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 F '���-*  -���-Tzartf.Y'  Provincial Environment Minister Rafe  Mair has turned down a Sunshine Coast  Regional District board request for a  public hearing on the question .of  justification for the Cheekye-Dunsmuir  500-ky transmission line.  A letter notifying the board of. the  decision used the words "not warranted.".  "After full consideration of the  demands for power and the alternative  ways of meeting that demand, I have  concluded that a public hearing is. not  warranted, and further that the earlier  decision by the Environment and Land  Use, Committee granting ap'provai-in-  principle for those portions of the route  extending from Cape Cockburn to Dun-  smuir will stand," Mair's letter on behalf  of ELUC said.  Mair indicated the next move is final  selection of a routing between Malaspina  substation and Cape Cockburn, the con  troversial and much-protested section that  Hydro now wants to cross Sakinaw Lake  and Agamemnon Channel.  The minister said earlier meetings with  B.C. Hydro, the ELUC secretariat, and.  Provincial Cabinet reviewed the question  of energy supply to the Island in October  1978 "and concluded that, not only was the  proposed transmission line justified, but  also it was the most appropriate option for  meeting the projected energy demand on  Vancouver Island in the near future."  He saidJbefote jiiaking the decision he  had reviewed technical and economic  factors and discussed these with Energy,  Mines and Petroleum Resources Minister  James Hewitt.  The letter urged the regional district to  "continue to work cooperatively with B.C.  Hydro" in finalizing the route selection  process to arrive at the most acceptable  alignment across the Sechelt Peninsula.  Natural  Hydro's preferred route  the Sechelt Peninsula portion of the line.  These studies currently are being done by  Beak tJonsultants-Ltd-of-Vancouver-and  are expected to be completed by September, 1979.  TbuTlrould^cause^less-impact^n^rivate-T-^���The-route-now-preferred-by-Hydro-is-  B.C. Hydro has selected a preferred  route for the Sechelt Peninsula portion of  the-planned Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmission lines to Vancouver Island.   _  The route would cross Sakinaw Lake  B.C. Hydro will begin further  hydrographic surveys in the Strait of  Georgia later this month as part of the  field investigations concerning possible  extension of natural gas service to Vancouver Island.  47 The surveys will supplement information already obtained on technically  feasible routes for an underwater pipeline  between the B.C. mainland and Vancouver  Island.  survey to start  The^suryey program will begin about  the end of June and take about five weeks  to complete. It will be carried out by  Dobrocky Seatech Ltd. of Victoria. The  program will be concentrated in the  waters north of Valdes Island, with some  work being done farther south in Stuart  and Trincomali channels and Saanich  Inlet.   '        Date will be gathered from a surface  vessel using a narrow-beam, high-  resolution depth sounder and side-scan  sonar to determine contours of the sea  floor. In addition, a small on-board  computer program will be used to help  assess the sea floor topography.,  Various other equipment on the vessel  will be used to establish depth and  boundaries of sediment and rock, and to  obtain samples to identify the bottom  materials.  A precision positioning' system and a  larger computer will be used so that data  can be gathered rapidly and reliably.  Project -assessment and preliminary  planning for the possible extension of  natural gas service to Vancouver Island is  being carried out under the "Guidelines  for Linear Development" of the Environment and Land Use Committee of the  provincial cabinet.  The survey program will have no adverse effects on the environment.  residential properties and recreational  potential than three other possible routes,  Hydro believes.  Hydro's decision has been communicated to the Sunshine Coast Regional  District and to the Secretariat of the  provincial cabinet's Environment and  Land Use Committee (ELUC), according  to a news release last week.  The Secretariat has indicated to Hydro  that ELUC will meet to discuss the matter  mi soon as possible after comments on the  decision, are received from the Regional  District* and from provincial government  similar to a previously considered route  which 'also crossed Sakinaw Lake.  However, the new route is intended to  reduce the visual impact of the line by  proceeding generally north, rather than  northwest, from the crossing and then  heading west behind a ridge.  Their., decision follows careful consideration of the various possibilities for  crossing the peninsula ��� each of which  would involve some adverse impacts ���  and takes into account the views and  concerns expressed at public meetings by  residents of the affected areas, Hydro  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (HoWe Sound to Jervis tnlet). including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthams Landing   Gibsons. Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Selmo Park   Sechelt. Halfmoon Bay   Sec ret Cove   Pender Hrb    Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvine s Landing. Earls Cpve. Egmont  2nd Class Mail    "  Registration No   1142  'dtneb  Phone'  885-3231  Union (���������ni^sTr^-f   Label  24 Pages ��� 20c Copy  AARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No. 29  *yme  M  L*CNA  Wednesday, July 4,1979  resource agencies.  Hydro stUUnust .receive approval in  principle of4he detailed environmental  studies before beginning construction on  states.  A  number pf   other  routes   were  examinedin earlier studies to determine if  7 ���SeePage A-7  ZVi tons of dogfish  The Sechelt Ratepayers' Association is  gearing up for the November village  election by striking a committee to search  for prospective aldermanic and mayoral  candidates.  Chairman ,of the committee former  mayor. Bon^Lahg told the Times the  candidates' eSrly notice of intent to run  will give the public "a chance to look them  over,^ '7;������','���" ��� ���  There is some concern among the  ratepayers of the present council's handling of business. The search for candidates is one of the steps the group can  take "If we don't think that things, are  being done the way they should be," Lang  '���said. ���''.  <y  "It's all very well to set about  criticizing.  "The ratepayers' association, has a  good function in the area^s/long as it  ,1 knowsithat it is talkingteoouk''     ��.,  ,:.;���   It i? not known whether Mayor Harold  ,,7$f elson or Aldermen Frode Jorgensen and  ll^Eprgan Thompson will run for re-election  hvMovember. ,  the purpose of the search is not to fill  council positions with association members, but to offer a number of candidates  with definite, priorities which the public  can accept or reject itfter some thought.  About 30 of the nearly 200 members  attended the meeting two weeks ago to  determine the group's own priorities.  Len Van Egmond was appointed  chairman of the Community Plan Committee.  "There werea number of things he felt  we should push for," Secretary Renee  ���SeePage A-7  , A slate-grey day and steady downpour  up until noon didn't deter a hundred  fishermen from going after and bringing  in 6,352 pounds of dogfish in ihe Gibsons,  Annual .World Championship Dogfish  Derby vnth weigh-in at the Governtt^ntj  Wharf Sunday up to 4 p.nv "Hs,   |  The SuperValu prize of CPAir.t^to ^  THawaiifor two was won by Terry D'eLong<  ^ibonVwfth hls-d&est^gtfess .of MBS**  ipounls for the total catch of the day.  A grinning Louie Eckstein of Port  Moody happily took the $1,000 cheque for  , biggest fish after hauling in one weighing  13 pounds, 12 ounces.  Crowds lined the dock and watched the  garbage cans full of the slippery critters  get weighed by a ftusy staff of officials  men tossed on board a waiting packer  boat. Onlookers to sample dogfish burgers  later on the Wharf in addition to an earlier  pancake breakfast, and later hot dogs,  drinks, a beer garden, and the happy  sounds of Lance Harrison and a Dixieland  Band.  Beachcombers TV star Bruno Gerussi  didn't ask for any dogfish to prepare on  Celebrity Cooks television series, but he  had the nautical look as he gave out more  prizes.  v Second prize of $300 went to Brian  Covernton of Roberts Creek with a fish of  ��� Sec Page A-7  "^'^.Wi  Conservationists to fight developer  The small cluster of environment-  conscious conservationists in tho  Sargeant's Bay Society is expected to be  lobbying strongly against rezoning at the  Settlement Plan Committee level as Art  Angell's    $6    million    commercial-  million Sargeant Bay  revealed  residential-marina development including  the 30 acres below Redrooffs Road was  referred back to Area B people after  presentation at the Regional board  meeting last week.  Angell surprised supporters of a  regional waterfront park in the area by  bringing out a plan for extensive  development of the parcel they want to see  In park and providing for only single  family dwellings and mobile home parcels  on his 20-acre parcel above Redrooffs.  y  w  t   .* j,  ^SmXmli  .,   '__\J. ���  ' &2_&*t_n!___.__j_.'��  " " "' *t     * ��_.  V^|'^"|^��3*r��*'4'',  iS'  Mmmitf^yh^wiWitmffiW  H**s%!!^^* WWN|lfr^^ ***��f'  ��*!\eS||0li^^j$*a^te1!^^  ��Wti$*&?-wm-^iW'#mM#^>?^_'��*).*x$*  l$n&dhf' VJKfl��Wt|iti,P|s:*lil^*'��!!��S!*:<��  COMPREHENSIVE      DEVELOPrVIEIMT  aA��iiA>iif:',;:7iAv " '. ' "���'"'''��.''c.'  Angell asked for immediate action  toward rezoning the lots above Redrooffs  bo they could get on with development  there which he estimated would take some  three years to get lots on the market.  But the high-density 73-unlt condominium, 100-boat marina, 76-boat  breakwater, commercial gas station and  grocery, club house and trout pond, with  limited public beach and parking in the  area the Society wants for a wildfowl  marsh and regional park, came as  somewhat of a surprise.  In his presentation to the board, Angell  said his proposal was a development "as  fine as you can get on the Coast" and that  it would add something not now in the  Peninsula area.  He said his plan would bo creating a  "picturesque spot" with a freshwater lako  for trout and birds and wildfowl If they  came In.  Though ho didn't know how agents of  tho now federal government would feci,  ho said ho had discussed tho breakwater-'  marina Idea with previous federal officials  and thoy were In favor because there la no  other sheltered moorage available between Vancouver ond Secret Cove.  "If the provincial government wants a  park-type thing, that's flno. But I've talked  to that government and they don't have the  funds to take this ovor," he told the board.  Tho proposal includes a walk-in trail  ��� frwn the developnienl Iwkrw Redrooffs to  the wildlife aroa above4bo road in lot 1623  Crown Land and tho Sechelt Provincial  Forest.  He indicated the Society's projected  regional. park would not benefit the  Peninsula as a whole as his project would  and that "our tax dollars have to come  from somewhere."  Regional planner Bill Lindsay said  what happens above the road in  development is related to what happens  below.  He pointed out Conservation Officer  Jamie Stephen wanted to visit lot 1623 and  study the wildlife potential.  Angell said federal fisheries officials  ���See Page A-7  Lockstead says  Mackenzie MLA Don Lockstead entered tho budget debate in the legislature  recently accusing Social Credit of a "very  cynical budget" from a "qynical  government that is patting Itself on the  back for giving back to B.C. residents a  small port of the huge tax Increases they  slapped on the peoplo In 1076,"  Ho said at that Umo they woro elected  on a platform of freezing taxes to alleviate  inflation and referred to a Vancouver  Express  article saying the  Socred  government could only offer the tax relief  ecause they collected too much money In  the first three years ot office.  Lockstead quoted from the article that  said In part "When thoy should have been  reducing  taxes or spending more to  ttw soaring education and medical cHre  coats, they were socking the money away  for an election bribe."  the MLA detailed the Increase as 100  per cent or more In ferry rates with a later  20 per cent reduction that "didn't help a  great deal", 100 to 300 per cent In ICBC  rates, 650 per cent In cxtonded-caro  hospital rates, 650 per cent in intermedia tc-enro hospital rutcs, and a 50  per cent Increase In Medicare premiums.  In repeating tlie cynical refcrenco, he  said he sow nothing In the budget that will  alloviote inflation or provide Jobs for tho  120,000 unemployed in tho province.  "In my riding of Mackenzie,"  IiOCkatead added, "tho Jobless rate Is  about 10.8 per cent but the real figure is  probably between 14 and 15 per cent.  "This Includes people looking for work  but not registered, people who have given  up looking for work, native Indian people  '���and'yfl(mgiieopter,*;',i' ���  He told the legislature that according to  the Canada Employment and Immigration  department 42 per cent of those seeking  employment In Mackenzie riding are  under 25 years of age. ���;y_:,.....:h.hx_  Page A-3  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 4,1979  Why Hydro wants green  light for Cheekye line  Don't be fooled by Hydro's present  sSuraicfetor  scenario.  mm  ��� sstlssllsst  tttmitmiimimmtUMi  ���llsUHHIIIHWlUillllll  ���jnusiiiisiniiiiiiiliiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimii  .^1  glut oPintormationna]  regarding the immediate need for the  Cheekye-Dunsmuir 500-kv transmission line across the Sechelt  Peninsula.  ' You see, according to people who  _have_been__watching developments  . closely, they have a reason to get jln a  'hurry.  It is this. The province's Environment and Land Use Secretariat  is undertaking a study of Vancouver  Island energy needs and we hear, by  rfter~heaiing=about===  revelations in ELUC's study and the  three-month period needed to. make  them complete, Hydro chairman  Robert Bonner just happened to have  lunch with the head, of Crown  Zellerbach, a major Island power  user. v  Suppose the CZ man said the  company was planning a big expansion at one of their mills.  Suppose Mr. Bonner is a hydro-  "electricity'"  WATCH  FOR  FALLING  ENGINES  oo  Naturalist's  corner .���  A COMPOSITION  As June fades, into July some of the  brightest of-the-wild-flowers-open-their���  faces to the summer sky. These are the  composites, a family of flowers which  include dandelions, sunflowers, arnicas,  "daisies,"asters;���thistles;���chicory���  fleabanes, hawskbeard, goldenrod and  many other familiar flowers.  The family of composites is the largest  family of plants in the world, some of  whose 20,000 species are found in every  type^ of_ habitat in every corner of the  world. They are believed to be among the  most evolved plants on earth as they have  achieved a social organization within their  flower-heads which results in highly efficient fertilization of the seed.  IWheiC we observe*- these -extremely~  READER'S RIGHT  electric man and the  the grapevine, they are coming out   arm of B.C. Hydro is at odds with the  with some startling revelations about   ''natural gas" arm of B.C. Hydro.  Thanks from Canada Day Committee  Hydro's needs forecast being off base.  ELUC needs time to get this date  together. They have asked for a three-  month moratorium on a final C-D line  decision so they can presentthe facts.  "ThesFfacts, presumably, wuTshow  that there is not such an urgent need  for hydro-electric power on the Island  as* Hydro suggests.  there are needs, yes, but they can  be met by alternative sources such as  the natural gas pipeline in conjunction with hydro-electric.  They can be met by burning wood  wastes and using booster turbines, in  gas ancT  They do not  have to be met, we submit, by the C-D  line.  Alberni MLA Bob Skelly has accused Hydro of "blackmail"  and  'terror tactics" in their threatening  warnings of power brown-outs and  long-term shortages on the Island.  The rationale of some observers.pf  combination wiQTnatural  some hydro-electric.  Suppose they are just looking for  needs to be met with the transmission  line and not looking at other ways to  meet the needs.  WouldiVtitappear that they could  use a "plan" by C^tolieipr^ustify1'  the C-D line?  Wouldn't it appear they are  myopicly, hydro-electricly. trying to  push it through?  Skelly says the line's cost has  escalated from $350 million in the  beginning to $615 million at present  and it has been estimated it could go  to $900 million by inflation before it's  Editor, The Times:  The Sechelt Canada Week Committee  would like to thank the following people  and companies for their generous, participation in celebrating, Canada's 112th  Birthday.  B7C: Ferries," Canada" FofestProductsr  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission,  Maurice Hemstreet, May Queen and  Attendants, Morgan's Men's Wear, Palm  ^Bierman likcTChas. Dickens  entertaining toward reform  Danes,   RCMP,   Rev.   John   Paetkau,  ~Sechelt~Red~and~White~Store, Roberts  Creek Lions Club, Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 140, Sechelt Pipe Band, Royal  Canadian   Legion   Ladies   Auxiliary  Branch 140, Shop Easy Meat Department,  -"Sunshine-Coast Regional District, The Pop  Shop, Tyee Airways, Village Restaurant,  Village of Sechelt, Weston, Bakeries  Limited, Coast News, Penmsula^Times^Me called disc-florets. A large percentage  Shopper Press. '   ^"UFthe composite have yellow florets as this  We would also like to thank all those   is the color most visible to a majority of  common, and often despisearplants tHT  complexity of their flowers often escapes  us: as the name composite suggests the  flower-head is composed of units. These  units are individual flowers (florets).'The  flower-head may contain hundreds of  individual florets, so that insect visitors  can easily pollinate a number of pistils  (the female, ovary containing structure),  arid immense quantities of seeds are  produced. The seed is well provided with  storage food, and*often bears a feathery  "pappus" (the parachute which we have  all seen carrying a dandelion seed).  Since the florets are 'so closely packed  together they have become modified into  slender tubes which encase the stamens  (the pollen bearing structures) and pistils. ���  In many of the composites the flower tube  has been split part way and flattened out  into a kind of strap. These are called ray-  florets and are often sterile and arranged  around the outside of the flower-head.  They act as bright banners to attract insects to the flower. The fertile inner florets  built. That's close to a billion bucks.  When you're thinking that big, we  don't expect you'd want to be proven  even a little bit wrong.  If the decision is made to go ahead  with the line before ELUC's study is  made public, their findings won't  mean a thing.  If Hydro waits, listens to ELUC,  then acta accordingly .they may have  this conspiracy is that Hydjcp;ypn% a ���to putiherCrD jine on-hold for a time.  C-D decision real soon before ELUC's Watch closely and you'll ,see big  report comes out to change the pic- industry, big crown corporation, and  ture of the energy-needs forecast. big government create power heeds  ������  One brought it down to a simple   for VI before ELUC spills the beans.  Editor, The Times:  Many thanks for the fine Bierman  cartoon in your June 20 issue.  A good many citizens of this area of  B.C. and Vancouver Island will be pleased  both entertained and reformed, Bierman  is doing both today for us. Let's have more  of this man's fine efforts. Perhaps,  someday, his cry for reform will reach the  dull ears of those hundred voters we  r  c~_-  hot ocWoved the high standard ol excellence In  and It awardtd thlt  Certificate of Achievement  " ,"'i��'Wiiy'��,' ' '. ;"'";���; ; -��� - '���'��� ~. ������; ---,-.;.'..:.,_ ,  /_���.'.M't.M'\  At.,  ;School thin ,!..;"   day of  )9.,".  ^WW!X  l\M,t\,  '���'WHM  Beaver help wanted apply  School District number 46  We know they are a big country  and our closest neighbors. We know  The Peninsula1^**^  I'ublMu'd Wednesdays nl Sechell  rm H.CYs .Sunshine Coast  by  ���    The Peninsula 'limes  lor WoKtprcK Publications Ltd.  al Sechell. B.C.  Box .110- Sechelt, H,(\  VON MO  Phone HH.S-.12.il  "Orncehmirsf 8:30 a.m.  In .Si),ill. Incs,-Sill,  Subscription Kates; (lu advance)  Local, $7 per year, Beyond :lf> miles, $H  IJ.'S.A., $10. Overseas $11,  Coin rihulnrv  Div, 7, Sechell Llcmenl.ir,y  KoIhti I'oxall  Vern lilcsbrcclu  Dennis tiray  Maurice Hcrmtrvct  |, Jennie Norton  Murrlc Kcrimnn   Utuce HobUuuu   (JuySynionds  Marion AImikit  I'i'BHy Connor  Doris lulwaidson  Mary link ley-Shannon  f  they are powerful. But, without  reflecting on their influence, did their  symbol, the mighty eagle, have to  crop up in such an obvious place?  And during' Canada Week? And  only a few days before Canada Day,  our country's birthday?  Yet there it was.... on certificates  given out at school Awards Day  ceremonies. And It was emblazoned  right up there on the top of the award  given for Citizenship.  Now we know the young people are  Justly proud of their achievements  a,nd should be recognized. We  congratulate them.  We can't do the same, however, for  a school system that has such a low  regard for tho meahtng of our own  national images that they pass out  thoso of the U.S.A. at such a formative time In a student's life.  Next time, we'd like to see  something Canadian.  Next time, we don't want to see  "Copyright, 1974", Hayes School  Publishing Co. Inc. Wllklnsburg,  Pennsylvania" certificates.  Tbiro'g got to be a nrnplo leaf or  ovenabeavee somewhere around the  school system and printing trades,  I/et's get them out of the mothballs  before our young people get the wrong  Idea.  to find that such a fine artist and shrewd  interpreter of the shifting political scene  was not permanently liquidated. The  prosecutors in Victoria tried hard to  muzzle this man. They have led us a long  way into a real police state. Biermah's  fate seemed just another step forward by  our local (B.C.) Gestapo.  To quote from the Vancouver Sun of  Oct. 29, 1977: "This man, our not-so-  honourable minister of human resources  (ed. note:, at. that, time^ill Vander Zajm),  is'a dangerous, self-righteous dictator.. .1'  This item appeared above another fine  Bierman cartoon depicting Vander Zalm  looking like a thoughtful gorilla, along  with MiniWac holding a bag of money; the  caption ��� "Come on, Bill think ��� I tor-,  pedoed the community action group, so  now it's your turn again.. ���.."������  Like Charles Dickens, whose novels  needed last election to  inhuman government.  rid B.C. of our  Sincerely  W.J. MacDonald  Madeira Park  people who helped us make Canada's  Birthday a success by attending the  festivities, marching in the parade, and  having fun.  Sechelt Canada Week Committee~      ^-.J,.Mmphy  F-.Kelway"  C.N. Stephens  L. Brown  L. Chapman  insects, as well as to human eyes.  A great variety of insects visit the  compound flower-heads, attracted by the  copius supply of pollen (from which bees  make "bee-bread" to feed "their larvae)  Comox council supports  Editor, The Times:  Re:   Proposed B;C.  Hydro Transmission line ��� Cheekye-Dunsmuir.  Following the Association of Vancouver  . Island Municipalities endorsation of the  B.C. Hydro proposal to bring additional  Ipower to Vancouver Island via the trans-  More support needed  plan  mitter line from Cheekye to Dunsmuir  the Council of the Town of Comox has  passed a resolution supporting the stand  taken by the Association,  The Couhcil are concerned that any  further delay in the project to supply  Vancouver Island, especially in the  Northern part, with additional power will  have serious consequences in the not too  distant future.  Yourstruly,  '���!',. s.        R.G.Kew  Administrator  Last week members of the Committee  for Vietnamese Refugees requested  community response and support for the  idea of bringing a refugee family to the  Sunshine Coast. Since that time, many  localresldents have given their support.  Pledges in excess of $2,500 have already  been received, and the committee sincerely thanks the respondents for their  generosity. Many individuals requested  more information about the sponsorship  program and the following report may  help to define the project more clearly:  Officials from the Federal Department  of Immigration have assured committee  members that the sponsored refugees will  be admitted over and above those Included  within the government's annual refugee  plan. Therefore this project will have a  direct Influence on how many refugees  Canada can accept, Basically, the  project's aim Is to provide the resettlement assistance needed to permit these  refugees, who would not otherwise bo  accepted, to como to Canada.  The Committee for Vietnamese  Refugees is in the process of becoming a  legal society so that all donated money will  be tax deductible, This sponsoring society  will then enter into a legal sponsorship  agreement with tho Canada Employment  and Immigration Commission, Tho society  will be expected to provide certain services to the refugee family for up to ono  year. These services include material  assistance (accommodation, food and  clothing), general orientation (greeting  the family, Initial reception, counselling  and settlement assistance) and moral  support. Tho federal government will take  care of medical assistance to tho refugees  while thoy aro travelling to this community, Job placement sorvlces, language  training, occupational training and  transportation loans.  Immigration officials have stated that  most refugees become self reliant and  financially Independent within four  months of their arrival In Canada. If thla  becomes the cose with the Vietnamese  family, the society will thon bo In a  - flntimMpoflitlOT group  of refugees. ....  Ung after tho legal commitment fof  support has expired, the refugees will  continue to need the friendship and moral  support of/ tho community in order to  successfully adapt to their new  surroundings and the totally different  culture. The sponsoring society will ensure  that this type of care is provided.  Immigration officials have stressed  that "refugees are people-in trouble and  making a commitment to help them is a  serious responsibility . . . and one that  should not be taken lightly." In the last  week it has become evident that many of  the citizens of the Sunshine Coast are  concerned and willing to help these people  find a safer, happier and more comfortable life.  More support is needed. Please fill out  and return the coupon below if you would  like to participate in this endeavor. The  financial requirements can be lessened if  material items are also donated (e.g.  clothes, furniture, food ��� what about any  extras from your garden?) If you feel you  are not able to donate financial or material  assistance, maybe you could consider  donating some time for orientation advice  and friendship to the refugees,  A futuro nows release will Indicate  when tho society has been formed and how  nnd when pledged money con bo forwarded, For more information phone  Susan Nichols, 085-9700.  Please return to P.O. Box 1100 Secholt B.C.  ...Through its services to patients, the  Canadian Cancer Society helps to soften  the impact of cancer for patients and their  families; through its public education  .programs, the Society disseminates  knowledge on the subject of cancer and  through research, treatment of cancer  patients is now improved. Support the  annual fund-raising campaign of the  Canadian Cancer Society.  and by the nectar; =   ~-So "next- time-you-ferosciously rip a  dandelion out of your garden take a look at  those amazing flower-heads!  The naturalist program at Porpoise  ���Bay is now in full swing with morning and  evening talks and walks. If you are  planning to bring a group into the park  contact me before and perhaps we can  arrange a special program for you:  This week's program:    .  W,ed^tfi^I*sf'njght to. catch the  Planetatron speaker, 9 p'.mr---"-   Fri. fithrwHie Hole Truth About  Woodpeckers" a talk at 8 p.m.  Sat. morning: Meet at the marsh on  Wharf Rd. across from Tyee Airways at 9  a.m. for a bird watch.  Sat. evening: Talk '.The Bottom Story,  A Slug's Eye View of the Forest Floor" 8  P��m��  Sun. morning: Walk "Sllmey Life of the  Mud and Rocks" a low tide walk for Kids  Only. 11 a.m.  Mon. evening talk "Night Life"  followed by a nocturnal walk through the  Creek Trail. 9 p.m. (bring a flashlight).  Tues. An excellent day to spend at  Skookumchuck! There is a low tide of .7 at  12:35 p.m. and a high tide of 15.5 at 8 p.m. I  will be leading a walk starting at the park  information sign on Egmont Rd. at 11 a.m.  Adults, children, and groups welcome.  Pack a lunch and come and explore the  low tide region with me. (Footwear with  good treads Is recommended).  Meet at the change house on the beach  for all events at Porpoise Bay.  Reflections  Talking teachers touch play  By Vern Giesbrecht  I pledge a single donation of |   I pledge  $2,00 a month for a year  $8.00 a month for a year  $10,00 a month for a year  $      o month for a year  I can donate  (o.g, clothes, food, accommodation,  moral support etc.)  i t i i i t i i  ,i i i i i  i  NAME .. ,���  'address'  PHONE  A local-sporting event that novorgets  into the sports pages is the annual touch  football clash between the staffs of  Elphinstone and Chatelech. The game is  traditionally hold during tho final week of  school, if the hard-working teachers have  enough energy left for nn hour of congenial  warfare against tholr arch-rivals.  Perhaps it's just as well that sport-  swrlters Ignore the annual matches,  because they'd soon run out of  superlatives in tholr attempt to record tho  tension in tho huddles, tho fierce blocking  at'the line, the labored breathing of tho  mostly out-of-shapo footballers as thoy run  "buttonhooks" and "fly" patterns, tho  arguments about offsldo and "threo  steamboats" and pass interference (no  referees are present), the splendid cat-'  chca and broken field runs,  Most teachers talk too much, so when  they got Into a gamo of football, It's hard  for thorn to shut up In tho huddlo, At times  tho simple act of tolling three or four  players to run pass patterns, one to snap  the ball and the others to block, becomes  difficult because not everyone agrees with  the quarterback's plan,  "1 was wide open last time," someone  announces.  "They'll never suspect tho Stotuo of  Liberty play," another player says.  -  -"Whit *bout ��� double reverse?"  "Tho guy covering mo has lead feet. I  could boat him with my legs tied, so I'll bo  open for sure."  By the time tlie quarterback has  considered all tlie options, conducted a  vote by show of hands and announced the  ploy, the opposing team is shouting  derisively, "Too long In the huddle."  But that's enough background; on to  the game itself.  This year's encounter was held Inst  Thursday on a neutral field, Roberts Creek  Elementary. Chatelech was hoping to  avenge Inst yeur's dofeut, a three touchdown to two verdict, but once again they  fell short,"this time five to four.  Chatelech relied mostly on brawn ���  MJnnos, Hawes, Murcon, Nichols ��� und  speed, notably Soochnoff, who caught  three touchdown passes from Mjanes.  Elphinstone, smaller but probably a bit  quicker, came out with a varied nttack  featuring rotating quarterbacks, Mot-  thews and Gray, the Irrepressible Mardoc-  Jones and a promising rooklo, Douglus,  who dazzled tho Chatelech crew with  several touchdowns and an Interception.  Just for tho record, Ferguson nnd  Sponco also scored for Elphinstone nnd  Pope scored tho longest touchtouch of tlto  day for Chatelech.  Unlike o year ago, when some players  from both sides Umpod off with injuries,  stho contest last wook produced only minor  bruises, to egos as well as bodies.  Chatelech Is already plotting for next  year's gamo. I hear that now touchers  run tho 40 In 4,4 and have groat hands.  Elphinstone's not worried, though,  because their superior bench contains men  of brawn, speed and gullo ��� ond some of  them can play football, too. . \  Wednesday, July 4,1979  The Peninsula Times  eA-3  prices effective July 2nd to 6th at your SuperValu store.  . Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  Wo resorvo tho right to limit quantities  chuck blade steak  picnic shoulder  L  lb.  detergent powder  B.C. early fresh dug  gov't inspected * gr. A boot * bonoloss  cross  *279  ib. Jtaii    ~  gov't inspected  * frozen utility grade  m)  $139  coraish game hens ��� *���  OvenFresh econo pak  bread  pack  %hlte or 80% whole wheat. .7 of 5  89  Canada no. 1 * B.C. grown  .. ib.l  gov't inspected * Wiltshire  skinless sausage n,  M  gov't Inspected * New Zealand  * previously frozen  sirloin  $939  ib. mmm  B.C. Salmon Derby  July 1 to September 379  a total of over $65,000.  will be won in gold and prizes  ��� $25,000.00���HIDDEN WEIGHT  ��� $10,000.00���LARGEST SALMON  ��� 1979 CHEVROLET BLAZER ��EL  (approx. value $13,000.00)  ��� AIR FARE FOR TWO WITH CPAIR  ��� AUSTRALIA (approx. value $1,712.00)  ��� JAPAN (approx. value $1,600.00)  and many more prizes to be won'.  10 fn2K $12 at y��ur SuPerVa|M stored  ��� \m forms *p i��- Fu|| do|o||B n( your Sup0(Valu alor()  gov't inspected S   ���  49  beef liver       ..,bXe  ���HHMMaMBMMSHSJBSHSJSHSHanM|HSJSjaa  gov't Inspected * previously frozen _____    ^__    _____ ___.  * New Zealand T^fcffll  strip loin steak ^^f *'  boneless ..... .......... Ib,     ^^ ���  gov't Inspected * shoulder butt     ^_ ^m   tffeffe  pork steak       $1 *���  bone In         ,.. Ib.   ������ I  OvenFresh blgfoot  donuts  Venice Bakery * Canadian  rye bread  24 ox. loaf    Mrs. Wlllman's  sweet buns  pkg of 8    Maxwell House  instant  coffee W9  10 oz. jar     %0 ���  B.C. grown * Canada no. 1  cherries  lb.  M  SuperValu  spaghetti  with tomato sauce, 398 ml ... f Of        ������������ ���  3 $100  ID  Montclalr  mineral water  750 ml bottle   m  Complete your 20-piece  set of fine porcelain  china, now, for only  IkOA 65      ANNABELLE  ^O^WtakOR loveuvce  Sale ends Sat, July 14,1979  Full details atyour SupeiValu  store  SuperValu * froxen concentrate  ���    ���  orange juice  12.5 fl.  ox. tin -4  PaeeA-4  The Peninsula Times  Halfmoon Bay happenings M'\  .'    <\  Thank you, Mrs. Davie! * - *  By Mary Tinkley-Shannon 885-9765  Sechelt notes  School's outl  by Peggy Connor 885-9347  But before it closed last Thursday the  major awards were presented to the  deserving students of Sechelt Elementary  School.  Principal Brian Butcher spoke to the  Grade^Sewns-whoTnovedinrtoChatelech  Junior Secondary School and thanked the  Grade Sixes for decorating the gym.  Ltfaen presented academic awards to  the different divisions starting with Grade  -FourerMr.~Holmes division top awards  going to Brett Christensen and Leah  Vanderbergr  Mr. Campbell's award students were  Hannah Anthonize and Andy Colbeck.  ;In Mr. Will Buhner's division it was  Julie Crucll and-Vicky Sallig who took  couver; Babs married now to Ernie Blunt,  after the death of her first husband Jeff  Griffiths: There are two sons, Wayne  Griffiths and Tim Blunt, and one daughter  who is now Mrs. Eddie Tack and the  motheirof. the Newcombe's three grandchildren, Dineeti, Eddie Shayne and Troy.  . All of these people were present at the  60th wedding anniversary gathering  planned  for  Tim  and Jane   at  tbe  -Polynesian-Room in Trader Vic's at the  Bayshore Inn on June 16. Jane felt like,  -royalty as her fine grandsons'dressed in  stylish grey suits- escorted her and Tim  into the dining area. A goregous anniversary cake was piped in and a  . beautiful huge card with the Dogwood on it -  On June 27, the' students of Halfmoon  Bay School and their parents surprised,  their teacher, Mrs. Miriam Davie, with a  party at the school. The whole theme of the  party was "Thank you, Mrs. Davie!". The  students each presented her with/a rose,  each saying their personal farewells to *  her, sometimes a little tearfully. They  thanked her for being such a super  teacher, for teaching them such good  lessons and for making their schooling  such fun. They told her how much they hpd .  enjoyed the time spent in her class and  they wished her happiness in the future.  Three of her former students, Sonja and;  Ken Sorensen and Margaret Connor, were;  also there to present, her with roses and  say goodbye,  ~"~ WBen~coffesTwas served, the cfiffdreh; ~  .waited QnJhe^iaieala^aerviM^deliciQus,-  awards.  Mr. Ian Nicols who took over in the  middle of the year in Grade Five hadthr^e  award students in his division: Rosemarie  Tyson, Tracy Leeman and Carol Weischin.  Mr. StuHercus' Grade Six awards went  to Andrea Rayment, Cindy Ingram, with  Mr. Ken Wolberg's division awards for,  Michael Poploski Lavonne Innes and-  Phillip Nelson.  Grade Seven, Mr. Rod Usee's award  students were David Foxall and Heather  jncMsjWL^���,  ���7  Mr. Jim Grey's Division One award  winners were Susan McKibbon and John .  Mosier.  Jim Grey was called upon to present  the athletic awards and he said that this  year Hie students were exceptionally fine  both in academics and athletics and it  involved a lot of students.  There were four major awards chosen  on a basis of not who was the best bufwho"  persevered the hardest, responded to  coaching, could take criticism and who  were all-round good sports,  signed by Premier Bill Bennett.  All this excitement proved a little too.  much for Jane. On the way home on the  ferry she couldn't get her breath.  However, the ferry crew took good care of  her and one of the crew's girls stayed right  with her, showing her great kindness.  After a few days in St. Mary's Hospital she  is now home and although tiring easily she ~  is feeling much better.  Jane wishes to express her thanks to  her neighbors for their kindnesses.  sandwiches and snacks. There was a  handsome cake decorated with a spray of  red roses and the message "Thank you  Mrs. Davie!" On behalf of parents and  friends, she was presented with a book gift  certificate.  Miriam Davie has been the teacher at  -the Halfmoon Bay school f or-the-pasteight-  AWARDS DAY  The following day, the Halfmoon Bay/  School' was the scene of yet another exciting occasion ��� awards day. Appropriately, it was Carol Leibel who has  been aerobic dancing and gymnastic instructress at the school, who presented the  sports awards, which went to Jolene  Malnarick and Gable Taylor, with Brian  Goodman winning the gymnastic award.  Evelyn Pallant presented Ferla Packer  with an awaird for the most promising  student in' arts and creativity. Erica  Renouf received the niusic award from.  Katherine Kelly and Christy Hawes was  awarded the prize for good citizenship by  Special Counsellor Nancy McLeod. Peggy  Connor presented the Academic Award7to..  Donna Nygard and awards to Tracy  Iflflksp-for most improvementJn--��ork.  and wet for the first two weeks of their  trip, but improved in the latter part, but  Fred reports he much prefers the  Canadian climate. They report that the  cost of living in England is very high. On  their outward flight, they experienced  considerable turbulence.  VISITORS  At ihe Ellis home' have been Art and  Eileen Kerr of White Rock. Art who is a  keen fisherman, always looks forward'to  some fishinfr trips with Alex, but mis time  the weather was too rough for his host's  small boat. However, John Holgate came  to the rescue with his bigger boat and took  them for a successful fishing trip.  , Elfrieda Ihmels of Vancouver is  spending the summer at the home of her  daughter,1 Heidi Goodman, and at the  Connors is Cliffs niece, Debbie den Ouden  withhusbandBert, from Winnipeg. Debbie  has visited Welcome Beach many times,  but it was Bert's first visit and he was  .most impressed with the Sunshine Coast.  Dorothy Greene, who tells us she plans  to leave Redrooffs shortly to settle on  Vancouver Island, will hold an open house  ted on Friday, July 6 from 2-5 p.m. to raise  money' for Greene Court. Everybody  welcome. .  TRAVELLERS ���   Mrs. Jean Gory, with her daughter  Margaret at the wheel, picked up her Aunt  Jean Bychuk at North Vancouver for a  chewn�� %Ln to Cvoress Hills, .Saskatchewan. They took in Fort McLeod, Fort  Steele, visited Greenwood and generally  saw many places of interest.  Clarence and IdaJNewcombe travelled  to Winfield to visit niece Dorothy and  Tom Bigg, with a stop at Penticton to see  Ida's brother Bill Thompson.  years and has won the love of her students  and the admiration and respect of their  parents. A born teacher, who is always in  complete control of her class, she^has the  great gift of making the process of learning an exciting and challenging adventure. She will be teaching at Cedar  Grove School next year.  ,  Heidi- Goodman who convened the  surprise party, wishes to thank all the  friends who supported it by their  presences and donations. Because of the  secrecy eiement=in organizmg-a"     "TT���  habits, to Dawn Goodman for being most  expressive in language and arts and to  Jarrett Malnarick for showing most improvement.  The afternoon wound up with coffee and  another superb cake, a gift to the children  from   Katherine   Kelly.   It   too   was  -deeorated-with-a-spFa>M)f-roses^an(i4he  party, there is always the chance that  somebody who would have like to participate is not invited. If this happened, she  extends her apologies.  The top junior girl in house games and  all-sports award went to Sonja Sorensen.  The top junior boy in athletics was Gerry_  Jyson. ���       The top female athlete in the seniors  went to a girl who took part in all the  sports, Debbie Midnight. The senior boy  award was earned by Quinn Kelly.  (Brians Butcher introduced^ D��5bWe7.  Midnight as the valedictorian picked by  the students and teachers and, by the"  applause, she was a popular choice. She  proved to be a good speaker with confidence and clarity.  Mr. Lizee addressed the Grade Seven  graduates. He told them they will no more  have teachers in school to push them to  learn^ndihat^friiigli suliool the onus wilf"  on the students to learn. This was  another stepping stone in their life, he  suggested, and said they should be thankful for what'they, have done or they  wouldn't be where they are now;  Mr. Grey in speaking to the graduating  class remembered how they had been in  their younger grades and said he had seen  them grow from youngsters to teens,  adding they are a fine group of students.  .the filial award, the Achievement  award to. the two top students, Went to  Susan McKibbon for the girls and the top  boy was Trever Blair.  PRIMARY AWARDS  ; Earlier the same day the. primary  awards were given.out for Mrs. Cawsey  and Miss Gates division ten, Grades two,  three and four with the Academic Awards  going to Stephanie Ends, Tanya Tymcbuk,  Olga Smith, Greg Esslemont, Tammy  McRann, Brian Evans, Simon BlQckweil,  and Aaron MacKenzie.  Citizenship award went to Stacey Kirk'  bridge, Kenny Sorensen and Simon Black*  well.' : '''..���'������       ' '  Most Improvement {In Academics  awards went to Tamara Haugon and Bar!  Hlgginson.  SIXTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY  Tim and Jane Newcombe were married  June 18,1919 in one of the smallest cities in  Wales called St. Asath, In the large marble  cathedral where the Canadian Army used  to go for services.  Jane was bom in Prestatyn, Wales, and  Tim, first, saw the light of day in Nanaimo  where his American parents were living,  his Dad from West Virginia and his mother  from the State of Washington.  Tim and Jane came over on the S.A.  Melita in 1919 to Canada moving up to  Hotham Sound in 1023. The next 26 years  were spent up and down the Sechelt  Peninsula area as Tim worked as a cat  logger, then with a donkey, ending up  handlogging. In 1949 they settled, in Porpoise Bay moving later to their present  home In Sechelt,  Their only daughter lives near Van-  TERRY   AYLWIN  -NESDAY-  SERVICE   WED-  Terry Aylwin was born in Burlington,  Ontario on January 22,1903, and came to  the-West Coast in the late forties. He  married ThelmaChamberlin in 1950.  They moved to Wilson Creek in 1954 to  join with Ann and Ted Kurluk in the  plumbing and electrical business, later  branching out on his bown in the electrical,  ''part.,JJ"������j,: -^���j-" '������'<���:��� -   -'������ -" -���**���<*��-'  Terry died last Wednesday, June 27, at  St. Mary's Hospital and a memorial  service will be held at the Chapel in  Gibsons at 1 p.m. Wednesday, July 4.  He leaves, besides his wife Thelma who  is in the Extended Care Unit at St. Mary's  Hospital, one sister Ethel Irvine:"and two  jiephew^^n. Pitt Meadows.  BILL FLEfCHER~i88��fl^  . A fine gentleman who live  years in this area, reached a ripe old age  in good health, up to the last few months  . before he died June 25.  He was born in Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan in 1886, and the family moved to  Gibsons in 1888 where his father preempted land, then in later years Bill preempted land for himself,  He married Florence Gertrude Smith  who was working lit RobertsCreek in 1912  and they had six children. One son died at  five years of. age, daughter Rita McLeod  now lives in Nanaimo, Allen is in North  Dakota, Ray in Gibsons and Bert in Wilson  Creek. Mrs. Fletcher died In 1957.  Bill moved to Wilson Creek in 1936  working as a logger for Burns and Jackson  and then for years with Jackson Bros,  Back in 1912 Bill and Al Jackson rah a  store, post off ice and library on the corner  of Pratt Road and Highway 101. He was a  slight man yet he was an; excellent filer  and one of his main jobs for years was  sharpening the great "Swede saws" used  in early logging.  He also was a teamster when it had the  real meaning ��� a man who looked after  the horses that hauled the logs out of the  -bush.,  His first gun was bought with the  money he earned by shooting grouse with  a slingshot and selling them in Vancouver.  One brother Phil lives in Gibsons,  another, Frank, is on Bowen Island. There  are four sisters elsewhere in B.C.  A private cremation waa held.  MRS. HARRY SAWYER  Ullian Sawyer was another old timer in  this area, living in the early lpOQ's In  Halfmoon Bay. She also passed away this  past week in Lion's Gate Hospital. Harry  and LU are a well known cpuple whose  hoiho la in West Sechelt.  TOP CRIBBAGE HAND '  Jimmy Brackett, age 12, playing with  , ppspsw wmjp^mi^fm ,'m^^m9mm mm- mfm^ VfflWw 'MJWOieWinsfQwW^Br sjrtsr p>V%riRil ��� mm  29 hand, stack of hearts, three fives and the  five of hearts on the turn up.  Congratulations, Jimmy,  .'>*.������*  ��        ��>.    #'*7   *  f '       l<  fc>* i s    i'   '  *   *  .*,,,#% *7*��  R  y  . it*  ''GOODBYE AND good luck", the  cake says as Miriam Davie says  farewell to Halfmoon Bay Elementary at Awards Dtiy Thursday. But  she won't be far away as she says  hello to Cedar Grove Elementary,  Gibsons, next term.  message said "Goodbye and Good Luck,  Mrs. Davie!"  COUNTRY FAIR  Preparations are well in hand for the  Country Fair which will be held on  Saturday, July 14 at the Halfmoon Bay  School grounds with opening ceremonies  . set for 12 noon. All kinds of attractions are  planned, including junior sports, a  volleyball tournament, disco dancing,  bingo and free ice cream for the children.  And, for the "not-so^Mpg^se^ho^ouM-r  ;e^o^itHn-the_sliade and~watch~,~ there  will be sun umbrellas and a tarp. The  refreshment stall will serve hot dogs,  doughnuts, tea, coffee and soft drinks.  Contributions will be gratefully  received for the white elephant, book and  used toy stalls and Alex Ellis would appreciate donations of plants or garden  produce for the Farmers' Market.  Donations for the grocery hamper to be  raffled can be left with Maria Mahar at the  B&J Store and Geri Smith and Mary  Murray would appreciate cakes, pies,  id-and-cookies4oi^thei^4iGme-bak4ng-  "stall. For information or pick-up, phone  the convenor, Donna Perry at 885-3742 or  Ruth Forrester or Grace Rutherford.  Raffle tickets, 50 cents each or three for $1  are available at the post office, at the  B&J Store or watch for the sales stall in  the Trail Bay Mall.  DAY CRUISE >-        *  The day <ruise planned by the Welcome >  _ Beach Community Association ior July-22  is now fully booked. The airrangemehts7  will depend very much on the weather, but  if it is a fine day, it' may be possible to  make a stop for lunch and given an opportunity for art hour's fishing in the five  small launches carried by the Norsal, so  fishing enthusiasts are advised to bring  along their fishing rods.  RETUflNINCr^^  Frances Urqiihart and her two sisters,  Jocelyn Poster and Georgia Rtekson are  home after a 12-day trip to Edmonton,  where they visited Jocelyn's two sons and  made, the acquaintance of her new  grandson Maxie, born to her son Ken  Foster and his wife Sharon. Frances who  lived ih Edmonton many years ago was  agreeably surprised.to discover what a  nice dean city it now is and how broad the  steets are. Some things haven't changed  though,, for/until they experienced a  terrific thunder storm, she had forgotten  how bad Edmonton's electric storms could  be; Driving out to a shopping mall one day,  they were held up by a cavalcade of about  .200 motorcyclists, surrounded by a large  escort of police. They were told that the  bike riders had organized the drive, as a  protest against the new regulations  making the wearing of helmets compulsory.  Jocelyn did the driving and they  stopped overnight at Jasper on the way  north and at Banff on the way south. The.  weather was ^generally pleasant for  driving but on the homeward journey, they  struck temperatures of 104 degrees In tbe  shade at Kamloops and it was still Uncomfortably h&t at Hope. It was a particularly enjoyable trip for the three  sisters,    .  Also home are Fred and Elsie Julian  from a month-long trip to England. They  spent most of their time in their home  county of Yorkshire, visiting Elsie's  brother and hla family in York and Fred's  brother near Mlddlwborough. It was cold  SWEET AND A bit proud, Academic, is surrounded by classmates and  Achievement award winner at Peggy Connor who presented the  Halfmoon Bay School Donna Nygard   award.  mmmmm%mmmWmmwmjmm0m0mWmmmmm0mmm*^^  m  74e4e Wiethe  teatVafe^ owt lived  JO  FRIDAY, JULY 13th  Roberts Creek Ladies Soft Ball Team vs  Beachcombers, Elementary School Field.  Teen Dance, Roberts Creek Hall, Disco.  mmnjmim^*--   Higgyledy Piggledy Parade, forming at  Community Hall  SOAP BOX DERBY  Crafts Fair, kids' games, food, dunk tank,  teas, greased pole, hayride, canoe race, more  food, raffle, horseback riding,, music, street  Ihreatre, swimming race, bdckgammon,  clowns, great food, and more .. .  Golf Match, Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club.  Adults' Dance. Roberts Creek Hall, featuring  Rainbow Riders.  SUNDAY, JULY 15th  Daze end clean up with food, music and  good company *  MORE DETAILS LATER!!  JULY 13th-15th  mm  ASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRWVENS  2-year guaranty on all part�� Q, labor  5-year warranty oh the,dryer drum  10'veor guairanfteon 'Wttihvrtrafiiihlrtloh  Lifetime guarantee on ttdlnleu steel  washer tub    >  Wfi SERVICE WHAT WE SILI  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  ��� -~ -^^imVmr;  ���; ~  ��� rf'i^fcjw��*^*4*i��e*tfS*'1   ���  mmmm  m  wmm_mmm  ���  Jk  The nicest  kind there b.  Imported white magic at that:  light,clear, refreshing white wine...  Magic Flute comes in the litre bottle,  ready Jot somewhite magic of the  nicest Kind.  i. 4  The Creek runoff  Creek School's out!  By Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  there definitely a festive air about  the last day of school���the popcorn in the  hallways and the coloured icing on the  faces of the new "alumni" were testimony _  to that last Thursday at Roberts Creek  Elementary. Of* course, there was no  question of schoolwork so it was clean-up,  movies and the awards ceremony on the  day's agenda.  The presentation of awards was quick,  simple and well-organized despite the  lengthy; list of recipients and the students  and smattering of adults were properly  attentive and enthusiastic in their applause. ' - _  _ Certificates were presented to the  participants in the gymnastics program  and the members of the soccer teams,  volleyball teams, basketball teams, and  . tlw track and field team, AU had done well,  in representing the school this year, and  Ron Bunting announced that of the schools  awards to the students in his or her class.  Certificates were presented, for Conduct  and Citizenship,. Art, and Attendance.  Books, were presented for Outstanding  "Achievement and Most Improvement by a  student. Special awards were presented to  Sharon Hilchie for Library, Tommy Gibb  for Most Improvement in Learning  Assistance, and Heidi Brongers for Art.  { Ernie Fossett was present,  . representing the Roberts Creek Legion  . Branch 219, to make their annual  presentation of a book to. the school  library. This was in addition to their  donations of a Canadian flag for each  classroom and miniature "flag" lapel pins  to each student to commemorate Canada  Week.  Mr. Bob Wetmore, the principal of  ^Roberts Creek Elementety,^nientiwedjtoe  financial contributions and support given  the school by the Roberts Creek Volunteer  =from^utroHowmBHhe4to^  was Kim Almond.  Then it was back to the classrooms for  perhaps the only black spot of the day ���'  reports cards. There were a few looks of ���  consternation but for the most part it was  delight and anticipation of nine weeks of  freedom and sunshine.  AU REVpm,,NOT GOODBYE  Jamie Davidson's Grade one class and  their parents gave him a "surprise" going-  away party at the beach last Wednesday.  .They presented him with a Roberts Creek  _T-shirt signed by each student, along with-  best wishes for his year's leave of absence.  Jamie is a familiar face around the Creek  as he was the learning assistance teacher  at' the school ~ for- three years before  tackling the Grade Ones two vears aeo.  IT'S OFFICIAL!  ��� The banner proclaiming Roberts Creek  Daze on July 13 and 14 went up on the highway at the top of Hall Road last Thursday.  It's bold and bright ��� guaranteed to catch  the eye of the hapless tourist just off the  ferry, and looking for a good time.  How are the entries for the parade  coming along? Cheryl Ann Park Road has  one all lined up ��� Metcalfe Road are still  -Tacking Uieir brainsbut they're~bound~to~  come up with something. How about the  Henderson Beach bumsXi>ure_ly_you_can.  and Field Championships at Richmond,  Roberts Creek had7'placed sixth. Participants in the "100 Kilometer. Club" were  presented with "Run for Fun" iron-on  transfers and those who ran 220 kilometers  in six months received pins. '  David MacLeod and Debra Lehman  Legion, the Elphinstone Recreation  Group, the Ways and Means Committee of  the Community Association, and the  Parents Auxiliary.  Representing the school board, Mr.  Don Douglas presented Mrs. Lillian  Flumerf elt with a corsage in appreciation  receive^ffie-trolJnle^-fcr^  pufalTthat time sitting in the sun to good  use!  We're hearing some pretty big" fish  stores these days ��� tales of 22-lb. salmon  caught just off White Island. But we won't  believe it until we see it ��� donated to the  Daze salmon barbecue. If you're limiting  out, share the wealth ��� phone Terri  standing individual athletes of the year  And Tom Campbell, coach of the Roberts  Creek Legion Soccer Team, was on hand  for the presentation of the' runner-up  trophy for the Sunshine Coast  Soccer League Play-offs.  -   Each teacher presented the academic  Junior  years as head of the ladies' bingo group.  And it was mentioned that this year the  Parents Auxiliary instituted a $100 bursary for post-secondary education to be  presented annually to an Elphinstone  student who attended Roberts Creek  Elementary and that the first recipient  Hanson.  Now that the ladies softball team have  finished their season they can concentrate  on "priming" and "primping" themselves  for the big game against the cast and crew  of "The Beachcombers". This was one of  the highlights of last year's Daze and the  participants and spectators alike  are  PROBLEMS WITH BOAT MOVING?  We're fully insured  & licensed  WINDERS  FISH BOATS  PLEASURE CRAFTS  SITHaddock Boat Moving  days: 883-2722  Pender Harbour  Eves: 883-2682  I     I     .    M    'III       i Istl ,  looking forward to the rematch. It's all set  for the evening of Friday, July 13, and it's  definitely not to be missed.  CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN  Of course we want to look our best for  Roberts Creek Daze and both the site at  the mouth of the Creek and the area  around the Hall need a sprucing-up. It  shouldn't require too much work ��� the  major clearing was done last year ��� but a  good crew of workers are needed. Bring  your rakes, clippers, and machetes down  to the Wharf this Sunday at noon, and to  the Hall next Wednesday, July 11, at 7 p.m:  Please?!!  HALL RENTAL  Ron McSavaney has handled the rental  ���of4he-Roberte-���reek-C(Hnmunity-Hall-for"  as long as anybody can remember. Now  he's stepping down and Jim Ironside and   .  Bill Grose are taking over the responsibility. So if you want to book the Hall for  -,. your wedding, dance, tea, bazaar, bingo,  .  u-4 or .whatever,.phone. Jim.at 885-9286.   - \  The Sunshine Coast Homemaker  Service held a dinner June 15 at the  Sechelt Senior Citizens Hall in honor of the  Homemakers and to say "thank-yon" to  them for their work in the community:  Thirty-seven Homemakers, five office  staff and three guests'were in attendance..  The Homemaker Service operates  under _ the���Long?Term Care Program  funded through the" Ministry of Health.  This service is continuing to provide care  to 170 clients in our community. The objectives of Long-'ferm Care and the  Homemaker are: 1) to enable our senior  citizens to remain at home where they  enhance and enrich our community with  their history; 2) provide care in the home  to those of any age suffering a chronic  illness and 3) provide short term care to  Weather  Lo.    Hi. Prec.  -June 237: .t.t: rrrrrr..;. ,io;o~ its ~~ftil~  June24 .9.5    21.0     nfl  -June-25^^ _^__ _^___^. 12.0���22.0- _jrii-  June26 13.0    23.5     nil  June27 12.0   21.5     nil  June28 12.0    22.5     nil  June29...' 12.5    17.0    0.54  Week's rainfall���0.54 cm. June to date'  ��� 3.37 cm. 1979 to date 48.22 cm,  June 23-29,1978 ��� 0.05 cm." June 1-29,  _1978-���3.53T-Januaiy^toTlune-29;-1978���  66.67 cm.  Rain ��� June 1979 3.77 cm.; June 1978  3.56 cm. 18-year average June 4.52 cm.  Driest June was 1967.  Daytime high temp. 1979 24 degrees;  1978 27 degrees.  Overnight low temp. 1979 eight  jdegEees;_1978_eight_degrees.   families in need through sudden illness.   Our staff totals 60 Homemakers and we  The fee for service varies, with most   are able to provide additional' service  old age pensioners receiving no' charge,   should anyone wish to call us at 885-5144.  _mit__.i<: ?..' ~   -  ���* ** - *��� 7  ���  WedttesiaayrJiny^n^y"  The Peninsula Times  ^  ageA-5  0  $5000.00  90 or 120 day  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Tel: 885-3255  eopk  'Come  IGA SPECIALS & VALUES  TABLERITE MtATS  Can. Gr. A Boneless Whole Cut  ROUND STEAK ib*229  Pork Side  SPARE RIBS  Small size....  lb.  Schneider* Skinless  WIENERS  Reg & All Beef 7 .; ..... ,.lb.  Kent Sliced  SIDE BACON  .VjBc..Pae^  -,, ,.|b.  Pure Pork Sausage or Blend of Pork & Beef  Breakfast Sausage  69  49  f   * ,* .*..*..?.��, .!..��.. ��� ;,f.,M.,. .* ..   * .���.,! ,f���  Ib.  PRODUCE  Hot House Long English  CUCUMBERS  b.c;  cherries.......  Local  CABBAGE  ..ib.1  ;...ibsi  Pacific Evaporated  MILK Tail's  GROCERY  Kal Kan  CAT FOOD  6 ox.  2/89'  4/sjoo  Libby's Unsweetened  GRAPEFRUIT  or.  Libby's Fancy  TOMATO JUICE  6 - 6 oz.  KOOLAID  Reg.  KOOLAID  69  Cannister  Nabob. 3oz.  JELLY POWDERS 4/$l0ft  Peak Frean  BISCUITS  7oz.  FROZEN FOOD  Niagara  ORANGE JUICE ii.*., ��m.  K.llogg'.  EGGO WAFFLES ,7x  /McCains  MINI PIZZAS s ,  Kraft  MAYONNAISE  500 ml. ..  SALAD DRESSING    75c  $149  I   .     (    . .  Sunlight 24oz.  LIQUID DETERGENT 89'  |GA Pure  VEGETABLE OIL  Parkay  MAKuARINlL 3 ibs.  $i89  >m6 to  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park��883-9100  \  "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TQ LIMIT QUANTITIES"  Prices effective July 4-7  #-***_ v^p,^ ^afcrtHmi)" 1*1  ">  ^ >  >  Gibsons glimpses  Aero Club fly-in  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  Lockstead still fights  line  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 4,1979  -i  The Elphinstone Aero Club is hosting  the Land-Sea-Air Convention on July 7 at  the Wilson Creek Airport, starting at noon.  The Sea Cavalcade Queen contestants will  be doing some of the hostessing at this fly-  in. Social convenor Sharon Gurney tells us  that there will be adult and children activities such as tug-o-war, obstacle  courses, -Tore-O-Ramics, Crown and  Anchor and ? Also on the agenda is a  salmon barbecue 6-8 p.m. and a dance at 9  p.m. Music for the dajcing will be supplied  by the Penn Kings. So come along and  -4iaw-a-gpod4ime,-see_y0u_there! r  LADIED SOFTBALL   The Cedars Ladies softball team won  of B.C. dental examinations and now will  be able to practice in this province.  Congratulations Janet!  CAVALCADE MEET  . There, was yet another Sea Cavalcade  meeting held in the Kin Hut June 27 and  convenor Jim Stobie is still in dire need of  more MANPOWER! The program is set  up and with a little extra help every event  would run just that much more smoothly,  so if you have some spare time to devote to  the committee Sea Cavalcade weekend, do  give Jim a call at 886-7748.  TwronsG���y *~     * ;���  Specified Area funding for recreation  an.dojtoej^^lrjdfa^ties^was^xplamed"  the Wtfof season" tournament played=at~-g^^; tSTarea (F) can individually or  Hackett Park last weekend. They won four  straight games and were tied with the  Roberts Creek team when Lee McClymont  slid into home-plate for the winning nin.  Congratulations Cedars! }  . .RAFFLE-  i$���^ckets��re^ow^n^ale^or-ahand--knit  "Cowichan sweater to be raffled by the  Ladies Auxiliary Branch 109 and drawn at  their bazaar Dec. 1. Tickets can be obtained from auxiliary members or  ^Branch.  MAVA'S SHOWER  - A miscellaneous bridal shower was  held at the home of Agnes Johnson June 20  in honour of Mava Schneider. This was a  "mixed" shower attended by wives and  husbands and husband-to-be, Harold, was  also present. The hostess presented Mava  with a lovely corsage cl red roses, a  boutonniere for Harold and also a corsage  for Verda, mother-of-the-bride. Games  were played after which delicious refreshments were served. The special cake was  decorated with a bridal doll, holding her  bouquet and the veil and skirt were  craftily done in icing sugar.  STRETCH TO TEACH SPORTS  Craig Chamberlin, son of Ray and  Vivian Chamberlin of Hopkins Landing,  who graduated from University of B.C.  this spring has been offered a teaching  jointly support projects with other areas  e.g. Area E (west of Gibsons) and Gibsons  Village. All) proposals would go to public  meetings and Referendum before any  action is taken.  PLANE BUZZ    :.  "ManjHpeople were wondering why  there were two planes flying around and  narrowly missing a boat in the Bay area,  last Wednesday and Thursday. Well, the  Beachcomber crew ahd cast were filming  an espisode called "Sky Hook" in which an  aeroplane was being stolen by young  Dionne (new member of the cast) and the  boat used to be^'dived at^belonged to Ken-  Crosby. This promises to be one of the  better and exciting episodes to be seen this  fall.  CO-OP OPEN HOUSE  The Co-op store will be having "Open  House" on Friday, July 6 from 4-9 p.m.  with coffee and goodies for refreshment  and the current directors will be available  to the public to answer any questions  pertaining to the Co-operative Association.  SHOP FASCINATES  Friday, June 29 was the Grand Opening  of the Granny's Treasures Shop in the  lower village. It's above the NDP book  store. We met TJ, that's Mrs. Puckett,  He didn't go into his familiar annual  speech about B.C. Hydro sufficing to say  that everyone in the legislature is aware  Hydro is out of control, but MLA Don  Lockstead did ask again in the recent  budget debate for a two-year moratorium  and public inquiry into the proposed 500-kv  line across the Sechelt Peninsula.  "We'd like to see a public inquiry into  the whole thing because we question  Hydro's figures.  "We question the projections (for  Vancouver Island, future energy needs)  which were given us by Hydro, as they are  at variance with the figures given to us by  the B.C. Energy Commission.  "I think that while the moratorium is in  place we should be looking at energy  alternatives such as the use of waste  woods, ... the use of thermal coal, but,  more importantly, the possibility of  consffucting a naturaTgas line from the  ulterior ofJB.Cy gpross thejGeqrgia Strait  =over to Vancouver Island which would be -a==  very viable alternative to the.proposed  transmission line."  Lockstead said they.did not wish to  . deny residents of the Island their much-  needed energy needs for the future but  questioned why a BCEC-compiled natural  gas line study forwarded to the government "about two or three months ago" had  not been made public.  "What has the government got to hide?  I've asked him for it. Why should we hide  the contents of that study from the people  of Vancouver Island or the Sunshine  Coast? Are they recommending a southern  route for that pipeline? A northern route?  _lSLlhe_pip^lmeJeasible-at_aM!LtiLe_MLA_  asked.  He said the B.C. Hydro study of the  case thought the pipeline is feasible, and it  may be a viable alternative to that 500-  kilovolt transmission line.  COASTAL TRRANSPORTATION  NEVER WORSE  Changing topics, Lockstead told the  legislature that in some areas of the  central and' north coast of B.C. the  "transportation has never been worse."  He dealt with spiralling costs of  delivering goods to the communities and  said "no clear transportation policy has  come out of the government in the last  three-and-a-half to four years."  that couldn't be implemented."-  Lockstead asked Transportation  Minister Alex Fraser to send a memo  down through toe ministry authorizing use  of Sunshine Coast resident commuter  cards on the ferry between Powell River  arid Comox. -""-:  "Sent it tomorrow, write me. back and  say you've done it, and I'll give you full  credit for it up in my riding. It would be  much appeciated and it would be good  politics on your part as well," Lockstead  said.  offers you the  finest cuisine  with a  spectacular setting.  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Proprietress, a very channmgJacte--It!s-a Zew>mg-in-on-B^rFerriesrhe.i  .rAAAtiuiliisKf-^ikkiMri ffiflfn a trtxw*-.? **nl/1 stl*a*��m"        **rav%+_t__A +/t rt___A- trt  *{ttnA /\i�� 4-ttt��aA nr/v  pbafiblTartiie Univereiry~oTTle^ina7~tes<anating^op-with a very "old charm'  Physical Education Dept. Craig will also  operate the Inter-mural sports program  and coach a volleyball team.  Congratulations "Stretch"!  BLAND BABY  Congratulations to Dr. and Mary Bland  on the arrival of their new baby girl!  QUEENS GO FISHING  ���Sea���Cavalcade Queen -Melanie  Mahlman and her chaperone M. Alsager  enjoyed a delightful weekend at the Miss  Richmond Pageant and Ball and saw Miss  Steveston Lions candidate, Virginia Dean,  crowned. The following morning our hosts  took all the visitory royalty, and they  came from as far as Prince George and  Quesnel-as-well-as the Lower Mainland  and Howe Sound, fishing for salmon on an  86-foot seine boat. It was a unique .experience for everybody and a good time  too.  HUSBY SHOWER  A miscellaneous shower was held for  Linda Husby at the home of Helen  Weinhandle last Monday evening. We  were sorry to hear that Linda and Dave  lost their home and contents by fire  recently. Linda received many lovely and  useful gifts for their new home which is at  Davidson Creek, Queen Charlotte City.  CAN PRACTICE  Janet Webb who received her degree in  Dentistry, at the Briston University,  England, has recently passed the Province  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  warmth. The quilted tea, cozys, place  mats, pot holders, plus interesting  ceramics and many other unusual items  were tempting to the purchaser. TJ cut a  beautifully decorated cake with good  wishes for the "opening", tea and coffee  and yummy sandwiches were served.  .SURPRISE PARTY  A few of her old-time and new friends  had the pleasure" of ~ surprisihg~Jean ~  D'Aoust at a housewarming party Wednesday evening at her new home, a double  wide trailer which is" snugly located at  Creekside Estates just directly behind  their old home. Jean received lovely  hanging basket and the ladies provided  refreshments and everyone enjoyed a  pleasant evening of reminscing and good  fun.  SCHOOL'S OUT  The school doors are now officially  closed, the report cards and the awards  have all been presented. At the Gibsons  Elementary School the teachers stressed  good citizenship and kindness and consideration to each other. General  behaviour and attitude seemed to account  as much as their scholastic abilities.  One mother was of the opinion that the  teachers deserved similar awards!  ������*   Congratulations and good luck to all the  Elphie grads.  Glad to see Kay Moore out Of hospital  and up and around again.  SOUND  Sunnyciosl Contro  Gibsons  886-9111  LW   TW  I      1  S  2  7  3  e  10  4,  6  2  3  4  5  6  7  0  9  12 10  .5    II  9'   12  10 13  11 14  19 13  13 16  21 17  14 IB  22 19  24 20  17 21  16    22  20 23  2B 24  30 23  27 26  29    27  23 28  7 .29  ,26    30  Hot Stuff .7 ,7, .7;"; .7.". 7,. y 77 7. .7..".'. .7.7  Shako Your Body   Ain't Lov�� a Bitch ,.., h  Lov* You Inild* Out   Reunited ...,', ,   Happlnan      Logical Song   Knock On Wood UE   Blow Away ,,,.  Lov�� Tok���� Tim* ���   W�� Ar�� Family     <,.?,'   H��art of Olaii       Shin* A Llttla Lov*   Goodnight Tonight,,,   RhumbaGIrl   In Th�� Navy    OoodTlmln'   Bang A Gong   Hormty ,   Mlnut* by Mlnut*   Danctr ,,,",.,......,.. .,,,..,,,  Sultan* of Swing    Stumblln' In ,, ������ .'   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He said if his party had been elected  "we would have had a free service, or at  least reduced fares, for the many, many  groups that depend directly on the ferry  system to travel from one area to another  in the coastal areas."  __"There!s_nothing_wrong1 with that/*"  said the MLA. ���    ��� -  He said for at least 30 per cent of the"  day the ferries are underutilized and that  the NDP would have had reduced or free  fares for youth groups ��� "Scouts, Guides,  school bands, you name it."  "Right now, and I've got correspondence along this-Hher-there are some  groups in this province, and on this coast,  who simply cannot afford to pay the  exorbitant rates'. ;  "It's more than a matter of just  travelling back and forth for these people.  It's a matter of communication for school  bands from Powell River to Sunshine  Coast, or the Sunshine Coast to Courtenay  and these areas, and particularly during  the winter months.  "There's no reason why, a policy like  K*ire��^%ire**%iraiifr^^  AUTHORIZED  SALES & SERVICE  CENTRE for  ��� DECCA RADAR  COM-DEV  MARINE EQUIPMENT  SPILSB0RY&  TINDALL  "We service all makes & models"  Metric is a reality; The sooner we all learn it, the sooner we  can stop learning it. Help another Canadian to learri a little  bit more about the Metric System.  GIBSONS CLINIC  _    PHARMACY  IS PLEASED TO INTRODUCE  1  JOHNSHASKE-  NEW MANAGER OF  THE GIBSONS  CLINIC PHARMACY  COME AHD TALK TO  IOHH ABOUT OUR  "PATIENT RECORD PLAN"  FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, WE ARE  LOCATED RIGHT AT THE GIBSONS CLINIC ON HWY 101   ��� - 886-8191   OPEN MONDAY-FRIDAY 9:30 to 5:30  CLOSED SATURDAY  *m  mmmmmtm_mmmm  mmmmmm  MMM  ma  mmm0mmmmm0mtfmmm_m  V Provincial Court  A 20-year-old man was grfen a one-  year's suspended.sentence after he  pleaded guilty to breaking and entering-  when he appeared last week in Sechelt  Provincial Court. Court was told the offence occurred at Ken's Lucky Dollar  ���jstore in Gibsons. .j   Wednesday, July 4,197&  Tlie Peninsula Times  Page A-7  MORE ABOUT  Bruce Wayne Andreef told Judge J.S.P.  Johnson that since the incident, he has  controlled his drinking and he assured  Judge Johnson "this will never happen  again.'* '  Judge Johnson agreed Andreef has  "acted reasonably since then."  Dean Boyling was fined $100 for being a  minor in possession of liquor.  John Arthur.Matthews pleaded guilty  to operating a vessel near Gambier Jsland  while impaired and was fined $400.  -V- From Page A-l     .' v-  had studied Colvin Creek in July?H978 and  reported there is no potential for salmon  spawning but that"some trout used the"  creek.  When Angell indicated he thought a  decision had been made at the Settlement  Plan Committee level about rezoning the.  lots above Redrooffs, it was pointed out by  board chairman Ed Nicholson that a  bylaw for rezoning above the road was  defeated some time ago until they could  seethe whole project, above and below the  road, before making a decision.  Angell said he wouldn't like to .see  development above the road held up by  what happens in the area below the road.  left to act on the matter since they were  given letters patent forming the. regional  parks function four years ago with a five-  " We'd like to get on with our planning,"  AmmoiLULpjss^aoiidQLliquQr.charge he-said-  got a Garden Bay youth a $50 fine not a  $150 fine as reported in Provincial Court  news last week  yearilmltr;;  , Society president Joop'Burgerjon has  indicated that it would be a reasonable  compromise that if the rezoning from five-  acre to ly^-acre lots went ahead for the  Angell development above Redrooffs then  the 30-acre parcel below the road should go  for a regional park.  "Rezoning is a priviledge," he added.  He said under the regional parks  function the province will pay one-third  the cost of aquisition, but he made it clear  the SCRD must first come up with a park  plan.  '*The other two-thirds is the problem,"  -he-said,���^-  MORE ABOUT . ..  ,v   '���>**,, __7j��  ���  ��� Prom Page A-l '  ,\   '  McCall said, among them village planning  guidelines and conformity to the community plan,  Also, the group may apply for 10  minutes of the council's time rinring7its-  MOREABjLlUT.,7;  The Sargeant's Bay Society has pointed  out that to get the 30 acres below the road  fora regional park, the board has one year=  mm  hr  ) He suggested the Second Century Fund  could assist as they did in acquiring the  -Sechelt-Marsh.^--^^^^^"^^^^^^^^"  TegularTneetlng'to^'express thoughts",  McCall said and at least one of the  members, should be attending each  meeting. .,-:.-  In other Ratepayers' business, Lies  Nielsen was appointed a director to  replace Wilf Nestman who has moved  from the village. \  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Dogfish Derby  ���From Page A-l  13 pounds with $200 third prize being taken  by a Vancouver man, DTTBezanson with a  12 pound, 14 ounce fish.  JTrophy prizes weiit to SJianmnEniblv^  Hydro's preferred route  ��� From Page A-l  the Sechelt Peninsula could be avoided  entirely, since it was recognized as a  highly sensitive area, with significant  aesthetic   and   recreational   value.  However, routes north of the peninsula  involved considerably longer distances  and rugged terrain while southerly routes  entailed unsuitable submarine c%ble  locations.  - The 500,000-volt line will cross the  Sechelt Peninsula on its way to Cape Cockburn on Nelson Island. From there it will  convert to submarine cable the rest of the  way, except for an overhead crossing of  Texada Island and a short overhead  section on Vancouver Island between Nile  Creek and the station at Dunsmuir.  Hydro's electric load predications for  the Island indicate that serious power  shortages will occur if the first of the line's  two circuits is not in service by fall, 1983.  In tlie meantime, special programs have  been initiated to encourage energy conservation by all Vancouver Island  customers while requests from industrial  customers for additional, firm power  before 1983 are being turned down.  Get the Heat  A gas grill lets you bake, broil, fry,  roast...even prepare whole meals at one  time. Its bi-level grids and fingertip heat  controls give you just the space and  temperature you. need fpr any dish. A  gas   grill   gives   you   cleaner. faster^  TidoKlng-tooT You-never bo7Her~with  messy charcoal. See the complete line of  gas grills in our showroom now.  CANADIAN PROPANE GAS & OIL LTD.  Wharf Rd, next to Bus Depot, Sechett  *m  885-2360  mmtrnwrnmrnm  He said if the zoning went ahead above  the, road, Angell could still own the parcel  below the road "and give us time to get the  money for a park."  The*30-acre proposed park parcel has  been appraised at about $365,000.  Angell's asking prize for the parcel was  -$5��tfX)0: ���   Cedars Inn sold  John Kavanagh announces that he has  sold the Cedars Inn business with new  owners to take over July 1,1979.  -Tom Smith-will-be.. resident-Manager-  and is moving to Gibsons and the other two  owners are Locky Downie and Larry  Davis who reside in Coquitlam: John will  be leasing the building to these new Pub  owners.  The staff are all staying and Tony Tyler  will remain as Bar Manager. Good luck to  the new owners and we are sure John will  keep busy.  "5;"with alieTghFpoiind, 12 ounce dogfish in  ' the six-years-and-under event and Carlos  sSolis of Gibsons with a 12-pounder in the  12-years-old-and-under class.  Largest bulk weight prize went to Mr.  Renau of Burnaby with 255 pounds of the  slimy beauties.  Five speed bicycles were won hy Kirk  Jamus, Vancouver, Jenie Montgomery,  Gibsons, Andy Solinski, Gibsons,- Gail  Edmonds, Gibsons, and Cheryl Shaw of  Burnaby.  Bulk hidden weight prizes went to Les  Mosolanczki of Port Mellon ��� 40 pounds,  Ken Campbell of Langdale ��� 8.5 pounds,  Harry Lubyk of Richmond ���145 pounds,  Harold Allen of Gibsons and-Tom-John-  stone of Burnaby ��� both 85 pounds.  . Individual hidden weight prizes went to  Nancy McKay ��� five pounds, 10 ounces,  J.D. Dickson, six pounds, 14 ounces,  Ronda Holland ��� five pounds, eight  ounces, all of Gibsons; Wilkie Man of  Langdale ��� nine pounds, six ounces, and  Mike Hailgreen of Haney ��� two pounds,  eight ounces.  9�� taudy unique g$ ideas ok fteasonabfie pftices, and (oft the uJa/trntd  that oitdy a counfaj Hook can b/ting to you/t home . . .  Open: Wed - Sun -11 am - 6 pm  Fit 11 am - 9 pm  Corner of School & Gower Pt. Rd.  Gibsons 886-8355  Unless you worked at  least 20 weeks in the  pastyear, these changes  could apply to you.  In December 1978, Parliament changed the  Unemployment Insurance program. Changes  starting July 1 mean that some people will  have to work longer before they can qualify  for Unemployment Insurance benefits.  Please remember, these UI changes affect  only those claims which start on or after  July 1, 1979, And, the changes may or may  not apply to you. So please read on to see if  you are affected. ��� ��,,.  (You'll find terms such as "Weeks of Work','  "Qualifying Period", "Variable Entrance  Requirement" (VER), and "Unemployment  Rate" marked by an asterisk (*). For easier  understanding, see the box "Explaining UI  terms" at the end of this message.)  Here arc the details of those changes.  Have you worked 20 weeks or more  in your Qualifying Period*?  If so, this message does not apply to you.  FcHvyou, the number of1 weeks you need to  qualify for regular UI benefits and for UI illness and maternity benefits, or the one-time  benefit at age 65 has not changed.  Are you working for the  first time?  To get UI benefits, you will usually need  20 Weeks* Work*, rib matter where you live.  An exception to this would be ifyou were on  a training course approved by the Canada  to Unemployment Insurance.  -J.bz_t.l_t: ��_j(ti j^ __t__t^-t. ��_. iA.ii.ti-i * _j��___ ���-  Employment and Immigration Commission  for at least 14 weeks in the year before your  Qualifying Period*. Then you would only need 10  to 14 weeks, depending on the Variable  Entrance RJequirement* where you live.  Are you starting to work again?  If you're coming back to work after being  away a year or more,you'll usually need  20 Weeks of Work* in your Qualifying Period*  before you can qualify for UI benefits.  This applies wherever you live.  This 20-weekruie won't apply, however,  ifyou were in any ofthe following situations for a  total of at least 14 weeks in the year before your  Qualifying Period*.  These are the situations  that count:  1. You were getting temporary worker's  disability compensation from a provincial  program;  2. You were receiving sick or maternity  leave payments; '  3. You were out of work because of a labour  dispute at your place of work;  4. You were on a Commission-approved  training course;  5. You were on UI claim;  6. You were working in insurable employment.  So, for first-time workers and those coming  back to work:  A. Ifyou were in any of these six situations for  a total of at least 14 weeks in the year before  your Qualifying Period*, then you need only  10 to 14 peeks' Work* in the Qualifying   ,  Period*, depending on the VER* where you  live.  B. If none ofthe six situations fit your case,you  will have to have worked at least 20 weeks  to qualify for UI benefits.  NOTE: Ifyou arc returning to work after  being away more than one year, the 20-weck  rule will normally apply to you.  Did you get UI benefits in the  last year?  Ifyou got UI benefits in your Qualifying  Period*, there are new rules that may apply to  you-unless the Unemployment Ra,te* in your  area Is over 11.5 per cent;    1. If a claim you had in the last year has not run  out, you may be able to renew it.  2. If yours is classed as a new claim, you will  need the usual 10 to 14 Weeks' Work*  depending on your local VER*, plus up to  -^"extraTWeeks of Work*. The number  of "extra" weeks you'll need depends on how  many weeks you got on your previous  UI claim. You need one "extra" week (up to  a maximum of six) for every week you got  over the VER* needed in your area.  Here's an example: You need 12 Weeks' Work*  inyour region (your local VER*) to qualify.  for benefits the first time. On your last claim,  you drew 15 weeks' benefits before going back  to work. Now, you would need the usual 12  weeks, plus three "extra" work weeks. (That's  the difference between the 12 weeks you needed to work and the 15 weeks of benefits you  drew. In total you would need 15 Weeks' Work*  to qualify again within one year. The most  anyone needs anywhere is 20 weeks of work  to qualify.  Again, please remember, when, the  Unemployment Rate* in your area is over  11.5 per cent, this rule won't apply to  you. You'll need only 10 Weeks' Work* to  qualify for regular UI benefits.  Other changes have been in  effect since January 1979:  ��� The weekly benefit rate was reduced to 60  per cent of your average insurable earnings  (from 662/i per cent).    ^"  ��� Most people employed for less than 20  hours a week ar^e no longer covered by UI.  ��� Higher-income claimants may have to  repay part of UI benefits drawn in the  1979 tax year. ThisTwill only affect people    >  whose income, including UI benefits,  is over $20,670. This will be explained  when you get your 1979 tax retufn.  These things haven't changed:  Just as a review, these points haven't changed:  ��� You may still get UI illness and maternity  benefits and the special benefit paid at  age 65 if you've worked 20 weeks in your  Qualifying Period*.  ��� There's still a two-week waiting period  before UI benefits start.  ��� lb get regular benefits, you must still be ,  available for and looking for work each day  '" 'youareohclaiml   ��� You must report any work and earnings  while on claim.  You can be disqualified from getting  benefits for up to six weeks if you quit your  job voluntarily, you were fired for misconduct, or ifyou turned down a suitable  job offer.  You can still appeal a decision by UI to deny  you benefits.  Explaining UI terms:  *WeeksofWork  This means, weeks of work that are insurable  for Unemployment insurance. Most  employment of 20 hours or more a week  is insurable.  ^Qualifying Period  What UI calls your Qualifying Period is  the 52 weeks before we start your claim. Or if  you had a claim in the last year, it's the time  since that claim started.  * Variable Entrance  f Requirement (VER)  To qualify for Unemployment Insurance  benefits, you must have worked from 10 to 14  weeks in insurable employment during your  Qualifying Period*. The exact number of weeks  depends on the Unemployment Rate* in the  economic region where you live. (See below.)  Ifyou don't have enough weeks to qualify  when you file your claim, we keep your application in the computer file. If the Unemployment  Rate* changes so you then have the weeks you  need, we will send you a notice.  Unemployment Rate  For Unemployment Insurance, the  Unemployment Rate used for each ofthe 48  economic regions of Canada is not the current  monthly Statistics Canada unemployment rate  in each region. It is a three-month average  of seasonally-adjusted monthly unemployment  rates.  Canada's Unemployment  Insurance Program  Working with people  who want to work.  ��� ^    Employment andEmplolat ��  ��� t    Immigration Canada    Immigration Canada  Ron Atkoy, Mlnlator      Ron Atkay, Mlnlatra  w  fl*#t#WSft'MIWl^.i^lt'^  f^\ !���������  Canada PageA-8  The Peninsula Times.  Wednesday, July 4,1979  ��� FORD .MERCURY ��� MUSTANG ��CAPRI >FORD TRUCKS & VANS��� COUGAR > T-BIRD ��� GRANADA �� MONARCH ��� PINTO ��� BOBCAT > FIESTA ��� COURIER  COME AND SEE THE FULL LINE OF 1979  FORD & MERCURY CARS, TRUCKS AND VANS  AT THE NEWEST CAR DEALERSHIP  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  z  <  I-  ee  ��  O  z  o  \Om  N  03  ��  z  o  cc  m  hi  o  ee  3  QC  O  O  <  I-  </>  UJ  Cu  o  o  o  m\\  1  :  o  z.  >  90  O  CO  m  BILL COPPING, President of South Coast Ford Sales Ltd, presenting  The First Customer, ROBERT ALLEN, with the keys to his new 1979  Ford Bronco '-   \  OVER 45 NEW UNITS TO CHOOSE FROM  V���  ��  o  3  *  ON THE SPOT FINANCING  ^***<  X'  ->"'  #  ; st%^f B-'lsW'" ^s'sWH%B��slsSiMs-��W�� ��� ��� BB'H'W'lBfcs)^   FIRST OF THE NEW ARRIVALS  "As New" Fully Equipped 1978 COACHMEN 35' 5th WHEEL - includes 1978 Ford F-250 Ranger  tariet, 460 V8, Auto, P.S., P.B., Stereo radio & 8 track, Tool box, loads ot extras too numerous  to fet. NEW VALUE * Over $32,000. SPECIAL $26,500. Including Bal. of Warranty.  "WELCOME TO FORD COUNTRY"  m  ��  '���<  ���  3  c  >  ��  ��  >  *0  30  o  30  90  C  o  <f)  ��  o  c  ��  I  30  O  ��  90  MDL 5936  Across from the  LTD  ��  G  ��� MUSTANG ��� CAPRI ��� FORD TRUCKS & VANS ��� COUGAR . T-BIBP ��� GRANADA �� MONARCH ��� PINTO �� BOBCAT ��� FIESTA ��� COURIER ��� FAIRMONT . ZEPHYR  7 ,/-*-*-������  ThePeninsulaTWI &_���**  ' ; ;____       / ��� '     Flyers and non-flyers are in  , Section B : Wednesday, July 4,1979      w Pages 1-8 J   Elphinstone Aero Club's  ft  N o w eed k illers  School District No. 46 School trustees  have voted unanimously to reject a  management committee recommendation  for the controlled use of herbicides on  schoolgrounds.  At last Thursday's meeting, the board  refused to authorize the use of herbicides  though, the recommendation called for  One suggestion was the application of  large amounts of salt in the difficult areas  to make the ground so saline nothing will  grow.  BOWEN ISLAND  SCHOOL PROGRESS  Construction of Bowen Island Community School continues ahead of schedule  "?^f^se^f^P^dtwtj)nly^neas_and -Under-budgetr-e*-M-Frojeets  ril+rtsfmlr T_r\ /inntHAl   mink   r\__t +n*>_n*%  It mm-*   n��J _   . v        ' . *  Flyers and non-flyers are invited to the  Elphinstone Aero  Club's  first  Fly-In.  Saturday ahd Sunday at the Gibsons^  Sechelt Municipal Airport at the top of  Field Rd. ���'   ' }  . The Experimental Aircraft Association  and Sunshine GM will be sponsoring-  displays. Also, a representative of the  local Provincial Emergency Program will  be on hand to discuss the program.  Video tapes will be playing all Saturday  afternoon and Gordon Mullins will be most.  happy to show and explain his equipment.  Air rides are available as well as other  games for people of all ages..  A concession stand will be open until  the salmon barbecue at 6 p.m. Saturday,  will end with a dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.  featuring the Penn Kings. >  The finale of the program is a pancake  breakfast Sunday morning starting at 8  a.m.  difficult to^control sijch^fjenc^hnes_and  around equipment?  If the board adopted limited use of  herbicides, it was recommended also that  the herbicide be applied by' a Licenced  applicator when school is not in session  and that products on the market be  reviewed to ensure the safest product is  used.     ' , ���  spokesman���Terry -Clayton-told-School-  District No. 46 trustees last Thursday.  Clayton predicted completion by late  November, but stated "if the present trend  continues, we could pick dp more_time."  He said there was increasing concern  over the method of providing water for the  school and requested the board to decide  -���Have you tried the Laura SecordjWine~_  Gums yet? Really good for a dry throat on -  these hot days! ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Use 'Times'Adbriefs to Self,  Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  SEA CAVALCADE PARADE OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM:  (Please fill out and return to the Kinsmen Club of Gibsons, Box 22, Gibsons, B.C. VON  lVO.or drop off at K. Butler Realty)  CLASSIFICATION: please mark one category ���   a. Musical 7777.77777777. .'7777.7777  ���  b. Clubs and Associations ;        '... "G      >  c. Communities outside Gibsons   ��� Q  d. Best Decorated Car.     >   ���  e. Best Horse and Rider .,.'     ���  f., Best Horse Unit ���  g. Commercial   ������' ���., D  h; Comical . \ '.:��� ���  i. Best Antique Entry ���  j. Best Overall '   D    '  GROUP NAME: ..'.- ..', :.:.....'.     '   CHAIRMAN'S NAME & PHONE No.!   AH Entries Are Encouraged To Util Ii�� The "FIFTY GOLDEN YEARS" Or ''YEAR OF THE_  =��HB.D,J-Theme*:~��� ��r������ -��� -  The KINSMEN CLUB OF GIBSONS PROUDLY SPONSORS and ORGANIZES THE 1979 SEA  CAVALCADE PARADE: AUGUST 4, 1979.  Plan now to participate in this exciting opening of this year's cavalcade:  For more info: .call 886-2045, Haig Maxwell  Trustee Bruce Puchalski urged the  board to reject the policy following recent  successful petitions to have herbicide  spraying programs halted because they  were considered unsafe.  Trustee JoAnn Rottluff was against the  policy also, saying it takes about 20 years  before the effects of herbicides, whether  they are carcinogenic, are known.   Approximately $14,000 was available  for herbicides and application, but the  board agreed it could be better used on  alternative control.  CEDAR COTTAGE CLINIC  Massage, Hydrg &  Thermal Therapy  CHASTER RD. 886-9555  for appointment ft Information \  ��� APPLIANCES BY  JENN-AIR,TAPPEN,  INGLIS, FINDLAY  ��� CERAMIC TILE & TUB  SPLASHES  ��� CARPETS ��� VANITIES  SHOWROOM HOURS:  ���10 am - 5 pm Saturday��  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  N >rth Rd, Gibsons  886-2/65  whether a well is to be drilled or whether  the school should be connected to the  chlorination station on Bowen Island.  .The board agreed with Clayton's  preference for a well.  "Both systems cost the same amount of  money... one goes off the property, one  stays on," Clayton said. "  "Though there is a possible failure in  drilling for. water, it is a quicker way to  obtain water."  Clatyon said funding is insufficient tq  "complete all we would like to do on the  property."  The budget was based on a previous  property, he said, which was "much easier  to develop."  An overrun is anticipated in trying to  extend the playing field to 300 feet by  blasting an unexpected rock outcrop.  SCHOOL BOARD BRIEF  The district will finally have its speech  pathologist, School District No. 46 trustees  learned last Thursday.  Randall Johnson assumes the position  August 1.  The board voted to approve a recom-  mendation that David Newland be appointed Senior Assistant in charge of the  Native Environmental Studies program  for one year.  Gibson's Building Supplies Invites You to Our  PARKING LOT SALE  ONE DAY ONLY-SATURDAY  ���*, y \s .<^ "  RAIN DAMPENED but didn't discourage as Legionnaires, Pipe Band  and guests gathered at Gibsons  Cenotaph for Canada Day commemoration and prayers Sunday  morning.  THE BELLA BEACH MOTEL  at DAVIS BAY  Ed and Gordie at Sunshine Coast T.V. are pleased to have supplied  all the motel units with brand new ADMIRAL TELEVISIONS SETS. ALL   THE'BEST-from * '   SUNSHINE COAST T.V  WISHING WELL  PUNTER  CHAIR  packaged and so  easy to assemble.  Time to get ready for another great outdoor season and <*>  nothing could be nicer for your Patio (and Pocketbook) than our  DRIFTWOOD PATIO FURNITURE  TWIN SET  You'll be surprised and delighted at  the beauty and economy of our many  unique and original ideas I Ready to  go and all on display . .;.. end of season  prices on planters and many other  specials, tool  PICNIC SET  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Sunshine Coast Hwy, Olbsons  886-8141  /TOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"  HANGING BASKET  SnT-t��*W^PfJH4rtJK^^.,^^��K*^-,#MNU!jl^-/fa^��t^  8859816  Stereos and Appliances  After the SALE, It's the SERVICE that Counts"  Cowrie St., Sechelt PHONE  885-3231  PageB-2       The Peninsula Times  July 4,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Personal  Help Wanted  For Rent  Business Opportunities  Cars and Trucks  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.       ���  ���  Established 1963  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  j Memoriam,      Marriage      and   Engagement  Notices  are  $7.00  " (up to 14 lines,) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.  ' Birth Notices, Coming Events  ; takeregulorclassified.rates,  >7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising -Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (1 ? words)-  One Insertion   ^ _��_____h~ $?45.  "YhreeTnsertions. $4.30  -Extra Lines. (4 wards) 1 !_6Q?_  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60per column inch ���  Box Numbers .$.1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  Ad-Briefs must be paid far in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.   ���  ��� Subscription Rates:  "ByrMaiT: "~-   Local Area ... $7,00 yr.  -Oot'slde Locql" Area-^r-. $8.00 yri-  U.S.A. . .   . $10.00 yr.  Overseas.   .       .....   $U.00yr.  Senior Citizens,  ������ Local Area ��� ��� ���. ���     ...... $6.00  Single Copies .,.,...,,... 20c ea  Announcements  Card of Thanks  NEED A Divorce or Legal  Separation? ��� For .in:  formation on fast, inexpensive, . lawyer-designed  services, contact Vancouver  Divorce Service, No. 8; 1734  West Broadway, B.C. V6J  1Y1. Telephone 736-2684. 1518-  15       ,    ���   ' /  ���SENIOR PERSON who wants  to share permanently  waterfront home. Have sufficient privacy - but not lonely.  Box 310 M, Sechelt.      1210-tf  GUITAR--&-'Music~ -Theory-  . lessons..  Jazz. . imprpv;_  reading, writing, all styles.  Beg.-Adv. Budge, 885-9285.  1528-tfn  INCORPORATE yourself -.  ^ fast-over the tl?phone. Our  forms and typing services are  , lawyer approved Call Self-  Counsel- Services  toll free  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymousj  Meeting, every Thurs.,' 8:30.  I WISH TO thank-all-my=-  (112) 800-663-3035. Chargex  -and"Mastercharge approved.  4324-tfn  HOUSEPARENTS  REQUIRED to live-in arid-  operate residence for six  mentally ~ retarded adults,  Contact' Beehive Workshop, '-  Box 1550, Drayton Valley,'  Alta. TOE 0M0. Ph. (403) 542-  3113. 1516-33  SUNSHINE COAST  Figure '  Skating Club (situated on  the    Sechelt    Peninsula).  Requires:  Professionals for.  the  79-80 season   for   NST  lessons  and opportunity  to  freelance with minimum 5th  "figureTarid Jr, SilveT'Danee-  -preferred���Membership:^ 150_:  (all levels). Approx. 12 hours  per week. All applications will  be considered. Current pros,  encouraged to apply. Reply:"'  Stating     qualifications,  references,   experience,  remuneration expected and  telephone number to:  Sun*  shine Coast Figure Skating  wy~  WF'2 BDRM apartment at 7  Isles, Madeira Park. Avail.  July 1.885-3910 aft. 4.    1391-32  1 BDRM TRAILER for rent,  $185. W. Sechelt. 885-2671 or  885-2079. 1371-tfn  Real Estate  $41,500 -OCEAN VIEW  6 yr old 3 BR Gothic design,  landscaped lot, nice view of  Trail Islands.  Ph. Ross Gamble  -    - -     -112-27Jb5017   UnitedRealtj,736��383J   or 885-2047  1241-tf  Work Wanted  family ahd friends for the  pm, Wilson Creelk Community beautiful flowers, gif ts.cards,  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-   messages and visits during  # my recent stay in St Mary's.      _          ���'������^ -:���    Also for the gifts of special.. ���     PT Apn.erYYNrrattTip  CRAFTS    PEOPLE!' . In-   food since coming home. I feel        CLAPP S CONCRETE  terested in a . booth for ' great personal affection for Placing and Finishing. All  Roberts Creek Daze" July 14?? those . capable - and hard types of Concrete Work,  Call Cindy Kirt at 886-9437. working ladies in white; who   Breaking and hauling away of  ������_���������^-���lI58-27r^ot-ordy'-gave-me-excellent''-t)ld-TConcretei-~ Concrete  nursing care but also, cheer   leakage problems. .Seepage or  Club, Box 1316,  V0N3A0.  echelt,  1530-34  2  BDRM  modular  home,  .   appliances & improvements  w-view of water, on leased lot.  $22,000,885-3947.. ���      1446-33  SELF-SUFFICIENT-   set-  LUMBER OPERATION  . planer Moulder 5 head 12",  resaw 54" tilt roll, multiple  ripsaw 10 saw,'approx. 5 acres  in Kamloops, B.C. Phone 372-  5332 (bus), 55f ttl7 (res.).   ���"  GET INTO Business for less  than $15,000. ��� Buy. Parts  wholesale lease, two bay Esso  service. Wrecker available.  Write OK Esso, RR 1  Hazelton, B>C, VOJ 1Y0. Phone  842-5300. 1481-32  FLOWER AND  Gift -Shop.,.  _ Excellent location  in_ex--  panding    community    ofJ  Houston.   FTD   and   UFC  membership.    Current  financial statements avail.  Business   established   5^  years. Phone 845-2324 days or  845-7328  after  6.   Box  222,  Houston, B.C. VOJ 1Z0. 1483-32  MANAGER for Nakusp Hot  Springs.. Contract ���position  responsible for operation and  staffing. Previous managerial  experience essential. Apply  with resume to: Box 280,  Village of Nakusp, B.C. VOG  1R0. 145142  Obituary  FLETCHER: Passed away  June 25," 1979,- William  George Fletcher, .late, of  Wilson Creek in his 93rd year.  Survived by 3 sons'Herbert of  Wilson Creek, Raymond of  Gibsons, Alan ���. of North  Dakota, one daughter Rita  ���MacLeod  of  Nanaimo,   2  and encouragement. To all the  Drs. who were involved in my  Case, or who just stopped by  for a chat, my thanks. To the  Dr. who took over my trouble's  and made me feel that: first  he was my friend, second a  thorough investigator, and  lastly.an A-l surgeon, thank  you, Dr. Eric Paetkau.���Mrs.  Dorothy Stockwell.      1521-32  high pressure leaks.  Phone WayneClapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341, Sechelt  ���    . 1211-tf  brothers, 4 sisters & many  other  relatives. _Priyat&_^Birth Announcements  cremation. Flowers gratefully  declined. < Donations, if  desired, may be made to St.  Mary's Hospital. .       1490-32  SAWYER: Passed away June  28, 1979, Lilly Sawyer, late  of Sechelt, aged 83 years.  Survived by her loving  husband Harry, 2 nieces-ahd 4  nephews. Funeral services  Wed., July'4 at 3 pjn. from the.  chapel of Devlin Funeral  Home, Gibsons. Pastor W.  Clayton officiating. Interment.  Mountaihview Cemetery,  Vancouver. . 1523-32  POPE, Robert Jordan Stuart.  Born May 23, St. Mary's  Hospital. Weight 3% oz. A new  n^thWfiir3emTSf=^52f>32=  BLAND, Clea Moselle, Born  at Grace Hospital, June 21.  Weighing 3260 grams; Don,  Mary and CaUie; are, all very  happy. - . .1527-32"  DAWN & Dan Devliir are  pleased  to  announce  the  birth of their 3rd child, David  Arthur Devlin,. 8 lbs. 13 oz. at   .    *St. Mary's Hospital on June  LUDWIG:Passed-away-June"r|a---A1 brother for Deanne &  26, 1979, Paul Robert Karl   Douglas.       ��� 1541-32  ���    PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD. .  Let us care for your  needs:  ���'Topping  -Faffing  -Limbing  Insured work  -"���"OoTTeputatiou  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  tree  WANTED IMMEDIATELY:  Jr. reporter for Fraser  Valley community  newspaper. Ph. 534-4151 or  write to either 20494 Fraser  Highway or Box 310, Langley,.  B.C.V3A4R6. 1456-33  ,1 i M-    <-   ������  - i  Wanted to Rent  RESPONSIBLE- quitjt couple  over 30, no children or pets,  would like to rent cabin or  house on Sechelt Pen. July 29-  Aug. 12. Anywhere from  Gower Pt. to Davis Bay would  suit. Pis. ph. Vancouver, 434-  0373. " 136942  tlement organizing, buying  370 acres Arrow LakeS, B.C.,  hot springs, hydro-electric  creek, independent industries.  Write: Dave Hunrichs, Box  555, Moyie Springs, Idaho  83845. Ph. (208) 267-3996. 1457-  32  NEW 3 BDRM custom bsmt  --home,, family^ room,   2_  sundecks, lge vlewTdtTdouble  carport 461-6184.  1413-31  3283-tf  Ludwig, late of Gibsons, in his  79th year. Survived' by' his  loving wife Jessie; 1 son  Richard C. Ludwig and his  wife .Judy,' Los Angeles;. 1  daughter, Eileen" LeGallis,  and her. .-tiiishnria Maurice,  "Vancouver;' 4 grandchildren;,  Personar  DISCERNING ADULTS shop  .discreetly .sehd $3 for our  ���. latest catalogues of marital  th4w ^ "fiftrki''j^l^L  .'Action Marketing INC:"Deptr  YK7 BOx 3268, Vancouver;  .B.C.V6B3X9;���������:   .      ';������ '���32.;  WE DO house cleaning, Phone  ��� Joyce at 886-9067 or Bonnie  at 886-9635. "    1375-32  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  .- professional work at-  ,������   reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  . 885-3301 & 886-7619  . 3861-tf  PIANO  TUNER,   1st class'  .'...- Steitiway. . technician JUst- .  arrived from Europe; 886-  77702;  ,. 7- ���:���.'���     '1537-34-.  YOUNG MAN requires accommodation for the  months of July-Oct,  Housekeeping rm, trailer or  cottage preferred. Ph. 885--  5151. bet. 84:30 p.m. or 922-  6940. 1389-32  2 "OR 3 BDRM house between  Wilson  Creek   &   West  Sechelt. 885-9050. 1416-33  Pender Harbour.  3 BR home on 2.3 level  acres. Good soil &  creek. By owner  =$52t��0��f  885-5436  Excellent opportunity  for ambitious person  to turn a good  paying, part time job  into a full time  business,    (tall    LEE,  883-2533  9171.  or   883-  Boats and Engines  SUPER' BUY. 24 ft. fibreglass  cabin cruiser, sleeps lour,  stand-up head, galley, command bridge,'depth sounder*  VHF, 188 Mercruiser IO with  approx. 300 hours, new canvas. A-l condition throughout.  View at Seaside plumbing  bldg., North Rd., Gibsons. Ph.  886-7760 eves. First $11,000  takes-no offers. 1529-34 *  Machinery  1977  CLARK 668C  skidder,  Cummins  power,  70  pet.  forestry special;���1600.-hours��~  total time - Prince George -  -$65,0007^970 CAT 950 Welco" -  grapple, runs good. All pins  tight,  looks  very  good  -  Vancouver, $44,500. 1969 099  . CAT loader 70 pet. rubber,  some engine repairs, pins  tights, remainder checked -  Vancouver - $52,000.1970 D6C  free spool winch, guarded for  ^ogging7-80-pctrUCii)lade-ane  - pins tight. Checks out excellent - Cranbrook - $46,500.  1968' 955K GP bucket, new UC  ROPS canopy, checks out  good - Vancouver - $27,500.  Phone 271-0343 or 687-2872.  1509-32  NOW WRECKING.  Cat EM  '70 FORD % Ton 4x4. Good       crawler   series  7U,   good  Ttiechanicarcond: ,~$2;450���rollers and tracks; hydrualic  '77:DATSUN 280Z, air cond.,  am-fm radio, reclining  bucket seats, 6 steel belted  radials. 28,000 mi. exc. cond.  886:9047. 1134-tfn  '67 DODGE Dart convertible;  .'73 Vega. Corner of Trail &  Spindrift (across from Art  Centre). 1431-33  '73 AUSTIN Mini. 4 spd, some  body work heeded. Exc. gas  mileage. 8864862 eves. 1438-33  '73 CHEV % ton, auto, new  ..... -trans.,.. p6wer-;biake&~etc..  Exc. runmng.order. $2500.886-  - 2808 ~aftr*-*~^ Weekdaysr  weekends anytime.      1443-33  , .1  ,  '75 F 350 SUPERCAB Camper  Special. 3000 mi. on reblt  eng. (460). T>s, pb,. rad tires,  new brks & shks. $4,9007 885-  5767.   ��� 1358-32  ^73^^GAr4^dr55?HKrrones7  Good running cond. Needs  minor body work. Best offer.  Ph. after 4.885-3910.     1322-31  '63 PONTIAC,  cond., $195;  Buy together  885-3175.  Gd. running  trailer, $250.  or separately.  1469-32  obo. 883-9284.  1500-34  For Rent  3 sisters and other relatives in  Germany. Service was held  Thursday, Jun;e'28, at Devlin , ���_:���, ��� ���   ..,-,.���   Funeral Home, Gibsons, Rev; .brvORCEi $100 Plus .Filing  . G.      Inglis      officiated.- : Fees .- Obtain your un-'  Cremation.     Remembrance contested divorce - fast - oven  donations, to  appreciated.  the Heart Fund  . 1624-32  the telephone. Our forms and  ���typing ��� services" are ; lawyer  ���approved. Call'Self-Counsel  Services tollfree.(112) 800-663-,  :'3035i Chargex-andvlMaSter-  . charge accepted;,. ���    4325-tfn .  HYPNOTISM ���'. revealed.  : Books, tapes,, cou.rses,  Break7 bad habits, .self-*-  Improvement. 7. :Free . in-  formatiohr Romane; Mind  Powers' Unlimited,, Suite, 501,  . 170 Hargrave St��� PO Box 1227,  F6r.QM.ckRVM.|,     ,    7      ^���^^&:  Ui* Tlmoi Adbrlaf* I',- ���  j. m mm m mimm salt mm mm.mm ssaasal mm mm,'mk sssissss m ass m Ms.ssst sas a|  The Peninsula Times Classifieds   !  PROFESSIONAL ROCK and-.  ,   ROU .Band, available., for  (engagements' beginning July  r. Weekly, and nightly rates;  Contact Alvy, 980-4135, North.  Vancouver^. 1507-32  ��� MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  ���Reas.   rent.   Incl.    heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  8333. or apply Apt No 104-B7  ������-'..������.y:: ������������    4121-tfn  MOBILE HOME pads in West.  .   Sechelt, 885-26717    4962-tfn  Card of Thanks      ���  George .Kynoch wish- to  .sincerely thaijk Dr. Burthick  and the nurses at St; Mary's.,  Hospital for their kindness,to  curtate untie,��� Thanks ajso to  , Rey. George Inglis .for the-  Comforting iuheral and to the  friends who attended'and sent  flowers.     ���    ��� ,    .    1525-32  ���.!.���  I  "I  I  I  :'l''  i,  Help Wanted  3 lilies for $245  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  m m m m m' m m m'.mm'tfi sssism Wmss mmm m'm ssssisss'sssssss)'ss��s��mmsssi  Print yoiir ad In. rfie tqudrs)1!. Pe ��uro lo loavb a blank ��|i';i:o ollof sjac.lv  woid,   ���' '     ���     , , . ,.,'''  ,,' :, '',''',  ' Thrno |ln����-|�� *9.1 B.'Xdjrf. uiicfltlonal 60��". '' 7  ���    '    . '  Tnk��,arfvontnos\ ol our special sqvlhfls,  �� Bun your,ot) twl'csi ��� thf thlri) tlm�� l��F(wil.',   ' '   ���      ,  �� II you pay for y< irnnlh"* Stflurdny b*lnr* publication you pat si,    ,     ,  discount -19c for I Insartlon ��� - 50c for 3,  Mnll us your 6d,-or drdp |t old ,  ,    In Saihail bt ��h�� Pfniniuld Tlmai OHIca  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  .1  i  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 SMhoit, B.C. ,  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  ������  ,.  -.,'  :i  1  '  ..  .,  ......  ........  .*..*.  r->.1  ���..w  ....  ...,  $215  60*  m  w  Nam*  Addr*M  PoWdl Coda"  TaTN*;  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  i  r.  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  ���i~  i  i  ���  i  i  i  EXPERIENCEP    sawmill  . hian for final phase of small  sawmill: construction. Should, 7  have some diesel exp. E?cc.  , Contract rate, ti85-3&52. 139M2  ,DIRECTOR , needed7, for .-.  ; .residential    treatment  centre..8 bed family-oriented  , centre for.children ages 6-17.7  Requires . a  person with a .  rangei .oE. education & ex--' ,  perience that includes family  work,,  community   work,  supervision of a staff team &  adniinistration. Basic salary  $19,068;  Send' iresumo to:  Wilson7 Creek   Treatment  Centre, Box 1177; Swhelt. For  further information contact ,  Joan   Hall,   885-2702.   Applications closo July 7. 14402  QAM? RANGER7req.!d for  : yoiith i?amp on Sunshine  Coast - single or couple. Ap-  1 pllcants should bo Interested  , In outd(wrs, handy,with tools, ,  arid  tinlpy  workihg   with',  peoplo; Housing and utilities  provided.   Soild ; complete'  ireaume       and       aalory  requirements to Box, 310 H,  , Sechelt;   ,: 1474^4  ,. One bedroom   ;  ��� '     apartments.   ,  * Balconies   ���  j^Colored-Appliances  '*.yiev/, .���������.. ���;, ','.���".',. ;  ';  * Wall ,to'\wqll carpet  ��� *. Drapes 7,7  ..*:Intercom   '..,  ,*. Controlled Entrance  * Cablevision 7  R6pt from. $190.00  Call,DOUG FERRIS  $85-2283  FOR--. RENT:   Wilson -Crteck:,  Cdtnmiirtlty Hall andl Scout  Hall. CallMabel Dooley at 885-  9804.     ;���;;.���';. . 3691-H  ,.,..al,u.i.i-l- ,;������;���....m,.!....,.'^���!,-,  3 BDRM HOME with view,  West Sechelt,, $290  per  month.. Avail. June 15. 485-  5387;, , 308-31/  VIEW APrS. for.Rent. Easy  access, closo to schools and  shopping In Gibsons. Call 880-  2417,880*7243. 1531-tfn  L,s>��s��.��ws*s��s(��wss��sisss��s����i*s��sisss��s������sMs��iw����p����"S�� mm mi mmm  EXPERIENCED    PERSON  wanted, In   automotive,  mechanical repair. 880-7919.  '���    7",,  1470-34  PROVINCIAi;    RESOURCE  serving  furtctlonol  hah-. ,  dlcappod    young;   adults  ��� requires program manager  for    cuatodliil-grounaB..  maintenance.  Position  nor-  manent., Avail. July. $, .10.79.7  Present salary $1^9 - under  rovliow. Send applications,^o:  ; Program, Director, Northern  Trarulng  Centr6,  Box  00ft;  Smlthors,B.C.V0J2N0.  1477-  ���32.  ���;��� '���, ���'���,'.; ' ,      ,,. '  TlUVELAGiNT required In  , Mission area. Experienced  in all lines of travel. Wages  commensurate with experience, Wrlto: PO Box 3130.  Mission, B.C. V2V4J3. 1482-32 ,  MAJOR*'SUPERMARKET *  . requir��s < axporlonoad  Bakers. Wages $10,74 par hour  Kills top benefits. Apply to:  Ir. ' Hamm, Suporvalu,  Whitehorse; Yukon, ph. (403)  007-0251. 1480$!  2,000 SQ, FT. upper floor of-  ,   flee. Rbnt as is at $450 per  ,mo,.oc wo,will.renoyato to,,���      ,  , suit. Hoat& parking included.   Go��<J  805-3224 for appt. to view. 1503-  tfn,     ',;,��������� ;-  2 BDRM homo avail to active  retired couplo in roturh for  gardonlng, houso-slttlrtg;  Must havo good knowledge of  gardening, non-drlnkeri  roierenccu. Reply Box aiOU,  Socholt,   ,   V, ,;; 1419^1,  I,ARGE'   APARTMENT,  , partly furn*d,, adults 'Ortly.  MOOper mo. Contact 000-0305.  "'  ' '7 1430-33  "SMAlXTUAllsKH, sotupon   5-0255.  1440-33  MUST SELL. 1500 sq. ft. A-  Frame.   All -appliance^,-  semi-furn. 3 bdrm ��� loft,-  sundeck, 21x24 liv. rm., FP,  beautiful view of Garden Bay  Marina. Close to water. 2 lots.  Leased land. 30 years  left. 883-9459.  FOR SALE by owner. Com-  ' * fortable older type home in  Redroofs. Tw6 attractive lots  .92 acre each. Public access to  beach 300 ft. Shrubs, trees,  garden, garage & workshop.  Asking $60,000.... Phone: 885-  9765.  ::yyh,r-;::.,.--\m42  . EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  :   lot 7 in West Seehettr-On-  . sewer.Ph.885-9796. ; 4724-tfn  BEAUTIFUL Historic Twelve:  Roorii, two storey home on  large lot. Five; bdrms, two  baths* lovely family : home,  Alsb: has many other  possibiHties; Price $52,000.  Write Box 150, Hedley, B.C.  7 VO^mi^. ^248,; 1484-33  , WATERFRONT: lot Sunshine  Coast (Roberts Greek area:  Browning, 'Rd.) 100! x 370'  very private with level entrance driveway pK Browning  Rd|7 View , jcrom future ,  homesite second to hone.  Water, Hydro readily avail  $79,500. Days 278-3888, eVes.  433-72287 1498-34  . W-F L*)G Cabin at south end  of Sakinaw , Lake. Road  access, floats, boathousel Call  , G. Chappell, 298-8480,420^113.  153^-34  WATERFRONT PROPER-  TY. Empty Aug, 1; 2 dble  bdrms. 1 h&c basin. $0x18  liv. room pic. wljndow, sundeck 8 x 30. 40 ft. above safe  sand ','(&' shingle beadh,  ; Boathouse 7, 1 mjli? from  Harpoon Bay. Redroofs Rd. 0  miles N, 6f Sechelt. PR,:  Vancouver*bus stops at,short  level drlve-Hi. .Weekly  shoppers bus ��� to Secholt, 60,  coats, Fire hall V*'mils', Small  vbg. patch of, soft fruit otc7  Carport & woodshed w,ith  Insul. bunk houso, sleeps 0.  m'-"-" elec;; pcheh." Log  WELL ESTABLISHED  Sandblasting Business. Two  mobile blasting and painting  units, one mobile steam-  cleaner. Opportunity for  expansion. Located in  Kamloops, B.C. Ph. 372-5434.  1511-32  CARIBOO BUSINESS. In-  - -dependent small business.  Second Hand store.. From  tractors to coin sets. Large  inventory and showroom. 100'  frontage on Highway 97.  ~WHW7Call G'brabn MarsHSuT  Aspen Realty Ltd., 100 Mile  House, VOK 2E0. Ph. 395-4054.  1515-32  '74 GMC VAN, V4, carpets,  sunroof, bed, radials, am-  fm casette. Offers to $3,200.  885-5779 aft. 6. 1502-34  '��9 GMC 1 Ton Fltdeck, duel  whls, heavy duty, exc. cond.  Offers. 885-5407. 1506-32  '65  GALAXIE   500.   Frame  rusted   but   exc'  cond.  otherwise. Will sell all or  parts. 885-2339. 1533-32  '75 % Ton Dodge truck &  camper, ps, pb, A-l cond.,  ���_24.fHHLmi. $4 JJKLPh._88&3354._  angle blade, hysteY D4N  winch. Cariboo Tractor Parts,  Box 4268, Quesnel, B.C. V2J  3J4. Phone 992-5854.      1517-32  Pets  FREE  cross  Good with kids, 885-3882,  32  TO good home,  pup approx. 6  Lab  mos.  1496-  1540-32  REGISTERED Airdale Pups,  champion sired, whelped  April 9th. Guaranteed. $250.  with papers and shots. Keith  and Shiley Beglau,.7511 No. 4  Road, Richmond, B.C. V6Y  -2T4. Phone 27&Q349 1510-32,  Boats and Engines  Livestock  SMALL, profitable Stationery  ^and Office-Equipment and  Furniture Store in Grand  Forks, B.C. Phone 442-2064 or  442-8135 after 5 p.m. or write:  Box 996, Grand Forks, B.C.  VOHIHO. 1519-33  ^IRST CLASS Retirement  '" Special - 16 pad Trailer  Park, house, cabin rentals,  camping ground. 4.49 acres,  highway location. Dirks  Realty Ltd., Box 1700, Salmon  Arm, B.C. VOE 2T0.    , 1520-32  /vtobile-Hdmes  ���HEADWATER-MARINA-  LTD  Moorage and Marine Ways.  Down Narrows Road  883-2406 24 hours  3826-tfn  12'   BOAT   w-trailer,   '78  Johnson 20 hp w-full controls, exc. cond. 885-9692. 1420-  33  14% BOAT FG over ply, 50 hp  Evinrude, Road Runner  trlr, ready to go fishing. All  redone this spring, $900 obo.  886-9579. ���....   1426-33  HORSESHOEING. CaU Bob  -Hopkin^evesr886-9470-3300--  tfn  ONE   PAIR   of   geese,   4  goslings 1 month old, $22.  883-2527. 1489-32  Lost  ,**-  lot, complete $175.085  fireplace. Stoop in dry area  bonooth. Regi District, watt��r,  , New, cesspit, black top road.  To rent yearly on 1-0 yr. basis.  Possibly to sell ln3 years. Ph.  112 (004) 085-9017, Freehold  owner, Mrs. Alan Qrcono, 054-  . 32.',,   :.' './ v    ���-'7,':  teusJness Opporlfunt^s'  .���'-,.r-7-'-���-(-��.�� ^ ���.'''������ i ',,,'. ��� '.''','  DEALERS required now Jn  Western Canada for Frantz  Oil Cleaners. Quality Product,  Good Potential. Contact Doug  Frloacn, 2225 Coquitlam Ave.,'  Port Coquitlam., B-C. (004)  042-0030 or 433-2295.      1370-34  DAVIS HAY, 3 bdrm, bsmt.  view hojme. Large lot, 14  fruit trcps, lohg term rental If  denlrod. ; Refs. Gordon  Agencies, 1)85-2013 eves, ,085-,  #r"^* rr;~-fM��M-*  SECLUDlflD watbrfront ao-'  cotomtirtatlon  for  iho.  of'  August,    liofs.     Gordoioi  AgonclOB Ltd. 805-2013, ovos.  B85-930B., 14(13-33  CLEAN 3 BDRM Port Royal  12 x 60'. Completely mobile  with wheels, some appliances. ���  Asking only $10,800. J.pck:  Noble, 883-27.01.. H.B. Gordon  Agencies Ltd., 885-2013;. 1040-.  tfn ��� ���  , TRAILER SPACES., avail.  Selma Vista Mobile Park,  Selma Pk. Rd.-E5xcrView,  reas, rentals;  Ph.  521t2280,  .New  Westminster  af.   6:30 ,  p.ni. .      1392-32  MOBILE HOME Space?.  :���������������Limited amount of large-  treed lots now ayailable h),  both family and adult seotions  of scenic park one hour from  Vancouver at, beautiful Cultus, ���,  Lake. Call 858^3196.    .1378-32 .  NICELY    KEPT,    J0x52* '���;:  iSafeway, 2 bdrm, w-w cpt, ,  col appliances, auto washer & ,  dryer, porch,  hlt-ih, cup-  boards, drapes. 885-9870, 1422-,  ,36' ._.   7   7; ,,, ,-   ������'.'���. ;.'���;  '   "\ "* >��f^��m-m���~mmmmm.mmJmT_.mmmm,^mmmm.,mm^���mmm___m.m^n<m^,  Cahipers arid trailers  75  FORD  Econoline' Van^  , Raised roof, fully. 6am-  perized, 23,000 ml; 885-9089,  ���;. ���'  ���' .'���; ���.��� '_'.'��� ,'"���1362-32'  '71KA YOT 28 ft, 6th wheel  ; trailer. Self-contained  Secret'Cove area. With or  without truck. 885-5708.1399-32  NOMAD 24�� 1972 Holiday  ' trailer. Very nice. Like new.  $0,000.883^341.       1,190-32  fl' CABOVER, camper, 3 bnr  stove & oven,  furnace,  Icebox, $1200. 883-2250 bet 7-6  ���7pmv ' . ',������,;, '.:..,  ',   1427-337;  18' TRAVEL TRAILER, good >  ��� cond. $2900 obo. Swap or  trade. 883-2330. 1434-33  .���.''i.mW'H"iJ it\\.nm.fmmim^m^*mmm��mm^rmm^mfmmi^mimmmmmmt   ....  ,  TRil^IUM Trailer, wplght  '976 lb. St9vo, frldgo, fur-i  naco, sink) enclosed toilet/  elec. brakes, like now. $5,200.  885^008. ,1530-32  '09 21�� TRAVEL Trailer 7n  good cond., $2,750.880-7010.  .      1475*34  FOR RENT: 24 Ft, Travel ���  Trailer & sfntlon wgn. Botl��  FOR SALE  GRENFEU  21 Footer  ��� A.r��al classy boat only six  ���y��r' built; ��� N��JW Pacer  Mprlne Inboard V-8 Engine ���  Leather cockpits ��� 4 wheel  trailer,.',  Contact  De Wrtt Realty Ltd.  Suite 411-1200  ' W.Pender St.  Ph. 685rr6461  19%,' SILVERLINE, 188  .Mercruiser, FWC, full  canvas top, many extras, exc  cond. 883-9093.      7    1437-33,  MERC OUTBOARD '73; 40 hp,  manual start w-remote  control & Ride Glide steering,  2 gas tanks, less than 40 hrs in  ,ffesh water; As heW, $950.888-  2323. 1464-33  ��� 14'   RUNABOUT,   canvas  decking, 28 hp Evinrude.  both In good cond. Good boat  for fishing. 885-0901,, >40ft-33  14'  FIBREGLAS, boat  Wr  ���outboard   , mtr.     New  upholfeitery- & canvas top. A-l  ,cond..qordon, 880:7349; 147M4  , |0 FT; wbod boat. Flbrelass to  ��� water llrie. 33 hpqutbd, $000.  883-2527.,        r.   ,   1488732  i'0��,: FJfBItEGLAS boat w-  ���cabin,     full     canvas,  swimgrlds, twin 18 hp Johnson  Otbd. 883-2510, 1492-34  ���CALICO CAT - red, blk & wht,  female spayed. Answers to  "Sam". Langdale ferry term.  Collect 987-8310 or 987-5510.  1472-32  Wanted to Buv  18" SHINGLE or 24" shake  blocks to purchase on a 50-50  cutout basis. Contact Cornie,  885-9417 after 4:30 p.m.; Fred,  886-2284, 9r4. Timber marks  required. Cornel Sawmills.  Wilson Creek. 1101-tf  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  .' fir, hemlock or cedar.  'Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  1        ��� r ,r  ,i    -      -        ���     '��� '    .,         7   .      i.   , I,',,',   . ��� .7,,   .        *  CHILD'S SWING set, 885-3864.  1363-32  TRAILER    FOR ,12    ft.  aluminum boat. Ph. collect,  ". 534-4084 eves. 1401-32  WANTED: Johnson 35-40 hp  motors for repairs or one  good motor. 885-5047,    1403-32  24" CEDAR resaw shake,  blocks. Purchase on 50-50  cutout basis. 885-9494 or, 885-  2581. Timber marks req'd.  1409-36  USED BATTERIES Will pay  1505734  $2&up.B83-9375.  CASH PAID for Roe Herring  gillnet licence or will purchase licence, skiff and all  equipment. Phone ,920-8009  (collect)., ,1508-32  YOUTH'S BICYCJLK In good  cond. Plain or 3-spd; also a  12*811^1.1)001.805-2339.    1535-  ���32  ...'���.'.������    7.  ���.���������. ���  For Sale  NOW     LOCAL     Ainway  distributor   offers    op^  ?)rtunlty for good earnings- Insured and wellfeqfilhjHVM,  oil pldk tho hours, We assist. $400 per week, BOB-^ll. EVoa.  For appt, call Paul Morris: . ,iW2600.   ,           , 14V0*tfn  020-0007.                      3918-U h'-'^ ������^������7-lf  '75 07)AY 20 flbroglns keel.  ContrOboord aioob. 7.B hp  Merc, Maln,Jlb, whfflkcr polo,  winches* Vtw radlrt, stovo  tollot, 2-mnn inflatable w-  oars, pump; 150' rode, <stc,  $7,000 obo, 885-0304.      1407^13  1fl.�� AORIiJ^thdtjittrlal land In  SniiMwrslViinUlOfliromclty  ibntro. ntoar rural, route.  Cleared fonced. Older 3 bdrm  homo.. Phono 847-208t} or wrlto  ATHABASCA-, UNIJMITBD  ' PosslMHtlcs.' 0-uhlt��� Motel'  and Trailer court on OMt C-2  lptq,, $140,000.  River. Bend,, ��vwy-,����v��ylS��. n^vyv w^ ���. ���,  AgenclOs Lul., Realty Dept. 7 Box 7^3, Smithers, B.C. VOJ  Phono (403) 075-2007.    148542 ,2N0. 1478-31  '     - '  "'-'l    -:   ''   >    '���'  MU^T SBIfL. Ubftd $. 12 ft.  flbreblasa boat; oars &  'trailer, $400^ 885^770 aft; fl.  , ...)i ',f"r 1;,";��" st^1?""!'^!"!' |!'"twiJi|i" ""i" isiuss'1,1111,'...  ; 25'BOAT, Inboard, Head VR,  F,  CB,  recorder' depth  Mar  324-9  ICE CASTLES LTD.  Party lcer  Block Ice  For Ev��ry Occoalpn  WE DELIVER  Minimum Ord��r  R��qu|r��d  PHONEi  886-2641  AT LOWEST  COMPETITIVE PJHCBS  sounder.  Vancouver  883-2322.  oxtras,  Pender  1504-34  JfcSTBIM^liwltari   pro  maplowood. exc oond.: 2  elec. m��ttars and amp. OBlV  3804. 9 1304-32  MoreClaBBifleds  SeePage IW  *t  \ ���<*���  Wednesday, July 4,1979  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2794  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ���  Two - 4 acre parcels. 150' frontage each.  Your jcholce $50,000 each.  McNAUGHTON point ���  1.9 acres of choice view waterfront  overlooking Malaspina Strait. Most charming 3 bedroom home with sunken living  room, ship SsWc^V>��[^_5^ cu* stone  ~fIrepldcer /Qj��\jffuclrig up will makFthls-  retreat worlp much more than the $70,000  asking price.   -  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ���  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay. Drive-in,  takeout, groceries, 2 bedroom living  quarters with close water view. Here's a  growing business and good home In the  most sought after spot on the B.C. coast..  Like to live here wouldn't you? Call Mike  Rosse at 883-9378.  AAADEIRA PARK ���  High on a hill overlooking the harbour, Gulf  and islands Is *a large (100' x 164') lot  waiting for your inspection. The sweeping  view is unmatched and what an Investment! $12,500 for quick sale.  HASLAM CREEK WATERFRONT ���  A unique and incredibly beautiful property  of 15.acres and approx 750' of beach. Included is a 4 acre oyster lease, small cabin,  and year 'round creek. An investment to  - suit either an individual or a group at  $165,000 with terms.  MIDDLEPOINT AREA ���  "HeFe'f^=greatTpb^1brih*=f arn1ly^=r ra=l 482= --  sq ft 3 bedroom, 2 fullbathroom home on  almost 10 acres o^jVrCra sloping and well  treed soil. ThltQig^pioce has everything  -and-is-iust-3-y��rs-oloV-At-$6O,000Hhere's���  not a better investment on the Peninsula.  PART TIME ��� Why be a thumb twiddler. We  can show you a small,- growing business  currently operating 6 hrs per day, 4 days  per week. Lots of time for fishing or just  taking things easy. A small investment will  bring rewards ..,. CaJI Mike Rosse at 883-  9378.  HARBOUR SUPPLIES ��� Plumbing, electrical,  furniture and appliances. This business-  shows a.good return and is increasing every  year. No competition for miles. Perfect  operation for couple wanting to make their  future in this area. Priced to sell quickly so  don't delay, phone now for details. Jock  Hermon, 883-9978.  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  tOU. FREE FROM  -VANCOUVER;  7   689-7623  Member of Multiple listing Service  HOMES  -MADqiJRA PARK ~ 4 BR-home with view-  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipjnent storage area in back. ]dea[  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  - FRA1TOS^ENlN5UlX~^T2~~x"l4r  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  _addition.-On-2/3-:fc-acre-lot.-$28,50Qr���  "SlNCLAl* BAY ROAD ��� 3 BR view home,  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira Park, 1656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,  jantastlcjviewJwnLthii_new_homeJ==-3���storage room7 heated 34x20' swimming  new appliances, fireplace. $82,500. pool. Large lot,  level _& fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.,  =^ARBOUR=MOT��RS=s5^arKleinc)aler4"bdy="  service   station,   body   shop   and   store.  Separate small 3 bedroom home for owner.  This is a money-making situation. If you're a  -good bodyman, thislsTfrCairMiRe"Rosse at  883-9378.  John Breen - 883-9978      Mike Rosse 883-9378    Jock Hermon 883-2745  St  Real Estate & Insurance  AGENCWSLTD.  Box 238' 1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  018!  SELMA PARK ��� Luxurious custom built home has three bdrms, also  completely finished basement. Cathedral entrance Is brightened by-  mirror wall; deluxe carpeting throughout and many extra features, i.e.  builtln oven, dishwasher, etc. Exterior Is finished with vinyl siding;  property is landscaped and has a view to Trail Islands. Just a 1/4 mile to  school and located Incholce residential area. Don't fail to see this fine  home. Asking $67,000.00  LANGDALE ��� Panoramic view of Howe Sound and North Shore Mts.,  from this comfortable 2 bdrm family home. Has finished basement with  kitchen and bath facilities (In-law ste., or?). Main floor Is 1022 sq ft, has  large LR with'FP and w/w carpeting. Range, fridge and drapes Included.  Carport with paved drive; Sundeck for summer relaxation. Only $57,500.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� This we|l-bullt contemporary home has over 1040 sq  ft, is located on Hanbury Road, and has over 20 acres with all-year creek,  power, young orchard, good gardening ��� beautifully treed. Thlsproperty  offers complete seclusion and privacy. By appointment only, call John  Black for details.  SECHELT ���- 2 bdrm mobile home with large LR. Largo rec room, sundeck  and storage has been added. In first class condition with W/W  throughout. Priced at $24,000. J. Black.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3 bdrm home on Lower Road; full basement with a/o  heat; large lot 110 x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden. House  has FP In living room and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $42,000.  GIBSONS ��� Rural area, very nice 2 bdrm home with dinette, utility and  storage shed. One-half acre of property Includes trailer pad. Asking  $48,500.  GIBSONS WFT ��� Gower Point area; 2 bdrms, large living room with FP,  electric heat, full basement could be made Into rec room or extra living  area. Garage with lighted drive, beautifully landscaped. Vory choice  property. $85,000.  GIBSONS ��� Lower Village, fantastic view from LR, 2 bdrms oh main floor  with den or extra bdrm In basement, FP In living room and very good  convenient kitchen. Close to shopping, on sewer. Priced to sell at  $46,900.  GLASSFORD ROAD  $13,000.  LOTS  Nice building lot, on sewer; good residential area.  L  FIRCREST RD ��� New subdivision, lot size 61x131. Priced at only $9,700.  LOWER  GIBSONS ���  3  lots,   corner  School   Road  and   Hiway   101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  GRANTHAMS ��� three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment proporty,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 2+ acres. Nicely treed with stream. $44,000.  Evenings Call: John Black, 886-7316;  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9342  ,W *"\l7^ "���"*' ��h^s?.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major  appliances. $77,000.   ^ *<W��^n?!  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for additional $10,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR view home on  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate  garage. Close to marina. $87,500  SL .      GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  S marinas. $54,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  bdrm split level. Fireplace, sundeck &  Carport. $60,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residence with one BR  suite on Hwy 101, adjacent to Seaview  Plaza. Good investment at $53,500.  BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 2 BR view home,  built  1971.  Fireplace, double garage,  garden area. $42,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home  buitt-^f76r-Ensuiter-fireplace7--doobl  carport, landscaped lot. $56,900. __  WARNOCK ROAD ��� 1.95�� acres with  7400S^sqHtr1rtR"riolfie7A"go^d^uy_ejr  $49,500.  RONDEVIEW RQAD ���  1250^ sq. ft. 3  "63rm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck, built 1976. $65,000.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  1. MADEIRA   PARK  $8,000 - $22,000.  serviced   lots.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Por:,  poise Drive. $8,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  5; MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11,000-$! 2,750.  6^ GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250.  7. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $1T,000-$13,000.  LOTS  8. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  one    with    lakefront.    Priced    from  $10,000 to $37,500.  9. RUBY LAKE ��� semi waterfront lot,  with road access & hydro. $9,000.  SECRET COV�� ��� Lot A on Wescan Rd.  Steep, but hgs good building site &.  sheltered moorage. On sewer system.  $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 132 ft W/F in  Pender Harbour. 1.8 acres, deep  moorage. $50,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft W/F in  Pender Harbour (adjoins above  property). 1.22+ acres. Deep moorage.  $36,500.  GERRANS BAY ��� 75�� ft waterfront  with deep, sheltered moorage. A good  buy ot $35,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1,4+ acres on 75+  feet deep, sheltered waterfront. Small  beach area. $39,900.  ACREAGE  ACREAGE  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  Partially   developed   subdivision   with  Ipotentlal of 59 lots on Francis Peninsula,  Pender Harbour. $135,000.  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot, almost  one acre, Good soil, selectively cleared.  $24,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pender Harbour.  12'x20' cabin, concrete driveway,  ��32,000.  9. EGMONT ��� 11+. treed acres with  year round creek. Road access, $49,500.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1.8f acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400+ ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2 bdrm home, 1100 sq.  ft. on 9,51 fairly level, treed acres. Well.  eSOfft. frontage on Highway 101.  $49,000. ,  2, RUBY LAKE ~- 5+ treed acres, close  to'public lake accesf, $19,800,  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ���3.4 �� acres &  4+. acros, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & just a few feet to the  waterfront. Hydro, water 8, paved road.  $35,000 each.  4, Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5, Near Madeira Park -- 15 acres,  2150+, fl on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6, GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 3 semi-  lakefront view acreages, 3,92 t acres ���  $25,000., 6.03}: acres ��� $25,000. & 3,79*  acres ��� $20,000,  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY ���  ���I8.75�� acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters. 15 min.  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont. $120,000.  EARL  COVE   ���   5.57   acros,   450+   ft  sheltored   waterfront   ad|olnlng   ferry  terminal.   Excellent   slto   for   possible'  motel,   hotel,   camper-trailer   park.  $135,000.  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acros with 3B7+. ft low  bank waterlront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort. An  excellent proporty, pull price $95,000.  EGMONT ���*7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has been  [prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper pork & fishing,  resort. This Is an excellent property  ad|oinlng the Egmont Marina,  $180,000 ��� Ownor will finance at  bank Interest rate.  - 3 BR home on 5+  acres. Fruit trees, garden, View over  lake, $77,500,  TROUT FARM ��� PENDER HARBOUR, Roady  to go ��� raceways Installed to handlo  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.  GUNBOAT BAY ��� 152+ ft waterfront  with small beach area, 3 cottages, dock  and float. On 5+ acres with access from  Hwy 101. $85,000  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ~- 100+  acres, 4140�� ft. choice lakefront,  IQOOdb ft. oceanfront on Vanguard Bay.  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post A  beam cottage. Access by boat or float  plane. An excellent.buy for $140 000,  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.  i  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  I  WATERFRONT HOMES  i >.. h i ...  MADEIRA PARK ��� get yourself out ol  the. house and Into this easy-to-run  clothing business with good potential.  $23,000. plus stock.  Also available with above ~ 1,000 A sq,  ft. commercial building with room for  expansion. $53,000,  MADEIRA PARK ��� spacious 1416+ sq ft  home on landscaped lot with 78+ ft of  the best low bank sheltered waterfront  In Pender Harbour. $ 138,000,  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  ! PageB-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 4,1979  Doug Joyce  fob Bull  885-2761  885-2503  v .  -DAVlS-BAAf : $64.500 full price  3 bedroom with view, plus 2 bedroom suite.  Two 4 pee baths plus ensuite. Insulated  drive in garage. Fireplace, large sundeck &  close to beach & store. Call Jack.  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Bex 1219, Sechelt   '  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson 885-2385  Don Haddeit      885-9504  WATERFRONT  SECHELTVILLAGE $52;900  NEW-NEW-WtTH-VIEW! View from kitchen,  Jiving.-toa.m���*..v.iHD��!?sh-.JSFlH&S. JL  bedrooms, kitchen pantry, fireplace, carport, large lot. Call Bob to view anytime.  VIEW OF TRAIL ISLANDS -482,000  Luxury new West Sechelt home'. Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras. Well-  insulated) energy-conscious home' with a  fireplace that must be seen, plus, provision  for* space heater lower level. Tdstefglly  decorated with numerous ' exfrqs. - 3  -bedrooms^sunken.tubr-shower,-largeJevBl..  'garden' lot, sundecks, double carport. The-  price won't shock you once you see'it. Call  Bob-for--an=appointment7-=---=^-==-^^====^  -REDROOFFS-  -"-$377500"  -^EDROOEESJ/yAKRERCfNT -���lot. 100 x-723^Srgat^tew-with-qlf-  servkesr water, paved.road, cabievlslon, hydro. F.P. $39,000.-  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT $36,500  Large lot with.a fine beach. Fairly steep access but walk-able.  Fantastic southwest view. Nicely treed. (Stan)  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boar launchingshpway. 40O' sq ft cabin with fireplace & large deck. ���  Partly furnished. Asking'$49,000.  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Do you want a quiet waterfront retreat with no roads or cgrs? We  hove a few parcels of evergreen .forest, $ to  If) acres each.  Minimum of 250 feet of waterfront and stream thru most tots.  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. CaU  -jjg- : ��� z, . _. ,_.* 1   New waterfront 3 bdrm. home with expansive view of Georgia Strait-and Van-  ROBERTS CREEK 7 -  $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*  Poug.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Pebble Crescent -  $53,900. Complete new remodel job. Large  rancher 1515 sq ft. Close to shops and  school. Level lot too. New cupboards,  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 too I CcHI'Bob.  PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE $54,000  Like new~2 bdrm bsmt home. Good layout  with southern exposure and view. Save  money ��� extra insulation, twin seal  windows and heatilator fireplace. Call Bob:  SECHELTVILLAGE $36,900  Near new 3 bdrm modular home on clear  garden   lot   with   carport.   Price   includes'  stove, fridge, washer & dryer and is com-  -pletely furnished. Walk to shops. A bargain.  Stan.  SECHELTVILLAGE $68900.00  Panoramic view of village and Trail Bay.  . Like new spacious home with room for  everyone including home occupancy In  lower level. Features are too numerous to  mention. Check them out with Bob 885-2503  WATERFR0NT, W. SECHELT .  Pebble,beach with your own road right to  Water. 3. bdrms, 3" complete' bathrooms,������  recreation room, wine cellar and lots of  extras. View from" all living areas., One of  the better wqterfront homes on'ihe coast.  Bob., ', ���''���'  WEST SECHELT $69,500  Good buy for slie of Lot and development, of  'Iqwe'r, level of home. Newly completed  house with concrete drive and; forking.  "��� areas. Room on Lot to build'swimming pool  !6r other uses. Landscaping done complete  ��� with' lawns.. Move In. and en]oy. See with ,  ,   Bob.  '���'iM^!'*-./���'������' ��� ���-'' ~l-.-"\m^0tOSlli''- ���  SECHEtT . $47;500  Near new,, large, bright, economical three  bedroom home;, 1 .year new, 1260 sq ft.  Thermopano windows and doors, .central  fireplace, open, plan, no stairs, level lot.  Large sundeck, carport and storage. Good  value at $47,500. Call Don. .  ROBERTSCREEK $43,000  Brand new 3 bedroom home; Immediate,  possession, try your offer. Call Doug.  WEST SECHELT $72,500  Spanish split-level home, near new with all  the extra features. Double carport,  workshop, 3 baths, 4 bdrms, 2 fireplaces,,  bay window and a formal dining aroa. Good  i,.w��l |ni nffpiUs o view from the 2nd floor.  Ilia roof, 2280, sq ft. Call Bob.  ", SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedroom up,  ��� <jen   A   extra'- bedrobm   down.   Double  '��� plurtibl'ngl ' HeatlMot   flrepidcf   Irt   large  ''living/room &��� rise Toom. Stucco exterior.'  L6fae Jot wlthlp walking distance to schools  ; and;shbps���Easy terms, Call Jack..    '<^J  CREEKSIDE HOME  $68,500  SECHELTVILLAGE $63,500  Best view lot on Sunshine Heights and  large too ��� 100 x 140' ��� over 1/3 ocre,  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 A on I This home  by Knight Is worth viewing. Cqll Bob.  Qn' 6/10' acre with parklike setting,  .towering trees ft spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns, One year new expansive home  has two targe bedrooms, Separate entrance,  hall leads to a large living room with  fireplace that Invltes'g'raclous entertaining,  'A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom ft family room,  An added plus Is a 440' workshop w)��h 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy beach In  area.  ;MH*s,  _%���.    ������*>' ���  JS**"'*'  ��� hJtfiT  FULL PRICE $41,900  �� toedToom, dbt pltegrllondy Sechetr focoht,  Landscaped tot with U-drlveway. This home  Is only 3 years old, clean ft bright: Real  value. Call Jack,  .WMT.8iCHI.lI .,���.,...,'.,,.   Contemporary 2 BR home, Total oi  ft on 2 levels. Fireplace, See Doug.  AskinaMa.SQQ  1*1168 sq  "cob v��5 r~lsla nclr^Feq tu res���s h a ke~roob=^-  stainless steel 'Shaw' fireplace'& skylight.  Treed lot. Bob. 'v  WEST SECHELT: $75,000. Four bedroom  homeL 2 baths, 2 FP. auto/oll heat, sundeck  and carport .on gentle slope 1 .acre lof  - overlooking Trail Islands. Half block' to  begch access. Also has small rental cottage.  Art appointment necessary. Call Don.  SECHELT-SANDY HOOK  - $135,000  Waterfront ��� moor your sailboat at this  dock. Large cedar home with super sauna,  decks everywhere. Privacy and' expansive  view. Phone Bob for 'a viewing. This is o  unique home,  EGMONT WATERFRONTI: Excellent investment opportunity. Cjose  "to 56Q"of.vyaterfront"Wlth 5-acris &cT5 yr ofd doublewide'home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2'dn. All offers ft trades"will be'eonsidered  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be an excellent investment. Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades,  SECHELT ���SANDY HOOK   ' $135,000  Waterfront - Moor your sailboat at this dock. Large cedar home with  super sauna, decks everywhere. Privacy & expansive view. Phone  3ob4er-a viewing. This Is a unique home.  ACREAGE  REDROOFFS ACREAGE; 3 1/2 acres subdlvldable -all facilities including- power.-Could e _4-5Jots. _Very-jreosonabie_pr]ce1._F,P^  $29,250. Call Stan.  LOTS  DAVIS BAY: $19,900 full price. 90' frontage orr paved dead end  street. Underground telephone ft cablevision. Large view ��� a one  of a kind. See Doug.  ROBERTS CREEK'--$18.5007 Prlvacy-lrnthe treeis on this 1.3 acre  parcel-with gentle  slope towards the sea. Hydro, phone and  reg.'wafer at road. Call Don.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660*. Wilt 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.  Nicely.treed. Good access. No logoble timbers. F.P. $25,900.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ��� Good investment for the patient. 200 x  1000 ft. of Highway frontage. Good access and a small stream for  water. FP $22,900,  MADEIRA PARK ������ $21,000. Over 3/4 acre, almost level with view  through Pender Harbour. Just 400 feet to water's edge. Close to  rriarlnaT OrTpaved road wltrT hydro, phone and water along road.  Call Don. ' ,   liss   ��� ��� ���       ii- m ��������� *������ i   i    -i ��� ������  ���i.i���  ..  VILLAGE, PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT ��� $12,500. Save some trees ft  have a garden on this level Lot.-Easy walking distance to all shops.  Price now only $12,500. Call Don.  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy in parklike settlng-wlth 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.  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price���Sechelt Village. Just under 5  acres with an attractive view ond lots of garden soil. Treed property  wltfr a devetop6d-well=and~gdod~road' access. Partly cleared. Call"  Stan.  SANDY HOOK LOT ��� $10,300. Approx 70 x 127' with shed on.  Hydro, phone & water on paved road. Close to boating & fishing.  Call Don.  BUSINESS BLOCK  ~REDROOFFS-l/27ACRET-Treed'ft 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some alder for firewood. Easy access from  the road and excellent topsoil. Serviced with power & water. FP  --$ 12,500 ��� .   A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelts best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra.  GOING CONCERN:.Small trailer pprk, 4 pads and lots of roonfcJo?, f  expansion, 2.41 acres of land, some trees. Wilson Creek location. ���*  Very convenient. FP $60,000.  SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRKI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS �� TRADE  Both of these sites are Ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  dryers In one location, 7 dryers and 14 washers In 2nd location. All  equipment In top condition: Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further Information,  call J. Anderson 885-2053 Vane 684-8016  <P  ROBERTSCREEK $15,000  Country Lots ��� 4 to choose from. These Lots are 1/2 acre or over,  close to school, store, golf course and beach access. Call Bob.  * ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lotjclose'to beach & golf  7. course. Quiet 4rea7mobile home permittedAFP $11,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view tots, eachM, 18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each.  ���  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $13,500.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Clpse to 1/2 acrei Level.building lot.. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check ft compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.    77 ���  :'7'';,V7,;:HpMES, 7,  WEST-SECHELT, HWY 101   . ; $149^00  Move Into this spacious comfortable home and enjoy a great view of  the T.rall 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.  GIBSONS SEA VIEW: $14,000 fuli price! Small 3 room cahlri on 60'  .view lot. 2 blks to bbat launch. Landscaped, fruit trees, Water &  sewer at lot line, Power In. Real Investment! Call Jack.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Vlllaige��� 62,5 x. 120'; Ready for.  bulldlrtg, Owner, will trade as part down payment]oh home. ���Value.  .$12,500.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view, of Trail/Island. FP$15,500.  WILSON      CREEK $11,500 ea.  Secluded building Lots located or> d quiet dead end street. The Lots  are 150 x 70', easy to develop.and flpt with sortie trees. Close to a  good beadi. In area of new.homes. (Stan)  ROBERTSCREEK; 7 ,   , $29,900  Privacy, trees; grass, and, a quiet area with no highway noise, three  bedroom single wide wlthlots of storage & closets, Heated by earth  stove With oil hot qlr'as backup. Call Bob for details.  SELMA' PARK ��� $15,000..) 976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home, All new w/w Includes triply axles, tires ft wheels, hitch,,  stove ft fridge and.3 bods. This unit cannot be told from new. (See  Doug). 7    ,'������':������' ' ",.' "'  .-.Sli-.     II    -,     ,1   SI IIS���������. BL- Hl-ll���l-ll��� LI��� -I.I.���1��,     ,,         ,.   ,���  NUMBER 19TSAWCOME: a cozy,, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroom  homeclose to the bl|ach at' Ghqpmqn .Creek. Not stairs, olectrlc  heat, double glazing, Government prepaid lease has 19 years to  run. FP $32,000,  , SECHELT VILLAGE - $49,900. NEW 3bdrm, Village, walk t6 shopping  ��� corport, llreplace, wood exterior, bsmt. Compare prices and buy .  this one. Call Bpb.  HOPKINS LANDING. View lot close to ferry ��� area of new homes  priced to sell dt $13,000. Call.Bob.   ���  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90, Close tq marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK -f- take ypiir choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 ft $8,1.50. Owner wli| look at reasonable offers to  these low prices, '-..',  SECHELT VIUAGE: Sunshine Helqhts' Lot 67 x 125' In a district  containing some line new homes. Level and easy to clear. All  services, $2,000 down andeaiy monthly payments. FP $10,900,  i -    i ������    ���     ���    r   -     i ��� ���   '     ������    ��� .     ''   i'      -    ,    '   i i ui  i i t i  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In qulot residential area, 55 x  163' zoned Rli. Mobile homes permitted, Asking $10,500.  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', treed, level.; Services along paved road,  Asking $10,5,00. Call Don. 7     ,  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phqse I subdivision Is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  1/2 miles west of.Secholt Village. Hydro, telephone and regional wafer serves the sub-  dlvlslort. Tho lots are wooded and love)'to gently sloping. IPartlcMlars of thtt subdivision pre  Included In the prospectus���ask for your free copy.  / PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 31���SOLD Lot 38��� '$1.1,900 Lot 46 ~ $11,150  Lot 32 ��� SOLP Lot 39 ��� SOLD (.of 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 33 ���SOLD Lot 40 ���$11,600 l<it 47 ~: SOLD  Lot 34���$11,600 Lot 41 ��� $12,700 Lot 48 ��� SOLD .  Ut 35 ���SOLD Lot 42��� $15,500 lot 49-7- SpLD A*'   ' " ��� ^  ���$    ,>  XM 36 ��� $11,900 Lot 43 ��� SOLD Lot 50 ��� SOLD r/.\V "       ^ A/  /o^'^^>- Lot37~$,2,75�� ' /���.'Urf'44,'-,.S0^D ' ' A.^r  .'$y :* *>*$(  *   ��^w'/S    '*/ '''i?>. .. 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Sale  For Sale  MUSKOL INSECT repellent  . ���. proved best. 100 pet.  active; Wipe-on, virtually  odorless. 50, ml bottle $4.50  postpaid. Siskon, Sales, Box  310, Brackendale, B.C. V0H  1H0. Ph. 898^98. 1454-32  If this is  ajl that's  left of the  bicycle...  . POOL TABLE w-deces. avail  end of July; chainsaw; 1  door,, inside, or out; double  glass new window w-screen;  single bed; lawn edgenBest  offer. 885-2571..    7     .1473-32  COOKBOOKS, by  Derksen  Printers. Tae Mennonite  "Treasury of Recip.es' -. 224  pages, spiral' bound, $6:50  postpaid.- Carillon Centennial  Cookbook - Soft.cover, $2.50  postpaid. Carillon Festive  Foods Cookbook - Soft cover,  $2.50 . postpaid; Derksen  Printers, Steinbach, Man.  R0A2A0.     . *��� 148042  5-TON BEEBEE'- Winch- on'  Keats' Island, .$350. Weekdays 886-2120,988-3812. .1487-34  2-MAN INFLATABLE dinghy  w-motor support, floor &  paddles, $45. 123'x 5' heavy  industrial grade chain- link  rfeneeT^150.~885-9245.-1491-32-  NEW 24" propane grill & new  24", propane boiler." New ,  elec. table model meat saw.  New 100-cup coffee urn.- New .  propane, pot stove.   UseU '"  double-deck baking.oveh. New -  propane hot water heater. 40-  w 175 amp; generator, gas or  propane.   1977, -30' .Terry '  trailer, new cond, $12,000/sell'  -or-trade���for���boat���of���equal-lvalue. Ph. 883-9673. ���'   1��M  ALUM. stotii-screen' .door,  $20; elec. motors frbni one-  sixth to two-third HP, $20-$35;  elec. 620-u turntable, .$50;  wood-frame opening -window  32" x 45", $20; four 8.75 x 16.5  halfworn truck tires. $20 ea.,.4  for $75.885-2339.       '    1534-32  SEKINE 5-speed with  following features: radio,  speedometer; headlight,  flashing left-right indicators,  built into front console. Front  disc brake, electronic horn.  Jtear_cnnsole:_Jbrake_Jight,..  LET'S TRADE  APPLIANCES  ���OfftlEW+IOTPOlNT^  AT MACLEODS, 7  AT     ,  MACLEODS, SECHELT  ...sell it in  Classified  and inflate  your money  .supply!  CAUL THE  Peninsula ^fttnei.  885-3231  TODAY!  1 USED WHT.' toilet, $20;  - heavy duty equalizer, hitch  complete; $80; 1 Monarch  sump pump, new $85. AU in  exc. wkihg order. 885-3981'.  '"    "^ . 1493-21  27' SLOOP F-G Hull, all teak  decking & trim throughout.  Built to exceed 'Lloyd's of  London' specifications. Sleeps  6. Excellent cond. Moored  Jolly Roger marina, $21,900.  885-9457.885-2973. 1499-32  OLDER MODEL Sweden Soft  Icecream machine in good  working cond., $100 firm.  Write Box 1720, Grand Forks,  B.C. V0H 1H0 or phone 442-  2322 daytime only; -1513-32-  flashing leftrrigHt indicators.  19" frame -26" wheels,  shimaho 500 dergiler. Exc.  Cond. Current value $279, will  sell $150. Also 1 Eliminator 3-  speed boy's. Mint. Cond. 19"  frame 24" .wheels, $80. 886-  2989 Mark. 34"  CEMENT MIXER, clean, like  new elec. motor, $220; table  saw and jointer comb. 9" saw,  4" jointer and motor 1 Tip,  $250; wood or coal heater,  clean, new-looking, heavy  cast brick lining, etc., must be  seen, $300; power plane!  Craftsman, like new, $85; set  chrome horns, $80 value, $25;  super mini Homelite saw, 16"  Bor., $75: Ph. 885-9347. 1539-32  FRIDGE, good working order, $25.885-5501, Sat., Sim.,  Mon. 141Q-31  COBRA ROCK drill, 3 drills,,  chisel, post .hole digger,  $600; Vaughn drag saw, mint  cond, 2 blades, offers? 2 Stihl  chainsaws, 041 and 051 $275  ea; Tommy Moore block, $25;  boom auger, drills 5', has 8 HP  Wisconsin, $300; set of  fairleads for winch, $50. 885-  "3*297^ 141533"  8x4  POOL TABLE,  2  sets  balls,-scoreboard &"cues."  Good cond. $175.886-9579.1425-  33  UTILITY TRAILER, $225;  mans 10-speed bicycle, as  new, $100; hand lawnmower,  $20; ladies clubster golf cart,  $30; mans golf cart, $25. 885-  3549. 1433-31  SHUFFLEBOARD table 11'  long, $75; fridge 5'x24", $40;  3 dresses, $15; good for  summer cabin; 2 hyd. jacks,  $10 & $7. All in excel shape.  885-2898. 1439-31  LADIES, Mens, Children?,  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  9 x 12 x 1xk FT. tourist tent &  various camp equip; 1 pr.  men's & 1 pr. ladies skates.  -885=3123: 1494-32-  SAVE JTTME _awLMoney_L  YJrder alf The paperbacks  you want from the comfort of  your home at savings up to 50  per cent. Write for catalogue.  Cubbyhole Books, PO Box  94343, Richmond, B.C. V6Y  2A8.  ��� 1512-32'  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x85 - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Pk 522-3328. 346��tf  GARDEN PESTICIDES  & CHEMICALS  now sold at  MACLEODS  Sechelt   1468-31-  M  FIX UP TIME!  Set us for  SEE US ABOUT  }_ CARHsT_  SECHELT CARPET CORNER  [across from RX.M.P.]  885-2283 Ask for John  _. ���FOR SALE  White sewing machine $100,  Fridge $75. 6"x30" step) office  desk $125, Sharp tape  calculator EL 1058 $65, 2 steal  office chairs $15 each,  Demand Feed Propane water  heater $75, Auto radio to fit  new Ford $40, Assorted  propane lights, heaters &  fittings, Marine head, tool  box, Brother Knitting machine  $100. AN prices . include  delivery on the Coast.  885-3903  24" RANGE, $50.  ���eottager88$33l  Good for  TANDEM BIKE for sale. $175  or open to offers. 886-8368.  1407-32  For Quick Results  Use-TTmes-Adbrlefs  Coast crafts  of batik  "Batik is an exciting and magical  medium," says Gower Point, Gibsons  batikist Evi Blueth. She recently set up a  small workshop in her home where she  practices the new techniques that she just  learned in Indonesia. Preparing original  , designs and producing them on cotton with  ���permanenVdyes-isTto~her��� an exciting  alternative to buying . commercial  unimaginativelyrprihted fabric.  Evi began her batik research- in Quebec  six years ago. She learned how to make  natural dyes and various wax concoctions  but eventually found synthetic aniline dyes  to be more practical and more permanent.  She set up a workshop in Montreal where  she produced batik wall hangings, lamp  shades, curtains, pillows, clothing and silk  scatves.', Various shops displayed her  creations including decor stores and  clothing boutiques. Craft fairs in both  Quebec and B.C. were another important  outlet for her wares/  The seprets of Indonesian batik became  Increasingly interesting to JM the more  she studied the craft. It seemed impossible  to learn to work as skillfully and intricately as the Javanese yidthout being  able to study and observe their techniques.  So during the autumn of '78 Evi travelled  to Jogyarkarta, Java where she lived and  studied for three months:  She found it fascinating to see how the  Javanese artists work. They sit cross-  legged on a straw mat outdoors over a  EVI BLUETH at her craft  ���*��,  steaming wax pot.. The dyeing process is  done near, the well where buckets of water  are laboriously drawn to fill the, various  dye vats. Despite the tedium and the heat,  they sit patiently for hours, waxing in  traditional Indonesian batiks that  illustrate stores Jn the Ramayana, a  religous book of anecdotes. Although their  environment is simple and they have no  modem conveniences, their results are  outstynding. They us? eppper tools called  tjan-tlngs with assorted sized spouts to  allow a steady, flow of wax with which  they create amazing details.  Tho work "batik" Is Indonesian and  means "wax writing". Briefly the process  involves applying melted wax so it  penetrates specific portions of the fabric,  portions of that colour aro waxed and held  until the desired colour scheme is  achieved. When tho article Is completed  all the wax is removed by a boiling  process. ������'���'.-�����' ���;-���,  :*<���������'-<��� ���  You may often recognize batik by its  characteristic crackle; or vetoing, that  appears throughout the design and unifies  the colours and composition. This natural  effect that occurs as tho dye seeps In  between the cracks gives an impression of  texture that one never sees in commercial  prints.  Batik is an exciting medium due to its  versatility, and unpredictability. It is  always a big surprise to find out what lies  beneath the thick layers of wax.    .  Evi's designs vary though she prefers  to do abstract fantasies where she makes  full use of batik effects. She has done a  series of extinct' animals including  dinosaurs, brontosauruses and dodo birds.  Dragons ahd other mythological creatures  capture her imagination and she produces  many wall hangings with original dancing  beats. Geometric and floral designs  decorate the loose fitted cotton clothing,  she batiks. Soon she is hoping to use batik  to illustrate stories or poems by making'  several large . panels, each one  corresponding to a particular idea.  Evi gave a seveh^weeks course through  Continuing Education at the Craft Studio  on North Road and plans to begin another  in the. autumn. In the meantime anyone  interested In private lessons during the  summer may contact her at 880-7130 or  880-7007.  INDONESIAN EXCELLENCE  NEW ON MARKET  PrestigeWATIRFRONT home In GARDEN BAY ESTATES, Qualify  constructed cedar home has large sundeck and 38' float to  accommodate luxury yacht. Offered for sale at $150,000, Rita  Percheson,  Cwntury W����t R��al  IlfafiTT978] Ud.  Wharf Rd; Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3Ao IIS.1271  1i7:cl.:.  Wednesday, July 4.1979  The Peninsula Times    Page B-5  Wednesday, July 4.1979 The Peninsula Times    Page]  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886*2277   \J and. LAND development ltd  <~Q) R.R. 2*Gibstins, B.C. VON 1V0  C0NVEYANCING*REAL ESTATE CONSULTING*APPRAISALS*NOTARY PUBLIC  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  6824513  s2l  HOMES  HWY 101 & ARGENT RD: In the heart of  Roberts Creek. 8/10 of an acre of nicely  treed, gently sloping land. With 600 square  feet two bedroom home presently heated  with wood burning-heater, but wired for  220 volts. Second dwelling permitted and  could be'built behind existing building.  $24,900.  LOOKOUT AVENUE:. Near new three  bedroom home In good condition on large  view lot In new subdivision just past the  Sunshine Coast Arena In Sechelt. Boating  facilities close by. Owner is transferred ond  [ you may have Immediate posstusjirin  $51,900.  WILLIAMSONS LANDING: This beautiful  summer or year-round luxury home must be -  seen to be believed. A 200 foot high and  low tide dock make this the home for the  boater. Fishing, water skiing, and pleasure  boating all out the front door on 100 feet of  your own. .78 acres of waterfront property.  Beautiful 1280 square feet A-frame house  features three bedrooms with loft and part  finished basement. 25 x 8 sundeck  overlooks Howe Sound. Large guest cottage  with fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and  sundeck. $97,500.  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: Affordable housing  available in Gibsons. This new double wide  mobile is fully furnished. Two bedrooms,  built-in china cabinet in dining room, wall to  wall carpeting. Fridge and stove. Carport  and good dry storage in crawlspdce. Fully  landscaped. Call or come in and discuss the  easy financing. {47,500.  LOOKOUT DR: Overlooking Porpoise Bay  this near new 1200 square feet basement  home has everything a family would want  for comfortable living and more. Four  bedrooms, full bath plus ensuite, convenient utility room upstairs and plenty of  cupboards and cabinets. Situated on a  completely landscaped lot in quiet  residential area, Other features include  huge rec room, two fireplaces, twin seal  windows and screens. Priced for a quick  sale. $49,900.  WHARF RD: Executive home. Large Spanish  style home. Deluxe .in every respect.  Finished on two floors with quality workmanship and materials. Large sundeck and  carport plus separate heated double  garage. Large lot" mostly landscaped.  $90,000.  REDROOFFS ROAD: WATERFRONT Wind  your waydowrt a gently sloping path to a  158 feet of your own waterfront property.  At tow tide, a beautiful sandy beach for the  kids to play, swirri and water ski. From your  large living room window the most spectacular view you have ever seen: Watch the  large ships and pleasure craft churn their  way; through Welcome Pass. This unbelievable view takes In Halfmoon Bay,  Welcome Pass and Thornby Island. This well  built, ' single storey home features  beautifully landscaped grounds and is  mostly in huge trees for complete privacy.  This beautiful home must be seen to be  believed. $109,500.  1286,HEADLANDS ROAD: This .three  bedroom home is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching ramp. Great living room for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4  mortgage. $42,900.  TRICKLE COURT: Brand new three bedroom  ranch style home. Features double carport  plus storage area. 5 foot overhang soffits  and bevelled cedar siding. Inside there ls a  spacious kitchen, with separate utility and  mud room. Living room has heatilator  fireplace with stone facing. All with view  potential. $49,900.  CRUCIL RD: Big faniily I 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.  PARK ROAD:.Three bedroom home on 5  acres in Gibsons. A good holding property.  $74,900'.  DAVIDSON RD: Three bedroom home on  quief, cul.de sac In very nice area. Op_}/___  GRANTHAMS: Unobstructed million dollar  view from this well maintained 2 bedroom  home. Has in-law suite ,in basement.  Located on Elphinstone, with sign on. Phone  to view. $49,500. *>  acre with partial view. Full basement, 18 x  10 sundeck. Under New Home Warranty  Plan^ $54,900,  DAVIDSON RD;-Langdale. Exciting-multilevel contemporary home on large treed  view lot located in quiet -area and offering  privacy ond seclusion. Many outstanding  features such as high ceilings, skylights,  stone and brick fireplaces with heatilators,  quality carpets, sauna (unfinished). Dream  kitchen with sunlight ceiling, custom  cabinets, deluxe bullt-jn appliances, "green  house" window. Sundecks and patios for  outdoor entertaining. Nicely landscaped  with lush lawns, flowerbeds and vegetable  patch. Only a skip and a jump to the  Langdale ferry terminal. Excellent financing  at only 10.1/4%. A must see for the city  escapee. $85,000.  CENTRAL AVE: Granthams. Beautiful home  on double wide lot. Million dollar view of  Keats & Howe-S6uh~a~Dinlng   room   hos  GRANTHAMS:   Beach"' hdOse   locdted~at~  Granthams on a sandy beach with good  summer moorage in front. House has three  bedrooms, large kitchen, living room and_  full bath. Just pay $38,500 ond assume  lease. $38,500.  JOHNSON & FORBES: This brand new three  bedroom Rancher must be seen to be appreciated. Features large family room,  fireplace, attached garage, utility room, top  quality wall to wall carpeting, bathropm  access from master bedroomancLJargelot-  ready for landscaping. Close to the ferry  terminal. Must sell quickly! $47,000-    ���  TRltKLEBROOK DRIVE: In the VI Mage of  Gibsons. Three bedroom mobile home with  two full bathrooms, Fully skirted and set up  ready for you to move In.Situated on nicely  treed lot, on sewer. Close, to schools and ���  shopping. May be purchased on rent.to own  basis. $29,900..  POPLAR LANE: Only one block from schools  and shopping with 2084 square feet of  finished home. This split level custom home'  features heatilator fireplace, 2-1/2 baths, (3  piece ensuite off the master bedroom) with  7x8 walk-in closet. 20 x 17 family room  opens on to a large sundeck with wraparound benches. Concrete driveway leads  up to double fully enclosed gafage. Many  special features that must be seen. $69,900.  J>AVIS_&_ SHAW;. A_Gold__MedalM,on Jour__  bedroom home. Three levels of luxurious  living. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two  hot Water tanks. Family room, rec room and  utility. Double glazed windows and  separate entrance to basement. $57,000.  1597 SARGENT ROAD: Imagine I Absolute  -pFivacy-in-you4UargeJ)eaut4fuJtyJandscaped_  back   yard  with   fruit   trees   etc,   and   a  spectacular view of the ocean  from  the  front. All this right in the heart of Gibsons.  "Close tcrschoolsr^hopping etcrimmaculate-  _three bedroom well-built home with  1/2  basement, fireplace and sundeck. Priced to  sell $58,000.  POPLAR LANE: Sunny location on popular  Poplar Lane. Three bedrooms, plus ensuite,  huge kitchen, with large dining area. Lots of  room for expansion. The whole family will  TTncTThemselves Within walking distance to-  schools, -shopping and recreation. $48,500.  1292 HEADLANDS RD: Beautiful, well built  home in quiet neighbourhood. Close to boat  launch and bay area. Large brick fireplace  with, heatilatpr. Basement has plumbing  fixtures already in for second suite or rec  room. Carport, storage and workshop.area.  Two sundecks. 'Beautiful garden and land  sliding doors opening onto the balcony  Revenue with suites currently rented at  $250 and $200. Perfect ^investment. Priced  to Sell.  HWY 101 ���WILSON CREEK: One bedroom  home with great potential as revenue or  starter home. Over onehalf acre of incredible land, 80 x 300. level and ideal for a  garden. Dedicated road at back of  property. $27,900.  KEARTON RDj. For the horse lovers. An  excellent four bedroqm home, featuring  livingroom with fireplace, family room  dining area and brand new kitchen. Two  sundecks and large patio. All 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  in rear. On regional water. $75,000  WILSON CREEK: One bedroom home with  __gteaf_patential_as_reyenue__or_ startec home*.  Over one-half acre of incredible land, level  with super ..growing soil. $27,900.  POPLAR LANE: Large three bedroom home,  master with ensuite. Living room with  California Sandstone fireplace. Walking  distance-.to,, stores, .schools,, sports and  recreation. $59,500.  scaping,  $59,500,      $46,900.  ^HILtCRESTRtorCutff;tWirbBdrooTrrholJs^rc>rr-|  large, lot. Separate workshop. Low down  payment if you>quallfy for Government 2nd  mortgage. $29;500.  PRATT RD: New on the market. Lovely ranch  style, three bedroom, 1212 square feet  home. Large level, lot 75 x 143'. Cedar  feature wall in living room. Close to new  elementary   school.    Owner   transferred.  LOTS  9  5  POPLAR IANE: Beautiful flat building, lot  with, view of North Shore Mountains.  Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac only  one block to Sunnycrest Shopping'Centre  and schools. All services Including sewer.  Adjacent to grass playing field. $16,900.  SKYLINE DRIVE: Irregular shaped- lot with  great view of Village, the Bay, wharf ahd  boats. Ah area of very nice homes; 100 feet  on Skyline Drive. Approximately 180 feet In  depth. $13,500.  GRANDVIEW &HEAD: View' lots, all services/ ready to;bulld on; Close to ocean  beach access and close to Gibsons. Priced  from $13,500.  BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large  view lots ii) quiet cul de sac. All services,  easy cartopboat launching, pnly one block  from the beach and Chaster Park. Priced  from $14;900.  SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: Large lots, most  have 100' frontage with 150 depth in quiet,  rural  setting,  All  lots  nicely  treed With  I southern exposure. 1-1/2 blocks to schools  j and shopping centre, Priced from $13,900.  I SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Beautiful view lots.  | Two to choose from, $11,500 each.  I GOWER POINT ROAD: Large view lot. Has  | been cleared at one time. Power and water  j at front of lot. $16,500.  j GRANTHAMS LANDING; Private setting  I with concrete driveway to building site,  I Panoramic view of Howe Sound Islands and  North Shore Mountains. You can hear the  I waves as you watch them lap up on the  | shore. Building site I* cleared and repdy to  I go. $16,900.  I OOWER A MABEL RD; Large seml-waterfront  I view lots. In quiet rural area. Short walk to  . the beach, In Cedar Grove School district.  I Ideal for housing or a hedge against In.  | flatlon. Buy and Invest now, Priced from  j $18,900,  j SCHOOL ROADi Three view lots 73 x 110,  I On ��ewer\ Three blocks from schools and  j shopping centre, Cleared for building.  I $16,000, each,  j SMITH RD; Cleared view lot close to jerry  I terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  I lot with good building site, $14,000,  I COACH RD; Roberts Creek. Large lot 70 x  | 270 In qu|et rural subdivision, Ready to  I build on, Owner Is anxious to sell and offers  j excellent terms. Asking price $12,000. Try  j $2,900 down payment, $190 per month <S>  I 12% Interest.  OOWER PT Rp at Mth; Nearly 1/2 acre of  view properly, Approximately 80 x 290. R2  toned with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property,  Partially cleared, Close to Gibsons and  close to the beach. $17,900.  COCHRANE ROAt):,Good building lot 65 x  130. Close fo, shopping  and the ocean.  . Sewer easement of 10" on s.e, side of the  lot. $12,500. :.     ������   . '.  SMITH RD: Good view lot 125 x 165 with a  good building  site  and  an  unobstructed,  ocean view, $14,5007 :��� ,.     ���'  ABBS RD: View of. the Bay area and Georgia  Strait is yours from this beautiful lot in area  qf elaborate homes, Two blocks to schools  and shopping. $19,900,  GLASSFORD ROAD: This must be the.best  buy on 1he> market, 63 x 160, Cleared,  sewer and water connected. Culvert and fill.  Ready to build. $10,000.  BURNS RD; Good building lot, 65 x 130 on  flat.land In Gibsons Village. Four blocks  from Post Office, stores and transportation.  Lightly treed. Three blocks from ocean,' All  sorvlces available! $1 l.OOOv  SKYLINE DR: This 70x59x131x122 foot lot  with expansive view of the Bay area and  Gibsons Village Is very well priced,  $11,500.  COMMERCIAL  ���~���������^-~-������  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT ��� Excellent business  Investment' on the Sunshine Coast. This  grocery and sundry store Is located In the  heart of Hopkins Landing, just minutes to  the Langdale ferry. Ideally situated on 90  feet of level, walk-out WATERFRONTAGE,  being the only commercially zoned property  In this area,, the land Itself Is extremely  valuable. Aside from store profits there Is  additional revenue from other sources, such  as collection of wharfinger fees from the  government wharf ad|olnlng this property,  plus post office and an upstairs revenue  suite. This . Is an , Ideal husband-wife  situation. Always wanted to be your own  boss, then don't miss this opportunity.  ACREAGE  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES; In Gibsons  Village on North Road, Lots for single wtdes,  double wldoi 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.  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  view lots, An area of new and varied  homes. These lots offer themselves to many  different building locations, En|oy privacy  and the vlewiof Howe Sound, Priced from  . $12,900.  SCHOOL �� WYNOART ROAD?: Only 4 of  these Duplex lots left. Beautiful view  properties overlooking the Bay. Close to  schools and shopping. All lots perfectly  suited to slde-by-slde or up-down duplex  construction. Priced at $19,300 and  $16,500,  HWY 101 �� ARGENT RD; 6/10 qf an acre of  treed land in Roberts Creek two block* from  the 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, $14,900,        ,  DAVIDSON ROAD; 2/5 of an acre with a'  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge. This lot  , hoi a small creek on the very back,of the.  property. All new homer in fhli area.'  $14,900,  TUWXNEKi 00 x 140 lot only one block to  beach., Full view ol the Inlet. Piped community water available, $9,900.  SCHOOL RD: 1.56 acres ad|acent to tho  elementary' sdhool. Could be subdivided to  lots. On sewer and all services. $58,000,  HWY 101: Approximately 16 acres, 2nd  growth trees, level, great for a hobby farm,  Close to Gibsons. Good holding property  and priced at only $4,000 per acre, See this  now, Large acreages are getting scarce,  $64,000.  CHASTER RD: Two acres of nicely treed,  level land across the street from Cedar  Grove School, Zoning allows subdivision  into 1/4 acre lots. Excellent for hobby farm  or Investment. $30,000. ���  ARGENT RO: 2.7 treed acres In the heart of  Roberts Creek. 5 lot subdivision has been  approved. , Excellent soil and drainage,  Perfect for hobby farm or holding property.  $34,900,'  MIDDLEPOINT HIGHWAY 101; ��\7 acres  vacant land located on Highway 101,  Mlddlepolnt, 30�� miles from Gibsons.  Logging road, not In use, through property.  Average subdivision sUe permitted 1/2  acre, Southerly exposure and good view,  . $38,300,  MIDDLEPblNT HIGHWAY 101: .+20 acres  with Insulated cottage just> remodelled,  Located on Highway 101 In Mlddlepolnt  ����0 miles from Gibsons, Average subdivision size permitted 1/2 acre. Cottage  has all services, southerly exposure and  view from higher elevation at rear,  $49,500.  HIGHWAY 101: 21 acres of gorgeous treed  property on Highway 101 .directly across  from the Sunshine Coast Golf Course, Al-C  lonlng permits subdivision, domestic Industry, all types ol animals, agriculture,  campsite, public or commercial outdoor  recreation, drive-In theatre etc,  $99,000,  LORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  JONMcRAE  885-3670  ANNEGURNElf  886-2164  CHRIS KANKAIHEN  885-3545  ARNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  JAYVISSER  885-3300  0AVE ROBERTS  8868040  STEVE SAWYER  885-2691  i PageB-S The Peninsula Times  July 4,1979  885-3295  ALL TYRES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza, Gibsons .Eves: Call  886-2000 Norm Peterson 886-2607  or Dennis Suveges 886-7264  Van. Direct.  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Acreage  Where Real Estate is serious���'but a pleasure  ^JOSTtiSTED : Ly���; ���- : -  Homes  ���.u  HAND-BUILD HOME  FOR SALE  Offered by owner-builder, a unique three bedroom, three  level family home of 1700 finished square feet on five  private oOes In Robert's Creek. With oak floors', extensive  ' clear cedar pane1lrngT^b^bT'ciadl<wmrb1rth^ltch��n~cup^-  boards with maple biitcherblock counter-tops and- mobile  island, electric heat with enterprise wood range back-up,  tnermopane and leaded windows, 2x6~wall construction, R20  wallsand R40 ceilings. One acre cleared for pasture, young  orchard,, well'treed with some timber, large garden areas,  delicious well water,, wood-fired traditional sauna, potential  ��� guest cottage. ' ' -  Asking '89,504  Phone Grant Wickland for an app't  886-7702  WHARF  "The Property  Movers".  885-5171  DAVIS BAY  VIEW HOME DAVIS BAY - ��� L-156  Excellent location, ideally suited for large family. 3 bedroom,  full basement with games room, recreation room with fireplace.  Large living room with fireplace, big master bedroom with  _ ensuiteitoJlat-T.wo iwr_cgrpprt_wi_th_sundeck above. Level landscaped lot with hothouse. To view by appointment only ���FP  $69,900. Call Pat, 885-5171.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME   . 1-149  Now is a nice-time to enjoy the view of Georgia Strait., This  quality built 4 bedroom, 1200 sq ft home would be great to move  Intoi now, with its rumpus; room and 2 stone fireplaces. Need  room for an outdoor party? No problem with the 2 sundecks you  cah entertain oJI summer. FP $66,000. Call Pat, 885/5171.  PAViSBAV 7; H67  EaH./Lina^rt^^edroom homeTiarge-livingrroorn, on:'  the-. loveliest.' landscaped    lot    in    the    area.  Blacktopped driveway to garage, close to excellent  beach at Davis Bay. For*- appointment to view call  Pat, 885rSt7l. FP $48,0007  I WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL THE. PEOPLE WHO HELPED US  CELEBRATE CANADA'S BIRTHDAY ON JULY 1st. Chairman of  Secholt CanaWwi*k:tornmlirtee.':".  >������..'���  7   .-J\ hs^h"^"'  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  SunshineCoast"  PAT MURPHY  885:9487  TREV GODDARD  886-2658  NEW ON MARKET  FAMILY LIVING      NO. 4134  Well appointed three bedroom family home is situated In.  landscaped, nice garden, playground area for the younger  set. The large recreation room and extra bedroom oh the  lower level give room for entertaining. The lovely view can  be en|oyed from'the large sundeck. Special features Include  heatilator fireplace, wood heater, workshop, carport, central  vacuum system, outdoor speakers and many other dellghful  features make this home a must to see. Priced to sell at  $6,8,900. Call LARRY or RLltH MOORE, 885-9213 eves.  CENTRAL WELL BUILT HOME  DOLPHIN STREET   NO. 4128  Located across from Hackett Park w^cHrfetocks from shopping centre of Sechelt, Has a full leve|faJMj>��lf contained 2  bedroom (I ensuite) home with a 3rd accessible to the main  level but down the cathedral entrance. The lower level has.  fireplace, llvlng-dlning combo, kitchen, toilet, shower and  basin plus one bedroom, self contained as well as accessible  from moln floor area, Pleased appointment a necessity I Full  price $69,500. "TINY BOB" 865-9461 eves.  ROBERTS CREEK $89,500  5 acres of beautiful bottom  land with a southern exposure. Large organic  vegetable garden, fruit trees  and pasture areas, PLUS a  custom built 1700 sq. ft. three  storey 4 bedroom home.  Quality and craftmanship  have created an inspiring  living space. Leaded . glass  -win dows-p-cedar���f in i sh ing-|  inside, paykay floors. A  sauna.outside that.will seat  10. people. An outbuilding  which could be converted into  p guest cottage'. This property  must be seen if you are  looking, for 7 acreage with  comfort. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for app't to view,  885-3971.  ;%�����*  WILSON      CREEK    WATERFRONT _ $31,000  2 bedroom A-frame with loft  DAVIS BAY VIEW        $64,500  $1400 price reduction!  Immaculate 3 bdrms, landscaping and sundeck. 2nd FP  in rec room, 4th bedroom ahd  extra large workshop in bsmt  plus attached double garage.  We'd like to show you this  home. Phone for app't. Ray  Bernier, 885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.  ROBERTSCREEK $30,000  5+ selectively cleared acres  near Crowe RapdrOta Highway  101. Grejej/TMypKrcross. one  corner oQpOKei For further  information, contact Rene  |_Sutherlandat-885-9362   5 ACRES IN GIBSONS $69,900  Well maintained home  completely remodelled with  new kitchen and bathroom.  Approx. 3 acres cleared and  .level, with small stream. An  excellent- piece of property.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 685-5383.  EAST PORPOISE BAY $104,900  Superb ranch-style home  . located on 3 acres of level  treed land. Tastefully finished  throughout featuring 4  dfmsT-3-pGe-mastec-ensteT  and workshop partially  furnished. On two of the most  beautiful lots near Mission  Creek. Wading distance to  Davis Bay Beach, yet off the  highway on 9 private road.  Fifteen years left on  Dominion Lease. For more  details call Rene Sutherland,  885-9362.  SECHELT VILLAGE^_$58.500  Many, many extras in this  well planned tastefully  -dexQr^tedjvyo bedroom gem._  1300 sq. ft. of immaculate"  house, plus an insulated  garage and workshop,  surrounded by the best  garden   soil   available.   For  SELMA PARK $14,000  17 years pf lease left on this  land, wifh your own two  bedroom home. A family size  kitchen with a view. Large  garden area and a small  workshop. CaTl Suzanne  Dunkerton for more in  formation, 885-3971.  m  BRAND NEW $49,900  Good ocean view from  this new 3 bdrm located  in quiet, convenient  WILSON CREEK.  Immed  possession. Call Emilie  Renderson, 885-5383 oF  Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  Waterfront  REDROOFFS $59,900  Beautiful view from this  brand new 3 bdrm home on  75' waterfrontage. Secluded,  area off Redrooffs Rd. Ready  for immed possession. Call  Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  more details, call Rene, 885-  9362.  WILSON CREEK $35,000  Semi-waterfront. A well  maintained 5 year old 2  bedroom house with an extra,  large living and dining room  combination. The fridge and  stove   and   washer   are   in-  LANGDALE $89,500  Semi-waterfront. 'Parklike  -setting-with easy���access-to-  beach. Ideal 3 bdrm and  family home. Well-planned  kitchen with separate dining  room. Sliding glass doors  open- on to a secluded patio.  Two fireplaces plus quality  construction are a few of the  many features. Spacious and  elegant plus good moorage.  Call Terri for appt to view,  886-8295.  family room, plus in-law''  accom and a guest.cottage.  Call for appt to see. Ray  ^Bemier7"885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.  GIBSONS ACREAGE  2+     acres    of    potential  r development land located at  One~of. the few corneir  properties left in the village.  Across, from curling .and  swimming, 1 block from  shopping centre. Priced at  $115,000. Call Rene  Sutherland, 885r9362.  GIBSONS VILLAGE   $95,000  Located right next door to the  corner property mentioned  above. This parcel with older  house, has 130' highway  frontage and is 830 feet in  depth. For more details call  Rene  Sutherland,   885-9362.  aals .,,������...   ;.',���������: .!.":���'���.,.  eluded. Carport and storage  shed and a lovely landscaped  lot. This is a prepaid lease  with 15 years left. Suzanne  Dunkerton will give you more  information on lease, 885-  3971.  Acreage  ROBERTS CREEK  This unique and quality home  is Offered for your inspection.  IHx-bedrooms, huge living  room with floor to ceiling  rock fireplace, kitchen has  brick heatilator. 5-1/2 acres  with stream. Call for details &  ideas if you would like to be  the proud owner Qf. this interesting property. Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383 or Ray  Bernier, 885-5225.  ROBERTS CREEK     $59,000  Brand new thoughtfully  designed home. 3  bedrooms , and full  basement and .1344 sq. ft,",  of living "area; Large-  spacious kitchen with lots  of storage and counjter  space. Living room and  dining room are open plan  and both enjoy the comfort  of the fireplace. Basement  is ready to be finished with  your own ideas. Large  private lot which backs  onto a creek. Within  walking distance of the  school and the beach. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for  more information, 885-  3971.  SECHELTVILLAGE       $45,000  Centrally located immaculate  3 bedroom home. Spacious  kitchen with lots of storage-  area. Fireplace which is  shared by the living room and  the   dining   room.   Lovely  "garderY-wTttr~f ru tt~trees;~  berries, flowers arid  vegetables. Aluminum 10 x  10 ft. garage. Close to  schools, shopping and the  park. Phone Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  -3971, ��� ������  GRANTHAMS LANDING  $29,500  A panoramic view from the  glassed in sunporch. One  bedroom in this cozy home of  780 sq. ft. Large living room  with a fireplace and hardwood floors, 3/4 unfinished  basement, fridge and stove  and new wood burner included. Close to the ferry,  schools, shopping and the  beach. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  3971.  ���SELMA PARK $13,000  SELMA PARK $21,500  Unique waterfront home  remodelled, fully winterized  and completely^ssitirnished.  Protected andtofyie behind  breakwa  m*n  aj*m%_\  r\yaVod property,  home,   easily  ideal sumener  rented.    Emilie    Henderson,'  885-5383 or Ray Bernier, 885-  5225.  Two bedrooms in this 600 dfc  sq. ft. home. Combination  dining room and kitchen add  to" the~cozyT atmosphlrfeTThe  fridge, stove, washer and  dryer are also included. This  is on lease land and has 16  years left. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more in-  ,formation:���'..      :'h J. :���.  Waterfront acreage ��� 16  acres dblake frontage. Two  bedrm   house   and   guest  cottage, 2 floats and  bOathouse. Private Bay.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  HOPKINS reduced $79,000  A spectacular view and a  home with' elegance and  comfort. Over-1700 sq. ft.  on two levels, two'  bedrooms, a large living  and dining room set off by  cathedrbrcenings and a  heatilator fireplace.  Kitchen is bright and  spacious. A 36 x 11' cedar  sundeck to enjoy the  landscaped garden.  Property is all fenced. All  this and close to ferries.  Call   Suzanne   Dunkerton,  SECHELT $25,500  Quiet, large dotible ended Ipt  Tjacnjpss^^  Beautiful  viewiiv Phone Terri  Hanson, 886-8295.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT  LOTS  Side by side beauties��� 110'  of waterfrontage priced at  $26,500 AND 95' of waterfrontage priced at $25,000.  Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance  these properties. Phone Terri  for  more  details,   886-8295  885-397,1.  WAKEFIELD BEAUTIES  2 at $16,750 ea.  Two. lots, . side by sldo 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.  ROBERTSCREEK $15,500  VIEW plus 94 ft of creekside  and 1,64 ft of depth. Centrally  located to schools, shopping  qnd beqeh. Percolation, has  been approved as well as  building plans. Excellent  residential lot. Cqll Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  TUWANEK $9,000  View   lot   close   to   beach,  overlooking   Lamb's   Bay.  Vendor will carry agreement  for sa|e. For more details, call,  Rene 885-9362.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $25,500  A good buy on a quiet large  double ended lot across from  small Marina. Beautiful view.  Call Terri Hanson for more  details, 886-8295  SELMA PARK $16,000  Large view lot with southern  exposure. Close to beach.  Access Is from both Greer  Road and Highway. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  Lots  PENDER HARBOUR     $12,500  Lovely view lot overlooking  Texada and Lasqueti Islands.  70x290' approx. Cleared and  ready for building, beach  access close by, trailers  permissible. Phone Terrl  Hanson for more details, 886-  8295.  DAVIS BAY  Beautiful sloping lot 60x150'  in an area of well-kept  homes, view across the Strait  to Vancouver Island. Spectacular sunsets, good garden  soil, close to stores and Davis  Bay Beach. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  SANDY HOOK $13,500  The vendor will accept a low  down payment and  agreement for sale on this  58x346' potential view lot.  Storage shed and some  buildings materials Included.  On private paved road,  potential view, one of the  nicer Sandy Hook lots. Call  Rene, 885-9362.  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a  view. Hydro ��& wateri  available. 8x12 shed to  remain.  Call  Terri   Hanson.  VILLAGE LOTS $15,000 ea  Close to Chatelech Junior  Secondary School, located on  Highway 101 these two side  by side nicely treed lots are a  good investment. Sewer  available in near future. For  more details call Rene at 885-  9362.  WINN RD. - GIBSONS $15,000  Here'ls a lot with everything.  Extra large & services,  southern exposure to water  and mountain view, Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to  view, 885-3971.  CREEKSIDE PUCE  Residential Mobile Home  Subdivision  17 Fully serviced lots, situated  approximately 2 miles northwest  of Sechelt, corner of Mason &  Norwest Bay Road. Level lots to  facilitate both single ft double wide  trailers.  Please call  Emilie Henderson, 888-5383 or  Rqy Bernler, 865-5225.  /  /  Mils.  * o  -X�� It  v.       '   V  &     '"  ROAD  T   1 <��� T   ,< ����  ROAD  A-      \\       ���       \\       :        H       1  Jy _        it it '     V 1 ml    * " 1   " �����    '   '��� �����       " "        " ����� J  * * ......    \   "      k ��J  it it  u  Please note Metric Measurements.  IfUt.  MASON  Lot   3 $11,900  4 $12,500  6 $11,000  7 $10000.  8 $10,000..  10 Reserved  Lot 11 Reserved  12 $9,500  13 $9,500  14 $9,500  15 $9,500  16 $9,500  17 $9,500  18 $9,500  /roan  Industrial  SEAMOUNT     INDUSTRIAL  PARK  Now selling ��� light Industrial, servlco, commercial, Located on Highway 101 in tho village of  Gibsons, Soamount Industrial Park provides a  mixed package of lots and  acreage sites, Reasonably  priced, fully serviced with  347-600 volt throe phase  power, sewer, water,  paved roads and street  lighting. Lot sizes start at  50 x 150, $12,950. Call  .Rene Sutherland, 085-  |,9362.    1  RAY BERNIER  W552I8  CORRY ROSS  ���^nvacatkw"  RENE SUTHERLAND  ��� eos-m^   EMILIE HENDERSON  *����+M9   SUZANNR DUNKERTON       ��i��-J97l   TERRI HANSON  686.8296  North Vancouver  139 West \ 6th Street  West Vancouvvi  15B6 Marine Drive  Vancouver OTHER OFFICES  3343 Klngswoy T O SERVE YOU  MIMItri OF "RIIOCATION SSRVICIS CANADA" RiFiftRAL SYSTEM  Surrey  10474 137th St,  Langley  20389 Fraser Hwy  Powell Rlvor  4726 Marine Avonuo  I Wednesday, July 4. 1979  The Peninsula Times  British Columbia, forest companies last   Chief Executive Officer of FIR and the    whose livelihood depends on this industry.  ��^kogered-tawo^f4hei>Bia3OF-unl0ns4he���ppiftB~in a news'confererice-Thnreday���"A worlrstbppage could^eridiisly'retafci  richest wage and benefits package in the  history of collective .bargaining in the  industry.  The offer, if applied over all woods and  puip mill operations in the province, would  cost the forest companies $300 million  more a year. *  Under the proposed two-year  agreement, employees would get a pay  boost of 90* cents per hour on July 1 and  another 9% per cent hike oh July 1,1980.  It would raise the base rate, in the industry to $9.06 an hour in the first year.  The senior mechanic rate' would go to  $11,76% an hour in the first year and  .,,$12.88% in the second.      .  Forest Industrial Relations Limited ���  representing the coast logging, samttilling  and plywood manufacturers and Pulp and  Paper Industrial Relations Bureau. ���  representing^ all B.C. manufacturers of  pulp and paper, made the offer to 28,000  members of the International Woodworkers of America and 5,500 members of  the Pulp and Paper Workers of Canada  employed in British Columbia's 21 pulp  and paper mills. .   Donald A. Saunders, Chairman and  said  "Our offer ��� if applied across the  entire forest industry in B.C. U will cost in  excess of 300 million dollars and will be a  ���continuing cost." ���"  tie said the offer was made with the  expectation it would he accepted by the  two unions and their membership and any  work stoppage in the industry would be  avoided. ���  "We acted,'? Saunders said, "in the fuU  knowledge of the economic impact our  industry has on a majority of the citizens  of this province, and recognizing the  impact inflation has had on the pay checks  oLouLempaoyefiS^nd  these spending programs," he said.  . Saunders concluded:  "In consideration of allof these factors,,  we have made the,most generous and  Costly offer ever made by our industry to  . any union. In making it, we moved to the  limit of our financial capacity ��� we have,  let it all hang out. There is no more."  Here are the highlights of the offers to  the IWA and the PPWC.  TERM OF CONTRACT  Two-year agreement, effective July 1,  1979 to June 30,1981.  GENERAL WAGE INCREASE  flli "An jacrosg^e-hoard increase  of  90  r^eents j  of their affairs in me next two year? with a    "*���� "j"*' ^ective J��j? *'1979  _greatly_improved_and,s^ure income^  He said the offer will very significantly  increase the cost of all the products we  produce ��� logs, lumber, plywood, pulp  and paper.  He said the industry is embarking on a  massive capital expenditure program in  excess of one billion dollars in 1979 alone,  to expand production and replace obsolete  ~effectJve~July 1,1980.  .New base wage rate rises io $9.06 an  hour in the first year and to $9.92 in the  second. Average straight-time hourly rate  increases to $10.38 ah hour in the first year  and $11.36%'in second . --  MECHANICS ADJUSTMENT  In addition to general increase, A and  operations^witiLmwIem effid^^  VARAPEL IS NOT JUST A NEW  ROWJCrtOTA^  COMPLETELY NEW  PROCESS  reduces warping ahd swejling to add years to  the life-of any above-ground,wood  * Resists cracking, peeling Or checking to add  years to the life of any fop coat of point or stain  applied over .Varapel1  *. Exceeds all existing environmental standards'  ' in North America  Is-eosy-to-qOply-with-brashrragn-olteF or"  sprayi and cleans up easily tinder the tap  "'"Can be applied On damp wowfbut when  dry and cured, is water insoluble and water  repellant .  mmwmmmmmmmmmmmtmmm      t orjes rapidly to the touch", second coat of  PROTECTION SO GOOD, K;TL,^T���� 'irr"nedl'a,et>' *",he  *"U v-'vUI-rLI V'ALJL II   * �����   * ���  * Varapel Colour Rarige: Natural, Hunter Green,  ]   ,  .-     '___ _Cpcdova' Brown-,  Charcoal,  Fawn, Walnut,  that will secure the future for all of us  Or DROP OFF YOUR CLASSIFIEDS AT  S(iWC��AST AGENCIES y Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  hour adjustment, effective July �� 1979.  As a. result, new A Mechanics rate goes  "to $ir76%"aft hour in the first year and  $12.88% an hour in tbe second.  SPECIAL RATE ADJUSTMENT  An upward shift in the wage curve will  provide a cent-per-hour wage increase in  addition to the general increase Jor many  employees. . -  Substantial increases, in addition to the  general increase, are provided for many  special skill categories.  TRAVEL TIME  Travel .time for loggers.  NIGHT SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL  ��� Increase in the Shift Differential for 4  p.m. to 12 midnight shifts and 12 midnight  to 8 a.m. shifts.  VACATIONS AND VACATION PAY   r  Improved vacation benefits that will  provide: three weeks after two years (was  three), four weeks after nine years (was  10), five weeks after 17 years (was 18), six  -weeks-after-24^ears-(was-25>r  Vacation- pay percentage increased  substantially in second year of agreement.  PENSIONS  Significant pension plan improvements, based on. an agreement not to  negotiate pensions up to and including the  term of the next collective agreement.  Past and future service benefits increased ;to"$15 a"rfiohth:v-'J  ' Increase of 20 per cent in payments to  pensioners covered by the current industry pension plan, effective July 1,1979.  DENTAL COVERAGE  100 per cent payment by company of  dental plan premiums, effecitve July 1,  1979. .-���.'"' '".:���"'������:'  WELFARE PLAN  Increases! in weekly indemnity hi both  years of the agreements.  Increases in Group Life and Accidental  Death and Dismemberment insurance'.  Use 'times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts ���* Sales���* Service     :  ' Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes' '���' ���'  ��� Valve, and Seal Grinding  'All Makes Sorvlcod    , Datsun.Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  ���:'���.'   qnd Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt 885:5181  E.E. [Mickey] COE  VILtAGE MOTORS LTD.  AMC-JEEP-RENAULT  2)860 Arbutus St at 12th Ay'�����  Vancouver B,C. V6J3Y7  |604] 736-3861  ,R*s. 271-04*4  CONTRACTORS  BLASTING  T'-f  Ted's Blasting a Contracting Ltd.  ;        ,,     ALL WOEFULLY INSURED  .'* Baiomoht* ;��� Driveways VSoptleTooks  Stumps * Ditch iln*a   "   ;  Call for a Iroo ��?silrriat* anytime ��� .  ������3-2734      "Air Track AvaUabL''      S034309  tip pphiiev       ���        , ������ pen6er Harbour  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD,  All Your Building Ne^ds :  ,     .;  Madeira Park Phone 883^585  'HA'NbYMAN7 PINISWD' CARPENTER, CABINET  MAKER, REMODEUINQ  WILL   DO   ANYTHING,  CONSCIENTIOUSLY  DONE, REFERENCES  JOB WELL DONE  Call after 6 p.m.  ALBERT-886-2161  HAROLD PEARSON LANDCLEARING  * Roads  * BASEMENTS  * Landscaping  885-9680  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  M.W. TRANSPORT  ft BULLDOZING^ SERVICES  CLEARING ��� EXCAVATION-TRUCKING  ,ComplotO SMo Preparation  Murray Warman Halfmoon Bay  885-6648  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  pump Truck ��� Backlpa ��� Cat  Walor, Sower, Drolnago Installation  'LqndCloOrlng  fMt ESTIMATES  Phone 8855392  JOHNDENHAM  Building a Remodelling  ','B��i<,l6B4,UcMt,itC4  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  Busines? Cards, Wadding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  R.W. [Bob] Rog.rs  Coast Insulation Company  886-9297  INSULATION - INSTALLATION  Fiberglass Batts Blown In Inflation  RESIDENTIAL (N��w�� Existing Houses) S  Commercial ;  ELECTRICIANS (cont'd)  , SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Residential & Commercial Wiring  ,��� Polo Lino Installations  -- Electric Hooting  Ron Sim 885-2062  Rick Sim  ROBHAGAR  ,   Electrical Contracting  RESIDENTIAL ��� COMMERCIAL  Eves: 886-9261 Days: 886-2756  GLASSWORKS  J.F.W, CONTRACTING  ���RENOVATIONS  , "ADDITIONS  "NEW HOMES  * CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS * DRYWALL  > SUNDECKS  . "ALL WORK PiJLLY GUARANTEED"  886-8071      ,  ���; ; u~~~'-'���i   DISPOSAL SERVICES  '. ' '��� r-�����7 : , ,  SUNSHINECOAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  1    Port Motion to Ole's Cove  , .   '  Tel,- 8862938 pr 885-9973     .,'  * cWpwclal Containers Available'  i^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmlmmmtmm  ELECTRICIANS  C.B, CONTRACTORS  Complete Building lnsu|atlng  ; Ihterloi4 ft Exterior Painting  Roofing, Shakes ft Apshalt Shingles  FREE ESTIMATES  ���9272  ANTHOR GLASS CO. LTD.  885-2153 Sechelt  WINDOWS * STORM WINDOWS ��� STORM  DOORS  MIRRORS * SLIDING MIRROR WARDROBE  DOORS:    ,  MIRRbREDBATHROOM CABINETS "CUSTOM  ���   WINDOWS  SLIDING PATIO DOORS ��� & INSTALLATION,  Duqne Thorstelhson  FLOORING ���CABINETS  SUNSlilN? KITCHENS  Kitchen ��ab(ri��tfl  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twl|igM Theatre, Gibsons  KENpeVRIEStSONLTD.  PLOORCOVIRINOS  CARPETS.; TILES ��� LINOLEUMS -DRAPES  ���'���,������������������'.���::���'tflllONI'llSfiCHdT  885-3424  FLOORING* CABINETS  CARPETS���CABINETS���FLOORING  SHOWROOM AT SEAVIEW PLACE   '  886-2417 922-2017  PEST CONTROL  HEATING  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  .. ltd. ;.  GENERAL SHEET M1ETAI  ���   Domestic, Commercial, Industrial hooting  and Air conditioning.  ,, 88&24M.   "'���  ' ' ' i ���  LANDSCAPING  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Phphe 885-3231,  EVERGRfcEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an, over-blooming garden  ' fruit free pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO     Free Estimates  (Bango) 886-9033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaplh'g'* Pruning * Shaping  Willi.* TakohashJ        <  Call oft.r .1^888-9890  ALEX'S LAWN ft GARDEN  MAINTENANCE  ' '..fMlflSTIWATIS '",  085-3377 niter 6 p.m.  ;  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BOiMdED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  callPaul M. Bulman at 434-6641  706)GI|UyAv��.  Burnaby  REFRIGERATION  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  SALES & SERVICE  To stores, dIIIcoi, restaurants, & marine  GOV'T CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN  883-9461   " 883-2640  '   > I       ���SS���ss���       ,   ,7  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills. Powor Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  . and Compressors  Highway Ipl 003-2988  at Francis Peninsula Road  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Ypur One-Stop  Roofing Supply Centre  806-2469  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunphlno Coo��t Highway  Bon 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  ,,   SAJWf.sVSIRVia  All Brands AvallabU  Monday lo Saturday. 830 om to 3:30 pm  f rlday ovonlrig by 6ppolntmonl only  ' Police report  PageB-8  ThePeninsula Times  Wednesday, July 4.1979  Ask crackdown on hotrodders  It's that time of year for tire-squealing  e-dFiving-accoFding-te-S��  RCMP who say they have received "too  many complaints" from Madeira Park  and Sechelt residents.  . Those witnessing these infractions are  asked to note the licence plate number,  number of occupants, color and make of  car, time and scene of the infraction and  report it.  Charges can be laid under the motor  vehicle act against registered owners.  Minor damage occurred when youths  removed the Earls Cove sign from the  Earls Cove Ferry terminal June 29.  Youths were reported trespassing at  the sewage plant June 27. They climbed  "The fence~andjtorew rocks, etc. into the  tank. " T ~-   Two Burnabv persons escaped injuryJirL  driver early June 24 forced a driver off the  Peninsula and Madeira Park Roads. When  he returned to, his 1976 Toyota after  seeking help, he found his tape deck and  two speakers were, stolen.   A 7% horsepower Mercury, outboard  motor reported stolen from a boat in  . Porpoise Bay June 22 was later recovered  at Porpoise Bay Wharf.  One of two shake blocks, valued at  about $100, were reported stolen June 25  from a shake claim up Mount Elphinstone,  about 2Vz miles off Langdale Ridge,  Gibsons RCMP said last week.  Those responsible for breaking into  pinball machines at the Rec Centre have  been apprehended. Slight damage was  caused in the incident-which was-reported-  June 25.   iron pots and more. Value of the items, if  *PPt  A plate-glass window in- the  professional building was reported broken  June 23.  A number of break-ins on Keats Island  were investigated at Melody Point June 22.  Liquor, cigarettes, flashlights and fire  extinguishers were stolen. It is suspected  windows were broken to gain entry.  Walk it to me!  :7      .    \  Someday, youll own atomalM.  coast cycle  sechelt 885-2030  "CANFOR (McNAB Creek) presents  annual Canada Week trophy to Legion  volleyball team made up of Hugh  Trefry, Sam Casey, Colleen Casey,  Herb August, Margaret August, Tom  Peck, and Carol Bystedt.  Senior  We ended our garden tour on Fourth  Thursday by driving along Porpoise Bay  Road to the home of Ole and Helen Berg^  When we entered their spacious yardlhe  first thing to be seen was a most luxuriant  vegetable garden. It was very evident that n  the Bergs did not worry about the effects  on vegetable supplies of the Truckers  Strike in the U.S.A. They could open their  own cannery. Then we wended our way to  the shady side of the house to be greeted by  a table loaded with a plethora of goodies  and brimming coffee and tea pots. It was a  fitting end to a day filled with interest.  . We had started the afternoon by driving  from our Hall tofSt. Mary's Hospital where.  we were greeted by Ted Gough who  conducted us around the grounds and not  Beat the Heat!  for your family's feet  only introduced us to many species of  plants but also gave us many ways of  getting the results that have been achieved  atthe-Hospital in-the^past yearsr I ^rould -  hot attempt7 to list evei^hihg "that "is~  growing there but among the specimens  that caught my eye were the colorful  petunias and geraniums, the colorful roses  and impudent daisies, the islands of  shrubs and trees consisting of Elwoodi  Cypress, Golden Cedars, Mugho Pines,  Japanese Spruce and arbutus. Ted was  good enough to outline his plans for the  future which will eliminate toe "scars left  by the construction of the new wing. Take  a walk around the grounds sometime, it  can be rewarding.  Our next move was the short trip to the  home, of Mary and Jack Eldred where  some of their collection of cacti were in  Agamemnon Channel June 26 when they  escaped from a burning 30-foot power boat,,  into a dingy.  An alcohol stove apparently started the  fire.'  A 12-foot aluminum boat with a green  interior was reported stolen from the  beach on Sakinaw Lake. Valued at $800,  the boat is a McCulloch, serial number'  V2095.  .J3iere_wa's_a_reportof youths throwing  eggs at a home in the area of Wharf and  East Porpoise Bay Roads very early, June  26. -  Erratic driving on the part of another.  ThefTof a 12-volt battery from a car  was reported June 24. The car was parked  on Hwy! 101 nearTangdale Ferry Terminal. A heavy duty Shell battery and a  Willard's battery were stolen from a car in  the Gower Point-Hwy. 101 area.  The police jear_jise_oLtaJthe_JBeach-L  combers series was spray-painted black  on the doors while it was parked on George  Dr., it was reported June 24.  Articles among the theft of antique  ^funuturereported^Btoleniroma summer-  residence on Gower Pt. Road June 23 were  a rocker, three European hardwood easy  chairs, a velvet-covered chesterfield, cast-  PASSPORT PHOTOS  & CITIZENSHIP  WHILE YOU WAIT  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  Sunnycrest  Centre, Gibsons  886-8010  Cooling 1<* SALE  SUNDAY, JULY 8th  "BUY ONE SUNDAE - & GET  ANOTHER ONE R)R X<?  SEAVIEW  MARKET  Hours: 7 days a week,  10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  Ice Cream Parlour -  7 days a week 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  Fri. & Sat. - till 8 p.m.  Uptown Roberts Creek,  885-3400  * Cones * Bananas Splits  * Milkshakes  Al| products made  with natural falvors  & real whipping cream  7^^^Sa>|  ' sksxexii ipitfiMB'flfli ��ifja stones  ���  UNCLE MICK'S  shoes ltd.  Cowrie St. 885-9838 Sechelt .  bloom. What glorious colors. Here an  outstanding feature at the back of the  garden is the clematis clinging to the trees  to a height of about 30 feet. Many of you  must have seen this from the highway.  Next move" took'usalong the highway to:  the home of Jim and Elizabeth Derby. The  Derby's are away on holiday but had  previously given us permission to visit  their garden. Jim is known for the quality  of his garden. I believe the secret of his  success must be in the enormous quantity  of seaweed that he hauls up from the  beaches. While the .whole garden was  great, my eyes were greatly attracted by  the brightness of his marigolds and  pansies.  thence up the hill to the Baldwin home  in Selma Park. Here I noticed good sized  tomatoes already set on the plants and the  conservatory was of particular interest.  Here we: saw orchids, cacti, many in  bloom, Hoya; and orange tree, Hibiscus  and a parrot Plant.  A mipst stimulating afternopn and our  thanks go to our many hosts and hostesses,  I have had a letter from Eva and Dave  Hayward who are having a fine time  among the English roses.  ; Watch for my next column for advice  about our next garden tour. I feel-certain  that oh his return from the Old Country  Dave will arrange another tour.  An open and shut case fi3r  heating your home with wood  B.C.'s recent cold wave (will) more predicted),  power shortages, and rising fuel prices arc ail good  reasonfifor you lo consider heating your home with  wood,  A Fisher Fireplace Insert  can be installed in your  existing fireplace, It can  trim up to M)% or more off  your heating bill.  It's fun to hear the crackling of a good wood lire, and  it's nice to have the security of being able to heat  your home Without depending on a utility. Incidentally, you can cook on a Fisher Stove too, We'd like-  to suggest.you see a Fisher stove today, Tlierc are 7  models to choose from, including a mobile home  model, and a fireplace insert that slips into your,  existing fi(cp|acc and turns it into an energy efficient  wood heater, ;So come in spon nnd sec what makes a  Fishcr"AN IDKA CANADA IS WARMING UP  TO" ��� CASH CLOSED,  ti&flLM Electronics  sH  Cowrie St., MCHILT  885-2568  "An him Canada lx wurmlnii��/��to"  ire SALE  JULY 3-14th  ��� WHEEL BALANCING  SALE - $4���� Each  ��� WHEEL  ALIGNMENTS  CARS - '18����  MOST LIGHT  TRUCKS  *22M  TIRE jKJSUSPENSION _CtNTER  886-2708  \ First of a series  M/CJE" ����4/A&-  Coast  LOGGING ROADS: Many of'our hikes  make use of the local logging roads.  Ti  HE rENINSULA  Section C  Wednesday, July 4,1979  m **___*___. % o  Pages 1-8 ,  7^t0^  Also from  HARBOUR  PUBLISHING  - RAINCOAST CHRONICLES No. 8  HIKING  TRAILS  of the  SUNSHINE  COAST  Authors:     .    .  ������ "  RITA PERCHESON  PAM GROSS  SANDY BARRETT  Available at:  WINDFLOWER  Books & Stationery  FAWKES  Books & Gifts  SECHELT OFFICE SERVICE  NDP BOOKSTORE  #/MWj'PAM&/tOAP3_  &ZAJ��L_ f/0GG/A/4 /&<#S  f/ZA/lS  Ot����/CS  MKES  OC��AA/  MT��fi,mLS  J.OadE0 0/TAX��A  C��M��T��Xy  SACAjLL ��U/L0/Af4.  /W0/W /JA/��   7��A/r/A/(k  From {he newv book (available at  bookstores) by permission of Harbour  Publishing, Madeira. Park.  THE BASICS  GARBAGE:" Nowadays people  shouldn't need to be reminded about littering but small scraps of gum wrappers  and cigarette butts often miss your attention only to catch the next hiker's.  CAMPFIRES: Hopefully, Smokey the  Bear inundated all hikers with campfire  -awarnesstofore he and his hat passed wt  to the Eternal Blueberry Patch. Keep a  cleared area around .your fire and when  you think it's thoroughly out stir the  remains with your hand to check for secret  embers.  FOOTGEAR: Strong shoes or hiking  boots are of prime importance to a hiker's  wardrobe. If you decide to invest ih a new  pair of hiking boots here are several tips to  consider:  The height of hiking books is important  as those much higher than six inches may  chafe your leg or prevent your ankle from  bending comfortably.  Guessets should fit snugly to keep the.  water out and tongues should be padded,,  especially at the top where you lean into  them.      i  Runners may be great for nimble-  footing about but they give you sore feet  and bruised anklebones when hiking. The  "Ttiff^olei)f^rhiking1��of keeps rocks from-  . brusing your feet and the stiffness of the  leather uppers keeps you from twisting  your ankles. The degree of stiffness of a  hiking boot is measured in weight; with a  lightweight boot good for paved sidewalks.  Mediumweight boots are the most common, good for trail and snow hiking.  Heavyweight books are used by the real  climbers of rock and ice. .  Waterproof your boots thoroughly and-*  regularly, rubbing the waterproofing'  compound well into all seams. And never  dry your boots too close to a fire, the  leather will shrink.  Two tricks for easier hiking: if your heel  moves up and down too much inside your  book whUe walking uphill you will blister.  Avoid walking on the balls of your feet,  ���waJk-^tfooteor^m^oulU-^void-blisterr  and have a better grip of the hill. To  prevent your toes from stubbing against  the front of the boot on a long to steep  downhill, lace your boots up tighter. It  really works.  COMPASS: One of the handiest inventions we'll ever own is our compass.  You can buy a good compass for around  ten dollars, and learn how to use it in  twenty minutes. However, we have  designed our maps so you don't need a  compass but if you do have one take it  along for practice.  HUNTERS: Watch out for them. Wear  an article of bright clothing and leave your  drinking hat with the bunny ears at home  during hunting season.  -togging, companies throughout the-  province suffer at the hands of vandals  lighting fires and damaging machinery.  The less trouble occasioned on their roads  the mpreamenable they will be to leaving  gates open in future.  GRADING THE HIKES  We have graded each hike according to  its relative difficulty so that you won't  inadvertently send, your grandmother  scrambling up a mountain. Or, if she's in  better shape than you, send you unwittingly after her.  This grading system is only to give you  a general idea of the hike, and it is. important that you read the description of  distances,   hiking  times,   terrain   and  =hazards?= ���=====  PRIMARY: These hikes are the easiest  ones, suitable~for young children or for  those-who merely want a pleasant walk.  Also, they usually take the least time.  INTERMEDIATE: These are the  medium hikes ��� good for the exercise and  all that jazz.  ADVANCED: And these are the  toughles that drag you up mountains and  down Into the middle of nowhere. They  give you a great sense of accomplishment  and a big appetite. Don't be daunted. If we  three made it. . .  ACCE.SS: Take Highway 101 from  Garden Bay Road % mile. 1000 feet past  the Pender Harbour Secondary School  take the first road on your right, on the  opposite side of-the-highway from the  school.  HIKING TIME: Four hours up to the  end of the logging road just past a little  lake, which is five miles from the highway.  From here it is another 1% miles, another  hour, up to the Forestry lookout.  DESCRIPTION: Intermediate to  Advanced. Those hikers who have been up  to the lookout have usually made this an  overnight hike. The climb up is long and  steep, but the view is the best on the coast.  Unfortunately the trail to the lookout  from the end of the logging road is difficult  to find in spots, and has now been partially  obscured by a new logging show operating���|  -on the back slopes ofthe mountainrlf voir  do want to reach the lookout you'll have to"  hunt for the trail or just make your own  way up.  POINTS OF INTEREST: Once you  reach the top you can look down over  "Agamemnon Channel and the Strait of  Georgia. Behind you is Sechelt Inlet,  ^Narrows Inlet and Jervis Inlet, so you get  a 360 degree view perched up on the very  Jpp. It really is inspiring.  Don't forget your  cfaniadown  Enjoy pure, weightless comfort every day of the year under a  . Daniadown. Ideal for vacations, Daniadown Is available in  luxurious down or non-allergenic Dacron II. Just shake to make  your bed in seconds and use with a Daniadown washable sheeting cover in a bright mix match colour. Contact us for a colour  brochure and the name of a dealer ngar you.   **  ���*1  tf&'i  M daniadown quilts ltd.  ^JR Vancouvor, B.C.  fr     "Ovor 10 years of Qualify & Service"  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  886-741 lor 886-8023  .         GLENDASASARATT  The Government Will Pay You  Up To $500 to Re-Insulate  Your  The new CHIP program covers all houses built  before '61 and covers the cost of materials  (up to *350.) plus Va the cost of labour  (up to '150). Ask us for details.  WAKE UP TO A COOL DEAL!  ��� 3 SPEED BOX FAN  This 20 Inch fan has a motor yvlth a  self-cycling overload thermal  protector. Five fin plastic blade,  safety plastic grills. 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We hope to gain a lot of ���upport, io we can maintain our store and  our competitive position In this community.  DON'T FORGET OUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE CONTEST,  We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities  Lower Gibsons, 886-2S22  STORE HOURS:  Monday tnrv Thursday-n *.Vtv;  'ffldoy ,,������,,,,,, ,, ,   Saturday!   Sundays _,   Prices effective July 4-8 Golf News  By ERNIE HUME  ,  Summer Medal Play Tournament  provided an entertaining day for Sunshine  ,��oast golfers. First low gross was won by  T^ndy-Strachah. -Ken Hiricks was second  Page C2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 4,197ft  Gibsons Pool  shooting a 78.  In the Q to 17 handicap flight Roy Taylor  shot a 68, Jim Budd a 69, and Gordon Cook  a 69. In the 17 and over handicap flight Bud  Montgomery closed with a 64, with Bill  Van.Weston and Charlie Carter posting  solid 65's~  Audrey Jost has been appointed a  director at large, and has agreed to handle  the duties of sick and welfare, and with her  capable knowledge of accounting, she will  be an asset to Jim Budd's finance committee.  A note to our prospective members.  Rember, the initiation fee igoes up from  4500 to $575on July lsUoJakeadyantage...  of the present dues structure and put your  _application-jnnow! JSreen fee players, are  Swimming, lifesaving courses  _ _.The_J5ibs_ons_^iinmiiig__EQol_is���taken-at the Gibsei  featuring a complete Red Cross Water    during public hours.  most welcome. Clubs, balls, carts etc. can  be secured at the pro shop from Jack  Redman.  This year's club championship tour-  - nament will be 54 holes and played on July  7,8 and 15. Low gross will be declaredcliib  champ and second low gross runner up.  Lowest 24 players' scores will be eligible to  play in the big Annual Sea Cavalcade  Tournament later in the year.  Safety Program, a Royal Life' Saving  Society Bronze Cross Course, and a  National lifeguard service (pool option)  this summer.  RED CROSS WATER SAFETY  PROGRAM  Classes for all ages and skill levels are  offered, from Pre-School three to five  years old up to Red Cross Senior level. The  program will run in the afternoon between  1 p.m. and 3 p.m. All classes are of a half-  hour duration except for Red Cross Intermediate and Senior level which will be  one hour long. Participants come every  --day-for-two weeks except-on-weekends! -  Two sessibns are available: Session 1 ���  ^MontoVr-July--S-unUl?==Eridayv-July 20;  Sessibn II ��� Monday, July 23 until Friday,  August 3.    .  ADULT CLASSES  Classes for Non-Swimmers and Advance Swimmers are featured during  above sessions; these classes are from 6  p.m. until 7 p.m. daily except weekends.  REGISTRATION  For above classes registration will be  A reminner that the pool changes to the  'B' schedule on June 30;_pleaserefer-to ..  your pool brochure for Turtfief "details; br  phone the Gibsons Swimming Pool at 886-  9415.  . LIFE SAVING COURSES  We are pleased to offer a Royal Life  Saving Society "Bronze Cross" course  from July 9 until July 20. Candidates will  . come daily from 5 p.m. until 6:30 for a  total of 15 hours instruction. Participants  must have a RLSS Bronze Medallion and  be a minimum of 14 years old.      -a   This-is-an-exqellent-��ourse -forJ uture.,-  lifeguards. The. course is concerned with  . the unusual situations rather than the  usual, the extraordinary rather than, the  ordinary. Please register early as only 10  candidates will be accepted. ~  NATIONAL  LIFEGUARD   SERVICE  COURSE  This advanced lifesaving course is  presently being .arranged, with the B.C.  Branch. A guest instructor will be  teaching this course to the pool staff, or for  some staff members to re-certify.  We will acept five more candidateswho���  SUNCOAST AGENCIES LTDJ  (Formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies)  GENERAL INSURANCE  ���Residential  ���Mobile Homes  ���Commercial  ���Travel & Medical  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ���Conveyancing ��� Wills  ��� ARNE T. PETTERSEN  EILEEN KINNE  CHARLES ENGLISH  SUNCOAST AGENCIES LTD.  Sunnycrest Centre R.R. 2, Gibsons      886-8212  YOUR PEN TIME AD. DROP-OFF CENTRE IN GIBSONS  have to be 17 years of age anrfhold a RLSS  Bronze Medallion. Candidates, will have to  demonstrate proper skills before accepted  in this course.  ��� For further information please phone  George or Lex at the Gibsons Swimming  Pool, 886-9415.    - - -  .Ladies Golf  Audrey McKenzie managed a third  place and Mary Horn a fourth when seven  members of the Sunshine Coast club at-  tendedthe Provincial Bronze Tournament  at the Sqamish Golf Club June 25.  Next day, Tuesday, the ladies held a  "throw-out" event where each player  threw out her three worst holes resulting  in a tie of net 40 for Barbara Lawrence and  Verla Hobson.  The nine-hold players played tic-tac-toe  with Elsie Cupit coming out winner with 13  points followed in second place by Lenore  Inglis  -   r      The large Portable "Swinger".  Backgammon is still available at 20 per  cent off the regular price. A very handsome gift at a very good price! ��� Miss  Bee's, Sechelt.  w  ��  _____^T'  .i  L  -   - --     - - --  ���  ^^H������     -  Here's your chance to get acquainted  and THREE CHANCES to win a TV set  from Diamond T.V.  *,^~.  We will be drawing one coupon  each of the following days. Enter  couponi - You Could Win;  ���" i,*"��y 'ir'"'i 'o r,n<~ '���'  ;"vt".  Fill out the coupon and  enter it at Diamond TV  at Sunnycrest Shopping  Mall in Gibsons  Each Day!  [coupons available in our store]  DIAMOND T.V.'s GRAND OPENING DRAW  niMniEs*1.............    <......... ���., . ,  ADDRESS;                      ..................... .............PHONE:   Entries Smiled to ONE COUPON PER PERSON EACH DAY  Wo will bo carrying only tho BEST linos In  Television: ZENITH, QUASAR, SONY . . .  backod up)b^otofroputatlon for tho highest  quality   |fT ropalr   service   with   expert  courteous and professional technicians. Wo  will also be carrying the best In VHF Marino  Equipment and Accessories.  ^ ��� PHONE 886-7215  '/SUNNYCREST SHOPPING MALL, GIBSONS  Hours j 10 am ��� CtfO pm Frl: 10 am  �� _pj_  Book Look  By MURRIC REDMAN  Wednesday, July 4,1979  The peninsula Times  Page 04  THERE'S NO SUCH PLACE. AS FAR  AWAY by Richard Bach, Doubleday  A*        ARTISTS! ARTISTS! ARTISTS!  y2l     ANY ARTISTS INTERESTED IN EXHIBITING IN THE  NEW ARTS CENTRE IN SECHELT. PLEASE SUBMIT  PERTINENT INFORMATION TO  BURRELL SWARTZ, *r i. kancis  Ave>.  ���<**$,�����"  ".-*.'? /*��*���"*  SECHELT CANADA WEEK parade saw all ages gather for festivities.  The Garden Corner  Odds and ends  By Guy. Symonds  This week's talk is going to include a  variety of odds^Snd ends which this gardener found of interest and hopes you may  too.  The  first  deals  with  broccoli,   a  vegetable-that-continues-to���be _very_  popular and which grows well on this  coast.  An article read recently talks about  "pampering" your broccoli so that the  harvest may be extended right into late  fall. When the plan first matures it forms a  large central headpf flower buds which, as  may be seen in the imported offerings in  the stores, has a very heavy stalk. As far  as table use is concerned this is not the  best part of the vegetable and much of it is  generally wasted.  Now we have to go back a bit and set  the scene. When do you want your broccoli? In the early summer or the later days  of fall? This gardener, in view of the  -.wealth of green stuff available in the  summer, would rather have broccoli later.  This also seems to make sense because  broccoli, like: all the brassicas, simply  hates a hot-root environment. So the time  of setting out the plants is important.  And here the gardener has to realize  that later harvest means later plantings  and experience shows that the plants are  just not available late in the season so you  must grow your own.  From then on the value and extent of the  harvest can be largely controlled by .heavy  mulching according to the article. This  can be done with anything from shredded  leaves to alfalfa hay. This treatment  protects the roots from the heat, conserves  the moisture and promotes fast growth.  Incidentally it is the intention of this  gardener to use a heavy stand of bracken  that is readily available in the hope that  not only will it be an effective mulch but  that it will also supply potash to the land. It  would seem that early or late this  mulching idea is a pretty sound one particularly when the root system needs  protection from the hot earth.  When harvesting the first central head  of broccoli leave a good chunk of stem on  the plant because that will provide fpn  with the smaller heads that will develop.  Also, after this first cutting, a little  nitrogenous fertilizer applied as a side  dressing or a "tea" of manure and water  will be a great help in prolonging the  harvest period into late fall.  Now here's something different. What  Another new planting for this gardener  being tried this year, is the perennial  onion, which according to a commercial  grower friend will give you green onions  year after year, and very early in the  season too. The clumps he kindly donated  have been set out in fairly well enriched  soil and should produce next spring  without much attention. If it looks like a  hard winter they will be mulched from the  compost pile. The plant habit sounds like  one described in an article as "Egyptian  Onions". According to this if the bulblets  that appear each spring are not harvested  they will fall away and form a new dumb.  So they will bear watching unless you want  a garden exclusive of green onions. As  with all onions the moisture situation is  important as a dry soil means a very  strong flavour. It must however be root  level, noVori-top. "  While on the subject of watering we  must remind you that your roses need a lot  of water at this time of the year. The figure  is at least an inch per week. This should be  done early in the day so that the foilage  will be dried by the sun and so discourage  mildew and black spot..  Next week we are going to introduce  you to a novel idea about literally carpeting your garden!  (Delacorte) 197&r*8.75.  ' This is the latest of author Richard  Bach's���writings. His JONATHAN  LIVINGSTON SEAGULL took us all on a  flight of fancy as Jonathan learned how to  "fly". This book also deals in ideas and  birds and flights, but it is much more  symbolic and mystical  Bach is a pilot and a glider flyer. His  work takes the reader to heights that  surpass the ordinary cares of daily life  while never entirely leaving them. His  flights are verticals rather than those  horizontal.  In THERE'S NO SUCH PLACE AS  FAR���AWAY-he-answers-a.little- girl's���  birthday invitation. She lives far away. In  his fanciful journey to see hereon her bir-  Thday to deliverX special "presen^TSach  rides with a hummingbird, an owl, an  eagle, a hawk and a seagull. Along the  . way, the birds impart their philosophy  about the purpose and definition of his  visit.  Says the owl "Can miles truly separate  us from friends?" The Seagull wisely  states "not being known doesn't stop the  truth from being true", but says he, "the  _JmportentJlungJs_fQr_you_ JoJknowJhe^  truth".  The gift for the girl is a ring. With it she  can lift herself into the sky and when she  returns to earth her "questions will have  answers and her worries will have gone."  Someday when she does not need the ring  any longer, she can give it to someone else  who will use it well.  Illustrator Ron Wegen deserves  recognition, too. His tri-colour outline  drawings that glow with a soft pink and  grey light are a perfect complement to  Bach's text. We are eye to eye with a  hummingbird high above a small village.  We drift softly with an owl over a snowy  field in which some children have left their  playful tracks. A fierce eagle allows us to  accompany him over the harsh desert. We  sail with a seagull along a beach remote  and sandy.  The text design done by Lyn Braswell  assists in giving the reader time to think  ~ 'about the'theories whiclrBach presents as  we wander visually over the delicate  illustrations nearby.  Not quite poetry, not just philosophy,  not entirely sentimental, not only spiritual  is Bach's latest book. It appears to be for  children but its vision is too mature. Its  idealism, however, is that held only by the  very young.  It is a book hard to define but very  pleasurable to know.  HALFMOON BAY, B.C VON 1Y0 BY AUGUST 1st  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  - 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, 886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  }  ]  ";  0  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  li:15 a.m.- Gibsons  ���  Christian Science  "... these signs shall follow them that  believe... they shall lay hands on the sick,  and they shall recover," (Mark 16 16 17)  Of these words Mary Baker Eddy  writes, "Who believes him? He was addressing his disciples, yet he did not say,  ���these signs shall follow YOU,' but THEM-  'Them that believe in all time to come".  (Science and Health with Key to the  Scriptures.)  would you think of a vegetable mat can be  enjoyed raw (tastes like a sweet melon)or  cooked, is astqundingly prolific, freezes  beautifully, and stores well, and when  dried tastes like apricots? This is a  description in an article on the Melon or  Tahitian squash and while the seed ls not  generally available it can be obtained, we  understand, from "Exotica Seeds, 820;  South Porraine Boulevard, Los Angeles,  CA 90005. Obtainable that ia unless there  are Customs regulations prohibiting its  import. We will try and find out because if  it can be grown here���and the word is that  it can ��� it would be a most Interesting  Coosf Strokers  Prairie  people  By Dennis Gray  Mention the prairies and I immediately  think of wheat, oil and relatives. Seems  like everyone has relatives back there,  living in weatherbeaten homes scattered  across the land ��� people attached to the  harsh land by sweat ahd memories, who  learned the value of friendship and cooperation during barn raising and harvest  time, people forged by the land and  tempered by the wims of the weather.  These people who were taught simplicity by an open and empty land, stayed  First sheriff in "God's Country"  By HELEN PARKER  He's not your average gun-totin' Matt  Dillon, but neither ls the area from Port  Mellon to Earls Cove similar to Dodge  City.  But the Attorney-General's Department thought the area needed a Deputy-  Sheriff and Bill Christian jumped at the  chance a few months ago to move to what  he calls "God's Country" as our first  ce,  e's  in  in  rt-  ay  DEPUTY SHERIFF BlU Christian.  sheriff.  Christian replaces private process  servers who worked for a fee and mileage  and finds he is working steadily. He  completes his paperwork In the morning  and In the afternoon covers the distant  from Port Mellon to Earls Cove se ...*,  civil and criminal documents.  No stranger to the sheriff's o  Christian moved hero from Terr  office and before that completed stii  Powell River and Prince Rupert ��� i  the last eight years.  Before joining the sheriff's de  ment,,Christian had worked as a hlgl  patrolman In the Lower Mainland uner  leaving the Saskatoon City Police.  Serving documents, seizing and selling  property whlchi M strewies. can only be  done by small claims, county or supreme  court orders, could create some touchy  situations.  "You can make a lot of friends, or you  can make a lot of enemies," Christian  said.  "It's Just In the way you approach  people. Especially In a small place, you  have to have good public relations or  you're beat."  Within the next year, Christiana hopes  to be joined by another sheriff with their  own office. Presently, he works at a desk  In the corner of tho provincial court office.  Duties will then also Include court security  and escorting prisoners.  Got the blues?  ,j--.,Mt WaSms^IsVmmic.^JsIh^mr "Je4^BdMwfc.j.ifc'^ " w-IWi Jp��...H wt, Sff fl>", ���..  -italic - -��� ���- ���  Take a walk!  ���(w*W'] ��s.ui*���� IU <��u.#p>ur*v*\ i  TM (MMIt* mWIMM M* p*ri*M) MMM  "fc> Wklk a Mock.Tbday.  behind to welcome back their children,  grandchildren, nephews, nieces, friends  and neighbours, to greet with firm handshakes ' and warm embraces their  precious kin who come wrapped in  cosmetics and drip-dry synthetics. Oh ���  they may have left their humble homes on  the harsh open prairie years ago for a  small home or apartment in town, but they  are still prairie people, still friendly and  honest, still believing that a good day  begins at daybreak with a hearty farm-  style breakfast..  People like Esther and Vlrgel who were  forced to leave their farm because it was  too small and poor. Before they retired she  taught school, now she puts her thoughts  and memories on canvas, filling her time  . and home with art. He was a farm  equipment service man officially and a  damn good public relations man unofficially. His Job took him to every corner  nf that flat land that men worked with  ...��, winery. He met the men and women he  llkca Ml understood and each of the many  he met gave him a gift, a humorous story  or event, or perhaps just their mannerism  or slant on life.  All this ho filed away in his voluminous  memory for the amusement and pleasure  of his friends, like a modern troubadour he  sets his un-sung ballads to laughter. Yet It  . Is not his humourous accounts of rural  people as much as the manner in which he  tells them; he is almost like the embodiment of their thought and way of life, a  first hand view of their diverse yet  singular approach to life.  When Vlrgel tells a story it Is down to  earth; he makes no compromise on the  original language. Esther regards some of  these as a Utile too earthy and has tried  over the years to polish off his rough  ini||WW|  ft ���sffc wm^mTmwmwmJf > ��� ^1 MMM.  psfc^^wM  WOfc^isf mfmrnrnwrn.. v  The prairies have changed much since  we moved away, new Industry, new  people, now wealth, yet tying It all  together aro people with strong bonds to  the land and aside from the many scenic  beauties, I return with memories of two  people who have not changed. Vlrgel,  standing square-on like a heavyweight  , hoxer, about to double you up with another  belly laugh, hla broad face darkened by  the prairie sun, his eyes twinkling in the  boyish grin of his face, delighted at the  mirth he haa caused. Hla wife hovers affectionately but somewhat nervous that  *   His parting words as we got* on our  blkea to leave were "don't let that damn'  contraption buck ya off, you remind me of  this crazy cowboy up in ..."  Keep strokln.  No. 1 IN COLOR T.V.  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SCHOOL BOARD  2nd ft 4th Regular School Board  Thursday Meeting, Board Room,  Each Month ���   7:30 p.m.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  lit- ft 3rd  Tuesday  Each Month  Regular Council Mooting,  Municipal Hall, Gibsons,  7:00 p.m.  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  1st ft 3rd  Wednesday  Each Month ���   Regular Council Mooting.  ***$**  Courtesy of  CowrioSt 885-9330  Sechelt t  - /  ," i ~i    r  k  [*   >'  > ��*������>,** > ~.j'"  l      ' ��*�� /  /A^��*'  <S*as  "Nut1  ^"x  _��;< f<.  ���   ���  ox*  ^ *f^    , ,_Mt *  gw^ ���  Mi  i%  '  <<'.���:  North America is about the only place  in the world where dogfish are found that  they are not eaten regularly, according to   *7  Mike .Smith of (lie Fisheries Biological  station, Nanaimor^  He was at the Derby to help give people   (   ^  , v  a better understanding of the fish and said  '��*���*��* itf \  the larger ones being caught Sunday could  be over 40 years old.  - They live to be over 65 years and he  estimates some may live up to nearly 100  years.  Dogfish give birth every two years and  their Uve young, bom with breathing sacks  ^  attached, are about 10 inches in length.  Age > of the fish is calculated by  calibrating and counting the growth rings  on one of tbe spines which are about the  ? ft ^Ju^'M__^^^iM. 1  "W* *��s?   f__  ���1 *_J  m.  z^^Mkm  *''J _.  Y  t*.  ���___av   ���*,_.'  fft-  lonly boney part of The creature except for  8  the teeth.  arograstout of Gampbell River-has  tagged about 2,000 of the fish per year for  five-years with some-3,000~beingHtagged  this year alone.'  - -The-problem-is to get a-good enough  tagging process so the tags will remain  with the fish. .n^f ...  , -The tagging is :used to1 learn about '-7#5��t4l I";  migration of the*dogfish, Smith says. w&)t___j&\%  Sunday it looked like every dogfish for IDL* J*^ i f I  miles  around  migrated   by   way   of tfcSyL.iw^.'f i ?    fj  stennenVhookronrtoifaFDe^  in station barge.   , ��*?*.* "2^ -    ������  ' w+  kUiV,   ' ' L  ���^�����<3jsVgp\r  ^.Wm  <��* i v  ****\  *S��lL  *wiMj|  #v. >A   . *' *  -A*  p-*wi  *>,s>VVt  i-C&i-w  ,<&��!&  jl&C^     ,  fsT  r .��J!2Sw**^-'  ��&&&.  *S *��*&* *&1?<1Z*.  ."-'       'fr  Ssi^      **,**        *  V-4 #*-.��<'<.���*  ,v��^  *?  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One day in the fall of 1968,  Michael, Steven and-Nick leave for a tour  of duty in Vietnam.  "My movie is basically about-friend-  also Best Sound' (Richard Portman,  William McCaughey, Aaron Rochin,  Darrin Knight).  "The war is really incidental to the  development of the characters and their  story, It's pan of their lives and Just that,  nothing more. So the war is simply a  means of testing their courage and will  power It could be any war except that it's  a film of people of a certain age taking  part in a war of their generation that  Wednesday, July 4,1979  The Peninsula Times  Page OS,  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  ROBERT DE NIRO and'John Savage  Jjttemgt^ a daring escape frjoni a Viet  Cong prison ui a%flr5lSnning_l'The  Deerhuhter", a searing drama about  war and peace.   7  snu>and courage and what happens to   doesn't haPPen to be eiaier. *e Qvil War,  ; these qualities under stress," is how   World War n�� or Korea."  Laid-back plot  music in "FM"  Michael Cimino ��� the  director,  co-  producer, co-writer ��� describes, his film,  ,"The Deer Hunter," a Universal release  starring, Robert De Niro.       ,  "The Deer Hunter" was this year's big  winner In the Academy Awards sweepstakes, winning five Oscars, more than  ���anyj&ter^gle-filmrlt was named-Best|-  Kcture, Cimino chosen Best" Director,       mth a piot w iaid-back as the music  -?P^eFW^,T^B^S^po^g-^tot^ominates-tts soimdtraakr^FM^  Angeles radio station and its efforts to  NEW CAR DRAW  Sechelt & District Chamber of Commerce  885-3100  TICKEST ARE AVAILABLE  AT MOST BUSINESSES  IN SECHELT & GIBSONS  ��� WIN A NEW 1979 CHEVROLET  COMPACT ���  Anyone wishing^o ��ell tlcketiand helpTho  Chamber of Commerce please contact  BUD KOCH at 885-5131   KEEP COOL THIS SUMMER!  yvumt  �� I J  SHADES  as practjeal as they are beautiful ...  a natural window covering for any room.  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The true star of the film, however, is  the music. The tune-filled rhythmic score  contains the best current pop music.  Concert footage of Linda Ronstadt  provides an especially delightful interlude.  The prominince of featured musical  artists is a plus for the picture. John A.  Alonzo directed the Rand Holston  production, co-produced by Robert Larson. JnJCechnicolor. ���  Michael Brandon, Eileen Brennan,  Alex Karras, Cleavon Little, Martin Mull,  Cissie Wellman, Cassie Yates.  NEED BODY  WORK?  COMPLETE BODY WORK  7&a�� *Vm rfufo IBo-dy  Sunshine Coast hwy,  Gibsons    886-7133  ���*f  GIBSONS  YOUR  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  # UNION-GIBSONS A  "4tfHmmp t/m M0fit�� (4*tW$6tt4fa"  * Loans  * Mortgages  *'Best Saving Rates  SEE OUR SHOWROOM'  HOURSi. 10 am-4:30 pm.  SATURDAYS  *CARPETS *KITCHEN  4 many mora great  products at everyday prlcos.  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd.. 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'845.00 Reg. ��989,00  MADEIRA MAR|NA  Madeira Park 883-2266  883-2585  AC RENTALS A  BUILDING SUPPLIES  -kfeaturtog*  i|��p y|||yj|ijW^  ���..*���<]:: m aj���e^Ofl, - mm*^mTmww^mmm^mmm-mm mmm '''Mmxmm^mWrwmmmMmlm^m m m   _| flsMFeBT^elBBBejiBB?���  and  THE ST 100 GAS STRING TRIMMER 0  PageC-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 4,1979  PENDER HARBOUR  SECONDARY AWARDS  MADEIRA PARK AWARDS  Academic Awards: Grade one, Anne  Junior, Vicki Wilkinson, Artists: Dean  Crosby, School Service: Norman Mathis,  Most improved, Angela Walker.  Canada Fitness Awards of Excellence:  -j   Attendance ��� Bruce Hermon, Honour  ''Roll ��� First Class,��� Lhevinne Talento  (12)7Rlccoh Talento (10), Second Class ���  Lisa Garrison (10), Robins Prest (10),  Bruce Hermon (9), Mindy Peters (8).  %i .Service Awards���Honourable Mention  "��� Bob Kobus, Karen Morrison, Ginger  Clarkson, Lhevinne .Talento, Special  Service  ��� Correen  Brown,  Riccoh  |Talento, Brenda Silvey, Karen Stiglitz,  ^Michael Phillips Memorial Award ��� Alex  Muncaster.  %   Business Education ��� Typing Awards  v��� Bruce Hermon, Janet1 Reid^Margaret  jjPj^��TWJbdttaker-Award~^  Student Council Gavel ��� Pam Midler,  Sports Awards ��� House Plaque -*��� Janet  Reid for Nootka, F ranees Fleming Award  (Top Female Athlete) - Violet Bilcik,  ..^_-^nuVValtee^wiu^(IItopJ^  -    ��� Earl Antilla, Sporstmanship Trophy ���  'Janet Reid.   1|~Junior Scholastic Award--=7Riccoh  ^Talento, Al Thompson���Senior Scholastic  ��� Lhevinne Talento, Michael Klein  .Memorial Award (for Effort and Per-  ^severance, ��� Ian Campbell, Top All-  =���-^und~Student-^ophy-^^fchevinne  Talento, Prescesky Trophy for Fine Arts  (a new award to recognize the contribution  of the Prescesky in this field) ���- Riccoh  Talento. ~, ���   ���      _   -  Scholarship and Bursary Awards ���  April Edwardson (by Mra^jgpxisJJd--  wardson, Ladiesr-AuxrTo^ranch 112)^  z^-DebWe-eafswell (^TMfT^JSnlvooaward,  Legion Branch 112), Lhevinne Talento (by  Ron Breadner, Sechelt Teachers' Assn.),  Graduation Diplomas ��� Katie (Bilcik)  Fraser, Billy Knutson, Doug Lloyd, Karen  - Morrison, Pam Muller, Jackie Scott, Kim  Small, Mokie Sterloff, Lhevinne Talento.  Moscrip; Grade two, Marcie Phillips,���.Shelly Brown, Krlstine Mayer, Jamie   Brad  Rogers,  Brad Higgins,  Rugene  Grade three, Darren Vickers; Grade four,  Vicki Wilkinson; Grade- five, Michael  . Phillips; Grade six, Dean Crosby; Grade  seven, Rojene Talento and  Steven  Prescesky.  Top grade seven' student, all areas:  Rojene Talento, Music: senior, Kim King;  Barnes, Wanda Jeffries.  Swimming Awards: Grade five ��� boys  top swiminer,^Iajrk Southherst;_glrls' top  swimmer, Leah Foclrant; most improved,  Dean Schoutens and David Jensen. Grade  three ��� boys' top-swimmer, Mike Kuck;  girls' top swimmer, Michele Vanderpole;  .Talento," Stirling Wallace.,  Athletic, Awards: Seniors, Carrie  Wallace, Brad Rogers; Juniors Lisa  Parker, Graham Benjafield.  Special Community Service Award:  Mr. and Mrs. Peter and Florence  Prescesky.  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  *  OF SECHELT  885-9816  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  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Presceskys soon will be  leaving the area for the Lower  Mainland.  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  DAN DEVLIN, Director  886-9551  'msms&smz^  The Grub Bag  Barbecue  time  By Ann  TOP GRADE Seven student at  Madeira Park Elementary school  Rogene Talento accepts his award  from  Pender  Harbour  (Secondary  principal Tom Rothney.  It's bartecue time again, the wheel of  olce^s^pao^idjjgirequently happens,  it comes up chicken. To put chicken into a  special class of its own and make/it taste  like Coq d'ar avec blanc de blanc ��� or  super good in almost any language ��� then  use a good barbecue sauce.  A BASIC MUSHROOM  BARBECUE SAUCE  Serve hot oyer grilled meat and chicken.  One eight-ounce can tomato sauce  one six-ounce, can tomato paste  one cup catsup  one teaspoon salt  three tablespoons brown sugar  Vi teaspoon prepared horseradish  lMs teaspoon prepared inustanl  two tablespoons soy sauce  one tablespoon vinegar  IVt teaspoons Worcestershire sauce  a few drops of spice steak sauce  one 4%-ounce can sliced mushrooms,  undrained  chopped chives (optional)  Combine all ingredients. Simmer over  low heat 15 to 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.  Note: refrigerate unused sauce. Will  make about 3% cups.'  HONEY GLAZED SPAREIUBS  RANCH STYLE  two racks of meaty sparoribs (about five  lbs.)  two tablespoons wine vinegar  one small onion, finely-minced  one clove garlic, minced  two teaspoons Worcestershire sauce  one teaspoon celery seed  One teaspoon salt ��� dash of pepper  Mi cup honey  to cup sherry  Place spareriba In a broiler pan. Cover,  bake in a hot oven (400 degrees F.) for 40  minutes. Drain off fat, Meanwhile prepare  the glaze: Combine remaining  Ingredients in a medium-sized saucepan.  Bring to a boil ��� lower heat and simmer  for 20 minutes,  To bake ribs: arrange them in a single  layer In broiler pan, brush them  generously with the glaze, Bake in oven for  40 minutes, turning ond brushing with  additional glnzo several times, until  browned and shiny, Cut Into sorvlng size  pieces.    RARBECUE SAUCE  (A real winner. This Is the one we uso  most).  two medium-sized onions, finely chopped  (one cup)  one clove garlic, finely-chopped  Vi cup vegetable oil  two tablespoons chili powder (scant)  one cup cider or white vinegar  % cup lemon Juice  V* cup Worcestershire sauce  one-third brown sugar ��� packed  two tablespoons prepared mustard  one tablespoon celery seed, crushed fine  two teaspoons cumin seed, crushed fine  two tablespoons butter or margarine  Saute onion and garlic in oil ih a large  saucepan until golden and tender (about 10  minutes). Stir In chili powder and cook one  minute. Add all the remaining ingredients  except butter: bring to a boil. Lower heat;  simmer uncovered, stirring often for  about 25 to 30 minutes. Stir in butter.  Store in clean glass Jars in refrigerator.  It will keep well so you're ready at a  moment's notice for a barbecue.  BARBECUING HINTS:  If you llko a robust smoke flavor, then  use damp hickory coals for the entire  cooking tlmo. Prefer It mild? Throw the  hickory on to the coals toward last of  cooking.  Wait until the coals are right for  cooking before adding hickory chips.  Always use damp wood ��� the idea is for it  to smoke not burn. Soak the chips for at  least an hour In water. My son Brent was  real sneaky about the great flavor he came  up with on his barbecued meat, then I  discover tho soaked hickory chips. For  good results In hickory-barbecuing, a  smoke, a charcoal oven or Chinese oven  works best. Be sure to use slow coals.  If you aro using an open grill, toss on  the damp chips toward the end of cooking  tlmo.  ft  :s  ��� Complete Upholstery  ��� Custom Boat Tops  ��� Foam, Plexiglass  & Upholstery Sales  ��� Polytarps  s  &  W.W. Upholstery & Boat Tops Ltd.  Box 456  1779 Wyngaert Rd.  GIBSONS, B.C. VON 1V0  THE WEINHANDLS  886-7310  ret. 886-9819  ���:��:���:���:���:���:���:���  NOTICE  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  and  until  further nolle* AU IVININO IPRINKUNO  II CANCELLED In the <  Vlllage'ol Sechelt  We��t Sechelt  Redrooffi to Francli Avenue  Pleaie advlie any non-resident neighbour! of thli restriction.  THIS IS AN EMERGENCY SITUATION I  Your co-operation It appreciated,  SUNSHINI COAIT REGIONAL DISTRICT  ��� Financial assistance  ��� Management counselling (CASE)  ��� Management training  ��� Information on government  programs for business  Can we help you?  See our Representative  at: Bolla Boach Mo to I,  Socholt,   883-9561  On: Wednesday, July 11  .���*  HOUSE TROPHY presented by Mrs." Peter Beyker. Sportsmanship to t��ah  Douglas goes to Purple House at Bennett, Academic to Kerl Klnsey,  Cedar Grove Elementary .Awards and a Special Award went ton smiling  Assembly last week. Keep Fit Award Darren Wallla.  went to Gordon Pallia, Citizenship to  VOLKERKAEMUNG  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  1*PrI^roaTmenrof BulldlnQt Under Construction  * Por guaranteed control of Carpenter Anti, Rodents, Skunki and.  other Petti,,  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2831  '//)//,'/]/   /,'/ /s7A// <7'7  iVuO/M.M IJANK  (Branch Olllce Address)  149 Wett 19th Street.  North Vancouver, B.C.    980-6971  0  /-���" Wednesday, July 4,1979  Tlie Peninsula Times  PageC-7  X^  ^  we are going to have a  "BAR600N  SAIT  USED CAR  WITH A DIPLOMA  If a car or truck can't make it to the  "head ot its class"... it never graduates  SALE STARTS AT 9 AM - Until 25 Units are Sold.  ��� Imports, Trucks- Klunkers of aB Kinds.  ���&mie (s^mkI - Some Not So t^d JTmsportatMn SptKbls.���  WE NEED THE SPACE!!     .  HERE WE GO again. More confident Blain (front), Canada Week com- second conversation June 25 via  after an earlier surprise run-through mittee chairman Bill Edney (left) telephone to Happy Valley, Goose  with CBC radio, Gibsons Mayor Lome  and Bruno Gerussi gear up for the   Bay, Newfoundland.  Newfie twins on the phone Canada Week  r  OUR NEW PARTS DEPARTMENT IS NOW OPEN  And Our NEW SERVICE SHOP Opens JULY 9th. at the  Former Bus Depot.  JULY 9th Also Brings yyyyy^  Gibsons was the talk of the country  June 25 when CBC radio scooped CFLN  Happy Valley, Goose Bay, Newfoundland  radio for the lowdown on local Canada  Week celebrations, Dogfish Derby and the  log-boraung~indusfry:  The call came in as scheduled and  Mayor Blain, Bruno Gerussi and Canada  Week committee chairman Bill Edney  took turns speaking to the lone broadcaster, meanwhile wondering where  the mayor and CW chairman were.   The Heron Cafe  wiJI be extending  its hours for the  Summer Months  STARTING JULY 1st  NEW HOURS:  7-AM-8PM   7 DAYS A WEEK  SAMIHLE OUR  NEW SALAD BAR  ��� After 5 p.m. ���  "SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH DAY"  FULL FACILITIES  GIBSONS HARBOUR       ">'.!  In answer to Gerussi's question why the  mayor was. absent .the broadcaster answered, "He couldn't make it."  A few seconds after hanging up,  another call came through and it seemed  the mayor did make it.  But this was the originally-scheduled  telephone call and the Newfoundlanders  on the other end knew nothing of the CBC's  call. More confident because of the  rehearsal, Mayor Blain, Gerussi and'  Edney again launched into the merits of  Canadian Unity and the Gibsons area.  Two Newfoundland telephone calls in  one morning should not have been unexpected the way Gibsons' contact with the.  other side of the country has been going.'  The Canadian Council for Unity informed the village earlier It would not be  twinned, hutv ".tripleted" with two  Newfoundland communities.  After a few mementos were mailed to  the respective-mayorsrthe-^village was-  then informed there was a mistake and it  would be twinned with Happy Valley.  The mementos were re-routed.  Sechelt's phone call to Glovertown was  less hectic. Mayor Harold Nelson spoke  with Glovertown's mayor Irene McGinn  for 20 minutes Friday morning and  listened while Glovertown's postmaster  Ford Lindsay presented McGinn with the  Canada Week issue of stamps.  "Afterwards a scheduled telephone call  with CBC radio took place.  mm$mmmmm\mwtm0mmmmi0mmm  A COMPLETE CARE CENTRE - For All Makes.  ��� Tire Facilities  __^J^J^iJ^^y^_K^^^ _.  * Underrating - Rust Proofing  PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT  APPOINTMENTS NOW TAKEN * * * *  FOR ALL THE ABOVE ^***1***  **  **AV**_;  :**V**  ���>  '* .w********  .. * __, **     +**  f  ********  ****    KX  r^~  SUNSHINE  m  s Buy Local  Buy Canadian  MDL 5792  Mi  885-5131  Wharf & Dolphin St,  Sechelt  mmmwmmimmmmmmmWm  mt  THE RABBIT AND THE CHIPMUNKS  "*.  We want to  help you to  celebrate your  birthday!  To Join our  Hey Kids  Birthday Club:  send your name  and one age to:  Box 310, Sechelt  A RABBIT  BY ALAN  VANVELZON  By Olga Smith  There was once a rabbit who moved to the country. One fine  morning, Mr. Whiskers went for a walk. To his surprise, Mr.  Whiskers saw a vegetable garden. Mr. Whiskers hopped over to it.  He saw some ripe carrots, so Mr. Whiskers tried to pull one'Out, but  instead of the carrot going out, It went In,1 Mr. Rabbit stood there  very perplexed. After a minute, two chipmunks popped out of a  carrot hole. "Oh," said. Mr. Whiskers. "I'm-sorry for what happened." "Oh, that's all right, we were just having breakfast," said  the chipmunks. So all three of them went for a walk, while munching on carrots.  SCHOOLS END  ,^Atf     Wit  RIDDLES  Why do Vampires like bakers?  Answer: Because they taste bat-ter. .  mm*',  ... . ���,'(..,���'  Where do Vampires keep there wealth?  Answer: Blood Banks.  '���      ���      *  What car belongs on an ranch?  . Answer: Cattle.  *      ��� ���    f�� ,  What cat Is In the library?  Answtf: Catalogue.  What did the Mother ghost say  to the baby ghost?  ' Answer: Don't spook uhtll '  spoken to.  School's end, '  ,*  Has just started to begin,  Lots of things to do and see,  Lots of fun for you and me.  Yelling, swimming, laughing,  prancing  Oh. What fun to be dancing.  I love summer, so do you,  but now I have to go to the zoo.  LEAH VANDERBERG  GRADE 4 SECHELT ELEMENTARY  A.  Here's a fun summer maze for you to  try, the object is to trace your pencil through  the rnqze, without running through any of  the walls I See If you can get from start to  home In a minute.  TO YOUR  Here are two easy recipes that you can  try out now that you have lots of  free time time!!! Bon appetite I!  CHEESE DREAMS        .v,...,.���.  -,..���.     Put American cheese slices between two slices of bread. Butter the  outside of both bread slices gehorously. Just before serving, brown  lightly In a heavy skillet at low heat until the cheese melts. (You can  also use an electric frying panl)  TUNA BURGERS  Ingredlants:  6 hamburger buns  7 ox. can of tuna fish  V cup celery, chopped  y\/2 cup diced American cheese  1/2 cup chopped ripe olives  1/4 cup of mayonalsse  1 small onion, minced  Mix all the Ingredlants for the Ingredlants for the filling. Salt and  pepper to taste. Split bum, butter and sprinkle with paprjka. Fill  with tuna mixture, replace tops, and put In waxed paper sandwich  bags. Fold and fasten tops of bags with paper chips. Just before  heat log,put o*no baking sheet In oven ((ttOF) for 15-20 minutes, I*  makes 6 delicious tuna burgersi 11  J>  I  mmmmmmmn  y  MIMW  mmmmmm  m ..V-- -~h~:-\."���'      ~ 7  v   '        ���  .     ,-\    '   ���  ..   ---*-������-  ����� ��  PageC-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 4,1979  Elphie grads and awards  ���TOriTSlriiond: Charlene Baldwin- Kim JTownsend. Pauline Lamb) - Kelli Gerow,  Port  Benner-   Lucille Bertoncini;  Arleen Tom  Awrey;   Steve  Balske;   Brian Mdlon Credit Union (Mr. W.L. Laing) ���  Broda; Kathleen Burritt; Brenda Clarke; Beaudoin; Garry. Benner; Shawn Boyd; Hugh Duffy, "Headlands Shield" ��� Top-  Wendy Flay;  Maureen Forsyth;  Kelli Kim Campbell;  Kevin Casey; Dave Academic Award ��� presented, to Herb  Gerow; Linda Hanson; Loretta Harrison; Crosby; Mike Desrosiers; Robert Dixon; Ono.  Denise Hart; Rosina Hastings; Laurie IvanDixon; James Douglas; Peter Doyle;   Hill; Angela Hilstad; Glenda Holland. HuglTDuffy; Harvey Engelken; Nadar  Farid; Mark Frontager, Espen Garteig.  WJNHERJSlCADEMY AWARDS  BEST PICTURE  BEST DIRECTOR ��� BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR  Th��iwwi��    'A'NOW'STOKy  sound  WED, JULY 4  THUR, JULY 5  FRI, JULY 6  SAT, JULY 7  Restricted:  Scenes of Gory ft Brutol Violence  .FotStortlngllme���  Confirmation Please  phone S86-2827  ^^J^oS^SS- dSE Joe,^erry Johnson, Douglas Kraus, Larry  SK^JSlt^i^ ^ker, Greg McConneil John Mc-  field;-Susan-Martin;_Sto^^  Mtar Ovens; Carla. Paetkau;. Nella    ^an  TCen  ^MJa^  Pisanu; Wendy Place; Debbie Roberts;    ^P Nefcdaw, Bruce Northway, Kyel  Sa SeyiW; Kathy Seymour; Cindy    Nygren, Wally Nygren, Herbie Ono,  Sommerfield;   Sheri   Spence;   Vicki        Brian Ostrosky, Richard Palmquist,  Stevenson;  Peggy Swanson;   Laurie    Sidney   Quinn,   Timothy  Raw,   James  Rhodes, Mark Rowland, Gerry .SQhafer,  -Edward Siquoin, Mark Slack, Andrew  Smith, Dennis Stewart, Andrew Watt.  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 140  (presenter Mr. Pat Murphy) Vocational ���  Bruce Northway, Margaret Lamb  Memorial Bursary (Mrs. Ruth Mc=_  Clughan) Nursing -1 Rosina Hastings,  v Rebecca Lodge Bursary (Mrs. Lorraine  Conroy)��- Sheri Spence, Inglis Memorial  Bursary (Miss June-Wilson)���-=-NadeT"  ���_ Farid, Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce (Miss June Wilson) Academic  ��� Carla Paetkau, Royal Canadian Legion  Ladies Branch 140 (Mrs. Ebach)  Adademic ��� _ Charlene Baldwin,  Vocational ��� Arlene Broda, Sechelt  Teacher's Association (Mrs. Doris Fuller)  ��� Laurie Townsend ��� Herbie Ono, Sunshine Coast Lions Club (Mr. Garry Foxall)  ��� Tom Awrey.  David Hill Memorial Bursary (Mr.  Vern Rotluff, Canadian Paperworkers  Union) ��� Sharon Markwart, Delwyn  Innes, Gibsons Lions Club (Mr. Don An-  dow) Non-academic ��� Leslie Iverson,  Royal^ansa^n^gionalv^AeS' Branch^  109 (Mrs. T. Knowles) Adademic���Wendy  Flay; Vocational ��� Diana Seymour,  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 109 (Mr.  A. Pajak) Academic: -~ Kevin Casey ���  With These Hot Weather  Specials I  * WATER SKIS  * SNORKELS  * MASKS  .':* SWIM FINS  * VINYL INFLATABLE  BOATS  ���TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  Cowrie St, Sechelt  885-2168  Sunnycrest Centre,  Gibsons 886-8020  [V  Maureen Forsyth, Sunshine Coast Kiwanis  (Mr, Ken Goddard) Vocational ��� Kim  Mansfield,  Roland Kerbis Memorial Fund (Mr.  Bob Bennie) Music ��� Laurie Townsend,  Catholic Church, Sechelt (Mr. Pat Murphy) ��� Kevin Casey, Parents Auxiliary to  Roberts Creek School (Miss J. Wilson) ���  Kim Almond, Roberts Creek Legion (Mr.  Fossett) ��� Jim Douglas ��� Denise Hart,  Roberts Creek Hospital Auxxliary (Mrs.  ELPHINSTONE AERO CLUB  GIBSONS/SECHELT AIRPORT  PROGRAMME  AIR-SEA-LAND "CONVENTION FLY-IN"  JULY 7th-8th  SATURDAY-NOON  - WELCOME BY SEA CAVALCADE  QUEEN CANDIDATES  - ADULT & CHILDREN FIELD GAMES  - AIRPLANE RIDES  - E.A.A. 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