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Those were the words of Robert James  Shannon, 36, as he stood in the Vancouver  courtroom July 31 to receive his sentence  to life imprisonment for Killing William  Graham Black of Gibsons on November  11,1976.  Shannon, alias Shawn McCord, was  convicted of second-degree murder by an  - assize jury in April, 1978. Five eyewit*  nesses and Shannon himself had given  accounts of the Remembrance Day.incident when he drove up to the Dal Grauer  residence in Roberts Creek and shot Black  with a high-powered rifle.        ���  The two men had been feuding since a  cocaine deal in South America fell  through. The jury, 'however, rejected  Shannon's story that Black.had a gun  drawn on him and he shot in self-defence.  _��t_ Mr. Justice Kirke Smith of the B.C.  Supreme Court sentenced .Shannon to life seven years of a 14-year sentence there   deprived of hope for a future of self-   B.C. Penitentiary. Hia lawyers are ap-  imprisonment with a minimum of 15 years when he escaped in 1971. , . advancement and contribution to society,   pealing the conviction,' but he still has to'  to serve before being eligible for parole.       .Shannon was still a fugitive from ,    In attempting to persuade the judge   stand trial for bis escape from Oakalla.  ���He told Shannon he agreed for tlie most justice when he killed Black 411-1976^416���.SlianMtfsiibadtground^ndJu^toryjshows���.  And he still has seven years to serve in  Oregon when he gets out But that won't be  before July 31,1994. 1  part with the submissions of Crown  Councel Len Doust "you are a highly-  intelligent and highly-dangerous man, a  veritable'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. You  can be what you want to be/'  The crown was pressing for the  maximum of 25 years before parole.  "An extreme case calls for extreme  punishment," Doust said. "This man  should be kept out of society completely  for the maximum time to protect society."  Emphasis was placed on a  psychiatrist's prediction in 1964. that "if  this man in not taken out of society or kept  out of society he will kill someone or be  killed."  The psychiatric report was prepared  when Shannon was sent to Oregon State  Penitentiary for armed robbery and  assault with intent ta kill-He had served  came to Canada, worked at the Drug that he can and has been a positive  Addiction Foundation in Vancouver and prospect for rehabilitation," Bolton  travelled  throughout  the   world   to 7 presented  a  number of letters com-  Australia, Singapore, Scotland and South  America by using false identities and  changing his appearance.  Police call him a master at disappearing. He escaped from the Peninsula in  the trunk of a car after shooting Black and  was not caught until 17 days later in  Mexico City.  He escaped from the remand wing of  the Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre (Oakalla) in January for  more that six weeks. He had been there  since December, 1976, awaiting first his  trial and then his sentencing, which was  mending Shannon's performance in a post-  secondary education program while at  ���' Oregon State Penitentiary and working at  the Drug Addiction Foundation in Vancouver.  But Crown Counsel Doust pointed out the  incongruity of Shannon working with drug  > addicts on the one hand and going to South  1 America to conduct a cocaine deal on the  . other. He said Shannon was quite able to  ' deceive people with regard to his  character as well as his identity.  The pre-sentencing prepared by the  probation officer in the case describes  Confusion surrounds  defeated resolution  Sechelt alderman Larry MacDonald is  "fully prepared" to introduce a motion to  withdraw ail village financial support  from the Arena if a specified area  referendum is not called and confusion  surrounding it is not cleared up, he told  Sechelt village council last week.  "We cannot handle financing of the  arena ourselves," MacDonald said. "It is  physically impossible for us to do it"  Confusion arose after the July 26 SCRD  board meeting at which the board  reversed an earlier decision to hold a  specified area referendum to see whether  the voters of Areas B and C would help  finance the arena's annual deficit   Area C director Charles Lee appeared  before Sechelt council and told council  members the defeat of the July 26  resolution to hold this referendum was  invalid as the minutes of the previous  meeting, which included a motion to hold'  the referendum, were ratified and this  motion was not rescinded before voting on  the resolution,-  Lee said also that after going through  the tapes of the regionalboard meeting, it  was unclear what the biard was voting on.  The resolution seemed more like an explanation of the procedure required to  obtain. funding - from the provincial  government,' he stu'd. '  Jz .'Jafromihp.^itdtii^^tsLme to  be another resolution was turned down and  not the arena referendum resolution?' Lee  said. J > '  "Apparently the two Items' are thought  to be the same one.''''  <  SCRD ^secretary-treasurer    Ann  Pressley said it was an oversight the  original notice of intention was not  rescinded. Board members defeated the  actual resolution to hold the referendum  which was "far more specific/' she said.  The confusion over funding may have  arisen because the copy of a letter from  minister Hugh Curtis did not make it clear  whether the $50,000 grant for the arena  hinged on the referendum passing.   Council finance chairman Frode  Jorgensen said it was a "little faction of  ratepayers in Area B" which caused the  board's defeat of the resolution.  Because of them, he said, Area B  director and board chairman Ed  Nicholson "as a little mouse got cold feet  adjourned and delayed nearly a dozen {Shannon as a "manipulator, a danger to  times. 7 the public and a sociopath."  With the removal of his beard and the * Doust said killing Black was the way  vesilges ~of sTbleach job onrhis "hauyrShannon chose tordeal with someone he  Shannon's appearance at the sentencing���could-not manipulate Jt was a "private  hearing last week was considerably dif- \ dispatching or execution at tbe whim of  ferent from that throughout the trial and, the accused."  previous to his escape from Oakalla.       C    He also said Shannon was "lucky" not   DefensecounselMike Bolton asked that \ to be up for "double murder", that it was  the parole eligibility not be raised from the 7 luck, not good management, on Shannon's  minimum of 10 years and that the decision | part that the young boy standing behind  as to his fitness to re-enter society be left. Black at the time of the shooting was only  to the parole board when the time comes. '_' spattered with Black's blood and not killed  He said Shannon is an "able and   also.  talented individual, intelligent and has  been quite productive" and should not be  .Shannon now will be transferred to tbe  federal maximum security facilities of the  ROBERT JAMES SHANNON  Serving the Sunshine Coas.!   (Howe Sound lo Jervis Intel)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthams Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek  Selma Pork. Sechelt   Halimooh Boy   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb    Madeira Park   Garden Boy   Irvine s Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Registration No.  1142  'dsneb  Phone  885-3231  Union <7;miSp��r5=" Label  24 Pages���20c Copy  '��'  and said, 'I don't want to go for it.'  Lee said he could not understand why,  as Area C director, he did not receive any  phone calls concerning the arena, while  Nicholson said he received many phone  calls, registering opposition to Area B  being included in the referendum. .  However, after news that the  referendum would, not be held was  released, Lee's phone was "red hot," he  "As the director for Area C," Lee said   y^  earlier in the meeting, "Resent the implication that the people ire so stupid not  to be able to settle the Arentf:q*jestiott once  and for all via the,baljgt |wk7", y //���,  .. ^'Ii^entine.facli^liaiSuO^^f^,.,  probably yourself were faced with a fait'7  accompli in this unwise regfonal board'4 j  reversal of a properly-recorded motion to  proceed with the referendum."  ;  Lee protested "an alleged 170 people in  Area  B  have  pressed !jb_ deny  the  Tr- See Page A-7  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17-Hto>M  2  mrm  CNA,  ���__-m  Wednesday, August 8,1979  ���a\  m<  y  % r %' '  ���.Si  yA  '/  tHE LOSING team hits the waters off Annual Sea Cavalcade. The two-and- weather in which everyone basked, stratlons, fly-past, sky-divers, wars of  Armour's Beach with a splash during a-half day affair was a great success The parade, water sporta, dances, the hoses and of course, beer gardens,  the tug-o-war Sunday at the Gibsons   and not only because of the hot, sunny   crafts, displays, crossbow demon-  .501 helped.  Cheekve-Dunsnuiir  Alliance formed to discuss strategy  HE WAS a day early for the Charles Frdlay and avid fishermen should  Brookman Memorial Fishing Derby, take note of the rod he used. One  but Rune Akerbakk, 12, of Port envious bystander called It a "fl.98  C^ulttamr ��^  salmon wouldn't have been eligible rod lielped Rune catch an 11 lb. 8 ot.  anyway, since he used a buzz bomb. It spring salmon near Powell River last  took Rune 45 minutes to haul this one ' year.  In off t^e end of uavls Bay wharf  Those persons protesting the proposed  B.C. Hydro Cheekye-Dunsmuir 500 kv.  transmission line have formed a group  titling themselves the Cheekye-Dunsmuir  Alliance. '  Delegates from Texada, Lasqueti and  Nelson Islands, Powell River, Errington,  Cowichan Valley, Vancouver, Pender  Harbour, Earls Cove, Egmont, Sakinaw  Lake and Halfmoon Bay met In Madeira  Park July 28 to form.the alliance and  discuss further strategy to prevent the line  from Jfeing constructed.  impress release from the meeting said  some delegates who have observed tho lino  for three years say "signs of strain are  showing between Hydro and the B.C.  government and within both these  organisations."  "It is quite possible that public demand  could result in a public nearing being  called on tho big question. 'Is tills lino  necessaryT," it said.  ACMpalgn reiywg on lotters from  individuals and groups to increase  pressure on tho government and B.C.  Hydro and'on contact with groups not  reached previously was drawn up at the  rfieetlng.      *  As of the Times deadline, a further,  meeting promised with Environment  Minister Rafe Mair was not scheduled,  though Kim Roberts pf the West Coast-  Environmental Law Association,  representing the group, was attempting to  set it up.  Also prepared was a brief to be sent to,  B.C. Energy Coalition chapters and environmentalist groups such as SPEC, the  law association and B.C. Wildlife.  The brief represent "a cail for  solidarity," in opposing the line, Howard  White said.  It includes an outline of the meeting  and some of the concerns voiced:  "Tinat the double 600,000 volt line would  run through the heart of B.C.'s world-  famous Strait of Georgia scenic area  permanently Impairing one or the  province's major recreational sources,  "That (ho estimated fl billion cost of  tho project would add needlessly to a $8.0  billion Hydro debt that already threatens  l  our economic-security;  "That the line represents not so much a  response to true need on Vancouver Island  as much as a government strategy for  turning the Island into an industrial park  against the wishes of residents;  "That while some communities were  allowed Input on minor route alignment  considerations, the public was , never ���  allowed to discuss reasons behind the  massive project and in the oplnon of  energy minister Jim Hewitt, the public  never had the right to be consulted on  Justification for the project;  "That the only document studied by  cabinet before deciding to approve the  project, was B.C, Hydro's own In-housc  report "Vancouver Island Power Supply  1082-1099" which has since been  discredited on many of Its major points;  "That the only Independent study done  ��UHpcat|jpo^^  consultant Dr. Marvin Schaffer while  under IJoltract to the TCrivu^mehtal  Land-Use Committee, found that the  project's cost would outweigh its benefits;  "That the government has chosen to  Ignore and suppress Dr. Shaffer's report  rather than act on it;  "That environment minister Rafe Mair  has refused to hold a public hearing to  discuss all aspects of the project Including  Justification, despite many serious doubts  that have been raised about it;  "That the entire process followed by  Hydro and the government in advancing  thla project point up once again the urgent  need for an integrated province-wide  energy policy based on conserver society  principles;  The brief ended requesting the help of  concerned citizens and groups to write to  MLAs, Mair, the premier and media  pressing two key demands:  For the release to the public tho  Schaffer Report and all Information  considered by the government in making  its decision on the Cheekye-Dunsmuir  .^flfitaU���^-_��� .,_~,  -   For a formal public hearing under tho  provisions of the dept, of environment's  linear Development Guidelines to discuss  all aspects of the project, Including  justification.  i��  >  ; r  ' ���r  h  :>77  PageA-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 8,1979  ?V?  P       P.O. BOX 310. S  P.O.BOX310,S^H^T.Phorip;385;3?3i , x" Xy   ,y,. .- ,v:. .^  Helen Parker - Acting EditoL.  Harvjte McOackdi :'ty��jy$&x, ';.-���;;  Helen Parker - Reporter/Photographer'    Hel$i Tester <. My^i^Ssles ,'  Jennifer Hindc - Darkroom Technician   .WaryJPachalsfcl - JM^tisi^g   ,-/������'  '' Judy Fitzgerald -Q$ce'Manager, '���    ���' X ,..-   7  - '/���  Naturalist  ��� ���  Three cheers  There have been times in the past  few years when it has looked as if the  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade was having  difficulty getting off the ground. The  moving forces on, the committees  after a few years seem to be taken for  granted and burn out or move on.  But this year^new enthusiasm  seems to havr7gripped the Sea  Cavalcade Committee since the first  "ideas began to roll in late"Fe��ruary.  ipsnt-wasTfee^oughttrfhstfffting-  Gibsons' second fifty years off with a  bang, but probably it was the  willingness of the committee and  those who hebped them to put in the  long hours, voluntarily, to make this  annual celebration a success.  It .was a great weekend, one the  tourists had plenty of time to mull  over as they waited in the ferry traffic  and one they'll find was probably,  worth waiting for before and after.  Everything seemed to go smoothly  enough on the surface. .Sure, a few  things were delayed, but that's par for  the course in a weekend of that  calibre and since the weather co-  - operated, nobody seemed tamind the  _SSiiL : :   We hope those who made this  year's Sea Cavalcade, a success  weren't so put off that they don't  return next.year and we hope a few  more join them to make Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade 1980 even bigger and  better.  Miiklm  corner.  By ALISON WATT, Park Naturalist,  TPjorpoise-Bay Proyinclal-Parfe-  There is a collection of animals  inhabiting the waters  of the world's  coastlines, which have_been-_gathered :   together by the scientific shepherds into a  phylum called Echindermata; a phylum  is a biological classification, (the human  animal is classified under the phylum  Chordata which refers to the chord or  backbone which we possess);  echimodermata translated into "hedgehog  skin" and refers to the spiney skin of many  members of this group.  Some creatures, like ourselves, have a-  bony skeleton around and within which our  flesh and organs are built. Some creatures  have their soft bodies encased in a shell or  external skeleton. The echinoderms have  their skeleton imbedded in their skin in the  form of definetely shaped plated more or  less rigidly joined together or of scattered  spicules (spines) or plates.  Another feature of the echinoderms is  their radial symmetry; our bodies have  two halves roughly mirror images of each  other. The parts of the echinoderm's body  Report Irom Ottawa  Funding delayed  by Ray Skelly  MP Comox-PR riding  Letters to the Editor  Visits last week to the communities of  Bella Bella, Bella Coola and Ocean Falls  -reminded -me-once^gain^L-the_mauy_  problems of people living in remote  coastal communities who have a hard time  getting even the basic health, community  and transportation facilities that most  British Columbians take for granted.  The industrious Indian band councils in  this area are providing important  leadership but their. efforts are often  frustrated by red tape and .unanswered  letters. Addtefi-4o-4he~usual problems,  of '76. Unlike Bennett who had a hefty  majority in the Legislature to back up his  _punitive measures, Clark will soon have to  face a Parliament in which he simply  doesn't have the numbers.  *      *      *  Speaking of cutbacks, I received an  interesting letter from Fred Taylor of  Powell River recently complaining about  the increase in the subscription rate to  Hansard which is the official franscrip-Of  the debates of Pariiamentrlrle^rites: "I  Jiay��befinr^eiVing Hansards for several  .   The following is' Area F director David  Hunter's correspondence May 30 to the  Association   of   Vancouver    Island  JVumiclpalitiesLjecretary-treasurer E.G.  Kew and ihe replies this newspaper has  received since Kew carried out Hunter's-  request.  The editorial Hunter refers to ran in the  May 23 edition entiUed "Fertilize it with  facts^not^'brown-out" manure."���1���i_  recently there has been a rash of cases in  which these communities have started  projects and even made financial commitments on the basis of firm agreements  for funding from the federal department of  ilndian. Affairs, only to find mysteriously,  the funding has beeii delayed or that the  deal is being reviewed.  In one case, the band at Bella Bella has  ordered three portable classrooms and  hired three teachers to start work in  September in their local school system,  but can't get an answer from Ottawa on  the funds that were promised months ago.  years now at $2 per session, an admittedly  low fee. Now the fee has been raised to $65  per year!  "Is this a rational increase? Of all the  subsidies the Canadian government  provides, the last one to be reduced should  There are some distressing similarities  between the young Clark government in  Ottawa and the first year of the Bill  Bennett government in Victoria. Back in  1976, there seemed long length to which the  Socreds would go to offend, punish and  perturb the public. Cutbacks in service  and huge rate increases ��� like the 100 per  cent increase in ferry fares and the 300 per  cent increase in ICBC premiums ~ were  the order of the day.  And when the puzzled public complained, the answer back from Victoria  was that it was all the fault of the former  government. "If they hadn't spent so  much, all of this wouldn't be necessary",  the BUI Bennett government claimed.  Similar phrases, almost word for word,  fall from the mouths of Conservative  cabinet ministers in Ottawa today. But in  this case, they are blaming the excesses of  the former Liberal government for the  series of cutbacks in service that have  come dpwn since the election. Everything  from Indian health services to Canada  Works projects to unemployment insurance has come under tho axe and there,  undoubtedly, will be more.'  But there ls one Important difference  between the Tories of '79 and tho Socreds  be that which tells of what happens^in.the^  House. Those of us in B.C. cannot walk to  see the House in session or watch the  debates on TV. At this rate, I must  discontinue my subscription. For the same  money, I can probably obtain six  magazine subscriptions, ally on better  quality paper/with better printing, etc. or  switch to another daily paper and try and  obtain some insight into Ottawa."  Mr. Taylor's point is well taken.  Wilson Creek?  or Sunshine  Corners  Editor, The Times:  We see that friend of Council, Regional  District and all kinds of other people,  Henry Hall, has seen fit without notice to  any agency whatsoever, to change the  name of our community, Wilson Creek, to  Sunshine Corners. We wonder what is  next. Possibly, this was done for our own  good for the good or for the good of the  community ��� a favorite expression that  comes to mind.  We feel that Mr. Hall, in all his wisdom,  should really ask the people affected  before he changes the name of our community.  Dennis Hollls  Pageant help  Dear MLtvKewt���  I attended the recent A.V.I.M. meetings  in Courtenay as West Howe Sound Director  of the Sunshine Coast Regional Board.  I was impressed with Mr. Olsen's  presentation on Power requirements of the  North Vancouver Island. I was also impressed with the views of the various  Mayors, Aldermen and Regional Directors #  that spoke on this contentious issue, I *>  reported this resolution to our Regional ,  Board and suggested that we review our  position on it.  From the enclosed editorial in our most  important local paper, you can see mat the  views of Vancouver Island Communities  are not considered factual. I would think  that if the Mayors, Aldermen and Regional  Directors that felt so strong on this issue,  really mean what they said, then they  would see to it that the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board and this newspaper is  supplied with suitable replies from your  member municipalities and Regional  districts in North Vancouver Island.  I trust that you as secretary treasurer  of this association will disseminate this  request. '  Thank you  Yours Truly,  David Hunter,  West Howe Sound Director,  Sunshine Coast Regional Board.  Comox  ThePeninsula7^��!4 appreciated  I'ubllslu-d Wednesdays al Seehuh  on H.CWSiinsltiiic Coast  -��� "-���������   ��������� v ��� ������  The Peninsula Times  tor Westpres Publications Ltd"  at Sechell, l),(.\  liuxJW ���ScdU!l(,U.C.  VON MO  Phono HHS..,2.1I  (Mice hours:��:.!() a.m.  ' toSp.m, Tiics.-Snt.  Subscription Kales: (iu advance)  Local, $7 per year, Heyond .IS miles, $H  U.S.A., lin), Overseas $11.  ('niiliibiilnrs:  l)iv. 7, Sechelt I'lcmentary  Robert loxull  VenMilcsbiechl  lJuiinUCira.y  Maurice lleuislieel  Jennie Norton  Milirie Rodman  Oriicc Robinson  Million Abutter  PcpEgy Connor  Doris rdwuiilsun  Maiy Tinkley..Shannon  Editor, The Times:  On behalf of tho Sea Cavalcade Queen  Pageant Committee and Myself, I would,  like to take this opportunity to express our  appreciation to everyone who helped with  the Pageant. Special thanks to Jennifer  Thompson who co-ordinated the Fashion  Show and did such a great job and success  of it, and to Jean Mllward who  choreographed the dancing and taught the  Queen Candidates the dance routine.  To the Judges, Ian Morrow, Helen  Woinhandl, Bobbi Cramor, John  Kavanagh and Barry Reeves, who had the  toughest job and did their best. Andy's  Family Restaurant, they did a super job ot  hosting tho reception and many thanks to  everyone who attended and supported us,  Tlto co-operation of the Peninsula  Times is also greatly appreciated.  Marlon Alsager,  Co-Ordlnator,  Sea Cavalcade Queen Pageant.  Re: Proposed B.C. Hydro Transmission  Llne-Ch'eelqre-Dunsnlulr  The Council of the Town of Comox has  endorsed, by resolution, the action taken  by, the Association of Vancouver  Municipalities in supporting tho proposal  to bring additional power to Vancouver  Island via.the transmitter line from  Cheekye to Dunsmulr. Comox, being one of  the communities In the northern part of the  Island is concerned the further delays in  supplying additional power will result In  serious repercussions in the not too distant  future.  Would you kindly submit this letter to  the Board at their next meeting.  R.G.Kow  Administrator  Powell River  Powell River  Miinicipality-  The Municipal Council, at their regular  meeting Jield__Jjine_25th, passed a  resolution in support for additional power  supply to Vanc6uve^Island.~7 r ^"  I would point out that, in supporting this  additional power supply, the Council is in  no way supporting which route the transmission lines should take to achieve this  end.  J. Murray  Municipal Clerk  v  Cumberland  Re: Cheekye-Dunsmuir Transmission  Line..,.   ���....'.'.'  In response to correspondence received  from t{ie Association of Vancouver Island  Municipalities and Director Hunter of your  Regional Board, Council had again considered its position in regards to the above  project.  At a recent meeting, Council passed the  following resolution:  "That Council lend its full support to  the B.C. Hydro and Power Authority  proposal to bring much needed additional  power to Vancouver Island by means of  the Cheekye-Dunsmuir 500KV volt  transmission extension and that a letter be  sent to Premier Bennett urging govern*  ment approval of the proposal as soon as  possible."  I trust the above resolution is sufficient  to clarify the Village's position on this  matter,  Mr. J.E. Wilson  Clerk Administrator  Port Hardy  RE:    B.C.   HYDRO   PROPOSED  TRANSMITTER LINE  0. the Council meeting of Juno 27,1979,  the Council of the District of Portrftordy  has adopted the following self-explanatory  resolution:  THAT a letter supporting the proposed  Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmission line  such that additional power may be transmitted to Vancouver Island be forwarded  to tho Sunshine Coast Regional Board with  a copy to Peninsula Times; and that copies  of all correspondence from B.C. Hydro  regarding the aforementioned matter be  enclosed with said letter.  R.A.Long  Administrator  May 4th and 5th, 1979 supporting the BC.  Hydro proposal to bring additional power  to Vancouver Island by means of the  _proposed_ Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmitter  line.  Carried Unanimously".  are radially arranged around a central  region in which the mouth is located and in  nearly all cases the body is five-rayed.  You have probably'guessed by now that  this phylum includes the starfishes. But  perhaps you didn't guess that it also includes the sea urchins, the sand dollars,  the serpent and brittle stars, the feather  stars or sea lilies,.and the sea cucumbers.  Radial symmetry is most obvious in the  starfishes. Though the starfish which we  see most commonly, the purple starfish,  has five rays there are starfish exhibiting  six, seven, eight, ten or as many as forty  rays. An interesting fact is that, since the  starfish has no front and back end it can  travel in any direction and still be going  forwards We usually see starfish when the  tide is out. At that time they pull themselves tightly onto the rock with the  hundreds of "tube feet" found on each  arm, (I always think that in this context  "leg" is more appropriate!)  When a starfish is underwater it loosens  iCojdeK^wf  Re: Cheekye-Dunsmuir Transmission  Line  Please be advised, that the Board of the  Cowichan Valley Regional District, by  resolution, is in favour of and supports the  B.C.1 HydTo proposal to bring additional.  jpo*werv"to" Vancouver Island via the  vgr^pdSiia Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmission line.  This resolution was in response to and in  continuing support ofthe resolution passed  at the Association of Vancouver Island  Municipalities General Meeting on May  4th and 5th, 1979.  R.D.Kelr,  ���,'".?''���'      Administrator.  ���tr  / ���.  Saancihton  At the last regular meeting of Council,  it was resolved to support the resolution  passed by the A.V.I.M., at its' meeting in  Courtenay on May 4th & 5th, 1979, supporting the B.C. Hydro proposal to bring  additional power to Vancouver Island by  means of the proposed Cheekye-Dunsmuir  transmitter line.  R.B.Durrand  aerk-Administrator  Sydney  Re: Proposed Cheekye-Dunsmuir  Transmitter Line.  The Council of the Town of Sidney has  adopted a resolution, supporting the  resolution adopted by the Association of  ��� Vancouver Island Municipalities, at the  General Meeting held May 4th whereby  that Association supported the B.C. Hydro  proposal for additional power to Vancouver Island by means of the proposed  Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmitter Line.  We trust the Regional Board will  recognize this action by Council and  govern Itself accordingly.  G.S. Logan, A.C.I,S.,C.M.C.  Town Clerk  its grip on the rock and glides over the  surface of the ocean floor on these tube  feet. ____-���: -^_  One must look more closely to see the  jradMsyjm^  dollars and sea cucumbers. If one1 could-  remove the upper surface of a star fish and  bring the arms upward together so that  their tips touch and then fuse all together,  then make a few technical adjustments  like elongating the spines one Would  roughly have the body of a sea urchin.  The sand dollar is simply a flattened,  short-spined version of the same thing. Sea  urchins and sand dollars, like starfish  move on tube fefeti Sea^cmcumbers appear  at first to be the real black sheep of this  phylum but if one were to take a seaurchin  by both ends, stretch it into a tube, remove  tiie spines, and soften the body wall one  would have a sea cucumber. A sea  cucumber has five regions running along  the length of its body, like sea urchins,  sand dollars, and starfish. They have tube  feet running along these regions, although  in most cases the tube feet are located on  the three of those five regions which are in  contact with the ocean floor.  One unique behavior of the sea  cucumbers is to dpew out their guts and  respiratory organs when disturbed by a  predator. While the latter dines on this  delicacy the cucumber slinks away and  quietly grows a new set of lnsides.  I will expand on the secret lives of some  of these animals of the seashore in my talk  on Monday night at 8 pm "What the tide  hides" or "If I were a cucumber and you  were a lugworm".  A special event this week will be a slide  show on BIRDS OF B.C. by one of the local  bird enthuiasts-Wayne Dlakow���at 8 pm  Saturday at the park headquarters  building.  Other events this week:  Frl. 8 p.m. "The Bottom Story" A  Slug's Eye View of The Forest Floor.  Sat. 9 a.m. Bird watch at the Sechelt  Marsh (across from Tyee Airways of  Wharf Rd).  Sun. 10 a.m. A look for Leftovers ��� A  forest walk for kids.  Mon. 10 a.m. Fruits of th forest ��� a  walk.  Tues. 10 a.m, A Walk "Seeing the  Forest for the Trees."  1 p.m. A Treasure Hunt for Kids.  M��re ��n Cooper's Green  Regional District       Courtenay  In response to a request by Mr. R.G.  Kew, Secretary-Treasurer of the  Association of the Vancouver Island  Municipalities, tho Board of the Directors  of the Powell River Regional District  passed the following motion at It meeting  of June 28th.  "THAT tho Powell River Regional  District support the Vancouver Island  Municipalities In their need for power and  energy sources for the future, however, we  challenge the conclusion that the  Cheekeye-Dunsmulr transmission line is  the best solution If there Is an energy  a^rtage an Uw Uland; muW  suggest that natural gas or coal might be a  more efficient solution to the energy needs  of this region."  Glen Calvert  Sec. Trees.  The Council of the City of Courtenay  wish it to be known that they fully endorse  the Association of Vancouver Island  Municipalities resolution supporting the  B.C. Hydro proposal to bring additional  power to Vancouver Island by means of  tho proposed Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmitter line. -  Attached Is a certified true copy of my  Council's resolution pertaining to the  subject matter.  ��� D. Ratcllffe,  City Clerk-Administrator  .    "Moved by AM. Davie and.aec.byAM.  Coast Regional Board and the Peninsula  Times supporting the resolution passed at  , tho general meeting of the Association of  Vancouver Island Municipalities held on  Editor, The Times;  I would like to add my voice to that of  your correspondent in last week's Issue  regarding tho Cooper's Green situation.  I nlso live In the vicinity of tho green  and am sick and tired of waiting for  something to be done about It. Each year  the accesses to the waterfront area and  launching rump are deliberately being  made more difficult for use of the local  residents.  I realize that tho owners of the property  have every right to use their area as a  campsite if they so wish, but 1 do object to  their Infringement on public property.  There is so little public land end beach  access that every Inch of It Is precious anil  must be well guarded against the qiUet  takeover by some living on the waterfront.  It seems to be a case of "Don't say  ,fh mmTmjm mwVmtmWL 'mmmmm^mw 'mm 'WWw ^fapa^^w Ap^H^bsf>>*W'. Ww*Smm~'mmm' "'w^l "���"���  , notice." ,,, ���..,���.   But wo do notice ��� wo do resent ��� wo  do protest, and will continue to protest  until this Is finally rectified.  Of particular notice is the fact that  there are plenty of signs Indicating tho  approach to Ihe launching rump via the  private route, nnd the cost thereof. There  Is however, no sign to Indicate that this Is a  public ramp which can he approached nnd  used without having to make payment.  Likewise there are no sign? stating that  the public may uso the access diagonally  through the green and could park there  free of charge. But In order to prevent  those of us from using this nron, tho exit to  the waterfront hns boon blocked by large  lots.  These fuels, plus those stated In last  week's letter have already been pointed  out to our area representative and have  been protested many times, to no aval). 1  recall that last summer the local fish nnd  gume warden voiced h(a objection to the  contamination of tho wutorfront, but this  'Tiiiilllsolxi^  residents would like to know why.  Mrs. Huth Forrester  RR1  Unlfmoon Buy  r Wednesday, August 8, 1979  The Peninsula Times     Page A-3  no���  purchase  necessary  Gov't inspected gr. A Beef  sirloin steak     $089  bon�� in lb.  Jb  Gov't inspected   in 5 Ib. bogs, frozen  frying $ 149  chicken legs     ������ 1  oven fresh, econo pack  pkg. of 5 - 16 oz. loaves  bread  80% whole wheat  $189  or white  i    Jl -i     ������ *'  1  Canada No. 1 California  plums  8 varieties ...  lb.  49  Gov't Inspected gr. A beef  whole $199  round steak ^' lb 1  Gov't Inspected grade A beef  T-bone steak  $129  ib. W  Supertfelu  ���pKSDflS  EXPORT W  ('.  HHHIH.  iSfRMol  B.C. SALMON  HCDDV WORLD'S  UCrfDT  LARGEST  JULYiST-SEPT.3'79  a total of over  *650OO?��  won in gold and prizes  FULL DETAILS AT YOUR SUPERVALU '  SHOPPING CART DERBY  JUNE 26TH-SEPT. 3RD 79  a total $33,000����  FULL DETAILS AT YOUR SUPERVALU STORE.  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Chiffon  bathroom tissue  4 roll pack ...  m  White Swan  paper towels      QQ��  2 roll nock  .    ^m  %LW  2 roll pack  McCalls Cookbook Collection  Each week one volume        *| 9 Q  will be on sale ��� * 51  VOLUMES 2-8 ONLY  l?  each  r1  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  Im  SupeiValU    On Purchase of  3 dozen oven fresh dinner rolls  or Weston Totem rolls  $|00 QCp  COUPON  Limit one purchase per  customer at SuperValu.  Coupon expires Saturday,  August 11th, 1979.  1  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  j %g***^*f  The Creek runoff  Market successful  By JEAN IE NORTON, 886-9609  PageA-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 8, 1979  Gibsons glimpses  Pipe bands and beards  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  ,. The opening ceremonies on stage on the  whW, Friday evening, were capably  handled by Master of Ceremonies, Geoff  Madoc-Jones who .welcomed everyone.  (Geoff was the Queen Pageant M.C. also).  The Sea Cavaleade Queen candidates, who  had been escorted by a member of their  sponsoring body, were grandly piped down  the wharf by the Sechelt Pipe Band and  introduced on stage. Queen Maureen  Forsyth and her Princesses Karin  chterberg-and������aria���Paetkau  were-"  presented and Queen Maureen gave her  opening speech welcoming all to participate  in   the   1979  Sea   Cavalcade  weekend.  Mayor Lome Blain presented Maureen  with a cheque from the Village of Gibsons.  This will be of great assistance to Queen  Maureen when she travels to attend and  participate in the PNE Pageant in Vancouver. Good Luck Maureen, we wish you  success during the PNE competitions and  shall be pulling for you all the, way.  Dick Blakeman and crew did a fantastic job of starting the Sea Cavalcade  festivities with a BANG, when they blew  up the neat, funny-looking boat.  After the official ceremonies were over,  the beard-judging contest took place, with  Jerry Dixon as the judge.  The longest beard category, Maurice  Pearson was the winner, he was asked how  he cultivated its growth to which he  -replied, "pig-dung", John Burnside- won -  the Salt and Pepper appearance to which  he attributed its success to "clean living."  The worst beard award went to Leroy  McLellan and his reason was that  everytime he shaved, he cut himself JThe  - Best beard category waswon by- Marcel-  Girard and his reason was, "natural  l^m ^aSESSS^^  growth." The prizes for the winners is a  dinner for two at the Medieval Inn in  Vancouver.  Following the beard judging contest,  the Kinsmen hosted a Teen dance on the  wharf with music by Howe Sound Disco.  The fireworks display at 10 p.m. was  fantastic.  The Gibsons Branch of the Royal  Canadian Legion hosted about 73 vets and  guests last Saturday. Branch No. 68, Lord  Nelson Legion irom Vancouver arrived by  bus and visited this branch and enjoyed,  the comradeship of the Gibsons branch  and were served a cold plate supper before  leaving for home. Everyone of the guests  said how much they loved the scenery and  friendliness of the Sunshine Coast.  ��      *      ��  Carol Simme and family visited her  mother Lucille Holden and sister Marilyn  Greggain this past week. Carol resides in  Kamloops and says she really looks forward to spending a few days on the Coast,  enjoyed the beach and seeing her family.  * *   *  Wilf and Karen Tosczak and son Paul  spent a delightful week visiting Karen's  parents, Robert and Marion Alsager. The  weather was perfect and they enjoyed the  beach too. The Tosczaks live at Dawson  Creek, B.C.  * - * - ����� -    - ���  Nat and Mary Mooney have just this  week, purchased the Sunnycrest, MoteL  ~~from Mrs. ESfla~McNicol7-Mr_����_Mrs  Mooney previously owned the Irwin Motel  which they had operated for the past eight  months.   Nat and Mary are originally. form.  DublinrIreland but had Jived iiuVancouver  for 22 years where Mr. Mooney was with  the Scott Paper Co. They purchased a  summer home on the Sunshine Coast and  fellin love with this area, that's when they  decided they would like to live here and  went into the motel business.  They think that Gibsons is beautiful and  can easily give Ireland some scenic  competition, Mary hopes the folks in  Ireland won't receive the local newspaper  ��� and see.this statement... ^ s,^. .^, &.-..,  Linda McNicol is taking a well-  deserved holiday in England and Spain  and should be back in about two months.  * *   *  Mo  and  Lorrie  Girard  have  just  returned from a five day holiday in  Salmon, Idaho. They white-water-rafted  for five days on the Salmon River. Lorrie  tells us that they had a "ball" and the trip  was simply fantastic! They crossed from  the eastern boundary to the western  boundary of the state of Idaho.  -���Bigheads^fTpurpIercabbageryummy���  chocolate eclairs, eggs freshly plucked  from beneath the chicken, pots of fragrant '  sage and oregano, wedes of creamy white  goat's cheese, freshly dug red potatoes ���  there was everything from pottery to live  chickens (yep!) at the last Roberts Creek  Farmer's Market. And the vendors hardly  got their wares unpacked before they were  sold out ��� some of the buyers were so  ' eager they were there an hour early.  Despite the late notice and a disappointing turnout, of vendors, the Market  was seemed enough of a success to try  again. So there'll be another this Sunday,  August 12, from 12 till 3 (or as long as the  stock holds out) in the park behind the Post  Office.  It's an ideal way to dispose of all that  extra produce ��� and the way the gardens  are popping this year, there's a lot of it;  And the people without a patch of their own  ^rej^ty_appreeiative-of4he-fresi  So stop worrying about what to do with all  those monstrous zucchini... or lettuce...  or snap beans... or... and bring them on  down.  Home-baking's always a good seller so  whip up a batch of cookies or muffins ���  fresh pies wouldn't last a minute. Crafts  are welcome ��� the pottery went well last  time and we're expecting more crafts  after the Sea Cavalcade crafts fair.  If you want to get together with some  friends and have a flea market, go ahead.  Any anything else you can think of ��� we're  looking for new ideas.  Sellers are asked to get there early ���  mustn't keep the customers waiting! You  have to bring your own table or blanket for  display purposes and there's a charge of 10  per cent of your sales for the Community  Association.  ���For more information call. Christabel  Watson at 885-9553 or Judy Fitzgerald at  885-3231 days and 885-5059 evenings. See  y'all there!  SORRY!  It was bound to happen ��� Twin Creek  Lumber & Building Supply were omitted  from the list of contributors to Roberts  Creek Daze we printed in the paper last  week. Our most abject apologies and a  special thanks.  EASTWOOD & COMPANY  MABEL C. EASTWOOD, B. Ed., U..B.  -��� DAVID A; GAGNON, LL.B.       7  ���~r���  HUGH W. JONES, BA, LL.B.  _       DAVID ROPER, BA, AAA, PH;D, LL.B (Articled Student)  Are pleased to announce The OPENING of their branch law firm,  on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8,1979, at Suite 203,1192 Cowrie Street,  Sechelt, B.C. Telephone 885-5831  Village of Gibsons  Notice of Application to the Comptroller of  Water Rights Under the Water Utilities Act  and the Energy Act.  NOTICE is hereby given by the VILLAGE OF GIBSONS that an application has been made to the Comptroller of Water Rights tor an  amendment to the certificate of public convenience and necessity  for the proposed operation of a waterworks distribution system to  serve residents In the area of,  Highway #101 and Henry Road, specifically;  Lot 3, Block C, Plan 16702, District Lot 690,  Lot 1, Block C, Plan 10833, District Lot 690,  Lot 4, Block C, Plan 16702, District Lot 690,  Block 3, Plan 3455, D.L. 902, Except south 400 feet of east 200,  Plan 3455, D.L. 902, Pel. A - C390020L of Lot 3,  Lot 1, Block B, Plan 4573, D.L. 690,  Lot 1, Block C, Plan 3598, D.L. 690,      ,  Lot 2, Block B, Plan 4573, D.L. 690,  Block 8, Plan 3654, D.L. 902,  Block C, Plan 10833, D.L. 690, Lot 2 of Pel. B of Lot 1,  Block C, Plan 4973, D.L. 690, Pel 1 of Lot B of Lot 4,  Lot C, Block 8/ Plan 15339, D.L. 682,  Block 2, Plan 3639, D.L. 683,  Lot 8, Block 6, Plan 3633, D.L. 692,  Lot B, Block 1, Plan 9351, D.L. 603,  Block 8, Plan 4779, D.L. 682, Parcel B Exp. 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He spoke of how a new era for the Arts  Council in Sechelt will be a centre for  culture not only for artists, but for the  community itself, Thanking all who helped  make it a reality, he had strong praise for  the support received from Sechelt village  council and Mayor Harold Nelson in  particular.  .Special thanks went to four people,  Birrell Schwartz, Doris Crowston, Ola  Arnold and Clarke Steabner.  One person who deserves the most  thanks is Clarke .Steabner, Jie made  everything go. Keith then presented  Clarke with the gift of a "Come-a-long"  from the members^'  It was a pleasure to be opening the    Mntaj.wffli aritPh[high calibre artists as  David Burggraf and Muriel Parfitt.  New president Vivian Chamberlin was  then called upon and said she had been ih  the Arts Council" quite a while and  -��� remembered when this building was Just ia  gleam in Clarke's eye. Hoping everyone  will support the new centre in the very  exciting year planned, not only In visual  but in performing arts.  The water color donated by artist Allan  Edwards, was to go to the highest bidder in  a silent auction and top bidder was S.  Boutilier with $250.  Doris Crowston was presented with a  corsage for 10 years of very active work,  seven of them as president. She spent  more time than anyone could possibly  Tuesdays through to Saturdays from 11 to  4 p jn. Step inside and savour the feeling of  this place., .   ~"   ~    "~7  TRAVELLER AND VISITOR        !,  Mrs. Blight of West Sechelt flew to  England for a three-week vacation and:  returned with her nephew Bruce Waller of       West Coast Air Services of Vancouver  --���I   Eastteigh, England who will visit here-fer���nas_agrei?cLto_purchase-Tyee- Airways,  Wednesday, August 8,1979  Hie Peninsula Times  realize.  Then it was time to officially open the  building the Mayor Harold Nelson was  called upon to cut the ribbon.  Keith Wallace called for a toast to the  success of the new Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre.     '    .,  Vivian Chamberlain gave special  thanks to Keith and his; wonderful, committee.. Who were they? Well there was  Jody Pilling, Donna Shugar, Bob Peck,  Bob Graham on the bar" with Bronia  Bobbins and Vicki Dobbin, Ludy Fox, Joy  Graham, Bruce Mosely. Trese Svoboda  and lots of help from Birrell Schwartz, and  support from other members.  There were 200 invitations sent out to .  members and donors, 175 replied and at  least 200 came;  It was a glamorous, exciting evening in,  Sechelt, a very dress-up affairand there  was a justifiable glow of pride on the faces  of those ..who ma the mosl.lo make tills aii-~feels ran he done^by^iimr���"  three weeks,,  PROGRESS ENDS ERA OF FLIGHT  Al Campbell arrived in .Sechelt in 1959  flying for Sky Taxi with a one-passenger  Super Cub. He did this for one year. Then  he incorporated a company, took, in a  partner Roy Moulton, a retired PWA pilot;  bought him out a year later and started  Tyee Airways with a borrowed Cessna 170  two-passenger float plane which be used  for one year before he started paying for it.  Soon thatwas changed for a 172 Cessna,  then a second 172 was purchased, a 180  Husky joined the outfit to be replaced by a  Norseman which in turnwas dumped for  three Beavers and an Otter 180, 10-  passenger.  Always keeping up with the growth of  the area, the pace has speeded up in the  past few years and to expand to the extent  it is now needed is proving more than he  Pitch-In  Hcep    Bftti/h Columbia  Beautiful  possible/  One thing'that was most pleasing was -  these were young adults whose ideas and  involvement were the. prime instigators  and with their enthusiasm, swept everyone  along with them..  . Both artists on show at the gallery were,  present and easy to talk with: Muriel  Parfitt is just as interesting and delightful  as her pottery, David Burggraf painted all  of the paintings on show that were there by  courtesy of the present owners of his  various works.  The performing artists putting on a  show outside were the Gerardo Avila  performers in Mime, a tableau of Vivant,  the traditional "Bringing Paintings to  life".  Music for the evening supplied by Ron  Watts on the clarinet and voice, Budge  Schachte on the electric guitar, two  delightfully talented musicians.  Saturday, August 4, the building opened  to the public at 11 a.m. and will be open  KOK, AAOORBY, KOWBLUK & CO.  CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS  JOHN W. AAOORBY, C.G.A. Resident Partner  BUSINESS-885-3511 Residence - 885-2498  REFUGEE AID  Please Return This Coupon To:  P.O. Box 1186, Sechelt B.C*  1 ~\-K)-  D     I ENCLOSE A SINGLE DONATION OF $   ���    I ENCLOSE 12 POST-DATED CHEQUES OF $ ..  ��� �����������<  EACH.  Please Moke Cheques A Money Orders Payable to:  SUNSHINE COAST SOCIETY FOR VIETNAMESE REFUGEES  G    I WOULD LIKE A COPY OF THE CONSTITUTION AND I THEREFORE  ENCLOSE A STAMPED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE.  ���    I CAN DONATE [e.g. cloth**, food, accommodation, time etc.]   ....(... ,  j|,.,,,,,,, (   * ��� ,,  Name   AddroM    ;, .7   Phono    West Air will take over when Air  Transport gives its approval which should-  be forthcoming without any hitch.  Already they are bringing in their  equipment, Tyee now has a twin engine  Otter capable of carrying 18 passengers,  quite a jump from 20 years ago with one  passenger.  Service is fantastic by plane. With the  new terminal next to CPR boats, one may  hop to the Vancouver Harbour, catch a  plane to Victoria or Gulf Islands and no  crosstown travel. North Shore residents  will come over on the Sea Bus and within  15 minutes be in Sechelt, for $24 return,  which puts them in position to compete  with the B.C. Ferries. Friday evening  between 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., 100  people travel by plane from Vancouver to  Sechelt. ~���  When first here, there were four water  taxis operating in Porpoise Bay and they  scoffed at the one-man plane, but now the  taxis have disappeared.  Ninety���per-rcent~dependent-on-1he  logging industry, now business has  stahlilized with the growth ofJthe..tourist  Input���As the logging camps' close due to  fire hazard, the tourists move in to take up  the slack.  Starting from a little dog shack on the  float to the present accommodation with a  staff of 32, including 11 pilots, one a young  lady Sandy Lloyd hired two months ago.  The staff was hired as it was needed  and must be well satisfied as they stay on.  The first pilot hired, Fred Bitter is still  flytaigJfcsJ^,,, ,..,,... ";.,,..  <; ,;:7 Butwili iteverite the same again? The>|  ;:>mercy flights with calls in the middle of'  the night for pilots to take off at first light  to rush medical aid to some remote  logging camp at "no charge in many instances. The friendly communication for  people living far up inlets and back areas,  often their only contact with the outside  world.  The fishermen who can fish a few hours  longer with a charter plane dropping  beside the charter boat to pick them up for  a fast trip home. The many times these  small planes flying low over the strait  have spotted a boat in trouble radioing for  help or setting down alongside for rescue.  The man who has built this business up  is a modest fellow who has earned the love  and devotion of the staff and it Is to Al  Campbell they give their allegiance.  Al will continue for one year,'perhaps  longer. His wife Dolly says they are  overdue for holidays so maybe it will be  easier for her to pry him loose from the  business. Whatever, we wish the Campbells well. They have met Sechelt area's  needs pleasantly and faithfully.  COLLINGWOOD GET-TOGETHER  Welcome are all "Oldtlmers" 60-oi*  over, who lived in, or have been associated  with Collingwood. Keep open, Sunday,  September 30 and be there from 1 p.m. to 5  p.m. at the Champlaln Mall on East 54th  Ave., Vancouver.  subject of approval by the Air Transport'  Committee of the federal government, it  was announced last week by West-Coast  Air Chief Executive officer and chairman  Lynn C.Thow and Tyee president Al  Campbell.  Based in Sechelt, Tyee Air provides  scheduled air service between a number  of coastal communities along the Strait of  Georgia, including Nanaimo and both  Vancouver Airport and Vancouver Harbour.  The company has developed considerably over the years since Campbell  started in 1962 with a borrowed aircraft. It  was so successful in its first year of  operation, the owner of the aircraft  suggested the company buy it. Tyee  Airways has always had a close  association with West Coast Air Services.  With tbe acquisition, West Coast Air  jntends to improve the service now offered  lo.tne isiana and coastal communities  bordering on the Gulf of Georgia.  Thow said West Coast Air is fortunate  in retaining Campbell's service on an  advisory basis and changes, in the  operating schedules of, Tyee Airways are  hot intended1 in the immediate future,  Tyee will be given space in the Vancouver Harbour terminal facilities of West  Coast Air for operations out of Vancouver,  and new owners will also provideTyeewith  larger Twin Otter aircraft to meet the  passenger demand during peak periods.  Small etched mirrors for your table^  centre.   They   reflect" your   flower -  arrangements in such a delightful way. ���  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Attend  the Church  of  PageA-5  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  iFhone 885-3157, 886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.ra.-r-St. John's. Wilson Creek  li:15 a.m.- Gibsons  Aug. T8tft,  3rd.  The New Look PNE for '79  NASA Space Exhibit  Stunning pictures of Jupltor from  tho Voyagor Spacecraft,  PLUS  A apoclally protected Rook .from the  Moon brought back by Apollo 16.  ��� Showcase '79  Groat performances throughout the  Fair from ~  HEART ��� August 10  SUPER VALU CIRCUS .    ,  August 22 ��� 24'  ROLF HARRI8 - August 29  JONI MITCHELL ��� Soptembor 2  PRI8M ��� September 3  The New Look of Playland  11 new rides and attractions hood*  lined by Iho Incredible JETSTAR II,  pro-  Livestock/Agriculture  Mora entries, more exciting  grams to see.  Horse Show  With over 800 entries, and now  events, the horse show shouldn't be  missed,     ,..      , * e>_  Qrnnd Prizes  J160,000 Grand Prize Homo, A Car a  Day, An Appliance A Day,  Free Attractions  More to see,, much moro to do ���  FREEI Catoh the bio PNE Parade  August 18.  Esso Talent Festival B.C.  Regional finalists perform to determine the boat talent In the Province,  Qulnneai World Record Challenges  ���A 70 pound Turkayl tThe world's largest donutl  ���And More ��� at PNE 78  PactflcilationatExhtbtttcirr"~  Village of Gibsons           -  Notice of Application for An Exemption from the  Provisions of the Water Utilities Act.  ���  NOTICE is hereby given by the Village of Gibsons that an application has been made to the Comptroller of Water Rights for an  exemption-from-the provision* of the Water Utilities Act and the  Energy Act with regard to the conveying of a bulk supply of water  as described In the proposed agreement between the Village of  Gibsons and the Sunshine Coast Regional District.  A copy of the agreement is available for inspection at the Municipal  Offices, 1490 South Fletcher, Gibsons, B.C., during regular office  hours.  J.W. COPLAND,  Municipal Clerk  Village of Gibsons,  P.O. Box 340,  ���Gibsons, B.C.            -        VON 1V0  Erst  TABLERITE MtATS  Whole or Shank, grain fed,  PORK  LECR0AST>*  insp... .Ib.!  Can. Gr. A  ROUND STEAK $029   lb. dm  Boneless, whole cut  $069  Boneless  SIRLOIN TIP  STEAK  PORK SHOULDER  BUTT STEAK    $149  Cut thick for BBQ .....lb.   JL  Suni\y Morn  SLICED  SIDE BACON  Vac.  Pak.   lb.  FROZEN MOD  Snowcap  HASHBROWNS 21b   Sunklst  LEMONADE Reg. Pink 12 oz each'  PRODUCE  GREEN SEEDLESS ino  THOMPSON GRAPES  IGA SPECIALS & VALUES  GROCERY  Carnation *����� An  SOLID WHITE TUNA 7., *1*9  Del Monte A A *  PINEAPPLEJUICE '*., 89  FLAVOUR CRYSTALS �� *i����,79  Maple Leaf CffcOfi  CANNED HAM , ib. *289  MACARONI ,��� 89  IGA Long _t\g^i.  SPAGHETTI ,��� 89  Kraft C *t C C  MAYONNAISE 76.... *165  ORANGE JUICE PureUnsw.48o*. .. o9  Allen's ������ *m a  FRUIT DRINKS 4. ���       59  WHITE VINEGAR mo, $149  IGA Pure ��<i AQ  VEGETABLE OILntr *V9  PAMPER DIAPERS  Newborn 30s  *2  Overnight 12s  *168  Daytime 30s     3  Extra Absorbent 24s *3  Toddlers 24s *389  CANADIAN SLICES ���������,..,��� 89��  Kraft Jet Puffed L _\g__s  MARSHMALLOWS ft?"*"'   49  'owe to uUfldei/ig ��� JIT ffiect/tf  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park��883-9100  ~ * ~"~-^  ������ ��� - ; ���; '   "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES"  Prjces effective August 1*11  i/M��  l,|"  ���*���'' 'lie  1 HPn  '  ��f  I' HaHmoon Bay happenings  Fai^beyonxi^dtJty  Mary-Shannon, Ph,885-9765  Wednesday, August 8,1979  The Peninsula Times  SEAVIEW   MARKET  UPTOWN ROBERTS CREEK  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  Summe/t ^oute  ICE CREAM PARLOUR  .OUT OF this world in the latest 007  adventure, Holly Gobdhead (Lois  Chiles) and James Bond (Roger  Moore) appreciate the gravity of  their situation in "Moonraker," a  United Artists release opening tonight  at the Twilight Theatre.  007 returns in Moonraker  POSTMISTRESS RETIRES  September will see a new face in the  Halfmoon Bay, Post Office, for Grace  Rutherford who has been connected with  the post office for 28 years, is retiring at  the end of August..  From 1951, she served as assistant  postmistress to her late husband, Archie  Rutherford. Following his retirement in  1968, she became the postmistress, a post  she has held for 19 years with efficiency  and that touch of warmth and understanding of the problems of the people  she served. She has at all times given  service far beyond the call of duty.  As well as being postmistress, she has  always found time to support the various  organizations to which she belonged ��� the  Eastern Star, the Welcome Beach Community Association, Halfmoon Bay  Hospital Auxiliary and the Halfmoon Bay  Kecreation commission. She is at presenr  serving her second term as president of  the Welcome Beach Community  Association, so she obviously doesn't plan  a lazy retirement.  On Saturday, August 18, the whole  community of Halfmoon Bay will have the  change,to pay tribute to Grace for her  devoted years of service. She will be the  guest of honor at the Welcome Beach Hall  from 6:30 p.m. and it is hoped that all her  friends, as well as those she has served for  so long, will look in for at least part of the  ��� evening. A buffet supper will be available.  As parking space is limited and a good  crowd is expected, people are requested to  double-up with cars.  If you require any further information  about the arrangements, you can  telephone one of line following: Olive  Comyn, 885-2378, Mary Murray, 885-2613,  Joan Mackereth, 885-9072, Marj Nygard,  885-9376 or Marie Ives, 885-3997.  FIRE CHIEFS MEET  Following a recent meeting of volunteer fire chiefs in Vancouver, Sunshine  the megalomaniac baddie Hugo Drax. He,   Coast fire chiefs met together at the  InvoftivT&reenplay^^���tmttl^ow^-was-pediapa-hestJmnwn for his   Halfmoon_Bay Fire Hall last week to  No less than three major Parisian   role as the brilliant detective whose tall   establish a basis for mutual aid and coE  studiosyBoulognerBillancourt-and Epinay - -order- task- was-to-abort-the.murderous��� operation for improving-fire protection -in  (the latter was used to create the in-   plans of the hired assassin in "The Day of  credible  $500,000  space   centre  which   the Jackal."  Needless to say the Albert R. Broccoli  production "Moonraker", eleventh in Ian  Fleming's legendary series is the most  ambitious and expensive ever made.  It is directed by Lewis Gilbert from an  original screenplay by Christopher Wood.  The eleventh in the series of Ian Fleming  007 adventures, the Albert R. Broccoli  Franco-British co-production stars Roger  Moore as James Bond, Lois Chiles,  Michael Lonsdale and Richard Kiel who  returns as'' Jaws". Music is by John Barry  with lyrics by Hal David and Shirley  Bassey performs the title' song. The  production is designed by' Academy  Award-winner Ken Adam. Released by  United Artists, 'Moonraker' was filmed at  Studio de Boulogne, Epinay and Billan-  court in Paris and on locations in Venice  and Rio de Janiero, It opens Saturday,  August 11 at the Twighlight Theatre.  Bond aficionados everywhere have,  understandably, come to expect only the  best and Christopher Wood's original and  historically became France's largest-ever  set) were used to house production  designer Ken Adam's "miracle" settings.  Locations included the ancient canals of  Venice, the steaming jungles of Central  America and the one-lost city of Tikal; the  exotic splendour of Rio de Janeiro, the  thunderous waterfalls of Iguacu on the  Brazil-Argentine border and ��� outer  space.  The latter was the responsibility of a  team around 100 special effects experts  working from London's Pinewood studios  and shipping "top secret" equipment to  France by high security methods almost  worthy of a 007 storyline.  Latest in the lineup of Bond heroines is  the green-eyed statuesque Texan brunette  Lois Chiles who previously featured in  "The Great Gatsby" and "Death on the  -The Nile". -  Joining an equally long list of villans is  French actor Michael Lonsdale playing  an enthusiastic worker for Greene Court,  of which her husband was a founder and  first president.       ,   ..  She has always shown a keen interest in  the children of the area and some years  ago she started a "Lovers of life League"  to teach children about the wildlife around  them. Canon Greene died in St. Mary's  Hospital in 1972.  Another Redrooffs resident who is  moving Is Percy Partriquin, but as he is  going to Sechelt, we hope to see him quite  often, particularly as his son Tom Partriquin is taking over his house here. Percy  has just completed a three-year term on  the board of Area "B" Ratepayers'  Association and he also worked as a  member of the New Horizons Committee  which carried outso many improvements  to the Welcome Beach Hall.   Tan farmer residents who have never  managed to shake the dust of the Sunshine  Coast off their feet are Joe and Lilly  Adams who last week were back for one of  their regular visits. For many years they  lived at Middle Point where Joe built an  attractive home near the John Godkin  property. Joe who was a craftsman  building, has left many examples of his  fine work around this part of the coast.  MON.-SUN. 10am ��� 6pm  * FRI. & SAT. 'til 8pm  * CONES * SUNDAES  * MILKSHAKES * BANANA SPLITS  All products made with NATURAL FLAVOURS  & REAL WHIPPING CREAM  885-3400  SWIMMING POOLS  INGROUND ��� INSTALLED ��� ABOVE GROUND  ��� CHEMICALS ��� MAINTENANCE ��� SERVICE  Saunas - Whirlpools - Spa's - Hot Tub*  We install all our products  Iroductsi  Richard  Sasaratt  88&-7411  or  886-8023  North Road,  Gibsons  Free Estimates      No Obligation  ;,&&*;  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  *  OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:3<* \...  885-9816   Admiral  Ask about our Ci_i> Mark of Quality  "Package" deals. APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  Use 'Time's' Adbriefs to Self, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS  ���11 AM-2 PM  *Rough Lumber * Logging ^Cutting "Thinning  Held Road 885-2455  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS For Times Call 886-2827  *��*����  AUmWABVKHm*MS!  Starring  TIM CONWAY a DON KNOTTS  THURS., AUG. 9  FRI., AUG. 10  SAT. MATINEE ONLY  2;00 P.M.  <tJ3QQ>  ������*��* ����*  >  8 P.M.  ********* ********  ��������������������.������������������������������������������������������������  *|       ST~3r __ ��� ._ I*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  ��  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *,  *  *    _       ,��  ��� ^P    m^^    mp    *S^    *>^��    a^p    a^p     ~p    "^"    ^fl    ^t   ^^   fa^    a^^    a^p    MV,   a^^    s^pt   fW)     ~^    ^R   asM    ^Ps    s^p    mm   i^k   l^p    aW)    aWi    1^^   ^h    *^i     *^rV ^sj       ^T*   *^T  SAT. EVENING  AUG. 11  SUN., AUG 12  MON., AUG. 13  TUES., AUG. H  WED., AUO. IS  THURS., AUG. 16  FRI., AUG. 17  ^Smmmm"  Somo Vlolonco  CALL 886-2827  FOR  STARTING TIME  For parting  Tlmai Conllrm'otlon  Pkai* Phonal  886-2827  the area. Speaker at the meeting was John  Morgan of Motorola and among the  matters discussed were two-way radio  communications, paging systems and  answering services.  By mutual agreement, the Sechelt  Volunteer Fire Department has purchased  a projector and video tape screen, which  will be available to the other volunteer fire  departments at a nominal rent. They will  be used for showing films on training.,  exercises arid fire-fighting techniques, and  for shows to the public.  Fire Chief Dave Reid again wants to  express the grateful, thanks of his  department for the wonderful support  given to them in their recent garage sale.  SICK LIST  Still confined to St. Mary's Hospital,  Bill Urquhart had visits last week f nm. his  three sons, Barry, Ross and Bill, all from  Vancouver. Janet Allen who has been back  and forth to hospital for special  medication, had her daughter, Mary  . Fairfield from Penticton visiting her for a  week. Another of her visitors was her  stepdaughter, Edith Hawirko of North  Vancouver.  COMINGS AND GOINGS  New owners of the Bob Paulhus house  at Redrooffs are Gerry and Diana Gruner,  who had two children, five-year-old Paul  and three-year-old Alexis. Gerry fihd  Diana are delighted to be here in the  "banana belt?.' for they have been living in  Prince George.  Gerry who works for B.C. Tel was a  volunteer fireman in Prince George and  has, now joined the Halfmoon Bay Fire  Department, where he received a warm  welcome.  Dorothy Greene who has been a  resident of Redrooffs for 17 years, has left  to make her home at Royston, near  Courtenay. Dorothy came from England  following her marriage to Canon Alan D.  Green in 1962. During her years in  Redrooffs, she has been a staunch supporter of St. Hilda's Anglican* Church and  Therapist to  treat arthritic  patients  Occupational therapist Jane Andrew,  from Tho Arthritis Society, B.C. Division,  will bo treating patients on referral from  family doctors at Sechelt from Tuesday,  August 21 to Thursday, August 23.  She will bo working In conjunction with  Inn Hunter, pliyalothcraplst at St. MAry'a  Hospital, Sechelt. ,  The unique travelling service makes  two trips a year Into the area. Tho van Is  equipped to provide a wide range of oe-  cupntlonarthornpy services which help to  keep patients Independent and In their own  homo settings.  .Services Include provision of self-help  aids to solve problems of dally living,  furniture adaptation to mlnlnilze stress on  joints, advice on supportive footwear and  shoe adaptations, as well aa splints to  support painful joints.  Tho van will visit Pender Harbour and  Powell River before returning to Van-  TmIiWIC" "** "��� "* * '""" "      *""* "*"   Uso  to So  ko 'r,|r  II, Rent,  of' Adbrlof*  Buy, Swap etc.  sssafl  Province of British Columbia  PUBLIC NOTICE  ROYAL COMMISSION OE  INQUIRY INTO  -^R/tf\IIUMH_INHSlO~~  PUBLIC HEARINGS  The following Commissioners were appointed in accordance with the  British Columbia Public Inquiries Act:     ._���...  Dr. David V. Bates, Chairman  Dr. James W. Murray  Mr. Valter Raudsepp  Within the Terms of Reference, the Commissioners are to inquire into  the adequacy of.-existing measures to provide protection in all aspects  of uranium mining in British Columbia. In particular, they are to examine the adequacy of existing Federal and Provincial requirements in..,  British Columbia for:  (a) The  protection  of  the  health  and  safety  of worker./���  associated with exploration, mining and milling of uranium,  ,' and '7  (b) The protection of the environment, and  (c) The protection of the Public.  On completion of the Inquiry, the Commissioners will make recommendations to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council for setting and  maintaining standards for workers and public safety, and for protection of the environment in respect to exploration, mining and milling  of uranium ores.  The Commissioners have completed their initial series of Community  Hearings and on-site inspections of uranium deposits. Further Community Hearings will,be scheduled early in 1980.  PHASING OF TECHNICAL HEARINGS  The Technical Hearings are to be held in accordance with the following schedule:  I.  OVERVIEW  Natural Geochemical and Radiation Background and Deposits in British Columbia.  1979  September 25-28  II.  EXPLORATION  ��� October 2-5  III.  MINING  October 16-19  IV.  MILLING AND CHEMICAL EXTRACTION  October 30  -November 2  V.  WASTE DISPOSAL  November 13-16;  20-23  VI.  ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT  Biological Pathways, Groundwater, Surface  Water, Atmosphere, Reclamation, Long  Term Control, Monitoring and other matters  related to the Environment.  December 4-7;  11-14  VII.  PUBLIC AND WORKER HEALTH  PROTECTION  Low Level Radiation. Heavy Metal Toxicity,  Dosimetry and Monitoring  1980  January 8-11  Vl.ll  . SOCIAL IMPACT  Land Use Conflicts, Employment,  Community Impacts  January 22-25  IX.  ETHICAL QUESTIONS  January 22-25  THESE HEARINGS WILL BE HELD DAILY  9:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.  DEVONSHIRE HOTEL  849 West Georgia Street, VANCOUVER* B.C. V6C1P8  X.  JURISDICTION, REGULATIONS AND  ENFORCEMENT  February 5-8  VICTORIA (location to be advised)  If required, additional Hearings will be hold In March 1980.  Expert witnesses representing public Interest groups, Industry,  government ministries and agencies, will bo appearing at tho appropriate Hearings.  For further Information please Contact tho Executive Secretary at the  address bolow. ' " v  On behalf ol the Commlaalon  Brig. Gen. E. D. Danby (retired)  Executive Secretary  Royal Commlaalon ot Inquiry  ���           Into Uranium Mining  3724 Weal Broadway /  Vancouver, B;C. v��n 2C1    /  Telephone: (604) 224-2014  .../ _  J_  Wednesday, August 8,1979. 1_e Peninsula Times Page A-7  ~'75',.7i,*"v7 7��    -T     7*7^ "^M^J_��____________________^  ��      ���wW*  * ^^ j>^ v*_f> W-%, j  77"W  ' \  t"7v7  PROPOSING THE toast in the  opening  of the new Arts  Centre  ��� More about  Friday evening is Keith Wallace,  centre. Joining him is Sechelt Mayor  Harold Nelson who cut the ribbon and  Clarke Steabner, far right, architect.  In the background is Area C director  Charles Lee.  ��� From Page A-l *^ >  democratic right of some 3,627 other  people in areas B and C to opt in or out of  the cost of the arena operation.  "A classic case of a 4.6 per cent tail of  the population wagging the dog, via the  regional board," he said.  MacDonald said later unless the confusion is cleared up by the next regional  board meeting (tomorrow night), he will  circulate a four-part motion In time for a  vote at council's August 15 meeting.  The motion includes withdrawing  financial support from the arena, but  makes provision for the village to hold its  own referendum to see whether the  residents are willing to support the arena  through tax dollars.  The motion also withdraws the  guarantee the village will pay the Hydro  bills and requests the arena association to  submit a budget as soon as possible.  MacDonald said he does not expect his  motion to carry ��� "It may not even get a.  seconder."  However, he said, the village cannot  carry on paying the arena's $30,000 Hydro  bill when the village budget is only  -$250,000, ������_____  &*&'&*���*-'   l y  - tr  -v_yl|����_&  ?&$r*>* ; tfM^yf^  WHAT"A^wmningintroduction to"  Gibsons! A resident for only one  month,  Charlotte Fortin was  the  surprised winner Friday in the  SuperValu "Make Money Contest."  ATTENTION R.R.A.P. APPLICANTS  The office of the R.R.A.P. Advisor has moved across the street from  the offices of the Sunshine Coast Regional District. He is now  located above the Capilano College offices in the same building qs  the old Canada Manpower Office  Office hours will be 9:00 - 4:30, Tuesdays and Thursdays only.  I to  3 is  M��    >J  Telephone: 88 5-5<t40  -i _r  NEW HOURS]  OPEN ALL HOLIDAYS {  9"6 P-m- S  I MONDAY-SATURDAY, 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. J  J SUNDAY, 9 A.M.-6 P.M.        ��  u_  HOLIDAY MARKET  883-2524   J  WATRBEDS  on dispfay  [Aldergrove]  DRAPES  Clmlcm iMada to *Mmm Cbtapw  tyhw. dfltiwolflft wild no obligation.  saratt  8867411  ^*^tn_^��a��wsjt��^t��iji��tt*i^  886-8023  North  GMtaotts  fax Sttntm&i  ttne  SEMI GLOSS ENAMEL ��13? _  i_TERioirnji_��iJ_^  $1398          ���^*\W gal.  WOODCRAFT SOLID COLOR STAIN .*15"V  . SUNDECKJ__IIIII____    *lfi_9^lr  mi PAINT TRAY KITS       ?3"  PADCO PAINT PADS ..*3"  PAINT THINNER $^g,i  DON'T WAIT  BRUSHES  20% OFF ALL  WINTER  INSULATE  BEFORE WINTER!  THE GOVERNMENT WILL PAY YOU UP TO  '500 TO REINSULATE YOUR HOUSE.  The new CHIP program covers all houses built before '61 and covers the cost  of materials (up to *350) plus lA the cost of labour (up to '150).  ASK US FOR DETAILS  mnstor chnrqo  VISA  ���Wlirmn I   688-6814     Jml0t  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Sunthln* Coatt Hwy, Olbtont    -  i  "FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS'*  1 ~..(.  PageA-8  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, August 8,1979  ______  AT SOUTH COAST FORD  U  S  I  s  _  *  mi  5  WE HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL IN OBTAINING MORE STOCK FROM FORD.  SALES RESPONSE TO OUR NEW FORD-MERCURY CARS AND TRUCKS HAS BEEN TREMENDOUS.  COME IN AND TEST DRIVE THE EXCITING LINE UP OF 1979 CARS AND TRUCKS.  ^ 24 NEW CARS  *  28 USED CARS &  23 NEW TRUCKS jf  1  t  1 1979 MUSTANG GHIA  YELLOW. 6 cyl. auto, loaded STK F102  2 1979 MUSTANG H/B  BLACK.4 cyl. auto console, turbine wheels etc. STK FPI13  3 1979 FIESTA H/B MOONROOF  Styled road wheels. SILVER1JTK_FP__a   OONROOF  STK FI17  4 1979FIESf VW���)W  ^     Styled road w&MVrTITE.  5 1979 PINTO 3 DR. RUNABOUT  BRQWN. 2.3 litre, 4 speed, radio. STK F108.  ^ 6  1979 PINTO 3 PR. RUNABOUT  JADE GREEN. Glass rear door, 2.3 litre, auto, radio. STK F119.  7  1979 BOBCAT VILLAGER S/W  YELLOW. V6, auto, radio, plus more. STK MP113.  ft   1979 BOBCAT VILLAGER S/W  TAN. V6, auto, radio, plus more STK MP114.  9   1979 ZEPHYR Z-7  302 V8, bucket seats, console shift. MET. GREY. STK M| 04.  10 1979 ZEPHYR 2 DR. 1979 z  2.3 litre, auto. CHAMOIS TAN. Bucket*. STK MP 108.  11 1979 ZEPHYR VILLAGER GHIA S/W MAROON  6 cyl,, auto, p.s., radld, many extras. STK MP109.  3 12 1979 ZEPHYR VILLAGER GHIA S/W  ^" LITE CREAM. 6 cyl., auto, p,s. radio. STK MP 110.  13 1979 ZEPHYR Z-7  302 V8, bucket seats, auto, plus many options. STK Ml 15.  14 1979 FAIRMONT FUTURA COUPE.  302 V8, automatic, turbine wheels, radials. CHAMOIS TAN. PLus  more. STK F107. I ,  15 1979 FAIRMONT GHIA 4 DR.  MET. BLUE. AM-FM stereo, 6 cyl. auto, p.s. p.b. radials STK F106.  16 1979 FAIRMONT SQUIRE S/W  ^ 6 cyl. auto, p.s. p.b. CHAMOIS TAN. STK FP115.  17 1979 FAIRMONT SQUIRE S/W  302 V8, auto, p.s. p.b. AM-8 Track radio, rear washer/wiper.  WHITE. STK F104.      v  18 1979 LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE S/W  WHITE. 351 V8, auto, p.s. p.b. air conditioning, roof rack, plus  many options, STK Fill.  I  i  I    19 1979 LTD LANDAU, 4 DR.  BLACK,  red crush velour Int. absolutely loaded,  Includ. air  conditioning. STK Fl05.  20 1979 COUGAR BROUGHAM 4 DR.  GREY, V8, auto, p.s. p.b. plus more. STK MP 111,    ,,  21 1979 COUGAR XR7  V8, auto, p.s. p,b. road whaels, p.w, loaded with options. STK  MP112.  ,  221979T-BIRD  , JADE GREEN MET. 302 V8, auto, p.s. p.b. AM-FM. STK Fl 14.  23 1979 MONARCH  ~ YELLOW & GOLD. 302 V8, auto, p.s. p.b. p. seat, plus more.  ***  ***  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  ***  ****  *������  **  *���*  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  ' **  **   **  ********************************  ********************************  FEATURE OF THE WEEK  IN STOCK NOW!  1979 UNCOLN MK V "COLLECTORS SERIES"  THIS CAR HAS ABSOLUTELY EVERY OPTION <YOU COULD  POSSIBLY THINK OF AS "STANDARD EQUIPMENT".  FINISHED  IN MIDNIGHT  BLUE METALLIC.  THIS  CAR  IS  ALREADY A COLLECTORS ITEM. PRICE $29,123.20. 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I ��*.  <:���-:\-  PHONE  885-3231  Page B-2       The Peninsula Times        August 8.1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phona 885-3231  Help Wanted  For Rent  Real Estate  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Deaths, ~.Card ol Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Pour words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  7300 Copies Distributed advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  Classified Advertising Rates: to receive cash discount.  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion .-$2.15 '  Three Insertions $4.30 Subscription Rates:  Extra Lines (4 words)  60c ' By Mall:  Display Ad-Briefs Outside Local Area $15yr.  $3.60 per column inch U.S.A. $20.00 yr.  Box Numbersx tl.00extra    Oversaw* $25.00yr.  s      i      n   j    ��� j   __., ���     <sa     Single Copies 20c ea.  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  jer agate line; " *  SPARE TIME Career!  Openings available with  management opportunity for  selected persons. For details  send name, address, phone  number to M. Chester, 205-  1899 Willingdon Ave., Burnaby  V5C5T1.294-1512. 1784-39  ACCOUNTANT - OFFICE  Manager required for  three hospital integrated  service in beautiful central  Kootenay. Based at Nelson  with 75-mile travel circle.  Accounting degree, or ad- -  vanced student preferred,  knowledge of.computer applications essential. Salary  commensurate with  qualifications, experience.  Apply Kootenay Lake District  Hospital, Nelson, B.C. V1L  2V1.       v    , .   .       1785^8  NEW 3 BDRM Bsmt. custom  home. Double carport.  Exc. view. Exc. area. 461-  6184.      ' 1705-37  AVAIL. IMMED. 3 bdrm non-  bsmt. Fridge, stove, FP,  close to^tore & beach. 112-856-  6670. 1709-37    a>  HOUSE ON Rondeview Rd.  Francis Pen. 3 bdrm up, 1.  down. 5 appl., ens. plumbing.  Refs. req. 883-9093 or 883-2580.  1729-37  ���        ���   -  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  8333 or apply Apt. No 104-B.  4121-tfn  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot in West Sechelt. On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn  LITTLE HOUSE in woods.  New Brighton, Gambier Is.  $15,900,987-2196. 1763-38  GOWER PT. area, lovely 3  bdrm,   2   bath   home,  beautiful view. 886-7543.  1771-  38  Business Opportunity  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30.'  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  ' tf 7-  INVITATION  TO  all good  friends of Olive Provencal.  Family -Renuion to be held on  Aug. 11,1979 at Sechelt Legion  Hail. Friends welcome to  . come to dance 9 p.m. Olive  '   (Blomgren) Provencal.   1877-  37   Obituary  SCOULAR: Passed away July  30,1979, William B. Scoular,  late of. Madeira Park, in his  72nd year. Survived by 5 sons.  Arthur. Allen, Donald, David  & Stanley, 1 daughter. Jessie  Rietz & 15 grandchildren.  Funeral service was held  Friday, August 3 at Pender  Harbour Community Hall.  Rev. D. Brown officiated.'  Interment Forest View  Cemetery. Devlin Funeral  __ Home Directors. 1838-37  POSTLETHWAITE: On Aug.  1, 1979, Charlotte Mary  Postlethwaite, aged 83 years  of 1768 Westover Rd.. North  ,   Vancouver. Survived by  3  sons. James of Alert Bay,  , , Stephen of North Vancouver,  Frank of Gibsons, 1 daughter  G wynne Lind of Keremeos, 10.  grandchildren,    3    great-   grandchildren.    Funeral  v service was held Tuesday,  f August 7 at 2:30 p.m. from  < Royal Oak Funeral Home,  5100 Kingsway, South Burnaby. Cremation. In lieu of  flowers donations to B.C.  Heart Foundation, Vancouver. 1852-37  .������ MARSTIN: Mary Ann  (Marie) late of Sechelt on  July 27, 1979, aged 88 years.  She is survived by her  husband Thomas Walter, 3  children, Walter, Vancouver,  Marie (Mrs. M.O. King),  Logan Lake, B.C.. Jim,  Coquitlam, 3 grandhildren, 3  great-grandchildren. A  memorial service was held  Wednesday, August 1 in the  chapel of Columbia Funeral  Home, 233 Columbia Street,  New Westminster. Rev. Wm.  Hillary officiated, Cremation.  1851-37  Personal  GIANT POSTERS, black &  .. white or color from your  pictures: Photo stamp and  enlargements. Write for free  literature. Karreens Photos,  U8A. Harbourview, Box 323,  Tahsis,B.C.V0PlX0.   1792-39  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:  -Topping  -Falling    -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  3283-tf  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619   -���3861-tf  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Breaking and hauling away of  pia concrete. Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp   fori ree estimates   885-2125   after 7 p.m.  Box 1341, Sechelt  1211-tf  Kaper  f '  Personal  GUITAR  &  Music   Theory  lessons.   Jazz,   improv;  reading, writing, all styles.  Beg.-Adv. Budge, 885-9285.  1528-tfn  EXPERIENCED  hanger. Large or small jobs.  Hour or contract. All work  guaranteed. 885-2005.   1673-37  CUSTOM HOUSE Framing.  . References. 112-734-9468.  1694-37  NO JOB too menial. 2 young  men w. truck & work equip.  Prepared to do grass, wood  cutting, cleanup etc. Experienced & reliable. 886-7880.  1698-37  Help Wanted  EXTRA INCOME. Earn a  second income selling  quality vitamins and health  products. Start part time and  build u steady repeat income.  Interested: write Vitamin  Discounts, PO Box 69337-D,  Stn. K, Vancouver, B.C. V5K  4W5. 1788-37  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  i  Print your od In th* squorsi, Dai aura lo laavaV a blank ��poca> of lasr ���och  word, (  Throe linos It S3,1S, Eacl additional lin* la 60c,  Tokss advantog* ol our apcclol aavlnga,  ��� Run your odtwlc* ���tha third tlm�� la f UK.  ��� || you pay lor yi 'ir ad tha Saturday bailor* publication you g*t a  discount ��� t ic lor I Insertion ��� SO< lor I,  Mall ua your ad, or drop II oil I  In _cha.lt at tha famlnaulo Tlmaa Otllce  EXPERIENCED - hotise-  keepers. Experienced only  need apply, in person .Lord  Jim's Lodge. 1818-39  WELL ESTABLISHED  Fraser .Valley Community  Newspaper "requires experienced Sports writer.  Applicants should also be  competent with general news  and 35 mm camera. Dark  room experience an asset.  Apply Box 148, BCYCNA, 808,  207 West Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C. V6B1H7.  1856-39  MILLWRIGHTS, Welders,  Pipefitters, Carpenters for  unmediate employment with-  B.C.S. ' Construction Ltd.  Union rate $12.51 per hour.  Phone 980-5041 or write 1367  Crown Street, North Vancouver, B.C. V7J1G4.   1861-37  WE REQUIRE Experienced  Ford ��� (Preferred) Parts  Salesman. Full, ranee of  company benefits (including  Dental Plan). Apply in  writing: T. A. Griffith, HosHns  Garage (1987) Ltd., Box 400,  Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2N0, 1860-  37  ~"~S.  CHALLENGING POSITION  open for experienced advertising salesperson.  Marketing and retail sales  background an asset.  Managerial advancement  possible. . Salary commensurate with past record  and ability. Send complete  -resume���in���confidence���io-  Managing Director, Cariboo  " Observer, Box- 4460, Quesnel,  B.C.V2J3J4. 1864-37  EXPERIENCED sports  reporter needed for Central  Interior Weekly. Salary  negotiable, contact Editor,  Cariboo Observer, Box 4460,  Quesnel, B.C.V2J 3J4. Phone  992-2121. 1863-37  SUNSHINE COAST Com-  munlty Services Society.  Position Available: Half-time  program worker for Adult  Day Care Centre In Gibsons.  Salary ��� $4.98 per hour.  Duties - assisting in meal  preparation ana program  activities of senior and handicapped participants.  Qualuicattons * special interest in elderly and handicapped people, patience,  sense of humor, good listener  ana mature Judgment. Apply  in writing with resume of  education  and related  ex-  Eirience to Box 1218. Gibsons,  ,C. VON 1V0. Position must  be filled by August 15. For  information phone 886-7415  Tuesday or Thursday between  noon and 3 p.m. or 886-7710.  185037  INSTALLER required immed. for seamless gulttera,  alum, siding, etc. Experience  an asset, but others will be  considered. Ability to learn  new tasks quickly & perform  work in a conscientious  manner a prime consideration. Ph. 885-3311. 1848-  37  WANTED LICENSED or 3rd  year Heavy Duty Mechanic  for 1HC Dealership. Send  Resume to Box 1028, Hanna,  Alberta.  RENTING  "On*- tedfefem   Apartment*  * Drapes * Balconies   '  * Intercom        * Cablevision.  * Controlled Entrance * View  * Wall to wall carpet  * Colored Appliances  .   Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  FOR SALE  Thriving 4 chair  Salon. 900 sq ft.  Good lease. For more  information call 885-  2818 (9 am-4 pm) &  886-7439 (after 6:30.  Cars and Trucks  '76 VOLARE stn wgn, slant 6  eng, "car of the year". Low  mi., clean, top gas economy, \  radio, tape deck, rear window  defrost, roof rack, $4,800 obo.  Mrs. Bfans, 883-2424.    1822-39  '68 CORTINA GT rebuilt 1600  cc, % cam, side-draft,  Webers, shrived polished,  rebuilt trans (spare eng.,  trans, rear, struts, wheels),  mags, cibie headlights, koni  suspension, 25 mpg, $2,000  obo. 885-2382. 182539  '70 FORD Maverick,  good  cond. 885-9208. 183349  '76 JEEP CJ5,41,000 m. excel  cond., ps, pb, 3 speed std.,  roll bar. Offers. 8854307. 1834-  37  '77 DODGE VAN, ps, pb, 4  ���spd.���overdrive, uuuiy ex-  tras, $8,000.886*350.    1837-39  Wanted to Buy  WE'LL MILL or purchase  your smaller logs, small log  truck avail, for hauling.  Smallwood Resources, 885-  2455. 1611-tfn  OLD GROWTH Cedar Blocks:  24" long, 100 pet. clear of  defects. 90 pet. edge grain. No  sap wood. 95 pet. over 6" wide.  $300 ^ cord delivered to  Chilliwack. For more information call 604-858-9471.  1651-37  16-17   FT.   Deep-V   boat.  Maximum  H-80.   Canvas  top. Good cond. Vancouver,  collect, 266-2988. 1742-37  OLD 78 RPM records &  cylinders of opera and  classical song for our  collection. Highest prices  paid, 886-2513. 1746-38  Legal Notices  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  Estate Sale  The Public Trustee as Administrator of the estate of  Thomas Wayne Montgomery  offers ior sale the following  estate property:  Vancouver Assessment  District  Lot 8 of Parcel "B"  District Lot 914, Plan 98.4  being RR 1, North Road,  Gibsons, B.C. ���  This Certificate of Title may.  be affected by the Land  Commission Act.  Irregular shaped lot with  approximately 93 ft. frontage  on North Road with depth on  the east side of approximately  229 ft. and on the west side of  approximately 137 ft. Lot  improved by  older  mobile  home with approximate size of  WATERFRONT home w-self-'  cont'd. 1 bdrm furn'd. apt,  Tel, TV, linen service. Refs.  885-2627. 174548  FURNISHED cottage, avail.  Sept.  15-April 30.  Davis  Bay, behind St. John's Church  -tmJSfVhittakerRd^HwyriOiT   1747-38  VIEW APTS. for Rent. Easy  access, close to schools and  shopping in Gibsons. Call 886-,  2417,886-7243. 1531-tfn  2,000 SQ. FT. upper floor office. Rent as is at $450 per  mo. or we will renovate to  suit. Heat & parking included.  885-3224 for appt. to view. 1503-  tfn  3 BDRM fully furn. 2 storey  house WF, Seaview Lane,.  West Sechelt. Sept. 4, 1979-  June, 1980, $425.885-9308. 1823-  39  REASONABLE   RENT; "2  bdrm mobile home, incl.  fridge & stove. Avail. Aug. 9.  885-2014. 1837J49  MACHINE AND fabricating  ' shop For Sale in booming  community. Owner retiring. 5-  6 man operation. Two  buildings fully equipped, 5500  square feet. Yearly sales  $300,000. Business could  double with . right  management. Box 799,  Houston, B.C. VOJ 1Z0. Phone  845-2498,845-7419. 186547  Mobile Homes  i  i  i  x...  i  i ���  i  i  i  i  la.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds !  Box 310 Sedttft, B.C.  VON 3A0  CLASSIFICATION  -  _  ...  ������  -  j  LJ  ��2  t60��  60��  60*  18 ���  CHARLTON'S,Cedar.Court  and Charlton's Evergreen  Court require cleaning staff.  Excellent accommodation  avail. Pleasant surroundings.  Only industrious persons need  apply. Contact Linda  Charlton. Box 751, Banff, Alta.  TOL OCO. Phone (403) 762-3659.  187148  FULL-TIME   salesman  required. Call Mr. Copping  at South Coast Ford. 885-3281.  188347  Nam*        Mdrass  ������1ti.WC6M"h  ���;imw:  I  I  I  I  For Rent  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  MOBILE HOME pads in West  Sechelt, 885-2671."   4962-tfn  FOR RENT:  Wilson Creek,  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Mabel Dooley at 885-  9804. 3601-U  carpeUd. Stove, frialge, lg.  garden, responsible couple  pref. 88M235. Avail. Sept. 1.  185449   1 .���.���   Us* Times Adbriefs I  12 x 50 COMMODORE Noble,  Canadian built, unfurn'd,  new elec range, gun furnace,  tank of fuel, new carpet in lvg  rm, corridors. 1 blk to Sunnycrest Centre. Store room  under construction. Sold as is,  where is. $7,000 cash. 886-7432.  180848  MOBILE HOME, must sell,  1977 I4'x52' Glenriver 2  bdrm, stove, fridge, drapes.  Skirted set-up. In ^Vernon,  $13,500 or best offer. Ph.  Summerland, 494-0116. 185847   _���,,     .���7.."..   ��� ; ��_  Campers and Trailers  CAMPERIZED   VAN,   3,000  mi. As new, 886-8239.   1693-  37 .  -ROBERTS-CREEKT^nmd-^^^^A^mperJc^  new deluxe 3 bdrm duplex,  .    *M*2EE?f&\iaSfe  w-w,-appliances, FP. 1tain,   ?xc-cond. $2,000.Howard, 885-  walk to beach. No pets. Refs.  $325. Reply Box 310S7    184347  9491.  169647  Wanted to Rent  FURNISHED, 2 or more bdrm  house. Preferably w. viewj  Aug.   10-Oct.   10.   Premium  paid. Refs. 885-5534.     1707-3J  FEMALE student teacher  needs room & board in  Sechelt from Sept. 10-Dec. 13.  Ph. collect 298-9044 or write to  Maureen Quinn, 526 Louis Riel  House, SFU, Burnaby. 180548  YOUNG COUPLE, newly  transferred to Sechelt.  Req. house with basement  starting Sept. 1. Call 988-4422  collect after 5 pm.        181348  ������������H-.IM������ -in. ��� ��� ��� s,...,.,, ���������������.���������.,,-,,-,  ,..,)  Real Estate  $41,500 -OCEAN VIEW  6 yr old 3 BR Gothic design,  landscaped lot, nice view of  Trail Islands.  Ph. Ross Gamble  112-2744017  United Realtv, 7364831  or 885-2047  1241-tf  .���'12.. FT 1974 SPRITE  TRAILER -��� 3 way fridge,  stove, furnace, sleeps 3, 1  owner, absolutely spotless  condition. $2,995.  ��� 10 FT; CAMPER ��� 3 way  fridge, stove & lacks. Nice  shape. $3,995.  ���NEW 22 FT VANGUARD  SECURITY TRAVEL TRAILER  completely self-  contained, many deluxe  features. $9,927.  SECHELT RV SALES LTD.  885-5622  M.D.L. 626)5  next to South Coastford ���  Wharf St, Sechelt  Pender Harbour  3 BR home on 2.3 level  acres. Good soil &  creek. By owner  $32,000.   ���  885-5436  20' SHASTA trailer, self-  contained, very good cond.  $2050.885-5776. 176948  22' SCAMPER trailer, self-  contalned.   Req's   some  work. $2,000 or offer to swap  for what-have-you. 683-9490.  1839-39  22 FT. SCAMPER. Exc. cond.  On pad In Garden Bay,  $4,500,594-7474. 184549  Motorcycles  '77 HONDA 750 K. 5,000 ml.  Fairing, luggage rack, etc.  Exc.  cond. $2,000. .885-9491,  Howard.  16954^  VANCOUVER Island picturesque cottage. Saanich  Peninsula. Ideal retirement,  sea view, close to marina. 2  BR, dining & living rm - in-line  w-heatilator, auto-oil heat,  carport, lg. insulated  workshop. 23 acres, several  fruit trees, only $40,500. By  owner, no agents or salesmen.  Call8564589att.7p,m. 181947  GIBSONS by owner, $48,500.  Clean 3 bdrm, view, sundeck, dining rm., FP, util. rm,  carpets. 1,260 sq. ft. Good size  central located lot." 886-7607  aft.8, ���-���. 1832^7  WILL BUILD 3 bdrm home,  bsmt, carport, own lot for  under $55,000. 1)85-2762. 987-  0154. 184440  "'������''--"���^p"���^---������---��� ��� - |-rT| it��� -Tiir.rjI'llxri"IT��� liiiii,C;umijqjruwBiatiUJUir    FOR SALE: 1.9 ��cre��. 7 year  old house. Storage shed.  Shop with antique display.  Small business last year, Box  456, Hlxon; B.C. Highway 97  South. 185747  '74 VOLVO 142 GL orange w-  leather int. Am-fm plus CB  radios, overdrive, fuel ins., air  cooled, $4,250.8864040.183847  .      ������a������. ���  L    ��� ��, .     ������  a���������i������  '67 REBEL V8, ps, pb, needs  paint, $350 or offer. 883-9490.  184049  '69 FORD Tandem 534 motor  6-speed Transmatic with 25  yard Reliance garbage  packer. Open to best offer by  August 11. Ph. 826-2322.M6647^  -m-JAtSJAlfMK-10 Rebuilt  Motor and Trans. Four new  radial tires, $2,000 obo. Ph.  845-2573, Houston, B.C. 186747.  Boats and Engines  UNFINISHED 24 ft. Lap-  strack hull & cabin. Call Doug,  885-2283, business days. . 1633-  tfn  FISHERMAN'S Special. '73 24  ft. Reinell. Loaded. Very  good cond., $9,400.883-9977.  169947  '75 p'DAY 20. fibreglas keel.  Centreboard sloop, 7.5 hp  Merc, main, jib, whisker pole,  winches, WHF radio,' stove,  toilet* 2-man inflatable w.  oars, pump 150' rope etc.  $7,000 obo. 885-9364.      170847  25'   BELLBOY,   command  bridge, '72 model w. CB.  LARGE USED freezer, good  cond to buy or will deal my  12 cu. ft. for larger one. 886-  7301. 177348  t     -   -  LOGS Oft TIMBER wanted,  fir,  hemlock ��� or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408. or 885-2032.   .   4485-tf  CAR SEAT for 2 yr. old infant.  885-9068. 187847  LIGHT TRAILER for 14 ft.  alum. boat. 8854252, 1827-37  "For Sale  ---  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.,  -9804011. 4457-tf  STOP!  HOT  WATER  TANKS  -all sizes-  ���best prices-  at MACLEODS  SECHELT  ���77 YAMAHA X-T 500. Single.  $1,000 obo. 883-9490.   184149  '77 HONDA XL 350. less than  1500 ml. Ph. 885-5528 aft. 5  p.m.    . 185547  Cars and Trucks  '71 GMC 6500 5 ton flatdeck. 00  pet. brakes, 9000 ml. 427 cil. in.  mtr, now Michellns oh front,  $6,200 for quick sale. 885-2615.  1685-tfn  '76 CHEVROLET 3x3 crew  cab long box, 4 spd, 350 cu. In.  heavy, suspension to 1 ton  capacity. Not duals. $5,900.  885-20157 1660-tf  ���60 PLYMOUTH station  wagon. $400. 883-2533 till 5:30  883-9933 aft. 6. 1080-tf  DELUXE     '77     Matador  Brougham stn, wgn. Many  extras, stereo, air cond, 39,000  ml. $6300 obo. 118572126. 175648  74 GMC VAN offers to $2,900.  "   885-8779 aft. 6. 173547  sounder, powerf,anchor winch,,  Standing head, sink, stoye, low 7  hrs,". Presently -moored at  Pender Harbour, $12,500.112-  591-7985 aft. 5.    ,   '    171047  '61 25 FT. Chriscraft cabin  cruiser^ wood htill, 283 V8  inbd, dual batteries, sniffer^  sounder, offers to. $4,500. View  at Penga Marina, Garden  Bay; 5304273. 1727-37  12   FT.   FIBREGLAS   w.  trailer, $400.8854779 aft. 6.  173647  32' 7" combination A licence,  good condition. 883-9925.  1744-38  WANT- TO   BUY:   35   hp  Johnson, 18 hp Johnson for  parts. 8854047. 181748  12' 3" ALUM. Springbok boat  w-6 hp Johnson outboard  motor & 5 gal. tank, only 10  hrs. use on both. 885-3882,1770-  38  16 FT. K&C w-70 Johnson  outbd. Full canvas top, 2 gas  tanks, docking lights &  wipers. Good cond. Asking  $3,000,883-2285. 1881-39  HOUSTON 20' O-A hardtop 120  1-0 OMC & 6 hp outboard.  Spare prop, canvas, anchor,  depth sounder, fish box,  deepllne, and much more.  Exc. cond. $6,000.883-9420.  1824-39  25' BOAT, Inbd, VHF, CB,  Rec. Depth Sounder, many  extras. Can be seen In Pender  Harbour. Ph. collect 324-9544.  185349  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 330O-  tfn  ��� ���   7-a ARAB MARE 4 yrs. old  Sire Juraflc with Bask  grandson at foot. Top show  prospects. Package $2,000. Ph.  706-2070, Agassiz, between 7  and 9 p.m. 187447  LAKESHORE Frontage 90'  sandy beach exception view.  Large landscaped lot, modern  three-bdrm alr-cond. home.  Built-in barbecue. By golfing,  Bhopplng, recreation, hospital,  $99,m Ph. 498-4427, Oliver.  187247  Lost  LADY'S WEDDING band -  bold w. small ruby, Along  Hwy - Trout Lake to Norwest  Bay. Reward. Grace I_wson,  G.D. Sechelt. 173047  2 HOOKED rugs, 3 ft. x 6 ft. 1  ���killer whale, 1 thunderbird  design, $600 ea. 8854280. 1739-  051 STIHL $250. Cobra rock  drill $500. 24' fibreglas  (Day) sailboat. No sails.  $2,000 or trade for W.H.Y. 885-  3429. 174047  WHT. KENMORE washer-  spin dryer, $200; yellow  Inglis washer-spin dryer,  $150; flame orange acorn  fireplace, $175.885-9857. 1697-  37 ,.  ���10'"by"56' consisting of two-  bedrooms, one with built in  vanity,, double sinkrpropane  wall heater and electric  baseboard heaters, aluminum  window sashes and aluminum  siding. Inside area is approximately 460 sq. ft. The  1979 taxes are gross $147.73.  Property is open for inspection on Thursday, 16  August-79 between the hours  of 10AM and 4PM. Written  offers for this property will be  received by the undersigned  up to 12:00 noon on Monday, 27  August-79. No representations  are made with respect to the  condition of or title to the  property. The highest offer or  any offer not necessarily  accepted. Cash preferred but  terms considered. Enquiries  may be directed to the  Property Department, office  of the Public Trustee, 685-2431,  Local 16.  Clinton W.Foote  Public Trustee  800 Hornby St.  Vancouver, B.C.  V6Z2C5  1880-Pub. SPT August 8, 15,  1979.   For Sale  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft: 3x8s - 60 ft: 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328,8854272.  3460-  tf  Gibsons Second  Hand Store  Shaw Rd., Industrial Park���  WE BUY, SELL, TRADE  Beer Bottle Depot  Wednesday thru' Sunday  9:30 am to 6:00 pm  886-2650 after 6 pm  177248  LETS TRADE  APPLIANCES  ON NEW HOTPOINT  AT MACLEODS,  SECHELT  mr ���Min8��trWH.w,fsag-  ago. 886-9174. 1842-37  ���76 FORD % ton. exc. cond,  $3,600 obo. Call Dorralne,  886-2337. 182047  For Quick Results  Uit Times AdbrlefiC  BUY, LEASE OR RENT  Record-a-Cal  Answering Device  J&C ELECTRONICS  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2568  ���    1828-tfn  1976 Gallon 12 ton rough  terrain crane as new condition - $38,500.1975 Raygo 600,  smooth drum with Knobby  tires, well maintained;  sacrifice sale - Edmonton -  $35,000. 1973 D8H, 46A 33000,  U-Blade, 90 pet. UC, extreme  service, fully enclosed cab,  winch or ripper avail. -  Alberta - $78,000. 1973 Clark  667. new GM engine - 70 pet.,  24.1 x 26 tires, except, clean. -  Interior - $19,500, Phone 985-  9759. 187647  MONARCH Domestic water  pump. Complete system.  Now. $160; alum, screen door  w-gloss panel, never used, $45.  8854252. 182647  LONG   STOOL.   $5;   used  bricks; large desk, $8. 885-  2571. 183147  in   ��� ii ���������      i    -    ���-���   ii    u-    -Vfn   i.    , - - ,, .... i ' iii   I,      '    '     ���"'   :    '  COUCH,   $20.   886-7130,   800-  7667. 183547  COPPERTONE Dnndee elec.  stovo, 4 burner, 22V4" wide,  asking $175: 10 gal. crock w-  lld, 00. 886-0723 afternoons  except Tuos.it Thurs.   184647  I-     "-I     ���     I      -      -        ���       |-     ���-      ' -   I" I .      | t  18 FT. ALUMINUM rlverboat,  135 hp Jet. 18 hp troller,  windshield, lockers, all access., full cover, E-Z Haul  trailer, $12,500 obo or trade on  airplane, Ph, 442-2962.  185947  HAYES LOOGJNQ IrucE  trailer, in,ooo. All wheel  driver loader, grapple, forks,  E.600.11-ton allwheelforkllft,  ,000, All good condition. Ph.  14346. 186247  CANNING SUPPLIES  Pressure canhers $62.75.  Jars & cans,  plus all your needs.  MACLEODS, SECHELT  1589-33  A.C.H. D5 Crawler, c-w winch,  bucket, draw-bar, log forks.  Rebuilt  motor  and  clutch.  $3,500 obo. Ph. 7484507.187347  See More Classifieds  PageB-7  SANSUI  STEREO  STEREO PACKAGE  G-3500 26 watt  RECEIVER; SR 222  TURNTABLE; 2  Pro-Llntar Stag*  50 SPEAKERS  WITH 5 YR.  UNCONDITIONAL  GUARANTEE  >74988  Olve Us A Call  PRENTIS  ENTERPRISES  Dunham Rd.,Port Mellon  884-5240  IT'S  ELEMENTARY  WHEN YOU USE  The Peninsula Times  CLASSIFIEDS  WHETHER YOU'RE  LOOKING  TO BUY  or TO SELL  PHONi TODAY  885-3231  OIAOUNI. NOON IATUROAV  ),  I v.  Wednesday, August 8 The Peninsula Times   PageB-3  Panco Poultry  The recent announcement  by Cargill Grain to proceed  with their $3 million expansion  plan for the Panco Poultry  operation in Surrey is good  news for B.C. consumers,  according to Agriculture  Minister Jim Hewitt.  Fabulous WF lot with super  view. Gunboat Bay In  Pender Harbour, area.  Good building site. Asking  only $45,900.  FABULOUS INVESTMENT  61.5    acres    plus    ap- '  proximately      700'     of  waterfrontage.       Located,  again in Gunboat Bay with  900   sq   tt   fanabodd ~1TT  excellent condition, plus a  wharf. Property able to be  subdivided     into     lots.  Asking only $350,000. Will  consider   all    trades   &  terms.-  JEFF.STEPHENSON  OK: 588-0131  Hornet 530-2682  (JRE)_RIARS REAITX,  "The expansion will result  in new poultry products being  made.available in processed  form to consumers," he said.  "More B.C. chicken and  turkey will be processed in the.  form of semi-frozen and  "chill-pac" products having  two or three times the  refrigerated shelf-life of the  fresh product. All in all, it will  be a large asset to our B.C.  poultry industry and to B.C.  consumers."  The minister pointed out  that CargilTs stated,plans for  expansion in their offer to  ' purchase was a key factor in  the government's decision to  sell the operation to Cargill in  December 1978. At that time,  Cargill indicated that they  would start on a three-year  plant improvement program  which   would   increase   the  " plant's  employment.   The   recent  announcement shows they are  holding true to their com-,  mitment.  . Mr. Hewitt added that  Canadians generally tend^to  eat poultry products, turkey in  particular, in - whole unprocessed form whereas in  other countries the trend is for  people to eat more processed  poultry products. He felt there  is room for our plants to grow  and capture the potential  markets which are opening up  because of this new trend.  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  -- ��� 883-2233  REALTY  LTD.  TOIL FREEmoti  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  -^  w^se _,  "GULFVIEW   ROAD   ���   Madeira   Park  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $82,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view;  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &.  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  y? :1 f%%\  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 1250t sq. ft. 3  bdrm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck, built 1976, $65,000.  GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residence with one BR  suite on Hwy 101, adjacent to Seaview  Plaza. Good investment at $53,500.  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  SELMA PARK ROAD L-157  Gently sloped, large landscaped lot. Westerly view, 3 bedrooms,  2 up - 1 down. Recreation room, double carport, wrap around  sundeck, lots of,storage space. FP $58,500. Call Pat, 885-5171.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast,f  PAT MURPHY  885-9487  TREV GODDARD  886-2658  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  Highway 101  at Francis Peninsula Rd,  883-2794  WATERFRONT: Ponder Harbour area... 2 ad|acent 4 acre  parcels each with approx 150' of deep protected moorage.  Fairly high bank but quite workable and well worth the asking  price of $50,000 each, '       '���*''  WATERFRONT: A magnificent and unusual 15 acres with some  700' of waterfront In the lee of Harness Island. Haslam Creek  runs through the middle of this fine property ond there's a  drlvoway In from Highway 101. A big plus on this one Is a 4 acre  oyster lease, Make an offer to the $165,000 asking price (29%  down), It's a good buy at any price,  WATERFRONT: Almost 4 acres of prlmo, low bank waterfront  offering deep moorage on a sunny south slope In Pender  Harbour. Has cabin, water and hydro, Priced to sell quickly,  $62,500.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES: A new and prestigious subdivision  overlooking Ponder Harbour, See with us and choose your ocean  vlow now.. , It's a wise Investment,  WE HAVE SOLID PROSPECTS DESPERATE FOR  GOOD HOMES AND WATERFRONT. GIVE US A  CALL ... WE CAN SELL YOURS QUICKLY 11  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ���  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay, Drive-In,- fake-out, groceries; 2  bedroom living quarters with close water view, Here's a  growing business and good home in the most sought after spot  on tho B,C, coast, Like to live here wouldn't you?  AUTOMOTIVE -- Easy to run, well-stocked business currently  operating 6 hours per day, 4 days per week, Add a new  dimension to your retirement and dollars to your Income ��� a  kmell Investment will do It, Call for particulars.  HARBOUR SUPPLIES - Plumbing, elecfrl(cal, furniture and appliances. This business shows a good return aha Is lncreas|ng  every year, No competition lor miles, Perfect operation for  couple wanting to make their futura In this area, Priced to sell  quickly so don't delay, phone now lor details, Jock Hermon, 083-  9978,  MMftOUBMQ  shop and store, Separate small 3 bedroom home lor owner, This  H omonay'tmoHinoiltuailon.M you're a aood body man, thii u  JOHNBREEN JOCK HERMON  883-9978 883-2748  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  r business available with above for additional $10,000.  UI "_* ���s&/rt * ��*  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500/  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  [SINCLAIR BAY ROAD ��� 3 BR view home,  11656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming,  pool. Large lot, level & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. Reduced to $33,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & marinas. $54,000.  '.':__-       ,  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major  appliances. $77,000.  I GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR view home on  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate  .garage. Close to marina. $87,500  MS  I   MS �� i  FRONT ROAD - MADEIRA PARK ���  -Partially furnished 3 bdrm 22' x 56'  J_<ubJe_wide_and-storage- shed. Fairly  level lot, beautifully landscaped in Iqwn  shrubs, flowers, trees, & a vegetable  garden. Close to stores & marinas.  $49,900.  GARDEN. BAYHESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport,'jandscaped lot. $56,900.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3 bdrm split  level. Fireplace, sundeck & carport..  $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1280 sq ft home on  Wesjac Road. 3  BR (one unfinished),'  Citation kitchen, fireplace. Treed lot  garden. Close to marina. $48,500,      .'  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  4      -  ... >  FRANCIS PENINSULA - PENDER HARBOUR'��� Partially developed subdivision'  property ,Wifh pojentlalof 5?_ lots.  l,80dift. of basic road'constructed, 10  lots surveyed for first phase of  development. An excellent buy for  $135,000.  1 Ir-OLE'S-COVE-���-5��-treed-acres-  located   near  Lord  Jim's  Lodge  with  access/to  water.  Well  on   property.  $50,000'/   '  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront.. Site has been,,  lp re pa red for possible" use as a large  WF trailer-camper-park & fishing  resort. This is an excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank interest rate.  ')-,.  MIDDLEPOINT ���"2 bdrm home, 1100 sq.  ft. on 9.5�� fairly level, treed acres. Well.  B50��ft. frontage on Highway 101,  $49,000.  % RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� treed acres, close  to public lake access. $19,800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3A�� acres &  4db acres, semi-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & |ust a few feet to the  waterfront, rfydro, water & poved road.  $35,000 each.      ,  4. Near RUBY LAKE ��� 8.39 acres on  Hwy 101. $25,000.  5. Near MADEIRA- PARK ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 3 semi-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure.. e  3.92�� acres        $25,000  6.83��. acres $25,000  3.79��.acres .'.��� $20,000  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� lovol lot,, almost  ono.acro. Good soil, selectively cloarod,  $24,000,  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ~ 2�� acros  with panoramic vlow ol PenderHarbour.  12'x20' cabin, concrete drlvoway,  $32,000.  9. EGMONT ��� lids treed acres with  year round creek, Road access. $49,300,  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA ~ l.Bf acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5��  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  r TROUT FARM - PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways installed to handle  160,000 trout. 95-t acres land,  .Provincial commercial trout farm  licence. Water licence. Located on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000.  JUNCTION ISLAND - ST. VINCENT BAY ���  18.75+ acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several Coves, oysters: 15 min.  ride by fast boot from Earls Cove or  Egmont. $120,000,  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acres with 387:fc ft low  bank waterfront: Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000.  yypw ���  $yy-  LOTS  1. MADEIRA   PARK   -  $6,700 - $22,000.  serviced   lots.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise Drive. $8,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000,  5. MOBliE HOME LOTS���seven lots,  some serviced with hydro & water,  on Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula. $11,000-$12,750.  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250.  HOTCt.  LAKC  AGAMMEMNON BAY ��� 40�� acres  waterfront subdivision property, partially developed. Surveyed for 3 acreage  size waterfront lots 8 3 acreage size  seml-woterfront lots. Road constructed,  ready for gravel, grading & blacktop.  Old 2 storey home & small creek on  property. $270,000.  EGMONT ��� 3.8�� acros with 550�� ft.  low bank waterfront, Float, launching  ramp. Whole property Is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  woll. $165,000.  ST, VINCENT BAY ��� 400�� ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ��� 100��  acres, 4140_ ft. choice lakefront;  1BOOdt ft. oceanfront on Vanguard Bay.  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post &  beam cottage. Access by boat or float  plane. An excellent buy for $140,000,  LOTS  SECRET COVE ��� Lot A on Wescan Rd.'  Steep, but has good building site 8,  sholtorod moorage. On sowor systom,  $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA -- 132 ft W/F In  Ponder Harbour. 1.8 acros, doop  moorage. $50,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft. W/F  (ad|olns above property), 1.221 acres,  Deep moorage. $36,500.  GERRANS BAY ��� Cleared lot with 78'i  low bank, sheltered WF Level building  site, septic tank and drain field In.  $42,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1.4�� acres on 75��  feet deep, sheltered waterfront. Small  beach area, $39,900,  I  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  SOLD  SOLD  'V  >���   M. I4w��_a'��nt   /<�����  V,       b/l... v��7-f.''  . :<::>.   V'" '' >������  '���������  ���*���*  y'  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 BR home with  1600_ sq ft of living area on 2 floors.  150��� ft waterfront, large landscaped  lot. Excellent view, $113,000.  i  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  _r. -$   .-;,.. ���',"  .tin   w ������/"          ������.. . '��YrrVs   r.. ..  Mx' f ���*',"* i,. iy" "^yi'/r  Choice lots still available in this desirable locatlow.  Most have view & sunny southerly oxposuro.  One lakefront lot still available,  Pavod roadj. water & hydro. M.L.S.  Priced Irom $10,000 to $37,500.  ,1  '*.V  n  j1 *.���*��;.*  'fl.ii  -  y o'^yL /  h  <F  '";;���"&  3  Si  a  ���"���'/.''.  ���i     ti   :'i  ,':"T  ���.;.-. r-  �� T "  y .It /.-'"'  /  "V;r/  ft s  !|  ������ i  *...?  o  /  ''��7  f<  5OV.0  bi>iei��m Say1 t*M  MADEIRA PARK - 1,0001 sq. ft, bldg,  with   room   for   expansion.   Clothing  "'h..aWWl^M>l *^ap ���*!.������ -WM .".mt---^jp0mK.m' "+pff_M.^.!.a>!.>)l!sfiaHl ^..ls]^��, flsK**aWlsf Wlaji^-  Or business only ��� $22,000, plus stock,  "X...  rtwpiK  nnwvn  N,  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LU or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  I  it :tt:  PageB-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 8,1979  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-2761  s.   *    1  885-2503  ��,<*  , >:  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT ., ,       ,, '��� -   >  Unbeatable 125 ft of beach with a house plus guest cottage. All landscaped and In  lawn.'Blacktop driveway. Approximately 1/3 acre of land. South exposure.-.FP  $134,500. Stan.  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Freer 684-8016  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson 885-2385  Don Hadden      885-9504  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS ~$67.500  New waterfront- 3-bdrm home with expansive view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver Island, Features shake roof,  stainless steel 'Shaw' fireplace & skylight.  Treed lot. Bob. , ���  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Do you want a quiet waterfront retreat with no roads or cars? We  have a few parcels of evergreen forest, 5 to 10 acres each.  Minimum of 250 feet of waterfront and stream thru most lots.  Located 22 miles of Sechelt by wafer or air only. Fly In with Tyee  Airways Ltd. from Vancouver or Sechelt, or use your own boat. Call  Don.  SECHELT���SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront - Moor your sailboat at this dock. Large cedar home with  super sauna, deck�� everywhere. Privacy S expansive view. Phone  Bob for a viewing. This Is a unique home.  WATERFRONT: Sandy Hook ��� 2 bedroom  home on 131' of secluded, hard to obtain  W,Fvl/2 basement, cement driveway,  naturally landscaped, easy'to care for and  priced to sell at $59,900. See Doug.  EGMONT WATERFRONTI: Excellent Investment opportunity. Close  to 360' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  t  SECHELTVILLAGE $54,900  NEW-NEW-WITH-VIEWI View from kitchen,  living room & sundeck. Includes $  bedrooms, kitchen panto/, fireplace, carport, large lot. Call Bob to view anytime.'  WEST SECHELT Asking $43,500  Contemporary 2 BR home.'Total of 1168 sq  ft on 2 levels. Fireplace. See Doug.  ROBERTSCREEK $52,000  3 bedroom home on 1.67 acres. Spacious  iopen 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 $124,600  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity to invest in this growing  community. Oetails to bonafide purchaser.  Doug.  SECHELT, VILLAGE: Pebble Crescent .,  $49,900l Complete new remodel lob. Large  rancher 15T5 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'bllls tool Call Bob.  WEST SECHELT: . $75,000. Four bedroom  home, 2 baths, 2 FP, auto/oll heat, sundeck  and carport on gentle slope ,1 acre lot  overlooking Trail Islands. Half block to  bajach access. Also has small rental cottage.  An appointment necessary. Call Don.  SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedi'oorh up,  den 8 extra bedroom down. Double  plumbing. Heatilator fireplace in large  living room & rec room. Stucco exterior,  Large lot within walking distance to schools  and shops. Easy terms. Call Jack.  c  WEST SECHELT * $6^500  Good buy for size of Lot and development of  lower level of home, Newly completed'  house with concrete drive and parking  areas. Room on Lot to build swimming pool  or other uses. Landscaping done complete  with lawns, Move In and en|oy. See with  Bob.  ���.0*0*1-,'.     '���;.  w      -Mi  SECHELT $47,500  Near new, large, bright, economical three  bedroom home, 1 year now, 1260 sq ft,  Thermopane windows and doors, central  fireplace, open plan, no stairs, level lot.  Large sundeck, carport and storage. Good  value at $47,500. Call Don.  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Sechelt locale.  Landscaped lot with U-drlveway. This home  Is only 3 years old, clean & bright. Real  value. Call Jack.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� $16,000 each - 4 large country lots In the heart'  of Roberts Creek. Private yet close to school, beach, store and golf  course. A great place to live for alleges. Take your pick,  A  ,P~.AN  i'<  ."��.  OO'  oo' i'  ���  * # iV  i. #��>  PLAN  ,M/'H'40'  IO *���*   ���  ��i or  SOLD  >>. X,...,,   if        tr tt  4 ro'  o rtt  40'  4  00 00  I ro '  /O  ,0       s   - ft  8(0  y  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be on excellent lm/asi��n_nt Va>_W nH.�� tasrm.  SECHELT-SANDY HOOK $135,000.  Waterfront ��� moor your sailboat at this  dock. Large cedar home with super sauna,  decks everywhere. Privacy and expansive  view. Phone Bob for a viewing. This is a  unique home.  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  LOTS  1/2 ACRE CORNER LOT: Level, paved roads, easily cleared. Suitable  for mobile homes. Redrooffs Area. Try your offer to $13,000.  \SECHELT VILLAGE .$63,500  Best view Lot on Sunshine Heights and  ��� large too ��� 100 x 140' ��� over 1/3 acre.  This home is well insulated for winter and  has air conditioning throughout for those  ' hot summer days. Dbl carport, full bsmt,  landscaping ��� it goes on & on I This home  by Knight is worth viewing. Call Bob.   CREEKSIDE HOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living room with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy beach in  -area. ���  DAVIS BAY:1 $19,900 full price. 90' frontage on paved dead end  street. Underground telephone ft cablevlslon. Large view ��� a one  of a kind. See-Doug.  CHASTER ROAD: $9,900 - Good, level lot 67' x 123', close to school  and all local services, on paved road. Call Don.  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy in parklike setting with 'many beautiful trees. Services  at road. Call Don.  ACREAGE  A  REDROOFFS ACREAGE: 3 1/2 acres subdividable all facilities including power. Could e 4-5 lots. Very reasonable price. F.P.  $29,250. Call Stan. ���   '  ROBERTS CREEK - $18,500. Privacy in the trees" on this 1.3 acre  parcel with gentle  slope towards the sea. Hydro, phone and  reg."water at road. Cali Don.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to tfje arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  VIEW ACREAGE ��� 5 acres in West Sechelt. Some view of the ocean.  Nicely treed. Good access. No logable timbers. F.P. $25,900.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes^AII services including paved roads. Cali Doug.  REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE: Treed & 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some alder for firewood. Easy access from  the road and excellent topsoil. Serviced with power & water. FP  $12,500.  ROBERTSCREEK $16.000 ea.  Country Lots ��� 3 to choose from. These lots are 1/2 acre or over,  close to school, store, golf course and beach access. Call Bob.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ��� Good investment for the patient. 200 x  lOOO^ft. of Highway frontage^Good access and-a-smalUstream-for_  water. FP $22,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $20,000 each.  A FINE ACREAGE: $35.^50 full price ��� Sechelt Village. Just under/5  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good road access. Partly cleared. Call  Stan,  *   BUSINESS BLOCK  GIFT SHOP ���Good revenue producer in an excellent location with  room for expansion. Good variety of merchandise. Call Stan Anderson. '   ���)  -.-    -'      ���. ���.:���'���'.'���.���'  WEST SECHELT, HWY 101- Fourplex & house $149,000  Move into this spaclous.comfortable home and enjoy a great view of  the Trail Islands. The rental from the fourplex on the property will  MP pay expenses. This property Is large 80 x 474' and is nicely  landscaped. Call Bob for more Information.  SEMI RETIREMENTBUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,800 FULL PRKI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS t TRADI  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 qpprox $2,800 per month. For further Information  call J. Anderson 885-2053 Vane 684-8016  ;- h  ~SECHEtT"VICtA"GE^^Lot 6, selectivelyTilearedieQvlrrgs^jme-treesr-  ' View-^of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  ->,thhKy*ar.",Asktngi$13,^00;" ������.���,>,,//>��,,.-,  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at-  $9,450.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  ���$12,500.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  WILSON      CREEK $11.506ea.  Secluded building Lots located on a quiet dead end street. The Lots  are 150 x 70', easy to develop and flat with some trees. Close to a  good beach. In area of new homes, (Stan)  HOPKINS LANDING. View lot close to ferry ��� area of new homes  priced to sell at $13,000. Call Bob.  HOMES  SELMA PARK ��� $15,000. 1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home. All new w/w Includes triple axles, tires & wheels, hitch,  stove & fridge and 3 beds, This unit cannot bo told from new. (See  Doug), 7  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroom  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing, Government prepaid lease has 19 years to  run, FP $32,000. , _________  SECHELT, VILLAGE - $.49,900. NEW3 bdrm, Village, walkto shopping  ��� carport, fireplace, wood exterior, bsmt. Compare prices and buy  this one. Coll Bob.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don,  SECHELT VILLAGE; Sunshine Heights lot 67 x 125' In a district  containing some fine new homes. Level and easy to clear. All  services. $2,000 down and easy monthly payments. FP $10,900.  DAVIS BAY SEA VIEW ��� 3 bedroom ranch style home plus cozy In-law  suite with 3 pee bathroom, Situated on large landscaped view  property 100 x 200', Stove, fridge, washer & dryer Incl in home.  Also stove & fridge In suite, Large bright kitchen separate dining  room with bay window, heatilator fireplace in large 22' Ivg room,  Just steps to sandy beach, FP $54,900. Call Jack.  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500,  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', treed, level. Services along paved road,  Reduced to $9,500, Call Don.  sssasjsi  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision Is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  ,    1/2 mile* we*tpif Sechelt VlJJage, H r��glonaj water ����rves the sub- ,  division. The lots q re wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision are*  Included In the prospectus ��� ask for your free copy.  PRICE SCHEDULE  lot 31 ���SOLD Lot 38 ��� $n,900  Lot 32 ��� SOLD Lot 39 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� SOLD Lot 40 ���$11,600  Lot 34 ���$11,600 Lot 41 ��� $12,700  Lot 35 ��� SOLD Lot 42���$10,600  Lot 36 ��� $11,900 Lot 43 ��� SOLD  Lot 37 ��� $12,750 Lot 44 ��� SOLD  n  Dimensions off given/In both feait ond metres.  Lot 45 ��� $11,160  Lot 46 ��� $12,600  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lot 40 ��� SOLD  lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot SO ���' SOLD  il   </  '������..I   >7  y.A  r/  ��1  _PV<w   o  /' 'Co /������� A        /*\ ^V-?^, '���,,���; ,   ... ,    ..-iv    i^"'       Q^, M>  xyy  '^���~;.,'#*,'< //  : -.pi .���      -7,��...y ��� ������  " y %<_y��X"  V   ���"���"���"-" ' ""���'S -���^���^ii~:'r^^"--t^Y'^  ~ ^4.p..,.^��.....,.,..#^��L-..  *������   --  -y -^ + yte*- ::r:r^^;4-J��^  >^\  SV   ' ���    ' "---v.        ' '  " h      ' it  * 1 ' ���-. ���....���.  '' V  ?9  -JO.  y   y  /  /  ./  y  /  ,L,  trfL.  (\ and safety education  "V  7 Five young British  Columbia boys can vouch for  the importance of being  cautious around electricity.  Three of the youngsters  suffered severe -, burns in  separate recent mishaps, two  others were luckier but  narrowly escaped being  ������fried like a hot dog", in the  words of a rescuing  policeman.  1 The* four incidents  dramatically underline B.C.  Hydro's program of constant  warnings and safety  education.  , In South Burnaby in May,  an inquisitive 12-year-old boy  used his father's hacksaw on a  ground-level Hydro kiosk near  his home. The boy sawed  through the lock-hasp of case-  circuit. As the saw touched the;,  , wires, there was an explosion-  like sound and a short circuit  went through -the boy,  knocking him out and cutting  off electric service in the area.  The unconscious Jad was  taken to hospital with,head,  arm, leg and'back burns.  In late April, near Victoria*  two seven-year-old���' boys  climbed to th^ top of an 80*  foot-high transmission tower,  .which supported wires  carrying electricity at 136,000  volts. Fortunately, the boys  were rescued unharmed by a  Hydro crew and an RCMP  constable. But the policeman  told" them in graphic terms  what could have happened,  "If you had touched the  wires," he said, "you would  The victim's; kite was attached to. copper wire,  through which the electricity  ran to ground.  At Logan Lake, southwest  of Kamloops, a seven-year-old  boy peceived second-degree  electrical burns to his hands  .and arms after touching live  25.000-yolt equipment in a'  Hydro kiosk that had been  pried open. This latest incident occurred on July _.  ��� J.A. Deptford, manager of  Hydro's safety ' engineering  department, urged parents to  make sure their children are  aware of the potential hazards  of electrical equipment.  "These incidents should  have been avoided���and they  could have been avoided if the  children involved had had  har-dened-stoel-,-then-opened���havo--been-f_ed-like--a-hot���proper- tmning and. nr.  the box and reached in with  the saw.  Inside-was a transformer  carrying electricity at 7,_K>  volts to serve an underground  dog.'  In mid-April, a 13-year-old  boys suffered severe burns  ���when his kite contacted a  powerline near Kamloops.  knowledge," he said.  ��� ."Electricity is a useful  servant, but it can be extremely dangerous if not  treated wisely."  To help educate children to'  be cautious near electricity,  Hydro has developed a continuing safety program with  the theme "Be Electrically'  Alert," which to date has been  presented to approximately  100,000 pupils in B.C. schools,  Designed for youngsters in,  grades two to eight, this  program consists of posters, a  16-minute cartoon oh video  tape, and comic books in  whiclr students can describe  their own safety impressions  and experiences. ,  The program is available  through Hydro's six regional  division offices located in  Prince George,' Terrace,  Vernon, Newton, Victoria and  Vancouver. The video tape is  also available in reel-to-reel  ngggptto through the Hvdro  film library in Vancouver, y  B.C. Hydro also, warns  constantly that kites should  never be flown in the vicinity  of powerlines.  __i  f?T  21 885-2235  formerly  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, Corner  Trail & Cowrie St.,  Seche1t VON 3A0  AGENCIES LTD.  WE'RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD  PROFESSIONALS FOR YOU.  t CHOSE THIS NEIGHBOURHOOD #140  How about you? Three bodroom homo with  21' x 24' workshop on a rather secluded lot  nicely developed and In an excellent neighborhood, $56,500. Larry Moore, 885-9213.  BLOCK TO PARK j.-_- - ~ *52,500  Perfect location" for Village' living.. A  bedroomt, finished rumpus room, 2 bath*.  Fenced lot. Only 5 years old. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  3 ��� bedroom VIEW home in quiet family  oriented neighborhood. Only $42,500. Call  Rlta~Pereheson,~ 885-5706:  COMMERCIAL  GIBSONS AREA-JNDUSTRIAL  ACREAGE  Close to 5 ACRE parcel in 15 ACRE IN-  DUSTRIAL PARK.'Plenty of room to develop  sSS__i  SPECIAL HOME ��� SPECIAL PRICE #4129  Lovely Village Home comes equipped with  two fireplaces, sundeck, carport, workshop,  greenhouse and drapes, range and  refrigerator. Por your special pride in  ownership sse this now. $48,500. Ruth  Moore, 885-9213.  ardevelo'p' to 'Suirand sublease remainder.  ThWT.^rfEXTKEMELY'-RAW large block of  industrial (11C) zoned property. Call Rita  Perchseon for more details. 885-5706.  INVESTMENT REVENUE ��� $155.000  Attractive' 7-sulfe    rental    unit.    Steady  clientele. No vacancies for years. Handy  location in village. Call Ed Baker for more  details. 885-2641.       '  NEW ON MARKET "WOW" #155  Quality Spanish styling In this large family  home. Well built, ' maintained and  developed. A neighborhood showplace.  Extra large rooms, formal dining and 2 1/2  baths. Double carport and workshop.  $75,900. Larry Moore, 885-9213.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  -f'  , NORWEST BAY RD.  OPPOSITE DERBY RD.  5 lots ��� some with VIEW. In their natural  state so you can create your own landscaping. Priced at $12,500, Larry Redrdon,  885r3924.  SUNSHINE BAY ESTATES  NEWON MARKET '  These choice arbutus treed VIEW LOTS In  Halfmoon Bay have beautiful water view  and are priced from $13,500. Rita Percheson, 885-5706,  MARLENE DEVELOPMENT  Over 1/4 acre building/lot. Nicely treed, all  services. $10,900. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  PRMTIOI WEST SECHELT  partial VIEW building lot on Derby Road.  Fully serviced, Near level and Is cleared for  building, $9,900. Rita Percheson, 885-5706.,  HALFMOON BAY ��� WESCAN ROAD  Large  lot  91 x 340'  with  evergreens,  seclusion, Meal  for summer retreat, Try  $9,500 -ASSESSED  at $11,500.  Call  Ed  Baker, 885-2641.  SAROBNTROAD > OIBSONS ��� $14,000  BEAUTIFUL VIEW LOT In an area of new  homes, Fully serviced with sewer, ��lose to  schools and shopping. Eva Carsky. 886-  7126.  S ACRES. $3.1,500  Built-in pension. Build on one corner and  subdivide |n|p��� lots, when .time Is ripe.  Partially cleared and In the VILLAOE. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374,  ,    |B.I ACRES-NORTH OF LANODALI  On Hwy, 101, ripe for subdivision Into 5  ' acre parcels, $80,000. Call Rita Percheson  for more details. 885-5706 or 885-3271,  lUCRIS.f RATT ROAD  Just outside GlbsonO/lllage, fully serviced  except sewer, Ideal for holding or  development, $57,500, Ken Wells, 886-  7323,  3.71 ACRES ON OARDIN BAY  Near head ol Oyster Bay, Ideal recreation  property, Nicely wooded, some pasture and  stream. Asking $19,900. Call Ken-Wells,  886-7223,  i RARI2S ACRES. $62,000  Only 5 minutes WEST OF SECHELT. High and  dry, mostly treed. Chuck Dowman, BBS-  9374,  ALMOST 6 ACMI WITH  ,,.��^..,.���.,,J^  Mid your JtearriJjome, and Jjeej^Jjoat ,at ���  ''nelirby" 'Marino'" or"' purc'Kose "as"' holding  property,  $39,000.  Rita  Percheson,  885-,  '5706,  4 LOTS ONLY IN THIS AREA OF NEW HOMES  Lots are VIEW and there are different soies  and prices, in West Sechelt, water, power  and cablevlslon. Lot 26 ��� $11,500; Lot 24 -  $10,700; Lot 23 - $11,500; Lot 20 ��� $16,500.  Larry Reardon, 885-3924. .  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL $10,500  In this beautiful 1/2 ACRE and wooded lot  on Wlldwood Road, zoned R2 for mobile  homes. Hydro and water, Rita Percheson,  885-5706.  WATERFRONT LOT ��� VIEW LOT  Sandy Hook, close to road ad|olnlng with  view lot. $15,000 A $8,000. Eva Carsky, 886-  7126,  GOOD OARDENINO SOIL  Southwood Road ��� large 1/2 acre lot, good  gardening soil, treed but has driveway.  GOOD VALUE. ONLY $10,500, Larry  Reardon, 885-3924,  SUMMER FUN OR YEAR ROUND  PLEASURE #142  Two bedroom home with extra spec* on  lower level, large sundeck, to take advantage' of the view and sunshine, Only  $34,900. Ruth, 885-9213 eves.  EXECUTIVBHOME #141  1,785 square feet with full basement and  superb finishing make this home a must to  view. Five bedrooms, recreation area,  sauna and swlrlpool. Large llvlngv dining  and kitchen with eating, View with Larry or  Ruth, 885-9213 eves.  WATERFRONT AND LOTS OP IT I #4014  100'of useable waterfront and over an acre  of land. Excellent view and good building  sites, Just $45,000, Ruth, 885-9213,  UNEXCELLED VIEW AND #4121  much, much more on these beautiful West  Sechelt lots, Just 9 lots left In one of the  most desirable residential areas on the  coast, sewer available tao. Larry Moore,  885-9213,  VERY SICLUDBD WATERFRONT #4127  6,96 acres of treed waterfront, accessible  but remote % the price most accessible at  |ye* |30,000( Rufh, 888^2) 3,  CONTEMPORARY VIEW HOME #40$ 1  It's new, never lived Inl 3 bedrooms, one  ensuite, family room, huge view living  room, orade level basement, large area for  recwa��a��m. MeaVn epUl.ts__r.^   WsyM'fJsrisfli^  So much more, Oilers considered to lull  price of $69,500,  9463, eves.  Call Peter Smith, BBS-  DAVIS BAY DILL Y #4118  Catch Salmon, Cod & Crab off nearby wharf.  Swim, bathe, boat off easy access waterfront. 52 x 150 ft. Best Price $12,000 cash.  Try "Tiny Bob", 885-9461.  LARGE HOME WITH VIEW #3942  Modern 4 bedroom In well maintained  condition, freestanding fireplace In.  spacious family room. Attractive kitchen  with lots of cupboards. Recreation room In  basement, situated on a large lot with good  vegetable garden. Price $62,500. Jim Wood,  885.2571.  BIO BUILDINO LOT #4109  Just a few minutes' drive from Sechelt, this  fine (97' x 206') nearly level building lot of  almost half an acre could be |ust the answer  for your future homeslte. Hydro, water and  phone on paved Cooper Road, and |ust  asking $10,500. Bert Walker, 885-3746.  CHOICE LOCATION #151  Treed building lots within a block, of beach  access. For a good family location at  $14,500, Ruth, 883-9213 eves.  RECREATION LOTS #4002 or #150  Both close to water access and ready for  your fun In the sun. Priced to sell and lots of  advantages, Ruth, 885-9213,  LOOK FOR MILES #40S9  Inlet View, Over 12,000 square foot lot  fronts on two roads, Power, Water,  Telephone. Ask $8,000 Cash. Make offer to  "Tiny Bob", 885-9461.' ���������-"���"���������- ���'"-'-������  DEVELOPMENT ACREAGE #4133  Right In (he Village of Sechelt ��� 39 1/2 acres  at leu than $4,000 and acre and good view  Included, Larry, 885-9213,  CABIN ON THE LAKE I , #4021  Here's a rare opportunity to obtain that  little cabin on a half acre of lakefront  property. What a spot, right on Garden Bay  i Lake with a 4 year old 12' x 14' cabin and  metal shed, Vendor will take low down  payment on the $29,500 asking price, Call  Bert Walker, 885-3746,  ENJOY WATERFRONT TOO #149  Own a quarter acre lot and be a l/3bth  owner 6f Block "X", th�� ocean-fronting  location, We ask but $10,000 far this  99 x 186 location near Halfmoon Bay, ''Tiny  Bpb", 888-9461,  2 BEDROOM PRIVACY #4111  Over, 1/2 acre of treed property In Redroofs  with a 1056 sq, ft. home, approx, 5 yrs. old,  Seme flnlehtn�� reared to this eevrtdhe*^  ..,j|leytr��4ifH,JoJhiJiHloojrlict,9J^.IHIiP.Qi.  Also a 12'xl4' workshop lor the handyman, To view call Peter Smith, 885-9463  eves.  SUNNYCREST  CENTRE  Wednesday, August 8,1979  T_e Peninsula Times  PageB-5  8J6-2277  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANCING* REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  TOLL FREE  682-1513  . LEEK RD: New home on view land of approximately 5 acres.  'Oak parquet floors throughout. Open  beam- type  con-"  structlon with large bedroom and sitting' room upstair*.  Ensult plumbing. Finished basement suite. Thermal glass and  skylights. Two fireplaces. Walk-In cooler and a 35x40 metal  workshop on cement pad. $135,000. - -  -  DAVIDSON RD: Langdale. Exciting multi-level contemporary  home on large treed view property locdta>d in quiet area and  offering privacy and seclusion. Many outstanding features  such as high ceilings, skylights, stone and brick fireplaces  with heatllators, quality carpets. Dream kitchen with sunlight  ceiling, custom cabinets, deluxe built-in appliances, 'green  hou��e' window. Sundecks and patios for outdoor entertaining. Nicely landscaped. Excellent financing, pt only  10 1/4%. A must see for the city escapee. $B5,00Q.   WHITAKER ROAD: Custom built ocean view home in the most  beautiful prea of the Sunshine Coast. One block to sandy  beach, Davis Bay dock, store, church, day care centre and  school. Three bedrooms upstairs with ensuite off matter.  Expensive cedar finish In dining room and livingroom.  Fireplace/Completely finished basement with livingroom,  bedroom, kitchen and 4 piece bathroom. Single car garage,  cement drive and front nicely landscaped. $64,500.  SEAVIEW LANE: 105 feet of flat level pebble  beach with a southern exposure and a glass  enclosed.patio are just two of the features  of this property in West Sechelt. House is  open beam construction with a wall  fireplace and five rooms. Separate sauna on  the beach used all year round. Moke an  appointment to view now. $145,000.  CHASTER RD: Now here's living in style I  1500 square feet full basement home with  many, many extras. Three bedrooms upstairs. Huge master bedroom has full ensuite Including bidet. Sliding glass doors  open on to the southern exposure sundeck.  Extra large kitchen has a built-in dishwasher. Downstairs has a finished rec room  and finished two piece bathroom, plus lots  of room left to your imagination and handy  work. Fully enclosed garage. Lot is 150 x  160 with home situated to allow subdivision  of the lot. Assume existing 10-1/4%  mortgage and live happily ever after.  $79,900:  : 1597 SARGENT ROAD: Imagine! Absolute  privacy in your large beautifully landscaped  back yard with fruit trees etc, <>nd a  spectacular view of the ocean from the  " Fr6h~t.~Airthis~flght~in~the heart" of Gibsons."  Close to schools, shopping etc. Immaculate  ���three bedroom well-built home with 1/2  basement, fireplace and sundeck. Priced to  sell $58,000.  POPLAR LANE: Sunny location on'popular  Poplar Lane. Three bedrooms, plus ensuite,  huge kitchen, with large dining area.' Lots of."  room for expansion'. The whole family will  find themselves within walking distance to  schools, shopping and recreation. $48,500.  .; HILLCREST    RD:   Own    your   own    three  REDROOFFS   ROAD:   WATERFRONT   Wind  your way down a gently sloping path to a  158 feet of your own waterfront property.  . At low tide, a beautiful sandy beach for the  kids to play, swim 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.  WILLIAMSONS LANDING:   This   beautiful  summer or year-round luxury home must be  seen to be believed. A 200 fqpt 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.-$97,500r '--  LEEK-ROAD: New home-on view land of  approximately 5 acres. Oak parquet floors  .throughout. Open beam type construction  with large bedroom and sitting room upstairs. Ensuite plumbing. Finished basement  suite. Thermal glass and skylights. Two  fireplaces. Walk-In  cooler and a  35x40'  metal workshop.on cement pad. $135,000.  SUNNYSIDE DR: Three blocks from Cedar  Grove School In Gibsons area. This large  two storey full basement home has three  bedrooms upstairs with a walk-in closet and  TBnsulte-plumblngrinthe-masleT-bedroomT^bedrporrrhome-on-Strata^TitleT-Exceptional���Sffifom'jirn  Huge" 20 x 14 living room with fireplace,    investment. This 1280 square foot home,    nutance  to  ��� ����al    _m.m_m_m_____m__r sVuMda    1     1   /O   sW��4sWaa��     aa ��� sm _J___._ml_,     _m__mmm*  A-mm.   __,___.__.___.___.!__.___.  Double carport and wrap-around sundeck.  Situated on a 100 x 150 lot with partial view  across Georgia Strait to Vancouver Island.  This home is brand new and is covered by  the Government Home Warranty  Programme,. $62,900.  has 1 1/2 baths, sundeck, close to shopping,  schools, etc. Only 1 year old. Presently  rented for $300.00 per month. Buy it now  and it can almost pay for itself. Priced for  quick sale. All offers. considered. Owner  says sell. $34,895.  LOTS  i  FIRCREST RD: Over 20 nicely treed building  lots to choose from, 61 x 131. We will  arrange to have a home built for you.  Located a short drive down Pratt Road.  Priced at $9,700 each.  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot  with view ol North Shore Mountains.  Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac only  one block to Supnycrest Shopping Centre  and schools, AH services Including sewer,  Ad|acent to grass playing field. $16,900,  SHOAL LOOKOUT: View lot with approval  for ordinary septic tank; lots of nice homes  rn this attractive area. $19,900.  1-  GRANDVIEW & HEAD: View lots, all s*r-  vices, ready lo build on, Close to ocean  beach access and close to Gibsons, Priced  Yom $13,500,   '"'  ���  ���  ���  BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large  view lots In quiet cul de sac, All services,  easy cartop boat launching. Only one block  from the beach and Chaster Park. Priced  from $14,900,  SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: large lots, most  have 100' frontage with 150 depth In quiet  rural setting, All lots nicely treed with  southern expoiure, 1-1/2 blocks to schools  and shopping centre. Priced from $13,900.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Boautlful view lots.  Two to choose from and only $2,000 down.  $11,500 each,  GOWER POINT ROAD: Large view lot. Has  been cleared at one time, Power and water  at front of lot, $16,500, \  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Private setting  with concrete driveway to building site.  Panoramic view of Howe Sound Islands and  North Shore Mountains, You Can hear the  jwaye��,a^  shore, Building site Is cleared and ready to  go, $16,900.  GOWER & MABEL RD: Large seml-waterfront  view lot In quiet rural area. Short walk to  the beach. In Cedar Grove School District.  Ideal for homing or a hedge against Inflation. Buy ana Invest now. Priced at  $19,900.  REDROOFFS RD: View lot. $2,000 down,  75x560', Some large treed, located near  Coopers Greep, $12,500,  SMITH RD: Cleared.view Ipt close to ferry  terminal and ocean view, Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000,  COACH RDi Roberts Creek, large lot 70 x  270 In quiet rural subdivision, Ready to  build on, Owner Is anxious to sell and offers  excellent termi, Asking price $12,000, Try  $2,500 down payment, $150 per month ��  12V. Interest..,        ,,,.,,....,... ,���.  SCHOOL RD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On  sewer. Three blocks from schools and  shopping centre. Cleared for building.  $16,000 each.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130.  Close to shopping and the ocean. Sewer-  easement of 10' on SE side of the lot.  $12,500.  GLASSFORD RD: This must be the best buy  on the market. 63 x 160. Cleared, sewer  and water connected. Culvert and fill.  Ready to build. $10,000.  BURNS RD: Good building lot, 65 x 130 on  flat land in Gibsons Village. Four blocks  from Post Office, stores and transportation,  Lightly treed. Three blocks from ocean. All  services available. $11,000.  PRATT RD: Approximately 110 x 200 this  nicely treed 1/2 acre" has many choice  building sites with some view of Georgia  Strait. Zoned for 2 single family dwellings.  Take a look at this dream lot with a realistic  price, $18,900.  SMITH RD: Good view lot 125 x 165 with a  good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view. $14,500.  ABBS RD: View of the Bay area and Georgia  Strait Is yours from this beautiful lot In area  of elaborate homes. Two blocks to schools  and shopping. $19,900.  HWY 101 & ARGENT,URD: 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. _ -         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.  CRUCIL RD: Big family! Then this four  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  home you've been looking for. Full  basement with rec room, utility and  roughed in plumbing. Intercom inside and  out. Large sundeck over carport. This home  is located on a quiet view lot, yet convenient to the Village of Gibsons. $56,000.  KEARTON RD: For the horse lovers. An  excellent four bedroom home, featuring  livingroom with fireplace, family room  dining area and brand new kitchen. Two  sundecks and large patio. All this pn 2.5  -acres of-level land in-quiet-area._Oose-to���  schools and shopping. Fenced grazing  areas, three stall stable and tack room. 120  x 173 riding ring. 16 x 24 unfinished cabin  in rear. On regional water. $75,000.  MANATEE RD: Roberts Creek. ^Excellent  starter or retirement home in 'quiet area  only a block to super beach. Vary nice two  bedroom home. Fireplace and on large lot. *  Prices are going up, this Is an excellent buy.  $41,000.  POPLAR LANE: large^three bedroom home,  master' with   ensuite.   Living   room   'with7  sandstone   fireplace.   Walking  stores,   schools,   sports   and  recreation. $59,500.  COMMERCIAL  HWY 101: Large lot 82 feet on Highway 101  and 271 feet on School Road. This CDA  zoned property could be commercial. Prime  opportunity to develop. $45,000.  GROCERY STORE: Living quarters of 804  square feet. This is the only grocery store In  the area and the business Is growing  steadily. An Ideal set-up for a family  operation. The store hours are 10 a.m. to  6:30,p.m. seven days a week. Profit and loss  statement and list of equipment available to  bona fide purchasers. Stbck Is approximately $15,000. $79,000 plus stocki  BUSINESS. OPPORTUNITY: HOPKINS LAN:  DING,WATERFRONT ��� Excellent business  Investment on the Sunshine Coast. This  grocery and sundry store is located In the  heart of Hopkins Landing, |ust minutes to  the Langdale ferry. Ideally situated on 90  fee* of level, walk-but WATERFRONTAGE,  being the only commercially zoned property  in this area, the lahd 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 adjoining 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 wldes,  double wldes and conventional homes. All  on sewer, water, hydro and all within three  blocks of the shopping centre, schools and  medical clinic. Priced from $10,900 to  $19,900.  OOWER PT RDat Ulhs Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property, Approximately 00 x 250. R2  toned with 3 distinctive building sites, Local  by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property,  close to the beach, $17,900,  >S*!��>i,t)��ftl'^S>i>W!i'-l*<l  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  ,^|ew l9f��, ,vAn rareq pf jew , and, varied  homes, These lots offer themselves to many  different building locations, En|oy privacy  and the view of Howe Sound. Priced from  $12,900.  SCHOOL & WYNOART ROADS: Only 4 ol  these Duplex lot! left, Beautiful view  properties overlooking the Bay, Close to  schools and shopping, All lots perfectly  suited to ilde-by-slde or up-down duplex  construction, Priced at $16,500 and  $17,500.  HWY 101 A ARGENT RD: 6/10 of an acre of  treed land In Roberts Creek two blocks from  the Masonic Hall, Two dwellings allowed on  the properly, 100 feet of highway frontage  thai would be Ideal for domestic Industry  site with home behind, On hydro and  regional water. $14,900,  , DAVIPSON ROAD,: 2/3 of an acre wllh a.  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge, This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  property, AH new homes In this area,  $14,900,  TUWANEK! 80 x 140 lot only one block to  beociv Fullvlewof the Inlet. Piped com.  munlty whaler available, $9,900,  STEWART RD; Three private acres In quiet  area with nice evergreens. Gibsons Creek  goes through back of property. Close to  village amenities, $29,500.  SCHOOL RD: 1.56 acres ad|acent to the  elementary school, Could be subdivided to  Ms, On sewer and all services. $58,000.  HW.Y 101: Approximately 16 acros, 2nd  growth trees, level, great for a hobby farm.  Close to Gibsons, Good holding property  and priced at only $4,000 por acre. See this  now. Large acreages aro 'gottlng 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 RD: 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.  $29,900,      ,  MIDDLEPOINT HIGHWAY 101: dbl7 acres  vacant land locafed on Highway 101,  Mlddlepolnt, 20�� miles from Gibsons,  Logging road, not In use, through property,  Average subdivision size permitted 1/2  acre, Southerly exposure and good view,  $30,900,  MIDDLEPOINT HIGHWAY. 101: ��20 acres  with Insulated cottage |ust remodelled,  Located on Highway 101 In Mlddlepolnt  ��20 miles from Gibsons, Average subdivision slse permitted 1 /2 acre. Cottage  has all services, southerly expoiure and  view from higher elevation at rear,  $49,500,  Three private acres In quiet area with nice,  evergreens, Olbsons Creek goes through  -ba��k-*'''ef''-'-propairtyr'"''Close tr witagf  ,., amenltlee, 129,500.  LORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  JON McRAE  885-3670  ANNE GURNET  886-2164  CHRIS KANKAINEN  885-3545  ARNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  JAY VISSER  8813300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  STEVE SAWYER  8852691  *���  ��� 7->'" ~���  '���,        ���/  y_  Page 8^6 The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, August 8  Report ortteiiiatr~^~  energy sources available  .885-3295  A report on alternative  energy sources available to  meet British Columbia's  electric power needs in the  1980's .has been published by  B.C. Hydro.  Entitled "Power Options,*'  the eight-page document  reports briefly on the  availability of all known  energy sources, indicates the  state of the technologies which  utilize energy in its many  forms, and reports on energy  research under way in various  parts of the world.  The report, copies ot which  are available from Hydro  offices, indicates the  possibilities for each alternative energy source to meet  British Columbia's future  needs.  It states Ihul belweeR-tfow--  and 1984, load growth will be  met by the three hydroelectric  projects in progress, namely  Revelstoke on the Columbia,  Seven Mile on the Pend  d'Oteille and Peace Canyon  on the Peace.  Theoretically, says the  report, there is enough  unharnessed water power  available in B.C. to meet the  growth in demand for another  50 years. But in fact, it adds,  less than half that potential  could conceivably be  developed, largely because of  environmental problems,  such as the impact on fish  resources.  B.C. also has large  reserves of coal, which  provide another major energy  option. Hydro estimates there  is enough suitable- coal in the  province to provide energy for  400 years at present rates of  consumption. And it reports  on research studies into coal  gasification and fluidized bed  combustion, two advanced  and relatively clean methods  of coal utilization.  As for other conventional  energy sources, Hydro  assesses them as follows:  ��� Oil and natural gas  cannot be considered as  sources of fuel for new base  load generation plants, in the  light of today's rising prices  and limited supply of these  non-renewable resources.  ��� Nuclear fission is not  among the alternative sources  of power available to Hydro in  the 1980's.  ��� Geothermal studies ���'  aimed at using steam or hot  water trapped beneath the  earth's  surface ? ���   have  ' produced encouraging results.  In 1978, geologists drilling for  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Where Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  geothermal power at Meager  Mountain discovered temperatures exceeding 100  degrees Celsius ��� the boiling  point of water���at two widely  separated drilling sites.  "Power Options" also  examines developing  technologies, and assesses the  prospects for each alternative,  method, including nuclear  fusion, photovoltaic cells,  solar heating, wind energy,  solar thermal electric conversion (STEC) systems, tidal  and wave power, ocean  currents, thermal gradients,  biomass and  magnetohydrodynamics  (MHD).  The paper also reports on  the latest developments in  storage media, including a  molybdenum disulphide  battery, which" is being  developed by a group of  scientists from UBC, headed  by Dr. Rudi Haering, and is  suppurted by B.C. Hydro.  Government  too much information  The Honourable Evan  Wolfe, minister of  deregulation, announced  today that the ministry of  L deregulation staff will begin a  "'program' of -reducing-^nrJN  simplifying the large number  of government forms that are  in use. ;,  "Since the ministry of  deregulation was created,, one  of the, most frequent complaints-received from the  public has been that the  government asks for too much  information and that many  forms are either duplications  or heedless. Ministry staff  have now done some  preliminary work and are  satisfied that the forms in use  by the government ��� which  number between 3,500 and  5,000 ��� can be substantially  reduced, simplified, and  improved to the benefit of all  .. concerned," said Mr. Wolfe.  "The issue of forms  reduction has been one the  government has been interested in for some time, and  a number of ministries have  already reduced their forms  substantially. The court  services forms have been  reduced from in excess of 800  to 119; the corporate affairs  program in the ministry of  consumer and corporate  affairs reduced their forms  from 42 to four. But in many  ministries forms are very  much related to the  legislation, and regulations  and the programs being administered, and without some  external co-ordination ��� as  well as the dedication of some  manpower to this task, ob  viously the desirable end of  forms reduction would take  longer than it should. *  ''The ministry of  deregulation will ihunediately  recruit a staff of six analysts ~  for the duration of this project  and the priority will be on the  forms that are in great use by  both the public and internally.  We think that better and fewer  forms is a fundamental part of  the better management of  government, and certainly the  review of forms, getting rid of  some and shortening others  are all essential parts of a  deregulation thrust. The  result should be that information absolutely  necessary for the government  should be easier to provide by  citizens and businesses alike,  and less time should be taken  up by public servants in the  filling out, filing cross-  indexing of useless pieces of  information."  Mr. Wolfe added that the  cost of printing government  forms was not a great one,  except that too many forms  were produced on  photocopying machines; "the  real costs to everyone is in  having to fill them out, handle  them, collect them and store  them; we ate looking to  achieving some dramatic  reductions both in number of  forms, their costs and convenience."  "I am confident," said Mr.  Wolfe, "that this project will  simplify the process of  government and its impact  upon the citizen, and thus be  an important part of the  deregulation strategy."  ^k:^  Marsh World  Ducks Unlimited ((.\��n.ul.\)  LESSER YELLOWLEGS - This common shoroblrd  likes the exposed' mud flats nod shallow marsh  edges where it scorches for food consisting  largely of aquatic insects and Crustacea. It alto  onts small frogs and tonds, Doth sexes are alike,  their plumage a barred and mottled pattern on  "btadcf gray and - white, The - tortght yellow teg*  are the only touch of color, - Though chiefly a  spring and fall migrant on the prairies, there are  reports of prairie summer nesting. Principal  breeding grounds are to the north, ^-rv  140-74     1        . IC"^  Waterfront  Homes  Homes  GOWER POINT $84,250  THIS VIEW CAN BE YOURS I  Quality construction, built for.  a sea captain, this two  bedroom home is 'set in a  park-like garden. Full  basement can be developed,  Spantex sundeck, hardwood  floors, many extras. 57 feet  of waterfront as well I For  more details, call Rene at  885-9362.  GRANTHAM'S VIEW  $29,500  One bedroom in this cozy 780  sq ft home. The panoramic  view of water and mountains  can be enjoyed from the  glassed wrap-around sun-  porch. Fridge, stove and new  wood burner included.  Minutes to ferry, shopping'  and beach. Call Suzanne for  more information on this  charmer in Gibsons, 885-  3971.  GRANTHAMS LANDING $39,500  This older, home at Granthams has been completely  remodelled and redecorated  and will make somebody an  excellent starter or  retirement home. The added  , income from the 1 b/r in-law  suite will keep all payments  low. See this with Don Lock,  885-3730 and then make your  offer.      .      u  SECHELTVILLAGE      $58,500  Many, many extras in this  well planned tastefully  H����rnrnt��d two bedroom gem.  Thinking of relocating...  Don't Delay ��� Use our TRADE PLAN  Pleaie call for more detallt.  J  SELMA PARK $10,900  Just listed MLS. 60' pebble  beach, super view, two room  cottage. Lease property.  More info with Ray Bernier,  885-5225 or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  DAVIS BAY $32,900  Specatacular view from this  waterfront lot in -one of .our  -most-desirable-areas. Sloped  lot has a lovely beach and is  nicely treed. For more infor  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  SEMI WATERFRONT   $35,000  Wilson Creek. A well-  maintained 5 year old two  bedroom house with an extra  large/living and dining room  combination. The fridge,  stove and washer are included. 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 leases, 885-  3971.  SIDE BY SIDE BEAUTIES  Two lots in Tuwanek, 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 Rene  -for���mbre-detailsr-885-9362.-  SAKINAW LAKE $15,000  165' lakefrontage lot on  Provincial lease, $160 per  year. Leased until 1988. Boat  access only, excellent  building site for your  weekend retreat. Call Ray  Bernier, 885-5225 or ^Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.  ROBERTSCREEK $55,000  Price Reduced $4,000  A family home built with  children in mind. Three  bedrooms, full basement,  1344 sq ft of living space.  Bright, open kitchen with  large counter area and loads  -of-storage space.^The living  room and dining room are  open plan and enjoy the  warmth of the fireplace.  Basement has been 3/4  finished and needs the  finishing work done. Large  private lot which backs onto  Roberts Creek. Within  walking distance of schools,  grocery store & beach. Call  Suzanne, 885-3971.  1300 square feet of immaculate house, plus an  insulated garage and  workshop surrounded by the  best garden soil available.  For more details, call Rene,  885-9362.  DAVISBAY $66,000  Beautiful view from this three  bedroom home. Large family  kitchen loaded with cupboards, work and eating  space. Separate dining room,  cozy living room, with a  fireplace. Finished rec room &  bar with another fireplace,  guest bedroom. Close, to  schools and'beach ��� all this  in popular Davis Bay! Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.     -/_    .___  WILSON CREEK $9,000  Semi-waterfront unfinished  cabin, complete with 15 year  prepaid   lease.   Further   in-  ___ motion from! __ JRene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  SECHELTVILLAGE      $45,000  Three bedrooms in this 1139  sq ft family home. Open  kitchen with lots of cupboard  and counter area. Central  fireplace which is shared by  the living and dining rooms.  Lovely garden with berries,  fruit trees, vegetables and  -flowers.-Aluminum 10 x 10-  foot storage shed. Close to  schools, shopping and park.  Phone Suzanne Dunkerton for  a viewing of this immaculate  home. 885-3971.  Acreage  i7*3HP*  REDROOFFS $45,000  Three bedroom 1339 sq. ft.  family home. Large living  room with a cozy wood stove.  Kitchen is spacious with large  working areas as well as lots  of cupboard space. Some  landscaping done on the  large lot which has a  southern exposure. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton to view  this well priced home, 885-  3971.  SELMA PARK $14,000  16 years of lease left on this 2  -bedroom home._A_family_size_  kitchen with a. view, large  garden area and a small  workshop. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more, information, 885-3971.  ROBERTS CREEK $89,500  Five acres & 1700 sq ft fout  bedroom unique 3 storey  home. The acreage is bottom  land & has a southern ex-,  posure, large, organic  -vegetable garden,-fruU4ceeSr.  artesian - well, pasture,  chicken house & goat stalls.  Insulation is optimum with  R20 in walls and R40 in  ceilings between, each room  and floor. All rooms are  bright and the windows are  double except for the leaded  glass and stained glass  windows. The cedar finishing,  parquet        floors and  broadloom carpet makes this  an easy-care home. Outside  is a large sauna which will  accommodate 10 people, and  a guest cottage which could  be a workshop or studio. This  property is one of a kind in  the Creek. Call Suzanne for  viewing, 885-3971.  Industrial  SEAMOUNT     INDUSTRIAL  PARK  Now selling ��� light industrial, service, commercial. jLocgtedon JHigh-  "way 101 in fhe'village of  Gibsons, Seamount Industrial Park provides a  mixed package of lots and  acreage sites. Reasonably  priced, fully serviced with  347-600 volt three phase  power, sewer, water,  paved roads and street  lighting. Lot sizes start at  i50 x 150, $12,950. Call  Rene  t9362.  Sutherland,   885-  DAVIS BAY $64,500  $1400 price reduction. Immaculate 3 bedrooms,  landscaping and sundeck 2nd  F/P in Rec room, 4th bdrm  and extra large workshop in  bsmt. An excellent buy. Drive  by on Laurel or phone for  . app't to see. Emilie Hen-  '?dSrs_n, 88T5-5_ ST*oP* Ray  Bernier, 885-5225."  Business  Opportunities  WEST SECHELT 2 ac.   $39,700  Aji_ excellent starter for the  ���mini-farm enthusiast. 2+���  acres of level cleared land,  good well, outbuildings and a  cute one bedroom cottage.  Many possibilities in this  charmer.~To7 view" call "Rene ~  Sutherland, 885-9362.  ROBERTS CREEK $29,500  Enjoy the privacy and  peaceful s'urrounding on this  level treed acreage. In the  ALR. For more information  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865. MLS.  -WpODCREEK* PARK v  74 lot subdivision, ravine  park on three sides. Fully  serviced. For more details,  call Rene Sutherland, 885-  9362.  Drydeaning Business situated in Gibsons & Sechelt. No  competition. Ideal family operation. Priced to sell. For more  information, please call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.   .  RESTAURANT      '  Just lltted MLS. Sltuatajd In Saxhalt. Super return. Won't lent. For more Info call  Roy BarnlT, 865-5225 or Emilia. H��nd>rton, 885-3383.  VIEW LOT $10,900  On Marble Otoad in quiet  Wilson Creek subdivision,  owner may carry financing.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  WEST SECHELT  Side by side lots. These  services lots are zoned R-2.  Larger lot may be subdivided,  priced at $12,500. Smaller lot  priced at $9,000. Owner will  sell each separately or  together. Try your offers.  Contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  WEST SECHELT $11,900  A nice lot in area of new  homes. Will have a nice view  when a few trees come down,  Try an offer on this serviced  lot. Contact Terry Brackett,  885-9865.  WEST SECHELT view  Here are two beautiful level  lots located side by side.  Sensational view of Trail  Islands. Priced at just $17,500  each. Better get your"otter in  fast on these two I Contact  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  SELMA PARK $12,900  This choice view lot Is offered  at a reduced price for quick  sale. Located at corner of  Hwy 101 and Heather Road,  and backing onto Greer Rd.  Good value here. MLS. Call  -Corry-Ro����, 885-9250,^,  SELMA PARK $14,900  Large woodsy view lot w|th  southern exposure. Close to  the beach, schools, community hall and daycare. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton on this  one, 885-3971.  WAKEFIELD RD     $16,750 ea.  Two beautiful side by side  view lots bordering on  Wakefield Creek. Good  building sites, close to  village. For more info call  Rene  Sutherland,   885-9362.  Lots  GARDEN BAY EST.    $13,500  Just listed MLS - super view  lot in sub-dlvisionfslbeautiful  homes. f>e/HhjLe\jMth nice  flat rock jJ��K* excellent for  building. Ray Bernier, 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson,  885-5225.  WEST PORPOISE BAY  $9900  Here's a nice serviced lot  within minutes of the village.  This lot is partly cleared and  has. a level building site. Call  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  TUWANEK $9,000  View lot overlooking Lamb's  Bay, Vendor will carry  agreement for sale. For more  details, call Rene, 885-9362.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  $10,000.  Just fisted MLS. Excellent  Bldg. lot in new sub-division,  water & hydro, septic approval. Near Gerrons Bay ���  good fishing I Emilie Henderson, 885-5383, or Ray  Bernler, 885-5225.  VIEW LOT $14,000  Pender Harbour. Building site  Is already cleared, has  regional water, lovely sloping  lot. Close to excellent fishing  and beach access. Call Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES  Just Listed - MLS - 21 view lots  in new subdivision. $10,000  to $20,000. Call Ray Bernier,  885-5225, or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  SANDY HOOK $13,500  The vendor will accept a low  down payment and  agreement for sale on this 58  x 346 foot potential view lot.  Storage shed and some  building materials included.  On private paved road,  potential view, one of the  nicer Sandy Hook lots. Call  Rend, 885-9362.  KEATS ISLAND  This summer retreat you've  been looking for? A corner  lot   with   a   view   at   only  $7,500.   Hydro   and water  available. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  WEST PORPOISE BAY   $9,900  Level lot located close to  Village of Sechelt; This lot is  selectively cleared and Is  ready to build on. Water and  hydro. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  13 fully serviced mobile home  lots, situated approx. 2 miles  northwest of Sechelt, corner  of Mason & Norwest Bay  Road. Level lots to facilitate  both singles and double wide  trailers.  SECHELT VILLAGE $15,000 ea.  Two nicely treed lots side by  side equalling approx 200'  frontage. Close to Chatelech  Jr. Secondary School, located  on Highway 101. An excellent Investment at this  price. To view, call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  Ntrri.     KAKt  r*s4<j��v  v'#!^?ciftt*'y. ~ ���....��,., vs ,.���   ......   . .     .   ...  : ' '"\  ? r:.r.v-.; /  ^:\y ,y\yy,<Cfyy..r    .  '��� .1    ^ /. y:\'l.'j.'.f__     ��, ��  -t-i\-i.��:r~t ^^V'.--*,,,-***. S  , . ..;... /..J> ..-.���-,.,,.  /./,    "< - Lth ,,u-r'^^y   ���-������ ���������&'$���  '?-,<:��� <-; ������.,- ,..'.  !'   '*        ��.!',-���" -.     .    *,  ��7oo '"'..;������    y< V-v"':' "..���; ���    ..     ' .������ "������  ���  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  Choice lots still available In this desirable location.  Most have view and sunny southern exposure,  Paved road, water and Hydro. M.L.S.  Priced from $10,000 to $20,000./  Call Ray Bernier 885-5225 or Emilie Henderson 885-5383.  H\- 'j;1.  ,���(  f��;iiMi7 ia*; ^saa  ' '-���������''  t t.t.i  '  * " "        '     '     ���*���'  WMM*    (li��a.K��  DONIOCK  ttt-lfW  RAY BERNIER  CORRY ROSS  ttfwtr  RENE SUTHERLAND  TERRY BRACKETT  EMILIE HENDERSON  POWELL  RIVER  WEST  VAMC0UVER  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  TERRI HANSON  m6imr     NORTH  VANCOUVER  OTHER OFFICES  IO SERVE YOU  MtMBEft OP "RIVOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  KINGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY  I v k.  Legal Notices  Allan McEachern  Administrator  CANADA  PROVINCE OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  ELIZABETH the .Second, by  the Grace of God, of the  United Kingdom, Canada and  Her   Other   Realms   and  .Territories; Queen, Head of  the Commonwealth, Defender  of the Faith.  To all to whom thesebresents  shall come - GREETING.  W.N. Vander Zalm  Minister of .  Municipal Affairs  WHEREAS by section 766 of  the Municipal Act it is  provided, inter alia, that in  addition .to the functions  conferred by that Act, a  regional district has such  functions as are provided by  Letters Patent or supplementary Letters Patent  and for this purpose the  v Lieutenant-Governor in  Council may, on the recommendation of the Minister,  provide in the Letters Patent  or supplementary Letters  Patent such further objects,  powers, duties, obligations,  Jlmitatinns, and conditions in.  For Sale  i-i  respect to any or all functions  requested pursuant thereto:  AND WHEREAS by supplementary Letters Patent  Issued on the 21st day of  January, 1969, as amended by  supplementary Letters Patent  issued on the 9th day of  January. 1975, and the 3rd day  of September, 1976,. the  Sunshine Coast Regional  District was empowered to  undertake the provision of  water supply and distribution  for the member municipalities  of the Village of Sechelt and  Electoral Areas A, B, C, D, E,  andF:  AND WHEREAS the Regional  Board of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District has  requested that the borrowing  power in respect of the said  function be increased from  $3,000,000 to $4,500,000:  AND  WHEREAS   the   conditions and requirements of  section 766" of the -Municipal"  Act have been duly compiled  with:  NOW KNOW YE THAT by  these presents We do order  and proclaim-that o_r-from  -and after-the date hereof.-the-  following be added to the  objects, powers, obligations,  duties, limitations and conditions of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District:  1. Paragraph 5 of Division VI -  Water Supply and Distribution  granted by supplementary  Letters Patent issued on the  21st day of Januajylif1969. as^  - amended by supp_____��y^  ^Letters Patentmett^W-  9th day of January, 1975, and  the 3rd day of September,  1976, shall be deemed to be  further amended by striking  out the figures "$3,000,000" in  the third une and substituting  the figures $4,500,000" so that  the   paragraph   reads  as  follows:1     "  "5. The debt iricurred by the  regional  district  for  the  Kurpose of this Division shall  ot exceed in the aggregate  $4,500,000."  AND THAT the Letters  Patent, as amended, of the  Sunshine Coast Regional  District be deemed to be  further amended accordingly.  IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,  We have caused these Our  Letters to be made Patent and  the Great Seal of Our said  Province to be hereunto affixed.  WITNESS, the Honourable  Allan McEachern, Administrator of Our said  Province of British Columbia,  in Our City of Victoria, In Our  said Province, this 19th day of  July, In the year of Our Lord  one thousand nine hundred  and seventy-nine and in the  twenty-eighty year of Our  Reign.  By Command.     , .  H.A.CURTIS  Provincial Secretary and  Minister of Government  Services.  1880-Pub. SPT August 8, 1979.  ...because every  child has the  right to smile  ill .Til, ill  REKO LOG Homes'- pre-cut  . lot packages out of round  logs. For brochure and floor  plans write: RR 4, Box 21,  Dahl Road, Quesnel, B.C. V2J  3H8. Phone 9��2-��665.   7187037  ESTATE SALE: J.D. 510  Loader backhoe, 800 hours,  $49,500: J.D. 450C Loader,  $32,500; 112 Cat Grader.  $4,500; 1961 B75 Mack Diesel  Dump, $4,500; 1969 Chev C-60  Steel deck, $4,000. AU A-l  cond. Ph. 226-7415;    .  1869-37  460 V8 FORD Marine gasoline  engine, 330 hp. fresh water  cooled with exhaust risers,  Borg-Warner reverse gear,  instruments. One left at this  incredible price - $5,234. As  above but 351V8,238 hp, one in  stock, federal tax Included.  $4,416. Also avail, in keel  cooled models. Phone for  details. Industrial Engines  Ltd., 8975 Oak St., Vancouver,  B.C.V6P4B8. Ph. 2664126.  1875-37  GARAGE SALE: Aug. 11, 11  . a.m.-2 p.m. 2 stoves, sink &  tap, shower base; playpen;  bassinette, many more baby  items. Toys, Johnny Pole", ice  skates & much, murh more.  Norwest Best Rd., follow signs  from Hwy. 184$37  - action  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza, Gibsons Eves: Call  886-2000 Norm Peterson 886-2607  or Dennis Suveges 886-7264  10 SPD. PRO Handmade  , Gitane Tour de France.  .Reg. 140 lbs. 531 Tubine,  Sugino Crown Crank Set.  Campy wheels. Simplex shift  etc. Cost $350, now half price,  like new. 885-9969 eves. 1882-37  GARDEN PESTICIDES  & CHEMICALS  now sold at  MACLEODS  Sechelt  1468-31  U<a>Tim��nAdbrl��ftl  I nicel Canada ��  h. GORDON AGENCIES ltd.  30 Years ��� Cowrie St., Sechelt  SECHELT ��� BOULEVARD  Waterfront style, architect designed and meiiculous craft-  manshlp, in this spacious two bedroom home. The four main  rooms are orientated to the south facing a view over the Gulf.  The lower, daylight level is fully developed. Double garage.  Priced at:one hundred and thirty five.  SECHELT ��� MARINE DRIVE  Waterfront estate. West Coast Contemporary Architect home.  Four bedrooms. Three fireplaces. Viewed strictly by appointment to serious, prospective purchasers.  WILSON CREEK ��� HIGHWAY 101  ���COUNTRY CHARM7-4wo-bedreom-ouwgqlow.,ond .three room  cottage. Studio/Workshop. Over one acre and'short level walk  to the best beach at Davis Bay. Be sure and see this red and  white charmer. Priced at $65,000.  HALFMOON BAY  Two bedroom rancher. Heatilator fireplace. Utility room, attached carport, seperate workshop. F.P. $45,000.  SECHELT ��� ORCHARD  50x100 ft. lot, zoned commercial. Older home needs work.  Priced ot $28,000.  SECHELT ��� BUSINESS  Ideal moneymaker for a handyman. Come in and talk it over,  with John Wilson.  Days 885-2013  Evenings 885-9365  .___  Real Estate & Insurance  _ ?J__?5P_Tn    B��x 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248   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:  SECHELT ��� 2 bdrm mobile home with large LR. Large rec room, sundeck  and storage has been added. In first class condition with W/W  throughout. Priced at $24,000. J. Black.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3 bdrm home on Lower Road; full basement with a/o  heat; large lot 110 x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden. House  has FP in living room and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $42,000.,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Ultra modern luxurious wft. home with 3,000 sq. ft of  living space; designed for modern executive or anyone wishing to entertain etc. Main rooms open onto patio sundeck with complete view of  Georgia Strait. Large attractive garden completely private; low approach  to beach, guest cottage and many other extras. Ask for further details of  this choice property.  GIBSONS ��� 3 bdrm post and beam with carport; 2 baths; master bdrm  ensuite. Fireplace, open area living and dining rooms; new w/w In living  area; beautiful well-planned kitchen, also two rec rooms downstairs.  Large level lot 127 x 225 with good garden soil. Asking $69,000.  GIBSONS ��� Bay area, close to beach, stores and P.O. Attractive 3 bdrm  home on extra large lot with good vegetable garden. Home is conveniently designed with large L.R. Rec Room, utility, workshop and spare  room in basement. $62,000.  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 payed drive. Sundeck for summer relaxation. Only $53,500.  GIBSONS��� Gower Point area, cozy 2 bdrm cottage with part basement,  older but well kept.Nice size rooms; ideal for retirement or starter home.  Lot lifapprox: 1 "acre'i In size. Asking $36,500."  LOTS  LOWER GIBSONS ��� 3 lots, corner School Road and Hiway 101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  GRANTHAMS ��� three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $0,750 each.  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  each.  GIBSONS ���Level cleared lot In Gibsons Village on sewer and water, 62'  x 182', obtainable with small down payment of $3,500. Inquire for fur-,  ther details.  WHARF ROAD ���, Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65' x 193'. Try your  offer.  Evenings Call: Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;'  George Cooper, 886-9344  John Black, 886-7316;  the Ei  . PNE Showcase 79! -  Action styled to the pace of the  ."Eighties",. Entertainment, art, competition, education, thrills and chills. And  the wonderful sound of people laughing out  loud, crackling with merriment as they  watch competitors in the PNE's first "Egg  Whipping Contest", the first "Park-a-Pig"  competition, the comedic capers of Doc I.  Connem and his Olde Type Travelling  Medicine Show Varieites and letting the  good times roll all the way, with maybe a  tear or two qnd time out for a gallant 19-  year-old quarter horse, Posi Leo,, to be  formally retired from the Show Ring after  winning 6,000 ribbons in 10 years of  competition.  Stargazers from deep space whisper  pictures back to earth of worlds as yet  ��� unkown to man.  The pictures are from Voyager I, and  NASA' has sent along, an outstanding  photographic exhibit depicting, the  astounding work'of this  investigative  ji  space probe. Voyager i, stui penetrating"  the vast silence of an alien solar system en  route to its 1980 date with Saturn.  ' Along with the Voyager exhibit will  come a specially-lit, specially packaged  moon rock from The Apollo 16 mission.  For the Guiness Book of Records, new  challengers. New challenges. Coin-  snatching. Skateboarding. Log-birling.  The largest turkey. The biggest doughnut.  The list goes on. British Columbians are  keen and eager competitors and they like  , to win.  , . The present holder of the world title for  coin-snatching is Gerry Berg of North  '. Vancouver. His record ��� 97 quarters. In  Saanichton, V.I., Ken Glover is ready to  take on the champion. He claims he has  already "snatched" 103 quarters off the  back of his forearm.  For Playland, a new management  brings a new look and a new cyclone of  .rides as Canada's Conklin Shows present  Jet Star II and Super Loop.  ThCTeWe~6tKen_!W^uigsln~Playl__I"  with Kiddieland moving into its own area,  away  from  adult   activities,   and   in-  Province to  safer river  Establishing controls on commercial  rafting on provincial rivers, in order to  enhance safety factors, will be discussed  . with the federal government Lands, Parks  -andHousing Minister-James R��� Chabot  announced today.  "While the inherent nature of the sport  .makes absolute safety impossible to  achieve, I shall do everything possible, in  liaison with my federal colleagues, to  mitigate some of the dangers," Chabot  '.said. " 7/7 '7   7 7f ' '  7 The provincial government's obr  jectives will be twofold: to encourage  safer commercial rafting through the use  of approved equipment and qualified staff,  and to encourage the development of an  economically viable rafting tourism industry.  Chabot said that in moving towards  these two main objectives, his staff will  continue active liaison with the rafting  industry through the Rivers Outfitters  Association of B.C., and will seek their  support in developing effective safety  standards. -  "I agree with the Coroner's recommendations made at the recent inquest  'into the drowning in May, that fedejral  safety regulations for river rafting be  developed," said Chabot.  In liaison with the federal ministry of  transport, regulations will be developed  ...because  every child  has the  right to  smile  1979  International Year  of the Child  troducing its own novel attractions for the  youngset.'  A Wine Garden in the Country Fair  section-where visitors will be able.to sip  B.C. produced wines and enjoy a variety of  B.C. food plates. The Wine Council of  British Columbia is presenting the Wine  Garden in "cooperation with the B.C.  Federation-of Agriculture and the PNE,  and families will be welcome with a  tempting variety of B.C. dairy products  and fruit juices menued especially'for the  children.  The PNE's Livestock and Agriculture  Show.is one of the largest of its kind in  Canada. This year more than 3,000  animals enter by more than 2,000  exhibitors will compete for a total of over  $160,000 in pr_e money.  Most of the animals shown will never  have been to the Fair before. And, if you  want to see what $15 million worth of filet  mignons on the hoof look like, trot over to  the livestock barn. They'll all be lined up  there for your inspection.  Still with agriculture, another  newcomer for urban dwellers who would  like to know more about rural life and  routines down on the farm. For them, two  special evening shows have been  scheduled August 21 and 26, a sort of  "everything you ever wanted to know  about livestock ... but were afraid to go  into the barn and ask" scenario.  A wide variety of "Fair Firsts" but still  the favorites from past years continue to  receive stellar billing. The always stunning Horse Show, the 4-H Show drawing  youngsters from throughout the province,  with an education component added this  year in the form of seminars conducted by  authorities in the various areas of animal  husbandry.  It will all begin with the annual PNE  Parade August 18. Parade Grand Marshall  will be Provincial Secretary Hugh Curtis.  Officiating at the opening ceremonies will  be Lieut. Governor Richard Bell-Irving  luid~Mre.~BellTrvihgr  PNE Showcase 79! The year the PNE  changed! Believe it.  pursue  rafting  SECHELT VILLAGE planner Dennis  Walton takes the place of Doug Roy  who resigned recently.  Weather  Despite the sunny weather in the  second half of July, last July was warmer  and drier with seven more days without  rain than this year.  July 1979 had 21 days without rain and  recorded 5.28 cm precipitation, 3.12 cm  falling during the night of July 9. A little  over the 16-year average of 4.85 cm and  ���much wetter than 1978's 1.05 cm. The-  daytime high temperature was 27.5 C  compared with 29.0 in 1978. Overnight low  temperature was 7.5 C compared with 11.0  last year.  Lo   HLPrec  July28 13.5    19.0    nil  July29 12.5    20.5    nil  July30 13.5. 23.0    nil  July31 16.0    25.0    nil  Augustl 14.0    22.0    nil  August 2 13.0    22.5    nil  August3 14.0    21.0    nil  Week's rainfall ��� nil. August to date ���  nil. 1979 to date ��� 53.90 cm.  July 28-August 3,1978���nil. August 1-3,  1978 ��� nil. January to August 3, 1978 ���  68.35 cm.  Christian Science  ". iWno is uod, save the Lord? and who  is a rock, save our God? God is my  -strength-and.power:-and he-maketh-jny-  way perfect." (ll&m 22: 32 33)  Is more assurance than this needed for  our safety, strength and security?  Mary Baker Eddy writes, "Rise in the  strength of Spirit to resist all that is unlike  -good; God-has-made-man-t:apable^thisr  and nothing can vitiate the ability and  power divinely bestowed on man.'.'  (Science and Health with,Key to the  Scriptures.) '  EVERYONE  under the Canada Shipping Act to provide  standards for the size and capacity of rafts  and  safety   equipment,   including   life.  jackets^- The province, wiU alsqoseeW. to Wl^��p(Mi��|^^fc...MM^pMa_#fc  ���develop regulauons'for mercer_!icationof- - m ������P"l^_l__> ~^F|? K ���____��  guides and operators, as well as the ��� ^������__H_#*# I ImKK��_P  issuance of permits for operations, particularly when the rivers are at flood  levels.  The province would anticipate  regulations and a training program being  in place' for the 1980 season. Meanwhile,  for the balance of the 1979 season, the  ministry will encourage the Rivers Outfitting Association to voluntarily monitor,  rafting conditions, as well as the present  equipment standards of their members to  improve safety in the river rafting industry of British Columbia.  Some small Canadian Wildlife Animals,  such as Beaver, Mountain Goats, Seals,  Bears, Otters, and many others, are  available here. Made in Canada; of  composition stone, .they are quite an attractive gift idea, ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  CANADIAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION  AND YOUR PROVINCIAL FORESTRY ASSOCIATION  mm  m  I iiicef CjiiijuIji CD  CAN'T FIND THAT  'DREAM HUT'  YOU'VE BEEN  SEARCHING  FOR?  Don'*  Give Op!!  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CARPET CABINET  J CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd., Gibsons 8B6-2766  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  886-7621  Our Showroom Is Open  FRI ft SAT TO am-5 pm  A WHIRLPOOL BATHTUB  TO REPLACE YOUR 4&  PRESENT TUB ��� (P  .-(Fantastic), \��7y,  sewie^Pi^MbsomM  ����>  [l"6iisoi_r  iS COMPLBTB DUILDIN0 BSIWICB"  SI 2",  886-814.  Sunshine Coast  Highway, Olbsons  MM  Suinnuctesf Stopping  _*^Il_^.*^���.?__i_rJ  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT  886-8121  S&T - WR - Comm-Dev  VHF-SSB  886-7918  MILLER  MARINE  .ELECTRONICS  \\   Across from the  Co-op, Lower  Gibsons,  CDE I Browning C&  Auth. Decca Radar CentreJ  Windsor  Sunshine Cst. Hwy,  ���  Olbsons.  I "MORE  THAN  JUST  IHywqqp'  L  * m   .  r��� wiNpeow  TMHTWeseneni  884-  9221  GIBSONS  TRAVEL  B86-9255  Remember; "Ono  Call Dottfl  It AIM"  No Extra  'Cost'lo'.*  Sunnycrest Centre,  , Olbsons  Fishing for Bargains?  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Decva Radar Centre  MADEIRA MARINA  ^���Ira ParV-S83*22.$6  *6MC '  ^MVtCRUttER  * EVINRUDE  WRVICE CINTJR  ���h_M|fMNrtHk��lN*i  S?a_ toons  ALL  SUMMER STOCK  25% OFF  MADEIRA PARK  LINK  ^mm^Mmmmmmm-mmmm^mmmmmmmJ  A0 RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Now stocking  ��� STAINLESS STEEL FASTENERS  883-2585,  "Darwofth  Exterior Point"  ���fcfW  Gallon Section C:  Wednesday, August 8,1979  Pages 1-8  a_aaS��a_aaar  Weldwood wears  Cedars' crown  - After four consecutive years as finalists  in the local men's fastball league, the  Sechelt Weldwood ball club finally won a  game in the final best of five series. They  not only won their first game ever, but  came from a two-game-to-one deficit to  dethrone the defending champion Cedars  Inn, winning the series three games to two.  In a marvelous series that saw outstanding  ball from both clubs, it was the fifth and  decisive game that will be remembered as  -one-of-_te-finest-games-seetrheie un the  peninsula.  Game No. 1 Weldwood 5 vs Cedars 4  It was this first game that set the stage  for a great series as Cedars and Weldwood  took turns holding the lead through seven  innings. With the score tied at the end of  regulation, 4 to 4, the game proceeded into-  extra innings. It wasn't until the tenth  inning and Dave Lamb drove in Bob  Benner for the winning run that Weldwood  was able to hold on to a 5 - 4 win. Carl  Kohuch picked up the win in relief of Rick  Waugh while Alex Skytte was the loser.  Game No. 2 Cedars 4 vs Weldwood 1 '  In another-closely fought-contest,-the-  teams were tied at one through five in-  Busy week  at course  nings until Weldwood committed two  costly errors which allowed Cedars to  breeze to a 4 -1 win. Brent Lineder picked  up the win, while Rick Waugh was tabbed  with the loss.  Game No. 3 Cedars 5 v_Wfe!dWQod 3  With the clubs even with one wi  it appeared as if Cedars would have game  three all theirs as they jumped out to a 5-0  lead, only to have the Weldwood club fight  hank in the fifth and sixth inninps fr. draw.  Memorial fishing  derby a sucesss  Another successful Charles Brookman  Memorial Fishing Derby saw 35 to 40  children fish their finest off Davis Bay,  Wharf last Saturday in the hope of picking  up one of the many prizes offered.  But seven-year-old Grant Kilian  claimed the first prize trophy in the  twelfth annual derby with his one-pound-  five-ounce rock cod.  Second, and third, prizewinners, were..  Henry-Haikonen and Kim Simpkins. -  In other categories, Jeff Moe caught  the most shiners for the boys and Lisa  Moller caught the most shiners for the  girls. The largest shiner prize went to Ari  Haikonen and Cindy Livingstone. Shaun  Thorold caught the largest starfish, Andy  Colbeck smagged the largest bullhead and  Peter Harrer caught the largest sole.  Marion and Frank Laidlaw and Walter  Taylor would like to thank tbe following for  their donations to the children's derby: Ladies Auziliary Branch 140 of ,the  Royal Canadian Legion, Tyee Bait  Company, Big Macs Superette,^ J.  Clements. Palm Dairiftf an<* 'Ponitisnin  By ERNIE HUME  Another busy week was enjoyed at the  golf course. The garage sale was very  successful. The monies secured will be put  to use in the club house to supply much  needed equipment and f _Ti_hLngs.  The hard-working garden committee  composed of Ted and Ann Kurluk along  with Dave Hunter, have produced a most  pleasant area of shrubs and flowers.  Remember to support the,small garden  fund-raising game card at the end of tlie  coffee shop counter.  Our-new membership drive has nearly  reached the expected quota. To continue at  this pace would be icing on the cake. .  Two of our lady golfers entered the  Women's B.C. Amateur Golf Tournament  held at Prince George July 16 to 420. Our  club champ Virginia Douglas entered in  the second flight and was knocked out of  contention on the fourth day. Lit Bullied  played in the sixth flight and played extremely well, losing out oh the fourth day.  Congratulations are extended from all of  'us."" r ���'"' ~:      '""������ " T'-  There has been some Complaints from  our green's crew regarding the non  replacement of divots and players not  repairing their ball marks on the greens.  They are kept in beautiful shape. Let's  help to keep them that way I  within two runs.  Alex Skytte pitched a marvelous game  with some outstanding defensive plays by  Kerry Eldred which preserved a 5-3 win  for the Cedars. It was Carl Kohuch who  picked up the loss for Weldwood.  Game No^ 4 Weldwood 6jvs Cedars 1   " "._ia game that was to set thestage for"  an exciting final fifth game it was all Carl  Kohuch as the 20-year veteran of local  fastball pitched an outstanding twchhitter  and Kelly -Bodnarek and Bob Benner  provided aU the offence as the Weldwood  team rebounded for a convincing 6-1 win.  Game No. 5^ WddwMd 6jy^Cedara J  Ih what proved to be the best final  series in years, it was the tension-packed  final game to which fans were treated that  proved .to be the best game of the series.  After the Cedars had come from a 2-0  deficit in the early innings to take a 4-2  lead, it appeared the defending champs  could well have sewn up another jrown^   Butrit wasn't to-be7 as_withlo��e~duf in  the seventh inning, Carl Kohuch pitching  in relief helped his own cause with a timely  base hit, followed by Tom Pick who also  got on base, and in a wild play that saw the  _Ce_dars _make_a_ critical _ilu*owing_.error_  followed by another base hit, the game was  tied at four at the end of seven.  But it was the extra innings providing  all the excitement as both clubs had  chances to win the game. Excellent pitching by Brent Lineker and especially Carl  Kohuch kept the game going through to  the ninth inning. It was here that back-to-  back singles by Pick and Kohuch, followed  by a _ey base hit by Kelly Bodnarek broke,  xthe^game open scoring4h'e;t^ro godhead-  runs. ' ������'->.  With a 64 lead, it was three up and  three down as Kohuoh overpowered the  Cedars top three hitters in the bottom of  the ninth inning to preserve the win and  bring the mens fastball championship and  the "Ernie Fossett Cup" to Sechelt for the  very first time.  The Weldwood team would like to thank  their sponsor and John Hindson of  Weldwood, the owners of the Peninsula  Hotel and espeically their loyal fans for  their season long support, and also Leif  Mjanes, Ivan Dixon, Rick Jacobsen, Ted  Dixon, Jim Hall, Gerald Feschuck and  Bruce Redman who all assisted in umpiring games this past season. Our .thanks  to you!  Market.  Ladies Golf  Leila Comrie broke 100 for the first  -time-July-31-on aCLGA pia round-Her net-  66 gave her first place with Vera Munro  second with net 67..  The "nine-holes only" had a hidden  hole competition. When the score of one  hole was thrown, out, the winner with a net.  37V2   was  Judy  Forman,' second  was  Shirley Gurr.  Sunshine Coast Third Team claimed  another round of the Third Team Tournament, this 'time against the Seymour  club 39% to 32V2 points on home green.  y^ Don'l forget your ^  daniadown  Enjoy pure, weightless comfort every day i the year under a  Daniadown Idgal lor vacations, Daniadown is available in  luxurious down or non-allergenic D'acron 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 (or a colour  brochure and the name of a dealer near you -  adohioddvifh quilts ltd  Vancouver, B.C.  ^     'Over 10 years oi Quality & Service"  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  886-7411 or 886-8023  GLENDA SASARATT  1  GREAT MEAT  ANOTHER REASON TO  SHOP CO-OP  ElpMrts*o���� Co��Op h pleased to tntrodvce to the SurtsHln* Coast a new  concept In moot sales. Instead oi as is common practice in th* retail food  business, offering you only a few "lost leader" specials each week, we ore  going out on a limb and for a period of 3 months  MEAT ITEMS WILLIE REDUCED BY 15%  And when wo say all meat items wo mean every meat Item In our meat  department including cold cuts etc. further, we will not be inflating the  prize of meat to do Ms bot will be offering a straight 15% off our everyday  retail competitive prices. If Hits experiment works ft wilf continue into  other deportments.       ' ,  .   r- SHOP CO-OP" THERE IS A DIFFERENCE  Please note that duo to tho small mark up this discount will not apply on  sides or hinds of hoof or perk,  CO-OP  WE SELL BLOCK & PARTY ICE  PROVINCIAL LOTTERY TICKETS  NOW AVAILABLE HERE!  DON'T FORGET OUR  FAMILY ALLOWANCE CONTEST.  Lower Gibsons, 886-2522  STORE HOURS:  Monday thru Thursday   .... 9-6  Friday  '-'  Saturday!     9'6>  Sundays    9-4  tr  Does Your Club or Group Report    Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  ECONOMICAL ��� ROOMY  e USED REGULAR FUEL  SUNDECKS  FIBREGLASS SHEET VINYL  SEAMLESS GUTTERS  5 INCH CONTINUOUS GUTTER MANUFACTURED AT  YOUR HOME. BAKED ENAMEL INSIDE & OUT.  ALUMINUM FACIA COVER & SOFFIT  VINYL        SIDING      ALUMINUM  ROLL UP   AWNINGS   ALUMINUM  CANOPIES & CARPORTS  BAKED ENAMEL ON ALUMINUM FOR MAINTENANCE FREE USE  BLOWN IN  WALLS    INSULATION    ��.L.NGS  easilyiris?MM in new<* existing homes  cental RA|UNGS    ALUM|NUM  any size rinrcAnrriic  fireplace  OR SHAPE  FIRESCREENS  ACCESSORIES  We inst.ill till our products  HQQHm��M_W_-__m^4\__\sis_mW-^  J  jj Sasanitt    1S6S023   Gibsons  Free Estimates      No Obligation  k  DON'T BUY A SMALL CAR  until you test drive the  FABULOUS OMNI/HORIZON  sunco  NFXT TO ST   MflRV"! HO?PIT��!  SECHELT  ni ?iro  885-5111  *  M', ���\  Page 03        * The Peninsula Times Wesnesday, Augu_| 6; 197&  JANOWSKY  \ \ s   .? ��,7y     , ^ rr*.m.  on the  IT^of  THURSDAY  We are proud to have been a part of the construction  of this fine addition to the Sunshine Coast.  Construction  Services Ltd.  GENERAL CONTRACTORS      CUSTOM HOMES  AND RECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENT  BRUCE WORMALD 886-7303  Lambert Electric  886-8^51  886-9414  SunshineProducts  886-7411  Klltlt  Acoustical Ceilings  Gibsons Mobile .  Welding, 886-7145  Glass  886-7359  Andy's Concrete  886-2480  Gibsons Ready-Mix  Coast Insulation  Ken DeVries & Son Ltd.  886-7112  VANCOUVER CONTRACTORS  Velvet Decorating  J.B. Excavating Co. Ltd.  886-9031  Cliff  > i  Carpets  Fiedler Bros.  886-2663  m  _ Alex Gair  Kitchen Equip't,  Gibsons Building  Turenne Concrete  Supplies Ltd., 886-8141  sjsffls^iMlaafrs^  886*7022  P.M. Gordon, Surveyors  885-2332  Darlington & Haskins  Ecume,  s_is_s___np  saa  ���'A Wednesday, August 8  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5 -  -      CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNBL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Summer Un, .  Search for Tom.  Wild Country  Cont'd.  AU My ChUdren  Cont'd.  1 Life To Live  Cont'd.  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  News'  Ida Clarkson -  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  News'  As the  World Turns  Guiding Light  Mad Dash  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.   -  Another  World  Daytime  Programs  Discontinued  for Summer  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Women of  Donahue  Cont'd.  Love of Life  All in FamUy  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd.'  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Edtfe of Night  Take 30  Afternoon  Delight  General  Hospital  ttlerv  Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Voyager  Mr. Dressup  - Take 30  Afternoon  DeUght  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Amazing  Prehistoric  Planet  Popeye  Fllntstones  Hillbillies  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Gong' Show  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Family at War  Cont'd.  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  This ls Law  Film Canada  Part. Family  All In Family  ��6,000,000  'Man  Newis  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Make Me Laugh  News  Sanford & Son  Price is   s  Bight  i News  Mike Douglas  Cont'd.  .News  Cont'd.  Dr.  G.  Cont'd.  Hollywood  Wins day  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co. ���  Munsters  GUUgan's  Island  I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke  Funorama  Brady, Bunch  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Merry Melodies  Bewitched  News  Cont'd.  - 6:00 .  ���News -.-��� -  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore,  ' Baseball:  -Cont'd/- ,.   Cont'd.  P.M. Northwest  Hollywood  _Con_L:   Cont'd.  Seattle  Tic Tac Dough  . Cont'd.              *  Cont'd,  News ,   Football: -    ---  Ottawa at  Calgary  ���Onee-Upon ���  -Dick-Cavett   News  Dad's Army  Bewitched  -   My .3���Sons       Andy Griffith  Bob Newhart  Newlywed Game  __Datlng Game  Joker's  Wild  Tic  Tac DougH  $20,000 Pyramid  6:30 -  7:00  7:30  Cont'd.  Sha- Na Na  Baseball:  Cont'd."  -  Newlywed Game  Joker's Wild  Family Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30'  9:00  9:30  Montreal at  Philadelphia  Cont'd.  Cont'd..  8 is Enough  Cont'd.  Charlie's  Angels  JEteal People.  Cont'd,  Movie:   .  Someone Is  Montreal  at  Philadelphia  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Family Feud  Big 9  Movie: The  Killer Elite  Cont'd.  Cont'd;  Cont'd.  Sanford & Son  Meeting of  - Mlnda  - Performance  La Travlata  Spartacade '79~-  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Shark Attack  " Crosswits  Mere vGrlffin  Conta.- .  Confiijy  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:~  Grizzly  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Cont'd..  ' Week in Ball  National News  Night Final  Vega$_  Cont'd.  News  Police Woman  Watching Me -  Cont'd.  News  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Week dn. Ball  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  Vega$  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Advocates  News  Dating Game  Chico & Man  Gong Show  Medical  Center  Dr. in House  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Cont'd. '  Sports Page  Cont'd.  Thursday, August 9  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNELi 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  Wednesday, August 8, 1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  r    ;  Sidiclt     3S'Mft  C/iamfe o/ (commerce  NEW CAR DRAW  1st PRIZE - NEW 1979 CHEVROLET COMPACT  2nd PRIZE - TRIP TO RENO for two for 1 week  :73rd_PRIZE - CAR STEREO 1  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Sum. Unlimited  Search for Tom,  Wild Country ,  Cont'd. . ���  All My ChUdren  Cont'd.  1 Life To Live  Cont'd.  Days of  ,-Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  News *  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby"  Cont'd.  News  As the  World Turns  Guiding Light  News  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Another'  Daytime-  Programs  Discontinued  for Summer  News , ���  Adam-12  Movie:'  Johnny   Concho  Donahue  Cont'd.  AU in Family  Dick Van Dyke  All  My  Children  Vancouver  Cont'd.-  ���__Q -ft'lPa  of NlnHf        fipnoral  2:30  3:00  3:30  30 From ���  Afternoon  Delight  Hospital  Merv- Griffin  Cont'd.  -GeaW= ;   Tic Tac Dough  Movie;  Victory at Sea  ���Mr:1 Dreasup  Take 30  Afternoon'  Delight    ���  -eont'd.���  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  -AJftwM   Cont'd.  Movie:  Muscle .Beach  Coni'd.   Cont'd.  Popeye  Fllntstones  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  This is Law  Kids Only  Part. Family  AU in Family  $6,000,000 Man  -Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.    .  Cont'd.   ���  Cont'd.  ��� Make Me Laugh  .News  Sanford,& Son  Price is Right  Cont'd.  News  ��� Mike  Douglas  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Party  Cont'd.   '  $6,000,000 Man  Cont'd.  -HUHHllles   M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Gong Show  -cosra:   Cont'd.  Family at War,  Con't.  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Munsters  GiUigan's Island  I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Merrie  Melodies  Bewitched  News  Cont'd.  6:00 News                      Cont'd. .   Cont'd.            - Cohfd.                     Cont'd. News Once Upon Bewitched ^ Fishing Report $20,000 Pyramid  6:30 Cont'd.                . Cont'd. Cont'd.       , Cont'd.                    Mary T. Moore Cont'd Dick Cavett My 3 Sons v Dating Game FamUy Feud  7:00 Mary T. Moore    Horseman "  Seattle Movie. >                    Newlywed Game Angie News Andy Griffith Joker's Wild Vancouver  7:30 Bonkers Riding By Match  Game High, Wild Joker's Wild Carter Country Stepping Out Bob Newhart Tic Tac Dough Cont'd.   8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Mork & Mindy  King.Kens.  Edward VII  .Cont'd.  Laverne, Shirley  Angle  Barney Miller  Carter  Country  Project  UFO  Cont'd.  Mrs. Columbo  Cont'd.  & Free  Cont'd.  Hawaii 5-0  Confdi.  The Waltons  Cont'd.  Hawaii   5-0  Cont'd.  The Waltons  Cont'd.  Uve It Up  Soap   National  Geographic  Creatures Great  & SmaU  Donna Ea.i'go  T.B.A. ,     .  Dolly .    -  Pop Country  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Lav. & Shirley  Shirley  Bassey  10:00  "10T3O-  11:00  -11:30-  Dallas  -Confd;   National News  Night Final���  20/20  -cent'dr-   News  -Sfc-fc-Hntch-  Cont'd. Barnaby  - Cont'd.���= Jones'���  News News  -Tonight-Show������Cont'd;���  Barnaby             - . Sweepstakes  -Jones Cont'd.���"~"  News News  -Late Movfe , ������Cont'd.  10 Who Dared  -Confd;   Cinema B.C.  Cabillo Village  Hews ~>       x  -Datingi Game-  Chico _t Man.  Gong Show  Medical  Center  -Coaf.d.  Lucky Teller   Late Movie  Babe Ruth  Cont'd.  -Sports- Page -  Cont'd.  Friday, August 10  Ppceeds to be used for Chamber of  Commerce New Home plus to promote  business, etc' in the Sechelt area'.  ������*���*������**���*���*������������������  :DRAW ON LABOUR DAY:  Tickets Tickets available at   ___  i$5.00 each       your local merchants _^r  FLEA MARKET  AUGUST 12th  on COWRIE ST, _  SECHELT iy  9am-4pm     //���^~=-  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00,  12:30  1:00  1:30  Sum. Unlimited  Search for Tom.  'wild Country  Confd.  AU  My  Children  1 Life  to  Live  Days of  OUr Lives  The Doctors   ,  Another  World  News  Ida Clarkson  Marcus  Welby  Confd.  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  News  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Another  Daytime  Programs"  Discontinued  for Summer  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  News  Adam 12  M,ovie:  Requiem for  Donahue  Cont'd.  Love of Life  All In  FamUy  All My  Children  Vancouver  Confd.  Edge of Night  30 From  Afternoon  Delight  - General  Hospital  Merv  Griffin  ' Cont'd!  Confd.  Confd.  ivlovie:   T.B.A.  Confd.  Mr.  Dressup  Take 30  Afternoon  Delight  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  World  Confd.  Movie:  White Freight  a Gunfighter  Confd.  Popeye   '-  Flintstones  HUlbilUes  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Gong Show  Confd.  Sounds Good  Family at War  Cont'd.  _4_0_  4:30  5:00  5:30  _Thls_ls_Law   Mr. Dressup  Part. Family  AU In Family  $6.000.000  "Man  News  Confd.  Confd.  "Confdr  Make' Me Laugh  News  Sanford St Son  -Price-ir-Right���  Confd.  News  Mike Douglas  -Contkt   News  Confd.  to Hong Kong  -ConfxL.  $6,000,000  Man  Sesame Street  .Cont'd.   Mr. "Rogers  Electric Co.  Munsters '  GUUgan's .Island  -_X6ve~EUCSr   Dick Van Dyke  Funorama  Brady Bunch  1_ Lave-Lucy���  Andy Griffith  Merrle  Melodies  Bewitched  -News   Confd.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News  '  Confd  Mary T. Moore  Inventors  Confd.  Confd.  P.M.   Northwest  Muppet Show  Confd.  Confd.  Baseball:  Teams . T.B.A.  Confd.  Confd.  Incredible  Hulk  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's  Wild  News  Confd.  Patsy  Gallant  Circus  Once Upon  Dick Cavett  News  Gardening  Bewitched  My 3 Sons  Andy  Griffith  Bob Newhart  8:00  8:30-  9:00  9730"  AU In Family .  -Challenge -���  John-Cameron  Language   Family Feud  -Gonf-d;   - Movies  Mother," Jugs  Cont'd,  -eonfd.  .Cont'd.  Cont'd.  King Kens.  Challenge  John _Cameron _  Watch Language  Incredible  Hulk  Duke of ���  Hazzard  ~  Diffrent Strokes  _He_>���tarry   Duke of  Hazzard   Newlywed Game  Dating Game  Joker's  Wild  Tic  Tac Dough  $20,000 Pyramid  Family Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Wn.  Review  Wall Street  Theatre  Confd   Spartacade  Confd.  Cont'd.  . Down. Under  79  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Confdr -     -  Confd   Confd.  Cont'd.  At the Forum  .Cont'd,  fgHW*  ��  No. 1 IN COLOR T.V.  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  ^^  STEREO & APPLIANCES  885-,8,6 |N THE ^P OF SECHELT  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  Cowrie St.  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Across Canada  Great Debate  National  News  Night Final  & Speed  Confd.  News  Soap  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  News  Tonight Show  Wonder  Woman  News  Cont'd.  Dallas  Confd.  News  Late Movie  Rockford  Flies  News  Cont'd.  Mel Torme &  Woody Herman  Austin City  Confd.      ���  News  Dating Game  Chlco & Man  Gong  Show  Medical  Center  Dr.  in  House  Late Movie  Eddie  Capra  Cont'd.  Sports Page  Confd.  Saturday, August 11  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4,  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  -42^30-  1:00  1:30  Sports  -Weekend-  Confd.  Confd.  Am.  Bandstand  -Action   Bonkers  Untamed  World  Baseball:  Twins  TR A  Cont'd.    ���  ,."  '  Cont'd.  Sportsweekend  _C_nfd.    ��� ��� ..  Cont'd.  Confd.  Football:  Chicago at  Feel Like  Daricin*  New  OfHSBT���nJoywr-KeUy���  Cont'd. McGowan ,  Fall of Eagles  Cont'd.  -Movie:���   Quartet  Movie:  Rhubarb  _Ccm__  Cont'd.  Banana Splits  Fat Albert  ___��_!ctiye__  Outlook  100 Huntley St.  Cont'd--..-  Merrie  Melodies  Th Private Life  2:00  -2:30  3:00  .3:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Mr. Chips  Reach  or  Top  Movie:  Prided of t"  4  St. Louis  Movie:  Jr.  Olympics  Cont'd.-7  Cont'd.  Week in Ball  Cont'd.     7 ;  >C6hfd.-."-^v''��/V  Golden Years  Travel ~  Sammy Davis  SJri'* _olf .  Movie:  Pari Passage  Discover^v  YbUTell Us  Wrestling  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Harlan  Movie:  Panther  Island  Cont'd.  700 Club   .  Cont'd.       ���  Honeymooners  Monkees  Money Talks,  -Wrestling     ��'  Confd.  Gastown  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Movie:  It Happened.  to Jane  Confd.  Girl  Shy  Cont'd.  World of  Sports  Fred Astalre  Salutes  Sports Legends  News  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  Discover  Cap; Comment  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Disaster  News  World of  Sports  Cont'd.'  Confd.  County  Cont'd.  Evening  at Pops  Twilight Zone  Cont'd.  Bionic  Woman  Funorama  Our Gang  Ruff House  Child's Film  Theatre  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Weekend  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News  Together  Paper Chase  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Lawrence    Welk.  Confd.  Confd.  Animal World  Wild Kingdom  Gong Show_   News  Stan Kann  New Avengers  Cont'd.   , "  News  '  Price Is Right  SI.98 Beauty  Family Feud  News ���  Stan Kann  Sports  Soccer:  Meeting of  Minds  National  Geographic  Star Trek  Confd. 1\  Hee Haw  Confd. ���;���  Weekend  Cont'd.  Name That Tune  Movie:  Sports Probe  Nashville Swing  Western Front  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Creatures  Great & Small  Movie:  The  Far Shore  Love Boat  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd-  Chips  Cont'd/  B.J.  &  the  Bear  Chips  Cont'd.  Movie:  The Far Shore  Bad News Bears  Just Friends  Movie:  Mixed Company  Vancouver  vs Seattle  Cont'd.  Joyce Kelly  2.. Ronnies'"'  Dad's Army  Ray Charles  Cont'd.  Spartacade '79  Cont'd.,.,,  Cont'd. >  Country'iN.W.  Wilderness  Journey  Confd.  Movie:  Confdi  Confdi  Love Boat  Confd.  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  ContU  Cont'd.  National  News  Night Final  Fantasy  Island  News  Late Movie  Sword of  Justice  News  Sat. Night  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Limbo  Fantasy  Island  News  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Sign Off  Confd.  Movie: h  Marjosle  Mornlngstar  Confd.  Stalag 17  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  2nd City T.V.  Sounds Good  Sports Page  Cohfd.     *  Date Pad  August 9 ��� Alcoholics Anonymous .Meeting, Wilson Creek Community  Hall, 8:30 p.m. For info call 885-2896 or 885-3394.  August 12 ��� Farmers Market, behind Post Office in Roberts Creek, noon -  3 p.m. Produce, crafts, homebaklng, etc. Interested vendors should call  885-5059 or 885-9553, or arrive early and bring your own table or  blanket. 10% to Robert* Creek Community Assoc. Everyone Welcome!  August 25 ��� Rebekah #82 Garage Sale at home of L. Brackett on Norwest   Bay-Rd.-lD-a.m^-2-p.m. - ��� ���   Tuesday - Saturday 11 p.m. - 4 p.m. Art Centre open. Now on display  paintings by David Burgraf & Ceramics by Muriel Parfitt.  Every Thursday & Saturday ��� Bargain Barn of Pender Harbour Health  Clinic Auxiliary, 1 - 3 pim.  Sunday; August 12  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5 '  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Meeting  Issues, Answers  Football:  Terry Winters  U.S.   Clay  Court Champ.  McGowan  T.B.A.  Movie:   ���  Jerry  Falwell  Cont'd.  100 Huntley St.  12:30  Place  Directions  N.Y.  vs  Show Biz  Jim Swaggart  Terry Winters  Movfe:  T.B.A.  Space Monster  Confd.  1:00  Co.   Canada  Harold Lloyd  Houston  Country Can.  Hartford  Wn. Review  Cont'd.  Faith 20  Cont'd.  1:30  Hymn Sing  Movie:  Baseball;  Hymn Sing  Open Golf ,  Wall Stroet  Spartacade  '70  P.T.L. Club  Laurel St Hardy  2:00 '  West, Summer  Virgin Queen ,  Mariners at  Western  Cont'd.  Separation  Another Voice  Confd,  Confd.  Confd.  2:30  Games  Cont'd.  Oakland  Summer Games  Confd.  ContU  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  , Confd.  Bugs Bunny  3:00  Access  Confd.  Cont'd.  Charlie's  Jacques  Confd.  T.B.A.  Movie:  Confd.  Confd.  3:30  Conchlchlng  Images of  World of  Sports  Cont'd.  Jr. Olympics  Confd.  Angels  Images  of Canada  Cousteau  Cont'd;              -  T.B.A.  Paris Blues  Outlook  Wrestling  4:00  National  Sports  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Perspective.,  Confd.  4:30  Canada  Cont'd.  Geographic  Question Period  untamed World  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  In Tune  llorst Koehler  5:00  News  Nows  Confd.  Student  Forum  In Search Of  Primo Time  Bionic   ,  Movie:  Global  Weekend  5:30  We   Remember  Confd.  News  News  David Horowitz  Capital Com.  Soccer  Woman  Bomba St  Cont'd..  6:00  World of  Football;  Confd.  News  Travel '70  News.      ...  Nows  Confd.  Star Trek  Killer Leopard  Great Debate  6:30  Disney  Dallas at  Castaways  Mary T. Moore  60 Minutes  Travel '70  Fall of Eagle  Confd.  Havo Gun  Cont'd.  7:00  Beachcombers  Seattle  World of  Beachcombers  B.J. & the  Cont'd.  Tho  60  Minutes  Western  7:30  Happy Days  Confd.  Disney  Joyce Kelly  Confd.  Bear  Life Around Us  Virginian  Cont'd.  Front  8:00  Barney MUler  Confd,  Movie:  Fantasy Island  All in Family  Kaz  Evening  at Pops  Public Affairs  Donahue's  Cont'd.  8:30  3's Company  Gift to Last  Confd,  A Family  Upsicio Down  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.,*  Confd,  Best  Confd.  9:00  Mork  St  Mindy  Gift to Last  Cont'd.  Lou Grant  Theatre  Confd.  Glittering  Movio:  9:30  Confd.  Gerry St Zlz  The Ropcra  Hollywood  Cont'd.  Tom Snyder  Confd.  Gerry  _  7.\t  1 Day at a Time  Alice  Cont'd.  W-5  ContU  10 Who Dared  Confd.      '  Cont'd.  Prizes  Confd.  Lola  10:00  Confd.  10:30  .Man Alive  Cont'd,  Confd.  Man Alive  Jefferson*  Cont'd.  Confd.  700 Club  Fuwlty   Towers  Confd,  11:00  Nutlonnl News  News  NOWH  Nows  Nowa  Nows  Sign Off  Confd,  Some Mothers  Sporta Pago  11:30  Nlfiht Final  NFL Teams  Lnto  Movie  Cont'd.  Late Movie  Cont'd,  Sign Off  Confd.  Lato  Movie  Confd.  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATIONS EVENTS:  ITS FREE. CAU 885-3231.  Monday, August 13  CHANNBL 2  CHANNBL 4  CHANNBL8  CHANNBL 6  CHANNBL 7  CHANNBL8  CHANNBL 9  CHANNBL 11  CHANNBL 12  CHANNBL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Hummer  Un.  Search for Tom.  Wild Country  Cont'd,  Kiiuo of Night  '.10 From  Afternoon  DollKlit   ~ This" li "Law  Child of World  Part. Family  All in 'family  News  Cont'd. -.-..'-    ������  Mary T. Mooro  ltuuuh for Top  "'White Shadow"  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  W.K.H.P.  All   My  Children  1 Life to Live  Confd.  General  Hospital  Morv Urlfrin  Confd.  $.0,000,000  Man  News  Cont'd.              Coni'd"."       ~  .'Cont'd.-   P.M.,   Northwest  "TittSebiiTis"  Teams T.ll.A,  Confd.  Confd.  Days of  Our Live*  Tho  Doctors  Another. World  "Cont'd.  Confd.  Movio:  The  Man  Outside  Confd.  Make Me Laugh  New*  New*  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Confd.  News  A* World  Turns  dulillng Light  Now*  Alan llamol  Confd,  Another  Daytime  Program*  D|icontlnu��d  for Summer  Now* %  Adam-12  Movie:  Terror 1* a  Donahue  Cont'd,  Lovo of Llfo  All  In  Family  All My Children  Confd.  Vancouver  Cont'd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  "4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Mr.  DreMup"  Tako 30  Aftornoon  Delight  Nanrord & Son  Price 1* Illght  '  Confd.  Now*  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Mllie 'boitil'lM  Confd.  Now*  Confd.  Cont'd,  Mnry 'f, Moore  Newlywed Gurno  Jokor* Wild   -  WhTto"  Shadow  M.A.S.H.  W.K.ILP,  Lou Urtni  Cont'd,  Now*  Lnto  Movie  World  Cont'd.  Movie;  Crook* St  Coronets  Cont'd,  SO,O0O,OOO  Man  Wow*  Confd   Wliat'd My Line  8word" of*  Jiutlco  Mqvlo:  Lireilna  cont'd,  Confd,  Now*  Confd,  Sosumo Street  Cont'd.  Mr, llo��er��  Electric Co.  Once Upon  Dlok Cavett  Now*  Previews  Man  Confd.  Popeye  FllnUtono*  Miinitor*  Gllllgan'*  Island  1 Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyko  Bewitched  ...,. My..8 ~ Son*.......,���  Andy Griffith  Uoh Newhart  UlUbUlle*  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Gong Show  FunoraniR  Brndy Hunch  i  Lovo  Lucy  Andy Griffith  Newlywod Uninu  DMinif Oamo  Joker1* Wild  _Thi Tao  l)ouBh_  "Crosiwlt*  Merv  Grirrin  Confd,  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  Confd.  Family al War  Confd.        Merry Melodies  liowltched  Now*  Cont'd.  6:00  4,30  7|00  7:30  Co77f d.  -...Oonfd,..-,- ���  Honttlo  Tlo Tao Dough  LHtlo'Tioiiiio   "  on the i'rnlrlo  Movie;  Oporntlon  Lifeline  Cont'd.  Nl) Wat  Tonight Show  Cont'd;  -Cont'd.'.." ������  Chopper  Stniua  Little House  on tho Prairie  Lawronco  Welk  New* Mm,  Thl* Land  New*  Confd.  126,000 Pyramid  Faintly Feud  Vancouver  Confd.  BlOO  8|30  9:00  9:30  Bill   Moyer  Confd.  Poldark  Cont'd,  Spartacade '70  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Movlii:  Shadow of  10:00  10l30  moo  11130  News Mai.  Thl* Land  National News  NIkIii Final  Cont'd.  Confd.  News  Police Story  When Boats  Coma In  Academy  Leader*  New*  Dating  Gamo  Chlco St Man  Gonji Show  Madtcal  Con tar  Dr,  In IIouhh  Late  Movio  the Hawk  Confd.  Sport*  P*ge  Confd.  Hear Ye! Hear Ve!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  Tuesday, August 14  CHANNBL %  CHANNBL 4  CHANNBL i  CHANNBL 4  CHANNBL 7  12:00  12110'  1:00  1130  "2:00  3:10  3:00  Summer tin,  Search foV Tom.  urnny  Cont'd.  -    Dfo  cTTildi  run  On  one  to  L  tve  liUlge of Night  .10 From  Afternoon  This 1* L*w  All in Family  Football:  lliinillton ��t   "wlnniuiig  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Cont'd;,  Gonoral  lloanllnl  MnrV Grirrin  fpftMoQ  Man  New*  Cont'd.  4(00  4(30  1:00  8:30  *:do  4:30  7:00  ii'di"   Klew* Happy D��y��  8:00.    M��ry T. Moore D*l#eUv�� Suhool  9:00     llnppy Day* .V* Company  9:30 _ Pari. Family Taxi  16:66" Yho" Goodie* ]KiriK~y~~& "  10.30 CMo lllbou lluteli  11:00 National New* New*  11.30 Night Final L��U Movl.?   Day* of  Our Live*  The Doctor* ,__  Another world  "ConfdT"  Cont'd,  Movie:  N��w��  ldn Clarkion  c'onfd,  Km. rWthwoit  W.ffMlft,  Seven Hawk*  Cont'd,  Make Me Laugh  New*  Mr. DreMup  Take 30  Utomoon  Afterno  JMSM  niiiitt  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  leattle  Price Is  Confd.  Football:  JlaynlUon at  "Winnlpoif  Cont'i   \  Cont'd   i  New*  A* tho  World Tumi  Guiding Llitht_  "Confd, ~~"    ~~  M.A.S.H.  Dinah   finntth.    it,. ���..,���,���.-  Mike Douglas  Confd,  New*  CHANNBL 8  N��w*  Alan llamol  Cont'd. i  Another  World"" -  Cont'd,  Movie!  jftnuMH,   CHANNBL 9  Daytime  Program*  Discontinued  for Bummer  Confd,  Cont'd,  u^J^nP^l^M.gffi^  Movfe i  Itetiirn of       ,  Klacon bounty  ,i  Cont'd, '  Newi  Tonight Show  BtanTny  Movloi  Slither  Confd,  Cont'd,  News  Confd,  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  " !��;��,,��   .    . .* Street  Confi.  Mr. Roger*  Klectrlo  Co.  *Sei��ma  ifd.  CHANNBL 11  New*  Ad ft in-12  Movie:,  Sweet Smell  "of Suaoaiiif  Confd.  l'opeye  . wiimwnw, ���,-.,  CHANNEL 12  ���jit"  New  Now*  Cont'd,  Downright DI*co  on Ic  rlo  Jew*  Movlei  Million*    __  vVliibie"  Confd  NttWS  Late Movie  Mm  Prolec  ���8  ICO  Once Upon  Dlok Cavett  N��w*  ''JL'  Muniten  Gllllgan'*  UUnd  1 Love Lucy  Dlok Vai^DyJiui^  Donahue  Cont'd.  Match flame  All In  Family  TiiUbilllo*  M.A.S.H.  rUumntan  ..flflngJhflg   Funorama  ���Brady Uunch  1 Love Lucy  Andy  Griffith  CHANNBL 13  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd.   "Cont'd,  Confd.  I'll mil y at War  Marry   Meloiiie*  Bewitched  New*  Confd.  iliftiAi.  Kvonln  un  Ml  Country  Quincy  Cont'd,  New*  Cont'd,  Evening  fhSSSi  Downttalr*  2 llonnle*  T.U.A.  T.B.A.  T.B.A,  liowltched  My i Bona  .  Andy Griffith  "'Man  *  ovle:  Thalia. Catja* ,  Tiron��on  Cont'd.   _  Now*  DatlnK Qame  Chlco * Man  Oonni Show  Newlywod damn  Tfq T��o Dough  >o**w!!��  Werv.CJrif/ln  Cont'd!      "Motile*!  CenUr  Lucky Feller  Lnte Movie  �����),0(56  Pyramid  Family  Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd,  Kid  TonToT���  Cont'd.  Movie:  Supreme  "Confdr  Cont'd.  Sporta !'���*���  Cont'd,  T WELCOMING   SPEECH   at   the with first princess Karin Achterberg,  opening of the Sea Cavalcade on centre, and second princess and Miss  Gibsons  Wharf  Friday   night   by Congeniality .Carla Paetkau.  Cavalcade Queen Maureen Forsyth  DODGING THE barrage of water- filled balloons.  <##pfi* _.  tart i  n'rvsj-*���'  'Xxy{^x*M:$.  h ''-!_tyT%K4ix  ffP&tfW^^  m 'ifwfvr, *wmm$ **ft (%wT���Wfm<mtowM^iirmmwXiK*���  !���       &<.   L__1_\  ,   ' "ll *   \  I       i' u ,  FW it *��i��'' * < <" ' M * w* 'i  Ll.1. '�� k     ,  f       'i*V,K! n'      <  '    -   '       '     7   , I  if* M'   7 <     >'   (>'  till it'iW i'^I-M.vU��'h,    . i  '..  , ' *< "i    ',  X  1, I  I ��, > ),  .r*t ii%  MEDIEVAL BATTLE.  A DRENCHED photographer.  )  . / ^  MONKEY-QN-a? . . .  .-������.*>- Ks'.l.lV<��.vV. ==L=  A  ;  ^  PageC-,6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 8,1979  Times Cross word -ty *> Me/nyk  r  2  3  4  5  14  -  "  17  i  -       j  20  ,  tft*%r  DAVTO BURGGRAE'S main interest  doing some rural scenes lately.  j^in-SaM']^  local artis It Burggrafys  on  PASSPORT PHOTOS  & CITIZENSHIP  WHILE YOU WAIT  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  Sunnycrest  Centre   Gibsons  KITS Com^m  886-8010  rWKTTAWOOITPTISrLTD.  IS NOW  YOUR INDUSTRIAL FORD  POWR PRODUCTS DEALER  UO^d  Power  Product  On The Sunshine Coast  883-2616 or 883-9921  Hwy 101 Pender Harbour  By EVI BLUETH  "The intrinsic value of a painting is its  -ability to excite curiosity!! said_loraUrtist_  David Burggraf . Presently his paintings  are being displayed at the new Art Centre  in Sechelt.  David moved out here from Chicago 10  years ago and has been enjoying the quiet  and natural harmony of the area ever  since. Although his main-interest is in still  life, he recently found himself doing some  rural scenes.  He is most influenced by Vermeer,  William Kalf, Peter Claesz and many  other of the dutch masters. Although his  work follows a traditional style, there is  i  DEATH BENEFITS  * Many people are not  aware of the death  benefits payable ' by  various   Crown   agencies.  * The Canada Pension Plan  will pay up to $1,045.00 on .  the death of a contributor.  This is in addition to the  -widow's~pension7 -  * A veteran's family may  be eligible for a grant from  D.V.A. or the last Post  Fund.  * At time of need, Devlin  Funeral Home will assist  the family in determining  eligibility for various  government or private  death benefits.  DA. DEVLIN  owner-manager  still a feeling.of freshness about it. aa  careful attention to minute detail pervades  hisJhoughtful compositions. Most of his  paintings - are done solely from"  imagination, without direct observation of  external objects.  One work displayed,at the Art Centre'  showing is called "Still Life with African  Violets". This intriguing nocturnal floral  arrangement becomes a portrait of the  artist in his studio as we study the  reflections in the vase holding the African  violets. An observer is also seen standing  in the background, over the artists  shoulder. On the petal of the lotus rests a  dragonfly.  David says,"I never had the problem of  wondering *rhat I-was-going-to-do^It_was_:  always very clear to me that I wanted to  paint." In an effort to become more self-  sufficient David has been expanding his  garden and fruit orchards, preserving  fruit and vegetables-for-the.jsdnter.and'  keeping bees. He realizes it is difficult to  support himself as a painter, but feels that  if he can reduce his outside needs he would  be able to live quite inexpensively.  He built the house on his land near  Lockyer Rd. and has a studio set in behind.  He fixes antique clocks in another studio  near his house. It is important, he feels, to  be resourceful and independent and values  having his time free to devote to painting.  "I feei no need for expensive conventional entertainment when I have so  many friends nearby along lovely country  trails," David says.  David finds the most difficult aspect of  being a painter is learning how to handle  the business. Most of his sales are by word  of mouth although he occasionally does  exhibit He used to display annually at the  Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver.  The Elizabeth T. Greenshields Foundation  grant was given to David in 1969. '  David feels the world is a turbulent  place and values tranquillity. He recently  sold a.painting to a mental hospital and  was told that one of the residents, a  hyperactive child, was greatly soothed by  it.  "The opening of the arts centre and the  present enthusiasm seen to be a bigjstep  towards awareness of art and artists on  the coast," said David. He feels very lucky  to be part of a community so full of  talented and interesting people.  ASHERS-DRYERS-t)ISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS|  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-year guarantee on washer transmission j  Lifetime guarantee on stainless step'  wqsher tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELI  MADEIRA APPUANCES  883-2648  __w_-t_-t-_-----mmtm--m---_---m__mt----  Don't let lack  of business  rob you!  ADVERTISE  IN  The Peninsula7*������4:  885-3231  centre   for  7     classifieds  AGENCIES LTD.  SUNNYCREST CENTRE, OIBSONS  ACROSS  17 Penlntula  Plocaj  with 6 across  6, See 1 acrot*  ").  Haalth Retort*  14. Group*  15. Drug     - -  16. Otherwise  17. 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Brain   Passage  52. Dispatched  53. Time   Divisions  55. Pile  56. Big -  57. Taxi  VOLVO PENTA DEALER  SALES-SERVICE  ���- w-v -���-  TT~N ew   Zeal and-  Parrot  10. Nets  11. Trite Observations  12. -���    Martin  Tracing car)  13. Leak*  19. Adores  1  s  T"  a  \  s  e  ��  m  &  0  7  a  'l  fl  .  ii  0  P  11  e  H  1  0  n  3  4  r  e  a  *  V  e  n  1  0  9  3  t,  ii  P  ,t  I  e  a  t  lo  n  u  T  71  e  3  ���3  i  V  0  r  c  0  ���I  *  i  t  a.  "s  a  t  t  e  r  v-  n  d  0  a  0  n  11  s  ���  ll  s  e  a  a  "d  0  j)  d  B  r  J  w  %  ~5  r  "f  *l  r  ~I  ~r  ~e  ~5~  I  *  e  e  "l  r  e  'b  r  d  a  1  ��  t  e  3  t  44  c  1  e  e  n  ���_  V  ai  n  t  3  3  a  r  G  e  n  SI  3  e  w  e  r  "t  h  1  r  3  t  J.  r  !3L  t  a  i5b  1  e  it  a  u  c  a  1  )  1  60  P  h  _  3  .I  e.  t  \  T  0  t  ���I  e  r  a  _  0  a  3  t  e  n  3  e  1  a  0  ra  .  1  a  t  e  * Marine Repair* * FueL  * Marine Ways-Boat* up to 32'  * Store * Live Bait * Camping  * Paved Launching Ramp  * Chrysler Outboard  ���Serving to All Makes S Models  TILLICUM BAY MARINA  5 Miles North of Socholt on Socholt Inlot   Homeowners receive  provincial support  Lands, Parks and Housing Minister  James R. Chabot recently tabled the  Home Purchase 'Assistance Amendment  Act, 1979, for first reading in the  Legislature.  "This Bill fulfills an election promise to  provide additional support for home-  ownership. Effecitve immediately, all  first home buyers who meet eligibility  requirements may claim the $1,000 grant.  In addition we have simplified and  deregulated the Act to improve service to  the public," Chabot said.  The $2,500 Family First Home grant  that was introduced last year remains in  effect, but the $1,000 Home Purchase  Assistance Grant that was limited to  buyers of new homes can now be applied to  Uny first home purchase. This means there  will now be two grants for first home  buyers ��� a $2,500 grant for families with  children, and a $1,000 grant for all other  buyers.  Regulations for both grants have also  been eased. Formerly an applicant had to  live in their home for five years, otherwise  the grant was proportionately refundable  to the Province. This period has been  reduced to one year. This change also  applies to people who haye grants from the I  previous Home Purchase and Home  Acquisition Act programs. The total  number of grants forgiven ls 21,000 with a  combined value of $10 million.  "Another major improvement is the  ' removal of n five per cent downpaymcnt In  order to qualify for the lump sum under  the Family First Homo Grant. This will  allow all first home buyers to use their  grant towards tho downpaymcnt on their  homo," said Chabot.  Some technical changes have also been  made to the Act to simplify administration  and effectiveness. v.,....,...,,'.,...,.  Chabot said,  "Revised and simpler  price limits for grants and mortgages  went into effect on July 1st. These changes  cut more red tape from the program, and  also made more people eligible' for  assistance. The newly announced changes  are in effect for all homes purchased after  today. Applicants have up to a year to  apply for benefits/so if you think you aire  eligible, please leave your name with the  Home Purohase Assistance Branch at 387-  5381, and you will be sent full details as  soon as they are available."  *  SPORTSMEN  PICK UP YOUR  MEN     I  8   FIREARM ACQUISITION CERTIFICATE  EARLY  WE WILL REIMBURSE  THE COST^OFTHEF.A.C  WITH the PURCHASE of ANY  CENTREFIRE RIFLE  PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN  * Yoo Must Have YoiJr F.A.C. Before Any  Gun Purchase  __  * Forms AVAILABLE At TRAIL BAY SPORTS  * Don't Get Caught In The Delays At  The Beginning Of The HUNTING SEASON  TRAIL BAY SPORTS  Cowrie St., SECHELT   885-2168  Sunnycrest Centre, GIBSONS   886-8020  0mm-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm**mmmm_m  ���MS  SUPER SPECIAL SALE  STARTING AUGUST 9th  ALL BEACH SHORTS  ALL SWIM WEAR  ALL SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS  Vi PRICE -  /   CASUAL  JACKETS  S>f^VVV^-^^*^*a*>*��*a1ft|AAs*aMA^*a��i  JEANS-GWG,  LANDLUBBER  & LEVI  RUGBY SHIRTS  TERRY BATHROBES  KNIT JEANS       >  *S*0>i+%SS**m>  :oo  & SERVICES 885-5500  ��� GAS & DIESEL PUMPS  cV TOW TRUCK SERVICE  * RESTAURANT OPEN  TUESDAYS-SUNDAYS  lunchi HiSO-liSO p.m.  Dlnnani 4130*10 p.m.  Smorgasbord! frl, lot, tun  Th* ClARKSONI  8 milts north ol SajchailiHwy 101  iwy  ���SCI  Misconduct:  No running", No walking.  Penalty���a shorter life.  No argument.  Fitness Is (un.  Try some.        potwcipanion  man J*.  DRESS PANTS  LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS  HATS & SUPPERS  WOOL WORK JACKETS nS98  Reg. $31.00  SPORTS JACKETS   $15(  Reg. $69.80  SHORTIE PYJAMAS  *T*  STANFIELD SOCKS   *T9  ��... $s.as o, 2/$479  MORGAN'S MEN'S WEAR.  COWRIE STREET�� SECHELT  885-9330  ^a^^^s^^S^^s^saa^s^sH^aa^'a.*  JEANS-  Assorted  Fabrics  $400  La*����a**a*^��*a��AA��^aAsA����As^a��^^a��^  Terms Cash  All Sales Final  WN   3D  \  I  nil. *     ��� ���   '('  4  " y  The Garden Corner  Early seeding worries  By Guy Symonds  "The year'Tnatures  apace  and-the~  ^ growing things. Jn_the_- garden are^being _  urged on to their appointed end, by the  continued fine weather with complete lack  of any kind of setback. ,  This   worries'the   citizens   of   the  vegetable world whose mission it is to  ensure the next generation. So early  maturity leads to early seeding and this is  *    something to watch carefully.  The answer is water and this can be a ���  problem which one has to depend on a  public source. The next best thing is  / mulching to^prevent evaporation of  V whatever moisture gets to the surface, and  to discourage loss'f rom this the hoe has to  be kept moving. Subsurface  moisture  brought to the surface by capillary action  can be conserved by breaking the chain at*  the suface, and where this is faithfully  done the effect can be quite amazing.  For the  rest. of the fine  weather   ^prnhlftms-in thp garHpn thp lawaimnHrinft-  __ must be done with care and con-  ~ sideration. At least an inch and a half of  leafy growth must be retained. Hedges too  can suffer irreparable damage if their  "" needs are ignored. This is particularly  true of the cedar hedge which is shallow-.  rooted.  _ !flie unfortunate thing7is that-if- the  hedge is deprived of water long enough to  make the need obvious, the odds are that it;  is lost completely. So again ��� care and  consideration. Fruit trees are carrying a  heavy load at this time of the year, and  water applied deep around the drip line  where the fine roots are will be gratefully  received.     - >  And  while   we   are   talking   about  watering we might as well cover the  subject with a final warning. Don't just  sprinkle the ground because it makes it  ��� smell nice. Shallow watering is very bad  _   practice because it encourages the roots to  "seeTTthemoist surface where the next hor  .sun: hurts, .them.', if the. water supply is  restricted, as is the case at the time of  writing, use it all oh a portion of the garden  to ensure a good soaking, covering each  part with succeeding waterings.   If you have roses, remenlber they are^  very susceptibleiatirjr conditions while in  the flowering stage. > ���>  This is the weather that tests the gar-  ��� dener's horticultural practices. The plants  that survive and flourish are those that are  rooted in soil that holds moisture. The only  Wy it can get its food is from a solution in  water which is release on demand. Hence  the invaluable compost heap Which as only  one of its beneficient acts performs this  duty admirably.   _ _ .      .  So we come once more to that virtually  important aid to the gardener and, at the  risk of being repetitious, would urge that it  is now time to ensure next year's healthy  -garden*  More information needed  for services' directory  HELP!! More information is needed    SHOPPING - PENDER HARBOUR  for the Directory of Services! Patricia        A.volunteer would love to shop for an  -Lee,-who-is_updating-the dkerioiy,Js-_e]deri��j>iJiome^  like some help? She would ei^theputing  Wesnesday, August 8,1979  The Peninsula Times  Page C-7  concerned that some groups will not be  included in this new edition. Organizations  listed in the previous directory have been  contacted, but some have still not returned.  the necessary information.  Of greater concern are the new groups,  clubs?or^ervices which have emerged on  The Sunshine Coast since the last directory  was printed in 1976. If you are involved in ,  any group; please take the responsibility  upon yourself to verify if your organization  is included. Patricia can be reached at 885-  5881 during the day or at 886-9611 in the  evening or on a weekend.  Perhaps you are still wondering why  the directory is being printed. This book  contains information about. medical  facilities, churches, schools, community  groups, societies and other services  available on the Sunshine Coast.  Besides listing the names of the groups,  the book will briefly describe the function  nw   ...  "No running.  No walking.  No exercise.  No effort!  Penalty���  a shorter life.  No argument.  Fitness is fun.  Try some.  PBRTtCIPBCTian,  wankWc,  We said, that the conservation of  moisture is one of the benefits ot compost  in the garden. Some of the others include  conditioning of the soil to give body to the  light land hereabouts, the encouragement  of bacterial action in the soil and the  supplying of those nutrients demanded by  all growing things/that have been used up-  in the previous years' crops.  It must be borne in mind that each year  the harvest devours the nutrients that  have been supplied so each year we are  . back to square one, as far as this highly  mineralized, low organic soil is concerned.  If manure were available, that is the good  farm yard manure of the days when the  bedding was of straw, there would be no  problem. Hereabouts almost the only  manure is that from horses and for garden  purposes this cannot be considered 'the  best.  This is particularly the case where  sawdust or shavings are used as bedding,  since���the-breakdown-o��-this_material.  imposes a heavy drain on the nitrogen  available. On the other hand one cannot  profitably use the solid only, since the  urine supplies much valuable plant food.  So, once more to the compost heap. The  answer in this gardener's experience is the  use of sulphate of ammonia in the compost  that has sawdust. This will not only supply  the nitrogen demanded but will hasten the  breakdown of the material.  We will finish this next week with a  repeat of the recipe for "ye compleate  composte pile".  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 [SUNSHINE COAST]  SCHOOL BUS DRIVER  School District 46 (Sunshine Coast) has a vacancy for the position of  school bus driver. The vehicle is a 24 passenger bus, automatic  transmission, power steering, power brakes. A Class 4 is the  minimum licence required. The basic position is 6 hours a day, 2  hours before school, 2 hours at lunchtime, and 2 hours after school.  Probationary rate is $7.33 per hour, regular rate is $7.56 per hour.  Details of the position can be obtained from the School Board Office. Applications will be received until Wednesday, August 15th.  TEACHER AIDE H  School District 46 has a vacancy for Teacher Aide II at the Pender  Harbour Alternate School. This position requires special skills or  training appropriate to the position. Details can be obtained from  the School Board Office 886-2225. Probationary rate $6.62/hour,  regular rate $6.85/hour, 6 hours per day when school is In session.  Applications will be received until Wednesday, August 15th.  R.Mills  Secretary-Treasurer  'tit the'of ganizatioh, its' I6catrdn"atfd"people-  to contact for further information. The  directory will be sold (at cost) to any  residents and will be available at the end  . of August. Please help to make this edition  its complete as is possible.  Here are a few specific volunteer op-  .jportanities. for ypu to,consider:  ARTS CENTRE  The Sunshine Coast Arts Centre will be  run by dedicated volunteers. Help is  needed to staff the gallery so that the  centre can be open to the public 11 a.m.-4  p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday, Volun-t  teers are needed for a 2% hour period once  a week. Enjoy this time amongst the works  of local artists while you meet the general  public on the peninsula.  GARDENING ��� GIBSONS  An elderly family in Gibsons needs  assistance in the yard. The grass is  waiting to be cut and the wood needs to be  stacked. Can you free yourself for a few  ���hours-to lend a hand?-   TAPING A BOOK  A volunteer is needed to read a social  studies text book onto a tape. This will be  used by a student this September. Here is a  proejct which you can do in your own  home.  VISITOR - GIBSONS  A woman in her 90s spends much of her  time confined to her home. She would  reallyenjoy someone'scompany and would  also enjoy an occasional outing in a car,  ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE  A hew program to assist adults to learn  or improve their English will begin this  fall. Volunteers will,be trained and then  r   ���will work individually with-an adult: Ii&j y0Ut  volve yourself in this educational opportunity.  -and wouldreally like to assist ���sweone"  else. ~  MUSIC AND LITERATURE  ENRICHMENT - ROBERTS CREEK  A young and gifted child would ap-  -precMte^the pidihce ~df~an~ adult Jtvho"  enjoys classical music and literature. She  also loves to write stories. Enrich your  own life by sharing some of your time and  talent with this girl.  Other volunteer opportunities are  registered with the Community Services  Volunteer Bureau. Call if we can help you  or you��tan help someone else ������ 885-5881.  Senior Citizens  . By Robert Foxall  Our good friend Dave Hayward is due  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE  Regional Board meetings in August have been  rescheduled as  follows:  Public Utilities Committee/            Thursday, Aug. 9, 1979   .Rftgulflr^o.ajri_MeMlng__ 7i3flLp.m._   Planning Committee/Regional        Thursday, Aug. 23, 1979  Hospital Board/Regular Board        7:30 p.m.  Meeting  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  i  2  3  4  ,5  7.���>���*$.  4 7  11 0  14 9  13 10  8 11-  17 12  10 13  9 14  20 13  12 16  22 17  13 IB  21 19  24 20  23 21  2A n  16. 23  29 24  18 25  30 26  - 27  i9 a*  - 30  Logical Song     Shin* A Llttl* tov ..,.,,.,,,,  W��Ar�� Family    You Tak�� My Breath Away...7  Hot Stuff  '.   "Chuck E't In lov��    Lav* Takot Tlmo   I Want You To Want M��   Odd   Whin You're In Lov* With A  Beautiful Woman   OoodTlmln'.r....v.......,..  Jutt Wh��n I NvaKtcd Yov Mo��t ,  Honanty   Shgk* Your Body   Sh��'Bella van In Ma   Lovaa You ln��ld�� Out   Bod Olrli ,   Mlnut* by Mlnut*   I Wai Mod* For Lovln' You ....  Do** Your Mother Know    Mama Can't Buy You Lov* ....  '���'���Arm^idddrr.'.'7r,.". .t.  Ain't Lov* a Bitch   Ooodbyt Stranger,.,   R��unlt*d ,..  Getting CloMtr .... >   My Sharona   -wnnmr,   ��W#aWMfHII  Nobody  iiiiMim  SOUND  Sunnycrest Conttc?  Gibsons  886-9111   Suportramp  -. rm i i ���* i��"�� tV, W-iyVi"-, E.L.O. *"���-  .,, ,. .SUter Sledge   ..Rex Smith   Donna Summer   , .RIcklLee Jonei   Orleans   Cheap Trick   John Stewart   Dr. Hook   '"   ,.. ,BsjochBoy��    Randy Vanwarmer   Billy Joel   Jacktont    .Kenny Rogers   ) Bee Oee��   Donna Summer   Dooble Brothers   Klu   Abba   Elton John  , ,,.....,Tr.....;,.T7.Priim ���"   , Rod Stewart   ,,��� Supertromp   Peachei A Herb   Wlnfl*   The Knack  vfw* .*��m.--~ iiw.^.-(s l^.*^ ���-> .r,'.'~='^"yi a-^^M**^ ''^^mmmuK^wgmww^wmF^^w^^;  ,, >, fTwrTyinie   ,.,.. .Doucette  DacK trom his visit to England about the  time this story is in print. We rather  imagine that Dave will want to get busy  firming up his arrangements for the bus  trips to the PNE towards the end of this  month.  Unfortunately at our last meeting before  the summer recess, when you were asked  to sign up for one or other of the days, a  little confusion arose. In order to facilitate  Dave's work as soon as he has recovered  from the inevitable jet-lag, we are asking  all those who wish to take in .Seniors Days  to call in and firm up your registration.  Call Jack Eldred at 885-2357 or Dave  Hayward at 885-9755.  You have the choice of two days this  year. The first, which is a free show will be  held Aug. 22 and will be a three-ring circus. The second a week later, on Aug. 29  features the ever popular Rolf Harris and  there will be an admittance charge of  $1.50. Make Dave happy by giving him a  full load both days.  I would anticipate that very soon.after  his return, Dave may be announcing a  Garden to which I will hasten to get into  the news and shortly we will be advising  you of the first meeting ofthe new season  which will be Sept. 20.  I hope you have all had as happy a  . summer as I am enjoying. This time last  year t was laying in St. Mary's Hospital.  This summer I am enjoying a visit from  my daughter and granddaughters from  Panama. You know, I believe the hospital  was a degree quieter than home.  Our Vial of life supplies are on hand.  Call Secretary Kay at 885-3184 and she will  make arrangements to deliver them to  Superior  ��� COMPLETE  EXHAUSTS  All Makes  & Models  ��� SHOCKS  ��� ROLL BARS  ��� SIDE PIPES  ��� STACKS  ��� RUNNING BOARDS  SING'S EXHAUST PLUS;  NEXT TO WAL-VEN'S AUTO BODY  GIBSONS 886-8213  Second group  at Tsoh-nye  By JAMIE DIXON ���,/  Departure time from Porpoise Bay  wharf was 10:30'a.m., carrying on up the/v  Sechelt Inlet. Fishing and swimming at,.  {Sechelt rapids, fueled up at Bathgate's and  continued journey from Skookumchuck,  Narrows on up through Prince^ of Wales  Reach, showing Tsoh-nye campers some  of the Indian paintings on rock bluffs as we  .  rounded Moorsam's bluffs. ������'[',  We found our way up the next leg, '  Princess Royal Reach and more Indian,[  paintings. ETA 6:30 at Tsoh-nye summer f  camp dock. The traffic was heavy in the  inlets. Various sizes of powercrafts, sail  boats, clippers, fishing vessels, tug boats.  A lot of these pleasure boats were from'  Vancouver, Nanaimo, Victoria, Gibsons,  Egmont,  Seattle,   Washington,  Oregon  coqst, California, Pennsylvania, Hawaii  and Sechelt.  Surprisingly enough, the traffic was  heavy as seas and air traffic was also  heavy with jets, Beavers and choppers.  During thp day we had a picnic, went  canoeing and swimming at Pebbles  Beach. We left at 3:15 p.m. to camp  overnight at one of the first lakes behind  the site. Getting up there at 6 p.m. They  had rations for one week and ate it all in  one night because we didn't want the bears  to get it.  We lost tho biggest trout we've ever  seen and caught six others five centimetres long. Wake up call was at 5 a.m. ,  Wo fished for two hours and caught  nothing. The only ones that caught fish  wore the raccooiiB. >������  We made our way down to canip to Join  the other group Darren and Glen Dixon  July 27, Journeyed up to Queen's Reach  and made our way through the Malibu  rapids, a tour and visit with Mulibu young  life. Continued on up to Fred's fnrm for  lunch and on up to Hunl-cliuri. On our  return trip wo saw the BCFP Malibu  floating: logging camp which Is the only  one we know is. left.  Saw more Indian paintings there and  visited Minnie arid Henry Dray. Before the  slide show, a black bear was treed ond  created quite an excitement for tho  summer campers.  Wo also had a false flro alarm and a  black-out, If I might say so, everybody  was out In a second's tlmo which was  around 0 a.m.  Black-out wator In our fuel, but once  again all under control,  Stay with us you Tsoh-nye renders,  1fo��<M>yr ^  Paul and Edna Joluwwn and family..We ���  also thank tho Totem club for refreshments they supplied for the summer camp  on behalf of the staff and the camp's young  people,  $5 buys you  a share in the  Sunshine Coast  There's a lot of talk about Investing In B.C. About keeping  control of local businesses In the hands of local residents.  Sunshine Coast Credit Union is locally owned and  operated. Serving the financial needs of Sunshine Coast  residents since 1941. Its roots in the community are deep.  You can make sure they grow deeper by investing in  Sunshine Coast Credit Union. Each share is $6. No limit on  the number of shares. No broker's fees. Just come to the  credit union and fill out a simple application form.  Being a shareholder entitles you to vote at shareholders  meetings. Entitles you to a dividend, if declared. (Last  year's was 7%.)  Show your support of the Sunshine Coast! For as little  as $5.  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  *  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  l    _4lm   U_)\J*OC.\J%J       I 4  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  Rockwood Lodge zoning  again to public hearing  PageCV-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 8,1979  HUGH. GARNER OMNIBUS by Hugh  Garner, McGraw-Hill Ryerson 1978, 752  pages, $15.95  Hugh Garner, one of Canada's^greats-  among writers died recently. No "doubt.  avid readers have already tasted of  Garner's fictional fare. In 1963, he won the  Governor General's Award for fiction  after a long career of short stpry, novel  ~andfpTaywriting  One of his best known novels called  "Cabbagetowri" is printed in full in this  HUGH GARNER OMNIBUS. Cab-  bagetown, as it was named by the WASP  community on the "better'-'' side of the  tracks, was home, to the poor, ethnic  groups and a certain number of the  criminal element.  Garner grew up there during" th%  Depression. He began, working.on the  Toronto Star when he was only 16. He  joined the army during the Spanish Civil  ���War and was in the Canadian Navy in the'  Second World War. His wide experiences  are part of his stories and novels.  struggle to live with what nations put upon  them. His stories are often sad, but show  the triump of acceptance and hope in the  face of adversity. '   __   Mhoughi-'CabbagefoWLis sometWffgZ  of a Canadian classic, Garner's later  murder mysteries and his short stories  indicate a sharp perspective on modern  life. In "Violation of the Virgins" he tells  the sage of two school teachej^releasedj)n_  -a-eaiMFip-ifi-Mexieo.  His work has the human touch. His  empathy lies with the common people,  who after all is said and done, must  Georgina,' the younger member and  driver for the older Eulalia, gains far  more out of the experience than her obnoxious fellow traveller. While Eulalia  complains and snoozes her way through  some of Mexico's most" charming little  villages, Georgina dips into its life and  customs with vigor. ���  During the festival of the Fiesta De La  .Violation De Las _Virgens,_Jjeorgina.  joyfully accepts an invitation to go with a  young school inspector to a local  c$lebration7 Her. older companion waits  while the car is repaired. Their stay brings  a new understanding to both womem of  their tormer selves, now cnanged by their  Mexican adventure.  A chilling radio story called "One Mile  of Ice", relates the New Brunswick death  ���of a brother-in-law who freezes toUeath on"  the back of a horse-drawn wagon. The  narrator agonizes over his last sight of the  frozen man slipping helplessly into the  "Tarokeii" ice: ' :~"          The short story "Hunky" which also  was broacast on CBC, shows Garner's  anger at the discrimination often shown  toward one group of immigrants by  another. The small cruelties felt but  turned aside and the unrelenting persecution of one group against another  comes out clearly in "Hunky".  "The Sound of Hollyhocks" is a tale oi  madness. While he shares a room with  another patient in the Pinehills ,Clinic,  young Armstrong learns the meaning'of  true insanity. The anguish of victims of  such tragedies becomes the theme of this  sad -story. Armstrong-s-relief_when-he  finds his problem relatively minor compared to that of his roommate is one that  we can share.  Garner will remain always the master  of fiction, his style no doubt emulated'by  aspiring young writers, but it is a shame  we cannot bestow eternal life to some of  our most creative artists.  The controversial Rockwood Lodge  rezoning will go another round in a second  public hearing soon. Bylaw 146.6,' rezoning  the property on the corner of Shorncliffe  -and-Hwv. 101 from Public Assembly to  ResideTTtianvrTnuslrbe-mcludedTiHTi^  same bylaw creating the RIV zone, Sechelt  village clerk-treasurer Malcolm Shanks  said. >  However, the bylaw creating the RIV  zonefBylaw 146.8 cannot be added to,-so a-  new bylaw must be introduced.,  A special meeting of cpuncil to introduce and give first and second readings  lo the new bylaw was cancelled Friday. It  was hoped the bylaw would be ready for  public nearing by August 22.  In other council news, the volunteers of  the Sechelt Centennial Library, in aletter  to council registered their opposition to  moving the library to a proposed joint-use  facility:  "This library was built as a centennial  project for the village of Sechelt and the  communities of Halfmoon Bay and  Redrooffs. It is therefore a community  -^ndeavor-establishedancLmaintai  the commercial area of the village. Thus  the present location is an ideal site."  The village has already advertised for  tends for tbe sale of the properties on  which the municipal hall and library are  located. r������ ���-���  VOLKERKAEiVsLING/ government licensed  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  i  '*Pre-TreQtment of Buildings Under Construction  * For guaranteed control of Carpenter Ants, Rodents, Skunks and  other Pests,  / ^i-'      <$&]/'  MADEIRA PARK, B.C. ^>\y /P\ 883-2531  at  COWRIE ST.  SECHELT  SEW EASY  885-2725  trust which should not be betrayed by the  village council," the letter said.  "We feel that it is essential that the  library be easily accessible to_thejcore_of  AUG. 7th- 25th  60" Poly-Knits at $198 metre ���Assorted Fabrics 20-40% OFF   �� 10% OFF PATTERNS when purchased with Fabric   ��� Unique Zippers - % price  ^^^^^^^!W^^  4 t  payfor3 * 4  and SeI _ m.  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