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 AAiTOESfWAMRSHIP'OFTVNyFArtR-ONTHE^UNSHINECOA^T:  VolntoeiT~-Nor3fr  ^cw*-~g--^-WednesdayrJttiy ~Htim  Sechelt village  rs want zoning s  ask ministry to investigate council  A hastily-called meeting of 4a members  Association'                                   public hearing scheduled foi; today   .rezoning in the village are "mere legal  of the Sechelt Ratepayers Association village council until- the investigation is (Wednesday) in which rezoning matters ~ formalities".  Saturday unanimously adopted-a motion held, were to be discussed.        ..>,-���!   y   A total of 11 points in the letter take the  to ask the provincial ministry of Municipal        The action was precipitated by a * One of the points in a Ratepayers letter, !' village .council to task and Ratepayers  Affairs to hold a fuUJnfluiry into the ac- telephone campaign to members Friday to be sent by_ courier. tqjiepiity* minister �� were toask���Long this week for an audience  tions of Sechelt village council and to puta    after announcement early in the week of a   Bill Long, insists that public hearings on \ in Victoria to discuss the situation  i: "' The , letter, labelled "without  ���f prejudice", was to be sent to MLA Don  7 Lockstead, as well as to Sechelt council.  An observer at the meeting said the  ': request for the inquiry was based on too  many-Hhlftga-trelgarding-developers1  $5,000 for  it  Community-response-to-the-plan-fo;  sponsoring a group of Vietnamese  refugees here 6n~^e coast continues "to"  grow. Over $5,000 in pledges* have now  been received by the Sunshine Coast  ^?-  p^imittee assures these individuals^iat^ been donated; Thenost ofreglsterintrther  adioinistrative costs are, and will remain,    society with the government is Jj&2. Long  negligible: All wortrlnvolved ^caiTyliig���-:dlstanee- phone calls -to the /Federal^  ICon^fle^forTy^  Offers of free Accommodation, language  training, clothes and help, in orientation  have been made. As well, medical and  dental services for the refugees have been  assured.    One concern mat has been voiced by  some people is that a great deal of money  may be wasted on administrative costs  and not actually reach the refugees. The  out this project is being done on a voluntary basis. No salary costs are involved.  J3��ere_wil!_be no reutaLof_offlce_spacej>rL_  phones ��� all work being done out of  committee members homes. Typing  facilities  and  photocopying  privileges -  have been kindly donated.  _ The committee is in the process of  becoming a society for the purpose of  providing income tax deductions for  donations. Legal help in preparing the  necessary constitution and bylaws has  Department of Immigration have beenX  unavoidable but kept to a mlnrihnfa.   It is estimated that total administrative -[  costs for the entire project will/come to no i  more than 1,5 per cent of Ae monies I  received. Financial statements will bej  available monthly. /  If you would like to help in this endeavor, please indicate by filling in the >  coupon for refugee aid on page A-2. For ;  more information phone Susan Nichols,'-  885-9798, or Elaine Futterman, 885-2395.'  -requests forrezoning) happening too fast  without enough, consideration by council.  ..... SeriquJ om$^       contained in the   | \  letter, among meni one thlt "says council *"  decisions are made at coffee parties prior  to bringing mattera before members and  the public at council chambers. -  Other charges, in addition to those of  coffee party decisions and inadequate  public hearings, include:  1. Selling land as commercial before it  is rezoned.  3. Ignoring the Sechelt Vicinity Plan in  village rezoning (the SVP takes in the area  from Browning Road in the East to West  Sechelt)  'Y_(/  CAST OF COLORFUL characters  were around Saturday to let everyone  ��.V/����S%�� -if*  know of the fun and frolic coming up  at Roberts Creek Daze this weekend.  Volunteers to be focus  3. Construction starts by, developers in  advance of. rezoning approval from Victoria. (An example given of this to be  investigated is the start on ''site  preparation'* in Block 10)7'   '       '/  The Dazely News is out and you can  read all about how it came to be but you  can find out anyway if you're there in  person as the second annual community  self-celebration known as Roberts Creek  4rBjBUer^ertrareTniAone?ottations���Daze-1979^etis-undeF-way-Eriday-evening  By HELEN PARKER   -  II it ^weren't for volunteers; many  things would be left undone and many  persons would be left to fend for themselves. But Volunteers receive.little  Canadar Works   Program-and   the  provincial Youth.Employment Program  may change all this and'focus some  deserving attention oh volunteers.  Three Elphinstone Grade 1% students  !e  the ^uhslhrnefcoastis relatively  Two grants from the fetierli  JOWfl  '���"Young  fromYCW.  Karl Johnstone,  Tanks but no tanks!  John Buckeridge of Secret Cove Marina  woke up at 6 a.m. the Friday before the  July 1st long weekend to find that a "theft"  had occurred from his property. It left him  short of waterat hisbusiest time of year.  A theft in itself is not unusual, They  occurand areduly reported to RCMP who  release: them to the press Friday afternoons.   '  There was no release Friday; June 29  from the Sechelt Detachment about the  'mariha'Mtteft'*.,;":^"!"7";     ..--���:-������'-. ��;-r  Buckeridge had reported it. He called  the Times office. He learned it would  probably be reported, when it was mentioned in the police release the following  Friday. It was'nt mentioned then.  He7was.wondering. ;The press was  curious. 7 7i'i7.;  It was an unusual "theft."  ��� It weighed 10 tons and was made of  concrete.     . 77/ :',' ,7  It was big. It was two tanks that hold  1,000 gallons each.  . :,v  He uied them to hold his water supply.  ';'���:' {,-:���     -See Page A-3  Sea Cavalcade Queen contestants  ."�����^WIS��S��SSSS1SS��SS1SS��SMIIIII. .',"       '     ,.i     '    "'    ��I'IIIISSIIIIII|IS   S-S^^SMSSJ^SS^SSSSSSS^pl.J|SJgSSS��M  X,  MISS GIBSONS  REALTY  Carla Paetkau  Miss Gibsons Realty Carla Paetkau  was "kind of nervous" about entering the  Miss Sea Cavalcade competition because  of the reputation pageants such as this  havo gained.  However; her sponsor talked her into it,  she said, and she is enjoying the activities.  Carla, 17, recently graduated from  Elphinstone where she was student council  president.  Hor participation In basketball and  rugby aa well as cxtrA-currlculur swimming and soccer has encouraged her to  think about a career In recreation, but she  says a trip to Europe with a friend ta first  on the "agenda."-        7 --r "���""���  Born in Garden Bay, Carla has lived In  the area all her life, with tin exception of  about two years in California, She  presently lives In Selma Park and works1  f ulUiine at Ui�� S^hdt M��dio��l CUnlc.    About the MIjm, Sea Cavalcade competition, Carla says, she'll "meet a lot of  people, and learn a lot about fashion."  But she has entered the contest, she  said,, "mainly for a now experience."  Brian Wall are interviewing volunteers in _  as many fields as two months permit and  .hope to completeftwo slide presentations  and possibly a Super 8 movie.  ,    One^fthe^depresi?ntati(Hiswillbea  W? general Ibok^F^lunteW organizations!,  and the 'oth&r. will 'concentrate' on four7  volunteers. It will attempt to represent  various areas of the coast and .diftet-ent  age groups and follow the volunteer as he  goes about his routine.  The interviews with volunteers will  culminate in /written articles and. photos  for volunteer publicity.  The finished slide presentations will be  available for showing at the malls or at  local organizations! functions.  The second project, up-dating the  Community Services directory, is in the  hands of Patricia Lee, a local UBC  student, with a $1,500 grant for two  months. Lee's job is ta research the  community to leamof new organizations  and services available to Peninsula  residents and compile these _ with new  /information on current services. ���  Lee will organize this informatin into a  new directory and supervise its printing  and distribution.   ' .��� ' ,   " ,'  The present directory Is out of print and,  Lee would appreciate anyone connected  with a new service to contact her at 886-  0611 or 885-3821.  The grants to fund these projects were  applied for by the Sunshine Coast Community Services Society and are under the  supervision of Joanne Bushnell of the  Volunteer Bureau.  Shoal Lookout  a garbage dump  after pot party  A complaint that Shoal Lookout  "resembles a scenic garbage dump"  following a series of "all-night drinking  and pot parties" received the-attentlon of  Gibsons village council July 3.  Mr, J.D. Dickson wrote to council  concerning thla matter as well as the loss  of materials and vandalism ho and his wife  have encountered while building  a  residence there.  Council considered his requests that a  customed herself to flying with three trips   street light bo installed on the power pole  to* Hawaii. Right how, she i Ming from   in ftie centre of the Shoal Lookout tiir-  her jobs at Cactus Flower and Magic   haround to deter the parties and Increase  re land exchange:  5. Criticism that council seldom if ever  uses its power to wait 90 days on a request  from a developer for rezoning (and that  council ignores requests they wait for the  Community Plan to come back.from  Victoria' before going aheaVt' with  rezoning), .*     ... " V .  6. Possible outside influence by  developers.  _,7. Resignation of, former village  ' punnet Doug Roy ttfnd copy of hlsletter).'  '    8. Resignation of Aid. Larry Macr"  Donald as chairman of planning committee.  . 9.' Firing of former village clerk Tom  Wood.  The Ratepayers' inquiry motion comes  in the wake of another move by the group,  striking of a committee to find prospective  aldermanic and mayoral candidates for  the November election.       '������'<'  It is not known whether Mayor Harold  Nelson or Aid. Frode-Jorgensen and  Morgan Thompson will run for re-election.  ���See Page A-3  with the RC Ladies Softball team vs. CBC  Beachcombers crew softball game,at 6:45  followed by a disco Teen Dance at Roberts  Creek Hall from 7 to 11 p.m.  Saturday the Higgeldy Piggeldy  Parade gets ints antics and animation  under way at 10 a.m. from the Community  Hall and frolics down to Beach Avenue and  the all-day Daze Golf Tournament sets to  swinging up at the Country Club course.  It's home-built hot-rod race time at 11  a.m. when the intense rivalry of the Soap  Box Derby comes screaming down  -Wipeout-Hill-followed-at-11:30-bjMhe-  opening of the Crafts Fair, and the Canoe  Race south of the Creek mouth, face-  painting and cosmetics near the bridge,  games, food and Crown and Anchor get  under way.  Noon time sees the Legion open, kids  nail driving, toy boat races in the Creek  ���See Page A-3  1 X  St. Hilda's w$men  get service award  The Anglican*Church Women of>St.  Hilda's Church, Sechelt has been awarded  tiie USC ScroU of Honour in recognition of  outstanding contributions to the Unitarian  Service Committee of Canada, a voluntary, non-profit;' non-governmental  organization involved in���international  relief and development work.  The USC Board of Directors made the  award at their annual meeting on June 14,  1979, on the recommendation of the  Vancouver USC Branch.  For more than 10 years, the Anglican  Chuirch Women of St. Hilda's have continuously made contributions of clothing  and quilts, sending them to the Vancouver  Branch for packing and shipment to some  of the less developed  countries.  By Volunteer Fire Dept.  $80,000 fire doused at Port Mellon  Flames described as "spectacular" by  on-lookers resulted In approximately  $80,000 damage to fibreglass ventilation  ducting ui the bleach plant at Canadian  Forest Products pulp mill in Pt. Mellon  last Wednesday.  Vice-president of Canadian Forest  Products pulp division and general  manager of the pulp mill Bill Hughes said  approximately 100 to 150 feet of ducting  was damaged in the fire.  The fire started at about 1:30 p.m. after  a welder's spark ignited the fibreglass  while the employee was cutting structural  steel.  The four plant operators and six  mechanics in the plant at the time were  "quickly accounted for," Hughes said, and  the Port Mellon Volunteer Fire Dept. had  the fire under control within 30 minutes.  Temporary ducting would take about  three days to construct and eventually all  the ducting destroyed by fire will be  replaced, he said.  Until the ventilation ducting Is  replaced, only unbleached pulp will bo  produced.  MISS   CACTUS   FLOWER  Denise Lawson  equal full-time  Flower Denise  Two part-time Jobs  work for Miss Cactus  Lawson of Secholt.  This 17-year-old plans to become an  airline stewardess and has already ac  1 Mushroom for a trip to tho Bahamas at,  Christmas.  Denise says the Miss Sea Cavalcade  contest will give hor confidence to "talk In  front of people." The activities so far are  what she expected and entering a contest  like thla Is something; she has ."always  wanted to do, but never had the"chance."  Born in Pender Harbour, Denise has  lived in Sechelt all her Wo and "I would  never live anywhere else," she said.  . ,���!he,vthojLSM^  friendly and getting along well, she said.  Denise does not occupy her time only  with work, she enjoys swimming water-  skiing and horseback-riding.  I  security; a dead-end sign be placed at tho  entrance of Shoal Lookout and garbage  cans be. placed at the turnaround.  Aid. Lorraine Goddard said municipal  responsibility ends at the road allowance  and since It is private property In that  area, not a park, the village cannot place  garbage cans.  Council agreed that a dead-end sign  will be posted at the entrance of the eul de  sac and the possibility of a street light will  bo investigated.  'Htorothe^-eeuneil - newsrAWrLany  Trainor and Canada ��� Week committee  chairman Bill Edney were thanked along  with vlllago clerk Jack Copland for their  organization of the Canada Week  celebrations,  BOMBS AWAY, flour bombs that Is,   Elphinstone Aero Club's fly-in at the  almost over the heads of onlookers at   airport Saturday. Nobody hit the  target dead on but a good time was  had by flyers and visitors alike. ��:  '/        /   .'  Page A-3  ,       T^e Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 11,1#9  tfiWFf^Bkt it? ci  A tMjputh ttetonsktpwgftttifyum qf  o*0 titter rfyht tiui. me men prat '  ������Wnwran Chun Mt  PO BOX310 SECHELT Phone 885-3231  Robert tpob) Andre* - Edgar Hsrvte McCracten * .Manager  Helen Parker   Reporter/Photographer     Helen laUcer - Advertising Sales  Jennifer Hmde   Darkroom Technician.    Mary Puchalski   Advertising  Judy Fitrgecald    Office Manager  Now for the Whole truth  - 1   t f  Where:..  1UNCRV,  AND  .: wshawaver/ kbative Armas...;  A PODK m>?W WHAtt WHAT.. YflUWAVE  NftTHIN&Tfl FEAR BUT -^r FEAR ITSELF..  REMEMBER , fQgt AN01EARN  MAN  #4  A  Developments on the Cheekye-  Dunsmuir line decision continue  apace, the latest being that what was  thought to be an Environment and  Land Use Committee (ELUC) study  of the justification of the line based on  \  "VTpower needs is nofalitudy and" is"  not on that subject but on economic  aspects of the line in relation to in-'  virbnmentjal, impact.  ,; Minutes" of the  Madeira  Park,  protest meeting of March 31 indicate  that Bryan It Gates of ELUC 'advised thai an economist oh contract to,  the .ELUC secretariat is currently  investigating this subject."  The subject, contained, in a  question to Mr. Gates by Howie  WhiteofPender Harbour, isstatedas.  'justification for this particular  projectl!!   . We don't Iiketo~getpiclqrTlJuta4ot-  b? people were" led' to~believe- the-  econQmistwasjstudytog the.subject of.  justification. '.   ^     "  This-week"' we learn ~ that "the  economist, Marvin Schafer, has  submitted to the Environment  Minister on behalf of ELUC not a  study but a memorandum.  We learn that it is not on the  subject of justification but on the  subject of economic aspects in  Marvin sSchafer's memorandum.'  ; With the city dailies back in  operation,-We expect to be reading the  : contents of same at an early date.  ! But it is not, by any means, to be  . expected we'll'learn any more about  relation to environmental impact.  The memorandum is now in the  hands of Rafe Mair's ministry.  We haven't been able to get a look  at it. But a Vancouver Province  T-eirorteT-frSB-^^  that sounds very much like it could be  News Views  justiffcafioirOTTsTahTpower needs.  Not from ELUC anyway.   '  Justification for the line based on  - Island power needs would appear to  Mae. a-foregone conclusion by now.  SCRD Area F director David  Hunter has bought it He has written  to the'. Association of Vancouver  Island Municipalities who, by  resolution also bought it. They haye  sent out letters from the Town of  Comox, Village of Alert Bay, Powell  River,- and "the- Cowichan r Valley ���  Regional District'stating they have _  passed resolutions in support of the C-  JXline^Thefvelaought it.   . ;  - Soit looks like Hydro'iuloJng.;weIL  -their, job of. selling .the needs and  selling the solution ��� Hydroelectric  power by^fransmission across the"  Sechelt Peninsula.  The 'brown-out" shock appears to  be working for the Island.  Now perhaps we'll get the whole  truth.  Now maybe Hydro in all honesty  will tefl us if Area A dir. Joe Harrison  THAWS,..JOE!..  Naturalist's  comer...  By ALISON WATT,P&rk Naturalist  ���' It's midmorning on a July day: The sun  is climbing and the air is warm and still  over the stagnent brown water of the pond.  .The birds are silent yet a faint biizzing on  theair persists, fades, and grows closer. A  blue streak catches your eye and there is a  sound of thin wings brushing against  rushes. This scene, familiar to so many is  the stage on which the dragon and dam-  selflies perform, their summer dramas.  -In the varied .world of living things  there is nothing like a dragonfly. They  have been called snake doctors, horse  stingers, mosquito hawks and devil's  darning needles, though they haven't  really been known to sew up peoples' ears  as the last name implied in one of the  Imyths~aboulrdragonfliesr-Dragonflies~Jls"  REAVERS RIGHT  Bonner's visions of Island jobless  sniveling in dark are just-baloney  is right���, that the long range plan is  to sell Vl-produced nuclear power to  the Bonnieville grid in Washington  State via the C-D line, in order to pay  Hydro's debts.  Editor, The Times: ' live without them.  Further to your recent editorial on The facts are that any Island shortages  Hydro baloney, I note Hydro is cranking, are in the future and even then only peak-  up the rhetoric machine. Robert-Bonner is load shortages that can be covered by  pushing fear of economic disaster and small standby turbine plants like they do  trying to inflate public opinion on Van-    everywhere else. The fact is that a gas  T^ludingTof^cotffs'eT^  billion-dollar cost of the line itself.  couver Island. His visions of the jobless  shivering in the dark just do not square  with the facte.  The facts are that Hydro owes just  under 5 billion dollars on our behalf. To  4��yJtJbftck,j��eJ!aie^  Come on out and support  yo ur^ locMkpuMk bearing.  By HELEN PARKER  Those Sechelt residents with nothing to  do tonight could attend the public hearings  set for 7:30 p.m. at the Senior's Hall where  public opinions Will be heard on five  property rezonings and a few wording  amendments to existing bylaws.   -  No doubt everyone can find something  better to do, but it's not often Sechelt sees  this much action at once. It is possible  these hearings could generate a little  interest and a few quotable quotes as  council, residents, and developers, play  three-sided verbal ping pong.  Perhaps the most controversial will be  the Rockwood Lodge property rezoning.  From the first hint of Joseph Butorac's  Intentions to construct an apartment block,  on the property atthecorner pfShdrrtcliffe  across from the elementary school,.  various residents In that area haye. written I  letters voicing their objections. 7  Their objections concern the traffic  that will be added to the already-congested  corner at Highway 101 and Shorncliffe and'  the possible danger to pedestrians;. in  particular children walking to and from  ' the elementary and junior high schools.  School District No. 46 has already  registered its Objections by letter for the  same reasons.,    ! !       .������' ':,���'  A later concern with the rezoning js  access to,the property, considered ex?  tremely difficult hy some residents. In  fact, access may become the bane of  Butorac's existence, since as Helen Dawe  pointed out to council recently, his twOlots  on Boulevard on which he has requested a  rezoning to permit two duplexes, will be  accessible only by a lane once Teredo  Street becomes one-way.  A few of the rezonings are routine ��� a  matter of holding a public hearing because  it is required, not because anyone is expected to make an issue.  These include the one-acre portion on  Block Seven at Cowrie and Shorncliffe  from Residential I to Public Assembly and  lots 26-29 of Block G from Residential H to  Residential VI.  The one-acre will accomodate the  school ��� regional district ��� Sechelt  council joint-use facility including the  library. Lots 26-29 will accommodate an  adult-oriented apartment block.  I, don't think there will be much said,  maybe even nothing, on the rezoning pf a  block on Teredo Street from (^mmercial  7 H to Commercial I. in fact, it's said the  present cownerclal II zoning is more  advantageous to owner Vic Walters.  The rezqning of the remainder of Block  Seven from, Residential I to Commercial I  may spark some interest.  Projected for this property ls what has  been referred to,as "Hayden's (Killam)  baby,'! a multi-use mini village expected  to cpst $15.mMl6n over ,flye years and perk  lip the village coffers "tremendously.''  The^e hearings may not be the greatest  show on earth, but It is a chance for  residents to get out and learn something of  ; what's going on around them: without  cramming themselves into the tiny council  Chambers every week.  P.8, Pleasedon!t ohject to the Joint-use  facility property rezone, Plains Include a  roomy boardroom and maybe some new  7 chairs.  to the United States and ignore the environmental and health costs here at  home.  The export power will Come from the  High geyelstoke Dam, Peace River Site C,  Hat Creek Coal and three nuclear reactors  on Vancouver Island. Hydro's Vancouver  Island Power Study proposes six alternative timetables for nuclear reactors to  1996. The VI sites are preferred because  they have plenty of water for'cooling'end  they are close to the-border.  The Cheekye-Dunsmuir Transmission  Line will tie ihe Island to the Bonneville  power-grid of Washington, Idaho, Oregon  and part of Montana making BC a major  energy exporter. Present plans call for  extensive uranium mining to fuel these  plants. The sites have been chosen and all  that remains to be, done is to have Mr.  Bonner convince the public that we can't  pipeline will deliver the equivalent of  twice the energy at one-tenth the cost. The  fact is that coal, wood-waste from the  forest industry, and natural gas can  provide all the Island's energy for. the  foreseeable future.  A lot of us don't want a Vancouver  Island industrial energy park. Some of us  espouse "strident" and "blind" opposition  to nuclear power.  All of us want a development strategy  encompassing the environment and  human health as first priorities.  Yours truly  Joe Harrison  Regional Board Director  Sunshine Coast Regional District  the name we have_je����lg<| on for kinds that  hold their wings out flat, damselflies,for  the" more'delicate forms that ate able to  elevate their wings vertically. The name  snake doctor arose from a belief that  dragonflies warn snakes of approaching  danger. Another legend, on the Isle of  Wight,, has it that when boys go fishing  1 dragonflies will guide good boys to the pools  in which the fish are lying, but bad boys  are stung. Whether the first part is true  hainever been scientifically proven but  the legelMH&puUn a questionable light all  the same as dragonfuesjdjp not sting!  The term mosquito hawk seems to be  the most justified name for these  predatory uisects.���3]hLe.adult..dragonflies  prey on flying insects, including  mosquitos; their formidable larvae are  .equipped with an extendable lower Up  armed with hooks and will prey on  ���mosquito larvae.  Dragonflies and damselflies display a  fascinating variety of body colours and  their intricately netted wings may be clear  and irridescent, or variously banded with  brown, silver-white, bluish, or various  . shades or red or yellow. In many cases, as  in the birds, the males are much more  brightly coloured than the females and  these colours are associated with threat  display; dragonflies, like birds, maintain  territories.  No matter how thin' you slice it, Mr.  Bonner, your visions of disaster are  baloney. The truth is that the Island's  needs can be "met from alternate sources  at less cost.   _���   _  I agree that there are very fewsuitable  nuclear sites in B.C. Nuclear power  requires immense volumes of water for  cooling. This rules out inland locations  because the temperature- -increases in  rivers or lakes would destroy the, salmon  runs. (The metabolism of spawning  salmon is geared to water temperature. In  warm water they run out of fat before they  can spawn).  So I can understand why you need the  power lines, nuclear plants, and uranium  mines, Mr. Bonner. But I can't understand  why you don't just let us in on the great  scheme. Why bamboozle the public with  scare tactics?  Sea Cavalcade parade  Editor, TheTimes:        77 ���  7   Allow us, the Kinsmen Club of Gibsons'  and Sechelt, to pass onto your readers,  details of the upcoming Sea Cavalcade;.  Parade. :',-, ;���, ���"'���:.'{       \  '.. '���'  Once again, the Kulsmen Club proudly .  sponsors this event. This'.'������year we've  created nine categories for competition,  with tlu-ee' placings. in each category; lb  addition: there will7be a best overall  category. ,  . We invite all community associations,  all employers,, all clubSj groups, churches,  service organizations and all individuals:  to participate and help celebrate, Gibsons'  5<)th Birthday. We ask that your group fill  out an entry form (located elsewhere in  this paper) and return as soon as possible  in order that we may place the entries In a  suitable location within the parade.  As the categories have increased and  judging will be more, involved, we are  requesting: that entrants assemble at 8  a.m. Sat.i Augusts at the Sunnycrest Mall  for marshalling and judging: The parade  itself will/pommenceat 10a.m, sharpiand  prpceed .along  Highway. 101,  through  Lower Gibsons; along GdWer Paint Road  to; Dpuga}   Park   and .disband  along  Glassford, Road.  Participants ore  en?  'couroged either to utilize "50 Golden  Years''. theme or 1979 ^ Year Of the Child*'  'thejne.'^' .,;':.������   ,.':' ',"'��� '. ,���'������,    :' ,'.��� ���-7,,:  ���   Early indications shpw that this may  : well be the best parade ever and we lopk  forward to your involvement. Have a safp  ; and happy summer ahd WC'll see you all at  this year's Sea Cavalcade, August 3,4 and  5.  ,'      Yours in Kin  Halg Maxwell  Co-chairman, 886-2045  Published WedniiSclttys at Sechelt ���  on H.C;'s SimshiiKJ Coast  The I'ouiniiula Tlmcfi  lor Wpstpres Publications Ltd.  at Seehclt, B.C.     ,  Box'JlU-rSwiicll.BsC.  ,   VON MO   7  I'lionc 885-32.11  Olikc hours: 8:.1pn.m.  ; 10 iVp.m Tiies.-Snt.  Subscription Rates: On'advance)  I .ocal, !J7 per year. Huyond 35-nilles, $8  lJ.S.A,.,$i0, Overseas .UI I.  Cimlilhiihirs:  Div. 7, Sechell Ivlcniuntary  Mohcil I'oxall  Vein (ileshrecht  Dennis Gray  Maurice Henislrcel  Jennie Norton  Mimic Rcdimin  Bruce Koblnsoii  ,,-,   .,...,.......���,.Guy.J!iymltm4fc~.. -, --,-~  Marjon Al.sagejr  ''"KM Connor  Doris lulwiinlson  Mary Tlnklcy*Shnnnon  a  1  t  i��  Editor, The Times:  When my husband was sick a week or  sp back he said that only his faithful dog  "Dolly" was his friend. Dolly know he was  dying of cancer a week before he passed  away. She wouldn't leave his side nor  would she eat. She is stUl In a state of  shock.   . ,  Tho 160 peoplo wlio left their Jobs and  other duties to como to tho church to say  goodbyo proved that Alex was a very rich  man. Ho did have friends. In the .past  month he studied a.book called "Anyone  Can Make A Million" by Morton Shulman.  Ho thought ho was a terrible failure  because he wasn't rich., Wellr dear Alex,  you were so wrong. All those loving people  who came to saygoodbye told you that  money doesn't buy love.  Hla grandson, Davis aged six named  ���ftBTDflmilLtyTTlt^  rock with �� flmlling face and the Words *T  love you" on It.  Alex smiled when he saw It a few hours  before ho passed on.  son  , Our local Legion were great support,  They said tluit Alex w��is a faithful  husband, a lovlrig Wnd fothet, my very  best friend shows what kind pf man he  was. He had no enemies, even some of the  other bricklayers came to the service.  1 wish to thank the pastor for'his outstanding attention. He mentioned about  Slmpklns Road near the church and that In  order to have a road named after one he  has to have earned,respect. He also said  that Alex loved the mountains and wildlife.  He had been a mountaineer and  prospector In an earlier tlmo.  His best ambition was to live to be 100  but It is not how long you live but what you  do with that life.  Thank you, Ian, also,  Alex requested no flowers but my house  Is full of flowers.  morning on separate occasions. Now I  know what a "crisis line" moans. Thank  you my good friends.  I also thank my children. Without their  ���     p  help Alex couldn't have come home before  he died,  I also thank Dr. Burnick for everything.  Ho was so good and kind.  The stone house Alex built with lovo Is a  fireplaces he built in the 25 years on the  Peninsula and the fact that his customers  liked him and his work Is a tribute.  ,  I thank the man who came out of the  blue and helped the nurses make Alex  comfortable. Ho stayed for three hours. It  was a tough job but he liked Alex.  Also I thank the nurses. They were Just  bo wonderful,      ��� .....,,,..,,......v,.,..,./,,/..,...,,..  The contractor I thank who asked the  ferry people to falp rrie off with my Honda.  First trip to the city by car.  A thank you to our singing Wend,  Pfijtgy. Thank you brotborsio^w CUfk��,  J^piny hco^  Bill and Jack.  Most of all I am going to miss Alex. He  was my best friend.    .  Rosamund Slmpklns  Wants action  on Cooper's  Green  .Editor, The Times:  How many years and how many letters  of protest will it take before the scandal ofthe Cooper's Green situation is resolved?  Instead of matters improving, they get  Worse each summer.  Why are our local authorities so  reluctant to take action? There must be  answers to these questions.  Our family owns a summer residence  in the vicinity of the green and we plan to  retire there and becqme permanent  residents. However, who needs to be kept  awake until three in the morning by the  racket of partying campers? This Is the  pattern won most weekends. The camp:  , ground is packed With edge-toTedge camp  units, not only pri theproperty.owned;by  the Coppers but pin the public access  section which runs diagonally across the  green as well as oh the public waterfront  roadway. At five dollars per unit per day.  this is notbad pickings. Would we dare to,  charge people to use public property  adjacent.tQ'ust'^l/^^-'V-;^;^;/,':":.^ ;'-7-',;.'������.  On Sunday evening however,! I witnessed the most sickening sight of ail. .1,  refer, to the disgusting practice of fish  being cleaned on the beach; Even the  seagulls were not being allowed to help  clean up the mess as 0 group pf young  people wefrp having "Fun" throwing rocks  at the gulls and proudly cheering when  they hit one. ,        ���:,���,';���,',!'  In previous years We were able to take  walks along the beach from the waterfront  of the green via the Redrooffs Trail which,  has been for many a gazetted trail for  many years. This year however we find  that this walk has been made Impassable  by the construction of a new home on the  rock on the beach, thus closing up the trail.  We are being deprived of use of the  waterfront from all angles now and as  taxpayers demand that tjie closing of eyes  to blatant defiance of the law be ceased  and the matters in question rectified forthwith. *     >  .   M.McGuigan  The actual mating act of these insects  is one of the most bizarre performances to  be seen anywhere. The abdpmen of the  ���male terminates in a double set of  powerful clasping organs which are  designed for grasping the female's neck. If  the female is receptive she will allow a  male to clasp her neck and will loop Her  abdomen forward applying her genital  opening to the genital sac of the male,  which is located beneath some of his  forward segments.'They will Continue  flying in this position, called the wheel  position, since in fact the two form a loop.  This is not the end of the story as the  male will lo most cases continue to grasp  the female after mating and lead her to a  suitable spot for laying her eggs. They are  usually deposited in the stems of plants  below the surface of the water.  ,. ; One of the most amazing scenes in this  play is when the dragonfly emerges from  its larval skin; at the base of an aquatic  plant the winged creature climbs out of the  ] skin of its water dwelling larva. In the  warmth of the sun the crumpled pristine  wirigs expand and dry, the skin hardens  and the insect takes to the air.  . My talk on insects on Saturday night  will explain how the,dragonflies fit into the  Insect realm. Join me in my program this  week'. '���';;  Sat. (14th) 10 am Forest Walk - 8 pm  "Flights In Shining Armour, a talk on  ���:WsectS.��''���������:/  Sun. (15th) 16 am Spider Hunt for Kids ~ 8  pm "Light as a Feather, the Story of  Flight/'  Mort. (16th) 9 Meet at the marsh on Wharf  Rd across from Tyee Airways, (there's  lots happening there at this time of year).  ��� 2 pm "The Successful Story of the  Gravel Pit" (a walk)  Tues. (17th) 10 am A Beachcomb. (  Meet at the change house on tho Bench  for all events at Porpoise Bay Park. Bring  a chair to the talks.  Think of own family  in  Editor, The Times:  As residents of the Sunshine Coast we  are privileged to live In one of the most  beautif ulr serene areas In the world. Most  of us are very comfortable, having shelter,  food and readily available transportation,  Elsewhere in the world people are  living  In   conditions   we  can   hardly  tolerate ourselves, Perhaps the best way  to Imagine how devastated the Vietnamese refugees feel is to think of our own  families in such conditions.  We must put this into perspective when  we consider tho refugees and what wo can  do for them. After all, $5 per month Is the  equivalent of 6 cigarettes a day or ono  meatless meal per week.  Alternatively, frozen garden produce, a  quantity of firewood, or moral support in a  new community are all valuable con-  tribuUoni.  ��� .....-,..����� ,.,.-..,..... ,  ,,. ���fJtmay weU be sold that what we can do  Is only a drop in the bucket, but the bucket  will never be filled without the first few  drops.  BrlanJ.Myhlll-Jones  t  /���  ')  I f  ' \  Davis Bay may get  Concern that it would become just    a "maklne" or "Old English" atmosphere  anotherJipitstopL'7for7ieiry_traffie3JSing^ andlbesituated between~the7(Beach.Boy-,  the Peninsula highway did not stop the    drive-in and the Peninsula Market.  regional district board~recentiy_from Flett told directors at the regular board  approving in principle. & 60-seat neigh- meeting that the pub wouldn't be big  borhood pub in the Whitaker Block at enough to become a "pit stop" and would  Davis Bay. be there for people in the immediate  The pub, proposed by Paul Flett who    neighborhood to use.  resides in th&block, Al Abrahms, and        "We want a small local place for local  -Steven Villeneuve, would serve food, have    people,"- Flett said.  Wednesday, July 11,1979  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  He said they had taken a neighborhood  surveyand found only six opposed to the  1 pub oat of 42 people who responded to their  "inquiry. ~   Concern "was also expressed over  availability of parking and the fact that  the pub woild be on a main thoroughfare  where every vehicle travelling the  Peninsula must go by the door.  The. board is expected to draft up a  letter of approval but with no commitment  and Flett must now get site approval from  the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch  and the Department of Highways.  Decor and food themes for the pub are  to be decided upon by the people of the  ilsonJieekjieighborhoodJtt_the.projejCt_  goes as far as, a public hearing, Flett said.  Christian Science  f���"Many ereJheJiearts that are weary l<h���-  !   night...waiting for the dawn of peace." So  j   goes an old American wartime song.  ;       And many are the hearts that are  '   weary to-day from war or from the results  ;   of war. The sad plight of the Vietnam ;  refugees touches the hearts of us all. We '  are not helpless. We can pray, knowing the .  power of God's love.  As true to-day as they were then, ye  d the^e^woKlsconcerning JacoboTold. "He~~  found him in a desert land, and in the  waste howling wilderness; he led him  about, he Instructed him, he kept him as  the apple of his eye. As an eagle stirreth up  her nest, fluttereth over her young,,  spreadeth abroad her wings, taketh them, ;  tieoretlrthem "On'Ker'wmgsrSo thTLord  alone~did~lead him, and~there~was~nor-  ^wm^i^i^1 v.  stoange god with him." (Deut. 32 10-12)  MORE ABOUT  ��� Sechelt zoning  ��� From Page A-l  A Ratepayers spokesman said last  week they did not plan to fill nnnneil  positions only from the 200-member  Association but wanted to see a number of  candidates with definite priorities which  the public can accept or reject after some  thoughtr -   ~  Ratepayers'���spokesman-Ian-Hunter  your money's worth   _f__    _.._^h_.  _. .���������...  tEZ7 7Z._ 7_   explained that the letter is the culmination  PORT MELLON Volunteer Fire   the bleach plant, at the mill Wed-  Dept. put out this $80,000 fire in a half-   nesday. See story on front page,  hour last week when it broke out in  UKB/JQ ColorTrak  ���2&Lpicture tube  (63 cm diagonal  picture)  * ChannelLock electronic tuning  * Push-button keyboard channel  ������lector with L.E.D. display        :"oc/,>/ Qft>���  * RC A's aaWced XtendedLlfe chassis ����  * Automatic color control and fleshtone correction   '  * Super AccuFHter picture tube with tinted phosphors  * 6" (15,2 cm) oval duo-cone speaker  of concerns" being expressed among  village residents for some weeks about  village planning policies.  ���He indicated he thought people were'  generally becoming more vocal about  rezoning matters but said many were  discouraged at expressing themselves at  public hearings and later having their  opinions ignored by council.  "Hunter said- that' late Sunday tbe  Ratepayers group under legal guidance  was continuing to research evidence in  support of the concerns voiced in the letter  and mat the final document presented to:  the ministry would contain considerably  more details to substantiate each point.  ' .' "'.',' \' .'.   '    ��� ' : ''������ .���.".''''.���  MORE ABOUT. . .  MBflQ SelectaVision  Video Cassette Recorder  Model VDT350  * Four-hour   recording  capability  V Built-in  24  hour  elec  tronlc start/stop timer  * Electronic   VHF/UHF  tunlno  * Remote  pause   control  with 20-foot cord  V Electronic. prooram  indexlnp  '   Tape counter with   memory switch  $������ th�� b��tt of tolovlilon whon you want.  RCA SelectaVision can be hooked up to the antenna  terminals of any TV set, converting It Into a total home  entertainment system. It lets you record those not-to-  be-mlssed TV programs even when you're not around,  and play them back at your convenience. What's  more, the tapes are erasable so you can use them  ogoln ond crpaln without loss of recording qualify,  look at all the things you can do with SelectaVision.  * Record a program while you're asleep or away ���  with built-in 24 hour electronic timer.  * Produce your own TV shows at home with the  addition of a color or black-and-white camera.  * Have your home movies and color slides converted  to video cassettes and show them on your TV.  ELECTRONICS  885-2568  Radio Shack  mithortxttd Sotai C��nfr��  Cowrl*'3t.rSieh#lf  "W�� do all our Servicing on th�� P��nlmulo"  .  -all make* ft models*  -r-From Page A-l  and the start of a Backgammon Tournament at the bottom of Hall Road.  Events are rife all afternoon With  swimming races, greased pole, dunk tank,  and a 4:30 raffle draw at the wharf, not to  mention that everyone including Mad  Hatters is welcome at the Tea Party  behind the Post Office from 1:30 to 4 and.  baking goods are welcome and can be  offered by phoning Madeline Grose at 885-  9237.. ;   ,  Stompln' music by the Rainbow Riders  , will ring the rafters of the Community Hall  Saturday night from 9:30 to 1:30 with ?3.60  tickets (if you're luCky and there are any  left) at Seaview Market.  Sandcastle contests for kids and adults  are featured and it promises to be a  hilarious time with a Daze-end clean-up  meeting at the Elementary School field at  noon.  Satlstlcally there's only a 16 per cent  chance of rain so bring 84 per cent of your  sunshine and Come on down.  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� But no tanks  ��� From Page A-l  He had been using them for eight months.  Now they were gone.  "Stolen?" "Stolen 1"   Buckeridge Intends to press charges  against the "thieves" and ls leaving it to  the authorities.     , ���  But an intrepid Times reporter thinks  the tanks will not be recovered.  He thinks they are burled under  ground because he went to the wrong  marina trying to "uncovor" tho facts  behind the "theft."  The only facts he "uncovered",  hbwever, we*e that at the wrong marina a  rnaii In an office said no water tanks had  been "stolen" from there.  In fact, he said as ho pointed out tho  window at a backhoo sitting on sotno  freshly-replaced earth, a contractor just  burled two big septic tanks there.  Concrete tanks? Yep. About 10 ton?  Yep: Hold about 1,000 gallons each? About  that. -  Reporter leaves. Hmmm. 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Hospital Society meet Sept. 26  The annual meeting of the Hospital  Society will be held at 7:30 p.m. September  26 at the Senior Citizens Hall Sechelt.  , Annual reports may be obtained at the  door one half hour before commencement  of the meeting for those members who  have hot received them_by mail.  Members are being encouraged to  bring a prospective new member to this  meeting. Newcomers to the Sunshine  CdMt~afe~cordlally-tavited~to-attend.,   The health of the Society and the public  support of our only hospital depends upon  you. '  Memberships may be obtained at the  cashier's desk of St. Mary's Hospital. .  New members must hold memberships  30 days prior, to the Annual Meeting in  order to vote. Renewals of memberships  may be obtained at airy time prior to the  AnnualMeeting. "       .  More of Mrs. Whaites' Little-Ceramic  .Vases and Wee Animals .on our shelves -_-..  always popular with Visitors. ��� Miss  Bee's, Sechelt.-        -        ..  WE FOUND HAPPINESS AT  ROBERTS CREEK DAZE ....  ^P/togtoiwie,  i        '  FRIDAY, JULY 13  6:45 p.m.  ���Roberts Creek Ladies Softball team vs. CBC  Beachcombers,  elementary, school   field,   with  pop, eats and play-by-play broadcast.  7-11 p.m.  - Teen Dance, Roberts Creek Community Hall,  disco for ages 11 - 17, pop and tacos, 50 cents  admission at the door.  SATURDAY, JULY 14  9:30 a.m. - Bike'D  a.m.  loratiqn contest  *i.  Higgledy Piggledy Parade from the Community Hall down Hall Road to Beach Avenue.  Parade forming at 9:30 a.m.  Daze Golf Tournament, Sunshine Coast Golf  and Country Club, handicapped match continuing  all   day,  open   to   all   comers,   $2   entry^ fee  requested, prizes,  11 a.m.  Soap Box Derby, Hall Road and Beach Avenue,  intense competition In several categories down  Wlpebut Hill.  11:30 a.m.  Craft* Fair: pottery, jewellery, stained glass,  llnoprlnts,   drawings   and    paintings,   wall  hangings, and more; bottom hall Road.  Canoe Race, north of the Creek mouth.  Face painting & cosmetics, along the Creek  near the brtdgef^'v/'',-.  Kids games, along the Creek.  Food, bottom of Hall Road, Creek salad, BBQ,  salmon and/or cod, shlshkebob, candy floss, pop.  Bingo and Crown & Anchor, Hal! Road near the  bridge.' ��� ,  ������ Noon 7'        ,   ,  Legion open.      Kids nail driving.  Noon td .1 p.m.,7'. v/v;.';'  Toy boiat races, In the Creek near the bridge.  Noc��n tp 1 at��30, under 6; 12:30 -1, 6 -10.  Noon to 4t30 p.m.  Backgammon   Tournament,   bottom   of   Hall  Road.  ,1 p.m.  Swimming races, on the sandy beach south of  the wharf.  Greased Pole,.'north of the Creek mouth.  It30 - 4i00 p.m.   --...;:  TEA*-In the park, behind the Post Office.  ' 1:30 - 4 p.m. ..  Dunk Tank, Hall Road near the bridge.  4:30 p.m. Raffle Draw, at the wharf.  9:30 -1:30 a.m.  Daze Dance, at the Community Hall, musk by  Rainbow Riders, tickets $3.50 In advance at  Seaview Market.   , .  You'll find what you're looking for at  ���SMSSJ  stsii  i&UwiiHM  This year's Country Fair1 will be.in a  new location, oh the grounds of the Half-  .'moon Bay School. It will'be held on  , Saturday afternoon July 14 with .the  opening set for 12 noon but refreshments  will be available from 11 a.m.  The Fair has something to offer  ^everybody with contest, games ofcharice,  jbingo, races and sports for the children.  !There will be stalls of home baking, white  ���elephants, books and a Farmers' Market.  Donations are urgently needed for the  ~ used toy stall and. Maria Mahar" at" the  B.&J. Store will gladly accept contributions for the grocery hamper which is  -one of the prizes in-the-grand-raffle.  Donations will also be gratefully accepted  v for the baking stall, the Farmers' Market  . and the White Elephant stall. For pick-up,  please telephone Donna Perry at 885-3742  or leave your contributions at the post  office.  For the benefit of those who don't know  how to find the Halfmoon Bay School  people travelling from the Sechelt  direction should keep to Highway 101 (not  taking tire Redrooffs Road) and turn onto  routTCake Road, the first right hand turn  after the Halfmoon Inn. Those travelling  from the Pender Harbour direction take  the first left turn after passing the  Redrooffs Road at the Halfmoon Bay end.  45TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY  With a 45th wedding anniversary on  June 30, Norman and Roma Clark-were'  mostly in and out of the lake. Upon their  return to the Leuchte home at Welcome  Beach, she was joined by her two nieces,  Annemarie Hickey from Bellevue,  Washington and Susanne Bloivar from  Telegraph Creek with their families. This  gave Grandmother Leuchte the chance to  meet her new grandson, Raphael Bolivar.  Dr. Krebs will be flying back to Germany  tomorrow arid, with the return of the  Hickeys to Washington, the Leuchte home  will settle down to its normal calm. The  Bolivars will bespending the rest of their  summer vacation at their Welcome Beach  cottage.  - There have also been family reunions  at the Wickwire home with visits from  Bob's mother, Gladys Pickens and Jerrie-  Lou's niece, Tammy Wilson of Salem,  Oregon.  ATHLETIC PARK  Cliff Connor will welcome any offers of  help in the planning and preparation of the  athletic park. He needs planners who can  offer advice as regards the layout of the  park and others who can help with the  manual work. He would be grateful for  KOK, AAOORBY, KOWBLUK & CO.  CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS  JOHN VV. AAOORBY, C.G.A. Resident Partner  BUSINESS -885-3511 Residence -.885-2498  donations of money, the loan of equipment  and even old tires for burning. Anyone  willing to help in any way can telephone  Cliff at 485-9347  PENDER HARBOUR UONS CLUB  CASINO NIGHT  i SATURDAY, JULY 14,1979  ��� 7:30 PM. Till MIDNIGHT  ��� PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY HAUL  ��� $20000 CASH PRIZE  PRIZES AWARDED FOR .BEST  COSTUMES REPRESENTS RNERBOAT OR EARLY Ws.  COSTUMES WCLUDES STAFF AND PATRONS    Admission $2.00 per person  Hot Dogs & Refreshments  not exactly surprised to receive an invitation from'their son and daughter-in-  law, Larry and Margaret Clark of  Coquitlam, to have a celebration dinner  with them. What did surprise Norm and  Roma was to find themselves guests of  honour at an open house the following day,  with old friends turning up from as far off  as Naramata and Courtenay. From the  Sunshine Coast came their son, Glen  Clark, their grandchildren, Tina and Tony  Clark and their neighbours, Vince and  Mary Shannon. Their daughter-in-law,.  Margaret Clark, hosted the party with  delicious refreshments and a two tier  wedding cake.  FAR EAST TRIP  Alan and Marguerite Jacques recently  returned from a month's tour in the far  east, covering Japan, Hong Kong,  Thailand,- Singapore and the-Phillipine  Islands. The Jacques are enthusiastic  square dancers and are members of the  See-Saw Squares of Vancouver. Their tour  was organized and conducted by Jim  McPherson, a caller for the See-Saw  Squares, and most of the people in the, tour -  were square dancers, so they had*  requested that in each country they  visited, they should see some exhibitions  of native dancing.  Their first flight took them to Tokyo,  where they saw the Imperial Palace,  surrounded by a moat, and a number of  Buddhist and Shinto shrines. They  travelled to Kyoto by the Bullet Train  which afforded them wonderful views of  Fujiyama, the 12,000 ft. extinct volcano. In  Kyoto, they visited the Shogun Palace  where there is a squeaking floor known as  the Nightingale 'Floor. It was planned by  the architects so that the Shogun could  never be taken by surprise by any of his  foes. South of Kyoto they visited Nara, the  original capital of Japan with its brightly  coloured, shrines and temples and the  largest wooden Buddha in the world. They  Were not particularly Impressed with the  Japanese style of dancing.  From Osaka they flew to their next port  of call, Hong Kong. Here they rode by  funicular railway up the Peak which offered them wide views of Hong Kong  Harbour, Kowloon and the New  Territories. They descended to Hong Kong  by bus.  It seems that the American dollar can  7 be used as currency anywhere in the  world, but this cannot be said of the  Canadian dollar which even our American  cousins are sometimes loth to accept.  However, the Jacques found that In Hong  Kong their Canadian bills were accepted  without fuss or bother. They could pay for  their dinner with Canadian currency, with  only a few moments'' delay for the  checking of the exchange rates and the  making of correct change. , ,  Leaving Hong Kong, they flew to  Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, which  1, they found very hot. Attending a' Thai  dinner, they enjoyed the graceful  exhibition of the beautiful Thai dancers.  They saw temples with bamboo roofs and  many golden Buddhas. Singapore they  found to bo a beautiful clean city with neat  parks ablaze with shrubs and flowers and  Its fine, orchid gardens., On their  homeward trip they made stops at tho  Phillipine Islands and Honolulu.  Back at Redroofs, tho Jacques aro  preparing for their sixth annual square  dance picnic which wfll bo held this year  on Saturday, July 21. v  FAMILY REUNIONS  Dr. Annelicse Krebs of Dusseldorf,  Germany, Is spending her holiday visiting  her aunt, Thea .Leuchte, and her Canadian  cousins. She accompanied her aunts, Thea  and Gortrud Zetkln to tho Okanagan for a  vlsitwlth hor cousin, Nick Leubhte and his  family, and she had ihochance to Jiasklri  glorious wanjh sunshine. It was so warm  that the party spent all the time outdoors,  IGA SPECIALS & VALUES  TABLEKITE MEATS  Whole Frying b c Grc��n   AO,  Chicken ^'^t"tSo  Pork Shoulder        \u<_  Butt Steaks 83?����:*1  Wieners  Gainers  Reg. 1 lb. pkt.  lb.  Gainers Hickory House  vak  Sliced Side Bacon pacV  Cooked Meats iga sued  6 oz. mac. & cheese, mdck chicken,  pickle & plmiento, bologna ..;...���������. ..eo.'  19  59  GROCERY  PRODUCE  ..Green. ,���.... ..    .    Onion or Radishes     2ftc  2 bunches          mUmf  Cucumbers"'lon0En9lLh59c  Tomatoes �����?*���**    u.49  APPLE SAUCE u^  RED KIDNEY BEANS ^S/^001  2/$l����  $415  $|49  TOMATOES S*����"  IGA Instant  SKIM MILK POWDER����...  COFFEE MATE .'ST!0!  APPLE JUICE sr^wh"- ^ 79*  DRINK CRYSTALS^.,  $109  CANNED POP    5 /* 1!Jd.p..i,  IGA  CDAM1CTTI In Tomato & Cheese il/$l'  Or Aunt I 11 Sauce 14 ox. Of    A  00  FROZEN FOOD  Carnation  Hash Browns  2/99  Rhodes  Bread Dough  $149  SLoaves .....(.,.,,..,'.  SWEET MIXED PICKLES     AQ��  IGA 15o*. ���    VV  69"  89��f  89��  $169]  BREAD & BUTTER  PICKLES BV.:  IGA Individually Wrapped  CHEESE SLICESeo,   nurrcc ci lArcIGA Ml,d  UIILLOE. OLII/E.O Singles Ooz.  MARGARINE  3 lbs.  GARBAGE BAGS��� H^��au'U691  GARBAGE BAGS,���"-*'0��t89CI  GARBAGE BAGS ^chen  [white] 200"x2r. 12's   00  Come to uUadei/ta ��� <JA' ^Dea/tf  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park ���883-9100  "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES"  Prleej effective July 11- 14  SUNSHINE GM  ���U'.?i*��wW! Wf-^WWlWH msifffB^nrHf^^if ***��!��  WeYe Going FULL BLAST - Our New SERVICE DEPARTMENT & NEWPARTS DEPARTMENT  is NOW OPEN.   For Direct Parts 885-5433, For Service & everything else 835-5131  Wharf & Dolphin St., Sechelt MDL 5792  T  \ I���  Sechelt notes  Country Fair  by Peggy Connor 885-9347  , Halfmoon Bay'^ two community groups  (Recreation Commission and the Welcome  Beach Community Association) will hold  their combined annual Country fair on  July 14 starting at 12 noon, this year to be  held at the HaHmoon Bay School on Trout  Lake Road instead of on Redrooffs Road,  as in other years. - ".'-.,  The usual excellent - homemade  goodies, books, unusual findsat the White  Elephant booth, children's games.and  sports of the running ahd jumping kind for  the kids; hot dogs,-doughnuts, beverages -  hot in the cup, and lemonade by the glass  will be featured. >  -���In���volleyball,���Halfmoon���Bay-  Recreation has challenged the HMB Fire  Department with other games planned as  well, so make up a team of six players, and  get the jump on both teams.  ALEX SIMPKINS MOURNED  BY MANY  The friends that gathered at the Wilson  Creek Gospel Hall on Tuesday, July 3 were  only a small number of the many friends  that Alex Simpkins had made in his  lifetime.  parents at the age of three to Vancouver'  where except for a few years in California  he lived before coming up. to the Sunshine  Coast."1  He was an accountant in'Vancouver but  working inside was not for this man who  loved the mountains, lakes and great  outdoors. He built a few houses in the  Vancouver area then moved to the Sunshine Coast to ply the trade of bricklayer,  fireplace builder, and stone mason 24  years ago.  - Working with his hands-brought him-  great satisfaction and as the Baptist,  minister Fred Nepora said "He has  warmed- the- hearts of -many-as -his  fireplaces will continue to warm his  friends and customers, which to him were  one and the same.". v *  It was. a most outstanding servie and  the warmth and understanding of the  stature of this man Alex Simpkins was felt  strongly by the people gathered at the  church.  CARLETON SCHOOL TEACHER  A well-loved teacher of the first grade  at Carleton School in Vancouver's  Born in Regina, he moved wlflTBs   Collingwood district passed away this past  The Gieek runoff  DAZE CDlJNJDOvyN  ���   ���.  By Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  This is a week of frantic activity as  _0rganizers_land���their��� recruits ���scurry  around putting the finishing touches on.  preparations for Roberts Creek Daze this  weekend. Even with things planned well in  advance, there are a myriad of details to  will be hot dogs, pop, juice, corn on the  -cob, popcorn, candy-floss,-shish-kebabsr  Greek salad, and hopefully a fish barbecue. The soapbox derby will be run for  about an hour down the hill to the bridge at  the mouth of the Creek, Access to Beach  take care of at the4ast-miflute-^prizes-to���Avenue  strieted-and-moterists���smoothly^  week. Miss Rona McRae taught three and  four generations of families there, ft veas  her only school where she taught after'  starting at the early' age of 16 .and.  remained some 50 years. ���      .  ���  When she started it was just a little two-.  room school with a big stovfe where the  kidsvdrietf their mitts in the winter.;  . Services were held at the Memorial  Chapel in North Vancouver There are  many former students and fellow teachers  living in this area who -will fondly,  remember this great lady.  TIMES ADS WORK  The phone rang off the wall starting  within moments of when the Peninsula  Times came out last week. We put a few  articles in for sale and some were, gone  within the hour. The phone was still  ringing at the end of the week. So don't  hesitate if .you've got something to sell.  CaU .885-3231 or visit the office on the  Sunshine Coast highway.  DOMBROSKI-HORTON WEDDING  Karen Dombroski and Stephen Horton  were joined in Holy Wedlock at St. Hilda's  Church in Sechelt on Saturday, June 23 at  2:30 p.m.  The bride, beautiful in her wedding  dress ��� a Yofi Creation of off-white with  long billowy sleeves, lace neckline, full-'  length three-tiered skirt, graceful three-  quarter-length veil, was a vision of old-  world charm.  Maid-of honor was her sister Denise  - Dromboski^vho-wore���an���ankle-length-  dress in softly-printed blues.and greys.  The floral bouquet made up of yellow and  blue flowers.       -   ���      ���. - ^   The bridgegroom Stephen .Horton and-  hi^bwt manT Ron Johansen wore cocoa-  brown suits as did the ushers Donald  Dombroski and Grant Clayton,  ������ -Reverend N.J.-GodkUv performed the-  wedding ceremony, -with Mrs. Enid  Godkin on the organ.  Karen's friend Debbie Penzer played  her own accompaniment as she sang in a  -delightful-voice^-The-WeddingSong^and-  "Follow Me". Debbie is from Aldergrove,  living at present in Vancouver.  Janice Mullen as Mistress of Ceremony  did a fine job of keeping everything going  Wednesday, JiUy 11,1879  The Peninsula Times  Gibsons glimpses  Unique Yukon railway  fay Marlon A/sager, 886-2458  PageA-5  Larry and Agnes .Labonte thoroughly  enjoyed their vacation to the Yukon  Territory and their tour itinerary included  Whitehorse, Dawson City and sSkagway.  The train goes from Whitehorse along  the Gold Rush Trail of '98. The White Pass  and. Yukon route was organized in the  spring of 1898. By July1 a passenger train  was put into service and operated a  distance of four miles. This was the first  train to run in Alaska-and the farthest  north any railway had ever operated in  North America at that time. By February  1899 the track reached the head of Lake  Bennett in B.C."   ��� -    - - ���    - -  While the workers in the south hacked,  their way through the Chilcoot Pass,  construction started from, Whitehorse  towards Carcross. The two crews met at  Carcross in July 1900 where the golden  spike ceremony took place. The construction of the railroad was one of the  most difficult jobs ever engineered. It was  a thousand miles from the closest base of  supplies and communications between  Skagway-and Srattle~were_conflned"to_  mail carried by coastal steamships, which  operated an irregular service. There was  no heavy construction -equipment, -only-  - horses,- shovelsrblackpowder-and men-  against barriers of solid rock.  Today, the White Pass railway  provides year-round services for freight  . Queen contestants were on the Wharf'  sometime during the afternoon and they  -were wearing their banners designating  what organization or club they were  representing; *   " ��� ��� ���  These girls wili be participating in a  Fashion Show on Thursday, July 19 in the  Gibsons Legion Hall at 8 p.m. Tickets can  be obtained from Jennifer Thompson,  convenor or. T.J. Sound Shop in the Sunnycrest Mall.- '--:  - ���' .  HERE ANP THERE    ,  Lome -and Georgette Smith were  visiting their son Roy and Jennifer over  the long weekend. The Smiths reside.in  Kamloops^   .'  Paul and Gail Mulligan from  Whitehorse were ui Gibsons visiting their  respective families and their.many  friends:    - ��� - ���        t  Terry and Darlene Maxfield have  moved to Calgary. We wish them good  . luck in their new- residence.  BEER GARDEN, TOO  The Beer Garden went over well during  Dogfish Derby day ahd the Curling Club  Ladies did ah excellent job of catering the  food at this event with the proceeds to go  towards the purchase of the ice-machine.  Many thanks to Dierdre Pearson, convenor and all the ladies who helped during  the day.tcserve the food.  and passengers between Skagway and  Whitehorse.  FASTBALL  The Gibson Wanderers won their very  first���fastball game of -the-season-oiu  Wednesday against Cedars Inn at  Brothers Membrial Park. The Cedars Inn  team won first prize in a tournament in  Port Coquitlam over the July 1st weekend.  VIAL OF LIFE  be picked up, equipment to be moved, food  to be bought', signs to be^made, PARADE  entries to be created, and FISH to be  caught for the barbecue!  Last Wednesday there was a good,  are asked to use Cedar Grove Road for  that time period. -  GAMES, POLE CLIMB, SANDCASTLES  Games will include nail driving, bean  bag toss, crazy golf, hockey showdown,  JurnoutJfoiiihe^eetingJ^walkJhrou^  the site at the mouth of the Creek and  allocate locations to the various activities.  A clean-up of the site was scheduled for  Sunday and don't forget the Hall clean-up  tonight at 7pm.-   BEACHCOMBERS VS. CREEK LADIES  * The Daze will kick off with the "Beachcombers" game again this year. It drew a  terrific crowd  and spectators  forward to tb^efe^felt's<sfeffj^^45jatJ'  the School on Friday so get there earl  good seats. Food and refreshments will be  available so just bring.a blanket is you're  fussy about comfort.  TEEN DISCO  Also on Friday night is the Teen Disco  at the Community Hall from 7 to 11 pm.  It's for ages 11 to 17 and food will be served. The really young Travolta fans are  out of luck but that way they won't wear  themselves out for the next day's hectic  schedule.  PARADE  Saturday starts off with the Higgledy  Piggledy Parade at 10 a.m. down Hall  Road. Residents are reminded that the  Road will be closed off for about an hour at  that time. Entries are to marshall at the  Community Hall at 9:30 a.m.  BOOTHS, SOAPBOX DERBY  The rest of the booths and activities are  primed, to start immediately after the  parade finishes down by the Wharf. There  is the greased pole. The first to climb it  wins the money at the top. Overalls will be  supplied. Mixed pairs canoe races will be  held at the mouth of the Creek at 11:30. For  the kids there are toyboat races, swimming races, face-painting, and a sand-  castle building contest. There will also be  a sand sculpture contest for adults.  BACKGAMMON, FACE-PAINTING  For the less athletic there's the  v bacl^gammdn tournament and bingo. You  can sit down for a soothing cup of tea in the  park behind the Post Office from 1:30 until  4. A well-known cosmetician from Eaton's  will be on hand to give beauty tips and  advice when she isn't helping with the  kids' face-painting. There should be a good  selection of crafts and don't forget your  souvenir newspaper.  GOLF  If you have time for a round of golf at the  Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club on-  Saturday, you'll qualify to compete in the  Daze Golf Tournament. And you don't  have to have the best score of the day to  win���there are many good prizes for  hidden scores as well.  Something for everybody. There's a  good feeling about the Daze that you won't  want to miss. Check the Daze ad for the  schedule of activities and make a day of  it���starting at 10 am with the parade, until  about 5pm. And finish off by boogeying  into the wee hours at the Daze Dance at the  Hall on Saturday night. With luck there  might still be tickets available at Seaview  Market. But get them right away���there  won't be any at the door.  PLEASE, FISHERMEN!!!  Salmon or cod are desperately needed  for our barbecue. Any at all would be  greatly appreciated. Call Terrl Hanson,  885-5046.  Bruno and Kay Dombroski, parents of  -the bride, were down from Malibu; Kay's  mother Mrs. Florence Morris attended  : from West Vancouver*.  Parents of the groom, Stan and Irene  Horton and two sons from Port Coquitlam,  "^rou^"lTfar-travelIing guesfTTMrs. E.  Horton who at 86 flew out from Walsall,  England arriving the Thursday before the  big day to see her grandson wed. Then she  Jound, much to her surprise, someone who  came from her hometown���Sylvia Black-  well whose parents, Mrs. Horton said,  were the best bakers in England.  Karen's Uncle Abe made the toast to  the bride, and Steve toasted both parents.  During the serving of tea, sandwiches ,  and cakes, David Frontager played ahd  sang his own composition "You and I Are  Going to Make It Girl".  The beautiful and delicious wedding  cake was baked by Kay Dombroski and  decorated by Sylvia Blackwell.  The bride's going-away outfit was a  floral sun dress with a white eyelet jacket.  The couple left to honeymoon at Loon Lake  near Cache Creek.  They will take up residence at  Prespatou, a Mennonite community. 60  miles north of Fort St. John where they  each have a teaching position at the  school.  Other out of town guests were Grace  and Derek Morris, Jacquie and Ray  Woodward, Norma and Jim Hodgson,  Julia and Gill Moeki, Winnie and Rose  Hanbury, Dave and Mickle Basso, Dale  and Abe Dombroski, Tony and Pearl  Dombroski, Martina Zuidema.  The groom's out of towners were Mr.  and Mrs. Victor Hamblett with Brad and  Tracy from North Vancouver, from Port,  Coquitlam Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dzamka and  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bailey, from New  Westminster Mr. and Mrs. David Molrier  with Mrs. Molrier's parents from Aberdeen, Scotland, Mr. and Mrs, John An-  nand. Also from Port Coquitlam Jim  Colosimo and Sharon Mumby, and Donald  Watt of Calgary.  T5ERBY~SUCCESS^ ="  Everyone who participated, had a good  time during the Dogfish Derby and  congratulations go to the winner, Louie  Eckstein of Port Moody, and to Terry  Delong who won the trip to Hawaii for  - guessing 4hfr cfosest-to-the-number-of-  pounds caught that day, Karen Achter-  berg, Sea Cavalcade Queen contestant for  the Gibsons Chamber of Commerce, did a  good job during the prize presentations  plus looking-very attractive. Reigning  Queen Melanie Mahlman, introduced the  available Queen contestents who were  Gail Head, Miss Kiwanis, Darlene Duncan, Miss Legion, Maureen Forsyth, Miss  Gibsons Fire Dept., Karla Paetkau, Miss  Gibsons Realty. Melanie said that all the  RESIDENTS OF PENDER HARBOUR & EGMONT  TO REGISTER AND RECEIVE  YOUR VIAL OF LIFE  ��� PLEASE CAU:  ���  AREA  ��� MADEIRA PARK- LINDA CURTISS - 883-2456  ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA TO WOOD BAY  _._     JACK HEIDEMA - 883-9973 __���   ��� GARDEN BAY- DUTCH HADDON - 883-9196  ��� EGMONT - STAN SILVEY - 883-2272  SPONSORED BY THE P.H. LIONS, MADEIRA PARK  AMBULANCE  SERVICE AND FIREFIGHTERS, SENIOR CITIZEN'S GROUP.  ��� NO CHARGE TO LOCAL RESIDENTS ���  ^a^r  the said  * Quick Start In-Llrie Gun, Slotted Ma>k  * Automatic Fine Tuning  * Automatic Color Control  * VHF - UHF Tuners  * 2 Earphones Jacks  Reg. $575.00  At Kerns we don't have  give:.ovvays - we save  you Money Everyday.  Or as Low At $19.70 Per Month.  "The Spectrum"  20" -100% SOLID STATE COLOR T.V.  &���  UVic* AND LEARN���  YOU CAN DO IT WITH THE OPEN LEARNING INSTITUTE.  Established by the B.C. Government  Ministry of Education, the Open  Learning Institute offers fully-  accredited, programs for high school  completion; career, vocational and  tcchnicnl certification; and university  degree studies. Programs you complete on your own time, in your  own home.  All courses will bo offered each four  month semester, with registrations in  January, May and September.  SEPTEMBER 1979 COURSES  ADMN 4)0-Management and  ,   Motivation (6 credits)  ENGL 421-The 19th Century  British Novel  (6 credits)  JPS.YC   100 -Introductory  Psychology (6 credits)  OPEN  LEARNING  INSTITUTE  SCIE    010~Scicncc for Grade 10  completion  ENGL"1 010-English for Grade 10  completion  SOST   010-Canadian Studies for  Grade 10 completion  MATH 010-Mathematics for  Grade 10 completion  The January 1980 semester course  list will include the above and a wide  variety of new courses in all three  program areas.  Fees for all Open Learning Institute  courses will be comparable to those  of other institutions offering similar  courses.  HOW Til ENROL  ������.���,.������.,.. ���..���, ���,,.,.iui,,���������i�����!,.im.mwmmmmmiMmmnm,������!-'��� 'i���ii-  Any adult resident of KC. is eligible  for Open Learning Institute programs.  For registration and complete Information, contact;  Open Learning Institute  P 0 Box 94000  Richmond, B.C.V6Y 2 A2  or call us collect at  270-8021 HII 8 p.m.  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL!  As Well As All Makes & Models - T.V.'s, Stereo, etc.  Our Technician Has 14 Years Experience as a Factory  Authorized Service Man  The * PERFECT* SECOND T.V.  ��� For the Kids or the Cottage  UNBEATABLE LOW PRICE  on this  BRAND NEW 12  BLACK <k WHITE T.V.  '99.50  Or As Low as $5.54 per  month O.A.C.  '^One of the Prke Cutters"  :::3;woi^ ; ;   Q0CO710   Dlr��c* Un�� SfavUw Plae*,  000-7/04     922-2017 Olbidm .-���^  \  "V srmJl  June 30-JuIy 6  Lo  June30   10.5  Julyl..... 7.5  July 2 10.0  July3...; 8.0  July4 ,.12.0  July 5...1 13.5.  July,6... 12.0  Week's rainfall ��� 0.96 cm. July to date  ���0.46 cm. 1979 to date���49.08 cm.  July 30-July 6,1978���0.03 cm. July 1-6,  1978���nil; Jan.-July 6,1978- 66.73 cm.  Hi Prec.  cm  0.50  0.28  0.06  nil  trace  nil  0.12  19.0  15.0  13.5  18.5  17.5  22.0  22.0.  Pender Harbour happenings  Legion-Lions picnic  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  '<*"'  ^  &  ^  ���&����� &&  ^  BUCKLE UP  EVERY  BODY  Remember the fun many of you had at  the picnic.that the Legion arid the P.H.  lions club held last August? Well this year  it will be bigger and: better as both  organizations have already started the  ball rolling to make sure'both young and  old will.have a day packed with events  they can all enjoy.. Picnic takes place at  P.H. Lions Park and the gates open at 10  am on August 19. There have been revised  -priceson the.tickets. They.are now $1.50  for adults and 50 cents for children, with  sales starting on July 15 at Garden Bay,  Egmont, Madeira Park, names of merchants selling tickets will be listed next  _week.^  >   There will be some free, hot dogs and  pop for the kiddies, box lunches to be  auctioned off, and pop, hot dogs and ice,  cream for sale. Only those people living in  the Pender Harbour area and District to  Middle Point will be sold tickets, as this is  for the. Community. There will be horseshoe throwing competitions and even the  novice can enter this. Races, novelty  games, egg and cspoon races, sack race,  tug-o-yars .etc.  Mark the date on your calendar. If the  weather is not suitable for the above date  it will be held the following week7  LIONS CLUB CASINO NIGHT  Once again the Pender Harbour Lions  Club have come to the rescue of all those  who have gambling fever and are having  their Casino Night on July 14 at the  Madeira Park Community Hall at 7:30 pm.  There will.be many prizes and your $2  .admission.door ticket goes towards a  chance to win $200. Crown and Anchor,  Odd or Even, Black Jack, Dart Throws  and of course everyones. favourite, the  colour-blind mousies that wait to tease you  j?he_n7yiMEj:Wps_aHLdown.  they are freer for those taking .special  medication or have a serious medical  condition. Thereare 500 vials now and they  have the funds for 500 more. An  anonymous donation was given to Dr.  Estey. To register and receive your vial of  life please call Linda Curtis, 883-2456 for  the Madeira Park area, Jack Heidema���  883-9973 for the Francis Peninsula to Wood  Bay area, Dutch Haddon���883-9196 for  Garden Bay and Stan Silvey���883-2272 for  Egmont.  NEWS NOTES.  Bill Scoular is out of Hospital and  recuperating at his son Stanley's in Van.  Jean Donley is in Hosp. in Van. Doris  Pride is home recovering from an  emergency operation.  CONGRATULATIONS  Congratulations go to Albert and Helen  Edwardson on their Fortieth Wedding  Anniversary.  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  IWM  mmmmmmmm  Visions of Summer  Wednesday, July 11,1979  IMMM  SUMMER SALE  DRESSES, SHORTS, TOPS - 25% OFF  SHORT SLEEVED T-SHIRTS 20% OFF  SPORT SHORTS - 30% OFF  THE MUPPET SHOP  CHILDREN'S WEAR  "THE DOCK", SECHELT  CHIMNEY SWEEPING BUSINESS  WITH GREAT POTENTIAL  * Excellent Part-time Job  Makes $250" per Week.  * All Training & Equipment  Included  Call LEE-   883-2533 or 883-9171  Honky Tonk music will be playing to  add an atmosphere for the customers and  folks are reminded that there are costume  prizes for those dressed in the styles of.the  early 20's or riverboat days, even the gay  nineties and the gold rush days give one  lots of ideas for costumes.  EMERGENCY PROGRAM FOR PENDER HARBOUR  The P.H. Lions Club, Madeira Park  Ambulance Service and Firemen and the  ^.lir^hibT^Citoins^are-sponsoring-the  Vial of Life Program. The Vial of Life plan  involves the use of a form that carries all,  ~ ��� pertinentinedicaluiformatfirarwhich is,"inr  turn, placed in a vial* and taped or tied to  the underside of the top refrigerator shelf.  Persons responding to an emergency can  easily-find-the information and-gain a  much more complete understanding of the  victim's problems and medical  requirements. There are many applications to the program.  While it was developed originally to  assist senior citizens, it is of course open to  anyone who is interested in participating.  Naturally, persons with a medical  problem are the obvious first choice. This  irogFam-also4s^ually-valid-when-us���  by parents who wish to provide babysitters  with information about children-  information that might be vital in the  event of an emercency. Long distance  truck drivers have strapped vials to  "steering; "columrar to" BcMeve"-the~sanie--  purpose.  -The-potential-of-the -program_is .virtually unlimited. The vials are available  now as they were received last week and  MMMMNI  mm  MP  Frank: What's green, yellow,: orange, ahd  ���' brotyn?? -7;' 7 ;7  Fredildon't know. What1?  Frank: ..Neither, do I ,but It's crawling up your'  neck): .".' ';.,' ',��� '������'. ��� '���'"." ���;���;"���'", ������ .'���" ���, '������'., <  .'���. ���', ,' ' ��� .'����� * '*'.''.   ���    ,'  .    ���.���'���',.   7��� ,���'  Leah: Hi Joanne! We came to see you fri the.  ��� hospital! .;������..'.'  Kathy: What did the doctor say it was??  Joanne: His day off.  ���,���''��� ���,', ;''.���'.* * *       , ���   .      ,'' . ���       ��� . , ,  Mary: How do you sleep??  Spile: With my eyes closed. ;  Mary; How do you feel??  Susie: With my hands.  ���7'   ' ' ' ;    '���''��� " i '.'"*.*!*'!.' . ���.' 7    ' ���       '';���',  From Rachel Pln^kbeck  mmlmmmWmm^mmmmmmmmmtmmmmWmmmmmmm^^  THE SNAKE   ��� By Tim Higginbothem, Sechelt Elementary  A Long time ago their was an Indian. He lived on a peninsula  called Sechelt. His* name was Raven. He had a bird named  Eagle. One day Eagle was flying around and saw a long  monster swimming in a lake. The eagle went down to get  a better Ibbk/Butfthe long thing bit eagle with poisonous fangs.  Many moons later Raven found Eagle dead. The long thing was  sleeping nearby, it had blood all oyer it's teeth. Raven knew  the long thing had killed Eagle. Raven put a curse on the long  thing, and from then on it has slithered through the ground.  It is called Snake.  We want to  help you to  celebrate your  Wrthdajf!  To join our  Hey Kids  Birthday Club:  send your name  and one age to:  Box 310, Sechelt  w  mtemm-mtm  MOVING IN  Help the Bjowfi's rptive1  into their new house.  Unscramble the words  below to find their furniture.  PFR  PALM  HOCCU  ARCHI.  BELTA-  VOSTE .  -^-From Hannah Anthonyz  Here are two easy recipes for cool, summer drinks that might  quench your thlrsf on a hot day.  Grape Juice Crush  2 cups grape |uIce  1 cup orange juice  1/4 cup lemon juice  1/2 cup sugar  2 cups Ice water  1 quart chilled ginger ale  Mix In all ingredlants except the ginger ale. Add It |ust before  serving In glasses partly filled with cracked Ice. Makes 12 servings.  Cider Punch ,  2 cups orange1 |u|ce  1 cup lemoh |ulce  4 cups apple elder  1 cup, sifted confettloher's sugar  Combine |ulcm with sugar and stir really well. Pour over Ice cubes.  Makes 12 servings.   Answers to Moving In;,  BED CHAIR  LAMP TABLE  COUCH STOVE  mmmm  mmtmmmmm  RAIN -By Darren Kakutch, Sechelt Memeritary  When I'm watching the hockey game,  I look outside and it's pouring rain.  I couldn't go out in the rain,  so I stayed inside and ployed a game.  I just didn't know what game to play,  So I went to the barn and swept some hay.  Kurt Taylor of Quesnel sent us  this terrific picture.  Thanks Kurt!  *M0MPP  IP********  OPEN!  For Direct Parts 885-5433 CIlKlOlllklC f*_\_\ __        For Service & Everything else 885-5131  BUST;  wm  T  I -      *< J ^  j<�� ��jr*        .-    v# .  JUNSKW? COAST lions CluJ> past   administrator Nick Vucurevich, left,  r!tUons^ee^re^^eiitDaYe:Austin^nc|:  patient Muriel Gibsons: Unit wUl  speed recovery from soft-tissue injuries especially with athletes and the  . president J3obrPamey���, jrjTs~e&ts:  cheque for $2,501 to physiotherapist  Im Hunter for a pulsed Ultra^mnd  unit for St. Mary's Hospital with  $1 was coughed up by Gibsons lion  Don���An4ow_ wigsj^jelub   had  previously given a like $2,500 amount,  lions Clubs contributions to hospital  to date are estimated to be $30,000.  Minister urges removal  of torpedo pop bottles  Let's go boating  The days of war-surplus rafts .and  ,"njbber duckies" are long gone. Today's  inflatable boats are designed to play an  increasing rote in the boating activities of  Canadians from coast to coast..  They come in a w>de variety of sizes,  styles and colours ��� and the jterm "rubber  boat" no longer applies, as most are now  being made of assorted light but durable  fabrices that are more at,home under the  "synthetic".and "plastics" headings.  The big advantage of an inflatable boat,  of course, is that it is deflatablfe. When not  in use, it can be deflated and rolled up into  a rather compact size... easy to stow in  car trunks, in camper and mobile home  lockers, in odd spaces aboard larger boats,  and in the limited storage space, available  to apartment, condominium and mobile  home dwellers.  According to the experts at Allied  Boating Association of Canada, you can do  just .about anything you want to do on the  water in an inflatable hoat. They're widely  usedas tenders on large power and sailing  craft, but their versatility doesn't end  ��� there.  They are great for fishing, fishermen  tell us, because they are so stable and  .roomy and easy to manoeuvre into the  tight spots where the big ones lurk. Their  almost industmctability make them great  for running rapids and fast waters, and  scuba divers and'shorkellgrs, like them for  the ease in which they can get in and out.  Some inflatable boats have sail-rigging  ratfe'chnfents forsailin^biiffs^aTiyiiavfr  stem brackets for mounting outboard  motors and some even have bottom stiffened and can take larger outboard  ~Wot6rsrThese~getJon.up plane xuiickly-and  move fast enough on the water to provide  skiers with a thrilling run.  Readying an inflatable boat for use is a  relatively quick and-easy matter, thanks  to special pumps built for the Job. Some  are high-capacity foot-operated models.  Others run from car or camper batteries  and do the job effortlessly.  A big feature, of course, is that the  Wednesday, July 11,1979  i*.    *  The Peninsula Times  fr t���  ���  Page A-7  -*"i  i.   ��� ^     *     .   f> ___4  INFLATABLE BOATS are becoming water skiing, scuba diving and even  more popular because of their ver- sailing, their great advanatage is that  satilityr C)apatte~of"Wing_used as^they take up vefyTiffK space when  tenders for larger boats, fishing,   deflated.  " Consumer and Corporate Affairs.  Minister Jim Nielsen has urged B.C. soft'  drink retailers and bottlers to suspend  sales of any 1.5 litre bottles that appear  hazardous. _    '      '_  Nielsen said his ministry had been  informed that studies have shown that  some of the large size bottles, particularly  those of a torpedo shaped design, are  prone to break and may scatter glass for  up to 20 feet.  "Itwouldbe prudent to suspend sales of  such bottles pending action by the federal  government, which has the jurisdiction  and resonsibility in this area under the  Hazardous Products Act,*' Nielsen said.  He cautioned consumers to handle'and  store the bottles with care. Some designs  are prone to breakage if tipped on a level  surface. Reports that scratches on reused  bottles may lead to spontaneous shattering  are also under study by federal  authorities, Nielsen said. ^  Nielsen noted that the bottles are heavy'  and are particularly difficult for children  to handle without risk pf dropping the  bottles. Condensation oh cold'bottles adds  to the risk. i  ptice of inflatable boats is well within the  means of any family that wants to get on  the water. So go blow, yourself up a boat!  Comment by MLA Don Lockstead  BCRIC ha�� "deficiencies  The B.C. Resources Investment Corporation as it exists today contains some  glaring deficiencies. The NDP last week  offered concrete ammendments that  would realign BCRIC with the interests'of  British Columbians.  While Mr. Bennett Claims BCRIC gives  every British Columbian an opportunity to  participate in the future of B.C. he is obviously referring only to those with more  than 100 shares that are allowed to vote. In  reality this excludes the great majority of  British Columbians that simply cannot  daniadown  .,. nire, weioWless oomlorl .every day 6t the year i/ndon  Daniadown., Id��a,l lor.vacalionl' Danndownis available In  lunurlous down or nonallergenic'Dacron IUui( ih'ake \amM  vallergenic Dae  no use with aD  your bed in seconds.and iiso wiih a Daniadown washable sheet'  Ing cover, lira bright mix .match colour Conitct.us for a .colour  brochure and the name din dealer neat.yoii.-   , ���,,���  ���;  -   ���   ��� -   rr-r-    -. ���  ',$*�����'��� lyJ'  pcirtiqaovyn quiftsfto.  .,'���: /',.;,Vonpciiv��)f,'P,0,,\ ,��'.    '���  "Ovor to yoara pi Qgiillly. A Corvine"  SUNSHINEJNTERIORS  886-7411 or 186-8021    .  OUNDAyAJ^ItAn  afford the $600 it takes to purchase 100  shares. Clearly a more equitable  arrangement would be to allow all  shareholders of BCRIC a vote regardless  of the number of shares they own.  Similarly there is no reason why  BCRIC should evade accountability to its  shareholders -+ a requirement in law for  every other company, BCRIC must hold  an annual meeting to ensure that the  company directors are acting in the true  interests of tlie shareholders. It is still  unknown, to this day. what BCRIC  president David Helliwell is paid. Surely  the disclosure of salaries and  remunerations.of the directors is a most  (^krudimentary right of all shareholders, ,  BCRIC was made, possible by. some  very profitable , goverrunent purchases  .made by: the :N'pp: idI^|sh:ifttioJrt'.7Ti^;'���:,  . Social Credit cabinet however is hesitant  to acknowledge that both the private and  public sectors are required to guarantee:  BCRlC assets remain in the, hands, qf  BritishVColumblahs..To ensure )3.C.  control, no sale of BCRIC assets should be  undertaken without legislative approval  nor should thcrp be allowed foreign control  by proxy or any other manner.,  , If7BCRIC is,/ottering ai'g^nulne opportunity to Invest in BiiC/s future thOn the  share distribution should hot be limited to  this generation. ���! Is it Just' thaV British  Columbians bornafter JUne 15^ 4979 are-  not entitled to (he. same benefits as all  citizens of the province 'i- by mere virtue  of their blrthdate? Tbe gdycrtimenti has a ,  |��61 of two million free shares, and with ��  birth rate of approximately; 30,000 a yqa'r  there Is no reason Why future generations  should not also reap the benefits of B.C.  citizenship. ������'���.  7,Th<> epilogue of the 7N0P qm-r  mehdmeiith toBCRlC is a dpwnheartetiing-  one Indeed.,foot a single amendment was,  adopted ���despite the sincerity of tbe  proposals. While BCRIC remains in its  original form.lts deficiencies Intact, one.  really must question the wisdom and  foresight of, the government. '   ���  .j.  In SALE  & SERVICES        885-5500  'M\m_\  ���WE HAVE GAS &[  * RESTAURANT OPEN  TUE5pAY$-SUNpAY5  $MpR<MS.*pW>J tyl., SATs, $UN;    fi'^p ailWWn wndtr U _  |���,.: ?!^,gffiffiki^ ..;,;,..,: ...5!*?.  JULY 3 - 14th  ��� WHEEL BALANCING  ^r WHEEL  ALIGNMENTS  TRUCKS  yy'W^y;  ���.ttmt&i&toi?*' w-iM&w.'k  TIRE & SUSPENSION CEI  1 Mile West OF fiibsons  886-2700  !MJri����l^-A,li|��,��jS,|4'.; \   :  %  PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 11,1979  by Phyllis Dorst. 7  The Women's Aglow Fellowship met on  June 19th for our evening meeting at  Harmony Hall. It- was an enjoyable  .evening of fellowship and sharing.    ,\  Our guest speaker was Dianne  Brackett of Gibsons. What a pleasure to,  have Diane with us! She spoke to us about  how we should look on the positive side of  everything and keep our eyes focused on  Jesus. Another point she made was that we  should not be "Yo-Yo Christians- with  grasshopper minds". We thank the Lord  for having had the opportunity to hear  Oiane and we hope that she will be able to  ^joing us again soon.     " ~ ^ "T~  A number of the women at the meeting  had attended the W.A.F. Retreat in  Langley on the first two weekends of June.  It was a delight to have a few share some  of their experiences at the Retreat I am  ^ure~that���everyone -who���attendecHthe-  -Retreathwas blessed in some way,and-we.  Praise the Lord for the many blessings He  so willingly and graciously pours out upon  those who believe, and trust in Him.  We would like to extend a warm invitation to ladies of all ages to attend our  next meeting on .JULY 17 at 11:30 A.M. in  Harmony Hall, Gibsons. Lunch will be  provided at no charge. Our guest speaker  will be Dorothy -Dobson of Victoria. '  Dorothy and her .husband Rev. Bob;  Dobson are the BC area representatives  for the United Church Renewal Fellowship  She is also on the executive of her local  chapter of the W.A.F.  Come and bring a friend!  "The Lord Bless you and keep you:  - ' The Lord make his face to shine upon  you, and be gracious to you:  The Lord lift up His countenance upon  you, and give you peace".  Amen. Num.6:24-26  (chamber ol v^ommerce  NEW CAR DRAW  1st PRIZE - NEW 1979 CHEVROLET COMPACT  2nd PRIZE - TRIP TO RENO for two for 1 week  3rd PRIZE - CAR STEREO  Proceeds to be used for Chamber of  Commerce New Home plus to promote  business, etc. in the Sechelt area.  *������������������*���**���������*���*���  :draw on labour day;  Walk it to me!  'ml  Tickets  $5.00 each  Tickets available at  your local merchants  HORTICULTURE AND husbandry  make life: happy for the Nelsons on  Tyson Road with hothouse tomato  plants higher than_you canTeafch, tell  bean, vines over your head,,  vegetables and flowers everywhere,  three generations of goats, the  youngest only three weeks old; pigs,  chickens, and a wise-looking parrot  perched.in the kitchen. Jack was  eafly gas station owner in Sechelt and  atone time soldsdme700hamstersa  month to supply the Eastern  Seaboard.  Lome S. Miller is pleased to announce that Dudley Dahoo will be  running-the MILLER MARINE ELECTRONICS SALES &  SERVICE  DEPOT at GARDEN BAY MARINE SERVICES. This Shop i|,now open  to service the entire PENDEft HARBOUR & SECHELT^ AREAJnJ  Marine  Electronics  and  Marlnia   Electronics Wiring.  I "WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS  ���w. ,'iyyh^h'^^y^^y.^^^'    {^. '^a,h-^  PROBLEMS WITH  BOAT MOVING?  ��� WINDERS . FISH BOATS  ��� PLEASURE CRAFTS  We're fully  insured and  licensed  FINEST QUALITY  .V <=7V'.!! &&:�����,!���_'77  .      !  HaddockBoatMoving  PENDER HARBOUR  GARDENBAY  MARINE  SERVICES  l^LTa   .���-'���;  DEALERS FOR  ��� V0LV0/PENTA  ��� CHRYSLER  ��� HOURSTON  GLASCRAFT  ��� EZLOAD  ��� MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service - 7 days a week  ��� CERTIFIED MECHANICS 9RHB  ��� MARINE WAYS . BOAT     PPUES  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  ;  1766  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH HA Y near STANUiY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER "B.C." V6Q tWB  TELEPHONE (604) 602-1831  NEW PARTS DEPARTMENT  For DIRECT PARTS 885-5433     For SERVICE & Everything Else 885-5131  Wharf & Dolphin St., Sechelt MDL 5792  >..���'. t~. ��...,., news  7^'.'     <k'hh..'U    r'   7 ' . ' <n-     ' *<-       7  <  7; 7 It.was a quiet week for both Sechelt and  Gibsons RCMP. Gibsons RCMP say a f ive-  i^peed bicycle was found in the Veterans  flit: prfeft July S and maybe claimed from  the detachment.  ,  A gold and diamond ring valued at  $2,100  was  reported  stolen   from   a  , residence on Pine Rd. July 4. ^  - - An ornamental Chinese duck egg clay  pot containing an evergreen was reported  ; stolen July 3 from a yard at Hwy. 101 and'  7Sopmies  Rd.   It  was  valued  at   approximately $50,  Approximately $300 damage was  "caused when vandals punched holes in the  drywalling of a home under construction  : on Stevens Rd.rRoberts^CreekJuly_2._ _-...  A Pentax K2 was stolenJcom-Sun���-  ^^nyjo^sy^MulyTwlSSi the owner set it  down for a moment. The camera was  valued at $600.  An -older-style-boat -trailer���approximately 15 feet long was reported  stolen from Gower Point Rd. June 30.  A few windows were reported broken  \ July 6 by vandals at South Coast Ford  > Sales Ltd., Sechelt.  ?    An empty 45-galIon oak whiskey barrel  \ was reported stolen from the backyard of  a Sechelt residence July 5. Nothing was  reported missing in a break-in to a home  7 on Waldnic Rd., Halfmoon Bay July 3.  "Entry was made through a. bathroom  . window.  There was a report July 2 from Egmont  ��� Marina and Bathgate's Store that persons  were letting air out of tires. At the same  time, a battery was stolen from one of the  ^1^!===^���"  A window was reported smashed early  July 1 at the Family Mart. A McLary  electric stove was reported stolen from  Phil's Secondhand Store on Cowrie St.  June 29.  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Come on In and browse    ooo-oolo  mmm%%m*mmmm%mwmmm*mm)mamm  SEAMLESS GUTTERS  ^ 5 INCH CONTINUOUS GUTTER MANUFACTURED AT  -��� YOU1fHOWErB7��fJD^NAMELlNSlDE��^OTr7  ALUMINUM FACIA COVER & SOFFIT  VINYL  SIDING  ALUMINUM  roll up  AWNINGS  ALUMINUM  CANOPIES & CARPORTS  BAKED ENAMEL ON ALUMINUM POR MAINTENANCE FREE USE  BLOWN IN  WALLS  CEILINGS  EASILY INSTALLED IN NEW & EXISTING HOMES  ORNAMENTAL  IRON  RAILINGS  ALUMINUM  ANY SIZE  OR SHAPE  FIRESCREENS  FIREPLACE  ACCESSORIES  We install all our products  lUNSHINE,  3DUCTSo  Richard  Sasaratt  886-7411  or  886-8023  )527'Sarg*nt Rd.|  Gibsons  y    Hree tstimates      No Obligation  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  to leave The Peninsula  for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  II  111  886-9551  Seaview Rd., Gibsom  DAN DEVI4N, Director  P  mm.  SUNCOAST AGENCIES LTD,  (Formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies)  GENERAL INSURANCE  ���Residential ���Commercial  Mobile Homes  ���Travel & Medical  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ���Conveyancing ���Wills  _ ��� \i  ��� ARNE Ta PETTERSEN  ��� EILEEN IVINNE  ��� CHARLES ENGLISH  SUNCOAST AGENCIES LTD.  Sunnycrest Centre R.R. 2, Gibsons      886*8212  Infractions of fishing regulations  dominated a short court list last week in  Sechelt Provincial Court.  But, Judge J.S.P. Johnson said, there  _gppmpii to he a decrease this year Jn  charges against persons catching more"  than their limit of fish.  Melvin Jack Webber pleaded guilty to  catching and retaining more than the limit  of four salmon off Point Young, Lasqueti  Island and was fined $100.  Wes R. Soupley of Washington was  given a "nominal fine" of $5, Judge  Johnson said, because he accepted  Soupley's explanation he had been misled  by a custom's officer.  Soupley pleaded guilty to sport-fishing  from a vessel owned by a non-resident who  did not have a resident fishing licence.  Soupley said he asked the customs  officer if anything more than the paper he  was given was needed and the officer said  "no."  Failing to have a lifejacket for'each  person aboard a small vessel resulted in a  $50 fine for Paul Frederick Cooper.  Ronald W.Kushner, Bruce E. Silvey  and Michael H. Sorichta were each fined  ($25 for failing to carry their personal  fishing licences with them while fishing.  Martha Lee Seguln was given a one-  month suspended sentence after she  pleaded guilty to haying in her possession  an unregistered restricted weapon.  Judge Johnson also ordered the  weapon, a hand-gun, be confiscated and  destroyed. Sequin was ordered not to  possess a handgun for two years.  Judge Ian Walker sentenced Lloyd  Curtis Emerson to confinement In the  Lower Mainland Regional Correctional  Centre after he pleaded guilty to twp  counts of Impaired driving, one occurring  March 9 and tho other on June 13.  1 Emerson was sentenced to four months  on each count, to be served concurrently.  Judge Walker recommended Emerson  undergo alcoholic treatment while serving  his sentence.  Emerson was alqo given 18 months  supervised probation and advised hla  licence would be suspended for throe  months on the first count and at least six  months on tho second.  FULL SERVICE  OWNED  bars' own, building,  in Lower Gibsons, "Beachcomber Country".  The very Interesting Little Boqk entitled "piking Trails of the Sunshine  Coast" Is now avallablo here, A "must"  for all of us, ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  CREDIT UNION SHARES - $.100 each  5 Shares makes you a member  Eligible members' shares are life Insured on balances of $100.00 to  $2000.00 tub|ect to normal health conditions.  SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES  SPECIAL DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS 9H%  CHEQUING ACCOUNTS 7%  per annum  per annum  TERM DEPOSITS - 1 YEAR 10% to 103/4%  Phone for Information on minimum deposits.  per annum  LOANS  PERSONAL and CONSUMER. Rates from 12% per annum  Conventional mortgages at prime rates.  High ratio mortgages up to 95% of property value.  YOUR PEN TIME AD. DROP-OFF CENTRE IN GIBSONS  FREE SERVICE  TO OUR MEMBERS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:  ��� MONEY ORDERS ���TRAVELLERS CHEQUES  ��� CHEQUING ACCOUNTS - ui.l.mited cheques  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES  CREDIT UNION  Next to the Bus Depot, Gibsons  Ii  mmm  "****��,  nmmmmmmimmm  mm  m  "9"ho "tjMouoc ^at Sawiog cfiuflGfc"  Our NEW SERVICE DEPARTMENT & NEW PARTS DEPARTMENT IS NOW OPEN  For Direct Paris 885-8433 - For Service & Everthlng everything Else 885-5131  "We're Going Full Blast" Wharf & Dolphin St., Sechelt MDL 5792 f  885-3231  JPagi^J^Jliie,Eeniiisula Times  July 11,1979  ,   Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Wes.t(ires Publications Ltd.  ���    ;aiSecht?lf, B.C.-7  "   Established'1963  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885*3231 7  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam-, ������ Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that.'Four words per line.  Birth Notices. Coming Events  - - take recjuldr classified rates.' "  Ad-Brlofj,mu*t be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates: -  By Mail!..  Local Area-rT^r;..--���t-$^00 yr.-  Outslde Local Area $8.00 yr.  U.S.A. ......',......., $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  *-    Local Area .....' $6.00  Single Copies 20c ea  Work Wanted  For Rent  Real Estate  " -"7300 Copies "Distributed"  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion' $2.15  Three Insertions ...; $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)���rrrTTrTiOe  - - , Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers $.1.00 extra  Legal Or. Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types  of Concrete  work.  Breaking and hauling away of  oia    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  1 BDRM TRAILER for rent,  $185. W. Sechelt. 885-2671 or  8853079. 1371-tfn  MAPLE CRESCENT Apart*  ments. 1," 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  8333 or apply Apt. No 104-B. <  ,.'������ 4121-tfn  MOBILE HOME pads in West  Sechelt, 885-2671.     4962-tfn  2 HARDWORKING brothers,  - ��� aeet|-14~&n6"wiirdo" yard"  work, handyman jobs, etc.-  Separately or together in  Gibsons-Langdale area. 886-  7237. 1588-35  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30r  Sm, Wilson Creek Community  [all. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf :'��� .   *  - i-M.i-i i   i ������������i.i .  AIR SHOW Alberta '79,  Medicine Hat, August 4 and  5. Two ' different shows:  August 4 - WW II; August 5 -  jJets.^ Sir_Douglas Bader^ to_  open show. The" biggest Air  Show ever in Alberta.   1603-35  Birth Announcements  ������'. ,   c .        .       ���    KARL & Kristopher are  delighted to announce the  arrival of their new baby  sister Laureina Ruby Anne  May born May 29, 1979,  weighing 7 lbs. 14 oz. Happy  Personal  PINE MUSHROOM Ar-  millaria Ponderosa,. We  want to buy a large volume.  You can earn hundreds of  dollars daily picking.  Reputable business people  required to" buying and  shipping.^ No investment  required. Please write:  Kaiser Imports, MPO No.  _4315,__Vancouver, B.C. V6B.  3Z7. . 1553-35  DISCERNING ADULTS. Shop  discreetly, send $5 for our  latest catalogues of marital  aids, lingerie, housewares and  jewellery. Direct Action  Marketing Inc., Dept. Y.K.,  Box 3268, Vancouver, B.C.  V6B3X9. 1598-36  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  �� 5 years on the coast  '    885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  PIANO  TUNER,   1st   class  Steinway technician just  arrived  from  Europe.  886-  7792. 1537-34 **  Help Wanted  Jtenting^  ~ .���Ono bedroom  apartments  * Balconies  * Colored' Appliances  * View  * Wa IL_tq .wa I l_ca rp_et_  * Drapes.  * Intercom  * Controlled Entrance  * Cablevision  Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  BEAUTIFUL Historic Twelve  Room, two storey home on  large lot. Five bdrms, two  baths, lovely family home.  Also has many' other  possibilities. Price $52,000.  Write Box 150, Hedley, B.C.  VOX 1K0. Ph. 292-8248.  1484-33  W-F LOG Cabin^atsouth end'  of Sakinaw Lake. Road  access, floats, boathouse. Call  G. Chappell, 298-8489,420-3113.  1532-34  Business Opportunities  rents-Bre-���harles-��Hbinda���NEED A Divorce or Legal  CAMP RANGER req.'d for  youth camp on Sunshine  Coast - single or couple. Applicants should be interested  in outdoors, handy with tools,  and' enjoy working with  people. Housing and utilities  provided. Send complete  resume and salary  requirements to Box 310 H,  Sechelt. 1474-34  - VIEW APTS: forReritT^asy "  access, close to schools and  shopping in Gibsons. Call 886-  2417,886-7243. 1531-tfh  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 ,  -parents are unaries & Linaa  Nichols, Pender Harbour,  grandparents Louis E.  Nichols, Pender Harbour, Mr.  & Mrs. Wm. H. Harding,  Nelson Island. 15667-33  Obituary  GOOD-FAMILY BUSINESS.  Grocery Store in Northern  Alberta farming community.  Over $800,000 turnover 1978.  River Bend Agencies Ltd.,  Realty Dept., Athabasca, Box  1410. Phone 675-2697.    1604-33  EAST KOOTENAYS, B.C. A  thriving., busy little  restaurant which will show a  net profit of, approximately  $50,000 for family operation.  Lease available. Complete  details at our; office. Hotel  operation: Excellent money-  making hotel with full bar  facilities. 20 rooms, several  rental areas plus adequate  area for expansion. A growing  profitable business. Priced to  sell at $1,200;000. Details at  bur office. Allen Agencies  Ltd., Box 1899, Fernie, B.C.  V0B 1M0. Phone 4234628,  evenings 423-7494.        1595-33  RENT-LEASE fully equipped  Barber Shop with adjoining  living accommodation. Opportunity for apprentice  barber; proven traffic area.  -$350 per month���including-  Cars and Trucks  '77 DATSUN 280Z, air cond.,  am-fm radio, reclining  bucket seats, 6 steel belted  radials. 28,000 mi. exc. cond:  886-9047.   . 1134-tfn  '67 DODGE Dart convertible;  '73.Vega. Corner of Trail.&  .Spindrift .(across from Art  Centre):         1431^3  '73 AUSTIN Mini. 4 spd, some  body work needed. Exc. gas  mileage. 886-9862 eves. 1438-33  '73 CHEV % ton, auto, new  ���trans;, - power brakes~etcr  Exc. running order. $2500.886-  2808  -aft.    6    weekdays,  weekends anytime.      1443-33  ���70 FORD % Ton 4x4. Good  mechanical cond., $2,450  obo. 883-9284. 1500-34  '74 GMC VAN, V-6, carpets,  sunroof, bed, radials, am-  fm cassette. Offers to $2,900.  885-5779 aft. 6. 1502-34  ���70 TORINO 302 eng. Four-  door, very nice cond.,, no  rust, new heavy-duty shocks,  new tires, 8-track, CB and  radio. 886-7094-35.        1558-35  '65 FORD 800 Tandem. 8500  mi. New motor, good tires.  -461-6184,  -1560-35-  '67BUICKSkylark. Ps, pb, 355  4 barrel, $475. Lee, 883-9171.  1576-tfn  '73 PONTIAC Astra sta. wgn.  46,000 mil. St., $900 obo. 885-  3143. 1583-35  Boats and Engines  Lost  For Sale  BLK & WHT kitten, Selma  park. 8 wks. Brother left at  home is lonely. 885-9558. aft. 4  p.m. 1584-33   s   MAN'S  SIGNET   ring   w-  family crest. Lost Porpoise  Bay or Mason Rd. Reward.1  886-7186. 1587-35  Pets  2 BABY PIGEONS. Free to  good home. 885-2657. 1572-33  COBRA ROCK drill, 3 drills,  chisel, post hole digger,  $600; Vaughn drag saw, mint  cond, 2 blades, offers? 2 Stihl  chainsaws, 041 and 051 $275  ea; Tommy Moore block, $25;  boom auger, drills 5', has 8 HP  Wisconsin, $300; set of  fairleads for winch, $50. 885-  3429.        1415-33  8x4  POOL  TABLE,  2  sets  balls, scoreboard & cues.  Good cond. $175.886-9579.1425-  33  PUREBRED S prin g e l  Spaniel puppies, 1 female &  3 males. Liver and white.  Males, $150, female $185.  Ready now. 883-9392.    1562-33  FEMALE    KITTEN    and  female cat to give away.  885-5635. 1542-33  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. CaU Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  THOROBRED     gelding,  registered, beautiful, well-  trained, gentle, $350 to good  home. 885-9285.        .   1561-35  5 YR. OLD Toggenberg stud   buck-Hercules, $50 obo-886-  7186. 1586-35  Wanted to Buy  18" SHINGLE or 24" shake  blocks to purchase on a 50-50  cutout basis. Contact Cornie,  885-9417after 4:30p.m.; Fred,  886-2284, 9-4. Timber marks  required. Cornel Sawmills.  Wilson Creek. 1101-tf  TRUCKS  1970 FORD XLT  V/B auto with sportsman  canopy.  Transmission copier,  trailer towing packages;  new tires; no body  damage.  Clean  $3,295 O.B.O.  SECHELT R.V. SALES  885-5522      LTD-  M.P.L. 6266  SEMI-PRECIOUS gemstone.  885-9854. 1543-35  SINGLE SEALY  Posture-  pedic mattress, box spring  & padded headboard, $757 885-  2605. 1546-35  2 ROOM TENT. 12'xl3%'  offers to $200. Also inflatable 11' x 5' dinghy w-oars  & elec. pump (clips to any 12,  volt battery) $175. Ph. 885-  5020. 1547-35  Separation? For information on fast, inexpensive, lawyer-designed  services, contact Vancouver  Divorce Service, No. 8, 1734  West Broadway, B.C. V6J  1Y1. Telephone 736-2684. 1518-  15  EXPERIENCED     PERSON  wanted   in   automotive,  mechanical repair. 886-7919.  1476-34  DRY   KILN   OPERATOR:  _F_ully experienced  SIMPKINS: Alex Roy, in his  69th year, June 30, 1979.  Survived by his loving wife  Rosamund, seven grandchildren, seven and one-half  grandchildren. 1563-33  BEGG, Henry Kelly: Passed  away peacefully June 30 in  his 95th year in North Vancouver, B.C. Long-time  resident of Davis ^Bay. Survived by his three sons George  K.H., North Vancouver, B.C.,  Thomas H. and William A.,  Vancouver, B.C.; three stepdaughters Mrs. H. Gibbons,  Sechelt, Mrs. J. Walker,  Vancouver, B.C., Mrs. B.  Feedham, Surrey, B.C.; one  stepson Mr. A. Ludlow,  Williams Lake, B.C.; eight  grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. The deceased  was a veteran of the Boer War  and World War I, serving in  the 102nd Western Irish.  Funeral arrangements by  Mount Pleasant Funeral  Chapel Service, 2 p.m. July 4.  Interment at Forest Lawn. In  lieu of flowers, donations to  the Cancer Society and the  Heart Fund. 1544-33  Card of Thanks  LINDA & baby Laureina  Nichols would like to thank  Dr. Myhill-Jones & Dr.  Burtnick, the nurses and staff  of St. Mary's Hospital for  being so good to us during our  stay. 1568-33  SENIOR PERSON who wants  to share permanently  waterfront home. Have sufficient privacy - but not lonely.  Box 310 M, Sechelt.       1210-tf  GUITAR   &  Music   Theory  lessons.   Jazz,   improv;  reading, writing, all styles.  Beg.-Adv-Budge, 885-9285. -.  1528-tfn  Wanted  WANTED  HALF-SHARE IN C-l 80  OR C-l 85 ON  FLOATS. PENDER  HAR^OAJR        aR-  HALFMOON  AREA.  BAY  GALL 885-2232  operatore-required to operate  3 new double Moore gas kilns.  Reply' directly to: A.  Kovlaske, Mainland Sawmills  Ltd., 8708 Yukon St., Vancouver V5X 2Y9. Phone 327-  6344. 1591-34  CIRCULAW SAW Filer: Fully  experienced Circular Saw  Filer  required.  Apply   in  Kerson or in writing to:  lainland Sawmills Ltd., 8708  Yukon St., Vancouver V5X  2Y9. 1592-34  MILLWRIGHT: Fully experienced Millwright  required. Apply in person or in  writing to: Mainland  Sawmills Ltd. 8708 Yukon St.,  Vancouver V5X2Y9.    1593-34  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:   '���  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for Itself"  ph.'885-2109  3283-tf  I  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your nil In lha squnrti,, Oa sum lo lonvo a blank ipum nfloi ooch  ward,  Throo lines It t2,l5, tart nHdlllonnl Una l��AOc,  Tok�� advnnlogsi ol our sp��clol saving". '  * Run your arl twlc. - the third llm�� Is FREE,  * l( you pay lor y ir ad tho Saturday bolor* publication you flat a  discount - - 2 St lor I Insertion   ������ SOc lor 3.  Moll us your ad, or drop II ofli  In Socholt at Iho Ponlnsulo Tlmos Olllco  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  CLASSIFICATION  T-.W  15  '2  60��  60c  60*  Nam*    .  Addross  ���������faMVCailt""  "TifWoTT":*' 7"7"������*���������������-  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  SAWYER: Experienced  Sawyer required. Apply in  person or in writing to:  Mainland Sawmills Ltd., 8708  Yukon St., Vancouver V5X.  2Y9. 1594-34  GENERAL DUTY RN with  one year's experience,  including obstetrics. Salary,  benefits as per RNABC  contract? Starts August 27.  Small hospital in scenic West  Kootenays. Apply Slocan  Community Hospital, Box 129,  New Denver, B.C. V0G ISO.  1596-33  EXPERIENCED   full-time  Waitress.   Call  The  Parthenon, 885-9769 or 885-3815.  1608-33  WANTED' IMMEDIATELY:  Jr. reporter for Fraser  Valley community  newspaper. Ph. 534-4151 or  write to either 20494 Fraser  Highway or Box 310, Langley,  B.C.V3A4R6. 1456-33  HOUSEPARENTS  REQUIRED to live-In and  operate' residence for six  mentally retarded adults.  Contact Beehive Workshop,  Box 1550, Drayton Valley,  Alta. TOE 0M0. Ph. (403) 542-  3113. ,1516-33  SUNSHINE COAST Figure  Skating Club (situated on  tho Sechelt Peninsula).  Requires: Professionals for  the 79-80 season for NST  lessons and opportunity to  freelance with minimum 5th  figure and Jr, Sliver Dance  preferred. Membership: 150  (all levels), Approx. 12 hours  per week. All applications will  be considered. Current proa  encouraged to apply. Reply:  Stating qUflllflCflUons,  references, experience,  remuneration expected and  telephone number to: Sunshine Coast Figure Skating  Club, Box 1316, Secholt, B.C.  V0N3A0. 1  1530-34  2 OR 3 BDRM house between  Wilson   Creek   &   West  Sechelt. 885-4)050, 1410-33  For Rent   SECLUDED waterfront accommodation for mo.  of  August.     Rofa,     Gordon  AgeticlOT*tMzrWl��Wto7~fNtotr'  .Mm^^��� ,-...,,....-1463-38.,  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Mubol Dooloy at 885-  9804. 3601-tf  LARGE     APARTMENT,  partly furn'd, adults only.  $300 per mo. Contact 886-8365..,  1436-33"  SMALL TRAILER, set up on  lot, complete $175.885-9255.  1440-33  NEW 3 BR custom built home.  Family room, 2 sundecks,  hge view lot. Double carport.  461-6184. 1555-33  AVAIL.   IMMED.   unfurn.  bachelor suite. 1 BR avail.  in Aug. Central Gibsons. 886-  9336,886-2597. .   1580-35  Real Estate  $41,500 -OCEAN VIEW  6 yr old 3 BR Gothic design,  landscaped lot, nice view of  Trail Islands.  Ph. Ross Gamble  112-274-6017  United Realty, 736-3831  or 885-2047  ~~7~~~~:   :���;���' ~I24Ftf  2  BDRM  modular   home,  appliances & improvements  w-vlew of water, on leased lot.  $22,000,885-3947. 1446-33  utilities.   Box  970,   Lillooet,  B.C. VOK 1V0. Phone 256-4621.  1600-33  FOR SALE or Lease.  Profitable Printing business  and well established weekly  newspaper near Kamloops.  Box 281, Barriere, B.C. VOE  1E0. 1602-33  Excellent opportunity  for ambitious person  to turn a good  paying, part time job ,,  into a full time t  business. Call LEE,  883-2533 or 883-  9171.  12'   BOAT   w-trailer,   '78  Johnson 20 hp w-full controls, exc. cond. 885-9692. 1420-  33  14% BOAT FG over ply, 50 hp  Evinrude, Road Runner  trlr, ready to go fishing. All  redone this spring, $900 obo.  886-9579. 1426-33  27' SLOOP built by Sea-Air,  Bob Harris design. F-G hull,  fibreglass, teak deck & plenty  of teak throughout. Offshore  rigged in stainless. Sleeps 6.  Diesel aux. & stove. Moored  Jolly Roger's, $21,900. 885-  9457,885-2973. 1569-33  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock  or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  FRAME FOR youth bed to fit  mattress 33"x66".  886-  7336.  1582-33  24"- CEDAR  resaw. shake  blocks. Purchase on 50-50  cutout basis. 885-9494 or 885-  2581. Timber marks req'd.  1409-36  USED BATTERIES. Will pay  $2 & up. 883-9375.       1505-34  h  21' FIBREFORM "Continental" 327 Mercuriser IO,  trim tabs, new top,' $7,000 obo.  Gov't. Wharf, .Sechelt or 251-  2521. 1573-33  16' K&C w-70 Johnson OB, Full  canvas top, 2 gas tanks.  For Sale  SMALL, profitable Stationery   rfnS^5o\^V^&*rw{  and Offirp Rhiiinmpnf anH     docking lights & Wipers. Good  ana umce_ equipment ana;   cond ^ flsldng ^^ gg^g  FurniLurfi_^or��LaiLJljand7^S!!i-' ~  Forks, B^Phone 442-2064 oFna"-bP;m  442-8135 afterS-p.m. or write:  Box 996, Grand Forks, B.C.  V0H1H0. 1519-33  HOT WATER TANKS  All Sizes. Best Prices  MACLEODS, SECHELT  1575-33  , 5-TON BEEBEE  Winch on  Keats Island, $350. Weekdays 886-2120,988-3812. 1487-34  158535  Pender Harbour  3 BR home on 2.3 level  acres. Good soil &  creek. By owner  $52,000.  885-5436  NOW LOCAL Amway  distributor offers opportunity for good earnings.  You pick the hours, we assist.  For appt, call Paul Morris.  926-0807. 3918-tf  Mobile Homes  BY OWNER: Pender Harbour, 3 bdrm, custom-built  executive home. Approx. 2800  sq ft. Indoor fishpond in large  circular living rm & dining  rm, separate cocktail room,  double FP on main floor, 2 full  bathrooms, sunken tub w-  Jacuzzl in master's ensuite,  large kitchen and family  rooms, games room In part  bsmt., ocean view, 2 patios.  1.33 acres. $110,000. Phone R.  Small, 883-2212, 1548-34  MADEIRA PARK. 2 lots  $16,500 ea. Near stores &>  mooreage, nicely treed. Also  20' trailer, $4,000. Ph. 883-2410.  lv. message. 1549-35  HARBOUR VIEW from every  glass door of 14 units,  concrete block motel. 2 bdrm  "retirement suite". $260:000.  Call (collect) 386-2955, Century 21 Mnyfair Realty.  Victoria. I6974i  PRIVATE RETIREMENT  Sale of acreage suitable for  gravel or other business In  active West Kootenay area.  Phone 365-7013 evenings. 1599-  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot In West Srcchelt.  Ort  sewer. Ph. 885-9706.    47244fn  WATERFRONT lot Sunshine  Coast (Roberta Creek area -  very private with level cn-  - trance driveway off Browning  Rd. Vlow from future  homesltc second to none.  Water. Hydro readily avail.  $79,5007 Days 278-3888, ove��.  433-7228. )49IW4  CLEAN 3 BDRM Port Rdyal  12 x 60'. Completely mobile  with wheels, some appliances^  Asking only $10,800. Jack  Noble, 883-2701. H.B. Gordon  Agencies Ltd,, 885-20137 1040-  tfn  2 BR 12 x 68 1 yr. old. Stove,  fridge, dishwasher, washer,  dryer & storage shed. Fully  skirted on pad. $15,000. 806-  2530. 1609-35  NICELY KEPT, 10x52'  Safeway, 2 bdrm, w-w cpt,  col appliances, auto washer &  dryer, porch, blt-in cupboards, drapes. 885-9870. 1422-  36  Campers and Trailers  5 x 10 CONVERTED trailer.  Single axle, $950.883-9398.  1570-35  8' CABOVER camper, 3 bnr  stove & oven,  furnace.  icebox, $1200. 883-2256 bet 7i  pm. 1427-33  18' TRAVEL TRAILER, good  corfd. $2900 obo. Swap or  trade. 883-2338, 1434-33  '69 21* TRAVEL Trailer In  good cond., $2,750.886-7010.   1475-34.  FOR RENT: 24 Ft. Travel  Trailer & station wgn. Both  insured and well-equlpppcd,  J400 per week. 885-2711. Eves.  85-2800. 1470-tfn  23,6 ACRES industrial land In  Smithers lMi miles from city  centre, near rural route.  Cleared, fenced.Older 3 bdrm  home. Phono 847-2086 or write  Box 753, Smithers, B.C. VOJ  2N0. > 1478-34  ���19%''   SILVERLINE.    188  Mercruiser,   FWC,   full  canvas top, many extras, exc.  cond. 883-9093. 1437-33  MERC OUTBOARD '73,40 hp,  manual start w-remote  control & Ride Glide steering,  2 gas tanks, less than 40 hrs in  fresh water. As new, $950.886-  2323. 1464-33  14'   RUNABOUT,   canvas  decking, f8 hp Evinrude,  both In good cond. Good boat  for fishing, p-9901.     140IW3  14'  FIBREGLAS  boat  w-  outboard      mtr.      New  upholstery & canvas top. A-l  cond. Gordon, 886-7349. 1471-34  LET'S TRADE  APPLIANCES  ON NEW HOTPOINT  AT MACLEODS,  SECHELT  FOR SALE  * OVERHAULED 440  CHRYSiER MARINE,  HEAT EXCHANGED.  PENDER  HARBOUR  DIESEL  883-2626     Hwy 101,  Pender Harbour.  SUPER BUY. 24 ft. fibreglass  cabin cruiser, sleeps four,  stand-up head, galley, command bridge, depth sounder,  VHF,* 188 Mercruiser IO with  approx. 300 hours, new canvas. A-l condition throughout.  View at Seaside plumbing  bldg., North Rd., Gibsons. Ph.  886-7760 eve*. First 111.000  takes-no offers. 1529-34  ���75 0'DAY 20 flbrcglus kcol.  Centreboard sloop. 7,5 hp  Merc. Main, lib, whisker pole,  winches, WHF radio, stove,  toilet, 2-man Inflatable w-  oars, pump, 160' rode, etc.  $7,000 obo, 885-9304.    > 1497-33  MUST SELL. Need $. 12, ft.  fibroblnss boat, oars &  trailer, $400. eOW770 aft. 6,  1501-34  SERINE 5-speed. with  following features: radio,  speedometer, headlight,  flashing left-right Indicators,  built Into front console. Front  disc brake, electronic horn.  Rear console:" brake light,  flashing left>right Indicators.  19" frame .26" wheels,  shimano 500 derailer, Exc.  Cond. Current value $279, will  sell $150. Also 1 Eliminator 3-  speed boy's. Mint. Cond. 19"  frame 24" wheels, $80. 886-  2989 Mark. 34  LADIES, Mens Chlldrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'Now &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marino Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.,  ���980-8011. 4457-tf  SHUFFLEBOARD table IV  long, $75; fridge 5'x24", $40;  3 dresses, $15; good' for  summer cabin; 2 hyd.' Jacks,  $10 & $7. AH in excel shapo.  885-2898. 1430-31  Motorcycles  25' BOAT, inboard. Head. VH-  F, CB, recorder depth  sounder. Many extras.  Vancouver 324-9544, Pender  883-2322. 1504-34-  ICE CASTLES LTD.  Party Ice,  Block Ice  For Every Occasion  WE DELIVER  Minimum Order  .Required  PHONEi  886-2641  At LOWEST  COMPETITIVE PRICES  ���76 YAMAHA RD 400. Cash OT  trade for vehicle,  Low  mileage. Ph. 885-3910.   1566-35  77 RM SUZUKI. New motor.  $600 obo. 886-6291.      1581-33  Found  SET OF Car tt House keys on  Ford key ring, found at  Gibsons Bldg. Supplies, Ph.  885-3231, 15564?  LUMBER. 2x48-10 ft| StaSu-  20 ft: 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328. 3460-tf  24" RANGE, 150. Good for  cottago, 885-0314.      134541  FIX UP TIME!  See ut far  SEE US ABOUT  YOUR CARPET  ..1  SECHELT CARPET CORNER  [acrott from R.C.M.P.]  885-2283 Ask for John  VARIETY OF  tools,  some  power, $150 cash. 883-2558.  1551-33  FRANKLIN  STYLE  wood  stove. Newi unused, $175.  Call885-5089. 1554-33  IDEAL FOR farm or cottage.  Hard-working older  Westinghouse portable dishwasher. Sani-cycle, $50. 885-  2126. 1559-33  GARDEN PESTICIDES  & CHEMICALS  now sold at  MACLEODS  Sechelt  146841  BLACK NAUGAHYDE armless love seat, curved  fluted back, kidney shape seat  - 56 in. long; Ktyroeler swivel  rocker - green floral. Both  very good cond. Cash offers.  885-9049. 1564-33  TENT 9' x 12', $75; portable  TV, $25; power shredder,  never used, $150.885-3495.  156543  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  17 ft.TRAVEL  AIRE TRAILER.  SeH-contalnad; wall cared  (or A In llko-now condition;  3 Way frldgo, itovo, ovon,  tollot, etc,  $4,395.  SECHELT R.V. SALES  LTD.  886-5522  M.D.L 626$  fmmmwmmmlmmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmmimmmmm^mm  FRIGIDAIRE refrig, yellow,  $50, very good cond.; 22''  elec. stove, $25, fair cond. 885-  2794evelngs. 157143  SHUFFLEBOARD table 11\  $75: small washer & dryer,  both $100: vacuum, $10; floor  polisher, $10; 2 folding wooden  clothes dryers, $3 each. 885-  2898. 157043  TELEPHONE    Answering  Systems for rent or purchase, See J&C Electronics.  885-2568. 157445  CRIMPED  WIRE  Chimney  Brush.  Save  money by  cleaning   your   own   and  Srovent flro. 6" round - $17.80 ��; <  " round ��� $21.00; B^xB'*  square ��� $26.90, 6" x 10"  rectangular ��� $27.75. Any size  available. Send for prices,  cheque, money order. $1.50  extra  for  COD.  Add  tax.  616 Tranqullle Road. Drawer  B, Kamloops, B.C. V2B 3H8.  1001-33  MoreClanrilflodri  See Pago B-5  'N'i .:... ������ \ .  Wednesday, July 11,1979  The Peninsula Times Pagelfr3  REAL ESTATE  ���SEenoN���  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Highway 101. at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  TOUGH LUCK I Owner nosdi funds and will  sell his view lot overlooking Pender Harbour and Malaspina Strait- for- any  reasonable offer. This could be the best  Investment you ever made. Call us now to  "view: - - -  WATERFRONT: Pender Harbour area ... 2  _ rjd|ocqnt 4 acre parcels. each with approx  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ���  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay. Drive-in.  take-out, .groceries, 2 bedroom living  quarters with close water view. Here's a  growing business and good home In the  most sought after spot on the B.C. coast.  Like to live here wouldn't you? Call Mike  Rosse at 883-9378.  150' of deep protected moorage. Fairly high  bank but quite workable and well worth the  asking price of $50,000 each.  WATERFRONT: A magnificent and unusual  15 acres with some 700' of waterfront in the  lee of Harness Island. Haslam Creek runs  through the middle of this fine property and  there's a driveway In from Highway 101. A  big plus on this one is a 4 acre oyster lease.  Make an offer to the $165,000 asking price  (20% down), it's a good buy at any price.  HOMES: Looking for reasonably priced  homes close in to Madeira Park shopping?  Drop in and let us show* you a couple of  dandles in the low forties.  WE   HAVE   SOLID   PROSPECTS  DESPARATE   FOR  GOOD   HOMES  ~7ANDT WATERFRONT.- GIVE" US TA  CALL ... WE CAN SELL YOURS  QUICKLY 11  PART TIME ��� Why be a thumb twiddler. We  can show you a small, growing business  currently operating 6 hrs per doy, 4 days  per week. Lots of time for fishing or just  taking things easy. A small Investment will  bring rewards ... Call Mike Rosse at 883-  9378., ,  HARBOUR SUPPLIES ��� Plumbing, electrical,  furniture and' appliances. -This business  shows a good return and Is increasing every  year. No competition for miles. Perfect  operation for couple wanting to.make their  future in this area. Priced to sell quickly so  don't delay, phone now for details. Jock  Hermon, 883-9978.  HARBOUR MOTORS ��� at Kielndale. 4 bay  service   station,   body   shop   and   store.  "Sepa rate's moll"3bedroomhoTTie"fo"r_owrrer."  ���Hsi  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Momber of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  MA.DEIRA PARK ���~4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Giendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. Oh 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.'  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new'appliances, fireplace. $82,500.  �����*���* ���jS$$&_3T  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view home,  1656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport  storage room, heated 34'x20' swimming,  pool. Largo lot,  level  & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  This is a money-making situation. If you're a  good bodyman, this is itl Call Mike Rosse at  883-9378.  John Breen - 883-9978       Mike Rosse 883-9378    Jock Hermon 883-2745  j5(U  Real Estate & Insurance  AgMcSPSb.  Box238, 1589MarineDrive,Gibsons  886-2248   /  LANGDALE ��� Panoramic view of Howe Sound and North Shore Mts.,  from this comfortable 2 bdrm family home. Has finished basement with  kitchen and bath facilities (in-law ste., or?). Main floor Is 1022 sq ft, has  large LR with FP and w/w carpeting. Range, fridge and drapes Included.  Carport with paved drive. Sundeck for summer relaxation. Only $53,500.  SELMA PARK ��� Luxurious custom built home has three bdrms, also  completely finished basement. Cathedral entrance is brightened by  mirror wall; deluxe carpeting throughout and many extra features, I.e.  bulltln oven, dishwasher, etc. Exterior Is finished with vinyl siding;  property is landscaped and has a view to Trail Islands. Just a 1/4 mile to  school and located in choice residential area. Don't fail to see this fine  home. Asking $67,000.00  ROBERTS CREEK ��� This well-built contemporary home has over 1040 sq  ft, Is located on Hanbury Road, and has over 20 acres with all-year creek,  power, young orchard, good gardening ��� beautifully treed. Thlsproperty  offers complete seclusion and privacy. By appointment only, call John  Black for details.  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.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3 bdrm home on Lower Road; full basement with a/o  heat; large lot, 110 x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden. House  has FP In living room and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $42,000.  GIBSONS ��� Rural area, very nice 2 bdrm home with dinette, utility and  storage shed. One-half acre of property Includes trailer pad. Asking  $48,500.  GIBSONS WFT ��� Gower Point area; 2 bdrms, large living room with FP,  electric heat, full basement could be made Into rec room or extra living  area. Garage with lighted drive, beautifully landscaped. Very choice  property. $85,000. <P ~ "-S"  GIBSONS ��� Lowor Village, fantastic vlow from LR, 2 bdrms on main floor  with den or extra bdrm In basement. FP In living room and very good  convenient kitchen. Close to shopping, on sewer. Priced to sell at  $46,900.  LOTS  GLASSFORD ROAD ��� Nice building lot, on sewer; gootJ residential area.  $13,000.  i t    i ' ���  ''  LOWER  GIBSONS ���  3  lots,   corner "School   Road  and   Hiway   101  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  GRANTHAMS ���"three lots' on Reed Road. Good.Investment property,  potential view, Asking $8,750 each,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 2-f acres. Nicely treea; with streaip. $44,000.  f  Evening* Call: John Black, 886-7316;  :;^'-'^^6N"McS��vmy;'88S3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  .��� __    lAr."  '*&<*< -  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopdne windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major  appliances. $77,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for additional $10,000,  GARDEN BAY ���  Claydon Rd. Full  garage. Closo to  3 BR view  basement,  marina. $87  home on  separate  ,500  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & marinas. $54,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  bdrm split 'level. Fireplace, sundeck &  carport. $60,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  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.  GARDEN BAY, -ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. $56,900.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� 1.95�� acres with  1,400�� sq. ft. 3 BR home. A good buy at  $49,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 12504: sq. ft. 3  bdrm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck, built 1976. $65,000.  f   LOTS AND ACREAGE   I  _ ���   -* - "-E  LOTS  1. MADEIRA   PARK  ���  serviced   lots.  $8;000: $22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,0b0. ,  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Por-  , poise Drive. $1T000r"  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13.500-$21,250.  7. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roods. $1.1,000-$ 13,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ���1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with, hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11,000-$! 2,750,  8. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  one    with    lakefront.    Priced    from  $10,000 to $37,500.  ��.   RUBY LAKE ��� semi Waterfront lot,  with road access & hydro. $9,000.  SECRET COVi; ��� Lot. A on Wescan Rd.  Steep, but has good building site &.  sheltered moorage; On sewer system.  $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 132 ft W/F im  Pender Harbour. 1.8 acres, deep  moorage. $50,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft W/F in  Pender Harbour (adjoins above'  property). 1.22i acres. Deep moorage.  $36,500.  -MADEIRA-PARK���U4��-ocres-on-75��-  feet deep, sheltered waterfront. Small  beach area. $39,900.  ACREAGE  ACREAGE  FRANCIS PENINSULA - PENDER HARBOUR��� Partially developed subdivision  property with potential of sq. i lots.  1,8001 ft. of basic road constructed, 10  lots surveyed tor first phase of  development. , An excellent buy for,  $135,000.  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot, almost  one aero; Good soil, selectively cleaned.  $24,0001 '  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pender'Harbour.  12'x20'' cabin, concrete driveway.  $32,000.  9. EGMONT ��� 11 db treed acres with  year round creek. Road access. $49,500.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA *- 1,8T acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2 bdrm home, 1100 so.  ft. on ?.3�� fairly level, treed acres, Well.*  OSOitt.   frontage' on   Highway   101.  $49,000.  % RUBY LAKE ��� 5ds treed acres, close  to public lake access. $19,800.  3, FRANCIS PENINSULA ���3.4 �� acres*  4��.'acres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & just a few feet to the  watorfront. Hydro, water & paved road.  $33,000 each.  4, Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acros on Hwy  101. $25,000.  3, Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  ,21 S0;fc ft on Hwy 101, $44,000,  6.' GARDgN TiAY tAKE ~- 3 semi-  lakefrWlrvlew acreages, 3,92 %, acres -  $23,000,, 6.83* acres ��� $23,000. ft 3.79*  acres - $20,000,  JUNCTION ISLAND - ST. VINCENT BAY ���  18.75�� acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters. 15 min.  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont, $120,000.  EARL COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450;�� ft  sheltered .waterfront ad|olnlng -ferry  tormlnal. Excellent site for possible  motel, hotel, camper-trailer park.  ,$135,000,  EGMONT ��� 2,27 acres with 387�� ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trallor-campor park & fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400�� ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  EGMONf ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has been  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This Is bn excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate.  ��� ,yy*^  ^0) TAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5 ��  acres, Fruit trees, garden, View over  lake. $77,500.  TROUT FARM - PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways Installed to handle  160,000 troutl 95tfc acres land.  Provincial commercial trout farm  licence. Water licence. Located on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000.  OUN)BOAT BAY ��� )52jfc ft waterfront  with small beach area, 3 collages, dock  and float. On 5;fc acres with access from  Hwy 101. $03,000  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ��� 100��  acres, 4140�� ft. choice lakefront,  1800�� ft, oceanfront on Vanguard Bay,  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post &  beam cottage. Access by boat or float  plane. An excellent buy for $ M0 000,  EGMONT ��� 3,0�� acres with 550;fc ft.  low bahk waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property Is terraced-'and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well. $163,000,  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  Mtn*M'l ,,jsMi'^!Mjs>V MHp*>i  MADEIRA PARK ��� get yourself out of  the house ond Info this eo��y.fo-run  clothing business with,good potential.  $22,000. plus stock.  Also available with above -��� ��� ,000jfa sq.'  ft. commercial building with room for  expansion. $33,000.  f��ls*ist- ���������!  MADEIRA PARK ��� spacious 1416* sq ft  home on landscaped lot with 7Btfc ft of  the best low bank sheltered waterfront  In fsndtr. Harbour. $138.000. ..,,.  AOAMMEMNON BAY ��� 40* acres  waterfront subdivision property, partially developed. Surveyed for 3 acreage  site waterfront lots ft 3 acreage size  , seml-waterfront lots. Road constructed,  ready for gravel, grading ft blacktop.  Old 2 storey home ft small creek on  -$370,000,-   L  mgm  SsU.,-.^^ ^..wt^MsWlBnMnWlMsTIWlWItslll  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  JL  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  I ����^x.  PageB-4  The Peninsula Times.  Wednesday, July U, 1979  Doug Joyce  Bol> Bull  885-2761  885-2503  DAVIS 6AY    '  " $64,500 full price'  3;bedroom with view, plus 2 bedroom suite.  Two 4 pee baths plus ensuite. insulated  drive in garage. Fireplace, large sundeck &  dose to beach & store. Call Jack.  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219 Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson 885-2385  Don Madden      885-9504  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT ��� Lot 100 x 725 - Great view with al  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. F.P. $39,000.  **#"  SECHELT VILLAGE $52,900  NEW-NEW-jrVITH-VIEWI View from kitchen,  living ��� room ^& . sundeck. Includes 3  bedrooms, 'kitchen pantry, fireplace, carport, large lot. Call Bob to view anytime.  VIEW OFTRAIL ISLANDS $82,000 ,  Luxury new West Sechelt home. Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras. Well-  insuto'ted, energy-conscious home with a  fireplace that must be seen, plus provision  for space heater lower level. Tastefully  -decorated���with-*.numerous�����x4ras��~ 3- -  bedrooms,.sunken tub, shower, large level  garden' lot, sundecks, double carport. The  'pried won't shock you once you see it. Call  Bob for an appointment.  REDROOFFS $67,500  New waterfront 3 -bdrm home with- expansive, view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel 'Shaw' fireplace & skylight.  .Treed lot. Bob.  ROBERTS CBEEK'. $52,000  3 bedroom fiome on 1.67 acres. Spacious  open plan'of 1320 sq ft has ensuite,off  master b'drrrf. 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 tp invest In this' growing  community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  Doug.  WEST SECHELT: $75,000. Four'bedroom  home, 2 baths, 2 FP, auto/o)l heat, sundeck ,  and carport on gentle slope 1 acre,lot  overlooking Trail Islands. Half block to  beach access. Also has small rental cottage.  An appointment necessary. Call Don.  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.'  ACREAGE  SECHELT VILLAGE: Pebble Crescent -  $53,900. Complete new remodel job. Large  rancher 1515 sq ft. Close to shops and  school.   Level   lot  too.   New   cupboards,  REDROOFFS ACREAGE: 3 1/2 acres subdlvldable all facilities In-  __cLuding_poweri_Could e 4-5 lots. Very reasonable-price. J.P.  $29,250. Call Stan.  '.     V   ^-"kWo -*-".  *' ~' K  carpets,- quarry tile entrance & bathroom  floors, light fixtures & paint. Why rent when  you can move into a fine home at this price?  Wood hearer to beat fuel bills tool Call Bob.  PRICEREDUCED.FCtR QUICK SALE     $54,000  Like new 2 bdrm bsmt home. Good layout  ROBERTS CREEK ��� $18,500. Privacy in the trees on this 1.3 acre  parcel with gentle slope towards the sea. Hydro, phone and  reg. water at road. Call Don.  '       ^mm       i  i  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring-330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  SECHELTVILLAGE $36,900  Near new .3 bdrm modular home on clear  garden lot with carport. Price includes  stove,' fridge,-washer & dryet and is completely furnished. Wa|Mo'sh0ps. A bargain. ���  Stan. -  *��� �����������),i vnamnrmmmmmmmmrmmBAr/^v' w(-ftvw'"'��  WATERFRONT, ,W. SECHELT  Pebble beach with your; own road right to  wafer, 3 bdrms, ,3 '.complete. bathrooms,  recreation room, wine cellar 6nd' lots of  extras.:View from all living xireas. One of  the better waterfront hfemes' on the copst.  .Bob. ."������ '������  I'  SECHELT .'"' s$47',500  Near new; large, bright, economical, three  bed r pom- home, 1 year hew, 1260 sq ft,  Thermopahe windows and door*, central  fireplace, .open plan, no stglrs, level Ipt.  Large sundeck, carport and storage, Good  value qt $47,500. Coll Don.  WESTSECH6LT $72,300'  Spanish split-level home, near new, With qil  the extra futures.' .Double, carport,  workshop, 3 baths; 4 bdrm'.), 2,fireplaces,  " bay window and a formal dining aroa. Good  lovol lot rilloids d ylow Irom the 2nd flobr,  Tile roof; 228ft sq ft. <:allBob.  SECHELTVILLAGE ,       . $63,306  Best view Lof on Sunshine Heights and  large too ��� J00 tt. 140'- -��'~oy#r V/3 ��lcr��,<  This home Is well Insulated for winter and,  hat olr conditioning throughout for those  hot summer days. Dbl carport,.fujl bsmt,  landscaping ��� It goes on ft on| This home  by Knight It worth viewing. Call Bob,  3 bedroom, dbl plbg, Handy Sechelt legale.  iandieo(pidl6�� with p.drlv*��ay7ThltTidrtfe  |t only 3 yeart old, clean <V bright. Real  value, Ca^l Jack.  with, southern exposure and view. Save  money - ��� extra insulation, twin seal  .windows and heatilator fireplace. Call Bob.  4^EW-ACREAGE^=-5-actes4n-West-Sechelt^Some view of the-ocean-  .SECHELT VILLAGE - -  _    $68900.00  Panoramic view of village and Trail Bay.  Like new spacious from'e with room -for  everyone including home occupancy in  lower, level. Features are too numerous to  mention, Check them out wtth Bob 885-2503  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., Moveln and enjoy. See. with  ���Bob. ;' ':���������'.   ''���'������������ '"      .  RdBjERTS;CREEK ,,',,. 7   $43;000  BrOnd.neW/S, bedroo'rri, home.'Immediate  ��� pbsse��slort.: Tfyyour bffen Qoli Doug. .  Y*ti..:..  SECHELT ,VILjlAGE:,$A7;90O..2 bedroom up.  den; ',* extra ^bedroohv down. '. D6uble  plumblrtg, Heatilator fireplace In large  llvlrtg room ft,'- refi,riiorn. ,5tucco> exterior.  Lcirgelbt, within wdlHlng distance tq Schools  arid shops.' Easy ,f*rnisV Call;Jack;,   '.,/���  Ml** ���>*,'! v,,       i.t "Ai'^H  OtfefKSlOE HpME. $68,500  On  ,��y)6   acre   .vVlth , parklike, setting,  . towering trees ft spaclpus, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two Iqrge bedroorrit. Separate entrance  haH7 MctaV to 'a*' fcirgr Tlyfrrfl fffow' * wffh  flreplace: that Invite* gracious entertaining.  A 23x28V attached 'garage" could be converted to on extra bedroom ft family room..  An added plus |s a 440' workshop with 3 pee  ��� plumbing. Clote to best, sandy beach ih  area;   ��� . >.  ,A,J~^��  '��rl*T'lKIWTrr'7-*-r^*AlllkW0'lW,900'  Contemporary 2 BR home, Total of 1168 sq  ft on. 2 levels, Fireplace, See Doug;  Nicely treed. Good access. No logable timbers. F.P. $25,900.  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.  ~A-FINE-A���REAGEr$357250ffrjl|/prlce ��� SecKelTVIIIdge. 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.  BUSINESS BLOCK  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra.  GOING CONCERN: Small trailer park, 4 pads and lots of room for. ,t.   ^yvti ,*���----���  expansion, 2.41 acres of land, some trees. Wilson Creek location!' h.^ _.:  Very convenient. FP $60,000.  SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,600 FULL NtlCI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS ft 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  HOMES  WEST SECHELT.HWY 101 $149,000.  Mov* Into this spqeibus comfortable home and en|oy a great view of  the trail Islands. The rental from the four'plex dn the property Will  help pay expenses. This property is large 80 x 474' and is nicely  landscaped. Call Bob for more information.  GIBSONS SEA VIEW: $14,000 full price,,Small 3 room cabin on 60'  view lot! 2 blks to boat launch. Landscaped, fruit trees. Water A  sewer atldt line. Power in. Real Investment. Call Jack.  V  ROBERTSCREEK $29,900  Privacy, trees, grass ahd a quiet area with no highway noise. Three  bedroorri single Wide with lots of storage ft closets. Heated by earth  stove with oil hot air as backup; Call Bob for details;  SELMA PARK ~ $15,000. 1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  .Hprne. All neyv W/w Includes triple axles, tires & wheels, hitch,  Stove & fridge and 3 beds, This unit cannot bo told from hew, (See  Doug),'  ' 7  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOMEr a cozy, near new 792 tq ft 2 bedroom  hom�� Close to the beach at Chapman Creek, Not stairs, electric  ,heat, double,glaring.,Government prepaid lease has 19 years to  run.PP $32,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE - $49,900. NEW 3 bdrm. Village, walk to' shopping  ��� carport, fireplace, wood exterior, bsmt, Compare prices and buy  this one. Call Bob,  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT $36,500  Large lot with a fine beach. Fairly steep access but walkable.  Fantastic southwest view. -Nicely treed. (Stan)  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace & large deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Do you^/arrt cnqule'it waterfront retreat wlth_no roads or cars?,We  have a few parcels of evergreen forest, 5 to 10 acres each.  Minimum of 250 feet of waterfront and stream thru most lots.  Located 22 miles of Sechelt by water or air only. Fly in with Tyee  Airways Ltd. from Vancouver or Sechelt, or use your own boat. Call  'Dont "    ' "  EGMONT WATERFRONTI: Excellent investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' ot  waterfront. Could be an excellent investment. Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  SECHELT ��� SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront ��� Moor your sailboat at this dock. Large cedar home with  super sauna, decks everywhere. Privacy ft expansive view. Phone  Bob for a viewing. This is a unique home.  LOTS  1/2 ACRE CORNER LOT: Level, paved roads, easily cleared. Suitable  for mobile homes. Redrooffs Area. Try your offer to $ 13,000.  DAVIS BAY: $J91900_full_prlce!_?Q; frontage_on_pa��ed_dead_end_  street. Underground telephone & cablevlslon. Large view ��� a one  of a kind. See Doug.  MADEIRA PARK - $21.000. Over 3/4 acre, almost level with view  through Pender Harbour. Just 400 feet to water's edge. Close to  marina. On paved road with hydro, phone and water along road.  Call Don.   |  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. Allservices including paved roads. Call Doug.  ROBERTS CREEK: $15,000 each - 4 large country lots in the heart of  ^Roberts-ereek7-PrivaiV7et^to5B^o^choolrb��achr��ter��^TTd"goir"  course. A great place to live for all ages. Take your pick.  REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE: Treed & 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some alder for firewood. Easy access from  the road and excellent topsoil. Serviced with power & water. FP  $12,500.  ROBERTSCREEK $15,000  Country Lots ��� 4 to choose from. These Lots are 1/2 acre or over,  close to school, store, golf course and beach access. Call Bob.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  -. ,course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900. ���   '. . - ^  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with' 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some 'trees.  View of the oce,on & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $13,500.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450-  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $12,500.  ,    ,  : __   SELMA PARKVIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot. corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  WILSON      CREEK $ll,500eo.  Secluded building Lots located on a quiet dead end street. The Lots  are 150 x 70', easy to develop ahd flat with some trees. Close to a  good beach. In area of new homes. (Stan)  HOPKINS 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 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HpOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 ft $8,150. Owner will look at reasonable offers to  these low prices,  SECHELT VILLAGE: iunshlne 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^ $10,900, "  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zoned Rll, Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500.  COOPER RDi Lot 80x363', treed, level. Services along paved road.  Asking $10,600. Call Don.  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  '���>"   .rv  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phane I ��ubtflyUlon la located on Redrooffs Roqd approximately 5-  J/2 miles wett of S��chelt7v,||ag��, Hydro, telephone and regional water eervet the subdivision, the Iqts are wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision are  Included In the prospectus -���,' ask for youir free copy.  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 31 ���SOLD Lot 38 ��� $,1,*b0 Lot 4$ ��� *1t,��SQ  lot 35t ���SOLD Lot 39 ��� SOLD Lot 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 33 ��� SOLD Lot 40 ��� $11,600 lot 47 '��� SOLD  Lot 34 ��� $11,600 lot 41 ���112,700 Lot 48 ��� SOLD  Lot 35 ��� jblD Lot 41���$15,500 Lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot 36 ���$11,900 Lot 43 ���SOLD Lot 50'��� SOLD vv,"  Lot 37 ��� $12,750 lot 44 ��� SOLD ^A*  , .    ,   *   s"  Dimensions atm given In both feet and metres, V' '��*  "���y\-   vSS  V".1 Y    i       i  ^   ��svT#   /' _^\     K1   '*'.y'>.. ,. Dimensions at* given In both feel and metrei  ���' '"^^." 2"'��� ���' <z?$* ���������'*'��� l       a      '      '  *"��*  */  ���"���" **%-  1 ^c<,  its  5fl  ;;Pa  np  +<^J1X .'/  7 t  ..��/).-4 i   ..,���,-... -.^,r:��|.,.J,<-'J���.. ,r.  m ,s *   ' '  s  '"Y-jiti.  y  mi I| I Hi ui II i For Sale  For Sale  For Sale  Legal Notices  OLDER MODEL Sweden Soft  Ice cream machine in good  working condition,. $700 firm.  Write Box 1720, Grand Forks,  B.C: VOH IHO or phone 442-  2322 daytime only.  ,    1605-33  1977 CLARK 668C Skidder,  Cummins  power,  70  pet.  -forestry Special;. 1600 hours  total time, Prince George,  $65,000 - 1970 CAT 960 Welco  Grapple, runs good. All pins  tight; looks very good, Vancouver, $44,500. - 1970 D6C,  Free Spool Winch, guarded for  logging, 80 pet. UC, blade and  pins tight. Checks out excellent, Cranbrook, $46,500 -  1969 988 CAT Loader, 70 pet.  rubber, some engine repairs,  pins tight, remainder  checked, Vancouver, $52,500 -  1968 955K CAT with GP  bucket, new UC ROPS'  canopy, checks out good,  ~Vancou.vetr427.^fl(L..Ehone..  271-0343 or 687-2872.       1606-33  FORD 391 V-8 Heavy, Duty  Gasoline Industrial,Marine  Engine, keel cooled, Warner  reduction gear, Panel,  suitable for commercial fish  boat. Approx. 1000 hours since  new, $4,258 - ex Federal tax. 6  months warranty. Call: Industrial Engines Ltd., 8975  Oak St., Vancouver, B.C. V6P  4B8. Phone 2664126.     1590-33  TRY THE  CLASSIFIEDS  It's AMAZING  -what you'll.  take home.  FOR BOTH   -  BUYER & SELLER  CALL  885-3231  5 PCE CHESTERFIELD  suite; solid oak dining room  suite w-china cabinet; console  stereo; kettle, barbecue;.  telephone tablerseat; brass  fireplace set; antique  fireplace dogs. Many other  items. 883-2526.   ,        1578-35  --CANNINGSUPPLIES  Pressure canners $62.75.  Jars & cans,  plus all your needs.'  MACLEODS, SECHELT  1589-33  Legal Notices  TODAY  HB GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  30 Years ��� Cowrie St., Sechelt  NEW ON MARKET  COUNTRY  CHARM���  Two bedroom bungalow. Three room cottage. Studio &  workshop. Over one acre and short level walk to the best  beach at Davis Bay. Phone John Wilson now for your appointment to see this Red and White Charmer.  Sealed tenders for sub-trades  for the project below will be  received at the office of the  Pender Harbour Aquatic  Society, Box 361, Madeira  Park, B.C. V0N.2H0, until  12:00 noon, P.D.S. time, July  24th, 1979. :   "Project!" The7 completion of  the Pender Harbour Aquatic  Society facilities.  Specifications and drawings  are available for viewing at  the Regional,Board office in  Sechelt.  A deposit in the amount of  $25.00, in the form of a certified cheque, or cash, shall be  required to obtain plans,,  specifications ana tendering  documents, the deposit shall  be refundable on the return of  the documents, plans, etc:, in  good condition within five  days after July 24th, 1979.  Harbour Builders,  RR 1, Garden Bay, B.C.  VON ISO   ConstructionManager,.  883-5062  1577-Pub. SPT July 11, 18,  1979.  MINISTRY OF FORESTS  Vancouver Forest Region  NOTICE OF  STANDTENDING  CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS for the  following Juvenile Spacing  contract 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 92F9 - 9 J.S.  Located���Anderson Bay.  Ranger District No. 9, Powell  River on 35.4 Ha. Viewing  Date July 12th, 1979, leaving  Forestry Crew Station at 08:00  a.m.  Note: Viewing of this, site.  prior to submitting a tender is  mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of Tenders is 15:30 July 19th, 1979.  "Tenders must be submitte&ofr-  the form in the envelopes  supplied  which,   with ' particulars,  may  be  obtained  .from the Forest Ranger in-  , dicated or from the Regional  Manager, Ministry of Forests,  located at 355 Burrard Street,  Vancouver, B.C. V6C*2H1.  Lowest or any tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  This call for tenders comes  under the Terms  of  the  Canada-British    Columbia  Intensive Forest Management  Agreement.  lW7-Pub. SPT July 11, 1979.  CfiODtMtE��2?  Moving versus renovation  Often a homeowner is  faced with growing space  needs of a .growing family,  and wonders whether- he  should move or_ renovate.  While it may be feasible to  renovate, for added space,  there are some hazards to  consider.  existing by-laws and building  regulations to make sure your  plans are legal.  Using these quotations, get  an honest market appraisal of  your home as it stands and  with the addition. You might  find your renovation will put  your  home   far  above  the  Wednesday, July 11,1979 .The Peninsula Times    PageB-5  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886*2277    \*J AND land "DEVELOPMENT ltd  cQ ^ R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1VO  _*___& CONVEYANCING* REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  V  rjrvrov'  HWY 101 & ARGENT RD: In _t_he_ heart __of  Roberts Creak. 8/10 of an acre of nicely  treed, gently sloping land, With 600 square  feet two bedroom home presently heated  with wood burning heater, but wired'for  220 volts. Second dwelling permitted and  could be built behind existing building.  $24,900.   -      - -     '  LOOKOUT AVENUE: Near new three  bedroom home In good condition on large  view lot in new subdivision just past the  Sunshine Coast Arena In Sechelt. Boating  REDROOFFS-ROAD:-WATERFRONT   Wind C|WCI��-  RD:   Big  famllyLThen ,this, four  'your way-down o gently sloping path to a bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  158 feet of your own waterfront property. nQme   you ve    been    looking    for.    Full  At low tide, a beautiful sandy beach for the basement   with   rec   room,   utility   and  kids to play, swim and water ski. From your . roughed in plumbing. Intercom inside and  large living room window the-most spec- ou*- L��r9a sundeck over carport.Jhis home  tacular view you hove ever seen. Watch the  large ships and pleasure craft churn their  way through Welcome Pass. This unbelievable view takes in Halfmoon Bay,  Welcome Pass and Thornby Island. This well  built,    single   storey   home   features  *acllltlesn:lo*e:byrdwhe^ ���baau^U^Jaji^s^ed/.jaroyodA.^rjd���!*.  you   may  $51,900.  yet con-  $56,000.  have   immediate   possession.  Days 885-2013  Evenings 885-9365  _ Look__first _at_the cost of  renovation with quotes from  several reliable contractors.  Check the costs of  materials if you plan to do it  yourself and don't forget the  cost of your time, which is  worth money ��oo. Also check  . ij   Oi    Wrtllr *     Oi  iicK"fi  ,u*tn  i  HILLCREST ROAD  A family home located on quiet cul-de-sac with  some view. Five bedrooms upstairs and one  downstairs. Kitchen has built-in breakfast  nook, garbage compactor and dishwasher.  Double sinks Ih the main bathroom plus a four  piece ensuite. Fuji basement has 40 x 15 rec  room with finished bar. Sundeck has bulltln  barbeque? .  $69,500  PRATT ROAD  New three bedroom home on large lot dotted  with fruit trees! Sunken" livingroom with open  ceiling and fireplace. Bathroom has separate  make-up counter. Kitchen has built-in Jenn-alr  range, drop-in oven and dishwasher. 8 x 22  sundeck. Carport with 7x17' storage.  $52,500  GAMBIER ISLAND-WATERFRONT ACREAGE  8,2 WATERFRONT acres on Gambier Island. 260' on waterfront x 1230. Approximately 2 acres  cleared f 6 acres tall timber, Secluded bay with 2 year old wharf, ramp and float approximately 40  x 15. Sandy beach, stream and pool then property. Water, power and telephone in. Approximately  800 square feet cabin yet to be finished, 200 degree west-south-west view. 275,' supply train to  cabin. Ideal recreational and Investment.  $125,000  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  IBSQNS.  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  AND UND DEVELOPMENT LTD  R.R, 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 ^Q  CONVEYANCING.REAL ESTATE CONSULTING*APPRAISALS*NOTARY PUBLIC, y  "rnarRel"valjfe"oI "neighbouring  homes,'making it almost  impossible to recover the  value if you eventually sell.  A little homework before  will give you the answer to the  problem of moving vs.  renovation.   '  Role of the  testate  profession  One often hears mention of  what are considered excessive  fees in the real estate  business, but few remarks are  made about the work and  expense in the role of the real  estate sales person.  .When you list! your, home-  with an agent it is for a  specific period, and you pay  none of the extensive costs of  advertising, arranging for  prospective viewing, or the  car and office expenses incurred while this procedure  takes place.  If the house ,does not s,ell  you pay nothing for the service and the agent and  salesman absorb the expense.  Only when your home sells  do you pay a commission  agreed upon before hand.  Selling real estate is, a  demanding and' exacting job,  having Incurred a high study  price, long hours, requiring  initiative and determination.  The irony of the real estate  fee argument is that most  people who complain about  them earn more and work less  than the average real estate  salftsnnrson.  SS  WILLIAMSONS LANDING: This beautiful  summer or year-round luxury home must be  seen to be believed. A 200 foot high and  low tide dock make this the home for the  boater. Fishing, water skiing, and pleasure  boating all out the front door on 100 feet of  your own, .78 acres of waterfront property.  Beautiful 1280 square feet A-frame house .  features three bedrooms with loft and part  finished basement. 25 x 8 sundeck  overlooks Howe Sound. Large guest cottage  with fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and  sundeck. $97,500.  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: Affordable housing  availableln Gibsons. This new double wide  mobile is fully furnished. Two bedrooms,  built-in china cabinet in dining room, wall to  wall carpeting. Fridge and stove. Carport  and good dry storage in crawlspoce. Fully  landscaped. Call or come In and discuss the  easy financing. $47,500.  LOOKOUT DR: Overlooking Porpoise Bay  this near new 1200 square feet basement  home has everything a family would want  for comfortable living and more: Four  bedrooms, full bath plus ensuite, convenient utility room upstairs and plenty of  cupboards and cabinets. Situated on a  completely landscaped lot in quiet  residential area. Other features Include  huge rec'room, two fireplaces," twin seal  windows and screens. Priced for a quick  "sale. $49,900."  WHARF RD: Executive home. Large Spanish  style home. Deluxe in every respect.  Finished on two floors with quality workmanship and materials. Large sundeck and  carport plus separate heated double,  garage. . Large lot mostly landscaped.  $90,000.  GRANTHAMS: Beach house located at  Granthams on a sandy beach with good  summer moorage in front. House has three  bedrooms, large kitchen, living room and  full bath. Just pay $38,500 and assume  lease. $38,500.  JOHNSON & FORBES: This brand new-three  bedroom Rancher must be seen to be appreciated.   Features   large   family   room,  , {{replace, attached garage, utility room, top  quality wall to wall carpeting, bathroom  access from master bedroom and large lot  I ready for landscaping. Close to the ferry  terminal. Must sell quickly. $47,000  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: In the Village of  Gibsons. Three bedroom mobile home with  I two full bathrooms. Fully skirted and set up  | ready for you to move in. Situated on nicely  I treed lot, on sewer. Close to schools and  I shopping, May be purchased on rent to own  basis. $29,900.  mostly in huge trees for complete privacy.  This beautiful home must be seen to be  believed, $109,500.  1286 "HEADLANDS ROAD: This three  bedroom home Is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching ramp. Great living room for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has. 10-1/4  mortgage. $42,900.  TRICKLE COURT1: Brand new three bedroom  ranch style home. Features double-carport  plus storage area. 5 foot overhang soffits  and bevelled cedar siding. Inside there is a  spacious kitchen, with separate utility and  mud room. Living room has heatilator  fireplace with stone facing. All with view  potential. $49,900.  GRANTHAMS: Unobstructed million dollar  view from this well maintained 2 bedroom  home. Has in-law suite In basement.  Located on Elphinstone, with sign on. Phone  to view. $49,500.  POPLAR LANE: Only one block from schools  and shopping with 2084 square feet of  finished home. This split level custom home  features heatilator fireplace, 2-1/2 baths, (3  piece ensuite off the master bedroom) with  -7x8 walk-in closet. 20 x 17 family room  opens on to a large sundeck with wraparound benches. Concrete driveway leads  up to double fully enclosed garage. Many  special features that must be seen. ,$69,900.  1539 SARGENT RD: Four bedroom  executive home. Sunken livingroom, floor  to ceiling fireplaces up and down. Large rec  room with built in bar. Panoramic view,  Keats, Gibsons Harbour and Georgia Strait.^,  jRanyextra"features^ $69,900".  1597 SARGENT ROAD: Imagine! Absolute  privacy in your large beautifully landscaped  back yard with fruit trees etc, and a  spectacular view of the ocean from the  front. All this right in the heart of Gibsons.  Close to schools, shopping etc. Immaculate  three bedroom well-built home with 1/2  basement, fireplace and sundeck. Priced to  sell $58,000.  POPLAR LANE: Sunny location on popular  Poplar Lane. Three bedrooms, plus ensuite,  huge kitchen, with large dining area. Lots of  room for expansion. The whole family will''  find themselves within walking distance to  schools, shopping and recreation. $48,500.  HILLCREST RD: Own your own ��� three  bedroom home on Strata Title. Exceptional  investment. This 1280 square foot home,  has 1 1/2 baths, sundeck, close to shopping,  schools, etc. Only 1 year old. Presently  rented for $300.00 per month. Buy it now  and It can almost pay for itself. Priced for  quick sale. All offers considered. Owner  says sell. $34,895.  LOTS  WHEN YOU HAVE  THAT SPECIAL HOME IN MIND,  WECANHELPYOUFINDII '  Gntuifc  CALL CENTURY21 FIRST.  WE BUILT OUR NAME ON  KNOWING YOURNEIGHBORHOOD  ���*m.TWm\\*X*,**,l-* .  *$���*___  t' * ,.  WILSON CREEK "VIEW"     $56,500  3 bedroom newer lull basement home hot  water    VIEW,    ensuite    plumbing,    2  fireplaces, and much more, Call Rita Per-  ijhtion 985-9706,  GREAT FOR THE FAMILY   $62,900  The KITCHEN-NOOK-LIVING ROOM Is  designed lor family get together*, Incl, 3  bdrms, workshop, garage, etc, Call Larry  Rtardan BB3-3924,   f7'7*JTi!  STARTERS SPECIAL  $36,900  Spotless 2 bdrm home with basement, large  kitchen, close to beach, Call Eva Corsky  086-7126,  CHUCKDOWMAN  885-9374  ED BAKER  689-264)  UTAMRCHISON  885-5706  LARRY ItBAftDON  885-3924  IVACARSKY  8867126  885-3271  Wharf Road, S��ch*lt, B.C.  888*3271  ���  ���  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot  I with view of North Shore Mountains.  | Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac only  ��� one block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  I and schools. All services including sewer.  Adjacent to grass playing field. $16,900.  ! SKYLINE DRIVE: irregular shaped lot' with ,  | great view of Village, the Bay, wharf and  | boats. An area of very nice homes, 100 feet  | on Skyline Drive. Approximately 180 feet In  j depth, $13,500.  | GRANDVIEW ft HEAD: View lots, all ser-  ��� vices, ready to build on. Close to ocean  J beach access and close to Gibsons. Priced  I from $13,500.  I BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large  I view lots In quiet cul de sac. All services,  | easy car top boat launching. Only one block  I from the beach and Chaster Park. Priced  | from $14,900.  ��� SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: Large lots, most ,  I have 100' frontage with 150 depth In quiet  I rural setting, All  lots nicely  treed with  | southern exposure. 1-1/2 blocks to schools  | and shopping centre, Priced from $13,900.  I SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Beautiful view lots.  | Two to choose from, $11,500 each.  I GOWER POINT ROAD: Large view lot. Has  | been cleared at one time. Power and water  I at front of lot. $16,500,  | GRANTHAMS   LANDING:   Private   setting  ��� with concrete driveway to building site,  j Panoramic view of Howe Sound Islands pnd  J North Shore Mountains, You can hear the  I waves as you watch them lap up on the,  | shore, Building site Is cleared and ready to  |. go. $16,900,  OOWER & MABEL RD: Larfle seml-waterfront  view lots In quiet rural area. Short walk to  the beach, In Cedar Orove School district.  Ideal for housing or a hedge,against Inflation. Buy and Invest now. Priced from  $15,900,  SCHOOL ROAD: Three view lots 73 x 110.  On sewer, Three blocks from schools and,  shopping  centre.   Cleared   for   building.  $16,000 each,  SMITH RD; Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site, $14,000,  COACH RDi Roberts Creek, Lara* lot 70 x  270 In quiet rural subdivision. Ready to  build on. Owner Is anxious to sell and offers  excellent terms. Asking price $12,000; Try  $2,000 down payment, $190 per month <S>  12% Infirm  '  PRATT RD: 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.  SMITH RD: Good view lot 125 x 165 with a  good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view. $14,500.  ABBS RO: View of the Bay area and Georgia  Strait is yours from this beautiful lot in area  of elaborate homes. Two blocks to schools  and shopping. $19,900.  GLASSFORD ROAD: This must be the best  buy on the market. 63 x 160. Cleared,  sewer and water connected, Culvert and fill,  Ready to build. $10,000.  BURNS RD: Good building lot; 65 x 130 on  flat land in Gibsons Village. Four blocks  , from Post Office, stores and transportation.  Lightly treed," Three blocks from ocean. All  services available, $11,000.  SKYLINE DR: This,70x59x13lxl22 foot lot  with expansive view of the Bay area and  Gibsons Village Is very well priced,  $11,500.  is located on a quiet view lot,  venlent to the Village of Gibsons.  CENTRAL RD. &  REED RD:  3.98 acres of  dynamite view. Keats I Bowen Island! North -  Shore   Mountains)    A    truly    panoramic  outlook. Zoned for 1 /4 acre lot sub-division.  -Th'e-main home-is 1120. square_feet_with7  two bedrooms, heatilator fireplace, covered  carport, Jarge utility or workshop area. Plus  300 square feet cottage with new wiring  and plumbing (presently rented). Comfortable living and excellent investment all in  one. $95,000. ,  DAVIDSON RD: Langdale. Exciting multilevel contemporary home on large treed  view lot located in quiet area and offering  privacy and seclusion. Many outstanding  features such as high ceilings', skylights,  stone and brick fireplaces with heatilators,  quality carpets, sauna (unfinished). Dream  kitchen   with    sunlight    ceiling,    custom  'cabinets, deluxe built-in appliances, "green  house" window. Sundecks and patios for  outdoor entertaining. Nicely landscaped  with lush lawns, flowerbeds-and vegetable  patch. Only a skip and a jump to the'  Langdale ferry terminal. Excellent financing  at only 10-1/4%. A must see for the city  -escapee^$85,000   CENTRAL AVE: Granthams. Beautiful home  on double wide lot. Million dollar view of  Keats & Howe Sound. Dining room has  sliding doors opening onto the balcony.  Revenue with suites currently rented at  $250 and $200. Perfect investment. Priced  to sell. $49,900.  HWY 101 ��� WILSON CREEK: One bedroom  home with great potential as revenue or  starter home. Over onehalf acre of incredible land, 80 x 300, level and ideal for a  garden. Dedicated road at back of  property. $27,900.  KEARTON RD: For the horse lovers. An  excellent four bedroom home, featuring  livingroom with fireplace, family room  dining area and brand new kitchen. Two  sundecks-and-large-patio���AII-thts-on���275--  acres of level-land iip quiet arearClose-to  schools and shopping. Fenced grazing  areas, three stall stable and tack room. 120  x 173 riding ring. 16 x 24 unfinished cabin  in rear. On regional water. $75,000  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: Brand new three  bedroom two storey home with full garage.  Excellent family home covered by Builder's  Warranty Programme. This home is  designed for low cost heating with ther-  mopane windows throughout plus fireplace.  The home qualifies for the $1,000 new  Home* Grant  or the  $2,500 First  Family  HbYft^'Grant: $46:000.   POPLAR LANE: Large three bedroom home,  master with ensuite. Living room with  California sandstone fireplace. Walking  distance to stores, schools, sports and  recreation. $59,500.  HILLCREST RD: Cute two bedroom house on  large lot. Separate workshop. Low down  payment if you qualify for Government 2nd  mortgage. $29,500.  PRATT RD: New on the market. Lovely ranch  style, three bedroom, 1212 square feet  home. Large level lot 75 x 143'. Cedar  feature wall In living room, Close to new  elementary school. Owner transferred.  $46,900.  COMMERCIAL  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY; HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT ��� Excellent business  Investment on the Sunshine Coast. This  grocery and sundry store Is located in the  heart of Hopkins Landing, |ust' minutes to  . the Langdale ferry. Ideally situated on 90  feet of level, walk-out WATERFRONTAGE,  being the only commercially zoned property  In this area, the land Itself Is extremely  , valuable. Aside from store profits there is  additional revenue from other sources, such  as collection of wharfinger fees from the  government wharf ad|olnlng this property,  plus post office and an upstairs revenue  suite. This is an Ideal husband-wife  situation. Always wanted to be your own  boss, than don't miss this opportunity,  ACREAGE  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: In Gibsons  Village on North Road, Lots for single wides,  double wides and conventional homes. All  on sewer, water; hydro and air within three  blocks of the shopping centre, schools and  medical clinic. Priced from $10,900 to  $19,900.  !  OOWER PT RD at )4thi Nearly 1/2 acre of  view prbperty, Approximately 80 x 290; R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  by-laws allow 2 dwelling* on this property,  'f��rM*My~��l**r*di---<5li>s�� to Olbtont  close jo7fh* btashj |17,900,  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  ��� ,vl*w lots, Andrea,of.,n*w and varied  homes. These Ms offer themselves to many  different building locations, En|oy privacy  and the view of How* Sound. Priced from  $12,900. ������.,'.  SCHOOL �� WYNOART ROADS: Only 4 of  these Duplex, lots left, Beautiful view  properties overlooking th* Bay. Clot* to  schools and shopping, All lots perfectly  suited to tld*-by-slde or up-down duplex  construction, Priced at $19,900 and  $16,500,  HWY 101 ft ARGENT, RDi 6/10 of an acre of  treed land in Robertt Creek two blockt from  the Masonic Hall. Two dwellings allowed on  the property, 100 feel of highway frontage  that would be ideal for domestic Industry  tit* with horn* behind, On hydro and  regional water. $14,9*00,  DAVIDSON ROADi 2/9 of an acre with a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge, This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  5rop*rty.  All  new   hornet  In   thlt  orea.  14,900,  TUWANEKi 80 x 140 lot only one block to  bench. Pull vl*w #f th*, J^r Rf��*d �������*��� ���  mMnlty watur ayoilabl*, $9,��p0,,  SCHOOL RD: 1.56 acres ad|ac*nt to the  elementary school. Could be subdivided to  lots, On sewer and all services. $58,000,  HWY 101: Approximately 16 acres, 2nd  growth trees, level, great for a hobby farm,  Close to Gibsons. Good holding property  and priced at only $4,000 per acre. See this  now. Large acreage! are getting scarce,  $64,000.  CHASTER RDi Two acres of nicely treed,  level land across the street from Cedar  Orov* School, Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 acr* lott, Exc*ll*nt for hobby farm  or Investment, $30,000,  ARGENT RD: 2,7 fr**d acres In the heart of  Robartt Creek. 5 lot subdivision has been  approved, Excellent, soil and drainage,  Perfect for hobby farm or holding property.  $29,900,  MIDDLEPOINT HIGHWAY 101: ��17 acres  vacant land located on Highway 101,  Mlddlepolnt, 30�� miles from Gibsons.  Logging,road, not In u��e, through property,  Average subdivision size permitted 1/2  acre. Southerly, exposure and good view.  $38,300.  MIDDLEPOINT HIGHWAY 101: ��20 dcres  with lnsu|ated cottage |utt remodelled,  Located on Highway 101 In Mlddlepolnt  ��20 mllet from Glbtont, Average tubdlvltlon lis* permitted 1/2 acr*. Cottage  hat all services, southerly expoture and  view from higher elevation at rear.  $49,900.  HIOHWAY 1011 21 acret of gorg*6ui tried  property on Highway 101 directly across  from th* Sumhln* Coast Golf Court*, Al-C  zoning p*rml��s tubdlvltlon, dom*ttlc Industry, all types of animals, agriculture,  camptlte, public or commercial outdoor  recreation; drlv*><tri theatre' ���fc. 199,0007  I  LORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  JONMcRAE  885-3670  ANNE GURNEY  886-2164  CHRIS KANKA1NEN  885-3545.  ARNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  JAYVISSER  885-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  STEVE SAWYER  8852691  ���  ���  ��� PatteB-6 The Peninsula Times  July 11,1979  What price to pay?  :'. A house represents the  . largest single investment that  ���the average family will make  in its lifetime. And yet, the  average family embarks on  this transaction with very  little, or no experience and no  assurance that whatever  professional advice tiiey are  receiving is factual or com-  plete. (Remember, real estate  agents are paid by the seller  and their first duty is- to advance the interests of their  client.) For this reason, it is  critically important for a  ���-buyer to form an independent  {and educated) judgement  about the value of any house  that he' is considering for  [purchaser  ' 1. METHOD OF  EVALUATION  ' The  usual method  for  arriving at the value of a  ^single-family dwilling is the  COMPARATIVE   METHOD.  This method involves finding  , out what houses are actually  Tselling  for  and  comparing  7these houses with a particular  house offered for sale.  2. SELECTING HOUSES FOR  COMPARISON  Begin by selecting a house  that you would like to consider  _Jor_purchaj&e^(EoiL^e_puri.  pose of our discussion, this  house will be known as the  "subject" house.) Next, select  three or more houses that are!  SIMILAR to the subject house  and have SOLD RECENTLY.  Look for these houses in the  same neighbourhood as the  subject house or in similar  Fabulous WF lot with super  view.    Gunboat    Bay    in  _JPe n de r���_H a r to uj" qr e_a. _  Good building site. Asking  only $45,900.  FABULOUS INVESTMENT  61.5 acres plus ' approximately 700'* of  waterfrontage. '' Located  again in Gunboat Bay with  900 sq ft Panabode in  excellent condition, plus a  wharf. Property able to be  subdivided into lots.  Asking only $350,000. Will  consider all trades &  terms.  JEFF STEPHENSON  6��:tS8i-0t31  Home: 530-2682 .  Ks4  GREyFHIARS KMfym  neighbourhoods in the same  are.  Similar Houses: You are  looking for similar houses  because these will provide the  best indication of the value of  the subject house. For  example, you would not want  to compare an older - house  with a new house, or a two-  storey house with a bungalow.  The differences are too  substantial.for a valid comparison. - Remember, the  fewer the n differences, the  better the comparison._  Recent sales; You are  looking for recent sales  because you want an up-to-  date indication of-house -  values. The more recent the  sale, the more reliable it is as  an example of CURRENT  market values.  3. COMPARING SIMILAR  HOUSES.  No two houses are ever  identical. Even similar houses .  will have differences and you  should ask yourself "What are  these differences worth to  me?"  These differences may  relate to a physical feature t  such as lot size, construction,  state of repair, number and  size of > rooms, layout and  facilities, or to other important matters such as  qualify of the neighbourhood,  access to schools, shopping,  public transportation, and so  on.  If a particular difference is  in favour of the subject house,  you will make a "positive"  - adjustment in the price. If the  difference is in favour-of the-  house you are comparing, you  will make a "negative" price  adjustment.   Adjustmentsi-_In_many_L  - cases,-you will be able to  make a rough estimate of the  dollar value of individual  adjustments. If the ad- .  justment relates to a physical  feature such as an extra  bathroom, an extra bedroom,  garage or finished basement,  you can estimate the current  replacement cost of the  feature and add or subtract  this amount to or from-the  price of the subject house.  Note: The "value" of a,  physical feature, such as an  extra bedroom, may bear no  relation to its actual  replacement cost. For  example, a couple with two  children may not be willing to  pay anything extra for a  fourth bedroom, whereas a  couple with three children  may .pay, a substantial  premium for this space. In  most cases, however, the  ''cost" approach wttl give you  a minimal approximation of a  feature's value.  V  Mitten Realty Ltd  Where Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. A/ON 3A0 -  Next to the Gulf Station  ALLTYPESOF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza, Gibsons Eves: Call  886-2000 Norm Poter son 886-2607    7  , or Dennis Suveges 886-7264  MTh$ Property  Movers"  885-5171  DAVISBAY  DAVIS BAY VIBW HOMB /'-���''*��,  Now Is a n'ce time ta eo|oy the view of Georgia Strait, This  quality built 4 bedroom, 1200 sq ft home would be great to move,  Into now, with Its rumpus room and 2 stone fireplaces. Need  roorn for ah outdoor party? Np problem wlththe 2 sundecks you  can entertain a|l summer, Owner transferred wants action, F,P,  $66,000. Call Pat 0890171.  VIEW HOME DAVIS BAY 1-156  Excellent location, Ideally suited for large faniily. 3 bedroom,  ' full basement wllh games room, recreation room with fVeplaco,  Large living room with fireplace, big master bedroom with  ; ensuite tollut, Two car Carport w)lh sundeck above, Level land-  '; scaped lot wllh hothouse, To view by appointment only r���' FP  ,'$69,900. Call Pat, 008-5171.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  I  PAT MURPHY  885-9487  TREV GODDARD  806-2608  Homes  WHISPERI11 Drive by slowly and see what "Whisper" is all  about. It's situated on 3 acres with subdivision potential. You  can't miss it. It's on the way to Poropise Bay Campsite. Call Ray  Bernier, 885-5225 or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  Homes  WILSON CREEK WF   $32,000  2 bedroom A frame with loft  and- workshop.- partially  furnished on two of the most  beautiful lots near ^Mission  Creek. Wading distance to  Davis Bay beach, yet off the  highway on a private road.  Fifteen years left ' on  Dominion Lease. For ��� more  details contact Rene, 885-  9362.  RENE SUTHERLAND  Ray Bernier, Sales  Manager for Mitten Realty  Ltd., is please to advise  that Rene Sutherland has  joined us as a Sales  Representative.  Haying lived here with her  family for 12 years, Rene  brings, with her a. very  good knowledge of the  area. This has been shown  in the sales success she  has had in the short time  .she Ijqs been-with us,,Rene__  .looks forward to assisting  you in your Real Estate  needs. Please call her  anytime at 885-9362.  Homes  ROBERTSCREEK $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 craftrhanship  have created an inspiring  living space. Leaded glass  windows, cedar finishing  inside, paykay floors. ' A  sauna outside-that will seat  10 people. An outbuilding  which could be converted into  a guest cottage. This property  must- be seen if you . are  looking   for    acreage   with  _comf a ri Co 11 S.uzqn n_e.  Dunkerton-for app't to view,  885-3971.  SECHELT VILLAGE  $58,500  An orchard in the village.  Located just a few blocks  from       shopping,       tran  sportation and schools^ this  two bedroom gen has many,  many extras. Double windows, enclosed sun porch,  extra insulation, walnut buiIt-  ins and panelling, Harding  carpets, - top quality wail  coverings all in immaculate  condition. The garden is a  blaze of color and an enclosed vegetable garden is  waiting to be harvested. For  more information call Rene,  885-9362.  DAVIS BAY $64,500  $1400 price reduction. Immaculate 3 bedrooms,  landscaping and suhdeck 2nd  F/P in Rec room, 4th bdrm  and extra large workshop in  bsmt. An excellent buy. Drive-  by oh Laurel or phone for  app't to see. Emilie Henderson, 885-5383 or Ray  Bernier, 885-5225.  VILLAGE ACREAGE  This  attractive   13Q'  x  830'  paved  acreage  adjacent  to  Park   Rba~d~irT Hwy 101   Is"  presently  zoned   R4  but   is  suitable for future  development. It has an older  type, three bedroom home  which' .could be re-located.  For further information" call  Rene, 885-9362.  GIBSONS ACREAGE  2 -f acres of potential  development; land located at:  Highway 101 and Park Rd;  One of the few corner  properties left in the village.  Across from curling and  swimming, 1 block from  shopping centre. Priced at  $115,000.' Call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  WILSON CREEK $35,000  Semi-waterfront. A well  maintained 5 year old 2  bedroom house with an extra  large living and dining room  combination. The fridge and  stove and washer are included. Carport and storage  shed and a lovely landscaped  lot. This is a prepaid lease  with 15 years left. Suianne  Dunkerton will give you more  information on lease, 885-  3971.  SELMA PARK $14,000  17 years of lease left on this  land,_wiJh___youiL  own   two  bedroom home. A family size  kitchen with a view. Large  garden area ond a small  workshop. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more in  formation, 885-3971.  GRANTHAMS LANDING   .  $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 flodrsr 374 Tmfihished  basement, fridge. and stove  and new wood burner included. Close to the ferry,  schools, shopping and the  beach. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  3971.  Waterfront  REDROOFFS $59,900  Beautiful view from this  brand new 3 bdrm home on  75' waterfrontage. Secluded  area off Redrooffs Rd. Reqdy  for immed possession. Call  Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Hendersoh, 885-5383.  DAVISBAY . $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.  VIEWI VIEWI VIEWI  $2500 DOWN  For qualified buyers. Immed;  occupancy in quiet convenient Wilson Creek subdivision. $49,900; Further  details with Rqy Bernier, 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson,  885-5383.  HOPKINS reduced $79,000  A spectacular view and a  home with elegance and  comfort. Over 1700 sq. fl.  on two levels, ' two  bedrooms, a large living  and dining room set off by  _ cathedralLJ:eili.ngs__an_d_1Q_  heatilator fireplace.  Kitchen is bright and  spacious. A 36 x 11' cedar  sundeck to enjoy the  landscaped garden.  Property is all fenced; All  this and close to ferries.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton,  885-3971.  SECHELT VILLAGE       $45,000  Centrally located immaculate  3 bedroom home. Spacious  - kitchen_with^JotS-jof_slpjngcje_  area. Fireplace which is  shared by the living room and  the dining room. Lovely  garden with fruit trees,  berries, flowers and  vegetables. Aluminum 10 x  10 ft. garage. Close to  schools, shopping and the  park. Phone Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  .3971. .  SELMA PARK $13,000  Two bedrooms in this 600 ��_  saTTft. home. Combination  dining room and kitchen add  to the cozy atmosphere. The  fridge, stove, washer and  dryer are also included. This  is on lease land and has 16  years left, Call Suzanne  Dunkdrton for more information.  t  Waterfront acreage ��� 16  acres ��lake frontage. Two  bedrm house and guest  cottage, 2 floats and  boathouse. Private Bay.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  SECHELT $25,500  Quiet,'large double ended lot  across from small Marina.  Beautiful  view.  TUWANEK   WATERFRONT  LOTS  Side by side beauties ��� 110'  of waterfrontage priced at  $26,500 AND 95' of waterfrontage priced at $25,000.  Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance  these properties.  ���WEST SECHELT  Two lots side by side locgted  on NorWestBay Rd. Priced at  $12,500 and 9,500. Both lots  are serviced with water,  hydro and cable. Buy  separately of try an offer on  both lots. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  WEST PORPOISE BAY  $9,900  Nice level lot located close to  vlllqge. This lot Is selectively  ,  cleared and ready to, build on,.  Water fl, Hydro. Contact Terry .  Brackett, 885-9865.  DAVISBAY $15,500.  A short walk to the best  swimming and fishing on the  Coast. Nicely sloping cleared  lot, good garden soil, in qn  area of well 'kept homes.  Beautiful view across  Georgia,Strait to Vancouver  Island, To view, cal) Don or  Rene  Sutherland,,, 885-93627  TUWANEK $9,000  View lot close to beach,  overlooking Lamb's Bay.  Vendor will carry agreement  for salo. For more details, call  Rene 885-9362.  tots  GARDEN BAY EST.    $13,500  Just listed MLS - super view  lot in sub-division of beautiful  homes. Pie-shaped with nice  fiat rock bluff - excellent for  building. Ray 'Bernler,, 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson,  885-5225.  PENDER HARBOUR    $12,500  Lgrge view lot on Malcolm Rd.  Site already cleared for  building, serviced with  regional water and hydro.  Trailers permitted. Also  beach access close by. Call  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  SANDY HOOK $13,500  One of the nicer potential  view lots In Sandy Hook, this  one has a private paved road,  water and hydro In, approved  percolation, and a 16x24'  storage shed. Ideal for  recreational property, close  to boat launch, or. fof a  permanent residence.  Trailers permissible. For  rnoro details, call Rene at  885-9362,  Business Opportunities  Drycleaning Business situated In Gibsons & Sechelt. No  competition. Ideal family operation. Priced to sol). For more  information, please call Ray. Bernler, 885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-538$.  KEATS ISLAND  This 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.  SELMA PARK $16,000  Lqrge view lot with southern  exposure. Close tp beach.  Access Is from both Greer  Road and Highway. Call  Suzanne  Dunkerton,   885-  3971;  FRANCIS PENINSULA  $10,000.  Just listed MLS. Excellent  Bldg. lot In now sub-division,  water & hydro, septic approval. Near Gerrons Bay -  good fishing I Emilie Henderson, 885-5383, or Ray  Bernler, 885-5225.  ROBERTSCREEK        $18,500  Beautiful large view lot with  94 ft.' pn the creek. Perflation has already been  approved, Centrally located  to shopping, schools and  beach. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  WINN RD. - GIBSONS $15,000  Here is a lot with everything.  Extra large & services,  southern exposure to water  and mountain view. Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to  view, 885-3971.  WAKEFIELD RD. $16,750  Two beautiful side by side  yiew lots bordering on  Wakefield Creek. Good  building sites, close to  village. For more Info, call  Rene  Sutherland,   885-9362.  Industrial  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL  PARK  Now selling ��� light Industrial, service,, commercial. Located on Highway 101 In the village of  Gibsons, Seamount Industrial Park provides a  mixed package of lots and  acreage sites. Reasonably  priced, fully serviced with  347-600 volt three phase  power, sewer, water,  paved roads and street  lighting. Lot sizes start at  50 x 150, $12,950. Call  Kene Sutherland, 885-  9362.  RAY BERNIER  8^1225  CORRY ROSS   mi  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  ���siss��sMsss��issnsisM|issssMsn  West Vancouver  1306 Marine Drive  RENE SUTHERLAND    tmnmm  mmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmm-m  TERRY BRACKETT  8BS.W8  EMILIE HENDERSON  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  fi8-3f7T  TERRI HANSON  m-ms-  OTHER OFFICES  TO,SERVE VOU  Vancouver  '. 3343Klngsway  MEMBEk OP "REIOCATION SERVICES CANADA'' RIPERRAl SYSTEM  Surrey  10474 137th St.  Langley  20365 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4776 Morlne Avenus  1 Times Crossword -byJoMeinyk  !���  2  3  7  5  6  7   ,  e  9  1  ,0  u  12  TT"  14  '  .  ."  ��  17  - -  -  M  19  .-  -  n  20  ���  ,  ���  "  i  "  -'  24  ^  1  -  .^H  V  24  2��  1  ���  r  3��' '  i?  3.  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Wednesday, July 11,1979  The Peninsula Times  CUTTING  IT  by  Gisela  Heinemann,  Doubleday 1979, $12.50  " ROSIE by Ellen Frankfort, Doubleday  1979, $11.50  CUTTING IT is the story of people in  the New York garment industry. It ls a  _ltougb business, operating-largely on the _.  . instincts of its buyers to read the market.  The. owners, designers and the sales  people work in a highly competitive,  community of mostly Jewish business men  and women born into the i constant  pressures, of getting out the best-selling >  "line" of the next season. >,  Laura is owner-designer of a small but  tough little garment factory on Seventh  Avenue. As the cover symbolizes, her life  ^s coming apart at The seams. Arusf  hubby, Robert, stays at home minding the  kids and dabbling in oils while doing a  little philandering on the side.  During one of their frequent fights,,  Robert takes Laura up on the "maybe we  should get a divorce" routine. He leaves.  She copes. Enter Jewish mother.  Laura's story is not a patch on that of  her employees. Paul is an out-of-the-closet  homosexual whose fading charms are  turning him into a pathetic old queen.  Magda is a zingy dance hall Annie  desperate to catch a man.  The book reads Uke watching an hour  long Rhoda special. Tragic: situations  become hilarious. Bizarre events seem  normal; But in CUTTING IT, everything  ���does not turn out well-at the end of the  program. Paul does not find his youth.  Magda does not get her man and Laura  does not end up a gay divorcee. All of them  do what ordinary people do, they somehow  survive.  It is a readable novel that would make a  great TV special. Along with its humour,  there are revealing behind-the-scenes  views of the big city garment industry.  ROSIE is a serious business. It is a  reporter's journal of her investigation into  ~ the illegal abortion death of Rosaura  Jiminez in McAllen, Texas. Ellen Frand-  fort documents her search into the circumstances leading to the reason why, in a  -state-which-offers-legal-abortions,-this- -  young women should die of Clostridium-  perfingens sepsis caused by filthy conditions of the abortionist. Not satified that  she "got a Mexican abortion", the  reporter reviews the case.  Her attempts to question the medical  men who treated Rosie leads her nowhere.  Interviewing the woman's friends leads  her to the abortionist and the cause of  Rosie's unncessary death. The abortionist  who was also a partera or midwife, was set ,  the act of selling and about to perform an  illegal abortion. The cause of Rosie's  death was due in part to the fact that  Medic-aid had ceased funding for legal  abortidns"ahd Rosiecouldnbtafford to ga  to the hospital.  The abortionist was charged with first  degree murder and given a three-day  sentence and a $100 fine. She continues her  business in McAllen, Texas. Author  Frankfort, outraged by the inaction,  ~writes-her-book_which-presents both the  social and the legal issues. She commits  not only five per cent of her royalties to a  fund for poor women like Rosie, but also  her personal interest in a problem that  plagues pro and ahti abortionists alike.  PageB-7  VOLKERKAEML1NG  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  *Pre-Treatment of Buildings Undor Construction  * For guaranteed control off Carpenter Ants, Rodents, Skunks and  other Pests.  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  ^iT     *)$m  883-2531  GOOD SELECTION - GOOD VALUES!  For Ford Parts,  Call Our New  Parts Manager-  KEN BEGG  At 885-3281.  Ask For Parts.  ��� Genuine Ford Parts  ��� Full Service Department  ���* Red Carpet Leasing :  ��� Full Line Ford & Mercury  ��� Ford Motor Credit Financing  ��� C.I.B.C. Dealer Plan Financing  We Have A  GOOD  SELECTION  of Used Cars,  trucks, & Vans.  Check Into our Red Carpet Lease Plan for Individuals, as well as Companies. Why tie  up working capital? We have 12.24,36. & 48 month Lease Plans tailored to suit  your individual needs.  '%efew#;fc V^J&st&toi  Sunshine Coast Business  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  ' Rotor Lather Service lor Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  * Valve ond Seat Grinding  ' All Makes Serviced     , Dalsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  885-5181  E.E. [Mickey! COE  VILLAGE MOTORS LTD.  AMC - JEEP ��� RENAULT  26B0 Arbutus St at 12th Ave.,  Vancouver B.C. 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LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck '��� Backhoe ��� Col  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-5392  JOHN DENHAM  Building & Remodelling  Box 1664, Sechelt, B.C.  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  R.W. [Bob] Rogers  Coast Insulation Company  886-9297  INSULATION ��� INSTALLATION  Fiberglass Batts Blown In Insulation  RESIDENTIAL (New & Existing Houses) A  Commercial  J.F.W. CONTRACTING  ��� RENOVATIONS * ADDITIONS  ��� NEW HOMES  * CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS        .        �� DRYWALL  * SUNDECKS  "ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED"  886-8071  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Teh 886-2938 or 885-9973  ' Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  CB. CONTRACTORS  Complete Building Insulating  Interior & Exterior Painting  Roofing, Shakes & Apshalt Shingles  FRIG ESTIMATES  885-9272  ELECTRICIANS (confd)  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Residential & Commorcial'Wirlng  ��� Pole Lino Installations  -  Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062 R|ck Sim  ROBHAGAR  Electrical Contracting  RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL  Eves: 886-9261 Days: 886-2756  GLASSWORKS  ANTHOR GLASS CO. LTD.  885-2153 Sechelt  WINDOWS �� STORM WINDOWS ��� STORM  DOORS  MIRRORS ��� SLIDINO MIRROR WARDROBE  DOORS  MIRRORED BATHROOM CABINETS * CUSTOM  WINDOWS  SLIDING PATIO DOORS * & INSTALLATION  Dunne Thorstelnson  FLOORING* CABINETS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  5howroom In Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  KENDeVRIEMSONLTD.  FLOORCOVIRINGS  CARPETS. TILES . LINOLEUMS . DRAPES  OIBSONS �� SECHELT  8853424  FLOORING ���CABINETS  CARPETS��� CABINETS ��� FLOORING  SHOWROOM AT SEAVIEW PLACE  886-2417 922-2017  HEATING  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning.  , 885-2466.   LANDSCAPING  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPINO  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO    Free Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPINO  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willi. Takoha.hl  Call after six 885-9890  ALEX'S LAWN �� GARDEN  MAINTENANCE  FRII ISTIMATIS  !|,-."-...   :..:&.!���.   ���"..���..^-,   "ii.lf..  ml^m R-'R   ."iff % ^af,|... .^WsJ^^-llfr-.-.Q.;,,., ��� .    ^ .-..,�� , - j,^ ,w -..J .4.,,.^-...  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  706IGIIIeyAve. Burnaby  REFRIGERATION  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  SALES a SERVICE  To stores, olflces. restaurants, A marine  GOV'T CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN  883-9461 883-2648  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scoff aiding, Rock Drills, rower Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2685  at Francis Peninsula Road  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  Roofing Supply Centre  886-2489  TIRES  ���1  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Boh 13, Olbsons, B,C,  886-2700  SALES A SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, B;30 om to 3:30 pm  .,  Friday evening by appointment only   It Pays To Use The Times' Directory Advertising -K  \ '  a  . ijiftte' you 12 to 18 years, old? Are you  bbted? Tired of TV, shopping, playing  baseball by yourself, staring out the  Window, at the rain?  ;.'��� Well have we got a place for you! We're  opening a teen drop in centre but we don't  know what you want to do so "drop in" and  tell -us.  Do you want to go on a hike, play  baseball, go on a canoe trip or just talk.  It's up to you to tell us what you want to do.  Sechelt hospital auxiliary  "'.���-: The . last meeting of the Sechelt  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital before the  ��� summer break was well attended with 36  "members present. The members warmly  welcomed four new members,  Cherry  CBC radio  Replacing the popular Arts Review at  1:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Friday a new  series from Vancouver called Diversions.  Clip for July programs.  July 10 ��� Interview with Leonard  Cohen. July 11 - "The Car We Had to  Push" by James Thurber. July 12 ��� Interview with Ken Mitchell. July 13 ��� "The  Green Man" by Kingsley Amis. July 17 ���  Interview with Nigel Nicolson. July 18 ���  "Draft Board Nights" by James Thurber.  July 19���Interview with Dorothy Livesey.  July 20 ��� "The Nielson Chocolate Factory" by Irene Friedman. July 21 ��� Interview with Hugh Maclennan. July 25 ���  - ''The Night the Ghost Got In" by James  Thurber. July 26 ��� Interview with An-  _Jhony_Burgess._rJuly_JI^=J!Cnards!M)y_  Sholem Aleichem. July 31 - "The.Old  Friends" by Mavis Gallant.  FM RADIO  Audience: Saturdays at 7:05 p.m. July  programs produced in Vancouver.  July 14 ��� Memoirs of Madame de la  Tour du Pin a Bastille Bay feature by. J.J.  McColl. Leslie Jones piano ��� Mozart  Sonata in E flat; Debussy, Piossons D'Or.  Conversations with painters ��� Jack Wise.  July 21���The Grussau Manuscripts by  Nigel Lewis ��� the rediscovery of a  remarkable collection of artistic  documents including original scores of  Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert Stephen  Savage, piano ��� Beethoven Sonata in A  flat_maJor._ "Winter in July" a story by  Doris Lessing.  July 28 ��� The Hollywood Dream  Machine ��� A documentary study of the  way it processes books, movies and music  ��� by Sylvia Spring and Bill Nemtin.  Music by Webern, Badings and Berry.  John Loban, violin; Wallace Barry piano.  Hard Times and the Arts ��� One year of  austerity, a view from Max Wyman.  CBC network program guide can be  picked up at this newspaper office.  Cooper, Jane Pettiplace, Alice Ouelett and  Em Skagfjord,  Peggy Connor gave a report on the very  successful Spring Luncheon. Thanks  were extended to all the members who  worked so hard on this project.  Reports were received by the various  committee chairman who gave brief,  summaries of the in-service activities the  members provide for the hospital patients.  -Volunteers ^re_always jyelcome in any  area, especially flower care," pTiysioparid-  extended care departments. Will you  help?  A most complete and interesting report  was read on the convention in Vancouver.  Have you seen the new drapes in the  Children's ward? They were purchased by  this Auxiliary and add a gay. touch to this  area of the hospital.  . Judy Steele can use more volunteers to  sell raffle tickets in the Mall, Phone her at  886-2728 and give her a helping hand.  At the close, bf the meeting tea was  served and the members had a chance to  seethe hazaar items that have been made  and to hear how the project is progressing.  Do use the vacation to make craft items,  jams, jellies and pickles, to dry herbs and  "kniri^nous sale^itenisTTlememl^T^the'  . bazaar is to be held on November 24 in the  Senior Citizens Hall and all members are  needed to make it a success.  The first meeting after the summer will  be held on September 13 at 1:30 p.m. in St.  Hilda's Hall. The winning ticket on the  quilt will be drawn then.  Have a grand summer, I'll see you at  the .September meeting.      ��� KayPurdy  We're working with a, grant from -  Young Canada Works for two workers.  The project is sponsored by the Wilson  Creek Community Association and is  coordinated by the Interagency Task  Force on Youth. The teen centre was  started last year at Wilson Creek and was'  extremely successful so this year it's our  turn.  Come, starting Thursday, July 12 to  GibsonsiElementary School on Tuesdays  from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m, and Thursdays from  12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Roberts Creek  Elementary School on Mondays.from 12  p.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays from 6 p.m. to  11 p.m. If you have any questions phone  Elizabeth at 886-2777.  As well, for those of you in the Pender  Harbour area; come starting Thursday,  July 12 to, Pender Harbour Secondary  School on Tuesdays and Thursdays from  12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and on Wednesdays and  Fridays from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. If you have  any questions phone Kella at.883-9952.  M  SUMMER HOURS  STORE: 7 DAYS A WEEK  10 AM-6 PM  Groceries Sundries CloverdLale Paint ft Paper  ICE CREAM PARLOUR  7 DAYS A WEEK 10 AM- 6 PM  FRL & SAT. -'til 8 PM  CoriM Banana All products mad* with natural  Splits Sundaes        flavours and raal whipping cr��am  SEAVIEW MARKET  UPTOWN ROBERTS CREEK  1  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  ���* ********************* *********************** **********************  SUNCOAST CHRYSLER  GOOD  ���BgS^'f  GAS MILEAGE  .*"&"SS  '��S*3?  Is fitness Important?  Ask any body.  S7"��- **2 '*��**  SEE THESE FANTASTIC IMPORTS  TODAY  CYUi  "dor.  We may not have some of these vehicles currently in stock But they are READILY AVAILABLE  *****  **l  **l  **  **l  **l  **l  **l  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  *.*  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  pafmcipacnon^��  The CtnsMiiart movement for period) litnesi  NEXT TO ST MARY'S, SECHELT DL2180  You Are The Winner, When You Shop Suncoast Chrysler.  885-5111  Construction  ��i!;ytfS��aS��;t3^SS^  Services Ltd  GENERAL CONTRACTORS     CUSTOM HOMES  AND RECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENT  JoItUl^Hi   WUKIflAJLli ooO*/oUo  mm  J  i   i \    _  HbHCl  ^rf^UgW      |^_g^g|^^^^ _________________________ _^^^^^,^^^^. ______________________  SPOBT  SectiwC  Wednesday, July_11,_1QIQ_  TSagesTM  Don't miss this!!  Beachcombers vs.  the 'Creek ladies  Back by popular demand, the how-  famous game between "the Beachcombers" and the Roberts Creek Ladies  Softball Team will once again kick off,  Roberts Creek Daze at Roberts Creek  Elementary this Friday, July 13, at 6:45  p.m. It promises to be a good match as  both sides are looking forward to proving  their supremacy after last year's tie  game, and there are always a few "curves" thrown in for fun.  Last year's game was a tremendous  success, one of the highlights of the Daze  festivities. People are still talking about  the "grapefruit, pitch", to_ "Relic"_ Bob  Clothier. And the shock of seeing the  Roberts Creek ladies (?) in their "street"  wear doing a different kind of "hustling  out on the diamond. And who can forget  the sweet-faced "Patsy" brought in as a  ringer on third base? Or the outrageous  behavior of the, ribald but mopheaded  cheerleaders "showing their stuff" on the  sidelines?  It's a good time for participants and  spectators alike so come along and join in  the fun.. You'd hate to have missed it!  Men's fastball  Weldwood spoiling for pennant  The 1979 schedule of the Sunshine Coast  Senior Men's Fastball League is winding  down to its last weeks with a dog fight  shaping up for league pennant honors..  With just three league games  remaining, the Weldwood club has just a  one-half game lead over the defending  champions Cedars Inn.  The Ken-Mac Parts club is lodged in  third place but can act as a spoiler for the  Weldwood team who are looking for their  first title in more than ten years.  League games in ~thefinafr-week:  Tuesday, July 10 Ken-Mac vs. Wanderers,  I  Wednesday, July 11 Weldwood vs. Ken-  Mac, Thursday, July 12 Cedars v. Wanderers.  All games commence at 6:30 p.m. and  will be at Brothers Park in Gibsons.  Play-offs will commence the following  week with the first place team playing the  fourth place team, and second playing  third in a best of three semi-final.   STANDINGS P    W    L  Pet.  Weldwood 12     9     3    .750  Cedars Inn 14  Ken-Mac- r-.-t-.~r=-.���-.-���.-= 11  Wanderers 13  Second off a series  Hiking Trails of  10      4  _5 6.  1    12  .714  NEW HOURS \  OPEN ALL HOLIDAYS 5  From the new book (available at  _454-_JMflfetpres)^by_Rita_Percheson,_JEam-  .073 Gross and Sandy Barrett, illustrated by  Robert Jack with permission of Harbour  Publishing, Madeira Park.  ACCESS: Take Garden Bay Road from  Highway 101 two miles to the old garbage  dump road. This road is not marked but it  is the first on your left after Oyster Bay  Road.  1  9-6 P.n/k  MONDAY-SATURDAY, 9 A.M. - 9  SUNDAY, d AM .6P.M.  P.M.  HIKING TIME: Ope hour to the top, which?  is 1% miles frpm?Garden Bay Road. Th^  rldescent takes somewhat less time.  DESCRIPTION: Intermediate. This old  logging road takes a fairly direct route up  the-mountain and is easily followed,  though whippy young alders are crowding  the roadbed. The only part of the road that  is difficult to find is near the beginning,  just past the area of stumps. Follow the  map closely to find the entrance to the trail  through the alders. Just before the top of  the road, which is also the top of the  western peak, you will see a fifty foot rock  ^MLto_youMeft._JVe_ suggest you make  your own way up this bluff to take full  advantage of the view.  POINTS OF INTEREST: The eastern  peak of Mount Daniel was for years the  scene of puberty rites practiced by the  Sechelt Indian maidens. At the time of  puberty these girls were isolated to the  mountain top for four months. During this  time communication with the rest of the  tribe was cut off, except for the daily visit  of the older women bringing food. ,  While in isolationihese girls used smo6tl  stones to construct large circles twenty to  thirty feet across. These circles,, called  "Moon Rings", were symbolic of the  7 moon. TheTIndians* beliefsTwereJtrongly__  involved with that planet's influence.  Every evening at dusk a girl would begin  ���her ritual with her Moon Ring, lifting each  stone in turn and talking to it as though it -  were the moon. By dawn each stone would  have had its turn and the ritual was  finished. Evidence of these rings can still  be seen on the mossy peak.  Mary Saul, a local Indian woman who  participated in these rites as a girl, smiled  at her recollections of conversion to  Catholicism. For her the transition was  easy, as telling a rosary was so similar to  the Moon Ring ritual!  The young men of the tribe also had  similar rituals which they performed in  isolation on Mount Cecil. Their constructions of stones were in the form of  serpents, symbolic of fatherhood.  Mount Daniel has two peaks, with the  old logging road winding up the west peak.  The eastern peak, with its fascinating  history, has no trail though several people  have climbed up its side from Oyster Bay  Road.  From the western peak a splendid view  of the many lakes, lnlejts�� and islands can  be enjoyed. Directlyi^below is Garden Bay  Lake which was sacred to the young Indian women. Katherine Lake, Mlxal Lake,  and the intriguing coastline of Pender  Harbour can also be seen.  W Sechelt  Mini-Bronco  Champs  West Sechelt claimed the Mini-Bronco  League Champlonahtpa recently after  winning nine ot 11 season games.  The baseball team of nlnc-to-11 year-  olds was presented with the trophy  following a tournament June 23. Ralph  Phillips and Carl Kohuch coached the two  year-old team to victory playing against  four other teams In the league.  Team players who pulled together to  win the trophy were Bryan Poulsen,  Darren Kohuch, Kelly Cousins, Danny  Flott, Vince Phillips, David Rodgera, Lisa  Vignal, Steven Pollock, Jimmy Nicholson,  Mien Phillips, Michael Rodgers, Jenny  Pike and Louis Vignal.   .....  Ladies golf  in Jnly Jr putting competton, Audrey  McKanii* waa low with 28 while Helan  Milburn and Eleanor Donn tied for second  with 32.  * Thursday July 12 the Third Team will,  travel to Langara.  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Another World  Daytime  Programs  Discontinued  for Summer  News    '  ' Adam-12  Movie:  OSS - 117  Donahue  Cont'd;  Love of Life  All in Family  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd. "  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30'  Edge of Night  Take 30  1 Western  Summer -  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Call Of  School Broad.  Take 30  Western   ���  Summer   Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Across  This  Double Agent  Cont'd.   - ���  Popeye  ���Fllntstones  HUlbilUes  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  'Gong Show  Cont'd.  Behind Scene  Party Game  T.B.A.  4:00\  4:30  5:00  5:30  This is Law  Film- Canada  Part. Family '  All in Family  $6,000,000  Man  News  Cont'd.  the Wild  Cont'd.  Make Me Laugh  News  Sanford & Son  Price is  Right  News  Mike Douglas  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Land  Cont'd.  Hollywood  Wlnsday  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Munsters  ���  GiUigan's-. Island  I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I Love Lucy .  Andy Griffith  Merry Melodies  Bewitched  News  Cont'd.  6:00  .6:30  7:00  7:30  News  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Baseball:  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  P.M. Northwest  Hollywood   Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Evergreen Ex.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  Baseball:  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Newlywed Game  Joker's Wild   News  Cont'd.  Football:   ��  B.C. at  Studio  See  Dick Cavett  News  Dad's Army  Soccer:  Seattle at  New York  Cont'd.  Newlywed Game  Dating Game  Joker's  Wild  Tic Tac Dough  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Confd.  8:00  -8:30-  9:00  9:30  Milwaukee  -at Toronto  Confd.  Confd.  8 is Enough  -Conf dr'   Charlies  Angels ���  Bob Hope  -Confd.   Movie:  Sword of  San Francisco  -ar-Montreal"  Confd.  Cont'd.  Family_Fe_ud_  "Say Never  Movie:  Rendezvous  Saskatchewan  "ConPdl"  "  Confd.  Cont'd:   .  -Meeting- of���  Minds  Performances  Confd.  -Element  Unknown  Panthertain.  Confd.  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd. ���  Movie;  Tracings:  , 1Q:00  10:30  .11:00  11:30  Confd.  T.B.A.  National News  Night Final  Confdi    .  Confd.  -News  Police Woman  Justice  Cont'd.  News  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  News  Confd.  Hotel  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  Uganda   ,  Sha Na,Na  News  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Advocates  Cont'd.  News  Dating Game  Chico tt Man  Gong Show  Medical  Center  T.B.A.  Late Movie  The Fraser  Story  Sports Page  Confd.  Thursday, July 12  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  Sum. Unlimited  Search for Tom.  ..On the.  Evidence  All My Children  Confd.  1 Life-To Live.  Confd.  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  - Confd.    -  Anotner  Daytime  Programs  Discontinued  for summer  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Jessica  Donahue  Confd.  Love Of Life  All in Family  All  My  Children  Vancouver    -i  Cont'd.- - -   M  2:00  2:30  -3:00  3:30  Edge of Night  30 From  Western  Summer  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  1,000,000  Mr. Dressup -  Take 30  Western  Summer  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  World  Confd.  Movie:  War of  Confd.  Cont'd.  Popeye  .Fllntstones  Hillbillies  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Gong Show.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Family at War  Con't.  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  This is Law  Kids Only  Part. Family  All in Family  $6,000,000 Man.  Confd.  News  Confd.  Years B.C.  Cont'd.  Make Me Laugh  News   -  Sanfordi & Son  Price is Right  Confd.  News  Mike Douglas  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Monsters  Confd.  $6,000,000 Man  Cont'd.  Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Munsters       <  Gilllgan's Island  I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Spiderman  Bewitched  News    i  Cont'd.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Bookers  Cont'd.  Confd.   -  Horseman  Riding By.  Confd.  Confd.  Seattle  Match Game  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Kid! Galahad  Confd.  Mary T. Moore"  Newlywed Game  Joker's WUd  News  Cont'd.  Angie  Peter Pringle  Studio See  Dick Cavett  News  Stepping Out  Bewitched  '  My 3 Sons  Andy Griffith  Bob Newhart  Newlywed Game  Dating ��� Game  Joker's Wild  Tic Tac Dough  $20,000 Pyramid  Family Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Mork & Mindy  King Kens.  Edward Vn  Confd.  Mork &  Angie  Barney  MUler  Mindy  Project UFO  Cont'd.  guincy  onfd.  Confd.  Confd.  Hawaii 5-0  Confdi  Animals  Dr, Seuss  Hawaii 5*0  Confd.  The  Waltons  Confd.  Live It Up  Soap   Nova  Cont'd.     ,  Marie Curie  Cont'd.  Donna. Fargo  Marty Bobbins  Dolly  Pop' Country  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Nana'  Mouskourl  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Dallas  Cont'd.  National News  Night  Final  20/20  Cont'd.  News  St.  tt Hutch  Man  Undercover  News  Tonight Show  Barnaby  Jones  News  Confd.  Barnaby Jones  Cont'd.  News  Pan Am. Games  Sweepstakes  Confd.  News  Cont'd.  Dial 9  Cont'd.  Cinema B.C.  Joe Garcia  News  Dating Game  Chico tt Man  Gong Show  Medical  Center  Confd.  2's Company  Pam. Am. Games  Man  Undercover  Sports Page  Confd.  Due golf tournament  In the true spirit of Roberts Creek  Daze, the First Annual Roberts Creek  Daze Golf Tournament is really an "open"  event. Any golfer playing at the Sunshine  Coast Golf and Country Club this Saturday, July 14, will qualify for. the competition.  And not only the best score wins ���  there are prizes for hidden scores as well.  Players without official handicaps will be  rated under thh Calloway system.  So whether you're a regular 27-holer or  somebody who just enjoys the walk, come  to this scenic course and join the Daze  celebrations.  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  CHMSTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School' each Sunday  . at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  A11 in St. John 's'UrtiiedCkurch,  Davis Bay  ��� Phone 885-3157, 886-7882,          :  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514   :  ���  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  -  _^'    .        -         .     ���      j_  ,11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  friday, July 13  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL. 5  CHANNEL e  CHANNEL 1.  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  13:00  12:30  1:00  - 1:30  Sum. Unlimited  Search for Tom.  On the  Evidence  All My  Children  1 Life  to Live  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  News  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  News  ��� Alan Hamel  Confd.    .  Another  Daytime  Programs  Discontinued  for Summer  News  Adam 12  Movie:  . The Enforcer  Donahue  Confd.  Love of Life  All in FamUy  All My  Children  Vancouver  Cont'd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Edge of Night  30 From  Western  Summer  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Sing Boy Sing  Mr. Dressup  Take 30  Western  Summer  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  World  Confd.  Movie:  Seminole .  ***  Confd.  Cont'd.  Popeye  Fllntstones  HUlbilUes  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  .  Gong Show  Confd.  Confd.  Family at War  Cont'd.  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  This ls Law  Kids Only  Part. Family- -.  All in Family  $6,000,000  Man  - News    " -  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Make-Me Laugh  News  Sanford tt Son  Price ls Right   '  Confd.   -   -   - _  News  Mike Douglas  Cont'd.  -News  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  $6,000,000  Man  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  -  Electric Co.  Munsters  GiUigan's  Island  I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke  Funorama  Brady Bunch  >I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Spiderman  Bewitched  News  Confd.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  P.M.   Northwest  Seattle  Incredible  Inventors  Muppet Show  Hollywood Sqs.  Hulk  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's  WUd  News  Cont'd.  Oper.  Petticoat  Circus  Studio See _  Dick Cavett  News  Gardening  Bewitched _  My 3 Sons  Andy Griffith  Bob Newhart  Newlywed J2ame.  Datlng Game  Joker's WUd  Tic Tac Dough  $20,000 -Pyramid _  FamUy Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd.  8:00 All In Family        BasebaU:  8:30 Challenge Teams T.B.A.  9:00 John Cameron      Cont'd.  9:30 Language Confd.   Diffrent Strokes  Hello  Larry  Eddie Capra  Mysteries   King Kens.  ChaUenge  Summer Variety  Watch Language  Incredible  Hulk  Dukes of  Hazzard  Diffrent Strokes  Hello Larry  Dukes of  Hazzard  Wn. Review  Wall Street  Theatre  Confd.  Movie:  King Kong  Confd.  Confd.  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Eddie Capra  Mysteries  10:00     Across Canada      Cont'd.  10:30 <   Cdn. Authors        Cont'd.  -11 -.00���National-News News  11:30     Night Final Soap  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  ~~**lews~~  Tonight Show-  Wonder  Woman_  "News"  Cont'd.  Dallas  .Cont'd.���  News  Pan Am.  Games  Rockford  -FUes   News  Cont'd.  Clouds of  -Witness   -  Austin City  Confd.  News  Dating Game  Chlco tt Man  Gong  Show  Medical  Center  Dr. in House  Pam Am. Games  Confd.  Cont'd.  Sports-Page  Confd.  Saturday, July 14  CHANNEL 2 -  -     CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Sports  Weekend  Am.  Bandstand  Baseball:  Sportsweekend  Cont'd.  Space  Academy  Feel Like  Fall of Eagles  Movie:  Space  Academy  100 Huntley St.  12:30  Action  Teams T.B.A.  Fat Albert  Dancin'  Confd.  Those Who  Fat Albert  Confd.  1:00  Confd.  U.S. Women's  Confd.  Confd.  Ark H  Joyce Kelly  Movie:  Think Young  Perspective  Merrie  Melodies  1:30  Cont'd.  Golf  Confd.  Confd.  Film Festival  McGowan  League of  Confd.  Outlook  Private Life  2:00  Confd.  Bonkers  Week In BaU  Cont'd.  Pan American  Discover  Gentlemen  Movie:  700 Club  Money. Talk -.  2:30  Confd.  Untamed World  Movie:  Confd.  Games  You Tell Us  Confd.  Tarzan the  Confd.  Wrestling ��� - ���"���������-���  3:00  Mr. Chips  Tennis  The Boy  Golden Years  Confd.  Wrestling  The Originals  Fearless  Honeymooners  Cont'd.--^ ,- ;-*  GaTstown :\ - 7 ���  3:30  Reach for Top  . Cont'd.  10' Tall  Travel  Confd.  Confd.  Belle of  Confd.  Monkees  4:00  Movie:  Confd.  Confd.  Marcus  Bowling  World of  Amherst  Twilight Zone  Funorama  Theatre  4:30  The Man from  Confd.  Tony the Pony  Welby  Western  Sports  Confd.  Cont'd.  Our Gang \  Confd.  5:00  Colorado  World  Sports Legends  Discover  Bowling  Confd.  Evening  Bionic  Ruff House  Confd.  5:30  Confd.  of Sports  News  Cap. Comment  News  Cont'd.  at Pops  Woman  Child's Film  Global Weekend  6:00  News  . Confd.  Cont'd.  News  News  News  Meeting of  Star Trek  Weekend  . Lively ��� Country  6:30  ���Together.  News - -- ���  Animal World ���  Stan Kann  -   AmrLife Style  -Start-Kamr���.  -Minds ~-r ���  Cont'd.:         t  Cont'd.  "Nashville  7:00  Paper Chase  Lawrence   Welk  Wild Kingdom  Chips  $1.98 Beauty  Project U.F.O,  Nova  Hee Haw  Name That Tune  Western Front  7:30  Confd.  Confd.  Gong Show  Cont'd.  Family Feud  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Cont'd.  8:00  Creatures  Battlestar  Chips  Cdn. Variety  Bad News Bears  Movie:  2 Ronnies  Confd.  Young Tom  Confd.  8:30  Great tt Small  Galactlca  Cont'd.  Show Biz  St. Channlng  The PYX  Dad's Army  Nashville  Edison  Cont'd.  9:00  Movie:  Love Boat  Sword of  Movie:  Movie:  Cont'd.  Musical  Comedy  Cont'd,  Country N.W.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Love Boat  ���9:30~  ���Golden���Rod" ���" '  ���   Cont'd.  "Justice  "Golden Rod  nuncno ; ueiuxe     wiuu.  ' Cont'd.  10:00  Cont'd.  Fantasy  Supertrain  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Fantasy  Confd.  Movie:  To Sir  2nd City T.V.  10:30  Confd.  Island  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Island  4 Freshmen  The King & I  With Love  Sounds Good  11:00  . National News  News  .News  News  .Movie:  News  In Concert  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  Late Movie  Sat. Night  Cont'd.  Clambake  Cont'd.  Sign Off  Confd.  Late Movie  Cont'd.  No. 1 IN COLOR T.V,  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V,  ^^  STEREO ft APPLIANCES  8859816 |N THE WW OF SECHELT cwri.s..  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  r~  Sunday, July 15  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNELS  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNBL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Meeting  Issues tt Ans.  Movie:  Terry Winters  Movie:  McGowan  Prevln &  Movie:     '  Jerry Falwell  Cont'd.  100 Huntley St.  12:30  Place  Directions  North to Alaska  Show Biz  Deadly Fathons  Pan Am. Games  Jim Swaggart  Pittsburgh  Majln, Monster  . Confd.  1:00  Co. Canada  Haroldi Lloyd  Movie:  Co. Canada  Terry Winters  Movie:  Wn. Review  of Terror    . >  Faith 20  Cont'd.  1:30  Hymn Sing  U.S. Women's  Let's Be  Hymn Sing  Cont'd.  Wall Stroet  Movie:  P.TX. Club  .Movie:  2:00  Access  Golf  Happy  Cont'd.  Movie:  Cont'd.  Paramount  Another Voice  Night In  Cont'd.  Way Out West  2:30  Gallery  Cont'd.  Sword of  Cont'd.  Presents  Musical  the Tropics  Confd.  Cont'd.             ^  3:00  Music to See  ���Tennis            '.  Sportaworld  Cont'd  Justice  Jacques  Cap. Comment  Comedy  Movie:  Confd.  ' Laurel & Hardy  3:30  Sky Begins  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cousteau  Question Period  Cont'd,  Donovan's Reef  Morris  Cerullo  Wrestling  4:00  Images of  Confd.  Confd.  Images of   .  National  Untamed   World  Equality  Cont'd.  Perspective  In Tune  Cont'd.  4:30  Canada  Confd.  Tony Brown  Canada -  Geographic  Soccer:  Cont'd.  Confd.  Horat Koehler  5:00  T.B.A.  Groat Teams  Meet the Press  Student Forum  In Search Of  Vancouver  After Vietnam  Bionic  Movio:.  Global Weekend  5:30  Spread Wings  Nowa  News  News  David Horowitz  at New York  Gorman Soccer  Woman  Bomba Be  Confdi,  6:oo  World of  Cont'd.  ' Confd,  News  News  Confd.  Confd.  Star Trek  Oolden Idol  Great Debate  6:30  Disney  Viewpoint  Castaways  Travel '79  Around Hero  Travel '70  Fall of Eagle  Confd.  Have Gun  Confd,  7:oo  Beachcombers  Hardy Boys  Cont'd.  World of  Beachcombers  60 Minutes  Hardy  Boys  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  The  60  Minutes  So, Story Goes  7:30  Happy Days  Disney  Movie:  Confd.  Life Around Ua  Virginian  Confd.  Sounds Good  8:00  Barney Miller  Salvage I  Cont'd.  Movie:  Paramount,  All In/Family  l Day at a Time  Battlestar  Evening  Cont'd.  Donahue's  Welcome Kotter  8:30  3's Company  Gift to Last  Summer of My  Gorman Soldier  Presents  Galactlca  at Pops  Speakout  Off M.P.H.  Best  1 Day at a Time  9:00  Movio:  A Gift to Last  Cont'd.  Alice  Lou Grant  Theatre  Jacques  Movie:     '  9:30  Confd.  Tho Gambler  ContU  Jefforaons  Cont'd.  ContU  Probe  Cousteau  Bundle of Joy  10:00  Gerry te Zlz  Confd.    -  Tom Snyder  Emergency  Confd.  Moses,  W-5  The Prisoner  Contact  Glittering  Confd.  10:30  Man Alive  Confd.  Confd.  The Lawgiver  Confd,  Confd.  700 Club  Prizes  Cont'd.  ll:oo  Nntlonnl Nowa  Newa  Newa  Nows  Newa  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Confd.  Confd.  Sports Pago  11:30  Night Final  Luto Movie  Late Movie .  Confd.  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Loto Movie  Cont'd.  Monday, July 16  CHANNEL 2  CHANNBL 4  CHANNIL 5  CHANNIL 6  CHANNIL 7  12:30  1:00  1:30  Summer  Un.  Hourcli for Tom,  On the  Evidenco  All  My  Children  1 Life to Live  Confd.  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  New*  Ida Clarkson'  Marcus Welby  Confd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  4:o6  4:30  9:00  Si30  6:00  4:30  7:00  7:30  Hdge of Night  30 From  Atlantic  Hummer  'J'hi'i la* Law'  Child of World  Part, Family  All In Family  Gonoral  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Cont'd,   ��o,6oir,ooo  Man  News  Confd,  Confd.  Confd.  Movie,'  Lassie'*  Mr. Dressup  Take 80  Atlantlo  Summer  News  As World  Turna  Guiding Light  Coni'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Confd.  CHANNBL  News-  Alan Ilamol  Confd.  Another  CHANNBL 9  Daytime  Programs  Discontinued  for Summer  World  Cont'd.  Movio:  Carry on  CHANNBL 11  News '  Adam-12  Movie:  J3ompany  Greatest  Adventure  Make Mo Laugh  Newa  Sanford & Son  Price Ia Right  Oonfd,  News  Mike Douglas  ConfdT    r  Nowa  Confd.  "Cowboy  Cont'd,  ���6,000,000  Man  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Elaotrlo  Co.  oncTrierT"  Cont'd.  Popeye  FllntHione��_  CHANNBL 12  Donahue  Confd.  Love of Life  AU In Family  CHANNEL 13  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Confd.    Date Pad   *%   July 11 ��� Family Library & Storytlme," Wilson Creek CommunityHalL  11:30-1 pm.  July 11 ��� Elphinstone Aerial Club, Wilson Creek Club House, 8 pm.  July 12 ��� Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Wilson Creek Community Hall,  8:30 pm. Call 885-2896 or 886-3394.  July 12 ���Roberts Creek Legion Br. 219 Bingo. Early Bird 7, regular 8.  July 12 ��� Teen Drop-in Centre, 12-18 yrs. old, Gibsons Elementary and  Pender Secondary, 12-5 pm.  July 13 ��� Teen Drop-in Centre, Roberts Creek Elem. and Pender Harbour  Secondary, 6-11 pm.  July 13 ��� "Beachcombers" vs The Roberts Creek Ladies Softball Team,  6:45 pm, Roberts Creek Elem.  July 13 ��� Community Library, Wilson Creek Community Hall, 2-4 p.m,,  July 14 ��� Roberts Creek*Daze, starting ot 10 am with.Higgledy Piggledy  Parade, til 5 pm.  July 14 ��� Country Fair, Halfmoon Bay School, opening ceremonies 12  noon. ������'.',  ~JulyT6 ���TeenDrop-InCentre, Roberts CreekElelnH2-5 pm;      h  July 17���Teen Drop-in Centre, Gibsons Elem, PH Secondary, 12-5 pm.  July 17 ���Al-anon, 8 pm/St. Aidan's Hall, Roberts Creek. 886-9041 or 885-  3394. ��� ., ���   '��� .    ���; -,   '. ' ;���������-. ,:     ��� :     -    ��� -     '������'.,������������ '       -,   ���  "July~1B ��� leen Drop-in, CH Secondary, 6-11 pm. ~T���  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  IT'S FREE. CALL 885-3231.  HwmM  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  REGIONAL BOARD  2nd ft 4th Thursday Each Month  July 12 -Public Utility & Reg. Board Meeting  July 26 -Planning Hospital & Reg. Board Meeting  All Meetings at 7:30 pm In Board Room .  Hillbillies  M.A.8.IL  Matoh Qame  GonK Show  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Family at  Cont'd,  War  ���tOO  0130  ViOO  ���:10  Newa  Confd.  lory, T. Mooro  each for Top  ft  ~f  Co  htte Shadow  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  W.K.IU\  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  l'.M,.  Narthwoit  PIonso Standi Hy  Cont'd.  10:00  10(10  11:00  11:30  Newa Mag.  This Land  National Newa  Night Final  Ttfovie:  lfa a Mad,  Mad World  Cont'd.  Seattle  noil;  Confd,  "onfd.  ywdod figa.  ImW  louae  Cont'd.  Cont'd,   .  Newa  Police Story  Little House  on the fralrle  Confd.  Movie:  5 ait ot tho  ohJoona  Newa  Tonight Show  on iho Prairie  Confd.  Lawrence  Welk  Confd.  Mary T  Nowlyw  Jokera  Newa Magi  Titla Land  Newa  Cont'd,  Shadow  M.A.S.H.  W.K.Il.P.  Mooro  ,��me  Newa  Cont'd,  WhtUVMv .....  Head. Ituntera  ty Lino,  Studio See  Dlok  Cavett  Munstera  GUituau'a Inland  I Lovo Luoy .  Pick Van Dyke  ii'unorama  Urady Hunch  1 Love Luoy  Andy Griffith  Pi  owa   revlewfl  Hewltahed  My a Sons  Lou Grant  Confd.  Nowa  Late Movie  Salvatto  Cont'd.  Movie:  Checkered  Flag  or TSroiilf  Confdi.  Newa  Cont'd.  Hill Moyera  Beauty A Uraaa  Poldark  Confd,  In  Movie:  Dlsappearnnoe  of Almee  Confd.  "Hewlywod Game'  Dating aame  TlV Tao MOouffh  Merry Molodiea  Uowitohed  Nowa  Confd,  lUQ.OUU pyramid  Family Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd,    ���'���''���__'  Croaiwlta  Morv'Griffin  Confd.  Cont'd.  Come ...  Academy  Leadens  onta  Nowa  gftilnjr Game  Chlco & Man  Qong Show  TietlTouT  Center  Dr. in Home  Late Movie  Cont'd,  Confd.  Movie:  Napoleon &  Love PL  Cont'd,  Sporta Paw  Cont'd.  '<&  Tuesday; July 17  CHANNIL 3  TalbT  12)10  1)00  1)10  ~3ioT  1:60  1:10  Summer  Un,  Soaruh for Tom,  On the  Kvldence  CHANNIL i4  Tnnr  CHANNIL a  ICrtuo of NjlKht'  floVrpm  Atlantlo  Summer  viy  Cont'd,  One Life  to Live  tjiiira  run  4,5  S:00  8:10  llaaaball:  All-Star  General  Hoapltal  Murv (J riff In  Confd.  Daya of  Our Uvea  The Dootora  Another  World  CHANNIL 4  Kewa  Ida Clarkion  Marnua  Welby  Nawa  Cont'd.  Cpnfd.  Con'd.  Movie:  fllowawajLjOL.  Rnaeball:  Allatar Game  Dri  Mr, Dreaaup  Atlantlo  Summer  CHANNIL 7  Newa  World Turna  Guiding Light  ConfdT  Confd.  CHANNIL ��  bjawa "*~  Alan Hamel  Cont'd,  Another  ToFi'  Ai00  4:10  7i00  M0  fitt-  ��  Cont'd,  Coni'd.  Confd.  Confd^  tjsTyhr,*  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  ?,M  1  woartr  W  10:10  <:.;s.  MlippeU  jPaj^Ftmiij'^  Th~o G*oodiea  Cafe Hlbou  National Newa  Night Final  1  l>Jorthwe��t  Na Na  Sha   ConfH.  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  Ilaieball:  All Star Game  WOoUilii  "W5  Movie:'  Fiction  nt'd,  CHANNIL 9  Daytime  I'roorami  Discontinued  for Summer  Jont'd.  Cont'd,  -onfd*  Cont'd.  law  Newa  Oonfd.  fikpww-  *  13 Queon iiTvdT  Where'a Poppa?  Newa  Late Movie  nwnr"Wifiw"'  Dare  com*��r  "ESKFo?   Contendere  Tonight Show  ovle:  ;8pllce*g;;<laiiy;.  lary fc Moore  Newlywed Game  Jokar'a Wild  Is  ���fl.ouo.ooo  Makora  Seaome street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogera  Uleetrla Co.  CHANNIL 11  Newa  Adam-12  ovle:  Angela In tho  Tsriffera   Cont'd,  Popeye  Fllntitanea  CHANNIL 12  Donahue  Cont'd.  Love of Life  "���"antra'  ^fiaae"  Downright Dlaoo  Galli  Patay  Cont'd,  Newa   ���  Confd.  Movlei  Oont too* Now  Cont'd.  *������*���..  _.  ���-te-JflBlS  Grand  "Tarirt-  fslenflsT'"  tudto Bee  Dlok Cavett  Newa  Newamakera  'Stt^rid  1 Love Luoy  Dick Van Dyke  "IfilTBluTea  Maton Game  Gong Show   CHANNIL 11  Ail My ^illclrcn  Cont'd, "  Vancouver  Cont'd  HGonra:   Cont'd.,  Family at War  ContM.  Country  JS  1  ;ulnoy"  onfd,  Newa  ,cM'fl:���  Evening  Srfwr--���  patalra.  Downitalm  "TfionnTe"  Weather  Machine  ConiNJ.'  JewltohesT  rty 3 Bona  Andy Griffith  ��ob7N  1 Love Luoy ',  Andy Griffith  nan  1  Pob7Newhar|  TtTovToi  Cont'd.  Conf  wlywed Game  )��tlng Game  4okerTa Wild  Tlo Tao Dough  erry MelotUea  ewllohea ;, ; '  ..ewa   ,.  Confd.  SCHOOL BOARD  SUMMER SCHEDULE  Meeting July 19��7:30 pm Board (toom Office  (Decision pending on Meeting In August)  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  1st ft 3rd  Tuesday  Each Month ���  Regular Council Meeting,  Municipal Hall, Gibsons,  7:00 p.m.  ��il0.66f Pyramid  Family Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd.  T^owa  Dating Gamo  Chlco A Man  Croaawlta  "fttrr-tMtm-  Confd,  Oonfd;  TCKrSHosTst  Center  Lucky Feller  Late Movie  ~esm. ,  "l*T��rBtrehtrl��y-<  Movie:  Bhataby finery* ������'  Confdi  wotji Page  jt.Ji.V3i.. 11  VILLAGE OF SECHELT"3���  1 st ft 3rd Wednesday of Each Month ��� Reg. CounclT  Meeting  2nd ft 4th Tuesday of Each Month ��� Planning Commlty  My 11 ��� Public Hearing * In Senior Citizens Building     f*=  Courtesy of  Cowrie St 885-9330  Sechelt  \  ^ SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  V?*'  ft  ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS    7  11 AM-2 PM  *Rough Lumber *Logging "Cutting *Thlnning  Reid Road 885-2455  Use 'Times'.Adbriefs to Soil, Rent, Buy, Swop etc.  Jhe Garden Corner  Gross to garden  By Guy Symonds  Wednesday, My 11,1979  Tlie Peninsula Tines  LW  V  7  .1  1  2  2  3  4-  4  3  5  6  6  10  7  5  8  11  9  8  11  13  10  8  11  -9-  12-  17  13  19  14  15  15  14  16  12  17  24  18  20  19  25  20  26  21  16  22  27  23  -*29~  -24  18  25  21  26  ���  27  ���  28  23  29     30  Logical Song '. Supertramp'  Hot Stuff .' ^...... _��� < Ponna Summer  Shake Your Body  ���' ��� .Jackson*  Love You Inside Out Bee Gee*  Ain't Love a Bitch' ../.:, ~ Rod Stewart  Happiness...,  .Pointer Sisters  Love Takes Time'.,. .-. Orleans  Reunited '.','..'. , Peaches & Herb  We Are Family    Sister Sledge  Knock  - ���  Shine A Little Love T -  E.LO.  Knock On Wood , Amll Stewart  -Blow Away ..-.-���-..-. -.-.-,...~.-...-.-..-..-,,.. .���.... ^George Harrison-  Good Tlmln'      Beoch Boys  Honesty  T.Billy Joel  Rhumba Girl Nlcolette Larson  Goodnight Tonight Wings  Heart of Glass     Blondie  You Take By Breath Away Rex Smith  Minute by Minute Doobie Brothers  Chuck E's In Love Rlcki Lee Jones  IWant You To Want Me .' Cheap Trick  In The Navy '.Village People  When You're In Loye With A '  Beautiful Woman   t ..... Dr. Hook  -Just When I Needed You Most Randy Van warmer  Bang A Gong Witch Queen  Dancer    , Gino Soccio  She Believes In Me Kenny Rogers  Gold John Stewart  Stumblin' In Quatro/Norman  ���MamaCan!l_Buy_You-Love_._sj- .~-_^-.+.+.___^__.__^__^..... _^ .Elton Jahn_  Some of us this year will be facing the  task of .turning an old neglected piece of  - grassland into a garden, and that task will  be a bit daunting. It will involve a great  deal of back-breaking spade work followed  , by a lot of hacking with a .heavy hoe and  ���muclrrakingrlfone resorts tovtbtotilleiy  scores or even hundreds of little chunks of  sod will litter the face of the area and will  have to be picked up probably by hand,  and wheeled away in a barrow.  Now we learn that there is another way,  discovered, it is said some twenty years  ago by someone who used brains instead of  muscle to solve the problem. It not only  eliminates the hard work-and that in itself  is a bonnie idea ��� but also turns the  "garbage" into valuable garden building  material. ~  Briefly the procedure calls for an  organic mulch to be spread over the  ground in the fall. By spring all the grass  and junk has been killed off and seedlings  can be set out through little holes in the  covering without any cultivating.  In detail, the plan made by one chap  who is satisfied that the theory is sound,  calls for sheets of newspaper-five or six  thick spread over the area to be treated  and thoroughly wetted down. This not only  piece of ground will be as amenable to  spading as if it had been under careful  cultivation for ten years.  Now one 'hastens to~add~"ttiis~1iF~  formation is not first hand but like the  press reports "comes from a very reliablt  source";���Increasingly~thisr^ardener"T~  attracted by this idea of mulching par  ticularly for this coastal strip which is s<  subject to leaching, so demanding o  ������ nutrients, and so wasteful of moisture.  Incidentally this is the month to set ou  the plants for fall cabbage and broccoli. Ii  the flower garden the tulips should tx  raised and prepared for storage til  planting-time in th&fall. Biennials such a;  wall flowers, forget-me-nots, and parole:  can be sown. In this gardener's experlenct  these- should be most carefully- watchex  throughout the winter as even iri tin  Fraser Valley winters have generally beei  cold enough to damage them.  This is the month, too, to trim hedge:  and the care of hedges is really a story ii  itself.  As the poet said "this is the crown of the  year "-well almost anyway-when th<  farmer and the gardener reach the vers  apex of their achievements...and nop  PageC-3  achievements. It has been a good growing  aids decomposition but also prevents the year with alternating spells of cool mqisi  paper from being blown away and makes , weather and hot sun. We are still vers  it .lie flat. Next he put a layer of cow much below the amount of moisture w���  manure or some acceptable equivalent ought to have and this gardener is going t��  and then on top of that he put several in-   take heed of the warning and preserve aU   ches of leaves from the fall shedding which "  he first shred up with the lawn mower. If  no leaves are available anything like old  hay, grass clippings, or compost will serve  as long as it is organic material.  This kind of cultivation is generally  speaking only suitable for seedlings or  plants but the word is that potatoes simply  laid on the sod before being covered with  the mulch will do well while beans corn or  squash grow well if the large seeds are  simply pushed into the covering. Tomato  plants find this kind or horticulture much.  to their liking probably because of the  reservoir of bottom moisture available.  Cucumbers are best started in peat pots as  -areaU~the-brassicas=brocolli7-cabbffge^���year'rcaiiliflowerh^adsare snow wblfi>a~  "cauliflower, and brussel sprouts. most pleasing change from the pinkish  The following year, we are told, that   brown that stained the curds last year.  there is by making use of the mulching  idea that seems to have so much to be said  for it.  As the empty space in the garden grows  with the harvest of crops, the fall rye goes  down and maybe another experiment this  year. Why not use vetch as well-as a  legume it has the ability to take nitrogen  from the air and "fix" it in the ground. The  fast-growing fall rye takes a great deal  from the land and this has to be replaced in  the Spring. _      ,  Last year we advised that boron had  been applied to counteract, for one thing,  some weird-looking cauliflower. 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'989.00  MADEIRA MARINA  ��� NO TRADES  Madeira Park 883-2266  STtefcioiis  44IW4UMMSa--  PASHIQNI ARRIVING  DAILY  883-231S MADURA PARK  LINK  883-2585  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES  DON'T FORGET OUR  HOUSE PAINT SALE  - Good till JULY 15  i .2.  -\���;r-  --\-  ;::^iP  Wpil^^yMMMMSB  SEA CAVALCADE Queen contests - visitors at the Elphinstone Aero Club   Two  queen  candidates  will  be  were all there Saturday to welcome.  Fly-m^at~Gibsons^chelt-Airporfc���featured each week this month on the  Times front page.  Volunteer Helpline  SUMMER FUN _ , \  ^__ canbegainedintyp^anri^t^guinga  The summer finds so many_of Jis���eifc_  card system,  joying our gardens, relaxing on the beach    gj MARY'S  ^d^teifeiringJhe_Bnaiy guests which     , y^ittnteera^re^ieede(L-a&-speciall_|  IF YOUf ORGOT  WHAT TERROR  WAS LIKE...  IT'S BACK  ��he Original  ~h  "�� t���� umtvcmu an if uoios~~wc AufcOMts nucnvto ^  Jui moo mm mvimaomm  iffimiCANE  '.tiltr isimbiimi'tuf /Am  wn��A'"''���*'������  SUNDAY,  JULY 15  MONDAY/  JULY 16  TUESDAY,  JULY 17  <2jns3^  WED., JULy 11  THURS.. JULY 12  FRI., JULY 13  SAT.,-JUIXJ4_.  MATURE  1 Some frightening, gory scenes  For Starting Time   ,  1 Confirmation Pleat*  phone; 886-2827  COMING SOON  PLAYERS  travel to the Coast���life becomes busier  for so many BUT voluntary help is still  needed for some on-going programs and  for some summer activities.  ' Ifyouareastudentonsummervaction,  perhaps this is an opportunity for you to  gain some experience. Being involved can  make the summer much more fun for both  you and the people you help. Here are a  fewJipportunittesjo consider:   ADULT DAY CARE  ���Da you-enjoy- games,���especially-  Bingo?���then you are needed. Volunteers  are needed to help some elderly people for  short walks. These people really need the  fresh air and exercise but without that  LextraJielpJhey musLremain inside?  If you can offer even one-half hour on a  Tuesday or Thursday to help with one of  these needs or in other areas, you could  make a big difference to this program.  Feeling comfortable with the elderly is  important.  TYPIST  A volunteer typist is needed in Gibsons  for part of Jury and August. Experience  friends to individual patients. You would  share some of your special interests with a  person who has similar likes ��� perhaps it  is playing a game, discussing a TV  documentary, or sporting events.  Some would like an occasional outing  with a special volunteer.  DRIVERS  ' Drivers are needed to help drive people  to medical-appointments on - an on-call  basis.  -���Several summeriWDgrams for children-  and teens have special field trips planned  but often they find it difficult getting  transportation. Drivers are needed in all  _areasamthe^astJKouldj?QuJ^wJaitagio_  51?  A t*  m  -321S*- *A  IHr  With These..Hot Weather  ��� Specials! ���.'.,'  * water skis  * snorkels  * masks :���   ..  * swrw FINS  * VINYL INFLATABLE  "::'��� 'BOATS' '���'  SPORTS  Cowrie St, Secholt  885-2168  Sunnycrest Centre,  Glbtont 886-8020  donate an hour of your time sharing with  some enthusiastic young people?  DAYCARE  Extra help by volunteers makes a  difference to the scope of what can be  offered in the program. If you would like  some experience working with pre-  -seboolers, here is you* opportunity.  SUMMER PROGRAMS  Volunteers are needed to enrich and  extend the summer program being offered  in Wilson Creek. Perhaps you have a craft,  wish to help with special events or would  just like to be an extra helper. This could  really be fun for you.  SEA CAVALCADE  Many volunteers are'still needed to help  with the weekend events on Saturday and  Sunday  afternoons;   helping  with  the  kiddies rac6s, pie.throwing, popcorn or  ���entries at Armour's Beach.  .    Someone is still needed to organize the.  amateur bUte race.  ;,     ,__:_..__      ���,_:_���..;j._.  The more people who are willing to  help, the less time each volunteer will  have to Spend sharing load.  SENIOR CITIZEN'S COUNSELOR  A senior citizen living in thp Pender.  .'. Harbour area, is heeded to assist other  seniors in this part bl the Coast. The  : volunteer must be knowledgeable about  : the area and the services available In this  coihmunity. He or she. must be able to  cqrhmunicate this information to other  seniors. Helping people to fill in pension  forms and acquaint them with siicjv  progenia as GAIN & New Horizons will be  ������",part of thla position. A training program  will be provided and a small monthly  allowance will help to cover travelling  expanses arouhid Pender Harbour.  ' BINGO'!'' ���"���';���':'���;'���'  An elderly woman ytouidi really love to  play bingo this summer. If you are driving  from Gibson* tq ptyy bingo on a regular  basb would you please take h0r,with you?  please contact the Community Sei>  vices Volunteer Bureau at B8Q-3821. for  further information about, these volunteer  opportunities,'''     ���'' ��� v ;..', 7'  fm  tim.  t.&  f*   A.  ��� % T   i<  .*��.  M  . \  Gride  .;/"���'  &m0z  '   h:hm:M*^%.;-m*:i_____M___h___*i_^ -,-r-.'���  >-;;s './'^'jfriw'-iXi''  #A'A?y$:*_.l  Hhirt  Granulated  SUGAR  4 kg   Kadana  TEA BAGS  100's    Nkblets  KERNEL CORN  A At      III     Ufce     ���..,���*�����������������      ���  ��� e e  19  39  ������������������  Kraft Process 9  CHEESE SLICES 1 $979  2/3 02. Singles ...r...pkfr   .*���  Donald Duck frpzen  ORANGE JUICE  12% ��LV;:,;^d:...:..,;;:  Family Style  ICECREAM $485  Delmonte  PINEAPPLE JUICE  one  48!Ul...   Nalleys Hot or  CHILLI CON CARNE 700  ���lv   "���������   �������� * ^ ��� ��� ����#���������������*���������������**������<  BEANS & PORK 2  .14    fl.     01.     ...... :..'\.k.  .......  fW  SunnyJim  PEANUT BUTTER  $919  Foremost Reg. or 2%  COHAGE CHEESE $165  m      HsB       .���������������������������eeee��������eee��'���������������**���������      m)^m'  StarKfest  TUNA  Solid White 7 oz. .    .  Realemon  LEMON JUICE  (fcTf      lla     WM       eeeeeeeeeeeeeee  Libbys  CORNED BEEF  $139  49  750 ml  1 J M ��� ��� ��� M ��� ��� �� 1 I  M �� M ��� < ��� M ���  ��� ��� ��� HsHsl  Gravy Train  DOG MEAL  $595  Bran  MUFFINS  Baked in Store .........  ' 7 ,|  Chocolate  LAYER CAKES  Baked in Store 7"  Great Grains  BREAD  Baked hi Store 454 gr.  6 HQC  for  m  !��������������������*  Royale  BATHROOM TISSUE coc  West  OIL  for Salads or Cooking 1 Ltr.  McColls  MUSHROOMS  Stems & Pieces 10 fl. oz..  mmi* I'I f I 444*4 . U!m������ 14 �����  ORANGE TREE  m  m  m  Orapgo tr��o�� tr)rlv�� lii a bright  window or under fluor����c��nl llght��.  They (ike acid soil ��� If leaves  .          turn yellow, the fclant need* more ���  acid���so dissolve l/4tsp. alufblnum sulphate in 1 qt. of. water; wet, ���  soil thoroughly. Water at least twice a week and yob may require ^  more as plant grows, ferflllxe once a month with all-purpose fer- ���  tlllzer. Planf can be placed outside In summer byt must be placed , ���  Inside dorlhg th4 winter months, jhey require ho less than 55 - 65 ���  degrees In the winter months. J  Flowers aro producod year around and the fruit Is very edible. #  These orange trees are available now at Ann-tynn's flawors & ,����  Gifts.- ���                                                                                             ��� ���  i ��� in,  *�� %*��.*����� A ***i ~*M&jmtM  B.C  ml+mL  Canada  No. 1  LFTTUCF  Wmimmm ���'! �������>  ��� ��� Romakiay UHifj He4f Buttery  ������m.   ��� flip c ���  f '     im$$n>  7��T  ^ * vt,$*W����*Sk*>*  LONG ENGUSH  CUCUMBERS  each  ^wV^>iftiilv ��*w-*,'���'��  -this space sponsored by���  ��  :  COWRIE 5T.7 SECHSLT  884*459   " MM#��sm����M����  t A ��� ^^  **����<  < ___m*4___w<Mw_M:t__tim__tlw_w  RADISH  ������nets  0  flfs*.   *.it*p   I,"j'4": ,  GDCCII AMI   ^"  ' '   '' -M ���"'' ''' ' ''.' ___i:<  Bunches Utl 0  .,'' 'loir;,  ^��(|��HJ  v^      !'��� t\  *'.(��  blNKSh  Prices effective  JULY   XI, 13 &���  14  0 n r   ���xs'sr  [TRAIL BAY CiNTRE. felCHlLTl  f��0<;   QP91     Rf,l,���ry  afl5.Vfll2.Moot Dop'f.  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