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Array Provincial Library,  Victoria,   B*  C.  SERVING   THE  GROWING   SUNSHINE   COAST  Published at Gibsons,  B.C.  Phone 886-2622  Volume 22  Number 37., October 1,1969.  10c per copy  11 homes  in  Mobile home ruling  upheld by board  , Eleven family. ��� homes ' were  constructed Or under construction in Gibsons v during the first  nine months of 1969, Clerk Dai-  vid Johnston reported to Gibsons  council at Tuesday night's meeting- -.;':.-'     ������/'":'  These 11 homes cost close to  $200,000 out of a nine month total of $371,100. .As a result of  the village boundary extension  the building permit for Elphinstone school is included. This  adds $135,425 to the amount, involved in building permits.  Gibsons municipal' council  headed by Mayor Wally Peterson accepted the federal government wharf, lease and will as .  soon as possible have the various signs posted to outline the  limits of use by the public^of  wharf facilities.  A meeting will be held shortly  of council, the wharfinger, B.- R.  Thorburn, and federal government .officials to iron out any  problems that.may arise.-The  take over, date ��� on the lease is  Septals, 1969.  "-.'-������.::. .V.   '  Mayor Peterson reported, on  the {presentation oft the Znotin..  painting to the village as a com- :  munity   effort.   Stari   Trueman     .       _  made ' the presentation. /The?' with*a> superstructure either-of  names of. those: who donated tor cement or wood based on code  wards the .purchase of the pic-r. requirements and the others^ii.-  ture^are!; oh the: 4>ack ;6f Uh^ , yolyirig:,cemeiit walls: with #bn-  paihti-ig.V The imayor: said . t__atv: crete: spread footings ;or. footings  the  varktoi  In the event the blast does  take place in the Aleutians the  the area civil defence official,  Wes. B. Hodgson has issued  the following advice:  In  case of noticeable  earthquake movement ��� don't panic.  The ^majamum   violence   of a _  Ti3 7*s"fibclc' IV* usually  j|fe in ten seconds of the first trem-  "    or.   Most  casualties''Tin7-earths",  quakes   have   been   caused   by  falling  tiles  and/ masonry  and'  far more debris falls in streets  than inside buildings.  Remain indoors, the advice  from Mr. Hodgson continues and  take advantage of the safest  available areas under desks,  tables or benches in doorways,  corridors or against walls. Stay  away from.glass and. under  sky lights": ���' '....,'������'  If out of doors move away  from buildings to areas free of  falling wires or walls. The main  thing is do not panic;   -    ���  The action of the planning  , committee of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District board in the  Drane . mobile home complaint  in Davis Bay area was upheld  by board directors at last Thursday night's meeting.  The- issue concerned a foundation which was to go underneath  a mobile home. The , planning  committee maintained that the  foundation must be in. accord  with the provincial government  regulation for mobile homes  which in turn cites the National  Building; ..Code, requirements as  its basis for issuing such permits. .;��� ''. /' 7/'  ;��� Under the* national .code there  are. three methods to use, one  calling forr a cement foundation  consideration will be given to  clearing timber away from the  immediate vicinity.   .: -  :'  A   request  by ' Harold  Aubin  representing  the  Wilson Creek  Community Association, that Regional   board  members   attend  community club meetings, to:explain board operations resulted  in the directors  agreeing that  something should be done along  this line.; At the'same time-Mr.  Aubin was informed that members   of   the   community a club.  would  be -welcomed   at boards  meetings.    \-.       T  '        -."  |. 1  A request from the Sunshine :'  Coast   Environment   Protection  Society .for. directors to attend  a   society   meeting  to   explain .'.  gravel developments ended with :  an   arrangement- that, one.7:6?."  more directors would attendee-  next society meeting.   . .   -    - T.;  I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Firth,.-Sek,-..  f More than 100 children in  ,7 Gibsons Elementary school mar-  Tjphed out of the old school build-  : .ing on Friday morning last week  : r:When unexplainable smoke seep-  -ed into classrooms resulting in  7/a fire alarm being turned in.  It took" firemen a good 15 minutes to locate the cause of the  smoke which came from an accumulation on the furnace filters  .(Principal George Cooper com-  . mended the youngsters and teachers for the disciplined inari-  iner in which they vacated the  ; building.   Damage   was   slight.  kWARD  "-y Tenders were, awarded for  construction of a water system  -from Davis Bay to Roberts  Creek at last Thursday night's  meeting of the Regional District  board:      ...  .;, The   tender  for   construction  Typrk was ..awarded, H. B., Goh-  chelt,, inquiring about the pol^g^ctii-g Ltd.of Sunrey ;tb,;cpst  President Richard Nixon,  The White House T  Washington, D.C.,, U.S.A;  Dear Sir: We wish to express  the strongest possible; protest  about the United States intended nuclear explosion in the Aleutians next week. We are concerned about the possible repercussions in the form of earth-  . quakes and pollution from radiation, v     ��� ...���;������ -���:;  v-  ��������� In -particular we resent ���'.the  seeming insistence of your government to go ahead with .this  experiment without regard - t$f  the concern expressed by other  countries which will be more directly affected by any untoward  results of the blast thahf mainland USA with the exception of  Alaska where, we- understand;  strong protests are also being  ipdgedttCL.noTayaii., V+Z'y-."��� '���  "^V^vWOuW^  tfiat; the reisuits ofthese" sortsTOf '  experimentsTcab l-^eiarjjreach^  clear testing and its pollution  of the. atmosphere, with radioactive materials.  As young marrieds taking a  stroll in west Texas in .1945 we  saw the sky light up from the  first A-bomb 'explosion in New  Mexico. By a strange coincidence I had just returned from  service with the American' Air  Force in Amchitfca Island'; In  1960 we met a lOvely. young Japanese woman, one of the victims  of'the bomb. She had lost her  entire family, and;herself -bore  ugly scars on her arms and legs  She ��� had yb&h &  the eblLuitryside tocher ;hOitie in  Hiroshima ^^-^  wavs^|oij^d:-^7^777;:7 ���������;���;���:���;. H'v1?';  In the 1950s, as young parents  wei ei-duredSthe' insecurities of  our ��� children 7who* vwheii >put  through atpinic drills. at7 school  in the U.S., were trained to: hide  under their desks, cpyerT their  face ^d^ha_^v^hjs_ happened  as  museum building  through burning at the Regional  garbage. dump iii Gibsons area,  circuihstaneesy the matter; was..  Outside the board's jurisdiction.  dance Oct. 18  -Gibsons recent, Sea Cavalcade,  while: ^considered a great success by all concerned, did not  do" as -well as was hoped finan-  cially.T* The committee has arranged, a, dance to raise money,  to cover the deficit,.for October  18,' with the co-operation,-of the  school board, who have donated  the use. of, Elphinstone school,  auditorium. The Western Rhythm, a popular group fxom.Van-  couver/'will be playing, and the  committee promises a good time  for. all. Tickets are available  from members of - the-Firemen,  Legion,T K i n s ni e n, ,-Kiwaiiis,  Chamber of Commerce, Rod and.  Gun, Squarenaders,. Athletic Association, and. Timber Trail Riding Club:  stores  offer  , A"1 meeting reported.Iast week  by the Coast News concerning  Monday closing in Gibsons area  was called for those merchants  who hadwiot made up their  minds    about   Monday.: closing.  Food stores, had already decided that it was more suitable,  for them to close Mondays instead of Wednesdays. One reason is that there is no movement of food by truck on Mondays and secondly that the Wednesday holiday does not allow for the best distribution in  the store for food sales from  Thursday and over the week  end. There is also the trend of  having most national holidays  on a Monday which gives labor,  back-to-back holidays.   ,*  Those merchants who have  not made up their minds about  Monday closing plan v further  discussiohs^to see if there" cain .  be some form of' co-operation  amongst all merchants:; v   ���"���'..  \ In the hope of protecting watersheds and runoff areas in Regional^ . District forest areas,  members of the Regional District board decided at the board  meeting Thursday night to explore, the situation based on information they now have available through correspondence  with.gpverment officials.  Deploring the situation in Lions Bay. area recently when  heavy runoff created serious  flooding problems as the result  of heavy timber cutting at higher levels, Regional board members believed they had through  correspondence during the last  couple of  years a  base from  ��� which to'work out the problem  of timber cutting in watershed  areas.  Board members also noted  that the provincial parks department was establishing a considerable number of new parks in  the coastal area but having got  the land set aside was doing  nothing about improving them  for public use including those  on the Sunshine Coast.  Board members also noted  that a considerable number of  applications for land on Nelson  Island in West Lake area had  been advertised., In view of the  fact the board's zoning regulations ave not yet complete it is  expected the . board; will urge,  caution on part of the provincial  lands, department in .granting  such applications, before the Regional board, has its zoning completed. What, the board is concerned with. generally is .public,  access to waterfront facilities.  An application, for- water  lease in Garden. Bay area when  examined closely caused board  members to consider the application more deeply with the result that it was turned over to  the planning commitee for consideration and it was feared  that if the application, was al-.  lowed it would create difficulties  in access to other waterfront  properties.  . Two applications for Skook-  umchuck land on the north side  were also passed over. to ��� the  planning committee in view of  an earlier rejection of application for land in the same general area. '._.'.���:���'  Mayor Wally Peterson, Gibsons representative on the Regional, board offered the suggestion that waterfront leases  should be issued on yearly basis only. The Nelson Island  leases were reported to be chiefly on the waterfront of West  Lake and were being < applied  for in names of three or four  families of the Pender Harbor  area.  Vancouver, toTcost!$245,212.  The low tender on construction  work, submitted by A. J. Barr  of Victoria, was, withdrawn and  the water\committee decided to  return the company's bond owing to the nature of the. error  that had been made. \  The need.for a truck for the  waterworks, superintendent Gordon Dixon, was discussed, and  passed-on to the water committee to act on.  considei^^'the SiM-ei_i_^v^  individual :cq^  consent of their neighbors  . Yours truly, A. R. West,  Sunshine   Co-ist   Environment  Protection Society.      v  fire help  ���Gambier Island, reisidents  want a volunteer fire brigade  and asked the Regional board  for?help. The Regional board has  suggested that first 4be provincial fire marshal should be approached for advice as to the  type of service, required.  In the meantime the board's  secretary will ascertain the assessment values of the area to  be covered. The request arises  from a fire which occurred early in the summer.  And fhe rains came!  Very little rain fell on the Sunshine Coast during the first two  weeks of September. From then on it really rained in earnest. In  one week alone from the 16th to the 22nd total rainfall was enough  to beat all existing records for the month of September, as indicated in the September statistics.     ,  Sept. 69  Normal  Extreme  Total Rainfall  -   ������1*"  2.97"  :    9.16" (69)  .82    (65)  Days with rain ���.  14  6  14        <69)  Hig&estTemperattire (10th)  . :74  77  84        (63)  Lowest Temperature; ;(15th)  40  4i '.  35        (61)  Mean Temperature  56  56  62        (63)  Total precipitation from .January 1 to September!-30, 1969 is  37.22 inches.; Normal for this period is 36.09 inc-ies.  Regional District board member Director Frank West reporting to the. Regional board on  the union of B.C. Municipalities'  convention revealed that in conversation with an official of the  hospital division of the health  department, he learned that hospital authorities were showing  a tendency for smaller clinics  in areas remote from established  hospital services.  This he suspected could result  In Pender Harbor obtaining the  type of (first aid clinic it was  seeking. However there was nothing official about it so Pender  Harbor would have to wait and  see.  PARCEL RATES UP  Parcel post rates for overseas  destinations have all increased,  information supplied by the post  office reveals. The increase is  dated to start Oct. 1. It is also  announced that the air mail  parcel post rate has been abolished; All such parcels now go  first class mail.   ..   ,  .���..; ���; ������,���.-.'  Editor: My family and I have  felt a deep concern about the  impending underground .ratpmic;  test on Amchitka Island. Last  night we sent the following.telegram to President Richard Nixon of the United States:    -  "As American citizens living  in Canada we feel a double responsibility to protest the proposed atomic tests scheduled for  Thursday in the Western' Aleutians. The fact that the two-gov-  ernhients have issued protests  should be reason enough to call  off such tests, let alone the  chance of endangering human  life and property around the Pacific Rim. It is one thing, to be  God1, and quite another;to play  God. We urge you to call off  the tests."     ,  We are much more concerned  about the threat to human life,  but know from experience that  property is equally if not more  important to the U.S. government. Therefore we gave them  equal billing in the telegram.  For more than- 20 years we  have been protesting, along with,  millions of  other humans,  nu-  year.  -; -We '������' protested    against    the  bomb by joining the PTA, voting, and making with placards  T Wtat Twas;a]^ cause  in the early 1950s became the  majority, cause by -the early  1960s; resulting finally in the  test Jban treaty.       T  But the bomb got bigger, and  went underground: One nation,  outside the treaty, discovered  how to make the bomb and continued testing.  The U.S. government keeps  telling the worldv what a boon  atomic energy is. We have yet  to see a boon that offsets its  evils. Fear arid death in monstrous proportion were introduced at its birth, and continue to  haunt the human race. The horrendous example of Nagasaki  and Hiroshima, like the ghost of  MacBeth, remain with us. The  burned- 'bodies, the blobs of human' flesh, the skeleton of school  buildings with the silent echo  of the voices of atomized children���air are etched on our  memory.  . No, we do not want a repeat,  nor dp we wish to hear a doctor  pronounce a death sentence on  our grandchildren '������ "radiatioh  sickness," "leukemia," because  we 'sat on our hands1 or "were  afraid to act. .  Frank Fuller,  Doris Fuller.  .Don't forget the Boy Scout  bottle drive in aid of Brothers  Memorial Park. It:- takes place  Saturday. First Gibsons Scouts  and Wolf Cubs have decided to  make their first bottle drive this  season for the benefit of improvement for all youngsters of  , the park grounds:     :   -  Those desiring^ to take their  bottles to the Scouts can do so  by leaving them at the Super-  Valu store, Sunnycrest Plaza, or  they can call Mr. ,Ozzie Hincks  at 886-9392 and arrangements  will be made for the pickup.  'This drive has been- organizedby the committee in^charge  of development of the park. The  committee consists of a dozen  community-minded citizens who  have  the  park's: future, under  consideration      .  The board of trustees of Brothers Memorial Park gathered  this committee together to help  in the development of the park.  The board has indicated its appreciation of the work by the  Kiwanis club and Gibsons Athletic Association for their continuing efforts and hope their con  full support will also be given  the newly formed development  board. It is also hoped that all  users of the park will assist  financially and with labor in  further development.   T  The committee is composed of  12 members, Jim" Drummond,  Bill Scott, Gene Yabionski, Dick  Gaines, Len Wray, Larry La-  bonte,Terry Connor, Fred Holland, Bill Wright, Ozzie Hincks,  Lome Wolverton and Gil Musgrove.   ...        ;.-,-7. ,;  ., _       Coast News,  Oct.  1, 1969.  - Higl* be<ef for some years?  PASSPORT PHOTOS  .at;the Recast .News  Serving the Mt. Elphinstone district (population 6,000) of the  Sunshine Coast and the Sechelt Peninsula (population 3,000).  Phone 886-2622       P.0, 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.  John Law's ghost loose?  The numbers racket appears to be holding its own in today's  monetary situation as revealed by continued demands for more and  more in order to get less and less. Consider the days of the 50 cent  haircut on a $200 a month and then think of today's $2.50 haircut  on a $400 plus monthly salary.  Paul Einzig, famous writer on economics in a book on How  Money is Managed, recalls the John Law experiment in France  between 1718 and 1720 which provided an instance of the changing  value of currency which we today are undergoing. His idea was to  strengthen confidence in his paper money by^ trying to discredit  gold and silver coins. He sought to achieve this by frequent changes in the value of coins in terms of paper money, as a contrast with  the so-called stability of the nominal value of his notes. Between  September 1719 and December 1720 he changed' the.value of gold  coins on 28 occasions and that of silver 'coins on 35, in an effort  to induce holders to rid themselves of such so-called unstable currency and seek safety in converting their coins into his so-called  stable notes. The disastrous failure of the experiment shows that  monetary policy is helpless in the face of economic forces brought  about by large scale inflation, the Einzig excerpt concludes.  Canada has debased its coinage in cheapening the metal,content and is now offering a nine-year double your money savings  bond which replaces the last year's 13-year double your money  gimmick.  Any effort to equate the federal economic council's forecast of  a wonderful world in 1975 with the double-your-money-in-nine-years  type of bond is difficult. Perhaps we are missing the point. If so  will someone please explain. We are open to any sound advice on  the situation. By 1975 we may be talking about a $2.50 haircut in  the same vein that we noygtelkto^  need the trunk of our hi|^ (&^  inflated wages in order to take them h  Ob leaving Britain   v  With laggard step and backward glance  We entered old Vic Station.  The morn was dull, 'twas pur last chance  To see that grande olde nation.  At Gatwick Airport we detrained  Amidst its throng of mortals.    .  But 'twas not long ere we emplaned,  Too quick, they closed the pottals.  The motors roared, we were airborne,  Our plane rose like a thrush. ,  Aloft, through window, we, forlorn,  Watch^ England, quite ahush.  Its country side with all its grace,  Its rivers slow and limpid,  Passed far too quickly by that space,  That land, 'neath clouds, soon hid_  It Reined hot long 'til we were home  And family all embraced.  We'll long remember our fair roam  Our course, on maps, well traced.  _B_.Iv.___.  COAST NEWS  5-10-20 YEARS AGO  FIVE  YEARS   AGO  Mrs. Anne Burns, school board  secretary-treasurer since 1944  resigned but decided to remain  until a successor could be obtained  A page one request for citizens to make suggestions about  a Centennial project for the  official Centenial committee  was published in (the Coast  News.  Sechelts's St. Mary's Hospital auxilary presented hospital  officials with a cheque to cover  the cost of lights for the surgical operating robin.  TEN YEARS AGO  Ken Watson's new $60,000  foodland store was officially  opened on October 2. Advertised  hours were weekdays until 6  and Fridays until 9 p.m..  A Gibsons United Church ser  vice was tape recorded for the  benefit of Mr. and Mrs. Spoel  from Holland whose daughter  is the wife of H. J. Bereridregt.  They took the tape recording  home with them.  Nine night school courses are  offered under'the adult education program. All will be handled  at Elphinstone  school.  20  YEARS   AGO  Parent-Teacher associations  were quite active in the area  with Pender Harbor, Sechelt,  Gibsons and Roberts Creek organizations holding first meetings of the fall season.  Cecil C. Lawrence advertised  a 24 hours taxi service to start  on Oct. 1.  A report .jthat a forest fire  had broken ~ but in vicinity of  Lamb's camp turned out to be  a series of slash burnings.  Beef prices will probably remain at their" present high level  for- some years to come',Taccord-  ing  to the Bank  of Montreal.  In its September BusdnesSjReT  view the B of M surveyslxrends  in Canadian meat prices through  out the 1960's. The underlying  market 'Situation for all types  of meat can' be explained in  terms of the relative ability of  supply to respond to, and adjust  to, rapidly rising demand, the  bank says. In the future, poultry  and pork production should keep  pace with demand but beef production may not.  In the three month period,  from April to June of this year,  the index of average beef prices rose nearly 20 percent, more  than it had in the previous three  years. The climax was a 12.7  percent increased in June: 7;  The sixties were prosperous  for most Canadians, says the B  of M. Between 1960 arid 1968,  personal disposable income \on  a per capita basis rose 54 percent, from $1,408 to $2,168. With  the increase in earnings came  an increase in meat consumption.   -    ' .7.7 7 :^y'i  From 1960 to 1968, per capital  beef consumption rose 24 percent, poultry consumption 43 per  cent - probably because chicken remains among the cheapest  of meats. Pork consumption  varies from year to year but  has remained in the same general range.  While beef consumption has  increased at a rate of 4.2 percent per year since I960, cattle  numbers increased annually up  to 1966 and then declined at a  rate of one percent per year  up to, the present time.  The cattle industry is a continental market and both Canadian  and American demand affect the  situatbin. In the U.S. too,demand  is growing rapidly in relation to  supply. At present, 3 percent  of the Canadian herd is exported to the U.S. but this could  change substantially if supply  pr demand in either country  veers sharply from the norm.  Beef is not a product which  is readily conductive to rapid  supply increases. One reason is  biological: the gestation period  is nine months and iriiulti-bifths  are virtuaily nbn'-existant. Secondly, the cattle are usually  two years old before they're  available for slaughter br/7 for  . breeding. T  Neither hog nor poultry production has experienced the  same difficulty in adjusting to  demand. Over the decade, hog  numbers have been increasing  at an average rate of approximately 1.5 percent per year. . .  The industry has Undergone important structual changes in recent years . . . The emergence  of large production units has  resulted in economies of scale.  The poultry industry is most  flexible in adapting supply to  demand. Birds are marketable  within months of hatching and  improved technology has increased efficiency of the industry.  Chicken production rose 43 percent frona 1961 to 1968, meeting  demand and keeping prices  down.    Government'  estimates  Pbitilof law  (By a Practicing Lawyer)  Copyright applied for  Q. How is a jury in a criminal  case chosen at the trial and who  may the lawyers object to?  'A. It is the duty of the sheriff  to have sufficiant persons present at the commencement :o| the  ������ itri^tfttSin ^__om--f^jOTy^sJic^i^  ,' chosem^^Either^  (through Ms lawyer, the defeiicl  counsel)    or   the   government  (tthrpuh   their,   lawyer,    crown  counsel) ; may firstly challenge  thie ^entirearray - that is all the  potential jurors present. To do  this, they must assert.that the  sheriff failed in his duty on one  or more of three    grounds  or  challenges: partiality, fraud, or  wilful    misconduct in selecting  ,the jury 'panel'.' The judge tries  this matter, and either directs  that  they have  been  properly  chosen, or dismisses the paneU  and in this case ia new panel,  would have to be chosen. This  procedure is very rare.  The panel is then called according to how their names appear on cards shaken up in a  box by the sheriff. As members  of the panel come forward they  may be challenged or accepted  by defence counsel. The accused  has 20, 12 or 4 peremptory challenges. Defence counsel may exercise up to 20 challenges if the  charge is a capital one - that is,  one for which the accused may  be sentenced to death; up to 12  challenges if the charge is one  for which the accused could be  sentenced to five or more years  of iiniprisoment, arid up to 4 challenges in all other caseS.A peremptory challenge is one for  which no reason need be given.  Crown cpunsel has jfour per-  emtory challenges^ He also has  %^ a^fnu-hber of "st^ndlasides"  ||^hat,is heo-bay order any;mem-  u;T j&rpf the panel accepted by defence counsel to^^  These members wait and may  be called forward again after  all the meihbers Tof the panel  have either been challenged or  accepted by both sides. In this  case crown counsel is stuck with  them.  Iri addition1 to the above, either  side is entitled to any number of challenges '_or Cause".  The grounds pr"causes"allowed  ���; are: 1. Name not on panel, 2.  Member not .indifferent to the  case. 3. Member haying been  convicted of an offence for  which he was sentenced to death  or to term of imprisonment of  oyer 12 months, 4. Member beting an alien, or,5. A member being physically unable to perform  his duties. There is a procedure  -then followed for trying the case  whether the challenges for cause  are valid or not.  After the jurors are chosen  the trial commences and the accused is, it is to be hoped, in  the hands of a jury of his peers-  "Twelve good men and true".  Memos to remember!  Bill Forbes, editor af Canadian Printer and publisher, h^s  just wrapped up the Great American Memo Contest.and here  are some front runners: r  How would you like to receive  this contender first thing on Ja  blue Monday morning? "Don't  worry unduly' about this, -but  how much seniority do you have,  : not counting tomorrow? See me  regarding this today." have  some strong coffee.      -    -     ;  Here's-a goody from the head  of the maintenance staff in j.a  hospital: The new elevator at-  7 the west end of the building  will be.placed in service starting Jan. 31.This unit is complete  and operable except for the for  the car floor. " Going d-o-w-n-n  Syntax, or lack of it, gives some  memos their punch, like these  two: ''Please furnish this office  with a list of all employees over  50 years of age, broken down  by sex"; and "Attached is the  compensation cheque from the  XYZ insurance Co. for our em-  ployee "Mr. Blank, who was in  jured per your instructions in  your letter of July 8."  r Brings to mind a memo once  posted in a, large publishing  house: "Who do not have their  own .secretaries may take advantage of the girls in the steno  pool." And heres a final one  from what has to be the world's  most security-minded junior executive: "please let this serve  as a final reminder of my retirement on Thursday, Nov. 14  2011. Please forward any forms  to ine.,so that I may complete  them and finish cleaning out my  deskaind files."  BARBEAU HONORED  The highest mountain in the  Canadian Arctic, a peak rising  majestically 8,760 feet over the  Polar landscape of Ellesmere  Island has been named after the  late Dr. Marius Barbeau, the  anthropologist whose researches  into Indian and Eskimo cultures  pfeieryedT them from oblivion  and gained him ^teinatipnal  acclaim.    ��� "~ ���'���' -^"--vTT^ ���  for 1980 suggest that current  :demand trends .will continue.  : 7 On the supply side, neither  poultry nor pork production  should encounter undue difficulties in keeping pace with forecast demand. Cattle on the other hand will have to reverse  the downward trend that has  persisted since 1966 and increase at a rate of threb percent per annum the B of M  states.  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  ���w^^*%^^_���w%#^^��^*%^����#*-">*��^^-^*^^��"i^^-^-^^^^��^<^^��^->^^^^��*��*��  N. Richard McKibbin  A PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE  ��MMMWWWMWWMAmwWW  iving  Si Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hall  SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5  TIME -��� 5 p.m.* <7 p.m.  Adults $1.50; Children under 12 /75c  Tickets available at both Drug Stores in Gibsons  QUACKS STEAL TIME  RDM YOUR LIFE  Medical quackery is still a jmulti-million dollar business and ft Is growing.-all the time. Every  day they steal, not only money but jmore Importantly, precious * treatment time from the misguided sufferer. (Most frequently these quacks  prey upon'people with Arthritis; Rheumatism,  skin,disorders, obesity and cancer.  Always' consult with licensed physicians, dentists and pharmacists. "When tin doubt check with  your local medical society or public health authorities. Beware of the promised (quick-cure joat  medical gadget, unless your physician approves.  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 STORES LTD.  Rae W. Kruse  Pharmaceutical Chemists & Druggists  Sechelt  885-2238  Gibsons.  886-2234  Dependability ��� Integrity ����� Personal Service  STORE HOURS ��� 9 a.m. fo 6 p.m. ��� FRIDAY 9 a.m. Io 9 p.m.  OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  THANKSGIVING  WEEKEND  SAILINGS  SUNSHINE COAST  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Regular Schedule in Effect Plus  Extra Sailings Oct 10 and Oct 13  LV* HORSESHOE BAY  4:00 pm  6:00 pm  8:00 pm  10:00 pm  For Information phone;    X.  Horseshoe Bay 921-7411  Lv. LANGDALE  3:00 pm  5:00 pm  7:00 pm  9:00 pm  Langdale 886-2372  'i^��^y  BRITISH COLUMBIA  rtKKItv Coast News, Oct., %, .1969.  L  ��. The editor would like to apologize and retract the allegation  contained in the letter of Maxwell Hammersmit-i to the editor  Tprinted in the Coast News, Sep-  teniiber 12, 1968, concerning the  ���Welcome Cafe. Mr. and Mrs.  Alviri iBrown, the proprietors of  the Cafe have never expelled a  Jewish person from their Cafe  and the incident in question had  nothing whatever to do with any  Jewish person. All those of the  Hebrew faith remain welcome  ���in-the Cafe. ;:'"f������]''.. ���'       ���"'-.  We are glad to take this opportunity of correcting our error and of expressing to Mr.  and Mrs. Brown our sincere regret for the distress and embarrassment caused to them by  tlie original report about the  Welcome ��� Cafe.7'7  An actibi. commenced by Mr.  and Mrs. Brown in the Supreme  Court of British rCblumbia  against this newspaper has been  settled on payment of damages  and costs and upon the publication of this retraction and apology." \  giving just solutionis in areas  of Britain's dissolving empire,  .examples, Rhodesia and Nigeria  irid, (b) reestablishJiiig' Britain's  economic viability as a nation.  I would disagree strongly with  the suggestioni that thre is a deplorable   showing   over   there.  J.  Wicklund  Editor:  Editor: My writing is prompted by the contents of an editorial, A liberal point bf view, in  your paper Sept. 3.  I could agree with several  points made in Tthe editorial but  but I was jarred by a reference  to��a deplorable showing of the  Labor gbverment in Britain.  In the first place if one takes  into account the pitiful state of  that land when the labor government assumed ^-pbwer, there  should in fact surely be reasons  tor commending Harold Wilson's  . govCTnniei^Tanidvtl-e iiaition for  keeping head above water ^nd  at this moment showing positive  signs of attaining an even keel  and smoother sailing in its econ-  ��� om^'"couKe..'/TTjT^;''v7'7,';;  ^v^-ie implication^in the referr-'  ei-oevvto a d^  wasjthat the Labor j^vwmeht  had v brought Britain to its unfortunate plight.-y Surely the  pligttt was ^aii: ^__e_utJM^e fronl  ^o^Mstory of iinw^se poUcies  neglect and. even: bad ad-iiinis-  tratioh by a long succession of  Liberal and Conservative ��� gov-  etntrisnts./ .:  Most of all Britain's low estate was the result of two wars  that hied the land and destroyed  h^'.resources at home and  abroad. It would not be profitable Tto try to assess blame for  (HpseTwars. "r." ���' .,.:-^ ,���'.������  The Labor goverment j believe -lias :adflressed itself with  courage and a realistic wisdom  to the two major  concerns (a)  I had the occasion to contact  the " Highway Department in  Gibsons to report a very bad  hole in the roadway at the top  of the ro-id leading down to the  Roberts  Creek wharf.  I phoned Monday afternoon,  made my complaint, and was  informed the matter would be  looked into. To my great surprise, on going to the post office yesterday, the crew arid  truck load of topping, was  there and within a short time  the job  was (Completed.  I would like to say a public,  thank   you,   to   all   concerned.  We are very quick to criticize  but I say hats off to Our Road  maintainancei deparittmenft amd!  their   crews. Thank   you  Grace Cumming, Roberts  Creek.  in  visit ul  "During a recent visit to Gibson^ I was impressed with the  enthusiasm shown in this com"  munity for the,.first annualBrit-  isti Columbia Festival of Sports  scheduled for next spring," said  Don Benson of New Westminster  field representative for the BjC.  Sports Federation;      Tr' T  While in Gibsons,; Mr. ^Benson  was unable to interview; Mayor  Walter Peterson biit was cordial-,  ly received by Municipal Clerk  David Johnston. The -_>ortis of-  fiqi-t-l explained to Mr. Johnston  the concept of the Sports Festival and it is expected that a  committee will be struck to further Gibsons' participation in the  province-wide festival.  Mr. Benson met with, other,  community leaders, including  Frank Hay, who showed real  enthusiasm for the project.;A  focal point of the festival in Gibsons could be the sea cavalcade,  recently staged most? successfully for the first time.  :B.C. Sports Federation > is  working closely with the British  Columbia Department of Travel  Industry in preparation�� for the  first annual: vv^orts: Festival  slated for the period May 16 to  June 1, 1970. The festival^ will  embrace three separate Tweek-  eh_s, two i of them vib^g 1^  ones ��� Canada's "Victoria Day  holiday and the vU;S. Memorial  Day.'. ���.������'.'.:'.���'��� ���������������.-;" "���.:���������'.-���  gibsons ������������;>:.  adui/tmction  The Crying Game by John  Braine.  The Fish Can Sing by Halldor  Laxness.  Footsteps on Old Floors by  Thomas H.. Raddall.  Horse of a Different Color by  Ralph Moody. .  Jefferson Square by Noel B.  Gerson.  The Land God Gave to Cain  by Hammond Innes.  Mrs. 'Arris Goes to Paris by  Paul Gallico.,  '"^My' Friends the Hungry Generation by Jane Duncan.*'-*"'  -Not by the Hair of my Chin-  ny Chin Chin by Sidney Bigman.  The Spy Who. Came in from  the Cold' (Mystery) by John Le  Carre.  ; The Thieves of Tumbutu by  Harris Greene.  ..'���" 'The.', World's Largest C_ieese  by. Christopher cerf (nohfiction)  Old locomotives  magazine item  - A7i^nwto7albu  locomotives'  found in : British  Columbia,  with a  comparative  , look at some of the trains operating   today   in   the   province,  takes up the major part of the  Winter 1969 Issue of Beautiful  British Columbia Magazine, now  7 oh sale.   7  . Otlier  stories  in  the  full-col  our, 48-page magazine published  by    the   department  of travel  ihdustry  describes   the  Fraser  Canyon    arid7   the    Parliment  Buildings in Victoria. An  article about the  Garry Oak by  Adam  F.   Szczawinski,   provincial bota-iist, and the reproduction of a prize-winning photograph f selected by the Professional   -Photographers'  Association of British Coumbia,  complete the issue.  FIESTA WEEK   '���"  The 7 popular Fiesta Week in  Gibsons will be held again this  year, starting Thanksgiving  weekend, Friday Oct. 10,7running  through Oct. 17. All those interested in displaying paintings in  the store windows in Gibsons  coritact Mrs. Kay Wells 886-2621  Another event, in the planning  stage, isbrii-ging from Vancouver a soiigihg group, specializing  in Gilbert arid Sullivan. TTime  and place to be announced later.  OFFICIAL OPENING  Saturday, October 18  Seaview Park Estates  View Lots - Underground Service when complete  Mort^  arbo  DEVELOPERS & BUILDERS LTD.  FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING REQUIREMENTS  Phone 886-7244  I.BIWHTIAL INDUSTRIAL AND MARINE  MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY  LTD.  777 HORNBY ST.  Phone 688-3501  Specialists fn Coastal Properties  SALESMAN: Jack Warn ��� Phones: 886-7244, 886-2681  DOUG'S SPEED QUEEN SERVICE  Specializing in all models of  SPEED QUEEN WASHERS & DRYJERS  FACTORY TRAINED MECHANIC  Phone 886-7244  ON WHISTLER  Trips & accommodation at Alpine Village. Inquire at a rbo  Phone 886-7244  THE SARATOGA BY WESTWOOD  Phone 886-2622  Here is one of 17 beautiful new Westwood  homes designed to beat inflation. Skilful floor-planning  eliminates waste and duplication. No complicated exterior walls. Interior services are ideally located. Built  by Westwood's own component system, these homes  save you time and money yet provide ample space for  entertaining, plenty of privacy and room'for future  expansion. Ranging from 960 to 1352 square feet, they  give wide choice at a price you can afford. Call or  send 250 for portfolio today. You could be in your  own beautiful Westwood home this fall, your home  worries over forever.  YOUR WESTWOOD DEALER:  ARBO DEVELOPERS & BUILDERS,  Marine Drive. Gibsons  Phone 886-7244 4       Coast News, Oct. 1, 1969.      &flSC.  fflR SALE (COHfd)  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  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 not paid  1 week after insertion.  COMING EVENTS  Thurs., Fri.,  Sat.,  Oct. 2, 3, 4  Disney Productions Presents  SMITH  With Glenn. Ford  Nancy Olson,  Dean Jagger  Keenan ,Wynn  Plus Walt Disney's  INCREDIBLE JOURNEY  Both in Color  Matinee Saturday at 2 p,m,  Mon.,, Tues., Wed., Oct. 6, 7, 8  Another Double Feature  I'LL NEVER FORGET WAT'S  'IS NAME        ,   ���  Orson Wells, Oliver Reed  and  Jean Seberg in  BIRDS IN PERU  Bothin Color-  Both RESTRICTED  Oct. 6, Mon., 2 p.m., O.A.P.O.  Social, Health Centre, Gibsons.  Oct 17, Giibsons U.C.W. Fall  Thrift Sale, Christian Education  Hall, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Nov. 15: O.E.S. Fall Bazaar,  Roberts Creek Hall.  IN MEMORIAM  POUEJSEN ���- In memory of  Pete Poulsen who passed away  October 2. 1968.  I will not forget you, nor will  your' memory ever be free of  ; me, For your arms are my home  t And  my arms the circle You  can   never  leave   however  far  you go.  Love you always,  Linoa.  FLORISTS  Flowers  and  Gifts  for all occasions  LissiLand Florists  Giibsons,   886-9345  Sechelt   885-0491  LOST  A multi-colored kitten, answers  to Brindle, on Shaw Road near  Twilight Theatre. , Phone 886-  2098.  HELP WANTED  CABLE TV  Technician or apprentice. Must  be keen' on electronics. Ready  to learn. Energetic and ambitious. High school grad preferred. E_xcellent prospeqts for the  right man. Apply by mail, 1230  96th St., Delta, B.C.  Housekeeper required for older  gentleman, near Langdale. Cof-  fortable modern home. Live in  preferred. Good salary. Local  refertences desired. Reply in  writing to Box 1077, Coast News,  Gibsons.  WORK WAHID  ALTERATIONS  For Dressmaking and Alterations, Phone 886-7432.  Competent typist and steno��� fully experienced, available for  part time work. Phone 886-9331.  Teenager wiill do gardening,  mowing and odd jobs. Phone  .86-2-01.  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 SAKE  14 ft. dozer boat, Crown Chrysler motor; 14 log block; V drive  Phone 886-937-.  Brand new cowhide rug, ideal  for rumpus room, summer camp  or den. $95. Electric hot water  heater $35. Phone 886-2770.  Chesterfield and chair $50. Ph.  886-7003.  Shetland pony, saddle and bridle. Phone 886-2741.  Ricoh 35 mm camera, wide angle lens, f2.4 stop, with leather  carrying case, $30; Chrome high  chair., $8; baby's padded car  seat $6;  Phone 88_-5206.  Cockerels for breeding $2. 2 half  bantam cocks (half R.I.) $1.60.  Phone 886-9898. ,  Trap drum set with marimba,'  trombone, fridge, electric stove,  vacuum,  bed, oil heater, pressure pump, Singer machine. Ph.  886-2762.  Coin Op Drycleaning. 8 lbs. $3.  Fresh corn in quantities for  freezing. G. Charman. 886-9862.  Yamaha electric organ; -48 button accordion; Melodica; Zenith  TV. wringer washer; Firestone  fridge; dinette set, 4 chairs,  white and turquoise; rubber  single mattress; radio, coal oil  heater; platform rocker; garden  sprayer. Mrs. AtriU, Phone 886-  2162.  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 on lawn�� 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. Sechelt.  ���Lawrimowers���  ���Outboards���  ���Chain Saws���  Repaired and Serviced  Authorized Dealer  ���Yamaha Outboards���  ���Lawnboy Mowers���  - ���Homettite Saws*���  ������Sabre Saw Chain���  NUTS & BOLTS  Head of Wharf  886-2838  Coin Op. Drycleaning, Gibsons,  '"wouldbe'veiy^glad to have!your,,  extra clothes hangers.  Wanted to buy or rent, 2nd hand  small cement mixer, complete  with motor. Box 1075, Coast  News. . .  18 of 20 hp. outboard motor, also  small boat steering wheel. Ph.  886-2801.  PETS  Poodles, grooming, clipping.  Years of experience. Telephone  886-2601.  FUELS  FIREPLACE ALDER  Local sales  Vancouver" & area sales 886-2438  after 6 p.m.  CONSTRUCTION  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES  Sechelt. Phone 885-2283  Everything tor your  building needs  BOATS FOR 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.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  For membership of explosive re  quirements contact Wfijo Wiren  selling agent, Howe Sound  Farmers Institute; Reed Road,  Gibsons, 8-6-2014. 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.  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 SALES LTD.  ���.   Gibsons * 8$6-9303  SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTME  BRAND NEW TOYOTA  COROLLA, CORONA  CROWNS  Our Year-end Sale  Now in Progress  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  RAMHILL  MOTORS  TOYOTA ��� RAMBLER  3rd at Lonsdale, N. Van.  OFFICE 988-4161  HOME 988-4266  1056 Chewie four door sedan,  V8, auto, radio, 6 new tires, excellent condition.; Ph. 886-7409,  evenings;..  1908 Ford 3_ ton- truck, new  condition, only 11,000 miles. Fitted with Security Camper. Will  sell separately or as a unit. To  view call 884-53-8.  '59 Olds for sale. Phone 886-  9686.  fORREHT  2 bedroom : furnished house,  Granthams Landing. Phone^ 886-  7003.    7 7  2 bedroom, fully furnished mo->..  bile home, available immediately, Gibsons area. Ph. 886-2.51.  Fully furnished 1 bedroom du-��  plex, elec. heat. Phone 886-9826.  Sunshine   Coast   Trailer   Park,1?  Gibsons. . i:.  1 bedroom   cottage,   Gibsons/  $57.50 per month. Ph. 886-9506.  Granthams, 5 rooms, furnished,,-.  W-w carpet, pkg oil. Couple or  2 ladies. Phone lli2-922-7695.  2  bedroom   waterfront  cottage  and 2 bedroom waterfront side-)  by-side duplex available Oct. 1.  R. W. Vernon,, 886-2887.  1 3 bedroom house, 14 bedroom  house, /Pender Harbour, unfurnished. A Water, power, phone.  885-2314.:        , Y;  2 bedroom furnished cottage,  adults' onJy;< no pets. Oct. 1.  886-2549.      YY  ,  OFFICES 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:       7  BEST ACCOMMODATION     Y  IN GIBSONS  MAPLE  CRESCENT  NEW DELUXE APARTMENT  1, X 3 bedroom apartments vacant now. FREE heat, washig ,  facilities, drapes, blinds, park-Y  ing,    water j    garbage    collec-;  tion.   Colored   appliances   and'  plumbing. Luxury living at low  cost. Phone 886-2905     r  Waterfront mobile home space.  Good beach area. Laundromat  under construction. Bonniebrook  Camp and Trailer Park. The  Vernons. 886-28-7.  7 NEW HOUSE, only, two7years-  old, on 1.5 acres, quiet area but  -  still handy to all amenitias; Two  ; bedrooms, living room and kitchen open plan, nice bathroom.  New stove and fridge go .-with  house. Full price $12,500, on  terms.  Owner anxious to sell,  ^: try your offer. :       ,  .   ��� Y- 886-2481,  LANGDALE       WATERERONT  with development potential for  marina or lodge; plus back view  area for subdivision. About 1000'  waterfront, on two good bays.  Good access potential. AsMi-g  $45,000 on terms.  886-2481  WONDERFUL VIEW from immaculate 3 bedroom home on  Sargent road. Practically new,  features w-w, fireplace in LR,  Sundeck, etc. Vanity bathroom  plus ensuite bathroom in master  BR; Full basement, carport.  Lot size 131' x 131'. Full price  $31,500 on terms.  886-2481 r  ONLY $500 PER ACRE for 19.6  acres on Port Mellon Highway,  with two streams and excellent  view. About 1500' road frontage.  Full price only $9,500 with $2,500  cash. Near sawmill development.  88^2481  MEMBER, MULTIPLE  LISTING SERVICE  LISTINGS  WANTED  Representing Zurich and   7  Western Union Insurance  OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS j  ~ Mr Crosby Mr. White  Eves 886-2908 , -. Eves -886-_935  Eves. 886-2098       Eves 886-2935  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public     ,  CH/mBENGWm  Real Estate & Insurance  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS, B.C. Ph. 886-2481  ���   Y.-.4 ���:��*���..    Y      isbs  Large residential lot. Approx.  125' x 550'. Fronts on paved  road. Near beach. F.P. $3,500.  Middle Point 1161  7   115 feet waterfront, 2.04 acres.  Crown lease. FjP. $3,500.  Roberts Creek Y   1277  Comfortable two bedroom  home. Close to the beach. Over  one acre. D.P. $3,500. Good  terms on balance.  Gibsons 1244  Conveniently located, close to  shopping. Retirement or riewly-  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.' '��� 7"  Call C. R Gathercole  Phone 886-7015.  Sechelt office, Ph.  885^2161  7   Peter Smith,  Phone 8854463.  Member Multiple Listing Services of Vancouver Real Estate  Board.  Roberts Creek  Agencies Ltd.  Realfy & Insurance  '- Gibsons  Gibsons  Box 360  Marine Drive  Sechelt  Box 155  Cowrie St.  WAHT-DTORfflT  Three bedroom home by Regional District Stipt. Contact office, 885-2838 or Box 936, Hope,  B.C.Y 7V77; 7,    7.       ���-���_  NOTICE  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.  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE BEST SELLERS  5. Phone 886-2622   Y  GAI^IER ISLAND --- Water*  ^frontage.; AVz ^acres' with  large naodei^i.^  7; south ���-power arid water  7 t-7 property v nicely>������ treed  with easiy slope; ramp and  float, good safe beach. Attractively/ priced at $32,500.  GIBSONS   ��� Level :2}& Yacres  7 with fully serviced cottage  ^ fronting on highway in commercial    area.-V Full   price  $13,0-0.    v  ���Waterfront, 200 ft. fully  serviced property in new  home, area with spectacular  view, overlooking famous  Salmon Rock. One of the  choicest building 7 sites on  ���the coast. Full price $10,500.  Terms.  GOWER POINT..��� 2Vz acres of  level cleared land on blacktop road. Full price $4,000.  HALFMOON BAY " ��� 5 acres  with creek close to school  and beach. Full price only  $3,500.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� Waterfront.  30 acres suitable for subdivision ��� two bedroom cottage with water and power  on back acreage. Full price  $75,000. Terms.  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Large  waterfront' property with  modern fishing lodge consist  ing of two self-cdhtained  . two bedroom units, each  -������������������ with large bright kitchen  and modern plumbing. Common living room with large  rock fireplace��and7 picture  windows overlooking harbor.  Ample cleared space on property for c_-bins, etc. Full  price $40,000.  Semi^aterfrbht lots ajl fully serviced^ with access to  launching and niborage. Full  ,  price $3,000 to $3,500.  Call Morton Mackay  -:���[    886-9600, eves W6J7088  RN^I^^  :    Gibsons and Burqaltlam  Cabin in the Pines? Here at  Roberts Creek, excellent spring  ���^water;;?^view7^acreage ��� (4V_   of  them), all for $8,500, fruit trees,  driveway and all. :'y  ' Snug two ��� bedroom home with  tremendous views, big garage  and drive, village water, on 1VS  acres, landscaped home area,  all electric heat, H.W., etc.  $5,500 down on $15,500 _4>.  Waterfront Lot, 75 ft., Sechelt  $7,000. -7   '���'���������<'  Waterfront lot, Langdale, $7000  for seclusion plus convenience.  Granthams Landing home with  matching garage and workshop  or guest cottage. One bedroom,  view" living room with big fireplace, convenient kitchen, util.,  and big extra room (could be  bedroom(s)). Terms on $16,500.  New home, full concrete basement all finished, A-oil heat, big  living room with fireplace, large  kitchen with view dining area,  deck, two good sized bedrooms  and vanity bathroom. Cash $26,-  500. Langdale.  5 acre blocks, Roberts Creek  area., $6,000 to $7,000. Terms.  Thriving, lively businesses:  Ask for details.  MEMBER ��� MULTIPLE  ^TINGSERVICE;  EWARf McMYHN REAITY  Notary P'ublic 7  Box 238 Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2248  E. McMynn, 886-2500  Do Wortman, 886-2393  Vince Prewer 886-0359  PROPERTY INVESTMENT  PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS  Put your savings into land in  your own community  We have good holding property  from $1,000 up. See  K A. CROSBY  CHARLES ENGLISH  ;   REAL ESTATE  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons, 886-2481  Waterfront cleared lot in Gibsons, Lot 18, vblocks 22 to 27.  Phone 112-684-3904.        /  View lot for sale, 76' x 265* deep  Centre Gibsons. Phone .186-2861  evenings. __ .������ - :7:/  WATERFRONT  Best oh the Sunshine Coast,  acreage or lots, fully serviced,  fantastic view. Phone 885-9683.  Halfmoon Bay.  EGMONT: Where the fishing  is GOOD! Attractive :3 bdrm.  . home on sunny 70' W-JF lot.  Ideal summer and weekend hideaway. Buy now and enjoy  Thanksgiving weekend fishing  and relaxing.; Call DON TAIT,  8_3-2284. Y: .;'.'  SELMA PMIK: Duplex - unique design ��� some "finishing required. Both suites have good  ocean view. Let us tell you  about this remarkable property.  WILSON CREEK: On level Vs.  acre, close to highway. 3 bdrm  home with carport. $3,500 down  on $11,900 full price.  ROBERTS CREEK: EasUy  cleared 4.6 acres, close to highway, creek crosses back. Only  $4,500 full price.  . TOPS IN VALUE is this very  attractive new home on ' view  lot. 3 bdrms with the master  bdrm ensuite. Eye appeal decor  throughout and many extra features make this home a must to  see. The, price is right and terms  attractive.  GIBSONS: Older 2 bedroom  home, spacious living room with  good view. Close to shopping,  etc. Full price $10,000.  LANGDALE: Veiy good building lot with terrific view of  Howe Sound. Full price $8,800,  terms.  K. BURER REALTY  & Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REA^  777 Hornby St. *>'. 688^501  ������������:' Vancouver  For only $13,800 a 6 bedroom  home on a large lot, one block  from shore. Public road ; to  beach. Good water supply, good  soil. Quiet' retreat. $10,000 required to handled ' ''[ 7 ;  2 bedroom modern, electrically heated home with garage on  VA acre view lot with highway  frontage. Terms on $15,500.  Roberts Creek: Choice of  three lots, one to one and a half  acres,' $2,250 - $2,750. '���  Cottage for young family and  rental cabin on West Sechelt  view property, 130' highway  frontage. 7, Village water. Half  cash on $15,000. Easy terms at  6%~onv bal.  7 Beautiful family home on pro-  tected w-f. A-O steam heat, cabinet kitchen, ww carpet, two  bedrms and full length floored  attic for extra rooms. Concrete  floored garage and workshop.  One acre land. $23,500, terms.  Halfmoon. V  Drop in to Seaview Estates in  Gibsons and see our choice of  view building sites. , 4  1300' waterfront in Pender  Harbour with 40 acres for $80,000  - New homes can be arranged  for as little as $500 down for  approved purchasers.  Salesman, Jack Warn, Phone  886^7244 or 886-2681.  PROPERTY W SALE  Comfortable 'small retirement  > home for couple. Basement, auto  fufnacej ijireplacev new wm.  carpet, drapes, in garden and  wooded area, 9 x 12 greenhouse,  workshop. Try your down payment.   Apply  Box. 1076;  Coast  News. '    7.  :���;.;������ 7  MOBILE HOMES  10 x 52 mobile home. Phone 886-  '2i07;.YY.:Y... Y ' ':-.;; 7-77Y7 ������-,i  WHYiPAY (RENT ' '���  Good selection used" mobile  homes. Easy terms" available.  Pacific Mobile Homes, 2667  Kinigsway, 7 Vancouver. Phone  112-434-0208. Ask for Roy.  Canadian built General Mobile  Homes. Mariyjexciting new mo*  dels; featuring a utility Toom  with' third entrance. Immediate  delivery.' Seven years finance.  Trades': considered. Pacific Mo^  bile Homes; 2667 Kingsway, Van  couve--'Phone 112-434-0208, Ask  for Roy. ion  fight classes  A night school course on navigation and care of boats is due  to start .Oct. 7 at Elphinstone  school in Gibsons ^aiid it will  tie in with the Canadian Power  Squadrojn   educaitiiani  program-i'  Power sq uadrons are organized at all major points hi the  province where power boating  is prominent.  This is the time of year "when  . units of the Canadian Power  Squadron staff, lining up /their  educational programs for the  season. In the lower mainland  area most squadron programs  aire tied in with the night school  adult education activities of various school boards. Enrolment  in the CPS courses will help all  hands  from  novice   _o  expert:  The Canadian Power Squadrons course has done more to  educate Canadian boatmen  than any other program,There  are CPS units,: all across Canada  from Nova Scotia to the' West  Coast of Vancouver island.  The Canadian Power /Squadron is not a yacht club. It's a  national organization dedicated  to increasing safety on the water  through educatiori: In some  ways it's more exclusive than  a club. There are clubs where  the chief requisite for entrance  is.finding the required'fee.  No one cam join the CPS until  the squadrons'Ypiloting course  examinatiohs have been passed.  Qualified people, can (then join  the CPS and become eligible  for advanced courses which are  available only to CPS members.  However its; -hot necessary for  those who pass the course to  join CPS although most successful candidates do.  The eleinentary or piloting  course gives a good grounding  in chart: reading navigation,  safety at sea and boating basics. ; '  VISITED  BY  GIBSONITES  Barry Wood son of Mr. and  Mrs. John Wood, and a.former  constable with the RCMP, now  assaistant ^ma-nager ?iof McLeod .  River ���Tpuf^;Sferv-<��s at Whife-  court, Alaska Highway this sum-  Mr. arid Mrs. Earl Bangley and  mer had unexpected 7 visitors,  Norman Wolansky of Gibsons  area. This information was gathered when his parents? visited  him for/ a two week period.  rm in ii oviib  ASGUCAS  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  8 aim., 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday  Holy Communion  11 a.m., Sunday School  11:15 a.m.j 1st and 3rd, Sundays  Holy Communion  2nd and 5th Sunday, Mattins  4th Sunday, Family Service  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  10 a.m., Smd Sunday  Holy Communion  4th Sunday, Family Service  3 p.m., 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday  Y Evensong  UNITEb  Gibsons United Church  11:15 a.m., Divine Service  7 9:30 a.m., Wilson Creek  2:15 <p.m.v, Roberts Creek  Y YPORT 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.  'Yr^//Y_M_?iOTv.���.Y.'.:;  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  v      Phone 885-9665  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  v      Member P.A.O.C.  886-9970  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday Schbol 9:45 a.m.      y-  Morning Worship 11 a.m.  Evening Service 7:00 p.in.  Wed, Bible Study & Prayer  Y 7:30 p.m.  Fri., Family Night Service  Rev. B. J. With  GLAD THMNGS  Gower Point Road  8864060  Sunday School, 10 a.m.  Morning Worship, 31 A Jan.  WITH CHOIR AND SPECIALS  EVENING SERVICER 7 pja.  Testimony and Exhortation  Tuesday     ^Service 7:00 v  With once a month Spacial  Evangelistic Service  Coast News, Oct.  1, 1969.       5  New tourist  Above is Harvey Leffler Competing in the . senior jumping  competition of the Timber Trails  Riding Club Gymkhana.  Results of t^ie' Timber Trail  Riding Club Gymkhana held  last Sunday were.  Jumping: Debbie; Marsh, Harvey    Leffler,     Diaina    Bergen.  Dress up relay: Peter Christ-  mass, TDarleen Littlejohn, Chess  'Day. 7:,: .     Y-  Barrel race: Kathy White,  Harvey Leffler, Pat White.  Plate spearing: Colleen Husby  Chess   Day,   Harvey :__<eff-er.  Pole bending: Kafihy White,  Tom  McCourt,      Phil  Townley  Keyhole: Tom McCourt; Cordon   McKee,      Gordan   McKee  Bareback relay: Bill Peters,  Diana Bergen, Colleen Husley.  Horsemanship: Lee White,  Harvey Leffler, Diana Bergen,  Debbie'Marsh.  Bareback wrestling: (women)  Pat.. White, Kathy White, Nina  Cristmass. (ihen),. Peter Christ-  mass, Steve Littlejohn,Bill'Peters,  Chess Day;  Balloon busting: Chess Day,  Bill Peters, Pat White.   Y  AT THE Royal Canadian Legion Ladies1 Auxiliary _K>riex meeting,  Monday, in Gibsons Legion Hall, Mrs. F. Clarkson, (right) immediate past zone representative, turned the gavel over.to Mrs. Pat  Schindel, incoming zone representative. Looking on is Mrs. G.  crarke,*pasttJzone representative and president of Gibsons L.A.      *  Measles vaccine available  Live Measles Vaccine for immunization against ' measles  (commonly called 7 day measles) wall be- supplied free of  charge to all children from 12  months of age, to twelve years  of age, '  If your child has not already  had a measles infection or has  not had immunization against  measles, then we urge youto attend any of the speacial clinics  Wed., Oct. 17th from 10 a.m. to  12 noon in Madeira Park Legion  hall; St. Mary's Hospital Sechelt  Wed. Oct. 17 from 2 - 5 p.m.,  Community Health Center, 1474  South Fletcher Road, , Gibsons  on Tues. Oct 21, from 10 a.m. to  5 p.m.  If your child lis under 12  . months of age now, he or she  will not receive the vaccine.  However when they attain the  age of one year they will receive  immunization free of charge by  contacting the locaL Health Unit  for an^appointmentY  The vaccine Will not immunize  against  German measles.     >  Live Measles Vaccine is administered by one injection.  The immunity usually persists  for life.  The vaccine has been shown  to be 99% effective in trials  -with thousands of children, most  will experience no reaction to  the vaccine.  Your child should not receive  vaccine for the following reasons:   ���;..  Sensitivity-to eggs, feather or  chicken protieri. The vaccine is  prepared in chick embryo tissue .culture and children may  experience an allergic reaction  if sensitive to the above; previous , substantiated measles infection; eczema, and children  receiving corticosteroid ined_-  cation.  Vaccination should be deferred  if your child has* received gamma globbin, blood, or plasma  durring the preceding 6 weeks.  Vaccination should be deferred  for 4 - 6 weeks if your child has  recetly had (immunization ^  against poliomyelitis or has had  dren with a fever. If your child  has had a convulsion due to fever please contact your own physician befre comming to the clinic.  Special points about measles  infection: -  In North America, measles  infection is seldom -fatal. However, this virus infection lowers  the resistance of the mucous  membranes to invasion by other"  bacteria and may lead to pneumonia, infection of the sinuses,  or infection of the middle ear.  Although fortunately quite rare,  encephalitis following measles  infection can occur.  Themeasles virus is transmitted directly by droplets spread  by close contact, i.e. coughing,  sneezing, talking etc. Most infections are spread during the  ambulent period and before.the  appearance of the rash.  Children at home and at school  .are the main spreaders. Meas-  ' les is chiefly a disease of under  fives; In Canadian communities  the virus of measles is wide-;;  spred and always present, from  time to time it reaches epidemic  proportion. Y  316 attend  ���"*��������       *    .*������.-  swim classes  Gibsons Athletic association  Which sponsored the 1969 Red  Cross Swimming classes this  summer in Gibsons, Hopkins  Landing arid Roberts Creek report a successful season with  326 pupils enrolled. Of this number 178 earned certificates ranging from non _sw-_n_.mers to  bronze ihedalKons.  The association through Terry  Connor, president, thanks Gib- ���  sons   municipal   council,   Port  Mellon  Community   club.   Hop-y  kins    Cominuhity    association, 7  Kinsmen   club,   Roberts   Creek  Community     association     and  Granthams Bingo club for their  financial help. The mothers who [  helped   with   registrations and  the cleanup of Gibsons beach also   received   the   association's  thanks.  Paul St. Pierre,- Liberal member of eoast-Chilcotin constituency iri the house of commons  and Minister without Portfolio  Hon. Isabel Dawson assured  Mayor Wally Peterson that they  would do all they could to help  the Sunshine Coast in its tourism program.    ������  Mayor Peterson met both political figures at Powell River  last week during a meeting at  which a regional plan to boost  B.C.'s tourist industry was outlined to leaders of 30 municipalities in the southwestern section  of the province.  Called the Mainland - Southwest, the 12,000 square mile region will extend from Lund to  White Rock, east to Boston Bar  in. Fraser Canyon and north "to  Pemberton and Garibaldi region.   ��� ��� ������/������:,  ��� /-.'.���������;���  ������'-������  Alderman Ken Crosby will be  the Gibsons representative on  the 30 municipality setup. He  was asked by Mayor Wally Peterson to. be chairman on behalf of . Gibsons municipality.  Mayor Peterson, who was ac-,  companied by Aid. Gerry Dixon, reported the meeting was  quite useful. The next meeting,  in a month's time, will be held  at Coquitlam.  Mike Overiell, who y was appointed regional co-ordinator for  Mainland-Southwest, said it is  supported by the provincial government and ���-by the Greater  Vancouver Visitors and Convention bureau.  Jim Bensly, general manager  : of the   bureau,   said   the   new  name is designed to attract the  public to an area that has every  variety of interest. ,  Avstylized M in green and blue  with a directiorial arrow is- the  Mainland--^ti_west symbol.  Tourism wi% be BJC.'s greatest revenue producer before the  end ofr4;h�� next decade,; Ovenell  predicted. 7 r  Research Yshowed visitorsy  spend only h_df the time theyy  would normally spend because  * there are fewer opportunities to  , become actively involved in  high revenue-generating activities. '  Discussing the advantages of  a four-season tourist trade.Ove-  nell said July and August are  peak months. Substantial gains  have been made during summer  months arid the peak has now  been reached two months earlier  and will last a month later.  Over the past five years the  spring increase has grown and  more than doubled the over-all  tourist growth. Here the weather is generally with- us and  the potential" for tourist growth  truly exists. %  Winter gains are also encouraging. The sleeping giant of  skiland is beginning to stir and  offers in my view, one of the  best opportunities we have for  providing a year round base to  our visitor industry.' ...  The fall pattern is disappointing. We have odviously not yet  found a way to effectively encourage fall tourism.  Mainland-Southwest, he said,  was designed to encourage a  family of municipalities involving Powell River, Secheit, Gibsons and some 27 or more other  municipalities.  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons ��� 886-28.J7  SATURDAY MAW Oct. 4> 2 p.m.  DISNEY PRODUCTIONS  SMI1JH. with Glen Ford  plus INCREDIBIIJOURKEY  Both in Color  VILLAOE OF GIBSONS  Fire Permits and Sprinkling Resfricffons Cancelled  Water sprinkling restrictions and the need for open lire  permits are cancelled at Midnight; September 130. 1960.  September 29, 1069  David Johnston  Municipal Clerk.  Gibson Girl Beauty Centre  GIBSONS ��� on the Waterfront ��� Ph. 8S6-2120  We care for your hair  Expertly, and with only the finest cuts  ; (that have style)  Perms, Color and Styling  Hairpieces and Wigs  886-2120 Gibsons  DILL McCULLOCH  ^M~tf^^VM^^V**^****^**^^^-^~"^*^-^^^*-^^*^*^*^M^^^^^*^^*-M-^^  Gibsans  Community Sunday School  United Church - Lower Gibsons  Anglican Church ��� Upper Gibsons  Regbffrafion ��� Sunday, Oct 5 at 11 a.m.  .Pee: $1.00 per Child; $2.00 per Family  One parent must accompany the children for registration  Sunday School Teachers Needed  _3^aLLSHiE��kz dabrcvizb  DINE AND> DANCE  SMORGASBORD  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.  Please Phone early for Reservations ��� 885-2270 The Mexican way of life  By SEAN DALY  Standing atop the Temple of  the   Sun   at  Teotihuacan  near  Mexico City, my eyes taking in  the   impressive   dimensions   of  this ancient ceremonial site, I  reflected upon the events of the  past   two  weeks.   By  now  my  northern lily-whiteness had, under the steady gaze of the hot  Mexican sun, yielded to a less  conspicuous    southern    browhi-  ness. It was on the beaches of  Mazatlan, just south of the Tropic of Cancer on the west coast,  that I had begun my full bodily  tain, as well as being initiated in  to  other  interesting  facets   of  [Mexican   life.   Fortunately   for  me, I'd met a fisherman on the  bus from Los Mochis to Mazatlan, who directed me to a casa  de  huespedes  (literally,   house  of hospitality)' which proved to  be a very fine, cheap place to  stay. This man was most informative. As we rolled but on the  highway from Los Mochis, past  fields of sugar cane, corn and  tomatoes,   he  told  me  of  the  coast   and   the  sea   which   he  loves so much. We were interrupted as the driver beeped at  several farm carts weaving erratically across both lanes  of  the road. I learned this man was  a  diesel  mechanic  on   shrimp  trawlers in Mazatlan now. He  had spent most of his 50 or so  years: of life on .the s^a,,; be.it,  fishing  tuna  out of Ehseriada,  . anchovies in Pefui of oil freighters in South America or the east  coast of North America.  Consequently it was the,coastal states such as Sonbra, Nayar-  it and Sinola that he spoke of  most frequently and enthusiastically. He explained the people  of north west Mexico are taller  than those in the mountain  states, Guanajuato," Mexico and  Oaxaca. As to the women, on  the cbast they are dark haired  and blonde, but not brunette, he  said. Overall the women are taller and slimmer and more beautiful, he stated emphatically  and I laughed at his unreserved  enthusiasm. Later in Mazatlan  when I strolled about with him  of a humid, scented evening, he  was wont to point out "nice wct-  mans" to me as they went by.  "He's a-nice woman; that"one,"  he would say, nodding, in her  direction. And I .had to agree,  he was quite right and how nice  it was. that, female beauty was  so well recognized and appreciated .by him. It was just a niqe  natural statement for him to  make.  Reboarding the bus after supper at Culiacan, capital of Sin-  aloa, we were joined by a new  passenger. Clutched in one  hand, a bundle of rods, in the  WANTED  Used furniture or what  have you.  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Al'S USED FURNITURE  Gibsons ��� 886-281-1  Bill  McPhedran  ELECTRICAL CONTRAOOR  Free Estimates  886-7477  LEGAL  THE ESTATE OF  NORMAN BALLINGALL  EASTWOOD  DECEASED  Cash offers to purchase D.L.  4450, 37.24 acres mOre or less  unimproved land and as is, land  only, located on Port Mellon  Road, near Twin Creeks, will-  be received by the executrix up  to October 15, 1060. The highest  or any offer not necessarily accepted. Address offers to the  undersigned, solicitor for the  executrix.  ERIC R. THOMSON,  Hopkins Landing, B.C.  other, a large bone, like a gigantic   dog   bone.   Phony   blue  captain's hat, gaudy shirt over  bermuda .shorts   swelled   with  protruding belly, and a boyish  grin completed the  picture.  A  little commotion while he oversaw  the  safe  stowage  of  his  rifles and general safari- gear.  Seating rhimself he turned' and  tapped iiis cigarette box at me,  asking if he could smoke in sign  language.   He flattered me by  mistaking me for a Mexican. I  probably^ lacked    the    glaring  gringo identification he sought.  When X spoke English he acted  most relieved. Said he had no  idea there was such a cheap (20  pesos) fine bus to Mazatlan, and  he paid 350 pesos to come the  same route in a taxi. When we  arrived in Mazatlan, he couldn't  find his luggage, right away so  he yelled "Stupido!   I call the  policio!" and had the driver call  back to Calican. If he'd waited  patiently like everyone else he  would have received it, in firn,  In  the baggage  claim  department, where it was eventually  found. I heard no apologies. He  called a taxi and the bemused  driver loaded his guns and rods  and took the Great White Hunter home. I had seen my first  fea cara or ugly face;    .  I awoke to the sound of Penny Lane "in my eyes and in my  ears'' with children beating  time to it in the courtyard below. From the hotel roof I visually embraced my first tropical  town: Mazat_anY->AY sun-baked  resort town impressed itseiLf upon me, from the twin yellow  church spires to the palm trees,  to the beckorimgYblue Pacific.  That is, it is a resort town to  me. To the inhabitants it is a  place to live, a shrimp trawling  port and a tomato growing area  My mechanic Yfiiendv Senor  Abbud, who had directed me to  this1 inexpensive hotel (30 pesos)  now called me and said there  was room at the casa de huespedes where he stays. Sos soon  I was in a very friendly household. My room bordered a small,  open-air courtyard filled with  the color, and fragrance of banana, papaya, guana, pear and  avocado trees, plus roses and  daisies.' The rcourtyaid.~ was a  surprise, as from the street one  sees only a' whitewashed wall  broken by an entranceway.  I passed some pleasant days '.  there, getting to know the fam-  ayan$-I_e chara^ .,  ermah-mechanic friend. The patriarch' a retired civil engineer  who had designed the Mazatlan  sea wall, his gentle-faced wife,  two lovely daughters and several grandchildren completed the  family. The father had begun  his career in San Francisco,  where he learned English, then  returned to live in and help  build Mazatlan. Now he was  semi-retired, just running this  * casa he huespedes.  Senor Abbud,  a  young  electrical engineer and I took our  meals just across the street at  the house of a widow. She cooked excellent Mexican food for  us  at a very reasonable price  -.{about $io per week). It was  there that I was introduced to  enchiladas,    gorditas,    tortillas,  frijolesj tacos, carnitas, oporto  wine  and  tequila.  These interesting dishes developed my taste  for Mexican food, though I avoided things with too much chili  in ;them,  to the amusement of  the cook. But chili, which comes  in different varieties, some less  hot, has much .vitamin C. "Too  much   vitamin  C"   said  Senor  Abbud, for emphasis in his imperfect- English. .Without it the  slum   dwellers   around Mexico  City would be less healthy he  said.: For them,  there is little  more  than tortillas  and beans  seven days a week.  The days passed with trips to  Senor Abbud's shrimp plant, to  the beaches and in the courtyard learning Spanish from the  elder daughter, who., I agreed,  was a maesitra7 bonita. On the  way to the shrimp plant Senor  Abbud had shown me a tortilla  factory. The girl workers asked  us "Que quiere?" or what do  yoii want? Senor Abbud replied,  "To see the factory and to see  you." The girls giggled.  At the dock, Senor Abbud  took me below decks in a steel  shrimp trawler to show me a  fish powder machine -��� the type  he overhauls. These machines  grind up the junk fish (sharks,  rays, etc.) and their powder is  used for chicken feed and possi  bly fertilizer. The shrimps, as  big or bigger than our prawns,  are feed into the hatch. But the  shrimps are scarcer and the  season catches are about one-  quarter as big as they were four  or five years ago.  Before I left, Senor Abbud  and I bought some beer while  Carlos, the electrical .engineer,  bought some tequila. We assembled at the widow's place and,  with an abalone salad, began  imbibing.    Tequila    is    taken  straight with lemon squeezed in  it. A bit Of salt is licked off the  back of the hand, chased by the  tequila; the glass drained. Later  we went to a beach dance spot  and listened ,.to marimba music.  One hears its tu-Minig melodies  in the afternoon. Later on, iri  the evening, one can be serenaded by the table-4wanderinig mari-  achi singers and hear such lively tunes as Guadalajara! Guadalajara ! Music is pervasive in  Mexico -���in buses, restaurants,  bars, houses, streets. The people's ears are filled with music.  Such a change for me from the  silent north where one feels utterly alone dnf   a   vast,   miitel  ��� world:   .  The next day, after a fish  (white snapper) lunch in 7 my  honor at the casa de huespedes,  I rushed off to my bus to Guadalajara.  And   so,   through   the  "rear window of the bus, Mazatlan receded in space and time,  though still, uppermost in my  mind. It was  a tiring,  warm,  v and sticky journey in a crowd1-  ���ed bus. Pleasant for a while,  though, sitting beside a bonita  muchacha returning home from  Christmas vacation in Los An-  6       Coast News,, Oct. .1, I960.  - **.     7.    7.7. .y.. '7"..'' .' '.y. ...   ''}.'.  geles. | Which leads me to say  that bus travel can be quite  intimate arid friendly,Yas both  physical and soda-; contact are  promoted. From the state of  Nayarit to Jaliscovwe wound_our  way up the Sierra Madre Occidental,^ slowly gaihirijg a 'foothold until we were on the high  plain. Then we whisked, along  on. the flat to Guadalajara in the  dark. A longer busride brought  me from Guadalajara to Mexico  City. I wass to spend considerable time inspecting this ancient city of the Aztecs.  SUNSHINE COAST DIRECTORY  M/T CONSTRUCTION  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  on the Sunshine Coast  Custom Home Builders  Phone 886-7495  Write Box 709, Gibsons, B.C.  CANADIAN PROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phorie 886-2_85  WANT SOMETHING DONE]  You'll find fhe help vmi  in  PENINSULA DRIVING SCHOOL  Try  the  New  Toyota  Fully Automatic. Dual  Controlled   .  Serving   Port Mellon  to  Halfmoon Bay    v  Phone   886-2401  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS  WEDNESDAY  FOR APTOINTMENTS  880-2248  VILLAGE STORE  GIBSONS  Phone 886-7460  Always a fresh stock ef  Groceries, Meats, Confectionery  SHOP FROM 10 lo 10  ? DATS A WEEK  HANSEN'S TRANSFER Ltd.  Serving the Sunshine Coast  > General Freight from  Vancouver to all points  Heavy Hauling  Furniture Moving  Warehouses: Gibsons 886-2172  Sechelt 885-2118  VERNON & SON BULLDOZING  LAND CLEARING  LOGGING EXCAVATING  . T. ;tnda^ b^^  Free Estimates v  Service ahd Satisfaction  ������'���- ���: Guaranteed  ������   7  Phone 886-2887  SUNSHINE COAST SERVICE Lfd.  Wilson Creek  Phone 885-9466  Auto  Glass Replacement  a Specialty  COLLISION REPAIRS  Mil our Towing ��� Ph. 886-2811  l.aies: Equipment for  Frame & Wheel Alignment  MACK'S MRSEM  Sunshine Coast Highway  Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Plants  Landscaping  ttONUS ON $10 ORDER  Phone 886-2684  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES Lfd.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas, Diesel Repairs, Welding  EVINRUDE SALES  O.M.C. Parts and Service  Phone 886-7411  LAND SURVEYING  ROY 6, WAGENAAR  SURVEYS  1525 Robsons  St.  Vancouver 5 Ph. 681-9142  Zenith 6430  Sechelt 885-2332  MARINE TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  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  yyy Sales & Service  M-iiine Ways--^Repairs   "  Madeira   Park  ��� Ph.   883-2248  GULF BINDING SUPPLIES  Everything for your building  needs  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2283  0CEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  J Custom built cabinetry for  home and office  KITCHEN SPECIALISTS  v R.  BIRKIN  Phone 886-2551  Beach Ave.. Roberts Creek  MOBILE B0AB  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.  KB WELDING  PORTABLE  Phone 886-7042  Serving the Sunshine Coast  MORRISON ELECTRIC  Now Serving  the. Sunshine Coast  with  Quality Wiring  Phone 886-2690  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for  ROCKGAS PROPANE  Also Oil Installations  Free Estimates  FURNITURE  Phone 885-9713  SEASIDE PLUMBING  FREE ESTIMATES  A COMPLETE PLUMBING  SHOP ON WHEELS  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  NEVENS RADIO & TV  DEALER  FOR  PHILIPS  ZB.ITH  FLEETWOOD  RCA VICTOR  SALES & SERVICE  To all Makes  Phone 886-2280.  PARKINSON'S HEATING lid.  Gibsons  ESSC DEL FURNACE  N   Down Payment ��� Bank Int.  Ten Years to Pay  Complete line of Appliances  for Free Estimates call 886-2728  EXPERT REPAIRS  TO  ��� AUTOMATIC WASHERS  ��� AUTOMATIC  DRYERS  ��� DISHWASHERS  Factory Trained on all Makes  also  VACUUM CLEANERS  NUTS   &   BOLTS  Ph. 886-2838  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES ft SERVICE.  ' Hot Water Heating  Building & Alterations  Davis Bay Rd., R.R.1,  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2116  TASELLA SHOP  Ladies ��� Mens ���' Childrens  Wear;��� Yard Goods ��� Wool  and Staples ��� Bedding  Linens  Dial 885-9331 Sechelt, B.C..  SICOTTE BULLDOZING ltd.  ��� ROAD GRADING  ��� LAND CLEARING  ��� ROAD BUILDING  Phone 880-2357,  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION &  MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port. Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used Refrigerators for. Sale  ^ Phone 886-2231  'iFrom t a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  _ MARINE SERVICE Ud.  Machine. Shop  Arc & Acty Welding  .  '-,.. Steel Fabricating  Marine Ways  Automotive & Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721  Res.   886-9956 ��� 886-9326  LEN WRAYS TRANSFER Lfd.  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 LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES Lid.  Everything for your building  v  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 ���"  21-HOUR TOWING SERVICE  GIBSONS SHELL SERVICE  Phone 886-2572  Emergency 886-9390  PENINSULA PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLES  (Formerly Rogers Plnmblag)  -��i> Serhelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  SALES ft SERVICE  _ i  Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  ,   Phone 886-9538  SUNSHINE COAnTRAILERPARK  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway  Roomy Parking, Plenty  v   of Water    .  . Large Recreation Area -  Bus Passes Park Site  Phone 886-9826   ,.  BOB LEE  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Phone 883-2412 or 883-2265  JOHN'S WOODWORKING  SHOP  All: types, of. cabinets j,:  SHOWROOM ^  Old Telephone Building  Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons  Phone 886-2671  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  -   SCOWS   ���   LOGS  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing   Phone 885-9425  SIM ELECTRIC Lfd.  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2062  II _o Moot trustees at convention  THURSDAY  8 p.m. Sbaip  HO GAMES LESS THAN $10  School trustees from all 81  school districts in British Columbia will be meeting at the 65th  annual convention of the B.C.  School Trustees7Assbciatoii Oct.  5-8 at the Bayshore Inn, Vancouver. Board members headed by  chairman Mrs. Sheila. Kitson  arid administrators R.R. Hanna,  superintendant and see.-treas.  J.S. Metzler wffi: attend. .  . The three and one-half day  program will be divided between  addresses by educators, educational clinics for trustees, and  the business of the association.  The Vancouver public Aquarium's collecting boat is called  Nautichthys, which is the latin  name of a local British Columbia fish,the sailfin sculpin.  50 CAUS  DOOR PRIZE $10  Winner must be in attendance  6KS0W LEGION HALL  Sunshine Coast Highway  SHARE YOUR  GOOD HEALTH  BE A BLOOD DONOR  FRANK   E.   DECKER,   bos.  OPTOMETRIST  For Appointment  880-2248  Every Wednesday  Bal Block  Gibsons  MAVERICK ��� FALCON ��� FAIRLANE ��� MUSTANG ��� T-BIRDS  _\ . ' ��  1    __     ..  Tar Personal  Service  E. E. (MICKEY) COE  2  sr  E  o  Call Collect     '  Bus. 266-7111  Res. 278-0874  Brown Bros.. Motors  5690 Granville St.  Vancouver, 13, B.C.  ALSO Al SELECTED USED CARS  High on the list of business to  be dealt with is debate on 53  proposed resolutions submitted  by school districts. ,  The proposed resolutions include   a   resolution   urging the  minister of education to provide  an aimual grant of $100,000 to  the Educational Research Institute of B.C.; a request for the  abolition of all standard government examinations in secondary  and junior secondary schools; a  proposal that the BCSTA go on  record as .opposing the principle  of submitting operating y budgets of school districts to referendum ; and a resolution proposing that old age pensioners  pay. the first $50 of their school  taxes, or the entire tax, whichever is the lesser and that (the  Homeowner's Grant to old Age  Pensioners be increased by $50.  Other resolutions to be debated  include a proposal that the provincial government delete the  Requirement for religious exercises an the schools by amending the Public Schools Act,  that; a resolution recommend  ing The History of the World's  Great Religions be offered in  B.C. secondary schools, and a  proposal to remove the property  ownership restriction for eligibility to vote dn elections for  school trustees and proposed bylaws. A series of eight educational clinics77'wil. be presented  to give trustees the opprortunity  to meet experts in various areas  of interest and to discuss common problems.  Keynote speaker is Laurence  J. Peter,- EdJO.idirector of'.the  Evelyn Frieden Centre, for Pre  scriptive Teaching at the University  of- southern   California  .and world recognized, authority  on. the teaching of emotionally  " handicapped children.. Dr." Peter  has. recently achieved a. worldwide reputation for his discovery  of The Peter Principle: In a  heirarchy every employee lis  promoted to his level of incompetence.     "' "       '"���  Frustrations hit  t. *    c**.  auto drivers  The frustration of not being  quite sure where he_is oi* where  he will end up is the number-  one plight-of motorists driving  North. American.'Highways;  The B.C. Automobile Association reports that this problem  led the list in a survey recently  undertaken by AAA national  headquarters tin Washington  D.C.  A clear majority in the continent-wide poll listed confusing  or inadequate direction signs as  annoying them most when travelling by automobile. Sixty-six  percent oi those asked that better techniques be used in the designing and placing of signs,  signals and markings. =  Unclean restrooms was in the-  runner-up position in the complaints category with 53 percent  expressing distaste at the maintenance of many of the roadside  conveniences they have used.  Two other major highway annoyances include traffic conges- ,  tion in urban areas,  cited by  36 percent of jthe respondents,. .  and   large   trucks   and   buses,  pinpointed by 31 percent.  ANDY  C A P P  Coast News, Oct. 1, I960.  Big Thrift Sale  United Church Women are  now collecting goods for their  Thrift sale oh Oct. 17 in the  church hall. On sale will be  good used clothing, books and  plants. There will be a.baby sitting room with> an attendant  and refreshments available at  the kitchen: White elephants  and kitchenware will be available too. -The sale starts at 10  a.m. and is expected to conclude at 11.30 aim.  Expectant Parent Classes  will be held weekly  commencing  Tuesday, Oct. 7, 7:30 p.m.  Health Unit Office, Gibsons  For. Jurther information,  please contact your doctor,  vor the Health Unit Office  . : Gibsons Phone 886-2228  ^i^Pi^^^Hi^^^^^^i  For Real Estate on the  Sunshine Coast  K. CROSBY  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre'  Gibsons ��� 836-2481  DEMURE ��� All^cotton gabardine in brown and white fashions a  high-yoked dress with pussycat bow and oversized white collar and  Cliffs. ;   __��� ������"'"���.'     ���'������'    ;7 7.   .  GIIMORE.  VARHTf SHOP  SEWING NEEDS, BUTTERICK PATTERNS���Sechelt, Pb. 885-34-  -*�� ���'    - -    '   ' '  '' ��� .  HOWE SOW  For All Your SEWING NEEDS, SIMPLICITY PATTERNS  D. G. DOUGLAS VARIETY _ PAINTS  McCall's Patterns, Laces, Remnants & Singer Supplies  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsbns ��� Ph. 886-2615  TASEUA SHOPPE  FOR ^OUR ^RDGOODS --Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-9331  Yardgoedsf Drapery, Simplicity .Patterns, White Machines  Phone 885-2313  LUCKY DOLLAR STORE  STORE HOURS  announces ,the Specials onrcaur Flyers will begin on  Wednesday of each week apd eontm^ Saturday  CLOSED  9 a.m. to 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. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION (Branch 109) GIBSONS  By Popular Request  we present far your listening and dancing pleasure  The Drifters  OCT. 11 ��� 8 p.m.  Everyone Welcome Admission at door $1  BOWLINE    Parents view  school work  ROOM AND BOARD  NOW AVAILABLE  PENINSULA HOTEL  Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons  Dr. J. Pal Perry  wishes to announce that his office hours at the  Peninsula Animal Hospital  for the practice of small animal medicine are from  9:00 to 11:00 a.m. weekdays  For appointment call 886-7713 before 6 p.m.  For emergencies on call 24 hours  E & M BOWLADROME  'High TscOres for the week:  Phyllis Hylton 665, Bonnie McConnell 276, Freeman Reynolds  i764 (299).  Ladies Tues; Morning: Bonnie McConnell 580 (276), Evelyn  Prest 539 (230), Isabel Hart 220,  Irene Jewitt 573, Marion Lee 553  (229), Hazel Wright 524, Vera  Farr 501, Iva Peterson 588 (234);  Carol Kurucz 552 (247).  Gibsons A, Tues.: Dot Skerry  621 (255), Vince Lemke 668 (249,  225), Len Ellis 625 (225, 255),  Ann Thompson 637 (250)., Don  MacKay 652 (241, 234), Freeman Reynolds 7-4 (281, 299),  Phyllis Hylton 665 (242, 234^  June Peterson 275, Lynn Spark  -230.  Wed. Teachers: Bruce Marshall 263, Stewart Hercus 219,  Art Holden 672 (230,, 233), Melvin Jay 263, John Epp 245.  Thurs.: Taffy Greig 634 (254),  Ed Sandy 687 (258, 266), Hugh  Inglis 238, Frank Nevens 711  (257, 235, 229), Evelyn Prest 615  "(2.1), Peter"Mouzakis 229,,  - -Juniors (2 games): Bruce  Green 371 (214), Brian Evans  206,, Brad Quarry 287 (163);  Leonard Green 203, Gerry McConnell 294 (159), Graeme Winn  213, Ian McKenzie 214, Paul  Scott 310 (189), David Wilson 7  241, (150), Rickey Blakeman 231  Pat McConnell 218 (153), Cheryl  Penfold 298 (185).  COAST KEWS WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  *    PHONE 886-2622  MAVERICK ��� FALCON r- FAHtLANE ��� MUSTANG ��� T-BERDS  ANNOUNCEMENT  Dave and M        Parry  announce that we are now the propri^rs of  The Fabric House and The Simpson-Sears Agency  We look forward with pleasure to meeting you.  Fabric House &  886-2252  IN COURT  Ken Fiedler of Gibsons* while  moving a house along the "highway at 12:45 a.m. Sept. 13, had  his; moving house struck by an  oncoming car. As a result he  was charged under department  of transport regulations with Optra ting an oversized1 unlit load  without a permit. The fine was  $50..   " ������������'��� 77- ,.-":":7 -V.  Dave Brownell, charged with  driving his car without due care  and attention resulting in an accident, was fined $25.  : Richard Gibb of Giibsons was  fined $25 for being in possession  of liquor in a public place.  A meeting in the Roberts  Creek s School on Monday, Sept.  22of the Parents' Auxiliary resulted in a frank .discussionv. on  educational matters as well as  a new slate of officers for the  1969-70 term.' ���  7 Parents voiced their concern  over the lack of remedial teach:  ing. help,   instrumental   music  and    library    assistance; .Mr.  Mactavish, Principal of Roberts  Creek School tried to satisfactorily answer the questions posed  him.. ���.-,'������'��� ���'_..���'   _        7.7-'  :   New officers for the  coming  year are as follows:~ president,  TRJrs.  Norman Ball;   vice president, Mrs.  Richard Birkin;   secretary; Mrs. Eric- Prittie; trea-  -surer,  Mrs.  Boyling  ;member-  stiip, Mrs. MacLean arid Mrs. A  Neumann;   refreshments,    Mrs!  P; Fromager and Mrs.  Smith-  hot dog days. Mrs. Tuckerand  Mrs.   Woods;   Halloween TParty  Mi's. Prittie and Mrs.' Hairsine.  Several projects for the coming year were discussed in principle. Hot dogs and pop will be  ���sold to the school children one  Friday each month, a rummage  sale will be held in the legion  hall from 1 to 3 p:_n on thur.  Nov. 67Meetdh>gs will be:held at  the school at 8 p:m on the third  Monday of each month. The interest shown by parents at this  meeting should result in a lively  - year..-,"V7-' 77 -.7.-'   .;'--'7 .' '-.; ���:';':���  APPRECIATION  CERTIFIED  For those who missed it in  the Vancouver press, Mr. and  Mrs. Len Van Egmond of Halfmoon Bay were presented with a  certificate. of; appreciation by  tlie Vancouyer.Po^lice Commission for their part in helping the  capture of two holdup men who  robbed, the National Trust on-  Denman Street of $10,000 oh  Juiie 6. Mayor Tom, Campbell  praised the couple for their daring efforts  CO  .8  P  ��  fa  '.h  5  r ISlPROHSSIONAl An}  '^ SALESMEN'S CtUB >>'  For Personal  Service  E. E.  (MICKEY) COE  Call Collect  Bus. 266-7111  Res: 278-0874  Brown Bros. Motors  5690 Granville St.  Vancouver 13, B.C.  %  5  I  as"  I  5  b  ���_  00  ALSO  A-l  SELECTED USED CARS  7|7p|.0\���'E''  Roberts Creek Volunteer Eire Department  October 4, 9 p.m. .  :   Pen .flings Orchestra  $6 COUPLE  REFRESHMENTS  GRANTHAMS LANDING STORE  for all your Shopping Needs  FRESH MEAT and VEGETABLES  MONDAY TO SATURDAY ��� 9 fo 6 p.m.  SUNDAY���11 to 5 p.m.  ANNOUNCEMENT  Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harris  WELCOME  Mr. and Mrs. David Parry  the new owners and managers of  Fabric House and Simpson-Sears Agency  We thank our many friends and customers throughout the Sunshine Coast and Secjie|t Peninsula for their  patronage and wish you all to know it has been a pleasure  to serve you. Norm and Florence  Fabric House> Simpson-  886-2252, Gibsons  mm  am  i  ��  WANTED - To Sublease  by wholesaler  100 square feef existing showroom for new display  GIBSONS ��� SECHELT  Must be able to make arrangement, with Lessor  for Telephone Answering Service  during normal store hours  BOX 1078. Coast News   ~  ~!i^-'


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