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 ���������  \__y*,-#_P ' ^���'*">yV^*aTT*���(,"  creates health hazard  The Sunshine Coast Regional Board According to Lee,  the  board has  might not think the closing of the Sechelt already instructed the engineer to look into  garbage dump is too much of a problem, contracting out road improvements. ,  but local resident Olaf Wallander does. Meanwhile, a small sign at the bottom  ���jfoe-Sechelt dump which-h6S-been of the road saying the dump^ia^ been  -elosed-dueH;o^ormd4��nditions^  last Wednesday, has temporarily been * from trying to make it up and then dum-  replaced by the Halfmoon Bay dump, but ping the garbage where the road stops  according to Wallender, a lot of people who them from going any further.    >  are unable to make it up to the dump are These people, according to Wallander,  leaving their refuse at the sides of the should be chargedj^ Uttering ^yjhe  road.  : RCMP.  "There is an assortment of food and Wallender added he didn't mind the  industrial type' garbage all over the sides dump being where it was, as long as the  of the road and it is threatening our supply   proper rules and regulations for running a  of water. As soon'as the nest rainfall   dump were abided  comes, the garbage is going to be washed       "If they don't follow those rules the  right down the road and off into our water for the whole Sechelt area could get  water," Wallander said. .seepage from the dump. It's in a bad place  A check by The Times confirmed that a as far as I'm concerned,  large amount of garbage was dropped at "Whoever heard of building a dump on  the side Of the road and was of the typg to rhe Vnnh nf a hUL-aTiterii^nkingJhR-auit��s&-  attract swarms of flies.      / supply for the town? It is ridiculous,"  However, at the SCRD meeting held Wallander said.  last Thursday, a warning by Area C Director Lee doesn't agree with him on  ���director-,Charles-Lee that Jhe. garbage; that point, saying the dump is a goodone  could upset> the Health Inspector, was and could be used for another six years.  virtually ignored. "To open another dump would be  The only action the SCRD board took ridiculous. I agree the garbage on the road  was to instruct the staff to look into the and the road itself is a problem, but the  possibility of oiling the road. dump itself is no problem," Lee explained.  Wallender  claims  the  road  main- '    The road going to the dump from  tenanee will take a lot more than just Porpoise Bay Road is not gazetted and  oiling it, and blacktopping it was the only therefore not maintained by the depart-  solution. / ment of highways. . sy--������ ~  Voters get a chance to  decide on Sechelt Arena  ALICE'S  RESTAURANT  revisited . being dumped at the side of the road   dump which has been closed due to   claims the sign saying the dump is  for local resident Olaf Wallander as   on the way to the Sechelt garbage  the road being impassable. Wallander   closed is too small.  he views just,part of the. garbage _ - ��� '  The Sechelt Arena referendum is on  again7  Voters in the Village of Sechelt .and  Areas B and C will get a chance to decide  ' on whether they wish to participate and  share in the costs of -the Sechelt Arena  function.��� __."_.,- ���-���: .���  fThe Village^.Seclielt1a^y��rsrare~  my hope that the arena would become a  regional reponsibility," Nicholson said  He went on to say that up until this  meeting he had* never been given tiny  figures showing the majority of users were  from the specified areas of A and B.  -One-of-the members of the delegation  presently the only ones participating in the  upkeep of the arena.  It was. thought the Sunshine Coast  Regional District board rejected the  resolution calling for a referendum at its  July 26, meeting, but according :to board  direcipr Charles Lee, th^ defeat of7the  resolution was not carried out properly.  Ken eorburtold the SCRD board that^  per cent of the users came from the Village  of Sechelt, Area B and C. j  Lee felt it was necessary,to hold the  referendum because it was the democratic"  thing to do7 7;  "It is my opinion that this history 76f  contradictory moves by the Regional  District indicates that the public should  make up theipiawn minds'via the specffig*'  rutihf the resolution ytiatftiof the  referendum   was   in   Order}* he   was  challenged by a vpte of the. hoard and  another vote was taken which w,ill allow,  , the referendum.      / '  SCRD favored a September 22 date for  the referendum, but a check by the staff  the next day put the earliest possible date  sometime In the middle of October.  Nicholson told the meeting he wasn't  against a referendum oh the arena, but he  had no proof the residents in Area B and C  were the principle users.  "It has been my desire and it had been  Davis Bay  The,Siinshine Coast Regional District  board Won't be allowing a neighbourhood  pub in the Davis Bay area.  SCRD had approved in principle the  concept of a neighborhood pub at its June  28 meeting for the Whitaker block in Davis  Bay and subsequently sent a letter to the  Liquor Control Board stating its problem.  However, following the presentation of  a petition opposing the pub at its August 9  "This is the only issue that is clear and  feasible and acceptable to Victoria at this  date,"' Lee said, _.  He went onto say he wasn't for or  against the arena but he added, "I urge the  Regional Board to democratically hand to  the people of Area B and Qthe right to use  their votes to settle once and for all this  quite simple little matter.  "Everyone is these areas has the  inalienable right to spjjpak via the ballot  box, and it will be a very black day when  the directors choose to deny the people  those rights." V  Following environment minister Rafe  Mair's release of the controversial  Schaffer Report test week, B.C. Hydro  announced a $235 million contract has been  awarded to two European companies for  the supply and installation of the underwater portion of the first circuit for the  Cheekye-Dunsmuir 500 kv. transmission  line..  Industrie Pirelli spa of Italy and  Standard Telefon og Kabelfabrik a-s of  Norway were the successful bidders to  supply and install, on a 50-50 basis, the  reject pub proposals  meeting, SCRD decided to overturn its  decision;.;  The petition presented by Davis Bay  resident Eddie .Scales and signed by 86  residents said, "We the undersigned are  vehemently opposed to the location of a  neighborhood pub on Highway 101 across  from Davis Bay."  Scales told the directors the pub would  destroy the atmosphere of Davis Bay.  Beach parties upset residents  Noisy all-night beach parties near  Shoal Lookout and Cochrane Rd. have  taken their toll on the Gibsons residents  who live there and they want the parties  stopped.  And Gibsons mayor Lome Blain  Forest fire  There is no evidence what caused the  fire which burned approximately seven  acres near Secret Cove last week, but,  forest ranger Ray Wilson said, "If nothing  else, it was probably a cigarette.'*  The fire was first noticed about 11 a.m.  Thursday across tbe highway from Lord  Jim's Lodge approximately a half-mile  Into the bush. It was In a fairly flat, logged  area accessible by a logging road off the  highway.  Waterbombers, a DC-a loading at  Campbell River and A-26 aircraft loading  at Abbotsford, attended the fire from noon  to G p.m. A Caruso, picking up water from a  local lake, was used only a short while  until the fire became "too hot," Wilson  said.  At one point, the flro was thought to be  under control, but flared again. Wilson  said Saturday, the fire waa still burning  deep In the roots and would continue to do  so for two or three days.  Water from Halfmoon Bay now is being  used to douse the area, since there is no  wataW available tl^er Wii^ion auid.  "I h<^..^m..wt.^���8ne.lWQdtod,  down," Wilson said. "If the wind does  come up, I hope there ia nothing there to  catch."  blames the "permissive attitude toward  child-rearing" which has failed to teach  the young party-goers respect for  "anybody's property or peace."  "I am very upset, very concerned,"  Blain said. "All we can do is tell people to  phone the police."  He said the arrival of an extra RCMP  constable In Gibsons should alleviate the  problem, but "as a village council we  cannot do anything."  A noise bylaw was considered, but It  involved an expense of hiring someone to  measure decibels, he said.  Since the Burns Rd, closure, tho  problem has moved down to the beach at  the bottom of Cochrane Rd. Three  residents of Cochrane Rd. complained  through letters to council August 1 of noisy  parties, overnight parking and fires left  burning on the beach and requested a  street light to be placed on the existing  power pole.  Council agreed to the request and also  to Aid. Dick Fitchett's motion, boulders bo  placed about four, to five feet apart on the  perimeter of the Shoal Lookout cul do sac.  Gibsons RCMP Sergeant Ron Nicholas  said an extra constable could mean an  additional night shift patrol which means  more frequent patrols through the beach  ���areas,"--"'���"-'-��� ��� ��� - ���'���-" "-���' ���������  The warm weather and growth in the  area has Increased the number of parties  and complaints, which ia not unique to tho  Gibsons area, he said.  JWvU�� UW fM^abltm <to���� Wat aU�� ���!��-  UrclywlthUiepUce,hesaiiiUija"jolnt  resident-police responsibility." Citizens  must be willing to take the responsibility of  following through on their complaints.  ."We do not doubt for one minute the  good intentions or sincerity of the  proponents, but we do know that those in  charge of such establishments have no  means of selecting their clientele or  controlling their actions in or off the  premises," Scales said.  He also said the pub would turn the  present commercial zone into a "honky-  tonk atmosphere and would develop into a  pit stop."  Scales pointed out there wasn't a clear,  definition of what approval in principle  meant to the board.  "After learning of your action through  the news media, I was in communication  with Director Lee seeking Information,. He  informed me that the phrase 'approval in  principle' meant absolutely nothing and  did not indicate that the board approved or  disapproved of a neighborhood public  house and carried no commitment on the  part of the board.  "If this interpretation is correct It  makes a farce of the whole procedure and  the decision of tho board ludicrous,"  Scales said.  Charles Lee told The Times, although  the board was unable to articulate tho  meaning of "In principle", the procedure  followed by the board was correct.  Asked to respond to Scales question of  what tho LCD thought a letter of support in  principle meant, Lee told The Times the  letter clearly stated the board thought the  LCB should give consideration to a liquor  licence, but It was also made clear to the  applicant the resolution did not guarantee  tho necessary zoning amendment was  automatically granted.  "We did another flip-flop and I'm a  little disappointed that no one had  bothered to even look at the list of  signatures. There wasn't even any sensible discussion on tho matter," Lee said.  __.�� result of the petition, any future  application for a pub to SCRD will havo to  go to a public hearing before the board will  approve of It.  This, Lee points out would be redundant  In ihe ��Na^ where a pub has asked for  mmpmQ^mmmmmBf^ ''��� * *      H '"* '*l:"~       'vvv '*''y ' '"���^'       , *+-'"  "If the pub needs to have the land  rezoned, as was the case in Davis Bay, It  will have to go to public hearing anyway."  submarine cable across Malaspina and  Georgia Straits.  Total route length of the two crossings-  is 37.1 kilometres and the first circuit will  require three cables plus one standby  cable for a total of 154. km of cable.  B.C. Hydro spokesman John Sexton  said tenders for the development of the  cable were called approximately two  years ago in an advertisement in the  Journal of Commerce.  At that time cable did not exist for the  voltage involved, he said. The two successful cable manufacturers and a  Japanese, consortium submitted bids.  However, only the two European  companies had experience in laying  submarine cables.  "Implicit in that (bidding to develop the  cable) would be bidding for fabricating  and laying the cable," Sexton said.  Neither company could manufacture  the entire amount of cable in time for  delivery in the spring of 1982, so the  companies were asked in April to resubmit  their bids as a joint venture.*  The contract is the largest single supply  and installation contract ever awarded by  Hydro and the cables are expected to begin  delivering electricity to Vancouver Island  by 1983.  ^ According to Sexton, the overland  section of the transmission line across the  Sechelt Peninsula and Nelson Island has  yet to be determined.  Kim Roberts of the Westcoast Environmental Law Association retained by  the Cheekye-Dunsmuir Alliance, does not  think awarding the contract has made the  line "a fait accompli." j..  "Contracts Have been broken," Roberts  said. "Just because they (Hydro) have  entered a contract'does hot mean because  it's a foolish idea they can't back down...  that we should suddenly pack our bags and  forget about it." ���  Environment deputy minister B.E.  Marr told The Times Friday a promised  meeting between the Cheekye-Dunsmuir  alliance and Mair would be arranged when  Mair received the reports B.C. Hydro  Systems Design engineer Eamon Crowley  agreed to deliver following the July 23  meeting at Saklnaw Lake.  The Times learned Saturday the  meeting is set for tomorrow in Mair's  office in Victoria..  Cheekye-Dunsmuir Alliance member  Howie White said the $406 million cost of  the first circuit has confirmed the  alliance's claims the total transmission  line will cost $1 billion.  "It amazes me... that the government  and B.C. Hydro can go ahead and spend $1  billion in the face of very strong evidence it  is an'unwise decision," White said.  The meeting with Mair will concern  only arrangements for a public hearing,  White said. At this public hearing, the  Schaffer Report can be tabled and persons  knowledgeable about future energy needs  and justification of the transmission line  can make presentations.  However, Mair may rule out entirely  the question of justification and only the  routing of the line over the peninsula may  be discussed.  MLA Don Lockstead, (NDP-  Mackenzie) told The Times he is "very  angry about the whole thing."  "I expect I will be discussing it in the  next session."  He feels releasing the Schaffer Report  at the end of the legislative session and at  approximately the same time as the  contract was announced was "intentional."  The public meetings in the last two  years were more "a public relations Job"  than a vehicle for public input, he said.  It's a fact, he said, Hydro's decision  was made "without regard to public input" and made "arbitrarily" by Hydro.  f  A DOE AND two fawns, silhouetted  against the background, attempted  twice to cross Highway 101 Saturday  fr-  morning before seeking shelter in  Seaview Cemetery. But the traffic  seemed less threatening than the  rv'"* ' <i*____''  ���vWito*!-*? ******   ��>^*4��ai|#**V*^***Ha|' (jl  ��� . .  * y> I*     i    *  camera and on tho third attempt thoy  sprinted into Uie bushes opposite.  -- Helen Porker photo  I  \ -*..  7 \  -Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 15,1979  ���x< \^4��'* 4>vrf>V&s& <f  A: little premature  It appears that B.C. Hydro's  recent announcement of a $235 million  contract for the laying of the underwater cable between Cape Cockburn and Dunsmuir Substation is a  little premature.  If it isn't premature, which we  suspect, then it can only be described  as arrogant and considering B.C.  Hydro's ���present  track - record,   it  shouldn't come as any surprise.  By awarding the contract, B.C.  Hydro has shown complete disregard  to both the public and also Environment Minister Raif Mair.  Why Mr. Mair? Because when he  announced that there would be a  public hearing into alternate routes  across the Sechelt Peninsula, he said  talk of justification was out ��� not the  possibility 6f other routes.  What the recent announcement by  B.C. Hydro has done is limit the  alternatives of the proposed transmission crossing to a narrow  corridor.  In other words, not only is the  transmission line justified, but so is  the proposed corridor. Any other  crossing such as the Reception Point  proposal is out.  To limit the promised public  hearing to a discussion on alternate  routes for the transmission line was  bad enough, to limit those alternate  routes to within the corridor.is insulting.  If Mr. Mair was serious about the  public hearing, we can only hope he  will come out with a public statement  saying the contract will not limit the  possibility of alternate routes. If he  doesn't? Then the residents of the  Sunshine Coast have been taken for  _ another ride. .  Reflections  Following the Green  Swift River  By Vern Giesbrecht  Fifteen years or so ago^ my brother ���  Wes, my friend Dave and I, sometimes  accompanied by other friends, habitually  spent wajm,Sunday_afternoonsexploring   the Chehalis River, east of Mission. A  short but steep climb to a rocky vantage  point afforded us a splendid view of the  swift,green river and further along the  trailWfbund a tope ladder than enable us  to get down to the bank of the stream. We  waded tentatively into the water,  negotiated some tricky ledges above the  river and gazed longlingly upstream,  wondering what it would be like to explore  the meandering river to its source.  "Some day," we promised ourselves,  "we'll take a few days and follow the river  all the way."  That day never came, though we visited  the river many times over the years. It  was always green and swift and intriguing,  and we kept tolling ourselvesr-one-day���  Letters to the Editor  Thanks for the referendum  on the other hand  No  On the other hand, we would have  to agree with The Vancouver Sun's  August 10 editorial describing Mr.  Mair's recent handling of the public  Jieaang_a_s_an��gai^asjreU.  rate to a few of Hydro's industrial  customers.  With the release of the report by  economist Marvin Shaffer, the public  hearing should and must deal with all  If those figures the Sun quotes on aspects of the transmissioiTIine that  estimated residential energy growth includes the justification along with  rate are correct, then we too have to   all the possible routes, if the need for  -question-the-justification-of-*-tran-���power is justified. ���    snussiorrlineatthis time;r - ^ ���   By doing so, Mr; Mair will restore  Hydro has estimated a residents   an already damaged faith in the  Editor,  The Times:  It is truly gratifying to know that the  citizens of Areas 'B', 'C and the Village of  Sechelt will have the opportunity to vote on  a referendum to give minimum aid to our  existing ice-arena, should it be required.  Thanks goes to your news coverage, the  way our regional directors pullecRogether  at their August 9 meeting -=^and_to-the-  overwhelming  support of the selfless  residents of these areas.  In this day and age, it is really heartwarming to be for something good, isn't it?  Until the day comes, let's hope that  those who appear to have negative  thoughts will, at least, allow themselves to  become informed of the FACTS which they  may obtain from any arena directors ...  juid be prepared to be pleasantly surprised;   Aoaring citizenand a JtMOMil-  V. Clayton.  Editor,  The Times:  One or two items that could use some  pros and cons. To start with there is a  great hubabub being set up by some loud  mouth about, as they say, 170 people in  Area B denying the right of 3,627  democratically to quote, opt in or out of the  cost of the arena operation.  Now I gather this person has added 170  energy growth ,rate of 7.5 per cent  over the next 10 years and a 7.4 per  cent commercial growth rate.  However the B.C. Energy Commission figures are 4.2 and three per  cent.  It is one thing to scar the* countryside with ugly transmission lines  when the broader publicinterest -is at���issue_can_only condition public  provincial   government   by   the  residents on the coast.  The Vancouver Sun sums it up  quite.well, "There has been no attempt by the government to deal  honestly with the public or the  legislature about the transrhission  line. Its treatment of the sensitive  An excellent museum show  stake ��� it is another when the motive*  is to provide energy at a very cheap  mistrust of energy decisions that will  get more difficult as time goes on."  Editor,  The Times:        %  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum-  Society would like to thank all who made  our recent Sea Cavalcade Art Exhibition  such a tremendous success. These include  Greg Bellerby, at the extensions department of the Vancouver Art Gallery, for an  excellent exhibit of the works of such fine  artists as John Constable and t Jack  Shadbolt, and the many local artists that  we were proud to host. Also, thanks to the  B.C. Provincial Museum, for their fine  travelling exhibit, Frank Swannell, B.C.  Land Surveyor (which will be at the  museum until August 17).  Further thanks to The Gallery Shop, the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council, and the  characters who helped us shuffle around  the museum's collection and set up the  show.  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum Society.  Report irom Victoria  by Don Lockstead  MLA Mackenzie Riding  Frequent questions  The last Ministry to have its budget  approved was that of Highways, and I took  the opportunity to outline some of the  massive transportation problems that  have long plagued the Central Coast  region.  One of the main problems Is that the  Highways Ministry has been a traditional  source of political pork barrelling. There ls  an old saying in Social Credit circles  "when in doubt, pave a road". Proof of this  is that announcement of highways projects  are done personally by MLAs in government ridings while opposition members  are often informed secondhand. During  the election it was the Social Credit candidate who announced a supplementary  vessel to service Earls Cove, Saltery Bay.  and Powell River, and as MLA for the  riding I had no notification from either ihe  ferries or the Ministry. (The fact Mr. K.  Sorko ls a director of the B.C. Ferry  Corporation and was also campaign  manager for the Socred candidate in my  The Peninsula jifcweA  Published Wednesdays nt Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Const  ' ""���"��� '"ivy ' * " ' -  The Peninsula Times  lor Weslpres Publications Ltd.  nl Sechelt, B.C.  Box 310 t-Sechelt. B.C.  VON MO  ."  '����� PhoneHoS-.12.il  'Ohlfeol.ou'm:.N:.10n.m.  to5p,m,T<ies.-Snt.  Subseriplloi, Rales: (in advance)  Local, .117 per year. Beyond .15 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10, Overseas $11.  (\iiiii'ihiii<n;.:  |)|v, 7, Sechell Llcinenlury  Kobcrl I'oxull  Vein(jlesbrevhl  ,   Dennis CJray  Maurice Hemstreet  Jeaiilo Norton  Miirrle Ucuinuu   ,  .    Bruce, Kublusuu  (iiiy Symonds  Mnlion Alsager  Pc^y Connor  Doris lulwarUtton  MaryTlnkloy'SlMinnon  riding may have had some significance.)  The point is that something as important  as transportation should not have to suffer  because of political games.  Aside from some small repair work  which has occurred, Highway 101 is still in  need of major reconstruction. That highway does not even link up with the portion  which was completed north of Halfmoon  Bay several years ago. The Langdale-  Gibsons bypass has been recommended by  the ratepayers In the area and I expressed  concern in the House that before construction starts, the Municipality,  Regional District and ratepayers be  satisfied of the highways location. The  Powell River sections of the highway are  collapsing into the ocean and with the  traffic increasing all the time the need for  action, possibly even a different route, is  pressing. The same applies to Ocean Falls  which is In need of urgent highway repair.  For the entire length of 101 from Langdale  up to Lund there ls not one rest area. These  are the concerns I voiced to the Minister of  Highways in the hope of action.  Coastal transportation at present is at  the level it was 30 years ago. Since the  government assumed full responsibility  for coast transportation the service has  been terrible. For instance obtaining fresh  food supplies is an impossibility In tho  Queen Charlottes and Ocean Falls because ,  suppliers are given no special consideration by the Ferry Corporation. This  inflexibility plays havoc with most  everyone who depends upon the ferries as  their exclusive means of travel. It seems  confusing that resident commuter cards  ate honored on a number of ferry routes on  the Sunshine Coast across to Horseshoe  Bay but not on tho Powell River to Cpmox  route. I see no reason why free travel  should bo denied to tho handicapped, tho  chronically ill, and, during tho half-  utilized off-season to school, youth and  service groups.  The coastal residents ere not receiving  the transportation service they deserve.  Judging from tho service to the Queen*  Charlottes, Bella Bella and Bella Coola one  really wonders If tho government has not  forgotten them. Tho proposed airport at  Bella Bella, JiWfi^'TyMTmWSF  provincial project is nothing but a Wg  question mark at this point. With $00  million In overruns in Highways for each  of the past two yoars surely some funds  could bo directed this way.  One of the more frequent questions this  writer is tasked since becoming editor is,  "What do you think of all the competition  you have?"  . Coming from the one-paper town of  Delta I have to admit it will take a little  while to get used to. It certainly makes it a  ��� lot more interesting being able to compare  your product with the others, although it  could cause some embarrassment.  On the last paper I worked, when you  missed a story there was no reporter from  the other newspaper to rub it in.  That's okay, though, it's the snide  , comments about your product that really  hurt and I wori't get into that game of  media bashing.  In a town where there are two-and-a-  half papers you Just can't afford to make  enemies, so the only thing I can do Is keep  right on producing the best pewspaper on  the coast.  that I was sports editor of the Optimist. I  also worked as sports writer for the  Kamloops Sentinel and for a short while at  the Williams Lake Tribune.  My schooling took place at Simon  Fraser University and Capilano College.  The third most frequent question asked  is what my opinion of the local governments are. That answer will be reserved  until I get a little more knowledge of the  subject, although I'm sure you will be  hearing more from me.  The second most frequent question  encountered ls about my background. I  came to the Pen Times from,the Delta  Optimist where I was editor, previous to  Speed traps on the coast are something  else. Saturday night at the Roberts Creek  Legion I realized I was late for a photo  assignment at the Sechelt Legion.  Out into my car and down Lower Road  travelling above the speed limit by not  more than 10 miles and hour. No farther  than one mile down the road I got a warning to slow down.  A little old man Btanding by the side of  the road throwing blackberries and yelling  at me to slow down. Glad he wasn't picking  apples. '  plus 3,627 as the total population of both  Areas B and C. Therefore one imagines  -thatthe 3,627-are solid for'the referendum.-  The " 170 -voiced their - opinions- at held -  meetings, did the whole 3,627 attend  meetings to voice their ideas? Come off it,  we're not all idiots. Those who don't attend  have no recorded choice.  Jorgensen says 200 Sechelt residents  cannot support the arena. I agree, but I  also state that Area B is mostly made up of  retired pensioners on fixed incomes, and  by far the majority never enter the arena.  So why should we, the pensioners, have  to subsidize.something we never, use. If  those 3,627, less those we haven't heard  froiri, want the arena so bad, then let them  have some persons that can run it, charge  those who use it the required fee to keep it  going.  . I might mention that the residents of  Area B built and manage the Welcome  Beach Hall for many uses. We have added  as time wight by, but.we have never gone  crying to the other areas to help us  financially or any other way. If we can do  it on fixed incomes, not indexed, then other  areas can do their thing with the help of  earned incomes which are very handsome  in a lot of cases. '    y  Go ask them to dig a little. I'm sick and  tired of the hinted idea that we'll have our  fun, but let Area B pay the shot. Come on,  smarten up, Sechelt and Area C wanted  the baby, now care for it and don't go  looking for foster parents.  One other item, "The Press" goes to  great lengths to give a full report. So be it,  but it better get the map out and study it. A  picture of Halfmoon Voluntary Firemen  dousing a blaze on Redrooffs Rd., Sechelt.  May I point out that Redrooffs Rd. is in  Halfmoon Bay District.  I heartily agree with the complaint in  Roberts Creek, re: Hydro roadside  mutilation. We had the same in Welcome  Woods and the Highways Department are  as bad.   '  They oiled our road down so far a week  ago, but at the bottom where it Is nearly all  sand they never touched. They've been  told, but still no oil and we suffocate from  the dust.  Keith Comyn.  we'll do it.  For Dave and I, the time arrived on the  August holiday weekend.  For three days we battled, the river,  wading it repeatedly, at times in chest-  deep water, circumventing the rapids by  scrambling up slopes that were overgrown -  with devil's club and vines of every  description, leaping from boulder to  boulder in the river's shallower stretches,  grabbing for handholds with the shimmering river hundreds of feet below us.  We saw no sign of human life for almost  two days, except for flags apparently left  by a logging company. There was not  much wildlife, either���birds, two frogs, a  mouse, half a dozen mallard ducks that  skimmed the water as we clung to a cliff ���  but we came across numerous deer tracks  and a few bear tracks.  There was no trail, except for the  familiar portion of the river. We never  knew what we'd encounter around the next  end of the river. It was magnificent to be  alone with the Chehalis, though it tor-  _mented us at times. We were left to our  own resources and took strength from  each challenge we overcame.*  ���Atthe��nd of the second-day, as-the-full���  moon rose over the river- we-calculated -  that we had covered about five miles of  river, but there were still four more to go.  We had to be back fairly early the next  day, so we agreed to strike out for the  logging road and finish the trip by that  route.  We followed a large creek for more  than an hour to reach the logging road.  Along the way, we passed beneath a  massive, crumbling log bridge that was  reminiscent of a derelict Roman aqueduct.  The pillars sup|rortu1g the three great logs  were Intact but the lesser supports and the  rest of the bridgetfeck had toppled into the  bushes, leaving the centre of the bridge  isolated above the creek.  Once on the dusty road, we soon encountered marks of the civilization we had  temporarily escaped: a beer bottle,  marshmallows floating in the slough  beside the road, a pork and bean can  riddled with bullet holes, cars that roared  by to add another layer of dust to our  clothes and faces.  We never did get to the Chehalis Lake1 to  see where the Chehalis River began its  journey to the Harrison. After W* miles of  road hiking, we were content to sit on the  bridge overlooking the river's deep green  pools and tell each other, "Some day we'll  take more time and go right to the lake.  We'll follow the river all the way, some -  day."  Christian Science  "And seeing the multitude, he went up  Into a mountain: and when he was set, his  disciples came unto him: And he opened  his mouth and taught them." (Matt. 5:  1,2.)  Then followed the most blessed and  dearly loved 'sermon on the mount'. Of  this blessed sermon, Mary Baker Eddy  writes," To my sense the Sermon on the  Mount, read each Sunday without comment and obeyed throughout the week,  would be enough for Christian practice.  The Word of God Is a powerful  preacher..." (Message for 1901 Pg. 11.)  Coast residents continue to  give Viet refugees support  ��  Residents on the coast are continuing to  give overwhelming support to the local  sponsorship program for Vietnamese  Refugees. To date, the Sunshine Coast  Society for Vietnamese Refugees has  received $5,200 in cash donations. Pledges  of 'more to come'are sUU being received.  Tho Society's application to tho  Department of Immigration to sponsor  two families has now been accepted by  Ottawa. The Society has been asked to "be  patient" while Canadian officials In  Slngapooro screen the refugees, It is still  expected that the families will arrive lato  In August or early In September,  Meler^tdonations such as beds, furniture, towels and other household items  are now being collected. We would like to  set up collection depots in Gibsons,  Roberts Creek and Pender Harbour In  order for individuals to more easily donate  "mfileHaT^^  St. has Mndly' offered her house ar the  Socholt depot. Anyone able to provide a  depot In tho other three areas is asked to  phono OQo-0708. Arrangements can be  made to have material donations picked  I  up. If anyone has a pick up truck or a  trailer and would be willing to help collect  material goods, please contact the Society,  When tho refugee families arrive, there  will be a great need for volunteers to help  with language training, local transportation and shopping. The families will  find Canadian culture and ways of doing  things vastly different from what they  havo been used to. Thoy will need  assistance in learning how to cope with  their new homeland. The Society already  has a list of a few volunteers willing to  work In this capacity. More volunteers will  bo needed. If you would like to help in this  way, please Indicate on tho Refugee, Aid  ' coupon,'"  " ��� * """ ""  If you have previously made a pledge  for a flnancil donation to tho refugees, the  Soplety Is now accepting single donations  or post dated cheques. New donations are,  of coiirwrwetonned^a^  cheques or money order payable to the  Sunshine Coast Society for Vietnamese  Refugees. Send donations to P.O. Box 1166,  Sechelt, B,C, For more information,  contact Susan Nichols 886-0798.  What 9s it io  you:  What does a community newspaper mean to you? News, obviously. But what  else would you like to read and what would you like to read more of?  We offer a wide range of articles from straight news to opinions to features, aa  we feel a community newspaper should have swnethlng for everyone.  And U there ia something you don't like, why don't you drop us a line? We  welcome letters to the editor. They must be signed, but the use of a pen name ls  permitted at the request of tiie writer.  However, for your protection and ours, letters of a libelous nature or in bad  taste can not be published.  .because every  child has the  right to smile  HOTO !s-��-tV\��'s-\<'-'i4-i/'-\i''\/-vl \/\<"ir  WJI  ^J   II HOI I KUiV_>i  K 4.1     toni  ot the Child  t iiiccf Canada <?)  """���-" """ "'T'-  I '��� 'J I.  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The men have since been charged with  assault on a peace officer, assault causing  bodily harm ahd escape from lawful  custody.  Two JuvenileS'have been apprehended  and charged following two separate thefts  August 6, in which a GMC pick-up was  stolen from West Sechelt and a 20-foot boat  was stolen from Halfmoon Bay.  GIBSONS  Gibsons RCMP reported a "very busy  Our new stock is arriving daily"  ��� Refreshments ��� Door Prizes ���   OPENING SPECIALS  (XKJUMat __,  wm. Ifw cant]  ctm\m...mi  MARLEE FASHIONS ltd  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2916  assaulted  week." A man woke about 4 a.m. August 10  to see another man standing in his front  room. The intruder eyed the man, then  left.  A maroon iMotocross  bicycle  with  yellow fenders and a "black-seat "wasr  reported stolen irom Glen Rd.r August J0.~  A man driving his car down the 1600-block  Marine Drive reported something was.  thrown at his car August 9.  Wilful damage was reported at Gibsons  Elementary School the same day after a  young~boy's Iriclrtle^tireY^wyre^la^edVy  The windshield and windows of a vehicle  were reported smashed August 9 near B  and K Logging Rd. and Hwy. 101. Damage  was estimated at $500. A man's 18-inch  gold box-style chain valued at $300 was  reported stolen, also on August 9 from the  beach at Soames Point.  Windows were reported smashed in a  building on Chaster Rd. and a telephone  stolen from Roberts Creek, August 8. Two.  trucks parked on School Rd. were van-  dalized August 7. Thfi aprinl rvf wip tnirk  was bent and the two side mirrors broken  and cracked. The door frame of the other  truck was damaged.  A 10-lb. four-prong anchor valued at $50  was reported stolen from a boat docked at  a local marina August 7. The Gambier  Island Legion was broken into August 6  and three cases of beer and $100 was  stolen. The juveniles involved were apprehended and charged.  A1964 red Buick .Skylark was reported.  stolen from the School Rd. area August 6.  A purse was stolen from a vehicle parked  at the Gibsons Legion August 5. The purse  ^contained personal effects and $30.  A1968 blue Ford pick-up truck, licence  number 8862CY, was reported stolen from  Reed Rd. August 5.  Weather  Lo. Hi. Prep  -AugusH - U;5-22.5���nil-  August5 .' 14.0 21.5    nil  August 6 . .12.0 22.5    nil  August7 ���\...���  12.0 22^0    nil  " AugustfJ.7.. .7.7 12.5 23.0"   nil  August9 13.0 23.0    nil  AugustlO 14.5 22.5    nil  Week's rainfall nil. August to date nil.  1979 to date 53.90 cm.  August 4 -10,1978 0.18 cm. August 1 -10,  1978 0.18 cm. Jan. - August 10, 1978 68.53  . cm.  If anyone would like cedar shakes  kindling, Miss Bee will gladly give you any  quantity I Just Ask!,��� Miss Bee's, .Sechelt.  V  Wednesday, August IS, 1979  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  *\  In whit* or  almond only  WASHER & DRYER  $768  lor th.  polr  Wather      $629.00  Dryer $409.00  $1,038.00  AMBASSADOR  S|in��trl U.ii��'  2 YEARS PARTS & LABOUR - 10 YEARS  TRANSMISSION REPLACEMENT WARRANTY  uji din y  EASY TERMS  V.AaCs>  Utotlmo itclnla)��i ���*������! tub  WASHER * AD 101  Faxjiuraw a Multl-Cycl. timer with a Pormantnt Pr����i and Wathoblt Knit cycU, 9 wath/rlnto  itl.ctlont and 4 tpln/ogltotlon i.laxtlon (or all fabric laundering. 4 potltlon i.ltKtlon  allowi cholcs of wat.rl.va.lt. Porclaln top and lid. Statnlatt St**) tub wllh HfMlm.  r.placm.nt warrant/. * AvallabU In Whit* (W) and Almond (L)  DRYER *BE100  F<MturM a Multl-Cycl* tlm*r Including 2 automatic at w*ll at P*rm��n*nt Pr*u and Fluff-  Dry. Porcelain top. Puth-to-ttart button, ���nd-of-cycU signal. In-a-door lint Kn��n and  P.rmacot* drum. * Available In Whit* (W) and Almond (L)  KERN ELECTRONICS  Check & Compare! 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ALUMINUM FACIA COVER & SOFFIT  VINYL        SIDING       ALUMINUM  ROLL UP   AWNINGS   ALUMINUM  CANOPIES & CARPORTS  BAKED ENAMEL ON ALUMINUM FOR MAINTENANCE FREE USE  BLOWN IN  WAU5 INSULATION ceilings  EASILY INSTALLED IN NEW & EXISTING HOMES  ORNAMENTAL  IRON  RAILINGS     ALUMINUM  any size Fini-^Aiirrye  fireplace  OR SHAPE  FIRESCREENS  ACCESSORIES  We install all our products  S-   ^ Richard  y V���M Sasaratt  886^411   N0rth Road,  886-8023   Gibsons  Free Estimates      No Obligation  Gibsons glimpses  Golf Driving Range  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  Halfmoon Bay happenings  Fiery week-end  Mary Shannon, Ph. 885-9765  The Golf Driving range was opened  temporarily for the Sea Cavalcade  we~eReffdr"MildreTl~ffnd^BryaTi~Hogg~  acquired this property about a year ago  and proceeded to develop it for the purpose  of a golf driving range. Their long range  plans are to have a Par 3, 18 Hole golf  course, the shortest hole to be 50 yards and  the longest, 120 yards. Also there will be a  Putt Putt course. This complex will be  known as the Cedar Crest.Golf Centre.  When the driving range is officially  opened, the cost for driving will be $2.50 for  a lftrge bucket of balls which holds approximately 75-80 balls and $1.75 for a  small bucket of balls (35). They will have  Clubs for rent and the hours that the range  will be open are 9 a.m. to dusk. The driving  stalls will be covered so can be used rain or  shine. Therej?ilLbeajvashroom facilities, -  -snack-bar-anti-hopefiilly, eventually a Bar���  and a golf Pro.  For the Mini Putt area there will be 18  fairways, mostly concreted with Astro turf  covering.' There will be a variety of interesting mechanical traps to putt  through. They hope it will be ready this  fall.  There is a long driveway off the highway and there will be parking for at least  35 cars in the lot by the shop. The Hogg's  residence will be above the main office and  facilities area. They plan to have a white  stucco finish on the building, with English  Tudor trim,        -         Mr. and Mrs. Hogg came to the Sunshine Coast in 1968 and settled in Roberts  Creek and Bryan was a Beachcomber at  that time. He later went into carpentry and  also is the owner of Ponderosa Pines  Trailer court.  We wish them good luck on their new  venture!   .         ,  Congratulations to Jim Stobie, Coordinator, and all his Sea Cavalcade  Committee for the excellent job they did in  putting the successful Cavalcade.weekend  ^iT~EwiythTng~frohT the weU Organized  parade to the final Water sports event  ^seemed torun off veryjwell. f knowJhat-  the committee numbers were few and I  would like to take this opportunity in  ��� commending them on a job well done.  Visiting Garth and Jill Coombs this past'      Visitors to the Sunshine Coast over the  month were friends' John and Corey   B.C. holiday^w_eekejLdjmayJa^yeJiadJoiig-  THoffardfroirrReslda,Calif ^ThTHoffafds   waits for theferries, but most of. them  are old army buddies and Garth and Jill ' were well rewarded once they got here, for  had not seen them for 25 years. Also Mr.   the weather was perfect, the sea warm for  ahd Mrs. Gerald tyark of Winnipeg, Man.  and a cousin, Barry Bryant from Smith  Falls, Ont. Jill says that it's been great to  see everyone, but hectic too.  Mr. and Mrg. Alexander M'. Buchanan  from Balmaclellan, Scotland, are visiting  their son and daughter-in-law Alex and  Margaret Buchanan. Mr. Buchanan is a  Pipe major and has been filling in for  Harold Estabrook during the past few  weeks. The Buchanans have been here  since June and just love our scenery and  the Gibsons area. This is their third visit  -jmd-they-alwayshate-ta-leave.   In our conversation with Rosemary  Carlisle of the Tussle Mussie Boutique  shop, she told us that they do sell clothes on  consignment but it must be good quality  used clothing and-or, unusual and interesting.    ~_ -The,painting_by__Allan Edwards was  awarded to tin highest bidder, who is  Senja Boutilier. A3 a matter of interest,  Senja took some classes from Allan Edwards and so has a special connection with  the artist. Congratulations Senja!  The many friends of Rocky Grey will be  sad to hear that he has passed away. The  "Swingers" bowling group will miss him.  Rocky is a long time resident of the Sunshine Coast.       y.  Florence Tuckwood and family have  been visiting her sister Verla Hobson and  are now on their way ��� north to visit  Florence's parents. The Tuckwoods are  . here on a month's vacation from Kuwait,  Saudi Arabia.  swimming and the salmon biting. Most of  them had a great time, but not all. For our  noble volunteer firemen, it was a gruelling  and worrying time, with a constant stream  of,fire calls. They responded to calls to  "Lord Jim's where a "grass fire had been  caused by an overturned barbecue and to a  brush fire at the Bruce Robinson property.  Mrs. Robinson says it was a most  frightening experience and made her  realize the importance of all homes being  equipped with fire extinguishers and a  hose long enough to cover the property.  She paid tribute to the firemen who did  -such an efficient job of containing the fire.  Anuliier  call  was  lu" the  beucnte  Meanwhile plans are well in hand for a  PRrtyJohbnouiLthe-retiring-postniistresSr-  Grace RutherfQrd_on_ Saturday at the  Welcome Beach Hall. It is hoped that all  Grace's friends and the people she has  served for 28 years will join in paying  tribute to her: A buffet supper will be/  served and later in the evening there will  be dancing. Those who plan to be there in  time for supper are asked to telephone  Olive Comyn at 885-2378 or Mary Murray,  Marj Nygard, Joan Mackereth or Marie  Ives.  REDROOFFS REGatta  The Redrooffs Beach and Country Club  held its annual regatta on August 4 with  around fifty children taking part and the  beaches crowded with onlookers.  Winners of the swimming races were as  follows: ���  property where the firemen extinguished a'  garage fire only to find that the fire had  crept underground and. was burning  through the centre of a huge old cedar tree.  The only way they could cope with this  problem was to get the tree felled.  The crisis came last Thursday when  firemen rushed toa bushfire on the" east  side of the highway near Lord Jim's, only  to find they could not get near enough to  take any action. The truck was returned to  the Fire Hall with a skeleton crew, while  the firemen who could be spared remained  on the scene to work oh the ground. The  B.C. Forest Service sent in wave after  wave of waterbombers throughout the day  and eventually brought the fire under  control. Over the same weekend firemen  saved two people from heart attacks by  administering oxygen.  . BEACH FIRES  And while our harrassed firemen were  coping with read emergencies like these,  they received a number of calls from  concerned citizens about the hazard of  David and Glenda Burritt and their   camp fires along the Redrooffs beaches.  three-youngsters-have- been-visiting���They respondedtoihese calls and ordered  David's parents Peggy and Ed Burritt.   all beach fires to be extinguished. It seems  David fc based with M_wmy_ in Calgary.   mConceivable__that anybodyshould-even  consider lighting a camp fire at a time  [Hey mates!  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Richard Charles Easthom, found guilty  on charges of impaired driving and  refusing to provide a breath sample a few.  weeks ago, was fined $750 on the first  charge and $250 on the second, though  Crown Prosecutor Charles Green  recommended- a "short period of incarceration," because- of previous convictions.  Employer Rory Washtock said he  would continue to employ Easthom as a  mechanic, but if Easthom went to jail he  would have to hire another. ,  Washtock said Easthom was efficient  arid prepared to yiork, the, hours necessary  in a roiwd-the-clock tow truck'operatlon.  Defence lawyer M. Cacchioni said  Easthom was "doing better than ever  before," and willing to face his alcohol  problem by contacting Alcoholics  Anonymous;  there would be "no useful purpose to  society or the accused himself to .incarcerate him at this time," Cacchioni  said.  "He is an honest man with a drinking  problem."  Judge J.S.P. Johnson said as there was  no notice to seek higher penalty there was  no mandatory jail term,  Judge Johnson said since Easthom's  employer has said employment will  continue if Easthom is not jailed, a  restriction on Easthom's drinking should  act as a deterrent similar to a jail sentence.  Also, Easthom must report to a  probation officer during the two-year  probation and submit to a breathalyser  test should a peace officer have reasonable  grounds to believe Easthom has consumed  ^alcohol.  A reading over .01 constitutes a breach  of probation.  when the brush was tinder dry and fire  hazard so high. It certainly meant adding  an extra burden to the fire department at a  time' when they were already under  considerable pressure.  There seems to be some confusion  about the territorial responsibilities of the  B.C. Forest Service and the Fire Department and this is a matter which must  surely be cleared up before we run into a  situation which could prove disastrous.  The,.. Fire Protection Officer for the  Halfmoon���Bay Fire-District -advises  residents that all fire permits are cancelled.  BEEFS AND BOUQUETS  This week's biggest bouquet must  surely go to the volunteer fire fighters pf  the HMB Fire District for their dedicated  service while the rest of us were enjoying  the holiday. Rick and Bonnie Semotiuk  also nominate two strangers for bouquets  for coming to their help during the fire  crisis. While Rick was fishing in a rowboat  in Sargeant Bay, Bonnie was standing  near the ramp trying to shout loudly  enough to attract his attention to tell him  there was a fire call. A good Samaritan in  a nearby boat offered to relay the  message. He hurried across the bay,  delivered the message and towed Rick  back to the ramp. Another stranger  standing by, who appreciated the need for  haste, helped Rick haul in his boat and  load it on to his truck.  But hot all our visitors have proved  themselves to be so neighbourly and public  spirited, John Morgan who was a guest at  the McPhalen cottage at Redrooffs, was  fishing in a small boat in Sargeant Bay  when his engine failed. He asked the owner  of a good sized boat heading for Secret  Cove for a tow into Halfmoon Bay, but  received the answer that it would slow  them down too much,  NEW POSTMISTRESS  On August 26, the Halfmoon Bay post  office Will be in a new location ��� at the B  and J Store, and the new postmistress will  be Maria Mahar who will run the post  office in conjunction with the store.  6 and Under: Dprcy Smith, Christy  Merrin, Remy Haynes. 10 and Under:  Girls ��� Andrea Merrin.AlexaMarenych, _  Kay Traumweifer. Boys ��� Chris MacPherson, Cam Dix, Sean Birt. 12 and  Under: Girls ��� Camilla Ross,-Andrea  Dalton and Wendy Ross (tied). Boys ���  Robbie. MacPherson, Chris MacPherson, _  RlckyiTMerrin. 16 and Undet: Girls ���  Camilla Ross, Wendy Ross, Betty Russell.  Boys ��� Lance Ross, Robbie MacPherson,  Chris MacPherson.  In the Open swimming race, John  Rutledge came in first with Lance Ross as  runner-up.  There were a surprising number of  entries in the Underwater events, with the  following winners declared: 10 and Under:  Girls ��� Alexa Marenych,, Andrea Merrin.  Boys ��� Cameron Dix, Jonty and Jamie  Bogardus. 16 and Under: Girls ��� Camilla  Ross, Betty Russell. Boys ��� John Dalton,  Robbie MacPherson, Allan Russell.  As usual the most hotly contested event  was the logrolling, with some very  promising future champions showing form  in the younger age groups. Winners were:  ~9~ahd"UmieiT~CameToir~Dix, Jamie  Bogardus. 12 and Under: Girls-���Andrea-  Dalton, Wendy-Ross. Boys ���-Bill Dixr  Jonty Bogardus. 15 and Under: Girls ���  Andrea Dalton, Betty Russell. Boys ���  Billy Dix, John Dalton. 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The convenor was David  Birrell ,   VIALOF UFE  The Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire  Department is prepared to sponsor the  Vial of Life programme in their fire  district if the people of the. area want it.  The idea behind the programme is to have  records of essential medical needs of any  member of your family readily available  in case of emergency ��� and the place  chosen to store the records is the  refrigerator, an easy to find storeplace in  any home.  The fire department can supply,the kit  which includes a medical form, a plastic  vial and a decal which is placed on the  outside of the refrigerator to indicate the  presence of a Vial of Life. The medical  form is to provide information about the  residents of the house with special medical  problems. This would enable the firemen  in an emergency to find the essential information without delay and to take appropriate action. The kits would be obtainable on request from any fire department. If you are Interested, telephone  Volunteer Fireman Gerry Berthelet at 885-  5772.  SICK LIST  Bill Urquhart who was in St. Mary's  Hospital following a heart attack was  transferred to Vancouver last week. The  last news we had of Bill ls that he was  making good progress and expecting to be  released from Intensive Care.  Idling gets zero miles to the gallon.  Driving slowly for the first few minutes is  a much more efficient way to warm the  motor than excessive idling, oven after the  car has stood overnight. Also, turn off the  Ignition any time you expect to wait more  than 30 seconds or so. Restarting will take  less gasoline than Idling. Remember this  rule when waiting in lino, for instance, at a  drive-in window. Sechelt notes  Loggers ready  by Peggy Connor 885-9347  By MURRIE REDMAN  Wednesday, August 15,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  ���Thls"Saturd^yrAugust-18 will-go-down-  as Wakefield's first big Loggers sports, to  be held in West Sechelt on the grounds in  front of the Wakefield Inn..  Gary and Rick Radymski along with  Ron Brackett have been devoting a lot of  time in preparation for the big event. Ron  has been competing at other logger sports  in Squamish and Grand Prairie, and  despite travel problems returned home  with four seconds, the first place for each  event going to Ron Hartel, World Champion. Ron Hartel would like very much to  be here to compete but due to a prior  commitment to be at the CNE in Toronto  makes this impossible.  The Sunshine Coast team for the relay  includes such names as Bud Vance, g Ken  Nelson, Ron Brackett and three more yet  tr, he grided TJiia-teaiffi will tour Vancouver  Island in the near future.  Australian Jim Waugh known as one of  the best big choppers on the circuit will be  here, the calibre of competitors is of the  best, guaranteeing excellent. performances.  It will be a day full of excitement, plan  to spend a good afternoon. There will be  hotdogs, coffee etc. available. "  Be there to see Wakefield Logger  Sports put this area on the loggers' circuit  right up there with Squamish, Sooke etc.  Channel 13 is showing an interest in the  event.  SALMON FOR ALL  When Mrs. Marjorie Black, dietician at  St. Mary's Hospital was told there was a  man at the door with some fish for the  patients, she received.a big surprise.  Taking with her a platter to carry the  salmon back to the kitchen, only to find  Martin Lueck there with his 35 pound,  salmon!  Getting over the shock at the size of the  gift and the generosity of the fisherman  from Pender Harbour, Mrs. Black made it,  with help, back to the kitchen.  1      ThTrTwas"ptefity~of "salmon forallthe  ���patients and the staff's lunch room..    Grateful thanks from St. Mary's  Hospital have gone out to the kindess of  Martin Lueck who put a real fresh touch to  the day's menu.  CROSS CANADA BY BIKE  That is what Dennis Hansen is at  present up to. He dipped his wheels in the  water at Davis Bay on June 12 to start, off  to bicycle across Canada with his 10-speed.  He averages about 70 to 90 miles per  day, recently arriving in Thunderbay, the  latest leg of his trip from Winnipeg to  Kenora. Biking in the heat, he welcomed  the many lakes to cool off with a swim'.  from-Langley,rDrrAlex Robinsoni-and-WUf-  Evans to name a few.  Ivan Smith brought along one of their  guests, Sadie Spencer a former co-worker  of Art's from Vancouver.  ROOM AT THE COURT  Greene Court, the senior citizens  housing buildings will soon be ready for*  occupancy and surprisingly still has a few  vacancies oh the list for the new building.  If you cure a senior, citizen looking for  reasonable accommodation ($80 per  month), within walking distance .of stores  and other facilities, able to take care of  yourself, phoneorj^telMrs. Mary Walker  to obtain a form to register, phone number  is 885-9347, address RR1, Halfmoon Bay.  LOTTIE POSTLETHWAITE  tttle-Peatlethwaite was weH-  SEEMS LIKE THIS ROAD GOES ON  FOREVER by Jean Van Leeuwen, Dial  (Doubleday) 1979, |9.95.  TREAD SOFTLY by Gorlnne Gerson, Dial  (Doubleday) 1979, $9.95.  - Adolescents are very complex people.  In their search for their own identities,  they do a lot of looking around. Oftentimes  it is in the form of novel characters. They  like to "try on", roles without achially  experiencing them. That is why variety Is  the keyword In adolescent reading encouragement.  According to child psychologists,  adolescence is a time of flux. On one hand,  the teen is ait idealist and moralist who  prefers that everyone be perfect. On the  other hand, he does not always aspire to  'with solutions and adolescent characters  like themselves. They like non-patronizing,  material to fit their emotional level and  Inquisitive minds. They will tolerate poor  writing but .will not sacrifice favorite  subjects for great, literary style. They like  a text that is relatively simple and quick to  read, but complex enough to satisfy  emerging intellect. SEEMS LUCE THIS  ROAD GOES ON FOREVER meets many  of these needs. It is well written and absorbing. Mary Alice is the seventeen year  . old daughter of a very strict preacher. So  far her life Was been closely controlled by  parents who rule by biblical phrase, cold  looks and strict guidelines. Whey they  decide on a faith healing religious college  for the girl, she begins to break down. She  Dennis is working for a short tlmeT��t"a~  thermo generating plant to finance the rest  of his journey, amazed at the vastness of  the operation, with 150 electricians like  himself, and other trades.    '   *  Travelling alone but Joined by others  travelling the same route from time to  time, meeting some very fine people.  Parents Niels and Faye Hansen are  following his trip with great Interest.  VISITORS  Art and Mary Redman have been Susy  entertaining out of town guests, Mary's  brother-in-law Cecil Wolfe-Jones and wife  Ruth from Tulare, Southern California,  Art's Uncle Tom.and Aunt Grace Killick  with daughter Donna and John McTaggart  known in Sechelt where .she was an active  member of several organizations before  she moved to North Vancouver. Lottie died  on August 1 at the age of 83. _ _  Two sons who have lived in this area for  quite a number of years, Jim who moved  from Roberts Creek to Alert Bay some  time ago and Frank, musician ahd band  leader of Gibsons, another son Stephen of  North Vancouver. The one daughter,  Quinne Lind, is in Keremeos..  FRANSKES RETIRE AND HOLIDAY  Twenty-nine years of business at Davis  Bay came to ah end for VUTand- Kay  Franske on June 30 when the Bella Beach  Motel was sold to its new owners.  The new owners are two brothers,  Benddi and Paul Haikorien who with their  respective spouses Lisa and Tuija came  here from Burnaby, formerly from  Finland. Fine people.  The Franskes operated a store on  Stuart Island for six years prior to purchasing Whitaker's Trading Post in 1950,  promptly changing the name to Vic's  Trading Post. They took over the running  of the Post Office in 1955 continuing until  -196IwheiLtheJWboiLCreek7p^  moved ui, with Sechelt jbecoming a rural  route. " .  Going into the motel business in 1961  with Vic's Motel changing the name a few  years back to the Bella Beach Motel.  By 1968 they gave up the grocery store  keeping on with the motel until 1979.  Their family of three were raised and  went to school in the Sechelt area. Vaughn  is married and living in Port Coquitlam  working for B.C. Telephone. They have  one daughter four years old.  Daughter Vicky married to Ole Hansen  are farming their own place outside of  Quesnel enjoying the life with their  daughter Melissa, two years old and baby  those heights hlmaelfrWhatrhegrants tobe-^startsto shtaji^lft-fromthestorewhereshe  and what he really Is, gets confused. An works. Her kleptomania adds to the  adolescent looks for various models on hundred guilts already on her. mind,  which to pattern himself, be It rock star or Finally an' unhappy romantic experience  priest. If liecannotfintHheinin realMferri!��4jMywfojH"g"Jwessiontoad tqaatafa.  YOUR CHANCES AT GOOD FORTUNE  -  For winning numbers ask your lottery retailer;  your nearest branch of Canadian Imperial Bank  of Commerce or write to: .7  WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY FOUNDATION  1 Lakeview Square   WinnipegrManitotJ3~R3C3H8���'--���=   fantasy has to do, often in the form of  books.  Unfortunately, reading takes an all  time low plunge in the teen years^ But the  ones who are readers or the ones newly  turned on to it are voracious. There are  authors who excell in juvenile writing,  "JudyBlume for one. Nothing will stop a  teenage reader from getting the books he.  wants to read, be it witch-hunting school  boards or zealous parents .or frosty  librarians.  Apart from adventure, mystery and  hobby books, teens want human issues  the story opens in a hospital where a  kindly psychologist unfolds Mary Alice's  dilemma and helps her reach a more  positive-solution -to- her. problems.. Het_  mind and the leg she has broken in her runaway car accident heal with the help of the  understanding doctor.  Take a step in the right  direction.TakcB few.  parmapaaiank  Fitness. In your heart you knots, itfe right.  boy of six months.  The third family member, Barry, is  living in Burnaby. Single, doing very well  for himself.  Kay is again enjoying good health after  her recent illness, and has just returned  with Vic from a vacation trip.  CANADIAN       CHAMPION        RON  BRACKETT  At Squamish Logger Sports Ron  Brackett received his award from the  Canadian Loggers Association for the  Novice Logger with the most points racked  up for 1978 to make him Canadian Novice  Logger Champion. He was presented with  a Pentax camera along with the award.  Congratulations to our top loggerl  capilano   PART-TIME LAB SUPERVISOR  college BUSINESS OFFICE TRAINING  DUTIES:   To   supervise   tho   Business   Office   Training  Laboratory (Gibsons) *  QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should havo oxperience In typing,  office procedures, bookkeeping, and working  with adult learners.  APPOINTMENT:   Temporary Fall 1979, with possible extension In  Spring 1980  SALARY:  APPLICATIONS TOi  Fqculty Scale  H. B. Klrchner, Dean,  Career/Vocational Programs  Capilano College,  2055 Purcell Way,  North Vancouver, B.C.  V7J 3H5.  BY    August 24, 1979  capilano      CAPILANO COLLEGE  coltege GIBSONS  ADVANCED SECRETARIAL AND BOOKKEEPING PROGRAM  .   ���  Capilano College Is offering an advanced secretarial and  bookkeeping program. Tho program will Include: business  machines, communications, dictaphone, advanced typing and  bookkeeping.  STARTING DATE:  '-������ ������"��� - -" "TIME?"  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So if we really want this, lis wnuw um.  grasp. But on the basis of past efforts to  geta recreation facilitylnRoberts Creek,  we'll have to convince a lot of people of the  merit of the project. A meeting to brainstorm and formulate a plan of attack will  be held tonight, August 15, at the Community Hall at 8 p.m. It's very Important  so please come and give us your support!  * 17. Large door opening  allows easier fuel loading.  Removable ash retaining  shield for safety and  convenient clean out.  18. Rotating draft control knobs  let you adjust the burning rate  to an efficient minimum.  J 14. Large  j cooking and  _/ warming surfaces.  15. Traditional design \.t  trimmed with otna- |w  mental castings. I��  .1  Acorn Ranger, the hotter idea in Wood Stoves,  from Selkirk - The Energy ridge Company.  PLUS  A FULL RANGE OF ACCESSORIES  TIM-BK-MAFTmBUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  iimuiimnnii     ��� %��tmm.i*,.vmm  and or     886-8141  "FOR Mi. 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NEW BARTENDERS  - The unwary newcomer to the Legion  last Saturday was met with a special treat  ��� Annie and Marlene were manning  (sorry, personning?) the bar. Now, ladies,  if only you could sing, you could audition  for the "Pig and Whistle."  RUMOUR OF THE WEEK  Did you hear? George made his first  sale as a real estate salesman ��� he sold  the little Legion to a fellow from Seattle.  CRUISIN' ON BY  The same week as the "Queen of  Alberni" grounded out in Active Pass,  Roberts Creek narrowly missed.its very  own marine disaster. Or so resident  onlookers thought when the cruise ship the  Viking Clipper passed so close to shore  that it was feared that it would hit the reef.  Perhaps the captain was treating his  passengers to a closer look at the native  life on the Sunshine Coast but were  evidently unimpressed ��� reports say that  there was nobody out on deck taking advantage of the opportunity to admire our  -Iaif"shores.  AREALLOSS           Those fortunate enough to have known  her, mourn tbe loss of Joan Davies last  week. She was truly a special person, a joy  and delight to all who met her, and the  many who felt close to her will treasure  , fond memories of her gracious warmth  and indefatigible vitality. .  All those snapshots you took on your  holidays deserve to be kept intact in a nice  album. We have many to choose frorn^ ���  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  -BillJigas_anhonour and a credit to his    VISITORS-TO-THE-HARBOUR-  family, .friends and the community.  Considerate, gentle and kind, yet__very__  outspoken, not a man to mince words or  take a back seat, as he believed in you, the  people, fought for your rights and that is  why today he is still the backbone of our'  community, even though he is no longer  with us.,  ���  There was also soft hearted Bill, who  used to take sick people by boat across the  harbour to St. Mary's Hospital regardless  of whether it was day or night, sometimes  blowing a gale. He was also the vet in those  days,-often-putting-a-splint-on- a_x:at or_  dog's leg.  Between Bill and his wife Flora, their  home always seemed like a halfway house,  doors open to all who needed help. I know_  Jeannie Haddon of Madeira Park had a  surprise visit from-her- four .sisters  recently. Nancy Nichols, Burnaby, Gladys  McLachlan, Burnaby, Betty Scott, Edmonton and Amy Gillis, Burnaby.  Madeline Woodward, Madeira Park has  her son Guy Rolland visiting her. He is  from St. Adelle, Quebec.  CONGRATULATIONS  Congratulations to Ray Mair on the  birth of his grandson Aug. 4.  Ghost plant  By ALISON WATT  Park Naturalist,  that some of you have your own personal  memories of this grand person, and so  have I, Gordon needed help and Bill was  right there and I still say, thank you Uncle _  Bill, I'11-never forget.  SHATTEREED NERVES  Alfie Harper and Keith Fulton had  shattered nerves for awhile when their  twelve acres of timber caught fire last  week. Men from Pender and Sechelt  helped to fight the fire under supervision of  the Forestry branch. Roddy Webb was  able to save one of the machines and while  doing so was drenched with the fire  retardent from one of the water bombers.  DISCO ON THE  25th OF AUGUST  Everyone enjoyed the last dance held at  the RC Legion last week and there will be  another one on the 25th of August. Starts at  9 p.m., no admission charged.  ACCIDENT  Glen Higgins received injuries to his  pelvis and ribs and Ian Campbell an injured arm when the car they were in  collided with another near Wood Bay  Friday night, Aug. 10.  "Porpoise Bay Provincial VarK  You may have noticed on a walk  through our coastal forest, a glimmer of  white among the forest litter along the  pathside. If you looked more closely you  were probably puzzled by a cluster of  plants that were almost translucent white,  (colourless like some mushrooms), and  yet formed like a flowering plant, (with  stalk and nodding bell-shaped flower).  What you were seeing was indeed a  flowering plant. It is called Indian pipe or  Ghost-plant. These names are descriptive  of the special white of the plants, each like  a palled pipe with stem in the ground and  the bowl turned down.  LIONS LEGION PICNTX ���_    ~  The Lions Legion Picnic is on August is"  at the Lions Park, fun for young and old.  Gates open at 10 a.m. and tickets will be  available there. They are also being sold at  Pender Harbour Chevon, Egmont PO,  Garden Bay, Legion and Madeira Park  Pharmacy. Adults $1 and children 50c. If  weather is not suitable, picnic will be  postponed until the following week.  RUMOURED  The Sunshine Inn, Garden Bay has new  owners.  painters return  Three local painters who exhibited  together in the early spring of this year  will be showing again for a single day this  week. Joan Thompson Warn, \ Senja  Boutilier and Kerttu Viitanen so appreciated the welcome given their work in  March that they have gathered together a  varied cluster of local themes, new work  since that time. They will exhibit them  throughout the day, Friday, August 17  from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. in Sunnycrest Mall  in the open space by the west entrance.  Senja is best known for her quiet-  moody water-colours, Kerttu for what is  growing to be a bold statement about  Whatever scene takes her eye, whether it  be pigs or boats, and Joan Warn for birds,  harbour patterns, woods and wildflowers,  all.of which will be represented in this  showing.  Most of the work will be available for  sale.   ...      '  VOLKER KAEMLING  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  ^Pro-Treatment of Buildings Under Construction  * For guaranteed control of Carpontor Anti, Rodonts, Skunks and  oth.rP.,��..   ��� ;^-     ^h  MADEIRA PARK, 0.C. *#?* sK* 883-2531  WATERBEDS  on dispfay  High-level noise. You can't see. it or feel it,  but it's one of the worst hazards of the work  place. Where possible, employers should  control it at its source. In the meantime,  it's up to you to wear proper  hearing protection. Otherwise  your hearing may become  more and more impaired. And.  that damage will be permanent,  Protectyourseft-"St^  ��  WORKERS'COMPENSATION BOARD AM  MM Hautnm Strttot, VWXWiwn ^t VS? 3U, tajsiphonai 280-O.M1, T��*>�� 04 Bfl7?i1��  This plant belongs to a family of plants,  five members of which are*found in B.C.:  Indian pipe, Candy-stick, Cone-plant,  Pinedrops and Pinesap. The common  quality which bindVthese plants into the  same family GTtfieir BcFoTcfilorophyll.  ���Chlorophyll-is the green-pigment of  plants which absorbs sunlight to produce  the sugars necessary for the plant to live  and grow. These plants which lack  chlorophyll are called "sapyophytes";  they get their nourishment, (by growing in  association with thread-like roots, or  mycelia of certain fungi) from decaying  plant debris among the forest litter.  The saprophytes are therefore found in  areas of the forest where there is a thick  carpet of plant litter; Often they grow in  areas which are too. dark for other  flowering plants to survive, as theyjdo not  require sunlight. The whiteness of these  plants rnake^themnforeeasilydetected in-  the forest shade by flying insects, like  moths, which pollinate their flowers.  A typical cluster of Indian pipe is, five  to nine-waxy, fleshy stems,clasped by  scale-like leaves. The single flower capt  ping each stem nods at first but becomes  erect as the minute seeds develop. As the  cluster ages the stem and flower begins to  blacken and by next summer a dark brown  woody skeleton will remain where this  year's pipe bows gracefully in the half-  light of the forest floor.  I will be leading a walk along the Creek  trail at the Park on Saturday morning at  10:00. There are several clusters of Indian  pipe there. Join me if you have never seen  this bizzare plant.  Other events this week:  Sat. 8:00 p.m.: A talk "the Bottom  Story, a Slug's Eye View of the Forest  Floor".  Sun. 10:00 a.m.: Beachcombing for  kids. 8:00 p.m.: A talk "Strangers in the  Night".  Tues. 10:00 a.m.: A Walk "Fruits of the  Forest".  Meet at the change house on the beach  for these events.  CAR PURCHASE  When purchasing, leasing or renting a  new automobile, keep fuel consumption in  mind. The large "gas guzzlers" ate  becoming more and most costly to  operate. Purchase of "gas-economy" cars  make good sense and will go a long way  toward reducing fuel consumption in  Canada.  [Ald*rgrov*l  DRAPES  Custom iMack to uMfiaf.u/��! ^D/wipcn  'tfMifl MliwilGs will, no oblation,  mmmmmWmmmmmmmJmmmmmmmmmm  Hoi  JNSHINE.  INTERK  JG9fi9a.~.~^^     HorthJwiitt.  Sasaratt     886.0023      Gibsons  TOYS ARE FUN!  *iiiiiir  '���ffiSbii'    Across from SuporVolu  Sunnycrest C��ntr��, Gibsons  mmmmmmmmmmmWImVmmmmmmmmmm  \ 1       ���     >  wares at Arts Centre  Wednesday, August 15,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageAV7  Currently showing at the new Arts  Centre in .Sechelt, is an exhibition of  porcelain by Muriel Parfitt, and paintings  by David Burggraf. This show continues  until August 25. If you haven't found the  Centre yet, it is at Trail Ave., and Medusa,  ^opposite HacketLPark,^  The exhibition to follow will be a  selection from the Artists^Gallery in-  Vancouver. These works are part of ttie_  city of Vancouver's collection by Vancouver artists.  Nomi Kaplan exhibits her photography  from Sept. 28 to Oct. 11. She will also  conduct two workshops on the colour  tinting and toning of black and white  photographs.  Local artists are invited to submit their  work for a Juried Show. Selected pieces  will be displayed November 5 to November  23.   Elaine-Futtermari" of~the-erafts~Conp"  mittee, is organizing.a Craft show of  selected work from local craftspeople.  Spinners and weavers will exhibit in-  nimdual^nd^r^ii|^roieets-as^Brt-#4he  show. Date for that is Oct. 12 to 26. Are you  interested in meeting with other spinners  and weavers? Phone Mary Gregory at 886-  2064.     .  Last season's "Countryside Concerts"  were so popular, that Sustkn Elek, of the  Music Committee, is planning another  series. We look forward to Susan's return  from holidays, when more details will be  announced.  An exhibition of Masks, Oct. 27 to Nov.  3, and a Mask Making Workshop is the first  event which the Performing Arts Committee will present Anyone having masks  which they would be willing to exhibit, is  asked to contact mime artist, Gerardo  Avila, at 886-8085. Gerardo, who heads the  Dirty dirt  upsets Gibson  mothers  Dirt dumped on the sewer access road  -in frontof-the-Marina House on Armour's  I^acJiistiiought to be responsible tor "high:  fevers and gum infections in three or more  young children who played in it, Gibsons  council was told last week.  Concerned mothers spoke to council  and showed members an ice-cream bucket  full of the stinking dirt which was dumped  on the road in the last week of July.  Trish Thompson, whose three-year-old  son had a fever of 104 degrees for four  nights, said her doctor told her the dirt  could be responsible as gum infections and  high fevers had not-been "going around."  The dirt reached almost to the door of  one home and had buried^a resident's  _ba^cue,7aMthe��^WiBnan s|it3Zl7;^1777..  Works superintendent Ron Webber said  he received a number of calif concerning  the dirt, but at no time was he told "it was  up to anybody's door.''    \  He said he was arranging for the  removal of the dirt as soon as possible.  June Boe contacted the health  department, Thompson said later, and  though samples of the dirt could not be  taken the department said it would learn  where the dirt was obtained.  Fiedler Brothers Contracting Ltd, was  called in Saturday to remove the dirt.  Performing Arts committee, also invited  participation in the "Culture Wagon'7 This  is a plan to charter a bus to take coast  residents into the city for theatre and  dance events. Phone Gerardo or the Arts  Centre at 885-5412, if you are interested.  ���The-Recreation-���ommittee-has-plans-  for Video evenings, and poetry and prose  readings. An ethnic pot-luck dinner and  dance evening, to which people bring the  dinner of the country to be represented in  dance, is being pumped by folk dancers  Nancy McLeod and Adrian Belshaw.  These are some of tbe upcoming events,'  now we need member support. We have a  fine new building which is a very pleasant  "place"-. The building, will be kept open  only by volunteer .staff, so let Verity  Purdy, 885-5581 know if you can find the  time to help with sitting.  Membership is open to anyone. If you  wish to renew or join, phone Joy Graham  at 886-9260 for details, or drop by the  Centre in Sechelt, or the Gallery Shop in  Gibsons where the attendants, will be  happy to take your membership. Joy will  also be at the Mall in Gibsons on Friday,  August 17, where she and Rose McLaren of  the spinning group will literally be spinning up interest in the Arts Council, and  ready to receive memberships. So watch  for the spinning wheels.  SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  OPEN SATURDAYS ��� 11 a.m.-2 p.m.  OR CALL FOR LUMBER  *Rough Lumber * Logging 'Cutting *Thinrtlng  Reid Road  885-2455  r  The  L  to the '4%  RESIDENTS ��  OF  HARBOUR, GARDEN BAY & EGMONT  Please Note the MADEIRA PARK AMBULANCE  PHONE NUMBER has been CHANGED TO:  885-5191  Ambulance is still housed in Madeira Park and  is still run by Local Volunteers. >u\  Undo Corfu. Captain -\\\\\W\\V  ��� a����  \\\\  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  TIRE INFLATION        :  IJave the pressure on all your tires  checked regularly, and certainly before  starting out on a trip. Properly inflated  tires can save up to eight per cent of your  fuel costs. The use of radial tires also adds  to the efficiency of your vehicle.  The New  FISHER FIREPLACE  INSERT:  Now   you    can    havo   your  flroplaco and hoat with It too.  ��� Flti In��lda> your |lr��plac��.  * Improve*- ���UlcUncy and can ��av�� you  monay on your htatlno bilk  ������,.  J&CELECTRONICS  885-2568  RADIO SHACK  AuthortMdlalM Centra.  CowrU It,, laKhajU  %��^����*aA��a****pA^��*>^^(s��*VVali  'J  BE WISE...ECONOMISE  Don't Miss These Great  BACK TO SCHOOL SAVINGS!  PRICES EFFECTIVE ON HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS UNTIL      S~  SEPTEMBER 1st, 1979   ^PRICES EFFECTIVE ON BACK TO SCHOOL ITEMS UNTIL   SEPTEMBER 8th, 1979  SJt\.��  TONI  HOME  PERM  WESTERNS  PRICE  ~ New from Norway  JORDAN  TOOTHBRUSHES  "B5  2.58  Designed to reach where  other brushes can't:  WESTERN'S  PRICE  ELASTOPLAST  Wins in the stretch!  BANDAGES  Adhesive Fabric  40's    ���'  WESTERN'S  PRICE  HERBAL  ESSENCE  SHAMPOO  450ml. +  22% Bonus  JOHNSON'S  DENTAL FLOSS  WESTERN'S  PRICE  139  50 yds.  WESTERN'S  PRICE  Reeves  TEMPO DISC PAINT SET  LOOSE LEAF REFILLS  12's  WESTERN'S  PRICE  2.19  Thermos, Dome Style Character  LUNCH KITS  Complete with. 10oz. Ro.ughneck' In-     200 sheets - Metric ruled - 7mm  sulated   Bottle   Choose   from   six  Characters.  Canadiana  COLORING MARKERS  WESTERN'S  PRICE ,  3.89  WESTERN'S  PRICE  10's  WESTERN'S  PRICE  157  PALMOLIVE  SQAP  For naturally soft skin.  3 bars _  3  WESTERN'S   Bars  PRICE |or  COLGATE  TOOTHPASTE  O-  100rril '���������..  WESTERN'S  PRICE  W0NDRA  Skin conditioning lotion  400ml.   ..  WESTERN'S  PRICE  1.88  LISTERMINT  MOUTHWASH  ��� 18 fl.'eH. ' ' ��� "    '"  2nd DEBUT  LIQUID MAKE-UP  30nU- Choose from assorted  ,  shades  WESTERN'S  PRICE  ��� ���hKJ  WESTERN'S  PRICE  1.69  MART  IW^AttfeeM^K^*,^  GIBSONS WESTERN MUG MART,  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-7213  SECHELT WESTERN DRUG MART,  Trail Bay Shopping Centre Sechelt  885-9833 .._. \ -. v ���  _rv  CkcutUpYoufAct  Pitch-In  /  The  Fireplace with  the ���nergy���dge.  c&vc  3he latestdevelopmenLby  the trusted Acorn name. It  is a totally new exciting fireplace with a host of energy  efficient features.  7" (178 mm) Selkirk  Model CC Chimney-  Positive seal  damper  True heat  circulation  Glass  door  Zero  clearance  Cast iron  grate  Controlled  combustion  Exclusive  safeguard  air control  Do-it-  yourself  installation  Acorn Olympic model 2000  The beautiful alternative to the wood stove.  SELKIRK-METALBESTOS, Wallace Murray Canada Ltd,  130 North Auguata Road, Brockvllle, Ontario K6V 5V3  Telephone (613) 342-6656 Telex 06636522  ll SELKIRK .,.���*������  A* METALBESTOS  PLUS  A FULL RANGE OF ACCESSORIES  i^H^M     '^Tlfsv')  i  GIBS0N1  Times Crossword -by Jo Meinyk  IBWLWHC SWPUES ITD.  ��� .awi|tfrv..a-., --,^j,.jii ^^^^^^^^p^sk  ��___m_h   I^B     A^igu  ��� ' ^r ^^^n^mrrnvme' mmWmmw1 WWm^f1!' ^mrnmmmmmf  688-6814      ��*���    886-8141  ACROSS  1. Get up  6. Clgaretlei (Eng.),  10. Peaceful  14. Rail and air  15. bland  16. Plant  J_7.' Couj��P!_r-   18. Living room  tools  20. So be it  .21. Present  22. Cape  23. Range  25. Stage devices  27. Discouraged  30. Have (Scots.)  31. Palm  32. Error  34. Fats  38. Mammals  40. Not at all  42. Pare .  43. Precipitous   _  45. Moire mature  47. Constellation  48. Spasm  50. Drink   "52. Peninsula  Place  56. Examine   .  57. Blackbird  58. Gold measures  60. Ireland  63. Moderate  65. Scurry  66. Bitter (Fr.)   .  67. Biblical name  68. Prefix to meter  and gon  67. North Atlantic  Treaty  Organization  70. Soap Frame  Bar  71. Advantage  DOWN   1. Allan  2. Thongs  3. Without a will  4. Session  5. Is (Fr.)  6. Teenager  7. Dismounted  8. Stabs  9. Smell  10. Auto  11. Solo  12. Soloist  13. Untidy  19. Perfect  21. Garment  24. Sphere  26. Tide  27. Pats  28. He was (Lot.)  29. Satan  33. Guns  35. Kin  36. Act    ���  -37^ Fruit   39. Adam's son  41. Romulus 4 ���-  44. Part  46. Stick  49. Miss Bow  et al  51. Relatives  52. Devil  53. Injection  54. Celestial body  55. Commerce  59. Sweetsop -  61. Routine  62. State (Fr.)  64, Expert  65. Htsalth resort  PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 15, 1979  ASHERS-DRYERS-0ISHWASHERS-MICR0-OVENS  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor-������  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  Midyear guarantee on washer transmission  lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  washer tub  ���  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  TALK TO US ABOUT  CONTINENTAL AIRLINES  STiiL  Now Affordable  Return  b v a  ��� to be combined with Australian Camping & Coach tours  excursions to Hawaii  Return  AIR CANADA'S  chartered class to Frankfurt  Return  We write your ticket while you wait'  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-9255  Sunshine  Coast  Services  Ed Note: The following is written by three  grade 12 students at Elphinstone Senior  Secondary, Karl Johnson, Steve Ripper  and Brian Wall. t     '  Thissui^  a Young Canada Works Grant, producing a  slide-tap6 presentation and a general  publicity package on volunteerism.  We ere working under the auspices of  the Sunshine Coast Community Services  Society. Our first slide-tape presentation  was a general one to promote volunteerism on the Sunshine Coast, entitled,  'Volunteerism ... Satisfaction Guaranteed.'  The show focuses on four volunteers.  The 'focus' volunteers were Arthur Mc-  Phee, a retired resident who volunteers on  the Mini-Bus Committee and the  Provincial Emergency Squad. Arthur  tutors a blind gentleman seeking his high  school diploma.  Qeorge Owen is a retired resident, He is  a big brother who prefers to be called a big  grandfather. Owen is a special friend to a  local teenager. They enjoy fishing, target  shooting and Just simply talking.  Nancy Stewart tutors on a one-to-one  basis in the Sechelt Elementary Schools.  Wendy Flay is a High School student at  Elphinstone Secondary School. Wendy  volunteers at St. Mary's Hospital and she  is a guide leader with the Girl Guides.  We would like to thank the following  people for their help with this show; Arthur McPhce, George Owen, Nancy Stuart  and Wendy Play. Also, special thanks to  Helen Roy for contributing her Ideas. We  would also llko to thank Kim Almond our  Art Director, and Bert Nelson who  narrated our show.  In tho month of August we will be  producing two other slide tape shows. The  first slide-tape show Is on teenage  volunteers and teenage activities on the  Sunshine Coast. The second slide-tape  show is on Senior Citrons.  This fall the shows will bo on display in  the local malls and.selected clubs and  organizations.  "FOR AU YOUR BtHUMNQ HEEDS"  1  & SFRVIfFS      RM-ssoo  ��� GAS & DIESa PUMPS  & TOW TRUCK SERVICE  * RESTAURANT 6PEN  Hindu nntMrso pm.  Dlnnon 4il0-10 p.m,  Smorgatbordt frl, Sat, tun  th* ClAUKSONI  Jhpljan north ol S��crntti-Hwy 101  ���Bill  WB,'ifV4rtf'$ee  \  \ ^tttf^1'  l-f"  V  he Peninsula idmek  Wednesday, August 15,1979  Pages 1-8  DIICIMCCC 9   IlinilCTDV  BUSINESS �� INDUS IK Y  This pulloirt section will be offered weekly in the Peninsula Times to inform our readers on the latest news in the local real  estate market, to offer the most complete classified sales information possible and to provide news and information on  business and industry at the local, provincial, national and international level as it affects our lives on the Sunshine Coast.  >:���>:���:���������.������*.���.���.���:���  ���:���>:*:�����>:  s&:<'X<c  ssssss  f.^p"����  :*&^  iiinronrra  NORTH ROAD, GIBSONS  .> af     /;���*-������     ��� ��� '7\  Now you can buy Lots In Creekside Park Estates  on time  f-.'*-  Purchase younoOoraslittle as $17000 down.  Payments tailored to your requirements at 10% interest, which is  less than bank rates.  An Area for your Single or Double Wide Home  Why live in a mobile home park when you can own your own lot for  the same price as paying pad rental.  &���*=.<.<*.'.  Live In this quiet area of windingstreets and cul de sacs and  \ still be within walking  distance to schools,  shopping,   medical clinic, theatre and swimming pool.'  COME IN AND DISCUSS TERMS. PURCHASE NOW FOR THE FUTURE  6*,  <���:���:��:���:���:�����  &$&�����:&  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  AND UND DEVELOPMENT LTD. 682"!513  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 -a  CONVEYANCING .REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS ���NOTARY PUBLIC ^  rjriO^  &*  ,;''mw>  _$&_:  ���!'.\v.v.v.v.v.v<  5&: m<>Hr }���&$���'&'  ��fel  Remember: the nicest thing  about a  Times Classified  is that it is as near  as your v  JUST CALL  885-3231  Tuesday thru Saturday  WE'LL BILL YOU  LATER  WW:  Sy-M-  ��' TUT  �����.-. .   * .,  �����^  V  PHONE  .385-3231  PageB-2       The Peninsula Times    ' August 15, 1979  \  Work Wanted  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Help Wanted  Real  Estate   u.   Cars and Trucks  For-Sale  For Sale  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  ; at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963.  7300 Copies Distributed  Clarsjfr^TAdvertlsnig^Rates:  3-line Ad-,Briefs (12 words)  One .Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words) '. 60c  ; Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch "  'Box Numbers $.1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line."  Deaths,    Card    of    Thanks.    In  Memoriam,      Marriage      qnd_  Engagement  Notices  are  $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must.be paid for In  . advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  fc^roeelvarcdsRaiicounfi  Subscription Rate*:  By Mali:  Outside Local Ara>a $15 yr.  U.S.A , .7 $20.00 yr,  Overseas     $25.00 yr.  Single Copies ..,. 20c ea.  PEERLESS TREE ..  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing .  -  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  WANTED LICENSED or 3rd  year Heavy Duty Mechanic  for 1HC Dealership. Send  Resume to Box 1028, Hanna,  Alberta.  EXPERIENCED house-  , keepers. Experienced only  need apply, in person. Lord  JtaVs Lodge. 1818-39  DRYWALLING, taping and  filling. Free estimates - 885-  5058. 1888-10  .WELL    ESTABLISHED  3283-tf Fraser-_VaUey_Conununity  Newspaper requires experienced Sports writer.  Applicants  should  also  be  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot  in  West  Sechelt.   On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn  LITTLE HOUSE in woods.  New Brighton, Gambier Is.  $15,900.987-2196. 1763-38  GOWER PT. area, lovely 3  bdrm,   2 . bath - home,  beautiful view. 886-7543.  1771-  38 *  THE HOU.SEWARMERS will  replace  Announcements  GARAGE SALE on Saturday,  August 18,10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  1574 Abbs Road. Watch for  signs. Furniture, dishes,  miscell. items. 1933-38  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  - Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  Personal  Obituary  DAVIES: Passed away  August 6,1979, Joan Davies,  late of Roberts Creek, aged 59  years. Survived by her loving  husband John, 1 daughter  Megan, 2 sons Kim and Tony,.  1 ' grandson Matthew.  Memorial service was held  Friday, August 10 at Van-  couvar United Church, Rev.  GIANT POSTERS, black &  white or color from your  pictures. Photo stamp and  enlargements. Write for free  literature...Karreens Photos,  118A Harbourview, Box 323,  Tahsis,B.C.V0PlX0.   1792-39  LADY 5' 2", slim looking for  companionship & outings,  late 50's, 60's, Sechelt area.  Reply Box 310A, Sechelt. 1899-  40  _^  ST. JACEA. Psychic reader in  Tarot or. Palms. Write  problems and full date of birth  . with $10 to 2633 East Hastings  St., Vancouver, B.C. V5K1Z5.  Phone 255-3246. 1907-38  -Phillip  Hewitt   officiated.  Cremation. -Arrangements-  through    Devlin   Funeral  Home, Gibsons. 1896-38  HARDING: Passed away  August'8, 1979, William  Henry Harding, late of Nelson  Island, in his 67th year.  Survived by bis loving wife  Helen, three sons Billy,  Richard & Tony, 1 daughter *  Linda, four brothers Art,  Paul, Ernie & Charlie, 1 sister  Lillian and six grandchildren.  Funeral service was held  Thursday, August 9 from the  _ChapeL70f_DfiylmJE'uneral_  Home, Gibsons. Cremation.  1890-38  In Memoriam  KAMMERLE:    In- loving  memory of Rick Kammerle,  who passed away suddenly  Aug. 16, 1978.  He bade no one a last farewell  He said goodbye to none  The heavenly ��ates were  opened wide  A   loving   Voice   said,  "Come."  So sadly missed by Mom, Dad,  Doug andDarlene.    189848  Card of Thanks  THE FAMILY of the late Joan  Davies wishes to thank Dr.  Gerring, Constable Peter  Groenland, the amublance  attendants and the nurses  who, with efficienty and  speed, did all that was  possible. The care was  exemplary and we thank you  all. 193448  For Quick Results  Use Times Adbriefs I  EXCLUSIVE WOOD Burning  Equipment Dealership  available to qualified applicants. Canadian made and  approved products Jor space  and central heating. $3,200 to  $4,400 investment required,  written enquiries: 1900 - One  Lombard Place, Winnipeg,  Man.R3B2L8. 1913-38  FAST FOOD, Pizza and  Games located west of  Prince George. Profitable  business. Only $45,000. Terms  negotiable. Tee Kae Holdings,  601 - 1501 Queensway St.,  Prince George, B.C. V2L1L5.  1909-38  1977 MACK log hauler with  steady work. Maxtdine 300,'  1900 motor hours, new  peerless rigging. All equipment necessary for operating  included. North Okanagan  area. Phone 832-8632.    1914-38  AUTO WRECKING plus Car  Truck sales Highway 97,  Central B.C. Trades accepted.  No reasonable offer refused.  Reason - retiring. Write Box  288, The Tribune, 188 North 1st  Ave., Williams Lake, B.C.  V2G1Y8. 1920-38  GUITAR   &  Music   Theory  lesson's. "~Jazz,   improv;  reading, writing, all styles.  Beg.-Adv. Budge, 885-9285.  1528-tfn  Work Wanted  INSTALLER required immed. for seamless gutters,  alum, siding, etc. Experience  an asset, but others will be  considered. Ability to learn  new tasks quickly & perform  work in a conscientious  manner a prime consideration. Ph. 885-3311. 1923-  38  or convert your  existing wood windows to  double-pane thermal glass.  iFor homes with existing  aluminum windows, we install  inside-sliding storm windows,  i Call us, we're the experts. Call  (986-3102 or contact PO Box  '86514, North Vancouver, B.C.  -   1924-tfn  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types  of  Concrete  Work.  Breaking and hauling away of  oui    concrete.     Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  -after-7p;mv  I  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your ad In the aquare,,  word,  Be aura lo lonvo a blank ipoco after aach  "1  I  I  I  I  I  Thr����llns>il�� *��,)��, Eacl additional lin. la 60c,  Tokai advarjtaga ol our ap.clol aovlnga,  * Run your od Iwk* ��� Ih* third Mm* la FREE,  * II you pay lar yi ir ad lha Saturday batter* publication you got a  dlacaunl ��� % 9c (or I Inaortlon ��� ffOc lor 3.  Mall ua your ad, or drop II 0M1  In Wch.it sal lha Panlnaula Tlmai Otlla. .......  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  VON SAO  CLASSIFICATION  _.....���.  *2��  60'  60*  Noma  foalaiCnrU  UI No.  competent with general news  and 35 mm camera. Dark  room experience an asset.  Apply BOX 148, BCYCNA, 808;  20T West Hastings Sit., Vancouver, B.C. V6B1H7.   1856-39  HELP WANTED Ad-  ministrative Secretary.  Monday-Friday, 6% hours per  day. The successful applicant  must have experience in  reception, filing and general  office procedures. Typing of  60-80 wpm and shorthand or  dictaphone knowledge  required. Please apply: L.  Buchhorn, Personnel Officer,  St. Mary's Hospital, Box 7777,  Sechelt, B.C. Telephone: 885-  2224.  1895-38  For Rent  3.7 ACRES on Lower Rd. City  water Hydro on lot. Cleared  for building. $32,000. 883-2335  or883-9423. 1900-40  '67 REBEL V8, ps, pb, needs  paint, $350 or offer. 883-9490.  1840-39  i , :   Boats and Engines  UNFINISHED 24 ft. Lap-  strack hull & cabin. Call Doug,  885-2283, business days. 1633-  tfn   ���    .7  JOHNSON props 13y4 x 17 and  13% x 15, large rubber buoy,  as new. 75 pet. of new price.  LADIES, Mens, Childre'ns,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'., Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.;  -980-8011. 4457-tf  885-9545.  1807-38  MOBILE HOME pa  Sechelt, 885-2671.  in West  962-tfn  FOR  RENT:   Wilson  Creek,  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Mabel Dooley at 885-  9804. 3691-tf  GIBSONS BY owner, $46,900.  - Clean 3 bR, view, sundeck,  dining rm, FP, util rm, carpets, 1260 sq ft. Good size  central located lot. 886-7657  aft.6. . .190248  LAKESHORE Opportunities:  Properties along the Arrow  Lakes: NALH ��� 614 - perfect  summer place, cabin on-one  acre, 108 feet lakeshore,  $35,000. BEH - 239, older home  on 8.9 acres, treed but usable,  $45,000. BELA - 239, develop to  suit yourself 9.2 acres, $31,000.  BELA - 244, new A-frame  home, 365 feet lakeshore,  $75,000. Selkirk .Realty Ltd.,  Box 40, Nakusp, B.C. VOG1R0.  Phone 265-3635. 1910-38  PRIME WF lot, 80x260' -  Redrooffs Rd. vicinity of  Welcome Beach. Treed &  Private R1J zoning. Sign on  iot. Offers. 112-986-4657. 1927-  38  FOR SALE by owner, 3 bdrm  home on 2 lots. 885-3107.  1930-38  32' 7" combination A licence,  good condition. 883-9925.  1744-38  WANT   TO   BUY: .35   hp.  Johnson, 18 hp Johnson for  parts. 885-5047. 1817-38  HOUSTON 20' O-A hardtop 120  1-0 OMC & 6 hp outboard.  Spare prop, canvas, anchor,  depth sounder, fish box,  deepline, and much more.  Exc. cond. $6,000.883-9420.  1824-39  25' BOAT, inbd, VHF, CB,  Rec. Depth Sounder, many  extais. Can be seen in Pender  Harbour. Ph. collect 324-9544.  1853-39  16 FT. K&C w-70 Johnson  outbd. Full canvas top, 2 gas  tanks, docking lights &  wipers. Good cond. Asking  $3,000,883-2285. 1881-39  STOP!  JjOL  WATER  TANKS  -all ili����-  -best prlc*s-  at MACLEODS  SECHELT  BUY, LEASE OR RENT  Record-a-Cal  ~   "AnsweringDevice  J&C ELECTRONICS  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2568  1828-tfn  D4 CAT tractor with extra  brush blade, will consider  trade in hackhoe. Ph. 885-9087.  192548  USED   STORE  Phone 885-3258.  Fixtures:  1905-38  Equipment  Box 1341, Sechelt  1211-tf  -2-BDRM-HOME,  carpeted. Stove  Redrooffs,-  Help Wanted  .fridge, lg.  garden, responsible couple  pref, 885-5235.-Avail.Sept. 1.���  1854-39  SPARE TIME Career!  Openings available with  management opportunity for  selected persons. For details  send name, address, phone  number to M. Chester, 205-  1899 Willingdon Ave., Burnaby  V5C5T1.294-1512. 1784-39  ACCOUNTANT -  OFFICE  Manager   required   for  three   hospital   integrated  service in beautiful central  Kootenay. Based at' Nelson  with 715-mile travel circle.  Accounting degree or advanced student preferred,  knowledge of computer ap^  plications essential. Salary  commensurate with  qualifications, experience.  Apply.Kootenay Lake District  Hospital, Nelson, B.C. V1L  2V1. 1785-38  REQUIRED      IMMEDIATELY: experienced  Grapple-Loader operator 599  American,   with   snorkel.  STORE  FOR RENT  Modern 750 square  feet. Centre of Cowrie  St..' Sechelt.   885-2045   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  WATERFRONT home w-self-  cont'd. 1 bdrm furn'd. apt.  Tel,TV, linen service. Refs.  881>2627. 1745-38  FURNISHED cottage, avail.  Sept.  15-April 30.   Davis  1747-38  Temporary-permanent itav toinrt of inhnvl S  ppslflon wWJadobson Bros.    ^fchSerRdfc Wl  Forest Products Ltd. Logging - on WhittakerRd.,Hwy. 101. ^  division at Horsefly, B.C.  Contact O.J. Andersen,  Woodlands Manager, Box  4710, Williams Lake, B.C. V2G  WILL BmHTSniarprhome,  bsmt, carport, on our lot for  under $55,000." 8852762. 987-  0154; 1844-39  Mobile Homes  12 x 50 COMMODORE Noble,  Canadian built, unfurn'd,  new elec range, gun furnace,  tank of fuel, new carpet in lvg  rm, corridors. 1 blk to Sunnycrest Centre. Store room  under construction. Sold as is,  where is. $7,000 cash. 886-7432.  ���1808-38  .SINGLE WIDE 10' x 50" MH, 2  ���bdm,batbrliv,-rmrkitchen��7  appliances, good cond. 885-  3967, $6,000. 1931-40   i_ ;    --\  Campers and Trailers  22'       1977       COACHMAN  Motorhome. Class A. Many  extras. 485-5167 after 5 p.m.  127940  13 FT. VANGUARD. Fridge,  furnace,    flush    toilet,  demand water system. 885-  2315. 1887-38  8x 40 SUNFLOWER  recreational travel trailer.  Al cond. BR, full bath, util  rm., kitchen-LR comb. $10,000  firm. 885-5628. 1901-38  1976   Galioh 12   ton   rough  terrain crane as new condition, $38,500; 1975 Raygo 600,  smooth drum  with knobb:  - IF YOU enjoy gardening, do it  year round, using an  aluminum and glass -  greenhouse! Write for free  Brochure to: B.C. Greenhouse  Builders, 7323 - 6th Street,  Burnaby, B.C. V3N3L2. 1906-  tfn  DOORSj B.C.'S Lowest  Prices! Prehung Interior,  $19.90; solid exterior prehung,  $49; Panelled ��� doors, $39;  Deadbolt locks, $9.90; Closet  bi-folks, $11.90: Canada's  largest selection. Write or  phone for further information  Walker Door Ltd., 266-7211,  1366 S.W. Marine Dr., Vancouver V6P 5Z9 or 985-9714,  1589 Garden Ave., North  Vancouver V7P3A5.     1912-tf  T0N-EAMEL  smootn arum witn KnoDDy   imTviar,0.0n_J.     ���.    ^___  fires.���w^r-iMiSaineX"URI+NPPR^Srrl���T  sacrifice sale -  Edmonton       pets!. Guarantees removal  CUSTOM BODY,  OAK INT.  MECH. SOUND,  NEEDS BODY WORK  NEW FLATHEAD  V8 MOTOR  REAL COLLECTORS  ITEM  '1,000 o.b.o.  also  3 SPD. TRANS.  Bellhouslng & clutch  ���ssbl.  TO FIT FLATHEAD V8  '50 o.b.o.  886-756JL  BEFORE INVENTORY  SUPER SPECIALS  sacrifice sale -  Edmonton,    ,,- ���       .  $35,000; 1974~IMH,-46A-33000,--(fog-r-<:at  U-blade; 90 pet." UCr extreme  service, fully enclosed cab,  winch or ripper available -  Alberta, $78,000;  1973 Clark  667, new GM engine. 70 pet.,  24.1 z 26 tires, except, clean -  Interior, $19,500;  1972 D7F,  angle  blade,   65  pet.   U-C,  ROPS, D7F winch, very clean  -Edmonton, $60,000; 1973 John  Deere 644, Weldco, 20.5 tires,  pins tight, needs two tires,  otherwise OK, $32,000. Phone  324-2446 or 985-9759.      1908-38  human),  urine  stains,- odours,-from carpets-  Free  brochure!   Dept.  A,  Reidell Chemicals Ltd., Box  7500, London, Ont. N5Y 4X8.  1915-38  AIRCRAFT FOR Sale:  Stinson 108 - 3 on wheels.  Price $10,500 or -best offer.  Phone 692-3067 or write Box  583, Burns Lake, B.C. VOJ 1E0.  1919-38  NOW   WRECKING   IH   560_  Tractor TD9.TD 14 crawler,  Cat D4 - 70 crawler HD5  crawler. We ship anywhere.  Cariboo Tractor Parts, Box  4268, Quesnel, B.C. V2J 3J3.  Phone 992-5354. 1917-38  1971 .KENWORTH for sale  with tri-axle short log  rigging 350 Cummins, RTO  12515, 44,000, 44,000 pounds;  rearends completely rebuilt -  $35,000. Phone 992-7533,  Quesnel, B.C. 1916-38  Business Opportunity  LET'S TRADE  APPLIANCES  ON NEW HOTPOINT  AT MACLEODS,  SECHELT  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  .J...  I  1  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds   ! <$$��  2V7.  Phone 392-4121  office;  392-5969 home. 1921-41  WANTED - Remote Mountain  Hotel in Rogers Pass is  hiring to replace summer staff  returning to college. Positions  will be available in the  cafeteria, dining room, gift  shop, housekeeping and  service station. Apply in  writing or telephone to the  Northilander Hotel, Rogers  Pass, B.C. VOA 1N0. Phone.  837-2126. 1922-38  DIRECTOR OF Nursing.  Applications are invited for  the .position of Director of  Nursing for a 56-bed hospital  in North Central B.C. approximately 130 miles west of  Prince George. Applicants  must have, or be eligible for  B.C. registration ana should  have a post graduate degree in  nursing administration with  several years of practical  experience at the supervisory  level. Send complete resume  including qualifications,  experience, and references to:  Terry Smith, Administrator,  Burns Lake Hospital, Box 479,  Burns Lake, B.C. VOJ 1E0.  1918-38-  AFTER SCHOOL care needed  for 8 yr. old boy near Davis  Bay Elementary School.  Please contact box 1583.  Sechelt. 1891-OT  2 MATURE persons required  to manage laundromat &  umuscmont arcade in Secholt,  6 hr. day. Contact Mr. Killam,  885-2283,10-5, 1692-40  .inn   mm. i.ii i..... iu..in ii rri .masj.isism.smmifi ��� n irn.ii i i    - m - i  -        "��  FULL-TIME reliable  babysitter needed Aug. 23  till school starts, Part-time  fall & winter, Secret Cove-  Half moon Bay area, 885-9563  or 8854)076. 189340  CHARLTON'S Cedar Court  w^Chftrlton'jkv Evergreen  C6urt require cleaning staff.  Excellent accommodation  avail. Pleasant surroundings.  Only Industrious persons need  apply, Contact Linda  Charlton. Box 751, Banff, Alta.  T0L 0C0. Phone (403) 7624659.  1871-38  2,000 SQ. FT., upper floor of-*  fice. Rent as Is at $450 per  mo. or we will renovate to  suit. Heat & parking included.  885-3224 for appt. to view. 1503-  tfn  REASONABLE   RENT.   2  bdrm mobile home, incl.  fridge & stove. Avail. Aug. 9.  885-2014. 183049  VERY MODERN 1 bdrm  trailer for rent. Mid-Sept.  Semi-WF beach access. W.  sSecheM 1175 mo. 885-5613 after  Aug. 18. 192949  AVAIL SEPT. 1 12x64 3 BR  MH stove and fridge on  private semi-WF lot. Laundry  facilities avail. 6 mi. from  Sechelt, $250 mo. or $235 mp.  on 10 mo. lease or more. Refs.  885-9098 after 6 or weekends.  193540  Wanted to Rent  FEMALE student teacher  needs room & board in  Sechelt from Sept. 10-Dec. 13.  Ph. collect 298-9044 or write to  Maureen Quinn, 526 Louis Rlel  House, SFU, Burnaby. 180548  , YOUNG   COUPLE,   newly  transferred to Sechelt.  Req.  house  with  basement  starting Sept. 1. Call 9884422  collect after 5 pm.        181348  ACCOMMODATION     for  student teacher in Sechelt  area beginning sSopt. 1. 870-  5466 or 6884165, collect.   1884-  40 v  ���* , 1  Real Estate  VANCOUVER ISLAND  Properties: Waterfront  resort: largo homo, seven  units, once aore sandy beach,  1175,000, Two Grocery Stores:  lobile Home  ,5 acres.  Five acres zoned mobile. 10  pads, double wide. Waterfront  JmMsWlsJtm ����� wAmr tiAflXk.  Other properties avaji��$ei  Please write: Rod Maltby, c-o  Block Bros. Realty, 449 - 5th  Street, Courtenay, B.C. VON  1J7 or phone 3344111, office ���  homo 3384029. Please leave  message if not available, 1911-  38 ��  22' SCAMPER trailer, self-  contained.   Req's   some  work, $2,000 or offer to swap  for what-have-you. 8834490.    "  183949  22 FT. SCAMPER, Exc. cond.  On pad in Garden  Bay,  $4,500,594-7474. 184549  Motorcycles  &   FOR SALE <��  THRIVING 4 CHAIR  SALON  900 sq. ft. good l��a����  For morai Information call  885-2818  (9am-4pm)  and     f  886-74397  (aftar  6:30 p.m  ���77 YAMAHA X-T 500. Single.  $1,000 obo. 8834490.   184149  m_m..��� -i-i..!..-. -,-,���.��� ���������,,��� ,-.��� i.- ���..������>���  *l  Cars and Trucks  '71 GMC 6500 5 ton flatdeck. 90  pet. brakes, 9000 ml. 427 cu. In.  mtr, new Mlchellns on front,  $6,200 for quick sale. 885-2615.  1665-tfn  '66 PLYMOUTH station  wagon, $400. 883-2533 till 5:30  8834933 aft. 6. 1680-tf  DELUXE     77     Matador  Brougham stn. wgn. Many  extras, stereo, air cond, 39,000  ml. $6300 obo. 085-2126. 175648  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  Pets  FREE 3 male white Sheperd  cross puppies. Will deliver,  886-9516. 189440  PUREBRED English  springer spaniel pups, liver  & white, Ready to go in 3 wks.  Come & make your choice  now. 883-2557. 188940  72 VW VAN.  8854035.  Asking $1,800.  JK  Wanted to Buy  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s *'  20 ft: 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 5224328,8854272. 3460-  tf ��� 7 '       ' '  yGlbsons Second  ^/     Hand Store  Shaw Rd., Industrial Park  WE BUY, SELL, TRADE  Beer Bottle Depot  Wednesday thru'Sunday  9:30 am to 6:00 pm  886-2650 after 6 pm  177248  FENDER AMPLIFIER, $450;  .308 Savage lever-action  Hex barrel, new cond.; $245;  Gibson elec. guitar, $450. 885-  3947. ' 192640  REMINGTON  Hand   adder.  $25; hand mower, $25; 18"  reel gas mover, $75.  CHEM TOILET, $50; cottage  fridge, $50; small bird cage,  $15; flight cage, $35: R.C.  Allen cash register, $50. 886-  7729. ' 193848  2 TWIN BEDS, oak, $70 both;  telephone    table,    $20;  dresser, $10.885-9502.   188540  1 OAK TABLE; (30"x80")  with 2 drawers, $39; 1 coffee  table, chrome legs, white  Arborlte top, $19:1 cedar lawn  chair, $8. Ph. 8854785 [between 6&c6 p.m. only),    188648  Along with our  August Flyer v  77    Starts Aug. 16, Thurs.   - -  MACLEODS, SECHELT���  190348  Legal Notices  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  Estate Sale  The Public Trustee as Administrator of the estate of  Thomas Wayne Montgomery  offers for sale the following  estate property:  Vancouver     Assessment  District  Lot:8of FafceT'B"'  District Lot 914, Plan 98.4  being RR 1, North Road,  Gibsons, B.C.  This Certificate of Title may  be affected by the  Land  Commission Act.  Irregular shaped lot with  approximately 93 ft. frontage  on North Road with depth on  the east side of approximately  229 ft. and on the west side of  approximately 137 ft. Lot  improved by older mobile,  home with approximate size of  10' by 56' consisting of two  bedrooms, one with built in  vahify, double sink, propane  wall heater and electric  baseboard heaters, aluminum  window sashes and aluminum  siding. Inside area is approximately 460 sq. ft. The  1979 taxes are gross $147.73.  Property is open for inspection on Thursday, 16  August-79 between the hours  of 10AM and 4PM. Written  "offers for this property will be  received by the undersigned  up to 12:00 noon on Monday, 27  August-79. No representations  are made with respect to the  condition of or title to the  property. The highest offer or  any offer not necessarily  accepted. Cash preferred but  terms considered. Enquiries  may be directed to the  Property Department, office  of the Public Trustee, 685-2431,  Local 16.  CUntonW,Foote  Public Trustee  800 Hornby St.  Vancouver, B.C.  V6Z2C5  1880-Pub. SPT August 8, 15,  1979.  C��OpoTMtIi2?  II | lull   iluUUMl  78 VOLARE stn wgn, slant 6  eng, "car of the year". Low  ml., clean, top gas economy,  radio, tape deck, rear window  defrost, roof rack. $4,800 obo.  Mrs. Blnns, 883-2424.    182249  '68 CORTINA GT rebuilt 1600  cc, % cam, side-draft,  Wobcra, 'shaved polished,  rebuilt trans (spare eng,,  trans, rear, struts, wheels),  mags, elbio headlights, koni  suspension, 25 mpg, $2,000,  Obo. 885-2383. 1825-30  ood  uuiua, unuv hu��i *mv_\  $175,000, Two Grocery  $65,000, $97,500. Mobt  Park:   $136,000.   14.1  70  FORD  Maverick,  cond. 885-9208......,,     II  74 VOLVO 142 GL, orange  with leather interior, AM-  FM plus CB radios, overdrive,  fuel injection, air cond, ,$4,290.  8864040. 193248  iV-flSBSBlBM!as*> ��� JiSWap, SBWBJf!^ .ah^KHrt'.-j-fifl *S*^.i*'M ��-,>i"r^,l -.^���l^pl',^y.-~iil'^#iWimmPm0mmW,^mmt^< ���*-.  74 dodoe spom Model van  In good cond., $2,100. 886-  7729, 193748  '77 DODGE VAN, pa, pb, 4  spd. overdrive, many extras, $8,000.8864350.     183749  WE'LL MUX or purchase  your smaller logs. Small log  truck avail, for hauling.  Smallwood Resources, 885-  2455. 1611-tfn  1932 CHEVY Roadster;  Ovesenberg Convertible,  1930 Packard Sport Phaeton.  1932 Ford Roadster, 1928 &  1941 Mercedes Benz Convert..  1928 & 1935 Chev. convert, 1930  Packard Sport Phaeton,  Cadillac. Rolls Royce or MG  to resotore. Call 485-9159,  Powell River.       ���      127740  OLD 78 RPM records &���  cylinders of opera and  classical song foi our  collection. Hlgnest prices  paid, 886-2513. 174648  < ������>.,��� - -...  LARGE USED freezer, good  cond to buy or will deal my  12 cu. ft. for larger m:m<"  7m. 177348  IjOGS OJl TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock  or  cedar.  Porpolae Bay Logging Ltd.  8854408i or 81&2032X      4485-tf  SOLAR REALTY  owned and operated by  AELBERS REAL ESTATE  APPRAISALS LTD.  Box 1189, Gibsons, B.C.  wishes to engage licensed,  real estate, sales persons.  for a discussion, please phone  d jl inaiiiaBERs  -o86-9238  . (V  Weldwood earnings up  Wednesday, August 15, 1979  VANCOUVER - W,eldr  wood of Canada Limited  announced that its net income  for the first six months of 1979  was $21,690,000 and net earnings per common and or-  dinary share were $4.41,  compared with $12,650;000"and~  $2.56 per share for Ihe same  period the year before. Net  sales were $270,826,009  compared with $226,930,000 for  the first six months of 1978.  Second quarter net income  this year was $11,112,000 and  VWHYHEEP  IT  use  The CLASSIFIEDS  PHONE TODAY  Hie  Peninsula Times  885-3231  DEADLINE  ��� NOON SATURDAY  net earnings per common and  ordinary share were $2.26,  compared with $8,160,000 and  $1.55 per share in 1978. Net  sales; for the quarter were  $144,319,000 compared with  $122,100,000' the year before.  ���Jrhe���company-also~an^  nounced that its Board of  Directors have "declared  dividends of 25 cents per share  on the common .and ordinary  shares for the quarter ended  September 30,1979, payable to  shareholders of record of  September, 7, 1979. This  represents an increase of six  cents per share "from the  >dividend for the preceding  quarter.   _The T.record���sales___and_  earnings for the quarter  reflected strong pulp and  overseas lumber markets.  During the quarter, shipments  of    our    products    were  disrupted by the continued  rail car shortage and a strike  of longshoremen in British  " Columbia ports.  World pulp markets  continued to improve during  the quarter. Offshore lumber  .markets were strong overall,  and prizes in the United States  rail market, which fell early  in the quarter> had largely  recovered.  Though the company does  not  expect that  sales  and  ...earnings for the second half of  the year will maintain the  same rate of growth, as the  last several quarters have  demonstrated, the results for  1979 should, "overall, be very  satisfactory.  The Peninsula Times     Page B-3  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623    Memb��r_oLMultiple-Listing_SaryJce_  HOMES  _y\ i k  W$@:\%y'-  GULFVIEW   ROAD   ���   Madeira   Park  fantastic view from this new home ������ 3  new appliances, fireplace. $82,500.  s ,   . -.V 5W7��V    ���W��    .=*"  _MADElRAPARK_=_4-BR-home-with-view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal,  focation for builder/contractor. $69,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 1250^ sq. ft. 3  bdrm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck, built 1976.' $65,000.  GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residence with one BR  suite on.Hwy 101, adjacent to Seaview  Plaza. Good investment at $53,500.  AAADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed.- 5 major  appliances. $77,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. Reduced to $33,000.  FRANCIS 'PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTYLTD.  885-5171  SELMA PARK ROAD ' L-157  Gently sloped, large landscape lot. Westerly view, 3 bedrooms,  2 up :,1 down. Recreation room, double carport, wrap around  sundsjck, lots of storage space. FP $58,500. Call Pat, 885-5171.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast" *  PAT MURPHY  885-9487  TREV GODDARD  . 886-2658  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTYLTD.  Highway 101  at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  WATERFRONT; Almost 4 acres of prime, low bank waterfront  offering deep moorage on,a sunny south slope In Pender  Harbour, Has, cobln, water and hydro. Priced to sell aulcklv  $62,500. .     , ^        T'  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  oyste* lease. Make an offer to the $165,000 asking price (297.  down), it's a good buy at any price.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES; A new and prestigious subdivision  overlooking Ponder Harbour. See with us and choose your ocean  view now . . . It's a wise Investment.  WATERFRONT: Pender Harbour area ... 2 ad|acent 4 acre  parcels each with approx 150' of deep protected moorage,  Fairly high bank but quite workable and well worth the asking  price of $50,000 each,  WE HAVE SOLID PROSPECTS DESPERATE FOR  GOOD HOMES AND WATERFRONT. GIVE US A  CALL ... WE CAN SELL YOURS QUICKLYII  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ���  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 wantlno ���� 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 ond store, Separate small 3 bedroom home for owner. This  is a money-making situation. If you're a good bodyman, this Is  III  AUTOMOTIVE ��� Easy to run, well-stacked business currently  operating 6 hours per day, 4 days per week. Add a new  dimension to your retirement and dollars to your Income ��� a  small Investment will do It, Call for,particulars,  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay. Drlveln, takeout, groceries, 2  ixkdrooni.. .Wing ^smhters - ��Mm~-���lmm--mm*m- "*tom-~Mmm'*-9"  growing business and flood home In the most sought after spot  on the B.C. coast. Like to live here wouldn't you?  JOHN BREEN  8639978  JOCK HERMON  883-2745  FRONT ROAD ��� MADEIRA PARK ���  Partially furnished 3 bdrm 22' x 56'  Double wide and storage shed. Fairly  level lot, beautifully lahdscaped in lawn  shrubs, flowers, trees, & a vegetable  garden. Close to stores & marinas.  $49,900.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view home,  1656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport/  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming  pool.  Large lot,   level  &  fenced,  with  large garden area. $130,000.    v  GARDEN BAY "ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, fhermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stare's.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR view home on  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate  garage. Close to marina. $87,500  MADEIRA PARK ��� Nice 2 BD home with  fireplace, basement and large sundeck  Close to stores, etc, $42,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR1 homo,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. $56,900.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3 bdrm split  level. Fireplace, sundeck & carport.  $60,000.   ,  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1280 sq ft home on  Wesjac Road. 3  BR  (one  unfinished),  Citation kitchen, fireplace. Treed lot  garden. Close to marina. $48,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  FRANCIS PENINSULA - PENDER HAR-  *BOUR_��� Partially developed subdivision  property with potential of 59�� lots.  1.800�� ft. of basic road constructed, 10  lots surveyed for first phase of  development. An excellent buy for  '$135,000..  11. OLE'S COVE ��� 5�� treed  acres  located  near  Lord  Jim's  Lodge with  -access ^to -water.--:*Well-on -property.-  $50,000.  EGMONT ��� 7-acres with 540 ft low  bank���waterfront���Site���has���beerr-  MIDDLEPOINT ���'1 bdrm home, 1100 sq.  ft. on 9.5�� fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850��ft. frontage on Highway ^ 101.  $49,000.  '2. RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� treed acres, close  to public lake access. $19,800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3,4 �� acres 8 -  4��. acres, semirwoterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & |ust a'few feet to the  waterfront. Hydro, wator & paved road.  $35,000 each,  4. Near RUBY LAKE,��� 8.39 acres on  Hwy 101, $25,000.  5. Near MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 3 semi-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure,  3.92�� acres     $25,000  6.83��acres $25,000  3.79��acres $20,000  7. WARNOCK ROAD - lovol lot, almost  ono aero, Good soil, seloctlvoly cloarod.  $24,000.  \0. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic vlow of Pondor Harbour,  12x20' cabin, concrete dr.lvoway,  $32,000,  9, EGMONT ��� 11 �� treed acres with  year round creek. Road access, $49,500.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� l,8f acres,  corner of Wornock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on S��  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500:  TROUT FARM-PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways installed to handle  160,000 trout. 95�� acres land.  Provincial commercial trout farm  licence. Water licence. Located on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School. $266,000.  JUNCTION ISLAND - ST. VINCENT BAY ���  18.75+ acres, treed,, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters. 15 min.  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove br  Egmont. $120,000.  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acres with 387�� ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000,  Wtf  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This is'an excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank interest rate.  4SU  LOTS  1. MADEIRA   PARK   -  $6,700 - $22,000.  serviced   lots,  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,(|tp0-$24,000.  py��ANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Por-  poise Drive. $8,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, tec viced. $2,5,000.  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  some serviced with hydro & water,  on Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula. $11,000-$12,750:  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250,  ,. ;.���;.,; ���',y I av  t/orfc       LAKC  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ��� 100��  acres) 4140�� ft,. choice lakefront,  1600�� ft, oceanfront on Vanguard Bay,  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post &  beam cottage. Access by boat or float  plane. An excellent buy for $140,000.  AGAMMEMNON BAY -r- 40�� acres  waterfront subdivision property, partially developed. Surveyed for 3 acreage  size waterfront lots & 3 acreago size  seml-waterfront lots, Road constructed,  ready for gravel, grading & blqcktop.  Old 2 storey home & small creek on  'property, $270,000.  it  NEAR WOOD BAY ��� 108ab acres with  13004; ft. choice waterfront. Merchantable timber. $375,000.'-  WILLIAM ISLAND ��� Nice 2 1/2 db acre  Island at entrance to Pender Harbour.  Piped water. $125,000.  EGMONT ��� 3,8�� acres with 550�� ft.  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property Is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well. $165,000.  LOTS  SECRET COVE - Lot A on Woscan Rd,  Sloop, but has good building slto. &  sholtorod moorago. On sower system.  $35,000, ,  FRANCIS PENINSULA 132 It W/F In  Pondor Harbour, 1,0 acrqs, deep  moorago, $50,000.  FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ���   83   ft.   W/F  (ad|olns above proporty).  1,22�� acres. ,  Deep moorage, $36,500,  MAPEIRA PARK ��� 1.4;fc acres on 75*  feet deep, sheltered waterfront, Small  beach area. $39,900,  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400* ft waterfront,  5,97 acres, water access. $29,500.  I  WATERFRONT HOMES  ���'%:>'-  SOLD  y>y  "/.  ,��),'.''���'  SOLD  y  MADEIRA PARK - 3 BR home'" with  )600�� sq ft of living,area on 2 floors,  150��.ft waterfront, large landscaped  lot, Excellent view. $115,000.  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  ��� -Xf.y-> 'cyy..  ' ^<'h'ry\t.y yxW^,.  -3iW ������   v��.v   " ,y        \7Vf f" y /*" /"���-. *  y fx, i   y 7 "<w" - ^ v\ > / A y;u /   '������-., ���  ��*_..  -yi.  /     ���" " -i   y. #>. _i   f    r <~ ...     >   r.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  Choice lots still available in this desirable location.  Most have view 8, sunny southerly exposure.s  One lakefront lot  still available.  1 * 7 *~ / -., Paved road, water 8, hydro. M.L.S.  "'   ''  *"S'' Priced from $10,000 to $37,500.  a   *i!:-y i     ��� ,<  *,1fi '������'*'.mV'      . I  J     I  ';Vr  ���"'':.', I  ..�����"  '!*>.  Q   Q    Q  <\'i!,..  /  '/.. .,-  ���v..,,  "H,r.  .>i'W  }���  i ft  -,y""y <x  i  i\  .;.��!  /(   Vi   "   ('  "'���'] "'^'.l  /���  t  ������.#���**���: '���������,:������  ';.���� ���',>'���_��>  y,'y/. #\  ��*-  ��(".  >A  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1,000t sq. ft, bldg,  with room for expansion. Clothing  fcusMess wTtti good ^feriflof, $75,000.  Or business m\\y ��� $32,000, pfut stock,  /l��l  'Is  \r\.\  rr. ,.:Hrtl  /���(>,..��-,��/, A.I.',/..  "      7 SOLD i  . ��� ^ .������-���  '      WNPtr?  mxm*$_m.  .mow*  m_mma*t_u_mimrimmmm&tm*i  "N  ..����� '  y^a��fe^*'Wm4.r*^.Maj:-��fc^^^*:jMtfa(ata  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  QUI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  T  I n  '=hht  PageB-4  Ifie Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 15,1979  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219. Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  8854761  885-2503  REALTY LTD.  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson 885-2385  DonHadden      885-9504  WATERFRONT  Pfsiiiit h i*i m  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT  Unbeatable 125 ft of beach with a house plut guest cottage. All landtcaped and In  lawn. Blacktop,driveway. Approximately 1/3 acre of land. South expoture. FP  -$.134,500.- Stan -   REDROOFFS $67,500  'New waterfront^ 3 bdrm home wlth-ex"-  pansive view of Georgia" Strait and Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel Shaw' fireplace.& skylight.  Treed lot. Bob.  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Do you want a quiet waterfront retreat with 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  -Don. ; .   -   WATERFRONT: Sandy Hook ��� 2 bedroom  home on 131' of secluded, hard to obtain  WF. 1/2 basement, cement driveway,  naturally landscaped, easy to care for and  priced to sell at $59,900. See Doug.  SECHELT���SANDY HOOK ' $135,000  Waterfront - Moor your sailboat at this dock. Large cedar home with  super sauna, decks everywhere. Privacy & expansive view. Phone  Bob for a viewing. This is a unique home.  SECHELT - SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront ��� moor your sailboat at this  dock. Large cedar home with super sauna,  decks everywhere.- Privacy and expansive  view."Fhoiie Bob'for aJviewlng. Irils is a  .unique, home. _  EGMONT WATERFRONT I: Excellent investment opportunity. Close,  to 560' of waterfront with 5 ocres & a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  SECHELTVILLAGE $54,900  NEW-NEW-WITH-VIEWI View from kitchen,  living room & sundeck. Includes 3  bedrooms, kitchen pantry, fireplace, carport, large lot. Call Bob to view anytime.  WEST SECHELT Asking $43,500  Contemporary 2 BR home. Total of 1168 sq  ft on 2 levels.-Fireplace. See Doug. -  * \  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of.  waterfront. Could bean excellent investment." Vendor offers .terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.     ;-^--:-���h������7_  ROBERTS CREEK $52,000  3 bedroom home on 1.67 acres. Spacious  .open plan of 1320 sq ft has ensuite off  master bdrm. Home has family room and  utility. Reduced drastically in price for  immediate sale. Take Gibsons home in  trade. Bob.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ' '   $124,000  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity to invest in this growing  community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  Doug.  SECHELT VILLAGE $63,500  Best view Lot on Sunshine Heights and  large too ��� 100 x 140' ��� over 1/3 acre.  This home is well insulated for winter and  has air conditioning throughout for those  hot summer days. Dbl carport, full bsmt,  landscaping ��� it goes'on & on I This home  by Knight is worth viewing. Call Bob.  CREEKSIDE HOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living room* with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy  beach  in  SECHELT: Family 4 bedroom home, 1,200 tq.  ft, two bathroomt. handy kitchen with bar &  dithwasher, ttove & fridge Included.  Heatilator brick fireplace In living room alto  brick fireplace In family room. 600 tq. ft.  tundeck, drive-In carport. Landscaped  property with loadt.of treet & thrubs. A  .deluxe,home that mutt be toon to bejap-  predated. Full price $65,900. Termt. Call  Jack  j     ._  V  LOTS  1/2 ACRE CORNER LOT: Level, paved roads, easily cleared: Suitable  for mobile homes. Redrooffs Area. Try your offer to $13,00p.  DAVIS BAY: $19,900 full price. 90' frontage on paved deod end  street. Underground telephone & cablevision. Large view-��� a one  -of-a-kind,-See Doug.���'-��� r������ -;-'���'���'.-  CHASTER ROAD: $9,900-Good, level lot 67 x 123', close to school  and all local services, on paved road. Call Don.  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy in parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road. Call Don.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  ACREAGE  ��t��A*\  y:hy'-        ���  .    ���      ,;  SECHELT VILLAGE: Pebble Crescent -  $49,900. Complete new remodel job. Large  rancher 1515 sq ft. Close to shops and  school. Level lot too. New cupboards,  carpets, quarry tile entrance & bathroom  floors, light fixtures & paint. Why rent when  you can move into a fine home at this price?  Wood heater to beat fuel bills' tool Call Bob.  WEST SECHELT: $75,000.. Four bedroom  home, 2 baths, 2 FP, auto/oll ha>at, tundeck  and "carport on gentle slope 1 acre lot  overlooking Trail Itlandt. Half block to  beach accett. Alto hat small rental cottage.  An appointment necetiary. Call Don.  REDROOFFS ACREAGE: 3 1/2 acres subdividable all facilities Including power., Could e 4-5 lots. Very reasonable price. F.P.  $29,250. Call Stan.  ���       Tb.  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.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  VIEW ACREAGE ��� 5 acres in West Sechelt. Some-view of the ocean.  _i__ Nicely treed. Good access. Nologable timbers. F.P. $25,<900.f ���'������-v ������  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.  SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedroom up,  den & extra bedroom down. Double  plumbing. Heatilator. fireplace in large  living room & rec room. Stucco exterior,  large lot within walking distance to schools  and shops. Edsy terrm. Call Jack.  WEST SECHELT $69,500  Good buy for size of Lot and development of  lower level of home. Newly completed  house 'with concrete drive and parking  areas. Room on Lot to build swimming pool  or other uses. Landscaping done complete  with lawns. Move In and enjoy. See with  Bob.  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price ��� Sechelt Village; Just under 5  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good road access. Partly cleared. Call  Stan.  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 powerHJcwater. FP   $12,500.  -  .   '  ROBERTSCREEK                                          .    '                 $16,000ea.  Country.Lots ��� 3 to choose from. These Lots are 1/2 acre or over,  close to school, store, golf course and beach access. Call Bob.  f  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  coursfe. 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 $20,000 each.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees. ���         *7  "Vttlw*6f \H6 ocean 8 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 orited at  $9,450.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as port down payment on homef" Value  $12,500.  BUSINESS BLOCK  ���/*������  ��� ut#v,y '���.���'' i    ^mm*:  SECHELT ' $47,500  Near new, large, bright, economical three  bedroom home, 1 year new, 1260' sq ft,  Thermopane windows and doors, central  fireplace, open plan, no stairs, level lot.  Large sundeck, carport and storage. Good  value at $47,500. Call Don,  GIFT SHOP ��� Good revenue producer in an excellent location with  room for expansion. Good variety of merchandise. Call Stan Anderson. .' ] .  WEST SECHELT, HWY 101-Fourplex a house $149,000  Move into th is spacious comfortable home and enjoy a great view of  the Trail Islands. The rental from the fourplex on the property will  help pay expenses. This property is large 80 x 474' and Is nicely  landscaped. Call Bob for" more.Information.  SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,800 PULL PRICI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS A TRADE  Both of these tltet are Ideal for year-round steady trade, 14 washer  dryers In one locbflon. 7 dryen 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, Andenon 885-2053 Vane 684-8016  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  WILSON      CREEK  $11,500 ea.  Secluded building Lots located on a quiet dead ajUoytreet. The Lots  are 150 x 70', easy to develop and flat with some trees. Close to a  good beach. In prea 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.  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Secholt locale.  Landscaped lot with U-drlveway. This home  Is only 3 years old, clean ft bright, Real  value. Call Jack.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� $16,000 each ��� 4 large country lots |n the heart'  of Roberts Creek. Private yet close to school, beach, store and golf  course. A great place to live for all ages. Take your pick.  a 0��9  A  P^AN  ir  <'C  oo' r  PLAN  49 ri  4#$  si or  * ro"  HOMES  SELMA PARK ��� $15,000.-1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home. All new w/w Includes triple axles, tires & wheels, hitch,  stove & fridge and 3 beds. This unit cannot be told from new. (See  Dou9).      '   ',; ''"  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bodroom  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  hoat, doublo glazing. Government prepaid lease has 19 years to  run. FP $32,000.  DAVIS BAY SEA VIEW ��� 3 bedroom ranch style home plus cozy In-law  tulte with 3 pee bathroom, Situated on large landtcaped view  property 100 x 200', Stove, fridge, washer & dryer Incl In home.  Alio stove 8 fridge In suite, Large bright kitchen separate dining  room with bay window, heatilator fireplace In large 22' Ivg room.  Jutt steps to sandy beach. FP $54,900. Call Jack,  SECHELT VILLAGE; Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' In a district  containing some fine new homes. Level and easy to clear. All  services. $2,000 down and easy monthly payments. FP $ 10,900,  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular vlow Lot In qulot residential aroa. 55 x  163' zonea1 RII. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500,  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', treed, level, Services along paved road.  Reduced to $9,500. Call Don, "    ���  GIBSONS: $18,500 full price ��� Small 3 room cabin on large Sea  View lot, landtcaped, fruit treet, tewer and water. Clote to boat  launch and beach, Ideal location for boat owner who doet not own a  car.  *o��  _##  tit  00 00  10'  t ro'  mm  ��� 4a'..,.  8/0  o\  f<  ������  ���a  if"  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision Is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  1/2 miles west of Sechelt Village. Hydro, telephone and regional water serves the sub-  divlslon.The lots are wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision are  Included In the prospectus ��� ask for your free copy.  PRICE SCHEDULE  * J5V  Lot 31 ��� SOLD  Lot 32 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� SOLD  Lot 34 ��� $11,600  Lot 35 ��� SOLD  Lot 36 ��� $11,900  ^    ���     ,-,���;... Lot 37 ��� $12,750  aCj    ��� �����'���    " ;s  ,^ ,' /��v     f,    '*'y f, ��� Dimensions are given In both feel qnd metres,  Lot 38 ��� $11,900  Lot 39 ���.SOLD  Lot 40 ��� $11,600  Lot 41 ��� $12,700  Lot 42 ��� $15,500  Lot 43 ��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Lot 45 ��� $11,150  Lot 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lot 46 ��� SOLD  Lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot 50 ��� SOLD  xy    % ;  t_Qfi��J   a '  y *  ���A*  > ������-��  ���V      "r'V\  .t  V -'28'-W /     i^V,    , . XX    ^- *f> ''���, <������;   ��- '��^o0f...y i4n..%��0 k\ -\ ..-. >j -:. .*;.... ��� -. wr'v- -?&��'- ������ f ' ' ' *'��  ?f)  t k^Jk-tin y M ���-*' "�� ^  "' it ~'_ ���    -������   ,;.     '      ,, ��������  29  \  \  ?s  Jaf t    '*    If   Ml  ���*''*     I."  1 -L*-  & 885-2235  fbrwyW  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490. Corner y^j^ J||E NEIGHBORHOOD  AGENCIES LTD.  jjrc.ll _ Cowrie St.,  Sechelt���-  V0N3A0  PROFESSIONALS FOR YOU  SPECIAL HOME - SPECIAL PRICE #4129  -Lovely Village-Horn* comet equlppa*! with  two fireplaces, tundeck, carport, workthop,  greenhouse and drapes, range and  refrigerator. For your special pride in  ownenhlp s��>e thlt now. $48,500. Ruth  "Moor.>r8BS-9aT3r- ��� ���   EXTRAORDINARILY CONVENIENT       #4128  By the Hackett Park Tennit Courtt, couple  blockt to thopplng, Medical or school. 3  bedroom (1 ensuite) plut* self contained 1  bedroom rental suite. Phone ahead, we  jieed an appointment to tour. Call "Tiny"  Bob" Kent 885-9461.  ~3~be"dF6om~ VIEW~KonuT~in quliT"family"  oriented neighborhood. Only $42,500. Call  Rita Percheson, 885-5706.  VILLAGE VALUE #4075  Comfortable 2 bedroom village home with  JaasementlswIthineasywalklngJlstanciotL  most essential locatlont. Gardeners' will  enjoy the big-level" lot-and-productive"  garden. Asking  $39,500.00  Bert  Walker  885-3746.  I CHOSE THIS NEIGHBOURHOOD #140  How about you? Three bedroom home with  21' x 24' workthop on a rather tecludod lot  nicely developed and In an excellent neighborhood, $56,500. Larry Moore, 885-9213.  DAVIS BAY VIEW  This, spacious 3 bedroom home hat many  desirable features including built in wall  over and range, dining room, large rec.  room, 2 fireplaces and ensuite plumbing.  Asking $67,000.00 Rita Percheton 885-  5706.  REDROOFFS ARE A���SECLUDED  HOME #4131  Peace ond quiet at thlt 2 bdrm. home dn  over 1/2 acre of treed property. 1056 tq. ft.  27x141/2 living-dining room. Some finishing  needed, are you good with a hammer?  Asking $34,300. Offers considered. Peter  Smith 885-9463.  LARGE HOUSE WITH VIEW #3942  This is a large 4 bedroom home with 3  bathroomt, free ttandlng fireplace In huge,,  living room. Large recreation room in  - batementrOlso workthop. Situated on 97' x  135' lot with VIEW. Fully fenced with well  kept gardens, fith pond. Price $62,500 Jim  Wood 885-2571.  -^H^wrs^MI&i  BLOCK TO PARK $52,500  Perfect   location- for   Village, living.   4  bedroomt, finished rumpus room, 2 baths.  Fenced   lot.   Only   5   years   old.   Chuck  "Dowmoft7^885-9374T^���������r~*=~ "  PENDER HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME  #4066  But it is two (2) homes on approx 3 ACRES  with 250 �� of waterfront, on Lagoon Road.  One home is 3 "bedroom with sauna, the  other is 2 bedroom, 768 sq. ft. Live in one,  rent the other, cut down your mortgage  payments. Close to school and shops. Full  price $115,000. Vendor considers carrying  for approved purchaser.  885-9463.  Call Peter Smith.  REDROOFFS AREA  Large leveled lot with almost finished one  bedroom home. Move In and do inside  finishing yourself. Only $24,000. Eva Carsky  886-7126.  ',,'.-->  wi** i,-?T35  *^3��i  .EAST PORPOSE BAY $39,900 #160  Jye_i7thiD5Js_o^ertJffldJrLthJi.Uuae_mpblle_.  with approx 1300 sq. ft. floor area. Ample  space for rec. room farge"enough~t"6Tiouse a"  pool table. 3 bedroomt. large sundeck and  a separate garage. Larry Reardon 885-39,24.  RETIREMENT HOME OR? #4126  This 2 bdrm. Garden Bay home offers  economical living, convenience of location  for shopping and fishing and the price includes furnishings. $33,500.00 Bert Walker  885-3746.  4 LOTS ONLY IN THIS AREA OF NEW HOMJW  Lots areVIEW and m��re"a?e1Jffferentjozet  ahd prlcet. In Wett Secholt, water, power  and cablevlslon. Lot 26 - $11,500; Lot 24 -  $10,700; lot 23 ��� $11.500; Lot 20 ��� $16,500.  Larry Reardon, 885-3924.  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL $10,500  In thlt beautiful 1/2 ACRE and wooded lot  on Wlldwood Road, zoned R2 for mobile  hornet. Hydro and water. Rita Percheton,  885-5706. '  ���������������'      '',/._  Waterfront lot ��� view lot  Sandy Hook, clote to road ad|olnlng with  view lot. $15,000 ft $8,000. Eva Cartky, 886-  7126.  GOOD GARDENING SOIL  Southwood Road - large 1/2 acre lot, good  gardening toll, treed but hat driveway.  GOOD VALUE. ONLY $10,500. Larry  Reardon, 885-3924, ���  SUMMER FUN OR YEAR ROUND  PLEASURE #142  Two bedroom home with extra space on  lower level, large sundeck to take advantage of the view and sunshine, Only  $34,900. Ruth, 885-9213 eyes.  EXECUTIVE HOME #141  1,785 square feet with full batement and  tuperb flnlthlng make thlt home a mutt to  view. Five bedrooms, .recreation area,  sauna and twlrlpool. Large living, dining  and kitchen with eating. View with Larry or  Ruth, 8B5<9213 evet,  WATERFRONT AND LOTS OF IT I #4014  100' ol uteable waterfront and over an acre  of land. Excellent view and good building  sites. Jutt $45,000. Ruth, 885-9213.  UNEXCELLED VIEW AND #4121  much, much more on thete beautiful Wett  Sechelt lott. Jutt 9 lott left In one of the  most desirable, residential areat on the  coatt, tewer available too, Larry Moore,  885-9213.  VERY SECLUDED WATERFRONT #4127  6.96 acret ot treed waterfront, accessible  but remote ��� the price most accessible at  |u��t $30,000. Ruth. 885-9213,  CONTEMPORARY VIEW HOME #4011  It't new, never lived Inl 3 bedroomt, one  ��n��ult��, tomily room, huge view living  room, grade level batement, large area for  rec. room. Modem split level, 2 sundecks,  high double caf'port, takes tall rec. vehicle,  So much .more. Offers considered to full  price of $69,500, Call Peter Smith, 885-  9463, evet.  SQUARE BAY ��� VIEW LOT #4107  Do you like ��� WATER VIEW, ARBUTUS  fftEEft, QUIET, wllh all services including  tewer? You will find It all,at this location,  plus boat launch nearby. A dandy lot 61' x  134', Firm Price $12,500, View with Peter  Smith 883-9463.  Amm*Mmm*~<~-y~ ��������m#  Enjoy the VIEW, uniquely shaped dining,  living area, 3 bdrmt, |acutll. Ensuite bath.  About 2500 tq. ft. main floor area, Try your  termt on $125,000 Dial "Tiny Bob" Kent  895-9461,  LOTS AMD ACREAGE  ,t     ,  ...... NORWESTIAYRD.  _ OPPOSITE DERIY RD.  5 lott ��� tome with VIEW. In their natural  ttate to you can create your own landscaping. Priced at $12,500. Larry Reardon,  885-3924.  SUNSHINE BAY ESTATES  y        NEW ON MARKET  These choice arbutus treed,VIEW LOTS In  Halfmoon; .Bay have beautiful water vl*w  and ar�� priced from $13,500.  Rita Percheson, 885-5706.  MARLENE DEVELOPMENT  Over 1/4 acre building lot. Nicely treed, all  services. $10,900. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  PRESTIOE WEST SECHELT  partial VIEW building lot on Derby Road.  Fully serviced. Near level and It cleared for  building. $9,500. Rita Percheton, 885-5706.  HALFMOON BAY ��� WMCAN ROAD  .Large   lot  91x340'  with  evergreens,  seclusion. Ideal for summer retreat. Try  $9,500 - ASSESSED  at $11,500.  Call  Ed  Baker, 685-2641.  SAROENT ROAD.OIBSONS ��� $14,500  BEAUTIFUL VIEW LOT In an area of new  homes. Fully serviced with tewer.' Clote to  tchoolt and thopplng. Eva Cartky,  886-  7126.  5 ACR$$-111,800  " Built-in pension. Build-on one corner and  subdivide Into , lots, when, time It ripe.  Partially cleared and In the VILLAOE. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  31.1 ACRES - NORTH OF LANODALB  On Hwy, 101, ripe for tubdlvltlon Into 5  acre parcels. $80,000, Call Rita Percheson  for more detallt. 885-5706 or 885-3271.  '11 ACRES-PRATT ROAD  Jutt Outside Glbtont Village, fully serviced  except sewer, Ideal for holding' or  development, $57,900. Ken Wells, 886-  7223.  3.78 ACRES ON OARDRN BAY  Near head ot Oyster Bay, Ideal recreation  property, Nicely woodedf tome patture and  stream, Asking $19,900. Cqll Ken Wells,  886-7223,  RARE 2$ ACRES ��� $62,000  Only 9 minutes WEST OF SECHELT. High and  dry, mostly treed. Chuck Dowman, 885-  9374,  ALMOST 6 ACRES WITH  SOUTHIRLY EXPOSURE  Build your dream ham* and keep boat at  nearby Marina or purchase at holding  property. $29,000, Rita Percheton, 885-  5706.  GOOD BUILDINO LOT #407)  Frontage on 2 roads, Francis Peninsula Rd,  and Rendevout Rd. 134' deep, serviced,  Only $9,900, Pay. 10% down, Vendor will  carry balance ot7 current Inttrett, Oyer 3  years, What an opportunity lor Investment,  Peter Smith 889-9463.  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK LOT #143  Check this one on Henderton Ave., ,6B  MssrrTTffTmmi7Tr%mw^qtW  awtM, wetet, phone, hyeVeend ehert.wolk to  excellent twlmmlng b����H on Hendertbn  Ave, Full price $16,300 Peter Smith 865-  9463.  SPARINGLY PRICED    >-���-,' #149  Yes   $10,800 - buys - nearly- 100 - ft. ~on~  Redrooffs Rd. as well as 1/50 interest in  waterfront Ipt "X". Close to public wharf.  "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461.  VIEW ACREAGE ' #4111  ALMOST 5 ACRES, NOT IN LAND FREEZE,  VIEW of Howe Sound from part of the  property. Use for recreation now and subdivide later. Price $28,500. For more details  Jim Wood 885-2571.  :  BIG BUILDING LOT #4109  Just a-few minutes' drive from Sechelt, thlt  fine (97' x 206') nearly level building lot of  almott half an acre could be |utt the answer  for your future hometite. Hydro, water and  phone on paved Cooper Road, and |utt  asking $16,500. Bert Wdlker, 885-3746.  CHOICE LOCATION ���    #181  Treed building lots within a block of beach  access. For a good family location at  $14,500. Ruth. 885-9213 eves.  RECREATION LOTS #4052 or #150  Both close to water access and ready for  your fun In the sun. Priced to tell and lots of  advantages. Ruth, 885-9213,  LOOK FOR MILES #4019  Inlet View, Over 12,000 square foot lot  frantt on . two roads, Power, ���< Water,  Telephone. Ask $8,000 Cash, Make offer to  "Tiny Bob*, 885-9461.  DEVELOPMENT ACREAGE #4131  Right In the Village of Sechelt ��� 39 1/2 acret  at lest than $4,000 and acre and good view  Included. Larry, 885-9213.  CABIN ON THE LAKE! #4021  Here's a rare opportunity. to obtain that  little cabin on a'half, acre of lakefront  property. What a spot, right on Garden Bay  Lake with a 4 year old 12' x 14' cabin and  metal shed. Vendor will take low down  payment on the $29,500 asking price. Call  Bert Walker, 865-3746,  COMEI VIEW THE INLET #4019  Cut a bush or 3 and expand the outlook  about 12,000 tq. ft. fronting 2 roads with  hydro, hydrant, phone at road side, Deal on  $8,000.00, "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461,  CATCH THE BIO ONE HERE #4118  Flat, near ready to build, Close as Spit to  easy ocean access, 30 ft, on blacktop  frontage by ISO depth. Invest $12,000 F.P,  Now, "Tiny Bob" Kent 669-9461.  INLET VIEWS #147/141  .These two fine view lots offer a unique  opportunity for a family or friends to share  adjoining lots. Power, water and phone and  realistically priced at $9,900 each. Bert  Walker. 863-3746,   ,  INVESTMENT REVENUE ��� $108,000  Attractive    7-sulte    rental    unit,    Steady  cllentel*. No vacancies for years, Handy  location In village. Call Ed Baker for more  detallt, 865-2641;  VIEW LOT #144  Excellent level building lot size approx.  100' x 120', Close to arena lor your winter  ���pom one! dote ta flood flthtnfl for y*ar  round sport. All services available. Price Is  $11,900.00 Jim Wood 665-2571.  Wednesday, August 15, 1979 Ihe Peninsula Times PageB-5  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  <5  AND UND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.Rr^GibsonsrB;Cr-V0N 1V0  CONVEYANCING* REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  nsBEaa HOMES  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  35.  GRANTHAMS: Beach house located at Granthams on a sandy beach  with good summer moorage in front. House- hat three bedroomt,  large kitchen, living room and full bath. Jutt pay $36,000 and  assume lease. $36,000.  JOE ROAD: Five year old three bedroom full basement home in  Roberts Creek. Situated on 1 acre below Highway 101 with 4/10 of  an acre above the highway. Nicely treed and landscpaed with ocean  view. Thlt home It 1,200 tquare feet with fireplace on livingroom  feature wall. Oil fired hot water hearing tyttom provides maximum,  efficiency, Batement had roughed In plumbing ahd fixtures and  awaltas the handyman to finish the rec room, etc. Huge tundeck  with touthern expoture accentt thlt lovely home. $59,900.  WHITAKER ROAD: Cuttom built ocean view home in the motf  beautiful area of the Sunthlne Coatt. One block to tandy  - beach, Davit Bay dock, ttore, church, day care centre and  school. Three bedrooms upstairs with ensuite off matter.  Expensive cedar finish in dining room and livingroom.  Fireplace. Completely finished basement with livingroom,  bedroom, kitchen and 4 piece bathroom. Single car garage,  cement drive and front nicely landscaped. $64,500.  DAVIDSON RD: Exciting multi-level contemporary rjome ori large treed view  property located In quiet area and offering  privacy and seclusion. Many outstanding  features tuch at high ceilings, skylights,  stone and brick fireplaces with heatllatort,  quality carpets. Dream kitchen with sunlight  -celllngtT-cottom-cablnettr-deluxe-bullt.ln-appointment-to-view-now,-$ 145,001  appliances, 'green houte' window. Sundecks and patios for outdoor entertaining.  Nicely landscaped. Excellent financing at  only 10 1/4%. A must see for-the city  escapee. $85,000.  SEAVIEW LANE: 105 feet of flat level pebble  beach with a southern exposure and a glass  enclosed patio are just two of the features  of this property in West Sechelt. House is  open- beam construction . with a wall  fireplace and five rooms. Separate sauna on  the beach used-all-year round. Make an  S  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 afl 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~ Sound7Large guest "cottage"  with fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and  sundeck. $97,500.  ELPHINSTONE RD: Quiet & private setting  with panoramic vleW at only the Granthams  Landing area can provide. This well built  home features ��3 large bedrooms, sliding  glass doors onto tundeck and view I vlewl  vlewl The home it 1150 tq ft with partial  batement for rec room & workthop. Nicely  landtcaped groundt round out thlt comfortable living package. $52,900.  SUNNYSIDE DR: Three blockt from Cedar  Grove School In Glbtont area. Thlt large  two storey full basement home has three  ..bedrooms upstairs with a walk-in closet.and^  -ensuite plumbing in7thejnaster bedroom-  Huge 20 x 14 living room with fireplace.  Double carport and wrap-around tundeck.  Situated on a 100 x 150 lot with partial view  acrott Georgia Strait to Vancouver Island.  This home is brand new and is covered by  the ��� Government Home Warranty  Programme. $62,900. *        -  CHASTER RD: Now here's living in style!  1500 square feet full basement home with  many, many extras. Three bedrooms upstairs. Huge master bedroom has full ensuite including bidet. Sliding glass doors  open on to the southern exposure sundeck.  Extra large kitchen has a built-in dishwasher. Downstairs has a finished rec room  and finished two piece bathroom, plus lots  of room left to your imagination and handy  work. Fully enclosed garage. Lot is 150 x  160 with home situated to allow subdivision  of the lot. Assume existing 10-1/4%  mortgage and __lye__J_app\[y_.__mMr____hmi__  $79,900.  SELMA PARK: NOT on lease land. Try your  down payment on'this 2 bedroom house  with ocean view. Would moke great  summer place or handy person could make  it a permanent home. $22,500.  'LEEK RD: New home on view land of ap-  sToximotoly 5 acret. OalrT}arquer^lo^iT~TB~  throughout. Open beam, type construction  with large bedroom and sitting room upstairs. Ensuite plumbing. Finished basement  suite; Thermal glass and skylights. Two  fireplaces. Walk-In cooler and. a 35x40  metal workshop on cement pad. $135,000.  CRUCIL RD: Big family! Then this four,  ^bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  home you've been looking "for. Full  basement with rec room, utility and  roughed in plumbing. Intercom inside and  out. Large sundeck over carport. This home  is located on a quiet view.lot, yet convenient to the Village of Gibsons. $56,000.  HEADLANDS: Beautiful starter or  retirement home In bluff area. Close to boat  launch, shopping, P.O. and marina.  Georgeous view of Gibsons and harbour.  All services, W/W and appliance! Included.  Vendor may carry agreement for sale to  qualified purchaser. Phone to vlewanytlme.  36,000.  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  FIRCREST RD: Over 20 nicely treed building  lots to choose from. 61 x 131. We will  arrange to have a home built for you.  Located a short drive down Pratt Road.  Priced at $9,700 each.  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot  with view of North Shore Mountains.  Located on the end of a quiet cut de sac o/ily  one block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  ��� and schools. All services Including sewer.  Adjacent to grass playing field. $16,900.  SHOAL LOOKOUT: View lot with approval  for ordinary septic tank: lots of nice homes  in this attractive area, $19,900,  GRANDVIEW S HEAD: View lots, all services, ready to build on. Close to ocean  beach access and close to Gibsons, Priced  from $13,500.   BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large  view lots In quiet cul de sac, All services,  easy cartop boat launching. Only one block  from the beach and Chaster Park. Prlcod  from $14,900.  __"   SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: Large lots, most  have 100'frontage with 150<depth In quiet  rural setting. All lots nicely treed with  southern exposure. 1-1/2 blocks .to schools  and thopplng centre, Priced from $13,900.  KEARTON RD: For the horse lovers. An  excellent four bedroorrTTTome, featuring  livingroom with fireplace, family room  dining area and brand new kitchen. Two  sundecks and Targe patio. Al| this on 2,5  acres of level land in quiet area. Close, to  schools and shopping. Fenced grazing  areas, three stall stable and tack room>. 120  x 173 riding r*ng. 16 x 24 Unfinished cabin  in rear. On regional water. $75,000  MANATEE RD: Roberts Creek. Excellent  starter or retirement home in quiet area  only a block to super beach. Very nice two  bedroom home. Fireplace and on large lot.  Prices are going up, this It an excellent buy.  $41,000.  POPLAR LANE: Large three bedroom home,  master with ensuite. Living room with  "California sandstorte fireplace. Walking  distance to stores, schools, sports and  recreation. $59,500".  COMMERCIAL  HWY 101: Large lot 82 feet on Highway 101  and 271 feet on School Road. This CDA  zoned property could be commercial. Prime  opportunity.to develop. $45,000.  GROCERY STORE: Living quarters of 804  square feet. This Is the"only grocery store In  the area and the business Is growing  .sfeadlly. An Ideal tet-up for' a family  operation. The ttore hours are 10 a.m. to  6:30 p.m. seven days a week. Profit and loss  statement and list of equipment available to  bona , fide purchasers. Stock ". Is approximately ���$ 15,000. $79,000 plus stock.  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 I* extremely  valuable, Aside from store profits there ,1s  additional revenue from other sources, such  SCHOOL RD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On  sewer. Three blocks from schools and  shopping centre. Cleared for building.  $16,000 each.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130.  Close to shopping, and the ocean. Sewer  easement of 10' on SE side of the lot  $12,500. ��� ��� ,  GLASSFORD RD: 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 frpm ocean. All  services available. $11,000.  PRATT RD: Approximately 110 x 200 this ....        .... ,        .        ..  nicely  treed   1/2  acre   hat   many   choice; rF flection of wharfinger fees from the  building sites with some view of Georgia    tTovsrnment wharf adjoining this property  !  ���  B  SUNSHINE 'HEIGHTS: Beautiful view lott.  Two to choose from and only $2,000 down.  $11,500 each. *   '  OOWER POINT ROAD: Large view lot. Has  been cleared at one time, Power and water  at front of lot. $16,500.  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Private setting  with concrete driveway to building site.  Panoramic view of Howe Sound Islands and  North Shore Mountains. You can hear the  waves as you watch them lap up on ihe  Vshore, Budding site Is clearpd and ready  Strait. Zoned for 2 single family dwellings,  Take a look at this dream lot with a realistic  price. $16,900.  SMITH RD: Good view lot 125 x 165 with a  good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view, $14,500.  ABBS RD: View of the Bay area and Georgia  Strait Is yours from this beautiful lot In area  of elaborate home's. Two blocks to schools  and shopping, $19,900.  plus post office and an upstairs revenue  suite, This Is' an Ideal husband-wife  situation. Always wonted to bo your own  boss, then don't miss this opportunity.  ACREAGE  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: In Gibsons  Village on North Road, Lots for single wldes,  double wldes and conventional homes, All  on sewer, water, hydro and all within three  blocks of the shopping centre, schools and  medical clinic, Priced from $10,900 to  $19,900.  5  GOWER & MABty. RD: Large seml-waterfront  view lot In quiet rural area, Short walk to  the beach, In Cedar Grove,��9chool District,  Ideal for housing or a hedge against Inflation, Buy ahd Invest now. Priced at  $19,900.  REDROOFFS RD; View lo(. $2,000 down.  75x560'. Some large treed. Located near  Coopers Green. $12,500,  SMITH. RD: Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site, $14,000,  COACH RD; Roberts Creek. Large lot 70 x  270 In quiet rural subdivision, Ready, to  build on. Owner Is anxious to tell and oilers  excellent termt. Asking price $12,000, Try  $2,500 down payment, $150 per month ��  12% Interest.  LANGDALE" RIDGE SUBDIv^lONTFanlastlc  view lots.  An  area  of  new  and  varied  eady to    .homes, These lojs offer themselves to many  .y)^".!;-different building locations, En|oy privacy  sand the view of Howe Sound, Priced from  $12,900,  "fry  GOWER PT RD at 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  I view property, Approximately 80 x 250, R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  oy-lawt allow 2 dwellings on this property,  PofttaWy cleared, Close to Olbtont and  close to the beach. $17,900.  SCHOOL a WYNGART ROADS: Only 3 of  thete Duplex lott left. Beautiful view  properties overlooking the Day, Clote to  schools and thopplng. All lots perfectly  suited 1o tlde-by>slde or up-down duplex  construction. Priced at $16,500.  HWY 101 & ARGENT RD: 6/10 of an acre of  treed land In Roberts Creek two blocks from  Ihe Masonic Hall. Two dwellings allowed on  the property, 100 feet of highway frontage  that would be Ideal for domestic Industry  site with home behind, On hydro and  regional water, $ 14,9*00, ��  DAVIDSON ROAD: 2/5 of an acre with a  fantastic view from Longdate Ridge. This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  property,  All, new  homes   In   this  area.  $14,900.   ,  ,���, _  TUWANEK:' 00 x 140 lot only one block to  beach, Full vlaYW 6? tho inlet. Piped community water available. $9,900,  STEWART RD: Three private acret In,quiet  ���area with nice evergreent. Gibsons Creek  goes through back of property. Close to  village amenities, $29,500.  SCHOOL RDi 1,56 acres adjacent to the  elementary school, Could be subdivided to  lots, On sewer and all services,  $56,000,  HW.Y 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 par acre, See this*  now, Large acreages are getting scarce,  $64,000.  CHASTER RD: Tw,p acres olA nicely treed,  level land across the street from Cedar  prove School, Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 acre lots, Excellent for hobby farm  or Investment, $30,000;  ARGENT RD: 2.7 treed d'eret in (he heart of  Roberts Creek, 5 lot subdivision has been  , approved. Excellent soil and drainage,  Perfect for hobby farm or holding property,  $29,900,  MIDDLEPOINT HIOHWAY 101: ��17 acres  vacant land located on Highway 101,  Mlddlepolnt, 30�� miles from Olbsons,  Logging road, not In use, through property,  Average subdivision size permitted 1/2  acre. Southerly exposure ond good view,  $38,300.  MIDDLEPOINT HIGHWAY 101; .+20 ocres  with Insulated cottage |uit remodelled,  located on Highway 101 In Mlddlepolnt  :fc28 miles from Gibsons, Average sub-  division ��U* pormsitsxi 4/2 art: Cottage  ,hos all services, southerly exposure ond  view from higher elevation nt rear,  $49,500.  LORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  JON McRAE  885-3670  ANNE GURNEY  886-2164  ARNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  JAYVISSER  889-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  STEVE SAWYER  885-2691  111  *,  * Jb>*y~--  PiKe&6 TliePbii!ii8itfaTimg��, ; V 7 August 15,1979  Ambulance Awareness  programme at PNE  **  885-3295  VICTORIA-Visitors to the  -B-a-Gardcns-Building at-tte-  P.N.E. will be able to see for  themselves how the province's ambulance services have  improved in recent years.  One of the feature attractions of the Bristish  Columbia Emergency Health  ���Services exhibit will be a  Mercedes-Benz ambulance  custom built" for the Fort-  Alberni Fire Department in  1966.  This vehicle is the last of its  kind in Canada. It remained in  service with the Port Alberni  Fire Department until July,  1974 when it was taken over by  thP rc���prfipnpy Health  S��r-  the public to compare the  -advances mad^not only tothe-  vehicles but to the equipment  now available to B.C.'s highly  trained ambulance crews.  Also included in the exhibit  will be "displays covering the  Provincial Air Ambulance  . Service, other vehicles which  are part of the Emergency  Health Services Commission  fleet, an outline of the training  received by ambulance attendants, and communications and specialized  equipment.  Van. Direct  . 681-7931  Box'979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Where Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  vices Commission.  The interior underwent  some modifications to- bring it  closer to Emergency Health  Service Commission standards and it continued to  service the Port Alberni area  until February, 1976 when it  was removed form service  and replaced by a modern"  ambulance.  One'of the current models,  built to Emergercy Health  Services Commission  specifications by the Vehicle  - Modif icatioir~Depot���in���Victoria, will also be on display  immediately outside the B.C.  Gardens Buildings, enabling  An audio-visual presentation will depict first aid and  emergency procedures which  pan he used bv   '  public.  Special kits containing  balloons, buttons, pamphlets  and colouring books will be  available to the youngsters as  part of a Child Awareness'  Program conducted by the  ambulance employees.  Also available at the  reception desk will be the Vial  of Life and instructions for its  use. The Vial of Life is placed  in a householder's  refrigerator and a special  decal affixed to the  -refrigerator���door���alerts-  emergency crews to chec the  vial if the housholder has  special  medical  conditions.  Criminal injuries awards  Thirty-seven awards  totalling $90,216 and one  pension amounting to $409 a  month were announced! during  June under, the' Criminal  Injuries Compensatiop ActT  "The foUowing afeexi^nples Qf  these awards.      .    .  For no apparent reason a  ' 40-year-old Fraser Valley  man was shot in the abdomen  by another man. .As a result of  the gunshot would the victim  suffered numerous  internal  injuries, including extensive  damage to his,spinal cord  which   has   left   him,  a  paraplegic.  For  permanent  injuries suffered arid impairment of future earning  capacity he was awarded a  lump sum payment of $7,500  and a monthly pension of $409!  As he walked- out bf a hotel  'beer  parlour a  23-year-old  Surrey man was struck;ih the  eye by the 7 fragment ojE a  shattered beer glass thrown ��  by an unidentified assailant.  He,  underwent   extensive  medical treatment to Save his  right   eye   which   was   uh-'  succe^ful^F^Qr permanent  loss of sight in his right eye the  victim was awarded $15,000.  An elderly Vancouver man  was   attacked,   beaten   and  robbed by two unidentified  niale assailants who forced  their way into his apartment.  The 87-year-old victim of  crime      suffered      scialp  lacerations and was awarded  $465. -  .  A 43-year-old Vancouver  woman was attacked, pushed  to the ground, threatened,  raped and robbed by a man in  a Vancouver park. The victim  suffered contusions, of the  head, neck and body. She was  awarded $2,700 for the injuries  and mental anguish suffered.  After a motorcycle collided  with his car, the 26-year-old  driver of the car was attacked  and beaten by the motorcycle  operator. He suffered multiple ���  abrasions and contusions of  the head, neck, chest back and  limbs. The victim was  awarded $1,597.  While standing in front of a  hotel beer parlour a 2B-ycar-  old Vnncouver man was attacked and beaten by three  unidentified malq ,ausallunts.  He Buffered a scalp laceratfoit  and was awarded $407.  AOO-yonr-old Burnuby man  was attacked, beaten, kicked  and    robbed    by    three  unidentified male youths who >  'had followed the victim into  his  residence,   Ho  suffered  multiple   contusions   and  abrasions of the hoad, neck,  ."body and loft knee, For ln-  i   juries   suffered    ho   wuh  awarded $fl<Kl.  A 19-yonr-old North  Vancouver womun wus attacked, threatened, dragged  into a ditch near a parking lot  and, raped by a mule  assailant. She suffered  multiple contusions and an  anx|cty state as a result of the  rape, For Injuries suffered  ��yid .jnpptal iingulsh,���ex:  perionced the victim was  awarded $3,00?,.  When a Ml-ycitr-old lllch-  mond man attked u man to get  off the trunk of his car, ho was  attacked and beaten by tho  a^allant. Tho victim suffered  a laceration of the left lower  lip and was awarded $432.  A 54-year-old Chilliwack  woman was. attacked and  beaten by a man who forced  IBs way "into- HeTTesidence7~  15Hesaffered-a" fractured-jaw  and mutliple contusions pf the  face, neck, shoulders and rib  cage. The victim was disabled "  for approximately seven  weeks. She was awarded  $2,493.  WithoUt warning, a 19-  year-old Victoria woman was  attacked and. stabbed  repeatedly by a knife-wielding  man who forced his way into  her apartment. She suffered  multiple stab wounds, causing  a laceration of her left kidney, {...  left wrist, forearm, scalp, face  and back. She is left with a  minor weakness in her left  wrist. For injuries suffered  the victim was awarded  $4,165.  1 - A Williams Lake man was  awarded $1,239 in compensation to cover funeral and  burial -expenses incurred as a  result of his son's death. The  , vibtim suffered iatal injuries ,M  when he wds attacked and  stabbed several tiems by  another man,   -  For no apparent reason a  44-year-old Creston man was  attacked, beaten and kicked  by a male assailant. He suffered a fractured cheekbone.  For loss of wages and injuries  sustained he was awarded  $2,308. ���  A    32-year-old    Prince  George woman was attacked  and shot four times by a rifle-,  wielding man. She suffered.  gunshot wounds to, the chest,  '  abdomen and right  arm;  resulting in internal damage  to , her stomach,  liver  and  spleen. For injuries suffered  the   victim   was   awarded  $3,170.  Following a verbal exchange concerning a motor  vehicle incident a 40-year-old  Vancouver man was punched  in the face several times by  the operator, of the other  vehicle.' He suffered a fractured nose and was awarded  $750.  Under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Act,  anyone who is a victim of  crime in B.C. may apply for  compensation. Application  forms aro available at any  office of the Worker^' Compensation Board, which ad-  1 minsters Iho Apt, Upon  paymont'of compensation tho ,  Board ls entitled to sue tho  party or parties responsible  for the victim's injuries. If  such proceedings result in  recovering more Hum tlie  compensation awarded plus  costs, the excess or surplus Is  paid to the' clatmalnt(s).  ..because evei  child has the  right to smile  Unieel' Cmiatfa (!)  ThlnklngjoLxelocatlng...  Don't Delay ��� Us* our TRADE PLAN  Please call for more details.  Homes  Waterfront  Homes  WATERFRONT PARK  $84,250  lovely two bedroom quality  home located on Gower Point  Road, close to shopping, near  Pebbles Beach. Panoramic  view of North Shore  mountains, Gospel Rock and  mw���Island*���Por���an  appointment   to. view,   call  Rene Sutherland,   885-9362.  SELMA PARK $10,900  Just listed MLS. 60' pebble  beach, super view, two room  cottage. Lease property^  'More info with Ray Bernier,  885-5225 or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  DAVIS BAY $32,900  Specatacular - view from this-  "weterfrsrrfiotTn~nbne~of ~oa r  most desirable areas. Sloped  lot has a lovely beach and is  nicely treed. For more infor  contact Terry Braqkett, 885-  9865.  GRANTHAMS LANDING $39,500  This older home at Granthams has been completely  remodelled and redecorated  and will make somebody an  excellent stprter or  retirement home. The added  income from the 1 b/r in-law  suite will keep all payments  low. See this with Don Lock,  885-3730 and then make your  offer.  GRANTHAM'S VIEW  $29,500  One bedroom in this cozy 780  sq ft home. The panoramic  view of water and mountains  can be enjoyed from the  glassed wrap-around sun-  porch. Fridge, stove and new  wood burner included.  Minutes to ferry, shopping  and beach. Call Suzanne for  more information on this  charmer- in   Gibsons,   885-  3971T  REDROOFFS $68,900  This warm welcoming three  bedroom Panabode home is  beautifully situated on a  large secluded sunny lot. A  few special features are: two  car heated Panabode garage,  double plumbing^ cut rock  fireplace, step saver kitchen,  16 foot' greenhouse, and  covered patio. Please call for  appointment to view, Corry  Ross, 885-9250. -  -    ��� -  SECHELTVILLAGE      $45,000  Three bedrooms ia this 1139  sq ft family home. Open  kitchen with lots of cupboard  and counter area. Central  fireplace which is shared by  IheTliving and dining rooms.  Lovely garden with berries,  fruit trees, vegetables and  flowers.  Aluminum  10 x  10  foot storage shed. Close to  schools, shopping and park.  Phone Suzanne Dunkerton for  a viewing of this immaculate  home. 885-3971.  Acreage  WILSON CREEK $32,1)00  Two bedroom A frame with  loft and workshop, partially  furnished on two of the most  beautiful lots near Mission  ~Cfeekr*Wading~dlstance-to~  _ Davis~ Bay Beach,- yet off the-  highway on a private.road.  Fifteen years left on  Dominion Lease. For more  details. contact ~~ Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT  LOTS  Nicely treed, side by side,  95'x 110' of waterfront  overlooking Lamb's Bay,  southerly exposure, these  properties- are priced at  $28,000 and $28,500 each.  For more details, Call Rene at  885-9362.  SAKINAW LAKE $15,000  s 165' lakefrontage lot on  Provincial lease, $160 per  year. Leased until 1988. Boat  access only, excellent  building site for your  weekend retreat. Call Ray  Bernier, 885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.  SEMI WATERFRONT   $35,000  Wilson Creek. A well-  maintained 5 year old two  bedroom house with an extra  large living and dining room  combination. The fridge,  stove and washer are in-  ^1udeclr^afp~oTTijml~std7a~gir  shed and a lovely landscaped  lot. This is a prepaid lease  with 15 years left. Suzanne  Dunkerton will give you more  information on leases, 885-  3971.  ROBERTSCREEK $55,000  Price Reduced $4,000  A family home built with  children in mind. Three  bedrooms, full basement,  1344 sq ft of living space.  Bright,'_6"pen kitchen with  large counter area and loads  of storage space. The living  room and dining room .are  open plan and enjoy the  warmth of the fireplace.  Basement has been 3/4  finished and needs the  finishing work done. Large  private lot which backs onto  Roberts Creek. Within  walking distance of schools,  grocery store & beach.-Call  Suzanne, 885-3971.  DAVISBAY $66,000,  Beautiful view from this three  bedroom home. Large family  kitchen loaded with ' cupboards, work ,and eating  space. Separate dining room,  cozy living room, with a  fireplace. Finished rec room &  bar with another fireplace,  guest bedroom. Close to  "school s^aTsxTBeach ��� all^Kis'  "in " Db~puraT~DavTs~ Bay!"-Call'  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  Industrial  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL  PARK  Now selling ��� light industrial, service, commercial. Located on Highway lOlin thevillage-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  Rene Sutherland, 885-  93o2.  SECHELTVILLAGE      $58,500  Many, many extras in this  well planned tastefully  decorated two bedroom gem.  1300 square feet of immaculate    house, ^ plus    an  insulated      garage and  workshop surrounded by the-  best  garden   soil   available.  For more details, call Rene,  885-9362.  REDROOFFS $45,000  Three bedroom 1339 sq. ft.  family homer Large living  room with a cozy wood s,|ove.  Kitchen is spacioussffltfi large  working ar^*f\^\|ras 'ots  of cupb{QbjbrJ|Mtp- Some  Iandscapu3  xlone    on   the  Jargfl���Jo-t which has   _a__  .southern _.exposure. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton to view  this well priced home, 885-  3971.  DAVISBAY $61,900  Immaculate three bedrooms,  landscaping and sundeck.  Second F/P in rec room, 4th  bdrm and extra large  workshop in basement.  Double garage. An excellent  buy. Drive by on Laurel and  phone for an appointment to  see.lEmilie.Henderson, 885-  -5383���or- Ray Bernier���885-  5225.  Business  ROBERTSCREEK $89,500  Five acres and 1700 sq ft four  bedroom unique 3 storey  horn er���Acreage���is���bottom  land, southern exposure,  large vegetable garden, fruit  trees, artesian well, pasture,  chicken "hoose-aSrgotmslallf:  R20 installation in walls, R40  in ceilings between each  room & floor. Cedar finishing,  parquet floors, broadloom  carpet, guest cottage, large  suana. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing'of this  special, home, 885-3971.  ACREAGE ft HOME $65,000  A hobby farm or country  estate near to ocean - 9.8  acres of good level land with  year-round creek. Heated  "grMnlvDuseT pasfure~and"  many outbuildings. A  remodelled home with 2  bdrms, den. Owner has spent  over $30,000 on this  modernization and landscaping the spacious grounds.  Call Don Lock at 885-3730.  WEST SECHELT $39,700  -Cute one bedroom house,  situated on 2+ acres of good,  cleared   level   land,   with  -chicken���house;���large���truss-  roof outbuilding, fruit trees���  To view, call Rene Sutherland,  885-9362.  ROBERTS CREEK $29,500  Enjoy the privacy and  peaceful surrounding oh this  level treed acreage. In the  ALR. .For more information  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865. MLS.  GIBSONS VILLAGE  2+ acres of potential  development land located at  Hwy 101 and Park Road. One  "ofthefeW^cofnef'propertles  left in' the , village. Across  from curling and swimming, 1  block from shopping centre.  Priced at $115,000. Call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  Drycleaning  Business  situated  in  Gibsons  &   Sechelt.   No   |  competition. Ideal family operation. Priced to sell. For more  information,  please call  Ray  Bernier,  885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.   . '���    '    ���' ���        ���"    ���    ;7" ' :  X  RESTAURANT  Jutt llttaid MIS. SltuatsKlIn Sacrwlt. Supor return. Won't la��t. For mora* Into coll  Ray B'arntar, 885-5225 or Emlllo H��nc.T��on, 885-5383  WEST SECHELT VIEW  Two beautiful view lots, side  by side. These lots have 92'  and 95' of frontage and are  nicely   treed.   Each   lot   is  $17,500. Try offers on thpm  separately or as a package.  For more information, contact  Terry Brackett, 88579865.  VILLAGE LOTS      $15,000 ea.  Close   to   Chatelech   Junior  Secondary School, located on  Hwy 101, these two side by  side nicely freed lots are a  good   Investment*   Sewer  availably In near future. For  more   details,   cajff   Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  PENDER HARBOUR     $14,000  Large v)ew lot on Malcom  Road. Site already cleared for  building.    Serviced    with  regional  water  and   hydro.  Trailers permitted.  Beach  access,   close    by.    Terry  Bracket,   885-9865,  WEST SECHELT $11,900  , A nice lot In area of new  homes. Will have a nice view  when a few trees come down.  Try an offer on this serviced  lot. Contact Terry Brackett,  885-9865.  SELMA PARK $12,900  Thlacholco view lot Id offered  at a reduced price for quick  sale.1 Located at corner of  Hwy 101 and Heather Road,  and backing onto Groer Rd,  Good valuo here. MLS. Call  Corry Ross, 885-9250,  SELMA PARK $14,900  Largo woodsy vlow lot with  southern oxposuro. Close to  tho beach, schools,, community hall and daycaro. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton on this  one, 885-3971.  WEST SECHELT  Two lots side by side located  on NorWest Bay Rd. Priced at  $12,500 and $9,500. Lof  serviced with water, hydro  and cable. Buy separately or  try an offer on both lots.  Contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  GARDEN BAY EST. $13,500  Just listed MLS ��� super view  lot in sO,b-division,a<Lbeautlful  homes. P^/n^lUV^Ith nice  flat rock TD&fr- excellent for  building. Ray Bernier, 885-  5225 or,,Emllle Henderson,  885-5225.  WAKEFIELD BEAUTIES  $16,750.a.  Two lots, tide by side on  Wakefield Road, bordered by  park and ravine for privacy.  Approved building sites, view  of Georgia Strait, close to  village. For more details, call  Rene, 885-9362. '  VIEW LOT        v $10,900  On Marble Road in quiet  Wilson Creek subdivision,  owner may carry financing.  Call Ray Bernler, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  TUWANEK VIEW $9,000  Close to beach. Vendor will  carry agreement for sale. For  more details, Phone Rene at  885-9362.  SANDY HOOK 13,500  6ne of the nicer potential  tf.vlew lots In Sandy Hook, thin  one has private paved road,  water and hydro In , approved perculatlon, and a  16' x 24' storage shed. Ideal  for recreation property, close  to boat launch, or for a  permanent residence.  Trailers permissible. For  more details, Call Rene at  885-9362.  FRANCIS PENINSULA $10,000  Excellent Bldg. lot in new subdivision, water &t hydro,  septic approval. Near  Gerrons Bay ��� good fishing I  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383,  or Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  SANDY HOOK $13,500  The vendor will accept a low  down payment and  agreement for sale on this 58  x 346 foot potential view lot.  Storage shed and some  building materials Included.,  On private paved road,  potential view, one of the  nicer Sandy Hook lots. Call  Rene, 885-9362.  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.  WEST PORPOISE BAY   $9,900  Level; lot located' close to  Village of Sechelt. This lot is  selectively cleared and is  ready to build on. Water and  hydro. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  WEST SECHELT  13 fully serviced mobile home  lots, situated approx. 2 miles  northwest of Sechelt, corner  of Mason & Norwest Bay  Road, Level lots to facilitate  both singles and double wide  trailers.  SECHELT VILLAGE $15,000 ea.  Two nicely treed lots side by  side equalling approx 200'  frontage. Close to Chatelech  Jr. Secondary School, located  on Highway 101. An excellent Investment at this  price. To view, call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  #om.     m*��-  -iV^x-C'  SOID  A  f \ -  *#?'  r-�����,,���.^  1CHD  i" y^y:<i\ ^,/fod-  ,. "        l> ..T, ' * st A     t,,4��   .,   ,   VsPjl o y.  yyyyWX'hh-  i    *  7*ir:k    "^    \V   i-I.  / '->.  V^;'<''y��y^/.f ��i*K, ,���VI,  !    ���     '">"l ..  .' P'l -un. k��., yk  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  Choice lots still available In this desirable location.  Most have view and sunny southern exposure.  Paved road, water and Hydro. M.L.S.  Priced from $10,000 to $20,000.  Call Ray Bernler 885-5225 or Emilie Henderson 885-5383.  I.  i, .������ . .  j V*v'y  I   ���'���," f 77  nn  ft I  .v h  t n  *_9s'  #  *v  ��� .*'  ���>�����,  ���IK*!?;  ']  ''J1  '���pnfn^"**rm��'  <*  ,.1-t/t'Sf.  !L  :&.  RAY BERNIER  866*6225  CORRY ROSS  885*9250  RUNS SUTHERLAND  888^9362  TERRY BRACKETT  B85-9865  DON LOCK  806-3730  EMIUE HENDERSON  885-5383  POWELL  RIVER  WEST  VANCOUVER  NORTH  VANCOUVER  < OlIIKR OFFICES  TO SRRVE YOU  MEMBBR OP "RBtOCATION SfiRVICBS CANADA" RRFBRRAl SYSTEM  SSMSSSSsasS  SUZANNE PUNKERTON  886 3971  TERRI HANSON  6868295  KINGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY  *��.  y  <   i Potter Muriel Parfitt displays wares  ByEVraUJETH  Muriel Parfitt is presently displaying  her unusual collection of pottery at the new  Art Center in Sechelt. She lives in Roberts  Creek, on an inspiring piece of land, full of  Irfores^pathsrmoss-roeks-and-sur-���background. The direct contact with the  prise creeks: * - - - ��� material allows her full control to Hand  "I am fascinated by the subtleties ofv build her creations.  flower petals. She patiently works with the  clay for hours, pinching, pressing and  squeezing until she is satisfied with the  results, She enjoys using this type of clay,  as the glazes show up well on the white  forms found in nature ��� such as shells,  seeds, plants and fungi ��� by their simplicity as well Us complexity, by their  exquisite delicacy, as well as the  suggestion of power and playfulness,  says Muriel. She doesn't confine her work  space to an indoor studio and insists that  her surroundings are just as much  responsible for her creations as is her own  work.  Muriel knows the forest behind her  itudio very weuV-She-has-a^umber-of  Ashes of different woods for glazes and  a stoneware clay which melts at a fairly  low temperature are only two of the local.  materials available that Muriel has experimented with. The clay gives an interesting brown slip glaze similar to the  oriental tenmoku.  Muriel feels it is important that artsists  have a place to display their work and is  "very grateful thattheArt-Center-is finally-  finished and functioning. She appreciates  the honour of exhibiting her work in the  first show and finds the community  feedback very positive and encouraging.  SHEILA KITSON owns a sheep and pig farm which is located on Henry Rd. just before Seed Rd. She has 22  Suffolk sheep and several pigs.  KITSON'S FARM  Where the sheep and pigs graze happily  favourite working areas and often may  move from one to another during the  course of a day. She pauses in between  smaplug and- moulding, Mid lcts-the-  .natural vegetation inspire her next  creation. "Natural light is important as it  shows up the subtleties in nature." says  Muriel. Summer is the time she is most  motivated and productive.  Clay has always intrigued Muriel. She  finds it a fascinating material and enjoys  ��� the challenge of transforming it. Watching  all the changes it must go through before it  comes out of the kiln as'a finished piece is  always exciting. She says, "I like to think  that in a kiln, the fierceness of the fire acts  upon and modifies the shapes whiclul put  in, and that at a given moment they are  frozen,   whilst  stiir~suggesting ~the  By EVI BLUETH,  Sheila Kitson's sheep and  pig farm is located on Henry  Rd. just before Reed Rd. Her  22 Suffolk sheep graze happily  in a spacious and peaceful  field just beside her enormous  and thriving garden.'  Sheila says they originally  got the sheep to help keep the  bush down but didn't realize  how much energy they would  require. "Sheep-ktieping is full  time work," says Sheila. She  went on to say that most  FLOKON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance   I  w  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  888-2248  GIBSONS ��� Rural area, very  storage shed. One-half acre  $48,500.  fflffft  Ome with dinette, utility and  includes trailer pad. Asking  people don't realize how much  -time and money is required  just to sustain the animals.  The fencing alone costs  hundreds of dollars, not to  mention alfalfa pelletts and  shears which sell for about  $120.  Although the Kitsons have  been keeping sheep for' 15  ars-Sheila-saysr^I-really-  donM^hink-you-can-mato  economical thing out of it  because it will never pay for  your labour.. We sp&id just as  much as we get back." The  various work routines are  ^enjoyed and accepted by the  Kitson family. The animals  seem to be as much part of  their land as are the trees and  the garden, Sheila says,  "You produce what you put  into it. It's very much like a  garden!" The Kitsons believe  it is important to feed the,  animals  well  yet  not  to^  possibility of further change."  Muriel attended courses and work  shops at the University of Alabama, the  Birmingham Museum of Art, the  University of B.C. and the Burnaby Art  Centre. She studied with individual potters  all over the world before setting- up her  own propane gas kiln in Roberts Creek in  1970.  Her work has been included in various  shows and exhibitions in B.C., including  the Potter's Guild travelling shows. She  received the North Vancouver Art  CounclPsllrst prize in l87ZTan3 one of the  awards for her woflrin~ttah^rCerami<  '75 juried show.  Porcelain clay, which can be molded  into delicate shapes, by hand, has enabled  Muriel to capture forms such as salal  berries, small pine cone mushrooms and  MURIEL PARFITT takes a pot out of  the hand built brick propane gas kiln.  Her work is being exhibited at  Sechelt Arts Centre.   <  August 15,1979  The Peninsula Times    PageB-7  ti''  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, Slack.    -  *  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3 bdrm home on lower RoadV full basement with a/6  heat; large lot 110 x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden. House  has FP in living room and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $42,000,  '     '��� ��� '       .  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Ultra modern luxurious wft. home with 3,000 sq. ft of  living space; designed for modern executive or anyone wishing to entertain etc. Main rdoms open onto patio sundeck with complete view of  Georgia Strait. Large attractive garden completely private; low approach  to beach; guest cottage and many other extras. Ask for further details of  this choice property.    ,  GIBSONS ��� 3 bdrm post and beam with carport; 2 baths; master.bdrm  ensuite. Fireplace, open area living and dining rooms; new w/w In living  area; beautlfuj well-planned kitchen, also two rec rooms downstairs.  Large level lot 127 x 225 with good garden spll. Asking $69,000.  GIBSONS ��� pay area,-close to beach, stores and P.O. Attractive 3 bdrm  home on extra large lot with good vegetable garden. Home Is conveniently designed with large L.R. Rec Room, utility, workshop and spare  room Ih basement. $62,000.  LANGDALE ��� Panoramic view of Howe Sound and North Shore AAts.,  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.  *  GIBSONS ������ Gower Point area, cozy 2 bdrm cottage wlfH'part basement,  older but well kept.NIco size rooms; Ideal for retirement or starter homo.  Lot Is approx 1 acre In size. Asking $36,500.  LOTS  y*.  LOWER  GIBSONS ���  3  lots,  corner  School  Road  and   Hiway  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  101,  GRANTHAMS -- three lots on Reed  potential vlow. Asking $8,750 each.  Road. Good Investment property,  ROSAMUND ROAD  each.  Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  GIBSONS��� Level cleared lot In Gibsons Village on sewer and water, 62'  x 1827 obtainable.with small down payment of $3,500. Inquire for further details.  WHARF ROAD  offer.  Langdale, good retirement area,; lot 65* x 193'. Try your  Evenings Coll: Ron McSavnney, 88^-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  John Black, 886-7316;  4  F  overfeed them. The sheep  have difficulty conceiving if  they are too fat.  Shearing takes place in the  spring as soon as it starts to  get warm, their fleeze when  they get hot. If they are  sheared too late in spring the  lanolin will clog the blades of  the-shearerer making the  work too difficult and the wool  too sticky.  Sheila ' pref era to shear  after the sheep have lambed.  The reason for this is to  prevent the yew from taking  her unprotected lambs out in  the cold. The yew has a  natural waterproof wool  coating but the lambs are born  without wool.  There are many advantages to having the lambs  bprn'in late spring. They need  not be hand fed, and they  benefit from the grass and  bush and grow just as fast as if  they were born in January.  The Kitsons have learfled over  the years how to take advantage of nature and reduce  their own work load when  possible.  Each sheep produces about  six pounds of wool. Unfortunately the type produced  is not very versatile due to its  coarse nature. The sheep are  raised primarily for their  meat and are marketed  locally by word of mouth.  However the fleece Is sold to  local weavers, knitters and  quilt makers. Sheila recently  discovered that the fleece is  excellent tq use for felting.  The Insoles of* gum boots,  slippers, vests And tea cozies  can bo made this way. The,  uncorded wool ls first heated  with dyes then stuffed into a  prepared casing. The heat  mots the wool together into a *  permanent form.  ' , If you raise animals for.  meat, you can't get too sentimental. Tho Kitsons do their  own slaughtering every  autumn. Sheila soys, "You  can slaughter all the lambs  then let the yews out. They  Just walk away and cat."  There Is a lot to bo learned  from the animals. Watching  the pigs wallowing Irt tholr  huge mud baths or basking In  the sun can be Inspirational.  They seem quite unburdened,  unlike man, who' always  manage to compttcatrttfer  The KUnonS enjoy the meny  hours of amusement their  animal farm provides, and  have on many occasions  .shared the fun with visiting  school children.  .   FOR SALE BY OWNER  Deluxe family home, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms,  over 2,000 sq. ft. living-area-Assumablo 10%  mortgg'ge;���* ���  X  Asking $63,500.  Phone .886-2141.  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Tlmos?  H.B.  GORDON AGENCIES  LTD.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza, Gibsons Eves: Call  886-2000 Norm Peterson 886-2607  A or Dennis Suveges.886-7264   ; mmmji ���  30 Years���Cowrie St., Sechelt  SECHELT ��� BOULEVARD  Waterfront  style,  architect  designed  and   meticulous   craft-  manship, in,this spacious two bedroom home.'The, fouf, mcji.n,  rooms are orientated to the south facing a view over the Gult.  T'hW'lowerT^laylighTlevelTs^fully-developedrDouble~garage:~  Priced at one hundred ond thirty five.   SECHELT ��� MARINE DRIVE  Waterfront estate. West Coast Contemporary Architect home.  Four bedrooms. Three fireplaces. Viewed strictly by appointment- to serious, prospective purchasers,  SECHELT��� IMMACULATE  2 BR batement home, fireplace fully carpeted, carport, low or no  maintenance garden. FP $49,300.  WILSON CREEK ��� HIGHWAY 101  COUNTRY CHARM. Two bedroom bungalow ond three room  cottage. Studio/Workshop. Over one acre and short level walk  to the best beach at Davis Bay. Be sure and see this red and  white charmer. Priced at $65,000.  HALFMOON BAY  Two bedroom rancher. Heatilator fireplace. Utility room, attached carport, separate workshop. F.P. $45,000,  SECHELT ��� ORCHARD  50x100 ft. lot, zoned commercial.  Priced at $28,000.  Older hqme needs work.  SECHELT ��� BUSINESS  Ideal moneymaker for a handyman. Come In and talk it over  with John Wilson.  1  Days 885-2013  Evenings 885-9365  s*i  r  SEA AIR ESTATES  1650 School Road, Gibsons  3 BEDROOMS  Y/i BATHROOMS  18x14' FIN. REC. ROOM.  1564 SQ. FT. FINISHED  TOWNHOUSES  A good view of Gibsons Harbour, Howe Sound or  surroundlnflftlslands from most units,  * Actual view not exactly at shown.  Those extremely well built townhouses have |ust  been redecorated and are Priced to Sell I  291-2881  Priced from $35,000-$37.900.  QJtJ  Block Bros. Ltd.  298-0541  mm V  ^s  y  PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 15,1979  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service   .  * Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  ond Drum Brakes  * Valve and Seat Grinding  * All Makes Serviced  -  Datsun Specialists"  Phone 886-7919  Gibsons  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  -Automobiler-lndustrial-  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  885=5481  E.E. [Mickey] COE  VILLAGE MOTORS LTD.  AMC-JEEP-RENAULT  2880 Arbutus St at 12th Ave.,  Vancouver B.C V6J 3Y7  [604] 736-3861  lies. 271-04186  COMMERCIAL PRINTIN  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  CONTRACTORS  CONTRACTORS-(confd>  ���     J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  ^\ Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cot  Water. Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  R.W. [Bob] Rogers  Coast Insulation Company  =9297   RAY'S TRUCKING  BLASTING  Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  *..Bi!**5!.*.,?l* ^..P^'X!*^ay* * s��P*ic Tanks   Stumps-Ditch Lines   *=*  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  HANDY "Super" MAN  ��� Cabinet Maker ��� All Carpentry Work  ��� Remodelling in & out. Painting. V  23 Years Experience ��� Good References -  Low Rates  Will Do Anthing ��� Conscientiously Done  ��� Job Well Done   886=  INSULATION - INSTALLATION  Fiberglass Batts Blown In Insulation  RESIDENTIAL (New 8 Exiting Houses) &  Commercial��� ���  ELECTRICIANS (contld)  '   SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Residential & Commercial Wiring  ��� PWp Line'lnstallations  ��� Electric Heating  885-2062  Ron Sim  Rick Sim  FLOORING ���CABINETS  CARPETS ��� CABINETS��� FLOORING  SHOWROOM AT SEAVIEW PLACE  886-2417 922-2017  -��� ROB HAGAR��� ---  -ELo��ldcaL��0ntracting_  RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL  Eves: 886-9261 Days: 886-2756  _bJ-  ,.. ^ Xoll ALBERXAnytlm*  Call for a free estimate anytime  *    883-2734      "AirTrack Available"      883-2385  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Porlt Phone 883-2585  885-2698 or 886-2161  coodtlmej'ts  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.  GLASSWORKS  - Port-Mellon to Ole's Cove-  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  BRITISH    COLUMBIA  CB. CONTRACTORS  Complete Building Insulating   '  Interior & Exterior Painting  Roofing, Shakes & Apshalt Shingles  FREE ESTIMATES  885-9272  ANTHOR GLASS CO. LTD.  885-2153       ��� - Sechelt  WINDOWS * STORM WINDOWS * 'STORM  '   DOORS ���  MIRRORS * SLIDING MIRROR WARDROBE  DOORS    '  MIRRORED BATHROOM CABINETS * CUSTOM  WINDOWS  SLIDING PATIO DOORS ��� & INSTALLATION  Duane Thorstelnsoh  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  VBtNETS  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL,SERVICES  call. Paul M. Bulman ot 434-6641  706lGllley Ave. -Burnaby  PRINTING SERVICE  ROGERS CABINETS LTD.   -A Custom Birch Kitchen  -Av>$T900.00���I043ays Delivery-  Anywhere on Peninsula  Call'883-2676 Eves.  ���-H���AT4NG__  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  RENTALS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom in Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS* SECHELT  885-3424  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning.  885-2466. /  LANDSCAPING  ���A.C. RENTALS OO-. ���  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  Automotive Tools-, Pumps, Generators,  '   and Compressors  Highway 101 ��� \ . 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road  TIRES  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  _       ^ .._  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For ajn ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO     Free Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashl  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES ^SERVICE     . ~*  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  B. C .    WATERS  CLEAN^  LOOK HERE FOR WEEKLY BARGAINS  & SALE INFORMATION.  ���/�� ;.'���  IN GIBSONS  YOUR  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  i# UNION-GIBSONS ��  '*40lmtm0 tmt tM&St L$mWtmmmi'\_t  * Loans  * Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO s  THE BUS DEPOT    ���  886-8121  SEE OUR SHOWROOM  Hjh.  HOURS: 10 anv4:30 pm  >^4*  Of                    SATURDAYS  Ifj   *CARPETS *"klTCHEN  ^    CABINETS "JENN-AIR  j         & many mora great  ^V*  ���    i  ���1 products at everyday prices.  |t-~ y~  j      CARPET CABINET  1      CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd��� Gibsons 886-2768  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  886-7621  Our Showroom Is Open  FRI & SAT 10 am-5 pm  A WHIRLPOOL BATHTUB  TO REPLACE YOUR tfi  If  PRESENT TUB J1)  |. ^  .-! Fantastic | Sf'"1*  Seovlew PI.,.Olbsoni   ���  fSBSDN^BUIlDING  SUPPLIES  A COMPUTD HUls-DINQ BBHVICI1"  886-8141  Sunshine Coast  Highway, Gibsons  Swinge/tost -Skopplug  y��m'U ww need,  S&T - WR - COmm-Dov  VHF-SSB    ,  A  \    MARINE  ELECTRONICS  \\   Across from the  Co-op, Lower    *.,.*  Olbsons -^b��v  CDE & Browning; CB  Auth. Docca Rodor Centre  -  Windsor  Sunshine Cs��, Hwy.  Gibson*,'  "MORE  THAN  JUST  PLYWOOD"  ���  L  /-��� WWPtOW.-i  mmMwrHni  886-  9221  GIBSONS  TRAVEL  886-9255  Remember: "One  Call Doesj  It All I  No Enlia  Coil ta .  You  i ?  Sunnycrest Centre,  . .    Gibsons  Fishing for Bargains?  this Page  Every Week!  THE  MUPPET SHOP  CHILDREN'S WEAR  885-5255  From Infants to 14 Years  BACK TO  SCHOOL  CLOTHING  ARRIVING  DAILYI  THE DOCK,  SECHEL  MADEIRA  PARK  VARIETY STORE  Madeira Park  683-9115  SUMMER HOURS  8.30 am-3.10 pm  til further notice  * Local Handicraft  * Custom-made Drapes  NEW SEARS  # BSa-VBIl  THE PEACH TREE  Fpr all your Cosmetic and  Fashion Jewelry Needs.  Hand, Nail & Footcare Available,  Make-up Application* Facial Cleansing  ll   For Appointment  885-3813  Orders  Taken,  I k II"']   CANADIAN PROPANE  rNi,",AN| GAS & OIL LTD.  ���Cylinder filled  * Complete line of Appliances,  * Barbecues  ���  * Camping Equipment ('  * Qualified Serviceman  Wharf .Rd.fSecbelt  Next to Bus Depot  885-2360  C&S HARDWARE  We now carry  ROYAL ALBERT China  "OLD COUNTRY  ROSES" in stock.  885-9713  Not exacctly  as lllustratatd.  BA BIACKT0P  "QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1956  PAVING  ���CURBS  DRAINAGE  "^OCTOP LTft  "SAW FILING"  ��� CARBIDE TIP  ~ HAND SAWS  ~ CIRCULAR SAWS  1297 Surf Circle, SECHELT  (BERNIE) 885-5485  FREE ESTIMATES  885-5151  East Porpoise Bay Rd.,  ' Sechelt     ���**>  Specializing In Ladies & Mens  Cuts &.Styling,  Coloring,  Blow Drying.  ��V     J    Long, soft, wash & V-  a >        wear perms.        '���N  J��,   Hair Caro tor tho entire family;  [Quality Rodkon, JhlrmacK & Vldal Sassoon Products  Secret 'Seaufy SaU*  Open Monday to Saturday  885-2818 Cowrie St.  20% off Light Fixtures  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  ItS-ratl _w     Vsesswrsr'Isl fr**  IN PENDER HARBOUR  SAT ��� WR ��� Comm-Dev  ... Iflfllllllst  'ELECTRONICS  i \ Now open In our 2ndY  ; \ location at Oarden/  **����� Morlhe Services}  ''iSiy_WK_fBS__\  CDE li Browning CB  Auth, D��c\a ftttdnr Centre  MADEIRA MARINA  I Madeira Park  883-2266  YOUR  '* owe  * MERCRUISER  * VOLVO  * EVINRUDE  SERVICE CENTRE  SUMMER STOCK  25% OFF  883-231S MADEIRA PARK  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES   7..,,..,.���.,N*w^��*ackto0 , *.',���������  ��� STAINLESS STEEL FASTENERS  860-2585  "DarvvQrtK  Exterior Paint"  $13  95  Gallon  mmmm  I .���'. \  Volunteers make tourney a success story  By ERNIE HUME  The Sea Cavalcade Golf Tournament,  held at the Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club on August 4 and 5 was a huge  r success.- The tremendous; volunteer help  from the members, working at their  various assigned tasks of car parkins,  serving, lunch, and snacks, .spotting and  marshalling on the golf course showedthat  -matdrand~house-committee-were-well -  organised. ' '     '    &  This year's winner in the men's division  was John Senick from Gleneagles, who  took the low gross and championship with  a 36 hole score of 147. Runner-up to Senick  was 1977-8 champion Bill Cartwright, who  missed catching Senick by one stroke,  shooting a low 148.  __;   A popular visitor on the Sunshine Coast  Golf pourse from Seymour was Harold  ���Taylorwho^ook-low-net-honorswith-a-afr-  hole score of 126,  The Village of Gibsons's Trophy was  presented to John Senick by Mayor Lome  Blain, who mentioned in his remarks that  the Sea Cavalcade opened with a 'bang'  ladies flight with Anne May Taylor from  Seymour Golf Course defeating our own  Virginia Douglas by two strokes. Taylor  scored a 36 hole score of 171, with Douglas .  carding a 173.-   -       -_-     _   - ���   A popular win was achieved by Kay  Budd of Sunshine Coast who played a  steady game to take. the. ladies low net  prize with a score of 141. Lena Grant of  -PoweU-Wver+won second-low-net-with-a~  score of 142. Dot Utterback from Seymour  was third low net with a score of 144.  Fourth lows net was taken by Doreen  Lannlgah from Seymour.  The Trail Bay Sport's Trophy was  presented to champion Anne Taylor by our  congenial-President Laurie Todd. Anne  May Taylor and Virginia Douglas have  matched their skills many times for this  trophy and each have won ittseveral times���  The 1978 Club Champion, Gordy Scott,  closing was having the same impact.  A hard fought gaVtfe was played in the  made a bid to win the Village of Gibsons's  Trohpy but fell a few strokes short.  However, his low net score of 135 in the 0-9  handicap flight won him first low. net  honors. Second low net was Jim Gilchrist,  also one of our members, with a score of  -13&.^hird^la<^n^he^)-0-flight-was taken-  by Vern GoodfeUow.  In the 10-14 handicap flight the winners���  were Ken Hincks Sr, from Victoria with a;  net score of 136. Second in the 10-14 ban*  -  dicap flight was Alex Shark with a 136 and;' '  third went to Gordon Taylor, shooting a  137.    __      _l , ;   The 15-22 handicap section went to. ;  Sunshine Coast member Len Mitten with a. -:  score of 132. Second in this flight was past _  president Andy Grey who shot 135. Third -  place-went^to-Bill-Langhorn, shooting a  136. ..  The Sechelt Red and White Store,  Trophy for low net was presented to  Harold Taylor by Bev Giles.  The salmon barbecue cooked by Pat  Mulligan with the capable aid of his wife  Merle and second helper John Petula, was  delicious. Pat cooked up 230 servings  complete with his own barbecue sauce  recipe;- for all the hungry -golfers- and"  guests. .   A practical hearthside  1 accessorytotlIZ 7  "Rolling Your Own"  logs from newspapers  iiAto*"  ��>*  Each year's Cavalcade Golf Tournament has been a success and enjoyable.  Plans are already being formed for next:  year's .event at our popular golf course. ,  Bill Van Weston's offer from Suncoast\  Chrysler in .Sechelt of $1000 In mer- \  "chandlse~for a hole in one was narrowly  missed several times. Maybe the same  offer will be repeated next year..  Don't forget the men's 36 hole golf  match for the Seniors coming up in a  couple of weeks (55 years and older).  master charge  GIBSONS  TiMBRMArT  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Sunshine Coast Hwy, Gibsons  886-8141  ORjCAlL 688-6814  "FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"  Does Your Club or Group Report Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  i >  &7h .'* iO  i*>��*  ' f  MEN'S LOW gross winner John Rod Taylor at awards presentation at  ISenick (left) from Glen Eagles Golf the Sunshine Golf and Country Club.  Course .is p��ese$ed^ith Jrophy- Hl .  .,~��, ���A.-i'il-  ���* ,\. x~ *���,-'*     -'  -^ i. w * ���*-   _n.t*m  mm  mmmmmmmmmmmmm  * "-,    \h��'   X ' y~y.  < s  /^it  Section C  -   4 h        hh 5  i_._i_* ,<.�� ���J,..^}**\fs,j_,._      ���*������ -��    ���? <>���>���>       .V,i  ��' '  I   _  ���MMW  iY s'y.\l xti'.x^wx?y  Wednesday, August 15,1979  Pages 1-6  Fish derby a success  The 11th Annual Fishing Derby conducted by the ladles of the Pender Harbour  ^ Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital took place  August 4 and 5 in the Pender Harbour  area.        ' ���'���,'���  Beautiful weather was an asset and a  large number of fish were weighed in.  Prizes were distributed at the conclusion  of the Derby by Joan Logan, Pender  Harbour representative on the Hospital  Board.. Winners were as follows:  Largest salmon, $100 - Mr. Hatton,  Delta, B.C.; Second Salmon, $50 - C.  McCabe, Pender Harbour; Third Salmon,  $25 - Mr. Anderson, Port Moody, B.C.;  Largest cod, $10-Brian Whittaker, Powell  River, B.C.  HIDDEN WEIGHTS  Bod and Reel, donated by Redl Sports  ,   and Secret Cove Marina - Roy Wilkle;  Floater Jacket, donated by Garden Bay  Marino Services - Bev Preston, Langley,  B.C.; Boat Fenders, donated by Madeira  Marina -Shell Stack-Mabes - Pender  Harbour; Tackle Box, donated by Warren  McKibbin - Chuck Tattrie, New Westminster, B.C.; Storm Door, anonymous  donor - John Swelca; $10, donated by Bank  of Montreal - Mrs. TatUre, New Westminster, B.C.; #0, donated by Jim and  Scotty Cameron - Mr. Patituccl; $10,  donated by The Royal Bank - Wade  Domries, Pender Harbour,  DRAW PRIZES  Reno Trip for two - Lou Farrell, Pender  Harbour, B.C.; Floater Jacket, donated by  C. P. Leckie - Harry. McNaughton, Pender  Harbour, B.C.; Storm Door, anonymous  donor - John Finnle, Sechelt, B.C.  The members are grateful for all hety  received and for the prizes so generously  donated and extend their hearty thanks.  All money raised ls used to increase  patient comfort at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt, B.C.  NOTICE TO  mmmmmmmmmmmMmMmmymmml  SPORTSMEN  PICK UP YOUR  FIREARM ACQUISITION CERTIFICATE  EARLY  m^mmmmmmmmmmmmmm  WE WILL REIMBURSE  THE COST OF THE F.A.C.  WITH the PURCHASE of ANY  CENTREFIRE RIFLE '  PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN  * You Must Havo Your F.A.C. Boforo Any ;  Gun Purchase  .* Form" AVAILABLE At .TRAIL BAY SPORTS  * Don't Gat Caught In Tho Dolayp At  Tho Boglnnlnfl Of Tho HUNTING SEASON  TRAIL BjRt-SPORTS  Cowrlo St., SECHELT   885-2168  Sunnycrott Contro, GIBSONS   886-8020  mmmm  *********  PRODUCE  Due to the fantastic success of our 15% MEAT DISCOUNT,  we are pleased to announce as, promised,  '--�����**. /     -��*������.-iPla-MJ  that we are going to be passing on  SUPER SAVINGS in our PRODUCE DEPARTMENT.  This was initially a trial and error experiment but it  iroved to us that we can operate successfully within  ��� the gross margin guidelines. ^   SO AS OF THURSDAY, AUGUST 16th, we will be passing on  SUPER PRODUCE SAVINGS to you and will be setting a  PRODUCE MARGIN of 15% with  no weekly specials.  MEAT  ':>,* h\,.>yuiHyyy  !(<   'I1 ' ,'lf      'M7 |f  'J X , !,   \'.U    X<AV  ( s , i '1  V;''.Vvi.i  \> I  I '  h,^^,yyXhh.Lk<  w  i... i    \*j'   V''      '"   "  Mai^k H^k^A M^IA' ���_-_----i^  TS!S_}SyTrfmm,  i r  M^^lna^UauaU. 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Wo aro opon ovory Sunday from 9-4 pim, for your  ���hopping convonlonco.  * DON'T FORGET OUR MONTHLY 7 "Wo Rosorvo tho RlahUb Mijilfr Qiidhtltlos"  ���  "  FAMILY '     ���* >���-���'-* ^ ~-  ALLOWANCE  CONTEST  CO-OP  Lower Gibsons ��� 886-2522 \  offered larger prizes  This -summer,���sport fishermen  throughout B.C. are competing for the .  larger prizes available in the British  Columbia Salmon Derby. The Sunshine  Coast Marina reports that the number of  entries has risen considerably this year.  The manager of Irvines Landing Marina  attributes the success of the JDerby to its  new format, and to the larger cash prizes  involved.:  The cash prizes range from a few  hundred dollars to $25,000. The lucky  person who nets, the largest salmon,  pockets $10,000. ,  Even if the big one-got away you can"  still enter your not-so-big one in the hidden  weight category. The hidden weight can  range anywhere from 5 to 28 pounds, and  the cash prize iia7substantial|25J0p0. TJie  Derby also offers smaller weekly bonuses  of cash, prizes and trips.  In order to enter the Derby, you need to  purchase a book of ten tickets for twelve  dollars, allowing you to enter ten salmon/  These tickets are available at .SuperValu  and the local Marinas.          Smittyg' Marina reported that a local  resident netted a 33 pound salmon. Irvines  Landing Marina told The Times that Ron  Davidson of Vancouver caught a 28 pound  salmon recently.  Proceeds of the Derby are being  donated to the Variety -Club. Programs  sponsored by the Variety Club include the  construction of the Children's Hospital in  Vancouver1/  REFUGEE AID  Please Return This Coupon To:  P.O. Box 1186, Sechelt B.C.   D     I ENCLOSE A SINGLE DONATION OF $ ,  43���1 ENCLOSE 12 POST-DATED CHEQUES OF $���Trrrrr.. 777T7~EACHr  Plooso Mako Cheques ft Monoy Orders Payablo to:  SUNSHINE COAST SOCIETY FOR VIETNAMESE REFUGEES  ' 7i    I WOULD LIKE A COPY OF THE CONSTITUTION AND I THEREFORE  ENCLOSE A STAMPED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE.  G    I CAN DONATE [o.g. clothos. food, accommodation, tlmo otc]  Local target shooter makes good  nAVtn ATHT.P., 1fi, nf flihsnns with    rnmpetitinn^tlpjuaAmemhficu>��Aha-  five others on his team won the gold Gibsons Wildlife Club and was the  medal at the B.C. Summer Games only local person participating in the  August 2-5 in the .22 small bore rifle   event.  OPEN SATURDAYS  10-5 P.M.  ��� OR BY APPOINTMENT ���  .586-2765  <v^c��   Looking For Quality?  Local target shooter, David Atlee of  Gibsons, participated in the recent Di'illsh-  Columbia Summer Games, held in Richmond.  Atlee's team won the gold medal, under  the direction of Junior Coaches Andy  "Anderson and Chris BlazicevicrPreviousljr  Atlee has won the local Charlie Burns  Memorial Trophy, leading him into the  zone tryout in Maple Ridge. He spoke of  the "great fun" he had at the games,  though he "probably wouldn't make the  -Nattonal-Target-sShooting Competition'V  The Gibsons Rod and Gun dub operates  a number of target shooting programs,  and offers-handgun practices, all starting-  up again in September.  j\d#eriising.q  lets! good  little products  compete with  the biggies!���  '4l*  TAPPEN  **  oW*  Looking For Service?  Looking For Selection?  Looking For Ideas?    ^  CARPETS  Namo ..  Address  Phono..  1*  itf*  *F  C<*,>*  SWIMMING POOLS  INGROUND ��� INSTALLED ��� ABOVE GROUND  ��� CHEMICALS ��� MAINTENANCE ��� SERVICE   "Saunar-^/Vhlrlpools^Spa's^HotTabs T  Look No Further    X  Look To Us  At  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  We install all our products  ��?  "���%  %  . 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Coni'd,  m*m*mm*fmmimm  M Pyramid  amily Feud  anoouvor  lonfd,  <*ws  Dating Oame  Chioo A Man  Gong show  *0mmmmmm��tmmimm*mi  SCHOOL BOARD  ��  SUMMER SCHEDULE  (Decl��lon pending on Meeting In August)  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  lit & 3rd Regular Council Meeting,  Tueiday Municipal Hall, Gibson*,  Each Month ���     7;00 p.m.  �����  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  lit A 3rd Wednesday of Each Month - Rea. CounclT  Meeting  2 nd ft 4th Tuesday of Each Month ��� Planning Committee  mmm ��T&"  ���<����'.  Courtesy of  Si-  Cowrie St 885-9330 Sechelt  1 _i U  first teacher  By HELEN DAWE  Mrs. George Tyler, born Grace Kent,  died in Los Angeles on June 15,1979 in her  87th year. She came to Sechelt as our first  school teacher in 1912, a year when the  tides of change were rising in the village, <  just-prior to the sale of the townsite to a  German syndicate in 1913 and the outbreak  of thePirstWorldWar. Of course there was  no local government and the name Sechelt  was applied to include pupils from the  settlements at Selma Park, Porpoise Bay  and Norwest (now Sargeant) Bay.  West Sechelt apparently contributed no  students in 1912. It was still made up of 160-  acre district lots first surveyed in the  1890's. They were not broken down until  _19147-when-the-government~resurveyed-  them into 40-acre blocks. These were the  farms opened up for pre-emption in 1915,  some of which still remain intact near the  upper end of what in how'Mason Road.  Just east of where the Highway and  Norwest Bay Road meet today, Mr. T.  Ralph Mickson started.operating Sechelt  Qranite Quarries' Ltd. ih 1912, employing a  considerable number of rockcutters. The  old quarry is still observable despite the  fact that innumerable paving blocks have  been purloined during the past 65 years to  -build���fireplacesK���wishing-wells^  chimneys of local properties.  The Davis Bay area was burned over  and a mass of black stumps. Some of the  schoolchildren used to walk there to camp  near the creek and to pick enormous  quantitieaafTwUd blackberries which grew  prolifically where the fire had run-.  At Selma Park District Lot 1329, consisting of 197 acres, was first subdivided  early in 1912, when seven acres just east of  the Indian Reserve were sold by the  Catholic Church to All Red Line Ltd. This  firm set out to establish a summer resort  named for the ship which they had  recently acquired, the S.S. Selma.  In 1912 Bert Whitaker was operating  only two ships, the Tartar and Resort. All  his other vessels had been sold or wrecked.  S.S. Tartar provided service between  the Sechelt wharf  Vancouver, the Sechelt wnart ana way  points, carrying guests to Whitaker's  enlarged 40-room hotel on the Boulevard,  as well as loggers in transit between the  city and the many camps up Sechelt Inlet  and along Georgia Strait. In addition,  ships of the Union Steamship Co. had long  served the Sunshine Coast communites.  All these early vessels are still remem-  bered-by old .timers. They performed as  essential service because, the roads were  deplorable.  WAGON ROUTE  In 1911 a primitive wagon route was  opened between Sechelt and Selma Park,  making it possible to drive 9 cart overland  to Gibsons, but tliere was still no bridge  over Chapman Creek, which had to be  forded. There was no road at all west of  trail Ave., but in 1912 work began on the  "telegraph Trail", along which wires  were strung to Halfmoon Bay and northward, preparatory to the commencement of the government telegraph  service in 1913. - . -  ���The-Sargeant-Bay-area-at-this-period_  was described in the -report of the Inspector of Pre-emptions, who wrote: "The  pre-emptions at North West Bay are  mostly1'taken up by loggers who are  working in the logging camps in the  vicinity, who have built themselves good  homes on their land. These pre-emptions  as a rule are very heavyj;leaxing, although  the soil is good and mostly all roots and  fruit trees would thrive well here."  : The establishment of Sechelt's first  public school had been preceded, of  and���eourse, _. 190i by-the completion_of_the_^  three-storey, wooden residential school  erected by the Sechelt Indians. The 1912  school was started on the initiative of Mr.  T.J. Cook, who in 1894 had become the first  white man to bring his family to reside in  Ae_Jir.ea_.__jrhe_jjroyjndal government  advised that they would pay a teacher's  salary if the villagers would make a  building available and supply desks.  two young ladies, Mattie the sister of  Ralph Nickson and Ada the daughter of  T.J. Cook, held a tag day and collected  sufficient funds to purchase the desks.  Bert Whitaker permitted the school to use  a small two-storey building on the  Boulevard, just west of Wharf Ave. He had  built it originally as his second store at the  time he opened his nearby hotel in 1899.  The structure had been used as a  Whitaker efectecTa  Originally the little building was pink  but by 1912 it had been painted whitel It  was used as a school only from the autumn  of 1912 to Easter 1913. In May of the latter  year the telegraph office took over the  building because the federal government  was willing to pay Bert Whitaker seven  dollars per month rent for the space.  Miss Kent and her pupils then moved to  a shack at the head of -Porpoise Bay just  west of the present wildlife sanctuary at  the marsh. The tide came up under the  floor of this building, which had been used  by Japanese fishermen to repair their  boats and nets.  When Bert Whitaker erected his fourth  store in 1915-16 he attached it to the east  side  of  what  had been  the   orginal  schooltiouse. This combined operation is  remembered today as "The Old Union  Store", demolished in the mid-1960's. The  school portion served as the butchershop  in the general store. This summer the site  bordered by Boulevard, Wharf and Teredo  is being cleared of the shrubs ahd trees  which sprang up during thex period after  the* scfiwdKousev^^  In 1978 when Mrs. Tyler was residing in  a nursing home ih Los Angeles, she told  her memories of Sechelt to one of her  jriends, who wrote them down for me, as  follows:  Lived in the hotel  "She lived in the hotel - paid $20.00 a  month, room and board - said the food was  good. They had dancing parties on  Saturday nights and lots of young surveyors ffom-theTurea"(wtarstayed-at the-  hotel) came - a Swedish man played the  accordian. Mr. Sweet was the bartender.  Grace didn't drink, but her first evening  there he said 'Miss Kent, if you want any  liquor, just let me know.'  "The Indians had cattle, Grace was  scared of the bull which she had to pass  enroute to school. The pupils played a lot of  tricks. Once, while she was at lunch the  boys fastened a dead rat inside the arm-  hole of her heavy, coat. When she put it  on she couldn't figure what was wrong  Grace always pushed the dressing table in  fronfof her door;"  "She especially mentioned a Mr.  Herbert Whitaker who had a general store  there. He owned practically aU of Sechelt,  so she said. Another remembrance was the  Cook residence where there were a lot of  social events - teas, dances, etc. They must  have had young people of their own for  Grace said that if you ever wanted to get in  touch with a boy - any boy - just go up to  , Cook's and held be there.  . "She and her friends enjoyed picking  wild flowers, especially the trilliums, in  the woods."  Grace Kent was born in Vancouver on  Dec. 21,1892, the daughter of William and  ^atoilda^KenliJ^h_e_attjended^Mjmnt-  Pleasant school and King Edward high  school, then proceeded to the Provincial  Normal School, taking her preliminary  session in 1911 and graduating from the  advanced term in June 1912. Her brother-  in-law, Mr. A.M. Grimmett of West  Vancouver, has described her as "A very  admirable person, full of life and always  ready to give help totfiose in need; She was  good in athletics,.grass hockey mostly."  The Sechelt school probably commenced about mid-October 1912 and was in  7sessionfor-only-462.5-jdays_during_th(  academic year. Miss Kent received a  salary of $60 per month, which totalled  $516.25 for the'year. The local district  expended nothing in addition; Our first  seat of learning was classified as an  ___Assisted School" and it was within In-  with his clock. The boys were never absent  or tardy.  Lawrence was the son of Lewis  Molberg, a deckhand on the Tartar, so  when, the steamer had occasion to travel  upcoast from Sechelt during the afternoon,  Miss Kent would release the three boys a  little early from class so that they might  enjoy a ride home. Both > Lewis and  Lawrence Molberg served during the First  War and their names are on the Roll of  Honor in the Sechelt Legion hall.  The student who came from the farthest easterly point was Clarissa Dunn,  daughter of Reg Dunn of Selma Park. He  was the provincial game warden but also  operated a small store in his home,  -probably-the firstshop-at Selma.   The only 1912 pupil who still lives on the  Peninsula is Arnold McQuarrie of West  Sechelt, who returned after dwelling for 60  years hi Powell River, His father, Frank  P. McQuarrie, who came here from the  State of Maine, logged for Whitaker right  in the middle of the Village and also for  Parsons, who had a camp on West Porpoise Bay about where Kingfisher Road  runs now adjacent to the beach.  Mr. McQuarrie was road foreman and  supervised construction of the original  road around West Porpoise Bay as well as  the first road to Norwest Bay. The home  which he erected for his family in 1915 still  exists near the junction of Shoal and Reef.  Mrs. Honor Hope McQuarrie, her  father and four of her children arrived in  Sechelt aboard S.S. Tartar to join the head  of the family who had preceded them two  months earlier. Elizabeth McQuarrie  (later Mrs. Frank Fossett) described the  event thusly:  "I remember very well when we first  landed in Sechelt. It was late in Nov; 1912,  -after_darlr^~awl_I^lm(Btrwalked-off~the_  wharf had it not been for my grandfather,  who grabbed me just in time. Coming from  a lovely Eastern.farm home to the Wild  West was not easy. Everything was very  strange and exciting and we were  frightened of the Indians and Orientals.  ������Continued next week  spectbrate No. 5, which extended from  Prince Rupert and the Charlottes down the  rural portions of the coast. Understandably the Inspector had time to  pay only one visit to the Sechelt school.  ATTENDANCE LOW  Miss Kent's class consisted of 11 boys  and 7 girls, a total of 18 pupils but the  average daily attendance was only 12.5.  The known 1912 students who survive  today can recollect between them the  names of some dozen classmates. The  Tmnkhouse after Mr  much larger store in 1905-6 on the site of  the present oil tank farm.  There is a beautiful oil painting of the  first school building and the first hotel,  executed by H.J. De Forest ih 1902. It  hangs in the Sechelt library as a gift from  the Whitaker family.  til-^he^ot-outside-thei^dropped-it-off^���teacheiLaenLoutJ^jBpfirtsjlajiArents  and ran all the way home.  "The surveyors had the room next to  hers at one time and would tie tin cans  together on a long string, dangle them out  the window andIf rigl^h7weryotte wlttrthe~  peculiar noise they made banging on the  building. Until she found out what it was  Those who travelled farthest were  Lawrence Molberg and two Morse boys,  who walked daily from Sargeant Bay to  the Sechelt school, travelling along the  beach-and crossing Wakefield Greek- on-a  log. They reached T.J. Cook's home  promptly at 25 to 9 and stopped to check  OFF SEASON SPECIAL  WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW FALL STOCK  ON RIGHT Grace Kent, first Sechelt  school teacher. Centre Ada Cook who  tagged for the school. On left Muriel  Denham, in charge of the Sechelt  Hotel dining room and pianist for  hotel dances. Photographed in1912 in  front of! a guest cottage behind the  home of T.J. Cook, school secretly.  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' r  The Garden Corner  A dry summer  By Guy Symonds  Because of the unusually dry year ������  including a sufnmer that as of the day of  writing has given us 27 days without rain  and hone in sight, this matter of compost  for the garden is increasingly important.  The water table must he dropping verjN  rapidly and it will take a great deal of rain  to bring it back up again. Then of course no  one knows that there will be all that much  precipitation in a comparatively short  space of time. So what we are saying is  ttjat the compost heap may be the one ,$ure  way of getting a decent garden next year,  with every drop of water vouchsafed to us  carefully-conserved^  So let's repeat Bernard Moore's recipe,  the one which as the "BC Gardener" he  gave in his CBC broadcast on a recent  Sunday morning. He says he lays down his  heap in alternating, layers of vegetable  matter, sand and peat moss, each layer  about six inches thick. To each layer of  vegetable matter he adds four ounces of  blood meal, to each layer of sand the same  amount of bone meal and to the peat moss  layer eight ounces, of garden lime.  The heap is about four feet square and  he keeps it in an enclosure of four foot wide  chicken wire lines with black .plastic to  retain the sun's heat. He favours two such  heaps, one lor the vegetable garden and  one for the flowers. He also advises  building the heaps in a sunny spot because  the warmth encourages the'vital process  of decomposition of the material. At the  some time it must be remembered that  water is necessary for the process and in  the absence of sufficient rainfall this must-  be supplied.  provided of course the seed is available on  this coast. "7  Another interesting and timely .article  deals with the care that should be taken  with house plants when the owner is going  on vacation. May be a bit late for this as  one of the recommendations is to cut out  all fertilizing tq reduce growth and so the  need for water.  Just before leaving, the repotting of  plants which might be potbound is advised  so there is more soil to hold on to the water.  Infactthe soil in all pots should be checked  to ensure it is pf the .texture which dr.ains  well but will still hold moisture. If additional soil is indicated, use equal parts of  sand or garden soil, and peat moss.  Reduced light while you are away will  discourage growth and so reduce water  needs and if the pots are of clay, arrange to  stand them in trays of wet sand or peat  moss to provide a reservoir of water. Be  sure the drainage holes are free and  covered with the wet medium so that the  moisture can be drawnup to the roofs.  If your house is very dry it is sometimes  a good idea to cover the plants with plastic  which reduces water loss. Plants however  that require bright light will suffer from  this treatment which can develop over  humid air.  If you elect to "plunge" your plants in a  shady place in the garden put some sand  under each pot to permit proper drainage.  One night add excellent as these  recommendations are, the best plan of all  is to get a friend or neighbor to drop in  occasionally and minister to your friends.  Itu is well however to put instructions  covering the watering of each plant in  writing ��� saves a lot of explaining and.  possibly apologies afterwards!  PageC-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 15,1979  CYCLAMEN  Fall and wlntor flowering plant that davalopi from  an underground tuber. Tho delicate heart-ihapod  loaves, mottled palor green, form a full shapely  rusette. Masses of nodding flowers aro produced  with one plant bearing up to 30 blooms In ono  soason. Cyclamen Is an excellent flowering plant  for cool locations, creating a picture of fragllo  beauty during the winter months.  TEMPERATURE: Average, minimum at night 50-55 degrees F. (10-30  degrees C.)  This week saw a generous batch of  cuttings from the writings of the garden -  experts in the Christian Science Monitor  and they were very kindly passed along by  a colleague. There are so many interesting  items that selection is difficult.  However on the basis of priorities one ofthe most valuable is about the use of buck:  wheat as a green manure in the vegetable  garden. As has been mentioned the writer  of this Corner has used fall rye all his  gardening life without question this has,  -always-done-a good-job.���Hie-cl^-  however that buck-grows and flowers so  quickly that three sowings a year are  possible, it grows well on poor soil and will  germinate in ground which has had no  moisture in weeks making it a very interesting experiment. It is also said to  react well with acid soils. Certainly fall  rye will do some of these things but by no  means all of them so the intention is to try  out some of the buckwheat this year,  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  1  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  All in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay  Phone 885-3157^88M88_2,   Secfielt PX): Box 1514  ���UNfflEiVCHUIlCH���:  9:30 a.m.���rSt. John's, Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  SHOCK SALE!  pay i"1 -  .  and gc*  ,   -.25%sav  SobW*  folks  iabriel  Adjustomatic Shocks are.  GUARANTEED AGAINST WEAR-OUT  AND BREAKAGE ���"  Free replacement as long  as you own tho car, ���   .  * Fully adjustable so you can customize  ride to the woight of your vehicle.  * Patented 'O' rlrig, prevents fade.  * Spring loaded valves  for longer life, better  shock absorbtlon.  *Sav�� wear and tear  on tires and on front  end parts.  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