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 \  ^  >   ��� "I'Z'f-  T^f^t.  '">���'.  Hard times for the Arena  mmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmimrtimmmKmmmmm^^m^mKmmwimmmmmmmm.  I -\  By ED LANDS, "~  After a series of financial setbacks-  Coast Gales Hockey Club directors h^ve  decided to disband the team after March  12,  According to director John Thorold, the  final blow came on the February 25-26  weekend when sparse turnouts -at "the  ���SunsWnirCoast^TenirnetteitllieTDlub only"  about $150 versus, about .$400 spent for  promotion of the games against Gonzaga  University of Spokane.  When the Gales' management changed  ���hands���in-'December���each - of - the -six  ���^directors-contributed- ^00-in- an-Min--  successful effort to keep the club financially solvent.    A'rash of last minute cancellations by  scheduled opponents has been a major  factor in the flagging local support for the  Gales, Thorold said.  The cancellations and generally poor  game attendance have also dealt a serious  _ financial blow-to. the Arena, -said-Arena-  Association President Brian Loewen.  Although hi previous years the Arena  has consistently finished the season $8,000  to $10,000 in the black, Loewen said just  breaking even this year "is going to be a  pretty iffy thing."*  "It seems ridiculous that a million  dollar facility like this has to hinge on the  Ratepayers vote  down Angell's ���  marina 5 to 1  Area B Ratepayers have rejected by an  almost 5-1 majority a proposal tobuild a  commercial marina in Sargeant's Bay.  The vote, taken by secret ballot at a  meeting Sunday afternoon, was 42 against  the marina which would be built by  Welcome Woods developer Art Angell, and  nine in favour. ' v  The two hour debate was highlighted by  a warning from federal Justice Minister  Ron Basford that no government construction funds would be made available to  Angell for his marina.  Basford, who has a home at Sargeants  Bay, also criticized Area C director  Charles Lee for Jhis involvement wkhtthe  p^marina proposal "(  This was the secimd-Jime-^-thi  ratepayers have gather*^ to discuss the  marina. An initial meeting, January 30,  was adjourned after members refused to  6II0w a vote \f ' - taker An the proposal  cWginy many of ihe^aple tr-^ta/JiaJf  w��re Trom outside Area &:  Sunday, only paid-up members -*of the  association were allowed admission to the  meeting which was chsired~by ratepayers'  Vice-President Ralph Mahar,  Mahar warned the meeting he wanted a  "full and complete discussion of the  Sargeants Bay Marina without rancour  and personalities. In other words, let's not  have any mud-slinging."  Angell said his plans initially were for a  "personal, private marina, but then I got  lots of requests for storage space, from 40  to 60 people."       .  Saying he had been criticized for  getting permission for the construction  from federal and provincial agencies  before applying to the Regional District  for a rezoning, Angell explained that he  was afraid of ending up with commercial  property, only to discover his marina  could not be built due to environmental  problems.  "I don't know if I even want a marina in  the area," said Angell. "It would eliminate  ���See Page A-  Gas, bread and  mail will all  cost you more  ���. Your gasoline and Vour bread cost you  more than they did in February.  And in April the price of mailing' a  letter climbs two ce its���five cents if  you're sending lt overseas.  As of March 2, motorists began paying  nn averago of flvo cent< a gallon mord for  gas ns regular gnsollno on the pcnlwiula  I headed towards tho $1 mark.  i ,,Atr peninsuin ^otorsr a~Gulf OH  dealership In Sochelt, t ie prlco of regular  nt tho pumps went from 89.3 cents a gallon  to 03.8 cents.  Ownor Bill Van Weston says tho price  would bo even higher H the oil companies  were not subsidizing their dealers, Even  so, ho adds, "out profits ore really down.  And I mcun really."  Vnn Weston says that without tlio  subsidy he would tywc to charge his  customers $1.11 per gallon.  "It's quite comploK," claimed Dave  Reynolds of Gulf Oll^Canndn Ltd. "Tho  price to dealers will be up by 3.8 cents a  gallon and tho five cents nt Uie retail level  Includes some cnrjlcr expenses thnt  couldn't bo covered beforo."  Tlio  Ha��oHrio pdeo hike follows"a"  January 1 increase of $1 a barrel In the  prico of crude oil. Retailers were forbidden to pass tho increase on to consumers for 00 days, allowing tlmo to uso up  fortunes'of one club, but that's apparently  the way Itlsr," Loewen said. ^  The Arena relied heavily on proceeds  from the liquor_andjsnack bars, which  could average about $1,500 or more on a  good weekend. Loewen said proceeds on  most weekends thi�� season have been far  below that figure.  Gales directors decide to disband  rough play,      ��� ~*"--*..��.~.^_;     ,.  Thprold said that despite the cancellations, .directors felt they had given  season ticket holders their money's worth.  "We gave them 30 good hockey 'games''^  out of 40 scheduled, he said.  He said he hopes that the Gales will be  Jjle to reform next year under the  auspices pf either, the North Shore, Burnaby or Vancouver intermediate hockey  -leagues.  A stumbling block in such an affiliation,  however, is the leagues' position that the  Gales, should pay' accommodation and  travel expenses for visiting teams,  although the leagues have thus far been  unwilling to reciprocate on a consistent  basis in such an agreement, Thorold said.  The Gales homestand against UBC this  weekend will take place as scheduled, he  said.  Gales leftwinger Dave Mewhort said  there is also a possibility that the playoffs  with the Powell River Commercial League  champion, set for April 1-2, will be played..  He said he has asked other team members  to contribute $15 apiece to pay for ice time  for the contest.  "I'll have the total bad news on all the  figures pretty soon, and I'd like to make  some kind of statement at that point,"  Loewen said.        ..""'  He feaid it was apparent to the Arena  -management early in the season that the  Gaiejrwerehaving- problems;-' 'but-they  prepaid the first half of the season so we  -didn'teven have.the option of cancelling  them.";  If the Arena does wind up in the red this  year, it will be the first annual loss in the  association's four-year history.  The Gales' gate receipts, which were  the club's sole regular_source of revenue,  "Had" dwindled "rapidly before the^  management change. .Thorold attributed  the falloff to the series of nine game  cancellations.  In once instance, a team played the  Saturday night game and then cancelled;  the Sunday afternoon game without even'  p informing the Gales. The reason given  -later for the cancellation was unduly  2nd Class Mail  Registration No.  1142  Serving'the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervjs-lnlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, dranfhams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek. Sefma Park   Sprhel��, Halfmoon Bay, Setfet Cove, Pender Hrb��� Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earis Cove, Egmont  Phone  885-3231  20 Pages ��� 15c Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume  16 - No. 14  H  CNA  Wednesday, March 8, 1978  An agreement % principle1  takes the plunge  a  After a round of hard bargaining^ tentative plan for placing the village on the  Gijbsons aldermen and Regional District ^"alstrict's recreation referendum,  directors last Wednesday came up with a        The agreement-in-principale would see  the district assuming total financial  responsibility for the Gibsons swimming  pool if voters approve the proposed  $162,000 parks'arid recreation package.   Aldermen and directors alike later  described the agreement as a significant  thaw in the frequently chilly relationship  between Gibsons and the Regional  District. "Things are better than they've  lieen ^years^'-said Sechelt Director  Morgan Thompson.  Under the plan, the district would pick  up the tab for Gibsons' share of the pool's  construction cost ��� about $79,500 -*- and  would_._absorb_the ^facility's annual  operating deficit, estimated to run at  about $39,000.  In return, Gibsons would join the  district's recreation function. The current,  feferendum proposal calls for funding the  function with a two mill tax lavy, which  means that Gibsons property owners  would contribute somewhat over $15,000 a  ��� year to the function.  If jthe referendum ��� which includes 10  other recreation projects ��� should fail to  win voter approval, Gibsons would not be  required to remain within the function. No  date has been set for the referendum.  Unresolved in' the agreement are  questions of ownership andjmanagement  Program grant ��� of which $200,000 was  contributed by Ottawa, $100,000 by Victoria and.$100,000 by Gibsons.    A portion of the monieswas allocated to  improvement of other village recreation  facilities.  Village Clerk Jack Copland said that  although all of the construction bills for the  pool are not in yet, Gibsons share of the  '-undertaking should "total about $79,500.  The village's contibution is coming from  general revenue surplus, he said. ���  .  Gibsons Alderman  and   Regional  District Director Jack Marshall later said  -that while he was pleased-with" the  agreement, "I want to-see something in  writing. So far it's all verbal."  If area voters approve the recreation  referendum, Gibsons would gain the ad-  .ditional .advantage _roL^some^_reducedV  financial pressure. The village's tax rate  is now set at near the statutory 30 mill  limit, and a two mill recreation levy  collected by the district would offer the  aldermen that much more latitude in their  financial decisions. "  "I'm not suggesting that th^ council  would be interested in raising taxes," said  Hoemberg in pointing out-this situation.  "But it would allow you more flexibility.  -You-would-be two mills further away-from���  the statutory limit."  ^pFthTpool,  Stressing the importance of, settling       The decision to fund all of Gibson's'  < these questions prior to the referendum,' costs for the pool .may mean that the  Gibsons Alderman Lorraine GoddardTsaid, district will have to either trim some of the  "I feel-that before the people!of Gibsons-^ referendum's��� other recreation projects,  -- become invplvedln'mis;, they. wULx^y.f.ra$��t% f*indih^requestslightly over the  want^toknow^nat^mey^rfi^tti^jinto." \twa/mlU'tfce'|ling,,��or'forgo most of the  Area B." Director  Peter  Hoemberg .$2^,000'"cushion''  written  into  the  suggested  that,  although   there.'were  proposal.-  legalitiestcTbe investigated,- "it mighf be " ' Cost* of paying for the pool pushes the  possible that title and ownership (of the', bill, for the total recreation proposal, as  pool) could reside in the village' ahd a' nowVritten, about$18,000 above the ap-  subcommittee wMchincluded people trcok proximately i $16?,000 'which..,1 would be  other areas struck to administer" the ' raised by" a two mill tax.  ���iacility.  The pool was built under a $400,000  federal Neighbourhood Improvement  Jn���v^ew-^f-tbiSYsituationr-Hoemberg-  first attempted ,ta convince the aldermen  ���    y...  " ���"'*      " ���SeePageA-6  A sharp jump in  ' '���    ��� '' }.      ���' 7  crime  Reported criminal code offences in the  Gibsons RCMP district,increased by"36  percent last year and the total number of  traffic charges Va* up 43 percent.  According to Criminal Justice reporting figures, 751Hcrimlhal code offences  were reported to Gibsons police in-1977, as  compared to 552 in 1976. The total of all  ' reported crimes, excluding traffic offences, was 899 in 1977, versus 68J in 1976, a  32 percent Increase. .'   ,  Traffic charges rose from 570 ,in 1976 to,  818 in 1977. Tho number of impaired arid  failure tp blow charges in the district increased from 50 to, 83.  Residential and business break and  entries and thefts were up 40 percent, from  109 to 153. Thefts7Under $200 Incronsed  from 131 to 167,  The category of Other Criminal Code  Offences ��� which Includes such crimes as  arson, trespass by night and wilful  damage ��� rose 47 percent, from 169 Incidents reported to 249.  crease in business break ahd'ehtries, and  "said that the larger number of businesses  provided more opportunities for  shoplifters and another parking* lot,' more  unlcfcked cars for, thieves. X'X  While reported criminal activity was on  the .rise, the1 strength of the Gibsons  detachment Increased only from seven  members int 1976 to eight in 1977. , ',  "And we're not going to get any more,"1  said Nicholas,* VThoy tell me there's lots of  places worse, off than.we are," .  ��� With the number of reported crimes up,,  "you just have to work,on priorities, ^ he  said. "It meaas you, cut back on patrol-  t\mo, on traffic .enforcement. We'll try to  hold the lino on that, but It won't get any  more attention, hnd It should lie getting  moro."    "  He also, predicted that reported crime  will continue to (increase this year, particularly after tlio detachment gets a 24-  liour telephone line, similar to the'system  now ln operation In Sechelt. Ho said ho  ^T~  -r-  p\  ���  sw.  LOOK WHAT FELL out of the sky.   Jerry Davis Igniting a bright orange   his target. Tho twb men also make a  Peter Oehlenschlaeger, a Canada Air  Parattack worker, gave the kids at  Gibsons Ellementary something to  look up to last week. With co-worker  smoke flare on the school's playing paractlcal uso of their skill, fighting  field, Oehlenschlaeger stepped out of fires In {ho Yukon and Northwest  a Tyee Air plane at 5,(XK) feet and Territories during fire season,  parachuted to within a few;-yards of  ���.,.."Tragic, ����PWqnte for the year ^  only slightly to 210 for 1977 versus 208 for   1.  Tho Gibsons.RCMP detachment area  extends from Port Mellon to Fluhie-  I.ockyer ronds In Roberts Creek,,  Year end crime reports for the north  peninsula' area were .unavailable' Inst  Wcek.< A '   ��  Stovebuilders retreat to Gastowti  *v:a  it,  f..\  *t  <\  h'ftfmi'j,  '���' -Au\r  <*v w nf(  Two Gibsons' men w|io were unable to  find n local* slto for their wood-stove  .mnnufaj^rto^ to  take their business elsewhere nnd will  relocate In Vancouver's Gastown area.  Iarry Girard and David Kydd fought a  losing battle with Glbsona' douncll to bo  allowed to construct their cast-Iron stoves  Bxtsttng itocitf of wwerpri^  ;ttay*period*in.ded,lVfa^  B.C. Automobile Association President  Bill McKlnley deplored the Increnso nnd  called on both th^ fedcrnl and provincial  '��� .,a,,y.,.���.���., .p..:[74,..r/a-;*:.:^r:^i,i;A����,';  property would bo rezoned to legalize their  operation. However, tho rczonlng fell  through aftcrltwasdlscovercd the sUp did.  not meet required standards.    '  Aldermen also received, objections to  tho business from Seaview Lnne residents  nnd lost December Issued a, consa-and-  looklng at $25,000 beforo you oven start,  Whoii)ccds thnt-? You're just working for  the bank thon.*!  the previous year, ^ntnl motor vehicle  accidents increased' to 30 from 54 in 1976.  Gibsons Sgt. Ron Nicholas said that to a  large extent tho criminal code Increases  were duo to Increased reporting, of in-  .cldcnts rather than an increnso in crime,  "Wo tried, to Increase public ejwarbness  -for reporting purposes, nnd uto feel-that,we  did get higher reporting:last year," ho  snld. .   ' .  .   7 '  ���.  Inflation also played a role In tho rise in  ' reported thefts, Nicholas said. "In 1978, a  $180 theft wasn't reportable; but hi, 1977  tlio value of those same items, would be  _ over $200 and reportable*," ���  Ho also polnJLod with satisfaction to  greater number of traffic charges laid' and  aVthour police  hotline coming  Gibsqiis area residents will soon be able  to call local RCMP yia n direct 24-hour  .telephone number, * eliminating   the  jiccG8tfl].y���M placing emergency ..calls  Zenith  tka ....-, ...in M. ia     . m\   said ho felt that Increased policing Hi this through tlw>perutor updor the Zenith  ��n���i?i!iWl ��??^��8Wfoqt<  area was the primary reason Uwt traffic   50000 system, ���" ��� ���     ' ,.   , ,  .xXhfr str(��oilT v mtQ[v>m������   accidents regained relntlyclijPblo and      Sgt. Ron Nlcholns snld l)o hopes to hnvo  ,.' ",i ���  for  Alexander  Street  In  Vnnconvcr,   Tho  building will also.house other artists an<J  desist order against the two mon, ^��.^^. *nw-* *. ..    +-.zj,-^  wmwT*'ifcnv1��lw^^ '  In tho centro of tho village.. workshop on the'peninsula they con afford. "%L 2 ~-A ;lro tm' ivSylll f&.. bo solfir*  ..; Girard and Kvdd wero given a torn- "Eventually there will bo the Industrial Intlltoons but tho company Is looking for a  pofpry business licence for the location park," ho said, **but that's golng^to.bo .wholesaler"'In tho Lower Mainland to ,     HdnotedttniUipoponi^^  last fi.'a^x.i^^i^^ dl^buiftpt.toMwrto  ..Mnll.ln^to-Mtiftj.was.followed 1)y an In-' Uio Bom^.^.AAA,'' 'H^M^y'A  v "������--  ������:���"���  ������������.''. "*       ',    ..���:..;     V: ,*""     '     ���''',    '      ' >{���'"��� i ' ' ���'���.'���    .���^!':x\A\.^.,*<y-^x^:."-X>^yf>''X^;'XX''X,.  that  injuries allowed a TWgplflcant   tho now,system lnroperation b> April l;  decrease. '-'   7' *,7   7       After flk change, residents between"  Ho acknowledged, however, thnt'cfhnp, Port Mellon ana'FJinnf. Road In Rokr/i  ������tRs^yroiruiofiiw^yoffwp^ ;  Wrp/cnrs, jj^oro inistnosflos,' hnd   hour thrtoigli the pr'osent day time n.'m.bor- ���  poyoirv^.gotlnolc^^Y,,/,  AiJj^-^-A'      >���".>"  ''   "     '  ���-> :  f 'y"<   X,  \   7  I t  ���s   I  y  *  *>������  r^-�����'���'"'*"  (Wlfl.   MlW    11  i   w**tfieftrt4i#v<t��Wnin'��lw.i *^��p"'*<  n�������if'*��!(*�� tw��^*^pBM^'*MniMi'W^��i����ii,,w''^ �� % w��-i �����^&>4>*to&��fM-&  a>M��p|PB-tt^*V?i��f'��miniHMiW"m��*-* H  jt u��*iu-pws��^*flajm��''P'V  Ojrf'lp  ^ ^fl��l��#Miq|l(m <^?#>^��*iVtym!Mmm*  oWpMS^Qtw^tisttQfmtit il��W^tW*����i'��-*'*l*"l(  w.JpJ-.JJrfk.N*!!^!  'tyivntf hh, it*.* tWftiKttoipe -rat-i ( (HjWKIiPilifftfjiW* �� �����) ^-^Hii��P!W"��*��wii��>*r * tniaWnf P s*��ps����*f^i^j^M��Wir**iw  ,'1X  l*^>r����JWti��ii if.  ���Tt,<  ���atll-JiSWil-*   l��jMl*#*. *   *���  �����*���* H        M>    I       I* -p 1-     pWJ,  *'       I ' ' h  M     s       '  7,  ���>.  {������  11  ./ * ���/..'.  i   ���/*  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 8,1978  >, , '���>  Hume is marina  .' Y >H* "   Y-Y-* ->!,��� Y f  ���>- ' /-' .7   "-' , ;���-;-*���.:.\~r';xA!^jfrW;fy-the unsleeping gtmrfutn t>f~  Dennis Fitegerald, Editor . '   ' w# ortiv r^Af that free men prize,".  "���   ,-  , .' ��� Winiton Churchill  wmmmi  Historic moment No. 2  \ TKe whole scene was just a little  too familiar. Photographers were  bustling around, trying to capture the  "historic moment"- on film: The of-  'smilin^���arid  ficTals  'air  _^        were    ____  con^'tTflafing^T^  mutual reasonableness. It was the  same room and there were more than.  a few of the same faces peering  across the same table.  The event was the joint meeting  lastWednesdaybetweenthe regional  hoard\ and the Gibsons council, in  which i an agreement was -.reached -  wherebiy, the heretofore-reluctant  village'; will join the regional  recreation function."  One cjould not escape; however, a  certain���Sense^of--deja-vu, recalling".!!"  similarly, cordial meeting last June'in  which Gibsons Council negotiated  another agreement-in-principle,r.one  which would have led toL  amalgamation of the Regional  District and village water systems.  No one needs to be reminded about  the outcome of Jthatjgreement. The=  'historic moment" ��� as then-Mayor  Larry Labonte termed it ��� cost  Labonte and Alderman Jim Metzler  their positions, as voters.expressed  their dissatisfaction with the plan. "  The water agreement collapsed ���  at least partially ��� because the  former-council majority didn't take  the time and effort to adequately  explain the situation to their constituents.  The recreation referendum is not  as complicated, nor as emotional, an  issue as the water question. But it  does contain pitfalls, and we trust the  current "Gibsons' Council has a firm  enough grasp on recent history to  recdgnize them. "   ���"'���>���"  ""Alderman Jack "Marshall is right  in stating "thairthe new agreement-  should be spelled out in writing. As  probably the foremost-Regional-  District skeptic on council,- he has a.  sizeable following in the village and a,  responsibility to represent those  concerns in the courle of any rapprochement between Gibsons and the  7district.-That!s_gQod_politics for him,  and it's also the only way that  relations between the village and the  district will ever improve.       __��' !.  ���-In the same vein, the question of  ownership and management of' the  pool also needs to be resolved before  the referendum.  There don't appear to be any  substantial problems in.firming up  the agreement, but it is important  that all these loose ends be tied off  and that Gibsons residents be well  group member  Editor,,The Times"       - ^  On behalf of the members of the  Standing Committee and myself, I would  .like to thank ypy very much indeed for the-  excellent news coverage you have given to  the proposed Gibsons Marina  in  this  week's issue of your paper.  ���It-would be appreciated, hogeveivif-a-  correction could be made advising, the.  public that Alderman Ted Hume is the  second Alderman on the Standing Committee (and not -Alderman Lorraine  Goddard a> mentioned in your paper).  Alderman Hume is a very active member  but Was unable to-be present for the news  conference due to pressure of business.  Alderman Goddard was in attendance'to  -^d^er^uppwtrtcrth^^Ming^'  "mitteer ~  3om-  ��� Thank you.  L.R. Trainor,  - Alderman,  Village of Gibsons?  mformed~about  what's" occurfingT"  These historic moments don't come  along all that often, and it's important  to build on them.       Even if the recreation-referendum  should fait at ..the polls ��� as _ many  officials worry that it will ��� and  Gibsons then' withdraw frorn^ the  recreation function, a successfully  conducted agreement between the  village And the Regional District will  still have to be viewed as a little bit of  progress. And in this area we need all  the little bits of progress we can get.  By MARYANNE WEST    - ��� V  Reading of the proposal to widen the  road around Gospel Rock,, a ^ former  resident sent me a copy of the 1925 edition  of the Directory and Guide to' Gibsons  Landing ahd District.  It's a fascinating little booklet giving  useful  information -"not  only  to  the  =They've'jusrsprayed;So-you'll just have to get used to "them.  the year  "'���To many the view from Shepherd's Bluff,  or Gospel Rock as it is more popularly  called; i's*unsurpassed,...and, there are  numbers who take the walk again and  again and never weary of the rugged  beauty of the scene. The Rock, outstanding  on a little eminence from the surrounding  country, puts one in mind .of a Nature's  Reflections  Ragged Horizons  By Vern Giesbrecht  Peter Trower of Gibsons h^&Seen; $nd  experienced, the seamy side of life in a  way that few of us have. At various periods  of his life he was indistinguishable from  any other Skid Road bum on Hastings or  Granville, except for- oney feature,  perhaps: the poems he often inflicted On  his drinking companion?.  YThe poetry tottered with me through  ~"~ purgatdrp~     ;��� ��� . 7 h    ������ ��� .���' -.. .���  was scribbled in bars, in bare beatnik   rooms, \.\  on hungover buses, in the perfumed  -���parlours, or artsy richcliUks 7-:..  'v.:"   and under the grim viadijct   .  .    Was conceived in cells, cellars and  blind-pigs ',,���  was shown to friendly faggots in  blurred beer parlours  was constantly lost oh mindless  safaris '  and was mostly bad  Trower wrote in 'Wet Testament.  Trower's years of effort to improve his  craft have paid off. The 50) poems in his,  hew book, Ragged Horizons 1 (McLelland  and Stewart, $5.95), are mostly good,  ,       Thcro is a toughness abo^t these poems  that reflects Trower's experiences In mills  and logging camps and barg and, mean  boarding  houses.  Tho  characters, and  events that Trower depicts l^wlth vivid  imagery aro not pretty or .cheerful.  Take Industrial Poem, for instance, in  which u mill worker ' " .*  pushed the wrong button an 1 wrapped  his best friend  three times nround a drive-shaft  Indirections' tho bones woiji't bend  Not long after the crushfld man wns  removed, tho mill started up again.  "Hamber for lunch tonight, boys!"  Joked, a foreman to tho crbw.  I wished he'd smellcd our linte but he  never even flinched J  through. j!  Tho book Is peopled with memorable  and often bizarre characters Trowcr has  'known, like Big Dutch, who's terrorized by  ,   phantom submarines, or Doc Hogan tho  v "Nostrum Man", or BUI,  you spider's second cousin,   <  ���-_'  the Compensation Board would have,  screamed  tho day you rode tho bull-block up the  sour  brooking all safety rogula Ions  for tho mad sake of spooc,  Tho saddest character In this collection  of poems In tlio popcorn man at English  ' as the .sea He never swam in or sailed;  only watched sometimes with remote  yearning eyes.  Poems like Kisses in the Whiskey and  First Dance capture the bittersweet joy of  exhuherant adolescence and Children's  Ward, Love in a Season of Death and  Picnic in December show the tender side  of trower's nature.  resi_d_ents_but-4<rthose"-who-sojouni-in-the���grandstand, and the picture unfolded to  district during the summer season". This, one's vision at this point delights the eye of  1925- tourist guide describes "Glorious the artist and brings a sense of peace and  Gibsons Landing, the haunt of the holiday . tranquility to those whose lot it is to reside  maker" which offers "majestic scenery, and work in cities and yet yearn for the joy  capitaLJishing^Jjathing, boating, ideal   which contact with Nature's handiwork so  climate, freedom from moisture laden^j)ften_engenders.- ���  Jogsjndjnsei;JLpests,4varm-days-aTrd"cool "The distance is about a mile and a half  evenings. Impressive views. Unrivalled   in a S.W. direction froirj Gibsons Landing,  facilities for the holiday maker*.          and even the ravages of the elements have  \    "Among the many attractions which ,.| seemingly donejheir best^ by moulding  jsurr bund  GibYons* Landing '' may "be "" ttie formation of the structure"1to'enT;iB��one  Gospel Rock was a very special place, a.  favourite walk through the woods; there'  was-no road around it until later. It was  also, I've beenJ.old^^pgffiouriteJtrysting^  place for lovers, andthe old trees have  stood silent witness to many' $ pledge of  eternal love. They and the teenagers of  another generation recognised our need  for that refreshment of spirit which otily  the    unspoiled    beauty    of    naj  Hg^rogramfor  Sechelt toddlers  Editor, The Times:  Due to low enrolment, the Sechelt Tot  Lot executive has decided to drop their  under-three section at the end of this  year's session. The mothers of the children  affected feel that this is a pity and a loss to  their children and to the community. We  feel that children under three benefit from  play sessions with their peers in a' 'neutral  zone" environment ��� with lots of room to  expend their energy, with toysjhat have  no "mine" attachments, and with a few  projects that take into! account the widely  varied abilities of children , in this age  group. We also believe mothers benefit  from this type of experience as they can  meet other women with interests arid  problems similar to their own. We envision  a low cost group that is relatively unstructured but flexible enough to allow for  activities planned by the mothers who are  involved! *".'���'  If you are a mom with a child who will  _. be 15 to 30 months old in the fall and you  .._*-  A  ���mentioned the beautiful walks and hiking  tours which make a special call to the  lover of the highway and the great open  spaces so beloved by the admirer, of  Nature, and those who revel in the joys of  an outdoor life", the booklet describes the  communities and points of interest from  the y.M.C.A. camp to Sechelt  to linger a while. From here is obtained an  open view of the GuS of .Georgia and some  idea of how the province is bound together      can. be fomed-by-obser-vingaheYvari^^  surrounding can give. Of course ^such  natural areas within a community do not  bring in a direct return in the form7bT  jjctual__rey��nue,���but���they���add���im-'.  measureably to the quality of life for  everyone. And increase in value in  proportion to the growth of the community  as the years pass.  ..Wf've been given a look back to,a  .jGibsoV ��f^�� years ago,>a;small, self-.  'sufficient''community   in   unspoiled  surrounds. We are still fortunate to have  much of that beauty around us, but if we  would like to be involved in a program like  this, please contact me at 885-3903. If you  do not hear from enough of, you, it will  ulean the end of an under-three program  in Sechelt. So call now so that we can plan  for the fall. It is up to you!  Sue Brennan  Halfmoon Bay  craft that, quietly ply their way upon its  waters.'There may be a boom of logs  slowly but surely heading for the mills  around Vancouver, possibly having come  "~:Two~theTneTappeaT^ften in the poems  in this collection: the poignancy" and  fragility of human existence and the  implacability and immorality of' nature.  Trower, once an aspiring artist, has a rare  appreciation for beauty, especially the  raw, untamed beauty of mountains and  oceans and the universe itself. '  He pays an affectionate tribute to "the  last spar tree on Elphinstone Mountain" ~-  dream on in peace old tree - perhaps  you're a truer monument ,to���man' - than  any rocktop crucifix Jn Rio de Janeiro",  and, in the poem Mountain, portrays! the  mountain as an ancient "hunchbacked  warden of skies" with "ruined cheeks"  and "time-scratched eyes".  Long after men are gone, the earth will  remain, the poet writes. Unlike Robinson  Jeffers,, who watched the awesome power  of the ocean from his cliff-top home In  Carmel and wrote poems glorifying  nature's cruel and destructive tendencies,  Trower views the Inevitable supremacy of  nature calmly.  In 'The Sen Runs Diagonally, ho attempts to put current happenings' into  perspective by linking days In which the  wind'"drives the, waves - in a diagonal  direction - relative to the day of the  sound."  The day, says the poet, "carries . . .  dinosaurs In . . 7its memory," It's tho ,  same 'day that "put 0 Hawaiian spear,  through Captain Cook .., drove Hannibal  over the elephant alps, watched druld  rltuuls... and the building of tho Sphinx."  This day felt the first stirrings  of something other than a bcust  In mythdnrk meadows  when tho world was a garden.,.  It Is only tho changeless day  ;   that has always been. Tho gulls dip  the Island lifts  tho son runs diagonally  Not surprisingly, the 50 poems in  Hogged Horizons arc not uniformly excollont. Somo are marred by excessive  alliteration ("Ignoring tho weaving wining  warning signals"')'! others contuh. trite of  clumsy Images. On tho whole, however,  this ls an excellent collection by a local  writer whoso ���, reputation Is deservedly  78-Tvhat-ttoes^ibsens-4)ftei^^ North. Then there are  visitor? A look at the Beachcombers Set  (Couldn't the CBC be persuaded to do  something to pretty up the outside of  Molly's Reach; it must be a.disappointment to the many who come on a sort  of pilgrimage to see it?) and a scenic drive  , to Shoal Lookout���where one hopes the  distant view Is, so compelling visitors won't  notice the J^kon^bottles and garbage  around theliCfecy  \  Gospel Rock merits a page to itself and  a special write-up by tTg,. Clark in the 1925  directory, Tom Clark and his Wife lived in  a log house built by Jack Kullander on the  Gower Point property now owned by  William Hlggs. They kept goats and raised  most of their family's food and Tom Clark  did some bookkeeping for Elphinstone Coop. He describes Gospel Rock as follows:  coast vessels ofvafious types seemingly in  no hurry but nevertheless passing from  the scene.     . - ._;__��� A....~-   ��� ; "After resting on the Rock, if time is no  object, a short walk through the woods will  bring the visitor to Gulf View Beach which  is coming to the front as a holiday site, and  assuming bathing suits have been taken  along, a dip in the cool refreshing water  here will be found enjoyable. Another good  walk is to4 continue along this routei to  Chasters Landing, the,return journey  being undertaken either by trail or inland  by the road, the distance being about four  miles/'  Obviously for the people of Gibsons  Landing in those days (and some of the  people mentioned In the directory and  many,of their descendants still live here)  Gibsons Landing of the year 2028 be like?  Will' it be just another dormitory community, with people stackepVup in filing  cabinet high rises,; from which the  residents pour forth to the city to work and  travel hundreds of miles for. recreation  and the^chant^ to. jipdv some unspoiled  wilderness?   ,  Christian Science  "A new commandment I give unto you,  that ye love one another; as I have loved  you, that ye' also love one another." (John  13: 34)..     ,,_.,.- '  <j,  ���*������>. Love is the^ost powerful force in the  . world. ���).    ,��V "*,-.. i  Mary Baker Eddy writes, "Oh, that the  love that is talked, be felt! and so lived,  -that when weighed in the scale of God we  be not found wanting. Love is consistent,'  uniform,   sympathetic,   self -sacrificing,  ��� unutterably kind; even that whicli lays all  upon the altar, and, speechless and alone,  bears all burdens, suffers, all inflictions,  ,, endures,all piercing for the sake of others,,  ������'������and-tor"the"''king^om\''ot;heaven,s"'sake."  Misc Writings, Page 312.  The province's finances  are in ^excellent shape9  Between the lines  My vacation  By Dennis Fitzgerald  Bay, "nU��)l brown ghos of ajnan-blurred   Rowing. The poems aro not just for  St*.*)...*  somewhat. llko a, faded, photograph .r".ho  haunted the boardwalk."   I,    X-  Orte day tlie poet talked to him and  learned of'his bitter, doomed life, t^hrco  days Inter, tho poet rotiirond from "sodden  odCHfloyjt^oJp^  - llo.lay7rHikcdl<}clngJ)|e wallpaper:. .  at;'least two, days reprieved from  ' a'gony " " .  half his body blue os tlicsky ��� 7  7 as raw blades' *  *'���������'   /'���;:'���'.' ''"���"" '�����-;,;'".':���"- *"^'-'  |"   f 7 k      X      X  loggers and mill workcrn, or for readers  who've been down and out. They're  straight-forward poems, perceptive but  not profound or obscure ��� poems that  nnyono can cn)oy. y  ..A ��teiiy,,aiJl?ojy  that thoso who changed to sedentary Jobs  had twice ad many1 heart attacks as those  who stayed M'ith (jock-work. Tho hoart  muscle thrives op crterclso! ;  I've been on vacation for a mpmth, but  don't stop11 rending; I'm not going to tell  you about it. Lots of people like to talk  about their vacations, but there aren't  nearly so many pcoplo who like to hear  then! talk about their vacations. That's  , Juatv.ono��. of��tho -llttlo -imbalances .that-  somehow got slipped Into tho natural  scheme of things, I suppose.  Y6u can always* toll who our frlonds  aro after u vacation. They're tho ones who  come around before you've exhausted  your repertoire of anecdotes.  Somo pcoplo can't resist the built-in  opportunity, for taking a little dig, ''Oh?,  Were yciu gone?" asked Morgon Thompson innocently. Oh, wounddd pride.  Rending over tho Inst month's papers, I'd  sny Morgan should huvo.gono on vacation  ' Instead.  I notico Vein Giesbrecht used my nb-'  Nonce to slip In a column about a vacation;  ho took 10 years ago. That's okay, Vern,   qycrylwdyjjiis sIowjvccHcI. ).. ��� .,..,.���   Actually, 1 think I will tell you just ono  tiny little thing I saw on my vacation. Just  one.       ���  Somewhere Just north or south��� I  ���forget- wliW* ~^f.yrok6r (Mtoia^  ����� facilityjieslgntftcd��stho Itandolph,Collier,  Snfety ftoHaslde Rest Aircn. It consists of n  water fountain, a pay phono, n his and  modest monument at tho site, Mr. Collier  ls a former state senator "whose untiring  interest and devotion to the development  of transportation hnve earned him tho well  deserved title of tho Fathor of California  Freeways,"  -I found It touching to conBldor that horo  was a gentleman so regarded with respect  and affection by his colleagues that thoy  would bestow his name on the last  bathroom before Oregon. Anybody who  thinks that's not important has never  driven 50 miles at 3 a.m. looking for tho  next rest area.   7  I think |he Idea of naming bathroom's  after public officials lias inlot of merit and  should be given serious local consideration,        "  With the scarcity of public facilities on  tho Sunshine Const, It might be necessary  to find ultornntlvo structures. Stop signs,  Hydro polos nnd highway guard rails arc  three possibilities which como Immediately to mind. Doubtless n committee  of clylc-mlnded citizens could find others,  ., Or It might bo that somo of our local  businesses would bo willing to permit  public nppolutlon of .their facilities.  "Please ask attendant for key to potor  Hoemberg Memorial Washroom," tl�� sign  ��� ��� \rcVn cut this off right Hero. Anybody  who spemls on ^ntlro column writing about  bathrooms lias obviously gotten much too  Editor, The Times:  In recent weeks public statements by  members of the official opposition convinced me that there is an orchestrated  attempt to throw doubt on the true condition of the finances of the province of  British Columbia.  ;  There has been reference to the  numbers of warrants issued by the present  government, and there have been  repeated predictions of a deficit for tho  fiscal year which ends this March 31.  As Minister of Finance for the  province, I have a duty to reassure all  British Columbians that the finances of  our province arc in excellent shape and  that the fiscal year that ends March 31 will  ���, show a surplus.  Warrants aro simply   a  Cabinet  authorization to spend funds,  Most  governments use them. Warrants have  only been Issued by this government when  there was cash available'In the current  year's budget.'Injho NDP government,  1 wnrrnnts were Issued when cosh was  -dwindling and right In the face of a dcjflclt,  /That's the difference ��� we're spending  money we have while they were spending  money they didn't have.  This year warrants have totalled $167  million and tho principal Items are as  follows:  $7.5 million for Job training and employment opportunities programs  $03.0 million for additional highways  programs . <  $34.0 million for the now long-term  health enro program      ��� ���  $0.0. million for agricultural -rural  redevelopment work under ARDA  $800,000 for reservoir waterway Im  provement  $7.8 million to cover the mess at Swan  Valley Foods  $8.5 million to transfer VRB people to  Human Resources  The bulk of the dollars involved in these  warrants Is going to'provide additional  services to people and for additional jobs  creation programs. 'Our Highways  program alone spells 7,000 Jobs.  ���:��� The attacks launched by the opposition  are mischievous and untruthful and serve  to do nothing but[ undermine investor  confidence in our government.  The opposition will be proven wrong  when the accounts are tabled in the  legislature. I repent wc will have a surplus  this year, as predicted ln the third quarterly report which was made public last  month. ���  Evun Wolfe,  Minister of Finance.  The Peninsula jfewetV  Published Wednesdays it! Seehell  011 H.C.'i. Sunshine Const  ��� , "���*  The I'enliisula Times  for Weslpres Publications l.ld.  at .Seehelj, B.C.  '      "       IWx 310 ��� Sechelt. I..C,  VON.1AO  -������"������'      ��� -'Phond88S.32.il"  Office hours! ft:.1() a.m,  to ft p.m, TucvSiii,  Subscription Kates: (in advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond .1ft iniles, $8  ,     '       U.S.A., S10, Overseas $11,  horsf apda dogglo roliof pit.  According to the Inscription on tho   relaxed on his vacation  ���..������-',   ���'��� ���  "������r  . y  Got the blues?  Want to get away from  .---__������---����__- .^^���^,^~  Take a walk!  !  A   <    r ������  paimriPffinani^c  Walk a Wock.Tfrday.  ������>,  ,*.  ;.4*'  V    < .  **'.  ���***������. 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'   1  *   Jt**mv*����**m * * *       ''a'*.!  ���ar-3-*.  pP^ia*,.  aag��aaaa>��t��*naM*h*t.~.i, ��(-��  ��..(,_*^^i-Pf���1���%*(-,!trtl'*pP��iP)l  i^p��JpaVlPi*.a>p'Ww.ppW  'Urn.        .��!.��.��.��  B^^Vi^*-1-;-:-  f "^*w*6t��^g*|-H"^��**#^(*��*p.^a��.fft��>>^.  \' I ~*'.ff^7=^ *...>*.-  .-^_,U.���-_.._._  7 7/,  Page A-4  ** ;  i^suIaT  Times  Wednesday, March f, J^8  HaHmoon Boy happenings .  A happy 90th Olive  By Mary Tinkley, 885-9479  Next social evening at the Welcome  Beach Hall will be a Bingo Night on  Saturday, March 18 at 8 p.m.  90TH_BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION  On Tfie^afternoon of February 26, the  Welcome Beach-flail was in a party mood  to do honour to blive"(He^ui^iilwr90Ui  birthday. Strung across thehalTwas-.!:  '"banner reading-I'Happy-Birthday-Olive^,  ^tne-w<>rk-of7the^WelGonie-Beacli.Sketch-  Club. "The lace covered tea table gleamed  > with silver and flpral decorations by Janet  Allen annd a huge birthday cake was most  appropriately decorated with a design of  an artist's'ttfols ��� easel, painting, pallett  and tubes of paint. On her arrival, the  _ _guest of honour was presented with a  corsage of pink carnations and the rafters  rang as more than 60 guests sang "Happy  "^Birthday to you."  of control and fell from one road level to  another. The wreckage was unbelievable,  yet the driver escaped with only a slight  concussion.  The next day they passed a trailer-  camper which had folded up like a concertina after a collision with a truck which  also sustained considerable damage. In  ^iorffiera~^altforflia--ttoey-weFe-fliovin;  "slowly along Highway 99 onJtccountjafr  'Wea^folTT^ling^frtMfligfiway for gas,  they were warned not to attempt to get on  Interstate 5 as there had been.a i3-truck  and car pile-up caused by fog.  Hugh Duff advises motorists never to  try to drive through Portland in the rush  hour, for of all American cities, he considers it the worst. They spent a harrowing  one and a half hours fighting the evening  rush hour. In comparison with Portland,  Hugh says, Seattle is a dream, for you can  )  Electors discuss the rock,  garbage and vicinity plans  -.        , ~ -      p * **  The-March monthly' meeting bf*-the   census which has developed between the  Elphifist-orie���-I&ec^^jfs-^AssoeiailoR^membei^^  discusseijarbage disposal on the Sun-   the community. General objectives have  shine Coast andthe'pros vand cons oFtfie  present sanitary landfill method. This  Maslet^f Ceremonies-Alex- Ellis -sliae_ti."migrHlgh^y-l05 and miss all  conveyed to Olive the greetings of all her  -if riends and told something of thehistory of  this amazing little lady. Born in  Yorkshire, England, she had. achieved  fame as an artist at the age of 18 and had  come to Canada in 1913. In 1928 when she  OLIVE CLEAR, honored on her 90th  birthday February^ at the Welcome.  Beach Community j Hall, is pictured  here in 1974. Among the more than 60  waiting to welcome th_em_with_a splendid   guests at  the  celebration  were  dinner. "������  heavy traffic. It was good to get home at  Jast^ga^ticularly as son and daughter-in-  lawTGern^aTid-HHazerYliertiielet" wece  The  Duffs   recommend   the   Shiloh  was 39 years old, she cycled alone f*>m   Motels^which they found in Washington,  Vancouver to Prince Rupert, a distance of  1,011 miles, in 13 days. Travelling through  miles of wilderness country and over  rough gravel foads, she had slept un.der  haystacks when there was no other-accommodation available.  ��� After her marriage to Guy Clear she  lived with-hiiaat various lighthouses along  the coast and on their farm at Courtenay.  During her years on the Sunshine Coast,  -she had been a staunch and generous  supporter of all community. endeavours  -Recently Olive broke her hip, but a new  plastic hip has not kept her off her feet for  long. In a gracious speech of thanks she  said how happy she was to see so many of  her friends and receive their greetings.jOn  being pressed for one of -her popular  recitations, she entertained with  "Friendship" and "The" Shape I'm In",  proving that her voice was as clear and  -unfaltering���as���ever__and._ her memory  uriimpaired.'Grace Rutlirford read a poem  which she had composed in honour of the  occasion.  Astrid Kadin convened \h% tea on  behalf of the Welcome Beach Community  Association. Hostesses were Alice Fraser  * and Jean Petit. Janet Allen, Mary Tinkley,  Thea-Xeiichte   and Blanche  McCrady  ' poured. Assisting Olive in cutting the cake  was Freda Rhoades.  'Among the guests were members-oiLthe  Montana and Idaho. The restaurants in  particular were outstandingly good.  Patrick and Patricia Murphy spent a  most interesting weekend at a Weekend  Marriage Encounter at Rosemary  Heights, White Rock. They found it a_  wonderful experience and would  recommend it to any married couples.  Mrs. Murphy would be most happy to give  further information to anybody interested.  You can phone her at 885-9487.  The new owners of the Roy Doyle house  who have now taken up residence are-  Judge John Holgate and his wife Una,  from Regina. Neta Hoagland, wfio came  west from Oshawa in January, is this week  members of the Sechelt Senior  Citizens   Assn.,   Sunshine   Coast  ..Lapidary   and   Crafts,   and   the  Welcome Beach Sketch Club.    -.  settling into her new homejat Eureka. Mrs.  Hoagland is the mother of Maybeth  Receveur of Redrooffs Road.  SUMMER?JOBS  Joseph Calado of the Canada Youth  Employment Program is planning a visit  to Sechelt to discuss with interested employers arrangements for using young  people during the summer months through  this program. He will be at the (Tourist  Bureau in Sechelt on Thursday, March 16  an,d will be prepared to answer any  questions.  The Creek runoff  An everybody welcome dance  By Annie Dempster, 885-332(1  Sej&e& ^pifEjPNize^  Sun#ne Coast Lapidary, and grafts and fr0m ���?��� 'to  the Welcome Beach Sketch" Club. One  guest at the tea, older, than Olive Clear,-  was Mrs. Amy Lambe of Sechelt, who is 91  years old. Like Olive Clear, she is still  going strong, having* spent her 90th bir-  thd&yin her native Norway and planning a  -reluriLtrip there this year.  WAYS AND MEANS FAMILY DANCE  The Roberts Creek Community  Association Ways and Means Committee  are planning a family, dance for April 1, at  the Roberts Creek community hallrThis  will be an "everybody welcomelLJance,    watching them: fr<ffn thatjparticularg]  rvg^ndparehty. - RfefresKf1^  ments will be served and there will be a ��� another one close by,  EAGLES PERCH DOWN  What a shame it is that the top of the  eagjes perch on Henderson Beach is no  longer. It must-have blown down in the last  big wind. So many of us have enjoyed  . may be relatively inexpensive but really  does little more than covep over the refuse  and the inevitable leaching in wet con-  ' ditions remains a pollution hazard.  Concerned about the need to recycle  ���me$als,-glass and-compostable material  plus the fact that sooner or later as the  population grows suitable land for garbage dumps will be difficult to find, the  ,- members asked Regional Director George  Gibb to continue to press for /a more  detailed study of alternatives.   Satisfaetion-was-expressed-that-Glbh  will attend the government .sponsored  seminar, on garbage disposal in Victoria  next month,.and it is hoped the association  will be able to send Dick Derby as well.  , Gibb reported that apparently the  ' Department of Highways engineers insist  on backing the middle route for the new  highway regardless of the often and  clearly expressed wishes of the people for  the higher route. ���'  . Maryanne West reported that Gibsons'  Council, although, apparently favouring a  Gospel Rock Park in principle, were not  willing,to take the initiative to gather the  basic /information necessary for any  seriotis discussion of the matter. Gospel  Rock ��� to" be, "or not to.be ��� has been  turned over to the Gibsons Vicinity  Co^nmittee, to be renamed the Sub-  Regional Committee, in which Gibsons  will now officially-participate.  A most interesting report on the work of  the vicinity committee1 to date was given  by Sheila Kitson. Although the'meeting  held on alternative Mondays at Elphinstone are open to the public, few of us have  attended. The members of the committee  represent' the area from Langdale to  Seaview Cemetery, but up to now Gibsons  "representatives have not participated,  waitjmg until .the mandate of,-.the committee was clarified.  . However, much preliminary work has  been done in the four meetihgs"whfch have  been held. Kitson���expressed "her  satisfaction in the strong sense of* con-  ~been formulated in_ several areas, in-'  eluding the maintenance o�� a primarily  rural atmosphere and the encouragement  of environmentally located light industry.  An improvement of beaches and walking  trails;  the need for  parks  and  that  , development should take place in an orderly fashion where services-are already  I available wasv. discussed. The need for  i corner stores in odtlying areas within  walking distance of neighborhoods was  -noted.    - -      Public hearings will be held when the  'ideas generated by the committee have  "Keirru-gaTrizedintoan^fficM^ocumentrT-  and before the final blueprint is confirmed.  - The committee welcomes public input  through contact with the Chairman, Kevin  Ryan, or Vice-Chairman Bernie Parker.  The next-meeting will-fee-held-Monday at  7:30 p.m. at Elphinstone.  The local funeral home charges  no fee for pre-arranging and  recording your funeral instructions. Those who have  already enrolled in Funeral  .Plans or Societies, but prefer  arrangements or service locally,  should'take advantage of our  Pre-Arrangement Plan.  The local Funeral Home offers  all types of services, .Funeral or.  Memorial, at moderate cost.  The, .local   Funeral   Home   will  arrange  =-bttfiater-  for   local    or   distant  cremation sr^r^service^  your  local  what  you  in other localities.  -*���At time of  bereavement,  first call should be to the  Funeral Home, no matter  type  ' of     arrangements  prefer.  ��� py% frvtt&en, cn'oJimcttco.K  Kiltie 'a-rj, fi&o-He:  D.A. DEVLIN  owner-m a nager  Devlin Funeral Home  166$ Se*#to# T&t. (fyfa***  886-$551  </  For Quick Results Use AdBriefs  J   HOWIE MEEKER  HOCKEY SCHOOL  POWELL RIVER, B.C.J  JULY 23-AUGUST 5  We have acquired the use of Western Canada's largest public  Recreation Complex ��� included are 2 ice arenas, a 37.5 metre  pool, 700 seat theatre, health spa and saunas, weight training  rooms, dining facilities and activity areas. Complete outdoor  recreational facilities and a beautiful beach are within 5 minutes  walk.*  A full time recreation director is a member of the School's staff.  ���('���"'"  ADDRESS APPLICATIONS AND INQUIRIES TO  HOWIE MEEKER HOCKEY SCHOOL  6510 DUNCAN ST., POWELL RIVER, B.C.      V8A 1V4  'mEPHONE: Area Code 604-485-629 f   '-  _ between 9a.m. Y 5 p.m.' (Monday-Friday)  find'  raffle for adults and children. Tickets will  COLD WINTER IN FLORIDA  Late last October, Hugh and Irene Duff  followed the birds south again. Leaving  Vancouver in beautiful fall weather, they  drove in heavy rain through Washington  and���pregon. In southern California it was"  sunny but cold, and they stopped for two  days' rest in Desert Hot Springs, They  crossed Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas  and drove the bright, sunny miles through'  Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana and  turned south in Florida to St. Petersburg  where their sister, Clara HaU had settled.  For the second year running, Florida  had a cold winter, with day temperatures  of 50 degrees F., dropping to 29 degrees at  night. The greatest altitute in the state is  35 fek above sea level and there is consequently no protection from the winds  which howl across the peninsula from the  Atlantic to tfie Gulf of Mexico. TJhe results,  saysthe Duffs, can be decidedly chilling.  They had intended to stay south until  ���Ap0l7butrthc-suddeii-death-of-thoir-sister_  Clara on January 17 made them change  their plans. They disposed of their fur-   excitement Into some of the ladies lives  go on sale within tne next weelrorsorWeML  keep you posted as* to where to purchase  them. The price of the tickets will be $10  per family regardless of how large your"  family is.  The purpose of the Ways and Means  Committee is to raise funds to aid in the  building and equipping of a community  centre for. Roberts Creeks v.!:,  The Committee is a^o trying to  organize, a Roberts .(Dreek Days  celebration. If anyone woulcHike to share  their ideas or time and energy, come out to  the meeting on Thrusday, March 9, at the  Women's Centre*.       *  YOUTH EMPLOYMENT  Mr. Joseph Calado from the Canada  Youth Employment Program will be in  Sechelt on Thursday, March 16, from 10  a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Tourist Bureau.  He will be answering questions and giving  guidance ,to local business people who  might be interested in this program.  LEGION MEETING  The Roya|i Canadian Legion Branch  219, Roberts Creek, will hold their general  meeting on Wednesday, March 8, in the  legion hall  -MR. CARLOS, ENTERTAINS  Mr. Carlos once again brought a llttlo  jreetings_J1l  Belated Birthday Wishes to Pat Arnold  who celebrated o^-^arcn 4.  SHOE SHINE* BOY ** v  Young Michael Taylor has-had his shoe  shine stand set up lor the past couple of.  weeks, 6Very Saturday outside of Seaview  Market. He's not been doing a booming  business to date but he certainly has  perseverance, This week, he has sprained  his arm, but that didn't stop him from  being on the job. If you find polishing shoes  distasteful, why not take tHem to Michael  on Saturday and let him do the job for you/  SUBSETS - 7'7'  Have you been down to the beach to  watch the sunsets this week? They have  never been more beautiful. It seems as if  there is every colour imaginable colouring  the sky and the water. It does ones heart  good to see such a sight.  nlture ond effects and left for home on  February 15. For most of the roturn  journey they experienced good weather,  but were depressed at witnessing severul  bad accidents. In El Paso, Texas, a  tractor-trailer loaded with cotton, went out  '       .':   A ��� .  with his entertainment. He really is a fine  dancer who seems to thoroughly enjoy his  profession, especially when he has a  responsive audience, His "ladles only"  performance seemed to be quite a success.  Ho promises to come back real soon.  tt^t  ��� J1 ^; -  atv  -^^a  With the Guide,  you can  Bodycheck:  Too fat? Too  thin? Too tired?  Too ofton? Do  ..something-for-���  somebody.,,  Your body!  Fitness Is fun.  Try some,  pamtcipaaion  WINNING NUMBERS FOR FEBRUARY 1978  ^  ^  Ml  Sm  I  PrOVinCial FEB. 26 DRAW  $1  MILLION WlNNINGNUMBGRS  |2|0  I2I3I3  5  7  5|?  4   1   4  1  3  |4|.4  |1| 6   4  9  3  ; $100,000 WINNING NUMBERS  | 4| 2 h4| Q I 1 j Q| Q|  3   15   6   0   7   6  last 6 digits win  last 5 dlgll^wln  ��� 10,000  $1,000  neBl^-dlpltrwln"-'"-"iaiao  last 3 digits win  flip"  KEEP YOUR FEBRUARY/MARCH TICKET, IT'S ���  AtSO mmW FOR TUB MARCH 27 DRAW,  for A I im 01 fWi'p. Nwrnlwri On The ftil-r.'nry ()!h  WnMmr* f.M*!��!**�� Uhw, Wriln In ,.  "W^nT^mrtpXtTiTt*^  OiiB I f'ativi(;vvii5ci'jfi^i|WtniP!):wo.. MuruMC_at.jp,,.,,,...  ..   FEBRUARYflPRAW  $100,000 WINNING NUMBERS  $  ,Q  8  5  6  3  9  3  5  0  1  4  5  4  0  4  3  9  2  3  3  0  9  2  9  4  5  4  3  4  6  0  3  0  3  7 FEBRUARY 22 DRAW    , ,'  $100,000 WINNING NUMBERS  0  2  2  0  2  2  8  4  7  1,  P  5  0  6  1  9  S  :B*"  T  o  '���'3'  3  8  0  0  $  9  1  2  3  7  I'tV*  TZjS\  ���:rr  last 6 digits win    $1,000  iaaf4'dlqtt^^m~j""flOOY"  Haat^'dlglf��\Win<^"-"�����)'aii'7*  ^iy^-**!  ��#*$���**  ipti^-.iMtJ'M^  flGY7���. ��� ->��, ���.Wnf^xi^ft'^peKJp**.'''1 %���,'.'���:*!:.'': ��� 77"''' tW*'-i,:J'^^'t*t'f*���"Mr*"'".'\<?��*��� Yv-Y-Yl  f   '^a-A . 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The Peninsula Times
Memories of '33
by Peggy Connor, 885:9347
Women's Day celebration
to Harold and Len Swanson. He drowned   Neil and Marilyn Campbell have" to look
wWle-scuba-dlving-with^hls-son-in-the—back-on after-a-wonderM-hoUday-spent-at-
Bahamas a few years ago. Norman hid   Papakae, the Claytons home away from        ^ evening gathering in celebration of the evening will feature poetry readings
moved to Alberta where, he made it big in   home in Maui.            *                            International Women's Day will be held films and music.              .                  '
the oil drilling business.     •                     _ They enjoyed the lazing in the sun,    March 8 at 7 p.m. in the Roberts Creek Participants are  asked to bring
school..:  refreshments and musical instruments.
Didgeridoo at
Jack Mayne was secretary of the playing in the water and just relaxing.
Sechelt School Board in 1933 and Miss SECHELT AUXILIARY SMORGASBORD
Stocks boarded at the Mayne!s.  _ Thursday; March 9, St. Hildals Hall, at
There was no school bus, and students 2 p.m. Jje monthly meeting of Sechelt
GARAGE SALE FOR ART'S COUNCIL   Jammy Face" by Jean Berry..                 ^ teacher alike would long remember Auxiliary to St."Mary's Hospital wu%be
The. new building for the Sunshine       The whole class took part in "The    the lengthy trek up Northwest Bay Road held. There will be a discussion on the
Coast Art Centre will benefit from the   Telephone Conversation., A recitation" by    wfth the tall trees swaying in the wind. It Spring Smorgasbord to be held April 29 in
huge garage sale Saturday, March 18, 10   Harold Nelson was  "The small boys    was specially scary, during the winter place of a fall one. March 15 will be the
a.m. to 4 p.m. at'St, Hilda's Church HaU,   Loquitur". Then "The Home Made Play"    months with the thought of cougars in the annual volunteers meeting-same place
Sechelt.                                 * had ten.participants. A solo, "The/Night   darkness as the teacher trudged home to only at 11 a.m? for all auxiliary members
; If you have any articles to donate to this   Nursery, by Alice Nelson was followed by    Sechelt. She was paid $950 per year:.' interested.- __——	
worthy  cause,  they  may  be  left  at.   a recitation "The Messenger" by Bobby.       SF.PHP.LT-jjRRrA'RV	
Whitaker House Arts and Craft Center—   Wood. A^g-^^e^ree4dtfle-PigS*rwai        The  Sechelt  Public -Library  has r'              ""'
JhalJMg white -house-on^tfte~ corner of   done by Esther and Alice Nelson and Jean    recently purchased a goodly number of
Cowrie, and Inlet in Sechelt—or phone 886-   Berry. "The Circus Drill" was by all the    non-fiction and biographic books. It is open
2680 for items to be picked up. A chance \,o   boys. A special request song by Mae, Jean Thursdays from 10:30~arm.~to~l p.m. and
^rid your place of-white7elephantslffiaPmay-=- and"Pat Berry waS-therlasknuffibeidtefo^
be someone-else's treasure. ~ ' '    the song and Tableau, "Silent Night" with    year g^d books are available to all.
Thanks to Jack Mayne we have .a       The'concert was followed by a little    FLE WINNERS A New Guinea face mask adideeridoo
programof a Christmas concert by the   party for the students.         *                        Mrs Bobbie Bodnarek was the lucky ' ,f   !7 ivJ    • .*•     ° *,17  ^!
kids oftSechelt School in 1933*. Five of the       The teacher, Miss-Freda Stocks; was a    winner of the macrame plant hanger made a   SSSiSlTT TrtiS   to
_ participantsarestilllivinginthear:ea and,   wonderful teacher wellliked by her pupils    by Doris Housley. winner of the cushion beshown March 18 during the earaee sale
as they are related'to most of the others   and taught grades one to eight from 1930 to*   W^.K. Martin and Mrs. Jean Wood now ^d b^tteS
they all return now and then. The one room   1936. She took a year's leave then stayed    owns the stuffed doeeie   TheWWC's ne^^ me^!fs"me ^^ rts ^uncu-
schoobwas up Northwest Bay Road where   on in Vancouver. She married'Ken BelcheF    wish to thank aU who~ nfributed to their J^ faT on o^Xy Tl TSKK
^B-CHydrohasitspolesortrngandstorage   in 1959 and passed away in 1971.                organization by purchasing tickets.      • church Hall in SeS
area. The school is stiU in use, on the       Harold Nelson is now the mayor of    r^L™,, ™4[Bmmprnm aecneu.
Sechelt Elementary grounds.                    Sechelt. AlicecNelson, his sister, is now       T„" „?^*SS2iSI!Sm ■    Q* ViewinS » by donation and proceeds
The 1933 programme started off with a   Mrs. BUI Billingsley of West Sechelt.    fho T7mwgJX£^!„TrK! 1!1 wiU be given to the Arts Council building
carol by the entire .schoolmen "Waiting   Sister Florence is on Vancouver Island,.   ^J^i^SH^SSS funtL    "
for the Doctor" which included' most   and sister Esther in Vancouver Jean    Zac<™ AiiT^ .!^ „ ^S, i? The council still needs sale items for
ever^-              :   :     -        >   '      *<"** **  ** ^ Berry lives in    ^pJS^^S^ next Saturday.
hv^Tn%°£iPaperDOllS',WaSaS010   JS^f^t^h^? * ^hm^   'p«SteTleS^from thTgove^len Spokesman Trudy SmiU_says-a large
by Florence West.                                   Gibsdn of West Sechelt. Jenny and.Mary .. *   nttnB a lease fo_ ^ Drolrtv which rocker and some used lippliances have .
"Ghost DrUl" included Jean.jUice,   Gowland Uve on"the Lower Mainland.   ,    ^^^1™^ been donated.  "And loto and lots  of'
Norman, Bobby   Jenny, Florence-and      ■ Archie West isihere in Gittonn. His    -   Bob AUen wiU survey the land as books," adds Joy Graham, another council
Alan. A recitation "The Busy' Housewife",   sister  Florence  West  married OUver    reauired for the lease member.
was done by Violet Wood. Then Archie and   Dubois. Alan Wood married Jean Whyte        volunteers were aui'ck to aeree to work PeoDle with laree items for the -uIp
Florence West with Harold-and - AUce   and they Uve up on Wakefield Road. Violet.   ftn £™ZJ i™f fTl .If Za ZIZ ^7™™*n S! Iwf • I a     T
»T. ,,-„   /mj c*.-\t---.u^i   m         m   7    ..,„,,,„,,          ...     ,.       on clearing land for a ring and other may arrange to have them picked up by
Nelson sang "JoUy Old St.' Nicholas". .-     Wood married Phil Gibbons and they live    *„,,••.•-.•„,, AM«f«-«i-Mj.i,™»i,m.w{. ^ii*„n, c~,„n „* ooc ocon
A    t°. o   „r „_.     „.     .  .    .  ,r                  . „ ..   „T   j     , n*.*i)     facilities. A lot of pick and shovel work is calling SmaU at 886-2680. ,
A  pantomine   Song • "The   Sleeping   in Vancouver and Bobby Wood wed Phil's    ^ l   j .
Mrs. Joan Newsham represented the n   ■    a.     ■
Adult day care
Sponsored by the local women's centre,        A sUver coUectipn wiU be taken.
Village of Gibsons
Beauty" had4He princess played by Violet sister Audrey and they are up in PoweU
Wood, the king by Harold Nelson and the River. Eleanor Wood and Gus Crucil
queen was Mae Berry! became  Mr.' and  Mrs.   and' Uve   in
A dialogue "Getting ready for a Visit" California,. 3    Q    .   '     '
was followed by-a solo "Dear Little       Norman Gustaf son was a second cousin
talk on March 16
soft and fragrant. However before they
left—the rairf came with more storms
1933 AT THE Sechelt school. Back row: Florence Nelsdn, Sonny Reece, ™nno\ ?latone,to fl;eshf "p the ti^8-
.   row: Elsie Reece„,Alan Wood, Esther Eleanor Reece, Irchie West,  Pat wJS£ffS^^a?S^
Nelson, Florence West, Violet Wood, Berry, Dick Derby Bottom row: Mae , ffi^tf^BS Ke S
Jenny Gowland, Dorothy Reece, Berry, Howard Nelson, Jean Berry, store
Mary Gowland, Alice Billingsley, Bob Lily Gowland, Daisy Reece. MAUI MEMORIES '
Wood, Teacher Freda Stocks. Second y      v That is what Bob and Eva Allen and
club at the Timber Days meeting.
- There are plans for a two day training
clinic to. be held in April. Strictly a
teaching situation, it should be a big help
to those wishing this information.
The club has sent for some Saddle Logs Ann Jerrell of Vancouver wiU speak on
put out by the B.C. Horse Owners the Adult Day_Care Center at a meeting of
Association. Riders log their riding time . th£ Community Resource Society Thur-
and receive a patch for their jacket with'  sday," March 16, 7:30 p.m. at Gibsons
100 hours or 200 hours on it. There's United Church HaU. The pubUc is invited,
another one and a big award for 4000 The society is-seeking new members
bours- and wishes to remind present members
The dues are due, $5 for singles ans $10 that 1978-79 dues are now payable,
for family membership. Club treasurer is *„,,,„„ «,„ „..,.,„„*„ *„j^* • i.    j u
George Newsham                           " L Among the Pr0Jects administered by
m  .nil. ■ r.ndrfi - the society are to*5 Minibus, Homemakers
_^WAUU^l|ppiiN -Service.-Senior services,--the-Volunteer
Mickey aW^tty McKay experienced Bureau Alternate Education, and some
ttie hottest weather every recorded^ in Summer Works and Canada  Wofks
Hawaii for February. Lack of rainfall is nrftj0ptc
disastrous m most areas and Oahu is no
exception. The liquid sunshine, as they caU , . T1?e Homemakers Service has.
the midst of sunshine, is what keeps the air
The Village of Gibsons w studying the feasibility of
a Harbour Development Programme which would
^clude~a"350-boai marina. Moorage rates,TprepaicT
annually will be approximately $1.50 per foot, per
month (12 months occiqjiincy for 11 month
premium). Berths to 45 feet are planned.
In order to provide an estimate of the usage rate by
Sunshine Coast residents, and to give them the first
opportunity to indicate moorage needs, the form'
produced below should be completed and mailed
before March 24, 1978. Those, received before the
deadline will be given first consideration upon
completion of the Marina. Commercial vessel usage
is also being considered.
This Is not a contract, the application will be honored'
. only if the Marina is "built. •	
Signature  ....'...«	
Mail to:
The Clerk-Treasurer
Box 340
Gibsons, B.C.   VON IVO
official use only
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"it>,;. };-a  ��� ���<.  - - - y Y  ��� ^W^V 7  ,'\%��    7   ...7  />  .' : r ���/' ���  :- :v  ������-������/  ,  ���-���������   /���:    7   MORE ABOUT . . .  ��� Ratepayers vote down Angell's marina  ���From Page A-l  my privacy and it probably means a big  investment with little return."       .   ���  Angell also said that if any formal vote  was to be held'.oa the project it should  include returnsj_froih Gibsons to Pender  Harbour. "It's the people from outside  Area B who are going to be using the  marina, and they should have a say," he  maintained.  Admitting that the four marinas, in  _Secrgt_Cove have a large vacancy rate,  Angell .'said nis marina would cater lo~  smaller craft.  ",    "It's.the 25-foot books they are in-,  terested in at Secret,Cove," he saidY'My  ^facilities "would serve the pleasure craft  and sport fisherman."  Division of the Environment Canada that  Sargeants Bay was a prime area for  development, Angell said. "They, haven't  committed themselves. I just_made an  approach," he told the audience.  Throughout the meeting, Angell was,  questioned on any engineering or environmental-studies he may have'done on  his site.  Angell said no in-depth studies have  been commissioned as "the marina is not  certain .we're kicking this thing around^  "thTrt^iriflr^vToop Burgerjohn, himself an  engineer, said the marina "is a very  about our. area. I would suggest Mr. Lee  .attend to his own knitting and not worry  about what's'going on in Sargeants Bay."  "I'm glad to hear those words," said  Hoemberg  MORE ABOUT .A.  ���Referendum���  ���From Page A-l  that they should join the Recreation function with the  understanding  that the  district would pay "at least" 50 percent, or  $19,000, of the annual operating deficit.  "I'm not saying it couldn't be more. But  GMY ''S^  V  *�����  PageA-6  ;,r eninsula Times  .  ' Wednesday, March 8,1978  The motion opposing the marina was   let's say that's the worst you could do,'  "is  difficult engineering project." and that  studies could swallow^ up to 20 percent of  " the final construction costs. ''For your own  _piece_of jrundX suggest _you- have_a~con*L  plete engineering study done," Burgerjohn suggested to Angell.  "I'm not going to spend a lot of money  ~on~something I don't know whether I'm  going to put in or not," Angell answered.  "If we were going ahead I'd look at  spending $30,000 to $40,000," on mejtudjes^  ManyTmembers of tiie audience were  upset that Angell has begun dredging  Colvin Creek, which runs into Sargeants  Bay, without first -getting the required  permit from the provincial Water-Rights  Branch.    "~ .''  "What can we do abouF'what has  happened so far?'.' demanded Judy  Malnarick . "That's the real issue here  today. No one in this room should be  allowed to plow through the foreshore. It's  a well used area. Now it's a mess and x  dangerous to the public. Children play  down there all the time.'-'  Angell said he had been unaware that  first he had to get the* water-rights permit  before dredging, but that most of the work  had been done on private land.  "I'll put up a fence around my property  and keep everyone out," he said.  Angell read to the meeting a letter  recently received from the branch stating  his permit would be denied unless the  Regional District began a rezoning ap-  ��� plication * for his property within four  months.  In the letter, an inspector���from the'  branch voiced concern that Angell had  already begun the dredging, as Colvin  Creek "contains good spawning and  rearing.habitat." It was" suspected the  creek was also a run for cutthroat trout,  the-inspector wrote. Any dredging, stated  his letter, "would have a detrimental  effect on surrounding vegetation."  Angell said bullrushes were the only  , vegetation surrounding the creek, and it  was unlikely the water was used for  spawning.  Hoemberg told Malnarick ttiele was  "ri^very-limited," he cflhtinued^TSe-funds ,Jittl^thal_cmild_be^done-to-get-AhgelWo-  are very carefully rationed out. There is a   clean up the beach,  high demand here and you would be       "Past  action, has . shown  that  the  competmgT,with,4heLhun^^  projects in this province.'Y-;. .J..,   :..A       unwilling to take any-strong measures.  Continued Basford: "As you all know,   once a situation has taken place," he said,  the Village of Gibsons is working very       Addressing the meeting again, Basford  hard on a_marina. It is certainly mjnae_w_^jsaid. _"We mightJiaveja_more_intelligenL  ���and the view of the federal member of   discussion," if Angell made detailed plans  Early in the meeting Angell and Area B  director Peter Hoemberg differed over the  importance of an enviornmental "study of"  the peninsula coastline prepared for "the  Regional District by consultant Wolf  Bauer. .' J  -_Hoemberg noted that the Bauer report  referred to Sargeants" Bay, along with  Mission Point, Davis Bay, the Selma Park  spit and Porpoise Bay, as ecologically  sensitive.  Angell, however, argued that the Bauer  report was prepared after only two days  spent studying the area and, reading from  a, letter Bauer sent to the Regional  District, he said the consultant himself  called,the study "preliminary," "cursory," and based on "personal ...value  judgements."  "How he covers all these areas and  makes a report in two days, I don't know,"  said'Angell. "I think if a report is going to  be done, a full report_should be undertaken."  Hoemberg replied tftat Bauer had  visited the area more than once and had  given a public lecture in Sechelt on the use  of the foreshore, "where he suggested that  "by improving the natural environment of  unique areas you - coulci increase  surrounding property values."  Asked Basford: "If Mr. Angell takes  exception to Dr. Bauer's report, does he  "have the in-depth analysis to show the  cursory opinion is. not sound?"  "Those of us know the bay, know it is a  difficult bay, subject to silting and subject  to what are probably the worst storms of  any bay along this coast."  Basford said that a previous.statment,  by Angell that federal funds,.could be*  available for the'marina "is nonsense."  According to Basford, no funds will be  allotted areas where there is a surplus of  berths, and "my information is that other  marinas are advertising space."  "The amount of federal funds available  made by Bayview Road resident Ed  Nicholson who moved the ratepayers'  executive forward a letter to the Regional  District outlining the association's op-  postion to any rezoning of the Angell  property,   j ���  Before the vote was taken, Angell said  that "during the last two weeks I've sold 19:  lots in the Welcome Woods area. Of that, 12  to 13. lots.were to younjyfeo|_te,JOJoJT  years of age-.. These young people are  concerned-about-the-'facilities.7They= are -  looking for something to do; something for  .their children to do."  Angell then suggested -that as many of-  the people at the meeting were "over the  hill" they should not think .about themselves but about what a marina could do  jor. the_^younger- generation.   , Angell * hastily apologized for. his  Hoemberg argued. "You're getting back  $20,000 more than you would be putting  in."  After a brief caucus, however, the  aldermen decided to hang Ibugh. "If the  -boai-4-4akes--uMn4fl()-percen^^  prepared to consider it," said Goddard,  pointing out thatnone of the other projects  orr the proposal were being offered less  than-totals finding for their" operating  ^IicTff!1**" "*"' "*"~"  ___*_-With,;the_stro'ng_ supporL.of__Are'a _E_  /  ANNUAL MEETING  , echelt Fire Protection District  Notice-is/hereby given that the Undersigned-has been .appointed  return.nc/OFFICER to conduct an election, to selection ONE (1) Trustee  for the above mentioned district! The Trustee to be elected from the  ovimers of lands NOT'within the'Corporation of thie Village of Sechelt.  The Registered Voters are hereby notified to attend'a meeting to be  held in THE SECHELT VILLAGE FIRE HALL, INLET AVENUE, SECHELT, B.C.  March 20, 1978, at the hour of 7:30 o'clock p.m. at which place and  hour I shall proceed to call for nominations ahd to take the votes of the  Fl-ae-lpr-*; present. ThP *nyA~ntuim\inij \NiU^i**ln&A-**<i^fmptr*^^hct~<tfm.*4***.  of the- Electors present, and voting when votes are called for, have  been counted.  Dated this 8th day of March, A.D. 1978  BENJAMIN D. FIRTH,,  *    Returning Officer  Jl \_  remarks after members of the audience.  pointed out they were not [ all senior  citizens. -���      '   "  Referring to his recently announced  retirement,,Basford. stated 'Tnvretiring -  so my children can enjoy Sargeants Bay  without a marina."  Welcome Woods resident Keith Comyn  said Angell only'wanted a marina so he  could sell the second half of his development. Comyn said he is still waiting for the  golf course promised him when he moved  into the area 15 years ago.,  Making sure that just ratepayers voted  on the motion, the executive only handed  out ballots to people whose names appeared on a master membership list.  The meeting defeated a motion to vote  by a show of hands, deciding instead to  hold the secret ballot.  .Director Bernie Mulligan, the aldermen  won their point.  "* 'Tm prepared to go the whole bundle,"  said  board  Chairman ."Harry Almond,  "because it won't be me, it'will be the  public,  making the decision"  on the  -referendum-proposah ���-"        ~   ;  The only note of discord ihrthe meeting  was sounded by Area E DirectohGeorge.  Gibb. He ran out of patience ducjto^the.  negotiating process and after a^prbaT  clash with Mulligan, Gibb abruptly  gathered up his papers and stalked from  the board room muttering, "See you later,  fellows."'  The meeting concluded in good humpr,  'however, with the officials murmering  about other joint meetings'in the future.  "I'd   like ��� to   talk, about   water ���*'  sometime," said Almond smiling.'  Advertising.Tri  makes things  cleat.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  ��� &  PenderTtarbour Fire Protection District  INVITATION TO TENDER  c&r  Sealed tenders willbe received by the undersigned up to. 12-noon on  15 March, 1978,for construction of'dh addition to the Madeira Park  Fire Hall, namely the Ambulqnceshelter and training area. Plans for  construction can be obtained upon a $25.00 deposit by certified  cheque, payable' to the. Pender Harbour Fire Protection District.  Cheques to be refunded if plans are returned in good condition and  complete within ten days of the closing date. The lowest, or any  tender, hot necessarily accepted. Plans may be obtained from  ' Secretary, Mrs. Flora Sim, 883-9190, or Chairman Ross McQuiffyT883-  ,-,9083, or in writing to the Pender Harbour Fire Protection District, P.O.  box 304, Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0. Dated this 22nd day of  February, 1978. ���     '-     s   *  ��� Pender Harbour Fire Protection District  f.  .' Ross McGuitty,  ���v chairman  I  'Parliament for this area that this project  must be given the top priority."  Basford also took issue with a motion  that was tabled at a recent meeting of the"  -Sechelt-Chamberof Commerce in which  the.members were asked to give their  support to Angell's marina. The chamber,  said Basford, should concentrate on  building a marina in Sechelt and "they  shouldn't be supporting a marina in  Sargeants Bay."  The Justice Minister said that if federal  agencies permitted Angell to go ahead  with his project "they would be derelict in  their duty to allow this last natural beach  to be destroyed."  Replying to. Basford, Angell denied he  had ever Said federal funds* would be  allocated for his marina. He had been told  by the head of the Small Craft Harbour  MORE ABOUT...  of his marina available.  Angell* replied that he yet had no  detailed blueprints.  Basford was also unhappy with the  conductofAreaGTMrectdr Charles kee~at"  the January 30 meeting. At that meeting,  Lee publifcally criticized Hoemberg for*  saying the regional * board was  unanimously opposed to rezoning Angell's  land. Lee' claimed three directors supported the! rezoning, but a later check of  the minutes revealed the three men, including Lee, had abstained during the  voting. An' abstention is counted as a  positive vote. Lee then tried to amend the  minutes to show his support for the  rezoning.  Said Basford Sunday: "Surely he  should be worrying about Sechelt and how  to get a marina there instead of worrying  ���Gas. bread and mail to cost more  ---From Page A-l ' scheduled for July 1.  governments to reduce taxes on motor       Consumer!? are also facing price hikes  fuel, ,   at grocery check-out counters after two of  !!Aiu^}LCa^  th;  SUNSHINE COAST  CREDIT UNION  CONDENSED FINANCIAL RETORT  "    ASSETS  .KA(^:.. . ^^let-Members Loans*&  Cash & Liquidity Deposits^  Other Assets  1976  **'^s^      *  ���|/lta*l>J^*wi*.,llvi*��.  .     f.l  4,850,460  ' 438,263'  /I 77,463  2,879.858  .312.620  95,368  574667186  3,287,846  are lower than In most other nations, our  motorists are paying more for gasoline  produced from our domestic crude oil than  Americans, pay for gasoline produced  from Middle East crude at up to $4 more a  barrel," McKinley said.  "Oil company profits notwithstanding,  tho major blame for the ever-increasing  price of gasoline belongs to governments,,  federal and provincial, who take 61.9 cents  In,tax;e8 for every oallon of .gasoline sold."  Mckinley said attempts by the federal  ����� government to reduce fuel consumption  and to equalize prices across Canada have  only resulted in discriminatory  costs  ���against prlvato motorists.  "Tho Imposition of tho 10 cents a gallon  federal excise tax in 1975, paid only by the  prlvato motorist nnd designed primarily  as an energy saver Incentive, has become  a lucrative revenue source from n captive  wmsumer."   J      McKlnloy said Federal Excise and  Sales Tax took 14,9 cents out of the prlco of  each gallon, provincial sales tax anothor  17 cents and additional royalties ond taxes  on tho crude oil at source n furthor 20 cents  to bring the government tax figure to 51,9  cents on. each gallon,  Ho said tho BCAA was preparing new  proteajls to both federal and provincial  governments to allovlato thir furthor  gasoline   price   Increases   already  the wholesale price of their bread.  The increase ls expected to add four  cents to the retail price of a loaf of bread.  At the ond of February Weston  Bakeries added 1 % cents to tho wholesale  prlco of Its 10 ounce loaf and this week  McGavln Toastmaster follows suit.  A McGavln spokesman said tho Anti-  Inflation Board approved the Increase  bocause of higher costs for flour and other  ingredients as well as wrapping materials  and distribution,  ~ Meanwhile, tho fodoral government is  expected to approve a post office application to raise the cost of mailing a first  class letter from 12 to 14 cents, effective  April 1, Tho proposed International olr- ���  mall rate will bo 30 cento, up a nickle from  the current rate. .  Two of three now stamps to be Issued nt  the new rate will carry the same designs  m the present first-class stamps, portraying the Parliament Buildings nnd the  queen.  * However, tho  blue of tho present  stamps will 1)0 replaced by crimson.  The 30 cent stamp will foaturo tlio 7  foliage of the red oak tree.  Remembering That Inst year you liked  tho Small Egg Crates with Woo Foll-  wfflppeil* Chocolates Eggs heailctl jn> wo  liave them again for you tills yearl ���  MISS BEE'S, SECHELT.  LIABILITIES  Members Shares & Deposits  Loan Payable B.C. Central  Other ' '��� \.  Statutory Retained Earnings  Unappropriated Retained Earnings  REVENUE & EXPENSES  interest Income  Interest Expense  5,032,498  ��� ______���3.225,Q78_  333,875  28,482  52,500  18*831  15.128  38,577  9,063  5,466,186  '���'������           ,,   i  456,483  277,424  3,287,846  310,732  204,808  *)��*���:"I'I ���w;*.,f>Y..'r;,',t"</  MHQftUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INpUSTRIAL a MARINE  ���0*'���� IAJT r6Ht*OISI BAY ROAD Out, BBS-9944  l*��M��,��.C.V0^JAO r - ���R��iiBB5WB6  mmm^mrr'tmmmmmiimminKM"       "'.''I" <<r^fm>mimmmmimmm>rlmmmmm*  TWW-V  T  rttr  rrar!  ��">!WIWk��  !' '"ij^pV '     '  ���"-"���a* /*-p;-p.<< "  "���4   - v ���-  jEYa  Administrative Expense  Net Credit Union Margin,  Net Other Income  Earnings  179,059  149,016  105,924  95,841  30,043  12,592  10,083  18,447  42,635  28,530  Distribution of Earnings  Dividends on Sharo!  Rebate on Loan Interest  '.   Income Taxes Deferred  I.  Net Earnings for the Year  iV'"  ljtt2^l  8,700  8,200  9,184  3,027  23,691  8,119  A Dividend of 6Va per cent was paid for ,1977. This Dividend was credited to tho Members'  Shareson January 31,1978. ��     A  Comploto Audited Financial Statornonts will bo prosoritod at tho Annual Mooting.  \  V  THIS YEAR'S ANNUAL MEETING  will be held in SECHELT  on  ^i�����^.��p.rf^.-(.-4'��.p-w.����  i  TUESDAY, MARCH 14th, 1978  ��� ��� 7mrpi]  <rv;  ipt.'i:  mmmmmtmmmmm  <�������/!  ���LV  fm  MiMMp  '��"Y".T���  "7.1��.  (fi  ���.ja.  ���::'{?  m  - 'CVSWfc,  ><;**''  iil,',jmrml*t.  ;;''ppps*ru.-"*t  <m  ...... *..;py:^.'i  w.~. ���*�����������  -r-.pri*,.V.-!f',.(.-....,���i,..  MM  4m.  ...a*'  ���   ���     '4;  ���Itin^x  Up*:'',?*?, ";.' '77  ���**��--  f-.��tfo)p^*ftrfB��,^*,lf t��  ,B!iiWSV��ft1��)(!?iMSw'i'W.i��.'  <-v��m+*m  ���r '  ^^Biisi��t^>��^i*����*pS��p"^*ft��im  p^tf^^-^ips^.^^  *,W,+ph<��--*%pV^ ***** *^!^#*'$*^*i��,?.  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Canada Council grants and the one that  helped to, publish this book the New  Horizops-Program of the Health and  Welfare,  Canada, are  responsible  for  ~r������let-t4ng-eatradi-&ns4cnow"That they do have"  a.m. The week in    roots- Our identity as Canadians springs  1 from the men who settled In places like  ...Quirks and Quarks 12:05 p.m. Science    Roberts Creek and then formed com-  Magazine.      -    7���munities of -people-" who shared' their  " = Metropolitan" Opera rl':30 -p.m.   La   problems and joys. They were people who  Favorite^TJohizetti." " ���j��� believed-in-the ~future-of-a -place-vghere-  Between Ourselves 7:05 p.m. Northern     - --     -���'  SATURDAY, MARCH 11  .   Update 8:30 a.m. Roundup of B.C.  their children could grow up and enjoy a  better life than theirs. All across Canada  there are similar villages and communities. It is they who are our country, a  vast patchwork -quilt joining us all  together in a colourful blending^ of small  places that grew, and continue to grow.  . In this light, REMEMBERING  ROBERTS CREEK is an important book:  nngjjiflt shniilf. he read hy-PJZftEyoni��-in-t-h->-  February 26  February 27  February 28  March 1   -Mareh-21*   March3 ....  happenings  The House 9:10  Parliament.  area and certainly by anyone who lives in  Roberts Creek. I am a relative newcomer  to the Sechelt area and I enjoyed it immensely-, for..even_in..l0~years- here,-one  learns names on signposts or meets the  descendants of early pioneers-  =���The-longer-narratives-are -the-more-  the questions about prostitution in Canada.  For Hugh Garner fans, a short story on  'Anthology, "Spill of Guilt", at 10:05 p.m.  SignaturerSiinday, 4:05 p.m. profile of.  a boy soprano, David Pickett followed by a  documentary on the Ontario Youth Choir.  Concern at 9:05 p.m. looks at emotions, the  apparently irrational component of human  jnature.  The sounds of Canada's history can be  heard in the second hour of Morningside  this week, at 11:04 a.m.��in a special series  from CBC archives.  CBOAM ��� 690  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8  Morningside 11:04 a.m. from CBC  Archives, William "Bible BUT Aberhart's  1937-Bible Institute broadcasts when he  was premier of Alberta:  Johnny Chase 8*04 p.m. Science fiction  thriller.  Mostly  Music   10:20   p.m.   Calgary  Philharmonic Orchestra,   Cenek  Vrba,.  -violin. Von Suppe, Stauss, Kreisler.  THURSDAY, MARCH 9  Morningside 11:04 a.m. Star-studded  Victory Loan shows:  Playhouse 8:04 p.m. Stamboul Train,  Graham Green, Part IV, Vienna' to  Subotica.  Jazz���Radio-Canada 8:30 p.m. Ron  Paley Rehearsal. BancL Guido Basso  Quintet.       - y " ---,_____{     -------  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m.Quebec  Symphony Orchestra., Anton Kuerti,  piano. Faure, Dvorak.  FRIDAY, MARCH 10 ...Morningside  11:04  a.m.   W.S.   Woodsworth,   T.C.  Douglas, J.W. Corman.  School Broadcasts 2:04 p.m. My Place  in Canada"produced by students.   ���    zr .Country Road,. 8:30���tp.m.  Colleen  Peterson.        >piu��*,��>W..*��.  "Mostly Music 10:20''p.m. Atlantic  Symphony Orchestra, Boris Belkin, violin.  Arensky, Prokofieff, Schumann.  Ideas 9:05 p.m. The Politics of  Prostitution.  Anthology 10:05 p.m. Kildare Dobbs.  Poetry. by_ Linda_Pyke.__Short story by  Hugh Garner, Spill of Guilt.  The Hornby Collection 11:05 p.m.  Voices ��� history of the Kootenays.  SUNDAY, MARCH 12.....CBC Stage 1:0  p.m. Running by Laurence Gough.  Signature 4:05 p.m. Part I David  Pickett's Pride. Part n. Ontario Youth  Choir.  Symphony  Hall- 7:05  p.m.   Toronto  Symphony Orchestra. Kyung-What Chung,  violin. Stravinsky, Elgar, Beethoven._____  *   Concern 9:05 p.m. Emotions.  MONDAY, MARCH 13  Gold Rush 8:30 p.m. Peter Frampton  profile Part II. Hommage aux Beatles.  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. CBC Vancouver Orchestra. Coulthard. Suk, Hetu.  Nightcap 11^0 p.m. Anne Bancroft interview. Serial* reading-Lucky Jim by  Kingsley Amis.  TUESDAY, MARCH 14.... .Touch the  Earth 8:30 p.m. Randy Newman.  , Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. Music-at-the  Court of George HI.  Nightcap 11:20 p.m. Canadian artists'  General Idea project.  CBC-FM 105,7  ���Ideas 8:04 p.m. Wednesday ��� The  Future of the Jews. Thursday ��� Society's  Children from Barbi to Barbiturates.  Friday ��� interviews. Monday ���  Referendum Canada ��� Trudeau vs  Leveskque^ Tuesday ��� Spy fiction.  Thursday Signature 9:04 p.m. Part I  David Pickett's Pride. Part n. Ontario  Youth Choir.  Friday Radio International 9:04 p.m.  J.R.R. Tolkien.  Saturday Audience 9:05-p7in. Part-I.  Birdflight���theJLegendpfjCljarlie Parker.  Part "II. Bernard* Hermann, film composer. __  Monday Festival Theatre 9:04 p.m. The  Life of Man, by John.Arden.  Gibsons hospital auxiliary news  By MARIE TRAINOR  The regular monthly meeting of the  Gibsons-Hospital Auxiliary was held on  Wednesday, March 1, at 1*30 p.m. in our  quarters above Ken's Lucky Dollar, with  35 member^ present. . ��>  President>Joan Rigby brought the  meetingYto'' order. Reports were heard  from the chairpersons of the' various  committees. During the month of  February 18, volunteers worked a total of  65% hours.  -A display table was set up for all the-  beautiful knitted^ and ' crocheted baby  garments, which were completed during  the past month. Our many thanks again to  these hard working people ��� Mrs. Ethel  Jones, Mrs. Nancy Strandt, Mrs. Dorothy  Rowland, Mrs. Barbara Powers and Mrs.  Bunny Adams. In addition to these a very  colourful red and white lap robe was  knittedand donated by Miss Jean Calder,  for use by patients in the Extended Care  Unit. Our Auxiliary members wish to extend our thanks for her kind gesture.  An appliqued quilt, which some of our  members have been working on, under the  auspices of Kay Butler, has now be'en  completed and ready for the frames. Now  it is time to have a "Quilting Bee" which  will take place at the home of Mrs. Annie  Metcalfe on Sargeant Road on Wednesday  _at:l:30_ p.m._on MarchJL We_are_looking  forward to a good turnout of eager  beavers, so come armed with needle,  thread and scissors,--and for" those who  haven't quilted before, don't worry ��� Kay  _ Butler will be happy to show you how!.  The date for the annual Dogwood  Luncheon lias now been confirmed for  Friday, May 12 at the the United Church  . Hall. Our convenor this years is Mrs.  Monica Hautala with Mrs. Ida Leslie as co-  convenor. In conjunction with this event,  tickets will be sold on a Paddington Bear  (stuffed, of course), a macrame hanger,  together with a plant, and two .velvet toss  cushions, which are being made, donated  by two of our members, and the.lucky  tickets will be drawn at the conclusion of  the luncheon. As an' added feature this  year a craft table is being arranged for the  sale of hand-made crafts.  A two minute silencewas observed for  Mrs. Sally Thompson, who passed away  recently. She was also a sister of two of our  members, Mrs. Oney DeCamp and Mrs.  Marie Scott, to whom we extend our sincere sympathy.  At the conclusion of the meeting, a  delightful birthday celebration took place  honouring Mrs. Alice Hardman, who was  94 years young on February 28. She was  presented with a lovely corsage which she  accepted very gracefully. A large birthdaj  cake was then brought forth and al  members joined in singing "Happy Bir  thday". Ida Leslie did the honours ol  cutting the cake and tea and coffee wa{  served.    '       .  The next meeting will be held or  Wednesday, April 4, and don't forget w��  are still looking for volunteer workers anc  if you have some friends who are interested bring-them along with you to the  meeting.  Advertising.-^  . helps you  know why.  CANADIAN APVEBTISjNG ADVISORY. BOARD  work. In these vignettes, one can delight in  the fact that fun could be had in the days  when there were few comforts ��� as we  know them now ��� on the Sunshine Coast.  The book is well bound in strong paper.  The print is a soft brown on cream paper,  and the photoraphs are also iff brown  shades. Robert Jack's line drawings blend  well with the rustic spirit of the publication  and the maps are fascinating. The writers  must be commended for their talents, too.  Throughout the book are photographs that    enhance thejaatteB-histeFyHv^^  of   this   kind   have   far   too   many       "       *"*"  photographs,  and  one- becomes  dizzy  looking at faces and places that soon  .^become .one.large bli(r.-Thecompilers" of  this one, happily, "did not make that  mistake. Poems, too, are found here and  there r- alwaysatlhe right spot for a little  "~feliefa"rid"change of pacer" - *- ���. -  Perhap_s.I-am-biased,-but-i-thinkthis"is  an exceptional local history which should  be a model for the many that are being  published.these" days. If you read it, you  will be sure to see a familiar site or read  about-someone-you-know  ���4_  ..1  ..1  ..1  .-1  ..0  .-1  JgSLErec   8 mini]  ni)  nil  nil  nil  'nil  9  8  9  8  9  8.  Week's rainfall���nil. February ���136.7  mm. 1978 ��� 274,4 mm..  February 25-March 3; 1977 ��� 54.4 mm.  February, 1977 ��� 92.5 mm. Jan 1-March 3,-  1977 - 205.7 mm.  Precipitation ��� 136.7 mm. Snowfall .���  7.7 cms; rainfall ��� 129.0 mm. N  This compares  with_the. _17-year   you will also want to drive the few miles to  Roberts Creek and take a closer look.  averageof 125.7 mm and 1977 total of 92.5  mm. Overnight low temperature ���2 on'  February 12. Daytime high^reached 13 on  February 6.  - -Much the same as-last-February -which-  had,an overnight low of -1 C and daytime  high of 12 C.  John   Paschold   said   Vancouver  recorded less than the average precip-  tation for February, which illustrates  Chances- are��� again the differences topography makes,  especially at this time of year when  showers and even storms can be localized.  Wen-do for women  "Wen-Do," say's one practitioner of the  art, "is sort of like street-iighting for  .women.'' ���/'������ _____��� Y-y';y: ". : '77"' ���:  "^Th��selReFeTTce^course, first developed  in Toronto, will be taught in Roberts Creek  for four nights later this month.  According to Wen-Do instructor Alice  Macpherson,, women',' have two basic  choices when they are attacked.  The first is to defend yourself. Macpherson says , self-defence can include  avoiding a confrontation by running away  from your attacker.   7     )  The second choice is to do nothing, but,  she warns, this is no guarantee you will not  end up dead or severely injured:  Says Macpherson: "The best thing you  can do about attacks is to be aware of  potentially dangerous situations and try to  avoid them. In about half of all attacks on  women the attacker is someone she knows  Family Council  ssay contest  The address for essay entries to the  Sunshine Coast 'Committee of tho B.C.  CouncU for the Family ls Box 1069,  Sechclt���not Box 61 as ' previously  reported.  Closing date for tho contest is March 15.  and trusty. Most of the others are done by  someone who knows the woman, her  movements and patterns."  Frequently a woman is assaulted either  in her own home or nearby. Secluded  areas such as parks or a,car are potentially dangerous^ Macpherson warns, At  other times, Macpherson says, a woman  can be Iset upon in crowded areas where  the assailant knows spectators are not  likely to intervene.  Macpherson tells women to 'trust your  inner feelings about people, places and  things. You may feel silly about declining  a ride, home with a co-worker or even a  neighbour, but If it, feels uncomfortable to  you, go along with your intuition. You'd  look even sillier raped, beaten up or  dead,"    7  .        ' .7 ' . .  Women .should take all verbal threats  ^seriously and enroll In a self-defence  . course so they know how to protect  themselves, she says.  Macpherson will be teaching Wen-Do to  local women March 13-16 in the Roberts  Creok elementary school. Students Can  ihWBlrcoffia^  Women's Centre in Roberts Creek, 885-  3711.  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' ,,"   , ":,-���,���'���  i.]-^ **' ��� fmi w**p *.i��n** p. i    ''p-"  A  ����������  . *  i* '' p  ���fr-  p��V    *  ����wi*#jfl**��iwm��i        ^  ���WK*#���**�����>> %  ,*^*^^*��T'W7**i* *#**��**     /   ,, "j ^fi^f^^��m^lV*^^H|^^mf>|,^  *0k*mr** y  1 I     A  I .,  ���~%  'he Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 8,1978  Tsc^kwfir^  led to public fear of the\  regions' eventual power.*.9  r  7  By ADRIAN STOTT  (Stott; a professional community  plaTuieTpras-DiaujoiMrf Planning for the  Sunshine Coast RegHnmTBIlsTflct%r-thre  years.)  INTRODUCTION  Although / local -- ^government,,  significantly affects the daily lives of most,  people, it has suffered from continued low.  status among provincial int$cesrein B.C.'  _The"result-is todays-confused-an&Jnef.-  ficient local government system-, despite  the best intentions of those operating this  system. '  However, in the fact of the unpopularity of the regional districts, the  government apparently wishes to repair,  rather " than abandon, the valuable  regional concept.  Regions defined by geography are  sound management areas. Their natural'  borders generally act as boundaries for  many environmental processes, including  the daily activities and economic affairs of  most people. This attribute tends-to keep a  problem within a region unless it is truly  provincial in scope. As a result, ja regional  government should be able W-bJndle many  problems without havint to try to obtain  the assistance of senior government or the  cooperation of its neighbours. Such an,,  arrangement leads to an efficient  government system.  UNPOPULARITY  But despite this theoretical value,  B.C.'s system of regional government has  serious difficulties. The-prime symptom of  this is its unpopularity.  Complaints about the regional districts  come from all sides: the public, the  municipalities, the provincial agencies.  The three principal criticisms are unnecessary bureaucracy, slow action and  interference with autonomy.  because provincial and municipal agencies have not given up responsibilities to  the regions as. planned. Further^  -airaniaziflgTrKffltpu^^ now  operating at the regional level. A single  region can have separate regional  jurisdictions for. public health, roads,  forests; law enforcement, parks, utilities,  hospitals, schools, etc., as well as the  regional district. The .conflicts among the  objectives of differentragencies^jyid the  muUiple~admihistrations Teqlm^eaV-make  this a grossly-inefficient system.  Moreover, the regional branches or  provincial agencies often refer regional  ��� i   '  regional districts  When the province introduced the  regional district, it adopted a gradual  approach. This approach was valid, but its  success depended'on each regional district  becoming the principal government  agency, of its region.  The growth of the. regional district's  authority could occur only at the expense  of powers already held -by, -provincial  agencies, municipalities; other districts,  and members of the  transfer was resisted,  necessary to make the regional district  work properly has seldom been achieved  anywhere in the province.  UNNECESSARY BUREAUCRACY    .  There is a resentment of the regional  district as an unneeded extra level of  government, It is seen as bringing more  Tutes7taxes"and red tape, while many of its  services are, or could be, provided by  previously -existing-agfcncies,  The; regional districts1 are indeed an  extra level of government at present,  decisions of any significant, important to  senior levels of these agencies. The busy  and distant senior offices are notably-  difficult for the average person td deal  with. ���    /  SLOWNESS  The slowness.and general lack of  authority of the regional districts come  from a .similar "source. Much of the  authority necessary to implement such  regional functions as community planning  still remains with other, agenzies. In  varying degrees, these agenzies can veto  regional legislation, or ignore it if adopted.  In general there is a lack of unified  decision-making authority.  INTERFERENCE WITH AUTONOMY  Many people in rural areas feel the  regional district is a group, of outsiders.  They see no reason" why rulings on  problems strictly local to their community, particularly land development  matters, should be .imposed on them by  distant (and so, by implication, ^uncaring  and poorly informed) regional boards.  There is a real difficulty in a confederation of member municipalities  trying to be a parish council, for rural  areas. The region has insufficient local  representation for this.function, which is  causing feelings of intrusion into local  affairs. The new cornmuhity commissions  were supposed to attack this problem, but  their range of authority is too weak to have  a significant impact on it.  ���B.C. people prefer to mind their own  business, without the involvement of  parties not directly concerned with it. This  suggesfs"thafissuwtruly~locar.tb-"a single  member municipality would be more-  public. But.-'-this���iacceptahly^dded-by-that-memtieTTtseif,  The cooperation   not by the regional government.  Conversely, there is a strong support  for democracy. People wish decisions that-  will affect them significantly to be -made  only themselves or by their elected  representatives, not by the representatives of others. This implies that no body  should make decisions having serious  effects beyond the boundaries of its own  jurisdiction. Many, municipalities are now  capable of making such decisions.  To grant these wishes, the body which  makes a decision should be the one  representing 7 the smallest incorporated  Since their inception in the 1960s,  regional districts have been a major  and,consistent, source of controversy.  rand^nfusioh^Eeughoufct4ie4icssJnce   On the Sunshine Coast, the regional  district has undoubtedly been Jthe focus  of more debates than any other single  issue.        ,       ; ~  .__^_  A provincially-appointed regional  district review committee will meet in  Sechelt May 8 to hear submissions  concerning such  matters  as  the_  ~ jurisalctionafrole of regional districts,  their  structures  and  boundaries,'  -financiirgTYand relatiorTships~with"  municipalities, the provincial government and private citizens.  Persons interested in appearing  before the committee or in submitting  written statements should contact the  committee office at Suite 206," 515 West  10th, Vancouver.  ���Intheinterest ofencouraging citizen  paftteipation-JiL this very important  committee hearing, the  an  dividuals or groups on the subject of  regional district reform.  The editor reserves the right to edit  submissions for length and interest.  The following briefs represent Jwo  local planners'  perspectives on .the  subjects. The report by Robyn Addison.  was submitted to regional- board"  directors last week for their consideration and is reprinted in full.  Adrian Stott's report has been  abridged.  tvejnot  been adequately explained  to the public...'  By ROBYN ADDISON  (Addison is the current planning  director for the SucsliiHeTCoast Regional  District.)  __T-he_RegLonal_Dis_tri_cjL5ystem _was_se��  terest broader than the Regional interest  does not dictate management control by  provincial agencies. If the provincial  agencies,could define- the policies ahd  concerns of their department ih terms of  up in the 1960!s in recognition of the need    the   forest   resource,   the   shoreline  resource, and Crown land, those concerns  lmittee hearing, the Times extends^     for the provision of local government resource, and Crown land, those concerns  offer to print submission by in-    "^^epvicesJln^ughoutBritishColumbia.One and interests could.be incorporated into   -        of tire mosthnporlia^^  be, suitably performed on" this ipvl jg<KF��*l^^^^a^s-A^echanism already exists  planning function. Until the establishment via the Technical Planning~l'ommitfer-  of Regional Districts no comprehensive whereby policy position's could be corn-  land use_planning could be carried .out in municated from provincial-agencies to the  Elect^^eitsTRaffi^  the" land   use   was   administered   by matched by similar"mter-Ministry task"  >rovincial-agencres--wTld~had--noL^  group that includes all interests  significantly concerned with the decision's  outcome. This approach would also allow  each issue to receive the attention it needs '  at the level of detail it requires.Tiecause  all competing issues would then have  approximately equal scope. Further, the  resources of higher levels of- government  would not be frittered away on the detail of  parochial issues, leaving more important  policy development work undone.  LACK OF PROVINCIAL SUPPORT  The regional districts' themselves are  not to blame for their difficulties. Good  and bad alike face long-incorrected flaws  in their enabling legislation, which deny  them the means of repair, or avoid, the  damage that has occurred.  This legislation was excellent as a first  step. However, adjustments through  experience should have been made con-^  tinually with'such a Complex subje^This  did not happen. Instead, the province  seems simply to have backed away.  The regions need the strong political  support of the province to overcome their  growing'-pains.  Without this support, no one will believe  the regions are going to survive.  THE5 ROLE OF  REGIONAL GOVERNMENT  The province should'set out clearly the  .eventual role of the regions. The lack of  this definition has lead to public fear of the  -regions' eventual powerrThe relationship  of the regions to the provincial agencies  and municipalities must he part of the role  definition.  1  The following role is proposed for  regional governments. It has three major ���  aspects:  1) Resource ��� supplying regional information and services to its residents and  member municipalites;    v  2) Coordinator ��� overseeing the implementation of the policy of provincial.  ministeries at the regional level, and  3) Authority ��� having responsibility  for all regional matters and all matters  affecting more than one municipality with  autonomy to handle these matters within  defined provincial policy, and with ability  to establish and secure regional policy;  MAKING THE CHANGES  Implementing the proposed roles would  require changes to several aspects of the,  present government structure. These  wpuld Include:  1) That regional government boundaries be rationalized to conform with  those of existing geographic (economic)  regions;   .   !���;   '  2) That regional agencies, the regional  offices of provincial agencies, be combined as much as possible to form a more  integrated regional government for each  region;  3) That  the   amount  of  autonomy  exercised   by   a   regional   government  depend on its udoption of binding official,  plans approved by the province,  4) That each region be7completely;  divided into municipalities, each having  geographically, (economically)   defined  borders and enclosing complete communities, and each.taking on only those  functions required by its residents;  5) That each municipality be responsible only for all matters of minimal  relevance outside its borders, and for the  implementations-provincial and regional  policies and programs delegated to it by  those senior governments, and  6) That the. amount of autonomy  exercised by a -municipal government  depend- on its adoption of binding official  municipal plans approved by its regional  government. ,  The regional representation system is  generally adequate. The problem of a  single director having to take the place of  an entire municipal council in a rural  electoral area would be removed by the  extension~of municipal government a  proposed.  The problem of municipal directors"  being elected but not winning municipal  council seats needs correction. It is  proposed that the regional director not be  a regularly elected municipal councillor,  but instead be given a seat on the  municipal council automatically, on  winning the regional election. Election of  regional directors at large is preferable to  appointment by the municipal council, to  preserve direct regional representation  for each voter. The mayor should not  automatically be the regional director, as  the duties of the combined position would  be too onerpus.  The proposed change in responsibilities  would require a reconsideration of the  regional government's financing. Since  property taxes are 'already heavily usetl,  by the municipalities, this source probably  does not have the capacity to fund full  regional government as well. This subject  is too complex to discuss here, but a  regional income tax is suggested.  As with all major government  initiatives,.the proposed changes should  occur gradually to allow people to adapt  comfortably. .  CONCLUSION ���������',-_    y  There are many important decisions  that should logically Jail. to an agency  broader than (the municipality but more  constrained than the province. The  regional districts could soon be altered to  produce a regional government system  capable of handling these decisions effectively and democratically. Regional  functions would still have to be carried out  even if the regional districts were  scrapped. Replacement of the regional  districts with another bureaucracy could  be very expensive, but \yould probably  produce little gain.    '���''"',    <-  When regional districts were introduced, Uie province was acclaimed for  this bold und worthwhile step. However,  soon afterwards, provincial leadership in  this area faltered. Renewed provincial  determination , is needed to solve the  current problems of regional government  In B.C. Such leadership would probably be  welcomed on all sides, and would produce  benefits for the people of B.C. and" its  government alike.  capability nor the facility to develop plans  in consultation with, local communities.  Without planning, development has occurred in areas that cannot be easily  serviced "and in areas where cumulative  effects of development - have created  serious environmental and health  problems. The local community has had to  pay the cost of correcting the situation.  The transference of authority for  planning to local governments has not  been welcomed wholeheartedly by all  members of the local communities.  Rather than seeing it as a useful step  towards self-determination of the growth  and direction of communities, it has been  seen by many individuals as simply a  restriction upon the development of land.  Individual profit becomes less important  than community concern and those individuals, affected, of course, complain.  The^sistance to planning at the Regional  level results from a lack,of understanding  by the local residents in the community"  areas. Provincial politicians and local  joliticians have not explained the  ?ms and the benefits of Regional  lg. Without the full involvement of  the community the intent of community  plans and regional plans can not be fully  realized. The community must define  what it wishes and must recognize the/  need for direction of growth or it will not  be committed to upholding regulations.  A component of the lack of community  commitment is a result of the relationship  between the province and the local  governments in land use matters.  1. Delays caused by the requirement  that "regulatory by-laws be approved by  Victoria prior to adoption, means-the  Regional Districts are unable to respond  rapidly to local situations needing prompt  attention. Applicants and Regional  District-officiais^alike are frustrated and  inevitably in the publicmind^the~Regional  District   af   fhe   authority' having  ' jurisdiction .receives most of the blame.  , The 1977 amendments to the Municipal  Act which allow local governments to  amend land use and subdivision by-laws in  compliance with Official Settlement Plans  will greatly improve the efficiency of local  government. It will be several years  however before Official Settlement Plans  are placed throughout the Regional  District and this process of Victoria approval can be changed. During that time  the difficulty will remain.  2. While Regional Districts are  'responsible for assuring the orderly  development of the area within their  boundarie,s through the adoption of plans  and implementing by-laws, in practice the  authority to carrj, out these plans and  implementing by-laws, in practice the  ', authority to carry out the.se plans is only  partially available. Provincial agencies  haVe the right either to veto by-laws and  regulations or to ignore them. Thus  Regional Districts may not be able to  cdrry out policies important in achieving  the function with which they are charged  by statute.  The use of Crown lands, forest lands  and foreshore are outside the influence of  the Regional government. In the case of  the Sunshine Coast Regional District the  uso of these areas can have a dramatic  effect upon the land use of tho local  community.  Recognizing there is a provincial In-  great potential for ensuring that Regional  concerns are adequately considered' as  provincial policies are formulated and for  transmitting provincial policies to the  Regional level.  Recognizing that it is the local  population who best police the land it  would be in the interest of the. provincial  government to see that the policies for  their concerns are understood ancj included as commitments in local government regulations. The public cannot .be  expected to commit themselves to policies  they don't understand.  **^3. The segmentatioa_of_ parts of  Regional Districts brought about by the  changes to the Islands Trust Act subverts  the whole concept of Regional deter-  frunation-of-development. The provincial  government has said that theislarids in the  Islands trust area are of provincial  concern and therefore have rerflO*"?ri ther  from the planning function of the Regional  Districts within whose jurisdiction these  islands were located. 'The planning for  these islands then will be done in isolation  from developments���on���the-adjacent  mainland areas. Furthermore the administration of the building by-laws etc.  i remains with the Regional government.  This is a gross duplication that/is"quite  - unnecessary. Local representation and  planningjre^aila^^  RegionaUevel. The special concerns of the  province in terms of these islands could be  ** defined in policies incorporated by the  Regional government in plans and  regulations developed for the areas. Instead of that a whole new staff of-planners  in an area remote from the islands will be  attempting to deal, with the concerns of  those islands without having any input into,  the planning of the areas surrounding  thoseT-islaridS. The 7whole Tpuripose of  Regional government is to allow a greater  responsiveness to local concerns while cor  ordinatingTtho^ei 'localconcerns with the  -----.: ^dingTsptr^  SUTi  removed frranj, some7islands within the  Sunshine Coast "Regional District.  In summary therij the concept "of the  Regional District is a valid one. The^ad-  vantages of local particinatioh-ir  have not been adeuqately explained to the  general public. The consequences of  reverting to administration from Victoria  for land use likewise have not been explained to the public.  As the public understands more and  more how they can help determine the  future of their communities, better plans  can be produced and resistance to  regulatory by-laws to enforce those plans  should be minimized.  The changes to the Municipal;Act in  1977 indicate the provincial government is  prepared to resolve some of the administrative problems inherent, in  legislation up until that time. The changes-  will be slow however and the problems of  delay will remain. Some solution must be  found to the removal of certain lands  within the Regional District'from Regional  District regulations. The foreshore, Crown  land and forest land are all part of the total  Regional area and t^helr uses must be coordinated with other land use patterns,  The Goodyear firm in Sweden reported  that after a year's exercise program they  had a 27 per cent reduction in absenteeism. Exercise keeps the heart  healthy 1  vv.. -.p  ,,.*"* .pftY. ���:���  ���!,�����*.,<p*l*"*        .      to*-.  TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO  SAVE  We need the mom���you get the SAVINGS  LADIES WEAR  Vz Price  Pants-Blouses-Sweaters  Pant-suits-Long & Short Skirts  Jumpsuits-Bib-pants  EXTRA SPECIALS  Long & Short Dresses ro9. to 121.00* 18  Pant-suits rog.**��oo  2���  "V  CHILDREN S WEAR  % Price  . T-ShlrtS ilxoi 12 mb. to 16 yrt.  I dntS   pfixos 12 mo.' to 14 yr��.  BOYS JEANS  Rog, 114.00  Slxos 14,10,18 only    pr,  $500  JACKETS       30% Off  PLUS MANY IN-STORE SPECIALS   ���������-"^--H^^T*  MADEIRA PARKrBCY-   MpVpWpMMMIB^  N  ���....,^.. ���. .,<, . a ....*��.*.��..'  ;:.(i"i',ii<.'*!V'/*"'8'-''':,'"-��XYc��C..  " ':   a '"'^r7777,,,,,  .  . 1      ) * <���) <>     *ppp�� f  .1*  '���*.���  i��i����T**6.��[rf�� &  1     w-   p*I i> pI       ��*     it$    t*J*��  ���<**-, PH-fUP^Vi ���**��������*���*  u,������,.,.,u,y.�� ,,.,���.,,..,...,  '��� i;  ��� 1 ���     *>  I 7 Page B>2      The Peninsula Times   Wed March 8,1978  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Personal  Help Wanted  Real Estate  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  ~f "o f Wes t presTubl icationsTfcT  at Sechelt, B.C.-  Established 1963  Deaths,    Card  Memoriam  of    Thanks,    In  AAarrioc-e      and.  7300 Copies Distributed  -aas?ified-Advt9rtlsfn-^ateV!���i~*-  3-line Atf-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words' per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regularclassified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for In  "     od v9_n��Lby_ Sotu rdny.5 p.m.- ���  - to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rotes:-  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  meetings, 8:30 pm  every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. Ph. 883-9698.  '      ,.  $ *��� 3440-tfn  "Three Insertions .. ������....... $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)   60c  .   Display Ad-Briejs  $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers 7 $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per count line.  "ByTWalT  Local Area  $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  USA $10.00yr.  Overseas..... $U.00yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00"  Single Copies  15c ea.  Announcements  HARBOUR,LODGE No.' 181,  A.F.   &   A.M.   Regular  Meeting,  second  Tuesday  each month. 4060-17  GARAGE.SALE: March 11,10  a.m. to 3 p.m. Medusa St.  btwn Inlet & Trail.       4092-15  PEN. CTR.' NDP���Renewal  Day Mar. 11, 12-6 p.m.  Follow signs from Sechelt  Shell to meet your candidate.  885-2804 for info. 4093-15  CATERING! Let Roberts  Creek Hospital "Auxiliary  take care of your next social  event. Quotations & menus for  private parties or larger  eventsfromMrs. Raines, 885-  ~3357 or Mrs. Ironside, 885-9286.  4099-16  Card of Thanks  WE_WANT_to_exptess our  sincere appreciation to our  many friends for the many  cards sent and all expressions  of sympathy extended to us at  the death of our beloved  husband and father. Also our  thanks to Dr. Myhill-Jones,  Burtnick and. all the staff at  St. Mary's Hospital for the  excellent' care he received  during his lengthy illness.  His "wife Wilma, tne Sim"  family and the Morrison  family. 4052-15  Card of Thanks  THE FAMILY_ of John���  -Heywood Daly of Garden  Bay wishes to express deep  gratitude to all the .loving  friends who attended the  gathering on Saturday,  February 25, 1978 in his  memory. And an especial  thanks to those who worked so  hard and .with such generosity  to make it an occasion of great  beauty. John would have  loved it. - 4055-15  ^Eeisojial _!:   DISCERNING ADULTS:  Shop  discreetly  by  mail.  -Send-$l-0d for our latest fully  illustrated    catalogue    of  marital aids for both ladies  ^anigentlemen^-DirectTAetion-  Marketing Inc.  Dept. U.K.,  P.O. Box  3268,  Vancouver: -  kerV;0B-3X9; 3599-tfh  Work Wanted  FULL TIME Job  needed,,'  Security, hosp., gen. office.  Box 1586, Sechelt. 4004-16  WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE-SERVICE?"  ���Experienced, insured work?' -  ���Prompt, guaranteed service?  -Fair-estimates?- ��       ~-  Then give us a call:  PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  885-2109  758-tfn  EVERGREEN  LANDSCAPING  Fruit Tree  Pruning  Bark Mulch  ==^fd5hrubBeds=====^=  COMMUNITY'  REPORTER  wanted immediately for  weekly newspaper; Sports  JEditor will7te_required_by���  June 1. Photography and dark  room experience an asset.,  Salary negotiable. Apply in  writing with resume and  samples of writing to: The  Editor, Williams Lake'  Tribune, 188 North 1st Ave,,  ~Williams'Lake"V2G-lY8n076~  15'     '  ���    ���f   VACANCY"-EXISTS   . for~  . manager  of homemakers  service for- Sunshine Coast.  Responsible     for     hiring  Elacement ���& supervision of  omemakers. Qualifteatjons:  ���mariagefnetitjj^alls srability  io,work in'liaison with other ,  related services. Send application 'and resume to"  Sunshine Coast Community  Resource Society, Box 1069,  Sechelt VON 3A0. 4094-15  EARN $200 monthly- part?  time, .$1000 full time*'Easy  to succeed with our training. ���'  Write Fuller Brush Co., c-o  Box 108, 808, 207 W. Hastings  St., Vancouver, B.C. V6B 1H7,  or*Mn_T. Diamond, RR 3,  Kamloops, B.C. V2C 5K1. 3782-  ���tfn   -  RETIRING? Adult-oriented,  factory-built . housing  developments on Vancouver  -Islands-Lower- Mainland-and-  Okanagan Valley.' Info, Box,  4002, Stn. A, Victoria, B.C. or  Box822Summerland, B.C.  4011-18  LARGE LOT for sale. Roberts  ���^Creek,_allYsentices^avail*.-  $11,000.885-2788.    " ���    4046-tf.  Cars and Trucks  FOR  SALE:   '66 Ford,   '66  Epic, .'65 Epic parts. Call  885-3387. 7   ;        4100-15  Lost  For Sale  YOUNG female tortoise cat,  vicinity Selma Park Rd. 885-  5480.     - 7 - 4088-15-  '75 DODGE ���% ton 25,000 mil.  Radial tire!s."4 spd/trans,  radio, ps, pb, sliding rear  window. Excf7cond. Ph. 886-  9408.x ." '-'     3999-15  Pets  CAMP WARMLY anywhere in  100 pet. down-filled sleeping.  =bagf=72x78^Y^DeIachable-  "'"      " -   4066-17.  lining. 885,-9237.  -J68J^^u&-g��od-cond;r^700^  885-3818 days. rd.04W6i  REG. German Shepherd pups,  ',$100:686-9746. 4089-15  Wanted to,Buy. ,.���__  For Rent  COME IN TO J&C Electronics  for. your free Radio- Shack  catalogue. 1327-tfn  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office.        1473-t'fn  DIVORCE! $100 plus filing  fees. Obtain your lawyer  supervTse<TlIivorce over the  phone - fast! Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free 112-800-663-  3007. Chargex arid Master-  charge acceptedr --       4080-17  free estimates  885-5033  BACHELOR andj .bdrm apts.  TF^ffHfPS^Hinfurn-m-^BscmsV  -3-BDRM~HOME-orr7Lookour  ' Dr, Sunshine Hts. 1300 sq ft,  full bsmt, ensuite; fp, w-w  carpet, FP $54,000.885-9027 for  app't. 4051-17  GENERAL STORE: Hardware, dry goods, fresh  meat, groceries, self-  supporting business. 3900 sq ft  selling area, 1900 sq ft 4-  bedroom living area. Located  Sunny Okanagan. $89,000 plus  stock. Hedley Mercantile, Ph.  292-8313, Box 130rHedley, B.C.  VOX 1K0. 4074-15  BY OWNER:  5  acres,  uncleared with creek. Central  location. 886-7703. 4062-15  NEW 3 bdrm home on level  lot. 2 fireplaces, \lk  bathroom, separate dng rm,  custom-built walnut cabinets,  bsmt & carport. Close to  schools & shopping mall.  $48,500.886-7625. 4065-15  ~WVAT3ANT~auto. ExceHeriT  second   car,   good   gas  mileage, $400. Ph. 886-9200.'  -'    .   3955-15  Mobile Homes  10   x   55'   MOBILE   home,  washer & dryer incl. $4800.-  886-9137.      �����' 4049-17  Boats and Engines  '- HIGGS MARINE  . SURVEYS LTD.  Insurance" claims. Condition &  valuation surveys. Serving the  Sunshine Coast & B.C. coastal  waters. Ph. 885-9425, 885-9747,  885-3643,886-9546.        3490-tfn  24' 1973 REINELL 188 Merc,  new leg & prop. Top condition. 885-3455. 4020-16  6' DINGHY, fiberglass, with  -_oars^$125.firm..885.-3549!=?F=-  -WANTED to buy: used crib &   high_chaiiv-good-<:ondr-ti86^  9497 aft. 6.. 4047-17  WANT WOOD STOVE w-oven.  Good cond. reply Box 572  Gibsons. ,    4057-17  WANT good used piano. 885-  .9863. .4068-17  For Sale  3612-tfn  Help Wanted  AGGRESSIVE individual-  capable of above average  earnings. Must be reliable and  available to start work immediately. Interior-Exteriors  ^"     " Chilcotin   Street,  ��    Ma-a a*.a     **,      U1UUI St     **'�� .\\A M.M*3\JaU��  W-W carpet, parking. Ph. 886-  7490 or 886-2597. 3248-tf  LARGE housekeeping rooms  daily, weekly or monthly.  Ph. -885-3295 or 886-2542.  3090-tfn  DAVIS BAY:  deluxe new  home in prestige location.  Million dollar view. $68,500.  885-9328. 4090-17  4067-15  K&C 140 Merc ib-ob, comp. w-  heavy duty trailer. 885-3127  aft. 5. , 4063-17  TfcTr~594"      _ ,  Kamloops, B.C. V2H 1G5. Ph.  3.74-5373... _. 407KL6  EXPERIENCED Offset and  Letterpress operator  required. Min. 3 yrs. experience. Reply in writing  stating qualification's and  I  I  I  I  INCORPORATE! $75.00 plus  filing fees. "Obtain your  lawyer     supervised     in-   oiawug  miamn-cinuiio emu  corporation over the phone -_-expected_salarjL_to���Creston-  fast! Call Self-Counsel Ser-   Valley  Advance,  Box  1279,  vices  toll  free,   112:800-663-   Creston,.B.C. V0B 1G0. Mark  3007. -Chargex.-and Master-   envelope:   Employment  ap-  ���u*-io    charge accepted.    . * 4081-17- plication.    , 4075-15     �� -I  I  I  I  FOR RENT:   Wilson  Creek-  Community Hall,  Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  3691-tfn  2 BDRM cabin in Garden Bay,  partly furnished $150. (112)  464-2563. 3924-15  APARTMENTS for rent. 1, 2  or 3 bdrm. Ph. 886-2417. 3873-  tf   , '  SELMA PARK: no bsmt, 3 Marhinm-v  bdrm, 5 yr old home. About 'VwCninery  1450 sq ft of which 250 ft is  unfinished. Priced well below  replacement value. 885-9328.  4091-17  I  T  ^1  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  $2.15  _WATERFRONT-Wt Sechelt,-2-  BR, carpet, telephone, TV,  linen service. $250 eves. 885-  2627.      ... 3949-15_  REASONABLE rent. 2 bdrm  mobile home, incl. fridge &  stove: Ph. 885-2014.    : 3998-15  IN MADEIRA Park. 2 new  homes for tent. 3 jbdrm,_2_  W. SECHELT, 2 levels, 3  bdrm w-revenue suite on  one-third 'acre, w-w  throughout, finished rec rm,  up & down FP, dbl carport,  patio ornamental landscaping  plus fruit trees. ��ash to  mortgage, trades considered.  885-2451. '  4096-17  Mortgages  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your dd in the squares. Be sure to leave a blank space after each  word7 " y   ���   .   ' "���   '.���:. ���������'\<:  ���, ������. .'������'������������    , 7 7  Three lines is $2.15. Each additional line is 60c.  Take advantage of'our special savings. >    7 .        7  * Run your ad twico ���tho third timo is FREE.  ���  .   ".      '     ���', ���       ������ '       ' ���'������,��'' ,���   -* ' ' "   ,   ,  * If you pay for your ad the Saturday before publication you get a  discount ���25c for 1 Insertion���50c for 3.  ' /   ."Y ,     '     ' "'. '   , ' '     '' .  "���",/   Mall'us your ad, or drop It,off: "���":-,  . In Sechelt at tho Peninsula Times Office  In Gibsons at the Arbutu^ Tree  <*?���,',' w:  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  ^A:r,  .%���!..  CLASSIFICATION  ,'<*  *  ���   p.  .  PP  ���i  -���������  a  --"  -  ,  '  '  '  t  -f.���  �����).  '  V  I  I *  y           ,         *     ~  _ _ ,,.,, ___ __ .j i__  ___ __.  ���,..   it  151  ���  ���  "Bath, w-w,"fireplace. i  pool, $350 mo. l^h. 987-!  MORTGAGE MONEY. Any  amount (25 years amortization). 1st mortgage from  10 pet., 2nd mortgage from-,  12M> pet. Residential, Com-!-  mercial, Builders. J.D..  Phillips Capital Corporation,  -lfifiZaJCin,   ~  1976  JOHN   DEERE   540A  skidder, approx. 2700 hours,  new  rubber,  excel,  cond.  $24,500,883-2733.' 4058-18  TWO LOGGING TRUCKS,  fully rigged, w-steady job.  Ph. 692-3067 on weekends or  write Box 583, Burns_Lake,  B.C. 4072-15  Livestock   g__   CERTIFIED  Farrier,  Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm". 898-  3751. " .       994-tfn  one with   Surrey,,B.O. V3T 2X6. Ph. 58&  9736! 0411 orevenihgs585-1603. 4030-  3964-15 ^tf  CHICKS: brown egg-layers,  white Leghorns, white  Rocks. 'Order early, ship  anywhere. Napier .Chick  Sales, 6743 216th St., Langley,  eorge ftighway,'   Roy s9- MilnerrB,CT-V0X-4T^-  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  FOR SALE: by builder. 3-  bdrm home in Gibsons. Cnr  of Pratt & Grandview Rd. 1300  sq ft, _2 full bathrooms w-  ceramic splashes and 6'  vanities, - vinyl siding, 7��4"  =insulation=in=eeiling?=Finished==  L-shaped rec room_w-Frank-  lin fireplace, heatilator fire-place upstairs. Deluxe  Citation kitchen w-dishwash-  er. Concrete_driveway, lots of  wallpaper. Expensive carpet  and light fixtures. $5,900. Ph.  886-7411. 2830-tf  '75 DODGE Vz ton 25,000 mi.,  radial tires, 4 spd trans.,  radio, ps, pb, sliding rear-  window. Exc. cond. Ph. 886-  9408, "   4000-15  '76~WILDERNESS 22' travel  trailer. 883-9696,883-9207.  4008-16  SINGER sewing machine &  cabinet. Perfect cond. $250  obo. 885-2794. 4038-16-  HWY 101 - 1 acre with 2b&n  home, fruit trees, Creek and  Ocean view". Only 39,900. Ph.  885-2902,885-5220.     3970.     15  '71 350 TWIN Honda.-yery"  good condition., 11,000 mi.,  $600. Ph, 885-3818 days.-3992-15  100 AMP SER VICE;.,.30  breaker combination panel  w-main breaker & meter base.  Never used, CSA. $85. 886-  9868.        7^ '   .4085-17'  SM AM^^lliS^lfaby' crib,-  ���child^s���aceordian,���carlor_  boat-warmer, battery  warmer, cuddle seat. 885-5534.  4054-17  "m  '76 DODGE- Power. Wagon,  well equipped, excellent  condition. Fry master. 2550  BTO. Propane Deep-frier  counter-style, two baskets.  Write it. Wanst 11, Box 621,  Nakusp, B.C. Ph. 265-3298.  4073-15  Legal Notices  In the Supreme Court  of British Columbia  IN THE MATTER  OF THE "NOTARIES ACT"  Chapter 266 of the  Revised Statutes of  British Columbia, 1960,  and  In the Matter of  An Application   for Enrolment -  HENZEY JEAN FERRIE  I hereby appoint Wednesday,  the 29th day of March A.D.  1978, at the hour -of 10:00  o'clock in the forenoon, or as  soon thereafter as counsel for  the applicant may be heard,  before the presiding judge in  chambers, at the Court House,  Vancouver, British Columbia,  as the time and place fop the  hearing of the application of  Henzey Jean Ferrie to be  enrolled as a Notary Public  pursuant to the Notaries Act  to practise in the' town of  Sechelt and -within an area of  .twenty-five miles from the  centre of the town of Sechelt,  in the Province of British  Columbia.  IT' hereby direct that  publication of this appointment shall be made in a  newspaper circulating in the  area.and shall be. published  once a week for .two consecutive weeks.  Dated at^Va'ncouver, British  Columbia,"  this   1st   day   of  _MarchjUi_197;8. _  Ph. 534-7222.  3882-tf  2 BDRM WF cottage Pender  Harbour.  Stove,   fridge,  heat, light, elec. incl. in rent.  $200. Refs. 883-9923.      4041-16  MOBILE HOME, 4 bdrms,  fridge, stove & storage room  on semi-waterfront lot. Close  to schools and shops. Avail,  immed. Refs req'd. 885.2600.,  4059-tf  PALM SPRINGS: Now  renting - deluxe condominium on municipal golf  course. 2 bdrms, 2 baths w-  free facilities. Pool, tennis,  iacuzzi. Air cond'd, sauna,  bbq. All utilities supplied. Ph.  (604)898-3486. 4078-15  GUEST    HOUSE,    ocean  frontage  adjacent  to  all  elec. home. Halfmoon Bay.  885-9698, "4098-15  GIBSONS: large 2 bdrm apt.,  stove   Incl.   Avail,   immed. $200 per mo. 885-9834.  .4087-17  WANTED TO  RENT:   fur-  nlshed home from Apr. to  Aug. for resp. couple Gordon _____  Agencies, 8&2013. eves 885- 75  GolD   Austin   Marina.  936S-                        4097'16 auto.,  22.000   ml.   Good  \kimmmm*^ *~ r. a-E condition. $3000 obo. 883-9287.  Wanted to Rent 4010-10  Business Opportunities  WOULD you like to receive  quality jewelry free? Have  a Celebrity Jewelry Party.  886-2347. 4015-16  DISTRIBUTORS & Salesmen  required for Sunshine Coast  area for marketing of world's  most advanced residential  early warning system. Call  coll. 988-0323., 4050-15  "A NEW WAY to make  money" B.C. Decor-Dieck  Ltd. "Vinyl" for sundedks,  now have franchises open in  your area,��� while they last.  Ph.112-596-1238. 4077-17  Campers and Trailers  ..,....'��. ������.���' -.. - y .    .*   ���   ��� ���-  73  GMC  4x4,   Sierra   cab  camper, excellent cond. 883-  906Gaft.5p.m. 4009-16  24'TRAVEL TRLR, '73 fully  equipped, excel, cond. $4900.  Ph.88.1-9697. ���    4056-17   - --"���- ���r* ~���.  Cars arid Trucks  ...GOOD LOCAL Ladner hay for  sale. Call 596-0920.    3634-tfn  ALFALFA PELLETS -  upgrade your roughage.  Improve your livestock.  Pellets pispvide natural  proteins, vitamins and  minerals. Truckload lots.  Leduc Alfalfa, Box 986, Leduc,  Alta. T9E 2Y6. Ph. (403) 986-  4000. 4027-15  Lost  10 FT. ALUMINUM rowboat,  plywood   floor.   Lost,  in  Halfmoon Bay Feb. 5. Ph. 885-  2188. ..'������������ 3971-15  5 LAMP chandelier^ gold and  white, $100; I evening gown,  size 18, $35. 3958-15,  1 DRILL press w-drills, $250  obo; 2 pipe threaders, $50; 1  Holiday 3 pee. solid state tape  recorder w-tapes, $150 obo; 5  elec. heaters; 3 doors; misc.  items. 885-3140. 4022-16  TEN color pictures from your  favorite negative for only  $1.00. Send us color negative  (any size) plus $1.00 and we  will send you 10 beautiful*  ��� jumbo size color pictures  within one week. Satisfaction  guaranteed or money  refunded. Pronto Photo  Service, 30 Eastgate, Winnipeg, Man. R3C 2C1.   4079-15  Take notice of the above  appointment and take notice  that, in support of the application will be read the  affidavits of Leslie S. Parsons,  Esq., and the Secretary of the  Society of Notaries Public of  British Columbia, and such  other evidence as counsel may  deem necessary.  Leslie S;Parso'ns,  Solicitor for the Applicant  To: The Secretary of the Law  Society of British Columbia.  'And To: The Secretary of the  Society of Notaries Public of  British Columbia,  ,   4084-sptpub. Mar.8,15,1978  For Quick Result*  Ut* .Times Adbriefs I  MATURE responsible couple    '67 CHEV Impala SS, very  to rent 1 or 2 bdrm house      good tires, Immnq cond, ps,  aval  Apr, 1, Situated near;   pb, newly rob't engine, con-  MmlAlr.   PI,    nm nine- 4- U  ^ % ^ ^   ^ ^ ^  Madeira Pk. or close to Hwy.  Pis. ph. 245-4724 or write J.  Ware, Box 1506 Ladysmlth  V0R2E0. 4069-17  frt|S >������ ������������"ii.iiin��m''nmmV^m^mi^mvMtmmm.mmmmmm^mmimmmmm,mim,***  SMALL   HOUSE* or   self-  contained cabin, pref. on  0704.  4048-17  102 GMC stepsido, $375 pbo,  ���"*���needs grill;Will trade rorflf"  VW Beetle. 005-5304.     4053-15  mac     ���   !^���0FI"^Wr?f,]!&ter"l?    'fi7 CAMARQ 350 LT1, 4 spd,  60       I   Creek. 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'���    ������ ���"-��� \,   ������ -   '1' ���       ' I  "\l>-"**~  x;  ���, p'    ���. ���   p 'Y     '  '.)"  Y '  ���I '"*, t    ���'.  What price should yoiiJWjZ  \  A house represents~the  largest single investment that  the average family will make  in its lifetime. And yet, the  average family embarks on  this trans"action with very  little, or no experience arid no  assurance that whatever  professional advice they are  receiving __is_ factual or complete. (Remember, real estate  agents are paid by the seller  and their first duty is to advance the interests of their  client.) For this reason, it is  critically important for a  buyer to form an independent  (and educated) judgement  about the value of any house  that���he���is���considering for  purchase.  1. METHOD OF  EVALUATION  The   usual  method   for  arriving at the value of a  -single-family-dwilhng^isTlie-  COMPARATIVE    METHOD.-  This method involves finding  out'what houses are actually  -selling for "and comparing  these houses with a particular  house offered for sale.  2. SELECTING HOUSES FQR  COMPARISON  - Begin by selectingErhouse-  that you would like to consider  for purchase. (For the purpose of our discussion, this  house will be known, as the  "subject" house.) Next, select  three or more houses that are  SIMILAR to the subject house  and have SOLD RECENTLY.  Look for these houses! in the  same neighbourhood \as the  subject house or in similar  neighbourhoods in the same..  are.  Similar Houses: You are  looking for similar houses  because these will provide the  best indication of the value of  the subject house. For  example, you would not want  to compare an older house  with a new house, or a two-  storey house with a bungalow,  The differences aro too ,  substantial for a valid comparison. Remember, the  fewer tho differences, the  hotter tho comparison.'  . , i  Recent sales: You arc  "looking for recent sales  because you want an up-to-  date Indication of house  values. The moro recent the  Sttlo, tho more reliublo it is us  an example of CURRENT  market values.  HOUSES  No two houses aro ever  klcnticni; liven similar houses  will hnvo differences and you  should ask yourself "What are  these  differences  me?"  These differences may  relate to a physical feature  such as lot size, construction,  state of repair, number and  size of -FeomsT���layout and  facilities, or to other important matters -. such as  quality of the neighbourhood,  access1 to schools, shopping,"  public transportation, and so  on.  If a particular difference is  in favour of the subjecUiouse^  you will make_"aT"positive"  adjustment irf the price. If the  difference is in favour of the  house you are comparing, you  will make a "negative" price  adjustment.  Adjustments:   In  many  cases, you will be able^to  make a rough estimate of the  dollar value., of individual  ..adjustment  most cases, however, the  "cost" approach will giveyou  a minimal approximation of a  feature's value.  _Scheduleof Unit Costs  (Toronto): ��� Each year in  February,-the Toronto Real  Estate Board publishes a  guide to current construction  costs in Toronto and district,  persons, living outside the  Toronto area may find it  useful as well. One seetion of  the guide, entitled "Unit in  Place PricesJ!_ld_ejifafLesJ;h^.  replacement cost of such  'features as residential  garages, bathrooms, finished  basements and fireplaces.  The Schedule of Unit Costs is  available to the public at a ���  cost of $2. Write to the Toronto.  Real Estate Board, Mailing  Department, 1883 Younge  Street, Toronto M4S1Y7,  lclosin e���you��=��h.ea ue-in���-  KLEINDALE ��� duplex (one 3 BR and  one���2��� BR)���on" 2.2 acres, close to  Secondary School. $85,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR  view home, architect-designed. 5  major apphances.~$?7,000.  GARDEN BAY LAKE��� well.built 670 +  ; sq ft furnished home on large treed lot.  $36,900. -   ���  justment relates to a physical  feature" such- as- "air^extra  bathroom, an extra bedroom,  garage or finished basement,  you can estimate the current  replacement   cost   of   the  feature and add or subtract   will need up-to-date figuce^ on  this amount to or from_the���construction-costs-per-sqiiare-  price of the subject house.    "  foot in the area you are in  payment.   Kxtra Kobms (not" including bathrooms): ��� To  estimate the current  replacement cost of an extra  roomrsuchfas a bedroom, you  le: lne "value or a1  physical feature, such as an  extra bedroom, may bear no  relation- to its. actual  replacement - cost.' For  example, a couple with two  children may not be willing to  pay anything extra for a  fourth bedroom, whereas a  couple with three children  may pay a substantial  premium for this space. In  terested in. This cost per  square foot is then multiplied  oy the square footage of the  room to produce an estimate  "of the cost of the room, .For  example, a 10! x 10' bedroom  (100 square feet) would cost  $2,500 If construction cost  amounted to $25.00 per square  .foot. ���'  Note:   If this estimate  ��� See Page B-4  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2 BR home on 9.5  treed acresPSSO-ffr frontage on Hwy  101.'$55f000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� unfinished 3  BR.home, full basement on 1�� acre  treed 'lot. $40,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� large 4 BR ranch s  home. Recently remodetted. Large Jot  $46,000.  MADJE1RA PARK ��� 3 BR split level on  5+ acres ���view over Pa'q Lake. Fruit  .trees, garden. $77,500.  (���  .11.6+ACRE ISLAND ��� 3 BR furnished  Panabode, float. Water & hydro.  $165,000.  A   .-��.'  SUTTON ISLAND ��� EGMONT ��� 1.7  acres, treed, beach, sheltered, cove.  $35,000.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Soasldo Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  /x/ .  ATTENTION!  Rotlro on tho boautlful  coast of Socholt. Wo  havo, 6 Mobtyo Homo  Sltoi loft.  Single Wldes  or Doublo Wldos  Located at Gardon Bay  100% Bank Terms OPFC  m fU  T^NCERpiEC  call colloct  *     ��dZack, 533-1651  'ender Harbour Realty Ltd,  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  WATERFRONT LOT ������ Doop and protoctod moorago  In  Egmont. Hat trallor pad,  soptlcs,  wator  and  powor,,,  $35,000. .''-������  ONE ACRE LOTS - On Francis Ponlnsula, Privacy  plut valuo In this most doilrablo aroa, Just 2 loft sb don't  dolay , , , $15,000 oach. ' , .  20 ACRES ��� Mostly lovol land on Highway 101  across from Sun��et Covo. Boach accoss, nlcoly trood, drlvoway  In, Horo l�� a flno Invostmont at $44,900,  7 ACRtS ��� on Highway 101 closo to Madolra Park.  Partly cloarffd and on a wotforlyilopo.AiKIng $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA'��� Soml watorfront lot with  -cholco harbour vlow ,.. $13,500,  WATERFRONT LOT  wl)h doop moorago and flood boach. Hoi rough but comlorloblo  two bodroom-Accomodation and good float... $40,000,  A Bargain Harbour boauty  icn.  GARDEN BAY ��� Ono. bodroom homo on a laroo  vlow lot clote to Gov't wharl, A good buy at $30,000,  GARDEN BAY ��� Doluxo Gothic Arch 2 boflroom  codar hom�� wllh basement nnd lundock, This Dollar Road  boauty hat ona of tho bait water vlows possible ,,,, $49,900.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Extra largo (680' doop)  ��� twtteftnfr-totwt^^  *.': V-'-WY '���  PHONE 883-2794   "  JOHNBREEN .     JOCK HE&MON  383*9978 INSURANCE 883-2745   y-;..y-'.pp,,�����.,.w,���.._,., . .. p I ��� ^x^m^ >*��� *  PARK MOTEL��� 11 modern rental units, one BR residence with office. Situated on the  Sunshine Coast Highway, close to Pender Harbour Secondary ScRooi7 Would suit  anyone, looking for a home and Income. $110,000.  ���.' '.' .       '    *p     Y      , , '       '       '  PHARMACY ��� MADEIRA PARK'^ 3,000 sq ft leased floor space In Pender Harbour  shopping centro. $30,000 for business and equipment, plus cash for stock in trade.  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  WATERFRONT HOMES  RUBY LAKE*--* 2 BR, w/w, oloctrlc hoat,  somo furnlturo, Road accoss, 110 ft  boach lakofront, $50,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� l,300��.'ff  lakolront, 24�� acros, 4 BR furnlshod ,  panqbodb, float, $105,000.  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 37�� aero, 1,500��  ft lakofront, $110,000,  . RUBY LAKE ��� 95��, ctfros oxcollont  land with 400;fc ft lakofront and  2600-t, ft on lagoon, $100,000,  RUBY LAKE ��� 3 BR partially furnlshod  cottago', 96 ft lokofront In qulot covo,  float, $49,000.      '  SAKINAW LAKE ~ 57.,5 acros, 2  coltagos, 1 floatj, 3,500�� ft lakofrpnt.  $260,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 16 acros, 750'�� ft  Iqkofront," Waltor acebss, $36,000,  ;RUBY LAKE - Lol 4, 117�� ft lakofront,  , road accoss. $17,600,  IGERRANS BAY ��� lovoly 2 BR homo on  70��, ft watorfront lot with southerly  oxppsuro, float. $1)7,000,  GUNBOAT BAY ��� 3 BR homo, 3 cot-  tagos 8, float, 5 acros, 132 ft wator*  front, $115,000,  GERRANS BAY -- 2'BR homo, full  bq'somont op 133;fc ft walorfront;  Largo" lol, $89,000,  EGMONT    ~   4   BR   homo,   partial  ��� basomont,   sundock,   on   3,3   acros,  270+ ft cholco watorfront, $95,000.  GERRANS BAY largo 3 BR architect  doslgnod homo ori 130 ft watorfront  lot, $95,000,  LOTS AND ACREAGE  1  fwi  1  W|^R|R0NIL0TS^&MRE/JCf  LOTS  1, MADEIRA PARK -���- sorvlcod lots.  $0,000-$22,000,  2, FRANCIS PENINSULA - sorvlcod  lots, $9,000-$l3,500,  3, GARDEN BAY AREA   vlow lots,  $12,900-$21,250,  4, SANDY HOOK ��� vlow lot on porpolso Drlvo, $11,500,  ��, PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� now 01  lot subdivision off Sinclair Bay Road,  Sorylcod lots, most with' vlow, throo  wllh lakofront, Prlcod from $10,000 to  $37,300   6, LANGDALE CHINES��� Lot 35. Grady  "'ftcl7Tr;ooH,lia;500rrY--':' "-���'"  7,, SELMA PARK -7 only 30�� It from tho  , boach and a boautlful v|ow from this  lot. $27,500,  ACREAGE  1, MIDDLEPOINT - 10.9, acros, 2 BR  cottago, crook, $40,000,  2, KLEINDALE  -  20��, acros,  fairly  lovol, hall cloarod, $30,000,  3, IRVINES LANDING ��� 2,07 ocro vlow  lot/ lovol, $33,000,  4, KLEINDALE~-.fl;hgcrosonHwy 101.  $21,000,, ,  5, BAROAIN HARBOUR ~  1,9 jicroi.,  irWcl, "sorvlcod,$25,000,  ,6, KLEINDALE  --   23,7   trood   acros,  Monacher Rd, $50,000,  7, NEAR RUBY LAKE -��� 7�� acros on  Hwy 101, $23,000>  LOTS  1, GUNBOAT BAY ��� Gordon Bay ���  09' walorfront lot, 1,35 trood acros, SE  oxposuro, $30,000,  2, GERRANS BAY ��� lOO-jfc fl watorfront lot with drlvoway and sorvlcos,  Prlco roducod to $20,000,,  3, GERRANS 'BAY ---'2 oc,|olnlno  watorfront lots, 71' and'77', $30,000  oach, '   '  4, PRANCIS PENINSULA - 70' bluff'  watorfront, vlow o^or Pargoln Harbour, $21,300,  5, GAR6EN BAY - 290' walorfront,  1,2 trood acros, Drlvowdy In, $55,000,  6, FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ���-������    132!  watorfront lot in Pondor Harbour. 1 ,B  acros, doop wator moorago, $50,000,  7, ST, VINCENT BAY -old homos'toad  slto with 8,40 acros, 373,-fc, ft watorfront &'smt(ll crook. $35,000,  ACREAGE  ����  NARROWS INLET - trood wotorlronl  acreages, socludod low bank, 5 acros  to 14 acros'prlcod from $24,500 to  $39,500,  NELSON ISLAND - 40 acros, 1500' on  Wostmoro Bay, 225^-J on Wost Lako, 3  BR hohib, '2 collages, road to loko7  lloats, $160,600.  GARDEN f��AV"*~ '"3,5;E'acros';' 500��7  sholtorod watorfront, $122,500,  EARLS COVE ~< 3,37 acros, 490_t ft  sholtorod watorlront adlolnlng forry  tormlnol, $123,000, ;  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  ���JW  . .       ' . -     �����������     " .,   ���,    ���      ��...-        .,'���,,     ���>    ���      ������        pp....-'    ������ pp;   ,....'..... -   t.   ,^�� ......... .....!.. .,..���..����� .art^H..,. . .      ��������� i itppa.��|f.��........  , t'J." "^7'.'1,:" "*y^XwX:XM:: .^���'H^v^s^^  'V  ,&.%&v.&*.<$Ut.i  l"l:r  ft*  K  3+*ft.lN��W^'l   c   \   ���#   P*   T*��WW        jB-SWUl,  -tt s..  .��*.  A A  ><>  H>��<^~��9KKKr 4%-u^p��-<r||^ �� k   Hi����jH��#  ^p-^   <ff A-'V^J^p fr.  '���r..  ���\  ttt<ix*. t vter. )M-  JWHF ^(.t*WBs*��Pl?TiF'l4.*1>��l* Wr-1^ i* ���"*�����  (*-vip Kk*.h  rfi��^H't*s'in f, ty<r  Y     .   - ~  ��� i ,  f       "*  'OlW.'.., Y. ���,. "������'���  1 ''i  ��� �� ��� _ MQREJIBOUT  ^EageJB-4 7The Peninsula Times Wednesday, March 8  ���/���  \   , ..;    x    ^  \  -'  --���'.'              '*���    .  rV   ���>    '  *.  i  !. *  What price should you pay?  Joc^and-any-gLverusellerLmay-  ���:��� From.Page B-3  appears low, it is because the  estimate is based on the cost  of building a 10' x 10' room  where the room is included in  the- original design o�� the  Home. If you were adding such  a room to an existing home,  your construction cost would  run about one-third higher.   Information about Con-_  The owner (or agent) may  relish the opportunity to refer  you to another house that sold  for a price that makes the  subject house look attractive.  Of course, the owner (or  agent) may be misinformed  about the selling price. Or he  may be trying to mislead you.  J^ojmaJlec^yjD_UYcan_confirm_  this information yourself.  (See "Finding Actual Selling  Prices" below.) *  (b) The seller's real estate  agent is one source of information. Other agents doing  business in the area may also  be of help. Explain that you're  struction Costs: ��� If you live  in a large urban centre, you  a can call your local Home  Builders Association, for information about current  construction costs. Ask for the  cost per square foot for single-  ;   family dwellings of.the type    ^���. mtv. ���Al��aut wa^vu iC   -.   r~r   .���,  *.���.,,������������.. . nronertwmi  .also obtain this information " you're not going to jump into   offices are known as Registry  be way out of line,in his price  Without factual, information  about selling' prices; your  pricing efforts are largely a  matter of guesswork^   ?.,.  7.      FINDING",*  ACTUAL  SELLING PRICES  Land Records ���To find  the actual selling price of the  houses you have selected for  comparison, you must do what  the professionals do. You  must conduct a-quick, inexpensive search at the office  where land records are kept., _  Each province of Canada  maintains a separate land  records office for each county  or  other   land; registration  lwilL-need-a "legal descrip*  tion" of the property you are  interested, in. A' legal  description is the equivalent  of a/street address for land  record purposes.,  A legal description usually  consists of some combination  jof numbers; for example, a ���  "Lot"-number and a "Plan"  number. (See Schedule I for a  typical legal description in  your -province. )~Telephone  your municipal tax office or  tax assessment office for this  information. Givfe them the  street address of the property  and they will translate this  into'a legal description.  The Search"��� A complete  - fr-om-Gpntral-Mortgage-and-*  Housing Corporation.  ' _  Each year in March, CMH-  _C publishes.a. free_.handbook  entitled -Canadian Housing  Statistics. This handbook  contains a table which  identifies construction costs  per square foot for the  preceding- year in various,  cities and urban centres  across Canada. The table is  entitled "Estimated Costs of  New Single-Detached  Dwellings Financed Under the  National Hoiisjji&Act" (Table  86, '1975 Handbook). CaU the  branch office of CMHC in your  area or write Central Mortgage- and Housing Corporation, Head Office, Information Services, Montreal  YRoad,    Ottawa;    Ontario-  K1A0P7.   -  4.  COMPARISON  RECORD  SHEETS  Among the , working  materials in your kit, you  will find a blank "Comparison  Record Sheet" together with a  completed Sample Sheet. Use  this sheet to record the details  Iif7the_subjej:rhouse._and the  "houses'you-have 'selected for  comparison. A number of  - subjects for comparison (such  as price, location, etc.) are  indicated on the sheet, and  extra space- is provided for  your use in comparing other  features.  5.   FINDING   OUT   ABOUT  RECENT SALES  (a) Ask the seller of the  subject house (or his agent)  about recent sales in the area.  -anything-until���you've had a  chance to investigate recent  sales in the area.  (c) Call a mortgage  company. Ask to speak to  someone who handles first  mortgage, loans. Explain that  you are in the market^for a  house, but you want to get  some information ^about  current values .in the area  before you commit yourself. If  the loans officer recognizes  you as a future prospect for a  mortgage loan, he ��� may  provide you with a great  wealth of reliable information.  (d) Look for "Sold" on  "For Sale" signs. Agents affix  a "Sold" sticker to their signs  when   a   sale" is   made.  -FrequentlyT-these���signs- are-  left on the seller's property for  weeks after the sale to advertise the agent's success.  Contact the owner of the  property or the listing agent  and ask for the selling price.  Or wait until the sale is  completed (i.e., seller moves  out; new owner mover in) and  check the selling price.at the__  *- land-? recoHs^iffcer^tSee *"  "Finding Actual Selling-  Prices.",)  6. COMPARING PRICES  Chances fire, youare in the  dark about ACTUAL selling  prices in the area where the  ^subject, house isjocated. You __  may know something about  ASKING "prices in the area,  but an asking price is not a  selling price. Very few sellers  get the price they are asking  Office? or Land Titles Offices  depending on the system or  systems of land registration in  usejn the province.  To find the land records  office for the county or district  youare interested in, call your  local municipal office. Tell  them where the property is  located and they' will direct  you to the properland records  office.  Legal Description ���  Before doing your search at.  the land records office, you  OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  Main street location, on-site parking. New building.  AAbve-ln-April-Utr-Sizes-from-SSO-to-yOO^sq-ft���AN  bffices are carpeted and painting will-be done. Up  to 5 year leases available with renewal option..  Call S. Anderson  Anderson Realty, 885-3211  Home 885-2385  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES ltd.  -885-2013 Sechelt  Cowrie St  N&fif "  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-8r  den. Heavy insulation, dbl windows &  only $35. a mouth, a]l electric,  fenced  80'  lot with  Landscaped  'garden area. F.P. $54,500.  JOHN or LYNN WILSON  885-9365  TOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE* INSURANCE ���MORTGAGES  S I  SgiS^Bk*  A  MEMBER BROKER  mmmmmm.  '$?*& #/ {)0r^?r'//rA  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  885-3295  Van. Direct  ,661-7931  HOMES        B��X        ' n��Xt *�� GU,f Stat,oin,�� Socholt VON 3A0  rSECHELT VILLAGE roducod to $49,500  Three bdrm homo locatod near to storos,  schools, etc.,with, added extrqs; solar  heated greenhouse, don, workshop,  doublo workshop and outsldo patio with  PBQ, -Call Don Lock. 16 SV 7 <'���'  OWNER SAYS SELL  So come and see this'delightful post and  beam 1 bdrm home. Full price Is loss,than  $30,000 and this is Immaculate. It has a  vlow, flroplaco, good sundeck and nlcoly  treed lot, For your own sake don't miss  calling, on this I A. Ibbitson, SHSP  VIEW PROPERTY $62,900  Close lo Socholt, Has, 1 full and 2 half  baths. Excellent homo Jor chlldron, 4  bdrms, boautlfully panelled throughout,  Downstairs has huge roc room with b<Hr,  workshop apd storago area, Call Ann  Ibbitson! 07SP*  "WEST SECHELT ��72,900  for tho discriminating homo soekor: a  tasteful 4 bedroom, beauty; spacious 8,  bright, 2 flropldcos, doublo carport,  ��� i tarmac circular driveway, A |oy" to live In I  Call Ann Ibbitson, 05WS  l���,u A.TEMPTI|40 BUY.,*.��.*-��p--��.,��,.p����.w,|39,600..p  Illness forces the sale of this lovely 1,2  rural acros at Rodrooffs, the house Is pot  splffyf but It Is sound, hos attachod  garago, auto/oll heal and a view, All  kinds of fruits, osparagi/s and excellent  soil, Call Corry Ross to view by appolntmont,  RETIREMENT SPECIAL   Reduced to $42,500  . $2000 Price Reduction  ���  ���   ���    \  Easily maintained ,2. bedroom,hom�� o\\  vloyy , aero  In  Wost  Sochelt.  Flroplaco,\  carport,   pavod   drive   and.  a"treated\  groonhouse. Frldjjo ft stove Included, AH  oflors presented, Call Corry Ro����, 2QWS  DAVIS DAY reduced to $42,500  Note $5,000 reduction I  Move right In to this three bedroom  burtgalow and f pond your leisure hours at  the beach. Lot 100 x 200' In nice  residential area,'Heat form flroplaco, All  ^'^foall��fl!r'"'ofle'r��7?l�����n���ld��rotli���*���c^^l|���'-Corry,",'4  Ross, .���'"������- ,   1BDB  WATERFRONT  ACREAGE  IRVINE'S LANDING $58,000  Approximately 178\ of superior waterfront,, with two llttlo cottages, all roady for  summer living. Magnlflcont vlow of  Ponder Harbour. Deep, water moorago  nearby. Just minutes to famous Loo's Bay  fishing grounds. Call Corry Ross.  DAVIS DAY Roducod to $87,800  $2000 price reduction   "  Custom built superior home right on the  beach. Hugo living room has extra high  colling and largo windows to take advantage of the magnificent location. Call  Ann Ibbitson for moro Information,  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT   $66,000  100 feet of waterfront by 670 feet long,  This prlmo WF acroago has panoramic  vlow on Its own rocky point, Heavily (rood  for privacy, An old log house odds rustic  .charm to this sotting, A totally unique WF  ��� buy, Call Don Sutherland, 27RC  HALFMOON BAY $99,900  Extremelv attractive waterfront property  wllh two bedroom home, Float, boathouse  and fully serviced guest house, Sunny  exposure and lots of privacy, Call Don  Lock,  SELMA PAfW reduced ��o $55,500  ; Owner has roducod prlco of this very  Appealing 3 bdrm waterfront home by  '$3,000, Phone now for appt to vlow with  Corry Ross and see for yourself the well-  bulltsoa wall and boat ramprpluiiTiony  Interior extras,  ROBERTSCREEK $22,100  Your chanco for a ploco of tho good oorth, ;  1.44 acros on Lower Road; closo to beach,  possible viow, Asking a reasonable prlco,  Call Ann Ibbitson. 35RC    ,  SECHlBLT VILLAGE $27,500  '5 acros within Socholt Village Boundaries,  Road access, but no services. Vondor  states $5000.00 jlmber on property. 10SV  COMMERCIAL  HWY 101*PARKRD .       $109,000  130 x 720' of prlmo land, This excollont  parcol has a good future In an expanding  commercial area. Call Don Sutherland.  DAVIS BAY MOTEL $210,000  Ideal operation for husband and wife, This'  attractive 10 unit motel has shown a good  gross, Owner will look ' at creatjve  financing, This ocoansldo property call  only appreciate,    >  ATTENTION BUILDERS I  FIELD RD LOT, must sell, $0500  \     OFFERS?  /TlORWEST BAY RD ,, , ea, $10,000~\  SANDY HOOK .     r  Waterfront, 200'  $25,900  IANDY HOOK  Stml-WF .,..;,������;.,.,���..,,,,.,$12,000  REDROOFFS  100x250   .,.,,,< ,",,',",.110,000  SELMA PARK  IM'hW ",;,.; ,,$9,800  WEST SECHELT  1/2acre ,vt,vv,vv7. ,7,,,..;,$13,800  REDROOFFS WF LOT $20,000  TRAIL ISLAND WF LOT,,,,,,,, $13,900  SECHELT VILLAOE  3Acres  ,",,!,,...    ,,,,$20,000  ROBERTS CREEK .,,*. :..,..,���.,,,,..,......,..,, ..��...,  Jreedlot    ,,    $10,500  7   SECHELT OFFICE SALES STAFF  *mm,mmmmKmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmw^  DON SUTHERLAND* Broker.-.��.-. ^  ��wlfy",fi^^jfe"'j,^<pwpimppm**w��^^  rnwmmm  ^__*p*P*PP*W'k**PWf'*-PP*P|PPP*Pt*��Pt*< ���  '.#p%r..tfW,W,WftJ<WPP.*^,*l*P.PW_P|  w.1'  Oyer 800, Offices and Growing Ffist  EgggJ. .^REAL ESTATE  *T=fe^   APPRAISAIS  jj> NOTARY PUBLIC  IIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIA     -  A ' DENTAL" BU��k.   f  r��nuc   Ur.iTV GIBSONS        ^ ��T-  |U���S   lAhALlY PHONE 886-2277^ ."  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD TOLL FREE 682-151 3^  0  ���    .  *     '..'���  ���v  '  ^f^ritere^teain^mll-cost$l~or~  less depending' on the  -provineer^As-seaFeh-shouldn-t-  take'more* than   several  minutes of your time.  You will be looking for the  most recent Deed* to the  _property_ you are searching.  (A Deed is the document  : which passes title of a  " property from the seller to the  purchaser.)'This Deed will  usually disclose the actual  selling price or market value  of the property.  To find this Deed, you must  ��� See Page B-5  $*��� Jon McRae  885-3670  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  Chris Kankainen  885-3545  Arne T. Pettersen  886.-3793  HOMES  /  COACH ROAD: (off Leek Rd) Three year  _akLlhree"bedroom_Jiome-situated jn a_  quiet subdivision in Roberts Creek only 2  miles from Gibsons. Large kitchen-with  an eating nook. Yard is nicely landscaped, yours to enjoy from the 300  square foot split level-sundeck. Extras  include a wired and plumbed dark room  and a 7 x 8 storage shed. $44,900.  ,  UNDER CONSTRUCTION-  _DAVIDSOJ!p|JIQAD^.CULD.E.SAC_  Nearly 1/2 ocre nicely treed lot on  Langdale Ridge offering you view an  privacy. Large three bedroom home.  Lots of cabinet space in kitchen. Full  basement. Fireplace upstairs. Large  s.undeck. Buy now and choose your  carpets. $54,900.  GRANDVIEW" RD:, , (off Pine)' Three  "bedroom' home- on -a,- beautifully treed  and fully landscaped lot (175 x 150) with  an exceijent_ view of Georgia -Strait:  Kitchen has" eating nook and a built-in  oven and range top. Floor to ceiling cuT  rock fireplace. 45 x 9 covered sundeck  and a huge double carport. $63,500.  CHASTER ROAD: Three bedroom full  basement home nestled in the trees for  privacy. Five large skylights provide a bright  and sunny atmosphere for your family. Two  finished fireplaces, raised hearth with semi-"  circular openings. Large carport and nearJy  500 square feet of sundeck. $54,900.  GOWER PT RD: Two bedroom starter home.  This old timer close to shopping and the post  office has to be seen. Cement foundation  under 665 square feet. Storage area 220  square feet. Includes fridge and stove  $22,500.  TRAIL BAY: Cory older type home on leased  waterfront property. "Situated in a peaceful  and quiet area with a safe sandy beach,  beautiful view and desirable southwesterly  exposure. Large lot with level landscaped  grounds around the home and a nicely treed  bank to the rear. $15,000.  DAVIS BAY: Mission Point Woterfront.. Two  small cottages on 60' waterfront property,  with a 20' lane alongside. Property is on  Tsawcome lease land and is prepaid to-Oc-  tober 1993. Level to bedch, privacy and  spectacular unobstructed view. Tenant-  presently renting one of the cottages. This is  your opportunity to invest in desirable  waterfrontage. $24,900.   '  FAIRMONT RD: Exceptional large home on 1  1/4 acres, spectacular^ view, in Gibsons. This  1.388 square' foot"~Fiorne has many extra  features. ThreB-bedrooms on the main floor,  full basement, two heatilator fireplaces,  -stereo-systenvto all roomsrthree-fullbathsY  sauna, double heated garage with electric  eye. Huge sundeck. paved driveway. This  home has everything! See it today. $76,580.  FAIRVIEW ROAD : REVENUE ��� This new  duplex on a l72 acre lot represents the ideal  investment property. There are 1232 sq ft in  both of these side by side suites. Features are  post and beam construction with feature wall  fireplace and sundecks. There is appeal to  separate rental markets with a "two and a'  three bedroom' suite. Assumption of present  mortgage makes purchase very easy and a  yearly Income of over $7000 makes this  . property hard to beat. FP $75,000.  SOUTH FLETCHER: A,beautiful view of Gibsons Harbour is only one of the many features  of this?four bedroom home.'Othe��Jaclude a  featur^ wall fireplace, hardwood floors,  lovely large kitchen and forthe handyman a  16 x 18 workshop. $39,900.  " GOWER   PT  RD:  Almost   1   acre of  lovely,  , wooded view property on Gower Point Road  near 7th Avenue. Small but well-kept house.  Second serviceable building on property. Can  be subdivided. $36,900.  WATERFRONT: 66' OF LEVEL WATERFRONT ���  300' DEEP, WITH A CABIN. Buy this for  $500.00 down and the balance at $50.00 per  _month_on--a_full-priC���t-of_$4r500._Hydro_in,--  water available. This is Dominion Lease land  at" Sechelt, but well worth the asking price.  Make an offer.  GRANDVIEW RD: Fantastic fully finished large.  family home on almost one acre view lot.  Three bedrooms on main floor plus another  "finished in basement. Rec room is roughed in  'with plumbing for wet bar. Two. fireplaces,  ��� skylightsrspeciaMlghting"and~large~sundeck~  over   double   carport.   Excellent   va'lue.  $64,900.  KING ROAD: Country Estate. Spacious  and I  modern home situated on nearly 5 acres of I  cleared   land,   ideally  suited  for   a   family 1  wanting a place for hobby farming, horses, |  poultry etc. In addition there is a separate j  large home \_yith 5 to 6 bedrooms, plus a giant j  workshop. This could be an excellent 'source |  for revenue. The property is situated only 2 j  miles from Sunnycrest Shopping Centre. This  whole    package    of    possibilities    is    now  available at $140,000. I  SEAVIEW LAND: approximately 2 acres of j  forested WATERFRONT property in West j  Sechelt. 1758 square foot three bedroom I  home. Sauna and beach _house_-combo_.on-i  beach. Enjoy the view from the glass enclosed  patio on the front of the house of the Trail  Islands. $148,000.  FAIRVIEW ROAD: Immaculate double wide I  three bedroom mobile home on large Tand-1  scaped lot on qu'iet street in area of fine |  homes. Easy walking distance to elementary |  school. FP $42,500. |  k2Ii  GOWER PT RD. In the heart of Gibsons one  block from-shopping and the Post Office, i  -Three- bedrccrm-home   on   concrete   block  foundation. Post & beam construction. Acorn  fireplace gives a  co?y  atmosphere  to  the  living room. Nice and bright with many large I  windows. $33,000. '   |  .= :        J  DAVIS ROAD: Charming gable roofed three I  ���bedroom single storey^home? "Fully land-1  scaped lot. Large  utility room  for washer, I  -Jjyer_ao^_sto,r_ageYrhe--cement slab carport  could easily be, finished as a rec room: The  perfect family home close to schools^  shopping,  the  curling   home and -the  newJ  _jswirnming-poof77-$3-779TJIT ." .-   "������  F!R|?8||TrS;BDiyiS0^  * These'" lots areMfe'th^'id^arTurdf "sefti'ng. They, are -flat for building but surrounded by  evergreens for the privacy a homeowner enjoys. Ideal percolation. Close to schools and  shopping. Priced at only $9,900.  ,  *  ���  "  - -  -  --  ���  *  ���  *  9  1  2  3  4'  5\  6.  \  7  S  i  s.  10  ir  s  12  13  14  L5  J  ���'&,  ROAD'    ���  ,  ROAD  1  c  *���'������'  36  35  34  33  32  31  30  29  f '  27  S 7  26  ;i ���  25  7 ���  24  ���\ 7  23  S  22  21  ���i  ���  ���  p   p  ���   V  -s  A r'7  SKYUNE DRIVE: Overlooking the Bay and the  Village of Gibsons from this quiet and private  lot on the Bluff. Start building your droam home  right away on the, expanso of this  207 x 115 x 181 x 616 uniquely shaped lot. LOW  DOWN PAYMENTr-EASY TERMS, FP $13,500,  I   ���   '~' ~~ ~~~-  I SKYLINE pR; This 70 x'59 x 131 k 122ft lot with  |'expansive view Of the Bay aroa and Qlbsons  "��� Village Is woll prlcod. $11,500.  SKYLINE DR,'��� Wllh the sewor only 150 foot  away from this lot and tho ad|olnlng lo* also for  sale, makes this an oxcollont valuo, The Ideal  spot for a distinct and original homo. Nlco vloyv  and sholtorod from tho opon sea, $13,900. ���  I GOWER PT, RDi At the corner of 14th. Thft  property has lovols cleared for tho building slto  of your choice, Excellent vlow af Goorgla Strait,  Approx 80'x 230', $16,500.    '  TUWANEK: Only orie block"la"ViotK fujl view'  I of Inlet. Piped community water available, 00'  |x 140' lot, $9,900,     ,  WAKEFIELD RD: ��� Good building lot on water  and power overlooking Georgia Strait and  the Trail Islands. This Is a corner lot In a newly  built up area. $12,500.  UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanek, Ideal recreational���  lot In beautifully wooded and park like aroa.Hi  Zoned for trailers. This lot overlooks SecheltH  Inlet and the Lamb Island, $8,'900,  PRATT RD: Noar new school slto. This lot Is  cloarod and roady to build Opori, Mature fruit  troos dot this 76' x 125' lot. $13,500.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65'x 130'.  Closo to shopping and the ocoan. Sewer  easomontof 10' on SE sldo of lot. $12,500,  .  i ~  GRANDVIEW RD: Lot si*e -approx, 104x105  wllh some,v|ew over the ocean, Closo lo beach  accoss, partially cleared, oasy building lol.  $13,000.  McCULLOUGH RD: Wilson Creek. Close to one  aero troed property with sub-dlvlslon  possibility, $22,500,  BURNS RD: Good building lot (65 x 130) on  flat lond In Gibsons Village, Four blocks from  Post Offlco, storos and transportation, lightly  (rood. Throe blocks from ocean, All services���  avallablo. $11,000.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At school Road. Two lots ofH  40 x 150' each. One lot has a cottage which ���  could be rented, these lots are mostly cloarod||  and roady for building. A spoctacular view of WM  the entire Bay aroa and Keats Island is In-S  eluded In the price of $27,500. 5  ALDERSPRING RP; 50 x 150' of the bost [J  garden soil In the heart of Gibsons. On sewer =  close to shopping and Post Offlco, Potential H  view of tho Bay aroa. Excellent terms HI  avallablo. $10,500. ���  VELVET ROAD; Boautlful vlow lot In doslrablo ���  aroa, Road In' and hydro and phone toH  property, Prlcod well below assessed valuo. ���  $11,000. S,  AANGDAllj; Level building lot on  Johnson  . Road. Fantastic vlow of Howe Sound. $14,500,  SCHOOL fll WYNGART ROADS s Only 6 of these  Duplex-Zoned lott loft, Beautiful Vlow  properties ovorlooklng tho bay, Close to  I schools and shopping, All lots perfectly suited  |to side-byslde or up-down- duplex con-  j struction, Priced at $18,900 ond $16;500.  |_   ^ ^ _ _,_        ���  SECHELT INLET ESTATES! Deluxe lots with a  spectacular vlow of Porpolso Bay, Boach  f0t;l||tlQ��, nearby moorage, water, hydro and  | tolophone at each lot. Only 4 1/2 miles to thd  j conveniences of Sechelt,  . POPLAR LANEi Conveniently 'located subdivision  In Gibsons,  Only  2  blocks  from  .shopping centre and both elementary schools  and secondary. Lovol building sltos wllh some  cloarlng on a newly formed ciil-de-soc, These  prime lots on sowor ond oil services, Priced  jlrom $11,900.  GOWER PT RDi 100' of woterfrontage, steep  but managable slope, Hydro ond water on the  oiplahade road. 217 deep wllh a completely  unlmpoded view to Vancouver Island. Faces  souih west for lots of sunshine,  $15,900, T  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: With waterfront  as   scarce   as   It   Is   this  doublo   uso   lot  represonts real value,  $22,000  DAVIDSON   ROAD:   Fantastic   vlow   from!  Langdalo Ridge, This lot has a small creek on^  ���he very back 61 the property, All new homes IP  fn fh|| area. Th|s |ot Is'q full 2/5tli of "an acre, ���  $14,900, - ~  WHARF RdADi At the corner of Davidson,  With a little easy clearlng.thls lot will be  ready to build on, Walking distance to .the  ferry. Lot size Is 80 x 110,   !  $12,900,  5  B  ���  '*���   .(    7  .OOWER POINT RDi One hall c.cr��,lQa',.x 217..   .7        �� ACREAGE  on tho cornor of 14th and Oower Point Road. l "�� m  Drlvoway Into ono of the many 'excellent  ���        "   i i*   7  ^RANDVIEW RD AT 9THi Over 1/2 acre very j  uriveway into one ot the many excellent     ...              .                                          ���  ,    private with view. House ploni Wnd building  bulldlrtg sites, Some merchantable timber.     WBSQNSi Paft Road, Excellent prospects fori   permit   paid   for   kind ��� Included p ln~prlcA.  Property slopes to the wost forvlowand late     ��'oon����  Who  holds this  potentially  com- ��� Foundation floor llab and plwmblnQ oil In for I  lupsets, This has to be considered prime     m��r��l��Ny xoned $ acres. Lightly cleared, clo����  28 x 42'{1176 sq It) building, $19900  DrQnBriv. _��� s i a ono ^^SJ&SBEteBJ0.ataJjQ^  - ���    ������ L���L���J  m supset  |4>.rftp��r,ty��,i--sl$]ft,0Q0.  ���.-V""V��"P~^  l����fe��p  ' l i p . ���'. ' ' 'I |P' P       / ' '  -.., ..���..     ,  ."....���.....     '   'Qiwp. in or call for freeMo'khi^  x,'J,u,,y^mx\ s^:4  w mf ^m ^^ p^p ^m. ^m ^m) wm ^m ^m m^ ^m\ mm ^m m^ ^H ^m\ mm ^R Hi tm Mi ml mwwm Wm W WIpMiHIIMlMI  ''���7, ."fl^aY'V 7.t>7^;Y i'Yi  , ,*������, ���,. p.-,  ,' \,'  '   A  ���I     .      ,,  I*' ' "   "p '        .        ' a-'  p-* i '   ��* p|    (ip>. ���   .-   > nU  rw.   �� -.  .^��w��W^*��w��w-y-wf. -.P **P ^   '    "      .t.t>f��i   .    ~*. ���  **^P   B*. ,.���    ��*.   - ���".       .  \  \   p (��..  I*   ".  ~  ������:.%.'���  I  Wie*����*^��i��nJf ^ppi��pwAffil(t(W!*��4nH�� ff  ��w��- ^   *-    *    *v   �������*   ifc*j  >��Yi ^ -t  fW       i        '*^w��i  t    *���   ��jj     tf.t\g��*>&o.  .1'  /"  '.' (  ���") .      I  .... -  7u��* ..i_ m ' .)�������� ')���"  \        ��� ���>  ,'BV  more; ABOUT  Wednesday, March 8 The Peninsula Times- Page B-5  WhatxpricesltoiiloVjou^ay^F  ���-From Page <B*#\Y .  order the index book for the.  property, you are interested in!"  This book provides a summary of all "transactions affecting the property. It is  known as a "Register" in the  Western provinces, an  "Abstract" book in Ontario,  ���an-^Index-of-Immovables^-in-  Quebec'ahd  a.*, "Grantor-  Grantee Index" in the Atlantic  provinces.  To obtain this index book,-  approach the cashier. Ask for  a "search slip" of "search  ticket." Fill out the slip (legal  . description of property, your  " "name; etc.). Pay the'cashier  =f^ttte-feeTequired=and1:akeyour=  .receipted.slip to the counter  ���.where -index;-books are-  delivered. A clerk will deliver  the book to you. Ask him to  Vopen the book to the page or  pages that deal with your  property.  Now you are ready to'look  for the most recent Deed to  the   property.  If you can't find a recent  Deed, chances are the sale  you are searching for has not  been completed. Ordinarily, a.  Deed is not filed at the land  records office until the date  -when the parties to a sale  complete their deal. Usually,  this is the date when the seller  Thoves out of the house and the  -buyer-movesin; If-you-don't  find a -Deed with a recent  filing date pr "registration"  date, you will have to abandon  (your search for the time being  and return at a later date to  search again.  ��� Once you have found a  Deed ,__ with ___a recent  .registration date in the index  ^bOTkryou-wiU^antrtopifll^  out of the files to inspect it.  .Each Deed is identified in the  index book by a filing number  or "registration" number.  Make a note of this number on  a document slip, pay the  cashier the fee required and  ask the clerk to pull the Deed  out of the files for your inspection. s  - When the Deed is delivered  to you, begin looking for a  reference to the setting price  or market value of the  property.  When you are finished with  the Deed, return it,to the clerk  for filing/(It is .unlawful for  - anyone to remove a Deed or  other-document from the land  records office.) Conduct a  similar search for each  property you are interested in.  -fc SPOTTING THE-  SPECUl/AtOR  When you* perform your  search at the land record  office, jbe sure;to find] out what  the owner oi. the subject  property paidforjt^nd when.  Some peopUPspeculate in  houses by. buying and-then  s^n^quigkly. j^p^Umes  w  BLOCK BROS  REALTY LTD.  HANDYMAN SPECIAL  On Gower Point Rd just post Gospel Rock you'll find this  beautiful 1.13 acres with 2 bdrm part bsmt home (partially  gutted by fire). This is a court order sale & all offers will be  presented!  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� GIBSONS  4 bdrm bsmt home on approx l acre with poss subdivision of 2  lots off rear. The end result you could be living in this lovely  'remodelled home on 1/2 acre for less than $45,000.  HILLCREST AVE ��� GIBSQNS  1300 sqft 10 yr old part bsmt stucco with 3 & poss 4 bdrms. Loc  on extra large 50 x 260 view lot. This has to be dn exceptionally  good buy at only $42,700. * ���  VIEW BLDG LOT^  On S. Fletcher Rd, 50 x -160 unobstructed VIEW! Only $11,900  with $2500 dn. x^  298-0541 G. KNOWLES 291-2881  even before they have obtained a Deed to.the property.  If your seller bought the House" ~  -very recently, ordoesh'F even"-  appear on the ..title as _the  owner,  chances  are  he  is  trying to make a quick profit  at your expense. You can  often take the wind out of such  a seller's sails by telling him .  thaf you know what he paid for  .the  house  andT when,  and  suggesting that his' profit .  expectations are" a  trifle  unrealistic.  9.  OTHER SOURCES  OF  SALE PRICE IN  FORMATION  Appraisal ��� If youf are  prepared to spend the money  (as much as $200 depending on  where you live) you can hire  an appraiser to prepare a  report on the value* of -the  house you are interested in.  This report will contain an  estimate of the current  market value of the house  based on recent, comparable  sales in the area. Be sure to  order _your appraisal from_a  qualified person such as an  appraiser holding the  designation C.R.A. (Canadian  Residential Appraiser) from  the Appraisal Institue of  Canada. You can obtain information about qualified  appraisers in your area by  calling a local chapter of the  Appraisal Institute of Canada  or by writing the Institute's  national office at 177 Lombard  __Ayenue, Suite-502,-Winnipeg.  Ask for the Institute's  Directory of Members.  Searching   Services .���  People who search land titles  for ..a living (freelance title  searchers) will often provide  information about actual  selling prices for a relatively  small charge. Call your local  land records office and ask  them to give you the name of  such a person. Give the  searcher the street address of  the property you are. in-!  terestedin  (and the legal  - description-ofthepropertyrif-  youknow it, and he will report  the actual selling price or  market value figure to you.  Average Sale Prices���The  Canadian' Real Estate  Association maintains  quarterly records of average  sale-prices for more-.than.75  -jybOTcentreginCMada.These  ���'tt'Y*.-*  REALTY LTD.  885-3211.  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  -Post Office Box 1219rSechelt���  Toll Free 684-8016  prices are based on properties  sold through the Multiple  Listing Service butjthey. tendz  to be somewhat higher than  average "home" prices as the  figures include sales of.  commercial properties.  To obtain a copy of the  Association's latest Summary  of MLS Sales, call or write the  Research Director, Canadian  Real Estate Association, 99 _  Duncan Mill Road, Don Mills,  Ontario. Be sure to ask for  their "City by City" summary, otherwise you will  receive a provincialslunmary  only.. When your summary  arrives, you will have to  calculate the average sale  price for your city by dividing the "Unit Sales" figure  into the "Dollar Volume"  figure.  Royal Trust Company, a  real estate brokerage com-,  pany with offices across.  Canada, publishes a survey of  house prices three times a,  year (April 1, August 1,  December 1). The survey  compares selling prices of two  different types of houses _in 60  communities across Canada.  House No. 1 is a 1,200-  square-foot detached bricjj  bungalow on a 60' x 100'  five "to eight years old,  three bedrooms,  bathrooms, garage and  basement, but no recreation  room, fireplace or appliances.'  House No. 2 is a 2,000-square-  foot detached two-storey brick  house of the same age on a 75'  lot, with four bedrooms,  family room, two-car garage  and full basement.  :)  t A>y<-''"sTi.ii'  fvso <"-.������.'  J??.*.-        .v- .1.1  I   l! .t    ��� ��l  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATESERVICE: REAL ESTATE* INSURANCE* MORTGAGES  MEMBER BROKER  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  886-2481  GIBSONS  Van. Dlroct  687-6445  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre   VON IVO  GENERAL INSURANCE  Business ��� Residential ��� Marine  Prompt Attention  Charles English -Eileen Klnne  HOMES  " ALDERSPRINGS *     '. $49,900  Fantastic, renovation, 4 bedrooms, 2 with  onsulto, Jacuzzi, sauna, dark room. Lots of  atmosphere. Vlow, noar proposod morlna,  SEAVIEW RD , '   $24,900  Two bodroom starter on Soavlow. Nlco  vlow, woll built, This Is not a drive by,  PRATT ROAD $75,000  4 bedrooms and possibly five, A largo  Koatod 20 x 40 swimming pool has Its own  pump houso, goes Irom 4 It to 10 It deep,  KlUAhNEY LANE $29,000  Two bedrooms, largo living room with  flroplaco, part basement, Terrlllc view,  .nlco landscaping, Excellent starling home.  BEACH AVE lnthe$40s  ' Fairly new three.bedroom bungalow with,  covorod sundeck, Largo L-shopod living  room and cozy round windowed Kitchen,  /������Autt toll,  NEW HOUSE  With   skylights   and   fireplaces.   Real  ���;������ modern viable product at today's prlco,  **'ftiitCRlSfMltt'Jt'"*''"''" '""' ''���97.600'  Oood  Investment.   Oood  assumable  ,* -mortgage o| $22,000,  BURNS ROAD   ,''', $31,600/offert  .This 'Is a comlortoble 2 bedroom home  "i   ftqar the beqchot,' Very well built,  '*   LANODAlfi   ' -       y   , v    $64,900  . Near'new ,3 bedroom homo- wllh un-  I >��urpas��id'"v/Uw. ftf<}. topm wlllv wet bar,  plus finished area for your pool table In  grourjd,,l^v#lidsement, '  ' .      ,,  Y'  LOTS  TUWANEK , $7,900  Rocroatipn or. permanent home,  MAHANROAD ea. $12,500  2 nlcoly treed largo lots In this quiet area  at the ond of Grandvlaw.  PRATT & GRANDVIEW $11,500  Lqrgo cornor lot, opon to offers,      ���,  GRANTHAMS $10,000  Nice view lot, 50 x 1)0.  CHASTER ROAD $12,600  Large lot near schools.  SOUTH FLETCHER VIEW LOT $11.900  Terms avallablo, \  LANODAIB  $15,500  Large vlow lot on Chadwlck Root!,  LOTFONWHARFRD $11,500  LOT O ON WHARF RD $11,500  OUADYROAD ,    $1,2,800  YMCA RD Lots 3* 4' ' ea. $10,600  SKYLINE DRIVE $13,500  Sewer only 150 ft away, view1 of Village,  bay and wharf,Driveway In.   ,       ���-���������--���>  OIBSONS VILLAOB $13,900  View lot on cornor of  Wyngaorl  and  Martin Roads,  OLASSFORD $12,500  Wator & sewer connected, Fill In, ready to  build,     .  ' \ '���    ���    .*  WATERFRONT  SECHELT ���, $69,900  Spacious new 3 bodroom family homo on  Osproy Lane, Largo family kltchon dining  & living rooms, all about 40' from the  "water's edge. Call for appolntrnent to  vlow,  ROBERTS CREEK $45,000  Access easement on ad|acont lot. This  typo of prlmo watorfront Is rare on tho  market. 7,  GAMBIER ISLAND $12,000  3/4, aero seml-waterfront at Thornboro  Bay,  SOAMES POINT $160,000  Well designed four bodroom home on well  over an aero with 128' of watorfront,,  SAROENTS BAY B0' Wft Lot, $32,000  250' deop and covorod with salal and  arbutus troos, Ideal location near end of  qulot stroot In West Sochelt, Poyver and  water to lot. ' ,  HALFMOON BAY Low Bank Wit,.$35,000  Beautiful lot with southern'oxposuro, This  Is low bank waterfront, bift does not havo  ^beajJi^pM^  aro the natural landscape. Sower, water &   i|  power avail, .  ACREAGE  2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL $53,000  Located on Pratt Road on approx 1 acre of  good garden soil, Roomy 12x16 kltcheh,  Separate dining room. Large carport and  12 x 20 workshop,  10 ACRES OF WOODLAND  For truo plonifrrtr $38|300, vicinity of ���  Hanbury Road, Y ,  2 1/2 ACRES, ROBTS CK $20,000  2 1/2 acres of subdividable property In  Roborts Creek.  HOPKINS WATERFRONT $108,000  75 |eet ol prlmo watorlront ,wlllt Im1  macylate 3 bedroom home. One of a kind  fireplace, Manicured ground*, <  100' WATERFRdNT IN R6BERTS CREEK  Easy flccoss to beach, 3p00 sq It home  'bathrooms* 2 "kitchens, Fireplace and \l  _su(id<fck>,_ 7," _'_  GIBSONS OFFICE SALES STAFF  kV**s" U,T>  '    t    ���  '  ���i  ����� m    .'  * i  .ip* *.  ARL7, .V'/'?.-^!*!!  tf**Wfl**jl|^Vj**#i"��ftP".4  ���afar-,..  s*imw wmH.mHti>& W- .'������ mrim mmWmwi  ���iit<iivt>p&i&��ty'$i st*��jiW��wtsfe' ��  8862164,  l--*p#��pBW*fpNi*feNri^-��i*i����*pi^r .fff^sW W.vW^SWwjPJIM^Jl.t'W.!*^  185-2973  ��� mmfmi ^mfmmmm km* fcraBtWldF wymim**mwmiWv��<tffit^^  Over SOO Offices iwcl Growing Ftist  , i  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive homo on almost 2 acres  level Hiway frontage, easy access.  Good large shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  remodelled. __Shake roof.�����-ncher  alum, siding. Several outbldgs.  ,eelude<i=kjndseaped=pKiparty^=F-B  .$69,500. 7 " ��� -_ "  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: Close to school, post office; store and  beach. Over 5 acres with potential vjew. Three bedroom 1092 sq ft  home with part basement. Reduced to $39,500;  WATERFRONT HOME: Located on  Redrooffs Rd at Welcome Beach.  Clean, near-new 6 room stucco bsmt  home.   WelJJnsulated,   twin   seal  .EGMONT WATERFRONT; excellent  ' investment opportunity. Approx 560'  of waterfront with 5 acres and a' 4  year old double wide home. FP  $95,000. with 1/2 down. All offers  and trades will be considered.  i>  SELMA PARK VIEW HOME ���|.. 3-  bedrp6m home nicely decorated. Red  carpets, circular brick fireplace, lots  of kitchen cupboards and counter  space, .master bedrooms has enste.  Basement is-finished and has entrance to-the garage. FP'$64,500  NEW BUNGALOW AT REDROOFFS:  1150 sq ft 3 bdrm home on level,  beautifully treed 1.28 acres. Close 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.  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT:  quality built 2 bdrm full bsmt  contemporary designed home.  Shown only by appointment. Try  your offer to $79,500,,  SELMA PARK: This 2 bdrm home is  the best buy on the market! 800 sq  ft, large kitchen, all appliances go  with the house. Eipansive view.  Many fruit trees on the property.  Landscaped. FP $38,900-  >     iMfSa  m~'tv  VILLAGE HOME: 2 main floor  bedrooms and full basement, carport  under large sundeck, utility room on  the main floor. Basement 80%  f)mshedi-FP-$50r900,   WATERFRONTI Approx 50' of lovol,'naturally landscaped property.  A beautifully built 1X300' down and 900' up 3 BR home, Dream  kitchen, formal dining room.iargo living room with a wall to'wall  natural stone flroplaco. Owners are leaving the aroa apd havo  pricod'this homo accordingly at $74,995, ���  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT LOT: 60 ft of waterfront, treed lot  with driveway,In, South tlope, oxcollont beach, Excavated  building site, F.P. $29,500.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME; 860 sq ft 2 bdrm mobile homo with ap-  pllancos, All wall to wall carpet, Cozy & inexpensive to heat,  Concroto driveway and parking slab. Fir Road location, FP $43,50Q  Tormsl  EXTRA LARGE VIEW LOT: WostSechelt. 100 x 150' Trail Island view  lot, Flat & level, Serviced with water & power, An exceptional lot.  $16,500,  DAVIS BAY) VIEW LOT: Easy terms -r 20% down & the balanco ovor  easy paymonts on this southorn exposure view lot, Excavation and  clearing have been dono. FP $13,900,  SOUTHWOOD ROADi Closo to 1/2 aero. Level building lot, Hydro  "andidglbhalWaloratroad.ChockS compoforAtfrdcflvoly prlcod at  $9,450,  REDROOFFS AREA: Largo (rood lot 93 x 400' approx, Good garden  soil, wator 8, powor," Asking $12,500. ..  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acres of land wllh 3 bdrm near new  homo of opprori700 iq ft; and �� 4000 iq fl dlumlhum clddrfully  Insulatod building, Building It all wired for 220 power 4 could have  many uset, Concrete floor, clear span. FP $99,500.  windows and sliding doors to sun-  eck^Je^iJatot^plgefijfenjpce^ng^  area in kit, plus sep. dnajpfn facing  view of* Merry Island and Welcome  Pass. Lge 80x360' treed property w-  workshop. Above grd bsmt with,  wood and coal stove for canning or  gfuests. 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 wall carpets. View lot.  Priced at $41,500 -       itL.JI fliJLiii  mA-^���x^m.  SECHELT VILLAGE: new 3 bdrm  full bsmt home on a,large view  lot. Easy walking distance to the  stores and schools. Has ensuite  and unfinished rec room. FP  $57,500.  REDROOFFS ROAD: A'delightfully  designed 2 BR, 2 bathroom home.  Super fireplace in living room and a  ' Franklin in the rec room. 1200 sq ft  on main floor. Double garage. Many  extras. Asking $68,500.  gfr=M��  SELMA PARK: A very cozy 3 BR,  recently renoviStecT home within  walking distande to Sechelt  shopping. Dominion lease. FP  $18,500.  DAVIS BAY: modern 2 bdrm full bsmt  home op fully landscaped lot with  excellent westerly view. Bright,  sunny7-spaee-savtng-l��tchen-w-utility-  rm off. Attached c'port w-finished  driveway. FP $57,500.     v  <*-V*-*wj��K-m  SECHELT- VILLAGE: Large 3 bdrm  home on Dolphin S* "across from  \ tennis courts. Home is in top condition, 1/2 bsmt, Yard is fenced &  landscaped. Double canopy height  c'port. Family kitchen, an immaculate  home. FP mid $50s.  SUNSHINE BAY WATERFRONT> The shoreline 8 prlvato float Is  accessible from, the building site, Imaginatively designed luxury  home of over 2,500 sq ft of living area. A seaview from every  window. All appliances Included. FP $99,500.  ���: _ : ^_   LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEK: Ovor 5 acres of gOntly sloping  property with southorn oxposuro. 580 x 380', Year-round croek  flows through corner of property. Excollont buy at FP $35,000,  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A cozy, noar .now 792 sq ft 2 bodroom  homo close to Iho boach at Chapman Creok, No stairs, oloctrlc hoat,  doublo glazing. Government prepaid loase has 19 yrs to ran. FP  $32,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acros moasurlng 330' x 660'. Will ovontually  havo a vlow, Closo to tho arona, Try your ollor to $35,000,  DAVIS BAYi Laurel Road vlow lot 67,50 x 162', One of the bettor  views In the aroa, Asking $16,000,  SANDY HCK)Kf 70 x 145* of uhobttructed Vlow up Seehell Ihlef,  $2300 down and take over payments of $102 per month at 10  1/2%, FP $7595,' ���  GIBSONS HOME WITH ACREAGE; Large 3 bdrm homo on 7 acres  with Chaster Creek bordering 1 tide of fenced property. Home  needs tome repair but hat been partially renovated, Land It cleared  8r In gran, A nice tltudtlon, FP $09,500,  J5ELMA PARK VIEW LOT: fxtra large 90 x 179 lot, corner location,  oasy accoss, excellent view of Trail Island, FP $15,500,  LOW DOWN PAYMENT; Wost' Socholt vlow lot, cloarod, graded, and  sorvlcod, R2 zohod, Movo your trallor with no preparation  nocossary, Asking $11,500 with $1,000 down.-  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT: Your own private park with towering  firs & cedars. Homo Is unlquo 1450 iq ft with 12 x 36' wrap-around  open sundeck. Basement with workthop and storago, Garage.  Cement ttept to wator't edge, Atklng $125,000, Some terms,  '.'���*��� ,  MAIN STREET LOCATION: approxlmatoly 50 x 220' lot with butlnett  promltet and living quartort bohlnd. Excollont location lor almott  any typo of onterprlto. Thlt It an opportunity to bocomo established  ,    |n the village, Lott of roornjor expantion, fP $95,000., ���,7 .,���������.  ���ACREAGE; Almot| 7 dcrot of cloarod, gently, tloplng land, Vloyv of  ocoon, Zoned lor development. Could bo trallor park, $46,500,  DAVIS BAYi View lot, 66 x \ 52'i cleared and ready to build on, Area  ol nice hornet, Atklnfl $14,900,  ROBERTS CREEK; Treed lot w|th a yoar round ttroam. Atklrtg $7500.  th* boat launching ramp, Termt contlderod, Asking $12,500 and  .$|4,5p0. ������ .���   .-.,. ...7    -,-- -.-  iy.'��.jf.;&&wi��rfy$im p'-iVV'ftAP-v-  Far furtlicr^iiiforination on tho above contact:  p&*a ^���wt^rt.o*^.*. .7*  Jack Anderson, 085-2053;  ' '7;^Y^W^ ,X77:: v ��� ���. ��� ��� v.--**^;-;%��  8B5-2385;-I)oug Joyce, 885.27&J.X  George Townaend, 885-3345: jack  ���' 7-^w^*8r'p--,-----r.���-y^^^yv^-y *'pYi7:^^7,i:;*7  \  T  tr*f"  ,..,%,,....,,.  l^#���^4^Jtf(M!1l{^l^J^^^^ ^���"M^#*^*p����W'|SI^(Sl|^pi's-��i*i Jt j ifri^^HM*^*--^^**^'''^^-^'"^ =*  , ^l ��**  ftW-H    -f T"iiWSWWMfcp|P^B||-^ rMWD4| fcipPMBMrflfMfll -tt  ��. -   f  M *  t -,  -    -���*���  p*  7!K-, .**.��}���  f   -  V. ,  . p ���_,.'  '���  ��, ,* -'  1    ��� ��� fi   u  .  <p ,(         p'  ���'    '  :A" . ,���.>-  t,.  '��� p.   " .  I'P   ,  '���' '  1 P��A��..,'  IP '   ,j  1   il,,.-  '.VI  .'   1.  i        t  |1  UK,  ���ii, . *��� Ghoosmg^flie^ri  '   PageB-6 The Peninsula Times  ^ Wednesday, March 8,1978  A.'house, is the largest  single .investment that the  average purchaser will make  in his lifetime.-And yet the  average purchaser embarks  on this transaction with very  little or no experience and no.  independent professional  advice. Typically,, the only  professional the buyer sees  -before he commits himself to  ^a~pur.chaseJsJie^eller,s real  estate agentTBut the-sellers-  ��� a^ent is the sellers man. He is  fpaid by the seller to promote  -{he best interests'of the seller,  hotJhe_buyerr  This kit was conceived as a  '^���oitT5f"buyefis:advocatff1,^s"  a source_of information and  practical advice for buyers  ~~who ~ are not adequately  represented in the buyer-  seller, relationship. It is  designed to give you an  "inside track" on everything  Jhat peftains to your purchase  ��� from deciding how much  you can afford to signing a  sales contract. Along the way,  it should save you money on a  variety of items, including  legal fees and mortgage-  related costs.  months  should  not  exceed  $3,000.  How to use the rule  If you are interested-in a  new house or a used.house  listed with^ a real estate  broker, the builder or real  estate agent will give you an  estimate of the real estate  What can you afford?  Your range of choice in a  house will naturally depend on  what you can afford. In  today's real estate market, a  buyer's cash down payment  may amount to no more than 5  per cent of the selling price, so'  the question isn't so much  "How miich cash "Rave you  saved?" as "How much"  mortgage can you carry?"  The 30 per cent income rule  First mortgage lenders  (e.g., banks, life insurance,  trust and loan companies, and  credit unions) have a formula  'they use to determine whether  a buyer can afford a per-  ticular house. These lenders  generally insist that a buyer's  responsibility, for mortgage  payments and real . estate  taxes should not exceed 30 per  cent of his GROSS ANNUAL  INCOME ��� i.e.? ��his yearly  income before deductions. For  example, if a buyer has a  7gro_ss annual income of.  $10^66orhisanriual_re^estate  taxes added, to his~monfhly~  mortgage payments for' 12  taxes. He will also tell you  what your monthly payments  would be under a particular  -mortgage -arrangement. You  would then use the following  formula to determine whether  the house is within your  means.  =(Ms^y^Mgage^ayments^  (s) jTl2) + Annual Taxes x ���  3.33 .  .^-- _Gross -_ AnhuaI_Income_  Required --'?>-       If this calculation results in  a figiire that exceeds your  gross, annual income, the .  house is probably beyond your  means.  ��    Note: Even if your income  ".falls within the above formula, you may not qualify for  the mortgage loan which yous  require. For example, your  mortgage lender.may_be~us irig_  a 27 per cent income formula  or he may have placed a  ceiling on mortgage loans  during a period of "tight"  money conditions. To  calculate "Gross Annual  Income Required" based on a  27 per cent formula, substitute  the figure 3.70 for the figure  , 3.33 in the formula.  annual income, a first mort-  ' gage lender will take all or a  portion of a wife's income into  account. If the mortgage you  have applied for is a government-insured National  Housing Act (NHA) mortgage, up to 100 per cent of your  wife's income will be con-  -sidered-IBhe-loan-isrnot-in-  sured by the government, the  lender will not take more than  50 per cent of her income into  account. The percentage,  may be as low as 20-30 per  cent if the wife has a short  working history and her work  calculating your maximum  -purchase price is intended as  a guide only. In some cases,  your1, maximum purchase  price could,be considerably  less. For. example, if money is  scarce at the time you apply  for a mortgage loan, you may  find your mortgage lender has  ���switched_to-a-27_per_jcent_inT_  come formula or placed a  ceiling on the amount- of its  loans, or both.  A "27 per cent'.' column has*  been added to the Mortgage  Capacity Tables. Once you  have found your mortgage  does not v^^o^^cva^^^S^^l based^n the 30jrer  skill"orlralning.     ^ ' cent ruleV'deducT the per  centage shown opposite in the  27 per cent .column. This will  giye_ you  your jnortgage  capacity based on the ~more~  demanding 27 per cent rule.  What is the maximum price  youcan afford, to pay?  Among - the working:  materials in your kit, you will  find a set of MORTGAGE  CAPACITY TABLES. These  Tables will give you an indication of the amount of  mortgage you could carry if  your gross annual income lies  in a range between $7,500 adn  $22,500. The Tables are based  on the 30 per cent income rule,  _and-me_assumptipn is made  that the mortgage will.be paid  off in the usual repayment  period of 25 years. '  Once you have found your  mortgage capacity, advance  this "amount by the amount of  cash you have saved for a  down payment (at least 5 per  Central Mortgage, and  Housing Corporation  publishes an excellent free  booklet .entitled Choosing, a  House Design. This booklet,  contains a wealth of information which will help you  decide whether a particular  house will meet the needs' of  your family. Subjects include  choosing a neighbourhood,  choosing a, house and lot,  proper room .layout,  requirements in an electrical.  system,- -landscaping and  ' information about National  ' Housing Act (NHA) loans.   ^AtJhe^bagkofihe_b_Qoklet,_  you will find a three page  "Checklist for habitability.".  This checklist will suggest  what you should look for in a  newly built house, room by  , room. For a copy of this  booklet, contactany branch of  CMHC or write Central  Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Head Office, Information Division, Montreal  Road- Ottawa K1A 0P7.  Note: Persons who plan to  build their own house may  obtain a book of House  Designs.; from CMHC. The  book was prepared through  the co-operation of Canadian  architects and contains  sketches and floor plans of 85  houses ranging~in"~si'*.e~from  873 square feet to l,9ito square  feet. The book is available  free of, charge. Working  drawings of any design  selected from the book may be  obtained from CMHC at a cost  of $15.  ��� ������;���  SEMI-WATERFRONT ��� PANORAAAIC VIEW  SECURE.INVESTMENT - WEST SECHELT - CALETA ESTATES _.  This 2~yrold 1300-t* sq ft spacious, well-constructed home  is  designed  for  maximum  enjoyment  of   the   natural  'private surroundings for all fomily members.- Features  include laundry and, utility room on main floor, inside  floor-to-ceiling   fireplace,    expensive   custom    kitchen  cabinets, built-in dishwasher, cedar highlighted interior,  -level entry.tp both main floor and daylight base'ment,  extensive  wrap-around  sundeck,   dual   pane   windows  throughout, attached 2 bay carport,   plus  many other  *%   extras.  i , Offers welcome to $74,900.     .     ,     .  Owner Transferred, 885-3666  Y  Strata  Titles Act  The Strata Titles Act was  passed in British Columbia in  1966 and was substantially  ..amended in 1974. The  amendments were- not only  designed to provide greater  consumer'protection but also  to improve the provisions of  the Act to aid condominium  construction and develop-  mentrThe result is that B.C.  has one of the best and most  m.  _'1M o nt h 1 y__ _ m o r.t g a.g e_.  payment" tables  Among the working  materials in your kit, you will  find a^set of MONTHLY  MORTGAGE PAYMENT  TABLES. These Tables will  show you what the monthly  payment would be on a loan of  $1,000 to $40,000 where the  interest rate rangej from 10 to  14 per cent; andj;,"the amortization -pferfda^' (i.e.,  repayment period) ranges  from 10 to 30 years. The usual  amortization period on a first  mortgage is 25 yeafs. The  amortization period on a  second mortgage will' be 20  years or less.  Gross annual income (wile's  "incomes-  cent of the value of the housejY^omprehensive statutes on=_  less an allowance for legal  "the North American con-  fees  and  other  expenses    tinent.   Condominiums   can  relating toyour purchasev-The���novrbebuilt onlease-h'old-as-  resulting figure represents the    Well as freehold properties. In  maximum price* you could  afford to pay for a House.  Note: After $40,000, the  down payment requirement  increases. At $50,000, the  minimum down payment  would be 9 per cent. At 60,000,  it would be 12 per cent.  Suppose, for example, you  could afford to carry a  mortgage for $29,070 and your  cash, savings amount to  $11,000. You would calculate  your ��� "Maximum Purchase  Price" as follows:  Mortgage Capacity- $29,070  Add: Cash Savings $11,000  Less Expenses 1,000 10,000  Maximum Purchase  -Price  When calculating gross      TNote:   This  -070.  method   of  the former, enquire about the  terms of the lease,  who  holds it and"1or-hGW-long. A  copy of the Strata Titles Act  may be obtained from the  Queen's Printer, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria,  at  a  nominal charge or the local  Government    Agent,    635  Burrard Street, Vancouver,  v In addition, when amendments to the Real Estate Act  are  proclaimed,  developers  . will be required to prepare a  prospectus to be supplied to  . potential buyers. Ask for a  copy and read it thoroughly.  Also    much    factual    information can be found in the  cochures    prepared,   by  developers.  885-3271  New  Location: Wharf Road, Sechelt  (beside   Golden   City   Restaurant)  ROBERTS CREEK DUPLEX $49,500  Large duplex located on Hwy 101 near Flume Road. 3 large  ,hedrooms in each suite. An attractive piece of property situated  "on approx" 1 acre. Call Jirp Wood, 885-2571..  '  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT f J79.000  2 acre lot with 142'of prime wpterfrontSge. It can be. subdivided, so  it would be an investment. Jim Wood, 885-2571.    DAVIS BAY ���OCEAN VIEW   . ' $15,000  Excellent building lof on Fir Road, 110 x 70, with panoramic view of  ^sea-and^TroiHslands^Jim^Wobdr-SSS^^-lT^-^���r=        ��� ���=  WILSON CREEK ,  _ $12,900,  Level, treed 1/2 acre-; driveway in, situated on Browning Road.  "Approved'for septic, very close to Beach access. ���JirrTWoodr 885- ���  2571.  REDROOFFS AREA $22,000  Located on Frances Road, park-like property. This 1 1/2 acres of  treed, level land is serviced with power and water. Size IOO' x 650'.  Large enough-for privacy. Jim Wood, 885-257L*_ ���  COUNTRY BUNGALOW- $39,900  Situated on a large secluded,_approx 2/3-acre lot, 6 miles west of-  Sechelt. 1 yr built. Stove, fridge, washer, dryer & some LR furniture  included. For further info call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  V<EW LOT $,6i500  Near Sargeant Bay, 102 x 200' view lot. Arbutus and other small  trees.. Good building site. All new homes surrounding. Offers. Ed  Baker, 885-264*1.  WILSON CREEK $13,500  Attractive residential property 80 x 220'. Ideal building site if you  have youngsters as it adjoins new park. End of Simpkins Road. Sign  on.-Ed Baker, 885-2641.  RECREATIONAL-PROPERTIES $11,000  Well treed for seclusion.1125 x 200. Trailers allowed. Power and  water. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  CHEAPER THAN RENT $16,000  Only $2000 down and $200 per month for this 3 bedroom basement  home on lease land. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  T/ZACRE - , $10,000  Not far from the new proposed marina at Sargeant Bay. Terms  available and trailer allowed. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  OLD HOME NEEDS T.L.C.   $19,900  -Lowar_Gjbsons.Jflfiien^'qu_^eJhj^ know this home  needs repairs. Has new furnace and ducts, IliewiniigTeBmsTiew,'-'  and the lot is a good size. Larry Reardon, 885-9320. ,  -GIBSONS���SCHOOL ROAD OPP RCMP. _     _ _      _    $55,000  A multi-dwellings zoned one-acre lot in a goad location. Zoned for  18 apartments. 12 townhouses or duplex. On sewer.  GIBSONS ��� CORNER 101 AND SCHOOL KO^Xi~^' $70;000  1.3 acre multi-dwelling zoijed lot. Zaned-for T8 apartments,-12 town  houses or duplex. Qn. sewer. Latrtf Reardon, 885-9320.  WELCOME WOODS ��� REDROOFS RD AREA $9,500 & $9,750  Two extra large \o\%.>li,' x 200'. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  --        ���      *y _\  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,500  Semi-waterfront. Over the Narrows Bridge and facing Bargain  Harbour. Only the road between you and the water. Treed ond easy  to build on. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  REDROOFFS ROAD  $15,000  ..Over an acre at the corner of Redrooffs Rd and private road to  Sargeants Bay. Larry' Reardon, 885-9320.  SANDY HOOK $15,500 and $8,500  Over 100' waterfront lot, treed and close to road and adjoins with  view lot that lies next to B.T. Road. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LTD.  Every Office Independently Owned & Operated  THE NUMBER  ;;Y.::7..YY7 0VU ���  Y,.r-'?fVY  TO REMEMBER  885-2235(2) wot  Vane. 689-5834 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  'YUY'7Y[YY &YYYYpY7'  (B5g^iQii*fp7?.(rf ���  -:^MMX:M  ���'YrY Y  ���Wrf  Coast to Coast  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  1HWl  py!  885-2235  Ht��<��� rr  WHAT A VIEW . #3759  Hord to botior Iho vlow, and harder to botlor tho prlco ol  ,.,.$14,300.o��kodJPLlhl>J^ ���  accoss also, Flno building sltos, and local.,sorvlcos In Davis  Bny, PETER SMITH, 005*9463 ovos.  LARGE FAMILY HOME ON 2 1/2 ACRES       ��3919  Oldor homo with 4 bodrooms and don or Sth bodroom. 1 1/2  baths, largo kltchon, 6 mn|or appllancos, now garago and 2  shods, Closo to now Chaster Road tchool, This proporty Is  subdivldablo Into.lots or mobllo homo park, $66,000, RUTH  MOORE, 0-95*9213' ovos. '  LARGE LOT #3764  132 x dfeo' gives you .9 acros Wllh 'delightful broak running  through, Sorvlcos on road, Located'botwoon Ico arona and  Socholi contro, Lots Ihli slio aro hard to Unci and tho prlco Is  right at $15,000, PETER SMITH, 005*9463 ovos,  BIGGER THAN MOST #3738  Fully sorvlcod lot ol 55' Irontago but 120' doop and 120'  width al back, Closo to all'thovlllago hoi inoffer, ono block*  to proposed marina oroa, $14,300, JACK WARN, 0t\6*2601  ovos, " ,  SECHELT VILLAGE LOT ���' #3817  ���-*"1 *2 Hm'Ttmdrf O?'" w*famr *oc^''i��*r^  ,������,$] ],TO0,,(^4,anly,$2,^Q,do^  'ono yoar, ifb your mortgage can than cover houso an<J lot,  *:  EXTRA LARGE VILLAGE LOT #3914  Private cul do sac location, Woll trood and partially cloarod  for building. Walking dlstanco to school, park and shopping^  Good volup at. $1,2,500, RUTH MOORE, 885-9213 ovos./  COMMERCIAL AREA^"7"^     ~ #331 %  . 4 commercial lots In tho centro of Seehell,,This property has^  stroot and lano accoss and Is zonod OK Invest now and bo  roady for construction whon Iho sowor Is laid, For prlco and  details coll, PETER SMITH, 085-9463 ovos,   ^.^...-.-YYIY-EZ. :���..' ���'    ��� ������  ADANDYSHAPE 7 03736  100' x '35' rural lofono block to public boach. Community  wator and hydro on Gowor; FP $16,000, JACK, WARN,1 066- ,  2601 oyos,     ( , ���' , ' ���������".'?��� '���'��� ^ '  HOLIDAY^ wiiKiNpS^���" #3871 .  Insulatod, oloctrlc hoat, acorn typo llroploco, 4 bodrooms, ���  family room, combo kltchon/llvlng room. 1020 sqft total on'2  lovols,' Furnlshod, also appllancos, Seconds to tho boach byi  loot, Wator A phono too, and on blacktoppod road, Just  $35,700, |ust $10,000 dn, PETER SMITH, 005:9463 ovos,  LEVEL, ���CLEARED,! GREAT v|EW LQT ' /f3915  Wilson Crook building lot 64 x 117', Soptk lank and Hold  qlroady Installed. Got a pormlt qnd start building, FP  $12,500, RUTH MOORE, 005-9213 ovos,  WEST SECHELT 1/31^34/35  Cholco lots, almost lovol, somo with vlow, on pavod road,  with walor ft hydro In. Just 1.7 mllos Irorrt Socholi, Building  seliomo protocts your Invostmont. Prlco $10,700, DON  HADDEN, 005-9504 ovos,' V,-        Y    '  HOME SITE & SUBDIIVISION tf 3674  .5.4 acros lour mllos wost ol Gibsons In low rainfall aroa wllh  southerly oxposuro, $^5,000, JACK WARN. 006*2601, ovos, ,  SECHELWtoEW 2 BEDROOty #3887  All now aroa, this oho on a cornor, closo to stores and school,  Living room 19x11 1/2', all carpot except utility, bath and  kltchon. Double windows, well Insulated,^ eloctrlc hoat.  Carport too", All for $43,500, PETER'SMITH, 8B5-9463 evos,  NEW VILLAGE HOME #3911  Top quality, roasonablo prlco, Just $41,900 for this 2 bdrnf*;-'  full bath with onsulto. Largo living room with brick flroplaco,  lush carpets throughout. Walking distance to all Socholt  conveniences,   Covorod   by   tho   Flvo   Yoar   Now   Homo  Warranty Program. RUTH MOORE, 885-9213 eves,  ���V : A" ~r ~  ;, .    '  SANDY HOOKLOTS ,v #3878  Wo can show ypdia good soloctlon ol vlow lots ovorlooklng  Socholt lri.lot.ancl Iho magnlflcont mountains bohind, Hydro 8,  wator aro along tho road, closo to boach, boot launch,  marina and good fishing. Lots on Skq6kumchuck Drlvo at  $V,l ,000 wllh a fow on Soavlow at $10,500, Got slartocl vf\\^  torms.as low as $100,00 down and $ 100.00 pd'r" month. PETER  SMITH,' 005-9463 evos,  WOODED ACRES #3749  9,2 acros with rental cottago at ono cornor ol approxlmatoly  650' squaro proporty.,Build a homo and retain rovonuo,  ,., $45,000., 4ACK,.WARN.,006*260l.ovos1,, .,���,.,.,,,..��� ,,�����  ' WATERFRONT 2 BEDROOM HOME . #3891  Bull! 1970, Ihls vory nlco homo has lino vlow ol Sargoants  Bay and Gull of Goorgla and dvorgrown path to beach, 11 x  22' lining room lias lino stono facod hoatllator typo flroplaco  with oloctrlc hoat throughout, Enclosed attached garago,  Also an older 3'room cottago used as storage and workshop,  Total ovor 1/2 aero and vory pr.lvato. Asklntf $69,300, PETER  SMITH, 005*9463 ovos,  \  NEW ON MARKET  PRIVATE WATERFRONT ' #3921  Socluriarf,"khollorod doop whtor moorrigo, Boautlful location  f or, iruntmot��lniTnirPtrrH"nn,H-MI��>w-q,i.'>p��i-pojlmny m"��moTn?  by boal to your own private dock, Wllhln 6 mllos ol Sdcholt, 2  bodrooms, bath, kitchen, largo living room and. fully, liir-.  nUl-od, Prlcod at |u��t $43,000, flUTH MOORE, 005*9213 ovos,  BIG LOT f #3922  0\$or third ocro lol on RodroofU' Rood, Shprt walk lo govl"1  -Kvharf at -Halfrmron-ftc^^rto"wot���rtron^tJ��������t lotfofntlf*  ..ownptd.wltlv��MHOMndlna,pf.bpi}rJpy.hpW��iri^otor,.plp����i.te.|pt^  lino, Hydroat roadside, Oood yaluo nt II 1,500, Makoyour  ,1 iM 11M mVmmmmlWmm0im1mmmwmmmm*m  ON APRIL FOOLS WOULDN'T SEE THIS ONE  riRST , ��?926  ���Brand-now.$pqnl��h.;iylod -- roady far..occupancy April IM.  Buy naw and chooso~youT"Owivcarpols and paint, 1116 sq ft,  ,,. 3 badroomii, oxtrsi largo llvlna arida.^nJnfl.K9!P'J!.[?P'��!��;l  and slate ontryway, Tremendous storage area, Attached  doublo carport. 1/3 aero In nlco neighborhood protected by  Restrictive Covenant, Priced at |gstji��5,500, RUTH MOORE,  005*9213 ovos,  JECHBLTJtGTAlMNai^^  people? Meat thorn through operating this much noodod;  ..'���    store. For price etc., JOHN R, GOODWIN, 003-2233 Jg4lm).,  Minn ���!. iBil>iiii��iM��iitiiiMiVliiifiii��imipji>> ��� wiiw�� ���' iii mhmmmnmimf,!^.;.:;',���  ;    REDUCED PRICE  SPLIT LEVEL HOME ��3894  Look It over, 1180sqft, 3bedrooms ond onsulto, at  ground lovol, living, dining and kltchon 5 stops up,  pfus 1/2 basement, othor half dry storage. Two  hoat forms, plus flroplaco, Lovoly wator vlow,  Callings and floors unfinished, Roducod to  $47,700. OWner ostlmatos $4000 to finish. PETER,  SMITH, 885-9463 oves.  1 YEAR OLD VILLAGE HOME #3913  Locatod on Pobblo Crescent, Woll constructed 2 bodroom  homo wllh 2 fbll baths, Brick flroplaco with largo slato  hearth, Washor'*dryor, frldgo and oloctrlc rango Includod In  tho prlco ol $46,000'. RUTH MOORE, 083*9213 ovos,  SECHELT LOT #3856  Lovol lot, nlco Inlot vlow, noar marina and Ico arona, All local  sorvlcos, All now homos In aroa, Lot slio 70 x 125', FP  $12,000. PETER SMITH, 005*9463 ovos,  SECLUDED #3819  Forost and woodod lot surround this 2 yoar old, woll Insulatod cottago. Guost cabin and yoar round stroam also on  this 12 1/2 acre Roberts Creok parcel at $60,000. JACK  WARN, 006-J26Q1 ovos,   *'  Jy  QUAINT FURNISHED COTJAGE.     , #3892  Over 1/2 aero, developed garden and f^lly foncod for.  privacy, A regular bird sanctuary, Smoll, coiy Insulated and  wired cottage of 2 rooms, plus ono. room soparato bodroom  cottago. You elect whothor furnishings to bo Includod, So  vory prlvato, All lor $33,000, PETER SMITH, 005-9463 ovos,  1 *       "��� "   *"""   MADEIRA PARK #3888  Boat, owners, Horo Is 0/10 aero, almost lovel wll^ view  through Ponder Harbour, Just 100' to watorYodga, On pavod  "road yyllh hydro, phono and wo)or along road. Fl' $22,000,  .PETERJJMITH,J9S-94fli3 ovos,      .., , -���        REVENUE, HOME ft SPEC LOTS #3912  Homo with  3 bedroomt,  2  fireplaces' and  suit* wllh   1  ' bedroom and fIreploco, Worfyhop, double carport and 600'  sundeck ore somo of tho boneflts of this boautilul, well*  '"planned  ��$130,O00rStrmefllcal|f located lor Urtvr* <>eveloflroeoMn  %tb��on��, JACK WARN, 006*2601 ovos, 7  if^,,'X" ..   ",   r-Trr-y^"^ '..    ������,.  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Near, Pender,  Duncan Cove reports that the bluebacks  are starting td show up. They're weighing  in-at 2-to-2MYpounds, and a brightly  coloured hoochie is your best bet. 7  RIDING CLUB   '"!,,,,  The timber Trail Riding Club recently  acquired a lease on 16 acres of crown land.  "In' the future the club will be holdingtheir  horse shows at this site and the members  will be putting in their own facilities including rink, stables, clubhouse and  concession stand. Sometime in April the  club will be offering a training school  under an  instructor from Vancouver.  The Gibsons Athletic Association is  organizing Minor Baseball again this year.  There are,three divisions in the league.  The Tee Ball division is for boys seven to  nine years old. Ten to twelve years old will  play the Bronco division and girls nine to  twelve years old will play in the softball  division. Registration will take place on  Saturday, March 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  at Sunnycrest Mall and again on Saturday,  March 18, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The fee is  $5 .per person or $15 per family. For more  information phone Barry Lynn at 886-9136.  MINOR HOCKEY  There is apossibility that minor hockey  may cease to exist next year .because this  year's executive, has resigned. Support is  needed. Anyone willing to participate  either by giving advice, coaching, working  on the executive or in any other way is  asked to come to the general meeting  Tuesday, March 14, 7:30 p.m. at Sechelt  The Peninsula Times PageB-7-  Wednesday, March 8, l978~^  Red and Orange  lead industrial  hockey action  ' ��� ~In���Industrial���Hockey-fceague~play��  February 28, the Green Machine was  outgunned by the Red Barons and the  Orange Ruggers overcame the Black-  Marauders. , f. r  After opening up a 4���0 first period  lead, the Green Jeans seemed to fall apart  while the Barons attack flourished'. Final  score was Reds 8, Greens 5.  The Orangemen had todealTvitrra^very-  persistent Black team in order to come up  with a 9-7 victory. __  This action leaves the league even  tighter than before, with the Orange and  Red fighting for first place while the Green  and Black are neck and neck for third and  neither are very far away from second.  CHIEFMAN Calvin Craigan gets the  edge on a Firefighter during a match  played March 4 at the Reserve field in  Sechelt.   The   Sechelt  Chiefs  kept  ahead of the Vancouver Firefighters  and won this game 3-2.  The friendly neighbourhood exercise.  Wtionlm���  pjit/dpjtfjonM  U.tlk ,t ltt��K tf l<Hla\  Two soccer teams keep  the victories at home  Basic training in the handling of your          JioxseTisJiieJhemeJncludingJEnglish  Western riding���the end result being the  ability to train your horse for show GOLF  ~The Sechelt Chiefs and the Gibsons   teams pjayed' hard in a running  ^anderers^efeatedMwo^Vaneouverteams=^from"Bnd=zone=to--en(Hsone.-   match  *�������***  -Brushwood-EarmsJ&Jiolding_a_horse-  show on May 16. All are welcome. For  more information call Trish Cramer at'  886-2160. -"*  WILDLIFE CLUB  Keith Simpson of The Canadian  Wildlife Club is on the peninsula doing a  study on the population and nesting habits  of the Great Blue Heron. Concern arose  recently over one of the birds found to be  contaminated with mercury in'the Powell  River area.  FIGURE SKATING 7  The Sunshine Coast Figure Skating  Association is holding its Space Fantasy 78  skating carnival at the Arena March 17 at  7 p.m. and March 19 at 6:30 p.m. Guest  skaters from the North Shore Winter Club  have been invited. Tickets cost $1.50 for  adults and 50 cents for children and are  available from Janet Trousdell at 885-2646.  Extra ice time during the week of March  -27-31-has provided the opportunity for a  Spring Skating school. For more in--  formation call Nora Robinson at 885-2984.  in separate games last weekend. Late in-tlhe first half the Chiefs found  The.Sunshine Golf and Country Club is. _ ���, Ajf-af et;play ,on -S^tu!?teytr March 4'   **  opeaim  they  needed  and   went  iring^riii^flheirl^tCT Twr^^-^  nearing  .nament. The playdowns are under way  and will run through the end of March.  Most of the major tournaments are held  during the active months from April U fchY  end of October.  ROD AND GUN CLUBS  The Sechelt Rod and Gun Club holds its  next meeting on March 9, 8 p,m., at the  clubhouse. Turn right off highway 101 at  Wilson Creek onto Airport road and drive  up to Gun Club road, which is the first road  to the" left. Follow Gun Club road down to  the clubhouse." '  The Gibsons Rod and Gun Club is  holding its next meeting March 8 at the  club house, located across from the  cemetery at the junction of Highway 101  and Lower Road. Both the Sechelt and  Gibsons clubs will be starting their  government C.O.R.E. programs in the  near future. This well established  program stresses gun handling and safety,  government regulations regarding the  taking of game," animal and bird identification and wilderness survival  orientation.  JUVENILE SOCCER  The juvenile Soccer League started  dPebruary 25 and Will run through the end  of   ApriK   Seven���teams���have���heen   srnnpi, SPORTS   organized, three in Sechelt, two in Gibsons A late note here. The Primary School  and two'in Roberts Creek. The age group is Soccer Tournament will be held on Friday,  from eight to ten years old and all are March 10J at Gibsons Elementary School,  welcome.  For  more   information _calLLMlQcal&chQolSuaK4ncluded4n-thi^eveotr-  Firefighters 3-2 in a tight, good-natured  game at Reserve Field in Sechelt. Both  Elphie junior boys  basketball team  ends season 12-3  The Elphinstone. junior bojre finished  their basketball season last'week by  competing in the Tri-Zone Tournament at  Notre Dame in Vancouver.  Elphinstone, -representing the Howe  Sound zone, lost to Notre Dame 82*45  Thursday and to Hugh McRoberts of Richmond 8145 Friday. The Gibsons team was  outclassed by Notre Dame, the eventual'  tournament winner, but came to within six  points of McRoberts early in the second  Half before fading. Gary Knowles had an  excellent tournament and scored 12 points  in each game.Cplin Risebrough was the  top Elphinstone scorer in the Notre Dame  game, with 15 pgjnts, and scored seven on  Friday.  Other scorers in the game against  McRoberts were Mike Partridge, 10; Joey  two goals.  In the" second half the Fighters"  tightened their ranks and positioned  themselves for the rebound goal off an  indirect kick. The Chiefs kicked back with  goaLnumber three through the Firefighter  goalie.  The Fighters answered with a run down  field for their second and last goal of the  day. Time ran out and the Chiefs took the  match 3-2. *  At Langdale Elementary School field  on Sunday, March 5, the Gibsons Wanderers clipped a 5-1 victory off the Vancouver Scandias.    "About time," shouted the Scandia  goalie as a teammate slammed in the first  goal shortly after the game started. But it  didn't last for them.  For much of the first half, both teams  went at it neck and neck, feeing .put each  other's weaknesses. Close to the halftime  mark, Wanderer Pete Cerney found the  hole in the Scandia's defence and tied it up  1-1.  In the second half the Wanderers  scored four more goals and appeared to be  walking away with the game. Scandia  MINOR HOCKEY  GENERAL MANAGEMENT  Parents - Coaches - Interested People  Tuesday, March 14th, 7:30 f  ~    Sechelt Elementary School ��� Open Area  There is a possibility that minor hockey may cease to exist next year because this  years' executive has resigned.  Jp#aja','Bflpd-y.ouj^uppoc.Wos=wgLl=Qs=peopla=a^^  giving advice, coaching, working on the executive or in any way.  If you are interested in seeing that minor hockey does continue, please comer  .  Z&OLaLSechelLEIementary-School   Tuesday, March 14th  Brian Bgtcher  Use "Times'Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy, Swap etc.  ft  GALES HOCKEY SCHEDULE  MARCH 11th & 12th  U.B.C.  unger, eTgmrtance-SuvegesrftverRob���bounced-back-imd-iiad-near-Tnisses-oir  Jonas, two, and Grant Gill, one. . three goals. Not good enough. The Wan-  - Elphinstone finished the season with a    derers kept what they'd earned and won  -reeordH)f-12-wins-and-three~losses; ;���the-dayr=Rick-erosbyr���   Changes are occurring,  watch the Times  c  for more information.  GAME TIMES:     Sat. &:3(J p.m.     Sun. 2IOO p.m.  ��AMI  *m  | * Put your messag�� into 4,000 homoi  ��� |15,000 roadar*|  in those .economical  ��� ������,��� spots. Your ad It always there lor quick  I reforonce , .. anytime!             -  "I. '          '  Sunshine Coast Business  Hera's an economical way to reach  4,000 homes (15,000 readers] every  week. Your ad waits patiently for ready  reference . .. anytirnel  I  I  I  I  I  '"V  & '  ���. 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"     885-2109  It Payb To Us��e'The Times'  I  *. 7.?::r4 .      .-.p-  ��� -���j >-i .,��  p/l-m*  >   'i\  f\.p    i��  ������-���'���-I-'*-  ���   ��� ... i  ���......'.v :.  Y  p..  I>��^��^yp^��^y.��^mp��,;^i��t^jyyy mnmigff^jlff)��^ffmtifmif^ imu^mmm^^^0p^mmM��Mm^l,w<���yt^ryu,.*^..��|q , j .    -gaiwuw*".*. 7-- !,�����.����� w~y#'��i����^j��Ml  mm���*<rw**��*f*��**n*l*f����  <����->���.. ��f*4>*^V',���m^*m^*m^'*l^>^^ S,  *\'  MVH\nA '  , *������ ^  //  i?  Page B-8           The Peninsula Times  __LWednesdayJMarefaXl&8-   Women's volleyball  exhibition set  The" Canadian. National Women's  volleyball team will play an exhibition  match in -the- Elphinstone -gymnasium,  Saturday evening, March 18. Their op-,  position will be the B.C. champion Mission  JunipjLMenls team.J[n^  the Mission team defeated the women four  "games to-two. Assistant coach of the  women, Merv Mosher, said that the  ~ Mission Men have a style similar to that of  the Cuban woman.  "Our girls were overwhelmed by their  powerful attack and aggressive blocking,",  Mosher said. He added, "this is the kind of  experience and exposure the National-  "SquadTTeedsV we'll take them when we  play ih Gibsons."   ���>  The teams will play a six game match.  1 In a preliminary encounter, the Sunshine Coast Sports Club Juvenile team,  composed of girls aged 18 and under, will  play the Junior Varsity team from U.B.C.  The.Gibsons girls defeated the U.B.CY  team earlier this year in Women's League  play in Vancouver and U.B.C. is anxious  for this re-match.  the_preliminary games are scheduled  to begin at 6:00 p.m., with the National  team match planned to start' approximately'?: 30 p.m. Ticket prices are:  dults $2.00 and students $1.00. Children  under school age will be admitted, free.  Tickets will be available in the Sunnycrest.  Mall, from members of the Sunshine Coast  , Sports Club, and at the door.  Please contact Robert Cotter for further information: Phone 886;7725.  Focus on fitness  A pattern for change is clear  ,This glorious���at the time of* writing  anyhow���weather, is filling the mind and  soul of every gardener with a burning urge  to- get-things-going-for-the new-growing-  year that seems to be right on our doorstep.  , A recent experience is some kind of a  commentary on us humans. In a garden  shop the cheerful greeting came, "Do you  think Spring is here at last?"  To which this, gardener could only  reply, "Good Lord, girl it's the first week  inFebWr-How^  By DIANE MacDONALD _  . Excluding motor vehicle accidents, the  live major, causes of death among North  American adults are hypertension,  "boring" task of spearing it with a digging Atherosclerosis, diabetes, chronic ob-  fork at about 10-inch intervals and six . structive lung disease and cancer. They  inches deep. No digging action .of course��� can be summarized by a critical review of  rjust-straight-ih-and-eut tOrallow-air-and���the~North-Arherican lifestyle;- lack^of-  water to penetrate to the root system.  Then will come the application of some 6-8-  6 or. similar balanced fertilizer. In some  cases, extra attention is needed particularly if the lawn has been seeded with  rye grass which does not "creep" and  where poor growing conditions -have  prevented "stooling out". Here the ap-  Fitnessisfun.  Try some.  panTictpacnan  icnan mWc  The illness  you'll.never see  coming. Get in  shape ��� and  don't give the  enemy a big  target.  waiting for Spring?" A few days later a  chance word Vith a fellow passenger in an  office elevator brought his brief mention of  three feet of snow in his Mortfreal garden.  Strangely the Montreal man seemed less-  distressed by his three feet of snow than  was the Fraser Valley girl that six weeks  after Christmas the arrival of Spring was  in doubt! ^  Anyway, most of us hereabouts have  our vegetable gardensHug wd"foe~limingr  done. Some have the broad beans and the  early peas in and also one supposses the  sweet peas. It is, however, this gardener's  opinion that these things will not hurt for a  week or two yet.  Meanwhile, how about all the odd jobs  that must be faced? First of all the lawn.  This winter was a little but hot much  tbughfer than the previous one and certainly tfyere are.signs of a early Spring.  (That statement made with all fingers  Tiuh/cr^ossedlTThe lawlf looksas always atr  this time of the year more than a bit  scruffy. The first job of course must be a  ~th7of(^b~faTim^'~wth���"^^eel~^ake���  surprising what that does -for its looks!  Then there is the all important matter  of air. The ligfyt sandy soil here does not  encourage that problem but ivhere coveSr  has been brought in from outside it is often  heavy with, much clay in it. Grass must  have air to grow so take a good look, and if  action appears to be indicated tackle the  an inch or so��� of top soil or even peat  moss is followed by "over seeding" to fill  up the thin and bare patches. Before all  this is done it might be a good idea to take  a pass over the area with the lawnmower.  It is noted in last year's diary that this was  done in the first week in March.  Now is the time to do something about ���  the marsh crane fly, or leather-jacket, the  daddy-long-legs of our childhood.  If dead~" patches of���"grass "raise-  suspicions make a test with a-7little)  gasoline poured on a small area-to- iee if  exercise, addiction to a high calorie���high  fat diet, abuse of alcohol and tobacco. No  mention is made of the personal and  family suffering that accompanies the  victims. You can't pull your shades, and  hope it.won't touch on your life. The pat-,  tern for change is clear but the decision to  act must be left with the individual. -  -The-following-articles are the third and-  fourth in a series describing the five major  diseases afflicting North American adults  today. ,  Chronic obstructive lung disease,  C.O.L.D., is the term which describes a  'chronic history of symptoms. Chronic  bronchitis and emphysema are perhaps-  the most familiar forms of the disease. It  is thought to be caused by an impaired  defence mechanism in the lungs due to  virus -infections or inhalation-of toxic -  ('pollutants. Symptoms cover a variety of  'complaints. You may.become short of  the grubs come to the surface. Thisjis.the"^h^ath,havea'smoker'scough', wheezing  only, time to do this and the larvae^ arV -Jj* *nbrning headache if you suffer from  -������������'          -   *(��p.L.D.  Treatment includes drugs, antibiotics,  instruction in effective coughing to help  drain and clear the lungs and for those who  smoke, advice to give up the habit. Emphasis is on physical retraining to allow  suffers to walk and climb a few stairs. One'  furiously busy at their fell work of  devouring grass roots as they eat their  way to maturity. Once they emerge as  flies the damage is done. If the grubs show  at all, treat the whole area with a  solutions of-one once of Diazanone to a  gallon of water or Vk pounds of the    =granular-D^per-=1000=sqHfr-Use=a^  gasoline as possible���first because it kills cycle of avoiding exercise because it  the grass and second because it is darned causes discomfort which in turn decreases  >.       s . the Body "tolerance to exercise  sumption* of cigarettes by ,men. This  tradition is changing however, and the  number-of-w<Hnen-smokerS'is-on-theriseY  ��� What is the effect of smoke and industrial pollutants on your lungs? Inhaling  foreign tnatter can damage the bronchial  passages (airways leading to ttie lungs) so  "thatrthey are unabletoremwTp'articIes^df ~  dust, smoke or pollutants. These irritants,  are then ablfe to find their way into your'  lungs where they do further damage. A ���  sppecific cause of emphysema (larger than  normal air sacs in the lungs) has not been  isolated but cigarette smoking is high on  the list of suspects. Relief is sought  through the use of bronchodilators that  reduce inflammation and administering  oxygen during severe attacks. Your doctor  is the person to'see if you suspect you have  any of thfe symptoms of lung disease.  DIABETES  Unlike chronic obstructive lung  disease, Diabetes produces no initial  symptoms: Awareness of the hereditary  factors and regular checkups are  currently the only means for early  diagnosis: '   A chronic pituitary disease, diabetes  involves glands (adrenal, pancreas and  thyroid) and_organs (liver-and kidneys).-  By the time symptoms appear the disease  The  is usually well established and brings with  it a lowered resistance to infection.  ~���Treatment-(there-is no known cure)-  includes instruction to avoid undue nervous strain, a combination of drug therapy  and insulin injections and advice to give up  the smoking habit due to the threat of  Tieart and Blood vessel disease.  This  ..treatment when accompanied by.a  beneficial diet and exercise program  permits the diabetic to follow a near-  normal daily life.  THERE MUST BFAN  EASIER WAYr  Check lights regularly.  -expensive:���-���\ :  Then there is the cold frame. 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'* inmii^i-.iityijiii^y, '';��**^';V,��'^i��tfwl!4HM.>iii<%iialil)iiri: '; r\^^^;,^^ri:l'"TgffKlffii''TiT7-yri��g.;^lllrarmn?^8gS5s;  *+*,��� i, ��,, Vi"*-* M.\m^^,mirm^*mi^W*''*mmmm^  IHIWW   �� p .mm ,,m\mm*\^MmAmm*<, **   **<*r*m*m+***mmmmm\m,t.*^^  (for you) 885-5111  milTH-H��H ���*�����  * wiw^wipWiPK-tJiMm ij  '4  M (au^Acrt-tSMaiap-n *t *f��  .   gn**��>*��f*��*-"IMaM * ^r^"-!^ T^flB-ip**'*'  '      .*> I  y{ <s y ,\  11 ,i"i,h'  ^^...  n-.*-> '  mm^^mmwim*^mi*'^^m^*��^mmm4-^  vvt^mimmmm^mmmv*  y     0       ' ��� >     *  ��  ^&t*M4.ym*mm^*-:m*'>**f*  ��ctpjM-��*VfV if -wpfp*-->i ip'  *V'l  .�����,". (I .t'.  ^ !-!����,ij-.*����!(pfWftW*���**0% i*l��tl AHWP  *  f^'p  ���I , 7 ���A  V  \  \  J  etarded childrens group   is looking for new home  ^Gibsons aldermph looking for jrsite^Kere'you fit in," said Planning Com-  where the Sunshine-Coast Retarded mittee head Ted Hume. T<Certainly, we  Childrens' Association can build a per- won��t forget you."  manent workshop. Hume sairJ. ^ would be-difficult to  The workshop is now housed in a local pr0vide the group withlaifd available near  school on Saturday afternoons. the new swimming pool as that area is now  An association spokesman asked zoned recreational.  -aldermen-February-21-to^eitheirdonate~  ...      .  ....        .   __       -_,_,, However, he said, a parcel there could  -land for a budding or lease property to her be rezoned for ^association if there were  ' OTganaation. She said the group had sufficient pubic support foFthe move."  almost enough funds to start construction ��������� 1  but, if forced to iise the money to buy a Your Heart Fund dollars fight car-  site, the building could be delayed for diovascular illnesses, Canada's biggest  several years. health enemies. February is Heart Month  "We'll have to go over our land and see in Canada.  GIBSONSMMAYpRJLornJBl^ne,_regional board-last Wednesday. The  flanked by Aldermen Lawrence two governments reached an  Trainor, leftKand Lorraine Goddard, agreement-iri-principle for Gibsons  right, manages a tight smile during participation in the district's  the sometimes tense, but ultimately recreationHrefer^dumr  friendly,   negotiations   with  the    -  The Peni��sula7����^  Sechelt council wants talk with Killam  NEW NUMBER  HOMEMAKER SERVICE  Sunshine Coast Community Resource Society  4MMM0MMM  Secttoff-C ~  Wednesday, March 8,1978  ~r~    IiTTiMMh������  Pages 1-4  _^_.  after  ^an 'unusual' admission  A 26-year-old man who claimed police    Cairns $400 on the impaired charge and    Aterman Morgan��Thompson. Committee  "dumped" on him during his arrest last    $250 for refusal \o blow. ' ��we have to make our t  Sechelt CounclTmembers~decided last absen5e~l^Haroid Nelson, who is on  Wednesday to  ask  developer Hayden holiday, volunteered to contact Reg  Killam to meet privately witii them prior Smeers regarding his request for a gravel  to the March 15 council meeting to make, jogging path around Hackett Park,  one further-effort-to sort out the two Alderman Frank Leitner expressed his  parties' longstanding zoning dispute. opposition to installation of such a path.  Killam is scheduled to appear before1       Council approved���a���request for  council March 15 regarding the matter, reservation of the Hackett Park tennis  Council also voted last week to advise courtsjor school use from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.  Killam-that-the-village would not be Wednesdays until the end pf June,  responsible for any difficulties which ,  might arise with a section of storm drain AL.,'.! |^   _   >���  which Killam haslnstalled adjacent to his wHMSZIlldS flGduSY"  new-commercial-residential complex on        u '        * _  Dolphin Street. - TlltlllAr   IJAVC  "We   were   supposed   to   have   a    ��� ������������MVl    mWnj9  discussion on this, and, the next-thing we -   .Carl Chrismas of Sechelt last week was  knew it was being installed," complained named chairman of the 1978 Timber Days  mmm^mmmmmm  R-. vra p-'ki ��' -A? ??'-.<  liYtp*?' * A~/',"X%>.     / \ ,   yw-W'  B^Baa&iWawwii rEn supplies u-����ita��.  mmmmmm.  LETS GET GROWING  Spun? Sfieciafa-  STEER MANURE  -40 Ib. bag-TY.TY.7r77T777T  DOLOMITE LIME  40 lb. bag   ^...  49l  $199  ighis  ed^We  . _    , position clear       He reported that plans for the Loggers  -November-was convicted "Wednesd&y,of        In  a  separate  case,_ Richard  Un- that   if   anything   happens,   it's   his   Sports had been established in previous  impaired driving and of refusal to lake a derwood, 17, bf Hopkins Landing was responsibility," Thompson said. "There, years so well-that no problem was e?i-  breathalyzer, test. \^ g|ven_a^ conditional- discharge-and-six . was certainly nothing whmg with the first���pected in that area this year. However,  Charles Cairns had pleaded innocent to\months probation for possession of 300or 400 feet he put in, and I don't expwt_volunteers to work on other aspects of the  both  charges  before  provincial court marijuana. During-his-probationary anything to go wrong with this, blip'think   celebration are urgently needed.  Judge Ian Walker. . periooMJnderwood was ordered noMo we~ should make our positions clear." Th^next1^tinlTOlOTday7Marciril7  WHEELBARROWS  All Assembled  2Y2cu.ft. .tt   *18"  WC RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  Giving-evidenee���at-Gairn^s-traih���possess-narcothis-and not to be in the  Gibsons's RCMP-Constable Ed Teichreb  testified he'had stoppped Cairns late in the  evening of November 10 as he drove a blue  van into the parking lot of the Gibsons's  Legion.  Cairns, said the officer, became antagonistic and, at the detachment, had to  be forcibly handcuffed and placed in a cell  where he spent the night.  ��� When the breathalyzer demand was  made, Cairns began swearing loudly at the  operator and refused to take the test, said  Teichreb.* , ���  jGUving-evidence-in-his-own-defeneef  company of anyone using drugs.  In other council business, Alderman . at 7:30 p.m. For more information,'contact  Joyce Kolibas, acting as Mayor in the   the*Sechelt Village office.  -U^irns-said-he-hadnirunk-^-niinimum-of  eight beers at the Cedars Inn before going  on to the Legion.  , He said he refused to take the  breathalyzer test because he wanted to see  a lawyer first and because "in my opinion  Constable Teichrib used excessive'force"  during the arrest. 7  While walking from the police car to the  detachment office, Cairns claimed,  Teiqhreb "dumped on me'!.  Questioned by Walker, Cairns said "I  was down on the ground" and that there  was no apparent reason for the alleged  force. "I swore at him ahd toldlujn.I.'was,  not resisting arrest.V  Cross-examined by Crown Prosecutor  Eric Chesterley,  Cairns said he was  . "positive" Teichreb was responsible for  the incident but was unable to say how the  officer may have caused the fall.  ���Rejecting Cairn's defence, Walker  said, 'Tm satisfied there is ample  evidence you're guilty of impaired  driving. There is the admission, which Is  unusual In a case of this kind, that there  was a large consumption of beer."  Walker also refected, Cairn's excuse  that he refused to take the breathalyze^ as  there was no lawyer present. He fined  Christian Science  "He that loveth his brother abldeth in  the light, and there Is ntoe occasion of  stumbling ln him," (1 John 1: 10),  Great assurance for every dayi  Mpry Baker Eddy writes, "Lovo Inspires, Illumines, designates, and loads  tlio way." (Science and Health with Key to  the Scriptures, Page 454).  EAVESTROUGHS &  GUTTER MAINTENANCE  ���a  11., -.p..  A  P. ICTflM PD A ET  IrUalUlfl vllflrl  PRODUCTS  ,      885*2992  Cloanlng & Repairing  -mmmmJmMm  ' ,.'u<!y,.), ���  m  <*����� iYHyy.,  l^t^L-KA^r*^  '��x^'"yX>'Ar.y--X~.  pu^,.* 'V'��p'^^Y-i'/'.^^r^p."  "VK  p.vY'V.V.VXY  "���'**"������' pP  - 1  **  ���.   ��W&m*0 ����+it!��*��&V)b*fr%%  r  )H  r   111 p  ,./-  f>rt**>  .�� (Mi��i**jii*M m * k-Wf #*�� "** ���*  **!**   "  j.-junmHiM>H��<lik'^* fyv*f> *^-p,(W<��t*^slli����**lW��lfW^Pli^*B^ rtsW fip-*SWW��WMlMy^;W*B^W��M'l*"l��  *v,f     ^     )   V  - -1-.* '****nty&  mf��***t  : A   I ���YV  ���71  Page 02  The Peninsula Times1  Wednesday, March 8,1978  &  The winner of our Fairytale  Contest is SUSANNA  BARRETT, age 7T  Roberts Creek.  _i_ _ Andhere is herstar^  and drawing.  Thank you everybody who sent in stories and drawings this time. It  was hard to.choose from them. So we will print some this week and  some more next week. It is a shame we cannot print the colors of the  drawings, they are all so bright and colorful.  Here is the best drawing���and the winner is MICHAEL FOSBERRY, age 7, Roberts Creek.  - iM. "mat"3m&&.. W   Mpm^r , amd'.f��tV*r-.  -Si? . atstiltejkt .^e.   -      ~     :  ��� ' ^      ���       .     u   J?1gl_floLJly._ .jftfiAte.^W..���^cir��^-ai���ail    _VgtI [jut.���\l^/7-^ke.^v^it  iW. lodUA        <M��niL. 5ixd(t0yjL��    .sher ifiw the draQ<y)   aM.k-ru   SQE^dL. All J&    poapW    ffyg    siaitedL   nf    mi   QJ)A X  cW? fave_  yotA   cart   AsjsfrW'^Q      ^l   pnntcv^   W "W* ^<r��yw_'.U^  &JL   .JiUhASftlMiABEEl  teX  The Dragon with Bfue and Green Byes  Once upon a time there was a dragon and it was a terrible dragon. It  wrecked a kingdom. It had blue and green eyes. The eyes were so  bright. The men of the king could not see because the dragon's eyes  were so bright. Only the princess was saved.  This drawing was done by Debbie Arnold, age 7, Roberts Creek.  Unlikely is this person it seems.  but it is not so for I know this pet-son well,  -many things are to her dislike and her tastes differ much from most others>  north stars, adidas or disdainful old boots most wear,-   this one likes fancy slip-ons, polished and shining,  blue jeans, faded and made up in disgusting ways are not liked by one,  only fine corduroy and other does she wear to school, not jeans,  she does not think as some,  who think it's smart to drink .till 2 am  or smoke so much that they_cannot do without,  who put. up fights and arguments just for attention's sake. \   -*he<)oes-not believeinrso^caHsc^"cooinike nearly all else do, i  trying to be individual is her goal, .  not to be brainwashed as most.  i  This week's crossword winner Is TANYA TYMCHUCK, 7, of  Sochelt. (Come by the office for your prize). Thanks to Dean  and Cathy and Vince and Shauna and all you others. To have a  chance to win next week, fill In the Rainbow Crossword and  send It to BOX 310, SECHELT. Be sure you get It to us by  Saturday. Good luck I  Melissa Walker, Chatelech  CROSS  ���(?���  Princess April  Princess April was a very pretty Princess, She had lovely blue eyes and  "long brown hair. She lived in a very bi$��castle with guards all around.  But she was not happy for she had no one to play with. She had a lot of  games but she had no one to play them with her. Her mother and father  gave her everything she wanted, but they couldn't give her anyone to  play with. One day as Princess'April was walking up the mountain at the  back of her castle she heard a loud, low noise. "It's the dragon of all the  mountains!" she thought.  She was just about to turn and run-down the hill when she saw him. He  had huge claws and teeth and long blue and green hair. Princess April  turned aroundandran down the mountain, but she tripped on her dress  and fell on some hard Ice. She went sliding down the mountain much  faster than before, Suddenly BUMP. She hit a rock. She was not hurt so  she Jumped up and started to walk home.  By the time she wa^ home It was 7:00. Her mother and father were,  worried. As she walked Into the castle everyone was asking, "Where  were you? Where were you?"  When she had eaten her supper and told everyone where she had gone,  i she was told that her mom and dad had another girl for her to live with I  THE END ,".���"',' '"  ...,.    ;-  A'. by Shanl Graham, Ago 9, Olbsons  By Kelly Fitzgerald, age 7, Roberts Creek.  ni-  W/^p^Tj^y:  Ssyr.pfki&sy. ofi- The  .-Qhce.   .UpOti    7   .CV-,   T/M<?   . . Here  ~ ~~~&Wo.': x - had. r:rib~.��ai^_-r^ft.g7  '. (Ijl) 'pte-:-Qp   - rW.-r~Efc&���-jot'.'. lost* 1U  T'jdTVJkjms"coujf" not   yf)rd   jb So* ih$._. stoppol.  ...JoQkihJl Set" - - if: - -& ���" SLe.'. hixd. J5T.." c fits." '.   .  ".dfl4'.. s/^e     QDiA \d.'.. 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Namo  it'~-i.!f*&ifi#.f"! i��*fpfWmPrtW* i W'p  ���',"���.; Ji>1 XnXi:,  _%.*$     ij*. i-WBWJ'i*-'1^-**   i"  A0O . ��� . , ^. . . ��� . . ��� . . . . . , , t . , '���������> .', ������<��� ������  ��� T' "���'" nJ<*P*' to Bo*' ardi s��tlMilt.* ;������*��� *** ���"  '        . .     rl     ������ '' * '  I t  \p  mm>mmm  w*  VA  CRUNCHY TAC0S  You Noodi  pockago of taco iholli  1 Ib, ground moaf  1 onion A 1 groon poppor  lottuco  3 tomatooi  1/2 ttaipoon ial!  1 toaipoon garlic  1 tobUtpoon ch|ll powdor  "'I*��i��^"wcifwu'"  1/4 to l?>v|b. chooi*  Cut up tho onion and flroon poppor. Put thffm In a frying pan with ground moat and ulr till   Ihoy'ro>rpwn��dp Add tho iall, garlic, chill pttwdor and wator. Whon It comoi to a boll, turn  ���^���th^lwqHhwrrn^-e-tld*^  .r put )bo (pw iholli In ��ho ovon (lol ot about 330 (Jogroi) (ill lhoy'r�� worm. Chop up Iho  l,ottuco and tomatooi qnd grato thochooio. Thon, put a fow ipooniful of tho moat mlxturo  Inlo^ach iholl, Put tho choppod lottuco and tomatooi on top of th,at. Then on tho vory fop,  'P"1 th"0rrt!#^,cho0g#<.Th*y'r^ab"m������ytp��ot,t>ulth��ytoiot��gr/iKitl ,.    -*   ,      7- ,  <*---~m-~-------m-----~-----'<<    ' | || | "���-t���rr.,Tl.. I'liiuiim.',     7'Y,  y.mh":mm&Ti  mimm*'"-  HIDDEN ANIMALS  mwmsjvtn^x-rx:'  \  There ore six animals hidden In this forest -* unscramble the  wprds and find out what's hiding,  ���*rs  1'  ��i r, ��� 1  ,   '#$1,  'X.' ",'p.  XFO  B A R 1T B  r ll ir% '���?  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'  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SAIES& SERVICE  hnfrffr  IN THE  ���#  OF SECHELT  385-9816   Admiral  Ask about our  "Packago" doals.  <S2> MarK of Quality  APPLIANCES ft TELEVISIONS  Does Your Club or Group Beport  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  .4a**W*^*p'*^ jpi^*WI*4B*p.  m,  ���t.-\  BriaMMMMM  Village of Seclielt  NOTICE  '    'l     '' * '  Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 180,1978  A public hearing will be hold on March 22, 1978 at 7:30 p.m, In tho  Sonlor Citizens Hall on Mormald Strdet, Sochelt, at which any  porspns who doo,m tholr Intorost In prpp^rty affoctod by the  proposed bylaw, shall' bo afforded an opportunity to be board on  mattor8��contalnod-ln..tho��bylaw,    ., ..        .,-      ^ .,^;yj.7w  Tho bylaw proppsos to roxpne Lot C, Block 7, PIMrlct Lots 303 and  304, Plan )7083, lying wost of Trail Bay Mali, from Rosldontlal 1 to  CommerclaM to facilitate ah extension of Trail Bay Mall,  .    *        .   . - ��^M?^ltol��lli'��ltKPHrStiiif^l(l^  Tho bylaw may bo Inspoctod during offlco hours at tho Municipal  -    Hall, on Inlot Avenue, .,  A A   7 .   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Library & Information,  Mar, 9 ~- Bingo, Ponaor Harbour Community Hall, 8 pm.   .  Mar, 9 ������ Socholt Hospltal'Auxlllary Mooting, St, Hilda's Hall, 2 pm.  Mor.lO*- Sonlor Citizen* Drop inrWllson Cresfc Community Hall," 2*4 pmr*-  Mar, 11 ��� "Ponny Plain, Twoponco Colorod" ��� display of Victorian Toy  Thoatro c>f oarly 1800s, Elphlnstono Plonoor Musoum, Olbsons, 9 am-3  pm,      "  ��� ���  Mar, 11 '������ Brldgo, Ooll Club, 8 pm, Evoryono Wolcomo.  Mar, 1 \ r~ NOP Ronowal Day, Most Your Candidate, In Socholt 12-6 pm,  Ph. 806-2804 lor Info,  Mar, 11 ��� "Dick Whittington and His Cat" a musical play by tho Pondor  Harbour Thoatro Group, Pondor Harbour Community Hall, 8 pm,  Mar,'12 ��� "Dick Whittington and His Cat", Gibson* Elomontary Gym, 2:30 '  '"''���'"ptTt. .....     -  ...'���...������.,. .,-������,��� -..������.  Mar, 13 ��� Roborts Crook Hospital Auxiliary Mooting, St, Aldan's Hall, 11  ��� am, '��� '  Mar. 13 ��� Carpot Bow|lng, Sr, C|tl*ons Hall, Socholt, 1:30 pm.  Mar, 13 ���* Wilson Crook Community A*sn Mooting, Community Hall, 8 pm,  Mar,  13 -��� Hallmoon Bay Rocroatlon Commission ,Mor)|l,)|y���MPflt,lnfl,,,  '   Wolconio Boach Hall, 7:30 pm."  Mar, 14 ~-- Toon Contro Drop-In, Wilson Crook Scout Hall, 7i3Q*9s30 pm.  Mar, 14 -*"* Brldgo, Ooll Club, 1 pm, Evpryono Wolcomo.  Mar. 14 ������ Totrahodron Ski tlub Mooting, Roborts Crook Elomontary  ,   -Schpol, 0 pm, s  ,Mbrr7^"DlWWKIHIngf6ivln<IHirCa��" musical play'by Pohdiir Hdrbmlr "  ThoalfO'Group, Socholt Elomontary Oym, 8 pm, ,  fV\ar, 17 -r, Sunnhl'ntf Coait Arts Council Garoflo Salo,,to bonofIt llio how art 7,  contro, St, Hilda's Hall, 10 anv4 pm, (l  Mar, 18 �����Bingo, Wolcomo Boach Hall, 8 prnt  Socholt Flguro Skating Ay'n, Ico Carnivql at tho Arona, March 17. 7 pm R  ^^^a}'^g|^ffipfe''^P'>'pf'tt''''''t^  tJSrTHirSPACBTO PROMOTrTOUR OltOANlZATIOfr? IVENTS*  wiW!  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One of the most popular" 1978-79 school year,  During the first four days of operation,  1,052 people'-, used the'new Gibsons  swimming pool. "Per capita-wise, our pool  is breaking all the popularity records,"  head lifeguard Stan Phillips said last  week.  From February 25-28, 478 children, 389  periods, says Phillips, is the early morning  swim from 6:30 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. On  March 190 people took part in the, before-  breakfast exercise.  The  complex,  situated  behind  the  Gibson's  Winter  Club,   contains  three '  separate pools. -     S  Trivia buffs will be glad to^now that  the main pool measures 28 feet bj^dftfeet,  . is 3 feet,deep at the shallow end and 9%  feet under'the diving board. It holds 62,000  gallons of water which is kept at approximately, 80 degrees Farenheit.  The wading pool is 10 feet by 16 feet, 1  foot deep at the shallow end and 22 inches  at the deeper end- Water temperature is 90  degrees Fahreheit.  The swirl pool, with a maximum depth  of llk feet is 11 feet by 8 feet.  Hydro jets keep the 100 degree water  circulating as swimmers^ sit on" built-in  benches^-   / ~\.  The building's other facilities include a  . lobby with floor to ceiling windows per-.  S fitting   a   view   of  all   three   pools,  changerooms with lockers, an office area  and a mechanical room which houses the  boiler.  The village has published a schedule of  swimming times which-will be in effect  until !lune_30. w  >"���~     OTTMonday, Wednesday and Friday  members of the public can join the "Early -   Bird'_!_iwim_between 6:30 a.m. and 8:30  a.m. Other public hours include a noon  swim on weekdays from 12 p.m. until 1 -   p.m. and from 3:30 p.m.-until 5 p.m. The  pool is.also open "to the public during_the  week from 8 p.m. until 10 p.m. except from  Friday nights when this time period is  reserved for teenagers. There is public  swimming from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. on  Fridays.  Oh Saturdays the morning is reserved  for special programs, but from 1 p.m. until  10 p.m. the pool is open for general use.  From noon until 2 p.m. on Sunday the pool  is reserved for family use but is open to the  general public again.from 2 p.m. until 8  p.m.  "Only adults may use the facilities from  8 p.m. until 10 p.m.  During the remainder of its open hours  the pool is reserved for swimming lessons,  special parent and child sessions," keep-fit  classes and school children.  One of these special programs is the  Friday teen only session. Records will be  played over the P.A. system and swimmers may play water polo, tag or just  swim a few laps. During the parents-and-   ^.tots_swim^parenls_are_encouraged_to-  familiarize their child with water.  Babysitting can be arranged.  Admission to the pool fqr children  under 13 is 50 cents. Teenagers 13 to 18 are  ~���nftargeclT^bYeg^^  persons over 65���50 cents. The noon swim  costs 50 cents for ail ages and during the  family swim the $1,50 charge covers all  ,   family members.  Lifeguards will also be offering Red  ,. Cross programs from Beginning to senior  levels. The programs consist of 10 lessons,  twice a week for five weeks. The first  Until June 23 students will have access  to the pool for a totaU>f 146 hours spread  over 73 days. r \  All grade five students from Gibsons,  Langdale, Cedar Grove, Roberts Creek  and Sechelt elementary schools will be  given Red Cross instruction in 40 minute  sessions during 10 consecutive. school,  days.  Thirty -elementary students will be  assigned an insturctor.  Elphinstone students will make use of  the pool during their regular P.E. classes.  Pool time will also be set aside for  students from the Sunshine School and  Pender Harbour although it is expected  students from the northern end of the  peninsula will have regular use of the  Pender Harbour pool when it is completed.  Students from Bowen Island will  continue to use West Vancouver pools.  Teachers receive  t.  six percent hike  The Sechelt Teacher's Association and  the school board have formally ratified the  1978 wage contract for local teachers.  STA President Doris Fuller and school  board Chairman Don Douglas signed the  Anti-inflation Board approved document  on February 23. .  The contract gives teachers a six  percent raise during -1978. -  The pay scale forrsubstitute teachers  will rise from $35 to $37.66 a day.  Of the total of all. life insurance owned  by Canadians, half is '.'participating",  where policyholders receive an annual  refund on premiums called a "dividend".  Hello dere, fellow square dancers, just  ���a-line-or twotoday to-let-you-kriow-that-I-  ���am-stillardund1;own^venthough44iaimjL-  problems last Friday night on the callers'.  dias . Yes, the three sets of square dancers!  were in top form, but I did notice that they  were not dancing the calls that I thought I'  was producing, or maybe I wasn't calling  what they were dancing. However, if one  was to judge the amount of fun that they  "liad by fhe amount of noise on the floor,  then everyone had a great time.  Harry and Joan Stuchberry are back  from their holidays and it shure is great to  have them back on the floor with us. Joan  said that they did quite a bit of square -  danping while away, about four nights a  , week. I would say that this is what you call  a perfect holiday.  ~.    Well, as you will notice, this is onejjf  . my shortest~column57~asTtoHay being  Saturday, March 4, The Country Stars and  the  beginner  class is  heading for  a  beginner square dance jamboree at the  ' Gladstone School in Vancouver, so more  on this next week, as I have to get ready to  catch my ride. So see you next week, same  Penn. Times, same place. Have a good  day. Adios amigo.  Having an Easter Party for the  youngsters? Why not get our Turbo Train,'  with eight chocolate eggs gently riding  alongror a bag of Foil-wrapped Goodies,  all from Laura Secord, ��� MISS BEE'S,  SECHELT.  ^ Maple Leaf r-   y  CANNED HAMS  $099  1 1/2Ibs.  2  Sun-Rype, Orange or Grapefruit,  ||j||tr Unsweetened  JUIOfc 48 fl.oz   m  Taster's Choice  INSTANT COFFEE  $C98  8oz.  5  Heinz  MIXED   rlvKLtd   32fl.oz.  *1  09  ���5 *rrf**-m.    *" * ..  Yv   - - 'YYV- Y'7 -,*"'"-*  Vh>/;^&2w< i. i 'jimffiv: *,&&*  (>-y'-4  V!  Green'Giant, Summer Sweet  PEAS  14 fl.oz.  39  Peek Frean  BISCUITS  15 oz. bags.  99  cl  Campbell's  TOtWTO SOUP ���,, ���  2/85  Green Giant  CREAM CORN  14 fl. oz.  39  West  MARGARINE  3 lbs.  '1  49  Green Giant  MEXIC0RN  12 fl.oz.  49  THERE MUST BE AN  EASIER WAY.  Check lights regularly.  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  UNITED CHURCH  Rev. AnnetteM. Reinhardt       886-2333-          9:30 am ��� St. John's, Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m. ��� Gibsons '  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Davis Bay Road at Laurel  Davis Bay  Sunday School .. 7........,'.. ,9:45 am  .looming Service  7 ...... 11 :Q0,am  Evening Service .......;..... .7:00 pm'  Wed. Prayer and Bible Study  Phone 885-52%  "non-denominutionul"  Pastor'Clifford McMullen  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and" Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m. (except last Sunday in  month at 12:30 p.m.) Wed. Evenings,  7:30.  All in St. John's' United Church,  ' Davis Bay.  _JPhone^8j^5J1_88fu^882^SM249  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rcv.T, Nicholson. Pastor  I  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  8:00 p.m. Sat, eve. at St. Mary's, Gibsons  8;30 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes,���on the  Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. at the Holy Family Church in  . Sechelt    .  12 nobn at St. Maryjs Church in Gibsons  OMBUDSMAN  The Province of British Columbia offers a challenging position to a  qualified person, Interested In personal and public affairs.  The role of the Ombudsman Is to Investigate any bona fide complaints or  concerns submitted by the Legislative Assembly, any of its Committees, a  pefson or a group of persons. Tho Ombudsman may act when other rights  of appeal or review open to a complainant have been exercised or expired.  Tho Ombudsman may conduct hearings and may obtain Information from  such persons as necessary. The Ombudsman Is authorized to review complaints or concerns against Ministries of Government, any Government appointed person, Board, Commission or Authority; Crown Corporations;  Municipalities; Roglonal Districts; Schools, Colleges and Universities;  Hospital Boards; and Governing Bodies of Professional and Occupational  Associations established by Act,  Tho person solocted will'be responsible to tho Legislative Assembly,  -reportlngelther by special-reports or annual reportson tho activities of the  Ombudsman offlco, This Is a new position, requiring tho candidate to bo a  person with seasoned judgomont, Infinite patience, compassion, Iff  , dependence, and a person effective In doallng wlth-Admlnlatratlvo Bodies,  Crown Corporations, and various lovols of local and Provincial Government.  Initially, Iho Incumbont will be responsible for staffing and structuring the  administrative procedures of tho offlco, Tho Ombudsman shall bo doomed  , q-Poputy Mlnlstor for purposos of tho application of tho Public Sorvlco Act.  7 Applicants should have a record of accomplishment and should have  demonstrated administrative and communicative skills, with proven ability  to communlcato with the public, olthor Individually or In public Information  forums.      ���  The compensation pacKogo la vory attraetlvo and will reflect tho sonlor  nature and tho responsibility of the position.  Ropllos will bo treated In confldonco. Full details of qualifications and oo-  cupatlonal oxporlonco should bo forwarded prior \o March 31,1978,19: v  --<���-���- ���v- ~Mfc;H6Mrd^ioyfrMX -A,iz^A,���.,,A, i .���.���.y...~ :,..���.,���  Socrotary, Spoclal CommltjooJpr the  AppdlhtmohrdfO'm^^ ���   ���" ' ' .  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