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 *fe  "^-TN.  ���     7       s p-tv   . , .      ......  Serving Ibe Sunshine,Coast. (Howe Sound .to jervis Inlet), deluding Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing. Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork,' Sec'helf. Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb , Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine-s Landing, Earls Cove. Egmont  LARGEST READERSH1P-QF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16���N6.16  A 'very  B^ JEANIE NORTON  Robert James Shannon, 29, last week  sat passively in an Assize courtroom in  Vancouver and listened to five eyewitnesses testify that he is the man who shot  to death William Graham Black in Roberts.  very  about 10 days before the shooting, said  Grauer.  After his return, Shannon told him  things had not gone well in South America,  something more-than his.22 as a defense  against Shannon.  Black was "offhand" about-the matter,  said Taylor, but Lesley became upset.  Wednesday, March 22,1978  swaggering into Black's upstairs office-  bedroom^ -���    ~  He said Black was seated at his desk  and paid little'attention to the gun. When  -Creek-on-November-U; 1976;   Seated inside a glassed-in box, Shannon  occasionally scribbled notes on a yellow  pad. Now and then he would reach for a  drink of water from a styrofoam cup on a  wooden ledge in front of him..  He is a good-looking man, neatly  dressed in a blue, open-collared shirt and a  ��� two-tone leather jacket. He displays' little  emotion for the nine-man, three-woman  jury which will decide his guilt or innocence on a charge of first degree  murder.  Nor did Shannon demonstrate much  emotion on Remembrance Day 1976,  testified Daniel Taylor of Roberts Creek  last Wednesday.  Shannon ��� then known locally as Shaun  McCord ��� was "very calm, very cool,  very collected" that day as he shot Black a  roofing contractor, with a high-powered  rifle, said Taylor.  Dal Grauer testified that he. Black.  Grauer said. Shannon called Black aa bad^Eaylor- said-when-jiELleftJhe couple they i Taylor'and Grauer were_ready to leave,  ^rtaer^ridjj^Ehislfic^Ho-saia-Black   werearguinip)eca^  ViqH Hocorfari him in Smith Amorion with a      Qhannnn'o "ri^Tr. tn V'annniiiTOi.'coi.iniicl'ir '       '' he. cr,tA  had deserted him in South America with a  bladder infection, said Grauer.  Black felt that the deal had fallen  through because of Shannon and thought  that Shannon owed him* a couple of  thousand dollars, Grauer said.'  Grauer said he had agreed, at Shannon's suggestion, to act as a mediator in  the dispute, but that no meeting between  the two had been set.  Taylor testified that on November 8 he  heard Black's wife Lesley tell Black that  Shannon had gone to Vancouver to have  the sights on his rifle set.  He said Black laughed and joked that  he  would have  to  arm  himself  with  Shannon's trip to Vancouver-seriously.,  Taylor said that the next "morning j-r.as  a "follow-through on Billyjs joke -r- he and  Grauer took Taylor's "rook gun" to  Black's house. He described the gun as a  .410 cartridge pistol. The gun' was not  loaded and,they took no ammunition, he  said.  Grauer said the gun wasn't to be taken  seriously. He said it couldn't kill anyone  except at close range and then only if a  vital area were hit.  Taylor said the gun was no bigger than  a .22 but it was "more menacing-looking."  Ue said Grauer strapped on the gun at  Blackts house and "played John Wayne,"  he said  Grauer and other witnesses testified  ;>that neither the rook gun nor any other  "weapon were accesible to Black at the  1 scene of the shooting  Grauer and Taylor both denied that  they had provided Black with the gun for a  showdown with Shannon. It was a "joke in  bad taste," said Taylor.  Taylor, said that on the mornin^after  . the shooting he retrieved the gun from  Black's filing cabinet because he thought  (it would look bad for Black if the weapon  were found by police.  He said he' took the gun home, but  ���See Page A-3  *  Taylor and five young boys, including  Shannon's five-year-old son, were working  on a pickup truck at Grauer's Glover Road  home at about 4:30 or 5 p.m. when Shannon  drove up in a green van.  After leaving the van and exchanging  greetings with Taylor ahd Grauer,  Shannon walked back to the van and  retrieved a rifle., Black was moving  abound' the open driver's door of the  picRHf), said Grauer, when Shannon raised  the rifle_waist high ahd fired.  Theftvindow of the .truck door was  shattered and Grauer said he saw blood  pouring from .Black's mouth. "Jesus  Christ, Shaun!" said Black, clutching his  chest.  He staggered a few steps, fell, got up  ��nd staggered a short distance across the  grass to bushes where he feli on one hand,  Oramgrjwgnt on. ���''���' : __  Taylor's. 13-year-old son Michael w,as  about two feet behind Black when he was  shot. Michael's face,was splattered with  blood and his hair filled with shattered  glass* ttie youth testified. ..   'V,  X Michael's brothers Christopher!,- ���%���* and '  Anthony; 10, were also witnesses to the  slaying. The three youths all gave unsworn  testimony last week. ���* - ���  Grauer said he and Taylor raft to  ' Shannon, begging him not to shoot again,  but  Shannon  muttered  an   obscenity,  reloaded his gun,' and fired again at Black.  wiichael saidTJIack's hair moved #t the  time of the second phot.  Shannon then said, "Make sure Justin  (his son) gets home," Taylor said.  Grauer said he rah over to Black, saw  that he appeared to be dead, then ran down  the driveway towards a neighbour's cabin  to use their phone.        ���---���-���v    As he ran past Shannon's van, Shannon,  .who was preparing to leave, said, "You're  going to call the*po|ice on me, aren't you?"  Grauer said he ^eplied/no, he was just  golng'to call an ambulance for Black.  Taylor's son Anthony said Shannon  . then returned to his van and drove away.  Taylor testified that just prIOr to the  shooting h-e had sprayed the carburetor  with ether and toldBlack to "give it a shot,  now" or 'Wrc it now", meaning to try  starting the pickup,       ..  According to testimony by Grauer and  Taylor, the shooting arose out of a dispute  over a South American drug deal.  Grauer said Shannon had told him he  ond Black were going to South America to  buy cocaine. Tho pair left tho area in  October, Block was gone about a month  , and Shannon returned two weeks later,  Easter closings  Schools on tho Sunshine Coast will close  March 23 for the Easter Break and will reopen April 3. ' ''  Durlftg that period there will he extra  ..���.HaUlnBa*.ouC.oLLang(lQio���.ftiKlJlQrBcahofl..^  Bay. Extra sailings will leave langdalo ut  2:30p.m.,6:30 p.m, and 8:50 p.m. Tho 7:15  p.m. miillrjg will bo dropped for theso dates  only, '  Out of Horaoshoo Bay tho 6:15 p.m.  sailing will bo dropped, but oxtra ferries,  will soil ut 1:45 p.m., 5:30 p.m. und 7:45,  This schedule is In effect only from March  23 to April 3 inclusive.  Tlio office of tho Ponlnsula Times will  bo closed on Good Friday, March 24, but  will resume normal business hours on Sat.  March 25, Adverting and editorial  deadlines will not bo affected by this  closure.  Thoro will bo no moll delivery on  March 24 and on Ranter Monduy March 27.  Sakinaw residents tell Hydro  they don't want the Cheekye line  By DENNIS FITZGERALD  A B.C. Hydro engineer was attempting  last Thursday night to convince a group of  , Sakinaw Lake property owners that the  proposed route of the corporation's 500  kilovolt Squamish to Vancouver Island  powerline would not seriously jeopardize  the serenity of their lake.  Tracing the path of the Cheekye  powerline on a projected aerial  photograph, his marker paused briefly on  a small white dot near the north-west end  of the lake.  "That^sjjwHc&bin! "shrieked a young  man -in-the- audience.  Steve Thorny whose family has owned  the now-threatened cabin since 1968, was  one of about. 17^ Sakinaw, Lake property  -ftwn^fA^^nfrnntiiTg^jteam7of-six Hydro  experts at Vancouver's John Oliver High  School.  The purpose of the meeting, according  to property owner Ivo Cargnelli, was to  follow up* on a similar gathering held in  January in Madeira Park. Cargnelli  described that meeting "as "totally unsatisfactory. ^ *'  ->x,  "It was unfair to Hydro and to ourselves. We didn't have a chance to express  our point of view. There was no chance for,  a two-way dialogue."  During the course of the, three:hour;  meeting last week, the property owners,  represented by a six-member steering  committee, argued that insufficient "attention had been given to aesthetic and  environmental''factors in selecting the  -powerline's  route  across  the  Sechelt;  ��� peninsula. --���-������ "���        e  While defending the Cheekye study, the!  - Hydro representatives said that possible'  .^underwater crossings of Georgia "Strait, ,  ;"iii.-luding some previously elemintated  dumping and the Department of Defense  operations.  "Whatever may be down there and  what that area may be used for is probably  going to preclude" that route.  ' Cyr described the Reception Point  crossing as "one of the best bottom  crossings in Georgia Strait and the most  economic route" for the Cheekye line.  Under his suggestion, the powerline would  follow the presently suggested course west  from Wdodfibre, crossing Sechelt Inlet  just south of Cawley Point. The line would  then jog south along Sechelt Inlet.  Ellis also stressed the importance of the  Cheekye line to-the Sunshine Coast. He  said the peninsula represents "one of the  fastest growing power loads in British  Columbia," attributable to ,the area's  residential and commercial growth rate.  TheXfieekye line, which would be tied  into the current powerline at a substation  ip Madeira Park, would also'jjrovide a  gower, backup in event of alfine-break-  JXET'SSEENOW..  . ." The usual and  were all  Sunshine  . this must be a.  the unexpected  there Saturday when the  Coast Arts Council held a  garage sale at St. Hilda's Church Hall  in Sechelt. Proceeds went to benefit  the Sunshine Coast' Arts Centre  building fund.  Recreation plan runs  into another problem  -Vt-  The Regional District's problematic  recreation referendum, recently swollen  by inclusion of the Gibsons swimming pool  and a new cost estimate for expansion of  the Sunshine Coast Arena, ran up against a  new stumbling block last Thursday-^hen  Area F, Director Bernie, Mulligan  threatened to pull his assessment-rich  _argaout of the proposal.  which previously totalled $720,350, now  "stands at $883,350.  The district's Parks and Recreation  Committee on March 6 added another  ;$60,000 to the earlier $l40,000,1)ill for the  Arena expansion. Inclusion of the Gibsons  pool raised toe capital cost of the package  by $80,000 and the operating deficit by  $38,000.  routes.'are "definitely under review" and^ltfhg' the present line's Thornbrough  that new findings could alter the proposed   Channel route, he said. ������.,,-      ?!���  MufiiiaTj^ost^-a-^d-t^clud^-the^^. A$lS,00Q:.allocation for,_the Sunshine  am** Pftint Part'* Hpht.��owi*ont0 in thoTCoast Arts Council" was dropped"fTom"tlie~  ���THAT'S OUR CABIN," yelled Steve  Thorn when a,Hydro engineer showed  a group of Sakinaw Lake property  owners the proposed route for the  .overland routes.  . Steering committee member Blake Cyr  said his group feels Beak Consultants, the.  firm which prepared the Cheekye proposal  for   Hydro,   had   eliminated  the   best  ���Georgia-Strait���crossing���a���route-from-  Reception Point, just, west'of Sargeant  Bay, to a location,near Lantzyille on  Vancouver Island.  His statement drew an admission from  , Beak representative John Richardson;  that the Reception Point crossing had been  ruledput notbecauseof Thormanby Reef,  as indicated in the report^ butbecause  three military ammunition dumping  grounds are located in that area of the  strait. ''.'  . Both the Canadian and U.S. navie^  have also used the area off the coast near  ParksviUe as an experimental warfare  zone, ho said.  Hydro project planning engineer Billy  Ellis told Cyr it "would be to everyone's  advantage If we could come down that  Cheekye powerline. It passes almost  directlyover Thorn's property. way" (from Reception Point).  .        K���������*������Hydro has asked Beack to study that  possibility in the next stage of the Cheekye  study, Ellis, said, ",but we still think that's  not going to bo viable becausO pf the ammo  Back to  you,  "I don't think anybody here is trying to  kid ourselves that the line will enhance the  area," said . Richardson. "We're just  trying to design it so it will have the least  impact.."  ���Ctommittee-member-Dr-Irwin Stewart-  argued  that  very  point,  however,   in  challenging Beak's weighting of environmental factors in* selecting the W-l  (Sakinaw, Lake) route.  He quoted from a report prepared by  anothe^'Hydro consultant, Ian Hayward &  Associates; in qpnnectiOn with a 1^  study on the Nicola-rCranbrook powerline.  That report stated that a 500 kv transmission line is "undesirable but feasible"  on "land with recreation capability, park  reserves, public water supply areas and  scenic highways,?' Stewart said.  He noted that the W-l route passes close  to Lyons Lake, an area designated for a  municipal water supply; that the proposed  32 acre substation site for the line Is now  under development by the Lions Club of  Madeira Park as a community park, a  project which received $50,000 in grant  monies- last year; and that the route  between  Sakinaw   and  Agamemnon  ���Sec Page A-S  ^proposal- after it was learned that a  "a'specifted area basis, that is,l)|7|^peftyji,seParate application for the funding has  tax revenues collected only,from A^ea' F*.   ^en made by the .Village of Sechelt.  Debt payment in the 1978 Regional District       Th(;total package now costs $805,000 in  budget is a ������little over $9,000. ' capital costs and about $78,350 in operating  _iArea-BJiirectorand-finance-committee   defidts. It is proposed that one-third of the  ���/.  chairman Peter Hoemberg questioned the  legiality of shifting the debti|burden as  Mulligan suggested, and ���after^ther.  directors rejected the proposal, Miiilligan  said he would take legal steps to keijp Area  F out of the recreation function, Inclusion,  he said, would subject the residents of his  area to*dbplelaxatiqhr' 7" T 7  "Area F will not participate in this  function," Mulligan sdid flatly.  Meanwhile, the recreational proposal,  capital costs be picked up by provincial  grants.  An annual "cushion" of $25,000, vvritten  into the previous proposal, has been  dropped.* Hoemberg later said that the  proposal will still fall under the previously  established tax ceiling of two mills  because of theincreased property  assessments in the district.  The committee ��� on March 6 also  priorized the projects in the package, a  ���Sec Page A-3  turns courts  over to tennis teacher  ...J.  Secheiralderrhan last Wednesday tqok  another stop in the continuing zoning  dispute with developer Hayden Killam,  voting to require him to confine his  lumber and building supplies storage to  vlllago Bldck F and Lot 25.  Killam is currently utilizing n portion of  the adjacent Block A for a storage oroa,  .,!���Although iKQjmQ^^.otthc,parcclsiircj;ori(fcl',  for lumber storago, according to council's  Intorprotatlon of tho village by-law,  aldermen Indicated that If Killam compiles with their directive, they would bo  willing to re-zone F and 2ft to legalize tho  storage. All three parcels aro currently  zoned Commercial."  Killam ran afoul of council last year  after ho moved his lumberyard onto Block  A in order to mako room for his residential  and commercial building now under  construction on Dolphin.  , Council contends thnt the lumberyard  constituted a non-conforming uso In tho  Commorclnl zono ana could not-bo legally  moved or enlarged within tlio zono,  Killam's'position Ih that tho Corn-  All poBtaJ facilities will also "bo closed pn   merclnl zone- does not - exclude him  jpp<>.^  Sechelt Council last Week voted to turn  over, the use of the village's two, tennis  courts for eight hours a week to a Van-  >!ft:*<f?p'*"��iH..��4  ''M^'^^''AmfMf._  those two days, Normal Saturday service  will be avallablo March 25.  Banks on tho peninsula will (Hay1 open  until fl p,m, on Thura, March 23j close  ^,Miu��hJW4U��d ^^udthon.r��^pqn-Micw��r  .March 27i11ptovw�� .MmBank plMontrfiwl  In Gibsons will be apefi for  normal  borynrds and that, In any caso, nldormon  were aware of hla, plans to move tho  lumber when a building permit wos Issued  for his building.     , ttjk  lumber storago off Block A after completion of tho vlllago sower flystcm later  it::'-',?if.,,;.  -to  "   ' 'rlday in Wost Socholt, Solma Park,   Killam if ho should refuse' to cooperate   hac^ by,   woll,   almost   everybody  with council. "~<^  .���.'���'���    V  V    during Chatoloch Junior' Secondary^  p 'a -        t ���-,.' '       ,  Good]  Davis Bay and Wilson Creok,  ���slaves" hero perform thef /useful  function of determining'tho length of  ���        '%'  over $175  tlvitles.  Student Council  couver tennis instructor who wants to offer  lessons here,  Jeff Brown tpld council he intends to  charge $10-$12 an hour for private lessons  and $2 an hour to Individuals who enroll in  group lessons.  Aldermen approved Brown's exclusive  use of tho courts at no charge for a period  of two hours a day four days a week,  provided the activity is restricted to  earlier periods of tho day when tho courts '  aro In little use. "  The aldermen Indicated that they  thought Brown's program would encourage more residents to take up the  game. /  ''���"���*Browrir*wh67HId'<niriw .~~.........~.   professional tennis In Vancouver, said ho  would bo joined by a second instructor.  He said the pair hopes to work out  similar arrangements for uso of the  Qlbsons���and Halfmoon Bay courts, Ho  Intends to begin tho program by mid-May,  In othor action, council;        .���...'..  ... ^-approved a $500 donation for the'  Timber Days celebration  adopted a zoning fee by-lnw which  will require uppliconla for a re-zonlng to  pay for tho costs of the procedure  ��� denied a request fromxBullwlnklo  Gloss to ploco a temporary trailer adjacent to the business" present Cowrlo  Street building,  T.,,.~.,KavO$icond���,readlng.Jo an,,..np- ,.,   plication to ro-zorio-njot adjacont to Troll , '  Boy MalWrom Re^ldcritial to Commercial  in order to permit expansion of tho mall.  ��� approved'an application for a  business licence for Const Beauty Salon,, |p  '*hcT16cnt^'livIEo"WftKoniii UeSCoufanr"''7?***'-''' "'" " " *"  ''huiwing:"*'""*'"~!""*''m"T ������'-'T'fcw��� ~~- ������ ������������ ���   and decided to wrltp to an evangelist  p^':H^iSi^-*^^v^^y��� **������'** ,>'J .���; 7, ^^..^  VftA-tuMW^'HAtt mm uui^ilcr,'l<fiKlh(V iW*       '"'  '"',"'' ' ' '''' -,-"'���' .7'��� ������--'���*���   '.-','.'  man how big hla tent la and how long ho '  intends to stay; .' > *  ���     I ' ' '"> *  ���Vi  ��mmft��!0*<mwf}.w  j.-|l��,v'Vi.c.-4-.VP.i����.i��,  V-tft/l4kiUM^0mmrmiilUUm  mm*m/ssqimiv!i!i*iii^'is^  vr  WWWPrtBPPPP^PP^PW* ^.WIWP  ^.^W^HWH  Pt.  f  urtjm  5A���� imrnKPrnrnmnrnHmumi  IMfl.rflWPa(W^XPW:\,ppl4Tt.*^"^P*"'J"'������������f~-*'ff"ff.Yn'i~*-l��f^'"rff-r"Tflj?-fr"*~-"- Bw#B**-}-wlW'��/��t^'i��^J m.  j!��wm**m���^i��#��w^*w~i^ib  ***p-'" V  ��1  11 'V-  ��� %-  ..[  -I-  ��� ���    /���������)  *V...l  ..\ '��� '  ��� r   .,  - v..,  U  READER'S RIGHT  -Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 22, 1978  ��^be��T^���iFS-^  Editor, The Times: .  As, members of the Sandy Hook  Property .Association and the Tuwanek  Ratepayer's Association it is our' desire to  clarify any issues which could provide  possible,, misconceptions owing to our  jumps  short of terror  Editor, The Times: ,  As a member of the cast in "Dick  Whittington and His Cat," I would like to  express my-thanks not only to the hard  working people who put the play together  but also to the people who came with their'  support and lou&.applause.   We had a woriderfuTrespohse and even  though many of us were two jumps short of  terror, we couldn't help but try to do our  best with such enthusiastic crowds!'If.  watching such a production was as much  fun as being in it, let there be many more'  such, drama nights on the peninsula.  ���    ��� Julia Klachan  1 MadefiraiPark  Spell my name  correctly ��� and  learn the facts���  v  ,'f  ,...,...  "'V  EditOFrThe Hines:  In response to Mr. Ed Land's "Opinion  Column" df March 15,1978, regarding the  Gales Hockey Club and my involvement on  -gnduffthe ice, I submit without prejudice-  the following":  .  A. Learn to spell my name correctly.  B. Learn the facts before becoming  opinionated.  ,��� Bruce R. Wormald  Gibsons", B.C.  The PEmmuLA^mwHedi  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  -by-  bpposition to the rezoning of Jackson Bros.  ', logging operation in West D.L. 1410 from  the existing R-2'non-conforming,zone to  that* of the newly-created 1-5 zone.  Without the rezoning of this district lot,  an impression has been created that there  could be a, possible loss" of employment.;  JHpwever, we would liketo-point out_that__  Jackson   Bros,   logging  has   been   in  operation at its Tuwanek log-dump; site  since 1963. During the past seven years'  - this log dump operation has been carried  -out in a R-2 nonconforming zone (By-Law  , No; 35, passed in 1971), and has operated in  a   successful   manner   without' any  acknowledged loss of jobs.  . One ofour reasons for opposition to the  . rezoning of. this parcel of land was its'  ' nebulous future useage as envisioned by  Mr. Jackson. Atthe Public Hearing of the  Sunshine   Coast���Regional   Board   last  : December 12, 1977, Mr. Jackson stated  that the-reason for rezoning was (as read  in the minutes), ..."simply...to legitimize  existing activities.".M and when asked  whether his intention was to move the  Wilson Creek operation to the Tuwanek  area, the minutes of this meeting read:  "He dRTnot have a definite plan to expand  the Tuwanek operation or to take over the  Wilson Creek operation." If Jackson Bros.  ; logging's intention is7 to operate in the  manner that Mr. Jackson has described at  that    Public    Hearing,    there    is  ' manouverability within the existing Rr2  non-conforming zone at present. It escapes  ^-and-pujlzles us as to why he requires any  change iifconing. An R-2 zoning is our only  insurance against any future development  after Jackson Bros, ownership.  Our objection is not directed to Mr.  Jackson but to the future use of that  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at SecheltjajC.    ^  - Box 310��� Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0    ._Ehone.885-3231  ^^MWWWMW*M^^^^^WW��W��WWWW    -  beautiful area of land in the many years to  come. The subdivisions of Tuwanek and  Sandy Hook are permanent, whereas  Jackson Bros. Jogging operations are, in  all likelihood, a terminal situation of an  unknown time pecipdv What the future-of-  the North half of D.L. 1410 after Jackson  Bros, leave is of prime concern to the.  permanent sub-divisions of Sandy Hook  and of Tuwanek.  The property, owners of both of our  long-standing communities (Sandy Hook,.  established in the 1940's, and Tuwanek,  established in. 1957), invested in their  properties with the knowledge of the then-  existing Lamb's .Bay log-sorting  operation. Further investment continued  after Jackson Bros, purchased their  property in 1963, as these communities had  the protection of the R-2 zoning regulation,  when it was established in 1971. As this  Jackson Bros, property is situated adjacent to our communities',  any, con- -,  templation of rezoning would seem to  contravene the Municipal Act-702 (2), and  the' authorities should take into consideration  "...the  preservation  of the  amenities peculiar to any zone, ahd "the  preservation-of- property���values". Any���  rezoning also would seem to be in dispute  of Sunshine Coast Regional District By-  Law No. 109 (Sechelt Vicinity Official  Regional Plan), area designation 7.2.4, to  whit:  East Porpoise Bay  "The suburban areas at Tuwanek and,  i i  Gibsons C of C  urges support  for the marina _  Editor, The Times:* -"  Dear Sunshine Coast,  The Gibsons marina is beginning to tfe  a reality. If all goes well the marina could  be in operation by 1979 ��� but only if the  people  of  this  area  support  it   and  > demonstrate their support., _  Gibsons and District Chamber- of  Commerce would like to take this opportunity to pledge its whole-hearted  endorsement of the Gibsons mariqa, and  to encourage all those interested to voice  their feelings. This could best be done by  filling out the marina space application  forms and turning them into the village  office.  Don't let this worthwhile project fall to  apathy. Support your marina!  - Gibsons and District Chamber  Sandy Hook are designated as such.  However, no increase in the intensity of  development beyond that permitted under  existing zoning shall be allowed elsewhere  in the East Porpoise Bay area".  We wouldlike to make.it very clear that  " we do not oppose industry on the Sunshine  -Coast. We recognize and acknowledge that -  the future potential and development Of  this entire area depends upon 'thex co-,  existence, of   residential   communities,  commerce,  tourism and  industry.  Tn  accomplish this, we suggest there must be  a cohesive plan for industry placement yk  perhaps industrial land banks, andjnptin  vsppr^idic spot localities, intermingled with  residential communities. The nurture of  tourism as a viable economic industry on  this Sunshin? Coast depends on our asset  of beautiful waterfrontage, not the leastrof.  which - is   the   entire   Sechelt. Inlet."  -Protection of this waterfront should be of  -.prime concern wherever rezoning to industry is contemplated. Guide-lipes have  already been outlined in By-Law No.-109,  the Regional Plan,  -- " "  As Jackson Bros, logging operation has  operated successfully under the present  zoning / regulation for seven years, and  since Mr. Jackson has stated that it is not  his intent to increase. the present  operation, as we do notjiaye a complaint -  with Jackson Bros, limited operations, and  as we do not wish to put them out of  business, we feel that the operation can  exist" without necessity of rezoning and  without any loss of jobs. However, we feel  we do not have any obligation to whoever  operates after Jackson Bros, in North.half  of D-LJto. 1410.  Sandy Hook Property  ��� Association and Tuwanek  CAPILANO COLLEGE  CONTINUING EDUCATION  IN SECHELT presents:  AFTER SCHOOL FRENCH  FOR THE FAMILY  A unique opportunity for parents ahd their 6  to 10 year old children to participate in a  learning experience together..  STARTING DATE: April 4  DURATION:  TIME:  PLACE:  FEE:   6 weeks                    _ -~  Tuesdays 3:15; to 4:15  Gibsons's Elementary School  $8.50 -��� -    ��� "   INSTRUCTOR:    . Ghislaine Genedu  Send   your   registration   to    Continuing  Education, Box 6, Sechelt or Call 885-3512.  of Commerce.  Ratepayers' Association.  In memory of Kay White  Editor, The Times:  The family of Kay. White, whose brave  battle ended March 15 in St.  Paul's  Hospital, would like to take .this opportunity to thank those .whose_welfcwishesr-  brought great happiness to our dear-wife ;  and mother during her last months, and to  _alLthose_whose sympathy has made the-**  past week'easier for ourselves to bear.  Althoughfully aware of the facts from  the time of her illness began, to the last  day of her life Kay White remained the  cheerful, hopeful, self-sacrificing soul  those who were close to her'loved so well.-  Fortunately she did not suffer serious  discomfort and faced death with a repose  that was a very moving and beautiful thing  to behold. She showed neither fear nor  regret and her last spoken thought was  typically for-others:-'-'It's alright. Don^t  ieel bad."       '      ' ���/  Once again, our sincerest thanks to all  those "wHS share in our loss.. She was not an  ostentatious person and wished at all costs,  that "nobody make a fuss", but we have  decided to have an informal "at-home"  gathering in her memory the afternoon of  Saturday, March 25, and we hope all her  friends will come.        - ._. -...,  The Family of Kay White  CUBS&  SCOUTS  GARAGE SALE  APRIL 15  ANYONE WISHING TO DONATE ARTICLES  886-7207__CAU     886-7048  886-2767 886-7982  m  tm  *m  mmtmmfm  wmm  mmm  MAKE IT  HAPPY EASTER!  Wo hopo you havo a good spring vacation. We'd like to have  somo more nlco springtime drawings and poems ��� or  whatever else you'd like to do ��� for next week. So ���- tend  them to us at BOX 310, SECHELTI This week's winner Is Karen  Negralff, 10, from Garden Bay. (Call or come hy the office to 9  get your prize).-   :/^-'       ,.:..,;!���������  Thanks to Ian, Sabena, Heidi S., Stephanie, Louisa, Vince,  Leah, Sunny, Andreanne, Olga, David, Jason, Heidi B., Shaun  and Karen B. for sending In solutions. 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The Peninsula Times
Page A-3
Wednesday, March 22,1978
The witnesses
B.C.. HYDRO'S  three   alternate and W-7.  The-W-l   route  crosses
Sechelt Peninsula crossings for the Sakinaw Lake and was the target of
proposed  Cheekye-to Dunsmuir 175 property owners at a'Vancouver
powerline arejndicated as W-l, W-2 meeting last Thursday.
• Don't want Cheekye line
The witnesses thus far in the Shannon
trial in order of appearance, and their
Sgt. Robert^Boyd Graham — Identification  Division,  Vancouver  RCMP.
Took^measurements and _photographs. at_
the scene of the crime.
Sheila Teichreb — Grandview Road,"
Gibsons. Saw Shannon's van leave his
house the afternoon of the shooting.
Jean Read — Hansen Road, Roberts
Creek. Heard the shots and the van drive
Dal Grauer — Glover Road, Roberts
Creek. A friend of Black's and a witness to
the killing.^
Daniel Taylor — Joe Road, Roberts
Creek. A friend of Black's an a witness to
-theJrillingr        -   -
due this week
, The Labour Relations Board will hand
down a decision sometime this week on a
complaint filed against the Gibsons Bank
of Commerce by the Service, Office and
Retail Workers Union of Canada.
A hearing was held March 13 to hear
presentations from both sides regarding
~the~complaint~that Bank'of_Commerce"
employee Carol Dulyk was laid off by the
bank in January because of her union
Boat bashes dock
The government pier at New Brighton
Beach on Gambier Island was extensively
damaged after -being hit .by a vessel
sometime on March 14.
Gibsons RCMP are investigating the
-matter.. :	
The champ keeps his title
—* "If I bealltiui it's gglrtg to be in the tirst
two or three seconds", So said and did
•Craig Norris in defeating Dick Whitman at
the open challenge wrist wrestling match
held at, the Roberts Creek Legion on
Saturday March 18.
The Norris-Whitman match, refereed
by Canadian Wrist wrestling referee
was one of a succession of matches held at
_the Legion that evening., The ^contestants
use the legal thumb clasp hold keeping one
foot firmly on the floor and the elbow in the
competition cup. ' y
Norris placed in the top ten at the
Western State Wrist Wrestling Championship held in Reno, Fjevada on March
11. On May 20 -Norris-and the Sunshine
Wrist Wrestling Association team will
compete at the Canadian Nationals in
Osoyoos. British Columbia.       	
—From Page A-l -
Channel violates a proposed wilderness
area requested by the regional board in
1973, land which the,province is now
holding in the planning stage for public
recreation. [.?l
The sum of these.and other factors,
. Stewart said, makes the W-l route less
desirable than the two other more northerly alternatives (W-2 ahd W-7).
He also expressed'concern about interference with radio transmission which
would result from the line, thenoise factor
from the powerful line, and the use of
befbicides along the right of way.
transmission route, we will take it to
whatever higher authority necessary to
have it fairly adjudicated."
, Beak representative Richardson
angered some of the property owners in
stating that the study date "was fed into a
computer which was asked to select routes
with the least impact."
C. Oveans responded from the audience
that "T}ie kind of thinking that has gond
into this report is technical and economic
in nature, and these are not our concerns
at all.
"Hydro can get back the money for
putting in a line in a relatively few years,
"We recognize that herbicide use is'
guided byv provincial and' federal
legislation topi-otect people and wildlife,"
he said. "Nevertheless, we are uneasy
aboui^Hydro's-complacency and we are
not. convinced that such herbicides will
always be applied in correct proportions
without error and that they will always
stay where they have been applied."
Steering committee member 'Jim
Wolstencroft'    offered ,.the    Hydro
representatives a moving description of
^Sakinaw _as_ jinsjSqilejJ^ and- unique
wilderness area.
"Sakinaw Lake is an endless inspiration to all of us," he said. 'It cannot
really be photographed; it cannot be
adequately described with words; it has to
be experienced. Everyone in this audience
has shared this experience and that is why
we are'here this evening."
About 200 homes have been built on the
north shore of Sakinaw Lake, he said, most
since 1950. Because of provincial
restrictions imposed a few years ago on
further sale or lease of crown land and on
bulding density, these homes are,,now used
-by-extended families-who-number oven.
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1,000 persons, he said. said.
The homes are not simply summer
cottages, he said, but are used year-round
by many persons.
"Make no mistake," he told Hydro,
"we are determined to preserve Sakinaw
Lake and the * Wilderness Park in its
present unspoiled state,'and if you are
adamant in proceeding with the Sakinaw
• Calm murder
—From Page A-l
discovered later that it was missing. The
gun still has not been found.
Grauer and Taylor both admitted
.withholding information about the weapon
from police until the^ morning of the
preliminary hearing, May 15,1977.
(They didn't .want it misconstrued to
look as if they were arming Black, Grauer
said. '     ■,'   ■■
Taylor said that on the day before the
preliminary hearing Edward Qreenburg
told him and Grauer that he knew about
, the rook giin and if asked about it during
the preliminary would not perjure himself*
Taylor admitted that he attempted to
get Greenburg "to lie about ttye gun, but
that evening Grauer's lawyer convinced
Grauer and Taylor tliat'they shSuld
mention it to the QrOwrt Cduriserand the
The prosecution attempted last week to
show that Greenburg, who Is reportedly
now out of tho country, aided Shannon ln
his getaway.
Sandra Vallncourt of Abbotsford
testified Uiat sho was a waitress at Denny's Restaurant, o^!j!Mhrlno Drlvo ln North
Vancouver on Novjimbfir 11, 1070. She
remembered cashing a $100 bill In U.S.
fundstor a tall blorid manrand tt short dark*
man with a moustache on that evening.
She said tho dark man was similar In
appcarahco to a photograph of Greenburg
shown her at the' trial, f.
•Dayld Brown testified that ho was a
taxi driver on tiro day of the shooting, at
•that he had seen Greenburg, whom he.
, knew,,, at .the Denny's Restaurant that,
night'. Ho said ho drovo the blond man to
lpth ond Trafalgar and dropped him off ot
tho comer.
Neither Brown nor Vallncourt wns able,
to identify Shannon ns tlio blond mon thoy
' saw that night.
Constable Risto Rnutlo of Gibsons
RCMP testified that after searching ufi-
BucccfSsfully for Greenburg slnco 0:29 that
evening, lw llmtttf stopped Grcohbuirg in
hia car at 11:45 p.m, Ho said he found a
forry receipt doted November (W on tlio
dashboard of Grconburg'a car and
ascertained that tho trunk of Uio cor was
Shannon w«ml«tper Apprehended in
Mexico nnd returned to Vancouver early
in December, two, ,,"'C<L,..:y:K'XZX'XA'',.
the trial corttlnues thla week liTthe1"
courtroom of Justice Klrko Smith with tho
opening of defense testimony.
But how are we going to get back what
we've lost? There is too much cold-headed
logic heTeTYougave it to a computer. We
want a little warm-hearted humanistic
consideration. The humanistic factors are
the enduring factors."
John Dawson,- Hydro community
relations department manager, told
Oveans that "if our only considerations
were economiaand technical, we wouldn't
be here tonight."
Jack Carter, toho said his family built
the first cabin on Sakinaw Lake, asked
Ellis how long the transmission line would
"I would say probably 50 years or
more," Ellis replied.
•"Well, then," said Carter, "you should
ask your computers to assess the damage
that's going,to be done over~50 years."
, Dawson told the group that it will
probably be'"several months" before the
corporation settles on a route for the line.
He said in the meantime .Hydro
workers will be doing some surveying in
the area between Cheekye and Sechelt
Iplet. There are no surveys now planned
for any area on the Sechelt Peninsula, he'
Christopher,' Michael and Anthony
Taylor — Daniel's sons,- all witnesses to
the killing.
Velvet (Euffy) Harper — Vancouver. A
guest at Grauer's home at time of killing;
went with Black in car to hospital.
Constable Risto Rautio — Gibsons
RCMP, one of the first officers at the scene
of the shooting.
Constable Douglas Grimson — Gibsons
RCMP, involved in the investigation the
night of the shooting.
Sandra Valincourt — „Abbotsbord, a
North Vancouver_waitress who served a
man similar in appearance to Shannon the
night of-the killing.
David Brown — Vancouver, a taxi
driver who drove the man from the
restaurant to a Vancouver-street-corneiu-
In an otherwise quiet week, two
breakins were reported in the Gibsons
area on March 16.
Thieves totally ransacked a home in the
1700 block S. Fletcher and stole -several
small items. Damage is estimated to be
approximately $1,000.
Two adults and one • juvenile were
apprehended by police and charges are
beiqg laid in connection with the incident.
Another breakin was reported~by-Mr.
Scott of Chamberlin St. Liquor was stolen
from the home.
- Delivery Service —
885-3818  PENTANGLE   Sechelt
•Recreation plan
—From Page A-l
necessity before sending the proposal to
Victoria for approval, according to
Chairman Dick Derby.
The .projects, in order of priority
established by the committee, are as
follows. —
Arts Centre $    -        $   1,000
Roberts Creek HaU       225,000       5,000
Pender Pool 275,000 25,Q00_
Redrooffs Playing Field 20,000        1,000
Arena Extension. '
Equestrian Centre
Motorcycle Site
Gibsons Pool
Sechelt Marsh and
Selma Park
(Board Track
2,500  z'
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$805,000     $78,350
Volvo Penta -Volvo Jet Drive
Smith Marine Engines
Waukesha Engines
Spirit Out-Board Engines - Renault Marine Couach
Diesel Engines-Ford Products
Garden Bay, B.C, 883-2535
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March 23 until Monday, April 3, inclusive?     --r—r—
lions Club Annual
Sunday, March 26
Hackett Park 1 p.m.
7:40 am
12:30 pm
4:55 pm
: 7:45
6:30 am
9:00    ,,
12:35 pm
The following schedule will be in effect from JUesday, April 4
until Thursday, May 18, inclusive: (
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come our & compete for
plus individual trophies to winning team
7:40 am
10:10" *
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4:55 pm
6:30 am
12:35 pm
3:50 pm
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When a group of .people get together  whose main object is helping one another  there just has to be a great feeling of  comradeship. _  President CayNefeonhad the pleasant  ' duty of presenting the annual awards as  well and made a-delightful speech which  ��� set everyone at ease.  i.    Queen for the year* the lady losing the  ' most weight, was Mrs. Hilda Davey.  The VIP Queen, the lady who reached  her proper weight goal and held it, was  Mrs. Jean Petit.__  Then there isthe most consistent loser, '  winning the prize for her steadfastness,  ' Mrs. Ruth Bigger.  j     Mrs. Gladys Ironside was rewarded for  . her long-time standing as a VIP ��� good  , proof that it can be done.  ;     Rest attendance at weigh-ins, awards  i went to Evelyn McKibbon, Melba Baker  and Diane Emory.  . The  members   voted  their  highest  , awards as follows: Mrs. Hilda Davey was  rTVhss Congeniality, Mrs. GernSmith was  Best Inspiration, and MrsrDorisHousely-  ��� was Best,-Worker for the group, followed  closely* by Hilda Davey.  i -  Mrs. Bonnie Wigard as nominating  chairman had her job simplified when the  majority of the executive agreed to stand  ' again for office. Re-elected were  President Cay Nelson, Secretary. Ethel  Jure and Vice President Melba Baker. The_  ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARTY  Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hositpital put on a happy party  March 15 for the Extended Care patients.  The excuse for the event was the birthday  of Lou Pierce, and Lou does enjoy a party.  Lillian Peters, activity aide, made the  extended care lounge into a little bit of  Ireland with green leprechauns with  flutes, dancing pigs and shamrock cutouts  on the wall. Also covering part of the walls  in extended care is an art show by Lillian  .Peters. She has sketched excellent  resemblances of each of the patients.  President Eileen Alexander of Pender  Harbour had members Irene Temple,  Jean Whittaker, Jean Patterson and Alice  Haddock^ helping with the hosting and  entertainment: Aiic^ played some lively  numbers .on the "piano with everyone  joining in with the singing. ^Doreen Webb  sent along a beautiful platter-of goodies,  and each of the others contributed home  baking. - -  DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT  After attending the Sechelt performance of the Pender Harbour Theatre  Group's. play, it' must be said how  thoroughly entertaining it was. Presented  by the Fitness Service, it offered another  reason why this group should be allowed to  continue pn with their Bod squad service.  Director-Producer Ronnie Dunn knows  her stuff, and she certainly proved it with  this production.  The" scenery backdrops were wonderfully well  done, the  work  of Joe  The Creek runoff.  Softball season  " By Annie Dempster, 885-3326  Modern, 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Good location ��� 1 block from  beach, pEngllsh Bay and Stanley Park,"near downtown/shopping within 2  blocks. 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms', stydlos, efficiency  .unjts and suites ��� each with private bath, color TV and phone. Dining,  "Room and Coffee Shop. Lounge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting  ^RodmsrDrlve^in lobby and free'parkingr ~ it" ~TT~y  SWB $21, DWB 924, TWB $26  1755 Davie Street, Vancouver V6G 1W5. Phone: 604-682-1831 collect  Telex: 04-51161  J  SOFTBALL SEASON STARTING  -   The Roberts Creek ladies softball team  have started their practises as of Sunday,  March 19. They will meet every Sunday in  the Roberts Creek Elementary School  grounds for practise, weather permitting-  Time 12 noon. These ladies made a fine  showing in the playoffs last year. Hppei  that they are as good "this season.  IMPEDES FIRE TRUCKS  Boards. As the provincial government will1- f^^^*>>^^"'>"^*"^^^P  be "doing research into the necessity of  Regional Boards, thi��,might be your only  chance to let your opinions be heard oh the  matter..     \  WRIST WRESTLING  - The wrist wrestling competition held atthe Legion Saturday night was seemingly  "a big success. Dick Whitfield came over  from Surrey to compete against local  one change is Donna Perry for treasurer  as. Nora Robinson steps down,  "Weigh-in chief is Evelyn McKinnon and  her recorder is Diane Emory.  After the festivities all went home  vowing to reachtheirgoalsurthecomin^���  year, or for health's sake try.  SUNSEEKERS     X  It is easy to tell those who have  returned from soaking up the sun's rays,  but where have they been?-Well, Alex and  Stevie Lockhard of Davis Bay had their  day in.the sun down California,way. They,  felt guilty holidaying at places like Santa  .Barbara where theyJound_sand-bags-in-^  -<fr^M*orthestores;as protection from the  high tides^as well as the flooding from the  heavy rains experienced there lately.   They.stopped at Desert Hot Springs to  visif Jack and Marg Anderson from  ����� Sechelt. That, I think, is the place where  ��� normal rainfall for the year is 15 inches  and already they have had 30. Must have  found a fair amount of sun because that is  a good tan Stevie is showing.  Bunny and Mac Campbell found their  sonin Hawaii and soaked upldts of it. The;  trip home was anextra long six hbursi; A  malfunction of the 'plane's engine held  them sitting for that time on the tarmac.  Just sitting, waiting and not. getting,  anywhere can be a bit of a bord ��� and .not  ,.,..���.e.v.en..any.r.efresliments..ayii,ll.aWe.u. .:..,���..,  Don and Hazel Hadden made their first  Harrison. Thejchofr under Director Les  Fowler, accompanied by that fine pianist  Florence Prescesky, was excellent  Dance Director Robbi Peters can be  proud of her dancers. Their beauty and  shapes woHldfraCCany dance production. -  Val Tomkies, the belly dance instructor  and star belly dancer, showed how  beautiful and graceful this dance can be.  -���Dawn Adamson ^as-Dick_carried the  We had .a'-call-from one<sof-thfr-loeal- ~ehampion-Craig-Nopris,-Unfortunately-fop-  Whitfield, he was outweighed and outclassed by Norris. However, Dick was a  terrific sport about the whole effort. He did,  out pull three or four other contenders-so  the evening wasn't a total loss for him. His  vfriend Pete was another story, as he was  totally convinced tbat.Whitfield would win.  Don't fret fellows, even Mohammed; Ali  has lost a match in his day. In any case, it  was most impressive to see what fine  sports the contenders were. Many thanks  for coming over for_the match Dick. Who  . knows, with a little practise, you just  might make a showing against Craig one  of these daysvThe ladies even got in on the  -^GtionJt4vas*o-���ontest4oi^Lp��e-ScotaVas  firemen who was rather irate at a very  inconsiderate fellow,J Seems our local  firefighters were on there way to a dry run  up to Leek Road. As they were travelling  down Highway 101, a motorist pulled out  from the parking lot at the hotel between  the tanker truck and the car carrying the  firemen. The motorist proceeded to follow  the fire trucks to the site of the dummy  fire. Upon arrival, he jumped out of his car  and wanted to know where the action was.  -When he found it^assa dry run, he left in  disgust.  The fireman's complaint is that, had it  not been a practise run, this fellow's in-  -terferenee���eould  have  caused���serious-  MM  MMMMMMWMMMM��  part well, gaining confidence in herself as  the play progressed. Mindy Peters made a  most lovable Puss, nimble and graceful in  action.   Danny Reid was a mean, hatefuljting _  Rat, as he-was supposed to be. Alice,  played by Carrie Wallace, had a delightful  singing voice ��� too soft to be heard  properly, but so nice one found oneself  straining to hear.  Bob Kobus did well as Idle Jack,  coupled with Al Lloyd,who was a-scream  as Sar^h, and a great help with the script  and otherways^^   ������F^ity^ireelri^!e-Anh-Reid acted her  -part out well, as did Wendy.Lee-as Fitz-  warren who  played  a  big part with  assurance J  Paul La vine played the Sultan role as if  this were a way oflife~he .could come to"  enjoy.  Kim King acted out three characters ���  a villager, Captain and fisherman ��� all  three competently.  - - The dancers were Els Mercer, Diane  Fielding, Wendy Skapski, Shirley Vader,  Mokie Sterloff,: Fran Berger and' Julia  Klachen.Tbe dances they performed were  spectacular: the sailors fighting the wind  storm, the chorus line for the belly dan-  , cirig, the sailors dance, each one seemed to  surpass the last.   .The.....stage,:;jiianagers���..were..���S,CQtty.-  fcfalntyre and Bill Peters. Wardrobe was  handled by Robbi Peters, Carol Dunn and  . consequences, because.minutes can make  the difference on whether or not the  fireman can control a burning building.  The fireman ask that motorists DO NOT  follow the firefightipg equipment or in any  way hamper the firemen when they are  trying to do a job^Lord knows, they have  enough problems to deal with, let alone  having to worry about curiousitv seekers.  DANCE TICKETS ~    ^  Thickets for the Roberts Creek Community ^Association Ways and Means  Committee "Family Affair" dance are  ���now on sale at Seaview Market. The kids  are-all-really-exGited-about4his-event���It  will be the first time a lot of kids have been'  to a dance with their parents.  COMMUNITY  ASSO ELECTIONS  The   Roberts   Creek   Community  Association held their monthly meeting on  Wednesday. There was an election, of,  "officers. The' executive remains un-  _changedIromlast^ear^vith11ieexception  she ouLjPulled every lady that challenged  her. Perhaps we could set up a match  between Lee and Craig?  Many thanks also to Paul Peter  Klachan who was on hand to referee the  matches^ _t  We must also make mention of the  fellows who were in charge of the Legion.  JThanks for letting us have the match  there and also for your hospitality not to  mention patience towards the end of the  evening. '  George Pages music was a nice change  of pace. We really enjoyed you, George,  TYEE AIR  announces  ADDITIONAL SERVICE  DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER  NOW  5 RETURN FLIGHTS  PER DAY  effective April 3,1978  Leaves Sechelt:     Leaves Vancouver Hbr:  7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m.   8:30 a.m.   ...  3.mr  9:45 a.m.  11:45 a.m.  3:45 p.m.  10:30 a.m.  12:30 p.m.  4:30 p.m.  For Further Information Call  885-2214  trip to Hawaii, and they have fallen under  the magic spell of the Inlands. During a   Carol Reid, with hjelp_ from the group  week on Oahu they were impressed with  the amount' of music anddancing, not  just in the night life but in spots on the tour  of the island. ,  Hazel in a rap session with a, young  Hawaiian found their problems are'much  like ours ��� not liking the progress but  [having to go along with It.  Four days spent on the big Island of  Hawaii took them intofl special kind,of  . world as they toured tho volcanoes! Lava  flow from previous eruptions ih the early  1960's is still' in evidence,tMore has been  added until some roads are'cut off as  mountains grow in front of you.  On Maul Uiey enjoyed Uie straight  stretches   of  sana;  to  walk   on   and j  everywhere the feeling Uiat holidaying Is  uie"main theme hero so ono cari relax and  Just be a tourist,  Dr. Eric and Bonnie Paetkau .relaxed  for a couple of weeks on Mnul and are back  with that healthy glow ns evidence.  JOHN BLAND  y John Blni)d. (lied .suddenly., of ��� a Jieart  attack at the ago of 50 oh March' 10. John v  was n heavy duty mechanic ��� tit the tlmo  wo came to know him at Cliffs Shell  Service. Ilo was an excellent worker ond a  good friend to the folks he worked with and  to the customers at tho station. Saddened  by his death are his Wife Gloria, three  sons, Duvid, Ken and Philip, daughter Gall  - and nrjany friends, .'������-"- ���-"���'���"-^ -'��������� ;���"���������'������'.���-������  WHITAKER Hp.USti  Doris, Crowston's water bolors nro  marvellous. Drop, In and see them this  week.  Tho week starting March 27, pointings  by thp Wolcomo Bench Sketch Club's  group of seven will bo on display,     .  These ladles meet onco n week at the  httmo of Dorothy Han in Wolfcomo Boach *  ��� a roul palntlng-'for-ploafluro day, Thoyp,  aro Dorothy Hnll, Olive Clour, Theft  - I,euchto, Mnrfi Morgan,, Jerrlo Lou Wick-  .   wlro, BArbarn Gough mid Foggy Connor.  Bnrbnra Oough't display-willbe-wat^  colours and Uio others are oil palntlngar ��U  k#vd.��iKo;dllfe^  po come In ni)tl check on how yto ftftind our  Tuesday afternoons,   ' , '. ' ���    /  .< '������' '��� .A   \  0' .  Prompter and helper; was Karen Adamson. Billy Peters and Steve Adamson were  the stage hands;  FRODE JORGENSEN.  Following a "very extensive operation;  Frode is home from Lions Gate Hospital  and gathering strength as each day goes  of secretary. Mrs; Sutherland has retired -���,  . from- the position after,years,pf ,fatyhful~,~rj  service. Suzanne Dunkerton now lias the  position. '     -:    *  It was mentioned at the meeting that  -the-Regional-Board-has-alloted-a-minimal���  amount   of   funding   for   a   recycling'  program. Because the Board is, allowing  funds for the recycling, they apparenUy ,  feel that they should be in charge of the'  operation of it. It was suggested that any  ideas for setting up the project would be  appreciated. Perhaps if the board sees I  that recycling can be succesful here, they I  jriay allovv more "funds in the future. In i  any case, how is the chance to support it  instead of just talking about the necessity  of it. Did you know that each ton of  recycled paper saves 17 trees plus energy.  r DRAINAGE PROBLEM SOtyED...,,,  The drainage problem has nearly been  solved at the community hall, thanks to  the time and energy of Jack Gibb. It seiemsl  the furnace room was partially submerged  In water due to poor drainage. Jack went  down to the hall with one of his machines'  and through his own time and expense, he  dug trenches for the water tb~run~off."Air  that's needednow is some drain tile. If you  have any that you would like to donate to  by. However, it will be the middle of April .the community hall, giveiJim Ridgewell a  before he Is up to snipping locks again. In.  the meantime, his place at the barber's  chair is being taken care of by Ed Yarrow.  He and his wife moved here about a year  ago and find everybody very friendly".  call at 885-9205. \  PRO OR CON FOR REGIONAL BOARDS  There is to be a publlic meeting held on  Wednesday, April 5 at the community hall  to discuss the pros and cons of Regional  CANADA PENSION PLAN  CHANGES  r  Darling, did you know that there's a store in town that /  /  is having a GENERAL CLEARANCE SALE on SWEATERS,  T-SHIRTS, Mm JACKETS/HOCKE/ SHIRTS AND  BRIEFSr DinY forget they are closed Oood Friday;  Divorce or Annu^cnt.  ' ��� CPP pension credits earned by a husband .  and wife during marriage may be divided  ;,equal[y between them if the marriage ends  ��� in divorce or annulment after January 1,1978.  ^Thiswuresihmm'a^  through the'efforts qf both spouses while  ' they were married can be shared equally by  .both when the marriage is dissolved.  Retroactive Rayment  of Retirement Benefits.  Retirement benefits may now be paid  retroactively for aperiod of up to 12 months  to contributors who had attained age 65  but who, arejunder age 70 and who have  retired from the labour force.  Post-Mortem Benefits.,  Applications for retroactive benefits (i.e. up  to 12 months) can now, be made on behalf  of a deceased person, in cases where a  contributor qualified, but failed to apply,  ^5jrpg|^ pajFfiiijes orestalMwiirBe',"w'*  entitled to receive benefits in such cases.  Elimination of Reductions  in Children's Benefits.  Orphans'and disabled contributors'  children's benefits are no longer reduced for  the fifth and subsequent children. All children  in a family, regardless of its size, are eligible  to receive equal benefits.  These important.nmcndments to the Canada Pension Plan  Mmo into force on January 1st, 197a^������.���.,  r  II you havo tiny questions, contact tho Canada Pension'pftlii  ,.,��� ,,,,���,,otfice.neareslyoui.w1.. !..,';,..���,���.,.,_,,���.����������.,..  ,..��..,���,.t���.   i t\L��r��<a*uMMtts I,  Vancouver  1665 Wost Broadway  P.O.Box 34193  Station "D"  *HW4KaM4��J  mm^mrmfim*  C��IY��Ct��, ���������-;���- .���;������;��  Mofikjti* D*oln, MMiler  S��ftt4itmon-��tr����ocl��(  Canada  "H-Vi!  U'.'J.  ijwiiSk^-'j'-.-^Mi.  ��ptppppy   .��.��.�����  ��frs  ttu..m\  ,' " -vyr  Moniqu* BAgln, Minima  ��� *   '"'  ,1  ,*p ^���p.h^'M^ itM/WHU-wtJpSjparufc. i,  �����**���*�� A, ��t����^'tJ~''Hrt# i  l IJ^��''t'fWi��TKSH.��'*<����i��^��S'  * Wi'"'fc"*l*P",TBm'*^, M *nw#|irtW*J*)it��.  HWW��|pJ����  f^^S"**!.    *���*->���(  ���tr #x��**tt#&m$iM& y  ��� oitwlWfqrp*) fWBSi t~ Htw 3r*p*t��p���  r,s  "���.l-H��W^tt.^IS������J* O  T���.  ,<,�����, - .p* -������  :}  ( ���-/.-.[���..  ,..r-  1  --���.���fa  L-.1B���a'^.ffZ.,jyfcl�� "^  .*���. ��14..-^=^ Jn..^zj; Jt*t"^  c^a j^,yj��auasii>-Ti^��-- - ��� ��� .^jz.ia.C'gacy-ifg^A  p^_  HoJfmoon~Bo^TOppen/ngs:  !'������  news  By Maty Tinkley, $85-9479  A  The Halfmoon Bay* Recreation Commission will hold an Easter Egg hunt for  the children "of the ar^' on Saturday,  "March 25^tK^WelcbmefBeach HalTaf 2'  p.m.. There will be an egg decorating  contest with three age groups, 1-5 years, 6-  8 years and 9-12 years? Prizes will be  awarded in each age group for the most  decorative, the most original and the  funniest entries.  held an open house on March 10 to report to,  their parents and friends on their research  into*'Creatures of the Sea". Models offish^  hanging from the'.ceiling draped with  seaweed and a mural seascape all helped  provide the appropriate atmosphere for  xsuch a fishy subject.  The students reara papers which they  -^wesome^utstahdingly-fine-shots-ofther  Monastery of La Cartuja of Minaflores and  Michaelangelo's Pieta and frescoes in the..  lovely Sistirie Chapel.  There were moments too which obviously held sad memories for some of the  views when slides were shown of the  Dunkirk beaches, the Berlin Wall and  Checkpoint Charlie.  ; Next film night ���Thursday, April 27 ���  will be on Asia with visits to India, Hong  Kong and Japan."  REDROOFFS WATE  Residents of Ite  work to start on the e:  line through Redroo  during the next week  LINE  joffs, may expect  sion of the water  Halfmoon Bay*  or two. Gordon^  BEEFS AND BOUQUETS  - Thea Leuchte, director of the Welcome  Beach film program requests that this  had prepared on the various denizens of / *,1ek'* bo"qU<lbe��?*"?* t0 i��an and  'the deep. Bret Christensen reported on[ Allan Mackereth who put on such an ex-  Barnacles and  Abalone "and  Donna  Dixon, ��� superintendent of the .regiortal  water department, "advises that the  Regional District is now the i,egal owner of  the Redrooffc-Waterr-Districtjandjinal,  approval to start the extension isiixpecfed  at any time.  INSURANCE REDUCTIONS \  Word received from the Halfmoon Bay  Volunteer Fire Department is that the  area covered by the department has now  been reclassified for insurance purposes  as Class 3. All homes'within fjyejnilesof  the fire hall should now check" with their  insurance companies for reduced ^rates  and for rebates where appropriate.  HALFMOON BAY SCHOOL  OPEN HOUSE  Children of the Halfmoon Bay School  EAVESTROUGHSJc  GUTTER MAINTENANCE  Nygard's  chosen  subject was  Clams.  Christy Hawes read"papers on Coral,and  Salmon and Erin Kelly on Jellyfish and  Crab. Eels and Dolphins were the subjects  chosen1 by Ron Kieselbach, and Kristos  Grames'  research had been Mussels.  Cynthia Wickjvire's papers were oh Sand  ^Dollars, Geoffrey Grognetjon Sharks and  ^CaseyTPacker cm ;WhateS.'- The subjects'  -studied by Erica Renouf were Seals and  Sea Cucumbers, while Ferla Packer read  papers oh Seaweed and the Seahorse and  Jamie Graham on Sea Snails and Shrimp.  Ken Sorensen's research was on Octopus  and Squid.  When it came to refreshment time, the  children served .their guests witii coffee  and seafood snacks." Kenny Sorensen had  provided smoked salmon and pickled  herring;  Geoffrey Grognet,  smoked  oysters, and Ronnie Kieselbach's contribution had been shrimp and Indian  smoked salmon. Bret Christensen had  brought smoked salmon and there were  snail-snacks, -smoked mussels-and-baby��� still finds her-way-regularljUb-the Half-  clams provided by the school.        moon Bay School, to visit her young  cellent slide show of their European tour.  She pays tribute to the quality and artistry,,  of their slides and for choice of subject.  PAT DAVIE  Chuck and Miriam Davie have had  further word from their younger son Pat  ��� who is spending a vacation in Europe. The  telephone call~came from the��� Island, of  -Gomera,:dne of the Canary Islands-arid,  -according to Pat,- it is an -unspoilt  Paradise. Cruise ships do riot stop at this  ' island so prices are extremely moderate.  Pat has a nice room with a balcony for $2 a  night, and he reports that he can spend a  night on the town, including dinner with  wine, for $5. He made a trip back to Spain  . to collect a car which he had left there, but  found it had been stolen. It was an old car  and he was not unduly concerned about the  loss. He expects to be home shortly.  Lulu; the nanny goat which was  recently being cared for by the Grames  family at Secret Cove, has now been  reclaimed by her owner. However, she  Kathleen White  was an active  volunteer worker  ' ;Mrs. Kathleen White, a resident pf the  Pender Harbour area for 30 years, passed  away ih St. Paul's Hospital on March 15.  Mrs. White, who was well known for her  volunteer work in the community over the  years, hadbeen receiving treatrriSntsat-  the hospital for several months.  Born June 4,1915, and raised on a dairy  farm at Sumas Prairie, Kathleen Boley in  1939 married FranklirfWhite of Abbotsford"  and lived at various locations on the B C.  coast before the-couple -moved-to-the-  Pender Harbour area where they first,  operated a logging camp on Nelson Island.  Since moving to Madeira Park in 1954 Mrs.  White had been active in.the Parent-  Teachers Association, the Pender Harbour  and District Ratepayers Association, the  New Democratic party and the Pender  Harbour Community Club, on which she  was an executive member at the time of  her death: ~ Xy-LAyy. ~ ���~ ~ :~\  She is survived by her husband!  Franklin of Madeira Park; daughter  Marilyn Kay Plant" of Vancouver, son  Franklin' Howard of Madeira Park;  daughter Rose Wilson of Prince George,*  son Donald Wesley of Madeira Park, and  three grandsons, Douglas and'David  Plant and Silas White.  Mrs. White's ashes will be spread oji  Winchelsea Island near Nanoose Bay. An  informal gathering will be held at the  White home during the afternoon of March  25, to which all friends of Mrs. White and  her family are cordially invited. The  family has requested Uiat in lieu of  flowers, donations be made to the B.C.  Cancer Society, c-o Mrs. A.J. Hatcher,  Madeira Park. B.C.  Wednesday, March 22,1978  Weather report  Weather March 11-17  Lo Hi  Prec.  Marchll 5    9     nil  March 12..-. 3    9    10.2  March 13.".. <-_.. 3    9. trace  Marchl4-..;... ...2    11     nil  March 15 2    9     7.1  ..MarchLl6-  4 8 nif-  Marchl7 7   10   trace  Week's rainfall - 17.3mm. March - 56.4  mm. 1978 - 330.8 mm.  ���March 11-17,1977 - 7.1mm. March 1-17,  1977^70.1 mm. January 1-March 17,1977 ���  250.9r  Christian Science  "What is the Almight, that we should  serve him?,and what profit should we  have, if we pray unto him?" (Job 21:15).  In Miscellany by Mary Baker Eddy in  this passage: "You worship .no distant  deity, nor. talk of unknown-love. The" silent  prayers of our churches, resounding  through the dim corridors of time, go forth.  "irTwaves of sound, a diapason of heartbeats, vibrating from "one" pulpit to  another, till truth and love, comingling in  onejighteous prayer, shall encircle and  cement the human race." Pg. 189.  The Peninsula Times  5~  have you been to   The Heron"      7  on gower pt. road yet?  "Good Wholesome- Food"  Gibsons  mon thru sat 7 am - 6 pm  sunday 10 am - 6 pm.  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD Bus: 885-9244  Ret; 885-2686  Box 1235  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  SLIDE SHOW, OF EUROPE  When Joan and Allan Mackereth-put on  a slide show of their European trip last  Thursday at the Welcome Beach Hall, they  drew almost the biggest attendance on  record for a film night, and.it is doubtful  whether a slide showhas ever drawn more  interested and enthusiastic viewers. The  ripple of murmurs which constantly  flowed through the hall indicated moments  of nostalgia*���of recognition of places that  held memories. There were.many_such_  friends there, she obviously knows when  xecesstimes^are-and-like4o^wheedle-tid- Have-a-look-at-our-iiWorkshop���Gards-  bits out of the children as they eat their   ��� they are truly delightful. ��� MISS  lunch.  BEE'S, SECHELT.  CUSTOM CRAFT  PRODUCTS  885-2992  Cleaning & Repairing  pictures of the United Kingdom. Among  the European slides were some-superb  mountain studies of Norway, the Swiss  Alps, the Sierra Nevadaand the Pyrenees.  Some of the world's most famous gardens  were" pictured Including the Afliambra  and the Tuileries and there were Moorish  cities of Spain and the medieval city of  Carcassonee. . like  a  picture   from   a  fairytale, .  Among the" great cathedrals which the  Mackereths had photographed were St.  . Peters in Rome, Burgos and Milan. There  WALTER R. N. STURDY  CHIROPRACTOR  wishes to announce the  relocation of his0office on  Tuesday,- AAacch_28^L978-to  -Seaview Place  ���*a  on the Sunshine Coast Highway  -between-U ppei^&-Uower-Gibsons-  Phone 886-2122 for appointment  ���-", V',  ~* :���>..  A   KenandhKarerr ���  are happy to be back  at work after our Holidays.  We are sorry for        ^**  any inconvenience caused   while wewere away.  COASTAL TIRES  Master  Charge  886-2700  Chargex  ��� t    "j^>  \  .<���?&     oi'     : d.   i  Ar��emindmfrom  aim Form  Universal Pharmacare was introduced last June by the  Ministry of Human Resources. The Plan protects all  -    British Columbians against unusually high  prescription drugjwpenses. It has proven to  be particularly helpful to those who suffer  from long-term illness, or who require ostomy  supplies or certajn proSiheticappliances.  is  intwowayst  ��� i * i  IFully-puicI benefits nre offered to those  ��� Individuals Or families who:  --���are 65 years of age orover and hold a ~  valid Pharmacare cardi  ��� receive the Handicapped Persons'  Income-Assistance allowance',  ��� hold a valid Human Resources Medical  Benefits Program "W" card for yourself and  your dependents, or  ��� reside in a licensed long-term cure facility..  If j/p.u or your family are entitled to  fully-paid benefits.rM do not have to submit  a cuiimform���yoiir pharmacist has been  paid directly toy Pharmacare.         i  *%   Unlvcr>s��f Coverage���providing  . mUm pnitlnl reimbursement  Other persons and ilicir tlcptyidenisvyho or*) x  ^......rcgijHcrc^   : ��� .: \ ��� ���  with the Medical Services Plan of British Columbia are  eligible for Universal Pharmacare. 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Mot Amour*; 1��00-  ��� Mini-Fee; 1230-Lee Coqueluchoe; 1340-Teloiournal; 13J5-F��mmo D'Auiourd'hui; 14.30-Le Tempo Do Vivra; HrOO-Bobtno;  16.30-L* Grenior; 17:00-fHeure Do Polnte; 1S*00*Co Soir: HHXH-a* Bellos^tialoiroa De* Paya D'En Haul: 20W*Jam*le  Deux Sana Toi; 20-30-Hetro-Spee; 21^0-Hora Sorio; 22JO-Conaommotour> Avertte. a2-3��Telojournal, 22-JS-Nouvetloa Ou   Sport;MOS-WiftoHO'UnPay*:M1��-ClMmi!"LWI'HIV*/", I 4^-lolo|ournal   CHANNEL 28 8-10-Ouverture El Horoiro; H5-Le* 100 Tour* Do C*nlour;T--30-Las Oraliona; -MS-En Mouvemenl, 10;0O-L�� Boito A  Lallres; 10-15-VirBlnla, 10-JCHUoguine-Eiproaa; 11-00-Lo* Trouvaille* De Clamonco; 1120-Uon Paya. 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Mar, 22 ��� Toon Contro Drop In, Wilson C|rook Scout Hall, 7:30-9:30 p.m.  11 a,m, to A p.m, library & Information,  Mar, 23 ��� Dingo, Pondor Harbour Community Hall, 0 p,m,  Mar, 23 ��� Dingo, Gibsons OAPO, Harmony Hall, 0 p.m.  Mar, 24 ��� Sr, CltUons Drop In, Wilson Crook Communlly Hall, 2-4 p.m.  Mar, 25 ��� Drldgo, GoH Club, Q p.m. Evoryono Wolcomo.  ^\ar, 26 -   Uoni Club Annucrt Eastor Egg Hunt ��� Hackott >ark, 1 p,nv  Evoryono Wolcomo. , i  Mar, 20 ��� Drldgo, Go|l Club, 1 p.m, Evoryono Wolcomo.  ' Mar, 20 - Toon Contro Drop In, Wilson Crook Scout Hall, 7i30.9i30 p.m.  ��� AprJU ���-���-PNO Club Party, Ian Smith l>o'mo",0 p.m.,    ,,, ���>  April 6 - Drownlos & Girl Guides 1,A rogular mooting, Judy Mayrand  Houso, 0 p.m, 003-3620 for Info, " ���     '   ���    .  April 10 ��� Roborls Crook Hospital Auxiliary Mooting, St, Aidans Hall, 11  a,m,  April 11 ���-family Danco, Rob��rtt Crwk Community Hall. Tlckots at ���,  , Soavlow Mkt.  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'   ���" PT .,'..' .Ip" ,',',���,11 ., p p..  ��� K'^i^iw^rteM  friWft:;:'  - ijwstfcpti  iij'i'S'i'i'i^  r*  .���.''������J .���P-.PPl^  ��� ��� \ * >  -Ifmnm (!-'>>^j(i*prtrJt^w,te*t**#*5*M��-  t'     (  A.  / A   '-   . ���!������  .��� "I.  Home-grown is just as good  By ROBERT FOXALL  - At. the general meeting March 16 of  Senior Citizens Assn. Br. 69,;we saw one  new member introduced ��� Jack McLeod  ��� and enthusiastically sang "Happy  Birthday" to those celebrating .birthdays  during the month. We learnt that our paid-  up membership now fofafs '246, We appointed Elizabeth and Jifti Derby to be our  delegates to the provincial convention in  - company.-with-President William -Scott..  JMay 15-17 at Cranbrook and approved the  payment of necessary expenses. . *  Dave Hayward reported that the bus  trip of March 2 was very -successful.  Fourth Thursday" in March 23 will-see us  meet for a session of bingo. Then Dave  plans on driving to the homes of" several  members who have extensive plantings of  daffodils to offset the loss of the trip to the  Portland Daffodil Festival. I am sure we  will find our home-grown daffodils fully as  beautiful as -those-grown -elsewhere.-  Somewhere in the afternoon we will take  that "pause that refreshes",' most  probably in the'Hall before starting our  ' little trip.      "  . The Sick Visiting Committee advised  - that PastrPresident Bill Wilson is in St,  Paul's Hospital, Vancouver. I have since  met Florence and she advised that Bill'  was resting well and would.be undergoing  surgery early-in the week.-We all send our-  \ best- wishes and hope you will soon be  back to take part in our our activities, Bill.  . Bowling Committee reported that the  attendance was really, growing and last  time it had been necessary to put out the  third carpet. We are tohave a visit'from  Roberts Creek~5owlers on April 31 Let's  turn out in force to welcome our visitors  whether we bowl or not. Dancing Group  advised that they were having good times  and attendance at the^ Wednesday afternoon sessions_b_ut that attendance had   t.- ������yli^A^ i���mlw.jr    p.*���#!ra���t-A*��J   p^w.^.^l^^r  and volunteer your services. This/\will.  include upholstering any. damaged chairs  as soon as the material arrives. The shed  has been wired and some'of our equipment  is on hand. We should have some good  fellowship and .a lot- of satisfaction from  showing off our old skills. :  There will be a Ways and Means  Committee Meeting March 21 at 10:30 a.m.  and-a meeting for those involved in-the  plant sale-April 11-at-10:30 a.m.   - There will be an Executive Meeting at  10 a.m. April 4, and the regular monthly  meeting is April 20, 1:30 p.m.  President Scptt continues ��� to act as  Rentalsman and can be contacted at 885-  2401. Let's have a volunteer for this interesting position.  The   monthly   draw   for  Shop-Easy,  vouchers  had  the   following   winners:  absent ��� Ena Armstrong, C, Lucken and  -Kathleen Philips, and present -Evelyn  Bushell, Amy. Kelway and Isabel Draper^  The book supply is "getting low" in our  circulating Library so look into your own  shelves and bring in any books you have on  hand to our next meeting. They will be  very welcome. .  - Have yourselves a Happy Easter arid  don'tforgettovolunteeryour.abilities and  services for the mutual benefit of all of us.  Wednesday, March 22,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page A-7  cancer  GIBSONS CHAMBER of Commerce  President Jon McCrae discusses the  "provincial government's "Youth"  Employment. Program with  representative Josepfi" "Calatto.  Calado was in Sechelt last week to  seek out and screen- prospective"  employers for the summer program.  Under the. program, students and  unemployed youths on the peninsula  have a chance to find a summer job  and" perhaps' learn a "trader The  program, involves government,funding as an incentive for creation of  jobs by businesses,.farms.and nonprofit organizations. The deadline for  application is March 24.  In 1977 Cancer Dressing Station  workers of the Order of the Eastern Star  dedicated 366 hours to make a total of 2,067  dressings for cancer patients on the  Sunshine Coast. . ��� ���  Dressings are supplied free of charge to  cancer patients through the Coast  Garibaldi Public Health unit upon a  "writterffequest from a'doctofrTheservfce"  was> extended last November to include  other than cancer patients.  Dressings for cancer patients are  provided by. the Grand Chapter but  materials for the various dressings for  non-cancer patients are bought by the  local chapter. These materials include  guaze, cellucotton and absorbent cotton.  The advantage of having an active  group in the area is that special size and  thickness dressings can be made to suit  the needs of the individual patient as  required. '   "��� '   , * .  ���  _ Anyone.who has unneeded cotton or  flannelette sheets or other non-silky  material could assist this group with a  donation.   This  material   is  used   for  dressings or fof sale as rags. Scraps of  new material are used' by the ladies who  sew for sale at the bazaar, All. proceeds  buy the materials for dressings or support  cancer research.  Contact Mrs. B. Rankin, convenor, or  Mrs. E. 'Fisher, co-convenor, to have the  material picked up.  Walk it to me!  '<kS  '7  fiiRTtaftJcrionm  ���*���***���������*���*������������������  *  *  *  NOW OPEN  Raggedy Ann's  lower Gibsons  __ dressmaking - alterations  repairs - ready-made clothes  & Craft Items  886-2515  closed on tuesday  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  * * * if * * * * + * *-*-*-*-* if if if  ..���  *"  ��������������**���***���������������*���*������������������*���**������* a-***^  been disappointing at the last/ evening  sessicm7~After-allryou-maTriedrmeir  The Regional'Board has requested a  written interpretation of the district's  zoning bylaw following a call for a "stop  work order"> made by Sandy Hook  residerifsagainst an asphalt mill in that  area. \  A delegation of the Sandy Hook Home  Owners AssociationattendedJthe_Mar.clLl6  Planning Committee meeting of the board  calls for bylaw definition  are putting these evening dances on for  your benefit. How about reciprocating?  " It was decided to list our activities in  the Lions Club Calendar and approval of  the necessary expenditure vtjas granted.  The matter of a fence will be discussed  with the owners of the adjacent property.  Elizabeth Derby, reporting for-the-Ways  to protest what it called "illegal" .B.C.  we-^Blacktop  operation  at  Pacific Kim  Aggregates, which is not zoned for  manufacturing.  Frank Giampa, chairman of the  association, said that B.A. Blacktop was  operating an asphalt manufacturing plant  at Pacific Rim without the benefit of a  permit.  Regional- District Planning Director  Robyn Addison told association members  Two fined for  impaired driving  - Arnold -Milton Blomgren" was "fined"  and Means committee, said'that they are  well organized now "and prepared for the  May Tea.    *,',../. -a   ���  Dave Hayward will masterfhind the  plant sale. We are havii��*^f garden crafts  table at the plant sale arid members are  _asked to consult Mr. Ken Wright at 885-  12827 if they have materials or know-how  which would be useful/in helping to stock  such a table. There will also be a- novelty  table with items suitable for the season,  under the guidance pf Madge Bell, 885-  9401.   The   committee   is   asking   for  donations of scrap lumber, cloth, cord or  any materials that can be put to use in  making novelties.   j ., ���        ;  They are also asking for MEN who caff  -sewpcutrout-^tterp^lue-or-hSmmerf  They would like us tp build a doll house for  a Fall raffle or a draw at our Christmas  dinner. I stuck out my neck and said I  knew we could get many accomplished  crafstmen for this work.  So please phone Elizabeth at 885-2403  ���"w* ciTT/'i  $1,000 in provincial court last Wednesday  after pleading guilty to a charge of impaired driving. -  -r-The-Gibsons faller has until' July 1 to  pay the fine, in default three months in  jail.   .  Blomgren has been put on probation for  . six months, during which time_ he will be  required to attend alcoholic treatment  programs and an impaired drivers'  s course. His licence was also suspended.  Another Gibsons man pleaded guilty to  a   charge   of   impaired   driving   after  knocking a tree onto the highway with his  car Feb. 24.  ,      Donald James Fransden told police  4 that he looked'down.to use his CB radio  ^^nd4lib-riext-thing-he-4aiewL4heltre��j��as_  about 10 feet in front of him.  The B.C. Ferries worker was fined $500  in default 14 days and put on probation for  six months. Fransden must pay the fine by  ' April 15 and attend the impaired driver's  course during his probation period.  at an earlier meeting that since the"  "asphalt mill was a~poftable plant and^no-  biddings were needed, it didoiot require a  permit to proceed with operations.  "Mixing asphalt does not constitute-a  change of land use," said Addison.  Giampa said that he was told by Addison that since B.A. Blacktop was not  contravening the bylaw, the association's  -onl^recourse-would-ISe civil actibh-against  the mill on the grounds of nuisance, noise  or pollution if applicable.  Giampa said he was told by the planner  that he would have to get a legal  defoliation of "manufacturing" as it was  the district's solicitors opinion that zoning  bylaw was being obeyed.  "I was so shocked-I couldn't talk for a  few minutes," said Giampa. "Is this what  we can expect from the planning department?"  Peter Hoemberg, Area B Director,  recommended to the board that the matter  be put to the district's solicitors for a  written submission.  "If "we were to agree with the residents  necessarily alienating the people who pay  the bills."  The 'written legal submission will  determine whether or not'the asphalt'mill  falls within proper non-confprming use of  the site at Pacific Rim Aggregates.  "And," jjaidCharles Lee, Area C  indeed B.A. Blacktop is  manufacturers, then ob-  Director,  registered  'if-  as  viously they (Sandy Hook Home Owners)  *  ANNOUNCEMENT  Allgames-at  PENDER HARBOUR BINGO  will be up to $15, $20, $25.  Our Jackpot will start at  $300 in 50 calls, $250 in 51 calls,  $200 in 52 calls, $ 150 in 53 calls,  50 calls or more ��� $ 100 each week.  �����    -  ��������  Cards 3 for $2.6 for $4.9 for $6.12 for $8.  have a point.  Fitness folks  get a hand  l^Hh��-Fitness 4Servicer due^o-fold-atthei  end of March, may continue in the fall with  Regional Board support.  The board voted in favor of applying for  a Canada Works grant that would allow  the project to be kept going under new  sponsorship.    V  Fran Berger, program co-ordinator,  said that Canada Works-has-notified the-  Community Resources-sponsored group  that its grant would not be renewed after"  its expiry date at the end of the month.  Bergef\had expressed fears last week  that the successful project would fold, but  said a new sponsor might save the Fitness  Service.  . .���.. . ���w      Board Director Peter Hoemberg said it  withquta legal opinion .we could get into av. wouldbe "quite awhile" before the board  legal-hattle-with-B^^-Blacktopif-said������uknow-whether4heir-applicationIoiLthe  Hoemberg. , grant is accepted.  Area A Director Joe Harrison said the  ^  ���  Every Thursday at 8 p.m.   PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY CLUB BINGO  *���**������**���������������������������**������***���������������*  *���* *  *a&��rlr   ����.  cower Pt. Rd. GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES loWcii,*,���  mmtm,  LET'S GET GROWING  spring Special  4-10-10 FLOWER & VEGETABLE  FERTILIZER  <5.49 per 40 Ib. Sack  PARKLAND UIWN GRASS SEEDS  $1.59perlb.  board would be taking a narrow view by  accepting only one legal opinion.  "I'd like, to see this legal opinion in  writing," he said,* "I think we're uri-  Since 1950, the mortgage and real  estate investments of life insurance  companies-in Canada have financed more  than one million homes for Canadians.  I  I  I  I  * Put your manage Into 4,000 hornet  115,000 readers) In these economical  spots". Your ad Is always there for quick  reference ... anytime!  Sunshine  Here's an economical way to reach  4,000 homes [15,000 readers] every  week. Your ad waits patiently for ready  reference .... anytime!  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J^HQNE 886-2952   Box 276, Gibsons    ,  DESIGNS  ELECTRICIANS (cont'd)  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  j,  ��� Residential^ Commercial Wiring  ��� Polo Line Installations  ��� Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062 Rick Sim  FIBERGLASSING  1  y.  FIBERGLASSING  Sundecks* Boat Repajfs  r  Got the blues?  Want, to S^t away from  itall? ;_ ._ Jl^^  Take a walk!  pMwtpawonm*c  Walk a Mock.Today.  COMMERCIAL ft RESIDENTIAL  DESIGN SERVICES  15 yrs. oxporlonco on  large fi, small pro|octs  now serving the Sunshine Coast  ^k^A.L,,.^m,.^,:^,^ ,������.,.J��ch��lt  ..wmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  DISPOSAL SERVICES  ��� ��� imMw��w��nil^��wi��ww����lp��iww.iwiii n wiwwwwwm ��� ��������� ��� ��� -wi  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole'i Cove  Tel j 886-2938 or 885^9973 .  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  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HUm *p��ir��p|t(.^8-('t*jjBJ��'Wj��^ *#*# jH*-p*  W #jK ftMPP^W WtwMW HWTVibM  �����f^4<(w^��ife�������wi**pift=t��fei Hffi"i>�� lnmsiV"te>:t w tf0Mrw��y��<��V n-r iV vt'OtfKiruiWw&r'nWi ��� ��ii��*-^."i MW*�� -p* ��p  V go*��iie'r&?i��iri>.'.-an-<to*i$"*M'$-if' ���* *��ffl-*��' unhtV^.^tK^MUf'i'^A w V **����ssn* jr\  ���X' ���/���.���������'��� \  AX >  ���k_L  Gales slip past Burnaby  in two fast-paced games  By ED LANDS \ before Hopkins tapped in  Bodnarek's  SUNDAY - Gales 9, Burnaby 8 rebound, Hopkins had hit the crossbar,  The Burnaby Blue Devils demonstrated   after completely ��� out-foxing Blue Devil  Sunday why they rank number two in the , goalie Gary-Hepting.  Pacific Division of the Burnaby Amateur      Of the nine penalties handed out, six  JHockeyJLeague, coming from a fqur_gpal__w_ent tothejGaJesjnia_ well-played game,  deficit in the third period to tie up the   The Blue Devils, who -are tied for second  *n-  *(*���'  Coast Gales 8-8. Gales veteran Sean Van  Strepan slammed home the tie breaker  with a little over a minute left in the game!  In what must be the most exciting  game thus far in the Gales' premiere  season, the more-than-enthusias'tic crowd  was treated to a well-executed affair.  The opening period was a carbon copy  of the previous night's g&ne, except the  visitors struck first...At the 2:30 mark,  Kennedy popped in McCormick's pass.  . Dave Mewhort responded for the Galesat  3:24 on a pass from Butch Rogers. Rob  ,6rpen (Stu's ofder brother) scored from  Kelly Bodnarek and Les Hopkins at 4:40  and Rogers completed the opening stanza,  scoring-from Roy-McBrien-at 12:59.  The first frame also had Lafontaine of  the Blue Devils and Rick Ion of the Gales  penalized for fighting.  Bodnarek scored the first of two goals,  at the 2:40 mark of the second "period on a  splendid individual effort. Kennedy  replied for Burnaby less than two minutes  later, McCormick and Mason assisting.  Mewhort bagged his second of the game at    affair 11-8.  place in their five-team division of the  Burnaby Amateur Hockey League, proved  excellent opponents and ones to be commended for a fine attitude toward-* the  game.' )  Red and Orange  top IHL action  With three games remaining in the  regular season, the March' 12 games  loomed important for all four teams~in the  IndustriaMiockey League.  The early game had the Black  Marauders coming-out fast, scoring the  first goal. But an inconsistent Black  defence combined with the pinpoint  passing of the Red Barons quickly downed  the Black Boys 9-2." "  The second encounter of the evening  saw the Orange Ruggers outscore the  Green Machine in a very high scoring  the seven minute mark, Rogers and Stu  Orpen assisting.- -  Hopkins and Bodnarek, scored within  three minutes of each other before the "  Devils' Wallace netted one from Soroka  and Fraser with two minutes left in the  period. .   Jordan Drought the Devils to within  The Black face the Orange before the  Red tangle with the Green in the second  half of the twin bill on March 19.  DR; BRUCE HOWE, head of the  Physical Education Department at,  the University of Victoria and coach  -of the B.C. Reps, was_a guest at the  tlibsons   Rugby   Club   on   Sunday  March 12. Dr.__Howe .spent the>first  part of the d^y running over in-  vdiyidual players_skills arid held a  game discussion period over lunch.  Team work concepts, team skills and  set scrum work was the agenda for  ttie afternoon,, Dr. Howes practical  and technical advice is aimed at"  enriching the club in preparatioA for  the play offs coming up in April. The  Vancover Rugby Club standings  show Gibsons Third Division in third  place and Gibsons Fourth Division in  fifth place.   Sports briefs  -three-^oals-oHhe-Gales-at-the=l-^0--mark^=  McBrien's one-handed goal 44 seconds  later put the Gales,back up by four,  Mewhort making a rink-wide pass to his  right winger to end him inon the second-  string Burnaby goalie.  An outstanding Burnaby scoring spree  by Bryan, who netted four consecutive  goals in nine minutes, tied the game with  less than six minutes remaining; Thomas  assisted on all four goals.  Then, with-merely 1:11 to go, Van  Strepen proved his worth, cramming in an  Ion pass. Bobby Dixon also was credited  with an assist on the play.  In, addition to scoring sprees, penalties  were! in abundance. Gales goalie Sam  Casey, who made several saves enroute to  victory, was handed a two^minute unsportsmanlike conduct penalty after he  broke his strike over his crossbar following  a Blue Devil goal.  Rogers didn't like the call and let the  refer"ee\know in no uncertain terms. He  received a misconduct and subsequently a  ^ame-TOiseonduct^enaltyT-WhiclTIefrthe-  Gales two men short for two minutes.  The Blue Devils took advantage of the  situation, scoring two goals, the second  one after a Gale was allowed to leave the  penalty box after the first Devilish power  ,play.  In all, the Devils netted 31 minutes in  ���- penalties ���;while the Gales collected 41  minutes, plus the game misconduct to  Rogers,. \\ /' .  SATURDAY ��� Gales 7, Burnaby 4  Coast Gales coach Jerry Dixon  inaugurated a couple of line changes for,  the Saturday night game between, the  Burnaby Blue Devils and the Gales. The  new linemates elided with consistency as  the Gales triumphed .7-4. ,  Most notable of the lines was Rick Ion-  Sean Van Strepen-Bobby Dixon line. With  a lot of hit and hustle (sounds like a new  dance) Ion and Van Stepcn managed to set  up the well-positioned Dixon for two goals,  The two elder statesmen seemed to instill  more aggression in young Dixon who  cnguged himself in an unusually physical  game. >  . '  Van Stepen celebrated his 32nd birthday wjth two supreme efforts to assist  , Dixon on both his goals, while Ion was  close at hand at most times. His recently  acquired rightwing position seems to suit  him just fine, thank you.  Tho other newly-formed line had Kelly  Bodnarek, in his second weekend series  since a knee injury sidelined Wm earlier in  the season, centering Jim Grey on the left  side und big Us Hopkins on right wing.  Hopkins' mobility combined with  Grey's tenacity and the Bod's quick moves  and head resulted in four goals. Hopkins,  into of the,Williams U��ke hockey scene,  powered In two tallies while Grey and  Bodnarek each netted a goal, In spite of a.  vory tender bnck, Jim Grey still gives It all  * he's gotrAs*for Kelly,;he's Just a superb  atlilcto with his' corrtpctltivc spirit being a  driving force. ���        ,  Gules' other line of Butch Rogers  certerlng Roy McBrlen nnd pnyc Mewhort  figured In the scoring as well, McBrlen  snnpplng ijyi, Randy Lcgge pass.  ��� The opcniilg period saw tho Gales  quickly jump into a 3-0 lead on goals by  Hopkins, McBrien.and Bodnarek Ijefore  the Blue Devils were able to respond,  Thomas nnd Jordon doing tho scoring.  Tho second period provided oKcollont  end-to-end rushes with Gules' gonllo Sam  Casey taking tho spotlight.  Casey's superlative netmindlng made  tho difference, putting aside all Blue Devil  blasts In the second frame While tho Gales  SENIOR MEN'S FASTBALL  A meeting is being held Wednesday,  March 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the Gibsons  Athletic Hall to organize the Senior Men's  Fastball League. All those interested in  playing and forming a team are asked to  attend this meeting.  CURLING  The Sechelt Ladies League and the  Men's SeniocCurlers held their Mixed Fun  Day on Tuesday, March 7 at the Sechelt  Ice Arena. Four end games were played  with Jim Budd making up the draw and  keeping score. Trophies were presented by  Mrs. Catherine London.  The Tam London Memorial Trophy was  won by the Lucas rink, Loretta ��� Lucas,  skip, March Pierce third, Audrey Benner  second "and Helen Pierce lead. Second  prize went to Maedel rink, Marg Maedel  skip, with Steve Pylot, Sharon Page and  Dune Roberts sharing the honors. Third  jrizeweriLta-the-Faye-Hansen-Ruiirwitir  Tom Mark, Lucy_Cristmas and "Fred.  Grieves. The 'Strongest Prize' goes to the'  Bill Fraser rink with Anne Renriie, Ernie  Booth and Carmen Dolan^Dunc Roberts  was recognized for being the'oldest curler  with_ 26 years behind him and Bonnie  Wigard, with just sue months, as the  newest curler. Mrs. Sylvia Jackson'  thanked everyone, for ^making the day a  success. - ���  . ��� The Annual Curling Meeting was held  at the arena on Thursday, March 9. Officers elected for the next term are;  Colleen McCuaig, Faye Hansen, Ed,  Rennie, Garth Davis, Lee Davis and Bill  Nestmen.* Those with terms still running  are Larry Paradoh; the president, Dave  Ashton, Gordon Dixon, Gladys Skinner  and Bill Clark. The March 24 to 26 Bonspiel  /was,discussed, registration so far has been  good,, and a plan to order gloves and  brooms for next season'^yvas approved.  Spectators are welcome to attend the  March 24 and 26 bonspiel.  B.C. NATIVE HOCKEY  TOURNAMENT  The Salish Hawks will represent the  Lower Mainland at the British Columbia  AH Native Juvenile Championship Hockey  Tournament in Kamloops on March 31  through April 2,  Last year the Hawks took the Third  Pla<?c Trophy falling only to Kamloops  which took first placo and Vernon, which  took second. In tho first game of last  year's tournament the Hawks beat  Kamloops by a sound (1-1 and they're  determine to come home with a greater  victory this year.  FISHING  They wero "catching springs off Sandy  . Beach near Keats Island last week.-Six to  seven pounds has been the average size.  Port Mellon, Twin Islands and most of tho  other local apota have picked up with live  bait now available at Gibsons Harbor.  Minor hockey  No Minor Hockey games will bo played  on March 25 and 26. League play Ml  resume on March 30 with an Atom division  game between the Kinsmen and T&T  Truckers.   "  KINSMEN AND T&T TRUCKERS  Following Is the schedule for the playoffs, to be played April 1 and April 2 at tho  Sunshlno Coast Ico Arenm ,    ,       .  Saturday, April 1 -~ legion vs TBS    By RICK CROSBY  SOCCER  Mainland League ��� , On Saturday,  March 18 the Renegades tied the first  place West Vancouver Royals at Sentinal  High School in West Vancouver. This  game leaves the Renegades ih second  place in the Mainland Division. That same  afternoon over at Metro Park in Vancouver the Sechelt Chiefs lost to Air  Canada 7-0.     " "  In Coast League action at the Reserve  field on. Sunday, March 19 the Pender  Harbour Bananas walked off with a 5-0  victory over the Redskins. Pat Doyal and  Brian Evans scored two goals each and  Gerry Mercer got one. This leaves the  Bananas in first place in the Coast League.  At Hackett Park that same afternoon  Wakefield United beat the Redskins 6-0.  Wakefield was up 3-0 at half time. Early in  the second half they scored again and got  two more goals fbr^jolidsix_pointJ.eadr  GOLF  ' I The Sunshine Golf and Country Club'  Winter Tournament ended t>n Sunday,  March 19 with Joe Kampman and Al White  winning the championship for the second  year in a row. Kampman and White beat  Dick and Norma Gaines in the finals on  March 19 after knocking Cliff and Glenna  - Salahub out off the semi finals last week.  The two finalist teams were even stepping  onto the fifteenth tee. Ori the sixteenth hole  Kampman and White were up two holes on  the Gaines. Whites tee shot, on the  seventeenth left him two feet from the  hole, sinking it on his next shot gave them  a birdie ahd clinched "the tournament. The  Winter Tournament Cup will be presented  to Kampman and White at the Trophy  Dinner next Fall.  RUGBY  The Gibsons Fourth Division Rugby  club was knocked out of the playoffs on"  Saturday, March, 18 |n the first game  against UBC played at Jericho Park in  Vancouver, At,the same time the Thirds  played and lost to Tsawwassen in a league  game played at Tsawwassen.  HOCKEY  Sallsh Hawks coach Val August expresses his thanks td L. Reardon, Herb  August, Ted Dixon and the many more  people wha have supported the Havyks this  season.  were having'trouble organizing InHEhcir^ Ui46tolil0|Glbsbn��vaMercuryland 1��1(U  16 2:30; Klasmcn vs Elphlnstono Rec. 2:46  to <U05; Standard Oilers vb twin Creek  4:05 to 5:30.  Sunday, April 2 ~ T&T vs Elphlnstono  RwrtwmrtoflWfP^  0{15tol0!30; Codaralnn vaGT's 10i45to  i2 noon; Family Mart vs'Weldwood 12;15 '  p.m. to 1:30; IiCglon 140 vs SuperValuJ>iJ!R  own end.  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V  *u��  X  ur All vrinnniTmiL     r _ _i. __���!...       i_  vvORKcjiva r u i me iuuMiuig tuucues  on the new reservoir being built at the  Gibsons works yard as -a third zone  . tank to increase the pressure in .the  upper areas. When finished the tank  wui aiso De used tor water storage.  The reservoir is being built despite  zoning restrictions on the village  property.  Roberts Creek settlement plan  gets board's first approval  The Sunshine Coast Regional Board   the cost of such a study.,  gave first and second reading, to the       Glew said the study's purpose is to  -Eoberts-Creek-OffiGial-SettleHient-Plafl���analyze-the-eeonomie-stability-of an area  JThuKday^nigh^^ropping^a���section-^and-to-offer-assistance-where^tabilityris-a  regarding a solid waste disposal site.        problem.  A provision in the draft stated that a       Terms  Tuwanek zoning moving ahead i  ' Despite   strong   objections   from   knowo  what's  best for his area,  but  Tuwanek property owners and Area C    ultimately gave the planjiis^blessing and.  Director Charles Lee, th^eg]onal_board---the-two--thirds~majority needed for ap-  has approved third'reading of a bylaw-that proval.-  would rezone the Jackson Bros, log dump>  property to an Industrial 5 zone.  . Jackson Bros, has originally sought to  rezone their property to Industrial 4 but a  public outcry that this might cause industrial pollution of the Tuwanek area  resulted in the compromise Industrial 5'  zoning;. ��� _" '  The company requested the 1-5 zoning  to legalize its log sorting operation, which  existed prior to zoning prohibiting such  business in the area, but local residents  feared this rezoning would lead to  establishment of a sawmill-at-the-site.   -  The company wishes to erect an office  building   and   storage   sheds _on ". the .  property, butJspolfesman Mike Jackson .  said there are no definite plans to expand  the Tuwanek operation.  Charles Lee, board director for the  Tuwanek area, urged the board to leave  the zoning "as it is."  Lee said that since Jackson is "unfortunately such ah honest man" and  admits he has no plans for expansion, the  board should consider the existing nonconforming use a viable alternative.  Jackson told the board that the company  wanted the rezoning so that it could carry  on its activities legally and "do things,  according to the needs" of the operation.  Area A Director Joe Harrison voted  against the rezoning because he said that  mandate  director  SUPER VALU'S  e 1st s500 SHOPPING SPREE  WINNER IS  MISS M. STEVEN - GOWER PT. RD.  ANOTHER DRAW TO COME  Use Times' Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy, Swap etc.  C\  disagree  area  solid waste disposal site is not necessary in  the local area of Roberts Creek since the  community is close enough'to use the site  at Sechelt, but Garbage Committee  of reference are set by the  district said Glew, and the only obligation  of a committee set up for such a feasibility  study would be to finish the project once  started.  George Gibb suggested a second loolTat ���The information is for the use of the  the problem. district," said GlewT"for where you are  A public hearing will be held at the end   and where you want to go."  of April by which time the engineers will'      A similar economic base study con-.  have discussed other plans  regarding   ducted   in   Powell  Wiver   cost   ap-  garbage disposal in the Roberts Creek  area.   *  The board also made amendments to  the district's "home industry" bylaw.  , Under the provisions of this bylaw  limited industrial use would be allowed on  residential properties within certain rural  zones.  The board will follow Technical  Planning Committee recommendations  that the use not be allowed in A3 zones and  that a maximum size of 45 sq. meters be ho  placed on accessory buildings.     ..,,.,  .The,: board's, amendments���to*- the  bylaw would restrict the number c$ employees to one other than family members  and'reduce the setback of buildings used  for home "industry from 30 to 20 meters.  Area E Director George Gibb opposed  the original 30 meter setback from  property lines, proposed by the TPC.  "In the majority of lots in. my area it  just couldn't be done," said Qibb, "you'd  ��� need 200 feet before you even started."  The amended bylaw will have to go  back to public hearing for input. The board  will consider an economic base study of  the Sunshine Coast following a visit to the  board by Crawford Glew, a Manpower  Consultants Service representative.  Under a federal government program,  Manpower will contribute 50 per cent of  proximately $30,000, said Glew.  In_ otherJt>oard business it was decided  that Soames Point was not a priority for  funding under the Green Belt plan.  A private-citizen.had appUed to the  provincial government to have Soames  Point included in the plan, but board  members felt that that area was not a  priority.  Gospel Rock was suggested by several  directors as a possible priority, but the  wilLreviewLthe4ssue-of-Green-Belts -Board-ChainnanTIarry "Almond had  before further action is taken. -Originally voted against the  rezoning,  ���j...A-.pMior.)a1js��ranunity.,twharf)at thiei agreeing ,;y\rj[th_HajTison. ..that a directoj  j&$.'Qe^owsprit Drive, in. the ^endeW-?^  A * -."'"���  Harbour area will go back to he Area  ' ���  "affectecTbythe rezoning; "       ~  Tuwanek and Sandy Hook residents  present at the board meeting cheered and ��  applauded Harrison's stance.  "He's the only" person elected by the  people in that area," said Harrison, "and ���  one of the problems of local government is  -that-other directors can overturn that  decision."  Other board members accepted the  ^rezoning proposal on the grounds that-the-  industry is needed and because the log  sorting operation existed in the area'  before most of the home owners.  Area  B_ Director  Peter  Hoemberg  disagreed with Harrison's remarks,  saying that the essence of democracy is.  that we do not follow the decisions of one"  man blindly. :  "If we always agreed with the area?'  director," said Hoemberg, "we wouldn't';  need the board." Kl  I   ���/ U-  0        ^mv  Ewerwthins  bu the Store  Fieldcresf  * Towels  * Tank Sets  Pulsating Hand Showers  McGregor Shower Curtains  All Plumbing Supplies  i\  Lions to start  ��� Sunshine Coast Lions Club announced  last week that the organization will begin a  newspaper recycling project, x'  Arrangements are beingiriado npw to  set up, deposit, and collection centres,  according to spokesjnin Jack Gibb. He^  said the club Jiopes to secure the  cooperation of other Lions clu*>s in the  area to make"tho project a penlasularwlde  undertaking.    *  AU profits from sale of tho paper will bo  donated, to Uie Children's Hospital and to  the blind. Gibb urged residents to begin  saving their, nowspapora now.  Further details of tho project will bo  announced soon.,       '��� , ������    ',  Planning Committee for further information following complaints from area  residents and a fisheries officer.  the community association organizing  the building of the wharf has requested an  additional 100 foot extension on their sublease to accomodate the required number  of berths and underwater rock that limits  design.  However, residents in the area fear  that it may become a commercial dock  and are worried that there may be parking.,  problems on the little street leading up/td"  the wharf. .y\  Fisheries Officer Ray Kraft,expressed  concern to Area A Directoi^Joe Harrison  that the proposed dockls'proximity to a  rock used for herring spawning might  upset the environment.  Harrison recommended the plan go  back to the ACP to check into these  problems arid possibly avoid upsetting  lopal residents. .  a'\ "These residents are old, retired and of  limited means," said Harrison.  The board will look into the cost of a  bikeway r<Jute for, Gower Point Road  following an investigation by district staff  into available funding for the project.  Once a cost figure is established the  matter will go back before the board for  action. '  Body discovered  at Jervis Inlet  LXj  The body of Donald Phelps, 49, jyas  discovered in Jervis Inlet early March' 13.  --Sechelt_RCMP,_say no foul play_Js.  suspected in the drowning death pf Phelps,  an employee of the Bear Bay Logging Co.  /The coroner will decide- whether an  /inquest will be held< when the autopsy  report comes back sometime this week.  Coast Mobile Homes* was hit by a  break, enter and theft last week.  Thieves took a swivel rocking chair,  two bar stools* an end table, a coffee table  and a pair of curtains from one of the  trailers.  / \  !W~y  m\\m  vr-  rl  Up-town Plaza,  Next to Andy's  Drive-In, Gibsons  SUNSHINE COAST  PEST  (k^gS) CONTROL1  883-2531  ������Hi'"'!' Gi  TGRffl DEPOSITS:  ju/l one of rikinu flexible /emice/!  Take home  an Easter Gift that" lasts  *1 JjA.IN.IS>,, <<��� SmJLJK. IvOsliitb  ���pXsHKiN JEWELLERY  ^Amm  hnrge Selection of Emter Cards  w .StoU^ AflBW^**mP'W��^���R*i'^��:  At   ?.��IL Mellon   Industries. Gibsons    '  Credit   Imfflmimii^^hmA to satisfy fc'  financial  needs of all  our members. That  ~mflanswtfn6"bTaTnOT ""���"���'""**"  And that's why we'll gladly negotiate  �� n��{o on any 5-year, term deposit over  .1! 10,000. (We pay a very Competitive rate on  other term deposits - up to 81/2% per annum!  And It's why we'offer free chequing to  the people in the community who need it the  most; disabled people-aitd-retIred folks on  n fixed incomes. (There's a much lower than  usual service charge of 10 cents per,cheque >  for our other members.)  And, of course, our rate on Special Savings Is pretty special! We doli't know of many  financial institutions paying 7% per nnnum,  based on tlio" minimum monthly balance^  ..H?J?PSyj!15i��l9B.ry..m9nthLi ::.���^._;:;:T ,,.^,x ,.,  Flexibility also plays a big part when It  ,comes to borrowing. Whether it's a low cost  personal loan you need, or a no-loek-in mort-  p��Ro    we're ready to help you the best way  ���  ���       .���' ���������' :������������-f"^ _r_.  ]____,__.  -jgu  il.-f'itf.   "ftti^-.^. ���    ii,'-'"���:-  S*''V.V'^* '"'' tt ^-'P'i,to'-aP-'I'fl'-*P0,''.A2-^iPVfp&"l^^P,P,.i''p'^*.^-L''^  r     Come m soon. Let's talk over your special financial needs!  1  f Xy^Wt^y^  mn .rm  Pof I fflellon  Indu/trie/Gib/on/,  "Serving the entirecommunity"  IWi!h-t'fl'p.:?iW��*(,-{!  I  1.  ����3  ���pfW'A'-  <'4 < -*���nw"i'���  ��0  o  Located next door to Const News  ."���1^4'���'pAilfHlSOX*^  ^���Glb����n^JJX!^V0IiJV(L�����^�����  * Telephone: 866.8121  ,  Hours; 10-5 Tiles, to Thurs  '"-OK.  0-5:30 Fri,; 10.  -" ��� >M ��������'*�������� ����.��"**���*�� ���<���>*,    -  Silt.  hSii*lW"*T��tf,5wA*# >'  U0 >"���# ����*S # / V A<W>,l��KltP�� IMW W'  * Wt'SMCv^-Wil"*'!'?-*. *q  ->  �� ���ff-(Hi-m^SiMM��lJ*>,Wl!  �� sw* j^wiftw^MML-ww��� #p*tt^**s���wifr^*��^^��>'��*-*-^ **  So>HM^*HpiffM-��tP>- i^^<a��f��H"plW��tWi*NW**i^^  V  *���  ���      I  '#* ���T  ��� i    ���      i .  ���. i  PHONE 885-3231  Page B-2"     The Peninsula Times   Wed March 22,1978  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231 " "  For Rent  Real Estate  Published Wednesdays by  . The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.    at Sechelt, B.C.".  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion .".....    .: $2.15  Three Insertions  $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)   60c  ,        DisplayAcfcBriefs  $3.60 per column inch.  Box Numbers ....-.-.. $1.00 extra .  legal or Reader advertising 30c  per count line.  Deaths,    Card    of    Thanks.    In  Memoriam,      Marriage      and  , Engagement, Notices  are  $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and, 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.  ^ ,y  Birth NoticesTComing Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m,  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:'  Local Area ���.. $7^00 yr.  .Outside Local-Area��� $fi.Q0.yr. -  U.S.A $lp.Q0yr.  Overseas .......'..,.. $11.00 yr.  JSenJor .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  CATERING! Let Roberts  Creek Hospital Auxiliary  take care of your next social  event. Quotations & menus for  private parties or���larger^  events from Mrs. Raines, 885-  3457 or Mrs. Ironside, 885-9286.   , : 4099-16-  Work Wanted  MAN,,53, reliable, wants job  as  caretaker B.C.  coast.  Reply Box310, Sechelt. 4162-19  SECHELT TAX Service. Your  local tax man. on Cowrie St.  in Sechelt. Returns from $9.  Tues.-Sat. 9:30-5:30. 4165-tfn  Help Wanted  EARN. $200  monthly  4haoT-^00&-fuU4iffler  I?  -Ei  art-  GIBSQNS: large^ bdrm apt.,_  stove   incl.   Avail,   immed. $200 per mo. 885-9834.  4087-17  - REASONABLE-RENT: _2_  bdrm mobile home, fridge &  stove incl. 885-2014.      4142-16  Wanted to Rent  MATURE responsible couple  to rent 1 or 2 bdrm house  ' avail. Apr. 1. Situated near  _ Madeira Pk. or close to Hwy.  Pis., ph. 2454724 or write J.  Ware, Box 1566 Ladysmith  _ V0R.2E0. 4069-17  SMALL   HOUSE   or   self-'  _ j:contained_cabin,_pref.-r-on~  ~ beach. In vicinity-of Roberts  Creek. Tues-Fri, 9-5, 886-2207,  Sharon. 4064-17  Real Estate '  NEW 3 bdrm, 1000 sq ft with,  view, w-w carpet, carport,  fireplace. Asking $39,500. Ph.  885-3773. .    3871-tf  * * ��� -  UNSURPASSED panoramic  . view- Garden Bay semi-  waterfront, 1 acre��, 3 bdrm,  1% bath, 16x24'-lvg rm w-huge  stone fp, 16x24 rec rm, iacuzzi  Kool, sauna, 2 sundecks, hw  eat. $87,500. Owner, 883-2318.  4136-16  _DAVIS BAY:., deluxe, new  home ih prestige location.  Million dollar view. $68,500.-  885-9328.    ��� 4090-17  Cars and Trucks  '62 MERCURY COMET 4 dr.  station wgn. Exc. cond. Ph.  886-2628. 416449  Livestock  For Sale  Legal Notices  GOVERNMENT over-  - spending is destroying  Canada enough! Informative  literature $2. Radical  capitalist movement of  protest. Box 1052, Duncan,>  B.C. Canada. ".We Stand on  Guard for Thee."���     4181-17  COAST FAMILY Society  ���   Meeting, April 5, 1978, 11  ajn^ House on end of  -payemmt_on^ckyejrRd7  "4151-17  Obituary  GREY: Passed away March  15,1978. Grace Grey, late of  Gibsons_a_t age of 67 years..  Survived by her loving  husband Rocky, 2 daughters, ���  ���Grace- Clemens���and�����etty-  Lennox, 11 grandchildren, 3  sisters:    Lina    Campbell,  asy^-  to. succeed with _our_training.-  Write Fuller Brush Co., c-o  Box 108," 808, 207 W. Hastings  St.,-Vancouver, B.C. V6B1H7,  or Mr. T. Diamond, RR 3,  Kamloops, B.C. V2C5K1. 3782-  tfn  REQUIRED: Jouneyman  Plumber experienced in all  phases of plbg and heating  uistall'n in the mechanical  trade. Also require journeyman sheet metal person.*  Also' ~4th yr.-"apprentice - in -  sheet metal and plbg trade.  Apply A.J. Samuel Plumbing  and Heating. Ph. (403) 823-  2025 days or (403) 8234198,  823-4051 or 823-2619 eves. 4126-  17    '  '76   FORD   CLUB   wagon  JSELMA PARie_nQ_bsmt,_3-l��� window���van.-Extra-seatr  bdrm, 5 yr old home. About   Almost new  rubber,  new  1450 sq ft of which 250 ft is   brakes. 34,000 mil. $5200. Ph.  unfinished. Priced well below   883-2318. ..4169-19  replacement value. 885-9328. - ,  4Q9M7 ���  3 BDRM HOME on Lookout  Dr, Sunshine Hts. 1300 sq ft,  full bsmt, ensuite, fp, _w-w'  carpet, FP $54,000.885-9027 for  app't. 4051-17  ENJOY THE, sunsets from  your own 2 bdrm. Gower-  Point-cottage. Only deadend  road between you~and7"the"  surf. Elec. ht. 100' lot, $38,000.  Follow Gower Point Rd. from  Gibsons. About a mile past  Bonniebrook Lodge.     4154-17  APPROX. Vz acre. 173 ft.  frontage, -quiet paved st.  12 x 68 mobile home furn. or  unfurn. Porch, storage .shed,  good garden. Room for rental  unit or future subdivision. Ph.  885-2670.      _ 4163-17  GARDEN BAY water view  lot. Cabin 600 sq. ft. elec.  heat, 2 bdrms, living and bath.  Needs some finishing. On %  acre. $16,500. Ph. 883-2318.  4168-19  ���68 MERCURY CYCLONE  502,4 sp., $225. Ph. 885-2101.  , 4187-17  ^74 TOYOTA % ton pickup  truck. "First~ class   cond."  Reserve bid. Ph. 885-9586.  . _ -" ���_ 4192-13-  - '72 CUSTOM 500, ps, pb,'auto,  - good c'Ond.-Must sell,-$1450.  -886-9868.      ��� ' 408637  75 MUSTANG 2 dr, 4 cyl, 4  spd,  radials,  5000  mi,  1  owner. $2950.883-2505.  4095-17  - -    ��� -��� ���- ���   ��� -   - ��  '68 AUSTIN" 1100, $150. 886-  2111. 410H7  '70 AUSTIN American 1300  sell for-parts, $75. Ph.v886-  9472. 4150-17  '68 CHEVELLE Malibu 2 dr.  h.t. 307 cc. Ph. 885-5007.4144-  417 -  '74 DATSUN B210 two door  . sedan. 29,000 miles. Ph. 885-  5007. _  _   4145-17  _CHICKS:__brown egg-layers,_  L white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early, ship  anywhere. Napier, Chick  Sales, 6743 216th St., Langley,  Box 59, Milner, B.C. VOX 1T0.  Ph; 534-7222. ;     M2rt��  GOOD LOCAL Ladner-ha/for  sale. Call 596-0920.   3634-tfn  BLACK TEAM  Mares, .approximately, 1500 lbs: Roan  team, 2-year-old Geldings.. All  - broke, to drive. 3. Registered-  Arabian  Mares,  1  Arabian  JStalliQn._Phone_8354358_4182-  17 -        ���      '  , LOSt���  -1      -  ;^  OLD  BROWNISH tortoise  shell cat, w-white feet from  trailer, end Hansen Rd, Robts  Ck: 885-5782. ' , 4108-16  6 MO. OLD tortoiseshell kitten  with red collar. Grathams  Ph. 886-8013 or aft. six 886-  2801. 4149-17  -���"   '        ������������������ ������'��� . - & ���   .���������������������������������-���-  FEMALE Doberman dog.  Brown   and    black.   In  Egmont-Pender    Harbour  area. Ph. 883-9033.        4157jl7   ��� .$. :���  .COMMERCIAL trailer,' 35- ft  Trailmobile van trailer on  tandem axle, good.cond.,  $2200.883-9290. 4110-16  '76 12x68' trailer, 3 bdrm,  $14,000; 8' camper, $300 obo;  10' boat w-Seagull.mtr,..$300  obo. 885-2496 aft. 6:       4103-16  Legal Notices  Pets  WANTWj  -Good-oi  .10. to. 33-ACRES.  terms. Some lakefront,  creekfront, timber. $14,500 to  $32,000. Phone Mars (112) 395-  4975, Roux (112) ,791-5402.  M&R Realty Ltd., Box 68,100'  Mile House, B.C. V0K 2E0.  (112) 395-2251. ' 4177-17  .Various--S0UTH OKANAGAN, 10 acres  or more. Irrigated, Suits  farm, orchard, houses. Paved  road, hydro, phorle^Seven  miles from Oliver.. $40,000.  Gus Fischer, RR2, Oliver.  V0H1T0. Phone (112) 498-3217.  4175-17  EXPERIENCED hairdresser,  _ start-May^-DayA-885-2818^  eves 886-7439. 4114-tf  80' WATERFRONT by owner.  2 bdrm home on Qualicum  Beach. Beautiful view facing  Georgia. Straights. Ideal  retirement;~$47;000. Phone:  412-604-752^742^ 4180-17  RURAL ACREAGES near  Silverton. 4.76 acres to 14  acres. Three creeks. Some  parcels partially cleared,  others.well timbered. Quiet  setting, $7,500-$24,000. Selkirk  Realty Ltd., Box 40, Nakusp,  B.C. VOG IRQ. Phone 265-3635.  "      -    '   4183-18  BEAUTIFUL Kootenay Lake.  . Modern house for sale by  owner. Electric heat. W-w  carpet, fireplace. 1560 square  feet. Creek, large lot, $59,000.  Box 1730, Creston, B.C. V0B  ~lG0r Phone (604) (112) 223-  8486. 4174-17  Mortgages  Rhoda-Morrison and Violet  Anderson. Services were held  Saturday, March 18 at Devlin  Funeral Home, Gibsons,  Reverend D. Brown officiated. Cremation.     4171-17  Personal  DISCERNING ADULTS:  Shop ^discreetly by mail.  Send $1.00 for our latest fully;  illustrated catalogue of  marital aids for both ladies  and gentlemen.^pirect ���Action;.  "Marketing Inc." Dept. IO(;,  P.O. Box 3268, Vancouver,  B.C.V6B3X9. 3599-tfn  COME IN TO.J&C Electronics  for youp free Radio Shack  catalogue. 1327-tfn  MORTGAGE MONEY. An/  amount (25 years amortization). 1st mortgage from  10 pet., 2nd-mortgage from  12% pet. Residential, Commercial,    Builders.    J.D.  '72 - -TOYOTA���earollar 1600,~  $800. Ph. 886-2626.      4160-17"  '68 FORD % ton V8 auto. Runs  well. Ph. 886-9621.      4161-19   , __   Mobile Homes  10   x   55'   MOBILE   home,  washer & dryer incl. $4800.  886-9137. ' 4049-17  -10tt45-MOBILE home, good  cond. W-w carpet, stove and  frjdge. Moveable ^50��sq. ft.  addition with lg. skylights,  $6500. Eves. Ph. 885-9245. 4919-  19  MOBILE HOME 10x36 sun  porch, furn. or unfurn. Fully  connected. Subject to park  regulations. Reserve bid. Ph.  885-9586: 4I943T  -Gibsons..  [OD STOVE w-oven.  ndr-peply Box 572   4052-17  '-   APPLICATION FOR  A WATER LICENCE  -�� WATER ACT -���  (Section 8)   We, Donald C. and Reta J.  Brawn of 367 _ Beachview  Drive, JNorth~Vancouver,-B.Gir  VZG 1B5 liereby apply tp-the  Comptroller of Water Rights  for a licence to divert and use  water out of Ruby Lake which  flows southeast ,. and  discharges into Ruby Creek  and give notice of our application, to all persons affected.  The point of diversion will be  located at the land described  below.  The quantity of water,to be  diverted is 500 gallons per  day.  The purpose^for which the  water will be used is domestic.  The land on which the water  will be used is Block A of Lot  4698.    New    Westminster  .: .XX .'SUNSHINE COAST   -. -   REGIONAL DISTRICT  Synopsis     of     Proposed  Regulations   By-law   No.  ��� V126(2)���  . Being a hy-law to amend the  Building and Plumbing By-  " law No. 126. "-���"  By-law No. 126(2) proposes  the. following' changes:  (a) Section 2.4.2. Special  Inspections.  Vpiere an owner requests an  _.Jrispection that is not specified_  atibve "or if a_second,or_slib?_  ������ sequent   re-inspection   is  required by the Building  Inspector or requested by the  owner the owner shall pay an-  additional fee of $20.00 for'  each such inspection . (From  $15.00).  (b) Plumbing Fees  First fixture $6.00 (From  $5.00). Each additional fixture  $5.00 (From $3.50). " (v  The above is a synopsis of By-  Law No. 126 (2) and is not  deemed to be an interpretation of the by-law. The  by-law may be inspected at  the Regional District offices,  Sechelt, B.C. during regular  office hours.  A.G. Pressley  > Secretary-Treasurer  1 4172-17  WANT  9863.  good used  piano. 885-  4068-17  PUREBRED IRISH Setter, 18  mos.    old.    Good   with  children, $50. Ph. 886-7331 aft.  6. 4185-19  ^ : ^  PUREBRED Collie pups. Ph.  886-9587. 4184-19  'Wanted toRuy   WAN-TED to.buy: used'cribV  high chair, good cond. 886-  9497 aft. 6. .4047-17  WANTED  TO  BUY,   used  exercise bike. 883-2297.  4132-16  District, Plan 10413.  A copy of this application was  posted on the 2nd of January,  1978, at the proposed point of  diversion and on  the land  -where the water is to be used  and two copies were filed in  the office of the Water  Recorder at-635 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C  2L4.  Objections to this application  may be filed with vthe said  -Water Recorder of"with the  Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days  of the date of the first  publication of the application.  The date of first publication is  March 15, 1978  4104-15  Operation  Life^tqle  Lifestyle is seeking out balanced nutrition and avoiding miracle diets.  Lifestyle is keeping in shape  or resolving to get into  shape by  activity. .  regular physical  ForSale  JNVIIAIIONTO-TENDER-  IMn^-BAYXar���  to give care to children from   ^colour  scheme.   Large   3    10573 j^g George Highway,  infancy to 12. Care to be given  in child's or worker's' own  home. Day care needed from  Port Melloifto Egmont.   4170-  19    "     y ."���,���/  REPORTER-Photographer  for weekly newspaper.  Experience an asset. Must be  over 25. Send resume to  Vermilion Standard, Box 750,  Vermilion, Alta.TOB 4M0.  .: ;:���;���: ������'';���'v':^;;v4176-17 ���  OPERATOR manager in  ' Fairvietv, Alberta to  operate arid manage, wheel  alignment, brake, muffler  shop. Salary ��� bonuses  negoitable. Apply K&L Tire,  Box 66, Fairview, Alta. T0H  1L0. Phone (112) 403-835-2130. ,  4178-17  DIVORCE! $100 plus filing  fees. Obtain your lawyer  supervised divorce overltofi WELDER with machining  phone - fast! Call Self-CounserS^and fabrication experience,  Services toll free 112-600-663-   abl&Uo work with very little  v.  V-  .:/  3007.  Chargex and Master-  charge accepted. 4080-17  INCORPORATE! $7^.00 plua  filing fees. Obtain your  lawyer supervised lnP  corporation over the phone-  fast! Call Self-Counsel Ser-'  vices toll free, 112-800-663-  3007. Chargex -and���Master-���  charge accepted. 4081-17  PHOTOGRAPHS published ln  The Peninsula Times can bo  ordered for your own use nt  The Times office.    - 1473-tfn  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  meetings, 8:30 pm every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. Ph. 883-9608.  3440-tfn  DONATIONS to the Cnnudinn  Cancer     Society     nre  gratefully acknowledged and  AvIH   bo  devoted" solely  to  -cancer-research;-Donations  should bo addressed to the  Canadian Cancer Society, c-o  Mrs. A.J. Hatcher, Madeira  Park. Cards nre sent to tho  bereaved and  receipts  for  ���   Income tax purposes are sent  to tho donofs. 4152-17  Work Wanted  WHAT, DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, Insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed service?  ���Fair estimates?  Then glvo us a call:  PEEI1LESS  TREESRRYJCKPItfD,  '      W&2100  ' 758-lfn  supervision and willing to  r&tbcqte in Revelstoke for  permanent job. Top wages  and benefits. Call (112) 837-  5167 days or (112) 837-3459  evenings.     , 4179-17  For Rent  BACHELOR and 1 Wcm"apts.  Furn & unfurn in Gibsons.  W-W carpet, parking. Ph. 886-5  7490 or 886-2597.      ���      3248-tf  FOR RENT:  Wilson Creek  Community Hall. Contact  . Bonnlo Wigai'd at 885-9403,   .  3691-tfn  2 BDRM HOME 2 ml., west of  > Sechelt op Hwy 101. Large  lot, nice workshop or 3rd  bdrm, plua carport. $310 per  mo. Avail June 1. Ph. 885-2002  aft. fl. 4189-19  FULLY equipped 8 ft. cam-  ^ -pcpjpricfge,range;?umaecr|  sleeps 4. Vancouver winter  'rates. Ph. 805-2600 anytime,  4148-tfn  URGE     HOUSEKEEPING  rooms, Weekly or mortthly.  Ph. 005-3295 or 88(1-2542:   4158-  tfn  GiJEST HOUSE adjacent my  ocean    frontage.    Auto  electric homo, Halt Moon Bay.  Ph. 885-9698. 4159-17  RANCH In Pendor Harbour  aron for rent, from "end of  month. 2 bdrms, delightful  setting. Offering privacy, but  within easy reach of main hwy  ond marinas. Rent $350 per  iiior jCdntiiirSC WoSt"'"  bdrm home in Village of  Sechelt - ensuite, 2.fireplaces,  dining room, cedar feature,  walls, full basement, view:  Ph. 885-3675. tfn  WF HOME $65,000. Also 2 lots  at $12,000 each. Ph. 883-9998  or'467-3205. 4195-17  HWY 101: 1 acre w-2 bdrm  / home, fruit trees, creek &  ocean view. Only $39,900. 885-  -2902 or 885-5220.���"���4107-16  ��� '. -���'���"���' ,;'������', ���,' _j ; *   p, ., ,''''  FOR SALE OR RENT  .GARDEN BAY AREA  Like  new  12x68,  3  bdrm  trailer,  incl.   12x22  extra  storage cabin. Sale; $14,000 or  rent $200 per mo.  also  Small lte bdrm cabin, elec  heat,   semi-furnished   lge  double lease lot. Sale $12,500  or rent $140 per mo.  CALL 939-5506 or 939-0214  4112-17  FORSALE (By Owner); WF  home, sandy beach, 5 min.  walk to ferry, Langdale. 298-  0597. $89,500. 4042-17  RETIRING? Adult-oriented,  factory-built housing.;,  developments on Vancouver  Island, Lower Mainland and  Okanagan Valley. Info. Box  4002, Stn. A, Victoria, B.C. or  Box 822 Summerland, B.C.  4011-18  W. SECHELT, 2 levels, 3  bdrm w-revenue suite on  one-third acre. W-w  throughout, finished rec rjm,  up & down FP,, dbl carport,  patio ornamental landscaping  plus fruit trees. Cash to  mortgage, trades considered.  085-2451. 4096-17  Surrey, B.C. V3T 2X6. Ph. 588-  0411 or evenings 585-1603. 4030-  Business Opportunities  "A NEW WAY to make  money" B.C. Decor-Deck  Ltd. "Vinyl" for sundecks,  now have franchises open in  your area ��� while they.last.  Ph.112-596-1238. 4077-17;   NEW 12 WIDE  2 bdrm with separate dining  i*oom. "Use your $1,000 govt.  grant, as down payment:"   .  v    Balance bank financing   .  REGAL HOMES LTD.  6694 Kingsway  525-3688 or 522-3318  4146-20  Boats and Engines  HIGGS MARINE    .  SURVEYS LTD.___  n mttppittc t��� oni��� Saltery Bay Terminal (inside  i��w?��?HpMo3?f��5ta, i3fc' compound) a fast food service  m�� ��eM?nedJSiJ,rWtSr with limited menus to serve  nfiSE&^wn Adii���J���� ferry Patrons- closing <Wte  m^SnrfSoSifc^^'-- March (m 3lv< '1978** For,  COD.complete.satifefactionor. .specifications-ca^X -.Yates,-  money refunded. :Dealers  welcome. ^Wm. W. Larkin,  Canyon View Placer Mine,  Rock Creek, B.C. 3846-13  CAMP WARMLY anywhere in  100 pet. down-filled sleeping  bag,   72x78".    Detachable  lining. 885-9237. 4066-17'  886-2242 or Ei Bentley at .921-  7414.  4140-spt pub. Mar. 15,22,1978  DEALERSHIPS: Roadrunner  ; horse trailers. Supplement  present business or personal  income. Capital req'd $6000-  $12000. Ph. 271-3989. Trailer  Western Distributors, 12060  No. 2 Road, Richmond, B.C.  V7E2G1. 4122-17,  Campers and Trailers  24> TRAVEL TRLR, 73 fully  equipped, excel, cond, $4900.  ,Ph.883-9697. 4056-17  '76 24 FT Terry Taurus trlr.  New cond, ducted furnace,  lg fridge, twin beds, full bath.  886-7793. 4105-16  v HUSKY CAMPER   will   fit  DatsUn Courier or Toyota.  Cooler, stv. sink, $750 obo. Ph.  ,885-2454.    .."        ,      4147-17  Cars ��>nd Trucks  '67 CAM ARO 350 LT1, 4 spd,  4.11 gears, $1000.085-9646.  4082-17  ���70 CHEV Mi ton pickup. $1000.  885-9646. 4083-17  ���, , ^���,��� .  '67 CHEV Impala SS, very  good tires, Immac cond, ps,  pb,,newly reb't engine, con-  solo 2 spd, auto. $1000 obo. 885-  9764. 4040-17  Insurance claims. Condition &  valuation surveys, Serving the,  Sunshine Coast & B.C. coastal  waters. Ph. 885-9425, 885-9747, '  885-3643,886-9546.        3490-tfn  K&C 140 Merc ib-ob, comp. w-  '   heavy duty trailer. 885-3127  aft. 5. ,4063-17  18^' STARCRAFT V6 Buick,  OMC leg, frvc, 4-wheeled tilt  trlr. 885-2997 or Radcliffe Rd,  Selma Pk. 4134-16  '73 19' REINELL hardtop, 188  Mercruiser,l-o. approx 100  hrs, used only 2 snort seasons.  Like new for only $5500. 886-  7375 aft. 5:30. 4106-16  29' DOUBLE ENDER. Rcblt  Gray marlnq. Oil stv,; 3Q.gaL...  fresh water, end. head. $4,100.  Ph. 885-2101. 4188-19  Machinery  1976 JOHN  DEERE  540A  skidder. approx. 2700 hours,  now ruboor, oxcel. cond.  $24,500,883-2733/ 4058-18  Livestock  CERTIFIED Farrier, Hans  Berger is coming to. Coast.  Contact Sunshlno, Farm. 898*  3751. 994-tfn  SMALL & LARGE baby crib,  child's accordian,  car or  boat warmer, battery warmer, cuddle seat. 885-5534.  ..'.  4054-17  CHILDRENS, maternity and  ladies clothing* good  quality, 'New & n6afly new".  Encore Boutique, 2445 Marine  Dr., W. Vancouver, 922-2020.  Tues-Sat. 10-5, closed Mon.  .   '%14Mf  TWO PIECES matching  sculptured nylon carpet,  like new, green. Approx; sizes  8Xxll!'9\12\x20VPh.883-  9678. 4155-17  CHEV PARTS for sale $1 ancf  up; From '64-'65's. Ph.88fc���  ,9308'.-      "4156-17  ttfolA WOOL rug 8x11. jade.  Good cond. $150 obo. Ph. 886-  7948. 4166-17  QINGHAM Cross Stitch, Box  401, Eckvillo, Alta. TOM'  0X0. Over 40 beautiful patterns for aprons and  tablecloths. COD or mail $5  plus 50c postage nnd handling.  .4173-17,  TELEVISION   19"   portable  colour   Soars-Sllvertone.  Reserve bid. Ph. 885-9580.  4193-19  Tips To Add Safety  And Save You Money  RADIAL TIRES OK  FOR OLDER CARS  There are three good reasons why American drivers  are switching to radial tires:  In most cases, radials offer  more responsive handling,  improved fuel economy under highway conditions, and  generally have a greater (lifespan than other types of  tires (40,000-mile guarantees  are not unUsual).  I  =posiTioir  AVAILABLE  Child Care Counsellor in  community run, "family  oriented ; residential  treatment centre ��� for  children. Must be able to  work with children and  their families as we  maintain close  muniedtion with  residents, school  sonnel and other  service wbrkers. Require  experience and some  educational background in  social services.  as  com-  lotal  per-  social  Apply to:  Director, Wilson Creek  Family Centre, P.O. Box  770,   Sechelt,   B.C.  VON 3A0.  For more information call:  885-3885  zip.-  1  -1   1  U  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  M>MniMM  iJ^-^/fic-Ah^ieh.  CLASSIFICATION  ������  --���  .���  ..���  !���  ���  ���  i��"  m*m  ���mm.  .....  ..:.  ...���  ....  mm,  ...  ���  / -  m.i���  '  I      ti I \  m  60c  60'  60'  "phtiity^  F"8��271.  '���4167-17  ,: V  ftft'-4>h*i*4~^,^k-'*r>'r**PWHS*.  EVERGREEN  LANDSCAPING  "TYtiTfTTWT**"  ��,.����. pruinlng-(pp***��  Bark Mulch  Shrub Beds  free estimates  B85-5033,,    ,  SMALL 3 bdrm older homo on  largo lot ln West Sechelt.  3ftl��jfi  Ideal for older couple, $250 per  MOBILE HOME, 4 bdrmd,  frtdgc, stove & storage room  on scml-wnterfront lot. Close  to schools and 8|)o%���AYOlJ- 1  i_t <���   pIIMppIIIwI* lti^#i����.**^^gpi��i*���� ���w��t-.��'<U��*<wi��'^"�� ^ "*  tm   *    ��� 4oSo-tf  \  A, W^����rtWW^,^WaK^��4ftWP*HW��WS����l����WMW��WWft  ,  *ta-W��Vs��PPPPW "P-PPPP  Print your od In tha iquaroi,  word,  D�� turn to loavo a blank ipnco alter oach  . Thr���� lln*t It *2.) 5. Each oddltlonol lln�� U 60c.  Tok�� gdvonloa* ol our ipaclal lavlngi,  �� Run your od twlc�� ��� lh�� third llm�� l�� FREI.  * ll you pay lor your od lh�� Saturday bofor* publication yau g��t a  dlicount ���JSclor I lni��rtlon������ 50c(or3,  Mall ui your ad, or drop II old  In Sochall al Ih* Ponlmula Tlm*> Olllco  In Olbiom at th* Arbutui tt.. '���,  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  ���v "���'���' ��� ���     ���   1  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  V  I  I  I  I  I  *f������ >     -   -��~ " *   .1���. '-,.......   I  1  '*    ,A.: ii   '+   ' f*    '      ' l       C . '.   "*) ���.-**(   r>i��.  ^^ 1  V,.  v-y;.y,,  H'5l,i!��~��0T('iWfl��!-#iPS��*'ftt��pi*- l*Mr   *  ^ *p-��pa*��iti��l*!i��W *p*W** n***!!**^****^!**^ ifwMpB'W  x  < ���I -l'  ��^L4  / ������  Wednesday, March 22,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  BOXIOO  MADEIRA-PARK, B.C.  883-2233  Olli Sladey  REALTY LTD.  ���gSBBOSB  gSBBSSSSBSSBBaOBBIBB  Member ol Multiple Listing Service  i TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  HOMES  V ' v.  I  *ii>-:,���..i.  ,.v���...  Offer to purchase  -Once you have decided to  purchase a house, it is time to-  present an "offer" to the  seller in written form. This  offer is commonly known as  an "Offer to Purchase" or  "Interim Agreement"  depending on where you live."  If your seller is.  represented by a real estate"  agent, the offer will be  prepared by the agent. If the  sale is a private sale (no  agent), the seller or his  lawyer may prepare the offer,  or you may agree to have your  lawyer prepareJL____  permits you to back out of an  agreement if the event which  you have specified does not  occur. You may insert any  condition you like in your  offer.  Following is a list ofsome  of the more common conditions whichappear in Offers  -to Purchase: o  1. "This offer is conditional  upon the purchaser obtaining,  at the purchaser's expense, a  new first mortgage for not'less  than $40,000 bearing interest  at the rate of not more than 12  per cent per annum. Should  The typical Offer to Purchase contemplates that the  buyer will take the first step.  He signs the offer first and  leaves it open for a specific  period of time during which"  the seller may decide whither1 fcr  he wants to accept it. During  this "open" period, the offer is  binding on the buyern(i:e^ he  can't back outofjt) Jautit-is-r-  -not-H5indlfi|__bnthe  seller  unless and until he signifies  acceptance by signing it.  "Open" Period. In practice,'  it makes little sense for a  buyer to leave his offer open  for more than two or three  days. Jf a buyer gives a seller  more time than this to jnake  up his mind, the seller will  likely use the extra time to  obtain other off drs. He will  then be in a much stronger  bargaining position.  Legal Advice. You should  never sign an Offer to Purchase without first haying  your lawyer (or notary in  Quebec) review the  agreement. Ordinarily, a  lawyer will not charge extra  ���for this review if he is handling the completion of your  sale.   ��  If you find that you must  submit an offer without the  benefit of prior legal advice  Lfl^cause of competing offers), have the seller or agent  insert a clause in the offer  providing that ypu can back  out of it if your lawyer does  not approve tho agreement in  "form and substance." (For  nn example of this escape  clause, 'see. "Conditions"  , bolow.)  Note: A real estate agent is  paid by the seller so ho has no  obligation to protect your  ���,Interests as a buyer...For<.thls,  reason, tho ethics of tho real  estate profession require Uiat  an agent should not attempt to  dissuade a buydr from peeking  logaladvlco. .  Conditions. A condition Is  an pposcapo   clause   which  the pruchaser not obtain the  hew first mortgage within ten  days from the acceptance of  this offer by the vendor, then  this offer shall become null  and void, and the purchaser's  /deposit',^hSfl,ibfe'feturned to  himulfr fulf vitthoiiit interest.  significantly higher that the  rate you are prepared to pay.  (c) The4ast sentence in the  clause gives you the right to-  proceed with the deal even if  you can't arrange a mortgage  on   precisely the   terms  specified. Without this clause,  a seller could back out of the  deal even if you~were  prepared to change the clause  and complete the sale.  . 2. "This offer is conditional  upon the purchaser selling his  house at 784 Dunneagle for  $45,000 on a 'cash to mortgage'  basis with the completion to  take place on or before  December 15, 1977. This  condition is included for the  benefit of the purchaser and  may be. waived by him at his  option." :c,���; ,y  V 3. "this offer is conditional  upon,' the  approval' of  the.  This condition is included for_j2urchaser-s---solicitof'' as  to  .ttie bene^it_oJLthe-purchaser   form and substance. If such  approval is not communicated  " to~the~vendor~within - -three-  days from the acceptance of  this offer by the vendor, then  this offer shall become null  and void, and the purchser's  deposit shall be returned to  him in full without interest."  4. "This offer is conditional  upon thepurchaser's approval  of the results of a building  inspection performed by a  qualified person selected by  ttie purchaser. If such approval Is pot communicated to  the vendor within ten days  from-the-acceptarice of ..this  ��� SecPagc IM  ancrwithurthe ten��day._ period  may be waived by him at ~his~  option."  Note: * (a) If you will be  seeking a first mortgage from  the seller's mortgage company in order to escape a prepayment penalty on' his  existing mortgage, Insert the  name of the mortgage- conv  pany in the clause. '  (b) You should always  specify the rate of interest you  are. prepared to pay on the  first mortgage you will be  applying forijtf you don't, you  may be forced to arrange a  mortgage     afc    a     rate  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Soasido Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  Pender Haitour Realty Ltd..  '      HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD,  mmm  ATTENTION!  ���H  .. y  R��tlro on th�� beautiful  coast of Sacholt. W��  hav* % Mobllo Horn*  Sltos loft,  SlnaloWldos  , or Doublo Wldos  Locatod at Gardon Bay  100% Bank Terms OPFC  I  LANCER  ''������' coll collect   , X?*'r.  ���i^i'i  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Semi watorfront ��fo* wllh  WATERFRONT LOT - A Bargain Harbou:^|bflauty    (  wllh deop moorage ond'good beach. Has rough ftut'comfortable  two bedroom accomodation and good float.. ,\ $40,000.  GARDENJfAY ��� prto bedroorp hquse ori a, largo  view lot cloio to Gov't wharf. A good buy at $30,000,  GARDEN DAY"- Deluxe Qqthlc Arch' 2 bedroom  cedar home with bcuomont and sundock. ThU Dollar Road  ' beauty has ope of the belt water vl*ws possible 1',',' $49,900.  , WATERFRONT LOT - Deep and protected moorage  In Egmont. Hai trailer pad,. teptlci,  water and power ,\ ���  $35,000.       . . ���        >  t ONE ACRE LOTS,- qn Fronds Peninsula. Privacy  plus vdlud W>hli moit de��|rablo area. JuM 2��� left io don't  delay.,. $18,000 each. '  'M ACRjS-jyj^ihfjiwiU  ,.:  across from Suniet Cove. (teach access, nl��ely treed, di'lveway  In.iHere Ii a fine Inveitment at $44,800,    s  vp  _i-L.  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 cloie to Madeira Park.  Pqrtly cleared and or] a weiterly slop** Asking $35,000,  bulldfngjot wlth>72' frontage on McKllntoct*Road rrrWflQOr*  PHQN&'883*2794~  ������^r^'JtoSlK^  1 I iTim-wr:    ���;    wurance mmUS"  mmmmf^.flmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmm*mmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^m  ��   ���'   ',.���K '    ���   WEST SECHELT ���oyer 1500sq ft new 3  BR,"2 storey home'with double carport.  $52,000.  MADEIRA PARK ���nice 2 BR-home with -  fireplace, full' basement.. Close. to_  stores etc. $45,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious .3-  BR cedar.home, built 1975. View and  many extras. $105,000."  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR.home, ~  fireplace, sundeck. 3/4 acrerlof on Hwy"  ���'101.537,500:  ***���?**�����  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 BR split level on  5+ acres ��� view over Paq Lake. Fruit  trees, garden. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� New 3 BR  cedar homer ensuite, 2160 sq-ft. of  living area on large vjew lot. $69,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� cozy 2 BR view  home, fireplace, dbl garage, good  garden area. $44,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� New 1487 �� sq.  ft. 3 BR split level home, ensuite,  fireplace, sundeck, carport.  $60,000.  KLEINDALE ��� duplex (one 3 BR and  one 2 ,BR) on 2.2 acres, close to  Secondary" School. $85,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR  vlewu'home. architect-designed. 5  major appliances. $77,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� Large 4 BR ranch style  home. Recently remodelled. Large lot.  Good family home. $46,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA���"12 x 68' well  kept mobile home, landscaped lot,  sundeck, toolshed. $31,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ���" 3 BR home,  needs finishing,  full  basement  acre treed lot. $40,000.  On%  GULFV1EW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3  appliances, fireplace. $95,000.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2 BR home on 9.5  treed acres. B50�� ft frontage on Hwy  101. $55,000.      ���  NARROWS ROAD ��� 3 BR rancher, built  1976. Carport & sundeck. Close to  Madeira Park., $39,900.  - GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� Well built 670 ��  sq. ft. home, furnished, large treed lot,  close to lake. $36,900.  MADEIRA PARK ��� Vacant store bldg.  with adjoining living quarters on  Madeira Park Rd. $52,000.  RONDEVIEW ROAD���New 1700 sq.ft.  3 BR home, ensuite, family room,  carport, sundeck. $65,000.  ,~i    ..    11.  ���"'P.     * ������'   'l     SSH ,,,.,/       \.    J    'I. t\    '' T        . '  li f .ki'.^>U'      *1   ..J.j-     pl~P'   v,;r-   ,...!,.-..J 'iiij.t   *.* >.*' KJ'.i     /,*>'������    --Pi       p   '".p��,pI  "^ .  LOTS AND ACREAGE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  ACREAGE  serviced  lots,  serviced  1.MIDDJLEP.OINT ��� 18.9 acres, 2 BR  cot/6ge/c>eek.'($40,000. )  2.   KLEINDALE ���  2o!��. acres,   fairly  ,|evel, half cleared. $38,000.  3.IRVINES LANDING -~ 2.87 acre view  lot, level, $35,000.'  -47tffLEIN DALE ��� 5��, acre? on Hwy 101 r���  $21,000.  5. NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acres,  2150'�� ft. on Hwy. 101. $44,000.  6.KLEINPALE   ���  .23,7 .freed,  acres,  Menachor Rd. $50,000,  I.MADEIRA  PARK  $8,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS  PENINSULA  lots. $9,000-$ 13,500.  3. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots.  $12,900-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on, Por.  poise Drive; $8,500. A....A.    -  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ~ new 81  lit subdivision off Sinclair Bay Road.  Serviced lots, most with view,,three  with lokefrbnt. Priced from $10,000 to  $37,500. ','.'  6. LANGDALE CHINES��� Lot 35, Grady  Rd. Troed, $13,500,- ..���:..._   7, NEAR RUBY LAKE  Hwy 101. $25,000,  7�� acres' on  7. SELMA PARK ��� only 30 �� ft from the  beach and a beautiful view from this  lot. $27,500. ���       ,  8. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� i.5 acros,  troed; serviced. $25,000.  9..DAVIS BAY ��� Troed viow lot Greer  Road, $16,500.     * '  NARROWS INLET r- treed waterfront  acreages, secluded lov* bank. 5 acres  to 14 acres priced from $24,500 to  $39,500.   ,   , "       r  SL VINCENT BAY��� old homestead  site with 5.48 acres, 375rh ft waterfront & small creek, $35,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3.5��, acres, 500 ��,  sheltered waterfront. '$122,500.  NELSON ISLAND ��� 40 acres; 1500' on  Westmere, Bay, 225jh' on West Lake. 3  BR home, 2; cottages, road to lake;  floats; $160,OOQ, v  EARtS COVE ~ 5.57 acres* 450+ ft,  sheltered vydterfront od|o[nlng ferry  terminal; ,$T25,b00, y\  *  LOTS  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  1  RUBY LAKEiJ 3 BR partially furnished  cottago, ��6r'ft lakofront In qulot cove,  SAKINAW   LAKE   ��� '57.5   acres,   %  ,cottages', 2 floats, 3,500�� ft lakefront   $200,000,  >  SAKINAW CAKE ��� 2 loose lots, oach  with a imoll cottagd and .float, $22,p00  and $25,000, '    ��� , '  SAKINAW, LAKE ��� 1,300��. ft  lakofront, 24;fc acros, 4 BR furnlshod  panabode, float. $105,000.  SAKINAW.LAKE��~37i;acro, J��500��  ft lakofront, $110,000.  ,v.C/ftRTERS LANDING ��� Sakinaw,Lake ���  p 24.0 Macros, 1350 ��ft. lakofront, road ���  accoss, houso,, crook. $135,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 95& acros excollont  land with 400��, ft lakofront and  2600;fc ft on lagoon, $100,000.  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 16 acros, 780,t ft  ,,wlak��front.^WfltW,���qws��i��..$3<>.00P.,,,-,.��,,.  RUBY LAKE ��� Lot 4, 117�� ft lakofront,  road accoss. $17,600.  D,L, 3250 ; botwoon Sakinaw & Ruby  Lakos, iSOO i ft. on .Sakinaw Lako,  crook, HalloWoll Rd," ends at proporty.  $113,000,'  GERRANS BAY  1. 100* ft, W/F. driveway In, sorvlcod,  $28,000.       ,  2. Ad|o|nlng W/F lots, 71' & 77',  $30,000oach.     ' ]        ;j  3. 78 ft, W/F lot, soptlc tank-ft, drain  Hold In & approvod, drlvoway In, bldg,  slto In, Southorly exposure. $39,500,  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1; 132 ft, W/F In Pondor Harbour. 1.8 ".  acres, doop moorago, $50,000.' '..  2,"83 ft, W/F ad|olnlng aboyo, 1,22 ��  acres. $36,500. ,  GARDEN BAY ��� 1.2 acre W/F .'parcel,  ��� trood, drlvoway In. bldg. sltos cloarod,  peptic approvod. $55,000.  I WATERFRONT HOMES |  mmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmwmmmfm^  ��� IOERRANS BAV ~ lovely j'filHiomo on  7���� ft watorfront lot with ��ou��borly  oxposuro, float, $117,000.  E  ISLANDS  i  i  GUNBOAT BAY ��� 3 BR home, tf cot-  tagos �� float. 5 acros, 152 ft wqtor-  Iront, $115,000.  /  -��iOB|IRAN��*BAV*----��9-.p8R��hpm��f-lui�����--^i  1 ba^em��?nt  on   133rfc   ft   watorfront.    Large lot. $89,000. "GERRANS DAY-large Tbr archlt^t     EOMONT   ''U   4   BR   home,   partial frl��S��fltl00hD0n10 ��" ,3�� " "<*��1���l  J1,e#ACREISLAND~3BRfurnlihed        SUTTON, ISLAND- EOMONT^1,7 fejT^^T^   ^   3* 19^000   ' "  $165,000.      �� '    $as.Q00,  'l;l*riMBip��W*)'AWl^WW)-tlW'*'W u,-l-imBn   ^tBUnrw,*    **  (     ^^, n ni i..    m jf m^mmmmmi ^   ���    ^ ^ ^^^^m   i��^^t^^w^^pr    ^m t^mj m ���'T i i        i(ll1       , (^wf^^p^Pi ,mm*wm mmi^^p mW- ���    ^%\m fVii wpp^ immt  m  ���  . i.- i ^:^._l''_i. ��� ...y. yyy *'���*. *.���.l_'lu !."... : :j^ .. (i . '.'._.' '..\. .. ���    ���'   .   ��� ������      <  "H,:.  fi  ���MWi vrf=+-J��J�� aiAisD(Hfil.-<t-i  "I  ��� ���yw-wfi* * ��w w^M* tf-u  I  ,.���  i   , - >, . i ��� \  p^�� 4 BMUiSMfW BW|*��i�� -SMfi��   i# pPtHU>SfHlp*W4WlM^ ft *��# ��,*���'? (fcH^aUpfc-SWIlUdtHl'  .,. ,1,1, t       , *,* i ,\ : . -.  I  '   ft'  I . ,��.< , p,  ,  ;Ui����pHi)WppiHS' Wh,Wi-nt��  . ,.., .    A.  tyniPTWi-si-iiAa^ww ifp  mm*t "    t *  ll  ( I  \ v- /  \      '   ���'  ^gf*  :iA  PageB-4   The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March a/iw   YoTlr pyjcf,  MORE ABOUT .. .  Offer to  ��� From Page B-3  offer by the vendor; then this  offer shall become null and  void arid the purchaser's  deposit shall be return to him  in full-without interests   ���  Deposit. A deposit may be  any amount (usually not  -exceeding 6 pei* cent of the  purchase price) which you  and the seller agree upon. If'  -you go through witii the  purchase, the deposit will be  applied against the purchase  price. If you back out of the  deal, you will lose the deposit.  Note: If,- of course, your  _ deaU canlt -_ be. cp_mpleted_  because yourTlawyer finds  ,_so.irie incurable defects in the  seller's title, of for some other  reason due to the" fault of the  seller, yoitare entitled-to the  " return of your deposit.   >  If     your     seller,    is  represented by a real estate  broker, the agent may want  you to post a deposit equal to  - the amount of his commission  ��� i.e., up to 6 per cent of the  selling price. This occurs  because the broker usually  holds ^ the deposit in trust  pending completion of your  purchase. When the purchase  is completed (or even if it  isn't, in- some cases) the  "broker takes the money out of  his trust account and pays  himself the commission. You  estate taxes for the current-,  year, you would be entitled to  receive, as a credit against  the purchase price,,one-half of  the:: annual taxes  on the  property, plus any penalties-  owing for late payment. This  would, of course, mean than  ypu would have to pay the  taxes for the full yeanyourself  after your purchase is com~-  pleted. ��� -, -       y      "A  The seller's lawyer will  prepare a ''Statement, of  Adjustments" and submit this  statement to your lawyer for  approval prior to the com-  "pletionof your purchase. This  Statement will apportion all  accounts' effecting: the  property between you and the-  seller, and it will show the  balance remaining to be paid  -by-you- on-completion.- -You  should contact your lawyer  well in advance of the completion date to find out what  this balance, is. In this way,  you can avoid any unpleasant  surprises at the last minute.'  First  impressions.. Keep  windows sparkling; front and  back  entrances  clean  and  inviting.  =  ���Gibsons Realty  is right if  When you are selling your  property, ask yourself what  the purchaser is buying ��� a  house, or your home. -  ;Be objective. Put yourself  in a buyer's frame "of mind.  Your loving memories of  familyJun mean nothing _to_ a _.  purchaser��� he will create his  own memories after he moves  into the house of his choice.  Look   at   CONDITION, .  LOCATION,      ACCOMMODATION     and  AMENITIES. These are the  ,  basic  points  a  buyer   will/  check.   If   your   price  is  realistic, the buyer who wants  what you have to offer wUl  giyejt first consideration^ f  REALTY LTD.  885^3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Toll Frae 684-8016  T��i  ROBERTS,CREEK ACREAGE; Close to'school, post office, store ond  beach. Over 5 acres with potential view:Three bedroom 1092 sq ft  home with part basement. Reduced to $39,500. k  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE 2.bdrm  attractive home on almost 2- acres  level Hiway frontage, easy access.  Good lorge .shop with HD wiring for.  bench tools. Home completely  remodelled. Shake roof,-"rancher  alum, siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  *38  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  >i {.  are not, however, obliged to  advance a deposit of 5 or 6 per  cent. You may make any  deposit which suits your  convenience and that Of the  seller.  Purchase Price "Subject to  Adjustments"���Y&u will note  that the offer provides that the  price you-have agreed to pay  is "subject to adjustments."  This is a usual clause in an_  offer. It simply means that .an-  "adjustment" will haw to be  made in the purchase price to  take care of various accounts  which affect the' property.  All adjustments are made  as of the date when the sale is  to be completed. For example,  if your purchase was  scheduled for completion on  June 30 and your seller hadn't  paid anything toward his real  GIBSOftS ��� Veteran's Road area, 3 bdrm post and beam; two baths, one ensuite, open living and  dining area with beautiful well planned kitchen. F.-P. and carport, also two .recreational rooms  downstairs. Large level lot, 225'xl 27'. Good garden soltrAsking $69,000.  Older type home in Gibsons Village, close to shopping etc. 4 bdrms, 1/2 basement, garage;  fantosfic view; only $34,500.  Rosamund Road, 2 bdrm home with rec room, large lot with some fruit trees, $33,500.  ROBERTS CREEK  CHERYL ANN PARK ��� 2 bdrm unique design home, completely modern, newly finished complete  with-carpel etc:, cedur desiyn kitchen. Terrific-spot-on'Seml-wft lot with-some viewHdeoMop-  a couple who would like something different. F.P. $42,000.  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. AH'offerT  and trades will be considered.   '    '  WATERFRONT . HOME: , Located on  Redrooffs Rd at Welcorpe Beach.  Clean/"near-new 6'room stucco bsmt  home.; Well insulated, twin seal  windows and ^sliding doors to sundeck.- Heatilator f pi ace, nice dng  area in kit, plus sep. dng rm facing  view_ of. Merry. Island.and Welcome  .Ross.,Lge.80x3601 treed property w--  workshop. Above grd bsmt with  wood and coal stove for canning or  guests'., Good value" at $79,500 FPr  ^*ECHELT:VltlAGEf This home- Is _J  A very-g~oocl-value,-3 bdrms and lge���  utility   room,' teak   cabinets ->  throughout   kitchen   and   enste. '  Wall' to wall carpets. View lot.  Priced at $41,500 1  p     '^  NEW!! I 3 bdrm home in area of attractive new homes. Alum siding, double glazed windows,  carport and fireplace. Plenty of roomy cupboards, Idrge utility; the whole nicely decorated with  W/W throughout. Priced at $48,000.  BUILDING LOTS  CHERYL ANN PARK ��� Semi-wft, easy beach access, 1 /4_acre_with view, $17,500. Two other lots in  same area with beach access, one $16,500 and one $15,000. *~  CHERYL ANN PARK ���75' facing on Lower Road, serviced and ready to build, $11,500.  -ROBERTS CREEK��� ReSuced-for-quickLsale.on quiet country road, five minutes to P.O. and store,  close to elem school. Nowonly $10,000.   t    �� " ���   Three lots on Rosamund Road cleared ready to build, $12,500.  Two lots on Chaster Road good size, close to new school, $12,500.  Good view lot on Velvet Road, only $11,500.  Two lots South Fletcher and School Roads, $15,000. each.  SELMA PARK VIEW HOME ��� 3  bedro&m home nicely decorated. Red  carpets, circular brick fireplace, Ipts  of kitchen Clipboards and counter  space, master bedrooms has enste.  Basement is finished and has entrance to the garage. FP1 $64,500  . REDROOFFS AREA ��� 1888 sq ft of  three bedroom architect designed  home. Situated'on over 1/2 acre on a  non-through road. A must see for  those who desire quiet country  living. Asking $57,900.  Evenings call: John Black, 886-7316,   Ron McSavaney, 885-3339  .' �������� y-i  ,J,"p_^jgJ[  *   ', *\      p.}. > -  NEWxBUNGALOW 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 eab'ts & util off.  Vanity bath. Matching attached  c'port w-lge storage rm. FP $49,500.  REDROOFFS   ROAD:   A   delightfully  designed 2 BR, 2 bathroom home.  -Super-fireplace in liviny loom und a  .Franklin in the rec room. 1200 sq ft  on main floor. Double garage. Many  .extras. Asking $68,500.  .���^r��>��-" -/^^w-^*. *��2  *> -.Art,    Y-  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT:  quality built 2 bdrm full bsmt  contemporary" designed home.  Shown only byappointment. Try  -youf-offer-to-$79,50(V���   SELMA PARK: A very cozy 3 BR,  recently-renovated home within  w a I k jn 9 distance to Sec helt  "shopping. Dominion lease. FP  $18,500.  SELMA PARK: This 2 bdrm home is  the best buy on the market.! '800 sq  ft, large kitchen, all appliances go  with the house. Expansive view.  Many fruit trees on the property:  Landscaped. FP $38,900.  DAVIS BAY: modern 2 bdrm full bsmt  home on fully landscaped lot with  excellent westerly view. Bright,  unny; space-saving kitchen w-utility  rrn^off. Attached c'port w-finished  driveway. FP $57,500.-  ., , *  .*>..,<  '&-*��  tt-'  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE*INSURANCE*MORTGAGES  MEMBER BROKER  '#<?& #/ y)^/r//r/ur  886-2481 GIBSONS  Van. Direct  687-6445  i'-B^f''*'!^  VILtM&&*H&M��:> 42Tmtiiti>ifloor  bedrooms and full basement,"carport  under large sundeck, utility room on  the���-main���floor,���Basement���80%  finished. FP $50,900.  home   on   Dolphin. St   across   from  jlfet^"?^''^  home^ on Dolphin, St, across fronr  ���J tenmsr 'courts, Home Is'-ln top-con>  edition, T/2 bsmt. Yard is fenced 8  landscaped���Double- canopy~heighr  c'port. Family kitchen, an immaculate  home. FP^Tiid $50s.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centra   VON IVO  GENERAL INSURANCE  Business '��� Residential ���Marine  Prompt Attention  Charles English - Eileen Klnne  HOMES ���,,  ALDERSPRIN6S        ,,, $49,900  Fantastic renovation, 4 bedrooms, 2 with  onsulto, Jacuzzi, sauna, dark room, Lots of  atmosphere. View, noor proposed marina,  SEAVIEW RD $24,900  Two bodroom starter on Seaview,  Nice  view, wail built, Thl* It not a drlvo by.  KILLARNfeY LANE $29,500  Two bedrooms, large living room, with  flroplaco, part basement, Terrific,view,  nlco landscaping. Excollont starting homo.  BURNS ROAD $31,500/offers  This Is a comfortable 2 bedroom home  ,ri��or"th��*b��<^fiwrV��rykw��ll'bul|t,''**i*M-*-w'  PRATT ROAD     < . .   ... $75,000  4 bedrooms and possibly five, A large  heated 20 x 40 ilwlmmlng pool has Its own  pump.h0Uie.0OO> frorp 4 ft to 10 ll deep..-  MALAVIEW $39,900  N����ar now 3 bedroom house, qulot deadend stroot off Pratt Rd, Near new school,  LANQDAU $49,500  Gfoat vlow, huge llvInQ room wllh granite  flroplaco 1 & 3 bedroooms,  NEW HOUSE  Wllh  skylights  and  fireplaces,  Real  modern viable product at today's price,  HILLCREST DUPLEX $37,500  Good  Investment.   Good  assumable  mortgage of $22,000,   .   ,',  LANOfDAU ���   *A4,'900  ""s'uf pasit-a1 "view? flee "foom" with" w��ftar���  plus finished area for your pool tabU In  ground lovjil basement.  LOTS  TUWANEK *7.900  Rocroatlon or permanent home,  MAHANROAt? ea. $12,500  2 nicety treed large Jots Ini this quiet area  aHHe" en"d'of "Grand view.  PRATT tORANDVIEW $11,500  Large cbrnor lot, open to offers, ���  ORANTHAMS   <��� \ $10,000  Nice view lot, 50 x I'lO.j/  CHASTER ROAD $12^500  Large lot near schools.  SOUTH FLETCHER VIEW LOT $11,900  Terms, available,  LANGDALE $15,500  Large view lot on Chadwlck Road.  LOT PON WHARF RD $11,500  LOT O ON WHARF RD . $11,600  ORADYROAD $12,500  YMCA RD Lots 314 ea. $ 10,500  SKYLINE DRIVE $13,500  -Sewer only. 1&Q ft away, view of Vlllo^e,  bay and wharf. Driveway In.  OIBSONS VILLAGE    ' $13,900  View lot on corner of Wyngaert  and  Martin Roads,  OLASIFORD $12,500  Water A sewer connected, Fill In, ready to  bi��lld. ������...      .  WANTED  ACREAGE  WATERFRONT  SECHELT $69,900  Spacious new 3 bedroom family home on  Osprey Larie, Large family kitchen dining.'  A living rooms, all about, 40' from the  Water's edge. Call for  appointment  to  ' view,'        ' ���  ROBERTS CREEK $45,000  Accoss easement on ad|acen* lot, This  type of prime watorfront Is rare on the  market.  GAMBIER ISLAND $12,000  3/4 aero  soml-watorfront at Thornboro  'Bay. . .. |  SOAMBSPOINT $160,000  Well deslgped four bodroom home on well/  over an acre "with 128' of walorfront. /  SAROENTS BAY 80' Wft Lot, $32,000  250' deep and covered with salal and  arbutus frees. Idoal location near ond of  quiet stroot in West Secholt. Powor and  water to lot,  HALFMOON BAY Low Dank Wit, $35,000  Beautiful lot with southern oxposuro, This  Is low bank waterfront, but does not have  'a beachrSdlalbuihe* and Arbutui tr��oi*"  are the natural landscape. Sewer, water &  . power avail. ' ,  ACREAGE  2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL $53,000  Located on Pratt Road on approx 1 acre of  good garden soil. Roomy 12 x 16 kitchen,  ,  Separate dining room. Large carport and  1-3 x 20 workshop,  10 ACRES Of W9ODLANO  For true pioneers, $38,200,  vldlnlty  of  Honbury Rood,  2 1/2 ACRES, ROBERTS CK $25,000  2 1/2 acres of subdividable proporty In  Roberts Creek.  HOPKINS WATERFRONT $108,000  75 feet  of prime watorfront wllh Im-  ' maculate 3 bedroom home, One of a kind  fireplace, Manicured grounds,  ���    100' WATERFRONT IN ROBERTS CREEK  *��� -��Easy access te -beachc 0000 ��� sq f I home  with live bedrooms (could be seven), 2  bathrooms A3 kitchens. Fireplace and  '���" 'iiinttockv"'  WATERFRONT) Approx 50' of level,  nolturally I'scaped property, A  beautifully built 1000' down and ,?Q0'  up. Dream kit, formal dng rm, lge Ivg  rfn w;vvall to wall natural stone,fp.  Owners are leaving! the area and  have priced this home accordingly at  '$74,?95.; ���   "..'    '  '  OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  Main street location, on-site parking.  New building. AAoye in April 1st. Sizes  from 350 to, 700 sq ft. All offices are  carpeted and painting will be done. Up  to 5 yr leases availqble with renewal  option. ��� v  [       '     .      ,"T ��� '  .     .,';    ���              ���  ���       '     ' .������-.-���--p ;-������.-   Call S. Anderson  Anderson Realty, 88S-3211  Home, 885-2385  SUNSHINE    BAY    WATERFRONT;  ^Private _ll6at and- off-shore   deop  water mooring buoy. Impglnatlvely  designed luxury home of over, 2500  sq. ft. living area. A seaview from  every window. All appliances Included. F.P. $99,500.  SELAAA P.ARK WATERFRONT LOT: 60 ft of waterfront, treed lot  with drive wo y ih. South slope, excellent beach. Excavated  building site. F.P. $29,500.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOMEi' 3 bedrooms on a vlow lot 60x150.  Beautifully "landscaped asphalt driveway, Basement Garago.'  Extro largo living room ��� spilt lovol. All codar construction, 1  block from beach, $'48,900.   /  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 sq ft.2Jtyd'rm mobllo home with appliances, All wall to wall carpet. Cojcy A inexpensive to hoat,  Concroto drlvoway and parking slab, Fir Road location, FP $43,500  p,Terms I. '  EXTRA LARGE VIEW LOTi WestJJechelt. 100 x 150' Troll Island view  "lotrFlqflile^TrSefvlwrwlth water A power. An exceptional Ipt.  $16,500,;  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT: Ea^v^orm's ��� 26% down A the balanco,over  .easy payments on this'southern exposure view lot, Excavation and  cloarlng have been done. FP $13,900.  ��t SOUTHWOOD'ROAD: Close to 1/2 aero. Lovol building lot, Hydro  and roglonal wator at road, Chock A compare. Attractively prlcod at  '���" ''" '\ ""'"'  REDROOFFS AREAi Large treed lot 93 x 400' approx, Oood garden  soil, water A power, Asking $12,500,  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEK: Over 5 acros of gently sii  property with southern exposure, 580 -x 380'. Yoar-round croek  flows through cornet1 of property. Excollont buy at FP $35,000.        '  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME A coxy, noar new 792 sq ft 2 bodroom  homo closo to tho boach at Chapman Crook, No stairs, oloctrlc hoat,  double glazing. Government propalu loaso has 19 yrs to run, FP  $32,000. ���   p ' ,f. ''���  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acros measurlt\jj 330' x 660'. Will eventually  have a view, Close to the arerja, Try yo,^r offer to $35,000,  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179 lot, cornor location,  easy access, excellent view of Trail island. FP $ 15,500.  DAVIS DAYi Laurel Road view lot 67,50 x 162', One of the better  'views In the area, Asking $16,000, \  LOW DOWN PAYMENT: West Socholt vlow lot, cloarod, graded, and  ,|6fYlS<&dw,IW^  necessary. Asking $11,500 with $1,000 down,  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT: Your own private park' with towering  firs A cedars, Horhe Is unique 1450 sq ft with 12 x 36' wrap-around  open sundeck. Basement with workshop and storage. Garage.  Cement steps to water's edge. Asking $125,000, Some terms,  GIBSONS OFFICE SALES STAFF  i mm^m^^^m'��^^r'^m0i'i^^'^  "JAYVISMR  809-3300  I'w^i^&mtiptfmmMmiim'  AfilwiliJRNBi  636-2164  SfWs^iWiMiBSM^^^i*^*'*  0 AVI ROBERTS  063-2973  ���y#^wi��'PN*AijW<it***o*��**'MBl��)'  OKOROfCOOPtR  B369344  fiMm^^iw&^^i^M  Over 800 ^miistiOs nnd Growing Fast  SANDY HOOK! 70 x 145' ��t unobstructed view ��p Sechelt tnl#t.  $2300 down and take over payments of $102 per month at 10  1/2%, FP,$7595,  OIBSONS HOME WITH ACREAGE: Large 3 bdrm home on 7 acres  With Chaster Creek bordering 1 side of fenced property, Home  needtf'iome repair but has been partially renovoffed. Land Is cleared  A In grass, A nice situation, FP $B9,500.   ���.  MAIN STREET LOCATION: approximately 50 x 220' lot with business  premises and living quarters behind. Excellent location for almost'  my lypm ot enterprise. Thlili tm opportunity to become established  In the village. Lots of room for expansion. FP $95,000.  ACREAGE 1 Almost 7 acres of cleared, gently sloping land, Viow of  ocoan. Zoned for development, Could be trailer park, $46,500.  DAVIS BAY: View lot, 66 x 152', cleared and ready to build on, Area  of nice homes, Asking $14,900,  .UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acres of land with 3 bdrm near new  home of approx 1700 sq It, and a 4000 sq ft aluminum clad, fully,  Insulated building. Building Is all wired for 220 power A could hove  many uses. Concrete floor, clear span. FP $99,300,  ROBERTS CREEKi Treed (ot with a year round stream, Asking $7500,  OIBSONS: 2 lots side by side, Bu/one or both. Sewered and close to  the boot launching ramp, Terms considered. Asking $12,500 omf  $14,500.  ..v,i._  HForftailrcrtfff^^  'isftflsf * �����*i'M'��i!(*iVJ)��'��*p��**P wSteii' ��W^ie��K-tp 'WW ^pfe^^Wp^^rt^iWPHi^^-^w^i^^i^'^wi^w etiii^Hiittliis^ivK-iei^ W-tw* w^Bi^-m ^p��W'*i(��irt1W^W!("*'#fi''.'* i-siiBii'iS'MftSSKS "^^f^^Wl^^'pS^i^i Ww*t^^  George Townseiul, 88S-3345? Jack Andergpn, 885-2053;  /  .  i  v     .....    ,  <nut>^cn)Mri^itit^ii^Awie��n^<M^^ w  IT |i%^oApftf^^iB##>iWW*MIE#t��*��W^^ j��"4����S**  WI PTVlB*i'*f"iUPf�� "lttltt*W4^'iniWlWt'>&*MIHdl*lW*W lW!B^��i^Wn*'il***W*^'*M>KlM>��M!-'ll��(l'tte  m wwpp"wwsi��tiif* <irww-��pa-i(,yi9 vi  M�� JWWS.��3.lkie("��!��H.h��  MttJWP^UMlMV^V i  ���y ,'���  \ \ '  '   A.  '   ��� ., ���y  ^  savings start-at  March 22,1978    The Peninsula Times    Page B-5  In recent years therje has*  been a great deal pfjalka^ut l  the "energy crisis'", both in  Canada and jhroughout-. the  world. Those of us jwho.Hve in  British  Columbia  are:for-,  tuhate  to  be  living-, jfo .a.,  province that has a relative'  abundance     of     energy.1  resources, but; tire^timfe h&rj  "come to examine our pori-  ,  sumption  patterns  rather  critically.  To avert an energy crisis  here in the future it is important that we all praqtice,  'the -wise and responsible, use  of energy today. One thing is  obvious ��� there will never be  sufficient energy resources! to  justify waste. ' ^ ' f  ~~Eor-now,-each-of-us-should���  consider how easy it is ��� to  conserve energy. It doesn't  really   demand _a   great _  -sacrifice:-All that is required  is a bit of thinking and planning, and _*"-little effort. The_ _  -wise consu ler will not only be  "saving en< gy, but money as���  k well."And   day, that's pretty"  important, joo.      , ^  At B.C. Hydro,-energy is  bur business. And that's why  we would like to pass on some '*';  of our thoughts to you. Here  are some suggestions that will  help you conserve energy and  use it more efficiently.  We think you'll discover  that when you use energy  wisely you save a lot'ftiore  than you think.  INSULATION  year around.. Adequate insulation not only makess for  greater comfort while it saves  your heating dollars ��� it helps  to keep put unwanted summer  heat as. well?. This. is, particularly important if you rely  on air cooling equipment  during1 hot weather.   ,  Hpw much insulation do  yoifneed? Insulation is now  specified in "R" values which  are a measure of resistance to  the flow of heat and hence a  great,deal more meaningful  than a measure of thickness.  Ceilings should have at least  R20 wich means 6" to 8" of  glass wool batts or even  greater thickness if loose  glass wool is used.  ���iiThe-atticis, a JogicaL place  to begin the upgrading of the  insulation in an existing home.  The ceiling is where major  heat- losses occur- and forr_  tunately it is the jurea where  insulation can easily" tieTack"  ded. -The^ spaces -between  ceiling joints may - be filled  with insulating battsor loose  fill and you may choose  between ^'doing-it-yourself"  or having it, done by a  qualified applicator. Either  way, the job can be done  easily and quickly.  Initiation can" often be  applied to the finished walls of  exising homes. This is a job  for a qualified applicator  because insulation in the form  of plastic foam or loose fibre  must be injected- into each  conserve energy by effectively sealing window  frames and door frames with  weather, stripping. It's a  simple job to do, and again,  initial costs will be returned to,  you in fuel bill savings.  Because of the large heat  losses associated with glass  areas, the use[of jstorm doors^  arid windows can reduce  heating requirements by as  much as 15 per cent.  If you are building a new  house, consider double or, in  colder areas, even triple  glazed windows to cut heat  losses and reduce condensation on the windows.  This will also ensure greater  comfort and provide _a_.  -noticeable degree of sound  proofing as well.  THERMOSTAT    SETTINGS  - _During the day when -you  are physically active around  rthe houseathermostarsefar  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE ���INSURANCE* MORTGAGES  .you'll be saving about 10 per  cent of your .annual heating  costs. If you go away for the  weekend, turn the thermostat  down to 13 degrees C (55F).  WATER HEATING  Econimical use of hot  water is one of the best ways  to reduce fuel expense. For  Sxanipleraleaky hot water  faucet that drips one drop a  second will cost you about one  tank full of hot water every  week.  Be sure to make proper use  of the built-in energy savings  controls of your home laundry  equipment and automatic  dishwasher.  ._ Someother.suggestions: a  quick shower uses less hot  water than a bath; try  wrapping exposed hot water  pipes with- -insulation,  especially if the runs of pipe  _areJong���=-.���i6..,..  T18UeppsX;TB5F^isfine. You  . really only need to turn the  thermostat up to 21 degrees C  (70F)   during" evening  and  other inactive times.  You should turn down your  thermostat at night to 15  degrees C (60F) which for  most people is just about right  for sleeping. By lowering your  household temperature by 5  degrees C (10F) every, night,  APPLIANCES  Many energy-saving  controls are built right into  today's modern appliances.  Infinite heat switches,,  automatic laundry dryer  cycles and refrigerator  temperature controls are  examples of features that can  save energy and money if your  become thoroughlj-r familiar  >w���See Page A^6.  - Most homes, even many  new ones, have less than  adequate insulation to meet  today's requirements. Many  that were built twenty or more  years ago have either no insulation at all or only a small  amount. It is well worth your  time to find out how__much_  insulation you actually have.  A properly insulated house  ^will require less heat and save  heating dollars. It is difficult  to generalize,, but by comparison with an uninsulated  house, one that is properly  insulated and weather-  stripped might use 45 per cent  less heat. If your house  already has a modest amount  of insulation in the ceiling and  walls, the addition of a full  measure of ceiling insulation  might reduce your heating  " costs by about 10 per cen*  ��� but that's not all ~ you will  also erijoyjireaterjcomfort4;he-  -stud-  with Uie aid uf~  -space  special equipment. Unfinished  basement walls are -much  . easier to insulate ��� simply by  installing insulating batts to  fill the stud spaces completely. Concrete walls may  be insulated with boards of  rigid plastic foam cemented to,  the concrete surface.  ' There are naturally some  precautions to be observed.  For example, attic insulating  material must not be allowed  to block ventilations openings.  Vapour barriers are important too. Before starting an  insulation job or commencing  construction of a new house,  talk with the Customer Advisory Service people at your  B.C. Hydro office or your lofcal  insulation dealer and get more  detailed information.  WINDOWS AND DOORS  Windows often,let in more,  -than-justriighti" YouvcaiT  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 A  den. Heavy insulation, dbl windows A  only $35. a month, all electric.  J.ands_caped,& fenced_80', lot" with  garden area. F.P. $54,500.  .REDROOFFS RD WATERFRONT ��� 1/2 acre, 75 ft on beach  looking straight west to Pirate Rock. Cory one bedroom cottage  and unused cabin (right picture). Asking $64,500.  Phone anytime for Information on property with  our red and white signs.  ^JOHffcfirAYNIitWILSOI^nv-  885-9365  MEMBER BROKER  -\  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD  885-3295     SECHELT  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979, next to Gulf Station, Sechelt VON 3AO  HOMES  WEST SECHELT .    .- $41,900.  Need a house that will grow with your  family? See this brand new 2 br. home  with room for a 3rd in the above ground  basements.   Well   constructed   with   at-  tractiVB~light gold carpets,-4-can_arranger  90% financing to qualifed buyers so don't  - be afraid of low down payment. Call Ann  ��� Ibbitson. , 12WS  SECHELT VILLAGE reduced to $49,500  Three bdrm home located near to stores,  schools,   etcr^with   added  extras-.�� solar  heated  greenhouse,   den,   workshop,  double workshop and outside patio with  BBQ. Call Don Lock. 16 SV  WATERFRONT  PENDER HARBOUR $139,00  '  Superb WF home not yet 2 yrs. old. Deep  water  moorage  right   i-n 'front  of   your  - picture windows. An excellent investment  - rfor the discerning owner. Call Don Lock for-  details. '       ~" ~ 29PH  W>AVIS BAY ' Reduced to $87,500  ^T.-^S:7 $20004J_rl.eeVeduetl_on  TjCustom built superior home right on the  beach. Huge living room'has extra high  ceiling and large windows to take advantage of the magnificent location. Call  Ann Ibbitson for more information.  SELMA PARK reduced to $55,500  Owner has reduced price of this -very  appealing 3 bdrm waterfront home by  $3,000. Phone now for appt to view with  Corry Ross and see for yourself the well- '  built sea wall and boat ramp, plus many  interior extras.  limli  ACREAGE  HOMES  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS  $39,500  New, 1040 sq tt home with fantastic view  -of'Sechelt-lfltetTrrTd-Poise^lstarrd. Has a  beautiful kitchen fitted with custom'  cabinets, fireplace, deck and many other  attractive features. Two bedroom ��� ideal  for young family. Co) I Ann Ibbitson.    19SV  SELMA PARK - UNFINISHED SPECIAL  $43,750  The house is ready for interior finishing  while occupying the suite. Look this one  over with Don Lock. Most materials are on  site and included. . 37SP  A TEMPTING BUY $39,500  Illness forces the sale of this lovely 1.2  rural acres at Redrooffs. The house is not  spiffy, but it is sound, has attached  garage, auto/oil heat and a view. All  kinds of fruits, asparagus and excellent  soil. Call Corry Ross to view by appointment. "?  MARINE DR.���GIBSONS �� $42,900  Well Built 3 br. family home just steps to  good beach. Interesting spiral staircase.  fireplace, truit trees and separate garage.  "Call Corry Koss. 40G\T  ROBERTS CREEK $22,100  Your chance for a piece of the good earth.  1.44 acres on Lower Road: close to beach,  possibleyiew^Call Ann IbbitsonL    "35RC  9.8 ACRES& IHOUSI $85,000  Mostly cleared land with 3 br. remodelled  house. Well landscaped area plus chicken  house, barn, pig sty, heated greenhouse  ancLpasture all located, on_yeor round  creek. Call Don Lock for details. 29PH  ACREAGE $31,000  Approx. 6 acres fronting on Irvine's  Landing Rd. overlooking Hotel Lake.  Vendor will carry with low down payment.  SECHELT VILLAGE $27,500  5 acres within Sechelt Village Boundaries.  Road access, but no services. Vendor  states $5000.00 timber on property. 10SV  ROBERTS CREEk WATERFRONT   $66,000  100 feet of waterfront by 670 feet long.  This prime WF acreage  has panoramic"  ���v}pe<��-on4ts-owB^poGky-point.-Hoavily trood-  JoLpprivacy-^Apn-oldJagJ^ouse-odds-r-ostk��� I  ATTENTION BUILDERS!  FIELD RD LOT, must sell, $8500  OFFERS?  charm to this setting. A totally unique WF  buy. Call Don Sutherland. 27RC  NEW LOG HOUSE       $37,500-  This delightful log house ready to finisK to  purchaser's specifications. Built by owner  with TLC for sale below replacement price.  Hurry for this bargain. Call Don Lock for  details. 17RD  COMMERCIAL  HWY 101 & PARK RD $105,000  130 x 720' of prime land. This excellent  parcel has a good future in an expanding  commercial area. Call Don Sutherland.     ,  s '         NORWEST BAY RD ....  SANDY HOOK  Seml-WF   . .ea. $10,000   $12,000  REDROOFFS  100 x 250 .. ,7. X....  SELMA PARK  152'x98'   $10,000   $9,500  PORPOISE BAY  2 lots . ^   REDROOFFS WF LOT  TRAIL ISLAND WF LOT  ROBERTS CREEK  81x127   ROBERTS CREEK   $20,000     $13,900  .     .    $13,500  SECHELT OFFICE SALES STAFF  DON SUTHERLAND. Broker  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON   886-2542  DON LOCK  J83-2526  CORRY ROS!  885-9250  ^^v^v^l^v^t^t^8^v^^^v^8^t^v^V^l^V^A9vJKyQyPSt3l^l^%^V^Q^9^V^VtfQ'3l9t3Q^'V^ft3vs  Over SOO Offices and Growing Fast  A NEW SERVICE  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  SPECIFIC  A Complete Computer  (Including screeh with Keyboard, Central Processor,  twin Disc Drive and Printer)  Delivered to Your Door  for you to operate  \ Adequate instruction for your staff to operate,  or operator prpvided. .'*'."  ��� \  Many programs available,  Custom programs can be provided  ..,��� \.���...  Call  MORE INFORMATION  vW  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235  (24 hrs.)  Vane. 689-5834  E.&O.E.  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  \' Sechelt  CALL NOW  FOR OUR  FREE  REAL ESTATE  CATALOGUE  We are as close  as your- phone  COAST TO COAST  REAL ESTATE  SERVIjCE  'sMifl  ssii  JOHN R. GOODWIN  885-2235  '���     ' ������'.���,...,'     .������.'..'       ��� ,'.    ���,;     . ���       f    ���  .,P,      .P.P.'. -pp. .",,   ,.,'������        ' : '". .  We Are Currently Advertising In:  THE WESTERN PRODUCER   '  (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)  THE CALGARY HERALD  THE VANCOUVER SUN  THE VANCOUVER PROVINCE  THE PENINSULA TIMES  * ."��* i. 'm ���  ,.uMu..U���  ...,A.  RUTH MOORE  885-9213  CHARLIE OATHERCOLE  JACK WARN  886-2681  tOUCLLA OOODWIN  1  ..rf-M-  ���W..-W-.X.:':.  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strata corporation
In the case of new condominiums, enquire if t,he
developer has built other
projects and if the buyers
were satisfied. It may be the
developer's . first endeavour
but it may be as good as or
accordance with the
provisions of the Strata Titles
Act, sets up a strata corporation consisting of all the
unit owners which on their
behalf controls, manages" and
administers  the   common
Like your minicipal taxes the
amount of the operating
assessment $rill vary from
year to year, the budget for
the common area, expenses
project renting from owners,
parking stall assignments,
visitor-parking requirements,
swimming'pool hours etc. For
m,ore details on the strata
better -than- others on. :the ..property,   and.   common
market. Local banks or trade   facilities. A^strata councU is
associations may know
something relative to the
experience and reputation of
the developer. Keep, in mind
all projects have to pass local
municipal inspection. Again
look hard at location,—size,,
recreational facilities and
amounts of land as open
space. A well-appointed unit is
one that you will like living in.
If the project has been in
existence for more than a year
there will be some resale data.
If there was an appreciation in
the selling price "over the
purchase price, a firm market
"Is indicated. Shelter is the
primary purpose of buying for
..most .people, JbutL they_ also,
want to be assured that it will
turn out to be a sound investment. Don't be in a hurry
to buy before you have had an
opportunity to look around.
In every new condominium
project the developer,  in
elected " by the owners to
conduct- the business of the
corporation: In an .older
project the, strata corporation
will have already been
established, and you will
become a member upon
purchase of a unit.
Prior to purchase you
should ask for a copy of the
financial statements of the
strata corporation to ascertain, if it is operating efficiently on behalf of the
owners and has established a
fund to take care ot unexpected expenditures. A
common area operating
assessment or maintenance
fee is ,set to cover all of the
common expenses of the
condominium. In newly
constructed projects, where
there has been no history of
expenses, the fee may be too
low, so compare the charge
with that of other projects.
will normally include the , corporation, see Part I of the
following items: payroll for Strata   Titles   Act.   When
maintenance and  janitorial condominiums are advertised
service, insurance, water, "as "familypfiented" 6i*'adult
maintenance and repairs for oriented", it is well to observe
the common areas including - this indication to the buying
recreational facilities,  snow public as to  who. will be
removal and landscaping, a
management fee for a
professional management
company or a manager,
energy costs for the common
areas and a replacement
reserve for major capital
expenditures (particularly
compatible with the existing
; residents.
Even though condominium
living is relatively free, of
- maintenance and other
responsibilities, there, are
responsibilities that are
unique to a condominium. You
PageB-6 The Peninsula Times Wednesday, March 22,1978
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important in the case of an   are urged to be active in the
older   t building).      Your   meetings of the strata cor-
Energy savings at home
.— From Page B-S
registers, return.air grilles or
assessment is calculated by
dividing your percentage of
ownership in the- common
property  into the  annual
budget. '- -
Group insurance coverage
will be available' tff'you for.
your unit but you are advised
to have additional insurance
coverage for' your personal
possessions  and  any  inv^
provements you undertake
within your unit.
-    Strata corporations,  in
order  to  treat  all  owners
equitably,   endeavour   to
maintain uniformity in the
common area outside "each
unit. As such you will be expected  to conform  to  the
poration at which the rules
arid regulations, budgets and
other, policies'are decided for
the benefit of all the owners.
Too often owners, do not
participate in or attend important meetings. This leaves
the control of your condominium in l:he hands of a
few interested and conscientious people rather than.
the majority of the residents.
You have responsibility to
vote. After all, it is your life
style that will be affected by
the decisions that are^-made.
Finally, you may find you will
enjoy contributing your time
and efforts in a collective
community endeavour.
Your B.C. Hydro Office has
a series of informative
booklets that have been
designed to give some helpful
insights into the wise care and
use of your appliances.	
Close the damper on ygur
fireplace, or use a properly
fitted* screen to block the
opening if you. don't have a
damper. A piece of plywood
can be fitted and suitably
decorated. Remember that an
undampered open fireplace
can draw heat from the house
like a giant vacuum cleaner.
Be sure tojurange your
furniture, drapes and~rugs-so
that  the  air  flow through
baseboard heating unitsis not
blocked. And keep all
registers and heating units
clean and free from dust.
Warm air flow can be impaired if dust and lint are
allowed to accumulate.
Your heating system is the
biggest single energy user in
your house. If you have a
furnance, you can help it to
function    efficiently by_
periodically r cleaning   the
. filters and by replacing them
at least twice a year — in
-September and again in
January. And check the
furnance fan — lubricate it if
needed and see that the fan
belt is in good condition. Be
sure to turn off the electric
^.powertothe furnance before
TsgnlattofirTfflitaally agreed-
upon by' all owners.
You should also be supplied
with a copy of the strata
corporation bylaws. These
regulations are important as
they are intended to ensure
the privacy and to protect the-
fights of each andall ownersr-
Read them careful^ to see iL
you are ready to comply with
them. Because they. are
relatively new, strata cor-
To decorate or not to
decorate? It may be neither
necessary nor desirable to do
any major decorating before
selling (after all, your buyers
will probably prefer to select
their own paints etc.)
However, a badly-marked
wall or dingy closet can be
made more attractive with a
good scrub, a touch of fresh
paint, or a bright strip of
number of problems and in
well-meaning efforts to
exercise control'on behalf of
the majority of the owners,
they may try to over-regulate
and trespass on the rights of
individual condominium
owner. Knotty issues to be
handled by a consensus of .
__ _      owners are: control of pets,
lese pTOcedureSr-^eTiumber^H^naiitsTn-thg-
Provide comfort. Be sure
the house is at a comfortable
temperature: warm during
cold spells; fresh and airy on
hot summer days. Try to
avoid strong cooking odours
that linger. Make sure blinds
are raised to let in as much
light as possible. Put on
convenient lamps for night
"callers.       — Gibsons Realty
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Y.M.GA. ROAD , $48,900
New 3 bedroom homo wllh floof area of ovor 120Q sq.ft. on
, largo lot In a.noar now aroa. Maslor BR onsulto, largo kitchen
with eating spaco, lovely t-shapod llving/dlnlng room witii brick
flroplaco'. doublo carport, full basement, near school. Can be
completed to /our spec, within </> wooks. Call Ed Baker 885.2641,
SAROEANtSROAD $15,900 c*
, Magnlflcont soa vlow lot 65'xl 10'. All sorvlcos, Including sower.
Closo to shopping and schools, vory few lots available In this
- area, Bulldors terms available, so check It out and try your offor.
Call Larry Readron 885-9320.
CORNER 101 » SCHOOL ROAD $70,000
1,3 Aero zonod multi-dwelling lot, on sewer. Excollont location
r/lthln walking distance of shopping contro* and schools, Call
arry Roardon 885-9320. \
A multi-dwelling xonod one-acro lot In a good location. Zonod
for,118 apartments, 12 townhouses or duplox. Or> sower, Coll
Larry Reardon 885-9320.
OLBrttOME NEEDST.l.C,   , , $19,900
Lowor Gibsons. When you sea tho prlco you |ust know this home
needs repairs, Has now furnaco aad ducts, tho wiring seoms
now, and tho lot Is a good slzo, CallLarry Roardon 803-9320,
TRATT*FAIRVIEWRO"    "  * '     " —~~ ——$33,<J0p
Older type homo, with a floor af oa pf 056 sq, ft, Property foncocl, >
nicely landscaped, near new school, Carport, Some appliances
Included In prlco, Call Ed Baker for further Info. 885-2641,
largo duplex on highway near Flume Road, wllh  3 largo
bedrooms In each suite, Thin l» an attractive Investment sltuatod
«r on approx, 1 ocre, Call Ed Bokor, 085-2641.
An attractive residential prpperty 00' x 220', Idoal building slto if
you have youngsters, as It ad|olns new park, Thero Is a sign on,
Call Ed Baker 085-2641.
Excellent building lot, 110' x 70', partially cleared, but with
sufficient troos ,ta allow privacy, This woll appolntod lot has a
southern oxposur,o and exceptional panoramic vlow. Call Chuck
VliWtoMB ..* $17,600
Fine older typo lomlly Home Ip a good state of repair, with an
unobstructed sweeping water view, 3 bedrooms, L.R. has w/\y,
heal. This It on loaso land at $600 per yoar, Call Ed Baker 005-
ANCHOR ROAD      i/,! $12,600
Good, level, fully sorvlcod building lot, In an area of new homes,*
Easy walk to post office, tennis courts and shopping. Call Chuck
Dowman 885-9374,
320' of road frontago, all yoar stream flows through this
boautlfully woodod lot, Your cholco of two terrific building sltos,
.Coll..Chuck.Dayman 885-9374, * <*'■;    -
SANDY HOOK AREA        " $15,500$ $8,600
Ovor 100' watorlront lot, trood and close to road, and ad|olns
with view lot that lies next to B,T. Road. Call Larry Reardon 885-
9320, •        ,.•'■,,-.■ .
REDROOFFS ROAD ■   '*,, i $15,000
Ovor an acro/of Vyell-trood land at the cornor pf Redrooffs Road
and prlvato road to Sqrgoants flay; Hydro ami water, For furthor
Info, ploasa call Larry Roardon 005-9320, V
WELCOME WOODS $9,500$ $9,750
Two oxtra largo lots, 125' x 200'. Gill Larry Reardon 885-9320,
HALF-ACRE , $10,000
Well trood lot, with water and hydro In, serviced by blacktop'
' road. Trallor allowed, Terms avallablo, For further Info, please
coll Chuck Dowman 005-937-4, '
..COUNTRYJUNGALOW,.*:...,...,.: „..,i.,w.„l,„„ (;i.....«,.:.,,-.....$J9,900.^
Sltuatod on a large secluded approx, 2/3 acre lot, 6 miles west
of Socholt, 1 yoar built, and to Includo stovo,,fridge, washer,
dryer-and somo L,R, furnlturo, Try your offor, please contact Ed
Baker 805-2641,
,1,45 acres In a sub-dlvlslon with water and pOwor to properly,
Close lo community hall, Offors. Ploaso call Larry Reardon 885-
VIEWIOT '     $15,600
Near Sargeants Bay, l62'x 200' with arbutus and others'moll
'trees, This Is a good building slto, In an aroa ol new homes,
Offers, Ed Baker 885-2641. '
Secluded w^H-trqod lots, good slto 125' x 200', trailers permitted, tirid servicod with power and wator, For further Info,
ploaso call'Ed Bakor 005-2641. ,
Just acresUhfiLNorrows Brldgeand, facing Bargain Harbour Is
with |us» the road between you and tho water, Call Larry
Reardon 865-9320,
Ideal for retirement or seml-rotlrement, comfortable 2 bedroom
home, good, barn, all fenced and cross-fenced, good pasture,
Jon McRae
Lorrie Girard
Chris Kanlcainen
Arne T. Pettersen
COACH ROAD: (off Leek Rd) Three year
old three bedroom home situated in a
quiet subdivision in Roberts Creek only 2
miles from Gibsons. Large kitchen with
an eating "nook. YarcMs ~ nicely tand-
"scapedr~yo'ur"s" 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. "
basement  home  nestlei
pfivacy, Five large
and sunny atmosi
bedroom   full
|the  trees  for'
Ovide.a bright
your family. Two
finished firepl^tej^gyled hearth with semi.,
circular openiiT^J Large carport and. nearly
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.
TRAIL BAY: Cory older typa home on Ipospd
waterfront property. Situated in a peaceful
and quiet area with a safe sandy beach,
beautiful ~vlew-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 Waterfront. Two
small cottages on 60' waterfront property
_with_a_20' lane alongsipde^X£op_erty_Js|_on
Tsawcome lease land and is prepaidjo October 1993. Level to beach, privacy 'and
spectacujar unobstructed view. TendnT""--
presently renting one of the cottages. This is
your opportunity to invest in desirable
woterfrontoqe. $2^.900.	
4 Plex
Corner of Winn Road & South Fletcher.
Only One Block from Post Office -
Shopping • Library  ,   '
All suites have super view of the Bay area
with nicely landscaped grounds. This
extremely well kept 4-plex has two 2-
bedroom suites on the lower floor. Both
suites are over 700 square feet in size.
GRANDVIEW~ RD: (off ~Pine) Three
bedroom homp on' a beautifully treed
and fully landscapod lot (175 x 150) with
an excellent view of- Georgia Strait.-
. Kitchen -hras-eatingnoolC~and"a "built-in
oven and range top. Fjoor to_cejiing cut
rock fireplace. 45 x 9 covered-sundeck,
and a huge double carportr $6"3:500.—
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are both 2 levels and have 3 bedrooms
and a four piece bath up with kitchen,
dining,Hivtnqroom,ond_2-P.iece bathroom
on the main floor. In addition the top
suites have sundecks off the master
bedrooms ond a 20' x 10' enclosed storage
or rec room area. The vendor is very
flexible with regard to terms and will
accept a low cash down payment of a
^property on trade. Present revenue- is
$9336700-"per annum—The'incredible investment package is price at only
duplex on a 1/2 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.
SEAVIEW LANE: approximately 2 acres of
forested WATERFRONT property in West
Sechelt. 1758 square foot 3 bedroom home.
Sauna and beach house combo on beach.
EnjoyTfie""view of the Trail Islands from the
glass enclosed patio. $148,500.
SOUTH FLETCHER: A beautiful view of Gibsons Harbour is only one of the many features-
of this four bedroom home. Others include a
feature wall fireplace, hardwood floors,
lovely large kitchen and for the handyman a
16 x 18 workshop. $39,900.
FAIRMONT RD: Exceptional large homeNjQ 1
1/4 acres, spectacular view, in Gibsoris
1388 square, foot home Has many,
features. Three bedrootjis op the main
full basement, two heatilator firepl
stereo system to all rooms, three full baths]
sauna, double heated garage with electric
eye. Huge, sundeck, paved driveway. This
home hos everything! See it today. $76,580.
Nearly   1/2 acfe  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
sundeck.   Buy   now  and   choose   your
carpets.- $54,900.
GOWER PT RD. In the heart of Gibsons one S
block from shopping and the Post Office. S
Three bedroom home on concrete block !
foundation. Post & beam construction. Acorn J
fireplace gives a cozy atmosphere to the I
"living rodm. Nice aivcrBFight with manyTafge I
windows. $33,000. |
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DAVIS ROAD: Charming gable roofed three |
bedroom single storey home. Fully land- |
scapedHofrTjarge utility room for washer, j
dryer and storage. The cement slab carport |
could easily be finished as a rec room. The |
perfect family home close to schools, m
shopping, the curling_home—and—the—nowrH"
-swirnmtng~pooir$37.900. J
•  These lots are'irt" tne1otedr*rural setting^TKey are flat lor^Suilaiftg but ,'surrooiiclecl by 't
evergreens for, the privacy a homeowner enjoys. Ideal percolation. CloseJ6_ schools and
shopping. Priced from only $9,900.
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SKYLINE DR|VE: Overlooking the pay and the.
Village of Gibsons from this quiet and private
lot on the Bluff. Staff building your dream homo
right away on tho expanse of this
207 x 115 x 181 x 66 uniquely shaped lot. LOW
SKYLINE OR; This 70 x 59 x 131 x 122 ft lot with
expansive view of the Bay area and Glbspns
Village Is well! priced. $11,500,
SKYLINE DR:— With tho sewer only, 150 foot
away from this lot and the ad|oln|ng lot also for
salo, makes this an e^cellopt valuo,' The Ideal
spot for a distinct and original homo. Nice <Jlew
and sheltered fi'om the open sea, $19,900,
I OOWER PT. RD: At tho cornor of 14th, ThK»
pro'perty has levels cleared for the building slto
of your choice. Excollont view of Goorgla Strait.
I Approx 80'x 250'. $16,500.
TUWANEK: Only ono block lo boach, full vlow
1 of ln|ot. Piped community wator available, 80'
x 1(40' lot. $9,900.
WAKEFIELD RD; — Good building lot on water
and power overlooking Georgia StraH and
tho Tralllslands. This Is a cornor lot In a nowly
built u^<area, $12,500..
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PRATT RD: Near now schopl site. This lot Is
cloarod and ready to build upon. Mature fruit
trees, dot this 76' x 125' lot. $13,500.
COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65'x 130'.
Close to shopping and tho ocean, Sowor
easement of 10' on SE side of lot, $ 12,500.
GRANDVIEW RD: Lot slio approx, 104 x 105
with.some view over the ocean. Close to beach
occoss, partially cloarod, easy building lot,
$13,000,   ..',,' -  '     ','■,•
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McCULLOUGH RD: Wilson Crook. Closo to one
acre trood property with sub-dlvlslon
possibilities, $22,JOO,
BURNS RD: Good building lot (65 x 130) on
flat land In Olbsons Village, Fodr blocks from
Post Office, stores and transportation, Lightly
treed, Throe blocks from ocean.'All services   •
qvallable. $11,000,
UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreational™
lot in beautifully wooded and park like ared.H
ZonOd for trailers. This lot overlooks SecheltBj
Inlot and jho,Lamb-island,"" $0;9007 ":'~""'     Ml
SOUTH FLETCHER: Atschool Road. Two lots of
40 x 150' each, Ono, lot has a cottage which
could bo rontod. Thoso lots aro mostly cleared
and ready for building, A spectacular view of
tho entire Bay aroa and Koats Island IS Included In tho prlco of $27,500.
GRANRVIEW « PRATT: One ot Iho bettor
building, lots ton Pratt Rd, In rural Gibsons,
Lovol and cloarod with a vlow, Mako an offor.
VELVET ROAD: Beautiful vlow lot In desirable ■
area, Road In and hydj;o and phone to H
proporty, Prlcod well bolow assessed valuo, H
$11,000. , ■
SCHOOL & WYNOART ROADS: Only 6 of these
Duplex-Zoned   lots   left,   Beautiful   view ■
I properties overlooking  the bay,  Close  to-
I ithdolrand shopping. AH fofs p«rf*cHy< suited
| to   slde-by-slde  or   up-down   duplex   construction, Prlcod at $15,500 and $16,500,
SECHELT INLET ESTATES: Deluxe lots with a
spoctacular view of Porpoise Bay, Beach
facilities, nearby moorog^, water, hydro and
tolephone at.each lot, Only 4 T/2 pilles to the
convenloncei of Sechelt, '
POPLAR LANE; Conveniently located* subdivision ' In Olbsons, Only 2 blocks from
shopping centre and both elementary schools
and secondary. Level building sites wllh some
cloarlng on a newly formed cul-de-sac, These
prime lots on fowerand all sorvlcos, Priced
from $11,$00, .
GOWER PT RDi 100' of, waterlroritage, steep
but managable slope, Hydro and water on 'file
esplanade'road, 217 deep with a completely
'unimpeded view to Vancouver Island, Faces
south west far lots of sunshine,
LANGDALE: Level building lot on Johnson |
Road, Fantastic vlow of Howo Sound, $14,500, |
a* scarce as It Is this double use lot]
represents roal valuo, i
DAVIDSON   ROAD: ' Fantastic   vlow "from!
longdate Rfdflo. This lot has a imalltreok on
the vory back of tho proporty, All new homes
^n^bli.areo, This lot Is a full 2/5th of an acre, I
$14,900, j
WHARF ROADi At the corner of Davidson. |
With, a llttlo easy clearing this lot will be
reody to build on, Walking distance to tho
ferry, Lot'sito .Is 00 x ,110,
BOX 1490, R.R, 1, WHARF RD., SECHELT, B.C. V0H 3A0
Bfl 5.3271
OOWER POINT RD: One half acre 100' x 217'
'otrthrcoriiw of 14th and Oowtr Point Rood,
Prlvoway Info one df the many excellent
building sites, Some merchantable timber.
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proporty, — $18,000,
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merclally toned 5 acres. Lightly cleared, close
tp tfioppinflxtmrroTirichooii;$5?,t»or**'
GRANDVIEW ROAD AT 9THt Over 1/2 acre
very prlvatb with vlow, House plans and
building permit pold for ond Included In price,
jMOJte'lstn floor »!fihJodfilMffliiiha ftllJajRL
30x42 (1176 sq It) building, $14,900.
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' ������       t     '" , .'.V  .V . ���r >.  ���pp--^  PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 22; 1978  Happenings-around-the-harbour-  ^r  Thank you all x J ^  By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308 WM. ^J  Ethel McQueen,  Gibsons pioneer,  dies in Comox  There were 45 people involved in the play,  put on__by the PH Physical Fitness  Program at the Conunmunity Hall a few  weeks )ago and they wish to thank  everyone for the community spirit was  wonderful and certain people just couldn't  do enough. A special thanks "goes to Mary  Richardson who was the (good Joe of the  week). She rescued the cast during the  dress rehearsal by getting a step ladder  and putting up curtains. There also was  unexpected support from the schools and  others. Robbie Peters says thank you one  and all.  keep Pender Harbour the waywe want it-  to be. Kay will be sadly missed Dy us all.  ANNUAL AUCTION  Thp Pender Harbour Lions Club will be  having their Fifth Annual Auction on April  29, at 6 p.m.. People,are asked to save  theii*saleableitems for this event. Pick-up  for items, please phone 883-2387. A flyer  will be^going to all residents this week.  CASINO NIGHT  On Saturday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. there  will be another one of those fun-filled  evenings of finding out if Lady Luck is on  your side/The admission is free this year  and no minors_will be admitted..Games_of_  chances are Blackjack, Crown and Anchor, Bingo and everybody's favourite, the  School __"Pet Mousie Game",you knew the little  .-_"'" -If ellow who suddenly gets colour blind, and  u arrv Morrison  -����& in the wrong hole. There will be adult  TJeSl service washeld in the " refreshments in liquid form, hot dogs, and  PH SWIM CLUB  --ThePH Swim- Club will be _ holding" a  "meeting on Tuesday,'April 4 at 7:30 p.m. at  the Madeira Park Elementary  Library.-     , , ,-"���":;  s~\  Royal Canadian Legion hall last Thursday  in memory of PH Lions Club President,-  Harry Morrisson, who passed away  suddenly last Week. There .was standing  room only as friends and relatives came  from near and far to pay their respects to a  dynamic and dedicated man who contributed, in more ways than one, to the  community. Brad Holmes, Jean  Morrison's son conducted the service. PH  Lions Past President, Fred Crosby, wrote  this tribute.  LION HARRY  He joined our club a short three years  coffee.  Workshop in  Ethel Mary McQueen, who came to  Gibsons as a bride in 1924,; died in St.  Joseph's Hospital in Comox March 6 at the  age of 83.   Mrs. McQueen passed away following a  ago, and soon made his presence known to  all. He was elected to Tai^twister and soon  the rare talent that was Ltyn Harry was a  joy to everyone. " /  H_is___enthusiasm, good humour and  boundless energy were indeed his  trademark. The ability to makeXpthers  laugh, to brighten their day, he toa^i in  abundance. When jokes were-directedhis  way he took them in stride and enjoyed the  warm hearted humour from his fellow  -Lions,  The ancient craft of papermaking will  be the subject of a workshop to be held  April 21 and 28 on the peninsula.'  In this workshop papermaking is experienced as an open-ended creative  process derived from all over the world  and combining .Eastern and Western  techniques. Emphasis is on papermaking  as an art.     Participants will learn to assemble all  the equipment necessary for a handmade  paper mill. Included also are techniques of  gathering and preparing natural fibre  from local areas and .making pulp and  paper from recycled paper.      The instructor will talk about the use of  sheets for other fine_arts and.about experimentation with different _sizes, tex-  short illness.  Born in England in 1895, she worked  hard at housework from the age of 14. The  ability to work hard was the best asset she  could bring to the small Gibsons ranch her  husband, John, and herself ran. She helped  with the planting of the gardens^ sawed  wood', searched for'cowhand did many,  many things completely different from her  city life.  With   a   ready   smile   and   kind  disposition, she shared fruits, vegetables  and meat from a_ butchered cow - with  .friends and neighbours.   She was undaunted by the depression  years. Like the most of the women of:thatr-  time she'had to make clothes out'of'near'  nothing for her four daughters. AlTfour <  girls were born at home in the small  family house and delivered by Dr. Inglis,  and the youngest were the first twins born  in Gibsons. -  Even in later years she wanted no frills  and thoughts of a washing machine and  water in the house were ridiculous'.  -However six years .ago_she_ _finally_con- .  sented to have a cold water tap put in the  house.  She continued to live in the same house  she came to as a bride for 53 years. In  October of 1977 Mrs. McQueen moved to  Cumberland and spent *her last five  months with her second .daughters-Mary  Mottl. She still longed for her old place, but ,  WAGON WHEELS  12 oz.  CORNED BEEF  was quite content to have an easy life.  Mrs. McQueen was predeceased by her  husband John, in 1965.  Mrs. McQiieen was much loved by her  four daughters, Amy Jacobson, Surreys-  Mary. Mottl, Cumberland, Joan Newsham,.  Wilson Creek, Jean Day of Kamloops, her  four sons-in-law, eighteen grandchildren  and thirteen great grandchildren plus  everyone who. knew her.    t  When a work_p_arty was called, Lion  Harry was among the first to volunteer,  and his good humour and zest for life  rubbed off on all who worked for him.  Later he was elected-torour club's highest  office, the presidency.        _  His leadership showed a warmth of  kindness and a dedication to the solving of  ttie problems and needs of the community.  The Liohs'park prdjecrbecame his life"  and love. Many times he spoke of his desire  to see the job completed. Along with  several other Lions he worked on the  building continuously for the past seven  weeks. I last spoke with Lion Harry on  Sunday afternoon. His spirits were high  and the spirit df fellowship and goodwill  with the'other Lions were a joy to see. He  expressed the happiness he felt, that the  building was nearly completed, the  property sign' was up and only the  fireplace and waterline left to be finished.  At Christmas, his role of Santa Claus  had a special meaning to all of us. Along  with his wife Jean he played the part as  only Lion Harry could.  His attendance at single and multiple  district conferences greatly helped to let  people know that, indeed there is a Pender  Harbour Lions Club. He was well loved  and respected by all who knew him.  He had something for everyone, a  laugh, a smile, a kind word, a joke to tell.  Lion Hairy was truly a Lion for-all  seasons,  So let us carry on with Harry's hopes  and dreams, let us finish the job that  Harry loved,so dearly. "���:'','  Gone,"but never forgotten, Lion.Harry.  RC LEGION BRANCH 112  There will bo on Easter Bonnet Parade  and Dance at the Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 112 Hall Saturday night, March 25  and prizes will be given for the most  original creations.  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY  CLUB  The winners of the St., Patrick'd Day  Bingo jackpot were: Lawrence Jackson,  Mrs. M. Fisher und Ann McKay. Tho  regular Thursday night Bingo will havo a  , weekly Jackpot ��f ?100 to go and all games  |iave been increased In prizes.  KAY WHITE  Tho PH Community wns saddened upon  ��� hearing of the passing of Kay White, long  -jJW.B?^^9?.^!c?!^��.'JSl!l9 Jlii??*. l^.9J?.w Jll ,,-for', tfoirnio _  ^ti'mi^'iCay * wos" on^of"'Pcadieir' 'tior!56ur:'ir  most soHqus, conscientious and dedicated  supporters nnd sho worked ��� on tho.  executive of tho Community Club for  ,* rtinny years, going on membership drives,  raising plunUi for the garden soles nt tho  bazaors, and was ono of tho muln supporters of tlio community, in helping to  ���IMMMMM  tures, weights and colors.  Call Continuing Education at 885-3512  for written,information and registration.  The workshop fee is $15.  Spending Easter Weekend with friends  or relatives? Take some Laura Secord-  Chbcolates or Nut Meats to your Hostess.  She will remember your thoughtful  gesture. - MISS BEE'S, SECHELT.  ^BSM  Garden shop now open  i featuring  SHRUBS -ROSES - SEEDS  ��� Fertilizers ���  Clay Pots ��� Garden Tools  4 cu. ft. PEAT MOSS $7.25 per bale  FRESH TURKEYS AVAILABLE WED., THURS. AND SAT.  Olympic Sywwt Pickled  AADIItn R  p- p   ,.. . ny ,, p.    .X ,  mmmmmmmrrmmmmmmmmmmmm  us i. a*!.. f ,^,y a$$w  AC RENTALS & BUILDING SUPPLIES  883-2585  Francis Penln. Rd  & Hwy 101  Mon. thru Sat.  8 a.m, - 5:30 p.m  \P \  1 \  \f  , .s. t , ��!,:  'i  Jobs big or small  '       Wb do them all.  fc ..        yX\\ ,      .  Additions, renovations  To cupboards ona wall*  Good Work wo do.  Pick up your phpne  Give us a call  ���frSiSBi3'i2��5i^S'j'    V,  Attend  ���7    " ��  the Church  .  . .  > ., .       . >        i  77Taf'.""  your choice  l  \  iwiww��i^'yyw^^;Waw��'i  *   ; _,SUNSJUNE,CQASX,.   GOSPFJ. CHURCH  ,   DiivlKlJuyiliyiliii.l.aiii'cl    ,,  DnviWUiiy  Sundny School ,.!,,!,, ,,h 9M5 nm  i>p>Mprnin|)''S(|rvW��i>''^^r'^rrtn-v^Y'r'll400��ni  . livcuhig Sufvlcw ��� ,���........ .,.,.���*..<.. m iiOOltijM  ,     ^Wcrt,,l��jr��yor mid Hlblu fluily. ���  ',".' ::v'^;:;K'."'THOTe'ftflRisi%-n'^."''*-^  ��� Vx .MslorCliriWdMcM'iillon    *'���  UNITED CHURCH  Ri'ii.AiuwttoM, Heinlutnlt  ���     8H6-2333  #30 ani ��� S)..John's, Wilson Creek  I l.:lS a.m. ��� Olbsons.  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  nt Ili30.ii.iu, (except Inst' Sundny In  month nt I2;30 p.m.) Wed. Evenings,  7f30. ,  All'In St, John's Unltvtt Church,  l)tiv(s II<{V,  Phono MM!57, WH6-7882, 683*9249  \  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Hn, T, Nicholson, I'ustor ���'��� ,'  v TIM HS OF SUNDAY MASS.'  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OFGANADA  rMembeb^  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons, 885-2201  ��� j,- h^i^p;>.v./vj.-i��^'%!^^^%J^p,,*:':  -���'^���^'������Sp-'pV:  ���JpHlWttpH��Y***V("P  f��f Jn*V��*'VPMI��'^^lfl��4^^ iM  "    !t��  t| _      ,,  '">(,  DOUGLAS'S  Sunnycrest Centre  SPRUCE UP TIME  'Vl.jp  ���''#&*������ X"; ��� ��� *fe:|��'; ��V. i-:. ���'.'.'4^^4i��,:--:;ti*r--i^#H'-p. >sfe HI $&  Floor enamel. Q^rtsvR^g. $5.30^^^^^v.^.^   ,    ,.  UlTEX&ALKyb  Interior & Exterior house paint. Gallons Reg.'10.88  SUNPROOF  Housepaint. Gallons. Reg. '17.60   ...   .   SALE  SALE  SALE  ���tr-^r-yy  )��������������***������*������<  SALE  WATERSPOR  Enamel. Quarts. Reg. '5.99........  I/AKVIVAL  High gloss enamel. Quarts. Reg. '4.98...        ................ SALE  TIMBERLOX :  Natural finish sealer. Gallons. Reg. '13.95 SALE  ^,  DROP SHEETS  Reg. '1.29  Reg. 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Gov't Inspected Frozen Utility Grade  6-16  Gov't Inspected Gr A' Beef  vow t inspected v��r a boot. wnoie       ^ ^       ^^ ^^  round steak ;*1.69  Gov't Inspected Captains Cabin Whole orl/2 a ^^     ���^ -^  boneless ham 7 *2.o9  Gov't Inspected Breakfast Delight  side bacon  lb.....,,  $1.59  Gov't Inspected Boneless  rump or round  steak roast  I D�� '���������#* i  Gov't Inspoctod  ham  Bono In Shank Portion  Ib :   SuperValu Triple pick or Dlppor twin pack  .   lilv  .   liTV  69  &n-M -mM*v$' *���*** j-H**^* ifJfJ>'W '*Tfi  SuperValu  corn  Croam Stylo 14 on.  |> Whole Kernel 12 ox.  Your Choice   3/99  Kloenox  paper towels  2 roll pack  98  Hawaiian  papaya  V  each  California  avocadoes  Berryland Farms  beans with  pork  Size 48'si...  59  49  14 ox. tins ..  ���������t��********����t��*��*������*i  Foremost Grade A  large eggs  pepsi or  mm  ', ���  ( Vl  doz.  ���    *���*���������������������������!  ���    ���t��**l��ltt��*  93  l.S litre bottle  plus deposit ...  77  . iftrfvMSff* bp JW.pfcp;i#��'-.*��W; fa W'rt  Hills Bros Rogular, prlp, or Eloctrlc drip  < i' id* n tin ������*�����* * * ��� * ��� t*c��t ��� v* ���'# *������*�����  Alymor Fancy  tomato juice  48, ox. tin  ' "t. p  58��  Foremost  4 litre pail  MW i �� ��-��-��-��-W-4TpJ-4-^-*-i.-i-8-t J-M-I'J  cream  *12JL  I'W#jjj^  Oven afresh  easier: cakes ,,.....���  *2JH.  Oven-Fresh  oven-rresn & mM "' 4fe 4fe  festive loaf ^      ��� 1.29  Terrl Lynn  hot cross buns  doz..,..,  99  Weston's  roman  meal bread  ��� *  16 ox. loaves..<:.  I  Chelsea Choice Whole oi" |ell   ,  sauce  14 oz. tins  2/99  45  Heinz In Sauco  red kidney  beans  \j>  \.  ^t.*,-,p|*#:.i.-.0*i��^tl|ilp #,�� iititi �� ��� rrr* *m* #���#"���"*''* v* th ��  Better Buy  Pkg of 10  Personalized  easter eggs  each  Prices effective March 23 & 25  We reserve the right to limit quantities  Closed Fri., March 24  ^T|dffrww^'^"[ii^w'r=;**^*^mi^K^'^3  WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF  EASTER LILLIES, MUMS &  HYDRANGEAS FOR  ���?^H}^((W^��i*WPtp��w>��!W*, jpinfei si*-i��pp^iiiB����p^*Vi  .*J*��*��  SiSHPfawh^pMp'i/iis'.^  GIBSONS SuperVal  I mmiMM$*Mwm*��*  *tU��#*lilK ;*&��P^����*W^!������<&<**if �����(������' 'I*  IP^W**"* Ifi .fiW-w-aw  '::^%.:''f'-iV',Vrp^Pii<-pv*i  wmmwmmmwmmmmmmmwmmwwmwmwmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmwtmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^ w <\i rmtimmmwmmmim' * ������:" '����� "'W .'���*������ 4-fr', *?*" ' fjc.*" v*fcirA "V"*41?  ���'*TW::-;^'^":'*r"-"^#^*/*��|"^^3^",'-������:''^<i' ��� :����iirc".'''^rp^.v,;-kpe;^= ���*'*|ip��� p-*'^A������>��� "TV^;t*^o.>:aJw^>i,.aVJ.^^*^,..s'^. v J->^��V.,fc-. -J���*  //  .\XL  /  ,t ipjpdtW!* ^���Kfflu'wjt'V mnvti  ���rw��   ��ppsirtiiMPWi'uii���o'*^��ii,'St  .;rV>  /,-.j...  '\'.  \ * _-^-=_  '��� ���' V  ,���������<  3b-  _t_- 1 -  PageC-4  The Peninsula Times  *������'���������������������������������������***������*���������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������ ��� *��� *  *��� * ** * ��� * ��� ��� ��� * ��� *��� * ,* * * ��� ��� ������������ **_** * * ** * * ������������������������* * ��� * ** ��� * ** * * **  ~+iT ; '      ^ "      -    '      ������'-   -      -       - -      -     ������'  \  and Sunny's 1st Birthday  with a  SHAPE UP  BICYCLES  means it's SPRING  ��� ���  MULTIPURPOSE LEG LIFT  INCLINE BENCH  Fun & exercise for the whole family       v*  list Birthday Specials **  Norco Sports w / o mud reg 149.95 NOW 133.95 ��*  JMoln^mrtrwifXiniSai^r -154,95NOWI 39.95 ����  Mini Hi Rile Convertible reg. 75.95 NOW 65.95 *��  GET A HEAD START ON TENNIS  TEMPO Tennis Balls reg. 3.59 NOW 2.99  the most versatile bench  on, the market  ��� back ad|usts^to  5 lifting poiitfcini -     -     _  ��� adjustable 4 position  squat racks  ��� leg lift-arm curl apparatus  ��� angle iron & tubular  steel braces  TRAIL BAY SPORTS  NO^JIS THE TIME  to choose  ^SOMETHING NEW"  for spring  ���'���V/*E  Large Selection  of  Dresses, Pantsttits   and    Sportswear  *-���-!  **  Sunnycrest Centre   Gibsons  Cowrie Streel  Sechelt  Sunnycrest Centi  Gibsons  FASHION CENTRE  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  iiJsm +.mU*j*iaw*tH*m. I* if W���**  o.  fl  GLOBETROTTER  TRAVEL  A REGISTERED AGENCY  ~^^ONNYCRE^CEOT  GLOBETROTTER  HAS TAKEN CARE  OF EVERYTHING  Elly and Mary  want to wish all the  merchants at the centre  a happy 1st birthday oincl  to all our friends  customers a very  Easter,  REMEIVIBER!  "one call does it all" at  NO EXTRA COST TO YOU  LET US..,  B~*  BOOK YOUR FUGHTS  ��� MAKE RAIL OR SHIP  ARRANGEMENTS  ��� ARRANGE INSURANC  q     (Cancellation, Medical  K        or Flight Insuranco)  PERSONALIZED  ..*,���...*'.i.���,.SERVII��t  PRESENTS:  ,��:;:  **te<t�� i^^htM**  'irpTisted-immvin^awl^  smpP .jh^w*, f f* ^^m^,^m.w^^..'^i^mii,im^mm  i'i.-jpw;.��.' 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"    > ���   - ���   "���       y    -.     _....���������.: . _ .:    - _- t-        (    ������������;���       ���--���        "           "  'AT-A   ������'���  "   '���   ,���/'A'���-ftftvtififtft.ftf'f.ftf ftftft;'  xAyxgA-^^^  ���   ���xtAAAAAyXy&^^MxA  Xy::-'Ay.Ayyyy.yyy;yy:yyr^  '.'���*"���,                                                  tt  l  XXlfimeilie^^  ���ft'-. ft"Jp''  *=*=��=  ."���-:.���  -mmmmi  .  ?ftfs-ftk':S?ftW.^  '.' ."......              ,      .           (.  .���';  ���    "\  ���:  'XA: :AXXXAAxm:;rlW^x^^M  '���'���  :: 1 i||il|||||J|I  |;ftftft>&ft��>��^^  1  ���'���''').  i  .^���iliillllS  ;  ���;'~"^^(^  CHEVROLET A OLDSMOBILE - CHEVROLETTRUCKS  PONTIAC - BUICK -GMC TRUCKS  We welcome Sunshine Motors Ltd.  ��� ' ��� y ' , '"'''��� ..  to General Motors family of  dealerships that extend from coast to  coast across Canada.  This progressive and dependable  dealership reflects fully General  Motors policy of taking positive steps  to establish conveniently located  sales and service centres to serve  community needs better.  Tne people Who serve you at  Sunshine Motors Ltd. are chosen not  only for their competence but also for  I[M!L-$im^eddjB&irjeftto help you in  everyway "possible.  �����,.4���  1    t| *> ����UU8 ^SBHS.  J  .  Friendly salesmen will proudly  show you the selection of new cars,  trucks and quality used cars, if you  require service, you cdn count on  Sunshine Motors Ltd. to give you  promp*;'''ftatT^fioif~ancr'ilifiiohDug'hly  professional work at fair and  reasonable, prices.  Visit Sunshine Motors Ltd. and  discdver all the reasons why the  General. Motors dealer family  maintains its  leadership in  the automotive  UoiiaQa  DEALER No. 00645A  n#te��M��*W��!'*-fi.*;Ws-^  W)tffe$*wipj'iPi"6 ISKf*,****.*  w&piW-Wni' ��tf ��*��?��� ^ii��qp��(iiW*��W^^-��^^^VftiS ff sWWSSVJjSjtit!* ^^-^^SW^te? S^^W*��%��Jft*K>**  ltW%>*^*'v  V\1.W"  "B"'""' ",%iB*#"**%'l "^��W' "\K^f'Jr~~^%  .  ���ft  0  ,#.'l..-r., ...... . .....  (aWM(p��ffiWK4if��-lin  **.��M *( <*-A WPtfpft -SSpAI, fW** i*l*ldiliP��P-Tll^li���'*i*P|*W*-P*��i  1 "��*^W*^W(Wl('^W��ipMN^*p^1��Vi'rf��Wl,��t��V*l^^ *PF��*JS�� �� !lMn-i!*rtJifflj!iW*"aW��iS,"t ���H!c��^fti-W*?^��S,',^-<B��iP^*l����*'f!?1 *  ��i*Kfafri|t��iW!WoK$S=�� �� St-Wp^t^fti^triffiilMft s*��W��!*i.p^~b O-WSIMIM! 1*^1^* *Rp��1i.��*Bps*>^ Mp-*ll��fW*'��S��>p��WSP��S ff|i|P!|lWt��IW WM^l'#��liH*��'W��^I&W��fl)l��Bli^^��W^ -^aWsVhtWpwSpWii*  ��*-H��p��Wwr iwssrtMaiw^iMi^tiw* ����itflw* iwjsf����s (jiw^pfB^^ra^* j n��fMrt^#^* iwv^ii^wi^  p^iJawp") naiu,3��"',>wli**'��'��pw^H����'A  ��� t. '-v.   ',V% ft*.-   p-'^p"  ,. %  w,!  n p' ��*����*".���.  V.   '  f" I ��� ������ 1.,  ���    .. I  Y  / * .i  --r  The Peninsula Times  rage v/  Z3C  3C  ac  x  Treat Your  Family To  :EASffeR PINNER at  on GOOD FRIDAY'S p.m. - 10 p.m.  !}   and EASTER SUNDAY 4 p.m. - 9 p.m.   ft     ��� Deliveries as usual ft  TRY THESE SPECIALS FOR EASTER DINNER  ft  Jewelled Shrlmp_Scarlet Prawns        Crab Meat Oriental   Prawns Cantonese  Golden Chicken     Butterfly Prawns    Peking Duck Pepper Steak  "Happy Birthday Sunny"  y   Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons 886-8015  IC=  ..ji-rijtru-uiiLi-u-u-pri.i-i.nrxi-i.i-.i-.-ii-irir.->i-irr^r.-ii-.-.-,ri-i-. ,- ������-���'���-���     ............. ���������������������� ��� ��� �� ��im<mp��mmwww w��kiww��i��i��pi  TODD'S  CHILDRENS WEAR  "where quality makes the difference"  *���  -*>���-��-y-  FOR OED-EASHIONEBTGOODNESS  THERE'S ONLY ONE'  YOU-DEL'S  in the centre  HAPPY  BIRTHDAY  . "SUNNY" ���  ANNIVERSARY SUPER SPECIAL  "PROFESSINAL"  HAIRDRYERS  o*��c $2500  also  IN-SHOP SPECIALS ON MENS & LADIES  HAIR GROOMING PRODUCTS  FOR PROFESSINAL STYLING  Sunnycrest Centre  &  \L  ^-. The_SiafLaii^Mffiiageiii^i^of ^  SUNSHINE GM.  are proud to be a apart of  "SUNNY'S" FIRST BIRTHDAY  and want to wish all the merchants at the  SUNNYCRESTCENTRE  the very best in the years to come.  SPECIAL BIRTHDAY OFFER  Any person who see's our representative at the Sunnycrest Centre between  March 21st and April 1st, 1978 and who purchases a new automobile during  this time will receive ...  tREE  LUBE and OIL for 1 YEAR  (ak required from purchase date)  and a  ��5  a��)' * auu. uu 1[��jmm  MF. GIFT CERTIFICATE   \��>  ,(tO...I>,^T.,f p,8fl^:.'{it,  any participating sunny ere*? merchant,  sunshlno Q.m./fewm  ��.��,: T  ..*L,.,..",<  ���"piirftlf^YOu^can'^  undor a car. Giver her a kick and wako hor up,""'  >i v,  '' ii - iftftuft" ���������" ft'-ft '"--'���, fti. i' ���  ������":���*,';."���   ^'"ft- '���"'������ft;     "also '    '  .'.!���{;��������� ������'! ���lJ,*'i ,\'y �����*��� '  ���������*'������ '���.'-*���( ��� ���<.���:- *���������  -:':j   '������ ��� ���������:S w,f. l��� ��� ,.���,,,, <K.,i ^ .. ,*.,_ ,).iV,i>fl   . y,     * l  is to everybody for making our March 11 Grand Opening a huge  success. However we ran into a SLIGHT PROBLEM, Of the 13 people who  bought new caiir 7 of them had trade-Ins. Our used car lot across the street  from our showroom is    "v'^v..---; '���:'  ,v,  i-.;pjfljj**'(;i��f. i*'(*.-"**"  ,U     'V,  JAM PACKED WITH GOOD USED CARS  COME AND MAKE AN OFFER  W REASONABLE OfHpEFWSED  "nohqity hut nohody gives service like   P  885-94���4  885-5411  , r  ���ft   ���  ppl't'L''.  rff^   S^^i ��- *   J *  wftf wwwo,n��Wit*Mf4*i.to*  * tuD.^mm^xtt  ij,    J f*t M4 ���!**     *f   ��***,(>    *��t,  ���ft I    ,', ���'  ' '���.  ���'Ifli-'.-: PageC-8
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