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 /  7  7  /:.<:     /  I,   . .  '/  .1  ' ,  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira 'Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earls Cove, Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  Phone  885*3231  ^fccuTii  Label  This Issue 14 Pages���15c  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 13 ��� No. 35  i.',,.'.,  Wednesday, July 28,1976  The village of Sechelt will be getting a  sewer system,  In committee of the whole July 21 village  council passed a recommendation, "That the  village of Sechelt request that the regional  district proceed with the sewer project  subject to a maximum levy of two mills on the  designated area".  The recommendation was passed by  council at their regular meeting. It will go  before the regional board at either the July 27  public utilities meeting or the July 29 regular  board meeting for approval.  Police believe arson caused the fire which  destroyed the Selma Park General Store.  A spokesman for the Sechelt RCMP said,  "It was probably a set fire. We base that on  the circumstances of the fire. It went up so.  fast."  A witness told police she looked out her  window at thestore at 5:45 a.m. and could see  nothing wrong. Sechelt Volunteer Fire  Department got the call at 5:55 a.m. "By the  time we got on the scene," Fire Chief Butch  Ono said, "the fire was through the roof and  coming out both ends."  Sechelt firemen were fighting the fire for  five hours. The structure, insured at $80,000,  was a complete loss.  The general store, a 60 year old structure, was in the process of being renovated.  The owners had raised the store and were  preparing to put a cement foundation under  it. The creosote treated timbers which were  used to raise . the building .generated  tremendous heat during the fire.  "We were pumping about 800 gallons a  minute onto the fire," Fire Chief Ono said,  "and much of that was turning to steam  before it ever hit the flame."  The way the building was sitting, the fact  that it was so old and dry and a wind coming  off the beach all contributed to spreading the  fire quickly, police said.  A fire inspector was on the scene last  week.  The owners of the building, Thomas and  See Page A-2  The decision to build the sewer system  without referendum was made after a public  information meeting July 13. At that meeting  a straw vote showed 38 to 24 in favour of  having a referendum.  Mayor Harold Nelson said the decision to  build the sewers without referendum is, "all  in accordance with the municipal act".  -"Sewers are inevitable." Nelson added,  "The longer you delay the more the cost goes  up. People are very concerned about cost."  When asked if he thought the majority of  the people in the village supported installation of sewers Nelson said "I'm sure  when the sewer system gets in there will be  people outside it demanding to be hooked up.  Our hospital and secondary school  desperately need a sewer."  In alderman Morgan Thompson's opinion  the decision to install'the sewers without  referendum was made because, "We feel it is  the right thing to do".  Thompson said "I don't know" when asked  if he thought the majority of the people in the  village supported council's decision. He  added that he, "would think that they would".  Alderman Frank Lietner said the holding  of a referendum "wasn't necessary".  "We were told by the provincial government that it was under two mills and it wasn't  necessary to hold a referendum. Why go to  extra expense and delay when it will be the  same anyway?" Lietner asked.  Lietner added "The few people that are  unhappy with the sewer system are because  of money reasons".  In a written statement to the Times  alderman Ernie Booth noted, "The sewer  project for the Village of Sechelt has now  been in process for several years and, as  recently stated by Mr. Wood, the Village  Clerk, costs have risen from $900,000 in 1974 to  a present $1,225,000. With the cost sharing  plan now available, the amount required  from the local area may be financed within  the allowed two mills. With the increased  wage bill and income, an increase in the cost  must be anticipated in the not too distant  future and it is therefore imperative to take  immediate action.  "To continue much longer in the Village on  ,the basis of maintaining the present state of  affairs might be a valid position if such a  thing, were possible; unfortunately history  ���See Page A-2  Sea Calvalcade is ready to go..  Gibsons Sea Calvalcade, organized by the  Concerned Citizens Committee in three  weeks, looks to be as active as ever.  Events start on Friday, July 30, with the  competition for the best outfitted Boat and  Crew contest opening. Boats and crews will  be judged all weekend with the awards being  presented Sunday, August 1. Entry forms are  available at the Dogwood Cafe.  At 6 p.m. the Kinsmen Bavarian Beer  Garden opens at Dougal Park. A band will  also be playing.  A teen dance will'be held on the wharf  starting at 9 p.m. Concession for the dance is  being run by the Gibsons Athletic  Association.  A fireworks display will be held over the  harbour starting at 10 p.m.  Saturday, July 31, events start off at 9 a.m.  with the. annual Seal Cavalcade Golf Tournament at the Golf and Country Club, Roberts  Creek.  In Gibsons, starring at, 10:00 a.m., there  will be a fly-pass and parade, Parade  categories are Commercial, Novelty,  Decorated and Individual Clown. Prizes will  be awarded to all children under 13 who enter  the parade.  The fireman will be stealing the show  starting at 11 a.m. with their annual war of  the hoses at Dougal Park.  At 11:30 a.m. the Sea Calvalcade Doubles  Tennis Tournament will start at the high,  school courts. Cash prizes will be awarded in  this event. To enter phone 886-9087.  The Senior Citizens Bingo, children's dart  throw, ring toss, fishpond, bike and costume  parade and pet show all start at noon in  Dougal Park. All children's events to be  entered free on location.  A poster contest for children aged eight  and under and nine to thirteen also starts at  noon. To enter children should bring a poster  with a Sea Calvalcade theme to the park.  Posters must be between 8 by 11 inches and 18  by 24 inches in size.  A children's Arts and Crafts contest,  display and sale also starts at noon. For more  information phone 886-7384.  The children's entertainment starts at 1  p.m. with folk and children's songs, dancing  by Valerie and Jack Kettle and skits by the  Driftwood Players, all on the Dougal Park  stage.    ��� ��� '      .  Children's races will also be held starting  at 1 p.m.  At 2 p.m. the Kinsmen's Bavarian Beer  Garden and band re-open in Dougal Park.  Adults got their turn at 3 p.m. when the  adult competitions start. Contests this year  ���See Page A-2'  ARSON IS BLAMED for a fire which  totally destroyed the Selma Park  General Store in Selma Park. The store  was in the process of having a cement  foundation put under it. The fire broke  out about 6 a.m. July 20 and was out of  control before Sechelt Volunteer Fire  department arrived on the scene  minutes later. Police said the building  and contents were insured for $80,000.  .   This time George Floros was waiting.  When thieves broke into the Parthenon  Restaurant in Sechelt for the sixth time,  Floros and an employee surprised the two in  their mid-20's and chased them on foot  through the village at 3 a.m. Sunday morning.  The two split up and lost their pursuers;  but police were alerted and have suspects.  The Parthenon has been broken Into six  times in recent months. The incident took  place Sunday morning.  There- may be shifts again at Elphinstone  Secondary^ in^ GibsbnS next 'year." A 'school  board meeting June 22 was told that a strike  in the B. C. Constructions industry has put the  constructions of Sechelt Junior Secondary six  weeks behind schedule and there is no way it  can be ready by the September 1 deadline the  board had been hoping for.  Terry Clayton of Construction  Management, the firm overseeing construction at the new school site, said in his  report to the school board last Thursday, "We  had a one month 'Float' in our schedule to  take care of the strike; but now the strike has  gone longer than that. This puts us in a  position where the schedule is critical."  Clayton told the school board that the  electricians and bricklayers had continued to  work since the Constructions Labor Relations  Association locked out employees four weeks  ago across the province, "The mechanical  trades and the carpenters have not been  working since the CLRA lock-out," Clayton  said.  He said the September 1 projected  opening, "was in doubt even if we could go  ahead immediately."  Meanwhile in Vancouver, all sides agreed  late last week to the appointment of Jim  Kinnaird to mediate an end to the labor  dispute. That announcement came from  I,abor Minister, Alan Wijliams who also said  there would not be a legislated end to the  dispute.  Meanwhile, Sechelt school district are  looking at another way of beating the strike.  A meeting was scheduled for early this week  between,the; se^-oo"- L��*yrAgnA the carpenters  In the project. "'       '  A "  The school board secretary treasurer Roy  Mills told the board that if the board and the  carpenters can come to an agreement, the  work can proceed despite the strike. The  results of that meeting are not known at press  time.  In the meantime, the school board have a  third plan for getting the school done. They  passed a motion calling for hospital and  school construction, to be exempt from the  strike-lockout situation. A letter is to be sent  to the minister of labor with a copy to the  CLRA. One of the trustees said such an  agreement was in effect on Vancouver Island  and it was hoped the exemption could be  spread across the province.       ^  Mills told the board, "If we can work out a  deal with the carpenters, then the junior  secondary will be only a few days late and we  may not have to go on shift. If we can't work  the deal, completion will be much later."  The board concluded that if the school  cannot be completed by the September 1 date,  two possibilities were open. Either the  students would be put on shift at Elphinstone  with one school's students going in the  morning and the other in the afternoon or  delaying the start of the school year at  , Sechelt Junior Secondary and adding the  days on at the end of the year.  The board expressed great disappointment at the thought of the shcool not  being ready on time. "Everything was going  along so well, '.' Mills said. "We could have  easily made the September 1 deadline,"  Trustee Maureen Clayton said.  The children's fishing derby will go on this  year without Charlie Brookman.  The ninth annual children's fishing derby,  this year called the Charles Brookman  Memorial Fishing Derby, will go on at Davis  Bay wharf July 31 from noon to 3:30 p.m.  The derby honors Cliarlie Brookman who  organized the original derby nine years ago  and oversaw all the derbies until his death at  age 93 earlier this year.  The derby Is open to nil young people aged  12 and under who live in the Wilson Creek to  West Sechelt area, Contestants must bring  their own fishing gear; but bait will be supplied by Tyee Bait Company.  All prizes and the first place trophy will be  awarded on the wharf between 3:30 and 4  p.m. Prizes for the event have been donated  by the Ladles Auxiliary to the Royal  Canadian Legion, the Sechelt chapter of the  Independent Order of Foresters and Mrs. II.  I), McGregor.  Derby organlzersa.sk that all participants  who are not accompanied by an adult mast  wear a life jacket. They add that they will not  accept any responsibility for any accidents.  After one false start, the oldest ship in the  B. C. Ferries fleet ls scheduled to be withdrawn this week.  Originally the langdale Queen was to l>e  withdrawn from service on the Horseshoe  Bny-I-angdnlc run last week; but her  replacement ship the Queen of Tsawwassen  was not roady to lx) put on the run. She was to  go into service July 21.      , New Jersey and New York. She was built in  The altered schedule had the longdate Philadelphia in 1903. Her cabins were finished  Queen making her last run Sunday night with In fine wood and she boasted a most elegant  the Queen of Tsawwassen going into service stairway.  Monday, according to a B. C. Ferries cm- In  1910, she  was sold  to  Montlcallo  ployee at Langdale. Steamships of California. She was converted  The Langdale Queen started life as the to oil and ono stack was removed, When she  Astbury Park, an excursion steamer between went into service in the San Francisco Vallcjo  sons  Gibsons Elementary principal for 1970-77  has been named. Colleen Elson will step from  tho vlcc-princlpal's position into that vacated  by Principal Dave Rempel. Hompel Is Inking  a one year leave of absence to continue  studies for his Masters degree! in the U.S.  Sechelt school board made the an-  nouiiccmcnl In a press release last week.  The board is not naming anyone to the  vicc-prliiclpnl position al tho school for the  year,'"It whs decided that Gibsons  Elementary, would operate without a vice-  principal," the school Ixiard release said.  "The procedure to be followed as at Sechelt Elementary, is that the administrative  allowance normally payable lo a vice-  principal Is made available to the school for  lliein lo hire substitute teachers or additional  clerical help as required, so that various  members of the school teaching staff can  .assume leadership roles from time to time in  areas of tholr expertise."  According to the school board, 2(1 apj  plications were received for the' position.  These wore reduced to five for Interviewing  by a screening committee consisting of two  trustees, the district superintendent of  schools and l.wp representatives of the Sechelt  Teachers Association. That took place July  14.  "Following the interviews, the hoard  decided to promote her from her present  position of vice-principal at Gibsons  Elementary School to the position of principal  wllh the school district, Initial assignment as  Principal of Gibsons Elementary for the 1.17(1-  77 school year," the release stated.  .... T. t  ��   '111   M<       \      '       *  �� , '�� 7. 1/ 1   M<       \      '       *  "T1  ���"'������ '-����� >.< >\Hx  i , 7 ��� , ,     u , k *��� .Hviv*.        f>*��  '    I.      ..  '      1      I  *..   I  -yv���...  * 7' '  Ml!  , ��� j-y ���** %#  7 7,  ,,   'i' 'A', - A -��; *%#i%l %%m  y. t.  r '*  ( !'  i" ��Kfi  ��� A* '. '.<m.V' >,  sW   0"% \* 0     ��    .  �������..*������      1  is*-?..- ���'  .-   'its. *  ��. , .   , "s   m^u . ...  -  , ���    . -v..-* "**������-.* �� J*  ...    A *m  "Vr ***'     **,*���".  ���   ,   '- .... .-!*--       -'.* r  .'.', *.���/������' v��V ���������*'"*  . :7 "--v-cy* ���v>'  1 1 ��.:   ".    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A bridge put the ferry out of business later  in 1927 and the vessel was then requisitioned  by the U, S. War Shipping administration to  carry shipyard workers to work.  Paget Sound Navigation bought her from  the U. S. government in 19*13 and she went, into  service between Seattle and Bremerton  carrying workers and sailors to the Paget  Sound Naval Shipyard. ���  In 1942,' she became a Canadian when  purchased by Black Ball Ferry Line. Except  for her stool hull, she was almost completely  rebuilt. She even got a new name     Kahloke.  The Kahloke, as the Sunshine (.'oast ok'  timers .still call her, went into service on tl..  Horseshoe! Bay-Nanalmo run in 1953,  She stayed em that run until 19(11 when she  was purchased by B. cVorrlos and put on I he  run between Horseshoe Bay and I -angdalo, At  that time she was renamed langdale Queen.  The story of the ferry is from a history  compiled by Jane; IVfaffin, A  A  A  7  I)S  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 28,1076  SPRUCING.UP for Sea Cavalcade,  Gibsons village worker Scott Phillips  puts some finishing touches on the stage  at Dougal Park in preparation for this  MORE ABOUT . . .  week-end's Cavalcade activities. Many  of the events will be held at Dougal Park  while still others will be held in the  Armour's Beach ��� wharf area.  ��� Timesphoto  ��Sea Cavalcade ready to go  include a pulp packing contest, tug-o-war,  drag race, pie throw and dunk tank. All  events will be held at Dougal Park.  The Annual Sea Cavalcade Golf Tournament again heads off the list of events for  Sunday, August 1. The tournament continues  MORE ABOUT ...  �� Village sewer  ���From Page A-l  has shown that nothing remains the same. It  is necessary to improve and progress or to  decline and decay.  "Many factors have recently come to bear  in our village, a great many of them adverse  to the best interests of the village future and  an immediate decision was required on  improvement or stagnation, with sewers a  prime factor to progress. All information,  data, reasons and factors were given careful  study anctk'decision made on the basis of the  study,".Village Clerk, Tom Wood, told The  Times that, from his point of view "There's  lots of precedent for this sort of thing."  "The Provincial Government increased  ICBC rates 400 per cent despite opposition,  .the Federal Government abolished capital  'Punishment in spite of 80 per cent of the  ^population favoring retention, the Provincial��,  Government boosted ferry rates 100 per cent  despite a tremendous amount of opposition"  "Lots of times people in government go  against the wishes of the majority when they-  feel it is in the best interest," Wood said.  Alderman Dennis Shuttleworth, on  vacation at the time council made its  decision, commented; "I think council is  proceeding with speed which verges on  frantic to put in sewers. I don't think this is  necessary at all. I think people should decide  for themselves on the basis of the evidence. I  don't think the people? will stand for this."  Hugh Baird and Bud Montgomery, who  have been spearheading the opposition to the  sewers, also commented on council's  decision.  "It is hard to believe that the Sechelt  council would defy the wishes of the people  when the majority elected them", Baird said,  "Why is this council afraid to hold a  referendum? The conclusion is that council is  either obscuring the true facts or has some  other reason."       "   '      ,  Bud Montgomery pointed out that  "Democracy is supposed to be government  by the people through elected representatives. I don't think the council is  representing anyone but themselves," he  added.  Montgomery also suggested tliat "This  council seems to be committed to sewers  regardless of what the people feel or think.  "I think they should be overuled and we  should go to Victoria and see what gocs'on,"  he said.  "I don't think the people arc worried about  two mills or fifty mills, they jast want to vote  on the subject", Montgomery concluded.  Christian Science  The apostle Paul once said, "-we glory in  tribulations", (Romans 5:3). This can be  difficult to understand, and many feel that  they have Imd more than their share of  trouble, and look forward to it's end. Anel, yet,  trying experiences may give us a greater  understanding of things and people, and more  compassion toward others,  After an exceptionally trying time, Mary  Baker Eddy once said, "When these things  cease to bless, they .will cease to occur." (The  First Church of Christ, Scientist, and  Mlscellnny) and added, "What shall we than  say to these things? If God be for us, who can  be against, us." (Romans 8:31.)  ��� From Page A-l  atflthe Golf and Country Club starting at 9  a.m.  Armour beach is the location for Sunday's  Sea Cavalcade events.  At 9:30 a.m. the Gibson's Wildlife Club  Annual Children's Fishing Derby starts.  Entry is free and pop, bait and prizes will be  given out. Children twelve and under may  enter by bringing tackle to the derby location.  At 10 a.m. the annual long distance swim  from Keats to the municipal beach will be  held. Entry forms for this event are available  at Dixon's Barber Shop.  The Gibson's Volunteer Fire Department's annual water sports start at 11 a.m.  off Armour beach.  A car rally leaves from the high school at  11 a.m.  Log burlers and boomstick footracers  demonstrate their skills starting at 1 p.m. in  the Fire Department's log burling contest and  the Guinness World Record Boomstick  footrace. Entry fee for this event is $2.  A novelty Boomstick race and inner tube  races with children, ladies and men's  categories will also be held. Entry is free.  Boom boat event and tugboat competitions  will also be held. A $2 entry fee will be  charged for boom boats and $5 fof entry1 to the  Tugboat competition. -        - \, ./'?, ^    \  Wind-up for the event will include tiie  blowing up of a barge in the harbour'and a jet  boat jumping over a barge.  The Gibson's Volunteer Fire Department  will run a food concession at the beach all  day.  Sechelt school district will be robbing from  Peter to pay Paul.  The board has decided to go ahead with a  reshuffling of its capital expense programs to .  pay for renovations to Elphinstone Secondary. The board had been going on the  promise of $300,000 from the federal government department of Indian Affairs, a grant  .which goes to district with a percentage  population of Indian students. That money  was not forthcoming and the provincial  government refused to allow the board to  borrow money against it. This left the board  with the alternative of juggling its building '  program and at last week's board meeting,  the board did just that.  The board decided to take $108,000 from '  the Pratt Road elementary building money ;  and $50,000 which was to go into alterations at  Madeira Park Elementary. About $5,000 is to  be left in that fund for roof repairs at Madeira  Park. When the board made the original plan  to vary, Secretary Roy Mills told them the  MORE ABOUT...  oHre destroys store  ��� From Page A-l  Shirley McDonald, had living quarters in the  building; but were in Vancouver at the time  of the blaze. The building and contents were  insure for $80,000.  Sechelt RCMP are continuing their investigation.  Earlier this year, a young Sechelt man,  was given one year in jail for arson in. con-. ,  nection with a fire at the Sechelt Indian  Residence. Christopher Julien Jr. was sen*-  tenced to one year when he pleaded quilty to-,  the charge in Haney court on April 20. That"  was in connection with $800,000 fire whicfr  nearly destroyed the old structure.  The Selma Park store.was one of the oldest,  buildings in that area. _  Many Sunshine Coast residents had  memories of the store which has been in the-  area since the early part of the century.  Kenneth Wood recalls that the store was  originally built in 1912 by Herbert Witaker. At  that time Selma Park was a. park, complete  with picnic grounds, tables and a pavillion.  The store was originally used as a small  store combined with a tea room. It was  usually open in the summer for three or four.  months then closed over the winter.  Florrie, Clayton agrees with  Wood's'  description of the tea room, recalling how she  and her friends used to walk over the Indian  reserve and stop, at the store for tea.  Jack Whitaker told the- Times that the  store was owned by Union Steamshjps as an.  extension to the Sechelt Store. After World  War 11 it was sold to Fred Willow of Willow  and Oliver.  .1   Although the store has been renovated  "several times Whitaker said the store which"  burned down July 20 was very similar to the  original store.  Local people who have owned or operated  the store include Kenneth Wood, Jack and  Lee Redman, Harvey Hubbs and Lily and Al  Hammond.  money would not be needed at the Pratt Road  site this year and could be raised in next  year's capital expenditures proposal. He  added that the Madeira Park project could be  put off one year without too much difficulty.  The $108,000 from the $403,000 set aside for  Pratt Road would still leave enough to build a  school shell, Mills said. ��  At last week's meeting, the board was told  the varying of the funds has received Victoria's approval.  There is a qualified Cabinet Maker, with fully equipped workshop,  making custom cabinets and furniture right here on the Peninsula  Samples on Display Wide Range of Prices  Before taking that trip to town come in and see Grant McCrady.  885-2594  See our ad in the yellow pages.  HI  m  o 3,000 gal. tank  ��Gov't testing for wells  o Spray bar for roads  o Fire hoses & nozzles  Call Ken���112-594-504!  r  ***#  VACATION  BIBLE SCHOOL  Bethel Baptist Church  Aufl. 3-Aug. 7  9:30-12 noon  Agos 5JI2 yaart  SINGING * BIBLE STORIES ��� GAMES  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  shnnkung schedule  Effective IMMEDIATELY, sprinkling will bo pormlttod only during the  following hours:���  MONDAY * WEDNESDAY * FRIDAY  a) All Watorfront Properties  b) Cowrio Stroot, Socholt  c) Wakoflold Road '       ���  ci) Norwost Day Road -   Wost Sido  0) Chastor Road --��������� Wost Sldo, Rosamund, Fairviow  8, Grondvlow Roads -- Both Sldos  1) Longdate,      All Stroots -'- West Sldo      ''  g)  All houses north ol Hydro rlght-ol-way  in Socholt oxcopt Outlook Drlvo,  MONDAY & WEDNESDAY���7 AM to 9 AM, 7 PM to 9 PM  FRIDAY���7 AM to 9 AM  TUESDAY * THURSDAY * SATURDAY  ALL OTHER PROPERTIES NOT LISTED ABOVE,  TUESDAY ft THURSDAY���7 AM to 9 AM, 7 PM to 9 PM  SATliRDAY���7 AM to 9 AM  ONE SPRINKLER ONLY is permitted on oach proporty.  WHEN A EIRE SIREN IS SOUNDED, PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR  SPRINKLER.  G. Dixon  Works Suporlntondont  Canada geese mate for life.  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell RenLtBuy, Swap, etc.  will be known as  D.A. Devlin���Director  Nothing has changed except the name. Dan Devlin has been Owner/Manager  for the past 2Vz years, and is now doing business under his own name. All  prearranged services are still in full effect under the new name  DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME,  SEAVIEW RD.f GIBSONS  lili $%S$$h  MOMs GROWN B.C.QUAirnfFQ<  m.  HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO  FOR A CHANCE TO WIN  It's easy! It's fun! Just stock up on specific  B.C. apricots, chicken, milk, potatoes and  canned or frozen corn or peas, identified  with the "Home Grown ��� B.C. Quality"  emblem on food store shelves.  Save the product labels. Make your  winning selection from one of the "Home  Grown" Six ��� B.C. Apricots, B.C. Chicken,(  B.C. Milk, B.C. Potatoes, B.C. Peas or B.C.  Corn, then follow the contest rules. Enter  as often as you wish.  You could win one thousand dollars worth  of B.C. food products ... enough to feed  your family for months!  CONTEST DETAILS WHERE YOU SHOP  ! B.C. FOODSTAKES 76  P.O. Box 2029  I      Vancouver 3, B.C.  NAME  ADDWESf  *��  j^GR%  \ i city  irwxwy  | sTonr wiinni: you nnop  I  piioni:  <�����,    lookfo* |   MY WINNING ll.C, pnODUCT SIlLfXTION IP*  Itm i*ml>lrrn     ���  I'doniilymo  the i-liftiblc  <fc -A       rontnt  ��QUfk\>  B.C. FOODSTAKHS OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM  > Wednesday, July 28,1976       The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  X i *��� /  k ^ V   <       _. { '      ,~.  ;.'   7 7 < *   v  -r,< ,-  r**-"7  ,^~����*r*T  f   ���#'  "WO*- -ttf^A^-^^y^Crt^^ > *v-*����3&VSi��  7^7-Y%  ^���w^rr^*,,^ .  lT*��^>W��w��iy^M, ,  MANY MONTHS after construction was  completed, Sunshine Coast residents  finally got to see the front of Elphinstone  Secondary in Gibsons. The portable  classrooms which' had been in front of  the building were removed and landscaping has begun in earnest. Here half  of one double-wide portable remains,  awaiting the moving trucks. One of the  four portables was taken to Jthe Pender  Harbour area, one to Davis Bay, one to  West Sechelt and one to Bowen Island.  ���Timesphoto  ater testers  here Ay  Two Simon Fraser University graduates  in Biology will be offering a free water  analysis service to residents and property  owners in the Gibsons-Sechelt area from  August 9 to August 18.  Students, Ken Berry and Susan Wilson,  will be in the Sechelt Village Office from 9  a.m. to noon starting August 9 to take the  names and addresses of people interested in  having their water analyzed.  The students ask that people do not bring  water samples with them. Purpose of the  Village Hall interview is to make appointments for the students to take samples.  They add that they will be testing the water  for bacteriological, not chemical, content.  The project is funded.by^a grant from the  Provincial Department^ofe^sborr    aY,w,-^  Further informatoWon thi~ project can be  obtained from Ken Berry or Susan Wilson, c-o  Dr. Larry Albright, Department of Biological  Science, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby,  B.C. V5A 1S6 or by calling 291-3504.  After August 9, the students can be contacted by calling 885-2043 in Sechelt.  NOT ALL the work going on at  Elphinstone Secondary is at the front of  the school. 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PageA-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 28, 1976  I The Peninsula^**^  Don Morberg, Managing Editor  of  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian  every  other  right  that free   men  prize."  ��� Winston Churchill  9  What can be the reasoning behind-  Sechelt Village council's decision to go  ahead with the sewer system in the face  of heavy public opposition?  . Although Mayor Harold Nelson said  the decision should be held off until there  was a full council present, the council  voted to go ahead with the system  although Alderman Dennis Shuttleworth  had not returned from vacation.  Alderman Shuttleworth has not been in  favor of the sewers going into the  residential area.  The mayor told the Times this week  that the sewer was being put, "all in  accordance with the municipal act."  That may be true, but does that make it  right?   The   mayor   added  that  the  owners who signed the petition  presented to council, don't have to take  it.  Council expressing concern for the  environment of Porpoise Bay is a joke.  Where was their concern for the ecology  of the area when, they changed their  zoning bylaw to allow a marina there?  The issue seems to be that council is  afraid to put it to a referendum because  the plan would go down to defeat. There  is no one arguing with them that the  business area should have a sewer.  There is no one arguing that if environmental damage can be proven,  there should be a sewer for the whole  area from Davis Bay to West 'Sechelt.  The need for the  sewer' in the  a nn  hospital and the new school needed the    residential area has not been proven. If  system, "desperately". If the situation  is desperate, how did the proposed  sewage treatment system for the school  get approval even under the new  tightened regulations?  Alderman Leitner was correct in his  observation that a number.of people  were unhappy with the sewer system  because of the money involved. Quite a  number of people are wondering where  they will get the money to pay for forced  hook-up fee.  -\  The need for the sewers in the  residential area has never been proven.  If the businesses along Cowrie are  desirous of having a sewer system then  they should have one and they should  pay for it. Under the regional district's  specified area legislation, that area  could be designated and a sewer system  built for that area. That way those who  want the system could get it and those  who do not want it, like the property  it had been there there would be far  fewer critics of the plan.  The village council must now take  their plan to the regional board's utility  committee and to the board itself.  At those tables, those opposed to the  plan as it has been proposed are hoping  for a reprieve. As previously ..stated, it  will be interesting to see the board's  reaction to the situation where a  decision of council goes against the  apparent public opinion.  If the board does go along with the  council's decision and the sewer plan  goes through, it is our sincere hope the  council will give as much consideration  as possible to lessening the financial  burden of hooking up to the sewer.  Perhaps using the hook-up fee as a tax  credit would be one way.  It is still our feeling that the council is  doing the wrong thing by proceeding  against the wishes of the residents.  "The rumors alleging so-called 'tourist  pricing' aire totally unfounded."  READERS' RIGHT  Council trying to ram,  sewer�� through  IF I MIGHT be permitted to do a little  name dropping here, I had lunch last week  with Pat Pearce who is a commissioner with  the Canadian Radio and Television Commission, the legendary CRTC.'She was oh the  Sunshine Coast! on the first day of a few days  of rest and relaxation; but that's not what this  is all about.  Pat, before sitting with the CRTC, was a  columnist with the Montreal Star and before  that was entertainment editor witii another  Montreal daily. We were talking about how  difficult it sometimes was to get a story,  physically difficult, and she said, "You know,  the readers really don't give a damn how  difficult it was for you to get the story. All  they care about is the story. Doesn't matter  how you got it. It's your job to get it and you  do your job. How you do' it really doesn't  matter to the readers."  It struck me that there has been a whole  lot of ink wasted locally by the local media,  telling the readers what a great job they're  doing or trying to do. Perhaps if they spent a  little less time telling how good they're trying  to be and a little more time trying to be good,  they would be better.  LAST WEEK, during summer, I trotted,  along with all my friends, down to the Por-  pose Bay Provincial campsite. The three of us  were going on a picnic of sorts, sort of a good  excuse for eating sand flavored with hot dog,  throw a frisbee around and, get sunburned.  To do the first, we had to build a fire and to  build a fire we brought along matches, paper  and kindling, expecting to find the remaining  wood at the campsite because there is always  wood at government.campsites, right?  Wrong. There wasn't any.  I trotted up the beach and, at great personal danger and self-sacrifice, brought back  an armload of beach wood.  Some people in the next camp area took  pity on us and gave us some barbecue  charcoals (while I was gone) so we took pity  on the people on the other side who were so  desperate for wood they were going to rip the  wooden panels off the side of their station  wagon.  I was already mentally writing a put down  of the provincial park system for not supplying us with wood. I mean what else do  parks people have to do In the winter but cut  wood? It was mentally half written when we  made our second trip to the picnic site last  week, Much to our surprise, there was lots of  wood, all over the place. It was like the wood  ferry cume clown In the night and hud strewn  wood thither and yon. Proliably all tho over-  nlghters woke up in the morning with teeth  The Peninsula^JdmeA  Published Wednesdays al Seehell  on M.C.'s Sunshine Const  hy  The I'eiilnsuln Times  I'or Wesjtpres Publications I,Id,  nl Seehell, B.C.  '       Dox'.110-- Seehell, D.C.  Phone H85-.123I  Siihscriplinn Hales: (in advance)  I.oeal, .$7 per year, Ileyoiiil .15 miles, $W  U.S.A.,'$10. Overseas SI I,  by Don Morberg  missing.  Park people, you sure know how to ruin a  good item. .  [ So now I have all this pent-up" fiiry/hwas,  going to unleash in their direction; but have  nowhere to unleash it. That's enough to give  one ulcers. I think I'll choose something nice  and safe.  Someone, in an article I read a while ago  claimed that Calgary was the most bigotted  city in Canada. It ain't. Vancouver is. I have  never seen so much racial and lingual intolerance in my life than I have in the past  few years ih Vancouver. I was appalled.  There are two primary. targets, East Indians arid Francophones. I was amazed to  hear people whom I thought should know  better running down East. Indians; it was  frightening. . -  That's why I was amused to read recently  about something which had happened in  Vancouver. One of the complaints I had heard  was that the East Indians had taken over the  labor pools. I was told they would work for  less money; but didn't do as good a job, etc.,  etc.  This is why I thought it was funng when a  while ago they had the B.C. lumber grading  championships. There were two winners and  one was an East Indian who had been in the  country only a few years.That kind of shot the  hell out of that theory. People I had talked to  claimed they were being done out of jobs  because the East Indiansiwould work for less  money. They probably couldn't face the fact  tliat they were replaced by someone who was  doing a better job. The fact that the  replacement was an East Indian made it  worse for them. You can't help but feel sorry  for people like that.  The story about the CBC reporter who  happened to be an Indian is an indication of  how much racial tolerance there is In Vancouver. It wasn't until after the man  produced his CBC indentiflcatlon that one of  the major Vancouver hotels suddenly  realized they had erred and there was a room  for him after nil.  Tho intolerance against French speaking  , people is Just as Incredible, I wns surprised  recently when I was sitting In the waiting  room of the Australian trade consulate In  Vancouver, A middle-age to elderly gentleman caine in and was trying to communicate the fact that he wanted a visa to  visit Australia. Tho lady at the desk couldn't  understand his mostly French and broken  English, so she called on a clerk at the back,  lie came out, addressed the man in French  and they filled out the visa application,  I wondered If Uie same tiling would liave  Imppened in �� number of Canadian civil  ���service offices.  Recently the mayor of Hull, Quebec spent  three days in Jail to prove a point. Ho received  a speeding ticket, all In English, while  travelling through Ottawa. He spoke English;  but realized that not nil the residents of Hull,  across the river from Ottawa, do. He asked  for the ticket, in French mid was refused. So  lie refused to pay the fine and spent the three  dnys in jail, We can only assume that If lie did  not. speak English, he still would liave  received the ticket in English and still spent,  the three days ln Jail.  That's  kind  of  sad,  particularly  considering it Is our nation's capital.  Editor, The Times  Sir: I was not allowed to speak at the  public meeting on July 13, regarding the  sewers the council is trying to push through  regardless of what the property owners who  have to pay the bill say or think.  At a meeting called on Sunday, January  18,1976 to discuss sewers, (engineer) Dayton  showed all those lovely pictures of sewer  plants. It was so entertaining, much better  than watching TV.  The feeling I got after talking to a lot of  people was that the questions that were asked  did not get the proper answers and yet those  answers were supposed to come from sewer  experts.  Another thing I would like to know is, are  Dayton and Knight the only firm that the  Village of Sechelt can deal with regarding  sewers? Are there no other firms in B.C. in  this business? If* so, why are they not asked  their opinion of sewers in Sechelt and their  quotation on the cost of putting in a sewer  system in the area?  If the Village of Sechelt is so polluted with  septic tanks and their drain fields why is Dr.  Laing or his department allowing septic tanks  to be installed in the Seaside Village? If there  is a health problem existing in the area then  Victoria should be advised and a stop put on  ���''all" budding permits. Why was a school  allowed to be built and still use septic tanks?  I would also like to know how many  villages the size of Sechelt in B.C. with around  500 to 600 people have sewer systems. I have  been told by people that are supposed to know  about septic tanks and drainage that if you  have a gravel and sand base that there is no  better material tot drainage field run off. If  the Water from a drainfield travels 100 feet  through sand and gravel that it is very clean  again.  I would like to know if Victoria is advising  all small areas they must have sewers in two  or three years as Thompson says they will be  doing. There, should be a warning to these  villages ahead of time so they can be ready  for the shock of the terrific expense to have  them installed.  I would also like to know if Valemont, B.C.  has sewers as they have double the population  that Sechelt has and also Blue River, B.C.  that has a population of approximately 100  more than Sechelt.  It seems that the mayor and council are  trying to ram this sewer by-law through  regardless of what the people want. All I can  say to the people Is that if this thing goes  through, against their wishes they will not  forget this by election time in November 1976  and November 1977. My own feeling is that we  should have a new council and mayor to try to  put Sechelt on an even keel again and keep it  a nice little urban village and not allow  condominiums and apartment buildings all  over the place. If these developers want to  build all these monstrosities why don't they  go to Gibsons as they have sewers there as  well as four times the population of Sechelt?  Another thing I would like to know ls why  Selma Park arid Davis Bay don't have  sewers? There Is more people by far living In  those areas than there are In Sechelt and they  must be really polluted the way that land  slopes towards the sea. It must he tough on  the fish and crabs In the area.  Mr. Dayton, quoted In the Peninsula  Times of August 14, 1974, said thnt for a  municipality such as Sechelt, which has no  sewers nt all, a complete collection treatment  and disposal system would not cost much  more to build than the equivalent oil three  mills (In 1974).  It Is now about three years later and  everything has gone way up in cost nnd yet  our council can do this project for two mills or  less.  If this sewer hylnw goes Uirough without a  referendum whon the majority want one and  If people that are against, tins way council is  acting want to lend some help ilnd finances  we will broadcast this far and wide all over  B.C. and Into Ottawa.  How a little council of four aldermen and  one mayor cun do as they please wlUi the  taxpayers money ls beyond me? All .tho  people wnnt is n vote on how their million and  a half dollars Is to lie spent.  The petition I organized contained 77  names, one name per lot, but I am told the  voters list contains over three hundred  names, If such is the ca.'ic that petition would  represent around 140 to 150 names olua  another 110 or so that were not on I he list.  I contacted the village office on June 18,  1976 and was told that the sewer bylaw was  going to a referendum. Now it seems they  have found some loop hole where they don't  have to go to a vote. I am told the government  does not feel there should be a referendum on  any project two mills or under was there for  projects when the majority supported them.  That was to save the taxpayers the expense of  having a referendum. We have a totally  different case here in Sechelt.  .  I have been to Qualicum Beach and had a  talk with them about sewers and what the  council of Sechelt is trying to do. They could  not give me much help as they have their case  in the hands of Vancouver lawyers at the  moment.  . I was also in Maple Bay on the Island and  had' a talk with the president of the  ratepayers group, who are also having  trouble with sewers, and they were shocked  when told the trouble we are having here in  Sechelt.  I have been told they are having trouble in  Saanich on the Island regarding sewers but  have been told the government has no money  for sewers. At the moment I have not checked  this out but will do so.  The council is trying to tell the people that  it will only cost them around $90 a year plus  $300 or $400 for a hook up.  What about all the people that built new  homes in the Seaside Village and have had to  pay around $900 for a proper septic tank and  drain field? This adds up to 10 year period at  $900 plus $400 plus $90 a year for a sewer and  arrive at a figure of around $220 per year  increase on taxes. After the ten years are up  you go back to paying the sewer rate set at  that time.  I hope the council will put this sewer  contract on the open market for bids.  It looks like the council wants to make  Sechelt a second Vancouver.  I am beginning to wonder who the mayor  of Sechelt is. Could his name be James or  maybe Van Egmond?  S. G. (Bud) Montgomery  R. R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  nsult to  intelligence  7 Editor, The Times  Sir: I and my wife went to Powell River  on the bus last Monday and after we were  aboard the ferry at Earls Cove we were told  everyone must get off (he bus and the bus is  locked for 40 minutes of the trip and the same  way on the return trip.  What are old people with heart trouble or  cripples supposed to do? Either thoy climb  Uie long flight of stairs or thoy must sit on the  ferry floor.  Can someone please tell me why? I think  it's an insult to Uie Intelligence of the public.  You pay for the seat and then can't use lt  for a third of the trip.  James Phillips  I've been trying to avoid the sewer controversy.  Ever since.the issue arose I've been  wrestling this column firmly onto other  topics.  I'd even blacked out the s, w and r on my.  typewriter to keep the word from cropping up  accidently.  So, you may be asking, being a bright sort  of person, why bring the subject up now? (I  hope you are asking yourself that, if you are  not, please do ask yourself that.)  I'll tell you why I'm bringing the subject  up now. I'm bringing the subject up now  because last, week, on July 21, the village  council of Sechelt decided to build sewers  without going to referendum.  I'm not arguing that sewers should or  should not be built. For all I know we may be  knee deep in invisible germs from Sechelt's  septic tanks. After all, most germs I'm  acquainted with like to keep a low profile and  I hardly expect to walk down the street, have,  a germ come up to me and say, "Hi, I'm  Terry Typhoid from your local septic tank."  I'm not even arguing with Council's  decision to build the sewer system without  referendum.  What I find really interesting are the  reasons for building without referendum,  especially the reason given by Tom Wood,  village clerk.  Mr. Wood said, quote, "From my point of  view there's lots of precedent for this sort of  thing.  "The provincial government boosted the  ICBC rates despite opposition, the federal  government abolished capital punishment in  spite of 80 per cent of the population retention,  the provincial government boosted ferry,  rates 100 percent despite a tremendous  amount of opposition.  "Lots of times, people in government go  against the wishes of the majority when they  feel it is in the best interest," he said.  From my point of view (about four feet,  eleven and a half inches) Mr. Wood has  something there. I hope it's not contagious.  Obviously  there   is  something   new  sneaking into the faltering democratic  By VALORIE LENNOX  process, government by precedent.  No more will. legislators have to check  , with the people to see what they want, all they  have to do is check for a precedent.  In Canada alone, aside from the examples  cited by Mr. Wood, we have precedents for  the wholesale uprooting and moving of people  because they are from the same racial group,  for the disenfranchisement of citizens on  racial grounds, for the tossing of people into  jail without warrents or reason for arrest and  for public drunkeness being declared an  emergency.  One doesn't have to- stop with the  provincial and federal governments of  Canada.  For example, I suspect Stalin's government by 'night and fog' terrorism did not  have the wholehearted support of the Russian  people. At least, I have never heard of a  referendum being held in Russia on the  subject, nor of any petition to have that form  - of government re-instated.  Heading back a little farther in a search  for useful precedents I find that the partition  of Poland was done without the consent of the  Polish people and in the best interest of  Prussia, Austria and Russia.  Examples of governments making  decisions without the consent of the people  are rife throughout history. No one asked the  french peasant if he wanted to repair the  roads, no one checked with the serf to see if he  would rather not belong to a lord and no one  took a vote among the Romans to see if they  ,  really wanted to fall to the barbarians.  At any rate government by precedent will  solve a lot of legislators' problems. After all,  as any lawyer knows, there is a precedent for  almost everything.  Pretty soon government will be able to  stop wasting all that time, effort and paper on  law-making andjust cite precedents.'"  Luckily there are also precedents for  people governed by govenments which have  stopped making laws with the people's  consent.  To the barricades citizens. Anarchy here  we come.  Composing a column is ordinarily no great  feat as no doubt many of you who read my  offerings are aware.  However, at this particular time of year  the little time off from work I enjoy is spent in  front of the television set watching the many  astounding athletic feats the Olympic Games  are11 producing.  ���'The participants, many of whom";* are'  young teenagers are shattering world records  with what seems to be consummate ease. As  for me, it takes the full allotted time for a  commercial to drag mayself to the  refrigerater for a fresh beer and be back in  time for the next event.  Watching all those kids perform sure  makes a feller feel old. Oh well, I bet I could  lick 'em at the grand old sport of armchair  sitting.  A LOCAL LADY provided me with a copy  of the following letter which was sent to the  editor of the Kootenay Miner.       '  Dear Sir:  As a gentleman and retired seafaring  man, I am grossly offended by the use of Ms.  by some of our modern ladies.  To me, Ms. will always stand for Motor  Ship, and you know what they are. They are  expensive to operate, always need painting;  they must have a competent master and first,  second and third mates. They require a lot of  men to handle, they also get oiled regularly  and in a storm they are sometimes very  difficult to manage.  Your's etc. .  Well, if I ever had any fans of the fair sex I  guess I've lost them now.  IT SEEMS from what I hear that a number  of local people are getting pretty browned off  at the long wait they are experiencing while  trying to get their lot or lots Inspected by the  Health authorities. It certainly must be  frustrating if a person wants to build and is  held up for weeks waiting for an Inspection. I  ferry  Editor, Peninsula Times  Sir: I nm tired of hearing about the Increased ferry fares. The controversy is a  result of attempts to place blame for higher  ferry rates on either Uie NDP or Social Credit  party where ln fact lt is Inflation, that disease  that lenves no economy untouched, Uint hos  Infected our ferry system.  I chose to live here and I think tlmt we are  very fortunate to live In such an area, I/it's be  more positive, count our blessings and get on  with making this u better place to live. After  all, we are all in the same boat (literally )nnd  no one has to remind mc how much I'm  paying for my ferry ticket.  J.D.WUleock  Madeira Park  onie facts  gas  Editor, The Times;  Sir:  Fact: Our wholesale price of gasoline ls  higher than retail price In Vancouver.  Fact: Our rotail price decreaacd approximately three (3) cents per gallon In  early spring while wholesale price remained  the same.  Fact: Our gross profit ln our last flscnl  year on petroleum products was 14.8 per cent.  Fact: Our gross profit In our last fiscal  year on parts and accessories was 11.5 per '  cent. Retail price on these items is Vancouver  price.  Fact: Our gross profit on petroleum  products bnrely covered the salaries of  personcll handling these products.  Fact: Our shop labour rate Is $6 to $11 less  Uinn automobile dealer rates In Vancouver.  Some comparisons ��� Coffee (25 mugs to  gallon at 30 cents) $7.50 per gallon; Rye  whiskey Cocktail lounge nt $1.00 $100.00 per  gallon; Rye whiskey cocktail lounge at $.85  $1.10.00 per gallon; Rye whiskey Liquor storo  (6 bottles) $42.00 per gallon; Milk by glass  $7.50 per gallon; Milk hy carton $2.50 to $.1.00  per gallon.  On�� Moscrip  Standard Motors of Sechelt  have been told this is frequently the case.  One man who was affected and was understandably bitter about it reckoned that the  only way a lot would be quickly inspected was  if it was flat and had four feet of soil on top of  it. Another man said he'd heard that the  Plumbing Inspec|ors were going to take over  thfe health inspecting. Whatever happens, this  "situation slioUIdv.ber^tifi^d as quickly a's  possible. I wonder how many people have  complaints on this subject?  TOOK BY BETTER half over to the  Pender Harbour secondary school to obtain  our commuter cards. The operation seems to  be run fairly efficiently by a lady who  otherwise seems rather cool and unsmiling.  Her poise was upset somewhat when after my  wife received her card she pointed out that  her address had been changed from Madeira  Park to Garden Bay. The lady recovered her  cool and the card was retyped and another'  picture taken.   .  I guess the lady was looking at two applications at the same time for I can't  imagine anyone looking at the words Madeira  Park and substituting Garden Bay. At the  time the error was pointed out the lady asked  ��� my wife if she hadn't written Garden Bay on  her card. I guess she figured she couldn't  have made a mistake, We all make mistakes  lady, and you are no exception, so don't feel  bad about it. There's a better day tomorrow.  Dear heart was not too unhappy for her  first picture was a bummer and she was  determined to do better the second time  around. She,did too so all's well that ends  well. ;.; yJ  My picture? Well, I sure didn't want to try  again. If it is any indication of what I look like  then the less pictures I have taken the better.  Mind you, there might be money in it.  I could rent my pictures out to mothers  who don't want their children accepting  candy or rides from strange men. One look  and the kids would be convinced for life. Only  my mother would love lt. Tliat is, if she  recognized it.  Gsaptis  schoo  A Vacation Bible School for children aged  five to twelve years will be held the first week  of August at the Bethel Baptist Church.  The church is located at the corner of  Mermaid and Truil Avenue.  Sessions will bo held each morning from.  9:30 to noon, commencing on Tuesday,  August 3, and continuing to Saturday, August  7,  The theme for this year Is, "In Christ we  Trust." Well-planned programmes consisting  of Bible stories, singing, games nnd other  activities will lie shared hy all attending.  A warm invitation Is extended to families  living in Sechelt Village and surrounding  Districts to join us at the Vacation Bible  School.  Transportation will be provided for those  children who need this help as n bus will l>e  available for tills purpose.In order to make  adequate arrangements for classes, we nre  requesting that you contact the teachers or  superintendent, as soon as |>os.slbl��.  Direct contact can be made by phoning  885-2903.  t Y      ./  y  r . .'  X ...'.  :..".������  The Peninsula Times . Page A-5  Wednesday, July 28,1976  Happenings around the Harbour  owns  The fire which destroyed Selma Park  General Store July 20 also knocked out most  of the local telephone lines between Madeira  Park and Roberts Creek.  A spokesman for B. C. Tel said service was  affected to about 500 subscribers in the area  when fire burned through the main telephone  lines adjacent the store site. ,  "Five cables were burned through," the  spokesmansaid, "andB.C. Tel crews from  the Sunshine Coast and the North Vancouver  district got to work as soon as possible on  them." ' '      ���  Firemen were still fighting the last of the  fire when the crewmen were .working on the  cables. They worked through until 5 a.m.  Wednesday morning on the cables, resplicing  all the wires involved.  "There were 600 pair of wires burned  through," the spokesman said, "so it would,  easily be said, that there were several  thousand splices made during the repair job.  In many cases it involved stripping the  burned wire back to a place where the color  coding could be identified."  Priority in the splicing went to the circuits  which served the Roberts , Creek Volunteer  Fire Department. "They were put back into  service by 10 a.m. Tuesday," the spokesman  said. The fire started about 6 a.m. Tuesday.  The repair work was done under the  supervision of Harold Estabrook, B. C. Tel's  plant supervisor on the Sunshine Coast and  Hersey Sewell, construction superintendent.  The outage did not affect long distance  dialing. It did however affect cablevision in  the area.  CHARRED POLE gives evidence of  intensity of Selma Park Store fire. Here  a B. C. Tel lineman works Tuesday  morning to get the local telephone lines  back in working order. The first lines  were repaired about 10 a.m. Tuesday.,  Crews worked through until 5 a.m.  Wednesday getting the lines operating.  Timesphoto  Gibsons council has rejected a plan by the  Elphinstone Aero Club to place two members  on the airport management committee..  At last week's council meeting, it was  decided not to go along with the request to  have two club members on the committee.  Alderman Jim Metzler told council that  Sechelt village council had turned down the  proposition from the club.  Alderman Metzler said once an airport  manager is established, that person will  serve on the airport committee along with the  representatives of the Sechelt and Gibsons  councils. The alderman said the manager  would be the club's direct contact with the  committee.  WHEN YOU GET SICK  When you are in need of a Doctor phone  883-2764.  At the present time, our new doctor, Dr.  Burnbaum is making house calls until the  equipment arrives for the new Health Centre.  By the time you read this maybehe will tie  in his office.. Bill Scoular said he had the  doctor give him a complete check-up and  found him very thorough and competent.  When he makes a call he is accompanied by  an efficient nurse practitioner.  The dentist's equipment is in Vancouver  waiting to be shipped up here along with the  other requirements for the Health Centre.  The approximate total of proceeds raised  from the recent "walk-a-thon" is near the  $2000 mark.  EFFICIENT VOLUNTEER  At the Pender Harbour High School where  the reduced ferry fare cards are being  processed is an ambitious young girl.  Ramona Kraft, who worked there on the first  day, was so good at her work Catherine  O'Ryan asked her if she would come in the  next day. Ramona volunteered to do it all  week.       _.  THE LIDDLE FAMILY  Gordon Liddle was one of 14 in his family.  Six brothers went overseas in the first World  War and one never returned. Gordon lost his  leg, one brother lost his left hand and another  brother lost his right eye. Others were  wounded and now there are only five boys left  in the family. Percy is the oldest, he is from  Windsor, Ontario. Gordon is next, then there  is Vernon from Bakersfield, California and  Lloyd from New Westminster, then Randall  from Toronto, Ontario.  The Liddle family had a reunion held at  the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112 hall.  Seventeen attended his' occasion which  was catered to by Mrs. Myrtle Page, who  cooked and served their dinner.  Those attending were the hosts Mr. and  Mrs. Gordon Liddle, Vernon and his wife  Pauline and their son and his wife Marty, also  Vernon's daughter, Eleanor and her husband  Victor, Mr. and Mrs. Liddle's niece from  Bangor, Ireland, son Jim and Eunice and  Doris Edwardson 883-2308  their sons, Gordon and Douglas.  HOSPITAL DERBY  It won't be long now before the Hospital  Fishing Derby is in full swing. The date is  July 31 and August 1. Top Prize is $100 for the  largest salmon and you can also participate  by just buying a ticketas there is a man's and  a woman's Floater Jacket to be raffled.  There are also numerous other fishing  derby prizes. To obtain your tickets, just go to  any of the resorts or the local shopping  center. The Ladies Auxiliary members are  also selling them.  AVON ANYONE?  If anyone is interested in purchasing any  Avon products, the new representative in the  Pender Harbour area is Mrs. Roxanna  Gibson who lives on Cochrane Road, Francis  Peninsula. Phone 883-2366.  TRAGIC ACCIDENT  Everyone in Pender Harbour was shocked  to hear that Tif fy Reid bad drowned. He was  well liked in the community, a commercial  fisherman, and also a good swimmer. He was  bom and educated in Pender Harbour and  had two lovely children, Wilfred and Theresa.  This has been a very sad year for his mother,  Mrs..Julia Reid, who lost'her husband six  months ago and now her son a few weeks ago.  Tiff y's ashes will be taken by boat to Cape  Caution and committed to the sea, as were his  father's. In this close knit community of  Pender Harbour those who have passed on  are never forgotten and so it will be with  Tiffy.  TIDBITS  The Pender Harbour Chevron Station still  remains Closed until Stan finds a buyer.  Mrs. Yvonne Sullivan and Mrs. Bobbi  Man: have been patients in St. Marys  Hospital.  Mrs. June Cashaback has her aunt, Mrs.  Ann Hewitt from England staying with her.  We also have Buttercrunch, Summer  Candies, Bridge Candies, Kiddy Pops,  Hazelnuts, French Crisp, watch our mini ads  for more Laura Second delectable offerings.  ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Gibsons Girls & Guys Salon  Seaside Plaza  Lower Gibsons  styled cuts ��� natural perms  Problem, tired hair?  We'll help  APPOINTMENTS PLEASE 886-2120  DREIIMEUJ  --,.. ��  Fact ory -Authoriied  885-2512 Sechelt  Vane 689-501$  B-2371  B-2471  v'YiviX>Ay'JkX&f-j'"..'A'.iX'n\ ';,  &&&__ ���__  225 HP I/O S/U Head, Camper Back, Trim Tabs.  SALE '16,995  225 HP I/O S/U Head, Camper Back, Blue.  sale$14,995  SPAGHETTI TANGLE of wire had to be Park Store July 20. Here a lineman  sorted out before full telephone service works on some of the thousands of  on the Sunshine Coast could be restored splices which were required to bring the  following the fire which destoyed Selma service back up to standard.  io You Want a Good Time?  then make sure you stop at the  JV-1901  V-2001  W*^  175 HP I/O Doluxo Unit Top Ladder, Red Hull  ���Fresh Fish  ���Shellfish  and now FISH TJ CHIPS  112:30-6*.30|  Dollcloua and mouthwatorlng lor you to oal whllo you shop a! llio  FLEA MARKET-AUG. 1  stop by, and make this v\ ��V     )W'  SEA CAVALCADE 4^ ^  a memorable one ' "   c  call us for details���886-7888  SALE  $7 QQC  12 p��#��>#<J  165 HP I/O Top, Ideal fishing unit.  SALE$8,750  ��1����<Fa  v. i  -&3  "i..-t  ^^ii^B9Ut���     '   ''' ��� -/2WL  nt  ����==#  T-l 500  ,/"*��,��-'">�����*���  140 HP I/O Doluxo Unit, Top loddor. Groon Hull  40 HP ELECTRIC JOHNSON Full Top, Front Covor.  sau* *2,995  0  IBSONS  886-2257 X-  ��� I  \  ^Ah^'XXlAiy.  X X  u       - .   ���> ,��� *. > >.,      Y -Y  ���V.-. \*v -^tv,"'*.v.*' J>lx: '  7 Y'" '<v-. "*"'' *'<* ���- > * ." ��� '*->  -   a\V     7 "-'"'Vs. **,     "'<    L    '  l 7 \ YY7*C  7 -. Y\^\  885-3258  ;I|sal:es||  ^rentals!  SlIaseII  ISER^IGEll  Office Supplies and Stationery  Filing Cabinets  Office Furniture  Typewriters ��� Adler, SCM, Olympia, Olivetti  Calculators ��� Adler, AAlida  Complete Stenographic Services  - Telephone Answering Service  ��� Gestetner Reproductions  ��� Electronic Stencil Cutting  ��� Rubber Stamps  SUNSHINE COAST residents travelling  through Horseshoe Bay recently got a  sneak preview of something which will  become a regular site in that area. The  new B.C. Ferry Queen of Coquitlam,  dwarfing even the present Nanaimo run,  ferries, was in it's berth at Horseshoe  Bay recently. The ferry has two car  decks, the top one of which will be loaded  at the same time as the lower deck by an  elevated ramp at the terminal. The ferry  also tested safety and life-saving  equipment while in the bay.  inspector  'not tough9  Sechelt village council accepted building  inspector Rod Taylor's resignation at their  July 21 meeting.  Taylor resigned because of continuing  building code infractions at Interfacial  Design's Seaside Village.  Commenting on Taylor's resignation  Alderman Frank Leitner said "Council  backed him up 100 per cent. He wasn't tough  enough. I was supposed to go down to Seaside  i Village with him on July 8. He phoned me up  and told me he'd just talked to Interfacial  Design and given them another chance."  The village council will be approaching the  regional board to see if the village can contract to share the regional district's building  inspector.  One person, Harvey Kirby, has already  applied for the building inspector's position.  PageA-Q  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 28,1976  CHELT   IraFFICE  Wharf Rd.  Sechelt  ERVICES  P.O. Box 883  has everything you need for your Chinese cooking  BAMBOO SHOOTS SOYA SAUCE WATER CHESTNUTS  PLUM SAUCE CHINESE MUSHROOMS  you'll find us on Wharf Rd., next to the  GOLDEN CITY RESTAURANT  CONCRETE FORI: RENTALS  for  it Basements  it Foundations  it Retaining Walls  FISHER FORM RENTALS  New location���Wharf Rd. [next to l&H Swanson]  885-2612       R.R. i Sechelt     885-2359  Hungry thieves broke into Ernie and  Gwen's Drive-in, Gibsons, sometime between  midnight and the morning of July 24.  Pie and other food items were taken.  Gibsons RCMP are investigating the  break-in.  Royal Canadian Mounted Police at Gibsons have received several, reports of lost  boats. They urge people to secure their boats  more carefully.  Sechelt RCMP are investigating a break-  in at Tyee Air, July 23.  A three horsepower Evinrude outboard  engine is at the Sechelt detachment waiting  for the owner to claim it. The engine was  found at Ruby Lake.  Ken DeVrie�� & Son LtcL  Floorcoveriiigs  Suppliers of accessories  for  ,  creative interior design.  Call our representative  Mr. Clark Miller at:  885-2923  GIBSONS  Surprise yourself I Have a  look at our wide selection.  888-7112  l  |       *  Put your message into 4,000  homes    (15,000     readers)    in  i       these   economical   spots.   Your  g       ad   is .always   there   for  quick  i  reference  anytime!  * Here's an economical way to  reach   4,000   homes   (15,000.  readers)  every   week.  Your  ad  waits patiently for ready reference  ....   anytime!  1  1  AUTOMOTIVE   SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  ���Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Madeira Park ���       Phone 883-2711  HOURS  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to  3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender: Monday-Thursday  10 a.m. lo 3 p.m.; Fridoy 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING LTD.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basomont* ��� Driveways ��� Soptlc Tanks  Stumps; - Ditch Lino*  Call (or a froo ostlmato anytime  TED DONLEY Ponder Harbour 803-2734  COAST BACKHOE and TRUCKING LTD.  ��� Controllod Blasting  ���Soptlc Tanks Installod  FULLY INSURED ��� FREE ESTIMATES  883-2274  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  Gonoral Building Contractors  All Work Guarantood  Phono 8852622  Box 7 3, Socholt, B.C.  P ft P Dovolopmonts Ltd.  CUSTOM HOMES ��� CUSTOM FRAMING  Ron Protock>, Box 487, Socholt  885-3583  AU WORK GUARANTEED  BUILDING PLANS  Building flans for Rosldunllal  Homos nnd Vacation Coltonos  VILLAGE PLAN SERVICE  Darr/I W. Rocovour  Box 1352, Socholi, B.C.  Phono 005-2952  Hwy.101  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  [the Plywood People]  ALL PLYWOOD:  Exotic and Construction  Panelling-Doors - Mouldings  Glues - Insulation.  ��� Gibsons��� 886-9221  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  [19711LTD. ���  "ALL BUILDING MATERIALS"  "READY-MIX"  "CONCRETE-GRAVEL"  "WESTWOOD HOMES"  "GENERAL PAINT"  886-2642 886-7833  Highway 101 ��� Gibsons  CABINETAAAKERS  ��� !���.!������       .11      Hill   I ���I���.I���     II   I        ���        II        M.I���   ���I!��� ���I������!���   I. HI   I J|M IM I  Phono 885-2594  G. S. McGRADY LTD.  CABINETMAKER  Custom Built Furniture  Kitchens - Vanities ��� Etc,  Box 1129, Socholt  CONTRACTORS  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  8869031  Dump Truck ��� Backhoo ��� Cat,'  Wator, Sowor, Dralnago Installation  ,, Land Cloaring  ��� FREE ESTIMATES  ELECTRICIANS  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE'1  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  INCE 1947  PHONE 885-2062  ��� ELECTRIC HEAT SPECIALISTS ���  Pender HarbouT  McCANN ELECTMC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential ��� Industrial ��� Commercial  All work guaranteed ��� Free estimates  Joe McCann, Box 157, Madeira Park  Phono 883-9913  STYRIA ELECTRIC LTD.  ��� Electrical Contractors  MADEIRA PARK  883-9213  L&H SWANSON LTD.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  '       All Your BuildinQ Noocla  Madolra Park Phono 003-2 505  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand ond Gravol ��� Backhoo  Ditching ��� Excavations    ,  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  085-9666,     Box 172,     Socholt, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  POR1 MELLON TO OLD'S COVE  Tol. 006-2938 or 885-9973  Commercial Containers Available  FLOORING-CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpots - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Konnott, salos managor  Phono 806-2765  GLASS  DRILLING  NEED A WATER WELL?  Trl-K Drilling Ltd.  Economical Rock Drilling a Specialty  Phon-> our Gibson*. og��nt  at 006-9308  or coll oi dlroct  at [1121 478-5064  mm*  ELECTRICIANS  D.W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  P.R. GLASS LTD.  All your fllau noods  * Windows, prime and conversion  Awnings, Storm Doors ft Windows  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono Colloct  483-3112  6770 Cranberry, Powoll Rlvor  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanno Allon, Proprietor  Export Hair Styling  INDUSTRIAL  SHANNON INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES LTD.  , Wholesale Steel ��� Fasteners ��� Cable  Logging Rigging ��� Hydraulic Hose  Pipe and Fittings ��� Chain and Accessories  Welding Supplies ��� Brake Lining  Tools and Misc.  885-3813 Box 1388. Sechelt  LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  &  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  * Landscape.Design * Nice lawns 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  MACHINE SHOPS  Cowrlo Stroot  Socholt  Phono  005-2018  HOTELS  Halfmoon Bay  005-3816  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  MndolraPork Phono 0B3-2377  Conventions, Dlnnors, Group Mootlnr-fi  'Waddings and Prlvoto Portion   Full Hotel FocllltUs  At tho Sign ol tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop-Arc and Acoty|eno Wolding  Steol Fabricatlng'MarineWays  Automotivo and Marino Repairs  Standard Marino Station  Phono 886*7721 Ros. 886-9956, 886-9326  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  (HughBalrd)  ' Custom & Marino Casting  Brass���Aluminum���Load  Manufacturer of Froos, Draw-knlvos, Adzes  Manufacturer of Machine Parts  Wolding  25 hour sorvlco  885-2523 or 885-2108  OPPOSITE SECHELT LEGION  MOVING & STORAGE  , , 1 ,  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storago  Packing Matorlals lor jalo  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada'* No, 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibson*  UPYOUR BLOCK  (and back again. That's  as far as you need to  walk to be a bit fitter  than you are now).  panmipacrian^"  Walk a M-ock.Todiiy.  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  ** Bonded Pest Control Services  call Paul M. 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APPLIANCES ��� HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  ROOFING  ROOFING  HOWE SOUND ROOFING  & SEAMLESS GUTTERS  tar & gravel, asphalt shingles,  shakes and 5" seamless gutters  ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE ���  [112] 898-9323  General Delivery  Squamish  BILL BLACK ROOFING LTD.  Durold Shlnglos ��� Tar & Gravol  Now Roof or Ro-Roor  GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP  0 YEARS EXPERIENCE  Box 281, Gibsons 006-7320  ROOFING  RELIABLE ROOFING  Tar & Gravol  Durold * Shakos  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 1105.3545  nox 30, R.IUIl, Socholt  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons ��� Ph.N886-7525  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharl Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625    . Home 885-9581  Roy and Wagonaar  D.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marino Building ��� Wharl Stroot  ,   Box 609-Socholt, B.C.  885-2332   TIRES    COASTAL TIRES  Sunshlno Cooit Highway  Dox 13, Gibsons, D.C. ��� Phono 086-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands avallablo  Monday to Saturday 0,30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday ovonlng by appointment only  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  Comploto Troo Sorvlco  Prompt, GuorantoOd, Insured Work  Piicos You Con Trust  Phono J, RI5BEY, 808-2109  T.V. and RADIO  J & C ELECTRONICS  PHILCO FORD SALES & SIRVICE  wn service nil brands.  BB52568  ocro*,s Irom tho Rod �� While  SECHILT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL      ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DRALERS  IN IMF HEAR! Or DOWNTOWN SI.CHf t I  Box 799, Sot hell       ('lion-- 0ftf>-*>nt6  ClOSf DON MONDAYS  I  on im  k ' .• •>
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olicing 'a community responsibilit
"Policing isn't only a police responsibility," says Sergeant Ron Nicholas, new
head of the Gibson's RCMP detachment, "It's
a community responsibility as well."
Nicholas, who transferred to Gibsons from
North Vancouver July 16, is an advocate of
crime prevention.
"I'm a real promoter of crime prevention
in the community," he explains, "That's one
thing I hope to bring to this community.
"Of course," he adds, "that doesn't mean
we will be neglecting the enforcement! intend
to continue, if not upgrade, the enforcement
role of policing, but my concentration will be
on the prevention field."
Working towards crime prevention will
mean a great deal of commuity work for the
Gibson's detachment, Nicholas explains, and
also involving the community in crime
"You have to let the people know and you
have to get them involved," Nicholas said.
Preventive policing includes identifying a
community problem and working to solve it
before the law is broken.
"For example," Nicholas suggests, "If
youth and liquor is a problem you put more
control on the liquor outlets and try to provide
some other form of entertainment for the
young people."
"Or if the community has a large number
of break-ins you encourage the people to
mark items in their homes with their social
insurance number and encourage merchants
to improve the lighting in their stores."
Nicholas also believes in going into the
schools and explaining the law and the
policeman's role to the students.
.iWHe feels his approach to the schools is,
unorthodox. "I don't show up with a prearranged lecture," he explains. "I go in, sit
down, and invite, the students to ask
questions. You'd be amazed by how many
questions they have. That way the children
find out what they want to know."
Aside from setting up good communication between the students and the
police, Nicholas finds his method has another
advantage. "It's learning experience for both
the children and the policeman," he said.
"The children's questions often point up a
problem in the community."
Nicholas' previous postings have included
North Vancouver, Nanaimo, Campbell River,
Abbotsford and Sudbury and Ottawa, Ontario. He took his training in Rockcliffe,
Nicholas is married and has seven
children. His wife, Mary, and children Bobby,
Alison, Celine, Jimmy, Paul, Michael and
Tina will be joining him in Gibsons before the
start of the school term in September.
Nicholas enjoys hunting and fishing and
his wife coaches softball. Aside from that, he
explains, "with all those kids, the wife and I
are kept busy just trucking them around."
"I'm really happy to be out here in Gibsons," Nicholas concludes, "My style is
policing in smaller centres. I prefer this type
of policing."
Constable Ed Teichreb, from Burnaby,
and Constable L. K. Loden from Pemberton
have also joined the Gibsons detachment.
Constable Dave Kristoff, formerly
stationed in Sechelt, has also transferred to
eninsula /4me&
Section B
Wednesday, July 28,1976
Pages 1-8
SGT. RON NICHOLAS, new head of the
Gibson's RCMP detachment, is a strong
advocate of crime prevention. According to him "policing is a community
Thomas Herbert Stanway was fined $350 in
provincial court July 21 for impaired driving.
Crown counsel Hugh McCallum told the
court that Stanway was stopped by police on
July 7 at 5:50 p.m. while driving along the
East Porpoise Bay road.
Stanway was stopped as his car resembled
one police were looking for in connection with
a traffic infraction, court was told.
Stanway had a breathalyzer reading of .19
per cent.
Noting that Stanway had been uncooperative with the police crown counsel asked
the court "to impress upon Stanway the
importance of proper behavior when dealing
with police officers''.
Judge Walker agreed, adding, "I must
also impress upon you the incidents of accidents involving young people and
Judge Walker will also recommend to the
superintendent of motor vehicales that
Stanway's license be suspended for three
Michael John Laidlaw was fined $350 for
impaired driving after an incident July 5.
Crown Counsel Hugh McCallum explained
that Laidlaw had hit a parked vehicle while
leaving the parking lot of the Wakefield Inn at
11:45 p.m. July 5.
Laidlaw was stopped by police at 12:30
a.m. July 6. A breathalyzer test showed a
reading of .17 per cent.
Objecting to Laidlaw's explanation that he
had only had a few drinks Judge Walker said
"This is not a few drinks; you were on a
In imposing the fine Judge Walker added,
"Pm taking into account that you were cooperative with the"police."..'
Jakob Klausen was fined $350 for impaired
A fine of $300 was imposed on Joseph Dine
Gareau for impaired driving.
John Kruse was given a conditional
discharge on a charge of common assault.
Crown Counsel Hugh McCallum told the
court that Kruse assaulted Lome Anger in the
Peninsula Hotel March 11.
Kruse's defense Lawyer John Rosenbloom
explained that there had been a disagreement
for some months between Anger and' the
Kruse family.
Judge Walker said he realized there was
strain between the families but warned Kruse
"You can't take the law into your hands."
Conditions of Kruse's discharge are that
he not enter any licensed premises on the
peninsula for six months, that he write an
apology to Lome Anger and that he not have
contact with any member of the Anger
Kruse will also have to undergo general
supervision from a probation officer.
John A. Thompson was fined $50 on two
counts of failing to file an income tax return.
A $35 fine was imposed on a Sunshine
Coast resident for not having a draw-bar on
his vehicle.
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Phone 883-  9978. 12648-tfn  PHOTOGRAPHS   published   in  The Peninsula Tunes can be  ordered for your own use at The  Times office. 1473-tf  COME IN TO J&C Electronics  for your free Radio Shack  catalogue. 1327-tfn  Help Wanted   AVON  To buy or sell. CaU 885-2183 or  886-9166.  1545-tfn  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  pender harbour realty ltd  on highway 101 atfrancis peninsula road  HARBOUR MOTORS ���    Here's a fine business for an  experienced bodyman wishing to locate in'this area. Facilities include  gas station, service bays and body repair sho.p. A 3 bedroom house is  included.  Presently  snowing  good  return  and  steadily  improving.  Offered at $135,000.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31, 1975  Gross Circulation 4925  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.  Birth Notices,  Coming Events  take  regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs    must   be   paid   for    In  advanco by Saturday, 5 p.m.  Subscription Rates:  By Mall:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  U.S.A $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Single Copies ,. 15c ea.  MODERN HOME ��� Needs some finishing, 11 50 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.  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.  Help Wanted  Work Wanted  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.  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.  ACREAGE:   7   acres  on   Highway   101.   Has ^potential  commercial or subdivision possibilities. F.P. $35,000.  CARPET LAYER req. for small  home project. Ph. 885-  3985. 1585-tfn  EXPERIENCED   waitress.  Parthenon Restaurant. Ph. 885-  9769. * 1603-35  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?'  CaU:  Mrs. S. Anderson  Mrs. H.Phillips  339-5856  885-2183  1391-tfn  BRAND NEW: 2 bedroom, full basement home in Garden  Bay. Within a stone's throw of marinas, shops, etc. Full price just  $47,500.  PHONE 883-2794  John Breen Jock Hermon  883-9978     �� insurance ��      883-2745  EXP. GRAPPLE operator req.  for Manitowoc 2300 log loader.  (In exl. cond, all air, elevated  cab, etc.) Apply Jackson Bros.  Logging Co. Ltd., Wilson Creek,  RR1, Sechelt, B.C. Ph. 885-  2228. 1702-35  GIBSONS SCHOOL of Theatre  Dance requires a part-time ,  teacher of tap dancing to commence October. Reply stating  qualifications and experience to  Mrs. C.J. 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Ph. 883-2227.       1600-35  DUMP   TRUCK   and  backhoe  available. Ph. Phil Nicholson  885-2110 or 885-2515. 55tfn  ^*SSS~T5  Obituary  Real Estate, Land Developments, New Homes  Vancouver Direct Line    685-5544    Office 885-2241  REDROOFFS AREA 1 /2 acre and larger lots, nicely treed, park-like setting, serviced from $ 10,500. Call Ed  Baker.  SANDY HOOK AREA two serviced view lots. Try your down payment. Owner will carry Agreement for  Sale. F.P. $10,500. Call Ed Baker.  COME AND SEE THE VIEW Several lots from $13,900 on Laurel and Greer Avenues in Davis Bay. Call Len  Van Egmond.  SECRET COVE. Large lots now being offered, nicely troed, close to beach and marina. From only $7,900,  Call Suzanne Van Egmond,  SANDY HOOK, Beautifully trood, elevated waterfront lot ovorlooklng sparkling Socholt Inlot. This lot Is  sorvlcod with wator and hydro and easily accessible from tho road, F.P. $28,500. Call Suo Pate, ,  65' WATERFRONT LOT with something for ovoryono. Solid rock to build your dream houso on. Natural  terraced rock, sundock at water's edge, Stops to protoctod summor moorago or pavod boat launch. All  services In. F.P. $32,000, Call Davo Roborts.  REDROOFFS AREA ������ FRANCIS ROAD 1 1/2 acres, 100x660' trood proporty. Lovbl to road, Vondor  asking $14,500 and will consldor any roasonablo torms, Your down paymont may bo tha ono. R2 zoning.  Call Sue Pato,  00' x 280' = $9,900,00 Just roducod to soil, Zonod R2 (trallors) on roglonal wator and powor, In  Rodrooffs aroa, Will go quickly at this prlco. Call Davo Roborts.  IHQMESI  SANDY HOOK Beautiful vlow of Inlot. 3 bdrms, w/w throughout, full basomont, 2 flroplacos, carport ft  sundock, Locolod on Doorhorn Drlvo. Asking $49,700; ownor will carry Agroomont at 11 % Inlorost, Call  Ed Oakor,    '  SELMA PARK VIEW 4 bdrms, 2 on main lloor ft 2 In good dry basomont: Living ft dining rooms havo w/w,  Attraetlvo kltchon with dlshwashor. Panoramic vlow from largo sundock. Largo frontago lot with gardon  ft fruit troos, Many othor loaturos Including cablovislbn, Donnor Road. Sign on proporty, Call Ed Bakor,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME On 1 /2 ocro, This largo custom lamlly homo has ovorylhlng Including a pool tablo  In tho fully I Inlshocl rocroatlon ropm. Two bdrms up and ono down, Lovoly stono flroplaco, Call Suo Pato.  HIGHWAY 101 WEST SECHELT, lorgo 2 storoy, 4 bodroom homo sultablo for 1 or 2 famlllos, 2 sundocks,  largo landscapod lot, I lilts Is a lino houso lor a largo family or possibly rovonuo. F.P, $48,000, Call one of  our sales stall lor moro Information,  GIBSONS WATERFRONT Catch a salmon from your sundock I ExocutM stylo homo on Iho bluff. Hugo  living room, roc room, mastor bdrm has lull bath, Loads ol parking, all pavod, Prlcod In mid 90's, Call  Davo Rubor In, ,,  ��y.y ,�����,,...,������....... j. f ijr^i I a I ***MMI dk-f"'CT^-'?!n!-"'e ^v-l  SERVICE STATION ft COFFEE SHOP IN HALFMOON BAY, a good business. Only $45,000 Includes buslnoss,  oqi-ip-nonl and proporly, Call Lon Van Lomond,  LADIES CLOTHING Tho llnn'nclnl nlalomonls loll Iho sloryl'Tnko tlmo to look ovor this unique* op-  portunily lor' *nii*nn**o wllh initiative who ran handle two busy locations, (Socholt and Gibsons) ('resent  nwnoi l*i lotltlnr|, Coll Dtivo Roborls |or nil Info,  DI'VIIOI'MI'N'I ACRI'-AGI !�� onus (glvo or lako) In Iho Villcif)��. Pmbabln viow o( Socholt Inlot nltor  -.olofilvodoailiH), Hoods tol-nth onds; wnlor nnd power lo ono ond, Build 660' ol road find rroolo 20 lots  (66 x 1.17' .inch)! |".l\ $.1(1,900, ?.1% down Will hnndlo, Call Pnvn Roborls,  IAKI A GOOD IOOK, r*<<tl|<-nl Invotlmonl In till* 4 3 lovol truod ocroogi* with o vlowl Coinoi Sandy  I look R.I nml r>i>< holt Inlnl Rd, Nol In 111" land lroo/o. Subdivision a snap. 1.1', $39,500. Coll Suo Pato.  - FREE CATALOGUE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST -  Sue Pate     Dave Roberts     Len/Suzanne Van Egmond      Ed Baker  885-2436    885-2973  TROTT: On July 24, 1976, John  .Rundle Trott of 1219 Skyline  Drive, Gibsons. Survived by his  loving wife Lila, one son David in  Toronto;  one daughter Mrs.  Jocelyn Schwartz in Toronto; ���  three brothers, Bill in Winnipeg,  Edison in Ottawa and Doug in.  Toronto; one sister Mrs. Julie *  Tobias in Calgary; his mother  Mrs. Edna Trott in Ottawa and  five grandchildren. Memorial 1  service was held Tuesday, July  27 3 p.m. from Simmons and  McBnde, Vancouver. Harvey  Funeral     Home,     Gibsons,  directors.  In lieu of  flowers,  donations  to  charity  of your  choice. 1739-35  Card of Thanks  ' WE WOULD like to express our  sincere   thanks   and   ap-,  preciation for the many beautiful  cards and kindnesses shown to us  during our recent bereavement.,  Also thanks to RCMP, the Pender  Harbour Volunteer Fire Dept.  and    all    who    gave    their  assistance. A special thank you to ,  Rev. Godkin for his comforting  words,  Sincerely,  The  Reid  Family.     1701-35  WE WISH to thank our friends  and neighbours for their kindness and sympathy at the death  of our beloved husband and  father Jack Macleod. A special  thanks to Rev. Godkin, Bert Sim  and tho Ladles of the Eastern  Star who were so very helpful  Thanks to all. Gulllc Macleod and  family. 1719-35  In Memoriam  DONATIONS to the 'Canadian  Cancer Society aro gratefully  acknowledged and will be  devoted solely to Cancer  Research. Donations should bo  addressed to the Canadian  Cancer Society, c-o Mrs. A.J.  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To  view call IM13-2709, 291-1G4V.,.  041-5451. 1163-trn  -SECHELT ��� 2,355+ sq ft 4 bdrm homo on one level, built 1965, plus  one bdrm suite. 4 car carport & 588 sq ft heated workshop. Small guest  cottage. Located on 3.(fcp acres of beautiful, level, park-like land on  the Sechelt Inlet Rd., approx one mile, from Sechelt. A" very nice  property, $130,0007  IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2 bdrm home with an excellent view over Leef  Bay. W/W carpets, sundeck. Range and fridge included. Close to  marina and gov't wharf. $34,900.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 bdrm home, built 1974, on Harbour View Road.  Approx. 1,176 sq ft, 2 full bathrooms, W/W, white marble fireplace in  "living room,"dining room, dishwasher, countertop range, built-in oven  in kitchen; carport, sundeck, 3/4 basement. Very nice home situated  close to stores, marinas & post office. $55,000.  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.  RONDEVIEW ROAD, FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� brand new 3 bdrm family  home. Master bdrm ensuite, stone faced fireplace, 1056sqft+on both  main'and lower floors, partial basement, carport & sundeck. $58,000.  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 aver 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 ���1500 square foot home, built 1963. 4 bdrm. kitchen  with built-in range and stove, large living room, dining room. Carport in  partial basement. Oil furnace. Large lot ��� landscaped and In grass.  $41,500. "'   DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME ��� RUBY LAKE ��� 24 x 60' Safeway. 3  bdrm and family room, master bdrm ensuite. Located at Ruby Lake  Resort. Immaculate year-round or summer home at a reasonable price.  $23,500.  ;  ,.  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 sq ft +_ built 1975. Landscaped, dbl garage, large sundeck & view  over harbour. House is well constructed and nicely decorated. $79,000.  EGMONT ��� 2,bdrm home, 790 sq ft+_, enclosed porch. On 1/2 acre +  lot, close to Egmont Marina. $31,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� brand new cedar home with 2160 sqft of  living area on two levels. 2 bdrm on main level and 3rd bdrm in lower  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 storos, marinas and P.O.' $10,000.  1 WATERFRONT HOftrlES I  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2 BR home with partial basement on 300 ft, ��  watorfront. Swooping view of flarbour entrance, Islands & Gulf, Good  gardon aroa.no stairs? to climb and privacy. $ 140,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING - 3 BR home on 237 ft �� watorfront lot, approx  1/2 aero, with panoramic vlow of Strolls and Harbour  ontranco. Houso Is designed for outdoor living with 1744 sq ftrfc, of  sundock on 3 lovols, Plus family room and off Ice/don, $115,000  HALFMOON BAY ~- Ono BR furnlshod homo, remodelled 1970, with  flroplaco, sundock and a boautlful vlow on a small watorfront lol vory  closo to Gov't wharf, storo and P.6, $46,000,  HALFMOON BAY ��� 61 ft cholco boach watorfront with 2 bdnft quality  built codar homo, 1017 sq ft, now 1975, 3/4 basomont, Stop out tho  door right onto Iho boach, An oxcoptlohally good buy for $05,000,  4 MILE POINT, SANDY HOOK ��� 111 ft-fc watorfront with attractive,  woll constructed 3 bdrm homo on 3 lovols, built 1975. 3,392 sq ft of  living aroa plus basomont aroa with sauna and change room, Many  oxlras Including family room, rooftop patio, sundock on all 3 lovols,  $132,000.  I   WATERFRONT LOTS   |  1, GARDEN BAY 290 ft-fc watorfront with sholtorod moorago,  drlvoway In, Approx. 2 acros, $70,000,  2, GERRANS BAY- 100 fI + watorfront wllh 100' frontago on Francis  Ponlnsula Rood, Drlvowoy, soptlc tank, wator lino and oloctrlclty all In  $34,000, ,  3, REDROOFFS ROAD 1,5*1; ocro lot, oxco|lont Gulf vlow. 100�� cliff  wnloifrontago, $10,900,  4, GARDEN HAY ESTATES "l.ot 31, npprox 00' wotorlronl, southern  oxposuro, Doop sholtorod moorage, $39,000,  '5, GUNBOAT BAY       noar Madolra Park, Lol D has 75'�� low bank  wtitorli onl, lovol ft grassy. Soptlc tank ft drain Hold In. $35,000.  tX,  SAKINAW LAKE      120 ft-J; watorlront lol, Iqlrly lovol, oasy to build  on, opprox 2/3 ocro, Woslorly oxposuro, flood sholtorod moorago,  $111,000.  7. MADEIRA PARK - 05+ It, wntorfront, 1,36 acros In Madolra Park,  on Hwy. 101. $20,000,  0, REDROOFFS Approx 3/4 ncro lovol Irood lol with 75'-f. Moll W/F,  Poi-OKimlr vlow, Soptlc approvod, $17,900,  9. SECRET COVE      1/2 aero + lol with 00 It+. (loop watorfront, Float,  ramp, nnd 12 It Shasta trallor Includod, $30,000,  ISLAND  SUTTON ISLAND, Frjmont boautilul trood timoll Island, 1.7 euros ���]���  wllh booth and sholtorod covo, locolod dlroetly In Ironl of iho E(jmont  Mniina. Asking $-10,500,  'MT SLADEY  Ron. 003.9019  DAN WILEY  Ros. 003-9149  ACREAGE  1. RUBY LAKE ��� 2 1/4 acres+. view property, driveway in, building  site cleared. $19,000.  2. SILVER SANDS ��� 4 acres �� of Gulf view property with small cottage and 2 mobile homes (12 x 60 & 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.  -Approx. 20 acres of fairly level land with approx. 10  $42,000.  5. KLEINDALE ���  acres cleared.  6. GARDEN BAY ROAD ��� 2.33 acres fairly level land with good garden  .orea. creek and 3 BR newly decorated home with W/W and sundeck.  $49,900.  7. IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2.87 acres level land overlooking entrance to  ���Pender Harbour, across road from public access to waterfront.  $42,000.  8. KLEINDALE ��� 5 acres j+fronting on Hwy 101. $25,000.  9. MADEIRA PARK ���.3 1/2 acres of park-like lond 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.  I REVENUE PR0PERTIES|  TRINCOMALI MARINA ��� 2.21 acres in Madeira Park with 180' good  waterfront ��� good gravel beach, boat launching ramp, floats, boat  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 store, 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 floats, Standard Oil dealership, owners 2 BR  home. $240,000. plus cash for stock in trade.  LOTS  . 1. NARROWS ROAD ��� Good bldg lots, $9,000 8 $9,500.      ..  2. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots, most with view, close to school,  stores, P.O. & marinas. $10,000-$22,000.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Rondeview Road. Two nice bldg lots, serviced with water a hydro. $9,200 & $10,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ���1 l/2�� orrm. 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.  12. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3 treed, parklike, fairly level  lots on  Cameron Road. $13,500 each.  WATERFRONT 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 ��� 2 parcels, oach with an undivided 1/24th interest  in D.L. 3839, 375 ft�� waterfront, 5 acres-t, southwest exposure, boat  or piano access, $24,000 ft $26,000.  WESTMERE BAY ��� NELSON ISLAND ��� A unique 40 acre proporty with  both sea front and lake front, 1500 ft�� good sheltered waterfront In  Westmere Bay and 200 f|�� lakofront on West Lake. Improvements  consist of a good 3 bdrm homo, 2 summer cottages, floats and Jeep  road to West Lake, Full price $160,000.  jAd|olnlng 4.8 acres with 1200 ft,+ , waterfront could bo purchasod  "In con|unctlon with tho above proporty for $40,000,'  EARL COVE ��� 1800 ft. �� good watorfront on approx. 42 acros. 3 BR  furnished homo, creek, access from Egmont Rd, $225,000,  EGMONT.��� 562 ft.+. good watorfront on 4 3/4 acros + with nlco 2  bdrm doublo wldo mobllo homo fi,  addition wllh   3rd  bdrm,   2nd,  bathroom & utility room. Road accoss from Maplo Road. $125,000,  AGAMMEMNON BAY ��� 200 ft + watorfront with 5.11 acros ad|acont  to Jorvls Vlow Marina. Spoctacular vlow up Jorvls Inlot and fishing on  your doorstop. $60,000.  GARDEN BAY -~ 3 }/2�� acros   with   500 ft+_ sholtorod watorfront.  A vory nlco parcol, $122,500,  f LAKEFRONT PROPERTIESf  SAKINAW LAKE ~- 165 ||_t lakofront, 6.3 acros+_ with small cottago,  Excollont trood proporty wllh sholtorod bay, $50,000.  SAKINAW LAKE - 107 It lakolront lot wllh comfortable summor  cottago, Franklin llroploco, largo sundock on 2 sides, Rango, frldgo,  somo lumlluro, float ft 16 lt�� sailboat Includod. $30,000,  HOTEL  LAKE 730  lt.+   cholco   lakofront,   3   bdrm   homo,   full'  bosomont, roc room, 2 llroplacos, 2 full bathrooms, hoi walor hoat,  somo furnlturo, float 8, 2 boats, Sltuatod on opprox 2 1 /2 acros of trood  park-llko land, $74,000,  PAQ LAKE, MADEIRA PARK       3,77 acros, wllh 406 fl  + lakofront.  , Possibility ol subdividing to opprox 11 lots, Hydro 8, wator nvnllnblo,  $65,000,  - ���  ���     ���  RUBY LAKE - 120 ocro��:fc o| oxcollont land, 400' wotorlronl on Ruby  Lako, 2,600 ll.�� watorlront on lagoon. 2 housos, prosontly rontod k  trallor apneas, $160,000,  SAKINAW LAKE DL 4696, containing 165 ncros *fc, with npprox 4040  Mt o| oxcollont wntorfront, Accoss by |oop rond Irom Gardon Hay Road,  $390,000.  SAKINAW LAKE 3230 K+. cholco wnlmlront, 32+ nrros with 2  summor homos, lloois, $205,000,  SAKINAW LAKE 57.5ncros j-, wllh 3,500 li+ i>ho||oroil wn|orlronl. 2  summor (otlago-, wllh luilhrooins, 2 docks, wnlor occoss only,  $200,000,  5AKINAW LAKE 000'-j- lakolront wllh dock, naii'l hooch, Soulhorly  oxposuro. 043 sq It 3 bdrm furnlshod cottofjo wllh J |>li>co ball-room.  Full prlco $60,000, Ownor will llnnnco, (  SAKINAW LAKE 2 hwlroom lurnlshod collnflo, guost robin on 1.34  ocro* loosod lond with approx. 175' ���|-��H-h��-I waledront, $16,900.  DON LOCK  Ros. 003-2526  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  003-2233  fft. 7  77  y  -y  ^  -Y  7^  A  Real Estate  Real Estate  For Rent  Wanted to Rent  Mobile Homes  / Mobile Homes  Wednesday, July 28,1976     The Peninsula Times   PageB-3  /  BUILDERS AND BUYERS  INVESTORS ��� y  Jumbo building lot, fully serviced  and ready to go ��� 72 x 190 and  located on Winn Rd., terrific view  of Gibsons and' water. Owners  ask $14,900.  BRIAN MELUS  929-3037  SAXTONRLTY.  929-3416  1599-35  NEWJ BDRM home, 1304 sq. ft.  inc. storage, util., 1%, bath,  walk in closet, carpet throughout,  14' x 24' carport. Quiet  residential area off Pratt Rd.,  $44,900. For viewing Ph. 886-7207  or 886-2947. 1608-35  SELMA PARK: $45,900, Anna  Rd., modern 1260 sq. ft. Mstr  enste, 2 FP, 2 sundecks, 2 kitch.  Shake roof, lrge view lot. Ross  Gamble, Block Bros. Ph. 321-  6881,274-5017. 1590-36  ' FORSTARTERS  two bdrm beginner at 1248  Headlands R. Sunny yard with  fruit trees, minutes from shopping & school. $31,900. Try your  offer.  BRIAN MELLIS  929-3037  SAXTONRLTY 929-3416  1707-37  A NEW Datsun F10 free with the  Spanish hse Radcliffe Rd,  Selma Pk. 2,200 sq. ft. of the most  elegant living on the coast. If  bought before Aug. 30, $82,500.  Ph. 885-2903,266-6671.        1614-35  SOON TO be constructed, 1,300  sq. ft. W-w, two FP, full bsmt.  Dble glass leaded windows, dble  . plumbing, carport, on large lot on  Redcliffe Rd. Price approx.  $49,500. Ph. 885-3773. 1665-36  BRAND NEW  3 bdrm contemporary, 4 miles  from Sechelt. Fantastic view,  $350 per mo. Ph. 885-2837 after 5.  1725-35  3 BDRM home on 67' good wf in  W. Sechelt, Also view lot. Ph.  885-9796. 1618-35  ACREAGE  near Lockyer  Rd.  Roberts Creek. Ph. 885-3470.  1689-37  RESIDENTIAL     serv.     lot  60' x 150* close to town. Cor.  Trail  and   W.   Porpoise   Rd.,  $12,500. Ph. eves 253-2502. 1697-40  BRANDNEW  3 bdrm contemporary, 4 miles  from Sechelt. Fantastic view,  $10,000 dwn, bal by agreement for  sale. Ph. 885-2837 after 5.  1726-35  115' WATERFRQNT.  Magnificent view. From the  modern two story home of 1,600  sq. ft., 2 full baths, large separate  hobby shop, service incl. Cable.  $85,000 f.p. Ph. 885-3737.     1680-36  FRANKLIN Rd., Gibsons, 3  bdrm semi WF, 1,150 sq. ft.,  FP, landscaped. Ph. 886- ^  7317. .    1730-37  FORSALE  GOWER PT.RD.  Almost new 3 bdrm family home-  on % acre lot with beautiful view  across Georgia Strait. 1,280 sq. ft.  with full bsmt. All elec heat.  Feature FP, mstr bedrm enste,  w-w carpet throughout, $65,000.  Ph. 886-9086.    1733-35  DAVIS RD: 3 bdrm hse on slab.  Utility rm, good size kitchen,  dr & lr area. Nice location close  to school and stores, 1,270 sq. ft. 3  yrs. old. Newly decorated,  $39,500. . 1737-35  CRUIL RD: 1,000 sq. ft. hse with  full bsmt, 2 bdrm upstairs,  . finished rec. rm, 1 bdrm in bsmt.  38'xl2' sundeck with sundeck  carport facing a million dollar  view of Keats Island and Georgia  Str.FP $48,000. 1736-35  For Rent  WEST SECHELT waterfront.  Sept. thru June. Furn 2 storey,  4 bdrm, 1% bathrms, auto heat.  $400 mo. Ph. 885-3654.       1577-tfn  PARKLIKE setting, year round  lodging from $110 mo. 2-1  bdrm furn cabins. Pender  Harbour area. Ph. 883-9027. 1531-  tfn '    ���   NOW RENTING space on 2nd fir.  of Twilight Theatre. Ph. 886-  2827.    -~     1445-tfn  REDROOFS   furn.   summer  1   cabin. 3 bdrm, indoor plumb,  ocean view, beach access. Ph.  885-9591. >, 1620-35  SECHELT close in. 1 bdrm furn..  ste. Working lady preferred.  Ph. 883-2752.        ��*- 1634-35  HALL FOR RENT, Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.     Contact  Bonnie Wigard, 885-9403.11121-tfn,  INDUSTRIAL SHOP  COMMERCIAL  ���Sechelt Core Area  ���1000 sq. ft. more or less  ���loading door  Rent negotiable  for right tenant .  HURRY 885-9979  1591-35  MAPLE Crescent Apartments.  1662 ��� School   Rd.   Gibsons.  Suites,  heat,   cable  included.  Reasonable, apply Apt.  103A. 11798-tfn  YR. ROUND rental in Davis Bay.  Older 2 bdrm home, fp, across  rd from beach, treed. Clse to  store. Ideal for older cple or  single. Prefer handyman, $200.  . Ref. Ph. 435-8665 after 5.    1698-35  SECHELT WF furn. 4 bdrm, 2  bath, Sept.-June, $400 per mo.  Ph. 885-3985. 1701-tfn  2 BDRM WF ctge, Selma Pk,  furn. avail Sept. 1, $230 per mo.  Ph. 885-9839. 1703-35  FURN. 2 BDRM home Selma Pk.  avail Sept-June. Non smokers  preferred. (112) 225-0245.   1732-37  SINGLE MAN'S rm with kitchen  facilities, WF, clean. Priv. ent.  Ph. 885-9538. 1734-35  Wanted to Rent  QUIET working couple requires  house between Wilson Creek  and Redrooffs for Aug. 1st onwards. References available. Ph.  885-2465 after 5. 1602-35  RELIABLE woodwork teacher  (wife and well-behaved dog)  desires to caretake-rent summer  home Sept.-June, South Peninsula. Willing to do repair work.  Refs avail. Reply Box 1556, c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt. B.C. 1556-35  4 BDRM HOME between Pender  Harbour to Gibsons. Secluded  area. Ph. (112) 485-5635.    1706-37  SEPT. 1 BSMT ste, duplex or  ,   small hse in Gibsons area. Up  to $200 per mo. Ph. 886-2201, 9-5,  after 5.886-7988. 1713-35  UNFURNISHED accommodation for one, quiet,  retired. Sechelt to Pender. Ph.  886-7300 or write Box 1718 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt. 1718-35  RELIABLE cple wishes to rent 2  or 3 bdrm home in Sechelt  area. Ph. 883-9273. 1596-35  Wanted to Buy  SMALL ALUM, boat with small  motor in good cond. Ph. 885-  2551. 1661-34  MOVING-MUJ5TSELL  Deluxe 1974 3 bdrm Gendall Nor-  Wester with extra large.living  room. Set up in RL & B Mobile  Home Park, Madeira Park. Close  to school, stores & marinas.  OLLI SLADEY REALTY  LTD.  Madeira Park. B.C.  Phone 883-2233  ���         1485-tfn  '70 - 70x12 PYRAMID . Two  bdrms, drapes, fridge, stove,  washer and dryer, $8,750; Ph. 883-  9140. . 1647-36  '74, 12' x 68' UNFURNISHED  Bendix leader mobile home,  has been used on weekends only.  Ph. 883-9993,883-9914.        1611-35  1150 SQ. FT. double wide, all  carpeted. Five appl. Skirted  and landscaped. Ph. 886-  2449. 1589-tfn  $12,900, 1974 2 BDRM 12'x60;  Bendix Leader. Furnished ahd  set up in Madeira Pk. Ph. 883-  9149. 1639-35  '71 DIPLOMAT 12 x 64 2 bdrm or  3. Incl. fridge, stove, washer,  dryer, new dining and liv. rm.  ste.; covered porch, fully skirted.  Set up ori: Mason Rd. MH Pk,  Sechelt. Asking $11,000 o.b.o. To  view caU 886-2725 (6-9 p.m.) 1727-  37  MOBILE HOME spaces. Near  beach, Roberts Creek. 926-1024          1398-tfn  12'x60' 1973 MONARCH.  Reverse aisle. Part. furn.  Carpet hallway and master  bdrm. Set up in local trailer pk. in  Sechelt.FP$11,500. Ph. 885-2815.  1641-36  Boats and Engines  20' HOURSTON, Ford 302, Volvo  leg. Cuddy cabin. HT $3,500.  Ph. 886-9659. 1738-35  28' FG CHARTERBOAT "Chee  Kee" Chry 440, sounder, CB,  stove, head, livetank, etc. Trade  for sail or ? Currently chartering.  Ph. Bob Nygren, 885-9587. 1729-37  Boats and Engines  21' BELLBOY HT  165 Merc.  Clean. Sounder, winch, etc..  $6,950. Ph. 883-2709, 291-1642.  -,'     ��� 1672-36  24' FG SAILBOAT, good cond., 5  sails, 6 h.p. motor. Many ex-  tras. Ph. (112) 483-4549.     168037  MV SNOWMAN 40' dbl ender,  new diesel eng, sounder, CB  radio, hyd. strg., sleeps tt. view  at Egmont. Ph. 883-2272 or 883-  9243.  1699-37,  30' x 11 FG CABIN cruiser 320  HP Crusader. Head and oil  stove. Asking $20,000 or trade for  ? Ph. 883-9066. 1712-35  14' FG 40 HP ELEC start, $850.  First hse on Narrows Rd. ,  Madeira Pk. Ph. 883-2527. 1715-35  22' PLYWOOD  ex-gillnetter,'  Chrys Crown, head, etc., $1,500.  Ph. 883-2410: 1728-37  Cars and Trucks  '64 VALIANT. Running cond. for  parts. $70. Ph. 883-2289.  1676-35  Cars and Trucks  '72 FORD Econoline 100 van. Ps-  pb, auto, radio, etc. $2,750. Ph.  885-3985. 1586-tfn  '71 CHRYSLER 300 top shape,  air cond., $1,800. Ph. 886-2449.  1588-tfn  '71  MAZDA   ROTARY   coupe.  Sound body. 8,000 on new eng.,  new tires, custom interior, $1,200  o.b.o. Ph. 886-2463. 1687-35  '70 FORD -MUSTANG. Good  cond, low mileage, call after 6  p.m. 886-2816. 1694-37  '69 FORD BRONCO half cab. 302,  4 wh. drive. Call after 6 p.m.  . 885-2816. 1695-37  '63 CHEV PICKUP with FG cab.  Good to excl. cond. Pft. 885-3319  between 5 and 7. 1710-35  '65  CHEVELLE  Malibu,   $350  o.b.o. Ph. 885-9564. 1711-35  '72 PONTIAC FIREBIRD auto.  350 eng. Good cond. Ph. 886-  7988 eves.. 1714-35  P  l~Z-Ex.ii.As 40' T��u. rS4 <UC*J- fc M  CUM + ��U(t��K  rf fMf-��U.  WOULD LIKE to rent to own a  home in Sechelt area. For more  info Ph. 883-9273. 1597-35  ���^SECHELT: One year old 4 bdrm (or 3 and utility) Rancher. 1260 sq ft,  carpet, fireplace, shake roof, landscaped. Matching 16 x 26 garage (or  workshop). Clear title. $39,800. Vacant, view anytime.  NEW 2 BDRM VIEW HOME: basement. F.P. $39,300. Try your offer and  down payment, no mortgage to arrange.  . REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE LOT: lightly treed and level. Only $2,900 down  and $109 per mo.'  WEST SECHELT: 2 bdrm rancher, carport. Sweeping view. Quiet cul-de  sac. Price, low 40's. View anytime. Quick possession.  VAUCROFT: N. Thormanby Island. Semi W/F lot and lovely home. Just a  hop and skip to one of B.C.'s best sandy beaches.  * 1564 sq ft of living space  * two fully finished levels  * living room, dining room,  kitchen  and  * family room and two bedrooms downstairs  * 4 piece plumbing upstairs with ensuite  down  * these homes have a beautiful ocean view  * all homes have balconies overlooking the  Bay area  John Wilson  885-9365  Royal City Realty Ltd.   526-2888  r  master bedroom upstairs *" * laundry and utility area built in  wall to wall carpeting throughout * situated in Gibsons * close to shopping, schools and ferried  -r- NOW COMPLETE AND READY FOR OCCUPANCY ���  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION  Call Gibsons Realty Ltd. Contact Your  886-2277 or Local Realtor  HE NUMBER  call now for our  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hours)  Heal Estate Catalogue  Peter Smith  C.R. Gothercole  Bob Kent  Jock White  Ann Ibbitson  885-9463  886-2785  885-9461  886-2935  886-2542  Box 128  GENCIESLTD.  Sechelt  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 Hadden  885-9504  George Townsend  885-3345  Jim Wood  885-2571  Jack Worn  886-2681  Pat Murphy  885-9487  SUNNY SLOPES���REDUCED #3495  Especially priced view property, blacktop road, regional water. Now only $11,900. BOB, 885-2235  anytime.  PRICE REDUCED BUT NOT THE VIEW #3496  Stand on/the driveway, see the spectacular view of Trail Islands. We listen to offers, but cash  speaks. See our sign on Jasper Road (C3496. F.P. $14,500. Call your favorite realtor, 885-2235  anytime.  $6,000! YES $6,000 #3648  Manl. Wo couldn't even ask to roduco tho price furtherl With domestic water and hydro at  roadsldol! I Don't delay call THE man at THE realtor, 885-2235 24 hrs,  DAVIS BAY COMMERCIAL #3620  Commercial property. This is a motel duplox on a flat lot across the stroot from tho finest boach on  tho coast, Westorly viow of sunsots. Check this out for Invostmont, rotlromont Income, or shared  recreation. Low down paymont. By advance appolntmont only. Soo on our video. DON HADDEN,  885-9504 ovos.  HIGHWAY ACREAGE #3309  48 acros on Highway 101 Is zonod rural holdings. Pormlttod usos include tourist accommodation,  professional practlco and rnobllo rosldonces. This proporty does not appoar to bo In tho  Agricultural Land Reserve. Full prlco $66,000. Will consldor half down. DON HADDEN, 885-9504  ovos,  SACRIFICE  SUBMIT YOUR OFFER #3550  Listed for $40,000, and I'll try hardl Family type  home on Dogwood Street, Gibsons, only four years  old, Good mtg potential; Has large, living room  with F.P., dining aroa, modern kitchen, two  bedrooms, bright bathroom and FULL BASEMENT  with R.I. plumbing, House vacant, aging owner  says SELLI JACK WHITE, ovos 886-2935.  SACRI  GIBSONS WATERFRONT #3651  Modern two bedroom, large recreation room on lower floor, two fireplaces, 1 1/2 baths, sundeck,  workshop, boathouse. Good value, $65,000. JIM WOOD, 885-2571.  COMMUTER'S SPECIAL  V  #3602  r  NEW ON MARKET  ROBERTS CREEK #3669  Roborts Crook, Hlway 101, Ovor 4 acres, plus 2 bdrm homo.  $40,000 F.P. Cash, TINY BOB, 005-2235 anytime.  NEW ON MARKET  SELMA PARK���VIEW LOT #3190  Gontlo slopo to Iho S,W. on this Gull vlow lol, sltuatod on a pavod rood In qulot aroa of now  homos, Hydro, phono, cnblo TV and roglonal wolor on road. Full prlco $13,900, DON HADDEN,  005-9504 ovos,  VENDOR SAYS #3652  Hurry ond moko on olfor. 01.07' x 163,25'. Aroo ol quality homos. Asking $11,500. ANN IBBITSON,  1186-2542,  SEAVIEW APARTMENTS #3655  Four-plex apartment block. Each apartment 2 bodrooms, approximately 1000 sq ft. Plus owner's 2  bodroom A-frarrio, 1000 sq ft. All with vlow, of Trail Islands. Beautifully landscaped. Ideal  rotlromont with Incomo. Full prlco $133,000 with terms. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 ovos.  GIBSONS��� QUICK POSSESSION #3661  Quality,built, stucco, full/ Insulated, full high basomont, Panollod living room-kltchon, 37' x 13  1/2' hoatalator flroplaco. Southeast oxposuro with lovoly vlow, full width dock; two largo,  bodrooms. Basomont; anothor bodroom, largo bright roc room. Fully dovolopod grounds, twe  storago buildings, carport at tho back stop. Tho price of $53,000 is much bolow roplacomont cost  C.R. GATHERCOLE at BB6-27Q5 or othor salesmen at BB5-2235.  RECREATION? RETIREMENT? OR? #3608  A big, big, lightly woodod lot on a qulot road, yot handy to a good boach and small boat launching  slto, Tnoro has boon a start made on a 480 squaro foot cottago. A tomporary 200 square foot cabin,  will provldo that noodod wookond accommodation, Sorvlcos are at tho roadside. Asking $16,000.  GEORGE TOWNSEND, 085-3345 ovos.  JOIN THE PRUDENT PURCHASERSI #3626  Yos, mobllos aro accoptoblo on this 11,200 squaro foot parcol, Locatod on a qulot pavod parcol,  Hydro and regional wator aro roady lor hook-up, Asking $11,600, Why not try your offor? GEORGE  TOWNSEND, 005-3345 ovos,  THE WELCOME MAT IS OUT #3635  This noar-now, coiy, compact two bodroom homo can mako your rotlromont droams como truo, 11  is locatod |ust a short walk Iro tho boach of Davis Bay. Tho big four-tonths of an aero lol will allow  that dollar-saving kltchon gardon, Asking $37,500, GEORGE TOWNSEND, 005-3345 ovos,  FISHERMANS DREAM <��� #3629  Two bodroom on 1.10 aero,1 close to booch, booting, fishing, flvo minutes to shopplnq centre.  Asking $39,000 JIM WOOD, 005-2571.  Situated on North Road, 3.40 acres with 540' road frontage, Well treed. Good value $25,000. Cash  or 1/3 cash, balance at 10%. JIM WOOD, 885-2571,  SUMMER FUN , #3666  Low cost���$19,200 full price, $5,000 down ��� 15 years on balance. 1/2 acre with trailer and  sunroom, furnished, Water & hydro, and only steps to good beach access. Full details PETER SMITH,  885-9463.  TRADE FOR THIS ONE #3579  2 bedroom home on good lot, by sandy boach, 4 miles to village. Asking $37,000, vondor will  consldor trado for othor property. More���-PETER SMITH, 995-9463.  HOLDING INVESTMENT #3523  Expand your future���buy this doublo lot for $9,000, hold for future escalation of valuo, Quiet  ���i woodod aroa closo to vlllago. PETER SMITH, 885-9463.  A PLEASURE TO SHOW I #3609  For rotlromont In tho country you must soo this 2 bdrm homo, Lots of plus values. $42,000. JACK  WARN, 806-2681,  VIEW HOME CLOSE TO BEACH #3656  Seclusion on ono and a half acros with convonlonco. 3 bdrm homo with sundock off master bdrm,  sunporch, dbl carport. Lots of storago. $54,900. JACK WARN, 886-2681.  I  NEW ON MARKET  ���MWENJ-.I,  QUALITY 3 BEDROOM #3662  Luxurious ��� soparato living and family rooms.  Utility room, built-in vacuum, 1325 sq ft, no stairs,  Fully foncod lot, landscapod gardon, many oxlras.  Good torms on full prlco of $51,500. PETER SMITH,  005-9463.  NEW ON MARKET  NO QUALIFYING  #3633  At tha honk nocossary lo purchoso this 2 bodroom homo. Vondor will carry with ronnonablo down  payment. Walk-In bosomont, Noods spit ft polish, Offers to $32,900. ANN IBBITSON, 806 2542.  i  SUNNY GIBSONS #3631  ''X bodroom homo wllh ono bdrm in-law nult��, Now wiring, now plumhlncj, GREAT VIEW Ihroiirjh  ovorsliod picture windows. Ollors to $51,500, ANN IBBITSON, 806.2542.  NEW ON MARKET  ACREAGE  #3654  BEST VALUE ��� BLOCK TO BEACH #3660  Woll landscapod vlow proporty, noarly tho slio of throo nvnrngo vlow lots, Two homos, Main  two bodrooms hnvo llroploco, Extra largo wrap-around sundock, utility on main floor, iwo  comploto bathrooms, largo roc room, basomont garago plus carport, Tho well-maintained  guost homo would bring $125 por month rovonuo, Prlcod bolow replacement cost ot $69,000,  Good terms. JOHN 11. GOODWIN, 005-2235, 24 hrs.  2,63 ocros ol lovol land, boll cloorod, Plus 3 bodroom oldor typo homo, roglonal wotor,  cnblovlslon, hydro, soptlc. tank, Zoned H-9. 144' on Highway 101 ond 795' In dnplh. lots ol  liotontlol, lull ptlro $50,000 with $25,000 down, Ownor will roriy bnlnnro ot 10% ovor 15 yours,  PAT MURPHY, mn-9407 ovos,  NEW ON MARKET  MOVE IN, START COOKIN* #3663  Cottage on loaso lot, Solma Pork, full prlco only $14,000 on torms. Half cash, balance $200 por  month ot 11% (4 1/2 years). Thoro's a lot of charm to this ploco, JACK WHITE, 006-2935 ovos,  LOVELY TREES, YEAR ROUND CREEK #3454  Moro than half an aero lovol lond, Wakoflold Crook Is oostorn boundary, now ravlno horo. This Is  tho ploco lor your droom homo, It's llko a park. Listed for $22,000 with $14,000 cosh, balance ot  10%, JACK WHITE, 006-2935 ovos.  SPLENDID VIEW #3664  Illness forcos solo of Ihls Immaculate' homo conveniently sltuatod noar shops and post ofllco,  Ron mod colling, wall-to-wall carpots throughout, Llko now rongo ond frldgo, Croslwood cupboards, Ground floor; grade ontranco and pdllo, Bathrooms on oath lloor, lovol t-ppronch,  carport, comonl walks, landscapod, oxcollont gardon. Genuine valuo ol'$49,500, Vondor will  consldor $20,000 cash wllh reasonoblo torms on balance to qualified purchaser, CR, GATHER-  COLE, Ros, Gibsons 0062705 or any salesman al our offlco, Socholt, nfl5-22.T��.  #3649  Modorn family homo with 2 bodrooms up and 2 down, Rum'-iit loom with flroploco, living room  also wllh brick flroplaco, Sliding gloss doors onto 20 x 12' sundock obovo raiporl, LoVol lot  120 x 50. Full prlco $51,500 wllh torms, PAT MURPHY, 0059407 uvot,.  A PALACE? NO. A STARTER? YES. #3665  lmmod|al<4 possession, Slnglo bodroom bungalow on Gibsons wotor nnd sowor. Now oloctrlc hoot,  brand now durold roof, modorn bathroom. Excollont lovol lot only hnll n block fiom post office ond  boach, i,P. $26,000 cash. CR. GATHERCOLE, Res. Glb.ont, 006 2705.  4 7  A  A  A  7  /  /.���  (   ' ' ���   -<  /  7  /  PageB-4 The Peninsula Times     Wednesday, July 28,1976  Livestock  Cars and Trucks  '67 T&C 4 DR. Chrysler stn wag,   rrrRTTFTFn  one owner, 75,000 miles. Goocl  lb���,  cond, clean, $750 o.b.o. Ph. 883-  2424. 1722-35  TRAVEL  Legal Notices  Farrier,    nans.  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-3751,  994-tro  Campers and Trailers  '68 TRAVELAIRE 16' x 8' fully  equip, excl cond, $2,300. Ph.  885-9824 or 885-3560. 1658-36-  11' ELDORADO camper, 1 piece  FG top, furnace, stove, fridge,  aueen size bed, storm windows,  bis ins., carpet, $2,500. Ph. 883-  2424. 1724-35  Pets    3 LOVELY KITTENS heed good  homes.   Casandra,  Bimbo,  Michelle. Ph. Justine, 885-  3875. 1688-35  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  STANDARD bred horse needs  exp. rider. Appaloosa Quarter  horse good with children. Ph. 886-  7334. 1716-37  Come and Get It  8 MO COLLIE-LAB, male, good  natured, clean. Female spayed  cat. 18 mo. male; 8 mo. golden cheat. Ph. 883-9144 after 5.    1708-35  TRAVEL  YOUR GATEWAY  TO THE  SUN AND FUN  For      all      your      travel  arrangements, contact Lynn  Szabo,   graduate of  Canadian  Travel College.  PLANAHEAD  While the choice is still yours.  Let us help make your vacation  dream come true.  PENINSULA  TRAVEL  .      AGENCY  "FOR.   AIRLINE    '  RESERVATIONS  &TICKETSCALL"  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  1720-35  Machinery  Dental Blk.  886-2855  Gibsons  ToU Free 682-1513  1581-tfn  GRADER 1962 Champion with  Scarifier    50 Jimmy: diesel.  Excl. cond. Ph. after 5 p.m. 885-  9480.                 1684-37  CAN-AM CRAWLER    -x  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 & RebuMng.  ,     A Complete Service  "Your Bobcat Dealer"  4623 Byrne Rd., Burnaby, B.C.  434-2651 Teles 04-354-652  607-tfn  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estate of the deceased: MUN-.  SON, Janet Louise, late of 6873  Invermere Court, Powell River..  B.C. ���'  Creditors and others having  claims against the said estate(s)  are hereby required to send them  duly verified to, the PUBLIC  TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street,  Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3L7, before  the 2nd of September, 1976, after  which date the assets of the said  estate(s) will be distributed,  having regard only to claims that  have been received.  CLINTON W.FOOTE,  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  Yours truly,  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  . Per: Dawne McKay  1636-pub. July 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4,  1976.-   I, Bruce Bailey Joe, of Sechelt,  British Columbia, give notice  that as of today, I will not be  responsible for any debts in  curred in my name by other than  myself.  Sighed at Sechelt, British  Columbia, this twelfth day of  July, 1976.  Bruce Baily Joe  Clarence Joe,  Witness  1696-pub. July 28,1976.  Business Opportunities    For Sale  STUFF ENVELOPES, $25. hun-  dred. Start immediately. Send  _ self-addressed-stamped envelope. J&G General Agencies,  Box 6035, Wetpskiwin.Alber- ��  ta. 1505-35  For Sale  For Sale  For Sale  CONTENTS of beauty shop.  Hydraulic setting chair, comb,  dryer and^chair, blk.shampoo  basin, chair and stool, etc. Must  sell together. Reasonable. Ph.  886-7442.  1598-35  CORDWOOD. Cut to length. Ph.  885-9620 days, 885-2728  eves.       1595-35  USED 21" ROY elec. range.  Dinette  buffet and 4   chrs.  Washing machine, metal bed  frame. Ph. 885-9514. ..      1731-35  5' x9' PING PONG foldup table  on legs with rollers, $65; heavy  duty washer needs new pump  casing, otherwise in good shape,  $50; Jana stereo component set:  8 track, am-fm radio comp, with  speakers (1 yr. old) record  changer, $140; 10 speed full size  bike; never used, $75. 1 bed  chesterfield, offers. Ph. 886-  2765. 1735-35  '68 JOHN DEERE Series 500A  backhoe $6,500. Ph. 885-  2127. 1607-35  TIRE SPECIALS  B 13 RWL Superwides   $39.95ea. .  F-14 RWL Superwides    $49.95 ea.  (limited quantity - act fast)  Above Price Incl. Installation  OK TIRE STORE  Cor. Wharf & Dolphin      Sechelt  885-3155    1690-35  FRIDGE $40; freezer il cu. ft.  $60; Enterprise gas stove 24", 1  yr old, $75. Hooded fan.$10. Gas  hot water heater $25. Gas space  heater, as new $50. All o.b.o. Ph.  885-2018. 1717*55  MODERN OIL stove with hot  water coil, hot water tank. Ph.  885-3335. 1721-35  MAYTAG  auto washer,  older  model, used only 3 years. Excl  cond. $150. Ph. 883-2424.     1723-35  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons  886-2481  Don Sutherland  885-9362  George Cooper  886-9344  GOWER POINT  100   ft.   waterfront  proved.  PRATT & GRANDVIEW $12,900  Large dramatic lot in this popular  area.  VELVET ROAD $13,000 EA.  Two lots, side by side.  ABBS ROAD $54,000  2bdrm home. Large livingroom with  fireplace. Lots of room for expansion  in high basement. Unsurpassed 180  degree view. -  HILLCREST   ' $46,500  Near new, large 3 bdrm home on  large lot with view.  $27,500*  SHAWRD $46,900  lot, perc. ap- 3 bdrm split level on the nicest lot,  close to shopping, winter club and  schools.  CRUCIL RD $54,900  Near new 2 storey home with view.  Built for owner with lots of extras.  Merritt kitchen and Brue honey  marble fireplace. Owner transferred.  $50.00 A MONTH  Lease lots in Sechelt, ideal for a  mobile home. Lessor will pay half of  development cost. Inquire for  details.  MID 30'S  Near the water, negr shopping. 2  bdrm home with smashing view. Hot  water heat. Very private lot, well  landscaped, presently rented. Ideal  for investment or retirement.  $79,900  1700 sq ft home. Full bsmt, partly  developed. Beautiful fireplace &  stone wall. Attractive panelled living  room. Master bdrm is a suite. Good  view from this working kitchen. This  Gower Point home is a pleasure to  show. For the discriminating buyer.  LOT $12,900  Half acre lot on Lower Rd near  Roberts Creek Store. Well treed,  serviced. Great investment. Would  make a very private home site.  ROBERTS CREEK $38,000  Waterfront. Summer cottage on  beach. Hydro in & regional water  available.  J.W. Visser  885-3300  GIBSONS' $55-,000  Pratt Rd. 3 bdrm house on 2.86 acres.  Frontage on two roads.  DAVIS BAY $75,000  View and sunshine just off the highway. 3 bdrms, boathouse, workshop,  83 feet of beach front.  We have a buyer for a used double  wide.  $32,900  On Hwy 101 in Hopkins. Walking  distance to ferry. Excellent lot with  room to develop. This 3 bdrm home  would be ideal for the starter or  retirement.  toll free 687-6445  Anne Gurnoy  886-2164  $47,900  Five acres on Reid Rd. Only half mile  to school with rural living. This  property has excellent garden soil.  Spring water. 24 x 30 shop & large  mobile home with addition. Fruit  trees.  $56,500  Reid Rd. 1500 sq ft family home with  small suite. Large corner lot treed for'  privacy. Fireplace, good working  kitchen. New on market. Should be  viewed by all looking for a family  home.  MOBILE HOME $11,500  A 12x64 mobile, all set up. Neat  professional addition with pantry.  Large pad, only $71' a month. Low  cost living close to village.  ADD-A-RM 20' x 8', shed 8' x 12',  air-tight heater, desk, garden  chairs,.firewood, misc. hsehold  articles. Ph. 885-3849.       168545  DINING RM wagon wheel light  fixture,    elec.    baseboard  heaters, windows. Ph. 886-7214  weekends.   - 1705-35  SHOCKS  Std. 1" hydro shocks   ���..: $12.95 ea.  (includes installation)  Hijacker Airshocks   $32.50 ea.  (installation extra on these).  OK TIRE STORE  Cor. Wharf & Dolphin Sechelt  885-3155  MAG WHEELS  Cdn Indy Type   $55.00 ea.  Diamond Spoke 15 x 8   $65.00 ea.  Some Chrome Wheels at $29.95  ea.  (Sorry, Chroniies to fit some cars  only) A  Price includes installation  OK TIRE STORE  Cor. Wharf & Dolphin      Sechelt  885-3155  1691-35  1692-35  '1  TREES...THE GREEN UNK  886-2277  toll free  682-1513  Jon McRae  885-3670  Dental Block;  Gibsons  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  Lots approx 1/3 acre      N  Southwesterly exposure  Close to ferries   '  Overlooking Keats Island  * Average size 72' x 220'  * Beautiful view of Bay area  * Close to school  * Watch the boats in the gap  ?,500 FULL PRICE: Davis  Bay. 3 bedrooms, garden lot.  Fruit trees. Converted mobile  with large living room. Steel  fireplace, w/w carpets. One  blk to beach.  2000 SQ FT COLONIAL STYLE  HOME: one over 1 acre of  view property in West Sechelt.  Stono fireplace, 2 l/2  bathrooms, double extra high  carport and large living room.  Master has 3 pee ensuite and  dressing room.  SEMI-WATERFRONT HOME:  Cozy 2 bedroom home, neat &  tidy, on a 60 x 150' semi W/F  lot In Davis Bay. Nice yard and  sundock. F.P, $47,900.  w><-  #L  ����?���:���-...j.V   ���  .* ���   *���*'...  ;,    , '  131' WATERFRONT: 4 bdrm,  4100 sq ft oxocutlvo homo.  Circular flroplaco In largo,  vlow LR. Ship dock floors,  largo family, kltchon with  built-in Jonn-Air rango, wall  ovon, garburalor 8, doluxo  walnut cobinots. Hugo roc ft  billiard room, Stono flroplaco,  W/W carpots. THIS HOME  MUST BE SEEN TO DE APPRECIATED. Asking $125,000  DUPLEX-SEMI W/F; Good  rovonuo   producor.   Closo  boach,'F.P. $49,500.  ������i  *T��f3* <*~r'i?x'X-"-  l    . !2**-\.   �����        rf ' *���  *��   ���*���  2 nDRM VILLAGE HOME:  Landscapod lot, lull bosomont,  Garago undor, F.P, $44,000,  ,2 YEAR OLD; 3 !,.lnn homo, ^^^^f..  Ono block oil tho highway, all Ct>i,*\  Inndscapnd In lawn, Extra iflJg-j  largo roc room, good parking $pf  oroo. F.P, $5(1,500, P'-t��r  r,ML  '.���<���*  WATERFRONT HOME: 2 bdrm,  small home on a large lot. 95  of good W/F by 550' deep  Home has 1/2 basement. F.P  $48,500  FARM WITH ORCHARD: a  roally good llttlo farm with 2  bodroom oldor stylo farm  homo and a largo rod barn.  6,3 acros at tho ond of a quiet  country lano. F,P. $69,500.  Has many fruit troos, all  usablo land,  P"7'  ��� ��'i^iim'fXX".\__  LARGE LOT; Extra largo, Irrogular lot with crook through tho property, plus  fruit troos and small cabin with roughod-ln plumbing. F.P. $12,500,  SMALL ACREAGE: Approximately 3,7 acros with 200' frontago on Beach  Avo, Somo cloarlng has boon dono, Sovoral shods on Iho proporly, F.P.  $31,500,  ,9 OF AN ACRE: Trood with a yoar-roi/nd crook. 100' road frontago with oil  sorvlcos, F.P, $16,900.  4,1 ACRES; With 500' of highway frontago, ovor half cloarod, Flvo naturol  springs on tho proporty maintains a goocl wotor supply. Oldor 2 bodroom  homo and hmplo gardon oroo, Easy financing, could,bo purchasod for |u��t  $6,500 down on o full prlco of $46,000.  THREE BEDROOM; 101)0 sq ft single staroy homo on an oxtra largo, cloarod  lot. All services Including cablovlslon, Vory qulot aroa, Largo living room  with acorn flroplaco. F.P. $41,500,  115 FT WATERFRONT: plus a 23 bodroom homo, all landscaping has boon  tlono, Good garage ft houso with 2 full bathrooms, I ANTASTIC VIEW, F,P,  $05,000.  6 BUILDING SITES: nil wllh somo wotor vlow, Pavod ronds ond cloorod,  From $10,500 to $14,500,  LARGE W/F LOT; 150' x 350' ol flat, lovol W/F trood proporly between  Socholt and Gibson*. Only 20 mint Irom tho lorry, Sorvlcod lond. Full prlco  $66,500.  BEACH AVENUE ACREAGE: 1.54 acres. Approximately 1/2 mi'leCfrom  picnic site. 67' frontage x 1000" in depth. Gazetted road at back. Serviced.  RP. $14,900.  2 LOTS SIDE BY SIDE: your choice! On a dead-end street with view to the  south'wesf. Serviced. F.P. $12,500 ea.  CLOSE TO THE ARENAi Large, full basement home on a view lot in Porpoise Bay. Good boat moorage close by. F.P. $52,900.  SERVICED LOT: Extra large ���100 x 250'lot. F.P. $12,500.        .  GOOD VIEW: from this 75 x 150'flat lot. F.P. $11,600.  LAUNDROMAT: Good business opportunity re: this going concern that  shows a healthy profit. All machines are in good repair.  SECHELT INLET: Outstanding W/F lot In the Village. 70 x 100', level and  ready to build on; Little site preparation. Walking distance to shops. Full  price $24,000.  4 LOTS: ��1,150 down on any or all of these good building sites. Forested  with potential Viow. F.P. $12,250.  3 ACRE PARCEL: With a creek. This acreage is within the vlllago & will be  harder to obtain as tlmo goes on. F.P. $ 19,900 with terms I  RESIDENTIAL VIEW LOT: 60 x 150' lot close to school & park. Good soa  view. Pavod street & fully serviced. F.P. $13,500.  LEASE 'A' FRAME: Largo W/F 'A' Frame on Mission Point loaso land.. Ideal  summor homo for a large group, throo bodrooms, F.P. $45,000.  REVENUE DUPLEX: 2 bodroom units S/S. Largo living rooms ft kltchons.  Each unit has a laundry facility. Locatod noar Davis Bay school In a young  family aroa. F.P. $58,000. Tormsl  WATERFRONT COTTAGE: Across from tho boach and a short walk to tho  wharf. Cloarod, level lot with a 2 bdrm cottago ft storago shod. F.P.  $35,500.  VIEW PROPERTY: 70 x 150' ta spoctacular vlow mako this lot an ox-  coptional buy. Easily $500 loss than ad|olnlng lots at a full prlco of  $13,900.  LARGE LOT: Easy to build on, good vlow ft prlcod right al $13,900.  PRIME VIEW: This oxcollont vlow proporty Is In an subdivision with tho bost  vlow In tho aroa, F.P. $14,900.  F.P. $7,950: Closo to tho arona In a rapidly developing aroa. ,70 x 150' with  a lano at back,  1/2 ACRE: Nlcoly forostod plus a supor vlow potontlal, F.P, $16,000.  TREED,LOTS: 2 largo 1/2 aero properties wllh somo clearing dono. Fully  sorvlcod, F.P. $12,000 oach.,  SACRIFICE: $10,500 for 1/2 aero of cloarod land all sorvlcod, |ust off of  Rodrooffs Rd. 110' of road frontago with an accoss of 33' on sldo,  CORNER LOT: Closo to a good marlna.'Excollont building slto la flat yvllh  lovol accoss. F.P. $11,900.  ACREAGE: 17 1/2 ocros of good usablo land wllh domestic wator system,  Zonod RIIA which moans lots of 1/2 aero can bo mado, Roads throughout  tho proporly.  3 BEDROOM: Largo vlow homp, 1 baths ft flnlshod basomont, Yard )s  landscapod, Good valuol F.P, $69,500,  $11,750: lor 250'x 00'oil sorvlcod. ���  HUGE R2 LOT: Rodrooffs Estates, nlcoly trood and no clearing required.  Good soil, $11,500 torms,  FLAT, LEVEL WATERFRONT: 52' of oasy occoss watorfront by 200' doop. All  sorvlcos avallablo. Drlvoway l�� on tho lot. F,p, $20,500,  1/2 ACRE PLUS: On Iho watorfront wllh good anchorage by this oxtra largo  lot In o good rocroatlon oroa, Wotor to Iho lot lino. F,P. $32,500,  CABIN ft ACREAGE; Almost 20 usablo acros zonod lor dovolopmonl In a  daalrablo aroa and only a short walk to a protoclod bay whom oystora ft ���  cloms abound, Cabin is livable, F.P. $40,500.  LARGE VILLAGE LOT; 75 x 150' trood lot within oasy walk of whorl and  storos. All Hat ond lovol with good gardon soil. FULL PRICE $12,000.  3 CLEARED ACRES: And o 3 bdrm homo wllh full bosomont, Excollont  flcirdon soil S o small barn. Homo Is noor now, F,P, $63,500,  5 ACRE POTENTIAL SUBDIVISION: Road access It no problem ok oil aro  gozoltod. Wotor Is only 500' nwoy, Boautilul troos ft oosy development.  F.P. $33,000  WATERrRONT: Ovor 1 ocro with 150' of'thorollno. Aibulus troos otc. F.P.  $15,500.  SMALL ACREAGE: 1 bdrm home on 2.7 acres. Domestic water  supply.    Compact, neat little home on very usable property. Could be  subdivided.  4 CHOICE LOTS: Mobile Home Sites? Flat & level, have been   recently  inspected & passed as approved lots. F.P. $11,500 ea.  DEVELOPMENT ACREAGE: (2) 5 acre blks within village boundaries. Good  access to services in a gcowirig area. F.P. $30,000 each.  EXCELLENT CLEARED VIEW LOT: AH'serviced in a new home area. Close to  a marina and the Sechelt Ice Arena, F.P. $11,500.  ' 3 BEDROOM: Deluxe home has full basement, ensuite plumbing, separate  DR, covered garage and is located on a level, view lot. Well worth the  money I  $8,950 SEAVIEW LOT: In quiet Tuwanek. About .4 of an acre with some  trees.  VIEW: 70 x 140' property. NO ONE can block your view. Full price is  $10,500. ��� ,  NATURALLY LANDSCAPED: This extra large lot offers originality .with, a.,  series of rock plateaus. 100 x 265' & close to Sechelt. Shops & school  nearby. F.P. $12,500. . *  $9,500 FULL PRICE: Large R2 zoned lot on Nor West Bay Rd. 152' frontage  with lane at back for private driveway. Treod and serviced.  NEW SEAVIEW: Contemporary design 2 bdrm home. W/W carpets In large  bdrms, hardwood In spacious view living room. Sundeck off dining room.  F.P. $45,900.  2 SIDE X SIDE LOTS: With viow in now aroa, Several largo firs on property.  90 x 120' oach lot, F.P. $17,600 each.  TRIANGLE SHAPED LOT; A unique R2 zonod, sorvlced lot. Easy to build on  with ample road frontago. F.P. $10,250.  SPECTACULAR VIEW: 80 x 150' lot, fully sorvlcod and oasy to build on. F.P.  $16,500.  LARGE REDROOFFS LOT: 00 x 550' partly cloarod, vlow of Morry Island,  Ono of a kind. Fully sorvlcod.  SMALL ACREAGE; 4 bdrm oldor 1550 sq ft homo on a 2.1 aero block of  land. Sundock ft a largo shop with concrete floor. Property Is sorvlcod with  community wator & is partly cloarod. F.P. $50,000,  WAKEFIELD ROAD; Vlow lot 69 x 117'cornor location. F.P. $11,600,  SEMI W/F: 1400 sq ft unique 3 bdrm full basomont homo on largo, trood,  gardon lot. Public boach directly In front, Soa vlow from all rooms, Two  comploto baths ft roc room or guost room on ground lovol. Largo sundock,  Comont drlvo, real value at $72,500 full prlco. Torms I  SUBDIVISION; 6 lots four of which aro cloarod fi sorvlcod, Lawns aro In,  good building ���sltos. Valuo Is horo. From $11,250 oach,  VIEW ft Rll: 96 x 100' lot on Wakoflold Road. Flat ft lovol with nlco coders,  Cornor lot! F.P. $12,500.  F.P. $10,500; Largo lot, trood ft sorvlcod with wator ft powor, 00 x 109'.  Stops to public boach ft district transportation,  99 x 152'; Secluded with a potontlal vlow. Good holding property. F.P.  $10,500,  r- y  y  "��� ' \  s    A  '-Jf.  ��� .* t  NO PLACE like home, Barbara Christie  of Trail Bay Mailers slides in safe home  during the game against Fjord Flyers.  Roberts Creek who were last in the  league standings went on to win the  tournament when they stopped Fjord  Flyers in the final game. Christie was  safe on this play but Mailers lost 21-9.  Creek dumps favored Flyers in tournament  Lots of good action in the girls softball  tournament last weekend.  Trail Bay Mailers, Fjord Design, Roberts  Creek and Pender Harbour Sweathogs met  head on at the Sechelt Elementary Schools'  softball fields.  It was a beautiful day for the tournament,  but even without the hot sun there would have  been lots of sweating as all the girls involved  really put out their best and made it into an  exciting, well played, fun packed tournament.  All the teams had met quite a few times  during the regular season and every game  was played with the highest standard of good  sportspersonship and humor.  Everyone  involved, including  those  1 ifo" V  cajoled into umping the bases and home  plate, had a great time with a lot of laughs  and inter-team good natured kidding. After  the games both teams would retire to the  closest watering hole to celebrate either  winning or losing. It didn't seem to matter at  that point.  When it came down to the final score you  could bet that the win was a result of good  team effort including great plays and a few  bruised shins and thighs from sliding home.  In the first heat Fjord Flyers beat The  TBM 21-9 and Roberts Creek came out on top  of the Pender Harbour Seathogs 134. Dosie's  homerun and Colleen's pitching just wasn't  enough for the Mailers as the Flyers  dominated the second half of the game.  Gail's expert backcatching and Marlene's  fastball helped Roberts Creek overcome the  Sweathogs.  In the second heat the TBM were  eliminated by losing their second game to the.  Sweathogs 23 to 15.  Roberts Creek beat Fjord 11-5 so had a rest  while the Flyers and the Sweathogs went at it,  which ended up with the Flyers on top 22-8.  That put Roberts Creek and Fjord up  against each other in the finals. It was surprising that the Creek was still in the series.  They ended up in last place in the regular  season standings and were definitely the  underdogs.  They overpowered the favored Flyers and  won the Championship with a score of 12-8.  Everyone did.their best and had a great time  right down to the final throw.  Sechelt school board maintains there is a  communication gap over joint funding of  school facilities. Commenting on a report in  The Times, Trustee Joanne Rottluff told  school board last week, "There is still a  communication problem. Perhaps we should  go to a regional board meeting and make  ourselves available for questions."  Board chairman Celia Fisher commented,  "It's obvious the regional board doesn't  understand what we were trying to say. Some  of the comments made (in the story) were not  fair or accurate."  Mrs. Fisher said the school district had  gone out of its way to provide for community  use of the school buildings.  Trustee Rottluff added, "It is in the interest of people paying taxes in the community to understand. What is happening at  Bowen Island (Community School) could  happen here at Langdale, Roberts'Creek or  Egmont. Those schools now have the  maximum facilities available under the  department of education regulations; but  they could have special' equipment or  facilities by a special referendum."  Board secretary Roy Mills commented,  "It is amazing. The regional board was  formed to provide for the unorganized areas  to co-operate and get high level backing for  projects such as this and it is the regional'  board who haven't got the message. It's a  pity."  It' was noted that when the school board  met with other local governments about joint  funding, the regional board did not send a  representative."  Trustee Don Douglas asked if the board  was talking about the cost of maintenance or  of facilities. Chairman Fisher answered, "It  could be both. We are looking for the best use  of the Buildings and facilities in the community."  Trustee Douglas noted, "We are presently  carrying the minimum number of people in'  the maintenance crew for school use, not for  extra curricular use."  Board treasurer Mills pointed out, "There-  is a -trust account available for paying for  such things. It is the estimated cost of community use of the schools on the debit side and  the revenue side is any money realized from  fees from the users. If there are no fees, then  there is a deficit and has to be paid out of local  taxes. That usually amounts to about one  tenth of a mill."  Mills explained it was a situation where  either the user pays or everyone pays. "When  we had our meeting with the village  representatives, they agreed that it should be  the user who pays," Mills said.  Chairman Fisher pointed out, "Guides,  Brownies, Scouts, Cadets are allowed to use  the buildings free because they are endorsed  by the school, looked upon as part of the  school function."  It was pointed out the school board does  not charge for school fields as well.  "The situation is one where we want to  make facilities available to the public at the  least cost to the taxpayers," Trustee Douglas  said.  The board plans to set up a meeting with  the regional district as soon as Trustee Clause  Speikermann returns. Speikermann is the  trustee from Bowen Island where the community school concept is in effect.  ,\t^_ *��      ���/     J;   ��A\,  We're National,  but Neighbourly  Highway 101 at Wilson Creek  Phone  885-3271  GARDEN BAY  ON THE WOOD, Karen Spencer of Trail  Bay Mailers collects'a hit during the  ladies softball tournament held Sunday  in Sechelt. Roberts Creek won the  tournament with a 12-8 victory over  Fjord Flyers.  -���- Timesphoto by Neil Beckett  22 acre ranch with 2 bdrm modern homo. Superb 5 stall  stabling. Riding ring and grandstand, 2 yoar-round  streams. $139,500.  3.70 acros on pavod road, hydro and tolophone, good  wator supply, treod. $22,500.  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Soasldo Plaza  806-2000  Glbnbns  806-9121  FRANKLIN ROAD ~ Immaculate 2 bdrm boach homo on 60' x 230'  fenced and landscaped lot: Living rm hos heatalator llroploco, wood  pnnullod walls, vlow window, Tho woll-oppolntod kltchon foaturos  doublo S,S, sinks, convenient work counter, plus dining aroa, Colored  fixtures In vanity bath, Hardwood floors oxcopl kltchon ft bath, Full  bsmt, utility, oil furnaco, Concroto drlvo to opon garago. j|10 pebble  booch Is ono ol Iho flnost ft tho vlow Is grand. $75,000,  GOWER POINT Largo vlow lot, southern exposure, rough cloorod,  close to booch, otc, Attraetlvo terms on $15,500,  GIBSONS SriXIAL Duplox. cabin, doublo flarogo ft workshop, All Ihls  oif" two landscaped lob. This rental proporly shows goocl Income or  would moke someone n lovoly homo, tins lo bo soon, Only $59,500,  5om�� turm*,  SEASIDE PLAZA  Listings Wanted  Norm Peterson  SANDY HOOK  Roal nlco 60 ft. watorfront with oasy boach accoss. Hydro  going In, and water avallablo. $22,900.  GIBSONS  Triplex on Marino Drive. Grossing $6100 yoarly. 3  frldgos, 3 stoves. Two suites furnlshod, Excollont condition, to be soon inside for full appreciation, $54,900,  Soavlow lot, 65 x 110 ��� Sargont Rd. $16,900.  1150 sqft (approx) slnglo lovol 3 bdrm homo on Shaw Rd,  Construction started, Colors and Intorior docor to your  cholco, All for $39,900. '  Watorfront lot, |ust boforo Point at sout|iorn ond of Doy  Rd, Olfors,  Roofing Business and Proporty  Tho top roofor on coast, Grossing $100,000 annually ��� of  which   matorlals   about   40%.   Scopo   for   expansion.  Doproclatod   valuo   of   vehicles   apd   oqulpmont   and  workshop about $33,500, Take this money splnnor, lock,  stock and barrol for $50,000. Includos noar now 16 gauge  Wilder slltlor and Brown-Boggs brako for shoot motal  working.  Proporty comprises 3 bdrm homo on 600 x 170' lot with  good  subdivision potontlal   In  last-growing  aroa.   Tho  whole parcol $125,000 or proporly $75,000 alter salo of  business,  ROBERTS CREEK  1400 sq fl 3 bdrm homo on sought-oflor Boach Avo,  Kltchon In process of romodolllng, Cosy caro 70 x 115 lot,  $49,900.  886-2607  L  300 x 1100 (7 1/2 acros) super proporly with new quollty  built 2 bdrm home with character foaturos, Year-round  crook wator supply, This poacolul retreat worth Inspection, $64,250,  Call Bert Barnes ^kanc manage,,  Cont��iry West Roal Estate Ltd.  885-3271 or oyot 922-5010 collect  EVERY OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED  The Peninsula Times   PageB-5  Wednesday, July 28,1976  Squaringly yours  "^ BY MAURICE HEMSTREET  Hello, fellow square dancers, to the north,  south, east arid west. Yup! I do believe I have  got up enough nerve to start writing about  square dance events and there are quite a few  from the past summer months, a couple in the  presentand a whole bucket full to come in the  future.  Now you all know how hard it is to get  started at something after you have taken  time off so to avoid strained typewriter  fingers (as I only have two) and other mental  strain, this column will be short, kindly bear  with me as there are better times ahead.  The Gibsons Sea Cavalcade has been  rescued just in the nick of time so on July 31  with the parade starting off at 10 a.m. our  Country Stars square dance club of The  Sunshine Coast will be represented by Harry  Robertson and myself, who will be in there  like a dirty shirt in a worn out washing  machine trying to remember the square  dance calls that we never knew in the first  place. However, watch for us. We may not be  the best but we are the most consistent entry  in local parades and have been for many  years now. In holding with the present  Olympics, we should be in line for a tin  award.  I will leave you now with this thought in  mind, if you want to know if we get this  award, keep on buying The Peninsula Times  as I'don't egsenacktally know when I will get  this column rolling smoothly. Keep smiling  till next week.  A letter from the minister, of health has  Sechelt school board baffled.  The board wrote a letter to health minister  Bob McClelland protesting the cut in public  health nurse staff.  In his letter to the board, McClelland  stated, "Unfortunately, due to financial  restrictions, we nave had to carry some  vacancies in public, health nursing staff, but I  would inform you that a continual review and  assessment of staffing is being carried on by  department officials."  The paragraph which baffled the school  board was, "Your remarks regarding the  important aspects of the public health  programs, particularly as related to services  in school children are appreciated, and I can  only assure you that I shall be supporting  your request for a replacement in the Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit."  What does that mean?" Chairman Celia  Fisher asked.  Board secretary Roy Mills replied, "My  guess is that he has to ask someone higher."  "I was under the impression that a  minister was in charge of his department,"  one trustee ventured. The board discussed the  possibility of sending a letter to the minister  of finance over funding for the nurse.  "Perhaps we should send a letter to the  minister and ask outright who has the  responsibility?" Chairman Fisher said.  The board decided to send a letter to the  minister asking if they could be of any help to  him in getting the nurse.  Charles English Ltd. of Gibsons has  become a member of a national chain of independent real estate brokers called Realty  World.  A company spokesman said Charles  English Ltd. will become part of an expanded  media campaign to extend the exposure of  our listings. We will be able to use new and  exciting sales aids as well as stay current  with techniques and trends.  ' 'We will be involved in sales training by a  group of professional trainers," the  spokesman said, and added, "We will be part  of a national reference service. This is only a  small number of the exciting happenings in  our involvement with the Realty World  organization."  He added, "The reason we think that this  move is important is to increase our effectiveness ahd our ability to serve the  community. We trust that this affiliation will  provide the people who are dealing with us at  Charles English Ltd. a more effective  organization to handle their buying and  selling needs."  ESTATE  APPRAISALS  NOTARY PUBLIC  DENTAL  GIBSONS  PHONE  AND UND DEVELOPMENT LTD,    TOLL FREE  886  * *     ,f ��� ' 1  i '  -ViAr*"!-!   '        ��*/?*���'> '  Jon McRae  885-3670  *i*n  FRANKLIH.ROAD ��� Floor to ceiling fireplace  creates a very homey atmosphere in this 3  bedroom home. Landscaping is done and the  back yard is completely fenced. F.P. $45,000  SEAVIEW ROAD ��� Older 3 bedroom home on  partial basement. A handyman's work could  really enhance this home with a beautiful view.  of the Bay. Offers from F.P. $29,900.  Ken Crosby  HOflflES  CHASTER ROAD ��� lovely 8 month old home, 3  bedrooms with feature fireplace. Attached  storage building. All on a large corner lot in the  heart of fast-growing rural Gibsons. F.P.  $53,500.  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  BEACH AVE ��� Quiet privacy at the corner of|  Glenn Road. Perfect retirement or starter  home. Breathtaking view of Keats Island and  the Bay area. Sundeck with wrought iron rail.  This immaculate 2 bedroom home has separate  workshop, carport and is beautifully landscaped. Offers, F.P. $39,500.  BEACH AVE ��� Roberts Creek ��� 2 bedroom  starter or retirement home on 3 beautifully  treed park-like acres. Over 1 acre cleared and  fenced with separate corral and horse paddock. Also includes fireplace, cement patio,  separate shed on cement slab plus a carport.  F.P. $44,000.  GRANDVIEW ROAD ��� Nearly 1/2 acre of rural  playground (could be small hobby farm with 2  horse paddocks, hen house and duck pond  already in). The homejtself has a spectacular  view of Georgia Strait which can be enjoyed  from the large 45 ft sundeck. The basement of  the home Is all set up as an in-law suite with  full kitchen and bath. The upstairs has a  spacious and comfortable design with 2  bedrooms, acorn fireplace and many extras.  F.P. $68,500  HIGHWAY 101 ��� Gibsons with super view of  the Bay area. This 750 sq ft 2 bedroom home is  situated on'a large landscaped lot. Features  fridge and stove also included. F.P. $36,900.  HOPKINS LANDING ��� here is value ��� house  and 2 lots. Beautiful view of Howe Sound and  Gambier Island, Feature wall fireplace in the  living room of this lovely 2 bedroom home.  Galley kitchen with all built-in appliances. F.P.  $49,500.  LOWER ROADY- Roberts Creek ��� 2 bedroom  home on new foundation in very desirable  area. House sits on a 1.69 acre triangular lot  includes 4 piece bath; covered sundeck and  fireplace, F.P. $39,000.  WATEiFROiTAGE  THOMPSON ROAD ��� Langdale ��� 3 bedroom  deluxe home on extra large 80 x 150' lot. This  3 year old home has 2 baths plus an ensuite.  All large room sizes. The full basement has one  bedroom with roughed-in fireplace in unfinished rec room. Includes sundeck and  carport. Extremely well-designed with 5  feature Bay windows, plush carpeting  throughout. Add to this a magnificent view of  Howe Sound and nicely landscaped lot. F.P.  $88,000.  ���.',.��� \  ������ v ���  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Roberts Creek, 2-fc acres with 115' of easy access waterfront. The main house Is nicely laid out with 5  bedrooms on full basement. The 500 sq ft cottage is cozy and comfortable year round. The property Is over 50% landscaped,  while the heavily treed area at the back could be easily subdivided. F.P. $129,900. *  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD ��� one landscaped acre on the waterfront In Roberts Creek  provides Iho Idoal sotting for this 3 bedroom  homo on full basomont. Wall to wall carpot  throughout this 1324 sq ft homo with covered  and carpeted sundock, onsulte plumbing,  doublo carport, and many oxtras such as stops  to the boach and boathouse, F.P. $79,900.  ABBS ROAD ��� at tho corner of School Road.  Excollont oxtra-largo building lot with vlow of  , tho Bay area, Howo Sound and Goorgla Strait.  Approximately 75 x 150. F.P. $19,000.  CHASTER ROAD ���- Nostlo your homo In tho  trees on this 67 x 123' building lot. Area of  proposod now school. Name your own terms ���  No reasonable offor rofusod. F.P. $11,500.  WATERFRONT SPECIAL ��� 2 bedroom home,  with flreplco on the bost, beach aroa In Gibsons. 1024 sq ft with an unbeatable view and  full basement for tho handyman to putter  around In. Also a rentable guest cottage with  fully wlrod kltchon and 3 ploco bath. This home  Is situated on loasod land and can bo purchased for only $10,000 down. F.P. $24,500.  jLQTS  BAY ROAD ��� with frontago on Dougal Road as  woll. These two valuable soml-watorfront lots  aro lovol and clear, only a stone's throw away  to oxcollont place to keep or launch your boat.  F.P. $12,500 and F.P. $14,500.  GRANDVIEW ROAD ��� at tho cornor of Pratt  Road, Extra largo lot with oxcollont view  potontlal, This has to bo,tha bost building lot In  this fast-growing droa, F.P. $13,900.  SARGENT ROAD ��� On tho upper side of tho  road ovorlooklng the Bay and as far Into  Goorgla Strait as tho oyo can soo, This lot In  doluxo homo area Is close to both shopping  and schools. F.P. $16,900.  GOWER POINT ROAD --. Waterfront: exceptionally woll-built full basement home.  Fireplaces up and down. Basdmont mostly  finished, 2 full baths with gold-plated .taps and  many dream home extras, such as an Intercom  system, thermopane windows and hugo car-  potod'sundock. All on 100 ft of watorfront near  Gospol Rock. Basomont could oasilyvbe a full  sulto. Absolute privacy and luxury. F.P.  $79,900.  SCHOOL & WYNGAERT ROADS ��� 0 duplox  zonod lots all boautlful vlow properties  overlooking tho Bay closo to schools and  shopping, All lots perfectly suited to sldo-by-  sldo or up/down duplox construction. Any lot  for F.P. $17,500. All for F.P, $139,000.  GOWER POINT ROAD ��� at tho corner of 14th.  This proporty has lovols cleared for tho  building site of your cholco. Excellent vlow of  Georgia Strait, Approximately 00 x 250, F.P.  $16,500,  LANGDALE ��� Spoctacular vlow from this largo,  corner lot. Provides an unobstructod vlow of  Howo Sound. Build your droam homo on this  lot. F.P, $17,900,  CEMETERY ROAD ��� En|oy Iho qulot privacy of  ono aero Ip rural Gibsons. The proporly It all  level and usablo land. Some vlow, F.P, $17,000,  SOUTH FLETCHER ��� at School Road ��� 2 lots,  40 x 150', small rentable cottago on one lol,  This lot has oxcollont potontlal as It has a  spectacular view of the ontlre Bay oroa and  Keats Island, Mostly cloarod and ready for tho  building of ono or two homes. F.P. $27,500,  SOUTH FLETCHER ������ 04' frontago on this lovely  2 lovol lot Whore you can build on either lovel  as thoro Is lane access to tho top lovol,  Panoramic vlow and closo to all amonltlos. This  |pt represents oxcellont  valuo,  F.P., $15,000,  HILLCREST ROAD ��� 2 side by side lots,  50 x 240, Vlow of tho Bay aroa. Closo to  schools ond shopping ��� sower In. Many troos  tolncludo In your landscaping Your cholco, F.P.  $13,500.  MALAVIQW ROAD ��� Cloarod, roady for  building, lot 67x123', Near proposed new  school, Torms. F.P. $13,000,  PRATT ROAD ��� N��ar proposed site of new  school, this lot It cloarod and ready to build  upon. Mature fruit trees dot this 76 x 125' lot.  F.P. $13,500.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT ��� with waterfront ns scarce as It Is this double lot represents  real value. E.P. $22,000,  UPLANDS ROAD ��� Tuwanek, Idoal  recreational lot In beautifully wooded and  park-llko aroa, zonod for Irallors. This lot  overlooks Socholt Inlot and the Lamb Islands.  F.P, $0,900,  REVEJUE  GIBSONS - Duplex, nowly renovated w/wall  to wall carpot, otc. Large 3 bodroom upper  suite w/flreplaco, Lower 2 bedroom, separate  ontranco, ole, Noar post offlco, easy walking lo  stores, etc. Well prlcod ot only F.P. $40,000.  LANGDALE RIDGE - - All lots prlvato and on cul  do sac. Lots havo spectacular view of Keats  Island ond the Gap. lot sires averago  72 x 220', approximately 1/3 aero. Walk to tho  ferries, yol has southwesterly exposure, Lot  prices $10,000 to $13,000,  HOPKINS LANDING ��� This up/down duplox  Offers largo 2 bodroom suites wllh a boautilul  vlow to iho front and your own swimming pool  to the bock. r.P: $65,000,  Only $2,500 down will buy you a boautlful 1 564 sq, f I, 3 bedroom condominium.  Call us for further information.  .'be coffee is always on ��� drop in for our free brochure.  1 ���y  /'. ";���        ^  7  r  7  PageB-6  Sechelt News Notes  This Saturday, July 31 Mrs. E. W. Lambe  will celebrate her 90th birthday; but not  sitting at her home. Mrs. .Lambe is nearing  the end of a five weeks visit to her hometown  Molde, Norway. Happy birthday, Amy, and  may you enjoy many more in good health.  Taking advantage of the fine weather,  Mrs. Marie Hoffar entertained a number of  local and out of town friends at a terrace  supper at her Secret Cove home. Visiting  their Aunt Marie were John and Rick Voice  and family of Burnaby.  Sadly missed by Burnaby and Pender  Harbour friends will be Mrs. Edith Carpenter  who passed away in her 91st year. One of the  first Post 83 life members as was Charlie  Brookman who also passed away this year.  This summer that comes and goes as each  turn of the wind is really showing up who's  who in the garden world. Some people are  already harvesting great quantities of  vegetables and fruit, while others see theirs  struggling to survive let alone produce.  Mine is in the latter group and hav.ing a  horse roll on part of it does not help one bit.'  The fish story of the week, did you hear  about the salmon that was so greedy he  grabbed two herring at the same mouthful?  What made this most interesting was the fact  each herring was attached to a hook.  Two fishermen eagerly fighting a fish  reels singing out at the same time.  Fortunately the dual fish catchers were in  the same boat and happily shared the 14  pounder, that really was well hooked with  PEGGY CONNOR 885-9347  both hooks, and so came readily aboard.  Mrs. Mary Henderson was another  traveller who was glad to return to Sechelt.  Off to visit her sister-in-law, Marg Shier in  Concord, California, where she missed the 100  degree F weather. It had cooled down to  90., Time for a visit with sister-in-law, Joyce  Anderson, in San Hose and a side trip to  Carmal where the water was swirling with  undertows to make swimming a risky  business. Bussed down alone but returned by  car with niece, Patty Lynn Shier. Niece,  Launa Henderson, came up from White Rock  for a visit at the same time.  Ted and Dorothy Le Page from Halifax  had a happy visit with friends, Phyllis Parker  and Cec and Mary Gordon. Ted was with the  Gulf Lines when they plied these waters.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webster from  Langley, guests of Parkers and Gordons  enjoyed touring the Pender Harbour area  with its beautiful scenery.  Popular gal, formerly from these parts is  staying at the Big Maples in Wilson Creek.  This is Mrs. Mary Rudolph. Mary is working  with Indian Affairs in Whitehorse as nurse at  the Native residential school, working harder  than she ever has, getting up at 5 a.m. in 50  below weather. Husband, Norm, is working  with the railway, so doesn't enjoy the same  holiday time as Mary. Good to see her back if  only for a visit.  Mrs. Louise Lang has her cousin, Helen  McCain and husband visiting her and Ben,  from Pittsburg, California.  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 28, 1976  >1*  v. J  Arts Cen  proposa  SEAN CONNERY and Audrey Hepburn  star in the adventure romance Robin  and Marian opening at the Twilight  Theatre. The film focuses on Robin  Hood's later years when he returns from  the Crusades to face the same foes of his  youth.  re  made  A return to the golden age of screen  romance is celebrated in "Robin and  Marian," Columbia Pictures release starring  Sean Connery, Audrey Hepburn ahd Robert  Shaw opening at the Twilight Theatre,  Directed by Richard Lester, the romantic  adventure deals with the Sherwood Forest  hero's twilight years.  Battle-weary, wiser, and no longer a  young man, Robin Hood was returned to the  tranquility of the Forest following the years  of the Crusades and King Richard's death.  His once gallant merry men are a tattered  band. His beloved Maid Marian is a nun in an  abbey.  But the suffering of the people throughout  the villainy of King John and the Sheriff of  Nottingham remains the same. So, once  having rekindled the ardor of his lost love,  Robin returns to the fray for a final battlefield  confrontation with his lifelong arch-enemy,  Audrey Hepburn's starring role In "Robin  nnd Marian" marks n return to the screen for  the Academy Award-winning actress after an  absence of eight years. For Scan Connery, the  film Is yet another departure from his Image  as supcrspy James Bond and follows his  acclaimed performance in "The Wind and the  Lion", and "The Man Who Would Be King."  Robert Show portrays the Sheriff of Nottingham, not us a stock vlllian, but a man of  integrity with a grudging respect for his foe.  Also .starred nre Richard Harris in a biting  enmeo ns King Richard, NlcOl Willlnmaon an  Little John, Dcnholm Elliott (Will Scarlet)  Ronnie Barker (ono of England's most  popular television personalties as Friar  Tuck), Kenneth Haigh and Ian Holm,  AUDREY  SEAN        HEPBiURN TROBERT  CONNERY        n SHAW  ROBIN AND MARIAN"  NICOL WnULAMSON  RICHARD HARRIS  4�� Richard the Lionhetri  WED. TO SAT.  JULY 28-31  ���MATURE.  Occasional  violence  throughout.  liiilelllllipailiii��  W^S&SLWmWSSmiWmWkM  Late Movie���Double Feature  HOLIDAY SPECIAL        '"tC^^T  CAVALCADE  iiiMiiifirafi!i%���K  Gi b s onsYtYYi;^^  HJ#ICiiP  &.���.    WATEIS   CLEA  CHIEF DAN GEORGE, well-known  Canadian actor, was on the Sunshine  Coast last week to shoot an episode of the  Beachcombers. The episode, entitled  Hail to the Chief, was shot partially at  the Sechelt Indian Reserve.  Our Goal is  to make work  *��*% MMMk /.m  '     And here are the Super Tools  3S mUCfl TUu        from Piston Powered Products  gc r\fs\f "*lm't0 make jt happen ���  A proposed cultural centre for the Village  of Sechelt was presented at village council  meeting July 21.  As proposed by the Sunshine Coast.Arts  Council the cultural centre would include an  art gallery, craft shop workshops and  museum.  The centre would be built by a member of  the Arts Council who is experienced in log  building construction. The arts council hopes  for money from the recreation commission to  finance the building.  1 The Arts Council asked the village to  consider setting aside the three village-owned  lots across from Hackett Park as a site for the  centre.  Council moved to have a meeting between  representatives of the Arts Council, Lions  Club, Chamber of Commerce and Village  council on August 10 to discuss the proposal.  The Arts Council is also considering  building a large Cultural centre with theatre,  gallery and workshops at the Roberts Creek  Recreation Site. >  Village council postponed consideration of  the Arts Council's request for a $300 grant  until a copy of the Arte Council's budget is  received.  Closing ceremonies of the Olympics on  Sunday, August 1 and CBC radio returns to  normal programming on Monday.  Wednesday through Saturday July 28-31,  continuation of Olympic programming.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 1  Random Hour 7 a.m. includes news at 7  a.m., Neighbourly News at 7:19; Voice of the  Pioneer at 7:29; B.C. Gardener at 7:40 a.m.,  Olympic Magazine 8:03 a.m.  Sunday Magazine 9:05 a.m. a detailed look  at the major news stories of the past week.  Sports Magazine 10:03 a.m. Olympic  roundup.  Gilmour's Albums 11:03 a.m. Piano  Concerto in D. Hadyn; Charles Craig sings  excerpts from La Boheme and Rigoletto.  Antonin Kubalek plays his arrangements of  works by Sousa. Roger Wagner Chorale.  Capital Report 12:05 p.m. Analytical news  commentary.  Folk Circle 1:03 p.m. folk music on  records.  Olympic Summer Switchboard 2:10 p.m.  national phone-in from Montreal.  Final Olympic Magazine 4:03 p.m.  Olympic Closing Ceremonies and  Equestrian events 6 p.m. Grand Prix second  round.  Variety International 7:23 p.m. approx.  Part 9 Louis Armstrong story. Words and  Music, Sammy Cahn.  The Art of the Collector 9:03 p.m.  Chamber Music, Schubert, Bartok, Brahms,  Beethoven.  CBC Playhouse 10:30 p.m. 'The Foundry  House' by Brian Friel set in Derry, Northern  Ireland.  MONDAY, AUGUST 2  Music of Our People 8:03 p.m. From  Toronto's Harbourfront, Alexandre Zelkine in  folk songs from around the world arranged by  Milan Kymlicka.  Identities 8:30 p.m. from Vancouver with  host Jurgen Hesse.  The Great Canadian Gold Rush 10:30 p.m.  profile from the BBC of English rock singer  Rod Stewart.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 3  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 p.m. Parti. Heinz  Hollinger, oboe and English horn, in concert  with Victor Martin and Adele Armin,  violinists, Paul Armin, viola, Peter Schenk-  man, cello and George Brough, piano. Part 2.  9 p.m. The Mirror, a memoir of Ouida by  Phyllis Malcolm Stewart. Ouida, whose real  name was Maria Louise de la Ramee was a  writer of romantic novels in the 19th century  ���her first book appeared in serial form when  she was nine. Remembered today are Two  Flags and A Dog of Flanders.  EVERY FRIDAY  EVERY MONDAY  EVERY TUESDAY  July 29 ��� Tot-Lot Boko Solo, Trail Bay Moll, Thursday, July 29. 10-12 noon.  July 31 ��� Tot-Lol Rummago 8, Plant Salo. 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WiIhoii Creek  * 7  v ���-*���  \(/(.   �����-v  /  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ���-by Mary Tinkley  After a slow start, Redrooffs reaJJy came  to life on July 17,with activity from one end of  the beach to the other. While the Country Fair  was drawing crowds to Cooper's Green,,the  Redrooffs Beach and Country Club tennis  tournament was being played off at the tennis  court and square dancing was in full swing at  Sandfprd Dene, the home of Alan and  Marguerite Jacques.  A report of the Country Fair appeared in  last week's issue of the Times, accompanied  by some excellent pictures by Valorie Lennox. The Fair was a real community effort  with help coming from all age groups. It was  particularly encouraging to see how many of  the younger residents took an active part.  Some of the teenagers who helped were  Shane Renouf who dispensed popcorn, panny  Widston who gave invaluable help on the  white elephant stall, Greg Hill who accompanied the parade, Donald Dombroski  who helped witii the fishpond and. Mary  Connor who was kep busy blowing baljoons in  a valiant endeavour to keep up with the  demand. Two nine year olds who were as  busy as beavers were Margaret Connor and  Michelle Grognet.  The proceeds of the Fair will be used for  recreation for the children and teenagers of  the Bay. The Halfmoon Bay Recreation  Commission who must be congratulated on a  most successful endeavour, extend thanks to  the Welcome Beach Community Association  for the use of their equipment.  The finalists in the tennis tournament of  the Redrooffs.Beach and Country Club were v  Bruce Robinson and Jeff Mulberry versus  Penny Collinson and Jerry Dix.  Jeff Mulberry, though only 12 years old  and considerably younger than the other  finalists, played a brilliant game, more than  compensating for his size by his speed,  energy and, enthusiasm. The exciting and  hard-fought game resulted in a win for Bruce  and Jeff by six games to four. Jeff was the  guest of Stuart Rowles at the Ross McAllister  home. Convenor of the tournament was  Sharon Hunt who had just returned.from a  visit to the Calgary stampede.  At Sandford Dene, the Jacques were hosts  to about 40 square dancer's from the See-saw  Squares of Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast  Country Squares. Callers were Maurice-  Hemstreet and Harry Robertson of Gibsons  and Viv Pallot of Richmond. Dancing on the  lawn between the house and the beach was  interspersed with swimming, horseshoe  pitching and a delightful smorgasbord sup  per. The Jacques were assisted by their house  guests. Alan's brother and sister-in-law, Les  and Wynne Jacques and Norm and Ruth"  Hutton of the See-saw Club.  Sven and Helen Sorensen and  their  children Alan, Sonja and Keny have now .  settled at Welcome Beach in the home for-,  merly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lynds  who have moved to Gibsons.  Mrs. Jim Graves has returned home after  driving across Canada to Trois Rivieres and  back. Her daughter, Carson Doyle and her  two grandchildren Kim and Julie accompanied her on the outgoing journey' and  after leaving Carson to take a six weeks'  course at the University of Quebec, Mrs.  Graves drove home with her grandchildren.  They took four weeks to make the return trip,  driving in easy stages, resting up for a few  days at Trois Rivieres and sometimes  camping overnight. Carson's course will be in  the French language, but concerned rather  than actively living and thinking in French  rather than classroom studying.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mercer of Eureka have  announced the engagement of their daughter,  Corrinne, to Jim Mahar, son of Mr. and Mrs.  Ralph Mahar of Halfmoon Bay. The announcement vwas celebrated with a small  family champagne party at the Mercer home.  Mrs. Ed. Baker and her daughter, Lynn  Courturier, who have not yet recovered from  a car accident in which they were involved in  North Vancouver in March, have been en  tertaining two of Mrs. Baker's grandchildren,  Deanna and Corinna Bell of North Van* '���  couver. At the Anton Kadin home at Eureka  have been old friends from Riondel, Mr. and .  Mrs. Erik Halstrom, who were accompanied  by relatives from Sweden enjoying their, first I  visit to Canada. Guest of Mr. and Mrs. John'  A.JMacDonald at Square Bay is Mrs. N. Tuff  of Vancouver. At'the Alex Ellis home at  Redrooffs has been Alex's brother, Dick Ellis  of Kinistino, Sask. and hisinephew, Bob Ellis  and his family from Regina. Mel and Myrtle  Sparrow arrived from Abbotstord to enjoy  some fishing at the Jack Temple home.  Visiting former neighbours at Middle Point  have been Joe and Lily Adams of White Rock.  Mrs.  Helen Dratsch of Seacrest has:,  recently had two old friends from Germany  visiting her for four weeks. They were Mrs.,,  Ruth   Klebig   from   Bremen   and   Mrs.'  Theodora Groth from East Germany who is  . almost a lifelong friend.  In 1922-23, she and Mrs. Dratsch attended  the High School of Commerce in Stettin,  which was at that time part ofGermany but is  now in Poland. When Mrs. Dratsch fled to the  .West in 1945, Mrs. Groth stayed in East  Germany, but throughout the 30 intervening  years, they have always kept in touch. Mrs.  Groth and Mrs. Klebig had planned to meet in  Frankfurt and fly to Vancouver by the same  charter flight. However, the charter flight left  ahead of schedule and Mrs., Groth did not  arrive from East Germany in time to board  it. After a three day visit in Frankfurt, Air  Canada put her on another flight for Vancouver. This involved Mrs. Dratsch in' two  trips to.Vancouver before the three old  friends could be reunited. Both her visitors,  enjoyed the Sunshine Coast very much and.  made extensive walking tours. They also saw  something ot Vancouver and were 'particularly delighted with Chinatown which is a"  feature of Canadian city life which they, do not  have in Europe.  There has been an invasion of Redrooffs  by four generations of the Corson family from  Vancouver. They were distributed over three  houses, Tip Corson being the guest of his  brother-in-law, Don Ross, while Mrs. Corson  and her cousin, Sheila Tucker of Middx,  England, stayed at the Tinkley home and the  Corson's son, Bill Corson and his family were  at the Garnet cottage. Bill's guests included  his daughter, Kerry, Savard, with husband  Gordie and their baby daughter, Tamara.  Another interesting guest was Ted Deeley,  whom many people will remember as the  gifted comedian of Holiday on Ice for many  years. Ted was accompanied.by his wife  Margaret.  Notices have been sent out to all members  of the Welcome Beach Community  Association advising that the annual general  meeting will be held at the Welcome Beach  Hall on Wednesday, August 11 at 8 p.m.  Members who have not yet paid their dues  can send them to the secretary, Mary Tinkley.  The Peninsula Times PageB-7  .      Wednesday, July 28,1976  tire nazar��  low*iti��cS&rai<e  Pender Harbour Ranger Station reports a  high to moderate fire hazard for the Pender  Harbour area.  A low fire hazard for the Sechelt area is  reported by the Sechelt Ranger Station.  ;  On July 1 three members of the Pender  Harbour station fought a forest fire on Nelson  Island. The fire was started when lightening  struck a tree stump. One-tenth of an acre was  destroyed in the blaze.  Members of the Sechelt Ranger Station  extinguished a small fire near Trout Lake  July 20. Rangers believe the fire started from  an abandoned campfire.  Throughout the province 536 fires have  been reported up to July 16 this year. Forty-  six hew fires were reported from July 9.to 16.  Twenty-two of those were still burning on  July 16.  All fires are under control.  High hazards are reported in the Southern  interior, with moderate hazards in the  Cariboo, Prince George and Vancouver  Forest districts.  WEDNESDAY, JULY 28  CHANNEL 2  , CHANNEL4   CHANNEL 5   CHANNELS   CHANNEL7   CHANNEL8   CHANNEL 12  00  15  30  45  00  15  30  45  00  15  30  45  00  15  30  45  6  00  15  30  45  00  15  30  45  00  15  30  45  00  | 15  30  45  10  11  12  oo"  15  30  45  Olympics  Olympics  Olympics  Olympics  General  Hospital  ConVd  Edge Of  Another  World  Another.  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He was arranging for the delivery of  the canoes to Salmon Inlet where the  voyageurs were camped.  "Porteau Camp is a fantastic programm"  Fairbridge said, "and it really works." He  explained that the camp is run for four  months during the winter and has a one  month summer program. The young people  are there by court order, part of their  probation." The camp handles 30 young'men  aged 13 to 16 and has been operating for eight  years.  Fairbridge explained the groups start out  at ten but adds, "As they run away, the group  gets smaller." He added, "If one of the boys  runs away, he's just screwinn himself around  because we bring him back. We have this  thing at Porteau that there is only one way out  - through the front door. Once you are sent  there, you finish it, no matter how long it  takes."  The camp is located on Howe Sound between Squamish and Horseshoe Bay. There  are three living units and a large dining hall.  "There's good food and lots of it," Fairbridge  said, "and they have to work for it."  He said an average morning would consist  of rising at 6 a.m. for a two mile run, a swim  | in the ocean and exercises and then breakfast. After breakfast the group does work  projects in the camp. "Every group leaves  the camp improved," Fairbridge said, "They  know that: if they got some comfort in the  camp it is because some other group did it for  them. Fairbridge, a probation officer in West  Vancouver, is the camp's senior instructor  and co-ordinator. ' ��� "' -  "The last two weeks of the camp," he  explained, "for this group is a hike. There are  three groups in the camp, the hiking group,  the mountaineering group and the sailing  group. This group Is on a two week hike from  McNab Creek, over the mountains to Salmon  Inlet. They will then canoe down Sechelt Inlet,  portage through Sechelt and canoe from  Sechelt back to Howe Sound."  Included in the two weeks is a three day  solo when the young men are put out in the  woods for 72 hours with a sleeping bag, some  fishing line, hooks, five matches, 3 oxo cubes,  a brewing pot and a plastic sheet.  According to Fairbridge, the young men  for the camp come from all over the  province; but primarily from the city. "They  always say, 'I can't do it.' 'It's impossible.'  They always underestimate their potential."  Some Sunshine Coast young people have been  included in the program.  "Every minute they are in the camp they  have got something to do," Fairbridge said,  "They are not allowed free time. If they're  not being instructed in something, they're  working. There are a great number of work  projects including community work. The  community has really gotten behind these  guys and worked with them."  Even if the group runs out of shore work,  they have access to an old tug and they can  spend time pulling deadheads out of Howe  Sound.  Talking about community support of the  camp, Fairbridge said, "It's surprising the  impression people have of kids who come  through the court.,They're just ordinary kids  and after watching them and seeing them  work on community projects, the people  come to realize this."  After, the voyageurs return to camp, they  will start making preparations for their  'graduation' which will include a sports day  and a graduation dinner. Judge Ian Walker of  Squamish is the 'Dignity in residence' at the  graduation ceremonies.  "Many of the graduates want to know how  they can come back to the camp as instructors," Fairbridge said, "We keep in  touch with the grads through a newsletter and  they return occasionally for a reunion hike,  usually an overnight affair."  Fairbridge hopes the camp will be going  full time next year; but one thing stands in  the way. "The provincial government has put  a freeze on hiring so we can't hire the staff to  have the camp going full time. If that can be  worked out, then we will go full time."  Graduation Day for the young men on the  present program is July 31.  DIESEL cat poised, at the end of the  Gibsons Sechelt Municipal airport is not  readying itself for take-off. The cat was  donated by Tag Nygard, a member of  the Areo Club, to clear the airport to  conform with Ministry of Transport  regulations.  PageB-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 28,1976  UNITED CHURCH  Rev. Annotto M. Rolnhardt  886-2333  9:30 a.m. ��� St. John's Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m. ��� Gibsons  offlco hours lor nppolntmoritv,  Tuos, -- 1 -.00 p.m. to 4;00 p.m.  Wod. - 1:00 p.m. lo 4;00 p.m.  Fri,   ��� 9:30 to 12:30  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  H86-7449  Merinnid and Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School-9:45a.m.  MoniliiR Worship .Service, 11:15 a.m.  Wed. Bible Study - 7:(K) p.m.  livening Fellowship ~-7 p.m.  2nd it 4th Sunday of every mouth.  Pastor: F. Napora  885-9905  SEVENTH-DAY  ADVENTIST CHURCH  Potior C. Drloliorn  SABBATH SCHOOL-Sat, 2:30  pm  HOUR OF WORSHIP - Sat, 4:00 pm  ST. JOHN'S UNITED CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  / Evoryono Wolcomo  For   Information   Phono   085-9750  083-2736  r��l��WVf,. I't ��,,<..! Im .1,1 ��.<<M t,M*��*A  <*'��, .lull.  |r��.| .n.,1.,,.,,,,  I"' I "  pannapaction.  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Services and Sunday School are held  each Sunday at 11:15 a.m. In St. John's  United Church, Davis Bay.  WEDNESDAY EVENING TESTIMONY  7:30 p.m.  All Welcome  Phone 885-3157 or 886-7882.  ROIAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T. Nicholson, Pasta,*  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  * 7:30 p.m. Sat. eve. nt Our Lady ot  Lourdcs Church on the Sechelt Indian  Reserve.  * 9:00 n.m. nt The Holy Fnmily Church  in Sechelt  * 11:00 n.m. nt St. Mary's Church In  Gibsons Phone 885-9526      ���!��� ������     J   --   ,M     -  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Dnvis Bay Kond nl Arbutus  Davis Bay  Sunday School ,, l();(K) a.m.  MorniitK Service  11:15a.m.  Evening, Service 7:00 p.m.  Wed. Prayer and Bible Study  Phono 885-2106  St. Hilda's Anglican  Church, Sechelt  Sorvieti Every Sunday  l\;'M) a.in. and 10 a.m.  The Hev. IN ..I. (iodktn,  an:i-264o  teniors Bial  slafii  Sechelt Village Council is considering a  by-law to exempt the senior citizens hall from  paying village taxes.  The exemption will only apply as long as  the hall is used by the senior citizens  association.  In past years the village council has  assessed taxes on the hall and then given the  senior citizens association a grant to pay the  taxes.  A by-law exempting the hall from taxes  would simplify the process.  The by-law is to be drafted over the summer  and wUl come up for consideration by council  before the fall election.  Village clerk Tom Wood expects the bylaw will be voted on during the election this  fall.  Gibsons School of Theatre Dance reports  that every student who was entered for an  examination this year was successful.  Rebecca Goodwin, Michelle Graham and  Christine Irvine were examined in Vancouver  by Miss Debbie Bowes. Miss Bowes is a  teacher at the National Ballet School. All  three girls were successful in their respective  examinations and received encouraging  comments from the examiner.  . At the time of writing Christine is studying  at the Banff School of Fine Arts for the  summer.  Many students were examined in Gibsons  at the Twilight Theatre by representatives of  the Canadian Dance Teachers Association.  Results as follows:  The minimum mark required for a pass is  65 per cent. (The mark 'pass plus' indicates  approx. 70 per cent which is better than a  plain pass but not as high as commended.)  Claire Bujan took two examinations on the  same day and was successful in both. She was  'commended' in her Test One Ballet and  received 'pass plus' in her Test Two.  Colleen Cook, Darcie Montgomery, Shane  Plows, Julie Macedo and Donna Read all  passed Test One Ballet 'pass plus*. Andrea  Mathews was commended in Test One. Trina  Robinson got 'pass plus' in her Test One  Ballet and 'commended' in her Grade One  Tap Dancing. (Trina was a complete  beginner in both ballet and tap last October.)  Carol and Wendy Montgomery passed  Test Two Ballet 'pass plus.' Joanne Norris  was 'commended' and Stephanie Read was  'highly commended.'  Gillian Morrow, Danielle Dolinsky and  Nancy Montgomery passed Test Three Ballet  'pass plus.' Nancy wUl be attending the CDTA  summer school this year in Vancouver.  Cindy Crosby was 'highly commeded' in  Test Three. Eileen Connor passed her Test  Three Ballet 'pass plus' and her Grade Two  Tap 'highly commended.'  Karen Boothroyd was 'highly commended'  in both here Grade Two and Bronze Medal  Test in tap dancing and passed her Test Three  Ballet 'pass plus.'  Lorena Comeau was commended in her  TISSUE  THIS FELLOW, the official Timber  Days symbol, finally has something to  smile about, a $50 donation to St. Mary's  hospital. The donation was made on  behalf of artist Hugh Weatherby by the  Timber Days committee. The Timber  Days Committee made the donation at  Weatherby's request in return for  Weatherby's drawing of the symbol.  The provincial government has agreed to  grant $1,288 to Peninsula Recycling.  The amount equals the $1,288 granted to  Peninsula Recycling by the Villages of  Gibsons, Sechelt and by the regional board.  The funds are to be distributed through the  regional board.  SECHELT  TOTEM CLUB  Fridays - 8:00 p.m.  RESERVE HALL  50 calls for $300.00  two $50 game*  EVERYONE WELCOME  Tang  SALAD  DRESSING  32 oz.  Perfex  ;LEA���I  64 oz.  Husky  251/2oz.  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