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Array Provlnaial Library,  Victoria, B. C.  Lofcal rider Deanna Hain was abruptly dethroned from her horse, Inshalla,  at last weekend's Brushwood Farm Horse Show in Gibsons. This popular  event, a benefit for the B.C. Paint Horse Association, drew a crowd of 300  spectators.  Don't despair Deanna, h happens to the best^jf riders. Just ask Princess  Aime.M-rephotosandstaryqnpageJ. --v^w ., v  .^j?  ���*.***���*.---. -v��**-|rff>ay*r' 4**4  ._*.<_. *���*-_*-��. *    *��>  Jr *?*$$***  ti>i_f*,l'ls��'4  Sechelt residents Hugh Baud and Bud Montgomery announced  last week that they intend to cany their protest over Sechelt council's  decision to proceed with the local sewer project, without benefit of a  referendum, to the Provincial courts in order to test the legality of  coundl's right to liiake the decision.  Baird and Montgomery, the organizers of last week's petition  asking the Sunshine Oja-rtRegkualDistrict to intervene in the dispute,  stated that they feft there was .7.(7-  ik>w no other alternative open to  those residents who wished to  protest council's actions. The  court case, which wffli probably ���:  be basedo��* a ptec^deot set in  Cranbrook, will attempt to prove  that since certain axuacil members stood to personally gain from  the decision, that in feet, a  conflict of intermit <fid exist  and that therefore ooiwcu should  have chosen to refer the matter to  a public referendum.  Sechelt Alderman Dennis  Shuttleworth, tiie sole member of  the council to oppose the majority *  decision, stated that this legal  action could in fact delay the  progress on the sewer system for  a considerable length of time.  Baird and Montgomery intend to  refer the matter to the solicitors  within the next few days. When  advised of the pos-ftrility of the  matter being referred to the  courts, Sewer Committee Chairman, Alderman Morgan Thompson admitted that this could  indeed be an expensive delay  but reiterated his stand that  council had made their decision  and had no plans to reconsider.  Other developments in the  sewer controversy this week  included the ,uncwwnonk��us  dumping of Sechelt sewer consultant and former Alderman  Norm Watson and the refusal  by Village Clerk Tom Wood,  backed by acting Mayor, Morgan r  Gibsons receives sewer assistance cheque  r*r  !**���  Thompson, to allow fellow  Alderman Dennis Shuttleworth,  access to confidential village  correspondence. The correspondence, which relates to a dispute  between Watson and a prominent Sechelt businessman last  March, was not released to  : Shuttleworth on the grounds that  Wood feft he intended to release  the contents of the letter to the  press. Shuttleworth assured  Wood that this was not his  intention but, as he refused to  state for what purpose the  documents were required and as  he had orignaHy requested five  copies, Wood and Thompson  look it upon themselves to refuse  Shuttleworth access to the files.  Alderman Shuttleworth later  refused to make the contents of  this letter known and inquiries  at the village office provided  a similar negative response.  Shuttleworth later stated that  he felt the basic question of his  rights as a local alderman were at  stake and admitted that it looked  as though council was afraid to  allow a public investigation of the  sewer proposal.  The matter was finally referred  to a special meeting which will  be called when Mayor Harold  Nelson returns from holidays.  Village sewer consultant Norm  Watson, who started the sewer  project before being voted out  in the last, election, was again  -���   ~      .     ''��� ��� ���   * a~ " ���  demoted Issi week by a Booth -  Shuttleworth motion removing  him from his advisory capacity.  Shuttleworth prefaced his motion  by asking acting Mayor Morgan  Thompson whether he. now felt  he was capable of handfing the  project without Watson's assistance and when Thompson  answered . in the affirmative,  Shuttleworth. moved for the  consultant's dismissal. Protest  organizers consider the removal  of Watson's influence to be a  major step forward in their  campaign for a public referendum.- Watson,, who. has often  been criticized for acting too  aggressively as a "sewer cbn-  ' sultant'-' will now be no longer  involved with the decisions at  an official level.  Village authorities are currently busy preparing ^ major  engineering report on the project. It was originally hoped that  as no referendum was necessary  it would be poosble to begin  construction within the next  few months. ���������'���       ���-���,..������-'-������������'���"  400 Clul>  Last week's  Lion  '400 Club  draw in the Gibsons branch of  the Bank of Montreal brought  forth another lucky winner.  H. Pearson of Sechelt was  the winner of the weekly $100  prize.-..,., ���. 7  The winning ticket was drawn  by Alex Swanson of Gibsons.  Tickets are available from all  members of the Lions, draws  are held every Friday in the  Gibsons Bank of Montreal in  Lower Gibsons.  nr  ���^SSrs  :���>*���*�����.��  ���iiaii*.",.  r'rii fi��:i  SCRD to assume inspections  Alderman Kurt Hoehne sat in  as acting mayor at last week's  regular Gibsons Council meeting.  Hoehhe along with aldermen Bill  Laing and Jim Metzler were the  only members of council available for this mid-summer meeting  *.***       ,7  W.Parkenson of the Small  Craft Harbours Branch of Enviroment Canada informed council  this week that their proposals  for the Gibsons. Marina and  Harbour plan are now under  study and will be further submitted to the. Habitat Protection  Unit for their consideration after '  the Small Craft Harbours Branch  have selected die most desirable  alternative. Parkinson noted that  the annual estimates for 1977-78  will begin in the fall and addend  that he could forsee no difficulties  in providing, an accurate report  on the cost and.,feasibility, of ;the  project by that tune.   7  Municipal. Affairs Minister  Hugh Curtis has presented the  Village of Gibsons with a cheque  for $26,582 which represents  the first installment of the 1976  payments under ihe Sewer  Facilities Assistance Act.  Alderman Bill Laing told last  week's .council   meeting   that  he hoped the road paving pro  gram would be completed very  shortly. Laing added that he felt  this year's program had proceeded very smoothly and according to schedule.  Zoning .Amendment By-law  number 293, for the purpose of  rezoning the property owned by  Walter Froese on'Highway" 101  was given final approval and  adoption at last Tuesday night's  mmeting.  Froese will now be able to  proceed with his commercial  development.  Acting   Mayor  Kurt  Hoehne  moved to send'a message of'  congratulations to the Sunshine  Coast Concerned Citizens Sea  Cavalcade Committee for a 'job  well done' under extremely  difficult circumstances. Hoehne  noted that the committee should  be highly commended for the  weekend's success.  Shiela Kitson -of the Pioneer  Museum organization has requested that the village aid the  group in paying for the installation of four security screens for  the rear windows'of the museum  building. Mrs. Kitson's letter  stated that the screens were  necessary to insure 'better'  security'. The village was asked  to pay all or part of die $145 cost.  Local youth clean iip the beach near the Seaside Inn at Several young tots were injured by the glass before the  Port Mellon after a recent party left the beach scattered kids pitched in to tidy up the mess. Local residents are  with seven cases of half-broken beer bottles plus numer- becoming concerned over the amount of vandalism  ous wine, juice and hard liquor containers. that has occured in thearea in recent weeks..  The    council]    referred    the  " matter to the finance committee.  A letter received last week from  7 C.E.Brooks of Transport Canada  7 asked the village to respond in  accordance with the lease agreement on the government wharf  / by filing a financial statement on  the operation and management  ofthe floats.  Transport    Canada    further.  .requested that 155 of this facility  also be forwarded as the federal  governments share ofthe income.  Council members agreed that  nothing further could be done  until such time as a financial  statement was prepared.  Council noted at last week's  meeting that the recent dry  weather has made co-operation  in conserving the water supply  ' neccessary. The council members  re-iterated their stand to prosecute for violations of the  sprinkling by-laws and stated that  these laws must apply to everyone.  Planner  reports  Adrian Stott, the SCRD's  Chief Community Planner, has  reported that 13 applications for  subdivision approval have been  received during the month of  July. The new developments,  if approved, will cover a total  land area of 35.1 hectares and will  add an additional 28 lots.  Stott also reported that during  the month of July, 5 subdivisions  covering 19.3 hectares had been  approved and added that the  total waiting time including  provincial approval is now  aproxunately 15 months.  One crown land lease and three  crown water leases have also  been approved. Applications  were also received for five  additional water lot leases./ The  waiting time on these approvals  is now averaging 22 and 36  months respectively.  Acting Mayor Morgan Thompson presided over a meeting of  Sechelt Village Council during  the absence of Mayor Harold  Nelson last Wednesday night.  ������*���*   '  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District informed the village  council that though they ate  willing to take over the function  of building inspections within..  the village boundaries they  would like modifications to the  local zoning by-laws to allow the  Sechelt regulations to coincide  with those of the regional district.  The Sechelt Alderman felt that  a zoning certificate should be.  issued prior to the building  permit. A committee meeting  with the SCRD is to be arranged  to further discuss this issue.  Local resident Charles Reachil  complained to Sechelt Council  last week that debris was scat  tered all over the Hydro right of  wat within the village.  Mr. Reachil! was assured that  the village was trying to get the  -mess cleaned up. Another  local resident, Bud Montgomery,  questioned acceptance of a lot  from Stan James of Union Steamships for the she of the sewer  treatment plant. Council listened  to Mr. Montgomery's view, but  offered no agreement.  Alderman Frank Leitner  reported that work at the airport  has been progressing and that  clearing done by Mr. Nygard  is now complete. Leitner also  noted that night flying courses  have now been completed and  that die electrical inspector  has approved the use of batteries  instead of Hydro power for tie  emergency runway light. The  new facilities at the airport '  are to be inspected by Transport  Canada in the near future.  Alderman Shuttleworth reported that Coast Paving is not  available for repairs to the  Porpoise Bay ramp and that.it  will' therefore be some time  before the project is completed.  Alderman Shuttleworth also  moved that Sunshine Coast  Produce who had originally  taken out a business license to  operate along Wharf Street  have the fee refunded as they  no longer intend to make use of  the permit.  Alderman Booth moved and  Alderman Shuttleworth seconded  a motion that wiD allow the  municipal governments to go  ahead with the installation of  12 street lights in the village of  Sechelt. A request for a stop  sign at the corner of Osprey and  Wharf was referred to the Public  Works Chairman.  ��� I  This is one truck which Just didn't  quite manage to make it up the steep  grade on Highway 101 in Gibsons  last week. The driver of the truck Is  pictured trying to replace the precarious load.  to  on the Sunshine M)J'lT)lP-WTl!ig~TTilfl"||i|li| ill-H ���HL|L|i"M|IJJ"inlJtimiUrH  "^r'tlli     t    HI  WlTr*'TittJM'W"^"'l~'���    ��      M     i       ti i~ n   iff���ir-mr     n     n    mrwin���^tmamnniiiiuipsnw im��i    2  Sunshine Coast News, August 10,1976  5t��T.  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2622  Published at Gibsons, B.C., every Tuesday  by Sunshine Coast News.  Publisher/Editor   Doug Sewell  Advertising Manager   Peter Reid  Subscription Rates:  Distributed Free to alladresses on the Sunshine Coast  British Columbia $6.00 per year; $4.00 for six months  Canada except B.C. $8.00 per year.  United States and Foreign $10.00 per year.  Phone 886-2622 or 886-7817  P.O. Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  Killer Whales by J. Dixon  Sunshine Watergate  It would appear that even the Sunshine  Coast must have it's Watergates.  Sechelt Council has refused to supply  Alderman Dennis Shuttleworth with a  copy of top secret "confidential" correspondence that was discussed by  council in an "in camera" session last  March. The document, correspondence  between the village sewer consultant and  a prominent Sechelt businessman, was  supplied to all members of council at that  time. Shuttleworth, who apparently  mislaid his copy, asked for five duplicates  last week and despite the fact that he  stated that it was not his intention to  make them public, was refused access to  the file.  It would appear that since Shuttle-  worth is now on the other side of the  sewer controversy that coundl's intention  is to prevent him from aquiring access to  the records- whkh could later prove  embarrassing to those concerned.  We feel that a village has no right to  keep "secret records" except in cases  where  the  wages or bask  rights  of  members of the municipal staff may be  at question.  Shuttleworth was elected to represent .  the people of the village. Without access  to official documents it would be impossible for an alderman to be effective in  his role. The longer council continues  to operate behind the bade of it's citizens  the less trust that is possible in it's  relations with the residents ofthe village.  If the members of the village council  weren't holding five aces, would they  be so afraid to show their hands?  Enzyme action  The battle lines are drawn and the war  is on. Sechelt Council has chosen to ram  through the local sewer, system, the  Sunshine Coast Regional District has refused to become involved and the residents are prepared to put their case  before the courts.  Should the residents' court case  prove successful, as did an almost  identical case in Cranbrook a few months  ago, Sechelt Council wiU finally be forced  to put the matter to a referendum as  originally promised. The" main result of  this action will be further delay in putting  the system in operation and a corresponding rise of at least ten percent, or  about $150,000, of the cost. Should the  action be unsucessful, the costs unfortunately are still sure to rise the same  amount.  At the same time, the 80% of the cost  which is now picked up by federal and  provincial grants will be at risk in a time  of cut-backs and rebudgeting which  makes even the most necessary grants  unstable. Should these grants disappear  or should the project go over budget due  to the delay, council wiU have only themselves to blame. If council now agreed to  delay the project one month in order to  accomodate a referendum, they would  stand to gain not only a more unified  village support, but possibly may be  able to stop the project from running into  a long delay while judicial proceedings  are in progress.  Council has one last chance to prove  that they are willing to trust the people  who elected them to office. They have  promised the taxpayers a referendum,  now it is time to deliver.  General Strike  2.5 million members Of the Canadian  Labor Congress have vowed last week to  hold a one day strike to show their opposition to the policies of the federal  Anti-inflation board.  During the same week, the federal  Statistics Canada proved that despite the  AIB's efforts wages are still escalating  at a higher rate than prices.  Given these two conflicting pieces of  information we feel that the CLC has a  responsibility to this country to accept the  rulings of the AH3, at least for the next  year or so, this is no time for the unions  to push for still a greater share of the  economic pie. The cycle must stop somewhere, and though we agree that the  -'���������������''������-���'���������'���'.������'.i.i.ii'.,.i'.��.l.'.'.'.l.l.'.'.'.'.'.i.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.,.;.;.;.,.'j.  unions should not have to be the first to  tow the line we also feel that is is time the  labor movement at least gave the federal  controls a chance.  Since the inception of the AH3, our  neighbours to the south have slowly  but surely begun to puO themselves out  of the worst of the recent economic  recession. For Canada to do the same  means co-operation from both industry  and the unions.  The next move is up to labor, let's  just hope that they avoid the temptation  to damage the Canadian economy and  further intensify the current bitterness  by means of an aU,encompassing shut  down of the nation's business.  ...from the files of Coast News  FIVE YEARS AGO  Evidence at the inquest on the  July 2 plane crash at Bal's Lane,  killing three persons, revealed the  wingspread of the eagle which struck  the plane was 88 inches.  Regional board Official complains  about the lack of communication  between the highways department  others involved in a new Sunshine  Coast highway.  10 YEARS AGO  Gibsons population shows an increase of 346 making the 1966 population of 1,437.  The centenia! project for Gibsons,  a swimming pool, is showing signs  of losing popularity.  Mrs. Isabel Dawson who lost the  1963 election by 400 votes, was  nominated for Social Credit in the  September 12 provincial election.  15YEARSAGO  The death is reported of pioneer  James  Drummond who took  over  1927,  the T.H.Anderson store   in  moving downcoastfrom Lund.  Grade A sirloin steaks were advertised as 79$ per pound.  20 YEARS AGO  Neil and Lily Black were the first  persons to drive over the new highway into Egmont.  Sechelt council obtains a lot at the  corner of Mermaid Street and Inlet  Ave as the location for a municipal  hall.  W.S.Potter and J.K.McAvoy have  been appointed principal and vice-  principal of Elphinstone School.  25 YEARS AGO  Rocky Road (now. School Road,  is closed by council because of  traffic hazards.  Harry Greenwood, 73, who helped  build St. Mary's Church, was buried  in Seaview cemetary.  Black Ball Ferries five return  trips per day fares were $1.80 return  plus $3.00 per trip per car.  MV Quillayute, seen here in Shoal Channel, was the first car ferry  put on the run across Howe Sound between Horseshoe Bay and  Gibsons, in 1951, by Blackball Ferries. Her name was of. Indian  origin from her years spent on Puget Sound, and she was a wooden  ship. During the formative years of this service, when the ramp was  attached to the public wharf at Gibsons, on more than one occasion  a man while driving on board would spot an attractive gal standing  on the dock. He would back off and engage in significant conversation. As the ship sailed away, he would exclaim, "Hey! My car's on  that boat!" Then, as a sort of afterthought, "My wife! She's in the  car., .and I've gotthe keys!"  A great ship, the Quillayute, especially when rounding Hood Point  at night in January, amidst a full Squamish gale. Photo H.H.Winn,  courtesy Elphinstone Pioneer Museum.  Lfi Peterson  Social Credit quick to cry Wolfe  Finance Minister Evan Wolfe  warned the province last Friday  that we are again headed for a  deficit financial position in 1976  unless the AIB'roHs back recent  wage increases granted to staff  employed   by   the   Department  of Education and Health or the  government again begins to cutback on spending promised for  the   second   and   third   fiscal  quarters ofthe year. The minister  refused   to   be   more   specific  about   precisley   where   these-  cut-backs may occur but stated  that the government would en-  devour   to   complete  the  year  with, a balanced budget as he  does, not think 'the public will  accept a deficit.  What these ominous words  mean for the people of B.C. is  not too hard to figure. The gov-  enment will again cut back on  service, raise the rates and dig  into our pockets in order to come  out looking like the good guys  next April. If the crisis was real  enough, this type of attitude on  .   the part of Victoria might be fair,  enough, howeverv when you read  , the rest of Wolf's figures you  suddenly begin to get the feeling  that it is not a balanced budget  they are after, it.is a surplus.,.,,'.  Beneath the scare of the  '$125 million deficit' we find that  Wolfe has horded a $17.1 million  surplus in the first three months .  of office. The financial report  also shows-that the provincial  economy has shown a real  growth rate of 3.5% during the  ���j same period.; ;A figure which is  ���'��� only.one percent short of Wolfe's  4.5% growth rate figured into  the budget last April. Wolfe now  claims that the government  had hoped for an increase, of  from 12 to 14% and lies the blame  for the deficit partially. on this  . factor. Wolfe does not point pur  that   he   originally   stated, the  ;4.5% figure. Wolfe also claims  that a $50.5 million surplus  was necessary in the first quarter  in order to counteract the traditionally higher spending in the  second and third quarters for  such goodies as highways and  forest management. Perhaps  there is therefore some hope that  if cutbacks are indeed the order  of the day, the victims will be  the residents of the interior who  will fail to get the new toads  that bought their Socred votes.  The. majority of the blame for  this deficit, according to Wolfe,  lies in the slow recovery at the  provincial and national economies  from the recent recession. The  minister's   figures   show   that  Jogging taxes were down 62%  from   last   year,   timber   sales  revenue was down a further 7%  and sales tax was up only 33% on  a 40% increase from 5 to 7%.  However,   the  minister is  not  so. quick to point out that gas  taxes  are   up   2.4%,   personal  income taxes are up 7.3% and  corporate taxes are up 3.3%. It  should also be noted that the  $17   million   is   also   minus   a  payment of $31 million on the  loan to the government from the  ICBC piggy bank.      -  Had this loan which was intended to dear' up pre-budget  deficits been paid back over a.  longer term, as is usually the case  when financing a deficit position,  'file government would now have  it's $50 odd million surplus  neccessary to avoid cutbacks.  Though Wolfe dearly stated that  this payment has been made,  commentators' have noted that  it is not disclosed m the financial  statement.   ,'." '",'  Wolfe is &iso quick to blame  the recent 7 wagfc. settlements  by the Department of Education  and Health for the over spending  of $40.7 million by these departments. Wolfe is hoping that the  AIB will roll bade these increases  but at the same time is refraining  from pointing out that the Departments of housing, agriculture,  enviroment, forests, highways  and public work's are aU still  well under their budgetary limit.  It appears that the government  is, if you will pardon the express  ion, crying wolf. As no one is  able to test their popularity at  the polls until after they come  out looking like knights in shining.  armour after next April, they are  determined to throw us the worst  and hope our well known short  memories' will be too busy  basking in the hundred million  surplus to consider giving them  the boot next time around.  It is a dangerous political game  on a regular four year cyde. I  amwilling to bet that four years  from now, ICBC will at least be  no higher, the ferry service will  be suddenly improved, taxes will  be down and the budget will  look like a General Motors  statement of affairs.  The government has no right  to make re-election the first  importance of the day. They were  hired'to give us the services  we need, should they not supply  these services it is up to us to  fire them in 1979-80. n  In B.C. the amount of Canadian  written and published books  used in the schools is sadly,  low. A most generous estimate  would yield a figure of from  8-10% Canadian content in classroom reading material.  There have been a number of  approaches used by other provinces which have resulted in a  more   substantial   showing   of  ' Canadian content in the schools  these include such allowances as  book  purchase, plans  and  adequate funding for the development of learning materials.  A  committee set up by the Canadian  Authors   Association   and   the  B.C. Teachers Federation 'From  a Canadian Viewpoint' was established over a year ago. This  committee of writers and teachers  ;��� invites unpublished manuscripts  for evaluation and those found  t commendable are recommended  to the department 'of Education  for approval and endorsement.lt  was hoped that publishers would  find this of interst and produce for  a ready market. However, in  practice B.C. schools are nt  buying Canadian books in a  quantity which would encourage  the production of books for this  market.  Why do individual schools,  school districts and educators  who are presently allowed almost  total freedom in the choice of  texts and other reading matter  consistently buy foreign books?  Obviously the most important  reason is that foreign produced  books usually cost less and a  school can consequently stretch  their budget for books farther and  get more for less.  In -addition, until Canadian  copyright laws are changed,  . foreign editions of (Viadian  books may be imported by foreign  distributors to compete with the  original Canadian editions  since they earn no royalties for  the Canadian author or publisher  and can effectively corner the  market. After all, how many of us  pay attention to where a books  was published?  /Good books are good books  whether they're published and  written from a Canadian viewpoint or not and I for one would  be appalled if Canadian schools  decided to throw out books  merely because they were written  by Americans, Chinese, Germans or whatever. However,  it is strange that with so much  available there is relatively so  little in trie classroom. Could this  explain even in part why so few  children and particularly teenagers have not even the faintest  idea how to sing O Canada or  God Save the Queen? Have they  merely forgotten the words or  were they even taught them in  the first place?  It is not unusual to see people  toting Canadian paperbacks up  mountains and into quiet places  to read due to the surge in pop-,  ularity   of   'newly   discovered'  ' Canadian   novels   and . poetry.  ' There are many older established  authors and poets as well as an  abundance of younger talented  writers. The genuine increase  in reading among the general  public should be -supported with  more money, time and attention  being paid to emerging Canadian  talent. If this Canadian talent is  not nourished and kept alive we  will have lost our nationhood and  our chance to know ourselves.  If our young people are going to  discover Who they are, where  they came from and where they  are going they must have an  opportunity to aquire some basic  knowledge and insights about  bur vast country with its broad  section of cultures, peoples and  problems. One must start from  somewhere in order to become  aware and be able to relate to  situations and places outside of  oneself.  .  In the classroom I feel it is  only appropriate that educators  . make every effort to bring under  the view of our future citizens..  as broad a sprectrum of our  heritage as possible.  Dammit it is their oountry  too and they deserve to learn a  little about it. No one in this day  and age live in a goldfish bowl.  Does our future lie in the hands  of big business dependant on  profits and the fortunes of capitol or can our children learn  something about the simplicity  and generosity of community  which built our country...must  this all remain in the memories  of the old-timers and die with  them or in books which the  schools have forsaken?  The one that got away  John Burnside  The berries ��� artd the bears  both seem to be having a hard  time this season. We really  haven't had much in the way of  berry-ripening weather and I am  told by more venturesome souls  that there is still a great deal of  snow as low as the 4,000 foot level  This combination has the bears  foraging lower and therefore  closer to human settlement and  bear stories are common this  summer..Ken Dalgleish shot one  recently that had broken into  one of the cabins at Fell Farm  on three separate occasions and  I myself had quite a startling  encounter early last month on  the power line above Gibsons.  I had decided to walk the power  line from Roberts Creek down to  ��� Gibsons. I forget exactly why. I  j^.think I noticed the power line  slash high above Gibsons from  .the deck of the ferry and got to  i thinking of how fine the view of  the Sound must be from that  vantage point. In any event, my  dog Rab and I set,off to wander  \ down the line on one of the few  ��� truly splendid days of this half-  ; hearted summer.  [: The power line climbs gently  and steadily from just past the  , recreational centre. Just at the  summit of the climb there is a  series of sharp ridges. You pant  up the side of one looking for the  view of the Sound only to find  yourself confronted with another  steep drop down to another little  creek and up the far side and  down again, and up again too  many times. ��A real test of character at the end of aten mile hike,  at least it is for this chairbound  adventurer.       /  Finally I panted up a ridge  which proved to be the final  one and Howe Sound and the  Islands and mountains beyond  spread like a gorgeous carpet in  greens and blues at my feet.  There had been bear signs  all along the last two miles of  the track. Bear droppings along  the road and the berry bushes  I  gaye evidence as I visited them  . that there had been recent and  previous visitors. But a veteran  wanderer   of  Canadian   woods  knows there is little to fear from  black bears and the ill-tempered  grizzly is elsewhere. The way was :  all down hill now into beauty and  the dog was trotting ahead. He  had long since given up investigating the abundant and obvious  bear smells and had the action  of a dog who had been going long  enough and wanted to get somewhere now.  I was just contemplating  finding a shady place in which  to rest and enjoy when 'whoomff  out of the berry bushes to the left  of the track there suddenly  reared'at a distance of no more  than twenty feet what seemed to  me to be a quite ridiculously  full grown bear. She had been  alerted by the dog which had  trotted past her and was snuffling  at his breeze blown scent, erect  on her hind legs.  There   is   nothing  to  worry 7  about here, I reminded myself, .  perhaps just a bit shakily. J raised  myself full height,  raised v'inrjr; 7  arms' over my head,, in onefaf 7;'  those hand I was carrying for  God knows what reason a tightly-  rolleH section of newspaper, and .  (Continued on Page 5) .._  >,  b  ���  s THANK YOU  Editor:  This is to express appreciation  for the pleasure this year's Sea  Cavalcade brought to so many  local people.  It was similar to the first one,  before we began to emulate  Hollywood.  The committee and all concern-.  ed are to be congratulated. ���  EILBSN GLASSFORD  i  ���  Editor;    ;���.'-'.  After having written my previous letter, I have just concluded  your : commentary of August  3rd. j would like to ask you one  question - on which ship were you  ; when you counted, 11 catering  staff members?  I am absolutely sick and tired of  your vicious and perpetual attacks  �� on the crews operating the  : 'ferries. Why don't you do some  honest to goodness research  before victimising innocent  people?"If you can't write the  truth then shut up!  The .ferries crews take a lot  of abuse.; Much' of it may be  warranted, but by no means is it  . deserved. As one ��great man  once said - 'Give us the tools and  we will do the job.'. That man,  incidentally, was in his prime at  80 years of age 1  If we had the items, we might  be able to satisfy more people.  Give a care to those people who  have to take so much from the  public and who are in no position  to retaliate.  Perhaps if you had been aboard  the 'Queen of Tsawwassen' last  Friday out of Horseshoe Bay,  you would have seen the almost  impossible task faced by the catering staff, and yet in my opinion,  they came through with flying  colors because they had a little  patience and fortitude.  If you   make  your-presence  known aboard the ferries, I feel  sure   you   will  get  the  Royal  treatment which you so richly  deserve: the great heave which  you so gallantly gave your original epitaph of the Langdale  Queen.  E.COOM BES  Master  'Queen of Tsawwassen'  Sunshine Coast News,  August 10,1976  rather than have them drive it in  a couple of years time as bodywork of their new Datsun.       '.-    ���  But to denounce the dowager,  of the fleet the way you have by ,  such     cruel.    and    undignifed  comments    is    tantamount   to  denouncing the capabilities of the  war veterans who made life so.  much easier for the likes of you.  If you are as active and alive at  80 years of age as the Langdale  Queen is, then, somebody -will be  able to heave  a pre-prepared  eulogy. '7  E.COOMBES i  - Master  "Queen of Tsawwassen'  PLEASESTOP  ; The folowing is' a copy of a  petition sent to Gibsons Village  'Council last week by a group of  concerned young citizens:  Dear Sirs;  I am writing to ask you to put  stop signs at the corners of Dogwood and Glassford. Since they  have graded it, it has become a  speedway. .Us bigger children are  afraid the little children will be  run over. So will you please .  put stop signs there.  Signed: 7  Eileen Conner, age 11  Richard Connor, age 9��  Trina Robinson age 8  Lance Davis, age 8  Andrea Doran, age 6  Lisa Doran, age 6  Diana Doran, age 2  Scott Wormald, age 6 . .��� . ,  Brett Wormald, age 3  Drew No(es, age 3  'WE EAT IT TOO'  Editor:  Monday was just another av-  erage shift on the ferries drawing*'  to a close. We twenty of crew  (catering, deck and engineers)  had succeeded in controlling  ourselves while transporting over '  six hundred vehicles and several  thousand passengers safely  home.       ��� _,-.._���       ������''"'���  Then I read your commentary.  .You see Sir (good civil servants ,  are always polite) it isn't the getting out of bed at four am, the  lousy drivers, the heat, the fumes  the drunks, the punks or even  the fishing derby days that bother  us.  It's not even those extra  mornings on Howe Sound. No  Sir. What does, gall us is this  incessant verbal barrage perpetrated against we non policy  making employees.  Your work reminds me of the  broomsticks, of the sorcerers  apprentice* They just damm well  did not know when to quit. I'm  .sure the logger who helped  to produce the paper for your  column would turn in his boots  and suspenders if he knew'his  efforts were going to sudi waste.  The facts regarding ferry food  service route #3 are that as a  result of staff cutbacks the galley  crew consists of one person.  , Even with the reduced 7 menu  this single cook hasn't a hope in  hell of coping. An additional  cook or helper has been requested  aftd refused with the promise that  if the present scheme is unworkable further' menu cutbacks will.  take effect.   ��� '-Xv-  . If you   can. remember 'that  ferry i policies are conceived in'  Victoria I'm sure the people and '  .the press will be; staved .more  " constructively/,-  ,\'..',\XX'X',X:'  ���X Anywayl' Get  off '-.pur backs  'because we have' to eat die stuff  too.   '������ ���'���..  '���''���' j-   ��� "';'   ���'       '':'  ^.ttLINGWOOD  FERRYSERViGE  Editor:    "���'"���' ;"���''������'';*   :v^  An open letter to Transport and  Communications Minister Jack  Davis;       '  The icily cruel "dollars before  people" policies of your government have done it again. I refer to  the-reduction of services on the  B.C. Ferries; specifically the .  withdrawl of hot foods from the  Langdale run. My family and I are  forced to travel to the lower mainland occasssionaHy,_and at times  a hot meal has been a necessity.  I shall relate my experiences of  this afternoon and I hope that you  mil    understand    how    really '  difficult they were. . j  In order to catch a late after-'  noon sailing home, my wife, my;.'  two toddler sons, and I were*  required to drive'two hours to'  Horseshoe Bay. On arrival we  discovered that the ferry was 30-  minutes late, not at all'uncom- '  7 mon. This resulted in a change of ,  plan, to feed the children on the  ferry.   Tired  and  hungry,   we >  arrived at the cashier who was'  most apologetic in infenning us,,  that hamburgers (the only hot"  solid food) were no longer being  served.    This."final    straw" .  caused our three year rfd to break  into tears whid. lasted most of  the rest ofthe trip. The only alternative was cold, incredibly overpriced sandwiches.  If the change of sendee had "'  been announced in advance we.(  would certainly havenudeother,  arrangements, but this courtesy :  was not offered. It is obviously  convenient for-the government  and ferry management not to.'  make such announcements, as it  is more advantageous politically  for cafeteria staff to take the  brunt of complaints.  I believe that it is incumbent  upon you to reinstate hot food ���  services, and to publicly apologize to ferry patrons.  B. FORST  ndp  bookstore  In Lower Gibsons  ���F<wrGw^C4-ii^lM��piBrt.MiRq>��iMM*����  This is a volunteer Mlf-austai ning  group, serving your community since January 1873  DOWAGER QUEEN       not  Editor;  With regard to your commentary appearing in the July 27th  edition. 1 feel that the derogatory remarks concerning the  Langdale Queen .were both  disgusting and totally unbecoming of any community newspaper. .  From an obviously 'cement  footed' individual who 7 amply  uses a vessal as a means to travel  from point A to point B, the writer  has no meaningful , authority,  to belittle this or any other vessel  without having the knowledge  of a professional mercantile  mariner. Many, many employees  of the British Columbia Ferries  have dovoted their whole  lives to the sea - not just ori  Ferries but on all types of vessels,  and to them, their ship is as a  second home. We are-a sentimental bunch of Joes' Mr. Editor  and, as tradition will have it,  a lot of us have lost a beloved part  of our existence.  I can assure 'you that there  are   many   vessels   plying   the  oceans in a far more dilapitated  condition    than    the   Langdale  Queen was, but they are seaworthy and that is the key word.  Each of these vessesls displays a  certificate    which    states   her  ' seaworthiness. So your hearsay -  . which is precisely what it was ���  with regard to any events with  took  place   during, her  annual  refit would haye,  without any  doubt,    been    rectified   before  the issuance of such a certificate  from   the   Canadian   Steamship  Inspection Service.  - Believe   you   me,   from   all  comments made to me and the  crew during the last 2 days of  the   service   of   the   Langdale  Queen, 90% Sunshine Coasters  expressed their  sorrow at the .  retirement of the vessel. Sentimentality or otherwise, she is  part of the maritime' history of  the British Columbia coast and  should   be ' retained   as   such ,  with possible  conversion  to  a  malritime   museum.   Instead, of  decrying the Langdale Queen and  B.C.Ferries   crews  in  general,  why  don't  you   do  something  useful for a change and instigate  the setting-up of a committee  .or such to negotiate a courtesy  purcase of the Langdale Queen  for establishment at her home,  Gibsons, as a Maritime Museum.  This could only help to increase  tourism in the area. Many would  be the American who could swell  with pride at the sight of a vessel  built 80 years ago in their country  sailings when we've made plans,  Jog. jwt  even  Oifjt   ���  Christams  Sunshine Coast Regional District  7  NOTICE of MEETING  The next regular meeting of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Board will be held as follows:  DATE: Thursday, August12t1976  TIME: 7:30 p.m.  PLACE: Roberts Creek Community Hall  All interested persons are invited to attend.  (Mrs.) A.G.Pressley  SocretaryTreasurer  MOBILE HOME SALES  ���;    TRAILER      PARK  %t \\ - ~&$0&' iti&  THEY ARE BUILT WITH:  4. asphalt shingle roof  5. 3 1/2" insulation in wall  6. 6"   insulation   in   ceiling   and  floors  1. 2"x4"  wall  studding on   16"  centres.  12. 2" x6" floor joists.  3. 2   on   12   pitch   roof   on   16"  centres  .7. electric  baseboard heat   (very  quiet)  SOME OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT:  1. built in eye level oven 3. dishwasher (built-in)  2. air conditioning { 4. 18" overhang eaves  5. patio doors (thermo)  WE HAVE:  1. excellent service.  2. pads   for   double-wide   and  single-wide homes  3. full financing arrangements  4. down to earth prices  ALSO WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF THE FINE BENDIX DOUBLE-WIDE  AND SINGLE-WIDE HOMES.  for further information phone Jim Wheat at:  8SS-3237 eves 885-2140  M.D.L.01460A  Sunshine Coast Hwy. Wilson Creek  Gov't -Inspected ''Whole, Utility Grade'.  Gov't Inspected  BEEF BURGERS  Gov't Inspected Gr. A Beef  BANQUET STEAK  Fresh Frozen  SHRIMP MEAT  Individual Layers  '51b box   "��� . "  ifc> 77  $3.99  With the   ;���  Tender Time  lb $ 1.89  lb$2.99  '    Foremost ;;  ICE GR|i1VI  tV;   $ Litre Crtn 7  y^wi2&x':x  York- Frozen  8 oz Pkg  Chelsea  14ozTiri  Kadana  99*  Nabob Fancy  Sun Rype Blue Label  :>��� ;'.-,"..':.   >������������!~-  ���.'i Jl'"w._.;5.-i'? liVOTi iAIfiS',!',  14 oz Tins  B.C.    ���'���-.'  SUGAR  22 lb/10 kg Bag  Exceptional Value  15 lb Bag  $11.29  48ozTin  68*  Super-Valu Exceptional Value  4 Roll Pkg  Case of 48 Rolls  99c    $11.29  Exceptional Value  DRINKS  Orange, Cola, Rootbeer  Deposit Caseof12     ' ^**  ��    $2.99/^  Okanogan.  18 lb Case  PEACHES  New Zealand Granny Smith  APPLES  $5.39  33>lb  3 lbs $ 1.00  PRICES EFFECTIVE  AUGUST12-AUGUST 14  We reserve the right to limit quantities  �� SUPER VALU  More than the value is super and wete proving it every day  SUNNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS BQB-Q^bqggqjgoQ^autj^H^nip^q^  BTaryffffggygawpisiippwj  _^MBtMWTBgw��qywftgwj  w��yp��*^cwiain tt-jji "wy  n��ff -f*g^W^^I^��ip*n^l>TWU'WWr -y  4 Sunshine Coast News, August 10,1976  Community^ most public  spirited citizens  This year's Gibsons Sea Cavalcade, though popular with  most who attended the two day  festivity, was especially important to some of our younger  citizens.  Pictured below is Kim Pearsall  as a jumpety Raggedy Ann,  alongside is her sister Donna who  is enjoying the thrill of scrambling for candies in a stack of hay.  Left is dancer Valerie Kettle who  has recently returned from  dancing school in Oregon.  Valerie entertained the Sea  Cavalcade audiences with modern  dance      numbers,       including  western, rag doll and top hat  routines. On the far left we have  photos of Brett Henderson, the  winner of the junior fishing derby  sponsored by the Gibons Volunteer Fire Department, and a  shot of another unidentified  beauty who looks like she just  stepped off the stage of 'Gone  with the Wind.'  When next spring rolls around  and the message again goes out  that Cavalcade is headed for  extinction, think about the five  happy faces on this page.  The long hard weeks of organizing and planning will suddenly  seem worth while.  ssm  ��� ��e  MINE IS PICKING UP.  JUST CALL  BOB KELLY'S  CLEAN-UP LTD.  FOB FAST SEE VICE   ONKCKUP  886-9433 or 886-7322  Ctiuiii Services  ANGLICAN  Rev. David H. R. Brown  St. Bartholomew'*  Morning Service ��� 11:15a.m.  2nd and 4th Sundays  8:00 a.m. HoH Communion  St. Aidan's  Worship Service 9:30 a.m.  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Member P.A.O.C.  Phone 886-7107  Highway and Martin Rd.  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Morning Worship 11 a.m.  Evening Service 7 p.m.  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  Pastor G.W: Foster  BAPTIST CHURCH  Pastor F. Napora  lOfflce 886-2611.  Res.  885-9905  CALVARY - Park Rd.. Gibsons  SUNDAYS  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45a.m.  Evening   Fellowship   7:00  p.m.  1st. 3rd and 5th Sunday  Thursday  ���  Prayer  and  Bible  ' Study 7:00 p.m.  SEVENTH-DAY ADVENHST  CHURCH  : Sabbath School Sat. 3:00 pm  Hour of Worship Sat., 4 p.m.  St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay  Pastor C.Dreiberg  Everyone Welcome  For information phone 885-9750  883,2736  UNITED CHURCH  Rev. Annette M. Reinhardt  9:30 a.m. ��� St. John's.  Davis Bay  11:15a.m. ���Gibsons  Office ��� for appointments  Tues. ��� 1-4  Wed. ���1^4  Fri.��� 9:30-12:30  886-2333  CHRISTIAN SOENCE  Services and Sunday School are  held each Sunday at 11:15 a.m. in  St. John's United Church. Davis  . Bay.  Wed. Eve. Testimony 7:30 p.m.  All Welcome  Phone 885-3157or 886-7882  ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES  Rev. T. Nicholson. Pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  5  pm  Saturday  and   11   am  Sunday   at   our   St.   Maiy's  Church in Gibsons.  8 pm  Saturday at the  Holy  Family   Church   in   Madeira  Park.  9:15 am Sunday at the Sechelt  residential   church,   Lady   of  Lourdes. _L   '��� ������7���,��  Phone 885-95267  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road ���  Phone 886-2660  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:00 a.m.  Revival 7:00 p.m.  Bible Study Wed.. 7:30p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dykes  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  NEED TIRES?  Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  at the S-BENDS on' Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Automotive - Parts Sales and Service  Valve and Seat Grinding  Rotor lather service for disc Brakes and Drum Brakes  Gibsons  AL JAMIESON Phone886-7919  Royal Bank of Canada  r~  ��� G/BSO/vS Branch-Ph. 886-2201 SECHELT Branch-Ph. 885-2201  I Mon -Thurs. 10a.m. -3p.m.'HOURS Tues - Thurs. 10a.m.i-3 p.m  ^ Fn.. 10a.m. -6 p.m .'Sat.. 10a.m. -3p.m  WINDSOR   PLYWOOD  (THE PLYWOOD PEOPLE)  Construction Plywood   Fancy Panels   Insulation   Doors, Bifolds,  Sidings, and all Accessories  Delivery Phone886-9221 Highway 101, Gibsons  L & H SWANSON Ltd.  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Porpoise Bay Road Box 172. Sechelt. B.C  885-9666.  r  I Everything for your building Needs  \Free Estimates Phone 886-2291-2  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED .  Government Approved  Free Estimates  Excavations -.Drainage Waterlines, etc.  .?92l Roberts  Creek  BOUTIN  BULLDOZING  Clearing ��� Landscaping  Backhoe Work  Phone 886-9824  R.R. 1 Gibsons  Sunnycrest Plaza  YOU CAN SA VE MONEY  COIN-OP CLEANERS  By the Garment or  By the Load  Gibsons  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD.  ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  READY-MIX   CONCRETE - GRA VEL  GENERAL PAINT  886-2642  Highway 101 - Gibsons  886-7832  885-9973  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers available  886-2938  ��ur*t electric Itb.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & CONTRACTING  Serving Sechelt, Gibsons, Roberts Creek & Madeira Park  886-3133  J. McKenzie Ron Blair, P. Eng.  Porpoise Bay Rd. P.O. Box 387 Sechelt   VON 3A0  SIM  ELECTRIC   LTD.  Electrical Contractor  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2062  Box 860  ��fl\BE ELECTRIClrd.,  Phone 886-7605  ������POWER   TO   THE   PEOPLE"  Gibsons  TED HUME SERVICES  Parts, Service,. Installations  Stoves, Furnaces,  Heaters, etc.  886-2951  Gibsons. B.C  Certified Instrument Mechanic  !     At the sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  ������������.../������ ���'���.���;&.Marine Service Ltd  Arc and Acty. Welding Machine Shop  Steel Fabricating Automotive - Marine Repair  Phone,886-7721     7 7     Marine Ways Res. 886-9956  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER Ltd.  Household Moving & Storage  Complete Packing  .     Packing Materials, for Sale  Phone 886-2664     Member Allied'Van Lines     R.R. 1, Gibsons  MACK'S NURSERY  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Plants  Landscaping, Pruning Trees Peat Moss & Fertilizer  Licensed for Pesticide Spraying  . Phone 886-2684  ABC  GENERAL PAINTING  ,     SPRA Y - BRUSH - ROLL  ' Call 886-2512  SUNSHINE PAINTERS  Let us brighten up your life  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  886-9564  Free Estimates  COAST PAVING  PAVING FROM DRl VE WA YS TO HIGHWAYS  Highways, Parking Areas Driveways, Crushed Gravel  Equipment Rentals  Main Office Box 95. Powell River, 485-6118  BrjmchOHic��r^^ggheJ^  SEASIDE PLUMBING  PLUMBING-PIPEFITTING   STEAMFITTING  HOT WATER HEATING  886-7017  TIDELINE  Plumbing and Heating Contractors  RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL  FREE ESTIMATES  Bernie Mulligan; 886-9414  Denis Mulligan  PENINSULA PLUMBING  CONTRACTING  Port Mellon r Pender Harbour  Phone 886-9533 Free Estimates Tom 886-7834  RAY E.NEWMAN  PLUMBING 81 HEATING CONTRACTOR  R.R. 1  DAVIS BAY RD  SECHELT.  B.C.  Distributor.  FILTEX OF CANADA  'BUILT-IN VACUUM SYSTEMS'  TELEPHONE  (60��)  ��85-2116  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION &    MAJOR APPLIANCE  SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used Refrigerators for Sale  ,    Res. 886-9949 .  (Ron Olson 886-7844      SPECTRON   Lionell Speck 886-7962  SHEET METAL & HEATING   3ox710, Gibsons  R  R.R. 2  J RESIDENTIAL St  I COMMERCIAL  886-9717  HEATING & VENTILATION  ELECTRIC & OIL  GASFURNACES  Sechelt  C   &   s  HARDWARE  &  APPLIANCES  885-9713  BERNINA  SEWING MACHINES  NOTIONS etc.  REPAIRS AND SERVICE  TO ALL MAKES  SEWEASY  Cowrie St. Sechelt 885-2725  STAN HILSTAD  ROOFING  DUROIDj SHAKES  OR REROOFING .   .    .   .  Gibsons R.R. 1, Port Mellon Highway       Phone 886-2923  ��� Box 609,  ROY&WAGENAAR  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine Building Wharf Street  885-2332  Sechelt, B.C.  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C.LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St., Box 607  Sechelt, B..C. Res. 885-9581  Off ice 885-2625  PHILIPS  Phone 886-2280  ROBINSON'STV  Service Depot for  ZENITH'     PANASONIC���ADMIRAL  FLEETWOOD DEALER  FORMERLY NEVE^S'. maSTERCHARGE  J & C ELECTRONICS & APPLIANCES  Charles (Chuck) Stephens '  SALES and SERVICE  -MARINE ELECTRONICS ���        INGLIS & PHILIPS  Sechelt . Across from Red <& White   . 885-2568  PAJAK  ELECTRONICS  CO. LTD.  886-7333  RCA & ELECTROHOME  Authorized Dealer  Sales and Service  Gibsons  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  1 Mile West of Gibsons,  Hi way  Laundromat   Extra Large Lots  Parklike Setting and Recreation area  Phone 886-9826  TREE TOPPING s  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean   up   your   wooded   areas  Remove lower limbs  for VIEW  Top tail trees adacent to building  Marv Volen Phone 886-9597  MIDNIGHT TRUCKING  ��� GRAVEL ���FILL  ROAD MULCH ���DRAIN ROCK  Ph. 886^7864 RiR. 2, Gibsons, B.C.  B.MacK WELDING  BRAD MACKENZIE  Portable Welding  886-7222  OCEANS! DE i FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists      Custom Designed Furniture  Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinetry Remodelling  ������.., ���     _    R. BIRKIN"  885-3417 Beach  Ave.,   Roberts  Creek       885-3310  h  I  v  ft  V Sunshine Coast News, August '\0�� 1976  Centre provides summer  .Children from 7 to 13 may  take part in activities as varied  as soccer, baseball, swimming  reading and games at the  Wilson Creek Community  Hall. Karate and gymnastics  are also offered.  ^Sflpervisois' Gil Hanuse,  Ridti Leipsic and Daphne  Covemton staff the program  sponsored by the Department of Labor in B.C.  There are approximately  30 children registered in the  program although the attendance varies from day to day.  The mini-bus will pick up  children and also see that  they arrive home. The free,  program runs daily from 9 am  'til 5 pm, Monday through  Friday. ,  The platform was made by  the children themselves  with the assistance of Gil  Hanuse.  The Complete Basic Book of  Home Decorating by William E.  Hague. Doubieday Canada Ltd.,  499 p. ��1976. $14.95  William Hague is very qualified  to write a book on home decorating as he is the former editor. of  House and Garden Guides. In  the last twenty years, he has  designed or remodeled fifteen  houses and apartments. Mr-  Hague is also author of Yomr  Vacation Home: How to Plan it.  How to Live In ft.  This is an excellent book for the  person who is interested in dec-  orating a home without a decorator, whether on a limited or ah  unlimited budget. The author  begins by explaining the basics of ,  decorating: color, pattern, lighting, styles of decor, and room  planning suggestions. He is  trying to prepare you for almost  every - decorating situation,  whether it. is starting from  scratch in a new home, building  'on .'the good basic things you  already have, or minimizing or .  even remedying major mistakes.  He then expands on the  basics, and discusses vital information on furniture, antiques,  floor coverings, fabrics, window  treatments and accessories.  With this  background infor-  /mation at the disposal of the  reader,  Mr.   Hague introduces  decorating ideas for eveiy area  of your home, the living room,  . ikitchen, bedrooms, bath etc. as  , 'well as special areas not found in  : every home such as the foyer,  ;j study and guest room.  X'- Finally, he discusses special'  ; decorating   situations,   such   as  7 apartments, storage,' your vacation home and exterior decoration   to   harmonize   with   the  -interior or vice versa.  7 ' In short,  he touches briefly  !but thoroughly on every aspect  of decorating. There is sure to  ��� be an answer to each reader's  questions   or   problems   somewhere in the pages of this book.  As the author states so succinctly:  '.'This decorating book,- unlike  many others, ,was  planned to  serve as a timeless compendium,  a digest of basic information on  every   decorating  subject.   For  the rank amateur, a study of all  its pages would serve, in a sense,  Buxton    Credit    Card    Cases,  plain or deluxe, all leather, a  "good looking" gift.  MISS BEE'S, SECHB/T  as a course in decoration. For  the more experienced, it can  serve as a source on a given  subject...Use it as much as you  would use, say, a cookbook or  a guide to etiquette...So remember, the more imagination  you exert on your home, the more  interesting you and your life  style will be."   ���-;-  There's one thing certain���  your aptitude isn't for aptitude tests.  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IT ,PAYS TO SEW���you save  so much money! Send now for  New Spring-Summer Pattern  Catalog! Over 100 partners,  pants, long, short styles. Free  pattern coupon, 75*.  Sew and Knit Book .... .$1.25  Instant Money Crafts ...$1.00  Instant Sewing Book.... $1.00  Instant Fashion Book ... $1.00  0Z'Z��^;.'0��ii$Ji  SEVVEASY  Cowrie St  PNE STAR SPECTACULAR 76! (S)  Got away cont'd.  (Continued from Page 2)  uttered a series of my most  machismo bellowings. Just as  . I thundered out the second  assertive warning at the bear I  noticed out ofthe comer of my  eye tow small dark things shin-  nying up a tree on the right hand  side of the road, yes the opposite  side from mother. The dog and I  were in the classic no-nb position  directly between a mother bear  and her cubs.  , She was somewhat diverted  by the dog to her left and my  noise to her right. The dog by  this time, still unaware of her  presence was trotting back towards me and as he passed the  bear she went into action. It must  be difficult for anyone .who has  only seen bears scratching their  bellies and begging for peanuts in  zoos to imagine how they can  move when they have a mind to.  She bounded twee from the  bushes onto the dogs tail. I  redoubled my vocal efforts and  she paused ever so briefly before  she charged up the slope towards  me. Kturned and sprinted back  towards the top of the ridge. Just  . as I crossed it the dog passed  me and the bear was obviously  about to catch up. There was a  cut bank  about three or four  feet high at the side of the road  just there and I dived ihtd it and  rolled to my feet still clutching  my rolled newspaper and feeling  Incredibly puny turned to make a  last  bellowing stand.  Whether  because she had run far enough  from the cubs or because- our  paths had diverged she couldn't  chase both the dog and myself,  she whirled around on the road  right below me and showed me  her rump. I repaid the compliment immediately and set off  with all possible spped. in: the  opposite direction and' took the  first road down the mountain.  There are moments when nothing  is more comforting than tarmac  under foot and the  sound  of  ���traffic ���������7--';' .  .M. fr  DISCO  DANCE  PARTY  0ANCE CONTEST  S3,000 PRIZE MONEY  AUG.29  DISCO  DANCE PARTY  7:00 p.m.  No. of tickets:  BACHMAN-  TURNER  OVERDRIVE  $2.50  GLEN CAMPBELL  8:00 p.m.  No. of tickets:   . 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Mail with a Certified  cheque or money order made payable to  VANCOUVER TICKET CENTRE, 630 Hamilton  Street. Vancouver. B.C. V6B 2R3. Please  enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope  plus 250 per ticket handling charge.  Tickets also available at these outlets:  Bellingham Sound Center, Bellingham;  Buttons, Westlynn Mall, North Van; Harvey's  Smoke Shops at Cloverdale Mall, Delta  Shoppers Mall and Newton; all Eaton's stores  (phone 604/683-3255 to charge your tickets  to your.Eaton's account).  r"  I  I  l  l  l  l  l  I  l  l  l  I  |   City  All shows in Pacific Coliseum with7  Bobby Hales Orchestra. AH seats reserved  except where noted. ,  Name : :   I  l  l  l  l  Address  Code  Phone (home).  (office).  Enter Dalryland's FREE PNE FAMILY CONTEST  at the daily case of your favourite store!  NOTE: Appearing Sept. 2- Blood, Sweat and      ^PaClf IC NatiOHa! 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Sechelt had  just finished trouncing Roberts  Creek in their own best 3 out of  5 series to meet Gibsons. The  evenings game was by and large  played gentlemanly on both  sides. Sechelt made a great  attempt at coming up from behind late in the final innings  when a grand slam home-run was  hit with 3 men on base.  That was as far as the Gibsons  team yielded however, and maintained their dominance to win  in the last inning.  Gibsons goes on to play a series  of tournaments with North Vancouver to decide the winner of  the zone. If they prove equally  successful they wiU be eligable  for the B.C. finals. Good luck  FellahsJ  O.E.S.  picnic  Thirty two members and  friends of Mt. Elphinstone  Chapter O.E.S. had a very  enjoyable picnic on Sunday  July 25th at Porpoise Bay. We  were pleased to see members  who had been ill, able to enjoy the  day with us.  Horseshoes and darts were  played, Mrs. Jo Mylaoie winning  the contest.  The usual mouth watering  food was provided by the ladies.  Later in the evening several  were entertained with cards and  coffee at the home of Dolly and  Andy Aitchison, ending a very  delightful day.  Sound Construction  Car pen ter-Contractor  X       X. '      ���      .     ���  Interior Finishing  House,!Framing  Concrete Form \ftork  Gary Wal I i nder   886-9976  Box 920      Gibsons  .x:  TODD'S  Children's  Wear  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons  EVERYTHING FOR  BACKTOSCHOOL!  dresses ��� T-Shirts  ��� Boys and Girls Pants  ...Large selection  available...  9:30 to 5:30 Monday thru Saturday  Friday 'till 9:00  Summer craft workshop scheduled  An outdoor Summer Craft  Workshop has been organized  by a group of Continuing Education crafts instructors. The workshop, which will be held mornings  from August 16 to August 27,  features Pottery; Macrame; a  pot Pourri of rugmalring, basketry  weaving and tie dye. The location  for the classes will be a shaded  field on Chamberlin Road, north  east of Gibsons.  Pat Forst (883-2543), who will  be teaching pottery has taught  for seven years in Vancouver,  Port Alberni and Gibsons. Her  course to consist of hand building  and some wheel work instruction.  Macrame is to be taught by  Carol Illingworth (886-7982)  who has instructed for several  years in Gibsons,  Doreen Gust (886-9861), who  is a multi talented craftswoman,  is giving a pot pourri of rug-  making, basketry, weaving and  spinning.  Tole or decorative punting  is a technique of painting on any  surface such as wood, tinware,  plastic. or glass. This peasant  craft which is now being revived  in the States, is to be taught by  Frances Reynolds (886-2505)  from Portland Oregon.  Gayle German (886-7540) a  well known name in the field of  Batik  and  tye  die is  offering  another course in these crafts..  Gayle has taught the art of  Batik to Eskimos in Povung-  nituk, which is in the eastern  Arctic.  For further information, please  phone the instructor of the course  in which you are interested or  Karen Hoemberg at 886-2225.  This workshop is sponsored by  the Centre for Continuing Education.  want an ice deal  on a brand new  Now's your chance. Our 5th Anniversary Sale la going strong  and not only might you find the bargain you want, you might  win a color TV, tool  Sunshine Coast TV  Sales and Service  Cowrie St. Sechelt  885-9816  TH��� WESTERN WINN���RS  Check the winning numbers below.  You could be the latest winner of  $250,<  ��� :���:���  Here are the numbers drawn on August 4 in Victoria. Check  your Western Ticket. Then check the winning numbers  below. Who knows? This time it may be your turn.  TICKET NO  TICKET NO  TICKET NO.  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If you wish to purchase a ticket and tickets are not readily  available in your area, send $3. per ticket in cheque or  money order along with your name, address and telephone  number to Western Canada Lottery Foundation, P.O. Box  7777, Winnipeg. Man.  with a big  bargain  during our  Sale of  Cartops, Dinghies, Canoes and  Sailboats!  ��� PICK UP A JOHNSON OR SEAGULL  MOTOR AND MULTIPLY YOUR  SAVINGS ON THE BOAT AND MOTOR  PACKAGE!  Theseareafew  sample packages....  many mom to choose from!  FRONTIERSMAN 16' VEE  CANOE...��259...SAVE ��50.  WITH 2 HP JOHNSON...��549  SAVE ��80 ON PACKAGE!  SMOKERCRAFT ALUMINUM  12FT....��298...SAVE��50.  WITH FORTY PLUS SEAGULL  ...*599..SAVE ��125on package  FRONTIERSMAN      9'  CARTOP   WITH   6HP  JOHNSON....��8B6  SAVE��80ON  PACKAGE  WESPEI^  r AMAOA lOTJtKf   ���  SPRINGBOK ALUMINUM  12.FT... RATED  HORSEPOWER....M59....  SAVE MOON PACKAGE  ALSO: 6Vi' to 9' Galllon Flbreglas  Dinghies. 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Tuesday's game. saW the Legion team take a fairly close contest against Sechelt. The final  score was 7- 6; with the Legion  team accounting' for the only  home runs "of the game. A. Skytte  was good for one, and F. Reynolds took the other. Reynolds also went home with the pitching  win.  Wednesday's game was a lit-  tfc more one-sided; the Legion  walked away with a 14 - 4 margin.  Sechelt was held to only six hits,  and there were two mace Legion  home runs, this time by R. Baba  and P. Rigby. A. Skytte carded  the pitching win.  Thursday's game was looking  WANTED  Used Furniture  or What Haw�� rou  AL'S  USED FURNITURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons 686-2612  like another one-sided contest until a grand slam homer from Se- -  clielt's J. Mercer brought their total up to nine runs. This was still  not good enough, however,  and the game ended with the  Legion showing 14 runs; A.  skytte, the winning pitcher, was  Legion's only home run hitter.  The Ernie Fossett trophy was  presented to the Legion team following their Thursd-Qr victory.  10 DAYS IN  DEPARTURES  September 4, 2S; October 2,  9, 16; December 22; February  12; March 12, 26; April 8,.  (Friday), March21.  FARES  Double/Twin-$189.00  INCLUDES  ��� All hotel accomodations  and hotel taxes.  ��� All transportation on luxury coaches equipped with  washrooms, refining  seats, air-conditioning and  stereo sound systems.  ��� Get   acquainted   with   a:  wine and cheese patty in  Eugene, Oregon.  ��� Tour of Hoover Dam, Lake  Mead, and Valley of Fire:  State Pari..  ��� Gambling packages in  Reno and Las Vegas.  CONTINENTAL  TRAVEL  Traa Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-2910  COMPLETE SERVICE  OF YOUR FURNACE  from  BURNER  OIL TANK  with free nozzle  on,y $17.95  THOMAS  CALL NOW  HEATING    ^8853939  >*>' ���  '"> ' "'i'-' .-vl.M ���  S:n, >.   ' -if.  Show  Tuesday August 3rd was  Ladies Day, /and many were  present to watch or participate  in the -Ladies Throw Out Tournament. The' winner of the 18  hole round was Vera Munro.  Bessie Shaw took the winners  place in the 9 hole round.  The Ladies Club Championship Tournament will be held  Tuesday August the 10th and  Thursday August the 12th. All  ladies dub members are invited  to participate in this annual  golf tournament.  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TODAY'S  ANSWER  lAiaiai i s v ?i 3 i hp  Mam at?:����   ���  ���'BE3G5   Od@E]  ^ei-HHiiOEjHEiM  HfillHg)   HBOga  21 Ottoman  official  22 Pretense  23 Slippery  24 Whacked  the ball  in vain  (2 wds.)  25 Oriental  tea  28 ���vivaht  30 Winged  T  31 Related  33Taroroot  34 North  Carolina  college  35 Sheer  36 ��� Calloway  37 Have  debts  38 Cable ���  39 Japanese  river  F  Sunday proved to be a busy  day for riders and horses alike  during the 9 hour long Brushwood Farm Horse Show held in  Gibsons last week.  .   16 different classes of competition were available for contestants to enter, from jumping to  English   Pleasure   riding.   The  latter is judged mainly on the  smoothness of gait of the horse,  all breeds are qualified to enter.  There were in excess of 50 horses  entered, as well as a few ponies  in the children's events.'  Pictured above is the Children's Lead Line competition,  where the winners,. Geoffrey  Grognet, Lee Gbdson and  Jennifer Cramer were judged  on their seat while the horse is  walking and trotting. All horses  in this competition are led by an  adult.  In the Hunter Over Fences  competition, winners Holly  Freason riding Straffing Stella,  Gillian Wells on Di-Lynn's  Elisha and Kelly Beaumont on  Porters Gold on Parade were  judged on their ability to make  the required jumps smoothly and  without touching the partitions.  In this competition it is the horse  as well as the rider who are being  watched closely by the judges  for flaws in rid-hg and jumping  techinque. ;  Trish Cramer Was the proud  teacher who had the pleasure of  watching many of her "fine  pupils take honours in the afternoons events.  ^"������"r���������""""t  | TED HUME  ! SERVICES  A Funeral is something  that no one likes to discuss  But Did You Know  ��� The local funeral home  charges no fee 7 for prearranging funerals.    .  ��� Those who have enrolled in  Funeral or Memorial Plans-  but prefer local arrange-'  ments or . service, should  take advantage of our pre-  arrangement plan.  ��� The local Funeral Home arranges for local or distant  . burials, cremations, memorials, or services in  other localities.  For further Information  Writeor Phone���  D. A. Devlin, Owner-Manager  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME  Gibsons, B.C. 886-9561  AUTHORIZED  ��ssa  'j     WHERE YOU'RE  TREATED RIGHT!  WESTERN DRUG MART  Last chance to win  the bike  we're giving away a Voyageur 3 speed folding bike for adults  or children, and you can win just t>y filling In your name and  phone number on the back of your sales slip. Ask the cashier  for details.  JOSTARRIVEb:  ��� Peterson Publications Self Instruction Books  Home   !  ���  uipment]  Dealer   j  ^PHOTOGRAPHIC  TECHNIQUES  -JAPANESE  CARS  ENGINE  SWAPPING  BASIC  DARKROOM  ...And many more.  NEWSHIPMENTQFTHE 'PICAM FISHMATE'  Ten fishing tools In one ��6 99  ���  NEW SHIPMENT OF ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS  With memory function from JSXo��95  FURNACES  GIBSONS  ATHLETIC  ASSOCIATION  still has room in swim classes at  Hopkins  Landing for the  AUGUST  16th  to  27th  SESSION  Ftegister:  9:30-10:00 A.M.  August 16th  Hopkins Land ing  HOT WA TER HEATERS \  . HUMIDIFIERS  ���\ ��� ���  CUSTOMIZED  WARM AIR  HEATING SYSTEMS  CALL  886-2951  Going through the Change of Light?  WHETHER WIRING A NEW HOME, OR ADDING AN OUTLET, I  OFFER YOU PERSONALISED SERVICE AT ONE OF THE MOST  REASONABLE RATES ON THE PENINSULA.  LlQOlPOUR  VILEDA  AND .  POWDERPOUR  Sanitary, easy pouring spouts  14"x18" CHAMMY  The untiring household helper  R��fl   BOTH       g\��\mfi  $1.96    FOR         *#*#*���'  R��g    TERRY'S   dfel    OQ  $2.96     PRICE:    4$JL��70  TIMEX WATCHES  EVERYTHING IN STOCK 1  SWIM-AID  INFLATABLE FLOATATION  TEpricI:       20% OFF  For beginning swimmer*  for example, the Cavatina  7    ���      '      ,  reg      TERRY'S   <fe"| Q   f|ff  $16.95     PRICE:     $la��70  reg    TERRY'S     4ft    Oft  $2.96     PRICE:        tpX*70  GLEAROUTl  SEA&SKISM^  -We reserve the right to limit quantitiee-  ^amcottst ^3/fodtng Co.  1/3 OFF  SUMMER  CLOTHING  Gibsons Village  across from Co-op  Ik  SUPERIOR ELECTRIC  FOR GUARANTEED SERVICE  calLr.simpkins "  885-2412       "  FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE   11  TRAIL BAY MALL  SccImIi  im;s-<>8;u ilff"flprir"Xf^irWir'TBf^T^Ty'r"^w "w "-m������wf'-'"���v"^^���?r'���mr���mr���~m,~~~^,  8  SunshineCoast News, August 10,1976  REALTTYvl-fD-  88Sr3211  POST OFFICE BOX 1219. SECHELT, B.C.   VON 3A0  ��JACK ANDERSON  885-2053  O STAN ANDERSON  885-2385  ��� DOUG JOYCE  885-2761  REAL ESTATE  CATALOGUE  | SEA VIEW MINI FARM  Two bedroom home plus guest cottage, automatic oil heat, attached carport, level land,  100'x550'. Large vegetable garden, work shop. An outstanding sea view. Redrooffs Road  location. $40,000 F.P., firm.  ���~"~ 1.54AC8ES  With 67' frontage on Beach Avenue and a gazetted road 1,000' back. F.P. $13,500.  -flHHH-B-HB-iHH-HH robbbxs creek!  The ideal parcel, 5 acres of gently sloping land about 3 acres cleared and in grass and the  balance in tall fir tree. Good creek water supply and hydro.F.P. $27,000.  |iis' ofwatekfrontI  Plus a 3 bedroom home on Browing Road. Separate large workshop, a could be guest cabin.  Home is in excellent condition. 2 complete sets of plumbing, glassed in sun porch. Wall to  wall carpet throughout. Mid 80's. A mortgage can be arranged.  _M__iHfl-H_l-^H-HM-_l hanbcryroad HHHBHHHHHI  10 acres of small trees with roads on 3 sides of the property. Hydro available and the road is  soon to be paved. Level land.  _H-H--^_^_^_H_-_H-H_I--H-I cseeklot ||HHHH-H-H-Hs1b^_H-I-I  Available with construction shack already built. Fully serviced. Down payment of $2,000  acceptable.  I SOMA PARK WATERFRONT J  2 bedroom home with cement Va basement. 95' z550' treed view property. $48,500 F.P.  HHB_H-H-H_HHWAI13DFS0NT 4 bedroom pm^HBH-HH  Approx 4,10b sq.ft. executive home. Two deluxe ciralar fireplaces in large view living room.  Family kitchen has Henn-Air range, deluxe walnut cabinets. Living room - ship deck oak  floors. Huge rec and billiard room with wet bar. Double carport. Property is nest to Govern^  ment wharf in Halfmoon Bay. Asking $125,000. Could not be replaced at this price.  | PROTECTED MOORAGE I  18,000 sq.ft. lot that is nicely treed and serviced with a sewer system in Secret Cove. $25,900  | WEST SECHELT CONTEMPORARY |  New 2 bedroom home. Direct public beach access from mis area. A fine home. $44,900 F.P.  | HOME PLUS 158' WATERFRONT ��������������������������  West Porpoise Bay. Over one acre gentle sloping landscaped property. 4 year old 1,100 sq.ft.  home with sundeck, fireplace, loads of cabinets, laundry room. Basement, garage, excellent  garden. $83,500 Terms.  ���--���������������������B 3 BEDROOMHOME ������������������������������  All nicely Finished on Browning Road. Natural cedar exterior. Separate dining area, acorn  fireplace. F.P. $41,500.  ~~~SECHELT VILLAGE  3acreswhhacreek. Vi down-balance over 5 years. F.P. $19,900.  S73S0FORALOT  In the Village. Has future view, good holding property.  selmaparkI  100'x200' covered with evergreens. Asking $16,000  SECHEIT VILLAGE  3 cleared acres with a 3 bedroom home on a full basement. Has good gardening soil and a  small barn. F.P. $63,500  ROBERTS CREEK  One acre of park like property, complete with year round stream. F.P. $16,900.  | SANDY HOOK |  Waterfront ��� 150' of shoreline. Nicely treed with a beautiful view. F.P. 15,5oo  TtiWANEK  Almost V. acre in a quiet residential area. 48,950  SANDY HOOK |  An unobstructed view up the inlet. 70'xl40' for $10,500  | WEST SECHELT |  Mason Road view lot If it is view property you are looking for, this is it! j  Try your offer to $16,900  SECBHLT VILLAGE  2 bedrooms with a full basement and nicely landscaped. F.P. $44,000.  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT  2 bedroom cottage on a 60'x200' lot right behind the breakwater in Selma Park. Good beach  and view. F.P. $52,500.  REDROOFFS AREA |  80'x250' lot, this is flat and fully serviced. F.P. $11,750.  | UNDER CONSTRUCTION |  Brand new home on Fir Road, Davis Bay. 70'xll8' lot all cleared. 2 bedrooms with full  basement and a carport, dining room, and a kitchen eating area. Purchaser could choose  many features at this stage.  HH_-HH_H_Hfl_H-H-H Means creek  At the end of a cul de sac - 90' frontage, will have a view. F.P. $12,500.  ���^-H-^HHHHHBHH largehomeI  Near the arena, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and full basement. Nice view from the sundeck.  F.P. $52,500.  HHHHHHHH price reducedto $40,900 HnBHHHHH  Davis Bay duplex semi waterfront. Two units each with own fireplace, electric heat and hot  water. Nicely treed, landscaped lot. Level to beach.  HHHH-Lfl-HH-HH waxerpbontlot  ��� In Sunshine Bay Estates. All services including a sewer. Good area of new recreation Homes.  F.P. $28,500. - . ���  H-H.H_H_HHH.H-I $29,500 full price HHHHH  Davis Bay, 3 bedrooms, large living-room with fireplace. Wall to wall carpets. This mobile unit  is nicely converted with T&G roof. Ideal for young family. Close to beach and extra large  garden lot.  |$9,950FDLLPRICE  Redrooffs Estates. Two large 80'x240' treed lots. Owner sacrifices. Best buy in area.  CLASSIFIED ADS  Coast Mews Classified Ads  Phone 886-2622  Deadline-Saturday Noon  Minimum $2.00-20 words. 10$ a word thereafter.  Subsequent insertions Vz price  Legal ads 509 per count line  COMING EVENTS*  Hello again. Early Bird Bingo  7pm. Regular at 8pm. Every  Thursday, Roberts Creek Legion  Hall.  WORKWNTDe#t>  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  oil stoves  and heaters cleaned and  repaired  Phone Ron Crook, 885-3401  after 5 pm  HIGH FUEL COSTS  Peerless Tree Services Ltd. will  turn your problem trees into firewood. $18.00 per cord. We do  danger tree falling, topping and  limbing too. Expert insured work..  'Know the cost before you start*  Call us at 885-2109. Free estimates. John Risbey.  JOHNSON'S STEAM CLEANING  MOBILE UNTT  Buildings, motors, heavy-duty  machinery, marine equipment.  Phone 885-9715 (askforLyle)  Portable Welding, phone 884-  5370 .  For all your dothing require-,  ments, a qualified  TAILOR  who specializes in many aspects  of clothing service from mending/  to tailoring is now available. Also  household hems, such as draperies, curtains and piDow. Please,  phone 886-2094  Cat and/or backhoe available for  land clearing, road building,  drainage ditches, waterlines, etc.  Call 886-9633 or 886-9365.  Babysitter available, $1.00 per  hour. Phone 886-7272   Your PICTURES FRAMED and  mounted from Artistic Woodwork  stock. Matboards. Non-glare and  regular glass. Needlepoint a  specialty. 1450 Sechelt Inlet Rd.,  Porpoise   Bay,   Sechelt.   Phone  885-9573   Backhoe available for drainage,  ditches, waterlines etc. Phone  885-2921 Roberts Creek.  L.H. GAS WELDING  Muffler repair and body work.  Phone 886-9625.  WORKWNTD��*��  The school district has vacancies  for the position of janitor on  afternoon shift in both Sechelt  and Gibsons.  Persons wishing to apply, or to  update   an  application  alreadyv  on file, should write to the undersigned on or before  Monday,  August 23rd, 1976.  RJMls  School District #46  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  Janitor required for general  cleanup starting Sept 1, part time  Phone 866-2025  WANTED  LOGS WANTED  Top Prices Paid for  fir-hehn-ced.  L&K LUMBER  (North Shore) Ltd.  Phone 886-7033  Sorting grounds,  Twin Creeks  WANTED  A divider or bookcase or scrap  materials to make the same.  Write to Box 460 c/o Coast  News, Gibsons, or phone 886-  7817/885-9038 anytime.  Umber wanted plus alder.  Poles bought and sold. Let us  give you an estimate. D & O Log  Sorting Ltd. Phone 886-7896 or  886-7700.  CARS & TRUCKS >���  1964 Econoline, runs well, new  tires with mags, custom interior,  best offer over $1,200; 1954  Plymouth Savoy, exceO. running  cond. new paint, collectors item,  $400.;1969 Norton 750 Comando,  runs well,. custom saddle, $600-  886-7310days or 886-9619eves.  1965 Valient 200, good dean  car, excellent mechanical cond.  Phone after 6pm 886-7222.  $695. or bqst offer.          1962 Chev Eclair, 2 dr., V8,  Excellent condition. Phone  886-9165  1963 1 ton Chev panel 12' box,  283 4 speed, mechanically sound,  body needs work. $600 obo,  Phone 886-  .7839 .    7 -    '���.-- ������;,,      .���.,'���  '59 Mercedes, 190 SL, new paint,  new leather interior, both tops,  mechanically A-l, $4,500 obo.  Days 885-9212 or eves 885-3823  1974 Ford   V*  ton HD susp.,  HD cooling, oil bath air, 360-4 sp '  8 ply split rims, blue metallic  $3895. Phone 884-5250  Volkswagon Bug , '66, radio,  gas heater, exeeH. cond. $850.  Phone 386-2614  65 International Travel-All  van, body rough. 8����d mechanical condition. $400. Phone  886-9813  68 Austin 4 dr. $250.00.  Needs some transmission re-  pair. Phone 88607614   1972 VW for sale. One owner.  Phone 886-9662,. Solniks, Roberts Creek.   1973 Toyota Corona. Needs  some body work. $2000. obo.  Phone 886-2385.  1975 Ford % ton Ranger Camper  special, PS, PB, 18000 miles,  like new, blade with red int.  asking $5395 obo. Phone 886-2385  MOTORCYCLES ������  1975 Honda, MT 250 Hsinore,  new condition, 2000 notes 4850.  Phone 886-2740  1975 XL175 Honda, 450 miles,  brand new condition. $875. Days  885-9212/eves 885-3823  1975 Honda XL175, 450 miles,  brand new condition. $1000 obo,  Phone days 885-9212 or eves  885-3823        ������....   1973 Honda 500. 4 cylinder,  5,800 miles, good condition.  $1000. Phone 886-2740.  1974 Ford F250, V* ton h/d, 16  inch split rims, auto., p/b, radio,  step bumper with hitch. Excel,  .cond. 22500 miles. $3795 oho.  Phone 886-9249  CHARLES   ENGLISH  LTD  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibson's B.C.  886-2481 Toll Free: 687-6445  REALTYWORU?  HILLCREST $46,500.  Sparkling ranch on extra large lot. Raved  driveway and landscaping done:  ABBS ROAD -        I     $54,000.  Well built home, 2 fireplaces with panoramic  view. The children can walk to ischool without crossing a street through parklike property behind. .-.7 ...,^..7 .'.'.'���'������'���''�� '     .  : HILLCREST '' r" ''ii;:; 1 ���'���   $54,500  Only 4 months old and owner Isfransferred.  Marble fireplace by Brue. Good view from  large sundeck. 11%% mortgage; of $31,500.  ROBERTS CREEK :      $29,000.  This home needs completing. Situated in  John Black's subdivision. Trail to beach.  GEORGIA BLUFF  Lot 36 close to sewer. Caveman's special at  46,000. Other bluff lots available from $8,500  to $20,000.  GOWER POINT $27-500.  100x200 in nice area. Waterfront.;  ROBERTS CREEK r     $27,500.  1.3 acres on Lower Road and Masked Road.  Driveway in.  George Cooper  886-6344  Anne Gurney  886-2164  J.W.Visser  865-3300  Don Sutherland  885-9362  !���    $20,500.  view lot. Beach  HOPKINS LANDING  West end of Point Rd. 50  access by property.  SAMRON DEVELOPMENT '���' $14,900.  90' lot overlooking Trail islands. This lot Is  located in area of new homes. If you are planning building, look at this one.  REID ROAD 166,500.  1500 sq.ft. family home with small suite.  Large corner lot treed for provacy. Fireplace  good working kitchen. New on market.  Should be viewed by all looking for a family  home. ���"������.'���  LANGDALE CHINES $13,500.  Good sized view lot, easy to build on. Paved,  roads and underground wiring. ,  NORWEST BAYROAD $43,000.  New 1118 sq.ft. home. This home Is attractively finished in natural cedar, shake roof,  thermo pane windows throughout. 2 bedrooms with, wall to wail, fireplace and excellent working kitchen. Heated with maln-  tenace free electric heat. May be purchased  with only $5,875.00down.  WINN ROAD, GIBSONS $71,500.  3 storey four plex, with all services. Revenue  of over $800. per month and could be increased . 2 suites are very large and could be  finished to luxury standard. This property Is  an excellent buy either to live in or as an  investment.  MARINE OHVE $35,000.  Charming 2 bedroom, home with view, very  private yard, well landscaped, dose to lower  shops and bus stop. Heated with hot water  heat. Ideal for the retired couple.  WAKEFIELD ROAD $18,000.  % acre view lots on creek. This is a unique  property and offers excellent satisfaction to  the right person.  HOPKINS LANDING $32,500:  3 bedroom home oh developed lot. This home  is close to ferry. It features a large kitchen  and large covered porch. Priced right for  sale.  REID ROAD $47,900.  5 acres of rural charm, spring water, 24x30  workshop and mobile unit with addition.  The owner Is transferred and this property Is  ready for Immediate occupancy.'  -  MASKELLROAD $36,600.  5 acres. New road, power arranged, water Is  on. Partly finished view home of 912 sq.ft.  Full basement. A real buy for the individual  who can complete this home to his own tast.  DAY ROAD $39,600.  5 acres, nicely tread, located in fine recreation area. This 1 bedroom home would be  ideal for the weekender. Owner will finance.  SELMA PARK $49,500  A 4 bedroom familiy home. Terraced lot with  many shrubs and treat. New fencing and  excellent driveway to back of home. This is a  value buy for the indiscriminate buyer.  COACH ROAD $4000.  Must be sold. 69x282' lot in small rural  subdivision. This is a real value buy, all new  homes In area.  LOWER ROAD $12,600.  22,00 sq.ft. 315x30to139. Close to store and  beach.* Heavily treed. Road allowance on  two side. A quality tot for your new home.  | Realty World. The Home Hunters.  BOATS �����������������  ���'   AAtr-k-ktr-k-kir-ir-ir-tr-ir  MARINE SURVEYS  AND APPRAISALS  For selling, purchasing  or financing  .,    Surveys for insurance  ������    or settlement of claims  Captain W.Y.Higgs  Box 399, Gibsons, B.C.  Phones 886-9546,885-9425   or 886-2433  San Juan 24 ft. 3 sails, new Merc  Pbwer, immaculate condition,  replacement $14000 plus. $11995.  firm. Phone 886-9816.  Storage for Runabout boats,  up to 15 feet. On trailer preferred. George Bander, Shaw Rd  Gibsons. ���-..-������  17' Davidson 3 sails, 6 horse  Johnson Trailer. Exc. Cond.  Phone 886-9606 eves.  10 ' fiberglass boat, unstnkable.  886-9500 .7  24 ft. deep V lap strake cruiser  Crusader, 351 Ford rwc, 270  Volvo leg, sleeps 4, fridge stove  w oven induded. 200 hours on  complete unit, Wagner hydraulic  steering, enclosed head. Boat-  in excel cond.  1 yr old aluminum boat house,  foam floatation,'complete unit  $13,300. Boat sepetate $11,300  Call Hayden days 885-2283  or eves 885-9368 ;  12' aluminum boat, 5 hone  Johnson, oats, gas task, life  jackets, 1 yr old, $500.886-7320  16'    fiberform,    65   Johnson,  motor and trailer. $1800. Phone -  886-7274 '     i  17=/.' fiberglass jet boat, ham-  ikon pump, very low hours on  engine. Excellent hull construction, with double bottom.  Full canopy, no leg or prop  worries. F.P. $4,100 Phone $86-  2433 -   ���'777,;77^.  FORS/  MAG WHEELS  CDN Indy type, $55.00 each;  Diamond Spoke 15x68, $6S.oo  each; (Above mags to fit all cars.)  Some chrome wheels at $29.95  each. (Sorry, chromies to fit some  cars only) Price indudes Installation at the OK TIRE STORE  comer of Wharf and .Dalpila,  Sechelt. Phoor 885-3155  Good mixed hay, baled; in' the  field. Minimum 20 bales. Phone  886-2887  Propane furnace, suited 'for  1800 sq ft. $100.886-7130 X  HRESPEOALS  B13 R.W.L. Super Wides $39.95  each; F14 R.W.L. Super Wides  $49.95 each; (Limited quantity,  act fast) Above price indudea  installation at OK USE STORE  corner of Wharf and Dolphin  Street,    Sechelt.    Phone   885-  3155 ��������� . .-���������.���. ��� ,;:������������.,;  Misc household items. Phone  886-2707  MORTGAGE  FUNDS  AVAILABLE  If  you  are  thinking  of buying a house  call  ROYAL BANK  886-2201  $2,500. DOWN WILL BUY YOU  _=3^wS__.:==r=-  m f fin.  1 gg^f^g-CFr!!f?  gfrjC  yf .������-. BL,���-_���,      r������  VTttZZSSP  >-gr%*  ��� 1564 sq. ft. of living space  ��� two fully finished levels  ��� living room, dining room, Kitchen and  master bedroom upstairs  ��� close to shopping, schools and ferries  Call Gibsons  886*2277  ��� wall to wall carpeting throughout  ��� family room and two bedrooms downstairs  ��� 4 piece plumbing upstairs with ensuite  down  FOR FURTHER  INFORMATION  Now completed and ready for occu pancy  ��� situated in Gibsons  ��� these homes have a beautiful ocean  ���view .. ���  ��� all homes have balconies overlooking  the Bay area  ��� laundry and utility area built in  i  I  /  i _ ���!���?���!, 'j^j^sy^,1.1  FOR SALE CONTD��  SHOCKS  Standard, 1 inch Hydro Shocks,  $12.95 each (includes installation); Hi-Jacker Air Shdcks,  $32.oo each (installation extra  on these) OK TORE, corner of  Wharf and Dolphin, Sechelt,  phone 885-3155  Router never used, $50.00;  electric heater, S30.00; disc  sander grinder used once,  $150.00; 2 750x16 tires with  4,000 miles, $100.00. Phone  886-9041  12 ft fiberglass. Runabout, 10  hp Johnson outboard, older  but reliable. Cheap. Phone  112-291-8194 Mon-Thurs eves.  For sale - baby car seat, excellent condition, half price, $12.50  caU886-268J7  Green/blue carpet, 21x12, good  condition,, plus smaller carpets  all with underlay; G.E. dryer,  needs repair. 886-9165  Ferguson farm tractor with front  end loader $1,900 obo. Phone  S-7216eves.  Sunshine Coast News, August 10,1976  2 E78-14 tires on Rambler rims  $10;00; lschwl desk, good condition $15.00 Phone 886-7839  FOR RENTa>a>## ���  Suites for rent. Seaside Plaza.  No children ��� no pets. Phone  886-2309  For Rent: 2 bdrm, oil heat, electric stove and fridge,  near Gibsons, older - couple,  no pets. 886-9873  Gower Point: 2 bdrm cottage  completely furnished, for vacations by the week.Phcne 112-  291-8194  Gibsons waterfront: 3 bdrm, 2  bathrooms, w/w throughout,  rec room and carport, very private  $375.00 per month. 885-3547  7 rooms, furnished, immediate  possesion.Phone 886-2961 or  886-9873  Maple Crescent Apartments  1662 School Rd. Gibsons. Suites  for rent. Cablevision, parking  close, to schools and shopping.  Reasonable   rent.   Apply   suite  ���'"103^ : : ������������������       --       '���'������; ������  Modem Batchelor suites for rent;  Fridge, stove, w-w, dose to  shopping. Available immediately  and Sept. 1st. Call 886-9676, 6-9  pmoniy.  2 bdr, bungallow, partially furnished ��� fridge, stove, tables,  curtains. Carport. Available late  Aug. Port Mellon Hwy. 3 miles  north of ferry. $135.00886-2923  ANNOUNCEMENTS ���  For explosive requirements,  dynamite, electric or regular,  capsi B line E coed and safety'  fuse contact R.NOMMO Cemetery Rd. Gibsons. Phone 886-  7778. Howe Sound Fanners  , Institute.   Your Tupperware, Amway and  Metrin representative on the  Sunshine Coast: Roberta E.  Johnson. 886-2546  one blue 'Addin' sweat jacket  with white and green stripes  down sleeves. Left at lower  Gibsons tennis courts August  2nd, phone 886-7456  FOUND ��� �����������  1976 truck license plate # 38-  70-BK, Sunshine Coast Hwy,  near Langdale. 886-6290  Girls watch on Franklin Beach.  Phone 886-2551  Found: one sianiese cat, male  light creaih with brown markings,  at Roberts Creek. Phone 886-  2914  ; :    -.y  ���   >;.   . .- -.���,'  Black Cat. Shoal Lookout. Phone  886-7241  Ladies ring at Seaside, Port  Mellon. Call 884-5330  PROPERTY**!**  FOR SALE  GOWER POINT ROAD  Almost new 3 bdrm family home.  V_ acre lot, beautiful view across  Georgia Strait, 1280 sq ft full  basement, all electric heat.  Feature f/p, master bedroom  ensuite, w/w throughout. $65000.  Phone886-9066  Lot for sale on Aldersprings Rd.  . All cleared, ready for building.  Has 3 room buOding, some  fruit trees. Power and water  on. Sewer available.Phone 886-  7498.  For sale by owner: Rooming  house in Gibsons. Equipment  and furniture induded. Phone  886-9912.  Pratt and Chaster area, Gibsons.  Proposed sale price, $22,500.  Drive by and give me an offer.  Phone 88607695eves.  Soon to be constructed 1300 sq ft  full basement, double fireplace,  and plumbing, insulated double  glass windows, carport, wall to  wall carpets. Aprox $47,500  Phone 885-3773 or write to box  547. Sechelt.  Gibsons: lot, 65x130, Cochrane  Road, sewer by, phone 886-  7407 after 6pm.  Waterfront, 16 year old 3 bdrm  home on leased land, dose to  Gibsons, very good condition.  Large f/p, boat shed, anchorage  and beach. Suitable for year  round use, $35,000. Phone 112-  987-5336   7  3 bedroom house for sale, dose  to schools and shopping. Phone  886-2762    -  WATERFRONT ���" " ���  Cream colored house across  from Post Office. 48 ft. waterfront  and 310 ft long. Offers to $57,000.  Phone 112-874-9574  cIntredq<;ing'AecDog  Wfio "TaqpchedL  100Q<��tans.  WE'VE MOVED!  Drop by our new lot  across from the new  sechelt Legion.  COAST  MOBILE HOMES  Porpoise Bay Rd.  Sechelt, 865-9979  LOST i  Mr. Hynds lost $55.00 in a DVA  brown  envelope at the  Royal  Bank in Gibsons on July 28th. -  Small reward.  JOHN'S  LANDSCAPING  ��� Instant' lawne or  lawn and garden.  ��� Maintenance  ��� Complete   ooncrete   and  ���stonework.  ��� Tree pruning  ��� Sreened topsoil  ��� Bark mulch and shrubbery  ��� Complete llneof fencing  886-7152  PARAMOUNT IMCI'URKS I'RESKN'I'S  fMzWMwt����w_->itujr��oar  WED��THURSe>FRI  SAT*AUG��U,12,13,14  at8  ���GENERAL���  By owner: 3 bdrm boose, 2 bathrooms, finished rec room, patio  and sundeck.Landscaped, beautiful view. Phone 886-7274  FINISH YOURSELF OR? 3 bdrm  1120 sq.ft. plus carport with  storage, on slab. Rough framed  up with roof on. 67x123 ft lot.  Dead end street. Plumbing,  drains roughed in. Perimeter  drains roughed in. Concrete  septic tank, D box and drain  rock on site and included. Pratt,  and Chaster area. Gibsons. Proposed sale price - $22,500. Drive  by and give me an offer. Phone  8860769S evenings please. ���  By owner: view lot on Thompson  Rd. Langdale Heights. $14,900.  Phone 112-988-2442  Choice '/_ acre lot on Chaster  Road, 1,000 ft. from waterfront.  Utilities. Phone 886-2887  (Cont-bned on Page 10)  ELLIOTT GOULD  DIANEKEATON  PAULSORVINO  I Will,  I Will  ..ForNou)  MATORE  SUN ��� MON ���TUES  AUG #15,16,17  at 8pm  >  Gibsons   ^886-2827  CONSULT US FOR ALL  YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS  MEMBER ��� MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  YOUR AUTO PLAN CENTRE  ROBERTS      CREEK - Almost a full acre of natural  parkland and nestled in the  centre  Is an  attractive 5  room cottage. Twc lovely  bedrooms,;   living    room,  features  fireplace, ..sliding  glass doors to patio area.  Modem cabinet kitchen with  adjoining  spacious dining  room.   Vanity  bath,   w/w ,  carpet   throughout.    Rear  entrance from large carport  into   utility   and   kitchen.  An excellent buy at only  $49,500.  DROP IN AND SEE US  SEASIDE PLAZA  Norm Peterson ���886-2607  Phone 866-2000 ��� G-bssas, B.C.  LISTINGS WANTED -  QOWER POINT - Large  view lot, well located,  good view, easy clearing.  $6,000 down dn full price of  $13,000.  GIBSONS - Older, .. style  upper and lower duplex In  exoellent location. 2&3 bedroom respectively. On sewer  Panoramic view. Terms on  $37,5000.  BURNS ROAD - Level  66x130 lot, $12,000. Some  terms available.  GIBSONS - 3 exoellent  lots side by side one block  off highway. Use as apartment site or 3 single family  homes. On sewer. $37,000  for the three.  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  LORRIEGIRARD  886-7760  KEN CROSBY  886-2098  JONMcRAE  885-3670  Office 886-2277  SUB-DIVISION  CONSULTATION  REAL ESTATE  Toll Free 682-1513  NOTARYPUBLiC  APPRAISALS  MORTGAGES   7  HOMES  SHAW ROAD - 3 bedroom split  level home on large landscaped  corner lot. Modern kitchen, nicely  appointed living room with wall  to wall carpet. Extra large carport.  House has bright stucco exterior.  This home is priced to sell.  F.P.$44,500.  NORTH ROAD - Must be sold!  Reduced and selling now below  , appraised value. Only $0000. down  and take over payments and you get  5 fully fenced acres with a good 3  bedroom home. Ideal situation for  2 couples to purchase, raise your  own vegetables and animals. .Don't  miss the opportunity of a lifetime.  F.P. $55,500  CENTRAL  AVENUE - Granthams, *  very solid nicely remodeled 2 bdrm  up and 1 down home. Full basement,  carport, sundeck and a spectacular    ���  view.   Stove,   washer   and   dryer  Included. F.P. $34,000  GOWER POINT: WATERFRONT:  Exceptionally well built fuh basement home, fireplaose up and down,  2 full baths w gold plated taps and  many dream home extras, such as  Intercom system, thermopane windows and huge carpeted sundeck.  All on 100' waterfront just past  Gospel Rock. Basement could easily  be a full suite. Absolute privacy'  and luxury for only       F.P. $79,900.  HEADLANDS ROAD - 2 bedrooms  upstairs in this full basement  home.Orily 2 years old with beautiful landscaping, osment retaining  walls and cement driveway to large  carport. Solomon island walnut  feature wall in living room with:  view of the Bay area from the dining  room. Covered sundeck and finished  rec room are just a few of the extras  in this quality built home.  F.P. $52,900.  LOWER ROAD - Roberts Creek,  2 bedroom home on new foundation  In very deslreable area. House sits  on a 1.69 triangular lot, includes  fireplace and a huge covered sundeck. Now priced at oniyF.P. $37,000  BEACH AVENUE - Roberts Creek,  2 bedroom starter or retirement  home on 3 beautlfuNly treed park  like acres, over 1 acre deared and  fenced with corral and horse padlock  Also includes* fireplace/ patio,  separate shed andi carport.'.,.  ;,;7    F.P.$44.000  FIRST TIME OFFERED- Stewart  Road - beautiful Spanish style, 3  bedroom home 7 on 1.46 acres.  Sunken living room, fireplace,  garage and den. This is a really nice  family, single story, 1392 sq. ft.  home in a very quiet area.  F.P.$88.500.  CRUCIL ROAD-Owner most  anxious to sell. MiceSy secluded  home, close to schools, shopping  etc. 3 bedrooms, and a finished  rec room. Wall to wall carpet thru-  out, and ensuite plumbing off master  bedroom: Turf covered huge sundeck with panoramteview of Bay and  Georgia Strait. Try all offers to  F.P. $49,900  LOTS  LANGDALE RIDGE SUB-DIVISION  lot sizes average 72 rx220, approximately % art acre. Beautiful, view  properties overlooking Keats Island  and the Gap. Note the privacy of the  area serviced by cul-de-sac roads  and yet walking distance to the  ferries. Building lots ranging from  $7,500 to $13,500.  FRANKLIN ROAD - Floor to celling  fireplace creates a very homey  atmosphere in this lovely 3 bedroom  home. Level, completely fenced  back yard. Only half a block to a  good beach. Owner most anxious to  sell. Low I Low I PrioodONLY $42,500  DUPLEX ZONED LOTS - School  Road; Imagine 8 large cleared with  grass and fruit trees, lots, right in  the heart of Gibsons. Priced lower  than most single family dwelling  lots. If you are planning on building,  now is the time to purchase one of  these fully serviced lots. Compare  and buy now I 3 only �� $14,500.  5 lots & $15,500.  SECRET COVE - Just past the Jolly  Roger, with 1558 feet of highway  frontage. This 15.4 acres has a  spectacular view overlooking all of  Secret Cove. Some saleable timber.  F.P.$39,900.  1  \  SIDE BY SIDE���TWO BIG LOTS #3679  Each lot is I00'z250', some dearing done, park like  land. On Southwood Road, Redrooflfc Estates, water  and hydro available NOW. Zoned R-2, many are weekending on these lots, doing some landscaping, planning  a new home, so can you. Each lot $12,500, reduction for  a double buy.  Jack White, eves, 886-2935.  WE'RE PROUD TO SHOW :7 ���:-���'-''#3609  delightful home oh large lot. Landscaping done. Covered sundeck, car port. 2 bedrooms, acorn fireplace.  $42,000. Jack Warn. 886-2681  WATERFRONT ACREAGE MIDDLEPOINT #3639  1.8 acres of parklike waterfront with trails, arbutus,  and evergreen giants. There is a three bedroom electric  home with glassed in porch and sundeck, a guest cabin,  carport and salmon fishing aO year round. Vendor says  sell now for $83,500. Try $40,000 down with balance  over 15 years. Peter Snath, 885-9463  BOATERS ���DEEP MOORAGE #3551  Acreage, with over 700 feet of protected beach, onthe  clear waters of Malaspina Strait. Also a solid 2 bedroom  home, with water, hydro and telephone. Great far a  group to purchase and enjoy boating and swimming.  Open to offers on price of $145,000, and your terms.  Details. Peter Smith, 885-9463  ONLY $14,000 FULL PRICE #3663  For this quite new cottage in Sehna Bark,' there's a  bit of charm to this place, with it's big deck, Franklin  Heater in living room, built in Tappan range etc. On a.,  lease lot, (20 years renewable) the present cost being  only $520. per year. Beach not Car away, with boat  moorage too. Pay only $7,00 cash, balance over AVi  years at 11% (200, per moa-jhjt Could ** ��tater borne  , vfpr.youngcouple. Jack Wh-te,eves, 886-2935  YoiAPRIVAreESTV^ #3672  On the warm south slope of Roberts Creek. Five acres ���  of wooded parkland. Serviced and near beach and,  school. Three'bedroom homw with part basement,  priced right at 445,000. George Townsend, 885-3345  ROOM TO STRETCH #3614  This half acre lot wfll give you room to stretch, building  a house, grow a garden, or just loaf in the shade. If  you want an acre, buy the next lot at the same time.  . Hydro and phone by, water expected soon. Full price  $11,500. Peter Smith, 885-9463  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS L-3681  Lovely large semi-waterfront with marine breakwater .  right in front of lot. Serviced with inderground elect: ,  ricity and regional water. Ideal site fro your permanent r-  or recreation home, lovely view of Sechelt Inlet.; F.P. '  $17,000, try your down payment. Owner wil cany  balance at 9��/a %. Call Pat Murphy at 885-9487'  WANTED #3633 -  New owner to.care, for this 2 bedroom home'. Maple u  floor and corner fireplace, windows overlooking Keats  Island/Easy financing may be arranged as vendor will  carry. Offers to $31,900. Ann Ibbitson 885-2255 days.  PLAN. YOUR FUTURE ���ACT NOW #3645  $8950 invested how, assures your future niche in the  burgeoning recreation area on Sechelt Inlet. Less than  a block to easy access laundnn or walk away on hiking  trails inumerable.Hold now, build for your'-future. -  $8950 full price. Try Bob Kent, 885-9461 eves.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT >   #3492  One bedroom cottage, fully furnished, in good condition, deep water moorage, ideal for swimming, Ashing,  good value for the asking price. 438,000. Jim Wood  885-2571  5 MINUTES TO FERRIES #3652  Yet quiet and well located for the peaceful home. Lot  size 81x163.25, underground hydro and telephone  septic tank in. Vendor says bring an offer. May I show  you this property? Ann Ibbitson, days 885-2235  BUY A VERY FINE HOME _. #3662  Very well built and designed, 1325 sq.ft. of comfort.  Only 3'/. years old and immaculate, with 3 bedrooms,  familily and living rooms, utility, built in vacuum, and  leyel and finished garden, on a quiet street. See on our  T.V. Good mortgage on F.P. of $51,500. Peter Smith  885-9463  SAVEYOURMONEY #3580  At $14,000 plus $50.00 per month lease payment you  can save on this very plessent sea-view cottage dose to  good beach. Jack Warn, 886-2681  SUNNY SLOPES���JASPER ROAD #3500  The view is simply great! Lot has 208' frontage on  Jasper Road. Partially cleared. An excellent view lot  for only $12,900. Try your terms. More? R.B.Kent  885-2235 anytime.  SEAVIEW APARTMENTS #3655  Fbur-plex apartment block. Each apartment 2 bedrooms, approximately 1000 sq.ft. Plus owners 2 bedroom *A' frame 1000 sq.ft. All with view of Trail Islands  Beautifully landscaped. Ideal retirement with income.  Full price $133,000 with terms. Pat Murphy 885-  9487 eves.  .���'���''���'���'���  SECHELT VILLAGE #3670  Invest now! Build nay or later. One half acre serviced  lot on paved road. Asking 411,200. Owner will negotiate down payment and cany remainder at an attractive 10'/a% interest rate. George Townsend 885-3345  PICTURESQUE & CONVENIENT #3676  ��� Rebuilt home on double lot, on Marine Drive, Hopkins  Landing. There's a touch of class to this place, open  plan gives feeling of spadousness. Large living room  with fireplace; roomy dining area, modern kitchen,  two bedrooms, listed for 449,500. possible reduction  for cash, or terms can be arranged in several ways.  Jack White, eves, 886-2935  TO THE ENTERPENEUR #3668  Dear Sir and Madam, I have die residence for' you,  located near'Soames IBoint. Tastefully appointed 2  .bedrooms, 2 complete bathrooms, fireplace, *^rta_p  around sundeck and delightful separate guest home.  Beautiful landscaping on over 1084, only 1 block from  beach.' Make this home the buy of your life. Priced  below replacement at $69,000. Allow me to show you  at open house, Saturday, August 14, 10-12. Highway  101, Soames Road. Call Aim Ibbitson days at 885-2235  GIBSONS WATERFRONT ��651  Modern 2 bedroom with 2 more bedrooms on lower  floor, 2 fireplaces, sundeck-carport, workshop, magnificent view, asking price $64,000. Jim Wood,885-2571  IN THE MAKING #3674  Subdivision well started. Eight half acre" lots in Roberts  Creek. $45,000. Jack Warn, 86-2681  DAVIS BAY COMMERCIAL #3620  - Have you tried to find commercial property lately?  This is a motel duplex cm a fiat lot across from the finest  . beach on the coast. Westerly view of sunsets. Check  this out for'investment. By advance appointment only.  See on our video. Call Peter Smith, 885-9463  A FAR PIECE AFIELD #3650  Oyer two hectares. 15 kilometers from our office. Over  100 hectometers of Highway 101 frontage. More than  20,000 square meters. Near Pen. Hotel. Identify by  #3630. Priced $30,000 for sale via Bob, 885-2235  anytime.  SECHELT #3649  Modern family home with 2 bedrooms up and two down  Rumpus room, with fireplace, living room also with-  brick fireplace. Sliding glass doors onto sundeck  20'xl2' above carport. Level lot 120'x50'.  Full price $51,500 with terms. Pat Murphy, 885-9487  eves.   "  TO BUILD A HOME #3560  You can't do better than this wooded lot, 77'x 150'.  hear level, paved street, and very quiet. Full services?  here, 3 minute drive to good beach access. $11,500  is the price, see and compare. Peter Smith, 885-9463  FOR THE QUIET LIFE 43635  Compact near new two bedroomer. Big lot. 700' from  good beach. The ideal recreational and/or retirement  unit. Asking $37,500. Try your offer. George Townsend  885-3345  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT #3667  Excellent waterfront lot, well treed, bluff type property,  beautiful view of ocean, waterfront is not plentiful, so  check it out anc call Jim Wood, 885-2571. Price $23,000.  NEW ON MARKET  ROBERTS CREEK, HWY 101, ACREAGE #3669  Corner touches Hwy. 101, over 4Vi acres, water from creek. Two bedroom home. Rented. Value mainly in land  but consideration should be given to revenue producing aspects; Note: Full price $40,000: less than the usual  price for an ordinary house and lot. Quick. I Call, Bob Kent; 885-2235 24 hours.  SPECIAL  FEATURE  MANY OF THE PROPERTIES IN OUR CATALOGUE ARE RECORDED ON FILM. WE CAN  GIVE YOU A COMPLETE PREVIEW ON OUR  SPECIAL OFFICE TV. YOU ARE ABLE TO VIEW  MANY HOUSES QUICKLY AND LIMIT ON SITE  INSPECTIONS TO THOSE YOU FIND MOST  SUITABLE.  .  In 10  Sunshine Coast News, August 10.1976  property contd...  Acreage in Roberts Creek near  Lockyer Rd. Ph. 885-3470  MOBILE�� �� �� �� ��  1150 sq. ft. dbl wide, all carpet,  5 appliance!;, skirted and land-  scaped. Phone 886-2449  12x60 2 bdrm Pi-emier trailer.  Furn, w/w. elec. stove, fridge  washer and dryer. $10,000.  #44 Sunshine Coast Trailer Park  Phone 886-7892   Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park and Sales, Hwy 101, 1 mile  west of Gibsons. Phone 886-  9826. New and used mobile  homes on display. Fully furnished  and individually decorated.  Park space available.  Must sell this 3 bedroom 12 x  68 foot mobile home. It is set  up with a utilrtie shed as well.  We will listen to any reasonable  offer. Please phone us at  886-9992 .  12x68 1973 Diplomat, furnished  or unfurnished. Colonial throughout, in excellent condition. Owner  moving must sell. Phone 886-2797  Owners have moved out,' move  into a 1971, 3 bdrm, stove and  fridge included. Excellent condition. Make an offer. Phone  886-7422        COAST MOBILE HOMES SALES  Factory dealer for:  ��� Moduline  ��� Glen River  From 12x56 to 24x60  Bank Finance with 7% down  payment O.A.C.  15 year financing  7homesinstock  COAST HOMES Box 966, Sechelt  885-9979  Van. toll free 684-2821  EVENINGS CAII4  dave Reid 885-3859  Bill Copping 885-2084  Don Holmes 941-2937  One year young home with z irg  bedrooms and carport on lovely  view lot in West sechelt. $41,000.  Phone 885-9582  NOTICE�� ���������������  Closed for Holidays  ANNES'SCOiFFURES  ���August 10-14, re-open August  17, for appointment please  phone 886-2322  TRAVEL �� �� �� �� �� @  YOUR GATEWAYTO THE  FUN AND SUN  For aU your travfcl arrangements,  contact Lynn Szabo, graduate  of Canadian Travel College.  PLAN AHEAD  While the choice is still yours.  Let us help make your holiday  dream come true. "  PENINSULA  TRAVEL  AGENCY  Dental Block Gibsons  886-2855  Toll free 682-1513  IS IN YOUR HANDS  Special travel feature  Island petroglyphs  Petroglyphs, those mysterious  relics of pre-history, are by no  means uncommon along the  Pacific Coast from Alaska to  California. One of the most  pleasant and accessible places  for indulging in the game of  speculation about who made  these rock carvings and why is  Sproat Lake Park, eight miles  northwest of Port Alberni on  Highway 4.  Unlike Dr. Frank Boas, who  first wrote about the petroglyphs  in a Berlin anthropological journal  nearly a century ago, you won't  have to break through the Vancouver Island West Coast Jungle  of blackberry and salal, for the  Parks Branch has considerably  graded an easy trail, and even  bujlt a little dock from which  you can get a dose view of the  cliff and its carvings without  even getting your feet wet.  The carvings at Sproat Lake  have a certain grace and artistry  about them; and one can, with  a little imagination, see in them a  , dose resemblance to familiar  fish and crustaceans. One figure  in particular - the one that ex-  rites the students of Indian  mythology ��� most - appears to  represent the 'lightening snake',  called Haietlik by the local  Clayoquot people. This fearsome  creature, with the body of a  serpent and an oversized mouth  and teeth, was reputed to be  the living harpoon launched by  the. Thunderbird to slay his  adversary, Killer Whale. So  powerful a weapon was the lightening snake considered that  there was a price, of 20 beaver-  skins on his head, for the Indians  believed that even a small piece  of haietlik in a whaling canoe  would assure a kill for the ex-  The figure on the cliff at Sproat  Lake resembles those represented on chiefs' hats and the  barbs of whale harpoons.  However, latter day Indians,  closely questioned by explorers,  apparently possessed no knowledge of the carvers of the per-  roglyphs. AU of which adds to  the   puzzle.    Who   did   these  carvings and why? Were they  part of the initiation of some app-  licant for entrance into a secret  society ��� carved during a period of  enforced solitude and communication with spirits - a prepresent-  ation of he spirits with whom the  initiate had contact? or were they  a memorial of some kind?  All that is know for certain is  that the petroglyphs were carved  within the last 15,000 years,  or after the last ice age, since  otherwise they would have  been obliterated by glacial action.  Similarity of designs such as the  lightening snake to those used  in latter day garments, weapons  and basketry indicate some continuity, however nebulous,  with this remote past with which  no connecting thread exists.  What hapened to the carvers?  Were they driven out, exterminated, assimilated, or what?  your guess is probably as good as  that of the experts.  And if you choose to do your  guessing at Sproat Lake, you  can enjoy taking'your time about  it, for the other members of your  parry can be fully occupied with  swimming, boating or exploring  the rest of the park while you  indulge in a little amateur anthropology.  TRAVELLING  TO  THE  COA9T7  Why sit in a line up when  you can have a rental car  waiting for you at Langdale?  for reservations phone  (Sechelt)  688-1484  (Downtown Vancouver)  Ken's  Lucky  Dollar  NOW  OPEN  ������������������������������*���&  >������������������������*������ ���*  ��� ��� a ��� ��� ��� ��� �� ��� ��� ��� * �� ��  >������������������������������������ ��� \  ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  ��� ��� ��� a ��� ��� ��� �����  '->-��_>��  �������_��_>��  SEVEN  mSSm  WWII*  VStOR|S/  .BONfLEgS FRESH FROZEN  PORK BUTT PORK SIDE  ROAST  :,Mm^'  PORK SIDE  SPARER IBS  Canada Grade * A'Beef    (First 5 Ribs only)  PRIME RIB ROAST  REGULAR  GROUND BEEF  FULLY COOKED  COTTAGE ROLLS  CyrovaVfe's  LB  $  1.69  WW  18*  California Vine Ripe Canada #1 Grade  TOMATOES  California  RED PLUMS  RADISHES &  GREEN ONIONS  LB  LB  29  49  2  Bunches  Kraft  ..&&.&:  :X_::X:X_:%   TV.-.-.-.-.  ���.-:-ft'5ft:ft$^:Swxws;  ���X'X-X'XiXil_K��X��X��X,X'X'>>  ���.���X'X-X*X_KX*X��X*XvX��  ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� �� ��� ��� ��� ��  ���.���������.���.v.r.y.v.v.'.-.  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Heinz  BARBEQUE  SAUCE  PIZZA  MIX  16oz Btl  STEWS  Nabob or Malkin's Fancy  WHOLE  KERNEL CORN  Nabob or Makin's  APPIF 'Pure Clear'  nriTLb 48 oz Tin  JUICE  15ozTin  ;*  Kraff'Cheese'  30ozPkg  $-|b19  BABY     Heinz/Strained  FOODS    NoMeat  Jars V 9  *  JELLY  POWDERS  Nabob  Assrt  4pk0*O9  Kraft 'Vanilla'  CARAMELS  14ozPkg  i  BAB IT    Heinz/Junior    *% 7.5 oz E JS (fr:  FOODS       '"oMeW ��<Jars9,9  LYS0L  Spray Disinfectant  6.5 oz Tin  $<f09  GIBSONS  Phone      886-2257  WHEAT  PUFFS  Melograin Cereal  10ptPkg  47  SALAD  Kraft Asstd  DRESSINGS  2soz DA  btl9��3f  *  ORANGE  JUICE  Frozen  Minute  Maid  26iAoz gt A1  Tins O 9  P)E Nabob  FILLING 3.75QZ  2^89*  WHITE    Canada  VINEGAR  80 oz  128�� $1.39i  PAPER       ' isssvra  APmniiHiiA     White & Asstd  SERVIETTES ���'.****.:  39  i  STONED  Weston's  WHEAT THINS  10ozPkg  59  *  CHOICE  PEAS  Frozo  Frozen  2 lb Pkg  65  PRICES EFFECTIVE  THURSDAY AUG 12  ���   ��� ��� TO  SATURDAY, AUG 14  WERESERVETHE  RIG HT TO LI MIT QUANTITIES  r.RED:&  WHITE  V-'.:7  FOOD :���������'���.  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