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 Peninsula loggers joined 4,000 others  across the province Friday when ah  "extreme" fire riskbforced-them off the  JOD.    According to Weldwood camp manager  John Hindson 85 loggers were laid off at  the company's Clowhplm operation.  "The Weldwood camp will re-open  when we get three days of steady rain," he  said. "What we need is three days of  drizzle to soak the ground-a downpour isn't  good enough to wet the woods."  Mike Jackson of JacksonBros. Logging  said 46"loggers" werelaid off the job'  Friday. Jackson's rigging crew has been  off for the last two weeks and Jackson said  the company will stay shut down until it  rains.  No rain, however,, is forecasted for the  area and,1 Saturday tempteratures hit a  year, high 29 Celsius pn the peninsula.  Sechelt Forest Ranger Hay Wilson told.  the. Times Friday that the official Ifire  hazard iii the arjea was "high", but was  expected to hit the "extreme" category if  the hot spell continued through the  weekend. .    <���  Wilson said that although there is no  ban on camp and beach fires, his department is recommending against them on  the peninsula. One small fire was reported  burning last weet on the highway near  Pender Harbour, but Wilson-saidthe'f ire  was extinguished.  Hindson told the Times that under  "extreme!' conditions a fire can-be started  by'a piece of broken glass reflecting the  sun. During "high" fire hazard conditions  the Weldwood workers log on the early  shift as a safety measure until the tem  perature falls to the "moderate" level. On  a province-wide scale, forest fires are_up.  from 803 atthe same time last year, to 869.  The B.C. Forest Service reported Friday'  that 99 fires were burning, the most  serious in the Prince Rupert forest-  district.  Meanwhile on the peninsula, the  regional district has banned all evening  sprinkling (7 p.m.-9 p.m.) in an effort to  prevent problems caused due to water  shortages-during the current hot spell." -  "Fire  protection is., zilch o in  some  areas," according to Area E Director  George Gibb.  "The gardens are going to have to  suffer for a few weeks," said Regional  Board Chairman Harry Almond," but this  is a bigger problem right now."  Evans new RCMP chief  2nd Class Mail  Registration No.  Sgt. Bob Evans, an 18%-year RCMP  veteran, has replaced Doug Farenholtz as  staff sergeant of the Sechelt detachment.  Evans, who^rrived here July 17 said he  is already impressed with the area. "The  weather has been just beautiful since I got  here," said Evans, formerly of Port  Coquitlam.  He was a uniformed police officer for  seven years, serving in Smithers and  Kitimat, but has spent the last 12 years of  his career in the Lower Mainland in plan  clothes.  For the last three years Evans has been  a member _rf__^ieL__fiFst���firte:  -vestigationDepartment in Canada. As a  member of that department Evans said  his duties included examining complaints  "of a serious nature" laid against the  RCMP.  Evans said every year 600-700 complaints are filed against the force, 90 per  cent of which are solved within the detachment and are usually the result of a  misunderstanding.   ^e_jnew_stoff_^geant_wfflj^jn  Sechelt with his wife and three school-age  children. His interests include soccer and  hockey, both as a participant arid a coach.  Evans' predecessor Farenholtz has  been posted in Regina, Saskatchewan as  the officer in charge of the force's physical  training program.  Th e Peninsula ' Itmeb  Serving the Sunsljine CooM   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing. Granthams  Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek, Selma Park   Sechelt   Halfmpon l)ay. Secre"t Cove   Pender ,Hrb , Madeira Park   Garden Bay.  Irvines Landing   Earls Cove  -Egmont.  Phone  885-3231  Union <w.i;3T.��~v Label  18 Pages ��� 20c Copy  AARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 34  CNA  Record breath test  Wednesday, July 26,1978  nets man $50 fine  Provincial court Judge J.S.P. Johnson   RO^P detachment on April 22,1977  fined-a-Lower���Mainland -man-$50 -for ^NOordars^43~feadifig  driving with a blood alcohol level that   ever recorded  by  arty  would have left most people in a coma.  Gary Nordal, 44, pleaded guilty in  Sechelt provincial court July 19 to driving  with a blood alcohol level over. 08 per cent  SGT. BOB EVANS.  uTthe highest  of the three  breathalyser operators currently  stationed at the Gibsons detachment.  A police check of the detachment's  records revealed that of 328 breathalyser  tests administered by the three operators  Pender principal slated for teaching transfer  Pender Harbour Secondary Principal  Frank Holmes will be te-assigned ���to_a_  teaching position effective September 1 if  school district trustees approve as expected a motion before them tomorrow  -night:  "My wife and I have been considering  _makingjELiBoyeior_the last three or_four-  years," Holmes said.  He said he expected to be reassigned to  Sechelt Elementary. "I enjoy a good fight  or what have you, but this will be a treat.  TA-reMecFmotion^ould^iave-distriet^-lliust^itback-and^njoy^t^hfrsaidr  Douglas, Supt. John Denley nor Pender  -Harbour-area board member Peter  Precesky could be reached for comment  on the proposed transfer on Sunday.  Al Lloyd, chairman of the parents  committee formed in January, said the  Director of Instruction John Nicholson  serve as acting principal at Pender  Harbour until a permanent administrator  is hired. Nicholson would also continue to  perform his current duties as director of  instruction.  A parents group at Pender Harbour has  expressed serious dissatisfaction during  the last year With "administration of the'  school and at one point submitted a  lengthy brief to the school board asking for  corrective action.  Holmes, bcg^ever, told i' "^es-Jtj-s;  the parents' criticisms were hot a factor in  his request for reassignment.  Neither School Board President Don  The meanest robber of all  The meanest robber in town, was at  work on the 2:40 p.m. ferry to Langdale  last Friday.  It had been a great day for the kids in  the Wilson Creek Summer Fun Program.  ��� a trip to Stanley Park and to the^  aquarium to see Skana the whafr.   '     77  It had been a good day for Jamie Dixon  too; the popular bus driver had done a -  after  he  blew  a  record  .43   on  the  Bgrkenstejn breath Gibsons,,, in, the last several years (two of the logs  extend^1backtbl973, only "about half a  dozen yielded readings over .30. The  highest reading previously recorded by  any. of the three operators was .36.  A Sechelt doctor, who asked not to be  identified, said "In a normal course of  eventspthe average-drinker would "certainly be in a coma with that high  reading," he said.  However, the doctor pointed.out that  tolerance to alcohol "depends largely on  groupVprimaryt:omplaintsT:oncernedthe���^the-individual^-and-that-someonewith-a  ���See Page A-3    high tolerance couldfunction better than a  "less experienced drinker."  He said that alcohol becomes fatal in  the bloodstream "somewhere around the  .50 mark."  Crown prosecutor Eric Chesterley told  the court that Gibsons police were  "somewhat surprised" when Nordal's  breath sample registered'higher than the  breathalyser was capable of measuring.  The machine's indicator stops at .40. He  said officers came up with the .43 reading  by estimating how far past the .40 mark  the needle was.'  Police apprehended Nordal at the  Gibsons village limits after getting a  report from B.C. Ferries that an impaired  driver was disembarking at Langdale.  The Nordal vehicle was observed to  weave and swerve into oncoming traffic  approximately 12 times on the stretch of  ���See Page A*3  little shopping while the, kids, were at the  aquarium and purchased .$220 worth of  scuba diving gear: a jacket, gloves, knife  ahd sheath.*  -  But the day soured when the group  arrived back at, Wilson Creek and  ^Covered that someone had broken into  .Uie. bus   ���   apparently   through   the  ���See Page A-3  l!f$V?*l*vtf .��;  MISS   SUNNYCREST   CENTRE  Cathy Gibb models a Wedding dress  during an "Evening of Fashion," held  last Thursdays at the Gibsons Legion  and featuring, in addition to Cathy,  the six other contenders for the title of  1978 Sea Cavalcade Queen. See .stoiy  inside.  Would stop development  Water hook-up ban suggeste  Regional District Public Works Supt. water syystem would also go through the  Gordon Dixon has recommended that no corridor.  water hook-ups be issued between the       v^t's gone on and on and on and on,"  village of Sechelt and Halfmoon Bay until said Dixon> who added there would be no  problems surrounding the proposed utility Senae in issuing water permits in that area  corridor through Sechelt are resolved. if the water could ^not be made available.  HJlnLnfTn   Ll f^Wrf   K^S "W��ter   i8n>t   the   P*Obtom,��   Said  development In that �������*��!!pagJ^^  -chairman Harry7Almond^Tfiursiday7 ��iP���""u- ���      vc b"1 ,uw w wm?l' DUl  step we really don't want to take."  However, Almond said a letter will be  written to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs warning the department that it Is a  step that may be necessary to solve the  water problem in that area. Regional directors were promptcdby a  At present, a si^-inch pipe is servicing    croup of Redrooffs Road residents  areas west of Sechelt to Halfmoon Bay and   Thursday night to recommend a study into  Hydro is exerting undue influence on the  Department (of Municipal Affairs) to have  this thing resolved to their own satisfaction."  The planned utility corridor would go  through the Hydro right-of-way in Sechelt,  jM_.AJ!mDnd..iiaid~..B.C,---Hydro"is ��� not  ���See Page A-3  | Water rates to be equal?  it is becoming increasingly inadequate.  DlXon said many users are experiencing  problems, especially in tho Nickeraon Rd.  aroa of West Scchejt.  Almond told the Times that 14 inch pipe  necessary to alleviate, those problems has  boon sitting unused for three years while  tho Dept. of Highways, B.C. Hydro, the  Regional District and tho Indian Band  liavo been attempting to establish a  common utility corridor through reserve  land.. The larger .pipe, for. the .district's  equitable water rates for all regional  district system users.  Area B Alternate Director Ed  Nicholson said ho had received phono calls  and letters from Halfmoon Bay residents  complaining of a disparity In water rates.  Some users in that area are paying  $3.25 per month for water while others pay  $4:50, snld Nicholson.  Regional District Public Works Supt.  Gordon Dixon told directors tho situation  was due to "topography andengineering  problems" In the Redrooffs area that  . necessitate pumping.  User rates pay for pumping and  maintenance costs for the district water  system, and, according to Dixon, those  who aro paying the lowor rate now could  expect to pay approximately 10 cents more  por month if an equitable water rate is  established.  Nicholson suggested tho extra money  -needed for maintenance and pumping  costs could be secured from n provincial  government grant that now is used totally  for tho funding of capital costs of tho  "���������-"-: -"���"���"*' --��."p.pp..p.----p-~.-<���-.p-^See"PaRe"A-3  Wise development in a bind  ijfatoi*? ��W��r��,��"��*-,tf  Regional directors mado a  recom- that his wnter system would bo con-  mendntlon Thursday night to reconsider a structcd by tho regional district, but that  ^M ���.    bonrd vision requiring that written he later found out that his sub-dlvlslon was  ���$     fxjrmlsslon bo obtained from tho Area A within tho South Pender Harbour Water  ^   '   Director and Advisory Planning Com- works District (SPHWD).  mlttoo before regional water systems can The director said that Wlso wns anxious  be constructed In Pender Harbour. to have tho work dono by tho district  Tho   recommendation  was   maAo becausd tho district can construct u  following a request mado by MlQhaol Wise system cheaply with money provided  to have tho regional district assume his under tho Gas Revenue Sharing Act.  Pender Harbour sub-dlvlslon water "MK  Wlso  was  counting  on  tho  syfitem. district's 21 cont dollars, but was left high  Wise explained to directors that tlw and di^ wWrjio had to ddvelop on his  regional district was to originally con: own," said Harrison,  struct tho system, but that he ended up The SPHWD can not assume tho  doing It, himself "nt great cost" whon It system for tlio simple reason of finances,  wns  discovered  tho  district  had  no said Harrison. "They're a small watoiv  fam%ik*lm4frlmii**mn'^^  .^a,mnaUy.v��ry��yay��tteUQ��tmittfM��bmtfl^��f-ll-��eiM-iloU��n.,1-^>��<~"r*>uw  whole thing, said Area A Director Jop SPHWD cc-chalrmnn BUI WHltomson  ,<t1.1Kfm'pw;* ti *y.r ���--.<-,���     '   ,;  ���% ,-f  Qniwiwnwwfc-A. iwnffii)~i  iu         u>       Xa   *������        ���    i   ,,., ^r-.-f.;.-:��� -?.-zrm~~ .       v��*7-^^^--i^mohnatlon thttl-wasnotijccure."  - inventsttwrSPHWDfranhelplnrWiser  SOMETIMES A FELLOW just has a   ho can do to recover is find a good   2, if that wasn't the way it was at the       Harrison sold a Dnytori and Knight "It's a very, very costly extension and  Jlriy??..1?^-**1 ond.tho-bettt thing   leaning ppst.,Just aqk Lucas Bolivar,   Redrooffs Country Fair on Saturday,   report had originally led Wlso to...boUoyp:... we're not. prepared, to pay for it,!' said   ..,~,,.��� , ".. ,.���.   -^ .-.���--���'������. ������-'*���" '                 ,--.                            ��� .        ,"     i       ' ,\               ��  ' ,  y     -                                 -                                  ���-                   ���          ���   ,             ���'.                                  '     f\   V   i          ���    *'---'-,r. ������- ,{.���������---      '                    -           ,.���   ��, -  .                 r   ���*"> ���           ..Vi             ,    ,   .                ,7           -..  - *   ' ' p ...   ��� V �� > '���'  Williamson. "Tlio South Pender Harbour  Waterworks District does not receive  government support," .,,   .  Board Chairman Horry Almond said  that although Wise's, request,to hnvo tho  district toko oyer his system "seems  roasonablo enough" tho board does not  wish to go against tho wishes of tho people  In Area A.  "Wo could tako over and help Mr, Wlso  by collecting land charges, but 1 don't  think we can bocaupo of policy mado  earlier this year," said Almond,  "Pm really sympathotita ��� he's (Wlso)  liad nothing but trouble," said Harrison,  "but Uio people In Pender Harbour nro not  4nt*��^ed"to'"i^iOTa^ate^  -Both Harrison and Almond told tho  Tlmos that although tho board will discuss  wilttOTiHTmtsstisflmiisrbo oi^  Harrison nnd his APC, neither thinks tho  decision will N rescinded   \  ���rr"  tf*.r  J ���  ~->��.-' - ';.���.'  ' i  ���"(���wj^ -H,m��� #^*��p*cf'��W'*W!im��je����W<^[��  *JJ* ���*"*'*  ������,,  m^mimMm^  ft*K1(e��Hl��"��W*MJ����S'��n(n*f1f( C3(yW(J*"l*��^#��W!  .m  tnt^n. �����f��HI^ <l^^*^fiW,''uf'  >  ���^^>*J^W-*-*����**r*  q.*\Jf��fifM i   ���(*,  a��iw #< w��Hfg<*-vfi-BaiWitl "J  f�� jp��*BUrttw�� * -��  �� iibjifMAw  ��i***Wi��!ifn��ft��a*i**ipai ~ViW*pw^l!*MH*  h" i*. ^4f flt*-IS��th ���  N  \'< / ,*  ���\-  . 1.  Page A-2  Hie Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 28,1978  Dennis Fitzgerald, Editor  XAlfree press i$4he unsleeping guardian of-  every other right that free men prize."  ���- Winston Churchill  Time for caution  The lazy days of summer are upon  us. Beautiful clear blue skies, tailor-  made for sunning on the beach and  lohgjvalks through the forest. Enjoy.  But all this~"good" weather also  serves to create a dandy fire hazard;  Forest Ranger Ray Wilson told us  Friday that although campfires and  beach fires were still allowable at  that point, the fire risk was approaching the extreme range^and that  a few more days of rainless weather  would doubtless lead to a ban on such  fires.  . As of Sunday, we had had no raih  and there was none in sight, By the  time you read this, the fire ban may  well be in effect.  With water pressure at its annual  ebb in many areas and with so much  of the peninsula virtually unprotected, an out-of-control fire could  produce a disaster.  Put those cigarette butts in the  ashtray; don't toss them out the car  window. Check with the Forest  Service before you start a fire  anywhere. The number in Sechelt is  885-2034. In Madeira Park it's, 883-  2332. And if you hear the fire alarm,  turn those sprinklers off.  To fit the crime  Although we willingly extend all  due respect to the Sechelt Provincial  Court and to presiding Judge J.S.P.  Johnson, and although we view with  great skepticism casual criticism by  lay persons "of judicial decision, we  cannot help but be alarmed by a  sentence handed dawn last week.  not a different type of sentence but a  less severe sentence.  The recognition that Jllness ���  mental of physical ��� may lead a  person to commit an anti-social act is  a cornerstone of an enlightened  criminal justice administration  system. That .recognition, however,  READER'S RIGHT  'I told them what would  happen on ^Ruby^ake'  Editor, The Times:  This letter is for the general public and  members of the regional board. Last  September I told them what was going to  "happen on Ruby Lake. At that time several  \pf the members tried to ridicule me,  , asking which came first, the boats or the  people. Also, the tourist was the first  'concern.  You could not reason with them. I told  them that all boats should be stopped on  Ruby Lake or a limit of ^0 H.P. They did  not have the pSbwer to limit the horsepower  but could stop all motorboats, but wouldn't  because it might interfere with the tourist'  business, of which there isn't any that  counts at Ruby Lake as they all come self-  contained.  Now, however, they are putting the  blame on the honourable minister Grace  McCarthy for creating 'the? tourist. Maybe  they can also put the blame on her causing  the pollution.  I have since moved from the lake for a  -  fc .   -  couple of reasons. One is that I feel that the  regional board could not run a kitty car let  alone the whole peninsula. If they would  get off their butts and go up and study the  situation firsthand in the middle of the  summer on a weekend then they could see  the pollution, also the millfoil weed which  is already taking over the lake.        -  Regardless of what the board says,  there is not a lake on this peninsula large  enough for power boats. Eventually it has  to bring pollution.        " ��  It seems very peculiar to me that the  board would only let fulltime residents  vote on the Jackson Brothers issue. Also  only permanent residents could vote on the  extension, of Park Avenue in Roberts  Creek to the water. But the permanent  residents of Ruby Lake had no say in the  matter. I now live in Sechelt, but I now find  I still have to put up with the bungling  ways of this regional board. ���* ������  DonColwiU  Sechelt  It can't happen here?  DICK BELLAMY (kneeling), the  Beachcombers . director of  photography, watches the filming of  a sequence for the show's new season, -  He is flanked by, left to right,  assistant camera operator Scott  Mather, cameraman Phil Linzey and  director Rene Bonniere. -    ���  Editor, The Times: _    ^ -J" 7 ���  I am not too surehow the lawlstands as  it relates to this situation but regardless of  the law I would like to make a suggestion  to our local gas station operators and I  hope that this will not Tie construed as an  infringement on their operations or interference in the, way they run their  business.       >��� -      " *>   .   '  The other.day at lunch time I  was  . .Aaiower^Mainland-man-charged^d0^^0^���?^-^3^11111688-18-311-^16  over one year ago with driving with ceptable excuse for criminal  the astounding breathalyzer reading behaviour. It simply acknowledges  of .43 was fined $50 by Johnson. The 'that a recognizably sick person who  -judge's normal sentence of such of  fences is $500. The reduction was  effected because the man is currently  out of work and because he is an  alcoholic, the judge said. No other  conditions were attached to the'  -sentence;���aithoiigh-"the"^dinvicG6rr  carries with it an automatic three  month driver's licence suspension.  The~judge frequently reduces fines  for persons who are unemployed or  living on limited incomes, and we  have no quarrel with this procedure.  Justice requires that the penalty for  an offence be assessed with regard  for the situation of the offender as  well as consideration of the nature of  the crime.  commits a-erimeishould be treated as  a sick person rather than as a  criminal.  In fairness, it should be noted that  the convicted man's lawyer assured  the court that the man was un-  dergoing^reatmentior~his"problemr  But there was no demand by the court  that the treatment be continued.  If the judge had reduced the man's  fine in view of his unemployment and  also required him to undergo treatment for his .-alcoholism, it would  seem to us that justice would have  been better served and society more  adequately protected. Failure to  attach the' latter condition, while  stating that alcoholism was a con  a  pretty  .. .This is the fifth in a series of stories  about the people who work behind the  scenes  of the Beachcomber television  _prpd_uctjon_inJGibsflns, ���_,..-; ^  coloured  shirt  for  a  loud < plaid,   for  example., ^ a  Watching the'camera crew at work,  quietly-arid-unobtrusivelyj-often balanced  sideration in the reduced sentence,  But we are uneasy with Johnson's ' suggests- that - it's' somehow not as  apparent view that alcoholism is to  some extent a mitigating factbr in an  impaired driving offence, requiring  serious for a'drunk alcoholic to be  driving as it is for a drunk nonalcoholic.  Between the lines  In rich black leather  By Dennis Fitzgerald  By MARYANNE WEST  "My father was" married to his work  and we kids rarely saw him, so when I  married a glassbloWer who worked  regular' 9-5 hours I thought this was  great!" mused Joan Bellamy, wife of CBC  Director of Photography Dick Bellamy  presently working with the beachcombers*0 "And look at him now," she  continued. "He's off to work almost before  I'm awake in the morning and if I do join  hurt for breakfast he's going through the  day's script muttering-to himself and  making jottings in the margin. When he  getsjhome he'll eat while he works? jbn  tomorrow's problems and then sleep/'  It was almost 9 p.m. and Dick had just-  finished the rushes, film which had been  .returned processed,from Vancouver.-  Tired but satisfied he was ready to go  home and join his family..  How does one get from glass blowing to  the CBC?_ Looking back it wasn't really as  odd Is"it mightrseehT The" eldest of six  precariously on the gunwales :of a moving  boat, keeping their cqolr apparently unconcerned by the mayhem vjfhich may be  going on around them or patiently lining  up the' same -shot to get\ the exact  requirements of'the director, it is easy tp.  understand the complexity of their, wbrjk.  So closely does this team of camera men/-'  lighting and sound. .technicians work  together and with the DOP, so well do they'  understand each other that few words are  spoken. To the casual observer each appears to be working independently. But in  fact you are watching a team combining  their skills for a common goak>,�� -��� y'-^  The Director of Photography acts as a'  liaison between, the director of the film,  (sometimes a different person for each  episode), the camera crew and the lighting  and sound technicians. Dick Bellamy feels  strongly they all must have wider interests  to keep that flexibility which is the  hallmark of actiye, lively minds.. The  technical--��� equipment;��� ���However  sophisticated, only can reflect the quality  Of the minds operating it.  <   Visiting director Repe Bonniere from  This column is about obscenity.  Everybody against obscenity raise your  right hand. One...two..,three...That's 6^842  opposed and one abstention, the guy at the  back of the room in the overcoat.  Anita Bryant knows what an obscenity  is. So does Bernice Gerard. Or at least  they think they do.  They thinfc ah ol^ceiiity ;is something  like the dirty magazine I found on a local  newsstand last week. The name of .the  magazine is ~ quick, gfet the kids out of the  room ��� Big Juidy Jugs.  No Kidding. Right there across the top  ln baby blue lettering.  Inside, obscenity fans may find 52  pages of photographs of overweight young  women with grossly overdeveloped  mammaries. And that's about all that's In  tho magazine., The total volutne'of tcxf. Is  nbout equal to the length of this column  thus far.  JVIost of the women urcn't really doing  anything except standing around in their  glory. A couple are fondling whips.  Another one is hanging over the edge of n  bathtub.  Boring stuff. But for tho cosily titillated, the publisher offors a full rango  of similar "Specialty magazines," under  such titles as "Big Breasts," "Ikying  Rears," "Logs" and "Action Wives.? ,  I'll bet you think I'm making all this up,,,  If you don't believe me, just write to  Regency House in North Hollywood,  California, They'll bo happy \h send you  nny of the abovo for only $4.50 each ��� or  slightly moro after exchange, I presume  It's all very dehumanizing, of courso.  Tho fomnlo body as a commodity. And I  don't knovv who would ironlly believe tho  publisher's disclaimer that BJJ "ls  j *If $ P mlNSUL A ^4Meb  \ ^I'ubllHtyd W&lnipdHyslM NocliuK   -���--;���'w^'^*ftn"n'.r,;-*rsimsiiiH'e,Cft-n:sr"  "'  'by   .  ���      Tho PuiiliiNulirrinivfi  lor West pres Pnhllvnllons l.ul,  , nl Si-chell, B.f.    , ��,>  - *    - 'tforiwr-w-flirhctr, h.c. * *i r  f' ���' ~,,-V()N4A()t        .        ��    ^r~~"ijiioiic'Rfi5T32;ir ���  *���"���.���*->*&��:  .;-. I--;'  'r  'loSp.iiV Tucs.'Siit,. ,'!'t  produced and distributed as adult entertainment aimed at illuminating ongoing  changes In current patterns of societal  behavior with theiview that the picturing  and displaying of the unclothed body is  deserving of increased acceptance in our  contemporary culture."  Rubbish. The name tells it all, and  without the'pfetense of tbe''magazines for  gentlemen" and, periodicals of tliat ilk.  1 So^there we have the, obscenity so  vigorously pursued by Ms. Bryant and  Gerard,  But I '11 bet you a five-year subscription  to "Action Wives" that our ynhcouver  aldenyoman never glanced twice ot a little  insert to the,May 13 Weekend Magazine.  Fvehad this,thing stuffed away in n  desk drawer for months trying td figure  out what to do with It. Then when I saw  BJJ I wan reminded of It ���. a little four-  page message casually distributed'to  millions of Canadian homes, *  It's nn advertisement for a sc^of books  titled "Doctors of Death." Wo are offered  "The truth at lustl Facts and porsopnl  testimony of tho abominable bobnvlqr tif  Nazi doctors,''  Ho\v abominable was their bojiavlor?  "It whs worse than anything you can  -Imagine," the ad tells usr Just reading  these testimonies "is almost unbearable to  the human mind."  Wow I Woiddn't you like to got hold of  somo of that stuff?  Who cares about nckkld"ladles whfen  yoij can .rend about "prisoners, men,  women, youths, Jews, Gypsies, otc. used  as guinea pigs by Hlmmler.'sSS doctors,  for the solo purpose of satisfying tholr  sadistic whlmk"?.    . . ,  And not Just rend nbout lt,,Yoii also got  "numerous photographic documonts,"  Quality stuff, too: "For your library, a sot  of four superb volumes back-bound In rich  , blnpk LEATHER  (advertiser's emphasis), with gold lettering and or-  , nnmcntatlon, printed on deluxe paper."  ' Foronly $12,05 (phis slight handling  kand postage costs) you may recOlve tlieso  "books for a l(klay freOvtrlal reading from  'the publisher,  Friends of History In  Montrenl. v ' ��� 1(    . ;  if- you ftant torecmwBM thrfragh"the  mail, you have to - sign - a statement  ~ guaranteeing thntyoimrcmvor 10 years of  (iger Rut there's no fluch res W$lon, on  - rtcqlvlng "Doctor? of Death",  You soo, It's not obscene.  children Dick had to leave school early to  go to'work. He applied to the University of  instead ascientifi^^lass blowing, apprenticeship. During the years he worked  at Bristol, photography and film making  became ,.a spare time interest.  The scientific .glass blowing brought  Dick to UBC to work on special chemical  research apparatus.������ "the sort of things  you see in science faction films".  He joined the universityfilm-hiakers  grttup Cinema 16 and rin 1964 made two,  feature length films, "The Bitter Ash" and  "Sweet Substitute.*'The former gained  him some riotorlety. "By" today!s stan- ;  dards it had a very modest sex scene,^  Dick remembers. Bjit' tho film censor  would not allow it to be shown in. a  downtowntheatre-- so of cburse everyone  flocked to UBC to see it. This may,,have,  brought him to the attention of the CBC,  for whom ho worked first as* a freelance,  then on contract, finally giving up his work  at the university in 1968 to devote full time  to'film making.      '  There aro Wo directors of photography  (DOP) who Work on tho Beachpombors  crow on a rotational basis, Dick' nnd  'Robert Ennis, Flexibility and' com-  , mnnlcntlon aro important in such a key  Hnson position. Any changes In personnel  must cause a mlnlmmm of dlsruptldnto tho  overall team approach. Tills intact Is; tho  phlldsophy of the Beachcomber crew ~ fl  recognition of the Importance of each  Beachcomber crew.  ,7 He says they have developed one of the  best crews for photography on water, a  situation which* creates special challenges  for' the *photpgrapher.quite apart from  having to make deliberatedisaster appear  natural aiid unintentional!  Camera operator Philip Linzey has the ,  exacting jpb of being the magic eye for the  director and the DOP (and of course the  writer); translating their vision intojifllm  image. He lines up the picture within the-  . frame, brings any discrepancies .to the  ' attention of the ^director, and follows tjhe  . action. That fifihlng proceeds smoothly  * demonstrates his competence and ability ,  to work as one man with the director and  ' DOP, both of whom lias full confidence in  him to deliver the picture thoy have envisioned. I ������''���-  There, aro three assistant camera  operators, two of whom work at any given  timo* on tho set. Scott Mathors, Gary  Prcdergasi and, Joel, Johnson, share tho  responsibility for maintaining tlio physical  condition |>f the earner^ checking for  scratches, etc, making siiro it is in top  coiidlilon always, All three liave developed  Uio difficult skill of filming Uio wild antics  of I^lck and tho gang ~ being able to track  tho focus, to keep abreast of tho uctlon,"  making the required estimates accurately  so tliat tho audience will not bo nwaro of  separate part to tho smppth functioning of   W changes.  tho whole and a deliberate Interchange  between assistants so tliat evoryono gains  experience, keeps skills honed, hm{  maintains the understanding of tholr  responsibility In relation to tho other  members of the toam so tliat a backup Is.  always available.  ' Tho first thing I learnt from talking  wltli tho Beachcomber crow Is not to  confuse film and television. Thoy nro two  different things. Vldeo'/twos multiple  cameras moving from opo pnrt of tho  action to another us it takes placo. Films  on tho other bund are mado usually with  Dick describes tho Job of director of   only ono camera, a complicated |)roceduro  photography os responsibility .|for the  technical quality of tho picture, nnd  enhancing Uio omotlonnl mood, as defined  by tho director. Besides Uio obvious thljjgs,  which can spoil n photograph ��� shadows  ahd reflections, for oxnmplo,  or tho  Involving inany shots of individual  scqrtoncos, later skilfully edited to croato  Uio -illusion of spontaneous, continuous  action. It often appears to bo no more tlian  a lot of pooplo 'standing around with not  milch happening. Even Uio action may not  limitations of Molly's Roach with Its low,  make much son^o to tho ensuai obsoryor  colling Wd small rooms ��� tlio DOP must   until you see, Uiodeveloped film,  always keep in mind tho limitations of  television as a medium.  ���  Because television Is not  able to  transmit all tho Information which a  ~i!Monrnimi!(fflt��w��^it'rrfflieirflimpr  -or coarser pattern of linen and dots~-* the  pnttornr^of.-:clothmH., roallaUcaUL  There Is a lot of technical knowledge  about film, its ability to sense light, to  distinguish and reprtjkluco"colours,^Its  contrust ratios ^hlch quickly booomo  secondhT��ff^  photogrfifihy. m fill know that movies lire  inrcalltyjusli n sqquoiico of still pictures,  rtyroduc9d-.-.on.:.Mm,%��>w^^  rtcrnmbled on the television Mrt^/��T^  can-^create 24 frames per second, the  human eye can distinguish among only 10'  frames per second because of a  phenonomen known as persistence of  vision, which means tha|. the retina will  retain an after-image for 1-10 second.  ; Dick Bellamy has a store of knowledge  and information. He is researching a book  on the history of television. We -tend to  think of it as a recent invention but the  first description of a television systenrWas  recorded in the U.S. in 1875, and the  procedure was first demonstrated in 1926,  in Scotland.  /       : '    '���   /  No room oil  lihifr minibus  Editor, The Tiirfes:  On Mondajr morning, Juljr 17,.Lphoned  to'make an appointment to be^picked[up by  the minibus at Roberts* Creek on the afternoon trip in a wheel chair, to be told by,  Miss Bunyan, the driver of the busj that it  .wasJmgj^iWej-^ste^  drive eight youngsters to the day school at  ��� Wilson Creek Community HaU.--���",   ���  I asked her if any day during the,week  would do", to received a flat no from that  young lady.' ������ ,        -.,,   .,  , The reason -r seats could npt be  removed. \ f  Wasn't that the reason a large minibus  was bought?  - Grace Cumming  a permanent resident of Roberts  Creek since 1949 and a property  X '  k' owner since 19&.  Something  we can all  be proud of  Editor, The Times:  Thdugh rmstill a bit "dazed" I'd like  to take tfois opportunity to thank all tho  people who worked so hard, co-operated so  , willingly, supported one another so well,  and generally joined in tho" community  spirit to mnko RobertsCreek Daze such a  tremendous success. '  "it was truly heartwarming to See tho  way so many people, from kids to pen-"  slonors,  co-operated and so  willingly  pitched In to support ono anothor nnd do  wliatovor Jobs needed doing.  Everything from tho zany costumes,  ^tti^K^i^dl^ss^Aorgy'a'nd^ htgh'cspiHfBrtb'u  Ui<v well planned Ovonte and tho great  array of good food combined to make this  a perfect community celebration. Tho  community spirit, created by the planning  nnd working on this event, Is something  vory special that wo can all bo proud of  and I hopo wo can sharo for a long tlmo to  come, ^liank You, Roberta Crook I  .;,,',., Sharon Craig,  ( Chairperson, Coordinating  Committeo.  Weather report  Weather July 15-21 w  Lo HI Preo  ,10 25 nil  18 nil  21 nil  24 nil  24., nil  27, ��� nil  27 nil  Week's- rainfall �� nil. July to date  gettjrigttie gas tank filledjwhen the_young_  attendant came over and asked me to ask  , another driver of a car to please put out  her cigarette while he was filling her tank..  I did as I was asked and also suggested  that she switch her engine off too. She did  not .comply with either request and obV  vioiisly thought it was no business of mine  anyway and let me know in no uncertain  terms that she had never heard of any  .accidents happening, and therfore, ac-  ���-cording--to-'her,-they-"Were-~not--going~to���  ' happen here. I felt sorry for her and also  for the gas attendant Who, because of his..  young age, did not feel competent to ask  " this individual to use a bit of common  sense. There was no-one else around at the  time whom he could turn to. v  I would like to make a suggestion that a  sign be placed in a prominant position,  stating thaf no gas will be dispensed until  such time as the vehicle's engine -is  switched off, the brakes appUed and aU  cigarettes extinguished and that attendants be made aware; that these instructions be rigidly adhered to. If there 7;  was a sign where everyone cbuld;see it, it  .would give a big moral boost to. the  sometimes quite young attendants,  -We hear of all kinds of horrible accidents with tanker trucks these days and  it only needs one little spark to initiate a  deadly explosion and inferno. Maybe it"  won't happen here but let's not give it a  chance. '��� ���  John Hind jSmith,  -   -  ----- ���-       *...... ^ GiBsons.  *Not why I  partici  $5-  -Bjlitflrf  '  The  July 15  July 10  July 17  July 18  July 19  July 20  July 21  i t i * i �� i ��� i it i ti i ti�� i i #"  IHIHll'H I   ���   ���   I   ill  i i f i i i i i i * i i t i i i t i i t Jul  .14,  > ��� t i t i i i i t i i JU)  i t i f t i t11 t i i Jl'l  I j| J  �� t   MMHMt IM   tl,t��  111111(11    i  M��MR4ffiii��4#fJJMi(f Wt.-M  m��y mean the substitution of n plain ; imago is that whllo tho camera'and film  ���-' ���������' :���>��� k   S.MfJ'* ��" V*'*"*-1***' *  ����� W*^��t *��* "tJl +��M��fpf*t #KlWW^rJ*WW ft  ���njrtf-wwswsrw-M  ,-f)fl,2min,,Iiui  w m> w "Ww ��M*#��Wf m?m  July 21,1077-51,^ cin.  The Times:-^r ���r~~-.-----���-'������-..���'  Roberts Creek Daze Party on  Saturday was as successful as everyone  could have imagined, at least in terms of  spirited participation \ of the counUess  friends and neighbours, I am not yet  aWare of the financial benefits resulting  from this gathering, but the stimulation  of good food, fun, sun, music and friends  is, In Itself, very rewarding. >  However, I would like to point out that  my participation was not in aid of a new V  community hall, as suggested by your.  editorlal"The good new days" (July 12), '  nor in aid of bigger and better dances, as  suggested in the Creek Runoff column,   '  Ajthpughthat may have be6h the original  intention of Uie Ways and means Committee, I had been led to believe that, until  there has been considerably more op-  ��� portunity for exchange of ideas among the  area residents, specific projects had not  yet been determined, '  The location; type and size of facilities;  advantages of developing In conjunction  with other community resources, ns opposed to one largo multi-use facility ��� all  these Issues and more have yet to enjoy  full discussion throughout, the entire  neighbourhood. Rather than risk tho  Inevitable objections to 'proposals' which  havo already beenr decided, more  representative involvement will bettor  reflect this area's recreation priorities nnd  rosult In further integration of 'faction^'  among residents.  ,J..Jfho.lprp5cs-8.. may. .ho, Jcngthy, and..  irksome, as ull thoso Involved In tho  community (Official Settlement) plan will,  attest. However, tho rewards of achieving  nn consonus far out-weighs tho efficiency  of one-wny dissemination of Information  nbout projects that don't fully represent  community Interests, ,  ,,;' �� R.C. Ixslpslc,  RobertsCreek.  Wildlife group  liked the ping  Editor, The Times:'        '       Vr"  Recently, oiir attention was drown to  nnartlolo npponriilg In your papor olitltlcd  "Joining the Canadian - Wildlife  Federation",  v As a chhrltoblo organization, wo would  Hko to thank you for your thoughtful  *i^rtn\ini"Tesidri)r7��n'rKnicio, wo  have rcc<|iyed several- applications for  membership. ,.,.,,  ���  <-' LubnMycIo,  ,  "' '^^fc^L  ".'���%:. v  uiTmWmm^  m      -Rfl 0-mm   Inn. luli/OI   1 (W7.Rl 08 ��m ,    .    , ��� j\at.  '��_^ .- . ���*.  J^rr���^rh'lkfp,  Ottawa, Ontario,  ^^w-iim^^����i^^\��^*^a*#tmB��w#i^      *w^rfWfcs^��iw*J"��^^'"'''^1^^ -*-fj����w����'��i(i*i.��i i^**St  *"����nMAo��ftVWf^',sita' nm s  ro-  ������   f!  w  li   **'<ll  '*>*��,,, h  \ .1  I.-K  ���#��',''  t'.p ���        /  ���    ���  '   I. A  ���y..x.  r~^  -v���  -17T-��������r  ** '  Tt-.  MORE ABOUT. . .  ~  ���Water rates  k? , ���From Page A-l  _.' regional district water system, rather  than taking it from the users' pockets.  sSSs* QkkkAy^' Ax^.^scf9��^^v54ee_ Harrison  disagreed, however, saying that although  aU taxpayers contribute to the grant, not  aU are due in the regional district water  system.  -   ' s*l don't think provincial money should  be used to subsidize lower rates for those  in the water system," he said.  Other  directors  agreed  that  an  ^ equitable user rate is desirable within the  district, but Area E Director George Gibb  suggested the,committee take a look at  everybody's'water rates.  ' 'Our rates haven't been raised ih seven  years," said Gibb..  MORE ABOUT /. .     .        -      - /   ���  '  ��� Water hook-up  ���From Page A-l  prepared to give up exclusive rights to that  land.      (  '"Dfe-frater situation in the areas west  of Sechelt has reached the stage where it's  endangering the piibUc health and the  pubUc safety," said Almond, "and we'll  just have to let Municipal Affairs know  that."  . Almond'saidihe board wiU warn the  department in the letter that the issuing of  building 'permits - will;7be curtailed "if 7  ��� s0mething7isn't done uf g$$y* '^^~y ~  ~  "A lot ol people have put money into  property in that area and certain individuals might stand tp experience a,  great deal of loss if development is ban^ig  ned," said Area A Director Joe Harrison.  Dixon  estimated that  there  are ap-,*  proximately 1,000 empty lots ready for  ;       development between Sechelt^and Halfmoon Bay.; ,�� -'.' '"���*..,.*������' 'k  '.�����'���    Almond told the, Times that-as^an  7altematiwtljrt  \  SUSAN SPROULE, group leader for a  Canada World Youth program to be  conducted in Gibsons and Sechelt,  will be in the area'until tomorrow  (July 27). Seven young Canadians and  seven young Indonesians will arrive  here in September for the program,  which includes volunteer work within  the community.- People, who are interested in having volunteers work in  their businesses or who would billet  two people for a five-week period can  leave a message for Sproule at the  Coast News office.  MORE ABOUT: . V  incipal  temporary��lanwitlitthe Indian Band:''just  to get; the pi|# through."!   <j        ���'  <��� 7  ���MORE^ ABOUT . ,.  From Page A-l  apparent lack^f any code of conduct for  the school'ancrehadequate communication  between teachers and parents regarding  students' academic standing.,  f<The thrust of our concern was that the  school wjas not bjBing run in fte b    interests of &e'students and their obtaining-  the^best possible education," he said.  ,p^&lLsaid^5A.Hf&i^^  ������.,���*'  j'%Fr<^ni7Page��Arl,);;, * 77  ��emergency' ;dotir ; while1 the  busMivas  -^ktteridedtp^he^^^  .' JVIissing was DJKori% diving gear and a *  coffee can .containing about $25 in change,  "money the kids had Collected for1 juice or  the'occasional ice"crearri.during these hot  . daysk    ���-'- ���k'Ary'r-.A' ������; :s--��r'-'--:-p':-7v"'-;"  ^t's not that it's so much jmoney," said  program coordinator Evodia Ryan. ''It's  just that it's that type of money; It's'the  kid's money. They collected it byer quite a  period of time. r   '   :       ;  "You really have to be a creep to do a  thing like that,!':,  January meetings at iyhich his committee  ��waB fpnned, "I was sort of surprised to see  ;ihat; the dissatisfaction was *"so wide-  spreadvEveryonf seemed to be saying the  samethings,!' Lloyd said:  He said Eienley. refusjd to recognized  the group "because we had no teacher  component." But after the group  establishedA^ntact���with^a--teachers'  �����'��.-  committee and-presented a brief to the  school board,' "wef still didn't get any  action, .so we decided to disband."  Lloyd saidhisCommittee "came to the  conclusion that*? Denley and (district  Secretary-Treasurer Roy Mills were  making the decisions"-rather than-the  board.        ' .  "We were met with arrogance and  indifference," he said. "You don't want to  go after someone's head, but our feeling is  that there are some fine teachers Who just  don't make good administrators.'''  MORE ABOUT ...  ���Breath test  ���From Page A-l  highway between Langdale and Gibsons.  Nordal told police at the time that he  had had four beers, but police found an  opened bottle of vodka in his jacket pocket.  Speaking on behalf of Nordal, lawyer  Bernie Buan asked Johnson for a  discharge "with stiff conditions regarding  the consumption of alcohol."  He told the.judge that Nordal, a  Carling-O'Keefe brewery worker,7is an  alcoholic receiving treatment for. what  Buan termed an "industrial disease."  ���'It's a medical problem that he is now  ^getffi^attefflaon for," said Buan.  Johnson, however, said he did not think  that a discharge, would be the best way to  serve the public interest/adding that he  was amazed that Nordal had never been,  charged with a similar offence considering  his obvious degree of alcoholism.  "It either means that he doesn't drive  when he drinks or that he just hasn't been  caught-," said the judge.        , _ _ ___    three months and he will have until September 1 to pay the $50 fine. Johnson gave  Nordal the reduced fine in view of his  alcoholism and because the current  .brewery workers lockout-strike has left  .him without funds.  Johnson's standard penalty for im-  ^airepMrivnigjMTdriyingLWhUe over .08isS  Tp500ibr a Hretoffender who is regularly  employed. t  WAKE-UP! SHAPE UP!  WALK!  viranm.  PMmpaerronB  Walk :��� .Hrit-lcTixhy.  NEW ON THE COAST?  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"."v..... ������.���-*tl~,imm.���mm,l.m ��.J*m. ), .m. mammmmm.mmmaimmkma4)��mmm  ���-���--���f^B.'mBl  I apricots....  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������BIHHMHHHHHf  pricos offoctlvo Thurs., Fri., Sat., ju|y 27, 28, 29  4-TC  ���I        *  We're right foe you!  p.��i. fi  . \  1 1 ~r:  i   \  I  PageAs4  NN  The Peninsula Times.  Wednesday, July 26,1978  MMUNITY  ftMWMKW  -The Creek-runoff-  A Toba visit  By Annie Dempster, 885*3326   J. CHOQUER & SONS   CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  S��cholt, B.C. VON 3A0  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  But: 885-9244  Res: 885-2686.  Happenings around the harbour  <&>r  Bonus prize  By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308 f J�� ^M  BONUS PRIZE  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Derby  will be on the 5th and 6th of August and the  prizes are $100, $50 and $25 and a draw for  a Floater Jacket. Sharpen your hooks and .  try and get the largest salmon or largest  cod. You' may still win even though you  never get the big ones as there are hidden :  weight pri2es plus many.door prizes.  Now for the biggie! There is a Bonus  Prize Draw courtesy of Strand Holidays.  This is a trip for two* people who will be  flown from Vancouver to. Los Angeles  where they will board a ship for,a 7 day  and 6 night cruise on the Mexican coast in  Oct. or Nov. Tickets for the Derby may be  obtained from any of the Marinas in  Pender Harbour or Madeira Sears Store  and any Hospital Auxiliary member.  Weigh-in is at Taylors Garden Bay Store.  LEGION AND LIONS PICNIC  AUGUST 20.  The Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112 and  the Pender Harbour Lions Club are having  a combined picnic, "A FIRST" and plans  are under way to make it a real "Big Day"  -ior_the-young.ones and they are not over  looking the grownups. This event is open to  all members of both clubs, their families  and relatives. The picnic will be held in the  Pender-Harbour^tlons-Park and \W  starting time is 10 a.m.  There will be lots of races games and  contests, plus prizes and awards. Children  -under the age of 14 wiU~be given freepopT  PENDER HARBOUR LIONS IN JAPAN  Don and Joan Riome of Madeira Park  represented the P.H. Lions Club at the  International Lions Club Convention in  Tokyo last month. There were 40,000  delegates from 159 countries in the world.  They had a tour of Japan and said the  islands are.so beautiful and green, people  aire friendly and they hope to.go''back  there. Prices are high though, $1.75 for a  cup of coffee, $80 for a hotel room. They  left June 16th and arrived back July 4th.  PENDER HARBOUR HEALTH  CLINIC AUXILIARY,  ' The P;H. Health Clinic Auxiliary will be  holding the Arts and Crafts Show August  26th. Last year this show-was very-popular  and interesting. Those wishing to enter  exhibitis please phone Doreen Lee 883-  2283, Ruth Kobus 883-9603 or Violet Evans  883-2625. Enquiries may also be made at  the Bargain Barn.  PENDER HARBOUR LIBRARY  - Many books have been added to the  P.H. Library. Some of the recent additions  are' The Thorhbirds by Colleen Mc-  Cullough, Daniel Martin by John Fowler,  jGoing-West __With_Annabelle_by_Molly-  Douglas,- High Stakes and Risk by Jan  -Adams^-Unfinished -Joumey-by���Yehudi-  Up to this past weekend, I. had  relatively few encounters with people, who'  made their living logging, and the opinion  I did have of loggers was they were mostly  coarse, over-payed and under-worked  braggarts. I am pleased to say that my  opinion was totally false in this instance as  was my pleasure to find out when a bunch  of us made a trip to a logging camp at  Toba Inlet this past weekend;   .  We were picked up in Lund by a fellow  ��� who runs a camp at Toba in his very impressive-looking sea truck and proceeded  to make our way up the very beautiful  waters through the Ragged Islands, down  Waddington Channel and on up to Toba  Inlet, where the water is as green as  Chinese jade. What the sea truck lacked in*  luxuries, it more than made up for in  comfortable riding and roominess. After  unloading the boat, we settled into an  enjoyable evening rof typical Toba Inlet'  entertainment, brought to us via the radio  telephone. The radio certaiiilyTias it over  "Soap" or "As the World Turns". I do hope  Al and Bill get their welding problem  sorted out soon.  It is surprising how quickly one  becomes jaded. For instance: one of the  female membersof_our_party_caughtJier  first fish about an hour after our arrival at  camp Friday evening. She was ecstatic  over her catch even though it was a  dogfish, just a hollerin' and jumping up  and down. The next morning, she and her  husband set out at the crack of dawn to try  her luck again. Upon returning to camp,  when asked if she had caught anything,  she answered very disappointedly, "Just  three dog fish". The kids -also became  quickly dissatisfied. On previous visits,  ~they"hadbeen^ontent"tdfish"witlfcockIes  machines. He took us up to Pendrell Sound  where the water is a deep turquoise and as  warm and clean as a bath. Our host  referred to the beach as, "Runner Beach",  as it was necessary to wear running shoes  on it as it was covered in thousands of  oysters and to the left was an oyster farm  were the oyster seed is planted and harvested and then shipped to different parts  of the world.  After frolicking in the sun and water for  a couple of hours, we again clamored  aboard the sea truck and off we went to  another old logging site at the mouth of  Toba for our cook out.  On the way back to camp we stopped to  chat with some people on a very impressive boat, who said that they had  caught two fish, at which point, Tommy,  one of the young boys in our party innocently asked if they had. caught,  "Dogfish or salmpn", which put us all in  stitches. We arrived back at camp at dark  only to discover that our host's day was  still not done, even though he had been on  the go since dawn. He went out to help the  boom man finish buttoning up the last  section of the boom. It must have been  midnight beforeour hostgot to bed, only  to be up again at dawn on Sunday morning  IN CONCERT  TRIO LIETO  Carol Westdal Soprano  Lisa Challans., Piano  Robert Sheffield Clarinet'  of U.B.C. Musical Department  ELHPINSTONE SCHOOL, GIBSONS  FRIDAY, JULY 28th at 8 pm  Adults $2.00 Students $1.00  Presented by  SUNSHINE COAST ARTS COUNCIL  r  Minukin, Airscream by John Bruce and  Caddie, a Sydney Barmaid by Caddie.  HOSPITAL NEWS    ���Bernard-Glarke-of-Madeira���Park-is  ice cream" and hot dogs^ You bring your seriously ill at St. Mary's Hosp.  own lunch basket and coffee wiU be sup- rr COULD HAPPEN TO YOU  plied. Tickets for this picnic daytttaybe on the July 1st weekend, a couple, no  obtained from the Legion Hall and ibis names mentioned, decided to go ashore up  suggested that you purchase what you will Jerws Inlet and while taking a few sup-  need as soon as possible as ticket sales will plies to $hore realized ifyeyjad-forgotten  close on Wednesday Aug. 17th. Ticket A- "- �����--*=-��-���'��� --- ��������"���'-' '-���*-- ������"���-  Prices ��� Adults or anyone over 14 yrs. of  age ��� $1 each. Children 5 to 14 yrs. - .50  and kiddies under 5 yrs. free. Many people  from both clubs are working hard to make  this event a success. Please attend as a  good turnout this year will ensure this  becoming an annual event. In case of  inclement weather on the 20th, the picnic  will be postponed until the following  Sunday, August 27th.  VISITORS TO PENDER HARBOUR  Jerry and Syl Reiter of Vancouver are  spending 2 weeks with Gordon and Ruth  ~Kobusr-Mr.-and_Mrs^Charles Dean from  Suffolk, England have beerfinrthe-Pender���.^__  Harbour area for 5 weeks and have been  staying some of the time at Isabel Hep-  burns,/Madeira Park.   ���p,__A_^J , . ; , -������ ;T  to tie their hoat up. Sometime later they  saw their boatbeing towed by another and  taken up Jervis pasf where they were. By  the' use of flares they were finally rescued  and taken to Earls Cove, where the man  made many phone calls to camps in the  area and he also went to Bathgates at  Egmont and made more calls. Finally his  boat was found in Vancouver Bay. The  people who had found it drifting had  turned it over to a Navy boat and they left  it at Van Bay. Apparently the Coast Guard  and the police were not notified where it  was.  and he had a day's work done before mid-  morning when it was time for him to  return us all to Lund in the sea truck. On  the way back we stopped briefly in Doctor's Bay where apparently the salt water  freezes in the winter at times.  To. get back to my original statement  about loggers, not once while we were  guests, did we overhear coarse language  from the loggers, they were always the  jg^MtjgentlemgnT^  underworked and overpayedjJjvoiMJiay---  for bait, but aftejrgettingjajclrance-to-use-^ raised  "herring strip, the cockles were no longer   with five hard-working brothers but, I  ^ood enough for bait. have never seen men worlrso hard to earn 7  The operator of the camp arose at the - a living before. I know I will never com-  _crack-.of_dawn-and-headed-three-miles���plain-about4heprice^f7limibei^gai%___  If you are fortunate enough to have a  boat at your disposal, I would strongly  recommend exploring the beautiful waters  and land of B.C., as it is truly a  magnificent sight to see.- Our host told us  so many wonderful stories about some of  the old timers that have logged in this area  and some of the old sites that are still  standing but unfortunately it would take  many pages to tell of it.  We do, dearly thank you Sandy.  straight up a mountain and had brought  down three turns of logs with the skidder  on VERY rough road before it got too hot  . to work. After a quick shower (one of the  few luxuries*^ there) we set out for a  day's exploration and play. And what a  day it was. The weather was made to  order. Our host took us up to see the  magnificent falls on Toba and then off to  explore the sight of an *bld logging  operation with its outdated and abandoned  MM  COKE  >  VJ5IT      7  3mvex Tftousc Arfiiqms  Ha4eirakParh  CKINA,6U^irilY��R  INPIXK-BASKETS    -  ���.koK^ivMi--,  coiizcrx3isij>icroMs  KNITTED WICIZS  ?o]]ou\s\Cjp* cdituj. TroMtisr  Peninsula A2>, Open daily ontil  I JMour 2% 10* an ^6oc yvi  TID-BIT  /How many of you folks noticed there is  no archway going into Madeira Marina?  Apparently it fell down because of old age.  THE RODFATHER  Instead of a Godfather we have a  Rodfather in Pender Harbour. His name is  George Bissett and he lives at the Seven  Isles Trailer Court, ahd makes custom  fishing rods for mooching, trolling oj>  casting. Will also repair broken onesflf  you want to be prepared for the))ig'clerbies  coming up phone George,at'883-9936.  Local ferry  is up  Since May 24 this year more than 85,000  ferry passengers have travelled the  Horseshoe Bay to Langdale route.  According--��� B.C. Ferry Corporation  statistips<1i5,855 passengers and 35,214  vehicles have travelled the route between  'May 24 and June 30.  During the same period last year 76,115  passepgers and 30,036 vehicles used the  ferries. " -'������'v."..,,,..  Owners  of smaller  businesses...  we provide:  ��� Financial assistance  ��� Management counselling (CASE)  �� Management training  ��� Information on government  programs for business  Can we help you?  See our Representative  at:   Bolla Boach Mo tot, Socholt'  Toh 865-9561  on: Wodnosday, August 2nd  is re  to vote  The Canada Elections Act of 1970 provides that eyery man and woman who  has attained the age of 18 years and is a Canadian citizen qualifies as an elector  and is therefore able to vote in federal by-elections and 'general elections.  ���  -The Act also, provided that British subjects who were not Canadian citizens but  who qualified.as electors at the time of the 1968 general election could continue  to vote in federal elections for a period of five years following the coming into  , effect of the new. Canada Elections Act on June 26,1970.  Accordingly, since June 26,1975 only Canadian citizens  have had the right to vote in federal elections.  You do not nood to produce proof of Canadian Citizenship either at the time of  enumeration or at the polls. However, if challenged at the polls, you may be asked  to swear that you area Ca mid ian citizen before voting. _  If you wish to apply for Canadian citizenship or if you liave any doubts  about your status as a Canadian citizen, please contact:  FEDERAL BUSINESS  DEVELOPMENT BANK  North Vancouver, O.C.   900-6571  ��-<*��� *~7'-.r"a      '   "������') <WP* .""' ""ST7"*''rv"f'-"A''  "VI:��.- i���,j ' ������ ..".j   ' ���~m^��� it,ti:,m,i ,mS���t���m.' ii mm. mtJmmtmmm^Um.^.  I....:,::"  S'Plf  Tho Court ofCimiwliim ('Itlzt'iiHlilp ncmcHl you  listed unctor "Government of Cnnudri" in'l he  white puf^'H of your telephone directory uh  foil own:  Citi/.onHhip Inquiries or  Court, of Ciuiudiiin CiLizoiiHliip, or  Secretary of Stute.  OH-You may wiflh to writf directly to:  Kofjlfltrnr of Canadian Clt Izen-ship,  Department of the Secretary of State,       Ottfliwi; Ontario, K1AOM5  There are Courth of Canadian Cjt izentthip  located in '28 major centrea rioroBH Canada.  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'        \  ���\  1    'V  ������.���f��������������l^<';'::...'',���',',  ~ffti*-    '  *"**lf "���"''*��* w,f���,t ���..  $,s *   *+���( *>|f itffi|p^!^*KB*i^rti|W����;  ��f#KWM[l��fl!W^i^^  "f>" HaHmoon-Bay-happenincfs1���~~"���7~.  Mackereth slides  By Mary Tinkley, 885-9479  MACKERETH  On Saturday, July 29, at 7:30 p.m. at the  Welcome Beach Hall, Joan and" Allan  Mackereth will give a repeat performance  of their slide show of their 1977 Wally  Byam tour of Europe. The slides include  some excellent photographs of Europe's  towns, mountains, cathedrals, famous  gardens and works of art, and the  programme is being, repeated by special  request.  FISHING DERBY  The date chosen by ti^ Redrooffs  Beach and Country Club for its -annual  fishing Derby must have got arQund to the  salmon, for though there had been good  fishing just before and immediately after  that date, on July 16, the salmon went into  hiding and showed no interest in biting.  Very few salmon were submitted at the  weigh-in and Eileen Rendle's 5%= pound  salmon won for her the Stoker Cup. Wendy  McDonald presented her with the cup  which had been donated by her father, the  late Howard P. Stoker in 1935. Her  "grandson, Lance Ross 'of Toronto,  presented the remainder of the prizes.  John Roberts, a guest, at the Stuart  LeFeaux home, received a fine fishing net  for the largest salmon caught by a man.  Stephen Rowles and Brian Renix received  prizes for the largest fish in the 12 and  under class and Alexa Marenych victoriously brought in the largest bullhead.  Peter Bogardus' salmon won for him the.  mystery weight prize.  on the rock in front of Cooper's store for ,  many years. It was a popular marine gas  station in the days when Jim Cooper's  wharf connected the rock to the shore, and  twenty five years ago, you could even rent  boats   there.   Since   the   wharf   was^  dismantled a few years ago, the tank has"  served no useful purpose.'  COMINGS AND GOINGS   A,  Thea Leuchte was in Washington  recently to visit her daughter and son-in-  law, Annemarie and Larry Hickey at  Bellevue.. She accompanied them to  Beaverton to attend the 50th wedding  anniversary of Larry's parents, Ed and  Jenny Hickey. About fifty people, ranging  in age from infants to,eighty-year olds, _  took part in the four day celebration on the  old family farm. The country around the  farm is lovely, says Thea, with rolling  wheat fields, nut orchards and restored  farmhouses. They returned to Bellevue for  the celebration of the seventeenth bit- ���  thday of her grandson, Christian Hickey.  Annemarie returned to Welcome Beach  with'her mother, where she is enjoying a  visit with her sister, Susie Bolivar.,  Richard and Susie Bolivar and their soH  Lucas are spending the summer vacation  at their Welcome Beach cottage. They  brought with them from Telegraph Creek  two little Indian girls who are students of  Richard's.  Bill and Muriel Corson and their family  from Vancouver are spending ^heir "  vacation at the Garnet cottage, where, in  ���Ifproveasueh a difficult UW to award  sgjtgggjgi^  the prizeT^lO^OsbJrom^he^38^ reason    for this is that their daughter Sheryl flew  to Europe last Friday to join the ice show  "Holiday on Ice". After training sessions  at Nice and Toullon, the show will tour  Europe and South Africa and Sheryl, who  is a sweet singer as well as a fine skater  hopes to get a singing part in the show. The  Corsons rhase_lQng been enthusiastic ice  skaters and Sheryl's father, Bill Corson,  formerly held the Western Canada  "championship; ���   VISITORS y '  _ This7is the time "of year when the  children who have grandparents living on  the Sunshine Coast love to visit them.  Billie Graves has her granddaughters^  Kimberley ahd Julie Doyle for the  vacation while Khona Cooper has granddaughter Dyan. On Duck' Rock Beach,  Bryan and Bobby Stewart of Williams  Lake are visiting their grandparents Jack  and Dorothy Temple, while the Harold  Jacques have their grandsons Joe and  Todd Jacques of Penticton. Mary Lou and  Jim Maxwell, with son Todd, on a camping  trip from Calgary, spent a few days-witb  Mary' Lou's father; Vince Shannon. In'  spite of the heat, Wilda Moore and Gordon  Horst of Seattle did the long trek out to the  Skookumchuck on July 21st and had a  spectacular view of a 14.6 foot tide running  in. They were guests at the Fred Greaves'  home at Eureka. Back for a visit at their  old stamping grounds were Bruce and Pat  Hallat-, former owners of the Tor Orre  "homerAfterleavii^-'WeicdmeBea^TQi^"  Jived in. Arizona for a time j but have now  returned., to Canada and settled in  Coquitlam.  BOUQUET  We feel that this week's Bouquet should  go to Fran Reid, who invariably has a  house full of guests, but never seems to  lose her cool. Fran's guests during the past  week' were her brother, Len Schollen from  Timmins, Ontario, brother John Schollen  from Vancouver, Larry and Virginia  Needham of Delta and Marie and ChOck  Trainer and their three" children who  thought the fishing was fantastic. Len was  thrilled to get a salmon, fpr it was the first-  fish he had ever caught.  Wednesday,-Jtalr26rM78  The Peninsula Times  PageA-  \  DARREN KOHUCK, nine, of Secheit   he attended the Okanagan Hockey  won the sportsmanship award when   School in Penticton July W5.  "strange assortment of monstrosities  submitted, that a special committee of  judges was set up, consisting of three  eminent members of the club, Gordon  Cruise, Dr. Harold Caple and Roos-  McAllister. They finally decided in favour  of the rat fish caught by Jonty Bogardus.  President David Birrell expressed thanks  on behalf of the club to Mr. and Mrs.  -teFeaux���for���their��� excellent���job���in-  organizing the event.  SQUARE DANCE PICNIC  July 22 was a busy and exciting day at  Redrooffs. While the country fair was  drawing crowds to Cooper's Green, Duck  Rock Beach zoomed with vitality as  seventy members of three square dance  clubs took part in the fifth annual square  dance picnic on the Al Jacques property.  Callers were Harry Robertson and  Maurice Hemstreet of the Sunshine Coast  Country Stars, Jim MacPherson of the  See-Saw Squares of Vancouver and Dewiss  Brown of the Rancho Ramblers of Powell��  River. It was a most happy and successful  day, with the square dances interspersed  witji cooling swims. When it came, to.  supper time there was a delightful  selection of hot and cold dishes, exotic  desserts and a birthday cake complete  with candles to celebrate the birthday of  caller Jim MacPherson. The Jacques'  house guests who co-hosted the party were  Al's brother and sister-in-law, Les and  Wynne^ Jacques and Rutii'jyn^Ntoim.:  Hutton, all members ofthe SefrSaw Club.  LANDMARK GONE ;" ���~r~���'���.--~X  Another of the old landmarks of the  Redrooffs waterfront disappeared last  week when the SheU Oil Company  removed the old oil tank which has stood  Sechelt notes  ^��m  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  The Stuttering Computer struck our tax  statement, charged with two parcel tax for  1978 which was spotted by the eagle eye of  the man of the house. The Surveyor of  Taxes were very prompt in replying to our  letter questioning this little extra added to  our tax and stated than an error had oc-  -currecL ...   _  Kohuch, each with their respective  families. This last week two boys from  Sechelt attending the hockey school were  Billie Stockwell and Mark Eaetkau.  Our youth are our best ambassadors,  letting the rest of the province know how  people do live here. It is not just a vacation  spot.   "          &z\  keeps you  posted.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  SEAVIEW MARKET  Roberts Creek  CIIMMCD UAIIDC-     10 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.  dUlTIITIEIt HUUItd.    Fri R Sat - 'til 8 p.m.  hi so, wo havo a point spray gun for ront  V Day��  A Week  What happens if this is not spotted by  the taxpayer? Take heed and read over  your tax statement very carefully. -  LUBINS LEAVE  A farewell dinner party was held at the  home of Dr. Brian and Heather Myhill-  Jones in Selma Park, Wednesday, July 19.  Attending were members of the medical  staff, bidding adeiu to Dr. Stan and Jean  Lubin as they leave for one year's sabbatical in England.  The next day a coffee party was held by  the OR staff as they too bid farewell.  Ed aiuHlla Nicholson will live in the  ��� Lu^in house while they are away. Ed is the  Area "B" representative and his parents  will be here next week to live on the  Sunshine Coast. This is Mr. and Mrs.  Charlie Nicholson from North Vancouver.  RAFFLE WINNERS  The Sunshine Rebekah Lodge raffle  winners drawn June 27 were: first prize of  a Fran Ovens oil painting.went to Isabel,  Draper.: Second prize of a'cerainic figufine  by Nell Whaltes won by Sophie Brackett,  third win was a tin of biscuits won by  Winnie Keen of Gibsons.     ,,  TRAVELLING SMITHS  Visiting friends on Vancouver Island,  Ivan and Eileen Smith spent a few days at  Billie and GailMcFaddens in Port Albernl  \yhere Ruby Breeze was minding their  home while Billie Gail holidayed.  The Smiths took a day trip on the Lady  Rpse to Ucluelet, a beautiful voyage.  At Nanaimo it was the Elsie Fletcher  family and at Victoria a visit with Ivan's  sister Ellen Arledge.  VISITORS 7  Bill and Lena Grisenthwaite'o guest  has been Lena's sister Dolores Jordan  from Seattle.  :   Another sister visiting is Olga Johnson's from Lon6 Rock, Wisconsin,  Stephanie and Warren Porter. Stephanie is  also happy to see her nieces Bonnie  Paetkau and Alda Grames. '  HOCKEY SCHOOL PENTICTON        '  It was hockey school for tho boys and  holiday tlmo for tholr families as parents  went to Penticton for a week. ���)  Darren Kohuch won a  trophy  for,  sportsmanship over all attending the  school; ,  Kelly Cousins and Dnvld nnd Michael  Rogers travelled with Mrs. Naomi Cpuslns  and Mrs. Agatha Rogers, Phillip Nolson, '  Chrisjyi^Klnhey, Scan Sorrel and Darren,.  MORE VISITORS  It was Gibb Lee's birthday so it was  appropriate daughter Bonnie should be  here to help with the celebrations.,Bonnie  and her two daughters Lee-Ann and Tracy  West arrived from Port McNeil. The^ girls  will stay on with their grandparents for a  longer visit.  SECHELT INTERMEDIATE  CARE SOCIETY  A meeting was held to further  discussion with the steering committee for,  the acquiriftg^of an intermediate care  facility for the Sechelt vicinity. A constitution proposed to'be sent away as the  first step in forming a society.  A general meeting is planned for October at such time six directors will be  elected. A challenging and interesting job  for people who have the time and the  desire to see this needed facility become a  reality. ���        ;  Now!  -/  a textured, self-vulcanizing rubber,  -seamless-deek-eoatingT-ybu-RQl=b'ON-in-  two easy coats. No more Trowelling, simply  roll on two coats of new SPANTEX  Texture-Tread for a tough, resilient, seamless waterproof deck that will lastJor years.  ��� SPANTEX Texture-Tread in 3 colours.  ��� SPANTEX Colour Coat available in  La choice of Custom Colours. ___  Ask for  SPANTEX at  fc'-  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPUES*886-8141  The Beautiful Combination  A JOHNSON OUTBOARD  AND A  SPRINGBOK 12'or 14'  ALUMINUM CARTOPPER  T0��9h,Qu/  Callable        tr,c start  danced ,����  ask afefabout our  *uper  SUMMER PACKAGES  on other BOATS AND MOTORS  SEA SPRITE. 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HOMER  GLASS  F  \.  *"* hZ  Ui^  HEHHST EHHM5LEH LTD  DO 168 9A  NEXT TO ST. MARYS FTOSPiTOL,SECHELT  ���885-5111  rv',  tfr&a&m&>^irfr^t$tmi^  Sfwstfijm* ita!��p(<��wM"<��,!M*i'"^p,MW��'^ tajp-W  .(1���4  .... ... k 1  ���m    -������������/  )  ' .lRi<tJ%#"r  THIS BARN on Tyson Road, belonging to A.C. Clarke, burned down on  Wednesday, July 19. There is a  possibility that the fire was caused by  a cigarette. There was nothing in the  bum but hay.  Concert Friday  A newly-formed musical trip from UBC  will perform works by Mozart, Schubert,  Faure and Jacob July 28, 8 p.m., at  Elphinstone Secondary gynj. - -;-  ���TherfrKr^ilsisrs^^^  soprano; Lisa Challans, piano, and Robert  Sheffield, clarinet. It is sponsored by the  UBC music department in cooperation  with i the B.C. Youth Employment  Program.  The Friday concert sponsored by the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council, is the group's  first performance outside the Greater  Vancouver area. Admission is $2 for adults  and $1- for students.  Marine disaster  phone number  In the event of a marine disaster in  peninsula waters, call the Rescue Coordination Centre toll free at 112-732-4141  or 112-388-1543 for help.  Phil Dauphinee of the Pender Harbour  Coast Guard says people who phorie the  Coast Guard or the RCMP for emergency  assistance- could experience lang^ielays; ~  Section B  Wednesday, July  Police threat alleged  Stayed charges produce  evidence against friends  After having theft charges laid against  him stayed by .the Crown, Gordon Richard  Sopow testified in court July 12 against two  "valued friends."  -Robert-Raymond-Mutch and-Richard  Allen Delong have been charged with theft  under $200 and possession of stolen  ���property in connection_with_a_March_J8  beer stealing incident at the Beachcomber  Motor Inn.  Similar charges laid against Sopow  were stayed prior to liis testimony.  Sopow gave evidence that on the night  of March 18 he drove both Delong and  Mutch to the Beachcomber to buy beer. He  said he parked behind the motel while  Delong and Mutch entered the hotel. He  testified that both men returned with cases  of beer.  According to his testimony, Sopow  returned to the motel with both Delong and  -Mutch approximately three hours.later.  INSIDE AN  18 cu. ft.  > i ��� i ��� ��� ��� <  $329  ..��� %rTT%r  '379  smaller or largor Mzai  avallablo ��� |uit ask  flklr IwlllmJnkln.'  Still One of the Best  Buys In Town  I  SUNSHINE COAST T.V  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-9816  He parked the car at the rear entrance  where he said Delong and Mutch began  loading cases of beer into his car\_   He moved his car to the front entrance  of the motel," however, when he saw two  "unidentifiable" figures run past his car.  At this time Mutch and Delong were ih the  jnotel,__he_sai(L_Sopow said- he - waited -  around about 20 minutes when the police  arrived. He testified that he never saw  Mutch and Delong again that night.  Joyce Maykut, defence counsel for  Mutch, asked Sopow whether he was  giving evidence today on the basis that the  charges against you have been stayed?"  Sopow answered "yes" and also told the  court that he valued his friendship with  both Mutch and Delong.  Const. George Gfellner of the Gibsons!  RCMP testified that he attended a call^  from the Beachcomber Motel at7 a^-js  '���projdmately^ 2 a.m. on the morning^flff  March 19. /  Gfellner said the beverage room of the  motel had been entered and cases of beer  stolen. The constable said the side door to  the room was closed but not locked and  that there were no signs of ferced entry.  Gfellner gave evidence that he later  . investigated a car parked in front of the  motel that cpnte  cases of beer. He said he saw Sopow that  night but did not see either Delong or  Mutch. However, Delong came to the  RCMP detachment in Gibsons later that  evening and made a written statement  outlining his involvement in the incident,  according to Gfellner's testimony,  Judge J.S.P. Johnson admitted the  statement as evidence after determining  that it was made voluntarily.  Gfellner testified that Delong voluntarily came to the detachment at 9:30 p.m.  on March 19. He said he asked Delong to  ��� make a statement after warning him that  anything he said could be used as evidence  agahwtJhiM.in..fi.0urt.   r )---~r  Delong appeared "indecisive" he -sa[lid,  so Gfellner asked a senior constable; to  speak to Delong about the statement. ,,- -  s Const. Doug Crimson, Gfellner's  training officer, told the court that;ho  spoke to Delong for only a "venr short  time." *    - ���'*''. ��� ���   ���  "I told him (Delong) all I wanted was  the truth," said Grimson, "but it was vpry  Informal ��� we talked person to-person."  After their conversation Delong ma^le a  written statement, said Grimson. '  \ Delong, however,' snld he made tho  statement because ho felt Intimidated by  Grimson, who ho said had threatened to  "brutally damage" him. '!  "Ho was storming around mo making  mo scared," snld Delong. "I gave him the  statement just to got out of thoro."  ]  Delongsaid Grimson threw the Sun*-  shlno Coast phono book at him whon ho  asked the officer If ho could phono n  lawyer. "Ho said 'Phono a (obscenity)  lawyer'", said Delong. "I wns kind of  shocked the way Const. Grimson came on  to mo," '  Johnson accoptod tho officers'  testimony ns tho correct version of Uio  incident, "The statements are so Incompatible that I'd have to find ono or the  other Is lying," ho said, ,  Tho Judge snld tho pollco officers know  If thoy acted In tho way Delong liad  suggested lt would destroy Uio credibility  of his statement.      , T";.fT'~'"  "I don't bollovo him whon ho snyi the  police acted in that way," said Johnson.  The trial will continue August 23.T 7  SECOND    QHANCE:    VOYAGE   TO  PATAGONIA by Maurice and Maralyn  -Bailey, McGrtiw-HIUilyOTW\-\Wie^enffeld  & Nicloson) 1977, 305 pages, $19.95.  Britishers, Maurice and Maralyn  Bailey had not had enough when their first  sailboat, The Auralyn, sank as the result of  damage when a whale attacked them.  They lived on a raft for 117 days before  being rescue<Lby_a_Korean frfeighter.TThe  title of that adventure is 117 DAYS  ADRIFT by the same authors. If it is as  vivid as this account, it must be a superb  story. This book is a record of their second  and successful voyage. / &  Incidentally, why the whale attacked  and ripped a large gash in their hull is. nut  known. The Baileys think that it, having  been wounded by whalers, was maddened  with pain and frustration and thinking  they were also "the enemy", rammed  them. In the remainder of the book they  greeted whale sightings, of which there  were many, with some apprehension but  great joy as well.  The Baileys, who had on the first attempt tried to round Cape Horn and circle  South America, remained stricken with  the desire to accomplish this sailing feat.  -- In fact, while adrift, they ruade plans for a  further try, planning ^their needs and  dreaming about the new boat they hoped  somehow to build.  Back on land, they tried to hire the  same designer as. before, but he was  retired and unavailable,. A new designer  and builder was found but with unfortunate results as the authors relate.  Costs  rose  each  time  they  received  ^illingsrthe^ilding-causedjnuch-distres,'  on-the voyage itself and the builder continuously harrassedlhem with threats of  court action for payment even though his  produce was lacking. While under way, the  authors report leaks, faulty workmanship  and unnecessary, expensive features that  were installed and for which payment was  demanded even though, they had not asked  for them: This theme of dissatisfaction  runs through the book as one of the main  frustrations of the Baileys.  In contrast, the cfewtakeri on made a  most amicable group. June and Colin  Foskett and Tony Martin proved to-be  . excellent compartiflEs.~7arid'" workiSates  through storms and stress. The general  spirit of cooperation and good humour  runs through the book as one of its more  pleasant, features. Through becalmings,  breakdowns and economy moves, the five  game their best in labour and laughter.  June stands out as beingparticularly jolly.  Her gpod meals and ribald poems and  songs entertain the crew constantly. It is  no wonder that the natives of various  countries visited tried to engage her in  more than light conversation!   * "  Those who sail and those who motor,  will find this book fascinating reading. It is  ��� -jm  not just another ho-hum-here-we-go-again  sailing story. Close attention to nafural  features are written into the log/Excellent  maps and bearings indicate the aptitude of  the Baileys not just as sailors, but as  writers. They have included fine drawings  of unusual animals and have seen to it that  photographs are interspersed throughout  Jh^ook where they can be most enjoyed,  :not~iri once central sectionJofEf^^'ne  must flip time .after time.  For a sailing account that will inspire  other serious boaters and entertain landlubbers, SECOND CHANCE is excellent  material;  ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF B.C. HYDRO'S PROGRAM OF  HERBICIDE APPLICATION TO THEIR TRANSMISSION  RIGHTS-OF-WAY?  YES  NOD  Please mail to: Sunshine Coast Regional District,  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Name   Address    Modern, 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Good location ��� 1 block from  beach. English Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown, shopping -within 2  blocks. 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms, studios, efficiency  units and suites ��� each with private bath, color TV and phone. Dining  Room and Coffee Shop. Lounge wiSft entertainment. Sample and Meeting  Rooms. Diive-in lobby and free parking.  1755 Davie Street. Vancouver V6G 1W5. Shone: 604-682-183f collect  Teles 04-51161  .-������<������  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Ml  Telephone: 885-2261/2  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  ���n.'l,.  ��� rt'"> t��/&v<\ �����*.-.-.  j. . ..* : *.,,  "���    '-^���'���O^-V ��:���*���������/������'  To: ALL CUSTOMERS OF  THE REGIONAL DISTRICT  By Order of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Board be  advised that due to the shortage  of water during this current hot  spell all evening sprinkling  (7 p.m. to 9 p.m.) is cancelled  effective immediately.  yop tor your  this matter.  my,,,.,.  in  GORDON DIXON  Works Superintendent  t  "���Wi ' ,'#'���" ���-���   b,...���. ������  jMWMWjfWc *^��>*  :����,)��-m�� ������ "flfiiiB*    ���  v ���WiMB!^'��f-t"M��**'wtf��St (sw^Ja��lHB��i��(��it#^j��*MH��  ffc&ttVLrf CkhVHj vPa^fittUa u '���  ��l����tW����*��(��rtWb fp=Wl!isiA��Wi�������SM^  f --#TOnw*��^>*pi#��e*0f * w"*^  X  ;     h    i  \>t  p.)  -, V  *0>i  it>ii ���  ..^MUBI^ ./WftWffraW^W.* WK.VB M����1W^ro��^. **��.-? ��?irf.ttW( *W*^��Si. * .^.A.*^"*^*^ ��  ,r   l,  .1 .     rt .'���  ���.��  'X'      ;!  /  A  \      i I \  X.  /���'���  PHONE 885-3231  mwH^n,,.,  *���  PageB^  The Peninsula Times     Wed, July 26,1978  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Help Wanted  For Rent  Real Estate  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  -Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:'   ��  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions .- : $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)' 60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising  per agate line.  30c  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In'  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are,$7.00  .jup to 14 lines) and 60c per line  ane?Nihat. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates^  . Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By^Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .... $8.00 yr.  U.S.A     $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00 -  Single Copies 15c ea.  RECEPTIONIST  for Pender Harbour Health  Clinic. Duties - meeting the  public, typing, filing,  telephone, maintain records,,  general office routine. Address _ applications stating  experience & salary expected  to:  Board df Trustees,  Pender Harbour  Health Clinic  Box 308,  Madeira Park, B.C.  VON 2H0  LARGE     HOUSEKEEPING  rooms. Weekly or monthly.  Ph.* 885-3295 or 886-2542.    4153-  tfn  GARDEN BAY - % duplex for  rent - furnished,' for July-  -Sepk-304225_per month.-Light  and fueHncl. 883-9676.490o7tfiT  SMALI7  sandy  885-3636.  NEW  beach.  cottage near  $195 per mo.  4262-tf  4429-35  Personal  Work Wanted  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  " The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office.        1473-tfn  ALCOHOLICS anonymous  meetings 8:30 p.m. every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. 883-9260 or  883-9238. 4452-TFN  TALL,  SLIM,  well-groomed  gent, 35 years old, tired of  being alone; wishes com-       ���,,������  panionship-of-girl 27-33-years IREE-SERVICESim  MATURE    COMPANION  nurse-housekeeper, part or  full-time avail. Ph. 885-2627.  4428-37  WHAT DO YOU EXPECT ...  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed service?  -Fair estimates?  Then give us a call:  PEERLESS  old. Snap appreciated." Will  write replies to all letters.'  Write Box 338, Madeira Park,  B.C. 4361-36  DONATIONS TO the  Canadian Cancer Society  are gratefully acknowledged  and will be devoted solely to  cancer research. Donations  should be addressed to the  Canadian Cancer Society, c-o  Mrs. A.JT~Hatcher, Madeira-  Park. Cards are sent to the  bereaved and receipts for  Income tax purposes are sent  to the donors. 4442-35  Work Wanted  .JOURNEYMAN. Shipwright  seeks work. Exp. in all  aspects boatbuilding; house  carpentry & cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job call Allan May, 885-5765.  4578-tfn  885-2109  7584fn  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.  - Concrete- leakage���problems^ -  Seepage on high pressure  leaks.  \  Phone Wayne Clapp  ���0-^jr-free^stimates���������  SENIOR COMMUNITY  Health Nurse: Degree in  Nursing and experience in  Community Health - Nursing  preferred. Send programs and  administrative sKills to:  Athabasca Health Unit, Box  1140, Athabasca, Alberta TOG  OBO. 4402-36  HOUSEWIVES, Students.  Earn extra-money putting  out catalogues, taking orders  and delivering. Write Fuller  Brush Co., Box 108, c-o 808,207  West Hastings St., Vancouver,  -B.C. V6B 1H7, or write Mr. T.  Diamond, 585 Balmoral Road,  Kelowna, B.C. V1X1W1. 4406-  38  MECHANICAL Design  Draftsman, preferably with  Sawmill experience; Electronic; Control Technician;  "TESimatoirrexperiencedintbe"  field 'i of Machinery  Fabrication. Send resume to:  Newries Machine & Ironworks  MOBILE HOME space near  sandy beach on full lot, $75  per mo. 885-3636. 4263-tf  FURNISHED waterfront apt.  TV,   telephone,   linen  &  cleaning arrangements. 885-  2627. 4285-36  1  BDRM  HOUSE,  Roberts  Creek. Phone 885-5675. 4318-  36  LARGE 2 BDRM home on \  acre in Gibsons. Carport,  workshop, $335 per mo. Avail  Aug. 1.886-9154. 4327-35  FOUR BDRM mobile home.  Set  up   in   West   Sechelt  Trailer Park. Ref. required.  Ph.885-2600.' tfn  3 BDRM HOME, East POr-  Soise  Bay,  1 mi.  from  age.  Part,  furn.,  4 appliances, $325 per mo. Avail.  Sept. 1.253-0810 aft. 4 p.m/  ._���-___������_ -4344-36-  ��%  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  A-���-RAGING CRANE���^X  CONSTUCTION  Framing and renovations'  Free RRAP estimates.  885-5677 eves  or 885-5055 eves.  4334-tfn  NEEDING     experienced:  , bartender    for    private  functions, dances, restaurants,  etc? 885-5546 or 885-2100.  4279-  35  TEACHER availableifor any  tutoring needed, 885-5546 or  . 885-2100,          4280-35  SENIOR Bookkeeping Service  catering to "pocket-sized"  business. We handle all  aspects of bookkeeping up to  and incl, financial statements,  Prompt, efficient service.  .,3onafide..resultsr-reasr.-rates..-.  886-2402 or Box 310J.     4336-36  MIDDLE-AGED    woman  wants  domestic  work  or  other. 1-3 days per wk. 805-  3905 morn. & eves.       4417-35  T"'  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I '  '%"���  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  .j,;  i  ULTRA DECK  byTrodan  "The ultimate in fiberglass  sundecks"  886-2953  7 4487-tf  EVERGREEN  7      "LANDSCAPING 7  Complete landscaping ser-: .     , ���.    . L ^���  vicei^ege��ch^lawni^gatii^^ -District J*  Ltd., Box 8, Salmon Arm, B.C  V0E2TO. 4408-35  DISTRIBUTORSHIPS  -availabler-ior-sotid���brass  products. Sell retail or  wholesale. $500 investment  secured by inventory. Starts  -you-making-big-$$$TrFor-in���  formation phone Duncan, B.C.  748-2437 eves. . 4410-35  BABY    SITTER    wanted.  Tues.-Fri.  11:30  a.m.-6:30  p.m. 885-5302 aft. 7 p.m.   4377-  35  CLERK-TYPIST position  vacant. Must be competent  typist, experienced in use of  dictaphone. Other duties  include general clerical work  as required. 35 hour, four day  work week. Application forms  available at the Sunshine  GIBSONS 2 bdr, apt. W-w,  elec. heat, fridge, stove. 926-  6609. 4337-36.  2 BDRM waterfront suite at'  Seven Island. Avail. Aug. 1.  -885-3910--���------4379-37  AVAILABLE NOW  Three bedroom, new,  -Village^  3.37 ACRES with 1,484 square  foot home. Full basement.  Artesian well, greenhouse,  root cellar. Paved road on  three sides, $65,000. Fringe  area of Quesnel. Owner B.  Schemenauer, Box 27, RR 4,  JJuesnel, B.C.7V2J 3H8. Phone  992-2606. ~    7   4395-35  5 BDRM 3 year old modern  basement home. 160 acres  ten miles from town. 80 acres  cleared; year round creek.  30 x 40 workshop. Will sell at  appraised value. B. Berge, 163  Barlow, Quesnel, B.C. 992-5335  or 247-5576. 4367-35  FOR SALE -1,272 square, foot  modern home, 25 -acres,  barn, pasture, fenced. George  Lawlor, RR3 Ralstin Site,  Quesnel, B.C. V2J3H7. 4398-35 .  LOT FOR sale. Good location  in Sechelt. 885-2592.   4422-35  2 BDRM HOUSE on-fully paid  lease land, 50' from water.  .885-2868. 4436-36  Business Opportunity  GOOD FINANCIAL returns!  Canadian marketing firm  needs local agents for Stereo,.  Cassettes, Brassware, Tools,  Garbage Bags, Cosmetics.  Full or part time, no. experience or store needed.  OTRON Sales, 8155 43rd St.,  -Edmonton, Alta; T6B2M3.  4354-37  OWN YOUR own  business.  Work  any   hours.   Good  potential income. For further  info, 886-7039.     . 4273-35  UNIQUE1 fast food outlet on  Salt      Spring      Island,  marketing  quality  product.  Salt   Spring   Lands   Ltd.,  Cars and Trucks  '73 OLDS DELTA Royale.  AM-FM radio, elec. w&t, air  cond., clean, $2,150. '72 Chev 1  ton flatdeck. Baby duals, 350,  AT radio $1,350.886-2663. 4333--  .36  '67   DART   GT  Slant 6. Good  885-5534.  convertible.  cond, $1200.  4334-^6  ;'69 FORD Pickup. % ton. F  250. New rubber, 6 cyl., std.,  '$1,000,885-9804. .    36  75 FORD Elite 30,000 mi. new  tires, sunroof firm $5,000.  883-2734. 4375-37  1970IMPALA Ph. 883-9004.  4378-37  -66 ISUZU BELLET 4 dr. sed.  nr new tires, briakes, comp.  new muffler system. $395 obo  883-9959. 4385-35  74 FORD; 3/4 ton truck. 25^00  e   mi. factory canopy. $3,700.  886-7880. 4389-35.  WANT POWER? 71 Dart. V8  auto, PS,  trailer hitch,  54,000 mi. $1795.886-7642. 4411-  35    ,  72 CORTINA 4 dr., 4 spd. 2,000,  radials, runs well, needs tic.  Only $500 obo. 885-9374. 4424-37  75 FORD F250 4 sp. PS.PB.  27,500 ml. c-w 32" Winnebago canopy, 2 mtd. Std.  snow tires and camper tie  downs. Exc. shape. 885-9440.  4430-35  68 FORD pick up. % ton. V-8 4  spd. Headers. $800.883-2414.  7- ..A: ..-.-- -    4440-37  67 CHEVY TRUCK 292 with  positraction. with or without  camper. 886-2463. 4444-37  $325���GarigeS7-BTGr-Phone-537��-5&15T  WATERFRONT  A-frame.  1  bedroom & loft. ^  Fireplace ..;7$235  deir^care. Don't do it twice  Call us first. v  Free Estimates  885-5033  4986-tfn  COMMUNICATIONS Tech. 10  yrs, exper. Install &  maintain ^HF, 7-UHF,  Microwave, telephone &  teletype. References. C, Hall,  .885-5377 aft. 5 p.m.        4341-36  fices,  B.C.  iarf Road,  Sechelt,  4390-35  POSITION AVAlLvH immediately. Bartender-  manager for small vipub.  Wayne Hall: 883-2674; 885-  ,9052,936-1322. 4391-37  Details; Ivan Mouat 653-4463  (residence) or Bob Tara 653-  4435   (residence).   4394-35  SMALL MOBILE home  . transporting business for  sale. Good potential for right  couple. Offers, trades. Phone  . Quesnel, BIC. 995-9521. 4396-35  BUSINESS auto wrecking,  towing; property, dwelling,  cafe. Best location. Dwelling  and Fish and Chips franchise.  T-~~~���������:" '���    ���-" "     Cariboo town. All buisiness  RENT Ta own. Lg 3 br Vz  showing profit. Williams Lake  ..Rath.., Unfurn. Jiouse in ,Realty.Phone392-4117.4400-35  -Sfrphfilt nnlgr lntr Rpprrnnm~    ~'-    workshop, rental unit on grrid.  fir. $460-mo. less unit rental.  885-2451. 4413-35  Selma Park newly remodelled  two bedroom, non-basement.  View ;; $200  GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  885-2013  885^9365  4414-35  Help Wanted  KULL'W parttime aggressive  mature adult .commission  .salesperson for Sunshine,  Coast and-Or Powell River  area. Seniors accepted; scud  your written resume to Box  (i083, P.R. News. 6083-35  -HOME~���ARE- GoVrdinatorr  Nursing degree or RNwith  CHN  AdminijSJtrative  skills;  Home    Carti    experience  Ereferred. Athabasic Health  fnit, Box 1140, Athabasca,  Alberta TOG 0B0. 4403-36  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your nil In tha iquarai, Do turn lo lonvo a hlnnK iporr .iltitr each  word,  Three l|nn�� l�� S2.1 fl, Each additional lino It 60c. ���  Tnkit advantage ol our tpaclal invlnflt.  < Run your art tvyle* ���- -��� th* third tlm* It CREE,  ��� 11 you pay far your nd lh�� Saturday li��|or�� publication you gal a  tll.cniint. -JSclor I Intartlon��� SOclor 3. ..,.,,.  '        i  Moll ut your ad, or drop It old  In S*cli*ll at th* P*nlmuta Tlm*t Olflca  ,.   ..  ,...  In Olbinnt at th* Arbutut Jr..  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C,  VON 3A0  CLASSIFICATION  .....     ...,  CLERK is required by the  B.Cv Assessment Authority  for its Sunshine Coast Area  Assessment Office located in  Sechelt.   Duties   include:  processes   sales   analysis  record forms in conjunction  with Date Centre;  operates  sycor date input  device;  adjudicates on tnecvalidity Of  documents following well  definied   procedures   and  regulations; assists appraisal  staff  with preparation  and  organisation of field work;  checks completed field cards  -for "essential" dataj-proces^es"'  - building permits; maintains a  filing system: processes title  changes ana subdivisions;  handles telephone and counter  enquiries; performs other  related duties as assigned.  Applicants will possess Grade  12 education and a minimum ,  of three years related clerical "  experience; good knowledge  of modern office practices and  procedures; ability to type  with reasonable speed and  accuracy; experience In use  of modern office equipment, A  lesser qualified applicant may  be appointed at a lowor level  with   corresponding   salary.  Monthly Salary: $1,001,00 -  $1,100.15 (1977 Rate). Competition   No.   78-fiO.   Closing  Dnto:   August 4,  1070.  Application forms mny bo obtained  from- "the  various"  assessment offices located  throughout the   province.  Ploaso   direct   completed  applications    forms    to:  Director -  Personnel,  B.C.  Assessment Authority,  1537  Hillside Avenue, VICTORIA,  H.C.VQT4Y2, 4410-35  SUNSHINE   COAST   Community  Resource   Society  requires a co-ordlnator for  Community Services Center.  The successful applicant will  bo responsible for running n  volunteer  bureau,   carrying  out some offlco functions of  the Socloty and serving as n  liaison stuff person between  services  .  Organizational  skills, ability to work well with  60�� 'I   people, and some experience  T~irr  I  *2  13  I  I  I  I  I  I  60'  Noma  foitnlCoda  . I .^....Mdftn  I  "1  I  I  .1.  I  L  ��� |{sW. $&.~v.AjXiK. ii- w  (.v.Kir^.'^wQ^wlftW.^.^'^'"^ ���  -imt���i^rrofflceTomineTmvroqiilrcdT  J���,   I   Applications,    Including  *   resume and references, to Box  1069, Sochelt, by July 28,1078.  For further Information, call  0054(121. .        4441-35  rpr^fYY-Trt^'rr'i  mpm?rmt��11f*r*vTta  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  mmwf9%wmmrm<m'm  ('ommunlty Hnll.  (Contact  lkinnlq''Wlriard ut ��05-040:i.   ���,..;,..;". .....;....,. :>09Hfti  Ui*Tlm��i Adbrlclil  Mobile Homes  2BDRM large mobile home.  Furn; P;H. area. Refs. req.  $200 mo. 883-2274. 4418-35  NEW 3BR. hpuse.  Wilson  Creek   area.   Fridge   and  stove. $300 mo. 805-3773.   4425-  '37   ��� yr' ,-���,   "���:*��� ���'.'  EXEC  STYLE   view  home  Davis Bay, 3 br. full bsmt.  fridge and stove dishwasher  incl. $400 mo. 805-3773. 4429-3?-/'  Real Estate  FOR SALE in Wilson Creek  area. New 3 bdrm 1,100 sq.  ft, house with full bsmt,  double plumbing, standing  fircplacer ~sundeck7~carpoTt7  beautiful view. Asking $53,500.  By owner. Ph 805-3773.4886-tfn  VIEW; P. BAY, Sechelt In.  Sunshine Hghts. Lot 22, R-l,  S. Village Services, ap. 1700  ,sq. <ft., bluff wf, undergrnd  wires, marina, Spellmann,  1045 Ala Wai, Honolulu, 96015,  $22,000. 4995-40  . MOBILE HOME space, near  Sandy Beach on full lot. $75  permo. 805-3636. 4264-tf  '69 SHULT mobile home.  12x60.    Fridge,    stove,  carpet, drapes. Irt local park.  885-5030, $9,000. 4373-37  12 x 64 STATESMAN. 2 bdrm,  fully furn.. including w&d,  w-w carpet, drapes, set up and  fully skirted, 7 x 24 sundeck.  $12,500 or offers. Phone  anytime 885-5495. 4445-37  Campers and Trailers  CAMPERS  VACATIONS THE  ������.u.UNHASSLED_WA.YIL.���.  Boats and Engines  26 FT. REINELL sailboat. 3  sails,    trailer,.    15    hp  Evinrude. $9,900! 086-9904.  4967-tfn  16% FT. ply boat, 6 ft. beam  cabin, 5 hp Wise, engine,  runs well. $300 obo. 003-2620  late eves. 4365-36  32     FT      FLOATHOUSE,  bargain at $1650,  needs  minor repairs. 733-4665.   4267-  35  17' SAILBOAT," sleeps 2. 605-  3514. 4209-35  11' ALUM boat. oarsrmooring-  buoy,   old   outbd.   mtr.;  bicycle. 006-7534. 4393-37  Livestock  CERTIFIED-Farrier; Hans  Berger is coming to Coasj;.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 090-  3751. ��� 994-tfn  Wanted to Buy  (WANTED - BEAR CLAWS).  Will pay cash for bear claws  and badger claws. For further  information write F. Tidd,  Box 351, Sicamous, B.C. VOE  2V0. L    4349-43  WANTED- Sawmill Planer.  State make, size, price and  condition. Eggers Sawmill,  Box^-943, Fort Nelson, B.C.  V0C1R0. 4350-35  For Sale  LOOKING for a Rock & Roll  Band? Horizon is available,  best price on the Coast. 005-  2015. 4501-tf.  CHILDRENS, maternity and.  ladies clothing, good  quality. 'New & nearly new".  Encore Boutique, 2445 Marine  Dr., W. Vancouver, 922-2020.  Tiies-Sat. 10-5, closed Mon.  4141-tf  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics. 4055-tfn  SEALY   REDI-BED   sofa;  chain saw;  C02 -fire extinguisher, misc. items. 005-  3505.    v 4343-36  LENNOX Electric  furnace.  As new. Cable & pipes incl.  806-9275 Sat & Sun.       4326-36  PEACH TREE  - Fashion  Jewelry. Cosmetics &.skin  care products. Sechelt. 005-  3013. 4367-36  2 FT  x   12  ft  styrofoam-  filled   aluminum  floats.  Idealfor making wharfs. $175  ea. 005-5690, 4321-36  SEWING MACHINE'repairs.  Unconditional guarantee on  all work. Parts for all makes.  Ph. Steve, 005-2691.     4779-tfn  3 UNIQUE    quality    old  Srofessiohal full-size slate  iard tables from old pool  hall in Gibsons. 1 with carved  legs, $2250; 2 with straight  legs, $2250 ea. 006-2207 or 886-  7995. 4268-35  CONSOLE sewing machine,  $50, 3.5 HP Eska outbd mtr,  as new, $260.886-7039.   4274-35  MAN'S RECLINER chair,  For Sale  HEATILATOR steel FP  complete ,with 13 ft.  stainless stl. chimney Vz new  price. $495 firm. 003-9959. 4384-  35    "  DELUXE fibreform canopy  for pickup. 32". Full rear  doors. $595 firm. 803-9959.  v 4386-35  J974 MOFFAT Dishwasher.  Excellent cond. Pis phone  005-3076 aft. 5 p.m.        4387-36  5 TON MARPOLE  Bulldog  winch on skid. 200 ft. cable &  hook. $350.886-2427.      4388-35  3-WAY-Frigiking  4  cu.  ft.  refrigerator. 12 volt -110 or  propane. Used 1 yr. $250. 885-  9312.-- ��� 4419-37  HIGHCHAIR & small crib, $10  each. 885-3773. 4427-35  12" TABLE saw, 240 V Sears  Craftsman, $400; 18"  fiberglass & plywood cabin  boat, 4 eye. Chrysler, needs  refitting, $300; port.�����lec_^  cement mixer, $175; piano  bench, $50; unused 2-burner  alcohol boat stove, $15;  unused stls. steel boat sink &  pump, $30.885-9643.      4438-37  Legal Notices  ANYONE having claims  against the Estate of Olive  May Porte of Sechelt, who  died February 13,1978, should  contact the undersigned on or  before the 12th day of August,  1978.'  '  ROBERT J.E.HALEY  Barrister & Solicitor  1207 Wharf Rd., Box 1250  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  4315-spt pub. July 12,19,26  1978  ������ BvG^HYDRO AND-  POWER AUTHORITY  For Sale By Tender  "As Is-Where Is"  Ref.Q776    '  93 ea. Western Red Cedar  Untreated, Unffamed Poles  Class 3. Various lengths.  To inspect & obtain Tender  Forms, please contact Mr. A.  Polok or Mr. D. Robilliard at  the B.C. Hydro District Office,  Wharf St8, Sechelt, B.C.  Tenders due in the office of the  Disposal Agent, 3855 Kit-  top shape, has heater & '^^^^JSgfe^  vibTatofT!&apr$75rB85=3620-i7���V5Cr3I��jri2:003oon on  4392-35   Friday, August 18, 1978.         -... :     ���������"-���    " ��� :    -. 4432-35  JEEP PARTS new anduSfid___  "tor'alTJeeps 1942 to 1978.  Huge stock. Low prices!  Gemini Sales, 4736 Edst  Hastings St., Burnaby, B.C.  V5C 2K7. Phone 294-2623. 4399-  35  FOR SALE by owner,  executive homo, 100'  waterfront. Private rd to  beach, % aero land. 3 bdrms,  lvg.dng, kit, bath, fp, sundock  on main floor. Same lower  floor plus carport for 2 cars &  cement driveway. Fruit trees.  00(1-2734. 42(15-35 ���  MUST SELL immed: new  house on lge viow lot. Incl  IWiiiV OxtiWC ��� Wakefield, Rd,  W. Secholt. Call owner/085-  ���U377r * "   ' ��� 4275-33  ,<,  9,5 ACRES w-new 3 bdrm  ranch style home. 005-9795,  4314-35  GIBSONS lots for salo: Ixit 4 -  Flrcrost Place, Partially  cleared, $9,500. Lot 11 -  Glnssfor Rd. Vlll. Sower &  wnter. Culvert, driveway &  houso site In placo, scml-  landflcapcd. yr. round creek,  mlnl-wntorfnlls, etc. Asking  $14,500,000-2063. 4330-30  CHASTER RD Lot 07 x 123'  partly cleared, ready for  building, close to school.  $10,000,000-9904. tfn  FULLY EQUIPPED  , FULLY INSURED  VANCOUVER RATES    '  RESERVE EARLY  885-2600  ANYTIME  4629-tfn  1974 OKANAGAN camper.  Fits small truck. Propane  stve., sink, Icebox, sips 4. 306-  23.-)0. 4323-36   . j   66 SCAMPER trl. 13 ft. 3-way  with Ice box. Sips. 4. FP  $1,100 obo. 005-2440.      4329-36  8x0' ROLLING coach cab  over camper. 3 burner stv,  Icebox,- furnace. Sips 4, $1,500:  005-2591. ,4376-35  TRI-STAR camper for Import,  p.u.   Furnace,   stovo   &  icebox.005-0452. -   -��.4421-3&^  CAPILANO Camper. BV wlUi,  3Mj* overhand. Stv.. sink,  icebox, toilet, extras. 005-3457.   l 4431-35  Cars and Trucks^  FOR    SALE,    2    yr.    old  registered'-Angus Heifer.  Leave message at 885-2046.  4999-34  BELGIAN work horses. One  12-year grade mare with  six-week colt from registered  stud. Two gentled .yearling  fillies. Contact Wood Far-  .mers,-Box - 03r WinlawrB-Cr  V0G 2J0. Phone 226-7208. 4401-  35  Motorcycles  1975 750-4 HONDA roll bar,  windshield,     saddlebag,  Immac.  shape,  3:300  mi.  $1,900.885-5406. 4380-37  Lost  LOST    RING    of    keys.  Elphinstone    School  playground; area.  Friday.  Phone 085-3231. 4439-37  YOUNG GIRL'S gold saphlre  ring. J;  ferry. Re  35  July 10,  ^ard. 885-S  Langdalo  9216.  4383-  Fouhd  GRAY  TABBY,   Verynf-  ' fectiohnto,  About July 5,  Codnr   Grovo-Boach   Ave.  Vicinity. 805-9451. 4320-34  Pets  ���71 CAPRI 1600  offer. 000-9973.  spd, best  , ,4200-35  ���72 FORI) Meteor, gd running  cond, gd tires, must noil,  $100.0(15-9704.   , 4201-35  PRATT ROAD, largo lot,  70* x 125'.cleared  and  In  fruit trees, $12,600.800-2155.  4304-tfn  ,..-..   _..  ..-a, ..,,,...., ���f),n���i-n-ia.._^ia ,.i i ir    ���-���        i    i ii,-niiiir iii   n    ji  . 4 ROOM HOUSE on view lot,  Fruit trees,  $31,500. N.  7757.  , 4332-36  , TUWANEK. IM'bVCTlooklntt   iMnbd iloy* Serviced., with  wnter & power. By owner. 112��  226-5M0.    >      ,.,.,    4301-tfn  ���73 <Mi TON Ford Kconollnc  Vun, V0 std, 31,(M)0 ml, HI)  Husp; bucket soaUs, III) heater,  radio, ps, pb, sliding door w-  wdws, rr vent wdwn, shelving  etc for U'adoHinan. $3000, 0(13-,  1)913.  427IW5  '73 DATSUN  pick-up.  Now  paint, $1,075.005-2030.   4326-  30  7T 4"doocmtcc:jaoodmcondir  snow tires, other extras. 003-  mo. , 432W5  MALE IRISH Setter. 16 mo.  old. Registered. Champion  sired. Obed. train. $300. Ph,  884-&301. 4423-39  Wanted to Buy  p���,.*.,���mmm,,w mmtmmmm. mm.imm.mm ���..-������ ������. ~,.. mmm -. ��� ���..���..^  SMALL USED tricycle. Small  used girl's bike. Rous. cond.  003-91037 4420-35  U*��Tlm��t AdbrMil  DOORS!     B.C.'s Lowest  Prices! Pre-hung Interior  $14.90; pre-hung Exterior $32;  fancy doors $39. Huge stock!  Walker's. Phone 266-7211,1355  S.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver V6P5Z9. 4405-35  FOUR 9 FOOT Enterprise  equipment Grocery checkouts complete with 42 inch  circular drums, cigarette  display and end dumps. Good  condition. Asking price $1,200  W<m:PhoheT6047"567^25i; ~r~  4404-35  REJECT DOORS. Damaged  and odd-ball Interior doors -  $2 each in bundles of 25, tax  included. While they last!  Walker's Doors, 1355 S.W.  Marine Drive. Phone 266-7211.  4407-35  COUNTRY CHURCH  professionally renovated for  3 bdrm home:, lMs baths,  75 x 150 lot, stained glass  windows, skylights, tully  insulated, organic garden,  qulot farming community.)  $47,000. Offers. Phone 794-  7339. - 4409-35  OIL RANGE with heating coll,  hot water tank, oil cur-  clrculatlng heater, oil drums  & stand,, kitchen, sink &  cabinets, TV antenna, war-,  drobo, storage cabinet. 885-  33Q9 eves. 4374-37  FOUR  HOUSE  yard   sale.  Oshea Rd., Gibsons. July  29 & 30.10 a.m. -0 p.m. 4382-35  0 YR. OLD Viking washer &  dryer, $200 obo. 805-2451.  4412-35  YEAR  END  CLEARANCE  MTD TILL-IT  TILLER  ,'199����  OO  $229.00  T0R0 4hp  TILLER;  $399.95  GE ELECTRIC  MOWER  $����99  $95.95        OU  TOR0 21"  POWER DRIVE  $359.95$31900  TORO 19"  WHIRLWIND  -ai  '74,MONTEGO SW, ps, pb,  : 39ir DWwgrcen.-Ex&r'Oondr".-  ' Mu8t'30ll| $2,60t). 005-3405.    30  Woodburn Stovot  .,.,:....;,.;.., *;fM*l.Mdir::.:���~  Wood ��tovo�� by Flihor,  Lakowootl, Sado'ra Val|��y,  Comlorl - and Flndlay,  Distributor* In Woitorn  Conodn ol llm Korr Scot��man  bollor, Dooior* * Inquli lo�� * In-  Vltod. 1]|fchBrn Nsmttn��rantl  Show ^|oro Clooronco,  Wood/oljr)urnofo��.. Insulated  ^;^^t*t-,^.,..-.,.;,7.;'.Vp��i��i.l4|w^  no p.u av��.,  North   Vantouv��r   Mf^��*L  ai'iiiiMimimii  DRESS  MAKING  -=::by::::::::-:.  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  ML  after 5:00 p.m.  ��i��wHmn>iM|.  $249.95  $01000  4U J.*/  19" SHEFFIELD  $1AQ00  $138.00  19   GAS MOWER  $149.95  119  00  TORO 21"  POWER DRIVE  r��Or m.   mm    mm   -ftft  $429.95  J89*  TORO 18"  PEAR BAGGER  *269����  $299.95  GIBSONS  SUPPLIES  886-8141  ^f**"ft*����f.-| -n."  i !  ,^:r  tm  \ , y  * ��) ����**�� ��w it m feitiwWift WtkMtNfuWr ��  .a*W*S> ������ "tm Hi    (Wlft K  t,  A  y  ' J  . \ V     f  y s  .-l.L_r_....^.  \ .        '  Wednesday, July 26,1978  Realistic insurance coverage  Has your insurance  protection kept pace with the  value of the home you are  insuring? ~  Increased values of real.  -propertyJn-r-eGentTyears-may-  have left your insurance  coverage quite inadequate to  fulfill the purpose of the  protection. When did you last  check to make certain that if  you experienced a fire your  insurance would cover the  building and contents? Or  have you acquired new furniture or expensive appliances that were not covered  by insurance already existing  on your home?  Periodically check to make  member of the Real Estate-  Board can provide you with a  handy   HOUSEHOLD   INVENTORY   and 'Personal"'  Record pamphlet designed to  keep all important household  information at the ready, or"  ypn can get your copy at the  Bpard offices for fifty cents  plus tax. 7  Nei^bourhoqd infill housing  ^sureTTfhat youi;~fhsuralqM^  protection is ; keeping pace  with rising costs and  -acqusitionsr-and^keep-^h-in--  , ventory of the prices paid lojt  new equipment, or current  values of treasured antiques.  Your      neighbourhood  a  philosophy  The world HABITAT  conference in Vancouver last  year proved philosophies and  priorities long accepted by  developed v countries are not  shared by tho majority of  nations.  private and public  philosophies are Changing. A  switch from private to public'  ownership of land cannot  happen overnight, but with  astronomical  population  .growth and ..in.cFonsed .social  pressures on all levels of  government, the concept of  7 free enterprise and private  land ownership: will be  challenged more and more  strongly during   the   next  ���decade,  It is up to responsible  citizens and responsible  businessmen lo equip  themselves with 7 logical  arguments and alternatives to  tho .growing deniands of  socially conscious communities. I'lilting our heads in  llio sand will not make the  pressures lllsappemv  What can .stay the Udo is  for exponents of our historical  "philosophy to develop alternatives that satiHfy the social  needs and protect the private  projH'rty of the entire community.  \ Accepting the idea that an  established low .density  residential neighbourhood is  the most desirable, the. Real  Estate Board commissioned a  report on ways of-jjroviding  new housing within those  neighbourhoods. -  7 MoSt suburban residential  neighbourhoods contain land  that is vacant or ua-  Jerutilized,__and  the   Board  Infill ��� A Housing Opportunity ��� is available at all  public libraries for those who  are interested in. this innovation opportunity to solve  the family accommodation  problem. ������"'.'.  shows that encouraging city"  arid municipal governments to  allow innovative use of such  parcels of larid~can~ac-  commodate more families at  reasonable cost.  ��� Tb,.allow this to happen,  neighbourhood residents  themselves must accept the  infill theory ^ and further,  governments must be willing  to adjust and upgrade outdated zoning by-laws.  The demand for good  family housing, that is  reasonably priced exists, and  the infill theory can provide it.  The report Successful  Examples Of Neighbourhood  Pitch-ln  And fmile  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendate' mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3db acre lot. $28,500.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� furnished 2  BR  jnobHeJiorne, 12 x 60', on lorqe.JeveL  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY - 3 BR  view home, full basement, built 1975,  closo to marina. $88,000.  landscaped lot. $28,500.  SILVER SANDS ��� 1.8�� ��� acres, Gulf  yiew, 10 x 50' furnished mobile home,'  small cabin. Close to beach. $45,000.  SILVER. SANDS ��� 1.6�� acres, Gulf  viev/, furnished 12 x 60 mobile home.  Adjoins, above, property. $45,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA���-secluded 1596  sq ft 5 BR home^ with 3 bathrooms,  partially finished rec room, hot water  heating. 5 appliances. Built 1976,  $84,000.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� cozy 2 BR  panabode, fireplace, full basement. On  large level lot. $36,000.  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on  5+ acres. Fruit trees, garden. View  over lake. $77,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4  101. $37,500.  ��� 2 BR home,  acre lot on Hwy  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR^home on 2  levels. Electricheat. Landscaped. Close  to stores & marinas. $50,000.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES |  ACREAGE  serviced lots.  ��� view lots,  1. IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2.87 acro view  lot, level, $35,Q0O.  2. NEAR RUBY LAKE ��� 7�� acres or,  Hwy 101. $25,000.  3. MIDDLEPOINT ��� 18.9 acres, 2 BR  cottago, creek. $40,000,  Ttr KLEINDALE���Sjbacros on Hwy'jOlr-  $21,000,  .5, NEAR MADEIRA PARK   15 acres,  2150 t ft. on Hwy. 101, $44,000.  6, KLEINDALE ��� '23,7 acros, some  merchantable timber, Lots of troos for  building a log houso, $50,000,  7. FRANCIS PENINSULA ������ l,0�� acros,  cornor ol Warnock 8 Francis Ponlnsula  Roads, $17,500,  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $8.000-$2210p.0....7���._.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA  $9,000-$24,000.  3. GARDEN BAY AREA  $12,900-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ��� vlow lot on Porpoise Drive, .$1^00.  , 5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES��� Sinclair  Bay Road, Serviced lots, most with  vlow, throe with lakefront. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  6, LANGDALE CHINES ��� Lot 35, Grady  Rd. Treed. $13,500. ,  7. BARGAIN   HARBOUR  ���   1.5  acres,  trood, serviced, $25,000^.....    fl'.". DAVIS BAY ��� Treed view lot on  Groor Road.,$16,500.  9. SELMA PARK - .Jot with boautlful  vlow, closo to boach. $26,000,  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 9 nlco  building lots at cornor of Cochrane ahd  Camoron Roacis. $(' 1,000-$ 13,000,  11. FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD ���  sorvlcod lot, prlcod for quick-salo.  $8,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ���' 1,300+ ft  lakefront, 24+ acres, 4 BR furnished  panabode, float. $105,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� '5�� treed acres close to  public lake access. $19,800,  -~   CARTERS LANDING ��� Sakinaw Lake ���  24.8 �� acres, 1350 �� ft, lakefront, road  access, house, creek. $135,000,  RUBY LAKE ~ 95�� acres excellent,  land with 400�� ft lakefront and  2600�� ft on lagoon. $100,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 16 acres, 750+ ft  lakefront, Water access, $36,000.-  D,L, 3258 ��� between Saklnqw & Ruby  Lakes. 1500 1 ft, on Sakinaw Lake,  crook. Hallowell Rd, ends at proporty.  ,iJl5,00Qy-~---  ���-..:..    SAKINAW LAKE - 2.9 acros, 12B+'  lakofront. $25,000.'  SAKINAW LAKE - 4 acres, 264J; ft. nice  lakefront,   3  BR  cottage  with   Inside  plumbing. Wharf. $32,000,  NORTH LAKE ��� 2  BR home,   needs  some finishing, lake view, road access,  Prov. lease lot. $21,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 400��. ft lakofrontago,  5-�� treed acres, road access, $49/500, ,  -SAklNpAW-tArrneas^'loT'witiTInian   cottage,and float, $15,000,  WATERFRONT HOMES  ���N,  fr:'  >l'.',,,'  ATTENTION!  Rotlro on the boautlful  coaM of Pondor Harbour. W�� have 6 Mob|lo  Home Sitqt loft.  Slh9UWId#*    V^  or Double Wldo*  Located ot Cordon Bay  ),00%BQnKTprmsOPFC  m. s,      . .     ��� *   .        1 t     I,.        -       , ��,  LANCER HOMES  :,'}.:'. ���..>.coll collect X , ',.?;....  Ed-Jack/S^l^OS :r'  Pender Harbour Realty Ltd  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  SECRET COVE AREA ���   10.6 acros with 400' boach,  wotor ft, pnwoi avallablo, road In. F.P. $125,000,  RUBY LAKE  $13,000,   ���  Walorfcont lot, qulot location F,P.  WATERFRONT LOT ~   Doop and protoclod moorago  In  Egmont. Ha* trailer  pad,  toptlct,  wator  and  powor,,,  $35,000, ;  ONE ACRE LOTS - On Francis Ponlnsula, Privacy  plus valuo In this most dotlrablo aroa, Jutt 2 loft to don't  delay , , , $15,000 each.  -StfAWfii-Y Boautlful watorfront lot  nlAWMl/Atklng $48,500,'  GARDEN BAY El  with rnmp ond Hon  ���'-V��� :���'��� <-'  " ,  GARDEN BAY --~ Ono bodroorh houto on a lorflfc    '  vlpw lot cloto to Gov't wharf. A Qopr| tfwy*o�� $30,000,  20 ACRES .7,Mottly Iqvel land on Hlghwh/ -101 ���"���;  ���aerost from SunsotCav#. ,Ho<jiih oc^oii, n.lcoly troed. drlvovyoy  3n.;:.!1<?.ri....'��. .a.Rn��..!nyV��fm��ifl.���qt..$l4iS00, w;;,.l. .������,���.. ���..: ,.  ;l7 ACRES ��� on Highboy 101 ctot* to MoWra tat*,  Partly cleared tand on a wetterty tipped Aiklno $35,000,,.  . FRANCE HNINStlLA-  uiriE^WiilMi^-JJl-^  <>IIUl��ft-J*l with 73' Jco^oqii.orLMtWJnlCt&h'RooM ^^iX.500^,  PHONE 883:27974  f .-   If.. ���<��������������1.| ���'  'I ' ���   if  t- x'x  ��:i;v7/;�� '"'jdck'H'c'RMOfii'  ,7'.t'^    ,','������>   883':274Ji  "l.1 im,)ri .":r" ' ;VJ;  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  GERRANS BAY  1, 100i; fl W/F, drlvoway In, sorvlcod,  $20,000,  2, 70 fl W/F lot, soptlc tank & drain  Hold In 8, approvod, drlvoway In, .bldg  tlto In, toutnorly oxposuro, $39,500,  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1, 132 ft W/F In Pondor Harbour, 1,0  acrot, doop moorngo, $50,000,  2, 03 ll W/F ad|olnlng abovo 1.22-i  acro*, $36,500,        ^  3, 70' bluff wntorfront, vlow ovor  barrjaln harbour, $21,500,  ST, VINCENT BAY  I, 5,40 acrot, 373�� ft, Wotorlronl *  ���malfc creoki $39,000.  ACREAGE  NELSON ISLAND ��� 40 acrot, 1500' on  Wostmoro Bay, 22 5 �� on Wost Lako. 3  BR homo, 2 cottages, road to lako,  lloats, WPlor. -OCCOSS. $160,000   EARLS COVE -   5,57 ncros, 450��  fl  tlioltorod, watorfront ad|olnlng forry-  terminal, $125,000,  WESTMGRE BAY - 1,400* ft  watorlront on 4,0 trood acrot, Nlco  boach and rocky point, Wator accost  only, $47,500,  11,6 ACRE ISLAND 3 BR furnlthod  panabodo, float, Wator & hydro,  $165,000,  GERRANS BAY -~ 200 �� ft,' W/F, 2.4  acres, 2 BR homo with flroplaco, 2 BR  cottago, dock 8, float. $150,000,  >i'iM  iiU��  '���XA;-x:Mx.s-k,,:  FRANCIS PENINSULA- 2 BR homo, full  basomont, 6 appliances, flroplaco, 133'  watorfront, ramp afloat. $01,000,  IM'^fkw^  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� largo 3 BR|  ftrshltftct doalonod homo on, 130 ft,  watorfront,lot, $95,000,  tfm  ���<m>mum.,.  &X   ��;  ���  HOSPITAL BAY ��� 2 BR homo on "90^;  boach lot, $60,000   EGMONT ��� 4 DR homo, partial'  basomont, ' tundock, on 3.3 acrot,  270+ ft.choice watorfront, $93,000.  I  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  ta  Ufc7,;K  '������,���>'.. l!-5t'�� ��t..'!li  Sfesw��'.-  l" '     ���   .      ��� '������ <'-,.{-'f\  i   '-.������l#mlJmama4  I  MADEIRA PARK' __ vacant ttoro bldQ,  afffnTnlng TivTrin 'qiinrtore. Ono nrro  yrtih 104'frontogoonModolrofork Rd,  Znn��TRObT(ofio"        ' Y  RbflERtS CREEK - 1.35�� acroliW  ��om-��r lot wMh old houto ond uarcrgo,  ZpwL&Ji Jvl'flMo for   Immodfolo.. .  -developpiont~orrtorltol(7lno'''properlV.  $60,000,   ���    ,(���      i  HASSANS STORE ��� Franclt Ponlntula,  -������Oenerof-ttorer3'"IWKr��tdenc��rTenTot'"  Ji<>uw,��.%9.ll^.-1.a.?fr ocrft.i wltl> lrtn'*' llm  lin^P��feHTtleep Watorfront, $105,000  plui ca��h for stock.  lasrsr^tnsxrsanarta  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  .-cri-3-lp.^:t^a^~-^;-ls^-^aB,t;;p.-i.-ri,-|r,tsrj[w  wvnaiiOTfwtiiiipffiwfflftfffP''  ''itpmim..:'  .<���". ...:,..u...  OLLI or  SLADEY, 883-2233  .*'  ���A  ^  i     *  - VA"-  .  UV*W��^^��,WW^.J|WW��*<^"*^.^w"-P* WW ��   ��<*!������  (    ^^,1    ~   .      V^. .,  >  I '  M  '��  i  ������ww-m^-  '*''������ 'v-''-... *Vv.  W*    *���������    A''   '  "i>,  I  -I   -'I   �����  '       I '. '  ���"' fA \   -|. -".'  7". '"I.-* ir ���'*-.-,,(..  ��..<-..(.. ,..��� *..,...n  '~\ ;"  :..!.,_ 4m.u.,... *  PageB-4  the Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July. 26,1978  Belonging to a community  All  too  oft&TL,ufippie^jn;  ^f^r their'- uitwests vested  entirely in the profit motive  .with no confederation for  community, e'lvironmental or  'academic cor.corns.-  The practitioners, of real  estate ��� a'.or.j: with many  businessmen, in many enterprises   -   liave been, ac-  -cused of this myopic view..Yet,  - v\y "colleagues in thaTBusu-s^  are proud to be members of  this community ��� home  owners, tax payers* proud  parents whose .children attend  the schools and universities  ���and whose grandchildren will  inherit the community we  leave behind.  Certainly  everyone must  REALTY  1731 Marine Dr., West Vancouver  SAKINAW LAKE ��� Just listed -r- V2 an island  facing SW. Sleeps 6 plus. Fireplace, generator, flush  toilet. Absolutely prime for water skiers, swimmers  or escapists. $69,500.  HALFMOON BAY ���60 x 162, super retirement lot,  facing S. $32,500.  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 158 x 389, superb lot facing S.  $19,900. ���  * was. iQr' a-profit^���--be he a-  s=whi<ie collar worker .or blue ���  be it a paycheck he collects'  every two weeks, or a commission at the time of a sale,  or a profit margin on a can of  peas.  It is hot right for one group  to at-cuse another of selfish  motives,' when collectively,  we must all live and work to  maintain and preserve a  workable society.  /  _The4wbntiath���  Important  downtown  concepts     '^  In- order to secure the  , future of the downtown areas  of cities, developers, planners  and civic officials must be up  on the latest research in  downtown concepts.  Kecent research, indicates  that one of the most fundamental requirements for  rescuing a downtown^area is  SECURITY.  Potential businessmen,  shoppers,   employees   arid  ~r  ^call  PATRICIA LINDSAY, 926-1640  BELL REALTY, 926-7831  century plague  Never .since the fifth  century, when the Vandals ���  an East Germanic tribe  sacked Rome, has vandalism  been as rampant as it is today.  Insurance experts estimate  the total national loss' in the .  billions of dollars, with  schools one. of the biggest  victims . . . communications  and transit systems next,  national parks and forests,.  museums and libraries-" all  coming up in quick succession. Youngsters, say the  experts, are the primary  ���culprits and they destroy for  three major reasons:  material gain, such as  stealing from , telephone  boxes, vindictiveness, as an  expression of antagonism  against groups or individuals,  or wanton vandalism, 'which  -iiaSf'-exctt^ment-orboredonras-  a motive. Psychologists say to  combat this vandajjsm, we  must attack the causes-. . .  which include social- indifference, apathy, loss of  community, neighborhood or  family values.  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE .INSURANCE .MORTGAGES  MEMBER BROKER  Y/JrA  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  886-2481   (GIBSONS)  Van. Direct  687-6445  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre   VON IVO  HOMES  HOMES  GRANTHAMS  $29,900  View 2 bedroom  on Elphinstone  2 BDRM HEADLANDS ROAD $26,500  Solid little homo, auto oil Heat, full bath,  fruit trees, close to beach and boat launch.  $58,500  3 bedrooms could  .Place   for.  horse,  $23,750  SPECIAL       ,  GLASSFORD RD, 63 x 160'cleared lot. Fill  In. Water ft Sewer connected. ^lO.SOO.  DASH TO POPLAR LANE $47,500  Two 3 bdrm ensuite homes to choose  from.   Basements   &   carports.   Walking  dlstanco to schools, shopping, recreation  & Imbibing,  MAHAN ROAD 7   $32,900  2 bdrm charmer, Living room Is largo'wlth  codar panelling ond stone flroplaco. This HOPKINS LANDING  SEAVIEW RD $27,500  2 bedroom older home with sundeck and  corport,_Great_view,-  Pairview  Large charming home,  be  4.   Op   1/2   acre.  chickens and hobbles,  SEAVIEW RD  Good starter or retirement home on treed  view   lot;  On   sewer.   Fridge,   stove   &  washer.  LIKE WATERFRONT $48,000  Half  block to safe  pebble' beach from  beautiful   Gibsons   bluff   location.   3  bodroom  home  has  terrific view from  living room 8 master bedroom. Fireplace,  basement, good garden area, drop In and  ���-seeUbe-plctUres-or-cali-to-vlew;���-'��� ���  WATERFRONT OR? $89,500  One corner pin on the boach, No  waterfrontage tax. 1500 sq ft in almost  brand new home, very modern, very  private, Stops In to good beach with  excellent moorage, Call for appointment  to vlow.       ,   ,  HOPKINS LOT $10,500  Has good view, located across from good '  beach access.   ���  MAHANRD only$12,500  93 x 125,-Lots of lovely big cedars. Quiet  "arearWat'er & power."      ~r~~~r"~-~~     "'  CRUCIL ROAD $56,000  Lovely' family   home,    2   fireplaces.   3   .  bedrooms   up   and   1    down.   View   of  mountains,   Keats   Island   and   Shoal   ,  Channel, ��� ,,  WATERFRONT  SECRET COVE AREA ,    $35,000  51!, x 161' Serviced lot on Truoman fa.  GAMBlfeR ISLAND WEST BAY ' $65,000  133'of good watorfront, S.E. exposure arid  great View, Good water supply. Large lot  with possible future subdivision. Private  ramp * float. 3 BR Panabode, Sundeck  $26,600  Is a well constructed homo pn an extra  largo lot, Soparato sauna blg"oribug(i fot a  party I  PARKS REED ROAD $56,000  Excollont family homo on large land*  scaped lot, Fruit trees. This home foaturos  3 good sliod bedrooms, living room with  flroplaco, dlrilnty area, large kitchen,  Finished rumpus1 foorrrwlth F.P.rand Inlaw suUo In basomont 36 x 13 garago,  HILLCREST DUPLEX $37,600  Good Invostmont. Good r^ssumablo  mortgage of $22,000,  PRATT ROAD $78,000  4 bodrooms and possibly flvo, A largo  hoatod 20 x 40 swimming pool has Its-own  pump house, goos from 4 ft fo 10 ft deep,  2 DDRM SPLIT LEVEL i $03,000  ��� Lpcaisdi'n Pr^tl Reoden^pprox,,! acre of  good garden soil, Roomy 12x16 kltchon,  Soparato dining room, Large carport and  12 x 20 workshop,  LANGDALE VIEW $49,800  3 bodroom, non basomont quality built  homo, A torrlflc vlow of Howo Sound and  North Shore rnountalns  Excollont view property, b|clor honio with  finished basomont within walking  dlstanco to ferry, 2 stoves and 1 frldgo  Included, Property Is terraced and has  fruit troes yand gardon, Good tprifis  avollablo,    "'  HOPKINS LANDING $52,000  Pt Rd homo with lots of Jlylng spa<;e, Qr.e^t  "'"vt'owTbeach''acceiiTacross street.  LOTS  Recreation or permanent homo;  PRATT * ORANDVIEW $ 11,500  Largo cornor lot, opon to offors,  GRANTHAMS * $10,000  Nice view lot, 50 x 110.  CHASTER ROAD $12,500  *,L0rg��.Jot..n��qr��ichooU>^��^<-��^^><p>��^><��^  SOUTH FLETCHER VIEW LOT $11,900  $2500 down  PRATT ft ORANDVIEW $11,900  Good building lol, 75' frontage on Pratt  and 140' deep,  DUPLEX ZONED view lot In village $17,500  remains. , ^g^ mwgmgm  FIRCREST RD. LOTS 61' x 131' $3,11111 EACH  "'w7wc��rip'oft; HeaTolator'fireplace, stove*  fridge.'   - , ' -j  ROBERTS CREEK $45,000  , Access easement on ad|dcont lot. Thlsj  typo of prlmo watorfront Is rare on the  market.  GAMBIER ISLAND $12,000  Soml-watorfront lot at Thornboro Bay.  SARGENTSBAY 80' Wft Lot, $32,000  250' deep and covorod with salal' and  arbutus troes, Ideal location noar,'ond of  qulot stroot in Wost Sochelt. Powor and  water to lot.  HALFMOON BAY Low Bank Wft, $315,000  Boautlful lot with southorn exposure, This  Is low bank watorfront, but does not havo  a beach. Salal bushes and Arbutus trees  aro the "natural,landscape,"'Sowa^li^tefm"^"  i. power avail.  EASTBOURNE KEATS ISLAND $46,500  Vory attractive 2 bdrm Gothic Arch with  625 sq ft, pundock, SE oxposuro,  ACREAGE  10 ACRES Of WOODLAND  For true plonaers. $38,200,  vicinity of  Hanbury Road,  *"  2 iViACRtsrRdBCRfStk     ^WCwa"  2 )/2<acros of subdividable proporty In  Roberts Creok,  NORTH ROAD $27,000  3,4 acres, treed and parkllko, No windfalls  or'undorbrush, Accoss from ��ldo road for  privacy,  tini'1-1   MM<f'��l|C  ' I  ' a,lai.i  rlh,*"' *        \ �� >  ��� i  �����)������  :?i  at��' m  f/Cl'm^Hm'  ,A*MW   \  /r/ftfitf��Vr KOAO.  f  -��� ^J>  14  ir\  IO  ' 'V��  * tf /_���  ���������< . %at  ^itar"  �� - vS  ��������  *    ItOAD   .     > ������������*  t~~A. sfj^-t /���������-/ Jt^MSmJ. JtjLl.  ?MiV ,tfkr?'m   'Ml*' ��   '*".   "'" .    "' ���    "'������'    "'"-  \ *;" p":" SI <\ f ��� \ TV 173'i,; }  JW,        ��, b���   ,   ..,^..,   J.^   mm    ^^   ^   pj-.   1^   ��� j  i      i ���� i'    j ��� ��� ��     J     >      j    ';*���'��  ��mau dUMil.! tuu\ i ttiuil limi. Cimiii.' it^i,��4i', ifnii,*1 im..*1!,  ALL LOTS CLEARLY MARKED  140     ��**P        \        ._$&$  ��j ��iM<k "'���'��;;;'5r\,,'rj   y, :v. ,^m  S-'-'-'-'pl  ji^l  =3  nm  GIBSONS OFFICEH^AfcE&fTm  JAY VISSBR  099-33QO  ANNIOURNIY  886-3164  D A VB ROBERTS  863-2973  OEOROE COOPER  -,_... 086-9344  m~*,"��> ni'' ���* ���   ���1^^^________fmr~-'V,  <r  "^���^EL'SAk-y-  REALTY LJTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE "  , Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver   Toll   Free:   664-8016  downtown residents demand  safety in the downtown core,  or they will go elsewhere.  Another important  emerging concept is the split  between the place of work and  place of residence, because  more and more people want to  live closer to the work and  service facilities of the  downtown core. This desire is,  of course, based on the first  fact - SECURITY.  GOOD TRANSIT is  another requirement of the  downtown, and this is "an  aspect that reach6s out of  downtown to the suburbs.  City government cari  stimulate redevelopment and  revitalization of the downtown  area, if it pays close attention  to research that reveals the  citizen's concerns.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive-home on almost 2 acres  level Hiwoy frontage, easy access.  Good large shop with HD wiring for"  bench���taotsr���Hwtre���completely"  ���remodelled. Shake roof, rancher  alum', siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped. property. FP  $69,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE - 3 bdrm modular  home, 864 sq ft. Near new on clear  garden lot. Walk to shops. Price  includes stove and fridge, washer  and dryer, drapes.-Must be sold. FP  $33,900.  SECHELT VILLAGE - Brand new 2  bdrm custom-built basement home.  Sunny bright kitchen. Extra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows and'  heatilaW fireplace. FP $56,500.  GIBSONS: Attractive two bedroom  home with part basement, on, Jarge  sewered lot 98 x 148'. Magnificent  view property. Cozy living room with  brick fireplace and wall-to-wall.  Modern kitchen with wall-to-wall,  new cabinets and view windows in  eatmg area. Smart vanity-bathroom.  Auto oil heating. Excellent buy at FP  $36,500..  VIE.W HOME, DAVIS BAY: 3  bedrooms, large living room and a  fantastic landscaping job. Garage in  part basement. Lot is 60 x 150,  blacktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,900.  DAVIS BAY: modern 2 bdrm full bsmt  home on fully landscaped lot with  excellent westerly view. Bright,  sunny, space-saving kitchen w-utility  rm off. Attached c'port w-finished  driveway. At reduced price of  $52,500.  HIGHWAY 101 SOLNIK: One acre  with two bedroom house, Gently  sloping land in grass with creek at"  one side. Shed at rear could be used  for horse barn. Under proposed  bylaw No. 96.27 it would allow home  industry.  SECHELT: New 2 bdrm. Walk to the  shops. Loads of cabinets in large  kitchen. Good dining area. Large  utility and laundry room. Level lot.  Drive in carport. $43,500.-  ROBERTS-CREEK-3 -BEDROOM - -Immaculate 3 bedroom ground level  home" on an 80 x 140' cleared lot.  Some nice cedars on the property.  Home has a brick fireplace- & is  heated with automatic oil. All woll to  wall carpets throughout. Crawl space  foundation. FP $44,900.  SELMA PARK: Fantastic View! Near  new family home on large, treed  garden property. Large living room,  separate dining room. Rec room is  finished plus, extra bedroom ground  level. 12 x 26' sundeck. Double  carport. Landscaped, rock wall,  shrubs & shade trees. Excellent  value., FP $57,500. Price is firm!  CHARMING FAMILY- TWO STOREY  HOME in Sechelt's newest residential  area. Short walk in to the Village.  Home is two stories and 3 bedrooms.  , Large lot, qpd double carport. Paved  dead' end road. PP $52,250.  REDROOFFS AREA; Wlldwood Rd., 125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  boild on.  Beautiful  evergreens.  Priced  for   immediate  sale  at  $11,000. -���,.-..-- _.-   - ���--������r ; -���-- ��� :V  WATERFRONT SECLUSION ��� A most  desirable residence secluded, yet'  close^ to Sechelt Excellent private  moorage! Spacious and brignt living  room, 500 sq. ft. covered! tiled,  sunporch with open sundeck 12 x 36'.  Lower floor has bedroom, sitting  room & bath. This is an exclusive,  p home for eilegant living and en-,  tertairiing'. Priced at $115,000. Some  terms.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Pebble Crescent. Large city lot cleared, ready for  building. Priced at $13,000. ,��*-*-*^  WEST SECHELT,   3  BEDROOM,   FULL  BSMT, comfortable family home on  quiet street,  1   1/2 years new with  1 jff high ceilings and well designed floor  S*' plan. Large lot with lawn and garden  ������ttejjf: In. Bsmt development  in  progress,  -w'->  Priced to sell at $47,900.  Main street location, on-slto parking.  Now building. Move In now. Skes  from 350 to 700 sq ft. All offices are  carpeted and pointing will bo done.  Up to 5 year leases available with  :'f<$heWar'6ptioh~* "" ���������-���-������.  Call S. Anderson - Anderson Realty^  885-32)1 .-"Homo,, 085-2385  ACREAGE: Subdivision potential ��� Almost 19 acres of sloping land.  Good drainage, Close to Roberts Creek  Loglon 8  golf courso,  ���$!?Jhi!}8 distonce from schools & churches. Prlcod at $120,000.  SARGEANTS BAY: 1 acre waterfront lot, fully serviced, Beautifully  trood with arbutiis and evergreens. Panoramic southerly view,  Many oxcollont building sltos. Well known fishing spot, FP $30,000,  HALL RD: 2 1/2 acres across from school In Roberts Crrek; Almost  flat land, mostly cloarod. Ready to build on or zoned for subdivision  of half acre lots. FP $27,900.  REDROOFFS A^EA: Approx ono troo-dT^^^T^nTodroplfs Rd,"  Close to beach and boat launch, Fully sorvlcod, Full price only  $11,500. 7- ���������  ���  .- '������'���,, ���������''  ACREAGE: Wost Sochelt. 2) acros of predominantly lovol land. Half  Is cloqrpd, f^cod,-'dralno^''ard'J[n^aLtutfii.ltsitncilndor_ls..w'oodedr-'  "Vbi^rbTind'crodrfravorsos pToperTyrNobulidlngs. FP$55,000.,..  SECHELT VILLAGE, WATERFRONT: 150'of trood gontly sloping oasy  to ball'd on watorlront, All sorvlcos Including sowor lator Ihls yoar.  Sorlous watorfront buyors should soe this ono. FP $30,000,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 060 >q ft 2 bdrm mobile homo with appllancos, All wall to wall carpot, Cozy B, Inoxponslvo to hoat.  Concrete driveway and parking slab, Fir Road location, FP $43,500  Terms I  CLEARED LEVEL LOT: Sochelt Vlllago . 62,5 x 120', Roady for  building. Ownor will trqdo as part down paymont on homo, Valuo  $11,500,  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME; A cozy.noar now 792 sq ft 2 bodroom'  homo closo to tho boach at Chapman Croek, No atnlrt., oloctrlc hoat,  doublo glazing. Government prepaid lease has 19 yrs to run, FP  $32,000. '  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOTi Easy torms r~ 20% down a tho balance over  easy paymonts on this southern exposure vlov/ lot, Excavation and  cloarlng have been dono, FP $13,900,  I't  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Closo to 1/2 acro. Lovol building lot, Hydro  and roglonal watortit road, Chock 8, compare, Attractively prlcod at  $9,450,  DAVIS BAY: Laurel Roofl>-tpw lot 67,50 x 162'. One of the better  vlows In tho aroa, AtfnlnoX]*'"0^'  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acros measuring 330' x 660', Will eventually  havo a vlow, Closo to tho arona, Try your offor to $35,000, -  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179 lot, corner location  easy access, excellent view of Trail Island, FP $15,500,  il  MAIN STREET LOCATION: approximately 50 x 220' lot with business  promises and living quarters behind, Excollont location for almost  any type of enterprise, This Is an opportunity to become established  In tho village, Lots of room for oxpanslon, FP $95,000,  GIBSONS HOME WITH,ACREAOErLargo 3 bdrm homo on 7 acro^  with Chaster Croek bordering 1 side of fenced property, Home  noods some repair but has boon partially renovated, Land |t cleared  , 8, In grass, A nice situation; FP,$09,800.  UPPER ROBERTS CREEKi 10 ocros of land with 3 bdrm near new,  home ol approx 1700 sq fl, and a 4000 sq fl aluminum clod, fully,  ' (insulated,bu|ldlnfl, Building Is all wired for 220 power ft could htivo  many uses, Concroto floor* c\oal span. FP $99,500. '  ToWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEKi Over 5 acrel-of^gently-sloping,,.,  property with southern exposure, 300 x 300', Year-round creek  flows through corner of property, Excellent buy at FP $35,000,  ACREAGE Almost 7,acros of clearod, gontly sloping land. View ol  ocean, Zoned for development, Could be trailer park, $46,500,  ROBERTS CREEKi Treed lot with a year round stream, Asking $7500,  APPROXIMATELY FIVE ACRES: Troed, gentle southerly slope, 260'  , highway frontage, Some merchantable timber. Handy location,  close to Joe Rd. FP $31,000,  SECHELTWAT6RFRONT,��Two707trffiJtcl Ipti;70-Ki20wlfh Inno m~  r��ar, Ideal retirement sites, $35,000 each,  REDROOFFS AREA: Large treed lot 93 x 400' approxTGood gqrdon  soil, wotor ft power, Asking $12,500,  For fui-Uu  leaibuve-uuutucti  .-George To^��cM ��<Jf5-3345i jack Anderson, 1)85^053;'  :���:.,,;,;:*ftrnnk' L<sn\*l tt86-0<>*)7; Stim Anderson,: 8B5-23ft5; Doug%yee> 88&-.276I  *mmmm  4   ���  -1~ ly..:...r^:._  A '"1  .^ttir<^tm^t^a^^ittf-iyr!-iai^a//^V^ <<M ���� ��*f*w W  #3!H^>tTW)*^hfW��W(^ft^W^B^ttBll^^ *h  iM '������' t"  B  ifwpO-M-Mtt^tttf Ji-Mfe-'V j��Ti��s*W IWM **S��r5' *#jW������UV��"��(p6WM��S-��i *��  &lpBftKB"�� Wit^i     -"st-i-Si f S4~����^-+",SA *V  J  ��TB= *.    ^.4���."A,��J#1WM1  *���?���-!  -,.,. .?  Assistance to Small Enterprise  V��ciuiCBU��,y, Jiuy <10, JLJ-HB  me remnsuia rimes  ragett-b  irdBfective������-1���_~_ II. Eligible Area  To encourage aod assist       The targeFarea-is-alLof/  the modernization, expansion   British Columbia except the  Canada-British.  RENTING  Executive House  \ -  Apartments  ��� Overlooking Gibsons Harbour  * 37 Deluxe 1 & 2 Bdrm Suites  Featuring: ,  Controlled Front Entrance  Colored Appliances  Cable Vision  ���i~ Panoramic-View������* ���  Extra-Soundproof Suites  Drapes  W/W Carpets  Rents from $230.00  Inquire at  886-2742  Columbia Industrial  development.. Subsidiary  Agreement.  ^FlSifling5 IbPaF  this program in the eligible  area is provided through the  Federal Department of  Regional Economic Expansion (DREE) and the  Provincial Ministry of  Economic Developmeht under  the authority of the Canada-  . British Columbia Industrial  Development Subsidiary  Agreement.  IV. Form of Assistance  The program will provide  for interest-free, forgivable  loans to new and existing  industries.  V. Eligibility  To be eligible for this  program:  1. A project must involve  manufacturing or processing  or a maintenance or repair  -facility directly relating to the  manufacturing or processing  sector.  2.The proposed project, must  indicate commercial viability.  3. In the case of an existing  business, average sales, for  the two most recent years of,  operation should not exceed  $500,000 per year.  4. Approved capital costs may  not exceed $60,000.  5. If the applicant has  previously received  forgivable loans the  aggregate of proposed loans  ���ancttheportioirofloans not yet-  forgiven should not exceed  $30,000.  VI. Equity Requirements  1) Existing Facilities  Equity contributions can  be made according to one of  two plans:  Plan 1 ��� Existing and new  equity must be at least 20 per  cent of the aggregate of all  ��� assets, including both existing  assets and new assets.  Plan 2 ��� If equity in the  existing operation is less than  20 per cent of all assets the  _ applicant must invest at least  20 per cent .of the approved  capital cost ol'fhe expansion.  2) New Facilities  The equity contribution in  the new operation must be  equal to at least 20 per cent of  the approved capital cost of  the proposed operation.  VIII. Promissory Note  The Industrial Development Committee will request  that ..successful applicants  ' ^^tinS^^eia^omissory  Demand Note when accepting  an offer for an interest-free,  forgivable loan. This loan will,  not be called as long as the  applicant, who has received  assistance, ��� remains in  operation as proposed and the  Promissory Demand Note will  be returned to the applicant  upon forgiveness of the full ,  amount of the forgivable loan.  VIII. Level of Forgivable  Loans  1 (Maximum Loan) $18,000. b),  New manintenance and repair.  facilities directly relating to  the manufacturing or  processing sector ��� 30 per  cent of Approved Capital Cost.  2) Modernization and-or  Expansion of  (Maximum Loan) $18,000. a) '  Existing manufacturing. and  processing facilities ���'30 per  cent bf Approved Capital  Cost;  (maximum-Loan) $18,000. b)  Existing maintenance, and  repair facilities directly  relating to the manufacturing  or processing sector ��� 30 per  cent of Approved Capital Cost.  IX. How the Program will be  Administered  1). Application Evaluation  Applications for assistance  will  be  received   by  the  Provincial    Ministry     of  Economic Development. The  --project-wiH-then be-evaluated���  . and,   if   the ' Ministry   ahd  DREE concur, the application  will be  presented to the  Canada-British    Columbia  Industrial   Development  Committee for final approval. -  2) Disbursement of Funds  On approval,,funds will be  advanced as follows:  a) Fifty per cent of the  forgivable loan will bead--  vanced at _the time construction commences or .  equipment and materials are  ordered, the principal's  required equity has been  invested, and the signed  Promissory Note has been  received by the Ministry.  b) The remainder will be paid  on receipt of an acceptable  supported statement. of incurred and approved ex-   ;See Page B-6  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  We're the Neighborhood Professionals:"  MADEIRA PARK RANCH $125,000  22 acre, working ranch, all fenced and cross-  fenced. Good large barn,} good pasture and some  frujt_trees,_AI_Lyear round water supply. And for   the lady of thevliousejynas a modern 2 bedroom  home. Has facilitiesror horse show and rodeos.  Call Larry "Reardon, 885-9320.  LANGDALE  NEW HOME *- $48,900  New 3 bedroom full basement home. Large LR with FP. Dining  room and kitchen with plenty of cupboards. Master bedroom has  ensuite. Double^ carport. Situated in quiet area among new  homes. 80' lot. Completed approx 30 days. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  HOPKINS LANDING  OLDIE BUT GOODIE $34,000  2 bedrooms on main'with extra in bsmt. Large kitchen loaded  with .cupboards and near new fridge and stove included. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  GIBSONS'  RETIREMENT SPECIAL   ' $43,500  Spotless 2 bedroom home with terrific gardens and cement  patio, garage with workshop and storage level. Walk to shops  and waterfront. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  rT'  SARGENT ROAD   ��� " $15,900  Magnificent ocean view lot, fully serviced, on sewer, 6&xl 10',  close to all amenities. Builders terms available. Larry Reardon,'  885-9320.  " ROBERTS CREEK  UP & DOWN DUPLEX   $49,500  Large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential.  Located on 1 acre- near  ^oterts-'Cre'6k^sin','HighWa"y  101. Vendor will consider  offers. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  ACREAGE-INVESTMENT $25,000  2.14acres at Joe and Lower Roberts Creek'Road with over 700'  on th.e Lower Road. Could be 4 lots - terrific potential for the'  investor. Chuck "Dowman, 885-9374.  or,^ *,,,:��, SELMA PARK ..  OCEAN VIEW < $17,500  Good solid older type family home in good repair with unin-  terruped view of the ocean. It has 3 bedrooms, the living room  has wall to wall carpet, and there is a large' kitchen and dining  area. This home is on lease land $600 p.o. Ed. Baker, 885-2641.-  TUWANEK  160 FT. FRONTAGE ' $14,500  Cleared and ready for building. Half block to water and safe  swimming. Easy terms. Chuck Dowman 885-9374.  SUMMER HIDE-A-W AY $17,500  This half acre has water and hydro. A 33 ft trailer and two metal  sheds joined together with a wood Heater. Easy terms are  available. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  SECHELT  SECHELT VILLAGE $59,500  New d.eluxe 3 bedroom, full basement home of 1320 sq ft,  completed approx 30 days! Large LR, pR arejpwith FP, kitchen isu  a housewives dream withj built-in barrb-que. Full double plbg. All  features must be seen to be appreciated. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT ���: / $15,500 & 8,500  At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ waterfront lot, close to road  and adjoining with an excellent view lot that lies next to B.T.  Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  VILLAGE .   '   . $46,000.  Well kept, sparkling clean 2 bedroom bungalow. Walking  distance to stores and school. LR 17 x 19 with fireplace, dinette,  utility, 2 full bathrooms. Owners leaving $2000 worth of appliances: stove, fridge, washer & dryer. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  WEST SECHELT  1.17 ACRES $18,500  1.17 acres. Nicely treed, gentle.slope to SW will have a good  .view when some trees come down. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  NEW, NEW, NEW   " * $52,900  Deluxe 3 bedroom bsmt home with ensuite off bright master  bedroom. Great kitchen with lots of cupboards and eating area.  Good view off fiberglassed sundeck. Chuck Dowman; 885-9374.  24.77 ACRES " ^. ��.$62,500  Was logged a few years ago, so clearing is easy. Possible view  over Sechelt Inlet. Located top of Mason Rd on right. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 2Q x 20 with fireplace, open beam ceiMpgs, DR.j,amilY-  "kiteh'eTi^AllTdrms'lcirgeT master ensuitjTw/wthroughout. Large  worksHbpat rear. Floor area 1584 sd. ft. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  WELCOME WOODS $9,500 & $9,750  Two extra large lots 125'x200'. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  HALF-ACRE LOT $15,000  Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to  Sargeant Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. Larry Reardon,  885-9320. '  $10,500 OR NEAR OFFER  Recreation property, 100 x 250. Level/ partially- cleared, for  "home site or trailer. Waterand Hydro. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  $12,500  Nor West Bay Rd wooded lot. 70 x-150r zoned R2. Trailers;  allowed. Sign on. Ed Baker, 885.-2641.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  GARDEN BAY ROAD ~ $22,500  Rock bluff building site on this 3.5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrific view over pasture land. All year stream. Easy  terms available. Chuck Dowman,���885;9374.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,500  Semi-waterfront property, just across the; Narrows Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour. Treed and good for building on, with,  just the road between you and the water. Larry Reardon, 885-  9320.  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-22^^  ���     ��� +m      ' . v'  m  Vane. $89-5838 (24 hrs.)  NEW  ON MARKET  SUBDIVIDABLE ACREAGE #3992  5-acres, excellent lotatlon, Quiet, secluded, well  treod, close to good level boach with easy access  ,(for sighing or swimming. This 5 acres of parklike  property with 518' road frontago on Margaret Rd.  .Zonad.R2J.Jako a look. Glvo me 6 call and try your  offer. AaklngT4'5;OOOrJ1MWOOD,-88S'257l"eve��...  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt;  We Are As Close As Your Phone  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  <=*=>  pTODKOOMTOTTAGE ~ WITST  Noat and bright In lovol aroa closo to Gibson*)  watorfront and shops. 50 x 120' lot on sower, FP/  |$27,000, JACK WARN, 806-2681 evos..  NEW HOME #3810  Retire close fo good fishing. New 2 bedroom home of-988 sq  ft has stone flroplaco, You can decorate the Interior In your  colors. Long sundock and covered deck with 8 x 8' storage.  Partial basement. Eloctrlc furnace, Large lot has limited view  of Pender Harbour. Try offors to $41,000.'PETER SMITH, 885-  9463 eves,  IT'S A RECREATION LOTI #3845  On a corner, has power and wator, Across from oasy ocean  access. Park your boat or cabin trailer. Flshln' or snoozln', It's  only $5200 full prlco, Call mo BOB (or anything olso) Do It  -Uitew^flafcaaafia.���-������-���: , ,���mv_   #3857  tho op-  VALUE WITH TERMS #3971  With a vloyy ovor L"ambs Bay this 0^0 ��q ft 2 bodroom, Insulated homo qlso has additional accommodation on tlio  lowor lovol, Vondor Is also offering torms, so at $34,500, this  Is a good buy. BERT WALKER, 085-3746 ovos,  REVENUE PLUS HOME #3970  Big lol -��� Solma Park, 100 x 200', wator view, Two bodroom  main homo ronts for $2,244 a yoar, bachelor pad ��� soparato  yields $1204 a yoar, total $3,828 por yoar. Appllancos In  main houso and frldgo and furnishings In smaller unit Included In salo, Ron) both or llvo in ono, FP $40,000 has 97.'  financing., Dotqlls, f>ETGIUMITM, 985-9463,��v��.,,,,���������,,���.,������  WATERFRONT RETREAT #3972  Llko to fish, boat and got away from-It all ���- this Is your  proporty, Socludod ono bodroom cabin on 05 ft of watorfront  for |ust $33,000. RUTH MOORE, 005-9213 ovofc,  ACREAGE PLUS TWO HOUSES #3977  Approxlmatoly 5 acrot, Gontlo slopo, southern oxposuro,  rnostly cloarod, size 300 x 600', Two housoi, owner's  residence plus rovonuo from second houso. Zonod ALR, this  proporty Is now offered (o'you al iho attractive prlco of  $65,000. HM WOOD, 085-2571 ovos.  VIEW LOTS #3985  Socholt Inlot1 sldo by sldo 75 x 120' lots, $0500 oach. JACK  WARN, 006-2601 ovos,  WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE  Of Socrot Covo this largo, woll trood lot offors  ��� portunlty to got away from l| all, yot Is handy to fishing and  only about 1 1/2 mllos from Hwy 10). Look Jt ovor then mako  your offor on tho $9500 asking prlco. BERT WALKER, 885-  3746.  GARDENER'S CHARM #3963  3/10 acro- oflevel, arable around, fully landscapod and  foncod, Lawn, vogotablos, fruit. Qulot too, Noar G|bson�� and  boach at Gowor Point, Vory nlco 2 bodroom homo, oloctrlc  hoat plus fireplace, also carport, workshop 8, garden shod,  Groat valuo at $44,900, PETER SMITH, 005-9463 ovos.  SANDY BEACH #3984  This largo  1  bodroom cabin It locatod on cholco sandy  watorfront. Lots of room for you and your frlonds, Frldgo,  ilQVfl,and,��omo lurnUhlngilncludid. A. summer spoclal at.  $47,500, RUTH MOORE,,005-9210 ovos.  POPMLAR ACREAGE #3966  4,9 acros ol lightly trood with gontlo slopo, 900' of road  frontago, Zonod ALR, lots of olbow room, Bring yaur  chlckoni. Bfjy now and build yoilr stately homo later. Atklng  $30,000, JIM WOOD, 803-2571 ovos,  SPACIOUS RETIREMENT WITH VIEW #3965  Woll plannod modorn homo with largo master bodroom bulll-  In cloiot/eniulte, Separate sewing room/don, Plenty of  storago and garago workshop, 2 more bodrooms, rocroatlon  room and rough plumbod full bath downitalrs, All Ihls and a  fanta��tlc southorn vlow for $59,500, RUTH MOORE, 003-9213  eves,  iJ^JBKj  ,H*'V"  AwtH,Si  s FAMILY HOMB MTtl ��� Right  In Socholt. Room for your  family    A    expansion,    3  JaKHtfi.Mii.RltfiJHlUteffiiwifnt  to finish. Ono block to schools  and park, 3 blocks to booch,  mmmmm,   This roomy, comfortable homo  '���i_   with flroplaco can bo yours lor  $40,300, RUTH MOORE, 803-  SECHELT LOT '    #3866  Lovel lot. Nlco Inlot vlow, noar marina S Ipe arona. All local  services, All new homos in aroq. Lot sUo 70 x 125'   FP  $12,000, PETER SMITH, B05-9463 ovos.  -  LOW PRICE, BIG VALUE #3954  2 bedrooms, good vlow, electric baseboard hoat, Cross the  'road ocoan accoss, Froohold property, Full price $27 500.  BOB' KENT, 885-9461 evos.    '  SPOTLESS 2 BEDROOM #3962  Qulot s(root ln_pavJsJayJ.���oflsy.-j5jgitB..flOrjdon��..HQmo..l��Jmii..  ���maettl61o-'an8-wo!f-^  furnaco, good carpotlng, FP $32,000. PETER SMITH, 085-9463  OVOS. '   "  MADEIRA PARK #3888  Boat owners'��� horo Is 0/10 acros, almost lovol with vlow  through Pondor Harbour, Just 400' lo wator's odgo. On pavod  road with hydro, phono & wator along road, Full prlco  $22,000. PETER SMITH, 005-9463 ovos, 1  IF YOUR MONEY WONT STRETCH #3879  Try your oflor on this full basomont, 3 bodroom vlow homo  on Reid Road In Granthams, Enclosed garden. Asking  $35,000, JACK WARN, 086.2601 ovos,  HOLIDAY HOME #3871  Uso It for all your holidays ��� Christmas too, 4 bodrooms,  family room, plus kltchon 8, Hying room, Two lovol pnd well  crabbing trom your own vlow property In Sandy Hook,  Asking $35,700, |ust $10,000 down, pay balanco at $269 por  month > 15 yoars ��� vondor to carry mortgago. PETER SMITH,  ( 005-9463; ovos,  PLEASE LET US SHOW .   #3912  Boautlful vlow home In Olbsons on large lot with rontol sulto.  2 full baths, 2 half baths, 3 flreplocos, large utility and  workshop, Lots of oxtras, Don't hesitate lo call, JACK WARN,  606-260) eves.  WEST SECHELT VIEW #3931  -Spectacular view ovorlooklng Gulf of Georgia, Serviced  pavod rood In area of new homes, Ovor 1/3 acre, 00' on  road, building schemo protocts your Investment, Full price  $13,500, PETER SMITH, 005-9463 evos,  NEW  ON MARKET  BETTER THAN NEW A3993  Lovoly 2 yoars old vlllago homo, 3 bodrooms, nlco  slzo living room with large granlto fireplace, Well  docoratod with some natural codar, wallpaper,  ���ono"pqrquet-"floof���and'/a ��kyl|ghT"-'"Ve'ns'uaj(t'f"'  "fhroughout7��xcollont storago areas ancTa garden  workshop, Grass Is groon and flowers blooming,)  I Just $44,500, RUTH MOORE, 005-9213 oves.  A LOT OF HOUSE #3975  4 bedrooms and full basomont with sauna and swirl bath.  Marvelous view, extra largo mastor bedroom with acorn  flroplaco and onsulto, Lowor Gibsons, $49,000, JACK WARN,  006-2601 ovos.  CREEKSIDE QUALITY HOME #3804  Flnq largo 2 bodroorn homo, quality finishing on level, trood  6/10 acro. Tho yoar round stfoam adds so much to tho on-  |oymont, also, so closo to tho ocoan. Hugo double carport  undor tho houso roof ��� additional bodroom and bath so oasy,  Four ma|dr appliances also, Full price $60,500, PETER SMITH,  883.9463"OV��sr"1���M-' r'~ ��� -'-������' ' ��� u      MOBILE HOME LOT #3989  Largo sec|udod lot In woll treed qulot aroa, ironed R2, which  allows mobile homes, Power & water avallablo. On bjacktop  roqd In Roberts Creek aroa which makes It easy to commute  to Sochelt or Gibsons, Asking $11,900. JIM WOOD, 003-2571  evos, ������ ��� 1   SEA VIEW LOT #3990  Gentle slope towards ocoan. Jmi> steps from quiet  residential area to boating accoss, to post olflco, to  playgrounds and Lower Olbsons ihopplng centre, Clearod,  foncod on 3 sides, Has small non-conforming cabin. Water  hook-up paid for at well as serviced by hydro, Sewer at  roadside, FP $11,500, BOB KENT, 083-2235 anytime.  II  .'*;����  HOME ft GARDEN M��,07 ���  Large, lovel, well cornd for  garden 8, grounds will Interest  the , gardener  & iho  com?-  fortablo 2 bedroom 600 sq ft,  home on full basement  complete the Inviting picture,  Try your offers on Iho $42,500  asking price, BERT WALKER,  003-374(4 ��vei. ,   *fm%  URGE PAMUYHOM^ ��3��42  *-- Extra special I Wllh a view  In mind, Modern 4 bedroom;  huge living room    yvjtt  fireplace, 2 bathrooms, large  cprport, beautiful gardens  Ij&L>.h, fl'h pond, Large  basemohl almost llnlshod,  Designed   for   comfort    ft  leisure. Ask!  WOOD, BBS?  ig $65,000. JIM  571  eves,  n:  Ruth Moore  , 885-9213 ���  Don Lock  f*w  Peter Smith  885-9463  ig  *</i**  Don Hadden  f^Sr96WK  vti.:'7t  Jim Wood  ���kt ^^7 '*,  *"* i any'">.". v**��.  Bert Walker  Jack Warn  YOU POR VIEWT MG TOO I  M3964 ��� I have a really fine  outlook over Trail Islands from  J'i- ___.mY fr*"1' roo,Tii dining room  ii*aand kitchen, I - have ��� 4  CeMbodroom* as well as a huge  isundeck to host 0 crowd. Full  basement under my 1320 sq  ft, Let my;salosman BOB KENT  show you all my attributes,  w$-aaas w^m*��4��*- ��p*  polntment to if�� me.  ���fimmmmm  *\M  ������*r.;'r  Boh Kent John R. Goodwin  M w*7=��'l^��1J*'#l*��M>"i)^lTI"* WW I   <+M(ftM^l(>p'A^to>-*-*WiJ^*��WrLi^^ *"**  ns s-pTO^ffi^TL,)*!* #W**t<*. It  w��#��#IJ��W^p*��f^W^^ fWr*j��ei*WT*W����w������Ji-��  ���I ���\.  ,1   I /���   r < r, ��� ;,,  PageB-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 26,1978  BBHMMBBBfr  MORE ABOUT  Assistance to Small Enterprise Program (ASEP)  surplus or deficit  ���From Page B-5  penditures and satisfactory  completion of a site inspection  visit by an official from the  Ministry or its designate,  c) Wjthin 30 days of the  commencement of operation  of the project, the applicant  must submit to the Ministry a  supported statement of actual  expenditures related to the  project. Payments by the  Ministry in excess of  allowable assistance based on  actual approvaed capital  costs are to be refunded to the  **,,-j.  IMAGINE...  your cobin or hoTrie  quiet woods  pristine Lake  spectacular views of sea & mountains  75 large lots & acreages now available on Hotel Lake  (soma waterfront] ad|acent to Pender Harbour on the  fabulous'Sunshine Coast. Water, power,, telephone &  paved roads. Approx. 1 hrs. drive from Langdale Forry  Terminal. Some of the world's best fresh & salt water  fishing & aquatic recreation. <  Some of the world's .best fresh & salt water fishing &  aquatic recreation. Moorage'& shopping a stroll away.  ... AND AFFORDABLE TOO!  For detailed information, contact  RICHARD VOLK  Westwater Properties Inc.  689-5771; 591-7459 eves.  ATTENTION:  future Home Owners  Having trouble finding a home just right  fpr you.?  '*'". i  Consider this: -"���'.".  TEMPO PRODUCTS  now offering a complete home  is  planning  and building service.  Some Features in 'your new home, would include:  -1200 sq.ft., 2or 3 bdrm, full basement  - -Floor plan of your choice  ���Brick fireplace apd chimney ���   ���   '*'  -Thermal Pane windows  ���Ready for occupancy in 2 short weeks  Any many other attractive features.  A quality home at an affordable price  Further inqt-firies Please call  ^ GREGLEMKVLat 886-2706 7__._^  Ministry immediately.  . 3) Loan Forgiveness  Fifty per cent of the loan  will be forgivable one year  after operation__has commenced and the balance one  yearihereafter provided that:  a) the applicant has submitted  the supported statement of  actual expenditures as above,  and  b) the general terms and  conditions under which the  loan has been granted have  been met. -  4. Control Procedures-  Control of the advance of  funds, verification of expenditures and project  monitoring will be the  responsibility of the Ministry.  The granting of forgiveness  will be the responsibility of the  Ministry and DREE.  X. General Terms  1. An application for  assistance must v be received  while the project is in the  planning stage and before any  commitments are made for  buildings, machinery or  equipment. Any prior commitment will render the  project ineligible for  assistance.  2. Expenditures of a normal,  recurring     nature     (i.e.  d) other  accounts  e) shareholders' loans that  are subordinated to all other  liabilities.  f) proprietors' or partners'  capital accounts that the  applicant, provides for  financing of, the operation.  However, when assets such as_  land are contributed as  equity, only those assets of  fair market value essential to  the* operation will 13-e considered as eligible equity  contributions. Should an independent appraisal be  required it will be obtained  at the expense of the applicant.  3) "New Facility" is one  which is sufficiently-distinct-  from any present operation of  the applicant so as.to be  readily identifiable. Also, new  products (i.e. a product which  is significantly different from  products manuufactured or  processed by the applicant at  the date of application), will be  considered as new facilities  fdr the > purpose of this  program.  4) "Ministry means the  British Columbia Ministry of  Economic Development.  5) "All Assets" is the total  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  SELMA PARK ��� Corner of Snodgrassfi Radcliffe; lovely 2 bdrm open view home. Features are 17 x  21 living room with free standing acorn. FP 1 1/2 baths, open kitchen with modern appliances,  laundry room, roofed patio at rear overlooking lovely flower gardens. Also a large workshop and  wood storago. By appt only. FP $44,900.  DAVIS BAY ���-<On Whittaker Road close to Bay Rd. Immaculate two level view, home, could be  revenue. 2 full sets,plumbing, 2 kitchens, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors, loads of bright airy space,  ._ patio, and Ipvelygqrden, carport etc Call foMpspection  or appt, Good buy at $64,500.  VVFT ���- If you have been looking for wft at Roberts Creek we have a choice 2,8 acres with easy  ',   access to beach. Property includes a sunny beach cottago; main home has 4 bdrms with 2 baths,  house in excellent condition. This property featyres largo parklike grounds, good flower and veg  gardens, greenhouse and 2 car garage. Price Is very reasonable, vondor will give terms.   -  CHERYL ANN PARK ��� Modern two bdrm cedar home recently completed with allflxtures and rugs  etc. Design is out-of-ordlhary and Includes a well-designed kitchen also finished In cedar. Situated  oh seml-wft lot with somo view. Ideal for starter homo or.business couple. FP $42,000.  CHERYL ANN PARK ��� Newly renovated ahd redecorptod, with now wiring, rooting^ carpet etc.  Quiet aroa on dead-end street and easy accoss, to beach, Startor or retirement homo ana" only  $37,500! ���   '  VETERANS ROAD ��� Three bdrm post and boom with carport, This Is close In but still In rural  potting, Features aro open-aroa living and dining area, beautiful woll-plannod kltchon and two rec  rooms on lowor lovol. Large lovol lot 127 x 225 with good garden soil, Asking $69,000.  COMFORTABLE -���attractive 3 bdrm family homo with largo lot, garage; centrally locatod. Inqulro  (or furthor dotollsof this attractive proporty,  BUILDING LOT?  .... Soml.wft, oasy boach accoss,. 1/4 acrowlth vlow,-$16-,500r-- - - ���--  ' "***��� " '���""  Nice building lot'with 74' facing on.Lowor Road. Choryl Artn Park aroa. Cloarod, roady to build, and   |       I _m    ii      ���       ���-������     JlI     "    'I  -   -- ~   ��� i    ��� -     i     ���     i      -  ii   "   i   n   I   III - "       ������  ll ��� '        *-���'  ���    ���    |  ���       . , ���������      -��������� M.mm��� mmmmmmmmmmma-mmm ���-��' A.1-M....,..  only $11^00, , '   ,  Throo lots ��� Rosamund Road, cloarod and roady to build, Only $ 10,500 oach.  Half Acro on Lowor Road, somo tlmbor, crook pt side, asking $16,500. Can bo had with half cash,  Nlco Socludod Lot ��� on sldo road In Roborts Crook. Closo to storo, schools otc, Roducod to  $10,000, . ,''...��� ,   ., ,'  Two Lots ��� 72 x 105', no rock, oasy to build on, all sorvlcos, soptlc approvod and boach access,  $1,500 down, balanco at $125 por month at 10%, Torrlflc Invostment. Signs on Lower Cheryl Ann  Park Road towards boach,  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES'  Clothing Storo ��� stoady business, good rovonuo, $7,000 plus stock, --fl  Ask for details on commercial property suitable for dovolopmont,  EvonliigiTc^  operating costs) will not ^   Pfatorent, fixed, apd other  r        ����������-.'. tangible assets of the  en  terprise. ,  - 6). ''Lower   Mainland''  ,means-���.that���parL-^oiL,thi  province comprising the  regional districted Greater'  Vancouver, Central Fraser  yalley, DewdUey-Alouette,  Fraser-Cheam excluding  Electoral Areas A, B, and C.  7) "Southerh Vancouver  Island" means that part of the  province comprising the  Capital Regional district  excluding Electoral Area D.  XII.   Application Procedure  ������iFully^���coiiipieted���^applications supported by all  required   documentation  : should be received by th��  Ministry at least fifteen (15)  days prior to the first day of  the month in which the applicant, wishes to have his  application presented to the  Canada^-British Columbia  Industrial   Development.  ^.Committee.  7 {Application f onris are to be  sent to:  L0.S.A. ;  c-p Ministry of Economic  Development, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  V8V1X4,  eligible for assistance  3) Applicants must complete  the applicatipn form in full  -and-provide^ltdocumeritation~  and   attachments   as7  requested;  XI. Derations  1) ''Approved Capital  Costs" is defined as the  aggregate cost of: erected  buildings, installed  machinery arid equipment;  site servicing and imr  provements.  2) "Equity" is the  aggregate of:  ~a)~ihe~share capital"    ������  b) earned surplus -  c) contributed surplus k   '������ .��  mm*.  ironies  Toronto Globe & Mail  writer Richard Needham  quotes two Arhcriean ironies:  One - cities in the,U.S. are  being devastated by people  living   in   the   "low-cost" -  " Rousing which those cities  have been generous enough td  provide ��� and Two ��� the  capitalist system is hated by  people living on the, lavish  welfare payments yvhjeh only  capitalist system is productive enough to make possible!  Only in the human 'condition do we find this irony ���  where whose who take from a  ������social- --.system- virtually- bite-  the,h��hds that feed them. The  ���theory-bchind-soolal welfare 1s-  to return those who need aid  -'to fi state of dignity, to allow  those who cannot provide for  themselves the, comforts  considered necessary to  existence. And to provide this  assistance, a working, tax*  paying clU/.ennhlp must  contribute the needed funds.  Most do so willingly,  because social conscience is   Also ..tuiHut... of .the.... human..  (jondltlon but the benefactor  does hot deserve to bo rovllcd  by the people who accept his  help.  v  DENTAL BLK?  GIBSONS  PHONE 886-22  TOLL FREE 682-1  <b  ". ��� ��� ��� ������na  Jon McRae  885-3670  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  Chris Kankainen  885-3545'  Arne T. Pettersen  886-9793  HOMES  CRUCIL ROAD, GIBSONS: Bright and spacious  3 bedroom family home in excellent condition  located within easy walking distance to  schools and shops. Large kitchen with built-in  dishwasher and indirect lighting. Two  fireplaces, huge recreation room. Lots of  extra, space in daylight basement for den or  extra bedroom and workshop. For the price of'  $62,500 you also get a beautiiul view for your  constant enjoyment.  s  G.RANTHAMS LANDING ���Well kept 3-tTdfW-n: GLASSFORD & GOWER-ffeRD: Country-Estate  in the heart of the. ViMjige. You must see this  traditionally styloid four bedroom, full  basement home with finished rec room.  Fireplaces up and down. Large garage with  workshop under. All this* nestled privately on  two lots.- Year round creek goes through  property. Beautifully landscaped with many  fruit trees. Plus a guest cottage presently  rented for $165 per mortffi. Home could be an  excellent revenue property as the basement  has. complete.'kitchen and washroom  facilities. All v'��hin '>q s*o"e's -' ���h-'OW 0*  shopping and post office $67,500.  family home with full basement. New shake  roof and for heating economy thermopane  windows. Basement has rec room, workshop  and laundry room. Grounds are beautifully  landscaped. Large sundeck to enjoy a lovely  waterview of Keats Island and the Gap.  $42,900.  PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home Pit 5 acres  in Gibsons. Property on both sides are'also  for sale making a total of 15 acres available  for future development. A good holding  property. $79,500  BROWNING__RD: LWJison Creek. Rustic ancij  cozy A-frame home tucked away on a j  beautifully treed lot. The house is ap- j  proximately 3/4 finished and an enterprising j  couple should have a good time finishing it off I  to suit their own taste. The asking price for i  this hideaway project is ��� $34,900 j  DAVIDSON RD: Nesarly 1/2 acre-nicely treed j  lot on Langdale Ridge, offering you view and ���  privacy. Large three bedroom home. Lots of j  cabinet   space   in   kitcftgfiT  Full   basement-. J  Fireplace upstairs Large kitchen.        $54,900 '  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD: Three bedroom  home on completely landscaped view  property ih Gibsons. Lawn in front and back  of home with small garden. House is very well  kept with separate suite in basement. Included are f ridge^toverwasher gcid dryer.  ���r.,A ���  ..-'::.��� ���.'.','���'    ,,$64,500  GOWER PT RD at FRANKLIN: A WATERFRONT  lot is the -netting for this lovely: two bedroom  home. The bedrooms are carpeted. The living  rbom-(23 X-17H/2) with-heatilator: fireplace-  has hardwood floors, the attic'has been  panelled for extra steeping quarters and/or  storage. A,view of Salmon Rock and the Gap  is yours from the' covered . patio. Nicely  landscaped. Includes fridge, stove and dishwasher.   ���-..'���".'��� $79,900  MALAVIEW RD: Immaculate three bedroom  home on landscaped lot in area of new  homes. Situated on quiet cul de sac safe for  children and pets,' Double windows for  comfort and economy. Separate dining room  and wall to wall carpeting. $47,900  ROBERTS CREEK: This could be the home with  acreage you have been looking for. Situated  well back from the street to give ypu all the  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD: Gibsons. Cozy,  compact and comfortable home with  character and charm. A place for people who  privacy-you-want.-This-rustic-home-is-in-im.���enjpy=fhe^-rustic���and���woodsy feel., and. apX_\  maculate condition and has 1050 square feet  of living spece. The partially cleared property  is just over five acres and could be developed  into a nice hobby farm. The zoning allows  subdivision into half acre lots and there is pn  dedicated road along one side. A good buy  and an excellent investment at ' $65,500  SOUTH FLETCHER: A beautiful view of Gibsons Harbour is only one of the many features \  of this four bedroom home. Others include a  feature wall fireplace, hardwood floors,  lovely large kitchen and for the handyman a  16x18 workshop. $37,900  predate a panoramic view. The basement has  in-law  .suite   potential.   Huge   sundeck   forr'l  outdoor entertainment. Substantial workshop. I  for the hobbyist or tinkerer. $60,000 j  HILLCREST ROAD: Panoramic view of Gibsons'  Harbour and Georgia Strait from this lovely  home! Exceptionally large kitchen as well as  a separate dining-room���Two bedrooms and a  rec rg��m and bedroom finished downstairs.  Living room features a floor to ceiling wa".  fireplace in cameo marble. Lot is fully Ian  scaped. $52,500.  GRANDVIEW ROAD: (Off Pine) Three  bedroom home on a beautifully treed and  fully landscaped lot (175 x 150) with an  excellent view of Georgia Strait. Kitchen has  eating nook and a built-in oven and range  top. Floor to ceiling cut rock fireplace. 45 x 9  covered sundeck and a huge double carport.  $63,500  BOYLE ROAD: 5.05 acres partially cleared  and electrically fenced. Includes cow,  chickens and ducks. Rentable trailer>'pad'w|th  own septic. Partially finished home; all new  construction, approximately 1/2 completed.  Whlto onyx fireplace, varnished cedar celling,  thermopane windows, and large combination  furnace. Ploaso make an appointment first to  vlow, $68,000.  CHERYL ANN PARK ROAD: Roberts Creek.  Excellent two bedroom starter or retirement  homo In quiet subdivision only 4 miles to  Gibsons. Home is on a nicely landscaped lot  and only or)p-block to level beach, Some view.  Can be purchased for Undor $2,000 down and  with such low payments there Is no reason to  rent. ,, $39,900  FIRCREST PLACE; Threo bedroom home In  qulot rural subdivision surrounded by ALR  proportlos op all sides, Ono rrillo from school  and shopping. Large open living room with  flroplaco, Tho full basomont has a flnlshod  flroplaco for your roc room Idoas. Prlco Includos brand now frldgo and stovo,    $52,900  DOGWOOD ROAD! In the heart of tho Bay  aroa. This full basomont home features wood  panolllng and flroplaco upstairs, Full In-law  sulto sot up downstairs, See this package of  comfortable living and Investment value, FP  $49,900.  GIBSONS REVENUE; Four-plex. Positive cash,  flow with eleven'thousand dollars revenue  per year 111 Toi units contain five bedrooms,  with one and.a half baths. Lower suites are  large two bedroom units, Low maintenance,  and good return make this an excellent Investment value. Close to all amonltlos.,  Financing avallablo. '$89,9(30'  FAIRVIEW RD: Lovoly full basomont home or.  qulot stroot, Two bedrooms upstairs and one  not qylto complotod downstairs, Wall to wall  carpotlng throughout. Heatilator flroplaco  and thermoglas windows for beating,  economy. Houso Is sltuatod on a 1/2 aerojet,  with somo wator vlow, $49,500  Is  LOTS  McCULLOUGH RD; Wilson Croort. Closo to ono  acro trood property with subdivision  possibilities,, ���  $22,500' x140,  TUWANEK: Only ono block to boach, full vlow  ABBS ROAD;   Vlow  of  tho  Bay  aroa  and  of Inlot, Piped community wator avallablo, 80  Goorgla Strait Is yours from this boautlful lot  / <'�� i  '*. Jttf*''" J'-?1' i V!"  P & P Developments Ltd. ��� west sechelt  U54sq.it.  3 bdrm-full basement home  Dual {tool windows ��� hor��o��hoo kltchon with dlshwoshor ��� w/w cnrpol  throughout > skylight In baihroom - 1/2 bath clown i��460 iq ft h��ml llnlih ���  fully fInlthod basomont g"fnfl��i altnchod carport with dork ovor ��� Iqrfjo lot  In now subdivision ��� hoatllotor llroploco,  TT = ���~"   $53,900  i  "^*%7f��.pPpW  INf'';^-1"^.;  flr'W^jUk'  .^"V*��H4....'., t. *mjf"  HAM.  ��*W-<  f'���2S^":^^'-  WAKEFIELD RDi Good building lot on wator  and povyor ovorlooklng Goorgla Strait and  tno Trail Island, This Is a cornor lot'ln a nowly  built up aroa, $12,500,  GOWER PT RDi At tho cornor ol Mth, This  proporty has lovoln cloarod for Iho building  slto ol your cholep, Excollont vlow of Goprgla '  Strait, Approxlmatoly (10 x 250, $16,500  BURNS RDi Good building lot, 66 x 130, on flat  land In Olbsons Vlllago, Four blocks from Post  Ofllco, storos and transportation. Lightly  trood, Throo blocks from ocoan, All sorvlcos  available, $11,000  GRANDVIEW A PRATT ROAD; Ono of tho  bottor building lots on Pratt Road In rural  Gibson^, Lovol and cloarod with vlow, Mqko  anoflor, Vh^00  SCHOOL ROAtfi Thfoo vlow lots 73 x ) 10, On  sovyor, Throo blocks fr.om schools and  shopping contro, Cloarod for building,  $16,000  $9,900  In aroa of blaborato now homos, Two blocks  to schools and shopping, $18,900  DAVIDSON ROAD: Fontastlc view from  Langdalo Rldgo, This lot has a small crook on  tho very back ol tho proporty. All now homos  In this aroa, This lot Is a full 2/5th of an acro,  $14,900  WHARF RD: At tho cornor of Davidson, Wllh a  llttlo oasy clearing tills lot will bo roady to  build on. Walking distance to tho forfy, Lot  slzo Is 00x110, $12,900  PRATT RD; Noar now school silo, This lot Is  cloarod and roady to build on, Maturo fruit  troos dot this 76x125 lot, $13,800  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road, Two lots of  40 x 150 oach, Ono lot has 9 cottago which  could bo rontod, Thoso lots aro mostly cloarod  and roady for building, A spoctacular vlow of  tho ontlro Day aroa and Kopts Island Is Includod In tho prlco of $27,500  POPLAR LANE: Boaut(lu| flat building lot at  tho ond of a qulot cul do sac, Vlow of tho  North Shoro mountains, Oho block to(  shopping contro, On sowor. Asking $16,900  but opon to offers,  ���  ���  COCHRANE RDi pood building lot 65 x 130.  Closo to shopping and tho ocoan, Sowar  oasomont of 10' on s,o, sldo of lot,      $12,500  VELVET RDi Boautilul v|ow lot In dojlroblo  aroa, Road In and hydro and phono to  property, Prlcod woll bolow assessed valuo,,  $11,000  YMCA RD-, Langdalo, Cloarod, lovol building,  lot moWrlnj) (11 x 173, sultablo for a variety  of homo plfljii. Locatod wllhln oasy walking  distance to school ond a fow mlnutoi |og to  tho forry terminal, Mako an ollor on tho  asking prlco of $12,900  ACREAGE  G-ipsONS RURALi*fOlf Maplo Stroot noar  Grandvlow and Pino, Vory unlquo building  ��lio��wllh an absolutely fantastic ocoan vlow.  Moro than ona acro of land wharo ono portion  Is high on tha hill and tho largor portion l��  MASKELL  RDi   1.44  acros  of  lubdlvldohla  property on Mp��ko|l Road an4,Low��r Roborls  CPNRAD ROADi Noxf to qamp Byng, 2 1/2   Crq0^  Rom^  z��nl"0 allows for   1/2  acro  acros with limited accoss. L����K Crooh runs   avBra0*- T|il* l�� a qulot rural aroa only 3  ���      m. m.^ ^ through this partially cloarod loyal acrooao   mllos from Gibsons. $19,900  opportunity to.davalop your own racraollon  park, Havo a look and mako an offor, Good  torms. Asking prlco $17,900  (hobby farm,  fl9 900~&HQOl'---ROAD('"1 ��8o   act**.'������-adtoean*Ho.��  ' olomontary school, Could bo subdivided to  lots. On sowar and all sorvlcos, $50,000  /��!f8,''~��r '���"���'^"rr'p'r,','f,**.r ���''^?yy:'''*'*T~* ���  >��"flinpv"p  ..L.rtl  "M  .),mtH:AUi  1' 'V'/p^' *' *��� ���***1^  **��tWtti^i^?%!^ty&  I  /(./  ..f-.  !*>^i��iww wn-Ww**--*! m ^itiMit!i��ii*&M]m&*Mim>^ ifSiwaj***!**'^ -���-���; j Coast soccer teams say they'll be ready  Senior soccer teams on the Sunshine  Coast will be getting ready for next year's  season with practices starting in August.  The Elphinstone Wanderers start  practicing on August 8. The Pender  Harbour Bananas, Wakefield United and  the Sechelt Renegades start towards the  end of August.  'I'd love to see more new players so we  can have a more competitive team," says  Wanderers coach Jan de Reus. "If we  have a team that plays the way we played  in the tournament last spring, then 'I don't  think that there's many teams that can  beat us. The only team I think can give us  a close game is the Renegades, with them  a game can go either way."��� ���       -  Bananas captain Rick Little says the  Bananas will be "looking forward to a  little more youth on thte team next year.  The older members will have to fight to  keep their positions. "We'^ve got a lot of  heart, we like to enjoy the game as much  as possible but we like to win, too," Little  said.  Sechelt Renegades coach Lloyd  Jackson says "Team tryouts will be  open," and added that there will be  changes in the^Renegades next year.  , Will the Renegades be able to beat the  r~B5nanasand WaWefield-United?J_'0^yah^  easy," says Jackson. And the Wanderers? game." "~~-   "Well, it'll be touch and go," he says, a       Wakefield United is looking forward to  little more seriously. one recruit from England and two new  "With the Wanderers, it depends on players who used to play for BCIT in  having a clean referee that can control the Burnaby.  Section C  Wednesday, July 26^1978  !Pages 1-4  VISTA  IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS LTD.  PAINTING - RENOVATING  CONSTRUCTION - LANDSCAPING  "ONE CALL DOES IT ALL"  434-4145        885-5087  %  STRIKE! Elphinstone player cuts Weldwood at Brothers Park on  hard and misses in fastball action Thursday, July 20. Weldwood won this  between   Elphinstone   Rec   and   match.  Sports briefs  Golf tournament  By Rick Crosby  Virginia Douglas and Lil Bullied played  in the British Columbia Open tournament   at-the���Vancouver Club last week. Lil  Bullied played in the Chilliwack Open on  Wednesday, July 19. 7  Twelve players entered in the Senior  Ladies Club Championships on July 18-19.  Iva Peterson was first and Vera Munro  was second.   In_18-hold���Iron���Only���competitionr  SEA CAVALCADE  QUEEN PAGEANT  on July 29th , 8:00 pm  at Elphinstone Gymnasium  p  :lt. %rtr-"<  rrr  Don't Miss It I  this is the 1st Year  for the Bathing  Suit Competition  Q  twitertff/nWSnTrfcyu   ���THE PENN KINGS  ���TIM McHUGH, PIANO  _ ~^ANCE~REVIEW~_~~.  fp^-r^wiiwjiif**  Norma Gaines was first and Hilda Clancy  _yvas_secmd.-^-^:'^---^^^^r~~-  - ���  In nine-hold competition Dorothy  Fraser was first and Joy Townsend was  second.  JUVENILE SOCCER 7  The juvenile soccer league will hold a  meeting early in.August to discuss the  possibility of separating the eight to nine  -year-old-players-from-ttie-4(Ho-12-year-  olds.  There will be a minimum of six juvenile  teams on the field next season. Teams will  play from Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Sechelt  and possibly Pender Harbour.  SENIOR SOCCEk  Thdre will be a general meeting to elect  an administrative body for the Suhshine  Coast soccer league on July 31, 7 p.m. at  the Sechelt Indian Band office in Sechelt.  A   president,   vice-president   and  secretary treasurer will be elected to  ^handle,.; fees,  administer -rules  and'  regulations arid generally help keep the  league orgartized7  All coaches, referees.managers and^  interested persons^i^pl^ltb attend this  meeting.  FASTBALL  The Sechelt girls fastball team participated in a double knockout tournament  at Musqueam on July 22-23r Eight teams  __from jthejower mainland played in the  meet.  One men's fastball team will go to  Texada Island, representing the Sechelt  Peninsula in a tournament there on August  12-13.  VOLLEYBALL  The Sunshine Coast Pacesetters will be  practicing twice a week to ready themselves for the, match with the Sante Fe  Chiefs at Elphinstone school on August 5-G.  The SanteFete^  "spena"pairf,oif their visit to the Sunshine  Coast sightseeing.       "  ���;  The Sunshine Coast Women's volleyball  club is looking for new players for next  season. Coach Bob Cotter hopes eventually  to put a team together to compete in the  Provincial Volleyball finals.  SAILING CLUB  The sailing club will be holding races on  Sunday afternoons at the Porpoise Bay  campsite. '  More entries nre welcome. Phono 885-  9400 for more information.  SWIMMING   ��� .���-....., ' ��� -   The Gibsons pool will bo closed from  July 31 until September 5. Tho pool yvlll  open ln September with public swimming  for a couple of weeks before scheduled  classes begin, '  FISHING ��� '��� -:   Things were good nt the beginning of  last wook ln.,tho..Gibsonfl area. Spring In  th 18-20 poiind ranetc arc being caught off  Gower Point and Camp Byng.  Up nt Pondor Harbour Duncan Covo  reports, "freezers nro full." Springs, 20  pounds, 14 and 17 poundcra aro being taken  off tho A-frame and Fenrney Point.  MEN'S GOLF  Gordy Scott won tho 54-holo Men's Club  Championship at the Sunshine Coast golf >  club on Sunday, July 23 with a final score  of 227.  Scott was tied with runner-up Ken  Hincks on tho 10th hole and pulled ahead  with a par four on tho 19th to win tho  tournament.  First low not winner was Wolfogang  Rlecho with 193. Low net runnor-Mtp was   Pon Sleep with 205^L ..........7E7777.7........  Second flight winner was Andy Groy  with low net 200. Runner-up was BUI  Frnijer with 202.  Third Flight winner was Alec Warner  with 109. Runner-up was Horry Martin  k.<*js��..i,w i ��->tM<Mi . i,.vp-^i*Wip-'.--'-'-'~,-,."''':'P'.'..'''��i--���~'-ii-'*'>'p-f���--^-S^;';vp--pf'i-iWtv:p'��-:;-.''p'J-        * - *  with IDA.  ���*sjb"  M 'A.  '���imm^  S,!��*i-  t^  GARDEN BAY MARINE SERVICES LTD.  SINCLAIR BAY RD.-JUST UP & OYER THE HILL  883-2722 or NIGHTS 883-2602  Immediate Repair Service -7 Days, A Week  VOLVO/PENTA-HOURSTON GLASCRAFT-EZ LOAD-  MERCRUISEfrCHR^^  FOR SALE  15' 6" "Sidewing" Houston Glascraft (new) - $3000  42' Sailboat "Sea Falcon" (unrigged ferrocement) $35,000  18'Sabrecraft 140 Merc-$4900  17' k&C Thermoglass  115 HP Evinrude -$3000  "<S :  "the home off  trouble free boating  GREAT FOOD & 6REAT SERVICE  in fl  !5j3jf3iHte9l  ���:*;.  RELAXED FAMILY ATMOSPHERE  with a  FABULOUS OCEAN VIEW'  one  6  For Reservations Call  N.     :,..yy.7i��� :.,*: tkmQA^^  ���fWMMMNa  ��� m ���'��  tl  y*?i',J|;��r;''  ���fi    A  -*j** wte****�����'�� V��w  >p.<|stV<fe   w#���*f*w   l>*   uhfttH^lWIf   If     Cr*. )����#�� M* 'Wf.efclB.i.Witfri.*  /,      J.  I""*  i      I     ,  **,W��H*'J.,< ,  * j.*   * 4^^Amv^m��&mr^   "1��**��W*Sl    '**��w>it   vi^. **��." *4 **  *���   **fc  BjJ #ttte>rt*t*r*^.PhH&ii*# *-��^-��<(p��*Wr*iMWp��WI*l*'-WW��  miiHWyi^Hjiiiiiiii i mmm^mmtommmm'W<*<*i0%lt( t, ��* mm��mmmmMwm*WW*^^  *f };��-w-^1  r  *Jm.i����'  I " 4%) u  "��-w����i,p*, ���*��  i'i  - i  X,  I  I  )     I \   )  -v-  Page 04  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 26,1978  \\,  \  !*  m  .!'��(     I"  \vc��.  The queen contestants in  an 'Evening of Fashion'  1978 SEA  CAVALCADE  QUEEN"  contestants, from left, are Georgina  Cameron, Maria Visser, Lori Plows,  Melanie Mahlman, Colleen Hoops,  Lori Thibault and Cathy Gibb.  ���Photo By C. Abernathy  The seven contenders for the title of  1978 Sea Cavalcade Queen were decked out'  in somebody else's best when local merchants supplied the fashions for the annual  "Evening of Fashion" July 20 at the  -Qibson^I^gion-HaUF:^^������--��-��������~~.  Fashion Co-ordinator Jennifer  Thompson described the evening as a  great success with about 170 residents  turning out to see the girls in their finery.  The participating queen candidates  were: Georgina Cameron, Miss Wal-Ven  Auto Body; Cathy Gibb, Miss Sunnycrest  Centre; Colleen Hoops, Miss Gibsons  Lions; Melanie Mahlman; Miss Gibsons  Fire Department; Lori Plows, Miss  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce; Lori  Thibault, Miss Gibsons Legion Br. 109, and _  Maria ���Visser, - -Miss���Elphinstone^  Recreation. _   ;  Fashions were presented by Helens  Fashions, Cactus Flower, Goddards;  Fashion Centre, Jean Shop, Fab Shop,  Attic   Antiques,   Sunshine   Apparel,  Richard's Mens Wear, Todd's Childrens '  Wear and Maxi's Shoes.       _  Children's fashions were modelled by  Mya Kankainen, BobbyJean Worotny,  Julie Macedo and Patrick Worotny. Young  men's fashions were modelled by Jamie  Sallis and John McConnell. Adult's  fashions were modelled by Marguerite  Campbell and Philip W. Gordons  Marion Alsager was queen coordinator  and John McKenzie was the fashion show  commentator.  Judges for the queen pageant are  Barbara Bradshaw, Terry Maxfield,  Tfa<7Hamilton, Ian Morrow and Mr. and  ��MFSr-Dr��Kearneyv--"-������ ���-  Pltch-ln*18  Keep  Britl/tt Columbia  Beautiful  PENGA MARINA  & SHIPYARD  Volvo Penta Outboard���Waukesha  Sales & Service  Smith Marine Engines  Renault Marine Diesel Engines  ������            6 to 430 HP -      2 Marine Ways ��� 1 Hydro Lift  Diving  FULL MARINA SERVICE  & ENGINE REPAIR TO ALL MAKES  Year round  moorage  883-2535  Court news  i  A foolish  j  A Gibsons boom man wassf ihed $500 in  provincial court July 19 M>r impaired  driving and admitted to the court that it  was a "foolish and Irresponsible thing to  do."       "  Richard Anthony was stopped by police  June 21 when he was found to be doing 75  kilometres per hour in a 50 km zone. He  told police he had been drinking vodka and  beer and later provided a breath sample of  ..24.  "I normally don't do that sort of thing,"  he told the Judge.  His licence was suspended and he was  put on probation for six months to take the  impaired driver's course,,,_   An 18-year-old Gibsons sales clerk was  find $500 and ordered to take the impaired  driver's course after pleading guilty to  Impaired driving.  Penny Doreen Schwelgert was stopped  by pollco June 17 after they noticed her  vehicle weaving and crossing the centre  line on Highway 101 about two miles north  of Gibsons. Back at the detachment Schwelgert blew .16. She' told police she had  drank four beer. '  Albert Harold Pink of Gibsons pleaded  guilty to Impaired driving and was fined  $500 and ordered to take the impaired  driver's courso.  ..PJnkjflrasjrt^  when Uiey noticed his car weaving back  and forth on tho highway. The self-  employed    commercial    fishermen  produced n breath sample of .16.  William Stevenson was "fined f5 by  > Jttdgo J.S.P. Johnson for failing to notify  B.C. Tel of damage done to tholr property  after ho hit a pedestal terminal with his  - car. ������������������������ *���������'-' "-���;���'������   Stevenson hit tho terminal June 10  when ho drove Into a ditch In tho dark but  did not notify tlio telephone company of tlio  damage.  Tho Davis fy��y man will pay restitution  to B.C. Tel.  SUNSHINE COAST  PEST CONTROL  \    / W�� offor o  v    "���~ri   'U Comploto Post  ^Jmid*mm-      Control  Sorvico    J|  *^��WMlWI^I^I��^<i^l<))t>>..  Thank You  The Roberts Crook Dozo Committee would llko to thank the  following groups and Individuals for their generous assistance In  maklng"dur flrtfdnhu  couldn't have done It without you.  Also, a huge thank you to the many, many pooplo who donated  their time, thplr onogry and tholr Idoas. TWo aro too many of you  to list hero, but please know that your efforts are appreciated. Our  apologies to anyono whose namo may havo been Inadvortontly  omitted from tho following list.  Canadian Propane, Andrew Dunkerton, SuperValu, Guy & Nora  Randall, Hudson Day Wholesale, TJ Sound, Legion Branch 219,'  Elphinstone Recreation, Masonic Hall, B.C. Telephone Co., Roberts  Creek Mens Fastball Team, Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary,  Dennis James, Department of Highways, Terry David Mulligan, Don  Sherwood & Co., Wlndflower Books & Stationery, Beach Buoy Drive-  In, Jack McSweeney, Jack Cloment, Coca-Cola, Canada Dry, Dick  Etllngsen, Barry Pearson, Sechelt Lions Club, RobertsCreek  Volunteer Fire Dept., Beachcomber'Motor Inn, Brit Vorco, Twin  Creek Building Supply,' Jack Warn, Sunshine Coast Credit Union,,  Tyee Airways, Port Mellon Industries Credit Union, Casey's Country  Oardens, Chris Belcher, Linda Taylor, Randy Tame, Peninsula Times,  !'����� Dry Goods, Sunshine Coast Garbage Disposal, Troll Bay  School, Beachcombers cast & crew, Cactus Flower, Ken's Lucky  Dollar, Shannon Industrial Supply, Kenmac Parts, Quality Farm  n  Canada  Grade A.'. Ib.  PRIME RIB STEAKS  BEEF   SHORT   RIBS Canada Grade A  FRYING CHICKEN s')o  lb.'  the Barbecue ...' lb.'  APRICOTS  Canada #1,  11 1/2 Ib. case, B.C  Early, Local,  Canada #1 .  POTATOES  i/AKKU I W    Bunch, Local   CORN   Oil   the   COB  Washington  *3.89  ,:.SJV  39c  5/n.OO  CRANBERRY COCKTAIL  Ocean. Spray  40 fl.oz   n.09  Bye the Sea Flaked Light      TTQC  TUNA 19  6oz.  ice cream 2rrs,:A"Fla,or5 $1.59  Purex 2 Ply &*%    *t P"  BATHROOM TISSUE\, * 1.15  -Pink- Seal���~ .-_^���^�� 4    AA  C0H0 SALMON 73/4., 1.09  Wylers, All Flavors  DRINK CRYSTALS 3��,29  Hi-C  ORANGE DRINK .1��.,  Minute Maid  ORANGE JUICE VS.  *1.09  Squirrel, Regular or Crunch  PEANUT BUTTER  48  fl. oz  '2.79  KrafiL.^ J_..J-.  BARBECUE SAUCEhh  . oz.  McLaren's, Polski or Garlic  DILL PICKLES 32��..,  *1.09  COFFEE lib pkg *Owl\)  Kraft Singles  CHICKEN Campbell'  RICE SOUP 10  >oz.  3/89  CHEESE SLICES  2Ibs. WiTV  Niblets  KERNEL CORN    O /Oftc  12 fl.oz   ^2/89  Foremost  BUTTERMILK  1 litre  Green Giant, French Cut  GREEN BEANS l  Perfex '    \  BLEACH 128 fi.oz.  $L09  CAT fODD .��� 4/$1.00  Ka| Kan  DOG FOOD i4 oz  Crisco  SALAD OIL im.  $1.79  Green Giant, Summer Sweet  PEAS 14 fl.oz. ;:.';.;...'.:  DETERGENT 2 kg      '2^98  BAR SOAP Xnaui. 85C  Splendor or ,*<|    * A  SPAGHETTI XT*L19  Creamelle  Snackery  PANCAKE MIX 3 ib Pkg  $L19  COFFEE CREAMER h  oz.laOv  West  MARGARINE lib.pkg  PINEAPPLE JUICE  Delmonto  48 fl. oz. .,  Good Host  24oz. , ...  ((*>��'  ... \..  ICED TEA MIX  STONED WHEAT THINS 20 oz.... .JL ��� JL��f  mVmmlmW  NATURE PIUS MUFFINS 6/99*  SANDWICH BREAD 7 55��  LEMON SPONGE CAKES.$1.19       bakery  BLACK FOREST CAKES,-$3.75      specials  Miry  *m    ��  ,gtttf%   ��(*��V  Prices Effectives  Thursday, July 27,  Friday, July 28,  Saturday, July 29  ift*tt*rMto&itM4Wpt^tM^t^ir^tk*imm.*v_\f ^y^^pwh**jfti a miWria. 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