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Array Provincial Li-braryV  Victoria,   B.   C;  SERVING   THE   GROWINiG   SUNSHINE   COAST  Published  at Gibsons,   B.C.  Phone 886-2622  Volume  22  Number 46, December-3, 1969  10c per copy  Gibsons water pact enables  Regional board start extension  Phase one contract with H.B.  Construction was extended to  include phase _ two. ��� Phase one  was from Davis Bay to Roberts  Creek. Pliase two is from Roberts Creek to the Gibsons water supply.  . The Regional board arranged  to purchase Gibsons surplus  water,, beyond village needs,' for  the-Regional district system.  Water .was a prominent feature a��_ Friday night's meeting  of the, Surtshine Coast Regional  district, board. Here is what  happened:.        -       ,  A'r Regional" District committee.'will be set to work towards  starting a one million gallon  reservoir as soon as possible.  The Regional board also de  cided to extend the deadline for  applications for a water connection on a $25 discount basis  from the end of November to the  end of December. To date there  have been 120 applications. By  having the connection put in  now instead of later when the  area would have to be dug,up  the applicant saves $25 on the  $150 normal connection fee.  Another important factor concerned the Sechelt Water system. Secretary Charles Gooding  reported that the. arbitratfom  hearings on the proposed takeover by the Regional District  of the Sechelt system started  Nov. 17, continued on Nov. 18  and adjourned to Nov. 24A and  again adjourned to Dec. 1.  Evidence introduced by SeJ  chelt Waterworks company in^  eluded a report from its con-'  suiting engineer which placed  a value on the.system of $167,-  406. Proceedings to date have,  mainly consisted of production,  of evidence and argument on be-.'  half of the Regional District >tof  financial arrangement covering  the addition of phase two resulted in a ten percent reduction in cost owing' to the elimination of planning costs which  would occur if a new contract  was ordered. Phase one cost  was $184,000 and phase two will  cost $381,000. As .a> result of the  refute this claim and support ten percent cut the board re-  Messrs. Dayton and Knights, ports a saving of .$44,000.  valuation of $60,000. Mr. C. Bui- ^ Mr. Gooding added that while  lock professional engineer of the.,- present financing arrangements  water rights branch appeared, were satisfactory for the comas  a  witness for the Regional,;  pletion of phase two it would be  District.  Mr.   Gooding  said   he  ahtici-..  pa ted   a   decision   likely   early y  in December from the arbitral  tion court. ' /  The   board  learned   that  th��  Hospital construction blocked  Construction' of St. Mary's  Hospital 35. bed extension has  been blocked. Provincial hospital officials have ordered the  construction committee's approved $672,031 tender be cut  to $500,000.  This came as a shock to members of the Sunshine Coast Regional Hospital directors.- As  Director Cliff Gilker put it at  last Friday night's board meeting .the government has let the  hospital down, imposing delays  in^spite of the, pressing need  for facilities and, also, in view  of^a public vote which went 95  percent in favor on Feb. 22,  19$9.  In order to get near, the. $500,  ment -the'"construction J commit  tee'would have,to. forego- the  laboratory, x-rays and kitchen  extensions. This Regional Hospital board members argue,  does not make sense as far as  the kitchen is concerned because  .double bed capacity would require almost double kitchen  capacity. They figured they  could get along without the extended laboratory and x-ray department for the time being.  Director' Frank  West was of  1 the opinion that if another tender was  called inflation would  result  in  a  higher figure  than  $672,031.  Owing to the fact the life of  the tender ended at 4 pm. Nov.  29 the^Janin Western Contract-  Museum to get  shell collection  The Charles A. Bedford famed  shell ..collection which" has travelled to. many points, in the  northwestern part of the American pontinent has been donated  to Gibsons Museum.  This was, announced at last  Tuesday night's meeting .of Gibsons .council by Mayor Wally  Peterson who earlier along with  Les. Peterson; one of the founders t'of the Pioneer Museum  Society of Gibsons made the  transfer arrangements.  Miv, Bedford is turning over  the entire collection of shells  gathered on shores of the mainland ;and up coast over a period of 20 years, along with a  shell tbook library that can be  classed'as rare.  The collection has been fumed  over to the council which makes  .the corporation of the village  the owner. The collection will  later be turned over to the museum when sufficient space can  be arranged.  CUBS GOING���UP  ors who submitted the accepted  tender will be asked to extend  their bid to cover another two  weeks. In the meantime construction y committee*^ officials  will see what can be done by  personal contact with Victoria.  Board members unofficially are  regarding the Victoria action as  just another stall.  Members of the hospital board  met with Hon. Isabel Dawson  Tuesday noon whettt the finance  problem was placed before her;  The  board  mentioned   the   uri^��  fairness   of   making   estimatfcs7  and three years later, after in��  flatidn has effected prices', find^'  ing    that    the   department de��y  mands cuts in spite,of inflation^  costs on original estimates.;.      f  Hon. Mrs. Dawson took _riote~7  of what the board members said]'  and   informed  the   board  thatC  there was no doubt about them*  obtaining the extra bed- space.y  Chamber elects officers?  necessary to approach the bank  of Montreal with a request for  further funds available in excess of $750,000.  ;  ~He~ reported that the bylaw  covering water rates and reg-'  ulations had beenJ approved by  the department of municipal  affairs and now awaited the approval of the Lt. Governor���in���  Council. He added that there  had been no word from Victoria on the board's request to  have land charges collected on  the tax roll, and in view of the  manner in which' the bylaw is  prepared it would seem that the  board will have tp include it in  its own billing sysiem.-  When the subject came . up  of Gibsons surplus��� water being  used by the Regional District;  Mayor Wally Peterson,' Gibsons  representative , on the Regional  board", presented;; the following  -as" a,.policy statement: -        ' ,  The village will'allow the Re-r  .giorial District -;to use watccj  frombvthe  villag'e' system,   sur-  . In his opening remarks as 1970.    he had shown considerable con-i;- _       . _w        ���    _       , _  president /of .Gibsons" ahd  Dis- \cern by his efforts as presidentv J*��� ^ T   gt S    ?oV _��  trict    Chamber  of   ;Commerce. 'and also did the best possible^P1*. ���& v/llatge ��ef*?lJ���� ���  *-"  ��� -- '' ���,>     ,3~     '     /,.   yv,_.i-i- ltsilirst stagec-pj.stn.e-Gower  ;. '��� ��� 50ib.usiness".men; ^no couTd be;      Mikt  members of>* the chamber. and' , president,  everyone( who has  an interest  in .the Gibsons area should be  a   member.   He /urged  that   at  the next meeting of the' chamber that those attending should'  bring along another prospective  member  so   that  tlie chamber  Mr! Blakeman succeeds Frank  Hay,    retiring    president    who  Frank Daugherty said in com:  can really do something about  progress for the community,  plimentihg Mr. Hay of his two  year  tenure  as  president  that  Fire areas  now defined  A working agreement between  the Regional District fire department for Gibsons rural area and Gibsons Volunteer fire  department under control of the  municipal council has been arranged, according to information supplied at Friday night's  meeting of the Regional District  board in its Davis Bay office.  The village council will look  after budgeting, limited to mills  only for both areas and also administration. Minor costs will  be shareable but major costs  will be the responsibility of the  area assuming them. The North  Road firehall will be the regional firehall and the village  hall will cover the village.  DEATHS  Gibsons Cubs and Scouts will  take part ira a going-up ceremony Thursday, Dec._ 11 in the  United .'Church hall 'from 7 to  8:30 pm. Parents are welcome, tion. No flowers. Donations to  Refreshments will be served.     St.. Mary's Hospital.  DRUMMOND ��� Deal 1969 Miss  Elizabeth Hain Drummond, in  her 84th year, of Gibsons B.C.  Survived by* 1 brother William,  Roberts Creek, 3 nieces, Mrs.  Niji A. S. Weir, Vancouver,  Mrs. Jessie Leach, Tacoma,  Wash., Mrs. Mae Thjbmpson,  North Vancouver, 1 nephew,  James, Gibsons, 4 grand nieces  and 4 grand-nephews. Funeral  service^ Sal. Dec. 6, at 2 pm.  from the Family Chapel of the  Harvey Funeral Home, Rev. J.  Williamson   officiating.   Crema-  Mike Blaney was elected vice-  Lorraine Goddard'���  secretary and Winston Robinson, Treasurer. The executive  will include Audrey Hinz, William Wright, David Perry, Rev.  Jim Williamson, Douglas Smith,  Larry Boyd, -.Walt Nygren and  George McNicol.  <  The president and- vice-president were sworn into their office by Ewart McMynn.'  About 30 persons attended the  last of the year meeting ���of the  chamber at Cedars Inn wher'e  after a dinner the business session was shortened to allow the  nomination and election of officers to proceed.  The members decided to continue meeting on the third Monday of each month.  Dick Ranniger  new fire chief  Dick Ranniger was elected  chief of Gibsons Volunteer Fire  department at Monday night's  .meeting of firemen at the firehall. He will take the place of  Bi Scott, who served ten years  as chief.  Mr. Ranniger, with the fire  department five years, is an employee of B.C. Telephones. The  assistant fire chief will be Paul  Mulligan. C. Hummel and D.  Dawe will be captains; J. Pan-  asuk and F. Muryn, lieutenants;  Murray Crosby, instructor and  Bobby Wilson, fire marshall.  Gerry Dixon will be secretary.  These men will take over their  posts Jan. 1 for the year 1970.  BOOK   MARIONETTES  On Dec. 6 the Sunshine Coast  Arts Council will bring to the  Sunshine Coast the popular  Dirk's Marionettes. This year  they, will present Puss in Boots.  There will be one performance  only���at Gibsons , Elem&ntary  School Activity Room Saturday  afternoon at 2:30 Dec. 6. Admission will1 cost 50c for children  and students and $1 for adults  The family, can enjoy an afternoon of fun and relaxation.  Point - to  Sechelt ��� Water - system  ;   only. ��� >S   " "u    '       ,  .The   village   does   not  agree  to: the   Regional   District -connecting  to   the   village   system  , fbr other than the above.  The village will fix a wholesale metered rate for such surplus water supplied to the Regional District system through  the Gower Point iroad entrance,  and any metered water connections. Other than metered outlets from the village system  may be calculated on an average household use basis to arrive at a total gallonage used.  On completion of the Pratt  road line by the Regional District the village will turn over  lo the Regional District all users  on the Henry road, Highway,  Veterans road and Pratt road,  all "outside the village boundaries.  The   village   will   review   its  position at the end of 1970.  The  Regional District  policy  statement follows:  The Regional District will  construct a six inch water main  to join with the existing Village  of Gibsons water system along  he Gower Point road entrance  and install a meter which will  register the amount of water  entering or leaving the village  The Regional District will renew the Pratt road line and on  completion will take over the  users on the existing Henry road  Highway, Veterans road and  Pratt road, all outside the village boundaries.  The Hegionai District will  maintain all of the foregoing  mains' with the exception of the'  existing main on Henry road and  Highway 101 which will be maintained by the village. (This is  the main supply line of the village system from its reservoir).  (Continued on Page 8)  iuuniimffiWMuimrairainMWitHuiiKrauiiiiniiniiiiiiiHiiii  POST   OFFICE   HOURS  Gibsons Post Office will be  open Saturday Dec. 20 until 5:30  pm. Two mails will be received  on most days from Dec. 15 to  Dec! 22. Way mail service is  curtailed from Dec. 2 to Dec.  23. Mail will be received Sunday Dec. 14 to an 21.  ' Wdl, is It dean cnooghfor Santa!"  Breathalizer here!  RCMP report there' is a  breathalizer for use when drinking drivers are suspected of being under the influence of. liquor. It is stationed'at Sechelt  and. there are two experts in  charge and ,two more are being trained.  The Canadian Safety Council  considers the new federal breath  analysis law to be a milestone  in ^safety legislation aimed- at  reducing traffic deaths and injuries.   -     < >j   < _   l >y, ;,:  4GiSh_vw.  constitution  A short business meeting at  which the constitution and bylaws will be presented for acceptance will start the annual  meeting: of the Sunshine Coast  Environment Protection Society in Wilson Creek Community  Hall on Friday Dec. ,5 at 8 pm.  Believing that an Understanding of the natural laws upon  whiteh our environment is based  as well as an appreciation of its  beauty is essential to our efforts to protect it-for future "gen-..-,  erati'ons an evening of films  and slides has been arranged.  Rupert Inlet, off Quatsino  Sound on Vancouver Island ..has  been in the news since7; Utah  Mining Company applied for;-a  permit to dump 9.3 million gallons of mine effluent daily into  the inlet. Mr. and Mrs. Michael  Kitson and Miss Judy Baldwin  have loaned maps and .".slides  of the area arid more can be  learned from people who have  lived] there. Films about water,  lived there. Films about Water,  a Spruce Bog and the World  National Film Board7 If you  have been intending to addyyour  support to this group yoii will  be welcome at this meeting.  December art  As in previous years the Sunshine Coasts Art Council Gallery  in. Sechelt is displaying a group  of   paintings   during December  There are watercolors landscapes by Charles Murray and  Mrs. Gwen Gray of Selma Park  floral studies from Doriis!Crowston, Alice Murray, Eleanor  Ormrod and Kay Wells, Jo Mich, es popular child portraits,  landscapes in Oils byVi Chamberlain, Helen Lau and Mrs.  Berry, and some of the contemporary paintings of Trudy Small.  The Gallery open each week  from Wednesday through Saturday will also be open on Monday and Tuesday during Christmas Week. After Christmas the  Gallery will be closed untilythe  middle of January.  Under the new law, drivers  found to have more than 0.08  percent of blood alcohol will be  guilty of a Criminal Code offense and subject to a fine of  up to $1,000, imprisonment for  up to six months, or both.  Drivers^who refuse to take the  breath analysis test called for  in the law will be guiliy of another Criminal Code offense carrying the same penalty. In addition, guilty drivers can be  ruled off the road for up to  ''three years.  Cloud types ?  are explained  A two and one half hour lecture conducted by Mr. Norm  Penny, climatoligist for the department of transport, meteorological branch, was enjoyed by  about 40 persons last Tuesday  evening at the high school.  Sponsored by the Sunshine  Coast Power Squadron, Mr.  Penney spoke to members of'  the squadron along with this  years piloting class, about how  the boater can forsee a storm  in the making by Observing the  different cloud types.  He explained off-shore winds  and temperature changes, and  spoke at some length of high and  low pressure areas and their  affects. Then he gave a resume  of the day in the life of a weather man,, and showed the audience weather maps that are  plotted every six hours.  The evening ended with a series of slides ��� showing different  cloud formations.  success  /The-'Bazaar.-and tea of the  Roberts' Greek Legion, L.A;  opened by the auxiliaries zone  representative Mrs. Pat Schindel, proved to be a real success  Mrs. Thyer apologizes for  some of the goods being sold  before 2 o'clock.-She takes all  the blame, and hopes that she  is forgiven. She has been try ing  to tell the ladies that she has  been President for too long;  The raffles were won by:  Blanket,���' Ruth Marsh, 21285;  toy dog, Pat Schindel, 36; door  prize��� Mrs. Sturgeon, 56 and  Grocery Hampers��� E. Paulsen,  110 and E.Edmunds 226.  Word from the Far North' reveals that Santa Claus chuckled  when he saw the Gb-ist News  having him in Gibsons on Dec.  3. Sahta checked his list of advance visits and found that he  was to be in Gibsons, Saturday,  Dec. 13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coast News, Dec. 3, 1969.  Serving the Mt. Elphinstone district (population 6,000) -of the  Sunshine Coast and the Sechelt Peninsula (population 3,000)."  Phone 886-2622       P.O. Box 460, Gibsons, BX.  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.  Support your candidates!  Because of the size of the election slate on the Sunshine Coast  and the four community organizations involved any analysis of  candidates and their chances of winning would most likely result  in just of hodge-podge of hits and misses by the analyzer.  The number of candidates does show public interest in what is  going ph and the fact that out of the 18 seats up for contest only  four were by acclamation, two on the Regional District board and  two for aidermanic seats at-Sechelt, reveals more people are becoming interested in: the. future of their community.  There are three plebiscites, one in Gibsons for Sunday amusements after 1:30 p.m., which it is expected will pass, also fire protection for Roberts Creek arid street lighting for Granthams under  Regional District auspices. Both should obtain approval in their  respective areas. y  So ��� Mr. and Mrs. Voter please do get out and show these  candidates that the public approves of their attention to municipal  affairs even though you cannot elect all of them.  Take a how Mr. Bennett  In last August's provincial government election advertising  campaign one advertisement read: Hold British Columbia on  Course��� Keep Strong Hands on'the Wheel ��� Return the Bennett  Team. Another, advertisement informed the public there would be  more money for hospital purposes.  In view of the fact there is suddenly a block in the :way of  school and hospital construction and np; money available for antipollution use at the municipal level; one" must agree there is a rather unusual strong hand at the wheel, when one considers millions  in surpluses from taxes year after year.  If TMr. Bennett runs a Social Credit government why does it  not consider using the Bank of British Columbia as its niohey well.  True Social Creditors maintain that that when a bank makes a loan  it is a simple matter of bookkeeping and that no depositor's money  is used to finance the loan. If such is the case and we have a Social Credit Free Enterprise government how about a little enterprise Mr. Bennett and utilize the Bank of British Columbia to help  you out of your financial troubles. 7  Whether we have a Social Credit government is open to question. We know we do have a government that takes all the bows for  an affluent society but is parsimonious in offering needed amenities an affluent society should expect from it.  _ COAST NEWS       v  5-10-20 YEARS AGO  FIVE   YEARS   AGO  Hon. Eric Martin,. Minister of  health performing ithe opening  ceremony for St. Mary's hospital stressed the need for secondary type hospitals within the  national health scheme.  First patient to arrive at St.  Mary's hospital, was. a young  miss with emergency appendectomy condition.  Seaview Cemetary board asked  Gibsons council whether it would  consider taking over the oper-  -atfon of Sea-view cemetary.  Council advised the board to  make a public appeal for help.  Phil Lawrence, director of  Marpole Recreation centre has  been appointed recreation director for the Sunshine Coarst.   .  10   YEARS   AGO  Two new telephone exchanges  for Gibsons and Sechelt costing $80,000 for Gibsons and $30,-  000 for Sechelt have been announced by B.C. Telephones.  News of the impending retirement of Canon Alan Greene has .  resulted in Pender Harbor Canadian Legion sponsoring a move  to arrange recognition of his  48 years service along tlie coast.  Hon. Phil.y Gaglardi, highways minister'has promised to  look into the "matter of-'pathways  at  populated sections  of  the   highway between   Gibsons  arid Sechelt.  15   YEARS   AGO  - Broken twigs leading the road  to Garden Bay lake resulted in  the discovery of the car and  bodies of two missing one week.  The men were C.R. Nickerson  and Loy Haase.  Gibsons volunteer fire department and the municipal council have agreed to operate  fire department finainc_ng  through council.  Rev. R.R. Morrison preached  the sermon at the dedication  service of Wilson Creek United  Church;  20  YEARS   AGO  Sechelt Improvement association which nearly died experiencing an upsurge and has  elected a new slate of officers.  Sechelt Board of Trade is considering incorporation for Sechelt with boundaries from  Lockwood Lodge to .the Indian  Reserve and Trail Bay to Porpoise Bay. Bob Burns, Gibson  clerk explained how incorporation works at a board meeting.  Storms have scattered pilings  for the wharf at Sechelt and are  holding up completion of wharf  repairs. ���  -  The recently formed Pender  Harbor Board, of Trade reports  it now has 60 members with  more to be lined up.  Canada's pulp 2nd paper industry faces generally bright  prospects and promises to continue to be > one of the mainstays  of the economy. That forecast  is made by the Bank of Montreal  in its just issued Business Review for November. 7  TPulp and paper, long one of  Canada's most important industries, employs over 150,000 people and accounts for 15 percent  of. domestic exports. ;  The   bank   review   notes   the  industry's   performance in   the  past few years has been lacklustre,  due  to labor problems*  sluggish     demand,     difficulties.  with new plants and equipment,,  and an excess capacity situation. -  Between mid-1966  and the end  of 1967 the  output of the pulp  and paper industry was virtually;  stagnant.  The  rapid   expansion  that occured in early 1968 was  caused largely by stockpiling iri  the 7face   of  possible   strikes/  While relatively few  stoppages  actually materialized,- the large  inventories built up by purchasers  and  strikes at U.S.  newspapers served to curb demand  seriously later in the year.  However, in the past year the  situation has changed rapidly  and 1969 production has been  some 10 percent ahead of the  1968 average.  Traditionally over three-quarters of Canada's pulp and paper  exports have gone to the United  States, says the B of M. But  major hew markets have em-,  erged, particularly in Europe  and Japan. In relation to rapidly ,  growing demand in these countries, the available wood resources of Japan and Scandinavia are becoming increasingly  inadequate.... Canada, on the  other hand, .possesses ��� the free  world's largest accessible timber resources.,  The proportion of Canadian  pulp exports going to these areas  has rose from 17 percent in 1956  to 32 percent in 1968, while the  U.S. share of these exports has  fallen from 81 to 65 percent.,In  the 1965���68 .period, Canadian  ; pulp exports .to Europe and Ja-  ���S*'  ;  in  Gibsons  New   Books  Adult Fiction  A Bottle of Sandwiches by  Denis O'Grady.  The Builders by William Wool-  folk.  Gone Troppo by John O'Grady  A Narrow Time by Ralph  Mclnerny.  North Cape ' by Joe ,Poy-  er.   -. .    '.."  Surgeon's Choice by Frank  G. Slaughter. ^  The Tower by Marguerite  Steen:  The Velvet Hammer by Faith  Baldwin.  Non - Fiction  Slowly Down the Ganges by  Eric Newby (travel).  The Store That Timothy Built  by William Stephan (Canadiana).  Wild Goose ^ack by Jack  Miner (Autobiography).  PASS 100  MARK  Local Centennial"'71 committees have now passed the 100  mark, L.J. Wallace, general  chairman, of the British Columbia Centennial '71 committee,  announces. Formation of 39 new  committees in the pro vince now  brings the total to 11* local  committees in municipal. and  non-municipal areas, planning  celebrations and commemorar  tive projects in 1971 to mark  the 100th anniversary of British Columbia's entry into confederation.  Blake C. Alderson, D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building, Sechelt  TUES., WED., THURS., FRL  10:30-5:30  SATURDAY 9:30 - 1:M  Phone  Office 885-2333���Res. 886-2321  pan rose by 75 percent and 101  percent respectively. In the  first eight months of this year  pulp shipments to the Common  Market have been running 30  percent above the equivalent  period of 1968 and there has  been a 20. percent increase in"  shipments to Japan.  The increased- demand and,  changing markets are affecting the structure of the Canadian industry, with British Columbia presently reaping the .benefits. There, most mills are located on the coaist with year-  round access to foreign markets.  B.C. producers have also developed modern equipment and  techniques 'that allow them to  cut and move wood all year long  instead of relying On the traditional method of cutting in the  winter, stripping and cutting the  trees by hand, and floating.them  ��� down to the mills.  :-*:-As a result, B.C.'s pulp and  paper shipriients increased at  an average annual rate of 11.5  percent between 1949 and 1967  (versus tlhe najtional averagd  of 5.8 percent). Over that same  period British Columbia's market share jumped from 8 percent  to 22 percent, which compares  with 1967 figures of 37 percent  for Quebec, 27 percent for Ontario, 12 percent for the Atlantic Povinces, and 2 percent for  Alberta  and  the  Prairies.  Eastern pulp and paper producers have already adopted  many of the new techniques and  are continuing to expand and  modernize: prices are firming:  and demand is expected to stay  strong. Thus, prospects for the  pulp and paper industry remain  bright, the Bank of Montreal  concludes.  N. Richard McKibbin  A PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE  V    2_    i  i U K ��1 K _  R H R U  LIFE GOFS ON - - -  AMD ON, AND ON - - -  How long can you expect to live? Certainly  it is now possible to live longer than your parents and their ancestors. But, this increased life  expectancy is not completely automatic. You  must take an active part in helping it to be  realized.  . Your physician is the main link. He is there  to help you maintain good health, overcome a  sickness ahd to spot possible' trouble before it  gets too serious. Pharmacists are proud to be  another important link by supplying any medicines and health aids you may need or your docf  tor may prescribe.  ���  .Your doctor can phone us when you need a  medicine. We will constantly endeavor to keep  abreast of the expanding activities lit 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.  Sechelt  885-2238  Gibsons  886-2234  Rae W. Kruse .  Pharmaceutical Chemists -& Druggists  ___\    Dependability ������_ Integrity. ���, Personal Service  STORE HOURS ��� 9 a.m. fo 6 p.m. ��� FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS  Canada Pension Pbn  take two important  steps forward  for your benefit  Retirement  Pensions  payable at 65  In 1?7Q the Retirement Pension age will  be reduced from 66 to 65. If you are 65  ... if you've been confribufing fo the  Canada Pension Plan, and if you've  retired from regular employment, contact  your Canada Pension Plan Office now.  ' If you vyjir Be 65 in 1970 get in touch  vyithyburCdnada Pension Plan Office  three months'before your birthday. The  people there will help you fill out the  "application'-form that starts your pension  cheques coming. They'll explain how  your pension is worked out . . . and  when you become eligible. YouMI get  all the.answers to questions about-your  retirement pension. Payment is^ not  automatic. You must apply. The address  of your nearest Canada Pension Plan  Office is listed below. '..7   ; '_���'.  Your nearest Canada Pension Plan Office is:  Disability Pensions  payable for the  first time  y  Disability Pensjpns for contributors to  the Canada Pension Plan will become  available in 1970 for those who have  contributed for 5 years. Generally, a  person is considered to be disabled if  he has a physical or mental disability  that is so severe and likely fo continue  so long that he cannot get steady work.  Benefits will also be available for a  disabled contributor's dependent children.  The Canada Pension Plan also may  provide rehabilitation measures where  practical. Eligibility for a pension will',  be.based on an assessment of an appl?-"  cant's medical condition. If you thinkyou  mjght Be eligible for a Disability Pension  contact your nearest Canada Pension  Plan Office. The address is listed below.  Room 101, Sun Tower  100 West Pender Street  Vancouver 3/ B.C.  666-1141'  ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE,  THE HONOURABLE JOHN MUNRO, MINISTER oard continues land application block  WILDLIFE AND GRASSLANDS  Wild animal life has its value  to grassland areas. Coyotes and  hawks to keep down the numbers  of burrowing animals. Burrowing animals to some extent help  to mix, loosen, drain and fertilize the soil..  AT HOME  Meef Ross McQuifty, nominee for Regional Representative for Pender Harbour,  af his residence, larsonr$ Madeira Park Resort, from 7 - 10 o'clock on Friday  December 5th-  Mr. and Mrs. McOuffly wouW be pleased fo meet alf residents from  Middlepoint fo Nelson Island  L  FOR ALDERMAN  Administering to the affairs of the Village  of Gibsons in an Aidermanic capacity is a  very demanding responsibjlify. I am eager  and prepared fo devote whatever time is  required to meet those demands.  I would like your support and your vote  December 6/1969  Mike BLANEY  - vS  * Yi - ?  i.   ...A     .vAjwChvCk*^ S-*       J.��   .        ���"       J&  DRUMMOND for MAYOR  The Sunshine Coast Regflonal  District board will continue to  hold up applications for land  in its area until it gets from Victoria land department officials  some indication of the types  of leases being processed;  When it gets  that information.  it will turn over to its planning  committee a big batch of leases  it now holds in abeyance, for  its recommendation.  The board also would like to  know what existing timber leases there are extant in Chapman  Creek area, which is the water  source for the future Regional  Board Water system.  Argument followed respecting  the clarification of beaches  The board has tried to ascertain if beaches are all designated for recreational purposes  but government officials are  mum so far.  .The board has decided" to  make application to have, non-  leased beaches designatd for recreational 'purposes but Mayor  Wally Peterson Gibsons representative on the board with two  votes registered his two votes  against. In explanation of his  action after the meeting Mayor  Peterson said he could see/reasons for designating specific  beaches for recreation but not  the entire Sunshine Coast beach  area.  While on beaches >a letter1  from Adele deLange based on  the Coast News stories about  removal of logs from beaches  by the Beachwpod Recovery  company brought remarks from  Mayor William Swain of Sechelt  that such a policy as not good,  as Sechelt experienced a beach  clearance which resulted in the  loss of 20 feet of roadway. The  provincial minister concerned  will be asked to clarify the contract terms for the board.  E  Dec. 67 8 a.m. to 8 p.m  FOR  Gibsons School Trustee  Mail  Out of town  December  Local ��| "j  December A #  DECEMBER 6, VOTE  FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE  Let me use the experience I  have gained over the last  two years as School Trustee  and Chairman  of the School Board  RE-ELECT SHEILA KITSON  SCHOOL TRUSTEE, RURAL ARFA B  1  PH ILCO WEEK AT PARKER'S  ers  Om STOP SHOPPING for m  MARKERmH^ Cowrie Sfree.. SecheH. Phone 885-2171 L  ANNOUNCEMENT  The Medical Clinic of Doctors Swan, Paetkau, Burtnick,  ; Hobson and Crosby wishes to announce that Br. M. S.  Wirk has joined them in General Practice in the Sechelt  and Madeira1 Park Clinics.  Coast News, Dec 3, 1969.  May I respectfully request your continuing jsupport at  the Polls as your [Director for Roberts Creek for the coming  year. The completion of our water system is essential to the  growth of the area. A great deal of time, effort and study  will be required to achieve this.  The experience gained during the past three years and  my willingness to devote whatever tiine and effort fs necessary will be freely available for thisvand other affairs of  you the people. It would be a privilege to ��(ontinue to represent you.  J. Clifford Gilker  COAST NEWS WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  CANADIAN PROPANE  AIR FILTERING  ...exclusive with the  m  Revolutionary  GAS HEATING  SYSTEM  Multi-room heating without  costly pipes and registers.  Pours floor level heat out  the front, back and both  sides. Pre-fabricated duct  kits pipe heat to rooms at  side and back. Built in cool  air returns for complete  circulation. Available in  two sizes, each with two  heating capacities.. Wall  thermostat lets you dial  your comfort!  only the mark III  HAS THE LITTLE RED  SIGNAL LIGHT!  See our new display  of Heating, Cooking  Water Heating equipment  CORNER WHARF & DOLPHIN ST.  (STANDARD MOTORS RUELDING)  885-2360 886-2185  Editor: I note the item in  your November 5 issue entitled  Good old taxpayer!  What you are driving at is rather obscure.  Perhaps you feel  that the taxpayer is at the brink  of disaster?  BCSTA President James Camp  bell's $20,000,000 in - additional  taxes in 1970 can also be translated as 4c per day on the average tax bill. Hardly a disaster  if we regard education as an investment and not a Cost.  It is also true that an extension of the school day Or school  year Will cost more money. Better uise of lexisting facilities  may result, but ^he suggestion  is not a panacea nor a cost cutter. --���. w ���..  No one suggests that the well  of money is bottomless. No one  suggests that good management  is passe. However, education  does require a high priority  placement in the scheme of social planning.  J.W.   Killeen   President  Editor's note: If Mr. Killeen  finds what the Coast News was  driving at rather obscure, he  certainly missed tihe| message  which was to inform taxpayers  that teacher salaries would  cost $73,000 more in 1970 on the  basis of a two cents per day increase per population. We could  add that maybe the taxpayer is  ori the brink of disaster unless*  some sort of monetary common  sense can be achieved. Lesser  people than the president of the  B.C.   Teachers'   Federation  ar  rived at this conclusion quite  a while ago.. Money will never  be the prime factor in education.  Editor: About a couple of  months ago I boarded the ferry  at Horsehoe Bay and we sat for  25 minutes past sailing time, to  accommodate a* passenger coming over from" Nanaimo. I asked  the ferry personnel, deck-hands  up to the first mate, what was  important enough to hold up a  three quarters loaded.ferry for  that time. Each referred me to  his superior, including the mate..  I dropped it there. Y  Two days ago I got down to  the 6.45 ferry and realized as  I parked my car that the hold*  ing area was clear of cars. As  I ran for the ticket booth, the  ticket salesman was ori the  phone, presumably conferring  with the ship.  It was explained to me that  the time was exactly 6.45 and  new rulings demanded one clear  minute for grace before they  would hold the ship.  For the minute it would have  taken to trot down, I doubt  there would be enough discom-  fitted passengers on an early  Sunday morning sailing, to warrant a wait of two hours and a  quarter and the cost of getting  my car out of the park.  Had I been taking my car on,  I would have made it and most  likely would have been granted  a little more grace but first  and foremost I think this should  be a people ferry not just a car  ferry; 7 J.G. Warn  During the past two years it has been my -responsibility to represent the people of Gibsons "on th$ Board of  School Trustees.  The position has been an arduous and challenging one  and has given me the experience necessary to serve you  better in the future.  For Responsible Trusteeship  X  AGNES LABONTE  you  a safe driver?  SAFE  DRIVING   WEEK  1. The correct following distance on a multi-lane freeway  is one-half that on a two-lane  highway.     True:     False.  2. One taffic death takes place  in Canada on an average of every (a) 100 hours; (b) 100 minutes; (c) 100 seconds, y  3. Compared to ice at iero  degree, ice near melting point is  (a) less slippery (b)rjust ats  slippery (c) twice as slippery.  4. A driver whose license is under suspension is'perrriitted to  drive his car in case of extreme  emergency.     True       False/  5. Courteous drivers stop as  close as possible behind the car  ahead at red lights to make  room for the heavy traffic be-  hind.     True    TFalse.  6. For best visibility, turn on  your windshield wipers as soon  as a few drops of rain or flakes  of snow begin to fall. True False.  7. The most common cause of  one-car crack-ups or mystery  crashes is (a) speed to high for  the conditions (b) faulty steering (c) poorly engineered curves  8. The speed limit permitting,  the defensive driver makes sure  the road ahead is clear for  which of the following distances  before passing another vehicle  at 60 mph? (a) 200 yards (b) 400  yards (c) half a mile.  9. Compared to the recognition  distance provided by white lights  amber lights are (a) just as  effective (b) twice as effective  (c) one-half as effective.  10. The correct precedure  when the motorist hears the siren of an emergency vehicle is  to (a) speed up to get out of  the way (b) signal the driver of  the vehicle to pass (c) pull off  to the right and stop.  Answers:   1 'False;   2���(b);  3���(c); 4 False; 5���False; 6���  False; 7���(a); 8���(c); 9���(c);  10���(c).  VOTE^  We cannot fight progress but progress means better  utilities and these do cost money. % think 'I have proven in  the past that with a well controlled budget these utilities can  be,developed with very little change in lyour tax millrate.  If you vote for me I promise that I will continue to do  everything that is within my power to keep taxes down to a  reasonable and sane level and still fight to make this a clean  better community in which to live.  As water commissioner I helped organize for our new  water system. I have helped with the .expansion of our village boundaries which is now under a- zoning development  planning study. We now have a lease on our own gravel pit  and we are well on our way towards a new' sewer system'.  To the Senior Citizens % pledge my support to help in  any way I can to organize for a new Senior Citizens Residence built on Village property if necessary, and a new  Museum-Library for all.  For the young I am all for (recreation and development  of industry to help keep them with us.  I have been on (Council for 6 years, and am how your  Acting {Mayor.  Go to the Polls and Vote ��� W. Peterson, Mayor  i  ...    > **>��� ��-v-r  *"(.��   ,,.��....,���-   fy.vJ-> ���t���� + '>i  Four retire  . Four teachers in the Sechelt  school district who retired this  year have been made Honorary  life Members in the B.C. Teachers' Federation. They are:  Mrs. Grace Wiren, district employed; Mrs. Muriel Neilson,  Gibsons Elementary; Mrs. Ida  May Anderson, Gibsons Elementary; Miss Irene M. Mac-  Auly; Bowen Island Eleriientary.  In a letter to the retiring (teachers, B.C.T.F. president Jiria  Killeen; said: "Your service to  education and to the young people of our country leaves us in  your debt. Education must be a  social investoient in human potential. It is your personal involvement and contact with  thousands of students that has  made society's investment meaningful.  OPENING  SOON  GIBSONS  E____3_ drugs m  -"fcy    Great Service  ���+r . Great Selection  and BRAND NEW to serve the people of  '^���AyA^  SUNNYCRFST SHOPPING CENTRE, Gibsons PJ  PAUL  COA^t-CBOJ0JtSH  In parliament, many things  are not what they seem to be.  Question period-is such ari in-  stitJution. In -theory, question  period h ah1 occasion for any  member to question cabinet  ministers ,;ori matters of urgent public importance. It is  one of the;very few occasions  on which large numbers of  newspapermen attend the house  of commons and, in this session  as in the last, a time when most  MPs are in their seats.  However, questions of urgent  national. importance are scarcer, on a day to day basis, than  one might suppose. Most of the  40- minute period is takeri Up  with questions designed to embarrass the government, rather  than to elicit information. Opposition members dominate the  period; "Governriient party mem-  bers; who wish to embarrass  ministers have got in thei!r licks  in the privacy of caucus.  Soriietimes question period becomes almost a form of bootleg  debate. Some members consistently ask questions which they  know to be out of order. It elicits no information. Mr. Speaker orders the offender to resume   his   seat.   However   the  offender has, by this tiiriie,  placed his words'on the record  at a moment; when commons is  the most crowded. He is de-  lijghted.    So arehis allies.  This, of course, is a happy  period of the day for Opposition  party member^. iGoveriiment^  back bench members are : less  happy: They' have great 'difficulty in being recognized7 by  Mr. Speaker when they do attempt a question for the speaker tends, quite properly, to give  freest rein to;-' opposition parties on this occasion.  The members of the government are. least happy. They are  sometimes nervous, irritable, apprehensive, ��� alarmed arid frustrated. Question period offers  them everything conductive to  ulcers.     >  As witness to this, I produce  Pjrime: Minister Pierre Elliott  Trudeau, who was brought to  such ; a Estate of mind "recently  that he slammed his fist on his  desk. I do not know if MacKenzie King or St. Laurent ever  hit theiy- desk with their fists,  but I doubt it.      " "}  ?��Ttas 7 shortened parssage ��V  Hansard is worth repeating. It  tells   much   about   parliament,  Coast News, Dec 3, 1969.  the press and personalities: 7  Right^ Hon.* J.6. iiieferibaker  (Eririce Albert); MrJ: Speaker,  I Trise on -a question of privilege. Yesterday ^ 'put some  questajoris to the Prime'Minister,  arid one word that 'makes kll  the difference in the world to  the. statement I made has been  omitted on page 931 of Hansard.  In the U.S.S.R. Mao is -known  as "the" great tiller". Yester-  - day��� I' said, referring to Professor "Lin, that the -last time he  visited Communist China "he  reported on the great tiger to  the prime minister.'' TheT words  in Hansard carry a meaning  that was never intended.. I was  referring to the last time he  went there to visit the great  tiger. I want to make that  clear." '  Rt. Hon. P.E. Trudeau (Prime  Minister): Mr. Speaker, I rise  on a point of order to point put  that in asking the question yesterday the right hon. member  conveyed to the house falsei information.Because your honor  ruled, the question out of order  I was npt able to correct this  infbrmation. This -sort of 'thing  happens all the' time, of course.  Soirie Hon. Members: Oh, oh!  .-'.   Mr.   Diefenbaker:   We   get  it  from the Prime Minister every  ."day'.'"-/1 ':'; .        ,7y:''  Mr. Trudeau: When members  of the opposition ask loaded  questions and convey false ; information, your Honor rules  them out of order. A gain i this  is a perfect example^ of the  right hon. meriiber having stated a felsehopdih his question  and 71 was riot--, ,v;';y  Mr: Speaker:, order please;;..  Mr. Diefenbaker: I rise on a  question of privilege, Mr. Speaker. I am not going to enter into an argument with the prime  minister as to the making of  false statements. We have had  that experience with him, and  regularly. J was simply pointing out that Mr. Lin was a  close friend of the prime minister and had reported to him  the last time oh his visit to  Communist  China ���-.  Mr." Trudeau: Mr. Speaker,  1 must rise; on a guestion' of  privilege. The right htni;-member has just stated two - new  falsehoods. First of all, he said  that I -was a friend of Professor  Lin. "7 '  An Hon. Member: We don't  want excuses. ,'.'"���  Mr. Trudeau: vYou aTe not  interested ih7 the truth? Then 1  will" tell it to sohiebody else. The  right   Hon.   member   said  that  School district No. 4^  BOX 220 ������6!^,B.C:;'.y'^,'i  Notice of Poll ^Election of School Trustees  iuiLMEA-B''  '���     ''     ' ,"' '..���''.'     '      ' ':���      V   .-���'''��� '-������'��������� ' ".'"���  Public notice is hereby given������tothe electors of the School Attendance Zone above mentioned, that a poll has become necessary at the election now pending, and that I have  granted such poll; arid further, that the persons duly nominated as candidates at the  sa:id^election, for whom only votes will be received, are:��� .. 7"!';':'"'���"'".''  THREE TO BE ELECTED:  Surname  Christian Names  Term of  Office  Residential  Address  Occupation  GANSHORN  J. David  2.years  R.R. 1, Gowear Point  Road, Gibsons,* B.C.  Engineer  KITSON  Sheila        v'.7  2 years  R.R. 1, Henry Road  Gibsoris,B.C.  Housewife  MULLIGAN  Bernardi F.  2 years  R.R. 1, Soames Pt.  Gibsons, B.C.  Steam Fitter  SLUIS  Pieter L.  2 years  R.R. 1, Gower.Point  Road, Gibsons, B.C.  Engineer  Such Poll will be opened on the 6th day of December, 1969, between the hours of 8:00  a.m. and 8:00 p.m. at ��� ���" . ���:;":'f '"" 77 ;��� ';,;v ��� '''  Bowen Island Collins Hall  Gamibier Island Veterans* Hall  Port M^  . Laiigdale Elementary School  <      Elphinstone Secondary School  RobertsCreek Ele_rien_a-^ School  Selma Park Community Hall  of which every person is hereby requiredto take 'notice and govern himseH accordingly.  GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 26th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1960.  Returning Officer:  :,/'~  I was a friend of Professor Lin,  a person I have, never met arid  whom /T doriot Imow; Secorid^  the right hon. "member stated  that he   had  reported  to   me.  That is another falsehood. T have  never met him nor  read  any  of   his   papers.   Therefore   this  is falsehood compounded on the  part of the right'hon. member,.  Mr. Diefenbaker:  Mr.  Speaker, the statement that a report  was  made by  Mr.  Lin  to  the  government'   appeared    in the  press moriths ago:  Mr. Trudeau: In the press!  So what's new?.  Mr-. Diefenbaker: And the  prime minister never denied it.  Now he does deny it because  he knows the implication.  Some Hon. Members: Oh, oh!  Mr. Trudeau: Mr. Speaker,  if I were to spend my time denying statements that appear  in the press, or saying whether  what is said in the press is  false or not, I would have time  for nothing else.  Some  Hon.   Members:   Hear,  hear.  U.LC problems  Q. I have been laid Off by my  employer for a period of two  .weeks only. Do I have to be avail  able for a permanent job.before I can qualify for unemployment insurance benefits?  A. No. When a worker is laid  off by his employer for a short  period rif tiriie, he proves his  availability for work��� as required by the Unemployment Insurance Act���by indicating his  willingness to accept temporary  work of a suitable nature-   ;  Q. For years T have been listing  my  wife  as  a  dependant^  but now she has started working part-time. Can I still show  her as my dependant?  A. Your wife can be considered as a dependant for unemployment insurance purposes if  the total of her-part-time earnings plus any unemployment insurance benefit she s entitled  to for a particular week does  not exceed $26.  NOTICE OF POLL  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Public notice is-hereby given to the electors of the Sunshine Coast Regional District that a poll has become necessary at the election now pending and I have granted  such poll; and, further, that the persons duly nominated as candidates for directors at  the said election, for whom, only votes will be received, are:���  Electoral Area  '": -A?:.:.  ' '.    A -  Surname  McQUITTY  TYNER  Other Names  Harold Ross  James Harold  Term of Office  . Two Years  Two Years  Occupation  Resort Owner  Accountant  c  v       C  HUBBS  LYNN  Harvey P.  Albert E..  Two Years  ��� Two Years  Salesman  Butcher  GILKER  MacLEAN  J. Clifford  Ean  One Year  One Year  Retired  Builder  SUCH POLL WILL BE OPENED AT  Electoral Area A Electoral Area C  Egmont School        /      7 Davis Bay School ���  Garden Bay Harbour Marina Electoral Area D y  Madeira Park School :,^Roberts Creek School  On the 6th day of December 1969 between the hours of eight o'clock in the forenoon  and eight o'clock in the afternoon, of which very person is hereby required to take  notice and govern himself accordingly. ::  Given under my hand this 24th day of November 1969.- "   ���  ; ^^ ^  ���~ , - Returning.; Officer  -��\*-\*** -     -������  NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS  Public notice is hereby given to the Electors; of the Village of Sechelt that at the close  of NOMINATIONS for the Offices of Mayor Two (2) Aldermen for a Two (2) year term  of office and One (1) Alderman for a One (1) year term of office, at 12 o'clock NOON on  the 24th day of November A.D. 1969, the following persons have notified me in accordance with the Municipal Act that they are candidates for the Election as:��� ,  SURNAME-  SWAIN  THOMPSON  Other Names  MAYOR  Abode  Occupation  Leslie William Halfmoon Bay, B.C.      Merchant  Morgan Wright Sechelt, B.C. Merchant  One (1) to be elected for Two (2) year term  BENNER  ^ALDERMEN  Joseph 7L.,                   Sechelt,.B.C.  Merchant  NEI&ON  Harold E.                    Sechelt, B.C.  Two (2) to be elected for Two (2) year term  Linesman  ALDERMAN  FLAY     v  George W,                   Sechelt, B.C.  Barber  PARKER  Frank P.  ;                   Sechelt, B.C.  Retired  One (1) to be elected for One (1) year term  And further take notice that, there being no other nominations for the office of Aldermen  for a TWO YEAR term and by virtue of the powers vested in me as RETURNING OFFICER, I hereby declare the above named JOSEPH L. BENNER and HAROLD E. NELSON, to be elected by acclamation to the office of ALDERMAN for the Term January 1st  1970 to DECEMBER 31st, 1971.  And further take notice that a Poll has become necessary at the Election now pending  to Elect a Mayor and One Alderman, and that I have granted such Poll. Such Poll will  be opened at the Canadian Legion Hall, Sechelt, B.C., on the 6th day of December 1969,  betvveen the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. of which every person is hereby required; to take  notice and govern himself accordingly.  GIVEN UNDER MY HAND at Sechelt, B.C., this 26th day of November A.D. 1969. >  W. J. Mayne,  RETURNING OFFICER COAST  NEWS   CLASSIFIED   ADS   Coast News   Dec 3,  1969  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.  CONING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons,. 886-2827  Thurs.,  Fri.,Sat.   Dec.   4,   5,   6  at 8 p.m.  Saturday Matinee, 2 pm.  RINGS OF BRIGHT WATER  Stars  of   Born  Free  Bill Travers Virginia McKenna  Mon.,    Tues.,    Wed.,     8���9���10  at 8 p.m.  Double Feature  Paul Newman  HOMBRE  also  PRUDENCE AND THE PILL  Deborah Kerr      David Niven  In  Color        ADULT  Dec. 5: Gibsons United Church  Women Holly Tea and Boutique,  2 - 4 p.m., church Hall.  Dec. 6 I.O.J.D. Bake and white  elephant sale, Tasella Block  Sechelt. 12 noon to 2 p.m.  Dec. 8 A.P.O.,, General meeting, changed to Dec. 8, 2 p.m.  Health Centre, Gibsons.  Dec. 12, Roberts Creek Hospital  Auxiliary fourth annual coffee  party and home bake sale, Friday, 10 to 12:30, Roberts Creek  Library.  MISC. FOR SAU  BIRTHS  COMEAU ��� Felix and Linda  are happy to announce the arrival of their first child, a  daughter, Lorena Colleen, 7 lb.  14 oz. on Nov. 23, 1969 at St.  Mary's  Hospital  Sechelt.  INMEMORIAM  CHARMAN ��� In loving memory  of a wonderful father arid grandfather, Alfred John Charman,  who passed away Dec. 4, 1968.  Fondly remeiribered by his  family.  CHARMAN ���- In cherished  memory of "A.JC." Sadly  missed^by, many friends. ; y  EMMERSON -��� In loving memory of my father, Isaac Em-  merson, who passed away Dec.  2, 1958. Sadly missed but not  forgotten.. Bette   Myers  CARD OF THANKS  My sincere thanks to all my  relations and friends for their  sympathetic words and many  jkindnesses, cards, letters and  floral offerings during my recent bereavement. A sptecia.  thanks to Dr. Inglis and the  Harvey Funeral Home. Also ��� a  special thanks to three young  men for their many kindnesses.  Florence Johnson Ken, Bob and  Jacquie.  WORK WAM1H)  Baby sitting or housekeeping in  Gibsons area. 1558 S. Fletcher  Rd. Gibsons.  High school student wants jobs  baby sitting any day after 1 p.m.  Reserve now for New Year's.  50c per hour. Call Sharen at  886-2512.  Baby sitting. Reliable and experienced. Phone 886-9952.  Backhoe available. Water lines  and septic tanks installed, ph.  886-2231 days, 886-2171 evenings.  Do you require bookkeeping,  statements, balance sheets, and  personal income tax? Phone  886-9331.  DIVERS  available for salvage jobs, any  type. Contact Jim Rogers, 886-  7715 or 886-9662.  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  PERSONAL  Amazing quick relief for discomfort of mouth sores, white  canker spots, dental pla'te sores,  tender gums, with Fletcher's  Sore-Mouth medicine. $1 at  Kruse Drug Store No. 1.  Boys bicycle, new condition, age  7���15 years, complete with chain  guard, kick stand, rear carrier,  front and rear lights, generator,  speedometer, wrenches; battery  operated mantle radio; new  barbed wire, light and heavy  gauge, 50 and 75 lb. rolls;  Briggs and Stratton 1 Vz hp.  engine with P's-Vs pitch pro-  pellor and 5'x%" bronze shaft,  good condition; new Sony poc  ket size transistor radio, model  2R���28,$8: new toy transformer,  115 volt a.c. 60 cycle, output  75 watts, for electric train or  road racer set, 5���15 volts or  15 volts direct, with control;  toys and games, Hockey game,  table tennis, badminton, dinky  toys,train set, pioneer logs etc.  Phone 886-2126.  YEAR  END   USED  EQUIPMENT PRICES  DOZERS  2 x JD 1010  4,300.  2xJD2010.. 5,400.  TD9   Winch   Canopy. I.. 1,800.  JD   350    D5L. 6,700.  LOADERS  3 x JD  350 ....8,500.  3  x   JD   450    ...13,800.  2 x JD 450 4.ini  .14,500.  2   x   JD   1010    ..4,950,  310   CASE ..-. 3,500.  420   CASE        - . 2,900.  H3 Allis   Chalmers    4,900.  JD   440 .-.  .3,300.  6   DIFFERENT  MAKE  BACK-  HOES     2,350. to 7,700.  Link Belt Rotascope Excavator.      .......7,800.  Insley   ^Backhoe. .2,400.  Berger Air Tongs     900.  JD 440 Skidder   8,900  PARDEE EQUIPMENT LTD.  YOUR JOHN DEERE DEALER  Days 879-9421. Eves. 988-9715.  MISC FOR SALE (Ontfd)  SPORTING GOODS  Hardware and appliances  Where your dollar has more  cents  EARL'S IN GIBSONS  886-9600  WANTED  Second hand piano in good condition.  Phone  886-2422.  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SAIE  '56 Oldsmobile   phone    886-7418  1965 Chev. pickup, auto.''trans^7  Excellent condition, phone 886-  2343 after 6 p.m. ,  '59 Oldsmobile. Phone 886-9686,  '60 Chev 6 std. Good mechanical  condition. Offers. 886-9379 after  6 p.m.  SUNSHINE iOAST REAL ESTATE  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Daytona banked wall one thirty  second scale Road race set,  over 36 ft. of track. Phone days  885-2818. Evenings 886-2600.        7  Walnut dining table, 36"x48"  opens to 60", i$25. Phone 886-  2978. ���".".."���  Boys 3 speed bike. Good condition $15.  phone  886-9972  1 new Coleman heater with  blower, trade for cement mixer lumber or 2 doors and casings  phone>886-2732. y . t   _.  ,.  "Bearman", 5 yr. old Appaloo^  sa gelding, 15.1 hand, 1000 lbs.  well colored, well broke for  children or adults, good trail  horse, guaranteed sound. $300  or nearest, phone 886-7734.  Combination gas stove/heater,  4 burner range, white; auto,  oven. Also gas hot water tank.  All in excellent condition. Must  sell. Phone 886-2816 anytime after 5 p.m.  FALL REDUCTION  ON ALL FRUIT TREES  BULBS ��� HALF PRICE  Available at all times  Peat Moss, Garden Lime  Fertilizers  WYNGAERT  ENTERPRISES  Gibsons 886-9340  HEALTH FOOD CENTRE  Distributors for  Health Food Centre,  Winnipeg  Featuring Also  Farm Fresh Eggs  Unpasteurized Honey (Bulk)  Unbleached Flour  Healthful Cereals  Sundried Fruits  Pontiac Potatoes  50 lb.  $2.69  WYNGAERT  ENTERPRISES  Gibsons 886-9340  OPEN EVENINGS  FEED  For Almost Every Need  Dog Meal Crumbles, 50 lb. $4.49  Pigeon Mix 50 lb. $4.00  WYNGAERT  ENTERPRISES  Gibsons 886-9340  SALE OR TRADE _  23 ft. Aluminum house trailer,  value  $1500.  Phone  886-7161 or  write B. Nygren, Box 247, Gilb-  sons.  .   '���         IF IT'S SUITS - IT'S MORGANS  885-9330, Sechelt  Alfalfa for sale. $60 a ton. J.&  S Enterprises Ltd. Phone 886-  7123.  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales, Ph.  885-9713. Secheit.  ���Lawnmowers���  ���Outboards���  - ���Chain Saws���  Repaired and Serviced  Authorized Dealer  ���Yamaha Outboards���  ���Lawnboy Mowers���  ���Homedite Saws���  ���Sabre Saw Chain���  NUTS & BOLTS  Head of Wharf  886-2838  For membership of explosive re  quiremenU contact Wiljo Wireri  selling agent, Howe Sound  Farmers Institute, Reed Road,  Gibsons, 886-2014. Stumping or  ditching powder, dynamite, electric or regular caps, prima-  cord, etc.  Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone  886-2979 or 885-9327 after 5 p.m;  COMPRESSED AR  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, 886-9303  FUELS  Fireplace Alder ��� split and  delivered 16"   and   20"   $18  per  cord.   $15   per  cord ��� ���  four or    more.    Phone 886-  7766 or 886-9314.  COAL & TOTEM LOGS  Don't get caught like you did  last year  PRATT, ROAD  AUTO WRECKERS  Drumheller Lump  Drumheller Egg  Heatglow Briquettes  -,   X..... Phone;886ff535:.-���������." 7-,.,^  .. ���.-7.:,-.. --..ALDER.-   Split and cut to length. Delivered. Phone 885-9769.  Alder firewood for sale. Phone  886-9959. -  LIVESTOCK  Board   for  horses.   Phone   886-  7479 after 5 p.m.  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.  fORRENT  2 bedroom, fully glassed sun  porch, full basement. Phone  112-731-1658.  Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1  block to stores. No pets. After  6.     886-7054.  Clean redecorated apartments,  furnished or unfurnished, available now in Seaside Plaza. Under new management. Phone  886-;2924. or 886-7240.  (1) Cozy waterfront 1 bedroom,  all electric, lower log cabin  suite.  (2) Winterized waterfront 2  bedroom side^by-side duplex, unfurnished. R. K. Vernon, Gower  Point Road, 886-2887.  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  IN GIBSONS  MAPLE CRESCENT  NEW DELUXE APARTMENT  1, 2, 3 bedroom aip&rtmenrs vacant now. FREE heat, washig  facilities, drapes, blinds, parking, water, garbage collect  tion. Colored appliances and  plumbing. Luxury living at low  ���ost Phone 886-2905  Waterfront: mobile home space.  Good beach area. Laundromat  under construction. Bonniebrook  Camp and Trailer Park. The  Vernons. 886-2887,  WANTED TO RENT  2 or 3 bedroom house furnished  or unfurnished.  Phone 886-2967.  BOYLE ROAD, modern house  on 5 acres, mostly cleared and  fenced, some wooded area. A  delightful rural atmosphere, yet  close to North Road. $14,700,  terms.  886-2481  LANGDALE, some privately  owned lots, one is cleared with  first, class view, others , are  wooded with view potential.' All  these priced at $3,300, some on  terms. We also have lower priced lots here, from $2,250- upwards.  886-2481  ROSAMUND ��� attractive rebuilt little house, fully serviced,  facing Chaster. Half cash on  $10,500 could do it.  886-2481  VETERANS ROAD, try half  cash on $3,000 F.P. for large  lot {V/z acre's) with 127 ft. RF,  nice trees and fully serviced.  Taxes  $40.   -  886-2841  LANGDALE,. overlooking Howe  Sound, large 4 bdrm home, double car port, dble plumbing,  spacious living room and kitchen leading out to sun deck.-  Wall to wall carpets, cathedral  entrance. Rec. room, laundry  room and workshop on lower  floor. F.P. $27,500.  886-2481  GIBSONS, overlooking park and  view, 3 yr. old home, with large  LR, modern kitchen and bathroom, electric heat. Fridge and  range go with house. Three bedrooms, one unfin. Sundeck at  front and side. F.P. $16,000.  886-2481 7  MEMBER, MULTIPLE  LISTING SERVICE  LISTINGS  WANTED  Representing Zurich and  Western Union Insurance  Mr. Crosby Mr. White  Eves. 886-2098       Eves 886-2985  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public  V   pARLESp^  > Real Estate % insurance  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS, B.C. Ph. 886-2481  GIBSONS: 1 view acre, with  older type 2 bedroom house:  $12,500, with $8,000 or offers,  down;1" ��� yr- T-.',:.y\.   ���-���  SOAMES POINT: 3 bedroom  view home on large lot, $12,500  ��� full'-price, cash to 8% mtge of  approx. $.65000. Basement, A-oil  furnace. . 7-7w,  GOWER   POINT:    Two   room  view cottage with fireplace, dn  3 acres waterfront, mostly selectively cleared1. $10,000 down  on $26,000.  GIBSONS: Three ibedroom waterfront home/level fenced lot,  shade trees; $33,000 full price,  Cash to approx. $12,000 7i% mtge  or Vendor will carry second  mtge on part balance.  TWO BUSINESSES: Bright and  profitable. Details available.  Lots and Acreage.  List where the action is.  OPEN MONDAY THROUG0  SATURDAY  LIST WHERE THE ACTION IS  MEMBER ��� MULTIPLE  LISTING SERVICE  S  EWART McMYNN REALTY*  Notary Public   -;  Box 238 Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2248  E. McMynn, 886-2500  Do Wortmari, 886-2393  Vince Prewer 886-9359.  PROPBOT FOR SALE  TEXADA ISLAND  2 level1 lots by store, Gillies  Bav. SEA VIEW. 10,400 sq: ft.  area for $5,000.00. Cleared,water  in. Handy to power, phone, TV  cable. Box, 60, Gillies Bay.  Ph:  486-7433.  1 acre cleared with water, Rosa-  munde Rd.,  Gibsons. Call 886-  y7479 after 5.  View lot for sale, 76' x 265' deep  Centre Gibsons. Phone 886-2861  evenings.  WATERFRONT  Best on the; Sunshine Coast,  acreage or lots, fully serviced,  fantastic view;" Phone 885-9683.  Halfmoon Bay.  New two bedrm home on sandy  beach. Boat launch, garden, fruit  trees. Fully insulated, concrete  basement, electric heating. Full  price $27,500. Terms. Call DON  TAIT, 883-2284.  ROBERTS CREEK: Just one  left. 1 ac with highway frontage  in good location. Water line in  front. $3,000; full price.  GIBSONS: $3,000 down gives  possession of cozy 3 rooms and  utility, ^i block to beach. No  hills to climb.  Full price only  $9,000.  Panoramic view from this 100'  x 132' level lot, faces on blk top  and has lane along one side for  excellent access. A real buy  at oy $2,750 cash.  Older home in desireable location, few steps to shopping and  beach. 2 bdrms, lge. view living  room, kitchen and utility. Priced for quick sale at only $11,300  Terrns too.  Charming 3 bedroom home with  commanding view of Howe  Sound. Attractive cathedral entrance brings you into spacious  living room with fireplace and  adjoining dining room. Sliding  glass door opens from living 7  room to deck. Convenient cabinet kitchen and lge breakfast  room. W-W throughout in attractive nutmeg color. The full  concrete bsmt. has utility area  and A-oil furnace and the balance is ready to finish as you  desire. Lot is attractively landscaped. Black top drive to lge.  carport. See this one with us  before you buy.  Approx. 38 ac. with, lge hwy.  frontage. Superior S-D or holding property. $20,000 cash - firm  K. BUTLER REALTY  & Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  GIBSONS  ��� Large, fully serviced lot on highway in Vil-  , lage;   close to schools, etc.  Offered at exceptionally low  price of $2,500.  ���Waterfront ��� fully - ser-  t viced lot with spectacular  view and 200 feet curving  coastline. This is a choice  retirement homesite in an  area of beautiful homes.  Full price $10,500, terms. ,  GAMBIER ISLAND ��� Waterfront, 4Vf_ acres. Have your  place in the sun on the sea  with   this   delightful,   park-  -"��� v like property with-safe, sandy beach; rarrip and float in  protected water. Spacious  family home faces south. An  investment in health, wealth  and happiness for the whole  family. Full price only $32,-  500.  SOUTH PENDER HARBOUR ���  8V��   acres  with  1,100   feet  ; highway frontage. This pro-  ��perty   is   well   treed   and  slopes towards the west. Excellent   investment   at   the  7   full price of $9,500 on terms.  FINLAY REALTY til).  Gibsons Coquitlariv  "    ���   Call Morton Mackay  -886-99001, eves 886-7088  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  777 Hornby St. 688-3501  Vancouver^  Half acre semi-wf lots 100'  wide, beach access, southern  slope, best fishing. Two at $7500  two at $8500.     . -������'���������,'  W2 acres^with 280' highway  frontage, 1400' deep view to Gulf  and islands. $5500 ��� $1500 dn.  SO mo. ��� 11%.  150' highway frontage, 425*  depth. Small trailer park, 2 sites  developed and rented. $7500.  133'Francis Pen. wf., 14 acres  $15,000.      :7y7..;.:.-7:'vy7-'-'    y>,y,  300/ wf; in Pender Harbour,.  $12,000 Cash.  JACK WARN, 886-7244  886-2681 ,(ev.)?  PROPERTY WANTED  Wanted, one or two acres with  livable   accommodation   at   or  near Roberts Creek. Details to -  ; Box 1082 Coast News. Gibsons.  Wanted Ttobuyi Gibsons  area,  small   house;   !Box~1083   Coast v  News Gibsons.  HAROLD R. McQUITTY  Regina born who moved to B.C.  when nine, with his; parents. He  has been approached by people  in Pender.Harbour area to seek  election to the Regional District  board in Area A, the directorship of which is now held by J.  H. Tyner.  Mr. McQuitty served in Canada and overseas in; the RCAF  four years and after the war  operated automobile carriers,  eventually starting up his own  freight transportation system.  This grew to the point where it  was bought by a competitor.  Mr. McQuitty after a year in  retirement decided on taking  over Larson's Madeira Park Resort.  If elected Mr. McQuitty announces he will attend all meetings-of the Regional board arid  serve the area to the best of his'  ability.  REAL ESTATE  1394  100 feet highway frontage, Gib  sons village. Hydro and water  to property line. South slope.  Cleared. $5,500.  1020  Attractive two bedroom bungalow. Large, panelled living  room. Fireplace. Utility room.  New automatic furnace. Over  two "acres: Good potential for  subdivision. Near schools and  shopping. F.P. $22,000 ��� terms.  1309  Waterfront. One bedroom home.  Concrete basement. Many extras. Level, beautifully landscaped lot. Quiet street. Ideal for retired couple. D.P. $6,500, terms.  1330  Excellent view lot, two blocks  to shopping, $3,500.  :^V'':''7:v'V.'";v'1308 '.  Large residential lot near Rob  erts Creek park. $3,500.  1244  Single   bedroom   cottage   on  large  lot.   All electric.  Village  water. $10,000 ��� offers.  Call C. R Gathercole  Phone 886-7015.  Peter Smith  Phone 885-9463.  Member Multiple Listing Services of Vancouver Real Estate  Board. -^  Agencies Ltd.  Realty & Insurance  Gibsons  Marine Drive  Box 369  886-7015  Sechelt  Cowrie St.  ���������" Box 155  885-2161  CONSTRUCTION  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES  Sechelt.  Phone 885-228?  Everything tor yout  building needs  LOST  Missing, 2 girls bikes, one Mustang one Blackhawk, from Maple Crescent apts. Anyone knowing their whereabouts please  phone 886-7418 or 886-7144.  FOUND  Brown. and Tan pup found in  Port Mellon last week, please  phone S.P.C.A. 886-9873  Large   orange   and white   torn  cat, vicinity  Granthams  Land-  . ing.   Owner   please  phone   886-  7227.  PETS  Poodles, '������ grooming, clipping.  Years of experience. Telephone  886-2601. SOCCER ,  Gibson-srGougars   - - 1  Sechelt Tee^Vfen 0  R. C. Thunderbirds   .  Local 297      Local 297 won on  default.       - ���"   -' '  Division. 6  Shop Easy  Sechelt Timbermen  Division 4  Gibsons Chargers  Sechelt Legion  Res. Braves  Gibsbns Legion  0  5  1  4  1  Coast News, Dec. 3, 1969.  FOOD   IS  A BARGAIN  Food continues to be one of  the biggest Canadian bargains,  says I. F. Furniss of the Canada Department of Agriculture's  economic branch iri a recent  study. In bis report; he notes  that Canadians today spend  about a. fifth of their disposable income on food. That compares with more than a quarter  in the immediate postwar years.  PASSPORT PHOTOS  at the Coast News  CYCLE SALES & SERVICE  . ��� \ .\ ���'��� ���'���'���'���..���    '  t^ AVAILABLE AT  \^.:y.Ml&^^^ y-^  ON THEJVHARF  All Models will lie Available  Buy NOW for Ghnstinas  I have served the community of Gibsons and  District over the past 12  years in many community committees and projects.  I would like to continue  to do so as your alderman. Your vote on my  behalf would permit me  to carry on.  FOR 1 YEAR ALDERMAN  J1  'V  SS  SATURDAY EVENING SPECIAL ��� DEG. 6  How about a different and relaxing night out at  LORD JIM'S? Start with a swim. Then you are in  the mood for a hearty dinner. Mix with this dinner,  Music, Sing-Along and Dancing in the Sunshine  Coast's most beautiful Lodge and the evening  is complete  BY RESERVATION ONLY��� $11.00 Couple  Phone 885-2232  OPEN DAILY for ��� BREAKFAST��� LUNCH ��� DINNER  Arrange your reservations for Groups, Baniq-uets and  Parties EARLY. There is more for you at a  ."   Reasonable price'at LORD JIM'S  MAKE YOUR RESERVATION NOW for family dinners  at Christmas and New Year Season  3_.qrbS ftm' ILooqjt  I     R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay  Phone 885-2232  r  E & M BOWLADROME  Open Bowling: weekly Bonanza winners: 7 Ar'A  Ricky Simpkins 393  Denise Littlejohn 340.  , High scores for the week:  Frank Nevens 768 (299), Melvin Jay 711 (298), Taffy Greig  740 (291), Marion- Lee 665 (291).  Ladies: Bonnie McConnell 542  (244), Pat Muryn 534 (230), Hazel Wright 565 (217), Vera Farr  590 (225), Iva Peterson 577 (215)  Irene Jewitt 560 (219), Janet  Hart 516 (212), Marion Lee 665  (291), Pat Verhaulst 547, Melody  Henry 523, Pat Comeau 501".  Gibsons A: Red Day 269^ Alex  Robertson 238, Ann Thompson  240, Marilyn Ellis 249, Carol  McGivern 231, Virginia Reynolds 617 (244), Freeman Reynolds 691 (243, 240), Frank,Nevens 718 (299, 233), Len Ellis  660 (271), Dan MacKay 607 (266)  Sylvia Bingley 657 (219, 233),  Art Holden 626 (285).  Teachers: John Epp 605 (233),  Melvin Jay 711 (29��, 267), Frank  Neverisi  768  (251,  201),  Robert  OPEN BOWLING  WEEKLY BONANZA  PROMOTED THIS WEEK by  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES Ltd.  See our wide selection of wall  panelling ranging from $3.99  to $23.00  Large stock of insulation,.  Paint, rolled' roofing, etc  All goods.for weatherpropfing  and Interior Renovations  E & M BOWLADROME  THE LITTLE STORE  with the  BIG VARIETY  GOTO  GILMORE'S  VARIETY  for all yonr  Christmas Cards  Decorations, etc.  GIFTS FOR ALL  THE FAMILY  HEADQUARTERS FOR  SEWING SUPPLIES  including  BUTTERICK PATTHfNS  IN STOCK  (3,000 of them)  LAY AWAY ORDERS  TAKEN NOW  Phone 885-9343  ''���IJti&Mi&fc^Z^iw&tt  Sechelt  Oorlett 210, Diana Lukashuk 226  Larry Farr 254, Dave Kennett  220, Randy Boyes 2%$y  Thurs.   Nite:   Mavis  Stanley  662 (229), Hugh Inglis 602 (224)  Taffy Greig 740 (248, 291), BUI  Small 606 (245), Ben Prest 640  (252), Art Holden 692 (265, 220),  Gene Turenne 222, Peter. Mouzakis 216, Art Coniveau 258.  Juniors (2 games): Deborah  Hill 224, Susan Charlesworth 245  Stephen Charlesworth,279 (153),  Bruce Green 287 (li55), John Volen 387 (221, 166); Tim Olson  293 (156), Brad Quarry 275 (151)  Michael Hansom 254 (168), David;  'Wilson 286 (154), Terry Verhaulst 278 (170), Aksdair Irvine  281 (154) Ian McKenzie 332 (195)  Paul Scott 405 (217,188),Dahny  Girard7221, Leonard Green 261,  Gerry McConnell 278, Danny  Zueff 277, Teresa Wilson 20k  BILL NIMMO  Aidermanic Candidate  Is providing transportation for Gibsons voters,  to and from the Polling StatJoSri  on Election Day, Dec. 6, 1969  Anyone wishing Io use this service  Please phone 886-2722  Sfr'/  A truly lovely selection ^of gifts for  your Special Girl!  at Bishop's Ladies' Wear  Choose from our smart Dresses, blouses, knitwear; slacks & fops, pant-suits,  fine lingerie, house coats, hand bags and costume jewelry  .... .  Anything that will please a woman you wil) find here!  -���*.--. * *  We will assist the Gentleman Shopper in selecting the right present and gift wrap  H. Bishop Ladies' Wear  Phone 885-2002 Ladies'Wear is our Only Business  BLACKTOP  DRIVEWAYS  PARKING AREAS  Repair Service  If you have an Asphalt area  that requires repair call us.  we will co-ordinate this in  our Work Program.  Complete Program  MACHINE GRADED  MACHINE SPREAD  MACHINE ROLLED  OUR ESTIMATES  ARE FREE  Winter Works Program at a Saving to you  Our men and equipment are available to you on this program for a limited time  only. If you have considered asphalt surfacing, why not call us now and just see  how little it DO IT HOW!  VALLEY  PAVING LTD.  CALL THE  BLUE SKY  MOTEL  885-9987  BY POPULAR REQUEST -- SATURDAY, DEG. 6 - THE WESTERN DRIFTERS  Real hot band from Vancouver  SMORGASBORD -DANCING  Reservatons Only���..��� $6.00 per couple. Smorgasbord from 7 p.m. -���Dance 9 - ?  DRIVE-IN DINING ROOM  PHONE 885-2311  HIGHWAY 101, SECHELT, B.C.  DANCING ONLY  No Smorgasbord  After 9 p.m.  $3.00 per couple (By a Practicing Lawyer)  Q. I have been told thai if a  person is deserted by their wife  or husband, there must be a  three-year waiting period before  a divorce, but otherwise it is  five years. Is'.this right?  A. Not quite. If the couple  have been living separate and  apart because of desertion by  the petitioned (the person suing), the period is five years.  For a similar separation for any  reason other than the petitioner's desertion���such as the desertion by the -respondent (the  person being sued), or their  separation by agreement��� the  period is three years.  Q. I have heard that you can  get a divorce on grounds of  three years' separation if your  husbands deserts and also that  it is good grounds for divorce if  he has disappeared for three  years but that the second way  is more complicated and expensive. Now if he has disappeared  for three years, it is obvious  that there is three years' separation��� so why not just do it  the simpler way.  " A. The difference is procedural. In general, the respondent  must be personally? served with  a copy of the divorce petition.  WANTED  Used furniture or what  %   ������������-.   have you ,  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  AL'S USED FURNITURE  Gibsons ���886-28121  (Copyright)  If, however, the grounds are  three years' di^ppeararice, the  Court may order that the re-,  sponderit be 'served by some  other way such as advertising  in a'newspaper. You are right :  about the complications and expenses.  Q. My. husband and I have  quarrelled for years���he drinks  and shouts and swears and  throws (things around. I finally  took the children and left our  jointly - owned house. I know  that if a wife deserts her husband, lie does not have to support her. Can't I get him for  desertion and get a divorce?  A. Desertion is not grounds  for a divorce. ,It does indeed  sound as it your husband's;cony,  duct has forced you out of the  house and yoii are correct that  in these circumstances, the law  regards him as having deserted  you. This is known as constructive ���' desertion. This is  grounds for a judicial separation after two years. If you  want a. divorce, you should see  a lawyer about suing oh grounds  of mental cruelty-. In either case,  the usual other remedies follow���- Alimony before trial, permanent maintenance, security  'fdr costs, support for 'the children, etc. You should also take  steps to sell "the jointly-owned  house. You are entitled to one-  half the net proceeds from this.  EFFICIENT FISH  No creatures 'are such^masters of their" natural element"as  fish, not even ;birdsi v/itK their  apparently /effortless soaring  ancl gliding; A fish' can remain  motionless5;for as' long��� ,aW%it  likes, it: can 7inOye forward of  (backwards an imperceptible degree, it can spurt forward from  scratch at high speed-- it can go  up or down with supreme ease.  Furthermore, the shape of a  fish is ideal for swift, sinuous  movement and its underwater  streamlining is perfect,   . :  New parcel post rates  Coast News, Dec. 3, 1969.  The Hon. Eric Kierans announced a new parcel post rate  structure is to be introduced in  the' Northwest Territories. The  change will coincideJ with the  revision of Domestic Parcel Post  rates which'goes into effect Jan.  1, 1970.  The initial effect of the new  rate structure will be the standardization of parcel post fates.  At present, general parcel post  rates apply to about 27 percent  of    the    households    receiving  mail service in ithe  Northwest  Territories.  For the remaining  communities ' which comprise  about 73 percent of the households, there aire five' special  rates in effect. The new rate-  structure will be, common to all  communities without exception.  At the same time it will bring  the rates for lightweight parcels  more in line with the new adjacent province rates of the general Canada wide post rate  structure.  IT'S UP TO YOU!  SAFE DRIVING WEEK  DEC.H     ',  SUNSHINE COAST DIRECTORY  WANT SOMETHING DONB  You'll find the help yeu need!  in the directory  CANADIAN PROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2185  Secondary  * f*�� ^w^vw^-*>   f<"'2>y  y-s/*.  For Real Estate on the  Sunshine Coast  K.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest. Shopping Centre  Gibsons A~t 886-2481  Adult   education  this school term. ���  At     Elphinstone  School:  ",'��� TBadminton  ending April1 8  Ceramics   ending  April  6  Commerce .ending April 6 '  Keep   Fit ending April  6  Log Scaling ending April 21  Oil Painting ending April 6  Power   Squadron   ending  Ap-  'ril.6  ":'  Upholstery ending April* 6  Welding ending, April 13  Welding endingi April 16      ,���  Pender    Harbour    Secondary  ��� School; v. y;'yy '7';'7 7' yy,yyyy-y .  Adult Band ending April 10  Badminton ending April 10  General Shop ending April 17  Keep Fit ending March 31  Oil Painting ending April 13  Bowen     Island  7 Elementary  School:  ^Ceramics ending April 8  Oil Painting ending April 8  Gibsons   Elementary   School:  Floor Hockey ending April 17  Volleyball ending April 17.  ^LACK JSTAMPS ' -  A change in color from orange  to black for Canada's 6c regular issue stamp and commemorative stamps honouring the  Northwest Territories Centennial -  and Louis Riel have been incorporated into the Canada Post Office 1970 stamp program.  MAVERICK ��� FALCON  1  ��  I  <  8  FAIRLANE r- MUSTANG ��� T-BIRDS  >-��� ���     .1   ������-.��������� ;    '.   *A  M  I  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.  .f��'  as  I  to  ALSO Al SELECTED USED CARS  Cut out this ad for future use  THE run  GIBSONS GOOD NEIGHBOR SERVICE  Need help? Call The FISH!  DAYS (9 1)1 9)  886-7086  or  886-2052  NIGHT (Emergencies)  886-7410  or  886-2333  Bill McPHEDRAN  Electrical Contractor  Free Estimates  886-7477 ,<  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS  WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS  886-2248  classes   for  M/T CONSTRUCTION  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  on the Sunshine Coast  Custom Home Builders  Mike Thomas ��� 886-7495  Cliff Hanson ��� 886-2704  Write Box 709, Gibsons, B.C.  VILLAGE STORE  GIBSONS  Phone 886-7460  Always ;-aj fresh stock of     ;7  Groceries, Meats, Confectiohery  S^  7 DAYS A WEEK  HADDOCKS CABANA MARINA  All Electric Cabins  Boat Rentals  Launching  Ramp  MERCURY OUTBOARD  Sales & Service  Marine Ways ��� Repairs  Madeira   Park   ��� Ph.   883-2248  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES  Everything for your building  needs  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2283  HANSEN'S TRANSFER Ltd.  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  General, Freight from  Vancouver to all points  Heavy Hauling  Furniture Moving  Warehouses: Gibsons 886-2172  .A Sechelt 885-2118  0CEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Custom built cabinetry for  home and office  KITCHEN SPECIALISTS  R. BIRKIN  Phone 886-2551  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  TASELLA SHOP  Ladies ��� Mens ��� Childrens  Wear ��� Yard Goods ��� Wool  and Staples ��� Bedding  Linens  Dial 885-9331 Sechelt, B.C.  VERNON & SON BULLDOZING  LAND  CLEARING  LOGGING '^EXCAVATING  ROAD BUltDING  7 Free Estimates  Service and  Satisfaction  Guaranteed  Phone 886-2887  SUNSHINE COAST SERVICE Ltd,  Wilson Creel-  Phone 885-9466  Auto Glass Replacement  a Specialty  COLLISION REPAIRS  24-Hour Towing ��� Ph. 886-2811  Latest Equipment for  Frame & Wheel Alignment  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES Ltd.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas, Diesel Repairs, Welding  EVINRUDE SALES  O.M.C. Parts and Service  Phone 886-7411  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  BOB LEB  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Phone 883-2412 or 883-2265  SICOTTE BULLDOZING Lfd.  ��� ROAD  GRADING  ��� LAND  CLEARING  ��� ROAD  BUILDING  Phone 88<i-?357  JOHN HIND-SMITH  refrigeration &  major Appliance service  Port Mellon "to~ Pender Harbour  Used Refrigerators for Sale  Phone 886-2*31  From - a.m. to 5:30 p.m  Res. 886-9949  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE Ltd.  Machine Shop  ��� Arc & Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating  Marine Ways  Automotive & Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721  Res.   886-9956 ��� 886-9326  C & S SALES  For all your heating  '     requirements  Agents for  ROCKGAS PROPANE  'Also Oil Installations  Free Estimates  FURNITURE  Phone 885-9713  JOHN'S WOODWORKING  SHOP  All types of cabinets  SHOWROOM '  '  Old  Telephone Building  Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons  Phone 886-7211  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  SCOWS   -   LOGS  Heavy Equipment Movmfe  & Log Towing  ;        s Phone 88S-942B   SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER PARK  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway  -    ���      : .   t , -  f ���  Roomy Parking, Plenty  of Water-  Large Recreation Area  Bus Passes Park Site  Phone 886-9826  KB WELDING  PORTABLE  Phone 886-7042  Serving the Sunshine Coast  MORRISON ELECTRIC  Now Sen ing  the Sunshine Const  -  *   <, with  Quality Wirir.e  Phone 886-2690  SEASIDE PLUMBING  FREE ESTIMATES  A COMPLETE PLUMBING  SHOP ON WHEELS  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  COPPING MOTORS Lfd.  authorized  Sales & Service Dealers  for  VOLKSWAGE5N  International Trucks  Honda Motorcycles  Sportsman Canopies  Pam-Top Canopies  Starcraft Boats  -   Sportsman Boats  . Parts? We Stock 'Em!  Sechelt ��� 885-2812  NEVENS RADIO & TV  DEALER FOR  PHILIPS  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  RtA VICTOR  SALES & SERVICE  To all Makes  Phone 886-2280  PARKINSON'S HEATING Ltd.  Gibsons  ESSC OIL FURNACE  N   Down Payment ��� Bank Int.  Ten Years to Pay  Complete line of Appliances  for Free Estimates call 889-2728  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES & SERVICE     ..  Hot Water Heating'  Building & Alterations  Davis Bay Rd., RR.l.  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2118  EXPERT REPAIRS  TO  5"��� AUTOMATIC WASHERS  ��� AUTOMATIC DRYERS  ��� DISHWASHERS  Factory Trained on all Makes  also  VACUUM CLEANERS  NUTS   &   BOLTS  Ph  886-2838  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER Lfd.  Household Moving & Storage  Complete Packing  Packing Materials fdr Sale  Member Allied Van Lines  Phone 886-2664 ��� R.R.1 Gibsons  Phone 886-2808  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES Lfd.  Everything  for  your building  / needs  Free Estimates  Mileage is Our Business  v .vat''' ���������'���sS V>  Gibsons SHELL Service  ��� Top   Quality   Shell   products  ��� Lubrication and Oil  PENINSUU PLUMBIHG  KEATING & SUPPLIES  (Formerly. Rogers Plumbing)  >r v'*.*belt Highway & Pratt Rd.  SALES & SERVICE  Poii Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  Phone 886-9533  A. E. RITCHEY  FOR RENTAL  Jacks, Pumps  Concrete Vibrator  Phone 886-2840  ��� Complete Motor Tuneup  ��� 'Complete Brake Service  ��� TirefcSales & Service  ��� Muffler Repairs  ��� General Maintenance  ��� Complete    Auto    Acces-  "' series ; -^  ��� All Work by Experienc-  ft  ed Personnel  ��� Automobile  Assoc.   Era-  . ergency Service  24-HOUR TOWING SERVICE  GIBSONS SHELL SERVICE  . Phone 886-2572  Emergency 886-9390  SIM ELECTRIC Lfd.  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2062  LAND SURVEYING  ;y":;y;';sui^YS'-^'''''''.  1525 Robsons St.  Vancouver 5    '        Ph. 881-9142  Zenith 6430  Sechelt 885-2332 ' While in Berkhard's office discussing geology, his wife^ and  kids arrived arid she invited  me to dinner, ��� which my; stomach readily accepted. We started off with Pichincha sauers  an imitation of Peru's famous  Pisco sauers. It is not a drink  for the pale in spirit. When one  drinks it, one knows' he has  drunk something ' distinctive,  something that is muy fuerte  and  unequivocal  in   taste   and  effect.  During it" . we discussed the  latest violent events' fri Guayaquil. Che' GUervara's ^eath anniversary was the occasion. Targets for violence were, among  others, thie Peace" Corps and  the U.N. I was fold a Peace  Corps - office had been broken  into by a mob and acid thrown  in a girl volunteers face.  In Quito itself, a UN .androv-  er had been blown up. Vive Che  Let 2 Years  go fo work  for you  CROSBY K. A.  X  FOR ALDERMAN  n*��*��rf*M*^*^MM#  NOTICE  R;S. Rhodes  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Announces he will be in SecheH  MONDAY, DEC. 15  For an appointment for-eye examination phone   .  Sechelt Beauty Parlor 885-2818  If ���anyone^ desires any. adjustment or- repair to their  present glasses I will be pleased to be of service  abounds on. the adobe walls of  villages, along with Vive Ho  and Vive Mao. Later in Cuenca  in southen Ecuador some young  higlischooi kids infprmed#vme  they a&riired Che, He was theior  hero, their . teenage idol % arid  they beamed as they spoke his  name/1 just hoped their; youth-:  ful idealism would not spoil  with-age.- ���   .- -������;._ y ^y\:  Berkhard and family dwell in  a modern split-level house,  quite spacious, well furnished  including the maid, and cainr  mantling a beautiful view of the  city and valley. Amongst such  surroundings, one is not top conscious of the people in' the valley,  perhaps cooking supper over,  primus stoves in their rude hovels. Speaking of the poor, I  saw a protest in the Plaza de la  Independencia over the rising  cost of basic necessities such  as milk. The people were chanting and there were some fellows up on the balcony of the  national police building exhorting them! I saw signs saying  vive the working classes and  lower the price of milk.  Thus it was (reminiscent of  the protest I witnessed in Guatemala City where a large orderly crowd from the poor sector marched and chanted around  the square beneath* the government palace, demanding a halt  to the rise in food prices..  But enough" of this chatter  you say, let: us leave our lofty  perch and descend into the jungle once more. Thus I turn to  my diary:  Today the fascinatinjg . trip  back down into the hot tropics  yand Guayaquil, the volatile part  of Ecuador. I rose at 5 am.,  reached the UN building at just  after 6, with not a soul about.  Quite cool, in the, early morning  deserted streets. Bernhard arrived in 10 or 15 minutes and a  fellow let us in the ^ate. Prior to  this a beggar had passed and  implored me to give him some-?  thing to stave off his hunger so  I delved into my pocket and  handed him some change. I also felt hugry and though most  shops were still closed; I found  . a, little place whei��-7E-^s7abl&  to get some cafe con iechev'  Some friendly. chaps gave hie  a piece of their bread. Often it  was that I shared moments of  human warmth through the simple exchange of breath Money  is so cold, but bread establish-  PLAY BINGO  THURSDAY  DECEMBER 4  GIBSONS LEGION HALL - 8 p.m.  Sunshine Coast Highway  19 GAMES $10 or OVER  20lh GAME  $500-50 CAUS      $250-52 CAUS  $100-55 CALLS      $50���56 CALL or MORE  Minors  under 16 not allowed  GIBSON?   WELFARE  FUND  BY SEAN DALIS  es a bond, satisfies ,,an immediate need._. v7^':^f7iy.y7 ; ....,;   -.-���  7 When I was finished I found  v or was found by Bernhard and  ; Flores, his -assistant, waiting"  outside in" the. landrover, so  away we went. The'ytrip along  the valley, and over the pass to  Santo Dominiiigo deios Color-  ados was spectacular. In'. the 7  central Andrean valley, high, ��  well clad green peaks, including Cotopaxi, rising, to either  side, some shrouded 7 in mist.  It was this fertile, well clad, biologically civilized landscape  that endeared the Ecuadorian  Andes to the conquering Incas,  coming from their more austere  altiplanos.  Fresh and cool was themo-ra:  ing air. Indians along the way  were rising to the warming sun  and moving into their fields, between the rows of eucalyptus  trees. We branched off the cool  road going to Riobamba and,  Cuenca and took ours, the hot  one, going to Guayaquil. We  rose up 'over the pass, close to a  v high mountain, then descended  into the misty lowlands via a  windy road with the odd mud  slide being cleared away.  As we lost elevation the vegetation grew thicker and more  luxurfent,   due   to  the   Pacific  v rains. Soon  we reached) Santo  Domingo  and  took  the  wrong  turn,   which   added   two  hours  to our journey, as we persisted  in our mistake until Bernhard ;  grew suspicious. Finally, on the  : right track again, we reached ���  .  Quevedo where we parked our  ;landrover  beside  an open air  I restaurant arid had lunch.The "X.  landrover being open at the back ;  exposing our gear, it woud have  been unsafe to let it out of eyesight, for, I was told, in a flash  it would be empty.  .      I say we visited a restaurant,  but that word 'merely conjures  Up our own iniage of an eating  place. This one was beneath a  roof, but open at the front andy;  half on one side; We sat on lit-  r: tie wooden chairs up to a small;  teetery reetangu-ar wooden table-     7; ���������.���:.���;:;.:  7     ,,  We; started off with a refresco  :ry\pr Jcpld. yjpppA^frem theyjridge^  ' Therf we  had  plates (if tough '  meat or Iomp, with jmuch rice.  The air was very hot the street  unpaved and lined by shops, open at the front from the ceiling  to the grourid.   Pigs wandered  "sleepily about. Brown bare chested men heaved freight up on a  CHUIU1H SERVICES  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  8 a.m., 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday  Holy Communion  11 a.m., Sunday School  11:15 a.m., 1st arid 3rd Sundays  "        Holy Communion  2nd and 5th Sunday, Mattins  4th Sunday, Family Service  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  10 a.m.^ 2nd Sunday  Holy Communion  4th Sunday, Family Service  3 p.m., 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday  Evensong  UNITED ~~  Gibsons United Church  11:15 a .m., Divine Service  9:30 a.m., Wilson Creek  2:15 p.m., Roberts Creek  PORT MELLON  1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays  9:15 a.m, Rev. R. D. Morgan  2nd and 4th Sundays  7:30 pm., Rev. Jim Williamson.  BAPTIST  CALVARY BAPTIST       ~  Park Rd., Gibsons  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Evening Service 7 p.m.  Phone 886-2158  BETHEL BAPTIST  Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt ;  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  Phone 885-9665  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Member P.A.O.C.-  886-9970  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School 9:45 aim.  Morning Worship 11 a.m.  >'    Evening: Service 7:00 p:m.  Wed., Bible Study & Prayer  7 7:30 p.m.  Fri., Family Night Service  Rev. B. J. With  GLAD TIDINGS  Gower Point Road  88ft-2660  Sunday School, 10 a.m.  Morning Worship, 11 a.m.  WITH CHOIR AND SPECIALS  EVENING SERVICE; 7 p.m.  Testimony and Exhortation  Tuesday       Service 7:00  With once a month Special /  Evangelistic Service  dilapidated truck. Reddish-brown  cacao, beans. lay on tarps in  front of shops, being sorted by  bare feet. .^       ''-".  As we continued, it was y evident we were back in bariariia-  land. The roadsides were thick  with huge drooping b"ariana  eaves. "All the huts, with upright bamboo pole walls, had  banana leaf roofs. On the road  we were constantly beeping at  ail Ttnanner of erratically . behaved things��� from fat; pigs  to unmindful .pedestrians to unpredictable drivers. And whenever we slowed to enter a vil-  Coast News, Dec 3, 1969.  lage, Bernhard would toot the  horn frequently to alert dfow^  isy, strollers and children.  Rolling down the slight incline  of.coastal plain-/to Guayaquil,  the heat arid liumidity grew  more intense, coatsy,were re-;  moved, then sweaters, then  shirt sleeves rolled up and finally, all windows opened upv  full blast. Constantly keeping  an eye, on our goods at stoplights, we entereds Gfuayaquil on  Hhe Rio Guayas, that broad,  iriurky waterway.  Beautiful B.G.  >���������������������������-���������-������.������������������������"�������������������������������������������������������  ���-_������--_-���-��������������������������������������������������*������������������<  Or der Your &uh  fromCoastNews  NAME ������~-:���- -:-'-  ADDRESS���'-���--���-  YOUR NAME ���-  _>������������.���������������������������  ������������-���---������������������������������������������������������i  ������������������������a���������������������������'  (���������--������������-���������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������'  and you'll discover  sure sub-zero  power  Only Mercury has Thunderbolt Ignition,  vthe exclusive solid-state ignition system  that "delivers the fastest* hottest spark ���  in the industry... up to 40.000 volts  for dependable sub-zero starting.  See your Mercury Snow Vehicle dealer  for a test ride, and spend a minute on a  Merc. You'll be convinced it's the  best snow vehicle ever built.  the winter fun vehicle  flffST. IN MAHINl PKOPULSIOH  Ktekhaefer Mercury of Canada. Ltd. Toronto. Subsidiary of Brunswick Corporation  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  COWRIE ST., SECHELT  Phone 885-9626 PETITION FOR WATER  A petition from residSnts on  Henry Road, and along the highway  to    the    Sunshine    Coast  trailer court have petitioned  the Regional District board for  water. The problem, was turned  over ���. to   the   water ; committed;  r  Super-CoJicentrated Cleaners and Laundry Compound  NON-TOXIC    -    ��0MaiKTIC  BESftlNE PRODUCTS  Virginia Reynolds  886-9515  me  i  I say-.pebpie-'-kKlay'-don't wah't:-M0Dff whdleiKiibie  pictures for Me whole family  But you say you do  So prove me wrong by coming to see  THRsiAw*o*\mm:m$ 0  $mm ��vkh ��mGHTi.R    & **  Thursday and Friday, Dec. 4 and 5 at 8 p.m.  Saturday, Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.  TWILIGHT THEATRE - Gibsons  Mon., Tues., Wed. Dec. 8, 9, 10 at 8 p.m.  Double Feature  PAUL NEWMAN  "HOMBRE"  also  DEBORAH KERR  DAVID NIVEN  Prudence and the Pill  IN COLOR  ADULT  ^  .(Continued- from page 1)  The Regiorial District will pay  to the village a wholesale meter rate for water received from  the village system through the  Gower Point road entrance, any  metered services, and other than  metered- outlets which may be  calculated on an average household use basis to arrive at a  total gallonage used.  The Regional District will ensure that the water needs of  the village are inairitained at all  times and will, if deemed necessary by the village engineer, instil such pump or pumps in the  Regional District system' as are  necessary    to maintain     good  working pressure and needed  supply, in all affected parts of  the:village system.  The Regional District will renew its position at the end of  1970 and meet with; the village'  council.     '  Gordan W. Hall of Sechelt  presented the board with its  first water problem from a taxpayer. He is seeking to run  pipe lines to his.home behind'  the iBillingsley home and with  two ways of doing it, one expensive from the new system  when operating, Or the other  to run a lirie at his own expense  from off the Billingsley line back  to his property. The matter was"  referred to the water committee  with power to make a recommendation. 7  1 s^^^^^^  For a  1 - ��� _  Gift that will make  her eyes sparkle  ���y-A''y-.-'y;:^  F^shibn Centre  Sunnycrest Plaza ��� Gibsons ��� Phone 886-9543  Coming Events:  CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY  Dec. 21/1969 at 1:00 p.m.  Call in advance by Dec. 15 to Pro Shop, 886-2020 or 88S-9483  FIRST ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S BALL  Tickets at the Pro Shop.-Deadline Dec. 2ft  DRAWm  at New Years Ball  N^��I^N^��^^^��^W��^  FOR ALDERMAN  Your vote for the one-year term on Gibsons  Council would be much appreciated  HUGH R, ARCHER  $4,500,000  in  strings.  IIP "������:������  Is any  If so we'll be glad to arrange transfer toJa  a Bank of Montreal account. /  On December 31 st, X969, the Canada >v  Post Office Savings Bank will terminate \  operations. But there remains about'������',  4!/2 mill ion dol lars in savings accounts still  unclaimed. v. . 7:  ��� ':yy'AA:ys'.^y.  So think carefully. Do you or any of your    j  relatives have a post office account? I  Any of our branchies will be glad to open  a True Savings Account for you where  yciur money will earn 616% interest  per annum.  \.  fid  Bank of Montreal  Gibsons Branch: T. F. DAUGHERTY, Manager  Sech-dt Branch: ERNEST BOOTH. Manager  Pender Harbour. Madeira Park (Sub-Agency):     Open Daily.  FREE  Daily Prizes  MCBiBER 2 -23  (Evelry  Business Day)  Pick up your FREE Bicycle Draw  tickets front any merchant  at Sunnycrest Plaza  INCLUDING: Twilight Theatre, Cedars Cafe, Esso Service, Brian's Drive-ln  NAME ON DRAW TICKETS MUST BE PERSON UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE  SEE SANTA  Roy id Bank - Sunnycrest Plaza  December J3��� Noon to 3 p.m.  FREE  INSTANT BLACK AND WHITE PICTURE WITH SANTA  INSTANT COLOR PICTURE WITH SANTA ��� 75^  FREE TREATS FOR ALL CHILDREN FROM SANTA  SPONSORED BY THE MERCHANTS - SUNNYCREST  Your 'One Stop' Shopping Centre���  FREE  BICYCLE DRAW  DECEMBER 24  3 p.m.  OPEN  Dec.  22 & 23  ��� 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Dec.  24  ��� 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Dec.  27  ��� 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Dec.  30  ��� 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Dec.  31  ��� 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  CLOSED  Dec. 25 and 26  Dec. 28 and 29  Jan. 1 and 2

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