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 Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C.  Volume 29, Number 40  October 19,1976.  Several significant developments took place at the meeting of the  Sunshine Coast Regional Board held on Friday, October 15th. On the  issue of the proposed sewer system for the village of Sechelt, it would  appear that Public Utilities Commission Chairman, Peter Hoemberg,  of the Regional Board has successfully come up with a formula which  will resolve the impasse that has developed.  The solution that Hoemberg brought forward is a resolution of the  Regional Board to write to Victoria requesting an amendment be made  to Section 3 of the Letters Patent granting the Sewer Function. The key  part of the amendment would specify that the cost of the sewers be not  more than can be paid for by the product of one tench of one mill on  taxable assessed values for school purposes throughout the region.  Origniiially this was the original reading of the relevant section but the  change to two mills within the village was made by Victoria without  consultation with the Regional District.  Cameo Lands President Henry HaD is shown making his statement  before the Regional Board at the October 15th meeting.  Ian Corrance of Cosy Corners Cameras.      7   ft ^  Photo by  ���&  The R.C.M.P. report a fiurly  active week last week in tiie  Sechelt area. Several complaints  were received from the Redroofc--  Southwood area where young  prowlers have been active with  some thefts and some vandalism.  The owner of the Yarn Barn in  Sechelt reported on the 12th of  October that the brand new wire  fence that he had erected around  his back yard had been cut with  wire cutters and two large holes  left in it. The police are investigating this matter and would  appreciate any information  leading to the apprehension of  the person responsible.  Also in the still-under-investi-  gation category is the report of  a shooting incident in the Mission  Road area. Around 2:55 pm. on  Monday afternoon, October 11th,  several shots were fired in the  area. Police are particularly  concerned since a number of  people reside in this area.  Once  again they would appreciate receiving information leading to  the apprehension of the culprit.  Two break-ins were reported  last week by the Gibsons detachment of the R.C.M.P. In one, a  cabin on Gambier Island was broken into. The cabin was the  property of G. Bishop of Vancouver and the only thing taken  was the wood stove.  During the middle of last  month there was reported a theft  from the road-side near the garbage dump of two culverts,  eighteen inches by twenty feet  long. Subsequently one of the  missing culverts was returned to  the place from which it had been  taken. Police are still hoping that  the second of the culverts will yet  make its appearance.  .����"������.- --T-;-^.i,  District Governor visits  Tuesday, October 12, was die  occasion of the first visit to this  area of District Governor Murray  A. Skaar, of District 19A of the  International Lions Club. Skaar  was elected to his post last .June  and on his visit to this area he  was accompanied by the chairman of A6 Zone, Joe McCann of  Madeira Park. Zone A6 includes  Gibsons, Sechelt, Madeira Park,  Powell River and Texada Island.  During his visit to Gibsons area  Skaar installed four new lions  Club members during the dinner  meeting which was held at the  Legion in Gibsons. The four new  members were Bruce Gamble,  Walter Rouse, Marvin Cooney,  and Andy Pelletier.  The oldest Lions Club in this  zone is Powell River lions Club  which started in 1947.    It was  cont. page 3  The education program of the  Board of School trustees at  Roberts Creek School on October  14th featured a presentation by  the Sechelt Teachers' Association Learning Conditions Committee. Present for the committee  was Frank Fuller, chairman, Bob  Graham and Michael Lynch.  The committee /made three  points in its presentation. First,  that social economic factors such  as low family income or varied  ethnic or racial backgrounds often  prevent many children from receiving the maximum benefit of  education from the school  education from the school systems. Secondly statistics indicate  that the population of the West  Vancouver and North Vancouver  School Districts have a higher  general income level than the  Sechelt School District indicating  the need for a special effort by  Grief came to this driver as he tried to back into his .driveway  at Granthams Landing. His wheel caught on the soft shoulder with the results shown here. Phdto by Ian Corrance.  educators to eliminate inequalities where they exist in our area.  Fuller, speaking for the committee and the association, told  the board "We feel strongly the  trustees, the Superintendent, and  "' the Secretary-Treasurer have in  tiie past while been directing  their energies not only to improving, the educational environment but to eliminating existing  inequalities in the system." He  gave as examples the alternate  education program, the' upgrading of Elphinstone, the  general improvement of class  sizes, and the new improved relationship the Board has with the  Sechelt Indian Band.  He closed by saying, "We hope'  that  our  presentation will encourage; the Board to continue  in the direction that it has been  going."  400 Club  The winning ticket in this  week's Lions 400 dub Draw was  jointly held by Billy Glassford and  Len Wray of Gibsons. The ticket  was drawn this week by Mrs.  _Janet McDonald.  Juveniles  injured  Two juvenile girls were taken  to St. Mary's Hospital in Sechelt  after a two-vehicle accident on  Monday, October 11th, at 6:00  p.m. The girls, whose names  could not be released due to their  age, suffered in one case injuries  to back and neck and in the other  case injuries to neck and stomach.  Charged with driving without  due care and attention in the accident was Dale John Baker of  Dwedney Trail Road, Maple  Ridge, B. C. Baker was driving a  1965 Meteor when it collided with  a north-bound yellow pickup  truck driven by Les Kolesy of  Powell River, B. C. Total damage  to both vehicles was believed to  be in the neighbourhood of $700.  Both of the juvenile girls are  believed to be from Maple Ridge.  "Committing one tenth of a  mill for the sewer system makes it  possible for us. to devote mote  funds to joint funding with the  School Board for the recreational  facilities our areas need", said  Hoemberg.  The problem in Sechelt arose  partly because each village has a  lilmit on its borrowing powers  based on its assets. The, sewer  system as proposed was going  to cost slightly more than the vil-  liage's limits which led to its  being financed through the Regional Board,  Alderman Morgan Thompson  of Sechelt and that Village's representative on the Regional  Board formally made tiie motion  which would amend the Letters  Patent. Thompson publicly  thanked P.U.C. Chairman Hoemberg. "Thank you, Mr. Hoemberg, for taking us out of one hell  of a predicament", he said.  Hoemberg said that the resolution solving the dilemma of the  Sechelt sewer system made it  Gilbert Jo?  Gilbert Joe of the Sechelt  Indian Band will be the guest  speaker at the monthly meeting  of the Sunshine Coast N.D.P.  Club. The topic of Gilbert's  remarks will be the Department  of Indian Affairs and its effects  on the aspirations of the local  native people.  possible for the Regional Board  to move with dispatch in implementing the Joint Recreational  Funding and Joint Use of Schools  with the School Board. He  pointed out that now only Gibsons  had not expressed full support  for the co-operative concept, the  motion made by Jim Metzler at  the last Gibsons council meeting  have been tabled.  Alderman Kurt Hoehne of  Gibsons vigorously denied that  Gibsons was stalling on the  joint recreational scheme. "We  were acting responsibly", he  said. "We had no previous  awareness of the joint funding  idea when Alderman Metzler  made his recommendation",  said Hoehne. "We tabled the  motion not to be obstructionist  but to give ourselves adequate  time for consideration of the proposal and its implications."  Another controversial matter  dealt with at the meeting of  October 15th was the application of Henry Hall of Cameo  me  "'��� The meeting will be held on  Wednesday, October 20th, at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom  DesLauriers    on    Pine    Rand, .  . Gibsons, just off the junction of  the highway and Lower Road.  The meeting will begin at 8:00  p.m. Call 886-7160 for further  information.  Lands to have his subdivision in  the Wilson Creek area rezoned for  light industry. An alternative to  the rezoning proposal, which had  already been given approval in  principle, has been found. Rather  than give third reading to the controversial rezoning proposal the  Regional Board has opted for the  approval of a Land Use Contract  which could be entered with  Cameo Lands. "A Land Use  Contract enables us more specifically to look after the needs of  the residents of that area", a  spokesman for the Regional  Board explained.  Under a Land Use Contract the  land in question would be designated a development area which  would enable Cameo Lands to go  ahead with its plans for a light  construction type industry in  the region while enabling the Regional Board to more closely control subsequent development in  the area.  Developer Hall, present at the  meeting, pointed out that he had  already been waiting a year for  a decision from the Board in this  matter and emphasized that he  would not be able to wait another  year while the Land Use Contract  was debated. The Board responded to Hall's urgency by  approving all three readings required to enable them subsequently to enter into a Land  Use Contract with the developer.  Contacted by the Coast News  subsequent to the meeting, President Hall of Cameo Lands said,  "I don't think the Board bit the  bullet. I am ,7^course, pleased  with "'a LancfUse Contract." I  accept a Land Use Contract. It  means that my personal dreams  for the area can be realized but  I am convinced that it is not the  best thing for the area. They  have taken the easy way out. You  have to decide what is best for  the majority of the people of the  community and go ahead. Not to  do so is appeasement.''  After all the recent fuss made about the chlorine tanks that were lost just off Powell River,  it came as a bit of a surprise to see these tanks of chlorine gas left unattended on Gibsons  Wharf for several days lately. The protective cage for such tanks was empty and just a few  feet away but the tanks sat unprotected on the wharf. An invitation to trouble which fortunately was not accepted. An Ian Corrance photo.  FREE CLASSIFIEDS  886-7817  Delivered to EVERY address on the Sunshine Coast every Tuesday Coast News. October 19,1976  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2622  Published at Gibsons, B.C., every Tuesday  bv Sunshine Coast News.  Editor   John Burnside  Publisher/Manager  DougSeweil  Advertising Manager   Peter Reid  Subscription Rates:  Distributed Free to alladresses on the Sunshine Coast  British Columbia $6.00 per year; $4.00 for six months  Canada except B.C. $8.00 per year.  United States and Foreign $10.00 per year.  Phone 886-2622 or 886-7817  P.O. Box460, Gibsons, B.C.  Killer Whales by J. Dixon  Ladies  The fall elections are looming up for  the various Boards and Councils in our  district and the question of who's going  to run and who should run presents itself once again. Apart from the customary call for participation, interest,  and responsibility, what can be said?  There is perhaps one point worth  making. A fast tour around the Boards  and Councils reveals that with the single  exception of the School Board there is  no women representative on any of our  governing bodies. Let it be said that the  presence of the ladies on the  School  Board seems to have had a salutary  effect. They bring an intelligent and  civilized presence into the board room  with them.  It may be time for more women to  participate in the work of making decisions which affect our communities. So,  ladies, if you are out there and the  thought of letting your name stand for  Village Council or Regional Board has  occured to you, the Coast News can only  encourage you to go ahead with it. You  may have more to contribute than you  realize.  Congratulations  Congratulations are surely due Peter  Hoemberg, Regional Board member and  chairman of the Public Utilities Commission, for having found the key to unlock  the door which appeared to be keeping  the Sechelt sewer system from coming  into being. He well merited the thank  you he received from Alderman Morgan  Thompson at last Friday's Regional  Board meeting.  There are welcome signs that the  people who are responsible for governing  our municipalities and our region are  learning how to make the complex  business of local government work for  the community. The key, of course,  is reasonable co-operation between the  different bodies and here on the Sunshine Coast of late there has been real  evidences that some of the. regional  rivalries and the jurisdictional rivalries  are becoming less of a factor in the life  of our region than heretofore. We all  stand to benefit.  Haste?  A possible disturbing factor at that  same Regional Board meeting, however,  was the speed with which the board gave  all three readings and approval to entering into a Land Use Contract with Cameo  Lands. Henry Hall of Cameo Lands was  present at the meeting and rose to make  the point that he had already been  waiting a year for a decision on his desire  to rezone his Field Road subdivision to  light industrial. It is easy to sympathize  with Hall on the delay. When he stood  up to speak he said that he could not wait  another year but would have to take his  interests elsewhere unless speedy action  was forthcoming. It was a reasonable  statement and he denied that it was any  sort of ultimatum to the Board.  While sympathising with Hall's  position it must be said that its effect  seemed to be galvanize the Board into  giving all three readings of the proposal  for a Land Use Contract between the  Regional Board and Cameo Lands. This  despite the fact that there was a suggestion that not all the members of the  board were entirely clear what a Land  Use Contract entailed nor what its merits  would be.  It would seem justifiable that enough  time be given elected representatives  to consider adequately proposals before  them whatever the impatience of the  developer. It must be remembered that  any developer worth his salt will undoubtedly have been able to spend much  more time on any single proposal that  elected representatives, with full-time  jobs of their own for the most part in  addition to the myriad responsibilities of  their office, have time for.  It may well be that the right decision  has been made in the case of the Land  Use- Contract with Cameo Lands but  legislation which is rammed through in a  hurry is always a disturbing business.  If a Land Use Contract is what is required  in the Field Road area it would have done  no harm to take another couple of weeks  to ensure that all Board members had had  a chance to adequately familiarize themselves with the option.  Indian summer  One almost holds one's breath against  the departure of these glorious days of  Indian Summer. The fall has always been  a season of magic - "A season of mists  and mellow fruitfulness" in the words of  the poet - and we here on the Sunshine  Coast are being blessed with a truly  glorious autumn. Up ahead of us, no  doubt, is the rain, the cloud, and the  puddles of another coastal winter but for  the moment no people on earth are more  fortunate in their place or in their weather  as we are. May it continue a while  longer.  ...from the files of Coast News  5 YEARS AGO  Groups of students from Elphinstone  School joined students on the Lower  Mainland in peaceful demonstration  against nuclear testing blast at Amchitka.  R.C.M.P. have seized approximately  100 pounds of marijuana as a result of  R.C.M.P. members searching the  wooded area of Roberts Creek. The 75  marijuana plants, from eight feet to  eleven feet in height, were scattered  throughout the trees near a creek.  10 YEARS AGO  Nothing much happened that week.  15YEARSAGO  There was an interesting discussion  about whether students in Trail Bay  School should be permitted to wear  nylons, at Sechelt's monthly ^TA meeting.  According to the 1961 census, Sechelt's  population has increased by 33 since  1936.  20YEARSAGO  Letter to the Editor: Our good little  Coast News certainly gets around. We  got results from both of these ads:  A man, from Halfmoon Bay bought the  buggy to take out to Chilhwack, and I  received a letter from Ontario in answer  to the one about the Llama wool.  25 YEARS AGO  There were 338 water connections in  Gibsons.  Three more 'No Parking' signs are on  order for use on the Gibsons wharf.  Ad: Why pay rent? Will share my  cozy home with lady housekeeper for  accomodation, all conveniences. H.  Poppy.  Gibson's Heights, 1910. Looking west along Sechelt Highway.  There is a lull in the traffic - a lone horse-drawn buggy approaches  from the horizon at the Pratt and Payne Road junctions. Newly-  founded Finnish settlement lies beyond charred snag remnants of  a former fire.  Shaw Road corner is marked by boulders at left fore-  I !���*��.  '.���4 �� .   "- c \.  ground. Sunnycrest Plaza is now located to right of rail fence.  View is uncluttered by telephone or power-line poles or wires; and  roadway is much as Mother Nature left it, unadorned with either  gravel or paving. John Hicks photo, courtesy Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum.  L. R. Peterson  musings from burnside     Commentary  One of the aspects of modern  living which has always had me  in difficulties is its obsession with  punctuality. Don't misunderstand me. It's not that I don't  believe in it. I do.; I am awaie^  that punctuality is one ofthe hallmarks of courtesy and consideration - qualities which the world  never has enough of. It's just  that I seem to be incapableof it.  It's a story as old as I am.   I  was overdue at birth and people -,  were already impatient with me  when I first saw the light of day.  When I first went to school my  <  father  insisted  that. I counted .  every blade of grass on the way  home and it goes without saying  that I was late in the morning.  By the time I went to high 7  school my father 'was dead and  my mother would get me up at  half past sue in the morning -  before she went to work with  nothing in the world to do but  to eat my breakfast and put on  my clothes. I'd day-dream before '  the fire until I was running a  frantic mile for the last bus at  twenty-minutes to nine. Two or  three mornings a week I'd miss  it. All attempts to reform me by  sweet reason or the most violent  threats came to nought. I meant  well but my chronological equipment just never seemed to match  the outer world.  When I came to be married I :  was found by a frantic brother- .  in-law-to-be one hour before the  wedding.       He   was   formally  dressed and perspiring and I was  browsing in the comer bookstore  and when I looked up and saw  him I couldn't even have said  what day of the week it was, let  alone being cognitive of the fact  that I was supposed to be getting ���  married.  Even as a school teacher, the ;.'  very representative of law, order  and punctual behaviour, I was in  . constant hot water.   In Dawson '  City I lived directly across the  road from the school and was up  and out and walking in all the  weathers of the year with Pogo  and     Sammy,     the     Northern  mongrel with the heart of a king  and rickety back legs.  Yet when .-,.  the bell rang at nineo'clock some- '���  how I was gulping my last cup  of tea, grabbing my parica and  hustling across the road at the  last minute.  I was never late, just two or  three minutes but I suppose it  acted as some kind of a goad to  my superiors for I was in constant  hot water however good my intentions or even my performance  once I had arrived. The classic  instant came not too long ago in  a high school that shall be nameless in a town that I leave up to  your imagination. I was in the  middle of yet another spate of  determined   reforming  activity.  The principal had threatened with  demotion if he didn't get that....  to school on time and I was trying  I really was, in all the senses  of the word.  Finally the superintendent himself arrived to throw  his weight into the fray. We were  on shift and I started at eight  o'clock with a Grade 10 English  class.   As luck would have it he  arrived on the Monday morning  early in May just after the docks  had been set forward - a fact  of which I was wholly ignorant,  of course.    The result was that  instead of arriving that morning  my   customary   two   or   three  minutes.late I/arrived one hour,  and  three  minutes  late to  be  greeted by an irate Superintendent and empty classroom, my  first   class   having   come   and  waited patiently and gone with  the bells.   Can you imagine how  lame my explanations shounded,  yet true, all true.  My domestic life has been bedevilled by this inadequacy of  mine as well. I've just never been  able to be consistently on time for  supper. No matter how determined I may be at the outset of  the day something invariably  comes up and I find myself suddenly sonewhere doing something completely other than what  even the kindest of schedules  must insist upon as a decent minimum, of considerate behaviour.  All attempts at reformation on  my own part or the part of others  invariably ended in' hopeless  failure.  Once when I was a bachelor I  had a friend stay with me for a  month.. He was a decent, intelligent, civilized creature but by  the end of the month he was reduced to gibbering rage at my  total inability to show up on time  however considerately die arrangements had been made by  those who would try to be understanding.  And so it goes from tiie very  moment of birth to this very  present instant. There's so much  more that could be said about tins  vexatious business, this horrible  handicap.   I have stories of running madly with undigested pork  chops through the streets of Winnipeg after a railway train which I  had almost left unthought of too  long and which contained my  money and my luggage, stories  about driving from Dawson dry  to Montreal, 4,500 miles, in eight  days to catch a plane in Monteal  to get to a sister's wedding in  Scotland and doing that monstrous six hundred miles a day. for  eight  consecutive  days simply  because I had left my departure  from Dawson City to the last  possible minute, as usual.   Oh,  how I could go on about the  agony of all this but I'm late with  the column -this week and must  rush it to the typesetter.  Protest protested  Pender Harbour Perspective  by Wendy Skapslri  I  . "Hunters home from the hills,  fishermen home from the. sea..."  A line from a 19th Century English poem? Not if you look out  your window. Aside- from the irrepressible local sports fishermen  darting in, out and around the  harbour in hot pursuit of the  wily salmon, a number of commercial fishermen poked their  bows into the Harbour over the  last week. And for many, weary  bows they were, indeed, after  having tried to keep up with the  hot and heavy pace set by the  Department of Fisheries. In its  infinite wisdom, the afore-mentioned scheduled three overlapping fall fishery openings!  Johnstone Straits, Qualicum, and  Gulf and Fraser River. Most  reports I've had indicate most  fishermen made at least 2 of the  openings and did 'not bad' in  their pursuit of prime dog salmon. With the late fall fishing  schedule, the Fisherman's Homecoming Dance may for once be .  appropriately timed.  Among the many in pursuit of  protien, Bill Cameron and his  sons have just recently returned  home three moose richer after  their annual northern hunting  foray.  Color your map of the Harbour  with shades of Vietnam! No, not  a war, but sightings of planes  dumping defoliant chemicals  along the powerline this last  week. Certainly growth has to be .  maintained below the lines, but  how and in what fashion is another matter. Fears among local  analysts of the situation are that  the chemicals will have escaped  into the watershed -and will  certainly be affecting all of us  here. Phone calls to B. C. Hydro,  Querying as to the content of  the spray and/or its rationale for  being, have up to press time, met  with completely negative results.  The cub reporter, however, will  prevail and hopefully next week  will have a full answer.  On a lighter vein, the Medical  Clinic Auxiliary tells me the  Thanksgiving Market held Oct.  9th was a great success and  they'd like to thank the many  that gave! Remember also that  the next meeting wiU be Oct. 27*..  7:30 pm. at the Clinic, the main  business being the election of  officers.  Locals will be glad to hear that  Frank Campbell and his hip are  on the mend in a Vancouver  hospital. Frank took quite a  tumble a few weeks bade when  the old logging road-'he was  driving on gave way. His son Ian  ���escaped virtually unscathed and  Frank himself was very lucky.  Any ladies who want to bowl  should contact Muriel Cameron or  Merle Hately. Anyone interested  in doing Yoga should contact  Evans Hermon. Also anyone  suffering from chronic back pain  should contact Evans Hermon at  883-2745.  The October 14th work stoppage has hurt us all. The damage  to both small and large business,  as well as government and institutional organizations is almost  beyond comprehension.  On the Sunshine Coast it was  a day of lost wages and incon-  viences such as the Ferry shutdown. Some stores and offices  were closed and there was the air  of a national day of mourning in  the commercial centres. Those  few of us who may have doubted  that the power of the unions was  getting beyond control Were  taught a valuable lesson' which  should not be easily forgotten.  Canada was indeed in a state  of mourning last Thursday. The  Democratic system which has  been built in the British tradition  for the last eight hundred odd  years was carelessly cast aside  in favour of a form of protest  which was pre-ordained to fail.  Trudeau and the cabinet wiU not  change their course .because of  the confrontation of the unions  have created. The vast majority  of the Canadian population support the idea of controls, if not the  Trudeau government itself.  What last Thursday's day of  protest did create was further  confrontation between business,  government and the labor movement. A country which is already  known for its bad record in productivity lost due to labor strife  will be further polarized by the  careless attitude that labor has  adopted.  Canada can not afftxd  to gain a reputation as a high risk  labor market. The investment we  need so desperatfy in order to.  lower the unemployment level, be  it Canadian or foreign, is unwilling to risk the chance of inter  minable labor hassles when there  are so many other available  markets that offer a greater  security.  This paper has cm many occasions supported the right of  people to protest injustices  handed down by Government at  all levels. The difference in this  case is that the Ottawa poweis-  that-be have shown extreme  patience and co-operation in  dealing with" the complaints cf  organized labor. They have been  made aware of the problems that  have arisen because of the AIB  and they have tried to respond to  the feelings of the labor movement. In the end the Trudeau  government was forced to decide  that the AIB was a necessary  evil. They excersised their mandate as our current government  and have stuck by that decision.  Labor may have the right to  protest the Governments actions  but they have no right to take out  that antagonism on the people  of this country. It is time that  those people who are not connected with either the labor  market or the world of big business were afforded protections  under the law from damage  caused by the erratic behaviour  of the labor movement.  If I, as a demonstrator, threw  a brick through an office window,  I would be expected to pay for  the damage my right to protest  had created.  If the unions wish to take out  their aggressions against Ottawa .  I would suggest that they should  also pay for the monkey wrench  they have thrown into the work-  ings of our economy.  The right to demonstrate does  not include the right to sabotage  the well being of your fellow man.  from the book UNBORN THINGS  South American Poems  by Patrick Lane  CHILE  The girl in the red dress crying  in a small room in a city  the Spanish Conquistadores built  too many years ago to tell  how they poured the lives  of this sad country  into great grey galleons  for shipment back to the court  where a King and Queen  argued about the edge ofthe world  and a failed fleet somewhere  north in the throat of a sea  they wished they could forget  bends her small brown face  over the photograph  of a brother who was shot  by the carabineros yesterday  and wants an answer I can't give  except to tell the fat American  kid who has been filling her  with acid and disease for weeks  that if he opens his mouth  again to tell me he has learned  to love everyone  I'll fill it with my fist.  h Coast News, October 19,1976.  Cough, Cough  Editor:  In regard to your recent column  devoted to the evils of tobacco,  I submit this piece of reassurance- any fool can quit smoking;  it takes a real man to face up to  cancer.  Yours  P. Michaels  Granthams  Change  Editor:  '���I suppose change is inevitable, but it will be a sad day for  me when the younger people take  over."  And see you in yourself-born  sadness, fumbling at the  dark laces of reflected fear;  weaving your name in a  shadowy cocoon that tumbles  in lonely galactic winds  while your light fades, and  the stars blink out, and  your staring, pebble-eyed,  at the grinning face of  change.  You a dark, frozen, egg as  the Dragon master begins his  Atomic laughter, heating  your shadows into ebony drops  that begin to pool under a  misty blue sky. And standing,  - for an instant, on your own  troubled waters you touch  the smile of a sad-eyed  youth who beckons and calls  your name, which memory  serves, like a bar of gold, and  you begin the best part ofthe  journey home.  Alex Van Buren  Resources  Editor:  The time for the Annual  Meeting of the Sunshine Coast  Community Resource Society is  again at hand as advertised in  this paper. We would like to  thank you for your generous news  coverage given our activities over  the past year and to prevail upon  you to print this further letter.  We are one of the Societies who  survived the budgetary stringencies of the new government and  are attempting to provide services  which will justify continued support from Victoria. A dentral aim  is to involve as many people from  the community as possible --  this task of communication is dif-'  ficult and requires perserverance.  cont. from page 1.  followed by the Sunshine Coast  Lions Club of Sechelt which  started in 1964, then came clubs  in Madeira Park and on Texada  Island in 1971. Gibsons Lions  Club was started in 1972.  The name of the Lions organization comes from the first letters  of its slogan which is "Liberty,  Intelligence, Our Nation's  Safety".  District Governor Skaar said  that the objectives of District  19A included increased support  for the B. C. Lions Society for  Crippled Children. "District 19A  is the greatest contributor to  C.A.R.E. of any Lions district  anywhere in the world."  The next function of the local  Gibsons Lions is an Arena (Fun)  Night to be held at the Gibsons  Legion on Saturday, October 23rd  at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds wiD go to  charity.  Pre-Xmas Special  Waikiki $309.50..  Maui$389.50  Hotel * Air Incl.  Spend a week in the sun-exciting  Waikiki or a secluded condominium on Maui. Included <s direct  flight from Vancouver. 7 nights  ace. based on dble. occ, lei  greeting and hotel transfers. Enquire about special child and 2  week rates.  Reno $119.50  Based on dbla. occ. ��� 8 day, 7  night bus tour leaving every Sat*'  urday.  Included is experienced:  tour'guide  good   acoom..  side-  trips to Carson City, captial of  Nevada,  beautiful  Lake Tahoe,  historic Virginia City, the city or  Sparks, 2 cocktail parties and the  best In bonus coupons.  Super Weekend  RENO $169.50  Fly from Vancouver every Thursday to Sunday ��� incl. based  upon dble. occ. 3 nights in fabulous Ponderosa Hotel & Casino.  Hotel transfers A $30.00 in  bonus coupons per person. Lim-.  ited seats available.  SUPERI0RT0URSLTD.  Lobby of Sandman Inn  180 West Georgia St.  689-7117  CALL COLLECT  for information  Once again we solicit attendance at the meeting on the part  of anyone interested in such as:  Mini-Bus Service, Senior Services, Homemakers Service, Tot  Lot, and Formation of Volunteer  Service.  Our Directory of Services resulting from the extensive programme of interviews carried out  earlier in the year has now been  published. Copies for sale are  available at the Resource Society  (above the Sechelt Credit Union)  and will also be available at the  meeting.  To repeat; the Annual Meeting  is at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct.  21st, Open Area, Sechelt Elementary School.  Yours truly  DougRoy  Publicity Chairman  Zoning  Editor:  Teachers  Editor:  It's Oct. 14, 1976 evening and  the teachers in this area worked  today their dedication shown in  their attendance. Although at  this evenings School Board  meeting at the Roberts Creek  School, three teachers were not  recognized for their dedication,  Gary Gray, Roger Douglas and  George Mathews. These teachers  which we are lucky to have, put  in hours of their time in extracurricular activities, coaching  sports before school in the morning, noon hour activities and  after school sports, one of these  fellows couldn't attend this  evenings meeting because he  had taken kids to Vancouver for  a game. These teachers who  appear to be giving an incredible  amount of their own time to our  kids asked our School Board's  permission this evening for a  week's leave cf absence (without pay) to attend a Rugby match  out of the country. Their request  was denied.  I think this was extremely  unfair. We expect our teachers  to put in extra time but we won't  . allow them time off for a personal committment. Would the  kids suffer not having their  teachers there for 5 days? Maybe  they would pass some of the en-  thusiasim and energy these  fellows have for sports, which we  are finally emphasizing in the  curriculum. Would this set a  precedence? Well it's obvious  that tiie Board has to set a policy  for this sort of tiling and plan to.  But up to now there has been  none, so why the denial?  We are so lucky to have some  of the finest teachers in this  area lets support them.  I strongly urge that the Board  look again at their decision.  Yours Sincerty  B.Lee Scott  All type* and aim of Halnari.  candles and candle holden we  now oo display at Mhw Bee's,  Sechelt  ^  Chairman & Directors, Sunshine  Coast Regional District, Sechelt.  Gentlemen:  A letter of Mr. K. Fiedler to  the Regional Board, recently pub-  . lished in the press, dealing with  the pending zoning by-law #96  was discussed by the members of  this association in our September  meeting. The claims made by  Mr. Fiedler showed a need for the  people of Area 'E' to take a close  look at what zoning-changes may  be on the books for our area. We  asked our area director and his  planning advisory commissiion to  inform us as quickly as possible  about all details, to which request  they very kindly consented and  gave us the required information  in our October meeting.  To our considerable surprise  we find that a great number of  parcels, mainly those presently  under Agricultural Land Reserve,  are to be re-zoned from R2 to  A3L, which provides a completely  different land use and parcel size  from present zoning requirements.  Without wishing to go into the  question whether such change  has merits or not, we have to  contend that such change from R2  to A3L constitutes a re-zoning of  land within the jurisdiction of the  Regional District. We do not  think that because of the presently existing land reserve, which is  not in Regional jurisdiction, the  Regional Board can hide behind  the authority of the Land Commission and re-zone by setting  aside the provisions of the Municipal Act, which clearly stipulate  that all affected land owners have  to be personally notified about the  intended changes and their views  after public hearings duly considered.  We believe, therefore, that, as  neither the owners were properly  notified nor their views ascertained in the prescribed manner,  by-law #96, if enacted as it stands  now, would be faulty and subject  to being set aside in court action  by any aggrieved land <wner.  As a matter of presently minor  concern, but having some significance in future, is the map produced by you and supposed to  become an integral part of the  by-law. Some of the re-zoned  land is designated as "ALR",  other parcels as "A#L". If and  when the Agricultural Land Reserve is lifted at a later date,  are the parcels designated in the  map as "ALR*' reverting to R2 or  are they free from any zoning restrictions afterwards? So some  improvement on the maps seems  required, if they reflect the. Regional zoning. We doubt that the  designation "ALR" has any place  in a Regional zoning map, because the Land Commission has  no zoning authority and their  reserve has little status in a  regional zoning by-law as for  example the Liquor Control  Board's land use provisions for  a Public House.  We would like to hear from  you, whether you intend to proceed with the by-law as is or  whether you agree that the provisions of the Municipal Act for'  re-zoning should be complied  with, before the by-law is finally  enacted.  Yours truly  Gladys Sluis  Secretary  Gibsons Heights & West Gibsons  Heights Ratepayers Assoc.  Sound Construction  Car pen ter-Contractor  \    v  Interior Finishing  ������    \    -X  House�� Framing  Concrete Form work  Gary Wallinder   886-2&16  Box 920       Gibsons  X  ndp   bookstore  In Lower Gibsons  ��� For Great Canadian and Britlih Paperbacks ���  This is a volunteer aelf-sustai ni ng  group, serving your community since January 1973  Navy  Corps  League   Cadet  (Kenneth Grant)  Navy League Wrennette Corps  (Dogwood)  Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps  (Conway)  will be holding a  TAG DAY  from  PORTMELLONto  PENDER HARBOUR  ��� Sunshine    Coast    Navy    League  will be holding a membership drive.  A lot of people  like the Royal Bank  for Term Plan Loans.  For when it makes good sense  to borrow.  Should I Borrow is a question we all ask ourselves at  one time or another. But now it's a lot easier to come  up with the right answers. Because the Royal Bank  has put most of the answers into a new booklet called  "Should I Borrow?" It explains how interest and time  payments work, how to  examine your budget to see  what you can afford, and  almost everything else  you should take into  consideration. Why not  drop in today and pick up  your free copy. If you have  any questions, please come  see me or one of the staff.  ROYAL BAN K  serving  British Columbia  Bruce'Gamble.'  Manager ���  886-2201  :  Fancy Mac or Red Delicious :���.:���'":������'  APPLES?: 777^  Mexican Hamlin      Sweet & Juicy -  ORANGES 5!bs ^1.0C  Spanish Type  JUMBO ONIONS      2lbs.25  5 lbs .*1.00  Super-Valu  BEANS & PORK  1402 3/88*  Kraft  MACARONI  & CHEESE  2/55*  Duncan Hines  Moist'N'Easy  CAKE MIXES  79*  Tang Orange  FLAVOR  CHRYSTALS  Pkg.   of  4  -  3.5  oz.   Pouches  99*  Nabob  MARMALADE  Seville or 3-Fruit  24oz.Tin  $"|     09  Romper  DOG FOOD  25.5 oz. Tins  2/67*  Gov't Inspected Gr. A. Beef  CHUCK ROASTS 69*lb.  Regular 6 9* lb.  GROUND BEEF   0^^  Gov't   Inspected  Grade  A   Beef  PRIME   RIB ROAST      $1.79lb.  Lean   SHORT RIBS of BEEF     69*lb.  69*lb.  69Mb.  $6.50  $1.79lb.  Gov't Inspected Wiltshire  SAUSAGE     PurePor. $1.29!fo.  Gov't   Inspected   Grade  A   Beef  CROSS RIB ROASTS    $1.29lb.  PRICES EFFECTIVE  Oct. 21 to Oct. 23  We reserve the right to limit quantities  3 SUPER VALU  More lhan the value is super and wefre proving il every day  SUNNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS Coast News, October 19,1976.  CBC Tuesday Night, formedy  CBC Wednesday Night and before that CBC Sunday Night--  but always the top rated Radio  Arts program which has brought  listeners so many hours of first  class listening, from productions  of classical dramas, Shakespeare,  Shaw, Wilde to contemporary  drama, documentaries and musicals, comes to an end this week.  A sad occasion, but for this last  program producer Robert Weaver  has brought together many old  friends including 72 year old  Esse Ljungh, former head of CBC  radio drama-who directed the  first program in December 1947,  to produce a dramatization of the  novel Settlers of the Marsh by  Frederick Phillip Grove.  Set in Manitoba this is a powerful story of a man's love for two  very different women, the  neurotically virginal Ellen, played  by Diana-LeBlanc and the lusty  widow, Gara, played by Sandra  Scott. Ron Hartman, who won a  1975 ACTRA Award for his radio  portrayal of Othello plays the shy  young farmer, Niels Lindstedt.  Settlers is perhaps the first  Canadian realism novel, earthy  and sexually explicit, when first  published the ensueing scandal  resulted in Grove being fired from  his post as High School principal  in Manitoba. Unable to find  another teaching job, he bought a  farm in Simcoe, Ontario. Ljungh  thinks Grove who came to Canada  from Sweden in 1909 is a highly  under-rated writer.  The novel has been prepared  for radio by Len Peterson and can  be heard Tuesday at 8:03 p.m.  Wednesday October 20  Concern 8:03 pm Part I.  Nudear  Responsibility - Who is responsible? Part II Merchants of Death  the Internationa] Arms Business.  Country Road 10:30 pm Ron Dan  with his steel guitar.  Thursday October 21.  Themes and Variations 8:03 pm  Piano recital by Gaude Savard,  Novellette in F. and Phantasy in  C major, Schumann; Sonata in  C minor (Pathetique), Sonata in  A flat major, Beethoven; Trau-  nerai, Schumann.  Jazz   Radio-Canada   10:30   pm  pianist Joe Sealy and Quintet in  concert  from  Halifax;   Stephan  Grappelli from Q.E.T. Vancouver  Friday October 22  Canadian Concert Hall 2:30 pm  Part I.   Phyllis Mailing, mezzo-  soprano; Derek Bampton, piano  with    Purcell    String    Quartet.  Chausson and Debussy.   Part II.  Trois    Poemes    de    Stephane  Mallarme and Le Tombeau de  Couperin, Ravel.  Saturday October 23  Hot Air 1:30 pm. First of the  cool-school pianists, Teddy  Wilson from his days with Benny  Goodman's small group, 1935-40.  Opera by Request 2:03 pm. your  favourite operatic singers on  records.  Conversations with Scientists  5:03 pm. Bert Nelson talks with  West Coast researchers.  Music de Chez Nous 7:00 pm.  L'Ensemble du Quebec with  Barbara Todd-Simard, flute,  Hermel Bruneau, harpsichord,  Reynald Saint Pierre, double  bass and Jacques Simard, oboe  and English horn. Couperin,  Hindemith, Vivaldi, J. S. Bach,  Handel, Locatelli.  CBC Stage 8:30 pm. The Ruffian  on the Stair by British playwright  Joe Orton-his first work for radio  produced in Vancouver by BBC  producer John Tydeman starring  Eric Schneider as the Ruffian,  Roy Brinson and Patricia Williams as the middle aged couple.  Anthology 10:03 pm. Days and  Nights in Calcutta by Clark  Blaise and Fharati Mukherjee  based on the authors journals of  their visit to India, soon to be  published by Doubleday.  Music Alive 11:03 pm.   Winning  choirs   in   the   National   Radio  Amateur    Choir    Competition.  Sunday October 24  Ideas 1:03 pm.    The Index of  Censorship-a     London     based  quarterly devoted to freedom of  expression which prints manuscripts which have been suppressed by tyrannical governments.  The Entertainers  7:03 pm.  The  Revelation, a science fiction musical fantasy loosely based on the  Biblical   book   and   starring   a  digital PDP 11/10 computer as  Beula.      Lyrics   and   electronic  music    by    Toronto    composer  David McLey.  Monday October 25.  The Great Canadian Gold Rash  10:30 pm.   Interview with singer  Ronnie  Blakely.     Live  concert  with   English  Rock  group The  Kinks.  Tuesday October 26.  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 pm.  The Settlers of the Marsh by  Frederick Grove .dramatized for  radio by Len Peterson.  Touch the Earth 10:30 pm.  Northern Lights Folk Festival  from Sudbury; Music and Madness from Francois Jorday; Contemporary Eskimo music; Taj  Mahal in conversation with  Hedley Jones.  warm welcome  awaits you ...  y.  ou   are   c  ordiaitu   invited    to   attend    out  On display at the Gibsons Public Library are watered ours  by local artist Vivian Chamberlin. She recently attended a  workshop on Bowen Island, sponsored by the Department of  Continuing Education with Professor Sam Black of U.B.C.  Picture by Ian Corrance of Cosy Corners Cameras.  Bill Clark writes ...  From the Back Porch  Pete Svensen wus down frum  the Chilcotin an he asts wot happened? becus I aren't too cheerfiil  an I ses I am waitin' fer Judgement Day.  He ses Hallelujah Brother an  wot time is the End of the World?  becus he ain't got the hay in yet.  I ses it ain't that kind of Judgment , becus the law has giv me a  summons fer contributin' to  juvenile delinquency an it's all  becus of that dam cherry tree  outback.  Pete ses how cum?  Well, sir, I ses, them cherries  wus hangin' in handfuls an I  tride to climb the tree and purdy  soon I cum down becus my  climbin' days is over an then  these littel kids cum over an asts  if they can have sum cherries.  They wus mebbe eight er ten  years old, I ses, an real nice littel  kids, an I ses they cud have the  whole tree �� but only if they cud  snuck up after the sun went down  an get em without me hearin'  them. I tolt them if they weren't  real quiet I wud hear them an  cum out roarin' like a bull an  chase them all the way down the  alley.  They thot this wus real gud an  I set on the back porch lissenin'  to them snickerin' an thrashin'  arount in the branchis an it wus  a real pleshur.  Pete ses he don't unnerstand  an I ses one of em tolt his mother  an I guess she had ben readin'  the frunt page of the paper too  much an next thing I knowd there  wus this summons an I went to  see the Magerstrate.  An wot did he say? asts Pete.  I ses he wus real interestid an  he cum up with a gud suggestion.  Pete ses the last suggestion he  got frum the Magerstrate wus a  hunnert an fifty dollars fer hittin'  a scrawny cow, wen he wus  comin' back frum Grassy Plains  in the truck an he hopes this one  is cheaper an I ses it shur is.  Wot he Aggers, I ses, is we cud  each throw twenny five dollars in  the pot fer lumber an fix us a  privy in the back yard an we cud  both set on the back porch ^an  lissen to the kids pushin' her over  an we cut think back wen the law  wus sumthin' to be proud of.  Utt?  Antiques  Closed Sun. &Mon.  Gibsons  886-2316  'OP<��fl MOVS��'   ���  Wednesday, October 20, 1976  10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  V  at our  New Branch  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  Gibsons  ~Jne   ^rronouraole rwlauor   eJLaurente   cJLabonte   of    \jibsons  ill   officiate   at   the   ribbon    cuttina    ceremonu   at   10.30  a.m.  L^ome   and join,  us  for   coffee   and   liaht   refreshments.  PUBLIC  MEETING  Spiritual Foundations  of Economic Justice  Sat. Oct. 23rd.  8:00 p.m.  Elphinstone  Portable  vl/e   have   a    little   aift   for   uou    -   balloons   for   the     children  ^4972)  the   first   50   attests   to   arrive   will   receive   a    lovelu   co  rsaae  W��fl -  2Jahe   the    corsaae    home  9  an  d Surprise uour   wife.  JERRYS BARBER  SHOP  We are proud to announce the  addition of  Jaye Helmer  MEN'S HAIR STYLIST  We welcome Women's hai r  -APPOINTMENTS PLEASE  Across from the Bank of Montreal, Gibsons  SHELL  ULTRA  NON-LEADED GASOLINE  is now available  Regular  90.9  Ultra  gal.  93.9  Hours of Business  Tuesday to Saturday     10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Monday      Closed  gal.  GIBSONS SHELL  SERVICE  886-2572  CANADIAN IMPERIAL  BANK OF COMMERCE Coast News, October 19,1976.  tX I KA  WHEELS,  STUDS  available at OK TIRE  at Vancouver prices  Pirelli Radial Snow Tires....Standard 4 Ply Poly and 4 Ply Nylon Snow Tires. ....  Michelin Snow Tires...Standard Car Wheels.... Retread Snow Tires.... Light Truck and  Recreation Vehicle Snow Tires....Tire Studding   All available at your local  '��������X'X'X��x��x*x��x��x��x<tt*>x#>>x<��x<*x��:��sx��Xi��  ft:::;:-:?::^  absolutely  NO INTEREST  or SERVICE CHARGES  (even your bank can't touch this)  See us now and use  our money instead of  your own  no interest...no interest...no interest...no interest  6 months to pay...6 months to pay...6 months to pay... 6 months to pay  PLUS  You get the fastest service in town  tt-  '.:���.���.���.:���.���.:  tmmmmmmmmm  at Vancouver Prices  (sometimes better 'n Vancouver prices!)  And you can buy any of this merchandise for nothing down and up to 6 months to pay  ...interest free I  Sechelt OK Tire Store is one of 93 OK Tire  Stores in Western Canada. Buy your snow tires  from OK to take advantage of low prices due to  volume buying.  ��?*  Please not* that the above plan it available to approved customer*  only, and that OK TIRE reserves the right to accept or re|ect on the  basis off past and present credit Information.  TIRE STORE  .���.���-���_���������,  ���:���.���:���:���:���-���-���.*.���.���.���.���.���.���-���.���.���.���.  ���������.��.���������.  ��� ��� ���^.. .^��... ��� .^...*  m&&f&&^^  At the corner of Wharf and Dolphin Streets,  downtown Sechelt,  where the coffee pot is always on.  M,��SA33 ��� i^^ii ip^^ryi n  ���mii-^l>rnig.wii  i������iHffjpnj  Coast News, October 19,1976  by Jim Holt  Well Folks, here it is another  week gone by and we are still  alive and kicking. I haven't  very much in the way of news for  you at this time. We had another  wonderful turnout at our Carpet  Bowling last Thursday, it makes  a person feel real good to see so  many of our 'Senior Citizens'  having a good time. Two or three  new faces to be seen and a very  hearty welcome to you all.  During the 'Tea break' a number  of items were discussed about  coming events and we are really  making progress.  The ladies are putting on a  Dinner for the Gibsons lions  Club members on Oct. 26th.. The  Tea and Bake Sale are on Oct.  29th at 2:00 pm. so ladies do your  best and bring along not only  your baking for the sale, but also  some refreshments for the 'Tea'.  Eva Oliver and Flo Chaster are  joint convenors for the tea and  bazaar, if you want any further  information about this event you  can phone Eva at 886-2351 or  Flo at 886-9566.  Irene Bushfield, our worthy  Treasurer, is looking for and  asking for donations to her  "Lucky 7" Raffle. John HoDoway  is in charge of the plant department and asks that any potted  plants or flowers you may have  would be happily accepted by  him.    Vi Lynds is  the White Elephant table and  would appreciate anything you  wish to contribute to this event.  Gwen Crosby is in charge of the  Handcraft section of the Bazaar  . and would be pleased to receive  any gifts you have to give. She  may be reached at 886-2328.  I heard that Helens Dress Shop  in the Village are giving 10% off  to Pensioners so how about  dropping in to Helens Shop. I  am sure they will be glad to see  you and give you a good deal.  Well Folks, we took delivery  of our new 'Tea Wagon' as I told  you in my last weeks column, it  was made and donated by our  Recording Secretary Mrs. Helen  Raby and it is truly a masterpiece.  Well done Helen, with women  like you around who needs men?  On behalf of the Members may I  say a profound Thank You from  all of us.  Don't forget the dates of the  following events: Tea and Bazaar  Friday Oct. 29th at 2:00 pm. and  Garage Sale Sat. Nov. 13th 11:00  am. Card tables are needed for  both events.  Christmas Dinner wiU be announced at the next General  Meeting Nov. 1st., a Monday at  2:00 pm. Election of Officers-  Monday Nov. 1st.  Well this is all for this time and  as they say in Scotland  "Lang  in charge of     may your lum'reek".  Film society  The Kwahtahmoss Film  Society's Oct. 20th showing is  "King of Marvin Gardens",  (1972), a much underrated film  which unfortunately slipped away  quietly after its initial release.  Direction and script is by Bob  Rafelson with the help of Jacob  Brackman, a team who were  responsible for the highly acclaimed "Five Easy Pieces".  These men are working to help  the growth of the 'personal' film  in the U.S. where such a brand  of film, unlike in Europe, has  little tradition.  The leading performers are  the very competent Jack Nicholson, Bruce Dern and Ellen  Burstyn. Concentration is on  Nicholson and Dern as brothers  who collaborate on a wild scheme  to develop a paradisical resort  centre on an island off Hawaii.  These get-rich-quick fantasies  don't always come true and in  this case the American dream  of success is an addiction which  causes people to do desperate  by Keith Wallace  with  things   and   get   involved  questionable personalities.  Ironically, the setting is at an  aging seaside resort during the  off season in Atlantic Gty, and  the film proceeds not unlike the  well-known game of Monopoly.  Christmas notepaper and Lap  Packs are In limited quantity  this year, so please make your  selection early. M-a Bee's,  Sechelt.  WANTED  Used Furniture  or What Have You  AL'S  USED FURNITURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons 886-2812  COZY CORNER CAMERAS  I  CAMERA  AND  DARKRM.  SUPPLIES  886-7822  * Custom Silk Screening  Beside the Bus Stop in Lower Gibsons  Printed Pattern  Quickie Partners  Search no more ��� you've  found the quickie tops you  want to team with pants,  shorts, skirts! Save dollars ���  whip them up in cotton blends.  Printed Pattern 4710: Women's Sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42,  44, 46, 48. Half Sizes WA,  12/2, WA, W/z, W/z.  $1.00 for each pattern-cash,  cheque or money order. Add  15(2 for each pattern for first-  class mail and handling. (Ont.  residents add If sales tax).  Print plainly Size, Style Number, your Name, Address. Send  to: Anne Adams, Pattern Dept.,  (Name, Address of Paper'.  GET A $1.00 pattern free -  choose it from NEW SPRING-  SUMMER CATALOG! Packed with  hundreds of great sun, sport,  city, travel styles. Send 75(?  for Catalog Now!  Sew + Knit Book $1.25  Instant Money Crafts $1.00  Instant Sewing Book $1.00  Instant Fashion Book $1.00  4710  34-48  1056-18/2  SEWEASY  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-2725  (i  Last April a contest got underway at the store of Ken DeVries and Son Ltd., local distributors of Armstrong Floor Coverings. Ken DeVries announced himself happy with the  participation and is shown here with the four winners: Mrs. MacKay, Mrs. Schneider,  Mrs. Allen, and Mrs. Hostland.  ' FREE  ANTENNA  with    Automatic    Noise    Blanker, r^i^ ��� ���������^���^ft  Positive or Negative ground, by the Antenna Specialists includes  Seperate volume and squelch. mounting brackets.  WL    J   &  C SBSE?-"'    885-2568  \^ in the heart of Sechelt  CO-OP  Co-op Fancy  CUT GREEN BEANS *_ 29��  Co-op Fancy  CUT WAX BEANS  14 oz.  29  Dad's Variety Pack  COOKIES  24oz.  1.59  Co-op Fancy  PINEAPPLE JUICE  48 oz.  49  Co-op  CREAMED HONEY  4 lb.  3.29  Medium  COCONUT  7oz.  39  Regular.  GROUND BEEF   79clt>  BOLOGNA  BytheP.ece     69MI),  Hickory House '  SIDE BACON  1Lb.  1.89  i-U'Him  Valencia        138's  Light  WALNUT PIECES  16 oz.  99  Bakers  CHOCOLATE CHIPS ��._ 99  Black Diamond   Extra Old  CHEESE  12oz.  1.49  Co-op Fancy  TOMATO SAUCE  14 oz.  2/69  C  Rover  DOG FOOD  25 V- oz.  3/99  Libby's  BEANS with PORK  14 oz.  39  ORANGES 5lbs./$1.00  CELERY  HEARTS  LEEKS 29clb.  49c ea.  Kleenex   2 Roi I  PAPER TOWELS  99  Arctic Power  DETERGENT  80 oz.  2.29  Pal mo live Liquid  DETERGENT  $  32 oz.  1.19  PEAS and CARROTS  2 lb. 83c  KELLOGS  DELUX  1 lb. '2.59  Prices effective Thursday, Friday and Saturday.  Oct. 21,22,.23.  We reserve the right to limit  quantities.  YOU  Phone 886-2522  VICE CENTR  GIBSONS, B.C  t,  V  ���'.���r' Coast News, October 19,1976.  Protesting  in style  Ah yes, there's definitely  something to be said for days  of protest when they lead a  fellow into scenes like this  one. October 14th saw this  avid angler casting into a pool  on Chapman Creek in the full  glory of our October sun.  The fishing action wasn't  too lively with onh/ two small  trout to show for the day in  the sun but when you get a  chance to go fishing on a  day like last Thursday in a  place like this it helps to  soothe the pam. Hie angler  is Zeke Segrist and the picture  was taken by Ian Conance of  Cosy Corners Cameras.  Volleyball  tournament  Six teams participated in a  Junior Girls Volleyball Tournament at Elphinstone Secondary  School last weekend. Teams from  West Vancouver Secondary  School, Dellbrook Secondary from  North Vancouver, Pemberton  Secondary School, and Vancouver  schools Argyle Secondary and  Hillside Secondary joined Elphinstone Cougars in the six-team  tournament.  Elphinstone Cougars battled  through to the final, before losing  in the final match by scores of  15-9 and 15-6 to the West Vancouver girls. It marked the  second year in a row that West  Vancouver had taken the local  tournament.  Two local girls, Debbie Macdonald and Maureen Forsythe,  placed on the tournament all-  star team.  On the rocks  by Pat Edwards  SPECIALS  6 Face Cloths 89*  Dust Pan & Dish Cloth $1.99  Scatter Rugs $1.49  Shower curtains $4.80  DISCOUNT   ON ALL  PLUMBING SUPPLIES  Some of the fruits of fall came through the Coast News pile of Kay Waterhouse of Reed Road, Gibsons. This giant  office this week. Among them was this volunteer vegatable weighed 47 pounds and was 26 inches long and 10 inches  marrow which came up of its own accord in the compost ^Vv..th^^gn~.^'J_vldlev ���.--'.----'-,'  ������.��'" ������=  Pins go flying as bowlers perform  Paddy Richardson was the top  bowler last week. In the Gibsons  'A* League Paddy rolled 2 strikes,  a spare, 6 strikes and had bad  luck  hitting aces in die tenth  frame for a 355 total. With a little  luck and two strikes in the tenth  frame she would have had a 400  game. Next time Paddyl  In the Gassic League Larry  Braun rolled a 341 single, Gar-  nett Edmonds rolled a 326 single  and Dianne Fitchell a 309 Single.  Terry Maxfield bowled a 317  single in the Phuntastique League  to finish off the week. In the  same League Darlene Macfield  had high 3 for the Ladies with a  734 total and Freeman Reynolds  rolled the High Three for the men  with a 774 total in the Legion  League. Freeman also rolled a  4 game total of 1022 in the Classic League with Garnett Edmonds  close behind with a 1016 - 4 game  total.' Good games bowled in  all Leagues.  Classic: Dianne Fitchell 309-  961, Larry Braun 341-919, Garnett Edmonds 326-1016, Freeman  Reynolds 298-1022. Tues. Coffee:  Marney Qually 261-667, Helen;  Weinhandl 286-689. Gibsons'A': :  Mary Braun 229-644,Darlene  Maxfield 258-652, Paddy Richardson 355-714, Romy Talento 287-  686. Wed. Coffee: Linda Leslie  233-625, Darlene Maxfield 233-  656. Ball & Chain: Tina Hunter  240-640, Bonnie McConnell 234-  640,   Dianne   Fitchell   241-685,  Pete Rigby 255-670, Ken Skytte  248-704, Al Lovrich 280-731,  Freeman Reynolds 284-771.  Phuntastique: Edna Befleriye  250-613, Orbita delos Santos 232-  630, Darlene Maxfield 296-734,  Hugh Inglis 234-643, Ralph Roth  251-657. Legion: Dianne Fitchell  286-659, Vivian Peterson 264-694,  Carole Skytte 274-694, Ken Skytte  270-688, Freeman Reynolds 254-  774. Swingers: Belle Wilson 201-  521, Alice Smith 223-562, Fred  Mason 175-474, Art Smith 170-  490. Y.B.C. Jets: Janine Ped-  neault 104-164 (2), Lorena  Comeau 111-192 (2). Bantams:  Arlene   Mulcaster   148-292  (2),  Cheri Adams 151-299, Michele  Whiting 194-316, Andy Sofinsky  133-250. Juniors: Dawne Atlee  180-470 (3), Kirsten Storvold 172-  483, Geoff Butcher 266-658.  After a slow start on the soft  ice, public skating got away  successfully over the long weekend. The ice was packed with  skaters and it is estimated that  over 700 kids made use of the  Winter Club during the four days  of skating.  The Sunshine Coast Curling  Club at Sechelt sponsored an  open bonspiel during Thanksgiving week-end. Two rinks from  the Gibsons Winter dub were  entered and one, slopped by Mike  Clement, came away with top  prize in the B event. It was a  fun spiel, even though most of  us limped around on sore muscles  for a few days.  The senior curlers have set  their times for Fridays at 1:30 pm.  in Gibsons and Tuesdays at 1:30  pm. in Sechelt. Anyone who is  55 years of age or older is eligible,  and beginners are very welcome.  If you would like to curl in Gibsons, call Bernie Parker at 886-  9664. Sechelt curlers should call  Bob Foxall at 885-2650.  Entry forms for league curling  are still available at the banks,  at Elphinstone Secondary School  or at the rink, and you should get  your name on Drawmaster Art  Craze's lists as soon as possible.  - There are still lockers available at $10.00 per season, but  they won't last long once the  season begins on October 25th.  The rink will be open for be  ginners on Oct. 22, 23, and 24 so  be sure to come out and take  advantage of the opporturnity to  learn the fundamentals of the  game from some of our experienced curlers. And don't forget, the  rink is available'to all curlers on  the 24th from 12 to 2 and 4 to 6  p.m. for those of you who want to  work out a few kinks before the  season opener.  The latest winner of the  Gibsons Winter Club draw is  Dennis Hollis of Sechelt. Congratulations Dennis!  Some ladies have indicated that  they would like to curl during  the day. If you are interested,  call Mary Ellen Turner at 886-  2184.  introducing our  DISCOUNT CENTRE-  SHOWROOM, and  PLUMBING BOUTIQUE  a complete facility now open  with displays, catalogues and  ideas - to help you with all your  plumbing needs, whether you are  building, renovating, or just  ready for a change.  DON'T JUST PLUMB IT- DECORATE!  OPEN:  9:00 am to 5:00pm  Monday through Saturday  SEASIDE PLUMBING  North Road, Gibsons  886-7017  HIS HOLINESS  MAHARISHI MAHESH YOGI  TRANSCENDENTAL  MEDITATION��  presents a seminar on  'The Transcendental Med tat ion Program  and Health'  Friday, October 22,7:30 pm at  Sechelt Elementary School  MAIN ENTRANCE  Speakers: Dr. D. Gerring and Daryl Henn.  irnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnngooDDDDQQrjtaBoa  DON'T  JUST  COVER  UP!  CALL THE EXPERTS  KEN DeVRIES AND SON LTD.  ���Armstrong  ���Canadian Celanese 886-7112  ���Crossley-Karastan  ���Harding  ���Hollytex -  Resilient Flooring  Armstrong Lino & V.A.'Tile  ���G.A.F. Luran  ���  ���Cushion Floor  In the SecheltArqa call on our Representative  if CLARK MILLER -885-2923  iiWM---w--Hp,nnnnnnnnnnt^innnn| t|| >( |L)uug  PHOTOGRAPHERS  'Special'  (PRE-CHRISTMASOFFER)  A group photograph of family; children;  parents or grandparents makes an excellent Christmas gift. By appointment days,  evenings or Sundays. In your home if  desired.  you save a lot more than you think.  Last year, we asked B.C. home-owners to ensure that their  homes had proper insulation to meet present day needs. Thousands  listened, and insulation was up-graded in ten thousand more homes  than the previous year. The energy saved was enough to heat a  thousand additional B.C. homes.  Is the insulation in your home doing an efficient job?  And measuring up to present day standards?  It's easy to find out. Just contact your insulation dealer.  He has helpful suggestions on how much insulation you'll need,  which type is most suitable, and what costs you can expect.  886-7374  i  I  I  I  M  P  i  If  It  m  Working with you to use energy wisely.  B.C. HYDRO  ��  K::-:*��:v:xfrfts^ Cbast News, October 19, 1976.  A seminar to bring to public attention the health aspects of  Transcedental Meditation will be  held on Friday, October 22nd,  at 7:30 p.m. in the Sechelt Elementary School. The seminar  will be jointly chaired by Darrll  Henn, transCedental meditation  teacher of Gibsons, and by Dr.  Gerring of the Sechelt Medical  Clinic.  Dr. Gerring will discuss the  implications for health of anxiety  and stress levels on the human  body and the subsequent effects  on social behaviour. Henn said,  "We hope to bring to public attention and to emphasize the in-  terrelatedness ofthe body and the  mind and to point out that a real  co-ordination is of inordinate  benefit in our social behaviour."  Henn stressed that the body is  naturally equipped with adapta-  tive energy. This energy is  physiological, not psychological.  "It is an involuntary system", he  said. "When the body achieves  maximum rest it regenerates thus  allowing the mind to respond in  a more creative fashion to the  problems which confront it."  Initially only one seminar is  planned but others may follow  depending on the success of  the first.  by John Faustmann -  If there is ever another Federal  election, Richard von Fuchs  wants to be the NDP Member of  Parliament for the new Comox-  Powell River riding. He has been  visiting members of the NDP all  over the coast, from as far south  as Gibsons to such places as Alert  Bay and Sointula in the north, and  he has been writing a book,  called Soapy Cleans Up!  It is a funny little book, with  cartoons drawn by Peter Lynde,  and the front cover looks like a  small box of detergent. There is a  warning on the cover which  reads: "This product may be  hazardous to your preconceptions". Now I usually wash  my preconceptions in cold water  and let them- soak over night, to  get out all those stubborn stains,  but if you're one of those people  that like to keep your preconceptions shined up with a bit of  truth from time to time, I'd recommend this little book.  It also says on the cover that it  is "A case study of the functioning   of   capitalism   in   the  Gibsons RCMP head  For all your Carpets  T.Sinclair  885-9327  The head of the Gibsons Detachment of the R.C.M.P. is  Sergeant Ron Nicholas. Sergeant  Nicholas is a veteran of eighteen  and a half years' serive in the police force. He took his basic  training in Rockcliffe, Ontario,  now a suburb of Ottawa.  Sergeant Nicholas was stationed successively in Sudbury  and Ottawa before getting his  first posting in British Comumbia  with a move to Abbotsford. After  his move west, Sergeant Nicholas  served in Campbell River,  Nanaimo and North Vancouver  before moving to Gibsons in July -  of this year.  Sergeant Nicholas was bom in  Winifred, Alberta, thirty miles  outside Medicine Hat. His wife,  Mary, is from Ottawa. The  couple have seven children.  On the question of police work,  the head of the Gibsons detachment stressed that he was against  "gung-Ho enforcement" as a  sole instrument in the fight  against crime. "We have to pay  move attention to crime prevention", said Sergeant Nicholas.  "We seek more community involvement in crime prevention",  said the Sergeant. "The responsibility for crime prevention rests  with the entire community.  is a joint responsibility between  the police and the community.''  In the area of youth activity,  Sergeant Nicholas stressed that  the police had a responsibility to  get involved, as does the rest of  the community. Sergeant Nicholas stressed that the problem of  vandalism, while undoubtedly  vexatious, was no more of a  problem here than it had been in  the other places he had been  stationed.  The sergeant said that while  the local detachment were going  to be stressing crime prevention,  law-enforcement was [nonetheless  their responsibility and he feels  that there will no doubt be some  areas of law enforcement which  will have to be beefed up to some  extent.  MADRIGAL  BOUTIQUE  Soon  to arrive:  ��� 100% wool  sweaters,   scarves,  caps and socks from  Bolivia, Afghanistan  and Mexico.  THEY MAKE  BEAUTIFUL GIFTS  Come in and browse,  we 're on  Cowrie Street  Sechelt  i TED HUME  SERVICES  AUTHORIZED  ��ssa  I    Home  | Equipment  Dealer  FURNACES  ��� HOT WATER HEATERS  i  i  i  i  g  s  i  i  i  i  i  J    HEATING SYSTEMS  i  i  HUMIDIFIERS  CUSTOMIZED  WARM AIR  CALL  j 886-2951  8  I  (  Businesses are my business. But people  are my concern.  Let me help with your Group Pensions,  Retirement Plans, Deferred Profit Sharing  Plans,   and  employee  benefits.  Bryan E. Burkinshaw  Crown Life Insurance Co.  Telephone 385-9756  500 International House  880 Douglas St.  Victoria, B.C.  Serving   the    Sunshine Coast since 1964  Church Services  ANGLICAN  Rev. David H. P. Brown  St. Bartholomew1*  Morning Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  2nd and 4th Sundays  8:00a.m. Ilolv Communion  SI. Aldan's  Worship Service 9:30 a.m.  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Member P.A.O.C.  Phone 886-7107  Highway and Martin Rd.  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Morning Worship 11 a.m.  F.vcning Service 7 p.m.  Wed. Bible Study 7:30p.m.  PastorG. W.Foster  BAPTIST CHURCH  Pastor F. Napora   '  Office  886-2611.   Res.  885-9905  CALVARY - Park Rd.. Gibsons  SUNDAYS  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening   Fellowship   7:00   p.m.  1st. 3rd and 5th Sunday  Thursday  ���  Prayer  and   Bible  "Sludv 7:00p.m.  SEVENTH-DAY ADVENUST  CHURCH  Sabbath School Sat. 3:00 pm  Hour of Worship Sat., 4 p.m.  St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay  Pastor C.Dreiberg  Everyone Welcome  For information phone 885-9750  883-2736  UNITED CHURCH  Rev. Annette M. Reinhardt  9:30a.m.-St. John's  Davis Bay  11:15a.m. -Gibsons  886-2333 ~  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Services and Sunday School are  held each Sunday at 11:15 a.m. in  St. John's United Church. Davis  Bay.  Wed. Eve. Testimony 7:30 p.m.  All Welcome  Phone 885-3157 or 886-7882  ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES  ftcv. T. Nicholson. Pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  8 pm  Saturday  and   12  noon  Sunday   at   our    St.    Mary's  Church in Gibsons.  8   pm   Saturday   in   Madeira  Park.  Commencing Oct. 3 at the Sechelt  residential Church, Holy Family  10    a.m.,     Lady    of    Lourdes  8:30 a.m.  Phone 885-9526  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2660  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:00 a.m.  Revival 7:00 p.m.  Bible Study Tues. 7:30p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dykes  Canadian hinterland", but don't  let that put you off. Each of us  has to be slightly political at some  time or another. I mean the  government always seems to have  its hand out, whether it's collecting ferry tolls or building  a new Manpower, centre. It  actually costs a dollar to send a  change of address card to a postmaster now, and stamps have  gone up to a dime. We are consumers of government as well as  soap flakes, and we might as  well be informed about what  we're buying.  At any rate the book is about  Elmo Boomer, and he lives in-  Boondock, B. C. Everyone in  the town has lots of dirty dishes,  but curiously enough, no one  washes their own dishes. They  have a funny system in which  they hire people to wash their  dishes for them. In this way,  everyone works for everyone else,  and the dishes end up clean.  Sounds like communism already,  doesn't it?  Elmo, however, has an idea.  When his uncle Samuel (heh heh)  comes up to visit from Freewheeling Virginia, Elmo implores  him to send him a dishwasher in  the mail, so he can start up a  business. Fifteen pages later the  harbour in Boondock is so polluted you can't catch salmon in  it, everyone is out of work, the  place is a noisy, littered tourist  town, and Uncle Samuel's Laundry (they bought cut Elmo when  he got too big) is aU boarded up.  The book ends with the question:  "What will you do to keep your  part of Canada from becoming a  bankrupt Boondock?''  Just because the five major banks  (under the anti-inflation controls)  have realized profits of S186  million, up 46% from last year, is  no reason for lalarm. Why, W.  Earle McLaughlin, Chairman of  the Royal Bank, described his  year as "phenomenal".  Would you describe what happened to your money this year as  "phenomenal"? Maybe you've  been taken to the cleaners. I'd  recommend New Soapy Cham  Up!.  CABLE  TELEVISIOI  GIBSONS and AR  YOU BETS  A?  INVITATION TO  TENDER  Janitorial Services for RC. Legion,  Branch 109, Gibsons, building.  For   full   information   contact   the  Club Manager, at  886-9931  Tenders must be in by October 31  CHANNELS - 2, 4, 5, 6,  7,  8,  9,12 and 21 (13)  NOW THAT'S  ENTERTAINMENT!  COAST CABLE VISION  '885-3224  The AIB can't work,  but we did.  The teachers of School District #46oppose the present anti-inflation programme because it can't work.  Why can't the A.I.B. work?  We are concerned about the effects of double digit inflation. We recognize the need for restraint.  But a system that takes all decision making power away from local groups and replaces it with an inefficient,  bureaucratic structure in Ottawa, can't work.  The many diverse working and earning problems of people cannot be solved with one simple set of guidelines.  A remedy that eliminates aU effective participation of those who must live with its rulings is impersonal and  can't work. ���"      ���  A governmental process that is i neon si stent and makes a mockery of equity and justice can't work.  We cannot accept action that changes at random the balance of incomes across the land.  What do we suggest?  Since the AIB can't control inflation - what will?  Though not perfect, we had a bargaining system that worked and brought stability to B. C. schools for almost  forty years.  Sechelt teachers and Board members met in September 1975 and began to negotiate a contract for 1976.  After a considerable.amount of time and effort was expended, an agreement was reached to give the teachers  a 12% increase - the Al B at that time was approving i ncreases up to 14%.  Our agreement demonstrated restraint.  Now the Provincial Government changes the law retroactively.  What was legally binding is no longer binding.  Law deserves respect.  It will not have that respect if legal action in November is made illegal retroactively.  There can be no law and  order if the principle of retroactive legislation prevails.  Until the Provincial Government placed us under the Federal wage control programme we had a system that  yielded fair, but not inflationary wage settlements.  What will work for us?  The system we had.  Why did we work on October 14th?  It was not because we did not share with CLC members a desire to oppose federal wage controls. We were in  complete sympathy with their objective. But if we had struck, we would have been taking services from innocent  children and enriching government coffers. Instead of needlessly giving up salary in a demonstration, we believed that we should work on October 14, collect our salary and use some of it to express our opposition in this  newspaper.  Sponsored by  SECHELT TEACHERS Coast News, October 19,1976.  Free Classifieds apply to all  Non-Commercial Advertising  Deadline: Friday noon  Maximum Length 1 inch  Commercial Classified Advertising  20$ per Agate Line  Coast News, October 12,1976.  Events  Ladies Auxiliaiy to Legion Br. 109  Xmas Bazaar will be held Sat.  Oct. 30th from 1:30 - 4:00 pm.  Gifts, tea, fish-pond, bingo, and  Bake table.  Halloween Dinner Dance at  Gibsons Legion Hall, Friday Oct.  29th. Smorgasbord 7:30 - 9:00  Refreshments. Dancing 9:00  to 1:00 am. Tickets $7.00 each.  Available at N.D.P. Bookstore or  phone 886-7829 or 886-7160.  Music by 'Spice' with Mike Dunn  and Ken Dalgleish, sponsored by  Sunshine Coast NDP Club.  SILENT AUCTION  Wed. Oct. 20th at 1:30 pm. at  Public Health Building, Gibsons  Sponsored by Port Mellon Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital.  Admission: 1 white elephant type  article. See you there.  Gibsons Legion Bingo every  Monday night 8:00 at the Gibsons  Legion Hall.  *  Friday Oct.   29th  2-4 pm.  St.  Aidans fall tea & bazaar. At die  Roberts Creek Community HaD  admission 75*.  Sunshine Coast Youth Think Tank  Are you interested? 886-9443  We believe in independent investigation of truth. Come to a  Baha'i Fireside, Friday evenings  at 8:00 pm. and present your  ideas on this and other subjects.  1770 Bals Lane, comer cf Seaview  Road. Just 5 min. up from  Gibsons village centre. All ages,  races, creeds welcome. 886-9443  Announcements  Would you like an alternative to  drinking on Friday Night? Come  and hear about the Universal  House of Justice. Baha'i Fireside  Friday evening at 8:00 pm..  1770 Bal's Lane - 886-9443.  All Welcome  Navy League of Canada, Sunshine Coast Branch win be  sponsoring a Tag Day and membership drive Sat. Oct. 23 from'!  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour.  If you are, concerned about someone with a drinking problem call  Al-Anon 886-9193 or 8854638.  Meeting St. Adians, Tues. 8pm.  Wanted: Girls aged 10 to 14 to  enlarge the Wilson Creek Guides  pack, held each Wed. at 7:00pm.  in the Wilson Creek Community  Hall. Fun and-interesting activities for all.  Mother* andkadem  There will be a social gathering  on Thurs. Oct. 21st, 7:30 pm. at  Erna Cole's home, Selma Park.  This is for all mothers of Wilson  Creek and Sechelt Guides and  Brownies to enable them to get to  know the leaders.  Support Peninsula Recycling with  your glass (cleaned), tin (cleaned  with ends & labds removed),  (crushed if possible) and paper  (bundled if possible). Depots at  Sunnycrest Plaza, Lower Gibsons,  Sechelt on Porpoise Bay Rd.  Roberts Creek by P.O., Madeira  Park. Garden Bay and Egmont.  885-3811 for more information.  Mr. & Mrs. Vernon R. Hodson of  Gibsons are proud to announce  the engagement of their only  daughter, Lynda Irene to Stephen  J. C. Fromager, son of Mr. &  Mrs. Peter R. Fromager of  Roberts Creek.  A.A. meetings Mondays 8:30pm.  and 12 step meetings Saturdays  8:30 pm. Gibsons Athletic Hall.  886-2571 or 886-9193.   For explosive requirements,  dynamite, electric or regular  caps, B line E cord and safety  fuse contact R. Nimmo Cemetary Rd. Gibsons. Phone 886-  7778. Howe Sound Fanners  Institute.    Wishing a speedy recovery to  Diana ZoSrnes, from your many  friends.        ���   Annie   is   going  to  become   a  Grandmother!  iiiiiiiiii  On Friday October 8th, on Port  Mellon Hwy., an unknown Good  Samaritan was a great help to  Peninsula Recycling. Please  accept our thanks.  Alcoholics Anonymous - B.C  meetings 8:30 pm. every Thursday, Wilson Creek Community  Hall, Davis Bay. 885-9638 or  '   885-2896  Advertising  helps  you compare.  Births  McDonald - Trevor & Jacqui nee  Milner.are happy to announce the  birth of a daughter Rhiannon  Carp, 7 lbs. 7 oz. on Oct. 9th  at Royal Columbian Hospital in  ���New Westminster.  emimtmm  Lee: In loving memory of a dear  husband and father James Edgar,  who passed away Oct. 18, 1975.  Oh, for the touch of a. vanished  hand and the sound of a voice that  is still..  Hilda Lee and family.  *i*��SBf**mi9  ortumties  DEALERS OR AGENTS  WANTED  Minimum    investment        Al-  terrain vehicle (motorcycle-type  with  two-wheel drive)     Easily  traverses   snow,   muskeg,   and  mud. Ideal for hunting or fishing  enthusiasts to sell from home or  shop. Fully auto., easy to sell.to  ranchers, surveyers, lodges, fire-  fighting,   search   and   rescue,  exploring,   etc.   etc.      No  experience necessary. Contact P.O.  Box 5927,  Station A. Calgary,  Alberta. 11/2/76  Help Wanted  Reliable man to watch camp,  Doriston area. For full info,  call 886-9872.  Live in housekeeper, must be  able to drive, preferably middle  aged. Phone 886-2422 eves.  OPPORTUNITIES FOR  STUDENTS  Friday night, Saturday and  Christinas holidays in teen Shop  soon to open in Gibsons, Apply  Box 163, Lions Bay, B.C.  HELP WANTED: Mature responsible person for small progressive office. Must have exp.  Sec.' skills & show initiative.  Legal exp. an asset. Write giving  full particulars'; to Box 649/ '  Gibsons  Want reliable loving care in your  home 1 or 2 weekends per man.  for retarted boy 7 yrs., old. Pref.  fenced yard. For interview phone   886-2512  Welcome Wagon hostess required. Must like people, be  community minded and have own  transp. 885-9504  Work Wanted  SUNCO PRINTING  Located   in   the   Coast   News  building.  For   all   your   printing   needs.  Letterheads* Envelopes O  Business Cards���   Catalogues*  Labels*  Wedding Invitations*  ��� Rubber Stamps*  886-7614 Bus. ���        Res. 885-9737  Work Wvnte  HIGH FUEL COSTS  Peerless Tree Services Ltd. will  turn your problem trees into firewood. $18.00 per cord. We do  danger tree falling, topping and  limbing roo. Expert insured work  'Know the cost before you start'  Call us at 885-2109. Free estimates. JohnRisbey.  Will pick your fruit trees for  percentage of crop. 885-2710.  John Low (Snr) offers lessons in  recorder (flute) to . individuals  or small groups - beginners  welcome - day or evening. Phone  for appointment. 886-2167.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  oil stoves  and heaters cleaned  and repaired  Phone Ron Crook, 885-3401  after 5 pm.  Your PICTURES FRAMED and  mounted from Artistic Woodwork  stock. Matboards. Non-glare and  regular glass. Needlepoint a  speciality. 1450 Sechelt Inlet Rd.  Porpoise Bay; Sechelt. Phone  .885-9573.    Backhoe available for drainage,  ditches, -waterlines etc. Phone  885-2921 Roberts Creek.  J&H  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Vacuum Equipped dean   886-7785  Dump truck and backhoe available. Ph. Phil Nicholson 885-2110  or 885-2515.   2   qualified   Carpenters   available to build, cabinets, additions,  etc. or to do renovations.   Ph.  .885-3802 after 5 pm.  Married Woman with 1 small son  would like to babysit 1 or 2 other  pre-schoolers at her home during  day only. 885-2950.   Carpenter with 20 yrs. experience  now available for small jobs in  Gibsons & Roberts Creek areas.  Phone Gord Lindsay 886-2332.  'Spice'   a   3  piece band  now  booking for Dec. & Jan. The best  in   dance   from   20's   to   70's.   Call 885-3739  , IIMIIIIIIIIimiiii iIMI,i|ii  WWfWWTfWWffi"1  For S#f #  For Sale  Truck camper with sink, stove,  bunk, jades. $850. or offer.  886-7753 after 5 pm.   , Like new 150 HP Merc, open to  offers. 885-3307.   Antique Khroeler arm chair &  sofa bed for the Handyman who  likes to renew old furniture.  885-2443.  ���'  Cornet snare drum, good con-  dition. $50.00.886-9849.  Size 14 Guide Uniform 886-2868.  For  Sale & Removal:  2 bdrm ,  Panabode.  Franklin Rd. Gibsons  756 sq. ft. automatic oil heat,  fireplace, elec. range & hot water  886-9628.  Vinyl cushion floor linoleum,  pebble pattern, 6 ft. x 52 ft.  $110.00 phone 885-9662.  Top Soil for sale, $50.00 for 12  yds. Load plus delivery. 885-9796.  11 foot camper fully equipped  excellent cond. 886-9648.  Deluxe Winterized Tendron  stroller like new 98.00. Beginners skates size 9 $5.00.  Phone 886-9683.   Two oil filters for Vega, Astre,  Chev. or Pontiac. 70-75 $2.00 ea.  1 valve pan gasket for Vega -  Astre 71 - 75. $100. 885-3334.  30" avacado Findley electric  range, good working order $150.  Inglis Automatic washer, works  well, $50.00. Gold upolstered  rocking chair, $25.00.886-2744  Enterprise Oil space heater, $35.  6-year baby crib, $5.00. Outside  porch light fixture, $7.50. phone  885-3347.   Medical invalid walker. $25.00,  Golf- caddy ��� cart $20.00, gas  mower, wheel type $35.00,  ask for Ed at 885-3566. ,  Enterprise space heater used one  season, 250 gal. tank with tubing.  2 lengths galvanized 7" pipe  with fuel favour, 2 elbows 23'  polyethalene Flex 2" pipe, 1  elbow & coupling. 885-9993.  Wurlitzer Electric Piano. Retail  $950., sale $700. 3 months old.  886-9498 or 886-2078.   One Town & Country tire on  Ford rim H 78 x 15 used one  winter $30.00 885-9883.  Lady Pat oil cook stove and water .  coil in use at present. 886-7660.  Airboat 17'. 125 HP arcraft  engine, 5' prop, shallow water  boat, $1400.: 2 motorcycles,  Enduros, 250 and 175 Yamahas,  Both for $875. Phone 885-2699.  Get your free copy of the new  Radio Shack catalogue at J&C  Electronics, Cowrie St., Sechelt.  Good mixed hay, minimum 20  bale lots. 886-2887.   Head "GK" Step-in Skis, Size 8  boots, poles, $95. 30"xl5' steel  culvert. Ideal well liner. 886-2543.  Kent Electric guitar with case and  one Gibson amp with reverb and  tremolo. 886-7837 after 6 pm.  Boy's small 10 speed. $66.00  886-2078. -=���  Ski boots;  skates, childrens <Sr  adults.  Gibson's United Church  Thrift Shop, Fridays 1 - 3 pfta.  39 inch wagon wheel, bunk beds  with posture boards, 24 in. girls  stnd. bike,  12 in. childs bike.  886-2783   2 horse trailer S15Q. 885-9357  1 set wagon wheel bunk beds,  good cond. asking $40.885-9243  Artificial fireplace cast $150. will  sell $40.    Standard lamp $5.00  885-3462   Mini bike and 2 H.P. Ironhorae  motor with kick start. 885-9341  ask for Jay.  14" Western saddle in very good  condition   $100.   Home   made  tandem   horse   trailer   $350.00  885-2098    Franklin Fireplace, including  chimney $170.00 886-9609  Need a job?  Let Coast News  FREE CLASSIFIEDS  Get the message across.  For Sola  Gibson Les Paul Deiux guitar  Fender Twin Reverb Amp.  both in excellent cond. $500. each  o.b.o. 886-9609   McClary Easy wringer type  washing mach. auto, pump and  timer. Al cond. $35.00 Chrome  bread box $8.00.886-7189  185' V*" polythene pipe 90 p.s.I.  $20.00. 20' IVi' polythene pipe  $5.00. 250 gal oiLtank with fit-  tings $90.00 885-3409 '  Studio delux 321 knitting mach.  with table accessories & attachments, all new, very little use,  cost $550. will sell $375.885-9677  Figure skate - Little girls size 10  fit 4 - 5 yr. old. $10.00 and tricycle $20.00. 886-7581.  For Sale: My services as a prof-  fessional Exterminator. Certified  7 yrs. exper. in the control of  fungus, insects, rodents and  odors. North Island Pest Control.  885-3606  Cash for jewelry, rings, "chains,  war relics, arms, medals, edged  weapons, etc. 885-2463.  For Sale: Antique pictures and  frames, inflatable boat, collapsible aluminum oars, rotary in-  flator. 885-2463   Dual 1215 in Good cond.  Incl. Dust bug, dust cover, cart:  and two spindles. Recently  serviced. Offers 886-9124 eves.  Wanted  MW-risMWMUuWMI  Small used fridge in good working  order. 886-7215 days or 885-9560  evenings  Electric range, reasonable price   885-3462   Single mother needs sm. washing  machine in* good cond. Pref.  Hoover portable, reasonable.   885-2487   Bathtub, 5' long pref.-white.  Childrens Boys skates size 8.   886-7701   Wanted:    ballet slippers for 4  year old, size 8-9. 885-9226 or   885-9747  Counter height fridge, used.  886-7215 or 885-9560.  Alternate School in Gibsons  needs over-stuffed chair, couch,  sm. fridge, hot plate, plants,  donations etc. 886-2843 eves.  GIBSONS LIONS  (RENO)  FUN NIGHT  Oct. 23rd at 7:30  Gibsons Legion #109  Tickets $3.00  Available from any Lion or at the door.  WSn a trip for 2 to Reno or $200.00.  Refreshments, Games of Chance, Black Jack,  Crown & Anchor, Mouse Game, etc.  Come and enjoy yourself!  Used Brownie uniform size 7or 8,  piano tuner for old upright piano,  ph. 886-7581.    Used large Hot water tank &  shower stall. 886-2821.   Small pieces of battleship linoleum, ph. 885-9662.  JOHN'S  LANDSCAPING  ��� instant  lawns  or seeded  lawn and garden.  ��� Maintenance  ��� Complete    concrete   and  stonework.  ��� Tree pruning  ��� Sreened topsoil  ��� Bark mulch and shrubbery  ��� Complete line of fencing  886-7152  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  LORRIEGIRARD  886-7760  KEN CROSBY  886-2098  JONMcRAE  885-3670  SUB-DIVISION  CONSULTATION  REAL ESTATE  SEAVIEW ROAD: Lovely custom built  2% year old full basement home on fully  fenced landscaped, view lot. Large  kitchen with nook plus dining area,  with sliding glass doors to sundeck.  . Heatalator Fire-place, wall to wall carpet.  2 large bedrooms plus sewing room on  main floor. Finished bedroom In basement plus 2 roc. rooms and workshop.  Vi bath down. Separate garage.  F.P.JS6.000.  THOMPSON ROAD: Langdale; 3 bedroom deluxe home on extra large 80 x 150  lot. This 3 year old home has 2 baths an  . ensuite. All large room sizes. The full  basement has a roughed in fireplace in  unfinished rec. room. Sundeck and  double carport. Extremely well designed  with 5 feature Bay windows, plush  . carpeting and many exclusive features.  Magnificent view of Howe Sound.  F.P. $88,000.  SARQENT ROAD: Large family home in  good area with panoramic view. 3  bedrooms, fireplaces up and down, with  2vi baths. Full basement finished rec.  room, laundry and workshop. Sundeck,  carport & paved driveway. This lovely  home must be seen. F.P. 168,000.  NORTH FLETCHER: Priced for quick  sale: This lovely 3Vi year old home with  spectacular view Is situated on a large  landscaped lot. 3 Bedrooms upstairs,  with a full mostly finished basement.  Features an enormous 48x15' sundeck.  Approx. 1260sq.ft.eachfloor.  F.P.J56.000.  SOUTH FLETCHER: 1200 sq. ft. 3 bedroom home In good area. Fireplace and  many features including a< large and  beautifully appointed kitchen. All this on  a full but unfinished basement. Property  has a lovely view of the Bay over private  landscaped gardens. F.P. $54,000.  MARTIN ROAD: 2 bedroom home on  view lot. Full but unfinished basement.  A perfect handymans special In a very  good area. F.P. (38,000.  LANGDALE: Spanish style home with  over 3000 sq. ft. finished. Spectacular  view of Howe Sound and Ferries from this  194 x 78 lot, with extras you have to see to  believe. Could easily be converted to an  Up and Down duplex. All walls and all  floors are insulated, Floor to ceiling fireplaces up and down. Separate garage-  workshop. This has every feature that a  dream home should have. F.P. $110,000.  CENTRAL AVENUE: Remodeled, older  home in Granthams Landing. This Is a  3 bedroom home on a full basement. The  large sundeck overlooks all of Howe  Sound. Concrete driveway and carport,  stove, washer & dryer also Included.  F.P.S34.000.  SEAVIEW ROAD: Well-built 2 bdrm.  home with full unfinished bssemsnt.  Beautifully appointed large living room &  kitchen. Magnificent panoramic view  from the covered sundeck, lovely landscaped lot. F.P. $47,500.  BEACH AVE.: Quiet privacy at the  corner of Glen Road. Perfect retirement  or starter home. Breath-taking view of  Keats Isl. and the Bay area. Sundeck  with wrought Iron railing. This immaculate 2 bedroom home ha* a separate  workshop, carport and Is beautifully  landscaped. Makeanoffcrl F.P. $39,500.  SCHOOL & WYNGART ROADS: Only 6  of these Duplex zoned'lots left. Beautiful view properties overlooking the Bay,  close to schools and shopping. All lots  perfectly suited to slde-by-dde or up-  down duplex construction. SPECIALLY  PRICED NOWI Only 1 will be sold at  $14,500. and only 1 at $15,500. Act now I  HILLCREST ROAD: At the corner of  Crucil Road. Two bedrooms upstairs,  plenty of room for expansion In the full  basement. Spend your leisure hours en-  ' Joying the spectacular view from the  living room and huge sundeck. Be the  first owners, this home is brand new.  F.P. $62,500.  CRUCIL ROAD: Nlceiysecluded home at  the top of Crucil Road. 3 bedrooms with  a finished rec. room In the full basement.  Wall to wall carpet throughout. Includes  4 pee. bath plus ensuite plumbing. The  38 foot sundeck over the carport Is  carpeted with artificial turf. A beautiful  view overlooking the Bay and out to  Georgia Strait. NOWONLYF.P. $48,900.  FRANKLIN ROAD: Floor to celling fireplace creates a very homey atmosphere  In this 3 bedroom home. Landscaping is  done and the backyard Is completely  fenced. Only Vi block tooneof the nicest  beaches in the area. F.P. $45,000.  SEAVIEW ROAD: Older, 3 bedroom  home on partial basement. A handyman  could do wonders with this. Beautiful  view of Keats Island etc.      F.P. $29,900.  NORTH FLETCHER: Brand new 3 bedroom home and It can be yours for as little  as $2500. down. This magnificent view,  1268 sq. ft. home has a sundeck, W/W  carpeting, ensuite plumbing, in an area  of good homes. F.P.$48,500.  LOTS  ' GOWER POINT: WATERFRONT:  Lovely cleared 100' x 196' very steep to  the beach but a fabulous building site  with southern exposure and panoramic  view. F.P. $25,900.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: With  waterfront as scarce as It Is, this double  uso lot represents real value. In the heart  of Lower Gibsons. F.P. $22,000.  Toll Free 682-1513  NOTARY PUBLIC  APPRAISALS  MORTGAGES  CHASTER ROAD: Good lot in growing  area, only small alder to clear, zoned lor  trailers. F.P. $15,600.  BAY ROAD: With frontage on Dougal as  welll These two valuable semi-water-  front lots are level and all cleared, only  a stones throw away from beach. Excellent place to keep or launch your boat.  One <a> F.P. $12,500.One �� F.P. $14,500.  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD: Off  Cherl Ann Park, beautifully cleared and  level building site hidden from the road  by many large trees. Easy access to an  exceptional beach, 70' x 100' and priced  for Immediate sale. F.P. $12,900.  SARGENT ROAD: On the upper side of  the road, overlooking the Bay and as far  Into Georgia Strait as the eye can see.  This lot is Jn a deluxe home area, close to  both shopping and schools. F.P. $16,900.  CHASTER ROAD: Nestle your home In  the trees on this 67' x 123' building lot.  Area of proposed new school. Name your  own terms, no reasonable offer refused.  F.P. $11,500.  GOWER POINT ROAD: Privacy and  100' of Water-frontage, beech Just at  other side of the road. Driveway is In,  building site cleared with septic tank and  main drains In. F.P. $25,000.  GRADY ROAD: In Langdale Cninoa-  Suporb view of Howe Sound from this  large Irregular shaped rot. All underground services. F.P. $15,000.  ABBS ROAD: One of the nicest building  lots In Gibsons. Level building site with  drop-off In front of property to protect  privacy, spectacular panoramic view.  Size 66' x 128'. F.P.S18.500.  HIGHWAY 101: At Hopkins Landing,  this treed 150' x 50' lot has a great view  potential, close to Ferries, stores &  Moorage. F.P. $13,000.  4 r*  10.  Timber wanted plus alder.  Poles bought and sold. Let us  give you an estimate. D & O Log  Sorting Ltd. Phone 886-7896 or  886-7700.  Cat and/or backhoe available for  land clearing, road building,  drainage ditches, waterlines, etc.  Call 886-9633 or 886-9365.  2 cycle and 4 cycle engines for  student use. Call Hphinstone at  886-2204 for pick-up.  LOGS WANTED  Top Prices Paid for  fir-helm -ced.  L&K LUMBER  (North Shore) Ltd.  Phone 886-7033  Sorting grounds, Twin Creeks  Lost  Male Golden Retreiver in Gower  Point area. UPN4G tattooed in  right ear. Reward. 886-9485.  Lost red gas cap between Selma  Park & Sechelt. 885-3562.  LOST: Brown wallet containing  ID in lower Gibsons, last week.  Finder please contact Wayne  Buchanan. 886-7671. Reward  LOST:   Diamond   wedding   ring  somewhere in Gibsons. Reward.  885-2468  Found  Ronson  lighter  at  Garage sale   885-9662   Crab trap adrift in Shoal Channel,  owner please identify & claim at  886-2095.  Part Springer Spaniel and part  Black Lab, ready in 6 weeks,  $5.00 for female, $10.00 for male,  phone 885-3372.  Chocolate Point Siamese cat for  sale and one short-haired Burman  kitten, 885-2443.  Purebred white German Shepherd pups for sale, 886-9516.  Coast News, October 19, 1976.  Home wanted for 4 - 5 year old  Beagle. Good with kids, house  trained, call 886-7652 or 886-7057  Help! Have developed allergy &  desperately need to find a good  home for 3 yr. old female cat.  Calico marking, very affectionate.  886-2676.   Free to good home, 2 year old  male Maltese. Needs lots of  attention. 885-3862.  Black Welsh pony. $135.00  phone 885-2542  Boats  25' Sailing sloop. $1200. T. Small  886-2680.  12'   "Solo"  Fiberglass sailboat  with Dacron sail and trailer $950.  885-3171.  16' Fiberglass jet boat. New jet  and engine. Eng. power by 327  high perform. Good log salvage  boat. Lots of extras incl. offers.   886-2834.   14 ft. speedboat, very fast 40HP.  Evinrude elec. hardly used.  Roadrunner tilt trailer. Sacrifice  at $1200. 886-9270.  MARINE SURVEYS  AND APPRAISALS  For selling, purchasing  or financing  Surveys for insurance  or settlement of claims  Captain W. Y. Higgs  Box399, Gibsons,B.C.  Phones 886-9546, 885-9425  or 886-2433.  1974 50 Merc. Electric $1200.  o.b.o. 13'6" fiberglass boat $300.  o.b.o. 886-2571.   12' aluminum boat, 5 horse  Johnson, oars, gas tank, life  jackets, 1 yr old, $500. 886-7320.  17V2' fiberglass jet boat.   Ham-^  ilton pump, 175 hours, excellent  hull construction, double bottom,  full  canopy.     No leg or prop  worries. Reasonable 886-2433.  28' Glass plv sloop, 3 sails  $4,500. o.b.o. 886-7766.  18' Sangster, deepV, full camper  top sleeper seats 120 HP Merc  Cruiser galvanized road runner  trailer, 8 life jackets compass  echo sounder radio, plus many  other extras. 886-2924?  1972 Triumph TR6, Good cond.  34,000 mi. 886-2491 eves.  1964 Acadian needs some repair  $100. 885-3462      ,   1972 Ford M ton V8 standard  $2,000. 883-2530.   1963 G.M.C. Pick up, needswork  $250.00. 886-9503.  1969    Land  Stn.   Wagon,  evenings.  Rover  $2100.  4x4  885-9504  1974 Okanogan Camper for small  truck, has ice box and prqpane  stove. All in good condition.  $1,800.885-3347.   2 - 327 GM engines: 5-78 x 14  tires, reg. $38. ea., sell for $30.  each, leave message.. 885-3954.  Howe Sound Estates  are proud to present  A NEW SUBDIVISION IN GIBSONS  BAY AREA - LOTS ARE FULLY SERVI CED  STARTING AT$12,000.  Exclusive Agents  l  kTbutler  REALTY  LTD.  Norm Peterson ��� 886-2607  886-2000  L��g��i  PUBLIC NOTICE  Ottawa October 13,1976  Pursuant to Companies public announcement of September 23  1976, "Distribution of United States FM stations by Cable Television Systems", the commission has received the following  applications: Coquitlam Cable Vision Ltd. 5594 Camble St.,  Vancouver, B. C, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge and Mission B. C.  (761048800) application toammendits Cable Television and distribution of CISM Bellingham Washington channel 225 on 220,  KIXI FM Seattle Washington Channel 255 on 231, KERI FM  Bellingham, Washington channel 282 on 246 location where the  application may be examined: 23171 Dewdney Trunk Road,  Maple Ridge B.C.  Canadian Wire Vision Ltd. 5594 Camble St., Vancouver B.C.  (761049600) application to ammend its cable television licence  for Vancouver B.C. as follows:  To add the reception and distribution of KISM FM, Bellingham Washington channel 225 on 223, KIXI FM Seattle Washington channel 239 on 220, KE2X FM Seattle Washington channel  282 on 214. Location where the application may be examined:  5594 Cambie St., Vancouver B. C. Coast Cable Vision Ltd.,  5381 48th Ave., Delta B. C, Sechelt B.C. (761066000) Gibsons  B. C. as follows:  To add the reception and distribution of KISM FM Bellingham  Washington channel 225 on 206 KIXI FM.Seattle Washington  channel 282 on 216. Locations where application may be examined: Coast Cable Vision Ltd., Wharf Road, Sechelt, B. C. 5381  48th Ave., Delta B. C. D. G. Douglas Variety and Paints, Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza Gibsons, B. C.  Following publication of this notice and upon receipt of  comments the commission will issue its decision unless It determines that a public hearing is required. The applications may  be examined at the local addresses given in this notice and at  the offices of the CRTC, room 1601100 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa,  Ontario or 201 818 Douglas Street, Victoria, B. C.  Anyone has the opportunity to submit comments on the applications by submitting a written intervention to the undersigned at 100 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, KIA ON2and by serving  a true copy of the intervention upon the applicant on or before  October 25,1976.  The intervention shall contain a clear and concise statement of  the relevent facts and the grounds upon which the intervenors  support or oppose the proposed modification of the application  is based.  The postal or messenger receipt should be attached to the copy  for the CRTC giving proof that the applicant has received his  copy.  Gui Lesebvre  Secretary General  Public Notice CRTC 1976-87  I*  Canadian  Radio-Television  Commission  Conseil de la  Radio-TStevision  Canadienne  Xi  ftfF^LI SLw   ������������������������������  8K  I  1  ���  Read  CLASSIFIE  II  S3  Want to get rid  of that old honky-tonk?  a  I*  m  ii  i  KS  I  Let Coast News  FREE CLASSIFIEDS  Get the lead out  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  NEED TIRES?  Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  at the S-BENDS on- Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  JAMIESON  AUTOMOTIVE  Automotive - Parts Sales and Service  Valve ana1 Seat Grinding  Rotor lather service lor disc 'Brakes and Drum Brakes  Gibsons AL JAMIESON Phone 886-79  885-9973  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers available  886-2938  Royal Bank of Canada  \GlBSONS   Branch-Ph 886-2201   SECHELT   Branch-Ph 885-.  HOURS       Tues - Thurs     10a.m.  -3p.m  Fn. 10a.m. -6p.m.   Sat.. 10a.m. -3p.m  WINDSOR   PLYWOOD  (THE PLYWOOD PEOPLE)  Construction Plywood   Fancy Panels   Insulation   Doors, Bifolds  Sidings,and all Accesso/ies  Delivery Phone886-9221 Highway 101. Gibsons  L& H SWANSON Ltd.  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Porpoise Bay Road Box 172. Sechelt, B.C  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  (fittest electric ttb.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & CONTRACTING  Serving Sechelt, Gibsons, Roberts Creek &. Madeira Park  885-3133  j. McKenzie Ron Blair, P. Eng.  Porpoise Bay Rd. P.O. Box 387 Sechelt   VON 3A0  SIM   ELECTRIC   LTD.  Electrical Contractor  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2062  COAST PAVING  PAVING FROM DRIVEWAYS TO HIGHWAYS  Highways. Parking Areas Driveways, Crushed Gravel  Equipment Rentals  Main Office Box 95.  Powell  River,  485-6118  Branch Office:        Sechelt. Ph. 885-2343 9:30 to 3:30,p.m.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  PLUMBING- PIPEFITTING    STEAMFITTING  HOT WA TER HEA TING  886-7017  All Work Guaranteed  TIDELINE  Plumbing and Heating Contractors  RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL  FREE ESTIMATES  Bernie Mulligan 886-9414 Denis Mulligan  ��V  Box 860  BE ELECTRIC hd.>  Phone 886-7605  ���POWER   TO    THE   PEOPLE"  Gibsons  For Rent  TED HUME SERVICES  Parts, Service, Installations  Stoves,  Furnaces,  Heaters,  etc.  886-2951  Gibsons, B.C.  Certified Instrument Mechanic  Everything for your building Needs  Phone 886-2291-2  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government Approved  Free Estimates  Excavations - Drainage Waterlines, etc.  ,Ph. 885-2921  At the sign of  the  Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & Marine Service Ltd  Arc and Acty. Welding Machine Shop  Steel Fabricating  Automotive - Marine Repair  Phone 886-7721 Marine Ways Res. 886-9956  Roberts   Creek  V    Phone 886-9824  BOUTIN  BULLDOZING  Clearing ��� Landscaping  Backhoe Work  R.R. 1 Gibsons  C0IN-0P CLEANERS  YOU CAN SA VE MONEY  By the Garment or By the Load  .Sunnycrest Plaza  886-2231  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD.  ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  READY-MIX   CONCRETE-GRAVEL  GENERAL PAINT   H ighway 101 -Gibsons     886-7833  886-2642  GIBSONS  TELEPHONE ANSWERING  Service - Phone 886-2231  MOVING AND STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER Ltd.  Household Moving & Storage Complete Packing  Packing Materials for Sale  Phone 886-2664     Member Allied Van Lines     R.R. 1, Gibsons  MACK'S NURSERY  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Plants  Landscaping, Pruning Trees Peat Moss & Fertilizer  Licensed for Pesticide Spraying  Phone 886-2684  ABC  GENERAL PAINTING  SPRA Y - BRUSH ��� ROLL  Call 886-2512  RAY E.NEWMAN  PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTOR  R.R. 1 Distributor  IDAVISBAYRD. _,, __w __ _. ., ._. TELEPHON  sechelt, FILTEX OF CANADA cecw)  B.C. "BUILT-IN VACUUM SYSTEMS" 885-2116  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION &    MAJOR APPLIANCE   SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Usee' Refrigerators for Sale  Res. 886-9949  Ron Olson 886-7844      SPECTRON   Lionell Speck 886-7962  SHEET METAL & HEATING   3ox 710, Glb80ns  RESIDENTIAL & 886-9717 ELECTRIC & OIL  COMMERCIAL  GAS FURNACES  HEATING & VENTILATION  Sechelt  c  &  s  HARDWARE  &  APPLIANCES  885-9713  SUNSHINE PAINTERS  Let us brighten up your life  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  886-9564  .  Free Estimates Gibsons  GIBSONS LANES  OPEN BOWLING HOURS  SATURDAY 7-11 pm FRIDAY9-11 pm  SUNDAY    2-5 pm   9-11 pm  BERNINA  SEWING MACHINES  NOTIONS etc.  REPAIRS AND SERVICE   TO ALL MAKES,  SEWEASY  Co^Nr\eS^^Sech^t||^^^|^^-272^  STAN HILSTAD  ROOFING  DUROID. SHAKES  ORREROOFING  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine.Building .                Wharf Street  Box 609, 885-2332       Sechelt, B.C.  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C.LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St.,                          Box 607  Office 885-2625 Sechelt, B.C. Res. 885-9581  ROBINSON'S TV  Service Depot for  PHILIPS ��� ZENITH       PANASONIC ���ADMIRAL  FLEETWOOD DEALER  Phone886-2280      FORMERLY NEVENS'   MASTERCHARGE  J &C ELECTRONICS  & APPLIANCES  Charles (Chuck) Stephens  SALES arid SERVICE  MARINE ELECTRONICS                      INGLIS & PHILIPS  Sechelt Across from'Red & White 855-2565  PAJAK   ELECTRONICS  CO, LTD.  RCA & ELECTROHOME  Authorized Dealer  886-7333 Sales and Service Gibsons  SUNSHINE COAST   TRAILER PARK  .7 Mile West of Gibsons,  Hiway  Laundromat    Extra Large Lots .  Parklike Setting and Recreation area  ���   .' Phone 886-9826  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean   up   your    wooded   area:;  Remove  lower   limbs  for   VIEW  Top tall trees adacent to building  Marv Volen Phone 886-9597  MIDNIGHT TRUCKING  GRAVEL���FILL  ROAD MULCH ��� DRAINROCK  Ph. 886-7864 R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C.  1:  i'-S  !;'���.  B. MacK WELDING  BRAD MACKENZIE  Portable Welding  886-7222  Gibsons  R:R. 1, Port Mellon Highway        Phone 886-2923  B. EXCAVATING 886-9031  Water, sewer, drainage installation  ��� Dump Truck ���Badchoe  ��� Cat ��� Land Clearing  ��� Free Estimates  4  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists      Custom Designed Furniture  Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinetry Remodelling  R. BIRKIN  885-3417 Beach  Ave.,   Roberts   Creek       885-3310  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS*  MANUFACTURE OF MACHINE PARTS  SHAKE FROES DRAW KNIVES  CUSTOM AND MARINECASTING.    GENERAL MACHINE WORK I  Opposite Sechelt Legion    885-2523 Days   885-2108 Eves.  t  i  /  1 '"I II nil  One Ownerl    1975 Pinto 2300,  4 sp. Stn.d. low mileage, $2,700.  Phone 885-9997."  1971 Volkswagon van, partly  camperized, 886-2231 or 886-9186  1974 Austin Marina $2,200. good  condition 886-2078.  Vanguard   8'   canopy   camper.  Roof racks and lights $300. o.b.o.  886-7661   . 1970 Mazda, 1800 Stn. Wgn. near  new. Steel belted radials, 58,000  miles. $1,395. Days 885-2283 ask  for Keith, eves. 885-2000.    '  1962 Ford Falcon Stn. Wgn.  Auto. Good tires, plus snow tires,  $250. o.b.o: 886-9363.  1973 Gran Torino wide oval mags,  32,000  miles.      $3,300.   o.b.o.   885-9081  1965 Ford, V8 auto. $400. o.b.o.  88607392.  1967 Cougar XR7 with snow  tires, $1500.886-7511.  ACTFAST  1973 white 1800 CC Datsun,  just right for single guy or young  family. Asking price great for  what you're getting. Phone 886-  7919 days or 885-9038 eves.  Motorcycles  Two 1971 500 Suzuki's, one running and one for parts $550.  o.b.o. 885-2465 after 5.  1971 Honda 350 rebuilt engine,  new. battery -and paint, good  condition. $550. o.b.o. 886-7569.  FOR   SALE:   1972   250  Suzuki  street bike $625.886-7416.  i *  MMmmmnnn  On Hotel Lake, Irvine's Landing,  furnJ I bdrm units, $125. pernio.  885-3688 after 6.  2 bdrm. Fully furn, duplex.  Avail. Nov 1. All elec. Sony,  no Children or pets. $165. plus  utilities. Sunshine Coast Trailer  Park. 886-9826.         .  Fully furn. bachelor suite,  private ent. own bath, non-  smoker pref. 1 person only. Port  Mellon Hwy. 3 mi. past ferry  terminal. Avail, now 886-2923.  1 Bdrm. apartment, Davis Bay  water-front. 885-9863.  3 bdrm. house for rent $350.  per mo. phone 886-2417.  Small sleeping room to Clean,  quiet adult. 886-9912.  Room & Board avail, at Bonniebrook Lodge. Meals & services  incl. laundry. $275. per month.  Private room. 886-9033. Gower  Point ocean beach esplanade.  Bonniebrook Camp ' and Trailer  Court, 886-2887, sites available  for R. V. Trailers and mobile  homes. 886-2887.  1 bdrm. home with cottage and  garage on VA acres in Roberts  Creek -on bus "route. Older  couple preferred. On lease basis  rent negotiable depending - on  maintenance requirements.*  731-2884 after 6 pm.  1 bdrm. fully furnished suite and  4    bdrm.    partially    furnished.  Gibsons Waterfront on Marine Dr  886-7108-  3   bdrm.   house,   unfurnished,  $300. per month. Ref's required.  886-2744   1 bdrm. furn. duplex, 5175. per  month.       immediat   occupancy  885-9261  2 bdrm. - mobile home, Gibsons  area. $195. per month. Avail.  Nov. t. 885-3417 or 885-3310.  Four 1 bdrm. duplex units. Furn.  from   $125.' per  mo.   Lakeside  Motel   Pender   Harbour   area.  .   .7    885-3688 after 6.  For Rent: 2 bdrm apartment,  wall to wall, drapes,fridge, stove,  Balcony & beautiful view. $220.  per month. No children, no.pets,  Occupancy Nov. 1st or Oct. 15,  886-7112  Maple Crescent Apartments  1662 School Rd! Gibsons. Suites  for rent. Cablevision, parking  clost to schools and shopping.  Reasonable rent. Apply suite  103A.  Self contained furnished basement suite.     $160.     Gibsons,  886-7374  Waterfront 3 bdrm. house,  Gibsons, bluff, private beach,  large garage, garden. $350, per  month, no pets. 886-9044.  Granthams 1 bdrm furn. bouse,  beautiful view, garden, across  from beach, store, bus, post office  $165.mo. 886-9044avaa. Nov. 1: '  2   Bdrm.   furnished   trailer  at  Bonniebrook.   Avail   Oct.   15th.   886-2887. ,_  Room & Board avaiable. Private  entrance and bath. 885-3437  Unfurnished 2 bdrm house on  excellent waterfront, Selma Prk.  Oil furnace etc. Has guest bdrm  and large sundeck. Asking $250.  per month but will reduce under  certain circumstances. 885-3737  Waterfront on Browning Rd. unsurpassed view, modern 3 bdrm  unfurnished home, 2 full baths,  sep. hobby shop etc. $350. per  mon. but negotiable. 885-3737  Gibsons: 1 bdrm. furnished suite,  lg. carpeted livingroom with view  $180 per mon. ind. utilities and  off street parking. 886-2565  TAKE PRIDE  TAKE CARE  DROWN VOUflCAMPFinE-CUEAN Uf!      ,  MAGAZINE  BRITISH COLUMBIA  _ MAI  makes a  beautiful gift  What better Christmas gift than to share your  province with your friends?  'Beautiful British Columbia' will say "hello" four  times a year���each issue filled with beautiful  full colour pictures and articles about your own  British Columbia.  ORDER NOW! A one year subscription (4 issues)  is a rrjodest $3.00. Order now so we'll have time  to announce your gifts to the recipients before  Christmas. Gift subscriptions start with the  1976 Winter Issue.  SPECIAL BONUS  Each gift subscription recipient will receive free  a 1977'Beautiful British Columbia'scenic  Calendar diary, containing 13 colour pictures  of B.C. ,  If you're not already receiving 'Beautiful British  Columbia' magazine yourself���subscribe now...  you'll find its a most enjoyable way to get to  know your own province better.  SUBSCRIPTIONS NOWAVAILABLE  AT SUNOO PRINTING  IN THE COAST NEWSBUILDING  GIBSONS, B.C. 886-7614    V  Homeless news reporter and  assorted plants heeds unfiirn.  apartment, cabin or house at  reasonable rent. 885-3231  Responsible very clean family requires 3 or 4 bdrm newer home in  Gibsons. Before Dec. 1. Pref.  on level land with Family Room.  Refs. avail. 886-2551  3   -   6   Bedroom. House   from  Roberts    Creek    to-  Langdale.  886-7198  Heated house or cabin in Tyson  Rd. area for month of Feb. for  parents visiting as we have insufficient room. 885-3967.  Mottle Hom��i  Owners have moved out, move  into a 1971, .3 bdrm. stove and  fridge included. Excellent condition.' Make an offer. 886-7422.  SUNSHINE COAST MOBHE  HOME PARK  Units now on display.     Phone  886-9826  USED UNITS  1971 12 x 64 Lamplighter with  12 x 20 extension, 4 bdrms, plus  utility room. Excellent condition,  unfurnished.  197512 x 68 Ambassador, 2bdrm  carpeted throughout, fully furnished and decorated.  1976 12 x 68 Colony, 2 bdrm.  fully furnished and decorated.  1976 12 x 68 Berkshire, 2 bdrm.  fully furnished and decorated,  carpeted throughout.  Snug Village Mobile Home Park  Mason Rd. Space Avail. 885-3547  1974 Chancellor Mobile home.  12 x 60 2 bdrm. Essential appliances, carpets, drapes, as  new. Some additons.' On Vj acre  landscaped area at Halfmoon Bay  Unit $12,000. o.b.o. Pad, $75.00  month. 885-9786 after 6.   For Sale or Rent: 3 bdrm. Mobile  home plus 12 x 22 work/storage  area, stove, fridge, washer, dryer  Moorage available. 883-9290.  2 bedroom home, large living-  room on 3 acres, Beach Ave.  Roberts Creek. 885-3409.  Gibsons W/F Four-plex and three  plex 150 ft. waterfront. Bothhave  own entrance & appliances. Good  return, can be bought seperately  if desired. 886-7108.   Roberts Creek, 5 acres,/ some  view, house, to lock-up stage.  $36,000. 886-9193.   -1970   Pyramid   Mobile   Home  70 x 12 major appliances $8,700.  883-9140  1973 Double wide Moduline in  excel, cond. 3 bdrms. wall-to-wall  carpet, elec. stove, fridge, washer  and dryer, fully furn. Fenced  yard & storage shed, owner is  leaving area & must sell; $16,000.  886-2625.  16 x 35 Trailer on large treed lot  in Private campsite 2 mi. from  Sechelt. Furnished plus fridge,  freezer, garden and many extras.  Pad rental $40.00 per month.  F.P. $3,995. 885-2465 after5.  INSTANT HOUSING!   Why pay  rent?   See this 10 x 55 mobile  home at 1170 Osprey St. Sechelt.  885-3372  1972 Moduline 12 x 48 on pad in  Ruskin. Encludes porch, metal  shed, furn.. $12,000.885-9997.  1973 12 x 68 3 bdrm mobile home  set up in mobile park. Take over  payments  on  approved credit.  886-2078  Lot 67 x 123 - Malaview Rd.  (off Pratt) Hydro & water, asking  $11,500. terms avail. 886-7540  1.3 acres lower Roberts Creek  ,  886-9516  65'xl30 Cockrane Rd. Sewer  by. asking $12,500. Phone after  6 pm. 886-7407.  For Sale by owner: Rooming  house in Gibsons. Equipment  and furniture included. Please  phone 886-9912.  Choice V% acre lot on Chaster  Road, 1,000 ft. from waterfront.  Utilities. Ph. 886-2887.  For Sale: An extra Large 3 yedr  old Home with many extras in a  perfect family location in Gibsons  Exceptional value with exoellent  terms. This house is better than  newl 886-7668.  BEAUTIFUL lot in Tuwanek,  very close to beach where you'll  find it peaceful andquiet. A good  deal not to be missed. Going for.  $9,500. but will consider an  offer. 886-2834.   3 Bdrm. home' in prime Genayre  Subdivision    in'    Port    Moody!  Sell ot swap for local acreage.  885-3347  -���   .     i       m 1  3 bdrm. on slab, finish yourself?  1118 sq. ft. & carport. House is  framed. Roof is on & other things  done. $19,900. Phone birilder  and have a look. 886-7695 eves.  Coast News, October 19,1976.  11.  NOWAVAILABLE  BAYVIEW:     7 large view lots  Vi to 2 acres, serviced lots. Over  looking   lovely   Sargents   Bey  Quiet   area   5   min.   West   cf  Sechelt.     CALETA: Only2view  lots left in this area of fine homes  Serviced, 200 feet from excel  beach. 885-9796.  For Sale & Removal: 2 bdrm.  Panabode. Franklin Rd. Gibsons  756 Sq. ft. automatic oil heat,  fireplace, elec. range & hot water   886-9628  Lot for sale, level, cleared, dry,  good soil. Pratt Rd. 886-7826  2 . Bdrm. Duplex. Davis Bay.  Immed. possession, no appliances. 885-9719.  By owner, brand new 3 bdrm.  home on 100'xl00' well treed  and very private lot. Shake roof,  with skylights, full basement,  fireplaces, finished tip and down.  See and compare at $49,900.,  886-7511 for further informstibnC  This 1,200 sq. ft. house is situated on Chaster Rd., mortgage  available.  One year young home with 2 lrg  bedrooms and carport on lovely  view lot in West Sechelt. $41,000.  Phone 885-9582           Two Lots on Chaster and Pratt Rd  Size 76 x 125 and 67 x 123, all  services, priced at $12,500. and  $10,500. with only 10% down if  required. 886-2098.           Must sell: 16x35' trailer on lg.  treed lot, 2 mi. from Sechelt, 100  yds. from beach. Many extras incl  fridge, freezer, veg. garden,  metal storage shed, BarBQue,  completely furn. Lot rental $40.  F.P. $3,995.885-2465 after 5.  YOUR GATEWAYTO THE  FUNANDSUN  For all your travel arrangements,  contact Lynn Szabo, graduate  of Canadian Travel College.  PLAN AHEAD  While the choice is still yours.  Let us help make your holiday  dream come true.  PENINSULA  TRAVEL  AGENCY  Dental Block Gibsons  886-2855  Toll free 682-1513  i i.ii.i 111111 ii . i  Ci��$$ify  'nynm��i��*+w*  For Sale: 100 Amp electrical  panel compl. with 12 breakers &  main, good temp, hook-up for  builder. $30.00886-2694.  For Sale: 1 pr. snow tires 77514  $8.00 ea. 885-3663.   On Fri. Oct. 8th on Port Mellon  Hwy, an unknown good Samaritan  was a great help to Pen. Recycling. .Please accept our thanks  i    Lost: Male cat, 6 mo. old, grey  and white, Manx. Near Sunnycrest. 886-9130.  REWARD: Lost: Rollei 35 camera  in Black case in Gibsons area,  phone 885-2391 after 5:00.  WANTED: one pigeon 886-2149  For Sale: 7 drawer wood desk,  Sanyo Sterio AM FM radio-  rec/player & speakers, 20" color  Fleetwood TV. 886-2149.  For Sale: Gower Pt. Rd. a Well-  built charming 2 bdrm. home  W/W carpet, finished basement  with free standing fireplace,  incl. fridge & range. $39,900.  Assumeable 10Vt% mat.   886-2131  15 in. portable B/W Toshiba $50.  Fleetwood Comb. 19 in B/W TV  radio & -record  player $175.00   885-9089  Love seat, tangerine as new $150.  Brass pully lamp $35.00, 200 gal  oil tank $80. Lrg. sea-scape in  oils $100. 2 cartons white ceiling  tile 16", $20.00 Elec. heater $25.  Mahogany Bar stools $16.00  small table saw $25. 885-9469.  17��/j ft. deep-V Bell-bouy, 100 hp  Merc ob. 2200 lb. E-Z Loader  trailer. Built in gas tank, full camper top, sleeper seats, like new.   885-3237   1974 Datsun P-up. Low mileage,  new motor, canopy top, good buy.   886-7160  For Rent: 3 bdrm. house in Granthams, stove & fridge, W/W,  $300. mo. Avail Nov. 7. No dogs  phone after 6 pm. 886-7847.  For Rent: Gibsons 2 bdrm. WF  home, auto, oil heat, appliances,  resp. adults only $300. 886-9849.  For Rent: Semi-waterfront 1 bdrm  house, Granthams, beautiful view  south slope, fruit trees, $165. mo.  immediate possession. 886-9044  FREE furnished acoom. for 2 mo.  while building is under renovation. Pay own util. 886-9352 eves.  WHEAT MOBILE HOME SALES LTD.  LOCATED at WILSON CREEK  DEALERS of CANAMERA HOMES & BENDIX HOMES  DOUBLE WIDE & SINGLE WIDES  M.D.L.01460A    885-3237  CLOSET  c  BATH  a  0  BEDROOM  J>1^\  Q| STORAGE AKEA^ILJ-     [jjj]      [ ^ L~I  L-"^7i   UTILITY KITCHEN DINING  bathZ  0  UTILITY  AREA  BEDROOM  DEN  LIVING ROOM.  ">  CLOSET  ^\  _J  Maximum livability in the  most practical floor area  features:  ��� Den Area  ��� Two Bedrooms  ��� Two full Bathrooms  ��� Large' Kitchen  ��� Breakfast Bar  Overall Home Size 48' x 23' 8".  16'-  12'  ���*���*-  20'  For the family that needs to live  in comfort.  Features:  ���Three Bedrooms  ���Two Full Bathrooms  ���Storage Plus  ���Large Kitchen-  ���Breakfast Bar  Overall Home size 48' x 23' 8"   =  PLAN 5B  5224-CK 3BR  THREE BEDROOM  18"   EAVES STANDARD EQUIPMENT  Insulated for energy saving .torprotect your  comfort and your dollars with  FlBERGL>\S  CANADA  *TM  REG.  Many other  EXCITING  floor plans to  choose from.  Check our low prices!  WITH US-  SERVICE. IS A MUST.  CONSTRUCTION  'Heavy beam chassis with detachable  hitch.  ���2" x 4" wall studding on 16" centers.  *2" x 8" floor joists.  *2 on 12  pitch   roof  rafters  on   16"  centers.  'Asphalt shingle roof  'Fiberglass   shower   tub    in    2nd  bathroom.  'Master bathroom with tub.  'Excellent insulating efficiency using  both rigid and flexible fibrous glass  insulation with good vapor barrier  .   protection.  EQUIPMENT  ���84,000 BTU furnace.  ���Large duct system, for Heating & Air  Conditioning.  ���100 amp electrical service.  *40 gal. glass lined water heater.  ���Two door refrigerator.  ���EJectric 30" range oven.  DECOR  Draperies:  * Deluxe drapes and curtains.  Carpet  * Decorator select to blend - choice of  various plans. Deluxe Carpet in living  room, DR, Hall, M/B/R and den or  3rd B/R.  Panelling  * Decor Panels in kitchen and  bathroom.  OPTIONAL  ���Custom drapes and curtains.  ���Custom carpet.  'Built-in eye level oven.  ���Air-Conditioning.  ���220 amp electrical service.  ���Garbage disposal.  ���Dishwasher    * Washer     * Dryer  ���Shutters  ���Custom Recess Main Entrance.  ���Custom Feature Walls  ���Patio Doors (Thermo)  ���Baseboard Electric Heating.  All units are built to meet or exceed CSA Standards.  ���V Coast News, October 19,1976  The B.C. Telephone Company  says construction work is on  schedule at its new central office  building project in Pender Harbour, with completion scheduled  by the end of November.  Brian Bagley, District Manager  for the company, said local crews  are constructing a concrete frame  around the exterior of the existing  central office building-and will  demolish the smaller structure  when    framing    is   completed.  "The larger building is expected  to provide space for additions of  switching equipment required  for growth and development here  in the coming years." he said.  Mr. Bagley said complex  switching gear valued at more  than $82,000 will be installed1  when the concrete and steel  truss building is prepared.  "The expansion of this central  office was made necessary by  steady growth  in local  needs,  and in growing volumes of local  and long distance calling." said  Mr. Bagley. He said the new  switching centre will cost more  than $242,000.  The Pender Harbour project  is part of B.C. Tel's capital construction program for 1976,  under which an estimated $1.3  million is being spent to expand  and improve telephone services  in the Sunshine Coast region.  Our own local recipes  molasses, stir thoroughly. Bake  in 450 oven for 10 minutes and  reduce heat to 350 until dene.  Coconut Fruit Rolls  1 cup white sugar  V* cup milk  1 tsp. butter  1 cup chopped dates  1 cup chopped walnuts  1 cup Tropic Isle Unsweetened  medium coconut  1 cup glace cherries in halves  Combine sugar, milk and butter  in saucepan.    Boil to soft ball  stage.    Add dates and cook 5  'minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and add the remaining ingredients.    Mix well.  Shape into rolls on waxed paper  over which you have sprinkled  icing  sugar or finely chopped  walnuts.     Chill in refrigerator.  Slice to serve.    You can add a  little wheat germ to make it go  further.  The following is the fast of  what hopefully will prove a series  of recipes provided by local cooks.  This first pair of recipes was  provided by Kay Waterhouse of  Reed Road, Gibsons. If any other  reader of these pages would like  to share their favourite recipes  with their neighbours in the community, they could bring them in  to the Coast News office on Wednesday or Thursday of each week.  11111 j'' ���>��������������*  Too late to  Classify  Dance Classes for Adult Beginners. Classical Ballet Wed. at  11:00 am. Jazz Dance Thurs.  11:00 am. at the Twilight Theatre  For details call Jean Milward  Tap Dancing, boys & girls.   886-2531  The new MacLeods store in  Sechelt carries Thrush & Standard mufflers, batteries and many  items too numerous to mention.  Try our prices before you spend.  Weekly special: 8 track deck with  speakers. $69.95. 885-2171.  Cowrie St. Sechelt.  4x4  1970 Chevy 3A Ton  Immaculate, New Tires,  New Brakes. PS/PB.  Olive Metallic green  $4000.885-9416.  Prize Pumpkin Pie  1 cup cooked pumpkin  Vi cup brown sugar  Vi tsp. salt  Vi tsp. nutmeg  Vi tsp. ginger  1 tsp. cinnamon  1 tbsp. molasses  2 eggs, beaten  lA cup milk  V* can evap. milk  Combine well, drain pumpkin,  add sugar, eggs, salt, spices and  canned   milk,   fresh   milk   and  DAY & NIGHT  AUTO TOWING  EdVaughan,  Prop.  Phone  Days      886-7343  Nights    886-9964  If you can  TUTOR   MATH  at any level   from grade  8 to 12 for $3.00 per hour  call:  Mrs. B. Mills, at  Elphinstone Secondary  886-2204  COMPLETE SERVICE  OF YOUR FURNACE  from  Girls red leather coat, white fur  trim size 10-12. New $20.00  Inch worm $7.00.886-2551  For Sale: 30" Enterprise oil stove  with Elec. blower fan & 75 gal.  tank, good cond. $90. 886-2694  Fri. Oct. 15 Jean Muller was  honoured with a 68th Birthday  Party by her children. Spec,  thanks to George & Kay Owen &  Rob & Darlene McQueen and  many friends. The cake was lovely  and read "The Lord is my Shepherd' While Mrs. Mueller cut  the cake the children sang  'Amazing Grace'. She received  a retirement bank.  BURNER  to  OIL TANK  with free nozzle  only s22 95  THOMAS    CALL;���  HEATING    -�����"  Servicing dealer for all oil companies  13 years experience   Serving the Coast since 1967  Going through the Change of Light?  WHETHER WIRING A NEW HOME, OR ADDING AN OUTLET, I  OFFER YOU PERSONALISED SERVICE AT ONE OF THE MOST  REASONABLE RATES ON THE PENINSULA.  SUPERIOR ELECTRIC  ll  IL  FOR GUARANTEED SERVICE  CALL Ft. SIMPKINS  885-2412  FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE  II  Ken's  Lucky  Dollar  NOW  OPEN  SEVEN  DAYS  EACH  WEEK  HOLIDAY AND  SUNDAY HOURS:  10:AM-5:PM  LOOK  FOR  EXTRA  SPECIALS  ON  THESE  DAYS!  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