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 /.'���  \ .1  According to the director of the Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, there is no problem.  with water in the Pender Harbour area.  Dr. Bruce Laing was responding to a story  in last week's Times which stated a Pender  Harbour woman had been told by a health  inspector that her water was not fit for human  consumption _and that she should boil her  water.  Dr. Laing confirmed that a test of the  water was shown a high colif orm reading; but  added that such an isolated incident was  neither uncommon nor any reason for concern. A second test at the same residence  came up completely negative.  He told The Times, "The first test came  back five out of five positive for coliform  bacilli, but the second test was okay, completely negative. An isolated five out of five is  not really any grounds for concern. You will  get a positive test with most water supplies on' ���  occasion."  Dr. Laing said information about such a  reading could have been supplied by the local  inspector, the head inspector or himself.  Unfortunately none were available when The  Times did the story on the water inspection.  The student inspector from the Gibsons office  and the inspector from the Powell River  office of the health unit did not have any information on the tests.  . One of the problems with local water  testing, Dr. Laing said, was again, the  manpower problem the local inspectors are  facing. The health unit has been trying to get  at least one and possibly two more inspectors  assigned to the Sunshine Coast area.  Dr. Laing said that as a result of the  positive test, the Pender Harbour water  board had been asked to increase the level of  chlorination in the water supply. "During the  summer there is less water and there is a  higher temperature and there is more need  for chlorination."  Dr. Laing said, "Looking at the Pender  Harbour situation, we feel it was in error to  have a big headline and give the impression  there was something wrong with the water.  We have been stepping up testing in the  Pender Harbour area. The fact that there was  one positive test doesn't alarm us just as the  fact" that there was one negative test doesn't  satisfy us. There has to be a series of tests."  Jim Payton of the Pender Harbour water  board told The Times, "We feel you have  caused us a great deal of concern. We feel a  full retraction is in order and more to our  wishing. It was bloody poor reporting."  Payton took issue with the part of last  week's story which stated the inspector had  told the Pender Harbour resident her water  was not fit for human consumption and should  be boiled.  "The statement was that if she wanted to  be perfectly safe, she should boil the water.  Those words were hers, not the inspectors."  Payton said he had been told by the area  inspector John Mullineaux that the student  inspector had denied telling the woman the  water was unfit for human consumption.  The Times contacted the woman involved -  and she repeated that when she had asked  why the inspector was taking a second test,  she was told the first test showed, "The water  Wasn't fit for human consumption." "When I  asked him what I should do," the woman said,  "he said, |Boil it'. I was quite surprised but  before I could collect my senses and ask him  more, he was gone."  Payton said there had been only two  contamination reports this year, the one in  question and another which was disregarded  because it had not been taken in a sterile  container. .  Payton said the health board had been  doing its own testing on a once a month basis  during the year and a once a week basis  during this part of the year. He confirmed  that the water board had increased the  chlorination at Dr. Laing's request and also  told The Times, "We have been working on  the water system to increase storage and we  are logging the perimeter of the lake. Later  we will be doing clearing and grubbing. This  is being done carefully and it doesn't contaminate the water in any way or form. We're  always very conscious of this."  Payton said the chlorination increase was  an annual thing. We increase the chlorine as'  soon as we get the first indications," he said.  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granth  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove,' Pender Hrb'��� Madeira 'Park, Garden Bay  ams Landing,  Irvine's Landii  Phone  885-3231  Union o^-cass*-"1 Label  This Issue 14 Pages���i5o  mmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmt^^^^m      . ���������**���        , m, ,**����, a^lfc  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 13 ��� No. 39  Wednesday, August 25,1976.  An apparent attempt by the federal  government to give Canadian Indian bands  more autonomy, political power and  economic base has met with approval by the  Sechelt Indian Band.  After reading a summary of a report-  recently adopted by the cabinet, Councillor  Gilbert joe of the band said he was impressed  by the intent of the document.  The report which was prepared by the  Minister of Indian Affairs and adopted by  cabinet is, "based on the concept of Indian  identity within Canadian society rather than  a separation from society or assimilation into  it," the report states.        ,  It says the federal government is pursuing  a redefinition of its relationship with the  country's 280,000 status Indians, "to make  them equal partners with all Canadians while  safeguarding their unique and inherent  rights."  The report says the relationship would be  based on Indian identity within Canadian  society through group continuity, political  change, personal fulfillment, social equity,  envirpnmental concerns and economic  strength.  One item in the report which was of great  interest to the Sechelt Indian Band, Joe said,  was the statement, "The widest opportunity  would exist for local autonomy and control of  Indian affairs within Indian communities."  "Although I haven't had time to study,this  report," Joe said, "It sounds to me like the  federal government ls looking at a  recognition of local bands as an entity and,  this is, of courso, whnt we have always  strived for across the country."  Joe said he, personally, would like to see a  system where local government power was  turned over to bands when they had obtained  a certain level. "This," he said, "would  prevent inexperienced bands ��� from being  taken advantage of. "v  "The, Sechelt Band have reached a level  where the Indian Act and the lack of local  authority have made us realize there has to  be decentralization under the Indian Act to  get authority down to our own level to better  our economic position."  Talking about political strength, Joe said  the country's Indians are scattered and being  such a minority had little real political power.  He suggested a system like that in New  Zealand where the Mauris have their own  members of parliament to give them some  political strength.  On economic strength, Joe said, "The  obvious situation now is Indian bands don't  have an entity, any legal authority to process  the natural resources within their own bands.  The present system provides no incentive.  This talk about management and control by  local bands is really a great stride."  The report also calls for the establishment  of a Canadian Indian Rights Commission,  establishment of a government subcommittee of three government ministers  and three Indian leaders to work at the policy  level. It also calls for continued recognition of  Indian status, treaty rights and special  privileges Including land claims settlement.  Vowing to, "do away with the paternalism  of the past," the report says the current  course of action must derive from consultations with Indian groups directly concerned."  Sechelt village office has received  $r)0,5rj7.07 In provincial grants over the past  month while Gibsons received $33,100,  Money from the provincial government for  Home Owner grants claimed In June came to  $25,0211,07 while $1,000 was given to the village  for an increase In population under tho  Revenue Sharing per capita grant program.  The village also received the $30,000 given  to every municipality under the Busk-  Revenue Sharing program.  A cheque for $700 was sent to the village by  the Department of Municipal Affairs for  housing starts In the first quarter of 1075. Tho  Department gives $100 for each housing unit  started.  The village office also collected Its local  government grant for June, The grant, $2,229  per month, Is given to the vlllugc every month  from April to December.  In a letter to the Gibsons mayor, Hugh  Curtis, minister of municliwd affairs, said tho  enclosed $33,100 represented the basic $30,000  grant and the first of six Installments of tho  village's share of per capita grant and  operating expenditures formula grants.  Noting that they sent $3,100 out of  $20,500,000, Alderman I-alng commented, "I  think they sent the wrong portion,"  The- Sunshine Coast will have a full  complement of health nurses by September.  Dr. Bruce Uilng, director of the Coast  (inrlhaldi Health Unit told The Times, he Imd  received word from Victoria thnt the health  nur.se staff would lx; increased to two full time  and one half time nurse by September.  Dr. l-nlng said the new nurses would  arrive In time to set up a complete program In  GEESE FLY south for the winter  around this time of year, but  Snowbirds can usually be seen around  Abbotsford. Times staffer Neil  Beckett caught this shot* of the  Snowbirds as they flew over the  Abbotsford Air Show recently. The  Snowbirds Were one of 40 acts on the  bill for the 15th annual show which  attracted a record 133,800 persons to  the three day event. The airshow is  the largest of its kind in the world.  More photographs are carried in  today's Times.  ��� Timesphoto by Neil Beckett  .  There is a good possibility the Sunshine .  Coast will be getting a new police boat.  The area has been without a large boat  since the MV Duncan was taken out of service  about three years ago. It had been stationed  in the Madeira Park area. Sechelt RCMP  learned last week, it had been recommended  that they receive the 33 foot MV Advance.  Cpl. Bill Van de Braak who had been in  charge of the MV Duncan when it was here  said lie would like to see jthe advance come to  the area.  Cpl. Van de Braak said the Advance has  been in dry dock during the past two years  during which time it underwent a complete  refit and-major structural changes.  "The boat is fibreglas," he said, "and has  twin engines.,It is completely electronically  equipped. They have reshaped the top of the  hull to give it more flare an stability. They've  added a flying bridge to it as well. It was a  fine vessel before-they started the refit and  now I think it will he even better."  Cpl. Van de Braak who has his marine'  masters ticket and is qualified to operate any  of the larger RCMP boats, has skippered the  Advance many times as a relief captain.  Sgt. Peter Church of the Sechelt RCMP  said he was told that the recommendation had  gone through that the Advance be sent here  and he was told that no reason could be  foreseen why it wouldn't be stationed here."  The sergeant said the possibility of the  boat coming here could set up a very comprehensive system of water policing.  "With the Advance stationed somewhere  on the outside (Georgia Strait side of the  Peninsula) we could easily cover that area.  This Would put us in a position to make an  agreement with Gibsons RCMP that we  would cover that area when needed in ex  change for use of their inland watertransport  when needed on the lakes or in Sechelt Inlet."  >   Gibsons inland water transport is an 18  foot trailerable jet boat.  "The larger boat would mean we could go  out in weather that would prohibit the use of  the IWT," Sgt. Church said.  The sergeant said that when the Duncan  was taken out of service, Cpl. Van de Braak  and Constable Bob Prest who had been the  crew on the Duncan' remained with the  Sechelt detachment. He said there was a good  possibility they would be pressed into marine  service again. "This could open a whole new  area for the Sunshine Coast," he said, "in that  they would be available to give safety lectures, boating instruction and that kind of  thing." He added there was also the  possibility that one or two men may be added  to the detachment as marine back up.  Uie urea's schools. There wan some concern  that school programs would have to be cut  Ixiclt because of a lack of health nurse staff.  One  nurse  retired and  another resigned.  According to Dr. Inning, the Information  eame down from the senior nursing consultant for the province.  "The protesting Hint the health board and  other groups did has helped," Dr. I-alng snld.  After he had sailed the Atlantic solo, it  took a hurricane to stop Reg Evans.  The West Sechelt man is resting at home  after bis 30 foot motor ketch Greensleeves  went down in a hurricane off the coast pf  Mexico last week. Evans and son Tony were  picked up by a tuna fishing boat 500 miles off  the coast of Mexico after the ketch capsized in  Hurricane Hyacinth.  Evans was on the second leg of a sailing  journey, the first part of which saw him sail  solo across the Atlantic. He was joined by his  family in tho Carrlbean and son Tony was to  sail back with him through Panama and up  the West Coast to B.C.  After picking up the two, the tuna boat  weathered a second hurricane and rather  than heading for Its U.S. home it put In at  Panama. The Evans' flew homo from there,  arriving last Thursday.  Next week's Times Will carry a full story  on Evans' voyage.  Council fries  personal touch  Sechelt council again discussed the  problem of Robert Haley's fence at their  August lll meeting, and decided to try tho  personal touch.,  Council members agreed that Uio fence  does not contravene the zoning by-law, but  Uiat It does stop motorists from seeing oncoming traffic at the corner of Trail and West  Porpolso Bay (Anchor.)  "I'm sure we can como to somo mutual  agreement," Thompson said, "Although I  don't know wlwt It will be,"  "Go and see him and exercise your  charm", Alderman Dennis Shuttleworth  suggested,  Council agreed to postpone further  discussion of tho problem until Alderman  Thompson had arranged a meeting with  Haley,  Leon Mandrake, Mandrake the  Magician, doesn't use the word magic to  describe Ws performances.  "It Is the art of stage," he says, "I don't  mink I like the word magic. Icall it Imaglc  because when you sec something you add  your Imagination and you come up with  the picture tho way you see It. So I call the  show now imaglc."  Mandrake was in Gibsons last week  doing an episode of Uie Beachcombers In  which he plays a travelling magician.  "I've been rehearsing the part all my  life," he notes.  While In Gibsons he.gave two public  performances at Granthams landing  Hall, one atfl p.m. August 19 and one nt 10  a.m. August 20.  "This Is my week," lie explnjns.  "Today I'm ln n small town, they know I'm  In town. Next week someone else will be In  town and I'll bo in somo other town."  Mandrake describes his magic as '*an  art that often amuses, sometimes surprises, sometimes Instructs and always  entertains."  "It stimulates the sense of wonder," he  adds. "Sometimes we seem to lose It a bit.  AH of a sudden nothing Is wonderful,  where everything Is wonderful. So, with  my toys 1 say lt, and it stimulates the sense  of wonder,"  He enjoys his audiences. "It's like  saying, let's play a game together nnd I  will hide Uie way It's done und you have to  guess at It and I'm not going to help you.  Or If you're not In that mood, If you're not  In a mood to lie curious, sit back and relax  and lose yourself in a little fnntnsy. You  know It's not real, but Just for n couple of  hours we'll play it like It's real."  He is, he says, a host to his audiences.  "If the audience Walks out smiling and  laughing, I've done my job. After all, they  just did me the honour of coming to see  me. They came In their own transportation, they came in their own way,  and as a host I want to make them glad  they came."  He doesn't prepare shows anymore. "I  start to sense or feel whnt the audience  wants frorn me. You're sort of like a  mirror that reflects Uie audience."  He describes his audience in Gibsons as  "wonderful."  "I enjoyed them no end," he said. "You  see, I get to see the show from the stage. I  was watching their, expressions. They  were a tremendous cast, my whole  audience. I got to sec the little kids, all  dressed up, all excited, sitting on the edge  of their seats. Someone else is sitting back  thinking, 'oh yea?' "  He takes his billing as 'The world's  ���See Pnge A-3  IT WASN'T pulling a rabbit out of n packed Inst week when Mundrako  hat; but making a french poodle out of performed a free show. Tho magician  balloons was enough to keep a Jam- was in Gibsons for the filming of u  med  Granthams Community  Hnll Beachcombers segment. / I _  _i/  \h  ;      /  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 25,1976  mmmamaaamaatBaaamammmemBm^aBat  The Peninsula^^06  Don Morberg, Managing Editor-  of  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian  evety  other  right  that free  men  prize."  ��� Winston Churchill  It only made a small news item on the  front page of today's Times: but the  provincial department of health has  loosened the purse strings slightly and  we will not go short on our public health  nurse staff next year. This should come  as welcome news, particularly to the  school trustees who were concerned that  the staff cut might mean a cut back in  the health programs offered through the  schools/  Word now is.that both vacancies will  be filled.  That leaves only one major  deficiency in the government's health  care for the Sunshine Coast. There still  has not been any progress on the hiring  of additional health inspectors to look  after the pressing needs of the Sunshine  Coast.  Perhaps as the department of health  has granted the area one concession,  another is a possibility.  propriate  READER'S RIGHT  It seems somehow appropriate that  as Sechelt RCMP were receiving a  telephone call informing them that it  had been recommended that they  receive a 33 foot boat to be stationed oh  the Sunshine Coast, on another  telephone line the RCMP were phoning  around to locate a boat suitable enough  to make a run out into Trail Bay to  rescue a boat which was in trouble. .  For the past few years, the RCMP  management have been debating the  relative merits of their marine patrol, a  debate which saw the  MV Duncan  removed from the Pender Harbour area.  Now it appears the RCMP have  reversed that decision and are sending  another large boat to the Sunshine  Coast. We think this is a good idea. The'  small, fast boats have their advantages;  but they have their disadvantages as  well. The prime one being that they can  .not make runs in heavy weather, the  kind of weather that other boats of  similar size get into trouble in.  The Sunshine Coast can only grow as  a marine recreational area, so we sin-,  cerely hope the large boat finds a permanent home here.  you  A special thank  from fishing derby  ��)^S  "millllteS byDon Morberg  By DON MORBERG  Ah, the thrill of the hunt, the excitement of  the chase, the glory of the kiU and the  ultimate reward, the feast. Went oyster  hunting on the week-end.  Now, I'm no beginner at oyster hunting. I  mean just because I grew up in a farming  community, doesn't mean I don't know the  ins and outs of the seashore. We used to go to  White Rock on sunny summer afternoons and  get sand in our hot dogs. I'know aU about  beaches.  _,,k I, also know a little about oyster hunting. ,  You "need special weapons to hunt oysters.'  You need a thick leather gloye. Work gloves  work well. Catchers mitts don't. Also you  need some kind of something to poke into the  oyster to intimidate him into opening his  shell. An oyster knife is designed for this  purpose, so I don't have one. I do have,  however, a skin diving knife, which will, I was  told, will work.  Two more things are needed. One is a tide  book because dragging oysters out of three  feet of water is a bummer. The final item in  your arsenal should bea calendar. That's  necessary in order to determine whether or  not the oysters are edible. An old wife told me  that if you eat oysters in a month which has  an 'R' in it, you'll die. Another told me that if  you eat them on any other month, you'll die.  Still another told me that lt doesn't matter, so  maybe we'll make that optional.  OYSTERS hide on rocky beaches. They  skulk between the rocks and wait for unwary  passers-by. Then they leap put and nip them  on the ankles. I've seen lots of people come up  from the beaches with bleeding ankles.  Barnacles are also bad for this,  So, not only are you going to have a good  meal the end of your hunt, you're also doing  Uie bathers a favor in ridding the beach of this  menace.  We arrived at the site nt 10:56 a.m. which  was about a minute before low tide. The  whole ride there had been filled with stories of  people who had eaten raw oysters and lived.  We bounded the beach and I selected a nlco,  fat oyster.  SLIPPING my shining blade from its  sheath, I turned Uio critter over 42 times  looking for a place to slide the knife ln. I  didn't know God made one piece oysters.  According to what Mr. Hardy taught us ln  Science Q, oysters have a two piece shell; but  I don't think Mr, Hardy ever visited this area.  After whittling on this one for a minute or  so, I tossed It away and selected one that  looked a llttlo flatter. A flat shell, I reasoned,  had to havo an edge and somewhere In tho  middle of that edge Is tho place where tho two  shells fit together. After a microscopic  examination, I sat down on n rock nnd Inserted the blade Into the place where I  thought tho seam should be. I pushed and  pushed and pushed until the shell chipped, tho  force drove tho knife blade across the palm of  my gloved hand. Now I know why I was told to  wear tho leather glove, The cut was practically through the leather and would have  The PENiNsuLA7^��e4  Published Wediicddiiys al Seoncll  on II.C'.'NSiindlilneCoiisI  / by.  The Peninsula Times  lor Wcstprcs Publications Ltd.  nl Seehell, B.C.  box 310��� Sci'holl. B.C.  PhoneHflS.,12,11  Siihscriptlon Rata: (In advance)  l,<>cal,.'$7 per year, Hiiyond .15 miles, $H  U.S.A., $10. Overseas ,1*11.  made a sore hand if the leather hadn't been in  the way.  SMASHING an oyster open with a rock is  not cool, so I held myself back ahd resumed.  After an hour or so of gouging, I actuaUy got.  the knife blade between the shells. That's .,  when the oyster did a really mean thing. It  wet on me.  I WAS furious. I wrenched the oyster out of  his sheU and strangled him.  In what seemed like only a few hours, we  had damn near half a cup of oysters and  decided that was enough; After aU, who were-  we to upset the ecological balance by taking  more than our share. Besides, it was raining.  THE FEAST which followed was little  compensation. It was topped by a comment  by someone who wasn't even in on the hunt.  He said, "Hey, really good. You should have  gotten more."  Someone once described a fried oyster as a  layer of cracker crumbs, an oystery taste and  another layer of cracker crumbs.  Two ways to cook oysters, I thought. One  was to wash them and the other was not to  wash them. The first, I was told, was better  because it removed all the bits and chunks of  broken shell, sand, pearls, bits of human flesh  and leather gloye and any other flora or fauna  which one finds in sea food. The second way  removed all the' above mentioned plus the  flavor, I was told by someone else. Hate to  think the flavor is only provided by sand and  sheU bits.  I wash them/otherwise I consume more  sand than one finds in a White Rock hot dog  and although a chicken may need gravel to  aid in its digestion, I'm not ready to give up on  my digestive juices.  I DID actually learn a good way to cook  the little rascals. Smash up an egg (after  removing the shell) and dip the little beggers  in it. Then quickly transfer them to a bowl of  bread or cracker crumbs and then into a hot  frying pan lubricated with butter. It ain't  fancy; but then who ever saw a formal oyster.  We mixed up enough egg (what do you do  with the other half of an egg?) and enough  crumbs from a cracker and covered all the  , oysters and fried them.  Tho day was iced by one klutz who had not  participated ln the hunt; but was around for  tho feast, "Hey, really good," he said, "You  should liave gotten more."  Poet's Corner  ~-Your contributions an InvtttA  DANNY'S POEM  WRITTEN FOR DANNY HURREN AGE 7  MARCH, 1975.  I sut there by the fireside  With a young child curled up in my lap  Wc watched tho blue-gold flames  Dance  He told mo stories of yesterday  And love  And I thought  'I wish my children could share  This moment with us...'  1 wrapped my arms  Around his tiny body  And kissed his d,,rk brown hair  Wishing, dreaming  As the brlllant flames  Died to amber embers  Tho young child nestled closer  To my breast  The almost silent music of the fire  Had lulled him to sleep  We shared peace, contentment  I wished, 1 dreamed no longer  , For I was home.  Anna Uttham  Editor, The Times;  Sir: re: The Pender Harbour Hotel's first  Fishing Derby. 7    .  We wish to thank the foUowing people for  their participation in making the Pender  Harbour Hotel's first annual Fishing Derby a -,  complete success. -���   ���*.������������  Trail Bay Sports, Sechelt; Madeira  Marine, Madeira Park; Ted's Blasting,  Pender Harbour; Rod Webb Contracting,  Pender Harbour; Holiday Market, Madeira  Park; George Taylor's Store, Garden Bay;  Lord Jim's Lodge, Secret Cove; Coho Marine,  Madeira Park; IGA Store, Madeira Park;  Royal Bank, Madeira Park; Legion (Branch  112), Madeira Park; Garden Bay Hotel,  Garden Bay; Ernie's Esso, Francis Peninsula; Hansons' Store, Francis Peninsula;  Pender Harbour automotive, Madeira Park;  Coast Music and Games & Kwatma Vending,  Gibsons'; AC Rentals, Pender Harbour and  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  Also the many people that donated their  Federal cuts  ]ustr.non'8enset  The Tunes,  Sir: Tommy Douglas put it very well when  he said: "A. nation which is not prepared to  make adequate health services avaUable to  aU its citizens regardless of their national  income or residence is a nation which is in  danger of losing its vision, and where there is  no vision, the people perish.  He was commenting on the effect of Bill C-  68 which the federal Liberals passed near the  end of the recent session of parliament to  reduce the federal contribution to provincial  health plans. .  He predicts that the poorer provinces wiU  be driven to tax the sick through higher  service charges. The poorer provinces won't  get as much revenue from their share of 'tax  points' which Ottawa is granting, so we wiU  be penalizing Canadians who live outside our  wealthy centres.  The whole idea of tying federal contribution to health plans to the national  product is nonsense because people ^don't stop  getting sick or injured just because the  economy slows down. We can put off building  public works In a bad economic year, but  would you want to put off an operation?  The federal Liberals have shown a hard  heart again with Bill C-68���just as they did in  delaying the start of a national health care  program for all Canadians after Uie CCF first  proposed It.  Richard von Fuchs  Courtenay  time and enthusiasm for our first endeavor.  Jim Murray, B.C. Salmon Derby; Bob  Coolidge, Kinsmen Foundation; Joan  Westenberg, Kinsmen Foundation; Barry  Fondry, Pres. Kinsmen Foundation; Chief  Kot-La-Cha Capilano Reserve; Mrs. Ethel  Plant, Madeira Park; Norman Wilson,  Madeira Park; George &. Olive. Walker,  Vancouver; Norman McGrath (the barbeque  Chef)," Vancouver and the Lions Club,  Madeira Park, and many, many, others too  numerous to mention.  Thank you all again!  The Staff of the Pender Harbour Hotel.  Also from the lucky winners of the Derby,  The Kinsmen Foundation and most of aU the  handicapped people who will benifit by the  generosity shown by the participants and the  kindness of the people involved.  The Madeira Park family, who's water  problems were discussed at length in the  column previous to this are now feeling much  happier. They were informed some time  during the day this newspaper was published  that the second sample of the water tested  from their home was fit for human consumption.  Very pecurliar, no? As I say, this is unconfirmed but I find out the true story in  due time. At any rate, we should all be  relieved. It's nice to know that the authorities  concerned with our water can change bad  water to good in a few short days. Enough  said on the subject. Let's hope it never  happens again. *  IT SEEMS to me that all my friends who  congregate in the Legion when I am on duty  pick on me aU the time.  The latest cruncher was when I was asked  if I knew who invented the Limbo. At my  naive and innocent 'no' I was informed, with  gales of laughter that it was a Scotsman who  was adept at getting into pay toilets with out  paying! Lord help us, I find myself cringing  whenever I see that gang enter the Legion.  What next? is my thought. I guess I'll have to  sharpen my wits and beat them at their own  game, but I never seem to be ready for them.  One of these days the worm wiU turn, then  look out, you guys.  I do have one consolation. Two of my  regular needlers, Myrtle the cook and Doris  the Scoop are heading for Reno next month,  so I will have a nice quiet week or so then. I  hope.  Today (Wednesday) was lovely.. I though  how nice it would be to have a month or so of  the same, but I notice it is clouding over  again. Oh well, maybe September . . .  I guess I'm kidding myself. There seems  to be a lot of leaves oh the ground already and  friend Harry Munro informs me he saw a  largejlock of ducks flying south when he was  out fishing recently. :  I myself observed an unmistakable sign of  impending cold weather. When I got up this  very morning I was startled by a strange  sound filling the house. Full of foreboding I  traced the source and found the furnace had  kicked on. You got to hand it to that.furnace,  it knows better than you or I wheji, the  weather is cool.  It's strange how that clever furnace affected me. Instead of reading a magazine or  novel while I drank my coffee I found myself  poring though a store catalogue searching for  bargains in snow tires, anti-freeze and batteries. It does seem ridiculous doing this so  early in the year. MaybS I should turn the  thermostat down to zero and kid myself it is  stiU summer. I wonder where I stored my  winter woolies?  BEING AN OLD soccer player from way  back, I was flattered when I was asked to help  coach a men's soccer team presently playing  and practicing in the Madeira Park area.  Unfortunately I simply haven't the time  but the team, which has a roster of 18, would  dearly love to have coaching help. If anyone  would like to coach or help in any way please  get in touch with Sue Kammerle of Madeira  Park.  A FINAL word to parents who have had  children under their feet for the past few  weeks. Be of good .cheer, your travail is  nearly over and spare a thought for school  personnel who will have the little darlings  every day until Christmas. And you think you  have problems.  Sechelt News Notes  Editor, The Times;  Sir: Although wo reside Intermittently  year round, we nre known as summer  residents. We're wondering if permanent  residents know Uie costs of Installing a sewer  ��� Individual costs, that Is.  We are presently 'hooklng-up' to sewer in  Surrey. This is our estimate:  Connection clinrge $150; permit and inspection fee $10; scpt|c Inspection fee $5;  pump septic tank $35;.fill septic tank with  sand $18; contractor's estimate ($4.50 x 130')  $585 ($4.50 per ft. Includes pipe and gravel,  digging trench, laying pipe, etc.)  So, In Surrey our estimate is $003,  On the Sunshine Coast It will bo more If one  compares the differences In other job costs.  Then there's the yearly maintenance f co of  $70.00.  Some areas cannot support septic systems  ��� but Sechelt? The drainage Is great! Per-  culatlon tests are less than two minutes.  Someone discovered effluent floating but  did they stop to think It could be from a boat?  Septic tanks don'tdiscbargo gobs of gunk. If a  septic system Isn't working properly, your  neighbour's nose soon learns of it nnd you  liave it repaired.  Sechelt, you're being bamboozled, Roberts  Creek, you're going to help pay for It.  Mary Opeushnw  Surrey  Compliments to  Hospital, RCMP  Editor, The Times;  Sir: I am a Canadian, now resident in  Australia, who has lived and worked in widely  separated parts of the world.  -'   During a camping trip on the Sechelt  peninsula my son became seriously ill.  I wish to acknowledge the very prompt,  efficient and friendly assistance given by the  staff of St. Mary's Hospital and the kindly  assistance of the Sechelt RCMP and I express  my deep thanks.  The people of this area are the most open,  friendly and accommodating of any I have  encountered anywhere.  NeUHillhouse  From the pulpit  By PASTOR GERRY FOSTER  Last week we considered teenage drinking  and noted that it is becoming a very serious  problem. Today we want to consider some of  the reasons why high school students drink.  Why do high school students drink ? Here  are some of the answers given by students  from four Vancouver high schools who were  asked that question: "To have a good time...  It relaxes tension... It changes tilings... It's  a social thing ��� everybody drinks . . . It is  something to do to pass the time ... It's  something to build up your confidence when  you're not sure of yourself... To calm my  nerves ... I don't know why I drink. I don't  think about it."  Space does not permit a thorough analysis  of these answers but two or three tilings seem  obvious. Firstly we have an inner heed which  Can be met only by something outside of  ourselves. Secondly, in ourselves we are not  complete, someUiing Is missing. Thirdly,  alcohol Is a means of escape from our present  circumstances. It is one of many artificial  stimulants being used today to help us cope  with the tremendous tension we all experience in our society.  But consider these Biblical statements:  Jesus said, "whoever drinks of the water Uiat  I shall give him will never thirst" ... He also  said, "come to mo all of you who are weary  and burdened, nnd I will give you rest" ...  "and wc know that In all things God works for  Uie good of those who love Him, who,liave  been called according to His purpose."  Teenager, you need an experience with  God through Jesus Christ. Jesus is reality, He  completely satisfies and He gives purpose  nnd meaning to your Ufo.  A salute and thank you is due to nine gals  who service the village of Sechelt and at the  same time aU of the Sunshine Coast as they  impart information from the Tourist Booth.  The Tourist booth is located at Peninsula  Motors, (next to the Hospital) giving out info  to, visitors, tourists and local residents who  wish to travel out from here.  Chairman of Tourism for the Chamber of  Commerce is LU Fraser and the ladies  working with her are most knowledgeable,  many with great experience elsewhere with  the travel industry. Alice Murray is one such  person who has shared her vast experience,  giving a five hour counselling program at the  start of the season. Others of this group of  high calibre volunteers are: SheUa Steward,  Jean Ferrie, Mamie Shaw, Ethel Jure, EUen  Berg, Marie Hoffar and secretary^Ann Shaw.  , \ The booth closes Aug.Wthen oh Sept. 1 the  ladies will have a seasons ending meeting and  get together at the home of their chairman LU  Fraser. At this time the summer's work wiU  be rehashed with suggestions how to improve  the service. This is the time if the public has  any ideas they wish to present to the ladies to  do so. There work is on behalf of the citizens  and business people, they do it well.  The North Vancouver Business and  Professorial Women's Club spent a pleasant  day at the home of one of their member's now  living in Sechelt, Lil Fraser. While the day  was one of those not so summer days we have  been experiencing, it was a great day for a  cozy fire in the huge fireplace.  Present on this Saturday, August 14 were  PEGGY CONNOR 885-9347  President Dorothy Scott, Elsie Mann, Betty  Nookes, Hazel Rimmer, Irene Fisher,  Margret Ramsay, Geraldine Wilshire from  North Vancouver. B and P women living here  were Jean Ferrie, Helen Talbot and LU  Fraser. These business people are weU  acquainted with tourism and travel so much  of their discussions round the fire was on this  subject with many good ideas tossed around.  Back home in Sechelt after a wonderful  summer holiday in Germany is Mrs. Eleanor  Biernacki. A grand visit with her sister in  Hamburg, then a visit to Munchen the site of  the Olympic games four years ago and the  home of her brother. Mr. Biernacki's fondness for his garden kept him happy at home.  Once again high praise for Air Canada for  making everything beautifuUy pleasant.  A shower was held recently at the home of  Mrs.'Dorothy MUes .of Hobefts Creek, in  Tiohor of Mrs. Norma Potter's forthcoming  first chUd. Norma is one of Uie volunteer  hairdressers at the hospital and many of her  feUow workers were there as well, as' other  friends. Attending were, Bea Rankin, Evelyn  Pinel, Lynn Brandys, Susan Brandys, Mary  Orre, Yvonne Eggins, Muriel Eggins, Erna  Cole, Olga Johnson, Moraine MUes, Susie  Miles, Doris Cameron, Elaine McLean, Cindy  McLean, Lynn Pike, Sandy Eidet, Ermin  Robertson, Evelyn Hemstreet. Participating  but unable to attend were Alice BiUingsley  and Sylvia Jackson.  Jeffrey Redman passed with Honours, his  Royal Conservatory of Music Grade Seven  Pianoforte examination. Jeff is the pupil of  his Uncle, Sidney Redman, West Sechelt.  GIBSONS MOTORS LTD.  Your Comploto Service Station  RUST YOUR  "OUR REPUTATION  SPEAKS FOR ITSELF"  father report  August 14 - August 20.  August 14  12  August 18 ,.,   August 10   August 17   August 18   August 10   August 20   Week's rainfall - 42.7  August rain - 04.0  1970 rain - 037.7.  This Labor Day Weekend visit the  SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5 & 6  Spontorad by th��  Powttll Rlvor  Agricultural Atioc  Lo I  IiPrcc.  , 12 19  nil  . 12  10  14.2  ,11  14  4.1  , 12 10 trac��  .11  19  6.4  ,13  13*  18.0  ..11  20  nil  Enjoy the beautiful scenery of our Sunshine Coast and  all the fun of the fair at the 1976 Powell River  Exhibition ,.. something for everyone  Cooking fi Baking etc.  Commercial Displays  Clubs fi Organisations  Art* fi Crafts  Llvostock Section  ���All sorts of Draws  Stage Shows ��very  Fun filled Midway  dav  all this and more walling for you tn Powell River  k > -���  v  x~  '-^-���*��������������������� ��� .-k^%A- V-a  I     ->*,,-9'l  *1  VANCOUVER CANUCKS' Rick Blight played at Sechelt Reserve field August Association for the Mentally Retarded,  leans into a pitch in a softball game 15- The game collected $145 to be Canucks won the game 9-8. John Gould is  between the Canucks and the Old Timers   donated   to   the   Sunshine   Coast   on deck. , ���Timesphoto  ^t%*.,?iiS  A-J-Ct-.  A LITTLE clowning around never hurt  anyone and it didn't seem to bother Val  August in particular as he makes a catch  despite a charge from Dennis Kearns of  the Canucks who ran all the way from  third base to harrass the outfielder.  Herb August looks on amused.  ��� ��� Timesphoto  MEMENTO of their visit to the Sunshine  Coast was presented to representatives  of the Vancouver Canucks following  their exhibition softball game with the  Old Timers. Here Joe Benner, one of the  sponsors of the local team, presents the  hand-painted plaque to Chris Odleffson,  left, and Don Lever of the Canucks.  rt0h^^?7f^^^_'K,W'jj'My''m*',%^jfc^'.'m;' ���TfjMH::< Mttk: 9Jh" tf tY^^sW H 'H '' BVk HB| M.'i'1^ I;. w/**]:mP^XXX~'tf^^: HbHj ^^ I ss^Bsl ^^^hT ^P^/��  IfSAtlSii  RENTALS  SERVICE  885-3258  Olflco Supplies and Stationery  Filing Cablnots  Office Furnlturo  Typewriters ��� Adlor, SCM, Olympla, Olivetti  Calculators ��� Adlor, Mllda  Complete Stenographic Sorvlcos  Telephono Answering Sorvlco  ��� Gestotnor Reproductions  ��� Electronic Stoncll Cutting  ��� Rubbor Stamps  <^*H  CHELT   fiiiFFICE  Wharf Rd.  Socholt  ERVICES  P.O. Box 883  CHEQUE for $145 was turned over after  the exhibition game between the Vancouver Canucks arid the Old Timers  played in Sechelt August 15. Here Don  Lever of the Canucks turns over the  cheque to Ross Dixon of the Old Timers  at a get together after the game. The  cheque is to be passed on to the Sunshine  Coast Association for the Mentally  Retarded. In the background are  members of both teams.  MORE ABOUT . . .  �� The, art of magic imagic  ?    "��� ���From Page A-l  most famous living magician' with a large  dose of salt.  "You'U notice," he points out, "It  doesn't say anything about being the  best."  The use of his name, Mandrake the  Magician, in a comic strip, has both helped  and hindered his" career.  "The comic strip," Mandrake explains,  "is a great work of art, conceived in the  minds of two artists. I would certainly say  nothing to take away any of their work.  The magician they created did fabulous  things. He went into outer space. When the  war started down here they took him onto  outer space where there was peace. They  were beautifuL"  "But," Mandrake continues, "I am  earthbound. I'm not a comic. You can't  draw it. I must use the tools I have and do  Uie things I do. If you become an image in  people's ntfrids you're not real. And I  assure you I am real."  Mandrake first started on the stage  when he was 11, "And I've tried to stay  here ever since," he says.  "I think everyone is born with  knowledge and talent. And some people  grow things, they do magic with the  ground. I haven't got a green thumb. I  can't even grow good weeds. Everyone has  different talents. Mine seems to be entertainment. I sometimes feel like I was  born a magician with aU the knowledge of  all that those in my field put in me. I don't  know," he muses. "But when I'm working  I 'm happy, I think I'm doing the right  Job."  After finishing the Beachcombers  episode Mandrake will travel to New  York, comblnjrig an engagement with his  first chance to see his first grandchild.  After New York ho will be playing at a  three day agricultural fair in Clovcrdale  "a nice little low-gear fair with tho cows  and tho pigs, it's very nice," nnd at  colleges ln Montreal and Edmonton.  "They must like me because they keep  inviting mc back."  "I know it's not a popular phrase," he  says, "But to mc it's all magic, everything  is magic."  "Just waking up In Uie morning, I have  another day to spend. I can do anything I  wnnt to, go anywhere I want on my own  feet. It's n wonderful feeling of, well, I call  it Imagic," ho concludes.  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  ���    Wednesday, August 25,1976  CARS van  headed here  The Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism  Society's occupational therapy van will be on '  the Sunshine Coast the week of Monday, Aug.  23, when occupational therapist Frances  Hicock will be treating patients on referral -  from family physicians at Gibsons and-  Sechelt.  She plans to be at Gibsons on Monday,  Aug. 23 and Tuesday, Aug. 24 and at Sechelt  on Wednesday, Aug. 25, Thursday, Aug. 26  and Friday, Aug. 27.  Hicock will be working in conjunction with  public health staff at Gibsons and with Ian  Hunter, physiotherapist at St. Mary's  Hospital at Sechelt. -  The van is fully equipped with materials  for making home aids and adaptations for  patients with arthritis.  These special aids, such as teapot tippers,  saucepan holders with double handles, chair  and other raises, and shoe adjustments, make  it possible for patients with arthritis to function in their own home setting, instead of  being confined to costly institutions.  The mobUe van is only one of the CARS  services which area residents make possible  when they support the annual mail campaign  for funds which takes place each autumn.  Christian Science  "Act, act in the living present".  (Longfellow's Song of Life).  It is always NOW, and now is the time to  act in such a way that we fulfill our lives to  the utmost. <     >���-  *���  "Now is the accepted time", (11 Cor. 6 2).  This thought, more than any other, frees us  from nostalgia or regrets about the past, or,  as Whittier mourned, "What might have  been".  Mary Baker Eddy writes, "Faith in divine  Love supplies the ever-present help and  NOW, and gives the power to 'Act in the living  present'/' (First Church of Christ, Scientist  and Miscellany, Pg. 12).   Hallmark has produced a very beautiful  book entitled "Dear Mother", won't you  please come and ask to see it? ������ Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  f  1  I  1  ��  i  1  e  i  i  i  i  i  a  i  ��  i  ��  i  ��  i  ��  e  ��  i  i  i  ^^^^^^ff^S^jW^t^^mS&^^^^&&^^^^^^^m^^^^^BW^^iS^^&^^��  5th Anniversary Sale  ENDS SEPTEMBI  MICRO-WAVE OVEN  9u.fi  SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 4  FREE -.���.-.b***^*.-   *��ttmm tmaaa- PRIZE DRAW  REFRESHMENTS    EVERYONE WELCOME AT 3 P.M.  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Your L.I.R program has up to  $100,000 for every approved projpet,  Your idea should got underway  anytime between November 1st this  year and January 31st, 1977  All applications must, bo In our  hands no later than Sopt'omber  10,1976, Othor than thai, It's up to you.  If you've got the right Idea, wo'll help  you put it to work.  Mnnpowor        "  And immigration  A��b��t AM*! �����, MM*-**!  Malii-iltauvro  ot Immigration  -*6fe*r- Arr-,��, m*V-*t*r*  Applications available now,  See your Local Canada Manpower Conlro or Job Creation Office -/   /  *  I   ,  \    V.  I.    :     \  i   I. .���*-*i'".��i,V-*..  -nr?. - * ��������-  ��  %.  .*>  ���i,<ftwfiga  a-  J  ��� *��  ���.��� i .' ' i a. *���>.- ��� �����*   �����������"��  PageA-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 25,1976   '  Safeway  speculation  '���ff..*  KS  tfv */^j^rOT****B&-?^  "<*.��� ���  "  ��$3*  Efeaa-BS^^^.';  l��'*.-.  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Herb Hunt works for IBM  and is an enthusiastic racing driver.  ,  A very successful bingo was held at the  Welcome Beach Hall on August 18 with more  than 70 players crowding in to try their luck.  Callers were Bill Frasar and Roy Hill and  assistants were George Murray, Vince  Shannon, Grace Rutherford and David Reid.  When it came time for a coffee break, the  kitchen was invated by a horde of thirsty  customers who kept the ladies busy serving  coffee and pop. They were grateful for the  efficient help of Margaret English. The  blackout was won by Jim Dinn.  In a recent issue of The Times we read the  fascinating story of the TV debut of our  editor, Don Morberg, and this week we hear  that the Halfmoon Bay Ambulance will make  its debut on television. It is being used in the  ���by Mary Tinkley  new Beachcomber series being filmed in  September.  Notices are being sent to all members of  Area B Ratepayers' Association advising that  the annual general meeting will be held on,  Monday, September 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the  Welcome Beach Hall.  For a few days last week, the Redrooffs  beaches were deserted, while rain lashed the  seas and a November-like wind blew across  the bay. In spite of these conditions, there  were still quite a "few visitors around,  becoming more and more proficient at  cribbage and backgammon. Mr. and Mrs.  Sven Sorensen are proudly sharing their  Welcome Beach home with a houseful of  guests. Mrs. Sorensen's mother, Mrs. Mary  Kelly, is there from Calgary, as well as her  sister and brother-in-law, Kathleen and Jens  Henriksen with their three children Kaja,  Jamie and Baby Parnell, also from Calgary..  Mrs. Kelly is also enjoying a get-together  with her son and daughter-in-law, James and  Katherine Kelly and grandsons Quinn and  Erin, who are also residents of Halfmoon  Bay.  Mrs. Eva Lyons' guests are two of her  granddaughters, Linda Russell of Montreal  and Lisa Laird of Vancouver. Also visiting  Mrs. Lyons is an old friend, Mrs. Ethel Edwards accompanied by her granddaughter,  Marilyn Maclennan of Vancouver. Mrs.  Edwards has been visiting the Lyons home  since around 1940.  CANINE POPULATION doesn't have  much to fear yet from the Gibsons Dog  Pound: but It won't be too long before  offenders find themselves ih the confines  of this institution. The slab for the pound  has been poured and construction should  be forthcoming. Pound is located at the  new site of the Gibsons public works  yard at Reid and Henry Roads.  may ��e over  Speculation about a Safeway store for the  Sunshine Coast may be over.,  For a number of years, the Sunshine Coast  has talked about the possible location of a  Safeway retail food store in this area; but it  looks like-the Safeway, food chain will be  pulling but of B.C.  A spokesman for the company said it was  becoming concerned.over continuing labor  problems in the province and the company  was considering pulling out of B.C.  The company at press time was closing the  93 Safeway stores in B.C. because of labor  problems at the B.C. warehouses, of Mac-  Donalds Consolidated Ltd. which supplies the  stores in the province. Most of the stores  closed after perishables ran out.  COWRIE ST.  YOU'RE IN GOOD HANDS WHEN YOU SHOP AT  & LEATHER GOODS  885-9345  SECHELT  tm  s$?r,v??:  V*'  $&  Your gateway to the fun and sun!  For    all    your   travel    arrangements,  contact Lynn Szabo.  ! ���graduate of CANADIAN TRAVEL COLLEGE ���  j  I �� PLAN AHEAD . . . WHILE THE  CHOICE IS STILL YOURS  LET US HELP MAKE YOUR  DREAM COME TRUE  PENINSULA TRAVEL AGENCY  886-2855 Gibsons Toll free 682-1513  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Socholt, B.C. 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ADMIRAL      ELECTROHOMli  and,ZENITH PHALERS  "IN THE III ART OF DOWNTOWN SECHELT  Rox 799, Socholi      Phono 085.9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  (? n [xr  U��)UtKl , '���/  7  //  '��� A    :   ���''*  A  >  ' ���  k ���  ,����     7*  ���   *  **&  Fire hazard is low in the Sechelt and  Pender Harbour fire districts.  Throughout the province the fire hazard is  low to moderate with high hazards reported  in some areas of the Vancouver Forest  District and in Lytton.  Twenty-eight new fires were reported in  the week ending August 13. As of August 13  twenty fires were still burning in the  province. All are under control. '  So far this year 743 forest fires have been  reported, compared to 2,307 for the same time  last year.  Fire suppression costs have been  $2,145,087 compared to $6,090,257 for the same  time last year.  OUR LEAF CLOTHIEI  Madeira Park Shopping Centre  :S  SAVE  UP TO  40%  for two weeks  ON ALL MEN'S. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WEAR  TANJA - WHITE STAG - SWEET BABY JANE  See our fall arrivals of evening wear  Box 32, Madeira Park  883-2315  ��  HEN OVERDUE FREIGHT IS COSTING Y  MONEY AND LOSS OF GOOD CUSTOMERS  SIX .WEEKS and $200,000 will be needed and Horseshoe Bay when the accident  to repair the damage caused when the occurred. According to B.C. Ferry of-  Queen of Tsawwassen ran into berth 3 at ficials the accident was caused by a  Horseshoe Bay August 7. The ferry was "minor mechanical failure."  docking after a run between Langdale  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, August 25,1976  ��  Pages 1-4  'In nn  i��  David Joseph Beaudoin was fined $250 in  provincial court August 18 for impaired,  driving.  Crown counsel Hugh McCallum told-the  court that Beaudoin was charged with impaired driving after his pick-up truck crossed  the opposite lane and struck a utility pole,  breaking the pole.  The accident occurred at 10:35 July 24.  "I probably should impose a much higher  fine," Judge Mussellam commented, "but I  won't as this is your first impaired charge."  Jacob Lowen was fined $125 for impaired  driving.  Crown Counsel Hugh McCallum explained  that RCMP-had stopped Low^rafter^&ey  noticed his vehicle weaving across the' centre  line of Highway .101 at 12:40 a.m. May 15.  Lowen was stopped one mile north of Gibsons.  Breathalyzer tests gave Lowen readings of  .12 and .14 per cent.  James Wayne Peterson was finnd $50 for  possession of marijuana.  In relating the facts of the case Crown  counsel Hugh McCallum said Peterson, a  friend and two juveniles were in a vehicle  stopped by the RCMP at 11:55 p.m. August 31.  Police noticed a strong odour of marijuana  and found one marijuana cigarette in a  package of cigarettes in Peterson's pocket.  "Consider yourself very lucky you weren't  charged with contributing to juvenile  delinquency,'' Judge Mussellam told  Peterson.  Judge Mussellam also warned Peterson  "You now have a record with respect to  drugs. If you are picked up again for this, one  of two things will happen. You'll be given a  whacking big fine or you'll go to jail."  Wade Timothy Goeson was sentenced to 20  hours of community work service for being a  minor in possession of alcohol.  Crown counsel Hugh McCallum explained  that Goeson and several companions were  found in a parked car at Trout Lake at 2:30  a.m. July 22. One bottle of gin, 20 capped  bottles and one uncapped bottle of beer were  found in the car. :  "You're going to be doing some good work  to expiate your sins, " Judge Mussellam  said, "If I lived up here I'd have you cutting  my lawn, but I don't live up hero,"  Judge Mussellmon also ordered Goeson to  keep the peace and be of goci behavior.  Timothy Lawrence Kennedy was given a  six month conditional discharge for disturbing the peace.  Crown counsel Hugh McCallum told the  court that Kennedy was charged after a fight  outside a Trail pizza parlour at 3:15 a.m. July  23.  Conditions of the discharge are that  Kennedy keep the peace and be of good  behavior and that he obey the instructions of  his father, Patrick Kennedy.  "You're the man in charge," Judge  Mussellam told Kennedy's father, "If it's  necessary to take him out behind the woodshed, you do it."        - ,  reconsidered  Gibsons council is taking a serious look at  whether or not they will maintain managing  the Gibsons wharf.  At last week's council meeting, Alderman  Jim Metzler said the council had to subsidize  the operation of the wharf by $1,858 between  May 1,1975 and April 30,1976.  Metzler noted that there was a letter on  file from the federal government asking them  to renew the least on the wharf.  "I would like the reply and the decision on  that held over until the next meeting,"  Metzler said, "or until the chairman of the  finance committee is present." Finance  committee chairman Kurt Hoehne was not at  last week's council meeting.  "My recommendation is that we do not  renew the lease," Metzler said, "But I want  time to think about it."  Alderman Stu Metcalfe said the federal  government was looking at a new rate  schedule. "With a rtew rate schedule, and  power rates Increased, I don't see why there  should be a defecit with efficient  management."  The matter was "tabled.  New and Old Games in stock such as  Backgammon, Risk, Scrabble, Mastermind,  Rummoli and many others. ��� Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  John H. Nelson of Davis Bay is chairman  of the local fund-raising campaign for The  Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society,  B.C. Division, which begins during September, traditionally Arthritis Month.  The local chairman.and committee seek  $1,100 from households and businesses in this  community, from a province-wide target of    \  $400,000. *  The theme this year for the campaign is  'Reach for the Cure ��� Give More Than a  Thought to Arthritis'.  The theme will be on CARS posters and  brochures relating to the campaign by a  hand, disabled by rheumatoid arthritis,  reaching for a helping hand, which could be  yours.  CARS conducts treatment, education and  research programs on a province-wide basis,  with headquarters at The Arthritis Centre in  Vancouver, the most modern centre of its  kind in North America. It is only through  reaching for the cure' that the cause of  rheumatoid arthritis, the most disabling of  the more than 80 different kinds of arthritis,  will eventually be found.  The society is seeking a nine per cent,  increase over its campaign returns of fist  year from every corner of the province,  through its individual and United Appeal  campaigns.  In addition, the society has been endeavouring to raise $150,000 from individuals,  clubs, organizations, fraternal orders, cities  and municipalities, in order to maintain its  specialized services at their present level.  CARS has asked groups to hold one special  fund-raising event this year with proceeds to  go toward support of its programs.  i  S  I  t|  Take advantage of our fast, economical Air-Freight service. If you phone your  order in the morning, it could arrive the same.afternoon and possibly cost  you no more than $7.50. Now doesn't that make cents?  s  H  KEEPlNTHE'  $WBfIWBY����  WATER SAFETY  Vancouver, 889-8851  Sechelt, 885-2214  Hanaimo, 753-2841  Pender Bihr, lEnSth 8416  ^  ...��  *,���"���-���-������*���>'���������  &  .,-ftf"$'?'$.  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"tar" Mmg. nicotine. ���/.������  7 ./  ^���������;r*y!  - /  /       X -  A  ")_  PggeB-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 25,lffflt  '  By MARYANNE WEST  In the summer of 72 two teenagers from  Grand Valley, Ontario wrote Peter Gzowski,  host of CBC Radio's coast to coast daily get-  together 'This Country in the Morning' asking  advice on the relative merits of taking a-year  off to explore Canada or going straight on to  University.  I wrote them a note suggesting that if they .  did make it to the west coast and didn't have  any contacts in the Vancouver area they  should give us a ring, we could offer them at  the least sleeping bag accommodation, food  and the opportunity to dry out if necessary.  Sometime in September the phone rang  and we went down to the ferry to meet Pat  and Patty and to add two more delightful  members to our extended family. CBS Radio  has enriched our lives in many different  ways, but none more rewarding than the  friendships we have made across the country,  and with listeners in the U.S.  In the intervening years the girls have  gone their different ways, Patty who made a  flying visit two years ago now lives in Calgary  and Pat in Montreal. This preamble is by way  of introducing Pat Woods who made a second  cross country safari this summer. Many of us  travel by car or cross the prairies while  watching a movie in 747 comfort but it isn't  everyone who is lucky or adventurous to hitch  a ride in a single engine plane, so I persuaded  to tell us and this is her story.  "The Toronto Ride Centre like those in  Vancouver and Calgary provides a service  for people wishing to travel inexpensively but  without some of the hassles of hitch-hiking. In  exchange for this service one expects to share  the cost of travelling and perhaps some  driving. This is what I was prepared for on  the day I breezed into the Toronto centre after  completing the first part of my second cross  Canada exodus, this time to escape Montreal's Olympic madness.  "What I was not prepared for, however  was the opportunity to travel from Toronto to  Calgary in a four-seater, single engine  Cessna.-My arrival at the Ride Centre had coincided with that of a young private pilot  seeking passengers to share the cost of his air  borne vacation to the Rockies. Being an incurable romantic, tempted by the unusual I  instantly decided that a two day flight in a  small plane was the best way to get from  point A to point B.  "So it was with a light heart that I set off  from rainy Toronto International airport in  the company of Gary, his friend and  navigator Barry, and a French free-lance  journalist, artist and citizen of the world,  Francois.  Bad weather north of the Great Lakes sent  us oh a southern route towards the northern  U.S. and soon into more favourable flying  weather. From a vantage point of 8,000 ft. the  colourful, one-dimensional expanse beneath  changed gently from farm to village, field to  river and then - SHOCK - the vast urban industrial wasteland of Chicago sprawled  everywhere below. Like our own Canada, the  U.S. from east to west provides the traveller  with a wealth of variety In terms of scenery  and experience whether on the ground or in  the air. This perspective of monstrous  Chicago left as lasting an impression on me  as Uio extensive Badlands of Montana and the  impressive serpentine upper Misslsslpi, but  in quite a different way. As a resident of  several Canadian cities over the past 4 years 1  consider this particular view of Chicago as a  "consciousness raising" experience.  "I suppose I'd hoped the entire voyage  would later be fondly looked back on as some  sort of soul expanding or consciousness  raising experience, but little did I know to  what degree I'd actually be given the opportunity to examine inyself nnd my life,  "About dusk when wo should have been  well over the Canadian prairies my attention  was diverted from the exquisite sunset by the  fact tlmt we had begun to fly ln circles.  Rather embarrassed, pilot Gnry explained  this was the result of a minor navigational  error by Barry which ho had foiled to chock.  In short wo were lost. Really lost because  .although we were In communication with  Winnipeg, Rcglnn' and Mlnot, North Dakota,  none of those airport towers were able to pick  us up on their radar. With art hour's fuel left  and nbout ns much daylight Gary decided on  an emergency Mayday signal.  "As tension mounted in the small aircraft.  Dr. (la ni ie  and  '     Dr. MU*nzi<*H  aro ploasod to announce* the  oponlng of tholr Dontal offlco In  tho Pondor Harbour Modlcal Clinic,  Ph. Wt.1-2764  l~TP  Gary's efficiency seemed to accelerate.  Rapid exchanges of information with several  air traffic controllers, frequent consultation  of charts and a constant surveillance of the  ground below proved Gary to be one of those  types who excel under pressure. Francois and  I exchanged looks of silent wonder and withdrew into our private worlds of contemplation.  Would we spot a town or land mark to give  us our bearings in time? Would we be forced  to make an emergency landing one of the the  big prairies fields below? Or would we indeed  hear the engine sputter and stop, leaving us to  glide silently, then spin into a nose dive? Such  thoughts calmly entered, then left, my mind  only to be replaced hy a single nagging regret  that it had taken a crisis situation to remind  me of the joy of living and of'the huge  reserves of unexpressed gratitude for this gift  of life that I'd stingily been harbouring for  most of my 23 years.  "When we finally did land, tank empty on  a crop duster's landing strip near Mohall,  NorthJJakota it was to NORAD the four of us  expressed our gratitude. NORAD finally  located us on their radar and navigated us  into Mohall where we were received by the  local policeman and the crop duster who ran  the air-strip.  "I hadn't expected to be spending the eve  and morning of the American Bi-Centennial  south of the border and I wonder if the sleepy  little town of Mohall knew that three  Canadians and a Frenchman were on hand to  salute their second hundredth year of Independence.  "The remainder of the trip to Calgary was  dull by comparison. My log shows no mention  that there even was a second day. I seem to  recall a couple of scorching hot hours during  a delayed refuelling stop somewhere in  , Montana, but that's about it. The acute  reminder of our mortality was not discussed  in any length among the four of us. We all had  come to slightly different conclusions about  the event and respected one another's private  feelings. The drama had neither strained  relations nor brought us closer together. We  were still just four individual travellers with  different purposes and destinations. Farewell  in Calgary was warm and brief. I believe  none of us regretted the manner in which fate  had placed us together, stirred us briefly and  was now sending us on our separate ways.  "Would T cross the country in a Cessna  again? Yes, just as I walk at night in a  Montreal Park when the mood strikes me.  Life's adventures needn't be treks through  the Amazonian jungle, but then I'd probably  try one of those should the chance come my  way!"  Gibsons 1976 paving program Is 95 per cent  completed according to Aldeman Bill Laing.  Alderman Laing told council last week  that all that remains In this year's program Is  some curbing to be installed.  The chairman of the public works committee told council sewer installations was  presently at a standstill as crews worked  elsewhere.  The contralto voice of Maureen Forrester  has been described as "lustrous and silken",  "pure velvet" and countless other,  superlatives. You have two opportunities this  week to hear her sing and to dream up words  to describe the experience!  .Friday afternoon's Canadian Concert  from Winnipeg repeats the performance of  Mandelssohns'AMidsummer Night's Dream  recorded earlier this year by the CBC Winnipeg Orchestra conducted by Boris Brott,  the CBC Winnipeg^-Singers and soloists  ^Maureen Forrester, contralto and' soprano  Heather Wilberforce.  During the Radio in the 80's symposium  held in Ottawa in June,' Miss Forrester sang  songs from many lands in a special concert  for the international delegates. This concert  will be repeated on Music Alive, Saturday at  11:03 p.m. Accompanied by.JphnNewmark at \  the piano, Maureen Forrester sings French  folk songs by Benjamin Britten, American  folk songs by John Jacob Miles and Brock-  well, negro spirituals by Roland Hayes and  Spanish folk songs by de Falla. From Canada,  Hanusja, a Ukranian song collected in  Saskatchewan, Susvarcyk, a Lithuanian song  from Ontario, There Was An Old Woman  arranged by John Beckwith and the Maiden's  Lament from Newfoundland. .  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25  Concern 8:03 p.m. Depression Women ���  true stores of women who rode the rails in the  30's���Women in the Shadow of Politics ��� are  political wives happy with their lot?  Country Road 10:30 p.m. guest Bobby  Duke.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 26  Themes and Variations 8:03 p.m. Part I.  Gisela Depcat, cello; Sonata for unaccompanied cello, Kodaly. Part II. Melvin  Berman, oboe; Monica Gaylord, piano; in  recital. Part III. profile for Viennese com-  BOOK LOOK  by Murrie Redman  Talonbooks brings George Ryga's novel  HUNGRY HILLS. IJie book is powerfully .  executed as it tells the story of a young man,  Snit, who grew up on a poor farm in the  Canadian north.  Although it is supposed to take place in the  fifties, it is really a Steinbeckian tale that  hearks back to the dirty thirties, drought and  all. Snit's family, an introverted father,  whining mother, and strong willed aunt,  harbour a shameful secret, one that the boy  learns years later.  When he returns to the farm and his  bedraggled aunt who has let the farm run to  ruin, he feels the need to rebuild it as a home  for himself as though to rebuild his broken  life. His friendship and partnership with  Johnny, a moonshiner, leads to a chance for  cash to improve the farm but also to un?  foreseen problems. The most moving force in  the book is the inability of the characters to  deal effectively with their problems and the  cumbersome efforts of Snit to overcome his  embarrassing origins.  Brian Moor's contribution to the female  identity search is interesting. In I AM MARY  DUNNE from Mcaellarid and Stewart's New  Canadian Library, he writes in the first  person, a day in the life of a young woman,  thrice married. She has lost her identity in the  three marriages as she holds herself exclusively accountable in the failure of the first  two. In a series of flashbacks, she brings her  life to order and her current marriage into  perspective, in relation to herself as an individual. The introduction suggests that one  must keep in mind that the book is written by  a man. Frankly, I found that fact stood in the  way of simply enjoying the story.  For the kids, forget Doubleday's IF EGGS  HAD LEGS. Author Weil has missed. If  humour is not funny for adults, it is not funny,  period. I think in this silly book of nonsense,  verses she insults children.  Instead, try from the same publisher, Roy  Doty's GUNGA YOU DIN-DIN IS READY.  The one-liners are clever and the cartoons  zlngy. Laughs here for kids and big people!  Teenagers might like to look at DANCING  MADNESS by Abe Peck from the Rolling  Stone Press, a Doubleday Anchor Press  paperback. It is definitely funky disco. Peck  recommends that you use It as a "spool table  book", a "coffee table book for the casual  set."  I^earn the Bump, the Hustle and the  reggae. Thoy aro all doing it In Now York I  poser Erich Wolfgang Korngold. ���  Jazz Radio-Canada 10:30 Musical  documentary of the Vancouver based band  Pacific Salt.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 27  Canadian Concert Hall 2:30 p.m. GBC  Winnipeg Orchestra and Singers with soloists  Maureen Forrester and Heather Wilberforce.  Mendelssohn's A Midsummer. Night's  Dream.  : Between Ourselves 8:03 p.m. A Modest  trade by Patrick Barnard ��� a program  about Quebec Journalists.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 28  , Our Native. Land 12:10 p.m. A look at  Treaties No. 6 and 7 which are a hundred  years old now.  Hot Ali* 1:30 p.m. Bob Smith introduces  Joe Williams who wds with Count Basie in '54.  Opera By Request 2:03 p.m. Your  favourite arias, choruses, overtures.  Conversations with Scientists 5:03 p.m.  fiert Nelson in conversation with members of  Vancouver's scientific community.  Music de Chez Nous 7 p.m. Trio Laval,  HidetaroSusuki, violin; Zeyda Suzuki, piano;  Huguette Morin, cello with Abe Kniaz, horn,  play trios by Haydn, Brahms and Beethoven.  Anthology 10:03 p.m. An excerpt from a  new novel by Margaret Atwood. Lady Oracle  will be published next month. Also a selection  of Margaret Atwood's poetry.  Music Alive 11:03 p.m. special concert  recorded at the Radio in the 80's conference in  Ottawa, Maureen Forrester accompanied by  John Newmark sings songs from many lands.  see  ,j\ I'y]' \  W\<>U^^Aj;        '������.!* ��� .7 T^Tr-U  "���ffiUiiiiliiilllHWwl111 I  " ,!2Z""KIM  LM3ffi  *>>"������  Ab-2'  * CUSTOM  HOMp  DESIGN  linn  ptm      * DESIGN ft  \l ���'�������� DRAFTING  * QUANTITY  ESTIMATES  All Sizes and Designs Available  >v MODERN  * RANCH  ��� OCTOSPACE  >v GOTHIC ARCH  ARRY HOOBtE ��� 885-9213  Seacoast Design & Construction 885-3718  aaaaaaaagagaMa  am  aaaaasa  3SESJS  SUNDAY, AUGUST 29  The Bush and the Salon 1:03 p.m. The Bald  Eagle by Ken Mitchell and Bev Koester tells  the story of Nicholas Flood, a fiery write and  orator at the, time of Sir John A. _^  Variety international 4:03 p.m. The Beach  Boys.  The Entertainers 7:03 p.m. The Duke  Ellington Story.   ' ���  ��� , ..        ' :  The Art of- the Collector 9:03 p.m. Guests  Paul Hoeffler, photographer, Michael  Shulman, music critic, William littler, music  critic.  CBC Playhouse 10:30 p.m. The Hatching  Dollar a tale from the Old Judge by Thomas  Chandler Haliburton.  MONDAY, AUGUST 30  Music of Our people 8:03 p.m. Romanian-  born singer Aura sings songs from her native  land arranged by Milan Kymlicka.  ..Identities 7:30 host Norbert Nuebsaat  from Vancouver.        ,  '.' The Great Canadian Gold Rush 10:30 p.m...  studio session with Quebec group Le Temps.  Interview with American poet Patti Smith.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 31  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 p.m. Part I.  There Are No Old Times Left���None At All, a  personal recollection of the Ottawa Valley by  poet Joan Finhegan whose family were  Valley pioneers. Part II Songs from Gavin's  Bar ��� Lennox Gavin sings from the Irish-  Canadian town of Quyon, Quebec.  Touch the Earth 10:30 p.m. Conversation  with Bruce Miller, A feature on the Original  Sloth Band.  fQIBSONSYJj^  rw  imm  THE E1GB1 SANCTION  WED.-SAT.* AUG 25-28.  MATURE���WARNING���Somo   nudity,  frequent swearing and coarse language  i!''syN]]TUESjY  liliilillliiil  SUNSHINE CQAST CHEDBT UNIOI  Cowrie St. 885-3255 Sechelt  CHEOUBNG-SAVINGS  YOUR CREDIT UNION PROVIDES YOU WITH:  -Term Deposits ���Life insurance Programs  ���Money Orders ���American Express Travellers' Cheques  (Canadian & American) ���Receive payments on  ���Deposit by mail, Agreements for Sale and Mortgages  Ask for special forms ���Registered Retirement Savings Plan  -���Safety Deposit Boxes ���Canada Savings Bonds  ���Registered Home Ownership Savings Plan  ���Lotto Lottery and Western Lottery tickets  Photo copies  Agent for Insurance Corporation of B.C. ahd Motor Vehicle Branch  fllflKl^  DSD  YOU  KNOW  Credit Union Membership in British Columbia is  held by over half a million people. Approximately 1 person out of every 4.  I \m I  EVERY THURSDAY  EVERY FRIDAY ,  EVERY MONDAY  EVERY TUESDAY  Sept. 0 ��� Gibsons Hospital Auxlllory will moot Wednesday, Sept. 8 at 1:30  p.m, ot tho homo of Mrs. Joan Longloy, Gowor Pt, Rd.  ��� Pondor Harbour Community Club Bingo, Community Hall, Madolra Park  $100 Jackpot.  ��� 0:00 pm, Dingo Pondor Harbour Community Hall.  ��� Gibsons "TOPS" mooting at Public Hoalth Contro, 1:30-3:00 pm  ��� 7:30 pm, Informal Introductory somlnar on Transcondontal Modltatlon,  Whltakor Houso, Socholt.  ��� 1 pm-3 pm, Gibsons Unltod Church Women's Thrift Shop,  ��� Carpot Bowling, Socholt Sonlor Cltlxon's Hall ��� 1:30*4 pm  ��� 0 pm, Al-Anon, St. Aidan's Hall at Roborts Crook,  ��� 2 pm In Whltakor Houso, froo Introductpry locturo on Transcondontal  Modltatlon,  EVERY WEDNESDAY-- Old Tlmo Dancing, Socholt Sonlor Cltl*on's Hqll ��� 1:30-4 pm  ��� 7:30 pm, Every 2nd 8 4th WoidnoBclay, starting Sopt 10, Duplicate brldgo  at Anglican Church Hall, cornor of Hlway and North Road, Gibsons. For  Information phono 006*7361,  EVERY 3RD WEDNESDAY   ��� Roborts Crook Community Assoc. Roborts Crook Hall, 8 pm        '  EVERY 2ND WEDNESDAY   6 pm, Chambor of Commorco Gxoq Mooting, Bank of Montreal, Socholt.  EVERY 4TH WEDNESDAY   ���Gonoral Mooting, Parthonon Rostaurant, Socholt.  ��� Chambor of Commorco Gonoral Mooting, Parthonon  Rostaurant, Sochol)  "1ST THURSDAY OF MONTH   ���Timber Trails Riding Club mooting, B pm, Wilson Crook  Rod & Gun Club,  COZY CORNER CAMERAS  * camora and darkroom supplies * ropalrs  photoflnlahlng * passport pictures  custom silk acroonlng  8867822  Gibsons  Beside Bus Depot  ftam  ���vtffVl  ^**^WMUUHKIt  886-2257 / ������  I A   ���   ��� ���   ���������  .}  \  Roberts  examini  roup  istor  Roberts Creek is examining history ��� its  own.  The New Horizons Group appointed a  history committee more than a year ago. In  Feb. 1976 the committee started and there  have been seven meetings with from six to a  dozen enthusiastic. members present. The  area extends from the Cemetery Corner to  Wilson Creek. The project is a book to include"  years from 1880 to 1955.  They applied for a grant from New  Horizons which was granted and have.since,  been meeting more regularly. Definite plans  are being formulated and several local people  have offered concrete assistance. Numerous  letters for authentic information have been  sent they have dates for post office beginning  and the names of all post masters. Maps of  early surveys have been hunted out and  eagerly studied. Purchases of a typewriter  and tape recorders will make the work easier.  Persons with information should phone or  write to the committee chairmen:  *.    Families  or  transportation,  Lillian  'Shields,886-9978and Betty Merrick, 886-9863;  logging an industry, Dr. Ralph Woodworm,  886-7519; churches, Ena Harrold, 885-3461; .  schools, F.D. Parker, 885-3303; maps and  surveys and land locations, C. Gilker, 885-  3491.  "Now we are anxious to obtain first hand  or authentic stories and anecdotes of people  and. families who Uved here anytime prior to  1955. The earlier their stay here the more we  want to know of them from friends and  relatives. Accounts of community events like  hall building, etc., with dates and names, are  valuable to us. Clear pictures are a.big help  and will be well cared for and returned," a.  spokesman said.  "Many of the real Old Timers are gone but  there are still people here on the coast who  knew them and their kindly deeds," he added.  "So it is our great hope that these people  who remember Roberts Creek in yesteryear  will get in touch with some of our committee.  The more information we can gather the  more authentic our book will be. We have not  been able to locate any school records for  Elphinstone Bay School and would certainly  appreciate any information about this school  and its old records.  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 25,1976  PageB-3  .-��y;��:*.vo  A /V/\Qr*r,��l"kTr<    TV**   Pnn   nr.    Pin idn  msWA*v*s.u.^tjr   iv  -octisuo   vauuuo,  village of Gibsons has grown by exactly  37 people in the past five years. In a  letter to the village council, Census  Canada said the village had a population  nf   IQld    in    1071    in-ri   tho     Tunc.    Pontile no Pin Irnnn- it linrfor 10 000 in UP Hnn't  showed  the  population  to   be   1971. lose our grants." Council agreed there  Alderman Laing commented, "I thought was not much to worry about in that  we would be more prolific than that." respect.  Alderman Metzler said, "well, as long as ��� Timesphoto  Insurance for the Sechelt Volunteer  Firemen has been renewed for this year,  alderman Ernie, Booth told the council at  their August 18 meeting.  Firemen were insured for the first time  last year. This year the insurance has been  expanded to include a $100 weekly indemnity  if work missed due to injury suffered while  working as a fireman and insurance against  liability for any destruction done to buildings  while working.  The policy also covers any death or  dismemberment suffered by firemen while  working.  Cost of the insurance is home by the  Sechelt fire protection area.  Fitness. In your heart  you know it's right  panTiciPocrmn  The Canadian movement lor personal Mn��s  ���IP*���   ���      fj    I  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25  CHANNEL2   CHANNEL 4   CHANNEL 5   CHANNELS   CHANNEL 7   CHANNEL 8   CHANNEL 12  00  15  .30  45  All In    -  The Family  Edae Of  Night  Cont'd  Genera  Hospital  ConVd  Another  World  Another  World  Ironside  Ironside  Edge Of  Night  AH In   .  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The Commission under dato of August 3, Instructed Coast Cablo  Vision and all other Lower Mainland cable* systems to immediately  discontinue carriage of all non-Canadian FM signals.  Tho C.R.T.V. also advised Coast Cablo Vision that It must romovo  from Channel 10 tho signals of CHQM-FM.  Tho carriage of thoso FM signals on Channel 10 has provided cablo  subscribers with a pleasing and varied typo of traditional programming for oasy listening via tholr tolovlslon recolvers.  Coast Cable Vision slncoroly rogrots the nocossity to comply with  tho orders of the C.R.T.V. In connactlon with tho foregoing.  If you aro concornod over tho loss of U.S. FM programming on tho  cablo -  If you consldor this rocont action by tho C.R.T.C. to bo an Invasion  of your Inhoront rights as a Canadian cltlzon -  If you profor tho wldor cholco of good FM music which was  provided through tho availability of U.S. FM signals -  If you object to tho removal by the C.R.T.C. of sorvlcos which you  havo on|oyod for many yoars -  If, then, you aro concornod:  may wo roapoclfully suggest lhat you write Immediately to Mr. Jack  Pearsall M.P. and/or Sen. Ray Perrault, Parliament Buildings, Ottawa,  Ontario, postage free, and send a copy of your protest to tho Canadian  Radio Tolovlslon Commission, 100 Metcalfe Stroot, Ottawa, Ontario  K1A0N2.. (A  /,  V  ���- \  PggeB-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 25,1976  Garden  ;Corn��r  BYGUYSVMONDS  According to its devotees no gardening is  more fascinating than rock gardening.  It offers, they say, unusual opportunity for  the exercise of personal skills and  preferences. It has, of course, its difficulties  and disappointments but these are more than  Compensated for by its rewards and triumphs. Inevitably it never lacks challenge and  interest.  There are two kinds of rock gardens, those  ready-made sites provided by nature and  those which must be built literally from the  ground up.  On this coast we are blessed with an"  abundance of beauty occasioned by natural  rock formations, and our forested slopes offer  unparalleled opportunity for their development. If there are an sceptics let them take a  look at the Butchart Gardens at Victoria and  see what has been done with a worked-out  limestone quarry. Agreed this represents the  peak of perfection achieved over many years  arid the expenditure of a great many dollars  ��� but the principle remains.  - ��� As is always the case, the best results are  obtained by working with Nature, not by  trying to break her. It never works and ends  up in expensive artistic failure. We are all too  familiar with the common treatment of raw  land by too many sub-division developers.  Having flattened everything with a bulldozer,  they leave an arid desert to be reclaimed and  restored to some kind of bearable surroundings by the unfortunate buyer. Often the  results are miserably at odds with the environment, when some little landscaping  thought could have kept the inherent natural  charm. ��� '  So the advice is to look first very carefully  at what you have, particularly taking note of  the vegetation that grows best naturally. In  most cases light shade is an advantage so  preserve the shade trees. But as most coast  dwellers know, beware the ubiquitious alder,  it's an unreliable wood likely to snap under  pressure or extreme cold. Keep ferns and  wild bulbs if any. Trees and shrubs to be  retained must be pruned and if necessary,  thinned. Then take out what you don't want,  the brush and coarse vegetation, removing it  from the scene completely, not just cutting it  back.  . Then look at the places you want to plant  things. Crevices and crannies should be  cleaned out, deepened if at all possible as  indicated and filled with good soil and  compost. Generally speaking, if you are  growing alpine or rock plants there is not  much call for fertilizer. These plants are used  to lean living and in fact prefer it. You cannot  go wrong however with a little bonemeal.  Come planting time, the rule is that the art  *   <SW  i f  *  of the gardener must be largely concealed.  Natural settings, as learned by looking at the  surrounding 'wild' country, are the target,  with formal shapes and even spacing to be  avoided like the plague. One kind���of plant  may drift down a crevice, odd/plants of  another species may be set at the base of a.  vertical face whose flat top is crowned with  the same kind. The plants at the base will look  like the natural seeding from those above.  It is of course understood that a garden  must provide something for plants to feed on  and that something certainly isn't rock.  Where the terrain is very rough indeed with a  steep, rocky forested slope, which is what this  gardener is grappling with, you must use  your head as well as your hands;  Where it is impossible to get as much  depty as you would like because 'Mother  British Columbia' is too near the surface, the  trick is to arrange chunks of rock ���- as large  as can be manhandled���so as to form raised  pockets. It will probably mean scrounging  topsoil from somewhere, as the pockets  should be filled to the top of the rocks on the  low side.  We'll leave the matter of what sort of  plants until next time.  4H DAIRY CLUB showed their year's for their work in taking care of their  work at a field day held recently in calves. Others are, from right, Steven  Gibsons. The Bella Vista Farms trophy Rhodes and Callun Robertson,  is to be shared between Frank Chamberlin, left and Marg Kitson, second left, ��� Photo by Ian Corrance  ircl inspecting for Sechel  Sunshine Coast Regional District took over  inspections for the village of Sechelt on  August 15. The village recently asked the  board to take over the inspection function in  the village after the former inspector  resigned.  Starting August 15 regional board building  inspector Harry Morris-Reade began doing  the inspections on a cost basis.  Under the arrangement between the  village and the regional board, the regional  board issues building permits, collects the  fees and administers the building inspections.  A zoning certificate must be issued from  the village office before a building permit can  be issued.  The regional board and the village are still  discussing an apportation of tax by the  regional board to pay for the inspections.  In the meantime, regional board administrator Ann Pressley explained, the  village will be charged for costs arising out of  inspections which are attributable to the  village-and not covered by permit fees.  Village clerk Tom Wood told council  August 18 that former building inspector Roy  Taylor will guide Harry Morris-Reade around  Seaside Village.  Taylor resigned as Sechelt building inspector in July over problems with Seaside  Village and the Sechelt Village council.  Fitness. In your heart you know  it's right.  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Team members are, back row  left, Coach Gil Musgrove, Ken Bland,  Kirk Thomas, Brian E\ans, Bjorn  Bjornson, Dan Weinhandl, Co-captain  Kerry Eldred and Manager Bill Phillips.  Front row are, from left, Mike  Musgrove, Danny Paul, Jan de Reus,  Dave Neuman, Gary Davies and Captain Frank Hoehne. Missing are Danny  McKay, Steve Miles, Ken Verhulst and  Angel Juarez. ��� Timesphoto  As the 1976-77 soccer season approaches, a  resume of the Elphinstone Wanderers' past  season is in order.  The Wanderers went into the final game of  the season against the Four Seasons Hustlers  needing a win to gain first place and a tie to  cinch sole possession of second place.  In a closely fought game the Wanderers  came out on the losing end of a 1-0 battle. The  score gave the Wanderers an identical record  with the East End Rats in a tie for second  place.  The team is to be commended for its excellent poacing, its high calibre of play and  the excellent sportsmanship it showed during  the season.  In past season play the Wanderers were on  of the top four Burnaby League teams  chosen to play in the Columbians tournament.  Other teams included representatives from  the Richmond and Fraser Valley Leagues. In ,  the first game the shorthanded Wanderers  dealt league champion Paul's Tailors a '1-0  loss and knocked them out of the tournament.  The Wanderers' next game was played the  following day on a rain soaked pitch against  the Burnaby Firemen. After regulation and  overtime produced a 1-1 tie the game went'  into penalty shots with the Firemen coming  out victorious.  Capping the season was a dance, put on by  the Wanderers at Roberts Creek which drew  several hundred supporters. It was learned  during the dance that goalkeeper Jan de Reus  won all-star honors and a trophy for his  league leading goals against average.  The Wanderers would like to thank their  sponsors for ther support: Elphinstone Rec  Committee and Ernie Fossett, Western  Systems Controls and Moe Hosland, the  Beachcombers, Gibsons Laudromat, Ken's  Lucky Dollar, Canfor, and Peninsula Food  Distributors,  The Wanderers kicked off the 1976 season  by holding practices on Tuesdays and  Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at Langdale school  field. All new players are Welcome.  The team applied for and gained entry into  the B.C. Mainland League's ninth division,  and may field a second team in the Sunshine  ,   Coast Senior Men's Soccer League if the  support so indicates. All high school age  players are invited to the Wanderers'  practice in the hope of putting that team  together.  In a couple of practice games completed,  the Wanderers defeated "a new team, the  Pender Harbour Pirates 2-0 and 6-0. The  Wanderers wish the Pirates the best of luck in  their inaugural season.  BURNABY-VANCOUVER  SENIOR MEN'S SOCCER LEAGUE  Final Standings:  Team W    L    T Pts  Paul'sTailors 11     2     4    26  Elph. Wanderers 11     4     2    24  EastEndRats 11     4     2    24  Columbians 9     4     4    22  FourSeasons 9     3     5    21  Burnaby Firemen 8     7     2    18  Sechelt Renegades 6     9     2    14  Langley United 4    12     1     9  Sucsager 1    16     0     2  One Gibsons resident thinks it is not fair  that the village should charge a late penalty  for taxes paid within a month of receiving the  bill.  In a letter to the village council, Lou Pajak  of Gibsons said, "If July 15 is the due date for  tax payments, then statements should have  been received at least 30 days before that  date. How can a bill that is received and paid  in the same month be termed late?"  In the letter, Pajak said, "July is holiday,  time. It is alright to ask someone to pick up.  your mail in your absence: but one can't  expect others to pay your bills.  If you can't get your statements out on  time, why should I get the penalty? I paid it:  but I want it back," he said.  Pajak's arguments fell on deaf ears.  "The clerk should advise him that in some  municipalities the due date is earlier than  July 15," Alderman Jim Metzler said, "It's  impossible for us to make an exception.  "I agree with Mr. Pajak," Alderman Bill  Laing said, "but there is nothing we can do to  get out of it. I can sympathize that there isn't  30 days to pay the bill: but we can't send out  the statements until they are received from  Victoria."  Mayor Larry Labonte added, "He did have  three weeks to pay. It's just a fact of life."   -  A letter of explanation is to be sent.  An attempt by Alderman Dennis Shuttleworth to re-introduce the sewer question  was quashed by acting mayor Morgan  Thompson at Sechelt council's August 18  meeting.  Thompson, chairing the meeting in the  absence of Mayor Nelson, reported to council  that no response had come from Victoria on  Sechelt's sewer project.  He also explained that council will know  the cost of the project as soon as Victoria  approves an engineering study.  Shuttleworth asked what would happen if  the project went over two mills.  "I don't know why you're harping on this,  Dennis," Thompson answered,, "because it  has always been and we have always said, as  a matter of fact the mayor, said this here, he  also said it at the public meeting in August  and he also said the same thing in January,  that if it was over two mills we would to to  referendum."  Shuttleworth then asked "At the public  utilities committee meeting of the regional  board Peter Hoemberg, chairman, also said  that if at the public meeting 20 per cent or  more of the electorate protested, this method  of proclamation, of proclaiming, would not be  accepted. Do you recall that?"  Thompson agreed that he did but explained, "That was through ignorance."  "I will draw this discussion to a close,"  Thompson continued, "We've gone through  this referendum three or four times and we're  -x- "  just rehashing old business. We have stated  that we had intended to go to referendum  until we found out that we, under the  provincial act, did not have to. This is rehashing old business. I can see no further use  in discussing it again.  "Does anyone have anything for new  business?" Thompson concluded, "I don't  want to re-hash old buisness. We've been  through it too many times."       <���  Alderman Leitner moved a letter of thanks  be sent to Norm Watson, former village sewer  advisor. The motion passed.  The meeting was then'adjourned.  hBMrtff- *1,'i:i ..���-.!- >.' ,llrfj_  -yy.  J    - ;  Jim Middleion  HE BIG SWEEPER  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  886-7879  Box 1073  Glbsonf  Gibsons Council have vetoed a proposed  marina development^ for the harbor area  because it might interfere with their own  marina plans.  At last weeks meeting, an application  from All Sports Marine of Sechelt to lease a  foreshore area adjacent the wharf in Gibsons  for commercial purposes including the installation of floats was voted down.  It was pointed out to,council that any  development in that area might be in conflict  with the village's future plans for the area.  The lands branch is to be notified of the  council's recommendation.  10 " MOOCHING ROD  & KExL $41.00   MUSTANG . ,  FLOATERS 73 off  m^S^^kWSBB^Smt  r':,C'b' wr i e>S t r e'etf;  Sechelt  y  FORMERLY HARVEY FUNERAL HOME  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  MODERATE,COST LOCAL OR DISTANT BURIALS  CREMATIONS - MEMORIALS -PRE-ARRANGEMENTS  D. A. Devlin  Director  886-955  1665 Seaview  Gibsons  MADEIRA PARK* B.C.  HOSIiELBTE  SALES-SERVICE  REPAIRS TO ALL  MAKES���PUMPS  GENERATORS  CHAIN-SAWS  MOWERS  883-2585  HARDWARE  PLYWOOD  LUMBER  CONCRETE PRODUCTS  PAINT  ALUMINUM WINDOWS  GLASS  i^jfff l*|IW.-'*V��'">M>Vt*'"*'��1][��y**-**T' |***Mjf ���*���***���*����������� Jff IM�� ����� *"�� ji ��- fiHf-%-**  Mi#"i*t "HMtW f * tnmvt** *frur**Uf*l ��������( 1 If VM#^*r��'��ff��l��W,l*��Mt-M��<  *l**l*-.tf.��i.ifc��-!'J***-. l.j-**il,y*^-wtA��iiMiJ*w��'iibi*IL *y**t  ����<��*U**��A'wv��*ftu*��v��t.*-����i'J��i*-A  vmirJu ***w*u.M��i*, Mltui  3*  **jJr-?7    ,��  /  ira  '��  &'��� ��v*Ji  ���'*>,]��Vv-vi.. 1  AUG. 26 THRU SEPT. 6  iirrfini���In- nWni *4t"  December 8 has been set as Uio trial or  preliminary hearing date for two young  Sechelt men charged with attempted rape  and Indecent araault.  Wesley Frank Wall and David. Richard  Warren were charged nftcr ah incident  August 1.  The two first appeared in court August 4  und were remanded for two weeks to seek  legal counsel.  Wall and Wnrrcn were released on ball on  their own recognizance.  ��uy 4 gallons at regular price  5 and 10 PIN  !E@BSTER Hi  1 f  FOR FALL LEAGUES  ana get i gallon ai no extra cnarge  BOWLING ALLEY OPENS SEPT. 3  SECHELT  TOTEM CLUB  Fridays - 8:00 p.m.  RESERVE HALL  SO calls for $300.00  two $50 gamos  EVERYONE WELCOME  r  ��� OLD AGE PENSIONERS ��� arrange for time  ��� NIGHT LEAGUES - 7 tOO and 9:00 p.m., Monday through Friday  ��� BOWLERS REQUIRED - for men's and ladles' leagues  ��� YOUTH BOWLERS - register for Saturday bowling  ��� VOLUNTARY COACHES - needed for youths  piloYs^NiiFDluG. ifmto- muhtary coachIs  For new wood or re-do, OLYMPIC  STAIN Is one ol the most beautiful  things you can do for wood. It lets the  natural grain and texture show through  while It penetrates for protection. And  it never cracks, peels or blisters, Buy 4  gallons now at the regular price, and  we'll give you a (3th gallon at no extra  charge,  S��W  Old paint a problem? Don't repaint.,.  put on the OVERCOATI Once you try it,  you'll put it over paint every time.  Olympic guarantees you'll like  OVERCOAT better than any ordinary  house paint you've ever used. If you're  not convinced, just return the  remainder of your first gallon with any  unopened cans and we'll refund your  money, Choose from 25 colors, Buy 4  gallons now at the regular price, and  wo'll give you a 5th gallon at no oxtra  charge,  885-2811 or 8 5-9611  KM  i\   4 M   * f, >t  ��/i r *n >.'���<'  toMi.v.mir  TMCTBimillJUiimif  rWtTI����UiUM  awuuRseocntjouBS  '������i.iiiiiiiiii^  lam  X~f. /  /  /-*���  Ih  Read the Want Ads for Best Buys      phone 885-3231  Coming Events  GARAGE sale Sat. 28,10 a.m. - 2  p.m. botttom of Mason Rd.  . 1938-39  Work Wanted  DUMP  TRUCK   and  backhoe  available. Ph. Phil Nicholson  1886-2110 or 885-2515, 55tfn  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phono 885-3231.  '  Birth Announcements       Real Estate  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ... are pleased to sponsor this  Birth Announcement space, and  extend Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  In Memoriam  DONATIONS to the Canadian  Cancer Society are gratefully  acknowledged and will be  devoted solely to Cancer  Research. Donations should be  addressed to the Canadian'  Cancer Society, c-o Mrs.. A.J.  Hatcher, Madeira Park, B.C.  Cards are sent to the bereaved  and receipts for income tax  purposes to donors. 1898-39  SAXTON REALTY  HARD TO FIND  But worth the effort, small but  cozy starter or for the retired.  1248 Headlands Rd. in Gibsons.  Sunny, clean & maintenance  free. New garage & garden shed  included in asking price of  $31,900. Try your offer.  LOTS OF LOT  On Winn Rd. ��� build your castle  by the sea, next to the village and  school. Owners ask. $14,900. Try  an offer. For more info, on above  2 ads., call:  BRIAN MELLIS  929-3037  or 929-3416  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31, 1975  Gross Circulation 4925s  Paid Circulation 3689  As filed with the Audit  Bureau of  Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion  $1.80  Three Insertions  $3.60  Extra Lines (4 words) 60c  (Display Ad-Briefs  ���       . ^  .   $3.60 per column inch) '  Box Numbers 60c extra.  Legal or Reader advertising 60c per  count line.     ^ *- -  Deaths, Card of Thanks,. In  Memoriam, Marriage and Engagement notices are $6.00 (up to 14  lines) and 60c per line after that.  Four words per line.  Birfh Notices,' Coming Events  take  regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs   must   be   paid   for    in  advance by Saturday; 5 p.m.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail-  Local Area .'. $7.00 yr,  . Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  U.S.A -. .',..$10.00yr.  Overseas .., $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  ( ,   Local Area......."'. $6.00  : Single Copies :... 15c ea.  PHONE: PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233  1844-39   PageQ-2        The Peninsula Times      Wed. August 25,1976  Personal  DID YOU KNOW there is an  . earth already a universal  house of justice operating for the  present aid and guidance for the  future for all mankind? 885-9450,  886-2078, Bah'ai New World  Order. 1880-40  ALCOHOLICS      ANONYMOUS  meetings   8:30   p.m.   every  Wednesday.     Madeira     Park  Community Hall. Phone 883-  9978. 12648-tfn  PHOTOGRAPHS   published   in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your, own use at The  Times office. 1473-tf  .......... ��J - ��� j.i  COME IN TO J&C Electronics  for  your free  Radio  Shack,  catalogue. 1327-tfn  Help Wanted  AVON  "It's fun being an Avon  representative. I meet new  people, have extra money, work  when I want. My family says I'm  more interesting." Sound good?  Call:  ROBERTS CREEK  100 x 180 ft. well treed lot. Gentle  southern slope. On quiet side  road near good beach. Reduced  for quick sale. F.P. $12,900 MLS.  REDROOFFS  Superior architect designed  home approx. 1,800 sq. ft. built  1974. Top quality throughout.  Features unique central courtyard offering complete  seclusion, plus 16 x 24 ft.  workshop. F.P. $63,900.  For above properties please call  CORRYROSS  885-9250  L.E. KYLE REALTOR  922-1123  1930-39  GIBSONS 4.6 acres on Boyle ltd.  overlooking Howe Sound. Near  ferry, very secluded. Not in land  freeze. Cunningham and Rivard  appraisal available. Asking  $25,000 obo. Ph. (112) 731-  0856. ..  189041  HALF ACRE treed lot. Good soil.  Level on Wakefield Rd. Ph. 885-  2039. 189441  Real Estate  Real Estate  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C..  Member of Multiple Listing Service  TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  WATERFRONT  PENDER HARBOUR  New 1973,3 bdrm 1200 plus sq.  ft. post and beam. Cedar  panelling. Harvest gold  automatic dishwasher, self  cleaning range, fridge. Good  sheltered dock, deep  moorage, beautiful view,  nicely treed. Lot 30, Garden  Bay Estates. $115,000. To  view call 883-2709, 291-1642,  941-5451. 1153-tfn  ALMOST NEW beautiful 3 bdrm  1560 sq. ft. full bsmt home. This  house is loaded with expensive  features. Must be seen by anyone  considering a new house. Excl.  financing and irreplacably  priced. Located close to schools  and stores in Gibsons. Ph. 886-  7668. 191741  SEACOAST DESIGN  & CONSTRUCTION  Custom Home Design  885-9213   Larry Moore   885-3718  1900-tfn  BYOWNER  Brand new 3 bdrm. 1200 sq. ft.  home on a 100 x 100 ft. well treed  and very private lot on Chaster  Rd. Shake roof with skylights.  Full basement with f.p. finished  upstairs and down. See and  compare at $49,000.  FOR INFORMATION CALL  886-7511  1931-tfin  LANGDALE  Large serviced view lots. Ideal  for recreation for retirement.  Phone 731-0259  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� brand new cedar home with 2160 sq ft of  living area on two levels. 2 bdrm on main level and 3rd bdrm in tower  level.' 2 fireplaces, rec room, sundeck, view of harbour. Electric heat,  thermopane windows. $73,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� Small 2 bedroom furnished cottage on 2 large lease  lots. Leases have approx 17 years remaining plus 20 year option. Close  to stores, marinas and P.O. $10,000.   FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Lot 47, Rondeview Rood ��� new 3 bdrm split  level home, partial basement with unfinished rec room, corner  fireplace, oil heat, ensuite plbg, sundeck & carport. $68,500.  1755-39  SOON'TO BE constructed, 1,300  ,sq:; ft. w-w, two fp, full bsmt,  dble.klass leaded windows, dlble  plumbing, carport, on large lot on  Redcliffe Rd. Price approx.  $47,500. Ph. 885-3773. 1808-39  BY ..OWNER:    view   lot   on  Thompson   Rd.,   Landgale  Hghts, $14,900. Ph. 988-2442.  1800-39  Mrs. S. Anderson  Mrs. H. Phillips  339-5856  885-2183  1391-tfn  VILLAGE OF Gibsons. Applications are invited for the  position of temporary wharfinger  with duties to commence September 1,1976. Applications will  be received up to 4:30 p.m.  Friday, August 27, 1976. Application forms are available at  the Municipal Office of by writing  to Village of Gibsons, Box 340,  Gibsons. . ,   1915-39  -  BIDS WILL be accepted for  janitor work at Pender Harbour and District Community  Health Clinic. Work includes  daily light cleaning, monthly rug  shampoo and window cleaning as  required. Estimated 60 hours per  month. Forward bids to Box 308,  Madeira  Park,  B.C.  1905-39  WE ARE looking for a cple. interested in living at a fishing  resort on the Sunshine Coast in  exchange for light caretaking  duties. Mobile Pad avail. Apply  Box 1934 stating age, experience  etc. c-o Peninsula Times, Box  310, Sechelt, B.C. 193441  AVON " ~~  ��� To buy or sell. Call 885-2183o  886-9166.  1545-tfn  EXP. LEGAL Secretary req'd. in  Sechelt area. Apply Box 1860  c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt, B.C, 186040  BABY SITTER, 2-3 days a week.  Near Donley Dr. Ph. 883-  2520. 1786-39  Work Wanted  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  & GARDEN MAINTENANCE  Landscape Design  Nice lawas by seed or sod  Low maintenance rock or bark  mulch gardens  Rockeries  Regular scheduled lawn  & garden maintenance  No job too big or too small  FREE ESTIMATES 886-7244  1441-tfn  John's Iiiind.scnpinK  Instand I -awns or Seeded  Lawn   and   Garden   Maintenance  Complete Concrete nnd Stone  Work  Tree Pruning  Screened Topsoil  Bark Mulch and Sluublxjry  Complete Line of Fencing  886-7152  17%-tfn  Real Estate, Land Developments, New Homes  Vancouver Dirkt Line    685-5544    Office 885-2241  imym  REDROOFFS AREA. 1/2 acre and larger lots, nicely treed, park-like setting, trailers allowed, serviced.  From $10,500. Call Ed Baker. A  COME AND SEETHE VIEW. Several lots from $13,900 on Laureland Greer Avenues in Davis Bay. Call Len  Van Egmond.  SECRET CQVE. Large lots pow being offered, nicely treed, close to beach and marina. From only $7,900.  Call Suzanne Van Egmond.  SANDY HOOK, beautifully treed, elevated waterfront lot overlooking sparkling Sechelt Inlet. Serviced  with water and hydro and easily accessible from road. F.P. $28,500. Call Sue Pate.  65' WATERFRONT LOT with something for everyone. Solid rock to build your dream house on. Natural  boat launch. All services in. F.P. $32,000, Call Dave Roberts.  SANDY HOOK, The view from this lot goes on forever. 90' of frontage is a bonus and the price is just right  for a bargain-hunter. If you are Interested give Sue Pate a call for more Info.  PORPOISE BAY ��� SUNSHINE HEIGHTS. Your choice of 3 view lots. Cleared, serviced and roady to build  on. Unobstructed panoramic view with access to marina. Asking $10,850, try your terms. Call Ed Baker.  tHOMESi  DAVIS BAY. Deluxe 3 bedroom view homo one short block from tho best beach on tho Sunshlno Coast.  Cus|om built by owner, This beautifully appolntod home must bo soon to bo fully appreciated. For appointment to vlow call Suo Pato, ���  WATERFRONT COTTAGE. .Walking dlstanco to downtown, Cozy, modern, 2 bedroom, perfect for  rotlromont. Good boach at Iront of lovol watorfront lot. Priced at $18,000 for oxcollont leasehold title.  Call Davo Roborts to vlow.  WATERFRONT HOME, Socholt Inlot's flnost watorfront, Lovol from road to wator, no bank, 3 bdrm ranch-  stylo homo, 1400 sq ft, 1 bdrm guost or rovonuo cottago, 3 car garago, woll trood and prlvato. Show by  appolntmont only, Call Davo Roborts to vlow,  COUNTRY BUNGALOW, If It's socluslon with a vlow you'ro looking for, soo this spotless 2 bdrm, 2 yr old  homo. Eloctrlc hoat, half bsmt. Nosltod among dogwoods and ovorgroons. Asking $37,500. Call Ed Bakor,  GIBSONS WATERFRONT, Catch a salmon from your sundock I Exocutlvo stylo homo on tho bluff. Hugo  living room, roc room, mastor bdrm has full bath. Loads of parking, oil pavod. Priced In tho mid 90's. Call  Davo Roborts.  SANDY HOOK. Boautlful vlow of Inlot. 3 bdrms, w/w throughout, full basement, 2 flroplacos, carport &  sundock. Locatod on Doorhorn Dr, Asking $49,700, ownor will carry Agroomont at 11 % Intorost, Call Ed  Bakor,  WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A THEE SERVICE?  ��� Experienced,  insured  work?  ��� Prompt, guaranteed wrvlce?  -��� Fair estimates?  Then gives u.s a call: PEERLESS  TREE .SERVICES LTD., 11115-  21011. 758-tfn  EXP,    MOTHER    wImIium    lo  babysit small  children  for  wlinlo-days or weekends free In  inrii for Hiime. I'll. IIB3-2f)��(l.   IV02-  11APPY   MOPPEHS,  Jiuiliorlni  .Service. Ph. IIIMI-9218 or 1111(1-  7100. MMlfn  EXPERIENCED   carpenters,  ��    very  low  rales.   Pli,  WMir/a,  un:*-:wi>:>, 1711742  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME on 1/2 aero. This largo custom family homo has ovorythlng Including a pool tablo  In tho lull flnlshod rocroatlon room. 2 bdrms up and 1 down, Lovoly stono flroplaco, Call Suo Pato.  HIGHWAY 101   -WEST SECHELT. Largo 2 sloroy, 4 bdrm homo suitable for 1 or 2 famlllos. 2 sundocks,  largo landscapod lot, Finn houso for largo family or possible rovonuo, $40,000, Call our solos stall,  iBMSINESSESIllll*  SERVICE STATION R COFFEE SHOP In Halfmoon Bay, A flood buslnoss, only $45,000; Includos buslnoss,  oqulpmont nnd proporly, Coll Lon Van Egmond,  LADIES CLOTHING, Tho llnanclal statements loll tho story I Tako tlmo to look ovor this unlquo opportunity  lor somoono with Initiative who con handle two busy location?,, (Socholt & Gibsons), Prosont ownor is  rotlrlng, Call Dovo Roborts.  fA0B.EmG.E?  REDROOFFS. Approx 1 1/4 ocros ovorlooklng Sarnonts liny. Hydro and walor, trallors allowod. Asking  $17,500, vlow Ihls proporty and mako your ollor, Call Ed Bokor,  DEVELOPMENT ACREAGE, 5 arms, nlvo or loko, In Socholt vllln-jo, Probable vlow ol Socholt Inlot ollor  snlnrtlvo clocirlng. Roods to both onrls, wotor nnd powor to ono ond. Build o60' of rood ond cronto 20 lots,,  66 x 132' ouch. F,P, $3(1,900| 25% down will hondlo. Coll Dnvo Roborts,  TAKE A GOOD LOOK I 'Excollont Invoslmont In this 4..1 lovol, trood acroc-go with o v|ow| Cornor ol  Bandy Hook Rd und Socholt Inlot Rd. Not In the land frooio.' Subdivision o onop, F.P, $32,500. Coll Sua  Polo,  - FREE CATALOGUE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST -  Sue Pate     Dave Roberts     Len/Suzanne Van Egmond      U Baker  885-2436    885-2973 885 9683 885-2641  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� well built'3 BR home, built 1975,  1434 sq. ft. ��, full basement. Large living room attractively finished in  teak panelling, 2 stone fireplaces, separate 2 car garage, master BR  ensuite with walk-in clothes closet. Electric heat and many extras.  Treed 1 /2 acre lot with view over Harbour. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 1000 sq ft+ 2 bdrm home on landscaped lease lot  overlooking Garden Bay. Close to stores & marinas. $37,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 bdrm view home, built 1975, on large lot on  Gulfview .Rd. Full basement, 2 sundecks, fireplace, electric heat.  Includes all drapes, central vacuum, dishwasher, fridge, range, garbage compactor & garbage disposal unit. $49,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1.3 acres treed view  property and very large 3 BR home - circular living room a feature, 2  fireplaces, whirlpool tub in master bath, partial .basement with rec  room and many extras in this fine and very private home. $170,000.  GARDEN BAY"��� 1,500 sq ft home, built 1963 ��� 4 bdrm, carport,  partial basement, oil furnace. Situated on very large lot. $38,000.  RONDEVIEW ROAD. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� brand new and spacious,  this 3 bdrm home also has a swimming pool. Immediate possession.  $79,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Beautiful 3 bdrm cedar ranch style home.  ' 1,363 sqftj+built 1975.'Landscaped, dbl garage, large sundeck & view  over harbour. House is well constructed and nicely decorated. $79,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Lot 29, Rondeview Road ��� new 3 bdrm home,  full basement, ensuite plbg, roughed in rec room. $69,500. .  SECHELT ��� 2,355+ sq ft 4 bdrm home on one level, built 1965, plus  one bdrm suite, 4 car carport & 588 sq ft heated workshop. Small guest  cottage. Located on 3.0+ acres of beautiful, level, park-like land on  the Sechelt Inlet Rd., approx one mile from Sechelt. A very nice  property. $130,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2 bdrm home'with an excellent View over Lee  Bay. W/W carpets, sundeck. Range and fridge included. Close to  marina and gov't wharf. $34,900.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 bdrm Spanish syle ranch home, 1,412 sq ft, built  1975. Fireplace, electric heat, view of Harbour. $52,000.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR ranch style home, built 1973, on large  treed lot. Garage and separate storage shed. $49,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 1,150 sq ft+ 3 bdrm ranch style home, built  June 1975, double carport & storage, 1 1/2 bathrooms, no stairs to  climb. Large selectively treed lot. $64,900.    7       v  GARDEN BAY ESTATES :��� large deluxe 3 bdrm home, built 1975.  Luxury living In a beautiful home in an area of.fine homes, with a view  over Pender Harbour. $110,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 bdrm home, built 1974. 2 full bathrooms, W-W,  white marble fireplace. Kitchen includes dishwasher, counnter-top.  range, built-in oven. Carport, sundeck, 3/4 basement, $55,000.  EGMONT ��� 2 bdrm home, 790 sq ft��, enclosed porch. On 1/2 acre+_  lot, close to Egmont Marina. $27,000.  J WATERFRONT HORSES |  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2 BR homo with partial basomont on 300 ft. i  waterfront, Swooping vlow of Harbour ontranco, Islands & Gulf. Good  gardon aroa, no stalrsto climb and privacy. $ 140,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 3 BR homo on 237 ft + waterfront lot, approx  1/2 acre, with panoramic vlow of Straits and Harbour  ontranco. Houso Is designed for outdoor living with 1744 sq ft��, of  sundock on 3 lovols, Pius family room and off Ico/don. $115,000  BUCCANEER BAY ��� Thormanby Island. 2 BR furnished summor homo  locatod within 100 yds of sandy boach and Vaucroft government dock.  $47,500.  4 MILE POINT, SANDY HOOK ��� 111 lt�� watorfront with attraetlvo,  woll constructed 3 bdrm homo on 3 lovols, built 1975. 3,392 sqft of  living aroa plus basomont area with sauna and change room. Many  oxtras Including family room, rooftop patio, sundock on all 3 lovols,  ��132,000. ,    "        |   WATERFRONT LOTS   |  1. GARDEN BAY -- 290 ft�� watorfront wllh sholtorod moorago,  drlvoway In. Approx, 2 ocros, $70,000.  2. GERRANS BAY- 100 ft + watorfront with 100' frontago on Francis  Ponlnsula Road. Drlvoway, soptlc tank, water lino and oloctrlclty all In  $32,000.  3. REDROOFFS ROAD 1.5+,acro lot, oxcollont Gulf vlow. 100+. clllf  watorfrontago, $10,900,  4. GARDEN BAY ESTATES- Lot 31, approx 00' watorfront, southorn  oxposuro, Doop sholtorod moorngo; $39,000.  5. REDROOFFS --- Approx 3/4 aero lovol trood lot with 75' �� bluff W/F.  panoramic vlow, Soptlc approvod. $17,900,  6. SAKINAW LAKE - 120 ft �� watorfront lot, fairly lovol, oasy to build  on, npprox 2/3 ocro, Westerly oxposuro, good sholtorod moorago,  $16,000,  7. MADEIRA PARK ��� 05+ ft, watorfront, 1.36 acros In Madolra Pork,  on Hwy, 101, $20,000.  HOBILE HOkIES  PAT SLADEY  Ros, 003-9019  DAN WILEY  Ros. 003-9149  ACREAGE  1975 MONARCH DELUXE this 12 x 40' mobllo homo Is llko now,  W/W, dropot, rango, Irldgo, 7x0' utility shod all includod. A vory  oltrodlvo trallor sot up closo lo tho wator, $ 12,000,  GENDALL NORWESTLR doluxo 1974 rnodol, 3 bdrm* with oxtra largo  living loom, Locatod al LR&B Mobllo Homo Park, Modolrn Park. Closo to  school, storos & marinas, $13,500,  SArEWAY DOUBLE WIDE 24 x 60', 3 bdrm R Inmity room, on��ulto.  plbg, locolod ot Ruby Loko Rosorls, An Immnculcito yaar-round or  turnmor homo. $23,500.  1; RUBY LAKE ��� 2 1/4 acres -f view property, driveway In, building -  site cleared. $19,000. .. -r  2. SILVER SANDS ��� 4 acres �� of Gulf view'property with small cortege and 2 mobile homes (12 x 60 8 10 x 50) creek. $58,500.  3. MIDDLE POINT ��� 18.96 acres with creek and 2 bdrm cottage.  $40,000.  4. KLEINDALE ��� 23.78 acres treed land. Menacher Road runs through  property. Some merchantable timber (not for sale separately).  $50,000.  5. KLEINDALE ��� Approx. 20 acres of fairly level land with approx. 10  acres cleared. $42,000.  6. GARDEN BAY ROAD ���2.33 acres fairly level land, 3 BR home with  W/W, sundeck..Good garden area, creek, $49,900.,  7. IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2.87 level acres, view of entrance to Pender  Harbour, across .road from public waterfront access. $42,000.  8. KLEINDALE ��� 5 acres _+fronting on Hwy 101. $25,000.  9* MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 1/2 acres of park-like land on Spinnaker  Road, near Lillies (Paq) Lake. $35,000.  10. KLEINDALE ��� 4.24 acres + acres on Hiway 101. Arable land,  partly cleared, creek. 24' trailer. $25,000.  11. MIDDLE POINT ��� 19.9 acres �� acres with small one BR cottage  located on Hwy 101. Acreage in natural state with good bldg sites on  higher elevations. $53,000.  I REVENUE PROPERTIES!  TRINCOMALI MARINA ��� 2.21 acres in Madeira Park with 180' good  waterfront ��� good gravel beach, boat launching ramp, floats, boot  shop with heavy shop equipment, marine ways. And a nice 4 bdrm  home with partial basement, good view. $195,000.  GRANTHAMS LANDING STORE ��� on 50 ft beach waterfront lot. Small  grocery sstore, post office, owners 3 bdrm suite, two 2 bdrm rental  suites, one 1 bdrm rental cottage. Purchase price includes store  shelving, furnishings, equipment and $8,000 stock in trade. Good  business for a couple. $110,000.   TAYLOR'S GARDEN BAY STORE ��� 1.4 acres land, 650 ft�� sheltered  waterfront, large general store with' butcher shop, office, stock rooms  & post office. 370+ lineal ft floats. Standard Oil dealership, owners 2  BR home. $240,000 plus cash for. stock in trade.  f"~ LOTS 1  1. NARROWS ROAD ��� Good bldg lots, $9,000 a $9,500.  2. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots, most with view, close to school,  stores, P.O. & marinas. $10,000-$22,000.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ���Lot 34, Rondeview Road. Driveway in, some  clearing done, serviced with water & hydro. Nice building lot. $10,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ���1 l/2�� acres, nicely treed, secluded. Hydro  water septic tank & drain field in. $25,000.  5. GARDEN BAY ��� serviced lots, some with excellent view. $12,000 to  $18,500.  6. RUBY LAKE ��� Lot 27, semi-waterfront view lot, road access, hydro.  $7,000. Owner anxious to sell, make an offer.  7. EARLS COVE ��� large corner lot, serviced with hydro, close to  waterfront. $11,000.  8. HALFMOON BAY''��� Lot 43 on Truman Road. View lot with water,  hydro & sewer available. $14,900.  9. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� good secluded lot at end of Elliot Rd, Hydro  available. $8,500.  10 RUBY LAKE ��� Lot 31, nice building lot with a view of Ruby  Lake. Driveway in, building site prepared. Road access. $12,800.  11. SANDY HOOK ��� Lots 58 & 59, side by side view lots on Deerhorn  Drive. $10,500 each.      .  v,  12. FRANCIS PENINSULA ���  2  treed,  parklike, fairly level  lots on  Cameron Road. $13,500 each.    ' "    ���  IWATERFRONT ACREAGE!  EGMONT ��� 2100 ft + excellent waterfront on Agammemnon Channel  with road access from Egmont Road. Large bay, good gravel beach,  approx. 32 acres, small creek, ramp, float, 2 BR furnished home (built  1974), furnished one BR guest cottage, light plant,,$250,000.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 3 parcels., each with an undivided l/24th interest  In D.L. 3839,375'+. waterfront, 5+_ acres. Southwest exposure, boat or  plane acess. $24,000 to $30.000.   WESTMERE BAY ��� NELSON ISLAND ���A unique 40 acre property with  both sea front and lake front. 1500 ft�� good sheltered waterfront in  Westmere Bay and 200 ft + lakefront on West Lake. Improvements  consist of a good 3 bdrm home, 2 summer cottages, floats and Jeep  road to West Lake. Full price $160,000.  Adjoining 4.8 acres, with 1200 ft.+. waterfront could be purchased  in conjunction with the above property for $40,000.  EARL COVE ��� 1800 ft. �� good watorfront on approx. 42 acros. 3 BR  furnlshod home, creek, access from Egmont Rd. $225,000.  EGMONT ��� 562 ft + good waterfront on 4 3/4 acres + with nice 2  bdrm doublo wide mobile home & addition with 3rd bdrm, 2nd  bathroom 8. utility room. Road access from Maple Road, $ 125,000,  AGAMMEMNON BAY ��� 200 ft + waterfront with 5.11 acres ad|acont  to Jorvls Vlow Marina. Spectacular vlow up Jervis Inlet and fishing on  your doorstop. $68,000.    GARDEN BAY ��� 3 1/2-fc acres   with   500 ft+_ sholtorod waterfront.  A vory nice parcel. $122,500,  DORISTON ��� Socholt Inlot ��� small wator loaso acroago with unfinished cabin. $6,500.  Ilakefront properties!  HOTEL LAKE ��� 150' 4- oxcollont lakofront, 1/2 acre -j- with Southerly  oxposuro. $22,000, "  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 165 ft�� lakofront, 6.3 acros�� with small cottogo.  Excollont trood proporly with sholtorod bay. $50,000.  SAKINAW LAKE   107 ft lakofront  lot  with comfortable summor  cottago, Franklin llroploco, largo sundock on 2 sldos, Rango, frldgo,  somo furnlturo, float 8, 16 ft+_sailboat Includod. $26,000.  ISLANDS  PAQ LAKE, MADEIRA PARK   3.77 acros, with 406 ft �� lokofront.  Possibility of subdividing to approx 11 lots. Hydro 8. walor available.  $65,000. -:  ���-- - -  ���  RUBY LAKE ��� 120 acros�� of oxcollont land, 400' watorfront on Ruby  Lako, 2,600 ft,+_ watorfront on lagoon, 2 houses, prosontly rontod &  trailer spacos. $160,000.  SAKINAW LAKE DL 4696, containing 165 acros ��, wllh opprox 4040  It of oxcollont walorfront, Accoss by |oop road Irom Gardon Bay Road.  $390,000.  SAKINAW LAKE - 3250 lt�� cholco watorfront, 32+ acros with 2  surrimor homos, lloats, $205,000,  SAKINAW LAKE 57.5 acros + wllh 3,500 fl*j- sholtorod watorfront. 2  summor cattogos with bathrooms, 2 docks, walor occoss only.  $200,000.  SAKINAW LAKE 000'-fc lakofront wllh dock, sand boach, Southerly  oxposuro, 043 sq ft 3 bdrm furnlshod coltago wllh 3 ploco bathroom,  Full prlco $60,000, Ownor will finance,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 2 bodroom furnlshod cottago, guost cobln on 1.34  ocros loasod land with opprox. 175' sholtorod watorlront. $ 16,900.  SUTTON ISLAND, Enmont ��� boautilul Irood small Island, 1.7 acros:|-  wllh bonc.h ond sholtorod cava, locotod dlroctly In front ol tho Egmont  Morlna. Asking $40,500.  WILLIAM ISLAND boautilul 2 1/2-J; ncio Island at tho ontrnhco to  Pondor Horbour, just olf Irvine's Landing, Piped wolor, $100,000,  DON LOCK  Ros. 003-2526  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  003*2233 t  "���*    I  J  x, ���  \.    I  Y -  /  ���^  Real Estate  Real Estate  Real Estate  Mobile Homes  For Rent  For Rent  BYOWNER  (,'ustom 3 bdrm, 1350 sq. ft", one  year old bungalow located on a  large landscaped lot. Many,  extras include a Heatalator  fireplace, rugs throughout, large  kitchen with sliding patio doors  off eating area. Built-in dish  washer, dble carport with storage mi On Pratt Rd. and  Chaster.  PH 886-7859 after 5.  .. 1912-39.  i   BEAUTIFUL  treed  W-F   on  Texada   Island.   Choice   200'  , beach, buy all or half. Offers. Ph.  486-7150.  ��� "1750-39  CASH   FOR   your   home   or  property. Call John Wilson, 885-  9365, Royal City Realty Ltd. Ph.  526-2888. ���     819-tfn  3 BDRM PARTIAL view home in  W. Sechelt. Enste, plumb.  Revenue ste. 16x24 patio over  dble carport. Up and down FP, w-  w throughout, large rec rm; large  workshop area on V4 acre corner  lot. Cash to mortgage. Full price.  $64,000. Ph. 885-2451. 1909-39  OFFERS ON 2 bdrm home.  Davis Bay area. Asking  $37,000. Secluded view lot, approx. half acre. Close to sandy  beach. Ph. 885-9970. 1902-39  POWELL RIVER duplex $22,000,  $2500 dn. Reduced for quick  sale, presently being rented. Call  collect (112) 254-5836.       1839-tfn  RESIDENTIAL     serv.     lot  60' x 150' close to town. Cor.  Trail  and   W.   Porpoise   Rd.,  $12,500. Ph. eves 253-2502. 1697-40  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza      * ' Gibsons  886-2000 886-9121  GIBSONS RURAL ��� Approx. 1 mile to schools, shops and churches. 1/2  acre developed as natural park. Well constructed 2 bdrm cottage  features step-saver kitchen, adjoining dining area is spearated from  living rm by lovely built-in. china cabinet with planter above. Modern  vanity bath, utility, electric heat, attached carport with storage end.  $45,000 full price.  SEASIDE PLAZA  Listings Wanted  Norm Peterson  SECHELT VILLAGE. Gracious  and spacious home in heart of  Sechelt. 2 large bdrm on main.  Crestwood kitchen, to. diningrm,  hardwood floors. High bright  txsmt with 2 bdrm roughed in. On  Medusa St. Must be sold, $49,500.  Ph. 883-2759 -or (112) 266-4986.  1919-42  NEAR NEW 2 bdrm bsmt home,  Sechelt village. Owner leaving  area. Priced reasonable. Cash or  will rent to older cple. No pets.  Ref. Apply 1305 Pebble Cres. 1911-  39         MAKE AN OFFER!  Vacant, Glendale mobile home  with large addition, laundry  .room and carport, on 56' x 158'  lot in W. Sechelt. Asking $29,000.  Ph. 885-2416.    ,      192241  Mobile Homes  LIKE NEW    .  1973 Bendix Leader 3 bedroom  with front kitchen, with or  without furniture, plus washer  and dryer. Located at Sundance  Trailer Court in Sechelt. Call  weekends only 885-9094.      1765-39  FURNISHED 1974 12' x 60'  Bendex leader. 2 bdrm, centre  livingrm and reverse aisle.  Washer and dryer incl. Set up in  Madeira Pk. Trailer Crt, $12,500  obo. Ph. 883-9149. 1806-39  MOBILE HOME spaces, large  lots, near Beach,  Roberts  Creek. Ph. 926-1024. 1748-tfn  Mortgages  886-2607  MOBILE HOME spaces, large  lots,   near   beach,   Roberts  Creek. Ph. 885-3988 or 926-1024.  1748-ttn  INSTANT housing 10 x 55 Mobile.  Home on site or to go. Good  Cond. Reasonable. 885-3372.  1923-39  ROYAL  BANK  Were you thinking of buying or  building a home? *  Yes.. .we have mortgage funds.  ��� Available up to $49,000      '������  ��� Over 25 years at 12 pet.  Why not drop in today and  discuss it with  MARCIA BLAND   ,  Personal Loans Officer  or  HERB MITCHELL  Manager  ROYAUBANK  SECHELTBRANCH  ' 1823-37  For Rent  SUNSHINE COAST  WATERFRONT  400' private WF, 2 bdrm, vaulted  ceiling in LR, spectacular view. .  No pets, adults only. Lease avail.  Reply Box 1876 c-o Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt,  &C. 1876-tfn  3 BDRM CABIN on beach  n Roberts Creek, avail Sept.-  June, $185 per mo. Ph. 437-  8386. 1820-39  WEST SECHELT waterfront.  Sept. thru June. Furn 2 storey,  4 bdrm, \l/z bathrms, auto heat,.  $400 mo. Ph. 885-3654.       1577-tfn  HALL FOR RENT, Wilson Creek  Community.   Hall.     Contact  Bonnie Wigard, 885-9403.11121-tfn  131' WATERFRONT: 4 bdrm,-  4100 sq ft executive home.  Circular fireplace in large,  view LR. Ship deck floors,  large family kitchen -with''  built-in Jenn-Air range, wall  oven, garburator & deluxe  walnut cabinets. Huge rec &  billiard room. Stone fireplace.  W/W carpets. THIS HOME  MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. Asking $125,000  3 BR VILLAGE HOME; Very  neat & tidy. W-W carpet in all  rooms except utility & kitchen.  Large yard. A very low  maintenance home. FP  $46,500.  mm��mwmXxxB;j^3  bis^��&^&��uS&dii3&Jtiii��A^sM  SEMI-WATERFRONT HOME:  Cozy 2 bedroom home, neat &  tidy, on a 60 x 150' semi W/F  lot in Davis Bay. Nice yard and  sundeck. F.P. $47,900.  2 BR BASEMENT HOME: Immaculately, Kept. Fully landscaped, carport with separate  workshop. Large garden. 2  fireplaces & a nice deck. FP  $47,750 ��� terms.  $29,500 FULL PRICE: Davis  Bay. 3 bedrooms, garden lot.  Fruit trees. Converted mobile  home with large living room.  Steel fireplace, w/w carpets.  One blk to beach.  PRICE REDUCED: West Sechelt.  Contemporary 1,600 , sq ft  home with a basement and  double camper sized carport.  2 bathrooms, all rooms are  large. Living area is down. All  bedrooms on second floor.  1/2 acre heavily treed lot  close to the beach. FP  $69,500.  - ��V*c, - yKTj    -  2 BDRM CONTEMPORARY  HOME: on an excellent view  lot. No clearing, home is very  well finished. Sundeck S  Franklin fireplace. F,P.  $44,900.  WATERFRONT HOME: 2 bdrm,  small home on a large lot. 95'  of good W/F by 550' doop,  Homo has 1/2 basement. F.P.  $48,500  ROBERTS CREEK: Excollont building lot approx. 70' x 140' locatod on  tho Lower Rood. F.P. $12,500,  2,000 SQ FT HOME; with 4  bedrooms, all upstairs. Main  floor has living room diving  room, family, kithen and large  games room. Double carports,  extra ceiling, height. FP'  $86,000.  1*  Wl ft* *t-^ - - -  SELMA PARK: 2 BR homo on ovor an aero, Hos largo workshop away  from tho houso, Immodiato possession, F.P, $35,000,  ROBERTS CREEK: Llko lo own an aero that Is nlcoly trood with a yoar-  round crook? Horo It Is I F.P. $16,900.  PROTECTED MOORAGE: 10,000 sq ft lot that Is nlcoly trood and  sorvlcod with a sowor systom In Socrot Covo, Prlcod for Immodiato  solo. $25,900.  ROBERTS CREEK: at tho ond of a cul do sac ��� 90' frontago - will  havo a vlow, F,P. $12,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 3 ocros with a crook - 1/2 down --- Bal ovor 5  yrs. F.P, $19,900, ��� '  SELMA PARK: I00x200| covorod with ovorgroons ��� asking  $16,000.  m&Mmmmm  ESTATE CATALOGUE  HALFMOON   BAY   WATER  FRONT:        Just        enough f&_'  watorfront but low taxes on ��.-*������  this ono bedroom cottage. 40  ft of good usable beach cabin  Is sound and within walking  distance  to   Half  Moon   Bay  dock,  SANDY HOOK: watorfront ��� 150' of shoreline, Nlcoly trood with a  boautlful vlow, F,P, $15,500.  WEST SECHELT: Mason Road vlow lot, If it Is vlow proporty you aro  looking lor ��� this Is It I Try your offor to $16,900.  SMALL ACREAGE; ,106' x 562' Rodrooffs Rd. Wator & powor, gardon  soli. Idoal rotlromont sito. F.P. $17,000,  5 DEVELOPED ACRES: 330' x 660' all foncod. 2/3 cloarod and In  grass, balanco nlcoly trood, Somo ocoon vlow, foncod ft sorvlcod,  Roborts Crook aroa.' $27,000.  3 BR STARTER: Extra largo lot, qulot doad ond stroot, Vory tidy 1,000  sq ft homo; all flnlshod, FP $41,500.  WATER VIEW LOT: Davis Bay aroa 70' x 150' fully sorvlcod lot. FP  $13,000.  10 ACRES OF FLAT FARMLAND: On Hombury Rd, Trood & sorvlcos  with hydro. Wator no problom ��� ��� crook noarby. Frontago on 2  roads. FP $35,000,  BEACH AVENUE: 00' lot with many largo troos, fully sorvlcod & closo  to tho boach, FP $14,000,  LARGE SELMA PARK HOME: With landscaped grounds, Flnlshod  basomont, vory good quality throughout.  3 BR FULL BASEMENT HOME: On vlow lol noar tho arona, Yard In Hat  ond lovol. Homo Is In oxcollont condition. 2 bathrooms. Lnrgo  sundock and many oxtras. Try $10,000 down.  PRICE REDUCED; Wost Socholt, Contemporary 1,600 ��q ft homo with  a bqsomont nnd doublo compor sized carport. 2 bathrooms, nil  rooms nro lorgo, Living aron Is down, All bodrooms on socond floor.  I /2 ocro hoavlly (rood lol closo to tho booch. FP $69,500,  MINI FARM: 1.00 Acros. Completely ronovotod 960 sq It homo has  liroplncu, Jonn Alro rango, and doluxo coblnots, 000 sq ft shop  comnnt floor, horitc-d. 220 powor, Small guost cabin, Chlckon houso  l> on comont. Fruit troos, gardon. Cloto lo goll course. R2 Zonod.  FP $79,500.  SfClir.LT WATWRONT: Ovor 1 ncro of land and n potential subdivision. Oldor  3  bndrooni  homo  In  loll   condition  sovoral  out,  buildings, FP $75,000.  NEW furnished 2 bdrm house,  LR, FP, util. rm., on 1 acre WF  with dockage: Located Bargain  Harbour. Avail, Sept. 1-June 30.  Reasonable rent to reliable with  refs. Ph. 883-9159 until Aug. 29,  thereafter 922-4863.      ,   1826-41  3 BDRM. DBLE. wide in Sunshine Trailer Park Stove,  Fridge, Dishwasher, Washer,  Dryer and Drapes incld. Avail.  Oct. 1. $300 per mo. Ph. 886-2449.  1932-39  MODERN 3 bdrm. home  Madeira Pk. 2 f.p, 2% Bath.  $225 per mo. Year round. For  further info, contact Mgr. IGA  Pender Harbour or call owner  112-724-Q46JI. 1935-39  2 BDRM. w.f. home, Selma Pk.  Freezer, washer incl. Occupancy from Oct. 1,76 - May 31,  76. $275 per mo. Ron or Sharon  ,112-299-3948. , 1928-tfn.  PARKLIKE "setting, year'round  lodging from $110 mo. 2-1  bdrm furn cabins. Pender  Harbour area. Ph. 883-9027.: 1531-  tfn  GIBSONS, near ferry. 1 bdrm  ctge.  Older  cple,  like  gardening., Ph. (112) 980-2154 eves.  1891-41  AVAIL SEPT. 15- June 30 furn wf  home Wilson Crk. Ph. 885-3902  Sept. 11,12. 1908-39  2 OR 3 BDRM house in Selma  Park. Avail Sept. 1, $225 per  mo. Ph. 885-2953. 1910-39  NOW RENTING space on 2nd fir.  of Twilight Theatre. Ph. 886-  2827. 1445-ttn  The Peninsula Times  ,   Wed. August 25,1976        PageC-3  'SELMA PARK: Terrific view frqm thisjovely 2 bdrm non bsmt homeN  Fireplace, carpet, workshop, carport. Small lot. Asking $32,500, terms.  LOTS ON NORWEST BAY RD: Paved rd, water, and soon hydro to these  treed lots. Priced from $10,900 and some with easy terms. ,_  NEW 2 BDRM HOME: Bsmt, fireplace. All offers to $39,300 presented.  Vendor will finance.   WEST SECHELT: Your choice, 2 acres on Nickerson or 1.44 acres on  Wakefield Rd.  OTHER HOMES ��� LOTS ��� ACREAGES  JOHN WILSON 885-9365    (Anytime)  **\ Royal City Realty Ltd. ��� 526-2888 /**  wanted to Rem      Pender Harbour Realty Ltd  MAPLE Crescent Apartments.  1662   School   Rd.    Gibsons.  Suites,   heat,   cable   included.  Reasonable, apply Apt.  103A.     .      . 11798-tfn  SMALL ctge. Brook Rd. near  Halfmoon Bay. Sept. 15 -June  15, '77. $130 per mo. plus utilities.  112-263-5667. 1899-39  NICE 2 bdrm. home, fireplace,  carport, % mile to Sechelt. Ref.  885-9365. 1924-40  2BDRM apt. in the Wigard blk.  Stove and fridge incl. Ph. 885-  9087.       , 1926-39 _  FURNISHED 2 bdrm. ��� mobile  from Sept. 15 to June 30. Adults  only $275 per mo. Ph. 883-2424.  . 193341  PENDER HARBOUR. Modern 3  bdrm on 2% acres. $250 per mo.  First   &   last   refs.   Box .254,  Madeira Park, B.C. 1812-39  SECHELT wf furn 4 bdrm, 2  bath, Sept.-June, $400 per mo.  Ph. 885-3985 weekends. (112) 261-  2191 weekdays. 1918-tfn  3 BDRM house, FP, ww, enste,  plbg, near beach. Roberts  Creek. $325 per mo. Ph. 885-  3988. 1859-tfn  3 BDRM 2 washrms, view home,  Selma Park. $285 per mo. Refs.  Ph. (112) 274-5017. 1884-41  BY RETIRED couple, no pets. 1  or 2 bdrm house in Sechelt-  Gibsons area. Nov. 1,1976 for 9-12  mo. period. Visiting area approx.  Sept. 7. Apply Box 1825 c-tf  Peninsula times, Box 310,  Sechelt. 1825-40  RELIABLE cple. with refs. No  children. Req. w.f. hse. in  Pender Harbour area. With  sheltered docking as of Oct. 1,76.  Ph. 883-9296.   , . 1927-39  YOUNG MARRIED couple wish  to rent hse in Gibsons. Ferry  employee. Ref. Ph. 886-2540.   1904-42  Boats and Engines  17' RUNABOUT glass bottom to  chine, 65 HP Merc motor, exc  cond, sounder, three 5 gal tanks.  Ph. 883-2384.   , 1804-39  16' FG Boat, 55 HP Chrylser, 6  HP Johnson (new), full conv.  top, good cond. $2000. Ph. 883-  9124. 1879-40  16'RUNABOUT w-40 HP Johnson  ES, $850. Call 883-2319 or 883-  ' 2647 Duncan Bay Rd,, Pender  Harbour. 1811-39  16' FG JET Boat 327 high performance eng. New eng in Jet.  $4,500. Ph. 886-2834. 191441  16' BOAT 9.8 Merc motor, as new.  Ph. 885-2531. 1809-39  Cars and Trucks  '68 VW DUNE Buggy conv with  roll bar, bucket seats, $800. Ph.  885-9016, . 1788-39  '69 MAZDA 4 dr. sedan. Radio,  excl   cond,   $900.   Box  254,  Madeira Park, B.C. 1813-39  '62 VW,  good cond., no  rust,  comp. reb't. Ph. 885-257,4.  1845-  40  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  HARBOUR MOTORS ���    Here's a fine business for an  experienced bodyman wishing to locate in this area. Facilities include  gas station, service bays ond body repair sho.p. A 3 bedroom house is  included.  Presently showing  good  return  and steadily  improving.  Offered at $135,000.  ACREAGE:   7   acres  on  Highway   101.   Has  potential  commercial or subdivision possibilities. F.P. $35,000.  MODERN HOME.��� Needs some finishing, 1150 sq ft, full  basement with 3 roughed in bedrooms. Three bedrooms on main floor.  Nice view of ocean. 1 acre lot. Asking $55,000.  SMALL ACREAGE ��� 11/2 acres on Francis Peninsula. Fully  serviced. Full Price $19,900.  BRAND NEW: 2 bedroom full basement home in Garden  Bay. Within a stone's throw of marinas, shops, etc. Full price just  $47,500.    BEAUTIFUL VIEW: Well maintained 3 bedroom home on  large 144x200' landscaped lot overlooking the entrance to Pender  Harbour. A first class property offered at $44,500:  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Charming and well kept 840 sq ft  house on approx 1/4 acre waterfront with undeveloped moorage. 2  bedrooms on main plus one in basement. This is a fine property at F.P.  $59,000.    GARDEN BAY ESTATES: Brand new post & beam cedar  home with 3 bedrooms,''fully developed basement'on grade and fine  harbor and mountain view. The lot is well treed and private. $62,500  with 11 % financing available.  WATERFRONT  HOME  PLUS  BOATWORKS ���  property  consists of 2 waterfront lots with 200' of waterfrontage in total, large  shop, marine ways, 250' of floats, water lease lot, modern 3 bedroom  home. Asking $130,000, with possible terms.   BEAUTIFUL LOTS��� First time offered. 3 to choose from  on Francis Peninsula. Each is approximately one acre dnd in park-like  setting. Serviced. Each $15,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA: First class waterfront home with 2  bedrooms and garage. Has one of the area's best views from a sunny  situation in 'Malcolm' Harbour. A must see at $74,000.  EXTRA SPECIAL ��� Lovely 2 year old 2 bedroom plus den  home on a serviced water view lot in Madeira Park. Just $36,000.  I John Breen  I 883-9978  PHONE 883-2794  �� insurance ��  Jock Hermon  883-2745  ESTATE  APPRAISAIS  NOTARY PUBLIC  DENTAL BLK.,  GIBSONS  PHONE 886-2277  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD     TOLL FREE 682-1 51 3  r  s  Jon McRae  885-3670  Prime Revenue Building & Property in the heart  of lower Gibsons, 2,250 sq ft with 1,800 sq ft  already leased. 10 ft ceilings with post and  beam construction. 100 and 200 amp electrical  systems. 2 sets of plumbing. 50' x 100' lot with  good parking facilities. Over $6,000 yearly  revenue, An  excellent  Investment.  $55,000.  WATERFRONT SPECIAL: 2 bedroom home with  flroplaco on tho best beach area in Gibsons,  1,024 sq fl with an unbeatable vlow and full-''  basement for tho handyman to putter around  in. Also a rontablo guest cottago with fully  wired kltchon and 3 ploco bath. This homo Is  situated on leased land and can bo purchased  for only $10,000 dpwn. F.P. $24,500.  HIGHWAY 101: Gibsons with super vlow of the  Bay area, This 750 sq ft 2 bodroom homo is  sltuatod on a largo landscapod lot, Foaturos  frldgo and stovo also Includod, F.P, $36,900,  MALAVIEW ROAD: All now homos Ip this aroa  noar proposod now school 20" path allowanco  to tho sldo of this 66' x 123' lot al tho nnd o| a  qulot and prlvato "No THRU Road" -- makos  this lot especially attraetlvo, F.P, $12,500.  fife** &  Ken Crosby  REVENUE  HOPKINS LANDING ��� This up/down duplex  offers large 2 bedrooms suites with a beautiful  view to the front and your own swimming pool  to the back. F.P. $65,000,00.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT ��� With waterfront as scarce as it Is. this double use lot  represents real value, F.P. $22,000.00.,  v.  IK  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  GIBSONS ��� Duplex, newly renovated w/w  carpot etc. Large 3 bodroom upper suite w/w,  fireplace. Lower 2 bedroom separate entrance  otc, Near post office, easy walking to stores,  etc. F.P. $48,000.00.  HOftHES  LANGDALE: Spoctacular vlow from this largo  cornor lot, Provides an unobstructod vlow of  Howo Sound, Build yqurdroam homo on this lot,  F,P. $17,900,  SOUTH FLETCHER: n) School Road, 2 lots  40' x 150' small rontablo cottafjo on ono lot.  This lot has oxcollont potontlal as it hns a  spoctacular vlow ol Iho ontlro Bay aroa and  Koats Island, Mostly cloarod and roady for tho  building of ono or two homos. F.P, $27,500,  PRATT ROAD: Noar proposod slto of now  school, this lot Is cloarod and roody to build  upon, Moluro fruit troos dot this 76' x 125' lot,  F,P. $13,500, ,  ���tDAY ROAD: with Ironlogo on Dougal Road as  woll. Tho��o two valuahla soml-watorfront lots  nro lovol and clear, only a stono's throw nwoy  to oxcollont placo to koop or launch your boal,  F.l', $12,500. F.P. $14,500,  ALDERSI'RINGS ROAD: Absolutely tho soil  going this 50' x 150' lot on sowor In tho hoort  ol GII-roiid, I'otontlnl vlow ol tho Bny aron,  Excollont torms nvolloblo, F.P, $12,000,  GRANDVIEW ROAD: Nearly 1/2 aero of rural  playground could be small hobby farm with 2  horso paddocks, hen houso and duck pond  already Ih. The homo It so If has a spoctacular  vlow of Goorgla Strait which can bo onjoyod  Irom tho largo 45 ft sundock. Tho basomont of  the homo Is all sot up as an in-law sulto with  lull kltchon and bath, The upstairs has a  spacious and comfortable design with 2  bodrooms, acorn flroplaco and many oxtras.  F.P. $68,500,  LOTS  > ;  CHASTER ROAD: Nostlo your homo In tho troos  on this 67' x 123' building lot. Aroa ol proposod  now school. Namo your own torms ��� No  roasondblo offor, rofusod, F.P, $11,500,  GRANDVIEW ROAD: at tho cornor of Pratt  Road, Extra largo lot with oxcollont vlow  potontlal. This has to bo tho bost building lol In  this fast growing aroa. F.P. $13,900,  GOWERPOINT ROAD: Privacy and 100 ft of  watorfront. Roach |ust tho othor silo of tho  road, Drlvoway In, building slto cloarod with  soptlc tank and main drains In. F.P. $25,000,  GRADY ROAD: In Langdalo Chinos '��� Suporb  v|ow of Howo Sound Irom Ihls largo Irregular  nhapad lot all utidorground sorvlcos, F,P.  $15,000,  ABBS ROAD: ono of tho nicest building lots In  Gibsons, Lovol building silo wlll^ gully in front  to protect privacy and panoramic vlow. Approximately 66 x 120, F.P, $10,500,  CHASTER ROAD: good lol in growing oroa, only  small nldor to clear, Zonod for trailers, Mny bo  aubdlvjdod Into two lots In tho future, F.P,  $15,600,  HIGHWAY 101: ot Hopkins londlna this trood  150 x 150' lol has a spocloculor ocoon vlow.  Closo to storos ond moorngo, F.P. $1.1,000,  FAIRVIEW ROAD: At tho cornor of Pratt Road,  This nicely landscaped 60x150' fenced lot  with gardon is In tho sito for Ihls ono bedroom  homo with flroplaco and many wood foaturo  walls, Largo carport on comorjt slab could bo  usod to onlargo this 856 sq ft homo. Washor,  dryor, frldgo and stovo are Includod for F.P,  $33,500; ���    HIGHWAY 101; Gibsons ��� Incrodiblo'  Panoramic Vlow from the mountains of Howo  Sound across tho Bay and out to Georgia Strait.  This 3 bodroom full basomont homo is laid out  nlcoly for family living. Combination garago  workshlp Is fully insulated with soparato 100  omp sorvlco, F.P. $47,500,  SARGENT ROAD: On tho uppor sldo of tho road  ovorlooklng tho Bay and as far Into Goorgla  Strait as tho oyo can soo, This lot In doluxo  homo aroa Is closo to both shopping and  schools, F.P, $16,900,  SCHOOL �� WYNGAERT ROADS: 0 duplox zonod  lots oil boautlful vlow proporllos ovorlooklng  llio Bay closo to schools and shopping, All lots  porfoctly sultod to sldoby.sldo or Up/down  duplox construction, SPECIALLY PRICED NOW  ONLY $14,500-$!5,500  SOUTH FLETCHER: 04' Ironlogo on this lovoly 2  lovol lot whoro you con build on olthor lovol qs  thoro Is lond accoss lo tho top lovol, Panoramic  vlow and closo to oil amonltlos, This lots  roprosants oxcollont valuo, F.P, $15,000,  Anns ROAD: At tho cornor of School Road,  Excollont oxlrolargo building lot with vlow of  Iho liny aroa, Howo Sound and Goorgla Strait,  Approximately 75 x 150,  TUWANEK: 1 block to Iho booch, full vlow ol  Iho Inlot. Plpod community wnlor available,  00 x 140. Prlcod roducod       Now only   F.P,  $10,900,  FAIRVIEW ROAD: lloautlful cornor lot ot f'ralt  Rood, This 75 x 160 lol Is cloorod ortd tho  rulvott�� aro In, start building today, F.P,  $13,500,  Call us for further information.  Jie coffev h always on��� drop in for our free brovhiivv. '-.'.'���. <���:������.:r  /    r:  f     '-������������^  "   \  7  PageC-4      xThe Peninsula Times       Wed. August 25,1976  Campers and trailers  . '72 VW CAMPER Van with pop  up roof, only 13,000 inilos. Kxcl.  cond, $5,500. Ph. 886-7.I1I&.   17H0-3U  i.  Cars and Trucks  '72 FORD Econoline 100 van. PS,  pb, auto, radio, etc., $2,650. Ph.  885^3985 weekends. (112) 261-2191  weekdays., 1920-tfn  '66    DODGE    window    van.  Recently   reb't.   eng.,   needs  some-body wk. Good work trk.  $500 firm. Ph. 885-9051.      1838-40  '76 BUICK Century Custom, low  miles, excl. cond. Asking $4,600  , or obo. Ph. 883-2655. 1906-41  '76 DODGE Royal Monaco wag.  12,000 miles, $6,000 obo. Ph. 885-  2747. 1916-41  FOR SALE '65 Chev Impala 283,  $250. Ph. 885-3562. 1903-39  Campers and Trailers  74 TRAV-I-rMATE camper fits  Datsun  p-u.  Excl cond.   All  equip including jks.-Ph. 885-2039.  1893-41  Motorcycles  HONDA ATC 70, good cond, $250.  Ph. 883-9929. 1901-39  Machinery  CAN-AM CRAWLER  CORPORATION  "THE BULLDOZER PEOPLE"  Genuine I.T.M.. Undercarriage,  Rollers, Tracks, Sprockets, Etc.  Equipment    Overhauls.    New  Tractor Parts For All Models ���  Bullgears,     Pinions,     Engine  Parts, Track press & Rebuilding.  A Complete Service  "Your Bobcat Dealer"  4623 Byrne Rd., Burnaby, B.C.  434-2651 Telex 04-354-652  607-tfn  We're National,  but Neighbourly  Highway 101 at Wilson Creek  Phone *  885*3271  SANDY HOOK  68 ft. waterfront. Hydro now in. Easy begch access. Good  moorage. $22,900.  GARDEN BAY  22 acre 'Dude' Ranch. Unique property.  3.78 acres with salmon spawning stream.  GIBSONS  1. Triplex Marine Drive. $6,180 revenue annually.  $54,900.  2. Sargent Road seaview lot. $16,900.  3. Shaw Road $39,900. Time to choose colours and  carpetjng for this 3 bdrm new home. Walk to shops,  schools, yet semi-rural.'  ROBERTS CREEK  1. Take a stroll down memory lane (Beach Rd.) This 1,400  sq ft home is good value at $49,900.  2. If you want to commune with nature and yet enjoy a  brand new cedar home on 7 acres (2 bdrm) this is it.  $64,250.  WEST SECHELT  How yer goin' to keep 'em down on the farm? Just show  dad this property, he'll go bananas. Mom will be equally  happy in this cute 4 yr home. 8.6 acres. Let's just say  Home Sweet Home. The year round creek is a no charge  extra.  EAST PORPOISE BAY  About 1/2 acre with 4 yr quality and beautifully 'built-in'  mobile home with additions giving 1224 sq ft. Living rm,  family rm, 3 bdrm and den etc. Garage. This shows well.  Community water supply. Excellent value ��� check it out.  $39,500 (MLS)  �� �� ������� MM> HHM MM* M. M. ��MM MMM M. MMM> MMM MM VMM, MM MM* MMM MMM MMM MM  HELP Anxious vendor of roofing business threatens to feed me  into his next brew of boilding tar. Surely there's some  enterprising guy who wants a crack at this $100,000  revenue producer. Check out the gear, vehicles and  accounts anytime. ,  AS LITTLE AS  $4,000 will put you into a near new ceaar chalet type  cottage on waterfroht. Subject to some financial help by  vendor.  Call Bert Barnes ���branchmanager  Century West Real Estate Ltd.  885-3271   or eves  922-501 0 collect  EVERY OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED  Machinery  OMC FRONT loader 42" wide on  rubber tires and -will turn in  own lgth. 6 cu. ft. bucket  capacity, gives dumping hgt of  87". Used very little, exc cond,  will fit in p-u, ideal for contracting, landscaping, farming,  $4,900. Ph. 885-3737. 1815-39  MADILL MODEL 'S' spar on  rubber. Good cond. Complete  with near new rigging. Appraised  Value $40,000. Offers considered.  Avail in Sept. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Ph  724-3731. Evenings 724-1489 or 724-  1529. 1892-42  D 4 CAT Tractor with extra brush  blade,  good  working  order.  Eves, only Ph. 885-9087 or 885-  2574. 1925-39  TRAVEL  YOUR GATEWAY  TOTHE  SUNANDFUN  For      all     . your  arrangements, charters,  flights,  worldwide  and  vations,  contact   Lynn  Livestock  For Safe  For Sale  1 QUARTER Horse mare, 5 yrs.  old, gentle. Good games horse.  1 Appy. stallion, gentle, green  broke, can be reg'd. Best offer or  trade.Ph. 883-9970. 1851-40  For Sale  SHOCKS  Std. 1" hydro shocks  $12.95 ea.  (includes installation)  Hijacker Airshocks  $32.50 ea.  (installation extra on these)  .'    OK TIRE STORE  cnr. Wharf & Dolphin      Sechelt  885-3155  1828-39  MAG WHEELS  Cdn Indy Type .      s  I $55.00ea. .  Diamond Spoke 15x8  ; ���.'.*.. $65.00 ea.  Some Chrome Wheels at $29.95  ea.  (Sorry,)  (Chromies to fit some cars only)  \    price includes installation  OK TIRE STORE  cnr. Wharf & Dolphin Sechelt 885-  3155   1829-39  PENTANGLE PLANTS.  Whitaker House. Baskets,  tropical plants, flowering plants,  soil, fine china, batiks. Open  10:30 to 4:30 Tues. to Sat.   1921-39  travel  direct  reser-  Szabo.  GRADUATE  of the  Canadian  Travel College.  PLANAHEAD  Special flight rates on hand now  for the winter months.  PENINSULA  TRAVEL  AGENCY  Dental Blk. . Gibsons  886-2855 - ToU Free 682-1513  1936-39  "FOR     AIRLINE  RESERVATIONS  & TICKETS CALL"  JAN  12 years experience  (All  scheduled  and  Charter  Airlines);  GETAWAY HOLIDAYS  1212 Cowrie St.  885-3265  9-5 p.m.  Tuesday thru Saturday  A Complete Travel Service  1778-36  Found ���  NEAR PHI BETA Comma girl's  camp W. Sechelt Aug. 18, male  long haired toy terrier, blk,  brown clr. Contact 885-2266. 1907-  39   BIFOCALS in red leather case on  beach at breakwater. May be  claimed at Times office.    1897-39  Pets    QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa-Hay-Straw  Good Tack Selection-  Case Garden Tractors -  Rototillers - Toro Lawnmowers  We are on Pratt Road* 1_ mile .  south from Highway  PHONE 886-7527   11548-tfn  Livestock  CERTIFIED    Farrier,    Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-3751.  994-tfn  HORSESHOEING T. Bowe. Ph.  886-9767. -     1937-39  APUS ip  (Tadpo'o Shrimp)  DAPHNIA sp  (Water Flea)  GAMMARUS ip  (F-ejfi-waler Shrimp)  arsh World  Ducks Unlimited (Canada)  PLANKTON - The term "plankton" is used to  designate the community of tiny organisms swimming or floating freely in natural water bodies.  Plankters ��� the organisms which make up the  plankton ��� include plants (such as algae) and  animals, many of which are microscopic in size..  The phytoplanktbn (plants) provide food for the  zooplankton (animals) and both serve as food for  larger non-plankton organisms such  as fish.  150- '75  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Notice is hereby given that the. Village of Gibsons will  receive applications up to 4:30 p.m. Friday, September 3, 1976 from persons interested in assuming  the municipal janitorial contract.  The contract will require the cleaning of the Gibsons  AAunicipal Office and Gibsons Motor Vehicle |CBC  Office on, a bi-weekly basis.  All applicants must either be now bonded or bon-  dable.  All applications must clearly state monthly fee expected.  More information is available by writing to Village of  Gibsons, Box 340, Gibsons, B.C. or phonine 886-2274.  TIRE SPECIALS  B 13 RWL Superwides   ..,,..., <po��j.y��) 63.  F 14 RWL Superwides    y... $49.95 ea.  (limited quantity-act fast)  ' above price incl; installation  OK TIRE STORE  cnr. Wharf & Dolphin      Sechelt  885-3155 ,  -.'..'  1830-39  BUILDER'S tool shed, 5" x 8' and  temp, electrical service, both'  $90. Ph. 885-3175. 1781-39   4   1 SET left 'hand golf clubs with  bag and cart. $50. Ph. 883-9970.-  1850-40  GARBAGE   BURNER.   Good  cond. Ph. 885-9007 after 5.    1896-39  HOMEMADE horse trailer, $350.  Ph. 885-2098. 1913-41  The friendly neighbourhood exercise.  Company transfer forces sale  of our recently completed home  in West Sechelt.  4 bedrooms, 12x16 room suitable for office or den.  Over 2000 sq ft of carpeted living area. Peaceful  setting with view. Drop by, we are located on  Samron Road, or call 885-2746 anytime. I can help .  with financing. All offers will be considered.  pj/tmtpjwont  Walk a Hock.T.Kln.v.  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to  Sell Rent Buy, Swap. etc.  886-2277  toll free  682-1513  Jon McRae  885-3670  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  Dental Block,  '   Gibsons  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  * Lots approx 1/3 acre  * Average size 72' x 220'                           1  * Southwesterly exposure  * Beautiful view of Bay area                     1  * Close to ferries  * Close to school  * Overlooking Keats Island  * Watch the boats in the gap  RENUMBER  TO REMEMBER  call now for our  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hours)  Real Estate Catalogue  Potor Smith  CR. Gathercolo  Bob'Kent  Jack White  Ann Ibbitson  885-9463  886-2785  885-946)  886*2935  886-2542  DROP IN #3668  Sunday 29 of August 1-3 pm at Highway 101 at Soames Rd. Largo 2 bodroom homo with,flroplaco.  2 full baths, wraparound sundock and lovely rontablo guost house, A IBBITSON, 885-2235.  TRY THE QUIET LIFE #3872  Ovor fIvo acros. Closo to school, storo and boach. Hydro and Roglonal District wator. 3 bodroom,  part basomont homo, Asking $45,000, GEORGE TOWNSEND, 005-3345,  CORNER 3/4 ACRE #3683  On Norwost Bay Road and Nlckor&on Road, Cloarod and gontly alopod to tho south. On roglonal  wator and hydro, Throo bodroom modorn (1971) houso trallor 12' x 64'. Good startor proporty,  Closo to now high school, ono mllo to Socholt, For further dotalls. PAT MURPHY, 085-9487 ovos.  Full prlco $30,500,  NEW ON MARKET  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT #3667  Excollont lovol bluff typo watorfront lo��. Somo good troos on this proporly which would  contribute to attraetlvo landscaping, locatod on Euroka Placo, Chock It out, and try your  offor I Asking $23,000, JIM WOOD, 085-2571 ovos,  NEW ON MARKET  RIG LOT IN VILLAGE #3670  Onn-half ncro building lot In Socholt, On pavod road with sorvlcos at Iho roadsldo, Woodod wllh  gontlo iiai't-irly slop, Asking $11,200. Try your down paymonl wllh balance ot 10*1/2%, GEORGE  TOWNSEND,        885-3345  TUWANEK PRIVACY #3597  A d;ii*<ly lnrgo lot no big flooring problem on a cornor lor built-in privacy, Road frontago  104,5' nnd 69' sides aro 113' nnd 120', Wator hero, ond hydro, phono two blocks nwny, \//[ mil-- lo  boat launch nnrl bench, nnd the full price only $8,000 cash, Let mo show you Ihls dandy I PETER  SMITH, 805-9463 ovtn,  BOAT OWNERS  #3611  Hoio Is 11/10 ocro, olmosl lovol wllh view of P��n,<l#f Man bow. Ju��t 400' to wafer's edge, on povavt  Kind, wllh hydro, phono ond wnlor on rood, full prlio $22,000, PETER SMITH, 005 9463.  Box 128  CI.ES LTD.  Sechelt  NEW ON MARKE  i  DAVIS BAY 03677  Boautlful throo bodroom homo with partial vlow, landscapod; foncod, Franklin flroplaco,  throo blocks from good boach, oxcollont workshop 167 24', Good value for tho reasonable  asking prlco $49,500, Call JIM WOOD, 885-2571 ovos.  NEW ON MARKE  GRACIOUS FAMILY HOME #3662  Ago -3 1/2 years-very woll built and doslgnod. Multl largo closets, built In vacuum, rango and  dlshwashor built-in, Modallon Electric 3 bodroom homo, living room has flroplaco, soparato family  room, also utility, Lot fully foncod, excellent landscaping, and so vory prlvato. Full prlco Is |ust  $51,500 for 1325 sq ft of quality. Torms also offorod. Walking dlstanco to all amonltlos. PETER  SMITH, 0,05-9463 ovos.  BUILDING LOT mB5  Excellent building lot locatod closo to Gibsons on Molavlow Road, noar Chastor, Lot slio 67' x 123'  sorvlcod with roglonal wator, hydro, and roady for a now homo, Full price $12,000 ���-down  paymont $6,000 to o/s al 12%, paymont of $100 por.month - paymont at anytlmo. Payout at  anytime, PAT MURPHY. 885-9487 ovos,  SEAVIEW APARTMENTS #3655  Four-plox. apartment block, Highway 101 Wost Socholt, Each opartment 2 bodrooms, approximately 1,000 sq ft, Plus ownors 2 bodroom 'A' framo 1,000 sq ft, All with vlow of Troll  Islands. Beautifully landscaped. Idoal group purchase, full prlco $133,000 with terms. Call PAT  MURPHY, 885*9487 ovos lor full dotolls,  NEW ON MARKE  GIBSONS WATERFRONT ^36Q1  Modern 2 bedroom (2 years young) with largo roeroatlonol room on lower floor. 1-1/2  bathrooms. Beautiful view of tho harbour and.mountains, Good valuo for tho asking price  $65,000, Try nn offor I Call JIM WOOD, 805-2371 ovos.  NEW ON MARKET  e ire As Close. As Your Phone  All of our listings are recorded on film.  See them on our special television set  and pick the ones you like from  the comfort of our viewing room.  Don Haddon  885-9504  Goorge Townsond  885-3345  Jim Wood  885-2571  Jack Warn  886-2681  Pal Murphy  885-9487  VIEW HOME #3636  Largo, gracious throo bedroom,' solid codar Panabode, nearly 1600 sq ft, 1-1/2 baths, separate  family and living room, good storago, All windows doublo glazed, built In powor vacuum. Faces  wost to boautlful sunsets and wator viow. Electric porlmotor hoat plus largo Franklin flroplaco  with brick woll and flooring, Luxury at $61,900 and torms offorod. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 ovos.  EXERCISE? #3495 to #3500  Walk thru tho yollow pagos of our FREE CATALOGUE. Soo our pago A3 and A4, Lots of vlow prlcod  from $11,900. Wo Invito your site Inspection and your offors to purchase, BOB KENT, 805-9461  ovos.  WATERFRONT #3606  Simply put, a boautlful homo, locatod on soafront proporty ovorlooklng Trail Islands and ovor  changing Pacific wator scapo, Woll worth tho asking prlco of $119,500, Appointments to R.B.  KENT, anytlmo, 885*9461.  NEW ON MARKET  SECRET COVE MUST SELL #3541  Excellent holding property sltuatod In growing rocroatlonal aroa, Valuo will Incroaso, Try  yourofforl Prlco $7,900. JIM WOOD,, 005*2571 ovos.  NEW ON MARKET  TRAILER HOME?  #3566  Nearly 3/4 acre watorfront properly. Zoning allows tho permanent typo mobllo homo If It  qualifies, 00' frontage, City water and telephone, hydro at rood, A reasonable $21,500, Wont to  try forms? BOB KENT, 005-9461 ovos.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ' #3639  1.0 ocros of parkllko waterfront with trolls, arbutus, and ovorgroon giants, Thoro.Is a throo  bodroom electric, homo with glassodin porch nnd sundock. A guost cobln, carport, ond salmon  fishing oil around, Vendor says toll now for $03,500. Try $40,000 down with bolonro over 15  years, PETER SMITH, 805-9463.  LEVEL BEACH  *  #3625  Two or ihrM bodroom ho>m��, l!f*.pt��c��, avtomptlc -Ml fwmor*. Mas near new cedar *hoke roof ond  floor covering. On lovol booch lot with westerly vlow, Grounds landscaped with shrubs, llr, oppl*,  arbutus and assorted trees, Full prlio $63,500, PElf R SMITH, 805-9463. y  v  ���J  A-  f  ���X  A  ���   ''V  >������'. r  <   \ *    '      *       **������ . * t*      *,   7    ,�����  r   ^ v    , V   Y,V^.       '      -  Y~.V'7  ��  o<  *w  The Peninsula Times  PageC-5  CANADA'S SNOWBIRDS let their smoke trails know where they have been as they bend over the top of a giant loop  at the Abbotsford Air Show.  TAKING TIME, OUT from attending  football games, the Goodyear blimp put  in an appearance at the Abbotsford  International Airshow. Here it takes off  for a better look at some of ttie 133,800  persons  show.  attended the three day  ��� Timesphoto  NEW NEDICAL CLINIC  Anyone interested in helping to form an  Association or an Auxiliary to the New  Pender Harbour Medical Clinic please  contact Doreen Lee at 883-2283.  The reason for the necessity of a group  such as this is to be able to give and provide a  ways and means for obtaining local support  through various functions.  The clinic is still not officially opened, but  the doctor is there and also the nurse and the  phone number is inside the front cover of your  new telephone book, listed under  Emergencies.  VISITORS TO THE HARBOUR  Guests of Mrs. Linda Andrews of Madeira  Park who is a long time resident of this area,  are Mr. and Mrs. Jean Pierre Cote of Lac St.  John, Quebec, who will soon be leaving for  Port Angeles.  Visiting Joe and Sheila McCann of  Madeira Park are their daughter and son-in-  law Pat and Hartley Hughson and grandchild  Ryan of Kamloops, B.C. Pat won $50 while  she was visiting here.  Holidaying as guests of Mrs. Yvonne  Sullivan of Pender Harbour were Mrs. Joan  Westonburg of Vancouver and her daughter  Roberta, also another friend of Yvonne's  visiting her was Michelle Whitewood of  Kamloops. Joan Westonburg belongs to the  Kinsmen Foundation and was in Pender  Harbour before for Salmon Derby at the PH  Hotel ahd helped with the U Kin Win Lottery  for the Kinsmen.  Marg tyise of Squamish is on holidays in  the Harbour along with her son and they are  visiting her sister-in-law Mrs. Selina Wise of  Middle Point and also her friends Mr. and  Mrs. Bud Kammerle of Madeira Park.  Frank and Gertie Gough were over from  Courtenay, B.C. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Gough, Jr. and family of Madeira Park, B.C.  Ken and Shirley Jeffires of Cranbrook,  B.C. have been staying at Egmont, -B.C.  visiting relatives Mrs. Vera Grafton and Mrs.  Edna Howitt.  EDMONT  It's all quiet on the Egmont front according to May Bathgate, who says there's  hardly any fish, let along any tourists.  Ron Fearn is out fishing with Billy Griffiths and Heather, Ron's wife, is back and  hoping to be able to move in to the R.L.  Griffiths house.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112    '  Last Saturday night everyone certainly  enjoyed the music of Russ Clark and his  group as the dance floor was filled with  couples who hoped the evening would never  end. The Hanson Brothers from Powell River  will be playing at the Legion on Aug. 21. The  Doris Edwardson 883-2308  bana for August 28 has not been decided ^on  yet, but you can be sure it will be a good one.  For the Labor Day weekend, which is  usually the wind-up of our hot summer-wet  weather, there will be gala entertainment.  The band comes from Vancouver where they  have played in all the big clubs and are very  popular. They are none other than 'Peters  Rainbow'. ./  This group will be at the Legion on September 4 and that will be the Hawaii Night.  IRVINE'S LANDING MARINA & CAFE  Irvine's Landing is known as one of the  most picturesque places in Pender Harbour  and it was there where a group of young  people created a nuisance problem. Apparently this party of four, one was an older  person and the other three were in their late  teens, took a small boat which was later found  in a cove nearby all smashed up.  They tried to break into the restaurant, a  camper and a pup tent, a car and also tried to  tear the phone out beside the building. Mrs.  Myrna Lewis says this is just speculation, but  believes that these vandals are the same four  who arrived in a sailboat from the U.S. and  who also created a problem at some of the  other marinas.  Myrna now has Mrs: Delores Kammerle  and her daughter working for her, so if you  want to say 'Hi' to her that's where she is.  BLUE ANGELS are a feature attraction   attendance despite rain on the first day.   before going into their breathtaking  at every Abbotsford Air Show. This year   Here the Angels make their first flypast   stunts and precision flying,  was the 15th annual show with record  nmmzm  * / ������'���:�� "jjKVa6 ���$���'������  w  "IF YOU DON'T like the way I fly this  thing, you enn get out nnd walk!" and  that is just exactly what he did. The  wingwalker managed to hang on as the  pilot put the Stcarman through its paces  Including a loop and flying upside down.  PRECISION FLYING, even with landing gear extended, is the mnrk of the  Blue Angels.  PENDER HARBOUR LIONS CLUB  If anyone wishes any Lucky Leo tickets,  phone Lion Art Popp at 883-2423.  As a result of four members of the Pender  Harbour Lions Club serving as bar men at the  PH Fishing Derby, a donation of $25 was  received and added to the Convention Fund.  Several members of the PH Lions Club attended the Gibsons Lions installation night at  the Casa Martinez.  Lion Dutch Haddon reports that as a result  of recommendations made by the Bursary  Committee that Wilf Phillips be the recipient  of the Bursary award. Twenty-three Lion  members and their wives visited Jim Bedard  in Blind Bay and enjoyed the Boat Bash.  Zone Chairman Joe McCann will be attending his first cabinet meeting of 19-A on  Saturday in Vancouver and will be meeting  the new District Governor. Murray Skaar.  Several letters with donations were  received by PH Lions Club as a result of  family request in the obituary of late Lion  Jack Barrett that donations to the PH Lions  Club be made In lieu of flowers.  It was decided to put monies received in a  separate interest bearing account for a 'Jack  Barrett Memorial Trust Account' to be used  for youth projects in the area.  Wednesday. August 25,1976    -  Squaringly yours  BY MAURICE HEMSTREET  Hello, fellow square dancers, wherever  you are. Although a lot of square dance clubs  keep busy all year round, the time now draws  near where all df the clubs swing into action  for the 1976-77 square dance season and as  - this column wends its way to my courageous  editor of The Peninsula Times, I still don't  know when the Country Stars will square  their sets for the new season. So be" sure to  keep up.with the news and buy a Penn. Times  next week; better yet, why not every week?  , Now to do some quick catching up on  square dance events of the past. Wanta pull  up a chair? Ready? Hokay! Without a stop  here We go: on June 1?, 1976 with Reverend  Nancy Dykes officiating at the Glad Tidings  Tabernacle, Mabel Wagman, daughter of  Mrs. Anne Drew, and Dick Dooley, number  two son of Walt and Etta Dooley were united  ^in holy matrimony. A very nice wedding with  family and close friends from both sides of  the families and a great number of their  square dance friends.  The whole wedding ceremony was one of  the nicest I have ever attended and the.  church was packed almost to the rafters. All I  can say, just truly great.  The reception was held at the United  Church Hall, also in Gibsons and to my  knowledge was a first for this area as it was a  square dance reception without the presence  of alcohol and everyone still had a great time  and will always remember the evening.  A couple of years back, I wrote up the  wedding of my niece and I said that I would  never write up another wedding due to the  fine details that have to be put on paper the  right way with all of the frills (I had a  headache for three months after) so this is a  shorter version where you have to use your  imagination.  Mabel, Dick and their wedding party were  dressed in traditional wedding colours of a  pastel trend, now add all of the square dancers in brighter colours, set off by the  families' long evening gowns and best suits,  now we add a lot of talk, comments, a great  deal of happy laughter, take the .colour  schemes from early spring and early fall, mix  well and you have the nicest wedding and  reception that anyone could wish to attend.  At this time, on behalf of Mabel and Dick, I  would like to thank all of the ladies who  brought the food for the dinner, the menfolk  who helped serve, a big thank you to Harry  Robertson for an enjoyable evening of square  dance calls and you know something else, the  whole ceremony from start to finish was just  fantastic, all other words fail me.  Flash ��� Harry Robertson helped to judge  this year's teen square dance festival in  North Vancouver. Question: did he learn  anything?  i I met one of the square dance teens from  Squamish, Christine McBride who along with  the rest of her set of dancers took a firts place  among the winners.  There were 78 teen callers, each caller had  a set of dancers and each set had eight  dancers, so the approximate number of teen  square dancers would have been over 700 plus  extras and that's a lot of young people having  a great time Without the phychological  thought of having to have alcohol, drugs or.  . fast cars to go out and have a good time.  Well, after a gruelling thought like that I  must take a rest, so 'till next week when I  catch up some more, keep smiling and think  about joining square dancing for fun. Phone  Harry at 886-9540 or Maurice at 885-3359.  Joan Clarkson's next court appearance is  scheduled for December 15, 16 and 17 for  either a trial or a preliminary hearing.  Clarkson appeared in provincial court  August 11 charged with theft and criminal  breach of trust in connection with the Robert  Cunningham Memorial Fund.  The Memorial Fund was set up in 1973  after Robert Cunningham's death. Clarkson,  formerly Mrs. Cunningham, is charged with  the theft of $7,751 from the fund.  Tuesday, August 19 was a Count Putts  Tournament in ladles golf and in the 18 hole  round Norma Gaines was the winner with the  least number nnd the lowest net score.  In the nine hole round Hazel Wright was  the winner. '  ;'ll|lfi|OTiilpiliip  A*. ��� sffciYMf ���77Y5H YsfeK MmM ��� #36: Mk  The Car That Lasts, and Lasts...  Atypical example of tho valuo wo havo to offor  1972Chovy 1 ton van  $2,750  1976 2 Door Corolla, 11,000 mllos  $3,595  1971 Hoavy Duty OMC 1/2 ton pick-up  $2,350  1 968 Pontlac ParUlonno 2 Door H.T.  $1,450  Moro to choose from on our lot, como and boo us.  If wo don't have tho modol you want, wo cpn got It QUICKLY.  "Jr  IIESOH AUTOMOTIVE LTD.  for porta a sorvlco, call 006-7919  YOUR TOYOTA DEALER  author It ��d by factory to perform warranty worfc  | APPROVED AUTO  |r*PAIR fiPRVICFS  ���^jP***8'"*^^ ^wN.fflP^Lj��>  Payne Rd & Hwy 101  Ag��nt lor North Shor�� Moton Ltd.  Mptor Dealer II013424  m/mmm  i /.  ��� /., . ��� y ,--  x -  A_  /  J  /  A  unlit.,   ii iiar nil, mmi mm. i ,,,, ��� *.^*..,���^M.-.p-j munTi'iii  PART 1  Nutrition in Pregnancy:  If you are pregnant, this article is written  especially for you. (If you are not expecting a  baby but know someone who is, please cut the  column out and pass it along).  Did you know that your baby is actually  built from the foods you eat? Right from, the  moment of conception, your baby depends on  you to provide him with the building blocks  (nutrients) he needs for proper development.  Forget the idea that you are a 'mother-to-be.'  You are a mother now and during these first  nine months of your baby's life you have some  yery important mothering to do. That is, you  must eat as well as you possibly can, for you  are eating for your baby. What you eat during  pregnancy profoundly affects both the  physical and mental health of your little one.  During the first two months of prenatal life  your baby begins to develop all his individual  organs' and the various aspects of his skeletal  system. It is extremely important that all the  nutrients be available to him at this time so  that this fascinating development can occur  normally. For, just as a building can only be  made strong if enought high quality materials  are used in the construction, so too, your  unborn baby can only grow well if all the  essential nutrients are provided in the  quantity and quality needed.  During these initial few months- of  pregnancy you may sometimes feel  nauseated and unable to eat as well as you  should. That is why it is so important to go  into pregnancy well nourished. That way your  baby has some reserves of nutrients that will  help to nourish your baby during the times  when you do not feel well enough to eat. But  don't rely on those reserves to nourish your  baby throughout pregnancy.- Some nutrients  will go to the baby at your expense if you don't  get enough in your diet. These include, iron,  folacin and vitamins B12, B6 and C. But that  will deplete your reserves and lower your  resistance to ill health. Both you and your  baby compete for. thiamine, riboflavin and  vitamin D, so if your diet does not provide  enough you could both suffer. Other nutrients,  such as vitamin A and E go to you first. Your  baby will lose out if these are missing in the  diet, So don't take a chance, keep both of you  healthy and well nourished,eat agood diet and  save your reserves for any sick days.  The last seven months of pregnancy are  known as the growth period. The differentiated organs continue to grow until they  are large enough to support life ouside the  uterus. Midway through the pregnancy, your  baby's brain starts.a major growth spurt that  continues until 18 months after birth. His  needs for nutrients during this period are  high.  Research has shown that lack of good  nutrition at this time will usually produce a  premature or smaller baby. It will also result  in a slowing down of brain development that  cannot be made up after birth. There can be  no looking back. The time to start nourishing  your baby is how while you are pregnant.  A good diet is not complicated. You have  heard about the Four Food Groups -��� Milk,  Fruits-Vegetables, Breads-Cereals, Meat-  Alternatives. The guide for good eating  during pregnancy is based on these food  groups      and      looks      like      this:  Eat every day:  Fruits and Vegetables ��� Four servings.  Include one rich in Vitamin C such as  oranges, grapefruit, tomatoes 'and their  juices, raw cabbage, baked potatoes, fresh  strawberries; and one rich in Vitamin A  (e.g.) a dark green or dark yellow vegetable).  1 serving - one half cup fruit, vegetable or  juice.  Breads and Cereals _r- three servings  daily. Choose only whole grain or enriched  cereals, breads and pastas. 1 serving - three  quarter cup cooked cereal, 1 cup flaked  cereal, 1 slice bread, three quarter cup  cooked pasta, half cup cooked rice, 1 roll,  muffin, biscuit or pancake.  Milk and Milk Products ��� Four servings.  Fulfill your milk requirement from fluid  milk, cheese, ice cream or other foods made  with milk such as sauces, puddings and  cream soups.  Each day include milk fortified with  Vitamin D. Check milk labels to be sure  Vitamin D is added.  1 serving - 1 cup milk, 1 cup cottage  cheese, 1 cup yogurt, 1 and a half inch cube  firm cheese, 3 medium scoops Ice cream.  Meat and Alternates ��� Two and a half  servings daily. Fish, poultry and eggs are  included in this group. Vegetable proteins  such as dried beans and peas, peanut butter  and nuts can be used in place of meat. If only  vegetable sources of protein are used in the  diet, seek advice on good combinations" of  protein foods.  1 serving - 2 to 3 ounce lean meat, fish or  poultry, 3 oz. wieners, luncheon meat or  salami, 2 eggs, 4 tbst. peanut butter, 1 cup  baked beans��� <  Mothers often have a difficult time getting  used to the four servings of milk needed each  day. But just remember - you are drinking it  for your baby - babies need milk as much  before they are born as they do after. If you  don't like to drink milk, check the substitutes  in the milk group.  The serving suggestions' for pregnant  women are only a minimum guide. Women  who are physically active, burn up calories  'easily', or are underweight before pregnancy  begins may need larger amounts of foods.  Age and body frame size also influence the  amount of food needed. But the key to obtaining all the nutrients required for  pregnancy is to eat a wide variety of foods  from each food group. Diets limited to only a  few foods can be dangerous.  And don't forget to limit the empty calorie  junk foods (pop, candy, cookies, cakes);  Foods high in sugar and low in vitamins,  minerals and protein are not the foods your  baby needs to develop a strong and healthy  body and mind.  So be a good mother to your baby. And  start now. Don't wait until he is born to give  him the food he needs. The potential of a  physically and mentally healthy baby is there  - take advantage of it.  Before your baby is born you are his only  world. So be a wonderful environment.  Next: Part ll. Weight gain in pregnancy  , and prenatal supplements.  OMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev, T. Nicholson, Pasto.*  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  * 7:30 p.m. SiU. cvc. at Our Lndy ol  Lotinies Church on the Sechelt Indian  Reserve.  * 9:00 n.m. nt The Holy Family Church  In Sechelt  * 11:00 ii.in. lit St. Mury's Church in  GHwons l'honc 885-9526  'CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Services nnd Sundny School nro held  each Sundny nt 11:15 a.m. in St. John's  United Church, Dnvls liny.  Wetl. Eve. Testimony 7:30 p.m.  All Welcome  Phone 085-3157 or tKKI-7082.  ..'UNITED CHURCH  Rev. Annette M. Roinhardt  886-2333  9:30 a.m. ��� St. John's Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.:���Gibsons  office hours for appointments:  Tues.��� 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Wed. ��� 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Fri.   ��� 9:30 to 12:30  Sunshine Coast Community Resource  Society will be holding an open house August  31.  A spokesman for the society said the open  house would be between 1 and 3 p.m. at the  society's new community service centre. The  centre is located on the second floor of the  Parker Block above the Credit Union office in  Sechelt.  "The purpose of the open house is to  acquaint the community with the services  provided or co-sponsored by the society, the  spokesman said, "These include  homemakers, minibus, service to seniors,  Gibsons Tot Lot, nutrition counselling services, wilderness camping and alternate  education."  Tho spokesman added that the community  services index, n director of services, is now  being printed. It is hoped a draft copy of the  Index will be available at the open house.  "One result of the indexing survey was expression for tho need for co-ordination of  volunteer services for the whole community.  This subject will bo discussed at the open  house," tho spokesman snld.  A formal Introductory address and Informal forum will commence nt 1:30 p.m.  Everyone Is invited to tho open houso.  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Dnvis Bay Road at Arbutus,  Davis Bay  Sunday School '.  10:00 a.m.  Morning Service : 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service ..,  7:00 p.m.  Wed. Prayer and Bible Study  Phone 885-2166  SEVENTH-DAY  ADVENTIST CHURCH  PaitorC. Drleborn  SABBATH  SCHOOL-Sat,   3:00   pm  HOUR OF WORSHIP - Sat, 4:00 pm  ST. JOHN'S UNITED CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  Evoryono Welcome  For  information  Phono  085-9750  883-2736  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  886-74*19  Mermaid and Trull, Sechelt  'Sunday School - 9:45a.m.  Morning Worship Service,  11:15 a,in.  Wed. Bible Study - 7:00 p.m,  livening Fellowship-���? p.m.  2nd A- 4th Sunday of every month,  Pnstor: I\ Nnporn  885-9905  X y 'W^'Wmmm <WwMk�� ���- </>77  IS3  7)f*'  ~,A}A'<f  ''/y'li  '-, AyXm^iW^^M' HLtYY  PARKAY  IARGARINE  ONE-HALF of a modular home, owned  by Sunmark Industries, has been sitting  on a  lot  next to Mark  and Alma;  Gregory's home for six weeks. The'  Gregory's have asked Sechelt council to  look into the problem.    ���Timesphoto  OES ride on  Royal Hudson  On August 11, 50/members of Mt.  Elphinstone OES and their friends had a most  enjoyable day spent on a trip to Squamish,  travelling on the Royal Hudson.  To the members who remembered the  days of steam, many memories were  recalled.,  The scenery was beautiful and in spite of  the clouds and at times mist.  On arriving in Squamish a picnic lunch  was held in the park, after which shopping in  the various stores until time to start the  return trip, during which a surprise mystery  contest was held, the winner being Carrie  Berg of Powell River.  This very happy day was arranged by  Edna Fisher, being assisted by Bea Rankin  and Edna Jure.  k  St. Hilda's Anglican  Chyrcti, Sechelt  Service Every Sunday  llr.'U) n.m. nm. 10 a.m.  The Kev. IN .J. -Uodkiii,  aa;*-2640  I  odular 'unsig  One half a house is causing problems for  Mark and Alma Gregory of West Porpoise  Bay road.  The half-house, a modular owned by  Sunmark Industries, has been left on the lot  ���next to the Gregory's for six weeks.  "It's an awful unsightly thing to look at,  "Alma Gregory told The Times, "I have to  look right out my dining room window at it."  Pointing out that the modular was being  warped by exposure Mark Gregory added  "There should be certain guidelines for  construction. It shouldn't be parked on a lot  with inadequate support."  Tom McKenzie of Sunmark Industries  admitted the company owned the modular  but added that building on it would start  "yery shortly."  N MacKenzie explained that Sunmark In  dustries had made an agreement to buy the  lot the modular is on and is waiting for a  health permit and a building permit to  complete the modular.  "I've got ten of them",'MacKenzie said,  "and they're all being done. This one will be  done as soon as we've done the rest of them."  "I'm wondering why anyone's upset,"  MacKenzie added, "It takes three months to  build a bouse. The modular will be a home  within three or four months."  "We have to leave it somewhere, don't  we?" MacKenzie concluded.  In the meantime Mark Gregory has  complained to the village council. At their  August 18 meeting council Instructed village  clerk Tom Wood to look into the situation and  to report back to council at their September 1  meeting if a policy decision is required.  $149  lbs.  CRISCO  SHORTENING  $'4 71  1 ���  tin  winner  Winner of the Lions Club 400 draw Friday,  August 20 was Joe Bellerive.  The winning ticket was drawn by Ron  Oram at the Bank of Montreal, Gibsons.  CHANNEL 21  GET IT STRAIGHT AWAY  YOU CAN ONLY BUY THE ^  THE SPECIAL RADIO SHACK 3  U.H.F. ANTENNA  AT  J&C ELECTRONICS & APPLIANCES  In the Heart of Sechelt ,, 885-2568  gsioi^iyyjDEis A t E|E N DSIA  FAB  IETERGENT  ib.-  box  NESCAFE  INSTANT COFFEE  lOoz.  SCOTT  PAPER TOWELS  i  Twin  Pack   C  KON TIKI  ORANGE JUICE  Unsweetened  48 oz   BANQUET  FROZEN DINNERS  11 oz.  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