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Array Provincial -Library,  Victoria,  B.  c.  SERVING   THE  GROWING   SUNSHINE   COAST  Published  at Gibsons.   B.C.  Phone 8862622    /  .,,-������ ��� './YY'    -   �� .  Volume 21 Vv.  ���-    '  '   ,,.--y'S< ���>'���:.   -.,���   ���'���'  Number 50, December .24, 1963.  10c per copy'      y-/  expansion  .Saturday,   Feb,Y22  has   been  - selected as the date for the plebiscite-vote on the.$518,276 expansion   for.,-St.   Mary's  Hospital..   This expansion calls for-13 acute  care beds and 22 beds for extend  ;  ed - hospital care plus improved  ^diagnostic,   treatment  and  service departments of the existing hospital  building, plus the  ;   purchase, of   necessary   exjuip-  -. =..;;ment and7siupiplies and iniprove-  C ments to the-hospital site.  Thiswas announced at. Friday  'night's"'meeting of-the Sunshine  Coast,.Regional District hospital  , ."board.   "Actually,   the    hospital  7.,board Yand    Regional    District  ' .board are one and the same. It  7. means; that the'- hospital bpiard  arranges   for   the  financing  of  hospital improvements while the  supervisory; board: of'��� the ;'~hds-  ,  pital board and St.: Miary's Hospital 'Society ��� looks   :after , the  . planning and constniiction?  Calling the February date for  the plebiscite,was done so that  the usual three month gap between, the vote and starting of  ���'- construction -will place the/start  somewhere about mid-Junep  Sunshine Coast Regional:,Hos.  pital   District   iby-law   question'  will read as follows:  Are you in favor of the/Sunshine Coast Regional .-Hospital.;  District Hospital .Financing Byv  law No. 1? ._ y  This explanatory note will aK  so be on the ballot:. .'.'_.  By-law No. 1 authorizes the:  borrowing of a net sum not ex-'-  ceeding $518,276 for the follow-;,  ing hospital project: ,:  A construction and renovation;'  project which, will increase the:  acute-care  bed'  capacity Of St.,  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt; by ap-j  proximately 2!2 beds for extend-;  ed hospital care. In addition, the; ,  funds   to  be   provided, will  be;>'  used    to    improve   diagnostic,?.  treatment   and   service , depart-^  ments  of  the existing hospital.���;.  building: purchase of necessary* v  equipment and supplies, provide;  necessary working  capital  and*  carry out improvements to. the  hospital   site; ��� -    ;     .   .7  The    provincial,    government  will share in the cost of annual'  principal and interest payments-:  on the moneys borrowed as proV ..  vided in the Regional Hospital''  Districts  Act. .*    .-:  pr:' Robert Heriry Hy_ton,; of  Reid  Rd.,   Giibsons   area,   who  diedYoiv-Dec.  12,  was born  in  China.Sept; 12, J920. At the age  of three: .his parents .moved to  Tniro^ NovVScotia, for a short  period.YWhen he was* five years  old 'they.moved.to ;Weston, Ont.  He spent >his."boyhoo_Lthere,. and:  gfad^aft^ ^High  ' '>e#6'oi'-#$A  ,, .f_:offi.;Bopr..he^ith-' eyen^asla^cfiiid.  ��� he",was ;yery..;actiye.,m.;^lj^rts,  ���?' afria;_^'feame ca^ain ^Fhis?hbckt:  7ey team;   ��� ,:.      _: ,;',^Y;'"'Y;;YY.  ' Asia child he was devoted to  animals, and at an .early age,,  decided on his career as a: veterinary surgeon. He graduated  with honors from Guelph Veterinary College in 1947, and  from there moved to Mission,  TBjC, to begin his practice During the course of those years,  haying many friends on the Sunshine Coast, he would give his  services, whenever possible  while visiting here, and in the  spring of 1957 decided to move  here permanently.  All those who were fortunate  enough to be in his presence,  even for a short period, were  ' quick to recognize his magnetic  personality, his four - footed  friends in particular, and they  readily responded to his love  . arid kindness.      .  Over the years, he wrote down  his thoughts and opinions on life  as a whole, hoping someday to  compile them all into something  tangible. [y. '���-,.  The  following is  a  quotation  Jfrom some of his last writings,  'addressed to his fellow friends,  jjand  written  just a  few   short  weeks before he passed away.    7  "Anybody who becomes a-doctor of medicine is a person who  feels compassion and love for  fellow sufferers* be it man or  animal. His main concern is to  relieve suffering. ' Time and  place after all, are no factor;  suffering is suffering, and pain  isYpain, and that is. precisely  why we took our oath. We love  and' we want to exhibit this in  the only way we know how. We  are not concerned with our personal image, or our own gains,  we are concerned with you and  helping you.  "We are akin to, the religious  organizations. They, God 'bless  them, are concerned and determined to alleviate the suffering  of the soul, and we hope and  pray we can relieve the suffering of the body.  "You are my friends, my loving brethren, and I will do all I  can to alleviate any suffering  or pain you may. encounter.  Therefore have faith in me. I  love you and I am your obedient servant."  He was truly a great and good  man.  v  ., i'.,'-.'3?heijRegional Distridt-JWard's  -'. .$660,000V;for-;water, ^supply  and  : distribution.   Y  ������''''���'- This''"was' revealed at Friday  night's meeting of the board  invits YDavis   Bay  office   when  . the provisional budget came up  .   for discussion.  Of  the   $765,425   total   some-  , thing like $693,300 would be  revenue Searing    from    water,  . garbage collection, building  permits, and street lighting assessments plus an $11,000 grant  from the. -provisional government.  The actual budget for the Regional District administration  and other minor costs comes io  "551.975, and while this is an estimate of possible costs for the .  year there is no definite indication that all of it will be used.  ,';,'-��� Assessment of the electoral  districts from Pender Rarbor Jo  Port TMellon Will provide. $51,-  975 with Pender -Harbor,: Half-  moon Bay and Sechelt rural and  village providing $17,800 and  Roberts Creek, Giibsons rural  and village, also- Port Mellon,  $34,175. ���>..-.������  "Chairman West commented  tha,t due to an efficient clerk  the iboard had not spent as  much   during   this as   it s  could have  spent. Y-/'-  The; board is  operating with  a    surplus,   from   .unexpended  amounts from this yfeair totalling  ,$9,500 which will mean that the  'net total of the 1968 budget will  (Request  slight  changes  Gibsons municipal council  with Mayor Fred Feeney in the  chair, at Tuesday night's meeting decided to petition the provincial government to expand  the boundaries of the village.  The expansion remains unchanged from the map printed  , in the- Coast News except for  properties in the area behind  Granthams and three other properties at North Road in vicinity of the ravine which council  asks be: excluded from the expansion because of their general  inaccessibility.  A new map defining the areas  to be excluded will be sent Hon.  Dan Campbell, municipal minister so he ca.n assess council's  desire before granting the petition.  Trjo held  in narcotic  round up  Three Sunshine Coast resi-,  dents have been arrested and  charged with dealing in narcotics, marijuana to. be exact. .-  Those   rounded   up   after  an  *v*s  When Highways- Minister  Black inferred .by letter that the  Regional board should.have arranged its garbage dump, so  that it would have road access  he aroused the wrath of board  members.  They were wrathful because it  was an arrangement with government officials which resulted  in the dump being located next  to that of Gibsons village dump.  Mr. Black estimated the cost  of a road to the dump would  bev$12,000 but some board members thought it would cost less.  Mr. Black added he had no appropriation to cover such cost.  on advice of Mayor Fred Feeney  who   noted   that   Gibsons   had  ��� been assessed $816 on garbage  dump  maintenance. He argued.  that   Gibsons   looked   after   its  dump. This was agreed to and  the amount was  sliced to $300;  which Gibsons was prepared to"  pay.  A letter requesting attendance  of Charles Gooding, Regional .  District board clerk, drew a protest from Chairman West and  members of the Regional board  The letter from the. BOHIS in  Victoria wanted Mri Gooding to  attend, a meeting Jan. 10 for the  purpose of outlining budget procedures.  Chairman West termed the re- f  quest as absolutely outrageous  in view of the situation clerks  find themselves  in  at  the  beginning of each year. Mr." West 7  maintained    the    whole    thing  could have been done just as v  well with the use of a six cent >:  stamp on a letter of instructions.  It   appears   that   one  set   of Y  papers has already been filled  out but the BOHIS plans new  procedures.      - -',Y,  Board members were of the"  opinion this  should  have  been  done in December and that it  should   be   up   to   the   BCHIS  people to smarten up. However Y  the clerk will go but a letter 7-  will   be   sent   expressing jy the y  views   of   the    chairman   and���������..'  board on the calling of the.meet'  ing in early January!  continues  Regional,board members not-  \. ed that garbage was piling up  due to the road over private  property being closed to them  and that they would have to  make arrangement with the  owner similar to that of Gib-  the road until next April. In the  meantime the board learned  that Hon. Mrs. Dawson was to  approach Mr. Black on the idea  of having a road put through  about that time.f  Further comment.on the letter drew the remark that the  board did not have time available for discussing such an  asinine letter.  sons , and Thomas" Lawrence  Jackson, Wilson Creek.  .Maw, is detained, unable' to  fainse $4,000 hail, Johnson is  also detained awaiting bail of  $1,500 and Jackson is out on  $2,0_O cash bail. Trial date will  be set in Sechelt court.  Maw and Johnson face two  charges, one of trafficking in  marijuana arid having a substance reported to be another  narcotic. Jackson also faces two  charges of similar nature.  The arrests were made as the  result of considerable under cover work by a detachment constable from Vancouver. The trio  .will appeair in court Dec. 31 and  wiir likely be remanded until  Jan. 7.  from  Egmont to join  Mrs. Bennie's Coffee Party for  the Cup of Milk fund raised $185,  double other years.  YMrs. Scott's kindergarten,  class collected $5.50., Mrs. Bu-  jan's -kindergarten class sent  $7.72. The Elphinstone Secondary Library club sold paperbacks arid sent $5.35.  People came from as far as  Sechelt and a cheque was sent  from Gamier Island.  The cans will remain out until Christmas to collect as much  as possible as it is hoped1 to exceed last year's total of $330.  Motorcycle  spill fatal  ���As the result of a spill from  .'������a motorcycle when making a  turn on a slippery roadway on  Bay road, Gibsons, David Inglis,  16., son of Dr. and Mrs. Hugh  Inglis, died Saturday in Vancouver General Hospital.  He was riding tandem ' with  his brother Frederick when the  accident occurred at about 3:30  p.m. Friday. He received serious head injury that resulted  in his being rushed to the Vancouver hospital by air.  The Dec. 16 meeting of Pender Harbor Chamber pf Commerce received a notice of motion asking that the name be  changed to Pender Harbor arid  Egmont Chamber of Commerce.  It will be placed before the  membership at the annual general meeting in Pender Harbor  hotel, Monday, Jan. 20. This  meeting will start at 8 p.m.  John Haddock, president*  chaired the meeting at Madeira  Park Marina. Among the correspondence was a letter from  Hon. Isabel Dawson, minister  without portfolio, informing the  chamber that a report on Highway 101 will shortly be placed  before the highways minister.  A letter from the minister of  recreation stated that the job  of locating a trail to Skookum-  chuck Rapid has/been assigned  to a survey crew this' winter and  the minister hoped that a youth  crew will work on the trail next  summer.  The department of transport  will be asked to change the  waterfront speed signs to soma-,  thing larger as the present 8  mph signs are too small to see  at a distance.       " ...  Indiscriminate dumping of  garbage in the waters of the  harbor drew censure from members. It floated in with the tide  and littered private properties.  The Regional District board  will be asked if it can do any  thing to curb such dumping.  The chairman reported that  Eric Hensch, Sechelt chamber's  president had approached him  to have the three chambers approach the school board on the  selection of a site for the school  board office.   '-  RCMP Cpl/ A. de Sf. Rejrn-.  representing the Recreation  Centre cp3n3mitt.ee which is planning a Community ^Centre addressed the 7 meeting resulting  in the members showing a positive interest in the project provided it is examined as a 20  year project and also provided  that no additional taxation is  involved.-; It was recommended  thatv fund,! raising events and  shares beYconsidered and that  stress be put on winter rather  than summer recreation. ���  DANCE  PARTY  A group M ladies meet every  Tuesday to'.do Scottish dancing.  This group held their annual  get-together Dec. 17 when they  invited the Oldtimers who were  meriibers. Luncheon and the  exchan&etof gifts was a pleasant,  event ?'at' the' Cedars, then to  the Legion Hall where inany  dances weire enjoyed as well  as the tea arid cookies.  i^iwffnwwuiniumnTOiTOuu\Mi)muiuii)ii)v^nuiu;:m>ut  CANFOR CHORALE  There will Ibe, special music  at the morning service of the  Gibsons .United Church, on Sun-'  day, December 29.-The Canfor  Chorale of Port Mellon under  the direction of Mrs. E. C.  Sherman, will sing the Christmas contata, "The Herald Angels Sing." Morning service  starts at 11:15 a.m. with Christmas chimes preceding the service.  ttauniinniHinuiuimiwnniuiuiirainMiiiimiiiitiimDmir nr Coast News, Dec, 24, 1968.  PAUL  ST. PIERRE, MP  Serving -.the Mt; Elphinstone district (population 6,000) of the  Sunshine Coast and the Sechelt Peninsula (population 3,000).  Phone 886-2622       P.O. Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  Published Wednesdays at Gibsons, B.C. Authorized.as second  class mail for payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department,  Ottawa.  Y        ���      '^ 7;  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.  4Mtoor&s!  His name was Luke, 'He was a physician. But history knows  him best as the author, of the most beloved story in all literature :  the Nativity story.        ���  It contains only7416 words, but it has had a greater impact on  the minds and hearts of men than any long novel, play or poem.  For more than 1,900 years it has been read and cherished by  all kinds of men. It has been translated into more than 1,300 languages and dialects.  It has inspired a tremendous library of music and masterpieces  of art. - '' ���j.-^.'  And, as always at Christmas, this year it will be read in millions of churches and hoahes, keeping alive: "Glory to God ... on  earth peace, good will toward men'"  Democr^Ie? verbosity  Opposition Leader %Rt>^rti;L. Stanfield in the debate on procedural changes -Iri/itli^ftouse of commons argues that the debate  concerns the iristi^<^^^rHa_nent itself. This is *iuite correct  but one.can read fro^^l|iti argument something other than Mr.  Stanfield means..,;. -7-;Y>7^_,"   ;-v:;;-'':���  "Does he meanr.that the; institution of parliament will suffer if  prolonged debate, toy^iricbn^iiue^tial speakers, set up for filibustering purposes, ,sic__6ns'th^ electorate of  , Actually he doe^.noj.^^n that at 1 alL yOe just does not want  to change; theright^(>1__eb^ ad infini.i_mYT__is is the stand of a  diehard tory. Hte^Svw^ on parliamentary proce  dure but many perspi#^:;the outside looking in have other  thoughts."-     - Y-Yf-Vf*'.".  The right.tp.'spej^^|he^puse..pl.. commons should carry with  it some form of discipline^notlres^ the type that would  make the columns of THansard" a receptacle ior speeches that are  to the point, not tinie and spa'ce filling effusions delivered for the  purpose of general obstruction.    7  Our parliament' is a serious business, a very serious business  these days. Any serious|business,which allows discussion on policy  does not tolerate inconsequential, time-filling, verbose tirades,  which could be explained in a couple of paragraphs; with much  better effect than a 40 minute speech. '".���  Apparently the aye rage; back-bencher in parliament cannot express himself ,on?a subject before the house within a ten minute  period. In that t-me'he; shouldbe able to get in a good word for his  constituency and have .room to spare.  Ministerial speeches outlining new legislation should have more  time but a good many of the speeches from the lesser occupants of  parliamentary benches, should be given to a news editor to boil  down. It would allow more of them to have something to say.  Naturally there'willYbe those who will maintain such a procedure is undemocratic. Phooey We think it more undemocratic to  waste valuable time in the house of commons by stalling. Perhaps  Mr. Stanfield should recall who put the proponents of long debate  in the position of being .the opposition. Prime Minister Trudeau  (capitalized on that point during the last federal election.  @ocist News  5-10-20 YEARS AGO  FIVE YEARS AGO  Dan Magrew was shot again  when Roberts Creek taieht'held  a Family Night variety program  in the Masonic YHall...  Mrs. Muriel Ball was'"'elected  chairman of the district school  board. Trustees included 'Reg.  Spicer,, Leo Johnson, Mrs. C.  Fisher, Mrs. C. M. Volen, Mrs.  Leslie Jackson and Joseph Horvath. ���        ._;���'��� 7;.  Municipal clerk Jules Mainil  reported that 100 new homes  valued at $1,101,874 ' had t been  constructed in Gibsoris in the  five years from 1959. -  Gibsons council for 1964 included Chairman A. E- Ritchey,  and Councillors Norman MacKay, James Drummond, Fred  Feeney and Sam Fladager.  10 YEARS AGO  Approval has been given in  Ottawa for the purchase of land  for the construction of headquarters in Sechelt for the  RCMP.  B.C.   Telephone and   Gibsons  Coast - Chilcotin  municipal officials have under  consideration the setting up of  a telephone system of fire  alarms.  The Women's Institute, now  in its 33rd year has decided to  give up the notice hoard which  has been of great help to villagers. It was set up in vicinity  of the old United church building.  20 YEARS AGO  Wally Graham reported to  Gibsons council that he is taking up with James Sinclair,  M.P., the matter of an ambulance service for the area.  Snow has been around the  Giibsons area for the last two  weeks and youngsters are having a grand time sleighing and  skating.  Einar Bergen has bought out  Ernie Drew's interest in the  Merry Ern Cafe in Gibsons.  A notice has been posted on  Gibsons Municipal float informing   boat   owners   that vessels  cannot be stored on the  float  Hon. Jean Chretien, minister  of Indian affairs and northern  development is the youngest  member of the federal cajbinet,  a lawyer from Shawinigan,  "Quebec.  He married his childhood  sweetheart iri 1957. She worked while he went to university  Thereafter they had children  and in 1963, he came to Ottawa  as an MP. I have never asked  him why. Probably he had some  reason.  Since January, 1968, he has  been in the cabinet and since  last autumn's reshuffle, he has  been minister for the Indians,  of which he isn't one, and of  the northern territories, 40 percent of > the area of Canada ���  a land in which he has never  dwelt.  (These remarks are intended  to be neither laudatory nor  critical. They ai*e observations.  The Indians, YUkaners, the Eskimos, the Conservatives, the  Liberals and the voters of Saint-  Maurice riding will all have  their turn at criticism.)  He is a slim young man with  a harried, anxious face. In the  house of commons he answers  almost all questions in French,  having been almost without any  English until hie came to Ottawa. However in public meetings when asked questions in  English, he answers them very  bluntly, with a minimum of .  equivocation and with practically no retreat to flowery euphemisms.  At an early meeting of the  parliamentary standing committee of Indian affairs and northern development, Mr. Chretien  spoke for 55 minutes of his  plans and his department's present philosophy.  The excerpts in this column  represent no more than about  four of those 55 minutes, so they  are, perhaps,-unfairly lifted put  of context. Beingiriere snippets Y  of speech, they will also appear  abrupt and disconnected. THdw-  ever, these are measured words,  and worth study:  The minister says: The Indian and Eskimo ; people have  their own objectives and goals,  it is not the responsibility of the  government to define them. The7  departmental role is to establish its own policies so that Indian and Eskimo individuals .  can determine and reach their  own goals within the framework  of Canadian society.  It is the objective of the government that Indian and Eskimo people shall be able to  choose their goals for themselves and have the capability,  training and the clear right to  set about achieving them. There  should be no social barriers  preventing our Native people  from pursuing their aims within our society and they must  be given the opportunity to  draw upon the resources of society and they must be given  the opportunity to draw upon  the resources of society to provide them with the necessary  training and other assistance to  TOUR FOR   STUDENTS  Thirty Canadian university  students will again have the opportunity to see Canadian business in action. President A.  Searle Leach of The Canadian 7  Chamber of Commerce has announced that his organization  will repeat its travel scholarship program in 1969. The tour  will provide 30 university students with a three-week tour  of communities across Canada  with visits to industrial, educational, political arid cultural,  developments.  Blake C. Alderson, D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  4 days weekly  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone   885-2333  Monday, Wednesday,  Thursday, Saturday  12 noon to 5 p.m.  EVENINGS  BY APPOINTMENT  Ibiring those goals within their  own reach. k  ' They must have the same degree of self-governing local institutions as other Canadians.  They must have access to the  same institutions and programs  of government�� as other Canadians. They must have the opportunities to achieve for themselves their own aspirations.  It is my intention to press  the provincial governments to  recognize the claims of the Indian people, as citizens of Can-Y  . ada to the same services and  treatment as all other Canadians receive. I hope that further agreements can be made  to provide services tp Indians  from the same agencies as other Canadians turn to in times  of stress. I intend to. take every  opportunity to press this point.  The educational program is  progressing on the basis of making integrated schooling avail-'  able with the consent of ^parents  wherever possible. This policy  has justified itself in the better academic record of students."  They have suffered less from  age/grade retardation. Eighty-  five percent of those students  who first entered school in 1945  were age/grade retarded by  1951, when they should have  been entering Grade V. Only  13% of those who eritered in  1960 were so affected by 1966.  . This turn around is not the  final answer of course. The rate  is still too high and there must  be further efforts made to accommodate the children within  the system and to ease the adjustments.   Y 7    -  There is still a serious problem in the High School years  and we continue to work to  diminish the waste of J High  School drop-outs. In a way, this  is a measure of progress; where  once we were concerned that  too few entered High School,  we^are now concerned that too  few finish. YY v 77- ��� Y."; [  . It is not necessary for Indian  people to give up their. Indian  identity in order to establish  themselves with an acceptable  standard of living. They may  have to adapt , some of their  values, and .ideate to accoiximo-  date the- society in' which they  earn their daily bread, but that  society may have to change  some of its ideas too. Each must  yield something if the two societies are to fit together iri.  harmony and ease.  Chief Dan George of the Burrard Indians has said that when  ��� the Indians of the West Coast  wanted to make a dugout canoe,  they hollowed out a long straight  cedar- log-and-then sought another" piece "of. cedar appropriately shaped to provide a prow  for their vessel. They brought  the two pieces of wood together  and rubbed them, one against  the other until they had a perfect, watertight fit. That is how  it must be .with two cultures,  says Chief George, they must  rub against one another, neither'  giving any more than the other,.  until they achieve a perfect fit/  N. Richard McKibbin  A PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE  Phone 886-2062 GIBSONS, B.C.  Alt AGING PROBLEM  "CRUMBLING" BONES  Osteoporosis is a loss of calcium in the bones.  The bones become less solid. This can cause  more frequent fractures. Some changes in the  joints may result, causing - arthritic type pains.  Women past their menopause are susceptible because hormone changes can result in a calcium  loss, without sufficient replacement of new calcium  to the bones. . >  Relief is slowly possible. Your physician may  prescribe a special vitamin supplement to encourage depositing of calcium. Often intake of,  hormones is helpful. The diet should include  calcium-rich foods.  Your doctor can phone us when you need a  medicine. We will constantly endeavor to keep  abreast of .the expanding activities in the field  of pharmacy ��� in this era of great change. We  pledge at all times to be in the position to offer the finest of pharmaceutical services.  KRUSE DRUG STORES LTD.  Rae W. Kruse  Pharmaceutical Chemists & Druggists  Sechelt' Gibsons  885-2238 886-2234  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  THE THOUGHTFUL GIFT  a subscription to the  COAST NEWS  Gibsons��� Ph. 886-2622  Your gift will arrive not once but every week Jn the year. Your  relatives and close friends will be interested in what is happening  where you live. 7 ANOTHER CONTRIBUTION  , A further , contribution . of  $560,288 from the federal Health  Resources fund for -British .Columbia,.; to assist the development of the. Health Sciences  centre of the University of British Columbia, has (been approved.  WANTED  Used furniture or what  ,   _     have you  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  /  AL'S USED FURNITURE  Gibsons ��� 886-28121  Expert Repairs  TO  ��� AUTOMATIC WASHERS  ��� AUTOMATIC DRYERS  ��� DISHWASHERS  Factory Trained on all Makes  also  VACUUM CLEANERS  NUTS   &   BOLTS  Ph. 886-2838  ���_5  easoa s  Ringing iri  best wisKes for you!  - *  Alf arid Chris  MTCHBf  Gibsons  Coast News, Dec. 24, 1968.       3  UIC problems  j Q. Could you tell me if an of-  jficial of the Canada Manpower  .Centre had the authority to dis-  , jqualify me from the'' receipt of  unemployment insurance benefit ori my refusal of a job .of-  \fer -made by  CMC.  A. . No. Canada Manpower  Centres inform area offices of  <the Unemployment Insurance  (Commission of refusals, of em-  ' ployment they consider suitable.  (The decision as to whether the  employment is suitable under  (the terms of the Unemployment  Insurance Act, and whether the  (Claimant is to be subject to disqualification from benefit on  .this account, depends on the  Unemployment Insurance Commission.  Q. "I applied for a social insurance number about four  weeks ago and so far I have  not heard anything.1 I have  changed jobs since and my new  -employer is insisting that I fill  out another application as he  needs a humfref for me. I was  told some time ago that a person is not permitted tov make  more than one application for  a social insurance number.  What should I do?".:.  A. Four weeks is an abnormally long time to wait for a  social insurance number. You  should check with" your previous employer as it is quite possible that he now has your  social insurance numjber ' records. If not, contact1 your near-.  estJ UIC office and explain the  situation, although.it is correct  that you are not permitted' to  make application for more-than  one social insurance number  you can make application for a  replacement social insurance  card if the first has gone astray.  Q. I have taken a part-time  job looking after an apartment  building. In return for the  chores. I am given a suite free  of - charge. Am I entitled to  stamps for this work and if  so, how can deductions be made  since I do *not receive rariy  money?  A. It is possible that you  would not be entitled to stamps  for this work. It depends on the  contractual nature of the employment and on the extent of  the work you perform. In some  circumstances stamps would be  paid, however, it is necessary  that the UIC office consider the  circumstances of each individual case before a ruling can  be; given. Where it is determined that stamps are payable,  both the employee and employer shares are paid by the employer arid are based on a  valuation of the living quarters.  In a  FLY  Sechelt to Vancouver ��� 20 minutes  Gibsons to Vancouver .���- 710 minutes  ���'���      Y.   .   . \  DAILY SCHEDULE FLIGHTS BETWEEN  Downtown Vancouver - Gibsons - Pender Harbour area  and Sechelt .  .*������  LEAVES:  MONDAY THROUGH  SATURDAY  Vancouver     Pender Hbr. Sechelt Gibsons  9:0O am       7:30 am        8*00 am       8:15 am  1:00 Pm      11:30 aih    12-00 pm    12:15 pm  CONNECTING  FLIGHTS  TO LOGGING CAMPS  LEAVES:   SUNDAY  ONLY  Vancouver     Pender Hbr.        Sechelt Gibsons  1:00 Pm     11:30 am   12:00 noon   12:15 pm  Includes Thormanby, Nelson, and Keates Island  PLEASE RESERVE SEATS IN ADVANCE  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO VICTORIA ARRANGED  ONE WAY FARES TO OR FROM VANCOUVER:  Blind Bay .. .... 22.40  Earls  Cove 20.65  Egmont   ............ 19.60  Sechelt    9.00  Gibsons    9.00  Keates Is    9.00  Pender Harbour 19.25  Ruby Lake    ". 21.70  Sakinaw Lake ...... 21.70  Secret Cove  16.45  Thormanby    .. 17.15  Vanguard  22.40  Half fare for children under 12 accompanied by adult  ALL OTHER RATES ON REQUEST  PHONE  885-2214    V4i  SECHELT  B.C.  ^vSV Wi&**/f  ff#3_ft.%?53???_ffi^  ^Bi^^^^^^^^B^^^^  "Grumbling appendix" is not  a medical or surgical term', the  Canadian   Medical   Association  reports. It is often used by the  public to describe at chronic or  sub-acute   inflammation  of  the  appendix. Such a condition does1  not call for immediate surgery.  Chronic or sulb-acute appendicitis, however,, can in time progress to the acute stage. When  . _ .c-;*:-;v:v_v:*w7x*>:^^:v:*>>>:%<v>x_3_��  vr^.%%%v.-.%^^%^*.*-%v.v.y.%%^%v%%%>%vw_��_l  it do'es,7it is accompanied by a  sudden increase in abdominal  pain, very often with nausea and  voriiiting. The patient may become acutely ill within a few  hours. Early diagnosis and immediate surgery is the rule.  If an appendix can be" said to  grumble, it may in time, like a  volcano, come to the point of  eruption. The C.M.A. says this  must be avoided at all costs.  If you do not use all your Christmas Seals on letters and parcels, why not turn them into colorful home decorations. A descriptive new (booklet, free for the asking from your local Christmas Seal chairman, gives instructions on how to .make Christmas  decorations, shown above, and others, too, with Christinas Seals.  By using Seals you help fight TB and other respiratory diseases.  A book about golf  Bus. 266-7111  Res. 278-0874  E. E.   (MICKEY)  COE  Brown Bros. Motors  5690 Granville Stv  -'Vancouver 13,  B.CY  The latest first of the department of travel industry is a full-  color directory of golfing iri British Columbia. Just off the press;  the attractive 39-<page puiblica-  -, tion lists 80 courses!; Y;  Format   includes   a   regional?  breakdown,  indices by city or  town  a nd by dub   or   course.,  There is a thumbnail sketch of  each club, its location and details of officials' to contact.  The foider. has been,produced  in an effort to keep pace with  the growing popularity of golfr ^  ing in the province, and, to pro^Y,  vide   additional  information'  to -x  keep our visitors with us for a  longer period.  "For some time we've been  pleasantly surprised by the increased   riurrijbef   of   inquiries  about golfing," says Hon. W. K.  Kiernan. "We. hope . this brochure will help our own golfers  and their visiting friends enjoy  .hear sport even more."  GRACIE ON TV  Singer - comedienne Gracie  Fields, as charming today at  70 as she was at 17, is the subject of a picture postcard setting profile by CBC-TV's Telescope series, Thursday, Dec: 26.  at 8 p.m. For this color profile  on- Gracie,-, entitled ���;��� A- Lancashire Lass, director- Loyd Bry-  don and his film crew went to  the isle of Capri, where Gracie  and her husband, Boris, run a  resort called Canzone del Mare  (Song of the Sea).  EXTRAHOLIDAY  BUS SERVICE  DEC 2^m  Lv. SECHELT  Lv. ROBERTS CREEK  iv. GIBSONS  lv. UHGDALE  Ar. VANCOUVER  2:45 p.m.  3:05 p.m.  3:20 p.m.  3:45 p.m.  5:15 p.m.  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT LTD.  the west5$ original pilsener.  'far?.*.'/  f  .S  /      ... JV��.    .    . ���*  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  PIL-68-H3 4       Coast News, Dec. 24, 1968.      M[$Co gtyR ��ALE  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  Phone  88626-53  DEADLINE, TUESDAY NOON  COMING EVEOTS  Dec. 29: The Cantata "The'Herald Angels Sing' will be presented (by the Canfor Chorale on  Sunday, Dec. 29., 11:15 a.m.'in  Gibsons United Church. All are  welcome.  Jan. 6: Annual Kinsmen 125th  Night Christmas Tree Burning,  Kinsmen Park.  GREETINGS  A Merry Christmas and a Happy   and   Prosperous New Year  to all our friends and neighbors.  ���Ernie and Mabel Carlson,  Roberts Creek.  Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Jones of Gibsons wish their many friends on  the Sunshine Coast . a Merry  Christmas and a Happy New  Year. In lieu of-cards we have  donated to the-Mission to Seamen, Vancouver.  Snow shovels available at  Earl's in Gibsons  888-9600  Winston Robinson Prop.  General house trailer, 1066 model, 10' x 52'., 2 bedrooms. Ph.  886-2602 or Lineker Trailer Court  Propane gas drier, about 2 years  old, good condition, wringer  washing machine; bedroom suite  like new. Phone 886-9912 after  5 p.m.  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F.E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop  885-9778  Evenings by appointment  Alcoholics Anonymous. Post Office Box 294, Sechelt. Box 1040,  Coast News. ���>.'������  ROOM & BOARD  NOW IS THE TIME!  to have  Outboards  Lawnmowers  serviced and ready for  Spring  NUTS & BOLTS  Head of Wharf  OPEN  ALL WINTER  --55��s*^-'-r  MARRIAGES  ARENDT-JOHNSON'��� Mr. and  Mrs. Leo B.;:Johnson, Sechelt,  announce the -marriage of their  daughter CaraLee Ellen to Mr.  John Arendt, son of Mr.7 and  Mrs. Abe Arendt, Chitliw'ack,;  B.C-, on December 714, 1968.  DEATHS  INGHJIS ��� On Dec. 21 1968, David Hugh IiSiglis of Gibsons, aged  16 years. Survived by his loving parents, __>r. and --Mifc. H. F.  Inglis, of Gibsons j ^3 t sisters,  Mrs. W: (Joyce) Hubbs, of Richmond, B.C.; Myrna, Vancouver  and Daphne, Vancouver; 17 brother, Frederick at homer- his  grandmother Mrs. K. M. Godwin of Pennant, Sask. funeral  service Tuesday, Dec." 24 at 2  p.m. from the Family Chapel of  the Harvey Funeral Home. Rev.  M. Cameron officiating.; Tlnter-  ment Seaview Cemetery.  CARD OF THANKS  '&&LL  I wish to ej_cpress??h^7heartfelt  thanks to all the many friends  and neighbors for their acts of  kindness and love, and for the  beautiful   floral   arrangements. .  Also the many cards of.;sympa-Y  thy extended to me*,at the loss  of my beloved huslband.  Mere  words cannot say what is in my  heart at this time.   ...������.<���������'���  ���Mrs. Phyllis Hylton.  FLORISTS  Flowers   an&^Gifts  for all  occasions  Li ss iLand Florists  Gibsons, .886-9345  Sechelt   885-9455  WORK WANTED  Carpentry, new construction or  alterations. Free estimates.^ Ph.  886-7421. ,;  Phone  886-9652  VICTOR A. DAOUST  PAINTER & DECORATOR  40 years experience  First class jobs, inside and out.  PJain    sewing    or    alterations.  Mrs. N. McKenzie 886-2737..  VERNON & SON BULLDOZING  (Formerly A. E. Ritchey)  Land clearing with  i clearing blade  Grading and Excavating  1     Competent work, Service  Satisfaction .Guaranteed  Phone 886-2887  Do you require part time bookkeeping, statements, balance  sheets and personal income  tax?  Phone 886-9331. .  We fall danger trees, top trees,  and remove limbs. Experienced,  insured and guaranteed work.  Free estimates. Phone 885-2109.  LOST  9   month  old  spayed  German  shepherd.   Phone   886-7153.  PETS  Christmas pets, Hamsters $1,  equipped cages, $4. Phone Sandra, 886-9890.  Poodles, grooming, clipping.  Years of experience. Telephone  886-2601.  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.  WANTED  Will buy patches of standing  timber. Phone. 886-2459.  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  '59 Meteor. Motor and drive  train excellent. $40. Ph. 886-7798.  1960 % ton Chev pickup. New  motor. $750. Phone Walt -Nygren  Sales,. 886-9303.  BOATS FOR SALE  14 ft. clinker inboard, 2 years  old, 6 hip. B & S recoil start,  with or without trailer. Call 886-  9373 after 6 p.m.  SWAP  21 ft. cabin cruiser, new, 283  Chev motor, velvet drive transmission, running lights. Trade  for property. Phone 886-9872.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  For all your travel information  and bookings contact Margaret  MacKenzie, local agent for  Eaton's 'Where-to-Go' Travel  service. Phone 886-2960. Head  office 515 West Hastings St.,  Vancouver.  HAVE YOU A  DRINKING PROBLEM  Contact Alcoholics Anonymous (closed meetings) Gibr  sons, Ph. 886-7106 or 886-2924.  For membership of explosive re  quirements contact Wiljo Wiren  selling agent, Howe Sound  Farmers Institute, Reed Road,  Gibsons, 886-2014. Stumping or  ditching powder, dynamite, electric or regular caps, prima-  cord, etc.  COMPRESSED AIR  SERVICE FOR  Skindivers' and Firemen's  air tanks  SKINDIVERS AVAILABLE  FOR SALVAGE WORK  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint, fibreglass, rope, canvas,  boat hardware  Gibsons, 886-9303  WALT. NYGREN  SALES  LTD.  Business girl would like room  and board beginning of January.  Phone 886-7005.  Now available, Room & Board,.  winter   rates.   Peninsula   Hotel.  Phone 886-2472.  FOR PENT  2 pair Dayton caulks. Ph. 885-  9976 evenings.:  DeMOLAY CHRISTMAS TREES  SAVE  HOURS  OF STOMPING  THROUGH WET FREEZING  BRUSH AND SEARCHING  FOR TREES IN A LAST  MINUTE RUSH  FREE DELIVERY  FOR INFORMATION  PHONE   ���.886-7050  -��� 886-7711  LAYAWAY GIFTS  FOR CHRISTMAS  Choose from a wide selection of  House Plants, Planters, Aquariums., Pet Beds, Doggy Coats,  Canaries, Budgies, Hamsters,  Turtles, Goldfish and Tropical  Fi sh. GIFT CERTIFICATES  available. ']'....���  MURRAY'S  Your local Garden and Pet Shop  Phone 886-2919  IF IT'S SUITS - IT'S MORGANS  885-9330, Sechelt  HORSEMEN ~~  For your tack needs see  Walt Nygren Sales  Gibsons, 886-9303  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales. Ph.  $85-9713. Sechelt.  SPORTING GOODS  Hardware and appliances  Where .your dollar has more  ��� Y' 7; Y     ���: cents ������ '���'  7    ^ EARL'S IN GIBSONS    Y Y  Y 886-9600 ���.���77 7      --FY.  Manure, delivered. Phone 886-  2233:  One Airco auto, oil furnace and  250 gal. tank. Phone 886-2897.  Nice clean, warm, furnished  cottage. $40. Phone 886-2559.  2 bedroom house close to down  town area, $115. Unfurnished.  Phone 886-7464 afternoons.  Single room for working man.  Apply at rear door, 1749 Marine  Drive, Gibsons, after 11 a._h.  Semi-furnished 2 bedroom trailer, 10' x 52', Gower Point Rd.,,  R. W. Vernon, 886-2887.  Furnished 3  room  suite,   auto-.  oil heat,  fjp..,   elec. appliances.  Men preferred. Phone 886-9661.  Mobile home space available.  Sunshine Coast Trailer Park,  Gibsons. Phone 886-9826.  BEST ACCOMMODATION  IN GIBSONS  MAPLE CRESCENT  NEW DELUXE APARTMENT  1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments vacant now. FREE heat, washig  facilities, drapes, blinds, parking, water, garbage collection. Colored appliances and  plumbing. Luxury living at low  cost.  Phone 886-2905  WANTED TO ROT  Workshop, garage or shed suitable for building 18 foot boat,  close to Giibsons. Phone 886-  2622.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  Mo. Payments like rent.  Only $5000 dn, and pymts at  $100 per mo. is all you need to  purchase this lovely completely :remodelled home. Loc. in centre-of Gibsojrisi-close to all conv.  Offering Iwarmthi comfort and  view. $15,000 F.P.:  2 50' x 265' lots locY on Hwy,  close in Gibsons, $3250 ea. Good  terms. Cy Knowles, 291-2881.   "  BLOCK   BROS.  REALTY  LTD.  View lots, West Sechelt. Phone  885-9330, 885-9796 or write Box  441, ��� Sechelt. . Y ;  1 double frontage large view lot  ��� cleared ��� near good beach  area��� paved road, water, light  and telephone. R.W. Vernon,  886-2887 -v.; Y  NEW   SUBDIVISION       ~~  GOWER   POINT  Choice building lots, lOOO feet  from beach, good view. Easy  terms.  R.W Vernon ��� 886-2887  C0NSTRUCTI0R  Everything tor your  building needs  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES  Sechelt.  Phone 885-228?  REAL ESTATE  Two adjoining lots on Sechelt  Highway (100 x 265). Village,  water. 790  F.P. $4,500  View lot in village., near shops  932  F.P. $2,500 ��� Terms  Early possession ��� Comfortable two bedroom home oh  view lot 899  F.P.  $7,300  Gibsons ��� Centrally located.  Clean, attractive, two bedroom  home. Finished rec. room. Utility room. Large porch. Electric  range, garbage burner and oil  heater included. Nicely landscaped view lot. 936  F.P. $13,500 ��� Terms  GET INTO  %      7. THE XMAS./    , ���   -"  SPIRIT  JOIN THE  FUN  Be sure to call in at  K. BUTLER REALTY  and try your skill  Enter our annual. Xmas Contest  Cash prize-  DRAWING ON DEC. 28, 1968  K. Butler  Ron McSavaney  Ed  Butler  Don Tait  886-2000  886-9656  886-2000  883-2284  Agencies Ltd.  Realty & Insurance  Gibsons  Call C. R. Gathercole  Office 886-7015  K: BUTLER REALTY  & Insurance  -  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  A MERRY CHRISTMAS  TO   EVERYONE  FROM ALL OF US AT  ��������� McMYNN'S  E. McMynn 886-2500  Do Wortman       886-2393  J. Warn '886-2681  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  NOTARY  PUBLIC  MEMBER:  MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  Phone 886-2248  CHURCHSERV1.ES  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Christmas Day  9:30 a.m.., Communion  and Carols ���  Sunday  8 a.m., Holy Communion  11:15. a.m., Martins ,  7:30  p.m.,  Evensong  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Nine Lessons and Carols  St.   Hilda's,   Sechelt    ,  9:30 a.m., Family Service  UNITE)  Gibsons United Church  11:15 a.m., Divine Service  7 p.m., Service and Social  9:30 a.m., Wilson Creek  2:30 p.m., Roberts Creek  CALVARY BAPTIST, Gibsons  Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.  .  Evening Service 7 p.m,.  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thur>  BETHEL BAPTIST,  Sechelt  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m.,  Wed., Prayer  Rev. A.  Willis  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Member  P.A.O.C.  886-7272  Highway and Martin Road  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  Tues.  Bible  Study & Prayer  7:30 p.m. .....  Fri.   Clubs   &   Family Services  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Morning Worship 11 a.m.  GLAD TIDINGS  Gower Point Road  886-2660 '.������;:.  Sunday  Sunday School, 10 a.m.  Morning Worship, 11 a.m.  Evening Service 7 p.an.  with Choir and Specials  Tuesday  Testimony  and Exhortation  Service 7:00  With once a month Special  Evangelistic Service  Transportation available  ,     to all services  Coast News  Phone 886-2622  MILLER - {CAMERON   \  St. James United Church,  Vancouver, was - the 'scene of a  very pretty wedding on Nov. 2,  when. Rev. W. Burgess united  in marriage June Ellen Cahir  eron and Arnold C. MiUer.  The .bride is : the only daugh-  ��� ter  of'. Mr.   and   Mrs.^William  Cameron of Madeira. Park and  the groom 4s the son of Mr: and  Mrs. A. C.-Miller of Vancouver.  The chufch was decorated  with white and red mums while  the .pews were adorned with  white1 bows with red centres.  Give'n in marriage by her fa-:  ther; the bride chose a sheath  gowh of white cut velvet, with  a matching coat extending into ,  a.train. A headpiece of roses  and seed pearls held her tiered  bouffant veil. She carried a bouquet pf red roses.  Phone call  hits court  A 20-year-old woman who ran  up a 52-3ninute phone call to  California on a fictitious tele- *  phone credit card numlber was  acquitted of theft Saturday, in  Gibsons police court after she  said she believed the numlber  was' valid.- ���.-77 . ' Y '���.--���  Odette Jean Moore, a blonde  swimming teacher who gave her  home town as San Jose, Calif.,,  admitted making" the $20.60 call  from Rofberts Creek to Los Ga-  tos, Calif., last Oct. 28.  But she testified that the num-Y  ber was given to her as vaJid  by someone she met on.the ferry from Vancouver.  She knew him  only as Jim.  ���  He said she could use tlie hum-Y  'ber if she ever got into trouble  or had to make a long distance  call,   she  told  Magistrate .IanY*  ��� WalikerY ��� -Y  She was charged with theft of  telephone serviced under $50.  The magistrate said the explanation was barely credible  but it-was sufficient to raise a  doubt entitling herlo dismissal.  Miss Moore was defended by  lawyer David Leslie.  George  F.   Holmes,   revenue  toll�� supervisor for B.C.  Telephone, testified that the credit    ���  card number, J177-5604-1I23, was  non-existent. .  Road blocks on!  .. RCMP report that road blocks  which will toe continued during  Christmas and New Year holiday periods are apparently helping keep drinking drivers off the  roads. So far there have been  a few warnings but nothing serious has emerged.  Recent snowfalls caused minor accidents chiefly but one  caused heavy damage to the car  driven by Alfred Pelky of Port  Mellon who while trying to navigate a curve in the show found  his car would not respond. It  finished up by going over a bank  bashing in the front.  Rer attendants were all gowned alike in red velvet sheath,  carrying white 7fur muffs,..-deer  orated., with" red , flowers, were  matron of honor Mrs. Colin Rich  ardseri; and: bridesmaids Misses  Anne Cameron, the bride's cousin; Barbara Borthwiek and  Mrs. Glenn Dingman.yy.  John Whiffin was best.man  and ushers, were Denny Barton,  Russell Ellis -and John Cameron, the bride's brother. < Y  M the reception in the'Gainsborough .Room;, Blue Boy Motor  Hotel the bride's uncle Mr. Duncan cauieron proposed the bridal toast. Later the young couple left on their honeymoon .to  Barbados. They are making  their home in.Richmond.  FLOAT SERVICE  ��� . - ���  Storage, Repairs, Building  Repairs to Island Homes  Wood Cutting  Box   432  Gibsons  Ph. 886-2432  K. & R. SIMPSON  You tan order  them at Ihe  Scratch Pads  Rubber Stamps  Rubber Stamp Pads  Counter Cheque Books  Acco Fasteners  Time Books  Record Books  Receipt Books  Theatre Tickets  Typing Paper  Envelopes  File Folders  Carbon Paper  Mimeograph Paper  Statement .Pads  Adding Machine Rolls  *    Columnar Sheets  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-2622  .  How about a Coast News one year Subscription as a  CHRISTMAS GIFT - A 52 week gift for $3 ndian home plan extended  Marked "O" for Osaka, Japan, this tree will (become one of  the 109 logs being donated by member companies of the Council  of the Forest Industries of B.C.. for use In the B.C. PavHioo aft  Expo '70. From this tree,, a 68-foot log from B.C. Forest Products  Limited operations at-Caycuse, Vancouver Island.  ranch  Prime - Minister- Pierre. Elliott  Trudeau and Opposition Leader  Robert Stanfield officially became ranchers -in Cariboo and  Chilcotin, in a short ceremony  in the Commonwealth Room .of  the parliament buildings.  Coast Chilcotin member of  parliament Paul St. Pierre and  Cariboo MP Len Marchand presented the two national leaders  with brand certificates and  eight-pound branding irons of  the hot type7 Y  The prime minister, whose  ranch is listed at Big Creek,  Chilcotin, B.C., holds the Rocking T brand. "You are now  .privileged to do anything that  a rancher can do, including  failing to make money," said  . St. Pierre;y,y        '"7Y.  Mr. Stanfield, whose ranch is  listed as Monte:Creek, B.C.,  has the Square S brand which,  the MPs told him, can be;read  as; the .Squareshooter. \ \  The ^presentations by the two  MPs were made on behalf of  British Columbia' Beef Growers  association. The association  bought a prime steer' at Kamloops Beef Sale for, presentation  to; the prime minster and opposition leader. Mr. Trudeau  donated,his half of the animal  to; the Salvation,; Army. Mr.  Stanfield gave his |tb the Christmas Exchange,". ..an Ottawa  ��� charity. ./  fiVIr. Stanfield said the Cari-  bdo was one of the most beautiful areas of Canada he had  visited. He spent a holiday  there on a ranch some time ago,  he said, and found the region  vastly impressive. He also spoke  in praise of the Cariboo Country television series, which was  written by MP St. Pierre.  Mr. Trudeau, chatting briefly with St. Pierre and his son  Paul Robert St. Pierre after  the brief informal ceremony,  said "The ranch country is a  place I very much want to  spend some time in some day,"  he said.  "Do you know much about  ranching," he asked Paul II.  "I've seen them being run but  I've never ( run one myself,"  said the MP's son.  It was pointed- out to the  prime minster that he could  still find ranches in the B.C. interior    which    were in almost  virgin territory. A relative of  the prime minister's '-Oscar.  Trudeau, operates a ranch in  the. remote district near Euchin-  , ko on the West Road River.  The branding irons and registration papers for "British Columbia's newest ranchers who  now also have .the distinction  of owning the smallest herds.  "We thought of giving you the  traditional long.; rope and running iron, but it didn't seem  right for men of your probty,"  said' St.- Pierre.  Fairyland at  Robinson's  Traditional goose will indeed  hang high at the home of  .Charles (Dad) Robinson on  School Road this Christmas.  Again surrounded by his five  sons and their families, the  yuletide reunion will be remi-  nescent of Dickens Christmas  , Carol, and even as the Crachit  family, there will be a hush of  .expectancy just /before the.  goose is placed on the festive  boaird. In the words; of Bob  Crachit, "there never was such  a"-bird". . .so plump and succulent, cooked and browned to  the ultimate degree of tender-  .- ness. :  .Outside the Robinson home,  the annual fairyland of lights  will sparkle and glow through  the night as brightly as ever.  From a single string, 16 years  ago, the outside illumination  now numbers more than 700  vari-colored lights and numerous Biblical and Walt Disney  cutouts. As in the past this  family Christmas spectacle is  masterminded by Carmen Robinson of Vancouver, under Dad  Robinson's supervision and assisted by brothers, John, Winston, Godfrey and Charlie.    /  Weeks before the holidays,  the living room and kitchen  areas of the old home are turn-,  ed into a Ibusy workshop, where  lifesize storybook figures, including chocolate soldiers', roily  poly snowmen and elves, all  mounted on plywood, are turned out with assembly line pre-  cison.  District to  aid Sechelt  Sechelt's    municipal    council  has   officially   approached   the  Regional District* (board ,to include the village of, Sechelt .in  its' Letters Patent covering its  water facility. This has been  done at the request of Jhe Regional District board because it  cannot act for a municipality  unless there is a request.  Bidding Alderman Adele deLange a farewel^ from council  as a result of the recent election, Mayor Swain said it had  been; a pleasure working with  her and he would have liked to  have seen her serve another two  years. Her work was splendid  and very detailed, he said. Council decided to raise the village  clerk's salary six ^percent in  view of other increases elsewhere of alike amount.  Mayor Swain reported that  his conversations with. Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce revealed  that the chamber would like to  see expansion become a major  project for council. The mayor  suggested that perhaps they  should find out first whether the  outside people wanted to join  the village municipality.  Council decided to support in  principle the present drive under way towards obtaining a  Recreation Centre for the area.  The chamber of commerce asked council to do something next  spring about arranging a parking area for visiting tourists to  use. Y  The department of highways  recommended to council that it  should delay painting crosswalk  strips until the weather was  more suitaible. Help will be  sought from' the department of  public works to get fixed the  now broken storm' sewer gate at  high tide mark on the beach.  The job was too much for what  equipment the village had available.  Blake C. Alderson, D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  4 days weekly  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone  885-2333  Monday, Wednesday,  Thursday, Saturday  12 noon to 5 p.m.  EVENINGS  BY APPOINTMENT  The maximum . amount I of  money available as second mortgage on off-reserve housing for  Indian people has been ihcreas-  - ed from $6,000 to $10,000; it was  announced by. the Hon. Jean  Chretien, minister of Indian affairs and northern development.  The loans are .part of the 3_e-  partment's /ofpreserve housing  program, jstarted in; May 1967,  .which already has provided  houses for close to 150 families.  More than anotherV.150 families  have been granted approval to  purchase homes under the program.-   . ���������;'' v'-'vY-Y  ';'������ ������������..,.-..!;���:'/.:  At the same time, regulations  have been- made more flexible.  Mr. Chretien explained that  under the previous .regulations,  the maximum available was $6,-  "000 and of*this amount, $1,000  had to be used for the purchasing of furnishings. Under/the  new regulations,- if furniture is  not required, , the purchaser  may borrow up to the full  amount available to him and  apply it towards the cost of his  new home.    \  The Minister said that $1 million has already been committed to the program and another  $1 million is to be made available. The program assists Indian people living off the reserves in the purchase of . a  home by providing second  mortgage money.to individuals.  The amount of the mortgage-  is determined by the annual  family income. The borrower  must also make a minimum personal contribution. Another feature of these loans is that the  loan is forgiven at a rate of  one-tenth per year if the borrower satisfactorily 'meets his  first mortgage obligations.       -  In making the announcement,  the - minister pointed out that  the increase was made necessary to allow Indian families  to meet minimum earning requirements established by Central Mortgage arid Housing.  Corporation and to offset the  higher cost of land outside reserve communities. It had been  noted that although some persons received large second  mortgages, they could qualify  only for a low CMHC mortgage.  As a result, in many cases, they  had to accept accommodation  which did not meet their requirements.  SHARE YOUR  GOOD HEALTH  BE A BLOOD DONOR  Coast News, Dec. 24, 1968.       5  Who's Who!  The   phenomenal   growth   of  British -.Columbia, manifested in  all facets of the business, jpolrv  tical   and   socioeconomic  communities, is further reflected; in  the announcement this weekyby  Geoffrey  Edgelow   of  Victoria,  publishr of Who's Who in Brit-;  ish Columbia, that the tenth editionof the publication, the^ first  since 1953, will appear early in  '1969.'   ': Y-Y,. ;��������� YY7,  With slightly over 300 entries  ���listed 15 years ago, Mr. Edge-  low anticipates that the edition  currently in preparation will  have grown to about 2000 names  Mr. Edgelow feels that the  tenth edition of Who's Who7 in  British Columbia will fill a. grow  ing need for reliable information  on the important people west of  the Rockies; and be of value.,  not only to many of those in the  business, academic, professional and social sectors of the province's daily life, but also to  those elsewhere whose interests  cause them to glance in the direction of British Columbia.  Dual  m* Controlled  Cars  Peninsula Driving School  FREE PICK-UP ��� Ph. 886-2401     -  CHRISTMAS SMCIAl ��� SIX HOURS $35 6       Coast News, Dec. 24, 1968.  NEW MATH NOT SUITED  The new math may not be  suited to modern needs for  mathematical skills, suggests  Canadian University in its report on a recent mathematics  conference in Ottawa. Curt  Moser, head of mathematics at  Algonquin College's school of  technology in Ottawa, maintained that high schools are graduating   students   with    a    low  mathematics skill ��� they can't  do things like simple interest,  percentage and fraction problems ��� even though, through  some of the techniques used in  the new math, they have high  abstract mathematical skill.  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE BEST SELLERS  Phone 886-2622  rAjruiON'Ni-Wir  A GIFT FOR ANY LADY ��� A cosy quilted cotton Jtaninch coat  makes a gift she will want to wear light away on dteristmas morning. This new fitted style from Diamond Tea Gowns is In a demure  floral print.  TASELLA SHOPPE  FOR YOUR YARDGOODS ��� Sechelt >��� Ph. 885-9331  GILMORE'S  VARIETY  SHOP  SEWING NEEDS, BUTTERICK PATTERNS-^Sechelt, Ph. 885-9343  HOWE SOUND 5/ 10, 15 CENT STORE  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9852  For All Your SEWING NEEDS, SIMPLICITY PATTERNS  D. G. DOUGLAS VARIETY & PANTS  McCall's Patterns, Laces, Remnants & Singer Supplies  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons ��� Ph;' 886-2615  CROSSWORD   ->   _>   _>   By A. C. Gordon  ACROSS  ... the  climax!  Commotion  Find fault  9 - Imdequate  11 - Flat land  Consume  Small bubble  16 - Citric drink  17 - Shining  19 - Wintry sporting device  In reference  Health resort  Type of bed  24 - Printer's unit  25 - Excite distaste  27 - Islam's sacred  scripture  29 - To proceed  30 - Sliver (chem.)  31 - Code  34 - Formerly  37 - Sun god  38 - Large cask  39 - To decay  40 - Provided tfaat  42 - Ribllc notices  44 - To furnish  46-HalU  4  7  12  14  20  21  22  47 - Festive  49 - Beginning of  urology  50 -Baking  chamber  51 - Civilian dress  53 - Aptitude  55 - Greek letter  56 - That thing's  DOWN  1 - Container  2 - Girl's name  3 - Greek letter  4 - Type of electric  current  5 - Quick pat  6 - Units-       ,  eeij       nam  BBaoB __a_Ji___  __.____H   EES]   CEDE  _______  ____[_____- fcjcua  En__��EB   EEH   __!_  CQuma  E-G  __il_l_J_!_f  li-SI  u_u.  EEHC.  HE  -__-_3_-  r_3   f_EV  Utlfc_   _J_JH____   HJillLi  L_lk__Jl_    E-UU   |jfc_2_��__  CJUCEt    _JO_-E-_.  -.EH tPfcJ-  7 - Transferrer  8 - Lawful  .9 - Goods oh  hand .  10 - Assumed  11 - Blemish  13 - Male nickname  15 - Obscure  17 - Mimic  18 - To court  21 - Athletics In  general  23 - Characteristic  26 - Conceit  28 - Time past  31 - Feminine title  32 - Bring legal  action  33 - Boredom  34 - Testimony  35 - Disturbance  36 - Waterway  37 - Tatter  41-Bog  v_3 - Swing around  45 - Medical title  46 - Bird (Latin)  48 - To the rear  50 - Grain  52 - Tantalum  (chem.)  54 - Chinese  distance uaM -  Donors helping  senior citizens  <_  Seeing is believing is an old  expression  which   continues  to  prove true in the case of the  Sunshine Coast Senior Ctizens'  Homes. Over 400 hundred people have come to see the beautiful units which, were open for  inspection before the tenants  moved in and took up residence.  Many of them have shown  their appreciation andi pride in  their newest area feature by  makingi a contrilbutiofi towards  the $100,000 cost of building and  land with small, medium and  several large gifts.  Mr. Ben Firth reports that the  amount given to date has risen  to $17,388,79- with $1,403.61' toeing  received during Novemlber. A  numlber of donors are giving a  small gift each month and it is  hoped that many will continue  with this practice which will ensure the normal routine expenses being met. It is expected that  with many initial expenses there  will be a deficit in the .receipts  for the first few months at least.  The interest charges are at their  peak also during this initial' period.  Several  of the tenants have  ibeen making /plans to have gardens surrounding their homes.  Some of the tenants have been  watching the games in the elementary   school   yard   and'   in  Hackett Park. This is another  reason why the board of directors feel that the choice of pro- ���  perty was an excellent one, and ~  last but  not  least  there  have >  been so many comments  that  no matter how much rain may   '  fall,  there is never any mud'  around the homes.  Requests halve been received  that containers should! be placed in the stores    *  What to do with a very cold turkey  A mediterranean cousin is the'"  Italian thick pancake style omelet known as Frittata, turned  for second-side cooking when  the bottom is set firmly ��� or  placed unturned under ���a broiler  to firm the -top.  ���  FRITTATA  MEDLEY  ���6 eggs ,v  -  2 cups  diced  turkey   (or ham,  seafood   or   crisp   vegetables,  chopped fine).  1 small onion, minced  Copking  oil  Salt and pepper,, to taste  Brown onion irf�� 2 tbsps. oil;  add chopped turkey and vegetables, heating and mixing together. Beat eggs with two  tbsps. water as for an omelet  and mix in heated turkey and  vegetalble mixture.  Heat 3 tablespoons , oil in  omelet pan or ��ki_le_, pour  in egg mixture and ��ook at  medium heat until browned on  bottom. Turn upside down onto  a warm plate, add- oil to pan-  and slide turned frittata back  in to pan, or place pan under  broiler until unturned tfrittata  sets on top.  Serve at once. 7  A hefty turkey souffle or omelet is a welcome post-Christmas -  turkey-user.  A. superb souffle as a main  course is individual Creole  Turkey Souffles ��� in which, seafood can be substituted to create  appetizers if there is no surplus turkey problem.v  CREOLE TURKEY SOUFFLE  8 large tomatoes ,   ���  3 tbsps.  butter       -  2 tlbsps. grated onion .  3 tbsps. flour  ZA cup light cream, scalded  "3 egg yolks  1 tbsp. salt  V2 tbsp. pepper  Dash of cayenne ^  MOOIVLIGHT BOWtllHG  IT'S DIFFERENT!   IT'S TERRIFIC! IT'S GREAT!  IT'S PSYCHEDELIC!  FREE GAME for each strike  MADE OK W RED HEAD PIN  BRING THE FAMILY ��� HAVE FUN  Fri.. Sat., Mon., Dec. 27; 28,30  at 7 p.m.  Sunday, Dec. 29  ^   at 1:30 p.m.  E & M BOWLADROME  '        Phone  886-2086 ��� Gibsons  CLOSED  CHRISTMAS,  BOXING  and  NEW YEAR'S  DAY  2 tsps. chopped parsley  1 tbsp.  sherry  (optional)*  V/z cups" finely chopped cooked  turkey,  3 egg whites '���  Cut a 1-inch slices from stem  end of each tomato. Scrape out  seeds and pulp, leaving a thick  shell. Turn upside down and  drain well.  Melt .butter in saucepan, add  onion and saute 2 minutes. Add  flour,-, stirring until smooth. '  Gradually add * scalded cream,,  stirring constantly until just  boiling. Beat egg yolks until  thick in a bowl.  Pour a few tablespoons of the  hot mixture gradually into egg s.  yolks, beating steadilyY' Then  pour heated yolks back into hot  mixture, -stirring constantly.  Cook over low heat until thick  and smooth. Do not boil. Add ��  salt, pepper, cayenne, parsley,  sherry and turkey; mix well.  Remove from, heat and cook 15  minutes* " Meanwhile, preheat  oven to 375 degrees (moderately hot).  Beat egg whites until stiff but  not dry.  Fold     carefully    into  turkey mixture. Spoon . into tomato shells about SA full. Place  on greased, (baking1 sheet. -    -  'Rake 20 , niinutes. \ Sprinkle a  little finely" :. grated' Cheddar  ���cheese .,on top^then serve immediately. Serves four asr main  course with salad- or eight as  an appetizer:  Wh��n you'r* ready to nam*'  the day .'. , t��e She beautiful  RAINBOW  WEDDING LINE  INVITATION* -&   ,  ANNOUNCEMENT*   ���  COAST NEWS  GIBSONS  . Ph. 886-2622  Henry Says:  in order to give ourselves and staff a holiday break, we announce that���<  \Ui, I   . UU.il   U ���.4&i',/7T"?    /  HENRY'S BAKERY  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  will be closed SBSt1?t  ,        NEW YEAR'S DAY  and JAN. 2nd  RE-OPENING for continuous service at regular __  hours JANUARY 3  Please Note:  Gibsons Bakery and Village Bakery,  Sechelt. will be dosing Dec. 24 until  Jan. 13 and 14 respectively.  We wish all our customers a Merry  Christmas and a Happy,  Prosperous New Year.  HENRY'S BAKERY  Sunnycrest   Shopping  Plaza  Gibsons ��� Phone 886-7^41   ,  ��� r ���  DATES DECEMBER 27, 28, 30 & 31  Save  or More  4-DAY PRE-NSW YEAR SALE on ALL REMAINING STOCK Of  PARTY DRESSES  Beautifully styled party frocks ��� choose yours early and be all set for  the New Year's celebrations . . . every evening and cocktail dress  on our racks must be sold at markdown prices before 1969.  THRIFTEE LADIES WEAR  NEXT TO THE BANK OF MONTREAL ��� GIBSONS ��� Ph. 886-0543  ''���''. v. SUNSHINE COAST DIRECTORY  Coast News, Dec. 24, 1968.       7  SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER PARK  ��������  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway  Roomy Parking, Plenty  -  ; '       of Water        ..   -  Large Recreation Area  Bus Passes Park Site  Phone 886-9826  > ' '  TIUICUM CHIMNEY SERVICE  Chimneys, Saves and Drains ���  cleaned and repaired  Painting ��� Janitor Service  Gardening and Odd Jobs  R. BARCLAY  Sechelt 885-2094 ��� 885-2191  All Work Guaranteed  SICOTTE BULLDOZING Lfd.  ��� ROAD GRADING  ��� LAND CLEARING  ��� ROAD BUILDING  Phone 886-2357  VERNON & SON BULLDOZING  LAND CLEARING  ROAD BUILDING  LOGGING EXCAVATING  Free Estimates  Service and Satisfaction  Guaranteed  Phone 886-2887  LAND SURVEYING  ROY & WAGENAAR  SURVEYS  1525 Robsons  St.  Vancouver 5 .    Ph. 681-9142  Zenith 6430  Sechelt 885-2332  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES  Everything for your building  needs  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2283  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION &  MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harlbour  Phone 886-2231  From 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS,  WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS  880-2248  A. �� RITCHEY  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  Concrete vibrator  Phone 886-2040  L & H SWANSON Ltd.  Backhoe &  Loader Work  TASEUASHOP  Ladies ��� Mens ��� Childrens  Wear ��� Yard Goods ��� Wool  and St4p.es ��� Bedding  Linens  Dial 885-9331 Sechelt, B.C.  ;  CONTROL BLASTING  ,  Free Estimates  FRED. DONLEY  Pender Harbour  883-2403 .  Cement Gravel,  Road Gravel,  Sand & Fill  Septic Tanks & Drain Fields  Phone 885-9606 -  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  SCOWS   ���   LOGS  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phono 885-9425  PENINSUU TV  Servicing Gibsons,   Sechelt,  Pender Haiibour  Any make,  including color  Phone collect for service  883-2430  Bill Peters  U S TRANSPORT Ltd.  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight Service to  Vancouver  Local pickup and delivery  service  Lowfbed hauling  SIM ELECTRIC Lfd. ���  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2002  PENINSULA PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLIES  (Formerly Rogers Plumbing)  on Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  SALES & SERVICE  Port MellonY��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates        Y  Phone 886-9533  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES & SERVICE  Hot Water Heating  Building & Alterations  Davis Bay Rd., R.R.1,  Sechelt ���Ph. 885-2116  I     APPLIANCES  Radio, Appliance; & TV Service  Live Better Electrically  GIBSONS ELECTRIC Ltd.  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  NEVENS RADIO & TV  DEALER  FOR  PHILIPS  ZENITH  s    FLEETWOOD  -RCA VICTOR  SALES & SERVICE  To all Makes  Phone 886-2280  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  Phone 886-2808  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES Lfd.  Everything for your building  needs  Free Estimates  PARKINSON'S HEATING Lfd.  Gibsons  fESSC DIL FURNACE  No Down Payment ��� Bank Int.  Ten Years to Pay  Complete line of Appliances  for Free Estimates call 880-2728  SUNC0  PROPERTY PATROL Lfd.  Serving the Sunshine Coast  Offers security-check patrol  of your property  Services arranged to suit you  WE CARE ABOUT YOUR  PROPERTY  Phone 885-9737,. Office,  Res. 883-2688,  P.O. Box 43, Sechelt, B.C.  \  ' .  ANDY  SHOP FROM 10 fo 10  CAP?  Always' a fresh stock of  Groceries  Meats  Dairy Products  Confectionery  Bake  Goods ���  Soft Drinks  Fruits ��� Vegetables  Houseliold Supplies  ���            *  at the  VILLAGE STORE  GIBSONS  -  Phone 886-7466  WE'LL DELIVER  TIP TOP WINDOW CLEANING  & JANITOR SERVICE  Commercial & Residential  Winterizing of  Summer Homes  Phone  Lyle   885-9715  Prompt  Service   Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC Lfd.  Residential.��� Commercial  Industrial Wiring  ELECTRICAL HEATING  SPECIALISTS  Gibsons ��� 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phono 886-2664 ��� R.R.1 Gibsons  0CEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Custom built cabinetry for  home and office  KITCHEN SPECIALISTS  R. BIRKIN ��� 886-2551  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for  ROCKGAS PROPANE  Also Oil Installations  Free Estimates  FURNITURE  Phone 885-9713  CHALET UPHOLSTERY  Davis Bay  FREE ESTIMATES  >: Samples. Brought to  your home  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  885-9575  HADDOCKS CABANA MARINA  All Electric Cabins  Boat Rentals      " \y  Launching  Ramp  MERCURY OUTBOARD  -    Sales & Service '.'���"'.]���  Marine Ways ��� Repairs  Madeira   Park  ��� Ph.   883-2248  �� ���    - '.��� '  AiBUiiuuuuumuiuiirawinnuunraiuuuuiuumuuuraMiittih.  i  ��� TAX PAPERS  ��� LETTERS  ��� MEDICAL CERTIFICATES  ��� LEGAL DOCUMENTS  and other required papers  Coast News  Ph. 886-2622  ^tuuummuuniuuttui-tt-MuiiunuuuttroniniHmiuuaar  Point of law  (By a Practicing Lawyer)  Copyright applied for  * _���  Many persons have problems  about breach of contract. If the  other party breaks a condition  can one sue for damages? May  .the contract be repudiated?  What about a breach of warranty ��� or guaranty?  For breach of condition, the  .contract may be repudiated and  the party aggrieved (the one  - who; suffers) may, in addition,  generallj' sue for damages (i.e.  his loss), if any. To repudiate  .a contract, is to cancel it ���  io regrad it as at an end ���  to- refuse to perform under it,  etc. For example, to refuse to  .ship goods under a contract of  ;sale.  SHARE THE  HEALTH  TOE  CHRISTMAS  SEALS  FIGHT TB AND OTHER  RESPIRATORY DISEASES  For breach of warranty, the  party aggrieved can sue only  for damages. This should not  be confused with the term  guaranty, the latter being often  used when, warranty is7meant.  A guaranty properly means  guaranteeing ^payment of the  debt of another:'  What is ;the' difference between a condition and a warranty? A7 condition is >a term  of a contract going directly to  the substance of the contract.  It is, in other words, so essential to the nature of the contract  that its non-performance may  fairly be considered as a substantial failure to perform the  contract at -all.- An example  would be the time for delivery  of goods ina contract of sale.  . A warranty is a term, that  is collateral to the main purpose of the contract; In other  i- wordsi even though there is a  breach of warranty, the contract may fairly be considered  as substantially performed.  Provisions in a contract concerning the time Of payment  are generally warranties.  .  Whether a term, is a condition or warranty depends upon  the intention of the parties > as  inferred from the court's interpretation of the meaning of  ,the contract.  It is immaterial what the  .term is called ��� it is what it  is that counts; The law looks  to the substance of a thing not  ,the mere form of it. Thus in a  .written contract a condition  may be called a warranty, or  vice versa, or a warranty may  be incorrectly called a guaranty, but the courts will give effect to what the condition really is arid apply "the appropriate  remedy.  ii   Order Your Subscription  { from Coast News  j    NAME   I   ADDRESS       I '���-..-.  |  ]   FROM (Your Name)      ISABEL  WRITES:  By   HON.   ISABEL  DAWSON  ��� British Columbia's manufacturing industry has enjoyed unprecedented growth during the  1960's. An estimated 124,000  people employed in production  and administration of the industry received wages and  salaries of $775 million iir 1967  -alone:5;-yy:":'.i'':' y-y.' yy,-yyyy ��� ���  The wood-and-paper-products  industries dominate manufacturing in the province, accounting  for almost 50 percent of factory  shipments. Although there has;  been a marked increase in new  manufacturing facilities in other  industries, the forest industries  will remain in the forefront for  many years on the strength of  recently 7^orfipleted and planned  expansion programs., The pulp  and paper sector is growing at  the fastest rate, but plywood;  lumber and other forest products industries are also experiencing rapid growth.  The major manufacturing industries are in the lower mainland, where activity is highly  diversified. Vancouver Island,  the second leading area, has a  heavy concentration of forest  products industries as well.  *     *     *  Smelting and refining are the  .main industries in the West  Kootenay (Trail) and Northwest (Kitimat) areas. Food  processing is important in the  Okanagan, and fish processing,  smelting and forestry in the,  northwest.  In recent years the Prince  George area has become Canada's largest centre of chemical  ,pulp production. The leading  manufacturing industry, saw-  fnilling, makes up a substantial  part of total manufacturing activity in most interior regions.  In British Columbia, manufacturing largely involves the  processing of primary products  such as logs, ores, crude oil,  farm produce and fish. However, there has been recently  a rapid expansion of secondary  .manufacturing to supply the  needs of primary processors  for such items as mining, logging and transportation equip-  ment.  The production of consumer  products is currently a small  part of total manufacturing.  This, however, is beginning to  change owing to a high population growth rate and the high  level of personal income.  Geographical distribution of  manufacturing in 1965 showed  .that the lower mainland had  ,2,000 establishments, (approximately) which employed close  to 66,000 people. This area contains the highest concentration  of manufacturing in the province.  Lowest concentrations of  manufacturing are to be found  in the north and the east, particularly the Peace River and  East Kootenay regions.  The value of goods produced  and capital investment ire new  manufacturing facilities in British Columlbia is exceeded only  by Ontario and Quebec. 8       Coast News, Dec. 24, 1968.*  SOCCER  CONTINUOUS REGISTER  CONTINUOUS CARBON  CARBON SNAPS  REPAIR & SERVICE  WORK ORDERS  PERSONALIZED OR  y]:,��m0!R;.v ���  order your  Packfold forms  Coas! News  PH.88M622  Dec. 15 Games':  ���_'_.]  Division 2:  Hotshots 3  Gibs.  United 5  Division 7:  Rolberts Ck. 1  Madeira . Pk. 3  Sech. Timibermeh 1  Canfor  Tigers 0  Division 5:  Sech. Legion 9  Gibs, chargers 0  ���>&  W  L T   Pt  Division 2:  Gib. United (1) 8  Local 297 (4)., ,2  Sech. Hotshots (3) 3  Res. Totems (2) 7  Division _:  Gibs. Chargers (4)' 2  Gibs. Legion (2) 7  Res. Braves (1) , Y 7  Res. Hawks' (5) ��� 0  Sech. Legion (3) - 5  Division 7:  Rolb. -Creek,   (-7) 0-  Sec. Timbermen (1) 9  Shop Easy (3) ": 6  Res. Warriors (6) . 2  Canifor Tigers (2) 9  Gibs. Cougars (4) 3  Mad. Park (5) 2>  2 1  0 0  8 0  2 1  0  0  0 0  9 0  4   0  9  0  3  7  1  4  8  1  2  1  0  1  2  1  17  4  6  15  4  14  14  0  10  1  20  18  4  19  8  5  OWLIN  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  5% INTEREST CREDIT ON TAX PAYMENTS  made between Jan. 1st and May 15th  Interest, at the rate of 5% per annum, will be credited  to any prepayment deposit on current (1969) taxes made  .between January 1st to May 15th, 1969. Interest will be calculated from the date of Payment to June 30th, 1969. Such  deposits, in any amount up to the total of the 1968 taxes,  will be accepted.-  Any further information required may be obtained from  the Municipal Office, telephone 886-2543.      Y  January 2, 1969.  DAVID JOHNSTON,  Treasurer and Collector  ^��$^  The Right Honorable Vincent  Massey, P.C., C.C., C.H., Canada's first native-born governor-  general will be commeihorated  on a 6c stamp to be released  by the Canada Post Office on  Feb - 20, Postmaster General  Eric Kierans  announces.  Twenty-four and one-half million of the new issue, designed  by Prof. Imre von Mosdossy of  Agincourt, Ontario, will be  printed by the Canadian \ Bank  Note Co. Ltd., Ottawa, using  a combination of the steel engraving and lithographic processes. An engraved portrait of  the late governor-general, printed in dark brown, occupies the  upper half of the vertical stamp.  _E '& M BOWLADROME  High' scores for the week:.  Paddy Richardson 6��9.,-.:Evelyn  Shadwell 301,.Freeman Reynolds  714,   (306).  Ladies: . Diane Berdahl 522,  Janet Hart 503 (252i),: Jean Whitla 563, Ruth Harrison 520, Irene  Rottluff 616, Terry Delong 579,  Maureen Partridge 555, Evelyn  Shadwell 649 (237), Doreen Crosby 543.  Gibsons A: Don MacKay 627  (253)., Mavis Stanley 669 (249),  Dot Skerry 625, Gred'a Cadman  603, Ken Eidt 2?2i Beryl Williams 271, Ann Thompson 251,  Jack Fitchew 279,' Red Day 251.  Teachers: Paddy Richardson  699 (238), Garry DeMarco 252,  Helen Girardi 254, Evelyn Shadwell 637 (301), Vince Lemke 654  (250, 279)., Oribita Santos 603,  Vic Marteddu 661, (282), Joan  Quarry 271.  Thurs. Nite: Bill McGivern 624  (256), Art Holden 664 (275), Free  man Reynolds 714 (306)., Mavis  Stanley 682 (269) Harvey Werning 6135 (2761),. Frank Nevens 634  Red Day 648,  Cecil  Firth  641,  Ron Oram 260, Gordon Day 245.  Tues. Students (2 games): Graeme Winn  275.,  Paul  Scott  308  (150, 158), Bruce Green 299 (1��4)  Trevor Quarry 237, Fred Buckle  222,, John Buckle ,309 (if7fl��), Gerry Harris 317^(158-, 159),. Steven  Charlesworth "236,   John   Volen-  236., Gerry McConnell 255, Ricky  Delong 248 (153),  Todd Postlethwaite  223,   Brad  Quarry  244,  Leonard Green 269 (150).  A new  One of the. sketches by Canadian artist, John Gould, "used in  a National Film Board production, about Indian life on the reservations. Entitled "Pikangikum" - the film is., now in Canadian  theatres and is one of 'several''films making up a vast new project of the N.F.B. entitled "Challenge for Change." The program,  under the co-sponsorship of several government departments and  agencies, is aimed at affecting social change through the use of  film and related media.  Cheam, pronounced she-am, a  new strawberry variety developed by plant breeder Dr. Hugh  Daubeny and released this year,  is performing well in the Pacific Northwest where red stele  and other root diseases are present. It is a processing berry,  not a fresh-market fruit.      >>'  Dr. Daubeny, a memiber of  the staff at the. Canada Department of Agriculture's . Agassiz  Rtsearch Station, says he expects farmers will plant more  acreage   to  Cheam  next  year.  About five acres were planted in  1968.  The new variety, named for a  mountain that towers.. over the  Agassiz Research Station, is  -more winter hardy, has more  root rot resistance arid better  quality" fruit than' Siletz.  Belugas are the noisiest of all  whales. Those on display at the  Vancouver. "Pulblic Aquarium  constantly make loud grunts  and! squeals which are heard  above water.  Bus.. 266-7111  Res! 278-0874  EYE.  (MICKEY) COE  Brown Biros. Motors  5690 Granville St.  Vancouver: 13,  B.C.  _>V*,;  ���t?^  JACKPOT WINNER S55  Mrs. Florence Johnson, Abbs Rd., Gibsons  drawn al KEN'S LUCKY DOLLAR STORE  Simply make a purchase at any one of the participating stores. This entitles you to make a draw from a box of tickets which  will be located in each of the stores. The Jackpot grows by $5 each day until a winning ticket is drawn. Watch  Hie sigh on Hie end of the Gibson. Shell Service Station and see the jackpot Grow. Winning monies  will be paid in the form of script and honored al any of the participating stores below.  Howe Sound 5. 10,15c Store  Nevens Radio & TV  Sun Glass & Interiors  Murray's Garden & Pet Shop  Ken's Lucky Dollar Store  Thriftee Ladies Wear  Walt Nygren Sales Lfd.  Earl's Agencies  Gibsons Hardware Ltd;  Gibsons Shell Service Station  . '. V '���'''. .  Gibsons Bakery  Marine Men's Wear  Gibsons Barber Shop  Kruse Drug Stores Ltd.  Helen's Fashion Shop  Gibson Girl Beauty Centre  Fabric House  Lissi land Florists  Enjoy the Wide Selection These Storestiave to Offer and Their Competitive'Prices  SHOP LOCALLY  if.;

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