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 >J"  eninsula Itmeb  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthams Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek'Selma Park   Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb    Madeira Pdrk   Garden Bay   Irvjines Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Registration No   1142  Phone  885-3231  J.ARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHJNE COAST.  Volume 17 - No. jfc  __2.  CNA  Union (��&����: Label  24 Pages ��� 20c Copy  Wednesday, July 25,1879  Protesters told  500 kv Hydro line goes ahead  "The justification for the line has been  determined,"  Energy minister James  Hewitt said.   ^^'-It-s a govenunentpoUcy^ecisionpFm^  sorry, the decision has been made."  That was the only answer Hewitt offered to protesters of the proposed B.C,  Hydro Cheekye-Dunsmuir v'��00  kilovolt.  transmission line in environment minister  Rafe Mair's office last Thursday.  During the 75-minute meeting, Sunshine Coast and Vancouver Island.  delegates' attemps to elicit commitments  from Mair and Hewitt to hold public  hearings in the communities through  which the proposed line will pass and to  .have the controversial Schaff er _~_  Memorandum on the economic impact of \  the line released were unsuccessful.  "The Times followed the^6~SunshineT  Coast delegates to Victoria and attended !  the-meeting in Mair's-office where,-in-  answer   to   rumors   the   Schaffer  Memorandum concludes the transmission  line would be an economic blunder Mair  said there was "no such evidence."  President of the Pender Harbour  Ratepayers Howie White told Mair and��  Hewitt "the concern over this goes further  than the specific routing of the line over'  Sakinaw Lake," as Vancouver Island  communities were also represented at tbe  meeting.  "I find Mr. Hewitt's statement that the  public never liad awy rj'jht to input ~  "As long as you cannot show us  justification, we (Texada Island people)  don't care whether it (the line) goes over  orarwmd Texada Islandrwe are going tor  fight that line," Carl Rising-Moore said.  Going ahead with the line could create  a "police-state situation", Rising-Moore  added referring to possibile vandalism to  the line.  1 "That's a veiled threat, we don't care to  hear," Mair answered.  He added if the subject of civil  disobedience continued as part of the  discussion, the discussion would -end  immediately.  Concern was expressed that the  government and B.C. Hydro had given  little thought to alternative sources of  energy or energy-saving projects.  "Never navel seen any indication you  are ^willing to put any teeth into those  proposals," the Saltspring Island delegate  said. '  " ^  Also, the energy forecast for Vancouver Island ."must be questioned," she  said, since jirejport from the B.C. Energy,  Commission, who "are not a bunch of wild-  eyed radicals," differs considerably.  NDP-MLA Don Lockstead demanded a  commitment that the route of the transmission line will be re-examined. Hewitt  said the route will be constructed where it  Will cause the least environmental impact,  though "the cost (of constructing the line)  not."  Lockstead said later the existence of  the Schaffer Memorandum was admitted  ^nly^la3t=week~afteT~hl^  questioning of Mair in the House.  Lockstead feels B.C. Hydro and the  provincial government "verified in their  own minds the justification of the line even  before the report was commissioned."  Hj? said the government may consider  "some small change in the routing of the  line."  However, Lockstead said he will  continue to "question in the legislature."  He has written to federal defence minister  Allan MacKinnon requesting negotiations  ^between^B^er-Hydrorthe^provincial-  goverment and MacKinnon to consider,  allowing the route to pass through the  military reserve in Nanoose Bay to  eliminate the line crossing over Texada  Island.  Though some residences would still be  affected, an underwater line would reduce  ''environmental damage on the Sunshine  Coast by half," Lockstead said.  DEMANDS ttjft 4>i>?io  hei-yjgs steps of theXegislative'kssemUy Kit  were denied though A^A^ector Thursday in Victoria. Delegates from  Joe Harrison and lis other Sunshine Vancouver   Island Joined   the  Coast delegates demonstrated on the organized protest.  meet with labor board  apalling." , . ,  White was referring to an earlier.  statement by Hewitt that file public has,  never had any right to provide input on |-  the justification for the liner :  "Because there is no legislation  (allowing public input)  is beside the  point^-White^aidr^I^on't^hinlryou--  should hide behind the letter of the law."  "There never has been a proper vehicle  for public input," Mair said. "I say we are  going to develop a policy on that."  However, he said, it will not "change  the fact that justification of the project has  jbeen proved a year or two ago."      v<t"v  White said the provincial government  wasiaWng a "poor position" in stating the  decision was irreversible on a project not  yet begun.  Site determination is "where we've  hung up," Hewitt said. The government's  concern is placing the line where it will  cause the least environmental impact, he  said. But, he stressed again, the transmission line is definite. "It's a crunch  situation," Hewitt said.  may be more by taking this route."  "We never said we wished to deny the  residents of Vancouver Island their  power," Lockstead said.  ���Butrhe said, Hydro's attitude all along  has been "damned arrogant."  Again requesting the release of the  Schaffer Memorandum, White said, "We  -are-all very suspicious~at^the govettF"  ment's attitude of sitting on that report."  The delegates consider the Schaffer  report the "be-all and end-all," Mair said,  but justificationfor the line was made on  the basis of "many, many reports."  "Open  your  files-show   us  your  justification," Rising-Moore said. -  '< "If you are right, you have nothing to  lose," added NDP environment critic Bob  .Skelly.  Asked who made the decision not to  hold a public hearing requested by the  Environment and Land-Use Committee,  Mair said, "I thought there was no point in  holding a public hearing when justification  was already made."    i  "You are saying government decisions  are irrevocable," Skelly said. "They are  THE JUSTIFICATION for the B.C. Hewitt (front) told protestors. En-  Hydro  Cheekye-Dunsmuir   500   kv vironment Minister Rafe Mair con-  transmission line has been deter- curred.  mined,  energy mininster  Jame  Gibsons council  Lifeguard course available  A meeting at the Labor Relations  Board was set for Monday morning  following a walkout at the Port Mellon mill  last week.  Workers at Canfor's Port Mellon pulp  mill walked off the Job late July, 17 after  internal problems concerning-jnanning  and other grievances "snowballed", CPU  spokesman Dave Gant said1.  Employees are having difficulty getting their earned time off, Gant said, and  the situation climaxed that night when  toolworkers on the late shift ran into  problems with manning.  The workers sat down, wrote their  grievances and presented them to Industrial Relations head Don Macklam who  said ''he would not negotiate as long as the  mill was shut down," Gant said.  With no results from management, the  workers re-started mill operation then  shut it down in a safe and orderly manner,  he said.  The union local was then presented  with a writ requiring their presence at the  Labor Relations Board Thursday morning.  After the discussion Thursday, it was  decided "if we get the mill started by  midnight (Thursday) then we would meet  Monday morning with an officer from the  Labour Relations Board and management  to discuss the grievances," Gant said.  Present at the meeting would be an  LRB officer, Jake Hoist of Canfor Industrial Relations, Art Gruntman, Region  V CUP vice-president and both a  management and union standing committee. ' .    ��    "    ���  Gant said the walkout was not illegal  "at the time". Though Local 1119 rejected  the contract by 57 per cent July 13, the  majority vote of the 18 locals was in favor  of the two-year contract which included  major gainst in pensions.  Gruntman signed the agreement  memorandum accepting the contract  Wednesday morning (July 18), Gant said.  Port Mellon general manager Bill  Hughes said Friday afternoon the mill was  in operation following an agreement  reached in the presence of an LRB officer  that menagement and union representatives would meet Monday morning to  discuss a "list of grievances".  Consider student needs  firstatBowenIsland  School District No. 46 trustees want  Bowen Island to remain within this  district, they told the Boundary Review  Commission in a committee meeting  Thursday, afternoon.  Dr. Ian Houaego, appointed by the  minister of education, research assistant  Peter Grimmet and financial consultant  Dr. Downey were in Gibsons to present  their timeline for approval and clarify tho  school board's position concerning a  possible change in boundaries to include  'Bowen Island within the West Vancouver  School District.  The board had prepared a letter stating  that they preferred to maintain the  present arrangement where they provide  elementary schooling on the Island and  <��PdTM*eJ'79  secondary students go to West Vancouver  but a more equitable financial  arrangement would have to be made to  recompense West Vancouver for the expenses of the students.  The board feels that the major priority  in tho decision should be the educational  needs of the students, followed by the  preference of tho Bowen Island residents.  Tho commttoo will meet with the West  Vancouver School Board this week and the  first of perhaps several public meetings  before the December IS deadline will be  hold on Bowen on September 15,  At tho evening meeting the board approved tho recommendation of the Joint-  Use Commttee that the 170,000 set aside  for tho Roberta Creek community hall-  gymnasium be assigned to the Langdale  gynuvaaium expanse. The langdale  project is able to proved Immediately  while Roberts Creek has to wait for a  referendum In the fall and would not be  able to use the funds allocated ta It thla  year.  FOLLOWING THE Royal Parade of  Fashion featuring the 1070 Sea  Cavalcade Queen contestants, Miss  Arts Centre  The Sunshine Coast Arts Council will be  making Its presence felt again 'with tlie  official opening of tho Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre on tho corner of Trail and Medusa  in Sechelt.  The evening of Friday, August 3 sees a  gala party with Arts Council members,  donors to the building and Invited guests  present. The doors swing open tho next  day for the public to experience the  beginning of a new and vital energy to tlie  Sunshine Coast,  The opening exhibition will feature  paintings by David Bergraff and ceramics  Art* Council to not Ms coocentrMo on  work of the highest qualify and  professionalism, but also to present tlie  exhibitions which Include and Intorest as  many In the community as possible.  Sunnycrest Centre Debbie McDonald  and the rest of the candidates served  refreshments for the audience. Outgoing Queen Melanie Mahlman  crowns the winner July 28 at  Elphinstone Gym. The big night  starts at 8 p.m. with admission $2.80  for adults and $1 for children.  "The best lifeguard course available in  Canada will be held at the Gibsons pool  July 27-29 and August 4-5. This course,  sponsored by the Royal Life Saving  Society, is eligible to anyone 17-or-over  who has already received his 7or,V tier  Bronze Medallion. The Village of Gibsons  has contributed $200 towards this course  which will enable the pool staff to attend  for free. Non-staff members -will be  charged a fee of $50 for 40 hours of intensive training directed by Ted Hopkins,  qualified lifeguard instructor.  According to statistics there are over  4,800 swimmers using the Gibsons pool  each month. There may soon be more need  for professional lifeguards in the community due tojhejncreasing number of,  people using the pooT.  Bluff Area Sewer Project  The bluff is the only area left in Gibsons  that has not yet had proper sewage installed. The work costs in this area are  higher due to the unique topography.  The inspector of municipalities  recently approved the Gibsons "Bluff  area" sewer project and guaranteed the  amount of $390,000.  Investigation  started  ��� Two persons from the ministry of  municipal affairs were in Sechelt Friday  to begin the preliminary Investigation into  allegations of irregularities in Sechelt  council's handling 6f zoning, subdivision  and development proposals.  Municipal Affairs Minister Bill Vander  Zalm ordered tho preliminary investigation July 12 following a meeting  with NDP-MLA Don lockstead regarding  a 27-page letter from tho Sechelt  Ratepayers Association Itemizing these  Irregularities.  Dave Conway and Mrs. Tabor, village  clerk, met with Malcolm Shanks and  Sechelt council Friday morlng and with  SRA chairman Chuck Dowman and  treasurer Ron Slack late in the afternoon.  Beer Garden  The Lions Club is sponsoring the annual  Sea Cavalcade Beer Garden which will  take place in the Gibsons curling arena  August 3-5. As usual there will be a  "policing" service as well as a "drive  home" service.  The profits will go to the community to  help support local projects.  Quiet week  for RCMP  It was a quiet week for the RCMP in  both villages and surrounding areas with -  only a few thefts and break-and-entries  reported.  A Gibsons business was broken into  July 19 and nothing was reported missing.  A man's yellow Hiawatha five-speed bike  was reported stolen July 16 and another  five-speed bike was turned into the Gibsons detachment.  A boy's gold, three-speed CCM bike was  stolen from the Port Mellon mill site. $500  was stolen from a purse on the kitchen  counter In a residence on HUlcrest Aven.  July J4.  ' Weight-lifting equipment valued at $140  was reported stolen from a residence on  Porpoise Bay Rd. July 10. Arson is  suspected in a fire at the community hall  on the waterfront Reserve at 3:30 a.m.,  July40. Approximately $300 damage was  caused.  $400 was caused in a hit-and-run accident at the Sechelt Legion July 19. A crab  trap set In Porpoise Bay was reported  stolen July 16.  Approximately $500 worth of  mechanics tools were stolen In a break-In  to European Motors July 10. The same  day, two mag wheels wero stolen from,  outside a residence on tho waterfront*  reserve.  An outboard motor was reported stolen  from tho northend of Ruby Lake July 15.  The 1968 Johnson three horsepower motor,  maroon with white trim, is valued at  approximately $200.  Progress halted on most village bylaws  Progress on all zoning amendment  bylaws dealt with recently at a public  hearing, except on Bylaw 140.0, was  delayed July 18 until Sechelt village  council hires a planner.  Planning Committee chairman Morgan  Thompson recommended the delay on all  except the bylaw concerning the rezoning  of the Rockwood Lodge* property from  ... ,w w"��Psf##w im w^mtm^mmmm^mm^ -i 9^0 ^^nmmmy^mmmmmmmmm. m W %  tfU% - sMk-<  took a favorable vote cast by Mayor  Harold Nelson to move the rezonings past  second and third readings.  Alderman Larry McDonald voted  against the rezoning saying he was not  satisfied that RIV ls tho "best use for that  proporty."  Alderman Joyce Kolibas also  registered a negative vote because she  said she could not see how tho merging of  traffic from tho proposed apartment block  on to Highway 101 will work.  -Mayor Harold Nelaon wOd he could see  no objection to the rezoning. Complaints  regarding parking on the property  been resolved, he said.  As for the complaint from the school  board about the Increase in traffic at tho  already-congested corner nt Shornoliffo  nnd Highway 101, Nelson said:  "Some day tho Dept. of Highways is  going to do something about that."  Nelson said also ho could see no  problem with rear access to the property  as It was recommended by Doiy Roy.  Asked later how the property couid bo  rmomd te RIVr when the bytaw creating  an MV zone had been delayed, Thompson  said tho ministry of municipal affairs  would not approve the creation of an RIV  zone unless "we had something to put in  it." -,-;���:  The Peninsula Times  ,<"'������" IH tn . i  Wednesday, July 25,1979  ammmfmmmim^m^mimm^mmmr - -  ���     .**��*.�� *  ��* -_  H   w^ H SmiS  "NRO, BOX 310, SECHELT Phone: 885-3231  "���"."������''"��� .��� ��� '  t ��� JHfefefe Parke* i- Acting Editor .'-...        ftaryie McCracken - Manager  < - Heiy^.l'Aicker -.Rcpptter/Photograpber     Helen. Tatker .- Advertising Sales  ��� '''jfennlftr rtinde - Darkroom Technician     Maty Puchahkl - Advertising  Judy Fitzgerald - Office Manager  Token audience allowed  The long trek over to Victoria by  the 16 Sunshine Coast delegates to  protest the proposed Cheekye-  Dunsmuir 500 kilovolt transmission  line only established more clearly in  7oiuv_7mMds^that^thoughXa^tokenn  audience was granted with Environment Minister Rafe Mair and  Energy Minister Jim Hewitt, the  provincial government will not give  an inch.  "The justification for the line has  been determined," was a sentence  repeated too many times without the  proof requested to back it up for us,  not to believe it was a sentence  practiced a number of times before  the meeting.  And refusals to release the  Schaffer. memorandum and unsuccessful attempts to lightly pass  v;Over-rits -existence--(the���Schaffer--  what?) only stoked the fires Qf the  delegates' belief the memorandum is  worth more than the paper it is  written on.  Hewitt's remark the public never  had any right to provide input is one ���  he probably kicked himself for the  next morning.  It seems to have been an unwritten  rule all along in this fight against the.  transmission line that no matter how  much or how well the public argues  against it, no matter how justified  these arguments may be, the public  does not have any input at all.  As much as everybody is fighting  against the realization of this, nobody  JikesJ^be4��hijaMJHe^UuM:w!^  the'rule ��� which only served to more  incense the delegates to prove him  wrong. ;  The ministers missed the point of  the meeting entirely. That was  evident when Mair said the coast  delegates were against tlie line  because it was passing by their front  doors.  -^ Those attending the meeting to  register protest besides our MLA Don  Lockstead and delegates were NDP  environment critic- Bob Skelly  (Alberni), NDP-MLA Chris D'Arcy  (Rowland-Trail) and delegates from  Texada, Lasqueti, Nelson and Salt-  spring Islands, Cowichan Valley and  Errington.  The hours on the ferries and buses  to and from Victoria were not in vain.  Each side knows where the other  stands, even if it's still on opposite  sides of the fence.  And the children who accompanied the delegates had a  chance to see the buildings which  house the legislative assembly where  the opinions of the people are so justly  upheld.  Naturalises  cornqr  ��� ��� ���  V^-"7  Readers' Rights  By ALISON WATT, Park Naturalist  Porpoise Bay Provincial Park .  THE SALT MARSH BLUES     '  I remember seeing my.first Great blue  heron when I was a small girl staying at a  cabin on Gabriola Island. My friend and I  spotted its.solid, unmoving form on the  beach about 100 yards away from us.  Silently we crept closer and closer,  peering at this strange creature curiously.  I was a little frightened of it by the time we  were about lOfeet away; He.was so still  except for a few long feathers on its breast  which were moving in the light wind.  ,,And very alive, were'the jewel-like  yellow eyes staring fixedly at the sea. All  at once the heron seemed to give himself a  slight push with his stilt-like legs and with  agentle, slow flap of his enormous wings  Jandjiragging,his:^anglyJee.tJ^hMJmi  he flew off over, the bay. My spine tingled  at the sound of his call, which I imagined  at the time to resemble the call of some  prehistoric flying reptile.  Herons are notso bloodchilling to me  now: As a birdwatcher I have discovered  that they are very shy and that their  motionless stance is usually a hunting  position: Though the heron looks disinterested it takes only the rippling of a fish  through the shallows to summon the  lightning reflexes which have made the  bird one of the most efficient killers of the  marsh7  The herons' hunting technique is to  stalk through the shallows, ready to strike  with its pick-axe of a bill. So successful is  _thls methodthaLanglers usedjtojnifajat_  B.C. Hydro answers editorial  /  Editor, The Times:  Your editorial of 11 July ended with a  paragraph: "Now maybe Hydro in all  honesty will tell us if Area A dir. Joe  Harrison is right ��� that the long range  plan is to sell Vl-produced nuclear power  months ago by a well-known opponent to  the plan of augmenting the energy supply  to Vancouver Island by the 500 kv transmission line and I then commented upon  it as follows:  "Someone has  suggested  that the  -tfrtheBonncvillo grid4r^Washag&n^&ate���piifpose^f-4he-^^  ajnuclear  with a capacity of 2 million kilowatts to  assume the bulk of the Vancouver Island  load and to use the existing submarine  cables to transmit the balance of the  capacity back to the mainland. There is no  need for a new 500,000 volt circuit to justify'  is^wroTig^vfoG^flydra  via the C-D line in order to pay Hydro's  debts." ���"  The short answer to that is that Area A  Director Joe HarrJsonJs-wrQne^^,    ���The-idea -that the Cheekye^Dimsmuir-  line was planned to permit a nuclear plant  on Vancouver Island was suggested many  from the bird on to their bait, in the belief  that the herons' feet and legs put out a  special oil which had the power of attracting a fish. In fact, the bird has no need  of mysterious oils, for it has something  just as effective . .. endless patience.  The other morning, at a low tide, there  were no less than 20 Great blue herons  hunting in the salt marshes at the head of  the inlet. Though this is a rare occurence,  from my observations, we are fortunate to  have some of the best heron habitat on the  eoast, ��� "������  7   ���������  circuit from the mainland was to enable  Hydro to build a nuclear plant on Vancouver Island and ship the power back to  7the_mainland.._Whatever may be the  merits of a nuclearplan. this suggestion is  nonsense. If a nuclear plan had been acceptable it could have been built years ago  That comment applies as much today  as it did then.  Charles W.Nash  Vice^resident  B.C. Hydro  Corporate Affairs  I will be leading a bird watch at the  Sechelt Marsh on Monday morning at 9:00  a.m.; perhaps we'll see some herons.  Don't forget our special events  -weekend Atthe Park on the 28th and 29th!  The treasure hunt at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday  is for 8,9, and 10 year olds only.  Editor, The Times:  In your issue of Wednesday, 11 July,  you carried a letter by Mr. Joe Harrison,  Director, Sunshine Coast Regional  District. You readers may have become  confused with the many statements, many  of them inaccurate, which have appeared  during the past few months. Mr.  Harrison's letter contains statements that  are, to be blunt, not factual.     ,  Mr. Harrison: "The facts are that  Hydro owes just under 5 billion dollars on  our behalf. To pay it back we have to  export electricity to the United States and  Ignore the environmental and health costs  here at home."  Fact: Hydro's debt is a mortgage  secured by productive assets repaid out of  revenue in the same manner as in other  commercial corporations. The fact that  the utility industry generally requires  much capital reflects the very nature of  the business.  Borrowing for productive plant which  has characteristically long life also means  that the current generation of users ls not  required to pay its total cost which is  spread over the entire life of the asset.  While revenue from the export sale of  surplus energy is of direct benefit to  Hydro's customers it is not essential for  the repayment of debt.  Environmental and health costs are of  serious concern and are considered in all  Hydro's energy planning.  Mr. Harrison: "The export power will  come from the High Revelstoke Dam,  Peace River Site C, Hat Creek coal, and  three nuclear reactors on Vancouver  Island."  Pact: There has yet been no decision on  Site C or Hat Creek coal arid far from any  plan on nuclear power. The reference to  The Peninsula^a**^  Published Wednesdays al Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Count ���  by  The Peninsula Times,  lor Westpres Publications Lid.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Box .310��� Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  Phone 885-3231  Office hours: 8:30,11,111,  to 5 p.m. Tues.-Sat.  Subscription Hates: (in advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., SK). Overseas $| I;  CoHtrihutors:  Div. 7, Sechelt lileiiientnry  Robert Foxall  Vern Giesbrecht   -  Dennis Grity  Maurice Hemstreet  Jpnnle Norton  Murrlc Kcdmuti '  Bruce Robinson  Guy Syn.bi.ils  Mrirlon Aisngcr  Peggy Connor  Doris Hdwardson  Mary Tlnkley-Shannon  \  three  nuclear reactors  on Vancouver  Island is unfounded.  Mr. Harrison:. "Hydro's Vancouver  Island Power Supply Study proposed six  alternative timetables for nuclear reactors to 1996." '  Fact: Mr. Harrison has either misread,  misunderstood or mininterpreted the text  "'of':^er;'study^wWch~setS"^Ui^~^eral^-  alternatives with which to compare that of  supplying Vancouver Island's electricity  needs by transmission. Section 6.4 of the  study says "This comparison shows that  the proposed 500 kV Cheekye-Dunsmuir  transmission project is definitely the most  economic plan for future power supply to  Vancouver Island at all discount rates  below 16 pet., with the possible exception  of Plan B". The plan B alternative is  contingent upon nuclear reactors by 1996  and the report concludes that this is not  favored.  Mr. Harrison: "The sites have been  chosen (nuclear plants)."  Fact; No site has been chosen. There is  no plan for nuclear generation.  Mr. Harrison: "The truth is that the  Island's needs can be met from alternate  sources at less cost."  Fact: The supply of Vancouver Island  electricity needs by transmission from the  mainland is the most economic means and  ls the least disruptive to the invironment.  Mr. Harrison's statement is simply' not  true. Alternate sources are more expensive and have higher environmental  costs/The use of wood waste ls already  being planned to Its maximum economic  limit by the forest industry. It can amount  to only a fraction of future power heeds.  Charles W.Nash  Vice-President  B.C. Hydro  Corporate Affairs  NcWs. Views  A 33 mm camera cannot bite  By HELEN PARKER  It was with nostalgia I read John  Burnside's column Musings concerning  his introduction to the camera. I also  ineverHearnedwttt-1976-that=a^5^mm-  camera does not bite arid, managing to  avoid even an Instamatic until then, the  simple task of loading a cassette seemed  insurmountable.  But it was a matter of learn or die when  we were shoved into an inventilated,  smelly darkroom the size of a closet and  ordered to stay until that film was on the  reel. It was that or risk the humility of an  exposed three-foot length of film.  Those first few hours took us through  everything we thought we needed to know  about newspaper photography. Soon' we  were so blase about it all our' conversations were taking a turn into such  deep subjects as me ethics of taking accident pictures and "what would you do If  you were first at the scene of an accident?" Take a picture or help?  We definitely were hard to live with.  Our instruction was so intense, we lived  and breathed newspapers for two years.  For some reason, the Instructors of our  academic subjects expected more from  us, but to help us they went out of their way  to find even the vaguest essay topic that  would relate to journalism.  "Right to light  95  Editor, The Times;  The Canadian Red Cross Society would  like to take this opportunity of extending to  tho citizens in tho area of Gibsons, Roberts  Creek and Secholt, a sincere thank ypu for  their contribution to our Society,  Under the leadership of Mrs. Lynne  Brandys, Campaign Chairperson, and  aided by her husband John and children  Michael and Susan, plus all hor other  helpers, the campaign total to date  reached $1,090.09. For a person putting on  tholr first campaign, Mrs. Brandys  deserves a "pat on tho back" for ajob done  exceptionally wolll This contribution will  go a long way in helping the Canadian Red  Cross Society In alleviating suffering here  and also throughout the world.  Our help la needed now more than ever  and the Canadian Red Cross Society Is  appreciative to all residents in the  Bftjwmentioned inroi fir helpinrtw to  'help others'-leas fortunate,  Thank you again, Citizens I  Zarlna Daya  Director, Financial Resources  B.C.-Yukon Division  By ANTOINETTE HALBERSTADT  Preventing B.C. Hydro's proposed 500  KW transmission line from Cheekye to  Dunsmulr, is still the objective of the B.C.  Energy Coalition (BCEC) which met in  Sooke recently. They propose a greater  promotion of the "soft" energy  technologies as the alternative.  The conference, comprising numerous  citizen and environmental groups from  around the province, Including from  Qualicum District and Lasqueti Island,  called for a public hearing into the need for  this line, noting that "it appeared likely  that Hydro's projections of the future  energy needs for Vancouver Island were  neither accurate nor adequately justified.  Last year after a long campaign by  Lasqueti Islanders when Hydro said that it  was imperative that the high-voltage lines  cross their island, Hydro announced that  alternative routes were, after all, possible.  The BCEC was born during the latter part  of the Lasqueti Islanders' campaign,  which spurred other energy-conscious  groups to pool their resources and support  one another,  The concept of a "right-to-llght la\V"  came out of one of the conferenbe  workshops, which urged the government  to give tax-credit incentives for solar  energy projects, They also discussed the  advantages of other "soft" technologies,  (small-scale projects using renewable  resources).  INDUSTRY  Applying these technologies to the  Industrial sector, tho coalition ls lobbying  for changes In tho pulp mills so that hog  fuel, "which la recognized available  energy source" be utilised to both heat the  buildings and to generate extra electricity.  In a brief to the B.C. Energy Commission, they recommended that Swedish  and U.S. forest conservation practises bo  studted-atid tltat B.���r ^Incorporater  wherever possible, the sound management  policies developed by these countries",  especially In the light of the "highly unstable and unpredictable" sources and  prlco of traditional fuel,  They demanded that the B.C. Energy  Commission "initiate some serious studies  of conservation alternatives," including  providing real incentives to the forest  industry to become energy self-sufficient.  The coalition, whose local group was  represented by Ton! Bacon and Ian  MacDonald, plans another conference m  ��� the fall at which a white paper series of  recommendations for a provincial energy  policy will be considered prior to submission to the B.C. government.  After the first month, none of us could  pick'up a newspaper without analysing it  from Its half-tones, duo-tone down to its  typefaces. As for its lay-out, well, it could  -have utilizedits whitespace better.-   _  At college pub nights, we danced and  drank together. We lived together, hit the  town together. We never did anything  without each other ��� until the second  year.  A few dropped out. We began as a group  of 25, supposedly the cream of more than  125 applicants, and ended two years later  as 18 individuals.  The tension started in the second year.  Competition surfaced and, oddly enough,  all the men in the class began to resemble  our journalism coordinator. Occasional  smokers became chain smokers and we  nonsmokers who never really minded  before demanded enforcement of the  nonsmoking rule.  We were like the family who lived In a  shoe, but the lace broke and we all came  spilling out.  We all can spot a Langara J-student. In  fact, I picked one out in Rafe Main's office  the other day. It was the one oblivious to  her surroundings as she scribbled that  Illegible half-writing, half-shorthand  scrawl we all ended up with after skipping  too many shorthand classes. I think we  were almost insufferable.  Special Days at  Porpoise Park  . 7��itoviriciaI$Park3 announce mis  weekend will be Special Events Days in  Porpoise Bay Park.  The events are to provide an opportunity for BC residents and visitors to  participate and develop a better understanding and appreciation of the Parks  system and its programs.  Saturday programs are at Porpoise  Bay Park picnic area.  1 p.m. ��� Reading the Woods ��� A  treasure hunt involving tree and cone  identification, shell identification, and  plant identification.  6 p.ni ��� Craft and Cultural display by  Sechelt Indian Band (To be held inside  Park Headquarters If weather is inclement).  8 p.m. ��� A talk by a Sechelt Indian  Band member.  Sunday programs are at Park  Headquarters, Porpoise Bay: .   v-  10 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m.:  ���Hour long conducted tour through the  Headquarters,  ���Demonstration of park furniture and  sign design.  ���A discussion on problem animals  (such as bears and cougars ��� precaution  Should be taken with these animals).  ���A display of tools and equipment in  parks.  8 p.m. ��� Historical talk on human  history of the Sunshine Coast.  ,-������*:,:������'  '"���f li.'Jiv  _��� U ls;.i;liW.'^.':>HHi;i!..i!t��.,.;H>i,i.;  ���*;-7*::7-  "  '" ' "y$&fi!^ ' f >*S^'#^ l....t.(3.,.,l..,.Rl,tM,   y<:> '/h:: ' '''��� ���'::���, 7,;"'V;;';' ^'wstf:!^' ';.;$i|li?p^  ���' , vM!,i.*i!iii!i||i!|yi iq|  ill  liiitltilliiitlP  "Beset by this crisis.,. people should try to takeno unnecessarytrip^ use cal poofs or public  transportation whenever you can, park your car one extrja day per week, obey the speed limit, and  set your thermostats to save fuel... there la absolutely no way to avoid sacrifice. "���President Carter  r dci  ^frfl^gsmgfr  Hie Peninsula Times  Page A-3  Prices effective July 25-28  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  We reserve the right to limit quantities.  no  purchase  necessary  in cash  chuck blade  steak  bone in  $119  frozen  $109  cry-o-vac  ib.dk  "\Of\ i    *tc,    JJi-      i   - ,-��>r.;-j J>V    1 '\      ,1   �����!>  ft '    V  ' I       >:    I  VG>J  gov't inspected, gr. A beef,  chuck cross  rib roast bonei���  gov't inspected Schneiders, sliced ^a^ ^m   ^^sv  side bacon *p | WJ  Country Maple or Kiss of Orange ��� ���. Ib. ������ ���  gov't Inspected, Now Zealand,  previously frozen  sirloin steaks  boneless       gov't inspected, Schneiders  bucket of chicken  9 pieces, 2 Ib. bucket   gov't Inspected, New Zealand,  previously frozen  strip loin steaks  bone less   B.C. SALMON  nCDDV WORLD'S  ro..^5%A*k.'ra UfcrfDi LARGEST  SUR��J��U ^ july 1ST-SEPT. 3 79  EXPORTS  gov't Inspected, Wiltshire, frozen  sausages  pork, beef, dinner  or skinless  iSfllMi  A  a total of over  $&? nnnoo  won in gold and prizes  FULL DETAILS AT YOUR SUPERVALU  IDHWP'  SHOPPING CART DERBY  JUNE 26TH-SEPT. 3RD 79  a total $00 nnnoo  Of Over    1kthJflJ\lf\Jm in prizes  FULL DETAILS AT YOUR SUPERVALU STORE.  Sup��iVa1u  macaroni &  cheese  206g pkg   TsT/      JLa  Capri  bathroom  tissue  4 roll pack .'..'..  Aylmer, fancy  juice  Itr tin  10  California, Canada no. 1  green grapes  Oven Fresh  chuckwagon  bread  16 oz. loaves   Golden Ripe  bananas  4lbs.,..   Oven Fresh  cinnamon buns  pkg. of 6 ..          Canada #1, local grown  hot house  tomatoes          tb.  Weston's  meto bran bread  24oz.loof   SuperValu, medium  Cheddar  cheese  Mrs. Wlllman's  berry  cups  Squirrel, smooth or crunchy  peanut butter  1.5 kg.,..       6s  Foremost, all flavors  ice milk  SuperValu  bread dough  I   white or  J    80% w.w.  pkg. of 5  WiV|.',i:"i!"yr"W"i".'.i,i'^i  mmmmm  VMM*  I V Vfy  7,. -W,;.,,���.: i^^.^il,-^^  ���'���' ,;,v v;;\f0y''':''{  Kraft, Parkay  99  3 Ib. pkg. PageA-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 25, im  y.  ���>-,   HaHmoon Bay happenings  Access hazard  By;;Mary,Tinklevi 885#479  Gibsons glimpses  Successful s  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  SUCCESSFUL SHOW  7., The Royal Parade of Fashion featuring  ttjel979 Sea Cavalcade Queen Candidates  ^)uj^=^H,<>ut;^��he-~g^^  smashing in the various outfits they  modelled, everything from lingerie to  sportswear and afternoon dresses and  eyening gowns. Fashions were provided  fjjom Helen's Fashions, Attic Boutique,  Groddards Fashion Center, Richard's.Mens  Wear, Cactus Flower and Todd's  Children's,Wean . ,_  7" The childrens' fashions were modelled  byJSfiki - Campbell, -Athena Wallinder,  ^elanie-Thompson^-David Reeves-and  JlilleMacedo. They were a delight to  wpich and ever-so-cute. I heard that the  |oys had to be bribed to do this little job,  -ffut-theyr���certalnly-'came" through"  beautifully.. Julie Macedo says there's  lathing to it, this is her second year in  -modelfingf orJheSea Cavalcade and she is  letting to be a "pro".  | The two young men, John McConnell  and Rick Lawson were the perfect choice  Ihd their fashions most certainly complemented the girls with whom they  pnodelled, we were told that John is very  Interested in a career in modelling and has  already taken one course towards his goal,  fttrs. Marguerite Campbell was at her  best, Marguerite was one of our favorites  last year, but was accompanied by a new  male model, Russ Baker who did a great  -fok-Maybe he she  the materials.  Kathleen Atkinson, who modelled the  maternity fashions, will be having her  baby^August 23 and we wish her all the  best. Denise Lawson, "thTbrTde" looked  gorgeous in her finery and Rick, you were  a handsome groom.  Jennifer Thompson, co-ordinator of the  fashion show did a fantastic job of putting  it all together again this year and we know  what a lot of time and effort it takes to  organize this event, many thanks Jenny.  We feel that all the queen candidates did  an excellent job of modelling and the panel  of judges are going to have a hard time to  decide who was the best!  Door prize winners were Ken McDonald, dinner for two at the Bonniebrook  Lodge, Denise Kennett, a gift certificate  from the Attic Boutique, Allison received a  gift from Douglas Variety, Pam Suveges,  a dinner for two at Mr. Mike's, Link  Hardware's gift certificate went to Val  Bailey, Jennifer Dixon won the gift certificate from Richard's Men's Wear,  Rosemary Lawson's gift is from T.J.  Sound, Lorraine Goddard won a dinner for  two at the Omega donated by Gibsons  Realty and Lori Thibault won a gift from  Western Drugs.  BOWEN ISLAND  , About 20 members from the Bowen  Island Legion were visiting Branch 109  this Saturday, July 21 and they played  some interclub games in Pool, Shuf-  iss mills  ��� iri1��  fleboard and Darts. Everyone had a fun  time.  MISS VANCOUVER PAGEANT _  chaperone attended.the Miss Vancouver  Pageant last weekend at the Bayshore Inn  where they saw Darcee Feenie crowned.  The runner-up was Marie Jeanne Le, Miss  Congeniality was: Linda Bristow; All the  candidates performed Individually in the  talent category and we certainly did see  and hear some excellent performances in  the   singing,   dancing   and   acting  categories; "' 7 ""'"  Melanie attended some events t, at  English Bay unofficially and particularly  enjoyed the exciting aerobatic show and  _the _gorge_Qus_ fireworks, display. JThese  events are in connection with the Vancouver Sea Festival which is on from July  14-22.  HOLIDAY        '      ]  Gladdy and Bill Davis and Agnes and  Larry Labonte have just returned from a  one-week holiday in the Okanagan area*.  They motored to Kamloops where they  visited with friends then went on to Vernon, sSalmon Arm and Penticton. They said  the weather was great, not too hot and they  enjoyed the beaches and got in on some  good fresh fruit and vegetables.  NURSE VISITS MUM  Barbara Roberts has her L.P.N. and is  aployed at the Uens-Gate-Hospital-  North Vancouver. Barb studied at V.V.I,  and after a year of apprenticing she will  return to studies and get her R.N. Barbara  is a graduate of Elphinstone Secondary  school She is spending a couple of days  REDROOFFS BOAT RAMP  At a meeting of the directors of Area B  Ratepayers' Association held on July 16,  grave concern was expressed about the  safety hazard of the access road to the  boat-launching ramp at Coopers? Green.  The directors felt that with the type of two-  way traffic at present using the road ahd  considering the steepness of the approach  to Redrooffs Road, it was just a matter of  time before a serious accident occurred. It  was agreed to press the Regional Board  for the opening of the right-of-way across  Coopers' Green so that a one-way road,  could be established for access to and from  the ramp.  around Bertha Rock and Merry Island was  '. dotted with small boats. It was not only the  perfect summer morning which had  , brought so many fishermen out to try their  luck, but this day was the one when  Redrooffs fishermen were competing in  the fishing derby of the Redrooffs Beach  and Country Club. Each one hoped to catch  the fish that would win for him the  t covetted Stoker Cup. Quite a number of  salmon were weighed in at the Wendy  MacDonald beach but it was Peter  Bogardus who Won the Stoker Cup with his  6% pound salmon. Pam McAllister won a  handsome fish steamer for the largest  salmon caught by a lady and John Dalton  yeafs-rad^fider-xlassi,' Chrisay "McPherson entered the largest salmon and  Robbie McPherson the largest fish. In the  six-and-under class, Sarah MacRae  landed a cod almost as big as herself.  Convening,the contest and presenting  the prizes was Robbie McPherson,  grandson of the late H.B. Stoker who  {"presented the trophy to the Redrooffs  ('Beach ahd Country Club in 1935.  HERE AND THERE  /_.. Pat Ness has been enjoying a visit with  /her three grandchildren, Pam, Shelley and  /Debbie from Powell River, who visited the  -bay with-their mother,-Beverley Silvey.-  r On the sick list is Janet Allen,, who is  undergoing tests in St. .Mary's Hospital.  A child's jacket, red with blue stripes  was leftTreHncTaT the Country Fair at  '. Halfmoon Bay on July 14. The owner can  claim the jacket by phoning Donna Perry  at 885-3742.  Use'Times' Adbriefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc,  visiting her mother, Jean Roberts.  IN HOSPITAL  Sorry to hear that John Topham and  Des Plourde are laid up, hope they are  feeling much better and will be out of'  hospital soon.  SECOND BEACH  For those who haven't been to Stanley  Park lately, we were told that Second  Beach has a fabulous playground for big  kids and little ones, table tennis, swings,  fire-engine and board hockey, a super  place for family picnidng.  LOCAL PAGEANT  Don't forget the Sea Cavalcade Queen  Pageant which will be taking place en  Saturday, July 28 at 8 p.m. in the  Elphinstone Gym. There will be entertainment and Queen talent participation  and the grande finale of seeing the 197940'  Sea Cavalcade Queen crowned. Admission  at the door, adults $2.50, children $1.  LOCALS RETURN  Don and Gladys Elson; Judy and Keith  1 Frampton and Alex ahd Carol Skytte have  just returned from a most enjoyable  camping holiday at Osoyoos and  Okanagan Lake. Gladys tejls me that they  also had the-pleasure of seeing Bill and  Bonnie Nimmo who were also camping  there at the same time, the Nlmmos live at  Ft. Nelson. Len and Joey Reltlo were there  too, they now reside in Prince George.  "\  Have something laying  around your house  you'd like to get rid of?  ADVERTISE IN  The Peninsula  8854231    '  dropoff  centre  for  classifieds  SUNCOAST  AGENCIES LTD.  Sunnycrest Centre,  Olbsons  ^���JB  HAjU^p^JBAyjiEAgOTS _.       _ jfr: won a fish box for his entry. InVt^eVi  "^^WeAYsociationiua'recelv<fd a mffiiWr- ^--i=������a=���--=��� -������=*----- - ^-~-  "-^-~  of complaints about the state of the  beaches at Halfmoon Bay where bark  from the booming grounds is eight to 12  inches deep, creating an unpleasant smell  in hot weather and creating hazards for  boating. The Association had written a  number of letters to Victoria on the  matter,' but so far had not found any1  -department prepared Jo accept respoiir  IslbilityJor getting the problem cleaned up(  It seems that booming grounds arje,  'nobody's baby. The complaint would now!  be referred to Ray Skelly in Ottawa. ��\  ���There  was discussion-about-the  Regional Board's plan to hold a referendum on whether Areas B and C would be  prepared to share financial responsibility  -fof"the Secfielt7ATeirifrrnnii��R;ussto^thls~  matter with residents of Area B, tn��  directors could find no support for the-!  proposal, and  therefore . considered  a  referendum unnecessary and a waste of  the public's money.  TRAPPING  A communication from the Conservation Officer, Jamie Stephen, advised  the association that in consideration of its  expressed objections to trapping in  residential areas within Area B, suctf  trapping would be eliminated in future.  , The policy, he,said, would not extend  trapping necessitated for the removal of  "nuisance wildlife" in which cases, traps  would be set by the Fish and Wildlife  JBranch persohneLat theicdiscretion.   The-annual general- meeting-of-the���  Association is set for Monday, September  24 at the'Welcome Beach Hall at 7.30 p.m;  Appointed to the Nominations Committee  are Alex Ellis and Vince Shannon, who will  nominate ' three  directors  to fill  the  vacancies caused by the expiry of the  terms of Percy Partriquin, Gretle Gair  and Al Lawson.   FIREMEN'S C'O^JVeStION-',>,',    '"'.''  Gerry Berthelet and Jim Nygard, two  members of the Halfmoon Bay Volunteer  Fire Department, accompanied by their  wives Hazel and Marj, were in Surrey for  the weekend of July 13-15 to attend the���  Firemen's Convention held at the Sullivan  number 9 Firehall near Cloverdale. Attending the convention were 86 volunteer  firemen from 27 stations all over B.C.  Friday ,night was a "get acquainted" ^  social gathering, but Saturday and Sunday I  were packed With speeches and demonstrations to bring the firemen up-to-date  with all that was new in fire-fighting.  Among the speakers were the new  Commissioner for Fire for B.C. and a  doctor who spoke on the latest in  emergency procedures. The firemen were  deeply impressed with a speaker sponsored by an underwriters' association who  told them that one out of every four fires Is  started by arson. There were demonstrations of safety equipment, of an up-to  date mobile unit and apparatus for getting  people out of wrecked cars. They were  able to examine the perfectly equipped  ambulance and saw an interesting  demonstration of the 100-foot ladder truck  which operates hydraullcally. There was a  forum which gave the firemen the opportunity of asking questions and  d|scussing problems.  For the Saturday evening program, a  bus tour had been arranged, mainly for the  benefit of the firemen from other parts of  B.C., but for Gerrie and Jim It proved to be  something of a busman's holiday, for they  found themselves at Horseshoe Bay!  However, they enjoyed crossing Burrard  Inlet in the Sea Bus and touring the North  Shore as far a Deep Cove,  It was, says Gerry, a most interesting  convention and he and Jim have returned  home filled with enthusiasm and with  many new wonders to relate to their fellow  firemen.  PETER nORGARDUS WINS,  On the morning of July 15, the sea  UET U5 MAKE  YOURWEDDIMG  .-  fl.PICTURE  OFBEaClTY... 7  We can turn your wedding  dreams into reality with  flowers arranged just .1or  your tastes, your -style.  Carry an unforgettable bouquet  We'll create exactly the effect you want.  Enhance your maids' gowns  WeHfake care with each floral design.  Distinguished floral Boutonnleres  W^vfla>flrle!yJiarjhekgroom-to-choo8e.-  Corsages for those special guests  We'll make each one delight the eye.  Classic ideas for the church  We'll fashion a memorable decor.  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IGA  LIQUID BLEACH m���,  IGA, Blue Powdered  DETERGENT Poly, 6 Litre       ...    1  Colgate, MFP, Regular, Wlnterfresh -.<-*��  TOOTHPASTE .00 m. $109  Palmollve  LIQUID DETERGENT 34��.        *139  Cashmere, Assorted  TISSUE m 89��  IGA Kitchen  GARBAGE BAGS 20x22", 12s 49��  IGA Heavy Gauge *__.-**  GARBAGE BAGS ��,. $168  IGA Heavy Gauge  GARBAGE BAGS ...  89c  /  uU' ^eoftf  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park#>883-9100  |^M^^^jw^��(��^��*WifJ  JMiKirsVi *^:'X.-.^iiWji,vi1ii.!S(.j, H& r^/^^m'ii^i^^i"^ ij��ti��.*����w as  WE RBSRRVR THB RIOHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES"  I Prices effective July 28*28  i * ' ' "\.  Sechelt notes  Gallery for oil  by Peggy Connor 885-9347  That is exactly what the new Sunshine  Coast Art Centre wHs built for ��� for  everyone to take part one way or another,  even if It is just as a viewer.  ' If you paint, draw, sculpt, etc., do  ceramics, pottery or any art form at all,  mail your name and address to Mr. Burrill  Schwartz, RR 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  This is simply so that the Arts Council  will have a good idea of how many artists  of one kind or another are in this area.. As  the council is planning a very diversified  program this will allow it to be done with  greater effectiveness. The fact you  perhaps feel your work is not good enough  is no reason to hold back, let others be the  ^udge^tis_surprising-how_oUb!erent"one's_  work looks when seen in comparison with  others.     -    - r-     v  The gallery is to be representative of  people with a series of one-man shows,  group showings and bringing in the work  of well-known artists.  .   \  ., Those who have discovered the joy of  painting have also learned what to look for  when viewing artworks^ with _greater  appreciation ancTwith their enthusiasm^  have encouraged their friends to experience a like joy.'  This is not just for visual arts, performing artists are to be included. As in  the past when the Arts Council has  sponsored artists at the tarter auditoriums  JnJBie spools, tt��r^isr^om7for7amaller~  concerts in the new building.  Watch for the opening plans August 4  and from then on once again there will be a  place, to take your visitors.  Having your nameon file will let it be  known how many qf each kind of artists  there are in each field and where .the  greatest interest lies and what areas need  to be encouraged.  VISITORS  The late Maxine McNeil's daughter  Sandy and her husband Reg.Rust, along  with their family of Laurie, Tammy, Joan  and Terry, have been'visiting the Selma  Park area. They are renewing old friendships with Dorothy Goeson while they are  here to work on their house. They are here  from.Calgary, Alberta.  SECHELT MAY QUEEN  ���Invitatioivforthe SecheltMay Queerrto���  participate in the Vancouver Sea Festival  posed a bit of a problem with the May  Queen Lisa Blackwell and first princess  Eileen McKibbin, both away on Saturday,  July 21. Second Princess Lavonne Junes  thus had the honor of representing Sechelt.  Attending the parade with the princess  was Dorothy Goeson.  ERROR IN NYGREN-McKAY  WEDDING  ���   The error was not in the wedding but in  the write-up. While everyone is wondering  who actually did make' those beautiful  bridal bouquets, the correct name is Jean  Kuerpeg of Ann Lynn's Flowers and Gifts.  ' While on the wedding, Sylvia Blackwell  was the artistic decorator with the glass  -swans-set-m-^with-her^first-try-at^this^  dusky-rose color which so beautifully  blended with the dresses of the bridal  party.  Wednesday, July 25,109  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  ASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-year guarantee on washer transmission,  Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  S^fc-^S^ NEW HOURS I  OPEN ALL HOUDAYS S  9-6 P.M.  MONDAY-SATURDAY. 9 A.M. - 9  SUNDAY, 9 A.M.-6 P.M.  HOLIDAY MARKET  fi     Madeira Park 8S3-2524    *  T Mm-liJl    3S'_%trict ^  DOUG AND DEBBIE Fielding.  ���Harvie McCracken photo  First vows exchanged  in St. Andrew's Church  NOTICE  The Corporation of The Village  .    , of Sechelt  vSaAei* j*&*  ^-^.>/"^AJs&^~r i ��-������     , &   - - U,\   *A'>a.* *-      * *" <��� *&?.  PENALTIES DN SECHELT TAXES  JULY 31 st, 1979 is the last day for payment of 1979 Property Taxes,  without penalty.  Percentage additions will be added to unpaid current taxes in 1977,  as follows: , '  .10.% on. AUGUST 1st, 1.979  Payment sent by mail must be posted in time to reach the Collector  by July 31 st, 1979; otherwise penalty will be added.  To avoid penalties, anyone who has not receiver a Tax Notice, or  new owners who are in doubt as to whether their taxes are paid,  should check with the Village Office before July 31st, 1979.  ���      '������ ���...���.������.7v'".-��..''.  ' ���.     * " ������ '�� , ��� '  J.M.A. Shanks,  CLERK-TREASURER  The first wedding in the new St. Andrew's Church, Madeira Park, officiated  by Rev. John Paetkau, took place June 30  when Debbie Hanna and Doug Fielding,  Jr., both of Garden Bay, exchanged  -wedding^re?  The bride, wearing a white flowing  gown and long veil, was attended by Terry  Barsaloux as maid-of-horor,. Sherry  -Duncanand Elaine-Antilla-as bridesmaids1-  and Charity Hallberg of Ucluelet as  flowergirl.  The girls wore pastel green off-the-,  shoulder gowns and carried bouquets of  pink roses and pink-and-white carnations.  The mother-of-the-bride Mrs. Bernice  Hanna of Williams Lake.wore a beige,  gown with matching accessories. Father  Peter Hanna gave the bride away. The  mother-pf-the^groom Mrs. Doug Fielding,  'Sr.*woi?e;j ftong'green town' with matching  accessories.  . The groom wore a brown tuxedo and  had John Nelson as best man, brother Bob  Fielding and Mike Clark as ushers and  Aaron Hallberg as ringbearer, all in  idos-of-faeige-and brown.���  The reception was held in Madeira  Park Community Hall with buffet supper  and dancing to a five-piece band. Brian  -Flumerfelt^f-Williainjs-Lake was master���j  of ceremonies. Toast to the bride was  made by Monte Hallberg of Ucluelet and  toast to the bridesmaids was by John  Nelson. The wedding cakes were made by  the bride's great-aunt Louella Duncan.  Debbie, formerly of Williams Lake,  presented her bouquet to her grandmother  Cledia Duncan before the couple left on  their honeymoon to Niagara Falls. On  returning home the happy couple will  reside in Garden Bay.1 ' *.,...,  I  amoee^Q  otnm&eca-  NEW CAR DRAW  1st PRIZE - NEW 1979 CHEVROLET COMPACT  2nd PRIZE - TRIP TO RENO for two for 1 week  3rd PRIZE - CAR STEREO  Proceeds to be used for Chamber of  Commerce New Home plus to promote  business, etc. in the Sechelt area  ���***���*���*������*���*���������������  I DRAW ON LABOUR DAY J  Tickets  $5.00 each  Tickets available at  your local merchants  Use "Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc  The Creek runoff  Farmers Market  ByJEANIE NORTON. 886-9609  Before You Buy  Check Out CAMPION!  LAST OF THE 79s  AT A LOW, LOW^ UNBEATABLE PRICE  THIS WEEK'S BROKERAGE SELECTION  f *1977 ��� 19-1/2 ft.  I 188 FWC Merc. M<  T low hours. $9500  SILVERUNE  Many options,  * 1973 - 22  ft. SEARAY   FWC  Merc. Well equipped, low hours  II 1,800  1973 ��� 20 ft. K��C EXPRESS  HARDTOP - 16S OMC, Also low  hours on this unit. |S7SO  885-5158  SEA COVE YACHT SALES LTD:  NEW, USED BROKERAGE BOATS Von. toll fro.  Buccaneer Marlpe, Secret Cove, B.C. 608-4941  FARMERS MARKET  Got enough potatoes to feed all of  Ireland? Or your chickens laying like  crazy and all your regular customers on  holiday in Greece? Have we got a deal for  you! The Roberts Creek Community  Association is sponsoring a Farmers  Market this Sunday from 12 to 3 p.m. in the  park behind the post office.  . Anything goes ��� produce, crafts, white.  elephants ��� whatever you want, to sell.  There's a charge of 10 per cent to show  your wares ahd you have to bring your own  table, blanket, or whatever for display  purposes. It's to beat least a fortnightly  event through the summer and could  become a weekly affair If demand (and  supply) proves sufficient.  For more information, phone Judy  Fitzgerald at 885-3231 days and 885-5059  evenings, or Mary Puchalski at 885-9208.  NO LEMONADE  Two enterprising young souls set up  business on Lower Road last Friday. They  were Indra and Veronica Erwin of Joe  Road and they had an attractive display of  clothing, Jewellery, posters, and other  odds-and-ends to entice the passerby. But  no lemonade, a surefire drawing card for  the hot and weary cyclist coming back  from Gibsons.  HOT FLASH  Good newa for Branch 210 regulars ���  the little Legion haa some new records on  the Jukebox! Maybe they'll make up for  the loss of "Spiders and Snakes."  FLEET'8 IN  Traffic among the cabin cruisers was  unusually heavy off Roberta Creek last  week, apparently in response to a radio  report the salmon were running. But the  siren call of the coho must have lured them  elsewhere aa the congestion was considerably alleviated by the weekend.  A REPRIEVE  Much to the relief of moat of the  community, George and Marlene have not  succeeded in selling the store. Panic set in  last week when they thought they had a  buyer. What would we do without George  and his "specials" and Marlene at the hub  of activity orgAnlrlrig everything?  Someone suggested that It should be a  community decision ~ perhaps we should  have a referendum.  DAZE THANKYOU  "IWuTsTW^  thanK-yous, The financial tally ls not yet  finalized, but spiritually the Daze were a  great success. Everybody who came  commented on what a good time they had.  Formal recognition of contributions is  made elsewhere, but everybody . who  worked on the Daze deserves a pat on the  back for a job well done. Pat, pat.  ssSKssssssssHsssssssssssssMssssasssl  We have a few seagulls without the  shells for those of. you who wish to make  your own decorative arrangements. Just  ask for them. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  o&   ��>  "��  fjri.  BUCKLE UP  EVERY  BODY  r   , j . _  tC        ���         ,t   ii',��.  REFUGEE AID     ' "*  ���:- :    .  PLEASE RETURN THIS COUPON TO:  . P.O. BOX 1186 SECHELT, B.C.  O I ENCLOSE A SINGLE DONATION OF $  D I ENCLOSE 12 POST DATED CHEQUES OF $       EACH.  (PLEASE MAKE CHEQUES AND MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TOt  D I MOULD LIKE  STAMPED SELF-  SUNSHINE COAST SOCIETY FOR VIETNAMESE REFUGEES)  A COPY OF THE'CONSTITUTION AND I THEREFORE ENCLOSE A  -ADDRESSED ENVELOPE.  ,Q I CAN, DONATE  *  (e.g. clothes, food, accommodation, time etc.)  NAME  ' ADDRES3  PHONE  COMPARE STAINS  SAVE OVER tfOO  SOLID MM Oft  SEMI-TRANSPARENT  awlanslsm  K you'r* lunklni for��lop quality  woml stain that wllltnhanc* and protacl  your wood, Colo, Your World'a  Solid lllda or HamlTransp.r.nt Hisln  will do tha lob aa wall as or .van btlln  than oth�� wood MiliM cmilhi m much at  ., ,    Mm&llVilM,   ,t      Hut, Color Your World'a prlct la only  Ha 08  That's $6,00 las. than lha  ���varaft competitor's prlca,  SAVE $4.50  INTERIOR  i    LATEX  SEMI-GLOSS  I'or �� lusiiry sliffn,  rtKccllent fur hl��h nitric  wall irons, trim and ilnors.  Hiiporaiiriihlialdxi  ,98  f'iini|>arald.r��tall|irli'ii 81 ",1)8  MlftaW'al.  98  Gal.  CAVE $A A A  >,    INTERIOR  ^   LATEX HAT  lliinit misliiy Intarlur  lair* that's rasy In apply,  easy lo wasnup III  wal.i and has asi.llrnl  adiivslim,  ComparaM. retail i<ru. $14.'.HI  ft98  ^tm   Hal  Color Ibur World  Only the took is expensive  . gyytiip amp ?fmm fy mm mm*1? m  In th�� SunrlM mdg��  At th�� Top of Flold Rood  88S-2244  i Wednesday, July 25,1879  The Peninsula Times  Report from Ottawa  Consider model  by Ray Skelly  MP Comox-PR riding  PageA��  others having beendone away with in 1977.  coast location for the new helicopters.  One of my first chores as ai Member of  Parliament has been to set up constituency service offices. Out temporary  location in Powell River is at 4760D Joyce  Avenue, where the telephone number is  485-3997. In (he fall, MLA Don Lockstead  and I will set up a joint office in another  location. _  Events of the past few months have  drawn wide-spread attention to the poor  state of medlcalservices in remote coastal j was pleased by the positive response  communities. The people who Uve in these $ Defence Minister AllanMcKinnon to my  ports have known the problems all along, suggestion that the two new helicopters  Now that the public outside is, aware of ^e^ purchased for coastal air-sea rescue  some of them, perhaps solutions will be work be stationed at Port Hardy, rather  found- than Victoria. As I pointed out to the  One of the problems is that it is difficult minister in a letter I made public, there is  to get doctors to set up practices? in such a serious gap in rescue facilities between  communities. Perhaps then we should be comox and Ketchikan, Alaska, while the  looking to the model set by the people of south coast has adequate resources to  Queen Charlotte Islands, who have an draw on.  1^**m*X SndSTto       We are stm waiting for the minister to  nr^flflfr'fflf-^rrftSfl?^^  board hires doctors on staff in the James-  Bay, district of Victoria,  These organizations are, incidentally,  two of the three remaining resource,  boards left over from the days of the  former NDP government, most of the  In Campbell River our office and that of  MLA Colin Gabelmann will be at 166A  Beach Avenue. The telephone number will  be announced soon.  At Courtenay I am sharing facilities  with MLA Karen Sanford at 491A Fourth  'Street, where the telephone number is  334,3434.        >  Comox-Powell River residents can  contact me through the staff at these offices, or by mail at the House of Commons,  Ottawa, Ontario, KIA 016. Remember, you  don't need postage when writing to your  SUNDECKS  FIBREGLASS SHEET VINYL  honored  DEMONSTRATORS  AGAINST the  proposed B.C. hydro Cheekye-  Dunsmuir 500 kilovolt transmission  line gathered on the steps of the  Legislative Assembly Thursday  before meeting with Environment  Minister Rafe Mair and Energy  Minister Jim Hewitt. Persons from  Vancouver Island and the Sunshine  Coast banded together to show a  united protest against the line.  Express drawn  Ten numbers were selected In the  weekly Western Express draw last  7 Wednesday, July 19. Tickets worth'  $100,000 to their holders are numbered  ,   2097836,  3777130,   3130785,   2681556   and  ';.' 1220892. Five tickets were drawn for  ���   |10,000 prizes: 2551026, 1819634, 1954167,  ,; 3098825 and 1156573.  ,, Tickets having the same last six, five or  four digits as those drawn win $1,000, $100  i and $25 respectively.  t, Prizes of up to $1,000 may be claimed at  ! any branch of the Canadian Imperial Bank  ���7 of Commerce.  Clean UpVow Act  Pitch-In  In recognition of a long and successful  association with the Central Hockey  League, the governors of the CHL announced at their summer meetings in r  Vegas, Nevada, that a new and prestigious  award has been introduced called the Jack .  Milford Trophy: ~  Beginning with the 1979-80 season, the  Jack Milford Trophy will be emblematic of  the CHL's coach-of-the-year. Up until now,  a plaque accompanied this honor, one  which Dallas Black Hawks' coach John  Muckler shared this past season with Jack  Evans of the Salt Lake team.  ... Milford's 16-year association with the  CHL has been legend. He played four  old Dallas team in the United States  Hockey League, forerunner of today's  Central League. He coached and managed  New York Ranger farm teamsjorjwo,  years in St. Paul, Minnesota and for six  seasons in Omaha, Nebraska. In bis eight  seasons as coach or manager in the CHL,  MiHord'steamsrewarded-himjyithJour_  league championships.  During the four years he spent as  general manager' of the Los Angeles  Kings, the last two were spent as vice-  president of their CHL farm club in Fort  Worth, Texas. And since joining the  Canucks in June, 1977, hP bi&he^J��eavily  involved with Vancouver's CHL farm  teams in Tulsa (1977-78) and last year, of  course, with the CHL champion Dallas  club. ��������� ..  "I feel highly honored that my. fellow  Central League governors and managers  saw fit to attach my name to a trophy for  the CHL coach-of-the-year. It is indeed one  of my proudest moments," said Milford.  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In your heart you krxiw It's ri|<hl,  DINING ROOM  SUNDAY TO FRIDAY  11:30 am-2:30 pm  6 pm-1 Opm  SATURDAY ONLY  ll:30am-2:30pm  6 pm-12 midnight  BUFFET FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY NIGHTS  RESERVATIONS APPRECIATED  883-9453  4 miles South  of Earls Cove  on Hwy 101  wmmf.  BING'S EXHAUST  plus  SUPERIOR MUFFLER  ��� 100% Lifetime Guarantee -  Parts & Labour on  Complete Exhaust  Systems.  HIWAY 101, GIBSONS  wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww  *  ���  ���  JRl.....  That pain  in the back...  maybe it's trying 16 toll  you something,    .  Maybe it's saying you  should be more careful  when you're lifting--that  you should make sure tho  load isn't too heavy, and  that you lift with your legs  instead of your back,  Maybe it's complaining  about tho way you twist  when you turn Instead  of shifting your feet and  turning with your whole  body.  It might even be saying that you  should take a little time now and  then to do some simple exercises  to strengthen your back,  Think about It. And do something  about it, For a start, how about  getting a copy of the free booklet  "BACK TALK-Availablo at your local  ��� Workers'Compensation Board  office or mail this coupon,  pitman annil urn f��*_r"tx  r���lcoplnnol'lljioKTnlh'  NAMI:  COMPANY  A|)l)Mi:ri��  Mull In 'Tllum A I'ntiliim Ditpl" nl Km tiililiunii hnlliw  ��  WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD fWIW  MhlllWillKil Bums. Viimimwl, III. VM lilt. ti'��H*>����i .'MlO.'ll, |i4m im mum  '1���� -7��� ���V-  relocated within the Dock  The^aummer months continue to be  busy .ones for the Sunshine Coast Community Services. The offices of the  Minibus and the Volunteer Bureau now are  located across the hall, number 205 in the  Dock. The major change to be noted is our  new phone number 885-5881. By calling this  number you can reach the Community  Services, Minibus and Volunteer Bureau.  Two projects under the Community  services' supervision are functioning  smoothly and both will ultimately benefit  the community in a very positive way ���  but your co-operation may be needed to  help make these a success.  Patricia Lee is up-dating the Directory  of Services. She has contacted many  organizations and agencies for information. You could help by notifying her'  about any groups which began functioning  On the coast after 1976 ��� please call 885-  5881.  Karl Johnston, Brian Wall and Steve  Ripper have been actively interviewing  and photographing volunteers in action  throughout the coast. The slide-tape  presentation promoting volunteerism will  be ready in August and will be available  for use in the community.  Hopefully, if you are approached, you  will offer your cooperation and ideas to  these teenagers.  Volunteer help is still needed during the  summer. Please consider the following:  Outside Work  lunteers_are_needed.toJassist.sQme_  Wednesday, July 25,1879  The Peninsula Times  Page A-7  EUROPEAN MOTORS is  Offering a $150.00 REWARD  for ANY INFORMATION  Regarding their Stolen Tools.  (Taken the Weekend of July 13)  CALL 885-9466.  ,A^4*>,  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  *<*  SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:3<?  885,9816    Admiral  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  _~g��=��> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  -rY-  elderly people by cutting lawns, washing  outside windows and doing odd .chores  which they find they now are unable to do  for themselves. There is a need for help in  Sechelt, but especially in the Gibsons area.  Have you a lawn mower and a. couple of  hours in which you could help someone  else? Perhaps your hammer or shovel  needs to be put to use!  Special Friends  Patients who are confined to the  hospital cannot enjoy the summer as most  of U3 can. However, as volunteers we can-  Times Crossword-tyrjoTAeinyk  i  T"  3  4  5  1  \  7  1  *1  10  ll  TT  TT  u  - ���*/*  r    . -  ���;  *:  *    -  *  H  jr;  ���ft  i.  --I  17  .%  V*  *&*?���'  v*  J*,  - ���*-  >9  '  j  !>'  20  ^  21  221  _m  n  24-  25-  ���  **~  23  29  30 .  35.;:;  Iji  32  ���  33  ���v.  34  ::&*  W:  38  w  40"  .  *h  45  43  44  4S  46  47  48  49  51  52  t  "  53  <  54  55  *  mm  I  57  58  59  w  61  62  63  64  ''  65  66  ��7  _  68  69  70  r  '  1  "  73  ?������  *  "  y  m  NO MATTER what you thought last  week, it wasn't so hot you could fry an  egg on the sidewalk. Virginia Hatfield, front, and Sue Hatchard tried  twice. The egg would neither fry nor  stay in one place. Not enough oil, we  guess.  Christian Science  -���> ��� >,  "A man's pride shall bring him low:  but honour shall uphold the humble in  ^spirit," (Prov 30 23).  Does a feeling of futility prevent us  from asking God's help? Nothing and no  one is nearer to us than God.  "No wisdoin is wise but His wisdom; no  truthlis true, no loye is lovely, no life is Life :  but the divine no good is, but the good i  God bestows." (Science and Health with *  Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker,  Eddy.)  DRIVING HABITS  Avoid Jackrabbit starts. Accelerated  smoothly when passing or merging. Try to ���'  avoid rush hour traffic. '  take some of those experiences into the  hospital to share with a special friend.  Spending an hour a week with someone  who sharra^^wf^mto^sts^ian^be^so-  rewarding for you both.  Sea Cavalcade  Volunteers are still needed to help with  various functions which are a part of the  festivities. Be an active part of your  community and help for a couple of hours  on Saturday or Sunday.  English as a Second Language  In the fall many volunteers will be  needed to work on a one to one basis with  adults who are trying to master English. A  training program will be provided. If you  are interested in being involved in this  rewarding field, please call the Volunteer  ^Bureau. It will be important that  volunteers reside throughout,.the Coast.  Italian Speaking Volunteer   '  An elderly couple who speak only  Italian are spending the summer in  Gibsons. They would so enjoy talking with  you in their native language. Even a single  visit would be important.  Volunteer opportunities exist in other  areas. If you want more information about  these or any other challenges, please call  the Community Services Volunteer  Bureau at 885-5881. We are most anxious to  hear about other needs which exist In the  community. You could help!  SuperValu Portraits  '^%W&  1ST 5x7  69*  MIN. 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Bruce Wormald, 886-7303  GENERAL CONTRACTORS-CUSTOM HOMES AND  RECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENT  it Watch Jhls Paper for More Details  ���I'SI "ll  s ��'a�� ���  m-n'im mini" i'i "i"  '  I ���    i PageA-8    ���   The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 25,1979     7  .7..J  MISS GIBSONS Chamber of Commerce Karin Achterberg.  Miss Gibsons Chamber of Commerce'  Karin Achterberg, 17, loves cooking and,  plans to become a cruise director on a  ship. Presently Karin works at both  Bonniebrook Lodge and the Kids for Kids  Daycare Centre at Gibsons Elementary.  Karin said she will learn more about  the Sunshine Coast and her sponsors from  the competition and that the competition is  "a new experience".  "It will be a lot of fun," she said.  MESS KIWANIS Gail EeA  Miss Kiwanis Gail Head, 18, says the  Miss Sea Cavalcade competition "keeps  me busy."  She entered the competition because it  was someting she wanted to do, so "why  not?" Gail plans a career in commercial  art and advertising. ?  "I hope I will learn how to talk in front  of people," Gail said. The activities so far  have helped her to be "not as shy as I used  to be." Born in Pender Harbour, Gail lives  at Williamson's Landing and presently  works at SuperValu. .  MISS SUNNYCREST Centre Debbie  McDonald.  1 Miss Sunnycrest Centre Debbie McDonald, 16, enjoys the sporting hie. Five  years playing on the Beachcomber  volleyball team, as well as playing tennis  and entering track and field events proves  it.  Debbie has worked tbe last three  summers as a secretary for Rivtow .Straits  and plans a career as ajjjegat secretary.  She entered the Miss Sea Cavalcade  competition, "for the experience of doing  something for the community, to meet  more people." She hopes the experience  will help her gain confidence.  $8,225 pledged for  It has been four weeks since plans were  first started to bring a group of Vietnamese refugees to the Sunshine Coast.  Community response to this idea has been  very positive, and the Sunshine Coast  Society for Vietnamese Refugees is  pleased to announce that members of the  community have donated and pledged a  total $8,225 toward the project. Many offers of clothing, furniture, and help in  orientation have been received. Several  ino^ividuals-have--agreed to provide-ac  commodation for the refugees. Medical  and dental services have been assured. It  "ha^becomereryobviousthatrth&people of 7:  the Sunshine Coastr wantto do what they  can to help the boat people.  The Department of Immigration has  approved the society's application to  become a sponsoring organization and in  return the society has indicated to the  Canadian government that enough  resources have been accumulated to  resettle and support two families of  Vietnamese refugees. The federal  government has telexed this information  to Canadian officials in Singapore who are  presently screening the thousands of  refugees staying .In temporary camps in  the area. When two families are chosen,  the society will be notified by the  Department of Immigration and a final  binding agreement will be signed.  The agreement will simply indicate  that the society will sponsor these families  for up to one yearrJFhe-gove  stated that it may be anywhere from one-  and-a-half to two months before the  families .arrive.-The problem is one of  ���transportation. Although the -federal-  government has recently booked a large  number of seats on flights from that area,  there has been no indication that the  families will arrive earlier than anticipated.  The society hopes that the people of the  Sunshine Coast will look upon this sponsorship program as a community project.  I  OLVO PENTA DEALER  - SALES & SERVICE CENTRE -  ��� MARINE REPAIRS  *  *  .*���  ���  MOORAGE  MARINE WAYS  LIVE BAIT    "J*~.  CHRYSLER OUTBOARD  CAMPING ~* STORE  885-2100  | TH.UCUM BAY MARINA  5 m\m% North of S.ch.lt on Socholt Inlot  ���^���^^^���^^���^���^���^^���^������^���������^^"^���^���^���B^BKi^s^Bfca^sfcsWs^Bfcs^ajWi^sWsW  Anyone who makes a donation ��� be it  financial, material, or by way of an offer  of help and friendship to the refugees ��� ,  automatically becomes a member of the  society. The Directors are very willing to  do as much as they can to resettle as many  refugees as possible. It is up to the community to set the limit.  As long as donations keep coming and -  response is positive, efforts to sponsor  refugees will continue. Last week the  federal government announced mat tor  every refugee brought into Canada.  through private sponsorship groups (such  as the Sunshine Coast Society for Viet:  _ names Refugees), it will match - thai  support one for one.'It is estimated that if  public response is good, this plan will  result in 50,000 refugees being brought to  Canada by the end of 1980. Thus the  response of this community will directly  influence the government's quota of  refugees.  Last week it was reported that it could  take up to six months before the society \  would be given a taxation number for the  purpose of issuing tax receipts. It has novf  been learned that although Revenue  Canada does have a large backlog of work,  groups formed to help the Vietnamese  refugees are being given top priority. It  should only be a matter of weeks before  the society can issue tax receipts.  At tlie moment the society is trying to  find low-cost (or free) rental ac*  commodation for the refugees. If anyone  knows of a house or cabin that will be  available near the end of August, please  phone 885-9798. As well, several single  beds or a bunk bed with mattresses are  needed. .*���' j  For more information please phone  Susan Nichols, 885-9798 or Elaine Futterman, 885-2395.  ���ll  MPGoodri  SUMMER SAFETY  1 STOP SERVICE  BE SAFE!  NOT SORRY!  ���Alignment  ���Front End Suspension  ���Brakes ���Shocks  ���Tires���Sales & Service  ���Computerized  Wheel Balancing  ���Al Tire Sbes A����H��ble���Free Coffoe-  IglKaoodrich iPGoodrich ilFGoodrich  COASTAL TIRES  TIRE & SUSPENSION CENTRE  1 MILE WEST OF OIBSONS    886-2700   WHILE QUANTITIES LAST  SUPERTONE  FENCE STAIN  (brown)  BAMBOO RAKES  ea. *4.49  50' EXTENSION CORDS     $7.99  100' EXTENSION CORDS *13.49  MISC. WINDOWS & SIZES '10��M50��0  [B-D]  3 HP MTD R0T0TILLER  4 HP T0R0 R0T0TILLER  *2l9  00  sWaofcaO"  ���ffcatt^l*  18" TORO REARBAGGER     $269"  18" B&D ELECTRIC MOWER 1  9r  69*  2x6x6'  2x4x6'      ea.  2x4 EC0N0   \m-  STUDS       ft. 79*  2x6 ECONO    ..,  STUDS     ��. 99*  2x4 ECON RL  ftxlO UTL SIDING  1x8 UTL CHANNEL  5x5 RR CEDAR  1x12 SELECT WAVY  EDGE SIDING  'white border  FENCE 10'xl8"  1x6x6'STAIN BROWN  Fence Boards  1x6 RR CEDAR  lxS RR CEDAR  1x4 UTL V-JOINT CEDAR  ea.$3"  ea'l���  ft 25��  ft. 34*  ft. 15*  ft  12  m$699  00  ZONOUTE  bag $3  39  CHICKEN WIRE  assorted sizes  12x12  PATIO  SLABS'  AC 24 ERIE  WHEELBARROW  $jgoo  pS-OnaCoat  ^iiRE-TREAP  SUN  ... a textured, self-vulcanizing rubber,  seamless deck coating, you ROLL-ON In  two easy coats. No more Trowelling, simply  roll on two coats of new SPANTEX  Texture-Tread fpr a tough, resilient, seamless waterproof deck that will laaMor years,  ��� SPANTEX Texture-Tread In 3 colours.  ��� SPANTEX Colour Coat available In I  a choice of Custom Colours. <  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Sunshlno Coast Hwy, Olbsons  688-6814      andor  "FOR AU YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"  I \-  ..*>:.  This pullout section will be offered weekly in the Peninsula Times to inform our readers on the latest news in the  loeal real estate market, to offer the most complete classified sales information on business and industry at the  local, provincial, national and international level as it effects our lives on the Sunshine Coast.  /  : ,  '   '������  -.-,-*..  ...M  Where Red Estate is serious���but a pleasure  885-3295  .Jfc Bo*i5Z9 7;So>h��l��.7B*C?  Next to tho Gulf Slot  Von. Direct  681-7931  WHISBER  ."���* ^���jra  .,-.������ :���.'.".*,��� ��������������� ,-��  7J^^  RM  1k;  fl  ���IliiiwfbsH  ,--���-   ;��fi|B7i^i .77  ;W.j^ip||n;7t7g77:ij  m mmy  ���*M  '*&_  ______   h,&M&i*.> -to*.- ��� ^MmJAti+fA  WHISPER! TTDrive~byTlowly and see what "Whispor" is all about. It's situated on 3  acres with subdivision potential. You can't miss it. It's on the way to Porpoise Bay  Campsite.  RAY BERNIER  865-5225  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  RENE SUTHERLAND  885-9362  TERRY BRACKETT  885-9865  EMILIE HENDERSON  885-5383  SUZANNE DUNKERTOtt  886.3971  TERRI HANSON  886-8295  North Vancouver  13�� Wett 16th Street  Want Vancouver  1506 Marin* Drive  Vancouver OTHER OFFICES  3343 Klngiway 1 O SERVE YOU  (MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Surrey  10474 137th St,  Langley  20S8S Fraier Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marino AvenUe  Remember: the nicest thing  * ��� ��� -  about a  TUnes Classified  is that it is as near  as your phone  JUST CALL  885-3231  Tuesday thru Saturday   ��� 'lB,HrWiarYOU LATER ~   \  Mi  .v**  10^ -jcr-  ���aagsB  PHONE  885-3231  PageB-2       The Peninsula Times  July 25,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times   ���  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)  60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers SJ.00 extra,.  legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.    -���  Deaths, Card of Thanks. In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after-that, Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for In  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mall:  Outside Local Area $15 yr.  U.S.A $20.00 yr.  Overseas '...   ....___._._. $25.00 yr._  Single Copies 20c ��a.  Announcements-.  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30-  pm, Wilson Creek Community.  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  .-tf  -.i..:....--..-^---.--=.---  AIR" SHOW Alberta 797  Medicine Hat, August 4 and,  5. Two different shows:  August 4 - WW II; August 5 -  Jets. Sir Douglas Bader to  open-show.-JThe-biggest-Air-  Personal  PINE MUSHROOM Ar-  mHlaria Ponderosa. We  want to buy a large volume.  You can earn hundreds of  dollars���daily���picking.  Reputable business people  required to buying and  shipping. - No investment  required. Please write:  Kaiser Imports, MPu No.  4315, Vancouver, B.C. V6B  -3Zfc 155345-  Work Wanted  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Breaking and hauling away of  oia concrete. Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  . after 7 p.m.  Box 1341, Sechelt  1211-tf  EXPERIENCED     paper  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. 886V7880.  169857  Wanted to Rent  WEST SECHELT to Halfmn  Bay. House 1 or 2 bdrm.  sSept. or before till June. 886-  7727 or collect 734-1467. 1683-36  FURNISHED, 2 or more bdrm  house. Preferably w. vie,W.  Aug.   10-Oct- 10.  Premium  paid. Refs. 885-5534.     1707-37  Real Estate  $41,500-OCEAN VIEW  6 yr old 3 BR Gothic design,  landscaped lot, nice view of  Trail Islands.  Ph. Ross Gamble  112-274-5017  United RealtJ, 736-3831 v  or885-2047 -     -----  124Vtf  Help Wanted;  EXPERIENCED     PERSON  wanted   in   automotive,  mechanical repair. 886-7919.  1476-34  Show ever in Alberta.   1603-35  POTTERY SALE .Sat., Aug. 4,  9:30 a.m.-l p.m. St. Hilda's  Hall, Sechelt. Pots by Elaine  Futterman. 1622-36  YOGA RETREAT with Baba  Hari Dass. Aug. 15-20 in  Oyama, B.C. $75 ($50 children  2-14 years). Information:  Dharmasara Retreat, 2649  West 4th Ave., Vancouver,  B.C. V6K1P8. Phone 931-3456  or 732-9864.  DISCERNING ADULTS. Shop  discreetly, send $5 for our  latest catalogues of marital  aids, lingerie, housewares and  jewellery. Direct Action  Marketing Inc., Dept. Y.K.,  Box 3268, Vancouver, B.C.  V6B3X9. 159856  NEED A Divorce or Legal  Separation?      For     in-,  formation   on   fast,   inexpensive,    lawyer-designed  1715-36  Birth Announcements  JBM?E,_Robert_JjQrdaiLStuarL  Services, contact Vancouver  Divorce Service, No. 8, 1734  West Broadway, B.C. V6J  1Y1. Telephone 736-2684. 1518-  T5  Sechelt Agencies (1979) Ltd.  needs more licenced real  estate salespeople to handle  the mounting volume of real  estate work coming into our  office. We can offer an  excellent "walk-in" and  parking location and, as far  as we know, the best  commission policy in the  area. If you are a licenced  salesperson we'd like to talk  to you. All enquiries will be  treated In' the strictest  confidence-.  Phone Graham  Craig,    Manager,    at    885-  2235.  Pender Harbour  3 BR home on 2.3 level  acres. Good soil &  creek By owners  $52,000.  885-5436  Mobile Homes  CLEAN 3 BDRM Port Royal  12 x 60'. Completely mobile  with wheels, some appliances.  Asking only $10,800. Jack  Noble, '883-2701. H.B. Gordon  Agencies Ltd., 885-2013. 1040-  tfiv  '  2 BR 12x68 1 yr. old. Stove,  fridge, dishwasher, washer,  dryer & storage shed. Fully  skirted on pad. $15,000. 886-  2530. 1609-35  12 x 50 COMMODORE Noble.  Canadian built. Unfurn. new  elec. range, furnace, tank of  fuel, new carpet in livingrm,  corridors, master bdrm, lots  of cupboards. 1 blk to Sun-  -iiycresj;.Centre. Storeroom  liner construction. Sold as is,  where is, $7,000 Cash. 886-7432.  .���j. .1678-36  NICELY KEPT, 10x52'  Safeway, 2' bdrm, w-w cpt,  . col appliances, auto washer &*  ^ryer, porch, blt-in cupboards, drapes. 885-9870. 1422-  ''36  Campers and Trailers  >5xl0 CONVERTED trailer.  ,   .Single axle, $950.883-9398.  157945  7 OKANAGON ijisuljated_  canopy-type camper for small  truck. Good cond, $700 obo.  885-9791. 163446  Boats ahd Engines       Wanted to Buy  For Sale  16' K&C w-70 Johnson OB. Full  canvas top, 2 gas tanks,  docking lights & wipers. Good  cond., asking $3,000. 883-2285  aft. 6 p.m. 158545  UNFINISHED 24 ft. Lap-  strack hull & cabin. Call Doug,  885-2283, business days. 1633-  tfn -  WEST COAST Troller, 6.32  ton, reg "A" licence, diesel,  sounder, new pilot. Extensively rebuilt and in good  shape. Must sell to buy larger  vessel. $65,000. Write or view  "Nortel IV", Winter Harbour,  B.C. 165545  28' CABIN cruiser launch,  Needs some work. Ideal for  pleasure or log salvage. $1200.  883-9032.    . 165846  '78 9.8 MERC outbd. Like new,  $695. Days 883-2533, eves. 883-  9933.    7 1668-tf  '7617.FT. Reinell & trailer. 120  hp J)MC tabpVputbd,. CB,,  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 604458-9471.  165147  16-17   FT.   Deep-V   boat.  Maximum  H40.   Canvas  top. Good cond. Vancouver,  collect, 266-2988. 174247  For Sale  LADIES, Hens. Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly i New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N- Van..  ���9804011. 4457-tf  APT.-SIZE , port,   clothes  dryer. HD Kenmore, $150.  883-9032. 166146  LUMBER: 2x4s - 10 ft; 2x6s -  , 20 ft: 3x8s - 60 ft: 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 5224328,8854272. 3460-  tf  102 hf��78854733:  .to  169045  MADEIRA  PARK.   2   lots;  $16,500 ea. Near stores &  mooreage, nicely treed. Also  20' trailer, $4,000. Ph. 883-2410,  lv. message. 154945  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot  in  West Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn  Born May 23; St. Mary's  Hospital. Weight 3% lbs. A  new brother for Seamus. 1711-  35  Engagements  MR. & MRS. Alan Wood are  . pleased to announce the  engagement.of their only  daughter Rhyl Sharon to Mr.  Daniel Singh, son of Mrs. Lily  Ramji. Wedding will be Sept.  22,1979 at Sechelt.        168845  Obituary  HARDMAN: Alise Hardman,  long-time resident of 1060  Franklin Rd., Gibsons and  widow of Daniel Hardman and  Frederick Stott, in her 96th  year. Born in Dunscar,  Lancashire, England.  Daughter of George Thornly  and Catherine Howarth.  Memorial service at Gibsons  Memorial Church at 3 p.m. on  Wednesday, July 25.  Reverend George Inglis officiating. Devlin Funeral  Home, directors. 174345   :: 1 ^  Card of Thanks  IN MEMORY of Ed Lep-  pington. I would like to  thank the doctors & nurses  that took such very good care  of my dad through his illness.  A big thanks to all who sent  cards. God bless you all. ���  His loving daughter & family.  172845  BABYSITTER     wanted,  Halfmoon Ba_y_ area. Hra  ���SENIOR PERSON who wants  to    share    permanently  waterfront home. Have sut-  , ficient privacy - but not lonely.  Box 310 M, Sechelt.       1210-tf  GUITAR   &  Music   Theory  lessons.   Jazz,   improv;  reading, writing,.all styles,  Beg.-Adv. Budge, 885:9285., '  ,  1528-tfn  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:  -Topping  -Faffing  .  -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  8854301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  2 HARDWORKING brothers,  aged 14 & 16 will do yard  ' work, handyman jobs, etc.  Separately or together in  Gibsons-Langdale area. 886-  7237. 158845  I  I  I  I  \  l  I  I  I  I  I  I  l  l  l  I  I  I  I  I  I  "f  :f  i  i  i  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your ad In Iho ��quar��.. B�� ��ure lo lubvo a blank spiico allor oor.h  word.  Thrsss. lino la $2.13. foci, additional line la 60c.  Tods) advantag* ol our apodal aavlng".  ��� Run your od twlco ��� Iho third tlmo la FRf I.  ' II you pay lor y ir ad tho Saturday bailor* publication you gat a  discount ��� 25clor 1 Inaortlon ��� 80c lor 3.  Mall ua -your od, or drop It old  In Socholt at tho Ponlnaula Tlmoa Olllco  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  V0M3A0  vary, preferably family. 4~yr.  old boy. 8854963, after 4. 1617-  36  SALES CLERK. Experience if  possible. Apply at Henry's  Bakery. Sunnycrest Centre,  Gibsons. 170045  HOCKEY PLAYERS wanted  <for a well established intermediate "A" hockey club.  Must have Junior "A" experience. Write Powell River  Regals, Box 262, Powell  River, B.C. 171845  ALIGNMENT Front-End  Specialist for thriving tire  shop, Vancouver Island.  Excellent conditions. Salary  commensurate with experience. Reply to OK Tire  Store Ltd., 971 Cumberland  Road, Courtenay, B.C. 172545  MAN TO DO light clearing &  build steps to beach. 885-  9589. 174145  For Rent  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek,  Community Hall and Scout,  Hall. CaU Mabel Dooley at 885-  9804. 3691-tf   ..  i  MAPLE CRESCENT Apart-  ments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevlslon, stove, fridge. 886-  8333 or apply Apt. No 104-B.  4121-tfn  MOBILE HOME pads In West  Sechelt, 885-2671.     4962-tfn  CLASSIFICATION  $2*3  60��  60  60'  Nonso  Addroaa   .  Poalol Codo  T.I No.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  RENTING  Onaj  Bedroom   Apartments  * Drape�� * Balconies  * Intercom        * Cablevlslon  * Controlled Entrance * View  * Wall to wall carpet  * Colored Appl lancet  Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  ������t  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  !'���'  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  -r  1  FOR SALE  BY OWNER  ^Tender Harbour with  spectacular view. Close to  marina and shopping  centre. Garden area has  Illy pond, fruit trees and  decks.  PHONE 883-2544  CAMPERIZED   VAN,   3,000  mi. As new, 8864239.   1693-  37  '77 OKANOGAN Camper. Ice  box, propane stove, jacks,  exc. cond. $2,000. Howard, 885-  9491. * , 169647  HARD   TOP   Tent   Trailer,  sleeps  six,   needs  new  FISHERMAN'S Special. '73 24  ft. Reinell. Loaded. Very  good cond., $9,400.883-9977.  169947  -^-O'DAY 20 fibreglas keelr  Centreboard sloop, 7.5 hp  Merc, maiiyib, whisker pole,  winches, WHF radio, stove,  - toilet, -2-man  inflatable, w..  oars, pump 150' rope etc.  $7,000 obo. 8854364.      170847  25' BELLBOY, command  bridge, '72 model w. CB,  sounder, power anchor winch,  standing head, sink, stove, low  hrs. Presently moored at  Pender Harbour, $12,500.112-  591-7985 aft. 5. 171047  LET'STRADE  APPLIANCES  ON NEW HOTPOINT  AT MACLEODS,  SECHELT  WmrmrmP~WmWmp-_W~0m0mfm--\  WHT. KENMORE washer-  spin dryer, $200; yellow  Inglis washer-spin dryer,  $150; flame orange acorn  fireplace, $175.885-9857. 1697-  37  Is Sh* Getting Too Big  For Hor Tricycle?  You can: 1. Put her on'a    '  ���diet _oru , 2^Place���a���|  classified in  The Peninsula Times  - ... ta Buy,  Sell-or Trade-  885-3231  WOODEN BLDG. for sale. 32'  high, 50' x 100'. 50' rafters,  10 x 10 beams, 32' long. Ph.  112-4334137. 161646  KAMLOOPS NEW two and  three bdrm homes for sale  by Builder, $45,000 and up.  Five year home owner  warranty. Phone Ed Seidel at  (112) 5734834, Kamloops.  ������ _,_l._L_ .J72245_  Business Opportunities  SECHELT BOWLING Alley.  For    sale    or    leased  operation. Ph. 885-9611.167546  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  pm).  VIEW APTS, for Rent. Easy"  access, closo to schools nnd  shopping In Gibsons. Call 886-  2417,886-7243. 1531-tfn  2,000 SQ. FT, upper floor of-  ��� flee: Rent as Is at $450 per  mo. or we will renovate to  suit. Heat & parking Included.  8854224 for appt, to view. 1503-  tfn  AVAIL.   IMMED.   unfurn.  bachelor suite. 1 BR avail.  In Aug. Central Gibsons. 886-  J336,W6-2597. ,   158045  NEW 3 BDRM Bsmt. custom  home.  Double  carport,  Exc. view. Exc. area. 461-  flM- 170547  AVAIL. IMMED. 3 bdrm non-  bsmt. Fridge, stove, FP,  closo to store & beach. 112456-  6670. 170947  ���--     *mmmmmmmmmJUmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'  HOUSE ON Rondevlew Rd.  Francis Pen. 3 bdrm up, 1  down. B appl,, ens. plumbing,  Refs. rcq.TO34093 or883-2580.   172947  JVEST SlCHMJew.3 b��  house, fridge, stove,  washer, dryer, Hpectacular  view, 1350 per mo. For Immed. viewing ���8854377. 1669-  36  SALE OR Lease - One-half  Acre, Central Vancouver  Island, three bays, sales lot,  5400 square feet, living  quarters, $89,500. Keith  Webster, 246-4541, Box 802,  Chemalnus, B.C. 164345  UNDER $20,000 & good  return: have to sell half  partnership in thriving  restaurant In the growing  village of Gibsons. Antique  furnishings, close to "Molly's  Reach" & boat harbour. 886-  8301 eves. 167046  FOR SALE - Shoe Repair Shop  In fast growing Community. Excellent location.  Will sell shoe repair and retail  sales together or separately.  Phone 845-7464, Houston, B.C.  171345  BEST BUYS In 100 Mile  House: Restaurant, gross  over $100,000, real family  money maker, best and  busiest in town. Doug's Super  Market - High gross, nigh net,  an opportunity! Double R  meat market, low rent - sales  $200,000. Call Doug teslle, 988-  1175, 24 hours Mitten Realty  Ltd. 139 West 16th, North  Vancouver. 1717-36  Mobile Homes  GREAT VACATION or  retirement homo I Bendix  Paramount 12' x 68' - 3 bdrm,  galley kitchen, fridgo, stove,  oil heat. Immac. cond. Ready  to move In. Furnished or  unfurn. Complete with front &  rear axles, skirting, deck & oil  tank. Selma-Vlsta Mobile  Park. All utilities Installed.  Cablevlslon avail. Must sell.  Asking $15,500. Call 8854509.  ��� . ��� ,  166346,  m % 48 wtth extra iivniflrm  10 x 16. On pad In nice trailer,  crt. At reas. rent. Close to  shops, etc. offers to $6,000,888-  9203. 167046  canvas, $150.885-5252.  173447  Motorcycles  -i78-YAMAHA-RD-400,-Cash or-  trade  for  vehicle.   Low  mileage. Ph. 8854910.   156645  '77 HONDA 750 K. 5,000 mi.  Fairing, luggage rack, etc.  Exc.  cond. $2,000. 885-9491,  Howard. t 169547  Cars and Trucks   70 TORINO-302 eng. Four-"  door, very nice cond., no  rust, new heavy-duty shocks,  new tires, 8-track, CB and  radio. 886-709445.        155845  /65 FORD 800 Tandem. 8500-  mi. New motor, good tires.  4614184. 1560457  '73 PONTIAC Astra sta. wgn;  .46,000 mil. St., $900 obo. 885-  3143.    ���/ 158345  '69 GMC 1 ton truck on duals.  Steel flatdeck & body skirts.  350 cu. in. 4 spd. Ideal welding  or tow truck. 8854151.   162746  ���74 AMC MATADOR auto, ps,  pb, brakes need some  work, $1,800.885-9733.   168945  '4lT CHEV PICKUP.  Beautifully restored engine  & tranny. Body easily  restored, $l,50p firm. No  triflers. Spare parts. 885-2383.  169145  '68     CORTINA    -    race  prepared Lotus. Power  hot! Spare engine, trans, rear,  struts, wheels, $2,000.885-2383.  169245  FOR SALE -1977 Yamaha XS-  750-2D "Silver Eagle".  Fully dressed all touring  miles. 1977 Mazda Cosmo car,  low mileage, loaded. Phone  265-4668, Box 621, Nakusp,  B.C. 172445  74 GMC. VAN offers to $2,900.  8854779 aft. 6. 173547  78 HONDA Hatchback Civic.  5 spd. w. extras. Leave  message at 886-2087.     173845  71 GMC 6500 5 ton flatdeck. 90  pet. brakes, 9000 ml. 427 cu. In.  mtr, new Mlchcllns on front,  $6,200 for quick sale. 885-2615.  1665-tfn  76 CHEVROLET 3 x 3 crew  cab long box, 4 spd, 350 cu. In.  heavy suspension to 1 ton  capacity. Not duals. $5,900,  885-2615. 1666-tf  '00 PLYMOUTH station  wagon, $400. 883-2533 ill! 5:30  8834933 aR. 6. 1680-tf  74 DODGE club cab, low  mileage, Ideal for canopy,  camper. 2 reserve tanks.  $4,395,885-2455. 161246  75 FIREBIRD Formula 400.  Ps, pb, 4 spd., 400 hp. mags,  TAs, trick paint, 34,000 orlg.  ml.. $5,900. See at Jay's Auto  Body or ph. 885-5212 days, 885-  2664 aft. ft p.m. 161346  72 FLATDECK truck, $3 000  cash. Mrs. Alex Slmpklns, 885-   268j._ ___ _ nww  Boats and engines  11  FT.  FIBREGLASS Ia\>  fltmke dinghy, $450.665-2287.  162946  '61 25 FT. Chriscraft cabin  cruiser, wood hull, 283 V8  inbd, dual batteries, sniffer,  sounder, offers to $4,500. View  -Jt^enga_lIarinaJ_^arden_  Bay. 5304273. 172747  12   FT.   FIBREGLAS   w.  trailer, $400.8854779 aft. 6.  173647  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob.  ���"'HGpkins eV,es7 886-9470. 3300-  1  THOROBRED      gelding,  registered, beautiful, well-  trained, gentle, $350 to good  home. 885-9285. 156145  "5 YR. OLD Toggenberg stud  buck. Hercules, $50 obo. 886-  7UB6. 158645  FOR SALE: 80 ton bulk feed  facilities. System includes  four 20 ton bulk tanks, augers,  scales, conveyors and  elevating leg. Central Cariboo  Co-op, 1060 South Lakeside,  Williams Lake, B.C. Phone  392-2992. 171645  Lost  MAN'S  SIGNET  ring, w-  family crest. Lost Porpoise  Bay or Mason Rd. Reward.  886-7186. 158745  MAUVE & PINK silk Chinese  , billfold, lost betwn  Alexander & Kent Rds.,  Francis Peninsula. Reward.  883-9411. .   170445  LADY'S WEDDING band -  bold w. small ruby. Along  Hwy - Trout Lake to Norwest  Bay. Reward. Grace Lawson,  G.D. Sechelt. 173047  ORANGE  &  WHT  kitten,  Point Rd., Hopkins Landing. 886-2514. 173145  "���"���������" ���"������" ���   '������ "f111 -���iwi ���  Found  MAN'S RING - Porpoise Bay  Campsite. 886-2514. 173245  Pets  PUREBRED OLD English  sheepdogs for sale. 8854784.  163146  GERMAN      SHEPHERED  Puppies from world's finest  bloodlines. For work or show.  Exceptional temperament.  Rare opportunity. (604) 246-  3800. 165745  KITTENS FREE to good  home. Phone any time. 885-  9665. 170245  Wanted to Buy  18" SHINGLE or 24" shake  blocks to purchase on a 5040  cutout basis. Contact Cornle,  885-9417after 4:30p.m.; Frod,  880-2284. 9-4. Timber marks  required, Cornel Sawmills.  Wilson Creek. 1101-��  IXX3S or TIMBER wanted,  fir,  homlock  or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  8854408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  24" CEDAR resaw shake   ���,ttwira,~PUsTlw��W"W'^MlO'"  -.t -'flatiaft'MsflAiv ���-.immmmmm* ���- '^���pP*���^W^���''���tPlt''',���4P���SP*,-'  2581. Timber marks req'd.  140946  tar Quick ftepuhi  Um Timet AtWrlefil  1978 & % - bought September  78, F250 % ton pickup,  4 x 4,4 spd. 351 Cleveland V8,  only 10,000 km, very clean, no  rough driving. Asking only  -$8,00Or886-7336aftT^p;m-1703--  35-  CANNING SUPPLIES  Pressure canners $62.75.  Jars & cans,  plus all your needs.  MACLEODS, SECHELT  158943  . .'.325!-,.l&. JCV-,subcable-.4?. hp,  .'   Sears garden tractor, 885-  .9789.  168446  NEW E-FLAT Reynolds  Medaust saxophone, $320;  C- melody Conn saxophone  restored, as newr$185r 885-  2752. 168546  STOP!  HOT  WATER  TANKS  Kill sixes-  ���best prices-  at MACLEODS  SECHELT  SEMI-PRECIOUS gemstone.  885-9854. 154345  SINGLE SEALY  Posture-  pedic mattress, box spring  & padded headboard, $757 885-  2605. 154645  2 ROOM TENT. 12'x 13Ms'  offers to $200. Also inflatable 11' x 5' dinghy w-oars  & elec. pump (clips to any 12  volt battery) $175. Ph. 885-  5020. 154745  GARDEN PESTICIDES  & CHEMICALS  now sold at  MACLEODS'  Sechelt  146841  28 CU. FT. freezer, 1 yr. old,  $300,883-9032. 166045,  TELEPHONE    Answering  Systems for rent or pui  chase. See J&C Electronics.  885-2568. 157445  GARDEN & Carpentry tools,  some   household  cooking  utensils, etc. 885-9635.   170645  2 ONLY CAT 631 B's and D9  with   ripper.   Overhauled  -and-ready - to~.-go���$135,000-  takes ad. Phone 2714343, 687-  2872. 171245  10 x35 PORTABLE Jaw 2 deck  3x8 Simplicity Screen, all  on I-Beam 5th wheel trailer,  180 K W Kato generator in  separate van - 300 hours total  time - $48,500. Phone 2714343,  687-2872.        171445  FIVE PIN Bowling Alley. 12  Brunswick Lanes with  Stricland Automotive''-Pin  Setters. Subway Ball Returns.  Well Established Business. "  Write Alpine Ventures Ltd.,  PO Box 410, Revelstoke, B.C. -  172145  ASPHALT EQUIPMENT  including Mobile B.C.  Drum Miher B.C. Spreaders  Cone Crusher Jaws Screening  Plants Conveyors, Roller"'  Radios Low Bed Hand Tools  Truck Speed Plow. Phone KW-  4343. 172045  74 FIAT ALUS HD^ 16B  Crawler Tractor, 1975  Prentice Log Loader, 1978  White Western Star Truck,  1978 Peerless Page Short Log  Trailer. 992-6583 Quesnel.  Preferably Evenings.   171945     -  2 HOOKED rugs, 3 ft. x 6 ft. 1  killer whale, 1 thunderbird  design, $600 ea. 8854280. 1739-  37  051 STIHL $250. Cobra rock  drill $500. 24' fibreglas  (Day) sailboat. No sails.  $2,000 or trade for W.H.Y, 885-  3429, 174047  More Classifieds  See Page B-7  VHF TVs RADIOS  REPAIRS  INSTALLATIONS  SALES  DIAMOND TV  Sunnycrest      Centre,  Glbtont  886-7215  SAM!  SUMMER FABRICS  ��� COTTONS  ��� RAYONS  ��� POLYESTER  plaint  &  printt  OFF  REGULAR  PRICE  FAB SHOP  SUNNYCREST CENTRE, GIBSONS  ->4 Wednesday, July 25,1979 The Peninsula Times    PageB-3  Do you really know  your province  1. British Columbia accounts for 9.5 per cent of the  total area of Canada.  2. B.C. shares a 45-mile  boundary with the state- of  Idaho, and a 960-mile border  with Alberta. (72 km and 1545  km).  3. Both Edmonton and  Prince George receive the  same number of telephone  calls from Dawson Creek.  ,4. There are as many  people living in Vancouver  west of Granville Street as in  the entire Kootenay-Boundary  area.  5. Only, three per cent of  B.C.'s land area is capable of  growing crops.  6. The B.C. record for a  steelhead trout is 17 kilograms  (37.4 lbs.).  7. The largest lake in B.C.  is man-made and three times  larger than the greatest  natural lake entirely within  B.C. Williston Reservoir is  "1750~sq; km (675 sq. mi".),  while Babine Lake is 497 sq.  _ km (192__sq._ mi.) _ including.,  islands.  8. . Besides Canadian  National and Canadian  Pacific Railways, there are  "fivenothers~6prating~m"th���r  province  ���* B.C.  Railway,  Northern    Alberta    Riy,  Burlington. Northern. Riy,  White Pass and Yukon Riy,  ...and two others operated by  B.C. Hydro and the B.C.  Harbours Board.  9. Delia Falls on Vancouver Island, classified as  the highest waterfall in B.C. at  40 m (1443 ft.), is actually a  Fobulous WF lot with super  view.    Gunboat    Bay    in  Pender Harbour area.  Good building site. Asking  only. $45,900,  FABULOUS INVESTMENT  61.5 acres plus approximately���7-00i���,-p'f_  'waterfrontage. Located:  again in Gunboat Bay with  900 sq ft Panabode in  excellent condition, plus a  wharf. Property able to be  subdivided into lots:  Asking only $350,000. Will  consider all trades &  terms.  JtfFSTEPHENSON  Off: 588-0131  Home: 530-2682  cascade, or series of smaller  falls.  10. The combined areas of  provincial ana national parks  in B.C. provide for 2 hectares  (nearly 5 acres) for every  man; woman and child in the  province.  11. Exports from B.C.  account for 17 per cent of  Canada's total.  12. Although Mount  Waddington, at 4016 m (13,175  ft.) is the highest peak in B.C.  it is not the highest elevation.  That honour goes to Fair-  weather Mountain at 4663 m  (15,298 ft.), whose peak is  located outside B.C.  13. There are approximately 350 landing fields  and 100 seaplane bases in B.C.  14. ��� There are about 6500  coastal islands in B.C. waters,  and that does NOT include  "islets."  15. Kimberley enjoys the  highest city elevation, at 1115  __*n (.3,658ft).____'_    __   16. In 1911 Strathcona Park  was established as the first'  provincial park in B,C.      17. Dwedney began his1  famous trail from Hope to  Similkameen in 1860.   18._B.C.!s-mainland-Coast_  measures about 12,150 km  (7551 miles), not counting the  shores of islands.  19. The deepest sounding in  coastal waters is in the  Finlayson Channel, where a  depth of 764 m (2508 ft.) has  been recorded.  20. After Vancouver Island,  of course the largest island ih  B.C. waters is Graham Island  in the Queen Charlottes, at  ���4436^q-mt^84-i3ftrinilest:���  21. B.C. longest river, the  Fraser, at about 1370 km (851  miles), has a drainage area of  approximately 230,000 sq. km.  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  LLI SLADEY  REALTY  LTD.  Member of Multiple Listing Service  tOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $82,500.  t^mWmm^fim_Wm  AAADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop 8  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 1250$: sq. ft. 3  bdrm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck, built 1976. $65,000.  GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residence with one BR  suite on Hwy 101, adjacent to Seaview  Plaza. Good investment at $53,500.  IRVINES LANDING ���3 BR view home,  .stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  business' available with above for additional STO.000. T���  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'  Glendole mobile home with 430 sq ft  "addition. On"2/3��~"ticrp-|6tr$28;500. "  cttsac  GREyFRIARS REALTY,  22. B.C. provides 4.5 per  cent of the world's supply of  pulp.  23. The longest distance,  north to south, in the province  is about 1300 km (808 miles),  and the longest from east to  west is 1062 km (660 miles).  _ 24. The^shortest distance,  north to south, is 24~km (14.9  >,'ipiles)varid the shortestrisast  to west is about 625 km (388  miles). .  25.   The  most  southerly  point_m  the province  is'  Rosedale Rock off southern  Vancouver Island, at latitude  48 degress 17 ft. 34 in. N.  Oxford English Dictionary  Definition of a Map  "A representation of the  earth's surface or a part of it,  its physical features, etc., or  of the heavens, delineated on a  flat surface of paper or other  material, each point in the  drawing corresponding to a  geographical or celestial  position according to a  definite scale or projection."  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  .  Highway 101  at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  TOUGH LUCK I Owner needs funds and will sell his view lot  overlooking Pender Harbour and Malaspina Strait for any  reasonable offer, Thlt could be the best investment you ever  made. Call us, now to view.  WATERFRONT: Pender Harbour area... 2  ad|acent 4 acre  parcels each with approx 150' of deep protected moorage,  , Fairly high bonk 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, Hatlam Creek  runt through the middle of this fine property and there's a  driveway In from Highway 101. A big plus on this one Is a 4 acre  oyster leate, Make an offer to the $165,000 atklng price (29%  down), It't a good buy at any price.  WATERFRONT: Almott 4 acret of prime, low bank waterfront  offering deep moorage on a tunny south slope In Pender  Harbour. Has cabin, water and hydro. Priced to sell quickly,  $62,500.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES: A new and prestigious tubdlvltlon  overlooking Pender Harbour. See with us and choose your ocean  view now., . It't a wlte 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, take-out, groceries, 2  barroom living quarters with clote water view. Here's a  growing butlnett and good home In the most sought after tpol  on the B.C. cbast. Like to live here wouldn't you?  AUTOMOTIVE ��� Easy to run, well-stocked business currently  operating 6 hours per day, 4 dayt per week, Add a new  dimension to your retirement and dollars to your Income ��� a  small Investment will do II. Call for particulars.  HARBOUR 5UPPLIB9 ��� Plumbing, electrical, furniture and appliances, Thlt butlnett shows a good return and It Increasing  every year, No competition for miles. Perfect operation for  couple wanting to make their future In thlt area. Priced to sell  quickly to don't delay, phono now for detallt. Jock Hermon, 883-  997B.  TfAWKJWWOTOW ~ ^ twtff  ���hop ond ttore. Separate tmoll 3 bedroom home for owner. Thlt  It a money-making tlluatlon, If you're a good bodyman, thlt It  JOHNBREEN JOCK HERMON  883-9978 8832745  _WA_R_NPCK_ROAD_���J..952t ac_ret with,  1,400 �� sq. ft. 3 BR home. A good buy ot  $49,500.  $m*&y~y'ih.'-! '.*<  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  8 marinas. $54,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major  appliances. $77,000.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD ��� 3 BR view home,  1656 sq. ft., built 1974." Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming  pool. Large lot, level S fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  FRONT ROAD - MADEIRA PARK ���  Partially furnished 3 bdrm 22' x 56'  Double wide and storage shed. Fairly  "level lot7 beautifully landscaped inlawn  shrubs, flowers, trees, & a vegetable  garden. Close to stores & marinas.  $49,900.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double,  carport, landscaped lot. $56,900.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3 bdrm split  level. Fireplace, sundeck & carport.  $60,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR view home on  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate  garage. Close to marina. $87,500  LOTS AND ACREAGE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  FRANCIS PENIN^UtAT^ PENDER THAR:  BOUR^-Pqrtidllyjideveloped subdivision  property with potential of 59�� lots./  l,800��ft. of basic road constructed, 10  lots surveyed for first phase of  development. An excellent buy for  $135,000.  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot, almost  One acrerGood soil, Selectively cleared.  $24,00Q.,7 '..',7 -77. >777,;7,  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pender'Harbour.  12'x20' cabin, concrete driveway.  $32,000.  9. EGMONT ��� 11 �� treed acres with  year round creek. Road access. $49,500.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 'l.Bf acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2 bdrm home, 1100 sq.  ft. on 9.5�� fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850:Ht. frontage On Highway 101.  $49,000.  2. RUBY LAKE ���- 5=b treed acres, close'  to public lake access. $19,800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3.4;fc acres &  4��acres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait ft just a few feet to the  woterfront. Hydro, water 8, paved road,  $35,000 each.  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5. Neor Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 3 teml-  lakefront view acreages, 3.92 Si.pcres -  $25,000., 6.83��acres ��� $25,000. & 3.79*  acres ��� $20,000.  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $8,000 - $22,000.      '  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots,  $9,000-$24,000.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise Drive. $8,000,  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� ,1.5 acres,  treed, serviced, $25,000.  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS���seven lott,  tome serviced with hydro & water,  on Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula, $11,000$ 12,750.  LILLiES (>AQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5��  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  JUNCTION ISLAND - ST. VINCENT BAY ���  18.75+ acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters. 15 min.  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont. $120,000.  EARL  COVE   ��� .5.57  acres,   450��   ft  sheltered   waterfront   adjoining   -ferry,  terminal,   Excellent   site   for   possible  motel,   hotel,   camper-trailer   park.  $135,000.  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acres with 387 �� ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000.  -ST.rVINCENT BAY'4- 400 �� ft waterfront,,~  5.97 acres, water oicceti. $29,5.00. 7. rl^d^  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  "7 bank waterfront. Site has been  .prepared for possible use as a large  WF: trailer-camper P01* -'* fishing  resort. Thjs is an excellent property  ������' adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank interest rate.  TROUT FARM ��� PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways Installed to handle  160,000 trout. 95�� acres land.  Provincial commercial trout farm  licence, Water licence, Located on Hwy,  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School. $266,000,  LOTS  6, GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250.  7. RUBY LAKE ��� semi waterfront lot,  with road access A hydro. $9,000.  Norct.  LAKK  ���*   Htm,   t**'t  GUNBOAT BAY ��� 152�� ft waterfront  with small beach area, 3 cottages, dock  and float. On 5�� acres with access from  Hwy 101, $85,000 ',  SECRET COVE - Lot A on Woscan Rd.  Steop, but has good building slto &  sheltered moorage, On sewor system.  $35,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA -- 132 ft W/F In  Pondor Harbour. 1.8 acres, deop  moorage, $50,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1.4�� acret on 75db  feet deep, sheltered waterfront. Small  beach area, $39,900.  WEST LAKE, NELSOIf ISLAND ��� 100��  acres; 4140�� ft.'choice lakefront,  1Q00�� ft. oceanfront on Vanguard Bay,'  2 log'tottages with fireplaces, 1 pott &  beam cottage. Access by boat or float  plane. An excellent buy for $140,000,  EGMONT ~- 3.8:fc acres with 550;fc ft.  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  romp. Whole property It terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well. $165,000.  LOTS  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft. W/F  (od|oInt above property). 1.221: acret,  Deep moorage. $36,500,  GERRANS BAY ��� Cleared lot with 78'��  low bank, theltered WF Level building  tlte, septic tank and drain field In,  $42,500.  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  MADEIRA PARK ��� get yourself out of  the house and Into, thlt easy-to-run  clothing buslnets with good potential,  $22,000, plut stock,  Alto available with above ��� 1,000db tq,  ft. commercial building with room for  ,4$i^QQ,..���...~, ��� ,,,-,   la  -**i. HI m *  '1ir,ry  1*  PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES  ���:"������iwy'-" Kyfyy~r.  '      iff" >V V'1*      i "' **���  ,X    x    / ' /'   <���  ry-yyy^yhi-i-Jy-h  yhi  J9H  Choice lots still available in this desirable  location. Most have view & sunny southerly  exposure. Paved road, water & hydro. One  lakefront lot still available. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  Am   >���</���  <.\\'V  U,r I  ���So  .."���Ml  "   %  "   f   "   \_        _,  (0  t*r Ft  ii  ��(���  ','i    .t   J la I  :.. ' .       ,1  \   ,<0'<' .  ,i',tv-.t  mam  11 * I��I * I il' I 'J ;1' -" " r  * * ��� * "I * i  '  i  lUsMHrstYWW.  fi Or.  HOIIP  ?�����,'ttl��t  ,'   *��f.'l ..II I'  'him. '  ,.,/���  h  PBNPBR     t!fl������M��  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233 PageB-4  The Peninsula limes  Wednesday, July 25, MM  Doug Joyce  fob Butt  885-2761  885-2503  DAVIS BAY $64,500 full price  3 bedroom with view, plus 2 bedroom suite.  Two 4 pee baths plus entulte. Insulated  drive in garage. Fireplace, large sundeck &  close to beach & store. Call Jack.  "���    Y"  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219 Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson 885-2385  Don Hadden      885-9504  WATERFRONT  SECHELTVILLAGE $54,900  NEW-NEW-WITH-VIEWI View from kitchen,  living    room    &    sundeck.    Includes    3  bedrooms, kitchen pantry, fireplace, car-  . port, large lot. Call Bob to vl��w_anytlme._  WEST SECHELT Asking $43,500  Contemporary 2 BR home. Total of 1168 tq  ft on 2 levels. Fireplace. See Doug.  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.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT ��� Lot 100 x 725 - Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. F.P. $39,000.    > i-   'i  SECLUDED. WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Do you want a quiet waterfront retreat with no roads or care? We  have a few parcels of evergreen forest, 5 to ,10 acret each.  Minimum of 250 feet of waterfront and stream thru most lott.  Located 22 miles of Sechelt by .water or air only. Flyjn with Tyee  Airways Ltd. from Vancouver or Sechelt, or use your own boat. Call  Don.  EGMONT WATERFRONTI: Excellent Investment opportunity. Close  -to-560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old double wide home.'  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades wllfVe-considere*  ROBERTSCREEK .   $52,000  3 bedroom home on 1.67 acres. Spacious  open plan of 1320 sq ft has ensuite off  -master-bdrm-Home has family room and_  "utility. Reduced drastically in price for  immediate sale. Take Gibsons home in  trade. Bob.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $124,000  "Sechelt'Vtllage7 "Fully" rented, "mostly on~  lease^ Shows .good return _oo in_yes_tment._  Opportunity   to   invest   in   this   growing  community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  Doug.  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  beach access. Alto has small rental cottage.  1 Air appointment necessary; Call Don.   ~~"  SECHELT-SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront ��� moor your sailboat at thlt  dock. Large cedar home with- super sauna,  decks everywhere. Privacy and expansive,  -vlow. _Phpne_ Bob. foLa_vl��yyingA^hltJt_aJ  unique home.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be an excellent Investment. Vendor offers terms'  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  SECHELT���SANDY HOOK    .  $_135^00_0_  Waterfront'- Moor your sailboat at thlt dock, Large cedar home with  super sauna, decks everywhere. Privacy & expansive view. Phone  Bob for a viewing. Thlt Is a unique home.  LOTS  1.V   1/2 ACRE CORNER LbT-TLevel, paved roads, easily cleared. Suitable  - for mobile hornet. Redrooffs Area. Try your offer to $ 13,000.  VILLAGE: Pebble Cretcent  $49,900. Complete new remodel job. Large  rancher 1515 sq ft. Close to shops and  school. Level lot too. New cupboardt,  carpets, quarry tile entrance & bathroom  floors, light fixtures & paint. Why rent when  you can move into a fine home at this priceY  Wood heater to beat fuel bills too I Call Bob.  PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE $54,000  like new 2 bdrm bsmt home. Good layout  with southern exposure and view. Save  money ��� extra insulation, twin seal  windows and heatilator fireplace. Call Bob.  SECHELTVILLAGE $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 tojnaintain  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: $19,900 full price. 90' frontage on paved dead end  'street. Underground telephone & cablevlslon. Large view ��� a one  _af_ a .kind. See Doug.    CHASTER ROAD: $9,900 - Good, level lot 67' x 123', close to school  and all local services, on paved rood. Call Don.  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy In parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road. Call Don. $.:  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. CalLDoug.  ACREAGE  REDROOFFS ACREAGE: 3 1/2 acres subdlvldable all facilities including power. Could e 4-5 lots. Very reasonable price. F.P.  $29,250. Call Stan.  REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE: Treed & 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some alder fqr firewood. Easy-access from  the road and excellent topsoil. Serviced with power & water. FP  $12,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedroom up,  den & extra bedroom down. Double  plumbing. Heatilator fireplace In large  living room & rec room. Stucco exterior.  "Large lot Within walking dlttance to schools  and shops. Easy termt. Call Jack.  SECHELT VILLAG_E    _ $68900.00  Panoramic view of village and Trail Bay.  Like new spacious home with room for  everyone Including home occupancy in  tbwer level. Features are too numerous to  mention. Check them out with Bob 885-2503  ~jf   ROBERTS CREEK - $18,500. Privacy in the7 trees on this 1.3 acre  parcel with gentle  slope towards the sea. Hydro, phone and  reg. water at road. Call Don.  SECHELT VILLAGEr5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually -  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  VIEW ACREAGE ��� 5 acres in West Sechelt. Some view of the ocean.  Nicely treed. Good access. No logable timbers. F.P. $25,900.  ROBERTSCREEK ' $16,000ea.  Country lots ��� 3 to choose from. These Lots are 1/2 acre or over  close to school, store, golf course and beach access. Call Bob.  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  1000 ft. of Highway frontage. Good access and a small stream for  water. FP $22,900. "  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price ��� Sechelt Village. Just under 5!  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good road access. Partly cleared. Call  _StqDi__:-;_;:_..^_':.,.-. .7-.7.7      ...: '. :.: .:.h__, _l.h. .__'.....-....  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $20,000 each.  'SECHELT VILLAGE -t>. Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  ;.vView��f the, o|^Of\&J$tl}jnwall$iM,jJjstance to shopping. Sewered  this year.'AstyngT,$J3,500 ���',,"        '     ;'���''  WATERFRONT, W. SECrlELT  Pebble beach with your own road right to  water. 3'bdrms,  3 complete bathrooms,  recreation room, wine cellar and lots of  extras. View from all living areas. One of  the better waterfront homes on the coast.  Bob.  WEST SECHELT $6*97500  Good buy for size of Lot and development of  lower level of home. Newly completed'  houte with concrete drive and parking  areas. Room on Lot to build twlmmlng pool  or other uses. Landscaping done complete  with lawns. Move In and enloy. See with  Bob.  ,\J*ffi$y''.h'' ��7 .'ii'WSWiii  SECHELT $47,500  Near new, large, bright, economical three  bedroom home, 1 year new, 1260 sq ft.  Thermopane windows and doors, central  fireplace, open plan, no stairs, level lot.  targe sundeck, carport and storage. Good  value at $47,500, Call Don.  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 spacious comfortable home and enjoy a great view of  the Trail Islands. The rental from the fourplex on the property will  help pay expenses. This property Is large 80 x 474' and Is nicely  landscaped. Call Bob for more Information.  SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS OOINO CONCERN $74,600 PULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS t TRADI  Both of these tltet are Ideal for year-round tteady trade, 14 wather  dryers In ono location. 7 dryer* ahd 14 wathert In 2nd location, All  equipment In top condition. Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Grott revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further Information  call J, Andenon 885-2053 Vane 684-8016  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.   ^-  ���""-;~r----~-v;'      - *-r  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $12,500.  SELMA PARKVIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  !V,L1S?NJL   C?'EEK $11.500 ea.  Secluded building lots located on a quiet dead end street. The Lott  are 150 x 70', eaty to develop and flat with tome treet. Clote to a  good beach. In area of new hornet. (Stan)  HOPKINS LANDING. View lot clote to ferry ��� area of new homes  priced to sell at $13,000. Call Bob.  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg, Handy Sechelt locale.  Landscaped lot with U-drlveway. This home  It only 3 years old, clean & bright. Real  value, Call Jack.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� $16,000 each - 4 large country lots In the heart  of Robertt Creek. Private yet clote to tchool, beach, ttore and golf  coune, A great place to live for all aget. Take your pick.  A  P^AN  ��s  ir  r'/i-  00'  00'  *a r*  PLAN  ui or  * ro*  tor  HOMES  SELMA PARK ��� $15,000. 1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home. All new w/w Includes triple axles, tire's & wheels, hitch,  stove & fridge and 3 beds. This unit cannot be told from new, (See  Doug).   NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2,bedrpom  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. NEW 3 bdrm, Village, walk, to shopping  - carport, fireplace, wood exterior, btmt, Compare prlcet and buy  thlt one. Call Bob.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Clote to marine.  Atklng $13,500. Call Don, '  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  tell at $8,050 & $8,150. Owner will look at reasonable offert to  thete low prlcet.  DAVIS BAY SEA VIEW ��� 3 bedroom ranch ttyle home plus cozy In-law  suite with 3 pee bathroom, Situated on large landscaped view  property 100 x 200', Stove, fridge, wather & dryer Incl In home,  Alto stove & fridge In tulte, large bright kitchen separate dining  room with bay window, heatilator fireplace in large 22' Ivg room.  Just ttept to tandy beach. FP $54,900. Call Jack.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Sunthlne Helghtt Lot 67 x 125' In o district  containing tome fine new hornet, level and easy to clear. All  services. $2,000 down and easy monthly payments. FP $10,900,  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot in quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500.  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', treed, level. Services along paved road,  Reduced to $9,500. Call Don.  I'i  4  0*0*  i ro '  it'  4**  V  ,l��"  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision Ib located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  1/2 mile- west of Sechelt Village. Hydro, telephone and regional water serves the subdivision. The lots are wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision are  Included In the prospectus ��� ask for your free copy.  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 31 ��� SOLD  Lot 32 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� SOLD  lot 34��� $11,600  Lot 35 ��� SOLO  Lot 36 ��� $11,900  Lot 37 -r- $12,750  Lot 38 ��� $11,900  Lot 39 ��� SOLD  Lot 40 ��� $11,600  Lot. 41 ��� $12,700  Lot 42 ��� $15,500  Lot 43 ��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Lot 45 ��� $11,150  Lot 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lot 48 ��� ^SOLD  Lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot 50 ��� SOLD   :  AC?* ���  >���       #//  i0i  mmmmmmmmm  ��>   x_7 / /N    v   '*���'*_������ >��� ., oimentiont are given i  i ���".>., ! i *   J��       v\ _  Dimension! are given In both ����������� and melret.  V  ���h     d_%. 9, ���-��  U-  f  >.\  :��  w  r^.  ��l    r_*.    'a        '     ' '  TeJJP     '   '  ' \, _    '* __t$i*i^      '  I  '%"������  '6"y��  ���� /  ?8  \  K\<      �����>''  A'tV  t��  'tf\  X  r  '"��v^--'*^ji?:   *  t' /.  *       ^4v^J'%i-' y: - i;-'-;3&'  J.fr*  ��� i  .10  V  r-  I" '   ���'   ���! <��.  . '��' tl    S.l'  * *  s  :/\  i Wednesday, July 25,1979  Hie Peninsula Times  PaeeB-5  home f inanciang  Vein. Direct  681-7931  TORONTO ��� Builders,  realtors and the public across  Canada are giving1 an enthusiastic reception to FLIP  (Flexible Loan Insurance  Program), a new concept in  home financing first introduced in the Toronto area  this past March by the home  building firm of Victoria Wood  Development Corporation Inc.  FLIP is the first national  private sector conventional  graduated payment mortgage  (GPM) program in Canad.  The plan has received full  approval by the Toronto  Dominion Bank, following its  initial experience in granting  FLIP loans to buyers of  Victoria Wood homes in the  , Toronto vicinity.  - "We will be- introducing  FLIP on a national basis  across Canada as a permanent part of our mortgage  package," Bill Clarkson,  Assistant General Manager of  Mortgages, Toronto Dominion  Bank, announced July 9.  "FLIP has broad appeal to.  professionals, 25 to 35 years of  age, " says Clarkson. "To  date, the applications we have  received for FLIP mortgages  have been of excellent quality.  "We plan to~makFif~a regular  product available to licensed  builders  and; real  estate  developers."   '  The pyramid franchising  technique employed by  Victoria Wood to make FLIP  available across Canada is the  first such technique used in  Canadian home mortgage  financing. Richard M. Griffith, Vice President of  Marking and Sales of Victoria  Wood Development Corporation Inc., describes the  two types of licences being  offered: a) a sub-franchise to  use the licence to sell either  new or used homes for a  company's own accounts or b)  a distributorship which  permits the holder to either  use FLIP or sell sub-  franchises or both.  The_ FLIP plan is now  available to buyers of new and  resale homes in three  Canadian provinces . and 12  cities. FLIP makes use of the  buyer's downpayment to  reduce monthly payments  during the first five.years of  _home_j9wnewtoip._Franchises_  for the plan are^being offered.  by Victoria Wood Development Corporation, the company that pioneered FLIP in  Canada along with the  Toronto Dominion Bank and  the Mortgage Insurance-  Company of Canada (MICC).  Timber supply analysis  report completed  PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. analysis is. a surplus in wood  ��� The Prince George timber supply for the next 20 years.  supply area yield analysis   Additional timber volume  report has been completed by  the ministry of forests.  Regional manager Don  Grant said copies of the report  will be released at a public  information meeting Wednesday, July 18, 7:30 p.m. in  the Inn of the North in Prince  George.  The analysis, as required  under the new forest act,  contains short and long term  projections of wood supply  within the Prince George  _timb.er^_supply. 7areaV \JF_oeL  report indicates that the  present timber commitment  (volume of timber permitted  for harvesting eachyear) can  be maintained for both the  short term projection of 20  years and for the long term of  up to 300 years.  Also  indicated  in  the  may be available beyond the  20-year short term projection  and will be tested within five  years .when Jhe_next_timber_-  supply analysis has been  completed.  The timber supply analysis  will be used to determine the  annual allowable cut and  resource management plans  for the Prince George area:  Allocation of available wood  will then be approved by the  minister of forests.  . This is the second timber,  supply -area analysis- to - be-  completed in the province.  The first analysis completed  was for the Fort Nelson area.  The total area of me Prince  George timber supply area is  7.7 million hectares of which  5.9 million hectares are  classified as productive forest  land.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza, Gibsons Eves: Call  886-2000 Norm Peterson 886-2607  or Dennis Suveges 886-7264  Fully wlnterlxajd pott ft beam cottage for retirement or tummer  uie. Located approx 200 foot from the beach on a magnificent  unobstructed VIEW lot. It comet fully furnlthed and can be yourt  for ONLY 940,000.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� SHOULD SELL FASTI  Approx 2/3rd�� acre of level treed property |utt a couple of  blockt from the beach on Henderton Rd ��� $18,700, or a large  lot that hat been partially aelectlvely cleared at the, end of a  quiet dead-end road off Marlene Road ��� xonod for mobile  hornet. ONLY $10,300.  LOOKING FOR REVENUE?  Then enquire about thlt up * down duplex on a fantattk view lot  In tbe heart of Olbtont, Ownor he* |utt tporrl $13,000 on  remodelling. A good chance to capitalize on thlt Invettment,  BUY A RECREATIONAL LOT I  Priced from $8300-$10,000 with at low at $1000 Oownl I doubt  that prlcet will got any lower or th* termt any better, to you  thould act now I  THERE'S A CATCH TO IT I  Let't face It there hat to be ot thlt price I But I can tell you op-  frox 1-V2 ocret of Deeded Land with 290 ft of VVATIR-,  RONTAOE In tho general area of "West Sechelt for ONLY  $13,500 FP,  298-9541  h> llNUVfLto  ! It  123  RD.TIC 291-2881  <P  Where'Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  Homes  Ray Bernier. Sales Manager  for Mitten Realty,.is pleased  to 7 introduce TERRY  BRACKETT, a very enthusiastic newer member of  the Mittens Sales Staff.  Having always lived \n the  Sunshine Coast, Terry brings  with him a, very thorough  knowledge of the area  If you are considering the  purchase or sale of Real  Estate, please phone Terry at  885-9865. His desire to serve  will be a tremendous benefit  to you.  Industrial  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL  PARK  Now selljng _-��� light In-  ^sfriqirX��iyic����7_7com*  merclal. Located on Highway vlOl in the village of  Gibsons, Seamount Industrial Park provides a  mixed package of lots and  acreage- sites. Reasonably  priced, fully serviced with  347-600 volt.three phase  power, sewer, water,  paved roads and street  lighting. Lot sizes start at  ,50 x 150, $12,950. Call  Rene Sutherland, 885-  9362.  Homes  Homes  ILSON CREEK $35,000  Semi waterfront on lease  land. The 2 bedroom home is  .well maLnioined.~Large-iiving-  -and���dining���room ���combor  Property is carefully landscaped. The fridge, stove and  wahser are included. This is a  prepaid lease with 15 years  left. Call Suzanne Dunkerton  for more information, 885-  3971.  SECHELTVILLAGE      $58,500  An orchard in the Village.  Located just a few blocks  from shopping, transportation and schools, this  two bedroom gem has many,  many extras.- Double-windows, enclosed sun porch,  extra insulation, walnut built"  ins, and panelling, Harding  carpets, fop quality wall  coverings/all in immaculate  condition. The garden is a  blaze of color, and an enclosed vegetable garden is  waiting to be harvested. Call  Rene at 885-9362.  GOWER POINT WF , $84,250  Beaut if ully: landscaped two  bedroom - home with a  panoramic view of Gospel  Rock, the North Shore  Mountains and Vancouver  Island. Older style, quality  construction, the full  basement~is~ ready- to be  developed. For more information call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  VIEWI VIEWI VIEWI  _ _$25Q0-DOWN  For qualified buyers. Immed.  occupancy in quiet convenient Wilson Creek subdivision. $49,900. Further  details with Ray Bernier, 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson,  "885-53837  HOPKINS  79,000  Two bedrooms in this elegant  and comfortable home 1700.  sq. ft. on two levels. The large  dining and living room are set  off with the panoramic view  of water and mountains.  Kitchen is bright and spacious'  and also enjoys the view.|  Large 36 ft x 11 ft cedar;  sundeck overlooking the  tastefully landscaped garden.  The property is all fenced and  is close to the ferry. The  vendors are open to offers.  Coll Suzanne Dunkerton, 885^  3971.  SECHELTVILLAGE $45,000  Centrally located immaculate  3 bedroom home. Spacious  kitchen with lots of storage  area. Fireplace which is  shared by the living room and  the dining room. Lovely  garden with fruit trees,  berries, flowers and.  vegetables. Aluminum 10 x  10 ft. garage. Close to  schools, shopping and the  park. Phone Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  3971.  ROBERTS CREEK $59,000  Jamily���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,  beach.  groceryrstore &  Suzanne, 885-39717  Cal  SELMA PARK $14,000  Two bedrooms in this cozy  home. Large family kitchen  with a view. This is a lease  property with 16 years left.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  more info, 885-3971.  WILSON CREEK  For only $9000.00 you can  own this semi-waterfronf  unfinished cabin, complete  -with -15-year pre-paid lease.  For more details call Rene, at  885-9362.  WILSON CREEK WF $32,000  2 bedroom A frame with loft  and workshop, partially  furnished on two of the most  beautiful lots near Mission  Creek. Wading distance to  Davis Bay beach, yet off the  highway on a private road.  Fifteen years left on  -Dominion lease. For more-  details contact Rene, 885-  9362.  ^SELMAPARK ~"~ ~$J|"J001  Two bedrooms in this 600 ��  sq. ft. home. Combination  dining room and kitchen add  to the cozy atmosphere. The  fridge, stove, washer and  dryer are also included. This  is on lease land and has 16  years left. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more information.  Just Listed  DAVIS BAY $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.  REDROOFFS $45,000  Three bedroom 1339 sq. ft.  family home. Large living  room with acozy wood stove.  Kitchen is spacious with large  working areas as well as ots  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.  GRANTHAMS LANDING   ���  _ $29,500  A panoramic view from the  glassed in' sunporch. One  bedroom in this cozy home of  780 sq. ft. Large living room  with a fireplace and hard-  wood floors, 3/4 unfinished  basement, fridge and stove  and new wood burner included Close���ta_ the-ferry r-  ���schools?���shopping���and���the-  beach.       Call       Suzanne  Dunkerton for. viewing, _8_8JEL_  3971.  DAVISBAY $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 Henderson, 885-5383 or Ray  Bernier, 885-5225.  885-3295  Box 979 Secheit, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Waterfront  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.  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 more details,  885-9362.  DAVISBAY $32,900  Specatacular view from this  waterfront lot in one of our  most desirable areas. Sloped  lot has a lovely beach and is  nicely treed. For more infor  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  Acreage  ROBERTS CREEK $89,500  5 acres of beautiful bottom  land with a southern exposure. Large organic  -vegetable-garden,- fruit-trees  and pasture areas, PLUS a  custom built 1700 sq. ft. three  storey 4 bedroom home.  Quality and craftmanship  have created an inspiring  living space. Leaded -glass  windows, cedar finishing  inside, paykay floors.- A  sauna outside .that will seat  10 people. An outbuilding  which could be converted into  a quest cottage. This property  must' be   seen   if   you   ore  looking   for    acreage    with  comfor-t^i-Gall Suzanne-  Dunkerton- f orappJt- to~view,~  885-3971.  -ROBERTS CREEK $297500  Enjoy the privacy and  peaceful surroundings on this  nice level treed acreage. In  the ALR. For more information contact Terry  Brackett. 885-9865.  WEST SECHELT 2 acres $39,700  Cute   one   bedroom , .house,.  chicken   house,   large   truss  roof outbuilding situated on  2+  acres on  good cleared  -�� levej land. Fruit trees, excellent well. To view call  Rene, 885-9362.  Business Opportunities  Drycleaning Business situated in Gibsons & Sechelt. No  competition. Ideal family operation. Priced to sell. For more  information, please call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.  WEST SECHELT - VIEW LOTS  Two beautiful view lots  located side by side. These  lots have 92' and 95* of  frontage on Hwy 101 and are  nicely treed. Each lot Is priced  at $17,500; or try offers on  them together I MLS. For  more information'call 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 Ross, 885-9250.  ROBERTSCREEK $15,000  VIEW plus 94 ft of creekside  and 164ft of depth. Centrally  located to schools, shopping  and beach. Peculation ha*  been approved as well as  building plans. Exceljeht  '"residential lot. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  WINN RD. OIBSONS  $15,000  Build the home for your  future on this extra large lot.  Close to all amenities plus a  gorgeous view. Call Suzanne  for more Information, 885-  3971.  SELMA PARK $14,900  Large woodsy view lot with  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.  GARDEN BAY EST.    $13,500  Just listed MLS - super view  lot in sub-division of beautiful  homes. Pie-shaped with nice  flat rock bluff - excellent for  building. Ray Bernler, 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.  Lots  WEST SECHELT $11,900  Nice level lot with potential  view. All services, priced for  quick   sale.   Contact   Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  $10,000.  Just listed 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.  PENDER HARBOUR   $12,500  Large view lot on Malcolm Rd.  Site already cleared for  building, serviced with  regional water and hydro.  Trailers permitted. Also  beach access dole by. Call  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  TUWANEK VIEW $9,000  Close to beach. Vendor will  carry agreement for sale. For  more details, phone Rene at  885-9362.  SANDY HOOK $13,500  The vendor will accept a low  down payment and  agreement for sale on this 58  x 346 foot potential view lot.  Storage shed and some  building materials Included.  On private. paved road,  potential view, one of the  nicer Sandy Hook lots. Call  Rene, 885-9362.  KEATS ISLAND  This summer retreat you've  been looking for? A comer  lot. with a view at only  $7,500. Hydro and water  available. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  DAVIS BAY VIEW        $15,500  A short walk to the best  swimming and fishing on the  Coast. Nicely sloping cleared  lot, good garden soil, in an  area of well-kept homes.  Beautiful view across  Georgia Strait to Vancouver  Island. To view, call Don or  Rene  Sutherland,   885-9362.  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.  SECHELT $15,000 ea.  Two nicely treed lots, side by  side, totalling approximately  200' of highway frontage.  Close to Chatelech Junior  .Secondary School. To view  call Don or Rene Sutherland,  885-9362.  CREEKSIDE PLACE  Residential Mobile Home  Subdivision  13 Fully serviced lots, situated  approximately 2 miles northwest  of Sechelt, corner of. Mason &  Norwest Bay Road. Level lots to  facilitate both single & double wide  trailers.  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The new appointments  are:  John Johnston, assistant  [deputy minister (finance and  administration). He comes to  the ministry from the  provincial treasury board  where he served as senior  analyst. He succeeds Peter  J.J. Hemphill who retired last  months, and his appointment  is effective-July 25.  John Sheppard, director of  the ministry's newly created  legal and administrative  services branch, effective  July 18. He has served with  the ministry's personnel  branch since August of last  ryearrand More ttiatwas with  the ministry of the en--  vironment. He has had extensive experience in administrative management  with the   Canadian  armed  -forces- both as - senior staff  office and as a line manager,  Howard Taylor, director of  technical services branch,  effective last June 1. Taylor  has been with the ministry  since 1946 and formerly held  the position of manager;  building and marine services,  engineering branch.  " Frank Hegyi, director of  the ministry's, inventory  branch, effective July 1. He  joined the inventory branch in  May, 1977, following 11 years  with the Canadian forestry  service. He has served as  acting director of the inventory branch since the  summer of last year following  the retirement of Dennis  Glew.  Harry Marshall, director  of .��� the newly, created  recreation branch of the  ministry. He has been with, the  forests ministry since May of  1958, and. was formerly  forester-in-charge of  recreation with the planning  branch. His new appointment  was effective July 1.  Cym (pronounced Kim)  Williams, ' ] director of  engineering branch, effective  July 1. His career with the  ministry started in May of  1954 and since then he has  served with the engineering  branch.  William (BUI), Lehrle,  director of timber  management branch, effective July 1. He joined the  ministry in May of 1950 and  since October, 1973, has  headed the engineering  branch. The top post in the  timber management branch  was formerly held by A.B.  (Tony) Robinson whose appointment . as regional  manager for the Kamloops  forest region was announced  late last month.  Wednesday, July 25,1979 The Peninsula Times PageB-6  ?����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������!  SUNNYCREST  -        SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277    \>_J AND UND development ltd.  *r\ ^ R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  *   CONVEYANCING. REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  Trust is the issue  By W. ROGER WORTH  Canadians are having a  difficult time trusting  business people, these days,  and with good reason.  In the past,  consumers  were confident the  local  butcher wasn't about to tip the  scales with his finger. The  meat cutter, in many cases,  was a personal friend, or at  least an acquaintance.  _ _Now,_ consumersJiave to  contend with supermarket,  chains caught mixing-low-  priced pork with beef, cooly  selling the concoction at  higher-than-high beef prices.  Fertilizer companies think  nothing of short-changing  their customers by selling  under-weight products, some  as much as 10 pounds less than  the amount indicated.  Many large companies  have also taken advantage of  the move to the metric  system, hiking prices by  inordinate amounts to increase profit margins.  Even the government.  operated post office joined the  trend when it announced most  mailing costs would not- rise  when it changed to metric,  neatly evading the fact that a  lot of customers are going to  pay considerably more money"  - forJhe-service   Then...there's ..the[.quality  issue. '^"71".  The number *of product  recalls has increased so  dramatically that the  Canadian public now takes  them for granted.  In , fact, the automotive  companies are now recalling  more cars than they sell every  year.  Canadians have come a  long way from, the good old  days when a Model A ran for  10 years, developing few  problems that couldn't be  overcome with a little binder  twine and a recycled wad of  chewing gum.  The list goes on.  The aircraft industry and  government authorities apparently feel it's not important to inform the flying  public that 506 faulty engine  mounts have been found on  FLORON  -AGENCIESZTDt  leal Estate & Insurance  Box 238,.589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  *H9  886-2248  LANGDALE ��� Panoramic vi*w 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 FPdnd w/w carpeting. Range, irldge and drapes included.  Carport wlt>1pc^(d'drive7Su  SELMA PARK ��� Luxurious custom built home has three bdrms, also  completely finished basement. Cathedral entrance is brightened by  mirror wall; deluxe carpeting throughout and many extra features, i.e.  builtln oven, dishwasher, etc. Exterior Is finished with vinyl siding;  property is landscaped and has a view to Trail Islands. Just a 1/4 mile to  school and located in choice residential area. Don't fail to see this fine  home. Asking $67,000.00  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 tower Road; full basement with a/o  heat; large jot 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 pat|o 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; ne,w 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.  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.  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 proporty,  potential View. Asking $8,750 each. ���,,    .  ROSAMUND ROAD  each.  Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  GIBSONS ��� Level cleared lot In Gibsons Village on sewer and water, 62'  x 182 , obtainable with small down payment of $3,500. Inquire for fur-  ther details.  WHARF ROAD  offer.  Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65' x 193*. Try your  Evenings Call: Ron McSavaney, 885-3339  George Cooper, 886-9344  John Black, 886-7316;  commercial jets during a six  -year:period. " ~���~ -- ~~  Soft drink manufacturers  blanket the country with  exploding pop bottles, then  balk "when Ottawa asks them  fflcely"to"s1��p"using'the���con="  tainers. At , least one  manufacturer, it seems,  wants a direct order from the  government before he will act.  Yet it's beleaguered  smaller retailers, car dealers,  travel agents and other independent entrepreneurs oh  the firing line who bear the  brunt of public complaints  about these abuses. Fur-  therT these smaller businesses  are forced to accept such,  criticism, particularly if they  -operate-hy-the-credo-that-'Jthe-  -customer-is always-right.-'-  What's to be done?  It's time all business  _pe_ople_��� specifically,, the  executives of - major companies ��� provide straightforward answers to the public  on quality and pricing  policies.  By evading or stonewalling  contentious issues, Canada's  . corporate elite are slowly but ���;  surely eroding public confidence in the free-enterprise  system.  New foreign  exchange  Tourism B.C. has opened a  complete . foreign-exchange  facility at its tourist, information centre at the  Canada:U.S. boarder, junction of Highway 99 and Interstate 5, Tourism and Small  Business Development  Minister Don Phillips announced today.  "The new service ��� the  first of its kind in Canada ��� is  being provided by Mercury  International, the firm which  originated and at present  operates foreign exchange  facilities at all major in-  ��� ternational airports in the  country," the minister said.  Phillips noted that Mercury International was the  first firm to respond to a  challenge to the private sector j  by. the former tourism and  small business development  minister, Elwood Veitch, to I  provide foreign-exchange I  services at the border  crossing.  "Mercury International  offered Its services and after  negotiations It was agreed to  lease space at the Douglas  Information centre to the firm  to provide a convenient, fast  and tlmo-savlng service for  visitors and Capadl������8.". the,,.  minister said.  Mercury International at  present handles tho largestI  volume of foreign banknotes  In Canada and Is tho broker  for all Canadian banks.  "Tho firm maintains  computer contact with the  mostrrespected banking in*  stltutloiw all over the world,  , assuring knowledge of up-to-  the-mlnuto rates of ex-  change," he said.  Phillips said some 70,000 to  00,000 visitors and Canadians  are serviced by tho year-  round Information centre  annually, *  An advance highway sigh  Indicating the new forelgn-  exhango service will be posted  and this should encourage  more visitors to stop at the  ���*   ��� , *lwaWlveia]M|BwSjaiaiSWlB*e*,'.. '���'we"''* V^..;.   *"W: |. Pff^^p^fl*vr>rT*.  Tourism B.C.'s offices in  Seattle, Los Angeles and San  Francisco will also advise  prospective travellers to B.C;  of the new facility.  VANCOUVER  TOLLt REE  6824513  PRATT ROAD - NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION  New throe bedroom home on large lot  dotted with fruit trees. Sunken living room  with open celling and fireplace. Bathroom  has separate make-up counter. Kitchen has  built-in Jenn-Alr range, drop-in oven and  dishwasher. 8x22, sundeck. Carport with  7x17 storage. $52,500  CAU 886-2277 TO VIEW  HWY 101 & ARGENT RD: In the heart of  Roberts Creek. 8/10 of an acre of nicety  treed, gently sloping land. With 600 square  feet two bedroom home presently heated  with wood burning heater, but wired for  220 volts. Second dwelling permitted and  could be built behind existing building.  $24,900.  LOOKOUT AVENUE: Near new three'  bedroom home in good condition on large  view lot in new subdivision |ust past the  Sunshine Coast-Arena-inSecheltr-Boating  _fac_llitie_s_c|ose_byz Owner is transferred and  you may ~have- Irmffelllale-"possession."  $51,900.  WILLIAMSONS LANDING: This beautiful  summer or year-round luxury home must be  seen to be believed. A 200 foot high and  lowtldeTdoclTmcike-thTslhe home for~tHe~  boater. Fishing, water skiing, and pleasure  boating all out the front door on 100 feet of  your own. .78 acres of waterfront property.  Beautiful 1280 square feet A-frame house  features three bedrooms with loft and part  finished basement. 25 x '8 sundeck  overlooks Howe Sound. Large guest cottage  with fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and  sUndeck. $97,500.  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: Affordable housing  available in Gibsons. This new double wide  mobile is fully furnished. Two bedrooms,  built-in china cabinet in dining room, wall to  wall carpeting. Fridge and stove. Carport  and good dry storage in crawlspace. Fully  landscaped. Call or come in and discuss the  easy financing. $47,500.        LOOKOUT-DR ^Overlooking _ P_ orp9_ls_eJBay   this War new 1200 square feet basement  home has everything a family would want  for comfortable living and more. Four  bedrooms, full bath plus ensuite, con-  "veriienTutilityiroom-.upstalrs andplenty qf-j  cupboards and cabinets. Situated on a  completely landscaped tot in quiet  residential area. Other features include  huge rec room, two fireplaces, twin seal  windows and screens. Priced for a quick  sale. $49,900.  PRATT RD:New on the market. Lovely ranch  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-li~  mostly In huge trees for complete privacy.  This .beautiful home must be seen to be  believed. $109,500.  1286 HEADLANDS ROAD: This three  bedroom home is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching^rampr GrfJat^tlvlngToom " foT"  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4  mortgage. $42,900. -   POPLAR LANE: Only one block from schools  and shopping with 2084 square feet of  finished home. This split level custom home  features heatilator fireplace, 2-1/2 baths, (3  piece ensuite off the master bedroom) with  7x8 walk-in closet. 20 x 17 family room  opens on to a large sundeck with wraparound benches. Concrete driveway leads  up to double fully enclosed garage. Many  special features that must be seen. $69,900.  1539 SARGENT RD: Four bedroom  executive home. Sunken livingroom, floor  to ceiling fireplaces up and down. Large rec  room with built in bar. Panoramic view,  KeatsrGibsons ttarbourand Georgia Strait-  Many extrafeatures-$69;900.   1597 SARGENT ROAD: Imagine! Absolute  privacy in your large beautifully landscaped  back yard with fruit trees etc, and a  spectacular view of-the ocean- from -the.  front. All this right In the heart of Gibsons.  Close to schools, shopping etc. Immaculate  three bedroom well-built home with 1/2  basement, fireplace and sundeck. Priced to  sell $58,000.  POPLAR LANE: Sunny location on popular  Poplar Lane. Three bedrooms, plus ensuite,  style, . three ..bedroom,. 1212 ^qupre feet ^nugekitchen, with large dining are a. Lots of  1    Large level lot 75 x  143'. ,-;Cedar     room'for expansion. The whole family wilt  find themselves within walking distance to  schools, shopping and recreation. $48,500.  level lot 75 x 143',. .^edar  In living room. Close to new  school.   Owner   transferred.  home.  feature wall  elementary  $46,900.  JOHNSON & FORBES: This brand new three  bedroom Rancher must be seen to be appreciated. Features large family room,  fireplace, attached garage, utility room, top  quality wall to wall carpeting, bathroom  access from master bedroom and large lot  ready for landscaping. Close, to the ferry  terminal. Must sell quickly. $47,000  HILLCREST RD: Own your own three  bedroom home on Strata Title. Exceptional,  investment. This 1280 square foot home,  has 1 1/2 baths, sundeck, close to shopping,  schools, etc. Only 1 year old. Presently  rented for $300.00 per month. Buy It now  and It can almost pay for itself. Priced for  quick sale. All offers considered; Owner  says sell. $34,895.  jLfilS  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot  with view of North Shore Mountains.  Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac only  one block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  and schools, All. services Including sewer.  Adjacent to grass playing field. $16,900,  SHOAL LOOKOUT: View lot with approval,  for ordinary septic tank; lots of nice homes  In this attractive area. $19,900.  GRANDVIEW & HEAD: View lots, all services, ready to build on. Close to ocean  beach access and close to Gibsons. Priced  from $13,500.  BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large  view lots In quiet cul de sac. All services,  easy car top 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 exposure, 1-1/2 blocks to schools  and shopping centre. Priced from $13,900.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Beautiful 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  i with concrete drlvewqy to building site,  i Panoramic view of Howe Sound Islands and  North Shore Mountains. You can hear the  waves as you watch them lap up on the  shore. Building site Is cleared and ready to  go. $16,900,  GOWER �� MABEL RD; Large seml-waterfront  view lots In quiet rural area. Short walk to  Ihe beach. In Cedar Grove School district.  Ideal for housing or a hedge against Inflation, Buy and Invest now. Priced from  $15,900.  REDROOFFS RD: View lot. $2,000 down.'  75x560', Some large treed, Located near  Coopers Green. $12,500, ,  SMITH RD: Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and ocean view, Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000.  COACH RDi Roberts Creek. Large lot 70 x  270 In quiet rural subdivision, Ready to  build on, Owner Is anxious to sell and offers  excellent terms, Asking price $12,000, Try  $2,500 down payment, $130 per month ��  12% Interest.  i  GOWER PT RD at 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property, Approximately 00, x 250. R2  'Konea with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  I by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property.  ''"PaTflally" clear e��|,l"''Crbse lo"0|Esoni" and]'  ut;|ote'-tO"the'bfOttT,'"$17',900.- ���-��������������  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  iof elaborate homes. Two blocks to schools  and shopping. $19,900.  GRANDVIEW ROAD: Gower Point area view  lot. Almost 1/2 acre nicely treed lot on  Grandvlew Road |ust off Chaster. Area of  nice homes, Surrounding lots are of similar  size. Water hook-up paid and hydro temporary service pole In. $16,900.  SKYLINE DR: This 70x59x131x122 foot lot  with expansive view of the Bay area and  Gibsons Village Is very well priced,  $11,500.  CONRAD RD: Two bedroom home with two  full bathrooms situated on 2-1/2 acres of'  level treed 'land. Creek runs through the  property only 60 feet from the front door of  the cottage. Ideal starter home or  recreational property. $29,900.  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 I  the beach used all year round. Make an j  op1 point men t to view now. $145,000. I  CRUCIL RD: Big familyl Then this four I  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the-]  home you've been looking for. Full I  basement with rec room, utility and i  roughed in plumbing. Intercom Inside and  out. Large sundeck over carport. This home I  is located on a quiet view lot, yet convenient to the Village of Gibsons. $56,000.  DAVIDSON^RDricin-gdaler-Excltlng-multi--  level contemporary home on large treed,  view lot located in quiet area and offering  privacy and seclusion. Many outstanding  features such as high ceilings, skylights,  stone and brick fireplaces with heatilators,  quality carpets, sauna (unfinished). Dream  ~kitchen~~wlth    sunlight ~celllng,-"custom-  cabinets, deluxe built-in appliances, "green  - house!' .window. Sundecks and patios for  outdoor entertaining. Nicely landscaped1  with lush lawns, flowerbeds and vegetable  patch. Only a' skip and a jump to the  Langdale ferry terminal. Excellent financing  dt only 10-1/4%. A must see for the city  escapee. $85,000.  CENTRAL AVE: Granthams. Beautiful home  on double wide lot. Million dollar view of  Keats & Howe Sound. Dining room has  sliding doors opening onto the balcony.  Revenue with suites currently rented at  50 and $200. Perfect investmentr-Ptlce.  to sell. $49,900.  HWY 101 ��� WILSON CREEK: One bedroom  j  xhome-wlth-great-potentlal-as-revenue-or~|  starter���home.-Over--onehalf-acre-of  in-  i  credible land, 80 x 300, level and ideal for a"  garden. Dedicated road at back of I  property. $27,900.   |  _KEARTON,_Rp:  For  the horse  lovers. An  |  excellent four bedroom home,  featuring |  livingroom   with   fireplace,   family   room i  dining area and brand new kitchen. Two  sundecks and large patio. All this on 2.5 j  acres of level land in qutet area. Close 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 :  POPLAR LANE: Over 1500 square feet of  livingspace. On 130 x 70 lot, sewer connected. Ensuite plumbing. On new foundation. Needs Handyman. $34,900.  POPLAR LANE: Large three bedroom home,  master with ensuite. Living room with  California sandstone fireplace. Walking  distance to stores, schools, sports and  recreation. $59,500.  COMMERCIAL  COMMERCIAL: Large lot, 82' on Hwy lOl  and 271' on School Rd. CDA. Zone could be  commercial. Prime opportunity to develop.  $45,000.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY; HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT ��� Excellent business  Investment on the Sunshine Coast. This  grocery and sundry store Is located In the  heart of Hopkins Landing, just minutes to  the Longdate ferry. Ideally situated on 90  feet of, level, walk-out WATERFRONTAGE,  being the only commercially zoned property  In this area, the land Itself Is extremely  valuable. Aside from store profits there Is  additional revenue from other sources, such  as collection of wharfinger fees from tho  government wharf ad|olning 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.  V  B  MKAfiE  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: In Gibsons  Village on North Road. Lots for single wides.,  double wides and conventional homes, All  on sewer, water, hydro and all within three  blockt of the shopping centre, schools and  medical clinic. Priced from $10,900 to  $19,900.  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  View lots. Ari area of new ond varied  homes. These lots offer themselves to many  different building locations. En|oy privacy  and the view of Howe Sound. Priced from  $12,900.  5CHOOL & WYNOART ROADS: Only 4 ol  these Duplex lots left. Beautiful view  properties overlooking the Bay. Close to  , schools and shopping. All lots perfectly  suited to slde-by-ilde or up-down duplex  construction,  Priced  HWY 101 ft ARGENT RD; 6/10 of an acre of  treed land In Roberts Creek two blocks from  the Masonic Hall. Two dwellings allowed on  the property, 100 feet of highway frontage  that would be Ideal for domestic Industry  site with home behind. On hydro and  regional water, $14,900.  DAVIDSON ROADi 2/5 of an acre wllh a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge. This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  property. All new hom��s In this area,  $14,900.  >  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  ~US_\, Fullvliwof the inlet; Piped com-  tmmlty water available, $9,900,  SCHOOL RD: 1.56 acres ad|acent to the  elementary school. Could be subdivided to  lots. On sewer and all services, $58,000.  HWY 101: Approximately 16 acres, 2nd I  growth trees, level, great for a hobby'farm.' |  Close to Gibsons. Good holding property I  and priced at only $4,000 per acre. See this i  now. Large acreages are getting scarce,  $64,000,  CHASTER RD: Two acres of nicely treed,  level land across the street from Cedar  Grove School, Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 acre lots. Excellent for hobby farm  or Investment. $30,000,  ARGENT 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; ��17 acres |  vacant land located on Highway 101,  Mlddlepolnt, 30�� miles from Gibsons.  Logging road, not In use, through property.  Averoge subdivision size permitted 1/2  acre. Southerly exposure and good view.  $38,900.  MIDDLEPOINT HIGHWAY 101: ��20 acres  with Insulated cottage |ust remodelled,  Located on Highway 1Q1 In Mlddlepolnt  db38 miles from Gibsons. Average subdivision size permitted 1/2 acre, Cottage  has all services, southerly exposure and  view   from   higher   elevation   at   rear,  .. $49,300, ...  HIGHWAY 101: 21 acres of gorgeous treed  property on Highway 101 directly across  from the Sunshine Coast Ooll Course. A1-C  zoning permits subdivision, domestic Industry, all types of animals, agriculture, J  '-' campsite, i^Ut jsM,*oramerclal outdopf  recreation, drive-In theatre etc,  $99,000.1  B  ���  LORRIE GIRARD  8867760  JON McRAE  885-3670  ANNEGURNEY  886-2164  CHRIS KANKAINEN  8*5-3545  ARM PETTERSEN  886-9793  JAYVISSER  885*3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  STEVE SAWYER  885-2691  IMI  f5}  I _u_._  ,v ��f   '  ft s��  Wednesday, July 25,1979  The Peninsula Times.  Page 9-7  For Sale  For Sale  MUSKOL INSECT Repellent -  Proved Best 100 pet. Active, wipe-on,1 virtually  odourless. 50ml bottle $4.50  postpaid. Siskon Sales, Box  310. Brackendale, B.C. VON  IHO. Dealers needed - Phone  898-5998. 1723-35  DANISH   - STYLE     contemporary sofa. Green wool  upholstery, $100.883-2287.  _ 1628-36  SINGLE BEDS w. frame. Bed  chesterfield, console  stereo, tete-a-tete, solid pine  table & 2 chairs, chest of  drawers. 886-7630 Fri: &Sat.  - 1733-35  (1) 1973 PRENTICE RT 60QB,  , Hydraulic Log Roller.' B  boom, 4-wheel drive,' 4-wheel  ���steer carrier, Vancouver,  $82,000. (2) 1975 2500 Tira-  berjacfc with 25 Weldco  Grapple, 23.5x25 tires - 80  pet., excellent, Peace River,  $47,500. (3) 1977 P&H 1250 1%  Yard Hydraulic Excavator  with dozer-type u-c, bush  guarding, Vk yd bucket with  teeth, total hours 1600, Vancouver, $110,000. Phone 271-  0343 or 687-2872. 1726-35  FOR PARTS '65 Galaxie 500 ih  exc. mechanical cond. 352  . auto, $150 for entire car. 885-  2339. 1737-35  BABINE RIVER RESORT  Accommodotlons for 20 or more.  Completely equipped & ready' to go.  Boat or plane access. Asking  $78,000. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  v.V'  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  PEBBLE CRESCENT L-170  1277,1 house with many fine features such as stuccoed exterior  (no painting) a lovely warm brick fireplace with slate hearth,  two full bathrooms, two bedrooms, utility room. Also included  with this sale Is the fridge and stove, level lot with rock walls_  rarour��^^afden7Froit-trees.-CToseto-all-amenitlesrRfeDUCED~ ���\  FROM $46,000 to $44,000. Call Pat to view at 885-5171.  SPECIAL WATERFRONT L-153  Waterfront.  1400 sq ft home is now on the market.  173'  waterfront x 469' depth. It's approx 1.82 acre. Own private  _water_ .system* J!he_Jl JjedroonLhome_also__off era a_ spacious.  rumpus room, and a 3,-car garage. Presently rented is the 600 sq  ft 1 bdrm guest cottage! FP $115,000.  CROWE ROAD 1-176  Owner has been transferred, so this 2500 plus square foot, 7  bedrooms (3 up, 4 down) home Is for sale. Wall to wall carpets,  two brick fireplaces, ensuite bathroom to mstr bdrm, 32x25'  sundeck, two car enclosed garage, horse paddock. Approx1 1  acre cleared, lots of vegetable gardens and a pathway all  around property. Fruit trees and quite a nice stand of trees on  property. To make appointment to view this lovely family home  call Pat, 885-5171. FP $88,500.  NEW ON MARKET - $46,900  Lower Gibsons, very clean, 2 bdrm,  sun room, fireplace. Beautiful yard,  patio, workshop. Call Eva Carsky  886-7126 or 885-3271 for'more  details. '  '  '     WATERFRONT -$69,500  Overlooks     Porpoise'    Bay.     4  bedrooms, boat locker,'workshop &  greenhouse.    Walk    to', stores , &  marina. Chuck Dowman,- 885-9374.  JUST BEING FINISHED-  ���      SARGENT BAY AREA  Three level home on Redrooffs Road,  overlooking Sargents Bay. 3 large  bdrms, fireplace, family room, fishpond and a huge workshop-barn.  $82,900. Larry Reardon,. 885-3924.  ... ,,'.   ,._."���,,-���,,j  YEAR ROUND CREEK  Is one of many features that accent  this 64- acre home on Reid Road.  This' represents real value at  $89,000. Rita Percheson, 885-5706.  '    UP ft DOWN DUPLEX* $49,500  Located on ��� 1 ACRE,' near Roberts  Creek on Hwy 101. LARGE 3  bedroom with\ excellent revenue  potential.'offers. Ed Baker, 885-  2641.  I��  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, Wharf Road  'Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  r.ASf^7^;<  \*_t& fa  WILSON CREEK VIEW ��� $56,500  3 bdrm newer, full basement home  J has water VIEW, ensuite plumbing, 2  fireplaces   and-much   more.   Rita  Percheson 885-5706.  GREAT FOR THE FAMILY ��� $62,900 .  The kitchen-nook-living room is  designed for. family get-togethers.  Includes 3 bdrms, workshop, garage.  Larry Reardon, 885-3924.  *V, 3*\ /Sic  FANTASTIC VIEW  3 bedrooms with basement. Area of  new homes, Wilson Creek. Asking  $49,900."Eva Carsky 886-7126.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  -BAT-MURP-HY-  885*9467  Sunshine Coast"   TREV GODDARD   886-2658   LOTS  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 Reardon 885-3924.'  SUNSHINE BAY ESTATES  r__-^���__-_..NEWjmjMARKET_______  These choice" arbutus treed ~VIEW7  LOTSin Halfmoon Bay have beautiful  water  view  and   are   priced   from  $13,500r Rita Percheson 885-5706.  MARLENE DEVELOPMENT  -Over���l/4-acre-building_lot-Nicely-  treed, all services. $10,900. Call Ed  Baker, 885-2641.  ED BAKER  885-2641  PRESTIGE WEST SECHELT  Partial VIEW building (ot on Derby  Road. Fully serviced. Near level and  - Is cleared for building. $9,500. ftita  Percheson, 885-5706.  HALFMOON BAY -WESCAN ROAD  Large lot 91 x 340'with evergreens,  -seclusion.,ldeal4oc4umijiec-retreat^  Try $9,500 -ASSESSED at $11,500.  Call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  SARGENT ROAD ��� GIBSONS ��� $14,500  BEAUTIFUL VIEW LOT in an area of  new homes. Fully' serviced with  sewer. Close to schools and shopping. Eva Carsky, 886-7126.  EVA CARSKY  886-7126  COMMERCIAL  GIBSONS AREA ��� INDUSTRIAL  ACREAGE  Close to 5 ACRE parcel In 15 ACRE  INDUSTRIAL PARK. Plenty of room to  develop or develop to suit and  sublease' remainder. This is an  EXTREMELY RARE large block of  -.Industrial(Ll��)L zoned prope.rty,._CglL  Rita Percheson for more details. 885-  5706.  INVESTMENT REVENUE-$155,000  Attractive 7-suite rental unit. Steady  clientele. No vacancies for years.  Handy location in village. Call Ed  Baker for more details,  885-2641.  CHUCK DOW/WAN  885-9374  ACREAGE  ,-i 5 ACRES-$38,500  Built-in pension. Build on one corner  and subdivide into lots, when time is  ripe. Partially cleared -and in the  VILLAGE. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  38.8 ACRES - NORTH OF LANGDALE  On Hwy 101, ripe for subdivision into  ~5 "acre" parcels;- $80,000.- CalU-Rita^  Percheson for  more  details.  885-  5706 or 885-3271.  11 ACRES-PRATT ROAD  Just outside Gibsons Village, fully  _servlced__except   sewer. Jdeal   for  holding or development.   $57,500.  Ken Wells, 886-7223.  \  RITA PERCHESON  885-5706  3.78 ACRES ON GARDEN BAY  Near head of Oyster Bay, Ideal  recreation property. Nicely wooded,  some pasture and stream. Asking  $19,900. Call Ken Wells, 886-7223.  -    RARE 25 ACRES-$62,000  Only 5 minutes WEST OF SECHELT.  High and dry, mostly treed. Chuck  "Dowmanr. 885-9374.  CHASTER ROAD  Large lot in fast growing area, nicely  treated, $12,500. Eva Carsky, 886-  7126."    ~~~     "    "        ���  LARRY REARDON  885-3924  SPECTACULAR VIEW LOT   No. 3848  The view in Davis Bay is great ��� lovely sunsets over the water.  The lot is big ��� 71x193'; it is level and serviced. It is also priced  below similar offerings ��� just $14,500 full price. Call Peter ���  885-9463 eves.  UNIQUE DESIGN  No. 145  3 bedrooms, delightful kitchen, especially different dlnlng-llvlng  room; more than 2500 sq ft of main floor area plus good-sized  basement and concreted patios for easy entertainment and  exceptional view. $125,000 asking. "Tiny Bob" 885-9461  TRUMAN RD.-HALFM00N BAY VIEW  No. 4107  Do you hunger for quiet and beauty. You'll find It here on this  grand spot. In Square Bay, views of water 8, Islands; loads of  Arbutus trees & close to boat launch. All services Including  sewer. Price just $12,500firm. Peter��� 885-9463 eves.  COUNTING PENNIES? WHETHER YOURE BUYING OR SELLING  LOOK FOR VALUE AND CONVENIENCE IN THE CLASSIFIEDS!  \,r7,;���;  ���������;....������  :!....��� -_:-> :��� ;-.'.)'.  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A -Bft    -S-8BBK HBBBlt  PREFINISHED  WALLPANELLING  4 colors,  Peninsula  Cedar,  Atlantic  Oak,  Bonanza Walnut, Bargain Bay Birch.  .���*$,M $Q95  # o  PRESSURE TREATED ROUND POSTS  _Vi"xm ft. **��no  Reg. $2.49 each  *sr*_f  \^  V  DON'T MISS THIS  ELECTRICAL  EXTENSION  CORDS  15 meter (49 ft.;) save$2.00.... sale 9  30 meter (98 ft.) save $3.00  sale  sale  JUST lip TIME  CAMPING FOAM  Xaa XI.;   save $2.00.  3"wOO"v79"R*8' *16*9'  X��19   XIZ   SAVE$3.00.  3����w/lfl"v70" R*8* A20,99  XlO   XImi    SAVE$4.00,  4t��vaO��'v79" R,8* *22,99  X09   XIA    SAVE $5.00.  4"x48"x72"^bV67.o.'  SALE  $Q99  SALE   **  $13"  SALE   IV  $17M  PEAT MOSS R.g%7.95.  LAWN FERTILIZER R,gW"sAL?549  Reg. $5.99  GARDEN FERTIUZER   sale  STEER MANURE^ ��.��s sAiE  RUBBER VINYL HOSES  I  R.g.$5.99|q49  $949  E   dm  Vz"xW  R��g. $9.50  $T99  SALE    I  SALE  ��� SALE  99  FLUORESCENT LIGHT FIXTURES  $9499  2 Iightsx48" Reg. $27.95   SALE  mWT  FIBREGLASS REPAIR KITS  material to do 38W'W $A99  equivalent area Reg. $5.85      SALE ���  POLY HANDY ROLLS  250 sq. ft. 004 mil Reg. $7.49 SALE,  PARLOUR STOVES   $* ��Q00  (2 only) Reg. $199.00   SALE *W%F  |||��MI     |*|     Hill  jus 1 in I imE  ~\  BATHROOM  EXHAUST FANS  Reg.  $15.65  SALE  ^<.-*,,*m~ "w*->w��itf��*9!siti  $599  2  ends, Reg. $7.95     SALE  |A|UITC  If ill Id  TAI I ITT CCATC  R��a.        5E99  $7.95.... SALE , W    ���   .  PRESSURE  TREATED  FENCING  BOARDS  4x4x��  Reg. 84c ea.  SALE .'.   Ix6x(P  Reg. $1.32 ea.  SALE   1x8x6'  Reg. $1.92 ea.  I SALE   69Cea.  JUST IN TIME  u  09  ea.  79  v**��  ea.  SAW  >  DON'T MISS THIS  POWELL  RIVER  CHAIRS  model #7340  Reg. $84.95      $��Q95  CEDAR PUNTERS  Reg. $449 ^$349  n6M  *not smactly os lllustrotod  ROSE TRELLISES  ECONO  Reg. $3.99 ...SALE  ���39  SINGLE Reg.$6.99...  DOUBLE   Reg. $9.99.  t  ���  t  ��  1  $C99  E   m��  s O  DON'T MISS THIS  4 LITRE  & $199  ''SaOt/acUo-*  tmmwwmmF^fmnrwwmf m> m >��  <f����n��*tttct'  VISA  master charge  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd,  885-22S3 or - -:~: - -  ta froo 682-0213 7    ' i .  Everywhere knife-painter turns,  there's another scene to paint  By EVI BLUETH  "The scenery to really magnificent out  here. Everywhere I turn I see another  picture I want to paint," Gibsons' palette  knife-painter Hazel Coiall, said.  Hazel moved to Olbsons recently and  says it is more like her hometown in  England than anywhere else she has lived  in Canada. She is glad to again be living by  the sea and says it i�� most inspirational to  her landscape paintings.  "My greatest joy is to pack myself a  lunch and a cold drtftk and go down to the  beach for the afternoon with my easel and  my oil paints," Hazel said.  "I don't liketo pressure myself," she  added. "I've got to be In the right mood. I  paint when I feel like ii and then it's much  faster and much better."     ���   i  Gospel rock ahd Granthams' Harbour  are depicted ih titt of Hazel's recent  works. She likes tOpftlot things as they are  and enjoys the chalfcnge of turning the  most ordinary plec��_ of scenery into a  fascinating creation. Even a few rocks ahd  a nearby fishboat offer possibilities. The  Selma Park area intrigues Hazel and she  is planning to set up her easel there soon,  but right now there are. still too many  scenes nearby to capture.  - 7 "I found palette knifework difficult  when I first started,-but after watching a  girl in Cape Cod doing boats with a palette  knife, I gradually learned the knack and  began using the knife with ease so that I  could create the effects I wanted," said  Hazel. <  At 17 Hazel went to art school in London  for four years, but following her education  she had to go to work and did not have the  chance to pursue her talents. Although she  is not fanatical about housekeeping, her  duties as wife and mother have kept her  away from her painting. During a time of  illness, someone encouraged her to begin  painting again.  Since that time she has become quite  ambitious and feels great commitment to  her work. Now that her children are grown  up and she is not working full-time, she has  the energy and motivation to create  beautiful local scenes.  Hazel finds it encouraging to sell her  paintings; but says she isn't disappointed  any more if they don't sell. She does the  work for her own enjoyment and just  hopes to sell enough to cover the cost of  expensive art supplies. She is planning to  set up a studio and gallery in the basement  of her home on South Fletcher. She will  only stay open while she is working and  hopes that during this time she will have  the 6pportunity to get some feedback from  the commi^tyTPresently she has "her  work displayed at the Gallery Shop where  she works a few afternoons a week.  HAZEL IS beginning to feel a greater  commitment to her-work now her  children are grown.  r-  ���%  BUILDERS MART  OWNED AND OPERATED BY OCEAN WHOLESALE LTD.   ^  ���*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^  In the Sunrise Ridge ��� at the top of Field Road.  of the Owl  He Gives  A Hoot  What You Pay  iUAvk  LUMBER  PLYWOOD  ROUGH CEDAR ��� right out  of the sticks, on the  Suns hi ne Coast.  * not only do you savo on lumbapr but our grodm arc much better.  * Rough Cedar the best money can buy. All sixes S dimensions IV stock.  __ Panelling samples In stock for you to select your-choice and place-orders.   * In store SPECIALS that you would have to- see to believe.  * ALL MARINE Supplies in stock plus Hall craft Fibreglass Kits  and International Interlux paints 10% OFF.  r  y^^4^~4%%liiy  I  GYPSUM  Wall Board 1/2"  Still at SALE PRICES.  While our stock lasts  or orders placed  before JULY 21st  PICKED UP  '130.00 W  DELIVERED ,c, flQt. U 36.00 p.;rf?  MICROWAVE OVENS  Microwaves at  OLD PRICES  before increase  [While Stock Lasts]  ?t  IN. A PROPOSED gallery -in tb,e - display her artwork and receive some  basement of her home, Hazel hopes to   feedback from the community.  -_ p ^  The PENiffeuLA^Ti^edV  L Section C Wednesday, July 25,1979 Pages M\  * FRIDGE * STOVE'S * DISHWASHER  * WASHER * DRYERS  (T^=o>  7E=S*>  ���  Our APPLIANCES  are the very best "but" If they are not of your .  choice we will make sure we obtain your choice for   you.  C licence moratorium  announced  jn  THERMATHRONIC  built-in WALL OVEN One Only SPECIAL $1,800. Reg. $2,212.  Yes, We Have Waste King Steam Clean A Jenn Air Appliances.  ���CONTRACTORS ��� HOMEOWNERS ��� BOAT OWNER'S  ��� FAMILY'S ��� or WHOEVER  The OWL Is here to make sure you SAVE so lets  all feed hint so he won't fly away.  PHONE 885-2244  TOLL FREE 688-3314  A moratorium on "C" licences for the  west coast fishing fleet was announced  today by James McGrath, Minister of  Fisheries & Oceans, who said the  moratorium would be in effect from today  until a comprehensive licencing policy for  the west coast has been developed.  Under the moratorium:  The owner of a vessel, currently  licenced into a restricted entry fishery,  who receives permission to transfer the  restricted licence to a replacement vessel,  will not be eligible for a new "C" licence  for the replaced vessel. The one exception  to this change Is that category "B"  licenced vessels lyill continue to qualify for  "C" licences when retired from the  salmon fishery.  A vessel with only a "C" licence may  transfer that licence only to a replacement  vessel that does not exceed the overall  length of the existing vessel;  All west coast commercial fishing  vessels carry a basic "C" licence.  However, most of the fisheries on the west  coast are subject to limited entry and  require additional special licences.  Vessels With only a "C" licence are  eligible only to fish in a limited number of  fisheries still not subject to controlled/  entry. These are : food and bait herringf  black cod; longline cod and rockf ish; crab,  prawn and shrimp trap fishing aj well as  clams and dogfish.  Mr. McGrath said that the  "moratorium is being declared because  the previous policy automatically granted  new "C" licences to any vessels being  replaced regardless of size. This not only  allowed the "C" fleet to row in the number .  of boats but also in the sizes of the individual boats".  With the limited number of fisheries In  which "C" licenced vessels can fish there  is a real concern that the extent of these  resources might not be adequate for the  number of "C" vessels already in the fleet,  the Minister said.  Court  It was a short day for Sechelt  Provincial Court last week. Richard Ross  Lovell, 17, was fined $100 for being a minor  in possession of liquor ahd Robert Anthony  Brown was fined $35 for speeding against  highway signs.  These are just a few of the great  Trucks, and RV buys currently in stock at  NEXT TO ST MARY'S, SECHttT ^W^gO  You Are The VVinner, When You Shop Suncoast Chrysler.  885-5111  GOSPEL TENT  HACKETT PARK, SECHELT  corner of Trail ft Dolphin  COMMENCING  AUGUST 5th, 1979 7:30 7:30-8:30  AND CONTINUING NIGHTLY THEREAFTER,  THE GOSPEL OF GOD'S GRACE WILL BE  PREACHED.-  ��� ALL ARE WELCOME.  ��� PLEASE COME  "9Toft Qod so {bed tine woM flat ^e gaue Skfis onftj  begotten Son tdat winosoei/e/t bdmtl\ fo Sfcftto shmlld not  pe/ttsfc bai hai/e eue/tfosttng ^e"  _Jokn 3:16  * BIBLES SUPPLIED �� NO COLLECTION  Use Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  HONEST  CO-OP  VALUE  *.    -f i      /���*       -a- ___ ___r.i___ _....._  ,__...-..> ..*'*���  'j_l j."1  THER REASON TO SHOP CO-OP  ' '&*!_>��� *._��.< .$&&***& to ^fodueoto *m Surtihin. Coast a hw  Ijlf*^&g^?&*-*~^19 b&mmo* praclko In tho retell food  %} -r ****%�� ** *0tmm/*m\1m o porlod of 3 monthi      4  Alt MEAT ITEMS WIU. BE REDUCED BY 15%  *i '���*      **    __,        __%>  ��y   _Y*-*_fa^**J& **����� ****** "��� �����"* ���*���� m��o�� It.m In our moat  |.. ;   depqrtm.nt Including cold art. ote. Further, w. will not bo Inflating tho  tf. roia��iWi^tJvo ^eM. 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i -^fc  Chilliwack wedding  woman  A lovely doubled; ring marriage  ceremony was solemnized in St. Mary's  Mava Schneider, daughter of Gus and  Verda Schneider awtHarold Stromquist,  son.of Mr. and Mrs. D. Stromquist of  chiiuwack.     r;:r ��� ,  Given in marriage by her father, the  bride looked radiant;in'a gown,of white  nylon sheer over net and satin, featuring  appliqued roses complementing self pleats  down the front of the skirt and continuing  around the full length train. Before giving  his daughter to the goorn, Gus kissed his  daughter and then; placed her hand in  Harold's. ����� ^a^-^  Her bouquet was; ;qf white roses and  peach-tinted carnations and her" only,  jewellery was a diamobft necklace, a gift  from the groom. A finger-tip double veil  completed the ensejnj^e. Mava's sister  Maria was Maid of Honor, bridesmaids  were Debbie Stromquil, Heather Wright,  Cheryl Bone and M^^Anderson, Bridal  attendants were gowir^t In peach colored  dresses with matdiinpboleroa and they  carried yellow gladiolik  - -The groom and best mm and the ushers  wore light beige suits. Best man was Ian  Karcioglow and the ushers were Allen  Stromquist, Calvin Voth, Greg Schneider  and Gordon Nelms.  Shawn Mussel was the flower girl and,  her brother Helmer was the ring bearer,  they are niece and nephew of the groom.  The bride's mother chose a lime green  gown with sheer overlay and her corsage  of white carnations and rusty-colored  roses complemented her ensemble. The  groom's mother wore a gown of soft greeii  and her corsage was white roses and green  carnations.  .  . Judy Novlan, from Saskatoon was the  organist for her cousin Mava. Joe.  Schneider, uncle of the bride, also from  Saskatoon, proposed the toast to the bride  to which Harold responded: Bob Jones  Parry was the Master of Ceremonies. The  reception was held in the church hall with  friends and relatives totalling,nearly 300  and coming, from Ontario, Saskatchewan,  Alberta and B.C. Among the guests were  Mava's grandmother Schneider, from  Sask. and her Grandfather Atkinson from.  Roberts Creek: ��� '  The happy couple left for a honeymoon  to Harrison Hot Springs and upon their  return, plan to reside in Zeballos.  s  3*K  iy  h **> St ' *,  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  -__}���*  *���_ i*  *' (���  / "to leave The Peninsula  ^ifo^ Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal withstrangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  The Garden Corner  Carpet the garden  By Guy Symonds  Wednesday, July 25,1979  The Peninsula Times  Page C4  i <  A couple of weeks ago we wound up this  Corner with the statement that the next  effort would explain a novel idea about the  possibilities and value in laying a carpet ih.  the garden. Then we got a bit sidetracked,  and although the talkiwas on a similar  idea, namely the value of mulching, it  must be admitted that it was not what had  been intended. ,  i  So now we can talk about carpeting the ���  garden. First it must be said that the  procedure calls for a bit more elbow room  than lots of us have in our vegetable  gardens, but if the room is there then this  is the plan as explained in an article read  recently. \  . It. advises that the rows of growing  things should be about the same distance^  apart so that strips of carpet can be cut to  the same.size. Anyold carpet will serve so  long as there are no actual holes in it. You  can watch out for'any discarded pieces ypu  can lay your bands on or talk your friends  ourof. _/     **/ \ilr' .._/  Repeat��� examine for holes and don't .  lay_any. thus marred, the reason beingjrf  course that weeds will find those holes and'  take advantage of them.  I After your vegetables have sprouted,  measure the distance from the middle of  one row to the middle of the next. Subtract-  three inches. This will allow the carpeting  to stretch to the stems of the plants without  .touching them._Of_cou^_||toeLground is__  clean and all the demands for cultivation  have been faithfully met the carpet could  be laid at the time of sowing the seed.  Appl�� the carpeting in the made-to-  measure stripsTin rolls^ starting from each  end of the row ahd meeting in the middle.  Overlap about six inches, that way there  will be no weeds.  Now as to the benefits. As has been  'pointed out the weed problem is practically eliminated ��� "at least so it is  claimed. The garden can'be walked on  spnn after thp rflin withnnt. damaging t,rn>.  of earthworms. And. these humble little  workers are at last - getting some  recognition of their value to humanity.  Their proliferation is encouraged by  providing the overlap and it will be seen  that, in very wet weather they will  congregate there to avoid being drowned.  Besides, says the article, "picking worms  from a carpet is gentle on the worms as  well as on the fingers!"  It is easier to use than compost (that  also in this gardener's opinion is not a  valid argument), more durable than  newspapers, free for the scrounging  (generally and in all respects great mulch  material.. Once down, you have said  goodbye to hoeing for the rest of the,  ; summer, Js_how_the_writer. clinches his  : argument. -  ' .    -  One relates these items because  someone has taken the trouble to find out  that they are worth talking about ahd so it  seems that the information ^should be  passed /.along. . But one does . .not  necessarily agree with eveiything one  reads^Old^ fashioned, and old gardeners 7  like this one, while very willing to listen to  mulching arguments, find cause for  concern in the lack of cultivation that must  accompany the practice. For years one  was taught that cultivation of the soil is  indispensible to healthy growing conditions and to the well being of tbe land  itself. The preservation__of subsurface,  moisture, aeration of the soil, and the  encouragement of bacterial action depend  on it. Hoeing of course is mulching so long,  as it is done in dry weather.  Weed prevention? Certainly the mulch  has to be an effective control.  Increase in the worm population? Very  much to be desired.  For the rest ��� such as side dressing  with fertilizer for instance ��� not so good.  But knowledge is power and must be  passed along to be used or not used as the  learner sees fit.   YOUR fH CATBBPILLAR  Citing. 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Spruce mxm  95  Il/itiifson.���  ^F   ���mmW mmmWimmW^     m%W  ^%%\WmW ^^mmW^..   ^^rnmrnSW^'     MmW   _m (*g*Qm  ,^a��^ix4Ka^~��as!��494S--(|'~>~      - {___^_\_____tlli____\ ^I'mmmjSSmA  1  i * Ladies Golf  Seventeen ladies played for the Senior  ' Ladies Trophy in the tournament July 17-  18 and fine scopes were registered the first  day by Leila Comrie with a net 68, Helen  Milburn with net 69 and Hazel Wright and  Jay Townseqd with net 70. '        ^  Wilma Sim came in Wednesday with a  super low net of 61. Her 77 on Tuesday  gave her a 138 to win the cup, one stroke  over Milburn's 69 and 70.  Comrie was first in the CLGA Phi  Round July 12 with low net 68. Milburn was  - second with 69. For the nine holes only,  1 Judy Forman won with net 29.  In Third Team play, Langara ladies  defeated Sunshine Coast ladies 38% to 33%  at Langara Golf Course.  vWe are pleased to announce that you  may now get your Provincial and Winsday  lottery tickets here, We wish you all good  luck. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Pentangle  ^o/t tkal  ^Unique Q$   DON'T PASS BY, COME IN AND BROWSE        .��  OPEN 9:30-5:30 MONDAY TO SATURDAY  $  SECHELT  885-3818  IT WAS A touchy decision Tuesday with runs by Sam Casey, Dave Lamb  night in the semi-final Ken Mac and Kelly Bodnarek. Weldwood goes  versus Weldwood. Despite the play oh to the final series against Cedars  here, Weldwood came out on top 3-0 Inn.  fmm  :*  Senior men's fastball  finals set this week  Section 0  Wednesday, July 25,1979  pages 14  SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS   11 AM-2 PM  'Rough Lumbar * Logging * Cutting *Thinnlng  Field Road  .985-24  The fiiiarseries of Cedars" Inn" vs  Weldwood in the Sunshine Coast senior  men's league promises to be a great series  with both clubs having solid pitching and  good defences as well as strong bats in  their lineups.     ��� ,  if the previous five meetings of the two  teams are any indication of the ball to  come, it should be a fine series, as nearly  all of the games were of the one or two run  variety. Theschedule for thid best of five  series is:  Tonight at Hackett Park, Sechelt  Thursday at Brothers Park, Gibsons  FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS:  GP  W L Pet. Gbl  Cedarslnn 15  11    4    ,733     -  Weldwood 14  10    4    .713    %  Ken-Mac..; 14    7    7    .500     3  Wanderers 15    1  14    .066  6%  Weldwood and Ken Mac left their final  rained out game unplayed as it would not  ���:������    . "         ^  SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  ANNOUNCES        ���  SHORT LOG TRUCK  Available For  Your log Hauling Needs  FIELD ROAD                                                                             885-2455  affect filial standingsr  Cedars. Inn continued to have little  trouble with the young Wanderers team,  -defeating them 19-7 in the opening game of  the semi-finals last week. It . was  newcomer Doug Elson returning to the  lineup for the Cedars squad getting the win  over brother Don Elson who had beat the  Cedarsonce earlier in the season. Kerry  Eldred hit one homerun for the winners.  Cedars wrapped up their series in  convincing fashion with a three-run first  inning behind the pitching of Brent  Lineker. Robbie Williams took the loss for  the Wanderers with Don Elson in relief 4  ' Eldred^adDick Galrfes led^the vr&WA*  17-9 win with a homerun each.  In what turned out to be an excellent  ' and exciting series, it was all Carl Kohuch  in game one as he recorded a one-hit shut-,  out, putting six strikeouts oh the board for  winners Weldwood. With Weldwood  -showing a strong defensive performance,"  all they needed were the two hits they: got  off Ken Mac's Dan Reitlo to put the game  away.  While scoring just one" earned run,  Weldwood carried the game following Ken  Mete's two-run throwing error.    ,  In another tense game with good  fielding plays and superb pitching by both  Reitlo and Kohuch, it appeared Weldwood  was on its way to'a sweep of the series in  the first inning when Weldwood's Sean  VanStreppin hit one out of the park in his  first time at bat.  But after that initial hit, Reitlo settled  down and threw an excellent two-hitter,  while getting some fine plays behind him.  on ctehfoy  On the other side, Kohuch pitched well  again, giving up just five hits scattered  -throughout the game. But_it_was_three_  Lcostly throwing errors in succession by the  Weldwood team that proved their undoing  and gave Reitlo his first win (3-1) in the  playoffs.  '' In the deciding game, Reitlo's pitching  heroics just- weren't enough as the  Weldwood club jumped out to a 64) first-  inning lead to win the game 11-0.  Tom Hansen came in as relief and gave  up the final four runs in a good effort. It  was Rick Waugh who picked up the win in  \ this game, throwing an impressive three-  Hitter strike out We ui"t^pio^iSBT- "  [Aldergrove]  DRAPES  (Wont iMade to cJAeasu/ie ^Duapeg  ~^m estimates wild no obligation.  .UNSHINE.  Interiors:  Glenda      ��^t��    North Road,  Sasaratt     886-8023      Gibsons  l^:T^l:Vn,MlkW^[  W��lircEl;n^dl:linM:fiMElH  IS OPEN  Our Two New Modern Hoists Have Arrived. We Have the Most Up-To-Date Electronic Tune-Up and Engine Analysis Machine.  ��� FULL FORD WARRANTY SERVICE  ��� OUR PARTS DEPT. IS GROWING  ��� CHECK INTO OUR RED CARPET LEASE PROGRAM  ��� WE ALSO REPAIR ALL MAKES & MODELS  ��� LUBE & OIL, TUNE-UPS, BRAKE WORK, EXHAUST SYSTEMS  ttfeiwlwiiii  'I    :    ;W!2;J  sW*��  I  Service  Call Service Manager BRENT SKODE  for your service requirements.  Warranty service available���no  matter where your new Ford was  purchased.  Six Service Bays to Serve You.  DROP BY AND TEST DRIVE THE FINE FAMILY  OF NEW 1979 FORD CARS AND TRUCKS.  We Have A GOOD Selection In Stock and More Arriving.  "On the Spot Financing Available O.A.C."  885-3281 (AIIDepts.)  ��� ���  X  s  "FullUne Ford and Mercury Dealer9'  1326 Wharf Road, Box 1759, Sechelt, B.C.  MDL5936  Call Parts Manager KEN BEGG for your  parts requirements. Ken has had 13 years  Ford parts experience and is able and  willing to give you fast and courteous  service.  Service Dept. Hours;  8:00 am-4:30 pm  Monday-Friday  Van Toll Free 684-2911  i**  ��� COURIER ��� BRONCO ��� FAIRMONT ��� ZEPHYR ��� FORD ��� MERCURY ��� BOBCAT ��� FIESTA ��� COURIER ��� BRONCO ��� FAIRMONT ��� ZEPHYR ��� FORD TRUCKS  I I  -J-Vt-  >-  < nmyafcunawi in    i  The Peninsula Times,   . ��������� 1 M+-r-  Weddesday, July 25,1979  Ask about the forest  COMPETITORS IN the July 15 Men's  Golf Championship were from right  Don Douglas, Hoy Taylor, Paul Smith  Golf champi  (runner-up) Ken Hincks'.(winner).  Vick Martedeau, Bill Peterson, and  ArtKUoh.  By ERNIE HUME  The Sunshine Coast Golf and Country  Club'men's championship' was finalized'  last Sunday. Young Kenny Jfinclss shot a  fine 223 for" 54' holes to win the championship for 1979. Paul Smith claimed the  runner-up spot with a fine 332. The best net  score for the tournament went to Graham  Chapman with 2Q3, followed by Dean  Warnes and Don Douglas with 204 and Roy  Taylor with 206 who also were winners ofthe 0 to 17 handicap flight.  The 17-and-over handicap flight was  won by Bill Peterson, Vic Marteddu and  ArtKUoh, all with nice.scores of 204. Ifie'  golfers who played their, way into the Sea:  Cavalcade Golf Tournament will have,  their names posted ori the notice board at  the .Clubhouse. Good luck to all of you. (  The golf tournament held, under: tbt,  auspices of the Roberts Creek Daze  Celebration proved quite successful. It is  hoped that it may be played every year in,  conjunction with Robert's Creek's annual  celebration. It was the same type of golf'  tournament that started the Sea  Cavalcade GoW Tournament going and has.  proved so successful dyer the years.   ���'  The Seymour <>olf,Club will be returning our visit on'.Thursday, July 26. tet's  .hope we continue to enjoy the beautiful  Sunshine Coast weather for the return  match. ; ;  Our congenial Jack Redman is still  providing our out-of-town ahd local Green  Fee Players a pleasant day on an excellent  golf course. Take advantage of a sandwich  and liquid refreshment on the sundeck  overlooking the course and the Georgia  Straits.  .  Mr. & Mrs. K. Griffith of Sechelt,7B.C.  have asked the following question   v  : ARE THE GIANT REDWOODS OF  CALIFORNIA   RELATED   TO   OUR -  WESTERN RED CEDAR?  ; k No, .Our Western red cedar belongs to  the family .Cupressaceae; the redwood to'  thefamilyvTaxodiaceae which is quite'a!  'separate, family and younger intends cf  tree evolution. While the two species have  similarities in bark and other properties  that, might suggest' some - common  .background, this cannot be verified one  ��� way or .another.  There are only twfr species of redwood  now in existence ��� the tree known, commonly- as the California redwood or coast  redwood (sequoia sempervirens (D.Don)  . (IJndl>).and the giant sequoir, also known  " as the $ig tree or Sierra redwood (Sequoir  ��� gigantea (Lindl.) Decne.).  ��� 7A16ng with eucalyptus, redwoodS-are_  considered to be the world's tallest trees  and the.most massive in bulk. They are  highly resistantto insects and.disease and,  possibly for this reason,' live to an extremely old age. Giant sequoias in some  groves are from 2,000 to 3,000 years old. A  ^-few-are over-3,000. ��� -.- --'.   -  Because of its disease-resistance, the  wood finds extensive use in the building of  patios, planters, fences; etc. Easily  B.C., V6E 2S9, A professional forester will  reply and a bpdk prize will be sent to each  person-submitting a -question that is  published. This column is a joint project of  the Canadian Forestry Association of B.C.  and.' ffie Association of B.C. Professional  Foresters..'-"''  SUMMER HOURS  STORE; 7 DAYS A WEEK  10 AM-6PM*  Groorlsra -Sundrtes Clovawjdalfi Paint A Paper  ICE CREAM PARLOUR  7 DAYS A WEEK IP AM- 6 PM  FRI. & SAT. -'til 8 PM  Conaf Banana        All products mada with natural    ,  Splits Sundoaw        flavour* andV^al whipping craam.  ���pfi ��� p mwmmmmmW  SEAVIEW MARKET  UPTOWN ROBERTS CREEK  3  DARREN KOHUCH, 10, of the Legion  109 peewee hockey team, won the  Athletic. Award in his age division at  worked, it is also'the building "of patios,   the Okanagan Hockey School where  planters, fences, etc. Easily worked, it is  also favoured for turnery or general  woodworking and its burls, are famous.  For reasons unknown, these growths will  often develop* on a redwood in sizes  varying from one inch to many-feet.in  diameter. Cut through, they reveal interesting designs' and make beautiful  . tftbletops, bowls and other art objects.  7 Send your questions about the forest  and forestry to "Ask about the Forest," c-o  Canadian Forestry Association of B.C.,  410-1200 W. Pender Street, Vancouver,  he attended July &-15. Last year,  Darren claimed the Most Sportsmanlike Player Award. Attending  the school at the same time were  Jamie Brown, Donald Maedel and  Brent McCuig all of .Sechelt.  Are you part of the human race   iCdg  or just a spectator?  t-lmefA. In tnur heart'  paimapgnront  vi hr*** m v rift*  BODYWORK  PAINT WORK  IWAL-VEN AUTO BODY  /  Surnhin* Coast Hwy, Gibsons  886-7133  WINNER OF the Men's Golf  Championship July 25 Ken Hincks  relaxes after the games  Horse show  Tiddley Creek up Lockyer Rd. is the .  scene Sunday for the Timber Trail Riding  Club's Summer Horse Show. Action starts  at 9 a.m. with Jeff Parrish of Langley in  the Judge's seat.  There will be halter, performance and  games for ll-years^and-under classjes.and  high-point. Ribbons issued to fifth place ;  and rosettes issued to high point.    ,.  Trophies are donated by Bobbie.  Cramer (jumpingtrophy); the Miia? (trail:  torse and barrel trophy); the Newsharhs  (high point English and Western trophy).  Phone entries in at 885-929t>, .  Proceeds from the concession stand go  to the riding club;  Al Wagn.r  >mimt_m  AL WAGNER  INVITES YOU  TO JOIN  BIG .BROTHERS  A service of friendship  freely giyeri by rn^n, to  fjciys withputJjFqtHers.  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An updated booklet describing rights  and' benefits available under British  Columbia's welfare legislation has Just  been issued by Monday Publications,, of  Victoria, with assistance from the  University, of Victoria's School of Social  Work.  Entitled "Welfare Rights and Gain",  the booklet was1 written by the School's  Marjorie Martin and Marilyn Callahan. It  is the third edition of the booklet, first  published in 1977, and is available at 50  cents per copy from Community Law  Offices throughout the province, or from  the University's .School of Social Work.  The booklet interprets in simple  language BC's welfare laws and, in particular, the Guaranteed Available Income  for Need (GAIN) Act.  * It deals with laws applying to welfare,  seniors, handicapped, day care and,  homemakers, and covers changes in rates  and regulations up to April 1st, 1979.  "Many myths circulate about welfare  recipients and welfare money," the  authors say. "The booklet is. written for  the general public and is intended to help  clear up some of the misunderstandings/'  Wednesday, July 25,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageD-3  ^  offers you the  finest cuisine  with-a  spectacular setting.  'fiacli day ou/t CfieJ ptepom a cJianging  HOURS:  .,       a , , n ��   Brunch ��� 9 am - 1 pm  JWm ^tem to p/toUiae i/afttetij {oft ouft Uustomefts    Dinner - 6 pm - 9 pm  [Frl &Sat].'  885-2232 Reservations requested -   6 pim -  10 pm  SWIMMING POOLS  INGROUND ���INSTALLED ��� ABOVE GROUND  ��� CHEMICALS ��� MAINTENANCE ��� SERVICE  Saunas-Whirlpools-Spa's-Hot Tubs     .   . ' . ,  We install all our products  ���-  ���   \ ���        \h:'rY-\.K -'>y> y?hyi- .  kUNSHINE .  C'-*OV  ^yy  AFTBRTWO. years of fund-raising,   off on a vacation to blue Hawaii. The   next. morning,  leaving  parents:  local Scouts, Ventures and Rovers are   boys left Friday to hop on a 747 the s wishing it were the other way around.  FUEL  - Urban freight vehicles achieve exellent  fuel-saving benefits through the use of  diesel engines rather than conventional  engines.  DOUCTS-i  Richard  Sasaratt  886 74U   North Road,  866^023.     Gibsons  Free Estimates      IMo Obligation  rv  Book Look  By MURR/EAEDM AN  *���  BOOK LOOK by Murrie Redman  MAGOOK,   CANADA'S: MAGAZINE-  BOOK FOR CHILDREN, Monthly issue,  60 plus pages, $1,95 each. -  RAINCOAST CHRONICLES, Issue 8, 56  pages, $8.09  CANADIAN NATURE NOTEBOOK, by  Aleta Karestad, McGraw-Hill Ryerson,  1979,144 pages, index, $12.95  It is periodical time again with the-  latest RAINCOAST CHRONICLES and the  new MAGOOK.  ���  MAGOOK is the delightful children's  magazine with no advertising, plenty of  real information and lots of fun. The bonus  is always something to lookforward to ��� a  book as MAGOOK'S centrefold. The  magazine might move over for the latest  edition, but the book stays on the shelf:  The first MAGOOK book is about a boy  who is reluctant to go to the hockey school  that his father wants him to attend. Ryan,  the boy, worries about it until he falls  asleep while watching a hockey game. He  dreams that he is the hero. Of course, he  changes his mind about the school!  The second issue of the magazine, now  a monthly, has a book about Newton  McTootin who was sent a bang-bang tree.  In Saskatchewan where it grew originally,  the tree's noisy habits were not a problem,  but in the city ... How Newton solves his  problem and wins a clap-clap tree from his  neighbours makes for a zany tale.  ; and writing all ih her stride. Edith Iglauer  'Daly describes bow Mrs. Blanchet spent  summers, with the family aboard  "Caprice", a 25 foot cedar boat. She wrote  ���ff'bcak~al)out_fter-travelrand:-titled it-  CURVE OF TIME. It has gone to reprint  having caught the imagination of boaters  everywhere.  '*   ,"-  Capi Blanchet's children's story about  Henry, the whale who became trapped in  Sechelt Inlet is also in RAINCOAST  CHRONICLES.  The tale about Gun^ui-noot is. another  favorite in this issue. It is the story, now  legend, of a Gitksan Indian trapper who  was charged with the murder of two  people. Gun-an-noot fled from the law into  "Both MAGOOKS  are  beautifully   the"ljuslrwherehehidTra��or  illustrated in full colour. There are  photographs, puzzles and games. Dogg  Dogg Smith and his cartoon adventures in  bilingual language are here again. Interviews with sports figures, entertainers  and authors make MAGOOK a special gift.  How its publishers can put out such a fine  children's magazine which has no ads and  sucha low price is something of a miracle.  RAINCOAST CHRONICLES is alive  and welcome and out again,. I especially  enjoyed the* article about Capi Blanchet  who was a marvellous person. She took  widowhood, the rearing of five children  PASSPORT PHOTOS  & CITIZENSHIP  WHILE YOU WAIT  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  Sunnycrest  Centre    Gibson*  rtf      886-8010  many years.  When at last, tired of being a fugitive, Gun-  an-nobt gave himself up, he was found not  guilty for reason of too few witnesses and  proof.  RAINCOAST CHRONICLES is a fine  publication but one which is not above  criticism. Some of the authors of articles  did not acknowledge their sources of information The inclusion of a bibliography  can only enhance their material.  The articles about things other than  logging and fishing are respite from the  industry's cussin' and sweatin'. Just like  everything else that is overdone the folk  hero of the' hillside gets a little stale, top.  If the7f amily is fieadihgvEast across the  country, a good book to take along is Aleta  Karstad's CANADIAN NATURE  NOTEBOOK. Karestad is both naturalist  and artists As she travels across Canada  from the East to the West Coast, she  records what she sees���and what you and  I might see on such a journey. Her chatty  style is flowing and quite charming, The  finely done drawings, some in colour, are  as informative as photographs. All nature  lovers will enjoy Karestad's 'sensitive  ramblings whether they; 7iare ���: travelling  ,;cross^oia^ry;Cr7n6t.-'7.':-      ���.���;' ;������ )y';}���'���  th  It's OUR  aifllllMV/GINSii&ll1^  And From NOW  until SEPTEMBER 4th  Th^RwiirbrrtEDtfCTIWTrf���  %^ OFF EVERYTHINfi  In the Store ...  We might add that this is a further reduction off our already discounted everyday low prices.  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'���'������  LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPINO  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an eve abloom Ing garden  fruit tree pruning  ���WILLIAM BORAONO'   Fm| stlrnatoi  (Bqngo) 886-8033  IICHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  WlllUTakaha.hl  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIIVlES  Phone 885-3231,  REFRIGERATION  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  SALES ft SERVICE  ���>-. Tottor��,offle'at/raftaurtirit^*marina  GOV'T .CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN  083-9461 ' '���"'���7 '7', ��� '    8B3-264B  \ 7,         ,.      ���       ���''.''  RENTALS ���������'���  ,  ������';, '.���:'.������  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS ���  lcatlaWln��, Ra��W Drtilt, Po war Toalt,  1  7 Automallva Toalt, Purnpi, Oanaratort,  arid CompraMort  Highway 101 BB3-2MS  at Pranclt Panlnivla Road  ��� in '"' I'iwi nii'mliiii ���  iiHifill �����!pim ���1.111 .is  ���fmis-,     ��� ���;,.'���;/��� ;��� ,v - ,':":, ���  CO AStAL TIRES  Sunthln* Coatt Highway ,���   ���   '"7'' BoKT3;OHi(t:onfiri:c.  886-2700  SAHS��SII|YI��;�� .,,  '     All Brandt AvallabU  Mondoy to Saturday, 6:30 am to 530 pm  Friday avanlng by appalhtmant only  V^^-l|a^1H^tUi#n#��l%{^  !*0����MSS����)a>.^#��*��ai^  To Use The Times' Directory receives  ution fine  PageD-4  The Peninsula Tlmee  Wednesday, July 24,1979  POISED for flight ��� As night closes  in on New York City, a very debonair  Count Dracula, played by George  Hamilton, prepares for a night on the  town with the assistance of his faith  ful manservant Renfield, played by  Arte Johnson, in Love At First Bite,  playing at'the Twilight Theatre  tonight, Thursday and Friday.  Top comics pace action  Construction Aggregates' contravention of the Fisheries Act in permitting the deposit of silt, a deleterious  , substance, in waters frequented by fish  was neither reckless nor ��� intentional;  Judge J.S.P. Johnson ruled last week in  Sechelt Provincial Court. " ' ~  _  Judge Johnson said the offence, which  the company admitted, of depositing silt in  McNair Creek was due to "unusual circumstances" and fined the company $1,000  to cover the costs of the Crown's  prosecution of the case.  A heavy rainfall in late February  caused a slide at the company's gravel  quarry near Port Mellon. Conservation  officer Jamie Stephen noticed a pump was  in operation attempting to flush, with  water, the tunnel1 through which th$  aggregates .'are moved.  Mud and gravel from the tunnel was  deposited in the sump and from there  muddy water flowed through a culvert into  McNair Creek.  Employees flushing the tunnel with  water felt the deposit would settle in the  sump and not continue into the creek,  . Crown prosecutor Eric Chesterley said.  Miracle Whip  However, the rivulets were picking up  non-filterable residue, not depositing it.  Defence lawyers Doug Harrison said  previous attempts to clear the tunnel using  shovels were unsuccessful. The slide had  caused a "beaverdam" dffect in the tunnel  that was impossible to dislodge, he said.  Harrison said an "error in judgement"  was made, but it was "not a long-lasting  situation." The muddy water was allowed  to run into the creek only 30 to 45 minutes,  before the situation was corrected by  digging a U-turn ditch which Harrison said  was a decision made by both the foreman  , and Stephen.  Since then, the company- has blocked  the culvert to prevent a similar occurrence, he said.  Chesterly said no steps had been taken  to ensure another slide will, not occur  because of the instability of the hillside.  Judge Johnson agreed the. company,  fulfilled the Environment Canada  requirements at the "1974 level" when the  operation started, and the heavy rainfall  was unusual. The company does not  deposit deleterious matter in regular  operation, he said.  BEFORE YOU  LOAD UP  THE CAR  BE SURE YOU'RE READY  FOR THE ROAD  ���BRAKE WORK  ���VALVE GRINDING  ���TUNE-UPS including  1 electronic ignition  ���LUBE & OIL  SECHELT AUTO CLINIC  Wharf St., Sechelt    885-5311    Next to Legion  in "Love at First Bite"  Sharing acting honors with stars  George Hamilton and Susan Saint James  in American International's contemporary Dracula spoof, "Love At First  Bite," opening tonight at the Twilight  Theatre, are three of the screen's top  Richard Benjamin and Dick Shawn.  Long a favorite on the comedy scene,  Arte Johnson is probably best known for  _hijrportrayris_of~zany characters  long-running "Laugh-In" series, for which  he won an Emmy~Award.  Richard Benjamin's impressive list of  screen credits includes starring-roles in  "Goodbye Columbus," "Diary Of A-Mad  Housewife," "Porthoy's Complaint" and  more recently "House Calls."  Famous for his stand-up comedy  routines and recipient of rave notices  nation-wide in his one-man show, "The  Second Greatest Entertainer In The  World," Dick Shawn has been featured in  hit comedy films such as "What Did You  Do In The War Daddy?," Mel Brook's  Academy Award winner "The Producers"  and "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World."-  In "Love At First Bite," Johnson plays  Renfield, Dracula's psychotic manservant, Benjamin is the psychiatrist and  part-time lover of Susan St. James and  Shawn is a blase New York detective,  bewildered by the thought of a vampire on  the loose_.inJie_Bi��Apple.  '   "Love At First Bite," was produced by  Joel Freeman, and Stan Dragoti directed  the Roberti^Kaufe^ sqeenptey7from a  story by Kaufman and Mark Gindes. The  film is a Melvin Simon presentation of a  George Hamilton-Robert Kaufman  Production with music by Charles Bernstein.  Weather  Lo   Hi. Prec  July 14  u.5   22.0    nil  Julyl5 13.5    24.0" nil  JulylB , 15.0   27.5    nil  Julyl7 17.0   27.5    nil  July 18... .17.0   25.5    nil  July19....7   .......-,....15.0   24.5    nil  July 20.7 v... ........... 15.6   24.0    nfl  Week's rainfall��� nil. July to date ���  5.28 cm. 1979 to date ��� 53.90 cm^  July 14-20,1978 ��� nil. July 1-20,1978 -  0.91 cm. 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