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 fcYY - Y-  :YYYYY  YY7 Y, Y<Y. Y;��^^iiiippKg# ��i"  ��Y_��:-*YV'*'  Printed and Published at Gibsons, B.C.  Volume 27    Number 5, January 30,   1974.  Eckstein heads ratepayers  ^   ���"     *> r^i  ,-*>  .*!?*  Victor Eckstein was elected  chairman of the newly formed  Gibsons Ratepayer association  with Nelson Moore as vice-  chairman and Mrs. Amy Blain  as secretary.'    "  While the association has not  yet been named officially it  is an association of Gibsons  ratepayers. About 30 persons  attended the initial meeting in  the United' Church hall Thursday of last week.  . The meetingY opened : with  Aid. Kurt Hoehne expressing  the feeling that Gibsons should  have- a"~ratepayer'^ sgundpg  'board because ;ltpda^e^e;rydne  Organization^ can have effectiveness but wfoen you are  alone you are just a lonezYThat  was why a ratepayer association was needed. Now we 'have  a new government, passing  plenty of legislation and the  public without organization  ��� has no say at all in what is  taking place, he added.  " After seating the .executive  appointed' so far .it -was decided that meetings would' be  held on thexthird Thursday of  each month with the next  meeting falling on Feb. 21.  - Three .members of Gibsons  council attended, Mayor Larry  Labonte,  Aid.  William .Laing  and'Aid.1 Hoehne: The mayor  is involved^ H^you listen to    congratulated the audience for  hot   line programs  you  find1     getting ahead with organiza-  plenty of-steain being/blown, - tioiu ',,%.<  off but nothing is done stbout        Th^  new chairman said, it  tion to inform council of' it-  problems. There should be 100  persons in the hall he addjgd.  He ihoped the association  would be able to do something  ' while he was chairman.. * '* *i .��  Lome Blain inquired about  the park situation and Mayo*  Labonte said; he hoped the recreation committee would' ib��  doing something with Brother!  Memorial Pqrk antl that *  park be established in the.low-  er part of town. He.tirgeii^th^  meeting not -to - expect"; too  many trees this year as it will  take two or three years before  anything could happen.  ",;^  The   chairman, "pointed/out  Mothers' March  ���V ���  door-Moor  _-' i  to aid helpless  f. ��� Mothers/ March   during   t__e,\  ' week, of I^eb. 4 - 9 is a door to  "/door,, canvass,   seeking   funds  s'fpr. .^Kinsmen    Rehabilitation  h Foundation    which    provides  ^graces "to the handicapped of  EpC^that are not provided by  government agencies.  'Locally, Kinsmen Rehab' are  helping -two -persons in the  ' Gibsons area. Anyone /, knowing of any person who could  avail themselves of the found  ations' services ,please contact  Haig Maxwell at Western  .Drugs.  Bart Duteau (886-7148) is  the- chairman of this years  Mothers March. So far he reports he has recruited 30  Marching Mothers and concerned teenagers. There is a  need of at.least U4 more march  ers to cover the Gibsons area  which includes Granthams,  Hopkins, Langdale and Roberts  Creek.  >  In Sechelt area, Mrs Wilma  Stephanson (885-2192)  reports  .a.tremendous need for marchers. At the present time she  :��as 8 volunteers. On Wed., Jan.  .30 at 12 noon there- will be a  slide presentation at the . old  Sechelt /Legion liall  showing  how* the' money .collected by  VALERIE ROBERTS  installed Honored Queen*of  Bethel 28, Job's Daughters. The  ceremony took place Jan. 26  in the Masonic Hall..The Book  of Silver, the theme chosen by  Valerie, -was depicted byv a  backdrop of a large open book  in silver decorated by: Don  Hauka. It was outlined by a  blue light for every officer installed.  Installing officers were Karen Vaughn, retiring queen, assisted by Mrs. Beverly Daniels,  .'Ai  it, he said.  was the purpose of ��n assocta-: , year;  the populace had* the water-    ... .-.���..,_<- ,���  front  problem,   senior citizen 7, the canvassing mothers is used.    Donna -Mandelkau, Mrs.'Bfeen,  problems," future   watea?  ��_# /' Mothers'   March,   originated    Viitanen, JLynn   Bredy,'Mrs. '  sewer problems ,and! others to ���,*in the. early ^950 _ with itind    "     '  contend with during' the next    raisirjg ..promotions - for \ the  -.-jY-V.  _#*  '  Fire Chief Dick Rannager in  his annual, report to Gibsons  Council' and to the Regional  District' ~ .board recorded' less  structural- fires than" in' the  last two years' but'- a heavier  damage ��� total because of. the  Elphinstone school $1,500,000  fire.,       . , m    .  Grass ahd bush fires were  showing an increase but he  hoped that with a longer fire  season and- local permit control there should.be a reduction.  The inhalator rescue truck  conveyed. 15   persons   to   St.  The report, showed' 19 fires,  six  structural,   four  chimney  rand nine grass, bush and miscellaneous.. Inhalator and auto  accident calls "numbered 14.  There were 369 calls over the  emergency phone with 254 being wrong numbers or nuisance,  calls. _,  The ��� fire  hydrant  situation  showed1     improvement     with  . three added in the village and  one  in the  Regional  District  area.  There are 27 men in the fire  ��� department who tallied a total of 3,704 hours broken down  Mary's    hospital.   -He    added .- into   820   hours   at  fires,   133,  some; consideration should be  given towards obtaining a  larger truck. Additional training and1, equipment have contributed ' to a very efficient  life saving service.  hours in rescue work,- 61 hours  on inspections, 1,591 hours in  practices, 620 hours for administration - work plus 480  hours on special training, fire  prevention and public relations  Menu contest announced  ' * Provincial ' Secretary Hon.  Ernest Hall, has announced a  menu <��� planning contest open  to professionals in the food  business^ home economics or  cooking school student* .and:  Jheir teachers who are resident  in British Columbia.  Entries will be divided into  two group�� for judging. Professionals in the food'business,  including cooking and! home  economics teachers, will com'  pete in one group. Home economics and cooking school  students will be judged in the  other group. ~  Mr, Hall says the competition is designed to help obtain  a selection of interesting and  creative luncheon and dinner  menus, so that the government  can promote the preparation  and enjoyment of a wide variety of British Columbia foods.  'We produce some-of the finest *  foods,' Mr. Hall said. 'We want'  to encourage professional meal  planners to think British Columbia when they are making .  up. their menus.. If the thou  sands of" tourists who visit us  each year go home and talk  About our wonderful food we'll  havermore visitors and possibly even increase our exports.*  ^ Assisting Mr. Hall in this  project is M.LA. Rosemary  BrOwn. The competition seeks  spring, summer, and fall winter  luncheon menus which can be  prepared for $4.50 or less and  for $5.75 or less; .and dinner  menus that  can be prepared  J  Under the lire Marshals act  there, were' 35 inspections/ and  oho charge laid which is rstill-  pending.        /  Co-op meeting  passes dividend  Elphinstone Co-operative association of Gibsons at its' annual meeting Jan. 23 in the  United" Church Hall announced  a three percent dividend for  members  There were 25 persons at the  meeting and it was announced  by Fred Holland,' president,  that 25 new members were  added during the year. Two  employees who 'hail resigned  after 25 or more years with  the store were presented on  retirement some months ago  with gold watches. They were  Jimmy Haining and Dora Benn  Three were nominated to  fill two vacancies on the board.  The election "resulted in Fred  Holland! ahd Eric Inglis being,  re-elected. Fire Chief Dick  Ranniger was third'man out.  The meeting after reviewing  the financial situation decided  the store's produce department  would be brought up-to-date  in order to accommodate cust-  tight against the; polio epide- ���.  mie^Jto4usewives were Hdlied,  ^^^qn^;n\ghi blitzes; OF 2  their - communities.  Mothers' Marches through-  Out North America have been  credited-with making.possible  the intensive research which  ���'led to the discovery- of Salk  vaccine in 1955 and the. defeat  of the polio epidemic. ;.  The first Mothers' -March, in  BuC. was organized yby the  Kinsmen Club of Vancouver  in 1953. -Within a few years  the fund raising method ,was  adopted by many of the Kinsmen Clubs in the province  who had been actively supporting the fight-polio cause as  far back as 1944.  Freedom debated  The Round Table idea of discussion was practiced Monday  night at the first monthly  meeting of the AOTS club in  Gibsons United Church hall.  This club, for men, attracted  14 persons. A dinner prepared  by UCW members was served  by  juvenile  table  attendants.  The siibject for discussion  after dishes were cleared ^was  Freedom, Andy Randall, introduced hy Ed' Burritt spoke on  his experiences during peace  and war which made freedom  more than just a word. Argument followed resulting in  varied expressions of what  freedom meant. The next meeting will be held Feb. 26.  Heather (Carey -Mrs. Gladys  Hudson, Mis. MargkHauka,jand  Mrs. Chris TAndersbm - ���'  Other eie&ed/e!ficer_r were  J-cConxielV^Ieather  "^ >__fi��ey;tti_��'Mar-  Flowers were' presented by  the Robinson family. The Merit  award was presented to Bar- -  bara  Roberts- by the' current  holder) Noni Parsey.  SOCCER  for $6.50 or less, and $8.00 or'   <��*ier requirements. The ham  less. Judging will be on the  basis of over-all - appetite appeal, variety of British Columbia foods used, appropriateness  for the season, imagination  and creativity.  A total of $4,800 and certificates will be awarded as prizes.  The winner from each, of the  two groups in each of the six  categories will be awarded  $250 and a gold certificate. The  112 second prize winners will  receive $100 and a silver certificate. Bronze certificates ^and  $50 will, go to., the third inize  winners. .   -'  per  door prize was "won by  ���Helen Shbebottom.  TOPS MEETING  A meeting of TOPS No. 578  was held on Jan. 24 with nine  KOPS and 25 TOPS present,  with a weight loss of 10 &  pounds. Meetings are held  Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. at the  Lower Floor of Health Centre,  'Gibsons.  WINS  $100 RAFFLE  Last week's lions Club $100  raffle was won by Tom Morrison.  It was drawn by Helen  Sallis.  New trustee  , Mrs. Celia Fisher has been  appointed, to fill the vacant  seat on the school board. The  seat, vacated in June last year  when Chairman Mrs. Sheila  Kitson resigned, failed to produce a candidate during November elections.  An appointment is possible  with7 the approval of the minister of education. Mrs. Fisher  served four years as school  trustee 10 years ago. Since.then  she has been active in the retarded children field.  1.' Caledonians  2. Kenmac Bombers  3. Tigers  4. Totems -  Feb. 3:  2x4 Brothers Park 1:00  3x1 Brothers Park 2:15  Feb. 1G:  4x1 Sechelt, Reserve 2:00  3x2 Brothers Park 2:00  Feb.. 17  1x2 Brothers Park 1:00    .  .     _x4 Brothers Park 2:115  Feb. 24:  3x1 Brothers Park 1:00  ..-2x4 Brothers Park 2:16  Mar. 3  4x3 Sechelt Reserve 2:00  1x2 Brothers Park 2:00  Mar. 10:  1x4 Brothers Park 2:15  3x2 Brothers Park 1:00  1. Nomads  2. Douglas flyers  3. -Warriors  4 '    Tee Men  Feb. 3:.  >4xl Reserve 1:00  3x2  Reserve 2:00  Feb. 10:  1x2 All Weather 1:00  4x3 Reserve  1:00  Feb.  17:  1x3 All Weather 2:00  2x4 All Weather 1:00  Feb.  24:  4x1  Reserve 2:00  ' 3x2 Reserve 1:00  Mar.  3.  x2xl AH Weather 1:00  Mar;  10:  3x4 Reserve  1:00  1x3 All Weather 1:00  2x4 All Weather 2:00  VALENTINE  DINNER  A Valentine dinner . for  OAPO members, will be held  Thurs., Feb. 14 in the Legion  Hall by the Ladies Auxiliary  of the Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 109.  School board  secretary plans  fo retire Aug. 31  J.S. Metzler, secretary treasurer of the school district has  decided to retire and live, in  Gibsons. He made the .official  announcement at \ last week's  j school board meeting. His ,let-  ��� ter of resignation follows:   ,    x  'It is with very real regret  that I confirm the previous  verbal notice of my intention  to take early retirement. In my  opinion now is the time of der  cision as changes are occurring  in the educational system  which favour the attention of  a younger individual, someone  who can develop new ideas and  grow up with changes, as I  was privileged to do under  the old system.  With your approval the effective date of my retirement  would be August 31, and my  last day of work July 91. This  early notice will allow the  board ample time to find a  replacement, ensure that'-details relating to the building  program will have been completed and, hopefully, noi leave  too. many loose - ends' for my  successor.  ������' 'Please accept my sincere  thanks, for the co-operation  and^sehcouragement you have  given Ine in carrying' out my  responsibilities. While last  year was probably the busiest  and longest in my career, I am  aware it was also.a most trying year for trustees who had  to contribute so much of their  free^liine. with very iitO_?-:re-  ward, or,thanks, '��*f.~- _ V  * _ ^VSu- to reside in  Gibson- and will be available  to the Board or my successor  if I can be of help. Yours truly,  J.S. Metzler.  The school board appointed  Mr. Metzler to succeed Peter  ,C. Wilson as secretary-treasurer following Mr. Wilson's  resignation.  Mr. ,Metzler. was selected  from among 26 applicants and  under-went. extensive testing  by a firm of management consultants prior to being interviewed and appointed by the  board. He had been a school  district secretary-treasurer for  21 years," including seven yeirs  in Princeton, three years in  Campbell River and 11 years  in his present position as secretary-treasurer of School Dis-  tict No: 75 (Mission). Mr. Metzler well respected in his pro-  " fession and was a past president of the British Columbia  School, District Secretary-  Treasurers' Association.  Cavalcade deficit  An audited financial state-  " ment of Gibsons Sea Cavalcade  committee for 1973 shows unpaid accounts totalling $1,824  with $169 available to pay  them.  Revenue came to $4,453.and  event disbursements were  $3,263. Administrative disbursements including public  relations, advertising and office incidentals totalled $2,845.  This means the committee  needs $1,655 to clean up last  year's expenses.  The financial statement was  prepard by Keenleyside, Bar-  dal and Company,  FREE LECTURE  A free lecture on Transcendental Meditation will be given  in Elphinstone school Friday -  FebY 1 by Daryl Henn who  with his wife Carol is expounding on the theme as  taught by Maharishi Yogi at  7,30 p.m.      Y  ��������,  *. --_____.  2-    Coast News, Jan. 30, 1974.  Progressive  ���Subscription Rates: British Columbia $4.60 per year,  $2,50 for/.six months>; Canada except B.C. $5.00 per year,  United States and Foreign $8.50 per. year.  Published Wednesdays at Gibsons. BC.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Second Class Mail registration number 0794. Return  postage guaranteed.  Phone 886-2622        P.O. Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  er power!  The latent power of ratepayers in most communities is a power which if it ever reached the explosive  point would shatter the placidness of any type of government, be it federal, provincial or municipal.  The/possibilities of such power are shown in the recent remark of Pat Walsh, president of the B.C. School  Trustees Association. He pointed out to Hon. Eileen Dail-  ly, minister of education, that while she appears to be  devoted to the cause of the teachers in the "matter of salary negotiations, to the exclusion of the school trustees  association, she should remember that the trustees represent the taxpayers who are a much greater political  iforce than teachers. -;>  If the entire ratepayer strength coverged on the^ Hon.  Mrs. Dailly she would moit certainly be forced to reconsider the position of her relations between teachers and  ratepayers, who are beginning to take notice of what is  going on in the field of education.  ���jThis editorial is not written in defence of Mrs. Dailly or of the ratepayers; It is pointing out that there is a  ratepayer bloc which can be aroused and the sooner the  better.' . V. 7  .Gibsons now has a ratepayer -association. It'was  formed last week by 25 people who assembled -in the  United Church hall. Forming an association is one thing  but making it a potent force in the community is another.  It is ;__ot necessary that an association of this type should  continuaUy^ unans-.  werafole questions. Exploration of conditions would be  /better./ ��� .Yy '''.���':���'���'  The 1974 Gibsons ratepayer has a lot to look forward to and not all of it is likely to leave the taxpayer in  a happy frame of mind. Tnis being the situation why riot  strive to find out why instead of ranting against a council,, school board or any other government Twhich finds  itself in a position where there is only one'way .to go.  That one way,. in; 1974, is to battle continually rising  costs in thebesit manner they can. Y       "  Gibsons, has for the next two years a council which  is more open-minded than what we have had over the  last few years. It is comletely divorced from the real estate aura, therefore its decisions can be, more clear-cut.  This will be a great help.  ���'.'..1' ��� "������''". / '  Now what is required is a ratepayer association  which will attract the ratepayer to come and find out  what makes the municipal system tick. There is a great  deal to be learned and it should be tempered with the  fact that the municipal council, school board and the Regional District board are made up of men arid women  who are ratepayers just like you.  They are doing a job which warrants better pay  than they are getting. Time occupied by the work they  do plus the*^^ rpsponsibility tjiey must assume for the benefit of the taxpayer, is invariably overlooked.  So, Mr. and Mrs. Taxpayer, the power of running a  well-organized municipality really is up to you. Why not  get out and attend a once-a-month meeting and find out  what kind of authorities you have elected to look after  your interests.  Wdnieii will work  ��� ���'.>.>.-      >  It seems strange that in an economy with reasonably  high unemloyment among the male force that mining  companies in Canada are developing a field in their industry for women. Not only that but mining companies  are attracting married couples so the man arid wife can  work within the industry. Right now women are driving  100 ton trucks. One company has 44 applications from  single women and 60 from married couples.  One company is negotiating with the Quebec government to establish rules permitting women to work in  mines ranging from truck driver to janitor. One British  Columbia"company is considering hiring women to work  in its mill. In Quebec women may soon become union  members. It would appear,that a willingness to work is  a greater factor among women than men.  The recent rebellious attitude of students in Canadian  public - schools, the forthright  statements of Alberta public  and private school trustees,  would indicate a new hardening of attitude on the part of  school boards against the present frustrating and liberal  policies of provincial education  departments.   ,  The elimination of moral  training from our public  schools began with the movement known as 'progressive  education.' This was a general'  term dealing with educational  theories and had. as its founder  and advocate John Dewey,  Who won many disciples and  resulted in the elimination of  school standards, values and  discipline.  In essence, the Dewey theory.  means there is no such thing  as right and wrong, there are  no absolutes, discipline - must  give way to permissiveness,  elimination of students competing against one another in the  area of academics, and standards of conduct and achievement replaced by 'life adjustment' education.  - All this means that no matter how disorderly the classroom, no matter how decadent  community morals or irreligious its atmosphere, the chief .  purpose of education is to accommodate the child to the  group.  The easiest way to see, how  moral training has been taken  ' away, from education is to  compare the old McGuffy.  readers with todays element?  ary school readers.  The McGuffey text book  taught the' time ��� honored yir-  5 to25  yrs. ago  Five Years AgoY  This year's school budget at  $1,878,960 is $25,775 above 1968  including salary increases totalling $50,000.  Roberts  Creek L school  jani-  ' tors  protest school room use  by Roberts Creek parents unless the janitors do-the cleaning up and not the parents.      \  Jules Mainil, - Gibsons Library board chairman urges  caution over the application of  provincial Library Commission  prograni Whichy he terms too  costly.  10 Years Ago  Jack Davis MP reveals that  a Sechelt harbor shelter can  be regarded as a possibility.  About 1,500 feet of transite  pipeline replaces the old wooden stave line in the lane from  Jack's lane to Beach ave.  Hon. P.A. Gaglardi announces   he  hopes  to  replace   the  Grantham's bridge shortly.-.  "  15 Years Ago  The RCMP announces plans  to build headquarters office  on School Road. /  Gibsons fire department  plans installing a second fire  siren in the Plaza area.  Centennial Park (Brothers  Memorial Park) was turned  over by Gibsons area* Centennial committee to a public  committee with William ��� McAfee as chairman.  20 Years Ago  Deep snow' closed Gibsons  schools for two days.  . Due to bad weather Gibsons  Landing radiophone to Vancouver could not operate for  two or three days.  Gibsons Landing fire department is limited to a three mile  radius by council.  25 Years Ago  A delegation of citizens asks  Gibsons Landing council to  consider a zoning bylaw.  Ratepayers stalemated and  holding $300 for a firehall are  advised by Gibsons council to  "��� turn the money over to council and let council build a  f irehall.  James Sinclair" MP is appointed parliamentary assistant to Finance Minister Douglas Abbott.  tues   of   respect. for   parents,  school and teachers, love - of  God, patriotism, thrift, honesty  and where there is a will'there  is a way of accomplishment. "  The reader advocated everlasting employment of the  Golden Rule, courage, manliness, kindness to the less fortunate]" obedience to parents,'  the consequences of idleness  and truancy and' lastly that  breaking the law never paid  off.    '  The    McGuffey    text    also  taught an, appreciation of literature, poetry, geography, social science, civics and history.  British.     Columbians     who  have watched their sons and  daughters. progress from kindergarten to secondary school  have noted the many changes  in as many years the policies  handed ��� down   from   Victoria  under   the  umbrella   of, .progressive and liberal education,  changes  in, curriculum;   more  t freedom and time in a days' s  school schedule and the frustrations of the student in coping  ���  with    everlasting    and. ever-  changing    educational    philosophies and curriculum.  Somewhere between McGuffey and the modern day education will be found the answer which will bring stabilization in B.C. education and  at a cost" the taxpayers can  handle, all resulting in the ,  graduation of all round and  prepared students..  Lately  Alberta  daily newspapers carried page one stories'  in  which  school  trustees call  for a new deal in education.  John Boras, Lethbridge separate school trustee said 'the  time has now come when  school trustees must begin to  fight for the power'they,had  in the past in order to return  control of education to the  people.  'Trustees are now lost little ���.  people oh the bottom of the  totem pole in- an educational  system that; is controlled by  the-department of ' education  and teacher's federation.'  - He blamed the-present situation on an apathetic public  and school trustees for. not  taking a firmer stand years  ago to make the government  . aware they should have a voice  in the educational policy of  children.    . '-.  The spokesman pointed out  trustees "and public were led  to believe by educators 'that  good education is the direct  result of having qualified and  high paid professional teachers.  I have come to the sad conclusion that this is a forlorn  hope and that teaching must.  be' more than a good salary.'  The statement concluded:  ' . . . . education is not just to  find and educate people for an  occupation. It is to help find  a way of life.'.  ' The present and questionable  overhaul and review in Minister Eileen Dailly's educational  department to come up with  some basic philosophy of education, borders on the elaborate and futile with nobody  benefitting and the child in  the school a possible victim of  circumstances.  For Real Estate on the  Sunshine Coast  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons ��� 886-2481  But a gleam of hope was announced last week when Mrs.'  Dailly    formed    a    group    of  , school  trustees,   teachers  and  ci\ol servants to come up with  some answers by the end of  January. Again the theory  sounds .good as long as the a-  genda is strictly education and  benefits - not petty jealousies  and salary problems. - Creston  Review  A THANK YOU!  To all those VALUED CLIENTS who have entrusted their auto insurance requirements to me these  past 25 years or so ��� Thank You!  I shall continue to provide service for Fire Insurance and related-personal lines��� through those fine  Companies I have represented for up to 42 years,  and whose support is the basis of the service agents  provide. ^  Your inquiries are < invited.     ,  N. RICHARD McKIBBIN  A PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE *    .  draODIUYlE  comma  Choose your favourite Festival of Sports events  ahd plan to attend during the  RDWEEK  January 31-February 4  Weekend!February 1, 2, 3  FORT ST. JOHN "MUKLUK RENDEZVOUS"  Feb. 1-3. BURNS LAKE WINTER CARNIVAL  Feb. 1-10. VERNON WINTER CARNIVAL Feb.  1-10. BADMINTON Port Alberni Feb. 2, 3.  BASKETBALL Armstrong Feb. 2, 3; Victoria  Feb. 1, 2. BOWLING Dawson Creek Jan. 31;  Nanaimo Feb. 4. CURLING Cloverdale Feb. 2; ���  Cranbrook Feb. 3, 4, 5, 6; Fernie Feb. 2, 3;  Mackenzie Feb. 2, 3; Vernon Feb. 2, 3, 7, 8,  9, 10. FENCING Vancouver Feb. 2, 3.  GYMNASTICS Kelowna Feb. 3. HOCKEY  Vancouver Feb. 1, 2; Vernon Feb. <1, 2,3.  ICE BOAT RACING South Okanagan Feb. 2, 3.  MOTORCYCLE RAClNG-INDOOR Cloverdale  Feb. 2. MARKSMANSHIP Burnaby Feb. 2, 3.  RUGBY Vancouver Feb. 2. SKIING Chetwynd-  Chetwynd Ski Hill Feb. JO; Courtenay- .  Forbidden Plateau Feb. 3; Fairmont Hot  Springs-Fairmont Mountain Feb. 2;Fruitvale-  Beaver Valley Feb. 2; 3; Kamloops-Tod  Mountain Feb. 2,3; Mission-Hemlock Valley     *  Feb. 3; Osoyoos-MtBaldyFeb. 1, 2;Prince  George-Tabor Mountain Feb. 3; Revelstoke-  Nels Nelson Ski Jump Feb. 3; Revelstoke-  Mount Mackenzie Feb. 9,10; Rossland-Red  Mountain Jan. 30,31; Taylor-Big Bam Feb. 3;  Vancouver-Seymour Mountain Feb. 9, '10;  Vernon-Silver Star Feb. 2,3. SLED DOG  RACES Fort St. John Feb. 2, 3. SNOWMOBILE  RACING Nelson Feb: 9,10; Prince George  Feb. 2, 3. SQUASH Vancouver Feb. 1, 2,3.  SWIMMING Coquitlam Feb. 2; Vernon Feb. 2,  3, 6, 7. SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING Port  Alberni Feb. 2,3. TABLE TENNIS Vancouver  Feb. 2, 3. TRACK AND FIELD Burnaby Feb. 9.  WATER POLO Victoria Feb. 2.  WEIGHTLIFTING New Westminster Feb. 2, 3.  BRITISH COUIH1BU  FESTHULOF  UllnTER  JANUARY 17 to  FEBRUARY 4,1974  Pick up a  "Schedule of Events  at any  Bank of Commerce  branch or  BCAA office in  British Columbia  Sponsored by the -  Government off British Columbia  Department of Travel Industry  Hon. Ernest Half, Minister  and the B.C. Sports Federation LEGAL  Reforestation Division  Pro vince of British Columbia  Department of Lands, Forests  and Water Resources  Forest Service  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tree Planting Project  (Number)   92G13-9   (Name), Earle  - Creek    -  The  British  Columbia  Forest  Service  intends  to   let   a  planting contract in the Spring  of  1974  for   the planting  of  371,000 trees on 729 acres, more  or less, situated on TL.'s 11933,  11934,    headwaters    of   Earle  Creek, 5 miles East of Skook-  umchuck Narrows, Sechelt Inlet. .    .  (1) Eligibility to Bid.  Bids 'will be considered only  from    persons     qualified    as,  follows:  (a) Planting Experience  (i)  persons Who have previously held a Forest Service  contract for planting trees and  have completed the contract; or  ' (ii)  persons who can show  proof that they have held and  have completed a tree planting  contract with a private company; or  t (iii) persons who can show  ' proof of completion of a tree  planting contractor's course; or  , (iv) persons who have been  employed as tree planters and  can produce references as to  their satisfactory performance.  (b) Citizenship ,  (i) persons who are Cana- '  dian citizens; or  (ii) persons'who are Landed  Immigrants; or  (iii) persons who hold an  Employment Visa, issued. by  Canada Manpower or Canadian Immigration.       -  (c) Viewing Planting Site  Prior to Bidding  As/indicated below this may  hot  be required  for  bidder's  eligibility  :   Prior Viewihg.     Optional  (2) Viewing Planting Site  In order that prospective  bidders may have an opportunity to view the planting'  site and acquaint themselves  with conditions on the ground,  the Forest Ranger at n/a will  conduct interested parties to  the area.  Transportation, if provided by  the Forest Service, will be at  the prospective bidder*- risk.  Where a conducted1 trip is  not indicated above or prospective bidders axe not able  to be present for the conducted,  trip, the. Forest Ranger at .  Sechelt will supply directions  to enable prospective bidders  to visit the area. -"'  'Where viewing the planting  site is optional to establish  bidding eligibility ,1 (c) above,  prospective bidders are nevertheless strongly advised to examine the contract area before  submitting a bid.  (3) Tendering  Sealed tenders for ths contract will be received by the  Chief Forester up to 4 p.m.  February 20, 1974 except that  the Chief Forester may extend  such time in his discretion.  Tenders must ^be submitted  in the envelope marked 'Tender ,for Tree Planting'.  Tenders will not be consid  ered unless made out on the  tender form supplied, properly  signed and witnessed, and accompanied by a bid deposit in  the form of a certified cheque  or money order in the surri of  fifty ($50.00) d-llars, payable  to the Minister of Finance. The  . deposit will be returned to unsuccessful tenderers.  Failure of the successful tenderer to-execute the contract  and to submit the required security deposit as specified' in  (4) (Awarding Contract) below, may render the contract  void and the fifty ($50.00) dollars deposit subject to forfeiture to the Crown.  (4) Awarding Contract  The   lowest   or  any   tender  will not necessarily be accepted, and the Forest, Service reserves  the right to limit the  number of contracts held by  any party.at any.one time.  >     Prospective bidders are advised that this contract will be  awarded only on proof that the  successful bidder has arranged  with the Workmen's Compensation Board for the necessary  coverage of all employees and/,  or partners who will be Working on  the contract. Current  Workmen's.    Compen sation  Board assessment rate is 8%  of  the  monthly  payroll  and  ' there is a minimum coverage  periodof three months.  The successful bidder, upon  notification of the contract award by the Chief Forester, will  be required to submit a security deposit to the Chief Forester within five (5) days of notification, and at the same time  execute a contract for the  planting in the form isubmitted  by the Chief Forester. The security deposit will be in the  total amount of five, (5) percent of the total bid price. The  bid deposit ($50.00) will be  considered part of the security  deposit, and the balance up to  the five percent of total bid!  price must ibe remitted as not- \  ed above by Money Order or  Certified Cheque payable to  the Minister of Finance. In the  event the successful bidder -  fails to remit the security de  posit and fails to execute the  contract ���within the time limit  specified in the award letter;  the Chief Forester may cancel  the contract, and the fifty  ($50.00) dollar bid deposit may  be forfeited to the Crown.  (5) Planting Stock and Equipment  Planting stock required for  the~ contract will be supplied  free of charge by the Forest  Service f.o.b. at a place designated by the Forest Service.  The contractor shall provide  and maintain allJ equipment,  and personnel necessary to  complete the contract in the  time specified, except as specified below.  (6) Period of Contract  The contractor shall have 50  days to complete the planting  contract, after date of com-  menceihent.  (7) Payments  Payments for completed  work will be made as outlined  on Schedule "A" (clause 6).  Note that there is a ten (lO)  percent holdback provision on  all payments.  Particulars may be obtained  after February 1, 1974, from  the following:  Forest Ranger, P.O. Box 69,  Sechelt, B.C.  or  District   Forester,   366  Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C.  or  Forester i/c Reforestation  Division, B.C. Forest Service,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  British Columbia.  NEW CURLING BROOM  For those devoted to the',  game of curling, Joseph Sem-  enchuk of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, has invented and  patented a curling broom. He  claims the broom has the  action and feel of the conventional straw, broom, and, .at  the same time, has __tter wear  characteristics and other features through a novel arrangement of a pouch over the low-,  er ends of the straw and a  fabric   cover  over  the pouch  SEE  KENDeVRIES  FLOOR COVERING LTD.  CARPETS��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS  1659 Sunshine Coast Hiway, Gibsons. ��� -886-7112  Jim D  rummon  d  mm  AUTHORIZED AGENT  INSURANCE CORPORATION  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  IMPORTANT  TO AVOID LINEUPS AND POSSIBLE NON-COVERAGE  BY MARCH 1st, PLEASE BRING YOUR FORMS IN FOR  PROCESSING AS SOON AS YOU RECEIVE THEM  THANK YOU.  Coast News, Jan. 30. 1974.  Retard school  thanks offered  The Sechelt and District A_s-  sociation " for Retarded Children at, its monthly meeting  Jan. 15 in Sunshine School,  Gibsons thanked the many  people who so generously supported the association schools.  A group of young Christmas  Carolers from Sechelt who collected $26, Tom, Ricky, Lori  and Greg Saunders, Pam,  Vicky, Kim and Gary Benner  and Pam and David Jackson  were also thanked for their,  effort.  The association plans to  purchase a Peabody Develop-^  ment kit to aid teachers in  assessment and teaching. Some  children attended the Icecap-  ades, an outing which provided them much pleasure.  Two Elphinstone students  gave the children trampoline  lessons during the fall semester and their help was appreciated.  I  The Driftwood Players  would like to express their gratitude to Mr. Don  Hauka for the use of his. truck; to the School Board  of School District No. 46; the Sechelt Branch of the  Royal Canadian Legion, and the United Church of  Gibsons for the use of hall facilities; and to Harvey's  Store and Charles English for the loan and use of  stage props; and to Sechelt Agencies for the loan of  video tape equipment.  Thanks also to both local newspapers for valuable  space and to all those unseen and unsung heroes  whose energies and enthusiasm helped make the  Sunshine Kingdom pantomime possible. And last,  but by no means least, thanks to the people of the  Sunshine Kingdom, friendly, warm and appreciative  who came to see our show and made it a magical  and memorable experience for all of us.  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  1538 Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2000  Wt  - * \-<-Z-  *MgM*  _��-��  AUTHORIZED AGENT  INSURANCE CORPORATION  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Government of British Columbia  MENU COMPETITION  PURPOSE OF COMPETITION ��� This competition is designed to help obtain a  a selection of interesting and creative luncheon and dinner menus featuring a wide  variety of British Columbia foods. To promote the preparation and enjoyment of  these meals.  ELIGIBILITY ��� The competition is open only fo restaurant, hotel, institutional,  catering and dining chefs and cooks, to professional dieticians, and to dietetic  home economics or cooking school teachers; and to home economics and cooking  school students. Entrants must be permanent residents of British* Columbia.  REQUIREMENTS���You may submit any number of entries in each of the following  categories. The price In each category Is to be the price per person when catering  for a. group. ^  1a Spring Luncheon  1b Spring Luncheon  2a Summer Luncheon  2b Summer Luncheon  3a Fall-Winter Luncheon  3b Fall-Winter Luncheon  $4>50orles8  $5.75 or less  $4.50ortess  $5.75-or less  $450 or less  $5.75 or less  4a Spring Dinner  4b Spring Dinner  5a Summer Dinner  5b Summer Dinner  6a Fail-Winter Dinner  6b Fall-Winter Dinner  $6.50 or less  $8.00 or less  $6.50 or less  $8.00 or less  $6.50 or less  $8.00 or less  If, in the opinion of the judges, the cost estimate for an entry does not seem feasible,  It will be reclassified in a different category.  JUDGING ��� Professional and student entries will be judged separately and on the  following points: 1. Over-all appetite appeai. 2. Variety of B.C. foods used. 3.  Appropriateness for the season. 4. Imagination and creativity.  be  2545 Gower Point Rd.  Phone 886-7751   ��� Winning professional and student entries in each category will  awarded the following prizes:  For the best menu, a framed gold certificate and $250 cash.  For the second-best menu, a framed silver certificate and $100 cash.  For the third-best menu, a teamed bronze certificate and $50 cash.  A number of framed Honourable Mention certificates will also.be awarded.  HOW TO ENTER���Type, or clearly print each menu on one side of an 8V_" x 11"  eheet of plain.bond paper. At the top show.the category. In the top right-hand corner  write "Professional Entry*' or "Student Entry".  On a sepa/afe-sheet of paper print your name, address, phone, place of employment  or school where enrolled; ''  All entries become the property of the Government of British Columbia. Entries  should be addressed to:  MENU COMPETITION  Office of the Provincial Secretary  Government of British Columbia  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C. V8V1X4  CLOSING DATE���All entries must be postmarked by midnight, March 15,1974.  Government of British Columbia  Ernest Hall  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY  For your printing Ph. 886-2622  J 4     Coast News, Jan. 30, 1974.  Horoscope for the next week  v By TRENT yARRO  ARIES - March 21 -April 20  You should be able to reap a  rich harvest of rewards for  work^doije in the past. Many  persons nave been watching  you and your work. -Now- is  the time that it will 'pay off!'  TAUitUS - April 2i - May 21  Your business .sense is very  sharp right how, But watch but  for : legal entanglements that  involve your, partner or business assbci-ites Things can be  rather ''high strung' at the  present.  GEMINI - May 21 - June 21  Look for sudden shifts in your  worldly position. You may receive a gift or legacy of some  kind that will aid you greatly.  Don't press dbihestic matters  right now. Everything will  work out later.  CANCER - June 22 - July 22  Don't 'fly off the handled over  some trivial matter next week!  If you do, you'll set yourself  'way back'. ; Be, 7 patient, and  understanding of others, and  hold your temper!  LEO - July 23 - August 23  New doors are being openecfc  up for you; in search fori happiness iii life. it/is very likely  that sbhi^one will contact ypu  during 7 the nextV ^eek^wrt-o  hasn't jMsen in touch with you  for years; ��� ��:Y.:.-*Y ��� ���^���������-' ��� _j;/  VIRGO - August 24 - Sept. 22  Travel, communication and  writing will probably take up  much of your time during the  next couple of weeks. It would  pay you to seek more understanding in some problem that  has bothered you in the past.  LIBRA - Sept. 2$ - October 23  Channel your energies very  carefully at this., time. Inhere  are soin^si^n^d[bppbrtoiii-  ties comirii up that "Will challenge your ability Yto under-;  stand the pattern v^^htjtco^v  behaviour.' .  SCORPIO - Oct. 24 - Nov. 22  The   stars   are   offering   you  many   opportUiiities ; now;   to .  achieve your deepest wishes. _��  you ;:c��rfuUy   analyze   your  past life, you can come up with  the answer to success.  SAGITTARIUS Nov 23, Dec 21  Great > benefits are working for  you at this timie. Much activi-.  ty is inicated in matters that  have been 'on the shelf.' Your  social activities   are   strongly  highlighted.?  CAPRICORN - Dec.22 - Jan.20  Your intuition here is sharpened and can help you greatly  in domestic matters. Be careful  with electricity and all elect  rical appliances. Your best  base of operation is your own  home. Y v - . :.i- 1 :. >;'>w Yv  AQUARIUS - Jan. 21 -Feb. 18  This should be a generally  favourable week. Legal mat-i  teirs, legacies, institutions: and  hospitals are very much* in the  spbtlightVnow. Get competent  legal help from a good lawyer  if you.needfit; ������^r-<\f -,-Y''���  PISCES - Feb. 19 - March 20  Many questions may come up  this week having to do with  your business life.There is a  most favourable aspect in the  zodiac at this time aiding you  grteatly. Don't 'jump' without  thinking!  Copyright 1973 by Trent Varro  All rights reserved.  *^^^^0*^0*0*0+0**^i^+0^^^^*m  All 1974 Calendars at half  price while supply lasts.  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Wtommj&djyou dfe up a  j��ine__*t__t?  At 12 noon Saturday, relatives and 7 many friend�� paid  their final respects, to Mrs.  ���Hazel Irene Critcheli, nee Mc-  Axth^, formerly of Vancouver  and Davis Bay, who died Sunday,' pan. 20 in Surrey at the  age^f 74,; .   v   -  The service was conducted  by. Rev.: David Brown at-the  Harvey Funeral Home, follow  ed by burial in the Seaview  Cemetery family plot.  Mrs. Critcheli; a woman of  artistic attainments, was a well  known figure in -west coast entertainment circles, as a teacher of elocution, a drama  coach and active memlber, of  Vancouver Little Theatre. She  counted many gold medalists ���  in her  elocution  classes,  and;  was a weil qualified professional teacher as a graduate of  A.T.C.L Eng.  Among her many pupils now  performers on stage, concert,  radio and, television are Don  Frankes, CBC actor and former  radio announcer.  Mrs; Critdhell was a�� native  of New Brunswick and' the  last surviving member of the.  older generation of the Mc-  Arthur clan in that east coast  early childhood in Vancouver  U'v   'v.*        ^4  ' -,v "'��� V--  ^  ___.  area. She was brought up from  and predeceased by her first  ���husband; Ernest Walker in  i949, her sort Ernest died in  1050 at-Davis Bay and:-her  second. husband, George Critv  phell four years ago. Follow?  ing his death, Mra Critchell  who had been a resident of  Davis Bay, for 20 years, retired  to Vancouver. .  She was a member of Sechelt  Garden^ Club, and .Sunshine  Rebekah Lodge No 82. Mem-  Y-��f-�� /c,r>^"'vi wj--- >,.n\.*: :������ ru  bers of the .Lodge conferred  the last rites of' that organization at the graveside. Mrs.  <3$-fcd-iell is survived- by a  niece (Mrs. Don fHauka), who  was a memlber of one of her  earlier elocution classes. A  nephew, v Arthur, McArthur  came-- from , London, Ontario  for the funeral.  Mrs. Critchell lived to attain  her heart's desire two years  ago, a long hoped-for visit to  Shakespeare's England.  Sv       t��i     i.-*-rt  YOU WONT BE  i  _.��  e're Worried because you dbn'f have your Autopian  insurance yet..  If you leave it dhy longer fbii (Usf rtittf fidt Bl cMe to  fhi IriM-fihc- ybu'l. need tb d>M_ bn MdrA lit.  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INSTANT COFFEE  MAXWELL HOUSE  6 oz. jar 1-  EVAPORATED MILK  PACIFIC  Tall Tins   4ftrS9c  TEA BAGS  NABOB Deluxe  125,si    $1.59  $1.69  ONION SOUP MIX  UPTON'S 4__  2 oz. pkg. ...'���'���.'-'��� -    "-**  SPRING VEGETABLE SOUP MIX  LIPTON'S Vic  2 oz. pkg.      ^ # V  JERSEY MILK BLOCK BARS  NEILSON  Pkg. of 4 ______ -���.  MALKINS  GREEN BEANS  Choice Cut  14 oz. tins   4^89e  *>r  BING CHERRIES  MALKINS Choice  14 oz. tins   2,OT69c  89c  WAGON WHEELS  WESTON'S, 3 Savfxs  l-,o_. pkg.,=-v-r-   STRAWBERRY JAM  MALKINS  24 oz. tin   59c  ��� ���". y  RASPBERRIES  MALKINS Choice  14 oz. tin   89c  59c  ixr\jT_rxr_rux��.rxrLjxrtJ'xnj^^ ^~ "r^^rr****^!***^***^*" _-.-_.----*---..---.^l^ ��� ---l���-__-_- _-__���_-_---.--.-^--. ��� -_.-_.-_-----.--. ���. __. _^_��._. _-__._____. __-ir-ir-ir-r-------.---. -_..-_. -_-___ _-_|--- __.__. -_._-_,.��--.---.--.��� _-���_. _��� .���--.-���--���--���--���--���--^----------���-----------------^--m^  FACEI_J_E #OYJ\LE  FACIAL TISSUE  39c  Ill's  MINUTE MAID-  ORANGE JUICE  SCOTTOWELS  Assorted. Colors  2 roll pkg. __���  6 oz. tins  for  DICED CARROTS  MALKINS Choice  14 oz. tins ���'.   SEALORD  PINK SALMON  87c  %'s  SNOWCAP .     /  FRENCH FRIES  2 lb. pkg. *  39c  GARDEN-GATE  Chilled  ORANGE JUICE  32 oz. btl. ���  39c  5*-99c  for  STRAWBERRY JAM  MALKINS <��|   j��Q  4a oz. tin     3>I,Q^  SALAD OIL  ST. LAWRENCE'  35 oz. btl.   APPLE JUICE  SUNRYPE  48 oz. tin   99*  57c  BARTLETT PEARS  IVfALKINS  J4 oz. tins   4* for P W V  TOMATOES  MALKINS Choice  1_ oz: tins   DUTCH OVEN SODAS  Salted or Plain  1 lb. pkg.   39c  3w98c  for  WAX BEANS  Choice Cut  15 oz. tins   4.99c  for  APRICOTS  MALKINS Choice  14 oz. tins   PRUNE PLUMS  MALKINS Choice  14 oz. tins   4,39c  for  2,���.69c  for  QUALITY MEATS  ^^^^^^���(�����^^**#^^^*N*^^^***^*****^^*^*^**^^***^*^*^*#^**^<^^^^%^^^*^*^*^*^<��^^^*^^^��^*^N^*^��^**N^*^*^^*^S#^^  CUT UP  FRYING CHICKEN  PRIME RIB ROAST  Tray Pack  Frozen    79c  King of  Roasts __.  AGEN ��0 PERFECTION  SIRLION CLUB STEAK  CUADTDIRC LEAN' meaty  3liUKIIvlD3    For Braising   GROUND BEEF  $1.59  $1.99  89c  lb.  lb.  in Tomato Sauce  14, oz. tins   MALKINS  SPAGHETTI  MALKINS FREESTONE  pfACHis r:r...  .'  SEVEN-FARMS  CAIID   Vegetable or Tomato  JVllr     10 oz. tins   4,39c  for  39c  1 i  8M98c  t^^^^^*0+0^^****^*^*^***^^^+  MACARONI DINNER  KRAFT ff       QQ-  7^4 oz. pkg. _._    J for ^^^  BATH TISSUE  CASHMERE Pink or White g^TZ^  4 roll pkg.     OUC  ASPARAGUS CUTTINGS  GARDEN GATE ^        JJQ  12 oz. tins  for  Fresh  99c  lb.  lb.  lb.  SIDE BACON tTir���:*^ $139  SEVEN FARMS, Skinless  .l-Ib...pkg.L_j_._-Y^  FRESH PRODUCE  GRAPEFRUIT Swte  8/or_$l  i  4 l-l-l EC   SPARTAN, B.C. Grown _CQ_��  APPLtj    4 lb. poly bag    OVC  POTATOES ribN^Bla^   $1.09  BOILER ONIONS f��SU      49c  PEACH HALVES  MALKINS Choice *  14 oz. tin   39c  FRUIT COCKTAIL  LIBBY'S  14 oz. tins   2,���r69c  for  SPINACH  MALKINS Fancy       ^       /LQf  14 oz. tins _.__.   for  ,x gFai*^'"YmY��tmVXiiMl'i  m.��l���iiii|>t..-ilH--MW��WUMWCetlBWBIW  ttMk3__uA-  ��     Coast News, Jan. 30, 1974.  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIR) ADS  Phone 88^868��  DeadHae ��� Tuesday now  5c a word, minimum 75c  f or ap to 15 words >  Subsequent Insertions % price  . 25c added for bookkeeping on  nds. not  paid one' week  after  Insertion.  Legal ads 25c per count line.  Subscription Rates:  B.C. 1 year $4.50, 6 mo. $2.56  Canada ex. B.C. 1 yr. ��5.06  U.S. & foreign 1 year $8-50  COMING EYEMS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons, 886-2827  SEE THEATRE AD  ON  PAGE  7        .  Every Monday night at 8 pjn.  Bingo, New Legion Hall, Gibsons. .. 7YYYV  Every Thursday night-at 8 p.m.  Bingo,   Legion   Hall, -Roberts  ���  Creek. 7 ������Y--'-':  N.D.P. Social evening. Meet  Harry Olaussen, M.P., Fri.,  Feb. 1, 8 p.m., Roberts Creek  Legion Hall;"'" /   .-,.-. ��� Y    . - Y Y.  Feb. 4: O.A.P.O. Br. 38, Social  Gibsons Health Centre, 2 p.ih.  ' ��� '���        .'-.      -^ '��� !~ " '  Feb. 9: Guides, Brownies Valentine Tea, United Church Hall  2 - 4 p.m. 7 ."'���'' 7     ..- v7 Y;  Feb. 10, 2 p.m./Gibsons Legion  Hall. Hear Anngie Dennis and  Bert" Ogden, Canadian delegates to the World Congress  of Peace Forces held1 in Moscow Oct. 25 to 31, 1973. Slides  will be shown:  Feb. 14: L.A. to Canadian Le-  gion  109 Valentine dinner for  :^.A-P.O.^;;;7;;.;;-.:;    :   Y .  Feb. 16: St. Bartholomew's Val-  *entine Tea and Bake Sale, Parish Hall, 2 p.m.  KATHS  HUNTER Yr- On Jan 27, 1974,  Mary Anne Hunter (nee Hamilton), Beavefcamp site, R.R. 1,  IVanderhoof, B.C., aged 56  years. Survived by her loving  husband George, 3 sons, Ian  and David of ^Prince George,  Wendell of Toronto; 1 sister,  Mrs Eileen Ne_-bitt, Vancouver,  4 brothers, Kenneth and Rod- -  erick, Vanderhoof; Douglas and  James, Saskatoon; 9. grandchildren. Funeral , service Wed.,  Jan. 30 at 4 p.m. in the Chapel  of Hamilton Mortuary; Fraser  St: at 38th Ave. Rev. D. Cou--  brough of Vanderhoof officiating. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the B.C. Can-,  cer Institute.       ,.'  CARD Of THAWS  We wish to express our sincere  thanks and;appreciation to our  many friends and neighbors  who were so kind to us during  our recent bereavement.  ���'. ���Isabel Anderson and sons.  10ST -. &4i& '  Young girl's pearl charm bracelet,, in school gym, Sunday. Ph.  886-9379.   FOUND  Man's watch found near Hotel  at Roberts Creek. Ph. 886-2704  Necklace near Glad Tidings  Church, Tuesday. Phone 886-  7877.   /    HELP WANTED  HELP wXNTfeD ��� .*_   Full time position for floor  laying trainee. Ideal situation  for young man, good future  assured. Apply in person, Ken  : DeVries Floor Covering Ltd., ���  Gibsons. Y V  Diesel mechanic for log sorting  ground. Phbhe 886-2105.  Reliable experienced baby sitter, 75c an hour, $>1.5~0 with  light housekeeping weekends  or holidays. Phone 886-2512.  Rubbish removal, Gibsons Roberts   Creek   area.   Phone   886-r  9632.  NEED A PAINTER? Interior,  exterior (when applicable).  Call Ken Corbin, 885-2734 or  write P.O. Box 943, Sfechelt.  Free estimates, good ref erences  For all your carpentry needs  Call A. SHEPPARD  CONTRACTING  885-2978  Backhoe available on request.  Phone 886-7638.  Reliable mother of 2 wishes to  babysit children in her own  home. Phone 886-3H49. .  , __P_m_T_R~        ~~  &  ADDING MACHINE  SALES & SERVICE  Phone 886-7111  WORK WANT�� (Cont'd)  DIGGING SEWER LINES  Tree Service Cat Work  Gardens Insured  YMarvOn Volen - 886-9597  Secretarial work, letters, manuscripts, etc. done in my home.  Phone 886-7111.        .  Backhoe available for drainage, ditches, water lines, etc.  Phone 886-9579.   Jalica Constr. & Gen Contrac.  New Construction, remodelling  Sewer installation  Commercial & Residential  Shaw Road, Gibsons     886-7668  886-9815  Will do any land of work  around house and garden, also  moving and hauling of any  kind. Phone 886-9503.  We provide a,complete tree service for the Sunshine Coast.  All work insured and guaranteed to your satisfaction.  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  885-2109   CHIMNEY  SWEEPING  ; Oil Stoves  Phone TRon  Crook,. 886-2334  after 5 p.m.  FURNACE INSTALLATIONS  OIL BURNER SERVICE  Financing Available  CaU Thomas Heating, 886-7111  MISC. FOR SALE  750 cc Honda. iGobd condition.  phone 886-9231. .       :  Auction, Sat., Feb. 2. Doors,  open 'Hi am., auction starts at  noon. Household goods and' appliances, doors, bricks and  windows.' Bargain Centre, Se-  chelt. Y *  COAST THERMAL SALES  ���'���YYI.TD.,-  A firegrate that saves some of  that wasted heat going up your  chimney and allows the maximum amount of heating efficiency. Dealers welcome. Box  291,  Gibsons, Phone 886-2737.  Moving ,must siell, ,1963 Merc  Econoyan, Al "[��� running condition. Brakes, lights, tires, suspension also good1. Best cash  offer this week. 1972 Suzuki  400 TEnduro, -500 miles. New  $1-95. Must sell. $900 or near-  est cash offer. Phone 8i86-9168.  22 cu. ft. deep freeze, $215, top  shape.  Phone  886-2309.  Dou_le mattress, good condition, $10. Phone 886-0340  Muskrat jacket; almost, new,  size 12-14. $1J35. Phone -85-9089  Four tixes,ifl3i5x 14. Phone 886-  7426^v>7.Y4   :   'v.:., ���'������,-..���  Fridge and propane stove. Ph.  885-2194.  ���   ,  t 1  Oil stove, perfect working condition. Phone 886-9965.  Chrome table and chair set,  $40. Wringer washer $30. Both  good condition. Phone" 886-2984.  Single bed,  $30. Ph. 886-7190.  Used baby crib, 6 yr. size, in  good condition; Phone. 886-7895.  Old phonograph records for  sale or trade. Edisons, Zorio-  phonis etc. Will buy also. Ph.  886-72513.  'i_  ELECTROLUX  Sales & Service  Pickup and Deliveries  Doris Sugden 886-9864  Cedar fence posts, 75c each.  Phone 886-9594.           ~~. QUESTIONS?  Regarding 1974 Vehicle  Licences and Insurance'. . .  PHONE MARY  at  885-2235  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  Zig-zag sewing machine and  cabinet;  Phone  886-7479  after  :;5Y:Y> ;-Y v7Y7>    ���   ������ ���.   ,   Used electric and gas ranges  also oil ranges C & S Sates, Pb  885-9713. Sechelt.   IHETRIN  Roberta E. Johnson, 886-2546  BARGAIN CENTRE  Used furniture and household  goods  Bought ��� Sold��� Traded  Sechelt, 885-9848  amwai ������������:  : Roberta E. Johnson, 886-2546  7    TUPPERWARE  Roberta E   Johnson,  886-2546.  WAfflED  I^ormati-ia leading to the arrest arid conviction of the persons responsible for the theft  of a 4 x 4 ft. leaded colored  cut glass widow with a wooden circular sphere. This window was removed from a house  on Hwy. 101 last June. Contact  R.C.M.P. or Box 3013 Coast  News Strictly confidential, $100  reward      . ���  Y : ���  QUESTIONS?  Regarding 1974 Vehicle  Licences and Insurance .  PHONE MARY  at 885-2235  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  1970 Toyota Corolla, 17,000 mi,  $1200. Phone 886-9594. -  '65 % ton. Fargo pickup. Good  mechanical ' condition,   all   ex-'  tras,, new brakes. $850. Phone  886-2887-   1964 Chev % ton pickup. Heavy duty, with canopy, 6 cyl.-,  standard, positrac: $900. Phone  886-2765. '  1967 Dodge Monaco, very good.  condition. Phone 884-5308.  289 Ford Galaxie 500.. Auto  trans., nice condition. Phone  886-2671. _j   1960 4 W.D. Land Rover, 28,-  000 mi., in fine condition. Lew  insurance;, cash offers. Phone  886-7168. \__  1960 VW window van Insulated, 11,400 org. miles. 1967 Chev  2 door, 6 std., good condition.'  See Sid at Seaview Mkt., Rob-  erts Creek. Phone 886-2467.  '63 Pontiac Parisienne. Hardtop  V8, auto, -.hone ,886-9657.  QUESTIONS?  Regarding 1974 Vehicle  (Licences and Insurance . /.  PHONE MARY at  885-2235 -'  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.   -  NOTICE "       :Prr~:  For Latter Day Saints in this  area, contact 886-2546.      - ���    ^  ���-������������        * '  If you, are concerned about  someone, with a drinking problem call Al-Anon at 886-7128.  885-9409.,Meetings St. Aidan's  Hall, Wed.,  8 p.m.  PETS  Good home wanted for' small  gentle puppy. Has had shots.  Will "pay for spaying. Phone  886-7191 or 886-2976.  Free baby gerbils. Phone 886-  7839.   PERSONAL  QUESTIONS?  Regarding  1974 Vehicle  Licences and Insurance. . -  RHONE MARY  at 885-2235  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  fORMfi  Maple Crescent Apt��., 1660  School Road, Gibsons. 2 and 3  bedroom suites, newly decorated, cablevision, parking, close  to schools and shopping .Rea-  -, sonable rent. Phone 886-7836.  New duplex suite near ferry  terminal, $150 per month.* All  utilities paid. Phone 886-7515  or 886-9186.   , Roberts Creek area: furnished  trailer,   $175.   Phone, 885-2556.  PROPERTY FOR SALE Cont'd     MORTGAGES  LOT FOR  SALE '     "  Large cleared corner lot with  7 view, Landgale. Size 65 x 198.  All services. Full price $9500.  Phone 884-5384.  BONNIEBROOK CAMP  AND TRAILER PARK  1 site for small trailer, up  to 50 ft. Couples, preferred.  No dogs. Phone 886-2887, or  886-9319.  RITZ MOTEL  Reasonable .weekly  and daily  rates. ��� 886-2041.  BOATS FOR SUE  Sell or swap/', water taxi or  crew boat. Rebuilt hull, new  cabin and wheel, house, reinforced bow. No engine. $1 500  Call Walt Nygren, 886-2350.  MARINE INSURANCE  PROBLEMS?  New insurance advice  Re-insurance advice  Claims settled  Capt. W. Y.'Higgs,  Marine Surveyor   '  Box 339, Gibsons  ,-  Phones 886-9546 or 885-9425  17% ft. Donzi hull with 155~hp.  OMC leg. 213 gal. built in fibre-  glass tanks. Upholstered seats  Phone 886-9604.  4 Store for rent in Gibsons centre. Phone, 886-7564 or 886-  9303.   Suites at Seaside Plaza, heat,  electricity. ' garbage ., removal  included in rent .Phone 886-  7564  or, 886-9303.   WANTED TO RENT  Responsible young couple with  2 small children need 2-3 bedroom home, by March 1.-Phone  885-2607. __. ^  PROPERTY FOR SALE  Beautiful treed acre lot on all  services. Driveway in, close tov  ocean,   $13,500,   terms.   Phone  112-826-9208.   . ���     *;  ii r r .  Good size Jot, Leek Hoad, Rob- .  erts" Creek. Enquiries' please Y  phone 886-2152.  ROBERTS   CREEK  Water side, Lower Road, between Joe and Bayview roads,  9 lots. Service with city water  and paved roads .with beach  access. Ideal summer cottage  ' or quiet residential sites. ���  Sign on. Call owner 886-7316.  or write Box 3010, Coast News.  PROPERTY WANT��  Wanted to buy before July 1.  Acreage with or without house.  Cash available. Write Box 593,  Gibsons, B.C. -        "     .  ANNOUNCEMENTS "  For membership or explosive  requirements contact R. Nim  mo, Cemetery Road. Ph. 886-  '7778. Howe Sound Farmers'  Institute. Stumping or ditching powder, dynamite, electric  or   regular   caps,   prima-cord,  Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone  885-9534. 886-9904 or 885-9327.  Gibsons meeting Monday, 8:30  p.m. in Gibsons Athletic halL  COMPRESS�� AIR;*  ~  RECHARGED  FIRE EXTINGUISHERS  Skihdivers available   "���'  for salvage work  . Marine Hardware  Fibreglass, paint, rope, canvas  WALT NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Gibsons. 886-9303'  ___!  MORTGAGES  Buying Homes  Building Homes  Building or Buying Rental  Property  Recreational Property or  Cabins  Up to 95% Mortgages  For further information  Phone or Call in at:  B of M, Gibsons, 886-2216  B of M, Sechelt, 885-2221  B of M, Madeira Park, 883-2423  1st & 2nd Mortgages  RESIDENTIAL  COMMERCIAL  RECREATIONAL  We handle all types of real estate   financing - including  buUdr  ei_ loans. Fast appraisal service  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  <  2438 MARINE DRIVE  WEST VANCOUVER  Phone 926-3256  EWART McMYNN REALTY  Phone 886-2248  Box 238 Gibsons, B.C  Notary Pobilte  Gibsons  Ron McSavaney. 886-9656 ���  MOBILE HOMES  SUNSHINE COAST .  MOBILE HOME PARK  AND  SALES  R.R. 2, Gibsons       Ph. 886-9826  NOW ON DISPLAY  Amlbassador ��� Diplomat  Statesman * Embassy,.,  2 and 3 bedroom models  Double wides   ^  Featuring:  Shag and hard twist carpeting  Deluxe colored appliances '  Custom made furniture  Open for viewing at the. Sunshine Coast/Trailer Park R.R.  2, - Gibsons, Phone 886-9826.  Dealer No. 65573.  SHABBY  KITCHEN  or  BATHROOM?  Replace worn, Arborite  or tile with bright new  patterns NOW!  Or how about all new  cabinets?  PHONE     ,  Lawrence  Evenings 886-7495  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  PHONE (24 hrs.)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  AGENCIES       BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  1      Multiple Listing Service     ���  N  AUTHORIZED AGENT  INSURANCE CORPORATION  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Phone Mary  AT  r  QQ  tit  5-2235  Obtain Your Licenee  and Insurance Quickly  ft?:  y\ii\  ~n CONftAD E WAGNER, DPM  PodMrisi - Foot Specialist  will be at the  Bella Beach Motel  <  Davis Bay  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4  Phone the Bella Beach  at 885-9561 for appointments  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  DEADLINE. TUESDAY NOON  Phone 886-2622  RUGBY  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building, Sechelt  Wednesday 10 am - 5:15 pm  Saturday 10 am - 2:30 pm  Phone Office 885-2333  Blake C. Alderson, D.C.  Cpast Inn  Chinese Food Only  Sat., Feb. 2 Sun., Feb. 3  4:00 p.m. - 1 a.m. _ 4:00 p.m. - 8 p.m.  NO RESERVATIONS - NO TAKE OUT ORDERS  Charles English Ltd.  REAL ESTAI. 4 IKSURAHCl  GIBSONS, B.C.      Ph. 886-2481  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTBE  TOLL FREE 687-6445  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� APPRAISALS  CHASTER ROAD: 5 acres, flat, semi-cleared good soil.  $22,000.  10.9 acres. Some view from lower end. Excellent sub-di-  . vision potential, $44,000.  NORTH ROAD: 5 acres, level, partially cleared, cased well.  Building site cleared. $22,000.  COMMERCIAL BUILDING: Hwy 101, close to shopping  centre, .1300 sq. ft of finished store, 11200 sq. ft. unfinished  shop area1 complete with oneYbedroom suite -with basement on loM85 x 140. This can be one or two stores as  desired, in a growing' location. F.P. $68,000.  t ^ ���  PRATT ROAD: 2%  cleared acres with enlarged mobiLfe'  jhoptie. 3. bedrooms', large covered isundeck. Built to loojk  like a frame home. $36,900.'      -~ -  . �����- >  GOWER PO*NT: One of this area's finest Post & Beam  .homes, 4 bedrooms with ensuite plumbing^ attractively1  .decorated, large living room, wall-to-wall carpet, has feature brick fireplace with built-in fuel box. Futuristic kitchen has brick background opening into dining area that  has glass doors to sundeck. Family room has separate barroom, utility room completes this 11(900 sq. ft. of luxurious  living. Property is 150 x 175 and has a panoramic view of  Georgia Straits. Make,an appointment to see this house  now.  WATCH THE FERRIES COME IN from the living room  or the downstairs recreation area in .this house with 1100'  sq. ft., full basement with one-half finished. 3 bedboma,  auto oil heat and ready for immediate occupancy. Make ah  appointment to see on F.P. of $37,000.  SOUTH FLETCHER ROAD: 132 ft. road frontage. 2i buildings, i rented. $20,000.       7       1 acre lot ��� Lower Road  VLA. $9,500.  Don Sutherland ��� 885-9362  Ken Crosby ��� 886-2098  ��� driveway in ��� O.K. for  Jay Visser 886-2531  Mike Blaney ��� 886-7436  AUTHORIZED AGENT  -CONSULT US FOR ALL  YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS  Phone 886-2000.��� Gibsons, B.C.  MEMBER' ���MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  Selma Park: Waterfront lot,  with large commercial building  of 1800' floor area, plus 900'  living area under. Off street  parking. A real buy at $53,000.  Gibsons: Newly renovated 3  bedroom home, full bsmt., A-  oil heat. Just a short walk to  P.O., beach and: shops. Ready  for occupancy early February.  $32,000.  Furnished 4 room cottage in  secluded setting W-w carpet,  Walk to shops, etc., on the level; Attractive terms on $21,500  A real family home situated  on view lot.. 4. bdrms., 1 en-  suite, nice living room, family  size kitchen utility room. Full  bsmt, lots of room for spacious  rec room, workshop area and  storage Terms are $31,500  Level 10 .acres Develop into  that hobby farm or ? Old orchard needs attention  $40,000  We have, an excellent business for you, shows attractive  returns. Lge., 3 bdrm living  area for owners* plus revenue  suite. Lots of off street parking. :' ���.-''��������� ;.���    ' ;;  Gibson's Ruglby Club thanks  Elphinstone's Recreation Committee for its generous donations. The first game of the  spring season will be played  Feb. 16 against the Meralomas.  Practices beginning immediately will be held every Tuesday and' Thursday night 7:00  p.m. at Gibsons Elementary  school also at 11 ajn. Sunday.  All interested are invited to  attend.  APPLICATION FOR A  WATER LICENCE  WATER ACT  (Section 8)  I, Vlado and Louise M. Kur-  an, of Crowe Road, R.R. 2,  Gibsons, B.C hereby apply to  the Comptroller of Water  Rights for a licence to divert  and use water out of Malcolm  Creek which flows N.E. and  discharges into Georgia Strait  and give notice of my application to all persons affected'.  The point of diversion will  be located at 1,000 feet N.R  from house.  The quantity of water to be  diverted is 500 - 1,000 g.a.d.  The purpose for which the  water will be used is domestic.  The land on which the water  will be used is Lot 9 of Lot  2596, N.W.D., PI. 4364.  A copy of this application  was posted on the 8th Novem-  . ber, 1973 at the proposed point  of diversion and on the land  where the water is to be used  and two copies were filed in  the office of the Water Recorder at Vancouver, B.C.  Objections to this application  may be filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  within thirty days of the first  dlate of publication of the application.  V. KU1RAN, Applicant.  First date of publication is  January 30, 1974.  Jan. 30, Feb. 6   NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR  CLOSING   OF  CEMETERY ROAD, GIBSONS  TAKE  NOTICE  that the undersigned, Richard George Fit-'  - ehett, intends ta-apply torthe^  Minister of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia, for the closure  under Section 111 of the "Highways Act," of Cemetery Road  at Gibsons, commencing at the  south-east corner of the south  half of Block  3,  District  Lot  1657,  Group   1,   N.W.D.,   Plan  4653, and thence in a generally  north westerly direction to the  westerly   boundary    of    said  Block 3 a distance of approximately 500 feet, and for its replacement by construction of a  new  road  along  the   existing  public rights-of-way along the  south and westerly boundaries  of said Block 3.  Any persons having reasonable cause to object to the in-  ' tended' closure is invited to  write giving reasons to the  District Highways Manager, De  partment of Highways, 1690^  Main Street, North Vancouver, "~  British Columbia,, before the  27th day of February, 1974.  Dated at Gibsons, British Columbia, this 30th day of January, 1974.  Richard George Fitchett.  Coast News, Jan. 30, 1974.      7  BOWLING  Tues. Coffee: Phyllis Hoops 248  Ellen Vancise 221, Sandy Lemky 218, Carol Boyce 208, Barbara Valancius 206, Isabel Hart  204, Darlene Turner 200.  Golden Age: Flo Chaster 154,  Nancy (Scheidegger 143, Belva  Hauka 140, Joe Bushfield  129  Emile Scheidegger 129, George  ~ Follows 126.  Gibsons A: Mavis Stanley 258,  Sal Olsen 257, Phylis Gurney  213,   Dot   Skerry   212,   Frank  Nevens 282  (7HI), Art Holden  239, John 'Christianson 235, Vic  Marteddu 233.*  Wed. Coffee: Lorraine Barber  279 (636), Phyllis Tiberghien  235, Nora Solinsky 229, Mar-  lene White 223, Alice Grafton  220.  Teacher's League: Jean Gawne  248, Michelle Graham 186,  Shelly Benson 175, John Meyer  .252, Ray Coates 240, Tony Gray  don 225, Les Wells 221.  Ball & Chain: May Jackson  256, Bonnie McConnell 254-  Carol McGivern 232, Don Mac  Kay 283 (698), Hal Anderson  '201', Ken Skytte 206 (699), Otto  Ottermott/268.  Turs. Nite: Doreen Crosby 285  (706), Sue Whiting 246 (607),  Seena Day 229, Virginia Reynolds 224, Frank Nevens 312  (7fH9), Paul Olsen 258, Vic  Marteddu 248.  YOUTH BOWLING COUNCIL  Pee Wee's: Linda Harding 128,  Lori Hinz 117, Michele Whiting 104, Cindy Prentis 94, Mike  McKenzie /1112, Billy Youdell  105, Gerald Bailey 104, Sammy  Youdell 92.  Bantams: Norine Fraser 192,  Louise Youdell . 153, Michele  Solinsky 146, Shannon McGivern 143, Mary Youdell 141,  David Olsen 214, Kevin Partridge 214, Geoffrey Spence.195  iScott Meda 185.  Juniors: Wani Ranniger 213,  Susan Vedoy 208, Janice Du-  mont ,181, Leslie Iverson 164,  Gerald McConnell 273. Patrick  McConnell 263, Mike Kampman  247, Harry Peterson 245, Bruce  Andreeff (205, Scott Verrecchia  Seniors: Lisa Kampman 190,  Kim Crosby 178, Dawn Blakeman 178, Mark Ranniger 221,  Randy Kampman 195, Kim  Bracewell 191, Andy Pelletier  177.  uncoast  .ESTATES LTD.  '  Free MAP or Sechelt  Peninsula and Catalogue  of Listings  ACROSS FROM  SECHELT BUS DEPOT  Gower Point Esplanade  Waterfront lot, % acre, level  land, nicely treed, southern  exposure. Building site clear  ed and foundation in. Vendor selling as is. Don't miss  seeing this desirable property ��� FJ>. $22,000. Call Dave  Roberts.  ' Treed Lot   '  Irregular shaped large lot  with creek. Fully serviced.  F.P. $5250. Call Stan or  Jack Anderson  GIBSONS  5 acres, King Road.  180' x  1220'. Road at side. Heavily  treed. F.P. $21,500 Call Jack  or Stan Anderson  Vancouver  Direct  Line  MU 5-5544  High.  Theatre  Phone 886-2827  Thur., Fri. Jan. 31, Feb. 1  ABHE_JH-lAKIN(i  IAC  Sat., Sun., Mon., Tues.  Feb. 2, 3, 4, 5  ,  Clint Eastwood  HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER  RESTRICTED -r- Rape,  coarse language and  much brutality.  RECITAL HELD  On Jan. 13th at the Bethel  Baptist church, a semi- annual  piano recital was held by the  students of Mrs. Arlys Peters,  of which 28 took part in the  varied program.  The audience and students  were afforded a surprise performance by Mrs. Peters herself. She opened the program  with a waltz written by a relative of a student and closed  with 'Maple Leaf Rag' by Scott  Joplin.  BASKETBALL  Elphinstone Senior boys basketball team journeyed to  North Vancouver high school  Friday night last week and  -were beaten 90-61. High scorers were Frank Havies with 16  and Wayne Smith and Dave  Lamb with 13 each.  Valentine time is here  again! Very good selection  of cards for all ages as  well as brightly decorated  paper table covers and serviettes. Miss Bee's, Sechelt  *��%#*#W**0W*0*0��l^*0****M^^*AAM^  J. & C. Electronics  T.V. Sales and Service  CHUCK STEVENS  Next door to Coast Cable Vision  SECHELT ��� 885-2568  GIBSONS ��� Contact J. Harvey Co. 886-2346  Peninsula Transport Ltd.  R.R. 2, GIBSONS, B.C.  POSITION: Driver for local deliveries on Sechelt  Peninsula including trips to Vancouver.  QUALIFICATIONS: Presentable appearance, valid  drivers' licence ��� air ticket  preferable but not essential.  SALARY: Teamsters Union rates including Health  & Welfare, Sick Pay, Dental Plan.  Apply at Peninsula Transport Ltd., Gibsons office  or sena complete resume to above address. ALL applications confidential.   -  FREE LECTURE ON  tRMWrfEMt  MEDITATION  ��� v - "*_?fiL  AS TAUGHT BY  Maharishi Mahesh  Yogi  Elphinstone School  Gibsons  7:30 p.m., Fri., Feb. 6  WHAT? <���.j-t-_��-M>w__aftMa���d.-_H  ^MagggaraMasa^^ ,.  '"��� tii'i im  hi���  "���"���i^��dii<y_t_i-_  .^..-i.   i  in-   wwgrs  V  COMING  SOON  TO  GIBSONS  WINDSOR  "The  Western Canada's  largest selection  of plywood  and panelling  w  I  N  D  S  o  R  P  L  Y  W  O  O  D  The food basket  Versatile Lamb  According to consumption  figures published by Statistics  Canada, Canadian women are  neglecting a deljcious, lean,  tender, juicy meat which  makes a versatile alternative  to beef in the family diet, The  meat is lamb.   v  Each year the average Canadian eats some 165 lbs. of  red meat, but only about three  lbs. of this is lamb.  In the past, this was under-  New Peterson  book artistic  A rather unusual book;  Poems and Sonnets by Lester  R. Peterson has just made its  appearance from the Coast  News? press.  The unusual element arises  from the illustrations, which  were created by students of  Elphinstone Secondary school.  Lloyd and Robert Barnes  during their last year of school  began the project. These artistic twins took home poems to  study for imagery. Each would  then depict in India ink something of what he saw in his  inner mind.  Where Lloyd and Robert  left off, Joka Zuidema, then  only 14 years old, continued  the work. Drawing on her own  unique imagination, Joka illustrated poem after poem.  When Joka transferred to  Pender Harbor Secondary  school at the end of her grade  nine year, Pam Sommerfield  undertook to add: her iftner  vision to the few more poems  needed to complete a booklet  of about 50 pages..  Neither author or illustrators presume to say to what  extent k generation gap may  have herein been bridged. Perhaps though, it is safe to Tsay  that sometimes at least poetry  needs no bridge.  on  health continues  iSdiice the first meeting of  the Sunshine Coast Co-ordini  ation Committee for Health  and Human Resources (SCCC-  HEDR). last July 10, many concerned citizens on the Sunshine Coast have been devoting time to a study of area*  health care an<i related problems.  The committee represents all  local agencies and professional  groups that are conherried with  health problem^; The overall  objective is to improve the  quality of living for many persons in our community. There  are aeencies here who are very,  active in the task of helping  others, but there is still a lack  of many services that may be  provided through SCCCHHR.  The committee olans to examine the need for services  to provide transportation for  older citizens to keep hospital  and doctor's appointments, a  senior citizen drop-in centre*  Biff Brother services, home-  . makers, day care centres,  meals on y/heels. mental health  assistance, and a guidance service for young people.  SJOCOHHR is already engaged in establishing an information and counselling centre.  There are many such centres  in bur province which are be-  ins staffed by trained volunteer and by professionals. The  department of health is interested in the creation of this  co-ordination committee and is  prepared to assist in financing.  SATELLITE CROP SURVEYS  Satellites orbiting hundreds  of stniles above the fields may  replace teams of government  workers, farmers and elevator  agents who must call, or drive   ^  from farm to farm to estimate  the   size   of  maturing   crops..  The   satellites   may    provide  earlier  acreage  estimates  for  the . Canadian   Wheat   Board  and may one day be able to  measure the extent of drought,  and frost damage.  standable sinee relatively little  lamb is produced in Canada,  and it is only available for a  few weeks each year. In recent years, however, this problem has disappeared -with the  year round availability of  Spring Lairifo from New Zealand.  Recognizing that Canadian  women are not entirely * familiar with the multitude. of  dishes which may be simply  prepared with lamb, the New  Zealand Meat Producers Board  has produced a beautifully  illustrated, full color 36 page  cookbook. The book is free and  post-free. Just write to the  New Zealand Laipb Information Centre at 36. Toronto  Street, Toronto, Ontario.  Irish Stew  2 lbs. lamb shoulder cut in 1"  cubes r  2% cups water  2 beef bouillon cubes  1% tspn. salt  \k tspn. pepper  Va tspn. ground thyme  xk cup sliced1 celery and leaves  3' medium,  carrots,   quartered  1 small  green  pepper,  sliced!  6 medium onions, peeled  6 medium potatoes, peeled  2 cups or 12oz. pkg.. frozen peas  3tblsp. chopped parsley  3 tblsp. flour  y& cup water  Trim fat from lamb, place in  large saucepan; add water,  bouillon cubes, salt, pepper,  thyme and celery; cover tightly and simmer 1% hours, stirring occasionally. Add vegetables; simmer 45 minutes or  until tender. Add parsley.  Combine flour and % cup water; mix to a smooth paste;  stir gently into broth. Makes  6 servings. /  Touch-of-Dill Lamb Chops  4 lamb chops (%-ihch thick)  1 tblsp. shortening  1 10 oz. cream of celery soup  i�� cup water  1 tspn. dill seed  Brown chops in shortening.  Add  soup;   water,   dill  seed.  Blend well; simmer 35 to 40  /minutes,   stirring   occasionally  until chops are tender.       *��� J     '  Church  Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew _  Rev. David H. P. Brown  Sunday School, 11 a.m.  Morning Service. 11:15 a.m.  2nd and 4th Sundays  Holy Communion at 9:00 ajn.  St. Aidan's  Sunday School 10:30 a.m.  Sunday Service 2:30 p.m.  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH  11:15 a.m., Divine Service  9:30 a.m., Wilson Creek  2:30 p.m., Roberts Creek  ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES  St. Mary- Church  Father E. G. Lehner  11 a.m. Mass, Sundays  Wed., Fri., 7 p.m.  Phone 885-9526  BAPTIST CHURCHES  886-7449 886-2611  Pastor - Wilbert N. Erickson  Gibsons  9:30; 10:45 am & 7 pm Sundays  3:30 pm Mon.; 7 pm Tues.  7:30 pm Thursday  Sechelt  10:00;; 11:15 amTSundays  3:30 pm Mon.; 7:30 pm Wed.  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Member P.A.O.C.  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This amount is 20% of your  earned Income up to a maximum of $2,500 for people who already participate in a      i  company pension plan and up to 84,000 for self-  employed people.  These tax deferrals, together with any  Income and capital gains they earn, dont  become taxable until you withdraw them;  and If you wait until you retire, chances are  your tax rate will be lower than it Is now.  So you defer Income tax today and you buHd  a nest egg for tomorrow.  We can help you chart your R.R.S.P.  program. Dont let this opportunity slip by.  Your plan must be registered before the end  of February to qualify for your 1973 tax  deferral.Drop In and see us soon.  .  Community Corner  Feb.  4   OAPO  Br.   38,  social  Z pjn. Gibsons Health Centre.  Feb. 14 - Legion 109 Auxiliary  Valentine Dance for OAPO.  Gary McDeVitt, Manager  Rp^LBANK  serving British Columbia  Gibsons  Telephone: 886-2201  ;, Legal Notice:  -    Province of British Columbia  Department of Lands, Forests  and Water Resources  Forest Service  Reforestation Division  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tree Planting Project (Number) 92G1U-21 (Name) Sechelt  Creek.  The British Columbia Forest Service intends to let a  planting contract in the Spring  of 1974 for the planting of  57,000 trees on 113 acres, more  or less, situated on T.L. 978,  Sechelt Creek, (between Howe  Sound and Sechelt Inlet.  (1) Eligibility to Bid  Bids iwill be considered only  from persons qualified as  follows:  (a) Planting Experience  (i) persons who have previously held a Forest Service  contract for planting trees and  have completed the contract; or  (ii) persons who can show  proof that they have held and  have completed a tree plainting  contract with a private company; or , ^ Jr  (iii) persons wjho can. show  proof of completion of a tree  planting contractor's course; br  (iv) persons' who; have beeh  employed as tree planters.and  can produce references as to  their satisfactory peHormance.  (to) Citizenship -   -  -  (i) persons who are Canadian citizens; or  (ii) persons who are Landed  .Immigrants;*-*    'Y<   --..:j   :  (iii)   persons ^ who ' hold an  Employment   Visa,   issued > by.  "Canada   Manpower   or   Canadian Immigration.< '��� -a- ���  . (c)    Viewing    Planting    Site  Prior to Bidding , ;    . .��� >  As indicated' below this may  "not  be required  for  bidder's  eligibility  Prior Viewing.     Optional  . (2) Viewing Planting Site  In   order   that   prospective  1 bidders may have an oppor-  1 tunity  to  view  the  planting  site and acquaint themselves ,  "with conditions on the ground,  the Forest Ranger at n/a will  conduct  interested ~ parties to  the area.  ~ Transportation, if provided by  the Forest Service, will be at  the prospective bidder's risk.  Where a conducted trip is  not indicated above or prospective toidders are not able  to be present for the conducted  trip, the Forest Ranger at  Sechelt will supply directions  to enable prospective bidders  to visit the area.  Where viewing the planting  site is optional to establish  bidding eligibility ,1 (c) above,  prospective bidders are nevertheless strongly advised to examine the contract area before  submitting a bid.  (3) Tendering -.  Sealed tenders for this contract will be received by the  Chief Forester up to 4 p.m.  February 20, -1074 Mcert that  the Chief Forester ifo_y~_xtend  such time in his discretion.  TehdeiJS ��� must- -be ^submitted  in the envelope marked 'Tender for Tree Planting'. ;  Tenders _will not be considered unlesi made ..out on the  tender f orni suppliied; properly  signed and witnessed; and accompanied by a^bid deposit in  the form of a certified cheque  or money order in the sum of  fifty ($50.00) dollars, payable  to the Minister of Finance. The  deposit will be,returned,to unsuccessful tenderers. ���>  Failure of the successful, tenderer to execute the contract  and to submit the required security deposit as specified in  (4) (Awarding Contract) below, may render the. contract  void and the fifty ($50.00) dollars deposit subject to forfeiture to the Crown.  (4) Awarding Contract  The lowest or any tender  will not necessarily be accepted, and the Forest Service reserves the right to limit the  number of contracts held by  any party at any one time.  Prospective bidders are advised that this contract will be  awarded only on proof that the  successful bidder has arranged  with the Workmen's Compensation Board for the necessary  coverage of all employees and/  or partners who will be working On the icontract. Current  Workmen's Compen s at i o n  Board assessment rate is 8% ;;  of the monthly payroll and  there is a minimum coverage S  ���period of three-ihdntnfe.  " TKe successful bidder, upon  notification of the contract award by the Chief Forester, will  be required to submit a security deposit to the Chief Forester within five (5) days of notification, and at the same time  execute a contract for /the  planting in the form submitted  by the Chief Forester. The security deposit will be in the  total amount of five (5) percent of the total bid price. The  bid deposit ($50.00) will. be  considered part of the security  deposit, and the balance up td  the five percent of total bid  price must be Remitted as noted above by Money Order or  Certified Cheque payable - to  the Minister of Finance, in the  event the successful bidder  fails to remit the security deposit ��ind' fails to execute the  contract^ within the time limit  specified in the award letter,  the Chief Forester may cancel  the contract, and the fifty  ($50.00) dollar bid deposit may  be forfeited to the Crown.  (5) Planting Stock and Equipment  " Plantihg stock requirea for  the cohtrdct will be supplied  free of charge by.thes Forest  Service f.o.b. at a place designated by the Forest Service*  The contractor shall provide  and maintain^ all equipment,  and personnel necessary to  complete the contract in the  time specified, except as specified below. -,- ,-r'' ,.?-   r  (6) Period of Contract  ��� __ie*-britf actor shall Have 12  days ;to complete ithe planting  contract,-after date of com-  mencement.  (7) Paihrients ���    -  Payments : f >o r <   completed  work will 'be made as,outlined'  bhiSchedule "A" (clfeitiSe. 6).  Note that there' is a ten (10)  percent holdback provision on  all payments.  Particulars _nay. be, obtained  after .February 1, 1974, fioiri  the following:  Forest Ranger, Sechelt, B.C.  Or {   ���        ���.<;.; ...       ,  District . Forester,  355 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C.,  or  Forester i/c Reforestation  Division, B.C. Forest Service,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  British Columbia.  Province of British Columbia  Department of Lands, Forests  and Water Resources  Forest Service  Reforestation Division  NOTICE TO CONn^tACTORS  Tree Planting Project (Number) 92G12-22 (Name) Thorn-  hill Creek.  The British Columbia Forest Service intends to let a  planting contract in the Spring  of 1974 for the planting of  86,000 trees on^l53 acres, inore  or leii.; situated on TJj.'s 55 &  56, Thprnhill Creek, approx.  13 .miles-North. East .of Sechelt.  (1) Eligibility to Bid  Bids will be considered, only  from    persons   . qualified    as  follows: . - ,   '  (a) Planting Experience  (i) persons who have previously' held a Forest Service  contract for planting trees and  have completed the contract or  . (ii) persons who "can show  proof that they have held and  have completed the contract; or  contract with a private company,- or  (iii) persons who can show  proof of completion of a tree  planting contractor's course; or  (iv), persons who have been  employed as tree planters ahd  can produce references as- to  their satisfactory performance,  (lb) Citizenship  . (i) persons who are Canadian citizens; or  (ii) persons who are Landed  Immigrants; or ���  (iii)   persons who  hold  an  Employment .Visa;   issued by  Canada   Manpower   or   Canadian Immigration,  (c) .. Viewing , Planting    Site  Prior to Bidding  As indicated; below this hiay  hot  be- required for  bidder's  eligibility  -Prior Viewing.   - Optional  (2) Viewing Planting Site  In   order   that   prospective  bidders may have an oppor-  tunity. to Tyie^v  the  planting,./'.'  site and  acquaint themselves  with conditions on the ground,  the Forest Ranger at n/a will  conduct  interested  parties   to  theiareajs.     (v,   .     -s*y��.('!i  ^  Ti-iispbrtiitioii, if provided by  the Forest SferviceYwill.be at  the prospective bidder's risk.  Where a conducted trip, is  not indicated above or prospective bidders are not .able  to be present for the conducted  trip, the Forest Ranger at  Sechelt will supply directions  to enable prospective bidders  to visit the area.       *   . .  (,  Where viewing the planting  site is' optional to establish  bidding eligibility 1 (c) above,  prospective bidders are nevertheless strongly advised to ex-     or less, situated on T.L.'s 4991,  Province of British Columbia  Department of Lands, Forests  and Water Resources  j       i ,   /  Forest Service  Reforestation Division  NOTICE TO CONTRACTpRS  Tree Planting Project (Number) 92K7-7 (Name) Johnson  Bay.  The British Columbia Forest Service intends to let a  planting contract in the Spring  of 1974 for the planting of  136,000 trees on 295 acres, more  amine the contract area before  submitting. a> bid.  (3) Tendering  Sealed .tenders for this contract will be received by;the  Chief Forester up to .4 p.m.  February 20, 1974 except that  the Chief Forester may; extend  such time in his discretion..    >  Tenders must be.submitted  in the envelope marlced 'Tender for Tree Planting'.. . >.,  Tenders will not < be considered unless made out on. the  tender form supplied;, properly  signed and witnessed, and" accompanied by a bid'deposit in  the form of a certified cheque  or money order-in the sum of  fifty  ($50.00)  dollars,  payable  to the Minister of Finance. The  deposit \yill be returned to unsuccessful lenderers.  . Failure of the successful tenderer to execute the contract  and to submit the required security deposit as specified in  (4)   (Awarding Contract)   below, may render the contract  vdid and the fifty ($50.00) dollars deposit subject to forfeiture tp the Crown.  (4) .Awarding Contract .  The lowest br any tender  will hot iiecesss.Hly be accepted;, and j the Forest Service preserves the right to. lijrnit. the  number of contracts' held by  any party' at any. biife time:-7  i Prospective bidders af��T advised that this contract will be  award-d ohly on proof that -the  successful bidder has arranged  with the Workmen's -Gompen-  4992, 5612 West side of the entrance to Toba Inlet.        '  - (1) Eligibility to Bid  Bids will be considered only  from persons qualified as  follows i..  (a) Planting. Experience  (i)' persons who have previously heldja Forest Service  contract for..planting trees and  have completed the contract; or  (ii) persons /who can show  proof that-?they have held and  have completed a tree planting  contract with a private company; or  (iii) persons who can show  proof of completion of a tree  planting contractor's course: or  (iv) persons, who have been  employed as tree planters and  can produce references as to  their satisfactory performance.  (b) Citizenship  (i) persons who are Canadian citizens; or  (ii) persons who ?re Landed  Immigrants; or  (iii)   persons  who  hold  an  Employment   Visa;   issued  by  Canada - Manpower   or   Canadian thimigr^tioh:  (c)-^ Viewing- Planting    feite  Ij_ior Jtp Biddings.-.-,   fyL.  r. lt  As indicated .belbw this .may  not be" required  fbi-  bi_d_r's  eligibility; ..��..���...*     ia -.; r: :\ ���  . /Prior,V^wing^,, Optional  (2) Viewing Planting Site  ,In   order' that   prospective  bidders hiay have -_ii __jpdr- :  tunity   to  view? the   planting  site and f acquaint  themselves  ity deposit to the Chief Forester within five (5) days of notification, and at the^same time  execute a contract for the  planting in the form submitted  by* the Chief Forester. The security deposit tyill be in the  total amount of five (5) percent 6f the total bid price. The  bid deposit ($50.00) will be  considered part of the security  deposit, and the balance up to  the five percent of total bid  price must be remitted as noted above by Money Order or  Certified Cheque payable to  the Minister of Finance. In the  event the successful bidder  fails to remit the security deposit and fails to execute the  contract within the time limit  specified in the award letter,  the Chief Forester may cancel  the contract, and the ��� fifty  ($50.00) dollar bid deposit may  be forfeited to the Crown.  (5) Planting Stock and Equipment  Planting stock required for  the contract will be supplied  free of charge by the Forest  Service1 f.o.b. at a place designated by the Forest Service.  The contractor shall provide  and maintain all equipment,  and personnel necessary to  complete the contract in the  time specified, except as specified below.  (6) Period of Contract  The contractor shall have 18  days to complete the planting  contract, after date of commencement.  (7) Payments  Payments for completed  Work will be made as outlined  on Schedule "A" (clause 6).  Note that there is a ten (10)  percent, holdback provision on  all. payments.  Particulars may be obtained  after . February 1, 1974, from  the following:    >  Forest Ranger, Sechelt, B.C.  ?-W   -   i  .District  Forester,  355  Bur-  rard^Street, Vancouver, B.C.  " or I ^,  : "ForeSter* i/c   Reforestation  DiyijrionirRC. Forest Service,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  British Columbia.  Coast News, Jan. 30, 1974..    9  sation Board" .or the necessary    with* conditions, oh the ground,  coverage of all ertiplbyees and/    the Forest Ranger at n/a will  conduct  interested  parties  to  the area.  Transportation, if provided by  the Forest Service, will be at  the prospective j bidder's risk*  Where a conducted trip  is  , not  indicated  above   or  pro- y  "spective bidders*are;not able ���  to be present for the conducted  trip,    the , Forest   Ranger   at  Lund   will  supply   ditfebtions  to enable prospective bidders  to visit the area.  Where viewing the planting  site is optional to establish  bidding eligibility 1 (c) above,  prospective bidders are nevertheless strongly advised to examine the contract area before  submitting a bid.  (3) Tendering  Sealed tenders for this contract will be received by the  Chief Forester up to 4 p.m.  February 20, 1074 except that  the Chief Forester may extend  such time in his discretion.  Tenders must be submitted  in the envelope marked 'Tender'_o_ Tree PlahtingV : ..  H Tehdei_i'-TOi-> i-bt;be cbrisidv  ered unless made but on the  tender for-m ���supplied,-properly  signed and witnessed, and' accompanied by a bid deposit in  the form of a certified cheque  or partners who will be work  ing on the contract. Current  Workmen's Compen s a t i o n  Board assessment rate is 8%  of. the monthly payroll and  there, is a minimum coverage  period of three months.  The successful bidder, upon  notification of the contract award by the Chief Forester, will  be required to submit a security deposit to the Chief Foi_s-  tei: within five (5) days of no-  tificajion, and at the same time  execute   a. contract   for   the  planting in the form submitted  by the Chief Forester. The security deposit will be in "the  total amount of five (5) per-  , cent of the total bid price. The  bid   deposit   ($50.00)   will   be  considered part of the security  deposit, and the balance up to  the five percent of total bid  . price mtLst be remitted as noted above by MoneyaOrder or  Certified Cheque Yjaayable   to  the Minister of FinamfeeYIn the  event 7 the   successful? f ^bidder  fails to i^emit the seburity cje-  posifc s^dsfaaisi.: tSjiexecute i the  contract within the time lintft  specifie^L in^hg^awasd letter,  the Chief Forester may cancel  the   contract,   arid   the   jSfty  ($50.00) dollar bid deposit may  be fo^Je^1^th^fr<i|(rh.^4 Y  (5)4Plantirig Stbck ai_4 Equipment 7r . ���; Y|:'���.111 Y{\Y'7'".    'Y VH ���  _E--itttin_|^stock: required ifor  the ��� contract awillr bg < 'Sufcjsiijea  freer ^���ch|^i;^^|he7:-'l^eSt  Service f.o.b. at a piace designated by the Forest Service.  The contractor shall provide  and maintain all; equipment,  and personnel necessary to  complete the contract in the ,  time specified, except as specified below.  (6) Period of Contract  The contractor shall have 31  days to complete the.planting  contract,  after  date  of com-  md_#|#g_l8--'^.-'~ 77. Y\Y   ���  (7>yw|feit_;:.YY7:'-fc'.^.^ Y^     '  Payments f p r. completed  work will 'be m^dfe &_!;butlirifed  on Schedule '^- (<J^s_- _);.  Note that v there '.is7. a ten (10)  pfercerik holdback-provision on  all Jpa5TOents.Y7,Y  Particulars, may be obtained  after February  1,  1974,  from  the following:  Forest Ranger, Lurid  'orYY^YYY.Yy-: ���-.'��� :.  District'  Forester,  355   Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C.  . : \:16*>T'YYY:-Y: :''YY'}Y.   .  Forester i/c Reforestation  Diyisipn;k ;B.C^ Forest Service,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  British Columbia;  Province of British Columbia  Department of Lands, Forests  and Water Resources  . . Forest Service  Reforestation Division '-  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tree Planting} Project  (Number) 9..J4-2 (Name) Skwawka  'River.   ���- ���  ,   The./^ British  Columbia Forest  Service  intends  to  let  a  planting contract in the Spring  of  1974   for   the  planting  of  152,000 trees on 254 acres, more  or less, situated on T.L.'s 1900  & ��� 1.216, Hunaechin Creek; &  T.L.   14170,   Skwawka   River,  head of Jervis Inlet.        f  (1) Eligibility to Bid  Bids will be considered^ only  from    persons     qualified    as  follows:  (a) Planting Experience  7(ii>   persons who have pre-:  viously_held,,a.Fprest Service  contract for planting trees an_  have coniPetecl the contract; car  (������^   .    _7  >'y      Y-'jY __L 7 '_!__._- _..��� .���      ' ���      '      1 I  tx^rsbhs r Wh67 can show  ^T^neyvVoM^iS'f-fiiie'-' sum|df     ^r_g| tiiat^they h_ve^held and  fiftyv: ^50ibO> 7doll_rsi payable    havfe bbmi��leted a JtreS planting  to the; Miiiister 6i iFiriaricfe. Thb  depoSit;will^be 'returned to uri-  Mbfee__f-il^tlKhderers. [;;-������>. ''Y7  ��i^iaihire of ith&_ticcessft|l teh^  derer;;itiO(! execute the contract  and -4$, isiibmit the required security deposit as specified in  (4) (Awarding Contract) below, may render the contract  void and^the^fifty ($60.00) dpl-  lars le^sitrsubjecl io forfeit-  lire to the Crown.  (4) Awarding Contract  The lowest or any tender  will not necessarily be accepted, -and the forest.Service jce^  :iJt1^ the _iiht?t&7lini?t. the  h_iri_-r of *-bfitracts^ held by    didii^ lMnigr|itioii,  ani^party at any^ one time. > <��  |!P&pectrfee bidders are^ ad-  J_L_>V _��___. :_._���__:������  ������_._ix___._U  i.-Sll-U-U  cdhtract With a private com-  ^ariy^brihi^^-^'-"^/' - I  .. (iii)7 ipei^h^ who can show  i^bof 'Mf O^ihliiietibh of a tree  planting contractor's course; or  (iv) persoris who have beeh  employed as^tree planters and  can produce |p*fereipes as tb  their satisfactory performance,  (b), .Citizenship 7; : 7^'  I |i'y?-j^sb_!S-;v|^6^..arfe' Canadian citizens; br'  (ii) persons who are Landed  Immigrants; or       v    \   '..'*���  (iii)   persons who  hold   ah  Employment .Visa,   issued  by  f Mahpower   of   Cana-  Site  visedIfliat this cbn^tBct will'be  awarded only on proof that the  succejfeful bidder has arranged  with the: Workmen's Compensation Board for the necessary  coverage of all employees and/  or partners who will be work-  irig on the contract. Current  Workmen's Compen sation  Board assessment rate is 8%  of the monthly payroll and  there is a< minimum coverage  period of three months.  The successful bidder, upon  notification of the contract award by .the Chief Forester, will  be required to submit a secur-  (c)i? Viewing   Planting  Priors to;Biddih&  As indicated'below this may  not  be required  for  bidder's  eligibility  Prior Viewing.     Optional  (2) Viewing Planting Site  In order that prospective  bidders may have an opportunity to Vview the planting  site and acquaint themselves  with conditions ori the ground,  the Forest Ranger at n/a will  conduct interested parties to  the area.  Transportation, if provided by  the Forest Service, will be at  the prospective bidder's risk.  Where  a conducted  trip  is  not indicated above or prospective bidders are not able  to toe present for the conducted  trip, the Forest Ranger at  Madeira Park will supply directions to enable prospective  bidders to visit the area.  -Where viewing the planting  __te7 is optional to establish  bidding eligibility .1 (c) above,  prospective bidders are nevertheless strongly advised to examine the contract area before  submitting a bid.  (3) Tendering  Sealed, tenders for this contract will be received by the  Chief Forester up to 4 p.m.  February 20, 1974 except that  the Chief Forester, may extend  such time in his discretion,  v Tenders must be submitted  in the envelope marked 'Tender for Tree Planting'.  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the  tender form supplied, properly  signed and witnessed, and1 accompanied by a bid deposit in  the form of a certified cheque  or inoney order in the sum of  fifty ($50.00) dollars, payable  to the Minister of Finance. The  deposit will be returned-to unsuccessful tenderers. ,  Failure of the successful .tenderer to execute the contract  arid to submit the required security deposit as specified in  (4) (Awarding Contract) be-,  low, may render the contract  void and the fifty ($50.00) dollars deposit subject to forfeiture to the Crown.  (4) Awarding Contract  ��� pjhe lowest or "any tender  will not necessarily be accept-  sed, and the Forest Service reserve- ttarnfeht to limit the  number of contracts held by  any party at.any one time.-.  Prospective bidders ateYad-  vised that this contract will.be  awarded only on proof that .the  successful bidder has arranged  with the Workmen's Compensation Board for the necessary  coverage of all employees and/  or partners who will be working on the contract Current  Workmen's Compensation  Board assessment rate is 8%  of the monthly payroll arid  there is a minimum coverage *  period of three months.  The successful bidder, upon  notificationo. the contract award by the Chief Forester, will  be required to submit a security deposit to the Chief Forester within five (5) days of notification, and at the same time  execute   a   contract   for   the  planting in the form submitted  by the Chief Forester. The Security deposit will be in the  total amount of five (5) percent of the total bid price.; The  bid  deposit   ($50.00)   will   be  considered part of the security  deposit, and the balance up to  the five percent of total bid  price must be remitted as rioted above by Money Order or  Certified   Cheque   payable  tb  the Minister of Finance. In the  event   the   successful   bidder  fails to remit the security deposit and fails ?to execute the  contract within the time limit  specified in the award letter,  the Chief Forester may cancel  the   contract,   and   the   fifty  ($50.00) dollar bid deposit may  be forfeited to the Crown.  (5) Planting Stock and Equipment  Planting stock required for  the contract will be supplied  free of charge by the Forest  Service f.o.b. at a place designated by the Forest Service.  The contractor shall provide  and maintain all equipment,  and. ;personh'el necessary to  complete the contract in the  time specified, except as specified below.  (6) Period of Contract. ,  c.The:contractor shall have 25  days ;to complete the planting  contract, after date of commencement.  (7) Payments  payments for completed  work will be made as outlined!  oii -Schedule "A" (clause 6).  Note that there is a ten (10)  percent holdback provision on  all payments. -  .Particulars may' be obtained  after February 1, 1974, from  the following:  Forest Ranger, Madeira Park  ������-or, _.  .   *.  District   Forester,  355  Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C.  or ."  Forester    i/c    Reforestation i  Division, B.C. Forest Service,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  British Columbia. lO   Coast News, J&n. 30, 1974.  Arts workshop  sets program  The Sunshine Coast Arts arid  Crafts Workshops of Roberts  Creek aided by, a second LEP  grant of $17, 843 will continue  its series of classes and offers  the following:  Candle making, Mondays 9  to 11 a.xn. at Callisons across  from Roberts Creek post office  Wood carving, Mondays 1 to  3 o'clock with Ernie Burnett,  Roberts Creek Legion Hall,  Jan. 28.  /Beginners music theory, by  Ken Dalgleish, Monday 7 p.m.,  Roberts Creek United Church.  Weaving, Tuesdays and  Thursdays 1-4 p.m. Legion  hall. Two classes filled. Phone  886-7592.  Stained glass, Tuesdays 1 to  3  p.m.,   Gbrdie Troll teacher.  Painting, drawing, Tuesdays  and Thursdays, 12 - 3, Legion  hall.  Crochet, Tuesdays 3 to 5 p.m.  Hand  tool  carpentry,  Tuesdays 9 - 11' and 12 - 2 p.m. Cal  ison building.  Yoga, Wednesdays, 9:30 to  2:30, six one hour periods with  Barbara Laakso. Contact 886-  7592 for information.  Sewing, Wednesdays, 2.30 -  5:30, Legion hall.  Embroidery, fancy stitching  Wednesday 2:30 - 5:30, Legion  hall.  Leather clothing, bead work,  decorations, Mondays 12 to 2  p.m., United Church.  Y Leather, Mavis Christmas  will conduct workshop, cost  $18, phone 886-7734.  Drama and theatre production by Jeremy Young, Driftwood Play ^ Tuesday/evening, Jan. 29, United  Church.  Batik, Gail Cieririan will instruct. Rhone 886-7529 for information.  Tanning, phone John Lariie,  phone 885-2553. '  Photography,     phone     Ken  Dalgliesh 886-2843.  Tai Chi, meditation in movement, phorie Steve Lpmas 885-  9065Y       YV:*:':Y  Seventy-five children have  registered for pottery, embroid  ery, candle-making, writing  and drawing tie-dye, knitting,  crocheting, and oil painting.  There are still vacancies. Pottery is limited to Gibsons with  Joan Warn as instructor.  These craft courses are for  older elementary school children. Saturday mornings there  are art courses for 5 - 7 year  old-T at Gibsons, Roberts Creek  and Sechelt.  BAHA'I  NEW  MAN  The organic unity of the  world necessarily goes hand-  in-hand with the spiritual  unity of the entire human  race. This new civilization  can be built upon a universal unity only by a new sort  of man. The failure to recognize this fundamental  concept is the reason for the  disintegration of all the systems, projects and doctrines  of the past.  The Baha'i teachings speak  not only to the spirit of  man, but also to the heart,  acting as the sun and rain  upon the full blossoming of  Spring.  "O Son of Spirit! Noble  have I created thee, yet thou  hast abased thyself. Rise  then unto that for which  thou wast created.  "O Son of Being! Thy heart  is My home; sanctify it for  My descent. Thy spirit is  My pi ace of revelaton;  cleanse it for My manifestation."  BAHA'U'LLAH.  886-7355  See you  an agent HOWE  To operate your car after February 28, it will need to be  covered by Autopian, your new B.C. auto insurance.  This insurance is now available from nearly 1,000  Autopian agents throughout B.C....provincial Motor Vehicle  Licence Offices and independent insurance agents authorized by  the Insurance Corporation of B.C.  Even with all these Autopian outlets, you could still run into  frustrating line-ups and delays if you wait until the deadline  draws near. Your best "bet is to do it right away!  By now, you should have received your Autopian application  forms in the mail, one for each motor vehicle and trailer you own.  Take each vehicle form to your Autopian agent right away.  With the computer printed information on them, together with a  few facts from you, he can quickly calculate your basic premium,  ���dv_�� you on optional extensions, and supply your 1974 vehicle  registration cards and licence plates or deeds. He can also  ���arrange time payments for your insurance premium, if you wish_>  If there is any incorrect information printed on your form, your  Autopian agent can make .he necessary corrections.  If, for any reason; you have not received an Autopian  application form for each vehicle you own, just take your last  year's motor vehicle registrations or licence transfer certificates lo'  your Autopian agent. He'll see that you get the coverage you  need.  It is possible to obtain Autopian insurance on some types of  vehicles by mail. This is explained in the'booklet that accompanies  each Autopian form. But mailed applications must be sent in by  February 1st to ensure you are covered by March 1st.  It is important that you act now. Your Autopian agent is  ready and able, to provide you with valuable assistance at no',  extra cost to you. But he will be pressed for time as March 1st .  approaches. See him early and avoid the last-minute rush.  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  1538 GOWER POINT RD.  GIBSONS, BC.  J. H. G. DRUMMOND INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD.  BOX 274,  GIBSONS, B.C.  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  P.6. BOX 149,  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  agents in your area:  H. B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  BOX 123,  SECHELT, B.C.    :  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  BOX 128,  SECHELT, B.C.  I__nirai_cc Corporation ol British Colun^ �����___��� of va_wa��wr.��a_  Phone Mary  AT  AUTHORIZED AGENT  885-2235  Obtain Your Licence  INSURANCE CORPORATION  ami |nciii__iu*A fliiirklv  OF British Columbia        ana ���nsurance t|UICKiy  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  PHONE (24 hrs.)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  AGENCIES       BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C:       Multiple Listing Service     ��� SUNSHINE   COAST   DIRECTORY  ACCOUNTANTS  W. PHILIP GORDON  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  *    Room 208, Harris Block   .  Gibsons  Ph. Bos. 886-2714; Res. 886-7567  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES  NEED TIRES?  Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  at the S-BENDS on  Highway 101  Phone 886-27Q0  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  GIBSONS Branch-Ph. 886-2201  SECHELT Branch-Ph. 885-2201  HOURS  Gibsons: Mon.< - Thurs.  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.-  Fri, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  Alternate Tue3. 10  Sechelt: Tues.  10. a.m. - 3  Fri; 10 a.m.  Sat., .10 ajtn.  3; 4 - 5.30  -. Thurs.  p.m.  6 p.m.  ' 3 p.m  i  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIB50MS BUILDING SUPPUES  (197!) LID.  LUMBER PLYWOOD  CONCRETE PRODUCTS  READY MEX CONCRETE  Phone 886-2642  "A complete building aerrlce"  IWM CKEK IW_ER  &BUILDIIIG SUPPLE IM.  Everything for your building  -  needs  Free Estimates  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2291-2 885-2288-9  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and1 Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Porpoise Bay Road  885-9666, Box 172. Sechelt, B.C.  (BULLDOZING, BACKHOE  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government Approved  Free Estimates  Excavations ��� Drainage  Waterlines, etc.  Ph., 886-9579, Roberts Creek  51COTTE B WLD0ZIHG LTD.  ��� LAND CLEARING  * ROAD BUILDING  Phone 886-2357  BOUTIN BULLD02WG  -   Clearing ��� Landscaping  Backhoe Work  Phone 886-9824  R.R. 2 Gibsons  CABINET MAKING  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABHffT SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Custom Designed .Furniture  Kitchen and Bathroom  Cabinetry  Remodelling  R. BIRK-N  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  CLEANERS  ARGOSifSN  We Clean Carpets,  Chesterfields, etc.  - No Soap Buildup  Stay Clean Longer  FREE ESfpiMATES  TOIVt SINCLAIR  Box 294, Seohelt  Phone 885-9327  1(2 - 1 or after 5 p.m.  CONSTRUCTION  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free estimates  Bank financing available  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLES  (1971) LTD.  8: a.m. to 5: p.m. Mon to Sat  Phone 886-2642.  STUCCO  NEW OR OLD HOUSES  MASONRY  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  FRANK FRITSCH  886-9505, Box 522,  Gibsons  CONSTRUCTION (Cont'd)  SOUND CONST.  Coastal and Island  ' Contracting for  Seawalls, Boathouses, etc.  G. Wallinder 886-9307  MORRIFS CONCRETi  Driveways - Walks  Placing & Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Box 884, Sechelt- Ph. 885-9413  FREE ESTIMATES  TJJRENNE BROS.  CEMENT   CONTRACTOR  'Foundations  Floors, Driveways,'  Sidewalks,   Patios.  R.R. 1, Gibsons  Phone 886-9977 or 886-7022  STAN HflSTAD ROdFfNG  DtJltOID,  SHAKES  OR REROOFING  R.R.  1, Port Affellon (Highway  Gibsons " . Phone 88.-2923  Roberts cm m wall  Taping and Filling by hand  n ,     .and Machine  Spraytex Sparkle Ceilings  Free Estimates at any time  GOOD SERVICE  Phone 886-7193  CHAIN SAWS  SECHflT CHAIN SAW CENTRE  LTD.  SALES & SERVICE  Chain Saws ��� Outboards  Baps ��� Marine Supplies  Sechelt 885-9626  DRY CLEANERS  f  HR.  COIN-OP DRYCLEANBS  SAVES TIME ft MONEY  Sunnycrest Plasa  next to Royal Bank  886-2231  DISPOSAL SERVICES  COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  .Port,Mellon to Ole_ Cov*  886-2998 885-9973  C_ll as for your disposal needs  when renovating   '  or spring cleaning  Containers., available  ELECTRIANS ~  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting & Engineering  Residential - Commercial  Wiring  Phone 886-7816  SIM ELECTRIC lfd.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Sechelt ������ Phone 885-2062  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to  the  Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SBVKE  Specialists in  Cleaning  Floor Waxfng, Spray  Buffing, Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone  886-7131,   Gibsons  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARK- SERVICE LM.  Arc & Acty Welding  Machine Shop  Steel Fabricating  Automotive - Marine Repair  Marine Ways  Standard Murine Station  Phone 886-7721  Res. 886-9956  MARINE SERVICES   PAZtO FIBREGLASSWG  Complete' Marihe _c Industrial  Repairs  14 & 16 ft. Canoes  6K-, 8, 10 and 17J4 Runabouts  Used Boat Sales  .  \         FREE ESTIMATES  Ph. 886-9604 or 886-9111  WANT SOMETHING DONE?  You'll find the help yon need  in the Directory  MOVING ft STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER Ud.  Household Moving ft Storage  Complete Packing  Packing Materials, for Sale  Member Allied Van Lines  Phone 886-2664 - RR. 1, Gibsons  NCTtSE-tr  MACK'S HURSaY  Sunshine Coast Highway  Shrubs,   Fruit   Trees,   Plants  Landscaping,    Pruning   Trees  Peat Moss ft Fertilizer..  Licensed for pesticide Spraying  Flibne SS6-26$4  OPTOMETRIST  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ������ GIBSONS  . WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOIN__4ENTS  886-2248  SECHELT MONDAYS  Phone 885-9712  PLUMBING  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBUM  SALES ft  SERVICE  Hot Water Heating  Building & Alterations  Davis Bay Rd., R.R. 1,  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2116  G&E PLUMBING  & HEATH* LTD.  Certified  Plumber,  .   Box 165 Gibsons, B.C.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7638  New installations, renovations,  repairs, hot water heating,  blocked drains,  sewer clearance pump repairs  & installations. Duct work.  24 HOUR SERVICE  Domestic Commercial  Industrial  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  PLUMBING ���- PIPEFTTTTNG  STEAMFTTTING  HOT WATER HEATING  886-7017  All work Guaranteed  PENINSULA PUMBM6  HEATJN6 & SUPPUES  /  Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  SALfS & SERVICE  Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  Phone 886-9533  Ray Coates ��� 886-7872  REFRIGERATION    JOHN HUB-SMITH ^~~  REFRIGERATION ft  ,   MAJOR APPLIANCE  SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used   Refrigerators   for   Sale  Phone 886-2231  From 9 a_n. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  REFRIGERATION (Cont'd)  ..  JOHN HARRISON  REFRIGERATION  and Appliance Serf icing  also used appliances for sale  ~   PRATT ROAD, GIBSONS  Phone 886-9959  RETAIL STORES   C   &   s  HARDWARE  APPLIANCES  Sechelt ��� 885-9713  EATONS BUY-UNE  CALL 886-7515  Gibsons B.C.  MI5SBEFS  CARD AM GIFT  Wharf Road, Sechelt.  P.O.; Box 213  Ph.  885-9066  Coutts-Halimark Cards ft  wrappings; Gifts, Picture  Puzzles; English bone china  .  cups, saucers, etc.  - .;   Boutique   Items. .  _>0cal Artists' Paintings  BERNINA  SEWING MACHINES  NOTIONS, etc.  REPAIRS AND SERVICE  TO ALL MAKES  FABRIC HOUSE  Marine Drive  Gibsons 886-7525  RENTALS  Concrete      Form     Rentals  for all types of basements  Complete instuctions  provided  Please Contact  HSHER FORM RENTA1S  (Rental Shop, Davis Bay)  Phone 885-2612  885-2848  Eves.   885-2359  SHEET METAL  SHEET METAL LTD.  HEATING - VENTILATION  AIR CONDITIONING  Domestic Furnace Installations  Propane - Oil - Electric  Forced Air  Commercial and Industrial  Installations  24 Hour Service in Oil and  Propane   *  885-2712 .  Porpoise Bay Rd., Box 920,          Sechelt   SURVEYORS   ROBERT W. ALIEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St. Box 607  Sechelt B. C  Office 885-2625  Res.  885-9581  LAND SURVEYING  ROY & WAGOAAR  SURVEYS  1525 Robson St.  Vancouver 5 Ph. 681-9142  Zenith 6430  Seohelt '885-2332  T.V. & RADIO  NEVENS'TV  Service Depot for  PHILIPS ���, ZENITH  R.C.A. - ADMIRAL  FLEETWOOD  DEALER  Phone 886-2280  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE LTD  ADMIRAL - ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon, Oliver. - Ed Nicholson  "IN THE HEART OF  bOWNTOWN SECHELT."  Box 799,  Sechelt  Phone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  TOWING  S.CKLT T0WBK & SALVAGE  - -dLTD.  SCOW8   ���  LOGS  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Lag TOwing  Phone 885-9425  TRAILER  PARK  SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER PAH  1 Mile West of Gibsofcs, Hlway  Laundromat  Extra Large Lots  , and Recreation Area  - Parklike Setting  Phone 886-9826  TRANSPORT  DOUBLE R  mmm lid.  EXCAVA-TOb -SAND  GRAVEL ��� FILL  Phone 886-7109 '  P. V. SERVOS LTD  LOG HAULING  CONTRACTORS  Direct all enquiries to  Dispatcher - 884-2733  days & evenings  s Step inside and say that!  WANTED  Used furniture or what  have you  AL'S USED FURNITURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons ���886-2812  Coast News, Jan. 30,1974.  Point of Law  (By a Practicing lawyer  Copyright)  Q. I am the landlord under  a lease of commercial property  for three years at $300,00 per  month. The tenant paid for  four months. He has some  furniture on the premises. He  wants to pay me six months  rent as a full settlement ahd  move out. Can he do this?  What can I do? Can I forceab-  ly eject him? How do I get my  rent?  A. You have a number of  alternate remedies here. You  can seize the furniture for  back rent. It would be best to  employ a bailiff whose charges  would be added &n . You cannot eject the tenant. If you  want him out you can commence eviction proceedings by  court action. This can be done  in- one of. two ways - either  with a view, of collecting the  rent and forcing the tenant  out, or with a view of collecting the rent and allowing him  to stay on.  You can sue him by an ordinary lawsuit for arrears of  payments under the lease and  continue to do so as future  rent falls into arrears. The  tenant has no right to insist  that you accept six month's  rent - or any less than the  full amount owing under the  lease. If the tenant is evicted  or leaves and as long as he  pays the rent or you collect  it by suing you cannot re-rent.  You shoufld, however, consider allowing him to 'break the .  lease' by agreeing to accept a  mutuality agreeable sum in  full settlement. You may then  immediately re-rent to a new  tenant. Perhaps you could re-  rent, for. a higher rent. You,  cannot   collect   'double   rent',  Your income tax!  Q. Regarding' tihe tax on capital gains, what if property 'was  acquired before Jan. 1, 1972, at  a cost of $2,000 ��nd was worth  only $1,000 on Valuation Day.  If later this property was sold  for $2,500, will the capital gain  in this case be $500 or $1,500?  A. In this example the capital gain would be $500, the  actual gain over the period of  ownership, one half of which  would be taxable.  Q. How would I be affected  if I acquired an investment  before Jan. 1, 1972, at a cost  of $800, the fair market value  of the investment on Valuation  Day is $400 and I sell the investment at a later date for  $300. Do I have a capital loss  of $500 or $100?  A. In this case you would  have a capital loss of $100, the  difference (between the fair  market value on Valuation Day  and your actual selling price,  one-half of . which, or $50  would be deductible f^om income.  Q. What is the general rule  as far as capital gains or losses  are concerned? 'How are such  gains or losses accounted for  by a taxpayer?  A. The general rule is that  one-half of capital gains are  included in income and taxed  at a person's normal rate of  tax. When^ dealing with capital losses, one-half of such  losses may toe deducted against  one-half of -capital gains. In  addition an individual taxpayer may also deduct up to $1,000  of capital losses against other  income.  r  NEW MANAGEMENT  HOWE SOUND WATER TAXI  Now Brighton, Gambier Is.  IS NOW UNDER THE  MANAGEMENT OF  Mr. JOHN KNIGHT  Phones: 886-9343, 886-9651 .  Radao-Controlled  !��� Red Hot  Special  CREAM STYLE  CORN  CO-OP Fancy  14 oz. tin  for  Red Hot  Special  ASS'T PEAS  CO-OP Fancy  . >���  14 oz. tin  for  95c  Red Hot  Special  ORANGE  CRYSTALS  CO-OP Poly Bag  4 - 3% oz. pkgs. .  2 bags 89c  Red Hot Special  BATHROOM  TISSUE  CO-OP. White  4 roll pkg.  59c  s  CO-OP Fancy  48 oz. tin   TOMATO JUICE  SOCKEYE SALMON S^  v89c  $1.15  WHITE TUNA  PEANUT BUTTER  CO-OP Flaked  6% oz. tin ���  CO-OP Homogenized  48 oz. tin   LONG1 GRAIN RICE SSHTL  $1.69  Red Hot Special  RAPESEED OIL  DAIRY PRODUCTS  CHEESE SLICES S?TSL   99c  CHEESE LOAF X3?_ $155  FROZEN  6i*]��  STRAIGHT OR CRINKLE C-t  CO-OP Fancy ^      fiQf  FRENCH FRIES  CONCENTRATED  ORANGE JUICE  2 11?. pkg. __  CO-OP  6% oz. ���  for  4,���83c  for  CAKE MIXES  ^^V^^^M***��W***M^*  FLOUR  FRESH PRODUCE  A DDI EC    BC* SPARTANS�� NEWTOWNS,  Ar rLC J    RED DELICIOUS ��� 4 lb. bag _  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^^^��^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^****^%*^��*��^^W  EVAPORATED MILK  CO-OP  15 oz. tins   SHORTENING ?K��_5_____!  CO-OP 5 Varieties  18 oz. pkg.   2,J79c  32 oz. jar  SALAD DRESSING fco"p  FACIAL TISSUE C(M)P *M*  200 2 ply  CO-OP Enriched White  20 lb. bag   $239  79c  TOMATOES  MEXICAN  Can. No. 1  29c  lb.  ORANGES r^T  6 lbs $1  Red Hot  Special  MARGARINE  co-dp  3 lb. pkg.  89c  L^^^^��� " - - ������������* ��� ��� - -, irrn ~in. ifmjUU  QUALITY MEATS  Sliced No. 1  Rindless   $1.29  lb.  PRICES EFFECTIVE  Thurs., Fri., Sat., Jan. 31, Feb. 1, 2  ROUND STEAK  OR  RUMP ROAST ��A��: $1.99  lb.  SIDE BACON  SKINLESS WIENERS  BEEF SAUSAGE ttS?i. $2.09  1 lb. pkg.  99c  YOUR  CO-OP  FOOD  CENTRE  Phone 886-2522  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  Gibsons B.C.

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