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 Victoria,  B.  d!^  SERVING   THE  GROWINC  SUNSHINE   COAST  Published. at Gibsons. . B. _-  Phone 886-2622  Volume  22  Number 38, October 8, 1969  10c per copy  $2.7 million school  vote in Dec. 6 elections  Last splash of  flower colors  rWo.uld.you like to make your  Own centerpiece for Thanksgiving Day? There will be lots "of  material for it on, Saturday at  1 he -Co-op-, store. Colorful gourds  Th:s will be the ���_ last flower  sale . of the>'/'season-^ "and the  Mothers': 'Circle,. Ordeir of DeMolay,. thanks all customers for  their support-: and. the management arid staff of the Go-Op-  stbre for their tolerancev and  help. It is greatly appreciated!  Special thanks go to Mrs.  Chamberlin arid Mr. Juby, who  donated their time and their  beautiful flowers^ so generously.  The flower sale :has been a most  successful venture, and we want  to say Thank You, Gibsoriiteslx  Vancouver Boys  Choir for Gibsons  For those who enjoyed the  visit in July of- the Brno Children's Choir arranged by the  Children to Children -Cultural  Exchange and sponsored ' here  by the Kiwanis, .another treat  is in store on November 15 when  the Vancouver Boys Choir under  conductor Donald Forbes will  give a concfi'-t at Elphinstone  school. This group has recently  returned from-a most successful European 'tour; including a  concert in-Brno, Czechoslovakia,..  which was arranged by the locally based Children to Children  Cultural Exchange.  SHAKESPEAR  FOR TV  A special two-hour production  of Shakespear's^ love-comedy A ���  Midsummer Night's Dream, featuring an all-star British cast  headed by -comedian Benny Hill  and put together by prize-winning director Joan-Kemp-Welch,  wil mark the start of a new season for CBC-TV's Canadian  School Telecasts, starting Tuesday, Oct. 14.  WATCH THOSE BUSES -��� ��� - ���  School is back in-session, remember that the fed flashing  lamp on a school bus indicates  that sludents are either entering or leaving the vehicle. By  law, all vehicles -following . or  meeting"'a school bus are required to, stop when the red  lights are flashing.      ���  nmmnwmunnmnpwnHtMHwrauHnuuuttiinnnuiiMiw  Many, many hours of planning, figuring costs, surveying, iand^:  mulling over tenders! and the thousand:and-ohe other smaller. item_fr  that surround the start of an area water system culminated Mon-r ^  'day in the digging of the first trench at Roberts Creek, close to vthe  post office, for the Sunshine Coast Regional board's water system.!  Chairman.^Lorne (Wolverton, board members and  Secretaryt  Treasurervcharles Gooding are happy that their many hojursldi  ;..Work along;with Martin Dayton, engineer for the Regional District;  have reach<|d the point where something visible is evident' of"a-  ��� water-system. This, system will run from Sechelt;towards Gibsons^  --'"it is the. start of avw^  area from Langdale -to) Secheit and.ibeyond. The '"system", is\riow'7be-&J.  ^:ifi33i_W  . ���< of. the. areawhichincludes /Roberts Creek:    ;. yv<   v. .Vv^    ' "%  > 7 The/terider-fpr digging pipje trenches, waSlawarded to H.'-B. '^n^-'  -'-lfaeting'Ltd;,-of-:Sur_^y'-at''a',eost of-$187416 and the pipe contract  '  went to John Davidsph Ltd: of fforth Vancouver to cost >$245,212.  .. School     Board   -Referendum  ���Number 10 for $2,723,700 approved by the minister-of education  and authorised by the Lieutenant-Go venor-in-Council will go  before the //ratepayers for a  .vote on municipal election dav^j  .Saturday, Dec! 6. ���  ,.; Of this total there will be $925,-  .000 for, Sechelt where plans include       Sechelt's    Elementary  .school and a junior senior secondary school;   <-.-.���  .Other  school   areas   involved  Nursery school  to be opened  .-' Registration will soon take  place for the Jack and Jill Nursery ;school in Gibsons United  .Church : Hall. Registration . date  arid - other details will be, announced iii the Coast News'  Urgently needed are all types  of toys and play materials in  good condition such as blocks,  beads, dolls and clothes, .doll  .furniture,7 books (ages 3-4%),  trucks and rocking. horses.  Would you be. -willing to donate your, time or materials to  make a large set of wooden  blocks:, rocking horse rockers,  boats, easels or bean bags. We  will supply material for making -  a mobile, storage unit. A handyman is "needed. Further irtfonna-  tion can be obtained fromVMrs.  G. Ohler at 886-2569 or Mrs. J.  Rottluff -at .8_6-2SP6_.;-   '-   . .:-.'  are an addition and alterations  to Elphinstone school, alterations at Madeira Park school,  alteration at Langdale school  Jand alterations to Pender Harbor secondary school.  J.S.   Metzler.  secretary-treasurer for the school district has  stated that the $2,723,700 will  be spent if and when required  and is not regarded as a definite cbriimitmerit. .  A more detailed summary of  "the   referendum   is   being   pre-;  pared by the school board for  release next week.  covers  area  The Sunshine Coast Environment Protection Society has invited Dr. Ralph Patterson, general "manager/ Howe Sound Pulp  Division of Canadian Forest Products to speak about the problems of > pollution facing pulp  and paper mills in general and  specifically, what is being done  in Port Mellon to combat these  problems.  The pulp and paper industry  is very concerned with^the problems of environmental control'  and Dr. Patterson who is chairman of the pollution committee  of the Canadian Pulp and Paper  Association; is well qualified to  outline both the problems and  the methods being taken to control pollution.    -    J.  Believing that it is of value to  both Canadian Forest Products  and the community that the  problems faced by the industry.  are properly understood ..the  Sunshine Coast Environment  Protection Society is -appfeciarf  tive of Dr. Patterson's willingness to accept the invitation.  The meeting has been arranged  for Oct. 9 at 8 p.m. in room 123  at Elphinstone Secondary school  and everyone interested is welcome to attend.  Turkey Qs and As  Q.  How does one prepare a  frozen  turkey for .roasting?  A.   Most  turkeys sold today  , are ready for the.oven and after  thawing rinsing and drying need  no further preparation. The gib-  ets should be removed from the  body cavity and the bird should  be rinsed well and dried thoroughly.    Turkeys    are   usually  stuffed' before roasting.  Q. What does .trussing mean?  A. The term truss means to  tie the wings and legs of the turkey in  place so  that the bird  will hold its shape while cooking  and look shapely when" presented  at the table.  Q. Can the turkey be stuffed  ahead of time?  A. Poultry should be stuffed  just before Roasting. This guards  - against any . possible. development of bacteria in the stuffing  which might result in food poisoning.  -Q. Is it necessary to stuff the  turkey.?  A. A turkey may be roasted  ^without stuffing. This saves on  preparation   and   cooking tinje  ���but.'"the  bird  doesn't have the  nice    rounded    appearance for  carving  at the  table.  Roasting  time for the unstuffed bird is  approximately 5 .minutes per  pound less than for a stuffed  . bird of similar weight. If desired  stuffing may be baked separately in a greased covered casserole or wrapped in aluminum  foil for the last hour of roasting.  Q.*At what temperature'should  turkey be roasted and how many  minutes per pound should be allowed?  A, Whole turkeys should be  roasted at 325 F. Here's a handy  table to use when cooking tur:  key. 6���8 lbs. 3 to 4 hrs.; 8���  12 lbs. 4 to 5 hrs.; 12 ��� 16 lbs.  5 to 6 hrs..; 16 ��� 20 lbs. 6 to 7  V2 hrs.; 20 ��� 24 lbs. 7y2to 9 hrs.  Questions on the buying and  using of Canadian foods may be  directed to the Food Services,  Canada Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.  OCT.  16 WHIST DRIVE  The Independent Order of  Odd Fellows vwiU hold a whist  drive at Roberts Creelr Legion  hall, Thursday, Oct. 16 at 8 p.m.  Refreshments wil be served.  Close to 600 maps of the Sunshine Coast have been  sold so  : far over the counter at the  Coast -News in little more than  : two. months.  Not only have they been sold  '������ over the counter but riiailed re-  ; quests from Calgary, Edmonton,  Vancouver, Burnaby, Gabriola  Island, Ontario, Northwest Terr-  1 :tories and U.S. tourists disposed of quite a few. The map print  ed by the Domiriiion Map company of Vancouver will continue  v to be available^ at the Coast  News.  f ."���.'-���       '���' *'      .   :  r.  Drama group  starts  A drama group has been formed which initially will hold a  ���series of weekly play readings  commencing Thurs.j Oct. 8 :at  the residence ofvJohn Burnside,  . Franklin road, Gibsons at 8 p;m.  It hopes to engage iriproduc-  tions early next year. The group  is currently exploring a variety  of ideas and new ideas will be  r welcomed. If further information is required phone Anne or  Walter Dahl at. 886-7065 or Jo  Crane at 885r2009.  Book on mosses  The interesting world of mosses in British Columbia has been  compiled into a handbook by  the Provincial Museum. ''..:  The new publication, which  deals with mosses from Abvct-  inella abietiria to zygote* is the  28th in a series of handbooks  published by the museums  It is available from the mussum  for one dollar per copy^ muse-  urn director Dr. G.C. Carl paid.  Titled Some Common Mrsszi.  in British Columbia, .the handbook was wr^ten bv Dr.W. Scho-  field o'.'^h'���' department of .bc-tiny  University of British Columbra  and illustrated by Patricia. Dru:  kker���Brammall.  A FAREWELL SERVICE was held Sept. 28. at Glad Tidings Tabernacle for Mr. and Mrs. Wayne.���Abram.'S, and family, who are  leaving Oct. 28 for Formosa. The service was attended by many  friends of the Abrams; who :bpth>:grew up arid,went to school in  "Gibsons. -~  ������.'  -'-. y-.     '/^f^ ���"���'''���-'���'.'������' ���':  Wage boost Besired  He ialso, proposed lhat the  union try1 to. win. agreement for  ;��� ;!-inprovement&^;:tos:ihe -��� -Guara _v-.;  'teed Salary PlariT The principal  of guaranteeing the salaries of  employees in. .the industry, was  established in.the.last round of-  negotiations.  In addition to securing the economic  well being  of the workers, general implementation f a guaranteed salary  plan will help stabilize the industry, by  forcing  management  to  plan expansion more carefully,  Mr. Lorrain said.  A balanced bargaining package;  -which would increase wages and  ^\__ofe up secui-tjy^ for -7i6,e00  meriibers of the International  Brotherhood of Pulp,; Sulphite  and Paper Mill Workers in Canada was proposed by L:H. Lorrain, Canadian Director of the  Union.  Speaking to more than 200.delegates to. the second Canadian  conference of the union Mr. Lor-,  rain cautioned that .members  should respect and carefully  consider some of the proposals  of the Prices and Incomes Commission which is urging wage  and. price restraint. "But,"Mr.  Lorrain continued, "it is extremely difficult for us, the  working men and women of Canada, to make sacrifices in our  --standard of living while giant  corporations go on piling up  their profits.  Mr. Lorrain .told the unionists  there were the reasons to expect*  very substantial wage increaes  in our next contracts. Our proposals will necessarily entail a  comprehensive approach to all  the factors affecting .take home  pay. Mr. Lorrain recommended  the delegates consider adopting  a policy which would call for  some type of cost-of-living escalator clause .iri��' the next contracts with the industry scheduled to be negotiated in 1970.  PAPER COST UP  MacMillan Bloedel announces  an increase of $5 a ton in the  price of standard newsprint, effective Jan. 1970. This will raise  the price to , customers in the  United States to $147 (U.S.) per  ton. The Canadian prices will  be subject to a similar increase.  Tlie company stated that the  increase, amounting to only  three and one half percent,  was made, reluctantly but was  necessary because of substantial increases in the costs of labor, raw materials and other  supplies. In the decade from  1959 to 1969, wage rates for  pulp and paper workers in  British Columbia have increased  by 61 percent while newsprint  prices have gone up 6 percent.  yearly.  DOGWOOD PRINCESS, the latest addition to the B.C. Femes:fleet,  has taken oyer the run to Gambier arid Kents formerly serviced  bv the Sea Wolf IV. Coast News, Oct. a,- 1969.  The Mexican  way  of life  Serving the Mt. Elphinstone district (population 6,000) of the  Sunshine Coast and the Sechelt Peninsula (population 3,000).  Phone 886-2622       P.O. Box 460. Gibsons, B.C.  Published Wednesdays at Gibsons, B.C.  Second Class mail registration number 0794.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, B.C. Weekly Newspapers  Advertising Bureau, Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association, B C.  Weekly Newspapers Association.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher.  Subscription Rates: $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $4.50 per year.  The garbage bother  Sechelt's municipal council is having considerable difficulty  making'-up, its mind about a garbage collection system for the village; It appears that cost is'the major factor, cost and the hope  that council would'be ��� able to put the onus of collecting fees on  the garbage collector.  This can hardly be presented as a forward looking, prospect  because it still leaves the public in the position where it can decide to have nothing to do with garbage collection. This is. precisely what the council should avoid.  ���At its last meeting, council heard, a report preparedby Alderman Norman Watson after interviewing-the two parties interested  in acquiring the contract for garbage collecting and decided to have  another go at it at its next meeting.  At the present time the garbage collection situation in Gibsons  is something that should be examined as soon as possible. The system now in use is not mandatory. Householders have me right to  turn the garbage collector away and look after garbage their own  way, which sometimes is not to their credit.   ;.   .  It would appear that if both villages want to be fair about the  garbage collection situation it should be made mandatory,,so.there  will be no choice. It should be included intaxes.-_orig';/with:.''other''  services for which the public pays, on highways;.health;-natters,  water usage, fire services, street, lights, and many other hidden items. Garbage as a pollution problem is a serious one in  British Columbia. Why it should be in suck an affluent province is ^  something over which to conjure. ��� *&*?>*��'  The following is culled from the White Rock Sun under the  heading A Municipal Responsibility:  "In a built up area, garbage collection is a municipal respon-  sibility. ���-.v7.-^ -   7-    \ .-#': ;���. '-.���'���  "Yet, except for CresceipgBeach ari4|Srescent4;Heigh^ijthere  is no municipal garbage collection in Soiith Surrey f!^-  "Charges vary in the 'area! now served by theKJ^nicipality according to assessed land values. *:  "For years Surrey said;it-was not feasible to collect garbage in  the area. We wonder about that feasibilityvquestipn whenjta-ipay-  ers on the north side of 2#h avenue-in Crescent He^  weekly service while those on the soutti^side go without.        >  -.'On Monday morning council approved in principle/three draft  bylaws. One deals with the preservation of vpiiblic health and defines garbage collection and how it can" be collected. Another pertains to merging and extending existing areas where garbage is  collected and the third.establishes a scale of charges.  "The bylaws have been returned���'for further study-to the administration. We hope they do not lie buried7in^^ bureaucratic corridors  too long and will emerge shortly so council can tackle the question once and for all. :"-���'"'- ' '..-.;..-  "South Surrey needs efficient garbage pickup and it needs it  ton specified days." 7 '  COAST NEWS  5-10-20  FIVE YEARS AGO '-���' ,  Gibsons Municipal council  gave Martin Dayton, consulting  engineer, the go-ahead signal to  make a survey of the Chaster  Creek watershed.  The Coast News on its front  page placed a Centennial-Committee- needs- your- suggestion  box in order to. ascertain what  Gibsonites had in mind.  Anglicans from Port Mellon to  Roberts Creek attended a farewell potluck supper at St. Bart's  hall to hono_ ;Rev; Dents and  Mrs. Harris. .,  Gibsons retail merchants at  a. meeting decided it was time  to get started on Chrisitmasop-  eratidris. Syd Edward was elected chairman and Gerry Dixon  vice-chairman.  10   YEARS   AGO  Roberts Creek Badminton club  members were forced to spend  considerable time cleaning up  broken glass off the Community  Hall floor before playing, owing to the work of window smash  ing vandals.  Bob Burns, Gibsons village,  clerk advocated Gibsons and  area get together and work out  a greater water development  plan to encourge building in the  area. He was speaking to Gib  sons Ratepayers  association.  The. school board has obtained  : departmental approval for the  purchasing of sites and clearing  of grounds of Halfmoon Bay  and Trail Bay schools.  Dick Kennett in his September weather report states that  two inches of rain fell on Sept.  24, a record far any September  day on record. Total rain for  ���the month was 6.14.inches. The  normal was 3.14 inches.  20  YEARS   AGO  Sechelt's Board of Trade is  looking into the prospect of incorporating unorganized Sechelt  village into an organized municipality.  The Coast News, printed at  Powell River in those dajrs and  edited from an office in Sechelt  has closed its Sechelt's office  and opened one in Gibsons in  the same building on Marine  Drive, as Gibsons Electric.  There were 72 pupils attending  Gibsons High school, 155 at Sechelt elementary, 221 at Gibsbns  elementary and 54 at Pender  Harbor Superior school.  Merchants complained to Gib-  sons council over what they  called excessive parking in.front  of their premises -and wanted  something done about it.  BY SEAN DALY  I went on a guided tour of  Mexico City today, my first day  here, to get my bearings in this  city of five and one half million  souls. At first it was with feelings of reluctance, placing myself, now the sophisticated traveller, in company with unabashed tourists, but the things we  saw and were told about were  so interesting I lost my initial  repulsion.  Our   group   consisted of  two  elderly    American   ladies from  Kentucky with long drawls, one  reserved Englishman, one Chilean  from   Valparaiso   and   our  Mexican  driver   who   spoke   at  great length on Mexican history.  Apparently Mexico City is built  on   a   shallow lake  which  was;  filled in by the Mochicas Or original Aztecs. Many large heavy  buildings are sinking, the nation-  * al cathedral at the Zocalo has;  a  sloping   floor.   On   the other  hand the Independence    monument is rising and about six feet  of  steps have  been added  all  the way round. Architects  say '.  it is alright now as the factories-,  have moved to the outskirts of  town ��� they used to put down  wells for water and the removal of the water would cause sinking Of the ground.  Here one is very conscious of  the   new  superimposed  on   the  old ��� the National Palace erected on the ruins of Montezuma's  palace for example -^ a Franciscan church on an Aztec pyramid ruins surrounded by modern .apartments forms the plaza  of  three   Cultures.   The   driver  said  this  was   where  the   Oct-  2, 1968;,riofcs occurred. We could  see the burhtrparts of-the build-"'  angs and the renewed portions  The   police were on  one  side,  the army on the other with the  students in the middle in their  modem/high school, the driver  explained  wjth emotion  in his  Y<>ice.- The students entered the  apairtinent buildings  for  safety  from  the militia's bullets while  the. fipartment dwellers poured _,  hojfc|pwater7 on   the i^roops   and f  police below.   7.''7'-^F  The highlight of theiday for?me  were the iriurials by Diego Rivera in the National Palace,.Hundreds of figures portrayiiiir^the  whole history of Mexico surged  in struggle, Aztecs resisting conquest, Mexicans asserting independence, and struggling; internally in revolution. DiegoV Rivera  who forged these panoramas of  an emerging nation, was a remarkable man. Just to be an  unabashed communist in a land  of strong Catholicism ��� requires  considerable strength of character. ���'���  Once he was commissioned to  paint a mural in the new Rockefeller, centre in New York: The  unveiling revealed Mr. Rockefeller and his cohorts drinking  it up with women of ill repute  while the= workers under the eye  of Karl Marx, cast off their  chains. The mural was promptly  painted over.  In his mural in the Dei Prado  hotel, Rivera wrote at the top  God does not exist. When he  died a Catholic fellow painter  wrote Diego Rivera does riot ex-,  ist: Rivera had occasion to depict Hernan Cortes; the ; Spanish co-riqueror of Mexico as he  actually was rather than what  we have been led to believe he  was. It turns tout he was 7 described as short of stature, a  hunchback bowlegged and ugly  .-as described 7 in old Mexican  documents and as graphicaUly  portrayed by Rivera."'.  Several days later I wished to  re-visit some of the places on  our tour, I took a one peso cab  down the TBroad Paseo de La-  Reform to Chapultepec Park.  To indicate the cab one desires  one sticks out either one finger  or two, On the price and distance one wishes to travel. The  Pasco de La Reforma is a wide  tree - lined avenue surging with  traffic. Large monuments mark  the intersections. Monuments to  Aztec warriors, to the independence amd to the six Cadets who  defended Chapultepec Hill frorii  the Americans. Chapultepec Hill  crowned by a castle, rises out  of Chapultepec Park. ChapultepecTtrieans "Grasshopper". Once  at Chapultepec Park I went to.  the National Museum of Anthropology, a magnificent new build  ing filled with Mexican artefacts, HaJoc, the god of rain,  stands stolidly outside, hewn  from a single block of stone.  Once inside, one could spend  days wandering amongst, the  rich remains of Mexico's Indian  ancestry. One day I saw many  young schoolkids busily scribbling away at the exhibits,  learning about man's evolution.  I stepped between young art  students sketching monolithic  states, gaining an appreciation  of the art styles of their ancestors.  The highlight. of my stay in  Mexico   City. was   my  trip   to.  Teotihuacan.  For a description  of this day and the events surrounding it, I will turn to my  diary:   Sundays   may  be   dead  in Vancouver but they certainly  v aren't in Mexico   City.   Streets  just swarming with people and  and many small clothing shops  seemed to have sales on.I bumbled my way along to the "Pir-  amides" bus station and got a  second class bus 4o Teotihuacan  to see the impressive pyramids  ��� The Temples of the S^un and  Moon respectively.   It   seemed  ages to get there as  we. shopped  off at  every  little village  along the way. Mexican drivers  seldom say no to extra passengers: they always stop and try  to cram more'in, even when all  the seats are taken, all the standing room full. There is always  a tiny bit of "extra space which  can be filled. No nonsense about\  capacity restrictions and no separation of the driver from the  people by red lines or, 'no talking to driver' signs; Everybody  is crammed together in forced  but  uriresented   intimacy.   This  sort of  thing tends  to  destroy  squeamishness    about    contact  with people. I've never been in  the close presence of so many  people before I came to Mexico.  Another interesting   facet  of  buses  in Mexico are the little  shrines and slogans in the cab.  near   the driver.  A  cloth with  little tassels, hanging from its  lower edge is often .trurig ac-  ss jtie; cab Va^ove, the  front  indows? on this?eloth is --'.usual-:  ly>s^lick7 an iriiage:of the Virgin  Maryv^l: also once saw a little  sign which read:   "Sii Dies es  con  nosotros,   quien  es   contra  hosptros':��-*, if God is with us  who is against us ?". It seems  this is' a form of road insurance  a la ^Clmstian1 Science.        7  Anyway,     reaching the ruins  I climbed both pyramids ���  quite a steep climb and many  people puffing. Mostly Mexicans  were there that day, Sunday,  with lovely bright loolorful  clothes in contrast to the earthy rocks composing- the pyramids. Being geologically inclined, I noted 'that the rocks  used are all volcanic with much  vesicular basalt and they present a variety of colors, though  reddish-brown from a distance.  They are cemented together.  There was no.apparent shaping  of the individual rocks as the  Incas didJnstead, these tempies  i ���> i '. if - > ^ " -  ^were ;faced ��� T��ith a white  con-  fcrete veneer, covering the stone  I noted the overall architecture  displays a great stress on the  horizontal line - many horizontal divisions - in the steps and  in the sections of the temple.  This emphasizes the flatness of  the plain which forms the natural setting.'        ' -   ,  Not every one was' willing- to  accept who the architects were.  An American -at the base of the  Temples del Sol cried out in  sheer disbelief - "Indians- built  tha-a-t ?". The guide on my tour  a brown colored Mexican overheard it and sublimated his anger by saying, quietly, "No the  okies built it."  N. Richard McKibbin  A PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE  HER  NURSING HOMES  SAVE YOU MONEY  With the, cost of hospital care on the increase  and /with" no forseeable change in the future, it  would be well to investigate a nursing home when  extended care is needed latter* an illness or operation. In a nursing home, more (personal care can  be given to each patient for there are rarely, as  in hospitals, the critically ill who need most of the-  time Nurses,' Aides and other hospital staff have  . to. give. ������'.'..���' '.'',''..   -... '7    .;,  Your physician  can  recommend a  nursing  home most convenient to you. We supply "drags"--  to nursing homes arid always carry the knediciries  they need. !-'.-���������',  Your doctor can phone us when you need a  medicine. We will constantly endeavor to keep  abreast of the expanding activities in the field  of" pharmacy ��� in this era of great change. We.  pledge at all times to be in the position to offer, the finest of pharmaceutical services.  KRUSE DRUG STORK LTD.  Rae W.  Kruse  Pharmaceutical Chemists & Druggists  Sechelt Gibsons  885-2238 . ���  v        ._ ,    .- 886-2234 .  Dependability-������ Integrity .��� Persbri-tlNService'"*  sme-iioik^  OPEN All DMkY W^ESDAYS  Especially you.  ���' Canada Savings Bonds. Available in .denominations of  '$50, $100. $500, $1,000, $5;000, or $25,000. Cashable at any)  time for full face value plus earned interest. Offering      '  this year a higher-than-ever average annual yield of 8%. f  . Which means you'jl have doubled your money by the time jj  the bonds mature in 9 years.  Buy by instalments at the Bank of Montreal  Pay as little as 5% down and the remainder in easy payments over a year.  >  %  2.50  DOWN  FOR  A/  $  50.00  BOND  *5.00  DOWN FOR A  $10000 BOND  *25.00  DOWN FOR A  $500���� BOND  *50.00  DOWN FOR A  $1000���� BOND  Xanada Savings Bonds. The bonds that benefit all Canadians.;  " ~ Now at the Bank of Montreal.  _���__���  -i  Bank of Montreal  ~~~~���  Canada^ First Bank STANLEY KNIGHT  One of Canada's top scholastic awards to outstanding teach-  ershas been won by a former.  Gibsbns teacher.  Stanley Knight, vice-principal  of Gibsons Elementary School  in 1965-66, has been awarded  the Florence S. Dunlop Memorial Award of $2,000 for post-graduate study. Announcement of  the award was made in Ottawa  by the trustees of the fund.  Mr. Knight will use the scholarship; to complete his doctor 'of  philosophy degree at the University of Oregon! He received  a Bachelor of Education degree  from the University of B.C. in  1962 and a Master of Education  degree jfrom Western Washing  ton State College in 1967.  This is fthe first award to be  made by the Florence S. Dunlop  Fund which was established to  honor one of Canada's best-  known teachers. Purpose of the  fund is to permit outstanding  teachers to go on to post-graduate training.  After leaving Gibsons, Mr.  Knight moved to Westview Elementary school in Northi Vancouver. For the last year he has  been a student at the University of Oregon. He hopes to get  his PHD degree by next spring.  Mr- Knight also7 received a  $3,000 graduate assistants' scholarship from the university of  Oregon this year.  .ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION (Branch 109) GIBSONS  By Popular Request  we present for your listening and dancing pleasure  The Drifters  OCT. 11 ��� 8 p.m.  Everyone Welcome Admission at door $1  0^m0**^**+**0+^^*^_  NOTICE  R. S. Rhodes  Doctor of Optometry  /  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Announces he will be in Sechelt  MONDAY^ OCT. 20  For an appointment for eye examination phone  Sechelt Beauty Parlor 885-2818  If anyone desires any adjustment or repair to their  present glasses I will be pleased to be of service  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  MUNICIPAL VOTERS LIST  Notice /is hereby given that la Court (of Revision will sit mt  the Municipal Hall, Sechelt, on the first day lof November  next from the hour of ten o'clock <until the ihour \ot twelve"  o'clock |n the morning, for fhe purpose of hearing and determining any application on the part of any person to be added  to the list of Voters, and remove any names Incorrectly'  placed thereon.  The list of Voters as corrected and revised by ithe Court of  Revision shall be that used at the >Annual (Municipal Election  to ibe held in the month of December 1969.  E. T. RAYNER,  Clerk.  Point of law  (By a Practicing Lawyer)  Copyright applied foi  We have been asked a number oi: questions concering the  causing of a disturbance and the  legality .of begging,' vagrancy,  prostitution and other similar  matters.  Causing a disturbance is a  crime and occurs when a person  not in a dwelling house but in  or near a ptibilic place/  does so by fighting, screaming,  shouting, swearing, singing or  using insulting or obscene language, or by being drunk or  impeding or molesting other persons.  Loitering in a public place is  a similar. offence but it must  include obstructing other persons.  Disturbing the peace and quiet of the occupants of a dwelling house is likewise an offence,  and this may be accomplished  by discharging firearms or other disorderly conduct in a public place.   ���  Vagrancy' is of five types:!. ������''  A p_rson���wandering abroad or  trespassing, not having any apparent means of support, and  being unable "to justify his presence where he is found, (no  aged or infirm person may be 7  convicted under this part.) 2.  Begging from door to door or  in a public place. 3. A common  prostitute or night walker found  in a public place being unable  to give a good account of ber-  elf. 4. A person supporting himself by gaming or crime and  having no lawful profession or  calling, and 5. A person, loitering or wandering in or near a  school ground, playground, public park or bathing area who has  been convicted of rape or certain other serious or unnatural  sexual offences.  Prostitution is not a crime as  such. However there are many  acts in connection with prostitution which are crimes, such as  keeping or renting, or being an  inmate of , or found in, a bawdy  house; procuring a female to  have illiicit - sexual intercourse  with another, and living an whole  or in part en the avails of the  prostitution of another. " -  There as no such crime as  showing disrespect to a policeman. He may be treated in any  manner so long as a. disturbance  is not caused. He may not be  obstructed dn his lawful duty  and this would include threatening or menacing.  Coast News,  Oct. 8, 1969.  Blake C. Alderson, D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building, Sechelt  TUES., WED., THURS., FRI.  10:30-5:30  SATURDAY 9:30 - 1:00  Phone  Office 885-2333���Res. 886-2321  PLAY BINGO  THURSDAY  OCTOBER 9  GIBSONS LEGION HALL - 8 p.m.  Sunshine Coast Highway  19 GAMES $10 or OVER  20lhGMffi  $500-50 CAUS'--X-v^jiJBjfc���JBt' 'dkUf ���"'  $100���55 CALLS      $50���56 CALL or MOM-  Minors under 16 not allowed  GIBSONS   WELFARE  FUND  Door Prize ?  Winner must be in Attendance  Canada Savings Bonds can make good things  happen to you���now and in the future. Millions  of Canadians know this. Last year they bought  more than three billion dollars worth. Their  reasons for buying? Simple.  Canada Savings Bonds are easy to buy for cash or  on instalments where you work, bank or invest.  Canada Savings Bonds are cold hard cash-  instantly. They can be redeemed anytime at  their full face valiie plus earned interest.  They are safe���backed by all the resources of  ; Canada. A very special security.  And this year Canada Savings Bonds give you  the best return ever I i  New Canada Savings Bonds now yield an  average of 8.00% a year when held to maturity.  Each $100 Bond begins with $7.00 interest for  t��ie first year, pays $8.00 interest for each of  the next two years, and then pays $8.25 interest  for each of the last six years. On top of this you  can earn interest on your interest.  Double your money in nine years! Buy yours  today and make good things happen to you I  CS-9-20 COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS  Phone 886^2622  Deadline, Tuesday Noon  Rates: Up to. 15 words 55c,  cash with order, 3c per word  over 15 words, 2nd and subsequent consecutive insertions half rate.  A billing charge of 25c will  be made on all ads hot paid  1 week after insertion.  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT  THEATRE  Gibsons ��� 886-2827  Thurs., Fri. Oct. 9, 10  TRACK OF THUNDER  Stock Car Racing  Tom Kirk Ray Stricklyn  Color  Sat., Mon., Tues., Oct. 11, 13, 14  8 p.m  Matinee, Sat, Oct 12, 2 p.m.  PETER PAN  and  DISNEYLAND AFTER DARK  in color, from Disney  Sunday, Oct. 12  MIDNIGHT  HORROR   SHOW  ,   The All New  KING KONG'S ESCAPE  plus  THE SCULL  Both in Color*  Out Approx. 3:15 a.m.  Oct. 11, N.D.P. Annual Thanksgiving Supper and Dance, Rob-.  erts Creek Community Hall,  7  p.m. $3 per person. Tickets ob-  -tainable at 88.-247..  Oct 17, Giibsons U.C.W. Fall  Thrift Sale, Christian Education,  Hall, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Oct. 21, Tues., 8 p.m., Anglican  Parish Hall. Special SJP.C.A.  meeting. Everyone welcome  BIRTHS  DAVIES ��� To Doug and Alice,  on Oct. 3, 1969, at Lions Gate  Hospital, a daughter, Kirsten  Leigh, 7 lbs., 5 oz. A sister for  Angela. Uroud grandparents are  Mr. and Mrs. G. Newburgher  and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Davies.  DEATHS  BARRY ��� John Douglas Barry,  46, died at St Paul's Hospital,  Vancouver, Oct. 6. 1969., son of  Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Barrie of  Toronto. He leaves a sister Rita  Sandra and a brother Murray  also a late sister Celina, all of  Toronto. Body donated to science. In lieu of flowers kindly  donate to the Heart Foundation;  CARD OF THANKS  To the lousy driver who creased the side of a maroon '65  Chev hardtop while backing out  of a parking spot in front of  Lila's Beauty Salon, last Thursday, Thanks a lot! If your conscience (bothers you, you might  phone the Coast News to find  out whose car you hit.  The Vicar and committee of St.  Bartholomew's Anglicarii Church  wish  to thank all who helped,  make the Thanksgiving dinner a  .success. Thank you.  IN MEMORIAM  HOLGATE ��� Treasured memories always of my dearest husband, father and grandfather,  Henry Howard Holgate, taken  from us October 10, 1963. 7  We keep in our hearts the love  of the past,   .  There it was planted, always to  , last. ���������:'���'������������;  ���From- his ever-loving - wife,  Edith,   daughter Mary,   son-in-  law Doug, and grandson Michael  HORISIS  Flowers   and  Gilts  for all occasions  LissiLand Florists ,  Giibsons,   886-9345  Sechelt   885-9455  NOTICE  I will not be responsible for any  debts   contracted  in  my name  by any other than myself o or  after October 7;, 1969.  (Signed) Mrs. Hazel McLeod,  White Road, Roberts Creek-  For complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability  insurance; claims and adjustments, contact Captain W. Y.  Higgs, Marine Consultant, Box  339, Gibsons. Phones 886-9546.  and 885-9425  FOUND  A man's Hushpuppy type shoe  near Elementary school on Wednesday morning. Now at Coast  News.  PETS  Coast News,  Oct.  8, 1969.  WORK WANTED  DIVERS  available for salvage jobs, any  type. Contact Jim Rogers, 886-  7715 or 886-9662.  ALTERATIONS  For Dressmaking and Altera-  tions, Phone 886-7432.   Competent typist and steno, fully ��� experienced, available for  part time work. Phone 886-9331.  Teenager will do gardening,  mowing and odd jobs. Phone  886-2801.  Beat the fall winds: We top,  limb, fall or put TV antennas in  trees. Insured work, done to  your satisfaction. Our estimate  may be lower than you think.  Phone 885-2109.  VERNON & SON BULLDOZING  Land clearing with  clearing blade  Grading and Excavating  Competent work, Service  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Phone 886-2887  MISC. FOR SAU  14 ft. Dozer boat, Crown Chrysler motor; 14 ft. log brock, hydraulic V drive; 19 ft. Speedboat  85 Merc. Phone 886-9375.  Dinette suite, bucket type chairs  3 pee. bedroom suite; 3 Italian  Provincial coffee tables; 3 pee  sectional chesterfield; All items  like new. Apply Apt. 203, Maple  Crescc. Apts., 1605 School Rd.,  Gibsonis  14 ft. dozer boat, Crown Chrysler motor; 14 log block; V drive  Phone 886-9375.  Brand new cowhide rug, ideal  for rumpus room, summer camp  or den. $95. Electric hot water  heater $35. Phone 886-2770.  Electric stove and fridge in good  condition. $75 for both. 886-7204.  IF IT'S SUITS - IT'S MORGANS  885-9330, Sechelt  , Alfalfa for sale. $60 a ton. J &  S Enterprises Ltd. Phone 886-  7123. '.-:���'',-./  Sheep manure, aged, ready for  use oh lawns and gardens, in  bags. Elander Farm. 886-2400.  SPORTING GOODS  Hardware and appliances  Where your dollar has more  -     cents  EARL'S IN GIBSONS  >     886-9600  Used electric and gas ranges,  also;oil ranges. C & S Sales. Ph.  885-9713. Secheit:      7  ���Lawnmowers���-  ���Outboards--  ���Chain Saws-  Repaired and Serviced  V   Authorized Dealer  ���Yamaha Outboards���  ���Lawnboy Mowers���  ���Homelite Saws���  ���Sabre Saw Chain���  NUTS & BOLTS  Head of Wharf  886-2838  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  WANTED  Marine radiotelephone, also  small boat steering wheel. 886-  2801.      :���-, '.���'.-.���  announcements  WIN A BIKE FOR CHRISTMAS  Join the Saturday Matinee Club.  For details phone Mrs. Schmidbauer, 886-7240.   .  Wish -to contact L.D.S. mem-  hers on the Sunshine Coast. Ph.  8864946. "  For membership of explosive re  quiremento contact Wiljo Wiren  selling agent, Howe Sound,  Farmers Institute, Reed Road,  Gibsons, 88.-2014. Stumping or  ditching powder, dynamite, electric or regular caps, prima-  cord, .etc.  Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone  886-2979 or 885-9327 after 5 p.m.  HAVE YOU A  DRINKING PROBLEM  Contact Alcoholics Anonymous (closed meetings) Gibsons, Ph. 886-7106 or 886-2924.  Poodles, grooming, clipping.  Years of experience. Telephone  886-2601.  COMPRESSED AIR  SERVICE FOR      ���"���������;  Skindivers' and Firemen's  air tanks  SKINDIVERS AVAILABLE  FOR SALVAGE WORK  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint, fibreglass, rope, canvas,  boat hardware  WALT NYGREN  SA.LES LTD.  Gibsons, 886-9303  LIVESTOCK  Horseshoeing, breaking, training, and boarding. Call Ben  Clark, 112-536-9116.  $987  BRAND NEW TOYOTA  COROLLA, CORONA  . CROWNS  SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE  Our Year-end Sale  Now in Progress  n^*-"-*1 .  WE GUARANTEE  THE BEST DEALS IN  THE CITY  TERRIFIC   SELECTION  OF BRAND NEW  AMERICAN MOTORS  CARS  DEMO's  AMBASSADOR  REBEL, JAVELIN  FOR   PERSONAL  ATTENTION  CALL or SEE  GARY LAIRD   I  RAM-HILL  MOTORS  TOYOTA ��� RAMBLER  3rd at Lonsdale. N. Van.  OFFICE 988-4161  HOME 988-4266  '57 Volkswagen van; new motor,  privately owned. Phone 886-2088  Can be seen at Copping Motors,  Sechelt. \.-.w:? ���  '59 Olds for sale. Phone 886-  9686.>  To sublet; car parking space  adjacent Coast News. Phone  ^86-71178.7  BOAISFOR SAU  10 ft. fibreglass boat and motor.  Phone 886-7407.  Runabout boat storage available  Safe and dry for winter. Phone  886-2400, Shaw Road, Gibsons.  FUELS  FIREPLACE - ALDER  Local sales  Vancouver & area sales 886-2438  after 6 p.m.  fOR RENT  Compact 3 room house, all facilities, electric stove and fridge  on five acres. Fenced pasture  for horses. Reduced rent for win  tr months. See McMynn Real  Estate, Gibsons.  Granthams, 5 rooms, furnished,  w-w carpet, pkg oil. Couple or  2 ladies. Phone 112-922-7695.  2  bedroom  waterfront  cottage;  and 2 bedroom waterfront side-  by-side duplex available Oct. 1.  R. W. Vernon, S86-2887.  OFFICE.? FOR RENT  HARRIS BLOCK  75 to 1400 square feet. Centre of.  Gibsons business area. Inquiries  invited. Contact" N. R.  Harris,  P.O.   Box  549,   Gibsons,   Phone  886-2861.  -  BEST ACCOMMODATION  IN GIBSONS  MAPLE   CRESCENT  NEW DELUXE APARTMENT  1, % 3 bedroom apartments vacant now. FREE heat, washig  facilities,, drapes,  bHnds, parking,    water,    garbage    collection.   Colored   appliances   and  plumbing. Luxury living at low  cost.       .      Phone 886-2905  Waterfront' mobile home space.  Good beach area. Laundromat  under construction. Bonniebrook  Gamp; and Trailer Park. The  Vernons. 886-2887.  VIEW HOME in Bay area,  Gibsons village. Only three  years old. this house has three '  good sized bedrooms, modern,  bathroom; kitchen area and  view living room. Good- storage  space. Sundeck-verahdah on two  sides. Solid foundation, copper  plumbing, full 220 wiring, electric heaters.-Asking $16,000 full  price.  886-2481  .'��� SEAVIEW ROAD, with good  view, and lane at foot of lot, older type house, only $6,850 cash  or $7,500 on terms. Large living room with FR, sunporch.  One bedroom, but could be enlarged. Raised on blocks for  foundation installation. See this  one.  886-2481  .MM  DOUBLE LOT, North Road  near Mountain Road. Priced to  sell at $2200.  886-2481  ���... _.,  ONLY   $500  PER  ACRE  for  19.6 acres on Port Mellon highway, with two good streams.  About 1500' road frontage. Excellent view. Full price $9,500.  with only $2,500 cash, balance at  $85 per month. Buy now!  886-2481  ACREAGE    O N    HIGHWAY  (west side) near Crowe Road.  Two five acre parcels;, each with  264 'road frontage. View potential, stream on one of them.  * Priced at $7,000 each, all cash.  Low taxes. .V-  886-2481  Good sized building lots in  Langdale area, fully serviced,  for as little as $2,250, on easy  terms. Arrange to see this area.  886-2481  MEMBER, MULTIPLE  LISTING SERVICE  LISTINGS  WANTED  Representing Zurich and  Western Union Insurance  OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS  Mr. Crosby      7 Mr. White  ,-Eves. 886-2098 *���  Eves 886-2935  7, 7    7Richard F. Kennett  v 7 Notary Public  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  v Sunnycrest Shopping Centre   .  GIBSONS, B.C. Ph. 886-2481  -MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  777 Hornby St. 688-3501  Vancouver  Choice  of  lots  on moss-bluff  w-f in Frenchman's Cove. Fresh  water   supply,  sheltered  mooiv-  age. Prices from $6,000.  300' :"wf in Pender Harbour,  $12,000.  Full price $15,800 for semi-wf.  home"at Hopkins with two bedroom up, dining room with view,  suite beloiw. 60'x 180'lot.  Holiday cottage on Keats.  Community water, plumbed, fire  place, close to ibeach for $3000.  View lots with water supply,  close to Langdale school, $2,250.  Fine large Jot below highway  at Langdale, $4,000.  Large enough for 5 good size  level lots close to wf. $2,50..  Rooming house, good family  quarters and accommodation  for a dozen boarders. Good value and easy terms.  150' wf.7 on salt water lagoon,  1 acre cleared land, four bdrm  home with. A-O furnace. $16,500,  $7,500 dn.  If you haven't been in- to see  our choice of view lots, drop in  to Seaview subdivision and try  one on.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  2 b.r. sitting rm, dining rm, kit-  heenette, bath, centrally heated  by gas, rest all electric Good  view of Sechelt War Memorial  and- full length of Cowrie St.  Quiet,' secluded, "rear view, overlooking Indiani school playfield-  and mountains of Sechelt Inlet.  Taxes $135 and water $44. Garbage collected weekly. Well  plated garden,  area scheduled  for village development. $16,000  cash. Ph. 885-9328.  GIBSONIS, M__ME_OiEATE POSSESSION. Two 'bedroom view  home, large, landscaped lot,  two street access. Good sized  view living room with fireplace,  WW carpet, part basement. $3000  down on full price of $14,900.  HIGHWAY ACREAGE: 33  acres 'with 2 bedroom home,  spring fed domestic water system. Stream on lightly wooded,  easily cleared land. Suitable for  subdivision.- $36,000, preferably  cash. Gib&ons area.  GIBSONS VILLAGE ��� View  property., full acre. Convenient  to schools, shopping area, with  2 bedroom home, rented at present. Excellent development property. Full price $12,500, with  $8,000 down.     /��������� 7  EXECUTIVE TYPE 3 bedrm  home, modern in every respect.  Two bathrooms, large-living  room, wall to wall carpets, ample closet space. Floor area 1300  ft. (plus). A home, to be proud  of. Full price $31,.00 with $8,000  down.   - "v.77v7;  ADAPTAiBLE ACRE A G E  Over 400 ft. highway frontage,  and 795 ft. on gravel road frontage. Apprixomate centre of well  popula ted areii. Ideal motel site.  Ample water. Total; parcel $44,-  000 Terms.- ;':7;,7:-;.  SELMA PARK: An outstanding view home. 1 bedroom, fully  modern. Many conveniences. Adjacent to transportation. Imme-  diate possession. Full price $26,-  500. Offers on down payment.  LAND! ! !!!  .';.-.',  MEMBER ��� MULTIPLE  LISTING SERVICE  EWART McMY^REAJJY  ..-_' Notary Public  Box 238 '   Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2248  E.  McMynn,  886-2500  Do Wortman, 886-2393  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Roberts Creek ^ 1308  Large residential lot. Approx.  125'   x   550'.   Fronts  on paved  road. Near beach; F.P. $3,500.  Middle Point 1161  115 feet waterfront, 2.04 acres.  Crown lease. F.P: $3,500.  .......   -.-;.;:.T-?T��^..VC:.:..-:v.;.>,v^V-.*-'      7,  Roberts Creek 1277  Comfortable two bedroom  home. Close tbthe beach. Over  one acre. DP.>:$3,500. Good  terms on balance.  Gibsons 1244  Conveniently located, dose to  shopping: Retirement or newly-  weds. Single bedroom home.  Large level lot. F\P. $10,000  Gibsons     " 1155  Well maintained two bedroom  home Double carport. Good- water supply. Spacious, level, land  scaped lot. Excellent garden.  Fruit trees, Short distance to  shopping. $15,000 ��� reasonable  terms.  Call C. R Gathercole  Phone 886-7015.  Sechelt office, Ph.  885-2161  Peter Smith,  Phone 885-9463.  Member Multiple Listing Services of Vancouver Real Estate  Board.   7  Agencies Ltd.  fealty & Insurance  Gibsons  Marine Drive  Box 369 ;     ..-:  Sechelt  Cowrie St.  Box 155  MOBILE HOMES  10 x 52 mobile home. Phone 886-  2107.  WHY iPAY RENT  Good selection used mobile  homes. Easy terms available.  Pacific Mobile 7 Hori.es, 2667  Kingsway, Vancouver. Phone  112-434-02087 Ask for Roy.    7  Canadian built General Mobile  Homes. Many, exciting new models,": featuring a utility room  with third entrance. Immediate  delivery. Seven years finance.  Trades considered. Pacific Mobile Homes, 2667 Kingsway, Van  couver. ��� Phone 112434-0208, ;_3_sk  for Roy....-.<��� ���. .-^ ;,;.���,/-.r-  CONSTRUCTION  GULF BUILDING SUPPUES  .    Spchelt   Phone 885-228?  Everything tor your  : building needs  RUBY LAKE: Lovely in autumn  The fully furnished and insulated cabin would be cozy with the  fireplace blazing. A sundeck  overlooks 120' of WF. $12,500  full price and ternis. Call DON  TAIT/' 883-22.4.  SELMA PARK' has" a new- duplex of . unique design. Just  enough finishing to be done' to  lend your personal touch. The  ocean - view and sunny atmosphere will stimulate- your crea-  tiveness. Phone us now and discover this .one.  ROBERTS CREEK: Close to  beach park! IV2 level acres with  2 bdrm home. The area around  this solid house; is ready for  your landscaping ideas. The  trout stream in an arboreal setting here adds to the possibilities. Only $3}500 down to handle:  THE BEST;4 plus acres at Roberts Creek just near enough to  the highway for convenience.  Bubbling creek is your pure water supply. Build country seclusion, here. Full price $4,500 cash.  GIBSONS: Terrific buy in family homes is this attractive post  & beam gem; 3 large bedrooms,  spacious living roomv with fireplace and top grade W-W carpet. Kitchen features7 counter  top cooking andv will 7 oven} in  complimentary color. Bright util  ity, storage room. Level grounds  close to shops and transportation. Try your down payment on  $22,750.  /.������;;.    7 '���".'���.���'.;-..'  LANGDALE: Very good building lot with terrific view of  Howe Sound. Full price $8,800,  terms., Uyy :--:ly  K. BUTLER REALTY  & Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000      7  '"\r.'>--        MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Semi-  waterfront,, fully serviced  lots close to safe beach and  boat launching. Terms av-  ailable;' Full price $3,500.  MIDDLEPOINT --. Waterfront  30i acres^ choice waterfront  prbjperty with excellent subdivision/potential. Over 500  ft. on highway. Full price  $75,000 with terms.  GOWER POINT -^ 2^ acres of  level cleared land on blacktop road. Full price $4,000.  GAMBIER ISLAND ��� 4*_ acres  waterfrontage. Not only  beautifully treed and gently  sloping property with safe  ibeach but large 2, bedroom  modern house, power and  . water, ramp and boat float,  etc. All for the amazingly  low price of- $_32,_500.  GIBSONS ��� 200 ft. waterfront.  Sully  serviced  property in  new home area with spec-  . tacular    view,    overlooking  * famous Salmon Rock. One of  the   choicest  building   sites  on the coast. Full price $10,-  500; Terms.  ���2V2.  acres  commercial property in village/Fully serviced cottage and highway  frontage. Full price $13,000  cash.  Call Morton Mackay  7 886-9600, eves 886-7088  FiNLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons? Coquitlam  wAHTEDTORBn\;7yf~~  2 or 3 bedroom unfufhisKed  house, Gibsons area. Phone 886-  Bamker requires 2 bedroom unfurnished house. Phone 886-2216  or 886-2659.      '  Three bedroom home by Re-7  gional District Supt. Contact of-*  fice, 885-2838 or Box 936, Hope,  7B.C.777'!:tr*;���?.?.?yky..  PROPERTY INVESTMENT  PAYS BIG DD7IDENDS  Put your savings into land in  -  your own community  We have good holding property'"-.  '"' from $1,000 up. See  r K. ^CROSBY ���  CHARLES ENGLISH  REAL ESTATE  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  ,-....   Gibsons, :886-2481        :  View lot for sale, 76' x 265' deep  Centre Gibsons; Phone 886-2861  evenings.  WATERFRONT ~~~  Best   on   the   Sunshine '���;' Coast,  acreage or lots, fully serviced,  fantastic view. Phone 885-9683.  Half moori:Bay. WINS SCHOLARSHIP   C  ���\r���'���'������'���v:'" ���'-���-���   ' -i-V.j * -  Lyndon Cramer son of .Mr."*&  Mrs; Russel Cramer'" of Hopkins  Landing, won a $100 scholarship  atr the International Bible -College, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.  It was one of two given away  Phone 886-2622  Measles Vaccine  Available without Charge  7 by .-.7.' 7  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit  Gibsons:  Community Health  Centre, - Oct. 21, 10 am - $ pm  Madeira Park: Legion Hall,  Oct. 17, 9 am -Mnoon  Sechelt: St. Mary's Hospital,  Oct. 17,. 2 phi >. 5 pm 7   r~'-y'7  __  Independent Order of  Oddfellows  Thurs*- Oct.16, 8 pjn.  Roberts Creek Legion Hall  Adm. 50c Refreshments  ~c  ������*^"X^*^^1��  Bill  V  McPhedran  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  886-7477  (111IIIII Nil!IllIvN  ^ A^GLICAS  St. Bartholomew's, Gibson.*  8 a.m., 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday  Holy Communion  11 a.m., Sunday School  11:15 a.m;, 1st and 3rd Sundays  Holy Communion  2nd and 5th Sunday, Mattins  4th Sunday, Family Service  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  10 a.m., 2nd Sunday  Holy Commuhion  4th Sunday, Family Service  3 p.m., 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday  'Evensong  ':- . UNITED  Gibsons United Church  11:15 a.m., Divine Service  9:30 a.m., Wilson Creek  2:15 p7m;;7RobertS7 Creek  PORT MELLON  1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays  9:15 a.m, Rev. R. D. Morgan  2nd and 4th Sundays  7:30 p.m��� Rev. Jim Williamson.  -7 baptist;';.V; 7  CALVARY BAPTIST  -,-.'���..���������   Park Rd., Gibsons  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  '.'.. Evening Service 7 p.m.  Phone 886-2158  BETHEL BAPTIST  Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  Phone 885-9665  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  7 Member* P.A.O.C.  886-9970  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School 79:45 a;m:  Morning Worship'-11 am.  Evening iService 7:00 p.m.  Wed., Bible Study & Prayer  7777V;"      7:30 p-m:��� v.v;  Fri:;  Family Night Service  ��� :.::'yy):y;,tey.\.B..-��-y^:  "���Z--:-  gi^ :-,-y  Gower Point Road  ������-���. 886-2660..v;  Sunday Sch66l,^10vi_.in.7 7  Morning Worship, 11 a _m.  WITH CHOIR AND SPECIALS  EVENING. SERVICE, 7 p.m.  Testimony and Exhortation  :.y.u Tuesday- y Service 7:00  With once a month Special  Evangelistic Service  INSTALLATION of bfficersTof the Sunshine Coast POw-inis cl_-bj wais  ' performed last Thursday by Lieut.43ofv. Gil Young; (left) who  7 instalied John THai^ey  (centre)   as president and; Dart; Wheeler  ���' (right) as past-(president. ;".:. ' 7 ��� ' " ���'/  Editor: I would like, to apologize and retract the allegation  contained in my letter to the :-  editor printed in the'Coast News  Sept. 12, 1968, concerning the  Welcome Cafe.   ���-.77: -yy-.y-y  Mr. and Mrs Alvin Brown, the  proprietors of the cafe have never expelled a Jewish person  from their cafe and the incident  in question , had nothing whatever to dp with any Jewish person. All .those of the Hebrew  faith remain welcome in the  cafe.  I'm glad to take this opportunity, of correcting my error  and of expressing to Mr. and  Mrs. Brown myy.sincere regret  for the distress and embarrassment caused to them by the ^  original report about the Wei- '  come Cafe.  ���Maxwell Hammersmyth.  been completely eradicated.  As,, soon as any information is  obtained it will be passed on  but please in the meantime^ >tfo  not dispose of it but store iri a  safe place if you. do hot wish to  use it.- 7v; --7" '7 '      y ���7-7>;"77'7--7-v  ���J. HindiSmith, Secretary,  Sunshine Coast Environment  Protection Society.  Editor: As a representative of  the society known x as the Sunshine Coast Environment Protection Society, I have been asked on a number of occasions by  members of the public what they  should do with any compound  containing the chemical D.D.T:  which they "want to dispose of,     _.., ���., ��� .���-���_r.--���......   Obviously the garbage dump '^rig^he drivers ^f-th^twO ita-1  Editor:   ,.-:-,-��� v  I would like to clarify for the  public the;- situation regarding  the Sunshine Coaist Skate Club,  as I tnank there.;'is a general  misunderstanding about it. I am  riot a member, but my husband'.  is, so^feel I am quMified as ah  observer of their work .And work  it is ���. make 'ho mistake about  that-!'  -7l7-.;-"-7; . ,7   '������������?[ :  :.>,;'���  These lew men and Twpmen  have unselfishly put many,  many "hours intoithis 7thing,7|iwith  no tangible reward. I spieal. not  only of the 14 hours or more a  week spent with the skating, but  hours spent also on maintaining the skates I know that some  people feel they are lining their  pockets, vbut I know for a fact  that no money has gone to any ���  of them; the only 'exception.be-  nor the septic tank via the toilet are the answer, otherwise  the concentration of the unwanted stuff would be catastrophic, and that is not too  strong a word.  Letters have been written to  both the Institute of Resource  Ecology at the University of  B.C. and also to Cyril She-ford  regarding this, matter but so far  no replies have been received.  I have no doubt that satisfactory answers will be. received  but until such time as these are  , it is suggested by S.C.EjPjS.  that anything containing D-D.T.  should be put in a safe place at,,  home and kept until it has been  decided which is the best way  to dispose of it.  Now that the province of On-  . tario has taken the step of banning the use of this chemical  completely, it is quite likely the  others will follow suit and although the federal government  seems to be dragging its feet  somewhat, B.C. has already put  controls on various pesticides  and herbicides and this at least  ���is a step in Ibe right direction.  Many countries have already  recognized the dangers of this  substance and the use of it has  Greene Court  folk honored  The Church of His Presence,  Redroofs.-built, seven years ago  celebrated its Harvest Festival,  Sept. 28 and all the inhabitants  of Greene court were .transported to the church for this service;  Joe Gregson was the oldest  'having.- passed 93 years of age  last August. Mr. McAllister was  next with the age of 93 approaching. Joe received a golden  chrysanthemum boutonhiere.and  Mr. McAllister a rbronze one.  Buttonholes were provided by  Mrs. Ernie White of Redroofs  which ^proved quite popular.  These -.were presented by .Louis  Hansen who shared th. title of  honor with a member from No. 1  'pottage:   "'. ''���'"...,.'.'' ���';/'' .'  PASSPORT PHOTOS  at the Coast News  tion wagpnswho have.transported  the ��� skates   and   equipment  and Jiave received gas mileage-  when they are on skate business; r  The idea evolved over the lack  of activities in the district fbr  '���.  the  children; after the  failure  due to public apathy to get anything going such as a "recreation;  centre or a swimming-pool. This 7  small group decided that the on- '.��  ly way to get something going ���  was, to do it privately, and several of them stuck their neck 7  out to  finance the skates  and  equipment������'"at! a   cost of thousands   of   dollars,   without   any,  thought   of ^personal   financial  gain. .- v.v,, ���:.-��� .-.7 '...7../7V'-':. ,v7.-   -y:  All profits have gone towards n,  rent for the gym which is $8  per hour arid paying for the  equipment, and it will be about  six months more before' it is  paid for. At a meeting of the  club held in my home recently,  I heard them planning that when  .this happens, profits will, be  banked towards the building of-  a recreation centre.  I know that in. some quarters  it is felt that the skating is ruin- .y  ing the'floor in the gym. This y{-  is not truer These skates, bought;  at a cost of $43 each, all have  eurathane wheels and are guaranteed not to damage any floor.7  True, skating does raise a _ust,<7  but the club does tlie best it can  with this situation by sweeping  the floor before they start and:  after they finish/ Certainly it is ;  not doing ais much damage as r  the public dances and meetings  -_e_d there.: 7  In any case, in a.district with-,  out   a   community   centre,   the  gymnasium has to be used and 7  should be. When we start putt-, w  ing a gym floor ahead of our  children, ^ there    is something  :wrong!,_7:;.7;'7;,.7..;-.7v: ;.;7::.. .. /  The club has" just been informed that their skating hours will'  be curtailedi perhaps eventually stopped altogether. To quote!'  from   the   letter,  sent  after  a;  committee meeting of the school^  board,   "It   appears  from   the'  discussion that there will be an  eventual phasing out of this activity".    ; \.';.,';":''.,' .;7",  The schools are yours; Is this;  what you want ?  Vivian Chamberlin  Coast News,7 Oct.  8, 1969.       5  Pollution laws  are  brWillisfoh  This is the first of three articles by the Honourable  Ray Wiiiston, Minister of  Lapds, Forests, and Water  Resources, on the subject  of pollution control in the  ��� province's expanding pulp  and paper industry.  The present Pollution Control  Act specifically states that no;  pers on shall dis charge sewage  or other waste materials on, in,  or under any land or into any  waters without a permit from  the. Director. The Director in  this case is the director of the  pollution control branch _of the  Water Resources Service. Any  person contravening this section  of the act is liable, on summary  conviction, to a fine not exceeding $1,000 or to imprisonment  for a term not exceeding three  months, or to both; and if the  offence is of a continuing nature,  to a fine not exceeding $500 a  day for each the offence is continued. '  Furthermore, the Act provides  for suspension of the rights of  the. holder of a permit if conditions of the permit are not met.  Suspension obviously could put  an effective halt to an industry's, operations and is evidence  that the regulations have real  teeth Jin them.  Fortunately, we have ample  evidence of good faith on the  part of the pulp and paper industry in (Striving for adequatfei  pollution control and, as a further encouragement to the industry's endeavors in this field,;  the government has provided for  tax concessions involving lands  and improvements used in ef-;  fecting control and abatement  of pollution by pulp and paper  ' mills;     >;       .' .-.        7���77.77., .;.--��� ,  In enforcing its pollution con-v  trol legislation, the ^government  is f aced7 with some^specific con-  siderations.  'To begin with. ? the administrators of pollution control reg-  . ulations recognize that manufac-1  ture of pulp and paper requires  wood , water and chemicals as  .raw materials. Of these raw materials, less than 50 percent of  the wood< becomes a final product and, essentially, all the  water used in the process is expended to sewer, together with  residual amounts of lost chemicals. 7  However, to achieve maximum prevention, the government has adopted the attitude  that maximum effort should be -  made by the mills towards containment and recovery of wastes  at source.  This ih-plant waste control is  a basic condition to the concept  of successfuL overall pollution  control in the pulp mill and is  one of the examples of effective  waste management.  The multiple re-use of process  waters and waste prevention \  practices are-, encouraged to  minimize the toxic and pollu-  tional loads to the receiving  waters. Benefits to the pulp  mills through this re-use are  the recovery of heat', fibre and  chemicals, as well as a reduction in costs for water supply  and waste treatment facilities.  A   CROSSING   HINT  The law provides that where a  vehicle is slowing down or stop-  eped at: a crosswalk or at an intersection to.permit a pedestrian  to cross the highway, no driver  of another vehicle approaching  from the rear shall overtake  and pass .the vehicle which is  slowing down or stopped. Too  many pedestrian accidents are  occuring where Vehicles are pass  ing a vehicle stopped at a crosswalk. .'"������'.  SHARE YOUR  GOOD HEALTH  BE A BLOOD DONOR  Au^l.aries to It Maryf W^M  HOURS  10 a.m. ��� JL p.m., Thursday  10 a.m. rr- 3 p.m., Saturday  until further notice  Festivities Catered for Fully  - Waiting - Washing-up  (no housework)  Dates already booked ��� ^ec. 21 to Jan, 4  Phone 885-9328 before 9 a.m. only  and ask fbrDelicious Doro.hy  A disciple of the. Galloping Gourniet  .50% of profits go to  Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens Housing Society  for further development In 1970  Retarded Children's Association  General Meeting  Thursday, Oct. 16 - 7:30 p.m.  Room 102, ELPHINSTONE HIGH SCHOOL  Here's a gift package that will be remembered Ions  after the Christmas season: a year's subscription:to  Beautiful British Columbia magazine p/us a full-color  1970 calendar-diary. You can give both for just $2 -  the regular price of the magazine subscription alone.  We announce your gift with a greeting signed In your  name and the current Winter issue of Beautiful '  British Columbia. The 1970 Spring, Summer and  Fall issues will be mailed as published.  This offer applies only to new and renewal subscriptions purchased for $2 and commencing wit'  the Winter, 1969 issue. 7^  Order Your Subscription  from Coast News  NAME  ADDRESS   ;YOUiR NAME ������______ .__-__.  -��__������������������]--.���-*-���-*---_��������������-������*���-���-���-���* ���������������-*���' Roberts Creek News  Survey examines labor costs  (By MADGE NEWMAN)  Many passers by of Orange  Road corner have questoned the  origin of the maple trees there.  The site was that Of the former  East Roberts Creek School  which was built aibout 1019. According to Mrs. Peter Edmunds,  the school board imported the  trees from Ontario in 1927. They  have been a source of beauty  and enjoyment ever since.  The Roberts Creek Auxiliary to  St. Mary's Hospital will hold its  regular meeting on October 6  because of the Thanksgiving  day holiday.  Miss Helen Shea, of Vancouver, is the guest of Mrs. Helen  Galliford.  Mrs. Rita Judson, here from  Edmonton for the first time in  23 years, is visiting Mr. and  Mrs. R. L. Black.  Mrs. W. F_ Clark, Mrs. A.  Crawford, Mrs. C. Hilchie, of  Roberts Creek, Mrs. Rose Luoma, of Campbell River, and  Mrs. M. McDuff, of Vancouver,  have made up a party for a bus  tour to Reno and will leave Vancouver on Oct. 4 for a week.  Mrs. M. Southwell has returned from ah' e'njoyable trip to  Europe where she visited her  native Austria after many  years absence and also her son  who lives in England.  Jakie and Elma Duprey, of  Montreal, are presently visiting  Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smythe, for-  For Real Estate on the  Sunshine Coast  K. CROSBY  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons".'��� 886-2481  merly of that city and now residents of New Westminster. All  are at the.Smythe summer home  here until after the Thanksgiving Day holiday.  -Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Quigley,  Roberts Creek, were in Vancouver on September 11th to attend  a reception when thier daughter received her BSc degree in  Rehabilitation of medicine.  This s the first Rehab Class to  graduate from, UBC. Mrs. Fosbery was awarded an OES  scholarship in 1967, and was a  graduate in Elphinstone School.  Tourism  Pork prices  may weaken  October food outlook by 4he  Food Advisory Services, Canada  Department of Agriculture, Ottawa:  Beef: Prices can be expected  to show little change.  Pork: Prices may weaken  somewhat wdth increased supplies.  Eggs: Supplies will increase hut  prices will be seasonally high.  Poultry Meat: Supplies of broil  er chicken will be plentiful,  prices may be lower. Turkeys  of all weights will be in ade  quate supply at firm to possibly  higher prices.  Apples:   Heavy supplies, with  weakening prices.  Pears: A large crop and lower prices are in prospect.  Table grapes and Cranberries:  Supplies will be heavy in the  East, with lower prices.  Western supplies will be lighter  and prices stronger.  , Potatoes: Larger supplies are  expected with weaker prices.  Onions: Supplies lighter with  stronger prices:  Cauliflower, Brussel Sprouts,  Rutabagas, Pumpkin and Squash  In plentiful supply at seasonally  low prices.  r        AN INDIAN CURSE?  An Indian curse follows Fertile according to an old legend  It was invoked when a white,  man married an Indian girl to  learn the location of coal deposits, then abandoned her. In 1902  a mine disaster killed 127 men.  Strikes arid fires plagued the  community for "the next six  years; then it burned to the  ground,   killing  nine  residents.  A survey of 1968 labor costs,  conductedyearly in 1969 covered  a sample of manufacturers with  20 Or more employees.  The survey, designed to produce estimates of selected laboir  costs by major industry groups  for salaried employees and v  wage earners, was conducted  jointly by the Dominion Bureau  of Statistics and the Canada  Department of Labor.  According to preliminary re-  sults.employers in: manufacturing' paid an  average ��f/$l,_63  per -.employee as supplemental  pay in' 1968. This^ amount" represented 18.4"per cent of the'total  of the labor cost items selected  for study,' which averaged  $6,873 per "employee in 1968.  Supplemental   pay represents  the total of employer expenditures covered in excess of basic  or straight time pay for in-plant -  time. A total  of $341 per em  ployee was paid by employers  into private, benefit plans or  funds. Vacation-pay at, $298 per  employee was-the largest single cost item'.  AN   ANT   STOPPER  Spranke salti on kitchen floors,  (not   too   much),   counter   tops,  along  baseboards   and  corners  of counter bases,  if you want  to stop those ants.  Baton Lessons  Register now  for lessons from  PAT MURYN  N.B.T.A. Champion Twirler  Phone 886-2767  w  M/T CONSTRUCTION  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  '. on the Sunshine  Coast   y:  Custom Home Builders  Phone 886-7495  Write Box 709,  Gibsons, B.C:  COAST DIRECTORY  CANADIAN PROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2_85  PENINSULA DRIVING SCHOOL  Try the New Toyota  Fully Automatic Dual  Controlled  Serving   Port Mellon  to  Halfmoon Bay  Phone  886-2401  OPTQllETRlST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS  WI^NESDAY  FOR APPQINTMENTi  88(Wffl_8  VILLAGE STORE  GIBSONS  Phone 886-7460  Always a fresh stock o.  Groceries, Meats, Confectionery  SHOP FROM 10 to 10  7 DAYS A WEEK  HANSEN'S TRANSFER Ltd.  Serving  the  Sunshine Coasi  General Freight from  Vancouver to all points  Heavy Hauling'  Furniture Moving    Y  Warehouses: Gibsons 886-2172  Sechelt 885-2118  Budget-priced  FRIGIDAIRE  Jet Action  Washer!  ^priced  FRIGIDAIRE  Flowing Heat  7  Model waasn  ��� Soaks out dirt and  stains automatically!  ��� Patented Deep Action  Agitator clean, deep!  ��� Jet-simple mechanism!  ��� Jet-Away lint removal!  ��� Jet Spin leaves wash  extra light!  5  $27495  YEAR PROTECTION PLAN  ...AT MO DIM CMMMKI  Model TDEASN  ��� 2-cycIe Timer lets you set  exact drying minutes!  ��� No-stoop lint screen  is right on the door!  ��� Gentle Flowing Heat  pampers your fabrics!  ��� Porcelain Enamel drum  won't snag delicates!  ��� DPC means  Durable Press Cafe!  5  $17495  YCAR PROTECTION PLAN  -...at m  A FREE PORTABLE CLOTHES HAMPER, vinyl & chrome  on wheels, with the/washer  A beautiful ELECTRIC BI-AI^KET FREE with the dryer  G.M.A.C. FINANCING  EARL'S AGENCIES  Phone SS43-O600 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  VERNON & SON BULLDOZING  LAND  CLEARING  LOGGING EXCAVATING  ROAD BUILDING  Free Estimates  Service and Satisfaction  Guaranteed  Phone 886-2887  SUNSHINE COAST SERYICE ltd.  Wilson Creek  Phone 885-9466  Auto  Glass Replacement  a Specialty  COLLISION REPAIRS  '4-Hour Towing ��� Ph. 886-2811  Laies;  Equipment for  Frame & Wheel Alignment  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast. Highway  Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Plants  Landscaping  HONUS ON $10 ORDER  Phone 886-2684 ,  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE Ltd.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas, Diesel Repairs, Welding  EVINRUDE SALES  O.M.C. Parts and Service  Phone 886-7411  MARINE TRANSMISSION  SERYICE  Paul Drake Ud.  Repairs  and Sales  BORG  WARNER,   PARAGON  CAPITOL  Try us for used parts   ,  Gibsons, 886-2929  HADDOCKS CABANA MARINA  All Electric "Cabins  Boat Rentals  Launching  Ramp  MERCURY OUTBOARD  Sales & Service  Marine Ways .-4; Repairs  ���Madeira   Park   ~ Ph,   883-2248  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES  Everything for your -building  7.���-������';     . v. ���.' needs  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2283  #  0CEAMSIDE FURNITURE  & UBINET SHOP  Custom built cabinetry for  home and office  KITCHEN SPECIALISTS  R. BIRKIN  Phone 886-2551  Beach Ave., Roberts: .Creek  WANT SOMETHING DONE!  You'll find Hie help you need  in foe directory  _���_-���---------���_-------���-_______________���_������______���___-���__������_____������������_���_______--__--���  MOBIIi B0m  Finish your own boat and save $  Fibreglass hulls from 8' to 19'  and canoes  Factory to you sales  Phone 987-8781, or write  MOBILE BOATS, 138 West 1st  North Vancouver, B.C.  PORTABLE  Phone 886-7042  Serving the Sunshine Coast  MORRISON ELECTRIC  Now Serving  the Sunshine Coast  ��� with -.'-"/j  Quality Wiring  Phone 886-2690  C* S SALES  For all your heating  reqiilrements /"*'  Agents -., for  ROCKGAS PROPANE  Also Oil Installations  J   Free Estimates   v<  FURNITURE  Phone 885-9713  SEASIDE PLUMBING  FREE ESTIMATES  A COMPLETE PLUMBING  SHOP ON WHEELS  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES & SERVICE  Hot Water Hearing  Building & Alterations  Davis Bay Rd., R.R.1,  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2116  NEVENS RADIO &  DEALER  FOR  PHILIPS  ZENITH  FLEEIW00D  RCA VICTOR  SALES & SERVICE  To all Makes  Phone 886-2280  TV  PARKINSON'S HEATING Lid.  Gibsons  ESSC ML FURNACE  N   Down Payment ��� Bank Int.  Ten Years to Pay  Complete line of Appliances  .  for Free Estimates call 886-2728  TASHIAJHOP  Ladies ��� Mens ��� Childrens  Wear ��� Yard Goods ��� Wool  and Staples ��� Bedding  Linens  Dial 885-9331 Sechelt. B.C.  SICOTTE BULLDOZING Lid.  ��� ROAD  ��� LAND  ��� ROAD  GRADING  CLEARING  BUILDING  yy y:    Phone 880-2357  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION &  MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used Refrigerators for Sale  Phone 886-2231  From t a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  LAND SURVEYING  ROY 6, WAGENAAR  SURVEYS  1525 Robsohs  St.  Vancouver 5 Ph. 681-9142  Zenith 6430  Sechelt 885-2332  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE Lid.  Machine Shop  17,;-- Arc:& Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating  Marine Ways  Automotive & Marine Repairs  ���' Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721  Res.   886-995. ��� 8��6-9326  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER Ltd.  Household Moving & Storage  Complete Packing  Packing Materials for Sale  Member Allied Van Lines  Phone 886-2664 ��� R.R.1 Gibsons  Phone 886-2808  TWIN CREEK LUMBO.  & BUILDING SUPPLIES Ltd.  Everything for your building  needs  Free Estimates  Mileage is Our Business  at  Gibsons SHELL Service  ��� Top   Quality   Shell   products '  ��� Lubrication and Oil  Changes  ��� Complete Motor Tuneup  ��� Complete Brake Service  ��� Tire Sales & Service  ��� Muffler Repairs  ��� ��� General Maintenance  ��� Complete    Auto    Accessories -  ��� All Work by Experienced Personnel  ��� Automobile  Assoc.   Emergency Service  24-HOUR TOWING SERVICE  GIBSONS SHELL SERVICE  Phone 886-2572  Emergency 886-9390  EXPERT REPAIRS  '���\,:'���;;.'-"/.to .;���'; ;.���;;'  ��� automatic washers  ��� automatic dryers  ��� DISHWASHERS  Factory Trained on all Makes  also.:.  VACUUM CLEANERS  NUTS   &   BOI/TS  Ph 886-2838    '    |  PENINSULA PLUMBING  (Formerly Rogers Plumbing)  -v>i�� Arbeit ffighway/&/F__tt Rd.  -ALES & SERVICE  Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  Phone 886-9533 y?  SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER PARK  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway  Roomy Parking, Plenty    '/  .      /of Water  Large Recreation Area  Bus Passes Park Site  .     Phone 886-9g26  BO^IEB  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Phone  883-2412 or 883-2265  JOHN'S WOODWORKING  SHOP  All types of cabinets  SHOWROOM  Old  Telephone Building  Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons  Phone 886-2671  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  _TD.  SCOWS   ���   LOGS  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone -8S-9425   SIM ELECTRIC Ud.  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2062 Coast. News, JOc- 8,4969;,    \7    AHD ��  ~~ -    c API*/  (or Indian bands  with cdjunciis  Indian Affairs Minister'Jean  Chretien announced in  Ottawa  that the government will make  an organizational and; operating  grant to national arid provincial  Indian associations and will provide funds to band councils to  enable them to provide support  to these asWciations for the next  several years. Grants this year  could total'$300,000.  Grants to provincial associ-,  ations will be $1 per capita for  organizational and - operating  purposes and ,will be over and  above accountable funds supplied to meet the costs of specific services and. programs provided by the associations. Specific support for consultation  meetings will also be provided  under   the   new arrangements.  A grant of 25c per capita for  all registered" Indian people in  Canada has been made to the  National Indian Brotherhood.  This year these start-up funds  will be sent directly to associations that have not already received funds for similar purposes from other federal departments or agencies. An advance  of the grants is to be paid immediately, with the balance to  be paid on receipt of reasonable  assurances that the particular  associations have the requisite  support.  In British Columbia, where  there.are a number of associations, ithe department wil invite  the presidents of existing associations to meet with representatives of the consultation and  negotiation team to discuss the  best means of establishing the  the amount each is entitled to  receive    under   -the'   program.  Straits basin  MAVERICK ��� FALCON ��� FAIRLANE ��� MUSTANG ��� T-BIRDS  Heat control room /fcy room  )���<?;*."-('*  Building, enlarging or remodeling your home calls for careful pre-planning ito assure long  term satisfaction. Sometimes  it means choosing a new heating  system and for many this is a  first-time. Or secondJ-ime experience.  Many people today'are choosing electric heating as the system they consider will be modern for years to come. They  like room- by -room temperature control for one thing -' a  thermostat in every room which  means they can dial the degree  of comfort they want for that  particular area.  They may, for example, want  the kitchen thermostat set lower than the living room, the bath  room set higher. Individual  room temperature control is a  convenience that appeals to  many and well worth looking  into when deciding  upon your  new heating system,  Some people like the fact that  only with electric heat can; you  mix systems if you wish. For  example, you and your heating  contractor may decide that a  forced warm air system? would  be best for living areas because  it allows plenty of air circulation to maintain a fresh "atmosphere even when large groups  of people are gathered.  You may decide that you  would like individual room temperature control in bedrooms, :  so you ��� will choose basebard,  floor drop-ins or wall units.;/  Even if one type,of equipment  is chosen as the central system  - either forced warm air or hy-  . dronic - it could well be that  an extra heater would be useful  in certain areas: an infra-red  electric heater in Dad's workshop; wall panel in the bathroom ; baseboard units in a  basement bedroom. Whatever  the heating system, electric  heaters are the best answer  for hard-ito-iheat areas . where  extra warmth may be needed  from time to time. .  There's a lot to think about  when choosing a new heating  systems and you will want to  have all the facts before you  decide. Talk it over, or simply ask foirfthe free B.C. booklet, from the B.C. Hydro office  Guide To Electric Heating.  developing area   Ontario trip  General developement of the  Georgia Straits basin would involve the Sunshine Coast Regional district, Charles Gooding,  secretary reported to the Regional board meeting last Thursday night. The' matter came up  when a letter was readfrom the  Vanvouver Island Municipal association urging the regional Dis  trict to give consideration to.  membership in that organization  Regional board members decided to seek further information  on the subject as it could be  something that would have to  be watched.  WANTED  Used furniture or what  have'yon  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  AL'S USED FURNITURE  Gibsons ��� 886-28121  While vacationing in Ontario  Mrs. Frank Hay and Mrs. William Meuller of Gibsons were  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ian  Sutherland, ' Mr. Hay's sister  and her husband and Mr. Hay's  aunt, Miss Rodger, all of Brampton.  They visited Niagara Falls  and the world's largest minatur-  araa of Canadian landmarks.  It is called Canadia and spans  11 acres taking in such as the  Parliament buildings, Casa Lorna, Dominion Observatory and  a model in operation of the Wetland canal. They visited Mrs.  Hay's sister and husband Mr.  and Mrs. Michael Neville in the  Kirkland lake area. Good weather favored them throughout  the (trip.  KIMBERLLY S.A. NAME  The original -mineral fiind at  Kimberley, was made in 1892 on  North Star Hill. Four years later the original Sullivan development began. During the  South African War the town was  named after the city in that  country. ���  What to do wi.h/wiri(_^s in -  a home; is a troublosonie pro%,  lem faced by every homemaker  at one time" or another.  Many are the wives who have  moved their families into new  dwellings with adequate window space only to wonder if it  was worth this trouble because  of the worry about hew dr_i_.es  and curtains. Iri such a situation,. a good imagination teamed  with versatile cotton fabrics  can solve most problems.  One of the latest window treat  ments used by interior designers  As the   use   of   vertical   blinds  *ln /cotton v made-; ��� with Tontine  : shad_ cloth. The blinds add linear   definition  while  providing  light and privacy control;  ;7 Decorator cushions always add  the extra domph to a room and  what better way to dress up a  home! For uniqueness purchase  or make colour <K>-ordinaitd  cushions in lush cotton velvet,  create your own design by adding cotton lace, rick rack,. cotton balls, or embroidered trim.  Simple to make-lovely to look at.  HOWE SOUND 5. W 15 CENT STORE  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9852  For All Your SEW1-NG Nli-EDS| SIMPLICT^  D. 6. DOUGLAS VARIflY & PAINTS  McCaU's -Patterns, Laces, I^mnants & Singer Supplies  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons ���- Ph. 886-2615  iimk mam  FOR YOUR YARDGOODS ���"Sechelt ��� Ph. .85-9331  MAY'S SEWIHG CENTRE  Yardgoods, Drapery, Simplicity J Patterns, White Machines  Phone 885-2313  OILMORFS  VWMOT  SEWING NEEDS, BUTTERICK PATTERNS-HSechelti Ph. 885-9343  C0i  1  I  to  I  <  Z  i_*  ��  s  i  VI! f80FES5IOKAI V.  Call Collect  Bus. 266-7111  Res. 278-0874  For Personal- Service  E. E.  (MICKEY) COT:  Brown Bros. Motors  5690 Granville St.  Vancouver 13, B.C  ALSO A-l SELECTED USED. CARS  Saturday Matinee Club  Tickets for 12 shows paid in (advance (only $5.00  Will qualify for draw automatically  Otherwise pay 50c at time of show, (minimum HO shows out ��f  12 to qualify for draw  PURPOSE v  1. To bring iback THE FAMILY to the Theatre.  2. To bring back to the; Theatre, entertainment for the  whole Family.  3. To promote a healthier attitude and approach to movie going.  RULES. / /:, }/;. ;  1. To at all times consider the person sitting beside, in  front and behind you, that you should do nothing to in-  <; terffere with his or her comfort or enjoyment of the  show. .  2. To be polite and courteous and respect the property  of others as; you would have, them resipect youirs.  MOTTO  To enjoy life by helping others enjoy theirs.  THE WINNER of the draw will receive a boys or girls BIKE.  Suppliedby Mr. R. Maliett, Aldersprings Rd., Gibsons. "  THE DRAW wiU take place during the last of the series of  twelve matinees. On that day you will hand in your member-.  ship card at the box office in' order to enter the draw.  SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION, should there be insufficient  response to cover operating costs after the third week. Money  for the balance of shows paid for in advance will be refunded andv 1bedr^ caiicell^ i ������      ''<<****.&..y-^^y^-������''���  Thursday, Friday Oct 9,10  ^/f;;:^  STOCK CAR RACING  > 7   ���   Tom Kirk v.: Ray Stricklyn  7. In Color  Saturday, Monday, Tuesday  8 p.m.  Matihce, Saturday, Oct. 11  72 p.m.    ���  '-���>r'-'>' \-':y    and  DISNEYLAND AFTER DARK  In Color,,from Disney  Sunday Midnight  -. ,.' .;%���"-.." -HiPwiBi^show-f:.-:..-  THE ALL NEW  KINO KQNG'S ESCAPE  ���    plUS .-...-.���  Jl^CWi  ; Both in Color  Out approx. 3^15 a.m.  Oct. 11- 13, 14  Oct 12  COAST NEWS WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  PHONE 886-2622  LUCKY DOLLAR STORE  STORE HOURS  announces the Specials oi.op|lyers will begin on  Wednesday of each week and continue through Saturday  Saturday  9 a.m. fo 6 p.m.  9 a.m, to 6 p.m.  9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Guide officials meet at Powell River  The Sunshine Coast Division  of the Giirl Guides of Canada  met at St. David's Anglican  Church,     Powell    River,    with  Commissioner   Betty   Allen   of  Roberts    Creek    presiding the  Powell    River    News   reports.  The meeting ���.'began with  ac-  ATRIP  for 2  TO  EXPO 70  Full details next week  Gibsons Hardware  MARSHALL WELLS STORE  tivities planned by the trainers,  Betty Allen, blue guider.trainer;  Margaret .Woodhead of Texada,  brown guider trainer; Margaret  Butler firom Powell River, prospective blue trainer and Eleanor White, prospective brown  trainer from Gibsons.  The trainers  organized three  groups which discussed various  aspects of guiding. To improve  public image of the Girl Guide  Association, it was felt the move;  ment should; take a more actives-  part in  public affairs;   helping  with   official   functions,  "taking  part    in    Remembrance    Day  parades,   etc.,   help7with   park  clean-ups in' the various areas.;  The girls should be in full dress  uniform at functions of official  nature.   . 7 ; -���      y,  As for the guiders, leaders of  the girls, it was felt those who 7  feel pride in being in the movement, should show more .en.hu:>  siasm for the work. A local association    coffee   group;   good  newspaper coverage through the  local public relations officers, or"  a good black and white picture  of the Guides participating does  wonders  "for   piiblic   .relationsT"  Guiders   interjected   here   that  when  a new   uniform   was  designed that it be    made of the  easier wash and wear fabrics.  It was decided that the lack  of communication between mothers and guiders was fane reason*  for low membership. In order to.  keep the Girl Guides and brownr  ies active in the community; the  adults must be strongly organ-  DINE MMd DANCE  S M O R 0 A S B OR D  FRIDAY, OCTOBER I J, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.  ". . " :-   -'"���-' *-' '''' '--���'.    '    '~7&''7y'y '        '  "���'  "���   ' ���������'''.  Please Phone early for Reservations ��� 885-2270  ized to plan and, keep' the packs  and  companies, active. ;  A meeting of mothers and  Guides and Brownies, a phoning  committee for membership, coffee parties, father and daughter  wiener roasts," an involvement  committee to project public image by, keeping the Guides active in community affairs encour  agement to new members .to take  "part������don't leave a willing la:  dy with nothing to do���were all  7"part of the answers. ,;r  The secretary, Agnes I_aboii_te"  read the   minutes   of   the   last  meeting,.   held' ioti Sechelt    last  September. Treasurer, Fay Ward  gave the treasurer's report  Dorothy Stockwell, commissioner of Hunichin district,. reported  that there were three Brownie  groups and one Guide group in  the Sechelt area. Margaret Wise  had a Guide company in Pender  Harbour    and    she    has .since  moved to Texada. 'A; i-lather and  daughter    banquet lv wasv   held. ,  Church parade was held at Se-  chelt.  Brownies enjoyed a day  to Stanley Park ahd pack holidays were held at Sechelt and  Wilson Creek. Guiders >use their  god-mother at local association  meetings as , go-between so that  guiders do not have too many  meetings to attend. A spring tea  and a used book sale are a way  of financing  this  district. Mrs.  Stockwell,  who is music supervisor for the division, included  her report in her commissioner's  report.   She  attended an   adult  music ������ camp at Tsoona.  Three  good   Brownie   singing   games  were learned. Good Guide songs  and Brownie  songs are available.  A commissioner's report by  Marg Wheeler of / Elphinstone  district, Gibsons area, revealed  it has one Sea Ranger group,  12 guide; companies and four  Brownie Packs. Events during .  the year included: a bake sale,  a Christmas party, an annual  Thinking Day Service, and an  InternationaiTea. The Air Rangers changed to Sea Rangers during? the year. Two Gold Cord  Guides, Carol -Olson and Fran  Finlayson, received their cords  at government house. Rangers  attended deep freeze^there were  Brownie Pack holidays and eight .  Guides attended ; camp.  A report was received on training from Brown guider .trainer,  Marg Woodhead. there was a  day's training in the north end  of the division last September  with an afternoon for those who  missed. In May, she attended  Wilson Creek to give training  assisted by' Eleanor White.  She  A N N Q^^E^R^;:  We take pleasure in announcing the immediate construction of our new quarters which  will house a prescription pharmacy, next door  to the new Gibsons Medical Clinic.  Due to our inability to negotiate a lease, we  are under court order to give vacant possession of  our Sunnycrest Plaza Store.  NG  operation and locations of the Drug  Stores af Gibsons and Sechelt remain unchanged.  SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE  >  Kruse Drug Stores Ltd  Sechelt  885-2238  Gibsons  886-2234  Dependability ��� Integrity ��� Personal Service  E & M BOWLADROME  High scores for the week:  Mavis Stanley 693 (2-1),, Dorothy .Alderson 2&1, Freeman Reynolds 693, Frank Nevens 274.  Ladies Tues. Morn.: Bonnie  McConnell 590, Melody Henry  600, Evelyn. Prest 530 (211),  Irene Jewitt 509 (210), Hazel  Wright 528 (213), Phyllis Hoops  533 (211)1, Vera F_rr 562 (240),  Pat Comeau 612 (226, 221), Dorothy Alder son 609 (261). :  Gibsons A*. Tues.. Freeman  Reynolds 693 (250, _35), Frank  Nevens 668 (274)^ Bill McGivern  623, Mavis Stanley 693 (261, 226)  ArtHOlden 662 (234, 228), Ann  Thompson 220, Red Day 231,  Jan Peterson 234, Sylvia Bingley 231.  Teachers, Wed.: John Epp 608  Sandra Morrison 2&L, Alan Crawford 245. Jim Williamson 231,  Frank Nevens 648 (231, 210),  Colleen Husby 625 (224, 226),  Dave Hopkin 621 (244, 246).  Thurs. Night: Evelyn Prest  658 (236)v Frank Nevens 665 (222  244), Taffy Greig 647 (264), Mavis Stanley 609 (239), Ruth Beacon 230, Hugh Inglis 220; John  Graeme Winn 246, Michael Hanson 231, Danny Girard) 322 (158,  164) .Ricky Blakeman -290 (169),  David Wilson 202, Pat McConnell 221,7 Cheryl Penfold 274,  Teresa Wilson 233, Alastair Irvine 257, Ian Mckenzie 257,  Paul Scott 343 (168, 175). r  Barries 220.,7 Dorothy Alderson  223, Peter Mouzakis 249.  Juniors (2 jgames): John Volen 411 (208, 203), Bruce Green  7344 7 (23L3),; Leonard Green 266,  Brian Evans 247 (166), Jim Olson 320 i_3), Brad Quarry 235,  Gerry    McConnell    299    (159),  _ 8       Coast News, Oct.  8,  1969.  attended     the  Guiders  Conference./-  Blue trainer, Betty Allen, stated that eight blue trainings had  been held in the course of the  -year.   Marg   Butler   and   Judy.  Baldwin had assisted with-raining at ��� wiSsoris Creek. No program J^'was  received.  History book report was given  by Lenore Inglis.; The districts  asked that it;be available ori  loan for Jmpofitant district functions. '"' ;-';    ���'���:       7',>7  $v-*w'4...  THE A-FRAME  The specifications which architect Roger Kemble was  asked to meet in designing  this economical A-frame  cabin wire as follows; it  must be big enough for four  to six people; the materials  must be transportable by  canoe for construction on an  isolated site; and two men  must be able to build it in  less than one week.  The A-frame cabin meets all  these demands���and more���  with ingenuity and style, yet  the project still remains well  Within the capabilities of the  skilled do-it-yourselfer.  The steeply pitched roof  walls make this an ideal cabin for areas of heavy snowfall and the architect's generous use of glass overcomes  that closed-in feeling that  many compact cabins create.  Western Red Cedar decking  and shakes give the structure, its handsome appearance and excellent insulation  ���and cedar retains its good  looks with a minimum of  maintenance.  THE "A FRAME-" PLAN  Fully detailed plans for building the A-frame cabin can be  obtained free of charge from:  Council of the Forest  Industries of British  Columbia,  Dept. P,  1477 West Pender Street  Vancouver 5, B_C.  Supplies are limited.  FOR PR0PERTY SEE  EWART McMYNHtPITY  1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248

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