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 wwijayiaiM^  Published at Gibsons, B.C.  15$ per copy on newsstands  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Local officials meet  management  Bflb Clotherand Robert McKay are Santas little helpers at the International  er of Foresters' Christmas festivities at the Gibsons Legion on Sunday.  Bob Clothier made a special trip to the coast for this occasion and filled this  role equally as his usual role as the villan inVthe Beachcomber's  Sechelt budget  Sechelt Council was informed  last week that the Gibsons dog  pound will be ready for use by  February 1977. It was suggested  that the council obtain a radio  unit so that they can be in constant touch with the truck.  In other council business,  Alderman Ernie Booth reported  that culverts were being installed  for access to the Sandy Hock  property in preparation for the  (proposed new firehall. Alderman  rrank Lietner advised council  that a caretaker is now in residence at the airport and Aid.  Thompson  told  the  group  that  Dayton & Knight, the engineers  for the new sewer system have  been in contact with the sewer  committee and will be meeting  with the group in the very near  future.  The council also agreed to  follow the Gibsons move and  accept "Indian Trading Dollars"  as legal currency until May 31st.  Discussion of the forthcoming  budget occupied much of the  meeting until it was finally decided to accept a provisional  budget of $452,000. A further  budget of $1,315. was accepted  to finance the Timber Days  festivities.  Metzler rejects  SCRD chairmanship  Acting Sunshine CoastRegionafDistrict Chairman Jim Metzlei^.  informed last week's regular meeting of the SCRD that he  is unwilling to stand for election to the chair on a permanent  basis. Metzler did not elaborate on his reasons for refusing the  position though he did admit that it was at least partially because  of the recent conflicts within the board. It is now expected that  the position will gO to either Area B representative Peter  Hoemberg or Area A representative Jack Paterson.  Acting chairman Metzler was also informed by way of a letter  from Municipal Affairs Minister Hugh Curtis that he was under  consideration for a position on the Board of Directors of the B.C.  Ferry crown corporation. The letter from Curtis was considered  as strictly for the boards own information as the decision to  appoint Metzler to the board of directors would have to be made  at a cabinet level.  L  B.C. Ferries Assistant Traffic Manager Mr. Bouchard is shown trying to convince the  local representatives of the coast the validity of the Ferry cut-backs.  Mayor Labonte could not be present for the meeting between Mr.  Bouchard of B. C. Ferries and local representatives of the community  last Thursday in Gibsons. Ms wife told the Coast News that he has a  suspected broken nose afterbeing hit broadside in his car when leaving  work at Port Mellon. We can only hope that he recovers enough to  enjoy the Christmas holidays.  Alderman Metzler chaired the meeting and began by asking Bouchard the reason for cutting back the 7:40 a.m. and the afternoon  sailing from Horseshoe Bay. Bouchard hedged by holding up a copy  of the Coast News and mumbling something about exaggerations  and that he had received only four letters at his office complaining  about the 5:30 a.m. cancellation. Obviously it had slipped his mind  that he had received at least two telegrams, one from the Gibsons  Harbour Business Association, dealing mainly with the 7:40 cancellation, and a comprehensive night letter from the Concerned Citizens  Association.  The reason for the drop-in  service, Bouchard explained, was  because of the T/t hour shift  and another crew would have to  be hired to carry on the old  schedule.  The chair informed him that  after talking to some of the crews,  he was of the opinion that a number of crew members would  prefer an alternating shift of 6  and 9 hours, and although this  was a union matter, it would be  worthy of investigation.  Peter Reid of the Concerned  Citizens sympathised with the  problems the Ferries were running into in their scheduling, and  asked for the same consideration  in return. Instead of giving the  residents of the coast a "like it  or lump it" service, this feeling  was corroborated by everyone  present - excluding the ferry  representatives. Also to his  knowledge, other public utilities  must give notice of re-scheduling  and it would be appreciated if  Mr. Bouchard could give a commitment to keep us in touch with  what is going on. Mr. Bouchard  didn't give one.  Mr. Edney of Ken's Lucky  Dollar, speaking for the Gibsons  Harbour Business Association,  began by saying that he, too,  was stunned by the lack of consultation between the Ferries  and the community, then went on  to explain the necessity of the  7:40 sailing. Although it was an  exaggeration to say that tomatoes  were rotting before they reached  the shelves, it was a great inconvenience to him, personally,  as a merchant, since on the return trip of. the 7:40 from Horseshoe Bay, transports brought in  his fresh produce. This enabled  him to have fresh vegetables on  the shelves by opening time.  Replying to Bouchard's statement that the 6:45 was the most  popular, he showed that due to  the fact that it coincided with  rush hour, the time saved was  knocked down to half an hour,  into Vancouver. He did say that  the new ferries had better facilities for passenger comfort, but  what good was it if it was not  being used. For example, the  book stands and restaurant  facilites. "I used to spend up to  $6.00 a day on meals until the  food became too bad. There  comes a point where reducing  services does not pay and I urge  you to sit in on local hearings  before making any changes in  policy " said Edney.  Alderman Metzler pointed out  that parking lots in Horseshoe  Bay were charging up to $6.00  a day, and one local had informed  him that it was costing him $600.  a year just for parking alone.  This makes it very tempting to  drive on and avoid the inconvenience of having a car on the  other side and would cause more  over-loads. It should be possible  to give commuters a sticker  which would entitle them to reduced rates.  The Powell River delegation  had several good points. The  former 9:15 a.m. bus has been  cancelled and replaced by one at  7:30, which means that people  must now get up around 6:00a.m.  if they want to go to town.  For security reasons the mail  truck must take the same ferry  every day and with the new schedule it means that he has a two  hour wait for connecting ferries,  this costs $60.00 per day in lost  time.  One representative remembered from being on the Tourist  Commission that there would be  discussions with the commission  before any changes in the sailing  time would be announced.  A safety problem has now  arisen, the "One hour and fifty  minutes easy driving time"  sign at Langdale is now a joke  with the new schedule. To make  connections between Earl's  Cove and Langdale, drivers have  now to shave 30 minutes off this  "easy driving time" which necessitates passing on solid lines and  being forced into speeding.  A meeting was arranged between the Concerned Citizens  Association and Mr. Bouchard in  Victoria, but on speaking with  some of the members, they seem  to feel that they received no satisfaction at Thursdays meeting and  would get no further with another, and that a detailed letter  would serve the same purpose.  The attitude of the Ferry  management was summed up  best by a tongue in' cheek comment, by Peter Hoemberg, "We  could solve all the problems of  bad connections between Earls  Cove and Langdale by cutting out  some Saltry Bay to Earls Cove  fe,rries!"    '  Lockstead looks  toward 1977  For many British Columbians,  the beginning of this new year is a  time, of anxiety and hardship.  At a time when we should be able  to reflect on the accomplishments  ofthe past and consider our goals  for the future, there is a feeling  of frustration and anger throughout the province.  In the riding of Mackenzie,  this is the general feeling with  which we face this new year.  Unemployment is increasing  rapidly and the winter lay-offs  in the forestry industry suggest  a hard year ahead. It is estimated  that by June there will be an additional 42,000 British Columbians looking for work. Many of  these will be residents of the  coastal communities which are  part of the Mackenzie riding.  Even now there are few residents  of the riding whom I have met  in my travels who are jnot unemployed or do not have a member  of their family looking for work.  For those who are not directly  affected by this critical unemployment problem, the chaos which  exists in the transportation systems is perhaps the major source  of frustration. Ocean Falls, Bella  Bella and Bella Coola are communities who are having to pay a  terribly high price for the ignorance and arrogance of the Social  Credit government in handling  coastal shipping. In the last  year of the old Social Credit  government in 1972, the residents  of Ocean Falls were faced with  the prospect that their commu nity  would be closed down as a result  of inaction by the government.  Now in the first year of the new  Social   Credit   government   this  community is faced with death  by strangulation, its vital links  with :tbe lower coast being cut  off because the present government simply does not care.  Meanwhile, the cost of living  is rising continually, the Social  Credit government having completely failed to halt inflation.  Indeed, looking back on the past  year, it is clear that the policies  of this government have directly,  contributed to inflation as personal income tax, sales tax and  taxes on small businesses have  been increased, ferry rates have  been doubled, gas and electric  rates have risen, indeed, the  worst price gouging that is going  on in British Columbia today is  going on in the Parliament  Buildings in Victoria. As a final  cruel twist to a >ear of harsh  government, the Education Minister has announced that property  taxes for schools are going to  soar next year.  Faced with the many harsh  realities of life in this province  today, the people of British  Columbia are looking for hope.  As your Member of the Legislature I want to assure you that I  shall continue to fight against  harsh and regressive measures  of the Social Credit government  in the years ahead. At the same  time, 1 shall support and encourage measures of this government  or any other that will return  spending power to working  people, that will guarantee  security to those who create the  wealth of this province through  their labour and restore the integrity of community life.  PMiiM^^  "n  erry  Doug, Peter, Lindy and Kathy  COAST NEWS  will not be publishing  _     on Dec. 28 th  First publication  of the new year  Jan. 4.  :*"**S  m^m^^^^^m^^^mm^^^m^^mmm^mm^^m^mm^mm^m^mm  ^^^^^^mmmm^^^mm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimm^ mgr*wiw��wnii���*i<w>aw  Coast News, December 21,1976  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2622  Published at Gibsons, B.C., every Tuesday  bv Sunshine Coast News.  Editor/ Publisher - Doug Sewell  Advertising Manager- Peter Reid  Production Manager - Kathy Love  Typesetting - Lindy Moseley  Subscription Rates:  Distributed Free to all adresses 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.  Phone886-2622or 886-7817   P.O. Box460, Gibsons, B.C.  Christmas  By the time the next edition of the  Coast News reaches your mailbox Christmas and the New Year's celebrations will  have come and gone.  By January 1st. we will be worried  about how much we spent on the luxuries  of Christmas, how much we regret the  hangover from the night before and how  many ofthe kids new CHristmas presents  are already destined for repair. But,  before we get carried away with the  Scrooge that is within us all, we must  remember what Christmas is really all  about.  Christmas should be the time for  telling those you care about that they are  still important to you, Christmas should  be the time for sorting out all those old  anxieties and animosities that have  festered within us all year, Christmas  should be the time to let you r imagination  run away with thebelief that just perhaps  it is possible to create a world where all  men can live in peace and achieve the  quality of life they desire.  In other words Christmas should be the  time for looking into the future and  dreaming of what we can do for ourselves  and our fellow man.  As we enter the new year we have  many problems and challenges facing us  both on a local and a more worldly level.  The only way we will ever solve these  dilemmas is by carrying the Christmas  spirit throughout the rest of the calender  year.  Sechelt  The ineffectiveness of the Sechelt  bureaucracy has once again become the  question.  It all started when Ccc^t News, located  in the Village of Gibsons I night add,  received a demand from the Village of  Sechelt for $20.00. The purpose being  to secure for the said operation, a licence  to operate within Sechelt for the upcoming year. Upon further investigation  it was discovered that our competition  located in the Village of Sechelt, were not  required to pay a similar license for the  purpose of operating within the Village  of Gibsons.  The management of the Coast News  felt that somehow this was not quite  cricket and therefore something should  be done to correct the situation. Sechelt  Village Clerk Tom Wood was advised of  the situation and agreed that a decision  must be made.  Now, two weeks later, we have received a "second notice" of overdue  license.  Considering that the vast majority  of the number of copies of the Coast  News distributed in the Sechelt area  are merely given away free, the point  seems ludicrous. Wood used the logic  that the Sun and the Province were  required to take out business licenses.  I wonder if MacLeans, Cosmopolitan,  Time, Newsweek and Playboy are also  lining the coffers of the Sechelt chambers.  . .from the files of Coast News  5YEARS AGO  Gibsons O.A.P.O. held a very successful Christmas party at the #109 Legion.  76 members and many guests showed  up plus a surprise appearance of Santa.  Trumpeter Swans have made their  home in the Gibsons area for the Christmas season.  10 YEARS AGO  Kinsmen Park (Dougal Park) was  turned over to Gibsons Council by the  Anglican New Westminster synod as  a public park.  Port Mellon Community Association  donated $3,500 towards Gibsons Centennial Pool Fund.  15 YEARS AGO  Boy Scouts of the First Gibsons troop  entertained pensioners at their annual  Christmas dinner.  The Shell tanker in boisterous weather  caused damage to the breakwater while  striving to dock.  25 YEARS AGO  A 20 m.p.h. speed limit was set by  council for Gibsons Village.  Sechelt Motor Transport announces  the proposed construction of a depot in  Sechelt Village.  Bad road conditions are holding up  the $35,000. impovement to the B. C.  Telephone system from Sechelt to Pender  Harbour.  25 YEARS AGO  Gibsons water bylaw passed with 162  for and 45 against, calling for an expenditure of $50,000.  A severe storm downed power lines  and created much floating debris as the  result of high winds and strongtides.  The Gilmour brothers of Sechelt have  announced the proposed sale of their  timber mill.  30 YEARS AGO  A street light appears in Gibsons.  It is hoped that this novelty will become  a permanent structure.  Appeal of the B. C. Power Commission  against the valuation of $5,712,663.  placed against 3 utility companies taken  over by the commission will be heard  before Mr. JusticeA. Harper.  Re-print...Re-print...Re-print...Re-prin  WHERE DOES IT STOP?  The following was an editorial  printed in the Coast News on  January 22,1959.  The rise in living costs continues. It may be gradual but it  is there nevertheless. The difference between December of  1957 and December of 1958 is  3.1 points up, according to the  Dominion Bureau of Statistics  Consumer Price Index.  The total index was 123.1 at  December 1957 and 126.2 at  December of 1958. A breakdown  of the increase in the year between December of 1957 and  December of 1958 reveals this:  Food, 118.8 to 122.2, up 3.4  Shelter, 136.7to 139.9, up 3.2  Clothing, 109.9 to 110.5, up 0.6  Household operation, 120.6 to  122.0, up 1.4  Other commodities and services, 128.4 to 133.4, up 5.0.  Since December the Coast  News has received new pricings  from paper manufacturers '-and  distributors which show a five  percent increase. Our ink supplier has also informed us of an  increase in price.  The present owners of the  Coast News have been in business over four years and in that  period there have been three  five percent increases in the purchases of paper, envelopes and  such like. Naturally we have to  pass the increase on to our customers because we have not yet  resorted to printing money.  When will the spiralling stop?  Who will stop it? How can it be  stopped? These are questions  which if one had the answer they  could have no worries about the  future.  In the meantime many labor  unions have escalator clauses  in existing contracts which call  for further wage increase over  the next two years.  So if you want to hedge on  inflation, buy real estate or  diamonds. Running a business  these days reminds one of a  lobster. It is green when put into  a pressure cooker and it comes  out red. The small businessman  can see more red on his bank  statement. His business is the  pressure cooker.  Letters to the Editor  Gift of Hope  Editor:  I would like to take this chance  to thank your readers for their  generous response to our Gift  of Hope Program.  The high caliber of gifts and  generous cash donations which  were the result of co-operation of  Old Age Pension groups, local  banks and the Lions Cub, is  greatly appreciated.  It is heart-warming to us to  know that some people still feel  it is more blessed to give than to  receive and you can be certain  that your generosity will be  greatly appreciated by the  patients, particularly by those  who have lost contact with family  and friends and who otherwise  would receive no gift at all.  Thank you again for your  thoughrfulness towards the mentally ill and please accept our  best wishes for the holiday season  and the coming year.  Margaret Lowther  Co-ordinator of Volu nteers  Riverview Hosp hal  Library  Editor:  I strongly resent your editorial  in the Coast News of December  14 relating to the Gibson's Public  Library. Since you are, I believe,  a newcomer to this area, you may  not know that the present library  is a new building, and not likely  to    need    replacement.        The  location is quite central, as easy  of access from the Upper Village  as from the Lower, and seems to  be well patronized by both young  and old.    It is fully staffed, as  you put it, by a group of devoted  ladies who give freely of their  time and patience in rain or shine,  hot  weather  or  cold,   and   are  always   courteous   and  helpful;  any   suggestion   that   a   school  library would be better served  is ridiculous.    In fact, from my  recollection the opposite would  be true.    We pay a yearly subscription to the library, and I for  one would object to being lumped  in with a lot of adolescents who,  however nice they may be personally, are en masse apt to be  rude and over-assertive.    I am  sure they, too, would rather have  their own library where they can  study or read in peace without  intrusion of a lot of adults.   Let  us keep the status in quo, and let  the school look after their own  affairs.  E R. East  Not biased  Editor:  In last week's front page article  about a meeting of the Gibsons  Harbour Business Association,  your reporter mentioned the remarks I made at the meeting.  Although I appreciate his kind  ness in referring to them as "a  fine oration", I must disagree  with his final comment that "it  was   marred   by   his   (i.e.   mv)  bias against the Gibsons Council".  It is true that I was critical of  the council. I stated my feeling  that its policies regarding the  location of commercial enterprises in the village have been  unfortunate for the village, and  particularly for the harbour business area. However, I question  whether this implies that I am  biased.  My dictionary suggests that a  bias is a prejudice or predisposition, usually unfair. In fact, far  from being predisposed towards  the council, I had based my remarks upon the observed results  of its actions. Neither do I feel  that I spoke unfairly, as I did not  suggest that the council had  acted in bad faith, as I am sure  that the councillors intended their  policies to further the best interest of the village community, nor  did I make any general criticisms  ofthe council. I simply expressed  doubts about the wisdom of certain of council'sactions.  I believe that a measure of  criticism of gwemment is a  symptom of a healthy community,  and I am disappointed that your  reporter felt that the hem to  report was that someone had  dared to question Gibsons council. It might have been more  useful to consider the validity of  the questions raised.  Adrian Stott  Narrow minded  Editor:  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District Board members are very  narrow minded when it comes to  providing the community, with  facilities for entertaining our  youth. An additional S5.50 per  regional taxpayer is a small price  to pay when you consider one  youngster who might not have  passed through the judicial system if there had been some recreation provided for him by his  community.  I am speaking specifically of  the new proposed Joint Community Use of School Facilities in  the Pender Harbour School which  was 'delayed' at the last SCRD  meeting.  There is absolutely nothing  for the youth of Pender Harbour  and Halfmoon Bay to do nor is  there anywhere a continuing  education program can be organized for the local residents, young  or old. Ask the teachers. Ask  the youth. The living community  is stagnating.  Mr. Hoemberg and Mr. Paterson should be commended for  their efforts in revitilizing the  populace and should be given  as much support possible.  Name withheld by request  Spectacles  Editor:  On behalf of the Gibsons Lions  Club we would like to extend our  sincere thanks to all who contributed discarded spectacles  during our recent drive, using  boxes in local banks and the  credit union.  The boxes have now been removed, and we can forward your  contributions. For your information they go to the CNIB in Vancouver, via Burrard Lions Club.  The CNIB send them to an organization in Calgary called "Operation Eyesight", who send them to  distribution centres in underdeveloped countries, where qualified persons make sure that de  fects  requiring  glasses can  be  properly corrected.  Once more, our hearty thanks.  Don't throw out your old glasses,  we will have another drive in  the near future. Watch for it.  Gibsons Lions Club  Sight Conservation Committee  Jack White  Janet McDonald  Thank you  Editor:  The Gibsons Lions Club would  like to express their appreciation  to the Coast News for excellent  coverage     of    Lions    activities  throughout the whole of this year.  Also, we wish to thank all  those people who supported Lions  projects during 1976. It has been  the excellent support of everyone  which made it possible to put on  our annual Christmas Dinner for  senior citizens. Many thanks to  the Gibsons Legion and their  Ladies Auxiliary and to those who  supplied the entertainment.  To everyone who helped the  Gibsons Lions Club make 1976  such a successful jear ^ye wish  Very   Merry   Christmas   and  Happy and Successful New-Year.  I  Joe Kampman  Resident  Wally Langdale  Secretary  Twas the night before....  Twas the night before Christmas  when all through the house,  not a creature was stirring,  not even a mouse.  The stockings were hung  by th e chimney with care,  in the hope that St. Nicholas  soon would be there.  The children were nestled  all snug in their beds,  while visions of sugar plums  danced in their heads.  And mom in kerchief  and I in my cap  had just settled down  for a long winter's nap  when out on the lawn there  arouse such a clatter,  I sprang from the bed  to see what was the matter.  Away to the window  I flew like a flash,  tore open the shutter  and threw up the sash.  The moon on the crest  of the new fallen snow  through the luster of midday  to objects below.  When what to my wondering eyes  should appear,  but a miniatu re sleigh  and eight tiny reindeer.  The little old driver,  so lively and quick.  I knew in a moment  this must be St. Nick!  More rapid than eagles  his coursers they came  andhewhistled and shouted,  and called them by name.  Now Dasher, now Dancer, % *"  Now Prancer and Vixen,  On Comet, On Cupid,  On Donner and Blitzen!  To the top of the porch  to the top of the wall.  Now dash away, dash away!  Dash away all!  As dry leaves that before  the wild hurricane fly,  when they met with an obstacle  mount to the sky.  So up to the house-top  the coursers they flew,  with sleigh full of toys,  and St. Nicholas too.  And then in a twinkling  I heard on the roof,  the prancing and pawing  of each little hoof.  As I drew in my head  and was turning around,  down the chimney  St. Nicholas came with a bound!  He was dressed all in fur  from his head to his foot  and his clothes were all tarnished  with ashes and soot.  Abundle of toys  he had slung on his back,  and he looked like a peddler  just opening his pack.  His eyes how they twinkled,  his dimple how merry,  his cheeks were like roses,  and his nose like a cherry.  His droll little mouth  was drawn up like a bow  and the beard on his chin  was as white as the snow.  The stump of the pipe  he held tight in his teeth,  and the smoke it encircled  his head like a wreath.  He had a broad smile  and a round little belly,  that shook when he laughed,  like a bowl full of jelly!  He was chubby and plump,  a right jolly old elf,  and I laughed when I saw him,  in spite of myself.  With a wink of his eye  and a twist of his head,  soon gave me to know  I had nothing to dread.  He spoke not a word,  but went straight to his work,  and filled all the stockings  then turned with a jerk  and laying his fingers  aside of his nose,  and giving a nod  up the chimney he rose.  He sprang to his sleigh,  to his team gave a whistle,  and away they all flew,  like the down of a thistle!  But I heard him exclaim  ere he drove out of sight,  HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL  AND TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT!  i  ��� Coast News, December 21,1976.  God's  gift  t  For many tired Christmas  shoppers, even in our present  affluent society, the mad shopping spree of finding and sending  out Christmas gifts, with the  eventual monetary reckoning in  the New Year, is more of a heartache than a pleasurable experience.  If we would take a few moments to still the tumult of our  thoughts and think back to the  origin of this Christmas giving,  we can proceed with gratitude,  calm thinking, and pleasure.  Let us include with our material  gifts a spiritual gift, an uplifting  thought that can be shared and  treasured long after the material  is forgotten. There is no monetary reckoning with this spiritual  gift, and the only returns are  love and kind memories. When  you give a present, the receiver  has it and you haven't, but when  you give an uplifting thought,  you both share it and it is spontaneously multiplied.  In the words of a lovely hymn,  "AH perfect gifts are from above,  and all our blessings show...  The amplitude of God's dear  love which every heart may  know".  Carrying gifts to the Bethlehem  Babe by the wisemen of old was  not a chore, it was a pleasureable  experience; a gift of love and  appreciation to one they had  never seen before, but to whom  their spiritual consciousness  revealed would be the Word of  God made manifest in the flesh;  the man Christ Jesus. In our  giving then, let us think back to  hose wisemen of old and let  our giving be emblematical of  the spiritual thought that motivated those men to follow the  star with gifts to the Behtlehem  Babe.  Let us not forget the origins  of Christmas. Let it not become  merely a traditional time to salve  our consciences with mere mer-  rimaking and needless gift  giving.  Mary   Baker  Eddy,   the   discoverer and founder of Christian  Science,   wrote   in   Miscellany,  "Christmas to me is the reminder  of God's great gift - His spiritual  idea,   man   and   the   universe-  a gift which so transcends mortal,  material, sensual giving that the  merriment,      mad      ambition,  rivalry, and ritual of our common  ���Christmas  seem  a mockery  in  mimicry of the real worship in  commemoration      of      Christ's  coming".  J.L.Rennie  New books  Here is a list of the new books  at the Gibson's Library. Biography: A Very Double Life by  C. P. Stacey.    Sinatra by Earl  ilson. Canadiana: Nobody  'Here But Us by Moira Farrow.  The Far Side of the Street by  Bruce Hutchinson. A World of  My Own by Mike Tomkies.  Cooking: Cakes & Cake Decorating by Zoe Leigh. Crafts: Working with Gem Stones by V. A.  Firsoff. General: Trains Around  the World by Octopus. History:  Bodyguard of lies by Anthony  Cave Brown. Music: Opera  Recordings by Kenn Harris.  Sociology: The Survivor by  Terrence Des Pres. And in the  Fiction: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little  Spy by Len Deighton, Blown  Figures by Audrey Thomas.  Happy reading everyone I  Teenage fitness  The Sunshine Coast Fitness  service will be ready in the New  Year to begin a comprehensive  program for the whole peninsula.  Activities will range from lunch  hour exercise in Sechelt, to roller  skating at Pender Harbour. The  staff responsible for the program  is as follows: Robi Peters is in  the Pender harbour area, centering her attention on teenagers.  Before joining the Fitness Service, Robi was already very much  involved in organizing activities  and helping out with programs.  She.has a head start by being  aware of the need in her area.  Even after living in Pender Harbour 14 years, Robi feels there  are still many things teenagers  may want that she is unaware  of. The only way of having a  successful program is communication with her, and if you have  any questions or ideas, Robi will  be more than happy to discuss  them with you, the phone number  to call is 883-9923.  Also working with teenagers  in the Gibsons area and Sechelt  area is Roxanne Reid. Having a  lot of experience to back her up,  Roxanne is ready to devote her  energies to giving teenagers a  variety of activities that the area  now lacks. She has attended a  two year Recreational Leadership  course in Toronto, worked with  deaf and blind people, taught  keep fit and dancing of all varieties and attended many workshops on areas related to fitness.  Again Roxanne is eager to hear  new ideas and to answer any  questions you may have. Basing  herself in the Sechelt office, she  may be reached by phoning  885-3611.  The secretary for the service  is Joy Smith. Over the twelve  years that Joy has been on the  Auxiliary  Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary met December 13th with 24  members present. Mrs. Madeline Grose presided. Correspondence showed thanks from the  Hospital Administrator for two  mechanical card shufflers and  Miss Harrold kindly accepted  the invitation to install the officers for 1977, at our January  10th meeting. We have 34 paid  up members and 8 new and 4  associate members joined at the  Coffee Party.  Report from the Co-ordinating  Council shows a great amount  of work done and all branches  have made generous contributions. Several birthdays and  holiday parties for the patients  are coming up soon. More knitted baby outfits are needed in  the Gift Shop and wool for knitting may be obtained from the  Gift Shop Committee.  The Volunters' Annual Meeting will be January 17th at 11:00  a.m. at St. Hildas Hall. Bring  your lunch.  The report of our coffee party  was favourable and rewarding.  Plans were made for a special  luncheon in conjunction with the  installation of officers January  10th.  Sound Construction  Carpenter-Contractor  Interior Finishing  \       >.  House. Framing  Concrete Form Work  \      V  Gary Wallinder    886-2316  Box 920       GibsonsX  peninsula she has given her assistance to a variety of community  services, as a result she is an  excellent resource person for the  rest of the staff. Using this  knowledge and her office experience, Joy keeps all the office  business in order and assists  the co-ordinator.  The Co-ordinator is Susan Mil-  burn. She has attended a' two  year recreational leadership  course in Vancouver, worked  several years teaching Aquatics,  volunteered for different organizations and has also attended  workshops and classes over the  years that were related to fitness. The service is very concerned with statistics on heart  disease, high blood pressure and  the unconditioned general public.  The goals of the service are to  impress the importance of keeping active. Where so many  things today give us excuses to  forget our bodies, the fitness  service is here to remind us that  we only have one body, and we  should enjoy it now to its full  potential.  New  executives 7  The Gibsons Volunteer Fire  Department held their annual  election of officers last week.  Among those firemen voted  into the new executive are:  Chief Bill Phillips, Assistant  Chief Carl Horner, Training  Officer Brian Knowles, Captains  V. Bothwell and D. Carmichael  as well as Lieutenants W. Duncan  and M. Buckmaster.  Ken Fiedler will be acting as  Chairman of their meetings while  the position of secretary is taken  up by Don Devlin. The Club  Manager will be S. Turner with  the publicity handled by G.  Hogue.  Auxiliary luncheon  The regular meeting and the  annual luncheon meeting of the  Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital were held on December  9th at 11:00 a.m. in St. Hilda's  Church Hall. Mrs. Valerie Wilson, who is the Lower Mainland  Area Representative of the B.C.  H.A.A., was warmly welcomed  by the 55 members who were in  attendance.  President Mrs. Betty Monk,  drew attention to the need of  more knitted baby dothes, woollen toys, shawls, etc. for the Gift  Shop in the Hospital lobby.  Anyone who can help in this work  should leave the item at the gift  shop.  The members unanimously  voted a sincere thank you to Mrs.  Dorothy Carter for her years of  work as Volunteer Chairman.  Mrs. Humm announced that on  January 28th a bridge party will  be held in St. Hilda's Hall. Further particulars will be forthcoming.  A number of members offered  to assist Mrs. Eggins at the  Christmas party for the Extended  Care patients.  Following the adjournment of  the monthly meeting, the annual  meeting was held. Yearly reports  from all committees were read  and filed. Total hours of service  to the patients by the auxiliaries  amounted to 4303 hours. Particular appreciation was expressed to  the Thrift Shop workers for their  contribution which exceeded  all previous records.  Mrs. Monk presented Mrs.  Humm with the auxiliary pin for  her outstanding service as a  member ofthe Sechelt Auxiliary.  Her enthusiasm and dedication  make her a most deserving recipient of our appreciation.  At the close of the business  session and election and installation of officers for the coming  term was held. Mrs. Ada Dawe  conducted the election and Mrs.  Valerie Wilson installed the  following officers:  President: Mrs. Billie Steele,  Treasuere: Mrs. Doreen Jenkins,  First Vice-Pres.: Miss Chris  Ward. Secretary: Miss Kay  Purdy, Second Vice-Pres.: Mrs.  Lynne Wilson, Publicity: Mrs.  Jeanne Lear.  Mrs. Wilson then spoke to the  members bringing news and information regarding the duties  and accomplishments of area  representatives. She     gave  especially high praise to the  peninsula auxiliaries for their  excellent work in bringing so  much comfort and pleasure to  patients in the hospital. Those  members who had met Mrs.  Wilson at the Area conference  held last spring in Sechelt, were  delighted to renew acquaintance  with her.  The outgoing President, Mrs.  Monk, closed the meeting with  an expression of thanks to all  who have so able supported her  during her term of office. She  then extended an invitation to  all present to enjoy the delicious  luncheon which the ladies of  St. Hilda's prepared.  The first meeting of 1977 will  be held at 2:00 p.m. on January  13th in St. Mary's Hall.  To all our friends we wish the  compliments of the season and  happiness in the New Year.  UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA  SPECIAL SERVICES  Christmas EveCelebrations:  St. Johns (Davis Bay) - 8:00 p.m.  Gibsons -11:00 p.m.  December 26- Worship as usual  St. John's (Davis Bay)-9:30a.m.  Gibsons-11:15a.m.  CHILDREN'SCHRISTMAS PAGEANT  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH  Tuesday, December21st, at 7:00 p.m.  for house plants  With the holiday season upon  us, many people will be leaving  for extended periods of time to  celebrate the new year. This  poses a problem for many plant  owners who have too many plants  to 'lend" a few to a neighbour to  care for in their absence. The  bathroom becomes an excellent  place to turn into a nursery for  plants.  Initially, gather together the  most delicate and moisture loving  plants. Place these plants in the  bathtub, the tallest ones to the  wall and the shortest ones to  the front. You'll need a sheet  of plastic measuring 4 inches  longer than the length of your  tub and at least twice the width.  With strong paper weights or  moisture resistant tape secure the  plastic sheet along the edge of  the tub. The other long edge of  the plastic can then be taped to  the far wall over the plants. This  creates a hothouse atmosphere  with a high level of humidity  within the 'tent'. The condensation forming on the inside walls  of the plastic will keep the plants  inside watered for the duration  of your absence. If the bathroom  has only a minimum amount of  natural light, it may be necessary  to leave the overhead light on  until you return.  The other hardier plants may  be grouped together around the  bathroom. Cactus and succulents  can be left for up to a month without watering, in a moderately  sunny location, free of drafts.  Plants such as philodendron  and century plants should be  grouped together either in the  bathroom sink or in a pebble  filled tray.    If using a tray it  CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO ALL  OURFRIENDS--  From Pam and Ray Boothroyd and  Yvonne Hovden  should be filled with water  up to the level of the pebbles.  If any of your plants are flowering at the time of your departure  it would be advisable to either  clip the flowers and put the plant  in the tub or give it to a neighbour  to 'babysit' until you return.  For taller plants that won't  fit in your bathtub, ceramic 'plant  watchers' can be purchased at  almost any plant store. These  are ceramic figures hollowed out  which hold up to 2 cups of water.  The 'plant watcher' secretes  measured amounts of water for  an extended period of time.  Elves  hampers  The Sunshine Coast Elves  Club have been busy making sure  that no one is forgotten this  Christmas.  The ambitious little elves have  packed and distributed a total  of 107 hampers with a total of  2710 food items contained. A  further bonanza gift of 527 toys  have also been distributed.  The hampers include such traditional Christmas items as hams,  turkeys, Christmas cake and  vegetables as well as such necessities as fruit, babyfood and milk.  The hampers have already been  delivered to needy families from  Port Mellon right through to  Egmont.  The club wish to extend their  sincerest thanks to all the local  businessmen and personal contributors who helped to make this  years campaign so successful.  GUS  Dec. 26, 27, 28, 29.  GUMBALL RALLY  Dec. 30, 31. Jan. 1st.  Mature  Some violence  Frequent coarse  Language.  FAMILY PLOT  Alfred Hitchcock  Jan. 2, 3, 4,5.  Mature  The Theatre wil I  close from Dec. 19  through25 inclusive.  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons     886-2827  UNEMPLOYMENT! NSURANCE  COMMISSION  CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE  Change of Service - Sechelt  Effective immediately, the Unemployment  Insurance Commission will be in the office at  1243 Wharf St., Sechelt  Every Wednesday, from  9 am  to 3  pm  to provide a claims inquiry service.  Canada   Manpower  will   be   there  e ery  Thursday, 9:30 amto2:15 pm.  In addition, theofficewill be open Tuesdays,  from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm to receive inquiries  only.  The true meaning of Christmas stems ���  from the message, that heralded His  birth... "Peace on Earth, Good Will to  All Men". We wish a generous share of  spiritual happiness for you.  And we take this opportunity to thank  you for your friendly good will. A Coast News, December 21,1976.  ���   \     <& 'f   ^'*    %      '   'A       '        \  CHRISTMAS GREETINGS  to all OUR FRIENDS  In lieu of Christmas Cards the  following donated to the Gibsons  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital.  Mrs. Margaret Jones  Ida & Lome Leslie  Ian, Barb, Heather & DeannaCattanach  Rob & Rene Jardine  Mrs. L. Baldwin  Joe & Edna Bellerive  The Jamieson Family  Alice & Art Cherry  Ken & Helen Strange  Sabina Gardner  Daisy & Frank Bailey  Andre, Belle, Raymond & Bonita Dube  Tom & Elinor Penfold  Marge & Wally Langdale  Mrs. Marguerite Myers  Sally Thompson  Marie Scott  Oney DeCamp  Dorothy Rose  Grove & Marion Proulx  Dorothy & Herb Steinbrunner  Carl & Doreen Gust  Jean Moore  Anne Burns  Don & Eszter Andow  Kay & Ed Butler  Jim & Isabel Fraser  Eunice Young  Vince, Dot & Kim Bracewell  Frank & Hilda Girard  Mr. & Mrs. O. Fosdal  Lome & Dooley Mason  Mr. & Mrs. C. Beacon  May Lovell  Mr. & Mrs. James R. Munro  Al & Lil Olson  Vi & Horry Harris  Evelyn & Don MacKay & Family  Bill & Nancy Douglas & Family  Ida Lowther  Fred & Mary Stenner  Bill & Helen Weinhandl & Family  Lome & Amy Blain  Norris & Nancy Nygren & Family  Bill, Bonnie, Clay &CoreyNimmo  May & Guy Winning  Dick & Marilyn Ranniger&Family  Earle & Ethel Bingley  Inger & Si vert Vedoy & Girls  Jim & Verl Hobson & Family  Clem Cruickshank  Margaret Thatcher  Bob & Elaine Crosby  Bill & Georgina Nasadyk  Marlene & Dick Blakeman  ^&&NN& ^ V  The most precious gifts of the Holy Season  are those of the heart. To friends and neighbors  ... our gi'atitude for your loyal support.  Steve Phelps, Bob Stevens, Tom Stenner,  Jim Brand, Allan and Rosemary Jamieson.  Jamieson Automotive  Highway 101, Gibsons  xk*%.  $&"  May each moment of this joyous  holiday season add up to  an abundance of lovely  memories. Special  thanks to all.  Ken DeVries & Son  Floorcoverings Ltd.  Now in Gibsons and Sechelt  MERRY  CHRISTMAS  From our family to  yours...wishes for  a joyous holiday. Hope  it's filled with  friendly good cheer.  We appreciate  patronage shown us.  From the management  and staff of  KENS LUCKY DOLLAR FOODS  in Lower Gibsons  In lieu of Christmas cards, the following have donated  to the Gibsons Kiwanis Senior Citizens:  Vern, Jo, Wendi & Jeff Rottluff  Roy & Grethe Taylor  Ozzie & Rita Hincks  Mrs. Ethel Bryant  John & Doreen Matthews  Lome & Amy Blain  Reg & Ruth Godgrey  Linda, Felix, Lorena, Joleen Cameau  George & Gloria Hostland  Marlene & Dick Blakeman  Mickey & Doris Parsey  Sunshine Coast T.V.  Sales and Service  Cowrie St. Sechelt  J  May your Christmas be merry and bright;  your New Year full of all good things.  JOHN HARRISON REFRIDGERATION  and APPLIANCE SALES and SERVICE  886-9959  Box 550, Gibsons  With most  sincere hopes  that peace and  happiness be  with us all.  Many thanks.  Tideline Plumbing  886-9414  It gives us great pleasure to greet  you and to extend our warm, sincere thanks,  from Richard & Staff  Richards Mens Wear  Sunnycrest Plaza  Gbsons  t;  Pizza, Steak  & Lobster House  886-2268  mik        hi this season of happy thoughts and warm  i;; .rts, we extend a special "Thanfcypju" to all our good  friends and patrons for your confidence,  loyalty and support... a Merry Christmas to all!  Holiday Hours  Christmas Eve. -11am-10pm  Christmas Day -CLOSED  Boxing Day-4 pm-10pm  New Year's Eve. -11 am -10 pm  New Years Day - CLOSED  January 2nd - 4 pm- 10 pm  '# Coast News, December 21,1976.  ��'Exuberant performance'  ���  t  Reviewed byH. Sum  The large audience at last  Thursday (Dec. 16th) night's  performance of "Mr. Scrooge"  were treated to an exuberant  performance. Surely what stands  out in this co-operative production by The Driftwood Players  and Elphinstone High School was  its high spirited cast. Some roles  had that very personal touch  which highlighted the play immeasurable. Even small supporting parts exhibited flair.  Take the role of the Ghost of  Christmas Present as interpreted  by Ian Corrance. Instead of portraying the traditional benevolent  spirit we're all familiar with, Ian  took advantage of the cantankerous side of his nature to present  us with an amusingly wry, vindictive ghost. Aided with a tall  walking stick and fully dressed  in Scottish Highlands regalia,  this Ghost of Christmas Present  gleefully and sarcastically  nudged at Scrooge's bitter conceit.  Such inventiveness was not  alone. Marley's ghost, played by  Terry Karkabe, was a most  haunting creature. With a goul-  ish chalky face, accented by red,  sleepless eye-scckets, this Marley  dragged his chains with a chilling  presence. His strong wailful  voice and contorted stupor  shrewdly depicted the ghastly  remorse of Scrooge's forlorn  partner.  What good fortune to have had  the vocal talents of Mavis Christmas and Joan Robb for this gala  occasion! Mavis, who played an  endearing Mrs. Cratchitt, roused  her family into singing a contemptuous yet rhythmic number  denouncing that tightwad in  question:  "Who else will rob a blind man  blind, And take away his walking  stick as well?   Who's fonder of  his money than 1 am of you?  Mr. Scrooge!"  Joan Robb as young Scrooge's  Isabel and Alexis Davison as Mrs.  Fezziwig assessed the pros and  cons of togetherness in a buoyant,  philosophic number entitled  "Marriage is....".  Although the vocal strength  of the chorus numbers was inconsistent, certain ones were  enthusiastic enough to feature  the seasonal atmosphere. Mr.  Fezziwig's (George Matthews)  jovial direction on "Ding Dong  Merrily on High" was particularly strong and festive. Credit  must be extended to Adrian  Stott, not only for his piano accompaniment on all the numbers,  but also for the clever adaptation  in Sharkey's song, "I'm a perfectly honest man" to the tune of  the opera Carmen.  The impact of certain scenes  was lost through some lighting  slips, but the fine, Olde England  sets and exacting period costumes greatly inspired in propelling the show's star antagonist;  Mr. Scrooge. Geoff Madoc-  Jones' rendition of the old penny-  pincher has to be hailed as first  class. His bountiful repertoire  ranged from vile crustiness to  skippy daffness. His energy was  never at a lost for animated  frowns, miserly cringes or zesty  giddiness. Why the snivelling  wretch was on cue everytime!  Mr. Madoc-Jones' portrayal of  Scrooge's nature was never so  bitter that you couldn't help but  identify with the actor's underlining parody and self-effacement. He was having fun with  his role. We all shared in his  frolic.  Ken Dalgleish's production  was of a keen calibre. The community surely must welcome his  theatre group's future endeavours.  Health  clinic  The Pender Harbour and Area  Health clinic auxiliary wish to  thank everyone for baking and  gifts etc. which made our December 4th event a great success.  Bargain Barn is doing very well.  The next meeting will be  January 26th, 1977, 7:30 p.m.  at the clinic.  Happy Holidays to all!  CHRISTMAS  Flickering candlelight... a  scent of Christmas greens... the nearness  of dear ones make the holidays bright. We hope  to continue serving you in the future.  Ken and Sharen- Dave and Mel  COASTAL TIRES  Highway 101, Gibsons  CONSULT US FOR ALL  YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS  MEMBER ��� MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  YOUR AUTO PLAN CENTRE  Phone 886-2000 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  Wishing everyone  A Merry Christmas  and a Happy New Year  from K. BUTLER  and STAFF  SEASIDE PLAZA  LISTINGS WANTED  DROP IN AND SEE US  Norm Peterson ��� 886-2607  Horizons  "Farewell Sousa" was the film  shown at the last meeting of  Elphinstone New Horizons. It  featured the brass band and  people of a Canadian town, a  pleasant change from the wildlife documentaries.  A unique competition was  held to select a permanent home  for this news column. Out of the  many entries submitted, the two  considered most descriptive were  put to a general ballot resulting  in the following preference:  1. "Happy Horizons" submitted by Mrs. Edith Walton.  2. "News Horizons" by Mr.  Jim Ironside.  Close behind were "The  Creekers" (or Creakers?), and  "Happy Gang" which indeed  we are. Under this title then, the  column will keep the Coast  residents informed as to our role  in the general area; who we are;  where we are; and the services  we provide in social and recreational activities for the "over  fifties" in the local community  of Roberts Creek.  A hearty vote of thanks is  extended to the Royal Canadian  Legion, Branch #219 for their  generous donation of $200.00  to the good and welfare of our  New Horizons group. Such support from another community  group to the seniors is a particularly encouraging gesture of good  will.  Our "Get Well" wishes are  extended to Mr. Cliff Gilker  presently in St. Mary's Hospital,  and Dr. R. S. Woodsworth who  is re-cpuperating at home. We  hope to see you both back in  action in the near future.  Our monthly birthday cake  was shared by five members:  Mrs. Madeline Grose, Mrs. Gwen  Hicks, Mrs. Betty Merrick, Mrs.  Downes, and Mr. Bill Grose, our  co-ordinator. During the candle  blowing and cake cutting ceremonies, the group sang "Happy  Birthday".  All concerned are advised that  the meetings of Mondays Dec.  27th and Jan. 3rd. 1977 are suspended due to the month end  festivities but we will be back in  action on Monday, January 10th,  for another season of fellowship  and fun.  Extracts from a recent "Silver  Threads" magazine read: "The  race horse is the only animal  that can take thousands of people  for a ride at the same time"  and "In just a few short weeks  you'll find out how much Santa  charges to make house calls."  WANTED  Used Furniture  or What Have You  AL'S  USED FURNITURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons 886-2812  CBC Radio's gift to Christmas  listeners this year are mostly  musical - though Playhouse pre-:  sents "The Guest" by Walter  A. Kreye on December 23 with  Eric Donkin as Solomon the Innkeeper who has been shunned  and despised ever since he turned  away the Holy Family. An unexpected visitor on Christmas Eve  brings him peace and hope.  There's a children's special  "Hooray for me" starring Dinah  Christie, Tom Kneebone and  Chris Wiggins in four comic  sequences, on Christmas Eve.  Christmas stories on Nightcap.  Concern on Boxing Day studies  the myth of the Virgin Mary, its  history and development in the  Christian religion.  Christmas music will be presented nightly on Mostly Music,  on Christmas Day specials pre-"  empt Rebound at 9:05 a.m. and  Quirks and Quarks at 12:05 p.mV,  The afternoon presents an orgy  of delight for lovers of traditional  music - with the Metropolitan^  Opera's performance of Verdi's  Aida followed by the Vancouver  Bach Choir with the Vancouver  Symphony Orchestra presentation of Handel's Messiah.  On Boxing Day - a new contemporary musical version of  Hans Christian Anderson's story  of the Snow Queen, music and  lyrics by Kevin Knelman, story  adaptation by Leah Petersen,  who also sings the role of Gerda.  You will remember the stoty, the  naughty demon who runs a school  for impish goblins, the mirror  which distorts everything beautiful which shatters, scattering the  shards far and wide across the  PARTY  The Port Mellon Community  Association held a children's  Christmas Party on December  19th. A good time was had by  all.  The upcoming New Year's  Eve party will be held on December 31st in the Community Hall  from 9:00 till ? Tape music will  be played and the cost of $20.00  for members, $25.00 for non -  members includes a hot meal  and beverages.  The next annual meeting will  be held at the end of February.  world getting into people's eyes  to make everything look ugly, or  into their hearts making them  cruel. Of Kay who flies away with  the Snow Queen and the adventures of Gerda, the girl next door  who sets out to find him. The cast  includes Rudy Lavalle as Kay;  Malka as the Robber Woman;  Jane Mallett as the Flower Lady;  Ruth Springford as the Magic  Lady, and Hugh Webster as the  Goblin.  Leah Petersen was formerly  in Vancouver and appeared in  such shows as Jacques Brel,  Three-penny Opera, Brel in Concert. Kevin Knelman, guitarist  and songwriter teaches at the Eli  Kasner guitar school in Toronto.  He and Leah perform together in  concert in Toronto. The Snow  Queen is on Special Occasion at  5:05 p.m.  Wednesday December 22  Mostly   Music:       10:20    p.m.  Festival Singers of Canada with  Bishop   Strachan   School   Choir  and  the  Toronto  Boy's  Choir.  Gabrielli, Mennin, Praetorius.  Thursday December 23  Playhouse: 8:04 p.m. The Guest  by Walter A. Kreye, translated  byOttoLowry.  Jazz Radio-Canada: 8:30 p.m.  Gary Williamson Trio. Blues  Singer Big Miller.  Mostly Music: 10:20 p.m. Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.  Suite of Carols, Robert Bennett;  Scottish Christmas Rhapsody,  Eric Wild; Pot Pourri, Leroy  Anderson.  Friday December 24  Hooray for Me: 2:04 p.m. Special  for children - Pichpenny Mouse;  George and Martha, two hippopotami in a spoof on soap operas;  Wha' Happened, a take-off on  phone-ins and Jtm and the Bean-  stock.  Mostly Music: 10:20 p.m.  Festival of Nine Lesson and  Carols from Kings College Cambridge.  Nightcap:   11:20 p.m. Christmas  stories from around the world.  Christmas Day  Update:    8:30 a.m.    Round-up  of B. C. Happenings.  Christmas Musk: 9:05 a.m.  The Queen's Christmas Message:  10:04 a.m.  Between Ourselves: 1:04 p.m.  Les meres at les Filles - the  founding of the Ursuline Order in  Quebec.  IMPORTANT NOTICETOALL CUSTOMERS  OFS. M.T.COACH LINES LTD.  S. M. T. Coach Lines Ltd. has just received notice  that effective Monday, December 13th, 1976, B. C.  Ferry Service between Langdale and Horseshoe  Bay will be operated in accordance with a new winter  ferry schedule. As a result, most S. M.T. Scheduled  runs will have to be adjusted beginning the same  date, December 13th, 1976.  To avoid inconvenience to your travel plans, we  urge our patrons to contact their local S. M. T.  Depot or agent for details of our new time schedule,  before taking your trip. We regret that we were  unable to provide our customers with more advance  warning of these adjustments, and regret any inconvenience that may have resulted from same.  S.M. T. Coach Li nes Ltd.  GREETINGS  Tranquility. Serenity. Peace. May these  treasures blanket this joyous season.  For our loyal patrons, we're ever grateful.  FromAI and Dot  Pajak Electronics  in Lower Gibsons  <.< \\*#  y^  Metropolitan Opera: 2:00 p.m.  Verdi's Aida starring Martina  Arroyo in the title role.  Handel's Messiah: 6:10 p.m.  Vancouver Bach Choir and Symphony Orchestra with soloists  Alexandra Browning, Monique  Thompson, Martin Chambers and  Don Garrard.  Anthology: 10:05 p.m. Christmas essay from Morley Callog-  han. All Sales Final, short story  by Don Bailey. New poems by  Gwendolyn MacEwen.  Boxing Day  Ideas: 4:05 p.m. The Science  Court.  Special Occasion: 5:05 p.m. The  Snow Queen, a new Canadian  musical commissioned by the  CBC.  Symphony Hall: 7:05 p.m.  Montreal Symphony, Vladimir  Ashkenazy, piano, L'Etoile Noire,  Morel; Concerto, Schumann;  Eroica, Beethoven.  Symphony World: 8:30 p.m.  Vladimir Ashkenazy talks about  why Russia produces so many  great pianists.  Concern: 9:05 p.m. Virgin Mary,  Myth, Magic or Misbelief, issues  raised by Marina Warner in a  recent book.  Monday December 27  The Great Canadian Gold Rush:  8:30 p.m. Interviews with music  critics Martin Melhuish, Peter  Goddard, Jim Millican and Jeani  Read.  Mostly Music: 10:3) p.m.  Mozavteum Orchestra, Barry  Tuckwell, French Horn, all  Mozart program.  Nightcap: 11:20 p.m. The arts  scene and serial reading, weeknights.  Eclectic Circus: 12:10 p.m. Bach  to Brubeck - weeknights.  Tuesday December 28  Mostly Music: 10:20 p.m. National Arts Centre Orchestra, Vladimir Orloff, cello. Bizet, Proko-  fieff.  Everyone! Join in the spirit of  a very Happy Holiday with friends, family.  For the pleasure of serving  you, our heartfelt gratitude-  Building Supplies  Holiday Hours  Dec. 21 -24-Open8sm05pm  Dec. 25-28-CLOSED  Dec. 29- 31 -Open 8 am - 5 pin  Jan.1 -2-CLOSED  COAST  CABLEVISION  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.  Il=  SUPERIOR ELECTRIC  FOR GUARANTEED SERVICE  CALLR. SIMPKINS  885-2412  FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE Coast News, December 21,1976.  Well, sir, a while back I done a  littel story fer the Back Porch --  but it seems like under ev'ry  story there's anuther - an anuth-  er.  You peels off one, jest like the  skin of an onion, an there's  anuther waitin', jest below -  jest like Pierre the Prolific is  findin' out with sum of the shenanigans his cabinet ministers  have got themselves tangled up  in.  Anyways, that littel story had  to do with Harpo Marx - one of  the finest harpists there wus  arount - an how he never did  get arount tofiggerin' out a single  note of music.  Seems like he set a few records-  like makin' a zillion bucks, play in'  in movies with nuthin' much more  than a crumpled top hat; a red  wig...an a harp.  Like the story said, Harpo set  a few other records, too. Like,  f'rinstance, spendin' five years  in a New York primary school...  all  of 'em  in  the same  grade!  Then, too, he got trapped with  an urge fer High Education. He  spend Ten Dollars fer a half  hour with a Maestro of the Metropolitan Opera...durin' wich  time the Maestro found out a  helluva lot of tricks that wusn't  in the books. An Harpo figgered  it wus a helluva lot cheaper,  jest to go back where he cum frum  and play the harp the way he had  figgered out!  Well, sir, the way things is  goin' lately - wot with Ayrabs  blowin' up airyplanes rite an left  an the Guvmint findin' it's a  helluva job straightenin' things  out by countin' on their fingers,  becus they are all thumbs, folks  sorta get desperate.  F'rinstance, folks can burn  punk sticks an candles; they can  say Hail Mary's an count beads  an send prayers up on clouds of  incense until the Good Lord  starts chokin' an wondering  where the hell all the pollushun  is comin' frum....but you shur as  hell can't ignore the fact the Al  mighty has a message there fer  everybody.  Like, f'rinstance, Harpo Marx.  Y'see, he had been playin'  that there harp fer quite a wile,  but she wus a helluva job reach in'  the strings sumtimes. There wus  these arpeggios an things wot he  had to sorta improvise his way  arount. Like I sed, later they wus  gonna drive the maestro at the  Metroplitan nuts...becus nobody  had ever played a harp like that  before!  Anyways, Harpo took a walk  one day an sorta stumbled on this  here place where they had a picture of an Angel, playin' the harp.  It wus done real purty - an the  Angel had a halo of gold.  But wot really interested Harpo  wus the fact that the Angel wus  restin' the harp sorta diffrunt.  Y'see, folks, Harpo had become one of the greatest harpists  the world has ever knowd -  restin' the harp on the wrong  shoulder!  �� The Perfect Gift for Christmas e  NDP Bookstore  in Gibsons Landing  a Good selection of children's books  ��� Logging and Forestry  ��� Canadiana  ��� B. C. Shipping & Marine life  Best wishes for the Season  from your vol unteer staff.  If)  M  &'  Lapidary  While browsing in Gibsons  Library, be sure to note the lapidary display case put there by  the Sunshine Coast Lapidary  and Crafts Club. The current  display features B. C. jade,  showing it as it is found by the  avid rockhound, then slabbed and  made into pen stands, jewelry,  etc. by lapidary.  The display will be changed  every few weeks.  The local club had display cases  cases in the Gem Craft Show in  Vancouver in October, and later  in the Powell River Show.  Anyone interested in joining  the club can phone president  Jack Chappell at 886-9204 or  secretary Ev Vernon at 886-2887.  Mule scores  Where but in a Walt Disney  movie would there be a mule who  kicks field goals? For the family,  "Gus" is ideal fun and boasts  an unusually large cast of familiar  names and faces. Making their  Disney debuts are Edward Asner  and Gary Grimes. They join  regulars Don Knotts and Tim  Conway, who oddly are not  teamed here, Tom Bosley and  Liberty Williams in the main  roles. Title part is played by  a mule.  Screen play by Arthur Alsberg  and Don Nelson, based on a story  by Ted Key, uses the premise  that National Football League  rules do not eliminate the possibility of a non-human player.  Director Vincent McEveety and  the energetic cast make the most  of this situation and there are  many funny moments. A lengthy  supermarket sequence is pure  slapstick and tends to indicate  that a mule on the loose is nothing  out of the ordinary. Don't miss it!  Harmony party  Shown drawing the winning ticket is Mrs. IdaDcCamp. The wedding doll and suitcase of  clothes were won by Mrs.Reader. The draw was sponsored by the Gibsons Hospital  Auxiliary. Mrs.A. Whiting (centre) and Mrs. Oncy DeCamp made the clothes  Honorable Members, as they  say in Parliament, this will be a  short notice and is in reference  to our New Years Eve party.  There has been such a demand  for tickets that it has snowballed  out of all proportions. I regret  to say that we can only accomodate 130 people, and Branch #38  members with a 1976 membership card will be given preference. I am extremely sorry about  all this but as I have said, we  cannot accomodate any more.  Tickets will be on sale at Harmony Hall on Wednesday of next  week, December 22nd. To get  your tickets be sure to bring your  1976 membership card for positive identification, as we don't  want to have any foul-ups and  dissapointed members, it will be  a matter of first come, first  served and no tickets will be  issued to anyone who does not  present themselves at the hall.  Hopefully we will have more  chairs during the coming year  and trust that "we will be able to  accomodate more for parties  during 1977. We are just getting  our feet on solid ground, and did  not realize the effects that our  Raffle  The Community Resource  Society Christmas raffle was  drawn on December 15th. Winner of the hand hooked wool rug  was Bea Swanson of Sechelt,  and the patchwork hooked rug  was Judy Mathon, also of Sechelt.  The purpose of the raffle was  to raise money for the Community  Resource Society's many projects. While the society requires  funds to operate its services, new  members are sought to assist  the society in its work.  Membership may be obtained  at the office in Sechelt above the  Credit Union.  MINIBUS  NEW NUMBER  The Community Resource Society's Mini-  Bus Service has a new telephone number:  885-5012  Make a noteof this please.  (j/mitma4$mllnqk  To all our friends and customers  The management and staff of  CEDARSINN  GOLDEN BARREL  ANCHOR MOTEL  We will be closed from Dec. 23 to Jan. 13  inclusive   first New Years party would  have. But that is the way the ball  bounces and 1 am sorry to have to  advise you of this. We are doing  our best to accomodate as many  as possible but 130 is the limit  we can take. I am sorry we cannot accept any guests unless  there are tickets left over, which I  doubt very much, but as I hope  you realize, we have to look after  our own members first, as it is  them who have donated time and  money to get the hall built and  I really think they should be the  first to receive consideration.  Dinner will be served at 8:00  p.m. so all you members attending please bring along your  casseroles or whatever you wish  to bring. Our Convenors will  appreciate anything you wish to  bring, they are working very haid  to make this party a success and  I am sure it will be, so members, I  urge you to come along and help  out on this occasion as they need  your help. If you would like to  phone re: the party, contact Eva  Oliver at 886-2351.  The hours for the ticket sales  will be between 1:00 - 4:00 p.m  Wednesday December 22nd at  Harmony Hall. This is all the  news I have for you at this time  so I will close by wishing you all  a Very Merry Christmas and a  Safe, Happy and Prosperous New  Year. See you at the New Years  Eve Party!  Pender Harbour Auxili  The annual meeting ofthe Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital was held on  Wednesday, November 24th with  35 members and 2 guests present. Before the meeting began,  we had a delicious lunch, which  was catered by Helen Robertson.  Win Course said grace.  After lunch Jean Paterson presented our annual cheque to the  Co-ordinating Council, to Evelyn  Olson, who is president of the  Council. Ten-year spoons were  given to Isobel Gooldrup and Jean  Sladey and a spoon was given to  Hazel Dietz, who is leaving the  district. Tokens of appreciation  were given to Doreen Webb and  Irene Hodgson.  The minutes of the last annual  meeting were read by Irene Temple and the officers and chairmen  of various committees gave their  annual reports. Then Jakie Donnelly, Nominating Chairman,  read the names of those who had  agreed to stand for office and  there being no further nominations, they were elected by acclamation. The new officers  are: President Mrs. Eileen Alexander; First Vice-President Mrs.  Jean Prest; Second Vice-President Mrs. Norma Carswell;  Secretary Mrs. Jean Wittaker;  Treasurer Mrs. Pat Fraser; Publicity Mrs. Elspeth Logan.  &  ��  HAPPY CHRISTMAS  To all our friendsand customers  from the staff of  THE ARBUTUS TREE  in Beautiful  Down TownGibsons.  ft  ATTIC ANTIQUES  Will be closed  for Holidays  Re-openingJanuary 14  ANNOUNCEMENT  Commencing in January, 1977, the  Gibsons  Medical Clinic  will be  CLOSEDONSATURDAYS  Patients needing med ical  assistance or information  please contact the doctor  oncallatthehospital:  MEDICAL CLINIC NUMBER:  885-2224  Jean Paterson read a bit about  the history of the auxiliary since  its beginnings in 1937 and then  Mrs. Elsa Warden added some of  her memories of the auxiliary in  its earlier days. She has been  a member since 1947. She mentioned that the first fund raising  project of the auxiliary was a  dance, which netted a profit of  $11.00. Mrs. Warden then installed the officers in an impressive candle light ceremony.  Lila Wiggins was appointed  to look after crafts, Nell Lilling-  ton   "Sunshine",  Irene Temple  ary  Volunteers, Irene McKenzie Tea,  Ruth Schafer Telephone and  scrap book, Elspeth Logan and  Jakie Donnelly Bursary, Win  Course Custodian ofthe Saucer.  Evelyn Olson presented our  retiring President Jean Paterson  with a Past President's pin.  Pat Fraser thanked Mrs.  Warden for installing the officers  and Mrs. Warden was given a  lovely floral centerpiece which  was made by Lou Farrell.  The piano playing of Alice  Haddock was much enjoyed by  all.  o  CHRISTMAS \ /GREETINGS  We wish you happy holidays,  and lake this opportunity to thank  you for the continued loyally  and confidence you have shown us.  Twin Creek  Building Supplies  Gibsons 886-2291  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE  The Regional District offioes will be CLOSED on  December 24th, December 27th, 1976 and January  3, 1977.  The Regional Board meeting regularly scheduled  for the last Thursday of December is CANCELLED.  The Statutory Meeting of the Regional Board will  held on Thursday, January6,1977 at 7:30 p.m.  be  (Mrs) A. G. Pressley  Secretar y-Tr eas u rer  j^\DE PLt/%^  Howe Sound  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  Lv Horseshoe Bay  9:10 am     5:10 pm  11:25 7:30  1:40 pm   10:00  Lv Langdale  8:00 am     4:00 pm  10:15 6:20  12:30 pm     8:40  H Jervis Inlet  SECHELT PENINSULA-POWELL RIVER  Lv Earls Cove  Lv Salte  ry Bay  9:15 am     6:30 pm  8:15am  5:30 pm  1:15            8:30  10:15  7:30  1:15 pm   10:30  12:15pm  9:30  4:30  3:30  H  Bowen Island  CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SAILINGS  Thefollowing sailings will be cancelled  CHRISTMAS DAY and NEW YEAR'S DAY:  Lv Bowen Island  (Snug Cove)  6:45 am  Lv Vancouver  (Horseshoe Bay)  7:15am  British Columbia Ferries  ���  h  *, Coast News, December 21,1976  rocks  by Pat Edwards  This week's column will, besides being short, be the last one  until 1977. Everyone seems to  be busy with holiday preparations so there isn't much curling  news.  The rink will be open for league  curling until December 23 and  will re-open on January 2nd for  the Sunday morning Hangover  League.  If you would like to curl during  the holidays, give Gus Schneider  a call either at the rink, 886-7512  or at home, 886-9906.    It might  help to wear off a little of that  Christmas turkey 1  There are still a few tickets  available for the New Years Eve  party.     Non-curlers are invited  too, so if you are interested, call  Harry Turner at 886-2184.  Very best wishes to all of you  for a happy holiday season, and  good curling in 1977.  Snow fun?  Local bowler rolls a 400 game  All the Tetrahedron Ski Club  needs now is snow! The facilities  are adequate and the club is  negotiating with a logging company to keep the road plowed  so you'll be able to drive with  chains and park one mile from  an 8' x 40' trailer which is parked  at the 2,200 foot level of Mount  Elphinstone. From this point  you can wind your way, by alternate routes, to a shake and log  cabin at the 3,800 foot level.  You can cross country ski for  seven miles on some of the most  beautiful alpine terrain in the  world, and enjoy the breathtaking  view from atop Mt. Elphinstone.  The club feels that 100 miles  of cross country trails could  easily be made by using the  existing old logging roads. Members are active year round.  In the summer they alternate  their weekends, between work  parties up the mountain, canoeing and picnic parties. Last summer they canoed from Tuwanek  to Snake Bay Beach, Halfmoon  Bay to Secret Cove and on Saginaw Lake.   The person who has  the most knowledge of the area  designates a spot where they  all meet to picnic.  For basic ski equipment cost,  some of the chain stores supply  a package deal which includes  skis, bindings, pole and boots  from $80.00 to $190.00.  While staunch members keep  a close eye on snow conditions  up the mountain, you might be  interested in knowing how to  join the club, or you might like  to try it out to see if skiing is your  forte, you're welcome to join in  on a weekend excursion.  To join the Tetrahedron Ski  Club, meetings are held at the  Roberts Creek Elementary School  the first Thursday of every month  at 8:00 p.m., or you can phone  Stan Anderson at 885-2385.  400 Club  The winner this week of the  Lions 400 Club draw is Robert  Latham of Gibsons. Mr. Latham  will receive $100.00, just in time  for last minute Christmas shopping.  For some reason I've been  missing Bonnie MScConnell's  300 games this year. Two weeks  ago she rolled a 303 single in  the Classic League and I missed  it! Last week she made sure  that I wouldn't miss her game by  rolling a 401 single in the Wed.  Coffee League. Bonnie started  with a spare, had 8 straight  strikes, spared a corner pin in  the tenth and took 13 pins on her  last ball. To roll a 300 game  is tremendous, to roll a 400 game  is something special. So congratulations again Bonnie for a  real nice game from all us 'Bowlers'.  In the Classic League last  week Bonnie rolled a 316 single,  Freeman Reynolds had a 308  single and Gwen Edmonds came  through with a 333 single and was  high lady with a 4 game total  of 992.  In the Gibsons 'A' League,  Paddy Richardson rolled a 308  single, Romy Talento had a 300  single and in a rolloff for the  Phuntastique League, Orbita  delos Santos had a 301 single.  In the  Y.B.C.  Major League  Sunday night, Don Slack rolled  a single game of 346.  As I said before, the scores  just keep getting better and as  the leagues are finishing off the  year with parties this will be the  last report until next years, so  Merry Christmas from all of us  to all of you.  Highest Games: Classic:  Bonnie McConnell 316-917,  Gwen Edmonds 333-992, Freeman Reynolds 308-1021. Tuesday  Coffee: Shirley Macey 227-600,  Marnie Baba 261-605. Swingers:  Belle Wilson 196-518, Phil Fletcher 198-497, Art Smith 192-521.  Gibsons 'A': Marie Swallow 267-  618, Mavis Stanley 222-624,  Paddy Richardson 308-663, Maiy  Braun 255-680, Orbita delos  Santos 235-647, Brian Eldridge  242-642, Art Holden 273-709,  Romy Talento 300-725. Wednesday Coffee: Darlene Maxfield  243-646, Bonnie McConnell 401-  894. Ball & Chain: Phyllis  Gurney 272-672, Al Lovrich 260-  676, Al Hunter 275-679. Phuntastique: Barb Bradshaw 231-616  Sharon   Draus   240-656,   Orbita  delos Santos 301-729, Mel Buck-  master 267-675. Y.B.C. Bantams: Michele Whiting 168-305,  Linda Harding 200-323, Brian  Webber     166-284. Seniors:  Judith Spence 241-638, Louise  MacKay 278-673, Don MacKay  218-611, Jeff Mulcaster 252-653.  JOHN'S  LANDSCAPING  ��� Instant   lawns  or seeded  lawn and garden.  ��� Maintenance  ��� Complete    concrete    and  stone work.  ��� Tree pruning  ��� Sreened topsoil  ��� Bark mulch and shrubbery  ��� Complete line of fencing  886-7152  mJvf -i   Af  ., i  WB rr -v' JLVJLerrlly> we sing our\  ��^f thanks and warm wishes for harmony l$f  and joy through Christmas.  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL THRIFT SHOP  CLOSED DEC. 22, REOPEN JAN. 8, 1976  19fl.oz.  10 oz.  Co-op Fancy  FRUIT COCKTAIL  Libby's Unswt.  ORANGE JUICE  Cream Libby's Fancy  CORN  Highliner Smoked  OYSTERS  Small Deveined  SHRIMP Marvelous  Shrimp  COCKTAIL SAUCE  Co-op Choice  TOMATOES  Sun-Rype  Apple  PIE FILLING  Kellogg's  SPECIAL K  Nabob Instant  COFFEE  Co-op Soft  MARGARINE  Co-op Stuffed Manz.  OLIVES  Coleman's Hot English  MUSTARD  Kleenex Facial  TISSUE  Co-op Snack  CRACKERS  Worldwide     13 oz.Tin _*���_._-__.  MIXED NUTS $1.29  E. D. Smith   Garden Cocktail _#�����������/*  JUICE -��.-��� 65q  Tuffy's _#*_g^  NUTS & BOLTS J 1.09  Crest �����_#%/��  TOOTHPASTE     - 59c  Glad  POLY KITCHEN BAGS,�� 53��  C0'0P **mW-   S��  BLEACH   i.n.��.95c  14fl.OZ.  14fl.oz.  4fl.oz.  8fl.oz.  35��  19fl.oz. "T^  $1 19  15fl.oz.     JLm JL il*  $2.89  49c  95c  45c  55c  89*  V    v  1 lb.  12fl.oz.  31/2fl.OZ.  200's  16 oz.  Co-op Mixed  VEGETABLES  89*  Co-op Chopped  BROCCOLI  89c  Co-op Baby Whole  CARROTS  $1.09  Aunt Jemima   Apple Cinnamon  WAFFLES  59*  Prices Effective:  Wed.Thur. Fri.  Dec. 22,23, 24.  .  We reserve the right  to limit quantities.  CO-OP  Xmas Store Hours  Mon. Dec. 20...9 am - 6 pm  Tue. Dec. 21...9 am - 6 pm  Wed. Dec. 22...9 am - 9 pm  Thur Dec. 23...9 am - 9 pm  Fri. Dec. 24...9am - 5:30 pm  Store closed Dec. 25, 26, 27.  YOUR  Phone 886-2552  coopn FOOD SERVICE CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C. Coming  Events  Personal  Opportunities        Work Wanted  BINGO  Every Monday night at  8:00 p.m., R.C. Legion  Branch 109 (Gibsons).  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, corner of Seaview  Road. Just 5 min. up from  Gibsons village centre. All ages,  races, creeds welcome. 886-9443  Announcements  Love all the world a little every  day!  Tomorrow may be too late!  Observation  Imagination  Consultation  Co-operation  Action!  Don't live a wooden life. Our  ancestors dreamed -- or you  wouldn't be reading this in a comfortable existence. By sharing  with all mankind we insure our  continuation and progress forward. Baha'is of the Sunshine  Coast. 886-2078 886-9443 and  485-4138  Lunch hour exercises to begin  Jan. 10th in Sechelt (Mon. Wed.  & Thurs.) 12 noon to 1 p.m. in  Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  Jan. 11th in Gibsons Health Unit  (Tues. & Fri.) Information:  Fitness Service 885-3611.  During December the Women's  Centre will be open on Wed. only  from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  For further info call 885-3711.  Donations will be received at  the Bank of Montreal, Gibsons,  in lieu of Christmas cards.  Donations are in aid of Kiwanis  . Senior Citizens Housing.  Winner of the Legion Ladies  Auxiliary Xmas turkey and hamper draw Dec. 4th was Mrs.  Elsie Earles.  Peninsula    Transport will    be  closed  Dec.   24 - 27 inclusive.  !New  Years 31 - 2nd inclusive.  Open Jan. 3rd.  . Roberts Creek Community Assoc.  ; regular monthly meeting will not  ���be held December 15.  ��� 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   p.m.,  1770   Bal's   Lane   -   886-9443.  All Welcome!  Support Peninsula Recycling with  your glass (cleaned), tin (cleaned  with   ends  &  labels   removed),  (crushed if possible) and paper  '(bundled if possible).   Depots at  .Sunnycrest Plaza, Lower Gibsons,  ;SecheIt   on   Porpoise   Bay   Rd.  -Roberts Creek by P.O., Madeira  'Park, Garden Bay and Egmont.  . 885-3811 for more information.  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 Farmers  Institute.  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 Open Bible Store  (and library), Marine Drive,  Gibsons.   Hours: Tues. 1-5 p.m.  Fri.   4-6   p.m.,   Sat.   1-5   p.m.  Bible Study  7:30 Saturday nights.   Sincerest Seasons Greetings to  all my friends & customers. In  lieu of Xmas cards a donation  has been made to the B. C. Save  the Children Fund.  John Hind-Smith.   The U.C.W. Thrift shop will be  closed Dec. 24th - 31st. Merry  Christmas to all our customers.  Women's Centre: Drop-in Centre  lending library, workshops, crafts  Crises & information: open Tues.  through Sat. 11:00 am - 4:00 pm.  Roberts Creek behind Post Office  phone 885-3711.  To our many friends & neighbors  who assisted us during our loss in  the fire and during the difficult  months since, we extend a hearty  welcome to our Open House on  Boxing Day, Dec. 26th, from 2 pm  till 10:00 pm. We hope everyone  will drop by and help us celebrate  the joy of being 'home' again.  Walter, Barbra Yvonne & Sonya  Valancius.  Best wishes to the pensioner  5 pin bowlers. Thanks Gail &  Bud of Gibsons Lanes who make  it Christmas all year round. Lil.  In lieu of cards I wish all my  friends on the Sunshine Coast a  Merry Xmas & a Happy New  Year!. Lily Hammond.  Best Wishes for Xmas and  the  New Year to my Sunshine Coast  friends.   Card money to Central  City Mission as usual.  Madge Newman.  L.I.F.E. 'Living is for everyone'  a group of women (widowed, Divorced, or separated) which offers  emotional support, practical information and social events. Anyone interested please contact  Women's Centre at 885-3711.  Anyone interested in joining a  single parent group? Contact the  Women's Centre 885-3711.  Births  Marilyn & Bob Bishop wish to  announce the arrival of Angela  Michele, a sister for Doug and  Sheila. 71b. 1 oz. Dec. 6, 1976.  Nicky Boutin is pleased to announce the birth of his sister,  Tracy Lianne. 8 lbs. 1 oz. Nov.  the 28th. Many thanks to Dr.  Hobson and all the staff of St.  Mary's for their kindness.  Obituaries  ���i ,-;   -V_r. _j. ,   Zwick:   In loving memory of our  dear mother who passed   away  December 16, 1975.  Time can never heal a heartache  Nor can it stop a tear  Or dim the wonderful memories  Of Mother we love so dear.  Remembered    always    by    her  daughters Mary, Elaine, Kay.  Thompson: Mary Hinde of  Hopkins Landing, B. C. on December 12, 1976 aged 83 years.  Beloved wife of Eric R. Thomson  and is also survived by her  daughter, Mrs. Inga Fenwick of  Port Mellon, sons James. R. of  West Vancouver, sister Miss  Madeline Veitch of North Vancouver, 6 grandchildren, and 1  great-grandchild. A private family memorial service was held in  the Boal Chapel, North Vancouver. Cremation. Arrangements  through the Memorial Society of  B. C. and First Memorial Services.  Messner: Passed away Dec. Mat  St. Mary's Hospital. Cecelia  Messner, aged 71 years. Survived by her loving husband  Edward and 7 children: daughters  Mrs. Christine Doetzel, Humboldt Sask. Mrs. Melvin Pollreis  (Lorraine), Annhein Sask. Mrs.  Albert Stoltz (Verna) Milverton  Alberta, Mrs. Brian Fisher  (Carol) Vancouver. Sons: Arnold  Jurgens, Fulda Sask. Clemens  Jurgens, Swift Current Sask.  Mervin Messner, Gibsons.  22 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren. Funeral service was  held at Holy Family Catholic  Church Sechelt. Rev. T. Nicholson officiated. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. Devlin Funeral Home  Directors.   Opportunities  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  Coast News  Action Line  - 886-7817  EXPANDING CANADIAN  OIL COMPANY  Needs dependable person for  industrial sales territory. No relocation. We are an expanding'  AAA-1 firm established since  1933. Liberal commissions plus  bonus and opportunity for advancement. For personal interview  write a letter and tell me about  yourself. B. B. Hendrix, Sales  Manager, Southwestern Petroleum Canada Ltd., Box 789,  Ft. Worth, Texas. 76101.  Help Wanted  Entertainers  of  aU   discriptions  and ages, call 886-7370  RECREATION CONSULTANT  A LIP-grant position is available  in the Pender Harbour area for a  person interested in establishing  a recreation program for teen  agers. The applicant must also  be willing to carry out general  fitness oriented activities.  Salary $140. weekly from Nov.  20. 1976 to June 20, 1977. Please  mail application before Nov. 20th  to The Sunshine Coast Community Resource Society, Box  1036, Sechelt.  Live in housekeeper, must be  able to drive, preferably middle  aged. Phone 886-2422 eves.  Local firm seeks person with  knowledge or desire to learn  aspects of the banking field*  Immed. full time position to best  qualified person. Address all  info, to Box 160 Gibsons.  PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS  Part-time instructors wanted for  the following subjects: Basic  House wiring, Beekeeping, cooking, Photography, and Spanish.  Please call 886-2225, Co-ordinator  Karin Hoemberg, School Board  office.  CHILD CARE WORKER  Qualifications: 1. Post Secondary  education or training in social  service field. 2. Work experience  with teenagers. 3. Interest &  knowledge in specialized areas,  ie. crafts, hobbies, sports, hiking  etc. Duties: To work with teachers in alternate classroom setting.  Ability to relate to student on a  1 to 1 basis or in a small group  environment. To promote home  and school liaison involving parents. Inovate programs ie. Work  experience. To enhance economic imponent. Make application  to: Ministry of Human Resources  Box 890 Sechelt, 885-2288.  Deadline for appli. Dec. 24, 1976.  Stuff envelopes, $25.00 per hundred, start immediately. Free  details. Send stamped, self-  addressed envelope. J.I.S.T.  P.O. Box 173, Dundas.Ont.  Ryan Co. Vending of Nanaimo  is looking for a person in the Gibsons area to do part time service  to their machines on B. C. Ferries (langdale). Servioe work will  involve cigarette machines and  video games aboard ferries. For  further info call (112) 754-4488.  Yoshi's Restaurant  Requires waitress/waiter, host/  hostess. Write C/O Yoshi's  Restaurant, RR #2, Sunnycrest  Plaza, Gibsons. Please enclose  resume or apply in person Dec.  18th between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m.  Restaurant located beside Canadian Imperial Bank.  Work Wanted  Drummer looking for work with  local band, will play rock, country  middle of the road etc. etc.  Would be interested in starting  a new band. Call Pat 885-2950  Will do house cleaning 9 to 5  Mon. to Fri. Very reliable. Refs.  if necessary. 886-7317  Housesitter, will caretake your  home. Weekend, week or month.  Bondable. 886-7317.  Will do Bookkeeping in my home,  call 885-3862.  Babysitter available day or night.   886-7463   1 Ton truck for hire, light moving  and hauling, clean-ups or clean-  outs. 886-9196 or 886-9294.  Will do odd jobs you have been  putting off as a working mother -  cleaning, wall washing, painting,  etc. Mon. - Fri. Drop in and see  me anytime, directly behind the  Funeral Home on Kilarney Lane.  Man needs work full or part time.  Have power saw and car 886-7463  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.  Will Baby sit in my home 1 preschooler, days only 885-3981.  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.   Cat and/or backhoe available for  land clearing, road building,  drainage ditches, waterlines, etc.  Call 886-9633 or 886-9365.  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. John Risbey.  Cement Work, light Construction  and smaHiepairs.  886-2530 886-9041  Cat available for land clearing,  landscaping work etc. Call 885-  3182 after 6p.m.  Man wants part-time work  Phone 886-9503  Pre-fab carpentry work, renovations and custom design. Call  after 6. 886-8060or886-7738  Will do body repair and painting  on your car, no appointment  necessary. Experienced. 885-2608  Sunshine Coast Regional District  For Sale  Older type fridge in excellent  working order $50.00. Laundry  sink $15.00, 8-track player with  speakers $50.00, 22 target rifle  with sights $90.00. 886-7070  after 5 p.m. please.  For  Sale:     Snow  chains to fit  14" rims, $12.00.   Reply Box 20,  Coast News  For Sale: Boys standard Bicycle,  20" wheel. $25.00 886-7963  Extra large brown chesterfield &  chair $175. Platform rocker,  brown $50.00, Fireplace (wood &  coal) $150. Single bed, new  mattress $50.00, Radio record  combination $75.00 Lamp $20.00  Phone evenings 886-2153  Tappan-Gurney     dec.     range,  stainless steel oven, good cond.  886-7829  Craig cassette with excel, speakers $60.00, 14 x 16 canvas tent  with wooden Same $390.00.  14" rim for Etetsun $10.00,  185 x 14" Michelin radial tire  with about 50% wear $25.00,  53/*" Lucas headlights used about  6 hours $30.00 o.b.o. Reply Box  20, Coast News.  Snow blower, like new $85.00,  Elec. stove 30" wide, white,  $25.00 886-2580  Electric   stove   in  excel,   cond.  white, 4 burners & oven $100.  Call 885-9984  Electric chord organ $50.00,  cabinet sterio recced player &  radio $150.00. 885-2868  Mink stole, brown$100.885-9089  Photo equipment: Konica Auto.  S2, 35 mm $70.00o.b.o. 886-9451  Pazco Canoe for sale, $120.00  firm. Blue fiberglass. Call after  5p.m. 886-2890  2 brush Floor polisher $20.00,  electric iron $15.00, 42 x 30 fireplace screen $20.00, Sunbeam  mixmaster $10.00, Philips Hi Fi  radio combo. $50.00.885-3347  2 yr. old Sanyo washer spin  dryer $95.00, Dauost ice skates,  mens 7Vi $15.00.886-9890      Deep Freeze, unused, spill treated.  Carpet 12 x 10, other household items,   moving must sell.  885-2691   Hamilton Beach elec. mixer $30.  2 new lamp shades, large, $6.00  each. Rocker chair & stool $58.00  Crestwood kitchen base cabinets  2 are 42" one is 18". Half price!  886-2734  A BY-LAW TO AMEND Sunshine Coast Regional  District Development Area Designation By-law No.  99, 1975.  THE BOARD OF THE Sunshine Coast Regional  District in open meeting assembled, enacts as  follows:  SYNOPSIS OF BY-LAW NO. 99.9  1. This by-law may be cited as "Sunshine Coast  Regional District Development Area Designation  Amending By-law No. 99.9,1976".  2. Schedule "B" of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Land Use Regulation By-law No. 96, 1974  is amended by adding development area number  15 as described in Appendix 1 which is attached to  the forms part of this by-law.  THIS BY-LAW IS intended to designate D. L. 1028  Plan 15078, Lots 1 - 8; Plan 15079, Lots 25 - 28 as  a development area.  TAKE NOTICE THAT the above is a synopsis of  By-law No. 99.9that may be inspected at the Administration Offices of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District, Wharf Street, Sechelt, B. C. between the  hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday to Wednesday inclusive, and 8:30a.m. to 5:45 p.m., Thursday and Friday, and that the synopsis is not intended  to be and is not to be deemed to be an interpretation  of the by-law.  DATED AT Sechelt, B. C. this 26th day of November, 1976.  SYNOPSIS OF BYLAW NO. 99.11  1. This bylaw may be cited as the "Sunshine Coast  Regional District Development Area Designation Bylaw No. 99.11,1976".  2. Schedule "B" of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Land Use Regulation Bylaw No. 96, 1974 is  amended by adding development area number 19 as  described in Appendix 1 which is attached to and  forms part of this bylaw.  Land included in Development Area No. 19 is D.L.  1391, Lot 1, Plan 9760 and Lot A, Plan 10385; on the  south east side of Francis Peninsula.  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a synopsis of Bylaw  No. 99.11, 1976 that may be inspected at the Administration Offices of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District, Wharf Street, Sechelt, B. C. between the  hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday to Wednesday inclusive, and 8:30a.m. to 5:45 p.m., Thursday and Friday, and that the synopsis is not intended to be and is not to be deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaw.  Dated at Sechelt, B. C. this 10th day of December  1976.  SYNOPSIS OF BYLAW NO. 99.10  1. This bylaw may be cited as the "Sunshine Coast  Regional District Development Area Designation  Amending Bylaw No. 99.10,1976."  2. Schedule "B" of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Land Use Regulation Bylaw No. 96, 1974 is  amended by adding development areas numbers 16,  17 and 18 as described in Appendix 1 which is attached to and forms part of this bylaw.  Land included in Development Area No. 16 comprises three areas of Gambier Island: D.L. 1654,  Block D; D.L. 3161, BlockB; D.L. 1298, Remainder.  Land included in Development Area No. 17: D.L.  1392, Remainder Lot 22, Plan 5388; on the east side  of Bargain Narrows, Madeira Park.  Land included in Development Area No. 18: D.L.  3314, Lot 1, Plan 13794, along the north shore of  Cockburn Bay, Nelson Island.  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a synopsis of Bylaw  No. 99.10, 1976 that may be inspected at the Administration Offices of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District, Wharf Street, Sechelt, B. C. between the  hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday to Wednesday inclusive, and 8:30a.m. to 5:45 p.m., Thursday and Friday, and that thesynopsis is not intended  to be and is not to be deemed to be an interpretation  of the bylaw.  Dated at Sechelt, B. C. this 10th day of December  1976.  Mrs. A. G. Pressley  Secretary-Treasurer  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  f  J7*e<_  LORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  KEN CROSBY  886-2098  JONMcRAE  885-3670  Office 886-2277  SUB-DIVISION  CONSULTATION  REAL ESTATE  Toll Free 682-1513  NOTARY PUBLIC  APPRAISALS  MORTGAGES  MERRY CHRISTMAS  and a HAPPYNEW YEAR  HILLCREST ROAD: Custom built home  overlooking Keats Island and the Bay  Area Full feature wall fireplace finished  in Cameo Marble. 3 large finished bedrooms, roughed in rec room with fireplace. Extra large and beautifully appointed kitchen. Many extra features  such as carport and sundeck.F.P. $51,500  CHASTER ROAD: A Bargain! This 3  bedroom home on a good sized lot is a  terrific investment. Needs some interior  painting etc. Presently rented @ $200.  per month. The price is not a misprint,  it really is only: F.P. $29,900.  HIGHWAY 101: Gibsons: Incredible  panoramic view from the mountains of  Howe Sound across the Bay and out to  Georgia Strait. This 3 bedroom full  basement home is laid out nicely for  family living. Combination garage-workshop is fully insulated with seperate 100  amp.service. F.P. $47,500.  HILLCREST ROAD: This lovely 3 bedroom home has an extra large kitchen  area with a super view from the spacious  living room. Some of the extras include:  landscaping, carport, full basement and  fireplace. F.P. $53,500.  GIBSONS: Excellent prospects for the  one who holds this potentially commer-  ciallyzonedac reag e of 5 acres.  F.P. $60,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: Highway 101 divides  this 5 acre property diagnally down the  center. Develop both sides of the road.  Try all offers. F.P. $30,000.  GRADY ROAD: In Langdale Chines-  Superb view of Howe Sound from this  large irregular shaped lot. All underground services. F.P. $13,900.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: With  waterfront as scarce as it is, this double  use lot represents real value.  F.P. $22,000.  i     from Lorrie, Ken & Jon.  SHAW ROAD: 3 bedroom split-level  home on large landscaped corner lot.  Modern kitchen, nicely appointed living  room with wail to wall carpet. Extra  large carport, bright stucco exterior.  Priced to sell. F.P. $44,500.  BAY ROAD: With frontage on Dougal  as well! These two valuable semi-waterfront lots are level and all cleared, only  a stones throw away from beach. Excellent place to keep or launch your  boat. One @F.P. $12,500.  One @F.P. $14,500.  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 in 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 of fer refused.  F.P.$11,500.  GOWER POINT ROAD: Privacy and  100' of Waterfrontage, beach just at  other side of the road. Driveway is in,  building site cleared with septic tank and  main      drains      in.      F.P.      $25,000.  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.  Size66'x128'. F.P.$18,500.  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK RD: One  landscaped acre on the WATERFRONT  in Roberts Creek, provides the ideal  setting for this 3 bedroom home on full  basement. Wall to wall carpet throughout this 1324 sq. ft. with covered and  carpeted sundeck, ensuite plumbing,  double carport and many extras such as  steps to the beach and boat house.  F.P. $79,900.  GLASSFORD RD: 4 bedroom split level  home. Brand new construction in area  of new homes. Features include classic  view, skylights, large rooms and many  extras. F.P.$49,500.  BEACH AVENUE: One block from  Flume Rd. Park & Boat launch. This  full unfinished basement home has 3  bedrooms upstairs with large kitchen and  dining area. Living room has nicely  designed fireplace. Situated on slightly  less than Vz acre. All this adds up to  incredible value at: F.P. $43,900.  FAIRMONT ROAD: 4 finished bedrooms  in this 1360 sq. ft. full basement home.  Fireplaces up & down, finished rec room,  2 full bathrooms, plus ensuite. Living  room, dining room with nook area all  have a beautiful view of the Bay area  and out through the Gap. Double carport  and huge sundeck round out this home  designed for comfortable family living.  F.P. $67,500.  HIGHWAY 101: Home & 2 lots - Means  value. Excellent view of the Bay area,  ideal retirement or starter home with all  appliances included. Situated on nicely  landscaped double lot close to schools  and shopping. F.P. $38,900.  GOWER POINT ROAD: 4 bedrooms in  this lovely full basement home in Gibsons  Seclusion and still dose to shopping and  Post Office. 1100 sq. ft., fireplace, large  L shaped rec. room. Large back yard  perfect for swimming pool. An ideal  family home. F.P. $49,900.  GOWER     POINT: WATERFRONT:  lovely cleared 100' x 195' very steep to  the beach but a fabulous building site  with southern exposure and panoramic  view. F.P. $25,900.  STEWART ROAD: Three bedroom,  beautiful Spanish style, sunken living  room home. On 1.46 acres in very quiet  area. Many features including a beautiful fireplace, den & garage. Almost  1400 sq. ft. of livlngareaall on one floor.  .F.P. 868,500.  ��  <D  ���% Coast News, December 21,1976.  For   Sale  Solid State Stereo 8 track tape  AC or DC and battery twin  speakers $50.00 13 tapes extra  $10.00. 885-2822   Hand crocheted tablecloth,  ecru, 65 x 102" $350.00. One  ��� white geometric pattern mesh  ������ curtain 91 x 198" $35.00, Dinette  with 4 chairs, 48 x 30" $60.0C  TV stand, holds any size TV $15.  Call 886-7422 after5 p.m.  Bissel carpet sweeper, 6 drawer  dresser, vanity, bookcase, coffee  table & end tables, vacuum, swag  lamp, bdrm lamp. Colliers encyclopedia, dishes, pictures & ornaments. Other items. 886-9819  Large fridge for sale, after 6  p.m. please. 885-3570  Small   oil   cookstove,   could   be  converted back to wood. $75.00   885-3811   Parker Hale deluxe rifle, caliber  . 7 mm. Rem. Magnum, near new,  "  comes with cartrige belt, ammo,  case & cleaning kit.  $230. o.b.o.  Phone John at 886-9066.  Wringer washing machine &  Enterprise cook stove 886-9076  Mini bike and 2 H.P. Ironhorse  motor with kick start. 885-9341  ask for Jay.  Get your free copy of the new  Radio Shack catalogue at J&C  Electronics, Cowrie St., Sechelt.  Automatic oil space heater,  58,000 B.T.U.'s $40.00885-3410.  Beautiful old sterling silver flatware, silver-plated cake plates,  trays, vegetable dishes, gravy  boat, coffee spoons etc. Crystal  stemware, ornaments, jewellery.  886-2137  For Sale  Sony Stereo 6045 AM/FM receiver, 25 RMS per channel,  Garrad 72B turntable plus 2 four-  way AMX speakers Excel,  cond. $350. 886-7762.  Danby 10 cu. ft. upright Deep  Freeze. Under guarantee $375.00  cost $429. Propane regulator and  fittings $27.00. Standing lamp  $5.00, Cassette player 12 volt &  110 volt including car bracket,  working order $20.00. 885-9662  Bellstaff motorcycle jacket, like  new $50.00 Size 38.885-2191  30" x 15' steel culvert, ideal well  liner. 886-2543  For Sale  30" General Electric range, white  $85.00. 886-7052  Man's nylon flight bag, brown  new 22x17x11, $20.00, offers.  Man's grey cashmere overcoat  size 40 $45.00. Man's 2 pee. suit  size 40, grey-brown tone, small  check, as new $75.00 o.b.o.  Man's tuxedo size 40, 3 pee.  $20.00. Ladies mohair coat size  14. green $75.00. 886-7780  Just in time for Christmas!  2 professionally made bud tables,  white & red cedar, one sea life  i  imbedded,  were $500. & $349.  '  now   only   $300.00   &   $200.00  | 886-7436  End tables,  coffee table,  lamp  shades,   carpet   sweeper,    bar-  b-que tongs, air mattress, transmission cooler, bronze hose 25'  built in ironing board. 885-9570  Tiny crib in excel, cond. Sturdy  glass bottles (never used) Curity  disposible bottles, back packer.  Call 885-2974  Like new Kenmore dishwasher,  avacado, in perfect shape.   $200.   886-2512   Wide selection of original paintings displayed at F. J. Studio,  Wharf Rd., Sechelt. Perfect for  gift giving, oils, acrylics & pastels. Come to browse 11:00 -  5:00 p.m. Thurs., Fri. & Sat.  62" skis with Salomon bindings  poles, size 6 buckled ski boots  $60.00886-2667.  Muscrat coat, movie camera,  elec. heaters, womans' Indian  sweater, car mirrors for pulling  trailer. 885-9570  Two oil filters for Vega, Astre,  Chev. or Pontiac. 70-75 $2.00 ea.  I valve pan gasket for Vega -  Astre 71 - 75. $100. 885-3334.  Studio delux 321 knitting mach.  with table accessories & attachments, all new, very little use,  cost $550. will sell $375.885-9677  13Vj" Western parade saddle  with matching bridle & martingale, black with nickle studding  $125.00. Womens Borg coat size  9-10, silver beige $35.00886-9447  Misc. for Sale: One C.B. tube  type radio, complete with ground  plane antennae. Ideal for home  use with 110V. plug in. Has  tuner for listening to all channels.  $100.00. 886-2098.  Alder delivered $40.00 a cord.   885-3605   Ladies ski jacket Size 14, blue  blazer size 15, wool jacket &  A-line skirt size 15-16 (brand  new) Shirt style dress size 18.  885-2974  2 pair avacado green drapes,  total   15'   long by 80"  $25.00.  1 new gas lawnmower Vi price  $60.00 885-3963eves.  Black & White 12" TV receiver  in good cond. $60.00. Ladies  Australian fur coat, as new fit  size 10-12. $75.00885-3171  Welder for (sale, 220 volt single  phase 400 amp Miller in excel,  cond. 1st. $500. takes. 886-2808  Westinghouse automatic air conditioner with controls. (112)  254-5836 or 886-8097.  2 snow tires S78-14 in. Used only  2 months. $45.00pair. 885-9208  Hoover washer-spin dryer, very  good cond. $90.00o.b.o. 885-9034  78 R.P.M. usedreconis 885-9671  8 x 32 mobile trailer, newly built.  Can be used as home, shop or  contractors storage. Chrome  stern rail for 8' boat, 22' boat  ribs & jig. Teleflex steering &  console, 30' styrofoam float,  40" electric range, Vi hp elec.  motor 115/220. Belt driven grinder with motor, base board heater,  oil heater W/ custom tank &  barrel. Buick V6 W/Hamilton  Jet. Bunk beds. Will take 24'  boat trailer or economy car or ?  in trade. 885-9750 except Fri.  eve. or Sat. Wanted to Buy:  Coppertone fridge, Base CB antenna.  Moffat elec.  range $75.00 Call  88S9893  Set of 3 wooden bar stools $10.00,  7 x 50 Binoculars, with case.  Very good $30.00. Child's sled  $5.00, G78x 14 tire & rim compl.  $30.00 15 inch rim $10.00. Kodak  Brownie Camera with flash etc.  $9.00, 12" B & W TV $50.00.  Mahogany veneer table 24 x 78  $30.00. 2 pee. man's luggage  $30.00. One large suitcase $15.00  Bissell Rug Shampooer $30.00.  Call 885-2610.  Baby buggy, converts to stroller  $45.00, Crib 54" $60.00. Exel.  condition. 885-2123  For Sale: Beige British India rug,  10' x 16' in good cond., Hi-H  radio phonograph, floor polisher.  Call 885-3908.   24" Nutone kitchen exhaust fan,  copper  color  $15.00.     Approx.  70 gal. Deluxe oil drum $25.00  886-2694   32" Quaker oil stove, white,  45 gal drum dbl. stand, hot water  tank $75.00, 110 gal. oil tank,  $50.00. 886-7800.  Landrover shop manual 1974,  $50. and 1950 (?) $25. Portable  electronic bench with storage  $95. 5 mhz triggered scope  $200. Call 885-9967.   Wrecking 1959 Oldsmobile, 394  engine, auto-trans. 886-9196 or  886-9294.   Moffat stove elec. range $50.00  Chrome kitchen table &4 chairs  $25.00, roll away cot $30.00,  single cement laundry tub and  brass tap $5.00.886-2575  2 - 100 lb. Propane tanks $35.00  each. 886-9076eves.  Complete set of Gretch drums  with Zildian symbols & cases.  886-7736   2 Cub suits, cub hat as new,  coffee table $15. TV trays &  stand. ' Wide blue floral drapes,  good clothing assorted sizes. 2  ballet suits size 8-10, slippers  size 3. 885-3310  Lady Schick salon type hairdryer  for   sale,    good   cond.    $20.00   885-2078   Enterprise space heater used one  season, 250 gal. tank with tubing,  2 lengths galvanized 7" pipe with  fuel favour, 2 elbows 23' poly-  ethalene Flex 2" pipe, 1 elbow &  coupling. 885-9993.  Bunk beds, maple, approx 74"  X 39" with mattresses, good cond  $175.00 after 5 p.m. 886-9335  Simplicity spin dry washer, 1 yr.  old, good cond. $125. 886-2096  Combination Black & White TV  with stereo and radio. TV needs  work, cabinet in excel, cond.  $50.00 886-7294.  Bell & Howell movie projector,  never used $65. o.b.o. 886-2962.  Sony tape deck 8-track with FM  radio, brand new asking $85.00  886-9674  least expensive.  This year, plan on avoiding the holiday rush by placing your long  distance calls early.  And, take advantage of our long distance discounts. For example, when  you dial station-to-station (112), you can save up to 6QrXr off the regular day  rate on most long distance calls placed before 8:00 a.m.:;:  Keep this chart handy. It can help you save on your holiday calling.  \*9  Long distance discounts on most station-to-station calls you dial "  yourself (1 12). Minimum charge 20c per call.  ���.A.  Calls inside B.C.  Mondav ��� Friday  5:00 p.m.��� ll:()0p".m.  Saturday ��� Sunday  8:00 a.m.��� Il:00p"m.  Calls outside B.C.  Monday ��� Saturday  6 p.m. ��� Midnight  Sunday  8:00 a.m. ��� Midnight  Christmas Day & New Year's Day  8:00 a.m. ��� Midnitiht  $ 35% off  fw re sui I a r d a v ra t e.  Calls inside B.C.  Every night  ;: 11:00 p.m."���8:00 a.m.  Calls outside B.C.  Every night  :;:Midnii!ht ���8:00 a.m.  60%off f  regulardav rate. MB*  B.C. TEL ��  Box 128, Sechelt  Phone Vancouver  885-2235  689-5838  Agencies Ltd.  Anyone can write an advertisement for a property ��� But can you produce the  Sales of Sechelt Agencies Team?  Agencies Ltd.  THETEAM:  John, Aline, Robert, Tanya Boyuk, Peter, Jack, Lou,  Ken Wood, Charlie, Don, Pat, Anne, George, James and Jack.  OUR NEW CONTEST  December 21,1976  Merry  Christmas  Happy  New Year  Phone the person pictured above, and tell him the surnames of the  team to win. Please hurry as entry to our final contest will be more  difficult after December 31st, 1976.  1. The first prize of a dollar.  Up to 250 first prizes available  2. Receive the details on how to enter our contest to win the last'  prize of? The last prize will start with $1.00 doubling every ? until  our banker says---No More!  THE ONLY RULES IN THIS CONTESTTO DATE:  No one under 21 years of age may enter.  No employee of Sechelt Agencies LTD. or t heir immediate family  (sons or daughters) may enter.  No employee of The Sunshine Coast Newsortheir immediate  family (sons or daughters) may enter.  PHONE:  885-2235  CONTEST ENTRANTS TO DATE:  Phone them to find out howto enter:  Peter Hemstreet -- 885-2528  Harriet Duffy - 885-2120  Laurie B ryson ~ 885-3638  Bill Copping - 885-2204  Peggy Ayer - 885-3674  Neil Campbell - 885-2339  PRICED AT $8950. #3747  Largely cleared corner lot 75 x 110 ft. Joys  of Sechelt Inlet and easy access only 500  paces. Piped water at roadside. Your brains  and some muscle will enhance the value.  Bob Kent anytime 885-2235or 885-9461 eves.  $12,500 & YOUR LOVE #3497  Buy this beautiful lot for your favourite. Was  $13,500, now only $12,500. Gift this view  property and present her with a real estate  Xmas present. The character of this lot will  not be duplicated. YOUR LADY'S HEDGE  AGAINST INFLATION. Mr. Kent 885-9461  eves. Anytime: 885-2235.  CORNER VIEW LOT #3734  A winner - Full local services, size 108 x 135  feet. Gentle slope, some big trees. F. P.  $14,000. Faces West to water. Peter Smith  885-9463 eves.  THREE BEDROOM PANABODE #3646  Warm cedar, 1592 Square feet, living and  family rooms, VA baths. Lot 85 x 179 feet  with Great Water View! All local services.  Offers to F. P. $61,900. Peter Smith 885-9463  eves.  INSTALLED MOBILE HOME #3723  Just move in to this 2 bedroom, on concrete  foundation, storage under, furnished including major appliances. Oil furnace, hydro,  water & phone. Lot size 55.9 x 141 feet.  F. P. is $28,000. Peter Smith 885-9463 eves.  PRICE REDUCTION  YOUR PRIVATE ESTATE #3638  Near Gibsons, just off the highway, more than  an acre of level woodland. Driveway leads  to house surrounded with delightfully landscaped grounds. Moduline douWewide, many  extras, three bedrooms, Acorn F.P. in living  room, spacious sundeck. All this for new reduced price $48,000. Jack White, eves, at  886-2935.  CLOSE TO OCEAN #3736  Quiet residential lot on Regional water.  Choice trees and building site. 100' x 135',  $16,500. Jack Warn 886-2681.  SEA VIEW - DAVIS BAY #3731  A cleared, serviced 70' x 150' building lot  on Greer Road in ever-popular Davis Bay.  Asking $13,500. GeorgeTownsend 885-3345.  ASK FOR FREE PROPERTY CATALOUGE  Also we have most of our list ings on TV.  Come and view them in our office  TUWANEK &701  Lovely two bedroom home out in the country.  Ideal for retirement or just to get away from  the rush. Steps away from Sandy Beach, in a  quiet area of the Sechelt Inlet. Six miles to  Sechelt. F. P. $39,000. Pat Murphy eves.  885-9487.  YUKON CARPENTER #3751  Built this warm 2 bedrom with full basement  4'/2 year old home. Two rooms finished in  basement. Near park, schools and shopping.  F. P. $42,000. terms. Pat Murphy 885-9487  eves.  NEW ON MARKET  COLLAPSED SALE - YOUR OPPORTUNITY  #3367. Back on market, new two bedroom  Westwood pre-fab home on large lot on Redrooffs Road, half mile to store, Post Office  and Elementary K-3 School. With Waterfront  access guaranteed with l/50th interest in a  waterfront lot. Plus two four hundred dollar  debentures in the Redrooffs Waterworks  system. F. P. $33,500. Pat Murphy 885-9487.  TWO FOR ONE #3730  Level double lot, fronts on Rosamund and  Fairview Roads, both services both ends, a  natural for subdivision. With single lots  selling for $11,000 in the area, this is a good  buy for $19,000. Jack White eves. 886-2935.  SNUG FOR CHRISTMAS #3580  Very comfortable 2 bedroom home with utility  and large storage workshop. Some furnishings. Nineteen years on lease. $14,000.  Jack Warn 886-2681.  VILLAGE CENTRE #3738  Extra large lot where the action is planned.  Close to marina site, shopping and Post  Office. Only $15,000. Jack Warn eves, at  886-2681.  BONUS IN THE BASEMENT #3728  NHA Home in West Sechelt, on 1.08 acres,  on highway, near beach, has view. Large  living room has F.P., three bedrooms, hardwood floors. Ask about basement bonus,  F.P. $55,000. Jack White eves. 886-2935.  NEW ON MARKET  SECHELT VILLAGE #3752  Attractive home just a short walk to all shops,  park and Post Office. The living room has a  lovely hardwood floor and brick fireplace.  There are 2 large bedrooms and the full basement . is partitioned for easy completion of  extra rooms. Level lot is 66' x 122'. Let us  show you the good value in this home, priced  to sell quickly at $44,500. Don Hadden eves,  at 885-9504.  NEW ON MARKET  BOAT OWNERS #3611  Here is 8/10 acre, almost level with view of  Pender Harbour. Just 400' to water's edge,  on paved road, with hydro, phone and water  on road. F. P. $22,000. Don Hadden eves.  885-9504.  TUWANEK #3706  Lamb's Bay beach and boat launch is right  across the street from this gentle slope  treed lot with delightful stream through.  There is power, water and phone along road.  F. P. $8,500 with terms. Don Hadden eves,  at 885-9504.  THE PRICE IS THE DIFFERENCE #3699  There are properties with an equally as fine  a view of Sechelt Inlet as this 84' x 98' serviced building lot but they carry a significantly  higher price tag. This lot is priced at $8500.  and is for the knowledgeable bargain hunter.  Check and compare and then call George  Townsend 885-3345.  WATERFRONT #3704  Located in the Bayview Subdivision. This 85'  x 340' Waterfront lot is serviced with hydro  and water and provides a commanding view  of Sargents Bay and the islands in the distance. George Townsend 885-3345.  PRICE REDUCTION  $35,000.ASKING PRICE #3732  It's Real! A 3 bedroom home, utility room,  garage, heatilator fireplace, all completely  renewed in and out, carpets, waits and paint.  New kitchen too. Large lot in West Sechelt.  Peter Smith 885-9463 eves.  REDUCED BY $3,000. 10.  Coast News, December 21,1976.  For Sale  Judo suit med. lrg. used 4 times,  S15.00 885-9280.  For Sale: Small oil cookstove,  could be converted back to wood.  $75.00 885-3811  For Quick Sale: New gooseneck  trailer 8' x 16' (21' overall)  SI,700. o.b.o. 884-5388.  Mans Cowichan sweater886-20%  Gibson Les Paul Delux guitar  Fender Twin Reverb Amp.  both in excellent cond. $500. each  o.b.o. 886-9609  2   horse   trailer  $150.   885-9357  For Sale: My services as a prof-  lessional Exterminator. Certified  ~i yrs. exper. in the control of  fungus, insects, rodents and  odors. North Island Pest Control.  885-3606  VISITORS WELCOME aTThe  Murray's Studio of Paintings on  Radcliffe Road, at Selma Park.  Local landscapes and prints.  885-9662. "We're open when  we're home"  For Sale: 10 acres, Roberts Creek  with creek, good road and services. 885-3450  Top Soil for sale, $50.00 for 12  yds. Load plus delivery. 885-97%.  For Sale: 18' Viking freezer  still under warranty $250. o.b.o.  Also B/W TV as new $100. o.b.o.  Phone 886-7534  For Sale: Tandem Boat trailer,  handles up to 22' boat, phone  after 6:00. 885-9386  11 foot   camper  fully   equipped  excellent cond. 886-9648.  New near Vanguard truck canopy  36"   complete   with   boat  rack.  12 ft.    F.G.    Cartopper   boat,  886-2802 after 6p.m.  Pair size 5 ski boots, skis & poles,  portable typewriter 883-9140  Fender Rhodes 88 elec. piano in  excel. cond. $950. firm. 885-3594  Toy   Poodle   pups,   in   time  for  Xmas. $75.00 885-3178after 6:30  For Sole  One free standing bathroom  porcelain sink C W taps $10.00  One new Crestwood bottom kitchen cabinet 24" x 24" white with  antique gold trim. $30.886-2738  Well built utility shed 10 x 12,  can be moved $450.00 885-2719  2 modern chrome kitchen chairs  $10. ea. New pr. studded snow  tires on rims to fit Ford F-100.  New Spanish bdrm suite, double  bed with head & foot board.  Restonic box spring & mattress.  4 drawer dresser & 2 night tables  $300.00. New Spanish coffee  table. Call 885-3947    One pair lange Laser 3 Skates  size   7'/2,   excel,   cond.   $50.00   886-7161   Hoover Dial-A-Matic vaccum  and couch. 886-7317  6 pee. dinette suite, table 30 x 40"  extends to 56". Buffet with glass  door. 886-2853  New: Steamset Personal Hairdresser $8.00; Elec. massager  $7.00, Instamatic camera $45.00  Phone 886-7487  One 22 calibre lever action rifle,  one   30-30   calibre   Winchester  rifle,   both   in   excel,   condition  885-2950      Stereo component system incl.  tape tuner & amp., turntable &  2 very good speakers, for quick  sale $350.00 885-3947   Homemade adjustable table saw  24" x 31" on stand, good cond.  $30.00 885-9662  4 harness table loom, weaves up  to 22" wide. $75.00886-2179  Brand new pr. of skis, 105 equips  size 95 - 555 Solomon Bindinset  Poles $150. XL-130 Homelrte  chainsaw, 6 mo. old $100.00  Call in at 1678 Marine Drive,  Second floor.  Like new 19" Electrohome TV  B/W with stand. Real bargain!  $95.00. One pr E70 x 14 Sieber-  lang snow tires, studded hardly  worn $50.00 885-2324  For Sale  For Sale: 2 good view lots on  Chaster Rd. 1,000 ft. from waterfront, utilities. 886-2887  For Sale: Holton Collegiate  Trumpet, excel, cond. $125.00  Knit King knitting machine $50.  Childs white figure skates size  12, excel, cond. $8.00, Girls  clothing size 8-10. 886-9249.  Bark mulch and top soil for sale,   886-9031   New model Winchester 30-30  good shape, with case & hand  loader $100.00 883-2407   9 cu. ft. Viking fridge, $75.00       886-7115   6' pool table, balls & cues $100.  4" jointer $80.00. 886-2737  1975 John Deere 450-C track  loader, 4 in 1, Drott winch,  Tegril arch, low hours, $24,840.  Must Sell! P.O. Box 1360 Gibsons, B. C.  Evening dress  med.  blue,  size  10 - 12, shoes, size 7 & evening  bag to match. $25.00885-9089  For Sale: 40 chord electric organ  $125.00, Child's ice skates Bower  size 7 $10.00 reg. $30., ladies  prof, skates size 7, $20.00, reg.  $45.. skating helmet $2.50, all  as new. 885-9735  For Sale: 1 yr. old Akai reel to  reel. 1974 White Goldmaster  Metal detector. 886-2571  Size 14 Guide Uniform 886-2868.  Like new 150 HP Merc, open to  offers. 885-3307.  anted  anted  Wanted  WANTED  Course ideas and Instructors  If you are interested in a course  not included in the Cont. Ed.  Program, or if you are knowled-  gable or experienced in any  appropriate subject and would  like to teach these skills to other  adults call Karin Hoemberg at  the School Brd Office 886-2225.  T.V. antenna 885-9984  Wanted: 6"joiner.883-2252.  Odds & ends of hardwood boards,  furniture, desk etc. Senior citizen  woodworking hobbyist will pick  up. Please call collect, Jack Elliot  Garden Bay, 883-9048.  Responsible couple needs home  in Gibsons - Roberts Creek area.  Excellent references. 886-2540  Used large Hot water tank &  shower stall. 886-2821.  Old 78 rpm records and Edison  records, music boxes etc 886-2513  TV Antenna for cash. 886-9316  Life jackets for 10 yrs. old & up.  88S9279  Old style piano stool, round adjustable type. 886-7581  Older type piano at reasonable  price. 883-9140  Wanted:     Good  used  3A  bed.  886-7792  Timber wanted plus alder.  Poles bought and sold. Let us  give you an estimate. D & O Log  Sorting Ltd. Phone 886-78% or  886-7700.  Solid hard wood dresser & chest  of   drawers,   older   style   pref.  885-3806  Wanted to caretake or rent  cheaply, cottage, cabin or small  house, preferably on water or  Redroofs Rd. For a responsible  social worker on sabbatical, 30  yr. old woman with exoellent  references. 885-2679before Nov.  18th or Vane. 738-1865 before 10  a.m. any morning.  One concrete mixer with elec.  motor drive. 886-9335 after 5 pm.  2 cycle and 4 cycle engines for  student use. Call Elphinstone at  886-2204 for pick-up.  LOGSWANTED  Top Prices Paid for  fir - helm-ced.  L&K LUMBER  (North Shore) Ltd.  Phone 886-7033  Sorting grounds, Twin Creeks  Refrigerator at reasonable cost.  886-7198.  Apples for applesauce, windfalls  or what have you. 885-9280  Gold    24"    Brentwood   Electric  stove,  must be  in good cond.   886-2694   25 or 30 lb. Danforth anchor,  12 volt anchor winch, a few yards  of herring net. 886-7963  Aluminum or Canvas canoe,  14'-16'Call 886-7526   24"    taper    splitting    machine  885-3306  Old fashioned clock, wall or  mantle, call 885-2766.  Small dog house 886-7031  Set of 4 bar stools and a wine  rack. 886-9396  WANTED: Up to 100 ft. chain  link fencing - new or used, 3 feet  high. 885-9662   WANTED:   Electric range.   Call  886-8087  Wanted:    A chain come-along.   886-7054   Steel topped table saw, Beaver  or similar. 885-9662  Utility trailer for hauling firewood  manure, etc.   approx. 4x4. Call   886-9363   Medium size chest Deep-Freeze,  not in working order. Will pick  up. Reasonable price. 886-9378.  Wanted: Electric base board  heaters. 885-3638 eves.  12 or 14 ft. Alum, boat, 5 HP  motor. Also trampoline. Collect  922-6959 or 688-9566 days.  East Hope drum drive. 886-2551  Wanted: Kitchen snack counter  Will alter. 885-3462  Found  Sundry articles left at the Dogwood Cafe over the past year.  Please identify and claim before  Dec. 20th. AskforBeth.  In Co-op - Silver & rhinestone  ring. Owner plz identify and  claim at Coast News office.  Classified  886-7817  Lost  White Cockatid, Roberts Creek  area.    Mrs. Davidson 886-9885,  REWARD  LOST: Sealpoint Hymalayancat,  male, with flea collar in Hopkins  Lndg. area. Missing since Oct.  31. Reward! 886-2898  Lost: Earring in the Gibsons  area. Reward for finder. Please  call 886-2622.   REWARD: Lost: Rollei 35 camera  in Black case in Gibsons area,  phone 885-2391 after5:00.  Silver Hoop earring in Wharf  area, Gibsons. 886-9345.  LOST: Diamond wedding ring  somewhere in Gibsons, Reward.  885-2468  Lost red gas cap between Selma  Park & Sechelt. 885-3562.  7' x 3' orange tarp in the Roberts  Creek area. Please contact the  Roberts Creek Fire Dept.  Pearl-grey female cat, short hair  and wearing a white collar.   Lost  in Gower Pt. and Pratt Rd. area.   886-7247   Blue suit case, Bay area Sunday  Dec. 13th between 3 - 5 p.m.  Please call 886-2133  Lost Keys: at Sunnycrest Plaza,  3 keys on chain, Honda Civic Car  key, licence tag on it. Please  call 885-9248 after 5:00 URGENT.  Texas instrument calculator SR-  10 in Elphinstone Sec. School  Dec. 15th. Name is on calculator  Serial No. SRI 0622029 Reward!   886-2581   Light green boys bicycle, flowers  painted on seat, from the Wilson  Creek Group Home. 885-3885  Lost: Male cat, 6 mo. old, grey  and white, Manx. Near Sunnycrest. 886-9130.  WHITEFOOT  ENTERTAINERS  presents a  DANCE  withBREEZIN'  (formerly Saltspring)  on NEW YEAR'S EVE  from 9pm to 2am  at Gibsons Legion  (Members and Guests only)  -food available at a nominal charge-  Advance meal tickets now on sale  :':'������ ;-M  ���  t  Here's wishing friends extra ~*"^-���-  yardage on holiday joy. Special thanks.  from Roberta, Marge and Dave  SEW EASY  SBChelt  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  NEED TIRES'*  Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  jt the S-BENDS on Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  JAMIESON  AUTOMOTIVE  TOYOTA  New & Used Car Sales  All Make, Parts & Services  Gibsons        AL JAMIESON Phone 886-7919  Royal Bank of Canada  GIBSONS Branch-Ph. 886-2201 SECHELT Branch-Ph. 885-2201  HOURS Tues.-Thurs. 10a.m. -3p.m.  Fri. 10a.m. -6p.m. Sat. 10 a.m. -3p.m.  WINDSOR   PLYWOOD  (THE PLYWOOD PEOPLE)  Construction Plywood, Fancy Panels, Insulation, Doors, Bifolds,  Sidings and all Accessories.  ^Delivery Phone 886-9221 Highway 101, Gibsons  L & H SWANSON Ltd.  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  885-9666 Porpoise Bay Road Box 172, Sechelt, B. C.  TWINCREEKLUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  Everything for your building Needs  Free Estimates ^ Phone 886-2291 -2  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government Approved  Free Estimates  Excavations - Drainage Waterlines. etc  Ph   885-2921   885-9973  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers available  886-2938  (��Uffit Clectric TLtb.  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 WATER HEATING  886-7017  All Work Guaranteed  Box 860  <jfl\BE ELECTRIC hd.,  Phone 886-7605  "POWER    TO    THE    PEOPLE"  Gibsons  TIDELINE  Plumbing and Heating Contractors  RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL  FREE ESTIMATES  Bernie Mulligan 886-9414 Denis Mulligan  RAY COATESPLUMBING  Contract Renovations & Service Work  886-7695  ROY&WAGENAAR  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine Building Wharf Street  Box 609 885-2332 Sechelt, B  ROBERTW. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St., Box 607  885-2625 Sechelt, B. C Res. 885-9581  ROBINSON'STV  Service Depot for  PHILIPS--ZENITH  PANASONIC--ADMIRAL  FLEETWOOD DEALER  Phone 886-2280      FORMERLY NEVENS'   MASTERCHAR  TED HUME SERVICES  Parts. Service. Installations  Stoves,  Furnaces,   Heaters,   etc.  886-2951  Gibsons. B.C  Certified Instrument Mechanic  Roberts   Creek  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  MOVING AND STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER Ltd.  Household Moving & Storage Complete Packing  Packing Materials for Sale  Phone 086-2664     Member Allied Van Lines     R.R. 1, Gibsons  For Rent  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used Refrigerators For Sale  Res. 886-9949  Ron Olson 886-7844       SPECTRON    Lionell Speck 886-7962  SHEET METAL & HEATING   3bx 710, Gibsons  RESIDENTIAL & 886-9717 ELECTRIC & OIL  J &C ELECTRONICS  & APPLIANCES  Charles (Chuck) Stephens  SALES and SERVICE  MARINE ELECTRONICS INGLIS & PHILIPS  Sechelt Across from Red & White 885-2E  PAJAK   ELECTRONICS  CO. LTD.  RCA & ELECTROHOME  Authorized Dealer  7333 Sales and Service Gibsons  For Rent  COMMERCIAL  GAS FURNACES  HEATING & VENTILATION  BOUTIN  BULLDOZING  Clearing ��� Landscaping  Backhoe Work  Phone 886-9824  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 MA TERIALS  READY-MIX   CONCRETE-GRAVEL  GENERAL PAINT  .886-2642 Highway 101 - Gibsons 886-7833  GIBSONS  TELEPHONE ANSWERING  Service - Phone 886-2231  R.R. 2  MACK'S NURSERY phonesae  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Plants  Landscaping, Pruning Trees, Peat Moss &. Fertilizer   Licensed for Pesticide Spraying   ABC  GENERAL PAINTING  SPRAY-BRUSH-ROLL  Call 886-2512  SUNSHINE PAINTERS  Let us brighten up your life  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  886-9564  Free Estimates Gibsons  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs for VIEW  Top tall trees adjacacent to building  Marv Volen  886-9597  Sechelt  C    &    S  HARDWARE  &  APPLIANCES  885-9713  MIDNIGHT TRUCKING  GRAVEL ���FILL  ROAD MULCH ��� DRAIN ROCK  Ph. 886-7864 R.R. 2, Gibsons. B  BERNINA  SEWING MACHINES NOTIONS etc.  REPAIRS AND SERVICE TO ALL MAKES  SEWEASY  Cowrie St. Sechelt 885-2725  STAN HILSTAD   ROOFING  DUROID, SHAKES  ORREROOFING  B. MacK WELDING  BRAD MACKENZIE  Portable Weld ing  886-7222  Gibsons  R.R. 1. Port Mellon Highway        Phone 886-2923  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  &CABINETSHOP  Custom Built Cabinetsand Fixtures -fr 30 Years Experience  Expert Finishing   ���& Kitchen Remodelling A Specialty  R. BIRKIN K y  885-3417 Beach   Ave.,    Roberts   Creek        885-3310  GIBSONS LANES  OPEN BOWLING HOURS  SATURDAY 7-11 pm FRIDAY9-11 pm  SUNDAY    2-5pm   9-11 pm  J.B. EXCAVATING 886-9031  Water, sewer, drainage installation  ��� Dump Truck ���Backhoe  ��� Cat  ��� Land Clearing  ��� Free Estimates  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  MANUFACTURE OF MACHINE PARTS  SHAKE FROES DRAW KNIVES  CUSTOM AND MARINECASTING.    GENERAL MACHINE WORK I  HUGH BAIRD '  Opposite Sechelt Legion    885-2523 Days    885-2108 Eves. Coast News, December 21,1976.  11  Cars & Trucks      Cars it Trucks  For Rent  Wanted to  Property  KERHY BLUETERRIERS  Phone 886-2505  Free  to  good  home,   2  warm,  , loving kittens, approx. 4 to 5 mo.  ��Wi)l neuter and spayed if req.   586-2149  Three squirrely black kittens, free  to good home. 885-3804  Part Springer Spaniel and part  Black Lab, ready in 6 weeks,  $5.00 for female. $10.00 for male,  phone 885-3372.  Maltese pups: 1 female and 1  male. Approx. 10 weeks old.  $50. each. 886-7213 days, or  886-2045 eves.  Horseshoeing and boarding, call  Ted Bowe at 886-7967.  Maltese  purebred  pups   $75.00  885-9021  Beautiful Siamese babies to  loving home only. Reduced price  for Xmas season. 885-2443  Chow chow puppies for sale,  top quality show stock. 886-7105  Kittens  ���  Free to good home   886-9208   Registered Quarter horse  colt,  2 yrs. old. Pinto gelding 6 yrs.  old.    Two Holstein calves, call  886-7967.    Free!   2 male, 1 female kittens.  Ready  for  Christmas.     Mother  Siamese, father a travelling man.  886-2671  2 Rhode Island Red 4 mo. old  roosters 886-9200  Pure bred Irish Setter pups,  $50.00. 885-3827  FREE to good home: Labrador  puppies. 886-2375  Doberman puppies, red & black  13 weeks old. $50. - $125. Call  886-2481 before 6 and 885-3971  after 6. AskforSu2anne.  Boats  i  i  1975 19' Rienell Boat, used only  30 hours. 135 H.P Evinrude with  power tilt & electric start, brand  new Road Runner trailer with  brakes, never used. Full top,  compass, many extras. $6,995.00.  886-7411  18' Cabin Cruiser, lots of extras -  Must Sell! 886-7736.  22' Sailing Sloop, $1,000. o.b.o.  ���     886-2680   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  Box 399, Gibsons, B. C.  Phones 886-9546, 885-9425  (International Star Qass Sloop,  with trailer. 24 ft. Gypsy cruising  sailboat, ready to sail. 886-9668  Mercontrol - Control box & cables  suitable for 11' - 16' boat, new,  hardly used. Offers. 886-7307  12' fiber glass speed boat and  40 H.P. Evinrude outboard,  elec. start. 886-7993or 886-2761.  Martin 29, 8 H.P. Sabb diesel,  one 67% Genoa and Main.   Call   886-9696   1973 'Crown-Davidson 18' Sailboat, Dacron sails, SS rigging,  marine head, sleeps 4, C/W A  3 H.P. Johnson  Aux.  $2800.00   886-2738   1974 50 Merc elec. $900. o.b.o.   886-2571   4 propellors for 115 Merc O/B,  controls for 115 Merc. O/B.,  10 gals, of Quick Silver formula  50-D Outboard motor oil 886-9988  For Sale: 9.5 Merc, outboard,  good cond. $400.883-2252.  1972~Sangster 18'/j' F.G. 120  in/out Merc cruiser, Al cond.  Full canvas top, EZ Loader  Trailer, sleeper seats, asking  $3995. o.b.o. 886-9093  12' fibreglass boat with  18 hp  ���Evinrude O/B, 2 - 5 gal saddle  tanks, 5 life jackets, tilt trailer,  $850. firm 886-2742   25' Sailing sloop. $1200. T. Small  86-2680.   28' Glass ply sloop, 3 sails  $4,500. o.b.o. 886-7766.   18' Work Boat - powered by 302  Ford A-l shape, new battery,  gauges, bilge pump, jet drive,  $3200. 886-2737  Cal 25 - ready for cruising, 3  sails (main, jib & 150% genoa),  new 99 Johnson long shaft outboard with electric start & alte-  nator, phone 886-2864.  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.  1964    Meteor   V8,   352   Auto.  power steering & brakes $250.00  886-9041  1967 Volkswagon Van, camping  equipment incl. Motor good, body  poor. Best offer at 886-7041.  1970 Ford Torino, 4 dr. hardtop, $1200. 886-2941  1968 Buick Electra 225, 80,000  mi. $400. o.b.o. Really good  working order. 886-2626  2 Volvo bodies, $50.00 takes both.   883-2407   Canopy for older model Ranchero  $25.00. 886-9819  1967 Merc lA Ton, running cond.  P.S. $300.00885-3805  1973 Gremlin, good cond. $2200.  30 mi. per gal. 886-9516  Wrecking   1964  Valiant   2   dr.,  some body parts for sale,  call   885-2420   1967 Cougar XR7 with snow  tires, $1500.886-7511.  1972 Datsun P/U low miles H.D.  bumpers, snow tires, wide mirrors, runs excel. With canopy  $1700.00 886-8087  1969 Datsun 510, 2dr. good cond.  radio, snow tires, good transp.  $500. 886-9249.  1967 Mustang, $700. o.b.o.  886-9370 after 5p.m.  1975 Honda Hatch-back new  snow  tires,   20,000  mi.   $2770.   885-9391   1964 Ford truck, steel flat deck  with ramp for crawler, good cond.  883-9964  1965 Ford Gallexy H.T. V8  $400. o.b.o. 886-2838.  1970 Datsun    $300.     885-3959  after 6 p.m. please.  1966 Parisian 2 dr. H.T. V8,  283 Auto, running cond. $300.00   885-9244   Jamieson Automotive  886-7919  1974 Toyota  P/U truck $2895.  1973 Datsun P/U truck $1995.  1969 Cougar $1895. 1966 Buick  Skylark $275. 1967 Dodge Dart  Sedan,     6    Automatic    $1650.  1966 Buick Wildcat H-Top $475.  1973 Dodge Polara 4 Dr. Sedan,  V8 PS PB $2295. 1969 Ford  Ranger P/U V8 Auto. PS. PB.  $1295. 1966 Ford Galaxie 500  H.T. $1395. 1968 Chrysler  4 dr. H.T. V8. PS. PB. Auto.  $1695. 1970 Datsun P/U $950.  1973 Datsun 610 Sedan $2295.  1969 Chev. Vi Ton P/U V8 $1425.  1976 Corolla 2 dr. Sedan $3650.  1969 Dodge D100 With canopy,  $1795.  VCL01342A  1973 Dodge W200 Camper Spec,  4 wheel drive, 360 cu. in. displacement, Auto. 884-5370  1967 320 G.M.C. Custom special  V* Ton P.V. 17" split rims, auto.  P.S. P.B. Heavy duty rear springs  327 V8, radio. $1250. or trade  for small car. 886-2033  1975 Ford 250 P/U, 360 Auto.  P.S. P.B., Radials, new winter  tires, new paint, 51,000 mi.  Good cond. $4,500. Call collect.  112-941-2914  4x4 Landrover in excellent  cond. $2800. 886-2614   1967 Ford custom5004dr. sedan.  1969 Ford heavy duty pick-up  new tires, home made camper &  canopy. 885-9341   1970 MGB Sports Coupe, copper  colour, rare 3 wiper model, excel,  condition, $1850. Call after 6 pm.  885-9355  Utility trailer, heavy duty 4x8  deck complete with removable  sides & gate. 885-2420 days,  885-9316 eves.   1967  Camera  2 dr.  H.T.   rare  6   cyl.   250   cc   $2100.00   Firm  886-2746  1963 Volkswagon excel, cond.  $600. o.b.o. Call in at 1678  Marine Dr. Second floor.  1966 Parisian 2 dr. H. T. V8  283 Automatic, running cond.  $300.00885-9294   1972 Chev. Impala 4 dr. H.T.,  54,000. orig. miles. Radial tires,  P.S. & P. B Mounted radial snow  tires, air condit. vinyl roof, heavy  duty trailer hitch, excellent cond.  $2,595.00. 886-7411.  1973 Fiat 128 Wagon, 31,500  miles, radials & snow tires,  Excel, cond. $2300. 886-7762  1972 Toyota Corolla total drive  train for sale 886-2839, Jim.  For Sale: 1962 Anglia, exoellent  running order. 886-7903.  1974 Okanogan Camper for small  truck, has ice box and propane  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.  1976 Chev. Blazer, lots of options,  offers welcome, phone after 6 pm.   886-7837   One Owner!     1975 Pinto 2300,  4 sp. Stn.d. low mileage, $2,700.  Phone 885-9997.   1971 Ford pick/up Ranger XLT  One owner. 886-7837 after 6 pm.  1973 Gran Torino wide oval mags,  32,000   miles.      $3,300.   o.b.o.   885-9081   1971 Austin America, good cond.  Low mileage, new radials, $750.  883-9183 after 6p.m. please.  1969 Javelin, 343, New paint,  rebuilt engine, radial tires $1500.  firm. 886-9123.   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.  1955 Chev Nomad, new engine,  new paint $2000. o.b.o. 886-9401  Rare 1949 XK 120 replica Jaguar.  All alum., excellent running  cond. $7,500. 886-2676  1969  Javelin  SST 343,  rebuilt  engine, new paint, very clean.  $1200.  firm.  Ask for Steve  at   886-9123   1973 Fiat 124 SPORTS COUPE  1600 cc, twin overhead cam, 5  speed, very good radial rubber,  ari horns, new paint, AM radio,  $2800. 885-2807  Motorcycles  1972 Honda 450. Phone Terry  at 886-2888.  1971 Honda with 74 engine with  3000 mi. $1400. o.b.o. Reply  box 20, Coast News.  1974 XL-175 Honda Trail & street  bike. Looks new, runs like new.  $800.00. Will consider van or  pick-up in trade. 886-2737  1974 Yamaha 125 YX Motor-  cross, barely ridden, good cond.  $550.00 885-2608  -For Sale:   1973 Suzuki R.V. 125  Street or Trail, $500. 886-9324.  350 Honda XL 1972. 2000 miles  on it. $750. 885-3410.  For  Sale:     250 Ducati $200.00  886-9324  ��� Motorcycle ���  Repair & Service  All Makes & Models  Save money - Reasonable rates  Dave Boyte: 886-7842 or886-2877  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. 886-75W.  For Rent  Mobile home space vacancy on  waterfront $50. per mo. Noon  or eves, call 885-2080.  For rent or sale.   8 x 40' trailer,  partly furn. $140. per mo.   Close  by beach, call at noon or eves.   885-2080   New 2 bdrm. fridge, stove,  washer, dryer, oil heat. No pets  or children. 885-2190  Halfmoon Bay 1 bdrm. furn.  cottage. Oil stove. $110. year  round, avail. Dec. 1. 885-2766  For Rent: 6 mo. lease in advance  for 1 bdrm. house on 1 acre of  land. Responsible older people  only. 885-2443  1 bdrm. mobile home in park,  semi furnished $175.885-3547.  Cosy 8 x 40' 2 bdrm. mobile  home. Some furn. on secluded  W.F. site in Pbrpoise Bay. Suit  couple or single person. $150.  permo. 885-3417or885-3310.   -  For Rent: 2 bdrm home, Point  Rd. Hopkins Landing. $190. per  mo. incl. appliances. Avail,  only to older responsible persons,  no children. Call Mr. White  eves. 886-2935.  For Rent: A quiet adaptable  woman to share small unfurn.  Roberts Creek home, 2 bdrm.  fantastic fireplace, washer &  dryer, carpeted, elec. heat,  $112.50 per mo. 885-3231.  For Rent: Stationary trailer,  2 sm. bdrms, private wooded  space on corner of 5 acres. Most  convenient, $100. per mo. Suit  1 or 2 adults, no dogs. Please  call 886-9390.   Waterfront cottage for rent, fully  furnished, Madeira Park area.  Call eves. 885-9487.  For Rent: Unfurn. 1 bdrm house  on Highway, Wilson Creek, close  to beach. Responsible couple  only. 885-3638eves.  1 bdrm unfurn. cottage in West  Sechelt, with view, oil stove heat  & fridge  incl.     $175. per mo.   885-9487 _  2 bdrm. Duplex, unfurn. elec.  heat, adults pref.  No pets, Refs. Req. call after 6  pm. 886-2069.   Duplex in Gibsons, 2bdrm. fridge  & stove, elec. heat, well insulated  Immed. Occupancy. $175.00 per  mo. 886-7218  Tantalus Apartment for rent,  furn. & unfurn. Wall to wall,  accessories 886-9544.  For Rent: 2 bedroom trailer,  needs handyman, has fridge &  cooking stove, very private, on  rural acreage. Appropriate for  1 or 2 adults. Rent $100. per mo.  Has phone & electricity, located  in 'Upper Roberts Creek'. Please  call 886-9390.  Small furn. house on lrg. grounds  Franklin F.P. some wood supplied, short term lease pref.  Ideal for older couple, pets wel-  come. 885-2443   2 yr. old 2 bdrm Mobile home  with addition, suit 2 adults,  stove, fridge, drapes etc. Situated on a high landscaped lot  overlooking Halfmoon Bay, will  sell or rent with option to buy.   885-9786   $100. per mo: To sublet until  May 1977, large cabin in woods  off North Road, electricity,  loft, wood heat. Furn. 886-2821  between 6-8p.m.  Accomodation for working girl  or senior lady. Home privileges,  no pets. After 5 p.m. 886-7486  2 bdrm. house for rent, Lower  Gibsons. $165.00 Family pref.  No pets. 886-7969 after 6p.m.  3 bdrm. mobile home, private lot  close to schools & shopping,  avail, immed. To older responsible people. $200.886-9682  In Village of Sechelt, 2 bdrm.  cottage. $225. per. mo. 885-9979  days, 885-2062eves.  New 2 bdrm. house in Gibsons,  unfurn. $250. per mo. 886-7556  after 6 p.m.  3 bdrm. house, avail. Dec. 14.  Ref. req. $300. permo. 886-2744  2' bedroom suite in Gibsons1,  fridge & stove, immed. occupancy, $150. permo. 581-0024.  New 3 bdrm house with full basement on large lot, W/W, elec.  heating, Gower Pt. Rd. $350. per  month. 886-7040  FOR RENT  DELUXE TOWNHOUSES  1564 sq. ft. of finished floor area,  3 bdrms, plus large family room  and rec. area, W/W carpets. Deluxe Tappen range, ample parking on blacktop, all for only  $300. per month. These good  family homes are located on 1650  School Road, between School Rd.  and Wyngart Rd. in Gibsons.  For   further   information    call:  Sea-Air Estates 886-2137 or  Safeco Builders Ltd. 683-3291 or  eves. 253-9293  2 bdrm. suite for rent, 1862 Hwy.  101   Gibsons.      $150   per  mo.   581-0024   1 bdrm. trailer, fully furn. on  private prop, with carport. Phone  886-9625 avail. Dec. 1st.  2 bdrm trailer avail. Dec. 1st.  Suitable for young couple or single  working  person   $175.  call   886-2962   Snug Village Mobile Home Park,  Mason    Rd.    Space    available.  885-3547  1 bdrm. furn. duplex, $175. per  month.       Immediat   occupancy  885-9261  Four 1 bdrm. duplex units. Furn.  from   $125.   per   mo.   Lakeside  Motel    Pender    Harbour   area.  885-3688 after 6.  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.  Small trailer, suitable 1 person,  $135. inclusive. Plus propane.  886-2887 or 886-9033.  Room & Board avail, at Bonniebrook Lodge. Meals & services  incl. laundry. $275. per month.  Private room. 886-9033. Gower  Point ocean beach esplanade.  Maple Crescent Apartments  1662 School Rd! Gibsons. Suites  for rent. Cablevision, parking  clost to schools and shopping.  Reasonable rent. Apply suite  103A.  On Hotel Lake, Irvine's Landing,  furn. 1 bdrm units, $125. per mo.  885-3688 after 6.  Room & Board available. Private  entrance and bath. 885-3437  Wanted to rent or caretake -  cottage, cabin or small house,  near ferry term. Respectable  school teacher, 29 yrs. excellent  references. 886-7507, 926-5080,  or 224-7566.  Heated house or cabin in Tyson  Rd. area for month of Feb. for  parents visiting as we have insufficient room. 885-3967.  3-6   Bedroom   House   from  Roberts    Creek    to.   Langdale.  886-7198  In Gibsons area, 2 bdrm with  F. P. Retired couple with small  dog, long term or purchase. First  any month after Dec. Reply Box  008, C/O 460 Coast News. Gibs.  Wanted: Property, will pay cash  for mobile home or small home on  lot in West Sechelt or Sechelt  area. 885-9364 or 885-2086  Enclosed garage with electricity  in Gibsons area 886-9892.  To rent in Gibsons, heated garage  or workshop. 886-7938.  Responsible  couple needs year  round home in Gibsons-Roberts  Creek area.     Excel, ref.  avail.  886-2540  Mobile Homes  1972 Moduline 12 x 48 on pad in  Ruskin. Encludes porch, metal  shed, furn. $12,000. 885-9997.  For Sale or Rent: 3 bdrm. Mobile  home plus 12 x 22 work/storage  area, stove, fridge, washer, dryer  Moorage available. 883-9290.  Recent Trade-in  Like  new   12  x 56'  Moduline.  2 bdrm., fridge, stove, washer &  dryer, TV. All living room furniture, dinette & beds. Just move  in. F.P. $9800.00.  Coast Mobile Home Sales  885-9979 D.L.623A  For Sale: 22' Mobile Trailer,  $800. o.b.o. 886-2819after 6 pm.  1969 12x50' Olympia, 2 bdrm.  carpeted throughout, built in  dishwasher, washer & dryer,  fully furn. 886-9826  INSTANT HOUSING!   Why pay  rent?    See this 10 x 55 mobile  home at 1170 Osprey St. Sechelt.  885-3372  12 x 60 Delux mobile home on  rented pad. Skirted with carport,  Asking $13,300 complete. Financing possible arranged. 885-2719  1969 8 x 48' Mobile home, carpeted throughout, furnished in  trailer park at Sechelt. $3,800.  885-2080 or 885-9646  16 x 35 Trailer on large treed lot  in private campsite 2 mi. from  Sechelt. Furn. plus fridge,  freezer, garden & many extras.  Pad rental $40. per mo. F.P.  $3400. 885-2465after 5p.m.  Trailer for quick sale! 10x44',  1 bdrm. in trailer park, as is.  $2000. 885-2619 .  BONNIEBROOK  TRAILER PARK  2 choice Mobile Home sites  Near Waterfront   886-2887   12' x 68' Leader, in trailer park.  3 bdrm. furnished, dosed in sundeck & storage shed with carport. 886-9135  Owners have moved out, move  into a 1971, 3 bdrm. stove and  fridge included. Excellent condition. Make an offer. 886-7422.  Snug Village Mobile Home Park  Mason Rd. Space Avail. 885-3547  SUNSHINE COAST MOBILE  HOME PARK  Units  now   on  display,   phone:  886-9826  USED UMTS  1969 12 x 50 Olympia, 2 bdrm.,  carpeted   throughout,   built    in  dishwasher,  washer and dryer,  fully furnished.  1971 12 x 63 Leader, 3 bdrm. fully  furnished, very good condition.  NEW UNITS  SPECIAL  12 x 60 Colony, 2 bedroom limited  addition,    carpeted   livingroom,  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.  1975  Moduline trailer,  Premier  model 12x68, 2bdrm. semi furn.  886-9519  Property  NOW AVAILABLE  BAYVIEW: 7 large view lots  Vi to 2 acres, serviced lots. Overlooking lovely Sargents Bay.  Quiet area 5 min. West of  Sechelt. CALETA: Only2view  lots left in this area of fine homes.  Serviced, 200 feet from excel,  beach. 885-9796.   New 3 bdrm house with basement, fireplace up &down, large  lot, Roberts Creek. 886-7883.  Lot for sale, level, cleared, dry,  good soil. Pratt Rd. 886-7826  Large lot, Langdale Ridge, by  owner 886-7581.   By owners: 2Vj acres sub-divi-  dable prop, with older home in  nice cond. 1000 sq. ft. main  floor W/2 bdrms. 260 sq. ft.  upstairs W/l or 2 bdrms. Full  basement with den, 1 bdrm &  2 piece bathroom. Sundeck, 2  out buildings Chaster Rd. Gibsons.     $71,500.     Eves,  please   886-7695   Waterfront, furn. & equipped  cottage opposite breakwater, 1  mi. east of Sechelt. Incl. self-  contained 15 ft. trailer. $15,000.  Dominion Lease. Mon. - Thurs.  985-3677 Weekends 885-2475.  Excellent building lot 100' x 250'  on South Wood Rd. adjacent to  Welcome Woods, offers to  $11,100. 885-9863   For Sale by owner. $42,500. New  3 bdrm home, fireplace, excellent  storage, large treed lot on Cul-de-  sac, West Sechelt, roomy storage  shed. 885-9213   BEAUTIFUL lot in Tuwanek,  very close to beach where you'll  find it peaceful and quiet. A good  deal not to be missed. Going for  $9,500. but will consider an  offer. 886-2834.  MUST SELL!  Price reduced to $60,000. By  owner in Gower Point. 2 yr.  old quality built home. 2Vi baths,  approx. 2200 sq. ft. of completely  finished home. Wall/wall up &  down. Landscaping & paved  driveway all done. Has 45' sundeck with view of Strait. Close to  beach, all this plus 2 stall barn,  feed shed & chicken house approx  Vi acre. $37,000. 1st Mortgage  at 10'/4%. 886-9249.  Automated environment controlled local poultry farm, 10 acres,  near new 4 bdrm home, all egg  contracts local. $229,000. Call   885-3759   RETIREMENTSPECIAL  Davis Road: 3 bedroom home  close to schools and shopping.  There is wall to wall carpet  throughout this 1300 sq. ft. home.  Extra large living room with  nicely appointed kitchen and  dining room. In the area of new  homes on a 73 x 130' lot. Mort-  gageavail. $39,500. 886-2765  MISSION POINT: 2bdrm, 750 sq.  ft. home, sundeck, carport &  garage. Lease paid up for I8V2  years. $16,500,885-3773.  FOR SALE: House under construction, 1300 sq. ft., sundeck,  carport, full basement, double  plumbing,. 2 fireplaces, four bedrooms, double glass windows,  on large lot Selma Park. Full price  $57,500. 885-3773.  For sale by owner: Rooming  house in Gibsons. Equipment &  furniture incl. 886-7835  For Sale by owner: 3 bdrm 3 yr.  old house, full basement, 2 fireplaces, wall to wall, ensuite  plumbing,' vinyl siding, low  50's. Negotiable 886-9438  For Sale by owner: 3 bdrm post  & beam home near tennis courts,  Gibsons. $35,000. 886-7566  eves, after 4:00.  For Sale by owner: Lot 11, Seaside Village, cleared ready to  build. Buy it for what we paid for  it. $3000. down and take over  payments at 6% interest. Days  call 885-2273, ask for Nicki or  eves. 885-3963  8 x 45' Rollahome on Gabriola  Island. Must be moved $2,000.  o.b.o. (112) 254-5836 or call  886-8097   Gibsons W/F Four-plex and three  plex 150 ft. waterfront. Both have  own entrance & appliances. Good  return, can be bought seperately  if desired. 886-7108.  2 Bdrm. Duplex. Davis Bay.  Immed. possession, no appliances. 885-9719.  65'x 130 Cockrane Rd. Sewer  by. asking $12,500. Phone after  6 pm. 886-7407.  Lot 67 x 123 - Malaview Road,  (off  Pratt).      Hydro   &  water.  $11,500.    o.b.o.    Terms    avail.  886-7540  1.3 acres  lower Roberts Creek  886-9516  $41,000. Duplex  2 small 2 bdrm. units in Gibsons-  assume mortgage @93A% ($220.  per mo.). Gross monthly income  $350. Lot 65' x 260', subdividable possibilities soon. Owners  may carry 2nd mort. 886-7218  2V2 yr. old beautiful view home,  central Gibsons. 2 bdrms,  sewing room, heatilator fireplace,  tiled hearth, W/W thru out,  Vanity 4 pee. bathroom, extra  high panelled bsmt. with furn.  bdrm. 'A bathroom possible  suite. Fenced,    landscaped,  matching garage plus 3 major  appliances, clear title. $56,000.  Call 886-2644  Property  3  bedroom  home for sale,   by  owner, low D.P. Large level lot  886-7070  One year young home with 2 irg  bedrooms and carport on lovely  view lot in West Sechelt. $41,000.  Phone 885-9582   1232 sq. ft. 3 bdrm Brand New  Home in area of new homes in  Gibsons. Possible 4th bdrm.  downstairs, rec. room & utilities.  Gower Pt. & Franklin Rd. area,  300 feet to Beach, fantastic view  of ocean. Priced right in the  40's, mortgage avail. 886-9890  For Sale by owner in Gibsons.  3 bdrm., 2 fireplaces, finished  rec. room, nicely landscaped lot  with superb view. Priced in mid  60's. 886-2736   FOR SALE by Builder  New 1200 sq. ft. home with full  basement. Includes shake roof,  carpets, finished fireplaces, up  and down and custom kitchen  cabinets. Located on Chaster  Rd. on 100 x 100' beautifully  treed lot near the newly proposed  Pratt Rd. School. Priced for excellent value in mid 50's, by  contractor. Call 886-7511.  By owner, 3 view lots on Highway  101 Hopkins, 50' x 145' each.  Centre lot has 2 bdrm. home with  Vt basement, A-Oil, blacktop  drive, F.P. $56.000. 886-2320.  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.  For Sale:   8 x 35' trailer with or  without 8 x 35' addition.   Furn.  fridge, stove & freezer.    $3500.  885-2465  Travel  YOUR GATEWAY TO THE  FUN AND SUN  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  Pre-Xnoos Special  Waikiki $459.00  Depart Dec. 13, 27; Jan.  10, 24.  Includes direct flight from  Vancouver, 14 nights accomodation, based on  double occupancy with kitchenette, hotel transfer.  Limited seats available.  RENO $94.50  Based on dble. occ. - 8 day, 7 nig ht  bus tour leaving every Saturday.  Included is experienced tour guide,  good accom., side trips to Carson  City, capital of Nevada, beautiful  Lake Tahoe, historic Virginia City,  the city of Sparks, 2 cocktail parties  and the best in bonus coupons.  Super weekend  RENO$169.50  Fly from Vancouver every Thursday  to Sunday - incl. baaed upon dble.  occ, 3 nights, Hotel, transfers &  over $80.00 bonus coupons per person. Limited seatsavailable.  Superior Tours Ltd.  Lobby of Sandman Inn  180 West Georgia St.,  689-7117  CALL COLLECT  for information  Too Late to  Classify  Lost: Brown & white male collie.  Family Pet, Please call Penny  at 886-9047.  For Sale by owner: New 1595 sq.  ft. house. Full basement, dbl.  plumbing, 2 fireplaces, carport,  sundeck, 4 bdrms. leaded dbl.  glass windows. On large view  lot, Selma Park. Approx. value  $63,000. Selling for $60,000.   885-3773   Thank you to the Elves Club and  the thoughtful person who was  thinking of me. Merry Christmas  Al Scott  Lost: Black & white Persian  female cat, "Mitzy" between  Gibsons & Sechelt. 886-7095  or 885-2194.  New 14" color portable TV set,  won in a contest $350.886-7097  I wish to express my thanks to  all those who helped me win the  Disneyland contest with their  subscription to the Vancouver  Sun. Kerry White.  For Rent: 2 bdrm. suite in house,  private yard, garage, appliances,  electric heat. Lower Gibsons,  no pets please. $182. per mo.  886-7810  For Sale: 1965 Ford stn. wagon.   886-2621   For Rent: 12 x 68' 3 bdrm.  trailer, furnished, $225.00 per  mo. 886-2621  3   Springer   Spaniels,   black   &  white.   Ready now, asking $30.  885-2191  Moved to Vancouver, but still  buying swords, knives, guns,  armour, watches, gold & silver  jewellery, sterling flatware,  medals, ships models, carvings,  diamonds and other precious  stones. Same policy prevails-  send articles to us, tell us what  you want, and if we can pay your  price, we will-if not will return  goods, prepaid; or bring them  yourself to #1008, 935 Marine  Drive, (Park Royal Towers),  West Van. or phone 922-9508  eves, (not collect). Hugh Wea-  therby.  For Sale: 71C Borg Warner 2:1  reduction reverse gear rebuilt  1974, unused since, $600.00  12V Woodfreeman Mechanical  'Hunting' type pilot, complete &  for mechanical steering, offers."  534-2432  For Sale: 1970 Chev 4 x 4 V8  auto, positract, power steering,  very clean, 885-9416 days, or  eves. 885-2659.  Roman Catholic Services  for Christmas  First    Mass    of    Christmas:  .8 p.m.  Dec.   24 St.   Mary's.  Gibsons.  12   Midnight   Our   Lady   of  Lourdes, Sechelt.  Second   Mass   of  Christmas:  10 a.m. Dec. 25 Holy Family  Church, Sechelt.  Third    Mass    of   Christmas:  12 Noon St. Mary's Gibsons.  Sunday Dec. 26. 10 a.m. Our  Lady of Lourdes, Sechelt.  12 Noon St. Mary's, Gibsons  7:30 p.m. Holy Family Church,  Sechelt.  The sacrament of Penance  and Reconciliation: Friday  Dec. 24: 4 - 5 p.m. Holy Family  6:30 - 8:00 pm. St. Mary's,  Gibsons.  10:30 -  11:30 pm. Our Lady  ofLourdes.  Church Services  Roman Catholic Services  Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor  Times of Sunday Mass:  8:00 p.m. Saturday and 12 Noon  Sunday at St. Mary's Church in  Gibsons  In Sechelt: 8:30 a.m. Our Lady of  Lourdes Church, Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. Holy Family Church  885-9526  UNITED CHURCH  Rev. Annette M. Reinhardt  9:30a.m.-St. John's  Davis Bay  11:15a.m. -Gibsons  886-2333  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.  Evening Service 7 p.m.  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  Pastor G. W. Foster  SEVENTH-DAY ADVENUST  CHURCH  Sabbath School Sat. 3:00p.m.  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  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Services and Sundav 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  Salvation Army  Camp Sunrise  Hopkins Landing  Sunday 2 p.m.  In the Chapel  886-9432  Everyone is Welcome  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  Study 7:00 p.m.  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2660  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:00 a.m.  Revival 7:00p.m.  Bible Study Wed. 7 JO p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dykes 12.  Coast News, December 21,1976.  by John K. Mason  The Quire of Kootenay West  A Biography of Bert Herridge by  Maurice Hodgson, Hancock  House Publisers, Saanichton.  229 pages. Price:  $12.95.  Hancock House has included  a Preface by John D. Diefen-  baker. Now this is very interesting: I always had the idea that  Mr. Diefenbaker's middle name  was George. I don't like nitpicking, but Hancock loses thirty  points.  Kidding aside, this is a solidly  effective biography of a much-  loved Kootenay politician.  Maurice Hodgson has performed  a valuable duty in this interestingly written biography which is  also an evocation of Kootenay  West in the early Twentieth  Century.  Maurice Hodgson taught at  West Kootenay's Selkirk College  for several years. During this  time, he developed a close friendship with Bert Herridge (until  the "Squire" died in 1972).  The author now teaches at Douglas College, is working on a biography of the 19th century explorer Admiral, Sir Edward  Belcher (with the assistance of a  Killam Memorial Scholarship).  Alligator Pie Poems by Dennis  Lee, 64 pages. Pictures by Frank  Newfeld. Price: $3.95. Mac-  millans Canada, Toronto.  For diminutive citizens. The  poems are colloquial and catchy,  right out of our current and historical Canadian environment.  The pictures - in attractive  colour - are sprightly and calculated to wring laughter from small  throats.  Mouse Woman & The Vanished Princesses by Christie Harris.  155 pages, Illustrated (stunningly!) by Douglas Tait. Price:  $7.95.  It's axiomatic that, in books  for the Little People, the pictures  go a long way to either making  or breaking. Considering Douglas Tait's superb black and white  drawings, I would say that  Christie Harris' Mouse Woman &  The Vanished Princesses is off  to a flying start.  Supernatural beings called  Narnuks roamed the Northwest  coast wilderness. One of the  smallest - and most difficult  to get along with - was a character called Mouse Woman. She  specialized in being a stickler for  proper mischevious behaviour.  Which was odd in itself, for  narnauks Gike the god, Loki of  Scandanavian myth) often tried  to trick humans and steal them  away. And most often of all,  young princesses!  This book details how certain  princesses were lured away  by such varied creatures as a  bear, a magic plume, gigantic  snails, and even the owner of  a magic hat.  Mouse Woman never has an  easy time of it. Her skill is  tried to the breaking-point at  times. But all is at last made  equal. And that was what she  was really after.  Mouse Woman is sometimes a  mouse, sometimes a small grandmother. However, she is always  enterprising, sympathetic and --  in a surprisingly nice way, very,  very proper.  Separation by Richard Rohmer.  240 pages. McClelland & Stewart  Toronto. Price:$10.35.  Richard Rohmer, the author  of Separation - the latest novel  about Quebec separating from  Canada - is a successful lawyer,  an aviator, an inventor (we are  not informed of what) and an  Arctic specialist (his so-called  North Mid-Canada Green Belt  theory attracted quite a bit of  attention a few years back).  His previous novels. Ultimatum, Exoneration and Exodus/  UK, have been what is euphemistically called "bestsellers" in  Canada (I believe that means a  book which has sold 20,000 -  30,000 hardback copies). And  with these novels, Mr. Rohmer's  legend has been growing like a  snowslide careening down a  mountainside.  For, Richard Rohmer seems to  be one of the few writers in  this, or any other country, to  write successful "novels" without the slightest discernible  ability to create anything but  cardboard characters. He can  contrive timely and exciting plot  situations, for example: Separation involves, among other  things, what happens when the  government of Quebec decides  to separate; how the assassination of a major Arab leader by a  beautiful PLO terrorist affects  the course of public affairs in  Britain and Canada (can't you  just see the film possibilities  for the likes of an Otto Premin-  ger?) and the implications of a  dramatic British election in the  face of worldwide political and  economic crises.  Pardon me if I'm wrong, but  I've always had this strange idea  that a novel -- even a 'thriller'  involves the consequences ort  human character of the plot. In  other words, that the plot is only  the external means of bringing  about changes in the characters.  However, if McClelland &  Stewart's sales figures are to be  trusted, the Canadian public  seems to have reversed this set  of ground rules; seems to be  saying, in effect: "never mind  the characterization -- let's get  on with a whirl-wind story!"  All of which appears to make of  Richard Rohner something of a  magician ��� he has created a new  sort of non-novel in which plot  is ALL, the characters nothing.  (Or was that what the old pulp  writers of the Thirties used to  do, not knowing they were creating a new literary form?)  For a credible novel on the  same theme, try and get Ellis  Portal's KBBng Ground (Peter  Martin Associates, Toronto)  which appeared a few years back.  It's about time they did it in  paperback, anyway! "Portal"  (his real name was Bruce Powe)  at lease could create characters  recognizable as more-or-less  approximations of the Genus  Homo.  NEW SUBDIVISION on GLASSFORD ROAD  GIBSONS  3, 4AND5 BEDROOM HOMES  UNDER   $50,000.  *   If you buy while they're building - otherwise the appraised price  will be charged.  CHOOSE FROMSPANISH STYLE, AMERICAN PROVINCIAL,  COLONIAL, CONTEMPORARY.  with 11/2 to 2 baths.  ALL  ALL  ALL  ALL  with Fireplaces (1 or2)  with Laundry room, Rec. room or  extra Bedroom  with Village Water and Sewer.  near2 Beaches and Fish ing, shopping, Schools and Post Office.  Buy before completion, and yon can  choose colours, carpeting, panelling  and Interior Decor!  You can enjoy all the advantages  the added expenses!  of a custom-built home without  SPANISH-STYLE HOME BUILT BY ANGEL  ALSO CUSTOM BUILDING ON YOUR LOT!  For Further I nf or mat ion:  885-3759  !oCQ&CX300000C��ftPPQaOPOOOQOO^  lilllilll^^  Govt. Inspected   Ready to Eat  SMOKED HAMS  Shank Portion  lb.$ 1.09  Canada Grade A Beef  Govt. I nspected  (1st. 5 ribs only)  PRIME ROAST Ib. $1.59  Govt. Inspected  SAUSAGE MEAT lb. 79'  Govt. Inspected   Cocktail  SAUSAGE  Poultry  STUFFING     Ib. '1.49  Ib. 79  to  B.C. Grown Macintosh  APPLES  Canada Fancy Grade  4 lbs. '1.00  Imported   Premium  YAMS  Canada #1 Grade  lb.   29  Ocean Spray  CRANBERRIES  Canada #1 Grade  lb. 39  'feiiwS  psrTSfRS  wm  B.C. Grown or I mp.   Canada #1 Grade  BRUSSELS SPROUTS Ib.   39  Libby's Fancy  Tomato  JUICE  48fl. oz.Tin  67  Mom's  MARGARINE  $  3 lb. Pkgs.  1.39  Libby's Fancy  FRUIT COCTAIL  2  14fl.OZ.  Tins  89  DAYS \ | CRACKERS  Nabob  MINCEMEAT  48 oz. Jar  2.19  Niblets/Fancy/Whole   Kernel  CORN  12 fl. oz. Tins  89  Cloverleaf    Small  SHRIMP  4oz. Tin  99  Christies Plain  'Ritz'  16oz. Pkg.  98  C  Bick's Sweet Mixed  PICKLES  32fl.oz. Jar  s 1.19 |t  Kraft/Processed Slices  CHEESE  Singles 1 lb. Pkg.  1.59  Mai kin's or Nabob  FANCY PEAS  McLarens Marashino  CHERRIES  12 fl. oz.Tins  99  Old Dutch  chips C 69  (no meat)    4  Q 4.5fl.  ill  oz.Jars  69  Fine or Reg,  1 Jb. Pkg.  2.33  EXTRA  White Swan   Asstd /White & Bordered ^^^^  PAPER TOWELS2^ 99  Dad's  Shortbread  COOKIES  10oz. Pkg.  99*1*  Neilson's/Salted  MIXED NUTS  $  13 oz.Tin  1.89  WffiM  Nabob  TEA BAGS  $  Pkg.125's  2.29  \##j:t$:!$Wi?fr  jiEiiiiSiiiSrSfttit:;  Lucky  ��:��  wmmmmmm��w  Ocean Spray  SAUCE  Cranberry  Whole or  Jellied  14 oz.Tin  59  Reynolds  FOIL WRAP  18*x2&' Rott  Weston's   Stoned  WHEAT THINS  20 oz. Pkg.  99  BRUSSELS  Fraser Vale/Froseh  to 02. Pkg,  Smed ley / Small Whol e  CARROTS    i"��.��.-nn 59  ij^iitii^  WMM$,  ���GZ^:  Martha Caine  IV!CU II Id WOII IC | �� ^^        ,_    ^%  FRUITCAKE   -2.19  Ventura/Frozen Sliced  STRAWBERRIES    69  Et  FOODS  GIBSONS  Prices Effective:  Dec. 16toDec. 24  We Reserve the Right  To Limit Quantities  V        FOOD  x    STORKS /  SM  ���  fc.


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