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 ���!<//_ -  ���jyr  ^  Hydro spokesman 'doesn't know'  Hydro should rel  report, says offie  Responding to suggestions that B.C.  Hydro may plan to skirt further public  discussion of the Cheekye transmission  line by withholding the second section of a  consultant's" report, a "Ministry-of-the  Environment official said last Wednesday  he would consider such action a violation  of provincial guidelines.  Dr. John O'Riordan, assistant director  ofjhg^ Environment and Land Use Committee Secretariat's Special Projects Unit7  acknowledged that the Beak Consultant's  report detailing the proposed'transmission  line crossings from the mainland to  ���^Vahieouver-Island was in the-hands~of_  government ministries.  He said he did not know when,, or if,  Hydro planned to make the report public,  but added that it was,hisNopinion that the  corporation had plowed ELUC guidelines  thus far in the project and he had no  reason to think they would not continue to  do so.  ELUC is one of two provincSThodies  which must rule on the acceptability of the  proposed transmission line. The other4 is  the B.C. Energy Commission, which has  asked Hydro to justify the line in terms of  the island's projected energy  requirements and alternatives for energy  production on the island.  A flydro* public relations spokesman  contacted by the Times Friday said he did  not know what the corporation plans were  for; the second sectionof the report.   A ���  He said that information would have to  jc-omeLfronLlS^ Charles  Nash, but that Nash was out offfielftficeT  and could not be reached before Monday.  "My recommendation is that Hydro  should release the documentation oh the  mainland to Vancouver Island crossing  and re-look at the Sechelt Inlet to coast  alternatives," O'Riordan said. "I don't  feel that the requirements aremet until  that is done."  Many of the 42'residents attending the  Madeira Park meeting with O'Riordan  expressed-a deep-rooted distrust" of  Hydro's intentions,  "For  months  now,"  said  Egmont  "resident Iris Griffith, "Hydro has been  dealing .with us in a way we don't apr  Serving tho Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins  Landing   Granthams  Landing   Gibsons.  Roberts Creek.  Wilson Creek   Selma Pork, Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb""Wadeira Park   GorderTIay    Irvines Landing    Earls Cove.: Egmont  J.ARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16^No~  2nd Class Mail  Registration No.  1 142  Phorie  885-3231  scarry*-*y  Uhion <^��^<w Label  16 Pages ��� 20c Copy  Wednesday, August 30,1978  predate. If nothing else, you should leave  here knowing that." - ^ S  Responding to a question from Dick  Tarnoff as to why Hydro was investing so  much money in the transmission line study '  prior to conclusion of the study for the B.C.  Energy Commission, O'Riordan said the  corporation needs a substantial-lead time  for such construction projects and that  their current projection is that alternative  power for the island will be needed by the  early 1980s.  "Because they plan something, doesn't  mean they are necessarily going to build  it,'���'��� O'Riordan said. He pointed to the  McGregor diversion as a project which  was abandoned by Hydro after substantial  investment because of environmental  problems.  Although O'Riordan said he was under  a professional obligation not to discuss the  new consultant's report, he told Bruce  Woodsworth, who has been serving as a  ���See Page A-3  A Pesticide Appeal Board decision is  expected this week in the appeals of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District and  resident John-Grames*  The board last Monday heard two B.C.  Hydro officials defend the corporation's  application to treat two Pender Harbour  rigWrofc-way sections with the herbicide  Tordon 10K.  Rebutting Grames' and the SCRD's  ���expressed_jconcern about water contamination by the herbicide, Peter Mosbyr  vegetation /nanagement supervisor for  Hjjdro, read from a June 1 letter written  J^prqvinc[aV Pesticide Control Board  headTBayne Vance. ^~~  In the letter Vance said that since a 1969  regulation establishing "a 10 meter  pesticide-free zone around all bodies of  water "monitoring of permits by various  agencies shows that water contamination  has not occurred where this condition was  imposed and adhered to."  The  lO-mc^. i,{de  huffer   strw   is  required under Hydro's local amplication.  Kegionaf Board Chairman Harry  Almond had testified the previous Friday  that during a tour of herbicide-treated  right-of-way areas he made last year he  found dead {rees immediately adjacent to  Water courses. ^  Mosby acknowledged .Monday that  soiipe small stream beds had been sprayed  over prej/iously but'he said he had been  told by an Environment Canada official  that in his judgement the restriction applied only if water was present in a stream  bed at the time of spraying.  He noted, however, that a total of 10  water samples collected by Ministry of  Health and Ministry of Environment officials in the vicinity of a sprayed area on  the Sechelt Peninsula found no trace of the  ^herbicide used, Tordon 1P.1.  ' He saidTthe samples AM^re taken during  the rainy season after the herbicide  program^ a time when sny remaining  herbicides "would likely be ^^-hk.y '**"  Mosby said, however, he was not aware  of any government water monitoring  which had followed 10K application.  He said residual effect of the chemical,  the active ingredient of which is picloram,  extended for 12 to 18 months in the coastal  environment. 7    .,  ���������'��� Hydro's most,extensive previous experience with 10K, Mosby srid, was in the  McLeese Lakearea about three years ago.  He said 10K was applied by fixed' wing  aircraft there over about a 300 acre area.  "It is a very- efficient-plant killer and  we have been very satisfied where we  have used it," he said.   .  Mosby also attempted to undermine  prames' appeal by pointing out that  Homesite Creek, from which frames  draws his water supply, crosses the right-  of-way almost two miles from the nearest  spot to be treated and is in a different  watershed.     A'  ��� -  ' , Appeal board Chairman Walter Valter  ���See Page A-��  GIBSONS   FIREMEN   fought   a derwood was filling the tank of the further   fuel.   Firemen   directed  propane tank fire Friday afternoon as camper at right, owned by Kenneth torrents of water at the tank for about  police, fearing an explosion, blocked Wells of Pratt Road. A leak developed two hours in a successful effort to  off Highway 101 between Pratt and and Horner speculated that it was keep it cool arid prevent an explosion  Park. Gibsons VFD Chief Carl Horner ignited by a pilot light in the camper, and remained at the leaking tank  said the fire began about 4:10 p.m. as Heat from the blaze popped the safety until a replacement was brought from  Coast Industries operator Kim Un- valve in the main tank, providing Sechelt about 11:30 that night.  apologize to  OnCe? again regional directors have  rebuked Area A Director Joe Harrison  publicly for remarks he made to the press  regarding a water supply to the proposed  *���         _  over residents and that the district had  attempted to impose takeovers of water  systems in other areas. ~  Harrison, however, was not present at  of ��� SCRttst&ffv���"���*  Harrisdn said Wise was supplied with a  quantity of SCRD information including  .petition forms, a list of property owners "a  Mii!haef-^iV1sr-sutJdivision: in  Pender^ to a  possible  Harbour.       ^ ^r-iJe caMe armed to the August 24iPU���   "' '  **"'  J3ut aiJastliTfiur^ay-night?s--I^  Utilities   Committee   meeting   when   position in the matter.  directors again attacked Harrison for  making "irresponsible" statements to the  press, Harrision was present; to defend  himself. '        ��� "'",������>?:������" l  "It stand by what I say,'', Harrison told  directors after refusing a request from  Area B Director Ed Nicholson to apologize  to the board.  "Then I guess we'll have to stand by  what we say," answered Area F. Director  Berni Mulligan who had said at the" August  17 Sunshine Coast Regional DlstHct board  meeting that Harrison '.'suffers from a  real acute case of verbal diarrhea."  Directors launched' a verbal attack  against Harrison at the August 17 meeting  after, an article appeared ln, the Coast  News with statements by Harrison implying that the SCRD's public works  department: was  favouring  developers  "f'ye tried to abstain from personal -  attacks," he said,_ adding that his main  concern was that "Wise was circulating  Misleading information to Pender Harbour residents with the apparent blessing  Times office  closed Sept. 5  The Peninsula Times office will be  closed Tuesday, September 5, in observance of the Labour Day holiday.  The office' will re-open September 6 at  8:30 a.m. for business as usualr Deadline  for news and advertising will not be affected by the-closlng.  Kleindale water system.  ^..Harrison said the cost figures wgre  misleading because they were based ori  Wise being included in the SCRD water  system although he is still legally a part pf  the South Pender Harbour Waterworks  District.  The director also took exception to the.  information being released to Wise  without his or the board's prior knowledge.  "This information has always .been  available to ' everybody; nobody was  keeping anything form you," said Sechelt  Director Morgan Thompson.  Wise, who attended, the meeting and  was allowed to speak despite Harrison's  protests that he was not on the agenda,  told the board that he feels "unjustly  vilified by the whole matter.  The developer handed in 31* signed  petitions in favor of a SCRD water system.  He said the signatures were acquired"  ���See Page A-3  Fearn heads unique NES project  ���::,-"��� l��t-  IT ~WA&'��AlX*��miles-Friday��-after---  noon, but a fow of tho klda In tho  , Wita CreeR 'Summer Fun program ;  .admitted lo havingb^eWkJusv'n* irtwj  if tgfttencd earlier ^henj lightning  bolt sM thla former tea J��La-large          mt-.,-.   -, -   "    '   ���" ' " '   ""  cedar crashing to earth Just a few feet  from the,daycare xontro - where Uie  Children were spending the night> An  dcctrlc>wek knoWed out of a whll  docket byr the hlast showed" that the  lightning struck at 4jS8 -��mr>Mlt w����  llko n giant explosion," said ono boy.  The chlldrcp wore spendloff ^e.niflht  at the centre aftor'min thwarted a  planned camping .tripr-"���  When Ron Fearns starts school In a  couple of weeks.^he's going to have a lot of  people looking anxiously over his  shoulder.  Most of Uiem won't bo literally behind '  him, but officials and admlnstrqtorn for  both the local school district and tho  Sechelt Indian Band, as well os a number  of provincial and federal officials, nre  going to bo keenly Interested in Fearn's  progress.  Tho former fisherman, logger,  longshoreman and Egmont prlnclpal-  tcachcr hns been selected to hond tho  Sochelt Native Environmental Studies  Pi^jp��g^~^-iihlqiio "teaching "project  which, If It Iff successful, may become a  model for similar programs around  Canada,  NES is a Joint project of the ^Sechelt  Indlon Bond and School District No. 40 and  It Is unllko other school programs ln  almost every respect.  First, in Ha setting. The school la  located at tho band's Tsoouhdie Reserve   (Deserted Bny ^* nrilHOlntetr JSlte"sovoral  miles south of Princess Ix>uisn Inlot off  Jorvlfl Inlot.  Next In tho courso of study. Tho  program offers individually tailored study  coursfcs for qach of thftJQjjljidents accepted for NES , Traditional courses such  . ns mathematics, language, social ntudlcs  nnd science will bo taught In an Interdisciplinary style with an emphasis on  learning through doing.    '  As Its namo Implies, the program will  _ Immerso sjtu<je|ita^  WSh 'wiH^aTliure and will stress cn-  " virfihmontai "relationships,    group  cooperation and solf-r^llnnee,  "   jni��JludfintB(.ia boys ami io girj?j, win  "Ttitcnd tho school oh an extended day  program fi'om Monday morning to Friday  noon. Both staff and students will return several year^ of preparation -and fund  home each weekend. raising by the band and the school district,  "A few years ago, a program like this as well as a change In attitudes,  would have been Impossible hero," says        The safety requirements of tho project,  Fearn. particularly with regard to travel to and  The possibility of it now hns required  k;-^':,i;-0v"i,ii; '���" <t__k  mUht.lil i iVVUfaS A |     '<* "MVtMHP  Rv* a  i i j.' i' i' i   \ ' .. 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'(���*   t a  " '   l>  i i. y..,  V  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 30,1978  v  Dennis Fitzgerald, Editor.  EDITORIALS  \A free press is the unsleeping'guardian of  everyrther right that free men prize."  ^^~-~ ��� Winston Churchill  An important meeting  The volunteer fireman's job often  looks deceptively like a piece of cake.  The fire alarms rings, the fireman  drops whatever he's doing and rushes  to the scene. A little excitement, the  gratitude of your- neighbours,- and-  none of the perils associated with the  industrial or multi-storey fires in the  city. y  Well, maybe that's the way it is  some of the time. But fires have^a  funny tendency for starting at inconvenient hours. In ttie middle of the  night, for instance.   J  The occasional real danger of the  * job was also drmatically underscored  last Saturday during the propane tank  fireint^ibsonsrPolice^setuprroad^  . blocks and steered motorists well  away from the blaze because that  tank could have exploded at any  moment. As far as anyone at the  scene knew, the tanks was going to  explode.;-. ..>,-..k;,.r  ^-It was a frightening possibility, but  nevertheless there were a dozen guys  standing just yards away from the  fire shooting torrents of water over  the tank; ,        ^  Nobody told them they had to be  there. They weren't being paid a  nickle for risking their lives. But  there they were. _  The community owes the Gibsons  Volunteer Fire Department under  Chief Carl Horner a resounding thank  you for their performance Saturday.  And to both the Gibsons firefighters  and the peninsula's other volunteer  fire crews equal appreciation for  thefejconsistentl��prompt and capable,  -actions.  These men rand, yes, women, too,  don't get a lot of recognition for their  effojts. But we can't think of another  local group which is viewed with  moire respect by every sector of the  -comiilunTty:'^ -     ��  Between the lines  Appealing to reasph  By Dennis Fitzgerald  A vote of thanks  . Although Sunday afternoon is  traditionally atun^-it>Hc��lax with^  family and friends, this Sunday if you"  live in Area B (from the Sechelt  village boundary to Wood Bay), you  might make a point of attending an  important meeting concerning the  future growth and development of  your area/  On Sunday, September 3, a settlement plan meeting will be held at  the Welcome Beach Hall at 2 p.m.  Representatives from the Regional  District will attend to discuss such  matters as land use and the location  of commercial, industrial and  residential designations in the area,  as well as desired population den  sities.  Attend the meeting ��� leKthe  Regional District know your plans for  Area B.  GORDON WILSON outside his teacher who is teaching a Continuing  Middlepoint log home. When finished, jpKrcation course called Energy:  the house will be solar and wind^Solutions to a Rising Crisis at  powered and will probably last for 200 Chatelech Junior Secondary School  years. Wilson is a Capilanp College    starting September 28. .  The energy crisis is  We are pleased to name Hydro District  Manager Erick Hensch as recipient of the  "Run that one by once again" award for a  statement he offered the Pesticide Appeal  Board in Vancouver last Monday.  The  pleasant  but  much-besieged  gentleman was describing to the board his  vantage points in taking a--number ;pf  ^photographs of the Pender Harbour right  of way proposedfor herbieidetreatment.  Having just pigppjnted the scene of one  the next exhibit and  photograph was  ���lace, facing.the  but sho^ng something  picture, he Hel<  told the boards  taken from the  same direction,  different."  Everybody follow that? Good.  The secretary for the appeal board told  me to expect a decision on the. herbicide  appeals probably.4his" week. I may be  proven wrong by, the time you read this,  but I would guess that the board will'reject  the appeals.  - There was very little substantive  evidence showing that the herbicide  Tordon 10K application constitutes a  demonstrable hazard ,if applied according  to environment ministry guidelines.  About the best the appellants were able  to do was demonstrate that local residents  are concerned,.point out that there is very  little known about the long-term effects of  the'^^"herbiciiSer-and---nit-pick--at- the  testimony of the Hydro witnesses.J  Under those circumstances, it seems to  'me that the board would have to harbour a  philosophic   opposition   to  herbicide  programs in order'to su^ainthe appeals  ��� and presumably the board does not  harbour such a philosophic opposition,  crisis  Reflections  A dazzlteg storm  By Vem Giesbrecht  y  y  A  A  I saw. a man tottering^along the high- animal husbandry on Bob and Joy  way the other evening. A drunken slob Graham's small farnv in Gibsons has  stumbling home after too much whiskey in shown these ��� notions to be false, and, in-  alocal piib, I thought as I walked past on deed, awakenMinme dee^ admiration for  ^e^ftei^de^f^e^igh^yv-Bttt-^en-his���theseH^hning4ittieHereatuFes  During a couple/of stints of looking,  after the Graham's menagerie ofgdats,  chickens' and rabbits this sumiher while  tija family was on vacation, I never once  saw the goats so much assniff at a tin can  or Ineaker,' though Hip ir diet included  thistles and forbidden fruit such as a  sizeable portion pf the pea patch, the milk  is white and^doesn't taste bad at all,  especially "til puddings, and I got no  response^wnen I referred to the two goats,  bothjemale, as "nannies."  ifaylng learned the hard way how  ^frustrating it can be to milk a goat without  having a clue, Bob prudently gave me  lessons before leaving the farm ih my  hands.  The task looked straightforward  enough, I thought, watching Yum-Yum,  the younger of the two goats, jump up on  the milking table. There's an udder full of  milk, two handy teats to pull on (cows  have four, so this should be a cinch) and a  shiny pail to fill.  Boh shot thick streams of milk thundering'Into the pall, his hands working  rhythmically nnd swiftly.  "Now you try lt," he said,  1 gave a tentative squeeze, producing  . not a drop but sending the milk back up  Into the udder. Stifling his laughter, Bob  again demonstrated tho two-part motion  that does the trick: pinching off the top of  the teat with the foreglnger, squeezing the  milk out, releasing to let moro milk flow  down, :opeatln^.  Mow the procedure sounded even  simpler, but I didn't make a breakthrough  . until n few lessons later. Onco I got the  hang of lt, It was child's play, and I soon  forgot nbout my fumbling early efforts,  nbout squirting milk up my sleeves, ovor  Bob's pants, over Yum-Yum's legs.  Taking tho goats out to, graze and.  bringing them In wns nnother minor nd-  venturo. Yum-Yum und hor mother  Farrier were most determined crcnturctl  and surprisingly powerful and only by  keeping them on a tight leash did I nvold  being dragged through the bush or  wrapped up like a mummy In their chains.  Yum-Yum was a bit of a cry baby, often  bleating plaintively for attention. When I  went out to check on her, she'd look at mo  wondorlngly with her, brown nnd amber  eyes nnd butt mo gontly. Once I watched-  Yum-Yum and lior mother stage a  vlgdTous butting dlspli/y Inside tlio fence.  If they crashed Into me like that I'd split  open for sure, I thought," but so for they've  shown llttlo Inclination to knock" heads  with me, :       ��� ��� ���-  They seem to be affectionate animals.  Once, whcn^I wns milking Yum-Yum,  Farrier sidled up to mo nnd began, dare 1  sny It, whispering sweet nothings In my  ��*tv I w*sple��s��d, of course, ��rKl stroked  Iter dapper little beard In return, but later  I wondered about the Incident. What If  human oars had replaced Un cans inn  goat's woll-bfllanced diet? Fortunately, I  didn't hnvo to replace ono myth with  another.  "'erratic coursehegan to worry rrie. What if  he wandered on to the highway and was  struck down on this dark and rainy night?,,  "You all right?" I called across to him  ��� a silly question; really, because I could  plainly see he vyasn't going to make, it far '  unaided, ���-,..'  Half an hour later,! was drinking tea ih  his kitchen, learning about his life, admiring pictures of his grandchildren,  discussing politics, the nuclear arms race,  and the future of the world.  *;��� It was interesting to observe how he  was transformed in my mind from a  "drunken slob" to a human being who hajk  faults and strengths and fears and Ujved  ones, just like we all do.  It was after'l a.m. when >ve shook  hands for perhaps the fifth/time, and I  went home, reflecting jort the curious  circumstances, of. our ,  I've gazed up^auhe Eiffel Tower, sailed  down the tflifne, explored crumbling  castles frorfi medieval times, stood on a  ountalntop or two, but these experiences  pauKjSefore the simple, vivid pleasure of  ' being^Dav^ Bay during a rainstorm.  ��� The beach Is a wondrous place to be at  any tlmo but when the sky darkens and tho  winds lifts I bundle up nnd brace myself  for exquisite joy.  The sky Is endlessly fascinating as the  grey and black clouds blot out tho sun and  race across the horizon to signal die approaching storm. Sometimes shafts of  sunlight escape momentarily, giving tho  scpne the dazzling und striking beauty of a  Turner painting.  Seagulls wheel by on tho swirling air  currents, trees and bushes whip back ond  forth in the rising wind, n lono tugboat  braves the waves, the surf dashes noisily  up tho beach, tlio blissful ducks bob in tho  trough of the waves ��� nnd then the rain  begins.  How marvelous lt Is to be drenched In  the storm, closo to the reassuring lights of  tho homes along thwnhoro, mjriutos away  from warmth and^-comfort and tho  soothing music of rain on Uie roof.  By TERRI BRANDMUELLER  The teacher of a Continuing Education  course called Energy: Solutions to a  Rising Crisis says there really isn't an  energy crisis in Canada right now-  "But there is an attitude/<frisis," according to Gordon Wilsorf a Capilano  College teacher who is trying to conserve  as much energy as possible in his own  environment.      X'  His own phonal energy conservation  pfojectfotthelast year or so has been his  immense log house at Middlepoint which  will eventually ^ise the sun and wind as  pow^r sources.  A- "Energy conservation is a subject vei  close~to his heart," says Continuing  Education Coordinator Karin Hoemberg.  Hoemberg said the demand for Wilson's  type of course on the peninsula is great  because there are already several people  experimenting with alternate sources of  power;   ..'     '. ^ L ���'''' ���;���'���������'       "  "His knowledge and resources will be  invaluable to these people", she-sai<J.  . Wilson collected this knowledge first as  a resource, geography student at UBC and  then as a result of extensive personal  research on energy conservation.  ' "It became a challenge to me," he said.  Wilson studied the, impact of resources on  the environment and came.to realize that  helped clear portions of The 10^ acres the  house sits on, besides being a source of  meat, eggs4 and milk.  With a garden and green house, Wilson,  his wife and two children hope the  household will be as self-sufficient as  possibles The house itself, designed by  himself and Gibsons architect Kevin  Ryan, will probably last 200 years, he  says. . ���'.���'_ \7 ���'-. ...  > "This whole house is a reaction against  the impermanency of the^verage;house  and the disposable spcMy."> . ;   - -  .  It?s not too bad this initial appeal involves Tordon 10K rather than, for instance, Tordon 101. The. active ingredient  of 10K is picloram, a relatively long lastiiig  herbicide but one which has not been very .  thoroughly researched. Tordon 101, which  has been? in more frequent use here,  contains 2,4-D, and if the debate about that  substance is far from settled, there is at  least a wealth of research to draw on.  It's hard to make a convincing case  against picloram. Merriam Doucet, the  SPEC pesticide expert, told me about a "  year ago that she^pealiy wasn't very  concerned about, picloram. The real  baddies in common usage, she said, are  2,4,-D an^its cousin 2,4,5-T.  If .this appeal does go against the  Regional District, I hope it won't  discourage them from further such attempts in the future. The large majority of  residents here ��� and I count myself  among them-��� are opposed to large scale  use of herbicides as long as any  reasonable, even though more expensive,  alternative is available:  We are poisoning our environment, and  -in the process ourselves, in a thousand"  ways every day with an incredible variety  of chemicals about whiph we know very  little. It seems madness to continue in this  trend looking only, at the short-term cost  advantages.  *   ��   ���  Speaking of things we know very little  about/whatever happened to our hot-and-  heavy garbage debate, you may ask.  At last report the; whole tiling.was  tossed into the lap of Director George Gibb  and a committee patched together with  more concern for its political balance than  for the task at hand. Then George went on  vacation.  A consulting enginper was hired to sift  throughourlocai garbage and file a report  pn its frueWd exact quantity and composition. Weliaven't been up to the dump  lately, but if you're up there'and stumble  across, a gentleman who seems as interested in weighing rotted vegetation as  stripping junk cars, it's probably Pat  Benjamin.  Presumably, as soon as George is back  in town the committee will begin Its "wot?  in earnest and return a report in time for'  the board to make a decision which can be  funded under next year's budget.  I'm sure the whole tiling won't be  procrastinated to the point where we wind  ^p.anothei^panic4tec^ton=maldng.aaind^  Pretty sure.  Crown lease  Environment Minister Jim Nielsen has  announced a new policy for determining  Crown land recreational lease lot user  fees. '" ���"' "���  The new policy will "reduce fees  charged to many existing lessees, and will  generally make recreational; lease lots  more affordable to the public. Also, for the  first time, the cost of recreational leases  will decline instead of t^e past record of  rising substantially every five years,"  said Mr. Neilsen's ministry.  The new fee schedule, effective April 1,  1978.     ������".-... \ /��� ��� :���"'.:..r:yyr:  The following is part of a continuing  series about the people who work behind  the scene&xof the CBC Beachcombers  ^production m Gibsons.  By MARVANNfexWEST^  The insatiable appetite of, the press  - for the dramatic an^ sensational is  probably responsible foe the stereotype of  the film director ��� flamboyant, larger  than life,.neurotic with a loud voice apd a  tendency to hysteria. I'm glad to report  that in my short association with the  Beachcombers, I haven't met one of this  sort!  In fact, I haven't even a faint  always that .you have to eat!) the  challenge of working with different crews  (you can feel when they accept you) far  outweigh the insecurity".  The director comes in several days  befqre filming is scheduled to familiarize  himself with the set locations, to make any  small alterations in^the script |and to  discuss the show withthe production staff.  ������ The day before filming begins a  production meeting is held with all the  crew. The script is gone over in detail,  giving the director the opportunity to  discuss all the requirements with 'the  technical crew, sound, lighting, camera,  die world was denendent onTetroleum   recollection of Michael Berry, who was   ,w*nmcai crew, souna ugnmig, camera  ^J" W��SSS Ul,T0leUm   directing the first time I spent half a day   P*euP, wardrobei and props, to iron ou  Until this summer, the only things I   Jcncw.about goats wore thoti.hcy ate tin  cans'iind old sneakers, produced strange-  tostlng, yellowish milk nnd wore called  "nannies" If they happened to lie female.  A brief but enlightening adventure In  Th e Peninsula^Mmh  ������-fnWfChrvl WrviiiKHd.'i)*; m -.V-ihtlt  ,   on \\X',\ Simshiin- ("inisl  by  'Ihi; IVnlnvula linivv,. > .  lol Wcsljiirs I'ulilli nl|i)ils I Ii,l.  '       Ml Si-clu-ll, \\,V. s  ll.ix.llll      Si-iIiHIJU'.' '    '    ; vniSMAn- -:-i.h���  prpducts ��� non-renewable resources.  ,','The Arabs could literally hold the rest  of/the world for ransom because of their  supply of the one thing that keeps Industry  going," said Wilson.  As a reaction to this apparent depen-  dnncy on resources that are bound to run  out, Wilson started looking Into alternative  sources and just where the Canadian  government is In pursuing these alternatives.  The first part pf Wilson's four-session  course will be an overview on tho energy *  situation In Canada and will outline some  of tho solutions the current federal and  provincial governments are proposing.  "We'll look nt tho question of nuclear  energy ��� Canada was a forerunner In tho  field," he said.  The second and third sessions of tho  course will outline the various energy  alternatives and will dqnl with the practical application of such sources as solar  power, wind generation nnd blo-mnss  fuels, and how theso alternatives can be  adapted to augment cxisUng energy  systems., ..,.. ���.,.���..���.,_.....!���  Tho fourth nnd final session will tako on  n moro general tono as Wilson talks about  tho real crisis ��� attitudes. "Energy  conservation'should be expanded to  become n socially cohesive movement thnt  Includes ^cutting tho strings of conventional powor sources," ho says.  During the course Wilson also hopea to  build a solar panel and explain how solar  voltalcs, which ho calls tho saviour of tho  energy crisis, can work In tho average  homo.  Meanwhile back ln his not-so-nvcrngo  homo, Wilson said the solar panels for the   roof will be built this winter.and will  hopefully bo In operation for noxt yoar,  Energy produced through tho panels by  tho sun will power a hot water heating  system which will |kj nlded by tho  auxiliary power source of his heatilator  flro place, "It's outrageous to waste tho  heat created In a fireplace when wood In so  directing pie:  on the, set! ������'"., V'  The Beachcombers do not have a  "resident" director as part of the crew,  although Hugh Beard, Merv Campone and  Brune Gerussl double on occasion, A  number of freelance directors from places  as diverse as Vancouver, Toronto, Winnipeg, and. Hollywood,' ps well as CBC  directors, come in during the season to  work on a couple of shows, and I've talked  with three of them, Rene Bonnicre, Allan  Eastman and Don Williams.  All three have at ono time worked on  staff for the CBC and I asked why one  would give up security to freelance.  Rene's feelings are probably representative of all froolancors: "The excitement  of change, of being open and receptive to  now opportunities, to Iks able. to some  extent to break trail (remembering  A handy  shelter froiii  l,lJlv2   JIJ.1. VclciJIf-iJIl.  Editor, Tho Times  It Is certainly comforting to know tliat  Uicro ore some security minded people in  our nrcn, Mr. Paul McMullen, who Is  proposing to construct a concrete bunker  In tho village of Sechelt, must hnvo our  best Interests nt heart. Wo ore, after all, n  coastal community nnd tho possibility of  foreign Invasion Is n constant reality. Mr,  McMulli?,! idea^  neighbourhood ptih Is a.good ono ��� wo will  all fool comforatblo Uicro when tho Invasion does come,  We can only hope that Mr, Killam uses  similar forethought ln tho construction of n  replacement for- Whltakor Houso. That  l'hom-HH!/'.U..U  >rmri*rr*0.*a*rr*if>**^J*tl*r*i��*0a*0*4  ��M��^S^VN^ll*V*Al  UuUdlniUjBUUQUjiluAajiQHthctlc ��nd  The Wilson home is already equipped   historic structure, Is, after nll.,70 years old  iiiu^  bunkers ��f!*d really bo safe!  Donna Shugar,  ��        Jnnlno Houghton,  ,  RobertsCreek'  any technical problems, pool ideas and  share with thpm his feelings about the  story. TWs is where expensive, last minute  hitches are avoided, where very specific  directives for the atmosphere and mood  the director wishes to create arc given to  the crew, where the smallest details are  examined and a consensus reached. ,  Treating each discipline separately as  we have had to do in thiFSerl(M may have  made you wonder, as It,did me, given all  theso personal and very Individual  viewpoints, It isn't some sort of miracle  that^any cohesive film results! That  cohesion is the responsibility of the  director ns creative leader of the crew. If  UiC production meetings haye reached that  level of agreement, everyone knowing  exactly where thoy arc going, then tho  director doesn't need to run around Uie set  shouting instructions. Tho director also  has a rcsponslbllty for the logistics of the  operation, keeping the work on tho agreed,  time schedule.  All of this adds up to the Importance of  good organization, and all the visiting  dlroctors agreed that thoy onjoy tholr  annual visit to Gibson's Landing, not only  for the pleasure of being on Uio West Const  but because It's n pleasure to work wlUi  such a professional and well organized  crow,  Allan Eastman, who works at present-  out of Hollywood nnd who hns worked for  the film company which makes tho Grizzly  Adams scries for TV, n company with  vastly inore money than Uio Beachcombers, soys It Is not unusual to bo expected to begin filming tho Adams series  without adequate preparation.  ^'Iioso Uireo dlroctors como from very  different backgrounds. Reno, born In  Franco, came to Canada to ��<WDrk in'lWs"  language of Slinkcspeare"; Allan, from  Winnipeg, rnnjorai In political science nnd  literature.at Uio Unlvorslty of Manitoba,  switched to his hobby of film ahd wont to  Uio Brltsol Film School In England. Don,  born In Stoney Plains, Alberta, camo to  cept from a myriad of small separate  pieces.  All look' with a certain dismay at  television's impact upon the art of fib*  making, of video's cheaper production  costs. But as we still appreciate handcrafted pottery, original paintings, hand  made clothing and.home prepared food,,  despite the technologicaladyances which  makes plastic utensils, prints and TV  dinners etc, cheap and readily available,  they are confident there will continue to be  a discriminating and supportive audience  for the feature film.  Each has of course personal reasons for  making films. Rene sees film as a  chronicle of life in our time, akin to  neolithic cave paintings, a Bayeaux  tapestry, the plays.of Shakespeare or the  stories of Dickens. Don believes the  medium can be. I used not only as a  chronicle but as a social commentary, to  get a message across to influence society,  a medium which can use comedy as __  poignantly^as.tragedy; Allan,-recoghisThg  theses qualities In film; is Just caught up in  the joy of story telling i^ its most dramatic  form. ,. ,  Film making In Canada ls no sinecure.  There is the problem of getting the  necessary capital, and the difficulties of  distribution and recognition ln an industry  dominated by tho Americans; Even though ���  sotting up the Canadian Film Dovelop- ,  ment Corporation has created nn Improved environment, Allan who returned  to Canada from Englund In tliat hope, has  since had to go to Hollywood because there  Is more , opportunity there, nnd Rene  compares, filmmaking ln Canada to buying  a lottery ticket: "You dpn't expect to win,  but you just might"!   ,BuL,mQney, Isn't ^really ihe  basic  requirement. Don feels as In any other  field of human endeavour thoro has to bo a  rich pool of amateur Involvement, In this  case local Uientro, dnnco, music, ^rltors  to creattfthe sort of excitement In which  , Uilent can bo developed, Like any other  craft, filmmaking Is' n compulsion you  dedicate yourself to for your own personnl  satisfaction first. Reno likened it to tho  stonemasons ut work on tho top of a Gothic  Cathedral, knowing thnt no-ono would soo  Uielr work, but who for their own.  satisfaction mado tho figures as perfect as  Uioso nt ground lq,vol.    Although to thoso - of us who t'fisunliy n  watch'ithoI'ptotoAikMto filrti ihukl'lig It iJp-  ponrs repetitive nnd boring, tho directors  assured mo that on tho contrary, waiting  for thnt momoot whon everything comes  together, the unfair-��� of intonation nnd  gesturo, immediately recognizable hy all  the crftw la vory exciting.  -., ,^^yoa��^o^wf-^SpUhu;<4iQiudiconibcr..  \ i\,\  with n humustat toilet, which uses no  water and produces nutrlent-rlch fertilizer, which will In turn bo mod In tho  Wilson grconhouflo.  Chickens  and  goats  hnvq  already  ___A:  film~fROTr��ttmp-"9Uigef''-'��ttmmer-p����t0ckrp>  enterUdniagatHwMidway, tho raoatrack, vlflWcrjfou.alioyld^iii.iteflUUJIiywny. Ixj  nowmnkes feature films im^nrtlpog. All" oblptorocognlstfCT.,",3:K<��rwUstyJeof onfli"  Uireo, howovpr, sluiro on obsession with director. It shows, itself In tho way tho  Uie creatlvo potential of film, the ex- story Is dovolopod, tho ntmosphoro  cltemcnt ln creating an urt form, a cloar maintained , nnd tho film edited, quite  and simple statement ,or n complex con-  npnrt from his nnnw on iho lint of eredlts,  tt-jt '    '�� ifi   ...,.��,���,,.->    |,I1,*N'��,H- "*"  lg$* , '      V!^"',*���,,"'*,'l,,���,'',���*1������,������*���^���������w���'���*���*���^!������'������',����*J*M'*",'  '" '' , ,...-.���.-.-��� -������������"   r  (1      H\lt\\  *V"> '  Jm-  r>"  N  i&*im fB��-*fg^sMW��rt��#��wt��ww *wfspS*HBfs#<%  ��*.<S��t|*'-Qi^^jg&'|^  W^sSeJ-WrtW^MWW^fW^WWWiwJ*  * ,   ' ,   ^^^^^WW^P* U-,7:  }7  ~r  r  MORE ABOUT . .  Wednesday, August 30,1978  Appeal board decision  ~u   "'P'V'"  ,.\:  N  ���From Page A-l  Raudsepp noted, however, that under the  -Pollution Control Act "any person can  appeal whether he is affected or not."  Prior to Mosby's testimony, Bill Roots,  right-of-way supervisor for Hydro's metro  division, told the board that it was he who  prepared and signed the application' for  the herbicide program, with Mosby's  approval.  Koots said the two right-of-way sections .  encompass a total of about 220 acres. The  corporation had applied to treat only 180 of  those acres and would- probably end up  treating only about 110 acres, he said.  He said both of the sections were  aerially sprayed with Tordon 101 in 1973  and that the northern section had also been  hand-slashed in 1976. He said tree growth  in both areas was now about 10 feet high on  the average.  Koots gave the appellants and apparent  break during questioning by Grames'  lawyer Gordon Turriff.  -Turriff was questioning Koots about a  notation at the bottom of the Hydro application which stated "some streams  used for water supply."  Roots explained that that information  was provided by PCB head Vance, but  when* he handed Turriff a letter sup-'���'���<  posedly in support of that statement, it  turnedu>ut to^b  memorandum from Mosby.        >    -  The memo referred to a previous Hydro  MORE ABOUT  ���From Page A-l  from the site, have been the subject of  much concern and planning. .      .    - ..  Former school bus driver Jamie Dixon  aluminum hulled crew boat for the 30-mile  trip between Egmont and Deserted Bay.  The boat is leased" by the district from  Marine Educational Services Association,  a Vancouver based society, on a 10 month  basis. It has full safety equipment including radio, i&aar and depth sounder  and is certified by the Ministry of Transport to carry 27 passengers and a crew of  two.  The students will spend the first week  of school on the peninsula where they will  undergo a program of orientation. This  will include an emergency first aid course,  water and canoe safety sessions in the  Gibsons pool, and a general brief ing oh the  rules and'procedures necessary for safe  and efficient operatiPn at the site.  A further safety factor isthe students-  themselves; fhey Were carefully selected  from ai^png 63 grade 9,. 10 add U applicants ivith considerationrgiyeh- to their. ~  maturity and sense of responsibility as  well as their interests and the applicability  of   the   program   to v their   situfyons.  -Scholarship was a ^a&or^ut^bt^a-^  determining criteria, says Eearn.  Fearn will be assisted by fellow teacher  Greg Miller, who^as formerly associated  with -an outdoor experience program  operated, out of Prince of Wales Schopl in  Vancouver. In addition to his duties as  boat skipper, Dixon will alscj offer carving  and design instruction and will function as  dorm supervisor for the boys.  Patti Harvie will serve as cook and will  oversee the girls' dorm. John Petersen  will handle -maintehance and caretaker  duties!  On site facilities now consist of two 12-  ,. bed dormitories for the students, one staff  and one caretaker's cabin, a combination,  kitchen-dining room facility and a 24-foot  by 40-foot portable classroom. Future  plans caUfor^onstmction ota-traditional-  long house and a guest cabin,  application for Tordon 101 aerial spraying  covering much of the same area included  in the current permit. (That earlier application was rejected by the PCB.) In the  memo, Mosby said Vance had told him  that it was the opinion of Ministry of the  Environment official Rick Morley that the  area mentioned in the application could  "practically be treated by hand slashing  and stubble treatment."  -Turriff succeeded in having- the-  inadvertently produced memo entered  into evidence, despite objections from the  Hydro lawyer that it related to a different  application and did not apply to the same  right of way area.  Following the Monday hearing.the  Times attempted to contact Morley^ in  Victoria, however, his office reported he  was on vacation and unavailable.  Vance told the Times that he could not  comment on an appeal currently before  the board. He said that in rejecting  Hydro's earlier application, his office  informed the corporation- an application  utilizing hand-slashing and stubble  treatment methods for the area Would be  approved. ���.������'"''.'    .������'..;���"���  The subsequent approval of the 10K  program "was based on our confidence  'that-it would hot be hazardous," he said.  - -Under^quesiionirig from the appeal  board, Roots admitted that there has been  "some confusion in the past" about what  constitutes a wetland and should therefore  not be treated with herbicides.  .    ��� ������,.���.���   ���       ^  -^He also saidr^I'mnotsure I know what  a contractor does in every case." Most  Hydro herbicides projects are contracted  out to independent firms.  In regard* to the  Pender Harbour  -pennit, however, Kootssaidatechnologist  would be sent from his office to identify  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  'areas which should not be treated. He  acknowledged that this was' not a normal  procedure and that the local project was  being handled with particular care.  He said persons with water systems  immediately adjacent to the affected right  of way would be notified prioc to start of  the project.  ���������������      ~   -  ., )-���������    ���   ��� ..���      ���   ���    .:'  With regard to the wetland area, he  said only about seven or eight acres pf the  affected right-of-way consisted of a bog,  but that vegetation in that area was not  sufficently high to require treatment of  any sort,  MORE ABOUT .. .  HOW TO GROW TREES INDOORS by  Penny and Cronan Minton, Doubleday'  C1978, 160 pages, $5.95.  THE WILD FLOWER GARDEN by  Roy Genders,, David & Charles (J.J.  Douglas), cl976, 155 pages.  The Mintons, having suffered such  horrors as dropping rubber tree leaves,  voracious indoor aphids and non-splitting  split leaft philodendrons,.went looking for  a book on house trees. Finding none, they  wrote their own.  The 160 pages contains information on  the care and propogation of the most  common trees. Surprisingly, many of our  "small" house plants can be encouraged  to grow to trees even though we seldom see  them that way outside of florist shops or  conservatories.  Your little ti plant, : jade tree or  Christmas poinsettia cany; witii patience  and the right treatment, become a small  tree. Although it is an over-simplification,  the main problem in growing house trees  seems to be overwatering and incorrect  placement. Overcare is as much a danger  to house greenery as it is to children or  goldfish. \^e amateur home-florists are  prpneJo^vematering and overfertilizing  bursts of enthusiasm and are often the  cause of planty destruction.  Ever in your only attempt at tree  growing has been |hat leggy avocado in  the corner, don't giveup. Take theadyice  of the HOWTO^GROW TREES INDOORS  book.  Roy Genders' book is a fragrant stroll  through a British July "dell and spinney".  It tolls about wUdflowjrsufe^way tiiat  retallsrnthT^magic" "of*ShakespeaTean  -sonnets���and���Medieval- faritasies.���JEhe.~  English of long ago.  "They may be used .. . also in sweet  bags and pot pourris to place amongst  clothes and linen or beneath a pillow to  induce sleep, the scent being released by  the pressure of the head upon the pillow  and warmth of the body."  Genders does not just wax poetic, he is  practical also. There are instructions for  the placement of wild plants along walls,  walks and around pools. The indices give  the sppcies names as well as the common  ones. They give plant colours, heights and  blooming times. The glossary helps when  it comes to wdrds like racemes, tomen-  tosa, or pratense.  THE WILDFIX)WER GARDEN is a  book that I have passed by often on my  book shelf, thinking it was just another  gardening book. It is one that can be enjoyed over and over again for its literary  qualities and |he unique information inside.  MORE ABOUTAk .  ���Hydro report  ���From Page A-l ���       _���    -  consulting geologist for concerned north  peninsula residents, that Woodsworth's  proposed  route  north  of  the   Sechelt  Peninsula was discussed in the report.  Q'Biordan  said  that  although  the,  terrain" inT Woodsworth's proposed route  above Jervis Inlet "will show itself taBe  very  much  as  you say,"  there  are  problems with terrain and other populated  areas in an extension of that route.  ���-O'ftiordarr said thaT'atrthie time'He1  initially agreed to corns, to the Madeira  The Peninsula Times  PageA-3^  names of herbs and blooms are scented  with roihance and mystery: sweet  alyssum, rampion, maiden pink, rosebay,  all-heal, eglantine.  Whether they are used to make potions,  soothing balms or scattered in cottage  rooms forvspi^y-lreshness, Genders makes  their histories more than mere botahy.  He quotes poejns in which their names  are written, he tells how they were used to  heal and charm. Even his language is  pretty, showing a deep love and appreciation not only for the plant but the  background of its" relationship to the  Harrison ref uses  ���From Page A-l ,  legally .and in good faith.  Wise threatened the board-with legal  action if a decision concerning either a  SCRD or SPHWD water' system to his  subdivision .was not made within 14 diys.  p^lreetorsTheweyerv^^  not be possible to resolve the matter in,  that time frame.  Directors approved a recommendation  made by Harrison that a meeting be set  up between directors and trustees of the  SPHWD to "sit down and discuss the  possibilities" of a. system amenable to  both.'"' ��� -' v  They also recommended that wording  on the, petitions circulated by Wise an all  other petitions leavinj^-the. SCRD office  point out that the petition Is not an action  of the SCRD, but of an individual,-and  although the issue being petitioned will be  considered by the board, it will not  necessarily come into effect even with the  required support. ���.���< ��� ,  'Directors also approved a recommendation made by Nicholson that the  Anderson Creek water system for the new  Pender Harbour Secondary School be  acted-iippn; p, y~U+Xy-'^-^~-j-'-"--.--'-  other business, Gibsons council has  agreed-in-principle .to, a SCRD proposed  hook-up of the Langdale sewage system  a into the Gibsons system.  ' Gibsons Director Jack Marshall,  speaking on behalf of his council, said that  although the mayor and aldermen concur  with the plan there area "lot of ifs, buts  and ands" to be worked out before the  agreement is firmed up*  ,\ Directors and the council agreed to set  up a; committee to discuss these details  and a meeting has been set for the first  week uf September. Representatives from  the SCRD will, on approval of Gibsons  council, include Mulligan, Thompson and  Area C Director Charles Lee. , Ij  Does your monthly heat  bill leave you cold?  SHOES  FROM  ���'"��� "' "'  "-1   ''   '   '      "���  Family Shoes  GREAT  VALUES  shoes for children  and teenagers  ALL HANDBAGS  2flQ/L   AFf  nn hi Aid oi sr (.utl i 88-''"  t\   I,' IwMHh'OOM i\tu.n\     'H-15  ll'opynlnii your heal hill rIvcs you the, chills, maybe It  lime l<V Investigate another wuy oi hailing,  . 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J&C ELECTRONICS  Radio /hack  authorized Snlea Contro  Cowrlo at., Socholi, Q.C,  i nox izofv  085 2568  (  An Idea Canada In warmlnm up to,  t       "     ' :  J im  1ylr  ��r;, ., i r ���  -W-J-yja^iffiW^  \ ;  ����ttoM*^**wi��^  '"TT ::  ^TaHTmeeling, It was his understanding  that the second part of the report "would  be released and we would be talking from  the same knowledge_base^U-= ���  He later told the Times that he has  never previously worked pn a project in  which the initial route proposal had been  split into two sections such as this one has.  The split has caused "all sorts of confusion  and difficulty^ he said.  O'Riordan told the group that the  reason the proposal was split in two was  because. Hydro ran into "technical  problems in determining whether an  underwater cable would hold a splice over  the distance of the proposed crossing.  He said, "I-would hope the complete  report could be released in the next month  or so."  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC HEARING  Land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.32  Land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.34  Pursuant to sections 703 and 798A of the Municipal Act,, a  Public Hearing will be held to consider the following by-laws of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District. All persons who deem their interest in property affected by the proposed by-laws shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the bylaws. - - - _ -���  By-law No. 96.32 will amend Land Use Regulation By-law No.  96, 1974 by amending the definition of "Lot or Parcel" to include  strata lots created pursuant tothe Bare Land Strata Regulations, Bylaw No. 96.32 will also specjfy the provisions "to be contained in,  and the procedure for the issuance of, a development permit.  Development permits have been recently included into the  Munici|3qlActasan optional method of regulating land use.  ��� ����� -"^9 ; .   . ���.   . y    ' ���       '   HP-'  By-law No. 96.34 will amend Land Use Regulation By-law No.  96, 1974 by creating a new laptd^use:zone,_.namely CqmmecciaLS -���  C5, which wijl restrict the use of land, buildings and.structures  within this zone to boat .service facilities inclurhng^aTtrartneT^wtTarfr  j& yacht club and td civic use or public service. By-law No. 96.34 will  -also amend the zoning map by designating approximately 0.20  hectares (0.5 acre) of D.L. 4546 as a C5 land usjb zone. This property  is Icigqted on the north shore olSejcret Cove,   ���.,-������  The Hearing will be held at the Welcome Beach Community  Hall, Redrooffs Road, Halfmoon Bay, B.C. at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,  September 12,  1978. _  ���..-,^~^Pol.laAwing~fhfe-Pijblic--Hearing^'--one"bther proposed by-law wfl  be'discuissed: ..  Development Permit Application FeevBy-law No. 105.1 will  establish the fees required to issue a development permit.  The above is a synopsis of By-law Nos. 96.32, 96.34 and 105.1  and is not deemed to be an interpretation of the by-laws'. These bylaws may be inspected at the Regional District office, 1248 Wharf  Street, Sechelt. B.C. during office hours, namely Monday to Wed-  nesdaY' 8:?�� a-TVl- to ^:00 p:qn. and Thursday and Friday, 8:30 a.m.  to 5:45 p.m.  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  ���VON 3A0  885-2261  August 30,  1978    SPT    "  September 6, 1978   SPT  i��t"-T��f-r*A"'^'-  Mrs. A.G. Pressley,  Secretary-Treasurer  August 25, 1978-  AU SHARES  AND DEPOSITS  EUMMttW>sb  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES  GIBSONS  jm i,ry.  ��� A.  \A  CREDIT UNION  "Better in so many ways"  YOU CAN  i  ijoy the security of this community  Credit Union with the industrial background.  'XXi\  ImliiiF^lai  . 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PageAr4      The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, August 30,1978
Happenings around the harbour
The firemen's ball
* By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308
hjgHmoon Bay happenings *
(Community dates
^By AAaiy Tinkley, 885-9479
Sflpday, September 3, "at the Welcome
Beach Hall at 2 p.m. there will be a public
meefngJEoi" discussion of a settlement
plan^ Representatives of the Regional.
Boai§l who will be present will include Ed
NicHjjjlson,, director for Area B. All
residents and property owners in Area B
are |urged   tp   attend   this   important
Will members of the Halfmoon Bay
Hospital Auxiliary please note that
because ' of 7the holiday: week-tend, ■ the
_SeptlmheiL5^at3.p.m, InstfikdjOLonday^
One of our most popular annual events
will be September 23, when our local
Pender Harbour Volunteer Firemen have
their Dinner and Dance in the Community
Hall,—         . —
The get-acquainted and happy hour
starts aj^6:30,/tljen at 7:30 a delicious
Baron of Beef dinrifer will be served. Music
for thd dance will be T)y "the "Whisky"
Jacks"XTickets are $15 per couple.or $7.50
each aitikmay W purchased from any
fir&ttan or Idealretail outlets. Proceeds
from this dance will go towards the
Halloween fireworks display which the
firemen put on every year.   V
condition. He explored the beautifuLcity
of Grande Prairie, surrounded by vast-J
grain farms. He reached a resort on  he
tennial Museum, an agricultural museum
with all ItTanciehrShibits in operating"
Smoky River,  but
recent \ vandalism
Oji die afternoon of September 5, there
will lj>eWopen,house at the haE from 2
j£m|to4 p.m. so tha.^J^j^^;^^afief?At|en
will fiave^opportuhity'tohonour her opi
the IcQfflBp of her 81st birthday. „ All.
frieri-ds of Janet are welcome, but they are
requested to telephone 885-9479 beforehand.  '.-'' ^
X3n September 13, all ladies of "the~
Welcome Beach Hall are asked to attend a
hearing reports of
and rowdiness, he
decided tfoturn back to Beaverlodge. Near
Grande Prairie he stopped to explore some
interesting geological formations which,
it is claimed, are 50 million years older
than other, specimens.in the .surrounding
area. He found the ;W:A;C. Bennett Dam
.most impressive .and. learned that Lake
WiUistonis expected to become the largest
lak<£ in B.C.
Mrs.   Jacks,   Harvey
Tommy Myers are out
Guests of Millie Leylarid last week were
Pat Schulz and Ruth Budd of Toronto;        .    ..,.    .        .
Salmon fisWngw^ for **?*. dance and lt
who formerly lived in Vancouver, but Pat   starts at 9 p.m.
McCann and
of St. Mary's
Hospital and recuperating at home. Still In
hospital are Warren Hartley' and Tupper
Fulton.       v   ;
Looking for some lively entertainment
on the Labor Daj-v weekend? ^tturday
evening, September 2, at the;R.C: Legion
Br. 112 is where the action will be. The
Hibiscus Hawaiians will be there playing
music everyone loves dancing to. During
the course of th& evening they will te
having their popular floor sho#? whiclf
always includes a little comedy. There is
had neverhad the opportunity to go fishing
and her ambition was to catch a salmon
and take it back to Toronto with her. She
tried in vain to get a charter boat to take
planpthe social evenings fcrr the corning
season. On the evening of September 13,
i^iherfewjllbearoptingat the hall at8 p.m.
to organize shuffleboard tournaments for
the fall. Anybody interested in playing will
be Welcome, Carpet bowling will be
resumed on Monday, September 18, at 1:30
p.mj   -.,,.
All members of the Welcome Beach
Community Association are asked to mark
up tfeir calendars for a special event on
Satu|day, October 14, at 8 p.m. and to
watch this column for further particulars.
Bookings for the Welcome Beach Hall
this | season will be handled by the
treasurer, Nancy Lawson, so any groups
needing, to make reservations should
telephone her at 885-2885.
.' The playoffs.pf the Redrooffs Beach
and Country Club tennis tournament on
August 19 resulted in Penny Collifison and.
Allan Russell as the winning tea?n with
Gail Jarislowsky and John Dalton Ji\_as_
Bill Sexton came to the rescue and offered
to take both Ruth and Pat fishing in his
June Bug. Pat landed one nice salmon and
another big one got away just as it
reached the boat. Ruth caught her limit
and both ladies" express most grateful
thanks to Bill Sexton and nominate him for
this week's Bouquet. Pat is a teacher in
Toronto and Ruthplays with the Toronto
Symphony Orchestra, with which she has
visited many parts of the world, including
PH U0NS3frlD*£EGI0N picnic
The first combined picnic by the PH
Lions Club and the RC Legion Br. 112 was
a tremendous success. Lions Park proved
to be the ideal spot for the races and
Riomes for 10 weeks. Winners of the men's
horseshoe matches were: 1st. Joe McCann
and Charlie Hauka; 2nd. Dennis Gamble
and Fred Pockrant. Winners of the
women's horseshoes were: 1st. Muriel
Crosby and Phyliss Thomas; 2nd. Violet
Evans and Doris Edwardson. Next year
the Legion and Lions Club plan to have a
bigger and better picnic.
Nell and John Campbell and son
Stephen of Sunland, California, have been
guests of Ev and Wilf Harrison, Narrows
Road, Madeira Park._They_a„re_sorry„tp^
leave as. they loved every minute of their
hoUday here, especially the fishing. It was
nice to see Jeannie Morrison back in our
area once more.
The Arts and Crafts Show held at the
Community Hall Saturday, August 26, had
a goOd attendance and was very successful. The highlite of the aftprnoon was
the fashion show, commentated by Violet
Evans with background music supplied by
Florence Prescesky, All the models were
excellent and the~m~eTOn6dels_wefe outstanding. In fact, they were so good that
g^ lady from Egmont wanted to buy_one
^fth^me" models because he was so eute
and another woman wantedjiis autograph.
Raffle winfiersT~— Floater Jacket
donated by Bob Fielding was won by
Pauline Babcock; dinner for two at Ruby
Lake Restaurant, Lou Farrell; cake plate,
D. Grandolfo,_2029 E. 4th Vancouver;,
painting, donated by Ethel Edwards, H.
MacDonald; cushion, Mary Richardson;
games which young and old took part in.
The men's tug-o-war was won by the
Legion and the women's was won by the
Lions Club. Muriel and Fred Crosby won
the three legged race very easily. They
ran down the field like they were a couple
of teen-agers. The egg and spoOn race was
won by Bea MacFarlane. By the way, Bea,
what happened to your egg? One of the
entrants in that race was Don Riome's
cousin Miss Lily Riome from Gravesend,
England. She is 76 and is staying with the
Continuing Ed to offer
over 100 courses
; - The fall Continuing'Education program
.. will begin at the $nd of September and this
year will offer more than 100 courses. ;
Centre for Continuing Education Coordinator Karin Hoemberg said that this
If you have ever wondered what you
would do if your child swallowfed a
household poison, -the Friday morning
class Child Emergency Care is for you.
Evans Hermon will follow "A Sigh of
^6IITa&le, Karyn Lewis, 93TEn4ttrStreet
-N— Van.;   flower   raffle,   1st   flower
arrangement, Eileen   Alexander;   2nd,
seven-month-old Sheelah Vaughn.
The committee wish to thank all those
who exhibited their work and also many
thanks to Florence Prescesky for her
lovely music. All the fashions modelled at
this show were from the PH Health Clinic
Bargain Barn Boutique.
Heard that the latest night life entertainment in the Harbour is skinny
dipping. Take your pick, either the
Madeira Park Wharf or out on Francis
Peninsula. According to my spies, the last
episode was at a pool on premises at
Rondeview Road where a well-tanned
loaded operator presumably from a local
gravel pit was seen to bare all and go for a
~ dip. A few local women were seen doing
likewise at Madeira wharf.
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nament were Robbie McPherson ancFFSm"
Kerrin. Pam is a guest at the Alex Rae
The fire extinguisher raffled by the
Halfmoon Bay Fire Department was won
by Bonnie Wigard of Selma Park. At the
time of going to press, the smoke detector
is still unclaimed. Will the holder of Ticket
No. 955175 arrange to pick it up tonight
(Wednesday) between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. or
telephone Bob Brodgesell at 885-9460.
Due to an error in last week's column,
we wish to make clear that Ross Conquest
has be£n transferred to' Holy Family
Hospital, Vancouver for therapy. '/
, Vince Shannon,, who recently returned
from a camping trip, spent some time
exploring the Cariboo-Chllcotin country,
He feels that the Chilcotin has not yet been
■ fully discovered anddieJias returned homo
with a hearty respect for the pioneers who
cut trails into this wilderness and,
established some of the biggest ranches in
North America.
Along the Chilcotin River, he saw ii
young Indian, land three 20 pound springs
With a lon« handled dip net. Ho liad
planned to camp near Alexis Creek but
,   when a young Indian girl warned him that
.•".'.'■'■ his camper would most likely b<» stripped,
' ,  he pushed on another few, miles, ,He
eventually settled in n camp at Caisson
Uike which, he was .surprised to find, was
^     being operated by a former waterfront
colleague who gave him a| warm and
hospitable welcome, \ '
Crossing the Frii.ser, he | headed for ,
Iiarkervllle which ho found uncomfortably
hot and swarming with tourists. Driving
out of Unrkcrvlllo, ho stopped to help a
Prince George family whoso cnr had
t broken down, and as he Intended to travel
north anyhow, ho took them to tholr home
whlfchtlirned out to be a deluxe nutocourtv
He was hospitably entertained and a
luxurious suite was placed at his disposal,
Beyond Prince George, he drove
through somo magnificent scenery, but
over 50 mllos of tho worst roads
Imaginable In tho Pino Pans aroa, At Milo
Zero of the Alaska Highway, ho found
'■"".; DflWflrth Crtifek'U) t><i'"/rhl«, bustling and
brawling city with a younger generation
which had taken over and which showed
llttlo regard for tho rights of others, Ilo
crossed Into Alberta and found a peaceful'
• and pleasant campsite at Hoavorlodgo.
Nearby ho vlHlted tlul South Peace Con-
tntnofol ""'
being offered that give people a chance to
get involved in the community.
"Last year .1,400 people registered in
adult education, and we like that kind of
involvement," she, said. . •
A course this year is Eat Better-Spend
Less, an eight-session course designed to
instruct the consumer in producing well-
balanced, nutritious meals and snacksat
low cost.     . ,
The Tee for the Thursday night course
will be $5 for 24 hours and Hoemberg hopes
this low fee will encourage many to enroll
in the-eourse.
.... A session called Fire Prevention In the
Home will be offered free of charge by the
Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department. The
two-hour session will provide information
for the homeowner on how to recognize
and eliminate potential fire hazards.
struction for childhood injury and illness.
The five^session course will cost $10..
Practically anything you could v-dsh to
do during the rainy autumn sea*son is ''in?'
eluded in the Continuing Education course
list froim Acrobatics to Parliamentary
Procedures to Yoga."■.
A full course list will be mailed to local
residents during the next two weeks.
Registration is at the first class session
unless otherwise stated in Ihe course list
and fees must be paid on the first evening
of Instruction.
Senior citizens and citizens on a fixed
income may attend classes at a $2
registration fee. "  ,
Our 1979 calendars are now on display.
A very nice gift for your overseas mailing
list. ~ Miss Bee's, SecheltT       ;     ;
Sopt. 3
— Hospital Rogular Board Moeling, 7:30 pm,
SCRD Board Room,
Discussion ol, Aroa B Official  Sottlomorit
i Plan, 2 prriK Wolcomo Boach Hall.
Sopt, 6
Council Meotlng, 7:30 pm,
Municipal Hall,
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Sopt 19 --, Council Mooting, 7:00 pm, Municipal Hall,
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'    . \ ���\ .:   y.  ��� 1    '  ��� 1.  ���"  '  \ X. ... ..  1   .      '  ���           .   ' '..-.' '  '   (,  ' 1  ��� -pp.  _1^ \   ���   ���  s :  *��  .'- :'      ...  '..  1  -  :       m^'X  ���^  %.            '  The Creek runoff  r  Legion thank you  By Annie Dempster, 885=3326  The Roberts Creek Legion, Branch 219,  held a barbecue dinner on Sunday, August  20, in appreciation of the many people who  have given of their time and energy since  the club room opened last year. All  members of the familes were invited along  with the T-Ball team that the Legion  sponsored last year.  the clubroonxhas been operating on a  volunteer basis and the people who have  been working it have been ever faithful in  their duties. The result is a fairly healthy  stash in the Legion's.coffers.  Everyone seemed to have a lovely time-  and the kids thought it was just great.  They had the run of the place and many of  them tried their hand at the shuffleboard  table and thoroughly enjoyed the juke box.  It was the first time a lot of the kids had  seen either one. It will probably be hard  for the parents, to enjoy an evening at the  Legion again without being pestered by  the kids to take them along.  The food- that was served v/��P% 'absolutely incredible"/There were t-bone  steaks (of a size and quality seldom seen)  aged to perfection, every imaginableldnd  of salad, pickles, rolls and you name it.  The kids had their choice of steaks,  hamburgers or hot dogs and all the pop  they could drink.  , Ernie Fossett ahd Don Black tended the  barbecues and did ah excellent job of  cooking the meat, which you could cut with  a fork. The ladies-auxiliary prepared the  trimmings and tended to the clean up. It  was truly a beautiful way to say thank you.  Hope they make it an annual event.  GRAPEFRUIT SKINS VS SLUGS  It was mentioned here last week that  slugs are a problem and we wondered if  anyone had a method of getting rid of the  JfouOtt  Saturday, September 2, at the Community  Hall. The Vancouver-vased band "Le  Tropicale" is playing for this one. If you  like reggae music, you'll love "Le  Tropicale". There will be absolutely no  tickets for sale at the door and positively  no minors. Tickets are $3.50. Hope to see  you all there.  DEAR OLD GOLDEN RULE DAYS  ' |\Afinal reminder that Uie school will be  open from August 29 onward for advance  registration. Thank goodness it will be  open officially on Tuesday, September 5.  See you there, kids.   _ __  WITH THANKS  A belated thank you to all the people  who made my last birthday such a  memorable event,-1 was quite touched by  all your thoughtfulness and efforts.-The  beautiful hand-crafted mouse milking  stool that was presented to me is a  miniature of the coffee table that is in the  process of being made by Randy Peterson  and his dad, Mr. P. (as he is affectionately  known) from Beach Ave. Thanks again,  people, and I will thoroughly enjoy and  make much use of both the mouse milking  stool and the coffee table. I forgive you,  Marlene, for forgetting last year's birthday.  Arts council  garage sale  The Sunshine Coast Arts Council wili  hold a garage sale'at Whitaker House in  Sechelt on~September 9~betweeh 10 a.m.  and 5 p.m.  Donations for the sale can be left at  Whitaker House during those hours until  September 9.  ,.    Starting September 5 all items sold at  ,the Whitaker House  Arts and Crafts  Centre will be on sale until the centre  closes its doors permanently on September 13. __._  ���_--'-.    -      - -  All money raised will go to the new  arts centre-building fund. Call Trudy <  Small at 886-2680 or Whitaker House at 885-  3414 for further information.  Wednesday, August 30,1978   j.  The PeninsulaTimes  PageA-5  ^j ^  Are you playing with  FIRE?  BE SAFE!  Have your  chimney cleaned  NOW!  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS & OIL STOVES  call LEE CHRISTIAN.883-9171 any���  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy/ Swap etc.  V_>  BRUCE WOODSWORTH of Pender  Harbour outlines alternate route for  Cheekye transmission line during  Madeira Park meeting last Wednesday.  -Sechelt note'.  An ioip^fant meeting  ^by^e^gy^oni^Jk^S3SMl  CELEBRATE OUR  All Area B people, that is from West  response,, and the idea that sounds the  safest and easiest comes to'us from Alice  Murray of Selma Park;  Alice reports that her sister from West  Vancouver plagued with the pests for  ^ years and tried every method she had  ever heard of, with none of them being  satisfactory, until she had some visitors  ��� . ." from England who told her they deal with  the problem by placing grapefruit skins  turned upside down along the edge of their  garden or wherever there is a need! Apparently, the slugs congregate under the  skins and whatever is in the grapefruit is  harmful to them and they die.  We haven't., tried it yet, but Alice  swears by this method, and if we have  success with it, we will be ever grateful to  Alice Murray. ; ;  ALL STAR TEAM  AT PROVINCIAL FINALS  Jhe_��edar!sJ[nn menrs all star  ���^'ch&t-tq-WoodBa^  son and his wife were up from Washington  for the occasion and along with )good  ��� f  team will be going Xo Powell River oh th*  Jong weekend coming up to compete in the  provincial finals. Sean Van Streppan from  Roberts Creek is a member of the team.  Our wishes for the best of luch go with you,  fellows.  PICK UP DANCE TICKETS  A final reminderio pick up your dance  tickets from Seaview Market for the  Roberts Creek Boogie that is happening on  STONEWORK  Stone facing - Fireplace  & Chimney Repairs  "ll ANDY 886-2821  their area will grow should attend the  Settlement Plan meeting to be held,  Sunday, September 3, 2 p.m. at Welcome  Beach Hall, Redrooffs Road, Halfmoon  ::Bay.v ���:,.*.������...-;-������-  Area "B" Director Ed Nicholson as  well as Regional District planning staff  wUl attend.  Don't sit home and say "Why don't they  -���" Come to the meeting, bring your  neighbors with you and have your say.  TOMKIES RELATED  Reading about Richard Tomkies ad^  venture on the Orenda last week,_Bob  Harvey wondered if he was related to Mike  Tomkies whom he had just read about in  the August "Scotsman," a magazine he  receives from Scotland.  The identical last names are no  coincidence.  k���^ari]��tuKdist^iivini  Highland- retreat, is brother to Richard,  and the twoshare a common interest hi  nature.  VISITORS    Visiting the Kent household in Sechelt  has been Yvette's sister Raympnde and  Eric Nieminen and daughter Louise and  Yvette's brother, Raymond and Jeannine  Roy and son Alain all from Rouyn-  Noranda, Quebec. The'three men visitors  went salmon fishing for tho first time and'  each caught two beautiful salmon, a thrill  not usually experienced first time out.  BELATED BIRTHDAY GREETINGS  Mrs. Amy Lambe celebrated her 92nd  birthday at Sechelt this year. Never know  where she is going to be travelling to. Her  SUNSHINE COAST CURLING CLUB  General Meeting-  September 12, 8:30 p.m.  at the Arena  hammock)*  m ^\m?rmnmmwf,  to leave The Pcninaulit  for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with strangers when tho Peninsula frlonds aro always  avallablo to give Immodiato service 24 hours q day   friends Manfred and Marion Cook of West  Sechelt,, they dined and wined Mrs. Lambe  at the Parthenon.  SECHELT INTERMEDIATE  CARE SOCIETY  ��� Membership^jgr,JMse.���M^.ri?)St^ ih'  having such a facility may be obtained by  mailing $2 to the Sechelt Intermediate  Care Society, Box 1189, Sechelt.  MERRY-GO-ROUND BRIDGE  It is, approaching that time of year  again when the bridge players are  drawing up their program for the winter  months. The Sechelt Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital sponsors a merry-gth  round bridge tournament for the public's  pleasure. The ladies play in the afternoon,  _ aodJeach foursome sets up their own day to*  play as long as it is played within a 10 day  period. _  j^pup^i)layinijS?(%evehing^nd the^  samfe arrangements are made.  ������������f::,The:,'Start'::-off,',:!bridge'--"pa.rty will be  Friday, September 29, 7:30 p.m. at St.  Hilda's Church HaU.  Duplicate bridge starting In October  will be On the first Friday of each month.  To be sure your name is on the schedule  for the season, phone Mrs. Margaret  .Humm at 885-2840 or 885-9222.  GOLDEN WEDDING .  ANNIVERSARY    , ,  A couple well known on the Sunshine  Coast, Ted and Bessie Shaw, were honored  at a celebration of their 50th wedding  anniversary,at the Parthenon In Sechelt,  , Wednesday, August 23, with a party of 24  ��� good friends and relatives^  The golden theme'was co-ordinated  beautlfiifiy by daughters Eleanor White  and Doreen Mathews and fecPs sister*  Babs Roberts, Eleanor made the cake and  decorated it with the gold, white and  ' yellow roses that were reflected again In  the actual flowers that were combined in  the centerpiece.  The honored qouple^s place settings  N were all In gold, the cutlery, cream and  sugar, chinaware; place cards were held  together with two gold rings; their fine  glasses read 50th wedding; everything tied  in with the theme.  Ed Shaw, their oho son, toasted his  parents for the gathering. Ed and Elaine  with Elizabeth and Ted camo from  Kamloops for the event. Also present were  Allen and Eleanor Whlto and son Ernie,  Doreen and her son Brad Mathews.  Mr. and Mrs. Shaw moved to Roberts  Creek In 1937 where,.they took over the  general storo there from the Gllmores who  ln turn lind bought fr6m Besslo's parents  the H, J. Robinsons. Ted wns postmaster  until 1949 when they retired but continued,  to llvo In tho Roberts Creek aren. Thoy are  ",now*Hvlhg'lh'''Glbs6hisr* "      ' " - " "''"  Bessie Robinson was working ns a  stenographer with tho former Toportln  Drug Company thnt became B.C. Drug,  Uie firm that Ted workbd for when they  first met, Tholr wedding took placo In  Vancouver Heights United Church In 1928  a union that lias brought much happiness  to them aa well as theilr mnny, many  friends,  Not only hnvo thoy been nn asset to tho  dlatri(rtt^  goini who carry on  in  their  parents'  tradition.  ^  SUNSHINE COAST TV  the SALE it's the SERVICE  that counts  Cowrie St.  885-9816  Sechelt  DUE TO CLOSURE OF  TANTALUS VILLAGE SITE (Squamish, B.C.)  As Rocolvod from Tho Housing Corporation of British Columbia .  .C.M.HC APPROVED.  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Local college affiliation
anticipated by April
Page A-6
The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, August 30,1978
YOU WILL no doubt sleep better
tonight knowing that the LCB is ever
vigilant in protecting your right not to
be''exposedto sucK(obscenities as the
u. word "suds". That was the taboo
word displayed on the sign outside the
Beachcomber Motor Inn — until a
warning from the Liquor Control
Board required shortening the
message to the pithier phrase shown
above. If you can't read the word,
however, Consumer and Corporate
Affairs Minister Rafe Mair is actively
protecting the accessibility of the
product. He told disgruntled brewery
" wofkerslast Friday that the government will continue importing U.S.
beer — which does not display metric
weights or bear required billingual
labels — because halting" imports
during the current strike could lead
drinkers to switch to liquor and wine
and never to return to beer.  *...
Missing biker couldn't
"\":; •
-A Roberts Creek man who "forgot" he
hit a car with his motorcycle was fined
$100 in provincial court August 23 * for
driving while having a blood alcohol level
over .08 per cent.
Joerg Peterson, a 29-year-old
'millwright, also had his licence suspended
for six months and was ordered to take the
impaired drivers.course after a May 16
incident near Joe Road ih Roberts Creek.
Gerald Feschuk, the driver of a 1978
pidsmobile, testified that he was
travelling toward Sechelt at approximately 4:40 p.m. when a motorcycle
-comingthe-opposlte direction turned left
into the rear fender of his car. "I heard a
big thud and then saw the motorcycle
being thrown into the ditch," said
....Feschuk. k...  _N
Feschuk told the court he stopped his
car to help the rider of the bike, but after
searching the area could find no sign of
"The bike was lying there but ho was
nowhere to bo seen," said Feschuk.
• Tom Purssell; a propane truck tWver
who witnessed the accident, said he had
seen the same motorcycle and rider
earlier that day coming toward him oq the
wrong side of the highway near the
Roberta Creek Provincial Park, There was
nnother biker with him, he sold, arid ho
could "swear thoy were fighting with coch
The pMco nrrlvCd on thh scene of the
accident almost Immediately, according
to Fcschuk'fl testimony, "A passing tow
truck hnd soon what happened nnd radioed
, into pollco," he snld. Pollco stlmated tho
„ damage  to. Feschuk!^, car  at   ap
proximately $500,
Const. Bob Turlock of tho Gibsons
RCMP suld ho searched tho area near tho
motorcycle and then drove dowh Joo Road
in search of tho rider. At approximately 5
p.m. Turlock picked up Peterson, who wns
walking down I^owcr Rond with a
motorcycle helmet under his arm,
Turlock said Pete rami's clothes wore
soiled and ho had cuts and scratches on his
factf; TliO officer also hollced iui Odor of
alcohol on his breath and Uiat his oyos
wore watery and dilated,
Turlock (mid Peterson told him ho liad'
boon pushing his blko across tho highway
when a car lilt him. When Turlock rond
Potoraon« the breathalyser, demand
Peterson soldi "I wasn't driving — that
doesn't pertain lo me." ^
Turlock na|d Peterson told him he Imd
had six ounces of rum at tho garbage
"dumprBnek at thtr detachment Peterson *
provided a broalh ^st of»,15,
Peterson, however, testified thnt ho
liad. not been drinking nt tho garbage
dump, but father at' hln home ort Geddes.'..
Road sometime between tho tlmo tho
In conjunction with Capilano College,
the Centre for Contimiing Education this
faU will offer a Business Office Training
certificate program, a Basic Training and
Skill Development course, four non-credit
courses and three credit courses.
Karin Hoemberg, continuing education
co-ordintor, says the courses are a step in
the direction of jdining the "Capilano
College District and offering a wide range
of both credit and non-credit programs on
the peninsula.
"Lots of people on the peninsula have
expressed interest in t .these kinds of
programs and Cap is really geared toward
giving us what we want^" she said.
Hoemberg said it was indicated af a
June meeting with Capilano College
principal Paul Gallagher that credit
programs could likely'start after April l,
"Theyire willing to offer whatever the
demands are and I think we should have
first-year university courses by then," she
said. .■'.. 7 kXkk :';'''''"'   •
Hoemberg, however, is anxious to see
vocational training program^ established -
on the peninsula. "Right how," she said,
"that kind of skill gets imported from
During the fall the Centre for Continuing Education will attempt to determine what kipd of courses and programs
are desired in the community! Ind
Hoemberg says the centre welcomes all
The Basic Training and Skill
Development course offered by Capilano
College this fall is a five-month program
starting October 2 in Sechelt. It will
provide mature students with the high
school equivalenc7r~5r~ffiathCTnsttcs7
English and science.
Business Office Training., is a four-
month clerk-typist certificate program
which includes training in typing, recordkeeping, calculators, office procedures
and offers refresher courses in business
English and business arithmetic.
This course starts October 2 in the
Gibsons Annex. The fee for both Business
Office Training ahd Basic Training and
Skill Development is $15 a month, and
students can register at the Canada
Employment Centre at 885-2722.
Political Science 100 and Chemistry 110
and 111 are the three credit courses offered by the college as self-paced learning
projects through home study.
The four non-credit courses are Spanish
Conversation, Creative Writing, JSnergy:
Solutions to a Rising Crisis and a one-day
workshop on effective public speaking.
The workshop is October 14 at Elphinstone. The three remaining non-credit
courses start at the end of September.
For further information on any of the
above, call Karin Hoemberg, Centre for
Continuing Educatidn, 885-3512.
Christian Science
"Every good gift and every perfectgift
iiS from above, and cometh down from, the
Father   of  lights,   with  whom  is   no
variableness, neither shadow or turning." .
(Jafnes-H7)v—— _._ .-.'•..
"While we look not at the things which-
are seen, but at the things which are hot
seen: for the things which are seen aire"
temporal; but the things which are not
seen are eternal!'-(11 Cor. 4 18).
We can experience the best if we look-.
for what is good.  Mary Baker Eddr
writes," Everything good or worthy, God
made. Whatever is valueless or baneful,
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Survey Is
To You
Each Week
Sunnycrest Centre,
He did not make, Irence -its unreality ."Ih
-the Science of Genesis we read .that He saw
everything that He -had made, 'and.
behold, it was very good.' " —(Science
and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Pg
525).       -
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Throo Time* A Lady       ... - Commodores
Love Will Find A Way Pablo Cruise
Mist You     X'     ... - Rolling Stones
Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad . Meat Loaf
Arm* of Mary ... _ Chilliwack
The Load-Out/Stay . ._••-. Jackson Browne
Life's Been Good  Joe Walsh
I've Hod Enough  , Paul McCartney/Wings
Not Gonna Let It Bother Me    -. . .Atlanta Rhythm Section
Break It To Them Gently   Burton Cumm/ngs ,
Rai*« A little Hell/Round, Round ,      .... N^. ,Trpbper
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RemlnUcIng    Little River Band
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Box 1235
Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0
Bus: 885-9244
Ret: 885-2686
accident occured and being picked up by
the police.
L'T must'have been home during that
e," he said, "becauue when I returned
home later there was mud on the floor and
a bottle on the table. I don't leave my
house in that condition."
Petersop told the court that he had been
dirt bike riding with a friend all day and
was forced to return home when water in
the magneto of his bike prevented him
from driving it. "The bike wouldn't start
so I decided to Jrtde it in the bushes, and
then return and pick it up by car,'\he spid.
Peterson said pushing the bike across
the hghway is the last thing he can
remember about the incident. "I don't
recall being hit by a vehicle," said
Peterson. I Just can't remember
" anything;'''--  k:.
Jn handing dowh sentence Judge J.S.P.
Johnson said he did not believe Peterson
when he said he did not remember
anything about the incident.
"He conveniently forgets this and
remembers that," said Johnson "J th|nk
he's Just lying." '
Johnson gave Peterson a reduced fine
and an extended suspension in view of
recent financial poblcms tho man has been
A Complete Selection
Chargox f   w^^rww   'mrm^-^r^ Matter Chargt
Sunnycrest Contro 886-8013 Gibsons
Sunslilne Coast Regional District
Land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.32
Land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.35
_,     ■ -    •
Land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.38
Pursuant to section 703 and 798 of the Municipal Act, a Public
Hearing will be held to cc»>si,d&r- th© following bylaws ~©f the
Sunshine Cagst Regional District. All persons who deem their interest in property offend by the proposed bylaws shall be afforded oh opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the by-
lows :  ,.- . ■  ' ■      '•■•■■       ■■
By-law Ho. 96.32 will amend Land Use'Regulation By-law No.
96. 1974 hy amending the definition of "Lot.or Parcel to include
strata lots created pursuant to the JBare Land Strata Regulations. Bylaw Ho. 96.32 will also specify, the provisions to be contained in,
and the procedure for tho issuonce of. a development permit.
Development permits have been recently included into .the
■Municipal Act as an optional method of regulating land use.
By-low NO. 96.35 will amend tho zoning map of Lond Use
Regulation By-law No. 96, 1974 by designating Lots 1 to 9, Block 1 of
Plan 3661 in D.L. 1557; part of Lot 3854; part of D.L. 4683; D.L.
4684; D.L. 4685; D.L. 4686 ond part of D.L, 4687 as an Industrial 3 •
13 land use zono. This property comprises approximately 107
hectares (264 acres) and is locatod immediately north of the
Porpoise Bay Provincial Park. Tho 13 zone permits the classification,
crushingi concentration, storoge or shipmenl of minerals found on
tho sito; o junkyard; a resldonte; domestic industry; civic use and
public service
— Bylaw No. 96.38 will amend tho zoning map of Land Uso
RogulotionHBy^^'TJoT^rW^ 20.8
hectares (51,4 acres) within D.L. 1329 as a RosldonHaTT~nTrTnnd~
use zone. This property is east of Highway 101 in Solma Park and Is
currently designated as a R2 zono, Tho use of land, buildings and
structures will bo restricted to rosldonco (excluding mobile homos),
domostic industry, civic use and public sorvico,
• - r
Tho Hearing will bo hold at tho Regional District Ollico, 1248
Wharf Stroot, Socholt, B.C., at 7:30 p,m. on Wodnosday, Soplombor
6,  1978.
Following tho Public Hoaring, three othor., proposed by-laws
bo dlscussod:
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HL 045 AV ^^^->*/
lloctrnnk   ,
A lonflliiTin !" Wo'rlln -"nrii'f' "stnndnrif of iho
wood* whon II como» too hoovy duty
l"(l(|lii(l   *"w.   Ih   olorliook   Ifinlllon   ond
niiKimoilteompro»Uon„rol«cun,.,|n»uro» ..In-;.,.
Muni hlintlim ovon undor ndvortin wonlhor
I'nwor unll only: 111,7 Ihn, (fl,9 ko)
Giildn Ixiii nvoll<i])lii( M', 17", 21", 25", 110"
(ns, nn, sn, ftn nnd
75 rm)
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031  AV Eloctronlc/QulckStop
A    moro    powoilul    llqlil wolglil    mw    Ini
romnHirtUil furotlty nnd fnrmlrifl, Im lollinf),
culitntj and Innbtnf), F»nturo»; Include »xlrci-
qulol ntirlllcr, oloclionlc lunillon, AV »y*l«ni,
ciuli>innli(  oiliny, A roal luvutlto wilh, |u/l|i-
-wnrtd  rullors,   CooW, wllh   now  QuIrkSlop
chain broho,        Powor hnnd only: 12. | Ibv -
S,5 kq), GuW« bar*
avolloblo; U",  16",
If)' nnd ?0   (;15,
■10, -IS ond
50 cm)
I   STIHL  4308    Boom Stick AiiQnr
IhK Iv/timon hnom «ll< k <iu(|»i Ih iivallnhln n»
mnnl Inr 00 S pow«r imlt, or o» mmplfto
ovolltiblo  for   |>ofilliolo clh|(|in(|,
STIHL TS 00 CKtqulk »i>w
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Iho-powniliil |u|n piovon 0(1 !i dioln rtnw
K»nt)lno, I'   *»it-s >*fi*«l,' »)ono,   <<m<tf>H*,   «i
tnlr n nnd rnmpmltion nuitorlnls, Popular wil
anil  runtiin  uiiltn,   ullhly n'pnli truwi ond
045 AV Eloctronlc/QulckStop
Thr> llflhttm nl our lino of hoovy duty
piodiK lionfullinfi »«w».  Iho ld«ol ' oil-
mound"  lorjdliijj  lool  for  utn  In  lum
borinn ni'<l fulling medium ond hoovy
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hnliiiiiii,   omo   of   fihndlli'ifl,   qufot
opiiidiion onrl qronl dopondoblllly,
Powm unll only: 16.11 Hid,  (7,6 kfi)
Guliln born nvnllnblo: 14",  16",  1(1", 20'
ond 25   (.IS, 40, 45, f)0 nnd 63 i in)
on  oMnili
unll,   Alto
"Sechelt Chain Saw Centre"
Dovolopmont Permit Application Foo Bylaw No. 105,1 will
ostablish Iho foos roqulrod to Issuo a dovdlopmonf permit,
Subdivision Regulation Amendment Bylaw No, 103.14 will
amond tho subdivision zono map by designating Blocks G and H of
Plan 7041 In D.L. 1556 as a G subdivision zono. This proporty
comprlsos approxlmatoly 2.35 hoctaros (5.8 acros) and Is locatod
on Socholt Inlot Road, Tho average slzo of parcols created within a
G zono cannot bo Ion than 6,5 hectare (1,2 acre) and the minimum
parcol size is 0.2 hoctaro" (O.S'acro).
Subdivision Regulation Arnondmont Bylaw No, 103,15 will
amond tho subdivision zone map by designating Blocks 1 to 5 and
20 to 31 of Plan 3873 In D.L, 1592 as a L subdivision zone. This
proporty comprlsos approxlmatoly 17 hectares (42 acros) and I;.
located about 400 metre* (1/4 mllo) east from Highway 101 on tho
north side of Solma Pork Road. The average slzo of parcols created
wllhln a I; zono cannot bo loss than 0,1 hectare (0.25 acro) and tho
minimum parcel size Is 200 square metres (2,153sq, ft.)i
Tho abovo Is a synopsis of By-law Nos, 96,32, 96,35; 96.38,
105,1, 103.14 and 103,15and Is not deemed to be an Interpretation
af tho bylaws. Those by-ldwrrfidy be Inspected at Iho Roglonal
PIstrlctQJikQ, 1248 Wharf Stroot, Socholt, D.C, during ojllco_hmirs;
narinoly Monday to Wodnosciay, 8:30 dm,To"4:06 pm, nnd flours Jay
-:.1..ana~frlday, 0:30 a.m. to 5.45. p.m.
Sunshine Coast Regional District
C&JIQ2LQQQ _ _,™„.	
Socholt, B.C. VON 3A0
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August 30,"T978 SPT
Mrs, A.G. Prossloy
AuglisFl 0, 1978
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Doris Day
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Leave to Beaver
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My 3 Sons
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Wednesday, August 30,1978
The Peninsula Times
Page A-7
Flag snatchers are on the prowl in
Sechelt. Local RCMP report that four
flags have beeh stolen from Sechelt
businesses, including the RCMP detachment flag, during the past week.
•""Flags are reported missing from the
Legion, the B.C. Hydro office, the police
station and Coast Cablevision. The RCM-
) P's only clue to the thefts is a report that a
woman heard footsteps on the Coast
Cablevision room and then saw a single
shadow on the night of August 24.
Police report a hit and run August 24 at
Irvines Landing. A car parked in the
parking lot at the Irvines Landing marina
was hit on the passenger side by another
car sometime on that day. RCMP estimate
the damage to be in excess of $200.
A wallet was stolen fromacar_:up-4)n
Mount Elphinstone on August 23. The
brown leather check holder contained
eight credit cards.
A resident in Sandy Hook reports a 12
foot aluminum boat with blue wooden
seats was stolen from his_ waterfront
property August 24.
A boat moored in the Harbour Marina
in Garden Bay was rammed by a power
boat August 21. Police say they have
several witnesses to the incident, but that
the operator of the power boat has not yet
been apprehended.
4 Wilson Creek residents returned to
home after a long absence August 25 to
find their front door kicked in\ Money and
beer were stolen.
Some of those nice paper serviettes
with maples leaves in fall colours have
-just afrivtkTLimited quantity, so come in
soon. — Miss Bee's, Sechelt.
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Wednesday, August 30,1978
Douglas is
ladies golf
club champ
Virginia Douglas shot a low gross 168
last Wednesday to take first place in the
Sunshine Coast Ladies Golf Club Championship match.
She was followed by Lil Fraser at 188
and Eileen Evans at 192.
Helen Milburn placed first in low net
competition''with a score of 136. Betty
Turnbull finished second with 138.
Greta Patterson won the longest drive
competition during nine hole play on
Aggust.2?..  -      - -     	
LUa Trott took first place in an Eager
Beaver nine hole tournament August 15-16,
-withEleanor Dann finishing second.
In correction of a previous report, Olivfe
Shaw placed first in an 18 hole womens
throw ourtourhament August 1. Betty
Turnbull was second.
-   ,   Sept? 18 -8 p.m., St. Hilda's Hall
Organizing for years activities & election of officers- & there is to be
scouting in Sechelt, you must attend.
Pickllp And
VIRGINIA DOUGLAS, right, shot a   closest challenger, Lil Fraser, left,
low grass 168 last Wednesday and won   Helen Milburn placed first in low net
the Sunshine Coast Ladies Golf Club   competition with a 136.
Championship 20 strokes ahead of her.      ."   'g?;'*4 .   ,
Rugby practice begins
this week in Gibsons
The Gibsons Rugby Club is preparing
now for the 1978-79 ^Vancouver Rugby
Union season. Gibsons will again this year
enter two teams, one in the third division
and one in the fourth division.
The two-division rugby program was
began in Gibsons last year to allow for
participation on a broader level as interest"1
in the sport continues to grow. Team
members range from high school students
to "long in the tooth", but experienced,
players. At season's end the thirds finished
near-the t'6p and the fourths were in the
middle of their division.
 Tha clnh is hoping to expand the
number of playing members this year. Off-
field activities throughout the season will-
include a number of functions from dances
to "choir practices." W
Election of officers.will take place in
the next two weeks; League play begins
September 16.
Practice times are Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at
Elphinstone" Secondary field, beginning
this week. All past members and
prospective new members with any level
of experience are welcome.
For further information, call Leif
Mjanes at, 885-3849, or Bill Henderson at
Weather report
Pat Mulligan was low gross winner of
the Senior MSn's Championship Tournament concluded August 20 at the Sunshine Coast Golf .Club.
■ Mulligan finished 36 holes of play with a
152 tally. Runner-up was Ed Mcllwaine
Low net winner for Jplayers with a
handicap bf 18 or over was Ernie Hume,
134, followed by Charlie Carter and Jim
Leith, each with $35.
Low net winner1 for players with a
handicap of 1-17 was Andy Gray, 135,
trailed by Bill Fraser. and Roy Taylor,
each with 137.
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'You've got me—I'm impaired', admits driver    (The PeninstjlaTWja
A 76-year-old Gibsons man was fined returning home from a funeral pleaded       Joe was found guilty of stealing a $23   Saturdays ahd Sundays at the Sechelt lock-,       * * * XJ Sm   J-lX^I A*i U \J MwM+a    ^^iTfifpy
$50 and had his licence suspended for one guilty to impaired driving. Christopher   blouse from Cactus Flower in Sechelt. The,   up. —_   .|M1 „ WpiWaiinv  Aiianc* in i«r        ' PupprI-R
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A 76-year-old Gibsons man was fined
^$50 and had his licence suspended for one
year in provincial court August 23, after
pleading guilty to an impaired driving
charge. . s .
Lloyd Allan Elrick was found to have a
blood alcohol reading of .18 after his
crossed the centre line of Gower Point
Road and struck another vehicle August
10. Police estimated total damage to both
cars at approximately $550.
Elrick told police that he had been
drinking that night because of an upcoming operation.
Speaking on behalf of Elrick, Gibsons
lawyer-Robert Reid asked the judge for a
minimum fine-and a minimum licence
suspension for the man. Reidexpjained-
that becauseElrick is a pensioner he has a
lifiutSTincome and because his wife
cannot drive, needs the car for transportation.
Judge J.S.P. Johnson, however, said he
considered the absolute minimum fine for
Elrick, but that he had in mind taking
away his licence for the rest of his life.
"tie is an old gentleman — not. very
well and the best thing for him and other
people is that he's off the road," said
At the end of Elrick's one-year licence
suspension the judge ordered that he pass
medical test bgfore his licence is returned
to him. ^a
Preben Larsen Skytte of Davis Bay was
fined $1,000 fbr impaired driving. The 24-
year-old backhoe operator was caught in a
radar trap, July 15 with a reading of ;10.
The conyictiph is the man's second
drinking and driving offence. "I know it's
*bad/f he -toldi'tbejjiidge.y
A 25-year-old Gibsons man who fell off
his motorcycle into some bushes while
A suspended
beer theft
Twenty-year-old Richard Allen Delong
of Gibsons was awarded a one-year
suspended. sentence in provincial court
returning home from a funeral pleaded
guilty to impaired driving. Christopher
Robin Glabus, a boom man, was fined $500
and ordered to take the impaired drivers
Dennis George Stevenson pleaded
guilty to impaired driving after police
caught him speeding in Gibsons July 29.
The 18-year-old logger was fined $150
and had his licence suspended for six
. Glen Shawn Leech of Gibsons was fined
$300 after he failed to report an accident
July 3, Leech hit a parked car on the Port
Mellon.highway while driving to work.
Police matched the blue paint found on
the yellow car to Leech's blue pick-up
truckr-Leechhad-first-told-police that-the
damage done to his car was caused when
he hit a telephone pole, butlpolice later
found yellow paint on his fender.
The 19-year-old truck driver said he
had tried to contact the own^r of the car
when he first hit it, but that no lights were
on in a nearby house,      - ,..■' ■ ..\".
A Gibsons man was found guilty in
provincial court, August 16 of impaired
driving after he almost knocked down a
pedestrian on School Rd. following a night
of partying. ?
John Franklin Gpoljdrup, a 5fr-year-old
water taxi operator, was fined $500 and put
on probationer six months-to attend the'
impaired drivers course.
Judge J.S.P. Johnson refused a request
fi;om Gooldrup's lawyer to give the man a
reduced fine because the loss of his licence
would limit his income,
"Do youthinktaxi Tirivers~and^ruck
drivers^ should get lower fines, too?" tpe
judge asked. '1 have no sympathy for Mr.
Gooldrup or any- others — he knew he
could lose his licence before he got into his
vehicler-     ' -«,   *■■';"'    v-.~"
"I'rh   more   concerned   for   thatl
pedestrian," said Johnson^
Gooldrup was stopped by Gibsons
RCMP at approximately 2 a.m. on May 21
after police noticed his green Dodge
driving erratically down School Rd. in
Gibsons. ' _____     •'
,    Const. Russell Nash tolcTthe courflhaF
Gooldrup was driving on the left side of the
road with his two left tires on the shoulder
when he^'almost hit a pedestrian.
Nash said he stopped the car and when
-Gooldrup stepped out he said: "You've got
Joe was found guilty of stealing a $23
blouse from Cactus Flower in Sechelt. The (
store's manager testified that the blouse,
disappeared after Joe had taken it into the
Police later found the blouse lying
outside beneath the open washroom
Cactus Flower manager Janet Leckie
said Joe came into the store April 24 and
asked to try on a blouse. Leckie said she
was showing Joe to the changing rooms
when the woman asked if she could use the
The manager said Joe then took the
blouse into the washroom and returned
almost immediately without the garment
Leckie told the court she had assumed that
Joe was trying the blouse on in the
washroom and asked Joe how it fit. "She
said 'How did what fit?' and then told me
that she had never taken it in with her,"
said Leckie. >
She said Joe pointed to some slacks and
told her she had left the blouse draped over,
the pants before entering the washroom.
Leckie said sh"e searched .the area and
when she did not find the blouse approached Joe with her problem. "She said
to me 'Search me — I don't have it',":
according to Leckie. '
Leckie then~apblogized to Joe and
phpned^the poUto Iprvjielp.-
Cosht. Chris AirieUjjr of 4he Sechelt
RCMP said he searched the washroom for
the blouse but found nothing until he
looked out the washroom window where he
saw "a grey blouse lying immediately
beneath the,window."
) Joe testified that she had not takejn the
blouse mto the washroom becaiisrshfi had
already determined that it was too small
for her by holding it across her shoulders.
"I hung the blous^over the pants before I
went in;" she said.
She told the judge that the blouse would
not be worth stealing because it did not fit
Johnson asked her how the blouse had
gotten out the window when she was the
_only one in the washroom at the time.
Saturdays ahd Sundays at the Sechelt lockup.
On Friday, July 7 when Peterson had
not turned lip at the lock-up at 10:30 p.m.
nolice went looking for him.
The 22-year-old Gibsons man was found
at the Cedars Inn pub with friends.
Peterson told police that he did not
show up at the detachment as planned
because "he didn't like jail" and because
he had found a job.
• "You were ih a pub when you should
have been in jail," said Johnson. "What
does that have to do with finding a job?"
Peterson told the judge that he had
planned to go to work the next day because
having not worked for a year his debts
were starting to pile up.
Johnson told him that he had to learn
that when a court ordered him to do
something he must comply with that order. •   /
"Well, I'm going to reinforce the
lesson," said Johnson sentencing Peterson
to another 14 days in jail.
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August 23 after pleading guilty to stealing- me — I'm impaired-" Gooldrup told the
beer from the Beachcomber Motor Inn.
Similar charges laid against RoberK
Raymond Mutch in connection with the
same incident Were stayed by the Crown.
-Delong changed his original not guilty
plea to guilty after the court heard
testimony from a friend of Delong's, two'
police officers and a Beachcomber Motor
ton barman.
Delong's sentence* includes a one-year
probation period, during which he is to
keep the peace and be of good behaviour.
Thejconvictioh is a first offence for the
officer that he had four ryes at a party at
his house earlier that evening and that he
was now on his way to visit friends on
North Rd. Nash said, when he pointed out
to Gopldrup that he was travelling in the
wrongdirection, Gooldrup told him that he
"must be visiting some other friends
then/! \
Back at the BATmobile, Gooldrup
produced two breath samples of .21, and
then asked police if he could provide a
third test,
"Oh, thatrcanU5Mwght fellowfe^
bariium William-Bat-^ a big man, Iilfrlovv under now." The result
J --    -    ^ Gooldrup's third test Was .22.     \
In an unrelated case, Lorraine Joe of
Sechelt was given a one-year suspended
sentence for theft under $200.
man.-  ... ■,..,. ,■
nhart testified that oh the night of March
he had seen Delong^ a "casual
^d," after hours outside the beverage
room of the hotel with four cases of beerin
his hands.
Barnhart told the court that when he and
two other employees of the hotel saw
Delong with the beer he dropped the four
cases on the floor. "He had a stunned look
on his face," said ^arnhart. "He'd just
been caught with a bunch of beer."
V He said the manager of the hotel "got a
little violent and grabbed a hold" of
, DeLong, who then ran out of the building.
"There was mass confusion — we didn't
know what was happening," he said.
Barnhart said later that morning he
drove to Delong's house to ask him to
return the beer. He said that along the way
he picked up Mutch, who told him he was
staying at Delong's house.
Barnhart said they walked through the
open front door of Delong's house to., his
bedroom whore he was sleeping. "I was a
little bit angry at him," said Barnhart. "I
shook him out of bed fairly roughly."
' Barnhqrt told Delong to return the beer
and when no agreed, drove him back to tho
hotel with more than 10 cases of beer.
He said Mutch came with them and he
assumed both apologized^ tho Beachcomber Motor Inn manager.
A friend of Delong's and Mutch's that
had been with them on the night in
question/previously testified thalt he had
driven the two to the hotel that night.
Gordon Sopow told tho court July 12
that ho parked his car at the rear of the
motel while Mutch and Delong began
loading cajfea of beer Into tho car. Ho said
tho two returned to tho motel and he later
saw two figures run past hte car In tho
dark. He then moved his car to the front of
tho building but never saw tho men again
that night, ho testified.
Sopow had been charged with theft
under, $200 and  possession  of stolen
property In connection with tho incident,
rbut charges were stayed by tho Crown
prior to his testimony.
lolffpolice. "Give me one more tesjt'^—• ilq
"The blouse didn't walk there, did it?" he
Joe said her cousin had entered the
washroom right after her, but when the
judge gave her the opportunity to call heir
cousin as a witness, Joe said: "Let's jUst
get-it over with now."
Johnson said that he could come, to no
other rational conclusion but to find Joe
guilty of the charge.-A suspended sentence
was awarded because the conviction was
Joe's first offence, but thes judge.ordered
Joe not to enter any Ca(^ Flower'store
during the one year probation period;
In  another  case,   James  Wayne
Peterson was sent back to jailtoreinf Ofce7"
a lesson he said he has already learned.
Peterson pleaded guilty to a charge pf -;
being unlawfully at large after being found
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Peterson was sentenced to 30 days in
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■f «lWlwwaAn^iw*^"»«a«**^s!>^«ilnH' *-Wf%rt' /  ,J~  .���ili  T  L  PHONE  885-3231  PageB-2    The Peninsula Times      Wed, Aug 30, 1978  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  X  Help Wanted  Work Wanted  For Rent  Real Estate  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:   3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2,15  Three Insertions $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words) 60c  Display Ad-Briefs  ^          $3.60 tjer column inch  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, Irr  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rofes.  Ad-Briefs must be paid fpr In  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .... $8.00 yr.  U.S.A. $10.00yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area  $6.00  Single Copies 15c ea.  JOB LISTINGS  Sechelt Indian Band  CHILD CARE  & FAMILY CENTRE    .  Position: Project Manager *  Female-Male. _,  Responsibilities:  1. Total program planning,  (activities, meals, supplies,  equipment, training, information, -staff���develop-,  ment) ;   2. Staff supervision and  training.  3. Foster the good social,  CLAPPCONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors,^ Foundations.  Driveways, Cfeftom Work.  Concrete leakage problems.  Seepage or high pressure  leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125   '  _ afterZp.m -  Box 1341 Sechelt  '   4437-tfn  WHY RENT? Buy a mobile  home for less money per  mo. No dn. pay. For appt. 926-  1024 or 885-3636. 4654-41  DAVIS BAY. New home with  view. 3 bdrm, 2 fp, dbuble  glass, ensuite, stove & fridge,  $350 per mo. 885-3773.  4646-41  Announcements  Card of Thanks  ��s>  OPENING SOON  ��� Ceramics:'For information  "regarding classes, call 885-  5538. \ ' 4607-41  3 FAMILY GARAGE Sale,  Sat. and Sun., Sept. 2 and 3,  'lOa.m.4 p;m.< Corner of Deller  and Sinclair Bay Road,  Garden Bay. Car seat, pram,  .mattress, baby clothes, etc.  Ph. 883-2681. 4675-29  Birth Announcements  DARBY AND KIM Reid  -���-welcome the arrival of their  son James Darby, 5 lb. 14 oz.  Born August 1, 1978 at St.  Mary's Hospital. Delighted  also are his sister and brother  Janine and Dale. 4669-29  SechelLJLWISH TO thank. Dr.- Myhill-  Jones, Dr. Paetko, Dr.  Mountain, nurses of intensive  care, kind friends and neighbors for their, care and kindness to me while sick in St.  -Mary's Hospital. ���Mrs. Ruth  MoqH   '**-"���"    -it  Mead.  4722-29  Personal  PHOTOGRAPHS published in,  "The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office.        1473-tfn'  ALCOHOLICS anonymous  ��� meetings 8:30 p.m. every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. 883-9260 or  883-9238. 4452-TFN  Obituary  HARDING, ALBERT EDWARD of Gibsons, B.C. on  August 20,1978, age 70 years.  Predeceased by his wife  Daphne in 1976. Survived by  his loving family: sons David  and Jim of Gibsons;  daughters Barbara Harper of  Gibsons and Beverly Higgins  of Pender Harbour; 1 sister; 5  ���brothers; 9 grandchildren.  Memorial service was held  Thursday, August 24 in Boal  Chapel, .Lilloet Road, North  Vancouver. Flowers  gratefully declined in favour  of. donations to St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt.  Arrangements . through (  Memorial Society of B.C. and^  -TRAPPING SUPPLIES-^  Our 1978-79 illustrated  brochure now available. Most  competitive prices on traps,  all sizes and types, animal  lures and baits, trap wax, dye,  and other supplies. Write for  your free copy to Hudson's  Bay Company, Raw Fur  Department, 10250 - 103 St.,  Edmonton, Alta; T5J 0Y8. Ph.  (403)422-6644.      / "^4711-30  Help VVanted'  South Pender Harbour  Waterworks District  Position: Secretary  Qualifications     req'd:  Bookkeeping, filing, general  office duties.  Please send  resume  and  emotional, psycho-motor, and  cultural development of each .  child.  4. Work with and under the  guidance of the Sechelt Indian  Band Day Care Committee.  Qualifications:  Person must have training in  Early Childhood Education,  Child Care or other related  field, the ability to teach, and  understanding_of_ or . the���.  willingness to learn tfie local  Indian ways.  Salary: $180 per week. ^  Four Positions: ,     "X  Child Cape Worker - Female-  Male  Requirements:  , 1. Ability* to-   teach   and  supervise children.  2. Willingness to learn npw  ways of raising "children,  accepts the responsibility ol  attending training sessions  and doing on-going personal  development.  3. Must have the patience to  work with children.  4. Must appreciate the value  of each child as a person not a  belonging.  5. Must be willing to work  shifts.  Qualifications:  1. Knowledge  of the   Local  Indian Community.  % True understanding and  appreciation  of Indianriess.  3. Experience in working with  children a must.  4. Knowledge of the history,  culture and traditions an  . 'asset. "��� '���.���':';���'���:���>, .''.'"���������':  Salary: $138 per week.  ..i(��l l..\K\ MAN Sliipu:iK;:L  seeks work. Exp. in all  aspects boatbuilding; house  . carpentry' & cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates,  lor tree est. & professional  job call Allan Mav. 885-5765.  4578-tfn  ULTRADECK  byTrodan  . '.'The ultimate in fiberglass  XX'   .   -i-sundecks'- 7~   886-2953  4487-tf  I  U b't.UHN  i.M'.-ii Al'liXC.  First Memorial Services. 4671-  29      '  In Memoriam  IN LOVING memory of John  Edward Edmond who  passed away August 27, 1977.  Ever rernembered and sadly  missed by his widow and  family. .   4663-29  Gard of Thanks  WORDS CANNOT express out-  sincere thanks to all our  friends, neighbors and family  tor their offers of help ancLior:  ���the-cards-and flowers seht> to  us    during    Mr    recent  bereavement overTfieTloss of  our dear son and brother Rick.  , ���Thank You all so very much  ��� Babe, Delores, Doug and  Darlene, 4664-29  salary required to:  South Pender Harbour  Waterworks District,  Box 9, Madeira Park -  VON 2H0  (iiniplete landscaping service. Keg. sch. lawn & garden, care. Don't do.it twice ..  (..'alius first.  Free Estimates  885-5033  4986-1 fn'   ;,;., ���--. -J. ���' .��� ...,,�����  For Rent  FOR RENT:   Wilson  Creek  Community  Hall.   Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9.403.  ���3691-tfn  : GARDEN BAY* la duplex for .  rent - furnished, for July-  Sept. 30. $225 per month. Light  and fuel inol 883-9676.4906; tfn  FOUR BDRM mobile home,  Set  up'������;��� in  West   Sechelt  Trailer Park. Ref. required.  ���Ph. 885-2600. tfn  LEASE A LOT hear beach for  Mobile Home. $85 per mo.  885-3636 or 926-1024.       4511-tf  ' NR. MADERIA ParlJt)eluxe  furn.  chalet; WF, great  view.  $260  per  mo. -Resp.  persons only. 941-2444 or 464-  3081. 4616-41  WFT. 2 bdrm, auto oil heat,  fireplace. .Avail, immed.  Sorry, HO pets. 886-9206.   4640-j  -41 ���  ������     465940  EXPERIENCED small  engine mechanic, must be  familiar with Honda m-c and  Johnston outboards and small  engines. Salary negotiable  with experience. Please send  resume or drop,in to Rich's  Saw Sales, Box 10, Vanderhoof. 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Knowledge of present day  situation. ��� :_, i  3. Recognize, respect and  appreciate the importance of  a strong family unit for the  community as a whole. ,  .4.Knowledge-of-thk-Seehelt���.,,.��� AyAAZ-,���      T~  Indian   History,    culture,    AVAILABLE immed.,  traditions an asset.  5. Ability to communicate  well with people.  Salaryr $138 per week.  GIBSONS, Sargent Rd.>3^  . J.bdrmJiome-with'7irepJiacer2 -  blk school & shopbing,  -Fabulous view. Huge sundeck,  fenced yard. Avail. Sept. 8.-  Must have references.. $325  permo. 886-9200. 464741  Wanted to Rent  RESPONSIBLE professional  ^_fiouple seek waterfront  home to rent year round.  Willing to assume caretaking  duties. 886-9508. 464341  fcARLY SEPT.  - Unfurn.  -house with storage, by-non-  smoker, pensioners. Apply-  Box 3J0, Sechelt, B.C.   4677-29  Real Estate  KJOK SALE in Wilson-Creek-  area. New 3 bdrm 1,100 sq.  ft. house with full bsmt,.  double plumbing, standing  fireplace, sundeck, carport,  beautiful view. Askin{��$53,500.  By owner.���Ph 885-3773P4886-tf n -  CHASTER RD Lot 67 x 123'  partly cleared, ready for  building, close to school.  $10,000.886-9984. tfn  PRATT ROAD; large lot,  76'x 125'   cleared  and   in  fruit trees, $12,500.886-2155.  ,4364-tfn  TUWANEK. Lot overlooking  Lambs Bay. Serviced with  water & power. By owner; 112-?  226-501?. 4381-tfn  LEASE a lot near beach for  mobile home, $85 per mo.  885-3636 or 926-1024.       4512-tf  3 BDRM fulPbsmt, fp, full  ensuite plbg, 1300 sqft, close  to arena. 885-9027 for app't.   .  ��������� 447840  PENDlSR ' HARBOUR:  charming, peaceful  seclusion on view lot near lake  & sea, paved road, elec. etc.  $500 down, 8 pet. int., FP  $8,000. Collect 768-5659,  Jeanette Davidson, RR 3, -,  ^Westbank-rVOHSAO  HOPKINS  WATERFRONf  Open Sat. 1:30-3:30  3 bdrms winterized home on  75'-xwaterfront lot. Home &  garden in mint condition.  $102,506), To view callPegg^  Rose >12-947-9504; Paul  Jaffary/112-926^5344.  JCef&KerLtd^, 922-9121  -46924IT  Business Opportunities  Cars, and Trucks  1970 BEETLE, 69,000 miles,  rear window  defog, exc.  cond. $600 obo. Ph. 885-  5407. 4668-29  196 9      PLYMOUTH  Roadrunner, 383,  4 spd.,  orange with black vinyl roof.  Ph. 885-2750. tr 4661-29  GOOD_BODY-LGood_Tires!_  "Tluns excellent! All forjonly  $1,000.1969 Datsun Vz ton. PH.  980-0027 collect. 4681-29  PROFITABLE opportunity to  participate in thriving- class  food service establishment.  Gibsons. $16,000. 885-9560,  evenings. 452945  AUTO WRECKING Towing  business, dwelling, office,  shops, warehouse, stock,  $60,000 minimum down or  what have you. Vendor sell or  lease. Williams Lake Realty,  3924117.:-   r--r__-^-,.:.4698-32  THRIVING Delicatessen in  rapid growth area. 617  ���square feet with modern  equipment. Close to $20,000  -stock-Write P. Naskinen, B$x���  125, Port McNeill VON 2R0.  Ph. 956-3692 or "9564322.4710-29   \   Mortgages  LOW. COST  MORTGAGES  Loans. Residential  Commercial. Town or  country. Enquiries Mr.  Durand 384-1424, eves. 385-  6178 Smith Dodson Estates  Ltd., M20 - 635 Humboit St.,  Victoria: V8W1A7.       4715-29  ^Mobile Homes  MOBILE HOME space, near  Sandy Beach, on full lot. $75 ���  per iho. 885-3636. 4264-tf  '7412 x 68 Statesman, 3 fcidrms,  all appliances, drapes, w-w.  carpet,   immed.   possession.  $12,500,886-9489.     .     456442 :  12 x 48 2 BDRM Modulihe;'  ":��� double dr fridge. No DP. 100  pet. fin. $6500.926-1024. 465241  12 x 68. GENDALL 3 bdrm,^  double, dr   fridge,   clearf.  Repo. 100 pet. fin. No DP.  $10,500,926-1024. 465341  10-x 52' 2 BDRM.  883-9115  days, 883-2671 eves.   461541  BLACK VW Thing, exc. cond.,,  ���1974, 3,600 miles, very rare.  Wide  tires and mags,  extractor. $3,500. After 6 p.m.  Ph.112-926-9649. 4688-31  ASNEW!!  '73 % ton Ford Econoline Van.  V8 std, 32,000 mi, HD susp, HD  heater, bucket seats, radio,  ps, pb, new paint, sliding door  w-wdw, rear vent. w.dw,  shelving etc. -ior tradesman.  CaU 883-9913  467041  . Boats and Engines  2G-FT:--REINEL"irsail6oatr3  sails,     trailer,     15"   hp  Kvinrude. $9,900.886-9984.   ���  4967-tfn  JYEARLY      MOORAGE,  "Pender Harbour, $1.25 per  ft. Headwater Marina, 883-  2406,20 ton ways.        455941   X.A   '.'���". '���'.' ' . ''.���-���   .  VIVACITY 20 frp hull,  stainless & alum, rig, 4  sails, 4 bunks, head, galley &  many lockers. Comes with 7%  HP Merc. All on trailer. 886-  9335.    ���> _ '457740  21* FIBREFORM 'San Juan'  cruiser. Head, galley, ice  box, .trim tabs, sounder,' CB  radio etc. Maintained ifi excel,  cond'n under covered  moorage. $6900.885-3549. 4613-  ,24' FIBREFORM Chryger,  215 h.p. Mercruiser with Big  Leg^auto pilot, depth sounder,  recorder^ anchor* winch, trim  tabs, bait tank and pump,  head-galley? alcohol stove and  pressure water/ spare prop.  CB, etc. Ph. 883-2750.    4682-29  24-FT. SPENCER cruiser,  clean,      dry,      immac  throughout. Galley, stand-up  head, sleeps 5, economic Ford  GARDEN  EQUIPMENT  MTD TILL-IT  TILLER  4hp  TILLER  $399.95  4m&&  GE ELECTRIC  MOWER  TORO 21"  POWER DRIVE  *59.95$31S00  TORO 19"  WHIRLWIND  $249.95   Jm&yr  19" SHEFFIELD  $138.00    lU^  19" GAS MOWER  $149.95* I O  TORO 21"  POWER DRIVE  I  roor  bagger  $429.95  TORO 18" ���  REAR BAGGER  $299.95   Zt59^  i  ^  -\  449n4l^^AOlit^ieE^-AfcE!-1974-12x64~1��werrVnIvolQ-driveTMuifes  SPECIALS  ABS 800 SEWER PIPEi  3" PERF. 49c ft.  3" SOLID 59e ft; '  4" PERF. 69c ft.  4" SOLID 89c ft.  BIG "0" PIPE  IOO foot rolls  535.00 per ro!I  SHELVING  1x6 Spruce 32c ft -  1x8 Spruce 39c ft  1x10 Spruce 49c ft  ;.; 1 x 12 Sprruc^ 65c ft  ^PANELLING--  I'rlnl your ticl In llio ��t|iior����, ll�� ��uro lo loovo n b|nnK ipon> altor onch  woi;t, ,  ���thronlln����l��$2,l5,r:(ir.|ui(lil|||nnol||nnll60i-.     - ,  J    '  Tnl<�� odvnntoo* ol our ��|mrlnl ��ovlnp��.  > Ronyoi/r ��<llwlc��     lh��lhlr.lHm��l��FHCC,       ,  ' 11 you pay lor your nd lh�� Snlunloy b��)or�� publlcallon you g��l n  illuoiml     25clor I lnt��illon     SOt (or 3,  Mnll u> your ml, or drop II old  In Saclmll nt th* r.nliuulii Tim** Olllc*  In Olbioni nl th�� Arbului lr����  n M'M'H M"M MMMMMilMMIW M'tU'M MMMMMWIMMMIW ���"  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  w,.."*"'V*"-'  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  -'I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ��!  I  L,  CUSSIFICATION  im iij-.nHiimip ��� ���'  ��2  15  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  "I  ...l...  I.  I  I  I  I  I  I  I 60��  N��m.  Ail<lr*M  I'nilnlCniU  I.I No.  -M  Position:  Cultural Worker - Female-  Male  Responsibilities:  1. Organize Cultural activities  and    programs    for    the ;  children.  2. Teach Indian Arts and  Crafts, language, stories,  legends.  3. work as a Child Care  Worker part of tho time.  4. Organize Cultural Activities for the qommunity.  5. Bringing back somo of tho  old Secholt Indian ways,  6. Must be willing to work  shifts.  Qualifications:  1. Knowledge of the Sechelt  history, culture, and trnditlons  a must.  2. Ability to communicate  well with all ages.  3. Knowledge of tho Indian  situation in socloty today ���  tho causes of our Social  .���.���problem3.-'''''---p--'''-���" �����������- ��-��� *-    -  4. Knowledge of  resource  aople.  lust bo able to organize  jonlo and activities,  lust bo able to speak to  groups of pooplo.  Salary: $130.00 por week.  ,���...;      " 4710-40.  Work Wanted  WANT    HOUSEKEEPING  position in motherless homo  between Socholt nm} Gibsons.  Ph,-MW>7B3. 4072-31  DRESSMAKING     and  alterations, Wilson Crock-  Davis Buy nroQcPht 886���-:-'-������"���'-'-  ������6236;"- ���"*��� 172Wr*  "V;p|i��''..��v.-. ���.���.i;'i'i'i,.��'��;i"iii'i'.";' y, r::,:r"\ ':rr:'y��:z:,"'"  WllATDOYOUiai'ECT   .  , KUQMA.TltKK(KSKUVIQS-7  - i'lxiiorioncod, ItiNiirod work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed i-ier-  vlc^'/  , , - ,,  ,- Knir estlumtdkV  TWO 1 bdrm duplexes, one 2  bdrm duplex. One 2 bdrm  house. 886-JJ530. 460941 .  ���_��� i  SPACTOUS 2 bedroom house  year-round, .quiet private  location, private access ������ to  beach. Soames Pt. area, $300  per mon. Ph. 886-7574 or 886-  7020. 4679-31  SMALL COTTAGE, Secret  Cove, Sept. 15 - June 15, $130  per mon. and utilities. Ph, 112-  263-5667. ���   4667-29  partly  furn.   bachelor  suite  in  central Gibsons. Ph. 886-7490  or 886-2597. 4666-31  $190.    HALFMOON    BAY,  waterfront, furn. 2 bdrm.  cottage. Lease til June. Ph.  112-433-3610. 4680-31  DAVIS BAY waterfront, year  round 3 bdrm. home, stove,  fridge, dlshwashor, $450 per  mon. Ph. 885-3323.        468.1-29  HOTEL LAKE, 1 bdrm. furn,  unit, elec. heat , fireplace.  Avail. Sept. 15 - May 30. $150  per mon. Ph. 883-2354.   4684-31  2 BEDROOM' home, Francis  Peninsula. 1 acre with  fireplace, carport, utility  room, furn, All now olec,  appliances, Reliable couple,  no children, $220 per mon. Ph,  803-9159 or 986-3059.      4087-31  2 BEDROOM sulto, Marino  Drlvo. Wntorfront, w-w,-  stove, frldgo. $250 por mon.'  Ph, 080-8035 ev  -- '    BUILDERS'  SUMMER PROJECT  You-' can't help but make  money on a house when you  start: with a southern ex:  posure, water view; lot 75 x 250,  serviced, sewer^ close to  Village & schools, Priced to  sell at $15,000. It's in sunny  Gibsons.  BRIAN MELLIS     V  929-3^37 .'  SAXTON REALTY  929-3416  Statesman, fully furn. incl.  washer and dryer,-drapes,  7x24' porch. Fully skirter and  set up in Family Park near  beach. FP $11,500. Ph. 885-  5495. 4665-31  n0'x54' SKYLINE, furnished,  $4800. Ph. 485-5851 after 6  p.m. 6656-31  repair. $5,500.  886-2598.  Ph. 929-3037 or  4662-31  Motorcycles  '76 YAMAHA  RD400,  reb't  engine. $900 obo. 886-9493.  4657-41  2BSA 441 cc. One '70, needs  rings; '68 as parts. Both $450,  obo. 885-5354. ,4574-40  NEVER BEFORE savings  ���like this. New 12x68'Mobile    ��� -  Homes,   2   or   3   bedroom,    Machinery  $13,995.00.  CaU  collect  596- y  llll. West-lawn flomes^J^^_Faiv^Ai^^^l97rDroft^(r~  36764F"l��099-T-raser, HwyT,"  B.C9  "Surrey,  4696-32  ! eves.  4093-29  3 BEDROOM home, sauna,  fireplace, dble. carport; 000  sq, ft, shop bldg. $310 per mon.  Avail Sept, 1st, Ph, 083-  2400. t 4695-31  3   BEDROOM   waterfront  1   house,   doluxo.   All   appliances. . Ycnr-nround.   Ph.  383:3070 or 000-7275.      4710-31  2 BEDROOM, private entrance, basement sulto, w-  w, flro place, ocean view, $250  por mon. Including utilities  nnd cablevision. Pli.flOO-.  2707. 4717-31,  f&olill MON. 2 b(lrm72  ... Uth., 1 year old, oloo.hoat  and flro placo on Pebble Crcs;;-  Sochclt, A. Simpkins,, Box 617,  Socholt. Ph. nOG-20W��.   4725-3f  BEACH HOUSE: unique  modernized 2 bdrm cottage  with incredible view, located  behind breakwater In Selma  Park. F-place, huge sundeck,  protected buoy in front. Incl  furniture. Incase land. $20,000.  Call Rlek. Off. 873-3474; Rq.<j.  438-2290; wknd, 885-2482. 4560-  40  INTERIOR LOG HOMES --  Custom prefabing and on-  site construction of log  buildings, $9.00 per" square  foot basic price. Write or  phone Interior Log Homes,  Bridge Lake, B.C. V0K 1E0.  Ph. 093-4440 or 593-4459.4697-29  LUMBER YARD, Hardware  Store, Ijund for expansion,  Surrey. Motels, .Businesses.  Single family homes, Wo also  manage rental homes. Heal  Agencies. Ltd,, 12037 80th  Avonuo, Surrey, Ph. 094-  0454. 4701-20  25 ACRES overlooking Horao  Uiko anil Valley. Ideal for  homesite or development.  Only four miles from 100 Mile  House,4"'B.Cr"Asking $29,800.'  Ph. 032-0304, write Box 2820  Salmon Arm, B.C. VOE  1975 MANCO Manchester  12x68' Mobile Home as new,  Wall to wall carpet, stove,  fridge, semi-furn. 'On site  Sunshine Coast Mobile Homes  Park. Complete with wheels,  connects to all services. Must  be seen. F.P. $13,500. Pad 90.  Ph. 886-7708, after 6 p.m. or  086-2200 at work. 4719-tfn  Campers and Trailers  W - 18. FT. travel trailer.  Fully equipped, located ut  Secret Covo. \ Asking $2,200  obo. Dnys 937/3444, eves. 936-  0181,| 4523-tfn  12' TRRUY Rambler Trailer,  compl w-stove,' fridge etc.  Hest offer, 085-2613,      4601-41  t,��,WH*w.^w~MW ..,- ���,.-.^.-.,,.-.m...m..t.tmmm-mm-:'-r-rmtm% '  Cars and Trucks  Feller Buncher. Ph. 112403-  6744769.,  '    ) . 4699-29  FOR SALE -- 67 CAT 3T.  Hydraulic   angle  dozer,  winch ahd  canopy.  Good  condition. Ph, (604) 442-  8365. ((     4700-29  TD9, JOHN DEERE crawler,  Newfeld 164 tractor, 1967  Fargo 3-ton truck, 9 ft.  Swather, Baler, Tandem  Trailer, Swath turner. Box  1700. Salmon Arm, 832-  7111 days., 4706-29  1907 950 CAT Loader, bucket.  1972 Weldco grapple, spare  wheel, chains, VHF radio,  spare parts. $31,000 complete.  Box 306 Telkwa, B.C. V0I2X0.  Ph. 840-5435. 4708-29  1970 FORD Crowpab % Jon,,  21,000 miles. $4,800 obo. Ph.  880-2994. 4091-29  2T0.  4704-29  SUITE! HARBOUR view in  QlWons, furn. and rnlsc, for  salo, Roasonablo rent. Ph. flflfl-  .2440. __J7#b29..  ���fiie Peniinsuid Tiiiic5 Classifieds  i  TJien.glvo.usncullf  .|Crt;..rmr.r'.ff,SS.,r��:*����:-^. .'.'*  I       TREE SERV1C10S LTD,  88M10D .     7r.fl-tfn  NlilW   HOUSE   Redrooffs;.  CMSARBD. view lot, septic  tank, writer, powor and  blacktop. Marble ltd., Wilson  ('reek, F.P. $12.500,"'"K Simpkins. Ph, 885-2088.       4720-31  ^BEDROOM CO'ITACJE In  Roberts Chick within  walking dlstanco of Beach.  Newly redecorated Inside and  out, good starter homo for  young couple, Year-round  creek. $25,(MKlf Ph, 005-2573 or  800-9022.  4730-31   ,^^r:>:.!A��y.,;yy:.y::zA:y  LOOKING FOR  TENANTS?  I<ot us look after the renting of  your  proporty  ond be  wcttJCCici>.Q.MUiuioru,. vttu^ ,.  I-owman or Kch Wills, at, m  3271.  Woodburn Stovos  &Fuol Ltd.  Wood hIovob by Flhhor,  i ��k �� w o o.d i ���..5tt d Q i-uu-Va I Lb y ,-  Conilorl mul Flndloy,  DUtr-llmtor!, in Wontorn  Concido o| tho K��ri Scohmon  and Kurt 'Ulan wood llr<)d  bolltir, Dunloi',. Inr|ii|r|nik In-  vltnd, Norlhorn Hoattlnor ond  Shaw      Zoi'o     'Clunranco,  ,vy,o<S,d^'Bll,1,.luf..Mocw�� Iiuulnlod  pl|)��, (itrontioilod ond llltlnfl*  IIP   Full   Avo,,  Norlh   Vancouvor  907.0011  DRESS  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  - 1x4 Select V-Joint  ������,.'���:; *aiclr.-'-'v-J  1x6 Supreme  43c fi  .1x6 Select V-Joint  37c ft  CLEAR S4S  CEDAR STOCK  . 2x2 21clinft  2x3.33c lih ft  2x4 50clinft  ���RR^eEDAR-  5x5 Cedar R/L $1.19 ft  2x6.5i$1.25ea.  2x4-5'90c ea  1x8-5'99c ea.  4x4 Cedar 6'  49c llnft .  2x4S4SFIr6'  1 lc llnft  2x6 precut Util  10c llnft  2x4EconoFlr6'-16'  12c ft      i  or$l80/Wl  WATER BED  MATERIAL  2x10 Pino 99c ft  2x12 Pine $1.09 ft  SIDING  ,1x5 Pino $489/M  3/4x10 Suburban  Bovol$199/M  FUEL  Prosto Logs 9/$2,00  401b. Coal $3.29  ' Avail, Sent, i, $326 pfltfrtwt*jw^v.-- ftonttary21  Ui��Tlm��i Adbrl��l��l  IlonlRBtnlo (1070) Ltd.  473M0  Stay Warm All Winter  Tub  FoFfurther"'   lnformatlori contad:  Itkl I^ondH  Box 310  Sechelt  885-3818  on    tho,-  PenliiHiila'  airtight cuts  heating costs  M lb wood oqnol C.000 bin  "Oil hoovy Mool connlrucllnn  ���biirnii 10-14 hi'h on 1  lond  "Urn brick lined  ���hot wnlor colli, rl or hill  hPi)d���oi)...i��<|u��*l .,��   rlorflo cooklno surfnrn  "custom    built    to    Hull  houio���tmalh-Q0'' wood  ���modlunit 2<V wood  GIBSONS  BUILDING   >��,  886-8141  ,W��,  ��i,i  ' *�����'('���'; i  .  Hf��>**f'1f** '  p.!^,*.^!  'W.  W ftlC UJK.1WJHHS- *��-,* ��   I*        ���*-���*  ! fi -f| JH^|f.)IVtfrt'-|W**->��>M^*^*  w��t��jt**^insK w '* s 1 f "Utlt  I  '  I      .*��� , ' ''.  I  '    I \.
For Sal*^
For Sale
CERTIFIED  Farrier,_ Hans _„    CLEARANCE SALE 3i-OPENING-Majestic "0"
"Berger is "coming to Coast.
Contact-Sunshine Farm. 898-
375J. 994-tfn
^^U6©A3S !^aflt=to=learaiffla©Ffr—
about them? For free copy,
lof B.C. Dairy Goat 'NewsJ
write   B.C.   Goat   Breeders
Ass'h; 1*0 Box 59, Whonnock,      « 20 pet. off
B;C.VOM1SO. 4583-41 ' Radial TA 50, 60 & 70 Series
 7....v....20 pet." off
To make room
for 300 snow tires
arriving Sept. 5^
-ijBlJL .P-0lTOsterJir.es_U----^o "-
(pairsionly) ........ ,10 pet. off
(on sets of 4)....... .15 pet. off
Fibreglass Belted Tires
PUREBRED,   registered   4-.
year-old Jersey cow, in calf,
-gentle,_4-H trained, __family__
coW-^MHLfirm. Ph. 885-2315.
^—->-y 4694-31
Lost :
. i,,,. ■. .
1 WHITE 4 turquise Sportyak
III and oars. From Sargeant
Bay, P.O. Box 13177, Sechelt,
B.C. 4658-29
FOUND small white dog; Aug.
20, Sechelt area. Ph. 266-
4558. 4686-29
...PetS- ,-'.■,:■''..■■...■
FREE to good home, grey &
white Manx, 1^2 yrs. 885-
3876;       ' 4^7340
Wanted to Buy
Will pay cash for bear claws "
and badger claws. For furthe.
information write  F.  Tidd,
Box 351T Sipamoiis, Tt C VPS*
Mag Wheels
.. .L.._. .^ 15 pet, off
All discounts are off our
regular selling price which is
well below manufacturer's
suggested list price. Sale
prices include installation. No
trade-ins accepted on sale
merchandise. Sale ends Aug.
31. Credit terms available; no
down payment required ...
interest-free for 60 days. Chgx
or MC Cards accepted.
Senior Citizens extra
•16 Pet. Courtesy Discount
Corner Wharf & Dolphin
Streets ^         ■
clearance fireplace complete with 3 length triple
chimney & cap. $300.885-2613.
NEW 40 channel CB tadio &
antenna. $98.50.884-5240.
Campers For Rent
Vacations the unhassled way.
Fully equipped, fully insured.
Member of Multiple Listing Service
MOVING — Must sell, 23 cu.
freezer, approx. ,1% year
■old, $325. Weedeater, $20;
Tummytoner, $12.50. Ph. 885-
3433 or 885-2074. 4678-40
Legal Notices
Form No. 1
In Land recording District of
New     Westinlhster     and
"situated within the Village of
Take notice that the Cor?'
poration of the Village of
Sechelt,     occupation
,.n.   __ >■.,,-„„,,.:.'.-,■■■ ■,    Municipality, intends to apply
canopy.    PH.     885-5765   described lands:
WASHER; Spin dry, $45. Ph.
885-5623 after 6 p.m.   4674-29
1 iiiAKQ DIVING compressor,
7.5 cu. ft. per min. at 3200 lb.
18 hp. motor oh port; alum.
/frame; $2850. Ph. 885-      >
3897. 4660-31
%'' COPPER water pipe, bath
vanity sink, cast iron tub,
dble. s-s kitchen sink, propane
cook L stove, windows, will
remove, Ph. 886-9292 between
5:7R.|n.  . 4689-31
FREEZER> double bed, boat
trailer, table saw. Ph.' 885-
5623 after 6 p.m. 4673-29
For Sale
REWARD - $50 offered for
rear window of 1954,55 or 56
Cadillac  or'Buick  Road-
master. Ph. 886-2513.    4685-31
; trical Bench Test Board,
ideal for repair shops, tool
rental shops, school's,
maintenance shops, in hotels,
institutions, apartments, etc.
For free brochure, send self-
(a) Lot 10, District Lot 1647,
New Westminster District
Group 1, Plan 4567 containing
5 acres..
The purpose for which the
, disposition is required is for a
public works yard.
Thomas Wilson Wood,
Village Clerk
Dated August 25, 1978.
4721-sptppb. Aug; 30, Sept. 6,
Sept. 2, 9:30 a.m. Dbl..bed   c-o_Box: 248, Campbell River,
(box spring and mattress), 4
h.p.  Johnson ■ o.b.,   lots  of
'goodies.  1  mile north of
. Coriimuhity Hall on Redrooffs
Road, Ph. 885-3535.       4729-29
TABLE AND chairs, vacuum
cleaner, Moffat range,
garbage burner, 110 volt Hiw.
tank, carports, and" much
more, Ph. 885-9976.     4732-31
I£>OKING for a Rock & Roll
Band? Horizon Is available,
best price on the Coast. 885-
2815, 4501-lf
FISHER woodtmrnlnH .stove
with the 10 yoar guarantee
can bu seen'at Radio Shack, .1
&C Electronics.       "4855-tfn
LADIES, Mens. Ctyldrohh,
Maternity Clothing. 'Npw &
Nearly New', Encorq
Boutique, 2445 Marino Dr.. W.
Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon>Sot,
10-5. 4457-tf
_.ia , • i	
Sewing Machine
Chemical Wash'	
Parts for all makes
All Work Guaranteed
21 Years Experience
;; pton$MSt§ye;,
HUNK BED, $25; 4 drawer
cheat, $15; 48" bopnprlnR,
..,  of fern; C1I0 dryor, $121)} fun fur
sofa k 2  ottomanli  which
convert to queen slzo hed,
matching  round  chair  w-3
1950 PIPER PA-20 wide gear
" 800-6;tifes7 hew fabric on
wings, new paint,' red oh
white. 2150 TT 510 SMOH 125
H.P. Lye. Narco MK.V, VOR.
Asking $9,550. Phone Derek
Duffy 832-6220, Salmon Arm.
B.C. Also lh acreairstrlp lot at
Anglemont Estates on
Shuswap Lake. $15,950,
Terms. 4705-29
DAIRY FARM, going concern, • 340 acres. Modern
parloiyncw liouine, 55 cows.
Write Box 574, Bashaw, Alta.
TOB OHO. 4707-29
QUESNEL LAKE, waterfront
acreage; new large modern
homo, full bnsement,
heatilator, fireplaces, fully
Qlc'ctrlq plus ; propane,
equipped Kitchen, extra
plumbing. Ron Burley,
Pooraon-Johnstono, Box 500,
Ucluelet, B.C, VOR 3A0. Phone
726-4447. ,    4709-29
DOORS! B.C.'s Lowest
Prices. Pre-hung Interior
$14.90; pre-hung Exterior
$37.00; Fancy doors $49.00.
Huge stock. Walker's, Phone
200-7211 1300 S.W. Marino
Drlvo, Vancouver, V0P
GZ9. 4713-29
 Snlol  Clearout of-factory
overstock, B.C.'s lowest
prices. Up to 25 por cent off.
Wnlker's. Economy doers -
windows. 260-7211, 1380 S.W.
Marino Drlvo, Vancouver VflP
5Z9. 4712-29
Notice of Intention
to Apply for A
■;   Disposition.DfCrowni;and
In Land Recording District of
Vancouver, B.C. and situated
on the shore-of Vancouver Bay
Take notice that British
Columbia Forest Products
limited of 1050 West Pender
Street, Vancouver, occupation
Forest Products Company,
Intends to apply for an Oyster
Lease of the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
on the high wa.ter mark of
Vancouver Bay 100 meters
west of the Southwest corner
of Lot 2229, N.W.I), thence
Due West 150m; thence N 50
degrees W 500m, thence N 57
degrees E 320m to tho high
water mark Vancouver Bay;
thence following shorollno
Vancouver Bny in a southwesterly and southeasterly to
the point of commencement,
and containing 0,2 ha„,moro
or less.   ■*"
The purpose for which the
disposition Is required la
Mollusc fishery purposes.
British Columbia Forest
.     Products Limited
Dated March 10, 1078, Per:
F,A. Armstrong, Proporty
Mj Pitch-lA*78
Equipment? Let us quote
     prices on guns, shells, scopes
Hla»»-Hrouiul<-«nd * wU-mouijtsrlofltllnjH^e^ulp-
Uiblos, must be seen, 1 of a
kind, $1000; white 100 pel,
wool rug, $50: child plywood 3
drawer desK: $Z5f tctgmc
truck for parts, $70; 18' bout,
motor still on warranty, fully
equipped, Ideal for fishing
full -lino, of fishing., gear '
offor. 803-9208
ment and accessories. Outfitter enquiries welcome.
Write Stoelhoiul Sporting
GoodffrB("t100B4, Burnaby,
•B.C.V5H3Y1. 4714-20
4 BRAND new^lGV hubcapi*.
,Nover been on wheel. GM,
Wholesale prlco, 8115-3400,
COMPLETE living room
i:ruvM—- furnishing*, rod orushed
4507-40    velvet chesterfield nnd chair.
icoffertnhie; rend mms,i~
lamps, wall plaque, etc. $250,
Ph. 88(1-8040 eves. 4723-29
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U»o Tlmos AdMofsl
, Excollont cond.
880-11040 eves.
color t.v;
$250, Ph,
Rotiro on tho boautlful
coa»t of Pondor Har-
bour. Wo havo 6 Mobile
Homo Sltoi loft.
Single Widos
"""" oVDouBloWldoi
Locatod at Garden Day
BR cedar home, built 1975. View and
many extras. $105,000. \
MADEIRA PARK - nice 2 BR home with
fireplace, full basement. Close to
stores etc. $42,500.
GULFVIEW ROAD - Madeira Park,
fantastic view from this new home - 3
new   appliances,   fireplace.   $95,000.
 S1LVEE_SANDS'—   l.a±_acres.   Gulf
view, 10 x 50' furniiRi3~mobrle homeTr
small cabin. $45,000.
SILVER SANDS.— 1.6±- acres, Guff
view, furnished 12 x 60, mobile home.
Ad|oins above property. $45,000.
EARLS COVE — furnished 12 x 44'
Skylin^ Mobile Home on semi-
waterfront '"lot. $20,000. l
MADURA PARK — one' BR concrete
block cottage, fireplace. $23,000
NARROWS ROAD — 3 BR rancher, built
1976, carport & sundeck. Close 1o
Madeira, Park. $36,900.
MADEJRA PARK — interesting 4 BR
view home, orchitect-yesigned. 5
major appliances. $77,000.
GARDEN BAY — 1176 sq ft 2 BR view
home,  full ^basement,  sundeck.   Built    *-
1975. $56.00,0.
panabode, fireplace, full baserfient. On
arge le^yQt„$36,000. "--• ---—""•"""
LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE — 3 BR home on
5+ acres Fruit trees, garden. View
over lake. $77,500.
GARDEN BAY — l± acre view lot,
with 22 x 56' Safeway doublewide - 4
appliances, large sundeck, concrete
foundation. $62,500.
view home, full basement, built 1975,
close to marina. $88,000.
  1596 sq1 ft 5 BR
3   bathrooms^^aartiaHy
finished rec room, hot water heating, 5
appliances   Built 1976   $84,000
Glendale. mobile home with 430 sq ft
addition. Oh 2/3± *acre lot. $28,500.
WARNOCK ROAD — furpished 2 BR
mobile home, 12 x 60'. on'large, level'
landscaped'lot. $28,500.
fiieplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hvyy
101. $37,500.
GARDEN BAY —. 4 BR home ,on 2
levels. Electric heat. Landscaped..£Jase
to stores & marinas. $50,000.
ISLAND IN BLIND BAY r-'lovoly 6±
acres trood Island. $60,000, -
1. 100± ft W/F, driveway in, serviced.
,    $2e;ooo.
2:78sft W/F lot, septic tank & drain
field in 8 approved, driveway in, bldg
site in, southerly exposure. $39,500.
1. 132 fi W/F In Pender Harbour, 1.8
acres, deep moorage. $50,000.
2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above 1,22±
acres, $36,500.     «
3. 70' bluff watorfront, view over
Bargain Harbour, $21,500.
4. 220±   ft   low   bank   sheltered
11.6 ACRE ISLAND - 3'BR furnished
— panabodo,    float.    Water    &    hydro,
* $165,000. *•
waferfront. 1.24 treod acros.,$48,00O,
BROOKS   COVE   -^   194'   waterfront,
.across by trail (1000' from parking)
septic in, fiydro & wator, $25,000,
WESTMERE BAY ■■■- 1,400± fl
waterltont on 4,0 trood acros. Nlco
boach ana^ rocky point, Water access
only. $47,500.
NELSON ISLAND  40 pcros, 1 500' on
WostmoroBay, 225± on Wost Lako. 3
BR homo, 2 callages, road to lako,
final-,, Walor accoss, $160,000,
NARROWS INLET - socludod acroago •
tiood, low bank, 5 to 14 acro parcels,
Wator accoss. $24,500 to $39,500.
ST. VINCENT BAY --- 350± ft wator-
front;1 6,5 acros. Wator access;
EARLS COVE -■•• 5,57 acros, 450± ft
sholtorod watorfront adjoining forry
tormlnal. $125,000.
SAKjNAW    LAKE    —     1,300+     ft
lakefront, 24+ acres, 4 BR furnished
. panabode. float. $105,000. ,.
' ', ',
RUBY, LAKE ■--' 5± treed acres close to
public'lake access. $19,800,
SAKINAW LAKE — 2.9 acres, 128±'
lakefront. $18,000.
RUBV LAKE — 95±, acres exc'ollent
land with 400± ft lakefrqnt and
2600±, ft on lagoon, $100,000,
D.l. 3258 -botwoon Sakinaw & Ruby
;? Lakes,  1500 i ft.  on  Sakinaw lake,
crook. Hdllowoll Rd, ends at prpporty,
$115,000.       ,,
RUBY LAKE — 400±. ft lakofrontage,
5±_ trood acros, road accoss, $49,500.
CARTERS LANDING • Sakinaw Lako ■
24.B t acros, 1350 :l: fl. lakofront,iroad
access,' house, crook. $135,000.
NORTH  LAKE 2  BR  homo,   needs
somo finishing, lake viow, road across,
Prov. loaso lot, $21,000.
I.MADEIRA  PARK       sorvlcod   lots,'
2, FRANCIS PENINSULA ■ sorvlcod lots,
3, GARDEN DAY AREA vlow lots.
4, SANDY HOOK vlow lol on Porpolso Drlvo. $10,500,
Buy Rood, Sorvlcod lots, most with
vlow, Ihroo with lakofront, Prlcod from
$10,000 la $37,500.     %
sovon lots,
yvator, on
1.6  ocros,
1, IRVINE'S LANDING  2.U7 acro view
lol, lovol, $33,000,
2, NF^R RUBY llAKE      8,^9 ocios on
Hwy  101. $25,000,
'3rMIDDtnPO|NT"p' inX'tfcr'oi, S'Tr""
cotlngo, crook, $40,000,
4. KIEINDALE     5,±,atf«» on Hwy 101,
sorvlcod   with   hydro   8,
■Cochrano   Road,   Francis
trood, sorvlcod, $25,000,
8., DAVIS BAY       Trood vlow lol "on
Groor Road, $16,500,
9, SELMA PARK  •  lot  with  boautlful
vlow, closo to boach, $22,000,
10. FRANCIS    PENINSULA    ■    9    nlco
building lots at cornor of Cochrano and
Camoron Roads, $11,000-$13,000,
~ - sorvlcod lotr low prlco, $0,000,
basomonl, 6 appllancos, flroplaco. 133'
watorlront, romp S, float, $81,000.
full basomont, 1997 M| It on main
floor, Bulll 1976, Sopnrnto. 700 sq fl
workshop, On 122+ cholio walor-
fmnl lol Willi lamp & llonl. $1(10,000,
5, NEAR MADEIRA PARK   1 5 acros,
2150 :l; fl. on Hwy,  101, $44,000,
6, KLEINDALE ■ 23.7 acros, somo
morchamablo llmhor. lots of trooi for
"bWlldl'iig "a'iofl4lt<»uio,'''-J'56'|0b'a ""
7, f RANCIS PENINSULA I ,fl± arms,
rornor ot Wornock A FrnncU Ponlnsula
Roods, $17,500,
EGMONT   A   A   BR   homo,   partial      ^?m
ba»omont,   »undock,   on   3,3   acres,       JggJ
270^, It cholco walorfront, $95,000,
HOSPITAL BAY      2 UR homo on 50.-1
boach lot, $60,000,
HASSANS STORE Fronds Ponlniulo, .
~ Oonornl »torirr3 BR rRildoncor'fitrtlal      MADEIHA PARK - vacant-storo bldo.'
houso, On 1.15+ acros with 160+ fl       nd|olnlnq   llvlnfl  quarlort.,   Ono   orr«>
"itmtwnnfrtr«ifs wawffo^
plus tash lor stock,   « '      """      ' °'1
Zonod R3. $52,000.
onus, 2 BR homo wllh litoplocOj 2 BR
^otlnoo, (forV ft Pool   SUO.OO'd,*"™*^™^
"      TRANCIS   PENINSULA    lnr<)« -3  lili
"mr€binrt'*ihttl$m&'1mntr nn tno tr,
watotitanllQl, $95,000.
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% :-/,  / /  \  ElMUlingjBi netirement_resiidenceZ PagelH       Pe��ta*.ia times      A^tn,im ^-g;���r���.Tgm���.Ad  When buying a home, older  rchasers should give some  msideration to a house that  .meets present needs but will  also satisfy future lifestyles.  If your family is nearly at  the point of leaving the family  home, you are facing a future  ,$hen that-home will be used  ,<?$& only two people.  Your  ^income may be reduced, your  &| energies may be declining.  ii Will the garden and outside  Kg maintenance be too heavy for  || you then? Will the location be  suitable if you don't have a  car?  Are there  services,  stores, transit and  recreational facilities within  easy reach? *  If you consider the adjustments that retirement and  advancing age will bring,  about, you will probably  . choose the kind of home that  ' can make these transitions  easily.  During your working  years, make changes, repairs  and improvements in  preparation for a retirement  . period of easy maintenance  and continued ownership  satisfaction.  FOR SALE  1262 sq. ft. ��� 2 bdrm house, Veterans Rd'. Post & beam, stone  heatilator fireplace, w/w carpets. Landscaped .. lot, cement  driveway, fridge & stove, thermoglass with wood frames & Dutch  dior 886-9526 eves.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  mi  rtss  w.-i  Pender Haitour Realty Lid  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  ONE ACRE LOTS ��� On Francis Peninsula.^ Privacy  plus value in this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't  delay ... $15,000 each.  ���Es  ft*-*  us  t BOATERS ���Older type, 5 bdrm home with deep  moorage in Pender Harbour. FP $60,000:'   EXCELLENT   building lot. Front Road, Madeira Park. Fully  serviced. $10,500.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT��� And a real bargain, it is  with clean beach, free moorage, clams & oysters just steps  -away. Price-just $1-2,000.   SECRET COVE AREA ��� 10.6 acres with 400' beach,  water & power available, road in. F.P. $125,000.  WATERFRONT lOT��� Deep and protected moorage  in   Egmont.   Has  trailer   pad,   septics,   water   and   power.  $35,000.  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 close to Madeira"Pork.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope. Asking $35,000.  FRANCIS  PENINSULA Extra-large (650-deep)-���  "building lot with 72' frontage on McKlintoch Road .. . $9,500.  PHONE 883-2794  JOHN BREEN jock HERMON  883-9978 883-2745  E3  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  LOOKING FOR CHEAP WATERFRONTAGE?  Then here's your chance to purchase an A-frame cottage with 2  bdrms, Jiving rm & kitchen comb with fireplace onjhfttricijn floor,  :and-another-2 bdrtris-ln the-loft-on-a 63 x 149'lot wiTlTeasy" '���  access to a pebble beach for only $27,900.  ILL CALL IT A HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL! - "'  But it really doesn't need much done to it other than a lot of  elbow grease and a couple of good coats of paint! Which wjll  give you a 1200 sq ft-2 bdrm home with a partially finished bsmt  on a 52 x 138' view lot in Gibsons for ONLY $31,500.   -  LOOKING FOR WATERFRONTAGE! ~  But you can't afford the high prices! Then why don't you settle  for this older 2 bdrm summer-cottage (could be used oil year  -round) just across'the Hwy from the beach at lovely Davis Bay  for ONLY $33,000.  ONE OF SECHELT'S v BEST BUYS I  Has to be this 4 yr old 1200 sq ft 3 bdrm home with a 4th bdrm  and a partially finished rec room irt the full bsmt. This lovely  " home is located on' an 80 x 100' landscaped lot close to the  arena and is ONLY $47,500. Owner has transferred and anxious  to sell!  WATERFROOT HOME ��� PENDER HARBOUR  Lovely 2 bdrm post 8 beam permanent borne only 8 years old.  Located on 68' W/F lot with easy access to good beach, plus 312  sq ft attached workshop. This has to be very realistically priced  at ONLY $65,000.  WATERFRONTAGE ACREAGE . -,  17a^,4 with approx 500'w/f and lOOOsq ft surrrfner cottage. This  property would make an ideal group purchase and vendor is  open to offers at an asking price of $125,000.  LOOKING FOR A REAL GOOD SUMMER COTTAGE?  Then see this near new Gothic A-frame built by master craftsmen. Located on a large corner view lot with boat launching  ramp close by. I think that this is real value for ONJ.Y $32,500.  RECREATIONAL AND WATERFRONT LOTS!    -1 have a good selection of both!~Recreaficmdf"lots-pricedas"low"  as $7500 with only $1000 down,"and \^terfront Lbts~as low~as~  $23,000.  298-0541  G^KNOWLES  291-2881  Phone locally on Ihe long weekend, 885-2662  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LTD.  ,       /^Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  pr  i  it.  ���*.  ml  IB:  52  n  3  li  S  8  il  B  2  3  li  m  51  IS  A  ��  8  Wfe're theNeighborhoodProfessionals.  %&mi��,)'M,ki.im!t.\   '    ��JS��W*  111 '",  a  a"  $  vs  ja.  at  n  n  n  n  m  i\  ��.  i  i;i  11  ���n  m  [l  HOPKINS LANDING  SCRUB . BRUSH & PAINT,!  $34,000. No reasonable offer I  refused on this 2 bdrml  basement home. 3rd bdrm Inl  bsmt. Huge kitchen with monyl  cupboards, near new stove &|  fridge. Walk to ferrUs. Chuck|  Dowman, 885-9374.  GIBSONS  SARGENT ROAD, $13,900  Magnlflcont ocoan vlow lot,' fully, sorvlcod, on sowor. 65 x 110',  close to all amonltlos, Builders terms avollable, Larry Reardon,'  885-9320,  RETIREMENT SPECIAL , $43,500  Spotless 2 bodroom homo wllh torrlflc gardens and comont  patio, garage with workshop and storago lovol. Walk to shops  and watorfront. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  ROBERTSCREEK  UP �� DOWN DUPLEX $49,500  Largo 3 bodroom with excellent ��� rovonuo potontlal,  Locatod on 1 acro noar  Roborts Crook on Highway  101, Vondor will consldor  oflors. Ed Bakor, 005-2641,  ACREAGE-INVESTMENT $25,000  2,14 acros at Joo and lowor Roborls Crook Road with ovor 700'  on tho lowor Road. Could bo 4 lots - torrlflc potontlal lor iho  Investor, Chuck Dowman, 005-9374,  WILSON CREEK  COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY 101 RIPE FOR DEVELOPMENT  3,66 acros, 400 ft of highway frontago, by 396 f I doop on Airport  Road, Prosont rovonuo of $3700 por annum, Ownor will consldor  .-t��rm������^���K���n���������H^W���lllr8B<J���*7?23���,*^'������^"*���'l'���w'"-"*,'"���'"���'*'**���-''"���' ""'"'  SELMA PARK  OCEAN VIEW $17,50(1  Good solid older fypo fomlly homo In good ropalr with unln-  terruped ylow of Iho ocoan. It hat 3 bodrooms, tho living room  has wall to wall corpet, and thoro'Is a largo kltchon and dining  aroa, This homo |i on loaso land $600 p,n. Ed, Dakor, 083-2641,   TUWANEK   1WPT.PHONTAOB 114,400  Cloarod and roady for building, Half block to wator and salo  ���wlmmlng. Easy torms, Chuck Dowman 885-9374,  SECHELT  I/3RDOFANACRB $1,800 DN  Wator Is on this beautifully trood lot, fronting on two rond��,  Excollont vlow potontlal, Full price $13,300, Chuck Dowman,  883-9374.  ^EC^eiliy^lAAl;       ��� , ,��     .%,   ,        ,-.,��, $81,800  ''HeW doliiiiV'S Foaroom, full'''ba��omorit homo' of" 1320 ��'q* ft,"'  , completed appro* 30 day*, lore* LR, DR aroa with FP, kitchen It,  a houiowlvot dream with built-in barb-quo. Full doublo plbfl. All  foaturot must bo noon to bo appreciated, Ed Bakor, 083-2641.  WATIHFRONTiOT/VIIWtQT '       $15,800*8,800,  At Sandy Hook wo have thlt 100-t- wotor|ronl lot, cloto |o road  and ad|olnlng with an oxcollont vlow lot that Hot next to B,T,  ��� viuao��p*��������- :p-~.,��..^-.---^.---T.-~p.f4��)ooooff(iripitoi��  Well, Kept, sparkling tleotv2 bfdroom  bungalow.' flVdlklng  dlitonp*��*-tfw.vrt.rid tfchooWRTC x 19 with fireplace, dinette,  utility, 2 full bathrooms, Owner* leaving. Immediate potteitlon,  , Ed Baker, 803-2641, j  WEST SECHELT  EXCEPTIONAL     VALUE^  $59,900,' From the landscaped  grounds and 'cathedral entrance to the 1 bdrm suite, this  almost 15-dO". 3 bdrm, 2  fireplaces," largo rae .room  beauty truly represents value,  Sltuatod In W. Secholt, it Is our  ploasuro to show thl* homo,  Larry Roardon, 885-9320,  $18,500  1,17 acros, Nlcoly trood, gontlo slopo to SW will have a good  view whon somo troos como down. Ed Bakor, 885-2641.  $2,500 PER ACRE ,  Comploto privacy yot only 10 m'nutos from Socholt, 25 acros,  mostly lovol wllh gontlo slopo, Road 8, hydro to proporty, Chuck  Dowman, 005-9374,  $86,500  Attractive Spanish typo 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 yrs built,  Largo LR 20 x 20 with flroplaco, opon boarh colllngs, DR farrilly  Kltchon. All bdrmt largo, mastor onsulto w/w throughout, Largo  workshop at roar. Floor aroa 1504 sqft, Ed Bakor, 885-2641,-  REDROOFFS/ HALFMOON BAY AREA  WELCOME WOODS $9,500 & $9,750  Two oxtra lorgo lots 125x200', Larry Roardon, 805-9320,  , $13,500  Boautilul 1/2 acro lot, loodod with troos on blacktop rond, with  wnfor and hyd^o. Larry Roardon, 085-9320,  HALF-ACRE LOT $15,000  Larno tiood lot al tha cornor ol Rodrooffs Road and tho road to  Snrgoant Bay, Sorvlcod wllh hydro and watAr.'Larry Roardon,  005-9320,  Nor Wost Bay Rd woodod lol, 70 x  150, toned R2  allowod, Sign on, Ed Oakor, 085-2641,  $12,500  Trailer*  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  GARDEN BAY ROAD $22,800  ...Rockblull.-bulWlng-*lle--on'1hlt'3;'9"arrffWO'odod'"pTttf<e|'fy;'''wbuTcr''  provide torrlflc vlow ovor patturo land, All yoar tlroam, Easy  formt avallablo, Chuck Dowman, 885-9374,""  BAROAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,800  Seml-wataifront proporty, |utf acrott tho Narrows Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour, Trood and good lor bulldog on, with  |utt iho road botwoon you and tho wator, Larry Roajdon, 005-  9320.  MADEIRA PARK RANCH * 125,000  ���3.?'.??.r?���yif.9f.!?JPfl WMb. flll.fOfKed.and crQ����>loncod..Good large  Kami'floofTpatlure and tome frull troot, All year round wa|��r  tupplyf and for the lady of the houte' -It hat a modern 2  bedroom homo, Hat faclllllet Ibr homo thawt and rodeot, Larry  Roardon, 0859320.  GAMBIER ISLAND  ���^-r  :f��ff;00��-  it'* going to be eaty to fell tn love with thlt chormlng. log f^ome  .that It completely! rert<Jdell��kl Inilde., Nettled on��fl acre* of  . beauty that Include* lge treet, (rult tree.*, Ilowert and garden,,  *Th|t 2 bdrm homo I* 5 mln Irom new, Brighton wharl, Larry  Reardon, 885-9320, "  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-3345  -885-276-1-4  885-2503  Frank Lewis  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson,  886-9997  .885-2053  885-2385  -IN THE-VILLAGE: 3-bedroom* exec home,  1650 sq ft all on one level. Features large  kitchen with eating area. Formal dining  room, living room, den with bathroom  adjoining, on a 5' crawlspace, Lot is completely landscaped & ready to enjoy. This is  a medallion home with built-in vacuum  cleaning system. Reduced $3,000 for immediate sale at $53,500.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive home on almost 2 acres  level Hiway frontage, easy access.  Good large'shop with HD wiring for  bench tools, "-Home completely  remodelled. Shake roof, rancher  alum, siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Pott Office Box 1219, Sochelt  Vancouver   Toll   Free:   684-8016  WEST SECHELT: 9.5 acres of good farm land.  Has new 4 bdrm ranch style home. 2 ponds  supplied by spring water with approx 4  acres cleared, balance has'some timber. All  services on paved .rd. 2 miles from Sechelt  -centre. This property has many potential  uses.  SECHELT VILLAGE - 3 bdrm modular  home, 864 sq ft. Near new on clear  garden lot. Walk to shops. Price  includes stove and fridge, washer  and dryer, drapes. Must be sold. FP  $33,900.  SECHELT VILLAGE -Brand new 2  bdrm custom-built basement home.  Sunny bright kitchen. Extra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace. FP $56,500.  _ViBW Hg!Mjg;7*D;AVI_S_ .BAY: 3  ^bedr667h"s7"large living room and a  fantastic landscaping job. Garage in  part basement. Lot is 60 x 150,  blacktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,900.  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 cabinets and view windows in  eating area." Smart vanity bathroom.  Auto oil heating. Excellent buy af FP  .$36,500.  HIGHWAY 101 SOLNIK: One acre  with two bedroom house. Gently  sloping land in grass with creek at  one side. Shed at rear could,be used  for horse barn. Under/proposed  bylaw Nc.S6.27Mt would allow home  industry. $39,900.  BEAUTIFUL DAVIS BAY: Immaculaffe  3 bedroom home in this ,mpst  desirable area. Features are:  ensuite, acorn fireplace,- electric  forced air heating and a most attractive view!  FP $55,000. -- *  /  ROBERTS CREEK. 3 BEDROOM - Immaculate 3 bedroom ground level  home on an 80 x 140' cleared lot.  Some nice cedars on the property.  Home has a brick _ fireplace S is  heated with automatic oil. All wall to  wall carpets throughout. Crawl space  foundation. FP $44,900  SECHELT: New 2 bdrm. Walk to jhe  shops. Loads ���of cabinets in large  kitchen. Good dining area. Large  utility -and laundry room. Level lot.  Drive in carport. $43,500.  CHARMING FAMILY TWO STOREY  HOME in Sechelt's newest residential  area. Short wall�� in to the Village.  Home is two stories and 3 bedrooms.  Large lot and double carport. Paved  dead end road. FP $52,250.  SELMA PARK: Fantastic View! Near  new family home on" large, treed  -garden properfy.~Large living "rooffir^  separate dining room. Rec room is-  finished plus extra bedroom ground  level. 12 x 26' sundeck. Double  carport. Landscaped, rock wall,  shrub.s & "--shade trees. Excellent  value'. FP $57,500. Price is firm!  SECHELT VILLAGE: Ideal location  close to boat launch. 1096 sq ft with  fireplace, plus patio & workshop.  Large treed lot. FP $43,500. Terms  i^��.P imsim;  y*   _ > �����  SECHELT: New 3 bedroom home with  view, a bright kitchen and large  utility room and on a large lot. Ensuite off master bedroom. Shake  roof. Reduced to $38,900.  WATERFRONT SECLUSION ��� A most  deiiroble residence secluded, yet  idose to Sechelt. Excellent" private  (moorage! Spacious and bright living  n.om, 500 sq. ft. covered, tiled,  s-.nporch with open sundeck 12 x 36'.  Lower floor has bedroom, sitting  room & bath. This is an exclusive  home for elegant living and entertaining. Priced at $115.000. Some  terms.  ROBERTS CREEK: Charming one  bedroom cottage on 1.4 acres of  beautifully treed property. Approx 1  acre cleared with barn and corral. FP  $37,000.  WATERFRONT HOME: Modern  designed, on rare to find flat, level1  waterfront. Features channel cedar  interior, 3 bedrooms, lots of windows  with all living areas having a view.  Lot is 75x350' (1/2 ac plus). Many  trees & good privacy. FP $99,500.  CREEKSIDEHOME:<to[>6/10 acre with  porHlikevtfetJtrrg^tbwerin^trees-S~  sy   to   maintain    level  easy  One   year'  spacious,  lawns. One year" new expansive"  home has two large bedrooms.  Separate entrance hall leads to a  large living room with li replace that  invites gracious entertaining. A 23' x  28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom & family  room. An added plus is a 440'  s workshop with 3 pee plumbing. Ofose  to the best sandy beach in area. FP  .$68,5005   .'    . ,'; ��;.���''���  BAYVIEW EXECUTIVE HOME: Situated oh a'i:25�� acre lot. This new  large 3 bedroom home has 1700 -sqft on tho main floor and 1300 sq  ft on the lower level. Features Include shako roof, expensive  carpets, two fireplaces on the main floor/solid oak cupboards,  beams and high ceilings In living area, forced air heating, 3 pee  onsulto, redwood dbl pane windows, large deck plus a fantastic  vlow of Sargeant's Bay! Prlcod at $.89,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x 105' close to boaqh acces?.  Proporty Is sloping to the south. Payed road,..Asking $15,000.  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  finished basement in area of new  homes. Features include large kit-  "ehwffcl(^"ol^fn^ace.^asim^rtTf^  flue, for stove, finished jec room in  basement, carport, sundeck and ' a  level easy to landscape yard. Priced  right at $53,900..- -  ���������'    -  -  /  '  A  y  ���t ���  A  <-..  -��� ���    .'  !*-  _  ���.  ���1?  WATERFRONT ^ROWNING ROAD:  One of a kind ��� 75' pebble beach  apd a leyeUot. Quiet area away from  the highway in a secluded location. 3.  bedroom home .with fireplace, 2  bathrooms,, cqfpqrt;. large dining  room 8T living room,'Everything you  need for retirement living, summer  or permanent home, 1400 sq ft offered at a reduced price of $85,900.  REDROOFFS AREA: Wlldwood Rd���  build on, Boautlful evergreens.  $11,000,  125 x 200- level lot, vory oasy to  Prlcod  for  Immediate  sale  at  .SECHELT VILLAQE: PobbloCroscont. Largo city lot cloarod, roady for  building, Prlcod at $13,000,  SARGEANTS BAY: 1 acro watorlront lot, fully serviced. Beautifully  trood with arbutus and oVorgroons, Panoramic touthorly vlow,  Many oVollont building sltos. Woll known fishing spot, FP $30,000,  -REDROOFFS ^REA: Approx ono trood acre. 99' on Rodrooffs Rd,  Closo lo bobch and boat launch. Fully sorvlcod. Full prlco only  $11,500.        \ ,      ,  \ _x 1 -������...��� ���. '���   .  SECHELT VILLAGE, WATERFRONT: 150' of trood gontly sloplnfl oaty  to build ori watorlront, All sorvlcos Including sowor lator this yoar,'  Serious waterfront buyers should tee thlt Ono. FP $30,000.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME; D60 tq ft, 2 bdrm hooo wl|h appllancos, All  wall to wall carpot, Coiy & Inoxponslvo to hoat, Concroto drlvoway  and parking-slab, Fir Rood location, FP $43,500 tormt,  DAVIS BAY: 1700 sq ft 3 bodroom, 2  full bathrooms, Enclosed garage,  many deluxe features & bullt-ins,  Yard all fenced & landscapod.  ..Cement drive. Garden. 72 x 110'  treed"property. A roal family home.  $65,000 FP.  WEST SECHELT: 1/2 acre troed vlow lot In a qulpt residential subdivision off of Mason Rd. This will bo tho finest rosldontlal area on  tho coast. Tho lot has all facllltlos Including sowor. Lots of topsoll. Fp  $15,500. ;._...___ :  , '  FRANCIS AVENUE: Rodrooffs��� 2 bedroom cottage on 1,54 acros of  land wllh fruit troos and a good gardon. almost 1/2 cleared. Cottago Is vory coiy with heatilator flroplaco and a carport, FP $47,500,  . |        . ���_ ,.            , ^ ^  SECHELT VILLAGE LOT: Alroady cleared, ready to build. Sloping lot  with possible vlow, Closo to shopping, schools, Asking $ 13,000,  HALL RD: 2 1/2 acros across from school In Roborls Crrok. Almost  flat land, mottjy cloarod, Roady to build on or zonod lor subdivision  of half acro lots, FP $27,900.  ACREAGE: Wost Socholt,: 21 acros of predominantly lovol land, Hall  Is cl&arod, foncod, drqlnod and In pasturo. Romalndor is woodod,  Yoar round crook traverse* proporty, No buildings. FP $55,000,  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT: Eaty tormt ��� 20% down & tho balance ovor  oaty paymontt on this southorn oxpoturo vlow lot, Excavation and  cloarlng havo boon done, FP $13,900,  SOUTHWOOD RO/^D: Cloto to 1/2 acro, Lovol building lot, Hydro   and roQlonol wator,at road, ciwh ft.camparo. Aitwtlvoly .pr.lwd.fll,,,.  $9,450,  DAVIS BAY: Laurel Road vlow lo) 67,50 x 162'. Ono of tho bottor  vlow* In tho aroa, Atklng $16,000,  GIBSONS HOME WITH ACREAOEi Large 3 bdrm hom* on 7 acre*  'with Chatter Crook borderlnfl 1 tide of fenced property, Home   .'neodt tome ropalr, but hflnjbflftn partially renovated, Land I* cleared  '8, In gratt, A nice *ltuotlon. FP $89,500:   UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acro ol land wllh 3 bdrm noar now home  ol 2376 ��q It, and a 4000 tq It aluminum clad, fully Intulatod  building, Building It all wired for\220 powor & could have many  utot, Concroto floor, door tpan, FP $89,900,  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEK: Over 3 acre* of gontly *loplno  proporty with toilthern expoturo, 580 x 3B0', Year-round creek  flowt lhrou,gh corner of property, Excellent buy al FP $38,000,  WATERFRONT ��� HOPKINS LANplNGi 2 acfloinliig BftfcKfron]- lot*,'  each 30 x 200 ft; Older typrO bdrm bunaolow on one lot, Could bo  rottnrod, Lots lovel with ��qfe moorage In Iront, Excollont buy at FP  $75,000, '��� ���   ������ -������ , ,  SANDY HOOK ��� WATERFRONT COTTAGE! Fully torvlcod on large  (73x227') lot, beautifully treed with arbutut & evergreent. Slept  from, tundeck to boaL.launchlng ��llpway. Excellent deepwater  CLEARED LEVEL LOT: Secholt Village"'.' 62,5 x fto1. Roady for  building. Ownor will Irado as pari down paymont on homo, Valuo  $11,500,  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A coty, noar now 792 iq ft 2 bodroom  homo cloto to tho beach at Chapman Crook, No stain, oloctrlc hoat  �� n ii ^12 J?i? ?' 0*3 ^^9 Y�� W mon t Pf. ��pa Id Iff a ft 0 ���hq ft.. 1V, y r�� ��o r un., TP  $32,000. , j  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acrot moaturlng 330' x 660', Will eventually  havo a vlow, Clote to the arena, Try your offor to $35,000,  _..   -���������_^_���._���\,���__ ^���,.;..  SELMA PARK VIEW LOTi Extra large 90 x 17* lot, corner /location,  eaty accott, excollont view of Trail Island, FP $ 15,500,     j [   "MAINSTREETLOCATIONrapproxImcmitrso-Vt^  promltet and living quarter* behind, Excellent location for olmo��f  any typo of entorprl��o, Thl* It an opportunity to become ettabllthed  In the village, Lot* of room for expan��lon.FP $95,000, (  ACREAGE: Almo��1 7 acro* of cloarod, gently eloping land, View ol  ocoan. Zonod for development. Coyld beAraller park, $46,300,  ROBERTS CREEK: Treed lot with a year round *tream, A*klng $7500,  ,  APPROXIMATELY FIVE ACRES! Treed, aontlo ��S��[(y *|on��. 26Q'  close lo Joo Rdi FP 131,000,  SECHELT WATERFRONT��� Two 70' treed lot* 70 x 128 with lane at  roar, Idoal retirement *lto��, $39,000 oach, ' ,  \  TwimmFiorTP '$ Af, 500,  . REDROOFFSAREAll.orotJxe��d.lol.9a.x.400Lapprax. Oood uarden  toll, water ft power, Atkina $12,300,           __  WILSON CREEK: On Browrilho Rd a 78*x 180' view lot opiy 300' from'  bearh, road accott.Thl* lot I* parllqlly "tljar^d qnd fence^.wa^i'/n  build on, A qulot street clote to all facllltlet, One of a {kind at  $16,900,  REDROOFFS).Tidy 2 bedrpom cottage oq, 1,1/? qcrei hfland 100 x  662 tq ft, A road ot theback of the lot could lead to future ��yb-  ���"aivlilon;Home l��a* an-opiff-pidn^fh>iatlldlbMrr��plAdl^ral;|idlh[<1'  and itorage shod, FP $47,900,  Ut 'H.-^fc,<��,..U 4.11,4 miifla���,,...����.'�����,  .nr.  A  ��'  **\m. i   4 -Me*  t  #j<fcff mmu$ * iwfcw �������ft^��'^��1w^(ui��w^t^rt��>iwM  N  *>i#wii<��iS*ii*(i*^Sr^^  ,M -j., bf, *. .fc��f(��t#M(Wr*,( eM&xi  't&^m^ii&'&wMiifriifb^^t^ifiivXmeiQ  m^,i.*m--'^��mrr.im^.mk*mf)mmmv-  Wrj��**��i**t��U^  ^!?OTS*W**��^��^W'-=����Ti#W.n5WSi  h��**JI��mWM#  '   / ?'���_)  X  Hidden value in ypjirjipme  August 30,1978        The Peninsula Times     , PageB-5  One of the most competitive features in a home  you plan to sell is invisible to  all" but "the most thorough  buyer._K is insulation,-  . Good insulation means  economy in a major area of  expense^and a prospective  pQrchaser" will welcome any  feature that can provide him  with heating economy in years  to come.*  If the home you are  planning to sell does not have  proper insulation, instalation  cost will probably be realized  in the sale, as well as having  Thoughts on our!  energy-related future  this particularly attractive  (feature as an.added selling  point. ��� ~    ,  ~ There"is a wealth- of  material .available through  B.C. Hydro ��� charts, booklets  and pamphlets outling types  of insulation, required  thickness" and minimum  needs.  Hydro will even do a  heatloss estimate, providing  clues on the areas that should  get insulation attention. As  fuel costs rise, insulation is a  most sensible home-owner  investment.  For over a century  Canadians have, strived to  gain a higher, standard of  living, ahdltarticularly in,the  past decade we have come tp  expect an annual escalation in  -our share of good things of  life.  Now"it is becoming clear  that we must re-think this  -evermpward-mobility���and~  adjust to a declining standard  of  of living  and  shortage  energy.  ., Our resource oriented  economy - must adjust to  careful-husbanding of the nonrenewable resources at hand  by doinf* everything possible  to conserve energy. Less use  of energy consuming appliances, smaller cars, more  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES ltd.  Cowrie St. 885-2013    . Sechelt  Easy living in this three bedroom,  farichercTwVtuclio. Vaulted codar  j:e[lingjiving_area, fireplace-and-  some unusual doors. The .1695 sq  ' ft is worthy of ypur Inspection. FP  $54,500. Inspect anytime . with  John Wijson, 885-9365. MLS  SELMA PARK. See all the action from the view in this two  bedroom retirement home. Only $39,700. Quick possession.  Details from John Wilson, 885-9365.  ~   A HOUSES HOUSES HOUSES  2 to 4^bedrooms from $39,700 to $89,000. With or without  basement, on waterfront, view lots or good sites.      *  LOTS & LOTS OF LOTS  '     > ���   From $10,500 to $14,900  ,  ACREAGE ACREAGE  Two 5 acre parcels, Hwy 101. Roberts Crreek. $29,500 each -  1.18 acres of view property with stream, southern exposure  arid total PRIVACY off Gower Point" Road.  LUXURIOUS HOME ON WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Relax ��� watch the ships go by, explore the woods, or pursue  what hobbies you may have in the luxurious comfort of this ultra  modern 1528 sq ft home with features too numerous to mention  in- an ad, IT HAS TO BE SEEN ��� Exclusive. "Shown by appointment only". Phone Lynn Wilson and remember WATERFRONT is an appreciating investment.  AHHHI  ^  ~~^-phorie Anytime  on the  Red and White Sign  *���m  use of public transit and less  leisure travel and its related  activities will go a long way  towards saving our fast  dwindling  energy   reserves.  Canadians must all  cooperate in buying the time  that will allow our technology  to develop new sources of  energy so future generations  may also have a_ good life.  IMAGINE  ���������  your cabin or home  quiet woods    '' /  pristine Lake  spectacular views of sea & mountains  75 large lott & acreages now available on Hotel Lake  [tome waterfront] ad|acont to Pender Harbour on the  fabulous Sunshine 'Coast. Water, power, telephone &  paved roads. Approx. 1 hrs. drive from Langdale Ferry  Terminal. Some of the world's best fresh & salt water  fishing & aquatic recreation..  Some of the world's beet fresh ft spit water fishing &  aquatic recreation. Moorage & shopping a stroll away.  ..  AND AFFORDABLE TOOI    For detailed Information, contact  RICHARD VOLK  ,-   Westwater Properties Inc.  689-5771; 591-7459 evos.  ._��.-���*'"                                             '  By.      ATTENTION:  -       '  I     Future Home Owners  .. v  llll      Having trouble finding a home just right  IIM          for you?  IIM      Consider this:  k           '   :  II            TEMPO PRODUCTS  Ull       's now offering a complete home  [|||         /planning  and building service.  Some Features In your nowjionie would Includo!  ��� 1200 *q. H., 2 or 3 bdrm, full basement  ���Floor plan of your cholco  ���Brick fireplace and chimney  ���Thermal Pane windows!     ���  ���Ready for occupancy In 2 short months  A quality home at an affordable prlco -  Further Inquiries Please call  GREG LEMKY at 886-2706  NOW  RENTING  Executive House  Apartments  * Overlooking Gibsons Harbour  ��� 37 Deluxe 1 & 2 Bdrm Suites  Featuring:     - _         Controlled Front Entrance  Colored Appliances  Cable Vision  ,;Faiiofamic^Vie��~  Extra-Soundproof Suites  Drapes  W/W Carpets  Rents from $230.00  Inquire at  886-2465  \   Energy  saving tips  Save money, water and  heating fuels by insulating hot  water pipes and hot air ducts  In your, home. Nearly one  hundred dollars a year can be  saved In the average three  bedroom home if you keep the  heat in the pipes, and stop all  drips from hot water faucets,  If you're using air conditioning blowers this summer, make sure that all dust  "antf,'grtmr'a^rd<cleM^':Trbm"'  the blower blades for peak,  efficiency,  Othor energy saving tips  for your home Include using  your washer and dryor  sparingly... using warm or  cold waters instead of hot  water   for   rinsing   and  avoldanco  of over-drying  , which causes many fabrics to  wrinkle and wastes energy,  Radiator coils in o hot  water heating system should  bo kept clean *nnd uncovered  for most radiance and btest air  --olroulationr --"-'���*"; * -  Tho energy crisis can be  lessened If you run your home  with an eye to energy saving.  m$U  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  Tho Wonll /j<m wwi Invented by  n Bol��inn ohorhl��lt'n��ri\etl*Vnn  Ilelmonl) In i|io onrly 17th   '  century from the Qrook wOrd   ,  CluiQH, ~...^  /  HOMES  6AVIS BAY ��� op Whittaker Road close la Bay Rd, Immaculate two level view haftio; could bo i  rovenuej 2 lull ��et�� plumbing, 2 kitchen*, 2 fireplace*, hardwood flooro, load* of bright airy space,  patio and lovely garden, carport, etc, Some good quality furniture In lower tulle, Call for In-  ���paction or appt, Low sixties,  OIBSONS ��� Attraetlvo 3 bdrm family home with large lot, garage, woll kept grounds, centrally  locatod, Inquire for further details of this attractive property, I  -VETERANS ROAD -���Three bdrm post A beam with carport. This Is close In but still lr> rural sotting,  Foaturos aro open area living and dining area, throe bdrms, boautlful woll-p|art!nod kltchon and  Large lovel lot 127 x 225 with good garden soil, Must be seen, I  ' CHERYL ANN PARK ��� Best buy In Roborts Crook at this price, Very nice 2 bdrm homo on doad-ond  iti oot In qulot aroa and oasy access to beach. Starter or rotlromont and only $37,500,  LOTS                                     ,|  LEVEL LOT ~- In Bay area, has a large workshop with cement floor which could hi converted o\  i used as Is. Ask Ingjl 0,000, _(i _; _ .���,..,���.��������� ��� , .,._..  ...............\^    THREELOTS ��� RoiamundRood.cleared, readytobulldandonly >10,500each, - ,  TWO LOJS 72 x 103, no rock, oasy to build on, oil services, septic approved and boach occossi  $1500 down, balance at $125 per month at 10%, Torrlflc Investment, Signs on Choryl Ann Park  toward* beach,  SEMI-WPT ��� easy beach hecess, 1/4 acre with view, $16,500, Buy now -~- this Is Investment quality  proporly, . . ,  SECLUDED FIVE ACRES wllh some small trees, creek crosses property. Asking $23,000,  HALF-ACRE ON LOWER ROAD��� some Umber, creek al side, asking $16,500, Can bo had with half-  cash, Move fast on' thl* ono.^^ _ ^ ��� #  ._��� .���.,.���.���.���; ,������,.,.,.,:.., *���, ..-.,'. ..���,......  NICE SECLUPRD LOT ��� on one side road In Robert* Creek, Clone ��o store, ichool* etc. Reduced to1  -   $10,000, Trallor ��lte?  LEVEL CLEARED LOT --- In Gibsons Village on tewer and water, 62 x 103, obtalnablowlth small  down payment of $3,500, Call K, Bull, 006-2014. ' ,  SECLUDED FIVE ACRES ������ wllh some small trees, creek crosse* properly, asking $23,000,  "wrARrwfAiimirwfi?^^^ your *  ���Afaqultonionti^-t-^sffy^l^  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - Clothlnb Stofe'��� |oapi, casuals etc, O004 steady bysfhess, good  rpvonuo, $7000 plus stock, all oilers considered, ���  1 '���'���-���' ���/      ��� .*h,  ;���'.'���-*-���-'. 1..'. .v^*.v **^''�� ���:��� ^'-.i'-.t itf .-<r^1-^^��*��itc-rf',��",ir/ J^'r1-* ��*'<*��-:���* ^���������i^1;':!^^^^^^*-^;;^!;!^* vc..�� ^..,; ;':;,'..-;...v,-*  Evenlnge catli7ohn Black, 886-7316    Ron McSavaney, 885-3339  EAL ESTATE  APPRAISA1S  NOTARY PUBLIC  DENTAL BLK^L.  GIBSONS        ^fc  PHONE 886-22  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD     TOLL FREE 682-1  v- ^  "jr.-*ZFv/l  Jon McRae  885-3670  \     Lorrie Girard  886-7760  Chris Kankainen  . . 885-3545  HOMES  Arne T. Pettersen  886-9793  HANBURY ROAD: Panabode home featuring  stained glass.windows, skylights, and shake  roof situated on 12 acres in Roberts Creek.  Flume Creek runs through the middle of  property which includes - A-frame gue$t  cottageand 16x16 workshop with 220 wiring.  Partially cleared and fenced with vegetable  garden. ��� $67,500"  1  SHAW ROAD: Gibsons. If you like space here  is a big one for you with 1560 square feet on  the main floor plus a full undeveloped  basement for your hobby or recreational  needs. Large counlry style kitchen. Three  bedrooms with master bedroom featuring full  ensuite plumbing.and walk-in closet. Huge  wrap-around sundeck. Level landscaped  property���CJnly_a-short.walk.to shaps-and  schools. $61,500  BOYLE ROAD: 5.05 acres partially cleared  and electrically fenced: Includes cow,  chickens'and ducks. Rentable trailer pad with  own septic. Partially finished home, all new  construction, approximately "1/2 completed.  While ojiyx fireplace, varnished cedar ceiling,  t: ersiiopane windows, and large combination  f./rnace. Please make an appointment first td  view. $68,000.  GRANTHAMS LANDING ��� Well kept 3 bdrm  farhily'horne with full basement. New shake  roof and for heating economy thermopane  windows. Basement has rec room, workshop  .and laundry room. Grounds are beautifully  londsc jped. Large sundeck to enjoy a lovely  water, k-w of Keats Island and the Gap.  $42,900.  ',...'.     '...' . . rr;- : ��� r -���: ������:     ���������. ��  PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home on 5 acres  in Gibsons. Property on both sides are also  for sale making a total of 15 acres available  for   future   development.   A   good   holding-  pro per ty: ' "~       "~$7 97500"  FAIRVIEW RD: Lovely full basement'home on  quiet street. Two bedrooms upstairs and one  not quite completed downstairs. Wall to wall  carpeting throughout. Heatilator fireplace  and thermopane windows for heating  economy. House is situated on a 1/2 acre lot  with some water view. , $49,500  DAVIES~ROAD: Ideal starter or retirement  "Home. Only two blocks from schools and  shopping. This three bedroom home has  everything you/need for .comfort and convenience. The carport could easily be con-"  Pverted/to q family room and a separate  carport could be built on many sites within  the extra large landscaped lot. "$37|900  vNORWEST BAY ROAD: Ah ideal park-like  setting surrounds this- one year old ranch  style home. There are:three bedroom with  large living area. Separate dining room and a.  kitchen with all kinds of top-of-the-line  cupboards. Two blocks to the elementary  school. Includes carport and two sundecks.  ���*.;.���'      ."   "' 45,900  CHERY.L ANNE PARK RCtA^pbsrt<r Creek.  Excellent two bedrooms^rter*��?" retirement:  home in a quiet subdivision only 4 miles to'  Gibsons. Home is on a nicely landscaped lot'- J  and only one block to level beach. Some view J I  Can be purchased for under $2,000 down andl I  with such low payments there is tio reason to| j  rent.                                                      $39,900 jj           I I  BROWNING RD: Wilson Creek. Rustic anc|  cozy A-frame home tucked away on a| J  beautifully treed lot. The house js, apf  proximately 3/4 finished and on enterprising? I  . couple should have a good time finishing it off I  to suit their own taste. The asking price for^ |  this hideaway project is $34,900| j  ������ : ������ ���    I  i\  DAVIDSON   ROAD:   Large   three   bedrootrf I  home on 1/2 acre treed lot on Langdale RidgJ 1  offering view and privacy.. lots, of cabine|  space in well thought out kitchen. Fireplace*-  upstairs. Full basement! $54,900. |  ROBERTS CREEK: This could be the home with  acreage you have been looking for. Situated  well back from the street to give you all the  privacy you wont. This rustic home is in immaculate condition and .has 1050 square feet  of living space. The partially cleared property  PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home.onS acres  in Gibsons.. Property on both sides are also  for sale making a total of 15 acres available  for future development. A good holding  property. $79,500  -WINN-RQAD:-Fourplex��� Positive-cash flow  with eleven thousand dollars, revenue per  year! Top units contain five bedrooms with  one and a half bathrooms. Lower suites are  large two bedroom units. Low maintenance  and good return make this ah excellent Investment value. Close to all amenities.  Financing available. $89,900  is |ust over five acres and could be developed  into a nice- hobby farm, -The. zoning allows-'?  subdivision into half acre lots and there is a  dedicated road; along one side.- A good buy .  and an excellent investment. $65/500.  FIRCREST PLACE: New large ranch style home  ���with tongue and groove cedar feature walls  'in the living room and family room. You can  eliminate heating bills with the airtight wood  ' heater and. double glazed windows. Three  bedrooms with room to expand by 'putting ���  walls'On the carport. $44,900.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY: Triplex located  in Gibsons Village, Ope two bedroom suite  and two three bedroom'suites. Good holding  property for future development, Close to  schools and shopping mall. $52,500,  COACH ROAD (off Leek Rd): Three year old; j  three bedroom  home  situated  on   a fc)uieft  Subdivision  in Roberts  Creek,, only 2  milesi 1  from "Gibsons. Large kitchen with an eating) 1  nook. Yard  is  nicely  landscaped,  yours tcte  enjoy from the split  level  sundeck.  Extra^  include a wired and plumbed dqrkroom and c* 1  7x8 storage shed, :��� $44,900^  GOWER PT RD: In the heart of Gibsons one  block from shopping and the Post Office.  Three bedroom home jon concrete block  foundation. Post, and beam construction.  Acorn fireplace gives a cozy atmosphere to  FAIRVIEW RD: RevenuerDupteX onra 1/2 acre"  lot represents the. ideal investment property.  There are 1232 square feet in both of these  side by side suites. Features are post and  beam construction with feature wall fireplace  and sundecks. There is appeal to separate  rental markets with a two and a three  bedroom suite. Assumption of present  mortgage makes purchase vary easy and a  yearly Income of over $7,000 makes this  property hard to beat.    '  - $75,000  the living room. Nice and bright with many'  ��� large windows;    '     ,.���-.. -$33,O00-  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD: Three bedroom  home on completely landscaped view  property in Gibsons. Lawn in front and back  of home with small garden. House is very well  kept with separate suite in basement. Included are fridge, stove, washer and dryer.  $64,500  i  HILLCREST RD: Excellent three bedroom  family home close to schools and shopping.  Partial -basement, separate utility room,  Landscaping IiJn.wlth mony Igrge trees In the  back yard, Nico neat homo priced to sell,  $42,700,  CRUCIL ROAD, GIBSONS: Bright and spacious  3 bodroom family homo in excellent condition  locatod vvlthln oasy walking dlstanco to  schools and shops, Largo kitchen with built-in  dihhwashor and Indirect lighting. Two  fnoplacos, hugo rocroatlon room, Lots of  extia spaco In daylight hps^mont for don or  oxtra bodroom and workshop, For Iho prlco of  , $62,500 you also got a beautllul ylow for your  constant onjoymont.  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  vlow lots, An oroo of new and varied homos,  Thoso lots oflor'Ihomsolvos to many different  building locations, En|oy privacy and tho vlow  of Howo Sound, Priced frorti $11,900.  GOWER PT RD: At Iho cornor of 14th. This  proporty has lovols cloarod for tha building  slto of your choice, Excollont vlow of Georgia  Strait. Approxlmatoly 00 x 250, $16,500  LANGDALE: Newly decorated extra-large,six  bedroom home on Frontage Road. Landscaped lot 100 x 130' with unsurpassed view.,  Heatijator fireplace, built-in stovo top ahd  oven. Two full bathrooms, plus,wot bar in  basornent, Total area on main floor 1575  squaro feet plus a full basement, This Is truly  a large family home, unique in design and  location. Priced to sell $69,500  FRONTAGETDT Langdale", Somoth'ing special I  Spacious, deluxe family homo In quiet area  on a fabulous view lot with attractive landscaping and rock walls. For oxtra comfort and  convenience there aro therm windows  throughout, efficient hot wator heating, air  conditioning, Intercom, ^onn-alr range, built-  in oven and dlshwashor, expensive light  fixtures, 200 amp sorvlco and many more fln��  foaturos, Locatod closo to school and within  easy walking dlstanco of forry tormlnal, All  this for tho prlco of $B4,900.  DAVIDSON RD: Large three bedroom home  on 1/2 acre treed lot on Langdale Ridge offering view and property, Lots of cabinet  space in well thought out kitchen, fireplace  upstairs. Full basement. $54,900  SOUTH FLETCHER: A beautiful view of Gibsons Harbour is only ope of tho mony features  of this four bedroom home. Others Include a  "feature  3  ~mr  fireplace^   Rardwood "floorsr  lovoly largo kitchen and for the handyman a  16 x 18 workshop. $37,900,!  1683 MARINE DRIVE: 2 bodroom view homo  overlooking Keats Island. Located In tho heart  of Gibsons, across from boach. Just been  remodelled With codar foaturo walls. Garden  In roar of proporty, Also greenhouse and a  goodaarago with pit. 12 x 24' sundock,  FP $27,900  LOTS  CHADWICK ROAD; Irregular shopod lot with  vlow of Howo Sound, A good building site,  $12.00Q  SMITH ROAD: 170x127 lot with torrlflc vlow  of tho ocean, Good building slto on slightly  sloping land, $14,500  SMITH ROADi Cloarod vlow lot closo to lorry  tormlnal and ocoan vlow, Triangular shaped  lot with good building site, $14,000  SCHOOL RD: Throo vlow lots 73 x 110. On  sowor. Throo blocks from schools and  shopping contro. Cloarod for building.  $16,000 each  1  11  ���SKYLINE, DRi This.70x59x131x122. foot-lot  wllh'oxponslvo vlow of tho Bay aroa and  Gibsons Vlllago Is vory woll prlcod, $11,500  SECHELT INLET ESTATES: Throo building lots  on Sandy Hook Road, Wator, hydro and  tolophopo to oach lot. Thoso lots havo a  spectacular vlow of Porpolso Bay and aro only  4 1/2 mllos from Socholt, $10,000 oach  ,..|,..->,,'-.aj|,tl-MH   ,, j,,.,,,,,,., ���n,i-1m���T1.���li,,.l,���.1,���iJ,.lu,i.,i     l./i.i    11   .i'i..1 l.      '  CHADWICK ROAD: 80x220 lot with good  ocoan vlow, Slopes slightly to tho south and  has a good building slto, $14,500  SMITH ROAD: Good vlow lot 125x165 with a  good building silo and an unobstructed ocoan  vlow, $14,500  HWYH01 (Olt  Hall  Road): 5-subdivldablo-  acros; Land Is very dry wllh good pofcolri'tloh,  SoulhorrV exposure In Iho hoart of Roborts  Creok, On RoQlopal wotor, Approxlmatoly 1  acro Is cloarod, Has oldor homo liolng rontod  for $135 por month, Includos small barn,  Vondoi has subdivision plan for 9 lots,  $4*,?00, ~���������  O'SHEA 8, ABBS RD: This prlmo vlow proporty  has boon approved for a 10 lot subdivision by  tho Vlllago of Gibsons, Included Is a comploto  sol of onglneorlni drawings outlining slzo of  lots and sorvlcos roqulrod, $59,500  SOUTH FLETCHER; At School Road, Two lots 4p  x 150 oach, Ono lot has a cottago which could  bo rontod, Thoso lots aro mostly clearod and  roady.for,bulldlnfl. A spectacular vlow of ��h��  ontlro Bay aroa and Koats Island Is Includod In  tho prlco of $27,500  ORANDVIEW & PRATT; Building lat In a fast  growing area, Approximate slzo Is  146x141x74x125, Prosont all offors on Iho  asking prlco of $11,500  LANGDALE  RIDGE   SUBDIVISION:   Fantastic  vlow lots, An aroa of now and varied homos,,  Thoso lots offor thomsolvas to many dlfforont I  building  locations.  En|oy privacy  and  tho  vlow of Howo Sound, Prlcod from $11,900,  SCHOOL 8, WYNAART ROADS: Only 5 of thoso  Duplox Zonod Lots loft, Beautiful vlow  proportlos ovorlooklng tho Bay, Closo to  schools and shopping, All lots porfoctly sultod  la slde-by.slda or up-down construction.  Prlcod at $15,500 and $16,500,  POPLAR LANE-, Convonlonlly locotod tub-  division In Olbsons. Only two blocks from  ���hopping conlro and both olomontary and  socondqry schools. Lovol building sltos with  somo cloarlng on a nowly formed cul da sac. I  Thoso prlmo lots aro on sowor and all sor  vices, Prlcod from $11,900,  SCHOOL   ROAD:   1,56   acros   adlaconl   to  fjpmftOl'wy kHqaI., Could bo subdivided lo  " ' ACREA(^-~. rmiarAWWTiT^-a*cr^qrT^prn^  acros with limited accoss. Look Crook runs  OIBSONS  RURAL:  Off   Moplo  Stroot   noar   through Ihls partially cloorod, lovol acroogo. ,  Orandvlow ond Pino, Vory unlquo building   Zonod for mobllo homos, Excollont tor your,  slto with an absolutely fantastic ocoan vlow,   hobbyfarm. $19,900  Moro than ono acro of land whofo ono portion  ,���   J;*TlxlflhBfiiMh%.hU!,,.a^  ^pOTmnyrniiiTOT^ ocr#  qulot .rural aroa only 3  '     *I9,900  _,,.,, _.,,_,. _ _ .    trBtn   ���ooai   zoning  ' TL' hih0^.,b" *,T by ��iTl"* ^'S^avoroflo. ThU Is, a q.  ~!6ffilnSdL,Wtn,,(,laL! �� Mk ��n- rf*   mllos from Olbsons.  "dnafforj Oood toftm,'Asking prlc*.    $T7,9Q0 r';r,;.,:;;,:,^,;:,;:,   111  d||W  jj^^fg^tta-M**  ' * -T^WtHfW *^IWW ifMJllJB* S;9a����R,l! W5-* IM**^*'**^  (��������WS��"*i����#vWrtW��^^  '"''  ���     /',-".   ..tVHtf-i't'tJ^mimmlL.  -?��~*-��*-r>  l*Jk-M^^it���*��-teffl*��w"W��(''tp4 *'  T  v*WS.!#f��*Wi(l  ' / \  \\  PageB-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Aiignst 30,1978  i v  <  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235 (-) t&o e.  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 12S  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  We Are As Close As Your Phone  f  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service y  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  QUALITY  HOME ON HALF ACRE'  #4003  *�������-  ^^v^*-* ��  2 floors each 1200 sq ft ground level with 2 car  garage, -rec' room. Upper level, 2 spacious  bedrooms. Large living room with" fireplace. Kitchen features double Wall oven.' Lot l'00x260'. FP  $59,900. BOB KENT, iB85-9461 eves.  MADEIRA PARK '������"."-'    mW*  Boat owners. Here is 8/10 acre, almost level with view through  ��� Pender Harbour. Just 400' to water's edgef. On paved road with  hydro, phone and water along road.;,FP $22,000. DON 'HADDEN,  885-9504 eves.  REDROOFFS RECREATIONAL LOT #3'*1:  Locoted on Redrooffs'Rd. Approximately 1 1/2 acres. Steep with  some, view, water 8 power available at property line. Asking  $1?,500. JIM WOOD, 885:2571 eves. .       '   -^  A GdOD 8CIYFOR A CRAFTSMAN #3918  A big house that would accommodate d-large family for $39,900  and some finishing, New in Sechelt Village. Ask for a viewing. JACK  _Wffe_N, 886-2681 eves. ���i^<  BIG LOT ��� REDROOFFS AREA #3908  80 x 260', near level, zoned for mobile home or conventional. Grow  a big garden. Services at road. Offers to $ 10,200. PETER SMITH, 885-  9463 eves.  SUMMER SPECIAL���PRICE REDUCED #3972  . Quiet summer homie with good deep water moorage. Fully furnished ond ready for fun. Priced at just $31,000. RUTH MOORE. 885-  9213 eves. I  ���BARGAIN VIEW LOT #3928  Consider these plus features ��� magnificent view up Sechelt Inlet,  lot   cleared   successfully   percolated." Building   site   excavated,  -driveway partially in': This-generous-sized-lot_is_being_offered_for���  $12,000. BERT WALKER, 885-3746 eves.  'MADEIRA PARK #3859  Lakefront 3 bedroom home. 1152 sq ft, 1 1/2 bathrooms, double  windows, 2 car garage, 22x24' and workshop 12x24', all new in the  ' past 3 years, plus many extras included on 4.27 acres. Level landscaped yard, A short mile to'school, post office and shopping centre.  FP $85,000. DON HADDEN, 885-9504 eves.  REDROOFFS ACREAGE #3939  "Gently sloped 1   1/2 acres. 100x660' of well treed property"���oreOr  blacktop road. Power & Water at property line. Large enough for  - privacy. Ideal for-that country residence, and you can subdivide  later. FP $19,900. JIM WOOD, 885-2571- eves.  BIG LOT WJTH LARGE TREES y     #3951  Only $8,000 for a lot with some water view. Close to Marine. JACK  WARN, 885-2681 eves,  LOVELY FAMILY HOME #3981  Davis Bay area. 3 bedrooms plus bath on upper floor with outside  entrance. Main floor of 1193 sq ft has huge living/dining room,  firepldce, kitchen, lowefhall, utility, 1 T/2 baths, no basement. Fine: :  hot-water heat, double... windows. Corporis plus workshop,  tremendous water view, easy care garden. Truly better than  average. New price $69,500. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  WEST SECHELT  #3834/35  Choice lots,, almost level, some with view, on paved road, with  water and hydro in. Just 1.7 miles from Sechelt. Building scheme  protects your investment, Prices start at $10,000. DON HADDEN,  885-9504 eves. ;  OVER600FTSEAFRONTAGE #3959  About. ;15 acres mostly with view.and Hwy 101 traverses the width  of tbis-distrjetJot.JHgs cabin^etc^oned for 1/2 acre suBdivisjon  "city" water line and hy^aatjoadside. $5o70007doWrT6iv$ 1757000."  BOB KENT* 885-9461 or 885-2235. " ^���7X ^���  WEST SECHELT YOUR CHOICE?  Three lovely homes to choose from. All in this great location. RUTH  MOORE, 885*9213 eves for more information on #3925, 03.946 and  #3965.  - ' ��� ft "  LARGE LOT #3847  ���'....j. 1..  For those looking for a larger than usual lot this 83x240'.level  ' parcel on Cooper'Rd could be just the answer. With hydro, water &  "pRoneonTfhtTpWexfToad-andijp^  This one should be seen. FP $11,500, BERT WALKER, 885-3746 eves.  si  "^(���J*-*     JU*. 1  . v��;  -,"��i>j  if.'  THIS HOME COULD BE-YOURS #3993  Lovely 3 bedroom home right in the Village. Many superb features  and could be yours for just $44,500. RUTH MOORE; 885-9213 eves.  SANDY HOOK LOTS       ���/ .. . X #3878  We can show you a good selectiori of view lots overlooking Sechelt  Inlet and the magnificent mountains behind. Hydro & water is along   ���  the road. Clpse to beach, bopt launch, marinaand good fishing. Lots  on Skookumchuck Drive at $11,000 with a few on Seaview at  $10,500. Gpt started with terms aslow as $100 down and $100 per.  month,, DON HADDEN, 885-9504 eves. ^  GIBSONS HARBOUR VIEW #3966  Harbour view from the duplex zoned building lot, close to.stores  -and marina, fully .servXced/nkludingsewer-and't  Asking $12,900. JIM WOOD, 885-2571 eves.  ECONOMY #3879  Asking $35,000 for 3bedrdOms, full concrete basement view home.-  Oil furnace. Sundeck and nice garden. 1 mile to shopping. JACK  WARN, 885-2681 eves,  VIEW LOT ���DAVIS BAY #3848  Level 7T x 193'. Great view, easy clearing. Serviced at roadside.  Ideal for your dream home. Asking $14,500. PETER SMITH, 885-9463  eves. ,  LOOKING FOR A LOT? #3989.  I am sure you will like this large secluded lot in well treed quiet  area. Power 8 water availably. On blacktop in the Roberts Creek  area. Zoned for mobile homes. Go and check it out. It's on Richards  Rd. Price $11,900. JIM WOOD. 885-2571 eves.  BEAUTIFUL HOME WITH VIEW #3912  Quality 3 bedroom home & well appointed rental-suite. 3 large  fireplaces, lots of plumbihg;workshop & utility area. Two carports &  * six hundred square feet of sundeck. With or'without adjacent  duplex lots. On one 50 x 265' lot-. $89,500 with extra lots same size,  -,-,$130.0Q0,JACK ,WARN,l886-2681 eves.  Ruth Moore  885-9213  Don lock  883-2526  Peter Smith  885-9463  Don Hadden  885-9504  Jim Wood  885-2571  Bert Walker  885-3746  Jack Warn  886-2681  DAVIS  BAY VIEW  #3979  >.  i^~  f*  a  Fine new 1300 sq ft 3 bedroom "homo in popular  Davis Bay in an area of new homes and wilh:a  superb view. 2 attractive'fireplaces complement  this well-designed home & vendor has just com-  i pleted the concrete.driveway. To view or-for more  (details on this $68,000 beauty call. BERT WALKER,  1885-3746 eves.  WATERFRONT HOME ��� DAVIS BAY #3955  One of the finest waterfront offerings. 83' of pebble beach, sand at  low tide. The fishing has been great. Boathouse on the beach.  ���Excellent 3-bedroorn:homeof ���l-464psquqre-feet.-NofitairsrNear new-  family kitchen, family room and gracious 20 1/2 x 17 1/2' living  room. NeW fireplace this year. Also big workshop. Fine value at  $85,200. Good mortgage too. View with PETER SMITH. 88'5-9463  REVENUE HOME ���NEAR SECHELT #3970  2 bedroom home, automatic oi| furnace. 4 qppliancestplus.separate  bache'lot'pQdrself-contained, electric heat, fridge and furnishings  too.-Rent one or both, excellent return. Big lot 100 x 200'. fruit trees  - plum, cherry, Italian prune, apple. Asking price $40,000. Can we  help you with finance? PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  TRAIL ISLAND VIEW *��� #3996  Owner is transferred so price reduced to $65,600. Tremendous  view, few steps to ocean access. 4 bedroom modern home. Huge  deck. BOB KENT* 885-9461 eves.  LARGELOT #4001  Large building lot 140 x 130'inquiet area. Some view, gentle slfipe,  sunny area, some trees, but could be cleared ready for. building that  dream home you hove in mind. Ask'ing $11,900. JIM WOOD, 885-  2571 eves.  Bob Kent  885-9461  John R. Goodwin  885-2456  ��� V Jt.*- V t (kj .  CREEKS! DE PARK ESTATES  North Road, Gibsons  w��  3 Blocks from���   r  Shopping Centre  Schools, Theatre  Medical Clinic  Vancouver Transportation  Ideal for Retirement  Perfect for the young  couple starting out.  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Ton Free^o2-i3^  i ����� *  ���"'^W^mr^'  .. /, *  MHW rill*- ii^*ittli^��K'BrJli��W 1$  ��*^ W   TilfWWUlUt  g   l*>* A'wtf"flfl.lv ��>^%,tt-rt$*$amVB-g$iw  B��i|,f*l��|l--l**W��* iW-rt -��i  ",.-':. "kjmkkX"  *���  ^"^-cl.^r-w,-, ,   a^*.,,,Si,w,nn.  ,������  .(Witt,-. .�� *��,*��*! *  ... -ii.   ����..K.m*m,*j.*mm,   ^M  ..  A  ...r,  ���,,-  "���;^t,..t. /  \-  ���&i  Wednesday, August 30,1978 The Peninsula Jimes  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE ��� INSURANCE ��� MORTGAGES  Pagelfr-7  MEMBER BROKER  XTA  ��f  ?03~  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.     2 Offices to Serve YOU  886-2481   (GIBSONS)  ^ Van; Direct  687-6445  HOMES  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre   VON IVO  HOMES  DAVIS S SHAW,ROAD $57,000  Gold Medallion tri-level home. Four  bedrooms, two fireplaces, two bathrooms,  workshop. Close to shopping centre. Call  Jay Visser. ' ,V  SPECIAL  GIASSEORD RD.-63 x-160' cleared lot. Fill  in. Water 8Nsewer connected. $10,000:'  PARKS REED ROAD $56,000  bxcellent family home on large landscaped lot Fruit trees.-This home features ���  -=r3-good-sizedrbedrooms���living room with  f ii oplaciv, "��� dining- area, large kitchen.  Fii-ished rumpus r.oom with F.P., and in-  low suite in basement 36'x. 13-parage.  HILLCREST DUPLEX $37,500  Good    investment,    good    assumable  " mortgage or^22;PPtTReveri^;$380r;'.; ~  2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL $53,<fo0  Locatod on Pratt Road on approx T acre of  good garden soil. Roomy 12x16 kitchen.  Separate dining room. Large carport and  -    12 x 20 workshop.  LANGDALE VIEW $49,500  3 bedioom. A terrific view of Howe Sound  and North Shore mountains. 16 x 30' living  room with granite fireplace.  NORTH ROAD ,       $12,900  1974 Neonex Trailer Home, beautifully.set.  up on rented pad 50 x 13��>. Comeari  Trailer Court. ^  POPLAR LANE $48,500  Three bedrooms, fireplace, dining room.  Walking distance to village, one block to  amenities. A must see! Coll Anne Gurney.  SEAVIEW RD $27,500  2 bedroom older home with sundeck and  Cwr|ior'   Great view.  FAIRVIEW $58,500  Larqo char    ing home, t nt-drooms could  be   4   'On    12   acre.   P; -ce   for   horse,  chickens and hobbies.  SEAVIEW RD $23,750  Good sttiricr or retirement home on treed  view   lit.   On   sewer.   Fridge,   stove   &  wbsher.  $57,000  tri-level home, 4 bdrms,  .room, .2 botheooms. 2  LIKE WATERFRONT $48,000  Hall block to' safe pebble beach from '  beautiful Gibsons bluff location. 3  bedroom home has terrific view from  living room & master bedroom. Fireplace,  basement, good garden area, drop in ond  see the pictures or call to view.   -  WATERFRONT 6R? .,, .W?..5��? ���.  One    corner    pin'   on ��� - the    beach. ..No 7  waterfrontage_rax.r1500;sg_ft;in alrnosf"  brand   new   home,   very   modern,   very  private.   Steps  in   to   good   beach, with  excellent moorqge. Call for appointment  to view.  HOPKINS LANDING ^__J^2^?_  Pt Rcl home wjTfrlbts of IlvingspaceT'Great  view, beach access across street.  CRUCIL ROAD $56,000  Lovely family home". 2 fireplaces. 3  bedrooms up and 1 down. View oh  mountains,. Keats   Island   and   Shda|_  IICKannejT*'^;^^ A '.."           ."  DAVIS ROAD  -Gold' Medallion.  i;ec. room, fam  fireplaces. ... -  SELMA PARK $23,000  Immaculate 2 bdrm home on level lot., lots  of extras for this low price. *     "  WATERFRONT $55,000.  Gibsons Bay area. On sandy beach. Well  kept home. 3 bdrms,. den, large living-  dining area. Stone fireplace.  LOTS  WATERFRONT LOT $25,500  ��� 58' esplanade waterfront and 80' on Gale  Road, 225' average depth located in the  Village of Sechelt close to the arena. Safe  moorage in front.  GRANTHAMS   ��� $10,000  Nice view lot, 50 x 110. /  CHASTER ROAD /   $12,500  Large lot near schools.   _,  DUPLEX ZONED view lot in village $17,500  BLUFF $13,500  View lot only 150 feet from sewer. View  of Bay & Village.   /  FIRCREST LOTS $9,700  Take your.choice. Signs on, 61 x.131'.,?-'-'  TUWANEK  Quiet surroundings on 60 x 120 lot. Price  slashed to $6,250.  JOHNSON & FORBES . $11,750.  ^Cleared lot, for this low price.  HOPKINS LOT $10,500  Has good view, located across fiom good  beach access.  MAHAN RD    - only $12,500  93 x 125. Lots of'lovely big'codars. Quiet  area. Water & power.  YMCA $10,500  163.25   x   87.07   in   area   of   attractive  homes. 2-to choose from.  PRATT RD $55,000  3 bdrm home, fireplace, charming knotty  pine kitchen. A nice house on 2.87 acres.  WATERFRONT... _  SECRET COVE A?EA , $35,000  .51' x V6T~S"er"vTced lot on Trueman rd.,  GAMBIER ISLAND WEST BAY $65,000  ��� 133 of good waterfront. S.E. exposure and  great view. Good water suppfy. Large lot  wo' possible future subdivision. Private  '"foinp" & float. 3 BR Panabode. Sundeck  w w carport. Heatelator f jreplace, stove &  f   dge.  ROBERTS CREEK $45,000  Access easement on adjacent lot. 'This  type of prime waterfront is" rare_o_n .the  market.  GAMBIER ISLAND . $12,000  Semi    aterfront lot at Thornboro Bay.  SARGENTSBAY 80' Wft Lot. $3S2,000  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"  Beautiful lot with southern exposure. This  is'low bank waterfront, byt does not have  a beach. Salal bushes and Arbutus,trees  are the natural landscape. Sewerr,water &  power avail.  EASTBOURNE KEATS ISLAND $46,500  Very attractive 2 bdrm Gothic Arch with  625 sq ft, sundeck, SE exposure.  ACREAGE  10 ACRES OF WOODLAND  For  true  pioneers.  $38,200,   vicinity   of  Hanbury Road.  NORTH ROAD $27,000  3.4'acres, treed and parklike. No windfalls  or.underbrush. Access from,side road for  " privacy.              '  GIBSONS OFFICE SALES STAFF  JAYJ/JSSER_  885-3300  -ANNLGliRNfY  JOItlUIHERUJNDJkQke  886-2164  885-9362  ~DA��E-R0BERTS_  886-8040  GEORGE COOPER  886-9344  885-3295    (SECHELT)  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979, next to Gulf Station, Sechelt VON 3A0  HOMES  SECHELT VILLAGE $52,500  Family home located across from Hackett  Park. This 3 bdrm home has many features  such as: ensuite plumbing; indirect  lighting: built-in appliances: carport;  basement; lorge lot with garden. All  within walking distance of school and  shops. Ready for immediate occupancy.  Call DdnSutberlandr--A- -:-;- '       .     69SV  SELMA PARK $53,000.  Enjoy the ocean view from the sundeck of  this quality home. Three bedrooms with���  bright    sunny   .kitchen.    Wall  ; to!   wall  throughout. Don't miss out on, this one.  ��� Call" Ann���lbbitson���or���Terri���Hanson���For  appointment to.vigw,.br^fftefbour open   '  house-on Sunday^ -'- -���-     '->;        X:  D^VIS BAY-VIEW ���:*:'���' $54^000  If you are looking for a really nice three  bedroom home with a panoramic view of  Georgia Strait and lots-and lots of extra  spaca^dpn't miss this one. It features open  plan living and dining room accented with  white  limestone fireplace,  24' sundeck,  carport' and attractive landscaping.  See  -and compare. Call Corry Ross. -.���  HOME & ACREAGE        "t7rr7Tr$lT5,000  Stop if you'>e looking for a Hobby Farm ���  you've found it ��� five acres of cleared.and  fenced land. Large three bedroom quality  - fomily    home    with,   feature-   fireplace,.,  several outbuildings, very large workshop .  and    second   residence.    Call,   Suzanne  Dunkerton for more info.  IN THE VILLAGE $36,900  An open plan home with the kitchen and  living room "combined. This home has a  sunken tub and outside barbecue, two  bedrooms,' two- washrooms .and a  fireplace. Great for a starter home. Call  Don Sutherland-ljor more information-..  . '���-..'���    Y' ' ' 54SV.  POPLAR LANE $47,500  Two 3 bdrm  ensuite homes  to choose  from.: Basements and carports. Walking  distance   to   schools;   shopping   and  recreation & drinking.      u  1 ACRE WITH COTTAGE $24,900  if Secluded   Roberts' Creek   area   walking  distance-to beach. 1 bdrm, kitchen, living  room, bath.,Vacant now.  FAIRVIEW $27,900  1974 Neonex trailer attractively set up on  landscaped lot.  HOMES  LANGDALE $90,000  Fantastic price for a fantastic home!  Located on Langdale Ridge looking down  on the water & ferry terminal. The 1800 sq  ft home is fully developed bn two levels  and has features galore. Circular concrete  drjveway, spiral stairs off the foyer, fully  .fitted kitchen, large rnaster bedroom wi'h  Walk-in closet, AJruly quality home.. Call  -JMrLSulliei-ldndj^ri^^ojn^^Hoj^i^.  ... ....... ...........-_      ...  .���... .-_   ^ .     63__  BEACH AVENUE $46,500  '  Well built family home. 3 bdrms 8 nursery;  Covered sundeck, close to beach access.  ^^ATERERONT  S<^AftprvlT Vy^RFR��^^S     $T50,0(M>,��2:  Approx 20 acreibf.prime recreation land, -  offering   total .-''privacy;   Easy' access  to.'"  "water;. nicely: wooded. Owner will  consider financing. Call Ann Ibbitson or Don  Sutherland.,  ROBERTSCREEK ^���     $85,000  For easy transition from city to countty   living, this immaculate two bedroom  home ha.s much to offer." The large  secluded "waterfront lot is absolutely level  to the house which is justrabove beach  level. If you are looking for a comfortable  home in a tranquil setting, pleose call  Corry Ross.  DAVIS BAY $85,000  Beautiful tall evergreens are the setting  for this; two bedroom 1097+ square foot  older 'type home featuring a spacious  living and dining room with stone'  heatilator fireplace. A large sundeck  overlooks the grounds whicfFruhdown to  approx 9Q';of waterfroat^There is also g  well-built combination"guest cottage and  workshop and a separate garage.. Call  . Cprfy. Ross.   ,    WATERFRONT LOT ___  Facing south .with; lovely cybutus trees.  Good building site. Hydro, water and  telephone available. Subdivision serviced  by private sewage plant. - Priced ..at  $32,500. Coll:Tpm fcjanson;- '  SECRET COVE $7.0,000  Delightful grass-covered peninsula jutting  southwest into long arm of Secret Cove.  Nearly 370' of waterfrontage with older 2  BR cottage, deep water moorage and a  '"dock. A super buy. Call Corry Ross.'   52SC  WATERFRONT  MAPLE ROAD, EGMONT W/f $95,000  560 feet of waterfront on sheltered  Egmont Channel. Excellently developed  1040 sq ft of double wide with addition.  Many good building sites. A perfect  combination of privacy, view and  sheltered moorage. Owner will finance.  Call-Don Sutherland for more info. 66EG  WEST SECHELT W/F $38,300  Excellent Tl2-' waterfront lot offered for  your enjoyment. Located on a pret_tyJba.yr-^r  PS: J,i s flat. too. Call AnrTlb&itson.      78WS  LOTS & ACREAGES  BUILDERS TAKE NOTE  Side by Side, lots with magnificent view,  'igjoly-��8,500 each. Call Ann Ibbitson.  ���Roberts creek "     "    s13,000 '  Half acre lot with some lovely trees. In the ~  heart    of-   Roberts    Creek.     Suzanne  Dunkerton. ���.'"���'  SANDYHOOK     ' $10,500  Beautifully   unimpeded   view   up   Sechelt  flnlet on this large building lot. Suzanne  Dunkerton. r y~P   "  WEST SECHELT  View lot, approximately 90 x 150'.  Selective clearing done. Phone Terri  Hanson for more details. 82WS  POPLAR LANE, GIBSONS        ^ $8,700  A value buy ��� three bui- ing lots on  sewer at $8700 eachTCaH for details - Don .  'Sutherland. ' 59SV  GRANTHAMS LANDING  Your chance to own three adjoining lots.  No water at present but priced to hold at  $4,700 each. Call Ann Ibbitson. 68G-L  REDROOFFS  f Potential    view    lot,    nicely   treed.    Approximatelyr SO   x   475'.   Priced  $12,200.   Call   Terri' Hanson. ���         :���������  .'   816  _WESLSECHELT40T* ���     -$23,500  Two, lots side by side on Norwest;-Bay  Road. One l��j.t with two frontages. Ideal  ,for     investor     or     builder.     Call     Don  Sutherland.  ���_.._.    '     83WS  GRANDVIEW ROAD ,    $.13,500.  Lovely building lot in Gibsons, Gower Pt.  In   area   of   new   homes,   close   to. oil  amenities. Call Suzanne Dunkerton.  TUWANEK  View lot close to beach. Vendor will carry.  Phon'fe Terri Hanson. 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But again from experience there  need to anticipate the arrival of winter  the only alternative to the summer. There  is yet the glory, of the autumn, and in this  part of British Columbia this can be, and in  . fact usually is/ a-very beautmfl\anj  equally enjoyable time of the year,  While the vegetable garden claims oi  a small part of our attention for a week,  two, there are things to do in the flower  garden.   Chief among these is probably the  matter of the spring tiulbs and the very  thought" of thesefills oTTe withthe delightof_  anticipation and the knowledge that  "death" most assuredly leads to "life".  Apart from the devoted specialists who  delight in keeping abreast of the many  ; hybridizations of all kinds of bulbs, the  home gardener usually wants to see a good ,  showing of the beautiful things he or more  often, she is used to seeing.  According to the experts, all bulbs in  general use except.."gladiolus, autumn  crocus, colchicums and montbretia may  or"rather must be set out between now and  October. Some of the hardy bulbs like  daffodils, crocus and lilies may have been  left in the ground all winter, but if it is a  matter of new plantings now is the time  "when it musrberdone. ���  Snowdrops and aconite are the earliest  flowering and how delightful it is to greet  the first of these pushing thier way up even  through the snows of February. Next to  welcome thespring^afe~the=hyacinthsr  both the ordinary and the grape varieties,  With the squills, daffodils ahtl narcissi  followed by all kinds of tulips which will  carry on into May. They will come the  anenoriie, the rananculus and Dutch Iris to  keep them company.  June and July will see the lilies of all kinds  take their part in the peagant of beauty.  These include the Gold Band; the Regal  and the Aurelian Trumpet, the Tiger and  the Easter lilies. All must be set out in the  next two months and "it is unwise, to leave  them any later.  : Gladiolus set put any time during April  or on till June will flower from July, and  ttie autumn crocus and the colchiums  planted even a month later will offer their  beauty-f or your enjoyment in the dull days  of October and November..  Bulbs, while they supply thier own food  stored up for the purpose, need organically  enriched soil, well drained and friable.  Theuseof a small handful of bonemeal at  the bottom pf the hole when planting will  be most rewarding;  Theu^-a^rigemeht is of course a  will be very disappointing without some  such feeding.  Whatever the preference in the  varieties ��� and there are scores of them ���  if the glory of spring flowers is part of your  now is the time when the vital and  incitfe^tally very enjoyable preparations  must blhmade.  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In one garden this  gardener set out dwarf tulip as a border  to a path and the result iyas yery pleasing,  but usually thfey look best in masses in a  'large garden or In clumps set in no particular design in a smaller one; They can  be very success! ull combined with  perennials which disguise the admittedly  somewhat untidy, appearance of the  planing after the flowering period.  The plantings that are carried  oyer from the previous year will benefit  froitri a covering of well rotted manure or  compost during the Winter, but it's a bit  1 late to talk of that now. In this gardener's-  experience with lilies of the valley, results  Elphi offers  adult courses  Elphinstone Secondary School will be  registering adults who wish to take a  partial or fulltlme course offering.  Courses will be available at the same  time each day and include both one term  (September-January or February-Juno)  and full year programs.  For further information contact either  Principal B.J. 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