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Array Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C.  uzie  retires from service  The lower Gibsons merchants and businessmen met at the  Dogwood Cafe last week to^iscuss the future of their section of  town.  Topics under discussion included the future development of  the area and plans to attract more business to the lower village.  37.5 mills for   schools  Local school board administrator Roy Mills told the Coast  News last Friday that the increase  in the provincial base mill rate  for school purposes will raise  the local school board mill rate  to 44.97 in the comingyear.  Mills stressed that, these figures were based on the current  "provisional budget" and added  that either the school board or  the provincial government might  change the figures before they  become effective next spring.  The announcement by Provincial    Education    Minister    Pat  McGeer last Thursday stated  that the provincial government  will need 37.5 mills of basic  property levy in the coming year.  The rate has'grown from 26.5 in  1975 to 32.5 in 1976 to about  37.5 mills in 1977, an increase  of almost fifty percent.  Should all other factors remain  the same, the increase in the  school board tax on property  assessments will bring the local  rate within the village of Gibsons  to 82.78 mills, while Sechelt will  rise to an even 74 mills.  A study in contrasts  Two Novembers - a study in contrast. If you think we've been  having funny weather, you're right.  The 16 year average precipitation for November is 180.1 mm.  November 1975 netted a record of 277.9 mm of which 24.2 was  snow, also a record. This year, November had a low of 65.3 mm  of rain, which is quite a contrast. In 1975 precipitation was recorded on 22 days, 16 consecutively, out of 30, compared with  just 12 days, this year.  In 1975 the temperature varied between a daytime high of  17 on November 4th, to an overnight low of -5C on November  29th. This year's daytime high, also on November 4th, was  13 C but the overnight low was only -1 on November 27th and  28th. So we have been lucky so far this winter, lets hope it will  continue throughout January and February.  Local shoppers lined up early last week in order totake  advantage ofthe bargains at the new Super-Valu store in  Gibsons.  Appointment  John E. Nidiolson, currently  the Principal of Belmont Elementary School in Langley has been  assigned the position of Superin-  tedent of Instuction, effective  January 1st, 1977, by the local  School District #46 Board of  Trustees.  Nicholson has previously served in Kamloops, Hudson Hope,  Greenwood and Langley and has  a Masters Degree in Education.  Main interests include the development of Physical Education  programs and the Elementary  Reading program.  The Sechelt Teacher's Association claimed last week that the  administrative post was unnec-  cesary and that the money would  be better spend in the classroom.  Shannon  returned  Robert James Shannon, the  suspected murderer cf local  Gibsons resident Bill Black was  arrested on October 29th in Mexico City.  Superintendent Northrop of  the Vancouver R.C.M.P. told the  Coast News on Friday that both  Canada and the U. S. were seeking to extradite Shannon, an escapee from an Oregon State Penitentiary. Northrop stated that  Mexico was sympathetic to the  Canadian request and expected  that the Canadian government  would be given priority in this  situation.  Shannon, known locally as  Shawn McCord, will be brought  back to Sechelt for preliminary  trial if the Canadian government  is granted extradition. He will  then be sent on to the Vancouver  Assize courts, if found guilty,  to stand for a murder charge.  Editors Note: Sunday, December  4th.: Shannon has been deported  from Mexico and is now in the  custody of the Vancouver Police.  He is expected to be brought to  the Sunshine Coast next week for  a preliminary trial.  The Sunshine Coast Queen will sail its last run on Monday night if everything goes as planned  with the introduction ofthe Queen of New Westminster onto the Howe Sound crossing.  Assistant Terminal Agent Barry Lynn told the Coast News on Saturday that all auxiliary employees had been laid off in preparation for the changeover and a reduction of services that will  eliminate at least one night run as well as both the 5:30 a.m. and 7:40 a.m. sailings.   The em  ployees laid off the Sunshine Coast Queen have been sent to the manning pool and will be re  stationed on the new service.  The carrying capacity of the Queen of New Westminster is roughtly equivilant to that of the  'Suzy* with a total of approximately 200 vehicles per crossing. The Tsawwassen will remair  the smaller of the two with a capacity of 140 vehicles.  Re-printed below is a proposed schedule for the crossing. It must be noted however, lha.  sources within B. C. Ferries have stated that due to the poor connections with the Powell River  crossing, as this schedule nowstands, the Minister has decided to review the situation and minor  alterations may be made before the schedule is officially released.  WINTER SCHEDULE  Effective Monday December 13,1976  * - M. V. Queen of New Westminster  t - M. V. Queen of Tsawwassen  Fri.  Sat. Sun.  Horseshoe Bay--Langdale  0755*  0645 *  1010*  0900 *  1115t  1000t  1225*'  1115*  1335t  1225t  1550t  1445t  1710*  1600*  1820t  1710t  1930*  1820*  2040f  1930t  2200*  2040*  2300t  2150t  Mon.  -Thurs.  Horseshoe Bay ��� Langdale  0755*  0645*  1010*  0900*  1115t  lOOOt  1225*  1115*  1335f  1225t  1550t  1445f  1710*  1600*  1930*  1820*  2200*  2040*  Voting confirmed  A re-count of the aldermanic  voting for Sechelt Council by  ... ludge Campbell of the Vancouver.  county court has resulted in a  confirmation of the totals as  issued on the Sunday after the  election by Village Clerk Tom  Wood.  Wood told the Coast News  last Friday that the judge appeared to believe that it was not within  his powers to question the legality  of the votes, only to count the  votes and tabulate the return.  Candidate High Baird asked for  the judicial recount last week  after it was made known that at  least two people who cast votes  were not in fact eligible to vote.  Baird told the Coast News that  he would be unable to continue  ... the., fight ,.djue. to the high legal,  costs and the fact that he had  already taken too much time away  from his business.  Former Alderman Frank Liet-  ner will now take up the seat  once again despite the fact that  the vote turned out to be a 137-  137 tie between Lietner and barbershop owner Frode Jorgenson.  Jorgenson earlier stated that he  would step down in Lietner's  favor.  Baird, in fourth position for  the two vacant seats with 132,  has already announced his intention to run again in next  year's election.  Curling  grant  The Honourable Sam Bawlf,  Minister of Recreation and Conservation,- says-that a grant of  $16,666.00 to the Gibson's Winter  Club has been approved.  Mr. Bawlf said, "This grant  raises the provincial contribution  to one-third of the construction  cost of a four-sheet curling rink.  The project had previously received $50,000.00 from the province."  The facility includes a lounge,  viewing area, multi-purpose  activity room as well as the rink.  "Volunteer labour, donations  and enthusiastic community support played a major role in  making this recreational facility  a reality", stated Mr. Bawlf.  Santa Claus paid a visit to the new Sunnycrest Mall in Gibsons last week and as  the picture shows he was every bit as jolly as his reputation has lead us to believe.  Santa will be visiting the mall every Friday evening from 6:30 - 9:00 and every  Saturday from 2;30 - 5:00 from now until Christmas.  Santa will a little bit of help in setting the holiday spirit ablaze with appearances  by the Gibsons Elementary School carolers on Dec. 15th from 1:00 to 1:30, the  Elphinstone Secondary band and carolers on Dec. 17th from 7:00 - 8:00 and the  Pioneer Girls Carolers on Dec. 22 from 1:00 -1:30. Coast News, December 7, 1976  V  ^^'"WwwU.  ���'��'-���>:-'*���������.-.' -  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 -LindyMoseley  Subscription Rates:  Distributed Free to alladresses on the Sunshine Coast  British Columbia $6.00 per year; $4.00 for six months  Canada except B.C. $8.00 per year.  United States and Foreign $10.00 per year.  Phone 886-2622or 886-7817   P.O. Box 460, Gibsons, B C  Superintendent  The decision by the board of trustees  of School District #46to go ahead with the  appointment of a Mr. John Nicholson as  Superintendent of Instruction, despite  the objections of the Sechelt Teacher's  Association and other groups is likely to  once again increase the continuing confrontation between this board and it's  teaching employees. The result, if not  carefully handled will be a demoralization  of the local staffs and a corresponding  drop in the quality of education given.  The teachers feel that the board is  only too willing to grant additional funds  for administrative personnel while at the  same time refusing to put extra staff and  equipment in the classrooms were it is  desperately needed. In addition the  teachers felt that they should have at  least a minority voice in approving the  candidate for the post, although they  still remained in opposition to the concept  of the post itself. The board again saw  fit to deny the teachers this right on the  gounds that there were too many local  applications.  What the board has accomplished is  the hiring of a topflight educator who will,  be thrust into a post which the teachers,  whom he must work with, describe as  "useless". Nicholson will have little  support and will be in the position of  having to justify his very existence on a  regular basis. Under those conditions  we must agree with the teachers, it was  badly handled. Now, it up to the STA to  prove that they will not allow politics  to influence the quality of education.  Give Nicholson a chance. Not for the sake  of the board but for the sake of the  students he might be able to help.  Recount  A Vancouver county court judge  backed up Sechelt council's original vote  count for last month'selection at a special  judicial recount in Vancouver last Wednesday, but unfortunately the main  points of contention were left unsolved.  High Baird the candidate for council  who requested the recount after losing by  five votes, wished to see a full examination of the votes. The judge however,  went by the book and decided that his  sole responsibility was to count the votes  accepted by the returning officer. With  at least two people known to have voted  illegally the decision seems at the least,  slightly remarkable. Especially when the  situation also involves a dead tie between  candidates Jorgenson and Lietner.  Baird later announced that he is unable  to proceed with further legal action to  solve the matter, as his business has  already been neglected and the costs  would be prohibitive.  Once again it has been proven that if  something can go wrong, it will happen  in Sechelt council. Due to the fact that  Jorgenson is willing to step down in  favour of Lietner there will be no runoff to break the tie. With at least two  illegal votes cast and only a five vote  spread between Lietner, Jorgenson and  Baird we will probably never know who  actually has the right to take that seat  on council in January.  At least Baird has proven that the "village elders" can no longer expect to  get away with back-room private countings the day after the election. If the  next election is not run cleaner, someone  may take the matter to the courts and  fight it through to a new election.  As the village returning officer stated  at Mondays recount, "it was a waste of  time". If she does her job right the first  time, next year we may not have to  bother.  Mill Rate  The Minister of Education, Pat McGeer  announced last week that the instructional unit for 1977 will be $24,500 and  that the basic mill rate will be raised once  again to a new high of 37.5 mills. In 1975  the rate was only 26.5 mills.  Local school board administrator Roy  Mills claimed last Friday that the increased government mill rate will push  the total local school taxes up to about  44.97 mills, an increase of about 4.06  mills above the 40.91 mills collected by  the board last year.  The school tax rate  will remain at about 51% of the total  tax bill within the Village of Gibsons and  about 58% withinthe Village of Sechelt.  The increases announced by McGeer  prove only too clearly that areas such as  this with high land assessments will  always be the ones to receive the most  benefit from this formula.  The time has come for education costs  to be split up on a more even basis.  There are too many local residents who  will just not be able to afford the 80 odd  mills of tax that is to be levied within  the village.  .from the files of Coast News  5YEARS AGO  Five years ago today all Saggitarians  were warned that the "results of actions  in the past will start catching up with  you."  The economics branch of the Department of Agriculture warns consumers  of a drastic increase in the price of pork  over the Christmas season while Ken's  Lucky Dollar advertises various pork  cuts at prices ranging from 69$ to 89$  per pound.  10 YEARS AGO  Gibsons derk Charles Gooding recommends Gibsons council seek representation on the newly formed Regional Board.  William Haley was elected president  of the Gibsons O.A.P.O. for his seventh  term in that office.  15 YEARS AGO  November rain and snowfall totalled  10.65 inches. The normal average  was 7.36 inches. High temperature was  55 degrees and the low 25.  Bill Scott was elected chief of Gibsons  Fire Department.  Gibsons was considering expanding to  take in the area along the highway from  Bals Lane to North Road. Council mem  bers debate the pros and cons.  20 YEARS AGO  The coast News subscription rate  was raised to $2.50per year from $2.00.  Sechelt's Claytons open a new Tom  Boy store in Sechelt village.  25 YEARS AGO  Maintaining suppers were too costly  to prepare for people who did not attend,  Sechelt's Board of Trade meetings will  be supperless'till further notice.  Provincial water engineer T. S. Conway  outlined proposals for an increased water  supply to the Village of Gibsons at a  meeting which 70people attended.  Three school trustees were returned  by acclamation nomination day thus continuing the board as it was the previous  year.  30 YEARS AGO  The P.T.A. is tryingto get a permanent  doctor in Sechelt. The community would  have to guarantee a "substantial salary"  and provide a house for the new doctor.  The difficulty came in locating a house.  A grocer hung this sign over the door  to his establishment: 'What food these  morsels be".  byL.R. Peterson  Champion & White Hillside gravel plant in 1936. Except for one diesel  shovel and four trucks, power for all operations, highly automated for the  time, was provided by electricity generated by water piped from nearby  Dakota and McNair Creeks.   Here, from the left, Martin Morgan, William  Anderson, Ray Kehoe, Jack Russell, George Hunter, Earl George, Fred  O'Fallan, and Jack Campbell, plant superintendent, stand by a truck shod  with hard-rubber tires, in front of a pile of crushed rock. The pit closed in  1963, and was repopened by Construction Aggregate in 1974. Vancouver  Province photo, donated to Elphinstone Pioneer Museum by Bruce Campbell.  TO    A    LOUSE  On seeing one on a Lady's bonnet at church  Ha! whare ye gaun, ye crowlin ferlie?  Your impudence protectsyou sairly;  I canna say but yet strunt rarely  Owre gauze and lace,  Tho' faith! I fear ye dine but sparely  On sic a place.  Ye ugle, creepin, blastit wonner,  Detested, shunn'dby sauntan' sinner,  How daurye set your fit upon her���  Sae fine a lady!   -;,...  Gae somewhere else and seek your dinner  On some poor body.  Swith! in some beggar's hauffetsquattle;  There ye may creep, and sprawl, and sprattle,  Wi'ither kindred, jumpingcattle;  In shoals and nations;  Whare horn nor bane ne'er daur unsettle  Your thick plantations.  Now haud you there lye'reouto' sight,  Below thefatt'rils, snug an' tight,  Na, faith yet yet! ye'11 no be right,  Till ye've got on it���  The vera tapmost, tow'rin height  O'Miss's bonnet.  My sooth! right bauld ye set your nose out,  As plumb an' grey asoniegrozet:  0 for some rank, mercurial rozet,  Or fell, red smeddum,  I'd gie you sic a hearty dose o't,  Wad dress your droddum!  1 wad na been surpris'd to spy  You on an auld wife's flainen toy;  Or aiblins some bit duddie boy,  On's wyliecoat;  Bit Miss's fine Lunardi! fye!  How daurye do't?  O Jeany, dinna toss your head,  An' set your beauties a' bread!  Ye little ken what cursed speed  The blastie's makin!  Thae winks an' finger-ends, I dread,  Are notice takin!  O wad some Power the giftie gie us  To see oursels as ithers see us!  It wad frae monie a blunder free us,  An'foolish notion:  What airs in dress an' gait wad lea 'e us,  An'ev'n devotion!  by ROBERTBURNS  Commentary  Moral pollution?  The Vancouver Police Department released a report on the  juvenile justice system last week  that claims the errant youths  are costing the city more than  $11 million per annum. Though,  the figure for such crime on the  Sunshine Coast is by no means  as high, the problem still exists  and what's more, is increasing  in both frequency and violence  every year. A constant stream  of vandalizations, thefts and burglaries are reported by local residents and the police each week,  most of which never see print  due to the simple fact that they  long ago ceased to be news.  The report also states that the  onus for these crimes should  fall on the parents and recommended opening up juvenile  trials to the public and the media.  The assumption, presumably  being that if their friends were  aware of their illicit activities,  they would be embarrased into  "going straight".  The report places little or no  blame on the police themselves  as well as other juvenile justice  departments such as the courts,  probation service or the Department of Human Resources,  as might be expected.  Though it is hard to fault the  report's recommendation that  parents be held responsible for  habitually criminal youth, in most  other respects the police have  once again shown that they  understand littleof the motivation  or peer group pressure behind  the rising juvenile crime rate.  - Opening up the court cases of  juveniles to the press will merely  serve to immortalize in print or  film, the actions of a few. Those  few will then become the idols  of their friends who will strive  to do them one better and make  a bigger splash on page 1.  Then after recommending an  "opening up of the courts",  a further recommendation calls  for "programs to be set up to  counteract the problems arising  from detrimental media productions". The report agains does  not offer further clarification of  that phrase.  Yet another recommendation  in the police report calls for  increased juvenile jail sentences  and a new type of higher security  juvenile institution for habitual  offenders. The report does not  seem to take into consideration  the psychological effects of  spending half of your adolescent  years behind bars. Can we really  expect a person to develop into  a responsible citizen if when we  still consider them too legally  young to be responsible for their  own actions, we at the same time  punish them in a manner normally reserved for adults who are  legally aware oftheirresponsibili-  ties?  The figures that accompany the  report show better than any  description by the police, the  nature of the beast known as  juvenile delinquency. The report claims that the $11 million  in damages and losses to the city  is comprised of $4.5 million in  shoplifting, $4.5 million in arson,  $1.7 million in residential burglaries and $500,000 in wilful  damage to private and public  property. Especially in the case  of the arson attempts on schools  etc., surely the answer lies more  in psychological programs within  the school to isolate and treat  those youths whoare so incapable  of operating within the perscribed  system that they might be willing to burn the school to the  ground to escape that confrontation. All that can be done to  counteract the other problems  such as burglary, shoplifting and  theft is to tighten security measures and make the parents responsible for the actions of their  children.  If a fourteen year old youth is  out snatching purses or stealing  tape decks at 2 a.m., we must  ask the parents why? If a couple  of sixteen year old girls are  caught shoplifting from the local  department store on a Saturday  afternoon, then the onus must  fall on the shoplifters themselves,  as it is unreasonable to expect  that kind of control from parents,.  at least on a first offence. But  what about the fifteen year old  boy who is being hauled up on  his thirty-seventh breaking and  entering charge or the seventeen  year old girl who has just been  busted four times for soliciting?  Will tougher juvenile jails help  solve that situation? Are the  parents capable of any control?  The onus must fall on somebody, but more than likely it  is society as a whole. Parental  permissiveness, lax courts, and  "detrimental media productions"  have done their work. The juvenile delinquent is too often a hero  to his peers. It's a moral pollution that becomes harder to  undo with each step we take towards a more regimented and  faster changing world.  Perhaps, all we can do is learn  to live with it, just controlling  it as best we can.  Re-print.. .Re-print... Re-print.. .Re-prin  Ibis article first appeared In  the Coast News Match 27,1952.  Although a home-town boy is  never quite accepted a prohpet  by his neighbours, Les Peterson  did, nevertheless, give the village  something to think about when he  addressed Kinsmen last Thursday. He advocated immediate  planning for parks and playgrounds within easy reach of  everyone in Gibsons.  Strangely, and without his  knowing it, he repeated the  theme used by Gus Sivertz, Vancouver Sun writer, when he ad  dressed the board of trade three  days earlier. Gus pointed out the  importance of setting aside small  tracts of land for children and for  visitors.  A town can mushroom with  new businesses and with homes  and find, when the sawing and  hammering is done, that no land  has been set aside for a park  bench, fish pond, and swings. Already there is limited access to  the beach, and unless some planning is done now, the youngsters  of Gibsons will have to go to Vancouver's English Bay or some  other distant beach for a swim --  when we have miles of shoreline  right around home.  Nobody wants to see Gibsons  become another Coney Island,  but as long as the ferry is running  we've got to realize that day-  picnickers are going to come  around this way.  As Gus Sivertz said, one of the  finest things we can do is show  them that we like to have them  drop in to visit us.  But, at the present time, there  is precious little for a Sunday  visitor to do when he gets here���  unless, of course, he has friends  who'll take him in.  Perhaps Walt Disney's most well loved film is Peter Pan  which is coming to the Twilight Theatre Thursday, Friday and  Saturday, the 9th, 10th, and 11th, with a Matinee at 2:00 p.m.  Saturday. Below: During an ill-fated duel with Pan, the captain lost his hand. Hook's loss becomes the crocodile's gain  Fortunately for Hook, the croc swallows an alarm clock which  ticks loudly. Don't miss this exciting and unforgettable show  fc Coast News, December 7, 1976  Enjoying the selection inside the new Super-Valu store  in Sunnycrest Plaza. Theseshoppers were among the first  to enter the new store after the official opening last week.  Harmony Hall prepares for New Years  Well, to get back to business,  how did you like the Gibsons  Lions Club dinner? I throught it  was fabulous, a million thanks  to the Lions and also the Ladies  Auxiliary of Branch #109 Royal  Canadian Legion who did the  cooking of such a wonderful  meal. It was just marvellous  ladies and on behalf of the members of Harmony Branch #38,  O.A.P.O., I extend to you my  heartfelt and grateful thanks for  the job you did so well. I can  see now why everyone around  Gibsons looks so healthy, how  could they look otherwise with  such a wonderful bunch of cooks  around. I would also like to thank  all the members of the business  community who donated all the  wonderful gifts, you sure made a  lot of people happy, so thanks for  being so generous and may you  all continue to prosper in your  different kinds of business.  Congratulations to Armand Wold  and his vocalists for their wonder-  Auxiliary  The Sechelt Women's Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital is presently collecting signatures for the  Christmas Greeting list to be  published in the local newspapers. The list is open to the  public so you need not be a member to have your name included.  If you are interested, contact  Betty Monk at 885-9310 or leave  your name and donation at Uncle  Mick's Ladies Shoe Store in the  Trail Bay Mall,Sechelt.  ful music and entertainment  which was thoroughly enjoyed  by all present. I was pleased and  also surprised at seeing so many  new faces at the dinner and was  wondering if you can get out  for a dinner, why can't you get  out to the meetings?  If transportation is your problem don't let that worry you as  we have a transportation committee formed, all you have to do is  get on the phone and call Mr.  Wally Green at 886-2963 or myself at 886-2363 and we will  arrange it for you.  Our carpet bowling is really  growing, we had 36 attending  last week, the pool table and shuf-  fleboard are also doing a landslide business, it is a pleasure  to see so many seniors having  a good time. To all our carpet  bowlers don't forget December  16th is our Annual Social Gathering, so bring along some extra  goodies and let'shave a ball!  Don't forget Friday December  31st we are having our New Years  Eve party, this is for Branch #38  members only but you are invited to bring a friend. I don't  exactly know what the ladies are  figuring on but I surmise it will  be a smorgasbord, so bring along  a little extra so that we can bring  in the New Year on a full stomach. No liquor will be served so  it is a case of B.Y.O.B. and ice  and mixes will be supplied free.  The party, I presume, will start  at about 8:00 p.m. so let us know  in lots of time if you need transportation. Music will be supplied  by "The Harmony Hi Fi" so  come on out and let's bring in  the New Year with a bang. I  hope 1977 will be as successful  as 1976 has been, we have come  a long way in the past two years,  so lets continue to keep up the  good work.   ,  To get back to the Lions Dinner, I can't let it pass without  saying thanks a million to the  Sechelt Pipe Band who were just  wonderful. It sure makes the old  blood tingle when you hear' the  skirl of the Pipes, the tapping  of the drums and last but not  least, Moe Girard on the big bass  drum, he sure can handle those  "twiddle" sticks. Thanks a  lot fellows for the wonderful job  you did. It doesn't matter what  nationality you are, the skirl of  the pipes sure gets the old adrenalin flowing.  Carpet bowling will finish for  this year on December 16th and  start up again on January 6th.  As many of you are aware, we  now have a pay phone installed  in the hall and the number is  886-9921.  For all those who wish to take  out their membership cards for  1977, Vic Eckstein, our new  Recording Secretary will be  pleased to accomodate you over  at the hall each Thrusday, until  the 16th, between 1:00 and 3:00  p.m. so come along and keep Vic  busy.  Have you had your "Swine  Flu" shot yet? If not phone  886-2228 and make your appointment, if I keep this up they will  be calling me Dr. Holt, but don't  forget it is to your own benefit  and good health, so get these  shots, as we want to see you  around for a longtime yet.  It is getting doser to the  Christmas season, so on behalf  of Kay and myself, I extend to  you our warmest and sincerest  greetings for a truly Merry Christmas and a bright, happy and  healthy New Year. Don't forget  the New Years Eve party (members only). Come on our artd  visit with friends you haven't  seen for a long time. Now I  must close as I have a deadline  to meet, so as they say in the  media, "Thats thirty for tonight ''. Good luck and God bless  you all.  Letters  Bill Clark writes ...  From the Back Porch  Pete Svensen Figgers we shud  go fishin' this weekend an he  asts if I'll giver her a gud try  so wen I cum home the wife has  jest flang out this here plant  wich showed up last Christmas.  It shur luks like a terminal  case to me so I asts where it  cum frum an I ses these here  plants is sposed to perk up wen  you talk to them.  The wife ses she got it frum  her mother who tride talkin' to  it an I ses that explains it, becus  she is ony gud fer ragweed,  poison ivy an bullrushes.  She gets real worked up but  finely she stops fer breath.  ....an bindwort, Ises.  Wot the hell's bindwort?, she '  asts an I ses 1 don't ritely know,  but it shur sounds fitten fer yur  mother.  By the time she has rund down  from cussin' I got the tent out an  the eiderdown bag rollt up.  I ses she shud have tried talkin'  to it herself an she ses she did,  so I tolt her like as not it kicked  the buckit frum overexposure.  She starts spitten' an hollerin'  like a tomcat jest back frum the  vets an I got the fishin' tackle  gathered up.  She wus still goin' strong an  had worked her way back two  generashuns in my fambly wen  Pete Svensen showed up.  I wus throwin' things into the  old Jeep an Pete ses how's it  going? an I ses purty well on  skedule but I gotta go back inter  the basemint fer the gas lamp an  frum now on he can call me  Daniel becus wot I got goin' on  in there is a real lion's den.  I fired up the Jeep an rollt  down the window jest in time becus the wife is still hollerin'.an  she ses one of these days I am  gonna get inter trubble with my .  big mouth an I ses I already did ���  thirty years, five months an for-  teen days ago wen f put the ring  on yur finger, instid of thru my  nose where it has ben ever since.  I rollt up the window an we  wus away an Pete ses that wus  cuttin' her purty close an I ses  nope, becus she is gonna take  two days fer to cool off an she  is gonna enjoy every minute  cussin' me up, down an sideways.  Instid of worryin' whether the  bears has et me, I ses, she is  gonna hope they do an about  Satiddy noon she is gonna visit  her mother. They is gonna holt  hands an drink tea an tell each  other how trajick it wus wen we  got hitched an they is gonna have  a gud cry and save me havin' to  visit the old bat fer anuther  month.  Pete luks at me an ses ain't I  goin' to catch hell wen I cum  home an agin I ses Nope.  Arount about suppertime Sunday, I ses, her conshunce will hit  her an she will start thin kin'  about the gud things I done fer  thirty yeres.  She will put a roast in the oven,  I ses, an wen we roll in arount  ten at nite with a bag of trout she  will have a hot rum ready an  waitin'.  Pete luks at me fer a wile an  then he ses now he knows how  this feller Kissinger does it.  For the record  Editor:  We would like to inform the  public that the ladies wearing  Red Smocks on the street are  Volunteers who work in the Thrift  Shop, and not Inservice Hospital  Volunteers. We hope this will  clear up the rumors that have  been around.  Thank you for your help.  (Mrs.) P. Lamb  Secretary Co-ordinating Council  Nutcracker  Editor:  On Wednesday, 1st.  December,   the   Arlys   Peters'   music  students and the Pioneer Girls of  Calvary Baptist Church, travelled  by bus and three station wagons  to attend the group matinee at the  Queen Elizabeth Theatre, of the  Nutcracker Suite. It was delightful beyond words.    The young  people were involved in games  and  puzzles  on the  ferry   trip  over, and joined in singing Christmas carols on the return trip.  We are grateful to the principals  of the secondary and elementary  schools who viewed this outing  as a learning experience and gave  approval to the absence of the  young people from regular classes.     We are grateful to  the  parents who helped us shepherd  this large group.  We had a fun  day   from   beginning   to   end.  Everybody   contributed   to   the  good day; the youngsters themselves by their excellent behaviour; the parents for their helpful co-operation; Rick Andrews  our bus driver; The Queen Elizabeth  Theatre for their  second  mile help, and McDonald's for  their efficiency in packaging food  for   eighty   hungry   Gibsonites  so that it was still hot when we  got it.   This outing is now part  of our memories of lovely happenings.  JoanB. Rigby  lb.  69��  $1.29  Govt. Inspected Gr. A Beef  CHUCK ROAST  Govt. Inspected  CROSS RIB ROAST  Regular  GROUND BEEF    unitsonoibs.seso  ib 69  By the piece  BOLOGNA ib 69c  Wiltshire  DINNER SAUSAGE  Side By the piece  SIDE BACON  lb.  Ib.  $  1.19  1.19  OVEN FRESH BAKERY  Oven Fresh  FRENCH BREAD  2/99*  14oz.  Oven Fresh     CAK��  White or Chocolate  Iced    $2>29  Each  llllllilii  iiiis:  Weston's  Roman Meal  124,*. Loa. BREAD 59*  Pacific  EVAPORATED MILK  2/69*  15 oz. Tins  Nabob  MINCEMEAT  48 oz. Jar  1.99  Sunlight      LIQUID  DETERGENT  24��. (jgc  COCA COLA  OR SPRITE  sunnght DETERGENT  POWDER  King Size 5 Ib. $ 1    QQ  26 oz. Btl  3/99  & Deposits  Squirrel  PEANUT BUTTER  $1.99  48 oz.Tin  Mccormick's  COOKIES  Choc. Chip or Creme Asst.  99c  1 Vi lb.  Super-Valu  TOMATO  KETCHUP  32oz. Btl.   7Q^  Betty Crocker  SNACKIN CAKES  79*  15 oz. Pkg.  Little Dipper INSTANT  CHOCOLATE  2 lb. Bag     1.39  Pamper  CAT FOOD  6.5 oz. Tins  2/49*  Super-Valu  ICE CREAM  $1.25  2 Litre box  BROCCOLLf    California  California  NAVEL ORANGES  California  AVACADOES  California  LEMONS  ��>,  Sfze 1-38^  6/11.00  29*  Size 40"s  95's  Each  to.  PRICES EFFECTIVE  DECEMBERS 10,11.  We reserve the right to limit quantities  VALU  More than the value is super and we're proving it every day  SUNNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS T<|WJTWIJinm|iPiiiinii.Mwi|iwiiint���i  4.  Coast News, December 7,1976  sons  Christmas greetings  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary  would like to solve your problem  of how to send your Christmas  greetings to all your friends and  at the same time support our own  St. Mary's Hospital. It is so easy.  You make a donation to either  the Royal Bank of Canada or  the Bank of Montreal; your name  is then included in the Greeting  list published in our local paper.  Mrs. Amy Blain. 886-7010, will  also take your donations for our  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary Christmas Greeting fund. We take this  opportunity to wish all our friends  and supporters a blessed and true  Christmas.  cake  Hazel Hadden is known localy  as an excellent cook and this  recipie is an especially requested  one of hers. Not only delicious,  the ingredients make it nutritionally superb.  Hazel Hadden's Unitarian Cake  Vi cup margarine  V* cup brown sugar  2 tbsp. molasses  3 or 4 eggs  4 tsp. vanilla  2 cups wheat germ  1 cup powdered skim milk  1 tsp. baking powder  Optional:  Vi cup coconut  Vi cup raisins, dates, nuts (walnuts, hazelnuts, filberts etc.)  Cinnamon  Melt margarine in 9 x 13 inch  pan. in oven. Add brown sugar  and scrape into bowl, line the  greasy pan withwaxed paper.  To  margarine-sugar combina  tion add molasses, eggs, and  vanilla. Beat together then stir  in wheat germ, powdered milk  and baking powder. Then add  any or all of the following:  cocon it, raisins, dates, cinnamon  and nuts. You can vary the  ingredients and make it different  everytime. Stir only to blend.  Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Peel off waxed paper immediately and enjoy. Excellent  with cream cheese.  Kathy's Kaluh  1 bottle rye whiskeyor vodka  3 cups sugar  2 cups water  1 vanilla bean  3 tbsp. instant coffee  Boil the water, add sugar and  instant coffee and allow to cool.  Add the bottle of rye or vodka,  your choice although rye is preferred. Add bean and let sit for  a month. The longer the better.  Christmas Fireplace Matches,  Tags, Ribbons, Cellophane Rolls,  Sheen, Tle-Ccrds, etc. etc.  Miss Bee's, Sechdt.   DRUMMOND INSURANCE  AUTOPLAN AND MOB! LE HOMES  HOMES �� BOATS 9 LIFE  RESIDENTIAL HOMES * BOATS  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  Worldwide Travel Insurance  Coverage now increased to $7,500.  GIBSONS DENTAL BLOCK  Box 274, Gibsons 886-7751  Despite many objections from local property owners      these signs at the top of the Langdale ferry terminal  continue to clutter the scene.  For the benefit of Peninsula residents,  S.M.T. Coach Lines Ltd. will be operating  a Special Christmas Shoppers' Bus to  Vancouver on the following dates:  Wed.-Dec. 8th  Thur.-Dec. 9th  Fri.-Dec.10th  Wed.-Dec. 15th  Thur.-Dec.16th  Fri.-Dec. 17th  Wed.-Dec. 22nd  Thur.- Dec. 23rd  Fri.-Dec. 24th  DEPARTING FROM:   MadeiraPark   at9:15a.m.  Sechelt at 10:15 a.m.  Langdale        at 11:15 a.m.  ARRIVING AT: Vancouver     aM2:45 p.m.  DEPARTING FROM:   Vancouver       <*6:l5p.m.  Regular passenger fares will  apply.     For  additional information phone 885-2217  by John K. Mason  Books for Christinas gift giving,...  The books reviewed have been  chosen from currently available  stocks of the N.D.P. Book Store,  Gibsons, and the Sechelt Book  Store, for the convenience of  peninsula book lovere.  Skeena Country - Sound Heritage Vol. 5, No. 1. A publication  in soft cover of the Aural History  Division of the Provincial Archives, edited by W. J. Langlois.  Published 1976. 57 pages. Price:  $1.25.  Imbert Orchard, the CBC  broadcaster, presented his entire  collection of tape recordings,  to the Provincial Archives, a  collection extending over a 12-  year period, and covering interviews with 1,200 pioneer British  Columbians. This facinating 57  page softcover brochure, complete with many photos, draws on  Orchard material and is a must  .for those interested in the Skeena  Country.  Canadian Forestry - Tbe View  Beyond the Trees. By Charles  R. Stanton. Softcover, 70 pages.  Price: $5.25. Published by Mac-  millan of Canada and Maclean-  Hunter Press.  A glossy paper booklet containing many coloured photos, charts,  maps, etc. Seems a lot to pay for  70 pages, but that's your Toronto  publishers for you.  Daughters ofthe Moon by Joan  Haggerty. Bobbs-Merrill Co.,  Indianapolis. Published 1971,  344 pages. Price: $5.00.  Your chance to get a copy of  this powerful novel by a local  writer. The local is the Baeleric  island of Formentera. An unsuccessful marriage has driven Sarah  from London. She comes to Formentera in an attempt to straighten herself out. Anna, shocked  by her husband's suicide, returns  to the Baeleric island in a desperate attempt to revitalize an  earlier affair with Alexi.  Both women turn out to be  pregnant. As their pregnancies  develop, the books becomes a  fugue to several kinds of love,  identity, conception and birth.  The two stories weave together,  in memory and dream, enunciating strange vistas of time and  space, myth and reality. The  parallel story-lines progress, fold  back on themselves, then spiral  together as we learn with Sarah  of Anna's death in childbirth,  and as Sarah begins her own delivery.  The language of this remarkable novel is poetic, masterful.  The theme an intricate balancing  of the personal against the universal...of woman's condition  and  two  women's consumingly  real lives.  Daughters of the Moon packs  a wallop you won't soon forget.  Don't miss it!  Sea Life of the Pacific North-  West by Stefani and K. Gil bey  Hewlett. Published by McGraw-  Hill Ryerson, Scarborough, Ont.  176 pages, more than 200 photographs, many in color. Price:  $14.95.  K. Gilbey Hewlett is Curator  of the Vancouver Aquariam.  Stefani Hewlett, his wife, has  been the Aquarium's Curatorial  Assistant since 1972. From . a  deep-rooted love of the sea and i  its life, this husband and wife  team has produced a clearly-  written, fulsomely-illustrated  book for anyone desiring detailed  knowledge of Ihe aqueous  medium covering most of the  earth's surface.  Seaweeds, Sponges, Marine  Worms, Moss Animals, Crustaceans, Molluscs, Spiny-skinned  creatures, Sea Squirts, Fishes  and Sea Mammals--all these are  dealt with in a book filled with  drawings and pictures in both  black and white as well as color.  The volume includes a list for  further Suggested Reading and a  subject Index.  Attractively bound in boards  that will last, this 8V2" x 11" book  will make a fine addition to the  library of anyone fascinated by  the sea, its life, and adjacent  border-lands.  West Coast Wtadjammers In  Story & Pictures by Jim Gibbs.  Superior Publishing Co., Seattle.  Price: $9.95. 187 pages, many  black and white photos.  Jim Gibbs' loving account of  West Coast Windjammers is a  vivid recreation of atimethat has  irretrivably gone, fts guaranteed  to stir the blood of the most  jaded with its accounts of a rugged breed of men--the oldtime  sailing masters of the northwest  coast. This book covers: The  Principal Builders of West Coast  Windjammers, the Golden Age  of Sail, fascinating details from  assorted Logbooks, Successful  and Unsuccessful Windjammers  and the Latter-Day Sailing  Vessels. Includes appendixes  on Pacific Coast Sailing Vessels  (Commercial registry) over 100  tons from 1850-1908, a list of  Latter-Day sailing Vessels over  100 tons built on the Pacific  coast from 1909-1921 and finally,  Windjammer Vignettes.  The lovely, old-fashioned  photographs make of this book a  doorway into a more romantic  era of history.  Also by Jim Gibbs: Pacific  Graveyard, Tillamook Light,  Sentinels of the North Pacific,  Shipwrecks of the Pacific Coast  and Shipwrecks-Juan de Fuca.  Denfson's lee Road by Edith  Iglauer. E. P. Dutton & Co.,  New York. 1975, 237 pages.  Price $10.50.  New Yorker Magazine writer,  Edith Iglauer, was in Yellowknife  on another-story when she met  John Denison, pioneer builder  of the 300 mile ice road to Port  Radium on Great Bear Lake. Ice  roads over rough norther terrain  were originally pioneered by the  Russians, but adverturesome  John Denison-a British Columbian by origin - made his own  adpatation of the Soviet concept  to the transportation needs of a  High Arctic silver mine in the  mid-sixties.  Edith Iglauer, an American  freelance writer who had contracted a rare disease known as  Northern Fever, had already done  her first book on such a theme:  The New People: The Eskimo's  Jorney Into Our Time. When  she met John Denison and was  invited to come on a journey up  the Echo Bay Road (named for  the Port Radium silver mine  Denison's trucks supplied), she  responded to the challenge of a  great First (nobody else but  Denison's truckers had ever been  so honoured).  Each winter, Denison's Road  (or the Echo Bay Road) has to  be built anew. The snow on the  frozen lakes must be compacted  so that the air is driven out of  it and it freezes hard in the forty  to sixty below temperatures.  Denison estimates that it costs  approximately $30,000 each  winter to make his road operable  (two government grants cover  this). For the sky-high costs of  repairs to equipment that breaks  down along Denison's Trail -  as it predictably does under some  of the worst weather conditions  on this planet --John Denison  gambles on a small dedicated  elite of truck drivers who, like  this man of iron determination,  bring the many tons of urgently-  needed supplies through to the  Echo Bay Silver Mine on the edge  of Great Bear L ake.  Edith Iglauer, a city-bred  woman accustomed to Southern  amenities, adapted to the almost  impossible demands of Denison's  Trail in winter. She has written  an account of her trip In and Out  with such accuracy and immediacy of detail that a northerner like Stewart Hodgson, Commissioner of the Northwest Territories, is lavish in praise of her  book.  If the far north appeals to you-  Denlson's lee Road by Edith  Iglauer should be on your Must  List.  The Great Planes by James  Gilbert. 246 pages, Bibliography  and Index. Grosset & Dun lap,  New York, 1970. Price: $8.95.  This big - %Vi "x 12" - gorgeous  book about great aircraft offers  mouth-watering colour photos of  magnificent flying machines from  their beginnings at Kitty Hawk  in 1903 through the First World  War, the Second World War, up  to the Boeing Jetliners of today.  We are also treated to memorable  planes of the between years --  Ford's Tri-Motor, the Gypsy  Moth, the German Jungmeister,  Mr. Piper's Cub, the Imperishable DC-3; the Zlin (Czechoslova-  kian), Signor Frati's Cobras and  the Lear executive Jet.  The only notable omission I  can see - in the World War II  category ��� is the Japanese Zero,  about which I should have appreciated some of author Gilbert's expertise.  For the flying buff, this book  could hardly be bested for the  money. (It was originally priced  at $14.95.)  The Tyger Voyage by Richard  Adams & Nicola Bayley. Published by Jonathan Cape, London.  Illustrations in colour by Nicola  Bayley. 30 pages. Price $5.95.  More poetry and beautiful  coloured pictures for very small  citizens. An interesting enough  story-line - about the author's  "curious" friends, the Dubbs,  who turn out to be Tygers, and  their wonderful adventures ��� but  I imagine whether you buy or  not will depend on just what an  impression Nicola Bayley's  gorgeous drawings make upon  you.  Richard Adams is the author  of the phenomenally successful  Watership Down (a children's  story with rabbit characters which  got too long to be read by dimu-  tive citizens, but became a roaring world bestsdlerT&ll the same)  and the grimly effective adult  fantasy, Shardik.  Can  FBDB help  you?  Financial assistance  Management counselling  Management training  Information on government  programs for business  On Wednesday, December 15th.  one of our representatives will be at  Bella Beach Motel,  Sound Construction  Carpenter-Contractor  Interior Finishing  House x Framing  Concrete Form Work  Gary Wallinder    886-2316  Box 920  Gibsons  m  ��� The Perfect Gift for Christmas ��  NDP Bookstore  in Gibsons Landing  ��� Good selection of children's books  ��� Logging and Forestry  ��� Canadiana  ��� B. C. Shipping & Marine life  Best wishes for the Season  from yourvol unteer staff.  m  M  Sechelt. Tel: 885-9561  If you require financing to start, mo>demi7e o;  expand your business and. are unable to  obtain it elsewhere on reasonablp terms a^c  conditions Or if you are interested in the  FBDB management services of counsellino  and training or wish information on  government programs avwilablp fo> your  business, talk to our 'epreseniative  t  EEDERAL .  BUSINESS ���  DEVELOPMENT BANK.  145 West 15th Street,  North Vancouver, B.C. 980-6571  Opening new doors to small business.  Winter Schedule  SUNSHINE COAST  I-     ��"?SS*W*  .��'*��* <����wt����K% 5,,-  "Queen of New Westminster" and " Queen of Tsawwassen" will now serve Howe Sound between Horseshoe Bay  and Langdale, which will increase vehicle and passenger  capacities on this route.  |i['ii|H  HOWE SOUND  Vancouver-Sechelt Peninsula  LV HORSESHOE BAY  LV LANGDALE  FRI, SAT, SUN  MON-THURS  FRI, SAT, SUN  MON-THURS  7:55 am  7:55 am  6:45 am  6:45 am  10:10  10:10  9:00  9:00  11:15  11:15  10:00  10:00  12:25 pm  12:25 pm  11:15  11:15  1:35  1:35  12:25 pm  12:25 pm  3:50  3:50  2:45  2:45  5:10  5:10  4:00  4:00  6:20  5:10  7:30  7:30*  6:20  6:20  8:40  7:30  10:00  10:00  8:40  8:40*  11:00  9:50  npni  tJCKVIw INUlI Current schedule  Sechelt Peninsula-Powell River  Daily  LV EARLS COVE  LV SALTERY BAY  7:15 am  6:15am  9:15  8:15  11:15  10:15  1:15 pm  12:15 pm  4:30  3:30  6:30  5:30*  8:30  7:30  10:30  9:30  *POWELL RIVER AREA PATRONS PLEASE NOTE:  On Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays the  last through connections Northbound leave Horseshoe  Bay at 7:30 pm. Earls Cove at 10:30 pm. Southbound  leave Saltery Bay at 5:30 pm. Langdale at 8:40 pm.  British Columbia Ferries  Vancouver  669-1211  Langdale  886-2242  Saltery Bay  487-9333  *^T!5Sf^?'5Sg Coast News, December 7,1976  Arts council  bazaar  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council will be sponsoring a  Bazaar to be held in Sechelt at  the Senior Citizens Hall on December 18th, at 10:00 a.m. to 4:00  p.m. to raise funds for the new  proposed Art Centre.  There will be paintings, crafts,  plants, hangers, books and a  white elephant table of donated  articles. Donuts and coffee  will be available.  Artists and craftspeople  . contact Shirley at 885-2600 if  you wish to reserve a table.  (  Auxiliary  report  Members of the Roberts Creek  Hospital Auxiliary were hostesses  at a very enjoyable Coffee Party  and Bazaar on Friday, November  26th in the Legion Hall and they  wish to thank those who provided  items for sale and especially  those who attended and bought  things.  Tables were well stocked with  gifts and crafts, home baking,  plants and books and a white  elephant display. A number of  raffles received full support and  prizes were won by: Door, Pyrex  dish Mrs. Chamberlain, Grocery  Hamper   Mrs.   Marshall,    Doll  ;   Carrie   Nixon.   Casserole   Dish,  Marie    D.    #2188,   Crib    Quilt  ;  Mrs. Hornett.  A ladies gold wristwatch was  found on the floor and may be  claimed by identifying the watch.  Call Mrs. Rodgers at 885-9258.  Members come and hear the  report of the coffee party at the  next auxiliary meeting, December  14th, 11:00 a.m. St. Aidans Hall.  Human  Rights Day  On December 10th, the Baha'is  of the Sunshine Coast will join  with millions of people around  the world to commemorate  Human Rights Day. The Baha'i  community will sponsor a talk and  discussion on "TheElimination of  Prejudice", at the Rippers residence on King Road, Gibsons at  8:00 p.m. The public is invited  to participate.  Human Rights Day commemorates the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights  in 1948 by the members of the  United Nations including Canada.  In recognition ofthe interdependence of the human race, the declaration of Human Rights attempted to express a common code of  basic human rights applicable to  all nations. The United Nations  Declaration states that the 'recognition of the inherent dignity and  of the equal and unalienable  rights of all members of the  human family is the foundation  of freedom, justice and peace  in the world.'  Among the rights guaranteed  by the historic U. N. document  are the right to life, liberty, and  the security of persons; freedom  from slavery; equal protection  under the law; the right to found  a family; freedom of conscience,  religion, opinion, and expression;  the right to work; and the right to  a standard of living adequate to  health and well-being.  In 1973, the U. N. launched a  Decade for Action to combat  racism and racial discrimination.  International Women's Year in  1975 focussed the attention of  the world on the need to eliminate  discrimination against' women.  Earlier this year a major international event, Habitat, explored  the dynamics of human settlements and their effects on individuals. On December 11th,  U.N.I.E.F., the United Nations  Children's Fund, which has consistently upheld the basic human  rights of children, to health,  security against want, and decent  care, celebrates it's 30th year of  operation.  The Baha'i work! community  has supported the basic aim of  the U. N. -- to keep peace, to  insure universal human rights,  and to provide better social and  economic living conditions for  humanity���since the creation of  the world organization in 1945.  Baha'u'llah, the Prophet-  Founder of the Baha'i Faith called  all the peoples of the world to  unite. "Only in one common  Faith could mankind find enduring peace,'' He said. In His  teachings, He stressed the need  for world government, the need  for elimination of prejedices of  all forms, the recognition of the  equality between men and-  women, the need for a universal  auxiliary language for unity between science and religion, and  for universal compulsory education of children.    .  Dec. 2 to 18,  \i  \  C)  yr'trvjoii  V.  A)  Fireside Supplies  Crackling with savings!  Gathering around the family  hearth is even more fun with  the right equipment.  Miami-Carey  A) Fire Screen  Black metal. 26"x36"  B) Fire Grate  Black cast iron.  ///HMAAvWxV:  C) Companion Set  Black metal poker, shovel  and broom with holder.  '95  D) Woodhoider  18" round black metal.  Trouble Light  Portable with switch on  molded handle. 25' cord.  <^&  **<  Extension Cords  White or brown.     6'  69<  9*  15'  1M  Grass Trimmer  Snap-in replacement  spool of nylon fishing  line and safety guard.  33w  A)  Hobby Kit        230 K  Includes soldering iron, hot iron  rest, aid tool, rosin core solder,  tips and instructions.  A99  'v:  mu  19" Tool Box  Metal box with tray.  ���V19  Mirror Tiles  Make any room bigger and brighter  looking! Package of 6 tiles, 12"xl2".  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This musical comedy  based on Dicken's Christmas  Carol will be Elphinstone's  first Christmas production. There  was much undiscovered talent  within the school and hiding  under mossy raincoast rocks but  the co-ordination and direction  of these scattered energies  appears to be dose to completion  as Geoff Madoc Jones and Ken  Dalgleish direct members of The  Driftwood Players along with  Elphinstone students and amateurs from the community toward opening night, Wednesday,  December 15th.  From the looks of rehearsals  it's going to be a good shot of  Christmas spirit from the "Bah  Humbugs" to the mistletoe.  Adrian Stott is the musical director of a score ranging from a solo  by Scrooge, played by Ebeneezer  Madoc Jones, tozesty carols sung  by the Madrigal singers. Many  local stars and celebrities will  be featured. George Matthews,  who complained of continual  typecasting as a transvestite,  will be portly Mr. Fezziwig  with Alexis Davison as his good  wife. Mr. and Mrs. Cratchitt  are Robb Ashby and Mavis Christmas with their children Kelly  Henry, Nadine Swethurst and  Fred Verhulst. Chef Terry  Karkabe (of Dogwoud fame) and  [ SPORTS  Marionne MacFarlane team up  with Ian (Cozy) Corrance as the  ghosts who take Scrooge and the  audience through strange and  revealing occurences.  And alas, lest we forget Tiny  Tim, that poor wretched little  disfigured creature who reminds  us to consider our blessings...  played by Heather Hogan.  It's a fun play with a cast of  close to forty people...plan now  to keep those evenings open and  came watch your neighbours  bring in the Christinas spirit.  WANTED  Used Furniture  or What Have You  AL'S  USED FURNITURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons 886-2812  The Langdale Elementary School girls held a crosscountry race last week. Despite the rather brisk weather  the runners turned in someof their best times to date.  Ball & Chain league hot..|     On the rocks  i  7 The Ball & Chain League was  .the hot league last week. Free-  'fnan Reynolds, bowling like a  'pro, had games of 332 and 329  for a 3 game total of 913. Bob  -Cotter Rolled a 312 single and Al  ���Hunter had a 301 single. The  ������Tot Luck' Team of Al and Tina  -Hunter, Char and Len Male rolled 469 pins over their team average. Char Male, with an average  7of 168, rolled games of 225, 258  and 232 for a three game total  of 715. Tina and Al Hunter  both rolled three game totals  of 727 and Len Male was 55 pins  ���Over his average. A good night  for all!  * ��� Freeman Reynolds kept going  in the Legion League with a 314  jingle and 825 for three. Vic  ���Marteddu, in a rolloff for the  phuntastique League, rolled a  332 single and 851 for three.  In the same league Bruce Gamble  rolled a 303 single and in the  Tuesday Coffee, Sandy Lemky  had a 301 single.  X Bowlers for the month for  tiovember were Mary Braun and  Dianne Fitchell with 348 singles  and Al Hunter with a 361 single.  October Bowlers of the Month  were Paddy Richardson 355 and  Ken Skytte 351.  Highest    Scores: Gassic:  Gwen Edmonds 259-870, Larry  Braun 289-946, Freeman Reynolds 280-976. Tuesday Coffee:  Darlene Turner 224-623, Myrt  LeNobel 290-693, Sandy Lemky  301-733. Gibsons 'A': Paddy  Richardson 289-625, Darlene  Turner 221-649, Larry Braun 298-  700, Vic Marteddu 256-728.  Swingers: Ev MacLaren 167-317  (2), Art Smith 200-499. Wednesday Coffee: Doreen Crosby 244-  622, Darlene Maxfield 292-737,  Bonnie McConnell 266-747.  Ball & Chain: Char Male 258-715  Tina Hunter 295-727, Al Hunter  301-727. Bob Cotter 312-748,  Freeman Reynolds 332-913.  Phuntastique: Edna Naylor 251-  633, Sharon Kraus 266-664,  Darlene Maxfield 278-727, Ralph  Roth 244-659, Art Hdden 290-  709, Vic Marteddu 332-851.  Legion:   Phyllis Tiberghein 248-  Cougars finish 4th  -'. The Elphinstone Cougars finished fourth in the 10 team Senior  iGirls' Provincial "A" Volleyball  -tournament at Qualicum Beach,  ^November 18, 19, and 20th. The  Iten teams presented the best  jsmall school senior girls volley-  Iball teams from around the pro-  evince.  7 Elphi finished the round robin  ���part of the tourney comfortably  nh fourth place winning 6 matches  and losing only 3. In the first  rnatch Elphi defeated Qualicum  ��each 15-10, 15-11, but lost the  ���Second match 15-8, 15-13 to  Prince George. Round robin  'continued Friday with Elphi defeating Delta Secondary 2 games  ;to 1 then losing 2 games to 1 to  .Creston in a well played match  with the final score in the third  game 17-15. Mount Sentinel  Secondary from the West Koote-  nays provided little opposition  ajid Elphi won easily 2 games to  Q.  but   Winfield,   the   eventual  champions, defeated us 15-5 and  15-13 in the final match of the  day.  On Saturday, Elphi swept the  three final matches defeating  Little Flower 2-0, Ucuelet 2-0,  and Houston 2-1.  The top four teams, Winfield  from the Okanagan, Creston,  Prince George and Elphinstone  went into the playoffs. Elphi  played poorly and lost to Creston  2-0, then in a playoff for third  and fourth, played well but lost  3-1 to finished fourth overall.  The girls played well and lost  only to the three top teams. Next  year when the Provincial finals  are held here at Elphinstone, we  plan to finished higher than that.  The team members were:  Colleen Hoops, Cindy Frykas,  Laura Campbell, Sigrid Petersen,  Lynne Wheeler, Lorna Boyd,  Ingrid Petersen, Deanna Paull,  Becky McKinnon, Anne Plourde,  and manager Lynn Husband.  621, Linda Leslie 272-774, Al  Abrams 207-606, Freeman Reynolds 314-825. Y.B.C. Bantams:  Linda Harding 155-300 (2),  Michele Whiting 157-307, Gary  Maddern 169-257. Juniors:  Kirsten Storvold 169-410, Dawne  Atlee 171-436, Jamie Gill 195-  573, Gordon Mulcaster249-644.  Cadet  gets honors  Petty Officer T. Kettle of the  Sunshine Coast Sea Cadet Corp  "Conway" was one of the 28  Sea Cadets of B. C. selected to  take part in a special training  exercise.  The exercise from November  18th until December 15th is designed to familiarize senior cadets  in the fields of Seamanship, Communications, watchkeeping,  and public relations. The three  ships taking part in this cruise  are HMC Ships Yukon, Qu'-  Appelle and McKenzie.  Cadets will board ships November 18th and live onboard while  alongside in Esquimau" and will  leave November 22nd. They will  be exercising with U. S. Naval  Ships in and around Hawaii and  on their way home. They will  be alongside in Pearl Harbour for  6 - 8 days and will have a chance  to visit U.S. Navy ships and submarines.  Petty Officer Kettle is 17 years  old and in Grade 11. Last year  he spent 8 weeks at HMCS  Quadra on an Operations and  Communications course.  We are starting to get many  activities underway with the pulp-  mill playdowns on January 22nd.  Four fellows there are looking  forward to a Tri Mill Spiel in  Prince George in February. The  high school league has a bonspiel coming upon January 15th  with four outside schools attending. This is their first spiel and  we hope it will be successful  for them. We also are looking  forward to the first annual Gibsons Open Mixed Bonspiel  coming up on February 18th,  19th and 20th. It will be a large  32 rink affair. -.-3  Several persons have signed  up for the New Years Eve Party.  Tickets are available to curlers  or non-curlers soteDyour friends.  We do ask for you to give us an  indication if you wish to curl or  not so we can build the draw  accordingly. Remember there  will be an organist there to provide live music and we do look  forward to a fun evening. The  party is small, all we can accomodate is 80 persons so we recommend you get your tickets early  or you might be left out in the  warm.  As other important dates come  up, we will inform you in this  column, so keep your eyes peeled  and read it thoroughly every  week.  We invite groups to rent ice  on weekends. Businessmen, mill  workers, schools, hospital employees, ferry workers, everyone.  Work off a grudge against  your competition and decide who  is best once and for all.  The ice is available most  Saturday and Sunday evenings.  COMPLETE R00F1N6  SERVICES  ��� TAR&GRAVEL*  ::" SHINGLES& SHAKES  COMMERCIAL& RESIDENTIAL  SECHELT 885-9589   POWELL RIVER 483^041  2nd ANNUAL  TURKEY DINNER SPECIAL  We would like to extend our best  wishes to everyone and wish you all  a very Merry Christmas!  Thank you very much for your patronage  and to show our appreciation, we'd  like to invite you all tocome along on:  Thursday, December 23  2:00 p.m. to 6:00p.m.  Everybody Welcome!  ONLY: $2.99each  No Reservations  First Come ��� First Served  HOLIDAY HOURS:  CLOSED OPEN  CHRISTMAS DAY    BOXING DAY AT 4 p.m.  Regular hours right through to New  Years Eve.  GOLDEN CITY  RESTAURANT  SECHELT  The lounge is also available for  rent for $40 per evening. Phone  Gus at the rink at 886-7512 for  details.  The Winter Qub had a very  successful Grey Cup Day. We  had the lounge open for the first  time in its completed form. We  hear the boys from the hangover  league all sat around watching  the game and enjoying the pleasant atmosphere. A hearty thanks  to Ron Lacey for setting up the  day.. In the afternoon, Paul  Gauci held a turkey shoot which  was very popular with club members: Deidre Ifearson supplied  food for the day as she has done  many times in the past and we  are indeed thankful we have  members like her who are willing  to help out when we need them.  The Gibsons-Sechelt Invitational Bonspiel is our next big event.  It is to take place on December  11th and 12th. Our 12 rinks are  looking forward to a friendly  rivalry with Sechelt's dozen. We  hope however, that we will have  the better of the day so Sechelt  curlers, watch out! We're out  to get you. Get your names in  to participate in what I am sure  will be an enjoyableweekend.  �������� WMMm ������ m .��� �� mu mm m ���* mm m m ��A  TED HUME  SERVICES  AUTHORIZED  tsso!  Home  Equipment  Dealer  FURNACES  HOT WATER HEATERS  HUMIDIFIERS  CUSTOMIZED  WARM AIR  HEATING SYSTEMS   '  CALL  886-2951  add colour, luxury  and comfort to  your home  ...with  ease!  THIS MONTH'S SPECIALS!  ��� LUMINAIRE - very dense kinky, twist  two-tone nylon on high-density foam back.  Available in Golden Honey, Gentle Beige,  Sugar Maple, Bamboo Green and Rust  Nugget. Very hard wearing.  now:   $<j <^g  sq.yd.  ��� LEVEL LOOP KITCHEN PRINT - can be used  anywhere in the house. Beautiful design,  decorator colors. High density foam back.  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Directing  their energies to the general  public, their goal is to enlighten  each community to the importance of regular exercise and  good nutrition. A variety of programs will be offered in January  with hopes of meeting as many  needs as possible.  We are located above the  Credit Union in Sechelt in the  Community Resource Society's  office. The phone number is  885-3611. We are open to suggestions and ask people to drop  by and say hello between 8:30  a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday  through Friday.  Have you witnessed a forest  fire? The last film shown at the  Elphinstone New Horizons in  Roberts Creek Community Hall  revealed that only 20% of forest  fires are caused by lightning; all  others the result of inexperience  or carelessness, leaving us something to think about.  Talent is surfacing in the group  these days. First Chef Harry  Gregory baked a cake and brought it to the meeting. We made  short work of it at refreshment  time. Encore, Harry! Secondly  is inventor Jack James, who observing the difficulty in keeping  bowls in position at the sides of  the carpet, made four wooden  "troughs" slightly raised at one  end. Now, the bowls are held  securely in place and convenient  to reach, an idea that other carpet bowling groups could adopt.  Contact inventor Jack for details.  The score of the men vs ladies  bowling was incomplete at refreshment time (being 14 to 11 in  favor of the ladies) so the men  graciously conceded defeat in  favor of the eats.  The welcome matwas extended  to Mr. John GalKford and the two  daughters of Mrs. MacLean. We  hope they enjoyed themselves  and meet with us again.  The music of the lively Square  Dancing with the "Aflemande  Left" and "Do-Si-Do's" echoed  through the hall last week. Later  Mr. Jack Whittaker was presented with a gift as a token of our  appreciation for his efforts.  Another highlight featured the  montly "Birthday Cake" for all  those whose birthdays came  during November. Mr. Bill  Grose lined up the four eligible  candidates: Mrs. Betty Clark,  Miss Ena Hamold, Mr. Jack  James, and Mr. Harry Gregory.  The two ladies blew out the candles and cut the cake to the tune  of "Happy Birthday" while the  two men looked on for the biggest  slice.  We're celebrating our third anniversary this month, with  money-saving pre-Christmas specials storewide. Some  sale items are available in limited quantities, so shop  early and avoid disappointment.  MODULAR 4  NEW HIGH PERFORMANCE  SOLID STATE CHASSIS!  The Philips Modular 4, a proven  performer is now available with a new  chassis that delivers a better picture  and greatly improved sound, than  ever before. Once again, an industry  leader in technological development.  AND WE'VE ROLLED BACK  THE PRICES!  NEW ELECTRO-TUNER  The new Philips Electro-Tuner is a transistorized tuning  unit that uses the MOSFET System to pick out the  best color.signals off the air; it is highly selective,  and extra sensitive. Cuts out interference from  adjacent channels. Also contains the new Philips  Electronic Fine Tuning unit that does away with old  fashioned mechanical fine tuning controls. Perfect  fine tuning is handled entirefy electronically.  PHILIPS  TRANSFORMER  POWER SUPPLY-  ROCK SOUD PICTURES  A new power transformer ensures  picture stability, regulates the  power to the chassis and picture  tube, and protects components  from damage, and allows use of a  special cable input jack for cable  homes; eliminates picture interference from off-air signals.  I.F.���PERFECT PICTURES  ALL THE TIME  Through integrated circuits,  this module delivers a perfect  picture that never jitters, or  tears. Contains the Automatic  fine tuning circuit; Produces ���  better sound than ever before.  New Books  Gibsons Public Library has just  received some new books, perhaps there is something here for  you.  In the Adult Fiction: Lady  Oracle by Margaret Atwood, Lady  of the Lotus William E. Barrett,  Audrey Rose by Frank DeFelitta,  Encounter at Kharmel Robert  Dentry, Farewell Babylon by  Nairn Kattan, The West End  Horror by Nicholas Meyer, Enchanted   Summer   by  Gabrielle  Roy, Margret and the Apparation  by Georges Simeonon and  Dolores by Jacqueline Susan n.  In the Nonfiction, a biography  by Robert Specht entitled Tisha.  Child Care: Birth Without Violence by Frederick Leboyer and  Twins by Carola Zenther. Mankind and Mather Earth, a historical book by ArnoldToynbee. And  in the Science section, The Amateur Astronomer's Handbook by  James Muirden. *  Film society  by Keith Wallace  French comedy is what is in  store at the Twilight Theatre for  the Kwahtahmoss Film Society's  December 8th show. The film  is "Tall Blond Man With One  Black Shoe", a 197$ production  directed by Yves Robert and written by him in conjunction with  Francis Verber. It is of a low-  key comedy style aiming for quiet  chuckles rather than belly laughs,  all done in a clewr and highly  professional manner.  The title role is played by  Pierre Richard, as a mild-mannered French symphony violinist  who becomes a decoy in a power  struggle between rival factions  400 Club  Ann Fitchett was the lucky  winner of $100. in the Lions 400  Club draw this week. The winning ticket was drawn by Glady  Davis.  of a top secret security agent.  This tall blond man is completely  unaware of what is happening,  even as electronic voyeurs and  eavesdroppers are watching  everything he does. Such blissful ignorance becomes a running  gag which is well sustained by  Richard's beautifully dead-pan  style of acting.  Sunshine Coast Arena  ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER  will be held  December 19th,  nthe Dolphin Room  at the arena  2:00p.m.to8:00 p.m.  Adults $3.00 Children $2.00  Tickets and Reservation sat: 8852955  Call Today!  CHROMA���SUPERB COLOR  The Chroma Module, with integrated  circuits, processes the Color T.V. signal  for the screen. This is to give you superb,  clear, brilliant pictures every time.  Also contains the Syncrotint and Crisper  circuits for top-notch color and definition.  HIGH VOLTAGE/  VERTICAL-  BRIGHT CRISP PICTURE  Makes sure the picture is in  perfect focus at all brightness settings. Keeps them  bright and crisp. Prevents  pictures from shrinking,  blooming, flopping or rolling.  10% OFF  ALL  TELEVISIONS  -For the duration of our ANNIVERSARY SALE-  KINSMEN  NEW YEARS  DANCE  $25.00 couple  $15.00 single  Exciting 3 way Video Game.  ODYSSEY 300  only 79.95  Makes a great gift for the entire family!  Come in and try one out today,  or bargain for a package  including a new color TV  ...we're approachable!  For all your Carpets  T. Sinclair  885-9327  AT  ELPHINSTONE GYMNASIUM  ���  Baron of Beef Dinner  and  LIVE MUSIC by  'LAZY MORNING'  9pm-?  B&H Truck and Diesel 886-9818  Marine Men's Wear 886-2116  B.Mack Welding 886-7222  or any Kinsman 8.  Coast News, December 7, 1976  ���^  ^WlBJfiW^  Visitor's to Sechelt's Whitaker House Art Gallery were treated to a special  showing of new works by local artist Joan Warn last week.  Resource   Society  This is the time of year to renew your membership in the Sunshine Coast Community Resource  Society. If you have not already  done so, we look forward to your  renewal, the cost is S2.00 per  person.  The Directory of Services is  now available at these locations:  Resource Society Office, Sechelt  Book & Stationary, Sechelt  Services (S.O.S.), Kruse Drug  Store, Sechelt and the Shopper  Press. The price is S2.50 each.  The new board members for  1977 are: Agnes Labonte President, Jean Lubin Vice President,  Helen Hall Secretary, Frank West  Treasurer, Doug Roy Director  at Large, Hilda Costerton Director at Large and John McLeod  Director. The Board Members  are: Dave Christoff, Helen Fel-  lowes, Ian Hunter, Sandra Lindsay,   Marie  Montgomery,  Mary  O'Brian, Martha Smith, Cathi  Wallis, Irene Protocky, Sharon  Craig, Claire Hawes, Mary Joss,  Alice McSweeney, Father Nicholson, Marg Pearson, Darlene  Snell, and Karen Freemantle.  Hospital Representative is  Doreen Docker.  The annual meeting took place  October 21st, 1976 in the open  area of Sechelt Elementary  School, guest speakers from the  Vancouver "Volunteer Action .  Resource Centre", were Mrs.  Ruth Oliver and Ms. Sandra  Wilking, speaking on the "Advantages of a Volunteer Service  in the Area". The resource  societies "Volunteer service" is  now campaigning for volunteers  to fill the needs ofthe community.  Volunteers are needed to assist  in many ways, examples are:  Work with pre-school children,  volunteer     drivers.     probation  sponsors, social visits, help with  the Elves Club in selecting  gifts, raising funds, driving, etc.  Librarians for Port Mellon and  Sechelt areas, answering telephones, teaching arts and crafts,  working in the Women's Centre,  Roberts Creek, Entertaining  children with musical instruments, leaders and assistance  for guides and brownies, scouts  and cubs, and manymore.  Come in and register your  services, tell the Volunteer Service what your interests are,  and what type of volunteer work  you would like to do. They will  match up the interests with the  needs of the organization or  individuals involved. Be a good  neighbour, volunteer your services through the Resource  Society, (above the Credit Union,  Sechelt). Call 885-3821.  It is becoming more and more  common to see members of the  cacti family decorating a neighbours window sill or coffee table -  one would think the infinite array  of cacti in a florist or plant store  is enough of a variety for any  avid cacti grower. One may find,  success  A very successful tea was held  in the Roberts Creek Community  Hall on Saturday, November 20th  by Mt. Elphinstone Chapter  number 65 Order of the Eastern  Star.  The hall was decorated with  holly and ivy, the head table was  centered with a basket of holly  and the tea tables had baskets  of ivy all of which made a beautiful setting.  Convenor Mary Gordon welcomed the visitors and introduced  the Worthy Matron, Miss Mary  Steele. Mrs. Bea Rankin, the  Cancer Convenor was introduced  and spoke on the work of the  Order, in particular cancer research and dressings, emphasizing that these dressings are  given free to any in need of them.  She also spoke on the Elizabeth  Bentley Scholarships and the  Estart awards given for training  in religious leadership. Mrs.  Rankin then declared the tea  open.  The stalls of baking, novelties,  sewing, Regal gifts, raffles and  guessing games took over and  were generously patronized.  The Job's Daughters assisted  in serving and were of great  service.  Winners of the raffles and  guessing contests were: Mrs.  Inez Roy, Miss Mary Steele,  Mrs. M. Irvine, Mrs. E. Hage-  land, Mrs. E. Robertson, Mr. J.  Pike, Mrs. Wigard, Mrs. C.  Cameron, Mrs. S. Davis, Mr.  J. S. Grisack, and Mrs. Acker-  man.  The Chapter wishes to thank  all those who helped and supported the fall bazaar, making it  a great success.  however, that all the cacti are not  being grown for their individual  aesthetic contributions to their  environment but to allow the  owner to indulge in one of the  most intriguing methods of propagating available -- a system  called grafting.  All cacti and most succulents  have the unique ability to attach  themselves and grow on others  by the grafting process providing  new plants not found growing  naturally anywhere. The possibilities are infinite, with your  only limitation your imagination.  A trailing cactus (such as the  popular rat tail) can be easily  grafted onto a columnar cactus  or a globe shaped crown cactus  can be grown with ease atop the  pad-like stem of a bunny ears  cactus.  Grafting,  which joins a stem  section from one plant to a cut  in the rooted stem of another, is  a surprisingly easy technique to  learn. Only cacti and the euphorbia succulents  lend themselves  to grafting for in them the inner  ring of growth tissue that carries  nutrients through the plants is  clearly defined. When a straight,  clean  cut   is   made  across  the  stems of these plants, these food  supply channels are easily recognized so that the channels of one  cut stem can be lined up precisely    with    the    channels    of  another. When the two halves of  the plant are properly positioned,  a free flow of food and water to  the   grafted   section   from   the  rooted parent  plant  is guaranteed. The two cut surfaces should  be joined  together with  slight  pressure to ensure that any air  bubbles that might allow the cut  surfaces to dry or cause rotting  are    squeezed    out.        Strings  weighted with hardware nuts can  be draped over the top to hold  the graft in place.   It is advisable  to keep the new plant out of direct  sun and dry for a few days until  the graft 'takes' then remove the  strings and place your new plant  in a sunny, warm spot.  Grafting  can be done at any time of the  year, but results are best when  done in the spring for at that time  new growth is just beginning to  form.  Another of Rod Coneybeare's  two hour specials will be heard  on Special Occasions, Sunday at  5:05 p.m., this one a portrait of  Cole Porter who lived a life as  elegant, sophisticated and bittersweet as the songs which made  him famous. He was unique,  witty, frivolous, charming, a  glittering, wealthy member of  the cafe society who took infinite  pains to conceal his shyness, who  cultivated the bored, worldy  facade of the smart set, but had  tremendous drive, was a demon  for work and was never satisfied  until he had produoed each creative piece exactly right.  Cole Porter was born in Peru,  Indiana, he was a precocious,  musically gifted child who craved  love and affection and soon learned he could get it by producing  pretty little tunes on the piano.  He was popular at school and  Yale because he could write  funny or wicked songs for student  shows.  He married a beautiful, and  wealthy southern belle, 12 years  his senior and for a time they  amused themselves at a dizzying  pace on two continents. In 1937  a horse fell on him and his legs  were badly crushed. For the rest  of his life he lived in pain-but  during those years wrote many of  the songs which made him  famous.  Rod Coneybeare talked to intimate friends of Cole Porter and  others who brought his shows and  songs to life, including Gene  Kelly, Fred Astaire, Ethel Merman, Alan Jay Lerner, Frank  Sinatra, press agents, directors  and musical experts, and presents their comments and his own  impressions of Porter with some  of the most memorable Porter  songs. Just what sort of a man  was this who gave us Begin the  Begine, Night and Day, Easy to  Love, and the rest?  Wednesday December 8  Mostly Music: 10:20 p.m.  Festival Singers of Canada;  Nexus Percussion Ensemble;  Bernie Piltch, flute, Monica Gay-  lord piano, John Wyre, Pende-  recki.  Nightcap:       11:20   weeknights,  the arts and serial readings.  Eclectic Circus: 12:10 a.m. Bach  to Brubeck, host Allan McFee.  Weeknights.  Thursday December0  Playhouse: 8:04 p.m. The Chase,  by Harry Junkin Part 6, Revelation.  Jazz Radio-Canada:    8:30 p.m.  The   Brian   Browne   Trio;   The  Roger Simard Nonet.  Mostly    Music:        10:20    p.m.  Quebec    Symphony   Orchestra;  Ruggiero Ricci, violin. Concerto,  Lutoslawski;   Prelude to   Afternoon of a Faun, Debussy; Concerto 64, Mendelssohn.  Friday December 10  Canadian School Broadcasts:  2:04 p.m. Yukon, the life of the  people.  Country Road:   8:30 p.m. From  Nashville   live   performance   by  Jeannie C. Riley.  Mostly Mask:   10:20 p.m. Vancouver     Symphony    Orchestra.  Masuko   Ushioda,  violin.     The  Fairy's      Kiss,      Divertimento,  Stravinsky;   Violin   Concerto   in  D minor, Sibelius.  Saturday December 11  Update:     8:30  a.m.   Round-up  of B. C. happenings.  Quirks and Quarto:    12:10 p.m.  Current  theories among  scientists ofthe origins of the universe  and of life on Earth.    Host Dr.  David Suzuki.  Hot Air: 1:30 p.m. Peggy Lee  with the Benny Goodman Sextet.  Metropolitan Opeou 2:00 p.m.  Esclarmonde by Massenet-  first performed in Paris in 1889-  recently re-discovered by Richard  Bonynge. Stars Joan Sutherland, Clifford Grant and Canadians Louis Quilioo and Huguette  Tourangeau.  Our Native Laid: 6:15 p.m.  Common Writing - the re-structuring of the written language  of thelnuit.  CBC Stage: 7:00 p.m. Family  Happiness by Leo Tolstoy.  Between Ourselves: 9:05 p.m.  The Lonely Watch describes the  lives of freighter crews on the  Great Lakes.  Anthology:     10:05 p.m.  Act of  Apostasy - Short story by Anne  Peebles.  Music from the Shows:     11:05  p.m. Broadway's Golden Years.  Sunday December 12  Voice of the Pioneer:   8:40 a.m.  Memories  of the 1917 Halifax  Explosion from Mrs. C. N. Brown  then a 16 year old school girl.  Ideas:   4:05 p.m. Special on the  Viking Landings on Mars.  Special   Occasion:      5:05   p.m.  Profile  of Cole Porter by  Rod  Coneybeare.  Symphony Hall: 7:05 p.m.  Montreal Symphony; Tashi  Quartet, Klein, Debussy, Beethoven, Sibelius.  Symphony Worid: 8:30 p.m.  Franz Paul Decker talks about  romantic music versus modern  music. Is the symphony orchestra  a dying form?  Concern:    9:05 p.m. Friendship  stories    and    comments    about  human attachments.  Monday December 13  The Great Canadian Gold Rush:  8:30 p.m. Farewell to American  Bicentennial year.   Italian shock  bandP.F.M.  Mostly Music:    10:20 p.m. The  Best of Salzburg - Hermann Prey,  baritone;   Erik   Werba,   piano,  Lieder of Hugo Wolfe.  Tuesday December 14  Touch   the   Earth:     8:30   p.m.  Journey   into    southern    states  with Bill Usher, Joe Mendelson  and Linda Page Harpa.  Mostly Music:  10:20 p.m. National Arts Center Orchestra.   Serenade in D minor, Dvorak; Symphony No 3, Schubert.  Have some  :-j  news?  Xn  'J!  The   Sunshine   Coast   News  X.\-  welcomes  social,   church,   and  Xk  entertainment   news   and   an  $.  nouncements for clubs, lodges,  '.'.���! ?'���  hospital   groups,   and   service  TV  clubs.  13  Remember the deadline  for  x$  announcements and press re  Xk  leases is Saturday noon.  Mail  1  items to P.O. Box 460. Gibsons.  l  1  M  Co-op  Mincemeat  Robin Hood  $  24fl.oz.  1.29  Pie Crust Mix      69  48fl.oz.  14fl.oz  59  Co-op Fancy  Fruit Cocktail oz 2/89  Co-op Clear  Apple Juice  Ocean Spray  Cranberry Sauce 53c  Co-op Reconstituted  Unsweetened Pink   48fi.oz.  Grapefruit Juice  55c  Co-op Fancy  Cream Corn u��loz2/69c  Riband End Cuts  Pork Chops  Ready to Eat    Cryovac P ieces  $  lb.  1.29  Cottage Rolls     ��1.79  Cryovac Pieces  Bologna  lb.  69  Burns  $  /  Canned Ham    *3.29  Mott's  Clamato Juice    L19  Post Alpha-Bits  Cereal  Co-op Evaporated  Milk sfoz  2/75  Florida    Pink or White  Grapefruit  U.S.  Broccoli  7/$1.00  lb.  35  C  Co-op Frozen  15 oz.  95  Robin Hood  Fruit Cake Mix3oil.79  Peas and  Carrots  2 lb.  83  Co-op  Chips & Fish  $  24 oz.  Sara Lee Frozen  Layer Cakes  $  14oz.  1.19  1.09  m  %  m  Sunlight Liquid  Detergent *��.��.  75c  Co-op  Salad Dressing 32,0, 99c  Co-op Poly  Garbage Bags       $ 1.39  Old Dutch &Nalley's  Potato Chips      225g. 59c  b 79c  $  In Shell   Bulk  Mixed Nuts  Sunlight  Detergent  Perfex  Bleach  Pledge Ler.._..  ��..  Furniture Polish  $2.09  Royal PrinceFancy  Y3ITIS 19fl.cz. Tin      Zfiimf  ���>?i  -:M  5lb.  128fl.oz.  Lemon 12fl.oz.  $  2.29  1.09  Nabob  Strawberry Jam��'>.il-39  Prices effective Thurs.,  Fri, Sat. Dec. 9, 10,11  Phone 886-2552  We reservethe right  to limitquantities.  Gibsons, B.C. Free Classified s apply to all  Non-Commercial Advertising  Deadline: Friday noon  Maximum Length 1 inch  Commercial Classified Advertising  20<t per Agate Line  Coast News, December7,1976  Coming  Events  Gibsons Guides & Brownies  Ladies Auxiliary Bake Sale, Dec.  4th, 10:00 a.m. New Sunnycrest  Shopping Mall.  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, comer of Seaview  Road. Just 5 min. up from  Gibsons village centre. All ages,  races, creeds welcome. 886-9443  Christmas Workshops: An informal sharing of skills and ideas.  Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. at  the Women's Centre in Roberts  Creek. Wed. Nov. 24th, Gift  Wrapping; Dec. 1, Christmas  Decorations, Dec. 8, King Alfreds  Cakes & Christmas Candles. No  fee for more info, phone 885-3711  Women in Our Community:  speaker Annette Reinhart on Nov.  30th, at the Women's Centre in  Roberts Creek. 885-3711.  Christmas Workshops: An informal sharing of skills and ideas.  Wed. from 1-3 p.m. ' at the  Women's Centre in Roberts  Creek. Nov. 24th, Gift wrapping,  Dec. 1, Christmas Decorations,  Dec. 8th. An exchange of Christmas candy recipes. No fee, for  more info call 885-3711.  Women In Our Community:  Tues. Nov. 30th at 7:30 p.m. at  the Women's Centre in Roberts  Creek. Guest speaker Annette  Reinhart, minister of Gibsons  United Church. Third in a monthly series of informal evenings of  sharing with women working in  our community, talk will centre  around Ms Reinharts work, her  experiences as a women in her  job, how she chose this role etc.  An informative and pleasant way  to meet other women. Every  woman welcome! 885-3711.  Gibsons United Church Holly  Tea, Sat. Dec. 4th. 2:00 - 3:30  p.m. Home novelties, baking,  gifts etc. admission 50$.  It's that time of the year again  when the Elves seek your support  in their annual bid to fill the Xmas  hampers for the needy families  on the peninsula. To contact,  write Elves Club, P.O Box 1107,  Gibsons, or 886-9352- 885-2978.  Elves Club Members, please deposit donations at the following  depots: Dec. 3, Holy Family  Church Hall, Cowrie St. Sechelt,  (rear). Dec. 4th, W & W, Uphol-  stry & Boat tops, 1779 Wyngart  St., Gibsons, (behind Deveries).  10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  'Preparation for Christmas' is a  time for sharing our thoughts on  the Christmas Story and to join  together in carol singing. The  date is Dec. 11th at 2 p.m. in the  Anglican Hall in Gibsons. Please  come and bring a friend, young or  old. Refreshments. Further info  is avail, from Clara Nygren at  886-2350 or Marilyn Robinson  at 886-7226.  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    .  If you are concerned about someone with a drinking problem call  Al-Anon 886-9193 or 885-9638.  Meeting St. Adians, Tues. 8pm.  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.  Announcements  Births  Dance Classes for Adult Beginners. Classical Ballet Wed. at  11:00 am. Jazz Danoe Thurs.  11:00 am. at the Twilight Theatre  For details call Jean Milward  Tap Dancing, boys & girls.  886-2531  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.  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,  Sechelt on Porpoise Bay Rd.  Roberts Creek by P.O., Madeira  Park, Garden Bay and Egmont.  885-3811 for more information.  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!  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.  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.  The Gibsons Elementary School  are putting on a Christmas  Operetta - Dazy's Star on Dec.  13 - 14th at 7:30 p.m. at the Gibsons Elementary gym. Donations  gratefully accepted.886-2612  We would like to thank all of our  friends for the lovely gifts we  received    on    Saturday    night.  Wayne and Vicki  Roberts Creek Community Assoc,  regular monthly meeting will not  be held December 15.  MISSING!  Would the book lover who took  my copy of the book 'My Island  Home' from Hopkins Landing  last September, kindly return it.  Eric R. Thompson  No Badminton in Gibsons Wed.  Dec. 15th, '76.  Personal  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.  Alcoholics Anonymous - B.C.  meetings 8:30 pm. every Thursday, Wilson Creek Community  Hall, Davis Bay. 885-9638 or  885-28%  Teen-Age Women's Drop In  Wed. eves. 7-9 p.m. Women's  Centre Roberts Creek. 885-3711  Music, Talk, Films.  Attention: Joe or Heather, call  885-2465 after 5 p.m.  Anyone interested in joining a  single parent group? Contact the  Women's Centre 885-3711.  Births  Born to Vicky (nee Gust) and John  Duffy, a baby girl Michele  Maitland Duffy. 8 lbs. 3 oz. on  Sunday, November 21st. A sister  for Maria.  Suzanne and 'Victor Terry are  proud to announce the birth of a  daughter, Sara Elizabeth, born  November 9th at St. Mary's  Hospital, weighing 71bs. 11 oz.  Corey and Shane Dougal are  pleased to announce the birth of  their sister, Leandra Carlalea,  born Nov. 17, 1976 at St. Mary's  Hospital. 8 lbs. 9 oz. Proud  parents are Clark and Corey-  Anne, and grandparents are Mr.  & Mrs. Corey McKay of Gibsons  and Mr. & Mrs. Alex Dougal of  Bridge Lake, B.C.  Paul and Joan Willms are pleased  to announce the birth of their first  child, a son, Clayton Paul, born  Nov. 17th, 1976 at St. Mary's  Hospital, 8 lbs. 6 oz. Grandparents are Mt. & Mrs. I. Enns of  Clearbrook, B. C. and Mr. & Mrs.  J. H. Willms of Cawston.B. C.  Obituaries  McMulldoch: Passed away November 28, 1976. Leanard McCorry  McMulldoch, age 5 months,  survived by his loving mother  Helen, father Robert and sisters  Leila, Nicole and Rebecca, grandparents, aunts, uncles and  cousins. Funeral service held  Thursday, December 2nd at  Devlin Funeral Home. Rev. D.  Brown officiated. Interrment  Seaview Cemetary.  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  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 aD descriptions  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.  Part time stringers and writers  wanted to cover events, meetings  etc.     Contact  Coast   News   at  886-2622  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 160Gibsons.  PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS  Part-time instructors wanted for  the following subjects: Basic  House wiring, Beekeeping, cooking, Photography, and Spanish.  Please call 886-2225, Cp-ordinator  Karin Hoemberg, School Board  office.  Work Wanted  Work Wanted  Dump truck and backhoe available. Ph. Phil Nicholson 885-2110  or 885-2515.  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 KilarneyLane.  2 qualified Carpenters available to build cabinets, additions,  etc. or to do renovations. Ph.  885-3802 after 5 pm.  Married Woman with 1 small son  would like to babysit 1 or 2 other  pre-schoolers at her home during  day only. 885-2950.  Lady wishes employment as Sales  personal    in    Gibsons    area  Experienced. 886-2571  Housesitter, will caretake your  home. Weekend, week or month.  Bondable. 886-7317.  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.  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  Journeyman Carpenter available  to    assist    owner-built   homes.  Lay out, framing, etc.   Call Ray  885-2863  Cat available for land clearing,  landscaping work etc. Call 885-  3^182 after 6 p.m.  Will do Bookkeeping in my home,  call 885-3862.  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  For Sale      Older type fridge in excellent  working order $50.00. Laundry  sink $15.00, 8-tracfc player with  speakers $50.00, 22 target rifle  with sights $90.00. 886-7070  after 5 p.m. please.  Auto. Washing machine, G.E.,  used 1 yr. asking $175.885-2719.  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  JOB SEEKERS AND EMPLOYERS  NOTE:  CANADA MANPOWER  CENTRE  1243 Wharf St., Sechelt - 885-2722  EXTENSIONOF SERVICE:  Office   hours   still   every   Thursday,   but  times changed to:  8:30a.m. to4:00 p.m.  For Sale  Electric  stove  in  excel,   cond.  white, 4 burners & oven $100.   Call 885-9984  Electric chord organ $50.00,  cabinet sterio record 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  Black & white 12" TV receiver,  in good cond. $60.00. Ladies  fur coat, as new 5' 10" -- 5' 12"  $75.00. 885-3171   Pazco Canoe for sale, $120.00  firm. Blue fiberglass. Call after  5 p.m. 886-2890   Maytag      washer,      automatic.    886-2941   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 -   New model Martin 30-30, brass  hammer & trigger, good shape  $125.00 New model Winchester  30-30 good shape, with case  $100.00 883-2407    Small kitchen table & 2 chairs,  Ladies high boots, Desk model  sewing machine, Singer. Floor  lamp with 2 bullet shades, small  settee. Pictures. 885-9671  Vancouver Canucks - Denver  Hockey game tickets for Dec. 11.  1 pr. of blues, excel, seats.  $18.00 o.b.o. 885-2610  For Sale  Olds Cutlass belted tire & rim  compl. G78-14 $30.00. Set of tire  chains to fit G78-14 tires, $15.00  Dinette table & 4 chairs in new  cond. $75.00. Set of 2 sterio  speakers $15.00. Set of 4 hardwood kitchen chairs $30.00.   885-2610   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 IVi $15.00.886-9890  Deep Freeze, unused, spill treated.  Carpet 12 x 10, other household  items,   moving  must  sell.  885-2691   2 girls long dresses size 12 - 14,  $5.00, 2 pairs boys pants 28"  waist, new $3.00. 886-9882  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 burl tables,  white & red cedar, one sea life  imbedded, 'were $500. & $349.  now only $300.00 & $200.00   886-7436   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  For Sale  Large fridge for sale, after 6  p.m. please. 885-3570  Rocking chair, book cases, end  tables, oil cooking stove, west  tank, antique ice-box 886-7526  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" $60.00  TV stand, holds any size TV $15.  Call 886-7422 after 5 p.m.  Bellstaff motorcycle jacket, like  new $50.00 Size38.885-2191  30" x 15' steel culvert, ideal well  liner. 886-2543  Sttlrdy sisal carpeting I4V2' x  12'/<' good cond. 886-9643  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  For Sale  Trailer 8 x 32' fully insulated,  rough wired, pecan panels, oil  heater. Built for shop or storage  but would make nice home also.  $1600. Boat ribs for 22' semi-  V with Jig. $100. Honda mini  trail bike $100. Large Frigadaire  elec. range $75.00 Belt driven  bench grinder w/motor $30.00,  Complete insulated chimney $50.  Bunk beds need some repair,  $50.00 Steering console, Merc  controls and teleflex steering $95.  H.D. trailer, nearly new $650.  Will trade any herns for boat  trailer or shop equipment. Call  885-9750 except Sat.     _   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.  Solid State Stereo 8 track tape  AC or DC and battery twin  speakers $50.00 13 tapes extra  $10.00. 885-2822  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  GOWER POINT: Large view lot, well located, good view, easy  clearing. ��5000. down on full priceof ��13,000.  GIBSONS: Older style upper and lower duplex in excellent  location. 2 & 3 bedroom respectively. On sewer. Panoramic  view. Terms on '37,500.  Large fully serviced tots on Glassford Road  $12,000.  SEASIDE PLAZA  Norm Peterson 886-2607  mt   ^H%  LORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  KEN CROSBY  886-2098  JONMcRAE  885-3670  SUB-DIVISION  CONSULTATION  REAL ESTATE  NOTARY PUBLIC  APPRAISALS  MORTGAGES  ABBS ROAD: Overlooking the Bay area  and Gibsons Harbour. This deluxe home  has every feature you could desire from  a family home: Large lot, large sundeck,  large Carport. Fireplaces finished up  and down, 2 full bathrooms, finished rec  room and self contained bedroom downstairs. Completely landscaped. And if  that isn't enough there is'also a fully  self contained 400 sq. ft. Mother-in-law  suite above the carport.       F.P. $79,000.  GRANTHAMS: First time offered!  Lovely small, 2 bdrm. home on a landscaped lot, with an unsurpassed view.  Built-in bunk beds in one bedroom, sundeck, driveway. Includes all appliances.  Partial basement for workshop etc.  Ideal retirement or starter home. See  it today! F.P. $29,900.  CHASTER ROAD: New home, 1 Vs  blocks from the Chaster Road School  now under construction. This brand  new home should be purchased immed ia-  tly to take advantage of the $5000. B. C.  2nd mortgage @8V��%. Three bedrooms  upstairs with fireplaces up and down.  Approx. 1200 sq. ft. on full basement.  This Isanexcellentvalueinthe Iow50's.  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD:  At Cheryl Anne P��k. 115' of prime  WATERFRONT and over 2 acres of  gorgeous property. The main house  has over 1500 sq. ft. of finished living  area, including 5 bedrooms and two  full bathrooms, heatilator fireplace and  a view that doesn't quit. In addition  there is a 600 sq. ft. cottage at the  water's edge (suggested rent of $200.  per month) 400 feet of gravel driveway  winds through the trees to the double  carport and entrance to your private  waterfront estate. F.P. $129,000.  SHAW ROAD: Well built SPLIT LEVEL  home on 115' x 145' landscaped lot.  Three bedrooms upstairs, Franklin fireplace, and may other features. Large  rec room and all the storage space any  family needs. F P. $44,900.  SEAVIEW ROAD: Well-built 2 bedroom  home with full unfinished basement.  Beautifully appointed living room and  kitchen. Magnificent panoramic view  from the large covered sundeck. Features maintenance-free aluminum siding.  Close to all facilities on nicely landscaped  lot. F.P. $44,900.  THOMPSON ROAD: Langdale: 3 bedroom deluxe home on an extra large  80' x 150' lot. This 3 year old home has  2 full baths plus an ensuite. All large  room sizes. The full basement has a  roughed in fireplace and plumbing for  a wet bar. Carport with separate sundeck. Extremely well designed with 5  feature Bay windows, best quality plush  carpeting and many exclusive features.  All this and a magnificent view of Howe  Sound. F.P. $88,000.  LANGDALE: Spanish style home with  over 3000 sq. ft. of finished floor area.  Spectacular view of Howe Sound and  Ferries from this 194' x 78' lot with  extras you have to see to believe. CouId  easily be converted to an up/down duplex  as walls and floors are insulated. Separate garage workshop, plus large su ndeck  and double carport. Tastefully landscaped. This home has every feature  you could ask for Inyour dream home.  F.P. $110,000.  SEAVIEW ROAD: Lovely custom built  2'/2 year old full basement home on fully  fenced and landscaped view lot. Large  kitchen with nook plus dining area,  with sliding glass doors to the sundeck.  Heatilator fireplace and wall to wall  carpet. 2 large bedrooms plus sewing  room on the main floor. Finished rec  room, laundry, den, bedroom, Vi bath  and workshop in Ihe basement. Also  includes separate garage.    F.P. $56,000.  CHASTER ROAD: 5 bedroom home on  full basement. Ideal for a hobby farm  and comfortable family living. Located  in quickly growing area on a sub-divi-  dable 2V4 acres. F.P. $64,500.  GLASSFORD ROAD: Beautiful, well-  built Spanish style home in area of new  homes. Many extras including arches  throughout, lovely fireplaces up and  down. Super large, master bedroom,  skylight in bathroom, built-in bar in  living room, sliding glass door from  dining area to largesundeck.  P.P. $56,000.  SECHELT: Spindrift Road: Nicely  designed 1 V2 year old home. Close to  schools, shopping and park, right in the  heart of Sechelt. 3 bedrooms, main floor,  with partial basement, fireplace & carport. Landscaped yard.       F.P. $45,500.  SARGENT ROAD: Large family home in  good area with panoramic view. Three  bedrooms, fireplaces up and down, with  2Vi baths.   The full basement includes  a finished rec room, laundry and workshop. Sundeck, carport and paved driveway round out this landscaped lot. SEE  this home and you will fall in love with  it. F.P. $66,000  LOTS    DUPLEX ZONED:   Ideal   investment   for   building   or  holding.  -- Magnificent view of Bay  Area and  Keats Island.  -- Close to Schools and shopping between  Gibsons upper & lower villages.  -- Build Vi now withan eye to the balance  of the duplex later.  --On sewer.  MARTIN ROAD. Handyman's special  on beautiful view tot. 2 bedroom older  home 750 sq. ft. Close to shopping and  schools. Foundation in for 2 bedroom  addition. F.P. $24,000. jssaasssssassBjEsgsBSS  /  10.  Coast News, December 7, 1976  For Sale  Alder delivered $40.00 a cord.  885-3605  Single bed foam mattress $25.  Macrame pot hanger, white with  blue brandy snifter3ft. in length,  $25.00 Tashiba 21" Color TV  2 yrs. old $350. Coffee table  $5.00 Propane & Oil furnace.  886-7278  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 -  5:00p.m. Thurs., Fri. & Sat.  , 62" skis with Salomon bindings,  poles, size 6 buckled ski boots,  : $60.00 886-2667.  Like new  Ken more dishwasher,  avacado, in perfect shape.   $200.  886-2512  1 Goalie pants $15.00 Bathroom  Ipole cabinet $10.00. 886-2103  '; after 5:00 p.m.  ; 2 West Coast mirrors for small  'truck $12.00 Craig cassette with  excel, speakers $60. o.b.o.  ,'14 x 16 canvas tent with wooden  'frame $390. o.b.o. Reply Box 20  ; , Coast News  ���Muscrat coat, movie camera,  ; elec. heaters, womans' Indian  ; sweater, car mirrors for pulling  : trailer. 885-9570  ��� For Sale: Beige British India rug,  10' x 16' in good cond., Hi-Fi  radio phonograph, floor polisher.  Call 885-3908.  13Vi" 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.  i*   2 - 100 lb. Propane tanks $35.00  gach. 886-9076 eves.  *                        ���                       -  Complete  set of Gretch  drums  with  Zildian  symbols &  cases.  !  886-7736   Electric clothes dryer, needs  element. 886-2551.  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  fenterprise space heater used one  season, 250 gal. tank with tubing,  �� lengths galvanized 7" pipe with  fjuel favour, 2 elbows 23' poly-  ejhalene Flex 2" pipe, 1 elbow &  coupling. 885-9993.  vVurlitzer Electric  Piano,   retail  $$50. sale $700.   3 months old.  386-9498 or886-2078.  >' ��� ������  (3ne Town & Country tire on Ford  r>m H 78 x 15 used one winter.  $0.00 885-9883.  ��   Get your free copy of the new  Radio Shack catalogue at J&C  Electronics, Cowrie St., Sechelt.  Gbod mixed hay, minimum 20  b&le lots. 886-2887.  Sony Stereo 6045 AM/FM receiver, 25 RMS per channel,  Garrad 72B turntable plus 2 four-  way AMX speakers Excel,  co'jnd. $350. 886-7762.  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  Wrecking 1959 Oldsmobile, 394  eijgine,  auto-trans. 886-91% or  886-9294.  \��   L4dies ski jacket Size 14, blue  blazer size 15, wool jacket &  A-4ine skirt size 15-16 (brand  new) Shirt style dress size 18.  ~:: 885-2974  Danby 10 cu. ft. upright Deep  Ffeeze. 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  Portable RCA Victor record  player $30.00, Back pack, used  once $20.00, Student style desk,  $20.00 Sunlamp $15.00. All in  good condition. 886-9908  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.  J; 886-2137   ^androver shop manual 1974,  ��50. and 1950 (?) $25. Portable  :16ctronic bench with storage  >95. 5 mhz triggered scope  1200. Call 885-9967.  udo suit med. lrg. used 4 times,  15.00 885-9280.  For Sole  For Sale: Holton Collegiate  Trumpet, excel, cond. $125.00  Knit King knitting machine $50.  Childs white figure skates size  12, excel, cond. $8.00, Giris  clothing size 8-10. 886-9249.  2 canvas & spring 3 position  patio lounges $18.00 pair. 2  black canvas & wood direction  chairs, dissassembled $18.00 pair  Bar-B-Que elec. rotisserie,  used twice $18.00, G.E. Hair  dryer new $12.00. 886-2513  For Sale: My services as a prof-  fessional Exterminator. Certified  7 yrs. exper. in the control of  fungus, insects, rodents and  odors. North Island Pest Control.   885-3606   Good small wood cookstove,  white $100. 100 gal. propane  hot water tank $20.886-9516  24" Nutone kitchen exhaust fan,  copper color  $15.00.     Approx.  70 gal. Deluxe oil drum $25.00   886-2694   VISITORS WELCOME at the  Murray's Studio of Paintings on  Radcliffe Road, at Selma Park.  Local landscapes and prints.  885-9662. "We're open when  we're home"  32" Quaker oil stove, white,  45 gal drum dbl. stand, hot water  tank $75.00, 110 gal. oil tank,  $50.00. 886-7800.   Mini bike and 2 H.P. Ironhorse  motor with kick start. 885-9341  ask for Jay.  Figure skate - Little girls size 10  fit 4 - 5 yr. old. $10.00 and tricycle $20.00. 886-7581.  Fender Rhodes 88 elec. piano in  excel, cond. $950. firm. 885-3594  Toy Poodle pups, in time for  Xmas. $75.00 885-3178after6:30  Pair size 5 ski boots, skis & poles,  portable typewriter 883-9140  For Sale: 1 yr. old Akai reel to  reel. 1974 White Goldmaster  Metal detector. 886-2571  Like new 150 HP Merc, open to  offers. 885-3307.  Size 14Guide Uniform886-2868.  New near Vanguard truck canopy  36" complete with boat rack.  12 ft. F.G. Cartopper boat,  886-2802 after 6 p.m.  Geneinhardt M2 Flute, silver  plated 2 yrs. old. $150.00. Martin  D-28 with hard shell case, Barcus  Barry contact pick-up 2Vz yrs.  old. $800. 886-9498  Two oil filters for Vega, Astre,  Chev. or Pontiac. 70-75 $2.00 ea.  1 valve pan gasket for Vega -  Astre 71 - 75. $100. 885-3334.  Studio delux 321 knitting mach.  with table accessories & attachments, all new, very little use,  cost $550. will sell $375.885-9677  Antique Khroeler arm chair &  sofa bed for the Handyman who  likes to renew old furniture.  885-2443.  11 foot camper fully equipped  excellent cond. 886-9648.  Gibson Les Paul Delux guitar  Fender Twin Reverb Amp.  both in excellent cond. $500. each  o.b.o. 886-9609  2 horse  trailer  $750.   885-9357  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  For Sale: 10 acres, Roberts Creek  with creek, good road and services. 885-3450  For Sale: 2 good view lots on  Chaster Rd. 1,000 ft. from waterfront, utilities. 886-2887  HONEY  30 lbs. $22.50  885-3805 after 6:00  Bunk beds, maple, approx 74"  X 39" with mattresses, good cond  $175.00 after 5 p.m. 886-9335  Viking fridge with freezer section, excel, cond. 886-2397.  14" rim for Datsun $10.00, 165 x  14 Michelin radial tire with about  50% wear $25.00 o.b.o. SVS  Lucas headlights, used about 6  hrs. $30.00 o.b.o. 750 Honda  engine with hole in crankcase,  1971 with 24,000 mi. $200. O.b.O.  Apply Box 20 Coast News.  Combination Black & White TV  with stereo and radio. TV needs  work, cabinet in excel, cond.  $50.00 886-7294.  For Sale: Small oil cookstove,  could be converted back to wood.  $75.00 885-3811  Heavy duty Viking vacuum  cleaner, 18 mo. old, new cond.  Baby bottle sterilizer with bottles  call 885-2867.   Simplicity spin dry washer, 1 yr.  old, good cond. $125. 886-2096  anted  For Quick Sale: New gooseneck  trailer 8' x 16' (21' overall)  $1,700. o.b.o. 884-5388.   Mans Cowichan sweater 886-20%  T.V. antenna 885-9984  Wire mesh adjustable ladies  dress form. Hand drill. 6" steel  or woodworking vise. 885-9662  Wanted: Chain saw 885-9200.  Odds & ends of hardwood boards,  furniture, desk etc. Senior citizen  woodworking hobbyist will pick  up. Please call collect, Jack Elliot  Garden Bay, 883-9048.  WANTED TO RENT* �� ��� ��� 9  To rent in Gibsons, heated garage  or workshop. 886-7938.  ..now in stock  ndp   bookstore  In Lower Gibsons  ��� For Great Canadian and British Paperbacks ���  This is a volunteer self-sustaining  group, serving your community since January 1973  r  WHITEFOOT  ENTERTAINERS  presents a  DANCE  withRREEZIN'  (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  ��   '77 COROLLA  LIFTBACKAUTOMATIC  $4691.  ��� '76 COROLLA  STATION WAGON  Demonstrator - Automatic- Radio  $4628.  ��� '76 COROLLA 2 DOOR used $3650.  HOUSE HOLDER  "SHOP FOR THE CAR OR TRUCK OF YOUR  CHOICE, NEW FORDS OR ANY MAKE AND  MODEL OF USED VEHICLES"  A collection call or letter to E. E. Mickey Coe at  RICHPORT FORD 566 No. 3 Road, Richmond will  receive prompt personal attention and local delivery  if required.  Our Lease Department rates are competitive and  we have a lease option to purchase plan for individuals as well as the fleet or company buyer.  For the heavy duty truck buyer our expanded  truck lot has a good stock of new and used vehicles.  As I will be making regular trips to the Peninsula  just call or write and I will be pleased to stop in and  discuss your requirementswith you.  On the spot appraisals and bank terms available.  When you see this sign on any car I am driving  stop me and "BUY IT" as it will be a special low  priced sale unit.  RICHPORT FORD SALESLIMITED  E. E. (MICKEY) Coe  Business: 273-7331  Residence: 271-0486  "i.-���*  '77LANDCRUISER  4x4 P ic kup  $7200.  v/  ��� '76 PICK-UP  Long Box  Automatic  $4671.  /a  Test-drive the new Toyotas today  -you'll find it hard to settle for less,  RICHPORT FORD  (604) 273-7331  m  MDL#00774A  Select Pre-Owned Vehicles  ��� '69 FARGO D-100      '  with insulated Canopy  $1795.  ��� '69 COUGAR 351  -PS, PB, Radio  ��� '66 BUICK SKYLARK  -4 door hardtop  ��� '67 DODGE DART  ��� 73 DODGE POLARA  -4 door Sedan  ��� '69 DATSUN SEDAN  '73 COROLLA 2 Door  ��� '74 TOYOTA PICK-UP  -Long box  ��� '66FORDGALAXIE500  -Hardtop  ��� '68 CHRYSLER NEWPORT  -4 Door Hardtop  ��� '70 DATSUN PICK-UP  ��� '73 DATSUN 610SEDAN  ��� 71 TOYOTA COROLLA  -1200 2 door, auto.  ��� '69 VOLVO  -2 Door Automatic  ��� '69 DODGE D-100PICK-UP  -with Canopy  Sick of being held up  for your life savings?  This stock has got to go!  We're open to reasonable offers  come in and dicker with us-TODAY  Hey Toyota - You9 re Terrific I  JAMIESON  AUTOMOTIVE  Only one Sunshine Coast  paper has  FREE CLASSIFIEDS  Approved auto  repair services  fi/'LE as.sQJ;  ALL-MAKE PARTS AND SERVICE  AGENTS FOR NORTH SHORE  MOTORS (TOYOTA) LTD.  Dealer Licence # 01342A  886-7919 Coast News, December7,1976  11-  nte  Pets  Boats  Boats  Responsible couple needs home  in Gibsons - Roberts Creek area.  Excellent references. 886-2540  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.  Bathtub,   5'   long  pref.   white.  Childrens   Boys   skates  size   8.  886-7701  Used large Hot water tank &  shower stall. 886-2821.  Small to medium sized propane  tank. 886-2821.   Old 78 rpm records and Edison  records, music boxes etc 886-2513  Lady on Mincome requires  cottage furnishings. Especially  combination Wood & Oil oook  stove, with water coils if poss.  or Wood & Elec. cook stove.  Odds & ends of building supplies,  ply wood, wall board, nails,  windows, brushes, paint, chairs,  furniture, shelves, toilet, shower  stall, sink, curtains, etc. A smali  trailer we could repair, a used  pick-up truck with canopy. I  can pay a little, and pick up  unless you happen to be going by  1770 Bals Lane, Gibsons, and  want to get rid of some of these  things. Thank you.886-9443.  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 excellent  references. 885-267)before Nov.  18th or Vane. 738-1865 before 10  a.m. any morning.  One concrete mixer with elec.  motor drive. 886-9335 after 5 pm.  Solid hard wood dresser & chest  of   drawers,   older   style   pref.  885-3806  Wanted:     Good   used   V*  bed.  886-7792  Timber wanted plus alder.  Poles bought and sold. Let us  t^ive you an estimate. D & O Log  Sorting Ltd. Phone 886-78% or  886-7700.  Used   TV   aerial,   please   call  886-9555  Refrigerator at reasonable cost.  886-7198.  Wanted:    A chain come-along.   886-7054   Steel topped table aw, Beaver  or similar. 885-9662   2 cycle and 4 cycle engines for  student use. Call Qphinstone at  886-2204 for pick-up.  LOGS WANTED  Top Prices Paid for  fir-helm-ced.  L&K LUMBER  (North Shore) Lid.  Phone 886-7033  Sorting grounds, Twin Creeks  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  Motorcycle helmet, 886-2686.  Will Lyle Reginald please come to  the Coast News office and pick up  ID card.  Coated length of cable with  locking mechanism, Roberts  Creek area. 886-9586.  Sundry articles left at the Dogwood Cafe over the past year.  Please identify and claim before  Dec. 20th. Ask for Beth.  Lost  Old   fashioned   clock,  mantle, call 885-2766.  wall   or  Small dog house886-7031  Set of 4 bar stools and a wine  rack. 886-9396  Electric range, reasonable price   885-3462   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.  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  Childs 4 or 5 drawer dresser,  reasonable. 886-7736.  TAKE PRIDE  TAKE CARE  DROWN YOUR CAMPFIHE - CLEAN UP  LOST: Sealpoint Hymalayan cat,  . male,, with flea collar in Hopkins  Lndg. area.   Missing since Oct.  31. Reward! 886-2898  Floor jack at ihe Gibsons dump  on Sun. Nov. 28th. 886-7996  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 after 5:00.  LOST:   Diamond   wedding   ring  somewhere in Gibsons, Reward.   885-2468   Lost red gas cap between Selma  Park & Sechelt. 885-3562.  Silver Hoop earring in Wharf  area, Gibsons. 886-9345.  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  Light green boys bicycle, flowers  painted on seat, from die Wilson  Creek Group Home. 885-3885  Lost: Male cat, 6 mo. old, grey  and white, Manx. Near Sunnycrest. 886-9130.  Young loving Burman cat $20.  Young beautiful chocolate point  Siamese cat ideal for breeding,  $45.00, less for loving home,   885-2443.   3 Baby Choc, point Siamese  kittens for sale. 885-2443.  Horseshoeing and boarding, call  Ted Bowe at 886-7967.  Maltese  purebred pups  $75.00   885-9021   2 yr. old Irish Setter needs a  home, call 886-7526.  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.  Male black & white kitten, free  to good home. 6 mo. old. Call   885-2867  White female cat approx. 1 yr.  old spayed, to good home, call  885-3175  Washington hay for sale, call  885-3381 after 6 p.m.   For Sale: 6 RED and 3 BLACK  Doberman puppies, 8 weeks old.  After 6:00 885-3971  Boats  YIVi' fiberglass jet boat. Hamilton pump, 175 hours, excellent  hull construction, double bottom,  full canopy. No leg or prop  worries. Reasonable 886-2433.  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 1 886-7736.  22' Sailing Sloop, $1,000. o.b.o.   8862680   14 ft. speedboat, very fast 40 HP.  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 Class 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  14' Clinker boat with 9 hp engine  Briggs & Stratton, good hull,  asking $400.00 883-2407  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   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.  1972 Sangster I8V2' F.G. 120  in/out Merc cruiser, Al cond.  Full canvas top, EZ Loader  Trailer, sleeper seats, asking  $3995. o.b.o. 886-9093   1974 50 Merc. Electric $1200.  o.b.o. 13'6" fiberglass boat $300.  o.b.o. 886-2571.  17��/j ft. deep-V Bell-bouy, 100 hp  Merc ob. 2200 lb. E-Z Loader  trailer. Built in gas tank, full camper top, sleeper seats, like new.   885-3237   25'Sailing sloop. $1200. T. Small  886-2680.  28' Glass pry sloop, 3 sails  $4,500. o.b.o. 886-7766.  Cars & Trucks  r  191A Buick Estate wagon, 1 owner  low mi., immaculate, every  luxury option. 886-7349  1970 Ford Torino, 4 dr. hard-  top, $1200. 886-2941   1968 Buick Electra 225, 80,000  mi. $400. o.b.o. Really good  working order. 886-2626  2 Volvo bodies, $50.00takes both.   883-2407   Canopy for older model Ranchero  $25.00. 886-9819  1967 Merc Vi Ton, running cond.  P.S. $300.00885-3805   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 Chev. Pick up. 307 asking  $1200. o.b.o. 886-9674.  1973 Gremlin, good cond. $2200.  30 mi. per gal. 886-9516  Thurs. Fri. Sat. at 7:00 p.m.  MATINEE  2:00p.m. Saturday  WALTEHSNEYS  AvVARD WINNING FEATURt'TfE  4,a^t  *-- .���?  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons    886-2827  Satruday at 9:00, Sun.Mon. Tues. at 8:00  ���General-  ENTRY FEE: $1200 PER DAY    '  EXIT FEE: YOUR LIFE!  FUTUREWORLD  PETER .  BLYTHE  FONDA    DANNER  J   COZY CORNER CAMERAS  P.ts  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.   Chocolate Point Siamese cat for  sale and one short-haired Burman  kitten. 885-2443.  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  CALL R. SIMPKINS. "  885-2412  FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE   II  CAMERA  AND  DARKRM.  SUPPLIES  886-7822  ��� Custom Silk Screening  Beside the Bus Stop in Lower Gibsons  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?  THE TEAM: John, Aline, Robert, Tanya Boyuk, Peter, Jack, Lou,  Ken Wood, Charlie, Don, Pat, Anne, George, James and Jack.  Agencies Ltd.  885-2235  DEC. 7,1976  OUR NEW CONTEST  Phone the person pictured above, and tell him the surnames of the  team to win:  1. The first prize of  a dollar.  Up to 250 first prizes available  2. Receive the detailson how to enter our contest to win the last  prize of?  THE ONLY RULES IN THIS CONT ESTTO DATE:  1. No one under 21 years of age may enter.  2. No employee of Sechelt Agencies LTD. or t heir immediate family  (sons or daughters) may enter.  3. No employee of The Sunshine Coast News or their immediate  family (sons or daughters) may enter.  ASK FOR FREE PROPERTY CATALOUGE  Also we have most of our list ings on TV. dome and view them  in our office  PHONE:  885-2235  Although there have been 3 winners of $1.00 only  one has entered ou r contest to date.  Phone Peter Hemstreet 885-2528 to find out how he entered our contest  TUWANEK #3640  Upland Road. Double wide - 2 bedroom  home. Nice garden, stone walls. Potential  view, verandah. Quiet area. Good terms.  Fi\l price $35,500. Pat 885-9487 eves.  HALFMOON BAY SUBDIVISION LOT #11  #3367    Gently sloped to west,  this  Vz acre  plus lot in a quiet country location, with black-  topped roads, water, hydro and septic tank  approved. In neighborhood of quality homes,  close to store, school, government wharf and  post office.   PLUS 1/50th interest in a waterfront lot to allow you personal access to waterfront and beach. Plus (2) - $400.00 debentures  in the Redrooffs Waterworks.    For appointment to view, Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves.  Full price$12,000.  DAVIS BAY #3725  Laurel Road: Lovely three bedroom, one year  old home, with panoramic view of Georgia  Straits. Plus two well constructed fireplaces,  large outdoor patio deck, carport. Just the  place for a happy family - looking for a home  designed for gracious living, with spectacular  view and near the sea. This home must be  seen to be appreciated. Full price, $65,000.  Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves.  FOR DEVELOPMENT #3674  Almost 51/2 acres in Roberts Creek. Southerly  exposure, close to sea, partially developed.  Asking $45,000. Jack Warn 886-2681.  CHOICE RESIDENTIAL #3736  100' x 135' easy to build site, close to shore.  Large choice of trees. Regional water,  $16,000. some terms. Gower Point. Jack  Warn 886-2681.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE #3622  This 12.7 acre parcel lies on the water side of  Highway 101. It is treed and has a gentle  southerly slope. It would provide a great site  for a secluded weekend retreat or permanent  home. Asking $49,000. but why not try your  offer? George Townsend 885-3345.  WEST ROBERTS CREEK #3608  An attractive lightly wooded 2/3 acre lot with  a good beach close at hand. Hydro and  Regional water are at the road. The building  site has been cleared and a start made on a  cottage. All this plus a temporary 200 square  foot building. Asked price: $13,000. George  Townsend 885-3345.  YOUR OWN PARK ESTATE #3672  5 acres of wooded parkland on the warm and  sunny slope of Roberts Creek. Serviced and  near beach and school. 3 bedroom home with  part basement. Asking $45,000. George  Townsend 885-3345.  SEA VIEW-DAVIS BAY #3731  A cleared, serviced 70' x 150' building lot  on Greer Road in ever-popular Davis Bay.  Asking $13,500. George Townsend 885-3345.  ACREAGE NORTH ROAD, GIBSONS #3602  3.4 treed acres with over 540 feet frontage  on North Road. Asking $22,500. with one-  third down and remainder at 10%. George  Townsend 885-3345.  A DANDY CORNER LOT #3734  West exposure, gentleslope - afew fine large  trees, all services. Full price $14,000. Includes great water view! Peter Smith eves.  885-9463.  LOVE A PANABODE #3646  1592 Square feet of delightful living, with  3 bedrooms, family room, 11/2 baths, Living  room 231/2 x 14V2'. W/W carpets, electric  heat, fireplace, built in vacuum, double  windows, wonderful view. Full price $61,900.  Peter Smith 885-9463eves.  V2 ACRE OF HOLIDAY FUN #3666  Yes -- a lovely V2 acre in Redrooffs, with an  installed travel trailer plus sun room. Water,  hydro and phone, all furnished. Asking  $18,500. only $5,000. down, balance at  $151.33 per month to include interest at 11 %.  Peter Smith 885-9463eves.  DOUBLE LOT #3730  A natural for subdivision, it's 70' by 337',  paved roads both ends, two services. Only  $19,000. Rosamund area. Jack White eves.  886-2935.  ONLY $24,500. #3746  Two bedroom home, Gower Point Road,  Gibsons Village. Attractive features, some  renovating done. Jack White eves. 886-2935.  N.H.A. HOME, WESTSECHELT #3728  Three bedrooms, living room has F.P., hardwood floors, full basement. Lot si;:e 1.08  acres. Not new, but in excellent condition.  $55,000. F. P. Jack White 886-2935 eves.  NEWON MARKET  SEMI WATERFRONT #3748  Delightfully finished 2 bedroom Gothic Arch  home, new in 1972. Well insulated for  economy and comfort and has electric furnace  for good air circulation. Vaulted ceiling gives  spacious feeling to a smaller home. Large  sundeck faces water. The lot is nicely landscaped for easy care. This warm and cosy  retirement home is good value at only $32,500  Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  NEWON MARKET  DAVIS BAYVIEW #3607  Enjoy the ocean view from this lot one block  off highway, and just a short walk to the wide  sandy beach at Davis Bay. All services are  by this 71' x 135' lot. Vendor will accept  miminum down payment on full price of  $12,600. Don Hadden,885-9504eves.  HIGHWAY ACREAGE #3309  48 acres on Highway 101, is zoned rural  holdings. Permitted use includes tourist  accomodation, professional practice and  mobile residences. Full price $66,000. Will  consider half down. Don Hadden, 885-9504  eves. 12.  Coast News, December 7, 1976  Cars & Trucks       Cars & Trucks       Cars & Trucks      Cars & Trucks  1974 Datsun P-up. Low mileage,  new motor, canopy top, good buy.  886-7160  1965 Volkswagon sedan, running  ; condition $100. o.b.o. Please  ; call after 6:00 p.m. 885-3805.  1973 Gran Torino wide oval mags,  32.000   miles.       $3,300.   o.b.o.  885-9081  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. Vt Ton P/U V8 $1425.  1976 Corolla 2 dr. Sedan $3650.  1969 Dodge D100 With canopy,  $1795.  _ MDL01342A  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  :i969 Datsun 510, radials, AM FM  radio. 886-9102  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  ,1970 Vauxhall Viva, $400. Call  ;: 886-9498  ;1962 Volkswagon 1300, new sun  roof, custom interior mags $600.  o.b.o. 886-7061    1964 Valiant. $200. o.b.o. See at  Peninsula Recycling or 885-3811.  1973 Mavrick - 2 door, excel,  cond. $1950. o.b.o. 886-7539.  Wrecking   1964  Valiant   2   dr.,  some body parts for sale,  call   885-2420   1966 Dodge 6 cyl. automatic,  radio. $300. o.b.o. 886-2162  1972 Datsun P/U. low miles, H.  D. bumper, snow tires, wide  mirrors, runs excel. $1900. with  canopy. $1700 without. 8868087  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  1969 Javelin, 343, New paint,  rebuilt engine, radial tires $1500.  firm. 886-9123.  1972 Ford Pick-up, rebuilt motor,  stand, trans, new tires & heavy  dutysuspen. $1750. 883-2530.  1973 Fiat 128 Wagon. 31,500  miles, radials & snow tires.  Excel, cond. $2300. 886-7762  1974 Okanogan Camper for small  truck, has ice box and propane  stove. All in good condition.  $1,800,885-3347.    2 ~327l3M engines: 5-78 x 14  tires, reg. $38. ea., sell for $30.  each, leave message. 885-3954.  1971 Ford pick/up Ranger XLT  One owner. 8867837 after 6 pm.  1961 Cadillac, good running cond.  17m.p.g. $250. 885-3811 or see  at Peninsula Recycling.  1971 Austin America, good cond.  Low mileage, new radials, $750.  883-9183 after 6p.m. please.  MUST SELL!  1975 Gremlin X  P.S. P. B. Auto, trailer package,  steel   belted   radials,   clean   &  immaculate.    Also utility trailer  Offers. Walt Flay 885-9535  1972 Toyota Corolla total drive  train for sale 886-2839, Jim. '  One Owner!     1975 Pinto 2300,  4 sp. Stnd. low mileage, $2,700.  Phone 885-9997.  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.   1964 Acadian needs some repair  $100. 885-3462   1965 Ford, V8 auto. $400. o.b.o.  88607392.  1963 Ford 300 2 dr. 6 cyl. $400.  o.b.o. 885-3409   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  1970Chevy3/4Ton  Immaculate, New Tires,  New Brakes. PS/PB.  Olive Metallic green   $4000.885-9416.  1976 Chev. Blazer, lots of options,  offers welcome, phone after 6 pm.  886-7837   1966 Mercury Half-ton. Positive  traction, 4 spd. A-l cond. phone  886-9879       1967 Cougar   XR7   with   snow  tires, $1500.886-7511.  1974 Austin Marina $2,200. good  condition 886-2078.  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  1968 Cortina'in running order,  $100. o.b.o. 886-9031.  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   1969 Javelin SST 343, rebuilt  engine, new paint, very clean.  $1200.  firm.   Ask for Steve  at  886-9123  Pick up truck  canopy for sale   886-9667   For Sale: 1962 Anglia, excellent  running order. 886-7903.  otorcycles  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   Two 1971 500 Suzuki's, one running and one for parts $550.  o.b.o. 885-2465 after 5.  1971 Honda 350 rebuilt engine,  new. battery and paint, good  condition. $550. o.b.o. 886-7569.  For Sale: 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  For Rent  For Rent: 6 mo. lease in advance  for 1 bdrm. house on 1 acre of  land. Responsible older people  only. 885-2443  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  Waterfront cottage for rent, fully  furnished, Madeira Park area.  Call eves. 885-9487.  For Re  FREE RENT! 3 furnished rooms  on Keats Isl. If interested leave  name & phone no. at Box 6, Coast  News.  1 bdrm. furnished mobile home,  Erwin Trailer Pk. No pets. $160.  permo. 886-2644  Duplex in Gibsons, 2bdrm. fridge  & stove, elec. heat, well insulated  Immed. Occupancy. $175.00 per  mo. 886-7218   ....7  ....  Tantalus Apartment for rent,  furn. & unfurn. Wall to wall,  accessories 886-9544.  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.  2 bdrm house in Gibsons, beach,  panoramic view, garage, garden,  fireplace. $300. per mo. Adults  only, no dogs. 886-9044  Avail. Dec. 1st. Lrg. 1 bdrm.  duplex suite, stove, fridge, carpets. Shared washer & dryer,  $200. 886-2878  Avail. Dec. 1. 2 Bdrm. Duplex  suite, fridge & stove $200. per  mo. 886-2878  Cosy 8 x 40' 2 bdrm. mobile  home. Some furn. on secluded  W.F. site in Porpoise Bay. Suit  couple or single person. $150.  permo. 885-3417or885-3310.  2 bdrm. suite in Gibsons, fridge  & stove, immed. occupancy.  Call (112)581-0024.  Want to tell the world about  your groups  next meeting?  Try Coast News  FREE CLASSIFIEDS  and get results  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  NEED TIRES0  Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  dt 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. 10a.m. -3p.m.  WINDSOR   PLYWOOD  (THE PLYWOOD PEOPLE)  Construction Plywood, Fancy Panels, Insulation, Doors, Bifolds,  Sidings and all Accessories.  .Delivery Phone886-9221 Highway 101, Gibsons  L & H SWANSON Ltd.  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  885-9666 Porpoise Bay Road Box 172, Sechelt, B. C.  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  885-9973  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers available  886-2938  (Suffit Cltrtnc 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  ^\BE ELECTRIC bd  b  Box 860  Phone 886-7605  ������POWER    TO    THE   PEOPLE'  Gibsons  TED HUME SERVICES  Parts, Service. Installations  Stoves.  Furnaces.   Heaters,   etc.  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. 8B5-2343 9:30 to 3:30 p.m.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  PLUMBING -PIPEFITTING-STEAMFITTING  HOT WATER HEATING  j  886-7017  ���  All Work Guaranteed  TIDELINE  Plumbing and Heating Contractors  RESIDENTIAL- COMMERCIAL  FREE ESTIMATES  Bernie Mulligan 886-9414 Denis Mulligan  RAY COATES PLUMBING  Contract Renovations & Service Work  886-7695  ROY&WAGENAAR  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine Building Wharf Street  Box 609 885-2332 Sechelt, B  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St., Box607  Office 885-2625 Sechelt, B. C. Res. 885-9581  ROBINSON'S TV  Service Depot for  PHILIPS-ZENITH PANASONIC--ADMIRAL  FLEETWOOD DEALER  FORMERLY NEVENS'   MASTERCHAR  Phone 886-2280  886-2951  Gibsons. B.C  Certified Instrument Mechanic  Free Estimates  Everything for your building Needs  Phone 886-2291-2  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government Approved  Free Estimates  Excavations - Drainage Waterlines, etc  Jh   885-2921   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 lor Sale  Phone 086-2664     Member Allied Van Lines     R.R. 1, Gibsons_  For Rent  J &C ELECTRONICS  & APPLIANCES  Charles (Chuck) Stephens  SALES and SERVICE  MARINE ELECTRONICS INGLIS & PHILIPS  Sechelt Across from Red & White 885-2568  PAJAK   ELECTRONICS  CO. LTD.  ' RCA & ELECTROHOME  Authorized Dealer  -7333 Sales and Service Gibsons  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used Refrigerators For Sale  Res. 886-9949  Ron Olson 886-7844      SPECTRON    Lionel I Speck 886-7962  SHEET METAL & HEATING   3ox 710, Gibsons  (RESIDENTIAL & 886-9717 ELECTRIC & OIL  For Rent  COMMERCIAL  GAS FURNACES  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs for VIEW  Top tall trees adjacacent to building  HEATING & VENTILATION  ��� Volen  886-9597  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-  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD.  ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  READY-MIX   CONCRETE-GRAVEL  GENERAL PAINT  : 886-2642       Highway 101 -Gibsons   886-7833  GIBSONS  TELEPHONE ANSWERING  Service - Phone 886-2231  MACK'S NURSERY   Phone886-2684  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  GIBSONS LANES  OPEN BOWLING HOURS  SATURDAY7-11 pm FRIDAY9-11 pm  SUNDAY     2-5pm   9-11 pm  Sechelt  C    &    S  HARDWARE  &  APPLIANCES  885-9713  BERNINA  SEWING MACHINES NOTIONSetc.  REPAIRS AND SERVICE TO ALL MAKES  SEW EASY  Cowrie St. Sechelt 885-2725  STAN HILSTAD   ROOFING  DUROID. SHAKES  ORREROOFING  R.R. 1, Port Mellon Highway        Phone886-2923  MIDNIGHT TRUCKING  GRAVEL ���FILL  ROAD MULCH ��� DRAIN ROC K  Ph. 886-7864 R.R. 2. Gibsons. B.C.  B. MacK WELDING  BRAD MACKENZIE  Portable Welding  886-7222  Gibsons  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  &CABINETSHOP  Custom Built Cabinetsand Fixtures -fr 30 Years Experience  Expert Finishing   -fr Kitchen Remodelling A Specialty  R. BIRKIN .  885-3417 Beach   Ave.,   Roberts   Creek  885-3310  J.B. EXCAVATING 886-9031  Water, sewer, drainage installation  ��� DumpTruck ��Backhoe  ��� Cat  ��� Land Clearing  ��� Free Estimates  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  MANUFACTURE OF MACHINE PARTS  SHAKE FROES DRAW KNIVES  CUSTOM AND MARINE CASTING.    GENERAL MACHINE WORK I  HUGH BAIRD  Opposite Sechelt Legion    885-2523 Days    885-2108 Eves.  \  f, Coast News, December7,1976  13.  For Rent  2 bedroom suite in Gibsons,  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 MM"  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.  6 mo. lease in advance for 1 bdrm  house. Responsible older people  only. 885-2443  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. mobile home in park,  semi furnished $175.885-3547.  2 bdrm. Duplex, unfurn. elec.  heat. adults pref.  No pets, Refs. Req. call after 6  pm. 886-2069.  3 bdrm. post & beam house for  rent across from tennis court,  Gibsons. $300. permo. 886-7566  1 bdrm. home with cottage and  garage on 1 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. pernio.  885-3688 after 6.         Room & Board available. Private  entrance and bath. 885-3437  1 bdrm. furn. duplex, $175. per  month.       lmmediat   occupancy  885-9261   Four 1 bdrm. duplex units. Furn.  from   $125.   per   mo.   Lakeside  Motel    Pender    Harbour    area.  885-3688 after 6.  Wanted to  Rent  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.   Enclosed garage with electricity  in Gibsons area 886-9892.  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  Mobile Homes  For Sale or Rent: 3 bdrm. Mobile  home plus 12 x 22 work/storage  area, stove, fridge, washer, dryer  Moorage available. 883-9290.  1972 Moduline 12 x 48 on pad in  Ruskin. Encludes porch, metal  shed, furn. $12,000. 885-9997.  Trays with Tray Sttngs, a very  colorful gift Idea. Mfes Bee's,  Sechelt.  Classified  886-7817  obile Homes  1976 12x 68Colony, 2 bdrm. fully  furnished and decorated.  1976 12 x 68 Berkshire, 2 bdrm.,  fully   furnished  and  decorated,  carpeted throughout.  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 HomeSales  885-9979 D.L.623A  For Sale: 22' Mobile Trailer,  $800. o.b.o. 886-2819 after 6 pm.  For Sale: 12' x 60' Mobile Home   885-2719  8x35' trailer with 8x35 addition  set up on lrg lot in private campsite. Fridge, freezer & many  extras. Sacrificed at $2,900.  885-2465 after 5 p.m.  Trailer for quick sale! 10 x 44',  1 bdrm. in trailer park, as is.  $2000. 885-2619  BONNIEBROOK  TRAILER PARK  2 choice Mobile Home sites  Near Waterfront  886-2887  1973 12' x 60' 2 bdrm. Bendex  Mobile Home. 885-2719  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  27 ft. Holiday travel trailer, self-  contained, ideal for const, site or  travel. 16 ft. Citation with fridge,  stove & furnace. Sleeps 6, call  885-2833  1969 12x50' Olympia, 2 bdrm.  carpeted throughout, built in  dishwasher, washer & dryer,  fully furn. 886-9826  INSTAnThOUSING!   Why pay-  rent?    See this  10 x 55 mobile  home at 1170 Osprey St. Sechelt.  885-3372  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 5 p.m.  Sanritoe Coast Mobile  EbmePark  Units   now  on  display,   phone  886-9826  USEDUNITS  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.  1975 12x 68 Ambassador, 2 bdrm  carpeted throughout, fully furnished and decorated.  NEW UNITS  SPECIAL  12 x 60 Colony, 2 bedroom limited  addition,    carpeted   livingroom,  fully furnished and decorated.  Property  New 3 bdrm house with basement, fireplace up & down, large  lot, Roberts Creek. 886-7883.  Automated environment controlled local poultry farm, 10 acres,  near new 4 bdrm home, all egg  contracts local. $229,000. Call  885-3759  RETIREMENT SPECIAL  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. Mortgage avail. $39,500,886-2765  Lot for sale, level, cleared, dry,  good soil. Pratt Rd. 886-7826  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  One year young home with 2 lrg  bedrooms and carport on lovely  view lot in West Sechelt. $41,000.  Phone 885-9582  BEAUTIFUL lot in Tuwanek,  very close to beach where you'll  find it peaceful and quiet. Agood  deal not to be missed. Going for  $9,500. but will consider an  offer. 886-2834.  Property  Large  lot,  Langdale  Ridge,   by  owner 886-7581.  By owners: 2Vi 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 Weekends885-2475.  Excellent building bt 100' x 250'  on South Wood Rd. adjacent to  Welcome Woods, offers to  $11,100. 885-9863  FOR SALE  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. Call886-7511.  FOR SALE  by Builder  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  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: Only 2view  lots left in this area of fine homes.  Serviced, 200 feet from excel,  beach. 885-9796.  For Sale: By owner in Gower  Point. 2 year 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 bam, feed  shed & chicken house on appna.  Vi acre. $63,000. with $37,000.  1st. Mortgage at 10%. 886-9249.  2 Bdrm. Duplex. Davis Bay.  Immed. possession, no appliances. 885-9719.  65'xl30 Cockrane Rd. Sewer  by. asking $12,500. Phone after  6 pm. 886-7407.   For Sale by owner: Rooming  house in Gibsons. Equipment  and furniture included. Hease  phone 886-9912.  2 bedroom home, large living-  room on 3 acres, Beach Ave.  Roberts Creek. 885-3409.  Gibsons W/F Four-plex and three  plex 150 ft. waterfront. Both have  own entrance & appliances. Good  return, can be bought seperately  if desired. 886-7108.       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  Gibsons small 2 bdrm cottage  close to beach & stores, rental  income $175.00 permo. $22,500.   886-7559   MISSION POINT: 2bdrm, 750 sq.  ft. home, sundeck, carport &  garage. Lease paid up for 18Vi  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.  3 bedroom home for sale, by  owner, low D.P. Large'level lot  886-7070  Pre-Xmos Special  Waikiki $309.50  Maui $389.50  Spend a week in the sun-exciting  Waikiki or a secluded condominium  on Maul. Included is direct flight  from Vancouver, 7 nights ace. based  on dble. occ., lei greeting and hotel  transfers. Enquire about special  . child and 2 week rates.  Reno $99.50  Based on dble. occ. -8day, 7 night  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. based 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  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 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:   8 x 35' trailer with or  without 8 x 35' addition.   Run.  fridge, stove & freezer.   $3500.  885-2465  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.    >  2Vi yr. old beautiful view home,  centred Gibsons. 2 bdrms,  sewing room, heatilator fireplace,  tiled hearth, W/W thru out,  Vanity 4 pee. bathroom, extra  high panelled bsmt. with fum.  bdrm. Vi bathroom possible  suite. Fenced, landscaped,  matching garage plus 3 major  appliances, clear title. $56,000.  Call 886-2644   Cemetery Rd. 3 bdrm. Log Home  on 2Va acres with view. Only  2 yrs. old. Large living room  with rock fireplace. 886-9193.  $41,000. Dupiex  2 small 2 bdrm. unis in Gibsons-  assume mortgage @9%% ($220.  per mo.). Gross monthly income  $350. Lot 65' x 269', subdividable possibilities soon. Owners  may carry 2nd mort. 886-7218  Travi      Coast News   886-7817  YOUR GATEWAYTO 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  Too Late to  Classify  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 Rent: 2 bedroom trailer,  needs handyman, has fridge &  cooking stove, very private, on  rural acreage. Appropriate for  lor 2 adults. Rent $100. per mo.  Has phone & electricity, located  in 'Upper Roberts Creek'. Please  call 886-9390.  J & C ChimneyCIeanlng  Vacuum Equipped   886-7785.   Cement Work, HghtConstructlon  and smaDiepalra.  886-2530 886-9041  ��iiliilM  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  9:30 a.m.-St. John's  Davis.B^y.      ~  11:15 a.m.   Gibsons  886-2333  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Member P.A.O.C.  Phone 886-7107  Highway and Martin Rd.  Sunday School9:45 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 AD VENTTST  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 Sunday School are  held each Sunday at 11:15 a.m. in  St. John's United Church, Davis  Bay.  Wed. Eve. Testimony 7:30p.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 Welpome  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.  1 st, 3rd and 5th Sunday   .  Thursday - Prayer and Bible  Study 7:00p.m.  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2660  Sunday School 10:00a.m.  Worship Service 11:00 a.m.  Revival 7:00 p.m.  Bible Study Wed. 7:30 p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dykes  RED ROOFS ESTATES  Before you look any further let us show you the lowest  priced lots In the Redroofs area: Prices are from $9,500.  to $11,500. All lots are fully serviced and Vz acre in area.  Contact Jack Anderson:  Office: 885-3211  hbme: 885-2053  Vancouver: 684-8016  LOT NUMBER  109  $ 10,500  110  10.600  111  10,450  112  10,450  113  10,250  114  10,250  115  10,250  116  10,250  117  10,500  118  11,000  119  11,250  120  11,500  121  11,500  122  10,000  123  10,000  124  10,850  125  9,750  126  9,650  127  9,500  Let us do your homework for you  iderson  REALTY LTD.  ��� STAN ANDERSON  885-Z385  JACK ANDERSON  885-2053  885-3211  L  FREE  REAL ESTATE  CATALOGUE  POST OFFICE BOX 1219.   SECHELT. B.C.  DOUGJOYCE  885-2761 14.  Coast News, December 7, 1976  Too Late to  Classify  _ ^M^m^m^^^W^^S^irm^m^W^i  iMifcimWlil  Free!   2 male. 1 female kittens.  Ready for  Christmas.     Mother  Siamese, father a travelling man.  886-2671  �� New Dining Lounge ��  Requires waitress/waiter, host/  hostess. Apply in person or write  to Yoshi's Restaurant, Sunnycrest  Shopping Plaza. RR#2, Gibsons,  B. C. Phone 886-8015 between  9 -4 p.m.  WANTED: Up to 100 ft. chain  link fencing - new or used, 3 feet  high. 885-9662  WANTED:   Electric range.   Call  886-8087  For Sale: 6 ft. silver Xmas tree  $10.00, 4 colors revolving light  $5.00. Combo. Admiral stereo &  AM/FM in pecan wood cabinet  $90.00.  Phone   Sat.  885-2416  or   Sun.  For Sale: Moffat electric range  S50.00, Chrome kitchen table and  4 chairs $25.00, rollaway cot $30.  Single cement laundry tub and  brass taps $5.00. 885-2575  FuOfOc^J  "I'LL TRADE YOU TWO OF MY BABY TARANTULAS FOR ONE  OF YOUR BABY COPPERHEADS."  NOW  (OPEN    st  'I CAN'T<3AVI'/M VERY KEEN,  IT'S JUST AN EXCUSE FOR  A BOOZE-UR CALLING IN  , EVE��Y Pu3 ON THE WAV A  ,  "P THE COAST - SV THE "S  i  TIME WE GET THERE IT'S  COMING OUT OF OUR EARS  '<:. x ?^��^wmmmg&&��..  "^  VOU'LL NEVER GET  AWAV WITH IX  ��� V'KNOW  Wa*  ANGEL CONSTRUCTION  LTD.  wishes to announce a  ���?*  i&i  UEu~  NEW SUBDIVISION on GLASSFORD ROAD  GIBSONS  3, 4AND5 BEDROOM HOMES  *  UNDER   $50,000.  *   If you buy whilethey're building-otherwise the appraised price  will be charged.  CHOOSE FROMSPANISH STYLE, AMERICAN PROVINCIAL,  COLONIAL, CONTEMPORARY.  ALL   with 11/2 to 2 baths.  ALL   w'th Fireplaces (1 or2)  att    with Laundry room, Rec. room or  iVLiAj   extra Bedroom  ALL   with Village Water and Sewer.  near 2 Beaches and Fish ing, shopping, Schools and Post Office.  Buy before completion, and you can  choose colours, carpeting, panelling  and Interior Decor!  You can enjoy all the advantages of a custom-built home without  the added expenses!  SPANISH-STYLE HOME BUILT BY ANGEL  ALSO CUSTOM BUILDING ON YOUR LOT!  For Further I nf or mat ion:  885-3759  l   EXTRA   \  t s  i     Phone 886-2257    J;  OBPOOOOoeQOQaOOOOflOPOefloaBOOOOOOOflQBOOOOBOOQQgQOB  Lucier  Dollar  mm  GIBSONS j  ���MmH^^  smsmms^BsmimimmmmmmmMmm^Bim  SAVINGS  Govt. I nspected Grain  Fed  PORK  LOIN  Whole  orHstf  ROAST  1.29  Bone In  Govt. I nspected  Grain Fed  PORK  BUTT  ROAST  Ib. 99c  Eversweet By the piece  SIDE BACON  $  1.39  Swifts Premium  By the piece  BOLOGNA  69  Golden Ripe  BANANAS  5lbs   $1.00  111 III I III III111 11 I 11 t#t#WWW����WWWWWWWWWW��WWi  California  CELERY  Canada #1 Grade  lb. 19  lllllll HIM  Imported  BROCCOLI  Canada #1 Grade  lb. 35  Nabob  48 oz. Jar  Nabob Assorted  MINCEMEAT    *2.39  99  J LLLY Powders 9 Pkgs.  1.00  Cloverleaf Small  SHRIMP    ������-���  Heinz Fancy Tomato  48 fl. oz.Tin  Sunlight   Powdered sooz.Pkg.  DETERGENT     $2.49  Dad's Handypack  COOKIES 24oz.Pkg!  1.59  JUICE  Royal City Fancy  PORN Cream   O i4fi.oz. TFOC  Red Rose (Guaze)  TEA BAGS  Pkg. 60's  79  1.29  Lindsay/RipeMedium Pitted  OLIVES       ��-T"  Plumrose  16 oz.Tin  PORK PICNICS51.99  Westinghouse   Extra Life   40-60-100 Watt  Malkin's Choice  Campbell's Tomato  89  LIGHT GLOBES  Maxwell House Instant  2 Globes  SOUP  Cloverleaf Smoked  OYSTERS  14fl.oz.JJQC  Tins  10 fl. oz.  Tins    .  3% oz.Tin  COFFEE  Dishwasher Soap  CASCADE  10 oz. Jar  1-42 kg. Pkg.  3.39  1.89  66fI. oz. Jug  Fabric Softener  DOWNY  Lady Scott Asstd. Bathroom  llUuUt 4 Roll Pack  59  1.79  1.19  Lady Scott Asstd.  FACIAL TISSUE -,  Maple Leaf   Vienna  SAUSAGE  69*  Pine Tree Salted  N II I S Spanish Peanuts  10 oz.  Perfex  Dot West  FOIL WRAP  12"x25' Roll  ��� Ml     BLEACH     128fl.oz.Jug  59c  1.09  Paulin.'s.  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