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 '  *%L  7  ./   ���'  7.  7    y  7  7  n  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  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 13 ��� No. 44  Wednesday, September 29, 1976  Pender Harbour Secondary and Sechelt  Junior Secondary school problems are being  worked out.  Pender Harbour Secondary, temporarily  set up in portable units, is expected to re-open  September 27.  At their September 23 meeting school  board members were told that removal of the  debris was well under way and that the water  system was "two-thirds in."  After being held up by the Construction  Labor Relations. Association's lock-out the  new completion date for Sechelt Junior  Secondary is October 21 to 21.  The lock-out was scheduled to end September 27.  Continuing education classes which were  scheduled for Sechelt Junior Secondary have  been changed.  The school will not be ready in.time to  start the planned continuing' .education  classes in the beginning of October. A  spokesman for continuing education called  the situation regrettable and added, "None of  the courses can be moved to Sechelt  Elementary School either because they  require special classrooms or simply because  there is no extra space available."  The two badminton classes and the  recreation program will start at the junior  secondary in the beginning of November, and  it is hoped that the lunch room will be ready to  accommodate acrobatics, fencing, and tai-  chi.  The woodshop is rescheduled to start on  November 2, international cooking and office  procedures on November 3, and Batik on  November 4.  The courses planned for Sechelt  Elementary School will start according to  schedule in the first week of October.  Copies of the program are available at the  school board office, 886-2225.  Gibsons will be applying for $400,000 under  the Neighbourhood Improvement Plan. The  plan, a joint project of the federal, provincial  and local governments, makes the money  available for improving neighborhood appearance or facilities.  In a committee meeting last week, Gibsons council gave its village clerk the go  . ahead to make application for the money.  The village is looking at receiving $200,000  from the federal government, $100,000 from  the provincial government and putting in  $100,000 of its own.  A spokesman for the village said the  village was fortunate in that under the terms  of the plan, only certain neighborhoods could  be designated as recipients of the money; but  in the case of Gibsons, the entire village has  been declared a neighborhood, so the money  could be spent as and where the council  decides.  The village spokesman said the council  has decided they would like to spend any  money received on recreational aspects of the  village and kicked around a number of  ideas. He said council would decide on a basic  plan and then take it to the public for their  input.  "Once the council decides on a basic plan,  they will be calling on the participation of  neighborhood groups," he said.  rot Brers  ����ting set  A group will meet Sunday to discuss  formation of a chapter of Big Brothers in tho  Sunshine Coast area.  Bob Wetmorc told The Times that the need  for U>c organization, through which fatherless  Iwys are given the companionship of an older  male person, lwul been recognized on the  Sunshine Coast.  "We're calling the meeting to set up a  .steering committee," Wetmorc said, "and we  would like anyone interested in any aspect of  Big Brothers, that is potential Big Brothers or  mothers of potential Little Brothers or  anyone Interested In working with tho  organization to attend the meeting."  The meeting will he held at 2 p.m. October  3 iit the Sechelt Legion.  Wetmore said Peter Sandercock,  president of Big Brothers of B.C. Is scheduled  lo attend the meeting as Is Alan Johaston,  executive director for B.C. of the  organization. They will be on hand to talk  about Big Brothers and answer any questions  about the organization.  The film 'A Friend for Joey' will also Im>  shown. It deals with the organization and how  It assists with the relationship between I he  Big and Little Brother.  More information about the organization  or the meeting may be obtained by calling  Welmore at HttMHKKi.  ��  \  wmamm*  A Powell River woman claims she saw  those tank cars of liquid chlorine plunge into  Malaspina Strait last year; but never thought  to contact authorities. -  A barge carrying the four railroad tank  cars overturned during heavy seas onFeb. 19,  1975, and the tanks have remained on the  bottom since that time. Extensive searches  have failed to give any clue to their location.  The woman, who for personal reasons  wishes to remain unidentified, never  discussed what she saw with anyone until  fairly recently. She met someone who works  on towboats and told him she knew where the  tanks went down.  She recalled the events of the morning in  question, but couldn't remember the date or  the time. It was very early in the morning,  she said, but light enough to see fairly well.  He oldest daughter was sick, and she was  up looking after her. From her living room  she can look out over the strait, and says she  noticed a barge being towed in very rough  water.  A few minutes later she looked out again,  and saw "a big splash in the water."  Reaching for a pair of binoculars, she looked  more closely and saw that water in the im  mediate area was stained yellow. The stain  was "maybe 10 times as long as tne tugboat,  maybe less," she said.  She said her youngest child, 10 years old at  the time, was up with her and also witnessed  the splash. *  The tugboat turned around, she said, and  was later joined by at least one more tug and  an RCMP boat. She said she could read the  letters on the side of the police boat through  her binoculars.  The woman says she turned on the radio  about two hours later and heard reports of  what had happened.. "For myself, I didn't  think it (the chlorine) could be dangerous,"  she said, and left matters to the authorities.  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The cool   particularly on the Howe Sound and  of fog shrouded Howe Sound last week as   autumn nights and the hot slimmer days   Sechelt Inlet areas.  this catamaran sat at anchor off the,  have produced heavy, fog conditions, ��� Timesphoto by Don Morberg  A bylaw to give Gibsons its second neighborhood tavern was gwen first reading in  Gibsons council last week.  MTR Holdings of Gibsons have made  application to rezone the property at the  corner of Highway 101 and School Road in  Lower Gibsons for purposes of making  a neighborhood pub out of the old Inglis home.  The rezoning application asks to rezone the  bottom half of Lots 22 and 23 of Lots 20, Block  2, District Lot 686. Lot 22 contains the old  Inglis house and lot 23 is a parking area  formerly used by Charlie Mandelkau as a car  storage area.  Council gave the bylaw to rezone first  reading and a public hearing on the matter  has been scheduled for October 7.  This is MTR's second attempt to establish  ' a second neighborhood pub in Gibsons.  Earlier they had considered using the former  Pazko Fibreglasing * building but met with  considerable neighborhood opposition^ well  as zoning difficulties^  This application,-as well, may run into  some opposition.. MTR's proposal include  some renovations'.to" the structure and the  idea of changing the outside of the structure is  being opposed by Fred Inglis of Gibsons,  grandson of Dr. Fredrick Inglis who built the  ,'horae>?,Y /-V        '    '  Frfd Inglis told The Times he did not  ������oppose the pub application; but only opposed  any structural changes to the building.  "I want the historical importance of the  building recognized," Inglis said, "I have  approached the provincial government,  Heritage Canada and the National Historical  Sites people about the possibility ofShaving  them purchase the building. The building is  important to the history of Canada and to the  history of the Sunshine Coast and it should be  preserved. Too many buildings are being torn  down because they're not 100 years old; but if  they're torn down, they won't get to be 100  years old."  A history of the house, known as  Stonehurst, is contained in today's Peninsula  Times.  "If I can get the governments to share my  concern, the campaign will gain credability,"  Inglis said. "Then perhaps the council would  do something about it."  Inglis said that council has the power  under the Heritage Act to declare any  building a heritage building.  The modifications to the house, Inglis said,  will make it a completely different structure  and are therefore not acceptable. "I'm sorry  to be inflexible in this," he said, "but it is an  inflexible issue. I don't see any reason to talk  to MTR about it."  Inglis said he is starting this week to  circulate a petition in the village to make the  people aware the  building  should be  a  historical site. He has drawn up a history of  - the building and it will be attached to copies  ��� of the petition. .,.*       '  "I'm not opposed to the pub," Inglis said,  "but if being opposed to the pub is the only  way to saye the building, then I will be opposed to it." ''  Inglis said he has had posjtiye support  from the, people he has talked to in the village.  He added that he would eventually like to see  the building purchased by the community and  used as a historical site.  "So many times, buildings like this are  lost and years from now people say, 'Why did  they.let it happen?' "  He added he was considering making a  presentation at the public hearing, but, "I'm  not opposed to the rezoning or the pub, I just  . want people to recognize the house as a  heritage building and if that means oppose  the rezoning, then I will."  Gibsons Council is presently preparing for  a rezoning application from MTR Holdings of  Gibsons to rezone the property on which the  old Inglis home stands to allow them to turn  the building into a neighborhood pub.  Some controversy is developing around  the application; but as a neighborhood pub or  not the building has deep significance both in  the history of Gibsons Landing and in  Canadian political history.  In Gibsons history, it was the home of the  Inglis family who cared for most of the  medical needs for (he population of the lower  Sunshine Coast from 1914 to 1946 with Dr.  Fredrick Inglis and then with Dr. Hugh  Inglis.  In Canadian history, it was the home of  J.S. Woodsworth who became one of the  founders of the CCF party. The CCF  manifesto had its beginnings in the house in  conversations between Woodward, the  Inglis', members of the Finnish community  and others, according to area oldtimers.  The following history of the house Is the  first of two parts. It was compiled by Gibsons  resident Fred Inglis, grandson of Dr. F���  Inglis.  The first part deals with the early history  of the house and the Inglis family and comes  mainly from a biography prepared by Dr.  Hugh Inglis about his father for the Woodward Library at UBC.  The second part, about the Woodward  family, comes in part from J.S. Woodward's  biography written by his daughter,  parliamentarian Grace Mclnnis.  Gibsons, as is only reasonable, has  changed much since its founding. It has  grown a lot in the Intervening years and many  of Uie Gibsons people of today have no connection with its past. But much has not been  gained without there being a predictable loss.  The historical face of this town is being left to  succumb to time and the developer. Thank  goodness we have hot been an unfortunate as  Sechelt. It would be a tragedy if all our older  houses arc lost, partlculary when it is  realized they are the most visible and  representative artifacts we have.  Cynics who care little may say nothing  important ever happened here and besides we  liave a museum. But something did happen  here. Our history happened here ��� and It  didn't happen in a museum. Of course it is  true that we have a museum containing a fine  collection of our past but unfortunately in one  of the most unimaginative and least historical  buildings possible. ,  Real consideration must be given now to  preserve at least some of what's left,  something from the early period that was a  large part of the people's lives. The Heritage  Act offers the mechanism. No better example  of such a historic dwelling can be found than  the original Inglis home, situation just across  the street from the cemetery containing the  town's founder. Its location in the old part of  town is perfect and its architecture is typical  of the era. It was built by Dr. Fredericklnglis  and his brother Jim, completed in 1914 and  given Uie name Stonehurst.  Any building, however, is only as important as the people involved with it and the  history they created. No Gibsons house ever  involved more people than this one. As Dr.  Inglis' home, clinic, anid pharmacy one can  easily imagine how central the house was to  the communicy over the decades. Older  residents of Gibsons witnessed at first hand  how Dr. F. Inglis, and later his son Hugh,  practised medicine there with a dedication  and devotion rarely met.  Dr. Frederick Inglis received his M.D. and  also his degree in divinity at Manitoba  University in 1904. In 1913, after practising as  a medical missionary at,Telegraph Creek in  northern B.C., he and his growing family  came to Gibsons. Except for a few years  before the Second World War when there was  a doctor in Sechelt, he was the sole medical  service in this area from 1914 to 1946.   ,  His practice extended from Halfmoon Bay  to Port Mellon'and included the adjacent  islands. Transportation was always a  problem. At first he used a somewhat  diminutive horse -- he was a big man ���  called Paddy, which gallantly carried him to  Sechelt and Halfmoon Bay. After the horse he  used a bicycle, later a motorcycle, and finally  a car. He became quite a virtuoso on the  motorcycle and could make the long trips to  Halfmoon Bay in quick time.  Dr. F. Inglis was a keen participant in  community affairs. He was a member of tho  Gibsons village council for several years and  took an active part in School Board meetings  ��� See Page A-4  o protect rights'  The October 14 general strike Is to protect  something Iwislc to the trade union  movement, according to a member of the  B.C. Federation of Labor executive,  Hon Johnston, B.C. Fed research and  education director, told The times that  lxicau.se the federal anti-inflation measures  arc a violation of basic collective bargaining  rights, the October 14 protest was organized.  On the Sunshine ('oast to address a  meeting of the Sunshine ��oaat NDP  association, Johnston told The Times tlmt the  Canadian Labor Congress had exhausted all  other means of trying to get their message to  the federal government. "We tried  everything, briefs, public relations, we even  Imd a demonstration In Ottawa with 35,000  workers. Wc either have to take thejiext step  or accept the controls. The controls attack the  very basis of free Imrgninlng. There is no way  we can give that up."  The 'next .step' Johnston referred to Is the  ono day general work stoppage the CLC has  called for October 14.  "It's not a general strike," Johnston said,  "There is a fine difference. We have expressed oppostlon because the controls have  controlled wages and not prices or profits.  For example, tho clerks at Safeway had their  wages, rolled back $1 an hour but how much  did Safeway have their prices rolled back?"  Asked If the labor congress Imd an  alternative to tho price controls, Johnston  said, I'The CLC presented a 10 point program  of alternatives and promised solid cooperation If they were followed; but they  were not very popular moves with the federal  government. They called for control on  energy prices, more housing, control on land  speculation, control on lntcrc&t rates, rent  control, more consideration for pensioners,  dealing with unemployment, ratioi.nl  monetary   policy   and   Investigations   into  ������Sccl'ngeA-4  STONEHUitST, built in the early 1000*8,  Is being considered as n neighlxnhood  pub. The house Is located at the corner of  Highway 101 and School Road In Ixiwer  Gibsons. The bylaw to rezone the land  Tor a neighborhood pub has been tfiven  first rending and n public hearing hns  kx:xwm\4i\  l)cen set for October- 7. There is a  campaign to preserve the building as a  historical site.  ~- Timesphoto c       x ���  A  A  \     r,  i ���'���'  )')  ���J  A  A  y  0  h  The Peninsula*]^^  Don Morberg, Managing Editor  of  "A free press is the unsleeping guar,dian  evejfy  other right  that free  men  prize."  ��� Winston Churchill  o 111 etiling important  There is a possibility that a chapter of be on hand to tell about the work of Big  one of the finest organizations possible Brothers in B.C. and also to answer any  wUl be starting on the Sunshine Coast,   questions about.the organization.  A meeting has been called at the  Sechelt Legion for 2 p.m. Sunday to  disucss formation of a chapter of Big  Brothers of B.C.  Big Brothers is an organization  whereby fatherless boys have the opportunity for companionship with older  male persons,* an interaction very  necessary in the development of young  men.  The meeting Sunday will be for  anyone who is interested in becoming a  part of such an organization or who  would like more information. This includes potential Big Brothers, that is,  men who may be interested in becoming  part of the program; and also mothers of  potential Little Brothers.  Big Brother programs have been  operating successfully in a large  number of communities in B.C. including Powell River.  Peter Sahdercock, president of Big  Brothers'of B.C. is scheduled to attend  Sunday's meeting, as is Alan Johnston,  the group's executive director. They will  ��  Being a Big Brother means basically  spending a couple of hours a week with  the Little Brother, not as a replacement  father, but as a mature companion offering friendship, guidance and a chance  to talk about those things which a boy  can not always talk about with his  mother ��� like football.  Big Brothers have found that spending a couple of hours a week, is never a  major imposition. Often the Little  Brother just becomes part of the Big  Brother's family life, accompanying the  family on outings. The rewards are  great and gratifying and a couple Jof  hours a week is a small investment in a  young man's future.  The organization provides both  volunteer and professional counselling  and guidance during the relationship  and matching is carefully done after  extensive interviewing and screening.  Sunday's meeting could be the start  of something very important on the  Sunshine Coast.  PageAT2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 29,1976  Each year the residents of the Sunshine Coast are called on to dig into their  pockets to .make a contribution to the  B.C. Tuberculosis-Christmas Seal  Society during the,ir annual drive for  funds and, we are happy to say, the  response is always good.  However, there may be more than  one of us who have wondered where the  money we donated is going to, in terms  other than the wonderful, if nebulous,  cause of combating chest and  respiratory diseases.  It all came home to us this week when  the society announced it was making a  grant of over $7,900, not to some obscure  organization in another continent; but to  us. The money goes to help pay the  construction costs of the Pender Harbour and District Community Health  Centre. That's our money, the money we  so generously gave, coming back to us at  a time when we can use it.  Once the health centre is fully  operational, its impact on the community will be great and much appreciated. We do and will appreciate it  greatly. It will also give us a chance to  appreciate the work of the B.C.  Tuberculosis-Christmas Seal Society in  that they are helping other areas construct similar clinics, even areas which  perhaps couldn't be as generous when  the contribution envelopes came around.  lillllUteS by Don Morberg  THERE IS, other than the idiotic construction, something wrong with the following  paragraph:  "On the way to the laundromat, Charlie  stopped to do some window shopping. Sipping  a coke, he looked at earth shoes, levis, banlon  jockey shorts, and even picked up a xeroxed  copy of a brochure on ski doos. After putting a  bandaid on the finger he cut on some  plexiglas, he at his lunch: fig newtons, an  orea, jello, tabasco and life savers for  dessert. He wiped his mouth with a kleenix  and drank a thermos of kool aid, all of which  he carried in a tupperwear carton lined with  styrofoam. After visiting his realtor and  taking some librium for his old shrapnel  wound, he went home to a quiet game of'  parcheesi or scrabble."  If you're still with me, have you noticed  what's wrong?  It's about our language and the way she is  talked. There have been, over the years, a  number of words which were used to describe  a specific product and Imve creeped into  general usage to describe all items of that  similar description.  Band-aids are a good example. Everyone  knows that a Band-aid is a little plastic strip  with some gauze and stuff pn It to put on  minor wounds; bit it's not, really. A Band-aid  (with a capital 'B') is used to describe only  tho product of Johnson and Johnson, no ono  else's.  Likewise Coke which is a registered  trademark of Coca- Cola deserves a capital  letter. That goes, too, for Earth shoes, Fig  Newton, Jockey 'shorts, Kleenex, Levis,  Llfesavers, Skl-Doo, Tupperwear, Oreo, or  even Ban-Ion belong to companies like  Nabisco, Jockey International Incorporated,  Kimberly Clark, Ix;vi Strauss, Bombardier  Ltd., Dart Industries and Joseph Bancroft  and Sons Ltd.  Whnt these companies are afraid of Is that  their product name will fall into common,  general useage and they would lose the right  to use lt exclusively. Nylon Is an example now  In general useage while Ban-Ion remains the  property of Bancroft and Sons.  Those are fairly easy. A bit harder to pick  out     were     Fibreglas     (Owens-Corning  The PzmnsvhA^mtei  Published Wednesdays al Seeliclt  oil B.C.'s .Sunshlno Coast  Tin* Peninsula Times  tor Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, II.C.  Ilox.lll)   -Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Hrt5-.12.il  nside  "   Straight  by Jock Bachop  "Lookee here  there's actually a program on the TV that doesn't have  anything bionic in it."  Getting sick after 5 p.m.  may cost  vour ii  Editor, The Times;  Sir: We have a new clinic, doctor and an  ambulance (which is stationed in Sechelt), all  useless in an emergency and all unavailable  after five except the ambulance.  I had a call Monday, September 20, at  approximately 7:30 in the evening for a man  who was having extreme chest pains. As he  tooKed in such a serious condition I started  phoning the new Pender Harbour Clinic^  A recording.which explained in length the  hourse of the clinic, etc., etc. Where is our  doctor?  At least give us a number to call. Or a first  aid person to meet us at the clinic for some  kind of help.  Desperately I helped the man into the cab  and rushed him to St. Mary's, Sechelt.  There I found 'the' doctor was at a meeting  and we would have to wait until he arrived,  Good, bad news  about marsh  Subscription Kales: (in advance)  Local, $7 per year, Beyond .IS miles,  U.S.A.. MO. Overseas $11.  S8  Fibreglas Corporation), Plexiglas (Rohm  and Haas Company), Jell-0 (General  Foods),Parcheesi (Selchow and Righter Co.),  Scrabble (same company), Styrofoam (Dow  Chemical), Tabasco (McLihenny Company),  Thermos (King-Seely Company), and  Librium (Hoffman-LaRoche Ltd.).  Xerox (the company) is the one most  touchy about its name. It has come to mean  almost every kind of electro-static copying  and they're frankly upset about it. Xerox (the  machine and process) identifies only the  products and services of Xerox Corporation,  nothing else. If someone came in our office  ahd asked if we had a Xerox machine, we  would probably say we do although we don't.  We have a Savin copying machine; but it ain't  a Xerox. (By the way, we do commercial  copying cheap).  One had to be pretty quick to catch  Laundromat and Realtor,  Laundromat is the registered make of  White-Westinghouse Corporation. It is the  service mark of licensed laundry and dry  cleaning establishments and the trademark  of some clothes washers and drycleaning  equipment.  Realtor is the collective membership  mark of the National Association of Realtors.  Only members of the national association can  call themselves Realtors, according to Stan  Anderson of Anderson Realty.  There are some 50-50's In common use as  well. In Canada aspirin comes in many  brands. In the U.S., Aspirin belongs to Bayer  so you don't have Anacln aspirin. Polaroid Is  the registered trademark of tho Polaroid  Corporation; but there are lots of polarizing  Sunglasses and filters. Not all instant-  developing cameras are Polaroid either  presently; but we'll let the law courts decide  that one.  There may be pancake makeup; but Pan-  Cake- Make-Up belongs to Mnx Factor, Sanka  Is often seen on menus; but they never tell  what brand the caffcinated coffees are, Sanka  belongs to General Foods. Jeep Is up for  grabs, cither the army kind or American  Motor's Jeep. Almost any little motorcycle is  a Honda.  The fact Is tliat pure public relations,  advertising and exposure lias brought us to  the point where all we see are Band-Aids,  Xerox Machines, Jello-0 or Styrofoam.  Order a Coke ln any restaurant and  chances are you will get whatever cola Is on  tap, be it Pepsi, Sport Cola or wlmtever.  Someone has sure done an effective Job on our  heads.  There was, of course, a ringer in the  bunch. When 11. Shrapnel Invented his exploding bombs In the enrly l��00*s, ho never  thought of registering It as a trademark.  Today the fragments still bear his name; but  it doesn't rate a capital letter.  NOW, if you will excuse me, I'm going to  take a Vallum, registered trademark of  lloffmun-l-n Hoche Inc.  Editor, The Times;  Sir: Some news about the waterfowl  sanctuary and park at Sechelt. Some good  news and some, bad news; !..  The good news is that the park has fully  recovered from the facelift of last year and is  full of life, both flora and fauna.  It now has a semi-permanent population of'  ducks   and  some  fish.   We  are  making  arrangements to acquire a pair of Canada  Geese from the Reifel Waterfowl Reserve and  that's our start.  The Society and the Village are proud of  this park and will continue to improve and  polish this little public gem. We earnestly;  invite the public to become better acquainted'  with the park and its inhabitants. Even  better, take a little bread or grain down and  feed the birds.  The bad news is that some few unthinking  and untaught children are even now  molesting the birds. Throwing stones and  encouraging dogs to enter the water after the  birds is most undesirable and the children  should be educated by their parents about  this. We even had a case or two of adults  fishing in there for the few salmon that are  attempting to spawn in the back reaches.  We plead with everyone, young and old to  take pride in this place ahd to remonstrate  with offenders when observed. The RCMP  are patrolling there but we cannot expect a  babysitting service around the clock. The  future of this worthy and very valuable asset  is in your hands, dear reader.  The village and the society intend to improve and upgrade the physical aspects of the  property but it will be a sterile environment  without the birds and fish tliat it was built and  acquired for.  Let us not allow a few louts to spoil this  unique civic endeavour.  Norm Watson  Sechelt Marsh Society  you  approximately one half hour.  Meanwhile the nurse is trying to extract  'vital' information from the patient. Is this in  case he dies before the doctor arrives?  My husband became so frustrated at the  lack of attention he went to look for another  doctor. He found one sitting in an office doing  paperwork. This doctor refused to look at the  patient as he said the patient was going to be  under the missing doctor's care.  When the doctor arrived he gave some  treatment and sent the man home. The  reason, he couldn't be admitted without'x-  rays. (X-ray Department closed in the  evening). I couldn't get a ferry out of here to  take the man to Vancouver and I couldn't put  him on an airplane in his condition.  I am completely disgusted and afraid for  anyone in similar circumstances. Where do  we go for help, any kind of help, after five?  I feel the hospital and medical services on  the Sunshine Coast has to be upgraded so the  people in this area will have confidence in our  doctors and hospital.  As it is now many people feel if you are  seriously ill, go to Vancouver and don't get  sick after five.  Ada Kern  Pender Harbour Taxi  I knew Ed Wiggins. Not; you understand,  well enough that we went fishing together or  visited back and forth between our homes,  but well enough to know that he was a kind,  courteous and gentle man. When my late wife  was on vacation earlier this year, Ed and his  wife Lila were among the first to invite me to  dinner^ as they well knew a man alone does  not cook.properly for himself.  I am more sorry than ever that I didn't  have the chance to accept their kind invitation.  You all know, of course, that Ed passed  away during a visit to the part of the country  where he spent most of his life.  This was not much more than a week ago  and except, of course, for his wife, family and  relations, I think it struck me harder than  perhaps most of his friends.  To all of his friends who wonder how I  should feel like this after stating we were not  really close friends, let me explain. Ed and  his wife were ready to leave on their vacation  when they heard about my wife's sudden and  so very unexpected death. They wishes to see  me before they left and drove to my house.  Unfortunately I was not home but had left,  the door unlocked which has never happened  before and thus they were able, to enter and  leave a message.  When I-returned home I opened.the envelope and inside found a truly helpful  message and a gift of money "to help cover  the expenses I would inevitably have."  In the short time I had before writing this  column Iregret I was unable to get more than  a sketch of Ed's life, but I believe he was from '  Carberry, Manitoba, and later taught school  in Calgary. I understand he came to the  Peninsula five or six years ago and had been  a well liked and respected member of the  community. One who was involved in local  activities, he became very much involved in  fire protection and was, I-believe, a trustee  with the local fire department. "  If I have missed,anything about Ed's  activities then put it down to lack of  knowledge on my part. His closer friends  know what his being in the community meant  and that is more important and has more  meaning than anything I will ever write.  To his wife who has suffered a shocking  loss, I can only say how sorry I am and I know  how it feels.  I will understand if she rejects these words  for all of us, perhaps with good reason, feel  our grief is more than anyone else could  possibly experience.  It is a personal thing and each person has  to handle it in their own way. I hope I can be  of .some help to Lila.  .. As, I said at the start of this column, I.knew  Ed Wiggins, and am a better man from the  knowing.  THE LOCAL MEN'S soccer team is ready  for the season and I am tremendously interested in their progress. I played soccer for  many years arid when age caught up with me  I coached for a number of years.  I watched them practice some time ago  and was impressed with some of the talent on  display. I have been asked to help coach them  and consider it an honour. If my working  hours allow it then nothing will keep me from  'helping-the team.  TGUESS Myrtle the cook and Doris the  scoop are back in the Harbour now and my  peace is at an end. Oh well, it was nice and  quiet while it lasted. Perhaps I will be able to  put up with them for a while after having had  a rest from them for a week. Somehow, I  doubt it. Welcome back, girls.  Noisy planes  have behefits  Editor, The Times;  Sir: Why all the fuss about all this aircraft  noise?  . '. *  Have any of these idealists ever con-,  sidered the fact that to countless people the  noise of an aircraft is music to their ears?  Let me Cite a few examples. Talk to a  faller up the inlet who has been injured. His  only way to get proper care fast is to get to a  doctor. Now how is he going to do that miles  and miles away from civilization? The camp  will radio-phone to the nearest town or city  and from there a noisy aircraft will possibly  fly a doctor in and quite possibly also fly the  victim out to a hospital. I have worked for a  number of small flying charter operations  and have seen this very thing happen hundreds of times.  I have' seen aircraft dropping food for  starving wild animals in heavy winter snow  conditions. I worked with a water bombing  . company for a number of years. The sound of  a noisy water bomber to fire fighting crews on  the ground is music to their, ears. I will never  forget one hot day after fighting a fire when  the crews on the ground requested we drop a  load of water on them to cool them off. They  didn't mind the noise.  T would rather hear a noisy airplane than  listen to a rock band. So why the fuss? The  airplane is here to stay with all the noisy  trucks, jack-hammers, hot rod cars, police  sirens, power saws, power mowers, rock  bands and all. - ,  Elmer Wall  Sechelt.  SUNsUiMtt CchACT LioivJS (Qui6  Si ^007 Its) ?Rit��S  ��� - ��� ���  Will somebody  please tell me  Why in all tho endless verbiage about,  education needs not one of the profession has  stated tho rule that ln the acquisition of any  skill there comes first the knowledge of the  basic skills and then practice, practice,  practice?  a  BEAG/WBUim  i  mmmnrnma  1'Jtnr*,-*, Iii your Im-iiK )imi know ll'-, ��� 1 *.;!>l.  to&RS. tiPlLts): "I^OOP.rV.  GMsL^Xmt '^ XoOO?A  l"\lawaiL*    i    IS��V/Va��wC"��*LJ ****  vJlUL GrO To UiptROS  I CtM.l.vV -Vl.ioNfc   PvCTvviir����^ A  Arena news  OPEN SEASON  Rinks are already signing- up for the  opening bonspeil to be held on the Oct. 9 and  10. This is the curling club's first event of the  season and everyone is looking forward to the  new ice.  Oct. 7 and 8, you are invited out in the '  evening to try your hand at the game of  curling. Those of us who are curlers already  will be out to do a bit of limbering up, and I  am sure beginners will be able to get some  instruction from some of our more experienced curlers.  GENERAL MEETING  Monday, Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. there will be a  meeting for all curlers, held, as usual, upstairs at the arena. Please come out and  welcome your new executive for the season.  These people have held executive meetings  during the summer and have been organizing  curling for this year. Everything is under  control, but the curling committee does have  to have the names of those wishing to curl.  SIGN UP  Just because you curled last year doesn't  automatically mean you are on the list for  this year. If you are going to curl, please  phone Lionel McCuaig; or drop into Sunshine  Auto Parts and let him know so he can put you  on his list.  It is a lot easier for curlers to phone him  than for the committee to have to phone all  the curlers and check as to whether or not  they are going to curl this year.  Remember to sign up for the bonspeil, too.  It is a small bonspeil, only going Saturday  and Sunday, so get your name in now while  there is'still time.  HOCKEY SCHOOL    -  As you know by now, hockey school had to  be postponed for a week due to 'sunshine'. It  is nearly impossible to put ice in during the  day when we have such hot weather.  Therefore the delay.  Everyone who has registered for hockey  school will be phoned as to the time they are  on the ice. Until registration was complete,  and hopefully there will be more register this  week, the executive of minor hockey could not  complete any type of schedule.  STILL TIME  If you have been unable to register for  hockey yet, there is still time. Please register  with Les English, at his accounting office,  next to B.C. Hydro.  As of last count, there are some 200 kids  short of last year. We know most of these 200  have intentions of playing hockey, so please  give Minor Hockey executive a break by  registering now.  When you are short 200 players it is kind of  scary to think of the amount of ice time  reserved and having to be paid for, and if they  are lacking kids, well it would stand to reason  they would cut down on their ice time, and  then where would you be if you hadn't  resitered. Please register now!  OPENING DANCE-- -~- ������--  There will be a four piece orchestra and  the dance starts at 8 p.m. A light snack will be  later in the evening.  Get your tickets from Benners Furniture,  Trail Bay Sports, or any of the board members, or else pick some up at the rink.  A COUPLE OF BOUQUETS  If the huge photograph on the front page of  last week's Times doesn't draw your attention to the fact the arena is opening soon,  nothing will.  Another bouquet goes out to a real, hard  worker who is on staff at the arena, Doreen  Pinichyn. A lot of the things Doreen does out  there for us are on her own time. Doreen is  one of those people who really care how well  the arena is going, is always willing to pitch in  and help us make money, or just to see things  are running smoothly.  She has even been busy the last month  cooking for dinner meetings that the Lions  Club is now holding at the arena. Thank you,  Doreen, for being one of those people who  really care.  Wednesday, September 29,1976  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  4*  %.��V  V>,   ,"1  V , v *  ���* r ���  "- * �� 'Qbff V ^*- * &xSt3&Sl&��ii>    �����*  *^,SBS��5��v*tT*"*<     a* ij'SSl/ .   ��*, ��� <���>. \. ____. <     ^tWmW'vSvSt^'^   t  ���+ *  ft  <��ti*  w; v  V      -    ���   a  X  >   **���* %  *****  .v.  ">a  >  1     V.-   '  W'jRmPt     ^  1  3*-  INDUSTRIAL HOCKEY LEAGUE  leefing September 29,8 pen af the Arena  AGENDA:  I* Payment of ice rental fees minimum  $50.00 per player.  2. Arrangement of teams.  3. Meeting open only to players not on  existing teams.  ^ * t  Curling fees  'f double  By PAT EDWARDS  It seems there is a rumor.making the  rounds that curling fees have doubled this  season. Hopefully, we can nip any further  rumors by printing the fees for you.  If you are a debenture holder and curl one  night per week, the fee is $60 for the season.  Two nights per week will cost you $100.  For non-debenture holders,'the fee for one  night per week is $75 or $125 for two nights.  Perhaps the confusion arises from the fact  that we curled only half the season last year,  therefore charging only half the fee.  This year, fees may be paid in two instalments, half in October when the season  opens, and half in January.  If you would like to purchase a debenture,  call Larry at 886-2031 or Harry Turner at 886-  2184. Also call Larry if you didn't curl last  year and would like to join us this year. A  number of beginners have already indicated  that they would like a few lessons, so you will  have lots of company. ..^_.  The faithful few who turn out regularly for  the Tuesday night work party would like a  few more members to swell their ranks.  There are a number of odd jobs that will have  to be completed before the season opens next  month. If you know the difference between a  hammer and a paint brush, we can use you  any Tuesday eveing beginning at 7 p.m.  ess ie wins  ever  'Never Was' Ladies Golf Tournament held  September 21 was won by Jessie Pritchard  with runner up Doreen Gregory. ,  Medal Play winner was Norma Gaines.  The nlne-hol-Count Putts winner was  Grace Cumming,  GETTING AHEAD in soccer takes a lot  of practice. Here a member of the  Sechelt Redskins soccer club sends the  ball in the direction of the other goal in a  practice game played at the Sechelt  Reserve Field. Redskins are one of five  senior soccer teams in the Sechelt area.  Pender Harbour and Gibsons also have  teams. ��� Timesphoto  A new entry in the Sunshine Coast Senior  Soccer League is looking for players.  Anyone interested in playing with the  newly formed Wakefield Chief of the senior  men's league are asked to turn out to a soccer  practice at Sechelt Elementary at 6 p.m.  September 30 or contact Jim Gray at 885-3147.  Sept. 29 ��� 1st Regular Meeting of Wilson Creek Girl Guides. Wilson Creek  Community Hall, 7 p.m.  Oct. 6 ��� Sechelt Garden Club Meeting. St. Hilda's Hall, 7:30 pm.  Oct. 30 ��� Senior Citizens Fair and Annual Fall Tea, Senior Citizens Hall, 2 pm.  EVERY THURSDAY ��� Pender Harbour Community Club Bingo. Community Hall. Madeira Park  ��� 8:00 pm. Bingo Pender Harbour Community Hall.  ��� Gibsons "TOPS" meeting at Public Health Centre, 1 -.30-3:00 pm  ��� 1 pm-3 pm, Gibsons United Church Women's Thrift Shop.  ��� Sechelt Totem Club Bingo. Reserve Hall, 8:00 p.m.. Everyone Welcome  ��� Elphinstone  New  Horizons group regular   meeting,  Roberts Creek'Community Hall, 1:30 D.m. First meeting Sept. 20.  ��� Carpet Bowling, Sechelt Senior Citizen's Hall ��� 1:30-4 pm  ��� 8 pm, Al-Anon, St. Aidan's Hall at Roberts Creek.  EVERY 3RD TUESDAY ��� General Meeting of Selma Park Community Centre.  Community Hall; 8:00 p.m.  EVERY 3RD WEDNESDAY   ��� Roberts Creek Community Assoc. Roberts Creek Hall. 8 pm  |EVERY 2ND WEDNESDAY   6 pm, Chamber of Commerce Exec Meeting, Bank of Montreal, Sechelt.  EVERY 4TH WEDNESDAY ��� Pender Harbour Area A Health Clinic Auxiliary,  Old Firehall, 7:30 pm  EVERY FRIDAY  EVERY  MONDAY  EVERY MONDAY  EVERY TUESDAY  AUTO TOWING  ���'    (formerly Day & Nite Towing in Sechelt)  885-2528  Mobile YR3-8094  24 HOUR SERVICE  P.Homitroot Res: 885-3786  Box 224, Socholt VON 3A0  1ST THURSDAY OF MONTH   ��� Timber Trails Riding Club meeting, 8 pm. Wilson Creek  Rod & Gun Club.  COZY CORNER CAMERAS  * camera and darkroom supplies * repairs  photofinishing * passport pictures  custom silk screening  886-7822  Gibsons  Beside Bus Depot  IO! ICE if  A GREAT WAY TO SAVE!  Are you part of the human race hjGzi  or just a spectator?  pamiapaaionf  Mint**. In yw*** tM*n y**A Im* V\ rtuM  Ball and Chain five pin bowling Friday,  Sept! 24. Tina Hunter 237, Ron Sim 231 (630),  Ray Fitch 241 (624), Andy Sterloff 231 (613),  Glen Clark 236 (616), Betty Morris 213, Wayne  s Place 200, Lil Youdell 220, Leslie Fitch 210.  Here's a specialoffer to .visitors  from your area that includes a  low daily rate plus other  features like FREE PARKING and  HEA1EDINDCX)RPCX)L  ^ Great location too - a short  block from GRANVILLE MALL  with the city's main theatres  and department stores.  ^J4owe Jj>ound eJDfotributorA  Box 694, GIBSONS  located iMftxt to Wlnd*or Plywood  For oppolntment, phona 886-2765  \^&^2>vua:  For RESERVATIONS call your  nearest Holiday Inn, or  dial direct (604)684-2151,     DOWNTOWN/VANCOUVER  Telex 0453326.  OWNED/OPERATED BY ATLIFIC INNS INC.  BBSONS  886-2257 / A"  MORE ABOUT . . .  MORE ABOUT . .  0 Chlorine mishap  .��� From Page A-l  home in Westview, to the south of the boat  harbour. The pole appeared to help her  pinpoint the spot quite easily, and the area  she indicated is closer to the mainland than to  Texada Island.  Official comment from the Department of  Environment and the Ministry of Transport  was not available at press time, but the  woman says she would be willing to talk to the  authorities at any time.  The case if far from closed/ and the  Powell River Anti-Pollution Association has  worked steadily to have the search renewed.  PRAPA's letter-writing efforts appear to  have had little influence so far.  MLA Don Lockstead has been working' at  the provincial level to have the tanks located,  but says his words have been falling on deaf  ears.  PRAPA has a recent letter from the  deputy minister of transport, Sylvain  Cloutier, which says "the government has  determined that the cholorine tank cars do  not represent any significant threat to human  life or the area's marine environment."  Mr. Cloutier was responding to a letter  PRAPA sent to the MoT more than two  months earlier, addressed to the minister.  "I regret that there is little I cap add to the  information already provided by officials of  this department and Environment Canada  concerning the fate of the sunken chlorine  tank cars," writes Mr. Cloutier.  "As you are aware, searches carried out in  co-operation with the departments of national  defence and environment have exhausted the  areas in which the tank cars are most likely to  reside, and additional areas where the water  depth is less than .200 feet."   -  According to, the letter, studies have indicated that liquid chlorine released at a  depth of 140 feet or more would remain in  liquid form or produce a hydrated compound.  This would result in "a brief alteration in the  marine environment in the immediate  vicinity of the tank car before dilution occurred."  "The government of Canada cannot  assume unconditional responsibility for all  conceivable consequences of this unfortunate  incident," says the deputy minister.  Take a step in the right  direction. Take a few.  a  PBwnapamont  ���From Page A-l  and any meeting on public issues. Mrs. Inglis  was secretary, of the School Board for many  yeats.  To break up the monopoly of the Gibsons  MORE ABOUT ...  @ General strike  ���From Page A-l  monopolies. The CLC was prepared to modify  its bargaining position according to the per  centage of inflation. That kind of a program  was a threat to the corporate backers of the  government. Our presentation was politely  received and we were sent on our way.,?  Johnston said the federation is carrying on  an information campaign and getting a good  response. "I believe the majority of the  Canadian public now support the protest," he  said.  Asked about what he expected on October  14, Johnston said, "I'm hoping for an orderly  shutdown of massive proportions among the  organized workers and visible support from  other sectors. For those who don't take part, I  don't expect any retaliation although they  will be doing a disservice to themselves and  their fellow workers. I expect that will be  handled locally. I don't expect they (they  workers) will be too popular."  What will the general public's reaction be?  "I expect they won't like it. We're trying to  warn people not to schedule things on that  day. We're not doing this because we want to;  we're doing it because we have to."  Johnston said he was concerned about the  backlash the pretest will have on the unions.  "There will be some. We're in a struggle,  fighting for something essential to the trade  union movement. We can't let that pass. We  have to explain why it is so essential and hope  people will understand," he said.  Johnston said the federation's side of the  October 14 protest is getting very little  coverage in the city newspapers. "The  electronic media have been giving us better  coverage," he said. "Probably there is less  latitude in lessening the impact and less-  opportunity to editorialize."  Even before Johston addressed them, the  NDP association unanimously passed a  motion urging full support, full participation  and involvement in the October 14 day of  protest.  Landing's storekeeper who seemed intent, on.  running the whole settlement, he assisted the  "Hill people" to set up the Elphinstone Co-  perative Store which he also helped build. He <  later participated ih its management as  director. Influenced by Gibsons' large.Finnish Community he soon developed an interest in socialist theory and practice.  From being a deeply religious man, Dr. F.  Inglis finally turned against the organized  church and-directed his energies towards the,  then, new socialist and communist principles.  His sympathies were always directed at  aiding the exploited and under-privileged. He  had no part in the Spanish Expeditionary  Force but his sympathies were with that  movement and he contributed money to its  aid.  Wherever Dr. F. Inglis was, there were  always plans being made and projects to  carry out. Besides completing the construction of Stonehurst, he bought three  beach lots. On these he eventually built  several houses, including the large blue and  white house on Marine Drive now called  Marina House. He also learned how to build  clinker built boats. He built six such rowing  boats which he rented from his own float in  front of the beach property.  Dr. F. Inglis enjoyed music and encouraged his children to learn to play. Having  previously learned to play the trumpet, at  about age 50 he learned to play the cello. He  was the cello player in the local string group,  Harmony Club, that was active for many  years in Gibsons.  Mrs. Inglis, a qualified nuuse and always  his loyal helper, died in 1944. As for the  doctor, a need for creative work plus an interest in people's welfare were his main  characteristic. When he retired in 1946 he  was succeeded for a short time by his son  Alan until his son Hugh returned to Gibsons to ���.  stay. Dr. Frederick Inglis died in 1950, aged  80, survived by his six children.  Dr. Hugh Inglis carried on alone in the  increasingly taxing practice in his father's  tradition for another 16 years until he joined  the group of doctors now present in the area.  Dr. Hugh Inglis retired in 1975. Stonehurst  had been the town doctor's house and clinic  for over 45 years. It was sold in 1963 for a  house of a size which Mrs. Inglis would find  easier to handle.  Christian Science  "Multitudes, multitudes, in the valley of  decision:" (Joel 3:14).  No matter how difficult, (or how small!)  our problems may be, we need divine  guidance.  The Bible is full of admonitions to "wait in.  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday. September 29,1976  God." One loved passage is this: "In all thy  ways acknowedge him, and he shall direct thy  paths'."(Prpv. 3:6).  Mary Baker Eddy writes, "When we wait  patiently on God and seek Truth-righteously,  He directs our, path." (Science and Health  with Key to the Scriptures, Pg. 254).  ARGOSHEEN  "CARPET CLEANING"  plus Retail Sales  Tom Sinclair    885-932^/  The Department of Economic Development is presenting a workshop  for people in small businesses. Entitled "Forecasting Sales and Working  Capital", it will deal with how to anticipate your sales picture for the  coming year and how to determine loan funds required, calculate cash  flow and establish lines of credit.  This one day session will be held on Thursday, September 30th from  9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Casa Martinez. Those interested in attending  are asked to register by phoning Mr. Proctor at the Chamber of Commerce ���885-3110, registration is $10.00 and includes lunch.  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TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  ���RENTALS ond SALES  Easy   Strip   Concroto   Forming   Systoms   ���   Com  pressors  ���   Rototillers   ���   Gonorators   ���   Pumps  Earth Tempers  Sunshlno Coast Hwy. & Francis Ponlnsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2505  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE  Socholt, B.C.  APPLIANCES      HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625 Home 885-9581  Roy and Wagonettes'. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  ���  Marine Building ��� Wharf Street  Box 609 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  085-2332  TIRES  'i ii i ....        ..-������������.- ��� 1 ���     .   -  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshlno Coast Highway  ���      Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.- Phono 086-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands available  Monday to Saturday 0:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday ovoning by appointment only,  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  Comploto Tree Sorvlco  Prompt, Guarantood, Insurod Work  Prlcos You Can Trust"  Phono J, RISBEY, 885-2109  T.V. and RADIO  J & C ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES ft SERVICE  wo sorvlco all brands ���--���  005-2568  across Irom Iho Rod ft Whlto  SECHELT  ROOFING  ovory wook I  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  * Bondocl Post Control Sorvlcos  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Gllloy Avo. Burnaby  BILL BLACK ROOFING LTD.  Durold Shingles ��� Tar & Gravol  Now Roof or Ro-Roof  GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP  0 YEARS EXPERIENCE  Box 281, Gibsons 886-7320  LETTERHEADS  ENVELOPES  INVOICES  STATEMENTS  JOB AND  WORK ORDERS  RULED FORMS  185-32  J pV\ lip  x^i y     /  winner  :;��������*&  W  . *-i��  .'.- - >ta."*****  \jm��*-i ���     ��  ".���afiCftV,"-*      .- �����  '������W-;  s't  ^  k-i  ''Wast ���>��� ���'  a       i"1   *  i**-      if.  ;k  *-. - *    ���**,  >���.'�� -  ��uxr      ^w,taH  Eleanor White is $100 richer following the  Gibsons Lions 400 Club draw last Friday.  , Her ticket was drawn by Theresa Crerar  at,the Bank of Montreal in Gibsons September 24. "  The 1977 Hallmark Calendars are now  ready for your selection, we hope you like  them. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.,  r  si  "%  I  S"  HOMES  ttCHBu ^wwiunvn  hcmu -rowsuuvsa  s  SECHELT HOSPITAL Auxiliary held   Merry-go-round tournament September  their start off party for the Bridge   24 in St. Hilda's Church hall.  Section B  Wednesday, September 29,1976  lealth clini��   I  We've just been informed by our factories that effective immediately our base |  prices on double wide and single wide homes will be increasing by as much as 1  $1000 due to rising costs and code changes.  All units unsold in stock will |  remain at old prices while they last.   Drop by and walk thru our many display 1  homes on our new lot on Porpoise Bay Road in Sechelt.         ' |  &  ENINSULA m<m& I��*s gran  Pages 1-4  ��  Developer Henry Hall said he would be  willing to trade his 12 lots in Cameo Lands  Subdivision for industrial land elsewhere.  "When I went to the regional board looking  for industrial land," Hall told The Times, "I  was told there wasn't any presently available  and it would be ten years before there would  be water on the industrial land designated for  the airport area. If the board would come up  with a piece of land with access and water, I  would be willing to swap."  Hall said the swap would have to be made  within six months to a year; "but even at  that, six months is a hell of a long time to ask  someone to wait."  Taking issue with a Times editorial of  "September 22, Hall said that the editorial  would be correct if the covenant was put on  the land to create, "a subdivision of better  quality than the norm.  "If the property,were expensive, it would  attract dollar-type people/'" Hall said, "and  there would be need for a restrictive clause;  but these lots were in the $6,000 range. The  clause was put in to keep the area from  further deterioration."  Hall said Clause 15 which allows the  developer to exempt any part of the land from  the restrictive building scheme was put in  there by a lawyer in case the area did not  develop as a residential subdivision. Hall said  that if the rezoning goes through, the clause  will become more important than ever to  preserve the residential part of the area.  feather report  September 18-24  Lo    Hi Prec.  mm  September 18        12     18 trace  September 19 .12     19     nil  September20 13     24     nil  September 21... ;.14     22     1.5  September22   14     17     1.3  Septembcr23 .........14     18     nil  September24 14     18     nil  Week's rainfall���2.8 mm (nil). September  ���40.4 mm (nil). 1976-916.4 mm (630.2 mm).  Figures in brackets are for the sanie  period last year.  -. Hall said, "I don't see why the people are  complaining to Cameo. Cameo didn't make  any offers to them, extended no. promises to  these people. They didn't even buy from  Cameo, they bought from the builders.  All the buyers singed interim agreements  stating they had read the restrictive building  scheme, Hall said.  He added he would consider buying all the  lots back at the price they.paid for them, "but  I challenge the real estate guy to give back  his commission."  I�� fall sittins  ��@1S  MLA Don Lockstead is upset about the.  possibility there Won't be a fall sitting of the  legislature.  "At this point we are not sure if there will  be a fall sitting," Lockstead told The Times,  "It is common knowledge that Premier Bill  Bennett does not care for legislative sittings  and I suspect this is what is happening."  Legislature has not sat since the end of the  spring session in June.  Lockstead was on the Sunshine Coast last  week to do some constituency work and to  officiate in the opening of the new senior  citizens hall in'Gibsons.  "I think there should be a fall session,"  Lockstead said, "There should be one for a  number of reasons. There is a great amount  of legislation still on the order paper from the  last session. Another reason is the perr  formance of the government to date. It has -  been less than sparkling. They can't keep on  blaming everything on the former government. The economy of the province is not in  very good shape. The government, is trying to  do certain things to the economy and all they  are doing is contributing everything to the  sad economic situation. While calling for  restraint, they doubled this and tripled that.  It took more than $800 out of circulation from  every family. That has contributed to the  economic slump. These things should be  discussed ln the legislature.  from society   ^  B.C. Tuberculosis ��� Christmas Seal  Society has donated over $7,900 toward  construction costs of the Pender Harbour and  District Health Centre. '  Alex Clark, president of the society, announced a grant of $7,971.75 to the community  health clinic at Madeira Park, to assist in the  cost of construction of that facility.  Since 1954, construction assistance grants  totalling $415,829 have been made by the  society to community health units throughout  British Columbia. Another $490,000 in  Christinas Seal funds was used to construct  the addition to Willow Chest Centre at Vancouver General Hospital in 1949.  The annual Christinas Seal campaign,  scheduled to get underway on November 1,  ���withthe mailing of Christmas Seals to almost  900,000 British Columbia homes, hopes to  raise $620,000 in the 1976 campaign. Christmas Seal funds are used to finance medical  research projects aimed at all forms of  respiratory disease; public and professional  education programs; patient rehabilitation  and equipment purchases and assistance in  the construction costs of facilities such as the  Madeira Park community health clinic.  The Christmas Seal committee chairman  for the area is Mrs. Patricia Murphy of  Halfmoon Bay.., .'.  s ,__  S  24 x 60 3 BR.  CHANCELLOR BY MODULINE  3BDRM.DEN&WETBAR  1344 sq. ft., 24 x 60' Chancellor  2 dr frost free fridge, deluxe elec range, carpets in,  living room, dining room, hall, master bdrm, all  drapes. Residential door. Ensuite bath with garden   '  tub  and  stall  shower.' Wetbar.  Deluxe  kitchen  cabinets. 40 gal hot water tank. Double insulation  ceiling and floor. Duroid roof Gutters and down  spouts. Residential lap exterior. Deluxe Town and I  Country pkg and decor.  24 x 52 3 BR.  HIGHWOOD BY GLEN RIVER  3 BDRM, FAMILY ROOM  1152 sq ft, 24 x 52' Highwood  2 dr. frost free fridge, deluxe elec range, all  drapes, carpeted throughout the home, built-in  Residential lap exterior. Duroid roof. Gutters and  down spouts. House type rear door. 2nd bath  entrance. Residential front door. Deluxe built-in  buffet. Deluxe country furniture pkg and decor.  $28,:  *  a!  j .   j     * Includes delivery and set up. C/W 200 gal oil tank. All connections to furnace, sewer connection, water    j  ���     connection. All cement blocks, shims and wedges. Set of wooden steps and carpets laid.     -*- - -- J  t*  Olaf Klasen's rezoning application for a K  motel-apartment complex is being studied by l!  the village planner and planning committee.    ^  Klasen appeared before village council  last week and submitted a list of the people in  attendance at the public meeting he arranged  to discuss the development proposed for the  waterfront in the Gibsons harbor area.  He also told council he intended to go  ahead with the formal rezoning after the  reaction at the public meeting.  The application now goes to the planning  committee for its approval so the appropriate  bylaw can be drawn up. The rezoning application includes a public hearing at which  the council will hear officially the opinions of  residents of the area affected.  NOTE! We have 3 quality built 12x88 Highwood units in stock.  These units are built with 2" x 4" walls, 2" x 8" floor joists and full of quality features and furnished tastefully with  high quality furniture.  "PARK SPACE AVAILABLE"  HOHiES  mcmu -rowmetvM  Box 966, Sechelt. B.C.  ;OA5'  lucrau -Kwraiavu  �����  se.  JLWa  AA.D.L. #00623A  Porpolso Bay Rd., across from the new Socholt Legion  Ower' tod Satisfied Customers"  ���"���*' flJ"^'-T<  vx< ^'^y ' ��'���"������  IICE OF PUBLIC HEARING-  Proposecl Amendments to Village of  Gibsons Zoning By-law No. 241P1973  Notice Is hereby given that tho Municipal Council of tho Vlllago of  Gibsons will moot and hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, October  7, 1976 at 7:00 P.M. In tho Municipal Hall, 1490 South Fletcher  Road, Gibsons, B.C.  At tho Hoarlng all porsons who doom tholr Intorost In proporty  affoctod by tho following proposal arnondmont to Zoning By-law  No. 241, 1973 will bo affordocl an opportunity to bo hoard on  mattors contained In tho proposal arnondmont.  Proposal Arnondmont  That tho south-oastorly and north-easterly ono hundrod and  f if toon foot (115) moro or loss of thoso parcols of land In tho  Vlllago of Gibsons, moro particularly known and doscribod as  Lots 22 and 23 of Lots 20, Block 2, District Lot 606, Plan 3307,  Now Wostmlnstor District, Group 1, prosontly zonod as  Comprohonslvo Dovolopmont Aroa bo rozonod to Commorclal  Zorto 1-C1.  A copy of tho proposod arnondmont may bo Inspoclod at tho  Municipal Hall, 1490 South Flotchor Rood, Gibsons, B.C., Monday  through Friday botwoon Iho hours of 9:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M.  J.W.Copland  Municipal Clork  SfMBS  I  I  !  *  ���   *    a   - .     -.����,�����'.    V ay,,   * r...,*- ....'nrr s^p^i    'ar*.^i*fi-,'t>'. *i ^ .-..;.,.. .*(���   >".(.-       *���*    * 4       *-*    ��N.   * a. -.   1  Warning.* Health and Welfare Canada advises thai dancer lo health increases with amount smoked-avoid inhaling.  Av. per ciRarette": Regular: 16mg. "tar" 1.2mg. nicotine. King: 18mg."tar" Mmg. nicotine. v   . ��� ������        :.      '/  '? '/  J  V  i  1  5B  f  m.  s  SK*  f  1  1  lljptf  Si;  1  1  i  lira  X  S  ?*��d^  *  ��  ���I  is  j&  s  SENIOR CITIZENS hall was trans-   tember 25. An arrangement of flowers    PageB.2  ferred  into  a  conservatory  by  the   and trophies decorated the stage while        ... ,  Garden Club's fall flower show Sep-  tea tables were set up in the foreground.  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 29,1976  g  4ft*  IK  ;a  We knew you would want the best!  So we went to Holland for fresh,  selectively chosen, first-class bulbs.  Come and see for yourself. You won't  be able to believe your eyes.  en's  s  n^  Ii  ��*.  rogra  ��  If you are looking for something to get  involved in now that summer is over, check,  the Women's Centre fall program.  Classes starting this week include:  Drawing with Deb Ede, Tuesday at 1 p.m.;  Consciousness-Raising, Monday at 7:30 p.m.;  and photography club, Friday at 1 p.m., all at  the Centre.  Judo with Deannie Snider, Monday and  Wednesday at 7 p.m. and Yoga with Suzanne  Dunkerton, Thursday at 7:30, take place at  the Roberts Creek School.  For more information or a copy of our  program, telephone 885-3711 or drop in to the  Centre in Lower Roberts Creek, behind the  Post Office. We are open Tuesday through  Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Starting Septmeber 28 will be a series of  informal lecture-discussions centering  around the functions of certain women in the  community. The first of these lectures is with  .author Joan Haggerty whose book Daughters  of the Moon is available locally.  She is a resident of Roberts Creek.  The lectures are every Tuesday at 7:30  p.m. at the Women's Centre.  "^-a'  IY.  Mjfefc'  mfafc  Plant in your garden now for spring flowering, or,  ffl&TZ -R^'fc 8et ^orC*ng bulbs now for a beautiful display at Christmas.  When you're in choosing your bulbs,  see our fine display of tropical plants, pots, hanging baskets.      |  s  V \ r-1 L I   \ S 7 J  p  rt J    /;  ,   -,.   ��� We now have paper doilies in four different  SECHELT GARDEN CLUB held their   set off by a piece of driftwood, was one of sizes for your convenience, four, five, eight  fall flower show September 25 in the   the entries in the show. and nine inches, a very useful and versatile  Senior Citizens Hall. This arrangement; item. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  ji***.**.,*    O"**  .<- -A s- _~J /,  s \ i ' I l ��� rl    ��� ,  ���  ^dafi-r-j h   I    >1  X>,u  v.'j;iU   -7i_ el  X4? i  i ��    &.n   .J  T> /. r^, ^*\ r^1 r\\  .1 ���; ~  i_,jX    l._a^j .J  "��� _    *"* *.  5  D-?7  [U J_L-J_D  ������������.,��-J*-.��-.j    n,     ������   ...I  .^  .���������@Eoa  ��� '������,'. *�����>'��� ������ -  - ��� i  . ;      .        *  iA^;4 fpys ES2S EE33 OSS ESS3 ��^Bip9 IBBUS B39 ���^aS*?  ���      From the world renowned  i Just completed world tour    n  i  i  o singing all the Platters'  i million selling hits.  0 FKI-SAT, OCT 1, 2  ���Mawa!1 ^ffW B^iO J^iW ij^ff Q^l (SSB! BKffll I31SX  C3Q9I F3?-1I ffisn BSSI GEES ty^i  B'*li| ESJ^I  ala^Q BffifBf Hffl BSO Wnffi KQS9 ff^fjH y^p^yf^ B]^fl| ^ffl^p  |mm^| n^yi| ff^M ^myj mjtfiB tsssi  PARTHENON      ��  SPECIAL  i  Steak & Lobster  i T"Bone Steak  i  i Prime Filet Hignon  All served wllh toastod garlic broad and  chof's salad with your cholco of droaaino  The finest restaurant in town.  a ii i, \i ijj./ij */ji.FO       ii\t *p\ \a/       iMJ 'A \ ,i\*, /An viv I ti\\Wft\\,r.'iii\i II       U vl; !  ir o  u  jccwbi  oucwaw^ Halfmoon Bay Happenings  _by Mary Tinkley  Wednesday, September 29,1976  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  .o.**.-*-.  There will be a progressive whist drive at  the Welcome Beach Hall on Saturday, October 2 at 8 p.m. Everybody welcome, so  come along and enjoy a friendly informal  game. As you move from table to table you  will have an opportunity of meeting your  friends and neighbours.  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission's  film show on September 17 was attended by 38  children and teenagers who were held  spellbound by "Death of a Legend" which  gives an intimate glimpse into the life and  . character of the wolf. Other films shown were  'That Mouse' and a film about an Eskimo boy  named Tuktu. Mrs. Renouf announces that  she has another treat in store for the younger,  set on Friday, October 15 at 7:30 p.m. when  the programme will include 'Moontrap,' a  film about old time methods of hunting beluga  whales, and 'Dahomey' the story of a small  boy in an African village.  ' Almost forty people turned up at the*  Welcome Beach Hall on September 19 to bid  farewell to Elsie and Roy Holgate who have  sold their Welcome Beach home and are  moving to Vancouver. Mrs. Thea Leuchte  spoke of the formation of the Welcome Beach  Community Association in 1947 when one of  the founder members was Elsie Holgate who  was then Elsie Klusendorf. Mrs. Janet Allen  paid tribute to the support Mrs. Holgate had  given to the community over the years. She  recalled the quilting bees at Duff'n Dorf,  Elsie's big prairie-style "home, and the  wonderful dinners which she would put on for  the quilters.  When one of her quilts was raffled there  was always a big demand for the tickets and a  considerable part of the lumber which went  into the original Welcome Beach HaU in 1958  was paid for by Elsie's quilt and home  baking.  Mrs. Allen suggested that with such a  small resident population as there was here in  1958, it had only been possible to build a  community hall at all because there were  people like Mrs. Holgate in the community.  There were others who had made great  contributions and most of them were no  longer with us. She mentioned the men who  did most of the work on the hall - Alf Young of  Welcome Beach, Alex Henney, Andy Menzies, Julius Sather, Harold Allen, Bob  Stewart, Dave McCaul and Bob Cormack.  some of the women who worked hardest to  raise the money were Jessie Meikle, Alice  Grundy, Isobel Hanley, Millie Stewart and  Florence Cormack.  Hugh Duff paid tribute to Roy Holgate who  had helped clear the land for the building of  the hall in 1957 and who had first introduced  the film programmes. A licensed projectionist, he had bought an old projector which  he had managed to keep operating for many  years. He had served as President for the  years 1967 -1969, during which time he had  ^aken an active part in the regeneration of the  'community.  On behalf of the Welcome Beach Com- -  munity Association, President George  Murray'presented to the Holgates a handsome scroll paying tribute to their contribution to the community. In a speech of  thanks and acceptance. Roy said they would  certainly treasure it and it would have a place  of high honour in their new home. The scroll  was the work of Peter Trappitt of Roberts  Creek. ,  The new owners of the Holgate property  are Frank and Nancy Read of West Sechelt,  who already have many friends around  Halfmoon Bay, particularly among the  gardening fraternity.  Another hew resident who is being  welcomed at Seacrest is Damon Blaine Kerr,  born in St. Mary's Hospital on September  12. His parents are Sheridan and Lorraine  Kerr of Southwood and he is a brother for  four-year old Christen.  Our apologies to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh  McPhalen who are further along the  matrimonial adventure that we gave them  credit for in the last column. The anniversary  they celebrated with a family dinner at the  Richmond Inn recently was their 56th wedding anniversary - not their 46th! Sorry  friends but it is an understandable error. If  you could see these two youngsters fixing the  roof," clearing land and keeping busy from  morning till night, you too would find it difficult to believe they could have been married  for 56 years.  There's an old saying that the furthest hill  is always the greenest and we were reminded  of this last week when the Western Regional  Newspaper Magazine came out with an article entitled "The Fishing's Great in B.C."  The article is by Bev Creamer who advises  - his readers to "Take the Langdale ferry at  Horseshoe Bay and head on up the Sechelt  Peninsula, an area of unsurpassed beauty,  winding mountain roads and clear fresh air".  The writer extols the thrills of salmon  fishing and mentions Halfmoon Bay, Lord  Jim's Lodge and some of the famous fishing  spots around Powell River such as 'the hulks',  Coho Point, Grief Point and the southern tip  of Harwood Island. So better be prepared - we  are due for an invasion from Hawaii any time  now. The clipping was sent to Mrs. Richard  Birk by her son dermis who is living in  Honolulu.  (Editor's note: Bev Creamer is the  daughter of well-known Powell River  residents Gordon and Alice Creamer. Bev  writes for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin.)  Over 400 Million people suffer from  Trachoma. Proceeds from a single UNICEF  Hallowe'en box can buy enough antibiotic  ointment to cure severl children afflicted with  this disease which, if untreated, leads to  blindness.  "l**     -      __Vr^��F--riK>>tl*a.-'hm1^irH tT&X^.i  gig?BIrfeS  UPKEEP   D.C.    WATERS     CLEAN^^  IT'S NOW OFFICIAL, Gibsons-Sechelt  Airport is a licensed airport. The 1976-77  license for the airport came in last week.  It expires May 31,1977. The license had  been held up pending land clearing at  the airport site., ���Timesphoto  leaBflli cent re auxiliary se  One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest* is funny,  shocking, powerful and, in the end, heartbreaking.  -Gene Shalit, NBC-TV  The first meeting was held at the Pender  Harbour Health Clinic September 22 to form  the auxiliary, Mr. Jack Heidema chaired the  meeting until protem officers were chosen.  Jackie Donnelly will act as president, Jack  Heidema as vice-president, Iris Griffiths as  secretary, Violet Evans as publicity and Lou  Heidema as ways and means.  This auxiliary is open to men and ladies.  Membership dues to the Pender Harbour  Health Society of two dollars is required to  join, payable at the clinic or mail to Mr. John  Duncan, Madeira Park, B.C.  A Thanksgiving Market will be held October 9, noon to 1 p.m. at the old firehall,  Madeira Park. Donations of home baking,  garden vegetables, plants, etc., will be  greatly appreciated and accepted at the old  firehall or phone Lou Heidema at 883-9973.  Grateful thanks goes to the Community  Centre for the use of this building for our  activities. ,  Meetings will be held the fourth Wednesday of every month at the clinic at 7:30  p.m.  GIBSONS SCHOOL of THEATRE DANCE  Qualified tuition in Classical Ballet and Tap Dancing.  Beginners to professional. Boys & girls.  Classes re-open October.  886-2S31  fJvntasy'J?iltns  presents  A M1WS FORMAL FILM  JACK NICHOLSON ,n"ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOOS NEST  Starring LOV1SE FLETCHER and WILLIAM REDFIELD ��� Screenplay LAWRENCE HAUBENanJ BO GOLDMAN  [Ac-Jon the novel hy KEN KESEY- Director of 'Photography HASKELL WEXLER ��� Music-JACK NITZSCHE  PmiuudhySAVL7MNT2aniMlCHAhLD0VG1JS-DirectedhyMlWSF0RMAN  s&mp   SEPT. 30- OCT. S  HOAOMITTAHCITO IHSONS IMtiM 11  WARNING: violence  and coarse language.  Can be frightening  for children.  \  iCCESSORIES  ^Md��fMn l^^.t-y^J**) 1^^^^^>) 1<  FISHING TACKLE  s /  PageB-4    The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 29,1976  in the Campbell's Family Shoe Store, at the corner of Wharf and Cowrie Streets.  QtSuiY  msmtz  ���mm*. $. gardsn  GiTV MSHT$  CKAPAfiAl  SASMGH?  LOUVEU  GASLIGHT  PINTO  .KACMBA6A  TA&ARAK  TA&AgAK  KABitiA  STYLS tf��.��5   -  ENtgAttCaNG  iu.ustba7.q��3  CQWQUeST  SONATA  Mtettto  ��� :l  coioa  GINGER  I  fiLUS/GREEN  '  ORANGE   -  I  I  f  !  \  !  I  I  I  .1  I  8  I  ��  I  I  !  1  I  I  MARIGOLD  RED TWEED  SUNDANCE  INDIAN COPPER  CARAMEL    .  GOLD ORANGE  BEIGE  BROWSE/ORANGE  8ROWN/ORANGE  GREEN  GOLD  VAL. ORANGE  s  I  i  I  i  I  j  MIDNIGHT SUN j  JASPER BRONZE  \  I  CONSTRUCTION  Thick, heavy Saxony  Short, light -shag  Indoor/Outdoor carpel with a cut pile  Printed kitchen carpet with rubber back  Level loop spece dyod, with rubber back  Cut and loop, embossed design, two torn?  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'-'SCS' "'  .^^p^w^  ��&��  IpilRiillRlNPIS  lilGlllllllsiiii  ||J|rjC|g|atian|all||^  iilllllili  L@��k arouncB7 see our  Super Sil�� Prices?  r* I  and mak�� your house  IY, MANY  BARGAINS  LABLE UNTBL  TH.  % ��ft���-IBB-Sft��  u  U   V5��U \b5* U  A  lr��n  p  p  GffiL  r��tj i-i*i mai -out rt:i p.m rji r-n -ota na tatsi taa (aia tax�� eta em bu mi feaa m *ra*ti bbi tna m* wm wm pirn torn eon km n-a m ran w*a en mi ma lata m-a can tna  i  1  0  B  ���HMi-ainnMWwmnMn^innnM  0  0  We are pleased and proud to be a part of your new Sechelt expansion. In honour of your New Showroom Sale,  we will be celebrating with many unadvertised in-store specials on quality footwear for the entire family.  CAMPBELL'S FAMILY SHOES AND LEATHER GOODS  i  Been taw mm m$* pa* mm wn mat m* mm nm mm nm jus** ewi mm im** rm am nam mm own Mm mm tern *m mm mi mm tarn Mm ������� pm ps�� now ih pm mm bs*�� ��*i Mm pm pm pm pm pm MP pm mm pm pm m�� pm pm pm bsw mm ps pm imi wa mm p�� -Bin pm tn*** K��n na issm psa ca  /IJbove Safe ffSefflis Mailable in Secfteft Sf��re Only.  �� SALE DATES: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH THROUGH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9TH~ ALL SALES FIHAL-N0 REFUNDS OR RETURHS��  ���    I /  /  v     y  7  y   ��� /  "������      y  *&'"��� -t*ffi  ENINSULA  Section C  Wednesday, September 29,1976  load paving c  Pages 1-8  Gibsons has now completed its road  paving program for 1976. Alderman Bill  Laing told council last week that the program  had been finished. He said there was still  some patching and minor work to be done;  but that fell under the maintenance program  for pubtic works.  Reporting oil other public works projects,  Alderman Laing recommended the council  pursue sewer hookups on the extension of  Alderspring Road to Gower Point Road and  also in the Burns and Wells Lane' area. This,  T@i  n  RCMP in Sechelt and Gibsons are investigating a number of thefts and vandalism  which occurred over the last week.  The Homestead Drive-in was broken into  sometime the night of September 22. Some  bottles of liquor were reported stolen.  Davis Bay Elementary School was again  broken into sometime the night of September  21. Nothing was reported stolen. The school  was also broken into September 15.  An 18 foot trailer belonging to Percival  Trarey of North Vancouver was broken into  he said, would add an additional 21 hook-ups  to the system, bringing the total to over 600..  He recommended the Alderspring area to  be done first, but that the Burns Lane area  follow shortly because of what he said may  become a health problem; in that area.  The road outside the new senior citizens  hall in Gibsons will be named Harmony Lane,  Aid. Laing said, in keeping with the Gibsons  Old Age Pensioners naming their hall Harmony Hall.  m  September 21. Nothing was reported stolen.  The trailer is parked in Roberts Creek.  Twenty bundles of cedar shakes and a  citizens band radio were stolen from a truck  parked outside the Pender Harbour Hotel.  sometime the night of September 2k  RCMP in Gibsons are investigating the  theft of two 20 foot long culverts stolen from  the Gibsons garbage dump area. The  culverts, valued at $300, belong to the  regional district. They were left beside the  garbage dump gate September 17 and were  reported missing September 20.  THE SUNSHINE COAST AREN^  1976-1977 SEASON OPENING DANCE  Oct. 2,1976 from 8 pm-l am  ' LIVE MUSIC ���$5 PER COUPLE��� LUNCH SERVED  Tickets available at  ARENA    BENNER'S FURNITURE      TRAIL BAY SPORTS     UNCLE MICK'S  call   885-2955  for, details  Use 'Times' Adbriels to Sell, Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  ?��si*^'WW^*!!'W!!*��T<'i!&  \  OFFICIATING at the opening of Har- ribbon cutting at the Gibsons Old Age  mony Hall in Gibsons was MLA Don Pensioners organization hall September  Lockstead. The MLA was on hand for the   22. ��� Timesphoto  isioi  William Edward Bradford was fined $400  in provincial court-September 22 for driving  while under suspension.  Crown counsel Peter Minten told the court  that Bradford was stopped by the RCMP in  Selma Park after police noticed the vehicle  travelling over the speed limit and weaving.  Minten explained that Bradford's license was  suspended for 24 hours and that he was  warned hot to drive. RCMP later stopped  Bradford four miles down the road.  "It's looked upon with the utmost severity  when you drive under suspension," Judge  Walker said when imposing the fine.  Emile Kurtus was fined $350 for impaired  driving.  In relating the circumstances crown  counsel Peter Minten said that Harding was  stopped by RCMPon April 15, 1976, after  police saw his vehicle cross the^centre line  several times.  Harding had a breathalyzer reading of .21  per cent. .  7 "The reading is extremely high/' Judge  Walker noted, "I'm taking into account that  you were co-operative with "the RCMP and  that your driving was not excessively  erratic."  George August was given a conditional  discharge after being found guilty of theft  under $200.  August was charged with stealing a tape  measure from Sechelt Building Supply on  March 12.  In finding August guiltyi judge Walker  noted, "I'm satisfied the defendant was not so  intoxicated that he could not formulate and  knew what he was doing."  "If I were you I'd consider stopping  drinking totally," he advised August.  Hubert Arnold Joe, was given a two year  suspended sentence for breaking and entering.  When imposing sentence Judge Walker  commented, "I think it's necessary to point  out to you that the record is one of the  lengthiest I've seen. This shows to me that up  to nowyou've hada total disregard for law."  Conditions of the-suspended sentence are  that Joe keep the peace and be of good  behavior and that he not drink alcohol.  Patrick Edward Snell was fined $25 for  being a minor in a licensed premise.  Crown counsel Peter Minten explained  that Snell was found by RCMP in the  Peninsula Hotel lounge August 14.  tons  REBUILT  by the  nviv  .serving yoiV  '      cut      i   peninsula motors, sechelt  (gulf stcctian next. t&,th& hospital}  885-2H1 ask for JAY  GIBSONS BRANCH  has a complete selection of new giftware &  items for the whole family, such as:  "so Crystal  ��� Decanter Sets  ��Bar Accessories  ��� Special Occasion Giftware  ISTS  COMPLETE FLOR  ��� Weddings  ��� Anniversaries  ��� Funerals  ��� Corsages  TROPICAL & FLOWERING PLANTS  UFC  member  UNITED,  FLOWERS* BY-WIRE SERVICE  "World Wide  Wire Service"  Ph. 886-9941 Marine Dr. lower Gibsons    I   : -        i  PILEDRIVING  WOULD YOU LIKE PILINGS DRIVEN?  (Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Egmont, Nelson Island)  if so, contact  PETER BENJAFIELD  Tjio Flshorman's Rosort   J|J|fl|   ^^^g  Garden Bay, B.C 0&4$m<��,*��&^H  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Take notice that the Sunshine Coast Regional District Court of  Revision will sit on the following dates in the Board Room of the  District office, Wharf Street, Sechelt, B.C.:  Friday, October 1,1976 ��� 10:00 aim. to 12:00 noon.  Saturday, Octobor 2, 1976 ��� 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon  to hoar any complaints and correct and revise tho 1976 S.C.R.D,  Electoral List.  Coplos of tho 1976 List of Electors covering Electoral Areas  "A", "B", "C", "D", "E" and "f of tho Sunshlno Coast Roglonal  District v/ill bo posted upon tho Public Notlco Board in tho Regional  District Olflco and at all post offlcos and community halls on  September 20, 1976.  [AArs. ] A.G. Prossloy,  SocrotaryTroasuror  oi the Sunshine Coast  ���>    ��� ���   .    x  d work in Varici  FS EASY, CUE  WFA  K  SECHELT-VANCOUVER HARBOUI  Loavo Socholt at 8:15 am, roturn 4:15 pm samo day  RETURN  [AAON-SATI  SECHELT-VANCOUVER AIRPORT  Loavo Socholt 8:10 am, cholco of four roturn flights samo day  4*  RETURN  ] DAILY]  Vancouver, 6S9-8651  Sechelt, $85-2214  Hnnaimo, 753-2041  Pender Hbr, ZEnBth 6416  s  r^sy^s^y/yvs^^yipr^i^^.^  ��   CAT & DOG BOARDING  ALL BREED DOG GROOMING  OBEDIENCE DOG TRAINING STARTING SOON   ^  w5iT'#5#3#^^ ^  /     / X  7  X  X  y-  'A.  X  A  ry  x  >  ���?_  /  X  y:  A  y  A  ���;/���-������  X  /  :.~Ary,;:.i-y,:  iy.A,  'X,,,/  A  id the Want Ails for Best Buys      phone 885-3231  /  s  PageC-2     The Peninsula Times   Wednesday, Sept 29,1976  Coming Events  Real Estate  GIBSONS SCHOOL  OF THEATRE DANCE  Registration of students at the  Twilight Theatre, Gibsons.  Fri., Oct. 1 -12 noon-5 p.m.  Sat., Oct. 2 -10 a.m.-12 noon  Mon, Oct. 4-5 p.m.- 6 p.m.  Enquiries: Telephone  Mrs. Milward  886-2531  215744  Birth Announcements  ������.-���I������- ,-fc���^���������������������������  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ... are pleased to sponsor this.  Birth Announcement space, and.  extend Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  ERNIE AND BELLA Burnett are  pleased to annouce the birth of  their baby girl Gypsi Coral, born  Sept. 19,1976, weighing 7 lbs., 10  ozs. A little sister for Kim. 2133-44  ROWLAND: Craig and Ann (nee  Inglis) are proud to announce  the birth of beautiful Leanne  Victoria, 6 lbs., 4 oz. on Sept. 30,  1976^ in Royal Columbian  Hospital. First grandchild for  Mr. and Mrs. J. Inglis, Port  Coquitlam and fourth for Mr. and  Mrs. S. Rowland, Davis Bay, B C.  First great grandchild for Mrs.  A. Inglis, Sechelt, B.C.      2158-44  Card of Thanks  I WISH sincerely to thank friends  for their kind expressions of  sympathy and for the beautiful  floral offerings in my recent  bereavement in losing my dear  wife, Marjorie May. ��� Jock  Bachop. 2138-44  TO THANK Doctors Myhill-Jones  and Lubin and Patty and the  rest of the staff and all my  friends for their get well wishes.  ���Olive Provencal. 2147-44  In Memoriam  MARSHALL: In loving memory  of Roy Marshall (age 27) who  passed away Sept. 27,1975. Ever  remembered and ever loved by  Mum and Dad, Ron, Cecile and  family, David and family. 2024-44  Personal  ALCOHOLICS     ANONYMOUS  meetings   8:30   p.m.   every  Wednesday.     Madeira     Park  Community Hall. Ph. 883-2356.  12648-tfn  PHOTOGRAPHS   published   in  The Peninsula Times 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-tfrij  BOB CRICHTON would like to  thank all those who called him  when they needed a carpenter.  2038-44  Help Wanted  EXPERIENCED person in bookkeeping; cash handling and  typing. Tremendous opportunity  for right person. Refs req. Only  serious applicants need apply to  Box 715, Gibsons. 2069-44  AVON ~  To buy or sell. Call 885-2183 or  886-9166.  1545-tfH  DAYTIME babysitter in Gibsons  area. Ph. 886-7821 after 6. 2146-  44  AVON  Need extra $$ to make Christmas  merrier? Earn them as an Avon  representative. Sell beautiful  gifts, jewellery, cosmetics, more.  I'll show you how. Call 885-2183 or  886-9166. 2082-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR: must sell  charming, quiet seclusion, two  adjacent large view lots, near  lake and sea. R3 zoned, southern  exposure, paved road, city  amenities. $12,500-No. 5; $10,500-  No. 6 or view and make offer.  Terms, 10 pet. down, 8 pet. interest. Call collect 768-5659, Mrs.  Eric Davidson, Westbank, B.C.  or Mrs. Walker, 885-2998.   2076*45  BY OWNER        ~  Brand new 3 bdrm. 1200 sq. ft.  home on a 100 x 100 ft. well treed  and very private lot on Chaster  Rd. Shake roof with skylights.  Full basement with f.p. finished  upstairs-and down. See and .  compare at $49,000.  FOR INFORMATION CALL  886-7511  1931-tfn  POWELL RIVER area. 2 homes  on Vz acre. Walk to govt, wharf.  Ideal for fisherman. $150 rental fr  1 hse. Small repairs needed.  $27,000. Will consider terms. Ph.  (112) 487-9595 or RR No. 3, Box 7,  Powell River, B.C. 202844'  MODERN new 2 bdrm. home. W.  Sechelt. Spacious living room,  all services, excel, view. $42,900.  Ph. 885-3660,885-3942.        2091-46  NEW 1973 3 bdrm 1200 sq ft post  and beam cedar home. Harvest  gold appliances, sheltered dock,  aeep moorage. Good view.  $125,000. To view call 883-2709,  291-1642,941-5451. 210046  SEACOAST DESIGN  & CONSTRUCTION  Custom Home Design  885-9213   Larry Moore   885-37 IP-   1900-tfn  BY OWNER: WeU built 2 bdrm  home, Gower Pt. Rd. W-w  carpets throughout. Bsmt, rec  rm, fp, incls. range, fridge. Full  price $39,900, terms. Ph. 886-2131  eves. 205844  POWELL RIVER duplex $22,000,  $2500 dn. Reduced for quick  sale, presently being rented. Call  collect (112) 254-5836.       1839-tfn  OPEN WEEKEND 24  CRUCIL RD. GIBSONS  $15,000 down, bal. by AS at CIR  will buy this immac. 3 yr. old 4  bdrm view home. 2 FP, rec, rm,  carpeted throughout, sundeck.  Grnd level has room for in-law  ste.  PH. FRANCES HEAL  922-5877  Block Bros. 922-3911  213044  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by Legal or Reador advertising 60c por  The Peninsula Times count line.  for Westpres Publications Ltd. Deaths,     Card     of     Thanks,      In  at Sechelt, B.C. Memoriam, Marriage and  Engage-  ���  Established 1?63 ment notices are $6.00  (up to   14  #\V7V/| D~)r\f] lines)  and 60c per line after that.  JJ^^I^SINJ . Four words, per line.,.  Member, Audit Bureau Birth  Notices, Coming Events  take  of Circulations regular classified rates.  March 31,1976 \  Gross Circulation 4150 Ad-Briefs   must   bo   paid    for    In  Paid Circulation 3241 advanco by Saturday, 5 p.m. ���  As filed with the Audit  Bureau  of ,  Circulation, subject to audit. Subscription Rates:  Classified Advertising Rates: By Mail:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words) Local Area     $7.00 yr.  One Insertion      $1.80 Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  Three Insertions I .$3.60 U.S.A     STtfOOyr.  Extra Lines (4 words) :. 60c Overseas SU.OOyr.  (Display Ad-Briefs Senior Citizens,  $3.60 per column inch) Local Area. .��� $6.00  Box Numbers 60c extra Single Copies  15c ea.  ^nder Harbour Realtyltd  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  HARBOUR MOTORS ���    Here's a fine business for an  experienced bodyman wishing to locate in this area. Facilities include  gas station, service bays and body repair sho.p. A 3 bedroom house is  included.  Presently  showing good  return  and steadily  improving.  Offered at $135,000.  ACREAGE:   7  acres   on   Highway   101.   Has   potential  commercial or subdivision possibilities. F.P. $35,000.  SMALL ACREAGE ���  I  l/S acres on Francis Peninsula. Folly  serviced. Full Price $19,900.  BRAND NEW: 2 bedroom, full basement home in Garden  Bay. Within a stone's throw of marinas, shops, etc. Full price iust  $47,500.  BEAUTIFUL VIEW: Well maintained 3 bedroom home on  large 144x 200' landscaped lot overlooking the entrance to Pender  Harbour. AJirst 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.   WATERFRONT  HOME  PLUS. BOATWORKS ��� . property  consists of 2 waterfront lots with 200' of waterfrontage in total, large  shop, marine ways, 250' of floats, water lease lot, modern 3 bedroom  home. Asking $130.000 with possible terms.   BEAUTIFUL LOTS ��� First time offered. 3 to choose from  on Francis Peninsula. Each is approximately one acre and in park-like  setting. Serviced. Each $15,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA: First class waterfront home with 2  bedrooms and garage. Has one of the area's best views from a sunny  situation in 'Malcolm' Harbour. A must see at $74,000.  EXTRA SPECIAL ��� Lovely 2 year old 2 bedroom plus den  home on a serviced water view lot in Madeira Park. Just $36,000.  PHONE 883-2794  John Breen  -9978    <  883  insurance  Jock Hermon  883-2745  _______!  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, trailers allowed, serviced.  From $10,500.  SEVERAL PANORAMIC VIEW LOTS ��� In Davis Bay. Laurel and Green Avos. From $13,900.  Work Wanted  WHAT DO VOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ��� Experienced, Insured work?  ��� Prompt, guaranteed service?  ��� Fnir estimates?  Then gives us a call: PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD., 1185-  2109. 758-tfn  HOUSES1TTER  will  care  for  your   home    while   away.  Weekend,   week   or   month.  Bohdnblo. Ph. 000-7317.    2012-tfn  IXXJ HOME BUILDER  Peter Harrison  (112)988-2280  19BIM4  DUMP  TRUCK   and   backhoe  avnllnblc. Ph. Phil Nicholson  88D-2110 or 885-2515. r)St*n  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  AND GARDEN MAINTENANCE  Regular   scheduled   lawn   and  garden maintenance.  I/)W Maintenance, Rark Mulch  Reds  Fall Garden Cleanup  Rook ,now for winter fruit tree  pruning  'torry,   booked   up   for   major  landscaping lobs tor this year.  VURE ESTIMATES  10% DOWN, EASY TERMS ��� recreational properties ad|olning Buccaneer Marina. Nicely treed. From  $7,900.  SANDY HOOK ��� Peace, tranquility, sunshine. Arbutus treos and sparkling water, All this can bo your  dream come true, 70'of serviced waterfront for $28,500 or offors.  HALFMOON BAY WATERFRONT LOT -��� Powor, water, telephone, sowor available. Situated near ond of  pavod lane with lots"of Arbutus troos. This lot has 65' WF and faces duo south to Merry Island. Closo to  boat launch and good summer moorago. A must to soo for tho WF buyor.  IHQMESl  DAVIS BAY ��� Doluxo 3 bodroom Vlow homo ono short block from the bost boach on tho Sunshlno Coast.  Custom built by ownor. This boautlfully appolntod homo must be soon to bo fully approclatod. View by  appointment.  COUNTRY BUNGALOW��� if It's seclusion with a vlow you'ro looking for, soo this spotless 2 bdrm 2 yr old  homo. Eloctrlc hoat, Half bsmt, Nostlad among dogwoods and ovorgroons. Asking $37,500,  SANDY HOOK ���Boautlful view of Inlot. 3 bdrms, w/w throughout, full basomont, 2 flroplacos, carport &  sundock. Locatod on Doorhorn Drlvo. Asking $49,700, ownor will carry agroomont at 11 % Intorost.  ��� OrT^p  v .-j. ,*��������������� dr ���4,'iP  ... M**a��  ��*--.    .-**-���  '\4l >.'.,  "*���*        .*���  "���*.��� '���:-)  '������-? ���*�����-,���."tot  Li  HIGHWAY 101 ��� WEST SECHELT ��� Lorgo 2  storoy, A bdrm homo sultablo for 1 or 2  families. 2 sundocks, largo landscapod lot, Pino  houso for largo lamlly or possible rovonuo,  $40,000.  [BMS.IMES5.es  ifcti..*.**-*;..1.    .-   ?.*. .1-.^..&'l.l  SERVICE STATION ft COFFEE SHOP; In Halfmoon Bay, A good buslnoss, only $45,000; Includos buslnoss,  oqulpmont and property.  880-7244  3051-tfn  IMRMPll  DEVELOPMENT ACREAGE 5 acros, glvo or tako, In Socholt VillnQo. Probablo vlow ol Socholt Inlot nftor  -io loci Ivo doorlng, Roods to both onds, wator and powor to ono ond, Build 660' ol road and croato 20 lots,  66 k 132' oath.  11,7 ACRES      Ent Porpolso liny oron, noar morlna, Not In land Iroozo, Hydro nnd walor, Asking $43,000,  FREE CATALOGUE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST ~  MOTHER    AND    child    neck  housekeeping Job In motherless  home, references. Ph. illtfi-  3303. ?, 103-44  Len/Suzanne Van Egmond  885-9883  Ed Baker  885-2641  BOX 10O, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PHONE: PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233  TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  Member pf Multiple Listing Service  ISLANDS  SUTTON ISLAND, Egmont��� beautiful treed small island. 1.7 acres'-fc  with beach and sheltered cove, located directly in front of the Egmonr  Marina. Asking $45,000.  WILLIAM ISLAND ��� beautiful 2 1/2+ acre island at the entrance to  Pender-Harbour, just off Irvine's Landing. Piped water. $100,000.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE!  ST. VINCENT BAY ������ 2 parcels, each with an undivided l/24th interest  in D.L. 3839, 375'�� waterfront; 5�� acres. Southwest exposure, boat or  plane access. $24,000 & $30,000.  ArESTMERE BAY ��� NELSON ISLAND ���A unique 40 acre property with  both sea front and, lake front. 1500 ft�� good sheltered waterfront in_  Westmere Bay and 200 ft��. lakefront- dn West take. Improvements  consist of a good 3 bdrm home, 2 summer cottages, floats and Jeep'  road to West Lake. Full price $160.000.  'Adjoining 4.8 acres with 1200,ft. + waterfront could be purchased  in conjunction with the above property for $40,000.  EARL COVE ��� 1800 ft! �� good waterfront on approx. 42 acres. 3 BR"  furnished home, creek, access from Egmont Rd, $225,000,  EGMONT ��� 562 ft+ good waterfront on 4 3/4 acres + with nice 2  bdrm double wide mobile home & addition with 3rd bdrm, 2nd  bathroom & utility room. Road access from Maple Road. $125,000.  AGAMMEMNON BAY ��� 200+ ft waterfront with 900 ft frontage on  Egmont Road adjacent to Jervis View Marina. 5.11 acres. Spectacular  view up Jervis Inlet and fishing on your doorstep. $68,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 1/2+ atres   with   500 ft+_ sheltered waterfront.  A very nice parcel. $122,500.' ^ ^  DORISTON ��� Sechelt Inlet��� small waterfront lease acreage with  unfinished cabin. $5,500.  |   WATERFRONT LOTS   ��  1. GARDEN BAY ��� 290 ft�� waterfront with sheltered moorage,.  driveway .in. Approx'. 2 acres. $70,000.  i. GERRANS BAY��� 100 ft +, waterfront with 188' frontage, on Francis  Peninsula Road. Driveway, septic tank, water line and electricity all in  $32,000.  3. REDROOFFS ROAD��� 1.5�� acre lot, excellent Gulf view. 100�� cliff  waterfrontage. $18,900.  4. GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Lot 31, approx 80' waterfront, southern  exposure. Deep sheltered moorage. $39,000.  5. RUBY LAKE ��� Lot 4 has 117�� tt. good lakefront, driveway in from  Hallowell Rd., serviced with Hydro. $21,000.  6. MADEIRA PARK lot 44 has 85^ ft. waterfront, 1.42 acres on Hwy.  101 in'Madeira Park. $28,000.  7. SANDY HOOK ��� Lot 19, Sechelt Inlet Estates - 75+ft. gently sloping  waterfront lot, good view of Porpoise Bay. $25,000.  8. HOTEL LAKE ��� 105+ ft. excellent lakefront, 1/2 acre+wlth Hydro  and easy access. $20,000.  9. EGMONT ��� 62' sheltered waterfront in Secret Bay. Driveway, septic  in, hydro & water. $21,000.  10. REDROOFFS ��� Approx 3/4 level treed lot just off Redrooffs Road  on Seacrest Road. 75+ ft bluff waterfront with panoramic view. Septic  approved. $17,900.  1 j. SECRET COVE ��� Small peninsula of 370�� ft. waterfront, cabin &  float, southwest exposure. $79,500.  MOBILE H0HES  3  1975 MONARCH DELUXE ��� this 12 x 48| mobile home Is like new.  W/W, drapes, range, fridge, 7 x 8' utility shed all Included. A very  attraetlvo trailer set up close to the water. $12,000.  GENDALL NORWESTER ��� deluxo 1974 model, 3 bdrms with extra large  living room. Locatod at LR&B Mobile Home Park, Madeira Park. Close to  school, stores & marinas. $13,500,  ��� |       L0TS        j ���  1, NARROWS ROAD ���Good bldg lots, $9,000 & $9,500.  2. MADEIRA PARK ��� sorvlcod lots, most with view, close to school,  storos, P.O. ft marinas, $9,000*$22,000,  3, FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Lot 34, Rondovlow Road, Drlvoway In, somo  cloarlng dono, sorvlcod with wator ft hydro. Nlco building lot. $10,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR���1 l/2�� acros, nlcoly trood, socludod. Hydro  wator soptlc tanK ft drain Hold In. $25,000,     ,,  5. GARDEN BAY ��� sorvlcod lots, somo with oxcollont vlow. $12 000 to  ' $10,500,  6. RUBY LAKE ��� Lot 27, soml-watorfront vlow lot, road accoss, hydro.'  $7,000. Ownor anxious to soli, mako an offor.  7. EARLS COVE ��� largo cornor iot, sorvlcod with hydro, closo to  watorfront. $11,000,  0, HALFMOON BAY ��� Lot 43 on Truman Road, Vlow lot with wator,  hydro & sowor avallablo. $14,900,  9. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� good socludod lot at ond of Elliot Rd, Hydro  avalloblo, $0,500,  10. SANDY HOOK ��� Lots 50 ft 59, sldo by sldo vlow lots on Doorhorn  Drlvo, $10,500 oach,  11. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2 Irood, parkllko, fairly lovol  lots on  Carnoron Road. $13,500 oach,  12. SINCLAIR BAY (lOAD        Lovol,  cloarod lot  with 73��'ft road  Irontnno. $16,000,  ACREAGE  ,1. RUBY LAKE 2 1/4 acros 4 vlow proporly, drlvoway In, building  slto cloarod. $19,000,  2. SILVER SANDS A acros �� of Gulf vlow proporty with smoll cot*  trgo ond 2 mobllo homos (12 x 60 ft 10 x 50) crook. $50,500.  3. MIDDLE POINT 1(1.96 acros with crook ond 2 bdrm cotlago,  $40,000.  4, KLEINDALE 23,70 acros trood lond, Monnchor Road runs through  proporty, Somo merchantable tlmhor (not for salo soparatoly),  $50,000,  5. KLEINDALE Approx, 20 acros of fairly lovol tone) with approx, 10  acros cloarod. $42,000,  6, MIDDLE POINT 19,9 ocros �����. ocros with small ono BR cottago  located on Hwy 101. Acroogo In natural stole with good bldg altos on  higher olovallons. $53,000.  7, IRVINE'S LANDING 2,fi7 lovol ocros, vlow of ontranco to Pondor  Harbour, ocross road Irom public watorfront occoss, $42,000,  0.   KIEINDAlE -��� !i acres+_ fronting on Hwy 101. $25,000,  9*    MADEIRA PARK       3  1/2 ocros of parkllko Igpd on Splnnnkor  (toad, near 11 llio. (Poq) lake. $35,000.  10,   KLEINDALE        4,24 ocros;!; ocros on  Hlwny   101. Aroblo land,  pat Ily cloorod, crook, 24' trnllor. $25,000.  DON LOCK  Ros. 003-2526  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  003-2233  mmmmmmm ��� ��� i |Haaa�����������a���am  IZ  HOLIES  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� professionally designed and built 3 bdrm  home, 2100+. sq ft plus partial basement, built 1975. Open beam living  area, finished in red cedar with red plush shag carpeting, features a  sunken living room with frosted marble fireplace. A beautiful home for  luxury living, well situated on a treed view lot close to stores, marinas  & P.O. $110.000.   GARDEN BAY ROAD ���.2.33 acres fairly level land. 3 bdrm home with  W/W, sundeck. Good garden area, creek, $49,900.  . EGMONT ��� 2 bdrm home, 790 sq ft��, enclosed porch. On 1/2 acre+  lot, close to Egmont Marina. $27,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� brand new cedar home with 2160 sq ft of  - living area on two levels. 2 bdrm on main level and 3rd bdrm in 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 stores, marinas and P.O. $10,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Lot 47, Rondeview Road ��� new 3 bdrm split,  level home, partial basement with unfinished rec room, corner  fireplace, oil heat, ensuite plbg; sundeck & carport. $68,500.  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 ond many .extras.  Treed 1/2 acre lot with view over Harbour. $88,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 bdrm view home, built 1975, on large lot on  Gulfview Rd. Full basement, 2 sundecks, fireplace, electric heat,  includes ali drapes, central vacuum, dishwasher, fridge, range, garbage compactor & garbage disposal unit. $49,500.  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+_bu*lt 1975. Landscaped, dbl garage, large sundeck & view  over harbour. House is wefl constructed and nicely decorated. $79,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Lot 29, Rondeview Road ��� new 3 bdrm home,  full basement, ensuite plbg, roughed in rec room. $69,500.  SECHELT ��� 2,355�� sq ft 4 bdrm home on one level, built 1965, plus  one bdrm suite, 4 car carport & 588 sq ft heated workshop. Small guest  cottage. Located on 3.03: acres of beautiful, level, park-like land on  the Sechelt Inlet Rd., approx one mile from Sechelt. A very nice  property. $130,000.  BUCCANEER BAY ��� Thormanby Island. 2 BR furnished summer home  located within 100 yds of sandy beach and Vaucroft government dock.  $47,50a  IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2 bdrm home with an excellent view over Lee  Bay. W/W carpets, sundeck. Range and fridge included. Close to  marina and gov't wharf. $34,900.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 bdrm Spanish syle ranch home. 1,412 sq tt, Duilt  1975. Fireplace, electric heat, view of Harbour. $52,000.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD ��� 3 BR ranch style home, built 1973, on. large  treed lot. Garage and separate storage shed. $49,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 1,150 sq ft + 3 bdrm ranch style home, built  June 1975, double carport S storage^ 1 1/2 bathrooms, no stairs to  climb. Large selectively treed lot. $64,900.  1 WATERFRONT HOUESI  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2 BR home with partial basement on 300 ft. ��  waterfront. Sweeping view of Harbour entrance, islands & Guif; Good  garden area, no stairs to climb and privacy. $140,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 3 BR home on 237 ft + waterfront "lot, approx  T/2 acre, with panoramic view of StraH* and Harbour  entrance. House is designed for outdoor living with 1744 sq ft+j of  sundeck on 3 levels. Plus family room and office/den. $115,000  4'MILE POINT, SANDY HOOK "*- 111 ft�� waterfront with attra^ve,  well constructed 3 bdrm home on 3 levels, built 1975. 3,392 sqff of  living area plus basement area with sauna and change room. Man*/  extras including family room, rooftop patio, sundeck on all 3 levels.  $132,000. "������..,��� ;       ^__L  MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home on 78^ ft. waterfront on Lagoon Road,  with private dock & float, House is 808+ sq. ft., remodelled 1969 -  covered sundeck on 2 sides. Separate garage & workshop. Furnished  26' deluxe Kenskill mobile home, used as' guost house. Furniture,  furnishings, appliances & tools are included in the purchase price.  $95,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ���Well built 2 BR home, 1073+_sq. ft., built 1972,  full basement, float. Spectacular view of Harbour entrance. $115,000.  GUNBOAT BAY ��� Appro* 5 acres, 152+. ft. watorfront, access from  Hwy. 101 near Madolra Park.* 3 BR home and 3 cottages, float.'  $125,000.    .,..,'���'  Ilakefront properties!  I REVENUE PROPERTIES!  TRINCOMALI MARINA ��� - 2,21 ocros In Madolro Park with 100' good  watorfront ��� good gravol boach, boot launching ramp, floats, boot  shop with hoovy shop oqulpmont, marine ways, And a nlco 4 bdrim  homo with partlql basomont, good vlow, $195,000,  GRANTHAMS LANDING STORE ���on 50 fl beach"w^l��rfronl lot. Smoll  grocery storo, post olllco, ownors 3 bdrm sulto, two 2 bdrm rental  suites, ono I bdrm rontol cottago, Purchase prlco Includes store  shelving, furnishings, oqulpmont ond $11,000 stock Ih Irodo, Good  buslnoss for o couplo. $105,000.  TAYLOR'S GARDEN BAY STORE ��� 1,4 acros land! 650 ll+; sholu-red  watorlront, fargo gonoral storo wllh butcher shop, olllco, stock rooms  ft post ofllco. 3/Ojt llnoal It floats, Stondord 6ll doolorshlp, ownor* 2  BR homo, $240,000 plus cosh for slock In trodn,  IRVINE'S LANDING MARINA - Mnrlna ond trollor pork, 40 sont rolo  with licenced dining room ot tho ontronco to P��mdor Horbour. Chovron  arjoncy, boql i��ntn|s. $225,000,  PAT SLADEY  Ros. 005-3922  DAN WILEY  Ros. 003 9149  fiAKINAW LAKE ��� 165 U�� lakofront, 6.3 acres�� with small cottage.  Excollont trood proporty with sheltered bay. $50,000.  SAKlKlAW LAKE ��� 107 ft lakofront lot with comfortable summor  cottago, Franklin flroplaco, large sundock on 2 sldos, Rango, frldgo,  some furnlturo, float & 16 ft+_sailboat Includod. $26,000;  ������~r+������������ :���,���������.   PAQ LAKE, MADEIRA PARK ��� 3.77 acros, with 406 ft �� lakofront.  Possibility of subdividing to approx 11 lots. Hydro ft wator avallablo,  $56,000. ,- ,   RUBY LAKE ��� 120 acres+, of oxcollont land. 400' watorfront on Ruby  Lako, 2,600 ft.-t watorfront on lagoon. 2 housos, prosontly rontod ft  trallor spacos. $160,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� DL 4696, containing 165 acrqs+., with approx 4040  Ift of oxcollont watorfront. Accoss by |oop road from Gardon Bay Road.  $390,000. ������   SAKINAW LAKE ���- 3250 t\�� cholco watorfront, 32+ acros with 2  summor homos, floats, $205,000, ~  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 5/.5 acros + with 3,50olt + sholtorod watorfront. 2  summor   cottagos  with   bathrooms,   2   docks,   wator   accoss   only,  $200,000. _ ��� L 1 . :  SAKINAW LAKE ���-���- D00'�� lakolront wllh dock, sand boach, Southerly  oxposuro. 043 sq ft 3 bdrm furnlshod cottago with 3 ploco bathroom.,  Full prlco $60,000, Ownor will flnanco, ,      ' -/
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886-9121
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For Rent
For Rent
-GIBSONS: Level 65' x 130' lot on quiet residential street. Sewer
available. Few nice evergreen trees. $10,500.
GIBSONS RURAL: Approx. 1 mile to schools, shops & churches.
1/2 acre.developed as natural park. Well constructed -2 bdrm
cottage features step-saver kitchen, adjoining dining area is
separated from living room by lovely built-in china cabinet with
planter above. Modern vanity bath, utility,, electric heat, attached carport with storage, end. $45,000 full price.
SEASIDE PLAZA
-: ■ '       Listings Wanted
Norm Peterson
886-2607
PRIVATE PARTY wants ser-
' viced waterfront or view
location vicinity Langdale or
Secret Cove; ,will pay cash or
terms for lot alone or with ctge or
small home. No subdivisions.
Reply Box 2126, c-o Peninsula
Times, Box 310, Sechelt,
B.C. .   2126-45
ROBERTS CREEK
100' x 180'. well treed lot. Gentle,
souther slope. On quiet side road
near good beach. Fully serviced.
FP $12,900.
REDROOFS
Superior architect designed
home approx 1800 sq ft built 1974.
Top quality throughout. Features
unique central courtyard offering
complete seclusion. Plus 16' x 24'
workshop. FP $63,900.
CALL CORRYROSS
. 885-9250
L.E'. KYLE REALTOR
922-1123k
215044
SPACIOUS 3 bdrm house, 3 yrs.
old, central Gibsons.
Panoramic view, carport, large
deck, woodshed, fruit trees,
garden, basis landscaping done,
$55,000 obo:, Ph. 886-9843. s 2043-46
MAKE AN OFFER! Vacant and
must be sold immediately! 3
bdrm, 12' x 17' LR, Spanish style
kit. and dinette,, laundry rm,
carport. Excl corid. Reduced to
$29,900. Ph. 885-2416. 2143-46
PRIVATE SALE: Comfortable 1
bdrm hse with sundeck on
large lot in W Sechelt.*Full bsmt,
needs fir'. Full price $22,500. Ph.
885-2683 after 5 p.m. 2148-47
For Rent
Cozy 2 bedroom, waterfront home on level, leased lot.
Beach just a few paces from the front door. .885-9361
f
PRIME LOCATION
New commcl space for stores or
offices.   Suitable   for   various
businesses.
PH. 886-2827
2062-tfn
FURN. modern 1 bdrm bachelor,
close to Sunnycrest Plaza. $195
per,mo. avail. Oct. 15. Ph. 886-
9102. 2103-45
3 BDRM waterfront home 2%
miles  West  Sechelt  village.
' Sept. 1,1976 to June 30,1977. Ph.
885-9308 weedends. 1940-tfn
SMALL 2 bdrm. unfurn. WF hse.
Davis Bay. $225; Small furn.
hse. Redrooffs Rd. area, $200
(some caretaking duties req'd.);
Bachelor apt. Davis Bay, fully
furn. $150. AU wate rates mel. No
children or pets. Refs. req'd.
Enquiries ph. 885-9469.      2086-45
WILSON CRK. 2 bdrm home,
$250 per mo. Garden Bay Rd. 22
acres, stables, etc. Remod 2
bdrm home, $350 per mo. Century
West Real Estate. Ph. 885-
3271. 205944
WATERFRONT
Furn. 2 bdrm home in Selma
Park. 885-3651 weekends. (112)
299-3948 eves. 2097-tfn
.   FOR SALE BY BUILDER
Lovely 2 bdrm home on large
treed lot W. Sechelt. $38,900. Ph.
885-3718,885-9213. 2102-46
NEW 2 BDRM hse near Sechelt
with view. Rent $150 to a cple
who will look after it. Ph. (112)
463-4516. 2125-tfn
ON   HOTEL   LAKE,   Irvine's
Landing, furn 1 bdrm units,
$125 per mo. Ph. 885-3688 after
6. .     213946
3 BDRM house with bsmt. $350
per mo. Ph. 886-2417.    2074-tfn
RENT OR LEASE: 2' bdrm
house, heart of Sechelt.Village. ,
FP, oil fired water heat. Would
like to have mature resp. couple.
Reasonable rent to right people.
No dogs. Hse may be had partially furn. Owner will answer all
replies and will interview around
the 1st week in Oct. Reply Box
2115 c-o Peninsula Times, Box
310, Sechelt, B.C. 211545
WESTSECHELT
Fully furn wf 4 bdrm 2 bathrm
home. All appliances incl. dishwasher and freezer.
PH. 885-3985 Weekends
(112) 261-2191 Weekdays
2023-tfn
2 BDRM DUPLEX. Davis Bay.
Immed  possession.   No   appliances. Ph. 885-9719.     2144-tfn
1 BDRM APT. Davis Bay. Ph.
885-9863. 214944
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For Rent For Rent
,2 BDRM WF home. Davis Bay,
$275 per mo. Ph. 886-7701. 2140-
44
2 BDRM FURN mobile home.
Garden Bay area. Like new,
$200. Ph. 883-2321. 2141-tfn
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jMAPLE Crescent Apartments.
1662   School   Rd.    Gibsons.
-Suites,   heat,   cable   included,
Reasonable, apply Apt.
i03A. 11798-tfn
FOUR 1 BDRM duplex units.
Furn.   FR   $125   per' mo.
Lakeside Motel Pender Harbour
area. Ph. 885-3688 aft. 6.    215247
ONE 4 BDRM ste, 1-1 bdrm ste.
WF Gibsons.Working people.
No dogs. Ph. 886-7108.       215944
HALL FOR RENT, WilsonCreeK
Community    Hall     Contact
Bonnie Wigard,_885-9403.11121-tfn
1 BDRM DUPLEX in Roberts
' Creek, $135 per mo. Ph. (112)
1437-8386. 204944
Wanted to Rent
RESPONSIBLE professional cpl.
seeking waterfront hse., furn.
or unfurn. for year round occupancy. Ph. 886-9508 or (112)
946-8138. 212143
IN SECHELT: A 2 or 3 bdrm.
bsmt. home. Prefer to rent with
an option to buy. Reply, Box 2084
c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310,
Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0.      208444
SMALL CABIN or cottage, Rbts
Crk of south by resp. employed
adult (Refs avail.) Ph. 886-7988
?07144
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* Lots approx 1/3 acre
* 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
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885-2761
Jack Anderson
885-2053
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885-2385
FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE
Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt
WHY NOT: own your own
shack? This one Is tho genuine
article on a 75 x 125 Rll.lot
on Mason  Rd.   F.P.  $16,900.
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SMART 2 BDRM; full basomont
homo on a' tidy lot In tho
Vlllago, Quick possession. F.P,
$44,300.
HALFMOON BAY WATERFRONT; Llston to tho waves on
your own boach, Good
summor moorago. 2 bdrm on
a lot roqulrlng minimum caro,
F.P, $46,000,
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SECHELT VILLAGE: 1 year old.
2 fireplaces, ensuite, completely finished up and down.
2 bdrm up and. could be 2
down. Exceptionally good
value here. Across from
Hackett   Park.  F.P.   $48,900.
WEST PORPOISE BAY;
watorfront Ipt would Subdivide Into 4 lots, Quaint old 3
bdrm. homo. Excollont vlow. A
vory good Invostmont
potontlal. Good valuo at
$75,000.     .
EXECUTIVE HOME: on 1 1/4
acres in West Sechelt. 1968 sq
ft with 3 bdrm upstairs.
Master bdrm has ensuite and
walk-In closet.' Deluxe carpeting throughout. Priced in
the $80's,
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SELMA PARK: Dominion Loaso
Watorfront, 60' ol boach with
a broakwator for protection,
1000 sq It 2 bdrm homo. F,P.
$19,500.
1600 SQ FT; homo on a
socludod 1/2 ocro, 3 bdrm,
oxtra largo sunkon living
room, largo dining aroa, All
bdrms aro rospoctablo slzo,
Mastor bdrm Is largo and has
onsulto plbg, 1/2 bqsemont.
F.P, $60,900,
ON FIELD ROAD: largo, full
bosomont, 3 bdrm homo with
landscapod Ipt,        pnvod
drlvoway and doublo carport,
r.xcollont condition, F.P,
$50,500.
3-LEVEL: 2 bdrm home on a
large village lot, close to all
facilities, all finished
throughout. Good workshop,
very low maintenance. . F.P.
$47,250.
HALFMOON BAY; protoctod
moorago. Huge doublo A-
framo homo on a 135 ft lot*.
.4000,sq ft of fantastic construction all in codar. Oak
shlpdock floors, 5 b^m*8 &
billiard room with a full wot
bar. (must bo soon). F.P.
$125,000.
PORPOISE BAY ESTATE: a
really fine 2 bdrm home with
full, basement on 125 ft of
good level waterfront, excellent garden soil. All in lawn
and shrubs. F.P. $85,000.
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1600 SQ FT WATERFRONT
HOME; 3 bdrm plus don, largo
utility area, . Soparato
workshop. Lot Is 3/4 aero with
115 ft of watorfront. Vlow Is
180 dogroos from Pt. Groy to
Tdxada Island. Good pobblo
boach, Lot Is covorod with
arbutus and plno. All land-
scoped, F.P. $05,000,
HIGHWAY ACREAGE; 4/6 acros, 330'   x approx 600' all trood with
codar and fir troos, south oxposuro, F.P, $26,900.
ORANGE RD ACREAGE: 5 acros, with crook acqosa for wator and hydro
by 1ho land, Good road access and some vlow, southeast oxposuro, 1/2
cloarod and In grass. F.P, $27,000.
BEACH AVENUE ACREAGE: 3.7 acros wllh a socludod cloarlng. Gontlo
slopo to tho south. All sorvlcos avallablo Including cobloylslon. 200 ft
frontago on Boach Avonuo. F.P. $27,500,*
REDROOFFS LOTS; 2 • 00 x 250 ft lots, Both Irowl and lovol. All sorvlcod
with wotor ond powor and only $9;500 oach, This Is oaslly $2,000
choapor than surrounding lots,
NOR WEST BAY ROAD; Sovoral vory good cloorod lots only 2 mllos Irom
town. Thoso aro sorvlcod lots In a growing oroa. Lots aro 92 x 100.
$11,500,
WAKEFIELD RD, VIEW; trlanglo lot wllh an oxcollont Gulf ol Goorglo
vlow, No closo nolgl-hors. Good (Ial lot, f.P, $15,000.
MASON RD, 1/2 ACRE; A vory good larQO vlow lot with gardon soil,
loralod In ono of Iho host oroos on tho roast. Tho lol Is soworod so no
t.opllr problems. F.P, $16,900.
WILSON CREEK COTTAGE:
1000 sq ft, 3 bdrm cottage,
nicely finished, all w/w
carpets, good master bdrm:
Dining room and kitchen
eating nook. Extra large lot
with   services.   F.P.   $39,000.
WEST SECHELT*. post & beam .
view home. Over 1/2 acre of
land with this 2 bdrm home.
Lot could be subdivided In *
future. Gardener's droam lot
-— all kinds of < flowers and
shrubs. Greenhouse included.
F.P. $48,000.
WILSON CREEK FARM: tho
prlco has boon reduced on this
6.3 acre farm with 2 bdrm
house with loft. Barn on the
property Is extra largo and
has a concroto floor. Land is
foncod and has fruit and
walnut   troos.   F.P.   $66,900.
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basomont homo on a 70 ft lot.
Vlow homo, vory woll built.
Flroplaco of natlvo stono,
good largo sundock, all
thormal pano windows (or
maximum hoat rotontlon. lots,
of chlldron In tho aroa and
closo to olomontary school,,
F.P, $49,900.
.y .   /  / :  \  gageC-4   The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, Sept 29,1976  Campers and Trailers '"  Mobile Homes  INSTANT HOUSING. Why pay  rent? See this 10x55' mobile  home at 1170 Osprey St. Ph. 885-  3372. 210845  Campers and Trailers      Legal Notices  Livestock  Machinery  For Sale  For Sale  8' OKANAGAN camper. Fridge,  stove, furnace. Less than 1 yr.  old. $1750. Ph. 883-2225 9-3 weekdays. 211045  GIBSONS ��� There aren't many waterfront homes  available bu* here we have a little beauty, with all  facilities, and the beach is delightful. Approx 15  j years old, very well constructed. 2 nice bedrooms,  cozy living room has brick-faced Heatalator  fireplace and mahogany panelled walls. Entrance  hall through to kitchen. Rear entrance from attached carport. Lots of cupboards in the bright  kitchen/dining room. 4 pee bath with aqua fixtures.  Full concrete bqsement ready for finishing a rec rm  or? Utility in one corner and the near-new washer  and dryer included in the price. Oil fired furnace.  60x230' lot fully, landscaped and concrete drive  into carport. New electric range and fridge also  included in the full price of $63,000.  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  VANGUARD 8' canopy camper.  Roof racks and lights, $300 obo.  Ph. 886-7661. 212346  Boats and Engines  20 FT. HOURSTON Glascraft.  "hardtop, 302 Volvo teg, $2,950  firm. Ph. 886-9659 evenings. 2045-  44 "  24'   REINELL   cabin   cruiser,  many extras. $9,500. Ph. 885-  3455. 210645  16' STARCRAFT 1973 with  trailer, 40 HP Evinrude; 16'  Hourston 1975, 40 HP Evinrude,  elec. start; 14' 6"T Sangster, 25  HP Evinrude elec. start. Ph. 883-  2336. 208745  itWplftp  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-9121  We're National,  but Neighbourly  Highway 101 at Wilson Creek  Phone  885-3271  WEST SECHELT  300 x 1225 (8.6 acre) lot with year round creek. Beautifully treed.  Really neat 5 year 2 bdrm home situated in landscaped area. Super  18x24 workshop, easily converted to guest cottage. Vendors will  carry substantial 2nd mtg @ 10%.    '"l  GIBSONS  Show me another brand new 3 bdrm home like this udder $40,000. On  sewer and steps to shoppping/schools. Location Shaw Rd. Occupancy  immediate,  These and a broad range of other properties available.  Whether buying or selling, your inquiries are most  welcome.  Call Bert Barnes ��� Branch Manager  Century West Roal Estate Ltd.  885-3271 or ovos 922-5010 collect  EVERY OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED  Cars and Trucks  '69 CHEV % ton. Good cond. With  our without box. Ph. 886-2442 or  886-7009. 204644  '67 PONTIAC 4 dr hard top. Good  cond, $600. Ph. 883-2396. 204744  WANTED TO buy: GMC Van for  cash or trade '73 Gremlin. Ph.  886-9516 eves. 213444  FOR SALE: '69 Envoy Epic auto  pb, good mechanics, excellent  body, 950 fp. Call 885-2523 days or  885-2108 evenings. 2127-tfn  '65 EHVEY % ton window panel.  283-4 speed. Body good, runs  well. Ph. 886-9659 evenings. 2044-  44  '70 DODGE Challenger, ps, pb,  excel, cond, mag wheels, 383  magnum. Ph. 885-9764.      207245  2-327 GM engines; 5-78 x 14.tires,  reg. $38 ea., sell for $30 each.  Ph. 885-3954 (leave  message). 208045  TRAVEL  For Airline  Reservations &  Tickets CaU"  JAN  12 years experience  (All scheduled and  charter airlines)  GETAWAY HOLIDAYS  1212 Cowrie St.  885-3265  9-5p.m.  Every Day Except Sunday  All Money in Trust  A Complete Travel Service  2032-tfn  YOURGATEWAY  TOTHE  SUN-ANDFUN  For       all      your      travel  arrangements, charters, direct  flights,   worldwide  and  reservations,   contact  Lynn  Szabo.  GRADUATE  of the  Canadian  Travel College.  PLAN AHEAD  Special flight rates on hand now  for the winter months.  PENINSULA  TRAVEL-  AGENCY  DentalBlk. Gibsons  886.2855 - ToU Free 682-1513  193B44  Found  MALE, MED SIZE, tan long  wirehaired   dog.   Bush   tail.  Found on hwy Sechelt side of  Jolly Roger. Ph. 883-9283 after  5. 215644  Wanted to 6uy  WANT TO buy a band saw for  cash- Ph. 4854161  (Powell  River) after 6 p.m. stf-*tf  Province of British Columbia  DEPARTMENT OF FORESTS  Reforestation Division  ���NOTICE OF TREE  PLANTING CONTRACT(S)  Sealed tenders for the following  tree planting contract(s) will be  received by the Chief Forester,  British Columbia Forest Service,  Victoria,   B.C.,   on  the  dates,  shown below.  1. Contract 92G11-25, located  Sechelt Creek, Ranger  District Sechelt. Number of  trees 55,000. Viewing date n-  a.  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting site prior to submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m., September 30, 1976.  2. Contract 92G13-17, located  Earle Creek, Ranger District  Sechelt. Number of trees  40,000. Viewing date n-a.  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting site prior to submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m., September 30, 1976.  3. Contract 92J4-8, located  Malibu, Ranger District  Pender Harbour. Number of  trees 50,000. Viewing date n-  a.  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting site pnor to submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  ~ Deadline   for   receipt   of  tenders is 3:30 p.m., September 30, 1976.  Tenders must be submitted on  the form and in the envelopes  supplied which, with particulars,  may be obtained from the Forest  Ranger(s) indicated, or from the  District Forester, 355 Burrard,  St., Vancouver V6C 2H1, or from  the Forester i��c, Reforestation .  Division, B.C. Forest Service,  Victoria, B.C.  The lowest or any tender will  not necessarily be accepted   2081-pub.Sept.22,29,1976  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  INVITATION TO TENDER  Gibsons Ambulance Building  Tenders marked "Gibsons  Ambulance Building" will be  received up to 3:00 p.m., local  time, on 14 October, 1976 at the  Gibsons Municipal Hall,* 1490  South Fletcher Road, Gibsons,  B.C. for the construction of an  ambulance building.  Plans and specifications will be  available at the Gibsons  Municipal Hall from 23,- Sep- .  tember, 1976, for a fee of $25.00,  which is refundable upon. the  return of the documents in good  condition on or before the date of  Tender closure.  J.W. Copland  Clerk-Treasurer.  2160-pub. Sept. 29, 1976.  MILKING MOTHER goat,and  two female kids, $75. Ph. 885-  9273. 213544  GRAZING LEASE, deep grass,  fenced, creeks, seU or trade for  mobUe home. Ph. 885-3303.215444  Pets  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa-Hay-Straw  Good Tack Selection -  Case Garden Tractors  Rototillers-ToroLawnmowers  We are oh Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE 886-7527.  ���      11548-tfa  REGISTERED     Wiemerander  pups for show, pet or hunting.  Will De ready by Christmas. Call  (112) 487-9587 after 5 p.m. 2128-tfn  PUREBRED    white    German  Shepherd puppies for sale. Ph.  886-9516. 213744  OWATONNA unloader 6 cu. ft.  bucket lifts to 87", turns on own  leiigth, 42" wide. Will fit in P-U.  Little used. New cost over $7,000.  Asking only $4,500. Ph. 885-  3737. 205744  - '-.,   ...ii,-., ,r            '        .   .  �����  CAN-AMCRAWLER  CORPORATION  "THE BULLDOZER PEOPLE"  Genuine I.T.M. Undercarriage,  Rollers, Tracks, Sprockets, Etc.,  Equipment    Overhauls.    New  Tractor Parts For AU Models ������  Bullgears,     Pinions,     Engine  Parts, Track press & Rebuilding.  A Complete Service  , ."YourBobcatDealer"  4623 Byrne Rd., Burnaby, B.C.  434-2651 Telex 04-354-652    607-tfn  CATERPILLAR 933 track loader  c-w bucket and winch, serial-  11A3526.  Good working  order,  $6,000. Ph. (112) 4834094.   212946  2 SINGLE Hollywood beds, $60;  fridge, $150. AU in good cond.  Ph. 885*3853. 202244  HONEY  .  libs. $1.95; 4 lbs. $3.75  8 lbs. $6.75; 30 lbs. $22.50  Ph. 885-3805  After 6 p.m.  205444  For Sale  1 NEW PONTOON 4x2x8 ft,  $150.1 smaU fireplace as new,  $125. Ph. 883-2396. 204844  REBUILT 289 with aU-syncro 3  spd. trans. & shifter. 2 G60-14  Road Huggers and  chromies,  ��� Chev. 2 G60-13 Mad Dawgs and  chromies, 4 stud Ford. 1 set  Hijackers, Chevy II. Ph. 885-  ���2843. 209644  HAY   FOR   SALE:   good   for  bedding, compost or mulch. $1  a bale or 20 bales for $15. Ph. 885-  9357. 211245  CLOSE TO Sunnycrest Plaza,  Gibsons.   FuUy   served   and  cleared. Ready to buUd.  FP  $14,950. Ph. 886-9102. 215546  HOOVER WASHER. Good Cond,  $65, Ph after six 885-9470.  2145-  44  2 HOMES having Garage Sale,  foot of Mason Rd. and Hwy.  Oct. 2, 10-2 p.m. Kitchen table  and chairs, OCM exerciser bike,  etc. 7 214244  Entertainment  3 SPEED girls bicycle.  Exc.  cond. Ph. 885-3747. 206044  STRAUSS PIANO  $750. Ph. 885-3660.  and bench,  213646  NOW Accepting Bookings:  "SPICE". 3 piece band. The  best in dance music from the 20's  to the 70's. Ph. 885-3739 or write  "Spice", Box 483, Sechelt,  B.C. ... 211345  Music Instructions  LESSONS on guitar, bass guitar,  at your home or at studios in  Gibsons. Madeira Park. Ph. 883-  9147. * 210745  f-�� to.  ���ir. ���.-*-������*- ���  .j**-*'"1"**'  i3JS��*.VH-r*,.*-Af& ,  ������.��-*  Mortgages  ROYAL  BANK  Were you thinking of buying or  T>uMng a home?   '        . ���     ���>,  Yes.. .we have mortgage funds.  ��� Available up to $40,000,  ��� Over 25 years at i2 pet.  Why  not  drop  in  today  and  discuss it with  MARaABLANl)  Personal Loans Officer,  ��� ��� "sor        " '������...���  HERB MITCHELL  Manager  ROYALBANK  SECHELTBRANCH  188944  Livestock  CERTIFIED    Farrier,    Hans  JBerger is coming to Coast.,  Contact Sunshine Farmi 898-3751.  ,,    .���������' 994-tfn  HORSESHOEING. Any kind of  livestock bought or sold. Ph.  886-7967. 199844  From, the pulpit  .' . ���'. By PASTOR GERRY FOSTER  . Last week we wrote about a disease which  has poUuted all of us. The disease is SIN and it  is the root cause of aU our human problems.  The Bible says that because of one man's  disobedience���Adam, sin entered the human  race and death through sin. But today we are -  going to discuss the cure for this widespread''  sickness. .  First of aU there is no human 'medicine*  that will heal a person of the sin Which  spreads throgh one's body like a cancer. We  ��� must look elsewhere for the answer. God has  communicated to us through the Bible, and if  ���we refuse to acknowedge it as the inspired  word of God then We are rejecting the  'medicine' which wUl cure the sin problem.  Now let us consider this biblical cure of  diseased human nature. The above reference  to one man's disobedience caused sin to  spread to all men. But in the same portion of  Scripture, (the fifth chapter of Romans) it  . saysthat 'by one man's obedience many will  be" made righteous'. That is, there was an  event in human history which produced a  .cure for this sin disease. And that event, the  Bible says, was the death of Jesus Christ  almost 2000 years ago. This is not fiction my  friend, this'is fact. And the Bible says, 'the  blood of Jesus Christ cleanses us from all sin'.  It also says that this medicine which delivers  yoii from, sirt and justifies you before God  ypdr .Creater is a free gift.  ��� Finally, it is important to remember a  statement'tliat Jesus, Himself, made. He said  if you do not believe or have faith in Me and  My death on the cross for your sins you will  'die in your sins'. To die condemned and  ��� unforgiven or to die forgiven and justified is  ^your choice.  GIBSONS RESIDENTS did a double,  take last week when they saw a house  rolling down the highway. The structure  was the old Madsen residence, formerly  on Prowge Road, and now rests in the  new. Gibsons Municipal Works Yard at  the corner of Reid and Henry Road.  ��� Timesphoto  On October 7 at 7:30 p.m. Robert Cohen  from the IDERA Animation Program wiU  give a presentation on Cuba in the 70's in  Elphinstone Secondary School Lunch Room.  IDERA stands for the International  Development Education Resource  Association which is a non-profit  organization. From the IDERA declaration  we learn that Development Education is" the  process whereby peoples are moved to effect  change in their lives, and their political,  economic and social conditions in which they  Uve, for the purpose of.achieving a just world  order.,    .  Robert Cohen is a journalist and poet who  lived in Cuba for six and a half years, working  at Radio Havana, Cuba. He is now on  IDERA's staff as an animateur whose job it is  to create more awareness and involvement of  British Columbians in international  development.  As a Resource Centre IDERA provides  three types of services. Films, slides-tapes  and videotapes can be rented at reasonable  rates and they cover a wide range of  development education issues. The  publications available consists of a research  library cum reading room which also sells  leaflets, booklets, and magazines related to  development education issues. The IDERA  Animation is essentially an adult and public  education program which is organized by  pubUc educators or animateurs for special  audiences like post secondary education,  secondary, education, labour, community  group's, co-operatives, and churches.  The presentation on Cuba is the first in a  series that the centre for Continuing  Education plans to offer once a month in cooperation witii IDERA.  On November ,18 David Weston wiU  present 'China's Concept of Self ReUancei'  i-fl-Sw^Y  ��� 'Mffifai.  ,:m<X<Z&^ ;^;.%:::;::*:::V:::;;::*::::::::::>S-::::.*:::::;::::::;::;::::::::-::::;::::::::::  or Lease to Purchase  SEE THESE LARGE FAMILY HOMES  AT 1650 SCHOOL RD., GIBSONS  we offer  Vidw plus 1564 sq. ft. of living area, 3 bedrooms, family room,  ample parking, recreation area, close to school and shopping.  Sea-Air Estates 886-7312  Safeco Builders Ltd. 683-3291 or Res. 253-9293  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons  886-2481  Don Sutherland  885-9362  Suzanne Dunkorton  885-3971  J.W. Vissor  805-3300  SOAMES POINT WATERFRONT  Lot you and your fomlly on|oy  family Ufa to the fullest In this  boautlful homo on 1.5 acros of  landscapod proporty with 120 ft  of vory prlvato boach. Excollont  moorago for largo & small boats.  Living room hat cut ston*  flroplaco, family room with built-  in bar and Franklin flroplaco,  Roomy kltchon with amp|o  cuphonrds ft built-in stovo &  dishwasher, also has broakfasf  aroa, Soparato dining room and  full bathroom. Utility & mud  room. Upstairs you'll find a largo  mdstor bodroom, plus two moro,  Also a don and studio, Anothor  largo full boautlful bathroom, 2  sundocks ft doublo glatod  windows,  YOU'VE SEEN OUR ADVERTISING ON T.V.  Our nationwide affiliation with othor Drokora will attract buyer* and Sollora ollko.  Look at RoaUcopo and Imagine what It can do for you. "   i  SEAVIEW ROAD $23,500  2' bdrm rbrnodollod homo on good"  vloW lot. Vory attraetlvo ahd a'gobd  Invostmont.  REIDROAp $56,500  1500 sq ft of family homo sltuatod on  largo cornor lot, with troos for  privacy, 3 bdrms upstairs and small  sulto In basomont. 100 degree view,  two flroplacos,  HOPKINS LANDING $32,500  'Throo bdrm homo on dovolopod lot,  This homo Is closo to forry. It  foaturos a largo kllchon & largo  covorod porch. Prlcod right for salo,  HWY 101 $40,000  Two acros ��� 906 x 500 with crook,  Can bo subdivided Info two llvo ocro  parcols.  toll free 687-6445  Anno Gurnoy  886-2164  SHAW ROAp - $46,500  Extra largo lot attractlvoly landscapod, Houso Is split lovol with 3  bdrms, Porfoct location noar schools,  shopping otc,  SAMRON DEVELOPMENT $14,900  90' lot ovorlooklng Trail Islands, This  lot Is sltuatod In an aroa of now  homos. If you aro planning building,  look at this ono.  WINN ROAD $71,500  Throo storoy four-plox with all  sorvlcos. Rovonuo of ovor $000 por  month A could bo Increased. Two  sulto* aro vory lorgo ond could bo  llnlshod to luxury standard. Ihls  proporly Is an oxcollont buy o|lhor to  five in or as an Invostmont,  DAY ROAD $39,600  Flvo acros nlcoly troed, Locatod In a  flno rocroatlon aroa, This ono bdrm  homo would bo Idoal lor tho  wookondor, Ownor will finance,  ROBERTS CRRFK BEACH AVE  70x975, 1 1/2 ocros, $14,500; and  200 x 665, 3.7 acros, $30,000. Two  od|olnlng propoillos out of land  frooia. Good building or subdivision  proporty, Could bo bought togolhor  or separately.  NORvVES BAY ROAD $43,000  Now 111(1 sq ft homo, This homo Is  attractlvoly flnlshod In natural codar,  shako roof, thormo-pano windows  throughout, Two bdrms with wall to  wall, flroplaco, & oxcollont working  kltchon. Hoatod with malntonanco  froo oloctrlc hoat. May ho purchasod  with only $5075 down.  ABBS ROAD: Vlow Is fantastic from  this woll built 2 bdrm homo, Two  flroplacos and lots of roam for expansion In basomont, Low flftlot*,  GIBSONS-    HWY 101 $36,000  Seven acros ol lovol land with road  allowanco along ono sldo, A good  lnv#��tm*nt for $14,000 down,  LANGDALE CHINES $13,500  06 x 100 averago, Good lot In now  homo aroa. Underground sorvlcos  and pavod roads,  GLASSFORDRD $12,500  63 x 159, Only flvo lots loft, In this  attraetlvo subdivision. Lots will bo  cloarod for Ihls prlco,  LANGDALE WHARF ROAD $16,500  Half aero lot In vlow aroa, Lovol and  oasy to cloar. Closo to school,  COACH ROAD $0,500  69 x 202   lot   In   rural    .ubdlvUlon.  Must bo sold, This \\ a valuo buy.  WINN S FLETCHER RD $14,000  A corner lot with ell *��*vtc*s.  MARINE DRIVE $30,500  Charming 2 bdrm homo with vlow,  vory prlvare yard, woll landscapod.  Closo to lowor shops and bus stop,  Hoatod with hot wotor hoat. Idoal for  tho rotlrod couplo,  BOARDING HOUSE  On lovoly half aero vlow lot with frull  troos. Kitchen woll equipped with  many appliances to hhndlo small  groups. 2 housokooplng rooms, 3  sleeping rooms and ono 2 room  sulto. Modorn, Immaculafo family  living oroa wllh onsulto master  bdrm, stono fireplace, ond woll to  wall throughout.  mW/'/V\ ,  IIP #     4    j     tt,      -,   ^��D  /      / I -   I  /  '  >.-.-���/  ... - 'J  Wednesday, September 29,1976 The Peninsula Times  PageC-5  Two- years ago CBC's AM listeners, far  and away the.largest potential and actual  audience, lost the program 'Ideas Network'.  It had been a bone of contention for some time  that AM listeners only heard 20 per cent of the  FM series which has a time allotment of five  hours weekly and brought; listeners into  contact with the best minds in the country and  the world.  Now after two years of lobbying AM is  getting Ideas back. It appears from the  schedule it's a special AM version, billed as  the son of Ideas FM, with no connection to the  FM programming except the production  team..  Hopefully it isn't watered down for AM  listeners.  To get Ideas back we have to give up the  Bush and Salon, a valuable and much appreciated series of historical dramatizations  bringing to life long forgotten Canadians and  those stories of your own community which  you may not know about unless you're an old  timer or unless your community history is  well documented.  The first program in the new Ideas AM can  be heard Sunday at 1:03 p.m. and is about  Time Capsules from the ancient Sumarians  who buried them in the foundations of palaces  and temples to the film 2001.  If you were in charge of a time capsule,  what would you put in it and where would you  bury it?  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29  Concern 8:03 p.m. Aging and Longevity ���  current thought and research on why-people  age and what the scientific possibilities are  for extended life spans.  Country Roads 10:30 p.m. Dale Woods and  the Mandolins.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30  Organists in Recital 1:30 p.m.-Bernard  Legace from Montreal.  Themes and Variations 8:03 p.m. Part I.  Robin Harrison, piano, Scarlatti, Beethoven,  Chopin. Part II. Stratford Festival Em-  semble.  Jazz Radio-Canada 10:30 p.m. Profile of  Toronto flutist Kathryn Moses.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1  Canadian Concert Hall 2:30 p.m. Part I.  Yaela Herz, violin; Talmon Herz, cello, Dale  Bartlett, piano. Mendelssohn piano trio No. 2.  Part II. Joan Milkson and Janet Roy, violins,  Sally Brown, viola. Dvorak. Part III. Van-'  couver Chamber Orchestra, Dvorak.  Between Ourselves 8:03 pirn. The Heart  Beats Gaelic. .  Saturday; October 2  Update 8:30 a.m. Provincial round-up  from around B.C.  The Breeder's Stakes 1:30 p.m. live from  Toronto's Woodbine Racetrack, the third leg  of Canada's Triple Crown.  Opera By Request 2:03 p.m. your favorite  opera music.  Music de Chez Nous 7 p.m. Baroque Music.  Mireille Legace, harpsichord; Marcel St.  Jacques, flute; Bernard Jean, oboe; Rene  Bernard, bassoon. J.B. Bach, J.C. Bach, J.S.  Bach, Couperin, Telemann.  CBC Stage 8:30 p.m. Demons by Jack  Gerson. A thriller about witchcraft and  exorcism in present day Scotland.  Amateur Choirs Competition 11:03 p.m.  Mennonlte Bible College, Winnipeg; Petit  Ensemble de Musique de 1'Universite de  Quebec; Da Camera Singers, Edmonton;  Ensemble Katimavik, Montreal.  SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3  Gilmour's Albums 11:03 p.m. special  anthology to celebrate 20th anniversary of the  program.  Ideas 1:03 p.m. Time Capsules ��� are they  really messages to the future?  CBC . Playhouse 10:30 p.m. Chicken  Delight, by Clive Doucet. Comedy set in  Ottawa.  MONDAY, OCTOBER 4  Identities 8:30 p.m. New Canadians and  the labour scene from Montreal hosts Kathy  Keefler and Charlie Gursky.  The Great Canadian Gold Rush 10:30 p.m.  Interview with Simon Kirk of Bad Company.  Live concert featuring Emmy Lou Harris and  Hotband.  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 p.m Kenyatta, a  profile prepared by Patrick Hynan traces the  leader's early years, his period in Britain,  and as leader of the Mau Mau. Includes interviews* with colleagues and opponents.  Corn.  FATHER LEAGH DANVERS, a priest of September. Pictured are (1. to r.)  in the Liberal Catholic church, ahd his Ellen Danvers, daughter Susan and  family moved to Sechelt at the beginning   Father Danvers.  BY GUY SYMONDS  This Corner has repeated many times, the  reminder that for plants to thrive they must  have air in the root system area.  The enemy to this access to air is  generally too much water and the proper  distribution is dependent on drainage.  Hereabouts we live, generally speaking,  on sloping land or in areas that are affected,  by land configuration to a marked degree,  with of course the usual hollows and bumps  that make up the surface.  All around' us we see people going .onto  wild land, clearing up the brush and undergrowth to build themselves a home with  eventually a garden; We are going to suggest  that when this problem is approached a very  good thing might be to see what the drainage  situation, is. For example there might be  "A spiritual contact is not necessarily in  the church," says Father Leagh Danvers of  the Liberal Catholic church, "It's beyond the.  church, it's larger and bigger than the  church."' .  Father Danvers, his wife Ellen and their  twelve year old daughter Susan, moved to  Sechelt at the beginning of September. He has  been a priest in the church for fourteen years..  . "The. concept of the Liberal Catholic  church was to get away from the dogma of the  church and. to allow people to develop, by  themselves,*.for. themselves, at their particular stage in life." Father Danvers ex-  hoUowswherealawnisplanned.Howserious..Plai^-UWe;re. �����nted *�����* community  are these low spots? To find out, dig a wide,  shallow hole and pour water into it until the  ground is saturated andjfoe,water jstands on,.,  the surface. Then watch to see how quickly or  slowly it disappears.  If it takes a long time the odds are that you  are in for trouble when a heavy snowfall  melts or there is a prolonged wet spell. So you  should find out where the water wants to go  and how fast. Fast flowing water means soil  erosion and on this coastral strip we cannot  ; spare one cubic inch on earth. So if the water  draining from your land is brown in colour  you are losing valuable growing material that  is extremely difficult to replace. Open garden  soil has very little stability and on just about  the slightest slope will wash away unless  . something is done to hold it. .  ���Destruction   of  natural  ground   cover  deprives the land of its protection and on the  larger scene the results are catastrophic.  Fanners living in the delta flat land in parts ���  of the Fraser Valley with high land a couple of  - miles away told this gardener how their world  had changed due to man's alteration of the  environment. At that time there was much  interest in the drainage situation ih that area  as surplus water from the surrounding hills  was plunging down and destroying very  valuable crops of vegetables. While those  hills had their cover of woods and brush they  said, it took' about two weeks for tho drainage  from heavy rain to reach their land. By tliat  time the quantity was reduced to below the  danger point. Now the hills are stripped bare,  the woods and brush replaced with buildings  ond blacktop. The water tears down the slops '  and within 24 hours is flooding the land below  and drowning the crops.  So If the situation affords this kind of  dunger, on a much reduced scale of courso in*  the average garden, a bed of Ivy.will hold the  soil in place even on a steep slope in a  cloudburst.  Alternatively the slope can be changed to  levelling the filling or a stubbornly wet spot  might well be used by growing bpg plants that,  like wet feet.  If lt is a matter of water flowing oh to your  land from some other area, then it will have  to be redirected by nn Interceptor ditch. But  bo sure you nre not turning it onto someone  else's land.  In suburban areas people sometimes use  the rather expensive method of digging n dry  well or sump to catch and hold the surplus  water for uso in dry seasons.  These and other methods are nil designed  for the same'purpose ������ to turn a potential'  destructive force Into a beneficial resource.  life and work in the community.  The Liberal Catholic Church was founded  in England in 1916. ���  ' Sinci'e then it" lias  spread  throughout  Europe, the U.S. and the Commonwealth.  Clergy for the church are required to work  at secular professions in the community to  support themselves and, usually, their  chapels. "Priests in the church include  university professors, a customs officer and a  maintenance man," Father Danvers commented.. '.  Father Danvers works in the hardware  business.  .  Priests in the church are also permitted to  get married.*  "Some churches give wives a secondary  position," Ellen Danvers notes, "but not' in  the Liberal Catholic Church. While the  husband is being trained as a priest, the wives  are trained by other priests', wives for the  altar guild." '.  It takes between ten and fifteen years to  become a. priest in the church. "Priests train  other priests," Father Danvers explains,  "and candidates must be ordained by a  Bishop. It takes a lot of training and studying,  most of which must be done on your own.  Although the Liberal catholic church is not  part of the Roman catholic church "they  recognize us as we recognize them," Father  Danvers notes. The Liberal Catholic Church  orders are recognized by the Roman Catholic  Church.  ". "We use a similar eucharistic service,  although we haven't revised it as much as the  Roman Catholic church. We have the same  seven sacraments. We will hear confession,  although it is not mandatory," Father  Danvers added.  The church is described in one of its  publications, Ubique, as "an ecumenical,.  church in that it recognizes the divine in-,  spiration :and the validity before God of all .  religions and .feels itself to be at one with  them." To this end communion in the church, "is open to everyone, not just to members," Ellen Danvers explained.  Since becoming a priest, Father Danvers  has served as chairman of the ministerial  association in North Vancouver. He also  conducted a.small chapel from his home.  "No one-in the block we were in Went to  church^' Ellen Danvers recalled, "but when  they knew the service was on there was absolute silence ..There wouldn't be even a lawn  ���mower put on."  Father Danvers has been asked to conduct  many weddings in recent years.  "I"find that, young people today are  spiritually inclined but don't want to be attached to a church body," Father Danvers  said, "I feel, they must have something deep  inside,to say I want that kind of ceremony to  say that I am married."  Sechelt News Notes  PEGGY CONNOR 885-9347  Mr; and Mrs. Jack Boundy have returned   day it was open house, well attended by many  from their honeymoon trip that took them   friends and relatives.  1  OIFTS FOR RELATIVES  AND FRIENDS IN THE  UNITED KINGDOM OR  ANYwnr-nE in the world?  SfilUt ft>i  tint  /MUV  CrCft ttO fwtjn  it/nsttati>ti  u>fH/Kftwn%lYit t *1nltUt\i�� ftt t'O hy Airmail)  fmum unfitly I,'JOO (tifin mvhuUnu ���  foOil Hiiiiinnfn, Winn* iiml S|iimii, Htni-i.  I tult i    ('.<(><"��� ,    Umn tilulitt. ,    CfypiMl miii  ( .-Hi*        IftllH   lt*rtf."l'.Ki'**.      VmHiVWN'   i-'w)  (wtnitlft , lluiittiilitilil mill (lot.tin��l (llllft ,  JrtvVMll.ify , I iinlliiH lionili. mill Hnnillmiji.;  I lovvwa , loyn fiiul (ininr") , houkn ,  CntmHlt.ru mul t)inri��t>  H. L. HARNETT  l\IAtiW,"ll'  ("'^  riHUNSWICK llOUtit     TOimOtilHIU  iiiiMioiiii        oi von   -   I x.i'i sr ii ti  INOIANI)  across Canada to Manitoba stopping many  places along-the way. .  The wedding of Dorothy Robilliard and  Jack Boundy took place at St. John's United  Church, Wilson Creek, Sept. 8, Matron for the  bride was Mrs. Mary Harrowell, best man  Ivan Smith, Dean Robilliard, escorted his  mother, down the aisle. When the time came  to soy who gave away the bride, Mrs., Jo  Booth and, Dean Robilliard both stepped  forward. A wedding luncheon wns held at the  home of the bride's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Davo  Wilson.      '    '  .They , found people very happy in  Saskatchewan as it was a good wheat crop  this year. At Churchshlre, where, Jack had  spent 11 years they were royally treated by  his many friends. Edmonton was where they  saw Esther Poulson, former resident of  Sechelt. Coming through Jasper tho fall  scenery wns fabulous. Tho valley there, ns far  as the eye could see, was full of trees with  leaves of such bright, fluorsccnt-liko vivid  colors, almost ns If they were lit up.  They came down through McBrlde, Prince  (Jeorge and Bnrkcn/ille, stopping nt New  Westminster for a visit with Mrs. Robilliard,  Senior. They will make their home on Mermaid St. in Sechelt and lie very happy with  the blessings of tholr many, many friends,  An error thnt needs correcting, nt tho  Kxlcndcd Care pnrty for Mrs. Eggins it wns  Debbie Seymour, not Newman who so ably  assisted as a Junior Volunteer as well ns  helping with Uie food,  I/��o and Doreen Ncstmnn celebrated 25  years of married life thnt started Sept, 3 that  many years go and had added to the  population eight fine offspring, plus two  grandchildren. On tSept. 4 a dinner party was  hold In (heir honor nt Ciihii Martinez. The next  Their f lrstbornEiiqen and Jerome Bender  with Christine Nicole, 16 months', Carla  Eileen, four months, were here on holiday  from Cranbrook.  Then there Is Danny and his finance Kit  Moffat, Bill and Susanne, Robert, David, Lee-  Ann, Wilfred and Peter. A fine community-  minded fomlly that have contributed greatly  to the area. Congratulations Leo and Doreen.  Chairman for the Sechelt Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital Merry-go-round bridge wns  most happy wlththe opening party hold at St.  Hilda's Church hall Sept. 23. This Is a get  acquainted night with 12 tables of bridge  going, making quite a good start off for tho  season. Eighteen pairs of ladles for tho  singles tournament and 16 couples to toke  part ln tho merry-go-round bridge.  It was a beautiful party, good food, good  friends, cards good for somo, so so for others.  First prize went to Bob and Jean Barclay,  second to Mildred Whittaker nnd Nellie  Whalte.s. Consolation prize went to Luura  Potts and Janet Carruthers.  Special guests from Cnllfornin, Mr. nnd  Mrs. Throlkclu, luul Just arrived from Victoria thnt evening and camo along with their  hostess Mrs. Lynn Wilson and Joined In the  , piny-  No matter what shape  you're in, you  can be in  shape.  panrtcipacrmni  Hiii-m. Id y-mir hem I ymi kixw li\ right  EAL ESTATE  APPRAISALS  NOTARY PUBLIC  DENTAL BLK"  GIBSONS  PHONE 886-2277  i land development ltd.   TOLL FREE 682-1513  Jon McRae  885-3670  Ken Crosby  HOUSES  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  CHASTERHOAD: A Bargain! This 3 bdrm home  on a good sized lot is a terrific investment.  Needs some interior painting etc. Presently  rented at $200 per month. The price is not a  misprint, it really is only FP $26,900.  GOWER.POINT ROAD: 3 bdrm, 'A' Frame, post  and beam home. Acorn fireplace, wrap around  sundeck and storage shed. Level lot close to  Post Office, shopping. Beach, etc. F.P. $34,500.  FAIRMOST ROAD: 4finished bdrms in this 1360  sq ft full Basement home, Fireplaces up and  down, finished rec room, 2 full bathrooms, plus  ensuite. Living room, dining room with, nook  area all have a beautiful view of the Bay area  and out through the Gap. Double carport and  huge sundeck round out this home designed for  comfortable family living. FP $67,500.,  HILLCREST ROAD: This lovely 3 bdrm home  has an extra large kitchen area with a  super view from the spacious Hying room.  Some of the many extras include landscaping, carport, full basement and  fireplace. FP $49,900.  STEWART ROAD: Three bedroom, beautiful  Spanish style, sunken living room home. On  1.46 acres in very quiet area. Many features  including a gorgeous fireplace. Den pnd  garage. Almost 1400 sq ft of living area all on  one floor. FP $68,500.  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD: One land-,  seaped acre, on the .Waterfront in Roberts  Creek, provides the ideal .setting for this 3  bdrm home on full basement. Wall to wall  carpet throughout this 1324. sq ft with covered  and carpeted sundeck, .ensuite plumbing,  double carport and many extras such as steps  to,the beach and boat house. FP $79,900.  SHAW ROAD: 3 bdrm split-level home on large  landscaped corner, lot. Modern kitchen, nicely  appointed living room with wall to wall carpet.  Extra large carport, bright stucco exterior.  Priced to sell. FP $44,500.  GRANVIEW ROAD: Nearly 1/2 acre of ruraL.  playground could be small hobby farm, with 2  .horse paddocks, hen house and duck pond  already in. This home has a spectacular view of  Georgia Strait which can be enjoyed from the  large 45' sundeck. The basement is all set up as  dn inlaw suite with full kitchen and bath. This  large spacious comfortable home is only 2  years old. Many extras .including unique  designed acordn fireplace. FP $68,500.  HIGHWAY 101: Home and 2 lots ��� Means  value, excellent view of the Bay .area, ideal  retirement or starter home with all appliances  included. Situation on nicely landscaped double  lot close to schools and shopping. FP $38,900.  GOWER POINT ROAD: 4 bedrooms In this  lovely full basement home in Gibsons.  Seclusion and still close to shopping and Post  Office. 1100 sq ft, fireplace, large L shaped rec  room. Large back yard perfect for swimming  pool. An ideal family home. FP $49,900.  HEADLANDS ROAD: 2 bdrms upstairs in this  full basement home, only 2, years old With  beautiful landscaping, cement retaining waljs  and cement driveway to large carport. Solomon.  Island walnut feature wall.in living room with  view of the Bay area from the dining room.  Covered sundeck and finished rec room are  just a few of the extras in this quality built  home. FP $52,900. .   ,  FAIRVIEW ROAD: At the corner of Pratt Road.  This nicely landscaped 60'x 150' fenclU) lot  with garden is the site for this one bdrm (tome  with fireplace and many wood featured walls.  Large carport on cement slab could be used to  enlarge this 856 sq ft home. Washer, dryer,  fridge and stove are included. FP $33,500.  GOWER POINT ROAD: 100 ft, waterfrontage:  Exceptionally well-built, full basement home.  Fireplaces up and down, basement mostly  finished, 2 full baths with gold plated taps and  many dream home extras such as an intercom  system, thermopane windows and hugo carpeted sundeck. All this on 100' oasy access  waterfront. Near Gospel Rock, Gibsons.'  Basement could easily be a full sulto. Absolute  privacy and luxury. FP $79,900.  BAY ROAD: With frontago on Dougal as woll I  Those .two valuablo soml-watorfront lots aro  level and all cloarod, only a stone's throw away  from boach. Excollont place to koop or launch  your boat, One at FP $12,50,0, Ono at FP  $14,500, .  MARTIN ROAD: Looking for a truly lovely  retirement or starter home? This Is If. 2 bdrm,  living room, kitchen and dining.-W-W carpet,  carport and utility room plus paved driveway.  Spectacular viow, nicely landscaped lot. Immaculate, nothing to do but just move in, FP'  $39, 200.  HIGHWAY 101: Gibsons' Incredible panoramic  view from the mountains of Howe Sound across  the Bay and out to Georgia Strait. This 3 bdrm  full basement home is laid out nicely for family  living..Combination garago-workshop Is fully  Insulated with separate 100 amp service. FP  $47,500.  HIGHWAY 101: 2 bdrm, lovely home In Gibsons. Exceptionally large landscapod,  panoramic view lot.'.Double, carport, Franklin  flroplaco in family room, fridge and stove  Includod, FP $36,900,  LOTS  ������>���' ��� ...-j'  SARGENT ROAD: On tho upper sldo o1 tho  road, ovorlooklng tho .Bay and as far Into  Goorgla Strait qs tho eye can soo. This lot is In  a doluxo homo aroa, closo to both shopping  and schools. FP $16,900. '  CHASTER ROAD: Nostlo your homo In tho troos  on this 67' x 123' building lot. Aroa of proposod  now school. Namo your own torms. No  roaaonablo offor 'refused, FP $11,500,  GOWER POINT ROAD: Privacy and ��� 1Q0' of  watorfrontago, boach |u��t as othor sldo pf tho  road. Drlvoyvay Is In, building slto cloarod with  soptlc tank and main drains In. FP $25,000.  NORTH ROAD: Must bo soldi 5 aero fully  fenced hobby farm, Good 3 bdrm homo  with full basomont,. Closo to schools and  shopping, This would bo an Idoal situation  for two enterprising families. Only. $9000  , down and tako ovor tho payments, Prlcod  now bolow last appralsod value. How can  you loso on this? REDUCED PRICE only FP  $55,000.     .  ACREAGE  ROBERTS CREEK: Privacy In tho troos, this 5  acrn parcol has 60 foot of highway frontago for  access, tho balanco Is complotloy socludod,  OFFERS. FP $25,000.    .  SOUTH FLETCHER: Exceptionally well-built,  large family home. Almost 1/2 acre'beautifully  landscaped lot with fruit trees, etc. Sundock,  courtyard and vlow of Bay aroa, Largo, bright  sunrty kltchon. Four bodrooms and a full  basomont, A truly lovoly home. FP $59,000.  GRADY RQAD: In Langdalo Chinos ��� Superb  vlo,w of Howo Sound from this largo Irregular  shaped   lot,   All   underground   services.   FP  $15,000.    ABBS ROAD: Ono of tho nicest lots In Gibsons.  Lovol building slto with drop-off In front of  proporty to protect privacy, spectacular  panoramic vlow. SUo 66' v 12B'. FP $ 1B.500..  GOWER POINT: Watorfront: Lovoly cloarod  100'j< 195' vory stoop to tho boach but a  fabulous building sito with southorn oxposuro  and panoramic vlow. FP $25,900,  ROBERTS CREEK: Highway 101 divides this  proporty diagonally down tho cantor. Dovolop  both sldos of tlio road, Try all offors. 5 acr��s.  FP. $30,000.  GIBSONS: Excollonl prospects for tho ono who  holds this potentially commercially -toned  acroago of 5 acros. FP $60,000,  GOWER POINT ROAD: 2-1/2 aerosol boautilul  vlow acroago wllh oxcollont subdivision  potontlal for 6 lots or moro, Nlcoly trood nnd  closo to wator, All nlco homos In this nron  Thoro It roal voluo horo, Asking FP $34,900,  SECRET COVE; 15 acros with 1000 foot of  frontago on Hwy 101 with a boautlful vlow  ovorlooklng Socrot, Covo, Just past tho Jolly  Roger Inn proporty. Closo to Marina and store,  Excollonl holding proporly In fast growing  oroa. FP $39,900.  LOCKYER ROAD: Approxlmatoly 5-1/2  ocros In Roborts Crook. Good soil, vory  prlvato and socludod. FP $30,000  CEMETARY 8, GILMORE: 0-f- Acros, this  vnluoblo cornor may bo on tho main access  road to Gibsons on completion of tho now'  bypass highway, Many troos plus 3 oxcollont  springs lor domestic wotor, An Idoal holding  proporty. FP $49,500,  REVENUE  PRIME REVENUE: Building and proporly In  iho hoart ol lowor Gib.ons, 2250 sq ft wllh  1000 ��q ft olroody lontod, 10 fl callings  wlth pott ond henm construction,  100 ft  200 Amp oloctrleal systoms, 2 sals of  plumbing, 60 x 100 lot wllh good parking  im lllflon. Ovor $6000 yearly rovonuo, nn  nfcellont Invoitmont, FP $55,000.  CHASTER ROAD: Largo family homo on 2-1/2  acres subdivldablo property In fast growing  area, Homt�� has 5 bodrooms, vyoll to wall  carpotlng, largo living room, kltchon and  sundock. Good gardening soil, This would bo  on oxcollont Hobby Fnrrn. FP $62,500,  GEDDE5 ROAD; Off Lowor Roborts Crook Road.  Cloarod 4,5 ocros. Nicely sloped to tho south,  Vory woll priced at only, FP $23,500,  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: With wotorfroht  a* scarce as It l��, this double uso lot com*  morclal/resldontlal In tho hoait of lower  Gibsons ropresonts root valuo, FP $22,000,  Call us for further Information  The coffee in always on ���drop in for our free brochure.   %  ������fc^iiia-wwia-WMP***^  mmm<m*>mm��  m iii.��>*Wwi��isi*iI*ww'imwi�� 1>.',  '���(  *l.' '������/  A  r    )  y ''  .-*���       >  Page ���-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday- September 29,1976  Don't expect a  Shakespeare      BOOK LOOK  in Zeffirelli  Kwahtahmoss Film Society presentation  for Wednesday, September 29, at the Twilight  Theatre is the 1967 version of the Taming of  the Shrew, directed \>y the visually indulgent  Franco Zeffirelli who wept on to great fame  with his highly romantic Romeo and Juliet  (1968).  The Taming of the Shrew is decidedly not a  literal translation of the Shakespeare play  and it is important not to expect it as such.  Instead, we have a nearly slapstick interpretation that is genuine entertainment  displaying the talents of the dynamic duo of  Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton who  were enjoying the height of their popularity  as an acting team.  Both are very exhuberant in their roles of  Katharine and Petruchio and maintain a high  energy level of swinging and shieking at each  other in lush costumes and glorious  renaissance sets that only a Zeffirelli  production can achieve.  , It is a fun film of sheer theatrical gusto.  SAVE FUEL  HEATS YOUR HOME  ECONOMICALLY  Thermostatically controlled downdratt system  provides economical  heat for large or small  homes Yet you get all  the convenience and  comfort of automatic  heaters_  ��  WOOD HEATERS  ��� Sizes to heal up to 6 rooms  ��� Burns all kinds ol wood  ��� Only requires wood every 12 hours  ��� Saves on fuel. No Fumes or Smoke  Write tor Free Folder  Industries  of Canada, Ltd.  50 Electronic Avenue  Port Moody, B C  by Murrie Redman  LADY ORACLE by Margaret Atwood,  published by McCelland and Stewart, cl976,  $10.     ,  In this absorbing novel about a fat little  girl who was domineered by a mother  determined to project her aspirations on her  daughter, we learn hpw fleshly pounds (can be  dropped while the trauma that put them there  is not so easily shed. Joan tells her story of I  escape.  When she is a youngster, being unable to  fullfil her mother's ambitions, she consoles  herself by gorging on rich goodies whileMama  panics at every pound. She pours on abuse,'  Joan is rejected by her peer group and begins  some serious daydreaming which later turns  out to be rather profitable in her Gothic  novels. Equally heavy Aunt Lou, the family  black sheep, and Joan become partners in  crime, weeping over trashy movies, lolling in  Aunt Lou's messy apartment and indulging in  food orgies and Spiritualism.  When a family crisis occurs, Joan loses  weight, leaves home and assumes a new  identity and one expects all to end well. No so.  You cannot shed life, she .learns.  Still unable to deal assertively with  relationships, she finds herself involved in an  affair, a marriage and a book, all rather  accidentally. Reality for her is the fantasy  life which she lives right along with the reaL  one.  Under a pen name, she writes Gothic  romances that she knows would be scorned by  her tweedy husband, and enjoys an outlandish love affair with an artist. Complications  arise when the reality and the fantasy begin  to merge. You guessed it, another escape! At  last, breathes the reader, peace for poor  Joan.  She bungles even her new life and at the  end of the book, one feels she will go on and on  lugging around the 'fat' of her childhood,  escaping one dilemma-after another, her life  always unhappy, untidy and unresolved.  Margaret Atwood is a Canadian writer of  some stature. She was born in Ottawa in 1939  and is recognized as one of our foremost  critics, poets and novelists. She taught at  UBC in 1964 and was Writer-in-Residence at  the University of Toronto only recently. She is  not just an intellectual but has worked in a  number of commonplace jobs such as  cashiering and waitressing which may account for her insight into human nature.  Her book, LADY ORACLE, is fun to read  and packs a lot of good sense in its pages but  it is not, nor is it likely meant to be, a grande  statement on life.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23  20 Games���$1000 Jackpot  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  Elphinstone Recreation Committee Sponsors  DOOR PRIZE  3 CARDS ���$5.00  UNSHBNE COAST  ST CONTRO  ,     . For Guaranteed and Safe Control 6f:  ��� Carpenter Ants  ��� Termites  ��� Rodents . .. and all other pests  confidential advice and estimate  ��� New business aa^  ^C^H At homo  ��� Available locally 00��la.��9��)Ai pr In Industry  R.R. 1 Madeira Park, B.C., VON 2H0 Volker Kaomling  JACK NICHOLSON won ah Academy  Award for his performance in One Flew  Over The Cuckoo's Nest which opens  September 30 at the Twilight Theatre  and runs for one week.  wan  'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, '  tragic-comedy starring Jack Nicholson, is  about a free-spirited rogue who takes over  the ward of a mental hospital by a felicitous  combination of gall and ingenuity.  Based upon Ken Kesey's celebrated novel,  the film was produced by Saul Zaentz and  Michael Douglas for Fantasy Films  for  . An exhibition of Canadian prominence will  be opened at Presentation House, the new  Arts Centre on the North Shore at 209 West 4th  Street, North Vancouver, this week.  The show is entitled "Realizations, a two  man show." A young contemporary realist,.  Drew McRitchie, will be featured along with  a world renown painter, Dorothy Manning.  Ms. Manning is well known for her abstracts in watercolours and oils. Her works  have been exhibited in England, Switzerland,  France, Italy, the U.S.A. and in Canada.  The exhibition opened in the North Shore-  Art Gallery commencing on Wednesday,  September 22 and will continue through to  October 3. Door hours open are 1:30 to 4:40  ��� p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays weekly  * and Thursday evenings 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Presentation House, which was opened to the  public last week, will be open every day  during the week except Mondays and  Tuesdays. The long awaited Asian Arts and  Crafts Display will follow the. Manning  McRitchie Exhibition for the remainder of  October.  Address of Presentation House is 209 West  4th Street, North' Vancouver, Admission is  free of charge: For further information,  contact Anne Macdonald at 988-6044;  release by United Artists, an entertainment  service of Transamerica Corporation. It  opens' Sept. 30 at the Twilight Theatre and  runs for one week.  ' Published in 1962, the book anticipated not  only the rebellion of that decade, but the  subsequent repression of the early 70's as  well.  Using a metaphorical framework ��� the  madhouse ��� to symbolize the individual  against the system, the story gets its power  from the accretion of innumerable details  which reveal what life is about inside a  mental institution. It was the realism that  interested director Forman, who spent  several weeks in residence at the Oregon  State Hospital in Salem "working on the  screenplay with Lawrence Hauben and Bo  Goldman. Later, the entire film was shot  there, using many of its patients, aides and  doctors both before the camera and on the  staff and crew.  Since Kesey's entire story is about a group  of men interacting-, casting was made with  utmost care. Over 100 actors were endlessly  auditioned on both coasts, before 17 were  selected to play major supporting roles as  wards patients. Broadway veteran William  Redfield was one of the first to be signed  * along with the company's personal discover.  Will Sampson, a six-foot, six inch Cree who  plays the pivotal role of Chief Bromden. Two  others, Delos Smith, Jr. and Danny Devito,  recreated roles previously performed on the  stage. Also from the stage is Mimi Sarkisian  who played Nurse Pilbow in the long-running  San Francisco production as well as in the  film.  The all-important role of Miss Ratched, or  'Big Nurse', was won by Louise Fletcher, an  actress who came out of retirement to play  the gritty Southern wife in Robert Altaian's  'thieves Like Us' (UA). Dr. Dean Brooks,  superintendent of the Oregon State Hospital,  plays his screen counterpart, Dr. Spivey.  Sunshine Coast Regional District  The Street Lighting Committee will sit on Tuesday,  October 26, 1976 to consider applications for  installation of street lights in 1977.  Requests for street lights must be submitted to  the Regional District Office by October 15, 1976  For establishment of specified areas for street  lighting purposes, information regarding proper  petitions may be obtained from the undersigned.  Mrs. A.G. Pressley,  Wharf Street, Sechelt,  885-2261  aX -^aX^-Xa'  Do you recognize the person in this picture? He is George Gibbs, a blind Field  Worker for The Canadian National Institute for the Blind, serving your  visually handicapped neighbors. He is the walking, talking example of a well-  adjusted blind person who is working diligently to assist blind people in your  area. He represents the CNIB in action. Some of his responsibilities are  educating school children and industrial workers in the need for vigilance in  caring for their precious eyesight, visiting blind people to determine their  needs, working with volunteers to help raise funds, and representing the  organization in many other ways. He is seen here conducting a meeting of industrial workers where he emphasizes eye safety on the job. When you support  the CNIB, you are making sure that the activities of this energetic person will  continue to benefit the blind population in your area. Your generous contribution will make his work possible.  When your CNIB worker calls���Oct. 1-8  Your contribution will assist in:- ,  1. Prevention of blindness. Education and research.  2. Pre-school training for blind children.  3. Rehabilitation.,  4. 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Some of these privileges are:  ���No service charge for chequing, bill payment services, or  traveller's cheques.  ���A specially designed cheque book that gives you a permanent  copy.  ���A $5 annual discount on a Safe Deposit Box or Safekeeping  Service.  ���A special Bonus Savings Deposit Service with interest linked  to the Consumer Price Index.  ���Special term deposit that pays high interest monthly with  flexible redemption privileges.  So come on In and see me or one of my staff today for all the  details. Or, if you'd prefer, give me a call.  HERD MITCHELL  Socholi Monanor  Phono: 805-2201  ROYAL BAN K  serving  British Columbia  V y  y  -./  Happenings around the Harbour  PENDER HARBOUR BROWNIES  If any girls between the ages of seven and  ten years of age are interested in joining the  Pender Harbour Brownies, they may enroll  on Friday, October 1 at the Madeira Park  Elementary School Gym.  The fees will be $5 per year plus 25c per  week. Mothers are welcome to attend and for  further information please contact the  following people: Alice Fletcher at 883-2289,  Irene Boyd at 883-9977 or Pat Luscombe at  883-9073.  OKTOBERFEST  Once again that time of the year is nearly  here for the Pender Harbour Lions Annual  Oktober Fest. This frolicsome evening is on  October 9,1976 ��� 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. and there  will be lively music by the 'Alpine Echos!  Lots of good food, beer and wine. Tickets  are $7.50 ahd can be purchased from Lions  Club members. These tickets are going fast  so get yours early. There is also a beer mug  given out to each ticket holder.  MEMORIAL SERVICE  A memorial service was held in the Royal  Canadian Legion Hall on Friday, September  17; 1976 in memory of the late Marge Bachop.  Doris Edwardson 883-2308-  Friends and neighbours attended to pay their  last respects to a gracious lady whom will be  sadly missed. Reverend Walter Ackroyd of  Madeira Park officiated.  50 YEARS MARRIED  A few weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Ed  Lorentzen of Garden Bay celebrated their  50th wedding anniversary at their home.  Some of the guests present were their  daughter and son-in-law Elsie and Jack  Dickard from New Westminster, B.C.; Ally  Peterson from Fresno, California; son and  daughter-in-law Koree and Lillian Lorentzen,  Lars and Johanna Olsen of Madeira Park and  Ray and Joan Kight and their son Sean Kight.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lorentzen have lived in the  Pender Harbour area about 30 years and Ed  was one of the best shipwrights known in  these parts.  SCHOOL ISSUE  There was a packed hall in Madeira Park  on Thursday evening when people turned out  to speak their piece and hear discussions in  regards to a secondary school. The majority  of the residents and students want the school  in Pender Harbour and it is hoped they have  attained their objective.  The Peninsula Times Page,C-7  Wednesday, September 29,1976  TANYA BOYUK examines ICBC's September 22 and bumper stickers are  seatbelt campaign bumper stickers. The available through ICBC claim centres,  bumper sticker campaign was started  The car, a 1939 Nash, is owned by Don  Hadden.  ���Timesphoto  ' Local Initiative. Project applications for  the Coast-Chilcotin riding are down in  numbers, but up in quality, says project oi-  ficer Susan Ritterspack. ,',,  , Applications received this year total 111,  compared with 158 last year. ��� *..  "If feel the quality of applications on the  coast side is far superior to what it was in  1975," said Ms. Ritterspack.  The applications haven't been seen yet by  the Constituency Advisory Group, which has  only met to discuss the criteria of the  program and other background information.  Members will be receiving the complete list  of project applications soon, and Ms. Ritterspack says recommendations will be made  when the group meets again Oct. 2.  The federal govenment announced  Monday that. this constituency has an  allocation of $1,412,000 in LIP funds. That is  an increase of about $300,000 over the  previous year.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29  CHANNEL2   CHANNEL4   CHANNEL 5   CHANNELS   CHANNEL7   CHANNEL8   CHANNEL 12  00  IS  30  45  All In  The Family  EdSe Of  Night  To Live' .  General  Hospital  ConVd  Another  World  Another  World  The  F.B.I.  Edge Of  Night  All In     ,  The Family  Match  Game  George  Peppard  The  Allan  All In     ,  The Family  Match  Game  . 9?     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GETTING THEIR CAPS for 50 hours of pins a cap on Charlotte Bandi while  volunteer work were some of the Junior (from left) Susan Dixon, Rhyl Wood,  volunteers from St. Mary's Hospital. Debbie Derby' and Diana Webb await  Here Director of Nursing Dana Kearney  theirs. The ceremony saw Debbie  Newman honored for 300 hours of  volunteer work at the hospital.  ���Timesphoto  By PEGGY CONNOR  It was Junior Volunteers Award Night at  St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt. Participating  were 14 girls smartly attired in their red and  white striped aprons over their white  uniforms. The date was Wednesday, Sept. 22,  1976, with the ceremony taking place in the  cafeteria of the hospital.  Volunteer Director Mrs. Muriel Eggins  was mistress of ceremonies and she  welcomed the gathering of girls, parents,  hospital staff, auxilians and friends. The  young ladies voiced in unison the can-  dystripers' pledge.  Mrs. Doreen Dockar of the Port Mellon  Auxiliary and the Ladies Auxiliary  representative on the board of St. Mary's  Hospital presented certificates to the girls  who had/24 hours service to their credit.  These were: "Shielagh Murphy, Sherry  Friesen, Gayle Ono, Rhyl Wood, Susan Dixon  and Lee-Ann Nestman.  The honor of presenting caps to the girls  <     ��� * i  fUMEEAtg  The local funeral home charges  no fee for pre-arranging and  recording your funeral instructions. Those who have  already enrolled in Funeral  Plans or Societies, but prefer  arrangements or service locally,  should take advantage of our  Pre-Arrangement Plan.  The local Funeral Home offers  all types of services, Funeral or  Memorial, at moderate cost.  The local Funeral Home will  arrange far local or distant  burials, cremations, or services  in other localities.  At time of bereavement, your  first call should be to the local  Funeral Home, no matter what  type of arrangements you  prefer.*     .  fat frvtiiet btfastHtafott  unite o-t ft&o-ne:  D.A. DEVLIN  owner-manager  <fmmmip*qmmr*mmimmimm0^  %A>> Vi. X imtZjvf' ;* '7/   f 0 YA' y   -i  r�� receiv  who have done their 50 hours went to Director  of Nursing Mrs. Dana Kearney who has had a  large part in the training and placing of the  girls in the hospital. Mrs. Kearney said she  knew the girls would be as proud to wear their  caps as here colleagues are to wear theirs.  She awarded caps to: Charlotte Bandi,  Debbie Derby, Diana Webb, Susan Dixon and  Rhyl Wood.  Mrs. Irene Burtnick pinned Diane Webb  with 100 hour pin and Debbie Seymour with  both her 100 hour pin and 150 hour pin, Wendy  Flay with her 150 hour pin.  Physiotherapist Ian Hunter tried valiantly  to pin 200 hour pins on Debbie Seymour,  Debbie Newman and Wendy Flay. He experienced a little difficulty in opening the tiny  awards which he felt the girls so richly  derserved. Senior volunteers are very active  in the physio room and during the summer  holidays the Candy Stripers filled in, in a big  way.  Administrator Nick Vucurevich had the  top award of the evening as he presented  Debbie Newman with her 250 hour and her 300  hour pin. Saying as he did so that this was the ���  first time he had had the honor of presenting a  300 hour pin to anyone. He thanked her for her  generosity of giving her time and hopes that  she will continue to participate in future work  in the hospital.  Mrs. Eggins said that Debbie Newman  had acted as her assistant and was a great  help in many ways. St. Mary's is really going  to benefit by these Junior Volunteers.  New members that have started with the  group are Louise Murphy, Sherry Friesen;  Lee-Ann Nestman and Nola Fromager.  Dr. Brian Myhill-Jones spoke on behalf of  the medical board. He was most happy to  speak to the girls to let them know how highly  their work is thought of at the hospital. People  sick and some old who are there day after day  in the same old routine who appreciate so  much the little things done for them. A lot  more important dealing with all types of  people the girls are learning how to relate to  others, understanding people; experience  plays a large part. Remember too that the old  people were once young like the can-  dystripers and remembering with, them  makes One see them in a different light.  Dr. Myhili-Jones then read the "poem  'What Do You See', a particularly touching  poem written by an elderly paitient and found  with her personal papers after she had died.  A smiling face is an asset, also it is easy to  be tolerant when you understand. Think not  what you have done for the patient, but what  the patients do for you.  Mrs. Dana Kearney announced at this  point that the Candystripers had an award to  make, an idea they came up with and acted on  themselves. She then called up Debbie  Newman who handed a gift to Mrs. Muriel  Eggins saying "this is for all the things you  have done to help us, you do so much for  everyone, we don't see how you have time  for yourself." The girls presented her with a  most beautiful silver, tray.  Muriel was taken by surprise but quite  touched by the thoughtfulness of the girls.  Thanking the girls she had special thanks to  Yvonne Eggins for helping her. The three big  outdoor parties held for extended care were  greatly aided by the Junior Volunteers.  . The awards cake was made in the shape of  a candy stripe cap and decorated the same.  Tea and cake loaves were served with thanks  to the Auxiliary members who provided the  loaves for this occasion.  New junior volunteers waiting to start are  Cindy Stephens, Ava Bandi, Charlene  Danroth, Bonita Hayden, Sylvia Webb,  Jennie Garnet and Pauline August who is  resting in hospital with a broken ankle but  looking forward like the rest for her orientation day.  Ann Kurluk provided a beatiful-autumn  centrepiece of flowers for the table. This was  presented to Mrs. Dana Kearney who has  been an inspiration to the young girls, a friend  and mentor to all the Auxiliary volunteers.  Mrs. Eggins then called on Mrs. P. Connor  to contratulate the girls on their awards. This  ended the ceremonies and everyone enjoy the  resfreshments and the chance to socialize.  Debbie Newman will cary on in hospital  work as she takes her practical nursing  course. Susan Dixon is the award winner for  the Sechelt Auxiliary Bursary to help when  she starts her nursing career.  When 54 members of all six auxiliaries to  St. Mary's Hospital arrived at the Welcome  Beach Hall /last Wednesday for the Friendship Tea, they were welcomed by,Olive  Comyn, president of the Halfmoon , Bay  Auxiliary. The hall, with its long tea tables,  masses of flowers' and a display of local arts  and crafts was warmly welcoming.  The walls were decorated with paintings  by Dorothy Hall, Olive Clear, Olive Comyn,  Peggy Connor, Marg Morgan, Barbara  Gough, Marguerite Poulsen and Joyce .  Williams. Also on display was an exquisite  painting of a bowl of roses donated by May  Parsons, which will be the first prize in the  Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary's Christmas raffle.  An interesting exhibition of crafts included  pottery by Marguerite Poulsen, woodcraft by  Guy Clear, weaving by Helen Hall and a quilt  made by Alice Halford. An interesting and  most comprehensive exhibit was Mary  Brook's arrangements of over 200 miniatures *  from her collection of salts and peppers,  Indian arts musical instruments and models  of means of transportation frox the days of  the covered wagon.  A delicious tea was served by the members of the host Auxiliary and pourers were  Ada Dawe, Doreen Dockar, Evelyn Olsen,  Madeleine Grose, Dana Kearney and Muriel  Eggins.  ^ When it came to prize drawing time, it was  obviously Mary Orre's lucky day. She won the  door prize and a cushion for the second prize  in the raffle. Her house guest, Joan Thackray  of Coquitlam, won the consolation prize ��� a  bunch of red roses. Gretle Gair was the  winner of the first prize in the raffle and chose  the macrame planter. .  The Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary expresses  thanks to all the ladies who came from as far  off as Gibsons and Pender Harbour to attend  the tea and to all the exhibitors whot loaned  their work for the display. 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Nicholson, Pasto.*  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve. at St. Mary's Gibsons  8:30 a.m. at Tho Holy Family Church ln  Sechelt  10:00 a.m. Our.Lady of Lourdes, on tho  Sechelt Indian Reserve   ���  12 noon at St. Mary's Church In Gibsons  Commencing Sundny, Oct. 3rd  8:30 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes  10:00 a.m. Holy, Family Church  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPI3L CHURCH  , Diivis Buy Road at Arbutus  Davis Hay  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Service II:15a.m.  I'.vei|lng Service 7:00 p.m.  Wed. Prayer and Ulhlu Study  Phone 085-2160  UNITED CHURCH  Rov. Annette W. Rolnhardt  886-2333  9:30 a.m. ��� St. John's Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m. ��� Gibsons  ofllco hours for appointments'  Tuos. ��� 1,00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Wod. ��� 1:00 p.m. to 4;00 p.m.  Fri.   ��� 9:30 to 12:30  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Services and Sunday School are held  each Sunday at 11:15 a.m. In St. John's  United Church, Davis Bay.  Wed. Evo. Testimony 7:30p.m.  AH Wolcomo  Phone 885-3157 or 880-7802.  St. Hilda's Anglican  Church. Sechelt  Services every Sunday  1170 and 10 n.in,  Sunday School 10 a.m.  Madeira Park, I-er;lon Hall  Service 1st and 3rd Sundays, % p.m.  The iU\. IN .J. bodkin,  att.l-2640  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  88<>-74-49  Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt  Sunday Scli'jol ��� 9:45 a.m.  Morning Worship Service,  11:15 a.m.  Wed. Bible Study - 7:00 p.m.  F.vciiIijr Fellowship ��� 7 p.m.  2nd lk- Mix Sunday of every month.  Pastor: F. Nnporn  ��� 885-9905  SEVENTH-DAY  ���ADVENTIST CHURCH  PmlorC. Drlal-arr*  SABDATH  SCHOOL-Sat,   3:00   pm  HOUR OF WORSHIP - Sat. 4:00 pm  ST. JOHN'S UNITED CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  Evoryono Wolcomo  For  Information  Phono  885-9760  083-2736  JL  CHOQUER & SONS  *  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Sechelt, B.C.  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