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 *��      t~      >Ui  ../  #  W  ���������imfy*1     v  1*  V' "'tr'    ^-'  'l '"'  " ���'Vl "  A proposal^&JSSce fyffl,..^ -  subdivision ^^Cthe?St*heltr .V#f|e  core> if aUowed',to ^'proceed, could be  opening a floodgate-to industrial  development,'saya ~tbe Sunshine Coast  Regional District chairman.  Chairman Gd Nicholson said tlie  Pgtible Holding proposal and the subsequent requests .which would allow, six  parcels of land near tfre Hydro easement  to be used for service industrial could  create an awkwalrd situation.  ."There is a definite' possibility that if  we amend the sub-regional plan to allow  service industrial it ^ will be opening a  floodgate," Nicholson said.  He pointed out there .was property  owned by Len Van Egmond, next to the  Pebble Holdings' land,, which would  eventually have, to be' considered - for  ..__���,��� ____��� ���._.__ _5_JhadtelRedSCW)to]bunen^ite sub-regio^V.  i#i|^H��:p>maed.^7 r ~^#^* ^^plari ,fromf.resid$ntiaFto aUowUerviceY  �� "Wtoiwil^Sechelt councjidowhen Len ^industrial on the proposed site.: ,v,   7, ;V"  Van' Egmond wants, to take:hjs>property,       However, ari'intefvenfiioa by' Carney .  out?HNicholsbn"asked.r,r' h'    <|'-^ Industries, prctestiiig the amendment^'  , Even more confusing is the question of   caused ihe SCRD directors to table the  whether or not-Pebble. Holdings will be   appUcation.\ l   \, ',/  able to go ahead without the blessing of the   ,   But if SCRD doesn't go along with the  SCRD. '*      ,r/  . .   '  Village of, Sechelt's decision, Alderman  "If the Village of Sechelt goes ahead'  Morgan Thompson claims the proponents ,  and" completes therezontag to allow, the   can go iahead anywyay. :7:,'  development "and we decide not to amend 5 "It's not our f ault the regional plan is <  the sub-regional plan, it's going io become wrong. .It's council's -decision," not the'  a very awkward situation. ,       regional board's," he said.  "Theonlywayitcanbeiresolvedwillbe Still, Cameo Industries' Henry Hall,  in the courts. It's purely a legal question," dismissed Thompson's reasoning saying  Ntcjiolson speculated." - Victoria wants compliance between both  Although Pebble Holdings' requesWon   the; Sechelt Community plan .and sub-  has not been ratified by the Village of .regional plan.  sSechelt, their spokesman .Stan Anderson, -     Httalso said he wasn't against the local  could open industrial  developer for trying, but was upset at the  c^ii^l for letting them do something they  sho^^H KaUdwed to do.       r  ^f.;"|^ho^agatast Ihe local developers,  ^nj^gaiiist^ council which doesn't know -  its business^" he said.  ���7 In a letter to SCRD, Hall criticized the  application' pointing oiit several reasons  why it should not be dealt with.  j4 '!The application to amend the sub-  regional plan to allow an industrial subdivision in the Sechelt core is made by a  {private developer without the support or  consent of the Sechelt Village Council, or  ' the citizens of Sechelt," Hall said.  ��� He also pointed out that the proper  procedure for changing the plan would be  to approach tbe general public first and  notices should go out to all concerned  parties.  However, Anderson claimed that Hall's  accusations,were not true.  "If we did not, have the support of  council the application would not be before  you.    <.  _ .   "If we did not have the consent of the  citizens of the village, council would not  have sent our zoning application, to Victoria for ratification," Anderson said.  He went on to attack the motives of Hall  saying it was an "obvious stall tactic."  "We ask that the application for  amendment to go forward as proposed and  see no reason why any delaying tactic by  Mr. Hall be given any credibility by the  planning committee.  "It is obvious that the stall tactic by  Mr. Hall is motivated by his self interest in  pushing his floundering Industrial Park,"  Anderson said."  According to Anderson, the amendment was being put forward at the request  of five separate small businesses who feel  they need the prcndmity of the business  area in Sechelt ih order to make their  endeavors successful.  "The motivation in seeking this  amendment is not financial gain as the lots  are presently zoned for duplex and Pebble  Holdings could market the finished  product with equal profitability," Anderson said.  Despite Anderson's claims of Hall's self  motivation, Hall, who owns an industrial  park in Wilson Creek, claims his biggest  concern is for the community of Sechelt.  "It just isn't in keeping witii the  regional plan ahd when you have a plan I  think it should be followed," Hall pointed  out.  Serving the Sunshine CooM, (Howfe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthams Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek'Selma Park   Sechelt. Halfmoon Bay   Secret Cove/Pender Hib    Madeiro Park   Garden Bay   Irvine s Landing. Earls Cove. Egmont'.,  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142"  ]*meb  Phone  885:3231  Union o-AijKrt^C" Label  22 Pages ��� 20c Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No. 4)  Wednesday, August 1,1979  TRANSMISSION LINE CONTROVERSY  v.  still up in the air  Environment Minister Rafe,Mair said  last week there was a strong possibility a  public hearing would be held on the environmental impact of B.C. Hydro's  proposed Cheekye-Dunsmuir 500 kilovolt  transmission line.      .    ���,���,,-.   .  Mair and B.C. Hydro officials met with  members of the Sakinaw Lake Property  Owners and Leaseholders Association on a  iany more," Howard White said.  I Following up on Mair's near-  ^compromise, the coalition consisting of  7 members from each of the areas affected  ;by the proposed transmission line met  /Saturday with Kim Roberts of tbe West  Coast Environmental Law Association to  - prepare a brief which Roberts will present  to Mair in another meeting.  trip to-the-IakenJuly-23-to4ook over the Qn^riday^ventag,-WMe^ob^,  present proposed route. v   Area A regional director Joe Harrison,  ___llWedid alQt.of ^rgutog-OJUusMcittojiLiMLA^bert Skelly. (NDP Alberni), Hilda  and Mair stuck to his original statement -Ke!llingfon_of the__Cowichan_Valley_and_  that justiftdation cannot be talked about   Charles Nash of B.C.' Hydro met on CK-  VU's Forum with Laurier Lapierre to  discuss the transmission line.  Mair's trip to Sakinaw Lake  enlightened Mair to the possible environmental damage to the lake, White  said.  ��� However, Mair said viewing the site  personally was more useful than holding a  public-meeting  create an environmental conflict with  Ambrose lake and dissatisfy North Lake  residents, White said.  Ambrose Lake was set aside by the  government as an ecological reserve for  nesting waterfowl.  The Sakinaw Lake group still prefers  the underwater route, White said.  Repayment scheme sought  on $2.5 million SIB loan  AniuaU of the Sechelt irriian Band has?v going to the provincial government con-  insaeveral recommendatjfons' Y*$rjt^j?ossible repayment, sche^es^for a  Harhotuv Texada_  Vancouver Island," White said.  "He could do it in one swoop with a  public hearing in a central place."  Mair left with two alternative routes to  study ���; the .underwater route from  Reception Point ui Halfmoon Bay through  the military reserve in Georgia Strait to  Nile Creek and a new route worked oiit a  few days before the meeting, White said.  This route crosses and travels up the  Head of B.C. Hydro's Systems Design  yHemftfTna pfln toeaFft part nfififl~ Eamon~CfQwler^d'them~itrwas~(,com^  line where there was a problem and   pletely out of the question, though he  discussed it with the people from Egmont,   admitted it^was technically feasible,"  Pender_ Harhotuv Te^a_r^Iina7Jnd7"^^t6^4r^Tl _   I~   This route would raise the cost of'  building the line nearly $150 million as well  as increase maintenance costs, Crowley  said.  "Mair checked him up a bit on that,"  White; said.  "He said he wanted to see proof and  Crowley/aid he would do a study on it."  /mf?the 45-minute meeting at Jim  Wolnencroft's home, Sakinaw Lake  Miss Gibsons Sea Cavalcade 1979  Maureen ForsytK  Come one come all to Gibsons'  Sea Cavalcade celebrations  Come on down to Gibsons this weekend  and get your feet wet during the annual  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade celebrations.  Action is back-to-back from the opening  ceremonies on Gibsons wharf 7 p.m.  Friday to the final Judging of the float-  afloat contest and awards presentation  4:30 p.m. Sunday. This year's Cavalcade  theme ia Gibsons' Fifty Golden Years.  Continuing this year ls the Sea  Cavalcade Tennis Tournament. Tennis  enthusiasts may enter in ladles', men's  and mixed singles and doubles and should  register at Trail-Bay Sports in Sunnycrest  Mall until noon tomorrow or phone 886-  8020.  Indies'and men's singles'start 8 p7m.  Friday, on the Elphinstone school courts.  For time of play, phone Eric Cardlnall at  886-7449. There are prizes for all winners  and finalists and consolation prixea for  first-round losers.  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is  hosting an art exhibition emphasizing  local history with iU own collection of  memorabilia and with a special three-day  showing by the Vancouver Art Gallery of  paintings on a nautical theme to match  that of the Sea Cavalcade.  Local artists are invited to display their  works, but since the weekend celebrations  Include a Craft Fair, the museum is  concentrating on the finer arts���painting,  Artists displaying their work Aug. 4 will  be<^rg^aiiuntaiallee.MyouwWito  show your work or want more information,  phone 880-8232.  For the first ��� and possible but ���  *Ume, the quantity and quality of men's-  facial hair eomriwihraitiraernrtnr  beard-judging contest on Gibsons wharf 7  p.m. Friday night. Those men with tho  largest, worst,' best or salt-and-pepper  (beard�� will be rewarded.  And, the Sea Cavalcade committee  warns, those beardless men without "old  smoothie" buttons, beware of public abuse  in the stocks.  Saturday's parade leaves the Sunnycrest Mall at 10 a.m. and ends at Dougal  Park.    . ,,,..,.  Cont��mtants in the poster contest, bike  and costume parade, bike race and Float-  Afloat contest must pre-register.  About noon Sunday, Elphinstone Aero  Club will stage its fly-past. Always a big  draw, the watersports will pit men and  women against each other in log-burling,  greased pole and Jousting events most of  the day.  Planner hired  _  A West Vancouver private planning  consultant was appointed Sechelt's village  planner following an interview Jury 24 in  the council chambers.  Dinnis Walton was retained on a full-  time basis in August at a salary of $3,000  plus expenses to catch up on the backlog of  zoning and subdivision applications. After  the first month Walton is employed a  minimum of four days per month or one  day per week at $250 per day until  December 31,1979.  Waltonta experience includes stints  with the ministry of municipal affairs as  planning officer in the regional planning  division from 1960-1962 and with the  London, England, County Council as  planner in 1962.  From 1963 to 1974, Walton was the  director of planning for the municipality of  West Vancouver. Before his latest position  as deputy-planner for the District of North  Vancouver where he co-ordinated a series  of land-use studies, Walton spent some  time in Melbourne, Australia as the senior  planner for research and development.  Walton said last week his first duties  would be "steeping myself into the  guidelines you have in existence and  following up the course council has laid  down."  The budgeted yearly amount for village  planning ran out earlier this year.'Village  clerk-treasurer Malcolm Shanks said  Walton will be studying other  municipalities' methods of regaining  planning costs from developers through  subdivision ahd zoning applications.  In this way, the developers will be  paying for most of Walton's salary, he  said.  The government is trying to coitectj&e  loan made, to SIB, International in7I97�� for  the purchase of all Artie Harvester'fishing  boat  west side5of .Sechelt Inlet, cuts overland   jcesident Ivo Cargnelli flew over the new  ^behind Nti^i/Laka-'and cTtfises' Agamr/iw^sed^ufe'^ - -   ;  iiaenntnwi Channel about ohe^qu&rteir of ����� "��� .Attejidingythe .meeting-also were two  mile closet to the soufir mourn of. tljaP p^er'Sakinlft^Lake residents, Mair's  channel than the present proposed route,   deputy-minister and executive assistant,  Sechelt interested in site  This route would solve tbVprobleiB; of  v, -1       crossinfLTover Sakinaw Lake and .the  According to Bob Exell, an advisor to   moum7WTendef Harbour, but it would  the provincial government on Indian affairs,  the  SIB  have  not made  any  repayment on the loan. i  However, a financial consultant was  hired by the provincial government to look  into the financial capabilities of the .SIB  and to come up with recommendations on  a repayment scheme.  These recommendations have been put  before Labour Minister Allan Williams  and Economic Development Minister Don  Phillips for approval.  "My understanding of the situation is  that the consultant haa come up with  certain recommendations and it is now up  to the ministers to okay them," Exell said.  Exell went on' to say, if the ministers  approve, the SIB would live up to those  recommendations. (  "He came up with a scheme he felt  would be workable. Afterall the government wants the enterprise to succeed," he  -said.  However, SIB chairman Gilbert Joe  has no idea what the consultant has put  forward.  "Our whole financial structure is under  review and that ls why I don't think it  would be fair to make a comment other  than to say we haven't received those  recommendations," Joe said.  What type of alternatives does the  government have?  "SIB have a successful operation there  and they can succeed if we don't put a  heavy hand on them.  "Of course ono of our possible alternatives would be to seize the bloody boat,  but what good would that do," Exell said.  Alan^ Ferguson of the Environmental  Land-tJse Committee.and Jim Stevenson  of B.C. Hydro's engineering department.  Hyy,   .    .   .  Sechelt,village council has expressed  interest in. a portion of land owned by the  Senior Citizens' Housing'Society intending  to locate a Joint-use facility, there, the  Times learned last week.   ,  The approximately twotacre section is  part of the property on which the senior  citizens' housing complex Greene Court is  situated.' 7  However, tbe society decided in a  meeting June 24 to strike'a committee to  investigate future uses for the property  and denied council's request to discuss its  possible sale. . '"  Coundlpreviously sought to rezone a  one-aore portion of Block Seven from  Residential I to Public Assembly in order  to locate the Joint-use facility which would  house offices for the regional board, school  board and municipality, a common  boardroom and the library.  The council had a verbal agreement  with Shorncliffe Development, Ltd.,  owners of Block Seven, to exchange the  properties on which the municipal hall and  library are located for the one acre portion  and $20,000 and were in the process of  formulating an interim agreement.  The agreement was sent to village's  solicitors Bull, Housser and Tupper and a  revised agreement was returned.'  A Shorncliffe spokesman said since the  public hearing July 11 where the bylaws  concerning this and other rezonings were  /''���.���- ... ��� ���   .  Labor flare up cools down at Port Mellon  A two-day talk session between union  and management with an officer of the  (���aWRifcsWa-W��� ,r*"WV*sTW^WsWw-*���sT " m^^F^^m3m >7^mr^mmm -* <wm0 �� 9b��*1sWnw������.''.m*w ���.  yielded employees of Canadian Forest  Products' Port Mellon pulp mill "a few  results, nothing too dtastic," Canadian  Paperworkers' Union spokesman Dave  Gant said.  .Sixteen hours of discussion In tho  Better Methods building in Port Mellon,  Including a tour of the mill which "opened  the eyes'' dJum |oi>.Canfor people,  resulted In promises of immediate action  But In taking the results back to the  local, Gant said the general response was  negative.  off and put off until their (Cantor's)  credibility has gone down the drain," he  Management agreed to install air-  conditioning in six of the hotter areas of  the mill Including the backtender'a shack,  batchcook  digester  area,   recovery  %sffcniWB> ajpllwPiP PP *' '*m ^Fmmmmmto l ���WfliWB^B��*��s]fc ������ ?h#>Jb^W#*W '^mrwmmm^m^mm^m^m  room and assistant shift engineer's office  and the recovery maintenance lunchroom.  Management agreed also to start  immediately on shower and locker room  facilities in steam and recovery, In  another meeting August 13, both parties  will discuss the possibility of a central  shower and locker room facility for  prodHctioiii workers,  Bill Hughes, who left on vacation Just  before the meeting, returns before  The CPU local la looking into the  possibility of preferential hiring relief for  local young persona who need to earn  money only during tho summer months to  continue their education.  If the term ot employment ia specified  as summer months only, the company is  not committed to employ them permanently, Gant said,  Presently, em-  We certainty intend to do whaC we   plbyees are entitled to permanent em-  agreed to do as we have always done In the   ployment alter 30 days.  past," Port Mellon production manager  Jim Earle said.  Theso tasks are "part of an on-going  *pT!o|^Tra��^  amntttMrBtTitt  been "excellent progress over a number of  years," he added.  '���Nothing satisfactory was gained on a  local hiring policy, Gant said, and the  union will have to wait until mill manager  Earle said Cantor's hiring policy is  "consistent."  "We don't give preference to local  discriminate against local people," he  said.  The company has agreed to renegotiate  holiday ground rules In lato September  and October in time for (he 1900 holiday  season. .,  r  These have not been renegotiated since  they were first introduced in 1971, Gant  , Employees now will be trained ahead  two jobs at tho minimum and will be given  one day on each tour to operate the  equipment related to the new Jobs..  ; This will solve the problem of denying  employees their earned time off because  of shortages in manning.  .  Gant said the company does not feel  there is much of a problem with employees  unable to take their floaters, days-ln-lleu  or banked time.  The Industrial Relations department  now will maintain all records of denied  ���toWfrtoaMRllar-thtim^  **��W�� toidtiwm-theiftwdibtUtyis at  stake," Gant said. There were bull session  items agreed on two years ago which have  not been followed up, he said.  "If they don't go ahead, there'll be  nothing but chaos.".  discussed, nothing further has been  negotiated.  At a council meeting July 18, progress  on most of the bylaws dealt with at the  public hearing was delayed, including the  rezoning of the remainner of Block Seven  from Residential I to Commercial I.  If Shorncliffe cannot do something of a  commercial nature with the remainders,  the spokesman said, the whole block is  needed if the company decides to subdivide for residential.  Also, as of July 25, there was a tentative  offer frpm a buyer for the property,, he  said.  Since it was learned the remaining  Greene Court property may be available,  "we've had four or five people asking for  it," society chairman Norm Burley said.  ' The committee will determine whether  more housing should be constructed and if  not, what should be done with the  property, he said.  . It will take some time before this  decision is made and council was refused  their request because "the village is in a  rush."  "We're certainly not going to give the  land away if there is a chance we might be  building In the future."  Presently there are 24 units with 15  under construction.  Sechelt village clerk-treasurer  Malcojmjsiianks said the society "let it be  known the land might bo available for $1  and council followed It up."  Recent problems with the Central  Mortgage and Housing Corporation may  have caused some members of the society  to reconsider future construction, ho said.  Burley said some directors were  "disgruntled" enough about the situation  to warrant a new committee,  Acquiring the society's piece of land  would eliminate many of tho requirements  council has to fulfil before taking over tho  one-acre portion of Block Sevcn> Shanks  said.  Among the stops eliminated are  rezoning ond selling tho library property  whicjh has caused some dismay among  elder Sechelt residents. ~(���-  ������^p  ~&'  .."ft. ���-  PageA-2  The Peninsula Times  .Wednesday, August 1,1979  :   A time for giving  And yet another group of "do process of a fund raising drive,  gooders" comes knocking', oh our Their services.can be seen on any  doors, asking for. a slice of our given day, providing adult daycare,  already shrinking dollar. If it isn't the homemakers and a minibus service  Marching Mothers then rest assured for the handicapped. They help with  it, will be the people who are out to the child care workers and in the  save your lungs.and heart.  ���flf It gets a bit tiring after awhile and  it also makes you wonder if those tax  dollars your paying are going towards  anything else besides roads, sewers  'and maintaining the bureaucracy.  ': still,   the   organizations   and  alternate education schools.  Best of all, they are largely a  volunteer organization devoted to  helping our community- grow^and-  become stronger.  /These services are needed and  without our support they just can't  continue to serve the community  charities which hit you up for your  .spare change and extra dollars are a. adequately,  needed function in society. Most are The old, the infirmed and the  .do gooders, but not in the negative handicapped cannot be shuffled aside,  sense of the word. They need, as we need, to become as  . 7 They' do good, filling a large independent as possible,  -vacuum in society, helping those who Without the support of the SCCSS  st  *S��4-^  ���^  4  a��ooAy a  ???���  need help.  ,-Fortunately- most -of-those-  organizations don't have much work  to; do up here on the Sunshine Coast,  unfortunately we quite often don't get  to see what our dollars are doing.  this is almost impossible. They need  pot only your money, but also a little  of your time.  So over the next few weeks Just  don't think about it, dig down into  your wallets and your time schedules  However, this isn't the case with and perhaps you might find a little to  the Sunshine Coast Community spare ��� for the good of the corn-  Services Society who are now in the   munity and your own piece of mind.  Report Irom Victoria  Rubber stamp?  by Bon Lockstead  MLA Mackenzie Riding  A sign of the fim^s  First impression  by Bill Bell  A 19th century proverb says "First        That teacher had bis job cut out for him   were aspiring to become middle class.  impressions are the most lasting;" If that    right from the start as he had a class filled       Still, we thought we were tough and a  -holds-trui3-then-me-Sunshine-Coasts���to4he4>rim^ttprime-jerks. new-4eacher_was-marked_fot-apecial-aU  -beautyand residents1 friendliness has won -Wewerethe^osest-you could get to the���tention.   a lifelong admirer.   . blackboard jungle this side of Toronto, ,    This included the usual disrespect,  corner...  THE FABIE OF TJftE FRUIT  By ALISON WATT, Park naturalish  _  Porpoise Bay Pwwjncial Park.   .  _AsJfoe summer moves on, its various  "mcesTsTiow^tKem^elve^r^he7 fields and -  road sides .are evolving from a sea of  bright, showy blossoms to a more subtle  product: Each of these blossoms provided  a bright, inviting site for the collection of  nectar or poUen by ^ insects. The insect  visitors unknowingly transfer pollen from  flower to flower as they barge their way  into the nectar containing portions of the  flower. The pollen is quickly caught by the.  stigma-a sticky surface which opens to the  ovary of the flower; The pollen produces a  tube, which extends into the ovary, down  which the sperm travel to fertilize the  eggs.  : Once fertilized, the,ovaries begin to  enlarge, forming the fruit, and it is at this  - time.that the petals, and sepals drop off.  These bright appendages are no longer  needed. So form the berries which* are  ripening fast and furiously at this time of  year. -.   " ~Other flowering. plants go through a  similar process but do not produce berries.  They have different ways of accomplishing the same end. Some (such as  the dandelion) have, seeds attached,to  parachute-like structures. Being very  light they can be transported for miles on  the wind, far from the mother plant. Some  plants disperse their seeds on burrs which  get caught in the fur or pant leg of a  passing animal until the animal removes  them.  Berry.producingplantshave gone one  step further; the often brightly coloured  berries are consumed by many creatures,  the seeds being deposited eventually,  complete with fertilizer. Among the  animals which take advantage of this food  supply (bears, chipmunks, squirrels,  skunks, birds) are people.  Which brings us to the often asked  question "is it poisonous". This is often a  difficult question to answer as the toxicity  _of-qiute_a- few species_has_nol_beeiL  -estebushe'dscientifically^somapeopleare^  sensitive to certain berries at various  [  One of the most important yet least-  reported events ofthe past legislative session  concerned B.C. Hydro's spending estimates.  The government approved Hydro  borrowings in excess of five billion dollars.  The media treated the government's speedy  passage, of the Hydro borrowing bill as  .'^simple-h0usekeeping�� legislation....In other  .words, little coverage.  . In contrast, this month, one ofthe major'  stories on every newscast was the announcement by Minister of Energy, Mines  and Petroleum Resources Jim Hewitt that  the government would be making public a  provincial energy policy some time in  September. The point is not that the Social  Credit government has taken four years to  ; come up with an energy policy. No, the point  Is that, with the magnitude of Hydro's  spending, we already have an energy policy.  By virtue ofthe five billion dollar borrowing,  .there are projects in place that the Almight  Christian  Science  Comments  'IThou shalt have no other gods before  me." (EX. 20 3)  Of this great ���commandment, Mary  Baker Eddy writes, "The First Commandment is my favorite text. It  demonstrates Christian Science, -r���One  infinite God, good, unifies men and  nations; constitutes the brotherhood of  man; ends, wars; fulfils the Scripture,  'Love thy neighbor as thyself'; annihilates  pagan and Christian idolatry, ���whatever  is wrong in social, civil, criminal, political,  and religious codes; equalizes the sexes;  annuls the curse on man, and leaves  nothing that can sin, suffer, be punished or  destroyed." (Science and Health with Key  to the Scriptures, pg 340)  I The PEmmuLA^neb  .,.. ���  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt   on B.C's Sunshine Const  by  The Peninsula Times  for Wcstpres Publications Lid,  ut Sechelt, B.C.'  Box 310 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Phone 885-3231  Office hours: 8:30 a.m.  to 5 p.m. Tues.-Sut.  Subscription Rules: (In advance)  Local, $7 peryear. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10. Overseas $11..  Contributors:  Div. 7, Sechelt filcmentary   ,  Hubert I'oxoll  "'  "'""    Vern Giesbrecht      ��'  Dennis Gray  Maurice Hemstreet  Joanlo Norton ,  ^^ffrucciiloT)ln��ion'     "*'"��� ������ "* ���  **T^���^���^"-oajTsyifisfte*"��� **'*���������* -  Marlon Alsager  Peggy Connor,  *���' Doris jEdwnrdson  Mary Tlnklcy-Shannon  >s#ww*isV^MVs^w#SiA��ia^sv*sa^^^*siA^SN^^^^s^��s^.*^��W^  himself would have difficulty in removing.  ' If September's announcement is simply  a rubber stamp, what then is the province's  energy policy? Just listing off the projects  such as the Site C dam on the Peace River  and the Dunsmuir-Cheekye line provides  the answer. The 500-kiIovolt lines from the  Mainland to Vancouver Island is. going tojje  ��� one oif the most expensive parts of tfiaT'  energy policy. I have spoken before' about  the fear that residents ofthe Sunshine Coast  have regarding the, project, but my point  this week is simply this: construction  moratoriums exist only on paper. In the  estimates that the .government rushed  through the House, Hydro will receive  approximately $50 million to develop the  line; Once spending begins, ��tnd indeed  accelerates, an energy policy is in place no  matter what the minister chooses to announce in September.  But the whole idea of an announcement  from on high regarding an Issue which has  such widespread effects as a provincial  energy policy strikes me as a bit inadequate.  It shouldn't be done that way. A "more  rational and democratic approach to the  development of an energy policy would be  the public-hearings route.  That way Hydro would become a public  utility in theory as will as practice. For too  long the officials at Hydro have hidden  between the description of Hydro as a  publicly-owned corporation. Because of that  description, the Hydro engineers see opposition to their plans as against the good of  the province.  In terms of public money alone, it's time  to put an end to the "top-down" system of  energy policy Information.  Of course first impressions have been  known to go wrong ��� one Engfisfi~Prune_  Minister Neville Chamberlain returned to  England from Munich, Germany with the  impression peace was at hand. That of  course was in 1938.  Then there was General George  Custard's love for the rolling hills of Little  Big Horn as well as Captain Cook's  description of the friendly natives of  Hawaii.  , History proved their first impressions  wrongjtiut J've,goi.at.hwich-Pm going to  'enjoy working on the Pen Times. '  YOUNGER DAYS  It isn't often a reporter finds himself  reminded of his younger years in the  course of his trade. ~   '  However, when I walked into the  Sunshine Coast Regional Board meeting  last Thursday night a long forgotten piece  of history fell back into place.  Ridgeway Elementary, a school serving the Lower Lonsdale area in North  Vancouver was built out of not quite red  brick just after the first World War.  Those memories of grade seven at  Ridgeway came pouring back into my  mind. There I was standing in my running  shoes, shorts and T-shirt before a gym  teacher who couldn't of been much older  than 20 years.  everyone of us thought we were tough and   verbal abuse and stuffing off, combined   stages of growth, or when grown in certain  werelfflliiigTp^^ locations;   and-some��� otherwise -tasty   it.  A lot of the class came from broken  families with fathers who spent more time  in the Olympic Hotel beer parlour than on  the job. Grass still wasn't heard of much,  but that didn't stop some of the guys  getting high on such destructive things as  glue or when you could find it, a concoction  of Mountain Dew."  Mountain Dew was carefully jnix<  drink of at least ten different alcohol  1 beverages skimmed carefully off of^each3  bottle  in  the  family  liquor,. cabinet,  replaced with jn equal amount of water.  Lower Lonsdale at the time was made  up of-run-down poorly constructed war  time homes built for the workers at  Burrard Dry Docks.  Many of us would be pulled out of school  by the health nurse for various infections  and infestations. We never gave it a  second thought.  Our spare hours would be spent down  on the docks, bumming American smokes  and booze off of the visiting Greek sailors.  Mind you not everyone at Ridgeway  came from that background because as  you moved up the hill, the richer your  family was. I was In the middle where  most of my good friends had parents who  you can imagine:     ;     7^77~     7]   The Lower Lonsdale boys wouldTjy the  end of the year push the young, teacher^to  the limit and each time we got what we  deserved ��� double time and no canteen.  He worked us off our butts, push-ups,  long distant running, stride jumps and  worst of all no time for baseball games.  The yoiing gym teacher wasn't liked,  :berries^c6ntam-seeds=that_are_.toxic_if_  ~~ eaten in quantity.  We are fortunate _on_the coastto have _  many.edible berries. Among them are:  salmonberries,   blackberries,  huckleberries, salal berries, raspberries  and blueberries. Before collecting them  though a positive identification should be  made. A common misconception is that if  some of usstarted to resp��t;him7as?  a beryls teuton, by other creatures it is  ^ar'^fogressed, the gym ��� teacher *"' safe^pV us td^afrtoo. This is not true and  [dei fe# inistakes^y fte.eht 6^^g^pmipl^<S^s is lhat of the bright  hoof term everyoiW'knew you"'lidn''t''< *"red^lderl:  mess around in his class.  Whywere"all these memories brought  "back at~a"SCRD meeting in" Sechelt?  Because that young gym teacher was the  chairman,. Ed Nicholson.  Gone were all traces of insecurity  which we used to our advantage to bug the  hellout of him. Both of us have grown up a  lot since those days at Ridgeway.  After the meeting, Ed who was just as  surprised to see me as I-was to see him,  asked, "Your're not going to hold it  against me are you, Bill? I was so young  back then."  . Heck no, Ed, I won'thold it against you,  if you don't hold any grudges about the  time I'let the air out of all your tires. After  all I was so young back then.  Letters to the Editor  Have you noticed?  Thanks  Once again the Sunshine Coast Society  for Vietnamese Refugees would like to  thank all those people who have been so  generous with their support toward  sponsoring several families of refugees  here on the coast.  The Society has now $3,500 In its bank  account and $4,500 more in pledges.  Material donations such as blankets,  sheets, and towels are needed. Materials  can be left at 1247 Dolphin St, ��� at the  home of Howard and Maxine Pratt.  Arrangements can be made to have theso  items picked up by phoning Elaine Futterman at 885-2305, Actual pickup will  begin the second week of August.  The Society Is still looking for low cost  rental accommodation that will be  available" around the beginning of September.  For more Information please phone  Elaine Futterman at 805-2305.  Is fitness Important?   I  ... .4��5K,��ny��,MCNBy*,��  pst/mcfflffcnoMm*��  mm TMa (Canadian mowsmani Inf M'ao'ial Wnass'  Editor, The Times:  Have you noticed how your monthly  Hydro bill is going out of sight? One, two  or three hundred dollars seems common,  A lot of us are asking why.  Why do I pay 45 mills for power while  Crown Zellerbach pays six mills? Why  does Bonner sell power at six mills to the  forest industry on the Island when it costs  us between 13 and 25 milla to generate?  These ate Important questions and they  deserve answers from Charles Nash, Vice-  President in charge of B.C, Hydro's  rhetoric machine.  What UT'clear Is Hydro's debt which  Nash calls a "mortgage" stands at 5.8  bllllona dollars. Any thing which incrcaaea  the debt, will boost the homeowner's bill.  Projects such as the Cheekye line which  threatens to increase the debt by one  billion without providing one watt of now  power will fall on our shoulders.  B.C. Hydro recently wrote a.letter to  tho government urging them not to release  the Schaffer report. The reason Hydro  gives ls that It will confuse the Issue further. It Mr. Nash wishes to keep the record''  factual ho would be wiser to supply us with  information rather than hla disingenuous  attempt to discredit Hydro's critics.    '  Tho Information "blackout" Imposed  by Hydro and the government are not  helpful to the public debate on ohergy.  No one will be convinced by Nash's  assurances regarding Hydro's nuclear  plans. After all, Robert Bonnor Is the  president of Hydro and he has made hla  pre-nuclear stand clear over and over  again.   July 18 reportai ��,��.�����,,���,-,,.,.,.,���..,;���,,...,,���,,,���  "B.C. Hydro chairman Robert Bonner  thinks Canada should Increase its energy  exports to help finance the country's  future energy needs."       ,, '  The article quotes Bonnor speaking to  the Electrical Engineers meeting in the  Hotel Vancouver.  "We could obviously develop our own  needs much more readily with 23 million  people'(Canada's population) and a  foreign market rather than just ourselves."  Aside from the problem of logic which  arises (that is satisfying our needs with  power we have exported) Bonner's vision  of our continental energy future is clear.  What is not clear ls the social and environmental cost of acid rains from coal  plants, drowned river valley farmlands,  atomic wastes, defoliated powerlines,  contaminated water supplies and  skyrocketing electricity bills.  Hydro ls currently selling just under  half of its generating capacity in B.C.,  much of it below cost to industrial users.  The monthly bill testifies to tho crushing  burden of -Hydro debt carried by the  homeowners. Hydro's plans for new  projects can only increase our surplus  capacity, our debt and pur utility bills,  If I.am wrong Mr, Nash, then I am in  good company. During the past year Peter  Pelce of UBC, Dra. Cox and Helliwell  dealing with hog fuel cogeneratlon, Paul  H. Jones for the federal forestry branch,  Marvin Schaffer and numerous other  critics and consultants as well as members of tho opposition havo raised these  ..matters,   ���... .,,,   It has become apparent to governments  at all levels that what a Province editorial  torms "the sad state of energy regulation  In B.C." needs attention.  - ��So spare us ti��claims(rf Inaccuracie*  and tho offorta to dlscrodit your critics,  Mr. Nash. We urge tho government to  release tho Schaffer report rather than  manipulate tho information flow. '���    <  ' Joe Harrison  SCRD Director  Medical aid  Editor, The Times:  Since the formation of the Medical Aid  to Nicaragua Committee '(MATN), conditions have worsened for hundreds of  thousands of Nicaraguan refugees.  The war has devastated Nicaragua.  Today, the country faces a disastrous  economicfuture: an inherited foreign debt  of two billion dollars, bombed-out cities  and roads, and the prospect of no autumn  harvest (important for food and export).  There ls also a great need for medical  supplies and thla Is why MATN was formed. MATN is raising money for medical  supplies. All money collected will be  channeled through the Catholic Relief  Agency in Costa Rica and OXPAM-  "Cahada7 BothOrganizations have"  established aid projects for the refugees.  MATjN has the support and endorsement of over fifty prominent British  Columbia doctors, lawyers, professors and  politicians, They have shown their concern. Wo would like you to show yours by  sending a contribution for urgently needed  mediqal supplies to MATN, 2524  CYPRESS ST., VAN. If you; would llko a  tax deductible receipt please make your  cheque payable to OXFAM-rCanada,  Rev.WesMaultsald  Harvey MacKinnon,  Chair, Western Regional Board OXFAM-  Canadn  for Medical Aid to Nicaragua Committee  Water pressure  Editor, The Times:  It's great to have good water pressure  --jgatirtirWestfl^  To Gordon and his staff along with  members of the Regional Board who  worked together with the Sechelt Indian  Band to improve the water supply to West  Sechelt, my thanks.  Aid. Morgan Thompson  ���beriy wch we see hanging in  buAches on bushes along the roadsides;  these berries have been known to make  people ill though the birds consume them - -  voraciously.  For anyone interested in. pursuing  identification of our wild berries an excellent guide is Wild Berries of tile Pacific  Northwest by J.E. (Ted) Underbill It  describes and illustrates common berries  as well as includes a number of recipes.  . Another way to learn about some'.'of the  local berries is to come along on my walk  on Friday at 8:00 pm.  Other events this week:  Sat. (4th) Bird watch at the porpoise bay  marsh 8:00 am.  Sun. Spider Hunt for kids 10:(Xft.m, 8.00  pm a talk ��� "The Hole Truth About    -  Woodpeckers".  Mon. 10:00 am. at Roberts Creek picnic  site ��� a beach walk "under the rocks and  in the sand".  Tues. 11:00 am I will be leading a walk  into Skookumchuck. Meet at the Park info,  sign on Egmont Road. There is a low tide  of 1.3 at 11:40 am and a high tide of 15.3 at  6:55 pm.  Meet at the change house on the beach  for any events at Porpoise Bay.  Young hero  E^sitor, The Times:  Yesterday morning our family had a  horrifying emergency, but with the help of  a 15-year-old boy it was made much  easier.  We got up at 8 a.m. to go for a water ski,  Our 13-year-old son went first. When he  finished his ski he came barrelling into the  dock with intentions of spraying me, his  mother.* He misjudged his speed and  collided with the dock.  What I saw next was terrifying and I  panlced. I screamed for help and our  , friends came and helped place him on the  dock. Ono yelled to go get help, I went  running down the beach to the other cottages to got help,  All I can remember saying is1 will  someone please help me, 'I need help'.  Kevin, a 15-year-old came up and  asked me what happened and then went  running to our dock, By the time I got  thore, Kevin was very calm and had all the  adults running around making stretchers,  getting bandages etc. It was amazing.  On the way to the ambulance Kevin not  only kept Craig from getting hysterical,  but also mo, A doctor who arrived on tho  scene about the same time as the ambulance said he couldn't have done more  or better himesolf.  I wanted to share this experience with  *"othwto���let*tliqw^  Seat teenagers out thew��4 that they  ould be told about as well as tho others.  Thank you, Kevin Strong.'   Jean Brown  7171 Goldon Street  Burnaby, B.C.  ,,r v ���;���  ���+\  ;:f  7'i.itl  Ih--  PAINT WITH THE BEST - SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY  GENERAL PAINT  7*" PAINT $Q99  TRAY KITS    0  PAINT $9487 A  THINNER *"���*' *%  Oki   _&*<������>)  Tops Them All!  $999  PADS1 *��  On New or Re-Do  Wood Siding.  Woodcraft Solid Color Stain provides,  long lasting, yet low cost protection  for new exterior wood siding or  previously painted surfaces. Woodcraft  flows on smoothly, providing a rich  low sheen finish that resists cracking,  peeling, blistering, cedar and redwood  staining and mildew. Choose from a  wide range of contemporary colors.  Where a natural grain finish is desired on  new wood siding use deep penetrating,  Woodcraft Semi-Transparent Stain.  WOODCRAFT another Best Value^.  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A'  -\. 7-  !'���<*  flqffmopn Bj^hoppen/nflis  M^ry;$hpnnbn,;^i. 885-9?o5  ?ageA4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 1,1979  Boating can be fun  s  Gibsons glimpses  Arfs  cou  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  v The Community Arts Council has had  sun enormous amount of work done on their  gliding at "grass roots" level. There are  at least 20 such centres In B.Or and across  Canada.  '{ In my conversation with Verity Purdy,  who is on the executive of the Arts Council,  te says such a centre would bring  ople's talents, together' to share with  otters, Some focal points would be visual  tfrts, music, ceramics and dance.  �� There is a need, now, for large amounts  ot money in order to be able to complete  tjhe community arts building in Sechelt. _  They will need-to apply* for all possible  grants. There is a desire by all its members tq move forward more quickly.'  I There are about 90 members, many  young people and tbe "old backbone" who  ate Joining together and working towards  their goal They NEED encouragement to  put on a big campaign to raise operating  money and a substantial amount is  _iSquired^= \ ___-__-____=-_____ =,-_ _--_  7 In order to apply for grants, the council  must set a STANDARD of excellence and  quality. They need the general support  from the community! Then all artists in  any field could bring their art or crafts to  be displayed in this building; a gathering  p&ce for all talents and a sharing place for  their interests.  T^The opening date of the gallery will be  August 4,1979, see you there.  CURLING CLUB  i The Curling Club barbecue which took  -pk<��last^tui^y^as^-gi^t-successr  care of the, pork cooking, Keith Frampton,  Howie Harson and Pam and Dennis  Suveges; who did a fanstastic Job of  convening this event: They hope it is the  first of many more to be. The committee  would also like. to extend their appreciation for all the help from Gi^  Schneider and John Gaw. Many thanks  fellas!  FUN GAME  The Cedars Ladies and Men's baseball  team played a "fun" game against each  ; .others, with Jiniplre Garry FiteheUcalling  a very fairplay.lt wasawell fought ba^ie,  and the men's team won by two runs only.  After the game, a barbecue was held at the  residence of Larry and Pam Knowles.  Special guests were John and Chris  Kavanagh and family, past owners of the  Cedars Inn and new owners Mr. and Mrs.  Tom Smith and family.  SEAL FUES TYEE-1~ -7- j. .':. -  Duck .Rock Beach at Redrooffs is  usually a lively place on summer afternoons and Sunday, July 22 was no ex-'  ception. The beach and water swarmed  with life for all the cottages were filled to  overflowing and there were three  generations at the Ross McAllister and  Phil Dill cottages.  The centre of attraction was a baby  seal which showed no fear of the crowd,  but seemed to be in distress, trying to  scramble up on to the boats'and floats, as  if it needed to rest.  It swam close beside a rowboat and  scrambled up on to an oar and rested  there. Bob Brodgesell telephoned Conservation Officer, Jamie Stephen who  came straight away and, with the help of  some of the people on the beach, lifted the  'who loved to sing and. what a wealth pf  talent, came to light.  Included in the singing group were  Patrick and Patricia sMarphy,�� Ruth  Forrester; George Carpenter and Bernie  Ackerman and there was no dearth of  pianists for Elsie Julian took turns with  Daye McBrayne, a newcomer to Sechelt.  - Ruth Forrester bad taken along her guitar  to lead some community singing and, at  the end of the trip, as the Norsal approached the Halfmoon Bay wharf, she  struck up the music of "Halfmoon Bay", a  delightful song which she had written and  composed.  Grace Rutherford and her Welcome  Beach Executive are certainly to be  congratulated for coning up with such a  popular innovation and for. the  magnificent Job of organizing they^did.  Special thanks are due to the people who  pup into a tubv There was no sign of the  mother, so it was assumed she had either, spent so much of their cruise time in the  abandoned the pup or had met with some   galley preparing and clearing away the  disaster. ^ '_ lunch.  They were  Grace Rutherford,  Since the young seal was only two or   George MdMat7MurTay,T^an^y^wwn,  Visiting Ray and Vivian Chamberlin  -are-granddaughters-Cheryl and Brenda  Painter of Duncan, B.C.; also Mercedes  Zavala and Monica Batiz from' Cuer-  navaca, Mexico. Cheryl met Mercedes and  Monica at Guide camp and invited them to  visit her in Canada.  OOPS!  OOPS sorry, for omitting Melanie  Mahlman,- Fashion Show commentator's  name from the Royal Parade of Fashions  event held last Thursday evening. Sea  Cavalcade Queen 1978-79, Mealanie did a  fantastic Job as commentator.  certainly^oingbythe^amountT)ffoodT)ut^  away: Dennis tells us that three, sides of  pork (done in a dug out pit), plus 60 pounds  of salmon were consumed.  ���rSpeciatthanks to flton Batorwhojook  three days old, it was unable to fend for  itself, so Jamie took it home with him and  tried unsuccessfully to feed it with a bottle  and nipple. Apparently, pup seals do not  suckle, but the female has a built in pump  which actually forces the food into the  pup's throat.  So Jamie force-fed the little creature  and it settled down quite contentedly for  _the night._NeXt morning, in response to his  plea, Tyee Air flew the seal into Vancouver where it ia now being cared for in  Mhe Stanley Park Aquarium. When it is on  solids it will be released, .together with  four other baby seals being cared for at the  Aquarium.  BEEFS AND BOUQUETS  No Beefs this week, but our two  bouquets go to Tyee who gave its usual  passenger a free ride into Vancouver and  to Jamie Stephen who obviously doesn't  work on a five-day schedule when wild life  ���ir in trouble; : -  Dorothy Ackerman, Ruth Forrester, Alice  Halford and her sister-in-law, Jean  Ackery.  It was such a successful venture mat  pressure will certainly be put on the  Welcome Beach Community Association  to make this an annual event  A deck chair which was left on board  can be reclaimed by a telephone/call to  Grace Rutherford at 88M672^__, ^  SQUARE DANCE PICNIC  The Redrooffs beaches were unusually  quiet for the first part of July, but Duck  Rock Beach burst into life on July 21 when  Alan and Marguerite Jacques hosted their  sixth annual square dance at sSandford  Dene. More than seventy square dancers  took part and they came from all over the  Sunshine Coast and from Vancouver.  There was a shortage of callers as the  Maurice Hemstreets of the Country Stars  and the Jim MacPhersons of the See-Saw  ^uares-wer��Hinable-to-attend,-but-the-  v Taking atout ah outmg this weeke^  0>risiderteking a boat cruise. It's a great  way to have a leisurely day; taking life  easy. Ajid at noon, you can' stop along  shore and share a delicious picnic lunch..  ..with a bunch of ants! y_ '.  i'} Ants qui find a picnic basket alnjost as  soon as you set it down. Their, sensitive  antennae home-in on -sandwiches and  potato chips, and they're not at all bashful  about inviting themselves to the party.  Despite having poor table manners,  ants are beneficial and the folks at Allied  Boating Association suggest you consider  their positive side before condemming  their anti-social behavior.  Primarily, ants are soil tillers. They  keep dirt loose and productive for the  growing of many native plants and  agricultural crops. They also kill insect  pests such as termites and the larvae of  many destructive beetles.  Scientists have catalogued more than  15,000 species of ants around the world.  They range from inch -long army ants in  the tropics to small ants that herd other  insects and "milk" them much the same  as a dairy farmer. Some ants even take  their "livestock" into their nests during  winter and care for them:  There is no way to avoid ants on a  picnic, but you can take time to study their  way of life. Spend a few moments ,watH,  chtag your sandwich-crumbs disappearlh  the green jungle where ants live,, and.  you'lihave a better understanding of their  value to man.  Tc  Don't forget your  daniadown  Enjoy pure, weightless comfort every day ol the year under a  Daniadown Ideal.for vacations, Daniadown js available in  luxurious down or non-allergemc Cfa'cron II. Just shake to make  your bed in seconds and use witha Daniadown washable sheeting cover in a bright mix match colour Contact uS for a colour  brochure and the name of a dealer near ypu.  *' .-"��* /  .' "J&to~  W daniadown quilts ltd.  ^_M. Vancouver, B.C.  ^TP'.    "Over 10 years of Quality* Service"  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  886-7411 pr 8S6-S023  GlENDASASARATT  It is sad news to hear of pes Plourde  passing away. The community will  remember Des for his very active role in  JherjGibsons: Athletic Association,, his  nelghbbrliness,  and - other  community  NORSAL CRUISE  The Welcome Beach Community  Association chalked up another successful  "first" on July 22 with the organization of  a cruise around"theJGuirbTXS^rgiaTThe"  service  . Each morning and afternoon during the  school year, the Minibus driver cheerfully  (ticks up Aaron Kelly to transport him to-  and from Sechelt Elementary School.  Although Aaron would prefer to travel  with his classmates on the regular school  bSs,' this is not possible because W sis  confined to a wheel chair which requires  the special lift equipment provided by the  Minibus.  For Mrs. Kelly, this services makes a  big difference. She can and does when  necessary lift Aaron into the car and then  lifts the heavy wheel chair into the back of  her station wagon. It is obviously a strain  upon her. ��  The Kellys genuinely appreciate the  service which the Minibus provides under  the sponsorship of the Sunshine Coast  Community ServicesSociety. Thei Minibus  also provides rides to seniors and to others  on the coast who are in some way handicapped.  The Society is interested in serving the  whole coastal community and is an active  participant in helping the community to  develop and to grow. The Homemakers,  Volunteer Bureau, and Adult Daycare also  play a growing role in serving the Sunshine  Coast.  efforts/He was amember of ihY 25 Year   day was perfect,, with warm sunshine and  Club, Canadian Forest Products employee  for 23 years at Port Mellon.  Des was respected by people in every  walk of life and was well known for his loye  of fishing and the sea.  .   Queen Melanie Mahlman  and her  chaperone attended the Mission Pageant f _  r last weekend. We were givenirtour of tnW?*twiHea*ff fittalhe wharf when the~pTto$  a soft breeze rippling the water, as one  hundred people from Halfmoon Bay,'  Sechelt and Roberts Creek assembled at  me Halfmoon Bay wharf.  They were in holiday mood as the MV  Norsal slid gracefully into its mooring at  the wharf and the passengers embarked.  The ship had slipped her moorings and  city and were particularly impressed with/  seeing Westminster Abbey. Westminster'  Abbey is a Benedictine monastery located  on a 600 foot elevation above the Fraser  River, consisting of 200 acres that includes  abbey grounds (beautiful), farm and  seminary campus. Its most distinctive  feature is the 169 foot tower with a ring of  ten bells.  Mrs. Marjorie Roberts returned to  Redhill, England following six weeks visit  with her niece Joy Maxwell and husband  Bob. J^  70, Marjorie even went on a couple of  fishing trips which started at 4 a.m. and  she helped Max land a salmon. Marjorie  would like to express her gratitude and  appreciation to everyone who made her  visit on the Sunshine Coast so memorable.  Congratulations to Bill Montgomery  and Gayle Ono on their recent  engagement.  PASSPORT PHOTOS  & CITIZENSHIP  WHILE YOU WAIT  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  Sunnvr mst  Contro    Gibson's  KITS 0,  \\\fin\   886*8010  owner, Jack Fournier, received a request  to return to the wharf.  Bernie Ackerman who had been acting  as director of parking had been so  engrossed with his responsibilities that he  almost missed the boat. Fortunately his  frantic waving and shouting attracted  attention and the Norsal returned to the  wharf' to pick him up.  The Norsal headed through Welcome  Pass and around the south end of Lasqueti  Island, turning northward so that  passengers had a close look at its rugged  shoreline..  By lunchtime the ship was anchored in  a cozy bay near the north end of Lasqueti.  With appetites sharpened by the sun and  fresh air, there was a dash to the galley,  where a feast fit for a king was laid out 8  cold cuts, chili, salads and pies of all kinds.  Then the ship continued north for a look at \  the strip mining on Texada Island and then  south down the channel which lies between <  Lasqueti and Texada islands. '  Passengers got a close look at some  interesting shipping along this channel,!  such as the Tugboat Challenger towing a;  U.S. container ship, the Frank H, Brown  and the Rivtow Log Carrier being towed:  by the Rivtow Lion. !  On board there was something for,  everyone ��� congenial companionship,!  quiet corners where one could bask in thej  sunshine or Just watch the scenery ��� and;  MUSIC1 The lounge where there was a  piano, quickly became the centre for those;  Vial of Life   j  The Sunshine Coast Lions Club is  flajry-Robertsons-werrtheraandiw-heip���  them out, Viv and Mary Pallot of the  Jericho Bell Buoys, who were holidaying  on Keats Island managed to hitch a ride  into Redrooffs and share the calling,���  An interesting diversion during the day  was the arrival-of a-50 ft.- sailboat  "Kalysaro", belonging to Bob and Lynne  Blount, the daughter and son in law of one  of - the See-Saw members, Pauline  Hellewell. The Blounts anchored their  sailboat just off shore and were in good  time to share the excellent picnic lunch...^  The only complaint heard throughputs  the day was that when the dancarstwanted  to cool oft between dances, they found the <  sea just'a little too cool for comfort.  ~' The Jacques' house guests who co-  hosted the party were Les and Wynne  Jacques and Ruth and Norm Hutton, all of  the See-Saw Club.  HERE AND THERE  The garage sale recently held by the  . Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department  was an outstanding success. The firemen  want to extend their warmest thanks to all  those who supported them by donations  and by attending the sale. When Val  Belrthol of Vancouver was asked to assist  in the drawing of the raffle winner, she  drew out the name of Gerry Grognet who  won a fine fire extinguisher.  Guests at the Bob Brodgesell home  have been Pam's daughter, Christine and  her husband Robert Reed, the couple  were married at Edmonton on July 7,  drove out to the west coast and spent part  of their honeymoon at the Brodgesell  home. They are both teachers and will be  settling In Red Deer, Alberta.  Larry and Liz' Dill with their two  children, Michelle and Stewart, have been  spending, a vacation at the cottage of  Larry's parents, Phil and Mary Dill. Larry  is a professor of biology at S.F.U.  Bill Urquhart is in St. Mary's Hospital  following a heart attack. _  The new owners.of the Anne Pressley  house at Redrooffs are George and Marg.  Carpenter, who have had a surprising  number of guests since they moved in a  few weeks ago; Last week-end they had  their daughter, Cathy and husband Claude  Hansen, their daughter Donna, son Jim  and Marg's sister, Thelma Kerr; all of  North Vancouver. Their grandson, Jamie  \Hansen, has already adopted Halfmoon  sponsoring the Vial ot Life program in the  /Bay aB his second home and accompanied  the new owner of Sechelt Family Mart  August 1st, frqe coffee & donuin  ��  Phylls would Ilk* to thank all customers  and friends for your past patronage.  announces     ���       \   , ,���. '  9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily  Sechelt area, and has purchased 600 vials,  decals and medical forms for this purpose!  The Vialbf Ufe prdgram'conaMrt)^"  form containing pertinent medical ln<  formation inside a plastic vial placed  under the top shelf of the refrigerator.  Decals are provided to afix to the  refrigerator door to Identify the Vial of  Life user. Anyone responding to an  aimergency call can easily find the u>  '''sWawlWa^sRslWWW^ WMRwM^ ll��MnWaWsWwWsFlaWs��V'.''^aMW^'-'>'^  medical requirement.  * This program has been developed  prin>arily for the senior citizens, but is  also of value to any person with special  medical problems.  Anyone Interested In obtaining the Vial  of Life or wishing more Information please  contact the Sechelt ambulance, Mike  'the Carpenters on the Norsal cruise.  At the Alex Ellis home are Hazel's  lIsteFm bro^^  Richard Blrk from Seattle. They sold; their  home on Southwood last year but they still  plan to return to Redrooffs for their  retirement in a few years.  Too fat? Too thin? Too tired?  Too often? Do somothlng for  somebody,,.  Yourbodyl  Fitness Is fun.  Try aomo. pmmipaaion  v,  VOLKER KAEMMNO ���������'��� V      * GOVERNMENT LICENSED  COAST PEST CONTROL LTD:  * Por guaranteed control of Carpenter Ants, Rodents, Skunks and  MADEIRA PARK, B.Cs  DAYCARE  Register NOW for August & September  PART-TIME & SOME FULL-TIME  SPACES AVAILABLE  885-2721  WILSON CREEK DAYCARE CENTRE  CALL  FOR INFORMATION  Village of Gibsons  Notice of Application for An Exemption from the  Prdvlslons of the Water Utilities-Act.���"-   NOTICE is hereby given by the Village of Gibsons that an application has been made to the Comp|roller of Water Rights for an  exemption from the provisions of th| Water Utilities Act and the  Energy Act with regard to the conveying of a bulk supply of water  as described in the proposed agreement between the Village of  Gibsons-and the Sunshine Cocjst Regional District.  Zj/jfrfi'A.-T-*',.  A copy of the agreement.i*tivailablerfOr,lnsp6ttloTr at the Municipal  Offices, 1490 South Fletcher;'Gibsons, B.C. 7 during regular off if e  hours. *-;     s L'  J.W. COPLAND.  Municipal Clerk  Village of Gibsons,  P.O. Box 340,  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1VO  Village of  Notice of Application to the Comptroller of  Water Rights Under the Water Utilities Act  and the Energy Act.  NOTICE Is hereby given by the VILLAGE OF GIBSONS that an application has been made to the Comptroller of Water Rights for an  amendment to the certificate of public convenience and necessity  for the proposed operation of a waterworks distribution system to  serve residents in the area of, *  Highway Jl 01 and Henry Road, specifically;  Lot 3, Block C, Plan 16702, District Lot 690.  Lot 1, Block C, Plan 10833, District Lot 690.    ,  Lot 4, Block C, Plan 16702; District Lot 690,  Block 3, Plan 3455, D.L. 902, Except south 400 feet of east 200,  Plart 3455, D.L. 902, Pel. A - C390020L of Lot 3,  Lot I, Block B, Plan 4573, D.L. 690,  Lot 1, Block C, Plan 3598, D.L. 690,  Lot 2, Block B, Plan 4573, D.L. 690,  Block 8, Plan 3654, D.L. 902,  Block C, Plan 10833, D.L. 690, Lot 2 of Pel. B of Lot 1,  Block C, Plan 4973, D.L. 690, Pel 1 of Lot B of Lot 4,  Lot C, Block 8, Plan 15339, D.L. 682,  ;wJlft<^iJPlfla4^^PJ^1.>693^(.���   Lot 8, Block 6, Plan 3633, D.L. 692,  Lot B, Block 1, Plan 9351, D.L. 603,  Block 8, Plan 4779, D.L. 682, Parcel B Exp. Plan 4221,  Lot 9, Plan 9769, D.L. 908, NE 1/4  Lot 1, Block 3, Plan 1275, D.L. 909,  Lot 10, Plan 97o8, D.L. 908, NE 1/4,  Lot 8. Plan 9768, D.L. 908, NE 1/4  . ���>  Any person wishing further Information In connection with this  application should apply directly to the Municipal Hall, 1490 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C.  Any ob|ectlohs to this application are to b* forwarded to the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Water  Utilities Act,  Parliament  .���M!W.!ne��i..YW on or before Auguft 2%  1979,  J.W.COPLAND)(  Municipal Clerk'  '(jMaawt^Bftt^iniiiw.:  Villager ot Olsons,  P*O*<'��OK*��a$40-f��-'��'����.'<--ik��'  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  r ���  \  \  4-  I - ~i~*%tri*'  V  y.  Book Look  By MUMtlE REDMAN '  i��  <f  . Friedmaiiis author of ''Rage" a movie  with George C. Scott. He has been  mathematician, construction Worker, and  lawyer, this New Yorker, and certainly,  ;suspeiise writer. No douWthis book will  .tecome a movie, too. 7 " -\ ~  Sloppier but non-the-less readable is.  Jaffa's CLASS REUNION. None of the  characters could be real. They are blow-  Wednesday, August 1.1979  Hie Peninsula Times  Reflections-  100 slaps  the face  on  x  By Vern Giesbrecht  PageA-5   ^  ��������������������������������������*������������  TERMINATION   ORDER   by   Philip  Friedman, Dial (Doubleday) 1979, 323,  pages.  CLASS  REUNION   by . Rpna v Jaffa,  Delacorte (Doubleday) 1979; 337: pages.   ,  'TERMINATION   ORDER .is   an  espionage' thjrilfer .^Author Friedman  admits that he "comes^very close indeed    to some fruthV^ ^ tliat my writingVnot goodenough or not    privtogV^^^^  speaks are those connected with agencies . way" in high school.- Intimate looks at   suitable for a particular publication or too    should do. we feel, is let vou show a nrofit  all he knows, it seems, is music,' so maybe  I'll let him take Beth to a concert and see  what happens.  , He's smiling already; it's going to be a  great evening, if he can just overcome his  one big problem!  You can do it, Alfred, trust me. I've gotj  it all figured out. Now, if I can just convince a publisher to go for the story. Since!  Alfred's bound to get a slap hi the face1;  along the way, perhaps his cfeator can,<  avoid one, this time. i  Several weeks ago I peached an im- we're talking hamburger perhaps���but at  portent milestonerone ttyt I dreaded but least a gesture that we think is important,  at the same time anticipated; The occasion Lord knows it's hard to get rich as a poet,  was the receipt of my one hundredth but we don't see why the majority of mags  rejection slip. In about four years of spare reckon a poet should starve for his art and  time writing, I have accumulated 100 slips pay out good money on envelopes, postage  of paper, usually form letters, telling me stamps, typewriter ribbons, etc. for tie  like the KGB and the CIA. He hints thathe  has received "help" from people he cannot  name, leading one to suspect that he has  inside information. ' ':>  The story opens as Gregory Moore, a  CIA agent in Vienna working undercover  as a computer company, vice-president,  learns that the Vienna office will be closed.  Since he has just set up a counter, activity  with a KGB agent, he doesn't wish to see  the Vienna cover disbanded. His bosses do  not agree.  How he continues his program, with  the KGB agent, Rukovoi, while trying to  convince his superiors to-remain open  makes for tense reading. How he manages_  tojstayalive-when habecomesaitargeUor-  soine unknown hit man makes for edge-of-  seat suspense.'  Moore's worries about funds to carry  on his operation, his romance with another  agent and his strangely close relationship  With the KGB agent has the ring Of truth.  His life is not the James Bond type that we  average citizens fantacize. It is thankless,  tiring - dangerous,- heartbreaking - work,  according to this realistic picture.  various stereo-types is the menu. Served  up ih flashback style are the Golden Girl;  the Sport's Hero Playboy, the Poor Little  Rich Girl, the Nice Girl Next Door, the  Intellectual and. the Nice Guy. They .all  meet at the college,, reunion to agonize  about their pasts.  Where the book parts from anything  like reality is that none of the folk are  either happy or well adjusted. Their lives  began a mess and have turned out even  messier. Some of the graduates threw in  their lots together for double jeopardy  situations. It is a kind of soap opera  supreme. -  , jaffe does, however, build her  -characto^^refully^devaloping-them-  psychologically in lock-step fashion. She  shows how each one of the four women and  four men in her story reflect iri adulthood  what was their destiny in youth.  Weaknesses then became obsessions later,  secrets of the past became guilts of the  future,     "  : CLA^ REUmONis the kind of book  you like to indulge yourself in only occasionally. *    's    :"-   *  long or too short or otherwise unacceptable. No one likes being slapped in the  face 100 times, so why do I take  satisfaction in these repeated rebuffs?  Certainly it's not because I think the  rejection slips will fetch grand prices  when I become famous. Nor is it because  I'm more masochistic than the average  person. Finally, the reason is not that  there's some inherent virtue in having  one's writing rejected so frequently. I  simply take pride in having persevered  against what seem to be formidable odds.  I first began writing as a hobby a year  or so after I left the newspaperbusiness to  become a teacher. Had I realized at that  should do, we feel, is let you show a profit,  however small, on your submission to us..  Perhaps I should have felt insulted by  the $3 but I was pleased by the token, small  as it was.Now, if some appreciably larger  _ .tokens should enter, my mailbox, I would  be even more pleased.  I'm already beginning to work toward'  _my"200th rejection slip, although I'm  confident my rate of acceptance will soon'1  rise dramatically. Like anyone who tries  to write, I believe I have something of  interest and significance to say, and I  won't relax until it's said as well as I can  say it.  u     ��. 4.   .____,    ���.. S0' il's back to my drawer full "of  time mat-virtuaUy^U^f-my-storiesrar---characters. They-grow-restive-attimes,  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  ALL EVENING SPRINKLING IS CANCELLED In the  Village of Sechelt  West Sechelt  Redrooffs to Francis Avenue  Please advise any non-resident neighbours of this restriction.  THLSJS_AN_EMERG_EN_C��_SIIUAIIOHI__ :_   YourcoopSfation is appreciated.  tides and poems would be rejected, I  might have abandoned my typewriter and  turned to a hobby with a greater chance of  success ��� perhaps wrestling alligators or  leaping over canyons in a jet-powered  motorcycle. In my zealous ignorance,  however, I believed that after a brief  apprenticeship my work would find quick  favor among the editors of the land."  Not so. My fascinating tale of three  hoboes who crash a city council meeting  and wreak havoc when they're denied  refreshments has been turned down by  eight magazines. Reader's Digest refused  to publish my heartwarming anecdote  about a troubled child, entitled I Love You,  Big Uncle. Two splendid basketball  stories, The Hotshot and The Perfect  Season, were dismissed by several editors,  as were short stories such as Uncle Ned's  Courtship, The Girl Who Wanted to be  Pretty^isiratParUng^^  eager to leap out and dance from their  pages and into the hearts of readers. The  characters I've created are almost real  people to me. I have to keep a tight rein on  them at times or else they'll take control.  .Take Alfred Martin, for example. He  started out as a real milquetoast, as wishy-  washy as Charlie Brown, as silent as a  shadow, but lately he's shown signs of  liveliness and strength. He's grown interested in a woman, Beth Ryder, and I  can see he won't be satisfied unless I make  something of it. The guy's a violinist and-  REFUGEE AID  Please Return This Coupon To:  P.O. Box 1186, Sechelt B.C.  D     I ENCLOSE A SINGLE DONATION OF $  D    I ENCLOSE 12 POST-DATED CHEQUES OF $  EACH.  Please Make Cheques ft Money Order* Payable to:  SUNSHINE COAST SOCIETY FOR VIETNAMESE REFUGEES  D  ���  I WOULD LIKE A COPY OF THE CONSTITUTION AND I THEREFORE  ENCLOSE A STAMPED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE.  I CAN DONATE [e.g. clothes, food, accommodation, time ��tc]  Name  Address  Phone  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  Trust a Stranger. I'll never understand  why my charming story about a portly  snowman, The Death of Old Ralph, has  jie.Yer _been_printed_or_why-numerous���|  ���'iJC> ^  �� Financial assistance  �� Management counselling [CASE]  e Management training  ��� Information on government  programs for business  Can we help you?  See our Representative  et: Bella Beach Motel,  Sechelt,   885-9361  oh: Wednesday, August 8th  :OTitenrhave beenqinkind=torTh�� sSuitease^^^n  and Love and Terror.  There have been isolated successes two  poems in Canadian Author and Bookman,  an article in B.C. Teacher, two in West-  world, and short stories in two obscure  magazines that inexplicably .folded shortly  after my masterpieces appeared. Three  s^. more stories were slated for publication :  but thejournals that planned.to print them  wenfci<Wrfcrupt^before1-thei world' could'*  enjoy" my contributions. My total  remuneration for the items that have been  published came to $303.  Then $3 arrived yesterday, unexpectedly, from Canadian Author and  Bookman, as token payment for a little  poem published in January, 1978. The  editor wrote, in part: "Nothing to go out  and buy a steak dinner with ��� unless  Erst  'A  <3  TABLERITE MEATS  B.C. Grown Fresh  Young  gets okay  on  TURKYS  Utility Grade 6-10 lbs......  PRIME RIB  STEAK  Cut sfiortfor B.B.Q.......  $119  . ib. JL  $069  . ib. wm  PORK LOIN  Whole or 1/2, '*  cut to your specifications  $1 69  lb. b*  FEDERAL EUEINISE  ')EVl:LOPMlNl HANK  (Branch Off lea Address)  The Roberts Creek Lions Club got the  go-ahead to develop Cliff Gllker Park from  the Sunshine Coast Regional District last  Thursday night.  The park which is presently being  leased by the SCRD will still be used by  both the Lions and the rest of the community.  Lions Club chartered secretary David  Duffy told the SCRD directors they  planned to use the park to its utmost  potential and to ensure the parks upkeep,  The Lions plan to use volunteer labour  and a Canada Works crew to develop the  park.  SCRD did ask that before any  development is started; the plans would be  brought to the board.  ���(���je*  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  -w l ���-���-���"������--���- '<���.- - - ���  The following properties moy sprinkle ont '  MONDAY ���7 o.m. to 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  WEDNESDAY���7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  FRIDAY ��� 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.  1. All waterfront properties.  * ���    .,.,..;;~^,w^  ....,.���.....,���,...���..  3. All houses north of the Hydro rlght.of.way In the Village of Sechelt, with the,  exception of Lookout Avenue.    ,  4. All properties fronting the south sldo of Norwest Bay Rood.  5. Derby Road, Blelgh Road and Wakefield Road In West Sechelt.  6. The south side of Chaster, Rosamund, Falrvlew A Grandvlew Roads In Gower  ���  Point, ���     ��� ���        '���  7. The west side of all streets In Langdale.  8. Whitaker Road In Davis Bay.  ,'  , '  V" MAOTIfflM   TUESDAY ���7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  THURSDAY ���7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  SATURDAY ��� 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.  mm'^^f^^^i^^  WHEN A FIRE SIREN IS SOUNDED, PLBASI TURN OF* YOUR SPRINKLER.  ���ft  G. Dixon  Works Superintendent  Maple   Leaf   or   Hint   of Maple Sliced  SIDE BACON    $169  Vac. Pack 1 Ib. pkg. ..  X  Maple Leaf B.B.Q.  WIENERS  Random Weight...      Pacific Meat Brand, Skinless  WIENERS  Reg. Vac. Pack, 16 oi   PRODUCE  ._,,���,���.,._,  ins or  RADISHES  Long Engbh  CUCUMBERS   "* w  2 bunches tacks ��v  , DANHH#1<9  '��������������....��.....��. Im.'  IGA SPECIALS & VALUES  Hill's Brothers  COFFEE ��� ��.*, $2"  RICE A ROM 59*  Sheriff's  SUNDAE SAUCE 69��  Kraft _m_m_\  SPIRAL MACARONI DINNER**, 39*  llRACtTWHIP v..,,. $175  MAZOLAOILi...��.;..,....:....... _M  VEGETABLE OIL h,���. 'I69  Sklppy  peanut iitoSET���: $119  IGA Random Weight -I A A/     r#  CHEESE ,J0%off  Kraft Canadian  CHEESE SLICES ,6 ���.  _"  MARGARINE u^T.��..  59*  Imperial Soft a a*  MARGARINE nb 89*  Dalryland __.____**  ICECREAM >...��� *1M  Quick As A Wink AAe  CAKE MIXES ��.* 39*  FACIAL TISSUES 2oo. 2/$l00  BATHROOM TISSUE 4^.poci,    *119  WPER TOWELS *.    . H00  Come to iMadevw - iM ^Dea/tf  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park#883-9100  1^  [ftT^ttflArtl-VKSl" &��- t <** I  ���'**����� -+*  M3  "WE RESERVE THE RIOHT TO LIMIT QUANflTIES"  .Prices effective Aug, 1-4  >      I  I1 V  ' I '      J1 ���   '  New Art Centre to open  ; The new art centre at the corner of  .Trail and Medusa begins a new era for art  for the Sunshine Coast when it opens its  -doors publicly for the first time on  Saturday, August 4.  Everyone is cordially invited to come  and see for themselves the cumulative  efforts of many months oLhardwork.  [Refreshments will be served.  :y The Sunshine Coast Arts Council is  "pleased to be opening with exhibits of  paintings by David Burggraf and  ;ceramics by Muriel Parfitt.  " David Burggraf was born in Chicago in  1943 and though he had no formal training  in art, he was staging exhibits in his home  city by the late 1960's.  His inspiration comes from the 16th  Century Dutch School; this led him into  ?: developing his skills as a still-life painter,  f David feels an empathy for the power that  .can emanate from stillness and  'tranquility, and his often nocturnal effects  j'.can.bring about a metaphysical aura.  �� Though David has been primarily in-  "terested in stilUife, his move to Roberts  7Creek ten years ago spawned an interest in  <landscape painting. The sense of quiet and  ;subtle use of colour found in his earlier  jworks are still evident -  Y Muriel Parfitt has 20 years experience  Twith ceramics, which has allowed her to  ..develop her own distinct feeling for clay.  Walk it to me!  rtmrnrwrm  Kionm  Most of her pieces are porcelain, and have  an appearance of delicacy, each work is  individual, and not necessarily functional.  Muriel is fascinated by the subtle forms  found in nature, and often the shapes she  creates suggest plants and Shells.  Roberts Creek is her summer residence  where she has her own propane' gas kiln;  which she^ set up7 in 1970. Muriel's  reputation is well known thoughout,B.C.  where she has won several awards. In  1977, she was one of seven invited to show  at the B. C. Potters Guild Invitational.  One of the objectives of the Sunshine  Coast Arts Council is to provide a building  of multi-cultural use with emphasis on  quality in all fields of art. This includes the  visual arts, music, performing arts, and  crafts.  Hopefully the^events will be diverse  enough to include as many sectors of the  community as possible. Local artists, as  well as those from larger centres, will be  featured.  Upcoming shows include an exhibt  from the Artists Gallery in Vancouver, a  juried show of local artists, a mask  making workshop ana exhibit, a selection  of local crafts, a music series, a 'culture  wagon' to take people to Vancouver, plays  and dance performances, plus much more.  The program is being arranged by a  selected steering committee and is open to  further suggestions.  The Arts Centre will be open from 114  Tuesday through Saturday. Everyone  welcome.  ��� 7  ,__  Sechelt notes  ty P?99Y Connor 885-9347  PageA-6 The Peninsula Times Wednesday^ August 1,7197<)  ^T AISq  SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  .   ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS  Tl AM-2 PM  *Rough Lumber * Logging * Cutting *Thlnnlng  Held Road 885-2455  Bigtime Loggers competition is coming  . to West Sechelt August 18, Saturday is the  day and the grounds in front of Wakefield  Inn are already prepared, the final touch  the raising of the spar tree taking place  Sunday, July 29.  Participants are coming from all over  the world, some expected from Australia,  U.S.A., loggers competing against other  top calibre loggers. Rivalry for first place  spurs each man oh to excel over his past  performances.  Ron Hartel from Sooke, World  Champion Logger, Ken Nelson, former  Sechelt man, a top man in logger events,  this year in charge of the PNE Loggers  Show, to' name a couple who hope to be  able to participate.  Ken Nelson is off this week to compete  in the World Championships at Hayward,  Wisconsin, specialty in the springboard  chop, this will be televised in three week's  time.   -   -   -     . '���   o    ,  LOCAL BUSINESSES  SUPPORT LOGGERS  The response and support coming from  the local business people is what is making  tins all possible, plus the help from the .  local community and loggers.  After all, this area was largely built up  due to the logging, many of the same  people coming to retire worked here years  ago, remembering how great it was.  There will be open class logger and  open class novices, one even for ladies, the  highlight of the day is the relay race, when  the six man teams compete in each event  and boy is there action wen! Each man  has one go to give his best shot for his team  and if that kind of pressure doesn't lead to  an exciting event nothing will.  Top prizes will be presented to worthy  winners, a bonus prize, for top logger of the  day, a prize he' certainly will have to win  on his own ability. ;  -The=WakeTield-Loggers-Sports-is-  dif f erent groups, A very worthwhile idea if  _eveiyonejj(H)perates/one place to phone  to answer your questions re volunteering,  who is in charge of what at the present  time, with so many newcomers it must be  confusing trying to. find out who. is  president of this or that, what auxiliary for  instance is in your area.  A needed service, take advantage of it.  REBEKAH LODGE SMORGASBORD  The Past Noble Grands of the Rebekah  Lodge No. 82 held a smorgasbord at the  home of Ivan and Eileen Smith Sunday,  July 22 and for those lucky enough to attend, was a bountiful feast for a nominal  sum of $2.50.  The purpose behind the event was to  raise money for the Eye Bank and Visual  Research, and to help with the new  equipment and machines in the Vancouver  General Hospital which the Oddfellows  and Rebeccas have already donated  $10,000 to purchase.  Held on the Smith's lawn with games of  chance like bingo etc. to entertain those  present.  Eileen's mother Mrs. Gorrie from  Vancouver attended the occasion.  NO HOST LUNCHEON  The Rebekahs held a no host luncheon  at the Parthenon to wish Mildred Whit-  taker the best of luck in her new abode on  .seventh avenue in New Westminster. The  ladies presented her with a lovely Nell  Whaites ceramic planter decorated with  seashells etc., a fine memory of her time  in Sechelt.  Mildred will be missed by the Sechelt  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital where she  worked as a volunteer, a Valuable member  and friend in each organization she  belonged. New Westminster's gain.  DOREEN JENKINS HOSTS  A lovely tea was held at the gracious  home of Harry and Doreen Jenkins in  -Selma-Parkv-Members-of-the^St.-Hilda's-  v SKCHKLT n  A Wide SeU'clion ol Tropical Plains.  Flowering   Wants   &    (actus.   Potter>.  Weaving.   Indian   Baskets.   Wooden   Items.  T-Shiris. Siher Spoons c\   Much. Much  More  ��� All l>\  Local Artists.  COMK IN o\  HROWS1  Opan 9:30 ��� 5:30, Mon. to Sat.  885-3818  Don't let lack of business  rob you!  ADVERTISE  The PeNINSULA*^**^  885-3231  NOTICE  OF INTENTION TO SELL  Sealed Tenders will be received by the Clerk-Treasurer for the  following properties, up to 12:00 Noon on Friday, August 10th,  1979.  Village Library Properties ft Building ��� Lots 3 & A, Block 13-OlstrJct  Lots 303 and 304, Plan 2615.  Minimum acceptable price $58,000.00  Village Office Property ft Building ��� Lot 9, Block E of Block 11,  District Lots 303 and 304, Plan; 8658.     ''���;  Minimum acceptable price $71,000.00  If further information is required please contact the Village Office  from Monday to Friday between 8:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.  Purchaser to pay all transfer fees.  Minimum acceptable price to include acquisition by the Village of  .Sechelt of a minimum of one acre of property with suitable access.  headed by Ron Brackett and directors  Garry and Rick, Radymski. The Brackett  family sons and daughters as loggers ahd  "cheerleaders at-loggingeventsrarerwell-  J.M.A. SHANKS.  Clerk-Treasurer  SUNDECKS  FIBREGLASS SHEET VINYL  SEAMLESS GUTTERS  5 INCH CONTINUOUS GUTTER MANUFACTURED AT  YOUR HOME. BAKED ENAMEL INSIDE ft OUT.  ALUMINUM FACIA COVER & SOFFIT  VINYL.      SIDING      ALUMINUM  ROLL UP   AWNINGS   ALUMINUM  CANOPIES & CARPORTS  BAKED ENAMEL ON ALUMINUM FOR MAINTENANCE FREE USE  BLOWN IN  mu* INSULATION ceiungs  EASILY INSTALLED IN NEW ft EXISTING HOMES  mT.r RAILINGS "UH.NUM  ANY SIZE Fl W_\% B? 4^ J% .tt EMlT-itl O FIREPLACE  VII onHiC  FIRESCREENS  ACCESSORIES  / ^\\ii//y\       ^�� 'nstil" nl' 0l,r products  Richard  Sasaratt  ���fte-7411  8161023  North Road,  Gibsons  ffiNi  fn.ti Estimates      No Ohlit|.'ttion  known.  Garry and Rick Radymski, like their  father was before than,  are  strong  community supporters, running their _  business ih a Way that does credit to the '  area and thems^vesT ;   ~  SECHELT MAY QUEEN  The complete story of our May Queen  entry into the Sea Festival parade didn't  "make it into print last week so to bring  *ev|nt��upftfeja|te:  Queen Lisa Blackwell and first princess  Eileen McKibbin absent on Saturday, July  21, even royalty takes holidays, second  princess tavonhe Ime^ for  Sechelt. Becky Cavalier substituted for a  princess. Also in the royalty party were  Eric Sweet and John Rogers, gift bearer  Jason Hindson, flower girls Lee Mcintosh  and Ulenda Knite. /  Accompanying the float as chaperones  were Dorothy Goeson and Sandy Cavalier,  without these two ladies I doubt whether  we would even have a May Queen.  Unfortunately the night before the  e-the-float-was-vandalizedrpatched-  up as well as it could be, however it was  most disappointing. Then the parade itself  was half an hour late in starting, the float's  position was near the end of the parade so  they had about a three hour wait before  moving off.  The float entries were gorgeous and the  kids thoroughly enjoyed the clowns and  the parade, then staying overnight in a  motel was an added adventure. '  Our royal entourage are to be coin*  mended for taking the time and effort to  represent the Sechelt area  with  our .  biggest asset, the children.  GREEN COURT HOUSING SOCIETY  The new block of accommodations at  Greene Court are fast approaching  completion, ready for tenants.  There is still time to apply and still  vacancies on the list. Phone or write Mrs.  Mary Walker at 8854347 or RR 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C. VOltf 1Y0. j  EXTENDED CARE  ST. MARX'S HOSPITAL  It was Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital's turn to entertain the  patients in the Extended Care Unit.  The weather was in their favor on  Monday, July 23, playing an Important  part in their plans which were for a picnic  in the attractive garden patio made  especially for this use.  Irene Temple and hor assistants  Gladys Brown, Elsbeth Logon, Peggy  Riley and Clara Lee had brought fancy  sandwiches and delicious sweets, along  with o big birthday cake,  Thoblrthday gal for the month of July  was Thelma Aylwin who shared the cake  with all those present,  Tho 14 patients enjoyed eating outside  In the fresh air in the company of the  auxiliary members.  Even thought it is holiday time and no  meetings are hold by the auxiliaries, work  , still goes on with the volunteers in the  hospital. Hairdressers faithfully attend  the beauty needs which help make the  patients look their best so they feel better.  Manicurist, patient feeders, flower care,  Jlbrary.cort, ^tJlrtiol|��t,��tra work  until the now show can be opened.  THE SUNSHINE COAST  SERVICE SOCIETY  This society has sent out j. question*  nalre to aU organizations so they may  compile a list of whom to contact in the  Church and other friends of Dorothy  Greene's were present to bid adieu to the  widow of Canon Alan Greene. Mrs. Greene  _moves-to-Royston.oa.Vancouye^Jsland,Jn.  -the-neariuture.   SUNSHINE COAST ARTS COUNCIL  The steering committee have planned  an interesting evening for members and  others who have helped towards the  building of the new Arts Gentre on Friday,  August 3.  Then oh Saturday, August 4 the grand  opening will take place for. all to see the  latest contribution to the Arts in Sechelt  for the whole Sunshine Coast and visitors'  pleasure.  *-��L  oVpjhgff  centre���  for  classifieds  SUNCOAST  AGENCIES LTD.  .SUNNYCREST CENTRE, GIBSONS  e Alignment  e Front End Suspension  e Brakes eShocks  Tires���Sales & Service  e Computerized  .Wheel Balancing  e^^^All  All Tires Sixes Available  IfMB COFFH *  lilFGoodrich iPGoodrich itFGoodrich  TIRE & SUSPENSION CENTRE  1 MILE WEST OF GIBSONS  t  ��� -< The Creek runon  ' 7 *:  <_���_���    '  s               ii  t.       ,  Thanks En  ri|0  . j        ���_  A                  V;         ByJEANIE NORTON,  886-9609  7" ;,���*.��, -.-vMfei^milv-#^iv\y-\ i yl lj>, _.-.  L.K  5 ��..-.7Tt  Wednesday, August 1,1979  L k  I *  i       i  regulars  Appreciation; Nighty .replete, with .buffet  - supper, a cake,a crown for Ernierseveral  choruses -of' 'Tor He's :'a Jolly Good  Fellow", kisses from all the ladies, flowers  for his wife,Agnes, and luggage for his  many trips to Reno. ; '"  The Legion was already hopping by the  time Ernie arrivedat 8:30 in answer to a  distress call to workthe bar, a plea he  must, have heard a 1 thousand times. As  impromptu M.C., Graver Proulx, said,  Ernie does more than any other member  THANKS ERNIE l y i   ; ;     ticipated in Ihe 5-mile bike-a-thonio camp  "Prince of the.Roberts Greek? Legion"   Byrig, raising ;��ver |50,  ��� there's7nqbodyTnore deservihg:of-the-^ ^Disco'sthVscene;among even the very-  title than Ernie Fossett,. crowned last  young these days ahd the dance and light  Friday night by more tti^n 60 Mends and  show last Thursday really got rolling after  regulars at Branch* 2*9; It was"Ernie ���afew mixers. Theretf another on August  16, so don't'miss it! y  ..The big event this week is the camp-out  at Porpoise Bay on Thursday night.  There'll be a. nocturnal nature walk,  campf ire and weenie roast, and a pancake  breakfast. Sounds too good to miss!  A bottle drive is also planned for this  week and a field trip to the PNE is  scheduled for Thursday, August 23. August  30 is the wind-up with a potluck dinner,  kids' displays and plays.  There's still a whole month of activities  to keep the little Ugionlgoirig.'And anyone -' so check the^calendar at Seaview. Market  who's imposed on Ernie's good nature!1 "*��� *���.����������."~��-i- -* *- ** ��������--  until 4 a.m. can vouch for'that.  The evening was a good mfarof the  "old" and the "young" ��� Ernie's longtime friends and cohorts, and those who  have come to love and appreciate him in  more recent years. Ernie's comment on  the gathering was about the "good people"  in Roberts Creek, but nobody is more  exemplary of the community than Ernie  himself.  You're a  good man,  Ernie  FossettlpROGRESs REPORT .  Movies, disco dancing, biking, hiking,"  camping, swimming, pottery, crafts,  mime shows... all the things that make a  summer great. That's what Wendy Eccles  is providing for the kids in the Summer  Fun Program and from the response of the  kids themselves it's been a tremendous  success.        , 7  , It's been a busy month. They got into  the swing of Roberts Creek Daze early,  doing a fine job of decorating the backstop  and field for the "Beachcombers" game.  And the dragon they made for the parade  was super ��� a most ferocious beast indeed.  The regular events have been going  llie Peninsula Times  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  Page  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service, .and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  AU in St. John's United Church,  -  ' Davis Bay  Phone 885-3157, .986-7882,     .  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  ���UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.-^St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons   Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  for the schedule of .events. The regular  participants are really enthusiastic and  keen, eager for each day's events.  , Wendy's doing a great job ��� she  deserves an "A" and a lot more for her  efforts. She hasn't had as much help as she  hoped for and. could really use a hand,  especially on Thursdays and Fridays. How  about it? , ...., ,  DOUSE THOSE FIRES  There's no better finish to these hot  beautiful days than an evening spent  around a beachf ire. But this long dry spell  has left everything tinder dry1 and the  whole of Roberts. Creek could go if a fire  got out of control.  So says Fire Chief Glen Kraus. The Fire  Department had to answer two early  morning calls last week to attend to fires  left improperly doused. They were minor  but there's no excuse for such alarms ���  there's a whole ocean of water nearby.  Take care, eh folks?  New water main  SECHELT B.C. Hydro District line   Gold Award for 63,000 hours of ac-  crew and portion of the office per-   cident free working time,  sonnel receive the B.C. Safety Council  Hydro strikes gold  raises pressure  The  residents of West  Sechelt. to  B.C. Hydro's Sechelt district staff  recently won the B��, Safety Council Gold,  Award for having 63,000 hours of accident  free working time.  . Deputy Manager for Metro Vancouver  N.S. Kent made the presentation to the  proud 28 staff members. The Sechelt  district had already achieved the award of  bronze and silver for accident free time.  Cooper's Green  The controversy surrounding access to  the beach at the Cooper's Green trailer  court in Halfmoon Bay still hasn't been  solved.  The Sunshine Coast Regional District  board put off a decision on the access  question at its Thursday meeting until  they get a report from the planning  department.  The Area "B" Ratepayers Association  sent a letter to the board requesting the  matter be dealt with and that the access be  "weu^nSetween lOahcTlS turn out daily ana  there are anywhere up to 20 for the movies  on Wednesday afternoons. The mime   Halfmoon Bay might have been waiting a  classes with GerardoAvila on Tuesdays   lonE_timeJfflLJt>J)uLthe.increased-water-  _^areJOiig^t^And^ver^-^clists-pap���pressure-was-well-worth the wait  Water poured through the 14 inch  main from Chapman Creek for the first  time last Wednesday, replacing the  present six inch pipe.  ���The 14 inch-water main tookoverfive���  ~determurelf  ' In addition, the district staff has  received the Accident Prevention Award  from the vice president of Hydro's elec-  itrical operation. This achievement covers  a consecutive 12 months in 1977-78, without  loss time due to injury br industrial  decease.  The district now strives for the only  outstanding awards of honour, distinction  and excellence.  ���  "It is very satisfying to be part of a  .Hydro-work-force which-has-such an  outstanding safety record and is ranked  amongst the best throughout the Hydro  system," said District Manager E.  Hensch.  Advertisings  lets you know  what's what.  -CANADIAN ADVERTISING-AOVISORYLBQARDl���  August While Sale  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  W THE HEART OF SECHELT  Next to Campbell's Shoos  885-2912  NEW YORKER  LE BARON  NEWPORT  CORDOBA  CARAVELLE  VOLARE  Take a step in the right  direction. Take a few.  paRTiapscnon  Hmns. In your heart you know it's right.  years to complete and is expected to take  the pressure off at the peak periods.  ��, -r ��� -**i"*V><<^4  /*   '"V  m$&:  '.fW    . v"  and marketing  opportunity  We can offer a challenge and a rewarding  position to the right person.  ^--VVestwood Builfling Systems Ltdrr a leader  -  irythe manufacture and marketing of component  package homes, is looking .for an aggressive  self starter to sel). direct'to consumers in the  Mshine-Coast-afeeh-  ^i  Preference Will be given to applicants with  . related experience In 'home, sales and/or a  background In the housing industry,  "This position has a high earning potential  oh the sole basis of commission with draw  privileges available. A car is a necessity.  Westwood will give extensive sales training  and product familiarization, The company also  provides first class promotional support,  1979 Chrysler New Yorker,  4-door pillared hardtop, v��ry wall aK��olpp��d, full warranty.  Manufacturers Suggested Retail    $13,778  DISCOUNT OF 1,789  -YOU PAYON1Y ,|VI;ff��  :���.-. 1979 Chrysler Cordoba T-Bar Joof  Air cond!, pw, cru\f, laiatrwr. ��tc.  Manufacturer* Suggested Retail..    v $12,862  DISCOUNT OF   .......;............. ..........1,863  YOU PAY ONLY . $10,999"  Call or write:  Ed Sparrow  2EwenAve,,  New Westminster  V3M 5B1  Phone 528-2877  HllfflM  HHNrBaWsf^nW^PMsr1 WiaWl'HfPsf  (WPelaf^ ������  1979 Plymouth Volare Premier  4 door wdan, pw, tilt, ��t��r*o, ��tc.  Manufacturers Suggested Retail $8,862  DISCOUNT OF '.���'.     863  YOUPAYONLY       .$7,999  1979 Dodge D200 Club Cab  Camptr SpaKlal, 8 auto, pt, pb, *tc.  Manufacturers Suggested Retail $9682  DISCOUNT OF. 683  YOUPAYONLY    $8,999  SEA CAVALCADE SPECIALS! GOOD LUCK to the GOLFERS on HOLE No. 5  $1,000 MERCHANDISE VOUCHER FOR THE 1ST HOLE IN ONE!  ���<#s4  BSBBBOBB  I a mil  Mm***  '���y&**, .  USED CARS AND TRUCKS SPECIALS  * 1978 T4IRD-Dove Grey, olr concl, pw, etc. 17,900ml.  * 1978 CHRYSLER LR BARON WON ��� (���other Interior, 13,000 ml.  XMftJrifeNftAJ^W^^  - .���.. ��� - .......-....._  * 1976 DUSTIR - 6 automatic; two door hardtop.  * 1978 CHRYSLER NIW YORKER - Well eaulpped, air cond, 52,000 miles.  *T978TOYOTAC6l|OLLADILUX8WON.Town��r;4 4tpd.  M973 DATSUN B210 HATCH ��� rebuilt motor, auto.  M 969 TOYOTA CROWN - 7 passenger wagon, A, A spd.  'CKS  * 1976 FORD F-2S0 ��� cdt, 18,000 ml.  * 1976 FORD C-l SO WDW VAN - 6 standard, 18,000 ml.  M 976 FORD B�� 160 VAN - Conversion with raised roof, 51,000 mi.  *. 1976 QATSUN - Long Box, 4, A spd, 23,000 ml.  * 1976 FORD MOO-6,3 spd, 18,500 ml.  * 197$DOpOICLU��CA|.V8,aMto;pi,pb  * 1973 DATSUN - A cylinder, 4 spd, 37,000 ml.  * 1968 FORD MSO RANOER - low mileage, rutty.  PRICES OOOD FROM JULY 31 st - AUGUST 8th ONLY  ���^'���J)s>f^-����� ��k,jf��iiK.Jj,*,*��rf��.  SUrlCIUHST ETHRxaLErl LTD.  *Wl��fW��!WW#^^  You Are The Winner, When You Shop Suncoast Chrysler.  '���T^y>ll^^)^t^��Wff^^W^^*^^W^  " ^WMBI,,MM.B>'^M'*<M ~i��r  m NEWPORT    ���    CORDOBA    ���    CARAVELLE    ���    VOLARE    ���    CHALLENGER    ���    DODGE TRUCKS  y t  t,-  V The annual summer tea of  Mt. Elphinstone Chapter >No.i  . 65 Order of the Eastern Star  was held early this month.  Mrs. Muriel Eggiris Worth  Matron gave a few words of  welcome before introducing  ~ou* -Convenor���Mrs��� Jakie  Donelly who passed to Mrs..  Mary Gordon (a past Matron  of Mt. Elphinstone) the  privilege of describing the  many activities and special  projects the chapter is in-  volved in to a most receptive  audience. She then declared  the tea opened officially in her  own gracious manner.  The smiles of the workers  and their cheerful manner  belied the fact that a few short  short minutes before the tea  started the inclement weather  had forced one and all to move  everything ii$o the social  room of the Masonic Hall ��� it  has been an established  tradition that nothing dam-  S pens  the  spirits   of  Mt.  : Elphinstone chapter members  and that the,people from  Egmont to Port Mellon always  turn up to support their annual  projects, so no apologies were  required for the change of  venue.  ��� The beautifully appointed  head table with its lovely lace  tablecloth and floral cert-'  protid of her members, &id we  are certain the  customers'  were appreciative,of their  efforts. Lending an extra bit of  enjoyment to the tea was our  favourite fortune teller Mrs..  Eva Lyons who fascinated all  those who-patronized,her_  special table.  It was a. pleasure  to  welcome so many out of town  River.  Special mention is made of  the great assistance the men  of the chapter were: setting  up outside and then helping to  move us inside, proceeding to  wash mountains of cups,  .saucers, spoons, and all those  'things used at ��� teas. They  smiled cheerfully through it  all ' and   then ��� ended   up  visitors besides  oiflr^many   congratulatingiisoira job well  faithful supporters from the. done.  peninsula. Greeting old  friends and neighbours  seemed to be a major pleasure  and some of those we were  able to see were Mesdames  Margaret Swan, Margaret  Trueman, Molly McColl, Alice  Brooke Gr. Secty. of B.C., Mr.  Stan Trueman, Mrs. Leona  Gatz, son Ron and Leona's two  great-granddaughters, Verna  Milner Margaret and Jim  Foster arid a contingent from  Grace Chapter No. 29, Powell  Convenor Jakie Donelly  would like to voice her appreciation to all who attended  the tea and made her months  of planning a success, to those  who assisted in many ways ���  if they are not personally  mentioned their efforts did not  go unnoticed and we are quite  sure our Dorothy Parsons and  Sylvie Woodsworth iwho:  directed the tea, coffee,  refreshment and dinner efforts will second her thoughts.  Page A-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 1  Counter booklets available  through Canada Post  trepiece lent an extra lustre to  the beautiful silver tea services at each end ably at-  tendecLto byPastMatrons of  Mt, Elphinstone and other  past matrons from, various  B.C. chapters.  The Jobs Daughters of  Bethel No. 28 under the  supervision of Mrs. Lydie Hall  worked diligently and happily  serving those very thirsty  people who had depleted the  News of the release by  Canada Post of the 4.25  counter booklets on July 3,1979  was_7nearly_eclipsedJ)y_tlK  considerable - interest shown  in the Canoe-Kayak World  Championships Stamp issued  the same day.  The booklets are on sale at  post office counters, philatelic  outlets, and through the  philatelic mail order service  in Ottawa. Each contains  twenty-five 17-cent Queen  Elizabeth 11 definitives, and  the covers are available in  _ five     separate     designs  -nome^kiiujtat>le7T)Mr<to  many tickets on the various    courage the use of the postal  draws and raffles_and bought _ _code._.Tne_cover_designs are  -the���wares-of- the���mystery���the*ame-a^those used on-the  tables  similar to those in the 50-cent  booklets released in Mardi,  but are different from the 13  perforation on the sheetsi~_of  the same definitive. Seven of  the stamps in the booklets are  perforated on all four sides.  -TheJBritish-American _Bank._  Note Company printed these  booklets as well as the 50-cent  vending.machine booklets  issued in March.  If all "five designs are  ordered from philatelic mail  order service (21.25), one of  each will be provided.  However, orders of less than  Political  contributions  The Honourable Evan M.  Wo.lfe, minister of finance,  advised that regulations were  approved today on policital  contributions eligible.for a  - Provincial   Income    Tax  Credit.     *--/-;    ....  ;_ :___'__  The regulations.clarify the  amendment to the Income  Tax Act which allows contributions for provincial  political purposes to a  recognized political party or  candidate. The credit allowed  is 75 per cent of the amount  contributed if the amout is  $100 or less, $75 plus 50 per  cent on any contribution  between $10Q and $550, and  $300 plus 33 and one-third per  cent on any contribution over  $550, with a maximum credit  - allowed of $550.   The minister stated the  regulations set but the information to be shown on the  contribution receipt and  require thatr there-be-three���  copies of the receipt, one for  the contributor, the second for  the minister and the third to  be retained by the political  party or candidate.  The minister also stated  the regulations clarify that in  the case of a fund raising  function ,. for provincial  political purposes where an  admission charge or fee is  made, the lesser of $25 or 50  per���cent- of_the_ admission,  charge shall be for the expenses of the function.  The regulations also exclude annual membership  fees in a recognized political  party from eligibility for an  Income Tax credit.  And they sure are happy7abpytjt!_  What are they doing?, Why. they're  redding TheTIMES... looking for a new  home or. car or job or washer or  bicycle. And each person will probably .find just the right item at just the  right price! How do we know? Well,  we "have loads of advertisers every  week.,:offering scores of new products und services.  We.wekome_ads of all sizes... we'll  even help you develop an ad if you  wish, for the same. cost as the ad  alone I'What other media can offer  that kind of bargain... on a one-to-one  personal basis? Check around, and  we think you'll want to join your  friends who read and advertise in  The TIMES... it's the blest buy  around!  The Peninsula^***^  .... a weekly part of your life!  The minister advised that  -and  recordsi  table, novelties  white elephant.   Honoured^ Queen  Michaud~has  and  issued last  3.50 booklets  November.  Esther       The stamps in the booklets  reason-io-he���are-42-hy7-12ife -perforation,-  ^ffv^=wfll^e~fifled���with__a_ books  random selection of designs,   procedures necessary to be  Customers of the mail order   maintained and carried out by  -se^TO^ho4iad^eip^"rders   the political party or-^can-:  "TelunieclTHayTesubmitrthem���didate-frirorder -for- the-eon  for filling. No official first day tribution to be eligible for the  covers or cancellations are   tax credit are also detailed in  -provided for this booklet. the regulations.  U.'  I  ��� MARINE HARDWARE  * MARINE FACILITIES  At the Head of  the Gov't Wharf, Gibson^  Under Construction by...  Construction  Services Ltd.  Bruce Wormald, 886-7303  GENERAL CONTRACTORS-CUSTOM HOMES AND  RECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENT  I  it Watch This Paper for More Details  I Y .wry ;--*��iy .7;��� 'ffv;;.1.;; ~_hi^'h T^fefefe'^1^' ;7': hhi%?0h'$  j?-...W:iT.��<..'..^. ^sy^-^T-^t*^*^*^:**^^^ 7;77���\7T^7*N7.';. "���"<7,v<;:.;v ���������'>*' -.;'7V:T- v���<7:7-:v77 ,v"  ,7;:?7 .  *S72M#7:#?7^  ''���-.'''  :$yy  '���"^'^^kwm  ���' ' '..' .'  :'7hy.  7777.77ft  'fi-:-   7��77  '���;���,'������:���:.���':��� :':^J  yy-h  -m  ?. ��� ��� -  ' '��� .������'���������  y."  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BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  l7J7^^g|^^^7;*.a^J7.|f*25  REALTY  TOLL FREE FROM  689.7623    ^  - y-:  ,'.*ujm-,iit'f.(.i  ������$_  ;i|ii>%<; *^if,  Junction Island;  Cf   Vincont Rav  M. vificeni Day  18.75�� acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters.  /���  15 minute ride by fast boat  from Earls Cove or Egmont.  $120,000  mi  iPi  DAN WILEY, Wes, 883-9149 M��mb*r of Mult|p'* M��ting s>rv[c* OLLI or JEAN SLAPEY, 883-2233  Remember: the nicest thing  about a ,  Times.iClginufied  i 'i  is that it is as near  as your phone  JUST CALL  885-3231  :jvv  J  LMuXiA  V  Tues<  "W"i!��Hu:aLHB;lJaJ��^  \  ���Mj  <&  . . ,,.,. ,r  + ���*  o  *f*7*:  ��*!W-4fB"vtji*'<it|iitrij|*'WJi. s'^li��ii..ivjB >��*���!(���* ���<  :���**-'�� -��v^  3^  PHONE  885-3231  PageB-2 The Peninsula Times        August 1,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Personal  Help Wanted  _For_RenL  Business Opportunity   Cars and Trucks  Livestock  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  6t 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 $.1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c'  per agate line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage . and  Engagement Notices are $7.60  (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. "  DISCERNING ADULTS. Shop  . discreetly, send $5 Jor_our_  latest catalogues of marital  aids, lingerie, housewares and,  jewellery. Direct Action  Marketing Inc., Dept. Y.K.,  Sox 3268, Vancouver, B.C.  V6B3X9. 1598-36  GUITAR  &  Music   Theory  lessons.   Jazz,   improv;  reading, writing, all styles.,  Beg.-Adv. Budge, 885-9285.  1528-tfn  Subscription Rates:  By Mall:  Outside Local Area $15 yr.  U.S.A $20.00 yr.  Overseas $25.00 yr.  Single Copies 20c ea.  Obituary  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:31);  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  ���  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Agricultural Land Commission. The Agricultural  Land Commission will be  holding hearings on specific  applications for exclusion of  land from the Agricultural  Land Reserve under Section  9(2) of the Agricultural Land  Commission���Act.���These-  hearings, which are open to  the public, will be held at the  following locations: Okanogan  Similkameen Regional  District, 1101 Main Street,  Penticton 8 August - 8:30 a.m.  to 1 p.m. Central Okanagan  Regional District 540 Groves  Avenue, Kelowna 9 August -  ~9t30 a.m. to���3t30���p^m-  ���Thompson���Nicola���Regional  District 2079 Falcon Road,  Kamloops, 10 August - 8:30  a.m. to 6 p.m. East Kootenay  Regional District 19 - 24th  Birth Announcements .  JIM & GWENDA Waterhouse  are very pleased to announce the birth of their first  son, James Ivor, 8 lbs. 11 oz.  proud grandparents are  Frank & Gwen Havies of  .Sydney, B.C.; Jim & Kay  Waterhouse of Gibsons. Great  grandparents are Frank &  Mona Havies of Davis Bay,  great, great grandmother is  Rosalie Ryerson of Davis Bay.  1801-36  In Memoriam.  -^Avenuer-SouUiJCranbrookJS  August - 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.   Castlegar^City^^aU, J^^j^a^e^erebut_adayf  I count each day a little life  with Birth and Death complete;  I cloister it from care & strife  and keep it sane & sweet.  With eager eyes & greet the  morn  Exultant as a boy  Knowing-that�����-am���newly���Soeiel  ' jrn ���*   To wonder & to joy.  And. when the sunset splendours wane,   .  And ripe for rest am I,  Knowing thattwiltlive-again  Exultantly I die.  TANDY ��� passed away July  25, 1979, Edward Kenneth  Tandy of Sechelf,~inhis 72nd  year. Survived by his loving  wife Florence; 1 daughter,  Lorraine and her husband Bob  Wynes; 1 son Marvin and his  wife Jessie; 1 granddaughter  Brenda Lynn; .Service was-  held Monday, July 30, from"  the Chapel of Devlin Funeral  Home, Gibsons, Rev. George  Inglis officiated. Cremation.  Remembrance .donations to  the Cancer Society would be  appreciated. 1802-36  MOORE ��� Olive Esther  Moore of Maple Ridge,  born 1910 in Colebrook, B.C.  Survived by 1 son, Roger  Moore of Maple Ridge;  mother Elsie Klein of Pender  Harbour; 2 brothers, Norman  Klein or Surrey and Ben Klein  -of Pender Harbour;^ sisters,  Dorothy Abernathy of Brea,  Calif., and Marjorie Campbell  of Pender Harbour; uncle  Peter Klein of Merritt; 2  aunts, Marjorie Phillips of  Sechelt, Florence of Vancouver; nieces and nephews.  Cremation. In lieu of flowers,  donations  to  the   Cancer  PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS  -Instructors arenoeedecTforthe"  fall program in the following  areas:  Automotive   Maintenance,  Basic  Automotive   Maintenance,  Tune-Up-  Bartending  .  Candlemaking  Diesel Theory  Fiberglassing  Furniture Refinishing  Guitar  Office Machines  Quilting  Small Engine Repair  Typing  Winemaking  Woodwork  If you have skills you would  like to share with .others,  please call or write immediately after August 6.  -Karin Hoemberg,.---   ;  -  Continuing Education, -  Box.6,JSechelt, B.C. ,  VON 3A0  Phone 885-3512  1816V36  CARE NEEDED: for 7 yr old  boy while mother works in  Sechelt. Prefer home with  children. 224-2403. or 2806,  SalmoCourt, Vancouver. 1752-  36  FREE    RENT    cple    for  caretaking waterfront nr  Sechelt. No salary. Furn'd  apt. 434-1298,733-2364.   1766-36  NEW 3 BDRM Bsmt. custom   home.J!LQuMg_carpQit,_  Exc. view. Exc. area. 461-  6184. 1705-37  SECHELT BOWLING Alley.  For    sale    .or    leased  operation. Ph78B��961iri6753fr  74 GMC VAN offers to $2,900.  885-5779 aft. 6. 1735-37  AVAIL. IMMED. 3 bdrm non-  . bsmt. Fridge, stove, FP,  close to store & beach. 112-856-  6670. 1709-37  HOUSE ON Rondeview Rd.  Francis Pen. 3 bdrm up, 1  down. 5 appl., ens. plumbing.  Refs. req. 883-9093 or 883-2580.  1729-37  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent, Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  8333 or apply Apt. No 104-B.  4121-tfn  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).  RENTING���  One-Bedroom  Apartments���  *' Drapes -        *-- Balconies  * Intercom        * Cabievlslon  ,*, Controlled Entrance * View  * Wall to wall carpet  * Colored Appliances'  Rent from $19040  Call DOUG FERRIS  $85-2283       I  Mobile Homes  BEST  BUYS-in   100  Mile  House: Restaurant, gross  over  $100,000,  real  family  money' maker,  best  and  "busiest in town. Doug's Super  '74 DODGE club cab, low  mileage, ideal for canopy,  camper. 2 reserve tanks.  $4,395.885-2455.   ,        1612-36  '70 F-100 pickup, good running  cond'n. 885-2516.      1754-36  A RARE opportunity, 1971  Ford LTD Country Squire  wagon, pale yellow with  brown int, tilt wheel, power  windows, vacuum locks, power  steering, power brakes,  garage kept. Only 40,000  miles, thoy don't make them  like this any more. $3,000 firm,  'no trif lers. 885-2853 after 6 pm.  1755-36  DELUXE.   77     Matador  Brougham stn. wgn. Many  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfir "��� >������  Lost  . LADY'S WEDDING band -  bold w, small ruby. Along  Hwy - Trout Lake to Norwest  Bay. Reward. Grace Lawson,  G.D. Sechelt. 1730-37  Pets  PUREBRED OLD English  sheepdogs for sale. 885-5784.  1631-36  2 YR OLD male Border Collie  cross, friendly, intelligent,  no bad habits, had all shots.  Proper country home. Call  Mavis, 886-8301. 1759-36  -���afafafrgfrw^^  an - opportunity!- DouBle  R _ mi._$K00olw. 885-2126, J.756-38  meat market, low rent - sales  $200,000. Call Doug Leslie, 988-  1175, 24 hours Mitten Realty  Ltd.  139 West 16th, North  Vancouver. 1717-36  ���'71 VW VAN, semi-  camperized, reb't motor,  new exn, brakes, shocks, 28  mpg, needs paint only, ready  to go. $2000.886-2777.     1762-36  ' VIEW APTS. for Rent. Easy  access, close to schools and  Shopping in Gibsons. Call 886-  2417,886-7243.. 1531-tfn  2,000 SQ. FT. upper floor office. Rent as is at $450 per  -mo._or_we_will renovate to-  suit. Heat & parking included.  , 885-3224 for appt. to view. 1503-  ��� tfn  Work Wanted  PLANER MILL supervisor.  We  are  accepting  applications for a Qualified  Planer   Supervisor.    The  person we are looking for  should have planerman ahd  grading experience and must  be a self-staler. The product  of run-through the planer will   ����=�����be^fvaied-sisEeSi-both-green���FURfflSHED-cottager      imd-dry-kiln lumberrReply to  --  A.    Kovlaske,    Mainland  WATERFRONT home w-self-  cont'd. 1 bdrm furn'd. apt.  Tel, TV, linen service. Rets.  885-2627. 1745-38  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.      -  T]et ~us" cafe for~your tree���  Sawmills Ltd., 8708 Yukon St.,  Vancouver, B.C. V5X2Y9.    ,  1783-36  GREAT VACATION or  retirement home! Bendix  Paramount 12' x 68* - 3.bdrm,_  galley kitchen, fridge, stove,  oil heat. Immac. cond. Ready  to move in. Furnished or  unfurn. Complete with front &  rear axles, skirting, deck & oil  tank;- Selma-Vista- Mobile  Park. All utilities installed.  Cablevision avail. Must sell.  Asking $15,500. CaU 885-3505.  1663-36  10 x 48 WITH extra livingrm  10 x 16. On pad in nice trailer  crt. At reas. rent. Close to  shops, etc. offers to $6,000.886-  92I53V  '71 CRICKET,-new-tires^&  brakes, good running cond.  Exc. gas mileage. $400 obo.  885-3804,886-8383. 1806-36  '68 CORTINA, race prepared  - Lotus. Power, Hot! Spare  engine, trans, rear, struts,  wheels. $2000.885-2383. 1809-36  silver female' Persian,  spayed, no papers,, needs  loving home. $75.88)3-8238, pm  only. 1812-36  FREE to good home, 10 mo.  old Setter-Lab. cross, loves  children. Must have large  yard or acreage,-needs room-  to run. Pretty dog, male, all  shots. 886-7301. 1775-36  ..,.-.   - _f....-.��� , ��� > ae��� ��� - - ,���   ��� ���., -������'���,������  Wanted to Buy  '49 CHEV PU, beautifully  restored engine & tranny,  body easily restored, $1500  firm. No triflers, spare parts.  885-2383. 1810-36  18" SHINGLE or 24" shake  blocks to purchase on a 50-50  cutout basis. Contact Cornie,  ���885-9417 after 4:30 p.m.; Fred,  886-2284, 94. Timber marks  required. Cornel Sawmills.  Wilson Creek. 1101-tf  needs:  Columbia Avenue, Castlegar  17 August -10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.  B.C. Agricultural Land  Commission 302 - 4333 Ledger  Avenue, Burnaby 22 August -  8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Municipal  Hall, 14245 - 56th Avenue,  Surrey 23 August 8:30 a.m. to 5  &,m. Fraser Fort George  egional District 311 -1717 ���  3rd Avenue, Prince George 28  August - 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  City Hall, 10631 - 100th Street,  Fort St. John, B.C. 29 August  8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Details  of the applications -being  considered in each area may  be obtained fronv the office of  the Regional District. Time  does    not    permit    oral  Sresentations other than by  ie applicant(s) or his or her  authorized agent(s).  However, written submission  irom other parttes.concernlng.  the specific applications at  hand will be accepted. 1791-36  Sunny & sweet & sane!  And that at even I might say  "I sleep to wake again."  Mom, Calvin & Julie  1749-36  IVAN SILVEY, July 27, 1978  You were here for just a while  Then you went away  You saw the world the way it  is  Then you couldn't stay.  Judy, Wayne, Loretta,  Sonyau & Melanie Vallee  ���    1750-36  Personal  _>���_���; ; :���__  WHEN ON Salt Spring Island,  come and stay with us at  the friendly Fulford Inn,  where the beach is just across  the road; Our facilities include  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph.,885-2109  3283-tf  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All.  types  of Concrete  Work,  Breaking and hauling away of  oia    concrete.    Concrete  -pOTTERYSftfcE~Sa  9:30 a.m.-l p.m. St. Hilda's  Hall, Sechelt. Pots by Elaine  Futterman. 1622-38  Jinedining,^  and nicely appointed rooms   high pressure leaks.  with private bath.       1787-36 phone Wayne Clapp   for, free estimates.-  YOGA RETREAT with Baba  Hari Dass. Aug. 15-20 in  Qyama, B.C. $75 ($50 children  2-14 years). Information:  Dharmasara Retreat," 2649  West 4th Ave., Vancouver.  B.C. V6K1P8, Phone 931-0456  or 732-9864. 1715-36  lT~^ttTrr-POSTERSrblaclr-&-  white or color from your  pictures. Photo stamp and  enlargements. Write for free  literature, Karreens Photos,  118A Harbounriew, Box 323,  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341, Sechelt  1211-tf  Use Times Adbriefs I  Tahste, B.C. V0P 1X*0.   Yim&  RESIDENT HUNTERS:  horseback hunts conducted  for sheep, goat, caribou,  moose, black andjcrizzly bear.  Hunts north of Fort Nelson.  For bookings phone 774-3220.  179IW6  Eaper  jobs.  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  ���  i  ���  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your od In lha sqUars  word.  0s> sura lo la��ov�� a blank spent) ollor oach  Threat lino, la $2,15, Eacl additional line la 60c,  Tali* odvanlogsi of our apodal aavlngi,  �� Run your ad twlc* ��� th* third tlma> la mil.  * II you pay lor yr -irad lha Jolurdoy b��lor�� publication you got a  dlacount ��� 2 8c lor I Insertion ��� 50c lot 3,  Moll ua your od, or drop It offl  |n Socholt al tha P.nlnaula Tlmoi Qfllco  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C,  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  *2��  60��  60'  W  Nomo  Addrosa  "fStwcadi"  r,T*Twr  MTM'iN aaaHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMiaaaaaissas so bbsim aaaas* i  ���   The Peninsula Times Classifieds   !  I  -  ��� ���.,.*.  I  MM rnWf Wl Wm) WmJi WW* PW WB |Mi|MR PU PP) IM mm W^ PB mm Wm} mm mm\ wm} mm) ^m ~*m] ~mii^m> ^p mm P* PP1  EXPERIENCED  hanger. Large or smal  Hour or contract. All work  guaranteed. 885-2005.    1673-37  CUSTOM HOUSE Framing.  References. 112-734-9468.  1694-37  NO JOB too menial. 2 young  men w. truck & work equip.  Prepared to do grass, wood  cutting, cleanup etc. Experienced & reliable. 886-7380.  1698-37  CARPENTRY  Houses, Renovations  Additions  Contract or Hourly  D. Bruce Fraser  885-9068  1760-36  PORTABU2 TIE cant mill,  one man operated, .12,000  FBM, misc. logging S-M  equip't: forkllft, 2 AC  crawiersr older models, etc.  Ph. 838-6021. Box 12, Grlndrod.  B.C.V0E1Y0. 1778-30  AUTO WRECKING plus car-  truck sales, Hwy 97,  central B.Cj Trades accepted.  No reasonable offor refused.  Reason: retiring. PO Box 288,  Tho Tribune, 188 N. 1st Ave.,  WllllatmLake; B.C. V2G1Y8.  ���      , 1779-36  n  ii   Lin..,,-, ,n, i   in    i-ii ��� -ii.--. ii -*v��r   ,���-,---, ~f  Help Wanted  BABYSITTER wanted,  Halfmoon.Bay area. Hrs.  vary, preferably family. 4 yr.  old boy. 885-3983, after 4. 1617-  36  PART-TIME kindergarten  teacher wanted. Accommodation: free. Salary:,  according to teacher's salary  scale. Location: Douglas Lake  *RefwrwwOoiv1fii^^lch��Til-  McUod, Box 188, fMcrrlU,  B.C. VOK 2B0. Ph. 378-4238.  350-3305, ,   1797-38  .. . i  .  Por Quick Ratsulti  Ui��Tlm*iAdbrl��fi|  SPARE TIME Career!  Openings ^available with-  management opportunity for  selected persons. For details  send name, address, phone  number to M. Chester, 20l>  1899 Willingdon Ave., Burnaby  V5C5T1.294-1512. 1784-39  ACCOUNTANT -  OFFICE ,  Manager   required   for  three  hospital  integrated f\  service in beautiful central  Kootenay. Based at Nelson  with 75-mile travel  circle.  Accounting degree or advanced student preferred!!  knowledge of computer ap-7  plications  essential.   Salar^,  commensurate   with*  qualifications,: experience,!  Apply Kootenay. Lake District;  Hospital, Nelson, B.C. V1L  2V1. 1785-38  EXTRA INCOME.  Earn  a  ..; -.second. income���.aeUlng���  quality vitamins and health  Eroducts. Start part time and  uild a steadyrepeat income.^;  "TfifteresTeB": wfft��^ifamln  Discounts, PO Box 69337-D,  Stn. K, Vancouver, B.C. V5K  4W5. 178M7  NEW CONCEPT for Jewelry.  Home party plan. No lin  vestment necessary. Perfect  for ex-Tupperware people.  Ground floor opportunity.  Write or phone 253-1122, 1535  Venables, Vancouver, B.C.  V5L2G8. 1789-38 ���  CAREER OPPORTUNITY:  Manager - Gift, Souvenir  shop in highway mountain  hotel. Candidate must have  sound retail trade understanding; self-starter and  to work closely with  management team; a stickler  for detail and neatness.  Duties: total purchasing of  souvenir items. some  travelling to gift snows etc.,  stock control, pricing,  training staff, cash control  and assisting other departments during slow periods.  Must bo able to adapt from  slow wlntor one person  operation to a very busy four  month season with five or  more employees. $10,000-  $15,000jplus room und board to  staft. Ono year commitment  necessary. Prefer someone  with long-range plans with  sites on |20,000 net Income  after room and board. All  replies: Northlanaer Motor  IiOdge, Summit Rogers Pass.  B.C7V0A1N0. 17M  EXPERIENCED toyout^  for weekly newspapers  - retail advertising. Resume to  Ivan   Gordon,   Box   310.  Campbell River, B.C. V9W  . 5B5 or phono 287-7464.   1794-36  PERSON WITH small car to  distribute Vancouver Sun  In Granthams. Mon.-Sat. Pays  approx $135 pr mo. For moro  Info phono collect H. Goo, 732-  2327 or leave message at 880-  7007.  1804-38  For Rent  FOR RENT:  Wilson Crccli,  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call MabolDooloy at 885-  9804. 369141  sSept7~15^April~30rT)avi^���  Bay, behind St. John's Church    NICELY    KEPT,    10x52'  onWhittakerRd.,Hwy.l01. Safeway; 2 bdrm, w-w cpt,  1747-38    col appliances, auto washer &        dryer,  porch,  blt-in  cup-  -SMALL ���CQMF_ORTABLE=boardsf drapes.=885-9870.-1422-  house      in      pleasant    36  '64 VOLVO 122 for sale for  parts. 885-3464.        1815-36  Boats and Engines  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,  hemlock   or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  11 FT.  FIBREGLASS Lap-  strake dinghy, $450.885-2287.  1629-36  -24*veEDAR-resaw-shake-  "5(W0_  885-  blocks. Purchase on  cutout basis. 885-9494 or  2581. Timber marks req'd.  1409-36  surroundings���at--Redrooffs.-  Easy access to beach. Reas.  rent to good tenant. Owner at  885-9765. 1745-38  3  BDRM  HOME,  central  Gibsons. Stove & fridge.  Prefer mature couple, no pets.  1300.886-7272. .   1758736  Wanted to Rent  WEST SECHELT to Halfmn  Bay. House 1 or 2 bdrm.  Sept. or before till June. 886-  7727 or collect 734-1467. 1683-36  FURNISHED, 2 or more bdrm  house. Preferably w. view.  Aug.  10-Oct.   10.  Premium  paid. Refs. 885-5534.     1707-37  2 BDRM HOME in Sechelt,  prefer close In Village.  Have refs. 224-2403 or 2806  SalmoCourt; VancouverrWS^  ���36  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-  tfn  12 x 50 COMMODORE Noble,  Canadian built, unfurn'd,  new elec range, gun furnace,  tank of fuel, new carpet in lvg  rm, corridors. 1 blk to Sunnycrest Centre. Store room  under construction. Sold as Is,  where is. $7,000 cash. 886-7432.  1808-38  Campers and Trailers  OKANAGON insulated  canopy-type camper for small  truck. Good  UNFINISHED- 24-ft-Lap-  strack hull & cabin. Call Doug,  885-2283,-businessdays    ""  tfn  885-9791.  cond,  $700 obo.  1634-36  -FEMAEE~-stadent teacher -  needs room & board in  Sechelt from Sept. 10-Dec. 13.  Ph, collect 2984044 or write to  Maureen Quinn, 526 Louis Riel  House, SFU, Burnaby. 1805-38  YOUNG COUPLE, newly  transferred to Sechelt.  Req. house with basement  starting Sept. 1. CaU 988-4422  collect after 5 pm.       1813-38  ��  Real Estate  i-  .  $41,500-OCEANVIEW  6 yr old 3 BR Gothic design  landscaped lot, nice view o!  Trail Islands.  Ph. Ross Gamble  112-274-5017  United Realty, 736-383)  or 885-2047  1241-tf  TRAILER -  3  way frldg*.  ttova, furnaca), tl*opt 3, 1  owner, abiolutaly ipotltm  -condition. $2,995.  * 10 FT CAMPER ��� 3 way  fridge, ��tov�� & jack*. Nlc��  ���hapsi. $3,995. '  * NEW 22 FT VANGUARD  SECURITY TRAVEL TRAILER  completely tell-  contained, many deluxe  features. $9,927.  SECHELT RV SALES LTD.  885-5522  M.D.L.6266  next to South Coait Ford  Wharf St, Sechelt  Pender Harbour  3 BR home on 2.3 level  acres. Good soil &  creek. By owner  $52,000.  885-5436  EXCEPTIONALLY flno vlow  lot In West Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-0796.    4724-tfn  LITTLE HOUSE  In woods.  New Brighton, Gambler Is.  $15,000,087-2106. 1763-08  GOWER PT. area, lovoly 3  bdrm,   2   bath   hornet  beautiful view. 888-7543.   1771*  38    Business Opportunities  UNDER $20,000 & good  "n^tt^lnlr1wlr1o^wlB'*t��lf',*  partnership in thriving  restaurant In the growing  village of Glbaons. Antique  furnlBhlngfl, close to "Molly's  Reach" & boat harbour, m  8301 eves. 1679-38  CAMPERIZED   VAN,   3,000  ml. As new, 886-8239.   1693-  37  '77 OKANOGAN Camper. Ice  box, propane stove, jacks,  exc. cond. $2,000, Howard, 885-  9491. 1698-37  HARD   TOP   Tent   Trailer,  sleeps  six,  needs  new  canvas, $150.885-5252.  1734-37  20* SHASTA trailer, self-  contained, very good cond.  $2050.885-6776. 1709-38  Motorcycles  '77 HONDA 750 K. '5,000 fni.  Fairing, luggage rack, etc.  Exc.  cond. $2,000.  8854491,  Howard, 1695-37  Cars and Trucks  '69 GMC 1 ton truck on duals,  Steel flatdeck & body skirts.  350 cu. in. 4 spd. Ideal welding  or tow truck. 88575151.   1627-$  '71 OMC 0500 5 ton flatdeck. 00  pet. brakes, 9000 ml. 427 cu. In.  ~.mtr. new Mlchcllna on front,  $0,200 for quick solo. 885*2615.  1885-tfn  '76 CHEVROLET 3x3 crow  cab long box, 4 spd, 350 cu. In.  iwavysr^^  capacity. Not dual*. $5,900.  88556157 1686-tf  ���60   PLYMOUTH   station  wagon, $400. 883-2533 till 5:30  flft.0. 1680-tf  28' CABIN cruiser launch.  ���Needs some work. Ideal for  pleasure or log salvage. $1200.  883-9032. 1658-36  '78 9.8 MERC outbd. Like new,  $695. Days 883-2533, eves. 883-  9933. 1668-tf  FISHERMAN'S Special. '73 24  ft. Reinell. Loaded. Very  good cond., $9,400.883-9977.  1699-37  '75 O'DAY 20 fibreglas keel.  Centreboard sloop, 7.5 hp  Merc, main, lib, whisker pole,  winches, WflF radio, stove,  toilet, 2-man inflatable w.  oars, pump 150' rope etc.  ($7,000 obo. 885-9364.      1708-37  -25*  BELLBOY,   command  bridge, '72 model w. CB,  sounder, power anchor winch,  '-standing headrslnkrstoverlow-  hrs. Presently moored at  Pender Harbour, $12,500. 112-  ,591-7985 aft. 5. 1710-37  '61 25 FT. Chriscraft cabin  cruiser, wood hull, 283 V8  inbd, dual batteries, sniffer,  sounder, offers to $4,500. View  at Penga Marina, Garden  Bay. 5303273. 1727-37  12   FT.   FIBREGLAS   w.  trailer, $400.885-5779 aft. 6.  1736-37  ���; U,   32' 7" combination A licence,  good condition. 883-9925.  1744-38  BOAT TRAILER, EZ-Loader.  will take up to 26' boats, 64  rollers, 4 whl brakes, elec.  winch & battery. 885-2842, 885-  2692. 1767-36  WANT   TO   BUY:   35   hp  Johnson, 18 hp Johnson for  parts. 885-5047. 1817-38  12' 3" ALUM. Springbok boat  w-6 hp Johnson outboard  motor & 5 gal. tank, only 10  hrs. use on both. 885-3882.1770-  38  UieTlmeiAdbrlefil  WE'LL���MILL���or -purchase-  your smaller logs. Small log  1633-    truck-avail,  for  hauling.  Smallwood  Resources,   885-  2455. 1611-tfn  OLD GROWTH Cedar Blocks:  24" long, 100 pet. clear of  defects. 90 pet. edge grain. No  sap wood. 95 pet. over 6" wide.  $300 cord delivered to  Chilliwack. For more information call 604-858-9471.  1651-37  16-17   FT.   Deep-V   boat.  Maximum  H-80.   Canvas  top. Good cond. Vancouver,  collect, 266-2988. 1742-37  OLD 78^RPM records &  cylinders of opera and  classical song for our  collection. Highest prices  paid, 886-2513. 1746-38  LARGE USED freezer, good  cond to buy or will dearmy  12 cu. ft. for larger one. 886-  7301. 1773-38  For Sale  LADIES, Mens, Chlldrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van..  -980-8011. 4457-tf  WHT.   KENMORE   washer-  spin dryer, $200;  yellow  Inglis washer-spin dryer,  ?150;   flame   orange   acorn  .replace, $175.885-9857.  1697-  37  325' 15 KV subcable. 12 hp  Sears garden tractor. 885-  .9789. 1684-36  NEW E-FLAT Reynolds  Medaust saxophone, $320;  C- melody Conn saxophone  restored, as new, $185. 885-  2752. 1685-30  APT.-SIZE   port,   clothes  dryer. HD Kenmore, $150.  883-9032. 1661-36  More Classifieds  See Page B-5  Pulp Mill Production Personnel  Applications are Invited for current and future  opening* (entry level) In the production department* of our pulp mill operation at Port Mellon.  Only applicants Interested In permanent, long-term  employment, who have demonstrated a consistent,  stable work record over the past 2-5 years need  apply.  Pay rate Is $9.06 per hour (base).  Qualified  Industrial  applicants should  Relations Dept, at  apply In writing to  the address below.  Mowe Sound Fulp Division,  Port Mellon, B.C. VON 2SO Sea Cavalcade & Dogfish Derby  featured in new tourist guide  Wednesday, August 1,1979       The Peninsula Times   7?JM&8-$i  Viator information centres  throughout Southwestern B.C.  will this year be distributing  new literature for the tourists.  The material, produced by the  Southwestern B.C. Tourist  Association, will be available  through each of the 31 outlets  literature (including the  Southwestern _ B.C. Visitors  Map) contain a strong  message urging visitors to  stop by local visitor information centres for more  detailed information.  An important new piece is  the'Guide to Visitor Attractions, in Southwestern  B.C.' It lists over 50 fairs and  festivals as will as  highlighting the commercial  and community visitor attractions of the region.  Another new  brochure  promotes the 'Nugget Route'  (co-produced by the Cariboo  Tourist Association) circle ���  tour. The tour loop leaves  Vanouver   heading   north  through    Squamish    and  Whistler  and  Lillooet  and  returning via Lytton to the  Upper Fraser Valley and back  to _Vancouver, _It_provides|_  historical, geographical and  visitor information on the two*  to three day, 600 kilometre  trip.  The Visitor's Guide to the  Fraser Valley and the Fraser  Canyon is this year being  updated and expanded. The  twenty-four page booklet  provides map and community  and attraction information in  a concise and convenient  manner. Its purpose is to  inform the visitors and lure,  them off the busy roads to  extend their stay within the  Fraser Valtey_area._   All   pieces   of   visitor  Winter tourism  development  manager appointed  J. Eric Carswell, 42, of  Victoria has been appointed  manager of'Tourism B.C.'s  winter market development,  Tourism and Small Business  Development Minister Don  Phillips announced today.  He succeeds William D.  Taylor, who was recently  appointed director of the  ministry's operations services  branch. T  !Cafswell~brings may  years of travel-experience tattle ministry,' the minister  said,' particularly with retail  and wholesale travel  organizations and in the field  of air-carrier marketing.'  Carswell was manager of  Eaton's Travel in Victoria  prior to his appointment and  following seven years with  Pacific Western1 Airlines as  city sales manager.  Before joining PWA, he  was a sales representative of  Pan-American Airways for 12  y^ara_in__Tor_onto,__Winnipeg  and Portland, Oregon.  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  843-2233  WlFSliftOM  7VA^PlR:X  y^&aWtiZhm:  REALTY  LTD.  Member of Multiple Listing Service  i    ���'  ���.^i"*^?.^ a ,.  GULFV1EW   ROAD   ���   Madeira   Park  fantastic view from this new home ���'3  new appliances, fireplace. $82,500.  (7. >**S7 ���-/'��/:   MADEIRA PARK  on landscaped lot. Large workshop 8>\  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 1250J 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.  WHARF  EALTY-LTft  "The Property  ���JKIjaer5!!__  885-5171  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close' to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for additional $10,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES. ��� 3 BR view  home', thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO &. marinas. $67,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12' x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  [SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view home,  11656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming,  pool. Large lot,  level & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  GARDEN BAY -~ 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & marinas." $54,000:  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home;���architect���designed��� 5~major  oppliances. $77,000.  I GARDEN BAY -~ 3 BR view home on;  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate*  garage. Close to marina. $87,500  1-167  SELMA PARK ROAD  Gently sloped, large landscaped lot. Westerly view, 3 bedrooms,  2 up ��� 1 down. Recreation room, double carport, wrap around  sundeck, lots of storage space. FP $58,500. Call Pat. 885-5171.  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. The 3 bedroom home also offers a spacious  rumpus room, and a 3-cor garage. Presently rented is the 600 sq  ft 1 bdrm guest cottage. FP $115,000.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast'l���-���  _  PAT MURPHY  885*9467  TREV GODDARD  886-2658  FRONT ROAD - MADEIRA PARK ���  Partially furnished 3 bdrm 22' x 56'  Double wide and storage shed. Fairly  levilJot. beautifully landscaped inJawn  shrubs, flowers, trees, & a vegetable  7gaf den7r_Clos_e_JQ_ .states. JSLlma rings.  $49,900. '  -GARDEN-BAYESTATES���-3BR home;  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport,- landscaped ,lotr$56,900.   FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3 bdrm split  level. Fireplace, sundeck &'carport.  $60,000. T  MADEIRA PARK 4 1280 sq ft home on  Wesjac Rood. 3 "-BR-^onar-unfinish*d)77  Citation kitchen, fireplace. Treed lot  garden. Close-to-marlnOj-S^SrSOOr^������  LOTS AND ACREAGE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  FRANCIS PENINSULA - PENDER HARBOUR���-Partially developed subdivision  "pr^pisffy-'with"potential of 59�� lots  i,800��ft.'ot basic road constructed, 10  lots surveyed for first phase of  development. An excellent buy for  $135,000.  11. OLE'S COVE ��� 5�� treed acres  located near Lord Jim's Lodge with  access  to  water. -Well   oh   property.  $50.000.-  -sjW  ST. VINCENT BAY���400�� ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  Highway 101  at Francis Penlntula 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. This could be the bejit Investment you ever  made. Call us now to view.  WATERFRONT: Pender Harbour area... 2 ad|ocent 4 acre  parcels each wllh approx 150' of deep protected moorage.  Fairly high bank but quite workable and well worth the asking  price of $50,000 each. ,  WATERFRONT: A magnificent and unusual 15 acres with some  700' of waterfront In the lee of Harness Island, Haslam Creek  runs through the middle of this fine property and there's a  driveway In from Highway 101. A big plus on this one Is a 4 acre  oyster lease. Make an offer to the $165,000 asking price (29%  down), It's a good buy at any price.  WATERFRONT: Almost 4 acres of prime, low bank waterfront  offering deep moorage on a sunny south slope In Pender  Harbour, Has cabin, water and hydro, Priced to sell quickly.  $62,500. "  "   "   '       PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES: A new and prestigious subdivision  overlooking Pender Harbour, See with us and choose your ocean  view now ... it's a wise Investment,  WE HAVE SOLID PROSPECTS DESPERATE FOR  GOOD HOMES AND WATERFRONT. GIVE US A  CALL ... WE CAN SELL YOURS QUICKLY 11  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ���  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay, Drive-In, takeout, groceries, 2  bedroom living quarters with close water view. Here's a  growing business ond good home In the most sought after spot  on Ihe B.C. coast, Like to live here wouldn't you?  AUTOMOTIVE ��� Easy to run, well-stocked business currently  operating 6 hours per day, 4 days per week. Add a new  dimension to your retirement and dollars to your Income ��� a  small Investment will do It, Call for particulars.  HARBOUR SUPPLIES ��� Plumbing, electrical, furniture and ap.  pllances. This business shows a good return and Is Increasing  every year. No competition for miles. Perfect operation for  couple wanting to make their future In this area. Priced to sell  quickly so don't delay, phone now for details. Jock, Hermon, 803-  9978.  ���'���"���^���WaWMP%a#%F>WflW%B#*%slPWtaw-i*'l**,'e^W,4^ ���>P'W��"')'^SaW'TFeSJ(p. '���e,W^^������a'������sJ^���'<^P,1WsW|^,*  shop and store, Separate small 3 bedroom home for owner. Th|s  Is a money-making situation. II you're a good bodyman, this l��  MIDDLEPOINT -^2 bdrm home, 1100 sq.  ft. on 9.5�� fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850��ft. frontage on Highway 101.  $49,000.  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5��  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  2. RUBY LAKE��� 5�� treed acres, close  to public lake access. $19,800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA���3.44: acres &  4^l acres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Molosplna Strait & |ust a few feet to the  waterfront. Hydro, water 8, pa\/ed road,  $35,000 each.'   .   "  4. Near RUBY LAKE ��� 8.39 acres on  Hwy 101. $25,000.  5. Near MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acres,  2150;fc ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 3 semi-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure.  3.92�� acres ..., $25,000  6.83��, acres $25,000  3.79��, acres $20,000  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� lovol lot, almost  ono aero, Good soil, selectively cloarod.  $24,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pender Harbour.  12x20' cabin, concrete driveway.  $32,000.  9. EGMONT ��� lldb 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.  TROUT FARM - PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways Installed to handle  160.000   trout.    95 ��    acres    land.  Provincial commercial trout farm  licence. Water licence. Located on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School. $266,000.  JUNCTION ISLAND - ST. VINCENT BAY  18.75+ acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters. 15 min.  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove 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  Aqn!i..j��flt.arir.ont.uE��^^riyfflway_-ij  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.  EGMONT -r 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has been  jprepared for possible use os a large      ���  WF trailer-camper..park.:&���,fishing ���  resort. This is an excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank interest rate.  LOTS  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 lots,  some serviced with hydro & water,  on Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula. $11,000$ 12,750.  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates ft Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250.  7. RUBY LAKE ��� semi waterfront lot,  with road access & hydro. $9,000.  AGAMMEMNON BAY ��� 40�� acres  waterfront subdivision property, partially developed. Surveyed for 3 acreage  size waterfront lots & 3 acreage size  seml-waterfront lots. Road constructed,  ready for gravel, grading & blacktop,  Old 2 storey home & small creek on  property. $270,000.  EGMONT ��� 3.8dt acres with 550�� ft,  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property Is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well. $165,000.  noro.  LAK��  It I  JOHN BREEN  883*178  JOCK HERMON  ���83-2748  I  Waterfront homes  KNkV  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 BR home wllh  1600�� sq ft of living area on 2 floors.  130�� ft waterfront, large landscaped  lot, Excellent view. $113,000,  | CflMMERCIAl PROPERTY]  MADEIRA PARK ��� gel yourself out ol  the  house  and  Into  this   easy-to-run'  clothing business with good potential.  $22,000. plus stock.  #^9lmmmMm*Tmmmwn''Q^^ ���  It, cpmmairclQl building will) room for  expansion, $33,000,  <- '}���  ,  iHlf'llHr    '.-..Say       P'**<4*r.t   -x?u-i��rf *  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND -^ 100��  acres, 4140�� ft. choice lakefront,  1800:1: ft. oceanfront on Vanguard Bay.  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post A  beam cottage, Access by boat or float  plane. An excellent buy for $140,000.  LOTS  SECRET COVE ��� Lot A on Wescan Rd.  Steop, but has good building site &  sheltered moorage. On sewer system.  $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 132 ft W/F In  Ponder Harbour. 1,0 acros, deep  moorage. $50,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft. W/F  (ad|olns above property), 1.22* acres.  Deep moorage, $36,500.  GERRANS BAY ��� Cleared lot with 7f_'t  low bank, sheltered WF Level building  site, septic, tank and drain field In.  ,$42,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� \.4�� acres on 73��  feet deep, sheltered waterfront. Small  beach area. $39,900.  .'X.  ���*,  ..'������<"'  '���*��>r>,  ���r"7>V  t **��,*, f#�� - it*n t  /  Choice lots still available In this desirable location.  Most have view & sunny southerly exposure.  One lakefront Jot still available.  Paved road, water & hydro. M.L.S.  Priced from $10,000 to $37,500,  ^ PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  r-1     ?A.4.���' V "V ���,V   % y X*Rro } *���...  !   * ffi��\  v*       ,/���' \ ' Wi    /x  'Ey^yyy y ���^���/M,//-'��� i��x  \'M.. t\:\ ;::���wfrn<ly/shy..i \ -\...,,  ���3'atsr9f;"'ViTf ������" L::.V^'-W'"Xv t ~*-:^^r*'h ���������'  9   9  Q   O ,      3 ' "      " , 7\ i "     "      '���* \i    'r'4:'  �� �����*���������� i.   ������ i    St* �����"! |   ' t 8 j'   i ���;;�������� \r    ��   I     '.II     I    .... .1 '-....I.     *��*/> .._     ,.i      ...     L       ,��.  r- -���-. '.   :. t\mm.MV   " "" ������������--���������-  A��\   M'I'HjL'.I/:'T-!"l"l   I.  I   i   i i i. i i  A '���"  /,! '* \.  Hi  a -i a  \:  "���.ii ",X|  t'<  "   ;Vspio\y  4. '�����*   \  < 'm_.___.rn       m  MNMR    HiWSSM*  m  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LU or JEAN SLADEY, 883-21233  1  Hi  y*  ' PageB4  -'f'f    v  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 1,1979,  ask*.  I I  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-2761  885-2503  DAVISBAY_,_ $64.500full price  I 3 bedroom with vlewTplos 2 bedroom suite.  j7 Two 4 pee baths plus ensuite. Insulated  V drive in garage. Fireplace, large sundeck &  --close to beach firstore. Call Jack.- ������  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson 885-2385  Don Madden      885-9504  WATERFRONT  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt ,  Vancouver Toll Free; 684-8016  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT ��� tot 100 x 725 - Great view with all  services, water, paved,road, cablevlslon, hydro. F.P. $39,000.  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE  ^Do you want a quiet waterfront retreat with no roads or can? We  have a few parcels of evergreen fdrest,~5'f6TlO ��res~eachT  Minimum of 2S0 feel of waterfront and stream thru most lots.  Located 22 miles of Sechelt by water or air only. Fly In with Tyee  Airways Ltd. from Vancouver or Sechelt, or use your own boot. Call  >   Don.  SECHELTVILLAGE ���     $54,900  NEW-NEW-WITH-VIEWI View from kitchen,  living room &, sundeck. Includes 3  bedrooms, kitchen pantry, fireplace, carport, large lot. Call Bob. to view anytime.  WEST SECHELT Asking $43,500  Contemporary 2 BR home. Total of 1.168 sq  ft on 2 levels. Fireplace. See Doug.  REDROOFFS "    ���   J  $67,500  New wdterfront 3 bdrm home with expansive view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel 'Shaw' fireplace & "skylight.  Treed.lot. Bob.  EGMONT WATERFRONT): Excellent investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old'double wide home.  Asking $45,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  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.  ROBERTSCREEK ."- $52,000  3 bedroom home on 1.67 acre's. Spacious  open plan of 1320 sq ft has ensuite off  master bdrm. Home has family room and  utility. Reduced drastically, in price for  immediate sola. Take Gibsons home In  trade. Bob.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $124,000  Sechelt Village: Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity to Invest in. this growing  community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  Doug.  WATERFRONT: Sandy Hook ��� 2 bedroom  home on J 3V of secluded, hard to obtain  WF. 1/2 basement, cement, driveway,  naturally landscaped, eaty to care for and  priced to sell at. $59,900. See Doug.  SECHELT-SANDY HOOK SI 35.000,  Waterfront -7 moor your sailboat at this���  dock. Large cedar home with super saufto,  decks everywhere. Privacy and expansive  view. Phone Bob for a viewing. This ls a  unique home.  SECHELT���SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront - Moor your sailboat at this dock. Large cedar home with  super sauna, decks everywhere. Privacy & expansive view. Phone  Bob for a viewing. This Is a unique home.  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT  Unbeatable 12S ft of beach with a house plus guest cottage. All  landscctped and In lawn. Blacktop driveway. Approximately 1/3  "acreofland. South exposure. FP $134,500. Stan.  LOTS  1/2 ACRE CORNER LOT: level, paved roads, easily cleared. Suitable  for mobile homes. Redrooffs Area. Try your offer to $ 13,000.  DAVIS BAY: $19,900 full price. 90' frontage on paved dead end  street. Underground telephone & cablevision, Large view��� a one  of a kind. See Doug.  SECHELT VILLAGE: ,Pebble Crescent ���  $49,900. Complete new remodel job. Large  rancher 1515 tq ft. Close to shops and  school, level lot too. New cupboards,  carpets, quarry tile entrance & bathroom  floors, light fixtures & paint. Why rent when  you can move Into a fine home at this price?  =Wood*eater to beat fuel bills teal Call Bobr  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.  SECHELT-VlllAGE- ."$63,500  Best view Lot on Sunshine Heights and  large too��� 100 x 140' ��� over 1/3 acre.  This home It well Insulated for winter and.  hat 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. Cqll Bob.  CREEKSIDE HOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living room with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  A 2.3x28' attached garage could be converted to an e<tra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy beach in  area.  CHASTER ROAD: $9,900 - Good, level lot 67' x 123', close to school  and all local services,, on paved road. Call Don.  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy in parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road. Call Don.  ACREAGE  REDROOFFS ACREAGE:  eluding power. Could  $29,250. Call Stan.  '-  3 f/2 acreTsulxTividable all facilities in-  e 4-5 lots.' Very reasonable price.  F.P.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  -fiEDRQQEESLl/2 ACRE: Trefld-A-IQ4LoUtontage-on-RedrooHsJtd^  SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedroom up,'  den & extra bedroom down. Double  plumbing. Heatilator fireplace in large  living room & rec room. Stucco exterior.  Large lot within walking distance to schools  and sfhops. Easy terms. Call Jack.  SECHELTVILLAGE $68900.00  Panoramic view of village and Trail Bay.  Like new spacious home with room for  everyone including home occupancy in  lower level. Features are too numerous to  mention. Check them out with Bob 885-2503  ROBERTS CREEK ��� $16,500. Privacy in the trees on this 1.3.acre  .parcel with gentle 7 slope towards the searHydro, phone and  reg. water at road.'Call Oon.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close tq the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  Lots of good trees and some alder for firewood. Easy accesslrom  the road and excellent topsoil. Serviced with power & water. FP  $12,500.  _$_16,000ea.   _.   _j.  - VIEW ACREAGE���5 acres In West Sechelt. Some view of the ocean.  Nicely treed. Good access. No logabla timbers. F.P. $25,900.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ��� Good Investment"for the patient. 200*  1000 ft. of Highway frontage. Good access and a small stream for  water. FP $22,900.   ,..  ���M  7    .  . AFJNE ACREAGE: $^50full prlcei���Sechelt Village. Just under 5  acres with dn attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well, and .good road access. Partly cleared. Call  Stan.  '   BUSINESS BLOCK  GIFT SHOP ��� Good revenue producer in an excellent location with  room for expansion. $ood variety of merchandise. Call Stan Anderson.  ��  ROBERTS CREEK ___ _       _    _     ,   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 S golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  REDROOFFS:.4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $20,000 each.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  thlt year. AsVlng $13,500*.      -.t**_ >       -_   -    '   SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  .$9,450.      CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $12,500.    "  WATERFRONT, W. SECHELT  Pebble beach with your own road right to  water. 3 bdrms, 3 complete bathrooms,  I^r.eqtipn_r.^  extras. View from all living areas. One of  the better waterfront homes on the coast.  Bob. '���������  WEST SECHELT $69*,500  Good buy for slxe of Lot and development of  lower level of home. Newly completed'  house with concrete drive and parking  areas. Room on lot to buHd swjrnrnlng ppoL,  or other uses. Landscaping done complete  with lawns. Move In.and en|oy. See with  Bob.  IH    mm~- jtj       I'  ...yr."..       _5^B5n!S^p^w"P���|r^ _____  rew**C ".7 * V :'  SECHELT $47,500  Near new; large, bright, economical three  bedroom home, 1 year new, 1260 sq ft,  Thermopane windows and doors, central  fireplace, open plan, no stairs, level lot,  Large sundeck, carport and storage. Good  value at $47,500. Call Don,  frWmTW*.  !'"(.>  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Sechelt locale,  Landscaped lot with U-drlveway, This home  Is only 3 years old, clean & bright. Real  ��     value. Call Jack,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� $16,000 each - 4 large country lots in Ihe heart'  of Roberts Creek. Private yet close to school, beach, store and golf  course, A great place to live for all ages, Take your pick,  PLAN  WEST SECHELT, HWY 101 ��� Fourplex a 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;��� 7  SEMI RETIREMENT BIKINIS! OOINO CONCIRN $74,600 FULL PtICI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATION!. TERMS * TRADI  -stothTJf^wMtwrewidattl^  dryers in one location.' 7 dryers and 14 washers In 2nd location, All  equipment In top condition, Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further Information  call J. Anderson 885-2053 Vane 684-8016     '  '  ���V-'    ��� _ ���  j   HOMES  SELMA PARK ~ $15,000. 1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home.All new w/w Includes triple axles, tires & wheels, hitch,  stove & fridge and 3 beds, This unit cannot be told from hew. (See'  Doug). ���:'.]'' .      .     7  NUMBER,!0 TSAWCbME: a cozy, near"new 792 sq ft 2 bedroom  ' home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing, Govsrnmont prepaid lease has 19 years to  run. FP $32,000.       7  '  SECHELT VILLAGE. $49,900. NEW 3 bdrm, Village, walk to shopping  ��� carport, fireplace, wood exterior, bsmt. Compare prices and buy  this one, Call Bobr   ���  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  rosy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  WILSON     CREEK ����������������� .<___^_"sooea?  Secluded building lott located on a quiet dead end street. The Lots  are 150 x 70'; easy to develop and flat with some trees. Close to a  good beach. In area of new homes. (Sfonl     '  HOPKINS LANDING. View lot close to ferry ��� area of new homes'  priced to sell at $13,000. Call Bob.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90, Close to marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.      '  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 & $8,150, Owner will look at reasonable offers to  these low prlcet.  DAVIS BAY SEA VIEW - 3 bodroom ranch style home plus cozy In-law  suite with 3 pee bathroom, Situated on large landscaped view  property 100 x 200', Stove, fridge, washer & dryer Incl In home,  Also stove & fridge In suite. Large bright kitchen separate dining  room with bay window, heatilator fireplace In large 22' Ivg room.  Just steps to sandy beach, FP $54,900. Call Jack,  SECHELT VILLAGE: Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' In a district  containing some fine new homes. Level and easy to clear, All  services. $2,000 down and easy monthly payments, FP $10,900.  SANDY HOOK; Spectacular 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.  ��#���  40.it      ��  4  ; "/- '���'  ss*��s��ass������ss��ss��s��asai  T  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  iff*  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision Is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  , 1/2 mjlej west of^^  division. The lots are wooded and level to1 gently sloping." Particulars of the siibcllvliloh 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 38 i-- SOLD  Lot 36 ��� $11,900  Lot 37 ��� $12,760  Lot 30 ��� $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 ��� $11,160  Lot 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lot 40 ���SOLD  Lot 49��� SOLD  Lot 80 ���SOLD  ^������V45cit "^r  Dimensions are given In both feet and metres,  T<.  ������     *^-y ��� ���  /  ���   <i%>y   ������ ������*  >>������'  " y '   ,r7/ 1  '���-���.     *eA^rflt>'yh        H  ..     V     ..-I..     >":���',-  t  _________ ^t (  y \ <%\   v.  *y *        v. ^h\ v    _<y  1  ...,>\  \  ._ *R _.__������������      "\    \\y}  1*40     1   5!    41        k'*^ 12        . "\    VV  ...tW \\I\y ^-j_^{r        ..A '   :./-     *N  .#�� '<��� ,. is,  I ��������� /. ������  *,  ��r��  ������sw^ssswsuMssajssisi  ! NORTH ROAD. GIBSONS  How you can buy Lots in Creekside Par* Estates on lime  Purchase your lot for as little as $1,000 down.   "���'  Payments tailored to your requirements at 10% interest,  which is less than.bank rates.  An Ana for your Single or Double Wide Home  Why live in a mobile home park when you can own your  " own lot for the same price as paying pad rental.  PageB-5  live in this quiet area of winding streets and cul de sacs and  still be within' walking distance to schools, shopping,  .   medical clinic, theatre and swimming pool.  COME IN AND DISCUSS TERMS. PURCHASE NOW FOR THE FUTURE  SUNNYCREST  SNOPPIM  CENTRE  VANCOUVER  TOIL FREE  ���86-2277 VSSSS!iaia   682-1513  CONVEYANCING  *  REAL   ESTATE  CONSULTING   *  APPRAISALS ��� NOTARY PUBLIC  Real Estate & Insurance  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  GIBSONS ���Rural area, very nice 2 bdrm horne with dinette, utility and  storage shed. One-half acre of property includes trailer pad. Asking ,  $48,500.  SECHELT -���2 Bdrm mobile home with large LR. Large rec room, sundeck  and storage has been added. In first class condition with W/W  throughout. Priced at S24000. J. Black. '���  ROBERTS CREEK ~ 3 bdrm home on Lower Rood; full basement with a/o     s  heat; large lot 110 x 145' has soma 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 spacejfdesigned for modern executive or anyone wishing to entertain etc. Main rooms open onto patio sundeck with complete view of  Georgia Strait. Large attractive garden completely private; low approach  to beach, guest cottage and many other extras. Ask for further details of  this choice property.  GIBSONS ������ 3 bdrm post and beam with carport; 2 baths; master bdrm �����-A  ensuite. Fireplace, open area living and dining rooms; new w/w in living  area; beautiful well-planned kitchen, also two rec rooms downstairs.  Large level lot 127 x 225 with good garden soil, Asking $69,000.  GIBSONS ���' Bay area, close to beach, stores and P.O. Attractive 3 bdrm  home on extra large lot with good vegetable garden. Home Is conveniently designed with large L.R. Rec Room, utility, workshop and spare  room In basement. $62,000.  LANGDALE ��� Panoramic view of Howe Sound and North Shore Mts.,  from this comfortable 2 bdrm family frome. Has finished basement with  kitchen and bath facilities (In-law ste., or?). Main floor Is 1022 sq ft, has  large LR with FP and w/w carpeting. Range, fridge and drapes Included.  Carport with paved drive. Sundeck for summer relaxation. Only $53,500.   LOTS 7'   LOWER GIBSONS ��� 3 lots,  corner School  Road and  Hiway   101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  GRANTHAMS ��� .three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  each.  GIBSONS���Level cleared lot In Gibsons Village on sewer and water, 62'  x 102', obtainable with small down payment of $3,500. Inquire for further details.  WHARF ROAb ~ Langidale, good retirement omk>; Io* 65' x 193'. Try your  offer.  Evenkigs CtH: Roit McSawmey, 885-3330;  For Sale  CANNINGSUPPLflES'  Pressure canners $62.75.  1 Jars'&cans, v 'I  plusfafflyourneeda... v.  MACLEODS.SECHELT 7  1589^3;  2 HOOKED rugs, 3 ft. x 6 ft.1'  killer whalerl-thunderMrd-  design, $600 ea. 885-5280.. 1739-  37 ...  05i~SflHL $250. Cobra rock  drill $500. 24' fibreglas  (Day) sailboat. No sails.  $2,000 or trade for W.H.Y. 885-  3429. 1740*37  WOODEN BLDG. for sale. 32't  .  high,,50'x;100\ 50' rafters,  10 x 10 beams, 32' long. Ph.  112-433-3137. 1616-36  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft: 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328,88^5272. 3460-  tf-   DANISH     STYLE     contemporary sofa. Green wool  upholstery, $100.883-2287.  "  . 1628-36  GARDEN PESTICIDES  & CHEMICALS  now sold at  MSCEEODS  Sechelt  1468-31  .  Gibsons Second  Hand Store  Shaw Rd., Industrial Park  WE BUY, SELL, TRADE  Beer Bottle Depot  Wednesday thru' Sunday  9:30amto6:00pm  886-2650 after 6 pm  1772-38  1973 PRENTICE RT600B hyd.  ���'LSgXoader; B boom, 4WD,  4 wheel steer carrier, Vancouver, $82,000; 1975 2500  Timberjack w-25 Weldco  Grapple, 23.5x25 tires ��� 80 pet,  excellent, Peace River,  $47,500; 1977 P&H 1250 1V4 yd  Hyd. Excavator w-dozer-type  UC, bush guarding, 1% yd  bucket w-teeth, total hrs 1600,  -VancouvoMUO.OOO^PlU-985*  - 1796-36  Wednesday, August 1,1979       The Peninsula Times Page  ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  -     SUNNYbRESf      ^ f\ VANCOUVER  SHOPPING I    .^^w-      U;^^w TOLL FREE       ���  centre      I    IBSQNS r\EALTY        - I  886-2277 \_j*^und developmentltd.    682-1513 B  5\ ���*���*��� 2-teibsons, B.C, VON 1V0L_J     ,   Zq      "  ft   CONVEYANCING.REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC   H0MES  9759.  Legal Notices  -Province of British Columbia-  Change of Name Act  (Section 6)  NOTICE OF APPLICATION  FOR CHANGE OF NAME  NOTICE is hereby given that  an application will be made to  the Director of Vital Statistics  for a change of name, pursuant to the provisions ofthe  "Change of Name Act", by  me:��� Allan Roy Ward of 1333  Dougal Road in the Village of  Gibsons, in the Province of  British Columbia, as  follows:���  To change my name from  Allan Roy Ward to Allan Roy  Evans.  Dated this 26th day of July,  AD. 1979.  Allan R.WaM  1774 apt-pub.  Aug.  1,  1979  Ministry of Forests  _^7J?McouverJi,orest Region _  NOTICE OF STAND  1  HWY 101 ft ARGENT RD: In the heart of  Robert* Creek. 8/10 of an acre of nicely  treed, gently sloping land. With 600 square  ''feet two bedroom home presently heated  with wood burning heater, but wired for  220 volts., Second dwelling permitted and  could be built behind existing building.  $2.4.900.  LOOKOUT AVENUE: Near- new three  bedroom'home in good condition on large  view lot In new subdivision just past the  Sunshine Coast Arena in Sechelt. Boating  facilities close by. Owner Is transferred and  .you may- have immediate possession.  $51,900.  WILLIAMSONS LANDING: This beautiful  ' summer or, year-round luxury home must be  seen to be believed. A 200 foot high and  low tide dock make this the home for the  boater. Fishing, water skiing, and pleasure  boating all out the front door on 100 feet of  your own. .78 acres of waterfront property.  "; Beautiful 1280 square feet A-frame house  features three bedrooms' with loft and part  finished basement. 25 x 8 sundeck  overlooks Howe Sound. Large guest cottage  With fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and  sundeck. $97,500.  LEEK ROAD:'New home on view land of  approximately 5 acres. Oak parquet floors  throughout. Open beam type construction  with large' bedroom and sitting mom up-  stairs. Ensuite plumbing. Finished basement  suite. Thermal glass and skylights. Two  fireplaces. Walk-In cooler and a 35x40  metal'workshop on cement pad. $135,000.  SUNNYSIDE DR: Three blocks from Cedar  Grove School in Gibsons-area. This large  "two-sWs��y full basement Home~Kas~thTaM~  bedrooms upstairs with a walk-In closet and  ensuite plumbing in the master bedroom.  Huge 20 x 14 living room with fireplace.  Double carport and wrap-around sundeck.  Situated on a 100 x 150 lot with partial view  across Georgia Strait to Vancouver Island.  This home is brand new and is covered by  the Government Home Warranty  Programme. $62,900.  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,  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: 105feetof 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  Welcome Pass and Thornby Island. This well_.a open, beam   construction   with   a   wall  built, single storey home features  beautifully landscaped grounds and is  mostly in huge trees for complete privacy.  This beautiful home must be seen to be  believed. $109,500.    #  1286 HEADLANDS ROAD: This three  bedroom home is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching, ramp.* Great living room for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4  mortgage. $42,900.-   -    POPLAR LANE: Only one block from schools  and shopping with 2084 square feet ol  finished home. This split level custom home  features heatilator fireplace, 2-1/2 baths, (3  piece ensuite off the master bedroom) with  7x3 walk-In closet. 20 x 17 family room  opens on to a large sundeck with wraparound benches. Concrete driveway leads  tip to double fully enclosed garage. Many  special features that must be seen. $69,900.,  CHASTER RD: Now here's living in style I  ' 1500 square feet full basement home with  many, many extras. Three bedrooms upstairs.' Huge master bedroom has full ensuite Including. bidet. Sliding glass doors  ���opon_on to thejouthern exposure sundaxkr  Extra large kitchen has a built-in dishwasher. Downstairs has a finished rec room  and finished two piece bathroom, plus'lots  of room left to your Imagination and handy  work. Fully enclosed garage. Lot is 150 x  160 with home situated to allow subdivision  of the lot. Assume existing 10-1/4%  mortgage and live happily ever after.  $79,900.  1597 SARGENT ROAD: Imaginel Absolute  fireplace and five rooms. Separate sauna on  the beach used all year round. Make an  j  appointment to view now. $145,000.  CRUCIL RD:   Big  family I   Then, this  four j  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the I  home* you've   been    looking   for.    Full   |  basement   with   rec   room,   utility   and  roughed in plumbing. Intercom Inside and  i  out. Large sundeck over carport. This home  is located on a quiet view lot, yet con-  I  -venient to the Village of Gibsons^$56.000.  J  DAVIDSON RD:Langdale. Exciting multl-J  level contemporary home on large treed, 1  view lot located in quiet area and offering  privacy and seclusion. Many outstanding  features such as high ceilings, skylights,  stone and brick fireplaces with heatilators,  quality carpets, sauna (unfinished). Dream  kitchen with sunlight ceiling, custom  cabinets, deluxe built-in appliances, "green  house" window. Sundecks and patios for  outdoor entertaining. Nicely landscaped  with lush .lawns, flowerbeds and vegetable  patch/ Only a skip and a jump to the  Langdale ferry terminal. Excellent financing  at only 10-1/4%. A must see for the city  escapee. $85,000.    CENTRAL AVE; Granthams. Beautiful home  on double wide lot. Million dollar view of  Keats & Howe Sound. Dining room has  sliding doors opening onto the balcony.  Revenue with suites currently rented at  $250 and $200. Perfect Investment. Priced  to sell. $49,900.  HWY 101 ���WILSON CREEK: One bedroom  home with great potential as revenue or  starter  home. Over  oneholf .acre  of  In-  FLGQKQUT^RT^verlwktng^Porpolse^^^rivac^^^ ���credible landrBU~x"3007l"eveland ideal for a  B  this near new 1200 square feet basement  home has everything a family would want  for comfortable living and more. Four  bedrooms, full bath plus ensuite, convenient utility room upstairs and plenty-of-  cupboards and cabinets. Situated on a  completely landscaped lot in quiet  residential area. Other features Include  huge rec room, two fireplaces, twin seal  windows and screens. Priced for a quick  sale. $49,900.    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  back yard with fruit trees etc, and' a  spectacular view of the ocean from the  front. Alt this righMn the heart of Gibsons.  Close to schools, shopping etc. Immaculate  _ three, bedroom- well-built -home -with���1/2-  basement, fireplace and sundeck. Priced to  sell $58,000.  POPLAR LANE: Sunny location on popular  Poplar Lane. Three bedrooms, plus ensuite,  huge kitchen, with large dining area. Lots of  room for expansion. The whole family will  find themselves within walking distance to  schools, shopping and recreation. $48,500.  B  ���  S  HILLCREST   RD:   Own   your   own   three  ��� , ,    . ��� , .        , . , bedroom home on Strata Title. Exceptional  access from masterbedroom.and large,lot| tCiitmint. Thlt 1280 square footjome,  has 1 1/2 baths, sundeck, close to shopping,  ready for landscaping. Close to the  terminal. Must sell quickly. $47,000  ferry  PRATT RD: New on the market. Lovely ranch  style, three bedroom, 1212 square feet-  home. Large level lot 75 x 143'. Cedar  feature wall in living room. Close to new  elementary ^school.   Owner ^irqnsferred.  $46,900.  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.  garden. Dedicated road at back of  property. $27,900.  KEARTON RD: For the horse lovers. An  _ .excellent four bedroom home, feoturiog  livingroom with fireplace, family room  dining area and brand new kitchen. Two  sundecks and large patio. All this on 2.5  acres of level land in quiet area. Close to  schools and shopping. Fenced grazing"  areas, three stall stable and tack room.JL2Q_  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 foun-  , datlon. 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. - .     .   - -  REVENUE  ifllS  FIRCREST RO: Over 20 nicely treed building  lots to choose from. 61 x 131. We will  arrange to have a home built for you.  Located a short drive down Pratt Road.  SCHOOL RD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On  sewer. Three blocks from schools and  shopping centre. Cleared for building.  $16,000 each. ^     ..  Priced at $9,700 each.  TENDING CONTRACT(S)  SEALED TENDERS for the   |_  foUowing:Juvenile-Spacing--B-RQIE!lAI  contracts Will be received by    H< w,,h   vltw   rf   N��rth   Shore   Mountains  Hi  Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac only  | one block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  ��� and schools. All services including sewer.  Ad|dcent to grass playing field. $16,900.  I SHOAL LOOKOUT: View lot with approval  ��� for ordinary septic tank) lots of nice homes  |  In this attractive area. $19,900.  d by  the Regional Manager, British  Columbia Ministry of Forests,  355 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 2H1, on the  date shown below:  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130.  Close to shopping and the ocean. Sewer  easement of 10' oh SE side of the lot.  R-LANE:_Beautlful-flat~bulldlng-lot~*l^.500..7   HWY 101 GIBSONS: Fully rented 9-unlt  apartment block with, over $18,000 yearly  revenue. Very neat and clean,building In  prime location close to schools and  shopping. Excellent rental history. Nearly  1/2 acre of property with paved parking lof.  This high cash flow building produces  excellent Investment value. Contact Jon  McRae, 885-3670 for details. $149,900.  COMMERCIAL  George Cooper, 886-9344  John Black. 886-7316;  1 Contract 1ST 92K4-71 JS.S  Located Cedar Lake South.  Ranger District No. 17,  Campbell River. On 194.87  Ha. Viewing Date August  9th, 1979, leaving Ranger  Station at 09:00 a.m.  Note: Viewing of this site  prior to submitting a  tender is mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of Tenders is 15:30 August 16th  1979.%  2 Contract ST 92G1240 J.S.,  Located Gray Creek,  Ranger District No. 7  Sechelt, Oh 77.5 Ha.  Viewing Date August 7th,  1979, leaving Ranger  Station at 09:30 a.m.  Note: Viewing of this site  prior to submitting a  tender is mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of Tenders is 15:30 August 16th  1979.  3 Contract ST 92K3-13 J.S.,  Located Menzies Mountain  North, Ranger District Nor  17 Campbell River, On 54.7  Ha. Viewing Date August  9th, 1979, leaving Ranger  Station at 08:30 a.m.  Notes Viewing of this site to  submitting a tender ls  mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of Tenders is 15:30 August 16th,   1979. ���"         " ���"���-"  Tenders must be submitted on  the form In the envelopes  supplied which, with particulars, may be obtained  from the Forest Ranger(s)  Indicated or from the  Regional Manager, Ministry  of >orestfl, locatod at 355  Burrard Street, Vancouver,  -BsOrVeO-JHlr- ��� *���*���-  Lowest or any tender will not  .necessarily be accepted.  This call for tender come*  under the Terms of the  1765-spt pub. Aug. 1,1979  Set) More ClautfIwU  PageB-f  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 cartop boat launching. Only one block  from the beach and Chaster Park, Priced  from $,14,900.  SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: Large lots, most  have 100' frontage with 150 depth In quiet  rural setting. All lots nicely treed with  southern exposure. J-l/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  with concrete driveway to building site,  Panoramic view of Howe Sound Islands and  North Shore Mountains. You can hear the  waves as yau, watch them lap up on the  shore, Building site Is cleared and ready to  go, $16,900.  OOWER A MABEL RD: Large seml-waterfront  view lot In quiet rural area. Short walk to  the beach. In Cedar Grove School District,  Ideal for housing or a hedge against Inflation. Buy and Invest now, Priced at  ���19,900.  REDROOFFS ROt View lot. $2,000 down.  ?$x����0V Somt tarflr trwd.locat.td new  Coopers Oreen. $12,900, ,, ,  SMITH KDi Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and ocean view, Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000,  COACH RD: Roberts Creek. Large lot 70 x  270 In' quiet rural subdivision. Ready to  build on. Owner Is anxious to sell and offers  excellent terms. Asking price $12,000. Try  $2,S00 down payment, $150 per month <S)  *ia%*-|rtterettr--'*-''-'---"���'��"���"-���'"- -���>��-  OOWER PT RD at 14th: Nearly 1/a acre t��f  view property. Approximately 00 x 2S0, R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property,  'flWt'lHWI y ^^mmfftHKMmmts^��mm^mmmf' ***W  close to the beach. $17,900.  GLASSFORD RD: This must be the best buy  on the market. 63 x 160. Cleared, sewer  and water connected. Culvert and fill,  Ready to build. $10,000.  BURNS RD: Good building lot, 65 x 130 on  flat land in Gibsons Village. Four blocks  from Post Office, stores and transportation.  Lightly treeq". Three blocks from ocean. All  services available. $11,0Q0.  PRATT RD: Approximately 110 x 200 this  'nicely treed 1/2 acre has many choice  building sites with some view of Georgia  Strait. Zoned for 2 single family dwellings.  Take a look at this dream lot with a realistic  price. $18,900.  SMITH RD: Good view lot 125 x 165 with a  good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view. $14,500.  ABBS RD: View of the Bay area and Georgia  Strait Is yours from this beautiful lot In area  of elaborate homes. Two blocks to schools  and shopping, $19,900.  COMMERCIAL: Large lot, 82' on Hwy 101  and 271' on School Rd. C.D.A. 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, |ust minutes to  the Langdale ferry. Ideally situated on 90  feet of level, walk-out WATERFRONTAGE,  being the only commercially zoned property  In this area, the land Itself Is extremely  valuable. Aside from store profits there Is  additional revenue from other sources, such  as collection of wharfinger fees from the  government wharf ad|olnlng this property,  plus post office and an upstairs revenue  suite. This Is an Ideal husband-wlfa  situation. Always wanted to be your own  boss, then don't miss this opportunity.'  s  ���  ���  ���  ���  B  MBMEE  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  blocks of the shopping centre, schools and  medical clinic. Priced from $10,900 to  $19,900,  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  ���view lots. An area of new and varied  homes. These lots offer themselves to many  different building locations. En|oy privacy  and tbe view of Howe" Sound. Priced from  $12,900.  SCHOOL A. 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 sWe-by-slde or up-down duplex  construction, Priced at $16,900 and  117,500,  HWY 10) ft ARGENT RD: 6/10 ol an acre of  treed land In Roberts Creek two blocks from  the Masonic Hall, Two dwellings allowed oh  the property. 100 feet of highway frontage  that would be Ideal for domestic Industry  site with, horn* behind, On hydro and  regional water. $14,900,  DAVIDSON ROADi 2/ft of an acre with a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge. This lot  hos a small creek on the vefy bock ol the  property. AM new homes  In  this area.  $14,900,  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  ^bm^r^9lH^mmn^mmnitil(mr-Pf^'^mm*~  j���inusiiliii.wafflr���,ayfl.||gbl��,...$o<9Q0,  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  growth trees, level, great for a hobby farm.  Close to Gibsons. Good holding property  and priced at only $4,000 per acre. See this  now. Large acreages are getting "scarce,  $64,000.  CHASTER RD: Two acres ol nicely treed,  level land across the street from Cedar  Grove School. Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 acre lots, Excellent lor 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 Olbsons.  Logging road, not In use, through property.  Average subdivision site permitted 1/2  acre, Southerly exposure and good view.  $38,500.  MIDDLEPOINT HIGHWAY 101: A 20 acres  with Insulated cottage |ust remodelled.  Located on Highway 101 In Mlddlepolnt  +28 miles from Gibsons. Average subdivision sire permitted 1/2 acr��. Cottage  has all services, southerly exposure and  view from higher elevation at rear,  $49,500.  Three private acres In quiet area with nice  evergreens. Olbsons Creek goes through  ew��������t*er-aiaf,aj00,-.��~-.��....   ���  LORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  JONMcRAE  8894670  ANNEGURNEY  886-2164 .  CHRIS MNKAINEN  885-3945  !������������������  ARNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  MYVISSER  889-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886:8040  STEVE SAWYER  885-2691  r  m  1  i PageB-6  The Peninsula Times: Wednesday, August 1,1979  For Sale  For Sale  A,  GOOD LOOKING used dishwasher,  $50;   FF  fridge.  ; $150.885-2126. 175738  *-j   >.y.    ���   '    PAGE Logging trailer w-  radlal tires, also includes  scales, 8 ft and 10 ft bunks,  bulkhead, 5th wheel. Extras.  Sacrifice $9,500 obo. Will  accept trade for part  payment Ph. 567-4249^1798-36 _  RAYGO 600 ��� 1975, smooth  , drum w-knobby tires, well  maintained, sacrifice sale.  Ph. 324-2446 or 985-9759. 1799-  36     -    , GARAGE SALE, Aug. 4, 9:30,  am, 1 block west of Flume.  Beach Ave., Robts Ck.  Lawranowers, Seagull outbd,  well pump, winch, wooden  doors &windows,misc. 1807-  36  COLEMAN camp items: 3-  burner stove, 2 lanterns, 1  catalyst heater, used 1  vacation, best offers. One  guitar, never used, perfect for  beginners; $50.26,{ B&W RCA  Victor TV in good working,  order, $50.8864238, pm only.  1811-36  OAK DESK and chair, $100.  886-7729. 176446  KENMORE elec. range, 5 yr.  old, $285;  Viking auto  dryer, $150. Avail. Aug. 10.  886-9685. 176846  CAT. 12 Grader, total 10,000  running hrs, 3.000 on  rebuilt motor,, rebuilt trans;  new paint, tires, many extras.  $10,000 or property.- Write  Merritt Herald Advertiser,  Box 9, Merritt, B.C. VOK 2B0.   177848.  For Quick Results  Use Times Adbrlef si  ATCO bunkhouses 10x52 and  10x20. Good to* excellent  condition. Located Mica  Townsite. $500 to $2,000. Whole  complex^olr. single units: Ph.  376-5502 eves, 376-9616 -  Kamloops .Salvage.     1777-36  885-3295  . Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt. B.C. yON33AO,/-.  Next to the Gulf Station  Where Real Estate is serious���hut a pleasure  URINE-ERASE saves carpets! Guarantees removal  (dog, cat, human)7urine_  stains, odors from carpets.  Free brochure! Dept. A  Reidell Chemicals Ltd., Box  7500, London, Ont. N5Y 4X8.  *   1780-36  SKOOKUM SCISSOR Boom,  fits lMt-3 yd. shovel over 40  ft reach. Piles 35 ft. high. Mar  Hook Grapple. Almost new.  3384643, Courtenay.     178146  1976 CRAWLER-Loader MF  200B. 470 hrs TT, 4-in-l  bucket, ROPS, winch. Good  shape, reasonable price. 397-  2265 after 6 pm. Forest Grove.  B.C. 178246  AS IS: Rototiller - 36" for 3 pt��  hitch, used once, c-w  stabilizers. Used  Snowthrower, model IH5Q, in  working cond'n, fits IH Cub  .154 Lo-Boy tractor. Closing  date: July 31,1979 at 4:00 pm.  Bids will be received in  writing by ��� Secretary-  Treasurer, School District No.  17 (Princeton), Box 460,  Princeton, B.C. VOX 1W0.  178646  t i i i  i  JEEP PARTS. New, used. All  Jeeps 1942 to 1979. Huge  stock, lowest prices, fast  service. Gemini Sales, 4736 E.  Hastings, Burnaby, B.C. V5C  2K7.294-2623. 179346  Metric���measure for   measure, it's a better way to  measure  h.b. GORDON AGENCIES no  30 Ystars���Cowrie St., Sechelt  SECHELT ��� BOULEVARD  Waterfront style,  architect designed and  meticulous  craft-  manship, in _this_ spacious two-bedroom home. The four main.  rooms are orientated to the south facing a view over the Gulf.  The lower, daylight level is fully developed. Double garage.  Priced at one hundred and thirty five.  SECHELT��� MARINE DRIVE  Waterfront estate. West Coast Contemporary Architect home.  Four bedrooms, three fireplaces. Viewed strictly by appointment to serious, prospective purchasers.  .     ;:..���'���  -7\~-  WILSON CREEK ���-HIGHWAY 101         COUNTRY CHARM. Two bedroom bungalow and three room  cottage. Studio/Workshop. Over one acre and short level walk  to the best beach at Davis Bay. Be sure and see this red and  white charmer. Priced at $65,000. "   HALFMOON BAY  Two bedroom rancher. Heatilator fireplace. Utility room,/attached carport, seperate workshop. F.P. $45,000.  SECHELT ��� ORCHARD  50x100 ft. lot, zoned commercial.  ���Prlted at-$28jOOOv������ ���  Older home needs work.  SECHELT ��� BUSINESS.  Ideal moneymaker for a handyman. Come In and talk It over  with John Wilson.  Days 8B6-2013  Evenings 885-9365  FORECLOSURE SALSII  Well-built house ��� 3 bdrms, den, full bsmt, with a  lot of extras, such as a picture card view of the mountains A  water. Must be sold, appraised value of $73,000, LISTED AT  $69,900 AND MUST CONSIDER ALL OFFERS.  2 LOTS IN FORECLOSURE  Lot 58 & 39 - Deer Horn Drive. USTID AT $7,800  Two 9-Acre Parcels ~ with waterfront, In area of  Ole'sCove.  Large Lot -  Sechelt,  WANTED  must have southern slope, not far from  ED TRAFF  S2MSSS  DDAC    M5<i/I)li  Waterfront  Homes  Homes  GOWER POINT $84,250  THIS PANORAMIC VIEW CAN  BE YOURSI  Quality construction, built for  a sea captain, this two  bedroom home is set in a  park-like garden. Full  basement can be developed.  Spantex sundeck, hardwood  floors, many extras?* 57 feet  of waterfront as well I For  more details, call Rene at  885-9362.  GRANTHAM'S VIEW  $29,600  One bedroom in this cozy 780  sq ft home. The panoramic  view of water and mountains  can be enjoyed from the  glassed wrap-around sun-  porch. Fridge, stove and new  wood burner- included.  Minutes to ferry, shopping  and beach.. Call Suzanne for  more information on this  charmer in Gibsons, 885-  3971.  DAVISBAY $32,900  Specatacular view 1rom this  waterfront lot in one of our  most desirable areas. Sloped  lothas a lovely beach .and is  nicely treed. For more infor  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  SAKINAW LAKE $15,000  165'    lakefrontage    lot    on  Provincial   lease,   $160   per  year. Leased until 1988. Boat  l==gcc^_ss==cji%^==ej��  building site for your  weekend retreat. Call Ray  Bernier; 885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson7 885-5383.  SEMI WATERFRONT   $36,000  Wilson Creek. A well-  maintained 5 year old two  bedroom house with an extra  large living and dining room  combination, the fridge,  stove and washer are included. Carport and storage  shed and a lovely landscaped  lot. This is a prepaid lease  with 15 years left. Suzanne  Dunkerton will give you more  information on leases, 885-  3971.  HOPKINS LANDING   $79,000  A spectacular view and a  home with elegance and  comfort. Over 1700 sq ft on  two levels. Two bedrooms, a  large living and dining room  set off by cathedral ceilings  ahd a heatilator fireplace.  Kitchen is bright and  spacious. 36' x IT cedar  sundeck to enjoy the landscaped garden. Property is all  fenced. All this and close to  the ferries I Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  SECHELTVILLAGE      $45,000  Three bedrooms in this 1139  sq ft family home. Open  kitchen with lots of cupboard  and counter area. Central  fireplace which is shared by  the living and dining rooms.  Lovely garden with berries,  fruit trees, vegetables and  flowers. Aluminum 10 x 10  foot storage shed. Close to  schools, shopping and park.  Phone Suzanne Dunkerton for  a viewing of this immaculate  .home.JB85-3971._,   _____  SIDE BY SIDE BEAUTIES  Two lots in Tuwanek, 110' of  waterfrontage priced at  $26,500 and 95' of waterfrontage priced at $25,000.  Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance  these properties. Phone Rene  for more details,. 885-9362.  Acreage  VIEWI   $2500 DOWN  For qud1lfl^"tuye?srimm^Jr  occupancy   in   quiet   convenient  Wilson  Creek   subdivision. $49,900. Further  SECHELTVILLAGE      $58,600  Many, many extras In this  well planned tastefully  decorated two bedroom gem;  1300 square feet of immaculate house, plus an  insulated garage and  workshop surrounded by the  best garden soil available.  For more details, call Rene,  885-9362.  REDROOFFS $45,000  Three bedroom 1339 sq. ft.  family home. Large living  room with a cozy wood stove.  Kitchen is spacious with large  working areas as well as lots  of cupboard space. Some  landscaping done on the  large lot which has a  "southern exposure.~ Call  Suzanne Dunkerton to view  this well priced home, 885-  3971.  SELMA PARK $14,000  16 years of lease left on this 2  bedroom home. A family size  RitcRen with  Industrial  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL  PARK  Now selling ��� light Industrial, service, commercial. Located on High-  way 101 in the village of  Gibsons, Seamount Industrial Park provides a  mixed package of lots and  acreage sites. Reasonably  priced, fully serviced with  347-600 volt three phase  power, sewer, water,  paved roads and street  lighting. Lot sizes start at  150 x  ^Rene  ,9362.  150,  $12,950.  Call  - Suthertcmdr~88 5-  details with Ray Bernier, 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson,  885-5383.  ROBERTS CREEK $55,000  Price Reduced $4,000  A family home built with  children in mind. Three  bedrooms, full'basement,  1344 sq ft of living space.  Bright,   open   ..kitchen' with  - large counter area and loads-  of storage space. The living  room and dining room are  open plan and enjoy the  warmth of the fireplace.  Basement has, been ,3/4  finished and needs the  finishing work done. Large  private lot which backs onto  Roberts     Creek.     Within  _ walking jJIMgncjk^f^hooIs,^  grocery store & beach. Call  Suzanne, 885-3971.  DAVISBAY $66,000  Beautiful view from this three  bedroom home. Large family  kitchen    loaded   with   cup-  J��ards,___wor_k__and���_e_ating   space. Separate dining room,  cozy living room, with a  fireplace. Finished rec room &  bar with another fireplace,  guest bedroom. Close to .'  schools and beach ��� ajl this' _  ~in-popular77bavis-Bay l^Cail���  Suzanne   Dunkerton,   885-  3971.  WILSON CREEK $9,000  Seml-waterfront unfinished  cabin, complete with 15 year  prepaid lease. Further Info rm at I o n from - Rene  Sutherland,885-9362.  a view, large  garden area and a small  workshop. Call Suzanne  Dunkerto_n___fo_r_ jrjore___j_n--  formation, 885-3971.  ROBERTSCREEK $89,500  Five acres & 1700 sq ft four  bedroom unique; 3 storey  home. The acreage is bottom  land & has a southern exposure, large organic  vegetable garden, fruit trees,  artesian well, pasture,  chicken house & goat stalls.  Insulation is optimum with  R20 in walls and R40 in  ceilings between each room  and floor. All rooms are  bright and the' windows are  double except for the leaded  glass and stained glass  windows. The cedar finishing,  parquet floors and  broadloom carpet makes this  an easy-care home. Outside  is a large sauna which will  accommodate 10 people, and  a guest cottage which could  be a workshop or studio. This  property is one of a kind in  -the^-Creek-Call-Suzanne for,  viewing, 885-3971.  DAVIS BAY-  $1400   price  maculate     3  $64,500  reduction.   Im-  bedrooms,  landscaping and sundeck 2nd  F/P in Rec room, 4th bdrm  and. extra large, workshop in  b_smt. An excellent buy. Drive:  by- on���Laurel -or���phon��-~for-  app't to see. Emilie Henderson, 885-5383 or Ray  Bernier,. 885-5225.  WEST SECHELT 2 ac.   $39,700  Anr excellent-starter f orthe  mini-farm enthusiast. 2 +  acres of level cleared land,  goodjwell, outbuildinguancLa |  cute one bedroom  cottage.  Many "possibilities-Tn~th1s_  charmer. To view call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  WOODCREEK PARK  74   lot   subdivision,   ravine  park oh three' sides.   Fully  serviced. For more details,  call Rene Sutherland, 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  Here are two beautiful level  lots located side by side.  Sensational view of frail  Islands. Priced at just $17,500  each. Better get your offer in  fast on these two I Contact  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  SELMA PARK $12,900  This choice view lot Is offered  at a reduced price for quick  sale. Located at corner of  Hwy 101 and Heather Road,  and backing onto Greer Rd.  Good value here. MLS. Call  Corry Ross, 885,9250.  ROBERTSCREEK $15,500  WAKEFIELD RD     $16,750 ea.  Two beautiful Side by side  ylew 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 sus>dlvision,��4|beautlful  homes. rVj/pMSVMn nice  flat rock JpHr-(excellent for  building. Ray Bernier, 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson,  885-5225.  WEST PORPOISE BAY  $9900  Here's a nice serviced lot  within minutes of the village.  Lots  PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES  VIEW plus 94 ft of creekside    ThiB |ot |, p^y c|0Qred and  and 164 ft of depth. Centrally    na8 a |ovo| building site. Call  located to schools, shopping  and beach. Perculatlon has  been approved as well as  building plans, Excellent  residential lot. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  WINN RD. GIBSONS  $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.  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  TUWANEK $9,000  View lot overlooking Lamb's  Day. Vendor will carry  agreement for sale. For more  details, call Rene, 885-9362.  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  Dernier, 885-5225.  VIEW LOT $14,000  Pender Harbour. Building site  Is already cleared, has  regional water, lovely sloping  lot.,Close to excellent fishing  qnd beach access. Call Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  lust Llste��^Rr^lrTewlc4s~  in new subdivision. $10,000  to $20,000. Call Ray Bernier,  885-5225,   or   Emilie , Henderson, 885-5383.  SANDY HOOK $13,500  The vendor will accept a low  down payment and  agreement for sale on this 58  x 346 foot potential view lot.  Storage shed and some  building materials Included.  Oh private paved road,  potential view, one of the  nicer Sandy Hook lots, Call  Rene, 885-9362.  KEATS ISLAND  This summer retreat you've  been looking for? A corner  . lot with a view at only  $7,500. Hydro and water  available. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  WEST PORPOISE BAY   $9,900  -Level���lot���located~c1oirrt<:  Village of Sechelt. This Ipt Is  selectively cleared and Is  ready to build on. Water and,  hydro. * Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  WESf SECHELT  Two lots side by side located  on NorWest Bay Road. Priced  at $12,500 and $9,500. Both  lots are serviced with water,  hydro and cable. Buy  separately or try an offer on  both lots. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  SECHELT VILLAGE $16,000 ea.  Two nicely treed lots side by  side equalling approx 200'  frontage. Close to Chatelech  Jr. Secondary School, located  on Highway 101. An excellent Investment at this  price. To view, call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  CREEKSIDE PLACE  Residential Mobile Home  Subdivision  13 Fully serviced lots, situated  approximately 2 miles northwest  of Sechelt, corner of Mason ft  Norwest Bay Road. Level lots to  facilitate both single ft double wide  trailers.  Please call  Emilie Henderson, 886-5383  Ray Bernler, 885-5223.  ROAD  mr~  \t  .6JUL  ROAD  \  V.  Jut.  Ttii  ">,T���-���"  \ I"'  JUL.  -,nr  U  JULL  Lot-3 $11,900  4 $12,500  6 $11,000  7 $10000.  8 $10,000.  10 Reserved  Lot 11 Reserved  12 $9,500  13 $9,600  14 $9,600  15 $9,600  17 $9,500  IB $9,500  RAY BERNIER  -~OH-#itt-��  CORRY ROSS  ;"Htt"' Ww,J','wWaWlP *****  MaMsst noto Matfrlc MsYosurcmatnts,  i iiiian *������ �� in sum ii   MASON  RENE SUTHERLAND  TERRY BRACKETT  EMILIE HENDERSON  ��$  -����-UL  SUZANNE DUNKERTON,  TERRI HANSON  - -att-satf���  North Vancouver  139Wost 16th Sfreef  W��st Vonrouvax '  1906 Morlno Drlvo  Vancouver  3343 Kings way  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  Surrey  10474 137th St,  LangUy  20505 Frosair Hwy  Powoll Rlvor  4726 Mnrlno Avonuo  fWIMSIft pr "RILOCATION IIRVICil CANADA" RIP1RRAL IVITIM  I ���'���'..S-v  a*tqtl**ff**t ���  ��� ��� ��� . . ..    :  : \  ���. ���       .       ���   .    .  Times Crossword -byjoMeinyk  Police News  local brawl  Sechelt RCMP are investigating a brawl which  could result in assault charges  against several of the "at  least six or seven persons  involved," Sgt. Robert Evans  said last week.  The fight started in a  residence in the area of East  Porpoise Bay Rd. and Trident  Ave. about 12:15 a.m. July 22  and some of the persons were  admitted to St. Mary's  Hospital.  Of the three Americans  involved, one was admitted to  hospital oh his return to the  U.S. because of injuries  suffered in the fight. Three or  four local juveniles were  involved and there is evidence  weapons were used, Evans  said.  Clifford A. Strand of  Gibsons suffered minor head  injuries when the van he was  driving left the highway on  Davis Bay hill, hit a telephone  pole and overturned down the  bank into a ditch.  The accident, occurring  about 12:20 p.m. July 26,  caused approximately $5,000  damage to the 1979 Ford van.  The van, owned by City  National Leasing Company of  South Vancouver, is undergoing a mechanical in-  SILK-SCREENING community  events t-shirts is only part of Colin  Swinney's silk-screening operation in  an old barn in Roberts Creek.  =59^Rlver_ |n_'Kubla_Khan\  61. Small PiaKO of Land  62. Allowance  28. Closo  29. Challenge  33. Supper Food  34. Gordon  ~35^-Paus*   36. Groups  38, Hamburgers Partner  COAST CRAFTS  ~sl��cttotr_te^eteTnime--aie-  cause of the accident.  A 12-foot fibreglass boat  with a six horsepower Johnson  outboard motor was reported  stolen from the Madeira Park  Government Wharf July 23.  The boat, purchased  originally from Madeira  Marina, is white with identifying letters "MM" on the  outside and beige-pink on the  inside. The value of the boat  and motor is estimated at  $400.  The Dept. of Highways  reported July 23 three highway signs were knocked over  during the weekend of July 14-  15. Two "no camping overnight" signs and one curve  sign were knocked over in the  Davis Bay-area.  Residents! of a home on  Ocean Ave. > returned home  from a holiday July 21 to find  their back door damaged in an  attempt by someone to break  in. No entry was made.  A two-horsepower Johnson  outboard motor valued at  approximately $285 was  reported stolen July 26 from av  Beach Ave. residence, Gibsons RCMP said last week,  The motor is white with a red  stripe.  The value of cedar siding  reported stolen the same day  from the area of Park Rd. and  Highway 101 is unknown'. Two  tires were slashed on a car  parked outside a Port Mellon  home July 24.  Lumber   and   plywood  ���value67atmofe-than-S200-was-  *  reported stolen from King Rd.  July 23. A Sanyo AM-FM  cassette-recorder valued at  more than $200 was reported  stolen" from Seaview Place"  July 20. The cassette-recorder  can be identified.  Local silk screen business  By EVI BLUETH Fine, detail in. the pattern  Everyone has seen Colin.  generally makes it advisable  Swinney's community, event t?c to,- 7 make     the     stencil  "^shirts"asthedogfish:derbrand-TT)hotbgraphicallyr-b  estate companies.  businesses. It would be nicer  He hopes eventually to get   to have that as one of ourjnain-;  _...��i^_ ___��____��� u- --'^- Purees of income rathe* than'*'  -fee-Grand Prix shirts, but no  one knows what happens  behind the scene. Colin has his  silk screening operation set up  in a huge old barn on his  property on Lower Rd. in  Roberts Creek. He is aiming  at setting up a system that is  very efficient and will enable  him to handle a large volume  of work. Presently he is busy  renovating the buildings wi  his newly acquired land in  preparation for a new studio.  .    Silk  screening   is   the  modern form of what is  probably the oldest of all  printing -processes. It is the  logical development of the  principle   used    by    the  Japanese,  who  long ago  learned to make very intricate  stencils by gluing the cut  design to a web of hair, thus  making it possible to  use  Isolated elements which could  not otherwise be held in place.  The screen stencil or-  . dinarlly used consists of  bolting screen or polyester  stretched oyer a  wooden  frame. On this fabric is the  design to be stencilled. This  design may be produced by  simply painting the areas  which are to remain white  with some substance, such as  gum or shellac, which will  make the silk Impervious to  the ink used. The stencil is  placed in,contact with the  surface to be decorated and a  puddle of Ink is scraped from  one end to the other by means  of a rubber squeegee. This  force*"the ink through;the  open areas of the stencil and it  adheres   to   the   surface  beneath. The stencil ia then  lifted��from the decorated  surface.and the ink allowed to  dry, after which another  colour may be applied from  The type of screening that  Colin finds most efficient  useds a photographic process.  pregnating the screen with a  light sensitive material, and  exposing it-to light under, a  tracing of the pattern. The  image is developed by  washing with .water, which  removes the coating from the  open areas where it has not  been light hardened.  Colin built all his screens  and made his own paddles for  the four colour rotary press  that he uses; He has been  doing screening for nearly two  years but feels; that His  learning has only just begun.  Although the problems that  come up are frustrating and  time consuming he is determined to overcome them and  improve his operation.  He learned his craft from  Ra Wilson, a former resident  of the coast who did screening.  Collin said, "After learning  the craft I didn't know what I  would be doing; for sure but I  was intrigued and I enjoyed  the work. I saw. the potential  for possibly making a living,"  Previously Colin had  worked as a stone mason,  carpenter, ditch digger etc.  but now he says, "I like being  my own employer. I like not  having to work in the rain,"  Colin improvises when  necessary. He says, "A person  has to take what ls around  them and make the most of  it." He would much prefer to  have a drying conveyor but  presently he is working with a  rack. He says, "It is not  modern/but it works!"  many local projects by  making his t-shirta. Vlkl  Lawrence assists Colin with  her design ideas. Together  they did the Timber Days,  Roberts Creek Daze, and the  Sea Cavalcade Oshlrts. Colin  ��printed the menu* for Lord  Jim's, did placemata tor  Bonnie Brooke Lodge and  made several signs for real  away'from doing the typical  commercial "work-and- get  closer to doing just art forms.  He wants to approach fine art  qualities using surreallism,  and super real art work,  which require specific  techniques of screening. He  hopes to do unusual things. "I  like having a customer who  doesn't really care about how  much he spends as long as he  gets what he wants. I would  like to do bolts of fabric,  especially silk, and life size  posters." Colin and Viki are  hoping to go to Japan to study  -becoming an industrial area. I-  would like to see at all costs  industry be kept to minimum,  other than small non-polluting  ones. This is one of the most  beautiful places on earth and  it would be a shame to see it  spoiled."  Colin can be contacted at  886-2329 for any further information.  AND  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LTD.  gaum  ^���^GENCIES LTD.  advanced     screening  techniques.  Colin is in favour of small  cottage industries in the area,  He says, Td like to see  Gibsons expand in a creative  manner. Let's face it, tourism  is   one   of   our   biggest  are proud to announce a merger  and opening of a combined office under the new name of  \m  SECHELT REALTY LTD.  8gS.223B 885-3271  the management and staff of both offices  wHI be pleased to welcome yon at our Cowrie St. location  WE'RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD PROFESSIONALS.  SBMI'WATRRPRONT ��� OOWER POINT  FABULOUS VIEW from this charming  2 bdrm homo, Exceptional flno  wooden Interior finish.'Noarly 1/2 an  acr* ��� boathouse, $90,000. Eva  Carsky, 806-7126.  ���*%m^fW��!m\i&  "NRWONMARKBT" $87,900  Control Olbsons. VIEW,of harbour  and mountains, 3 bdrm homo with  basement, Vory qulot and private.  Eva Carsky, 886-7126.  OREAT FOR THE FAMILY - $62,900  Tho   kitchen-nook-living   room   Is  designed for family get-togethers.  , Includes 3 bdrms, workshop, garage,  Larry Reardon, 683-3924,  wfv��|.  t-^rrtWS  Wmm  FANTASTIC VIIW  3 bedrooms with basement, Area of  new homes, Wilson Creek. Asking  $49,900. Eva Carsky 886-7126.  f',*'1'tf^. SK  YEAR ROUND CREEK  Is one of many features that accent  this 6+ acre home on Reid Road.  This represents real valu* al  $89,000. Rita Percheson, 689-5706.  WATERFRONT-$69,800  Overlooks Porpoise Bay. 4  bedrooms, boat locker, workshop A  greenhouse. Walk to stores A  marina, Chuck Dowman, 685-9374.  CENTURY WEST REM. ESTATE (1171) LTD.  Box 1490, Wharf Rood  Socholt, B.C. VON 3A0  885.3271  -y.mh  NEW ON MARKET. $46,900  lower Gibsons, very clajan, 2 bdrm,  sun room, fireplace. Beautiful yord,  patio, workshop. Call Eva Carsky  886-7126 or 885-3271 for more  details.  y��,  I;  hhC��)���r^_  WILSON CRiEK VIEW - $86,000  3 bdrm newer, full basement home  has water VIEW, ensuite plumbing, 2  fireplaces   and   much   more,   Rita  Percheson 885-5706.  JUST BBINO FINISHED-  SAROENTIAYARiA  Three level home on Redrooffs Road,  overlooking Sargent* Boy. 3 large,  bdrms, fireplace, family room, fishpond and a  huge workshop-barn.  $82,900. Larry Reardon,  885-3924.  <>��"s��*�����'-AMs-'TVI*R�� OF' INSURANCC""* ��'*�����"'   - ���-*���������  Soaild* Plaxa, Olbboqt Evosi Call  886-2000 Norm Peterson 886-2607  or DtnnU Suvejjee 88sV7264  *"m* '" *-|0TI"~ '"  NORWEST BAY RD,  OPPOSITE DERBY RD.  8 lots ��� some with VIEW. In their  natural state so you can create your  own landscaping. Priced at $12,500.  Larry Reardon 869-3924,.  SUNSHINE BAY ESTATES  NEW ON MARKET  Ihtlt ^*iCBfJir^��iJjnw<,yiEW  LpTS In Ha|frnoon Bay have beautiful  water view and are priced  Irom  IV 7 $13,600. Rita* Percheson 885-5706.  MARLINE DEVELOPMENT  Over 1/4 acre building lot. Nicely  m^nomsrvir^-"������  ^Hftakerr^BB^aMI ,*<-*����� ��� - ��� ���  ED BAKER  8804*41  PRBSTIOB WEST SECHELT  Partial VIEW building lot on Derby  Road. Fully serviced, Near level and  Is cleared for building. $9,500. Rita  Percheson, 885-5706,  HALFMOON BAY ��� WESCAN ROAD  Large lot 91 x 340' with evergreens,  seclusion, Ideal for summer retreat.  Try $9,500 ..ASSESSEO.at tl 1,500.  Call Ed Baker, 865-2641.  $ AROBNT ROAD. OIBSONS ��� $ 14,'SOO  BEAUTIFUL VIEW LOT In an, area of  new  homes.  Fully  serviced  with  -��eewety-Clese *��� sskeels mmA *hmp.  .PlnftiBly'g.vCiiiiJiy^if^^^^......  _  EVA CARSKY  ���M-712*   :���iscffiiUiWiRiXPa:������"*" '"  OIBEONS 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 (IIC) toned property. Call  Rita Percheson for more details, 665-  5706.  INVBSTMBNT REVENUE ��� $111,000  Attractive 7*ulte rental unit. Steady  clientele, No vacancies for years.  ~'Wenoy-4e��e*i��aY*tfrirt^^  CHUCK DOWMAN  888-9874  ACREAGE  S ACRES ? $11,600  Built-in pension. Build on one corner  and subdivide Into lots, when time Is  ripe, Partially cleared and In the  VILLAOE. Chuck Dowman, 685-9374.  S.7S ACRIS ON OARDIN BAY  Near head of Oyster, Bay, Ideal  recreation property, Nicely wooded,  some pasture and streami Asking  $19,900. Call Ken Wells, 866-7223,   ��� NORTH OP LANQDAtB     _c_   .   ..   4.   U1MT  Hwy 101, ripe lor subdivision Infr^O-W^ minutes WEST  Kre parcels. $60,000, CeHlfita      HM ��nd dry. mostly  ���Mm>~'^y''''-0w,mm:'99i'9Vr4,  On  'Percheson"for more  5706 or 6B8-3271. '  It ACRES. PR An ROAD  Just outside Olbsons Village, fully  serviced except   sewer.  Weal  for  RARE 26 ACRES'  $62,000  OF SECHELT.  treed. Chuck  CH ASTIR ROAD  Large lot In fast growing area, nicely  treated, $12,900. Eva Carsky, 666-  ���-���^..����:sfJMsWW'**!W��^^  RITA PERCHESON  8S8-47Q*  LARRY REARDON  888-8924  i1 PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 1,1979  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Ports * Solos * Service  xf Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  r     and Drum Brakes  '* Valve and Seat Grinding  ���* All Makes Serviced "��� Datsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile. Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt 885-5181  E.E. [Mickey] COE  VILLAGE MOTORS LTD.  AMC-JEEP-RENAULT  2880 Arbutus St at 12th Ave.,  . Vancouver B.CV6J3Y7  [604] 736-3861  Res. 271-0486  BLASTING  - Ted's Blasting ft Contracting Ltd.  (ALl WORk FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Ssjptlc Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate anytime  883-2734      "Air Track Available"      883-2385  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  BUILDING SUPPLIES   1   i  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park Phone 883-2 585  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  PENINSULA TIMES  . Phone 885-3231  CONTRACTORS  HAROLD PEARSON LANDCLEARING  * Roads  * BASEMENTS  * Landscaping  885-9580  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Drdinrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  M.W. TRANSPORT  ft BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING - EXCAVATION - TRUCKING  Complete Site Preparation  Murray Warman Halfmoon Bay  885-5648   -HANDYJ!Super" MAN_   ��� Cabinet Maker ��� All Carpentry Work  ���Remodelling in & out. Painting.  23 Years Experience���Good References -  low Rates  Will Do Anthlng ��� Conscientiously Done  ��� Job Well Done  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  , . 886-9031  Dump Truck ��� Backhoe - Cat   ,,  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  R.W. [Bob] Rogers  Coast Insulation Company  886-9297  INSULATION - INSTALLATION  Fiberglass Batts Blown In Insulation _.  ��� RESIDENTIAL (New ft Existing Houses) &  Commercial  J.F.W. CONTRACTING  ��� RENOVATIONS      . * ADDITIONS  * NEW HOMES  ��� CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS * DRYWALL  * SUNDECKS  "ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED"  886-8071  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS (cont'd)  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  ��� Residential & Commercial Wiring  ��� Pole Line Installations  ��� Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062  Rick Sim  FLOORING  CABINETS  .ROBHAGAR  Electrical Contracting  RESIDENTIAL ��� COMMERCIAL  Eves: 886-9261 Days: 886-2756  GLASSWORKS  Call ALBERT Anytime  885-2698 or 886-2161  ELECTRICIANS  CB. CONTRACTORS  Complete Building Insulating  Interior & Exterior Painting  Roofing, Shakes & Apshalt Shingles  FREE ESTIMATES  885-9272  ANTHOR GLASS CO. LTD.  885-2153 Sechelt  WINDOWS * STORM WINDOWS * STORM  DOORS  MIRRORS * SLIDING MIRROR WARDROBE  DOORS  _ MIRRORED BATHROOMCABINETS * CUSTOM -  WINDOWS  SLIDING PATIO DOORS * ft INSTALLATION  Duane Thorsteinson .  FLOORING fl CABINETS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS   _ Kitchen-Cabinets������  CARPETS��� CABINETS��� FLOORING  SHOWROOM AT SEAVIEW PLACE  886-2417 922-2017  ROGERS CABINETS LTD.  A Custom Birch Kitchen  Av: $1900.00 -10 Days Delivery  Anywhere on Peninsula  Call 883-2676 Eves.  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Gilley Ave. Burnaby  PRINTING SERVICE  HEATING  Specialitsts in Remodelling           886-9411   Showroom in Twilight Theatre. Gibsons  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS * SECHELT  885-3424  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning.  885-2466. '"'  LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO     Free Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashl  Call after six 885-9890  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  REFRIGERATION '  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  SALES S SERVICE  -   To stores, offices, restaurants, ft marine  GOV'T CERTIFIEDTE'CHNICIAN  883-9461 883-2648  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools.  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road ���  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES ft SERVICE  Ail Brands Available  Monday to Saturday. 8:30 am to 5:30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  It Pays To Use 'The Times' Directory Advertising  LOOK HERE FOR WEEKLY BARGAINS  m  *' ./��� 7 ��� ��� .- 4*:����� ft >(������>.'���*���  ��� /���"��� ,-���; ������.������ir..^'.:.:.,,\.  :  to.-. 77, ..  .\:^:_%-.:  y  YOUR  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  m UNION-GIBSONS ��  "4e%m(me fffr MfVM (smtMmmtVw  ���Loans  * Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  SEE OUR SHOWROOM  HOURS: 10 am-4:30 pm  SATURDAYS  ���CARPETS "KITCHEN  CABINETS *JENN-AIR  ft many n^pre great  products at everyday prices  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd., Olbsons 886-2765  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  886-7621  Our Showroom Ii Open  FRIftSAT10am-5pm  A WHIRLPOOL BATHTUB  TO REPLACE YOUR t)&  PRISENT TUB Kj_  {Fantastic]  8��oylojJ^Jj^Jbjoji|  ���teSP  I'M comm eutkoma stnvtcs"  fn^^TOi  Come ft  See Us  886-8141  Sunshine Coast  Highway, Olbsons  SuMU  Cchtite  ft* SwUfdUKf  ^mmr^f *V   mm'W w     wwmmwwt  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT  886-8121  S&T - WR - Comm-Dev  VHF-SSB  A  \    MARINE  ELECTRONICS  \V   Across  CDE ft Browning CB  Auth. Decca Radar Centre  Sunshine Cst. Hwy.  Olbsons.  "MORE  THAN  JUST  fimaW  L  f��� WINDSOR ���i  |PH wm% \WWmm rafaPTM  886-  9221  ft  GIBSONS  TRAVEL  886-9255  Remember: "One  Call pool  It AIM"  No Extra  Cost to  You I  ..��  >0$  Sunnycrest Centre,  . Olbsons  Fishing for Bargains?  Look oil  this Page  Every Week!  MUPPET SHOP  CHILDREN'S WEAR  7      88S-S2S5  From Infants to 14 Years  BACK TO  SCHOOL  CLOTHING  ARRIVING  DAILY I  THE DOCK,  SECHEL  MADEIRA  VARIETY STORE  Madeira Park  .883*9116  SUMMER HOURS  8it0 am-)i30 pm  til farther notice  * Local Handicraft  * Custom-made Drapes  NEW SIARS  ,  N SS1-VSU  THE PEACH TREE  i,   For all your Cosmetic and  Fashion, Jewelry Needs,   Hand, Nail ft Footcare Available,  Make-up Application ft Facial Cleansing  For Appointment ,  885-3813       ��^rns  i;:jn;.J. Canadian propane  1CATAN| GAS ft OIL LTD.  ���Cylinder filled  * Complete line of Appliances.  * Barbecues  * Camping Equipment  * Qualified Serviceman  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Next1 to Bus Depot  885-2360  C&S HARDWARE  Check us out  for  BINOCULARS  ft TELESCOPES  885-9713  ���������MMeMaMeaeeHe  SftT*WR- Comm-Dev  ���VI   ~  \   MARINE  ELECTRONIC  XNow open In our  ylecetlen at Oorden  - ReyMerbte Services'  ���&8WIRi  CDE A Browning  BA BLACKTOP  "QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1956'  CURBS  ���DRAINAGE  FREE ESTIMATES  885-5151  East Porpoise Bay Rd���  Sechelt     atamw*         ___________   ^mm^mfm���m  Js^BK Ca��M��rws��W��t  *OcTOP ltd!  '������'���'                   l  ' ���  "SAW FILING"  ��� CARBIDE TIP  ��� HAND SAWS        ��� CIRCULAR SAWS  1297 Surf Circle. SECHELT  I  (BERNIE) 885-5485  ^Specializing In Ladies ft Mens|  Cuts ft Styling/  Coloring, ,"  Blow Drying.  ���I  ,Long, soft, wash & ^  -���J        wear perms.       <���s  Hair Care tor the enure family/  3ualTiy Rftdkon, Jhlrmack & Vldol Sasaoon Products  Secret beauty Sato*  Open Monday to Saturday  I8B5-2818 Cowrie St.  B&D 7H" SAY &, % ews  ?*" SALE   Oi#  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  "SnUfatt** <^sWm*W''  IN PENDER HARBOUR  MADEIRA MARINA  Yg}jji��i'�� "�����"*��� 883-2266  *0MC  *MtRCRU1SER  *VOLVO  * EVINRUDE  SIRVICB CENTER  awiiiy   NEW SUMMER  FASHIONS ARRIVING  DAILY  MADEIRA PARK I  wmmtmmmmmmmmmmm  LINK  ftm/^Omfm-~m     swjWk^Psj  aiiPP  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES  883-2585  ���featuring-   'IIAKWUICIM��� ���--"*  EXTERIOR STAIN  gal.  %1I  \ _-X''t*J______W^____^___^*^___yfl______t^^r^y:'^\1^'^  Section C  Wednesday, August 1,1979  Pages 1-6  Sneddon wins Canfor  tourney at Sunshine  Two more .successful tournaments  were held last weekend. The annual  Canfor Tournament, was won by W.  {Sneddon, Jnr, who shot a gross 78. Second  prize vent to Wilf Reiche with a score of  82. Low net winners were Luke Lappin and  C. Jones. ' .*'��� '  The annual R.C.M.P. Tournament was  held on Thursday with our stalwarts  chasing birdies and pars instead of  speeders and law breakers.  _ Seymour Golf & Country Club returned':  our, visit last week. A good day was enjoyed by all with Sunshine Coast winning  the event by a score of 20 to 10. The total  score of these two matches was 30 to 27. A ~ Golf & Country Club a prize of $1000 In  beautiful landscape painting by J. Budd merchandise to any player playing in the  and donated to the golf club for this special Se&#avalcade Tournament, August 4 and  event, now adorns our clubhouse wall. It 5, who can make a hole in one of the 5th  will be awarded to the winning club an- hole. It's been done before men, so here's  nually. -  luck.  It is remarkable how well the fairways  on the golf course are holding up witirtl  long stretch of dry weather and the busy  summer season.  Eric Bauer and his* crew are to be  congratulated for their fine efforts under  the directorship of Larry Farr, Emma  Drohman, and Isobel Barnes are still  producing their tasty, sandwiches,, muffins, pies and tarts,,, inspite of the hot  weather encountered this last while.. __  It has been reported that Bill Van  Westen of Sunshine Coast Chrysler of  Sechelt has offered the Sunshine Coast  OR     THAT  WISHING TOUCH  __ ___t    ***��� _. ��"*___���*_*��� *".#'* w# ^^ *��  -*%���_-_-. *       .    *   _\**lm^ t~     i_ .    ��   K* '���%   "  V_2 ����� S ���*?  .   v��t2m-  V~  SecLli 3S9Mti  L^kamh  amber of commerce  NEW CAR DRAW  ls^PRBE���NET ISW^HEVROtEPCOMPAeT  2nd PRIZE - TRIP TO RENO for two for 1 week  3rd PRIZE-CAR STEREO  THE BALL was faster than this, failed to reach first base. But Cedars  Cedars Inn player whose valiant defeated Weldwood 5-3 in the third  effort went unrewarded when he   game of finals last week.  Child's fish derby  Proceeds to bo used for Chamber of   =  Commerce New Home plus to promote  business, etc. in the Sechelt area.  **������������������������*������������������*  :dkaw on labour day:  Tickets  $5.00 each  Ticket! available at  your local iwerchanti  The Charles Brookman Memorial bombs must not be used due to the danger  Children's Pishing Derby will be held from to smaller children.  Davis Bay Wharf .Saturday, August 4,1979,        There are many prizes to be won in all  The fishing time is 12 noon to 3:30 p;m. categories including shiners, perch,  for children 12 years and under. The dogfish, crabs, cod, etc.  boundary limits for contestants is Wilson        Prizes and the trophy will be awarded  -Greetto-WestTSechelt; ��� be^^n-3^-md-i-y^_hyivtke^iim:  Children'must bring the��i own tackle       Remember that children not ac-  and bait will be supplied. This year buzz  Advertising^  *    lets good  little products  compete with  the biggies!  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORV HOARD '  t*'T.  VOLVO PENTA  ���-DBftER���  companied by an adult must wear a life  . jacket.  It would be appreciated if adults  --4$frain, from fishing at the_wharf-during-=|  this 12th annual children's derby.  Pender fishing  -    Preparations for  the  Annual Fish  : | Derby August 4 and 5 sponsored by the  ij Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St. Mary's  ^���Hospital are nearing completion. -.   Tickets are available from members  and from Marinas- and Resorts in the;  Pender Harbour area.   Watch for the display of prizes at: the  Centre Hardware in Madeira Park.  As in other years there are prizes of  $100, $50 and $25 for the three largest  salmon.  In addition are an assortment of prizes  for Hidden Weights plus $10 for the largest  cod.  For those ticket holders who don't fish  there are draw prizes. First a trip for two  to Reno. Second a Floater Jacket and third  a screen door (how nice to be able to foil   Uiose pesky mosquitoes).  Proceeds go to St. Mary's Hospital. Do  take a chance and help an invalid.  SALESSERvicf ��� Ladies golf  it Marine Repairs ir  * Store        ir Fuel  e Ways  > Boats Up to 32 ft.  ir Live Bait  ���$2.50  a Dozen  ��� Camping  * Paved Launching Ramp  * Chrysler Outboard  * Servicing to AU  Makes & Models  SMHes North of Sechett on Sechelt Inlat  .^v^^Mm^m^m  Ladies Golf  July 24 and 25  Eager Beaver tournament  Winner ��� Isobel Cowley, net 70  Runner up ��� Judy Forman, net 73  Special congratulations to Bessie Shaw.  Good to see you out playing again.  Tuesday July 24  Throw-out Competition  -' The winners with the three worst holes  omitted were: Barbara Lawrence with a  net 39. Tied for second place was Glenda  Salahub and Jay Townsend with a net 48.  Provincial Museum  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum,  located at the Municipal Museum  Building, corner of Winn and Gower Point  Roads, Gibsons, is currently hosting a  travelling exhibit, from the Provlnlcal  Museum in Victoria. It will be shown until  August 17.  The exhibit, entitled Frank Swnnnell,  British Columbia Land Surveyor, is by the  B.C. Provincial Museum, in cooperation  with the B.C. Provincial Archives, and  funded by tho National Museums, of  Canada (please, credit). It la made up of  photographs from the Frank C. Swanncll  Collotlon of tho Provincial Archives, and  shows the difficulty of travel in British  Columbia In tho decades following tho turn  of tho century. This Is illustrated through  tho life and work of a land surveyor, Frank  SwannolL        '  Wo are one of the first community  museums to display this exhibit, as it has  Just recently completed its premiere  showing in^ctorla.  The museum also haa other travelling  exhibits booked into 1980, and will announce ��� their openings. For more information please phono tho museum at  ���' Some Very good Pin Wheel Crystal  ltema avalUible now and more coming In  noon; lota to choose from, ~ Miss Bee's,  .-teehett   . ���   ���'-'  BODY  WORK  and  PAINT  WORK  WAL-VEN  AUTO BODY  886-7133  Sunshine Coast Hwy., Gibsons  HONEST  CO-OP  VALUE  w*  TO  SHOP CO-OP  l^^fi^^^^^'ip.^^0$'p.iM^i^ to tff Sunshtrto Coost o ihw  y ./������  :tfWtf s��|M. tnstaiad^f, aisfs common proctk* in th* r<t����?i) food  . ��� r,��-t3^���5^aS^^)i|wJblf|^iM��iSHBslj^priaftjlaf "IiX^tIsMhSsW'* SpaKlQls Odds WW*. ����� ����  ??i*jf r^>��'*'*;M^'V t*'.' y*y. "-y^*'���y_�� <    , ���* ;  EAT ITEMS WILL BE REDUCED BY 15%  ,    ,������ ��� ,. ���*��� ***>���$& ffW*mp&*m��.yifm moon ovoiy moat Hawn In ��*>r moot <  \> :^m^^M:^^^^^m^_*^ Furthor, wo will not bo Infloting fho  rK ^5^if^%f^B^^^fes ^*Iwt7wili>ik> jEKff��ri��9,����>9r��ii9H* 15% off our .varydoy  _i:y V^J|^%t3Ki^Dif��G. VV��6f�� Wp SAY "l>bN'T JUST S^OP  ':'"y ^lEt^^MSPtP?'&&* 9 A oifferinci .  \y7^i^i^^^^\!^^.f^il''tmAi i����kfc up thfs discount -will not apply qn  / ''-sides.ttt-iilnit ot fa����f or pbrfc.' -  ���'  ���twe'r-  ClHip   COFFEE Reg. Grind  Co-op  ICEIUllU^rti^  Kraft  BARBECUE SAUCE  $059  16 oz.  Holmt  WHITE VINEGAR Z^.:,.....................99  Co-op  KERNEL CORN 12 ox.  KRAFT DINNER  Macaroni ft Chooso  7-I/40X............  INSTANTUOFFErfoT^  WIENERS & BEANS^  R.C., Asst'd Slxos  15ox. .......... .���.������.'..   2/.89  Harmonlo, _t/_ AA  $ Croam Corn  <3/ XB|IU  PEAS  GREEN PEAS  RED KIDNEY BEANS'B2" 2/1.00  TOMATO JUICE r���r .99  CHEERIOS 42fi8 1.19  1.19  3/1.00  TAMPAX R��g. 40s 1.99  ^s��>>>aSMnaHaMaaa��BBas��MsaBWsasMsssBsBsaasBBssa^ss��saasaaaMa��aaMaa��Maassi^^  PRODUCE  LETTUCE  h��ad -29  TOMATOES  Ib..e9  DRINK CRYSTALS ?pa#cnkch.~  DADI/   Q   DrAUC MarmonU  ruilll Ct DCiAlla 15 ox   ADDIAATC 'or cann|nu  ArKIUUId ii ib.box.  .ijm%_f_f  WE SELL BLOCK & PARTY ICE  PROVINCIAL LOTTERY TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE HERE!  DONT FORGET OUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE CONTEST.  Co-op will be CLOSED SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 &  MONDAY, AUGUST 6 duo to B.C. Holiday.  W�� Roiarvo th* Right to Limit Quantltlis  Lowor Olbioni, 806-2522  STORK HOURSi  wMwwdwyittTw-tttwsdwyTtrrr-rvvr,  L"/I��ISILji,.'.i,,!���i,(-i,��.'4,,i,��.��.'��-.��. *.���� �����>��.��.' ��������� <  ' Saturday >>��� ,,,   Sundays ,,.,..   Prkoi a��ff��ctlv* August 2*4 1       t,  ! Page 0�� The Peiiwjite Times  Wednesday, August 1,1979  The ministry of forests has produced as Branch, 1450 Government J^eet, Victoria;  white ^per dealing irithri^Mesif^^ }  procures relating to woodlot Jicencea.;) headquarters' m ;Van^uver,-Kamloops, y  The objective of the program,, explains 7 $ejfeon,Will^^  Bugh Bancroft,^ the,ii^ ,/.'  . " , ?   '  bfahchis^topro*hpte^1l&rale forestry       beadMne"forlubnu^ionrretating to  in the proyta^e-^yTiaaldng^cwi forest  ^ewhitepaper is January 31 of nesryesr^  land available to small enterprises andthe;"    Replies arid comments on the paper are  SrS^^LP^0fSs^S��r   to * sent to the Director, Timber  mt^menfand &TS^S   E��S��rM^^  ahdforest production activities.'' ^OGove mment Street, Victoria, B.C.,,  .       ���        .      _.        '     __      ui.      >VoW sjtii.  The white paper has been produced to ,   ,  obtain views of all interested and con- J The Utile Book "Hiking Trails of the  cerned parties before policies and sunshine Coast" is proving itself very  procedures are finalized. ' - popular as a gift or just to have. Get your  Copies of the paper are available from    copy now, we have them on display. ���  the Ministry's Information Services   -Miss Bee's, Sechelt .   r  LET YOURSELF GO DOWNHILL  parniapaamn  mran0  ^^wNiaSD^rgBt  SALES ft SERVICE  ~p$  885-9816  Ask' about our  "Package" deals.  IN THE M OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9;30am - 5:3t*  Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  WENDY AND Sharon Hartford Qf  grandparents Mr.  and Mrs.  London, Ontario enjoy the Sunshine   Leighton pf Madeira Park.  Coast water. They are visiting theft*  Ron  The Garden Corner  A dependable source  By Guy Symoncls  , One of ihe more dependable sources of  knowledge on gardening which this gardener, and many others enjoys is the  weekly broadcasts of Bernard Moore "the  B.C. Gardener", on the CBC. .   ,  This last week he was talking about the  compost heap in which I share his interest  and belief. While there is naturally enough  no new information to impart it did serve  -40J*mind^i^hat-rwitb4he^^  land preparation, and in fact pretty well  all the details of the gardening operation  including a detailed planting guide. There  is also a description of the construction of  the hotbed and the cold frame. Among the  recommendations is that in the month of  August in this province one can sow "deep  heart endiveH (completely new to this  gardener), radish, spinach, and leaf let-  coming off and the consequent "refuse'  available, now is the time to plan for the  next year's invaluable asset to the gardener's equipment.  No new knowledge maybe for some^but^  a very good point that a compost heap is  not a garbage dump. His recipe includes  the addition of sand and peTmoss alter-  nating with the layers of vegetable matter  from garden and Wtchen.As well as the  use of blood meal, bone meal and lime.  The sand gets about four ounces of bone  sown in the open.  One of life's little discouragements for  the gardener is that the learning process is  so slow. Why is it one never seems to do the  Jhings one ig^detennjnedjojo ��� (this  "one" speaks for himselfl>hTyTEa^hTeW~  the problem is too much to harvest and  "consume at one time. Each year^n^  thusiasm overcomes restraint and there ia  always too much as the season peaks.  Then comes the realization, come fall,  there is not going to be too much to har-  meal to the six inch layer, the vegetation   vest. This year the broccoli was delayed a  the same amount of blood meal while the   little but again the cauliflower, r are-.too^  v'peat moss getsthe addition ofeight ounces   early and "she who must be obeyed":'  ���df^arden-Hmerfle^avours^he-two-bta-^ the <  system, only he makes them, simply   abundant greenstuff into the kitchen.  enough of four foot chicken wire lines with  black plastic to attract the suns rays which  help greatly in the process of decomposition. They are organized to be completed in fall arid spring so that there is  continuous supply of this invaluable  material.  This gardener is looking forward to Mr.  Moore's book which one hears is due on the  book shelves about October, and it is hoped  that he will not mind this Column jumping  the gun a bit so as to get the reminder to  ,100 slaps  This gardener spent a coupleol: days  last week interviewing a dozen or so of the  brightest brains in agriculture at the  Research Station at Agassiz. This was for  the agricultural industry but while there  some of the literature put out by Canada  Agriculture was picked up. Amongst this  was the new issue of "Home Vegetable  Growing" publication no. 1059 and  available on request at no charge. It deals  in simple terms with soils, tools, seeds,  Carelessness played a part too. The  container of seedlings said "Brussel  Sprouts" and in the press of the season it  was not noticed until too late that they  were broccoli. The mistake however is  leading to an experiment. Some brussel  sprout seed will be sown ��� there is some  room now that the peas and broad beans  are out of the way, and if the weather stays  mild enough late enough maybe Christmas  will see some kind of a crop.  One new Item can be reported, that  being the sowing of a packet of snap peas.  Germination was not good but migh^not,  "in facfpretty certalnlywas not,lhef ault of  the seed. Growth was good ��� the vines  have to be staked as they grow to six feet,  but the crop was decidedly light. However  they cooked well and certainly were good  eating. With no directions arid bearing in  mind pea pods can have weevils each pod  was opened before cooking. They are a  novelty but in the writers opinion not to be  chosen to replace the standard varieties.  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News  ���^Cont'd. ���,  National '"  Geographic  Studio See  Dick. Cavett  News  Dad's Army  Brady Bunch  My 3 Sons  Hogan's Heroes  Bob Newhart  8 Is Enough  Cont'd*  T.B.A.  Sanford *& Son  Meeting  of Minds  Opera  Theater  Spartacade  Confdi  Cont'd.  T3.A.  Newlywed Game  Dating Game  Joker's .WUd  Tic Tao Dough  $20,000 Pyramid  FamUy Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Crosswits,  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Flash Gordon  10:00 Week in Ball  10:30 T3.AV  11:00 News  11:30 Confd.  VegaS  Confd.  News  ' Police Woman  of Love  Cont'd".  News  Tonight  Confd.,  Week in Ball  News  Confd. _ j   Performance  Confd.  News  Late Movie  VegaS  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Advocates  Confd.  News  Dating. Game  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Medical .Center  Conf-*  Dr. in House  Late Movie _ _'  Pt. 2-  Cont'd. .  Sports Page  Cont'd.  Thursday, August 2  CHANNBL 4   CHANNBL 8 .  T5ioo Sum. Unlimited,   AIL My.Children  18:30 Search for Tom., Cont'd.,  -v,  1:00 On the      -F ;   ,- 1 .Life To Live  " U30 Evidence     .' ���>*" Confd._. ':'  CHANNBL 5  CHANNEL ��    CHANNEL^    CHANNELS  CHANNEL 9  Days of  Our Lives  The' Doctors  Another World  News  Ida Clarkson  Marcus ^yVelhy-  Conf d.  News  As the  '     ���*-  -World-Turns���  Guiding Light-  Newa i  Alan Hamel  -Confd.-   ' Another  Daytime-  Programs  Discontinued  for Summer  CHANNEL 11  News  Adam-12  Movie;--- -  WUd &  CHANNEL 12  3:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  TSST  ���4^.  5:00  ' J:30  Edge'of Night  30 From  Afternoon  DeUght  This is lZvT  -Kids-Only���  Part. Famll  All in' Fa;  illy  mlly  ' General  'Hospital  Merv Griffin.  Cont'd;   -'  - Conf &.       ��� -  News s  Cont'd.;]*:   Confd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Monastery  Murden  Confd.'   -  Make Me Laugh  News'  Mr. Dressup  Take .30  Afternoon  ,  Delight  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Sanfordi tfc.Soa  Price-Is Right  Confd.__>  News' ��� ' ;   Mike .Douglas  -Cont'd.--J-p ���  News ' '���; '  Cont'd.  World  \Confd.  Movie:  Warklll  Wonderful  Cont'd. ,  Popeye  Fllntstones  Dohahue  Confd.  Match-Game  Dick yen, Dyke  CHANNEL 13  All My  ChUdren   ~  Vancouver- r~  ��� Confd. .  HUlbUUeat  MiA.S*Eu     ,  Raxunatau  Gong Show  "CbhfdT  ^ConfdLt  $6,000,000 Man  Confd.  Sesame' Stn  - cont'd^--  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Tunbfkma-  Island���Brady Bunch-  I Love Lucy       I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke   Andy Griffith  Cont'd.  Confd.  FamUy at War  Con't.  HJtenr  lljlgan's  T��Sr  -Vtm  >rIsF,nMelOtllmE  4:00  4:30  7:00  7:30  News-'  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore.  Bonkers  Cont'd..  Cont'd.  Horseman  Riding By  Confd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Match Game  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Where Lilies  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game,  Football:-           News  Cont'd.  Angie  Off The WaU  Studio See  Dick- Cavett  News  Stepping Out  Bewitched  My 8 Sons  Andy Griffith  Bob Newhart  8:00.  ,8:30  9;0O  9:30  -l6:00  10:30  11:00  11:39  Mork &" Mindy  King Kens.  Edward VII  Confd.  Mork & Mindy  Laverne/ Shirley  Barney MUler  Carter Country....  Project UFO'  Confd.  Quincy  Cont'd.  Bloomr���  Cont'd.  HawaU, 54)  ContU  -Minnesota at  ���SeatUe    ���  ���  Confd.  Confd.  The-Waltons  Confd.  Live It Up  Soap  _���^��   -.National   'Geographic  Creatures Great  &-Small  Happy Days  Barney Miller  National News  Night Final  20/20   -  ContU  ���News  St. & Hutch.  Man '  Undercover  News    ���  Tonight Show  B.C. Summer  Game*.  News    ���  Confd.  Confd.  FamUy Feud  News  Late Movie  B.C. Games  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  10 Who Dared  Cont'd.  Cinema B.C.  Melodies  -Donna-Fargo  Marty Robr  Dolly  Pop Country  Fishing Report  Dating Game  Joker's WUd  Tic Tao Dough  Jewttched  Newa- ;-  Cont'd.  820,000 Pyramid  FamUy Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd.  - Crosswits -  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd-,.  Cont'd.-   ���  Lav.; ft.Shirley  Nana '  Mouskourl  New*  Dating Game  Chlco * Man  Gong Show  -Medical Center  Cont'd.   ,-  Lucky FeUer  Late Movie   Man ���  Undercover *  Sports Page  Cont'd.    .-  Wednesday, August 1,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  Norl IN OOLOIK*  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  ^^ STEREO & APPLIANCE'  IN THE fy OF SECHELT  885-9816   in   int     -t\_______W    I IF  ^M:HLT>I I   Cowrie St.  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  Mmm  m  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  Friday/ August 3  CHANNEL 2  CHANNBL 4  SHANNBL5  CHANNBL 4  11:00 sum. Unlimited All My Days of News  13:30 Search for Tom. ChUdren Our Lives Ida Clarkson  1:00 On the 1 Life The Doctors   - Marcus Welby  1:30 Evidence to Live ,            Another World ContU   .2:00 Edge of Night  2:30 30 From  3:00 Afternoon  J:30 DeUght   General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Winner  Mr. Dressup  Take 30  Afternoon  DeUght  CHANNEL 7  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  CHANNBL���  CHANNEL ��  News  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Another  Daytime  Programs  Discontinued  for Summer  CHANNEL 11  T3ewT7!   Adam 12  '  Movie:".  Paranoiac ���_ _  CHANNBL 12  Donahue  Confd. ,.~  "  Love of Life  AU In FamUy  CHANNBL 13  ChUdren  Vancouver  Confd.  to leave The Peninsula  for Memorial Funeral Services  y: jJM3^ilstrgJiggJ^jyJber��the Peninsu1a*frlendrore always"  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  World  Confd.  Movie:  Thief Who  Confd.  Cont'd.  Popeye  Fllntstones  HUlbilUes  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Gong Show  Oonfd.  Sounds Good  Family st Wsr  Confd.  4:00 This Is Law $8,000,000  4:30 Mr. Dressup Man  5:00 Part. FamUy News  5:30 AU m FamUy Confd.  Take AU  Confd.  Make Me Laugh  News  Sanfordi 8. Son  Price is Bight  Cont'd.  News.   Mike Douglas  Cont'd.  News  Ctihfd.  Came To  Dinner  ��6,000,000  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Munsters  GUUgan's^Islsnd  I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke  Funorama  Brady Bunch  Andy GriffH  L  Merrle Melodies  Bewitched  News  Confd.  4:00     News  _4j3Q-^ContU__=_  7:00  7:30  ^fary T. Moore  Inventors  Cont'd.  _Confd.__   "P.M;  Northwest  Cont'd.  _COnfd.  nSeWUeT  Muppet Show"     Confd.  Cont'd.  Oonfd._  -Charlies  Cont'd.  Confd.  Mary T. Moore   Angels   Newlywed'Game  Joker's WUd  News  Cont'd.  "OperTTetUcoar  Circus  Studio See  _Dlck_Cavett_  News  Gardening  Bewitched  8:00 AU In FamUy  8:30 Challenge  9:00 John Cameron  ���:30 Language  Oper.  Petticoat  Welcome Kotter  Movie:  Night Cries  Dlff. Strokes  HeUo Larry  Rockfonl  FUes  Cont'd.  '  King Kensv  ChaUenge  John Cameron  Watch Language  ChaUenge To  Be Free  Confd.  Ebony, Ivory  Diffrent Strokes  Hello Larry  Sword of  Justice  Wn. Review  WaU Street  Theatre  Confd.  acadie '79  onfd.  Confd.  Conf A  Newlywed Game  Dating Game _  3bke?s WUd  Tic Tac Dough  ,000 Pyramid  ItenU,  tho  eiuL  DlscoQjon  (24 hr. Show)  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confdi  Confdi  Confdi  Confd.  . 10:00    Across Canada  10:30     Cdit. Authors  ���11:00���Natlonal���News-  11:30     Night Final  Confd. Eddte-Capxa���  Confd. Mysteries  -News ��� NewB^=   P.G.A.  Champ.     Tonight Show   B.C. Games  Stan Kann  ���News" -  Conf tl   '  te Jade  Cont'd.  News���   ~  Late Movie  B.C. Games.  Stan Kann  News --���  Cont'd.  -Austln-Clty���-  Confd.  JNMH   Dating Game  Chlco ^c-Man  Gong Show  Medical  Center  -Dr.-In- House  Late Movie.  Confd.  Confdi  Confdi-  Confdi  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  DAN ErEVLIN, Director  wm  jit  7if|fr  886-9551  SSSSSriSSSSSSSSSSS��  Saturday, August 4  CHANNEL 2  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  orts  eekend  Confd.  Confd. ,  -3:00"  3:30  . Cont'd, ,���_  Cont'd, * '^  Mr. Chips u *  Reach or Top  CHANNEL 4  Am. Bandstand  Action  Bonkers       Untamed. World  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 0  CHANNELf  BasebaU:  Teams T.B.A.  Cont'd,.  Cont'd.. r>  .  Sportsweekend  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Space Academy  Fat Albert  Ark H  Film Festival  Feel Like  Dancin'  Joyce Kelly  JfaGowan ���  FaU of Eagles  Confd.  Movie:  Nicholas  CHANNEL 11  Movie:  Curse of  Blgfoot  Confd..  CHANNBL 12  Spacer1 Academy  f%t Albert  Perspective  Outlook, '  CHANNBL 13  Dlscothon  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie: ta   Kisses *WsK:  President.. J7  Confd.  Confe'4.  Cont'd'.  Golden Years  Travel  v'*^snlshlng  -Cont'd.  Sports  Land  YoUnTeU Us  _   -wrestling ���  Confd.  WPrttr* 9  ttckleby  onfd.  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Western Front  Cont'd.  ���:00  0:30  ��:00  4:30  Creatures  Great & SmaU  Movie:  J, A. Martin,  Battlestar  Galactlca  Love Boat  Confd.  Hydro Hi'Uguts.  Torch Lighf  Parade  Cont'd.  Chips  Confdi  Movie:  Baku Fire  Bad News Bears  Just Friends  Movie:  Thieves  Vancouver vs.  Los  Angeles  Oonfd.  Joyce KeUy  2 Ronnies  Dad's Army  Ray Charles  Confd.  SeatUe st  San Diego  Confd.  Spartacade  Treasure  Galleon  Confd.  Movie:,  Confdi  Cont'd.  Love Boat  Confd. _  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Photographer  T.B.A.  National News  Night Final  Fantasy  Island  News  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Sat. Night  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Like Us  Cont'd.  Movie: Miss  Jane Pittman  B.J. & The  Bear  News  Confd. ;  Confd.  Cont'd.  Sign Off  Cont'd. __  Oonfd,  Confdi  News  Cont'd.  War at Peace  Cont'd.  Confd.    ,  .  Cont'd.  2nd City T.V.  Sounds Good  Sports Page  Confd!  Sunday; August 5  12:30  1:00  1:30  CHANNBL 2  1:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Meeting  Place  Co.  Canada   -  Hymn Sing  470<r  4:30  5:00  5iJ0  Access  T.B.A.  Music To See  Sky Begins   ���  CHANNBL 4  Long Drlv. ch,  P.G.A,       ���  Championship  Confix 7  CHANNBL 5  Seafair Race  Confd.  Cont'd.    .  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd;  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  ConPST  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  CHANNBL 4  Terry Winters  Show, BUS  Country Can.  Hymn Sing  CHANNBL 7  CHANNBL 8  Tennis  Confd.  Auto Race  Cont'd.   7  McGowan  Jim Swaggart  Terry Winters  Movie:  Movie:  Anne of  LOOO Days  Cont'd;  Confd.  Confd,  Emergency  One  What's Up  Tiger Llly7  Movie:   Most  Dangerous  CHANNBL 9  Prevln i  Pittsburgh  Wn. Review  Wall Street  CHANNBL 11  Voyage To  Bottom of Sea  *sr*  19  CHANNBL 13  Jerry Falwell .  Cont'd.  Faith 20  P.T.L. Club  CHANNBL 13  106 HuntUy st:  Cont'd.  Cont'd,^  Laurel A  7  Hardy  Another Voice.  Ray Charles  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Images of  Csnada  News  We   Remember  4T0O  4:30  7:00  7:30  |;00  ���130  ���:00  f:30  World of  Disney  Beachcombers  Happy Days  Ids,' A Answers  Directions  Great Teama  Exploration  Cont'd  Football Prev.  Meet the Press  News    of Canada)  tudont Forum  ^eiw.__7   -ft  IOiOO  10)30  moo  ll:M  Barney Miller  3's Company  GUt to Last  Cont'd.  ���T."������������'���������'  T.B.A.  Viewpoint  News  Closeup  Confd.  Salvage 1  Cont'd.  Movie:  Freebto &  Cont'd.  Castaways  WorTd of  Disney  News  T**vel  National  Geographic  In Search Of  David HorowlU  ���79  erry * Zls  Ian Alive  National News  Niyht Finsl  The Bean  Cont'd,  News  Lute Movie  Movie:  Return To  GUUgan's  Island.  i-TBn-  LttiT  News  Around Here  40 Minutes  Cont'd.  Match  Suestlon Period  ntamett World  Capital Com.  Cont'd. _  Star of India  Prime Time  Soccer  Cont'd.,   Cont'd.  Movie:  Night Gallery  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  OuUdok  Tom Snyder  Cont'd,  Newa ..  Late Movie  B.C. Games  ConfdT  3erry. A Zls  Man Alive  Saws  Confd.   All In Family  1 Day at a Time  Alice  Jef f ersons   News  Travel '70  Hardy Boys  Confd.   Cont'd.  Fall of Eagle  Cont'd.  Life Around Us  contu  Confd.  Bionic  Womao  Battlestar  Galactlca  B.C. Games  Cont'd.  Evening  at Pops  Theatre  Cont'd.  StarTrek  Confd.  The  Virginian  Per*  In Tune  Movie;  Bomb* A  Seafair '7��  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  W5  Cont'd.  News  Confd  10 Who Dared  Confd.  Sign Off  Sign Off  __*��W.  Speakout  Probe '  Contaci  700 Club  Cont'd.  Confd.  Jungle Girt  Have Gun  00 Minutes  Cont'd.  Donahue's  Glittering  Prises   Confd.  Fawlty  Towers  Some Mothers  Late Movie  COBfd.  Bugs Bunny  Cont'd;  Wrestling  Cont'd.  gl��o^Wke,r��d  ConfiL  Qreat Debate  Cont'd.  So Story Goes  Sounds Good  Welcome Kotter  j Day at a Time  Movie!  But Not  For Me  Cont'd.  Monday, August 6  CHANNBL 2  im  Summer {|]n���  Search for Tom,  On the  Evidence  CHANNBL 4  -Array   Children  r Life to Live  ont'd.  kdge ot Night     general  8tVFrom H����Plt��J  Afternoon Merv Gi  Delight' Cont'd. _  orid  ght  VhU istaw  Griffin  fihi|^r  Pirt. family  AU In Family  News,  WiSv^" Mooro  Reach for Top  WhKe ���'   "  Coi  UfiOQJM  C��?n?d._  ives  _ doctors  Another Wo  Movie:  Palm Springs  "���uili"'1 's" ' a, ��� N.  Weekend  Confd.  . .  Make Me Laugh  News           CHANNEL 4  "Mews    ids Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  SUV-  Afternoon    '  DelTght  Sknford A Son  wtmm  CHANNBL 7  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  Coni'd.  M.A.S.H,  Dinah  Confd,  CHANNBL  News  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Another ..  CHANNBL *  Daytime  Discontinued  for Summer.._  CHANNEL 11  "Hews"'  12  Adam-12  Mo  Tha  WE  Mike Douglas  Cont'd,  News  Cont'd,  Movlei  Play Misty  For Me  Cont'd.  WfiWfiQ  Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  **&  Shadow  Cont'd.  P.��l8. ���Northwest  Please Stand By  Baseballj.  Ifi��8V  Tlo Tao  Dough  M.A  w.k.;  "1  T.B7  ��(��0     W.K.R.P,  National Nev  'earns T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  m  Little Homso  St tnt Prairie  ovle;  urder In  'Chopper  Squad  "tluf  House  i Prairie  rence  Mary k, Moore  t Newlywed Qame  Jokers Wild  Night  News  il'lce Story  Confi  To**  Place  "WHtT  .Shadow  M.A.S.H.  W.k.H.P.  Confd.  What's My Line  Head. Hunters  lovie;  Morgan,  Pirate  Cont'd.  yiintstones  Munsters  GllUgan'a Island  I Love Luoy  pick Van Pi  PewiteKed  CHANNBL  Donahue  Confd.  CHANNBL 13  AHMvMlArin  Cont'd.  Vanoouver .  Cont'd,  ���"IL1"   *V'ST -  Date Pad  Aug. 4 ��� Swap MaMt-&jCraft Fair. Madeira Park Community Hall, 10 am-4  pm. For Info call 883-9258~or883-93X5^  August 4 ��� Public Opening of Art Centra, Sechelt. 11 am-4 pm. Paintings  by David 'Burggraf A ceramics by Muriel Parfitt. Refreshments served.  Everyone welcome.  , August 3, A & 5 ���Gibsons Sea.-Cavalcade:' See~schedule~ of events^  elsevvherejn this paper _:_._\'_     ' h_~     1  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATIONS EVENTS.  IT'S FREE. CAU 885-3231.  mmmmm<  Illililil  Hear Y��I Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  REGIONAL BOARD  2nd ft 4th Thursday Each Month  All Mooting! at 7:30 pm In Board Room  lame  Qong"Show  Syfco  Fun  h  iy S  night Show  Lou Grant  Confd.  Movla  News  Late  Salvage  Cont'd.  Movie:  Possession  of Virginia  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Previews  ���TOT"  Cont'd  Poldmi  oyer  aoade  nOrama  dy Bunoh  Love Luoy  indy Qrlfflth  at War  Cont'd.  Merry Melodies  vftol  ewitehed  -'ntV  rat"  Cont'd,   $M Wr.mld  FamUy Feud  Msriln  [ews  ififwAMMi  JhSSLu  rosswl  Jerv.(  sdlosl  Ust  SSSi.  led   ��  Pegs  Tuesday; Aygiisf 7  CHANNEL 3  Summer Un,  Search for Tom.  Wild country  Confd.  CHANNEL 4  CHANNBLI  CHANNBL 4  CHANNBL 7  CHANNBL���  CHANNEL*   CHANNBL 11   CHANNBL 11   CHANNBL 13  SCHOOL BOARD  SUMMER SCHEDULE  (Decision ponding on Mooting In August)  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  lat ft 3rd  Tuesday  Each Month  Regular Council Mooting,  Municipal Hall, Gibsons,  7:00 p.m.  All Mv flblldren  Cont'd.  One Ufe  to Live  lews  ' Clarkson  sua  TT,  ternoon'  &*$  Oonfd.  ponfd.  ovle:  ew,  LOSt  In  News  ionf5"  dale Me  Laugh  /era A Son  ceisRlgnt  'A.  55nfl.  KljA.S.ll.  rjessmelan  Olnah  Hews  Alan Hamel  Cont'd,  Another  aau.  "Worlo/  Cont'd,  Movie:  London  Dlicontlnued  for Bummer  SrairiT^  ��  west  *Dt&foveyh��y  Taut  poufh  sonfd.  kweepa takes  ���ttspr ���  Msry T. Moore  ^onsplraoy  Cont'd  IS0"000  flTi^il  Tm  Jonfd,  nee upon,  lok Cavett  fta-iraSTiB&^I^^KaHta-i  fionM'  Quihoy  qont'd.  I Ronnies  ���JoWei  jartsn  ffifCTtr y,  ren  /anoo|iver  Family at Wsr  fipflifl  mmmmmmimmmamwmmfimiiwmt  FJaliisjiJ '^       '"  ews  nnaM  SVIKS  w*  '��i?^l*f��y^lW1MW[*rtWft^i���  V1LUGE OF SECHELT  1 st ft 3rd Wednesday of Each Month - Rog. Council  Mooting  2 nd ft 4th Tuesday of Each Month ��� Planning Committee  ��&��� -  -^���" *-��.^r *r'r*  aaFaWSSS mmfm^   %WS  Cowrie St 885-9330  Sechelt -\--;-  r  Page Q4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 1,1979  04HC  6:00 PM   Sea Cavalcade TENNIS TOURNAMENT, Elphinstone School  and Brothers Park Courts. Eric Cardinal, 886-7749.  7:00 PM  OPENING CEREMONIES, Gibsons Wharf.  ��� Arrival of Miss Sea Cavalcade  ��� Official Welcoming of Dignitaries  ��� Miss Sea Cavalcade's Message to the People  l_~_ First, Judging   of  the  FLOAT-A-FLOAT  Contest,   for  in  formation contact Hyack Marine.  SCHEDULE OF EVENTS���FRIDAY, AUGUST 3  7:00 PM LIONS' BEER GARDENS, Curling Rink, Fee $1.50. Music by  Rainbow Riders. Closes at Midnight.  9:00 PM KINSMEN'SEA CAVALCADE TEEN DANCE. Admission Free,  18 years and under, Gibsons Wharf. Music by Howe Sound  Disco.  Gibsons' Legion #109, Barrelhouse Blues.  -10:00 PM Gibsons' Fifty Golden Yea/s FIREWOfftCS.  !  BEARD JUDGING-CONTEST���The-Largest^Worst, Best and  Salt ft Pepper.  SCHEDULE, SATURDAY; AUGUST 4  8:30 AM Sea Cavalcade TENNIS TOURNAMENT Elphinstone School &  Brothers Park Courts. Eric Cardinal, 886-7749.  9:00 AM ART EXHIBITION, Gibsons' Pioneer Museum, Vancouver Art  Gallery display, Provincial Museum Travelling Show and  Local Artists. Ian Stewart, 886-8232.  PANCAKE BREAKFAST, Gibsons'Wharf, Navy League.  9:15 AM   10-SPEED BIKE RACE, Cam MacCallum,  886-7749.  From  Beach Buoy, Davis Bay to Sunnycrest Mall.  10:00 AM Kinsmen Sea Cavalcade PARADE. Theme: Gibsons' Fifty  Golden Years. Assembly time 8:00-9:00 am. Parade starts  at Sunnycrest Mall, ends at Dougal Park.  10:00 AM RUGBY TOURNAMENT, Langdale Elementary and Elphinstone School Fields. Teams are  Gibsons Red Llorisf      Scribes  Nanaimo Abbotsford Tsawassen  Games will be all day Saturday and Sunday morning.  11:00 AM Judging of the following events at Dougal Park PET SHOW  Dogs, Cats, Rabbits & Misc.  POSTER CONTEST ���. Theme; Gibsons Fifty Golden Years.  Categories ages 5 & under, 6-8 yrs, 9-11 yrs, 12-14.  BIKE   AND   COSTUME   PARADE.    Best   Comedy,    Best  Decorated, Most Original. Sponsor ������ Radio Club.  11:00 AM CRAFT FAIR. Fran Bourassa, 885-5466.  Firemen's WAR OF,HOSES, Dougal Park Tennis Courts.  4:30 PM   OPENING CEREMONIES ��� Dougal Park  ��� Arrival of Miss Sea Cavalcade Contestants.  ��� Award Presentations to winners of  a ��� Pet Show -  X>--TL, ��� Poster Contest   ,  ������ Bike & Costume Parade and more.  KIDS GAMES OF CHANCE, Dunk Tank, Bash for Cash, Foot  Races and Candy Hunt for the Kiddles. Bingo and Games of  Chance for Adults.  1:00 PM    LIONS' BEER GARDENS*   Curling  Rink,  Admission  Free.  Closes at 6:00 PM.  7    v      ARM WRESTLING ��� 2:00 PM. Peter Paul Klausen, 885-2642.  1:15 PM   CROSSBOW DEMONSTRATION. Robin Allen.  2:00 PM OPEN AIR CONCERT. Jazz, Disco, Folk Dancing, Comedy Skit  and Instrumental. Elaine Middleton, 886-7879.  7:00 PM LIONS' BEER GARDENS, Curling Rink. Admission $1.50.  Entertainment Rainbow! Riders.. Closes at Midnight.  8:00PM QUEEN'S BALL, Elphinstone Gym. Admission $4.00. 19  years and over. Music by Freedom. Tickets available at  Richard's Men's Wear and TJ Sound.  9i00 PM   Gibsons Legion #109, Barrelhouse Blues.  BBSS  SCHEDULE, SUNDAY, AUGUST 5  9:00 AM    Gibsons Wildlife Club FISHING DERBY, 12 years and under.  ���   Gibsons Wharf.  *  9i45 AM   RUGBY, Consolation Round, Elphinstone School Fl��ld.  11:00 AM Gibsons Firemen's LONG DISTANCE SWIM. Preregistration  with Gerry Dixon, 886-9804, Keats Island to Armours  Beach.  Gibsons Firemen's WATER SPORTS, 14 years and under,  Armours Beach.  FLY PAST, Elphinstone Aero Club  WATER SKIING DEMONSTRATION  YACHT CLUB RACE, Keith Baker, 886-7534.  FOOD & REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE  DAY.  PULP PACKING COMPETITION. Fee $5.00. Liquid Prizes.  Pre-register.  ttOO ��K   *HN'S i WOMfN'S WATflt SPORTS,ALL tVfNTS MUST tt  PRfrRSOI$T��RiO AT THi BiACH.  1:00 PM   SKY DIVERS, UBC Sky Diving Club.  Mens and Women's BOOMSTICK FOOT RACE, Fee $3.00.  CashAiquld Prizes.  Men's & Women's LOG BURLING, Fee $3.00. CashAiquld  Prizes.  Men's & Women's GREASED POLE. Fee $2.00. Cash Prizes  Men's & Women's JOUSTING, Fee $1.00. Cash Prizes.  WOMEN'S CHALLENGE WATER EVENTS  BOOM BOAT COMPETITION. Fee $3.00. Liquid Prizes.  CHALLENGE TUG OF WAR. Pre-reglstratlon at CEDARS INN.  Fee $1.00 per head. Liquid Prizes.  LIGHT WEIGHT ^ 9 women minimum  HEAVY WEIGHT ��� 10 men  4.30 PM    Draw for SEA CAVALCADE RAFFLE  Final Judging of FLOAT-A-FLOAT CONTEST  Awc^prwiWTaltOtt M  4 Cjhirt m&m      . f.> ,. ,<. ...,���,.>,-,���..���. >,      --,       .,,      .   vi-��w���> w !��-*��,��� ., ....-������ ->������ <i.*w *-���--��� >u-, -.-> �� -* ���       - - -i- - -          > -*<s-  WONT CLOSE  Wednesday, August 1,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageOS   *VV-  No referendum on Sechelt ice arena  The Sunshine Coast Regional District  |-^onMrbe~hpldufgJa"referendum onex-  panding the tax base area for the function  of Sechelt arena operations! ,  - In a close vote/^th SCRD chainnan  Ed Nicholson casting the deciding vote, it  was decided to defeat the resolution which  .would be designated area B, and C and the  Village of Sechelt "in a cost sharing  arrangement for the Arena.  Although the wording of the referendum said a. $50,000 grant from the  provincial government to cover past  deficits was conditional on the assumption  of operational control by the council of the  village,in cooperation with the regional  district to establish a specified area, one  Sechelt alderman doesn't think they will  lose the grant.  Sechelt finance chairman Alderman  Frode Jorgensen said the grant was not in  jeopardy even if they don't hold, a  referendum. However, future grants could  be in trouble. -. - ,,  "I'm certain that we will get the  $50,000, but-future grants could be a  problem. We will have to take a long hard  look at it, I don't know what we will  decide," Jorgensen said.  . - Nicholson thinks" there, is a real  possibility that the arena could close down  and that the regional board will have to  look at entire regional referendum..  "The reason I voted against the motion  was there was no evidence to indicate  residents in Area B and C are the principal  users.  "Personally I believe it is a valuable  community asset, but I wasn't prepared Association said they were against the  to vote in the affirmative on an issue that referendum. Nicholson said he, as the  was so devlded," he said. director from, area B, hadn't gotten one  Alerter from the Area "C" Ratepayers' positive call about the referendum.  YOUR DB CATERPILLAR   ENGINE  Cttarptllar. Cart are) 0 we Trademark* erf CitarpaW Tr��etor Co  DEALER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  Pender Harbour Diesel Ltd.  883-2616 or 883-9921  Hiway 101.  P.nd.r Harbour.  No logging near Chatterbox  IT WAS a happy day for Ctarice Marlene Williams, Eva Kilian, Eva  Clarkson of Pratt Rd., Gibsons when Webb, Donna Gaulin, Genevieve  many of her friends joined her to help   Gaulin, Mary E. Greaves, Maxine L.  celebrate her 94tlrbirthday4asMveek.���GFaves^nd-Mavi5-���hristmas7-~-   At the party were Florence Hale,  Investigation is over  , MacMillan Bloedel has assured the  Sunshine Coast Regional District board  they will not be logging near Chatterbox  Falls.    ;       ,  t In a letter to SGRD, F.H. Moonen, a  MacMillan Bloedel vice president, told the  regionatboard its plans-called for logging  only 600* acres and not 9,000 as was  reported.  "I wanted to reassure you that oat  current logging plan in Princess Louisa  does not include, nor indeed comes within  several miles of the Chatterbox Falls, nor  will it be visible from the park or the lodge  site/' Moonen saidr   He went on to point out the area which  would be visible from the vicinity of  Hamilton Island will be between 30 and 40  acres.  MacMillan Bloedel won't even be using.  about 1990," Moonan said. ,  Meanwhile, the Young Life Society at,  Malibu and in North Vancouver along with  the Princess Louisa Society have expressed relief that the logging plans are  limited.  ���Moonen also promised an accelerated  reforestation program to green over the  cuts.  Minister of Lands, Parks and Housing  James Chabot reiterated Mac-Bloes  position in another letter to the regional  board.   "ItJs my_vi_ew_that, givenjLsensitive _  and appropriate reforestation program,  the attractiveness of the inlet will hot  suffer unduly," he said.  INGROUND �� INSTALLED ��� ABOVE GROUND  ��� CHEMICALS ���MAINTENANCE ���SERVICE  Saunas - Whirlpools ��� Spa's - Hot Tubs  We install all our products  . UNSHINE ,  Richard.     886or741'   North Road,  Sasaratt     886-8023      Gibsons  Free Estimates      No Obligation  The preliminary investigation of  Sechelt council is over and the report is in  the_ hands of ^Municipal -Affairs deputy  minister Bill Long, Dave Conway told the  Times last week.  (SfvTQG  ^  L3  Conway and Mrs. Beth Tabor talked  with council'and.. Sechelt Ratepayers'-  chairman chuck Dowman and treasurer  Ron Slack July 20.  The investigation was ordered by  Municipal Affairs minister Bill Vander  Zalm on the basis of a 27-page letter from  the ratepayers' group alleging  irregularities in council's handling of  zoning, subdivision and development  proposals.  Ratepayers' directors met with Sechelt  council last week to "open lines of com-  ^       munication," Dowman said.      _  ,.M  r.-.v - --- itjj ^as a two-way conversation, there  was no real discussion on anybody's actions," he said.  "They've hired a planner and put  zoning on the back burner. That was the  mission, so mission accomplished."  Street people are feet  people.  TTheyVe neat people.,..  who meet people.  Why not join up? Take a  walk. 7    -.V?  pmiapatuanWt,  Walk a block/Today.  fASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor  5-year warranty on tho dryer drum  10-year guarantee on washer,transmission  Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  TheEjwly^ Bira catdh  Inflation, pil priceB and energy short-  tsges...Isn't there something you can  do now to lessen tho burden of the  future? \Voll, there Is something you  ^can dopow and that\'e,buying your own  Fisher woodstovo now for the winter.  Now, before inflation causoa price In  creases. Now, before energy prices go  up again, As Authorized B'lshor Stove  Dealers, well help you select tho Fish-  or model that's juhL right for your  home. Make plans now to declare your  independence from tho high coat of energy-with your own Fisher Stovo.  T*y^,y;|w.��yws>^fwiw,y^  JUL.  J&C Electronics  &5-25S8  f*aww��WiWWte  Radio Shack  Authorliod Solos Contro  Cowrio St. tocholt  Princess LouSalnlet to take the logs 6ut.  "Despite adverse grades, we will take  the logs out over the existing road to the  log dump on Queens Reach, not into the  inlet.  "No further logging is planned until  Island Trust  reviews spill  The Islands Trust, meeting in Victoria  last week, again reviewed the threat to the  Trust Area posed by the possibility of oil  spills. The meeting resolved that the.  Chairman,  John  Rich,   write   to  the,;  Honourable William N.  Vander Zalm,  Minister of Municipal Affairs, who irresponsible for the Islands Trust. Vander--,  Zalm is requested to encourage Governments to take further preventative actions  to reduce the risk of oil spills.  Oil spills could result from fractures in  shore based installations, accidents to  local coastal tankers, or from collisions or  other mishaps to large ocean-going  tankers serving refineries. This last and  most serious danger is highlighted by the  proposed new oil port in Puget Sound or  near Port Angeles.  7 A,, major, 7 oil, spill _would _ have ........  devastating repercussions on the life of  islanders, the local economy, the widely  used recreational facilities and the natural ���  environment. In a group of relatively  small Islands, much of the land and ac-  tivity. is closely related to the ocean ahd  It's beaches.  For all tankers and other vessels, the  Trust wishes to encourage Government  and private interests to continue with the  improvement of standards of safety,  design and operation. The ideal solution, 7  however, to the big tanker threat is a,,,  switch to land based pipelines such as the  Alaska ��� Edmonton proposal and the  connection to Cherry Point. As a much less  desirable alternative, at least tanker  traffic could be eliminated in Puget Sound  if there was a pipeline from Port Angeles  to Cherry Point.  Chairman John Rich's letter, copies of  which have been sent to other Ministers  and M.L.A.'s, concluded with the plea that  the short time still available should be  used by Governments to press for these  safer alternatives which would improve  the chances of avoiding what he describes  as "a catastrophic oil spill".  West Coast Trail  .The famous. West Qoasl Trail, on.  Vancouver Island has been described as 45  miles of the most spectacular hiking on the  continent. This summer, the Canadian  Hostelling Association is organizing a  number of 8 day expeditions along this  historic trail, Travelling by van to Port  Renfrew, we will hike at a leisurely nace,  taking time to explore the lush rain forest,  endless stretches of sandy beach, and the  sites of early homesteads and Indian  villages.  The cost of the trip is $130.00 which  Includes food, van and ferry trant  spoliation, guiding instruction and most  camping equipment Because all the  regularly scheduled trips have been fully  booked, an extra trip ls being planned  .....from August 16-23. ..*...  -., ., ..,..,:  For more Information, contact the  Canadian Hostelling Association, 8428  West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C., V6R7  2B4 Phone 1 7363118 or 786-2674. In Vic-  Street. Phone: 383-2114.  Use'Times'Adbriefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  (fady*ittcA  ���������������?  OJt CfOWl  __.L_-      *��-17*-.i<.Mj.   s.  l,i.\t-'~  & Sea,  We are dismantling our Body Shop and relocating, so our  Used Car Lot will be larger. In the meantime, we have 60  Used Vehicles of all kinds. Come in and make your offer!  BARGOON DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN!!  "SEA CAVALCADE  SPECIAL?'  FACTORY NEW *98900  350 cu. in. ENGINES  ���7 in tho croto  Our new  SERVICE SHOP & PARTS  DEPT. is going very well.  Thank you very much.  To give you even better  service, next week, we are  adding another mechanic  for the afternoon shift.  ���A/so Coming  COMPLETE RADIATOR SHOP]  Cleaning & Rebuilding -  Full Service  BACK YOUR LOCAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.  SECHELT CHAMBER IS NOW RAFFLING A NEW CHEVETTE.  BE SURE TO GET YOUR TICKET.  Our fight against Johnny  Salt & our little friend,  "THE CORRODENT",  continues. Both TIDY CAR  & THE ANTIRUST have  been accepted well by  residents of the Sunshine  Coast. Due to its  popularity, it can only  be done  by app't. ^%^-tyJfr  ��� <jWJSW ii*.*!;* i**^' -  w  >iKt BWS*��Mft��*V����)��|P]W��!*MI��*st~��..:(M��i.���� !iM>^j Jj^ftrSt^SiK  .���.*^.*..*...>'^f.1iV^Wlal-|F,'.    mmfm.SmW ���*-���>*���'������!'-  Buy Canadian  MOl ��7t2  Wharf & Dolphin St,  Sechelt  \ JuM...  Ju|y 22..  July 23..  i July 247.  ���j*"-  Lo.   'His��)Pjrec  .134^20.5v,nfl\  :..Ud ,22.o^7 tor  14.0   22.0, nU  13.0,' 23.0u nil.  ���  mmm  Pender Harbour har>penirigs7  <l  ./'.'  W  ^y'bp^Edv^qfdspn 883^2308  -mm  m  Page 08 ; _      Tfte?erita3flla Times:  Mini,"     I,     'i     itil I "     '���      "!���"   SMEW YORKER  LE BARON  NEWPORT  r,%^ .,     -   ~ /  Wednesday, August 1,1979  W.V\   -^V;  >^.v  *July25..,....,7...,,...������15.0    23.0    ���,      , .       ,       *. ���  juW26 14.5   23.0   nU       Disco to Gary Kobinson, thebest to the,; Royal Hudson to ^uamish ^and wiU be  Juiy27, 14.0-21,0, nil   ^est, 6n Saturday nigrt, August 4 at the   residing in Coquitlam. >  -  -Week's rainfall ���. nil. July to date,��� -JBoyal Canadian Legion Br. 112. No ad    �����*����������  5.28 cm. 1979 to date ~ 53.90 .cm.  July 21-27; 197ft -7O.74 oti. July 1-27,  1978-1.65 cm. J��?tt. 1-July 27,1978 - 68.35  cm. ,  mm*  PiUh-ln  K��p \  .*M/ti Co��vmbk>  BtoiHIM  DAZE THANK YOU  "The  Roberts Creek   Daxaj  Committee  wns.lH   Ilk*   fo  thank   th.   foUewIm  support.r* for Helping to makt our  weekend such a success. Our individual  supporters are too. numerous to mention  IraTlhaniV^irto^^ryoneHrwolvedT-lf-  we have overlooked anyone please be  assured that your contribution was  recognized and appreciated.  HOSPITAL  mission charged. Gary has been at the :': BUI Scoular is in St., Pauls Hospital,  Legion before and he was very popular* Laura Smail is home and coming along  .There will-also be another Disco on nitely after her accident. Jack Char-  Saturday August 25. bonneau is home noV and recuperating  VISITORS TO THE HARBOUR from breaking his hip.  ��� Isabel Hepburn, Madeira Park has had   CONDOLENCES ..    ,  friends visitingiier from near and far.       CondolencesJto the Elsie Klein family in  Alan Dean from Fort St John and Jules   ^ receht passing, of daughter Olive  Leroux and his two sons Eddie and Louie   Moore,  from Van, Tom and Margo Drury, Francis  Peninsula, had "visitors Derald Turner,  Toronto Ontario, and his friend Nich  MacDonald.  LIONS - LEGION PICNIC  This is a correction of the first write up,  sorry I blew it.1 The picnic will be held at  the Pender Harbourlions Park on August  19 and the gates will be open at 10 am. This  ral-pubHe  the Sunshine Coastrvisitors etc. Ticket  &  SERVICES 885-5500  * Gibsons Fire Department  * Roberts Creek, Fire Department  * Sunshine Coast Disposal Services  * Roberts Creek Summer Fuii  * Old Dutch'Potato Chips  * Casa Marttnw Restaurant  * Richard Blrkln  * Sunshine Coast Credit Unlaw  4>ee-Alr_  h . sales are at ��� Madeira Park Pharmacy,  16rs^arden3ay^toi��Jtadiaej_LaiU7  ding Marina, Egmont Post Office and the  Madeira' Park Legion. Adults $1 and  children50 cents, pop, icecream andhot  ^0gs~(2^f^each)~aieHsncluded-inrtiJe���-.  childrens tickets. The box lunches-have  "beencancelled. There will be free balloons  and suckers for the toddlers, Buy your  tickets early and enjoy the fun of fcug-o-  wars, horseshoes, races, etc. If anyone is  short of transportation for the picnic  please phone 883-9632.  * SuperValu  * Quality Farm Supply  * Pt. Mellon Industries Credit Union  * NDP Bookstore  -* Cactus Flower   -*JowkeV������l��:*-$*artoM,V   * Kits Cameras  * Olbsons Western Drug Mart  * Don's Shoes  * Fab Shop  * Christine Belcher 7  * Todd's Drygoods  * Driftwood Crafts  ~* Toys for Alleges   * Peninsula Hotel  * Fltigeralds  * Suncoast, Power 4 Marine  *Rodlo Shock   * Jack McSweeney  ,* B.C Telephone  * Department of Highways  * Yoshl's Restaurant  * The Heron  ' * Coca-Cola '  * Canada Dry  * Canadian Propane Gas I Oil  * Jack Clement ^  * Parthenon Theatre RaHtaurant  * Wlndflower Books S Stationery  * Pentanlge plants .  * Roberts Creek Legion  * Hudson's Bay Wholesale  * Salmon Donators  * The Peninsula Times  * The Coast News  * The Shopper Press  * Sunshine Coast Golf t Country Club  * The Beachcombers ��� CBC  ���Navy League Band  * Masonic Hall  * Gibsons Building Supplies  * Troll Bay Sports  * Western Sechelt Drugs  ���* Campbell's Variety  *Macleods Hardware  ���Trail Bajr Hardware      7  * Roberts Creek Lions Club  ���Sunshine Motors OM  * Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary  * Roberts Creek llernentary School  ���Roberts Creek Ladles  Cheerleadlng  Squad  FORMER HARBOURITE MARRIED  Carrie Audrey Hewitt and Douglas  t Keith Stephen were married in Coquitlam,  B.C. on July 21 in the Good Shepherd  utheranGhurch.-Matron of Honor was  "Nancy^owittrbridesmaidrTerry-Hbeii  and Diane Atkinson. Best man Mark  Merideth, ushers, Charlie Russell and  Ross Russell. Michael Howitt was ring  bearer. Doug and Millie Turner (former  residents of Madeira Park) are'the brides  grandparents. Doug Stejjten_jrcnt_Jto_���  school in Pender Harbour and his mother  Mrs. Evelyn Dimming lives in Sechelt.  About 150 people attended the reception in  the Old Orchard CentennialHallinloco,  The bride and groom took a trip on the  NSF cheques  B.C. Tel announced "Thursday it has  asked the Canadian Radio-television and  Telecommunications Commission to  approve a tarrif which will enable the  Company to charge $6 for each NSF  cheque it receives in payment of telephone  bills. ��� ' ^  The Company's submission to the  regulatory agency said more than 13,000  such cheques were bandied by B.C. Tel  last year.  The proposed charge is designed to help  recover the cost of processing cheques  returned to B.C; Tel for iion-sufficient  hinds and is expected to help discourage  customers from paying phone bills with  bad cheques. The estimated handling cost  : of eacji NSFjeheque is:f6,05.7 L 7:  The Company previously had advised  the CRTC of its intention to assess a  charge to customers for NSF cheques. The  CRTC rules that such a charge could only  be applied by B.C. Tel under ah approved  tariff and the federal court recently upheld  that ruling.  * * ***** �� * *,* * �� �� �� �� �� ������������ ����������*�� �� ��4MMM*��  *  *  *  *  4  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS For Times CaH 886-2827  w*  ^l ******* ******��** �� �� �� �� �� �� �� ��, �� �� ����.'��;���� ��'��  BIG DOUBLE TRAVOLTA FEATURE  JOHN TRAVOLTA  OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN  ��nwj��Wiiwiie  MMiiLmmmimm'  it  ITAJTINO TIMI 7,10 FM  43SJBS& Rovlsed, Version  WED., AUG. 1     THUW., AUO. 2  PW., AUG, *       tAT��� AUG. 4  * ^r �����% A ���*-A -A**Af^y��T*5*r*A*^r***A^^Ar-#r-Ar^*-��VAr*-��V-rV  RETURNS iY POPULAR DEMAND  BLAZING SADDLES  SUN.. AUO. fl  ...WPM,�� .,.AU_Q>, ,j|,  TUK., AUO. 7  . ,VYiP��a...AUO��.wS,.  mVBBIBP'  LATE NITI HORROR SHOW -SUNDAY AUO. 5,11 PM  GRAVE Of THE VAMFIRI     imhm Violent * IrlgM.nlng scenes  CATHY'S CURSE 0_W_W_m_% feme frightening. ocwH scene*  ComlnoNe  I*  *  S  *  *  *  +  *  *  *  *  *  *  THE APPLE DUMPtlHOOANORIDISAOAIN  ��� CflttHWl Soon  mSStOakir ,,             -; S U'.^Vfj '.I  " immmmmmmmmmmm''". ��� ��� * THasssss���sswsMasssssnsssassssMawsS'i-  LTa^l    a��m    <Sm   aSWi   a*n    aSM   a����    awm    fSm   iflPk _aS^i *^P. mff   mm   ^m   ^m   ^p    a^p   s>M   ^K    ^K   Mm   s^h    #SM   a^h   Mm   siWl   MSl   sVt   flfc   ^f.   ^fc     "^H   ^T   ^P ^m  mmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmdmmmmmmmmmmmimimlmmmmmmmmmmmm^^  *  886-2827 ;  for Starting  Time Conllrmmion  Please f hone  ��� GAS & DIESEL PUMPS  & TOW TRUCK SERVICE  * RESTAURANT OPEN  TUESDAYS-SUNDAYS ���-\  Lunch:. 11:30-l:30 p.m.  Dinner: 4:30*10 p.m.'  '    Smorgasbord: Frl, Sot, Sun  ~11iaraARR$ONS  8 miles north of Sechelt-Hwy 101  COhDOBA  CARAV  -j-rtfc."*'i* y  Don't Buy A Small Car Until You  Test Drive the Fabulous Omni/Horizon  M5-5111 ���Roomier       ��� Faster  ���Uses Regular Fuel  IISUncnHBT CHn^SLER LTO.  Noxt to St. Mary's Hospital  DL2180  Ask about   theoew5/BO  fatecthnPbnqpfan.  SAPPORO  ASPEIM  OMNI  CHALLENGER  fy  s_- 'V', .  sxmmmmmmmmi-iiz '  WMSy&':y'1^  iW?_m* y"- .7 y  Purex  BATHROOM TISSUE  "*$\ h Ayyjk  'ih<s"y7(/J '3_t  �� 1   ^'"^C-A��m  y^hfM>,  DODGE TRUCKS  _w__&flE*��L_.mm v- - '* <'. >, _>, - " -< -. j a  P*y��,.�� s l ,-',h'"  ?..*>'<���', 'cAwl^^^^'i4*f^y^*\J.Wetm , >, ���?> .^"hr^'j,  _*^-i-< .%._^...^^..<:H^>4.Ml'.'....'._. t. .LKr..     ...��     ...   ,J    .<  t.      .'  C.I  Canada-White  Foremost _f!k_f_i_fs    Canada-White a^ mg*    Gold Seal ti*^ "TC  COnAGECHEESE KC VINEGAR        $| 59 SOCKEYE       *1 75  Donald Duck, frozen���  ORANGE JUICE  UHfLOZ.   Tree Top Concentrate  APPLE JUICE  frozen 12 oz.   89  89  DETERGENT  2.4 kg   Realemon ���=   LEMONADE MIX  22 oz   HrinT �� m i  TOMIsWllil^/ll^l  48 ol I ir  89  Chef Boyardee    i  MINI RAVIOLI  15 m... 7   65  Old Colony, Pure  MAPLE SYRUP  750 nl   Star Hist  S TUNA  6% oz....  ������������������������������,  $129  ��� ��� ������ ��� iHH  Red Rose   t  TEA BAGS  Paper 60s   $169  HflH  Gov't  Inspected  $169  lb.   A  ^iHA\y.  . Cj v+r^,l'jf,��  tHi-'*lv*>��*   ^"  ' a >y\  . <*'<        UI  v 'h *>  ^^"WKirhtMM^ML  Country Style  SPARE RIBS  Loin End  $169  lb.   A  MMIMIIMMMMIf   ���  Kraft Spirals  MACARONI  DINNER 2oog.....  Allen's  FRUIT DRINKS  48 fl. oz.  Jelk  INSTANT  PUDDINGS  Wylers, 26.4 oz. Can  DRINK  vRTSiALS  59  lIM'MlMlf  $169  Bake Shop Specials  RAISIN BREAD  APPLE TARTS  4 for  ECCLES CAKES  4 for  89  79  89  Libby's Unsweetened  GRAPEFRUIT  JUICE 48 oz.....  99  Kraft Process ^ ^ m^  CHEESE SLICES $179  16 oz. pkg. 1 oz. singles     JL  Buttermilk  SCONES  6 for  Ardmona in Pear Juice  APRICOTS  28 oz   !1  Sea Lord a^ ap  SHRIMP        $135  ���asAaaffs   "���'""���'*..���.. s . s ..... B . .      s^s^sSSl  rf*a*����*li��ijMP<*  . _ ' v .  f'r *.'��� '- l>.\V '���' .'" I  ���' "B  ���     ||5i      ���      i* I (  m^mmmmmmWmmmm_mWmmmm^mmm  '.It a _  iftintM^t^mnn^hml  ^j, ; '���"',[ ���  ����-����� *fA JIftrS Jf s.  >xm,.),...,m.  ;������'���*/���',;"., .���'. '������:, J ..(.., '>>:.,  \yi.   ������������'���: f7'|-  ti;'  ���J\)--.yy\!\hi'(i.\v, -\ .*.. ��� ,|  "77v: ny \W,0<r$hW0' X1  h>. " y,���.  ���tyhyyym  B.C.  PEACHES  Canada  No* 1...  45  "*������ +.^i^��>i��kirt  ''���"^ialcjii  Orsfss-l^l  'if.J'.'''1?jJ..7i��7,;.^i.4'^::.rt^3J7;,,.i..'sj,gK  ������.%kmMjnmmm  myym,m.  A'WW'    !       ><7  Mr  WmW  iMunio nii',';iir;s  iifis'?ii?:i, nnkoiv  nil!, ',111'). Moat Di��p't.  '""I. i iy. W0X'$^lv>tiy'4  Xy<  ' i .h;AhfttA'ti<t${, W ;��� jh i ���'���. r':* ,'i i '���" ���" '^ '^ '���  ,J*;fi:.'/.;.V.^1,V��.i''.,il;tS,-iJK.*&.V|/  Price;; oftnetivn  Any. 2, 3, 1  Closotl iVioiHliiy,  Aucj. 6 B.C. D.iy  l(-.*.    ���'   711 '** v  ilDf,   .���".i:��r,,'..V'��V  7i��f077��:"i7v  ���mWXX  yMX^,v  mimmssMs.  Wl RISFRVI  1 Ml KIC-  i  / *i  <��  .. S.  I &*m  Page I    Snppltmeiti to ___t Peninsnla Times   Wednesday, August 1,1979  NEW Ultrasonic JeweBery Cleaning  yCof Brand New Shipment of  p*11   TURQUOISE JEWELLERY  ||EW  G0LI) CHAINS  RMIMHMNIMHIMM^^  MMMMM  a great selection of gifts for all occasions  e Quality handcrafted pottery  by top B.C. artists.  * QUALITY SOUVERNIRS  * POST CARDS & NOTE SKETCHES by Local Artist*  * STONE CARVINGS  * FURRY,   CUDDLY   ANIMALS   and   much   mora,  BOOKS��� BOOKS - BOOKS  IN STOCK NOW ...  "Hiking Traits of the Sunshine Coast"  i  For Summertime Reading ���  "BEST   SELLER" PAPERBACKS and a wide variety of  HARDBACKS  HUSQVARNA  comes to the coast  Tbe Husqvama 2000 SL is  built to last, tt is constructed of  special: Swedish steel and  superior duality components,  carefully crafted by skilled  workmen j to   tolerances   of  1,000th of fa millimeter.  I -  And thai Husqvama 2000 SL  is built for unlimited sewing. Its  technical refinements are not  mere showpieces. They are  there for o^e basic reason ��� to  make sewing simpler.  This design makes the  Husqvama {unique. Sewing is no  longer a job, but becomes a  pleasure, a ���recreation offering a  world of artistic fulfilment.  !  But behind this pleasure lies  Husqvama % advanced technical  skills. I  BACKED BY ON THE SPOT SERVICE, NOW AT  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons f/\p   OilUi  ��� Jam-proof book  ��� Automatic bobbin thread  ��� Easy bobbin wining  ��� Buttonholes in seconds  ��� Slow speed gear  ��� Easy threafing  ��� Snap-oft pressor feet  ��� Free arm sewing  ��� Permanent lubrication  886-2231  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  I  I  I  I  .J  . , . I . I t  Page*    S^pjemegt to Tlie Peninsula Times   Wednesday, Almost 1,1979  <5  ��� ���i  <��H  M  r^  suggest an exciting weekend  for the young at heart  If you're not a participant,  e a spectator and enjoy our  SEA CAVALCADE  for those between event times  NEW ���  $HlPiMENT  OF  JOYS  GAMES  now  ins  tocK  , 7   W^sssitSB  GAMES-TOYS-CRAFTS  TOYS  FOR ALL AGES  across from SuperValu, Sunnycrest Centre ..,. j,.  Wed aesday, August 1,1979    Supplement to The Peninsula Times     Page 5  -" ���- -r- -���'-^.ry~ :yy:'-~-~- t��� Jffi^<*  5s  ��� STVROFOAM COOLERS  -7   7 -i..:   '-. :'��� '"'������'��� :  Reg 7 $7^89  GLAD GARDEN BAGS  eRUBBERMMD WASTEBASKETS  Reg  $2.49  POLAROID SUNGLASSES  $4.49 SALE     ^���afc%l  STAY FREE MINI  m  48s  SALEv  SALE  ��� FOR SUMMER ALLfRGIES  ���yy^l^l^  12 hour capsules 12s7  ��� CHINET PLASTI-SIZED PLATES  7    20s 8 3/4^ Reg7:$l7407 SALE^Q77 7   mm  ��� SCOPE  375 nil  10s78 3^;R^j778i8c;7$  ;;20s^;^3^il^||l;i04  SALE  SALE1  MdUtHWASHfi  Sunnycrest Centre,  Oafsoiis  ��� SECRET ANTI PERSPIRANT  - [Reg.7br70nscehfed hhh 7"^^y/��jJBk!  7v797dz^size7'RegK$2^^  yyc^im2y0yyyy^  y^ou6^:X77my y^yy  '7'77:;'777i7'-: 7:v7.7:77r"'7'77 :h'..'-".'\T^-\m~^^.fKr'';  ��� EVEREAD Y ALK AUNE    111  SMM7mm99s  SALE  in  7-,-fSi  >my  :l_0iih.  J h  CO)  te... p  STEREOS  iffiff; COLOUR f VaS  CLOCK RADIOS  if  -K77;  ^  >ov  lUR HOME Can Look  When Decorating Wit  WALLPAPER & QUALITY  Illlttiliiii  tiom^h^  WWKttOTliK     eiFTIlWRE  SHETSf       !    l^fiWRD^  yyyy^yyy^  NOTK  HARE  STERE  HOUS  i  ���f<8m<i-:  to our customers���  ��JW  ;rest Centre Page S      Sajpfenegt to lie Peninsula Times    Wednesday, August 1,1S79  �� ���   �� a .     i �� ! > ��     i       i . I ���y^am -Vf  Page 8  to Tbe Peninsula Times    Wednesday, August *�� 7 /9  1-  ��� form��riy  CHARLES ENGLISH INSURANCE  AGENCIES  GENERAL  INSURANCE  ��� Residential  ��� Mobil* Hoims  ��� Commercial  Travel & fcWdica!  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��� Conveyancing  ��� Will*  ��� ARNE T. PETTERSEN  ��� EILEEN KINNE  ��� CHARLES ENGLISH  k  EXPERTS IN  INSURANCE  SUNCOAST AGENCIES LTD.  Sunnycrest centre R.R, 2, Gibsons 8863212  YOUR PEN. TIMES AD. DROP-OFF CENTRE  IN GIBSONS  ANYWHERE  UNDER THE SUN  WARDAIR  CHARTERS  HAWAII from '261.00  LONDON from s504.00  "CLUB  MEDITERRANEE"  ��� Exotic Holidays  Around The World  CP. AIR "SKYBUS  VANCOUVER-TORONTO, one way -94.50  A MINI HOLIDAY FOR A MINI PRICE  RENO  Sundowner Hotel  4 nights   $1cQ00  from A*#%7  Can. Inclusive  LAS VEGAS  Granada Inn  4 nights     j  from   189*  Can. Inclusive  AROUND THE WORLD  "PAN AM" from SEATTLE $1049���� U.S.  WE WILL . . .  ��� Book Your Flights  ��� Make Rail or Ship Arrangements  ��� Arrange Insurance  ��� Reserve Accommodation  TAKE CARE OF IT ALL  AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU  Gibsons Travel  "We write your tickets while you wait"  Closed July 2nd/79  SCNNYCREST CENTRE  886-9255  \ Times,   JPage?  THE EARLY BIRDS  FOR  $M Wehweegoeil  selection] of j  Christmas  aft supplies  in  stock  now.  FALL CRAFT CLASSES  SifObroURNING  ��� GLASS STAIIHING  ��� SILK FLOWER MAKING  ��� CHRISTMAS CRAFTS  ANDIIORr  Registration will begin  in the middle of August.  Ch^kour  stock of beads,  :xyywefjm0-   '  maiiyl  to choose fromf  more arr ving soon.  ���y  t* Page It  __asr  to Tbe Peainsnla Times ; Wednesday, August 1,1979  ����  . *  i t  i i  j i  i *  t ��  j i  i  ��  4  *���    -5  <     s  #     !  ]  in a crowd during The Sea Cavalcade  LAST CHANCE for STOREWIDE DISCOUNTS  To Celebrate SEA CAVALCADE  we're extending our Semi-Annual  CLEARANCE SALE  for one more week to AUGUST 4th  SHORTS, TOPS, DRESSES, BLOUSES, SKIRTS,  SLACKS, SWEATERS and MORE  BUY NOW and SAVE - BARGAINS  THROUGHOUT THE STORE  fadd**d'& FASHION CENTRES  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  TRAIL BAY CENTRE  GIBSONS  SECHELT  %mmwmmm  \ i  i i  makes waves during  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade.  j  st*  itt-CM*  sJSV  We're celebrating the Sea Cavalcade  at DIAMOND TV! And we're making  waves with these "fantastic" savings  on two of our 'zenith models ...  Model No. 82318P2  Regularly '989.95. NOW '8.29.95.  Model No. L2314E2  Regularly *989.95 NOW '8.29.95.  jYouTI find professional  {service and top-line  ^products at Diamond TV  (Sid remember  i I  We service all makes ami models  o>  ^m  '"&.  DIAMOND T.V,  ^  PHONE 886-7215  &y,  <&  iw_  v I  "^-������P'/l >,;7   .   ''  _'  V  -  .    .  . .���  ._.   " ~  'f  i  t  -  --  s^B^a^sl  7  C  z  ��� I^H  �������...*.��. ����--ui.-.-.-  ���..,��_  _������.  ----  .������-UH  f  '  V   a  >   .   ^."il  ���  _, J  1  ���  \  /,  ������

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