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Array i>*.-1  I '.'.  ' I  �� ���  .O  <i   ' J \   y,   ;_' \.  Members of the Coast Garibaldi IJnion-  Bo&rd of, Health voted by a large xnajofity  last Wednesday: to, request that \the  Ministry of health move the union's  headquarters' frond "Powell, River "to Gik  sons, despite the contrary recommendation df Director Bruce Laing.  The board also voted to request that the  new speech and hearing centre also be relocated from, Powell River to Gibsons.  Impetus for the request comes  primarily from complaints from the Howe  Sound School District (Squamish) that  location of the headquarters in Powell  Jfliver results in restrictions on that  district's health services Because of its  geographically remote location from  Ppwell River. The health union also includes theSechelt and Powell River school  districts:  '��� Moving the headquarters would involve  an initial transfer of the union's four top.  administrators: Laing, ttie: nursing,  supervisor, the chief health inspector and-  the office supervisor. x  Laing argued that_ there is a greater  concentration of staff in Powell River than  in any other part of the union area and that  ' ��� it is obvious to me that senior staff should  be where the greatest concentration of  personnel ,are." '  Z~ Hfcfalso said that the move "would be a  great upheaval for the personnel involved.  "If it were for a-very good reason, I  would have to accept the move< But I don't'  see any great necessity at this time. The;'  move would not result in any more service  (for other areas). We do not serve; we are  administrative personnel."  Lorraine Goddard, the Village of  Gibsons representative to" the board,  quoted School District Supt. John Denley  iji arguing that '^services tend to cluster  around the senior^staff." ' _[_  Howe (  Sound     School     District  Representative   Margaret  Marchanf  reflected her district's.frustrations with,  the situation when she angrily asked Laing^n the matter.  at one point, "Aren't we important? We've  had to fight for everything we got." ���  , Sechelt Village, representative Joyce  Kolibus was the only board member  outside the "Powell River area who  ���declined to support the move to Gibsons.  "The feeling I get froni my area,"-she  said, "is that it really doesn't mattervery  much ope way or another." .  Other representatives argued that  while population is declining in the. Powell  River area, it is growing on the Sechelt  Peninsula and in the Howe Sound area. -  The board's recommendation virill now  go to the Ministry of Health for a decision  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  * In other business, the board heard that  a regional dental consultant has been  hired to. service the Coast Garibaldi area  and "the ,centfal and upper Vancouver  Island health units. The position has been  vacant for some time as health officials  had difficulty filling the job.  The board deferred a request by Laing  that peninsula resident Sue Nichols be  permanently retained" as a part-time  nutritionist. Nichols has recently completed a pre-natal nutrition study for the  health unit, which Laing described as  "very highly commended by doctors here.  "We are yiry fortunate in having such  a highly-qualified person living in^ihe  community, and I feel we should make use  of her abilities," Laing said.  The board indicated that $hey wanted  more information on the proposed job  definition before recommending Nichols'  hiring.  Susan Frizzell reported to the board  that the long term health care program  now has, an enrolments 275 persons and  that "since we just began building up the  service at the beginning of January, it will  probably increase regularly for the next  ' couple of years." ~J , ���   .  She said the need for home care "is  being felt more in this area" and that an  adult day care project is under consideration- by the 4����cal Community  Resource SocietyT ~  \ v  **���  Serving fhe Sunshine C^ast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthoms Landing, Gibsons. Roberts Creek,  _Wilson .Creek   Selma Park   Sechelt. Holfmoon Bay   Secret Cove, Pender Hrb....Madeira Park   Garden Bay, Irv.nes Landing, Earls Cove, Egmont  1���������M���i^ ^���J���-_-Mi-M|MW||JWMi_1_| . . Ir. __   LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Phone  885-3231  Union e{��sj&j&p? Label  22 Pages ��� 15c Copy  Board deadlocked  on review brief  Volume 16 ���   C^-  No. 21  C*cto<  Sr ������  Roberts Creek residents will have to   suffer through another summer without,  'Wednesday, April 26,1978   increased wafer pressure, but a recent  ��� Regional District public utilities com  mittee decision may alleviate the problem  by next yearT  __^Directors recommended extension ;of  the third zone water line to Flume Road to  ensure an adequate water supply tp the  -area. A ���  In a report at the April 20 PUC meeting,  Works SUp't. Gordon Dixon ssftd the extension would be a'stage by stage process  that will eventually alleviate the water  pressure problem in Roberts Creek.  ��� However, because of the need fpr a cost  analysis to determine the funding of the  project, there will be no improvement in  time for the hot weather this summer.  Once started, the project to expand the-  14 inch main will take apprpximately three  years. ,  The PUC received a letter from Cameo  Lands Ltd. advising that the company has  paid its contribution of $24,700 to the Field  Rd. waterline extension and will install  the 2,800 feet of line fronting the proposed  industrial park. The wogksjmperintendent  said that digging for 'this^^rect will start  in approximately on/a wee$p$>  In other committee business, directors  recommended immediate development of  a waterj&ystem along North Rd., Cham-  berline Rd., Chekwelp Indian Reserve,  Upper Reed Rd. and Upper Granthams.  Directors want to start negotiations-  with the Village of Gibsons for pumping  from Zone 2 to Zone 3 through its -new  250,000 gallon reservoir to service the  expansion.' ,A ... -  A study remains to be done to'deter-  The directors discussed the possibility  of entering into direct negotiations with  the Indian Band Council concerning the  westward expansion of the district water  system through Seghelt to Halfmoon Bay.  A plan to put a 14 inch water line  through $, .common utility corridor was  recently set back wheApprovincial agen-*  cies and B.C. Hydro aid not accept the  corridor concept.  The board^ discussed digging up the  present 6 inch'main through the area and  replacing it with an 8 inch line as a temporary measure to enable the servicing of  Halfmoon Bay.  Martin Dayton and Agris Berzins of  Dayton & Knight engineering firm-were  present at the meeting to discuss sewavge  system alternatives at Langdale and  outlined a $1 million plan that met with the  Committee's ^tentative approval.  Berzins. described a $1 million plan to  establish a sewage collection system at  Langdale and then pump the effluent to  Gibsons' to be discharged through its  treatment plant, as "a long term solution  and one we're technically enthused  about."     -.   He said the plan would allow the  eventual hook up of Hopkins Landing,  Soames Pt. and Granthams Landing  through a series of lift stations and could  potentially service the entire area.  Berzins said funding for the project is  available through federal* and provincial  grant programs -.that could possibly pick  up between 60 anS 90 per cent of the cost of  the sewer system.  Directors asked the" firm to finish its  Langdale study on the basis of that plan,  and 'decidedifo approach Gibsons council  * ��� - .%     '  -*".���.'.:  ' NO, IT'S NOT true that almost all of  the dignitaries on the Sunshine Coast  were eaten by a Poclain monster last  Wednesday. The event was In fact the  happy occasion  of the "groundbreaking for the new addition to St.  Mary's Hospital. Mortf photos inside.  mine the method of financing the project   to see-if it isfogreeable to the plan  Regional directors okay  garbage dump proposal  ���    A  A ���  Tennis pros are rebuffed in Gibsons  After receiving the approval of Sechelt  Council to use village tennis courts; to  conduct lessons, two Vancouver tennis  pros have apparently had the same  scheme turned down by Gibsons Council,  Although Gibson clerk Hack Copland  says the request to use the courts is "sort  of in limbo right now", village council  defeated a motion tp concur Ulth the  W. Sechelt man  rfeqiiest if a successful application for a  business licence was' made.  best potential.  Copland said that the matter will  In a brief to cqilncil^t the April 18   probably Come up ^^tW^ineeting  meeting, Jeff Browrtand' Gordon Hai^ey "'^'deTunfi^ because of the  asked council's permission to use jthe   lack of a firm decision by council.  in  ��� A West Sechelt man died in St. Paul's  Hospital April 20 following an accident  outside his homo�� on Highway 101.*  Leo ��� Wilfred Hopper suffered multiple  fractures March 31 when a,truck collided  with his automobile. Tho 68-year-old man  is survived by his wife Edith,  courts one and a half hours in the morning  twice a week and several hours in the  afternoon and evening.  Brown and Harvey1\yould charge $24  for a six-hour group session and $12 an  hour for private lessons to provide what  they called an "effective and proficient  tennis Instruction system for the SunlshirtO  Coast."; ���   . ,       .'���-'.'���'  ' Mayor Lome Blain cast the deciding  voto against the motion on the "moral  principle" that the taxpayers, have'  already paid for the courts, and that they  should not be used for a commercial  venture.  Harvey commented that since tho  taxpayers had an investment in the courts  thoy might llko to see them used to their  They haven't really said no," said the  clerk, "but then they haven't said yes>  either.*',, ,,.''. r.._ _;���     ';���'.���.', -;; *  In [other business, council denied an  application for a business licence for a  combination gift and tea shop in the  ��� ���See Page A-3'  Regional directors have recommended '  the establishment of a central waste  disposal  site  near Sechelt  where' all  .Peninsula garbage picked" up by contractors would bef.dumped.     v\  The Public Utilities Committee  decision was a result of two years of  rpreSsure to upgrade the Peninsula's four  dumps  to  Pollution  Control  Board  In defence of the smoker and boozer  "Somebody's got to speak up, for the  smoker and the boozer in this province and  it might as well be me;" said Mackenzie  MLA Don Lockstead.'  The chain-smoking politician told the  legislative assembly on April U that the  government's recent tax Increases for  tobacco and liquor were "taxing working  people, Unemployed people, more  than...people with a. lot of money,"  Lockstead said, "It doesn't matter to  those rich people over here If it costs them  $5��a pack. They could pay $10a pack.,,.  They could pay $50, and $100 a bottle for  imported wines, while we peasants drink  British Columbia wines." .  The provinces 1978 budget increased  the cigarette tax from 12 cents to 24 cents  for ei package of 25 cigarettes, effective  April 11. Alcohol prices in government  liquor stores were raised to produce an  additional $20 million in revenue this year.  By way ofaomparlson, other provincos  tax cigarettes per package as follows:  Albertii, 8 cents; Saskatchewan, 24 cents;  Manitoba, 20 cents; Nova Scotia, 15 cents;'  Prince Edward Island, 20 cents, and  Newfoundland, 33 cents.  requirements and follows a vow made by  directors in January to, come up with a  firm decision by February.  The PUC approved a plan at an April 20  meeting ^to**BStablish a level B - waste  disposal site at anew location near the  ���present Sechelt dump, while retaining  dumps in Pender Harbour and Gibsons as  level C dumps for local use. The dump  presently operating at Halfmoon Bay,  would be shut down. -'  Directors rejected a motion made, by  Garbag6 Committee chairman George  Gibb to establish a central {site.ln Roberts  Creek, "tho centre of the garbage  population". As part of his plan, Gibb also  proposed closing down the Sechelt, Gibsons and Halfmoon Bay dumps, but continuing tho operation of the Pe;Hor Har-  , bour site.  Directors, sitting on tho PUC turned  down Gibb's suggestions because Dayton  and Knight, the district's engineering  firm, opposed a site in Roberts Creek.  Dayton and Knight made a report to the  regional board in January suggesting four  optional plans to upgrade the Peninsula's  dumping system, but Gibb said the firm  "never really said" why it wais against a  itQbertsLCreek,site.������ _1_^/J n  Gibb said he has spent, the last six  weeks talking to "everybody who knows";  ^anything about garbage" and looking into  the possibility p��, a convenient site in  Roberts Creek,  He sald^directors "sort of informally"  s asked .him to look into other possible  solutions, but now he says his efforts were  a waste of time considering Thursday  night's decision.  "I may as well have save all my time,"  said Gibb. ' . ���   '  Gibb called the decision to locate thei  central disposal site in the geographically'  central location of Sechelt "Inconvenient  as hell and expensive as hell".  "We're going to be trucking 75 per cent  of the garbage," he said, "bccausHt's not  the distance that has the garbageiit's tho  See Pilge A-3  Sunshine Coast festival  winners named  ��^E tl--Jilt, M,i>��Ji#h^<i^>  Tho Sunshine Coast Music, Drama and  Dnnco Festival concluded Its competitions  last week with an awards concert at  Elphinstone Secondary on, Saturday, the  first of two such events, "     ,'  Winners of the three $50 Arts Council  prizes were Joanne Wijeslnghe for dance,  Judith Ann Peters for speach arts and  Rogeno Talento for music.  The second awards concort will bo  Saturday, April 2D, 7:30 p.m, at tho  -Twilight Theatre, A concert of festival  highlights will bo hold Friday, Mny 5, at  Madeira Park,  Othor award, winner?��ro as follows;  SPtfECII ARTS AND DHAMA  *i Choral    spoftfcjng-Codnr    Qrovo  Elementary primary  grade;   one act  play-Chatolcch Jr. Secondary; drama���  class;  \t.  rccltotlon-Klm Watts;  jr.  monologuo and duologuo-Ellcon Bandi;  openTwttatton^^^^  Bible reading-<?arrle Wpalace;and open"  Bible rcndlng���Jiifllth Ann Peters/  DANCE-"������',/��� ���������'���'"��� .������;������' ��� ; "-A    '-���  Ballot novicoHSojrreHVnd Kostor  Tomklos; tap novlce���Clndy Forrest and  Tanya Wilson; Cabaret novlce-Bcrcn  Tomklos; Jr. classical bnllptr^Llsa Chen;  jr. character ballet-ChajNsso Jung; Jr.  tap-Morgon Allword, Cheryl Foster and  Marlene Soblo and Jr. stage dance���  "Elvis".  Also, jr. song- and dahco~lt)ebblo  Middlcton; sr. classical ballc��-Shlrtoyk  Arlta; sr, character ballot���Lin^a  Thompson; sr, Jap-Jack Kettle; sr. stago  dance���Christine Iplno; sr. song and  dnnco���Linda Thompson, . and  choreography���Valerie Williams.  BAND'   i      Elementary school bnnd-rPowclI Rlvor  Grudo 7 District Honour Band; secondary  school band-Elphinstone Sr.' Secondary  Band tiod'Wlth Howo Sound "Sri Secondary  Band; Instrumental solo���jRIccoh Talento,  .ajB^jMtra.n^^^  Barbara ^Simkins .and  MU^C  Jr, Pianoforte solo^Jan^t 'Butcher;  A'yyAA ;;t:^��^��^M:,  Mas*  i��W   n��Wt*!��M(   #KSt ww��*Wf iMSSW*, rp  ./  a "hb����*w|pih.^*^pp*wji**'^:^^^  isMt>0^m>��w.  \  "f"  ��*-.�� ��������JMltl'>. i.~   )��*������'  *-i \ %:: ���  'A''.  ���h  -PageA^  - The Peninsula Times.  <��&'  W*rz  * H    V'4*]^     '  Wednesday, April 26,1978  .J     .     ' s* **   r pp   \ ^     "*  ���. r'.liij,  - sB^-i;  ;vV;;l^; \\';a:.\:]^A A^V^^'^'^A'A.'^^ r 'A'1'  'iA^X'-fAX:: A-Ak.   A-"Xi I ^t_ AA\.-'Ajtiteyhss isitkf-umlifepffiti guardian of ;  ittnU Fitzgerald^ Editor-     '   'A/A .wciy>other!righi that free <men prize^   ���  >)      > ' ������    . -   - '    ''���'." .^-"       '1 '  .' '���"Winxinn Churchill.  "N  A job well done  , The award donors, too numerous  to be mentioned here, do not go unnoticed of? unappreciated. And the  festival committee gets one big round  of applause for a job well done.  That   committee, consists   of*  'Chairman Peter Prescesky and  ___welcome_ opportunity If or JwlsterJng _ members Florence^Prescesky, Aletta  ^one's confidence inthis communityi^Jlker,lMae-foeerr^Jean Milward,  and   perhaps   especially   in  the   Brian Butcher, Frank Holmes, Les  children. The whole thing just makes-  Fowler and Kay Hatcher. Tell them  .you feel good and maybe that's all   "thanks" the neist time you run into  that needs to be said about it. ohe of them.    I    "'  J Congratulations are in order to the  ^Festival    Committee    and    the  numerous talented'participants in the  Fifth Annual Sunshine Coast Music/  Drama cJid Dance Festival.  The  event was,  as^always,  a  READER'S RIGHT  Hydro plans GKeekye survey  The following letter was sent to  Regional Board chairman Harry Almond  by the B.C. Hydro and Power Authority:  Dear Mr. Almond:  , This letter is to advise the Regional  District of Sunshine Coast and others  concerned of our plans to initiate field  surveys on the* segment of the transmission- line route between Cheekye  Substation and Salmon Inlet (see sketch  map, attached).    .  As you may be aware, with the exception of some very preliminary  feasibility surveys of" potential water  crossings, there have been no field surveys  conducted for the routing of this project.  Further, it is not our intention to conduct  field "surveys on those segments of the  project_where alternative basic cprridors_  are being assessed and publicly discussed  (Sechelt Peninsula, Nelson Island) until  the consultant's f mar'addendum" to thev  consultant's Phase I report is published,-  and a conclusion with respect to a final  route alignment is reached.-    "     "      ��  However on the segment of the project  lying between Cheekye Substation and ���  Salmon Inlet there are no reasonable  alternatives to the preferred route. Much  of this part of the corridor is in rugged -  terrainwithheayy snowfall and difficult  access problems. Ijti this respect, for field  work onthe ground we are dependent upon  ttie seasons, and we plan to take advantage of the coming summer months to  begin some route surveys on this segment  /of the line. Any property owners who  might be directly affected by this survey  will, of course, be contacted in advance.  Please be assured that field investigations on this segment of the project  in no way commit Hydro to construction of '  the project, nor do they indicate a final  route decision. This decision can not be  reached for some months yet, and you will  be fully advised. If you have questions or  comments, please let me know.  J.C. Dawson, Manager ���  Community Relations  Big Brother is no  longer in Victoria  X  Editor, The Times:  Harry Almond, Chairman of the  Sunshine Coast Regional Board, Geprge  Gibb, Area. E.Director, and "Frank West,  Chairman of; the Elphinstone Electors  .Association, are all in favour of the Sunshine" Coast Regional Board.  Regional government is intended' to  provide local representation; presumably "  this is preferable to provincial government, which is uninformed as tp the needs  and wishes of the people of this area.  De-centralization is the name of the  game, and Almond, Gibb and West firmly  believe that the provincial government  THE PeNINSULA*^^  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt    ;  ^t��� on-B.CLIs-Sunshine-Coast     ���  , by  The Peninsula Times  lor West pres Publications Ltd.  ut Sochelt, B.C,  Box 310 ���Sechelt, B.C.  ':'��������      ,     V0N3A0  "���      Phone 885-3231  '|V' '  Office hour's: 8:30 a.m.  to 5 p.m. Tues.-Sat.  Subscription Kajcs: (in advance)  Locril, $7 per year. Beyond 35'inllcs, $8  U.S.A., $10. Overseas $11.  if"  JThank- you _to^   Sechelt Taxi"...  Editor, The Times:  The Resource Society's MiniBus was  booked one i-ecent day "to take Mrs. Lou  'Pierce from the Extended Care ^ard of  St. Mary's Hospital to her home for theA~  af Jernoon where a birthday party had been  arranged for her. Unfortunately the driver  of the bus was ill and it looked for a while  that the party would be without- the  honored guest, as the means of tran-,  spoliation had to accommodate a wheel  ���chair.  However, Betty Crosby, bus dispatcher, phoned the Sechelt Taxi Company to  see if a driver could be spared to drive the  bus, Mr._Neil McLardy,=co-owner-of.the-  company came to the rescue and party  arrangements were successfuly con-  - eluded. Nell, thanks.  Jack MacLeod  ���-rrr-^-=-^=r=^= r -���-PublicitjrChairman-  In  case you're a bit disappointed ... I decided to take a leaf from the government's book and  . adopt a tight money policy."  Good things are  still happening  Editor, The Times:  The news appears to reflect only, unpleasant or negative happenuigsand often  leaves one feeling depressed. People have  stated to me they no longer care to read  the papers or watch the news because it's  so distressing.  x ���r_W;_/  _                ,   _   ��� _   - -Take:heart, "there are "many"positive  By, MARYANNE WEST ��� provide a^popular!' broadcasting service,        (8) The CBC's reflection of special and   and wonderful things happening all around  There will be a CBC shareholders .it should strwigly guard against con-   minority needs.���_do_you feeLthe_CBC ���us-We-,see it daily through the Resource  sidering itself a mass medium.  "The ' enables British Columbians to express   Society's Volunteer Bureau.- Volunteers  range of viewers reached Lfmuch more   themselves, to _ each other and equally-" give.others the benefit of their time and  A time of recoiling iorzthe GBC  meeting ih Ottawa in June. Because the  Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, in  which you and I and Hans Schmidt across  the street are all shareholders, is a  somewhat different organization from Sun  Life' or Mac Bio, shareholders, meetings  are somewhat different too, though the  basic premise of accountability is the  same.  should, de-centralize its power, and give  some of it to the regional board.  " Surprisingly, once they havevacquired  powerto govern, Almond; Gibb and'West  don't believe in de-centralization  anymore. As a matter bf fact, suddenly  they are in favour of centralization of  government! i  Harry Almond is reported as having  suggested scrapping the municipalities,  and having one entire regional district.  Geroge Gibb is reported as having  proposed that the Gibsons voters should  have been overridden when they ref used to  join the water function. And Frank West is  reported to have said that the Electors  Association fully supported the idea of one  regional district for the entire area,  although no mention will be made of this in  their brief.  You may "wonder why people who endorse the principle of decentralization,  wWld"^6~a~T:omplete--about-facer-and-  propose that the Sunshine Coast have one  central government, the regional board.  The answer can be found in two little  words that keep cropping up,vfjiw,t^(r  suggestlpns and recommendations, More  power in central areas, More power to  extend general services,1 Power to  override municipalities, More power over  zoning and enviorrtmental controll  Don't look now, but Big Brother Isn't in  Victoria anymore.  MaryGross  >   ���- Sechelt  �� Outdoors Unlittered  ���*'���'.!  mmi^m  ���m  .xrrniit.HJw'.'t  ���X';'  Broadcasting in Canada is not only a  complex system of complementary  private and public sectors, but where  government is concerned, of a particularly  senstive" nature.      " -  The CBC is officially responsible to its.  shareholders  through  Parliament _ and  each year appears before the appropriate  Parliamentary Committee to account for  itself and how its-mandate is being met.  The Broadcasting Act specifies that the  CBC should: "(1) beat balanced service of  information, enlightenment and entertainment for people of different ages,  interests and tastes covering the whole ,  range of programming in fair proportion;  (2) be extended to all parts of Canada, as ���  public funds become available;^) b,e in  English and French, serving the special .-=-.*  needs of geographiq. regions, and actively* -   , .  contributing to theijElow and exchange^ trf��^*v-  cultural and regional information and'  entertainment, and (4) contribute to the  development of national unity and provide  for a continuing expression of Canadian  identity." .  . In recent years the CRTC has provided  greater   opportunity   for   grassroots  discussion of CBC programming by  separating individual station licence  ; renewals and hearing them in the major  centres across the country. One was held  recently  in  Vancouver,  Victoria   and  Kamloops. The hearing which will be held  June 12 in the Government Conference  Centre, Ottawa, is the important licence  renewal for the whole, network operations.  It is important because the CBC has  increasingly come under criticism in  ~riecentryears~as-Canadlans-haver become  more aware of its importance to national  unity and our feelings of self-worth* as a  nation distinct from our neighbours. The  CRTC puts it this way: "The unique  contribution that the CBC has made to  Canadian society has become Increasingly .  difficult to maintain as integrated communication t services have proliferated.  "The CBC has become, therefore, more  crucial than ever before maintaining the  national purpose in broadcasting, and'for  achieving the policy objectives of the.  Broadcasting Act. The changes In the"  publlcly-supporte^ and private elements  of tho Canadian Broadcasting system  seriously threaten the CBC's traditional  role and suggest the heed for continuous  analysis and planning to ensure the continued development of policies and  programs designed to malntln the CBC's  key role in the national broadcasting '  system".  The CRTC goes on to itemize the points  which it finds of particular Importance  and gives a brief summary under each  lioadlrig* of tj^hlstorlc^  tholr concern. t  The following ore tho headings under  which the CRTt proposes to conduct  discussion and of which it Invites your  opinions as a shareholder in1 tlio Corporation.  (1) Tho CBC's expression of Canada ���  relevant to this lire the effect of CBC's  organizational and operational structuro,  its programming philosophy, how ,  schedules reflect the diversity of the  regions, and Uio development nnd exposure of Canadian talent,  .<2) The public's right to be informed ~-  standards of professional, Journalism, the  rules of debate, tho right to reply and tho  requirements,.of ��� cvldtihccLtn rsupport .of,.,;  assertion, ttie publcl's vital freedom to  receive accurate information and informed fcommontfiry on all sides of important questions of public concern.  of Inqfllry Into tho CBC last year tho CRTC  Jiascmphnfllzcd Its bellcf'Mibat while ��ho  'cBUnitilc l^JQsdmtt^Tfcpe iotfl mjSt- ,  minority, that .iCi^V V w'^UtiC^..;  relevant and important than. the  numerical size of any particular  audience." CBC's standards must be  qualitative rather than quantitative.  (4) The question of the CBC's commercial constraints���you may remember  that the QRTC's 1974 decision contained  the recommendation that CBC television  phase, out its dependence upon advertising  revenues over a period of 5-10 years but  the gov^rnnfeiit'wouldn't guarantee extra  funding to replace lost revenuesonly that  it expected CBC to do more with less.  (5) The CBC as an open and responsible  public service ��� the CBC is working on  plans for special network advisory council  on Aaricultare,.Jhe.Ji^,._-5��TO^juBd���_:  Musid as well as a general* advisory  council. CRTC notes that the views of  individuals and groups regarding this  important to the rest of Canada. How do  you feel about* the policy for economic  reasQns.to centralize the xadio news from  Toronto? Do you find CBC radio  programming overly city oriented? Do  you recognize Canada's multi-racial  society when you watch television or listen  to radio?  This-is your opportunity to express your  views. Write to the CRTC, 100 Metcalfe St.,  Ottawa, K1A 0N2 with a copy to the CBC,  ^ 1500:Brdnsdn Ave., Ottawa," K1G3J5. Both  letters must be registered with the receipt  for the CBC's copy enclosed in the letter to  the CRTC.       ,  ,Io simplify the procedures, I will en-  ^ctoseyour letters with mine. Just forward  to thTF^^sula::T?^^6ffi^^Bffli^'10,  important issue will be of particular interest to them.  (6) CBC's International service.  ��� (7) CBC Facilities, extension���of service, and financial support.;'  Sechelt, and I will get .the_popies made  Please enclose 25 cents for your share of  costs.  I would welcome input for a brief as  well. Phon! ,886-2147. There is a deadline.  Letters must be received by the CRTC by  May 12,1978. ^   ..  talentsih a variety ofways. There are also  those who hear of a personal need in the  community and quietly assist with no  expectation of acknowledgement or credit.  Recently a .personal need was brought  to the attention of the Volunteer Bureau. A  young mother raising her family alone and  living far from the villages was having a  difficult" time managing the family  laundry as she had no machine or transportation to a laundromat. The problem  was solved through one phone call and the  kindness and.generosity of a community  member who donated and delivered a spin  washer-dryer machine.  So you^see the good things are still  happening.    Just    when    you    feel  fe*iiscoui^��d^lpeg��efm^^^  :-?;i-r:r!-.  W-'��>w*<sr-w.  renews our faith in mankind.  Thanks good neighbour ��� a gold medal  and a good day to you. .     _  ��� Betty P. Wray  Volunteer Co-ordinator  Community Resource Society  -fer_J  a  ROBBIE SHORE, an employee of   sorts a large cedar that will make up  Gulf Log Salvage hear Port Mellon,   part of a Merch hobm containing logs  of different sizes destined to be sawn  into lumber.     ,  ���*���  GROWING  For National Forest Week  *,.:.��.iv*mHt*>*��t>** m  M5p^*$naH��*rt��l*!**<�� ^^V��*^J.l!l^l'��(*'i^��['!r1>W1*?ilil  *f^%^*^W'3|*H*'V^lh^fffc>+^fr>MVw'  ihroughoutthelyaar.  .BWiStiWJWW(��(t'-'��1  ^i^Wi^jFMv^tpriS.' *  mmmmmamt  x^;.'4  National Forest Week Theme ~r 'We Need-Trees"  .���-.yt'.iff^ ^^ ,    ,   ���'      '"'p* '', ���"������;���������"   ���   fi  '������;  ' L.iL:"* *:r ''���' ��� ''.'��� 1,C'Av',;.!��iW*��'l'"<^..'-2.7.��>. .W,m.��,.���'j  ^jrv..   .   7 ��� ai���        v    i  ..,,��,      ...   ,.���*!.  ,i.i,',&;,{'���->" >'...",'  1,*^. u. iAJIj.  .* ��� ���  -yft*��. -��W  '.VP  *,'     ilk       I  .r���,   .i   .      ,  ,'"r*l  1 \  >  ,'f*      I*1,  '..AyxkiiX^^1''  TT  I  WMW5������fM^��^*.��ti^KfW��!  rtiiSKi^iii!*^*!*!**!*1?*^ atfEMWrtWff! JM��*ts^����WsW����iWJ"n <��*Witt��W01^^��n^��lW**H'��'*' M  ��� ���'���'������       ������,������������������ '  ���:���"    ���   "W  ��� ,-���)..        ..-    ..        .���,.    ,. | ��� ���".  r(E��^4ywV*��?<��*��^��*P**^^^P*P^,'P*1*n*P*��P*^'^^  1 ' ', I i .  "'r'***"-'"-*'!''"  ��U1���.  ���',      | I  )        ,'.     \ /������-  .'>���''/  t ">",_.  tr  Wednesday, April 26, 1978  ��� -;i  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  MORE ABOUT . .  Directors okay (lump  ���From Page Ajl  population  ���--3-,  The level B dump proposed for Sechelt  .will Have to be covered with landfill every  other day and the two satellite C dumps  will have to be maintained in the, same  ���way once a week.  HoweVer Gibb said he doubts thte plan  Will meet with Pollution Control Board  requirements, 'fit's their job to determine  wpat the standards are, not the board's,"  lie said. * }  '������ Gibb said that he was told by a PCB  official that not one garbage dump in the  province is up to the board's standards,"  including-the four dumps in the  jurisdiction of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District, ,    /  "I-think-this-is-the-whole-crux^the-  little ridiculous" and particularly, inconvenient for the summer residents of the  area. t  Mahar said that the Halfmoon ;Bay  disposal site is a well-used dump, in spite  of regular, garbage collection service in  the area."     A  people who come up for weekends  don't want to leave their garbage out until  the Wednesday pick up, so they usually  drop it off at the dump before leaving the  Peninsula Sunday night," safd Mahar.  Maliar said that he personally uses the  dump three or four times a week because  he has a store and because in the summer  people dump their garbage at his B and J  jStore.  '   Ttratto,"isardGibb;iTI6wcanwe expect; as"  a government body, people tb abide by our  regulations wjien we don't follow  somebody' else's?" -       \  Meanwhile, the Area B Ratepayers  Association will meet to discuss the  closure of the Halfmoon Bay dump.  Ralph Mahar, an executive of the  ratepayers association, told the Times  k that the closure Of the dump would be "a  ^t*sdiarxLen6ugHlo get people to use  the dump as it is, but asking them to drive  to P^der Hsfrbour or Sechelt is a bit  much," he said. "I wouldn't wish that  Sechelt dump road on anybody.  The season for weddings is* just about  here. We will gladly wrap yoiir gifts for  you, just bring them along and we will do  our very best. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  YOUNG BEREN TOMKIES cut a   Sunshine, Coast Music, Drama and,   graceful���figure���indeed���in���her���Dance Festi\^7SH^issfiowi^^  presentation of''The Butterfly."   the   Award   Winners'   Concert   at^  Beren.was winner of the, Cabaret   Elphinstone-Saturday.  Novice dance^c^npefifion  in  th��  s Vs--    , ���-���  i, :***.���  1 *   ���A-v���\i��.i-    _,    )<���  k ��p\.  :*'- \  /  y  x ���  V  X.  ���L-'V  x  - v  y  'f;  SORREL .AND KESTER Tomlcines Dance Festival, Their sister, Bereri,  were the second and third winning won first for Cabaret Novice. They  memtbers of their family as the young are shown here at the Award Win-  duo took first place ih Ballet Novice at nets' Concert at Elphinstone on  tJhejSuftshirieCoastMusicrI>ama_arid Saturday^  v__.' _  MORE ABOUT. .. '  ��� Tennis pros rebuffed  '���From Page A-l   ' '.���.���'' '.���''."  ���   premises adjacent to the;bus depot. received'for moorage in the proposed  V    ,^      Council will, However, accept an ap-   Gibsons Marina. Council also received a  plication fora licence for a gift and curio   letter from-an owner of a multlhull vessel  ._   shop only. The tea shop application was ;��� suggesting that when the hew marina is  , denied to Joan Thompson .because that -built allowances be made for catamarans  '. concept falls within restaurant status and   and trlmarahs.  ���<     woujd not comply with the zoning of the,      Starting May 1 residents in the village  premises. n will be on sprinkling regulation?, reported  The Village of Gibsons received a  Alderman Jack Marshall.  $414.80 grant from Tourism Minister  i    Odd numbered houses will sprinkle on  Grace' McCarthy for Captain'Cook   odd days and even numbers on even days  Bicentennial celebrations in the village.' of the month. This year sprinkling Is  , The 20 cent per capita grant will be   allowed from 6 p.m. to 0 p.m.  used during this summer's Sea Cavalcade.       Alderman Lorraine Goddard suggested  , * Aldorman Larry Tralnor reported to   that a switch might bo m order. "You ,  council tliat 95 applications have been   uneven people havo been sprinkling an  ,    ,,                   extra day a,month for years/; sjiojaid.  ���'*' MORE' AB0UT7rr! '" ;""*"-*"*"1"-""-""''-"' ���--<���-"-.-^-..- . **-���.-��� ��� ���  ���Festival winners  -rPromPnge A-l  int. pianoforte solo���Heather Cattanach;  sr. pianoforte solo���Janet Clayton tied  ��� with Suzl Sutherland; R.C. list'A Jr.,  piano���Douglas Raines; ft.C. list.A Int.,  ploho^Tim Montgomery; "RIG. list;'A sr.,  pUwo���Rlccoh Talento; sonata, piano  ���    ^iolo���Su'/.i Sutliorlnnd.  Also,,., Jr. sonotlna, piano���Cnrmollo  "    <    Delos Santos; Int. .sonntlno, planor-  Jonnifor Dowman;' piano duot-Rogono  Talento and Stovon Proscosky;  M0  Cnnndn'^pawno Atleo; quick' study���  -.... Brian Hobson, and string solo���Rogeno-   :"���; " - Tnlonto. ��� ��� ,t,~~ ;: *"  Also, Jr. vocal solo���Monlquo Lcchorc  tied with Debbie Mlddloton; secularivooal  solo, open���Walter James; soared vocal  solo, opon���Mfchnol Simkins; Wfaltor  ^��^-~eranswlch*Memorlal���^  , vocal. group����Pondor~IIarWup- Choir;  ���m!'?ZXKJtt>^V''r'"y*''  ' olomontnry    schoiM    clioir���Glbsonf}  ,M Elementary; sccomtory school choir���no      ���  Holo^-RORono Talonto.  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I-"-;  ��� 1  ���    I  . 1  ,  1  *  - $-���-.���4?r"A  e  . ���,/-t�� :   '  '  ^- :.,.,.   .-���    J  ^  �����k  Sechelt notes  .    ���   ., - -  Fort Langley trip  fey peggy Connor, 885-9347  PageA-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 26,1978  EXPERIENCED BACKHOE OPERATOR  Required Immediately  Call 885-9666, eves: 886-2652  /  L&H SWANSON LTD.  Halfmoon Bay happenings  The last show  BY M_a^. Jin!<Jfy' s?5-?47?  RCMP RECRUIT  Robert Nestman, number three son of i  Leo and Doreen Nestman ���, of Selma Park  started his training on April third at the  RCMP barracks in Regina. He is enjoying  the realization of his .longtime ambition to  pursue this career with the force.  * ---���'����' .:=������/..,  (JWNV���u,  A reminder that tomorrow (Thursday)  the last film show of the season at the  WelcomeTJea;clrHall at 7:30 p.m. will be  ���ori -Asia���with'- films on Japan,  India,  Pakistan and Hong Kong.  , The regular monthly meeting of the  Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary will be  held at the "Welcome Beach ��� Hall on  Monday, May 1, at fl p.m. ;  AREA "B" RATEPAYERS  r At a meeting -of the directors of Area  J'BVJtatepayers'Assbciationheld on April  " 17, George Murray gave a jeport ori a  meeting of the HMB .Volfinteer Fire  Departmentwhieh^ie and Harold Ives liadv  attended as liaison officers for discussion  oMhe budget.  ' The department's budget, he said, was  $27,836, which, after payment of principal  and interest, leaves an "operating budget of'  $12,356,- with--fixed- expenses'ap--  proximately $6,000. There is still a shortage of fire hydratits which cost ap-  fast organized by another Demolay  chapter at White Rock.  ~A proud great-grandfather is Vince  Shannon"who has received word of the  birth of his third great-grandchild, born to  his granddaughter, Donna Jackson and  her husband Brian at Millet, south of Edmonton. As Donna ds a tiny^fiverfoot-one-  irich mother and Brian a_sj^oot-two-inch  dad, the family will. Be watclwig ��the  growth of the baby with more than or"  dinary interest.  John Ellis, home, from Whitehorse  recently for a visit withliis parents, was  delighted to be able to have a talk with his  cousins, Dennis and Jane Birk who are,  sailing across the Pacific in their Tahiti  ketch. The conversation was carried on by  way of a combination hookup of radio and  telephone and was made possible by  Jane'sfather, Frank Larson-of Seattle who_���  is a ham radio operator.-  Beverley Silvey was down from Powell  FORT LANGLEY TRIP  Seventy grade five students from*  Sechelt-Elementary wenHm a field trip to  Fort-Langley Friday, April 21. v    - *  They travelled on two school buses  from' the school to the ferry where they  walked on and were picked up by a charter  bus at Horseshoe Bay.  This sort of trip works well. The  students learned a great deal on the spot  where a lot of history was made.  Teachers Judy Gates,. Stewart Hercus  three groups with each group escorted by ���.  a guide in period clothing.  The Big House, used as the officers  quarters now contains interpretive display  and period furnishings. In the Artisan  building-two old crafts, hand carpentry  ancT coopering wlUi~related"tools~are���  jgesented." Our lady guide gave a good  demonstration ot how bsflrtHese~craftS7~  proximately $l,200_eachLto_install.and. for._ River last, weekendjp..visit her _mo_ther,_  ��� which the fire department pays $15 a year  rental. "Where there seems to be a special,  need for extra hydrants, requests should  be/made to Fire Chief Dave Reid at^885-  3859. It had been hoped to set up four _  satellite stations, but so far the budget has  stretched to only two flotation pumps, one  of-which has to stay with the fire truck.  Satellite stations will. be established as  funds permit at the discretion of the Chief.  . The agreed policy of the Fire Depart- '  - ment is that though they, will be prepared  - to;answer:other calls,-their-first-priority  will be to homes in the Halfmoon Bay Fire  District.   :  .The Board agreed to approach the  Regional District about the possibility.of  more boat launching facilities in the area.  They also expressed grave concern about  the safety factor of the experiment with  grooves on certain sections of highway.  PEN CENTRE NDP CLUB ���  Office^ elected at the annual meeting  of the'raiCentre NDP Club last Thursday  were Nell Jager, President, Steve ���  Esselmont, Vice-president, Ed Nicholsen,  Treasurer, Christa- West, ��� Memberships,  arid Astrid Kadin, Ways-and. Means���A..  secretary is still to be appointed.  Special speaker was Mrs. Marg Craig  who spoke on the .financing of elections.  July 10 was considered to be a likely date  for the election.  PEOPLE NEWS  Eva Lyons was in Vancouver ori April  15 to celebrate the 89th birthday of her old  friend, Mrs. Laura Scanlon. About 30  people attended a surprise party for Mrs.  Scanlon at the home pf friends. Mrs.  Scanlon, who is remarkably good shape  for her age, was a frequent guest at the  Lyons: home some years ago. The two  ladies have been friends for nearly 40  Pat Ness. She was accompanied .by her  two daughters, Pam and Shelley, who  were anxious to take part in the  celebration of Grandpa Clarence Speck's  birthday.  BEEFS AND BOUQUETS  ���" At the request of Bill Sexton, this  "week's bouquet goes to Dr. Dennis Bailey  and his staff at the Gibsons Animal Clinic  for the devoted and sympathetic care they  gave to his Labrador dog T^ra after she  was hit by, a truck. When- Lyell Hayter  rushed her to Gibsons, the operating table  was all ready for her and the staff ready to  start working on her. Bill claims that no  child entering a Vancouver hospital could  and Mel CampbeUTjad'tlieir studenfcTca^"  operating as if they were in a classroom,  yet they were given a little more leeway.  However, when the volume rose too high,  one word from the teacher was enough to  settle the group.down.  Extra help in the way of volunteers  were four mothers along to make sure no  one got lost, this time they were; Shannon_  Stockwell, Faye Innes, Pat Crucil arid  myself. Each adult was in charge of about  seven kids, the teachers had double that.  _ Starting _with a _tour_ of _the. Farm.  Museum where the working implements  were on display for farming, the group  .went.' from .there��� to���the���Centennial  Museum. Here a- lady explained the kit-,  chen devices in use when everything was  made from scratch. Also in this building  they had a display of original art paintings  from the National Art Gallery in Ottawa.  There are only four places in Canada included on the tour for display, and Fort  Langley is fortunate to be one. Unfortunately there-was not enough time to  really examine these valuable paintings as  they were riot really on the itinerary.  Lunches were eagerly opened and  :enjoyed.on thegrassin front of ,the..Fort.  This was followed by a slide show and talk  on the history of Fort Langley.          Then-if was time to enter the Fort  Langley National Historic Park, and if you  have had more loving and devoted care. hav.enitbeen_ther_eletmerecommend_that  After .26 stitches and four days at the    you go.  clinic, Tar.a is home and reunited with the        Stepping into the enclosure is like  Sexton family. stepping back 100 years. We formed into  The Creek runbff  A huge success  By Annie Dempster, 8853326  were done. The same at the blacksmith's  jihop. In making a nail she proved just as  adepTas any~smlthy:      ~ j   The climbing of the steep stairs in the  bastion was worthwhile for the view but  also to see just why this spot was picked  for the fort, still showing lots of green  pasture along the river banks.  The trading goods store\was where one"  learned what the fort was really all about,  as they displayed the furs as brought in by  "Tfietrappers and-the goods tobe-traded-for���  , their value.  I do riot intend to tell all we saw. For  one thing it would tafie pages, but learning  frorii seeing in the actual setting with  either the original equipment or replicas is  - quite an experience. It is better to go to the  site and see for yourself. I know I learned a  great deal of how certain things started.  For instance, Salmon is found in many old '  time Hawaiian dishes but riot in Hawaiian  waters. Salmon salted down in barrels  _ shipped from! Fort Langlejron sailing ships _  sailed from here to the Hawaiian Islands'  where ships from many lands picked up  cargoes some taking it back to California.'  The people in charge of ttje exhibits  complimented  the teachers  on  the  behaviour of their students and said they  would be welcome to come back anytime.  There was a little overexuberance on  the part of a'few otthe pupils on the ferry  ride home. Whilejhis is may be not excusable,  it is perhaps understandable  when one takes in the long program they  had participated in, in an orderly fashion.  BIRTHDAYS AT, EXTENDED CARE  ��� ��� Celebrating birthdays for the month of  -April-in-the-Extended Care-at-St. Mary's  Hospital were Dr. Zetkin, Tom Wood, Don  " Stewart and Mrs^ Sharon Wakelarid. To  honor thises patients, Gibsons-Auxiliary to  St. Mary's held a party April 17 in the  -lounge. Gibsons extended care volunteer-  - chairman Annie Metcalf was ably assisted  by Gladys Palmer and Jean Wyngaert.  Bingo games provided the entertainment.  Jean Longelly donated the lovely corsage  'for Mrs. Wakeland from her greenhouse.  Lillian Peters activity aid was on hand  to assist as were other staff Grace Davis,  Ivy Lee, Ruby Ono, Debbie Cunliffe,  Shirley McAughtrie apd Jack Boundy.  \  SEAVIEW MARKET  Roberts Creek  10 am-6:30 pm, 7 days a week  _ __o/so, we have.a point spray gun for rent ��� ���  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  2 X 10 FLOOR JOISTS construction grade perMff:$270  2 X 6/2 X Of 8-20 construction grade .'..'.perMft. ifatHI  2 X 4 PRE-CUT STUDS construction grade perMft.$255  CONSTRUCTION GRADE SHIPLAP perMft.     $190  4 x 8 x W ROOF SHEATHING persheet $749  4 x 8 x 5/8" REJECT ;  PLY WALLS/ROOFS .; Per sheet *695  CEDAR 1x8 CHANNEL SIDING $���A  #1 Grade , perMft. '57U  CEDAR 1 x 6 CHANNEL SIDING c_���  #2 grade per M ft. *350  BUILDERS TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED  CHECK OUR PRICESTonTall  .  * YOUR BUILDING NEEDS  CAN-AM MILLS  Days ''u ��� �� Dr,aSe 3T" Evenings  525-1415 Surrey, BC, 939-9746  FUN FAIR HUGE. SUCCESS  The.Fun Fair at Roberts  Elementary ori Friday night was indeed a  great success. The number of people that  turned out to support the fair was absolutely fantastic, The dunking tank  seemed to be one of the main attractions  v^ith some of the kids and Sftveral of jhe  teachers taking turns in the- tank.: When  the teachers took their turns it was too  good an opportunity for the kids to pass up  to vent any Jittle hostilities they might be  harboriiigior one reason or another. In  any case, the people who did go in certainly deserve some sort of'award for  bravery. It was mighty chilly outside and  the water wasn't anywhere hear warm.  The bake table was laden with all sorts  of homemade goodies as usual. The ladies  in this area are just great when it comes to  donating to any of the bake sales. As fast  as the baking- was being sold, there wero  people bringing more in.  '  The little ones had a great evening with  all the games there \yere for them and  they just lovedi the flea market.  Mention must bo made of all the hard  work that went into-the raffle. Marlleo  Mulligan went around, to most bf the,  merchants in Sechelt, Roberts Greek and  Gibsons asking for donations for the raffle  before sho and hor husband loft for  Scotland. The merchants were most  generous and so, the prizes offered were  many and varied. Paddl Peterson took on  the huge task' of organizing all the prizes,  making up tho tickets and distributing  them to the kids to sell, plus making sure  Uiat, aU the tickets wero turned back in  before tho draw. Paddlalso made up the  In Vancouver the same weekend was Vi  ��� Woodman to attend the installation of her  . eldest grandson, O. Bruce Woodman, as  "Master Councillor of the Nahani Cljapter  of Deriiolay. On the Sunday morning  followlrfg the Installation at Delta, she  accompanied Bruce to a pancake break-  Flower show  is a success  , ���   ,,   ' /,        ��� * r  ,   The Sechelt Qarden Clnb held a very  successful flower show in tho\Sonlor  Citizens Hall ori Saturday, April 15. The  , wide varieties of primroses, daffodils,'  tulips and house plants plus a numbe' of  flowering shrubs made a very colorful  display.   Two  exotic   plants,   a   gant  amaryllis and a Cllvia, and a large purple  azalea added much to the show. A record  number of plants w6ro sold witWn 20  minutes of the opening of Uio-snow.  Winner of tho rug raffle was Ann  tractlvely dono) and. distributed them to  Uio winners. ,  Mr. Bob Wctmoro, principal at the  school, snld, "I'vo been ln several of these  affairs, but have never scon "so fow  problems with the sotting up of tho  operation, and the kids were extromely  well behaved." Bob was also heard saying,  "Who says you have to'have a bar set up to  make money at these fundldna?"  All in all, it wns a mighty fine evening.,  Tlio kids will be high on it for quite n while.  Thanks again to tho teachers nnd parents  thnt<put it all together.  The monies made from the fair were  well ovor (GOO. Not bad for 4 night's work  ln a small community.  ,^.j_..^__,,.���..,.:��� .._ .,,,,., _.  Ono would think that after all the work  thnt^ent Into the fairfpcopld would be t6o  Urcd to consider another undertaking for a  while. Not so for tho parents and teachers^  ~frdm Roberts CrcckrThfcynre in the*"  throof of plnnnlnfi tholr;nrmual pot lueir  dinner and dance. Tills affair Js gaining  ' sifouicfra* it "ft nwiif> fi lowiy 'dnairnr  brings people togoUior who might never  raffle amounted to $130 which will be  turned over to tho Sunshine Coast Art  Council building fund,  ' The winning Ucket for the door prize  was 924*209. Holder of this tfckpt may  phono Uu Wilson (805-316^1) to claim this  Item. If the holder docs not phono within 10  days the second number 924*165 will  become the winner and ticket 924-250 will  win after a furthor wait of 10 days.  Mr. Harold NoIboii, Mayor of Secholt  formrilly opened the show.���Jack  Macleod.  ^ggt a chance to meet otherwise, who all  Creek   share a common bond���having kids attending the same school.  The pot luck smorgasbord dinner and  dance is Saturday, May 6 at the Roberts  Cree]k Community H'jill.' The. doors will  open at 7 p.��i. and there will be a happy  hour till 8 p.m. when dinner will be served  at 8 SHARP. After, dinner, there will be  dancing till 1 a.m to the well-known band  j'EcHpse'"."^';^^^ are'now m sale at  Seaview Mfirket at- $3 ;each, Hope to see  ,lo$s of yo|i'!there. ,��������������������� V  LADIES SOFTBALL  Softball season officially starts on  Tuesday, Mayl2,^.at.6r45_p.m. .atT-the  Elphinstone Field when the Roberts Creek  ladles softball-team will play against the  Cedars Inn team. The ladies' will be  playing every .Tuesday and Thursday  evening. Watch the sports page for times  and fields. /  Why not come out and cheer the ladies  on? It's great for their morale.  BINGO WINNER  The lucky winncf'at last week's bingo  in the.Sechelt Legion was Muriel Sully  from Hall Rd.; Muriel won' the' Jackpot of  $500 and two tickets to Reno for May 13.  She got it Jn 52 calls. N  Eva McConnell from Selma Park was  also a winner as Muriel plans to take Eva  to Reno with her.  Congratulations girls, we're happy for  you. ���  LEGION AUXILIARY  The ladles auxiliary to the Roberts  Creek Legion1 Branch 219 will'hold an  executive meowing on Monday, May l, In  the Legion Hail. '; ; '  Use "Times' Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy, Swap etc.  v: i'^jiy-i ������' MWKi '07- iK'.'.  '    ,'���*���������'  '*>fj(       ff T���*���       ff ?fil<.^*?fl<T91"'*  > ir��i-i  . .itf ���  U. A-  /-,  %  Getting'un'for  your " "  t  can be a downer  Playing'around with mood altering drugs is  dangerous anytime. But in'p work situation,  It can be mdre than dangerous-it can be  deadly! For ypu,,And for the co-workers  who are depending on you,  , And uppers aren't the only villains.  Any prescribed medication,  misused or mixed with  alcohol, can cause problems. Problems you  may not be able to cope with, ���  Before you pop any kind of pill, prescription   .  or, otherwise, be aware of the problem involved,  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  ..,TSeJBt.;V  never quit  *2)  ���gfe^  pamiappcTiqn  *.yk��� ,���^rh..,yitn j,��i^^w^m!ii%tfMf^i'r".  HlwiiifVll) yimriiwt jwikiMrrt'TiYrlRhi.  *Wm1?.  WAYS AND MEANS MEETING  There will bo a meeting of tho Roberts  Creek Community Association Ways arid  Means,Committee on Thursday, April 27,  at 3:30 p.m. at the, Womons' Centro. If you  havcany Idens or energy you would llko to  share; please como nnd do so." A reminder  that Ways and Means Is trying to raise  money to help with the building arid  equipping of a community centre for  Roberts Creek.     .    ,  Tho meeting on Thursday Is to organize  tho nortt fund-raising"firoject for our now  Community Centro.  SUNSHINE COAST  PEST CONTROL  \   J Wo offor o  i-/ Comploto Post  rn-'lrrl    'r-fi.'.-i-.  tintl uttimnlA mil  -883-zSSr-  *  .* ������,  * A  ,<' (,'*<*  pg��w��**r#f��>  M*m***MwmmmmMit**  imw*Gi��<mm*%mmi��m��m&m$m&>mt  m#fw^��mM^��.  ^  7 (���....  ,   \ <sy.k.  \ :  Ak,  > v.  ' i'. t ���  y-^L.x-  ;   j-."  '/:���  'X.  Wednesday, April 26,1978  The Peninsula Times  ___PageA-5  _  Don Lockstead  McCrae re-elected  CECILIA AUGUST was wished a August for the happy occasion are  happy 84th birthday April 21 at a long-time friends Ada Dawe (another  party at her home. Joining Mrs.   octagenarian) and Mary Joe. When  Happenings around the harbour  LioKs  By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308  *fti  How does the voter measure the 'concern of government? Certainly not by  advertisements. If that were the gauge in  this province there would be no need for  elections; based on {he statements  emenating from the Social Credit  government in victoria we are the  cheeriest, brightest spot in Canada  ^-because of the'government's concern for  the economy and the people of B.C.  Surely a more realistic barometer of  government concern is the amount of  money it returns���to the people/who  produce its wealth. ��� The Social- Credit  ~^overnmenU^jnakingjnuchjofJhe $125  that will be returned to the averagelamily~  in B.C. because of the reduction in sales  tax. Yet because of various increases in  ' the cost of services^in the past two years,  the Social^redifadministration has taken  out*DMJie pockets of the people of B.C.  $1500 per year. The reduction in sales tax  is commendable but it was'Socred im-  l~STJcred-sustaifled-for.-oKec.iwa:  year's. And, again, nothing has been done  as far as a reduction in HydrCrates,  I.C.B.C. rates or school tax leyies.  On an aggregate-basis the return to the  people of the province is even worse. Last  year's budget called for expenditures of  $3.83 billion. The Provincial Gf oss Product  increased by 4.3 per c&^. What shoiild be  noted is how much this year's budget  exceeds last year's cumulative "total of  $3.83 billion plus 4.3 per cent growth,  mm^mLmmmmm���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm     discounting Of COUrge for inflation.  It IS  the elementary_school and operated by ^gnly that figure which tells-u's how much  Fred Olson; "      this government cares"about the uijem-  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION .*���_ployed,-the-struggiing business people, the-  . __The_R.C Legion-Br.-112-is-having-a���familiesihatareJosing-their_homes_and^o_  president  """ ���MLA,Mackenzie  ClUMlbOr    ^  March 18 story on Woodward's Stores Ltd.  the Financial Post noted "Woodward's  stre^ttLJiir^AlbertirTeihains'the chief  attraction for security analysts, who are  still jittery about the vulnerability of  British Columbia's economy."  There's only one way to put that confidence back into the economy. The  government must invest in the province.  Instead of withdrawing from the  provincial marketplace, the government  should pursue its share of the gods of a  mixed economy. Giveri the ultira-  eonservative premise upon which the  Social Credit party rests, however, I doubt  thatkindof action is^wssible.. The practise  of cooling a cold economy and showing'a  lack of compassion for the people of the  province will continue.  Jon McCrae of Gibsons Realty was reelected president of the,Gibsons and  District Chamber of Commerce at the  group's general meeting Wednesday,  April 19.,  Other newly elected executive members are: Arne Pettersen, vice president;  Brian, Christensen, .treasurer; Chris  Mitzei; secretary, and directors Ken  -Crosby, John Kavanau&h, Larry Labonte,  \ Ted- Mitzei, Norm Peterson, Dick Ran-  niger, Barry Reeves and John Smith.  Walk it to me!  '7.  PMTuipgttion*  asked how it felt to be 84, Mrs. August*  said-"like 20" but added, that the  question should be "_What can you do  at 84?"  The P.H. Lions Club will be holding its  annual auction on April 29at 6 p.m. in the  Madeira Park Community Hall. Jtems  can be viewed all day before the auction  begins. Auctioneers are John Haddock and  Mike Cashaback. Everyone "knows hew  much fun these Lions Club Auctions are  and there are usually, plants, tools,  household furnishings, outboards, pictures  and even live animals'put up for bids so  when the above-mentioned auctioneers get  going it is very comical. Any last minute  donations' of household furnishings or  other useful items will be picked up by the  Lions if you phone 883-2387..  r  WORK BEE  1 South Pender Harbour Waterworks  District will be_ holding a-work bee at "  Haslam Lake April 29 to clear trees for a  seeding program at a later date. Anyone ��  interested is asked to brihg a shovel or  power .saw. Transportation jvilLJbe -  ~ provided from the sign at the chlorination  ouilding on highway 101 at 9 a.m.  SENtoR^CITIZENS' ASSN.  Joe McCajin, treasurer of the Lion's  Club, gave a shcirttalk about the creation .  of Lion's Park last Monday evening at the  April meeting of the P.H. Senior Citizen's  Assoc. Br. 80. He spoke of the completion  ?  Phone for help  . |   More than 20,000 persons in British  ���"^Columbia have used a special venereal,  disease  telephone  information  service \  sfnce it was established four months agoj *  says Health Minister Bob McCelland.  The  service involves a  toll-free  ._,. .telephone:number^vflilahle���to_persdns���.  outside Vancouver, and an. answering  system located in the health ministry's  building, in Vancouver.  "The telephone information system,  went into effect in conjunction Mth an  , advertising campaign," said Mr. Mc-  'Clelland. "The public response Indicates lt  was a very'successful venture and it'ap-  pears more persons are seeking early  treatment of venereal symptoms than  '   ever before."  The answering service was installed  last September, with recorded messages  providing Information on symptoms of the  six most common sexually trasmltted  diseases, and the methods of prevention.  "Wo have noticed definite changes In  attendance at VD treatment clinics as a  result of our adverUslng'camitalgn and the  information llpe," said Mr; McClelland.  The toll free number Is Zenith 4014, and  .;"   it can be .Aided, by any person outside'  ".   Vancouver,  of the Harry Morrison Hall in the park and  of the prospects for further recreational  development there. He proposed that  senior citizens should consider the advantages of building a bowling lawn in  Lions Park. John Heidema was appointed  to lock into the possibilities of the  suggestion. Three films provided the  entertainment for the evening:  "Kenojuak" a beautiful portrayal*of the  famous Eskimo artist and her lovely work,  "Pigs" >a comical portrayal of the nature  and character of ordinary barnyard  porkers and "Survival in the Bush" an  interesting but sojriewhat fanciful experiment in living off the land. The  projector was lent through the kindness of  dance on April 29 and the music will be by  the North Vancouver Band Br. 118. This is  a special appearance and there is no'  charge. The dance starts at 9 p.m. The  "Legion will be having dances with-live  entertainment once a month. The D V A  officer will becoming to the harbour on  May 3. Phone 883-9097 fbr appointments.  IN THE NEWS  Tlie driver of a Peninsula Roofing truck  had a narrow'escape when his truck hit a  ridge of pavement on Highway 101 and  went over the bank abover the R.L. & B.  trailer court last Thursday evening.  Jack Howe, formerly of Madeira Park  and Jean Arnold of Surrey were married  in Vancouver last month. .  Jean Morrison is leaving on a trip to  Holland, then later will be moving, to  Victoria.  B.C. Hydro has asked for a meeting on  spraying in the Regional District.  on.  The Social Credit government is  allocating $100 million less in relative  dollars this year as compared to last. The  Minister "of finance is trumpeting the  extraordinary qualities of his budget made  no mention of this $100 million cut in the  distribution of dollars,   .   -  The government's failure to provide  any leadership or direction is reflected in  some of the predictions for 1978. In its  Advertising^  keeps you  posted.  CANADIAN AOVftRTISING^DVISORY BOARD  How many ways  the Jenn-Air  Grill Range?  Jenn-Air's new years-ahead electric Grill-Range brings  new flavor, flexibility... and fun to your every meal! A  "Convertible Cooktop" lets you select glass-ceramic or  conventional cooking surfaces... Jenn-Air's famous  Char-Flavor griirbrings all the flavor of 'Joutdpor cookery"  ... indoors! Plus... enjoy incredible menu flexibility  from the non-stick griddle, rotisserie, shish kebab and  french fryer accessories. The exclusive dual-use" I  radiant/convected oven that cooks up to 30% faster at\l  5iUegffiesJessiemfieraturelAlLwitlLarLefficient built-  in fume exhaust system that quietly whisks smoke and -  .odors... outdoors!  A better idea... because Jenn-Air built it for YOU! *  JENN-AIR      rz  ���ZtmnZf-*  D  C.C.C.C.  Flashing  xte tight  Highway 101  Store Hours  THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.  For a After Hours Appointments  886-2765  CARPET. CABINET- CERAMIG CENTRE  North Rd., Gibsons  /  ,,&.-.  *_v   tv   o       *\.iy     ��  AV^W^J^A  Fire Protection District  ANNUAL MEETING  v>  Sun., April 30,1978  .;. ;\Jtlii9 p,pn .:,.]..  legion Hall, Madeira Park  public Invited to alUnd'  Full amount. On approval Flexible rates, We have  you'll get the')"amount you a range of good rates to  rneed for* the period you       suit a range of circum-  Fast Service. We can  havp your application  approved" us.ually  _,nee4 itv^ith Repayments     stances. 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''       '        , .  i iii" "*.,'���.* . ���     .     ,      <      i  &mf!Pfm&mt#&ww���mm* .,^..����*u,Ki��wr.8<���#wwaM.>^*w*w***h*  r-jtr��* d/tiVW- JUjK����HlWFJ*W.l"��JlBKSt-t"'W^'t'^  t?A\��-  \  *,r  ,..,yj  # ^  '' i. ','��..ni '    '  ���.i.u1' ,V        ���   ,   <  it'  i X\  ,. I At     " ss^SH-^-'pp  --���T--:---ei-;  -/-���   /'   ./  53SKSS^  ^~   .  <*���  % ��� -.~ ���  Wednesday, AprU 26,1978 Page A-6  mmmmmmimmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmm  The Peninsula Times  WHERE ARE ALL YOUR GOOD  DRAWINGS AND STORIES??  I * *  We get lots/of solutions to the crossword puzzles -section. eveVy  week, and that's great! But we'd like to get lots more drawings  - and stuff too. So when you put the crossword in the mail/why not  put a drawing or poem or story in the envelope too. We'd like to  give a prize for the best drawing we get next week. So, get busy I '  BOOK REVIEW  i . .     i  There are lots of good books for kids to read. We'd like to start  telling you about some of them. One is called MARY OF MILE 18. It is  written by a Canadian woman named Ann Blades.1  Mary Fehr lives with her family on their farm in the north. It is  very coPd with lots of snow ahd the northern lights flash In the sky at  night. Mary gets out of her bed at night to look at the lights.and  listen to their crackling music. She pretends that the music will  bring something special. __, - p _ ^ , ^ ,  ' ~ One day on the way home from school Mary sees a puppy in  the snow. "Please father can I keep him?" "You know the rules, he  says, our animals must work for us or give us food.".Unhappily Mary  carries the wolf pup into the^voods and let himgo^ -  At night when everyone is asleep, a coyote comes to the Fehrs  henhouse. A scr.eech in the night wakes everyone up. Mr. Fehr gets  his gun and scares the coyote away. Wolf pup is' standicg at the  henhouse wagging his tail. "So it was you who warned us," he says.  Hepicks the puppy up and takes him home to Mary.  Look for it at your school library.  Last week's cross word puzzle was won by  SUSIE ANDERSON, 11, of SECHELT.  Come by the office or phone and'get your, prize. We'd like to-thank  Leonard, Lisa, Joanne, James and Kathy for sending In their puzzles. Also thanks to Louisa and Vince for sending in puzzles, but  unfortunately they arrived too late. Try to send them In so we have  them by Saturday.  For you to have a "chance to win next week's  . prize.ir-. work the FARM CROSS WORD PUZZLE  and send to BOX 310, SECHELT ,  Name_A..  Address  .V,  FARM  CROSSWORD PUZZLE  ���/  DOT TO DOT  /  o   �������  9  I  19  29  27  -A  26  Kim' Burnett, Roberts Creek Kindergarten  a  "  lo  13-  fi  17  I*  19  -to  H 3 ���? i! i J l' > ���" B �����' fe i����&il  30  ZS   il  21  THE FARMER HAS PLANTED VEGETABLES IN HIS GARDEN. BUT HE  CAN'T REMEMBER WHAT VEGETABLES HE PUT IN THE ROWS. UN-  JUMBLE THE WORDS & HELP HIM FIND OUT.  NONOSI |  x  A.  Follow the dots from 1 to 31 and you will see an animal that always  used to be on the farms, but now most of the work done by these  - animals are taken-ever by tractors and other machines.  iBarrr  -m--v>  ��*,  ACROSS     ^___���-  DOWN  3Jfl��hot-stfifiofarm animals eat. Straw. l.Farm animal that gives us wool.  6. Animal you cdn ride on. It neighs. 2. Building on a farm that animals stay in.  7. Farm   animal   that   makes    grunting 4. Animals need to eat, so you must....  ORCN  \_  X \.  EBNAS  - i  ~Wx^- ^AyX^^Ax  IT   ' '   i  sounds. It's raised for bacon and ham.  ?. Animal thaf -swims and quacks,  fl. To put seeds In a garden.  12. Vegetable grown on a farm ��� it grows  on tall stalks and Is yellow.  ' 13. Liquid you get from a cow.  14. Grain that's grown on a farm. Flour is  madeJrom it.  15. The top part of a barn. Hay....  17. Part, of your body your eyes & mouth  are on., ,  18. Large mouse.  19: What you hear with. Rabbits have very  ���big Tones. ~   -  ��� ���  20. Inside p barn, a horse stays in this   A,  :^ place .[rhymes wt��h fall] ,..,....    \;  them.  5. Farm animal'that lays eggs.  8. Farm animal that sometimes has horns  and a beard. Rhymes with boat.  10. Someone .who  lives  on  a  farm.  A  .... er  12. Farm anima!,that moos and gives milk.  16. Machine on a farm that $pes all sorts  of work like ploughing & planting.  Someone must drive it.  17. In the fall, when the- crops are ripe,  you must them.  r^>^ih&^^S^sii0^^^^ai^^^^^S^^^S^  f  \  <r~    -f:  '''��������� ...... .'  r  i  ���^  Coast Business Directory  I  I  I  I  I  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service       s  * Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakos  ���Valve-ahd-Soat-Gflndlng-  * All Makes Serviced ��� Datsun Specialists  Gibsons Phone 886-7919  r -ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body ShopNSjlpplles  Sechelt *     885-5181  ���4.V  .  SPECIAL DISCOUNT  To Sunshlno Coast Residents on New Datsun  Cars �� Trucks. Bank financing available, Call  Colloct 9^-5 p.m. '  ART LEIGH Bus: 273-1661  ���'���..'".���.' ���" \D-01774A  BLASTING  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ������-���  ���     ��� ���   -���-   ���      i   ������ , i        ,M1J -���,,, ^    | ir-  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING   "  '  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  .Madeira Park���r������r-Phone 883=2 585*  Tod's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ,   ,       ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  �� Basement* * Driveways * Septic Tanks  L���p    S'tMmps A Ditch  Call lor a Iroo estimate anytlmo  803-2734      "Air Track Available"      803-2385  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  COAST BACKHOE ft TICKING LTD.  * Controlled Blasting  * Septic Tanks Installed  FULLY INSURED * *REE ESTIMATES  883-2274  WINDSOR PLYWOOD'S'w.  [the Plywood People]  ALL PLYWOOD  Exbtlc and Construction  ., Panelling*- Doors ��� Mouldings  Glues ��� Insulation  Hwy 101 Gibsons 886-9221  L&HSWANSON LTD.  ' READY-MIX CONCRETE  ���    _   -with Redl Mix plants  |n Secholt & Pender Harbour  Backhoos��� Dumptrucks ��� Sand ft Gravel  Porpoise Bay Rd., Box 172, Sechelt   '  '.,.     Ph. 885-5333 or 885-9666  CONTRACTORS  BUILDERS  1 ���"Tyn ���?'<!'!rr  101 CONTACTING CO. LTD.  Oeneral BuildlpQ Contractors  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  Phono 805-2622  J.B. EXCAVATING CO, LTD.  886-9031  DumpTruck ��� Backhoe ��� Cat  Wator, Sowor,', Drainage Installation  ..t��.�����.��..<���.��-^.��.,jlon4,CI��orloo *.-.��-�� j-����-.��.��*..��^u  FREE ESTIMATES  n -'i  p-i   - i ������������ i   I,       ���!   ���- M  ��� | -   i   i    ���   i in _    i    i i.i ii i.  Comploto Homo Renovations  Carpentry ��� Plumbing ��� Additions  Eloctrlcal Work-Painting  Victor Taskar  GREATER REGIONAL  CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Madolra Park 083-9296  rOOKBA  Bk".  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  BUD'S TRUCKING  SAND - GRAVEL - FILL  last dependable servlcq  -��� "PHONr886-2952���  Box 276, Gibsons  DESIGNS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  DESIGN SERVICES      '  15 yrs. experience 6n  large & small pro|ects  now serving th* Sunshine Coast *  885-5754 .. Sechelt  f  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  T��|t 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  FIBERGLASSING  FIBERGLASS  Lamination, Repair, Boats  ;   Sundecks, etc.  12 yrs. experience  _PflclfiGd5JEifeftt9lflSi_^  .j jyLS!*S[5!?L!rI5i-. ^.  "Power lo the Popple"  1PHONE 886-7605  Box 860 ^Ibsoni  SIMttifeCTRIC l,TD, \,  Eloctrlcal Contractors  , ,���-�� Residential* Commercial Wiring .  r- Po|<> Lino Installations '  '"<  ' "-"Eioarie Hooting    '  Ron Sim 885-2062. Rick Sim  ���   \  lltmutlfy your  nrlghbourhond,  Girt oul on the wUvvl,  TaM a wnlk,  want*  pmmipatriorii  I'linm,In)wirlitiirl >��iIflxm Unright,  Does Your Club or Group  Report Its AdlvltletR^sularly to 'I he Times.1? ...  eves: 885-2981  til SH ING  JORDEES  CUSTOM ROD BUILDING  Rod Repairs ft Lures  Madeira Park, B.C.  88,3-9936  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  .���      ... .   .\ .  - '   . .. .        \      .-_-... ,- ���...-���'     ���   -  -  i * ''"���'*' ,       '  CABINETS ��� CARPETS - LINOLEUMS  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.'  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennet, salos manager  Phone 886-2765'  KENDeVRIESftSONLTD.  FLOORCOVIRINOS  " CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  OIBSONS* SECHELT /  885-3424  A  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� A''     /  Kltchon Cablnots  LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  .EOR^N-EVER.BLOOMING GARDEN-  WILLIAMBORAGNO     Froo Estimates  [Bango] 885-5033  PEST CONTROL *?;.....    . ,   -  /.  I!������!������ iiiiii.iiiiwii m wr���,i���.-��� i- , i i. ..������-���m��.��m.4.ii��w.i���������imi.���ii������������  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  Gllley Ave. Burnaby  intt  Speclalltsts In Rf modelling  886r/4U  Shpwroom In Tvyllloht Thoatre, Gibsons 1  HEATING  PLUMBING & HEATING  SPECTRON SHEET METAL & ROOFING  Box 710 , Gibsons'  886-9717 days  ��� Hoatlng and Vontllatlon  ��� Tar and Gravel Roollng  |Ron Olsen Lionel Speck  ,886-7844     ' *","   ,     886-7962  POOL SUPPLIES  ��� �������� p.��� ..I....    it   .1��,.1 ���������  .^.NEPTUNE POOL SUPPLIES  Liquid 8. Dry Chlorine, pH Up and Down, and all,  ���other pool chomlcals & suppllos, TOM Klti,  Vacuum Hot* &* Pool Aci:*��iorlos  J      North Road, Gibsons  886-2103  * Alter 8 pm weekdays  all day Sat. ft Sun.  RENTALS;  SECHBIT HEATING  ft INSTALLATION  Gas, OH K Untitle fumaces  rireplacos, Shoot Melal  Wayne Brackett   '             ���* ����x 726  1 Ph. 885-2466      AC. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT  RENTALS ft SALES  Eaiy-5trlp Concrete l=ormlnflSy��temi  Compressors ��� Rototillers ��� Generators  Pumps > Earth Tampers  Sunsblne Coast Hwy ft Francis Peninsula Road  Mad^k^Park P|i. 883-2 585   i^ . , .  Does Your Club or Group        r  Socholt, B.C.   Roport Ut Activities Regularly to.'.Ths Titos'?  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE  Sechelt, B.C.  APPLIANCES ��� HARDWARE  __HOME-EURNlSHINGS.   Phono 885-9713  ROOFING  SPECTRON SHEET METAL & ROOFING  *oxiA0        886-9717 Days'        C,b,on\  * Healing and Vontllatlon  �� Tar and Grave! Roofing >'  Ron Olsen Lionel Speck  886-7844 886-7962  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  [ hoofing Supply Centro  886-2489  SHOE REPAIRS  <tk  SHOE & LEATHER REP At  Field Road ,   '      "  "-2nd hOuio behind Homestead Restburont - *  Open Mon, - Sat., 9 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  885-5424  TIRES  ������'" '��� -"���'' 1      '     ��� ,1 1   ���' ' ��� 1  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Olbsons, S.C.    ...,....,��.',,.  886-2700  SALES ft SERVICE (  All Brands Available  Monday to Saiurday, 0i30 am to 3i3d pm  Friday evonlng by appolntmontjonly ���  ��nMMHM��iMMaMM��MMW|  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  Cotnpletd Tree Service -.-  Prompt. GuarvrtMK'' in��urod V^fotk  Prices You Can Trust   v  '���������I'"   '  Phone),Rlibey,  y..mAA. gM4L109~~~~~~~-  <W*tf *-*J>iim*��f��iirf*>��if K.  1 ^h ^^^m  ^^^m ^^^P  ^m^m  mmmm mmmmm  "'l   / '  ������/' p^,! ;, .'���  ,     '     . .       .    ...       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J-  jj-flniju^-m-^'-*  M ��t**'v''^'*W'^��*^��*%t^4��f��WBt^*  ���^iWMiSWiS^ A^jb^WW1'   tf-ft^n^m^fe   1  w#f*��i    -!���*��mw(i��j'WB-?i'it*TO~t��!- ��tyr&\# <*ttVH^*''*wmta/wiii^r^  .kyy  f~*.  * wiBjiwwiifl^ijrt*-^ i^-yf����mB��w*��awi#aii��"^*i>in  **mmeF*Fi ���* * *���"*  -���7^-v  WsHtrWnns m&i1  X  ,l\ * 1  \'l'  X��� v  )   I  ���,      ���     :���",      ��.."     ' ^_Ji  C7  *m  ):>:'  1|JK  |I$iiafl^^       "*  ������.'������ "^. 'j .' '.������Ai'-    -'.-ly-:  >".'\..' :  i-^L'i'.'  -j >V^-J:,.*i ���.'-������ .-'������.    --'.'?;���'.V .���:'��� ���;/''-������_,:���* *,���'-;-_'     i1. ." ;'-���  5^&f oik; jie^sS^  _ |!tpe��lM'a^^ iX.  ls"li:^i^^ �� f i k;  Gibsons  kkxm  m  Cubs & Scouts  |want|^K^  ;.;Saj|j|i^^  yAk%A::yxkSv&  dA:At?  Xby  $^f?._i-'.=:.rr~^r-.  THERE WAS A LOT of enthusiasm   Hard to figure: at five cents a cuprthe   the partners-.seemed more interested  ^pSPAfiKC-  When compleled.oor revamped marino,;   _ _ ', ������, .���^j^^^@S^^^':S;' -:;;;:  [right alongside^he^marlna]���  sijAjii  ���Hydro-hoist floating ways  ���Laundromat toilets, showers  r+ ���'���'���?���:  ���^Z��^^j&?jZZsClZ��^^  ���h  WE EXPECT TO HAVE OUR RENOVATIONS COMPLETED  * ������  I  of our new location at  mi  MOORAGE RATES:  or  $2.50 per foot per month seasonally.  For further inquiries please call  JOHN BUCKRIDGE, 885-3533  i��l  orwrite-  MARINA  Jl;R; #l^Halfmd^i* B6y, BX.   VON 1YO  yy  rX.,., ,..,...  Yitdy ,y:A'^>''j'-:'--,ry -xiwy. y^vs*?ssmiy. ./ipfdaww*'  iii~!if: -I- t"r Irffli -TiTn'f iii" 11111 r [ ii" t' 'ir 'r>.i rlnnji 11 nun���jimihiiii.hm i.u  ���;."6SH*;^:SW-.X'.'.^  p��faRW��)na?wwp,,.  5daJJsa^!'sV,,'i;;;,^:i'isSy^'SV)^  s*(rarc^����tt^waf^*in..,rtt��nc.jfe  ACCESSORIES  SUPER 6 FIRE EXTINGUISHER  Rog. $19.60.         ',..... p. ..'}->.    ,       ,   \    '.'.*  RECHARGABLE KIT  Reg. $5.95.. ���..'.'.','.'..'���.".',.':....,  BORSH HEADUTES 5 BQ5  Reg. $64.50   1*0  .SALE  .SALE  $4  50  ...SALE  *95  BORSH HEADUTES 5 BQ 46 (square)     .M^ac  RV $66.50...   .,...,.. SALE *49  SEAT COVERS  i.  . ..������,,'!���.'..,  Rog. $18.95 / ,  .,,' ...-  7 > ,  SPLASH GUARDS & MUD FLAPS  SALE  U4  40  30% off  mmm'**s<&&6#f'��'*i*<iriti !?if***��-.-*  TOOLS  AUSC0 5 TON HYP. JACK  Reg. $66.70 .,. ^...;.,.;..  GRAY WHEEL WRENCHES  1Reg.i$7.75..i,....^.... ;..,..���':.  t70  ��� ��� ��� ��� i ,�� i i  GRAY METRIC WHEEL WRENCHES  R<tg, $6.95 ...,"... ���........,. ., V.....'. i.....,.,.  BOOSTER CABLES^ TANGLE PROOF, tfl  Rog. $14,26,  ��  t  ��   i   i  i   ���   <   ���  i   i   i  ��*���*>���  SALE  .SALE  i ( t d/\Lc  BOOSTER CABLES, HEAVY DUTY 15'  Reg; $41.88..'....,,...,;.'...,  ���  i  i  i  ���  t  t  *  i  t  t  ��  t  i  i  i  i ��   t  .. SALE  $2929  S, I        V  ft*fi-��.*l4y.,!^rw,w��^ri.t^ii)*^**IM<WM^#IW'-Bp***l��l,g,lH'*��*   K  'MM ���* 5iTffOWtWBW*"^^^  jwenwrsmis ?s��ki  WHILE STOCKS LAST  >/���"-:.���  CAR-CARE  WHIZ CHROME POLISH  -Reg7$2r44Trr^TT-:T^."Trrrr;T  .SALE  71  WHIZ WINDSHIELD WASHER &  ANTI-FREEZE  Reg.$i.6i,..,.,.,. .  WHIZ ANTI-RUST & WATER PUMP LUBE  Reg. $1.71 ....     .���',,,'...... ;\ ..,  ,SA  20/10 WINDSHIELD WASHER  32 ox., Reg. $3.88.,,,,,,..,.....,,.,..,.....,,','. SAI  CLASSIC CAR WAX  Reg. $5.26 .., ,������''.......,....  SALE  CLASSIC CAR WASH  Rrffl. $4.06 ... fi^v:............... /.'���, ....,,;... .SALE'  CLASSIC LEATHER CARE  ' R��9* yti**o ��� . > <,. ���  . .'..,.. . . . . ... . i . i ; i iSAlt  6" SQUEE GEES Rog. $i 6o  >85  * i * i i i ��� t i i �� i 3/\l��C  $341  30  '���"'���"���i"'  rsss^H-^FK^^^a'^wtt-ii^  rtpwwa^teswi'm^tafww^^^  i^JttW**;*,J.,i��: t ><ii���~.J .*  w-i^tr+it^  \��  1 .        .....    ��� ,   ,.' t   *,". 1  -'V !������  1 li^Wv*^*"1***^**'  ��� >.,.4..  ..., ���. X  We wish to take this opportunity to thank everybody who supported  % ' *> Sf M^*^��^w����<**f*i  JU-l  us:  S .'  NEXT TO. THE LIQUOR STORE IN SECHELT  I *':W^fH^^'H4$*fi*��W'*^i*t��0,^flS��,"i ��jf *nwf,���� ��*'.*���****������� *W^��^--J(����.*��i^*j^mwtp.ii"''iWS.H-fiW'tWsi��' ���*'�� (KWJhtVlf J��(H>��M����tt��*. "I  ��.���������,:���..���.,���.��.. ...,,  .        M %  y.itf-'^ '*'^f*f''-  ^^;A.,y.yifW3::,::.....��  ���l....��.J..��w~rl^.,*....,.,,���.���J.r,  '���1        V  WiAf*? p^^l 4*w^'!tw*i�� I  '' ' t,     ' \, ,   I   '       F    ""* I).J ... ,'        >       "  ���i-"-; ���'"-'-( >M^,^*��-,y.r*v,..*.,^  ���    '   1 �� t *' I  t  1. 'i,.  -.-.���������������4^ 1  f'1.,..  ������' ..*'',  ,:.'/<       ,,  ^hftMa1*** j  ''���'  "-\-   t1*"    fM.-'**  :...��,.,  1"  t,  ; ���>r.  * *  / , ���1     ���'  ' V  .��+..'....-._rKj  Around Pender Secondary  Freeze-a-thon at Ruby Lake  leniciiy awiuui cuuu  i;eneguijr-vi.-  at uie Award Winner's Concert at  THE GIBSONS Elementary School   elem^.���., ��,_��� -   ���    ^O^ir^under-the-directron-of-Faye���the SimShme:Goa& Music^  3trkin,   were   winners   in   the -DanceFestival.They arenshqwnhefe  Stop smoking with Operation Kick-It  A Statistics���released���by__ Health_ and.  Welfare, Canada recently showed that  British Columbia was the largest per-  capita non-smoking population in Canada,  ,.^���^,sir��ei'^**e  No runping.  ,No walking.  No exercise.  No effort.  Penalty ���  a shorter.life.  No argumentr  Fitness is fun.  Try sojrne.  icnantmWc  paRTicipacnankmm 0  _with���ortly_ _40 -per- cent of the _adult  population . still snioking cigarettes  regularly. This compares with the  province of Quebec, in Which 50 per cent of  the adult population-still smokes.  For several years,., the B.C. Tuber-  culosis-Christmas-Seal-Society-lias-Deen-  program (aimed at elementary and IfiglF  school students throughout British  Columbia), which employs films, lectures  and class projects toteach ttie students the  health hazards of cigarette smoking..  Approximately 12,000 -students receive  information from the society's nurse  educator through this program each year.  Another society undertaking; begun in  January 1975, is Operation Kick It, (a  program designed to help smokers kick  the habit of cigarette smiking. In the years  since the program began, td the time of the  survey in early '77, air-estimated 3,000  individuals had participated in Operation  Kick It. Classes are held in schools,  community centres, hospitals, health units  ahdbusinesses." " ~  An army of volunteer counsellors lead  the 11-week sessions which make up the  program. These volunteers will act "as  counsellors for the Kick It program? in  many parts of the province. Operation  Kick It employs methods- drawn from  many sources, but is generally based on a  group-therapy principle. Smokers who  - registetj^the:ptogram-are^taughtnvhy  they smoke. Ijind howLto stop smoking.  The participants do not quit ''cold  turkey" 6h, the first or even th& .pth  session. They are encouraged to keep  .track, of. the .number, of cigarettes they  smoke, when they smoke them,"and to rate  their level of desire for each cigarette on a  __scale of one to.six._A card wrapped around  their cigarette package reminds them to  keep an. accurate record. Definite patterns  in smoking are easy to see in only a few  days.  ; Operation/fCJck It is; free, and is,  provided byCxairistmas -Seals as a tree  public service. Locations th^oughojit the  province are planned for 1978.  Further infonjiation about Operation  ���Kickit mayMobtafned by writing to the  " B.C Tuberdaosis-Chnatmas Seal Sociely,  ,' 906 West Bjjoadway, Vancouver B.C. V5Z  lK7,j)r by "telephoning 731^961.��  By APRIL ED* \RDSON  Yesi Pender Harbour's boys' soccer  team had a freeze-a-thon recently. The  idea was to "sst8yJn,Ruby- take ���&%* four  '"minutes. -The bojp were pledged per  second. Seven boystfook'part. One stayed  in for five seconds; another six made the  - four minute-limit. Oh^hand. were^Einda  Curtis and 3udy Wilbee of Pender Harbour  Ambulance and lifeguards Shirley Vader  and Diane Gough.  HE WILL BE BACK   ' \  The Industrial Education teacher Mr.  Dombroski has asked for a leave of absence for a couple of inwijfts. Po.not-fearr~ -  _>he-wiU-be;backairdTeady for nexLyears���  ���MeanwhUe^ubstitutinfr^wdcome Mr.  Henry from Roberts Creek.,  CLUB NEWS  P.H.S.S. Community Recreation Class  Js_ haying a raffle. They are offering 60  gallorts of gas/PerideFHarhMFC^evfon,  Madeira. Park  Services  and* Harbour  Motors each donated 20 gallons of gas.  -ffickets are $1 each or three for $2. Draw  "date is May 4at bingo in Madeira Park.  Students' Council. On April 28 there will  be a evening dance, featuring the band  'Solitare'. It starts aUJjim- and ends atr~  ^midnijght.jnyifejidhs|ieeded if one doesn't  attend Pender SecondaryT^^Tt- '  WANTED   . '     *?'  Any cars, trucks or engines. Pender  . JHarbour-AutoJMe"8hanics class wants cars -  and works for practical use. We will tow it"-  away at our expense. Diesel or gas  engines, old lawn mowers and tractors..  " Anything would help. Contact Mr. Henry "  at 883-2727. " V     ~~  OUR NEW SCHOOL   ; , ^  Foreman Mr. Bill Bone informs us of  the science area of_pur new.school and _.  -other-information���The^science^lab~corFT"  ^^^^���g^hrgfcjBSfgKs.-Qrif' ruQjjfiyy^lJjg.uat'*!^  For the next three weeks workmen will  be just basically closing in the building.  Fire hydrants,, have been installed in the  tield." These wffinof brffio^tfafiotfuntrl  the new school opens.   !f  _FRAN_OVENS  ARTIST   --'���  PAINTINGS & PRINTS  f j Studio,. Whari-Rd  Sechelt  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WEibE^fAftRICATOR��� INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235      '--      EAST P<?RPOISE BAYROAD Bus: 885-9244  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 'I '     -"*     . RosjLfl85-2686-  yX  as-- a  classroom especially ,for smaIT~  classes. The main science area will be  '- equipped with Jab tables and will have  sliding blackboard on the east and south  . "walls. The third room is the greenhouse. ,  This is approximately 8 feet by 20 feet,  ���- fully-glassed room with a southwestern  exposure. Colours of the science lab will be  biege and chocolate iyith oriange tack  , boards.  ^arajara  KEEP  .C.    WATERS  CLEAN*  V^rt^  Nursery  We're/Located  Across From  the. Sunshine  Coast Mobile  Home Park  m MilesJWest  of Gibsons  on Hwy 101  ��� FLOWERING TREES  -���JERUIUTREES  ��� EVERGREENS  ��� BERRIED PLANTS  ��� FERTILIZERS  $peaiat>4  Just Arrived  Bedding  Plants . I   79C a basket  .    HOURS:  Tuesday right thru Sunday, 10 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  -. 4    Closed "on Mondays  -  : <ftfr..^jj<<j  ��� \  ',  *"'  /'  Monday  AHf What an array  of exquisite  transportation.  WS  Tuesdays-7 Wednesday  iP  78 Volare/Aspen  2 Dr Custom Coupo  F/0 Special  '4621  .,.,.���.,,i...���...,Plu��.���ppt.L��i]  Tilr crazy about  good deals...  <?  r-  78 Cordoba  pa,, pb, auto, radio  F/0 Special ,"  $1  When you're  a Tittle short.  <*\-  .!'��  78 Colt  2 Dr,' Coupo  F/0 Special  '3984  plus options  Here^adeal  you can't refuse.  9  'J.  =3��  78 Dodge  Pickup, Short Box  F/0 Special  *4653  plus options  Off with the  prices...  M  V  ^���'  Saturday  - T  Mryday.  78 Frontier  8' Cab-Over Camper  well oqulppod  n.i *fiiM*i:i|i���� .JM^i^hirf4��tM-i"i  The pennywise know  whereto buy...  ilJByisfc,  \ ��l���lf  78 Horizon/Omni  4 Dr Sedan, Hatchback  F/0 Special  .Plus, options,  CARS  77 VENTURA sports cpe. .. $4995  76 MAZDA auto, 808, cpe . $2795  72 CHALLENGER coupe ... $1295  72 LeMANS sport wagon .. $2395  72 TO YOTA 4 dr, auto '." ..$1295  71 CHEVELLE 4 dr. sdn...... $995  '69 VIVA auto, cpe $59.5  (   TRUCKS  77 FORD RANGER loaded  c/s.......'...,.. ..,.....$6995  77 FORD 1 tonrNEW, pu,���,   camper   V. ... ;$7995  77 DODGE VAN, 5 pass .. $5495  77 DODGE 4x4, swb, black $7495  74 CHEV 1/2 ton & canopy,  6 std     $2995  R.V.S  75 SECURITY  8' 9" CAAAItR,  Well oqulppod, with |acks  76 OKANAGAN  8' IMPORT TRUCK  CAMPER  \ $2495  4.  ,     ,  ���   m.     H     W.  �����*���'?��.RJV*e    '^-' rv*    f-.^-iiH-wtr    '  ,.v  '*1'''i'*k#:;\ ''''' ^^"���"'"*���;  THERE ARE GREAT DEALS AT SUNCOAST  pExDiorelEe  YOUR "AUTHORIZED FRONTIER DEALER  ;xx:  ���*M^-tw  ���'��$'>��  r^^W^  885-5111  I {tWi1*^ p'^| l��W^,t',*  ^"���^W**1!^  iwe^iniKMa<)i4uiU��^i''fl  wi(i��ti*W'4-piiJ  *u  *T"WW'M#'*  ������'<>.*Ki\<*,.-Jtyx4M*i'y*''&'^i-'&y^^^^^^  IIVIITED.A  c. "  Frontier gives  you mo^ space,  better quality,     '  wide^ choice.  And one thing  more:  W Hi lull Ei ��� �� r  hui]#\hi,yM*t*\'ty'\^)i hi   Mil * l Vw ^v-j'^v^' A^M-'^h" ^H|^v*J"*��ti*i  u  ,i       i  (lt��ll*��.i��'^",J^P  ��� ���. - ,- ^v.- r  .\  ^'J-^P Sym\if*7 mfm^^mr^nkfff^im'i^m' f.W<��- ���* ������mm'Miwm^Jm, t-*^ ^,��,.-*m*mvt _ ��*�� w. w.^ ^ ������ d^ * ���f&i.+**y^?iyf>J**y  p��* ���,** Tif'^^^f^fwrt'lgiii-****"  op ilia i  'V;;  .',.,/ �����  :   ^e-.    | ,     *��,��,+  1|    I   ,  mWmWm*<m0\  spaces  ���*NW#  A>   ^  y   y \.  -JJj**l^HI*'*'ii  ��� '-k.X  ���ft  k  ���(Wt|tr.i  >'#M:.  ^Hf. tfl^-^WB-    5  ( I  ��� \/  \ ���    ���������'������v '  >)  ..A^X  n ._. .__._  ,'  ���:;:tf:;~:A-;--;'^---Ax-  .'...*" j  "-���- ���> ���'-''.'  \.  .  ���A-^^-^-  ^���'ry-i-  ,    \'--        ;������������'���  1 ' ''   "                ������..*'���                   '.  J  *  .   (  -���"���..'  ���-  ��� ���"���-".  ���������  i  I ���            '  ���    -���'���  '���.��� -  ������ '  .     it  ������'  '��� i  ���  -  ���.��-  *       i  f  .-  *>  -���j  \  . >  �����-- jds;-  ���1  Police news  Freak accident  injures man  - A Powell River man was slightly in-,  jured April 20 when a "grapefruit-sized'-'  stone was thrown from between the  double-wheels of a truck and sent hurtling  through the windshield of the man's car,  travelling behind the truck.  The manrPeter Kamilieris,-was grazed  EXPERIENCED BACKHOE OPERATOR  - Required Immediately  Call 885-9666, eves: 886-2652  L & H SWANSON LTD.  on the head by the rock. He was treated"  and'released from St. Mary's Hospital.  .The accident occurred on Hwy. 101 near  Madeira:Park.   Sechelt RCMP said that if tile truck  |_jcould--be-lo(Mted;-the--driver-:would���be--  charged for not having adequate mild  lElaips on the vehicle, - ���    v  ���Also-ori April 20; Sechelt policecon~-  ducted a drug raid on an apartment in the  new^omplex on Dolphin St.; 'seizingabout  11 ounces of marijuana and arresting  several persons on the premises. Charges  were pending.      .  Patricia Murphey reported finding a 14^  foot boat with a mptorrfloating unattended  in Halfmoon Bay on AprU 17. Cliff South-  , wood found a Russian Wolfhound the same  day near the corner ���of Redrooffs ahd  Southwood. Persons with any information  regarding, the above .are requested to .  contact Sechelt RCMP..      =  A house trailer at .Coopers Green was  broken into April 17 and two bottles of  liquor stolen.  JoyceJHiggsrepor^pd.a_purse-stolen_out_  of her unattended vehicle while .it was  parked, in front of the Sechelt Motor  Vehicle office about 3 p.m. on April 19.  _= In the Gibsons area, a quantity of  lumber, paint and nails was stolen from  the Kinsmen House in Dougal Park on  April 18. the material, valued at about  $100, was later recovered and two youths  interviewed by police in connection with  fidop <JJoui -  0%n5from ...: ;..".'.:*. 1749  For good.selection of Gifts .  Sterling Silver Bracelets & Charms  Mother's Day Spoons  A large selection of Baskets  Complete,Line of Cards  uA/tbutus fTftee  1500 Gower Pt.Rd..  Gibsons  the incident  Three cougars were reported roaming  in the Port Mellon area on April 20. One of  the animals was subsequently shot by  Conservation Officer Jamie Stephen,  according to police.  $100 winner  in Kin Win  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 was a big  day   at   St.   Mary's   Hospital   as  provincial and "local -dignitaries���facilities' $2.75 million expansion and  gathered to sign the contract forthe  The P  HE FENINSULA  Section B  Wedne��day;;Ap^l 26,1978  ��� W        ii,  , .1 ��� I-.,  >       m '  ���'     D.��Aa   1_Q  Pageis 1&,  gets  sentence for taking car  Gregory Martin August pleaded guilty   was fined $500 in default 14 day^jail^j^haeij^j^  Jn-provincialxouiliAprilJirto-taking^a-ear���afterpleading^uiltjrtb;falllnirto report an Ac r>���,.i  cmi��.   a��o����;���*^    o����_.  to conduct the ground-breaking for  the project. Above, signing the  contract- .are: seated, from left,  GordftfeHall, chairman of St. Mary's  Board.of-Trustees, and Elvin Nelson":  :of Onyx Construction; standing, from*  left, Patricia Wadsworth, executive  director-of-the-B7G���Health-Assnrr  Warren McKibbin, vice-chairman of  the board, Walter Paetkau of Onyx  Construction, Jim Earle, chairman of  the expansion and property committee of St.  Mary's  board,  and  Gordon. Montgomery- of Gibsons was*  zroneuf "45 persore who each won $100 last  week   in   the 'Kinsmen���Rehabilitation  Foundation's Ki^> Win lottery for the  disabled.  A Nanaimo man^von the $1,000 top  Early Bird prize. Anptner Early Bird draw  will be held May 20*JEjnal draw- in,the  lottery will be July 25  r���v*  with the owner's consent and was given a ��� accident.  one-year suspended sentence. White, an construction worker, was  Speaking on behalf of the-18-year-old- driving a friend's truck when he hit  Sechelt youthT-Joyce Maykutasked Judgo   anothei^ehicle^arch 18 ih Gibsons. He  J.S.P. Johnson to consider a discharge  \yheh sentencing August because of his  age.p ',.���',,'  '.  Maykut said he was only 17 years old  when "on impulse" August drove the 1971  Pinto that he discovered with the keys in  _ the ignition. '        >  "He's a quiet boy and generally not a;  troublesome character," said Maykut.  The judge sa'i|d that he did not feel, a  conditional discharge was in order considering the off cnle.  During thot period August must report  to the probation officer.  Nineteen-year-old David George White  Timber Days  lip  Sechelt's Timber Days celebration,  scheduled for May 21-22, got another shot  In' the arm last week when UI Froscr,  coordinator of last year's event, agreed to  tako on responsibility for Uio loggers',  sports and ���the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce consented to  coordinate the annual parade;   -   -.    * :  Graham Craig will bo mastor' of  ceremonies,  Parade application forms will be  avallablo shortly at local, businesses,  Fraser said.  For morel Information on the parade,  which will havo a Capt. Cook Bicentennial  told the court that he had planned to report  the accident the next day because there  were drunk people in the truck, but that he  was later "sort of talked out of it by  friends." :���, .,  The   man's   licence   will   also   be  .suspended..  GibsOns logger Ray Rowland was fined  $250. after a bar room scuffle in Vernon  resulted in charges of wilful damage and  refusing to leave a licenced premises when  requested to do so.     -  The 20-year-old Rowland said ho had  been celebrating the finishing of a log  cabin with his brother when he got a "bit  rowdy witfi his brother and a friend" and  was asked to le��ve the I^ak^slde Motor  Inn, Rowland returned a couple of hours  later and dicing tho course of a "minor  scuffle" with a waiter, ripped the Jukebox  speaker wires out of tho wall,  A 23-year-old Gibsons boom man  pleaded guilty, to Impaired driving and  falling to provide a breath sample after  hitting a police car vyhlle drunk November  24,1977, causing $245 worth of damage,  Stanley Samuel Scipow will havo until  August 1 to pay a $050,flne��ln default 21  days In Jail. Slnco tho damago to tho police  -car was over *$200,�� hla licence * wlll*bo  suspended for ?lx months,  " Sopow will take the Impaired drivers  course during a six-month probation  period, '  Paul Emll Gallant of Sechelt pleaded  guilty to driving while having a blood  alcohol level over ,08. Gallant, a Jervis  of Paul Smith Associates. Participating in the .ground-breaking  were: Isabel Gooldrup, government  representative to the board, Chris  W^r4,.presidentibfJ^eajiKiUaries'coordinating council, Harry Almondi  chairman of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District and Hospital Board,  Wadsworth, Dr. Chapin Key, director  iMtlipi��fiEamajQiLE��J,JN.elsQn-  Earle, Nick Vucurevich, St. Mary's  administrator, and Weller.  Paperback  BESTSELLERS  ���FICTION.  Gerald Gropn, Bantam (5)  Alistair   Maclean.   Fontana  theme, phone Uie chamber office nt 885-    Inlet logger, was fined $500 and had his  3100 or Fraser nt 885-2804. licence Busponded.  >...!.. *..;<������ ^C  i    .  ���\m%  r-u 'l*'  Modern, 5 slorty, first c'K'iTl^or'Koiel, Good lociillon - I Work from  lionch, |j)(l'l��l> B��y nnd BlmilfV VnrU, mm downtown, shopplnfl wllhln 2  hloclu. I2S Aiirncllvoly ��ppol|i|��d nlr-fondlilontd rooms, studios, |tfllclenry  ��� *wWwW W^HwW^'-^W^MI mmw "i*^^te^mwmmm& 'ir-mf^mmlwi.ijfpm #V^*^.','^P^^w*^frfBw^ff^^^Li^^3^.JWP^W->:*^ ^ft5!fl*W|w^ www Ws'^sRlp-i  Room nnd Colfae fihop, Idling* wllh onlorUlnmonl. Sompla and M����tlnn  rtoomt.'Driw-ww^wflfirwpiB'^^  . SWni21,DWBI24,^WOt26  1VS5 D��vl�� {}iifItil?��iii1covv��r V6GIV/IV, TTion.i 604-682  * Twit ni 0��-ntl61 ���  naan m\  rtttf'  -.fix-f  l.Holocauil,  2. SoawltcK.  (2) '     ,  3, Th* lawlou, John Jakos. Jovo (-)  4, Tho Rich Aro Dlllerant. Susan Hpwatch,  FcJwcott (4)  5, How to Sav* Your Own Llfo. Erica Jong,  Now American Library (0)  6. Coma.  Rotyn   CooK,   NoW   American.  Library. (1) '     '      ,'  7. Ollvor'��, Slory. Erich Sogal. Avon (3)  6, Tho , Chancollor   Monuicrlpt.    Robort  Lutllum. Bantam (6)  9, Tho   AAaioda   Plan,   Leonard   Harris,  Popular (9)  iO.foleontr.'liohn ChoovorrBallnntlnB;  .(7),  NON-FICTION  I, By Ponont Unknown, Barbara Amlol'  and Goorgo Jona��. Collin* (!)  2; Tho Boqk of U��1i, Irving Wallqco, /\my  Wallace and DaVId Wallochlmky. Bantam  (2)   , \ ��     '    "  3, Your Erronoou*  Zono*,  Wayne1' Oyer.  Avon (6) "'..���"��� .     ,  4, Paiingo*', Gall 5hool)y, Bantam (S)  5, Tho Ghott el Fllghl 401, John Fuller.'  Borkloy (3)  6, Haywire, Brooke Hayward, Bantam (4)  v?, Th* Oulnnosi Book of World R*cordt,  ,'NorrU McWhlrler. Bantairl (9)        /  B, Snow Blind, Robort Sabbag. Avon (-)  9, Changing. Liv Ullman, nnntam (0)"  10, Th* Fllo on th* Tior, Anthony Symr  mer�� ond Tom Mangold. Ponldna (7)  (Tho numbor In bracket^ l�� last week's  1 position)  Compllod from book storos across Canada  compllmmnt* of  ,liifw����w-���^iwt-**,i. A  GET ANOTHER PAIR FOR  �����������tti****����  n  00  %  w  'Deui  >'" \  Sunny crttiijCttnlrct, Olbib  686-B013  "0  BRIXTON LEATHER  PUREES  Join our Mother's Day Draw  1st Prize-Packard Slippers for Mom  2nd Prize-Dearfoam Slippers  . .        i ,...-. ,'.i |  [purcha��Q nocoMaryl  off  -w"  2nd North Star Skateboard Contest  on till 18th of May  I  mmmmWmmWmmW  1 st Wlnhor: Tom Haodon, GoW��r Pt, Rd��� Gibsons  -;t "  3uniiycTfc^iL Stiitft  ���ibson*  mm  m*mmmmm  9mmmmmmm+%m  t��#W-��tlH��*W)t*) d4 Jw*t4��M��  ><i.|a��W��u��jWW4'^' rf* t ��     iwrt*'^��*����� |��u<*>i��a��Mi  .     *   - , * ��     * ��� k\ m  ,   1����W*��S(JHl!itJtf��!��inUi-.  *M����WW  ywiBiiUffiffiiinw'nwwnwf'i'ipip  ��iW|llii��IWiiW)^ii)ll^  >^*W"-    <���**  vT:,,ti  '  m*  mj&mmm*^&*,K.��.   .  ^i��  4H  I,'  ���\   .|li,,  /,...  ..I. ./ .:������  ,j_.r?xs -y . ���<   -\  r~   - -   -.&  &$MM&��ky"~y���~r~"  -9  Page R-2      The Peninsula Times      Wed AprU 2fr, 197fr  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Work Wanted  For Rent  Campers and Trailers   Boats and Engines      . For Sale  .-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)  OneJnsertion - $2.15  Three Insertions '..,. $4.30  Extralines (4 words)  60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  .Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  . per count lina.  -���   Deaths, Card "of Thanks, ^ In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after thatj_Feur.words per line.  Birth NaMces, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  SubscriptioixRates:.-- -- - -  - ByWlaH:  Local Area . ��� $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .,.. $8.00 yr.  U.S.A $10.00yr.  Overseas  $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area ".'. .\._.. $6.00  ���Single Copies 777 7777 .... 15c.��a.  ' WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed service?  ���Fair estimates?  Then give us a call:  --   PEERLESS  -  TREE SERVICES LTD.  885-2109  758-tfn  DECKHAND looking for job, -  ���woukHike to know as" soon  as possible. 883-9935.     4387-23  NEED your garden prepared?  - Rotovator for hire. Call 886-  2668. w 4344-23  Announcements  CALL WELCOME Wagon if  ycftr or your neighbors are  new to Sunshine Coast. 886-  9973 or 886-8043. 4444-24  Personal  DONATIONS to the Canadian7  Cancer.    Society      are  gratefully acknowledged and  ���will  be   devoted   solely >to  cancer  research.  Donations  Obituary  SOLBERG:   Passed   away  April  15,  1978, Herman  Solberg, late of Sechelt, aged  "Survived/W~two~  86 years.    daughters Bergliot am Annie.  Funeral service - held Wednesday, April 19 at Devlin  Funeral Homes, Gibsons.  Pastor Fred. Napora. officiated. Interment Seaview  Cemetery.      -   - -    4394-22  should be addressed to the"  "Canadian Cancer Society, c-o  Mrs. A.J. Hatcher, Madeira  Park*. Cards ar^ sent to the  bereaved and" receipts for  _income4ax-pur-poses-are-sent -  -*���rRAGINGCRANE  .   CONSTUCTION  Framing and* rerfbvations  Free RRAP estimates.  885-5677 eves  or 885-5055 eves.  4334-tfn  EVERGREEN  LANDSCAPING  ���A FruitTree���   FURNISHED  1   bdrm  wf  cottage, $225 per month.  Avail Mayl. Ph. 883-9285.  4326-tfn  . MODERN  FURN.l   bdrm  suite in new home. Includes ,  . dishes, linen, heat, $195 per {  ��� mo. 1 block Sunnycrest Plaza, v  Ph.886-9102*^?/ 4330-22 .  WATERFRONT    2    bdrm  cottage, small. Heat & elec.  incl. Avail. May 1. $200. 883-  -9923.   * -4441-24  SMALL HOUSE 1 blk from  1 shopping mall, Sechelt.  ' Ideal for  OAP  or  retired  person.   Rent   negotiable.  ReplyJBox 310 (B)ySecheltrf���  4400*22  NEW 2 BDRM home. 1288 sq. -  ft. plus carport. Elec. heat,  w-w carpet. Ph. 321-0880. 444fc\  24       ___.= __ =_ - =,-%_=--^==_-  Real Estate  NEW 3 bdrm, 1000 sq ft with  _v*?w> w:wc^etL carport.  !.  16' CAMPER trailer, stove^  , oven, ice box, toilet, sips 5,  very good cond., $800. Ph. 885-  2459 after 6. 4332-22  Legal Notices  y  CAMPER  RENTALS  JSUPERB SURFER 24' Sedan  ���6ruiserr-eommand���bridge-  - and' crew boat. models. Factory to you saves $ $ $ Surfer  Marine, 678 Andertoh-Road,  Comox, B.CV9N-588. Ph.-112-  339-5733.   -"*'_        : 4353-24  ...CXiCENi;EJisMQ4.-boat1-l5:i.  lge   cabin,   styVe,   sink,  FIBREGLASS   sailboat.   12'  ���ArrowHSxeellent-conditiom-  Ideal learning craft. Will  teach sailing. $1,000 with  Department of Lands,  -Ferestsrand-  to the donors.  Pruning  Bark Mulch  Shrub Beds. ���  free estimates  885-5033 -, '  Tasking $39;000: Ph; 8853773:  Fully equipped; 8 ft.  camper, fridge, range,  furnace. Sleeps^"?!,. _  " Vancouver winter rates.  Reserve early/ 885-2600  anytime. ~\  18'  GLENDETTE  trailer,  ���sleeps-6,-hot- wftterrfhrn^  toilet, shower, A-l cond. $2200.  Earls Cove, Jervis Inlet Rdi.?  Lot 4. Call Van. 879-4071.  ,  r ...    ���.. 4415-22  -���t : ,   Cars and Trucks_....._.  ~ VOLKSWAGENS  ~ .  VOLKSWAGENS  2 for wrecking  '2 for sale   ���885-5384 ������1  Chrysler Crown-lit) HP reb't  engine. 886-8082aft 5:30. 4418--  22 .        - -:' -  - trailer obo. Ph. 885-3153 after 6  p.m. 4440,-24  TREATP5 fepceposts $25 for  - 10.-R��el mower $30. Ph?885-  '3577afterJWedrresdayr-4449-22-  WaterssResources '  Water Resources Service  POLLUTION CONTROL  ^ BRANCH  APPLICATION FOR A  PERMIT UNDER-THE-  Livestock  SPECIAL OFFER 10 Color  .Pictures  from  any  one  ���:���-riegative-for only $1". "Send us  your ' Color Negatives   (any       size) plus $1 and we will send  'CERTIFIED  Farrier,  Hans    you 10 Beautiful Jumbo Size  Berger is coming to Coast.    Color0 Pictures   within   one  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-    week. Also send your color  3751  994-$fn_iilms_for_ developing- and   -_       "--        printing to^Pronto Photo. We  ��� POLLUUQNUQNIROL  . ACT,' 1967 (Emissions)  This application.is to be filed,  :_with. the. Director, Pollution  Control, Branch,- ParliamenF  Buildings,  Victoria,   British  Columbia. Any person who  CHICKS: brown egg-layers,  white Leghorns,, white  Rocks. Order early,-ship  anywhere. Napier- Chick  Sales, 6743 216th St., Langley,  Box59, MilnerrB.C.-V0XlT0,  Ph. 534-7222. .     " " "  3882-tf  GOOD LOCAL Ladner hay for  sale. Call 596-0920.    3634-tfn  J5JYR. OLDbay mare, Appy  qualifies as an objector under  section 13~(3)"of the Pollution  Control Act, 1967 may, wihtin  3Q~~3ays~of the date of ap-  .���       . _        , L    _.   plication, or within 30 days of  will give you fast guaranteed'-the date of publication in The  quality and service at British Columbia Gazette or in  reasonable prices. 12 exp. roll a newspaper, or, where servce  complete $2.9?; 20 exp. roll,   ��� ���   ���    -������   ��� ���  3871-tf  4382-21  4398-22  _3612rtfn-  INCORPORATE! $75,00 plus  filing fees. Obtain your;  lawyer supervised in-  corporation_over the. phone_��� _  fast! Call Self-Counsel Services toll free, 112-800-663-  3007, Chargex and Master  Charge accepted.        4258-22  ,/-. ���  ��� McKAY: Anne, of Madeira  Park,  B.C.,  suddenly   on  April 13,1978, aged 41 years.  Survived "' by ��her" loving  family:   husband Joe,  sons  Terry,   David   and   Rich,  stepsons Darwin and Derrick.  - Parents,   Doctor  and   Mrs.  Stanley   McQueen   of   Vancouver.   ^ot\iex^J^o^l^^^^^^f^^   Victofla-lmd^TDonald-of . ^astercnargeaccepted. 42S>7  Vancouver. .A memorial  service was held on April 14 in  the West Point Grey United  Oiurch, Vancouver. Flowers  are gratefully" declined.  Arrangements through First  Memorial Services.     4420-22  DIVORCE!-$100 plus filing  fees. Obtain your lawyer  supervised divorce over the  phone ��� fast! Call Self-  Counsel Services toll free, 112-  800-663^00JL���Chargex���and-  22  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  meetings, 8:30 pm every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. Ph. 883-9698.  3440-tfn  CAPABLE     EUROPEAN  housekeeper-comp.   Gardener!- Driver. From Mon.-  Jhurs. 885-2627, 4325-23-  FRAMING AND finishing by  -contractor. Hourly. Phone  Bill, 885-3127.       .      4196-tfn  _ -  Help Wanted  ,_        ���i���.     .. -     ���   i.     . ���   ���    - i ���! '  -  2 HRS. A DAY - $200 a month  - commision plus prizes. For  details write, Fuller. Brush,  -Boxl08t207_SVestHastings St.,  Vancouver V6BlH7i or Mr. T.  Diamond, RR 3, Kamloops,  B.C. V2C 5KT. 74227-tfn  BUY NOW- Urge 3, bdrm  home in Village of Sechelt -  ensuite, �� 2 fireplaces, dining  room, cedarfeature walls, full  basement; view. PH7885^ ~~ "  3675. ., tfn  BY OWNER: over 1500 sq ft,  j~ home, sandy beach, view,,  walk from ferry. $89,000. 298-  0597.������- ��� 4388-23-  SACRIFICE! 2, side-by-side  lots overlooking���beautifuL-  Sechelt Inlet. Water & power.  Sandy Hook area. By owner.  $8,300 each. Ph. 885-9005 or  939-2826. ' 4293-22"  '68 TRIUMPH TR. 4A .reblt  eng. All new drive' train.  59,000 mi. Fixed up to sell,  $1,760. Ph. 885-9738.     "4295-22  '63 CHEV, good transp., $3Q0.  After 5 p.m. phone 885-9470. '  _,,..��� *.,_    -   4324-22  Breedingr Goocfc-dispositionr  $400with saddle. Ph. 886-9752*  after 6 p.m. 4333  k%\       "  complete $3.99; 36 exp. roll  . complete-46,99^Satisfaction-  guaranteed _or .money  refunded. Pronto Photo  Service, 30 Eastgate, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C2C1. --  4402-26  U.egaLN0fiee_s____L__  -is required, within 30 days of  the serving of a copy of the  amplication," file 'with, the  Directorran objection in  writing to the granting of,a  permit, stating the manner in  which he is affected. Those  who do not so qualify may file  with the 'Pollution* Control  ^oanLarLohjectioiiJjiJffiriling  v-  Motorcycles  HONDA ST 90,300 orig. rrules,  -  $350.886-9316^ 4373-2S  '76 KAWI 500;Off ers. 885-2142.  4423-22  '73 DATSUN auto,  ejccel. '  ��� runner-&-gas-mileage���No���        ���,   rust, set of snows (2 studded)   Machinery  almost new. $1200 obo. After �����������.-���_ ,.=.-'���  r-3:30 weekdays, 886-23737'4368^= FOX Super "D"self-propelled  APPLICATION FOR  . .A WATER LICENCE  Water Act  (Section 8) ,  WE, Harold & Phyllis Enquist  of 540 East Kings Road, North  Vancouver, B.C. V7N 1J3  hereby apply to the Comptroller of Water Rights for a  licence to divert and use water  -out-of Ruby-Lake~which-flo-W&_  .23  HOPPER:- -Leo -Wilfred - of '  Sechelt, formerly of  Decateur, 111., in his 68th.year.  Passed away suddenly on  April 20,1978..Survived by his  loving wife Edith, brother Vori  of Illinois, nephew Bob'and  niece ��� Nancyv ���Memorial"  service will be held Thursday,  April 27 at 2 p.m._JnJ3oal  ttfapeirT30^'tmoeefrTld:,��  North Vancouver. Cremation.'  -N o���f io-wers���b jryfequestT  Friends so wishing; may,  donate to the Rosicrucian  Order, Rosicrucian Park, San  Jose,    ,     Ca., 95191.  Arrangements     through"  Memorial Society of BfC; /and  First Memorial Services.-4435-  22 ���'.'. ".y._':.\_;'-A.AX"A.  Personal      '.���;',...: ,:'v ���'���������'������  "COME IN TO J&C Electronics  for your free Radio Shack  catalogue.       *        1327-tfn  ^Travel  SOOKE HOTEL by the Sea.  Three days for the price of  two until June 30. 'vWharf,  beaches,'-hiking, fishing.  Nature's - Best! - For  ^Broehures^-write���Box 343  Sooke, B.C. V0S 1N0. Phone  (112) 642^644. __.���  SALES     MANAGER    for.  Community   Newspaper.  Fully experienced person with  proven track record.  Opportunity to buy intS onKof  Canada's fastest growing  newspapers in attractive,  progressive community in wt  Lower    Mainland.     Good  starting salary with substantial, commission. Permanent position, open to a  man jor���womanT-is-to- stafrt-  e 15. Write Box 116, c-o 808,  4<mw-<n    207\ W. Hastings, St., Van-  ^^^SqqV er^B ,C. V6B lH7r~4411-tf  MAD PK. will sell at cost ?  newer 2,560 sq. ft. home.  Fridge, stove w-w, drapes,  _more.~ 3-bdrm-up���1- bath,-1���  ensuite, - FP, sundecky- garr-  Excel, rev. suite in above  ground  bsmt.   Sep.   entr.   .  117 x 161 foot lot, $52,000. 885-  2924. 4305-20'  BEAUTIFUL Gillies Bay.  Immaculate 2 bdrm 1,110 sq.  _jEt., .block from beach. Low  -taxes,' many- extras.- Med.  clinic, cable TV. $44,000. Ph.  486-7359. 4396-24  '66 ENVOY SW, complete, for  parts, good engine, take it  away..885-3393.   ^        4371-23  '72  TOYOTA  Corolla   1600,  $800,886-2626.       .  - 4372-22  -'64 -DODGE  Power Wagon,  Winch,  needs work,  $350.  .886-9316. k        4375-23   ; f   '68  PLYMOUTH  Fury,  V8;  running, $250 Obo. 885-9255.  4376-23  . '74 K5 BLAZER,.blue-w-whife  " fiberglass removable top.  Good cond. 885-2961 aft. 6.  4345-23  southeast and discharges into  -==-^RubyJCr-eekand-giv^notic��-of-  3    my application to all persons  6'   "affected.  The point of diversion will be  located at the land' described  forage Harvester "c-with  grass attachment. Also 20' 3-  axle gooseneck trailer w  cattle racks. Ph. 112-794-7716.- j^lpw.   "4407-22    The qUantity 0f Water to be  IN STOCK: complete line of  BERCO undercarriage for  ���your   John'"'Deere"Crawler;  -Tractors. Coast Tractor__and_  Equipment      Ltd. '     Ph.  Cbquitlam,v ' 524-0101     or  Chilliwack, .792-2781.   Call  collect. "        x    *-    4408-23  Lost j  LOST April i; Siamese and  tabby cross, male, vicinity  W. Beach _Ave. to Hanbury.  CallJody,'885-3782.       4392-23  diverted is 500 gallons a day.  The purpose for which the  water-will be-usedisjiomesticl.  ^The_Jand_.onjwhich--the--water_���Cove._  wilrbe usedis BlockDoMA)t  4590,- Group X, New Westminster District.  A copy of this application was'  posted on the 28th of January,  1978, at the proposed point of  - diversion���and- on ~the- land'  where the water is-to be used  xand two copies were filed in  the - office of the Water  Recorder at 635 Bdrrard St.  under section 13 (6), in the  same manner and time period  as described above.  -1.1, Crown Zellerbach Canada  Limited of 9th Floor, 815  ' .West Hastings Street,  Vancouver, British  ���oJumbia hereby apply to  the'Director for a permit to  discharge or emit contaminant^)- into the- air_  from a floating air curtain  ���incinerator���located��� at-  Goliath Bay in Jeryis Inlet.  and~givemotice~oT: ~my~aF  plication to  all persons  affected.  2. The land upon which the  worts are located Lot 3829,  Group-^-NWD, Goliath Bay.  3. The- discharge or emission  shall be located at Goliath  Bay - 6 miles up Jervis Inlet  __(North_side)   from  Earls  Work Wanted  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  All Types of Concrete Work  Patios, Floors, Foundations  Driveways, ��ustom Work  Prompt Service  Free Estimates  ?���Box1341 Sechelt- :  ,.   ,885-2125 ;     ���  :���"'���" 4429-tf  "-?  THOTOUBAPHSpublisfiedir  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office.       1473-tfri  SECHELT TAX SERVICE  Your Local Tax Man  ���    ;"OnjGowrie ���St'.""*, '  inSechelt-  -HEL&l-Do ^omething-nicfrfor-  whales," seals and , the  plarjet. Sell Greenpeace  Spring "Go Anywhere"  Lottery Tickets. 2108 W. 4th  Ave., Vancouver, B.C. V6K  lN6.Ph. (604)736-0321. 4414-24  EXPERIENCED   backhoe  operator      req'd.   v Im-  TmMiately. Call 885-9666 days, ~  886-2652 eves. L&H Swanson  Ltd. ;  4417-22  WATER DIVINER needed on  Sunshine   Coast.   Leave  message, for iPoug: NewbKat >  -885=3885; ~���^���4427-24"  BARGAmji��ash.,only���Ships-^LATE"75 Nova SS Hatchback,  Point, Fanny Bay. Modern' heavy duty susp, stereo,  house. Garage, large lot, near _tape - deck,-hitch. A-l cond:  ..ocean, .piped - water, power, 28,000 mi. _ Replacement cost  fireplace.- A-0 heat. Price over $6000. Sell for $3950. 886-  negotiable. For  appointment   7398 . ______4397-22  -phone(-112)-335-2484;���4405=22"     SPECIAL! Must sell 1975 Ford  4 dr., excellent condition.  $3200 obo. Ph. 112-826-1469.  44.12-22  For Sale  EIGHTEEN ^eautiful  secluded acres for sale.  House, outbuildings, cabin,  spring water, gardens,- fruit  trees; Highway access, hydro,  telephonerPrice $58,000; Write,  Box 231, Nasusp, B.C. VOG  _1R0 or call (11-2*) 2654451. 4406-  FOR SALE by owner. 4:5  *' acres: on North Rd.,' Gibsons, Ideal for hobby farm.  $31,000. Ph. 886-9839:    4419-24  Returns from $9-  Tues.-Sat.  9.:30-.5,;30  I  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  ��� ������ABni������piiiMf>iaMH'MiiniiiMiaM mi *��� m* '�����' mi"  Prim your (id In Iho iquorm,  word,  flo ��ure l.o kcivo a blank tpaco allnr oach  :l**.*..���.W*..^,W1'.  iS,\ ,'vi,,.'i!i,.��.w���,)P.   l-iA��^'", S(|��" ";'  r ! ���'  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  X  I  l  1  1  1  1  1  l  l  1  1  I  l  1  I  l  ' I  I  I  I  1  Three llnoiliSJ.I 5. ^och oddlllonollln.il 60c.  Tak* advantnn* of our ��p��clal lavlngi, t  �� Run your ad twice ��� th* third time |i FREE.  * If you pay lor your ad the Saturday before publlcnti--.ii you get a  dlicount ��� JBcfor lHlnii��rtlon<��� fl9�����0f ' ,,  Mall ui your ad, or drop It old ���  In Sechelt at the Penfniula Tlm���� Oflle* ���  In Olluoni at the Arbvtui Tree   .  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sochelt, B.C.  V0N3A0 ,  CLASSIFICATION  ,..,.  "���-  ���'  .���  T-  -'-  .���  ��.'  >  %215  "G'ARDEN"B^Y~water view*"  ; lot. Cabin, 600 sq. ft. Elec.  heat, 2 bdrm, living and bath.  Needs some finishing on %  acre, $15,500. Ph. 883-2318. :  1 ���     ,     ,,, 4424-27  . .    ,. ���'������ > : : '  UNSURPASSED panoramic  view. Garden- Baya  semlwaterfront. 1 acre plus 3  b(lr,ms, VM baths,' 16x24  living rooni with huge stone  LOCAL .PERSON to carry &���..flreplacOj 16x24 rec room,  ���������'��� sell quality English tfipK and Jacuzzi pool, suana, 2 sun-,  saddlery ,;885-65fi5.       4437-22   decks, hw heat. $87,500. Owner  083-2318. s      4425-27  F^ULL TIME office assistant  req'd. for Sechelt Medical  4219-tfn vClinlc.   Pleasant,  courteous  ��� "���"-I-manner. Phone or previous  I ' medical experience an assets  but not essential. Repl^ with  particulars   to   Box ^638. -  Sechelt, or In  person at  Medical Clinic, 4434-22  -7-1 FORD Econoline 200 Van.  $2000. Very good cond. 885-  9764. ��� ' 4399-24  '!76~FORD:i?lub-Wagon"Win=-  dow Van, extra seat, almost  new rubber, new brakes,  34,000mi.$4750.883-2318. 4426-  ���24        ^   ������   '���        ���.;,���        '._;,.;���  J67���METEOR*unint_co^���  Offers, 885-3336. ;    '4431^22.  '70 DATSUN pickup, excel!  cond. $1050.885-5595. 4436-22  '65 VALIANT,$300.885-9979.  4438-22  '67 RAMBLER Ambassador,  $400,885-9647.    '.      4446-24  ASTRAL propane fridge, oak  office desk, Argus slide  projector, amplifier, mike &  stand. Boosey & Hawkes  trumpet. Wrecking '64 Pon-  tiae���883-9161. 4248-21   \__   USED KENMORE dryer, $75;  single bed, $20.885-5561.  4251-19  CHILDRENS, maternity and  ladies    clothing,     good  -quality-^New-.& -nearly-new-'  ^Vanepuver^B;&vY6&-?I|77  Objections to "this application ���  may be .filed-with-the said-  Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria-, B;Cr,-within thirty days  of the date of first publication  of the application.  The'date of first publication is  April 19, 1978  4386-spt-22  British Columbia Hydro  and Power Authority  INVITES TENDERS FOR:  The- rate- of- discharge���is-  (dry basis): (a) Maximum  18,000 (353 mol-s), Duration^  24 hrs per day; Frequency  Continuous; -(b)   Average  daily, {based -on   normal  daily operating period 18,00(1  (353 mol-s). The operating"  period during^ whieh���contaminants       will       be  discharged is Continuous7"24',  "isufrperlday, 7 days per'-,  week.,    ������ '    ��� _  . The characteristics of the  contaminant (s) to be  discharged are as follows: -  Opacity - 20 pet. or better for  90 pet. of operatirig time; 40  pet. or better for 10 pet. of  operating time. Total  Combustible Dustfall less  than 1.75 mg per (dm2.d)  . The type of treatment to be  applied to the contaminants) is as follows:  Air curtain entrainment  plus mesh screening.      .���  A,  Encore Boutique, 2445 Marine  Dr., W, Vancouver, 922-2020.  Tues-Sat, 10-5, closed Mon.  4141-tf.  Voltage:conversior^from^l2--.:I!.^;^es^^,^^  12.4 kV to 14.4"-25kV for ap-     ^.^�� ^!^V^W  ;*'i  EXERCISE  100"  BIKE;   oil fur-  gal.  6iT"tank:  Mobile Homes  POWELL RIVER  nace;  wheelbarrow;  lawnmower  Treel type. Ph. 886-7547. 4291-22  LEWYT VACUUM Cleaner.  ,Ph.885-3680.   , 4290-22.  GURNEY OIL range w-fuel  tanks and stand, $75, Ph.  883-9161. ,     4323-221   DE WALT 16't, radial arm  saw, 5 HP, electric. $350.  886-9316. '    4374-23  HteLP WANTED for' Sechelt*  Tourist and Information  Centre, Apply to Sechelt &  District  Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 360, Sechelt,  ������ 4395-22  -NEEDED: Experienced  /.'WheoJ alignment and  radiator repair pooplo, Excellent wages and, opportunity. Ph. 403-607-6102.  .Yukon vTlroXentro .Ltd. .107,.  Industrial  Rd���  Whitehorse.  Yukon, Y142T7. 4403-22  AD PRODUCTIONS you aro  I4.4-ZOKV tor ap  grox. 20 pole line miles along  [ighW'ay-101   to  Gibsons  Substation, Gibsons.  Reference No. Q84375  ~Closing;Daterl0-Majrl978���  Overhead circuit 12.52 Sechelt  - Voltage conversion from 7.2-  12.4 kV to 14.4-25 kV along  Highway 101 for approx. 20  -. pole line miles.  Reference No. Q8^76  Closing Date: 10 May 1978  ���Sealed tenders clearly  marked as above-referenced  wjll be received In Rooift 1028*  B.C. Hydro and Power  Authority Building, ��� 970  .Burrard St., Vancouver, B.C.   UU0Q,^M.i9.Ctti  that a  copy  of this ap-���  Elication has been received'  y the Regional District of  Sunshine Coast.    ^ ,  A.G. Pressley  HOUSEBOAT Gibsons wharf.  32x18,��� many' extras, must  soil. Offers, Van. 733-4605.  4439-24  A FRAME 1200 sq.' ft, off  water. Gnrdcn Bay. Stone  'Heatilator flroplaco. Fully,  furnished, Dominion leaso  land, $10,500. 908-1433 or 883-  9040, 4447-24.  '72' -, 2 bdrm .mobile l��Jtoc.4'GIMSS;patio;:,,dpQr:.Wr2.,8ide,..,p  Fully,   furnished,    crirjiet      Windows/6' x 6' x 9r: new   time, 10,May 1970,           ��������--���   ' firescreen; :'gf den' basin "      " ' " '    '"  8. This application, dated on  the 29th day of March, 1978  was posted on the ground In,  accordance with the  Pollution 'Control'  Regulations.    ,  F'.H. Mllllgan  "The copy of the complete  application Is available for  inspection by anypnc between  the hours of 8:00,.ft.m; and 4:00  p.m, at the Regional District  Offico.'V'���',   '     ������,,'*  4442-pub.spt April 26,1978  Mortgages  f ,       , 1.  60'  M  producing quality work, then  wo want you I Call 112-409.3455  Kootonuy Advortlsor,  Cranbrook, B.C. V1C4H0. ,, ,.   4404-22   ;" ' f'"i'�� '���������-���''.ivtpii.-.ppj.v^-;, :.������,.,.: :,. ,  Wanted ta Rent .  Family would iiko^to rent*  WF homo or cottogo for'.  July. Rof's. avail. 731-0781.  , ,   4331-23  For Rent  MORTGAGE LOANS  promptly "afrHh^tid  lywhere In B.C  and references on request,  J.D. Phillips .Capital Cor-'  poratlon, 10673, King George  Highway, Surrey. B.C V3T  2X8rPhono 588^411 days, ttr  505-1003 evonlnga. 430Hfn  ���, . : >��� ;  Business Opporfunlty  GRAVEL HAUL operation  Incl, 4 Kcnworth tractors,  ono'dump, ono scale, ono 900  londor and spare parts,  Uconsed   going   colicorh,  .throughout, jiorch, fenced,  utility shed. Set up In trailer  park'in Westvlew. Avail.,  immed. $0,500. FP. Exc, cond.  ,; PHONE 487-9150  after 4 p.m.  4700-2^  ���70 BERKSHIRE 12 x 08' 3  b<lrm, fridge & stove, utility  shod. 880-7737. .4341-23  08x 12' NEONEX, all fur-  "n nlshlngs & appllancos.  $10,000.083-9604 or 003-2030,  /���    4432-24  0x35 MJI. at Porpolsci'.Bay..  campsite, $1000. 005-4740  (Van.)   ,       ' , 4445-24  Boats and Engines  HIGGS MARINE  v ��� SURVEYS LTD.  Insuranco claims, Condition &  ��� valuation surveys, Sorvlntf tho  Sunshlno Coast &.H.C. coastal  waters. Ph, 805-0425, 005-9747,  805-3043,000?II540,       3400-tfn  ;:***;  ��*,  Name   Addren  KOU ltENTf Wilson Creole-  .. Coromunlty.., Hnll, Contact  Bonnlo Wlgfti'd at 805,0403.  ���   ,3091-tfn  contracts.ponding. Ph...(403),,.;��VERYTWBLL.BUILT 30 ft  000-5884.  4409-20      dlosol cruiflor; 005-9080.4421-  .22  x  reitel Cod*,.  ���V'<  -**m rf��>\ "*ifl;  .,..,._,,!,.������.,���.,.���.���.,.....�����,.. ,,,.*., ��� ��'��. 'iy. -.',  '  \'     '",���".      '    '    '  ' ���"'������' *'l  m^m���mmrrm.,���m.mm*mmrmi^  ��� \     1    ���;,. 1   ������  ���   .     It    ' p',|   ���   ,'������������  ���,   ���' ' ' ���..,���"' ���',   '���������'   ^Hfr. ���  m ' ' ,. ' . , ' I  <m       .     ; ,   1" . " ��� , \  0.7 PCT, Dotior- Mlloago; 45  pet. tosh onglno woor I For a   , chance to handle this plus  rooms.^^ WeeWy��or ,:n*ontnly1'���,'^,'itticift��ii')fitfljf-^ta"Vg'i��itcp  12" 'SPfiSTOQAT fiberglass  ovor wood, good cpndt steal  jtJ22B|#MUio��E-Z^M)tta��1boat  w-  'taps; 30 gal, oleci HW tank,  white; 24r' whlto elep stovo;  all above Itoins in 1st class  cond. 883-2231.' 4340-23  BOAT TRAILER up to 19'; 300  gal,  gas tank  w-hoso &  stand, OtoflO, '     '    4363-23  3 VACUUM,CLEANEltS - 1  Viking upright $20; 1  Eureka $25 f 1 Hoover $20/TV-'  radio-record player console  (record player not working)  $50; Portable Admiral TV g(i  working cond, $25.080-9359;  ,     4349-23  FULL LINE refrigeration  . kcqsos for food store. 34 ft,  freezer, 8 ft. Island Freezer,  28 ft. Produce, 24 ft. 3 deck  Dairy, v 20 ft. Mont. Can  Arrange Delivery, IGA, Box  000, High Iav'oI, Alta. TOHIZO,,  ! 4410-22  \ , . : ���_  SMALL    COMFORTABLE  modern trailer Installed In  Sundance    Trallor    Pak.,  Socholt,    Avail,    Immed.  ���8ult��hle���ior .slnglo, person,,  pensioner or womnn with  small child. PP $8,000 plus  ninthly pad routul. E^iuy  terms to HiilUiblo purchaser,  Ph.805-2792, 4422-22  Details may be obtained from  the office of :iWe 'PuMrftslng  Agent, 10th Floor, 9/0 Burrard  Street. Vancouver,. B.C, yoz  1Y3. Telephone 003-2577 and  003-2500, ,���      '.'���. '  4401-spt pub. Apr. 25,1970  Fltnosalafun,  Try somo, , .  paiyiapacrioii  V,  jnrnmmmmmiSi  enieMMiiiiiiMHMHiiMMMMMMiinifiniaHMv ]    NliIHiD-.WlWOnilHW.u'lA,,,  410IK    Prnrnntlnii Dent  4575.Mnrkmi       -~t ~.. ������������ ,-r������ '�����������--  VA,yrA,^  Mtw^^mtmimi\yrri^Ai^^  ������--.-'   clothes,   nil   sl7,os, from  HALFMOON BAY Small  ,;,, furnished qottngo. $100; Ph,  0115-2700.       ;, 4410-24  ' J for Qoltk Rwiullt'X  Ui��Tlm��iAill>rUI��l  custom , mi\de, trullor.-plun  :;mue|ir)(ioro. $lll)flO,080-0904.' .  ��� 4443-11  iu(],      mt      niiTfUti . ',  ���m ^-vhmmwo ���"rthiiour.- \fnii*t,.Tt -"���  w ���'BtriVo, riii'fiWuro and househoki .-  goods. Sat., -Apr; 20, 10 A.m..  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Wood  boilers, ,wood   8,   Wood/Oil  ���lurtwc����," p|p��,'AccoiRorlos ft'  ilttluan.,,,..:,.... .,.,;.,.,..^���.-  110  Nl   Avo., '  North  Voncouvor ,'  Getaway  Only Authorized  Airline Ticket Agent  ���- onihe;:   Sunshine Coast  THIS WEEK'S  SPECIALSi   "l  A comploto Travol Sorvlco ask  abouti   ,  * Around tho world In 00 dayi  Air Faro $999 U.S.  * Club lfl/36 Hawaii  * California Air 0u�� Holiday;  11 'dayi fl��u�� dbwii ��� Ily l>nck|  * N��w  Canadian  Chartor,��,;.  r , Night Hawk Farm  * Coaital   CruUwi  couvor/Calllornla ���  >'  Van-  ^,^.���.nmwm: ���_,  MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY  ,;;    9!00TOSi0Q,   :"T  7 ���Ci;oS��!D SATURDAYS   "'  ,131R COWRIE ST��� SECHELT;  *������'���<     WSffltt '���'.'..  ..  "*.  ",*i'.i',+j,.\  m (MMTB^-t1  M��fcaiW*i��**%iW36f* t^vn-W-i *#*iW*41i** W*��t>*~e'��* ttWISWn"!*^* '  i�� 'M���*��(*w1.���mr[��^*"'<^^*'**'���*'^,  "    IP'S   ' 1 **'  v:  j^;.,1  iirfv^iol \ * <KSfmflll^��m^<ilia^'n'  ^^^mii^^iitmm^i  f*t tfrntMrnumtrnm^m^i^w^mp^m^^ % fmrttWrimW1*!  imtrtftrth^tM^M'-^'^U^ -jfc,��7��-  "y^AAAXX.-  -���_3._i ___ X.-..lfiL^;^.  .Wwafijfcwi  Wednesday, April 26,1978  The Peninsula Times  ���'/,.���*���:  r.p ���-.;������ ;;'���;���:'��� ,;.|  '" -  '''.'���'-iv: p"',':: ���  -.       -fll.��� .���  .-,_��_.-  .  ���<5tltUI;p\l>?iitVl'*J  "- "   ���������;-���  w-.; "'.^u.;.'^^]  v  TOIL FREE FROM;  VAr^ouvEii: ;  -689-7623H  :Momb^r^^Multipl^lst^  HOMES  -&.;.,;���.;.:.;  OTt programs  MUST BE SOLD - CARPENTER'S SPECIAL  - 3 bdrm, full basement. One acre lot.  Asking-$40,000. Make an offer.  NEAR- MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 SR home,  fireplace, surideck. 3/4 acre lot on Hwy'  101. $37,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 68' well  kept mobile home, landscaped lot,  sundeck, toolshed. $31,000.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� 3  BR view home, full "basement, built  1975, Close to marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� Large 4 BR  family home. Recently remodelled.  Large lot. Close to stores.& marinas.  $46,000. '   '  "MADEIRA PARK,��� nice 2 BR home with  fireplace, full basement. Clo^e to  stores etc. $45,000.  Othe^ assistance through . topography,  the Department of Housing,   Municipal.Incentive Grant-  -  Province .oiBritish Columbia,       Encourages municipalities'  includes:-; 7������--~-sto~: promote��� housing.7rcoiw:  Y-<-  I  ���m*   >  .��  ��  " t'o^ope^flVe         >, Assistance  Aid provided through interim financing  and High-  Impact Grants for non-profit  housing co-operatives.  Land Servicing Program   -  ~ SluJTtrtefm-financing for  municipalities servicing land  for "housing throughout B.C. ,  ���Mostly~foE~��sse^,aLjy,ater,  sanitary     sewerr~~storm���  drainage or others on both  private,and public lands.,,,...  '   Replotting^ Assistance  Program . ~~"~   Enabling incorporated-  municipalities to]7elhninate  unwanted legal and road.,  patterns if their existing grid  patterns are unsuitable, Helps  " minicipalities to introduce' -  community plans *fhore in  keeping With local neediTand  New home buyer  protection plans  British Columbia, Ontario  Quebec, Saskatchewan, Nova  Scotia,^ New Brunswick and  Prince Edward Island; are  committed in principle to a,  buyer protection plan' which  will give new-home buyers a  one-year warranty on  builder-caused defects plus  optional insurance against  ^major-stcuctural-jdefects for  an additional four years.'.The.  plan wlllfalso protect buj^rs  from builders lacking: In  necessary technical skills  and those who end up in  bankruptcy. For information  about the plan, contact any  local office of HUDAC  (Housing and Urban  Development Association of  Canada) or write HUDAC,.3��  King Street East, Toronto.  Housing struction on already serviced  land with grants totalling  $1,500 per eligible unit to be  made available to designated  municipal governments.  These grants are made up of  $l,MKKfj}oin CMHC and an  bourhoods worth saving and  improvement of social and  recreational facilities. .  Remote ;AreirHoastag~T_i; I  The federal and provincial  governments share on a 75-25  basis the construction costs of  new homes inli&nf8te areas  which are made available to  low and moderate income  families in communities with  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 6R split level on  5+ acres ���view over Paq Lakes-Fruity  -trees, garden. $77,500. .  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� New 3 BR  _cedar^home,_ensuite,-2-T6Q=-s_qI_ft._of_  living area on large view lot. $69,500.  -additionat$5GOurant from the���a~population  of  less-tl  province;  Neighbourhood Improvement  Program  __Works  witii  the  federal  progfam^-With costs shared  between   three, levels   of  gfiyernment'��� federal, 50 per  cent; provincial 2& per cent  and~muriicipar25 per cent.  Funds are supplied to upgrade  older ~- residential   neigh-  2,500.  Crown Land Inventory  This is a special project of *  the Ministry of Housing being  carried out to compile an  inventory land suitable for  housing purposes.. This in-,  formation was mapped and  reports bitten to achieve a  community profile for - each  B.C. Municipality. 4  Pender HarixHir Realty Ltd.  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  FRANas^PENiNsut^-^-sssr^^^  choice harbour "view... $13;500. ���1~- ������������  GARDEN BAY ��� .One bedroom house dn a large  view lot close to Gov't wharf. A good buy at $30,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� Deluxe Gotjtlc Arch .2 bedroom  cedar horns with basement and sundeck. This Dellar Road  beauty has one of the best water views possible .,. $49,900.  WATERFRONT LOT ��� Deep and protected nioorago ,  'In Egmont,vHas trailer  pad,  sebtlcs,  water  and  power...  $35,000. .  ONE'ACRE LOTS��� On Francis Peninsula. Privacy       '  plus ..value in this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't  delay... $15,000 each.  20 ACRES������Mostly~leveHand-on~HI0hway-101 r~  across ,f/d(n Sunset Cove.' Beach dccess, nicely trood, driveway  In. Hero Is a fine Investment at $44,500i  tWARNOCK ROAD ��� cozy 2 BR  Panabode, fireplace, full basement. On  large level lot. $36,000.  GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� Well built 670 ��.  sq. ft. home, furnished, large treed lot,  close to lake. $36,900.  KLEINDALE =~atlplex (one 3 BR and  one 2 BR) on 2.2 acres, close to  Secondary School. $85,000. '  MADEIRA" PARK ��� interesting 4  BR  view Home, architect-designed,  if  rpajor appliances. $77,000.  EARLS COVE  ���  Skyline    Mobile  furnished   12'x44'  home on���semi--  waterfront view lot���$25,000.-  BARGAIN HARBOUR���2 BR home with  view,, built 197T, f[replace, dbl.  garage, garden area. $44,500.  GULFVIEW ROAD-��� Madeira   Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3  joppliances, fireplace. $95,000.  NARROWS ROAD ���3 BR rancher���Jjuilt  1976, carpprt & sundeck. "Close to  Madeira Park. Reduced to $36,900.  MADEIRA PARK ��� Vacant store bldg.  with adjoining living quarters > on  Madeira Park Rd. $52,000.  NORTH LAKE ��� 2 BR home,  needs  some finishing, lake view, road access. _.  Prov. lease lot. $21,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3  BR cedar home, built 1975. View and  -many-extras���$ 105,000.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  ACREAGE  LQTS  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  ACREAGE  I.MADEIRA  PARK  ���  serviced   lots.  $8.00O-$22,060.  2.   FRANCIS  PENINSULA  lots. $9,000-$!3,500.  serviced  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 close to Madeira Park!  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope, Asking.$35,000,  ,��� ,.,' . ' 't"'1' M,' 1^    ".   ' ���   FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Extra large (650' deep)  building lot with 72' frontage on McKlintoch Road ... $9,500.  PHONE 883-2794  JOHN 0REEN JOCKHERMOW  863-9978 INSURANCE 883-2745  1. IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2.87 acre view  lot, level. $35,000.  ?.\ KLEINDALE ��� 20��. acres,  fairly  level, hqlf cleared. $38,000.  3. MIDDLEPOINT ~ 18.9 acres, 2 BR  cottage, creek. $40,000.     t"    '  ^7KUEIND"A[E^^5^EacFeFon'H wyTl 01~  $21,000.    . .''  5. NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acres,  2150' * ft. on Hwy. 101. $44,000.  6. KLEINDALE  ~  23.7  acres, .some  merchantable timber. Lots of Iroes for.  building a log houso. $50,000.   . .  7. NEAR RUBY LAKE ��� 7�� acres or.  Hwy 101. $25,000.    ,      ���      "  ' , ' '��������� t i*"  3. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots.  $12,900-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot oh Porpoise Drive, $10,500.  5. PENbER LAKE PROPERTIES ���npw 81  lot subdivision off-Sinclair Bay Road,  Serviced lots, most with view, three  with, lakefront. Priced from$)0,000Jo_  ~$37;raor~T-~ ~~  6. LANGDALE CHINES'  Rd. Treed. $13,500.  . Lot 35, Grady  NARROWS INLET ��� treed waterfront  acreages, secluded-low bank. 5 acres  to 14 acres priced from $24,500 to  $39,500. : '������..;.,..  ' ST. VINCENT, BAY  ���1,-5,48-acros���375��-ft7~waterfront-S-  small creek.,$35,000.  2,   5.23   acres,1  400��   ft\, low   bank  ' waterfront. SW exposure. $33,000.  ' NELSON ISLAND ��� 40 acres, 1500? on'  Westmere Bdy, 225j��.' on West Lake. 3.,  BR,home, 2 cottages, road, to, lake,  'floats. $160,900.  '���',.���:,'  sheltered waterfronT adjoining ferry  terminal. $125,000.  7,   BARGAIN  HARBOUR  -   1.5  acros,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  B. DAVIS B*AY ��� Troed view lot on  Groor R'odd. $16,500,  LOTS  ,���������-.��.,  PENDER HARBOUR  NEW SUBDIVISION ON FRANCIS PENINSULA  0 Down ��� Como In and mako your own doal.  I  Olli Sladey |  I HIAUY UP. ^  Madolra Park, B.C.  883-i2233 or  Toll froo From  Vancouvar  689-7623  "���wr ���;f  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft. W/F In, Ponder Harbour, 1,8  acros, deep,moorago, $50,000.  2. 83^ft, W7F ad|olhlng abovo. 1,22 t  1::   ^^AXVlJRXirmrilk*  RUBY LAKE ��� 3 BR partially lurnlshod  cottago,. 96 ft lakolront In qulot covo,  float. $49,ooor *���.-��rr���  RUBY LAKE ��� 400��. It lakofrantago,  3��, trood acres, road accoss, $49i300,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 2 lease lots, oach  with a sma,|| cottage and float, $22,000  ancj $23,000. " .  SAKINAVy LAKE ��� ISOfrft. low bank  lakolront, small cabin In'Ruggles Bay.  $24,000.   .,  ���fth-   .SAKmAW :.i.ai<;.p���..,.= lw<>.��, j.\..  lakolront, 24^, acros, 4 BR furnlsnod  panabode, float, $105,000,  RtlBY LAKE ��� 5�� trood acres closo to  public lako access. $19,800,  CARTERS LANDING ��� Sakinaw Lako -  24,8 t acros, 1350 $ ft, lakefront, road  access, house, crook. $135,000.   ���  RUbY LAKE ��� 95i; acros-oxcollont  land  with   400;fc   ft   lakofront   and  1'-86002; ft on lagoon. $10'0,000.  .,���,SAKINAW^AKe^ll6^c'r��i,,,750��.lt,,  lakofront. Water accoss. $36,000,    ���  t  .   RUBYlAKE~-Lot4. 117-fc It lakolront,,  road accost, $17,600,  D.L. 3250 - botwoon Sakinaw & Ruby 1  Lakes. 1500 % It, on Sakinaw Lako,  crook. Hallowed Rd. ends at proporty.  '   $115,000.  mb*  GERRANSBAY ' " ;  i. 100Jt ft. W/F; driveway In, serviced,  $28,000.  2.'Ad|olnlng W/F lots, 71' 8.77',  $3Q,000oach.            3. 78 ft, W/F lot, septic tank Strain  field In & approved, driveway In, bldg.  slto In. Southerly exposure. $39,500,  4. 70+ft,low bank sholtorod WF lot,  --HrlyWlHreod, $38,000 ,! .' ^Bargain Harbour. $21,500.  GARDEN BAY  . .      -   .       1.2 aero WF lot, trood, driveway In,  "bldg sltos cloarod,  soptlc, approvod.  $50,000.  acros* $36,500.  3.  70'  bluff   watorfront,   view   ovor  Bargain Harbour, $21,500.  A.  70'  bluff   watorfront,   vlow   over  , !l��j^t��': ISLAND ��� 3 BR tumlshod  Panabode, Hoat. Wator B, hydro  $165,000.  SUTTON, IsfXfID ��� EGMONT ~ 1.7'  acros, troed, boach, sholtorod covo,'  $35,000,  l��44��  Jm.i   z"Ay*lfyjl*'   *'"*'��� '  "ft?|,,v'>  ���&',��  *"    ������ ��    t**-*^,*^ ^"* "    '**.*    "     1 v/i Mm\f% QN *********** tmm      #(**���,,, mm>,m\mmmmmmlm*mm ltff tiMM fiimw*'  j W.U,F���.T ���..c^                _____      ssfaPiSW    t --mm.  CHURCHILL BAY ~ 2 BR ho?nTon 90��,!       EOMONT   ~   4   BR   home,   r.,,.M,  ft waterfronV Clams * oyifori on the       bas��meif>sundeck,   on   3,3   acros,  ���bf &<Jbu JWLQQQ w��������-����^.��-^��^������--^.-,2I0��,. 11.. tho le*. v^ot*dr����R��*,*9JW>Wk-  OERRANS BAY ��� 2  BR homo,     baiomont  on   133��. fl,  watorlront,  m.^,..(,.. ww^^��^..M**w^^,��w�����w��FW^���.���^.--p.,.^~ .. ^,,^mn^^^mn..^^^.m,WVmrmrmm^  -���    -    ^WWT9^P'-'.W^TV��nnr^|Pf.V%'W��'"^Wr-'4f^rM^,WW^  *<���HN1%TJAY ^^^^^ ���     0E8MNS8AY^Iare*aflR0Khlt��ct .  logos & float. 5 acros, 155 II wOfar-      70i: fl watorlront lot with southerly    0    .doslgned hamo on 130 ft waterlront ���  exposure, float, $117,000,  front. $115,000  GERRANS BAY ��� 200+ ft W/F, Z��  acros, 2BR homo with llroploco, partial  basement 2 BR cQtta8��.dock & float.  $150,000^  HOSPITAL BAY -- 2'BR homo oh 50 ��l  ll, boach lot. $73,000.  PAW WILE1?y Res, 883-9149 *r^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    ^  ill:  J.i-,y ...i  ...  .."Mi. .!.<).  H'0'Jl,>i,..J .:������..'...f '  %.Jr  m  (p"��~��f--"ip'*p-  f��*t*i#mmtet?&iimi*^^  f,  l\  ��,^s.A"  Hw^<imtowrt&��&>i**m*>to9tfii'i  " s;  '"  y      ��� t y*::  J3Z~L  -.^f^-.  %te. j  33SSeEBzeanada-s-Safetyjtear-  \-  JPage B-4:.The Peninsula THmgs^,  Wednesday, .April 26.  \  Feder^progratns  Remember the salety rule that is soLhar<no"Eearr~  -Look-I^M-then-look right-before-crossing-the-streetr  Home purchase assistance  This program makes funds  available to buyers of new or  older homes, provided the cost-  of the homels within specified,  price limits. The assistance  can be in the form of a $1,000  grant on new homes or a $5,000"  second mortgage loan on new'  . or older homes. To be eligible  the house had to be bought on  or after June 30, 1976. The  previous  Home   Acquisition  Act   was   in   effect   until  Senior Gtizens-  hoiising  November 30,1976.  The . $1,000 grant is  available only for the purchase of a new home, i.e.  where the applicants the first  occupant of the house. If  anyone has occupied any part  of the house, it cannot qualify  as a new home.  The second mortgage loan  is available for the purchase  of a new or older home that is  a��single family dwelling, or a  property that is subdivided  . WecLthe StrateTitles-Act,-'or.  National Housing Act  Since 1954 when the present  ....National  Housing  Act was  ���   introduced, "over 1,000,000  Insured Mortgage Loans have  been granted for the purchase <  - of  newly built- or  existing  homes. These loans, which are  ' probably the most familiar  ��� housing help" to thoselh the~  real estate profession, allows .  borrowers up to 95 per c$nt of  the value of the home, which  ��� can-be-repayed in^up to 35 orv  even 40 years.  ��� Approved Lender-Loans   These are NHA loans  ���provMe(L3y_^rivate_com-  ���pante^~stfeh~as~~chaTtered7"*  banks, life insurance companies and trust and loan  companies authorized by the  federal government to lend  under the terms of the Act. A  list of lenders is always  available from the nearest  CMHC office.  Direct Loans   ,  Direct loans from CMHC  are available only in those  areas not normally serviced  by approved lenders.  Loans for New Homes  At the present time,- insured "loans may be made to  the owners of new homes for-  up to 95 per cent of the first  assistance   is   to   provide  greater opportunity for people  to own and improve their own  ' homes.  it  General Information  .To ensure the housing  supports  is  a   sound  investment, the Act requires      lending  values  a mobile home that is owned"���$47^,000 of lending value plus 75  Under the Elderly Citizens'  Housing Aid Act, the Ministry  provides grants to encourage  non-profit sponsors * such as  service clubs, churches,  ethnic~~and other groups to  build and manage various  types of senior citizen  housing.  The program pro^des:  ��� grants of up to one third of  _capil^^(��tJ&_selfccontairied-  ~home"deveiopme"nts;  ��� grants pf 35 per cent for  bqarding residences and  facilities offering special care  for occupants;  As_of December -31, 1976,  the Ministry was assisting in  the construction of 1,348 senior  citizen units, of which 1,085  were under the Act described  above. There.were 1,414 starts-  in.1976 (1,286 under the Act)  and 2,491 completions (1,017  under the Act). -  by the applicant, and is af-  - fixed to the^applicant^s-land.  The mobile home may - be  located in-a mobile- park.  The < cost of the mobile  home "must still fall within the  designated price limits. In this'  case, "cost" is determined by  .totalling the following;  i) The cost of thfe land  ii) The purchase price of the ���  mobile home less the cost of  furniture and appliances,  -iii)���The���cost���of���any���im-���are-also  per cent of the balance up to a  maximum established���by  CMHC on a local and regional  basis. (In all cases the lending  .value is established by CMHC  aqd may vary from the actual  market price.) Changes in  figures are always available  at the nearest CMHC office:  Loans for Existing Housing  Loans to aid in. the purchase or purcase and improvement of existing houses  made���under-NHA  ofs properties,  prescribe construction  standards and perform  compliance inspections  during construction. Stan-  (lards are "developed -by���a  Committee of representatives  from CMHC, government and  private industry and the  requTremeiils-^re-set-xiutJn^  "Residential Standards" c  which forms a part of the  National Building Code. Inspection is carried out at least *  three times at fixed stages  during construction.  ^ Mortgage repayment is >  amortized for the life of the  ldan,   arranged   in   equal"  monthly istalments. which  include payment of interest:  and principal and an amount  equal to one-twelfth of the  estimated annual municipal  taxes. As a general rule the  total annual payment  on  principal,-interest-and taxes  should not exceed 30 per cent _  of the annual income of the "  borrower, including a portion ,  or aOofthe spouses's income.  The applicant must provide at  least 5 per cent of the lending  valued towards the purchase  from his own resources whiclk  may be in the form of cash,  land or laborer a. combination  of these.  REALTY LTD  SECHELT   VILLAGE:   Looking   for"'  .value? One year- old 3 bdrm home.  The painting is all done,- completely  fenced and there is good garden soil.   Attractive fireplace.-Asklng $45,000.     ~  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver   Toll   Free:   684-8016  -ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive home "on almost- 2 acres  level Hiway frontage, easy' access.  Good large-shop with HD wirlrig for  " bench tools. Home completely  remodelled. , Shake   roof,    rancher  - alum.l siding^^Several   outbldgs.  Secluded   landscaped   property.- FP.  .$69,500.  EGMONT WATERFRONT: excellent  Un vestment opportunity. Approx 560'.  of .waterfront With 5 acres and'a "4"  year old double wide home. FP  $95,0'00 with 1/2 down. All offers'  and trades will be considered.'"  SECHELT: New 2 bdrm. Walk to the  shops.  Loads of "cabinets  in   large  _kitchen.-Good "diningrarea.   Large  ^utilityjajidJaundry -room.-Level lot.  Drive in carport. $43,500.  WATERFRONT' HOME:, Looat^ 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'place, nice dng  area in kit,, plus sep. dng rm facing  view-of-Merry. Island _pnd_Welcome  Pass. Lge 80x360'"treed property~w-~  worjtshop^j^boye grd bsmt .with  wood and coal stove for canning or  guests. Good value at $79,500 FP.  provements to the land.  The mobile home must be  subject- to assessment for  property tax purposes. - -  If there is a chattel mortgage or conditional sales  contract registered against  the mobile home, the second  mortgage cannot exceed the.  difference between the value  of the- mobile home itself -  (Without value of land and  cost of-affixing)"and'the  amount registered against it..  regulations. For a. single unit,  95 per cent of the first $47,000  of lending value, plus 75 per ^  cent of the" balance up "to "a ~  "maximum establisfiecTby the  corporation on a local and -  regional   basis   may - be  borrowed. Comparable loans  are. available for a duplex or-  both units of a semi-detached  dwelling, f of the improvement^  of. a property 'already1 owqed  or for refinancing a property/  The principal purpose of'thb^  (SELMA PARK" VIEW HOME ��� 3  bedro6m home nicely-decorated. Red  carpets, circular brick fireplace,'lots  of kitchen cupboards and counter  space, - master bedrooms has enste.  Basement'is finished and has. en^  trance to the garage..FP'$64,500  SECHELT VILLAGE: This home is  very good value, 3 bdrms and lge  ufi.lity room, teak cabinets  throughout kitchen and enste.  Wall to wall carpets. View lot.'  Priced at $38,900.  11^*1 Pral^aii'  .NEW BUNGALOW,AT REDROOFFS:  1150 sq ft 3 bdrm home on level,  beautifully treed 1.28 acres. Close to  boat launch S excelyr-round fishing.  W/W carpet-- throughout. Bright,  sunny kitchen, kirch cab'ts & util off.  Vanity bath. Matching attached  c'port w-lge storage'rm. FP $49,500.  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.  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT:  .quality built 2 bdrm full bsmt  contemporary 'designed home,  Shown only by appointment. Try'  your offer to $79,500.   -  GIBSONS:  Attractive two bedroom   home with part basement on ���. large"  sewered lot 98 x 148'. Magnificent  view property. Cozy living room with  brick fireplace and wall-to-wall.  Modern kitchen with wall-to-wall,  new*,,eobtfieFs"and view windows_in!  - eating ar^a. Smart vanity, bathroom.  Auto oil heating. Excellent buy at FP  $36,500. ^  b n s m  nil  IEBI  [1H1I  llll  llll  pitch in  885-3271  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0  We're the Neighborhood Professionals:  MADEIRA PARK  22 acre working ranch all fenced and cross  fenced, Good large barn. Good pasture and  some fruit, trees. All year round wafer supply.  And for tho lady of the house It has a modern 2  bedroom home. Has facilities for horse ond,  "strew and rodoos, "Call Larry Roardon, 885.  9320,  fi...  GIBSONS  STARTERHQME V $19,900  As the price indlcatos, this Is tho'Ideal,starter or retirement  homo for the handyman. Located lo the lower GJbsonsarea, on q  "good-sTzo'd lotT Closilo'all'amenTflo?, TKowlHiig appears ,K>, to  now, and thoro "Is a new .furnaco and ducts Installed. Larry  Roardon, 885-9320,     . ^ , ,  ONE ACRE LOT [Multl-Zonod] $55,000  In an oxcollont location, xonod for 1,8 apartments, 12  townhousoifof dUplOx, Closo to all amonltlos and on sowor;  Larry Roardon, 885-9320.     ... '���'..',,.���  SARGEANTSROAD   , ' $15,900  Magnlflcont ocoan vlow 161, fully serviced, on sowor, 65' x 110'.  ;Closo to all amqnltlos, Bulldor's torms avallablo. Larry Roardon,  805-932(1,  PhATT AND FAIRVIEW /     $33,000  Small oldor typo homo with carport and nlcoly landscapod and  ,,..fonwlM��p��rlyJ.blra  tho asking prlco,, Ed Bakor, 085-2641,  MULTI-DWELLING tOT  , $70,000  Locatod on cornor Highway 101 and School Road Is, this 1,3 aero  building lot, Sltuatod closo to all amonltlos and.on sowor, Larry-  Roardon,'005-9350, .    ,  ROBERTS CREEK  SPACIOUS DUPLEX $49,800  Locatod on Highway 101 noar Flumo Road, 3 largo bodrooms por  siilio, Sltuatod on approxlmatoly I aero, An invoMmont worth  your consideration. Ed Bakor, 005-2641,  '*-ACREAOE.INVESTMENr;*""*"^^  2,14 acros at Joo and Lowor Roberts Crook Road wllh ovor 700'  on tho Lowor Road, Could bo 4 lots ��� tofrlflc potontlal for tho  Investor. Chuck Dowman, 085-9374,  WILSON CRfcEK     )  HALF ACRE AND STUDIO        ' ,        * > f 40,900  , Horo Is a homo that foaturos four bodroom* and a Toxas-sUo  kltchon. Idoal proporly for tho homomakor, Groat organic  gardon and lots of room lor chicken* otc, Studio over a daddy  workshop, wllh full collar facllltlos,  ."" DAVIS BAY   , HAVIESROAD M����l��  ����i $53,800  Immaculnto 2 bodroom homo (mstr bodroom has dressing  room), In a nlco aroa, Idoal starter or rollromont, with largo  workshop with wood hoatorand plcluro window overlooking  ocoan, TliPro aro lots ol frull .tfpos and gardon spaco, Oilers  Chuck Dowman, 005-9374,  OCEAN VIEW SILMA PARK 'r     $17,500  Good, solid oldor typo lamlly homo In good repair wi|h unln- ���  torruplod vlow of tho ocean. II has 3 bodrooms, the'I bring room  ��� has wall to wall carpet,-and there Is a large kitchen Wpd/��lnln0  aroa. Ed Oakor, 005-2641,  ��    SECHELT  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT* $15,500 & $8,500  At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ watorfront lot,.close fo road  and ad|olnlng.with ao.oxcollent,vl��wJot..that.lies,next to BJ.  Road, Larry Roardon, 885-9320. , ,  ACREAGE $27,000  Thoro Is a choice of two oxcollont bullqlng sltos on 2,37 acros in  Wosf Porpolso Bay. It has an all yoar-str'oam flowing through this  lovely wooded lot and thoro Is 320' of road frontago, Chuck  bowman, 885-9374.   . '   ���    '     '      " . ''.'���,.,  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  WELCOMEW0ODS .      $9,500 a $9,750  ' TWO oxtra largo lots, 125'x 200', JLarry Roardon, 885-9320.  COUNTRY BUNGALOW \ $39,900  ,, Six 'mllos. wost of Socholt Isthls l^yoqr bi^Ht homo, Sltuatod on  approx   2/3  aero  lot,  Socludod,   but  within  oasy  roach  of  qmenillos. The vendors price Incl.uddfc stove, fridge, washer,  -afV'or anaTomoTft'7ur'niluro.Tlea8o-1ry7oaroffBTrEd,BaR'dTr  005-2641.  SARGEANTS BAY $16,500  Vlow lot with arbu*u.s and othor small Iroes, slzo 102' x 200',  This Is an oxcollont building slto In an aroa of now homos. Of-  lors. Ed Bakor, 005-2641, '    ���'. ��� ',   ,���'     '  HALF-ACRE LOT , $15,000  Largo trood lot at t|io cornor ol Rodroofls Road and tho road to  "Sorgoants Bay. Sorvlcod with hydro and wator, Larry Roardon,  003-9320.  1.45 ACRES ,.���;.! $14,900  "Thoro "filtfcrttfr'1 and "poWoV"tb'Mhl��'*propbHy"^hlch"1^1h"V��lJb-'''"  dlvUloi) oil Rodroalls Road. Closo to community hall and |u��t a  short drlvtf ta all amonltlos, Ollors Larry; Rqardon, 005-9320,  HALF-ACRfelOT .     , .,    $10,000  Nlcoly trood lot wllh hydro and wator In, Sorvlcod by blacktop  road, Trallor permitted and torms avallablo; Chuck Dowman,  003-937 ���  RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES $11,000  Gonorous tlzod lots 125 x 200', well trood and socludod. Trailers  allowed and' terms avallablo, lots lorvlcod wltH powor "and  wafer. Ed Bakw, 885:2641, ������-������---������'������ -v���������'������>���������������'-;  MADEIRA PARK  SEMI-WATERFRONT "'"''r'' *'   ' $22,500  This proporly Is sltuatod just across Iho Narrows Bridge and  lacing Bargain Harbour, Exco|lont building slto, woll trood with  |us| tho road botwoon you and tho wator, Larry Roprdon, 005-  9320,  3.5 ACRES * ��� .,,'." $22,500  Thoro aro oasy torn)* available lor the purchaser oj this woodod  acroago which hak rock bluff .building ��lt'�� that would provide a  lovoly vlow ovor pasture land, All yeor stroqm, Chuck Dowman,   *Bfl3.937r"r- ^--^"----^^���-^-r-^^r^-r 1-���  DAVIS BAY: Contractor built 3 BR  .home with many extra features. Full  cement btisement, carport and  custom fireplaces. The lot affords  one^of the most spectacular views in  the area. Asking $67,000.  SELMA PARK: A very cozy 3 BR,  recently renovated home within  walking distance to Sechelt  shopping.   Dominion���lease:���FP-  $18,500.  VIEW- HOME, DAVIS BAY: 3  bedrooms, large living room ancLa.  fantasticjandscaping job. Garage-in  part basement. Lot is 60 x 150,  blacktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,SQ0u  DAVIS BAY: modem,2 bdrm full bsmt  home on fully landscaped lot with  excellent westerly- view. Bright,  sunny, space-saving kitchen w-utility  rm off. Attached c'port w-finished  driveway. Kl reduced price of  $52,500.  SELMA VISTA TRAILER PARK:' 1974-  Bendix 12x68' 3 BR mobile home.  Automatic oil heating. & hot water.  Set up, ready to move in. Priced to  sell quickly ��� $10,500.   .   ___  _" SECHELT VILLAGE: Large 3 bdrm  ���home   on   Dolphin   St   across   from  --*��� tennis courts. Home is in top condition, 1/2 bsmt. Yard is* fenced &  landscaped.. Double canopy height  c'port. Family kitchen, an immaculate  home. FP mid $50s.  REDROOFFS ROAD:^^��d8lfghtfu1ly>  designed;2 BR, 2 bathroom home.  Super fireplace in living room and a  Franklin in the rec room. 1200 sq ft  on main floor. Double garage. Many  extras. Asking $64,500.  WATERFRONT I -Approx~50~of- level. -  naturally I'scaped property. A  beautifully built 1000' down and 900''  up. Dream kit* formal dng rm, lge Ivg  [���rm w-wall to wall natural stone fp.  Owners are leaving the area and  have priced this home'accordingly at  $74,995,;;., ���',;.'���".. '..;._.,!;.: ..'.',  SUNSHINE BAY WATERFRONT:  Private float and off-shore_.deep  water mooring buoy. Imaginatively  designed luxury home of over 2500  sq. ft. living area. A ��e,avlew_fronv  every window. All appliances Includod.' 'F'.P. $99,500.  DAVIS BAY: Two bedroom bungalow  on  large,  level   lot   with   westerly  ���vlow._Safe.-swlmml'ng���beach���iustr|  *dcross  the road.  Excellent, fishing  area. Rock flroplacos Tn livihg room.  Idoal holiday of permanent home. FF|  $46,000.  CHARMINCJ FAMILY TWO STOREY  ^BSMLlQ-��a��hel'-S-nfiWfistiesidehtlal  area. Short walk In to the Village.  Home is two stories and 3 bedrooms.  Large lot and double carport. Paved  dead end road. FP $52,250. >  OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE  Main street location, on-site parking. New building. Move in now. Sizes from 350 to"  700 sq. ft. All offices are carpeted and painting will be done. Up to 5 year leases  available with renewal'pptlon.  .Calls. Andorson-Andorson Realty, 885-3211-Homo, B85-2385  We've gpt plenty of homes to ��how you, because the CENTURY 21  organization leads the real estate world in listings and sales! You'll probably  findiust what you're looking^orr^Tidr once you locate a home well help you  find financing and guide y^TfirpugH all phases of your purchase, Qiir  sdi&sfleo^  fjor you, :   ,-��� J"'ry" v -��� :.-v'.��� ! ��� ���     ,  ''..' '. " ','.'"?","'..'";,.',",���,.',:'.  **������  DAVIS BAYVIEW HOME: 860 nq ft 2 bdrmmObllo home with ap-i  pllancos, All wall to wall carpot. Cozy & Inexpensive to heat.  ,; (Concroto drlvovMy and parking slab. Fir Road location. FP $'43,500  '' Terrrisl ��� . '' "7,,'        -\, ''  ���   '       /,-'-'    ���'  "���'' '? .       '��� I; ' ' -I ��� -"' '' : ���  ���  EXTRA LARGE,VIEW LOT: West Socholt. 100 x 150' Trail Island View  ~r lotrFlafft toveirsoCVItad WithiWfer:& powor', An oxcoptlondl lot,  $16,500,  l;>. \  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEK: Over 5 acres,of gontly sloping  ' proporty with southorn exposure. 580.x 380', Yoar-round creek  flows through cornor of property. Excollont buy.at FP $35,000.  NUMBER 19 TSA^C6MJj_^ozyjiofli:���now,79.2,.,sq ft.2���bodrQom.  7' hd'mo^'cloTololli^BiriS^Si^pman Crook. No stairs, oloctrlc haat,  doublo glazing. Government prepaid loaso has 19 yrs to run, FP  $32,000.  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOTi EasV torms ��� 20% down & tho balance ovor  oasy paymonts on this southern exposure viow lot. Excavation and  cloarlng havo boon dono. FP $I3;900.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Closp to 1/2 aero, Lovol building lot, Hydro,  and roglonal wator at road Chock & qomparo, Attractively prlcod at  ,,$9r45o.--^��-.-��'.-^'^---'J^'-*-.~,w-��r'..^-^����J ,^.:...,~,...f::,����....L���-....t  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres moasurjnp 330^ x 660', Will eventually  havo a vlow, Closo to tho arona, Try your olfor to $35,000,   ���.���,��� ,..,*���.. i L���,   SELMA PARK VIEW LOTi Extra large 90 x ,179 lot, co'rnir location,  easy accoss, oxcollont vlow ol Trail Island, FP$ 15,500.  ;?'  REDROOFFS AREA! Largo trood lot 93 x 400' approx, Good gardon  soil, v/ator 8, power, A��klng $12,500, "    '  DAVIS BAYi Laurol Road vlow lot 67,50 x 162'. Ono ol the hottor  ' vlow*.In tho aroa, Asking $16,000,,,   ^- .--���-*        -"-������ 'pi1'1 '" "" ml ' ���       ,J", '-' .'..i-1'   ' irS^Of HOOKi 70 x 145' of unobstructod viow up Socholt inlol,  $2300 down and tako ovor payments of $102 por month at 10  1/2%, FP $7393. . ���  ,, ' A  OIBSONS HOME WITH ACREAGE) Large 3 Ijdrm home on.7 acres  with Chaster Croek bordering I sldo of foncod properly, Home  needs somn repair l��iit ha�� been partially renovated, l,and Is cleared  &Jn grasf, A nlco situation. FP $09,300,  ^���^������_���_���-~- -' '��� - ���' ~"--~������  ��� UPPER ROBERT* CREEKi: 10 acroi ttf land with 3 bdrm ripar now."  ��� homo of opprox 1700 sq ft, and a 4000 sq ft aluminum clad, fully.  Insulated building. Building It all w|redfor 220 power * could havn  many uiai, Controto floor, cloar span. FP $99,500,     , '      i ,  ,;��� WEST,SECHELT WATERFRONT^ Your!own private park with towering��  i     firs & cedars, Home Is unique 1450 sa ft with 12 x 36' wrap-around  open sundock. Basomont with workshop and storage, Garaqo,  Cement stops to water's edge, Asking $125,000, Some terms,  MAIN STREET LOCATION) approximately 50 x 220' lot with business  promlte* and living quarters behind, Excellent location for almost  any type of enterprise, Thli Is an opportunity to become established  In tho vlllago, Lots pf room for expansion, FP $95,000.   ACREAGE: Almolt 7 acres "ot ciedrtd, gontly iloplng land, VIow'oV  ,  ocoan. Zoned for development. Could be trallor park. $46,500,  DAVIS DAYi View lot, 66 x 152', cloarod and roady to build on, Aroa'  , of nlco homes, Aiklno $14,900, ;  U..II.. M i...ii....i .���in..' n Lull...       ���    ��� : i "    ���     ��� ii    '-' -��� ��� ������  ROBERTS CREEKi Troed lot with a year round stream. Asking $7600',  APPROXIMATELY FIVE ACRES) troed, gontlo^southerly slopo. In  agricultural land  reserve,  260', highway  irontago,  Somo  merchantable timber, Handy location, close to Joe Rd, FP $31,000,  .,.��� ��, ������    .. , ���  GIOSONSi 2 lots sldo by side. Buy one or both, Sewered and cloioto  lite boat launching ramp. Terms considered, Asking $12,500 and'  $14,800.       ' < 1        ,  I1 or furllier information on the juboyo contact:   ".''X'X ' ', ''',,'....."����� ,.,..���- ��� - ���    ��'��������� ���*���-      ���������'   p;p'"  Gcor^ TowuhcimI, 805-3345$ Jack Anderson, 885*2053$  ^mm^mm^m0t:immmm,m,mm��^mw*^S '$&wmm*mm*m��**#��*  �� *, ��^���i^w��^a*8i4!-ii*^i**^n^^  'v�� i- f,    '     '  '     ' ' 1  : X'X ���  mmtUm  '-,, ��������   mmm  i,   ,���.'.,.   Wll��B��*��*��Wai4'i)wi!'o��^(��i!f*��i! ��"f��<^B w^w*��r  ,��.���i��p'.-f ������.-��������� ^  ���  *,M���JtI*,h,w��U.*i1'.,H  M.1  'I     " rt p,    u  ',��,. I'i  /it  f-nsof%i*i^m' e*tf��!aft-K  * "     M*"  ' -    ��*  ,   ���.    , ,   ..  *     ,  11       i 'if  '������;  ,*< �����  i't        ''  / ,  V':, ,���  .,���!,, ���������   -pp1 " I-  I      , UTOVM^A  -4l__  : ���'������'���.qc-X-X^'^X  *&  -��m<S <=m��Urau������&.fl  <3r  "^  ^ V  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE ���INSURANCE ���MORTGAGES  MEMBER BROKER  fm/A  tYta  fnvtflk  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE ���INSURANCE ���MORTGAGES  Kansas^  MEMBER BROKER  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  885-3295   (SECHELT)  Van. Direct   68*7931  Box 979, next to Gulf Station. Sechelt VON 3A0  .-_--'  HOMES  MARINE DR. ���GIBSONS    . $42,900  Attractively remodelled three bdrm home  with lovely view over Armour's Beach.  Fireplace, fruit tre"es���"'pretty garden and a  garage. Call Corry Ross. -   40GV  -  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS $39,500  New, 1040 sq ft home with fantastic view  of Sechelt Inlet and Poise Island. Has a  beautiful' kitchen fitted withr custom  cabinets. Fireplace, deck ancTmany other  attractive features. Two bedroom ��� ideal  for young family. Call Ann Ibbitson.    19SV  WEST SECHELT , , $41,900  New house over 1000 sq ft. "Two  bedrooms, teak kitchen-cabinets, colored  fixtures and full basement. Try your DP of  $5000 cash to^irst mortgagefor^quallfied   buyers. Call Ann Ibbitson. 12WS  SELMA PARK  . _ $43,750  The house is ready for interior finishing  while occupying the .suite. Look this'one  - over-with Dor/Lock. Most materials are on  site qflfj included. 37SP.  CORNER LOT HOME $41,500  Two bedroom home on crawl space. Good   .  layout with extra storage  under   large '  sundeck. Nice fireplace, this home needs  'an owner! Please_view with Ann Ibbitson.    36SV  SOMETHING SPECIAL $93,500  Superior three. bdrm executive home  designed with flair and imagination. Well  located on 3 secluded acres and artistically landscaped. Heated 2 car garage  & workshop. Custom designed kitchen  cabinets. A truly lovely home. For appt tc  vie^^lease call Corry Ross. 28RC-  WATERFRONT  SECRET COVE $75,000  Large sunny lot with 2 BR cottage and  float. Nearly 370 feet of waterfront with '  ample deep water area for moorage. Call  Don Lock. 52SC  PENDER HARBOUR $139,000  Superb WF home not yet 2 yrs. old. Deep  water 'moorage right in front of your  picture windows. An excellent investmenf  for the discerning owner- Gall Don Lock fori  details. .. \ 29PH '  WILSON CREEK 1,^��� ',    $31,500  ,A  "cottage   right   on   the   beach.  -Two-  bedroom panabode^ydar "found cottage  .with seppratejjejich house located on  "paid ujTleaselot at Mission Point. Stone  fireplace, partly furnished. DOtails with  Don Lock.   ���        ��   -     ' . 46WC  SELMA PARK $51,500  Conveniently located with cottage to the  beach, waiting for your family to enjoy the t  ' ocean I For details call Ann Ibbitson. 14A1  HOMES  SECHELT VILLAGE        " $30,900  1000 sq ft home located on good corner  lot. This property requires a builder's  touch to bring"it up to its real value*. An'  intej��sting_des[gn_that lends itself' to  innovative change. CalFDon Sutherland  for more info.   ��� 53 SV .  REDROOFFS . $44,500  Sunny 2 bedroom open plan home with  plenty of room in good high basement for -  a third bedroom and rec room. Attached.  corport,     spacious     sundeck^ __Large   83x309+ lot with"keyhole ocean view.  Call Corry Ross. ��� ,     ,'42RD  NEW LOG HOUSE $37,500  'This delightful log house ready to finish to  purchaser's specifications. Built by owner  with'TLC for sale below replacement price.  Hurry for this bargain. Call Don Lock for  details. ��    17RD  OWNER SAYS SELL. $29,000  So come and see this delightful post and  beam 1 bdrm home. This house has a  view,- fireplace, good sundeck and nicely  treed lot. For your sake don't miss calling  on this.   ��� \     21SH .  WATERFRONT  SELMA PARK reduced to ,    $52,500  Owner has reduced price of this attractive  3 bdrm year round home by $3,000 ��� for  quick sale. It's right on the beach, has  A/oil furnace, fireplace, W/W throughout,  dandy kitchen, sundeck and boat ramp.'  Don't delay ��� summer's nearly here I Call  Corry Ross". 47SP  ROBERTS CREEK - NEAR JOE RD.     $66,000 -  108 ft. of view W/F.'This unique property  is Keavily treed for most of its 670 ft. .  Driveway in to a charming old log cabin,  'jdegLfor a_s_um_merj-etreat.JSilugted_on_a_.  point of land which allows for'more than -  180 degree view of the Gulf, A rare opportunity for thediscriminating buyer. Call  Don Sutherland.  ��� 27 RC  ACREAGE  VIEW ACREAGE $28,500  Price Reduced $2,500  Approx 6 acres fronting on Irvines Landing  Rd. overlooking Hotel Lake. Vendor will  cdrry with low down payment. 1 PH  COMMERCIAL  HWY 101 & PARK RD- $105,000  130 tf 720' of prime corner property.  Located near the new shopping centre and  Sedmount Industrial Park. Presently zoned  R4, however it's ripe 'for a planned  commercial project.  /"  1 \  I NORWEST BAY RD oa?$l 0,000  SANDY HOOK Seml-Wf $12,000  REDROOFFS 100x250  .$10,000  DAVIS BAY, FIR ROAD--..��� tt$15,000  PORPOISE BAY 2 lots ",,... ea. $11,500  TRAIL ISLAND WF LOT $13,900  ROBERTS CREEK 81x127 $13,500  ROBERTS CREEK treed lot .. ... $10,500  SANDY HOOK 200' WF $25,900  SECHELT VILLAGE 2+ acres .. ,$20,000  FIELD ROAD 65 x 120' $8,500  FIELD ROAD, 65 x 130' $11.500  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS excellent building  lot, yours for ...- $14,000  ^mm^^"^^mm.^mmiammmmaammmmmmmmmammmmm^  SECHELT OFFICE SALES STAFF  DON SUTHERLAND. Broker   885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  - 886-2542  DON LOCK  883-2526  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  886-2481   (GIBSONiS)  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre   VON IVO  Van. Direct  687-6445  GENERAL INSURANCE  Business ��� Residential ��� Marine ��� Prompt attention.  Charles English ��� Eileen Kinne  HOMES  GIBSONS VILLAGE $39,900  On   sewer,  full  basement;  large   living  -room   &- kitchen.   Double   garage   and  sundeck. '  LOTS  -  -GREATBUYS!     SEAVIEW RD $24,900  Two bedroom starter on Seaview.  Nice  view, well built. This is not a drive by.'  "BURNS ROAD $31,500/off ers  This is a comfortable 2 bedroom home  near.the beaches. Very.well built.  PINE ROAD .   $41,900  1 1/2 acres with-3 bdrm, basement home.  Cleared. Can be subdivided. __  3 BEDROOM HILLCREST $47,000  Nice bright near new home. Has a finished  rec room in full basement. Owner transferred, forces sale. Great ocean view.  PRATT ROAD     /                            $75,000  4 bedrooms and .possibly five, A large  heated 20 x 40 swimming pool has its own  pump house, goes from 4 ft to 10 ft deep.  MALAVIEW " $39,900  Near new 3~bedroom house, quiet deadend street off Prqtt Rd. Near new school.  LANGDALE VIEW $49,500  ~3bedroomr non basement quality built  home. A terrific view of Howe Sound and  North Shore mountains.  NEW HOUSE  With" skylights   dffd  fireplaces.   Real  -modern viable.product at_today's price,_  HILLCREST DUPLEX $37,500  Good   investment.   Good   assumable  mortgage of $22,000.  LANGDALE                   ^*^ $64,900  Near new. 3 Jjadj^or* hime with un*  surpassedfRef^JWraMrwjth wet bar,  plus finistieCteAwrfor your pool table in  ground levferbasement.         TUWANEK .     _        $7,900  Recreation or permanent home.  MAHANROAD $12,500  . 93 x 125' treed lot. Some view. At the end  of Grandview Road. ''-_ ���  PRATT & GRANDVIEW $11,500  'Large corner lot, open to offers. .  GRANTHAMS _   $10,000  Nice view lot, 50 x 110.  CHASTER ROAD <   -   $12,500  Large lot near schools.  SOUTH FLETCHER VIEW LOT $11,900  Terms available. '  LANGDALE ' $15,500  Large view lot on Chadwick Road.  LOT F ON WHARF RD  LOT G ON WHARF RD  GRADY ROAD  YMCA RD Lots 3 & 4  .WATERFRONT  Redrooffs Rd. 77 x 360.  $11,500  $11,500  $12,500 -  ea. $107500  "$20,000  SKYLINE DRIVE $13,500  Sewer only 150 ft away, view of Village,  bay and wharf. Driveway in.  GIBSONS VILLAGE $13,900  View   lot  on   corner  of   Wyngaert   and  -Martin Roads. '_'____  GLASSFORD $12,500  .Water S'sewer connected. Fill in, ready to  build.  BROWNING ROAD $13,000  95 x 200' cleared lot. Ready to build. Was '  approved for septic tank...  WATERFRONT  SECHELT $69,900  Spacious new 3 bedroom family home on  Osprey Lane. Large family kitchen dining  & living rooms, all about 40' from the  ' water's edge. Call, for appointment to  view.        ���  ROBERTS CREEK $45,000  Access easement on adjacent lot. This  type, of prime waterfront is rare on the  market.  GAMBIER ISLAND ���    $12,000  3/4. acre semi-waterfront at:_Thornborp  Bay. > <^d'  SOAMES POINT $150,000  Well designed four bedroom home on well  over an acre with 128' of waterfront.  SARGENTS BAY 80' Wft Lot. $32,000  250' deep and covered with salal and  arbutus trees! Ideal location near end of  quiet street in West Sechelt. Power and  water to lot.  HALFMOON BAY Low Bank Wft. $35,000  peautiful lot with southern exposure. Thi.s.  is low bank waterfront, but does not have  a beach. Salal bushes and Arbutus trees  are the natural landscape. Sewer, water &  power avajl.  ACREAGE  2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL $53,000  Located on Pratt Road on appro* 1 acre of  good garden, soil^Roomy 12 x 16 kitchen.  Separate dining room. Large carport and  12 x 20 workshop.  10 ACRES OF WOODLAND  For true pioneers. $38,200, vicinity "of  Hanbury Road.  2 1/2 ACRES, ROBERTS CK   ' $25,000  2 1/2 acres of subdividable property in  Roberts Creek.  100' WATERFRONT IN ROBERTS CREEK  "Easy"access to beach:_3000~ sq ft home  with five bedrooms (could be seven), 2  bathrooms &  2  kitchens.  Fireplace   and  sundeck.  WANTED     ,  RETIREMENT HOME  Few steps & level grounds - near shopping,  GIBSONS OFFICE SALES STAFF  JAY VISSER  885-3300  ANNE GURNEY  886-2164  DAVE ROBERTS  885-2973  GEORGE COOPER  886-9344  \.  Over 800 Offices and Growing Fast  Over 800 Offices and Growing Fast  i"  THE NUMBER  tO REMEMBER  885-2235 (��)  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  E.&0.E.  BOX 128  We Are As Close As Your Phone  Coast to Coast  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  Real Estate Service  v  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  NEW ON MARKET  INVESTORS TAKE NOTE    #3954  'low   priced   2   bedroom   home   with   electric^'  'baseboard heating. One view lot looking but to1  sea. Short stroll td local breakwater pr ocoan  access   qlose   by.   Present   rental   provides   Interesting return on lull price of $27,500,  BOB  KENT, 885-9461 eves, Office, 885-2235 'ahytlmo.'  NEW ON MARKET  DAVIS BAY-3 BEDROOM ���        ��3949,  On one floor, 1200 sq ft, line stone faced flroplaco  In the 16 x 18 1/2' living room, with water, view. 9  1/2' x 8' bathroom, no bumped elbows here,'  I Soparato utility room. Excollont floor coverings.)  [Homo about 0^9 yrs, old on a 70, x 149' lot, full/  |PJ^gJyalJ.4fit5fl)LE��I��tSMITH, 805-9463 eves.'   ,���,��:���' * ,V.".'"���"'���','",'"'*'*"'ff,''l,'''"   ���""��� ['""P"'.'.",1."  .,"��� ���".."���.TV? H��m^..�����M.^.  3 BEDROOM HOME $38,000 #3945  Davis Bay, always popular, 1 block to good boach, and a vlow from  tlio homo, Sound oldor home, oxcollont heatilator fireplace In large  living room, and automatic oil furnaco In partial basomont, The den  could bo a 4th bedroom for a large family In this 1200 sq ft home,  Vlow It today and decide, PETERSMITH, 085-9463 eves,       ,  RATHER BE p,^^^���")^-"        ~7r; #3?30  Seml-watorfrpnt lot, about 1/3 aero, with groat vlow of Inlet and  marina, FP $18,000, DON HADDEN, 805-9304 eves,  LOWER GIBSONS r~      ~~~~~       ',"'        #3736  A big lot-In a conyanlent location for shopping, boating or "ferry.  120', doop,, 120' wide at back with 55' frontage. Big enough for a  duplex If you can got the lonlnfl. FP $14,500. JACK WARN, 006-  2601 ovos,     Ak   ���'. : -1   HOME ON 5 AcSsT   ~  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT #3901  Wall, bfylt;'4nsu|atpd 3 bedroom home overlooking the socludod  waterway. A flno deep water dock and a quiet area close .to all  amenities. With '350 sqft of living"aroa plus additional living aroa  downstairs th|p one should be seen. Vendor Is flexible In arranging  financing and" will consider a trado. *FP,$131,500. BERT WALKER,  885-3746 eves.     h                  .,. .  , ,' '  ";. ' '������'�� , ��� ^   * , , _,   ....  OPPORTUNITY #3912  Prime Jiving qubrfors-'W a family with workshop and doublo carport, Doublo plumbing and 2 flroplacos, Also a wo|l appolntod  rental sulto and 2 extra long duplex *oned lots. FP $130,000, JACK  VyARN, 886-2681 eves.      ,,  5+ACRES #3674  Over 5 acros of sunny, southern slope land ih Roberts Croek.partly  developed for personal enjoyment or subdivision. Close to beach  accoss. Asking $45,000, JACK WARN; 886-2681 eves, f  SECHELT LOT #3856  Lovel lot. Nlco Inlet view, noar marina and Ico arena, .All local  services, All new homes In aroa, Lot slzo 70 x 125', FP $12,000, Try  your offer, DON HADDEN, 885-9504 eves.  SEAVIEW  66X 125' cloarod lot  oxposuro but close to  Gibsons, Prlcod  $14,500. JACK WARN, 886-2681 eves.  #3933  ,j serviced except sowor, On Goorgla Strait  right for quick ��alo at  GARDENERS TAKE NOTE #3907  This sound older 2 bodroom home at 1411 Socholt Inlot Road offers  a convenient location, good privacy and an dxcopflonally flno largo  then mako\yo,ur offor on tho $42,500 asking prlco, BERT WALKER,  885-3746 eves.   _ _.    - ( '    ���'   N ���  RECREATl6l^LCW$52Q0        ~~~ ~   s.   #3845  Buy a piece,of land now, The full price is $52Q0I Hydro and  domestic water at roadside, Give us a ding at 085-2235 anytlmo,  ask for BOB,      \, '  PANORAMIC VIEW #3863  ' ' ' 4. , ,  00 x 150' lot, Serviced by hydro, wator and phone. Accoss to ocoan  via blacktop road to shorollno. Near Wdkollaid Inn. FP $16,200.  BOBKENT, 005-2235.   .��� ', , ���   ���..:.������ ,-v ,���.   .#3888  s 8/10 aero, almost lovol with vlow through  : :."-.'.'.'".���  #3923'  '  |,r,��� Soufh jlopo lor.,��M0��,about,3,<icron floored and some fruit trees,,,  Warm ono bodroom homo, hoatod with wood burning, lliermo  control heater, Could easily ba enlarged, Phono, hydro and Water  In house. Soo this at $55,000, PETER SMITH, 005-9463 ovos, ���.,  <  LARGE LOT #3764  132' x 300' gives you ,9 acre with delightful brook running through,  Services on,road. Locatod between Ice arena and Seehell,centre, ���  Lots this slio are hard to find and tho prlco Is right at $18,000, pON  HAPPEN, 085-9504 oVos, _^   LOTS OP WOODS V," "',"""'  ," #3819  -Andifroflmfeonago and fliiost cabin ah 12:i/2'acrb�� Ih'Rbborli*v  Crook, $60,000 with good torms, JACK WARN, 006-2601 eves,  A VIEW POR YOU #3928  , One ol the finest vlow lots on Sandy Hook Rd, All cleared, pore  tostod succosslolly arid homosllo excavated, Prlvoway partially In,  ^mmm~\l-ywr*m\l*bmn-'mm\\t'm-'Oli*^  WESTERN WATER VIEW "   ~ #3848  VILLAGE LOT; QUIET AREA #3817  Full services, walking distance to vlllago, A lane at roar ol this lot,  ... .y*?^,.5>.r JiteC* ihi;..9t ,!!uit Rri?��.9.t. jW J .ROO-einsLonl v���*�� ,QQ0- 4c��wn. ��-  will carry for 1 yoar while you build, then havo over-all mortgage on  your horn*. PETER SMITH, 085-9463 eves,  WEST SECHELT #3834-37  Cholco lots, almost lovel, some with view, on pavod road yvlth vyator  ��� ft hydro In,"Jutt 1,7 miles from Secholt, BOlidlng scheme protoctn  ^ your Investment,, Prlcos start at $10,000, PON HADDEN, 005-9504  eves,    WILSON CREEK     ~~ -r-r���-r- tf389S  Located on Camoo Road, this flno building lot Is serviced, has tome  vlow potential, Is noarly love| arid what'i more, the vondor will   ,  accept $2,000 down, chock Ihls ono then-try your offor on the full  prlco of $12,000. BERT WALKER, 005-3746 evos,  GET INTO THE SUNSHINE   "     T" .,  ~ #3947  5 bodroom, 2 storay house with largo covered sundock. Superb  vlow, Sunny landscapod lot on qulot road. Proporty overlooks  Islands and ocoan, Asking $69,500, Call BOB KENT, for appolntmont  8B5-2233 (24 hrn.) '  MADEIRA PARK  Boat ownors, Horo  Pondor Harbour. Just 400' to wator's adge, On paved road with  hydro, phono and wator along road, FP $22,000, DON HADDEN,  085-9504 ovos,   .    "  __        , .',',, .,,  GIBSONS ACRES      "   " #3749  9,2 acros 1/2 mllo to buslnoss soctlon, on blacktop road must bo  worth $45,000, Somo rovonuo from tho small rentals, tot us show  ,,ypu���lhl* almost lovol .easyta manage acreage.JACK WARN, 806.  2681 ovos,  ��<  Mr-Wi*(W��*h1 "R$Wfti**��4��a��s*l**M *  Serviced lot 7)m 193', Level, groat far that'vlow homo"Wlth gardon.  >rdK<'      --������-���'  agei PHci  Nowhpmoar]  iriKcloio tp DM! nay boach ?nd local ��io'ro. 3 rr\llat;to   , v  od at.,_$14;<J0O., fjBTBft SMITH B0a.94*&*y��*.*..K MyTa^^  ITS NO PUMPKIN I TO ALL PRINC^CHAMlNOS #3931  On Coach Rd a sturdy 2 bdrm homo with vlow. Abdiit point four of  an aero mostly In lawn and tho ownors want ac)loh| Mdke your  ollor on tho.full price o| $36,000 to BOB KENT anytlmo 085-2235,  INLET VIEW SUNSHINE HEIGHTS      h, #3*10  Thoro Is a splondld vlow of Socholt Inlot from this excollont building  slto In aroa of all now homos, Services along paved rood, Close to  arena and rnarlhd, Let us show you this good Value at $13,500, DON  HADDEN, 003-9504 eves.    DELUXE VILLAGE HOME #3952  3 bodroom, bath and hall, lovoly kltchon with dishwasher, dining  room, utility room, central vacuum system. Sunken living room with  llroploco a luxury carpot. Prlvato don-TV room and novy lamlly  room. This home Is located right In the village, but fenced and  landscapod.for privacy, A truly lovol family homo at $55,760. Call  RUTH MOORE, 085-9213 or PETER SMITH, 005-9463 evos.  SELMA PARK DSACH HOME N39S3  Somo of tho bost pebble boach In tho  area, with the lovoly western sunsets.  -NOT LEASE LAND, Charming 2 bodroom  beach cottage, nlcoly romodollod, Brick  flroplaco, In tho vaultod colling living  ���x��o-m*~a27i��4��f��th~Slves-i'oftiiv.-.lor-p-4��-wsf.  second homo ll required, Tho largo level  aroa has, good bearing Irull Troos foo,  En|by tho'?herrlos, apples & plums th|s  Jail,"' Soe thli with PETER, SMITH, 005-  9463 lives, tho prlco Is right at $39,000,'  L imm*m*mi>m!mmmm)mt  NEW ON MARKET  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT N3980  Boautlful   3   bodroom   homo,   lovoly  irftlirflfftfT^ vTow,    boach    access,,,  .Boathouse. OiS on*- floor < 1464 ��C|, ft,  $00,700 olValuol 'PETER SMITH, 005-,  9463 evo-s! ��    *.*''���  ���.nr'y.i^yi  !?��'  *L?*Al-  ttffA,  icvr  ;   THREE BEDROOMS. $31,900 ��394t  About 7 yrs old, looks llko now, .Immaculate, this 1073 sq ft homo has 3  genorous bedrooms,  soparato, utility,  .storage room ond wetal garden ��h��d,-.-  ��, A!. '?jw��j?1. .0,?.?.c8i'9,.���Pj,Ji Jsb'v Jbm J|y !do ���,,  *"���ro^m *orvdTill nTn i^lo wr^lSiviiol ��� 1 of "t oo"r"orii 3 "*"'  Njpnly 4 mln, to vlllago, Can you equal thlif  lor  $31,9,00, PETER  SMITH., 083-9463  ��� ,'ovos.�� ���������     ������ ���'���     ���������',:;;    ";; ���-";;;  mi, m\%im,*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm$mmmmmmmw  :,-im  10HN R. GOODWIN  WHERE ELS| BUT OUT WEST? #3495  Woulcl you flhd4t lot with a deep south vlow? Yos, ll's high up, 'and '  7.,.down.bolQW.you.wlll.havo.an jjoasy,accoss to tho ocoan.Flrst.quick-v  draw ol $ 12,500 will take It, May I toll you moro? Call pardnor BOB  '  885-2235 onytlmcv '  FOR THE CLEANEST FAMILY IN TOWNI #3913  . This lovoly 2 bodroom village home has 2 full baths, quality construction carpot and cabinets, Washor, dryor, rango and  rolrlgorator Included. In this good valuo of $44,000. Call RUTH  tyOORE, 005-9213 evet,   ATTENTION WELDERS! 7 #3941  , ..Wolding, .wiouahftlmo^^,aod,.fllumlnumi.rt3llJ>u*ln��ii. Also includos,,,  propano and liquid carbonic sales, A very good working buslnoss    '  ���and ownor will help train.,Contact RUTH MOORE, 885-9213 ovos tor  further Inlormatlon,    ,  LANGDALE SEA VIEW "^ #3935  Beautiful view lot 104 x 70'; Ideal lor bosomont bomb wltfi a sun,  deck, 2 minutes to ferry tormlnal, houso plans Includod In thltkrw  prlco ol $9,900, JIM WOOD, 083-2571,   HOUSE WITH A VIEW ���  ���-      #3934  Located on Oowor Palm rfoad, thli tyrg* 3 bodroom modorn homo,  qtlractlvo brick llroploco In spacious living room, quality carpets,  well designed kitchen, extra largo balhroom, sltuatod on a large lot  100 x 2SQ1, Asking $64,900. J|M WOOP* 003-2571,  SELMA PARK WITHAVIEW     "  #3942  Excellent 4 bedroom with a huge living room, comploto with Iroo-  standing flroplaco for maximum heal efficiency, Basement mostly  llnlshod with extra bathroom, well kept pardons and llshpond.  Work? tyol All Iho hqrd work has "been dono. Call mo to vlow,  asking $63,000, JIM WOOD, 883-2571,;  REDR^OWISECLMSION * H��M"  Porkllke">1/2 acre, actual sjtte 100 x 660'. Centre slope, bordered   '  by road allowance xind blacktop road, fully' serviced, If you aro *  looking (or country living with privacy this It'the property for you.  Vendor says lino up with your repsonable ollors. Asking $22,000,  JIM WOOD, A85JI571.  REDRt>QFFS��PANABOD6  Ifl^.dStttWp.i^MMPWi-'IWI��� 4l(ft*!,lW'!-��Wi-<l��W.Cm��^niJ 'IBWBa^MJffli  l-"*B>W����!��f��IWW*,,f*f**�����  #3956  Four y&ar did ? bodroom, I 1/2 baths, itono flreplactf on bright  living room. (Small guest cabin requires a little finishing,) Outside  workshop, situated on 1/2 ocr�� 80 x 263V o* Y00 *<now (hi* lypm of     '  ���,��h'buw'fta��;��|Ufl[|fyjfio(l.'|i oxp��nslvo, .buf (hlt| Jp far ��q|o^iybi-t?it��.y'.  >M>J,Z, wtfAW, JIM WOOD   803-51871'. ���;.     , '���'������  FOTT'  .'���.....,   .W  : r  ��� >  H4i^a^^>fm>*<'<&'ir&<tl!t*^^  ��js��te��HT*!*��BW^���� ��*tww*w��(i* mm. -��������>, w  '*.  '*.'"  :>,   r*  \ > ,  *B W*^* ���) ** l^ft 1*1 V ���*IWWWfcSjH^HWfet* 1W  X   ,   ���   '���-   ,'  ii  ��.<,.  p,(-*  ^v^^m^^t^mme��mi^ii''  )M(j(S��^l!*��!��rt��^!^^��Hi!S*W  'V \   \  -*.��� -. &:.^*?~~rr-  -^^^^^--iiSfjriasaas,*-1  ZX -I-5MS3iW��i.--arit:  -<sp>'  ~^-<lX=-==T^=  w^  r  Factors  affecting  value     ^  1. Should you decorate your  house extensively before you  sell it?  A real estate professional  will weigh all factors of,  condition, location and price  s to give you the best advice.  _ 2. -Should you dispose of  investment real estate in the  light of current conditions and  -legislation?   --��_,-  ��� _ __.  A real estate professional  in the Investment, Commercial ' and Industrial,  specialty knows how to advise  your" He is informed on  - existing laws, proposed  legislation, public policies and  other essential details. involved in your decision.  3. What is the difference  between lease-hold and freehold? What conditions might  affect either one?  Again, your answer will  come from the real estate  professional who keeps up to  Marsh World  BLUE FLAGS (Iris versicolor and I., prismatica) ��� This  attractive marsh plant commonly called wild, iris  is one of our most colorful wildflowers. (A) The  weSte>n~f6rm"lFla"rgerwjth" long-sword-like leaves.  The wide spreading flower is deep blue-purple with  finely patterned, dark, vein-like streaks fanning  out from the yellow center. (B) The eastern form is  characterized by narrow gr,ass-like leaves. Although  smaller, it is equally colorful. Both .grow -aJoh^  maifslv edges and wet meadows, blooming from**\  MayVtoJune ahd growing up to three feet Ln height.  &  Ducks Unlimited (Canada)  ���  1495 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, Man. R3T 2 E2 �� 235 - 78  Take care with  home insulation  i*  The term condominium  date on the newest concepts of  land use and planning.  4. Am I placing too high (or  low) a value on thejesidential  property I want to sell?  An experienced residential  sales person is in day, to day   contact with the market and.  ��� can assess values on the basis  of location, condition,  amenities. He-she knows what  similar properties are  bringing.  . . Condominium . living. is a  popular answer to the need for  less costly home ownership  for many people. Whether you  choose this type ownership for  your first home, or as an  easier lifestyle when your  family is grown, you have a  wide choice from the many  designs available on the lower  mainland. Though the idea-  dates back twenty five hundred years, the  first  con-  Explaining the term  "Buyers market"  The words buyers' market  should not throw fear into the  -��breast of a vendor. Instead, it  can work in his favour.  Traditionally, more houses  are made available on the  market at this time of year,  and though this may present  some buyer-confusion, you  may be sure that a good  property, realistically priced,'  and made attractive- to  potential purchasers, will be  ^chosen by a buyer who will be  happy with his choice because  he has had great comparison  opportunity. ��� Convenience,;  location, condition, space and  facilities, neighbourhood and  price are the six major con  siderations that govern any  buyer's choice. If your  property meets most or all of  the average buyer's needs you  can depend oa plenty of ac-"  tivity "and an eventual  satisfactory sale. Existing  'homes on the market today  are good value because they  can never be duplicated at the  same price again.  Century West���Sechelt  dominium units appeared  locally in the late nineteen  sixties.  The terms condominium,  or strata title refer tcra type .of  ownership rather Jhan'a  particular style. They can be  apartments ,.-_townhoiises,���  duplexes or even clusters of  single family.dwellings_in a  "strata^title-pTcrject  Condominiums can be  purchased in small < units,  large projects, or~highrises,  with extra facilities such as  swimming poo^, saunas and  tennis-courts often included in  the larger projects. Investigate all types of condominiums before you buy, to  make sure it will suit your  particular lifestyle.  Century West���Sechelt  .Consumer- and���^drporate-  Affairs Minister Kafe Mair  has       warned       against  '"ttishonestr "Contractors-'  peddling inferior  home  insulation products", and has  extended the original tiiree-  ,day .cooling off period to  SEVEN DAYS in which B.C.  Consumers can cancel door-  to-door sales contracts.  He urged everyone to be  aware of requirements for  federal grants, and that  salesmen may gloss over the -  .. fact thaLthis yearjhe grants  apply only to B.C. homes built  before 1941. He also reminded  I anyone considering insulating  this year to remember that  the federal gTants are payable  only for two-thirds of the cost  of materials up to a maximum  of $350, and that labour costs  are not included in the grants..  This grant is .also taxable,  which fact has escaped many  applicants.  He- cautions potential  customers to get at least two  separate estimates 'from  reliablecontractors and check  with a lbcaljfetter Business..  Bureau or T.F. 800-663-3145.  PageB-6 The Peninsula Times Wednesday, April 26,1978  HHHMHHMHMUUUjifefk  .rr"-  EAL ESTATE  APPRAISALS  ^WOTARY PtJ BtIC  4W  DENTAL BLK?^  GIBSONS ^fc  PHONE 886-22  AND-LAND-D��VELOPMENT-4.TD - -TOLL FREE 682  -oAi��uaP��~  A'.' .^S'  Jon McRae Lorrie Girard���; --/Chris Kankolnon Arne T. Patterson  885-^670___         886-7760 - 885-3545- "    886-9793  HOMES  'SARGENT ROAD: A spacious family home situated on the low  side of a quiet cul de sac 'in one of Gibsons finest and most  popular residential area's. The large 132' x 133' lot is extensively  landscaped for minimum maintenance and offers a fantastic  view of the harbour,, Howe Sound acd Georgia Strait. For  economy, and comfort'there are double glass windows in.front.  The kitchen features Citation cabinets, garburator, 20 cu ft  fridge/freezer and self-cleaning electric stove. Each of the three  bedrooms has large closets and the master bedroom has ensuite  plumbing. The huge -unfinished basement offers endless  development possibilities for recreation and hobby activities.  Large s'undeck and patios for outdoor enjoyment. Many more  nice features-.mcluded in the price of $69,500.  a  ATTENTION!  Retire on the bedutiful  coast���of- Secheltr-We  have 6 Mobile Home  Sites left.  ^^ln9,eW,dd*  /^~or Double Wides  Located at Garden Bay  100% Bank Terms OPFC  LANCER HOMES  call colloct  Ed Zaek, 533-1651  COACH ROADrfofHeek Rd) Three year  old three bedroom home situated in a  quiet subdivision in Roberts Creek only 2  miles from Gibsons. Large kitcheti with  an eating nook. Yard is nicely landscaped, yours to enjoy from the 300  square foot split .level sundeck. Extras  include a wired and plumbed' dark room  and "7x8 storage shed. $44,900.  GRANDVIEW ' RD: (off- Pine) Three"'  bedroom home on a beautifully treed  and fully .landscaped lot (175 x 150) with  an excellent view_of Georgia, Strait.  Kitchen has eating,nook and a built-in  oven and range top, _F\ogr to ceiling cvl  rock fireplace. 45 x 9 covered sundeck  and a huge double carport. $63,500.  SARGENT ROAD: Custom built home'on a  lovely landscaped terraced view lot. Master  bedroom has ensuite' and double closets.  Mahogany custom cabinets. Two heatilator  fireplaces, double windows and screens. Full  basement with finished rec room. Separate-  utility room and a workshop. Carport and  cement driveway. $63,500.  HWY 101: Roberts Creek. Two bedroom home on lovely partially  cleared acre.. Fenced   in  garden.   Fruit  trees,   loganberries,  strawberriesTsurrounded by lawn.'Separate workshop in back. ���^  Riding lawnmower and some garden tools included, also fridge, -  stove and some furnishings. Full basement. $42,560.  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  HOUSE FOR SALE  1350 sq. ft., skylights,  fireplace up & down, architect  designed, finished upstairs  ond down'.' $69,900    -  885-3356  GOWER PT RD: Two bedroom starter home.  This old timer close to shopping and the post  office has to be seen. Cement foundation  ��� under 665.square feet. Storage area 220  square feet. Includes fridge and stove.  $22,500.  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.  Enjoy the 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. $37,900.      .  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  DOUG^AL ROAD: Nice starter or retirement hqme on level lot. '������  Two bedrooms and an additional room Jo-be used for sewing ���  room or an office. Wall to'wall carpeting:; Stone fireplace. Yard is B  landscaped with a patio in the back yard.$i��2,5CfO.  And they, sure are happy about it!  What are they doing? Why, they're  reading TheTIMES... looking for a new  home or car or job or washer or.  bicycle. And each person will probar-  Bly'find justtherlghtitem at just the  right price! How do we know? Well,  we have load�� of advertisers every  week..".offering scores of new products and-services.  We welcome ads of all sizes... weTT1  even help you develop an ad if you  wish, for the same cost as the ad   .,  albrte! What other media car\ offer  fWat kind of bargain... Qn a one-to-one  pe rso n a Lba s i s?jCLb eckja[rr^ujnd ^nd_  we think you'll want to  join your   r  friends who read and advertise in  The TIMES... It's the best buy  around!  ThePENiNSULA^I^ed.  ,.,fa weekly par/ of your life I  TRAILBAY-: Cozy older type home on leased  waterfront property. Situated in a peaceful  and quiet area' with a' safe sandy beach,  beautiful view and desirable southwesterly  exposure. Large lot with level landscaped  grounds around the horpe and a nicely treed  bank to the rear. $15,000.  ���  ���  ���  B-  ���  DAVIS ROAD: Charming gable roofed three   GOWER PT RD. In the heart of Gibsons one ���  I. .  ��   i ... . ..    II 1 I UI I.    I -I :_!; j    .L_     nil'li    mt: S  bedroom single storey home. Fully land  scaped lot. Large utility room for washer,  dryer and storage. The cement slab carport  could easily be finished as a rec room. The  perfect family home close to schools,  shopping,, the ^curling home and the new  swimming pool. $37,900.  block from shopping and the Post Office.JB  Three   bedroom ::-h'6me^bn~cbncre^  foundation. Post & beam construction. Acorn-'H,  fireplace-gives a cozy  atmosphere  to. the:E;  living room. Nice and bright with many large B  windows. $33,000. ��� '���=  1103 FRANKLIN: Large family" home on a level |ot. Five  bodropms, rec room and a separate utility room. Living room has  a stone fireplace and both it and the dining room are done In  wall to wall carpeting. Separate workshop In rear, The lot has  southern exposure with some water view! Close to shopping and  febblo Beach. $52,900,'     ,   ������  tots  I SKYbjNE DRIVE: Overlooking'thq Bay and the  I Village of Gibson? Irom this qulot and pr|v,ate  lot 6n Iho Bluff, Start building your droam home  right Away on the expanso ol this  207 x 115 x 181 x 66 uniquely shaped lot. LOVy  DOWN PAYMENT���EASY TERMS. fP, $13,500.  SKYLINEDRt This70.x 59 x 131 io'lMfl lot with  nxpapslvo vlow of tho Bay area and Gibsons  Vlllago |s woll prlcod. $11,50Q,  SKYLINE Df|:-- With tho sowor only 150 foot  away Irom this lot and tho ad|olnlng lot also for  salo, makoi this an oxcollont value-JThe-Jdocrt,  spot for a distinct and original hornev Nlco vJow  and sheltered from tho opon seay,$ 13,900..--���  ���3V-~  GOWER  rrf. Rt^At, tho cornAr/of  nvfiw  proporty has lovols cloarod for tho building slto  of your choice; Excelled ylow6f 'GeorgiaStrait,1  Approx qO'x250'. $l6,5q6,        I  TUWANEKs Only ono block to beach, lull vlow  of Intel, Piped community water available. 80*  x 140' lot. $9,900.  MUST SELL, MAKE AN OFFER: Grandvlow &  Pratt: Ono of tho bettor building lots on Pratt  Rd In rural Gibsons. LeVel and cleared wltVi a  viow. $11,900,  PRATT RD: Noar now school slto. This lot Is  cleared and ready to build upon, Matura fruit  trees dot this 76' x 125' lot. $13,500.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65'x 130',  Close' to shopping and the ocean. Sowor  easemj��ntof-10.'-onSE side of lot, $1,2,600,----".-  GRANDVIEW RD: Lot slzo approx. 1,04x105  with some vlow over the ocean, Close to beach  toccoss, partially cleared, easy building lot.  '$131000.  CORNER ABBS & SCHOOL ROADi Excollont  building lot 75 x 150 In aroa ol good homos.  Spectacular panoramic vlow. Fully serviced.  J>17.��W,---^)..LW'~.-~�� .,..,..,,,-,��:,,. ��� mm.'  BURNS RD: Good bulling lot "(65 x 130) on  Hat land In 9|l?sons Village, Four blocks Irom  Post Olllco, stores and transportation. Lightly;  tfeed. Three blocks Irom ocean. All services'  available. $11,000.  UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanek. Idoal rocroatlonal |  lot Iii beautifully wooded and park llko area.  'Zoned for,traltors.sThls Ipt overlooks Sochelt'j  Inlot and the'Lamb Island, $8,900.  SOUTH FLETCHER) At school Road. Two lots oil  40 x 150' each. One lot has a .cottage whlchl  could be rontod, Those lots aro mostly cleared!  and roady for building, A spoctacular vlow off  the ontlro Bay aroa and Kpats Island Is ln-f  cludod,ln,.the prlco.pl,.$27,50p������,, _ ,r  VELVET ROAD: Boautilul vlow lot in dos|rable|  area,  Road   In   and  hydro  and   phona   to|  property. Prlcod wqll below assessed  $11/000.  value,  LANGDALEi Lovol building lot on JohnsonL-  Road.fantastic vlow ol Howo Sound, $14,500,1  SECHELT INLET ESTATES: Deluxe lots with a  spectacular view |J of Porpoise, Boy, Beech  facllltlos, nearby rndorage, water, hydro and  telephone at each lot. Only A 1/2 miles to the  conveniences o| Sechelt,  GOWER PT RDi 100' of waterfrontage, steep  but managable slope, Hydro and water on Ihe  esplanade rood, 217 deep with o completely  unimpeded view to yancouver Island, Faces-  south west lor lots ol sunshine.  $15,900.  YMCA ROAD: Langdalo. Cleared, lovol  building lot measuring 01' x 173' suitable for  a variety ol houso plans. Locatod within oas.y  walking dlstanco to school and a lew mln\>tos  |og lo the ferry terminal, Moke on oiler on the  asking [irlce of $12,900.  ��� -.     >  WHARF ROADi At the corner of Davidson.  With a little easy cloarlng this lot will be  ready lo build on, Walking distance lo' tho  forry, Lot size Is 00 x 110,  $12,900.  ACREAGE  HWY 10): 5 ocros oil Hall Road, land Is very GRANDVIEW ROAD AT 9THi Over 1/2 acre LANGDALEi 4.Q1 acres. Excollont holding  dry with good percolation, Southern exposure -Vory private with view, ffouio 'plor^ and" 'property right across from the ferry terminal,  In the hoart ol Roberts Croek.'On regional building permit paid for and Included In price, Langdalo Creok Is tho eastern boundary ol  water. Approximately 1 ocre Is cleared, Hos    foundation floor slab and plumbing all In for   (hlvproperty, $39,500,  older   home  presently   being   rented   for    2Bx42 (1176 sqft) building, $14,900, ��� ���-��� ~  - -  $115,00 por month, Includes  small  barn,  Vendor  has  subdivision  plan  lor  9   lots, '���  OIBSbNSi  4,6 acros  of  oxcollont   holdlnbj  ��-fl*^liW,--\ _.....  ���     ._ . .        propertyelosf to Soames Point Park, Partially]     _%   "      '  ,       ,       , clooroiljjry, ypur p(lori.,$32.000,  __���- ....���..__���.. _u���ii....   f  'JA "       " ;        ��� ,      ���  '    ' ,    ���*������ Drop inltr MUfQrjr&eJtrochnhT >.^^-���.��.-xA' '������' ~-���  j '���'"���..��������� ..'   '   ��� .f "���.',���;   .,������'��� ���-;��� "..py ��� ��� ' ' ���  i..>l-">. '.��y*  ,   I.  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After the capture, he learned that  Silberbauer had attended the play based  on- the-young Jewish -girls's diary.  (Although"Wiesenthal didn't mention, it,  Silberbauer was merely suspended from  Ws job with theVienna police department).  Wiesenthal also told of accompanying  three rabbis to a Jewish library in Austria  and seeing bneofihe rabbis faint when he-  found a book from his home, with an inscription from his sister, which read in  ^.Themurderercare inltoeSriUageTijr  MBnot  unduly  __PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, AprU 26, 1978  Ambrosia beetles are small, winged  insects ' whose dietary preference for  hemlock and fir wood could, cost the B.C.  the next house. Please don't forget us,  don't forget our memory."  was  a  discussion among teachers and students,  with whom I spend most of my time.  "It's  pretty /gross," , commented  a   u.c i*��u �������*, �������. �������� ��1U4�� ��, ~j        "I still erow cold everv time I think of  Grad^8studentrreferrin^noWothe^eries-them-Am^��duced^and-there are-stilL.^J^^^j0010^617 tune L iranK ot  execute this last will... It's my personal  '��  - but-to-tbe horr-ible-slaughter-it-depictedv  "The show is too much of a fantasy,"  said a teacher. "I doesn't hurt the way a  documentary would ..."  For Simon Wiesenthal, the Holocaust  has never stopped hurting, even though he  was one of the lucky ones, being liberated  from the Mauthausen death camp in,1945.  "Since then, he has devoted his life^to  -tracking-down-Nazi-murderers. He-has  been astoundingly successful, rooting out  and bringing to trial some 1,100: Nazi  criminals, including Adolf Eichmann and  TR6 Gestapo sergeant who clomped up the  stairs of a house in Amsterdam to arrest-and Australia today. "They're worse than  -thousands-of them.li.ving today -under falsev  names. . -  - -  For a long time, he said, it was hard to  find anyone in Germany who would admit  knowledge of Hitler's atrocities. "Old  people would say, 'I was against Hitler. I  heard some rumors (about the death  camps) but I saw nothing.' I never met'a  man who said, 'Yes, I was a Jiazj'butwith  -the-growth-of -neo-Nazi groups today,���  people are willing to say they're Nazis."  Wiesenthal reserved his harshest  words for Nazi "helpers", many of whom,  he said, live in Canada, the .United States  Anne Frank and seven others, in an attic  hideawaj? in August, 1944. Yet, he says; the  number of Nazi criminals tried and convicted represents "only,the tip of the  iceberg" and he admits, "We'll never get  every Nazi criminal and helper."  the Nazis because the assassins had the  excuse that they were ordered to commit  crimes but the helpers from the Baltic and  other countries volunteered to help the  Nazi��. They helped kill, they turned in  tragedy that my . office . (Jewish  Documentation Centre) is the last one in  the world. It's not an easy life. Many-  similar offices have closed, but I'm like  the Japanese soldier who didn't realize  that the war was over.*  Wiesenthal ended his talk with , a  iwarhing^d'an^appeal:       "  "What happened can happen again...  When hatred becomes a government  policy, as in Idi Amin's Uganda, place in  South America, Biaf ra... then a holocaust  is possible. Our generation was completely  unprepared for hatred. We couldn't  imagine it could happen in.Germany,  where we were so integrated^  "Dear young friends, watch the  beginning propaganda of hatred,  separating Jews and Gentiles,  saying  1?,.  _.,. ��� -,  petfple and in. many cases they made a  Standing before an audiepce ofjnorej jyofit from the property (of the victims)^- Jews have no right to sifrin parks, to travel-  than   1,000   at   the   Schara , Tzedeck       Among the anecdotes Wiesenthal told   on the same buses.. .The effect of all this:  Synagogue in Vancouver last Tuesday;���^"tihe story of his five-year search for   made the 'final solution' %, normal, ex-  Karl Silberbauer,  the policeman  who   pectable conclusion,  arrested Anne Frank and her family in an        ' 'Our freedom is not a gift from heaven,  attic inAmsterdam-He-fihally-caught-up���Thisfreedomwe-must-win everyday^���  Wiesenthal acknowledged a standing  ovation and tried  to play down  his  -reputation-as-a-famous-i^azLhunter!'.   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"In this division our only dry-land  sorting is done on a sort of peninsula on  Powell Lake," said Mrs. Sartisohn, adding  that damage caused at the four-acre site  by the beetle had not noticeably increased  in the past few years.  Logs that are hit by the. beetle 'tare  usually salvaged for piilp," she said.  Advertising.^  is your way  of introduction.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  Bicycle  Come to Us:  We're Experts  QUAURED BIKE MECHANIC  : ON STAFF          X-S  FULLY EQUIPPED SHOP  Completed Soon at Sechelt  SHOP OPENING SPECIALS  10 SPEED WHEELS Front, reg. 1795  now 1389  Rear, regr2-l .00 15M  and 20% OFF TIRES & TUBES  offer expires Sot., April 29  TRAIL. BAY SPORTS  ,-i. , ^J^M^miL ��*tf j3  ��*w"��^WWS!&*��*V^^��^fc*W^W<^Ji**)*H  Cowrie St.,_Sechelfc_  885-2512  Sunnycrest Centre^Gibsons  886-8020  Certainly he didn't cut a dashing or  outlandish figure. With his subdued grey'  "suit, grey moustache and weary face, he  looked his age, 60, for for an hour and 20  minutes there was a virtual silence ifi the  large synagogue as he spoke, calmly but  passionately.  There was little emotion in the  audience, composed largely of Jews. Some  of the listeners nodded in remembrance or  agreement as he spoke, others twisted  their hands or wiped away a tear.  (���  Wiesenthal did not speak of the 89  members of his family who perished in the  Holocaust, nor of his experiences in the  concentration camp. Instead, he detailed  some of the obstacles blocking his campaign to avenge the victims of the Nazi  genocide and warned that what happened  to-JJewsj ��� and Gentiles ��� in Europe  .during the Nazi regime could happen  again elsewhere in the world,  Efforts to bring the Nazi criminals to  justice haye been hindered by three main  factors, Wiesenthal said: the false  definition of war criminals, the law, and  the number of persons killed.  The biggest extermination of Jews took  place 800 to 1,000 miles from the combat  zone and had little to do with the war, he  said. "The war made the crimes possible,  but can't excuse, them," he said. Most of  the Nazi murderers were* hot soldiers,  fighting^against^^ otter soldiers and taking  the risk of being wounded or killed, and 90  per cent of them survived the, War,  Wiesenthal said. The term "war criminal"  doesn't fit them.  Regarding' the    legal    obstacle,  Wiesenthal said the definition of mass  murder became obsolete in Hitler's time.  "It used to be that if a person went insane,  and shot four or five people, he was a mass  nnntt^ererrbuHirHitlieirlstime?;thfire WAS ��,.  new type of mass murder, the murder  from the desk. With a telephone call... he  gave the orders and killed thousands of  victims. s '       ',  "In one case a man was responsible for  the deaths of 700,000 people, but he has  only one life, so for this enormous crime,  he paid with his.life. There was another  man, Franz Novak, an Austrian, who  transported 1,700,000 Jews to Auschwitz  for Eichmann. He had three trials... and  was finally sentenced to nine years. SoN  .people say, 'For the death of my father, he  has 25 seconds in jail' for 'For tho death of  ifty family, he was three minutes In Jail.'"  _.,...;.i'Peiople.said to.me,JDon'.t..wait for.ax  trial, give us the names and addresses, wc  will do it." I said, 'How many will you be  able to kill before you're stopped. Maybe  600, theri-tho govcrrment'will atop you. So,  people will say, tho Nazis killed tho Jews  during the war, after tho war tho Jews1  killed tho Nazis. (Even though) it's 600'  ngqlnst six million,  .���.'flnlshod.Lw.,-,.,���....,,��.m���  '"People say to mo sometimes, 'You  saved tho life of a criminal.' It would have  been very easy to kill Eichmann in  Argentina... but we need tho criminals on  trial as witnesses for history. Tho trial is  more Important than the criminal."  Tho third obstacle, Wiesenthal sold,  was created when Jewish survivors of the  Holocaust seemed to forget about the five  million Gentiles who were also exterminated by tho Nazis. "I saw it coming  in '47 nnd '40 and I told tho Jewish  organizations, talk about 11 million killed,  including six million Jews, talk about the  gypsies, the Serbs, the Poles, iho 40,000  Dutchmen who yrere also Mled . v. After  the war, lt was possible to make a  brotherhood ot victims. Now; the majority  of Jews don't know about the Nazi problem  and they ignore the figures. Somo say  they're not thti Burvlors because no one  from their family was jji the gas chambers  buttheNa*i8triedt<>kUl��UtheJew8 9oI  my, ��very Jew, k a survivor,!!  , Wiesenthal has ttttlo patience for those  ilFGoodrich  RADIAL T/A DYNACRON  I  -LIST     .  BR50xl3  $102.25  ,GR50xl4  $130.30  GR50xl5 .....  ,.'./,..$1,38.20.  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LIST PRICE  HIGH SPEED BALANCING  reg, 4.50 SAlJE $M  TIRE SAVING FRONT END ALIGNMENTS    ,  Cars 18.00 Light Trucks 22.00  i^fm^^mm^^mmm^^f^mm^^  Tire & Suspension Centre  ������������'.���.'  -cHlo-270u    ��� > -_ _���,  rC' '  ...CtftMS*,....,,  ,#u-,  _;i.. ..;.  .yy*,y  % ���.a^,. IJflBj-_ - ����� - ^_���_ i �����  ^mmmmmtrm^^^fm^^atf^^mfmf^^i^im^,  ��.  r.fm  ^���*H**miml*x,i*  mm. 4 'i  mm+mmmm  ��fywunrwwwnftiiftifJtW *ji��i*i��(*i ^ -m�� 11-    t"ji5��nv  ��   - Section C  Wednesday,.April 26,1978  Pages 1-6  1978 season schedule  The 1978 Sechelt Peninsula  Ladies \ at Bud's Babes, Roberts Creek at Pender  Softball season0 opens' Tuesday, May 2, Harbour, Cedars Inn at Trail Bay. -'--  with the league expanded to six teams, one        June 1 ��� Trail Bay at Bud's Babes,  each in Gibsons, Pender, Harbour and Pender Harbour at Cedars Inn, Roberts  Roberts Creek and three from Sechelt. Creek at Sechelt Legion. June 6 ��� Pender  All games are at 6:45 p.m. Home fields Harbour at Bud's Babes, Roberts Creek at  are as follows: Pender at Madeira Park '' Cedars Inq, Sechelt Legion at Trail Bay.  -Elementary, Cedars Inn at Elphinstone, June 8 ��� Bud's Babes at Roberts Creeks  Roberts   Creek   at   Roberts   Creek Trail Bay at Pender Harbour, Cedars Inn  Elementary, Bud's Babes at West Sechelt at Sechelt Legion;  Elementary, Trail Bay at Chatelech and '    June 13 - Cedars Inn at Bud's Babes,  Sechelt   Legion   at   either   Sechelt Sechelt Legion at Pendter Harbour,  Elementary or Hackett Park. Roberts Creek at Trail-Bay. June 15 ���  TirircnAv Bu^'s Babes at Sechelt Legion, Pender  mo      ��   a    xi   k        * nVai.. Harbour at Roberts Creek, Trail Bay at  �� ^ I ZJFE ^Srrat^i    Cedars Inn. June 20.- Bud's Babes at  Babes, Roberts Creek at Cedars Inn  Sechelt Legion at Trail Bay, May 4 ���  Bud's Babes at Roberts Creek, Trail Bay  at Pender Harbour, Cedars Inn at Sechelt  "RORY" WALKER received the Tom  April 21. Walker, a defenceman for   Legion. May 9 ��� Cedars Inn at Bud's  ^ Robilliard Memorial Cap ��� for being t Legion 140 was praised by coach Carl   Babes, Sechelt Legion at Pender Harbour,  the year's most outstanding player-at���Rohuch-as-^a-good exampleto the , Roberts Creek at Trail Bay. May 11 -  the Minor Hockey .banquet held at   league, for his dedication to his team,   Bud's B^bes ar Sechelt Legion, Pender  JElphinstone-high-school-on-Erid^^good^spOrtsmanship^indJiis-abili^^ Harbou^at Roberts.Creek, Trail Bayat,  Trail Bay, Cedars Inn at Pender Harbour,  Sechelt Legion at Roberts Creek.  League Tournament ��� June 24-25.  Dinghy sailing  club forming  Ladies bowling  Attempts are being made to form a  dinghjLsailing_club_on4he-peninsula-thi&  Walker scored 21 goals and never   &****Inn-  missel a practice or. game. Coach of        May 16 - Bud's Babes at Trail Bay,  the-year-award-went-to-Steye-Oi^  _ Esselemont. Individual awards fcr   Le^rtRoi^QB^Mjj:8-Bud's   wPeek|;nds>     .  mUmVmA nn  IlimtllAAn   most sportsmanUke player in each of 'J���? J22?r SfH0"��,��� ^fv^l;       .Owners of all classes of. boats from  wma-up luncneon the dlv^ went tokin*. k^nHsStie^^ weicome-   " ~.'. Zy~r^m.. .- ... I   ^ ..x.     ^iL.ntLrK..:.:^   Tilt P.���nt i��      L��gIOn. may H ���- KOOenS WeeK ai iSUQ S     p-i; rrmro infnrmnHnn   nhnno ftRfi-CMflfi nr  The Ladies Wednesday Bowling Club   in the At&n Division, Murry Grant in   j��J*���- p^��T ^^ 5U5 *BayT !?/Q!����re inform?tlon' phone 886"9386 or  held their luncheon at. the Golf Club on   the Pee Wee division, Wilfred Leith-   gechelt Legion at Cedars Inn. May 25 ���   885"9440,        ������_�����.  April 19. bridge and Steve Ono in the Bantam   Bud's Babes at Cedars Inn,  Pender       Get your Mother's Day cards soon, the  President Sylvia Wood is certain the   Division and Steve Brakett in the   Harbour at Sechelt Legion, Trail Bay at   new stock should be in this week. - Miss  Hepcats, or should we say Pepcats, will   Midget Juvenile ^Division. Roberts Creek. May 30 - Sechelt Legion   Bee's, Sechelt,  enjoy the Crucil Trophy, presented by 'x  Mrs.  Chris  Crucil,  for  being  league  champions.^' _~    .  Rhe roll off winner was the Five  r-Funniesr-seeond-the Repeats, third the  Splats and fourth the Greenhorns. High  Three goes to Evelyn Purnell with a 737,  High Single Ev Chappel-with a 313 and a  well-earned High Average-by Lil McCourt  with 198. Three team high was the Five  Squares* scoring 2,859. The Smilers got the  - team high with 1,082.  Eleanor. Burnacki wins the Most Improved Trophy  Next year-Eleanor-wiH-  "fashions for feet"  Cowrie St., Sechelt & Gibsops Village^  take a slRflf at the high single. It's  whispered that Alice Auwillette won the  Low score trophy. GeratoUiandWich -for  you next year, Alice.  Our spares, bless them, may_you ever  be around. Attendance spoons were much  appreciated. May you all have pleasant  memories with your mugs (glass ones, I  mean).  Special thapjks to our secretary Hilda  Mitten. May your pencil never .need  sharpening. And to Treasurer Betty  Laidlaw, may your cash never run dry.  Finally to Ruth Slade (spare kid), may  your phone never be silent. Thanks to  i these gals for a job well done and a  welcome to, next year's executive elect.  A few parting words from a first time  president: ''Help me to remain humble  through obstacles and failures but hide not  mine eyes from the prize that comes with  victory." ��� Sylvia Wood. f~-^r-~  B.C. Native  soccer team  lineup picked  The following players will fornv the,  team that will represent the Sechelt  Penjnsula'at the British Columbia Native.,  Soccer Championship Zone Playoffs on  May 20-22 at Capllano Park In North'  Vaftartiver:  '������������* Tony-Paul,*-Garry Feschuk;*-Darren  Dixon, Angus Craigan, Robert Joe, Bradly  Joe, Vern Joe, Barry Johnson, Rick  August, Willard Joo, Jerry Johnson,  Stuart Craigan, Tom Paul, Burce Jocj,  Earl John, Keith Julius, Billy August and  Herbert.  , ' (      ���'        ��� .  Chiefs go to  coast finals  The Secholt Chiefs will meet tho Pondor  Harbour Bananas for tho Coast league  Cup In May. Tho Chiefs clinched second  place portion In the league after knocking  Wakcf lofd out of tho sprhl-f inals oil April 23  at Hacket Park.  Doth teams wont into tho game even,  Wakoflold scored early arid tlio Chiefs tiqd  it nip at half time, Dofonscmoniojn, both  sides played vvell rebuffing tfc^ufent onslaughts by forwards and keeping tho ball  In center field.  But In tho second half something gave  "v'   jri Uio"Wakoflold rank's. The Ciiiefa fltnrted"  >sgettlng more shots at Uio goal, went in  scoring one goal after anothor and wortlhe ~  match 0���1.1  WiqilirltytoxMHWjMl&ir&lhJFm  Advertising.-^  is your way  of |i^i^(tM^ti0)tlf'  CANADIAN AbVEnTISINQ ADVISbfW HO/WO  mmfmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmJmmmm  V��l^i^l!a^i^^ji^��fAi^i  .i'i f.i "r'^i 'nn '1   I       if j .ii 11 irn i     i im'     r i i  .ii.i   1 ii.   ii i. i   ill   'JfrWu. 'I '.' 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Volleyball  nets  -BageC-2-  The Peninsula Times-  Wednesday , April 26,-1978  of more importance, the card will provide  information for each river on the  distribution of the catch throughout the  year enabling the evaluation of the  separation of winter and summer  steelhead.    "  A&nual information on the angler catch  of steeflwad together with information on  flatable zodiac .the rescue unit answered  124 calls in these waters.'  FISHING  --= Fishinghas-picked up =in=the^ Gibsons-  area. Springs in the 14 pound range are  -coming-in -from-both-Port-Mellon-and~the  gap. High.winds have kept anyone from,  finding out if the bluebacks are running  - outside. ^   PenderHarb6uris-stUljvery^ctive-witlTr  fishernien "catching their limit' in both  bluebacks and springs...  �� The Gibsons Wildlife Club is holding its  annual Trout Derby May 6 and 7 at Ruby  and Sakinaw lakes.  The derby starts at 3 p.m. on May 6 and  runs to 3 p.m. the next day. The weigh-in  will be at the Ruby Lake Motel. Prizes will  The Sunshine Coast Pacesetters  returned Monday from Smithers, B.C.  with bronze medals for their efforts at the  Provinpial Juvenile Women's Volleyball  -TournamehtrTh"e--SunsHne^Coast"fearir;  The marathon game, the longest of the  whole tournament, ended with Victoria on  top by a score of-40���17.  iP._Plg.fo_r-.the. Bronze-_-medaUthe=,  Pacesetters were loose and confident and  only  to  the - teams  which  eventually^ Fort Saint John. In the final match Vic-  - finished above them. With three players- toria, the come from behind squad had to  unable to make the trip, bench strength'  do just that to beat Smithers 3 games to 2  was quite shaalow. In what turned oulio_Jn^^bdl;_flLfiy-e_��ontest^The-Smithers-  oe the match to decide whether the   team,' led the match 2 games to no'ne "but  Pacesetters  would play  for  the  golcK^icJoria rebounded to win three in a'row.  catches_bjLtheJndian^  i^nmiYIArniEil     not    ficViavMAc.    !o    Knn.'A    ��.��       _.*!..it_ - ludt  commercial net fisheries is basic ��� to  steelhead enhancement projects under the.  Federal���Provincial Salmonid Enhancement Program. ^  BASEBALL  Four mixed teans, two girls softball  teams, two mini bronco teams for 9 and 10  year olds and two bronco teams for 11 and  12 year olds have been organized in Gibsons. Fifsfgame is scheduled for May 1.  There is^a coaches meeting on Wednesday,  April 26, 8 p.m. at the Gibsons- Athletic  ���Association Hall. r    medals, the local girls lost a thriling  match to the Victoria Y team, the evental  winners. The girls were a bit tense the first  game as they were concerned about the  6foot 4 inch middle attacker on the Victoria squad. However, some . excellent  defensive play by the team proved to them  FIGURE SKATING   ^Elizabeth-���orbanHbinda-Leitner��and-  Shauna Proke are entering The Spruig  FigurejSkating competition at the Sun Ck  Arena in Delta on May 11 and 14.  fhe Figure Skating Club is pleased with  this year's season and looks forward to  ?openiice nextflctober. In the meantime  adults.  ~ GOLF  Twenty-four" players from Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour and Texada  Island competed in the Lions Club tournament at the Sunshine Coast Golf Club on  Sunday, AprU 23. This year's meet was  organized by. Pender Harbour club  ' members Doug Haddon and Eric Attila.  Low gross winner was Bob Darney.  , Low, not winner was Mike Shanks. Both  arg Sunshine Coast Lions'club members."  -The Texada Island Lions club won the'  Devries trophy. The texada club will host  next year-s tournament.  the big girl was stopable. The  Pacesetters lost this first game 15���12/  after leading 5���0, but stormed back in the  second game to lead 10���3. Victoria, with a  strong bench, subbed in fresh players  Final standings in the tournament  were: first Victoria Y; second Smithers  Kanatas; third Sunshine Goast Pacesetters; fourth Fort Saint John; fifth Vancouver Chimos; sixth Prince George-  seventh Texrace Kemodes; eighth  Kamakaze.  Victoria and.Smithers will now go to the  Canadian Championships in Fredericton,  N.B. next month. There are extra berths;  available for teams who apply and can  "afford to pay their own way, and it is ex-  Playing -the - ninth- fairway-Tecentlyr���sorinS _two "Royal- Lifesaving   Society  Lome Mason got off a fine shot that    "  '    '   '    "    -      --  travelled over 400 yards. It seems^s ball  soared over the ninth green offto~the  roadway where it rolled down towards the  highway to approximately the eighth tee,  hotly pursued by Lome.  .; -,     ,     '    ,'.   ; ;    r~.,,#~--    m.w.u���f���; tllCil uwu way, ana ii is ex-  throughout this long contest and picked   pected that the Chimo club will apply for  away until the locals led by less and less,  -one of these berths.-Bob Cotter  Two lifesaving courses  offered at Gibsons pool  The GibsonsSwimming Pool is spon-  - - the cliib is lObking for a new instructortb!  teach group lessons.  RIDING CLUB  A reminder that the training Clinic with  instructor Lynn Saunders will be held on  Sunday, April 30. Phone 885-9295 for more  information.  LADIES GOLF  ^ Windy rainy weather didn't stop Wilma  ��� Sim from getting a hole in one on the 8th  green in. the Ladies Tuesday golf tournament on April 18. The match was won by  Norma Gaines with Wilma Sim placing  second.  Margaret Arbuckle won the regular  .nine hole match- and Greta. Patterson  came second.  At the Ladies Spring luncheon opApril  13 Margaret Arbuckle was presented with"  her hole-in-one pin.  GIBSONS WILDLIFE CLUB  On Wednesday, May 3, Art McPhee  from the Provincial Emergency Program  will be discussing land search and rescue  procedures stressing in particular what  steps to take when reporting lost persons  and the availability of outside help: Bill  Lawson of the auxiliary R.C.M.P. will  demonstrate the specifics vof search and  ^     rescue  techniques including  map and  ���.   compass work and radio communication.  From May through September the  ,    Inshore Rescue" Unit will be based at  Garden Bay to answer distress calls from  v.   Lasqueti Island down through Malaspina  \ Strait through WelcoraePass, as farsouth-  ^aJPTrail Islands. Last year using an in-  RUGBY      =��"  Ther Gibsons Rugby Club held their  Awards Banquet night at the Gibsons  Curling Club on Saturday, April' 22.  Following are the winners; Best Back Ian  Yates, Best forward Ryan Matthews,  Rookie of the year EMI Henderson, Outstanding high school player Rick Lawson.  The Gerry Ferris award went to Pat  Gaines and the Gary Grey award was  presented to Leif Mjanes.   ���  This coming weekend Gibsons goes to  beacons Field Park in Vancouver to play  the Den Stu Rugby Club from Tokyo,  Japan.  Bodycheck;  The courses run for eight weeks on  n ,    .   .-       c   -.-���v    Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon and consist  Courses beginning this Saturday, April 29,   of six hours theory and 12 hours JSJflSf  9XlS ������    n' For-registration in either of these  The Bronze Medallion Course_award-is   limited enrolment courses,  phone the  used   as   a1   standard, of   lifesaving���Gibsons Swimming Pool at 886-9415 or eo  achievement throughout the world. The   by the pool g  award requires the candidate rto possess  thenecessary-physical^treifetVsramina  and judgement to effect a body contact  rescue. Prerequisites: minimbmage of 14,  Red Cross Senior Swimmers Level or  equivalent (ability to swim 500 yards in 18  ��� minutes). ]__  The Bronze Cross Course~7offers~a  challenging and demanding program for  the Bronze Medallion holder. It provides  an enriched and  broadened  scope  of  technical knowledge and water rescue  skills. The Bronze Cross Award is the  minimum standard for a professional  lifeguard. Prerequisites: minimugi age of  14, Bronze Medallion (ability to swim 600  yards in 15 minutes). -  ���  Too fat? Too  "thin? Too tired'?  JEoooftenTDo  something for  somebody. ..  Your body!  Fitness is fun.  Try some.  r-  ��� -V af v*��^.Wel ��(,&& i  zaoKina  forb iunv  r"  Weather report  Weather April 15-21  i\  Lo  Hi Prec.  mm  11    12.7  9     0.3  11,   4.8  m-!:. 8.9  13y  18.0  -I (-���������������"i-  April 15 ,., ,,,;..i.....O  April 16 ,,.,.;.,,.; 5  April.17,,..'....,,; fl  'Ap'rll'll*'.'..; '..-..': 7  April*?,.,,,..,, ,;'7.  April20.:,,... ,, ,, 6     13     pil  ���Aprrl21.,..;.-..,,-,,,  4     12    17.3  Week's rainfall ~ 02.0 mm. April to'  ~$B.tef^m$mm  -  jApril 14-21,1977 ~ 10.9 mm. April 1-21,'  1977-54.0 mm. Jan.-Aprll 21,19^7 - 330.0  mln.        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(.iiAlwW  r..r..y���,u���. ,���..)_.���.  ~t-  ~f���  ^b��*��t��W*��'iW*iivsi,("'a��t����-{|( (^fcMv^aiiMKiiiir JMj'jSHt-jaiiTJ^/w  ���    '    *  I    ' ,' ��� M  _���<>!,  i i  '    :   .'/���'/������f-  Vw:.- ���  .    .     ~��~    -  The Peninsula Times  Page 0-3  Wednesday, April 26,1978  ** 4tp#* ��**���**���' **t  .    -,.   ,.4. *, .,:, ��� ./> *.ir. *>���<�� t. ,i,   ��.���    .^        _  .>       *      ��  '���i V.*'  T  Honorable Mention  Mike Nelsen  Chapman Creek  First Prize   ~~  Janice Edwards  Salmon Rock  :l  Best Local Scene  B.Edwards  Gower Point  Third Prize  Debbie Rhodes  *,mI*h*..i<-p(��*��  ���   .          '      '  ,........._,  Photo contest  '  W1111161S'.  THESE     ARE     the     winning  photographs of thti Kits Camera-  1  sponsored   Photo   Contest.   Photos  ,   were judged by Harvio McCraken,  fc-  Pauline Lawson and Betty Macedo   " < ���  and winners wero announced April 111.  *   J,p,  ��� 1  .,.,..',,-.  r  '     .*>,  , n..!M��'��'. -  ���v ��� i  .. /0ty��*ptfv1>>'*<*'-��*w im* mA 1��^**U* tJmt,'.. ,���',-,  l "u,��4..{M'V   ���"111*    ii,    ��-    W+1m*"fiv*  ''IWw*  '�����  "�����>  Second Prize  "nkins  Nob Hill  ���^WW��iw*iis��Mi^fi-";.-���i-  -���   i  A/s     ���',   '     ''  ��,|  " , ���   ��  i   .-  v>  Wi issWU1 ir~&ii��i"i "  ���   iww��*m*y"oriv^tA^f-^j,  P  Vi��1ii*�� WW**SW-j��*-rW(i�� ��at*MiMlfcTH1'��*f<p ���*  I-* ��s�� *��.* "ti-Wf, MupWWi, VK*    *n��i <�� !  a- rtjiw' j*H I'  "1 ;"J,""~  ''��� * "  <w:... v p   i  x . -8s-  .' -U.  :S:  ': ''*,-  -���Ot-  CBC Radio  Page 0-4  of love on Bowen Isle  A short sUSry explpring the apxbiguities  inthe mind and heart of a teenage girl on  the brink ot, discovering life and love, the  actioji centering in the old dance hall on  Bowen Island can be heard on Saturday at  -- 10:05 p.mrThe-author is,writer is Joan  Haggerty of Roberts Creek.  Another  local  connection   which  I  missed last week. Rev. Bob Faris, of the ���  coastal mission ship Thomas Crosby Five,  ���dsHhe^on^fdVlrsr^Ar-Yr-Fatisr^Iarine-  Drive, Gibson's Landing.  . Between Ourselves, Saturday 6:15 p.m.  celebrates the 120th anniversary of the  arrival of the first Chinese immigrants to  Canada, a country they describethas the  Land of the Golden Mountain. Not until  1947 was it possible .for them to become  Canadian citizens but1 they have con-  ���tributed-significantly--to���the- fabric of  Canadian life.  The Hornby Collection, .Saturday at  8:05 p.m. presents a portrait of Barker-  ^ ville, "Landscape with Tftmbstones"' by  Otto Lowy of West Vancouver.  Sunday,   and   Monday   afternoon  programming will be  pre-empted  for  special live broadcasts from Praguelof <the~  Canada-U.S. game from the World Hockey  Championships.  '  CBC-AM 690  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26- -  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. Festival  Singers of Canada ��� 20th centural choral  ���music*  Nightcap ���11:20 p.m. Jasori Robards,  actor. x  THURSDAY, APRIL 27 -  -ElayhouseL-^8:04-p.mm;-Live-Wires,~  ��� Karl-Heinz Stockhausen.  SATURDAY, APRIL 29  Update ��� 8:30 a.m. Roundup of B.C.  happenings:  The House ��� 9:10 a.m. the week in  Parliament. ~       "   '  Quirks and Quarks 12:05 p.m. Science  Magazine*  Opera by Request ��� 2:04 p.m. Write to  Bill Hawes, CBC, Box 500, Jerminal "A"  Toronto, M5W 1E6  Between Ourselves '��� 6:15 p.m. The  Land of the Golden Mountain.  The Hornby Collection 8:05  Landscape with Tombstones, by  Lowy.  Anthology 10:05 p.m. Dance Hall ���  short story by Joan Haggerty. Poetry by  John Thompson.  " comedy series.  Country Road ��� 8:30 p.m. Susan  Dibbin.  aK.\  Mostly Music ��� 10:20 p.m. Atlantic  Symphony Orchestra, Paul Pulford, cello,  Haydn, Stravinsky,    -   - -_���-=zry=-  Nightcap ��� 11:20 p.m. author Clark  Blaise.  FRIDAYrAPRIir28  School Broadcasts 2:04 p.m. Kelowna,  B.C.     *   _ ���   ���  Jazz Radio-Canada 8:30 p.m. Gary  Binstead Quartet. The Brass Therapy.  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. Alberta  Chamber Players. '      ,  Nightcap 11:20 p.m. Electronic music  SUNDAY, APRIL 30  World Hockey Championship ��� 12:30  p.m. Live from Prague ��� Canada versus  U.S.A.  Royal Canadian Air Farce 4:05 p.m.  Comedy.  ._ The Entertainers ��� 4:35 p.m. Old time  radio.  Symphony -Hall_ 7:05 p.m. Toronto  Symphony Orchestra, Margaret Price,  soprano. Richard Strauss, Bruckner.  Concern 9:05 p.m. The Italian Crisis.  MONDAY, MAY 1 \  World Championship Hockey ��� 12:30  p.m. Canada "versus West Germany.  Mostly, Music  ���  10:20* p.m.   CBC  Vancouver Orchestra, Bizet, Berwald.  Nightcap ��� 11:20 p.m. Interview with  -Bob Hope.��� __ _  TUESDAY, MAY 2  '   My Word 8:04 p.m. BBC quiz  Touch  the  Earth  8:30  p.m.  County Conspiracy in retrospect-  Nightcap 11:20 p.m. Art Theft, Part IL  Ideas 8:04 p.m. Wednesday ��� Ebla,  1,000 yearsbef ore MosesJ Thursday ���The~  Brain is a Hologram. Friday ��� Bittersweet, medical bad news for sugar.  Monday ���Freud re-visited.\Tuesday ���  Freud re-visited." 7    A'  __JRadiojQteniatlQnaL=JEriday-9404-p,mI-  Powell River News  Wednesday, April 26,1978  rQPK Bh.  p.m.  Otto  cQtUMB\N  W-.&-DAVE- HUGHES  trumpet for the Canadian -Forces  Naden Band as part of a 36;piece  ensemble giving free concerts on the  Sunshine   Coast.   They play   at  will���plajr���ChatelecK School in Sechelt ionight  (Wednesday) and at Elphinstone  Secondary in Gibsons tomorrow. Both  performances start at 7:30 p.m.  ��� Trinidad-born writer V.S. Naipaul.  Audience ���  Saturday  9:04  Hecuba, Part II.  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet  "Briilg the Gang. We've Got  One for Everyone''  fi.m.  Garcfen_ Corner  - By Groy Syrtlbhds"  3^V^.^-HJtyl*^.)ia^��-��w'il��   ,WV. -!,<- * SmS  Each year it seems that there are more  and different varieties of tomatoes on the  shelves of the garden shops and nurseries.  Not so long ago a tomato was a tomato  was a tomato, but now it seems this is  qualified more every season.. Whatever  the kind, however, there is no doubt as to  its popularity, second only, it i^claimed, to  green peas on the family table. Which is  quite a change from the times when the.  "love-apple" as it was called was  seriously regarded as a poison!  So now we have early and late, table .  and canning, patio and cherry, pear-,-"  shaped and yellow tomatoes, all' very '  delicious. Most gardeners like to try dif-  . ferent things, and tomatoes offer an^ excellent opportunity to gratify thlsrmodesT  'desire.'',     . ��� J ��� . ��� ��� ������ "k"A...   ,\  them with water. \  Once you have them growing in their  permanent home, cultivation is important  A good idea is to mulch them with some  kind of cover like straw���or old hay to keep  the weeds down and retain the moisture.  They must be tied to the stakes as they  grow but never so tightly as to strangle  them.  Pruning is the next vital matter. All the  little leafy shoots that show up between the  branches and the stem, all the little  laterals or sideshoots should be pinched off  as soon as they'appear. Once the,plants  are as high as you want them and the  season-is so far advanced that any more  fruit set would be too late to develop, pinch  Hey there, fellow square dancers^tang  ontoyourhats and a here we go with the  latest in square dance news on The Sun-  . shine Coast with The Country Stars.  Last Friday night with caller Harry  Robertson in high gear and over five sets  " on the floor we really had quite a time.  At coffee time I was at the far end of the  table and couldn't hear what the President  y-hadJp^say &fttione,.thing,,.niake^me  wonder. How come the Pres. didn't get to  the square dance till 9 p.m.? Any information on this late arrival would be  welcome. Maybe there is a great story  there that is untold so far.   Mary Wardrop and Ethel Scrimshaw  "admit to having another birthday but are  still only 39. Somehow I just don't understand. I imagine that next year they  will only be 38. My, what a fantastic way to  go thru life.  ' I had mentioned before that our  President Merrill Bowes had helped Harry  do a tip. Well, he helped again oply this  time he said that he had practiced a  singing call, a tune known as Island in the  Sun. Well, Merrill, Pres., Sir', I hate to tell  you this, but the sun hasn't come up again  for over five days. More practice may  help. This is only a/wild guess, not a  dfrthetopsnofth^ffiainTihoots-orgrowing���professional-opirUon:  had just been mentioned. Anyway a happy  birthday to you all.  At final count there were 22 Country  Stars and 27 community members. That  makes a, total of 49 a\\ told (well,' some  didn't) but I must say that I missed Janet  Allen and Mary Tinkley who a fetf years  back were the main instigators of square  dancing in The Welcome Beach Hall. Hope  to see you next time. '  ��� At this time on behalf of The Country  Stars we thank you all for a wonderful  evening. The food at coffee time was just  fantastic. The friendship of the Welcome  Beach Community members cannot be  surpassed by anyone and we hope that you  all enjoyed our demonstration as to how  modern square dancing is taught and  danced for fun and you all sure showed us  how to strip the willow, but J must admit  that our group were hot TOO good.  Harry and I thank you for the bottle of  soothing syrup and once again from our  square dance club to your community club  we thank you and hope that you enjoyed  the evening as much as we did.  Oh, by the way, What well known  mouse doth play while the cat is away,  hummmmm? And now I must say, have a  good day and -may God bless.  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A warm dry  i March continuing well itjto April changed  suddenly Into more seasonable If un-  ;���   welcome West Coast coldr rain ,and wind. ���  So the tomato plants) are still in tho cold  frame, open to.the air all day but closed off  at night.  First,, the all important matter of the  soil, Rich and loamy and slightly on the  acid side Is the rule, Most of us have our  own idea about "lonmy", but.to this  gardener lt.menns some light clay, mixed  with sand and a high proportion of humus.  This comes from previous years of  building up with compost, pcatrriosa pnd  similar materials. And hero a word of  caution. Heavy manuring will grow  tomato plants like crazy, but tho crop of  fruit will bo disapRp|ntlng. Potaph and  ''" phosphates grow seed and fruit, so1 rather  than load up with manure use something  like a 4-10*10 for fertilizing. The soil must  Iw "open" and easily warmed���no sticky  lumps or banl crust formation'to deny  ��� .oxygon. ������      p'p ���'��� '   ���','    ���' <p_ ������  ; Plan to stake yoiitf * garden tdrtiato  plants, ono stake per,bush of course, The  location must bo ns sunny as possible  bocauso, thoy aro real sun lovers, Plants  for sotting out should bo shortrjolntcd, that  1 Is with tho leaves'fairly closo togothor on  the stem.. Avoid tyll spindly plants "with  yellowish leaves, no matter how attractive  , tho price. Slnco tomato plants will grow to  four* feet ormnore," stwhes should*be five  feet tor bottor above ground, '���  Holes for plants must bo big enough to  tako tho roots without crowding and about  Wi foot apart according to tho growth  frpely fronKbo stem buried bplow ground"  sq it Is a good idea to sln1%thom to thojlrst  * leaf. Then water well to got thq floilphr-  tips.  The practice Of removing parts of the  plant to speed ripening Is not in this gardener's experience as a wise moVe. It  must be remembered that leaves feed the  plant and if they are taken away to any  large extent the whole organism must  suffer. Never let the plants get dry���this is  , vital. Always water from below. Some  growers keep a movable roof shelter over  their tomatoes, raising it as the plants  grow, This protects them from the rai,n  and the danger of split fruit. '  i    May\all your tomatoes of whatever  ..shape,,size.orcolour..betruc'Lovefruit'.!, .nodoubthavojoinedtheSOorsolub^Ethol,-  brlnglng a bountiful reward for all tho caro   how many birthdays do you celebrate in a  bestowed on them. ' .   > given year? Somewhere I thought tliat you.  April 22 ���', ^heJ2buntry Stars motored  up to the Welcome Beach Hall where, we  joined the Welcome Beach Community  members for an evening of fun in square  dancing, contras and ballroom dancing.  Caller Harry Robertson MCd the  evening and we had quite a time keeping  an oye on our President Merrill Bowes.  Even his good Taw Louise had a time  making him bpbave. I think ho has a  severe case of second and third childhood  overlapping.  Phyliss Mooro, BUI Fraser and Ethel  Scrimshaw celebrated their blcthdaysand  ''pp''*pp^-p.v^j^  -,   .  '   ,'     T   ' ��� ' '   ��� ' p' t  ftPAeu' '���  ������m*i'":"~  tovttVv  ���"vS&tj'-'-r-*  Spring Lawn & Garden Care  ROCKERIES.LOW MAINTENANCE BARK  AND MULCH SHRUB BEDS ��� LAWNS BY  SEED OR SOD��CD(KPLETE LIN? OF FENCING  AND SHRUBS  WE OFFER A COMPLETE  GARDEN MAINTENANCE SERVICE  i , ';��������< ������   *  .Don't  Do Anything Twice-Call Us First  VERGREEN LANDSCAPING  R��E ESTIMATES gg5JJ033        **** MtlMAT^ "'&.  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Attend  the Church  of  your choice  NOTICE  The Annual General Meeting  of Pender Harbour & District Health Centre Society  will be held at  Pender Harbour Community Hall, Madeira Park  Sunday, April 30th, 1978 ��� 2:00 p.m.  Does Your Club or Group Report Its s  AA^1     ActivitiesltegiilcLrly to THe~Tiri2es?  SUNSHINE COAST �����  GOSPEL CHURCH  Davis Bay Road at Laurel  Davis Bay k  Sunday School .- 9:45 api  Morning Service ..-. 11:00 am  Evening Service i 7:00 pm  Wed, Prayer and Bible Study  Phone 88S--5296  "non-denominational"  Pastor Clifford McM iillen  THE ATLANTIC CANADA Mus- Sechelt May 26-27. The museum on  eumobile, produced by the National wheels explores the relationship  Museums of Canada,  will  be  in   between man and the sea and traces"  the geological, social, economic and  cultural development of the four  Atlantic provinces.  m  BookULaok.  By MURRIE REDMAN  UNITED CHURCH  ~Rev.'Anne~tte M:Reinhardt  ��� ���  886-2333   __9:30 am ��� St. John's, Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m. ��� Gibsons  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE*  Service-and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:'30 a.m. (except last Sunday in  month at 12:30 p.m.) Wed. Evenings,  '7:30.  All in St.'John's United Church.  Davis Bay.  ��� Phone 885-3157, 886-7882, 883-9249  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T-Nicholson, Pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve. at-St. Mary's, Gibsons  8:30"a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on the  Sechelt Indian Reserve  *��n  v*_i*-*    *<��,���/���"*-  ' 10:00 a.m. at The Holy'Family Church in  Sechelt  12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons.  I NEVER PROMISED YOU AJtOSE  _GARDEN_;by Hannah Green, Holtk,  Rinehart, Winston cl964.        '���  This is not a new book(copyright 1964),  but the fact that it was an awarding  winning film at the recent Academy  Awards presentations makes it of current  interest.     .   It is .suitable for both adults and  adolescents and-is, in fact, vitaliione isio  understand the ' mental illness,  schizophrenia. One of the beauties of  ~fieftgrfis that a human jsituation can be  explored fully, adding all_the colour  necessary to help-the reader-fully comprehend a given experience: a larger than  life concept.  The novel takes us into the world of  Deborah Blau, daughter of middle class  immigrants who try a little too hard in  their efforts to make the life of their bright  girl better than theirs. They are "good  parents" who sent her to the "best camps  and schools but who had no idea of the  suffering that their little Jewish daughter  endured in the prejudices; of^ oth6r  children.^D'eb'orah' who*" was in.ielligefit  enoiiglito see the love and good intentions  of her parents began, at an early age, to  build another world in which to escape, the  world of Yr.  In adolescence she yearned for companionship and found it in the Collect, a  body of counsellors from her secret world.  Her other world was friendly, comfortable  and beautiful. More and more she turned  to it for solace, and more and more it  demanded that she stay. The Collect advised her to destroy the Deboralrthat  wanted the real world.  Suicide attempts forced her parents t6  send Deborah to a mental hospitaf for  help.   It  was   not  an  easy-decision.  "They...looked like people in shock,- and he  , thought briefly: wound-shock���the cutting,  -^-away-of- a-daughten"   ' Fortunately, it was a good hospital and  Deborah was lucky enough to have a fine  doctor who was aptly named F.urii by the  Collect. The doctor helped Deborah to  fight the forces of Yr and return to reality.  The battle took more than two years.  / There- were regressions, successes and"  finally victory but not without sacrifice.  Deborah's high school education had to be  curtailed and she had to cope with a  society unprepared to deal with menta}  illness., "In \ovne ways reality was as  private a kingdom as Yr. The dimension of  meaning could never.be made plain to  people whose survival depended on,its  abridgment or eradication."  At one point in the book, Deborah explains how she welcomes the "pack", a  treatment in whiclrthe patient is wrapped  tightly -in-wet-sheets -and placedin^f irnr  restraints. The method helps patierjts to  -struggle with their violence but not do  _damage-tothemselves-Otjothers-Jtjseems_  cruel to the unfamiliar, but for- Deborah  who often asked for the treatment, it  meant'that she had" control over, her  illness. She would complete the treatment  feeling exhausted but knowing that  another battle with Yr had been fought and  won. "She rested, trying to save the clarity  that was permitting her to see downinto  .her mind."  Another aspect of the novel is the close  relationship established between patients.  Even in their bad moments, they seem to  have an understanding of and sympathy"  for one another. They could see beyond the  '- outer mask-of the sicknessrthrough,to the -  real person beyond. "They shared a rare  thing...a touching of minds, a touching of  feelings".  After reading this book by Green, you  might like to read another by her, IN THIS  SIGN. It is the story of a yo.ung, deaf  couple attempting tolive in a world that  understands their struggle as little as they  can imagine one that is not silent.  MMMMIMM��IMWMWMM��MMMMMM��M  S  Scout & Guide  AUCTION-RUMMAGE  SALE  -���  May 6th at Quest Electric  ~- for  DONATIONS  Phone 885-3669 or 885-3133  <,,,���.  x:  ,,.li)\..n.'���{..,.  /:  ���*#  Creative design and layouts for  newsletters, booklets and  advertisements. 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L  I ���  'I,  ii��*��!(teiaBs#^)��iBHv��i,'  w+fe^WMfi^V^'J '^���ir<mm:^&mt>1^J-*fe$Wl1  tmwrwfMff**^  t pMeho it*******     <-��i-^-��  ����� 9-' **t+Wk*fi iviWFIf**W1'mWBt��"ffniH^ WSW^f 4** Hr&'ipnit'  ��. i^t*rK#p��w��att�� w^^siftw^Mi-aiWtwn  ^**^fff_i%0f ,y "*f >w����iU>w n^gommm^M *  ^t^^a^*wi^^^?*riV'^***i3**''w'*B0p'*''",��*'^ ^a^p^qprmrmfmrn  A  .,�� \..-   ',.:', "  -H-  v  W  ., lri..,...'( If ,�����������'���.'������^���f  ,, ,,=��,!>,,  ,f  Page C"6 .j  Tbe Peninsula Times  THE RETIRING Sechelt May Queen   row: Darcy Young, Caron Hayward   Allan Van Velzen, Diana Cavalier and  and her, royalty smile one last time - (queen) and Jill Nicholson JFront   Vanessa Dixon.  for ttie camerar Left tonight, back -row; Heather Poole, Debbie /Sallows, ��� ���  Heinz, Sweet Mixed  32 fi. oz.  Heinz, bweet r  , PICKLES  PEARS  Halves or Sliced,  14 fl.oz   ���r  FLANKED BY HER' princesses, bearer in front of her is Dale Camp-  flower girls and ring bearer is .1978 bell, The Grade One flower girls are  Sechelt May Queen Susan McKibbin. Andrea Robilliard, Denise Foxall,  Susan's princesses are Liz Schulberg Jennifer Copping and Melody Pierre,  and Dawn Tymchyna and the ring  in Sr. Citizens Assn.  By ROBERT FOXALL  We had just returned from the April 21'  general meeting of Sri Citizens Assn. Br.  ��� 69 when we heard that Leo Hopper had'  succumbed to injuries received in an  automobile accident two weeks ago.  This was,a great shock to his many  friends and fellow members. Leo was an  active member of Branch 69. He had been  treasurer lot a term, had been a vice-  president and at the time of his death was  serving on the board of directors. He was a  great and Jolly friend to us all. Our sympathy goes to Edith. I understand that  interment will be in Illinois at the place of  his birth.  There will be a memorlalservlce at this  United Church in Davis Bay at a time to bo  announced, and a sendee Thursday, April  hanger are now available and members  are asked,to take at least one book each.  This draw will take place June 15.  A member j Mr ;A1 Mellis; has- built a  doll house, which was on display at the  meeting> (an excellent piece of workmanship) and the craft group are making  furnishings for it. This will be the subject  of a raffle to be drawn at our Christmas  Dinner. Besides the new members introduced at the beginning of the meeting,  the following had become members since  our last meeting -r- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred  Baron, Davis Bay; Mr. and Mrs.>.Ben  Firth, W<4 Sechelt and Ml\ and Mrs. Ed  Yarrow, West Sechelt.  The telephoning committee ig asked to  make a special effort to advise members  about the Spring Tea and Bake Salo to be  18 complete  homemaker class  On Ftiday April 14, eighteen  homemakers completed a six wqek  training course. Certificates were  awarded by Chairman of the Sunshine  Coast Community Resource Society  Boai'd, Agnes Labonte. v   ~ ~ ���  The course was co-ordinated by Mary  Percy, using guest lecturers^ practical  demonstrations and films. Each -student  completed a one week practical course  working in the"'co'mmuhity.  ��� Guest speakers at the Graduation were  Agnes Labonte; Bonnie Fry, dietician;  Sandi Reid, consultant, B.C. Homemakers  Association, and Linda Risebrough,  , director of homemakers. A luncheon was  served attended, by the graduates, guests  and special guests, of honour, numerous  senior citizens of the Sunshine Coast, who  are clients of the Homemakers Service,  The graduates are: Arlene' Baba,  Borta Berh, Amanda Bond, *Mqrie  Hanson, Pat Hogg, Janino I^rsen,  , Sharron McMillan, Esperanza' Martedu,  Koreen Martin, Valerie Marus, Hermina  Olflen, Shelley Scales, Aqnlp, Shepherd,  Hawaiian   -���������    ". ��> ,  PINEAPPLES  ea.  .Aylmer  TOMATO JUICE  48 fl. oz.  ^J^amcJA,  CATSUP  4-w-  %t \\m OZ.  Aylmer Harvard Diced  BEETS 14 fi.oz....  >^ief Boyardee'   #-  L  y''    \     ��  rf4limm&^  LASAGNA NOODLES  lib.  _Purlty_  All  Purpose  FLOUR  79  20 Ibs.  Sunspun Frosten    ^ Pinls or ���  LEMONADE ulxar'.  mv  Rupert Frozen Family Pack  FISH & CHIPS M ox.  99  *  27.,?.p.m Jn Boal.CfoapflJ,.15Q5,LlllooctRd^  Nortlfi Vancouver  A good turn-put,of members April 21  met now members Jack and' Kay Her-  , mlston and heard a satisfactory financial  report. We now have 255 paid-up monn  ^bors.  It was announced that Charlie Humm  "������'��� would take charge of tho Monday After  commencing at 1:30 p.m. Urge them to  attend and to bring a friend."  It was reported that the evening dance  hold April 19 had been a nriost enjoyable  and .successful affair. This concludes tho  dancing as a regular feature until tho end  of summer.     < .  Tho Executive Meeting scheduled for  Carpet,.Jowling.,,P^  Eldred-and mnny other members aro   absence   of   many   members  of   the  away on tho bus trip to Disneyland. executive on the Disneyland tour.  Reporting for transportation! and for Just before starting to write this I was  entertainment, Dave Hayward advised tho * advised that wo aro to havo a busload of  Fourth Thursday will take place as usual PowelllJlver Seniors pay us a visit on May  on April 27. There will bo bingo and then un I). WWII provide thorn with coffee and a  opportunity for other games and a refresh^ Htfit lunch and then show Uiem our  ment Interval. Dave also told us that/shopping areas and some of our scenic  planning at tho moment was in an-  spots. Be sure to turn out otfthat day.  tlelpatlon of trips to Powoll Rlvor (about  tho end of May), a visit to Pemberton and  later a trip to Park & Tllford Gardens.  Uter In tho summer Is tho possibility of a  tour to BarkorvHlo and of courso at tho  proper time, tho Seniors Day, nt tho PNE.  Sounds llko an Interostipg summer.  Attention was drawn to tho fact that a  nurpber ot books have been placed In tho  circulating library by Mr. arid Mrs.  Sevens,       ,,,,,/. .      ki... .'-.  Elizabeth Derby for the Wayn and  Means, Committee reported that the plant  - saknraa-well organised and that planning  fortho May Tea and Bake Salo la off to a  good starts Posters prepared -by Mrs.  Lillian Pctc^n .will lw posted right nfje^  '"; the plan^%����:-^.^^^^irxTi^>^nj��(r*-*  wero busy on articles for tbo draft and  noVolty tables. Tickets for tho rriacramo  .   ��� ���       ���'*�����.     .i p, ' i  Shop-Easy winners for tho month wero:  absent ��� Gllllo McLopd, Joyco Williams  and Joriri Pettlt and present ��� Iris Corbett, Dorothy Campbell nnd Eva  Hayward.  Webber, Susan Wolpert and Isobel Wood.  Donations sought  for Scout-Guide  auction May 6  The'Secholt Scouting and Guiding  Associations second annual auction and  rummage sale will bo May 0.  Persons having appliances, furniture,  'gardening tools, etc. which thoy would llko  to donate are asked to phono 005-2002,005-  .0440 or. 886-3069 for pickup, AH,procccds go  to scouting nnd guiding activities.  am. mm   mm   ammmrn >  >'    'mm   U   hmmm'  m^-'m_imm '��^lMa ^.^^^^.^^���^y.^lm^     "'  ''':'& fflotiM  'AAH'i'A  Campbell's  ��� I^tty^|t9^  BROWNIE  mmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmm  imi'.i^x^iiikA.^iit'if-'My  Ifi 22 oz. ���};:'!..:���!',<yy  '"'"���''' ,,,'BJ ,ii',iniiiiitini| nil  I/PX,  p��ip.p.p.'��'.. ��� 'p.';.'i��;'��>!. .(��� �����-*.�� ������'������''����� .��;��������� ���'���:���*  ���H�� iiiiiiiimi��w��.��im��iii����.����������ww������<���  leij^l&i  :: SiJrtllgb|^|oW^^^;'  ^y,y:,m:i;y ���������:���.��  I; ',',.  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