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 A~.���J-  AA  "i  ilShl'm.  s  -   - a.   J* '$&" "*��*  Serving Ihe Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon  Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek  WilsonvCreek, Selmg Park. Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay. Secret Cove. Pender Hrb., Madeira Park   Garden Bay, Irvines landing, Earls Cove   EgmonT  mm  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 17  ���2nd Class Mail-  Registration No.  1142  Phone  885-3231  Union- ��c������<$s!i^"<3 Label  16 Pages.-- 15c Copy  Wednesday, March 29, 1978  Witness tells of Shannon threat  ) ^ St?"  By JEANIE NORTON \ trafficker John, Eccles, who said he "had  "I could blow you away so bloody fa'sjt told Shannon that Black has .asked him  you^ wouldn't know  what" happened,!' about putting a "hit" or "contract" out on  Georgia Morberg heard Robert James ^Shannon.  , (Shawn) Shannon tell William Black the       Eccles' testimony is crucial to the  day before he allegedlly shot and killed accused's plea of self defence, which has  Black. emerged as defence counsel's chief  Morberg's testimony March 20 and a strategy.  highly incriminating letterShannon _wrote__  Barbara Dae Goddyn asking her and  another witness to perjure themselves  were the highlights" of -prescecution  evidenceJastjyeekjn the second week of  Shannoh's-trial in-Vancouver;  He is charged with first degree murder  in the November 11,1976, slaying of Black  ih Roberts Creek.  The major evidence offered by  Defence Counsel Michael Bolton and  William Hamilton as they opened their  case was the testimony of-convicted herioi|.  On cross-examination,   .Crown  Prosecutor Leonard Doust suggested that  Eccles' whole story 'was a "fabrication  concocted by^ou-sfnd your good freind Mr.-  each other at the same time ... Your test  (testimony) would make it a 'dea<j' cinch  for a self-defence.. .and the reaLbeauty is  that your (sic) a crown witness.  In the letter Shannon said that he had in  fact seen Black with a gun the day  Shannon shot him. ". . . But Danny  (Taylor) or Dal (Grauer) got rid of it and  their (sic).not about to admit that-they-  removedlt from the scene of the crime."  "... Certain people have conspired to  after the facts of the case.. .So faced with  Shannon" while they were in adjoining���theseTfacts-1 can see_only, two.  together to Bolivia to buy cocaine about  the middle of September 1976. Black  -returned to the peninsula.alone several  weeks later, leaving Shannon alone with a  bladder infection, she said.  Morberg testified that the original drug  deal had fallen through, but that when she'  flew to Colombia to join Shannon on October 17, he-was arranging another-deal.  Shannon had "thousands and thousands  of dollars" but they were in travellers  cheqyfis and he couldn't get^ them cashed  ~cells"at Oakalla during the last year.  Mr. Justice Kirke Smith and the jury  had already heard evidence that Shannon  had previously resorted to asking witnesses to lie to strengthen his claim to self  defence.  In the 1977 letter to Goddyn, Shannon  wrote, "I am in fact asking you to lie for  !." .  He wrote, "the idea is to lay a story that  looks like Bill was after me and I merely  acted to defend myself."  The letter, which was reportedly turned  over to RCMP before delivery to Goddyn,  suggested "It would be nice if he'd (Edward Greenberg, a friend of"Shannon's)  nfused-about-what-was-saic  further asked Goddyn to testify that Black  had come by her house the night before his  death wearing a gun and telling her that it  was "for Shawn".    "Now all this will have the effect of  showing~that~Bill-wasTannedrhad-made~  threats toward me and in fact told other  people as much," Shannon wrote.  "I'm going to claim Bill and I fired at  alternatives. Get help to realign the facts  of the case again so I have a shot at self  defence and a short sentence or d"  everything in my power to escape."  Goddyn had earlier testified that  Shannon came to her home in Gibsons  around 5 p.m. on November 11, shortly  after the time of the shooting.  He told her he was "possibly in a little  bit of trouble" and that the police might be  by. She said he seemed "confused" and  "had a hard time concentrating"  Greenberg met-him at���_her home and  the two left for theJerry about 6:45, she  said.  xiable^=jQ_p^rcnase-the'_cocaine^she-saidr  "The situation deteriorated very  rapidly" and the deal fell through, she  said.  s Morberg testified that "the worse  things got the angrier he (Shannon) got"  at Black for leaving him when he was so  sick and" couldn't cash the cheques.  Morberg and Shannon arrived back on  the peninsula October 29. Shortly  thereafter she entered St. Mary's Hospital  with the flu.  She said Black visited her there on  November 9 and told her to tell Shannon  "he'd better straighten up or somebody  would have to straighten him up."  On her discharge from the hospital the  Another���witness,   Marion   Reed,  tifiedlhatShannon-came-toher-house-in���next-morning she told-Shaflnen-wh  Vancouver after 9 p.m. that night. She said  she drove him to the U.S. border and  dropped him off to walk across.  Thejury was told in earlier testimony  that the shooting climaxed a dispute  "between-Black-and-Shannon-overa-tripto  South America to buy cocaine.   ^  Georgia Morberg of Gibsons told the  court that Shannon and Black had gone  had said "in as nice and as mellow a way  as I could.".  She said that despite her assurances  that Black's statement "wasn't a threat,"  Shannon immediately telephoned Black  and��aidr-*JWhat!S'thiS7l-hear about-you���  making idle threats? I could blow you  away so bloodly fast you wouldn't know  ���See Page A^-  Hydro spraying rejected  A provincial Ministry of Environment  committee has rejected a. B.C. Hydro  application to conduct an aerial herbicide  spraying program in three sections of the  Sechelt Peninsula.  Hydro had applied to spray the herbicide Tordon 101 along the right-of-way  near Salmon Inlet and in two areas between Sechelt and Sakinaw Lake. The  corporation" has on previous occasions  been allowed to conduct helicopter  broadleaf species, which is counter to  what they, say they're trying to do."  Bill Coutts, Hydro right-of-way  supervisor in Vancouver, .said the corporation plans to appeal the application  rejections.  "People are looking more closely at  these spraying programs, and- I think  that's a good thing," he said. "But I'm  personally concerned that it may go a little  SOME SPENT EASTER decorating;  eggs, while otfiefs~"spentrtt~eaRng"  them. The little girl above found those  two eggs in Hackett Park on Sunday,  vtic^^ atthe  T^008jof^)e~chocolate-coated kind. Halfmoon  Bay  Egg   Decorating  Quinn Kelly proudly displays the Contest Saturday. Quinn printed the  uniquely inscribed egg that won him entire Lord's Prayer on the egg.  too farand make it difficult for us to do-an  %   spraying in each of those areas.     \.>    .economic and efficient job of keeping the_  Vancouver Forest, district ,as j  "if".   '~6ayneBance; head of the Ministry" of-' fight*f-Tvayclear.;,-,5!v-^*'' ;::-:;t';;'V ,;��"4s$i' spring-summer herbicide  the Environment's Pesticide Control        A hand-slash and stubble treatment   '���������"���--���    -  Branch  arid^hairmarf of   the , inter-   operation is effective in killing existing  ministerial committee charged with   growth but doesn't prevent re-seeding, as  reviewing the spraying applications, was    broadcast_spraying-does,-Coutts-said.-���  asked-by-th&~Timesnrfhe application       lie said the stubble treatment prograrn  rejections indicated that the ministry is   would utilize a chemical known as Brush  Killer mixed with diesel fuel.  uv  may be going places  riy ED LANDS  , Local speculation that the Coast Gales  stand a good chance of benefiting from a  proposed amalgamation of two mainland  hockey leagues was confirmed last week  by Bill Mehan, president of the Burnaby  Amateur Hockey league".  Negotiations are now under way for a  merger of the Burnaby league with the  North Shore Amateur Hockey League, and  the Gales figures prominently in the expansion plans.  "The Gales arc mentioned always in  the top round of discussions to become  part of this organization," Mehan told the  Times. " '   ".'       /  ;,':, One factor which may cause some  problems in the Gales' participation is cost  sharing.  Travel expenses between the peninsula  and Vancouver and ;^uch costs as meals  and' overnight accomodations are  substantial considerations for these low-  budget amateur, operations.  Tho improbability of being oblo to  make ferry connections after wccknlght  games Would also pose problems for  players who have to be at work tho next  morning, Mebnn said. Tho proposed  schedule for the new league calls for a 48  " game s^sWahdninhy 6  would likely bo on weeknights.  Some cost cutting is possible if homo  team players nre filling to put up the  visitors at their homes overnight and  provide them with a meal.  The cost of ice time and referees would  also have to be shared evenly, as is now  the case in the BAHL,. ���>������.  Merger of the two Vancouver-area  leagues would produce a 20-team league  with four or five divisions.      ,  According to Mehan, meetings among  the North Shore and Burnaby leagues and  Bruce Wormald Of the Gales will take-,  place within the next.few weeks.  Since one team in the North Shore  league is planning to drop out, Mehan  figures that for this and geographic  reasons the Gales would fit into the North  ��>Hore division of the expanded league, A  definite decision will be made before the  summer is very old. ,'  ' , Mahan said the Gales "would obviously  be a competitive team as Indicated by  their two game series with the Blue Devils.  They would have a 50-50 chance of winning  the championship In our league1 as it  stands today."  The BAHL was formed about seven  years ago under, tho leadership of Gary  Hepting, who was the league's first  president. Hepting, is nbw^ne of two  player representatives for the Blue Devils  in addition to being the team's number one  goalie.  In a recent interview Hepting described  the league's forrtiat.  The league consists of 10 teams, which  are divided into two divisions, the Pacific  arid Coast division.  This season each team, has a 40 game  schedule. The Pacific Division is led by the  Docksteaders while the Kings hold down  top spot in the Coast Division. All games  are played at The Columbian Four Rinks  in Burnaby.  Along with referee-in-chief Marty  Mahovajlch, President Mehan maintains  firm control of play In tlio league, weeding  out the more chippy players, who aro a  reprimanded by aa much as 10-gamo  suspensions and $100 peace bonds to ensure the hatchet men In the lcaguekRQw  "'"'"'"*' '���Sec Page A-3  taking a more skeptical view of such  spraying. . . '      '__--.  "I wouldn't want to say that," Vance -  replied, "but perhaps it could be inferred  from our actions.  "We're certainly taking a much closer  look at aerial spraying applications than  we have in the past."  The committeealso turned down recent  Hydro "applications for ���spraying in 43.  Vancouver Island locations.  One of the committee's primary concerns with aerial spraying, Vance said, is  that it affords no protection for streams.  The committee has approved a  separate Hydro'application for a hand-  slash and->stubble treatment program in  the above "three peninsula right-of-way  areas..- '���      \ .���.���.���  Vance said his committee "sort of  Questions Hydro's philosophy of broadcast  spraying." ' >   '���'  He said the supposed strategy in, right-  of-way growth control is to encourage the  spread of such groundcover as salal But  the broadcast spraying "knocks out all the  Vance's inter-ministerial committee is  operating under the province's Pesticide  Control Act; which came into effect March  9. Vance said there is no appeal procedure  established yet.  "No one's made an appeal yet. I guess  if Hydro does, then the minister will ap-  point=an appeal board."  In a related "matter, the B.C. Forest  Service announced last week that it intends, to treat some 1,784 acres in the  jpart of its  program.  Sotii the Sechelt Peninsula and Jervis  Inlet areas Sre included in the program.  Herbicides to be used in these projects  include-27J=DrTordon:(a-mixture-of-274-D-  and picloram) and Krenite.  Further information on the Forest  Service's  plans  was  not available.  A reprieve for angry  Porpoise Bay residents  East .Porpoise Bay residents angered  by two zoning matters before the Regional  * Board will Jiave a second chance to voice  their concerns on at least one of them,  following an apparent board error.    t  iThe Regional Board approved triird  reading of a bylaw March 16 that would  rezone the Jackson Bros. Tuwanek log  dump property to1 an Industrial 5 zoning,  but now will have to rescind its approval  and take the matter to another public  hearing.  Board Chairman Harry Almond said  the board apparently "screwed up" by  allowing Mike Jackson to splfeak at the  March 16 meeting;after the original public  hearing. ,  Almond said this is against board  policy and the situation looks "particularly bad"' because he .changed his  vote after Jackson spoke,  Almond had originally voted against  the rezoning at the planning committee  meeting that night, but changed his vote  later In the evening at the regular board  meeting after Jackson stood .up and  outlined his plans for the log dump  property,  However, Almond said Jackson's  statements were not the the reason he  changed his vote.  "I'yevhad time to think'it over," said  Almond at the March 16 meeting.   ,  Jackson told"the board that the company required the rezoning so that it would  " ��� ���See Page A-3  Log jail story romantic  but it's merely a myth  *  ���"?'.*> ���-��'.'  "*. Jth***^���"  Bring the family  ��� and dance  There aro dances for ndulta ond now  nnd then there ore dances for tho kids,  but on April 1 the seldom-met twain will  converge at JIM?Kobcrts .Creek^n\-  munity Hail. *\   ���  Tho Roberts Creek Community  Association's Way And'Means Committee la sponsoring a Family Affair  Dnnco this Saturday, with proceeds  dcflgnnTedTor a now community TroTTTn  *'5��Wi*��W'!"piI;HH*-.iM,'>p**p^p  the nre  No alcoholic bevetages will bo sold  nt tho dnnco.' Tickets ore available nt  #''*'i^iri-'pj|<.������;-��rfp.*V'P'"����- rm ;**-^W."'"*��'"'"�����  By TERRI BRANDMUELLER  Tho inconsplcloua llttlp log buildlpg  across tho highway from the Wakefield  Inn Is destined to become a Sechelt tourist  attraction whenever Hayden Killam Is  nblo to sort out his development plans with  tho village council.  There, is some smnll disagreement,  however, about tho true history of tho  neglected {>0-ycar-old building.  Killam, who has purchased tho building  nnd hopes to restore It on a slto next to tho  Dolphin St. tourist booth, believes along  with many other, residents that tho  structure wns tho peninsula's first Jnil.  But local historian Helen Dawo says  tMrcbM&ry'uth^ loom myth; the  building never was a Jail.   .  Pooplo 4iko .to believe ��� tlw^'log jail  story" because It Is romantic, sho snld, but  tho fact ls that tho building's first use was  resident of Sechelt now living In Vancouver, would tqnd to agree.  ��� Ingram worked ln4bo log building from  1930 to 1939 ns a stenographer for Major T.  D, Sutherland, the constable In charge of  the combination provincial pollco nnd  relief office,.,,. '.,,,,,.k,,..,.,.,.,���....     ' -  In n letter to the Peninsula Times  written In 1073, Ingram told of her ox-  "Vrlcncea',n the "log JnU'\ "I did three  years time In thoso premises," she said,  "however, this isn't quite ,na bad as It  sounds. Tho building wns never really  used ns n jail."  Tho Wnkcfleld Inn wns built In 1920 ns n  . homo for Sutherland and his wife. Tho log  enbinWns built interna hirpwiictf ttfflfcop  but Ingram snid distribution of relief took  up most of his tlmo.  "When 1 look back on It now there wns  very llttlo crime in those days, even  *��rrt*imMnirt^  L  J  )!Th�� history of Sochelt Is more legend  than-truth, but there Is no way thnt tho*  little log,cabin was a Jail ���, there Just  ��������JA,ti.mimm?m*    ��� ���    -������.,,*��>'.,., w^'V"'1*'"'"-'" .,,;���  ���A��-"n "*>"rv.'' "Nf"-"*1 'j*. �����'.-���*. u.  ..ii.   . ,.-.r...,  fletty #%oungflon Ingram, it  former  y  -. ''VI  always put-in��*an-app��arancO"��l* tho  Saturday night dnilccs 'Just In case' but he  was very seldom required In.a, law*  optrfAvQla* bum*"ttv, f{,Unvrmm, t��pUI. ��n hf��r,  1 ,.    *"v""���'"   '~>Sce Pnge"1^  m tymmw&w* *$�� $  '*;���"'.���*<, ;  -      'X ' "Wv       Hl ���-���-.    ., M>f  THIS ABANDONED log cabin was   Heiep Da\yo, a,' long-tllRo Sechplt1 served as a policy station., Hoyden  <>n<!<ui police ftoj^ti, a Wf^i'" '        "     "' " "'"'     '  ana fitb�� ��ttfha;iiut novter  I  oin was   neiefi uay/o, a  long-umo decnpvv' scrvca as a policy ��uuiuu.. uuyuuu  X  tPnJtMVH^iwwWIkf  a  wiwwftWfS* w<^-pjww$��w|peiw'!^'#<t��*'#i^^  I*. '     -        ,   ,1        ' . ��    ' '     '       ' '     I' "' ' 1      H     ' *S'   mi '      >'''. -,      -     * P *   p  '< ..'.  , At��* ������"  ��� *.��� W'P">   "     I  K       i  ������; ��� vV  "!���  p   w  'J  '     ��J*#   5jfrf*i'����P        SI    1PH-    '  \ ���'  '/.;.. 'p;  "��� ''.pp'v- "'(/'  "AAA  -A  -I.-P. s^.  v','-.-p A^ ,"-.'.'''V',,.'p'      \   .     .'  yt xx l-aa   \I, v"  ",;',"'/,      ''���'"��� v    / ���     ��� ''* J**f f*w fr 'Ae Httskepittg guardian bfi  -Derinis-FitzgeraldrEditor"���~'"w .',*$& other right thai'free,men prize."  , -  ��� -    ��� -"��� -: ,      ���-��� ��� ���"   ���"������ -��� ��� "  * .' "    "V-\ -'���.   ~WinstonChurchill-  We cannot understand or support  Sechelt Council's recent decision to  grant the exclusive use of a public  facility, without charge, to a Vancouver man who intends to -turn a  profit on the arrangement.  The aldermen voted to give Jeff  Brown use of the village tennis courts  for two hours a day, four days a week.  Brown said he intends to ^onduct  "private tennis classes there at a rate,  by his informal estimation, of about  $10 per person per hour.   ,  ~-  :yy^ea^0^Z^^H^Ttl'someone  ���"���wahtsT'to start a business here and  gamble his resources against the  possibility that there is a potential  demand for his goods or services, we  say, good luck.  We also recognize that there are a  number of functions which may not be  profitable tn a business sense but  which are sufficiently valuable to  merit public sponsorship and some  measure of public support. Our  Continuing Education program is  such a function. So is the Fitness  Service, whose Canada Works grant  ^expire&this week-So-is-recycling,  g it away  which wejiave supported in the past.  ���But the distinction between the two  categories ��� business and public  service ��� ought to be rigorously  maintained in the local allocation of  resources. Jeff Brown's venture may  be a commendable undertaking; but it  is plainly a business yenture.  All of this niay seem like a small  vthing. The courts often sit empty for  hours at a time. Brown's use of them  will presumably create little^ if any,  additional expense for the taxpayer.  The point is that these courts were  built and are maintained by the public  "purse. Why should Brown, or any  other individual, be allowed to profit  . at the public's expense? - -  ^ "These sorts of. arrangements may"  be arguable in macro-economic  considerations in Victoria or Ottawa.  But we are not aware of any mandate  for. our local governments to prttfde  special or favoured treatment to  individual businesses beyond a  reasonable concern for and impartial  treatment of such enterprise.  If even one village taxpayer is  prevented from using the courts-at a  time he desires, the council's action  becomes unfair.  We're upset that the village has  given, away the tennis courts. But  we're even more upset at the sort of  _fuzzy_thinking���which���led���to���the-  , Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 29, 1978  Squaringly yours  By MAURICE HEMSTREET  Nearer, nearer to the melting pot  JBy Maryanne West-  force.  decision. Brown said he intends to  make a similar request of ttie Village  of Gibsons. Let's hope that council  shows a littlemore sense in how they  handle the matter.    .  Reflections  Wh^n the cheering stops  By Vem Giesbrecht  This column is dedicated to athletes  who are past their time. '  I saw many of them at the B.C. high  school basketball tournament in the PNE  -Agrodome recently". It's easy to spot the  over-the-hill basketball players. They're  the ones wearing" their old team jackets,  the ones with wistful looks in their eyes.l  the ones who need little prompting to  annual reunion of a championship  basketball team, portrays the shattering,  effects of the decade on their lives and the  coach's vigorous but futile efforts to make  everything right with his once legendary  pep talk.  Our lives hav& been more prosaic, Our  The Inuit Tapirisat of Canada have  recently submitted to the Department of  Communications a comprehensive,  detailed feasibility study for a communications project for their people  scattered in remote settlements across the  North using the next satellite, Anik B.  It's an exciting project and demonstrates again" the tenacity and resourcefulness of the Inuit. people, characteristics developed over the centuries by  . the rigours of an unforgiving environment,.  Ever since television came to the North  -with the first ANIK satellite in the early  ' 70's the Tapirisat have been working to  upgrade the  quality  of  programming  beamed to the north and make jt more  responsive to their needs.  They have lobbied the government and  the CBC and at hearings in Winnipeg,  Toronto and Ottawa have become the  Those remote northern settlements  which so badly need to be able to cohn.  municate with each other find the  "technology used only for the same sort of  television programming as we enjoy in the  South, plusTSlf an hour per week in their  "owrr-language, Inuktitut. But unlike us  they are not satisfied to be Americanized  by Mary Tylor Moore or All in the Family  ��� nor even Torontoized by King of Kensington. They want to use the technology  "also for programming jnade, by Northerners for Northerners~, programming in  their own languages which is relevant to  their changing life-style, and to sustain  their cultural heritage and their  languages.  It's not that they want to" cop-out of  modern society or, to cut themselves off  from the rest of Canada. It's just that they  want to do their own thing, in their own  work projects of vast proportions, the  ever^resent conscience of the CRTC. All to   way> J:^ own time rather than have  no'-avail. Oh, everyone:has been nice to  them. The government provides a-grant to  enable the Tapirisat to run its Ottawa  troubles and successes less startling thajt  .___    ..___   r ........ ..    those depicted in the play. After high  reminisce about their own exploits jjiintiie'i, jschool, my~ teammates and l"wJgnt on to^office.^The CRTC.listens politely to briefs  court. V lecometeachers and lawyers and elec-'^arid writes tothe president of the CBC of  -   Though they appeaflo be absorbed in   tricians-and draughtsmen. Most of us are ' their concern that the Inuit culture is  the  games,  these  aging  athletes  are   married and have families. We don't have    being systematically destroyed. The CBC,  casting their minds back to. the glorious   reunions but when we meet by chance, we^  while absolutely refusing to divert anyof  -days-when-they-were-the-centre-of���at-���rememberr-often-rwithoulr^wordsTThe-  Y1*??", I"  tention, the object of cheers and boos and  gasps of amazement. Ah, to be as young  and fit and skillful again!  As regularly as the^swallows return to  Capistrano each spring, we return to the  annual    championships,    a    joyful  pilgrimage, but one that's also a-poignant.  ,!reminder of how quickly the years roll by;  "Should we go sit on the bench again?"  a former teammate asked as he greeted  me before the M.E.I.-Terrace game.  I laughed, remembering, the many  times we lingered on the. bench,  ��� urging the M.E'.I. first- stringers to  establish a big lead so we could get into the  game. "The coach didn't play us as much  as he should'Ve, you know," my former  teammate said. "Well, that's life."  My former coach was at the Agrodome,  balder that ever but sporting a trim black'  beard that was flecked with gray, and I  saw teachers and neighbours and opponents, too ��� people who liad been in the  UBC gym when M.E.I, climaxed an un-  defeatcdseason by trouncing Port Albernl  In the championship gome.  Did they recall, asTI did, the minutest  details of that great day J,Or was I alone in  cherishing thq memory ofithe cheers from  6,000 throats, the drums and trumpets and  noise-makers that signalled,a score, my  flukey basket at the filial buzzer, thp. wild  celebration on the court, and the parties  nnd banquets that followed our'triumph?  Perhaps Uiby did, but their attention  was fixed on this year's'team, the  prospects of��' players who wero , mere  toddlers when' I wore nn l\|i.E,I. Jersey. I  tried to do the same but everywhere I  looked a faceiwould trigger ihemorles.  Moro than birthdays i>r New Years  Eye, the provincial bnsKeMl tournament  marks the passing of anothor year for mo,  prompting reflections thnt, are not always  cheerful. As much as I enjoy basketball,  I'm always glad when the iseason Is ovor,  because It mentis I can get on with  whatever I'm doing without persistent  reminders of nn event that has assumed  too much Importance in my life. ,  I don't wnnt * to become like, tho  characters In "That Championship  Season," a powerful drarftrt that; wus  performed nt tho Arts Club sflvqral yonrs  ago. Tho play, dealing with tho tenth  '���  m^wtw^mtrnw***********^^ '  The Pmimum^frmb  Published Wednesdays at Seehell .'���.  on H.C.'x Sunshlno Const  - - -I he PcnimMlft-Tiinet'"��� - *-���������-  ���    (or Wcklprcb Publications Ltd,  ,    ' '      nl Sechelt, B.C.    ,  . IJok .110 ��� Secliclt, B.C,  ' i^i��<s^i#M*Sp'>��PVVWV't>��<,'P��'i<V<'PPP)^  special excitement and pride of being the  very best at a game we loved.  The cheers we hear are rarfely for us  now, but it's enough to. remember when  they were and to realize that applause and  adulation are not the essence of life.  -If they were, outdated athletes would  be the saddest people in existence as they  strain to hear the cheers that have died.  Ils~$500"Tnillioirgovernment grant from  southern priorities, has the "grace" to be  embarrassed "to be the purveyors of  programming that,is a gross cultural  invasioni"  But no-one does anything. Who really  cares abojit 20,000 Eskimo scattered  across the North? Even if they all got  together they cduld be accommodated in  Maple Leaf Gardens ��� hardly a political  everything* dictated by the South and our  values. Oolite frankly, they don't particularly like us if we are really the sort of  peopletliey see ontheir television screens.  It's little(entfugh to ask br their'fellow ;]^r^ouight,^CJa^d^,.ito/,tl^.,^frgf of  'Canadians who cheerfully spend billions collapse as a nation, the French-speaking  on satellite \technology and hardware to minority, large enough and sophisticated  say nothing of the luxuries of our affluent    enough in the~use~of politicaLhlackmail,-  ~societyrTheyr understand tnait we didn't   has forced us to recognise their claims to  set out with malice .aforethought to destroy  their pride in their nationhood and their  indigenous culture, but they did hope that  when we saw 1 what our good intentions  were doing tbatjwe'd at least do somethirig ...address ourselves to first. Surely neither  '\  j1.,,...  BURGER COOKERY by Pat Jester, HP  Books (McGraw-Hill Ryerson) cl978, $5.95  paper.  VANCOUVER DEFENDED by Peter  Moogk, Aiitonson Publishing (Douglas &  Mclntyre), cl978, 128 pages, $10.95, cloth.  GARDEN CONSTRUCTION IN PICTURES by Adrlcnnc and Peter Oldalc,  DD&C (J.J. Douglas) cl973. '  1, Burgers, battalionsand bricks could be  the title of this column because the first  book tells how to use a burger cooker, the  second about Vancouver's armed defenses  of the past and the third, Instructs In the  creation of garden borders and walls.   ,v  When 1 picked up BURGER  COOKERY, I was; expecting to find out  how to cook hamburger in mnny way's.  JnsWd, I Icarpedfhow \o uso those little  counter-top electric griddles that ure  ndvertlsetjl on TV. Marvellous things can  bo accomplished., with thesoi,gadgets.  Almost liny recipe that might bo malfeon a  .Btovo tob can bo dono Ip one of these little  cookowl'Jf there'are only two of you or If  you waift to economize and use|oply"a  kniilP'Htove", tho burger cooker seems  Ideal. Somo of thorn Imve, u ttyo-cup  cnpaclty and con stow, therefore,' fair  quantities of food for one* or two people.  ; PolynesiatT Stuffed Bratwttrsris  European sausage, split lined 'with  pineapple and wrapped in bncon. Aftei* a  few mlnufofl In tho cooker, it enn bo put on  nmhll rolls ready to eat.  Tho beginning of tho book is n buyer's  guide to various kinds of appliances, largo  und small. Tho middle of it has recipes ~  Irtdy mouth watering ones ��� while tho last  Heotloh glvoB a sorloB ofmenus whjch offor  vnrlety and onso of preparation. Make  pnndy, plzzn.and cv,en little pies on ypur  burger maker. It seems to bo ono gimmick  that Isn't ��� If only you have a little  _lmaglMtion,ftnd thia,fi��ok..��...., ��X. ...T-  ,.. 1 ��mJor0jft.J��>y,.ibttt .l.ahj ,not,u  collector of war yarns. But if I were I think  , I  DED  Major R.V. Stevenson, who Is co-author of  the book, Is the historian of the 15th Field  r Artillery Regiment, R.C.A. Man^ of us  who were small children during the  Second World War, had no idea how our  area was prepared in the event of an attack; Much of the news was censored, of  course, but there were plans, indeed, for  the protection and defense of the Canadian  west coast. Even, back in 1878, the Vic-  toria-Esquimalt batteries were In  operation. When the war broke out In 1914,  British Columbians "looked upon tho war  In Europe as theif own for membership in  the British Empire", Three vessels, Tho  Rainbow, The Algerine and Tho Shearwater, though, no match for German  cruisers, patrolled the Wcjst Coast down as  , t\r as Mexico.  to mitigate theieffects.  - So .far''.we've done nothing except  shuffle our feet and make excuses, and do.  you think the government with so -many  Southerns hassle^ohlits hands will spare a  couple of million^ to fund the ANIK B  project? Twenty-thousand Inuit are hardly  worth bribing even with an election  promise.  The ANIK B project isn't designed to  supercede > the need (for special  programming In the North, but it is hoped  to use it to demonstrate those needs ���.to  show that they are real, r)6t just the  dreams of a fevy idealistic people, and that  the Northern people nre competent to help  themselves and meet those needs.  If you should wonder, whether this  group of Ottawa-based Inuit have perhaps  , acquired in the sojourn with us the  aspirations for empire building and make-  Befween fhe lines  i  A Photographs of the (jompanlos In tholr lopai'Davida who may liave begun to feel  smart uniforms and their gallant poses 'that Goliath B.C. Hydro was Just too big  Wjspeakap patriotism seldom if. evof soon jQEihenk,  now.  mucior oi wur yuniH. am it i wuru k iiiuik  would enjoy V^COUVER1, "P^EN-  ED, In ll t\t* nlot ol picture's and^itorlos  Utor on, during World War Two, tho  gold and blue of the old days put by, and  the kakhl donned, soldiers constructed  batteries at point Grey, StanloyPark and  undor the North Narrows Bridge. Today,  there Is still evidence of gun em-  placetnents hnd forts ali along our coast,  but most of ttaftntfre'wqrgrbwn and long  forgotten.  GARDEN ��� CONSTRUCTION Is a  practical how-to for thoso of you with tho  time nnd Inclination to Improve your  yards. Usually It takes Just n browse  through one of these to get me planning  and dreaming. There are hints for lawn  makers: planting and turfing. Patio  people wiUjiflve fuh laying out bricks antl  slabs tho way the Oldalcs'.show. Fcncfb  builders will find some now Ideas, too.  Even crcntlng garden furnlturo out of  small trees tdiflfhko lovoly rustic benches  and tables is In th�� pages. At tlio end of the  . bookBweilntlJjeiishpondjcction,,   .  Many of tho garden, books havo only a  few pages with a few tiklo Ideas. This pn?  That's how I viewed the nows that  Hydro hnd hjidsome applications for nerlaJL  herbicide' spraying turned, downrlTfils  noriul spraying Is particularly offensive J    In nny cuso, wo now towon little wider  becauso   it ��� allows   for   virtually   no   margin for hopo. Something olso to smllo  ��� Hello, fellow square dancers, glad to  hear that you have had a good day. Well, I  have had quite a few good days myself like  on March'4th. I went along with caller  Harry Robertson and his beginner class  "and~some df The Sunshine Coast Country  Stars to the Annual Beginner Square  Dance Jamboree .held this yfear at the  Gladstone School Jti .Vancouver. There  were about,two setl^all told (well, some .  didn't). Anyway, the)fun started with the  ferry ran over a-lo�� or a- tugboat with a  ���great thump. However, there were no tugh  missing, but Harry had his own thoughts  as he said, don't worry, we just hit a pot  hole ahd you know, everyone believed him.  I everi-expected tjef'see a' grader-out there  on the .way home. ���" -"��� .       ���  " Well, to get'on;with the story, we  checked in at the motel, got squared a\va\.  went out to supper then back to the motel  .-ipr.3. quick changg, into oaLsgu^danc:e.;  nrfinery'r^rhen- we went,on.to the Gladstone  School'where a bevy of callers i too many  names,to put onto paper) put on a three-  hour program that was just fantastic and I  must say this, I have never heard any of  these callers do as well or call with so  much enthusiasm and it will be a long time-  before this jamboree will ever be  forgotten.  I went right to the top of the bleachers ,  ' and tried to counLthe^squares on the floor,  first time thru I got 38, the next time 42  squares with about-six sets on the sidelines  taking a rest. Well, youfigure it out, but in  --anyevent that's aJot_oL-square dancers  having a great deal of fun.  There were two real highlites of the  evening and the first' wairwhen I liad the  pleasure of squaredancing with a member.^,  of the Westburn-Wranglers, yes, Bonnie-  Brown from Burnaby, B.C. knew just  where I should be in the square dance at .  all times. She is just a great dancers and  why more of the younger generation don't  get into square dancing I will never know,  because it's not only great fun, you meet  new friends, travel from place to place and ���  even'country to country and- each square  dance is different, never two the same.   The-seeond-highlite was when-Charlie���  and Stella MaeGillivray were introduced  and Charlie took the callers stage by storm  and had the dancers just a whirling to keep,  up with his clear calls. When I asked how  old he was', I still don't know if he has been  calling for 39 years or if he is 39 years old  and holding. Maybe someday I will find  out, anyway, Charlie is a fantastic caller. :  Next morning at a pancacke breakfast;  Harry was up to his old tricks of tossing a  -pancake,- where it came frpm I do not  ��� know, but it landed on my fork, so what  else is new, I ate it. With a sigh in our  hearts an$, layghter.in our; vpicjjs ,we  headed forborne, ,with,another successful  square dance'jamboree'becoming-history.  With ttie news that'our oldest daughter  Sandra and son-in-law Ron had a new six  pound, eleven ounce baby boy, Brian  Maurice Tucker, we took for Victoria on  March 9 and kindasuprised Sandra on that  Thursday evening at the General Hospital,  in Victoria. We found that all are doing  well, even the father, and all are back  home. One thing that Sandra said to nic  was that she didn't know how it happened,  and I said, my goodness, I told you about  the birds and the bees and she said, I  know, you think I am dumb, why everyone  knows the birds sing and the bops sting and  I said well, there you are and she said oh!  " gee whiz, I just don't know what to inakd' of  that daughter of ours,  On the Saturday night I did get in..on a  square dance at the Colwood Community  Hall, where Fred and Chris Willing and  their Rocking Squares wci-e on hand, along  with caller of the evening Dave and Millie  ROutlcy and tlieir Frontier Twirler\s. Also  I talked with quite a few of the Mavericks  club, and they all seemed to know my'baby  sister Myrtle Olson who used, to. belong to  the Mavericks until she probably 'became  too unruly and they had to turn her out to  pasture, I really can't sec any of bur  family, quitting the square dance picture,  too much fun. Anyway, with over five sets  on the floor I was askiSd to do u guost tip  which I did with great pleasure, I Just  J��jippencd,to,have h hundred of my -records  with me, Tho atmosphere at the Colwood  Hall and the square dancers there was just  like homo, another square dance night 1  will never forget. ,  We|l, buck homo'again March 1,7, With  tho Sunshine Const Country'Stnrs and two  and n' half sets present, 1 camo to the  conclusion that I shftuld really learn how to  Uiat tilings aro not qultowlwpeleBs.MSo^^  had begun to feor.vthat perhaps B.C.   hour�� notlce ^always ��*<&��� to fill in  Hydro may  bo  vulnerable  to  public  opinion.  feasibility study should put your mind at  rest. It states categorically that the whole  project depends upon its acceptance by the  whole Inuit population in the communities  concerned. Even if they get government  approval and funding, they will not go  ahead without this grassroots approval.  This is traditional procedure "in Inuit  society, consensus is essential. It isn't'  possible to push through majority  decisions and impose them upon unwilling  minoritjesT-aitactic doomed_to failure in  the harelrliorthern environment."      ",  Does it matter to us in the rest of  Canada" whether the Inuit survive or are  bulldozed by technology into the North.  American melting pot?Ithink it does, and  if we let them go it wilTBe~only a matter of  time before the rest of Canada is absorbed  too.   ..  I believe the way we treat minorities is  the measure of our level of civilisation, not  whether.we have two cars in every garage,  a colour TV or two chickens in every pot.  .We are told that our callous disregard  for the needs of another cultural minority  equal status. One of the issues which both  the founding nations. share is our  responsibility to the First Citizens of this  land���a moral obligation which we should  of us believes in the late 20th century that,  conquest gives us the divine right, to  destroy another civilisation and culture:  Can Canada afford the loss of a culture  in which tenacity, resourcefulness, innovation, trustworthiness, co-operation  and an ongoing struggle for excellence  have been the dominant characteristics?"  These are the qualities mankind needs for  survival and the Inuit have a proven  record. Our need for them may be greater  than we realise. ���  What can we do to help? Make your  feelings known to the government. If you  don't have time to write a letter, clip this  .column, add your name and address and  nrall to���;��' Hon. Hugh Faulkner, M.P.  Minister of Northern Affairs, Ottawa. Five  minutes of your time and not even a stamp  needed, A copy of the feasibility study is  available if anyone would .like to read it.  By^ Dennis Fitzgerald  Sortie good nows this week for all tho    cards and letters and petitions coming,  folks. ,       .  Tho committee's decisions may mean  discriminations as to what ls sprayed In  the targot area.  , t IJydr.owIU continue to,uso herbicides on  , tho right of way but, for the moment, will  'bo restricted to a much more Selective  i slush and stump treatment progrnm,,  j    Even  more  encouraging  thnt  this  isolated victory Is the acknowledgement  | by both Hydro fyid tho pesticide control  j committee that spray Ing applications nro  now being given more rigorous scrutiny.  .lAhOMtiimQ:,^,*,..*..^^.,.,...,^ .,��.,���;�����:,.���.���:���. ,..:.,.  i I will bo interested ih the outcome of  Hydro's nppenl of the committee decision,  f U should offor somo Indication of Just how  | far tho government Is willing to go in  f lacking ��up the Judgement* of lower  iechelon experts,... ��� ., . , ;  Tho committee's decisions do not mean  dipt thes. Iwttlo ;|s;^oiyuid -UiBtt ��!!���. {M  abouyia we notice now daffodils nofldlng  by tho doorstep and tho broom preparing  to burst forth everywhere. Spring Is  MI^plnTlni'ahd tlio how life'^minds'iiis  thnt questions such as'our society's  reckless uso of pesticides nro not cioncorns  Wisely relegated to economists And  technicians. Thoy aro questions of  always rehdy  where 1 muy be needed due to tho fuel that  probably no one else can lie found. Cull 0115-  3359 nnd ask for Goltlon Tones for Information on square (innelng,  Doanno Robertson wns on the birthday1  , list for March and vyljon' asked how old she  really was she snld,', 1)9 i|ind holding like  everybody else, hmtTfmtp. Eileen Grooves  made a beautiful ct^ko for the occasion,'  but I Just don't understand the mean look  she had In her cyo. ,JacK Inglts^lso Joined  pur 30or eljib wltu.'tbo comment, moro  morality. Our persistent failure to resolve (>������ than .he can remember, but Undo  them ensts a long sbndow before us. **% when y��u ��rc yow>K at hoart the  APOLOGY      ���������'������-, .' ' : X       ,,       yoarMon't matter.      ,  This column also.has to Includo nn Well, onco iwl\\ 1 have caught up, so  'apologsr."- Duo* to'"Nprlntlng''(]lfrloultii��wlilAt^, fthO'good-iioi^^tiiinrnintl'lthd^rQol^itloi)^  week wo lost our editorial page, several  dry up, have u good dny'.and 1 will see you  <���  rogular columns, an important rovlow and  a fqw, othor items which  had  been  promised for publication. ' ;A  ��� ���" ToallourTendera and eontflbtitorsivho-  called to complain and to ��tU of those who-  didn't but wcrq annoyed, I enh only sny  will certainly  '1  6 _ ,          .   , ., _.., ,, ,..     ,,      v     thnU'm florry nnd that I  ,_,,   , .....   . ,.   . .    MsiOOpflgosmpsMylnphoto^flphsrand t^rayln^  *-ortnoiM'.*hcifs/^wvw^ v  .i ,'V, . ,"'" p i  at tho next squnro daneo. 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MORE ABOUT  Witness tells of threat  CRAIG N(L)RRIS- (back to camera)  puts the grip on an adversary at the  Roberts Creek Legion wrist-wrestling  competitions   March  18.   Norris  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Gales going places  ,-r-FroBtt Page A-l -  theyVul"bendeairwith~sevOTeIyTA"pIayef~  in such a situation has five days to appeal  a decision made by Mehan. Disciplinary  action By Mehan follows an interview with  the players involved and the referees.  This procedure is now followed in the  British Columbia Amateur Hockey  Association, which penalizes players sight  unseen based on reports filed by game  officials to the BCAHA headquarters.  ���In-order for,-a, league-to become a  member of the BCAHA it costs the league-  $200 per team. Add this to the player's pay-  to-play costs, and Mehan says there is  really no benefit to being a member of the  BCAHA. This is particularly true in the  case of the Burnaby league which has its  own governing biody and thus takes care of  its own.        j   "  The Burnaby league's directorship,  which consists of two representatives from  each team; is striving for the betterment  of the league, the players and the community.  An indication of the latter is the fact  that if a player is involved in a.public  disturbance within 48 hours after a game,  the player is liable to disciplinary action  Wednesday, March 29,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  'l&dSSlkdm*^^  *M��&qfli.  �����������  p4c  2P% OFF  Luxury Ambassador-Towels by Fieldcrest  Specially marked off Shower Drapes by McGregor  10% OFF  Wicker.Hampers _ 3*��  ^ Prices effective March_29th through April 5th   -���       -     -���gftS-  YOUR ONE STOP SHOPPING ,  NEXT TO CAMPBELL'S SH0ES    ��*���*,  FOR ALL YOUR BATHROOM NEEDS IN THE HEART OF SECHELT    Oj\  mmmmmmmmmfirmmr  mm^m  GoworPtHd.  GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES lowerGlbioniig  i  -^   bested numerous local'^ftall^^ZZ^r^^^a^e hierarchy  .4*  ���From Page A-l  whatjjappehed." -���  She told the court that Shannon left her  house shortly before noon on November. 10  ahd returned between 7:30 and 8.  ~JShe said he was pounding his fists on his-  knees, heaving back and forth, angry and  raving. ^  "That (obscenity) Bui. I was so (obscenity) mad at him today I could have  killed him. I even took a gun to his house  but he'wasn't home," she quoted Shannon  as saying.  She said she and Shannon had a long  conversation about lifestyles and that  when he lef t her house the next morning he  seemecHiveiy-happy^and-dieerful--froffl�����mditions4-nrissed^hgterminal and-liad ���  that evening. She said "as far as I can  recollect it was the 7:10 ferry."  However, under cross-examination,  Zorres admitted "it, could very well have  been 6 o'clock." She had also testified  under direct examination that "it was a  normal ferry ride as far as I was concerned."  Her latter statement was in conflict  with Uie earlier testimony of Capt. Anthony Burton, who testified that he was in  command of the 7:10 ferry.  He said that the trip to Langdale  regularly took 53 minutes but that on  November 10 the 7:10 sailing took 77  minutes because���due to extreme tidal  after   beating   Vancouver's   Dick;  Whitman in about two'secpnds.  MORE ABOUT ...  A reprieve  ���From Page A-l  continue business "according to the  needs" of the operation.  Propery owners in the area were  worried that the rezoning would lead to the  establishment of a sawmill at the site and  cause industrial pollution of the Tuwanek  area.  Area C Director Charles Lee, who  represents   the  Tuwanek   area   on   the  There'is widespread local agre^^&nt-  that the calibre of organization present in  the BAHL would greatly benefit amateur  hockey on the Sunshine Coast. It appears  to be up to the Gales' management to come  up with some kind of financial wizardry  which would enable local hockey to take a  giant step in the right direction.  "v.-  WALK WISE  WITH YOUR CYES  (������) Pedestrian Safety  LETS GET GROWING  spring Special  4-10-10 FLOWER & VEGETABLE  FERTILIZER  $5.49 per 40 Ib. Sack  PARKLAND LAWN GRASS SEED  $L59 per Ib.  Shovels & Rakes 33% off  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  our conversation."  "Everything looked its absolute  brightest," she said Shannon loved her and  there we're to be no more drug involvements.  The news of Black's death later that  day was "a nightmare, "she said.  "It-scared me to death"-that Shannon  could have been serious about wanting to  kill Black, she said.  In an effort to impugn Morberg's  testimony, the defence presented three  witnesses.  \ Elaine Spitzer, a Vancouver lawyer,  testified to having been introduced to a  Shawn McCord (an alias Shannon was  . then using) in the company of Greenberg  at her office between 4 and 5 p.m. on  November 10.  \s  Diana Zornes of Roberts Creek testified  that she had seen Shannon and Greenberg  on the ferry returning from Vancouver  to turn around to come back again."  On Thursday morning Eccles, under  police guard, appeared as a witness on  behalf of Shannon.  Eccles by his oWn description considered a "kingpin" in the drug trafficking  world, had been sentenced just two days  ��� previously to six years in prison for heroin  trafficking.  He testified that he had known Shannon  since 1972 when Shanhon was working for  the Narcotics Addiction Foundation and  that he had met Black on numerous occasions when both were purchasing, heroin  for their own use.  MORE ABOUT ,"-  'tid  .y.  ��'S-  Log jail story  j^riraJPagfe-AJL  letter.  However, during the depression years,  the distribution of relief was a life saver  for those in pgruitsula relief" camps.  "These poor devils in the relief camps  were working for pennies hand-hewing  cedar logs for culverts/' said Dawe.  About 1939 the police and relief departments vacated the-log cabin office and  rented one of the Union Steamship orchard  cottages, behind what is today the Sechelt  Bowling Alley.  The first jail was installed there in one  of the bedrooms.  "The cell or cage was quite a primitive  style thing," said Ingram. "I remember it  vividly as the iioetal plate sections sat for  weeks In the office, getting in everyone's  way before it was finally assembled, and I  had many a bruised shin from trying to get  past it. As to who had the honor of being its  first overnight guest I cannot remember,  but he had my sympathy."  The Wakefield Inn was sold in 1940 and  became a beer parlour. Dawe ^ald the  little log cabin likely sat Idle for n few  years or was used as storage up until the  '50's when a number of ladles operated  coffee shops out*)!; the buildings. At one  period during the 50's the old "log jail"  was called the Hava Java Coffee Shop.  Killam feels that regardless of whether  the cabin was. tfie first jail or not, it has  historical merit as the first police station.  "Obviously the cabin was'the, first  "police station and surely for that reason  alone, It's worth fixing up for everyone to  see," l>o sold.    ,    ,|  And because the fog building was tho  first   police   statiojN), Klllarrii feels   It  ' probably served as the first Jail, even  Without a cell. , -  ��� - "I'm sure if the police had n prisoner td  lock up, the station would be tlio logical  placfo to do lt," said Killam, "and In that  sense lt was a jail.  But Dawo disagrees. Before.  Sutherland's time when Helen Dawe was n  young girl, hor grandfather was-iho only  , low enforcement officer in the area,  .... ,.,< ''He left.peoplqloose until a boat came  from Vancouver. No one was locked yp  ttien and no ope was locked up ih the 6ld  police office by Major Sutherland, cither."  * * * ************  Eccles said that on October 31,1976, he  had told Shannon that he had been approached by Black and that "Mr. Black  had asked me if I knew anywhere I could  put a hit out on Mr. Shannon."  He also said that Black had said that he  ,    was willing to pay up to $5,000 to have  Shannon Wiled.;. "; -'''"'   ^^!^'  On.&-osS'exdmih��fi6h Eccles a'flfmitt&l  ��� that he and Shannon had occupied adjoining cells at Oakalla Prison during the  __Jast_year or-sOr-Proseeutor-DoastrQTerr  suggested that Eccles' whole story was "a  fabrication concocted by you and your  good friend Mr. Shannon" while in prison  together.      x  ^ In other testimony, Wendy Marie Rose  Sunuier said that as an RCMP toxicologist  she had examined Black's body tissue, and  regional board, said then that the  residents would take legal action to fight  the rezoning.  It also ]ooks like Sandy Hook property  owners protesting, "illegal asphalt  manufacturing" stand a chance of getting  more help from the board than indicated  at the March 16 meeting.  Board members told the residents then  that they could take no action against the  asphalt operation being conducted at the  Pacific Rim Aggregates gravel extraction  site because the operation did not violate  zoning bylaws. ���           -  .^^JHowever, Almohd said last week that  after"further, investigation "it seems that  more buildings have been erected on the  site than would be allowed for an ordinary  gravel operation."  He said the board had understood  March -16 that the asphalt operation  constituted "just a small increase in  useage" and that the business continued to  fall'iWitlm its .currently, designated non-  ,, conforming use.category,.     ; ^, . ,  Almond said he will recommend that  the board re-examine ,the matter.  . determined that at the time of his death he  had a blood! alcohol level of .08 and that  tiiere was Demorol present in his blood,  liver and kidneys.  RCMP Cpl. Donald James Watson  testified that a .410 cal. gun referred to in  previous testimony as being at Black's  home, was a potentially lethal weapon,  capable of killing a person at a distance of  up to 20 or 30 yards.  Earlier testimony by Daniel Taylor and  Dal Grauer, friends of Black, revealed  that the pair had taken the gun to Black's  home as "a joke". Grauer testified that  the gun could pot kill except at close range  and was not to be taken seriously.  The trial continues this week with  Shannon expected to take the stand in his  own defence.  Udelegation-Ied-bjr-Frank~Giampa,  chairman of the Sandy Hook Home  Owners Association, asked the . board  March 16 for a stop work order against  B.A. Blacktop.on the grounds that it is  operating a manufacturing plant at  Pacific Rim without benefit of a permit.  He said Planning Director Bobyn  Addison had told association,members at  an earlier meeting that since the asphalt  operation was a portable" plant and no  {wildings were needed, it did not require a  permit,  ���***���*******������*���  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  ��� ** *|"* ************ *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  NOW OPEN  Raggedy Ann's  Lower Glbtont  Dressmaking - Alterations  Repairs - Ready Made Clothes  & Craft Items  886-2515  OOSEp~bN TUESDAY  HEAR BOB SKELLY  Sunday, April 2nd, 2 p.m.  Topic: B.C. HYDRO  Everyone Welcome!  to be followed by  Annual General Meeting of the  Peninsula Centre N.D.P. Club  *  *  *  *  *  *  R RW^BtlfcF  twfI    piPwRR^RV  lr^  LOTTERY LOSIR?  Buy ouri and boa  ,.���,,,,:t.:,*j,,,,..,,:...,WINNBR-pp'p��~ ���������������>'������-���-"-���-  Pondor Harbour Oraduatot  Tlckoti    Prixoti lit; f��00  $5.00 2nd-$300  3rd - $200  pft03-9934 or 863-9910 -v  UmlUd numb��f .old only on tun��hln�� Cooit  ******************  .*.:,-  ���N       ..  ,f  are as important  as they are  torn  ���t  Moblje homes are playing an important role in  providing houslngforBritishColumbiantj... and the  Mobile Home Act has been Introduced to .provide  an Important service to those involved in mobile  ,.. 11W t 11 Vt^l ^ lUv>��l.!<S*l��* ^,,U���*'��^l^.,^pBP^>*!W*te>^Pf-..��^4-'i^����W^ 1,'<^V^*^����'Jjl*fcM.'.,(;'M^M'y-.HWl iviivpi^'fp'J.  The Mobile Home Registry, a first for Canada,  has been set up to recognize the rights and protect  the interests ol buyers and sellers of mobile homes.  It's similar to the Und Registry In that it acts as an  information centre that keeps a complete record  of the ownership and location of all mobile homes.  It meanti that all sales and changes of location arc  registered to protect ownership interests. If metfns  that a title scutch'can be requcsted'lo assure buyers  that they are Indeed getting legal title. And  because it provides lenders with better  security, it could mean better financial terms for  purchasers of mobile homes.  The Act Is In effect as of April 1,1978. After that  date all mobile homes must be registered before  4hoy, can be sold or moved. If you're a mobile home  owner at present, or arc considering becoming one  in the future,or arc Involved In the sale or financing  of mobile homes, you should be aware of how the  Mobile Home Act protects you. Information kits  have been sent out to all known mobile home owncre  and other Interested parties, but If we missed you...  let us know. , >,  Any Information you may need Is available from  tho Mobile 1 Ionic Registry in Victoria, Regional  Offices qf the Ministry of Municipal Affairs  and 1 lousing and Government Agents.  c  Province of British Columbia  Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing  .,,. Honourable Hugh AvCurtfs,IMInJsterL :,_���..,..,.  ' >",���     MOBIliHOMEREGlitR^:���~    -  825 Fort Stroot, Victoria,1 British Columbia VBW 2Y6 Phono 387M361  %ii,i' Jk,j,  ���.'���\'l  ��*, <  ���'I '  ���*��p*#-}-p  ���Wj^# WW��.��hS**rt*   (.VW.twrt��   <$*,*  ���gf w��*������wpw.  jmm,3*r4v  ��;*.p*#   _ M..mwMP^dnPnw.* ^mm.^*"f '  .���* ,J-  T*      *l      *    ���  ^te^fc***^ ��4 *  A!  .I'     y>  ).  y  7 .,'��� \,;,%��� .h  Christian Science  "Hearken unto the voice of my cry, my  HaHrftoon Boy happenings  Communitynews  KingrandTny_GodT formrto~tfiee_wilIT  pray." (Ps 5: 2)  In the waitings of Mary Baker Eddy is  found this passage: "True prayer i^TTqF  asking God for love; it is learning to love~  and to include, all mankind in one affection.  Prayer is the utilization of the love where  with He loves us. Prayer begets an  awakened desire to be and do good. It  makes new and scientific discoverfes of  God, of His goodness and-power. It shows  us more clearly than_we.saw before," what  we'already-have and are; and most oftfll;"  it shows us what God is." (No and yes Pg  39).  V  " /  By Mary Tinkley, 88^-9479  On Saturday, April 1, the- last' whist  drive ofjhe season will be held at the*  Welcome BeachrHallT-starting- at- 8-p^m^  Everybody welcome. -   _  The regular monthly meeting of the  Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary will be  at the hall on Monday, April 3 at 8 p.m.  ~ Carpet bowling will wind up for the  season with the games on April 10. So far,  both men's and women's teams have had  some-decisive victories and defeats~,"so  April 10 will surely see a tussle for the final  victory. All bowlers are urged to come  ' along and bowl for their sicje.  "   Gardeners in the area are reminded to  ���put a few plants aside for the annual  spring plant sale at the Welcome Beach  Hall on Saturday, April 22, at 2 p.m: On the  evening of the same day will be. a social  evening, when the Welcome Beach  Executive has arranged an exhibition of  square dancing by Maurice Hemstreet's  group.  TRAVELLERS  Bessi��_Mayb����isJiome after a visit to  her brother who owns a ranch at Williams  Lake. She travelled by B.C. Rail which she  found most .exciting,  offering sume~  spectacular sceneryrBuilt-more than half-  a century ago, it was originally known as  the PGE and is a tribute to the pioneers  who engineered it. _  One advantage to Miss Maybee of  travelling byB:C. Rail was-that the train  stopped right at the gate of the ranch  which was originally an old Hudson's Bay  siding. Her brother, Arnold Maybee and  his wife Vera live in a modern modular  home behind the old ranch house which is,  occupied by their daughter and son-in-law,  Linda and Jim Amos. They'rear cattle and  white faced ponies and they thoroughly  enjoy the winters with plenty of skating  and skidooing. By flooding their front yard  at the first frost, they have their own  private skating rink.  Thea Leuchte is home from Vernon  where she paid a visit to her son Nick and  his family who recently moved there from  -West Vancouver. They drove her up to the  Silver Star Ski.slopes where Nancy Greene  was taking part in some ski-ing events.  She returned home in time to entertain old  -friends from-West-VancouveiY Mable and  Derrick _ Hawkins and _ their children^  Barbara and Phillip for the Easter weekend.  SPRING!  Here on the coast, spring is very much  in-evidence, with forsythia and flowering  currant in bloom and many gardens bright  with daffodils. The telephone has been  busy with reports of hummingbgggf Erin  Kelly, a keen birdwatcher^ reports  sightings of geese flying north. ariSund  March 18. " ���  Easter brought a numberof visitors to  Halfmoon Bay. John Ellis spent the  holiday at the home of his parents, Alex  and Hazel Ellis. He has recently been  transferred to Whitehorse, Yukon, where  he is a district manager of a job creation  Branch under the Canada Works  Programme. He finds Whitehorse  historically interesting and the people  friendly. Guests at the home of Mrs. Ruby  Warpe are her sister and brother-in-law,  Micky and George Hills of Nanaimo.   Bert and  Phyllis Moore spent���the-  THE ARCHITECT'S MODEL Of the  new St. Andrew's Anglican Church to  be built thissummerat the entrance  to Front Road in Madeira Park. The  Sechelt notes  _i ^  Wedding bells  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  1,080-square-fqot building also will be  available to other denominations.  Cost of the building and property is  estimated at $55,000, of which $37,000  has already been raised by the  congregation! Donations for the  remainder are being solicited c-o St,  Andrew's Church, P.O. Box 236,  Madeira park. Peter Prescesky is  finance committee chairman, and  John Willcock is building committee  chairman.  The ding, ding, ding of a San Francisco  cable car was wedding bells for Wendy  Brackett and Robert E. Allen of Sechelt on  March 11.         Wendy is the second daughter of Lloyd  and Sophie Brackett of West Sechelt and  Robert is the son of George and Mary  Allen of Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt.  vThe couple wanted their wedding  ceremony to be different, and different, it.  -Easter-week-end-settling.into their new-  home on Mermaid Street, Sechelt. Their  telephone number is unchanged and they  hope their old friends from Welcome  Beach will look in to see them sometimes.  They have sold their Welcome Beach  Home to Ian and Carolyn Kirkland;   BEEFS AND BOUQUETS  This week's Beef comes' from a six-  year-old student of Grade 1, Halfmoon Bay  .School, who must surely be our youngest  reader. Dawn Goodman carefully-read the  report of Open House at the Halfmoon Bay  School, looking in vain for her name which  had somehow been omitted during Jhe^  printing of last week's Times. ^Sf^the  school open house, Dawn submitted a  paper on Oysters and two other children,  whose names were also omitted, were  Charlene Yearly who had studied Sea  Urchins and Tracy Laakso who prepared a  paper on Scallops and Sea Anemones.  Sorry, children!  -was^as-thoy-pledged-theii^vows-riding-the-  cable~car-down-Hyde-Street.-���L.   the weasel found at our back door, pb-  viously he had lost the fight with the  family cat. It did give us a chance to have  a good look at this sleek little fellow that  possibly could have killed the bantam hen  and her chick.  VISITORS TO BE RESIDENTS  Mark "and Jackie Lyden arrived in  Sechelt with their young daughter Kelly,  six months old, trom Miingavie, Scotland.  Jobs big or small  We do them all  Additions, renovations  To cupboards on,a_wall..  Good Homes we build.  Good Work we do.  - Pick up your, phone  Give us a call  ���-.>s<&  ii,1���  885-3129  ������~r-^fts:y  The trip ended at Fisherman's Wharf  where they were greeted by a small  crowd. .A reception was held there and  tourists joined in the toast to the young  m. '. -j T      i        ��� -i -     - ^round.-he should be able to work at his  The bride wore a formal creamy lemon   *"""> "c ��"uiu ��c ������c ���� nu"1 ai- ��M  Jackie, who is the daughter of Don  Radcliffe, said it was the milk-run and  took them a long 18 hours to fly here.  However, they are so pleased with the  Sechelt area and plan to settle here. Mark  is a cabinet maker, so with all the building  SEAVIEW MARKET  ��� Roberts Creek  10 am-6:30 pm, 7 days a week  also, we have a paint spray gun for rent  y ii _*: ���  silk gown with.a delightful floppy hat. Her  bridesmaid was Marlene Barnett of San  Francisco; best man was Ted Higginson of  West Sechelt. The Rev. Bob Kent" of San  Francisco performed the wedding service..  The cable car company was delighted  with their idea and provided the couple  with their shlnestcar for the occasion for  free. They picked up a few passengers on  the way, but with 15 people in the wedding  partyrthey had quite a group of their own.  The couple have taken up residence on  Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt. Robert is the  grandson of we;ll known gardener Janet  Allen of Halfmoon Bay.  Mrs. Lynn Allen who is botlLSister-and-  trade.  ���{&<���(  rwrv&o  >>k4r  a.,  -ihr^.  The. Creek runoff  Recycling is restarting  By Annie Dempster, 88S3326  You can now bundle up your  newspapers for recycling. Chris Belcher,  the delivery lady for the Sun, will be happy  to pick up any bundled newspapers left  beside your Sun delivery box. Ray  Ingham, the fellow that brings the papers  over from Vancouver every day, will  deliver the used papers to a recycling  plant;   ���  The Lions Club plans to set out boxes in  different areas for those who find it more  convenient to drop' their papers there. It's  really gr^at to see someone taking,  initiative in getting this program started  once again. Please encourage these people  by using this valuable service.    '  FAMILY AFFAIR DANCE  Don't forget the Roberts Greek Community Association's Ways and Means  Committee family) affair dance this  coming Saturday, April I, at tho Roberts  Creek Community JHall. Tickets are  available at Seaview Market. It Is hoped  FRAN OVENS  ARTIST  PAINTINGS & PRINTS  f| Studio, Wharf Rd,  Sochelt  /    Wod,  Thur��, Fri  11-3 pm ,  Homo 605-9996  that adults who attend will bring a plate of  finger foods to donate to the kitchen, There  will be no alcoholic beverages sold at the  dance, as it was suggested that we could  let the kids see that a person can have a  nice time at a social function without  having to get pickled. There will be live  entertainment as well as recorded music.  The kids are really! excited about going  . dancing with their families. One little boy  asked his mother to buy him a tux for the  dance. It should be a lot of, fun,  RAFFLE TICKETS  As a great many of you know, the  students from Roberts Creek Elementary [  are out in full force selling raffle tickets.  The response from you folks out there has  been just fantastic. The kids are reajly  enthused about the raffle as the proceeds  will go towards putting in a track around  the perimeter of the school grounds so that  the kids won't have to run along the roads"  anymore. The draw will take place at the  upcoming fun fair to be held at the school  on the evening of AprlL21.  "There ore a whole lot of prizes for this'  rofjtlo and they were all donated by  merchants from Qibsons, Roberts Creek  and Secholt.   ,  HAPPY NEW HOME  Congratulations to Allan and Jane May  on their now home on Hall Rood. Hope  you'll bo hoppy there, folks.     '  sistei>in-law to^endy ��� sisters marrying  brothers, Lynn tb^Bill and Wendy to Bob ���  held a shower at her home in Sechelt,  Thursday, March\23.  .Present were Sophie Brackett,- Mary  Allen, Bonnie Wigard, Heather Brackett,  who made a lovely cake for the occasion,  Liz Stockwell, Gladdy Prost, Pete  Tschaikbwsky and Lorie Brackett.  It was a wine arid cheese miscellaneous  shower'&nd Wendy received maqy,wonderful gifts, a grand time ehjoyettrby  everyone.. "A::':      ���'��� ^*��~**��",  SMORGASBORD      |  Sechelt Auxiliary to^t. Mary's Hospital  will hold their annual |nriorgasbord April  29. Tickets are available now from Mrs.  Billie Steele, 885^2023,^ at the monthly  meeting Thursday, April 13 at St. Hilda's  Church Hall. The event Will be held in the  Senior Citizens Hall with music by the  Penn Kings.  DICK WHITTINGTON DANCER  The highest reward for a teacher must  he when her pupil performs so well she is  mistaken for the teacher. Val Tomkies  taught the belly dancers, but it was Julie  Klachen who danced the solo in the Dick  Whittington production. This dance was  dorie with th^o most graceful motions and  none of^ the gyrations often association  wlth.the movlo versions. Julie danced her  part excellently, backed up by the chorus  line of the mysterious East.  WILDLIFE STILL ABOUNDS.^  . Always a delight to com^i across our  native wildlife, like each time a deer is  spotted along the roadside ] pausing fpr a  look at you before dashing Into tho bush.  Well, this Week I wfl^ifortunate to see a  young bobcat'crossing the road. Llko any  other young animal he took his time nnd  stopped at the slUe of Uio' road briefly  before ntovlng into tho woods.  Not so nlco to see them dead ��� as was  '-���>���*$$  Mi,  WW*  mtWx  Wm    Js^SUSSKc  y^iW   ��� V'<" *\ *'',.���$$  s't'rfa-  ROUTE  ���' ,  A<>% <��*<��*  WtA:  :��  ���-s-m.*  ./>%��� VS w*��W'''W'**M,   .  tyvwfts!  HOWE SOUND  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  VIA HORSESHOE BAY VIA LANGDALE  '' .������ ������*"-������' p*p^:^^p  Thelollowing schedule will be in effect from Tuesday;  April 4 until Thursday, May 18, inclusive:  LV HORSESHOE BAY.  DAILY  7:40 am  10:10   '  11:30  12:30 pm  2:40  4:55 pm  6:15  7:05  9:20  11:30  LV LANGDALE  6:30 am  9:00  11:15  ���  12:35 pm  i:35  3:50 pm  6:00  7:15  8:15  10:30  V p *  wrm JERVIS INLET Present schedule will continue'  'JLm between Earls Cove and Saltery Bay (Powell River)  until Thursday, May 18.  Summer Schedule on' both" routesWiir commence  Friday, May 19.  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  FERKYCQRTOKATION  7"*"*""-"��� For Information phono  ~  * ..  '"*"**''w"'"crt��1S1'  A>  m��*Ar*1m.��4  VANCOUVER 669-1211       LANGDALE 686-2242   &  ih.  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'        p    I     '  '1   i,   , I , i ! ..  -V -^Wftt.  ,   ���~ -   ���>--  Happenings around the harbour  ^her^^ EasteTbonnfet"  By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308 yjCmJ  4&  highlights meeting  --WediiesdayrHarcB^9, Ws  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  j    Greenpeace CTusader Dave McTaggart , Nanaimo, presented^ film <<alled__1The���  highlighted'theTVIarch,meeting of fheTvWay Back," a. documentary about the  Sunshine Coast Power Squadron with tales"* transplanting of the Sea Otter.  _of his fight to save the world's whale'-' '.  Members of the squadron learned that  ��� population. ���       ���-���--^-^^^Me^tter_werje-.once-plentiful in Nootka- ���.  . McTaggart has traveled the seas of,   Sound,"tfiey-were^irtually-����tmct-by-W29r-���  ���  o^t    ���    tt   *    x>      <n  A* ;���:���-   L ---'-������ " ^~~"   Europe, the South Pacific>nd the North        Thirty otters were first transplanted to-    -  The RC Legion Easter Bonnet Parade -members wish to thank Mike Simkins for / Atlantic to protest the* killing of Whales, the area by air from the Aleutian Islands  and Dance was a tremendous, success, his help on the entertainment committee. .Porpoises and dolphins. He warned the and in 1972 otters were successfully  Eileen Alexander won first,prize for the v Ted Mitchell at the' Medical Clinic sent a squadron that Fin Whales are just about��� transplanted in floating pens aboard the  most original, . secorid went, to 'Mrs. message of thanks to the members fbr exti"ct off the shores of Iceland and there G.B. Reed, a fisheries research vessel '  Woodworth and third to Ruth Kobus for the    their gifts of rockery and other plants and   ls a similar danger here. -\     . The power squadi-on meets again 'in  most comical. Everyone enjoyed dancing,   stated that he-has all he needs f0r-mis----Ian-MacAekie-o��-Federal-Fisheries,-   April at the home of Annelies Richter -  to the big band sound of the Harbour    season. >-���������  Lights. '    ��� ���     ' -  PH DART LEAGUE ^mSnSZn        r n i.   ��� M  The PHDart League had their annual    aJF^SS nC��b T^lr*?1 ?*��*?  dinner and trophy awards at the RC   Site��� �� ?V     Madena Park The Fitness Service will hold both Regional Board support. The board has  T^inn Hnll SnturHnv Mar^v. 95  t^rtino    ^'"wiwry acnooi UDrary. Fitness Testing and a Blood Pressure voted to apply for a grant that would allow  FASHIpNSHOW ���       -   --^^Clinic-one-lasyinje before what could be the Community Resources-sponsored  There w41Lbe.a fashion show April 15,2 -*e end -oi this successfuL.program._ ^ group to be kjjpt going under new spon-  p.m. in the Legion Hall. Tickets will be on Program Co-ordinator Fran Berger has sorship>--, {_...          ^...  LCHOQUER &JSON1  XERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR-INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Mt" C. VON 3A0 EA$T P��W0KE BAY ROAD ^ *�� ��"**  R��>: 885-2686  Final week for fitness testing;  Legion Hall Saturday, March 25. La_dies._  high score; was Myrtle Page^ 140, _and)  Men's"High~-was Ed McAllister.  HEALTH CLINIC. . - ���---" ---r ~~�� -��-������.       ---^r--._T ��..����B��.��0 _ _  AUXILIARY BINGO sale at Miss Sunni's, Family Fashions and   been notified by Canada Works that its        This week\ Evans Hermon  will" be,  --The PH Health Clinic-Auxiliary wUl be   th^- RC  Legion-   ^^^   The   clothes   grant will not be.renewed afterjts-expiry--..holding both-Fitness Testing-and-a-Blood  tiding a bingo at the RC Legion Hall April   modelled mn ** b����� FamilyFashions   date at the end of the month. Pressure CJinic in the Trail Bay MaU from  J'       1"'~  '    "    ~         However it is possible that the Fitness    10a.m. to 12p.m. and again from lp.m. to  Service may continue in the fall with   "4 p.m. on'Mar'ch 30.  Have your blood pressure checked,  then step up and down two.steps in time to  music for three^to six-minutes,,and you'll  haveraHfairiyiaccurate idea of how yoSF  heart copes with exertion.  For more  information  contact the  Fitness Service at 885-3611. ���--    '  holding a bingo at the RC Legion Hall April   mod^ed will be from Family Fashions  1-at 2 p.m. Admission is free. -  fd ^ir styles by Miss Sunni. There will  pasimo Kirur    ''  ��� ** ^tyles sulted t0 nearly everyone, with  cA&jNUNibHi local7models displaying these and Vi  CasinMightisAprill,7:30p.m.,a PH Evans narrating.. Refreshments'will be  Community Hall with admission  free, served/  Come an* play crown and anchor, bingo, WBlKTrk^n ��  blackiack and don't disappoint your pais PENDER HARBOUR��HOTEL  with little "mousies" as they are~ex- ~    The pH Hotel dininS room and coffee  pecting you to come and bet tin the shop.is  open once  again  and  Brian  coloured hole they don't go in. No minors Schaefer and little Kathy are operating it.  will be allowed. Hot dogs, coffee and pop, Bonme Dubois is the horning cook. The  plus adult refreshments will be available, hours are 7 to 5 for the coffee shop and 5 Sunshine  Coast  Scholarship  The Droceeds from events like this en P-m. to 9 p.m. for the dining room. T^ey   ���  ine  aunsnme  uoast  bcnoiarship,  ine proceeos irom events UKe mis go closed Sundavs for th? nrpspnt Th*   Bursary and Loan Society is conducting its  ,mm*mimm*cEZSZw3��   "StaWSThSj ��S Z   ���!   �����-   ��*   ��-*   to   provide  m HmtSiM&Z*%��gte   J��<"�� * B*" ��nd he would !ove to see   fSS^mmmT * students f����� te  Lies Club Internafonal. The,r officers   Th s *p no so. He and to w.fe like to Private individuals   and    some   mime L pantomime. The f.. is g p.  rSJtSjSXS   organizations make donations to tt^Lcl.^     ^  Annual  fund appeal  gets under way  The Sunshine  Coast  Scholarship,    WI ISO II   CrGGK  Mime classes  Mime classes will be held every  Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at the Wilson Creek  Scout Hall.  ^r^sr-Frai* Itoyit. 1st Vice Fres. my****** ,naKe uonauons to tne tunc  ^^ter^njafield^n^���^   Larson-and-SecretarrilorMansfield: I^gion-and-other-organizations aTong with the hel   of schoo/co^dSs  PH SENIOR CITIZENS Waltce[ Higgua. of Madeira Park mA-^^j. the applicants for these loans.  .Senior. Citizens  of  Br.   80,   Pender   Shern Silvey of Egmont were married in        Tne repayment has been  excellent  Doug Vernon, the_class instruGtoiv-has_|  taught mime at SFU and Douglas College:j  He performed in Gibsons and Sechelt a few  years ago with the Mime Caravan.  pcmui ��� i,ni��t;iK>   or   or.   ou,   render    .f.     ���" �� v  Harbour, attended their monthly meeting   Va"couver last Thursday. _ since 1971. However, in that year records  in the Community Hall and were en-   aofK a��y��"e ls interested in gotting, please   were destroyed in the fire at Elphinstone     A-i-.   ~-'        ������   J.  -tertained-with-a-progrart^o^travel-films-f7t^touc^Wlth^ If   there; are   any^xr~ArtS  COUtlCII   TO  arranged by'* Jack  Heidema.  Michael   m\t -' ^i��,-M����!��-s~. r *u:��� r���j ...u. L  w   ww����bbw��b   ��w  Simkins provided the projector and        The PH Sunshine School would like a   repaid their loans, it would be appropriate  operated it. There were two 16 mm colour   .��** fndge and old electric fry pans,   to do so at this time. aPPr0Pnale  beneficiaries from this fund who have not  operateditThereweretwoiemmcolour   use^tridge and old electric fry pans, ^^&^,^ta,W^^ SpOHSOr  CritiOUe  films''Friendly New Zealand!'(which was   teSte��tf������ J3-2406-' .   ..  ,t Members of the society pay an annual The Sunshine Coast Arts cJunciI~ls  just what the title indicated) followed by a        *�� ' f��f ^^e your saleable items $1 membership fee and organizations pay sponsoring an Art Critique TprU En 1   moM sophlsticatedjjiece of work form   ^J*��* Auction April 29. Phone 883- a $2 membership. These small amounts to 5 p.m. at the Roberts Crteek ComiriuSty  South Africa, ''Journerto~the-Sun!l.The--23--8-7JoLPick,iip       J are used for-administration, postage and - Hall.                                      ommunity  Organic gardening SSKpia^ -saraa.^..,^ lis z,-������ ~  course April 6  The course in Organic Gardening will  Anglican Church site. membership fee call Mrs/Regan at 886-  The government paving crew are back   2204, Mrs. Richter at 885-3394 or Mrs.  to finish the job. Leave your old tires on.   Rankin at 885-9787.'  Artists wishing to participate may  submit up tojthree paintings for a fee of $2.  Call. 885-3414.    ,  ���starton^hursdayrrApFil-ernotrAprins^as"  announced in the green .Continuing  Education progc&m- - ��D<^ltTl%ir^t>ril.J',  Classes will be held .in, RoW'llO'of  Elphinstone Secondary School at 7:30 p.m.  Bob Morgan will introduce students to  the wonders of organic gardening in six  two-hour lessons. Subjects include plant  growth requirements, planning and  planting, soil preparation, cultivation,  insect and disease control, harvesting and  storage.  Please pre-register by calling Continuing Education at 885-3512 between 9  a.m. and 4 p.m.  Elphie students  win  A group of Elphinstone physics 12  students won two third place bronze  medals at the second annual Physics  Olympics held March 18 at UBC.  The students competed  against  21  Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island  secondary school in seven eyentsTThpir'  awards were In the. electrical Alackbox  and bridge building categories, ^"^v  Students who participated in the desl���  and construction of the winning entries  ��� were Charlotte Bandi, StovoGlayton, John  Envoldsop, Colleen Hoops, Eric Peters,  Shane Renouf and Philip Rinaldis. They  are students of Terry Miller.  Now "Snoopy" cards on ourracks, the  moro you read the greetings tho broader  you smilo. -Miss Beb's, Socholt.  ������  .,,..,,,.,,.������,,. ha v�� you bf��n to - -'���'���������' ���-  Th�� Horon  on gow��r pt. road yot?     ���  "Oood WholQiomo Food"  ;,,��,.,,*,.nionilthrM.iat 7.am. 6 pm ����.��.  ���unday 10 am - 6 pm  Did you get  Unemployment  Insurance  mi97yr  ff so, you hav^e probably  received a tax information sli]  (T4U)inthemail.  ,*��,!',  (p.. -4- ��i*��fcp|-(,��W!il*��J J(t fttfc'  If the slip hasn't  arrived...  If you didn't get a T4U  from us, go to your local  post office. Pick up a postal  reply card to apply for  duplicates. Fill it in and  mail it. Yotf 11 get your  duplicate T4U irx time; to  file your tax return;  If the slip has  aitived...   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_J^e ^on^Dnual "OK_Tire Challenge _
Cup" islup for grabs again this year, with^
the best of five play-off beginniflffApril 1
and 2 at the Sunshine Coast Arena and
,   continuing April 7-9 in Powell River.
The play-off matches'the winner of the
six-team Powell River Commercial Men's
League against the Coast Gales.  The
I   trophy, sponsored jointly last year by the
' "Sechelt and Powell River OK Tire stores,
*   is presently in the possession of-the Powell
River Taws, who last year defeated local
champs Wakefield Inn" in a best of five
Last year's series opened with two
hard-fought games in Powell River. Both
.   * were decided in overtime by only one goal.
The series concluded in Sechelt with the
Taws sweeping the series 3-0.
Word out of Powell River is that the
second place Taws have advanced to the
_finals after—taking-the-Bruins-to five
:,    games, all three of their victories coming
.'   in sudden death overtime.  The  other..
-Powell-River_iinalist_is_ the Inn, which
the championship series, the Gales _wilL
need all the support they can muster.
Powell River League President Leo
Brosseau said they have been averaging
800 to 1,000 fans for the semi-finals and
anticipate an even larger crowd when the
Gales arrive in Powell River for the third
game of their series.
__ _ Certainly_theGales are hoping f or-some-
good support for the first two games here,
it would definitely take the pressure off the
following weekend if. they needed only .a
single win to wrap up the series.
Play-off action begins Saturday, April
1, at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 2, at 2
p.m. '      't
March 29,
The Peninsula Times
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Redskins and won the game 6-0.
Sports briefs
Winter Club skating
The Gibsons Winter Club will/open for   p.m.; the Bantams play from 5 p.m. to 6:45
ice skating from March 23 to April 2. Pre-   p.m., and the Midget Juveniles play from
-seheeler-frwith an adult may skate from 10   6:45 p.m. to-feSft-frm
club will-instruct the-tourse, the-first—
session being on gun safety on April 7 at 7
p.m. The minimum age is 12 years old and
cost of registration is $10. For more information, call Andy Anderson, 886-2022,
or Mr. G.R. Ruggles, 886-7701
The Sechelt Rod and Gun Club reports a
good turnout-for their trap and skeet shoot
held on March 19. The Sechelt Club is
giving out information for their CORE
finished'the season comfortably in first
place. .
In this year's series with the Bruins, the
Gales managed to split the weekend,
losing 6-3 Saturday, then coming back with
an exciting 4-3 win Sunday. Considering
that the Bruins haven't even made the
finals, and.thatthe_Gales will he hampered-
by a two-week layoff due to the curling
bonspiel, it will definitely be an uphill
battle for the local squad.
With both—Powell River finalists
playing right up until the Thursday before.
IHL concludes
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skating from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The fee for
pre-schoolers during the day is 50 cents.
The evening session is 50 cents for students
and 75 cents for adults.
AiTadvanced gymnastics course under
coach Ed Nicholson will start on April 4
and run to May 23. This course is for experienced gymnasts and will emphasize
the construction of routines with floor
exercises, the balance bar, vault and
parallel bars.
The End of Season Minor Hockey
Finals will be held at the Sunshine Coast
Arena on April 9. The Pup Finals are from
8:30 to 9:45 a.m^; the Atom Division Finals
are .from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; the Pee
Wee finals are from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30
Elphinstone Secondary gymnasium on
April 21. Trophies and awards will be
presented at the dinner and every player
in the league will receive a crest from the
Sechelt Minor Hockey Association. John
-McKeechie ofCh.8 TVsports will emcee-
the evening the Babe Pratt of the NHL
Hall of Fame will appear as special guest
speaker. Tickets for the banquet will be
on sale at the arena on April 1 and 2 and 8
and 9 for $2 each. For more information,
please phone Freeman Reynolds at 886-
The GibsonsJVildlife Club .will start
"their government CORE program at 7
p.m., April 5 at the clubhluse with a get-
acquainted and registration night. The
CORE program is mandatory for tflose
wanting a hunting licence. Members of the
and George Flay, 885-9429. There will be
day shooting in trap and skeet on April"2,7
and 16. There will be night shooting on
April 21. Please "remember that hunting
licences expire'at the end of March.
Gibsons reports that things have
slowed down a little from a week ago. A
few bluebacks are being taken in the Gap
but Gower Point, Twin Islands and Sataop
Rock are still slow. Some springs are
coming in down Port Mellon way in the 12
to 14 pojund range.
Pender Harbour reports a good run of
bluebacks all through the area. Troll using
a white, greener blue flashtail and stay
close to the surface. Springs are still being
caught in the neighbourhood of eight to 12
pounds. Camerons in Madeira Park will
sell you Uve bait.
regular season
In the last games of^the regular Industrial Hockey League season on March
19, two close games were witnessed by
players on both benches.
 The  early-, game -had-the^dQrange
Ruggers slipping by the Black Marauders
4-3 on a last minute goal by left-winger
Nova Scotia-Cecil.
In the second game the Red Barons
were indeed fortunate ^salvaging a 5-5 tie
with the Green Machine whose tenacious
forechecking had the Barons__v_ery
disorganized in their own end.
With less than five minutes remaining
in the game, sloppy play by the Machinists
in their own end resulted in the" two Red
goals necessary to tie the game, negating
what would have been a Green-winihg goal
by Stack from Texas.
Easter weekend means  the annual
curling bonspiel at the arean, thus no
' hockey this past week. However, the IHL
semi-final play-offs will be held April 2.
is coming
and the grass is growing!
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THE SALISH HAWKS Hockey Team   |imwmmmii«im^^
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Championship Hdckey Tournament ln
kamloops March 31 'to;,-April-2rTlur
Hawks are here top row left to right:
Evan Jeffries, Daron Dixon, Ernie
Dixon, Ian Dixon, Trover Paul,
Robert Joe and'Bradly Joe. Bottom
row left to right: Adrian Dixon,
Rickle August, Kevin August, Keith
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The remar  Section B ~ Wpdnemfav March 2<) 1978 *  Paces 1-8 '* *nd  Williamson's  Landing  areas  will. year grant and could not be counted on for   got wind of the plan for a common corridor   plans for provinc  -Li ;���= !y,^r*Uy' 1:Idrc11 *a> f r,.�� 2 -    proceed if regional BOard directors decide   long-term financing purposes.    .    > which would have usurped those agenciesL-jereation._of_a.l  Norman Buckley, former  hospital administrator, dies  proceed if regional board directors decide   long-tepm financing purposes. > which wouldlhave usurped those agencies!.  to stand beside the decision they made last       DirectM^BerQieJVIulligan-argued-that���C0Btrol"orfM rightof^way;  Thursday in a Public Utilities-Committee���afl_exception to the policy also should be       He saj^ ^ g^ Indian Band officials  remarks were in reference to  provincial legislation enabling  _of_a.l_utility_.��ommission���to.  Norffjan Buckley, former St. Mary's  Hospital- administrator, passed away  March 23 at St. Mary's.  This man put_so rMch^hiniself.-iiito~  -StT"Mafy7s'"_HoSRital  as   its  first  administrator. He closed out the old hospital  at Garden Bay and opened the  new  were always referred to by Norman as  "His Girls".  Wherever he lived, Norman worked  ..har^for-the community^    "  A charter member of the Sunshine  Coast Golf and Country Club, he liked  nothing better than to be out on the fair-  building at Sechelt, The growing pains of ���** ways enjoying a good game of golf.  building this medical venture were eased,  by him.  The six auxiliaries to St. Mary's-were  guided ^to form a__co:ordinating._council- -  through him" and encouraged to  par-,  ticipate as volunteers to aid and comfort  its patients. Thus the auxiliary members  * ;  Hustle to Friday  night disco beat  The Wilson Creek-Community Theatre  is-sponsoring a disco dance' for. teens  Friday, March 31,,at the main hall on"  Davis Bay Road.  The dance starts at 8 p.m." and will  feature Top 40 and disco tunes, as well as a  light show. Refreshments -will alsb- be  available. -  ~ Admissloius,$l'.50-and-advanee-tickets~  meeting.. -     --   (  Extension of water to those areas fronji  Langdale system had been���in-doubt,-  despite an earlier commitment from the  board, because of financing difficulties.  .That previous commitment,_howeve_r,_  appeared to be just the springboard the  directors' needed to justify ..ignoring a.  policy adopted by the board in February  and to apply to financing costs 100 per cent;  of the gas revenue sharing monies which ]  would derive from the expansion.\      /-.  The February policy stated "that-dio  more than one-third of such monies could  beappliedjnthe financing.  Hewas organist_at_St._Bartholomew's  Cfiurchin Gibsons, where he collapsed  -    The board previously hasinsLst6d-that  -several months ago, an mdication_of Jhe_Jyater line-extensions'should be totally  are available at 885-5422.  -illtiess thatrwasto'end His life,  Norman Buckley was born in Rockdale,  England, coming to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan as a wee babe. It was in this city  that he met and married his wife Marge.  He was a very active past president of  the Gyro club in Moose Jaw. Moving to  Kelowna to be the Kelowna-Ne'lson  Hospital's business manager, he worked  as an assistant adriUnstfatbr.  He was a former president of the  Kiwanis club at Kelowna, where the first  senior citizens home in the province was  their objective'. Here too he was an  organist, this time at the Church of the  Redeemer.    ���       *  Takingon the job as manager of the Coop at Bamfiejdjon the west coast of Vancouver Jsland,Jite- also set-to work togetiT  schoof for the children-of Bamfield.  The existing school was a mess and  Norman said if he was going to stay there  he was going to get a new school.-  Campbell, the Minister ot Education at  that time, noted how much work Mr.  Buckley had'put _into getting the school,-  many trips to Victoria. Not only did he get  everyone working on the project ��� much  of which was voltihteer help by the Indian  poulation, the West Coast Cable station,  fishermen, etc. ��� but the minister said the  completed school, which included a  machine shop and a home economics  room, was built for less money than a one-  room school built at Qualicum-  Retiring from St. Mary's Hospital, it  was not long before he was back to work,  this time in Nakusp assisting -in the  opening of a new hospital there.   self-financing. The departure this year  from that position is due to. provincial  legislation which assures the district that  gas revenues sharing monies will be  regularly    allocated.    Those!  funds  made for supplying regional water to the  North.Road area, buUhe-majority-of-the-  boardindicated that they were unwilling  to bend the rule a second time, particularly since no similar commitment had  been made, to North Road, residents.  Thereof McCallister, alternate director*  for Area A, apposed the Pine Road-  Williamson's plan on the grounds that the  board was "setting a dangerous  precetent'." .  �����������*���  The committee also heard a report, for  Director Peter Hoemberg that plans for a  common utility corridor .through- the*  . Sechelt area were^Jback.Wl square, one"���  -because'~a"pfeviously agreed- strategy  worked out with provincial officials had  gone awry.  The setback means an indefinite delay  for "extension of a 14-inch water line to the  West Sechelt and Redrooffs areas.  Hoemberg told the committee that B.C.  ha^d_been_calle_dJo_a-meeting-in-Victoria-  February 22 to discuss the matter. They  had assumed that the meeting was to iron,  out details irfthe earlier strategy, he said,  but instead it turned out to be the death of  that plan. v  He quoted a Ministry fit the Environment official present at the meeting  as saying "You know you can't interfere  wjth Hydro. Even the province can't do  regulate the proposed corridor, Hoemberg  said.  NATIONAL HOMES  i.   M.M-  X..-mm��M.  Walk, jog, run,  skate, ski, swim,  paddle, pedal.. .  don't let life  catch you with  your head down.  Fitness is fun.  Try some.  pamtapacnon,  3cnonkm*c  .offers over 100 Models  For more information  on National component  building system call:  Mikk Mikkelsen  Cliff Richmond  I Sechelt;:885:-3_231~ ~  ���       [$|   NATIONAL HOMES LIMITED      !  I Yes / would l,ke lo see the complete selection or I  Hattonal Home designs Please send me your I  catalogues ���  I   NAKIC I  5  ADDRESS 5  for Timber Days  Timber Days will go ahead May 21 and  22, despite an earlier, lack of people interested "in organizing the Victoria  weekend event.  Chairman Carl Chrismas said that the  Timber Days committee nowhasxenough  people to successfully organize the annual  two-day celebration, although plans are  still in the beginning stages.  Chrismas said the project was slow  getting started this year because people  willing to organize the event were hard to  find:   "But our meetings have been well-  attended and the interest in Timber Days  is definitely there," he said.  Committee members will be making  the rounds of local businesses to solicit  donations for the project. Chrismas said  service clubs and organizations are  already reserving booths.  'olice investigate  Macleod's theft  RCMP are investigating the theft of  $2,000-cash-from4he=MacI#od^store-on^  He was active in the Georgian Chapter.  Saddened by his death are his wife  Marge in Selma Park, two daughters,  Milton and Carol Furness-of Seattle arid  five children, "Norman and Naomi Schmaltz of North Deltarwith two children.  A memorial service was held Easter  Monday, March 27, at St. Bartholomew's ,  Church.  lDrL_Alan_J>_wanr_when���informed~uf~  IbnrnaiT^u^ey&^d^tlv .^aaid^h%had.,  found him to'be"avery kindpertohwhogot''  along well with everyone. He was a'friend  as   well   as   the   administrator.   The  changeov.er from the old to the new is a  demanding process taking a long period of  place  Cowrie St. in Sephelt.  Police say the break-in took  sometime during thcnight of March 18-19.  On the same night, a thief, or thieves  stole an expensive radio-telephone outfit  from a boat at Duncan Cove.  Sechelt police will crack down on noisy  motorcycles in the village following a rash  of complaints from residents.  Police said they will take "a hard line  approach" in enforcing the village's  motorcycle bylaw, which' gives RCMP the  authority to controlthe indiscriminate use  of bikes.  Horses in the area better watch out,  too. Sechelt RCMP plan avsinjilar crack  down on horses wandering out on the highway, ������  Police aje worried that with the increased summer traffic, loose horses will  prove to be a hazard on the roads.  A $60 knife was stolen from the Continuing Education trailer at Chatelech  Junior Secondary School sometime during  the night of March 22-23*.  Jackson Bros.',.,Logging reported on  ~March"2l)lhat7iroad building machine on  their pr6perty had been hit by vandals who  smashed the machine's windows. The  matter ls under Investigation by Secholt  RCMP.  Buckley. ��� Peggy Connors.  Pickup accident  yields fine  A 35-year-old local man whose half ton  ��� pickup severed a hydro pole and then  overturned in a small pond at the Porpoise  Bay campsite was convicted in; provincial .  court last Thursday for driving while over  .08.  Richard Lyle Peters, a logger, pleaded  guilty to the charge and was fined $500.  Peters has until July 1 to pay the fine and  must take the impaired drivers course  during a six month probation period.  Police found Peters beside his overturned pick-up February 19. Peters liad  smashed a window to free himself from  the vehicle. '  Barbara Edgar of Langdale was fined  $100 after pleading guilty to driving while  over .08.  .  .....'' Edgar, who is unemployed, will have  , until July 1 to pay the fine and will be on  probation for six months, during which  time she will take the Impaired drivers/  ���courso. The 28-year-old woman's licence  was suspended for six months. 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"CATERING! Let Roberts
Creek Hospital Auxiliary
take care of your next social
event. Quotations'& menus for
private parties or larger
events from Mrs. Raines, 885-
3457 or Mrs. Ironside, 885-9286.
 -         4099-16
'•   is theanswer to your
For a demonstration
at your office call
Birth Announcements
LEIGH WOULD like to announce the arrival of her
baby sister Melanie Ann, 6 lbs.
7 oz. born atVGH March 14, •
1978. Proud parents Mac and
Lesley Mcintosh. Thanks to
Drs. Lubin and Pendleton.
"PHOTOGRAPHS published in
The Peninsula Times can be
ordered for your own use at
TM Times office.        1473-tfrT
ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous
meetings, 8:30 pjm ^every
Wednesday, Madeira Park
Community Hall. Ph. 883-9698..
Work Wanted	
BACHELOR and 1 bdrm apts.
Furn & unfurn in Gibsons.
0W-W carpet, parking. Ph. 886-.
7490 or 886-2597. .    -     3248-tf
Large   housekeeping
rooms. Weekly or monthly.
Ph. 885-3295 or 886-2542.   4158-
tfn -■■     .y_	
SMALL 3 bdrm older home on
large lot iny West Sechelt.
Ideal for older couple, $250 per
mo.Ph.885-2062aft.6. 4190-19
is the answer to your
For a demonstration
at your office call   *
—'    -   -   .-   -   4232-18
.Sechelt,    Lang   -Block.-
Spacious  3  bdrm,   stove,'
fridge, washer, dryer. $225 per
mo. 885-9366 eves.        4217-18
RANCH IN Pender Harbour.
Available at the end.of the
month. 2 bdrms, delightful
setting, offering privacy, but
highway and marinas, rent
ranches near Princeton, B.C.
Lovely homes, barns, stables,
pasture. 160 acres, $128,000
and 28 acres with swimming
pool $126,000. Hamilton
Realty, Princeton VOX 1W0.
Phon e(112) 295-6977.    4228-18
3 BDRM HOME- on Lookout
Dr., Sunshine Hts. 1300 sq.
ft., full bsmt, ensuite, fp, w-w
carpet, FP $54,000.885-9027 for
_app,'t.  .4198-20
2 bdrm with separate dining
room. "Use your $1,000 govt,
grant-as^down payment."
Balance bank financing
6694 Kingsway    "
525-3688 or 522-3318
GOLD NUGGETS for. sale.
" 10c-25c ea. Ideal for jewelry
making. Min.' order $10.
Discount over $20. All orders
COD, complete.satisfaction or
money refunded. Dealers
welcome. Wm. W. Larkin,
Canyon View' Placer Mine,
Rock Creek, B.C. 3846-13
CHILD CAR seat. Peterson
Safety Shell. Complete with
infant insert. Like new, $40.
Ph. 886-9378. 4216-18
COMMERCIAL trailer, 35 ft
Trailmobile van trailer on
tandem axle, good cond.,
$2200.883-9290. 4110-16
$350 per month. Century West
R.E. Ltd. 885-3271.   - _. 4220-18
2 BDRM WF cottage, Pender -
Harbour. Stove and fridge,    	
heat, lights elec^heat incLJn—Mortgages
3.4 ACRES on cbrheFof North"
Rd.   and   Stewert   Rd.,
$25,900. Ph. 886-7917 or. 886-
7350. 4209-20
REDROOFFS, Southwood Rd.
Half acre. Water and power.
This lot should be $9,950. Our
price $8,295: Ph. 885-9427. 4231-
18    •
FOR SALE by ownerf'charr
ming 6-month old, 3 bdrm
ranch-style home. Sunny
kitchen with lots of cabinets.
Carpets thruout. Double glass
windows and very, well insulated. Located on lovely
treed lot in Sechelt. Must be
seen; $42,000. 885-5407 or eves'
- 8853525.~ 4213-20
waterfront, avail. May 1. 3
bdrm, carport, w-w, fireplace.
JKUH2) 464-1567..        4215-20
is the answer to your
- —   For a demonstration
at your office call
is the answer to your
For a demonstration.
at your office call
.  -.885-2237
76 12x68* trailer, 3 bdrm,
$14,000; 8' camper-, $300 obo;
10'- boat w-Seagull mtr, $300
obo. 885-2496 aft. 6.        4103-16
TELEVISION   19"   portable
colour   Sears-Silvertone.
Reserve bid. Ph. 885-9586.
DEW ALT 16" radial arm saw.
. 5 horse electric. $375.- Ph.
886-9316. 4204-20
DISHWASHER, almost new. 8
track   deck.   Telescope,
320x60 mm. Ph. 885-9881.
MUST SELL." Loader , and
Backhoe.-1972 Case, 58 OB
ROPS- Canvas type-canopy-
.with windshield. New paint.
Condition good. Priced for
quick sale $10,250. Phone (112)
635-3939/ '" ~"     '   4224-18
REBUILT  VW   1500   engine
complete, $250. Ph. 885-3189;
Boats and Engines
"Insurance claims. Condition &-
valuation surveys. Serving the
Sunshine Coast & B.C. coastal
waters. Ph. 885-9425, 885-9747,
r3643,886-9546.        3490-tfn
Don Lockstead
,18%\STARCRAFT V6 Buick,
OMC leg, fwc, 4-wheeled tilt
trlr. 885-2997 or Radcliffe Rd,
Selma Pk. '   JlMdft—
73 19' REINELL hardtop, 188
Mercniiser i-o, approx 100
/hrs, used only 2 short seasons.-
, Like new for only $5500. 886-
7375 aft. 5:30.   - 4106-16
'29' DOUBLE ENDER. Reblt
DAY: passed away March 19,
1978. George Sidney Josef
-Day, late of Gibsons, age 59
years. Survived by his father
-and step mother Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Day of Westlock,
Alberta,   3   sisters:   Elva
Machi,   Vancouver,   Ruth'
Beaucamp, Victoria, Audrey
" Hobbs, Cillam, _Alberta~and-
one    brother,    Rad   Day,
Medicine    Hat,    Alberta.
Funeral   service   was   held"
Thursday, March 23 at the.
Devlin     Funeral     Home,
Gibsons, Rev. D. Brown officiated. Interment at Seaview
Cemetery.     ..    " 4201-18
MORRISON: Harry, Monday,
—-March- -18r-1978-at~Earls -
Cove, Sechelt Peninsula.
Survived by his loving wife
jean and children Brad.
Cathy and Judy. The deceased
was president of the pertder
Harbour Lions Club. In lieu of
flowers, donations to Pender
Harbour Lions Club Building
Fund, Box 99, Madeira Park,.
B.C.        . 4202-18
Bark Mulch    -
'    Shrub Beds
free estimates —
. 885-5033
—Experienced, insured work?
—Prompt, guaranteed service?
—Fair estimates?
Then give us a call:
is the answer to your
_     For a demonstration
at your Office calT
. ;;: -.  ,885-2237    i      ::
Your Local Tax Man
on Cowrie St.
in Sechelt
Returns from $9
, 4219-tfn
FRAMING AND finishing by
contractor. Hourly. Phone
Bill, 885-3127. 4196=Cfh-
 jcent, $200: Refs.:Phr883-9923.-
Gray marine. Oil stv.y 3Q'gal~
-^Befote'l^etaiPtHe bungling" that has
been masquerading as long term care, Ia
would like^to praise the people who have
been holding up under the strain. I refer tcT
the many nurses and health care workers
who have been carrying this program as
the provincial governmentstumftlesfronr
"onemlstake in the program to the next.
Let 'me explain. 	
At the outset of the program Dr. Ted
McClean, acting administrator of the
program in Vancouver, stated that "we
(the directors of long term dare) are flying
by the seat of our pants^" AndJurther to-
- that Dr. Gerald EUiiliam. Uie chief Tiiedical~
— MLA, MackenzieA
fact" of life as the Socreds promised the- ~
care without the facilities.
The further scandal is the "operation"
done on private care facility operators.1'—*
The operators of these units were given
fiye_le_vels_of-care-at-which- the govern-——
ment would subsidize  operations.  The-,
subsidies ranged from $13.50 a day to
$34.50 a day.  The  government's  first
arrangement was that, once the hospitals
opted in, these rates would be effective
until March 31. Then new rates would be
negotiated.  The _ government-has—no w^—-
reneged on that original agreement and
RETIRED? Wishing to live in
beautiful ParksviUe on
Vancouver Island? Consider
Pettigrew House, one block to
shops, sandy beach. Golf
course nearby. Well managed
block, including elevators,
carpets, appliances, h-w, TV,-
some views. 1 bdrm from
$204.50; 2 bdrm from $248.50.
Manager Muriel Delahunt,
248-6821 or write Box 1107,
ParksviUe, B.C. V0R 2S0.4226-
avail  May  1.  3
carport,     w-w,
$325 per mo. Ph.
NEED      YOUR      garden ,..-.-, -
prepared? Rotovatof for .fireplace, Asking $39,500
hire. Call 886-2668.        4206-20   885-3773.
Wanted to Rent
FURN.   ACCOM,   with   own
bathroom for non-smoking_
professional man, pref. near
. St. Mary's Hosp. for approx. 1
year or more. Call collect
Victoria 388-6202 or write G.M.
Wadds, No. 416 - 214 Gorge Rd.
E., Victoria, D9A 6W4. 4199-21
with bathroom. Sechelt or
nearby for professional man
and family for July and Aug.
Call collect Victoria 388-6202
or write G.M. Wadds, No. 416-
254 Gorge Rd. E. Victoria V9A
6W4. 4200-21
Real Estate
NEW 3 bdrm, 1000 sq ft with
view, w-w carpet, carport,
...... ph>
amount (25 years amortization). 1st mortgage from
10 pet., 2nd mortgage from
12% pet. Residential, Commercial, Builders. J.D.
Phillips Capital Corporation,"
10673 King George Highway,
Surrey, B.C. V3T 2X6. Ph. 588-
0411 or evenings 585-1603. 4030-
Business Opportunities
is the answer to your
For a demonstration
at your office call
fresh water, end. head:\$4/100.
Ph. 885-2101. 4188-19
is the answer to your
For a demonstration
at your office call
1976  JOHN   DEERE   540A
skidder, approx. 2700 hours,
new  rubber, excel,  cond.
$24,500.883-2733. 4058-18
CERTIFIED Farrier,  Hans
Berger is coming to Coast .^
Contact Sunshine Farm._898- -
"3751. '"   """ 994-tfn
TiealttTofficer of the city of Vancouver,
referred to the first phase of operations as
nothing less than "a nightmare." It was
obvious that a well-planned, neatly
thought out program_was-not a Socred
priority. It was really a rather .botched
attempt to get a Socred elected in the Oak
Bay by-election.
The program promised long term care
at $6.50 a day. It became quickly apparent
that this bit of misleading advertising, was
only a floor price. Depending on the
amount of privacy a patient wished or
required, the ceiling price was as much as
$15.50 a day. In addition, those extended
care patients who had to undergo surgery,
would have to. pay $10.50 per day in order
to have both their acute care bed for their
surgery and keep their extended care bed
' for recovery. Extended care beds became
a highly prized possession. Line-ups for
extended the rate structure subsidies to
March 1979. There's no room for inflation
or negotiation,until March 1979. It's a nice
deal if you're the government, but it's left
the private operators with a very sour
taste in their mouths.
What is ironic is that the rush tolm-
plement the program and some of the
deception involved in its advertising was
all for.naught. The plum the'Socreds hoped
to win with this program was the senior
citizens vote. "The NDP had brought in
Mincome when it first gained office and
every . senior citizen in the province
remembered that landmark. With the
home-maker service as well as the
hospital care service, the Socreds hoped to
-change the perception of those senior
citizens. But there'-was very little planning, and then there wasn't really enough
money if one considers the hospitals that
had to be built^andiinally there wasn't the
'68"   SKYLARK
___   m TRAVEL    ..„„.„
Trailer, 22 ft. tandem,, good AVSftftf
»nd   Pniiir coif '/,-„«v«f««j J>'   white
cond.. Fully self-contained
extras, $3,000.
Ph. 886-
. 4229-18
BUCKLEY: Passed away
March ,23, 1978, Norman,
late of Selma Park, Survived
by his loving wife Marjorie, 2
daughters, Carole Furness of
Seattle and Naomi Schmaltz
of North Delta, and seven
grandchildren. Mr. Buckley
was formerly administrator of,
St. Mary's Hospital. He was a
member of Georgian Chapter
No. 39, BCRaod was organist
at St, Bartholomew's Church.
Serviqc was held at St. Bartholomew's Church on
Monday, March 27. Rev. D.
Brown officiated. Cremation.
Devlin Funeral Home,
directors. 4218-18
custom prefabing and on-
site construction of Log
Building. $9 per sqqare foot:
basic price. Write or phone
Interior Log Homes. Bridge
Lake, B.C. V0K 1E0. Phone
(112) 593-4440 or (112) 593-4459.
MAN, 53, reliable, wants Job'
• as  caretaker  B.C.   coast.
Reply Box 310, Sechelt, 4102-19
Help Wanted
Card of Thanks
WE 'WISH to thank all our
friends for their kindness
and help during Lesley's stay
at VGH. A special thunks to
our notglibprsTrt Davfs'Bay:™
Mac, Lesley, Leigh nnd
Melanie Mcintosh,       4221-18
Personal '
Shop discreetly • by mail.
Send 91.00 for our latest fully
Illustrated .catalogue of
marital aids, for both ladies
and gentlemen, Direct Action
Marketing Inc. Dept. U.K.,
P.O. Box .12(111, 'Vancouver '
H.CV0B3XI), .3BDMfn.
Ldw koy methods personally designed tq »ero In on
routes " of school-related
probloms. Students, parents,
teachers welcoiho, lntl and
local refs. Confidential, Ph.
811(1-7971) for appt, 4211-2Q
, l».Uw.flnswor,to your...; :...,..,
For a demonstration
at yoiir office call
. ■AUNRHAlint
EXPERIENCED Hairdresser,
start May.. Days 885-2818.
eyes 886-7439. 4114-tf
FAMILY DAY Care Workers
to give care to children from
Infancy to 12. Care to be glve«v'
In child's uor worker's own
home. Day bare needed from
Port Mollon to Egmont. 885-
5422. 4170-19
Is the answer to your
„,.. j$OTtottj.C~ .-:
For a demonstration
ut your off Ice call
2 HRS. A DAY - $200 a month
commlslon plus prizes, For,
details write. Fuller Brush,
Box 108,207 West Hastings St.;
Vancouver VOB1117, or Mr. T.
Diamond, RR a, Kamloops,
B.C.V2C6K1. 4227-lfn
For Rent
FOR RENT:  Wilson Crock
ww,,Commuhlty HaU. - Contact'
Bonnie Wigard at 805-9403. .
„■,:_ „ ,;..,.. .,.. yWHttl
viewr^Qarden Bay semi-
waterfrontrV acre±, 3 bdrm,
1 fa bath, 16x24' lvg rm w-huge
stone fp, 16x24 rec rm, Jacuzzi
Eool, sauna, 2 sundecks, hw
eat. $87,500. C wner, 883-2318.
'•'" Silvertoti, 4.76 acres to 14
acres. Three creeks. Some
parcels partially cleared,
others well timbered. Quiet
setting, $7.500-$24,000. Selkirk'
Realty Ltd., Box 40, Nakusp,
B.C. VOG 1R0. Phone 265-3635.
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walls, full basement, vlow.
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'76 24 FT Terry Taurus trlr.
New cond, ducted furnace,
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886-7793.        _ 4105-16
FULLY equipped 8 ft. camper. Fridge, r^nge, furnace,
sleeps 4. Vancouver winter
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HONDA ST 90 300 orig. miles,
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lot. Cabin 000 sq, ft. elec.
heat, 2 bdrms, living and bath.
Needs some finishing. On "i
acre. $10,500. Ph, B83-2318.'
CLUB wagon
van. Extra seat.
Almost new rubber, new
brakes. 34,000 mil, $5200. Ph.
883-2318. 4169-19
•68 FORD :,/i ton V8 auto. Runs
well. Ph; 886-9621.     4161-19
'74 TOYOTA  \* ton  pickup
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•'■••     4192-19
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71 GMC alum box van truck,
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Mobile Homes
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1      *   <••..,** *=^rf��^7i  * 'IV ";* "'t  ,(JlS)��a:iia3tos iyatWarwrt^ ^bwt^m  y2t5?��easiias*sa��iea  l^edh^iiayyMafieh;?^ l?78||i  |^^EJ^||^iiii|i^  PageB-3   _..,._....:���L.  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK. B.C.  883-2233  Olli Sladey  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  i���  -Member of Multiple Listing Service  X.  HOMES  WEST SECHELT ���over 1500sq ft new 3  BR, 2 storey home with double carport.  $52,000. -  MADEIRA PARK ��� nice 2 BR home with  fireplace, full' basement. .Close to  stores etc. $45,000.  &~��lfflm^y!AWL  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3  BR-cedar home, built 1975. View and  many extras. $105,000.  ����,?i;Wy< < '?<-,A,.: ��� /.-.,   -1 ~'- - fC  cw^iitJt>'~>V*-jA'->" -j-   ,-y~ ^   iy  ^^'^A^^rA:;m^i  "NEAR MADEIRA" PARK-��� 2BR home,  fireplace, sundeck; 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  X  Co-operatives��� condominiums  W \ v  ir-''"r'nf*  ..X  rU  -���6^ePERATIVES-: :  Co-operative ownership is  a system of ownership under which a group of people  share the Ownership of the"  building in which they live,.  Each co-operative owner has  a share in the ownership of his  own dwelling unit and a share  of the ownership in all of the  other dwelling units and  common areas in the building.  There- are two potential  drawbacks to co-operative  ownership.  1. An owner isn't always free  to sell his share in the building  to whomever he pleases.  Usually, the agreement  between co-operative owners  provides that a proposed  purchagex-must-be-approved-  by the other owners of the cooperative.  .2. Co-operative owners are  jointly liable for mortgage  payments on the property;  This means that all of the  owners of the co-operative  would be liable if a particular  owner failed to contribute his  share of the mortgage  payments. In addition, a cooperative pvmer isn't freejo,  obtain new mortgage finan-,  cing on the property because  the new mortgage would  attach to the entire property  and not merely to the dwelling  unit which he occupies.  These drawbacks to cooperative ownership have  been cured in most provinces  by the introduction of condominium legislation. ..  CONDOMINIUMS (OR  STRATA TITLE HOUSING)  Every province and  territory of Canada, with the  exception of Prince Edyvard  Island, has condominium  legislation, This legislation  makes it possible for a person  to own his own dwelling unit  within a. multiple unit  development. A condominium  owner obtains title to his own  dwelling unit and shares the  ���ownership of the condominium land and common  areas, such as elevators,  lobbies and hallways, with the  other condominium members.  UjtililMxa. co-operative owner, a  condominium owner Is free to  sell his unit to whomever he  ploascs. In addition, he is free  to mortgage his unit ns ho  chooses and ho is not  responsible for mortgages  .arranged   by   other   cori-  domlniumrowiicrflr"* *t rr;*  Condominiums ������'��� arc  becoming increasingly moro  popular in large urban centres  across Canada as tho cost of  other forms of * housing' advances beyond the reach of a  . , growing number of buyers. In  addition, condominium  owners aro flpdlng that tljoy  ' can share In Uie tremendous  ,   growth In real estate values  which tho ownors of other  ���<   forms   of   housing   hove"  hlstorlcplly  enjoyed,   For  v,  \V   lexampK.fltfifrcfi reloaded by  the Tortfnto���Rcal  Estate  ���'.���  Boi|rd Indicate  that coiy  ��� X "���-���'"'clomliitjuiinnk" unT^'^T^l^ rttrio iilri"  and' JibwphouicH ) acjcoiiiited  i for 15 per cent of sales through  , ,     the Multiple Listing Semico In  1074, The avprago price for  '������^Xvprtf,*. w\." W ���'���"fWO^iftr ��� ��'f V * **><<}������  ' 1076, The average price'for  condp$ln}um,fownhlt)tf8Cfl was  -$3��;259   in   January���&H���condominium- profeet-wtfr-  "compared to $47,111 in May  1975.  Organization of a Condominium; Condominiums are  governed by by-laws which  -regulate the use of common  areas and the conduct of -  condominium owners. The  affairs of the condominium  are directed by a board of  Directors elected by the  owner and this Board usually  employs a professional  management firm to handle  general administrative duties  and prepare an annual  budget. Condominium owners  pay a monthly fee into a fund  which is used for maintenance  pf common areas, im-  -provements;���general ~atf~  ministration, and so on:  Information about Condominiums: A free booklet  intitled "Home Ownership  through' Condominium" is  available from Central  Mortgage and Housing Corporation. This booklet  describes the organization of a  condominium and explains a  number of unfamiliar terms /  which a buyer will encounter  "ThTtypicalTSffer to Purchase.  Call your local CMHC office  for a copy of this booklet or  Write Central Mortgage and  Housing Corporation, Information Division, Montreal  Road, Ottawa.  Matters of Concern to  Condominium. Purchasers;  The condominium form of  ownership is still in its infancy  in Canada and, perhaps not  surprisingly, a few -problem  areas have developed in'the.  relationship between some  condominium owners and  their developer. Until  remedial legislation Js  enacted In eaph province,  condominium purchasers  should be aware of these  problem areas befor they  commit themselves to a  purchase!  There are five, principal  areas where trouble can occur.       '������.,,���  1. Management Agreements:  Ordinarily, the'developer of a  enter into a management  agreement with a professional  management firm before he  passes control - of the _con-'  dominium over to the new  owners. This management  agreement may, or may not,  be in the best interests of  future condominium owners.  If the management  agreement runs for a long  period of time (five years is  not " uncommon), condominium owners may  discover that -.they are  "wedded" to a management  firm that is getting paid too  much to do too little.  Befor committing yourself  to a purchase,' investigate the  ~terms~of~any���management-  agreement that you will  inherit as a new owner. Ask  your lawyer to tell you how  these terms compare with  -those existing ^in other condominium projects.  Note: The province of  Ontario1 has enacted  legislation which gives condominium owners the right to  ' cancel a management  agreement^ entered into .by  ^thwr^mlopCTT"^"^-1-'~"~  2. Protection for. Jfour  Down Payment: In order to  raise money to complete their  project, condominium  developers usually begin to  sell dwelling units before the  project has,been completed.  Whei/a person signs an Offer  to Purchase at this stage, he is  required to make a deposit or  down payment on his purchase although he frequently  has no assurance that enough  units will be sold to enable the  developer to complete the  project. If the developer  should end up in bankruptcy,  what becomes of the purchaser's money?  Note: It should be said that  the author is not aware of any  instance In Canada whe/e  buyers have lost their'tntiificy  in this way. Nonetheless, the  possibility of such a loss is  sufficiently real that the  province on Ontario has  ���- Sec Pugo B-4  &>< Xm%rJM  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 BR split level on  5+ acres ��� view over Paq Lake. Fruit  trees, garden. $77,500.  GARDENJJAY_ESTATES ��� New 3-BR  cedarrKbme, ensuite, 2160 sq. ft.- of  living area on large view lot. $69,500.  ^MADEIRA  PARK ��� cozy-2-BR-vtevsr  home, iireplace,   dbl   garage,   good  garden area. $44,500.  RONDE VIEW-ROAD ��� New 1487 �� sq.  ft. 3 BR split level home7"ensuite,  fireplace, sundeck,  carport. $60,000.  KLEINDALE ��� duplex (one 3 BR and  one 2 BR) on 2.2 acres, close to  Secondary School. $85,000.  MADEIRA PARK ���  interesting  4  BR~  view  home,  architect-designed.  5  major appliances. $77,000.  'ity- '  ��*"*  *"  ���m^''x:rh-  r%?if^  GARDEN-BAY Large    4     BR  family home. Recently remodelled.  Large lot. Close to stores 8 marinas.  '$46,000.    NORTH LAKE ��� 2 BR home, needs  some finishing, lake view, road access.  Prov. lease lot. $21,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 BR home,  needs finishing, full basement. One  acre treed lot. $40,000.  NARROWSUOAD ��� 3 BR rancher, built  1976. Carport & sundeck. Close to  Madeira Park. $39,900.  GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� Well built 670 ��  sq. ft. home, furnished-large treed lot, -  close to lake. $36,900.  at****.' '?<*& - -  ���&>&  GULFVIEW ROAD ���. Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3  appliances, fireplace. $95,000.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2 BR home on 9.5  treed acres. 850i ft frontage on Hwy  101. $55,000.  MADEIRA PARK -  .with    adjoining  Madeira Park Rd.  - Vacant store bldg.  living    quarters    on  $52,000.  RONDEVIEW ROAD��� New 1700 sq. ft.  3 BR home, ensuite, family room,  carport, sundeck. $65,000.  |    LOTS AND ACREAGE   f  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  ACREAGE  Pender Harbour Realty Ltd,  I HIWAY ID^AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  1. IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2,87 ocr.e vlow  . lot, lovel. $35,000.  2. KLEINDALE ��� 20��. acres, fairly  level; half cleared. $38,000.  3. MIDDLEPOINT ��� 18.9 acres, 2 BR.  cottage, creek. $40,000,  4. KLEINDALE ~ 5��,acros on Hwy '101.  $21,000.  5.NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acres,  2150 i ft. on Hwy. 101. $44,000.  6. KLEINDALE ��� 23.7 acres, some  merchantable timber. Lots of trees for  bulldlng;a log houso, $50,000,  7. NEAR RUBY LAKE ~- 7�� acros on���'���  Hwy 101; $25,000,  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $8,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA  ���  serviced  iotsr$9;odo-$i3;5dor=^i        . :_  3. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view, lots.  $12.900-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK, ��� vleyv lots on  Porpoise Drive. $8,500 & $10,500.  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� new 81  lot subdivision off Sinclair Bay Road.  Serviced lots, most with view, three  with lakefront. Priced from $10,000 to  $37,500. .  6. LANGDALE CHINES-  Rd. Troed, $13,500,.  7. SELMA PARK ��� only 30�� ft from the  boach and a beautiful view from this  lot,: $27,500, .**,.  8,'BARGAIN HARBOUR"��� 1.5 acres,  trood, sorvlcod, $25,000,  9,,DAVIS BAY -- Trood view lot on  . Groor Road. $16,500,  ACREAGE  Lot 35, Grady  NARROWS INLET--r treed waterfront  acreages, secluded low bank. 5 acres  to 14 acres priced from $24,500 to  $39,500,  ST. VINCENT BAY '��� old homestead,  slto with 5.48 acres, 375�� ft waterfront fi,small ,froek, $35,000;  GARDEN BAY ��� 3.5�� acres, 500��  sheltered watorfront. $122,500.  NELSON ISLAND ���'40 acres, 1500' on  Westmere Bay, 225;+' on West Lake. 3  BR home, 2 cottages, road to lake,  floats. $160,000.  EA&.S COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450+ ft  sheltered waterfront adjoining ferry  .terminal. $125,000.  LOTS  I  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  Al  FRANCWTPENIISSULA ��� Soml watorfrorif lot with  cholconarbouf View ,,'. $13,500,  WATERFRONT..LOT",l<.A Bargain. Harbour baauly . , ,..  with doop moorago and good boach��� Ha�� rough but comfortablo  two bodroom Accomodation and good float.,, $40,000.'       i  i ,  >'i'  GARDEN BAY;��� Ono bodroom hou���� on a largo  vlow lof cloio to Gov'l'wharf,, A good buy dt $36,000.  GARDEN BAY A Doluxo Oolhle Arch 2 bodroorii  codar hortio with bmomont qnd tundock, This Dollar Road  boauly haiono of thfiboit, wator vlowi po����lblo .,. $49,900,  i . . ^^^^   ..���.*,. ,:,,jts.,.,,      ���    ���,���..    P"1".'   '" 4',",l ..|il.ju...u...'."."i.|. mi .Mi   I Un   .1^   ��   I  mm i. . .,...       ..,(��,,.,. ��� ,, ...M  WATERFRONT LOT - Doop and protoctod moofSgo  In Egmont, Ha�� trallor pad, .��optki,  wator and  powor,.,  $35,000, . J,  mJs��� ��� i ir=u> . ' <  ONE ACRE LOTS -. On francU Ponlmula, Privacy  plus valuo In this moil dotlrablo droa, Juit 2 loft io dop'l  dolay . v $13,000 oach, :.t  20 ACRES -. Moilly lovol land on Hljlhway I pi  acrow from Suntot Covo, Doach accoti, nlcoly trood, driveway  ..ln...Horo,|��..a:f(no.|nvo��tnionl..a��-$44,600, tr-~"- ���-  ..����������..��-'.���  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 c|o*o to'Madolra Park,  Partly cloarod and on a woitorly ilopq, Aiklnfl $39,000,  FRANCIS" PENINSULA ��- Eiftra larQo (650' doofi)  building lot w,lllv72' Irapt^go op McKllnlotk Road-*.  ',/ ���/..������.._���  ,XaU,���      '  i  JOHN ontCN   -i:"*��� K -���   '   'r- -- "TOlJk HCKMON  RUBY LAKE - 3 OR partly furnlshod  coilogo, lb ll (akofront lr\qu|ot covo,  float, $49,000,  RUBY LAKE ��� 400i;.ft lakofrontago,-  5H^ trood acros, road accos��/��$49,?00.  ���i '     ���   '  SAKJNAW LAKE 2 loaso tola, oach  With a small cottago and (loqt, $22,000  and $25,000. : '' .     ,  SAKINAW LAKE ���-r. 1,300��. It  lakofront, 24^ acros, 4 BR furnished  panabodo, float, $105,000,  r\,* '  RUBY LAKE ~- 5i trood acros closo to  public lake accoss. $19,600.  CARJERS J.ANDING ��� Sakinaw Lako ���  24,8-t acroi', 1350 �� fl, lakofront, road  access, houso, crook, $13S,00C(!,       t  RUBY LAKE -- 95;t acros. oxcollont  land wllh 400ih ,ft lakofront and  26O0;fc ft on lagoon, $100;000, *<  SAKINAW 1AKE      16 acros, 7501 fl"  Takofronl, Wator accoss, $36,000, '   RUBYJ.AISE;:tol/|,;yi��!|^ko|rpill,,  rpad accoss, $17,600,  D.L. 325Q -J)olwoon Sakinaw & Ruby  ,Lako��,  1500 ;t ft, ���'6n SaklnaW Loko,  crook. HalloW.011 Rd, ends at proporty,  $D'5,000,     ��� ���  GERRANS BAY  1. 100* fl, W/F, driveway in, sorvlcod,  $28,0p0.      '���"       ,  2. Adjoining W/F lots, 7V 8 77',  $30,00boach,       .  3. 78 ft. W/F lot, septic tank & drain  fiold'in & approvod, drlvoway In, bldg,  silo In, Southerly exposure, $39,500,  4. 70�� ft low bpnk sholtorod WF lot,  fairly lovol, trood, $38,000/.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 fl. W/F In Pondor Harbour, 1.8  acros, doop moprago, $50,000.  2. 83 fl, W/F ad|oTnihg abovo. 1,22 ��  acros. $36,500.  3. Largo WF'lot facing Bargain Hbr,  lovol bldg slto. $26,000,  GARDEN BAY  1,2 aero WF .lot, trood, drlvoway In,  bldg sltos cloarod,  soptlc approvod,  ,$55,000,  WATERFRONT HOMES  ���mmmmm  H,.. ^....,  ''''&&'&  GERRANSrbAT'T lovoly z m nomo on  70�� \\ watorfront "lot with southerly  oxpisuro, float, $117,000,  I  ISLANDS  mm*  Z3  ��� if. t\Wm'  GUNBOAT BAY ��� 3 BR homo, 3 cot.  logos,* float, 5 acros, 152 It water-  fionl. $115,000,  11,6��. ACRE ISLAKD - 3 Bf* furnlihed  fanbbodo, ��� float, Walor R*hydrd,  $165,090,;  H'  i^f'wsifiifllv*1**^  x : V  ^rt^^ft��*.nftlMI^^?^i.B^ft^fW��1"^.ri^  fl83-?970  INSURANCE  "V?  0O3|r274S  ���OMta,  ft   I  JL  >"'',* ���>  ty-ih.  SUTTOhTISlAND   -   EGMONT ���  1,7  acres, trood, boach, sholtorod  covo.  ^'^Vtv11.11  GERRANS BAY ,--  3 M homo, .full  batomonl" on   133'+��� ff   walorfront*  rtf   largo lot^ $09,000,    , , ���    ^ ,���  '    EOMONT  '^"VVr   homo,   partial  baiomonl, 'idndock,   on ^,3   acros,  370��.,'ft chol?o watorlronK $9?,000,  1 , ��� ,'i' >��� 1  . , ��� ,. .   v  a  GERRANS BAY - larQo 3 BR archlloct  doslgnod fiomo 00 130 ft watorfront  lol, $95,000,    .',������,,.  1^^^  ym~  A  WILEIY, Res. 883-9149  mmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmimmimmmammmmiwmmmlimmmm  '       I ���'     .     \ Imfl *"#  ,? .        ��>' ,    .     f   . .     '.'    /   '-  1 ] fl  ��� ' , ' ",���{���!  I '    ' ''    / '  'T ,-  !���!'.  . ,.i-i.:.:.L  ���X'  ���U      f'Jm'X  afKffif5SSSffiSSS^CTS5(  OLLI or JEAN St AD EY, 883-2233   I   Iiimiii 1 1 nm n V"   ' 1 ''Hi    "    1  '   ii'i'l'li   ml       I  ��� :AA:i'A  :, m-        '     '    �����'I   ���,'��.'��' .111V.,;,  \ ������:���' <r\'i\  ����    -  1.  ""* '*��  'iim,    lv- wJ<��i8.f jt-ww,**  II,.  l-^J.^f,*, ..-"jLjfcM*.  ifi  \  t   ' '  I    ,  .^w^j  **l�� ***��** ^.P***��w��<  ��.  �����   tj'  itHk ifl -���\������p-  ;���-)-  *,-  "fc  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURNACE  N6rm Peterson 886-2607.  Seaside Plaza, 1538 Gower Point Road, Gibsons  886-2000  886-9121  GIBSONS Lovely 2 BR home on  2 landscaped lots. Close to  park, beach & shopping.  Property-also has 1-rental  units bringing in $365 per mo.  to offset your mortgage. Plus  2^ car garage -and* large  workshop. Would also make a  great single family home in  parklike setting. ;  GRANTHAMS-^Up & down  duplex plus cottage on view  property. Retire with revenue  to help pay taxes, etc. Try your  offer on this one.  GIBSONS Well built near-new  -FB2 BR home.-l 120-sqffeach-  floor. Bsmt * mostly finished  with roughed in FP in rec rm.  Shake roqKwith Spanish style  stucco exter. Priced to sell at  only $47,500.  SOAMES POINT 3 waterfront  lots.Approx;1.5 ac. ea.- with  100' frontage on Howe Sound.  Only $40,000-each.       - -   -  GOWER POINT 3 BR full bsmt  home on large view lot in  quiet area. Good family home  with bsmt partly finished.  Only $59,000.  SARGENT  ROAD  New   3  BR  house, 3/4 bsmt on nice view  lot. Nicely finished well built  home with fp.~Only $52,500.  ROBERTS CREEK In private  setting on nicely treed acre.  .Well constructed ~ 5 rm  "Bungalow consisting" of 2~  bdrms, - cozy- LR with fp,  modern "u-shape kitchen off  spacious DR, .utility, attached  carport. A terrific buy at only  $49,500-   ROBERTS CREEK Looking for  waterfront? You shpuld see  this 1 ac. frontage on good  beach. Improvements are a 4 '  yr old full bsmt home fully  finished on both floors. 2 fps,  2 baths, double windows,  built-in dishwasher, plus many  extras. Large ��� attached  garage, woodshed & beach  cabin.   Asking  only  $95,000.  CHASTER ROAD .Bring all  offers on 80' level cleared lot  close to new school. QK for  trailers.  HWY   101   Over   5   acres   of  _i\o p.ing f>iq.p_erty_.runriing_  1 between Hwy & Lower Rd.  About 2 ac. cleared with nice  home, 2 good sheds, fruit trees -  etc. Could -be -subdivided ��� if  zoning" was^chafigSd.^Asking  $65,000.  HOPKINS  LANDING   Nicely,  treed lot with great view over  the Sound. Don't miss this one  at only $12,000."   :  ROBERTS CREEK Ove? 1 ac.  .with 300' frontage on Beach  Ave. A beautiful homesite.  ' Can- be subdivided.  $23,500.  SARGENT ROAD One of the  finest views in Gibsons. This 3  BR .full bsmt home 'sits on a  large 132' frontage lot on  lower side of road, is mostly  landscaped and terraced.  Features includes 2 fps,  double glass, ensuite of lge,  master   BR,   custom   closets,   100%-linen fully.-Jjned drapes'  'in LR & DR.'air cleaner on oil  Vi> furnace, plus  many more.  If  ; .-you.are looking for'fl-quali'ty  - -- - f ami ly -home - you" should see  this   one. 'Priced-to   sell   at  $69,500: ,:  Wednesday, March 29, 1978  How to take title to your house-  In all provinces other than  Quebec, a purchaser may take  title to a house in the following  ways:  1.- in his own name "alone; 2.  "jointly" in his own name and  that of another person or  persons^.3. in his own name  and that of another person or  persons as "tenants in-  common"; 4. in his own name  under a DeecTttf Uses. ���  . 1. Title in Your Own Name.  If you take title in your own  name, you are, of course, the  sole owner of the house. By  preparing a will, you- can  direct who will end up with the  property on your death.  Some married couples  elect to take title in the name  of one spouse alone for tax  reasons. The federal income  tax department has issued a  bulletin (IT 120) which explains how a couple can  escape capital gains tax on  both their s "principal  residence" and a cottage or  recreation property. This is  accomplished by dividing the  ownership of the two  properties. One spouse takes  title to the house in his (her)  J!?5?�� alone. The .qtheX^pouse,.  takes title to the cottage in his  (her) name alone.  Separate ownership of real  estate may also be an advantage under the* Registered  Home Ownership Savings  Plan (RHOSP) provisions of  the Income Tax' Act. Oris  marriage partner takes Title  to the house in his (her) name  , alone while the other partner  accumulates tax-free savihgs  in a. RHSOP account. Should  the couple ever decide to  move into another house, the  nontitled partner could use his  RHSOP savings to purchase  the new house, either alone or  jointly with his spouse;  decision to place the title to  real estate in the n^ame of one  spouse alone, discuss the  implications-fully with your,  lawyer.  2. "Joint'!. Ownership ���  This is the form of ownership  selected by most married  couples. Under this form of  ownership, each spouse has an  undivided one-half interest in  the property, If either spouse  dies,  his  interest  in  the-  _P.rogerty.__ automatically,  passes��� to   the   surviving  spouses���In other words,  a  spouse need not make a will to  ensure that his spouse will end  up. with his  share   in  the  property when he dies.  3. "Tenancy, in Common"  any   decision   in  this   con-  .... neetionJ._.d.isciiss.-..the.;. im-  plications fully with' your  lawyer.  ���Your price  ��� Under this form of  ownership, each owner^or  "tenant in common") has  equal or unequal shares in the  ._ property. Upon the death of  1 one owner, his share passes to<  his estate to be disposed of  according to, the terms of his  wiU.  4. Deed to Uses ��� If a  married man takes title to a  property in his own name  alone, he will nonetheless  require his wife's signature on  the Deed when he sells the  property. This occurs because  a wife has an interest known  as a dower interest in all real  estate owned by her husband.  -By taking title "to uses," a  husband blocks his wife's  dower interest in the property.  He is then free to sell without  her consent. Before making  Is right if  --*- You set it on TRUE  VALUE, not colored by greed  or emotional attachments.  ��� You have studied the  market. -in your area by  consulting with an experienced professional who  has. shown you facts of recent  sales.        .      " ^y '  ���You have considered the  accommodation you offer,  along with condition of the  home, the yard> the neighborhood. ���    V  ���You realize-that an abundant supply of properties at'  this time makes it a "Buyer's  Market", and a realistic price  gives you better chance with  the fewer purchasers able to  buy-   , -  The Peninsula Times    Page B-5  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Pott Office Box 1219, Sechelt  -    Toll Free 684-8016  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 .bdrm  attractive home on almost i acres  level Hiway frontage, easy access.  Good large shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home 'completely  remodelled. Shake-roof, * rancher  alum, siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped .property.- FP  $69,500.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: Close to school, post office, store and  beach. Over 5 acres with potential view. Three bedroom 1092 sq ft  home with part basement. Reduced to $39,500.   _���_<:..   EGMONT WATERFRONT: excellent  investment opportunity. Approx 560'  of waterfront with 5 acres and a 4  year ..old double���wide -home. -FP  $95,000 with.J/2 down. All offers  . and trade&p^tfilUbe considered.' "* -  WATERFRONT HOME: Locatj^ on  Redrooffs Rd at" Welcome Beach.  Clean, near-new 6 room stucco bsmt.  home. Well- insulated, twin seal  windows and sliding doors to sundeck. ' Heatilator f'place, nice (Jng  area in kit, plus sep. dng rm facing  view of Merry Island and;Welcome  Pass. Lge 80x360' treed property w-  workshop. ..Above, grd._bsmt._with-  wood apd coal stove for canning or  guests. Good value at $79,500 FP.  'SECHELT VILLAGE; this home is  very good value, 3 bdrms and lge  utility room, -teak cabinets  throughout kitchen and enste..  Wall to Avail carpets. View lot.  Priced at $41,500  mrw  ���� "    '  SELMA PARK. VIEW HOME ��� 3  bedro6m home nicely decorated. Red  carpets, circular brick fireplace, lots  of kitchen cupboards and counter  j5paceJ_jtnflstexJbadr.ooms_hflsJen5te..  Basement is finished and has en  trance to the garage.,FP1 $64,500  REDROOFFS AREA ��� 1888 s'q.'ft-of-  three bedroom architect designed  home. Situated on over 1/2 acre on a  non-through road. A must see for  ���those who���deske���quiet���country-  living. Asking $57,900,  N��W  BUNGALOW  AT  REDROOFFS:  1150 sq'ft 3. bdrm( tame on !eyeL  beautifully-treed i.'/a acres, (.lose to  boat launch & excel yr round fishing.  W/W carpet throughout. Bright,  sunny kitchen, kirch cab'ts & util off.  Vanity'bath. Matching attached  c'port w-lge storage rm. FP $49,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Smart 2 bedroom  home. On full cement basement.  Handy workshop & extra BR  downstairs. Lot is completely land-  -scoped.-Short walk-to- the-shopping-j  centre. Priced, for quick sale. FP!  $44,900,  -- -DAVIS BAY: Contractor built  3  home with many extra features. Full  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE*INSURANCE*MORTGAGES  MEMBER BROKER  ^ ^mmmssmm.  WW / /  \ \ *^3I  ifi?      /, ���  I    \     =F=  EMS     \  1   /    JH  fiB*.   \  ,,   I   /     :^^M  REALTY WORLD  ��   /7 (-D/A , "  886-2481  GIBSONS  Sunnycrost Shopping Contro   VON IVO  Van. Direct  687-6445  GENERAL INSURANCE  Business ��� Residential ���Marine  Prompt Attention  Charles English - Eileen Klnne  HOMES  AIDERSPRINGS $49,900  Fantastic renovation, 4 bodrooms, 2 with  onsulto, Jacuzzi, sauna, dark room, Lots of  atmosphere, View, noar proposed marina,  LOTS  TUWANEK ���-.'.. $7,900  Rocroatlon or permanent homo,  GREAT BUYSI '    ��'  SEAVIEW RD $24,900  Two'bodroom starlor on Soavlow, Nlco  view, woll built, ThU Is not a drlvo by,  KILLARNEY LANG    .. $29,500  Two bedrooms,Jqr|����ff\lng room with  flroplaco, pc&foptol*f, Terrific vlow,  nlco landscapTngTTxcellont starting homo.  BURNS ROAD $31,500/off��r��  This It a comf or labia 2 bodroom homo  naar Iho boachos, Vory woll built,  MAHANROAD  2 nlcoly treed la^  at tho ond of Gr  ���o. $12,500  Is qulot area  PRATT ROAD $78,000  **4 biKjrbomi and possibly'flvo,"A large**  hoatod 20 m 40 swimming pool has Its own  pump houso, goon from 4 ft to 10 ft doop,  MALAVIEW $39,900  Noar now 3 bodroom I10410, qulot deadend siroof off Pratl Rd, Near now school,  LANGDALE ��� $49,500  Groat vloyv, hugo living [oom wlih granlto  llroploco 1 & 3 Bodroooms,  "Nn/'HOI/SB'"������'" ���-"*��**.-��� * ���  '  With skylights and flroplacos. Roal  modorn vjablo prodyct a�� today's prlco,  HILLCREST pUPLEX $37,800  Oood Invontmonl, Oood assumablo  mortgago of $22,000,  LANGDALE ' $64,900  Noar now 3 bodroom homo with urn  lurpainad vlow.Roc room,with wol bar,  , plus finished aroa, for your pool tablo In  ������� ground'-lovorpbasomf ntr-*-~'p'j-����p*p-''"p-��+-""**-*-  PRATT* GRANDVIEW $11,500  Largo corner lot, opon to offers,,  GRANTHAMS  Nlco vlow lot,,SO x' 110,  CHASTER ROAD $12,500  Largo lot near schools,  SOUTH FLETCHER VIEW LOT $11,900  Terms available,  LANGDALE $14,600  Larpo vlow lot op Chadwlck Roa^j    ____  LOT F ON WHARF RD $11,800  LOTO ON WHARF RD $11,800  ORADYROAD .    .    $12,800  YMCARDLot. ����4 .�����, $10,500  SKYLINE DRIVE $13,800  Sowor only 150 fl away, vlow of Village,  bay and wharl. Drlvoway In.  jQIBSONSVIUAOR|��3,900  Vlow  lot  on  cornor  of  Wyngaort  and  Martin Roads,        \  QLASSFORD $12,800  Wator 8, ��ower connected. Fill In, roady to  build,   WANTED  ACREAGE  WATERFRONT  SECHELT $69,900  Spacious new 3 bedroom family home on  Osproy Lano, Largo family kitchen dining  & living rooms, all about 40' from the  water'* edge, Call for appolntmont to  vlow,  ROBERTS CREEK $45,000  'Accoss easement on ad|acont lot, This  typo ol prlmo waterfront Is rare on tho  market.  GAMBIER ISLAND $12,000  3/4 acre soml-watorfront at Thornboro  Bay,  SOAMES POINT $180,000  Woll designed four bodroom home on woll  ove> an aero with 128' of'walorfront, ,  SARGENTSBAY 00' Wfl Lot. < $32,000  250' deop and covered with salal and  arbutus troos, Idoal location noar ond of  qulot stroot In Wost Socholi, Powor and  wator lo lot,  HALFMOON BAY Low Bank Wft. $36,000  Boautilul lot with southern oxposuro, This  Is low bank watorfront, but does not hpvo  a boach, Salal bushes and Arbutus troos  aro Iho'natural landscape, Sowor, wator ft  .*pow��r+avoll.-~^--��^~-��--��*����.--"->����.~-.������.--.  ACREAGE  2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL $53,000  Located on Pratl Road on approx 1 aero of  good gardon soli, Roomy 12 x 16 Kltchon.  Soparato dining raom, Largo carport and  12 x 20 workshop, ���  10 ACRES OF WOODLAND  For truo plonoors,  $3,0,200,  vicinity of  Hanbury Road, "  2 171 ACRES, ROBERTS CK     '       $25,600  2 1/2 aero* of subdivldablo properly In  ftobort* Crook,  HOPKINS WATERFRONT $100,000  75 fool of prlmo walorfront vdth Im-  maculato 3 bodroom homo. Ono ora kind  flroplaco, Manlcurod grounds, "  100* WATERFRONT,IN ROBERTS CREEK  Eaty access to boach, 3000 sq It homo  wllh flvo bodrooms (could bo savon), 2  ,, JJOlhroomi 'JL2 kltclWhi,.Flroplaco, and,  lundock, '  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT:  quality built 2 bdrm full bsmt  contemporary designed home.  Shown only by appointment. Try  your offer to $79,500.  SELMA PARK: A. very cozy 3 BR,  r ec en t ly_r e n ovated^ hj^jswUhjlL  walking   distance   to���Sechelt  shopping.   Dominion    lease.    FP  $18,500.- 4    .  ^--v  cement   basement,   carport   and  e   lot  affords  one of the most spectacular views in ��  custom  fireplaces.  The   lot  affords  the area. Asking $67,000.  M  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. FP $57,500.  VIEW HOME," DAVIS BAYp 3  bedrobms^ Iclf^e'living room and ti-  fantastic landscaping job. Garage in  part basement. Lot is 60 x 150,  blacktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,900.   ���< ���   SECHELT VILLAGE. Large 3 "bdrm  home- on Dolphin St across from  I tennis courts. Home is in top condition, 1/2-bs^nt. Yard is fenced &  andscaped. Double canopy, height  c'port. Family kitchen, an immaculate  home. FP mid $50s.   >','$*, i.<f!  WATERFRONTI Approx 50' of level,  naturally I'scapod property. A  beautifully built 1000' down and 900'  up. Dream kit, formal dng rm, lge Ivg  rm w-wall to Wall natural stono.fp.  Ownors aro leaving the area and  have prlcod this home accordingly al  $74,?95.  OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  Main street location, on-site parking.  New building^. Move in April 1st. Sizes  frow 35016-700^^'sq"#:"Air"officerare  carpeted and painting will be done. Up  to 5 yr leases available with renewal  option. "  ball S. Anderson  Andorson Realty, 865-3211  Home, 885-2385  SUNSHINE BAY WATERFRONT:  Prlvato (loal and off-shore deep  wator mooring buoy, Imaginatively  designed luxury home of ovor 2500  sq, ft, living aroa, A seaview from  every window, -All appliances Included, F,P, $99,500., '  ���\  GIBSONS OFFICE SALES STAFF  JAYVISSER "     AttNtOURNlY DAVE ROBERTS  ���"K^Jf"JL-VV^.Kjwl!-,  0064344  ������W".' x,**-\&Jf��*_  Over 800 Offices nnd Growing Fast  SELMA PAf?K WATERFRONT LOT: 60 ft of watorfront, troed lot  with driveway In. South slopo, excellent boach, Excavate'd  building site. F.P. $29,500.  ' '  '~ (T '    ���'���"   "   '  "���"'i   "���������ll" "���'���   '"������"���" "ii   T'   ��������   ������   ���'II..MII.IIMI ���"���"f"  ��� 1 ������  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 866 sq ft 2 bdrm mobllo home with ap.  pllances, All wall to wall carpot. Cozy & Inexpensive to heat.  Concroto driveway and parking slab, Fir Road location. FP. $43,500  Torms I  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEK: Ovor 5 acres of gontly sloping  proporty with southern oxposuro, 580 x 380', Year-round crook  flows through cornor ofproporty. ExtollonJ buy alFP $35,000,  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A cozy, noar now 792 sq ft 2 bodroom  homo closoto tha boach at Chapman Ciook, No stairs, oloctrlc boat,  doublo glazing. Government prepaid loaso has 19 yrs to run. FP  $32,000, '  EXTRA LARGE VIEW LOT: Wost Socholt. 100 x 150' Trail Island vlow  lot, Flat 8, lovol, Sorvlcod with wator 8, powor. An oxcoptlpnal lot.  $.16,500,.  SECHELT VILLAGE; 5 acros measuring 330' x 660', Will ovontually  havo a vlow, Closo fo Iho arana, Try your ollor lo $35,000,  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT: Easy torms ��� 20% down 8 tho balanco ovor  oasy paymonts on this southorn oxposuro vlow lol. Excavation and  cloarlng havo boon dono, FP $13,900.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT; Extra largo 90 x 179 lot, cornor location,  oasy accoss, oxcollont vlow of Trail Island, FP $ 15,500,  1  SOUTHWOOD RpAD: Closo to 1/2 aero, Lovol building lol, Hydra *.  and regional walor at road, Chock 8, comparo, Attractlvoly prlcod at  $9,450, ,   >  -REDROOFFS AREAi Largo treod lot 93 * 400'opprox. Oood gardoft  soil, wator 8, powor, Asking $12,500.  LOW DOWN PAYMENT: Wont Socholt vlow lol, cloarod, graded, and  sorvlcod, R2 ibnod. Move your trallor wllh no preparation,  nqcossary, Asking $ll,5b0 w|th $1,000 doWn,  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT: Your own prlvato park wllh toworli  Jlr��&codars..Homo liunlquo 1450iqft wllh 12 x 36',wrap-around  ' opon sundock, Basomont with workshop and storago. Garago,  Comont Mops |A water's odgo, Asking $125,000. Somo tormi,  DAVIS BAY; Laurel Road vlow lot 67,50 x 162', Ono of tho bottor  views In the aroa,'Asking $16,000, -  ��"��                 ~���"' ^w"    '  SANDY HOOK; 70 x .145' of unobstructed vlow up Socholt Inlot,  $2300 down and tako ovor paymonts of $102 por month at 10  \/2%, FP,$7895..p'��-       .-  ,. MAIN STREET LOCATION: approxlmatoly 50 x 220' lot with business,  promts** and living quarters behind, Excollont location for almost  any typo of ontorprlso; This Is an opportunity lo bocomo established  In tho vlllago, Lots of room for oxpan��Jon, FP $95,000,  GIBSONS HOME WITH ACREAGE: Largo 3>bdrm horn* on 7 acr����  with Chqster Crook bordering 1 ildo of Toncod'proporty, Homo  noods somo repair but hat boon partially ronavatod, Land Is cleared  , & In grass, A nlco .situation, FP $A9,300.  UPPEfi ROBERJS CREEKi ,10 acroi of land wllh 3 bdrm noar now  homo of approx 1/00 sq fl, and a 4000 sq fl aluminum clad, fully,  Jn.iuJqt.9i)��.MlWlna. JlMlWIno ll all Wlrod for 220 powor & could have  many uses. Concroto floor, cloar span, FP $9t,500,    '  ACREAGE: Almost 7 aero* of cloarod, gontly sloping land. Vlow of ,  ocoqn, Zonod lor development, Could bo trailer park, $46,506,  DAVIS BAYi Vlow lot, 66 x 152', cloarod and roady to build on, Aroa  of nlco homo*. Asking $14,900,  ROBERTS CREEK: Trood lot wllh a yoar round stream, Asking $7000.  GIBSOtslSj 2 lols sldo hy sldo. Buy ono or bold, Soworod and closo Id  th�� boat launching rarrtp, Tormi canildorod, Asking $12;300 and -  $14,500,      ,    , , n  .j-,<vy���>������<: 'lyAwczz  (��'n;..��.���*...#...<*��><<.���.......,.....',���"*.��..*��� p..'->.-.�� f^���..���(:..,.."**��.,;vt..'~ . ,,.*.,...,>*.;,.  ... !,...,.,.,.;,. <....>^..<^,,v: ,ixi^.':.  v..;.r  For further information on the ubovc contact: ,  i ' Mt  Frank Lmvis, 886-9997; Sinn Antlersoni, 885-2385; Dong Joyce. 885-2761  k^l'^.p^'.-|,l-'p-i,i.i* ��� "���' ���.,��'.���'���������.���   .V".. ^.;.;,.''.',i,:,,,^jA^.i.,;,:t^ .,*.��*..;���;!,., ���'���l!L,p,v'/'-''���' I'"'-'  n    'J.  .-.'<.���..* .!�����,.��..*.     ^^mTmfmWi .^immmmmmwfmmmmr., imwwmz.-^^mmmmmwmmtduiw, ,iwim��r" ,1 ,Ahtmmmmm~t,,*,mitir.itmt.Zr',ii i'i iikf,tMimi:'i.mimmmtiki+4*mmammmwmmtr*.'...  ���������-���������' ewe- ���   "> ,'�����. ��-->������ ��� ���   ���"-*y? y,-ry- ��-...'..........,,.i.,.,.^,-^,,���,-...,��e..-,,����������������,���..���': -v,;p'i*iul*'V:-*'iU  -'��'"..��.���*.: ('���....���/���^���-.���^.���-'.'-������".'"^ifvrp',; ���".". "~"^"%'<qr.'' "1  ��������< ��       ','.'��� ' ' ."^ ��� ' \,      '��*  ':  >Q*m*'  ''!��"  ii.::,.,A,  , -,.  ���rr *���*���*���- <���"*-�����* ���  1  f *nj*Mi(��il��A*.��WW. *  ��  it*  ..0 ���   r.  '"f  i ��� vswhv*> tt �������!( -MH��;i��~��ie��  :T,J��MlJffia'��ltri*.   1  .   V  / 'v . /v...  k t,WZtoAC��MtJ��i4tl t  Page fr6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 29,1978  Efficient energy use in the home  Everyone in British Columbia windows we'll save another 11  knows .we have to save energy per cent. -That's saving!  ,  We don't have an energy      .Reduce . temperatures,  crisis in B.C. But we must ^especially at night and when  cultivate good energy-ijise Hhe house will be empty.   *"  habits now. That way we can  help ensure there'll always be  enough for "every one.  ' The first place to start is at  home. There are lots of ways  we can prevent waste" arid  we're going to see what can be  done in the three main areas  of home energy use. ,"' y  Let's have a look at the  best ways to use energy for  space heating, water heating  and lighting.  SPACE HEATING " U  Space _ heating   is_ the  number one energy-gobbler in  your. home. It -accounts ~ for-  more than half of all domestic  energy requirements.   ���  , Future housing will ideally  incorporate built-in energy  conservation. Mueh heating  - energy could be saved immediately if all windows were  17-  18 degrees C. ii quite comfortable when you're working  around the home.     ]    . . A small trick that makes a  big difference! When not in  use, keep fireplace flue closed  with damper or. airtight  .screen. - ~  and crammed with washday  Imdwhow.  LIGHTING    ,   .  Lighting is a small part of  the total energy picture. It  plays a dual role since it also  gives off,.useful,heat. _So.  switching' off lights is,  sometimes a dubious  economy. But we should still  use our light as efficiently as  We can.  ^v    There is a correct light  WATER HEATING        . tevel   for   each   activity.  Water heating is number   Fluorescent    lamps,    for  double-glazed-and-kepMo-20-:Wat6r~If  two on our priority list. It  accounts for 20 per cent of the  total energy input to the home.  So let's not waste any hot  -water.  We can save money by  using hot water economically."  No initial outlay is necessary.  Check.those dripping taps: a  drip a second adds up to a tank  of *hot water a week. That's a  lot of wasted hot water..  The  bathroom's  a  good  place  to   start  saving  hot  per cent of the wall area.  Higher insulation standards should be worked into  .existing housing design.  Heavier insulation and double  windows mean you'll be more  comfortable, enjoy greater  sound proofing. ��� and save  money.  the  and  you sing m  shower, keep it short  sweet. Then sing the praises of  a smaller hot water bill. And,  by the way, do you really need  the tub filled to the brim? -  Locate ,,the hot water  heater as close as possible to  point of use. The longer the hot  water pipe, the cooler the  example, are8 ideal for the  workshop and . rec room.  Visual comfort and safety  must be considered and this  type of light is also best in  kitchen,, laundry, area. and.  bathroom.  Where you wish to vary  lighting- levels, dimmer-  switches are the answer! They  give flexibility of choice in  dining areas and hallways.  Use sockets with three-way  .switches'. Thus-whether-you  study, sew or watch TV, you  can do it in the right light.  Security and safety are  enhanced v by timers which  automatically switch on lights  at dusk. Your house has a  lived-in look while you're  away and you don't waste ,  electricity by burning lights  during the day.  Keep room surfaces light  in   colour.   Light   colours  reflect light. .  BUYING TIME  Major appliances such as  the range, washer, dryer,  refrigerator, freezer and dishwasher consume about 20 per  cent of domestic energy.  Another 5 per cent is accounted for by lights and'  small" appliances. Although  most of*the energy used for  these is cycled as space  heating, we should still use it  wisely and without waste.  Valuable information on  selection, use and ..care, of L  appliances is available in  booklet form at all ftydro  offices.  When we save energy we  areyris a sense, buying time..  ...LePs use our resources with  care and attention ^ and we'll  gain a ..breathing .space in  which to develop new sources  of energy.   Minor       repairs       ���.  cleanliness ��� tidiness -?  courtesy to buyer and seller:  these are important'.  ���Gibsons Realty  This Information Is  We're CENTURY 21.-  We've got plenty of homes to show you, because the  CENTURY 21 organization leads the real estate world In listings  and sales. You'll probably find |ust what you're looking for. And,  once you locate a home we'll help you find financing and guide  you through all phases of your purchase. Our salespeople are  thoroughly trained In the business. Call now. Put us to work for  you.  Qzrfoj\y  "~jtt"ZI  im  ��  CENTURY WEST  REAL ESTATE  We're the Neighborhood Professionals:  Insulate! Insulate ceilings^_water--when-it -reaches-its  destination. Half-inch wrap-  insulation  "and" walls.  Today "we  -about   insulation���In-  talk"  values, not thickness. So your  ceiling should have R20 or  more and your walls R12 or  more.  Ih coastal areas, in the  - Lower- Mainland "and-on"  Vancouver Island, it's a good  idea to have double glazed  windows. If you live in the  Interior, your windows should  be triple.glazed rr or double  glazed with a storm sash.  Let's see what we can save  in annual energy use with  recommended levels of insulation. We'll base our  figures on a 1200 sq. ft. house  with R7 (about two inches) of  insulation already in the  ceiling and no insulation in the  walls. By "adding R20 to the  ceiling we'll save 10 per cent,  by adding R12 in the walls  we'll save 22 per cent, and by  adding a storm sash to the  around insulation is recom^  mended for ail  hot water  pipes.  When using an automatic  dishwasher, wash a full load  each -time. This - way-you'll  probably do dishes just once a  day. Check manufacturer's  guide to be sure you choose  appropriate cycle for the load.  If your clothes washer has  a water level control, use it for  a small wash. Otherwise use *  full loads each time ��� but  don't overload!     ��� _  Cooler water is best for  some fabrics. Check garment  labels. However,^hpt water is  often needed for best washing  results, despite claims made  for some cold water  detergents. Your local B.C.  Hydro office will be glad to  'give you a copy of "Suds 'n  Duds". It's free for the asking  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES ltd.  Cowrie St.  885-2013  Sechelt-  WEST SECHELT ��� Somron Rd, two yr  old, 2 bdrm home, just on top of the  hill. The full bsmt is partially  developed w-sauna. shower, bath &  .den. Heayy_ihsulation, dbLwindows &-  only $35. a month, all electric.  Landscaped & fenced 80' lot with  garden area. F.P. $54,500.  REDROOFFS RD WATERFRONT ��� 1/2 acre, 75 ft on beach  looking straight west to Pirate Rock. Cozy one bedroom cottage  and unused cabin (right picture). Asking $64,500.  Phone anytime for information on property with  our redLand-white signs.  JOHN or LYNN WILSON  885-9365  /  ��� LANGDALE     ^        ^ooftft  Y.M.CA. ROAD $48,900  Fresh on the market, Is this brand-new 3 bedroom home, which  can be completed to your specifications within 6 weeks. It has a  floor area of over 1200 sq ft, built on a generous sire lot in a  "near new* area. Master BR epsuite, large modern kitchen with  eating space, lovely L-shaped living/dining room with brick  fireplace. It has a full basement and a double carport. Within  easy reach of school^CajKEd Baker, 885-2641.  SARPEANTSROAD GIBSONS $15,900  Fully serviced lot, including sewer,'65 x 110' commanding a~  magnificent sea view. Within easy reach of schools and shop-  - ping facilities. There are-very few-lots-available-ln this' arear~  Builders terms available, give me a phone call and try your offer.  Larry Reardon, 885-9320. .__   CORNER OF HIGHWAY 101 AND SCHOOL ROAD $70,000  1.3 acre zoned multi-dwelling lot. on sewer. Really good location  within walking distance of the shopping centre and schools. Call  Larry Reordon, 885-9320.  .  ( PRATT & FAIRVIEW ROAD - $33,000  Older type home, with a floor area of 856 sq ft. The property has  been nicely landscaped and fenced. There is a carport, and the  vendor includes some appliances in the asking price. Call Ed  Baker, 885-2641.    SCHOOL ROAD OPP. R.C.M.P. $55,000  A multi-dwelling zoned one-acre lot in an excellent location.  Zoned for 18 apartments, 12 townhouses, or duplex. On sewer.  Call Larry Reardon, 885-9320.   OLD HOME NEEDS T.L.C. $19,900  Lower Gibsons. When you see the price you just know this home  needs attention. However, there is a new furnace and ducts, ahd  the wiring appears to be new. Situated on a goodsized jot. Call  ���Larry Reardonr885;9320r " . .'"    :[. _ ,  $17,500  it has an  SELMA PARK  VIEW HOME  Good solid older type family home .in good.repair,  uninterrupted-sweeping water view, 3 bedrooms, LR has w/w,  large kitchen and dining area, laundry room, half-basement, oil  heat. This home is on lease land at $600 per year. For further  info please call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS/ HALFMOON BAY AREA  REDROOFFS ROAD $ 15,000  An acre + of well-treed land at the corner of Redrooffs Road  and private road to Sargeants Bay. Hydro and water in. For  further info please call Larry Reardon,.485-9320.  HALF-ACRE ' $10,000  .Nicely treed lot with water & hydro in. Serviced by blacktop  road. Trailer allowed and terms available. Please call Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374 for further info.  WELCOME WOODS '���' $9,500 & $9,750  Two extra large lots 125 x 200', Call Lorry Reardon, 885-9320.  VIEW LOT _      ������     - $16,500  "Near Sargeants Bay, .102 x 200' with arbutus and other small  trees. This is an excellent building site in an area of new homes.  Offers. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  COUNTRY BUNGALOW $39,900  Situated on a large secluded approx 2/3 acre lot, 6 miles west of  Sechelt, 1 year built and price^tcludes stove, fridge, washer,  dryer and some LR furniture. Please try your offer, contact Ed  Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS ROAlD, 1.45 ACRES $14,900  This acreage is in a subdiviSioTT'with_water-ond_pD_wer. to .the.  -property7"Clo-se~to CommutuTy HaTL_Qnd_jxiit a_short drive to  amenities. Offers. Please call Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  ROBERTS CREEK  -$257000*  -ACREAGE  _  Terrific investment opportunity 2.) 4 jicres ot Joe" Road and  Lower Roberts Creek. Over 700 feet on Cower~R6ad, could be 4  lots. Call Chuck'Dowman,"885-9374 for further details!.  DUPLEX " v       $4��,S00  Large <Juplex-on-HighwoyH^1-nearFlume_Rp"ad,_wifh-3'1arge  bedrooms- in each suite. This is a very attractive investment,  situated on approx 1 acre. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  k RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES $11,000  Secluded, well-treed lots, good size 125 x 200'. Trailers permitted, lots serviced with power and water. For further^etaHs,  please call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  SECHELT  ANCHOR ROAD $12,500  Good, level, fully serviced building lot, located within easy  walking distance of post office and all village amenities. In an  area of new homes. Call Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.   _���    -   MADEIRA PARK/PENDER HARBOUR  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. Call Larry Reardon,  885-9320.  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT $15,500 & $8,500  Well treed, 100+ ft waterfront lot, close to road, and adjoins  'with a view lot that lies next to B.T. Road. Call Larry Reardon,  885-9320. ��� - -  WORKING RANCH v $125,000  Ideal for retirement or semi-retirement, comfortable 2 bedroom  home. Good barn, all fenced and cross fenced^^gppodrposture,  some fruit trees, good year-round water supply. For further  information please call Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  2.37 ACRES WEST PORPOISE BAY ���      $27,000  There is an all-year stream that flows through this beautifully  wooded lot with 320' of road frontage. Your choice of two excellent building sites. Call Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  GARDEN BAY ROAD��� ACREAGE $22,500  3 1/2 acres with a year-round stream,, with excellent building.  potential. 400 ft of frontage, wooded, with hydro and telephone  availableron-paved-roadi-.good-recreational-or-holding-property-  in ALR. Cad Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  Each office is independently owned and operated.  CENTURY 21, CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LIMITED  box 1490, r.r. i, Wharf rd., sechelt, b.c. von 3A0    885-3271  .  ���f;..V.-, .,.,.  /  /  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235  (24 hrs.)  E.&O.E.  Box 128  JU5ENCIES fcTD;  A':';A''''.A-'Se&m  We are as close  as your phone  COAST TO COAST  REAL ESTATE  SERVICE  y  l&O  &?>'  {6#M��''  1M��  YdA*  'srru  y*  'fVt,  [/A^~  f^T"  J'  Wt  A a^  ^fiWtsVO  S:  &  \~Jr:L  .���j,. |...��-4., m vA*w^��m��$m!P*2gik  V  ONE OF THE MANY  Letters irorii Easterif Canadians  interested in property pn the Sunshine Coast   .  BV��wt��'|.  Wm; ��� AMFORMA -OF ..CANADA-  iJm)fV X'AX'^f  ������ fr  ��� m  CALL NOW  FOR OUR  FREE  REAL ESTATE  CATALOGUE  ..%';���:  ���..,,,,���.�����*  JOHN R. GOODWIN  .������w,fa  885-2235  We Are Currently Advertising In:  THE WESTERN PRODUCER  (Saskatoon* Saskatchewan) '  THE CALGARY HERALD  '...   .    .    ,    ' '     .���   ������   TliivilffiOUVBrpf'' A: ~~'   THE VANCOUVER PROVINCE  THE PENINSULA TIMES  ���������'y'lHt'lHWl^W   ��� . ,     , ��� ���     ,'    .1.     ,���������!, ���     ���������       ��� , ���'��������������� '��� '' ���  " I, ' . ��� I ft  ' ' K ' �� '  May We Sell Your Property For You  .   4f  RUTH MOORE  885-9213  CHARUrSATHmCOM  mriil-:  "111 " " 'WJlWH'li-ff!'.  jiii* wood 885-2571  J/\CK WARN  886-2681  roufixA*��oouwiwr  885-2456  Hfr.-H- Jf 1 ;ip'M<*w>t- teM��iw!Jw*MM��#��(*t'f' *^��#*��?WlW**vi<iM3**.'ii**i^ (��SS*  DON HADDEN  885-9504  *Wi����>)��*s^nW  mnrsMmr  UOBKBNT  885-9461  1hmh��r*W<*'iS1|i^  birtwalkkr  Vi  ,j.t  fc7'V''"' iXyxAxr-A*j  /  h^4'4'u  U> lft��WlWwMWffi((W��JpB��lM *��  ��*'/>;* y#w^*lHi"   1.,  U\  a ^$W * V'iv A). *#&��  ��*"r*'r ���  ���li-i -  ���1   "��   '  ii #HWa^j*.*��p4tMWw^��|t.***p^  \        <l  fV  * ��^w*j��r��.'��1n*!W��>^*W**����KBi wm*** MWW&p*   oitirt. fcfnsMi atonxty ^ #tr���iws���� '  ^^^^C?#t^^fZ}^Zj��j2  Wednesday, March 29,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  SPRINGTIME  DRAWING CONTEST  jjjraw a picture of whot.youliBeLabout spring; or-what-you^hlnk^  The Crossword Winner for this week is LEAH VANDEBERG, 8, of  ~Secheltr[Come by the office or phone to get your prize'.] We'd like  to thank Louisa, Shauna, Karen, Susan & Charles for sending in their  puzzles. Also, thanks to Jennifer, Shauna, Kelly, Lesley, Leonard &  Colleen whose Springtime Crosswords got here too late' for last  week's paper.1; ,  For YOU to have a chance to win next week's prize ��� work the  House Crossword and send it to BOX 3,10, SECHELT. [Try and get it to  us by Saturday.] \ *_  spring is. Send it to us [BOX 310, SECHELT]. We'll print a bunch of  the drawings and give the best one a prize.  --ST.-PafncKs  3ty  ^   /atricKs   D*y   uM$ -for\  k^t"   w\QU    if     |S  QVOt,  t&iW'  NAME", v.,.... ���  ADDRESS   AGE   HOUSE  CROSSWORD  35  fA if^m  JLi^AevLj'^ ,^ ft\y" rhrf Ttfpay (    '\^m   c  .. CrT. '/%Trjck$    Oqy CJ<& ^\     ��� r /~\r*�� I  GuT r,ou iii'&tjey III       / V'���,   ��  .���Ar  f\N.  W\J&-  MARIA GLASSTETTER, IO.  ROBERT GRAHAM, 7, Gibsons  .ACROSS.....          2. Piece of furniture you sit on.  5. Sound you make when you laugh.  6: Something in your kitchen that keeps  the food cold.  7. Opposite' of yes.  __8._What you cook food on.   9. It's a peice of furniture in theklteheri  _yau_eot-ot-4tj������t "  ,10. Room you sleep In, ... room.  ��� TV Opening In a house, covered with  glass.  13. What the top of a house Is called.  14. Something soft that's put on floors  [rhymes with bugs].  DOWN -  T. In a house, what you build a fire in.  3. I have something today. Yesterday I  ... nothing. ���"       ---.  2. When you build a fire in the house, the  - smoke comes-out the  4. Room in house where people cook.  . 8. if- a house, has more than 1 floor, you  hove to go  Op to  get  to  the   .  second floor.  12. Opening in a house you have to-go  through to get Inside.  MELANIE COVEY, Roberts Creek Kindergarten  MAKE IT  Louisa Penson of Madeira Park sent us this recipe.  Hope you'll try it ��� it sounds great!  GINGER CRUNCH COOKIES  You need:  1/2-cup butter or margarine  1 cup sugar  1/4 cup molasses  1 egg  2 cups rolled oats  1/2 teaspoon vanilla  lv!4-cup-*lfted-flour-  WHO IS THROWING A CAKE  IN HARDY'S FACE?  jtvfl."4i**��AVa -^*Sd A i  1/2 teaspoon each of saltTbafci&g soda, cinnamon ft allspice --���-  1 tablespoon ginger _.  Cfejirn the butterft jugar.,Add molassesK,*gg.ai^Lvanllla. Mix well, Add rest of.  Ingredients. Shape into balls ft placfc on greased cookie sheet ft press each ball down  with a fork.  [Louisa forgot to tell us to cook it ��� but we'll guess that It needs to be put in an oven  Jhat's about 350 ft baked for about 10"minutes.]  ^n?  g * Put your message into 4i000 homes  ��� |15,000 readors]  in these economical  ��� spots. Your ad Is always there for quick  I reference... anytime! ''",..'  I  mrn^rn  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts \Sajes * Service  * Rotor Lather Sofvice for Disc Brakes     ,'  and Drum Brakes  * Valve and Seat Grinding  * All Makes'Serviced���-Datsun Specialists  Gibsons Phone 886-7919  BLASTING  Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  _���.A|:.Lyy.QfiKllJllXJNSURED-���-���"'  ������-^Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate anytlmo  863-2734      "Air Track Available"      883-2385  TEDDONLEY RENDER HARBOUR  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING LTD.  * Controlled Blasting  * Septic Tanks Installed  ,      FULLY INSURED '* FREE ESTIMATES  883-2274  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD,  Gonoral BulldlrtjjR^ntractori  AU WORK GUARANTEED  > Phone 885-2622  '        Bok 73, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES   '     '��� ��� ��� ���i   ���    ��� i��� i   ���   i.u  ..iiitiij.ii ii-ii ii    l i     ii ii iiiiiiiriiiiiii  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Noodfl  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  BUILDING SUPPLIES   (cont'd)  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  [the Plywood People]  ALL PLYWOOD  Ekotlc and Construction  Panelling ��� Doors ��� Mouldings  Glues ��� Insulation  Hwy 101 Gibsons 886-9221  . '        .I....,,..'',._ i   un,,..Hi-\i ������ - *'' .' :*:   '      'A  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  ���������'������������'.    wllh Redl Mix plants     ' In Sochelt 8 Pondor Harbour  i Backhoes -Dumptrucki ��� Sand A Gravel  r Porpoise Bay Rd., Bok 172, Sechelt  Ph. 885-5333 or 885-9666  DESIGNS  CONTRACTORS  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  .      886.9031  Dump Truck-Backhoe ��� Cat k  Walor; Sower, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  Comploto Homo Renovations   ,,���.!. . ....        .   ���   ,'l (  Carpentry ��� Plumbing ��� Additions  floctrlcal Work ��� Painting  i\ Victor Taskay  GREATER REGIONAL  CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Madeira Park 883-9296  BUD'S TRUCKING  SAND n GRAVEL-FILL  fast dependable service  PHONE 086-2952  '!,"!     V  For Quick Results Use 'Tlmei' Adbrlafi  to Soli, Rent, Buy, Swop etc.  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  DESIGN SERVICES  15 yrs. experience on  large & small projects  now serving the Sunshine Coast  885-5754 Sechelt  n ,.'            ���,,,���'������ ���'���'"'"!                    '  DISPOSAL SERVICES  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  , Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  , "Power to tho People"  PHONE 886-7605  Bo*860 '....     .. Gibsons  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractor*  Residential ft Commercial Wiring  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  CABINETS ^CARPETS- LINOLEUMS  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennet, sales manager ,    -  Phono 886-2765    /  \. .     ���  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  ��. FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS < TILES . LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  GIBSONS ft SECHELT  885-3424  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  i. '    '  Kitchen Cabinet!  i  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  PEST CONTROL  HEATING  Ren Sim  a  Pole lino Installations      5^   ��� ^Ifictrlc Hooting  886-2062Rick Sim  ^ FIBERGLASSING  FIDERGLASSING  Sundocki * Boat Repairs  Resin, Acetone, Matt  Phone Darryl at 886.9739  fWII|f��W��.^*M^*W**WW��p^lW��p'''��"J*^r'-p*',<��-p'<'��''-��i-',"��'v��l '  Does Your Club or Group  Report !������ Activities Regularly to'The Times'?  SECHELT HEATING  & INSTALLATION  Gas, Oil & Electric Furnaces  Fireplaces, Sheet Motal  Wayne Bracket! Box 72*  Ph. 885-2466 Sechelt, B.C.  LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  FOR AN EVER-BLOOMING OARDEN  WILLIAM BORAGNO    Free Estimates  [Bango) 885-5033  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061Q|||eyAve. .., , Burnaby  PLUMBING & HEATING  SPECTRON SHEET METAL ft ROOFING  Box 710 Gibsons  886-9717 day*     '���  * Heating and Ventilation  * Tar and Gravel Roofing  Ron Olsen Lionel Speck  886.7844 8867?62  POOL SUPPLIES  NEPTUNE POOL SUPPLIES  Liquid & Dry Chlorine, pH Up and Down, and all  other pool chemicals ft supplies, Test  Kits,  Vacuum Hose & Pool Accessories  North Road, Gibsons  886-2103  w����^^w.^����.Aftfr.8��(im��W'����l��<Joys*����-.>�������-��.->rt.'-��..  i        | all day Sat, ft Sun.  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTp.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT  RENTALS ft SALES  Eaiy>Strlp Concrete Forming Systems  ......   Compre��sori. Rototillers .Generator!  Pumps ��� Earth Tampers  Sunshine Coast Hwy ft Francis Peninsula flood  Madeira Park Ph. 883-2585  ���..,-'   I  Here's  an  economical   way   to   reach I  4,000  homes   [15,000  readers]   every -  Week. Your ad waits patiently for ready .  :%.,reference.'. .anytirnel |  I  ROOFING  SPECTRON SHEET METAL & ROOFING  Box 710 \>��*M.^^ Gibsons  RETAIL STORES  CAS HARDWARE  ������   . ' 'Sechtlt,.B.C,  APPLIANCES r- HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  ~-���  H ^^iwJ^^Rj'ilR^tA^^T   ^^W    ^m^r^.vJ^m\,l%\mJm\f.  ���: ''"������������ '">#->��� f-  Wi,',.1";,',', V'l.  vvv-y. #��ux�� -���",'. ;,;;:,���, yX; "V*1 !\ul.  il.\., j,., i  1,   '    '              ,.         .'     '���  Hiflft ^^^ ftMMft *m|k hh  _^|^ HHft ,m_wm_\ ftfMM JHaift mmm ^dHHft ^___   l__^ .mmm,* amhb ^mm^.^mtm. imib. J^mm. i^m^ .^^^m ^^^^ _ ^^^_ /^^^^ M^^^m-  ^mm^ wiw��� l^mt^w wmi^m mmm ^^mm ^^^^ ^*^m ^^^m'^mi^m ^^^mi-^^^^m w^^^m wwm^m ^^^^^i^^^e ���<,%%%%* fmmw mymmW ^^mmT mmmw 'm^mm wmmf mmmm. n^He ^mmmW  Ron Olsen  886-7844  ���9717 Days  * Heating and Ventilation  * Tor and Gravel Roofing  Lionel Speck  886-7962  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  y. ,        Your One-Stop  Roofing Suppjy Centre  8862489  ""���'      '."' ��� '    I ��� ��� ���!���������������  SHOE REPAIRS  SHOE & LEATHER REPAIR  Field Rood  2nd house behlrtd Homestead Rostaurant  Open Mon. ��� Sat,, 9 a.m. ��� 8 p.m.  885-5424  I'll > ���"'      l' IN   I 1 1  TIRES  i COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Olbsons, B.C.  886-2700  .��.���.,...,,...... ������r.SMmMnvicep'   ;AII Brands Available v  Monday to Saturday, 0:30 am to 3:30 pm  ��� Friday evening by appointment only  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  - Cprjiplttfi Jjjw .Service^,.,.   - Prompt, Guarantee^, Insured Work  - Prices You Can Truil  Phone i, Rlsbey,  885-2109  H*t��il��wrpHBMfc^k'it*t'''i��(''tf1i^M?|;(SiiK'*-'V*-��-*   I* Hff*   i>rfiW"te<IK_W_W_^_W_tk'mftyn^,IMm>^^^  ��� Pays To Use 'The Times' Directo  ^m^m&&J.-Z$mAm-'4>^^  ���>*m"  Htimm.:  m%       "'      i  ..V  M'  R'Suol* i^h^Mmh ���vJM) lit  1    I  ���*^,��^^l^wl��-lWrt*W��J#*��r���>��*> ����.***����?���"��  ,p^1^iv,yllfcw^<,��wrt^BSj��tjr.vy  \     i"  M������ai*fWj��()i!iS������i*!-3ra ir  l' I ,��,,..-      /  ���i_  V  V  rage i>-o  me Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 29, 1978  <"lm\  ���   ii>  s..   PARTICIPATING-^ IN_ the- hospital- Murray,-Wilma_Rodgers,_Madelme__JlalMfront_rjE^^  ��� auxiliaries' annual volunteer meeting Grose, Irene Temple, Doreen Dockar,   Shupe, Jean Whittaker, Billie Steele,  were (back row from left)  Mary Helen Hain, Ruth Steele, Maureen   Peggy Connor and Joan Rigby.  Volunteers mark 39 years of service  Ladies in Red, the volunteers of the Six adds a friendly greeting on the meal trays,   talk was aimed ,at stressing the need for a  Auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospitalrheld-       The Half moon Bay report was by Mary    person to^fiU"thF~vacHt~^itiOif~of  their annual meeting March 15* at St. Murray; Sechelt's chairman is Ruth Steel;    volunteer clireotor,-   -   - Hilda's Hall-              ��� r-.~==r���_~ .. _ Roberts Creekjjy .Bunny Shupe; Gibsons        To continue shesaid^basieally-the role  , Mrs. Billie Steele, president of the host president Joan Rigby provided their in-   of Director of Volunteers is to interview,  auxiliary, Sechelt, chaired the meeting, formation, and Port Mellon's report was    orient and place volunteers;  assess  Mrs.- Ada-Dawe-greeted-arrivals  and ��� by -JDoreeh Dockar _who_is__also_Jhe -existing���volunteer���programs���and;���in-  looked after attendance. Recording the auxiliary'^ representative  on  the   St.    conference with the Auxiliary and the  _jj^events of the day was Mrs. Jean Whittaker Mary's Society Board. . hospital-Administrator���update-easting-  of Pender Harbour Auxiliary^    - There were 31 in attendance with the   services and initiate new ones.  Chairman for the hairdressing service" ladies bringirig their own lunch with coffee        The co-operation from thef first Ad-  m the hospital, Mrs. Helen Hain, Halfmoon and tea' provided. ministrator, Norman Buckley, through to  Bay Auxiliary, reported they could use        After the lunch break guest speaker,  the present one, NickTVicurevitch, and  more help. Sometimes the acute care Peggy Connor spoke on volunteers and   with the entire hospital staff has made it  patients  are  omitted  due  to  lack   of their work in the hospital. ,     very clear that the work of volunteers is  ���      volunteers. The extended care patients        Volunteer^ work for St. Mary's startecTJ~sincerely appreciated,  Aibby's  DICED BEETS  haTe^Top^ofiEyr^aii^ai^foOR^ohg    m 1945) at Pehder Harbour with the ladies       The public is asked to contact the'  -ternrpatients-gives-them-such-a-boost: lnthat-area-supplying-therlittle-extras-th^t���auxiliar-ies-reg^rding-fOFeigR4ajiguages^  There are still baby photos being taken    helped to make the patients' stay more   Sometime the need arises to speak the  in the hospital, Chairman Judy Killam was    tolerable. \ mother tongue tQ a patient and to aid in  unable to be at the meeting. The first volunteer, work in, the new   this is would be appreciated if those who  Mrs. Maureen Hall, in charge of flower    hospital in Sechelt wasx^ making of the   speak otherJlanguages-would-give-their--  -caTe^a^d^er-^oupris-workmg-wellbutr^drapesr This~ was" quite a-work party. name for-the-recordSr-Phone Billie^Steele  could use a volunteer t<Tact as spare. The first job for the first Volunteer   at, 885-2023, or just drop a note to the  The library cart has a good supply of    Director-was to co-ordinate the volunteers   Hospital  Auxiliaries  to'St.   Mary's  books. Magazines are kept rotated at each    for personal shopping. The ladies in red ..Hospital, Sechelt.'  end of the corridors, reports  Madeline    smocks went round the wards in pairs, ^    Grose of Roberts Creek. taking orders from patients, then dashing    "   All occassion address books with in-  The extended care report was given by    down to the village to fill them. __ dexed sections for your convenience, a  Mary'Murray   for   Gen   Smith;   past        This service grew as the others have' very compact and useful small gift. ���JVfiss,  chairman. New chairman is Mary Mac-    since, filling a need in the hospital. The   Bee's, Sechelt.  Donald, all of Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary. ���    volunteer represents the world outside and  Jams Wallis has taken over the physio-    stimulates   the patient's interest in  'therapjrirolunteer-woricers-frorrt-Peggy���-community���happenings^���She���provides  Dalziel.   The .usual   shift   for'  this    companionship that paid personnel cannot  14fl.oz. ..  .47*1*  Smedley's, AA,  STEAK & VEfctlE^l 99  Welch's���-7���p- ���������~ ^gk m,  PRUNEJEOiU^lM  Ocean Spray  CRANBERRY COCKTAIL  24 f I.  o?.  Sunkist  LEMON JUICE  32^1. ox. ������'.�����,  99  Palmolive  LIQUID DETERGENT  39  Campbell's     * Minestrone  * ChicktfK Veg.  * Turkey Veg. IQoz.  Cnjlb  * Chicken Veg.  3/89  Green Giant \aa,  WAXBEANS mm L x.A   39  Green Giant Summer Sweet -  PEAS  14 fl.oz.  39  Green Giant,, Cut & Seasoned  GREEN BEANS  14f|.oi.  39  JYork.  PEACHES  14 fl.oz.  39  32fr.o*  Dad's, Family Pack  COOKIES ��o  $079  2  department is for three hours, with two    provide, because of lack of time and the  shifts per day, one in the morning and one    nature of a staff-patient relationship. .  in the afternoon. *        ���       J     "      .Volunteers are persons who exhibit  . The gift shop in the foyer of the-hospital - true compassion-ioc their fellow beings.  -ami thecart thargoesaround the wards isv~ - For 'the, long-term ' patient, the 'active  headed by Pauline Lamb. Her report was' participation of the volunteer in - the .  given by Roberts Creek president Wilma hospital-program means that the com-  Rbdgers. All is going "weH, with each munity has not forgotten him. This, is the  auxiliary taking a turn supplying volun- significant contributipn'of the volunteer to  teers. A "good selection of Easter gifts,. ��� the patient, not.the actual, services per-,  baby outfits and' many other items is   formed. *       "    > *       * - * *  available.        , "  <      Speaking as  the  first' Volunteer  Gladys Brown of Pender Harbour' Director who has served four-years, two  Auxdiary has the responsibility for.that different terms of office, Mrs. Connor's  tnoney maker for the hospital, the Thrift '  Shop. A good report was read by Irene  Temple.  Then the volunteer chairman for each  auxiliary gave the hours of work put in by,'  their combined volunteer workers.  Pender Harbour's Irene-Temple 4old  how that auxiliary provides tray, favors for  special occasions through'the yeajrs.v;ri\is"  St^Andrews Church  Madeira Park  BUILDING FUND  . Donations will be -  gratefully received  V**"'* fi  ���;. . .\JWa|)'-tb -,/_ 'A  ��� ��� St^ Andrews Church' .-  \ P.p. Box 23*  Madeira Pari* VON 2H0  .-.   x /--v.   ������''   I"  Women's films  to be shown  Tlie, Wpjtnen's Centre wi|J show the  French film "thcrese" as the first in a ���  series of films by and about vvtinvcri. ''���"X'  "Thercse;" which den^ with the ex^  periences of a wom^n 'Who/ leaves her-  hiisband.wiil be shown Sunday April % at  7:.^0 prmv at the WllsoriCrtfe^ Scout Hall.;;,  Oithbr films in tjjio series Iqciis on:such> *  themes as rural wonjen, womeiv and the"'  arts,   rape; 'aging,  suffrage   and * thp  problems of teenagers.      .       "���"���'., ' '��� ;  The films will be shown otvco a month at *  the ^cout HaU and admlssiorj Is $1 For.,  more information contact!'Donna Shugar  at 885-5422. r     .���     .,'   :...*;'  ^>  Attend  ��� ��� *  the Church  your choice  '" ������������''���'.. SUNSHINE CQAST  "GOSPEL CH LURCH      "  .^/DTivi*; U,��y Upiuhil Lnurpl ��� .���  ; '���:"���[". " ���' '' 'Davi^jivy >v ;. ������ ���) ,-;<  Siinday^ScljopI ,.."....,..,.,. .',();45 uhi  Monilifg-Sctoice '.".'���v.,., .11:00 n'lif,,  'I'iv'cniiig Sc'rV^'c ,, i ���.".'.,. .V.��� .'il7;00 \mf  '"��� Wed'. I'rayc^iiHl UUilcSjtiily " '  i/'    ;'\      :i'h��iieH85:52%'' j%...   ���;.',  1      ''iMHI'di'llMuhltillOtlill'X'     '���"  ,!    Pastor'eiityorci M.cMVillcn11   '.'/'  UNITED CHURCH  ��� ..���-_ ', ' -/^^   <, ,   ,\      "  ", Ri'v.Aii'iu%tk:fy. Rnnlmrdt) f '.  .    '    *   ,   tlg(S��2333        ��� \  .  ��� 9:30 arii ~:St,'Johri^- Wilsdn Cre^k''  #mi  ���     CHRISTIAN SCEENCE " ,  Scjiv^c iMid^undh^ Sctwol'eacljSuiadayy  at 11:30 a.irj. '(except \M Sunday"in'  montji i>X"|2:30i p.m.). ,W^d,( Ev^n'jngs, ,  7:30,  '*    ' ^ y   'J  l Wll iii St,.lohii'$"Vtlit(!{i Clwfqhy   .  Darts /iqy,'   ' '   ���  Phone.885-3f57, 886-7882, 883-9249  V  CATHOLIC CHURCH  ;',,���::    , ���Kiy,-r.Nicfiohon,l>astor  .'}���'������ y '���'.*~A\- ������,'^AX /������������.','-.'���"     '��� ���'������  ,      * TJMES OFSUNDAY MASS, "      ,  8:0(ip.nySJU:cVc.(\t'St' glory's". Gibsons  .8:30'n.m, OurLndy "of pburdos, on the  'Sechelt'Indian Reserve   " ���     '  .. iftlOQ^r.hi; ��t Tli<5 Holy.Fijmlly Church in  Sechelt        ���' ��� .      , ���<"' ,��������� '"      .  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Act an[d;with the co-operqt(on of  For0sfryr$ervic��:and The^ViH^  bistrict yvill isstie fire permits in, the following '���manner':- *  ,.c  From April lst,f 197,8 until October 31st, )97S  ,     <      ;        t'p ��� ','     p'   .' ���' !��� '''''",':,!' ��� ' p  p    ..*-  Step No. 1  ;   , '������.���'    .'���/ ������ ���.;   'v"';-'-.'!;'  .'���"' I' ���'.  .i :  ������\   w. ^y;;  \��.  .....I  <h      **W:r  ; An application form obtciJhdbie df the Sechelt Municipal flail will be .  filled out and deposited there.     '  '   :'',       ,  *.   ,    .  .   ,v  '...'���. . .      ' .   . ���   I..     , ..   A .." '    ,* ��� *     ,'i.,   ",.,"'   "'*,'1 '       ,"''*'    '"   '"    '  '"   " ''AX    ; ���' ' '   "  Step No. 11 "':"'���:���!" "A: '*'<:s,p'p ,���'(���'';'��� .'"������'���-,'���. V'p ''  Twice a week a duly appointed Fire. 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