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Array Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C*  Printed and Published at Gibsoni; B_C.  ;t��c  per copy  Voiunie 27    Number 33,  August .28,  1974.  ���Construction on a large scale  involving 7 (Sunnycrest    Plaza,  and valued at .more than one  million dollars Was placed before Gibsons council-last week  and turned over to council's  planner Rob Buchan for' advice. , .,  The" plan incorporates a  wholesale change of the present long building with Super  Valu at one end and the dental clinic at the other. This  area will be s_>lit in. two with  a walkway running to the area  back of the/present building.  The plah) (right) shows the  , present Super-Valu section will  ���* be 'taken over by a national  hardware company and the  Super Valu store will be mov-"  ed to an area behind the pres-,  ent liquor store. The j>l_n'Joh.  this page is based on the Highway at the ibottom.   7     *   '  The liquor store jend of tHe  project will be extended; mov-  , ing the present road wtest-  ward and the filling station at  the highway corner will'be  moved in the same direction.  One section of the building  x fronting on. the highway ;will  be arranged as offices to accommodate professional services.  Present occupants will be  shifted around in the new setup. The Royal Bank will oc-*  cupy the eastern corner of the  split dividing the long block-  Parking will be arranged iri  various sections and it is expected there will _e when,  completed, parking for about  300 or more vehicles. ..    -v Y  GMtetrpk^o^^ill. .cojnn$gfj$��7  .this'"fail; The 'name of the project (will be" Gibsons <��� Community Centre. The architects are ,  Thompson,   Berwick,   Pratt  &  Partners. -  In all some 13,000 more feet  of occupied space will be available   .when   construction   is .  completed.  The people behind" the (or-  ganizatian are John Matthews,  president, of the company,  Keith Wright, vice-president  and Charles Englisli, secretary.  Mr. English expected that 10  new businesses would be attracted to this area and that  occupants of present shops will  be seeking increased! space.  He expected the food mart  would be possibly three times  larger than the present store.  Due to conditions of scarcity of materials' in,'building  trades Mr. English hoped that  the groundwork could. start  shortly to be ready for stteel  work next spring.  . *^-*  ���"**-���  ���    v  ...        ��� '  .~J" 't " '     '  . 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'���'  A Fall Fair.devoted tp local  crafts and produce will be  held on Sundays Sept. 1 from  noon to dusk at the Sunshine  Coast Recreation Centre adjacent to the golf course in  Roberts Creek. In order to., defray ;the expenses of building  .booths, there.will be kn admission charge of 25 cents for  adults, free for children.  .   Among  ' .produce     displays  Gambier derby  The 20th Gambier Island annual fishing derby Saturday,  Aug. 11, saw 30 fish brought  in by the. 2 p.m. weighing time. '  , Brian S_riith Jpf Gambier Harbour had the heaviest, a 12' lb.  12 oz. 1 salmon which won the  Sony radio.  iSusan Moore won five silver  dollars with her 6 1_. 10 oz.j  cod to win the children's prize,  The* heaviest sea creature was  a 4 lb- 10 oz. dogfLsJh caught  by Jackie Ridley which netted  her five silver dollars.  Residents of New Brighton,  Gambier Harbour and West  l_^y7 ^eas<7_ttended. Free hot  do$s, pop. watermelon and  coqldes Twere^provided.  there will be locally grown  vegetables, flowers, and herbs  and dried flowers.  There will  be a 'bake sale and a white  - elephant sale. A quilt will be  raffled. A large variety of  house plants will be available  for sale.  A wide variety of food wiU  be available including barbecued fresh chicken, home-made  cabbage salad and French  bread andi home-made rootf  ��� beer floats.  1 Among the crafts for sale  will be batik, leaded- glass%  windows, weaving, baskets, -  macrame, sewing, wood carvings, knitting, sketches, and  crocheting,. also locally made,  candles.  The Fall Fair committee ^  thanks the Sunshine Coast Regional Board for permission to.  use this lovely site. This Fair  is an event which the whole,  family should enjoy while  supporting local artists and  craftsmen.  ^"  THREE  CAR  FIRES  Keafs folk  look ahead  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1585 Marine Drive, Gibsons  Chargex Master Charge  FOR YOUR STJMMER  CI/OTHING  A soccer meeting will be%  held Wednesday, Sept 4 at  7:30 Jiri the Athletic HaU. Any^  one interested in soccer please  attend. For 7 further iriforma-  tron, and boys Wanting to play  phone 886-9890.  Three car fires within one;  weeic kept the Gibsons Volun-  . teer firemenon the go. Thei  first .was at the Esso station,.  ���'when theM. Seymour car blazed up. The second was discov-7  .: ered   late /Tuesday   night   in  Soames Point area, owner un-;  vknown so far and; the thirds  7aibout 7:30 a.in. Tuesday^ ^oc- j-  spurred wihek Wially Valenciuis* ?  ^ar   backfired   with   startling  resultsl Gibsons Volunteer firemen   responded   to   all  three y  fires.  A Vancouver Sun staff reporter attended a meeting of  Keats Island residents, mostly  ~f the Eastbourne section, at.  which property problems were  dtccussed. Here is his report  of the meeting, as it appeared  in Monday's Sun:  "About 200 residents of this  1.500-acre islead near Gibsons  indicated almost unanimously  Saturday that they want their  island to retain its rural character.  VThe  residents   at  a  public  meeting   favored   zoning  proposals  presented by Sunshine  JCoa'st  Regional  District plan-  y ,nirig director Adrian Stott that  - de-emphasize development.  '    "Stott _ proposals followed a  petition   from   islanders   last  fall   requesting   a   community  plan.  "Residents at the meeting  voted to. form a citizens*' association to work with planning  officials to draw up more specific zoning proposals for the  island _ 350 property owners.  7 ''They indicated approval of  ���a 400-acre, 40-cabin development on the east side of ��he  island but complained that the  ferry connecting with Langdale stops only on the wesit  side of thie island."  BJEE   FOUND  Gibsons'RCMP are in pos-  sfessioni of two boys hikes  turned in during the past  Vmonth.    Persons   losing   such  bikes should contact the office  and identify them.  Father  1.'        ' 7    - ���  kills self  HMTIIIIN  nmiiHiTiin  two sons   Where to Stay  Students from a nearby  camp- on Gambier Island in  vicinity of Gambler Creek,  seeking a picnic spot Monday,  unearthed a double murder  and suicide.  Two boys aged five and seven were shot dead arid the father of the "boys turned his gun  on himself while rowing away  from the scene of the shoot-  ���'   ings.'  Gibsons RCMP have not released any names so far awaiting positive identification.  Relatives   from   Vancouver  are  expected  to  identify  the-  bodies      during      Wednesday  morning.  Survey will  decide on new  road location  r  The Department of Highways will conduct a survey to  establish the right-of-way for  a major local street in the  Dkvis Bay - Selma Park area. ������  The "survey is- being -done  now , so that further development in the area can be provided with adequate road access ini' the future. Since this^  -- righf-of-way is' to   allpwYfor.  *    ���<_��� a   - *- - v. .- j. * ���  ~~ i^��r-__*?r-. ���* z.*  '��� future needs,, no, construction  of the street will take place  until these needs arise several  years from now.  The board of the Sunshine  Coast District endorses the establishment of the right-of-  way for the street at this  time as it will assist in the orderly development of the area.  This street is in accordance  with the major street network  plan already adopted by the  Regional District.  The survey will begin in  September of this year. Property owners along the route  to ibe surveyed will be contacted by the'7Dep_rtment' of Highways before the survey is  starred. A map showing the  route of the street caii be "examined by the public in the  Regional - District - Office    at  Davis Bay during office hours.  ���'.-���..       "���...' ��� ..   it  Land added  "The Village'of Gibsons has  bought an. additional 4;7 acres,  of land adjacent to the proposed curling rink on Highway  101 to provide a total of 9*  acres for a receation centre.  Alderman Winston Robinson,  head of the planning committee, stated in his report to  council that the land was purchased from Mr. Ed Husby for  $26,000.  Mayor     Labonte    informed  council   Gibsons  Winter  Clu/b  work on the curling rink sitei  is progressing and that a contractor has been negotiated.  BOWEN NO SHOOTING  The provincial Fish & Wildlife branch has announced a  No Shooting Area on Bowen  Island. The closure has been  made necessary due to public  feeling against the use of firearms on the small island. The  closure includes air guns and  spring guns.. Hunting with  bow and arrow will be allowed  during the regular hunting  season as set out in the hunting regulations  PENINSULA HOTEL  About 7 miles from Langdale  on Sunshine Coast Highway  Full Hotel Accommodation  Phone 886-2472  LORD JIM'S LODGE  Heated Swimmng Pool  Sauna Baths  Excellent Cuisine,  On Highway 101,  7 miles past Halfmoon Bay  Phone 885-2232  Toll  Free  687-8212  COZY COURT MOTEL  Inlet Ave., Sechelt  Phone 885-9314  BONNIEBROOK CAMP  & TRAILER PARK  Gower Point  CAMPING by the Sea  Modern facilities in a rural  atmosphere ,  Phone 886-2887  Where to Eat  CEDARS INN  . Foil. Dining Facilities  Take "Out ��� Catering  Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  ;,;i7PAiro6Al��lEHS:  ''", '���"*- VvAl Dining Facilities*  .     .   "Canadian &  Chinese"  Exactly y2 way between ferries  on Hwy 101  Open Noon - 8 pjm.  BEN'S TAKE-OUT DRfVErlN  Sunshine Coast Highway ..  Across from High School  Phone 886-7828  THE HOMESTEAD RBTAURAMT  On Sunshine Coast Highway  . at Wilson.Creek ,  SECHW^  Opposite Bus Depot  '������ Sechelt .���������'������.-.; v  Food Supplies  BERWSUPttE  and DELICATESSEN  Cold Cats and Ass't Cheeses  .From all over the World  Across from Hospital  Sechelt. M5-M14  SECHEa F/^fftY hIART LID.  Opposite Bus Depot  Groceries ��� Records  'Tapes  Open 7 days a week  \'       11 a.m. to 11 pjn.  DaiCAl_SS_N  HEALTH FOOD  AT  VARIETY FOODS  Gibsons *  Hwy 101 across  from Bowladrome  Entertainment  TWILIGHT THEA1R-  Sunnycrest ��� Gibsons  886-2827 ��� Show starts 8 psn  SEE PAGE 6  GIBSONS LANES  OPEN BOWLING  Fri. & Sat.       7 pan. - 11  Sun. 2 pjm. - 11  Starting Aug. 9, 1974 Brbposed Human Rights bill  Subscription Rates: British Columbia $4.50 per year;  $2.50 for six months; Canada except B.C. $5.00 per year;t'  United States and Foreign $8.50 per year.  . Pt_blis.ied Wednesdays at Gibsons* BJC.  ���.������'.-, Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher.  Second Class Mail Registration niimiber Q7H, iRelturh  postage guaranteed. Y  PO Box 460, Gib5(ffl^ftC   ,  Phone 886-2622  What is discHminaiibn?  After reading over the Homiaii Rights Code of British Columbia (on this page) one is led to ask Tthe question what meaning does the code put on the word disY  crimination?  Regardless of how one words an advertisement' for  required employment, the advertiser, is going to see th^t  he or she gets the required person. Y-  For example, to quote the code "in using male or female pronouns in job advertisements preference oh the  basis of sex is directly impliM. In the past the pronouns  he, him or his have frequently been used in speaking of  senior executive* positions and she, her, for stereotyped  female jobs such as secretary, receptionist, clerk. To  avoid such discrimination we therefore recommend the  use of'he/she, him/her or his/her." How about simplification by referring to the individual concerned as "the7  applicant." This covers both sexes without distinguishing  either. . ��� ���  ���_. ���������/,���.���  Further, regardless of the implied non-sex advertising  one is supposed to use, what sense is there in leaving  the applicant for a job unaware of the fact that age, sex  and other things' will have an effect oh who gets the job.  Neutralizing the requirements of the hirer seems farfetched. When an employer wants a mail of 35 with a  certstin ability, that is what he is going to hire regardless  of limitationput on his advertisement..  History and Mr. JNixoti  History will most likely write up Richard Nixon,  deposed president of the United States as a man whowas  railroaded, out of office by a political party ��� his own.  Careful listehing to his resignation speech and anything  he has said since should convince one that he resigned  unwillingly. Y.  People from the "United States whonii_ie editor and  his wife met oh the Northland Prince trip to Stewart,  B.C. and return were all sympathetic to Nixon and felt  the Watergate deal should be closed do\m quickly and  quietly. Talks with those'people and correspondence with  others in the U.S. does not reveal a comforting condition  and when this condition is weighed against Watergate  you can ask which is the more serious situation.  A recent letter fr<om a m an in the United States who  has travelled all over lhat country and most other parts  of the world will explain some of the conditions faced  by U.S. folk. His letter contains this information:  "We would never dare to go oh the streets at night  inYNew York City, Detroit, Philadelphia, Los Angeles,  Chicago or San Francisco and especially in Washington,  DC. which is 83 percent colored now, unless we went in  a large group. It is hazardous enough to go from the  hotel to! a taxi. People look the other way when there is  a mugging so they won't become involved. The police  try not to arrest a colored man lest they be singled  out as anti-negro. It is politics at the squalid level. Every  felony court has a corps of lawyers for the defense whose  job is not to uphold the law but to release the criminal."  Weigh up the? millions "of dollars and months of time  spent on a political offence known as Watergate and hope  we will never have that kind of politics in Canada.  5 to 25 years ago  Guidelines for Employment  Advertisements: Under the  Human Rights Code no person  may publish a job advertisement that expresses ^"either  directly or indirectly any -limitation, specificatior-, or. preference as to the race, religion,  colour, ' sex,   -marital    status,  7  age, ancestry or place of origin  of  any   person.  Problems  of  discrimination   in   job   ad-.-  vertfsements    have    occurred -  most frequently in the following-areas.  '': Specifying Male or Female:-  Many   job   advertisements   in  the   past   have   blatantly  dis-'  criminated on the basis of sex  / by specifying male or'female.  No   such  advertisements   may  now  be published since they  are clearly prohibited by  the,,  new Human Rights Code. ���  Job Titles: Discrimination  on the basis of isex is indirectly expressed, (whether intentionally or not, by the use of  Job titles that refer to males  or 7 females - eig., waitress,  draftsman, Girl Friday, kales-  man. In order to ensure equal-  opportunity for all qualified,  applicants, we recommend  that one of the following pro-  Five Tears Ago  A contract has been awarded F.W. McGivern Contracting  "Ltd. to build a new , liquor  store at Sunnycrest Plaza.  Sechelt's Elementary school  of 15 classes is now in nine  separate buildings the school  board explains as a new building referendum is proposed.  Sechelt's    council   calls   for  tenders   to  build   200  feet   of  seawall facing Trail Islands.  10 Years Ago  Harry Chaster retires as  school maintenance superintendent after 13 years on that  j��b.  The federal government has  a 50 page brief from Sechelt  supporting the request for a  breakwater.  The list of new teachers for  the term starting in September shows 28 new teachers in  six schools.  15 Years Ago  Fire noticed by a passing  fisherman caused $10,000 damage to the home of Dr. Henry  Wallace of Vancouver's (Ryerson Unitedchurch.  Otto Frederick Giersh, retired federal department of  public works foreman for  many years, died.  B.C. Tel has decided to close  its business offices in Gibsons  and  Sechelt  and handle such  affairs from North Vancouver.  20 Years Ago  The Quillayute will handle  ferry traffic from Earl's Cove  to Saltery Bay, Black Ball  Ferries announces. .  Union Estate Properties at  Sechelt advertises TO lots for  sale at $425 each, one third  down, balance $25 monthly at  6 percent.  25 Years Ago  The Bishop DePender estate near Sechelt has been purchased by the Society for Underprivileged Children.  A Grantham's Landing Property Owners association! meet  ing announces its waterworks  should be completed sometime in the fall.  cedures be'used:     .. *.    ^ , -i"  1. Use of neutral-title - e.g.  sales   clerk;   idraftsperson;   office assistant >-^  2. Use of a dcu_ie title - e.g.  waiter - waitress*; foreman -  woman; fousfooy - girl  3. Use of term describing the  work, not the person - e.g.,  waiting; drafting; selling.      " ;  Pronouns': In using male or  female   pronouns   in   job   advertisements preference on the  basis of sex is indirectly im-  , "plied. In the past the pronouns  ' he-ihim-hfc    have    frequently  been used in speaking of senior or executive' positions and  the pronouns she-her", for ster-'"  eotyped  female ��jobs" such/ as  " secretary, receptionist, clerk.   .  In order.to  avoid such indirect discrimination^ we there  fore recommend that both/the  Tmale and female pronouns be  used ' in  each instance  -   e.g.,  Ihe-she; him-her; his-her.  .   Age:    The   Human    Rights  Code prohibits the publishing v  of any job advertisement that  discriminates  on  the basis of  age.7 It  is  therefore  contrary  to the Act to use such terms,  for   example,   as   'young',   or  'age 25-35'..  Training: . Advertisements  for employment in the restaurant   industry   have   some-'  .times specified, for example,  ��� 'French cook', 'European waiter'. It is recommended'4 that  such advertisements be worded - 'French trained cook',  'Europeank' trained gaiter-  waitress.' ���   "  Exceptions:  Should an. employer  wish  to�� specify male  or female in a job advertisement because the matter relates to the 'maintenance of  public decency, the employer  Awill be required to have such  an advertisement approved by  the Human Rights Commission  Any -such advertisement approved by the Human- Rights  Commission may foe published  and will not be in contravention of the Human Rights  Code.'  Human Rights Branch, Department' of Labor, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria,- BJC. V8V  1X4. Phone: 387-6.861.  announcement  The Immacuate Conception Parish of Vancouver has taken over responsibility^ for the Dunbar Foundation in the sale of Western .Canada  Lottery  Tickets.   Sales Co______ission will  be  as  specified by the B.C. Lottery Division. ,  Those, who have accepted .the invitation to  become salesmen and wish further information  |v please contact me at Immaculate Conception Parish, P.O. Box 46537 ��� Postal Station G. Vancou-.  ver, B.C. ��� V6R 4G8.  M. J. Kelly,   -  President,  Parish Council.  v7  Some  people go  to school  just for  the fun of it.  Some people go tb 'school in order "  to pursue a career, gain a degree or  get ahead in their chosen vocation'.  Others go to school jtist for the  fun of it. -   .     '  They're the people'you'll find at  high schools and Community  Colleges throughout British Columbia  ��� vyriting, painting, learning  languages, exploring, discussing,  advancing and, simply, enjoying life  to the fullest., ���  You could be one of them. You  could turn those spare hours into  fascinating new interests.  All it takes is the investment of a  little time and almost no money.  And you'll probably be amazed at  how much fun you get in return.  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION  * ���  _7f Bahai spiritual revolution  . The second feature of the  spiritual- revolution is that it  is universal. Shoghi Effend-  the appointed Guardian of the  Baha'i Faith, "underlined this  characteristic of the crisis:  Every system short of the unification of the human race has  been tried, /and. been found ���  wanting. Wars again and again <  have been fought, conferences  without numiber have met arid  deliberated. -      -  , Treaties, pacts and covenants have been painstakingly  negotiated, concluded and revised. Systems *of governments  have been patently tested, recast- and superseded." Economic plans of reconstruction have  been carefully devised and  meticulously executed. And  yet crisis has succedeed crisis,  and the: rapidity with which a  perilously unstable Twofld is  declining has been correspond-  _^ BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER  AUTHORITY PARITY BONDS recently advertised  and now on sale, will earn: simple interest at ZV2. %  --^ payable quarterly.  Coast News Aug. 2<8 1974.  ingly accelerated., ^ ,.  A yawning gulf threatens to  involve in one common, disaster both the satisfied and  dissatisfied 7 nations, 7 democracies, and dictatorsihips, capitalists and wage-earners, Europeans and Asiatics, Jew and  Gentile, white and colored.  The elements of society most  keenly sensitive to the crisis  are the ^underprivileged,'���'������. the  youth and the minority cultures. (Not having the emotional or financial commitment to  the status quo, in their eyes  present day civilization stands  or falls 011 its own record. The  7 values of our. civilization have  been largely rejected by the  people on whom those values  depend for their survival. We  are being told that, present-  day       civilization,       morally  I speaking, is not one in which  human   beings   can   live   and  grow.  I   couldn't   get   across  the  "'" " ^ road.  ���  House burns  .,  LANES  OPEN BOWLING:  Fri. - Sal. 7 -11 p.m.  Sunday -2-11 p.m.  LEAGUES START IN SEPTEMBER  JOIiV A LEAGUE  FOR GOOD COMPANY and GOOD EXERCISE  Y.B.C. Registration ($1) on Sat., Sept. 4  Bantams ��� 9 a.m.  Junors and Seniors ��� 11 a.m.  For more Information Phone 886-2086  ��, A fire on the morning of  August 14 completely destroyed a house owned by Robert  'Songster. The house, vacant at  the time of the fire, had recent  ly been moved from Keats Island to a location on Highway  101 just past Seaview Cemetery.  Cause of  the blaze��is still  under investigation.  BULB INSPECTION  v  Millions of tulips, gladioli;  dahlias, irises,- begonias, peonies and pther flowers, along  with onion sets and shalllots,  are now waiting in the Neth-"  erlands to be cleared for.shipment to Canada. Agriculture  Canada's Plant Protection Division is on the scene with two  special inspectors who go to  the Netherlands before . bulk  imports each spring and fall.  An advance display of ov- .  erseas    Christmas    cards >{/  will  be set up soon  for Y  your convenience so that .  you may send them out in  ,  good time. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME  Seaview Road  Gibsons  886-9551  i&e  COMPLETE SERVICES  LOCAL OR DISTANT BURIALS; CREMATIONS; MEMORIALS  I      PRE-ARRANGEMENTS  DAND_^  Whitaker House  in third week  Wihitaker house, featuring  local crafts, is in its third successful week with -the addition  of a small antique shop, trans-  .cendental meditation classes,  and a flower shop'.  Featured in the art and craft  center are crochet wearables  by Shirley Apsouris, place  mats by Virginia Atherton,  tote bags by Doris Beaton and  velvet batiks by Mrs. Boe.  Susan Breem makes framed  stitchery flowers; trays and;  and carved bowls by Ernie  Burnett and many other wooden articles by M. Dolfcman,  Tom Hemstalk, G/ Fawkes, J.  Manton and Ed Videman.  Collections of pottery by  Joe Buchanan-, Pat Gallagher,  Muriel Parfitt, and Joe Gibson  are available as well as ceramics by Nell Whaites and Betty Tucher. Susan Valler jewelry, (Shelly Neufield mobiles  and Joe Small surreal dolls are  on sale. Garnet Kaemling has  woven ��� a chilkot blanket.  Charles Murray j_ well known  for his hasti-notes of old buildings ora. the1 coast, books of  poems ,and Indian rock painting cards by.Les Peterson are.  \ also available.  Western  lottery  tickets' are  available at the desk.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC  WORKS OF CANADA  TENDERS  SEALED TENDERS address  ed to Head, Tenders & Contracts, Department of Public  Works, Canada, 1444 Alberni  (Street, Vancouver, B.C. Y6G  . 1A2, and endorsed    ���  ���TENDER FOR RE-PA-DNT-  ING - POST O___C0_ - GWh  SONS, BC;'  will be received until 111:00 am  (ft? D IS iT), 11 SEPTEMBERl  1974.  Plans, -specifications and  forms of tender can be obtained through^ the Postmaster,  Gibsons, B.C. and above DPW  Office.  To be considered each tender  must be made on the printed  formssupplied by the Department and in accordance with  the conditions set forth therein.  The lowest or any tender  not nedessarily accepted.  Head, Tenders and Contracts  BE THE FIRST IN YO^  Enjoy your own Keep Fit Cycling Program, with a MUNDAY HOMES 10 Speed Bicycle free of charge to every purchaser of a new Mobile Home from any Munday Lot,,  between now and August 3lr 1974.  Sales Branches af:  6401 Kingsway, Burnaby, Phone 437-1184  2740 Lougheed Hwy.r Port Coquitlam. Phone 941-5114  NOTE: Offer is for a 10 Speed Bicycle only, and the Company will not provide discounts or substitute articlesirilieu of this ofj'er.  -I\  for your printing phone 886-2622  UNIVERSAL PEACE and  UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD  886^2078  rtfebihso-Y "  BACKHOE, DITCHING, DRAINS,  WATERLINES, ETC.  Box 237, Gibsons, B.C. '  Phone 88^-7983  EwartMcMynn  NOTARY PUBLIC  Y1738 North JUetcher Street, Gibsons  P.O. Box 471 Phone 886-2500  SUNSHINE COAST  Cowrie StreetY Sechelt P.O. Box 375  Phone 885-9551  per annum  Calculated on Minimum Monthly Balances  !       of $500 or more  Paid June 30 and Dec. 31  I. S. C. DEPOSIT ACCOUNT  (INVESTMENT - SAVINGS - CHEQUEING)  Deposits or Withdrawal any time  ' No Charges  Full Chequeing Privileges  Nominal Service Charge  Personalized Cheques  No Extra Charge  Statements and Paid Cheques  Returned Monthly  Ask us About Term Deposit Rates  OFFICE HOURS  Tuesday to Saturday-^- 10 a.m. to 4p.m,  Closed Monday  SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 ��� CLOSED FOR  LABOR DAY HOLIDAY SCHOOL OPENING  September 3rd 1974  /  School will be open for registration, grouping and textbook issue  only at 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, September 3rd. Elementary students  willfbe dismissediat10:30 a.m. Elphinstone Secondary will open at  7:50 .a.m;, and will, te day in accordance with  the regular schedule as noted below.  Wednesday, Sept. 4 ���'All schools closed for students ��� No buses.  Thursday, Sept. 5 ��� Regular school day for all pupils.  Advance registration for elementary pupils enrolling at Gibsons and  Sechelt Elementary can be made as follows:  Sechelt Elementary:: "Wednesdayr, August 28, Thursday, August 29  :       v   t, Friday, August 30 ��� 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  Gibsons Elementary: Wednesday, August 28, Thursday, August 29  Friday, August 30 ��� 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  ^ Kindergarten students should report to Gibsons Elementary School  Roberts Creek Elementary, or Madeira Park Elementary School at  10:30 a.m. on September 3rd.  Q Kindergarten and Grade 1 pupils must present birth certificates for  registration.  0 Pupils in other grades must present reports from previous school  attended.      , ���     .     <  ��) Regular instruction will commence on Thursday, September 5th at  all schools at 9:00 a.m. ��� with the exception of Ephinstone Secondary School which will commence instruction at 7:50 a.m.  NOTE:    The published bus schedules are tentative and will be likely to  change once bus loads are established. ,  SCHOOL BUS SCHEDULES  s  SECONDARY  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY  Morning Shift  PM Shift  Grades 8, 11,12  Gr. 9 & 10  Lawrences ���-��� Sechelt  -Elphinstone  Brooks  7:00            11:40  Mason & Norwest Rd.  7:02            11:42  Luoma  7:04           11:44 7  Mason & 101  7:u5            11:45  Wakefield  7:06            11:46  Lawsons  7.07            11:47  Trail Acres  7:i0            11:50  Lohnenberg  7:13            11:53  Mullens  7:14            11:54  Swans  7:16            11:56  Newtons  7:17            11:57  Gordons  7:19            11:59  / -   ���  Sechelt Elementary  7:20            12:00  Elphinstone School  7:45            12:25  >   7.7 7 ���7.:.;  Forestry Corner - Sechelt yJSlphwistone  Forestry Corner  Nelsons                  t        .  7:00            11:40  7:0|           11:44  Booming Ground  7:06           11:46  Robilliard  7:09           11:49  S.M.T. Depot  7:12            11:52  Morning Shift  1 Grades 8, 11, 12  Residential School  Selma Park Legion  Baba's ,  Oldersbaw Road  Falaron Farm  Elphinstone School  7:14  7:17  7:27  7:32  7:35  7:42  PM Shift  Gr. 9 & 10  11:54  11:57  12:07  12:12  12:15  12:22  Morning Shift  Grades 8, 11, 12  PM Shift  Gr. 9 & 10  Sechelt - Pratt - Elphinstone  S.M.T. Depot 7:03  Selma Legion 7:08  Mission Creek 7:13  Wilson Creek 7:14  Tyson Road 7:15  Camp Site -         7:17  Lockyer Road 7:_8.  Pine Road  % 7:23  Elphinstone School 7:28  Pratt Road (Chaster) 7:33  Ripper Road 7:34  Rottluffs 7:35  Prices 7:38  Swallow Road 7:39  Pratt & Gower Point 7:41  Elphinstone School 7:45  11:43  11:48  11:53  11:54  11:55  11:57  11:58  12.03  12:08  12:13  12:14  12:15  12:18  12:19  12:21  12:25  Sechelt Depot - Elphinstone - Port Mellon  S.M.T. Depot  Nestman Road    . <  Davis Bay  Crow Road  Elphinstone School  Port Mellon  Dog Patch  Avalon  Twin Creeks  Forbes Road  Elphinstone School  6:40  6:42  6:45  6:50  7:05  7:20  7:22  7:30  7:35  7:40  7:45  11:20  11:22  11:35  11:40  ,11:45  12:00  12:05  12:10  12:15  12:20  12:25  Joe Road - Roberts Creek Store  Elphinstone and Port Mellon  Lv. Pratt. Road. 6:50  Joe Road 6;55  Smiths 7:00  Roberts Creek Store , 7:02  Hall Road & 101 [ 7:04  Elphinstone School 7:19  Forbes Roa_ 7:29  Hopkins 7:31  Bracewells 7:33  , Soames Point              -       7:35  Elphinstone School ; 7:45  11:30  11:35  11:40  11:42  11:44  11:59  12:09  12:11  12:13  12:15  12:25  ____/  Sechelt - Halfmoon Bay - Sechelt  Residence  Eureka Road  Conners  Jorgensons  Hansons '  Redrooffs & 101  West Sechelt Elementary  Sechelt Elementary  8:15  8:23  8:25  8:27  8:29  8:33  8:40  8:45  Cemetery Road - Roberts Creek  Sechelt Elementary  Cemetery Road  English Road  Leek Road  Peninsula Hotel  McLeod's Road  Joe Road & 101  Joe Road & Lower Road  Bayview Road  Metcalfe Road  8:15  8:16  8:18  8:19  8:21  8:22  8:23  8:25  8:26  Roberts Creek Elementary  Tyson Road  Wilson Creek  Mission Pt, Bridge  Whitaker & Bay Road  Kingdom Hall  Sechelt Elementary  . ...  Porpoise Bay - ISechelt  Roberts Creek -Sechelt  Forestry Corner  Nelsons  Booming Ground  Robilli'ards  Sechelt Mementary .  Gibbs Road  Roberts Creek Park  Lower Road  Roberts Creek Elementary  Selma Park Legion  Sechelt Elementary  8:30  8:35  8:41  8:42  8:43  8:46  8:50  8:09  8:11  8:13  8:15  8:17  8:32  8:34  8:36  8:37  8:47  8:50  Nestman Rd. - Sechelt  West Sechelt - Sechelt  Nestman Itoad, 8:20  Residential School 8:23  Sechelt Elementary* _:28  Mills Road 8:33  Wakefield 8:35  . *Trail Acres 8:37  Lawson 8:39  ^ West Sechelt Elementary    8:43  Brooks .     8:45  Sechelt Elementary 8:50  Residential School - Roberts Ck.  Residential School 8:30��  Whitaker Road 8:35  _3igMap_e 8:40  - :James'' ��� ,'.8:4S-"'  LockyerRoad 8:48  Roberts Creek School 8:50  Pratt Rd. - Gibsons Elementary  Pratt & Chaster  Ripper Road  Ilot^  Prices' \:':    '    l .;'  Swallow Road  Pratt & Grower  Gibsons Elementary  (  , . A  Port Mellon - Langdale  Port Mellon       4  Dog Patch ??  Twin Creeks  Langdale Elementary  Hopkins  Braceweli i .   7v/7.  Soames Point  Feeney Road  Bennetts   V.. ,'/77.        Y,  Hop-tins       '  le Elementary  8:32  8:33  8:34  8:37  8:38  8:40  8:45  8:12  8:15  8:20  8:25  8:27  8:2.  8:29  8:32  8:33  8:_tr  8-45  PENDER HARBOUR STUDENT TE^NSPORTATION  Bus No. 1 - Halfmoon Bay Elementary students  Includes Garden Bay and Irvines Landing.  Leaves B &J Store 7:30 a.m.  Bus No. 2 - Egmont Elementary students  Includes Francis Peninsula: Leaves West  Egmont 7:45 a.m.    -  Bus, No. 3 -Francis Peninsula Secondary students  Leaves Garden Bay at 7:45. Includes Fran  cis Peninsula'arid Madeira Park, and Garden Bay studeatife.  If any further information is required regarding  the above routes, please call Mark Myers at 883-  2347.-   .       .  \  ������:%<* Coagt Nejws, Aug. 28 1974.     5  Susan visits Hungary  By Susan Somogyi (Age 12)  I went to Hungary April fy  1974 with my father, mother  and   brother.   We   were   gone  for  a  month  and  came back  May 8th. ���   ;  We visited our relatives in  Hungary. iThe Hungarian language sounds easy to me. It  might he because my parents  speak Hungarian. The School  1 have seen is> not as modernl  -as ours. Unfortunately the  principal did not let us attend.  However we learned from our  -cousin that they go to sdhoo|g  four and a half hours a day,  five and a half hours on Saturday and nine months a year.  My cousin seemed to have a  lot of homework.  On graduation 'the class  hangs a polka dotted bag on a  stick,and carrying it on their  shoulders, slowly walk through  all the classrooms they attend  saying good-bye to the classrooms, students, teachers and  each other. They sing 'Ballag '  mar a vehdiak, tovabb tovabb  Fel bucsu csokra eimborak'..'  which means Wander away the  ojd student 'further ahead  ahead. Bid a, farewell kiss to  good old palis.  The kids wear the same*  clothing as we do and the old  ��� folks wear dark clothing. The  women also wear kerchiefs.  Hungarian teenagers .are  tidy.arid polite. They seem to  lijce fun just like us and play  all, kinds of sports. Soccer  seams to he favoured by the  boys just as hockey is* hy our  boys.  , Budapest is a beautiful big  city of about two and a hall!  million people. Actually ijt is  two city's together with Buda  on the hills west side of 1jhe  Danube River. On the east side  *  Church  Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's  Rev. David HYP. Brown  Sunday School; 11 a.m.  Morning Service. 11:15 a_n.  2nd and 4th Sundays  Holy Communion at 8:00-a.m.  St. Aidan's  Sunday School 10:30 a.m.  Sunday Service 9:30 a.xn.  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's Cbcvdr  Father E. G. I-fJiiiw  11 a.m. Mass, Sot-days  Wed., Fri.; 7 p.m.  Phone 885-9526  -BAPTIST CHTJRCHES~~T  Pastor - Wiibert.N. Erickson  Office 886-2611, Res.  886-7449  CALVARY - Park Rd; Gibsons  SUNDAYS  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Thursday - Prayer and Bible  Study; 7:00 p.m.  BETHEL  - Mermaid & Trail,  Sechelt  SUNDAYS.  Sunday School 10:00 am.  Morning Worship 11: J5 a.m.  Wednesday YStudy Hour  7,7-Y77:30.-p.m.Y:.\Y,;:     Y ���  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  MembCTf p:a:o.c.   y  Phone SBJW197Y  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School 9:45 a in.  . Morning Worship 11 a m.  Evening Service 7:00 p.m.  Wed., Bible Study, 7:30 p.m.  Fri., Accent on Youth. 7:30 pm.  Pastor G.WYFc-tar  GtAD Tll^NGS ^E^M  '  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2W0  Simdays. 107__ri; & 7 p.ni.  Bible Study, Tues- 7:30 p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dykes  "In His Service ���  At Your Service  CHMSilAW SPCE       "  Sunday at 11:15 a.m. in St.  John _ United ("foiirch, Davis  Bay by an informal group of  Christian Scientists. "'������������=>  Everyone ^Welcome  Phone: 885-9778 or 886-7882  on the flats is Pest.- It has  many historic sights and museums. We visited the museum  of Military History and it was  very interesting. On exhibit  they had .items from all over  Europe as old as 1,500 y^ars,  like swords the Romans used.  I liked the Vidam Park  which is an amusement park  and also the zoo. They have a  lot of street cars,.buses and a  beautiful subway called Metro.  Up the Buda Mountains goes  a sprocket car like the cable,  car in San Francisco except it  , is nicer. At the end of it iwe  boarded1 the -pioneer railway  that runs into the Buda Mountains. It is a. xhinature railway  operated toy children except  for the engineer.  We also went to swim at  spas in Budapest, Harkany  and Herviz. We saw the fortress of Sikos that was built  in the 12th century. We also  crossed Lake Balaton that has  a beautiful color like Lake  Louise in our Rockies on a  , ferry.  All the relatives were very  .friendly. My* grandma made  some Easter eggs for us on  Easter. My brother Gabor  placed;. an Easter , egg under '  one of the chickens and ran to  grandma calling, 'Hurry, hurry  Grandma. Look what kind of  egg your rooster layed.' My  mother did not like the joke.  After  we   said  goodbye  to  Hungary   we   drove   through'  Austria,     Italy, ; Switzerland, -  Germany,     France,     Luxembourg,  Belgium and Holland.'  We rode the world's biggest  ferris wheel in Vienpa which  also is a beautiful city. We enjoyed a gondola ride' in Venice.  The streets of Venice are act-  .-ually channels that you can go  about Iby boats.'   "  Driving through Switzerland  we went through a snow storm  in one of the high mounfjain  passes ��� at Saint Bernardino ���  and the SwissT-Alps were truly  wonderful. "^.also .enjoyed  one of the7 world _ smallest  countries Luxemfbpurg.  Germany, Belgiuih and Hoi-  land seemed to have progressed more than any other country' we have seen including  Canada. Everywhere we, rode  on beautiful .freeways and saw  modern factories ahd buildings -  However we still seem to  enjoy a better living in Canada and it is nice to be home  again. ���<  Letters to Editor  Editor: With regards to the  proposed Cultural Centre at  R-berjte^Cr^ek,, I should- like  . to offer the fotlowihg comments .for. your reader's opinions section. Y  The idea of a ipulural Centre  for 'this community is an excellent one, but by no means  - original.- v Y :  At" least 18-months ago, -lay  and' Pamela JJoothroyd approached several persons interested in theatrical arts with  the idea of starting a Theatre  Centre at the ^ilight Theatre  I took advantage of the offer  and have beeiiYusing the theatre three afternoons a week  for the past year for the -'pur-.  pose of teaching>teliet a_nd: :-tep>'  d^ncjngV .Vf/Y  It. is  surprising   that   other/  individuate, or  groups donot  take advantage oil the theatre  facilities since the building is  only in use a few hours a day  for  the movie shows and  is  available   at. very  reasonable  rent for-the rest of the tima  The theatre can-also be rented  for   live   drama 7productions,,  etc.  during Jhe evening pro-   s  viding jprior notice is  given.  Dressing ropin space, is present  ly^i^ih^ 'increased* and expert  advice isYat1 - hand ��� concerning  stage' lighting effects.  YThei^ore   in   my   opinion,  there 'frjajgiu -ibe-Tnp jrattf ic__tion  tfoi. jolbl^^ btuld  a hew theatre until such time  as existing facOities are being  us��jd to't-xe Y_uD. ^--Jean Mil-  ward     ������-- ���.'���'.   '���'������ .     ' -v ���������  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS  A  ilac-ading Regional District Residents Not In A Municipality  TUEi^Y. SEPTENIB-R 3,1974  NEW REGULATIONS. In the foncoming civic or municipal elections, all residents  who are qualified vote in the area in which they reside^Applications for registration  iri accordance withthe^Municipal Act, should be on file with the Clerk's Office at  your city or municipal hall by the closingday, September 3,1974.  Persons enumerated for the civic or municipal voters list earlier this year are now  registered (you may check by calling the Clerk's Office). PROPERTY OWNERS  ARE NQ LONGER AUTOMATICALLY ON THE VOTERS LIST. Being on Provincial or Federal voters' lists does not entitle you to vote in a civic or municipal  election.  Persons who have not been enumerated can make application for registration at the  Clerk's Office in their city or municipal hall, or by sending in the form below. If a  resident of a Regional District outside a municipality, please contact the Administrator of your Regional District.  ^*  PMata ra_H lo Clerk's Office, City or Municipal HaH In the area where you r���Ida __.   .   .  APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS AN ELECTOR.  Dated at ; -. B.C. ���  Municipality or ftostoMl DbMct etoctoml araa   ,197-.  Please do not write anything in this space  I hereby certify that I am a Canadian citizen or a British,  subject by birth (or by naturalization as detailed below),  that I am of the full age of nineteen years, that I have  resided in British Columbia for the past six months and  In Canada for the past twelve months, and that the  address below is my present residence.  Signature of applicant, in ink.  Signature of witness, in ink.  -Witness  Address of witness  Mr./Mrs./Miss/Ms.       !      f      I      !���'  ' "--'-..- ���������'-.-"���"                   :         :     7 ���'       ���  I  \        I  |  I      I  :         :         :  j      j      i      I      }      j      j  \      \      I  ���                  ���                  a  Surname of applicant in block letters  Given names  in full (no initials)  Street address or description of location if residence  is in  rural area  Postal Code  City, town, village or district  Postal address if different from above  v                                                                '    "                       '''���-''''.'  Occupation  Social Insurance number OR birthday  (day) of             (month)  (year)  Details of naturalization, if applicable  , i  rY              '  A facsimile or reasonable copy of this form may be used for additional qualified voters to make application COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS  ;|Phone 886-2622  Deadline ��� Tuesday noo_  5c a word, minimum 75c  tor v.-; up to 15. words  Subsequent Insertions % price _  25c added fo? bookkeeping on  ads   not   paid  one   wetJk  after  Insertion..  Legal ads 25c p*r count line.  Subscription Rates:  B.C. 1 year $4.50, 6 mo. $2.50  Canada ex. B.C. 1 yr. $5.00  U.S. & foreign 1 year $8.50  COMING EVENTS -  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons.  886-2827"  SEE THEATRE AD  UNDER  MISC.  FOR   SALE  6     Coast News Aug. 28, 1974.     BOATS FOR SA��E (COflfd)  WORK WANT�� (Confd)  PAINTING  &  LABOR  by contrac t' only  Crew available  Phone 886-0245   - *  J & J COMBUSTION  Installations &-Service  FREE  ESTIMATES  Phone  886-9556  "Box 545, Gibsons.  To honor the Golden Wedding  anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.  Harry J. Chaster, their family  is holding open house, iSat.,  Aug. _1 at Trelawney, Gower  (Roint home of their parents  Friends will be welcome between 2 and 5 p.m.  Transcendental Meditation information.   886-7654,   886-2524.  w   ���     ������        '.i ��� .-     ���        -        , ���1.  ��� ���  Every  Thurs.,  8  p.m.,   Bingo,  Legion -Sail, Roberts Creek.  ENGAO.MBIT     ~T~~~~y  TMr. and Mrs. Murray Crosby  are prioud to announce the engagement of their son John Ho-  Miss, Marianne Mammal of Cultus Lake, B.C.       -  '  DEATHS  McDONOUGH: Passed away at  ��>ooke, Vancouver Island, on  Aug. 26, John McDongugh, a  former resident of Gibsons.  Survived by 1 son, Clarence, 1  daughter, Mrs. Joy Limpinsiel,  6 garidohildren, 6 great grandchildren, 2 brothers, Ellis and;  Bill. Funeral service Wed.,.  Aug. 28 at 3 pm from the H5an-  vey Funeral.Home. Mr. Fred  Sherman; officiating. Interment  Sea view Cemetery.,  We provide a complete tree ser��  vice for the Sunshine Coast.   ���  All work insured and guaranteed to your satisfaction.  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  885*2109  Backhoe available on request.  Phone 886-7638.        ���'   Will   do   any   kind   of   work,  around house and garden, also  moving   and   hauling   of   any  kind. Phone 886-9503.  Backhoe  available  for  drainage,  ditches, water lines,  etc.  iPhone 886-9579.   FURNACE INSTALLATIONS  OIL BURNER SERVICE  Financing Available  Call Thomas Heating, 886-7111  CHIMNEY  SWEEPING  fill    ^_f*OV4^4l  iPhone Ron  Crook, - 885-3401  y    .. after 5 p.m.  (AfiD OF THAMKS  We wish to extend our sincer-  est thanks and appreciation to  our many friends for their expressions of sympathy to us  during the recent loss of, our  beloved daughter and sister.  (Special thanks go to Dr. H. Inglis and Rev. David Brown.  Henry, Audrey, Roxanne and  Michael Hinz.    -  INHENORIAN  MacDONAL-D: For John Angus  MacDonald, who passed away  in 1971 Lovingly'Remembered.  Bette.  NOTICE  Anyone witnessing a collision  with a blufe VW station) wagon in the parking lot of the  Twilight Theatre on Thurs.,  evening, Aug. 15 please phone  386-7537.  ,   - -...���"..  ���:',"������    REWARD  Lost cat, -Roberts Creek, Beach  Ave. area. Blue-grey and white  forefront, neutered male, named _C^per1_Phone^85-3^  FOUND  A watch was found at Armour's beach on Friday afternoon, Aug. 23, and is.now at  the Coast News.  Key found at tennis <cburt af-  .  ter the Beer  Garden by Colleen   Johnson,   now   at   Coast  News.  (Parcel with name MacLean,  left at Gibsons Radio Cabs.  Can be claimed by phoning  886-2211 and identifying contents..  HELP WANTID  JANITORS: Applications are  invited from qualified persons  for full time janitorial staff.  Only written applications will  be considered, giving age, education, details of experience  and other skills, and three local references. Present salary -  $733 per month rising to $773i  per month after three month  successiful probationary period  plus shift differential where  applicable. . 'Mark envelope  "APPLICATION FOR JANI-.  TOR" and mail to:  Mr. R.Mills  Secretary-Treasurer  School District No.  46  (Sechelt)  Box 220,  Gi-sonis, BC. v_ .  Full time and part time drivers  with a class 4 driver's licence   Phone 886-2211. ���   Y   **��   ._ : tt.iX-i  Caretaker required immediate^  ]y. Sunshine Coast Trailer Park  _1hone 886-9826 for further in-  .   TYPEWRITER  &  ADDING MACHINE  SALES & SERVICE  Phcmfe 886-7111  ^onal "T  CARPET CLEANING  ���'���'���< The Argosheen .Method.  We towel dry!  Phone  12 to 1 - 885-9327  or after 5 p."m.  For Latter Day Saints in this  area,, contact 886-2546.   If you are concerned about  someone with a drinking problem call Al-Anon at 885-9409.  Meetings St. Aidan's' HaH,  Tuesday, '8 p.m.^  MISC. FOR SUf  TWILIGHT  THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat.  . Aug. 28, 29. 30, 3tf.  PAPILLON  MATURE:. Warning, some brutality and violence.  Sunday Sept. %  Late Show, 111 p.m.  :  HORROR HOUSE  ���.: ��� and  DR PHIBES RISES AGAIN  MAjTURE  Sun. Mon, Tues.     Sept. 1, 2, 3  OKLAHOMA CRUDE  lN-ATURE: Occasional coarse  language  Girl's Mustang 3-speed jSpyder  bike, 20 in. wheel, like new,,  $40. Kenmore vacuum with  power mate, $60. Hoover floor  polisher $10. [Ph. 886-9159.  Goats for sale. Phone 886-_893.  Gibson fridge, 10.2 cu. ft. Ph  885-12778    New ISmith-Corona portable  typewriter $35. Standard typewriter and steel table $40. Water pump, iy2", new, $15. 886-  2794. ______  Kerimore stove, 30", like new,  green,   $200.   (Phone   886-2802.  Wringer washer, 3 yeans old.  Good working order, $75; bedroom suite, 2 'dressers, mirror  and headboard, $75.' Ph. 886-  9374. .    7        _j;  1968 Case Cat, 3ilO G dieisel,  with all hydattlic blade with  tandem trailer, Phone 886^2105  1972 20 hp Mercury outboard.  Used 4 hours, $500. Phone 886-  9032.  FARM FRESH VEGETABLES  Beets, zucchini, lettuce, etc.  Tony Archer, 886-7046.  WATKINS PRODUCTS  \  Mrs. Donna LeOlair  Phone 886-7867  formation.  WORK WANTED  Backhoe available. Septic tank  sales and installations. Phone  886-7671.  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales.  Ph.  885-9713- Sechelt.  WANT��  Wanted urgently, ..garage with  lock close to Gibsons. Call Jim  Chow,    886-7811,    at    Molly's  ^BeachyY-77-7-,;-.., ������./.   ���       ���-.'-���,.. :���-������������  IJPlaypen wanted. Ph. 886-7798'  Free fill, diirt or rocks. Gibsons.  Phone_Bill Davis at 886-2009.  BOATS FOR SALE  Rebuilt 305 cruiser hull, new  decks and cabin. At government wharf. Best offer. Phone  886-7661  MARINE  INSURANCE  PROBLEMS?  New insurance advice  Re-insurance advice  ���     Claims settled  Capt. W. Y..Higgs,  Marine Surveyor  * < Box 339, Gibsons  Phones 886-91546 or '885-9425  SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE    .  '65 Plymouth Fury  II  Excel-  ;'  lent condition.'Phone 886-7735.  ���t  MUST SELL ��� 1973 Otto '  Prospector ��� H.T. tent trailer:  Deluxe model- less than 1,000  miles. Sleeps 6. In or out ol  trailer cooking and eating fa-^  cilities. Must be seen to be appreciated. Asking, $1,500.v Ph..  886-7095 after 6 p.m.   FORWENT  , 3 ' bedroom  house  withJ large ���  yard Roberts Creek area, $235.  Phone  926-8-18  after 4.30.   One bedroom mobile home with  stationary addition. Roberts  Creek. $125 rent." Write Box  3020, Coast News, Gibsons  Bachelor suite, fully furnished.  2 miles north-of Langdale. Won  smoker only.' Phone -86-2923.  Pensioner to share comfortable home. Please enquire at  886-7236 or' 886-7797.  One furnished room, available*  Phone  886-9873  BONNIEBROOK CAMP  ��� & TRAILER PARK  Beautiful .site for a trailer.  Couples preferred. No dogs.  Ph. 886-2887 or 886-9319   .  Charles English Ltd,  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  GIBSONS, B.C. ,     Ph. 886-2481  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE  ' TOLL FREE 687-6445  NOTARY; PUBLIC ��� APPRAISALS  800 sq. ft. vshop space for rent  in village of Gibsons business  district. Write P.O' Box 202,  Gibsons, or. phone 886-9604.  Maple Crescent Apts., 1660/  School Road, Gibson's. 1, 2 and ,  3 bedroom suites. Cablevision,  parking, close to schools and  shopping. Reasonable rent. Ph.  886-7836;    WANTED TO REIT  Responsible couple wish to  Writer wishing seclusion will  caretake your house or cabin  for the winter. Will pay modest rent if necessary. ' Good  referencs. A. Wilson, 752 E 4th  St., North Vancouver  Responsible couple wish to rent  or caretake 2 br cottage, .Gibsons, starting September, or  October. Contact Bonnie, 886-  7288. [   'Couple would like  to renjt  a  2or more bedroom house in  the Gibsons-Sechelt area, year  round. IPhone 886-2491.'  __���_-__��� i _      i        --      ���ii���������  rent/caretake, 2 bedroom cottage; beginning Sept. or Oct.  .Contact Bob, at 886-2301.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  For membership or explosive  requirements contact R. Nim  mo, Cemetery Road. Ph. 886-  7778. Howe Sound Farmers'  Institute. Stumping or ditclv  ing powder, dynamite, eiectric,  or   regular   caps,   prima-cord,  HOWE SOUND WATER TAXI  New Brighton, Gambier Island,  is now under the management  of Mr. John Knight. Phones,  886-9343, 886-9651. Radio controlled.  Alcoholics Anonymous. ��� Phone  885-9534, 886-99W or 885-9327.  Gibsons meeting Monday. 8:30  p.m. in Gibsons Athletic hall..  COMPRESSED AIR  RECHARGED  FIRE EXTINGUISHERS  Skindivers available  for salvage work  Marine Hardware  Fibreglass, paint, rope, canvas  WALT NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.          Gibsons.888-9303   PETS  2 female Manx kittens. Free to  good home. Phone 886-2886  MOBILE HOMES       T~~"  SUNSHINE COAST*MOBILE  HOME PARK & SALES  New Models now on display:  12 x 62 3 bedroom Statesman,  Reverse isle, bay window, living room, master bedroom &  thall carpeted, $13,500. 7  Used 10 x 50 Great Lakes, 2  bedrooms, large bright living  room, air conditioning, pro-  pine furnace. Very good condition throughout. Y  All models include 2 dr. frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  washers and driers, custom-  made furniture, delivei-y and  complete set-up. All taxes ;n-  cluded. No hidden charges. No  extras to buy.  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  Hwy 101, Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  LOOK AT THESE ACREAGES  v 2 acres view property Roberts Creek. Buy this for the  price of a good lot. $15,000.  20 acres, Mason Road,/West Sechelt. Small house built to  lock up. Well with pump. Partly fenced, partly cleared.  Great future for this piece of land at $63,000.  Lockyer Road: 5 acres corner acreage. Services available.  Offers on $25,000.  Park ��� 5 acres, flat land, close to shopping, schools, etc.  in the village, inquire.about this one.  _^_ acres ��� Lower'Rd., Roberts Creek.-Nice view. Road  on one side. $15,000.  LOOK AT THESE LOTS ^  Langdale Chines: Good view lot. All underground services.  $13,500.  Gibsons Village: -1 plus acres ��� view lot; Seaview Es  tates. Unobstructed view and privacy on ravine edge  Something different for the'imaginativje builder. $10;000  Sechelt Village: In new subdivision. Flat corner lot close  to all amenities. Fully serviced. $10,500/  Selma Park, off Nestman Road: A real opportunity for  the shrewd buyer. 100 x 130 ft. lot. Easy terms on $9,500  with $3,000 down., Could .be the lot you're looking for.  Waterfront: Gower Point ��� 2 waterfront view lots. 100' x  200'. $22,000 each.  Abbs Rd.: 66 x 140 view lot. All services. Very good area  for new. .homes. $16,500.  View lot: Gibsons Village ��� Hillcrest Rd. -Ready to build  on. Underground services. Yours now for $13,800.  Ken Crosby  Don Sutherland ��� 885-9362  886-2098  Jay Visser ��� 885-3300  CONSULT US FOR ALL    "  YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS  Phone 886-2000 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  MEMBER ��� MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  Gower Point: Beach level home  on irregular shaped lot. 5 room  burjgalow. Lge. living room  features beamed ceiling and  has, stone fireplace, combination  kitchen and  dining  area,  can stand some renovation.  Lge. storage shed at rear. This  won't last long at $34,600'Cash  to a 7% lagreement.     -   ,  Gower Point: 3 room older  home situated on view acre.  Quiet, relaxed living in natural  setting. Power, phone and water service. Easy terms on  ,$31,5007 . '���'Y"Y-Yy, '"''-���'  Gibsons: Only one like it. _5 x  130 level lot with stately evergreens. Quiet ���'���residential area.  $8,500.  Relax this slimmer in your  own waterfront log cabin. 90'  lake front on quiet Sakinaw  Lake. Cabin has 2 rooms and  large deck/ furnished. Propane  range, fridge and hot water.  $25,000 Some terms considered.  - A family home to be,-proud  of ��� Spacious 4 bedroom home  on attractively developed lot  in desireable-ldcation. -Spacious-  living room and dining room,  large modern- kitchen," vanity  bath, Rec. room, workshop in  basement area. A-oil heat. 'Asking only $44,500,  Langdale: Cleared corner lot  with a view ��� and what a  view. $11,500 down and assume  $4,500 8%% agreement.  Small 4 room home on 80' x  135' level lot, nice view. /Area  of fine, new homes. $18,500 full  price:." 7    7 77. ; \: .-  LISTINGS WANTED!  Roberts Creek: Beautifully  treed acre. 125' frontage on  Lower Road.  $14,500.  BUSINESS AS USUAL DURING ALTERATIONS  SEASIDE PLAZA  Norm Peterson  886-2607  EWART McMYNN REALTY  Phone 886-2248Y v  Box z_- 7 Gibsons, B.C.  * Gibsons  Notary Public  Gibsons Rural '-��� 2 bdrm home on large lot, large rec.  room, A-oU furnace, $32,500 with half down.  Roberts Creek7��� 2.5/acres; 3 bdrm home; fireplace; full  basement, close to golf course and recreation park. Full  price $43,000, terms/   Y ..."  Lpyely; country Vretrj^at with IVz acres, house fully insulated, some fi-ndshing required. About Wz acres cleared  with garden. Full price $37,500.  2 bdrm home on 2 beautifully landscaped'lots. Fruit trees  and good garden area. Lovely living room with fireplace,  good view. Full basement with rec. room. A-oil furnace.  Full price $54,000, terms.  Phone Eves. Ron McSavaney, 885-3339  iincoast  ���ESTATES LTD.  1  ROBERTS CREEK  AND AREA  Secluded 2 bedroom home  in quiet area. Only 300 ft  from pebble beach. Excellent ocean view, finished  basement. Fireplace. Year  round creek through the  property. Landscaped. F.P.  $39,500. Call Stan Anderson  ACREAGE  Approx.'5 acres, 290' highway    frontage.    Naturally  treed,   gentle   south   slope.,  F.P. $25,900.' Call Stan Anderson.  4.6  ACRE HOBBY FARM  With view. Nice , gothic  arch home at the end of  Crowe Road in Roberts  Creek. Only $32,300. See  Len Van Egmond, 885-9683.  GIBSONS  Two cleared lots in Gibsons  On sewer. Close > to- boat  launching ramp. Paved  roads front and back. Zoned  comprehensive development. F.P. $24,000. Ca.ll  Dougv Joyce.  BETTER THAN NEW  Just outside Gibsons, 12' x  55' mobile home on 95^ x  157' lot. Tall evergreens,  lawn and garden are--the  setting for1 this beautifully  maintained a home. Financing is no problem as our  owner will carry. F.P. $25,-  000. Call Dpug Joyce.  PROPERTY FOR SUE  Gibsons,, large panoramic view  lot on bluff, all faculties,; available. Passed for septic tank.  Blacktop roads. Can contract  building if desired $16,50*0.  Owner 886-7079   BY OWNER  5   SECLUDED  ACRES  On Boyle Rd. Turn -.rom North  Rd. on to iChamberlin Rd., then  left to Bridgeman (Rd thence  to Boyle.' Zoned R2. Power at  corner.' $25,000. Phr 111-522-  9286     .   100 it. waterfront building lot  at Gower Point. (Beautiful view  and nice beach below. All utilities. Down Mahan road to, the  end, 2nd lot on right. Phone  987-5493.  ���  Langdale Chines. New subdi-  vision,, view lot," 85 x' 150, underground services, paved  roads, $10,950. Phone 434-6326,  876-1975. ,  ^ SECHELT AREA  By Water, Panoramic View  Ex groceiy and butcher shop.  Fully equipped, living quarters below. Grossed over $83,-  000 in '73 on 5 day week, 9  a.m. to 6 p.m. Only commercial property in fast growing  area. Closed due- to illness.  Blacktop driveway, . parking,  129 ft. frontage," on Highway  101. Equipment optional. Only  steps, to beach. Safe moorage.  Phone 885-2532.   MORTGAGES  Need money?  Mortgages  ,   Arranged  Bought  Sold  First r��� Second ��� Third  Summer cottages  'and builders loans  readily. available  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  Corp. Ltd.  2438 Marine, W. Van.  Phone 926-3256  B.C is a  beautiful  place  Don't mess  it up Telephone museum opens  One of the most revolutionary inventions of modern times  the telephone, was horn in the.  small city of Brantford, On-'  tario,'in 1874 in-the mind of  'a Scots immigrant who came  to Canada via the United  States. His name was Alexander Graham Bell.  This year Brantford" isvcele-  brating his - epoch-making discovery with an exciting program of. scientific displays and  popular -events.    '  The numiber one display is  called Telescience 100, a $125,.-  000 geodesic dome which  graphically tells .the fascinat- ,  ing story'of the'past, present.  and future ..of telecommunica-"  tions. The display is divided  into three parts, with multimedia presentations in all of  them.     s ���  On a stage in the first part,  visitors can see a film portrayal of Alexander Graham  Bell talking with one of the  pavilion's hostesses "standing  beside;the screen..  Antique "phones  will - be  in .  400 CLUB WINNER  ' Gibsons Lions 400 club.$100  winner .on Friday, August.. 23:  was Paul Gallant of Gibsons.  Ticket 'was drawn, by . iRky  Whiting. .;'  ���The August 9 draw w_s won.w  by Haig Maxwell of Gibsons.  His ticket was drawn by Se-' ;  grid Stofoie. 1  use, and old telephone songs of  yester-year can be heard on  them, such as All Alone Witlh  , the Telephone; Call Me; and  Hello Central Get Me Heaven.  In the third, the public has  a chance to see, touch and try  another  group  of exhibits.  In the second chamber there  is a 65-seat" theatre. The presentation here fe|atures* the,  anticipated lifestyle of the year  2074 and the expected telecommunications services of  ���that era.       ,  BIOSYSTEMATICS  Agriculture Canada's Biosys-  tematics Research Institute  has 10,000,000 preserved in:  sects, about 600,000 plant specimens and 150,000 dried fungal  species. These collections are  used to help identify specimens sent- to the Institute by  Ifellow scientist's as well as by  average citizens.  RED CROSS  means  ^  This is to announce to my friends and clients that I am  ' retiring from the insurance business as Of Sept. i. I  have made arrangement- with Mr. Ron McSavaney to  take over my business in his office under the name E.  McM_/nn Agency. -I wish, to thank everyone who has  dealt with me for the past thirty years and trust that  they will continue to do business with Mr. McSavaney  who will maintain representation of The Dominion of  Canada General Insurance' Co. ���  N. Richard McKibbin  -PUG-BEE STAMPS  YOUR ORDER CAN-BE TAKEN AT  COAST NEWS  Allow one week for processing  886-2622  Employment Opportunity with  The Builders Group  ) If you are interested to join a group.of building,  tradesmen who are planning to build residential buildings on the  Sechelt  Peninsula  under a  co-operative  program, then phone for further information: 886-7626  between hours of 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Tuesdays to Saturdays, or write The Builders Group, P.O. Box 643, Gib-  "sons, -B.C. ..���;..  We are offering for fully qualified tradesmen a  minimum starting7salary of $7.00 per hour plus attractive company benefits and profit-sharing in the company operations.  7 If you are inexperienced and would like to l^arn  a' construction trade under qualified tradesmen, then  we are offering a short training program with pay,  assisted by the Canada Manpower' Training Program.  You will have an opportunity to become employed, in  our company after the training program, and; share  all the company benefits.  The length of the training program Twill depend  oh your ability to learn.  Who are The Builders Group?  It is a group of people who believe that7gbbd..hp1us-;  ing can still. be built at sensible prices by jointly  '"' organizing .their skills and talents under a management program which will provide individual in-  ��� centive for. better productivity iri-building, reward  the el-forts of labor, accordingly, and use business  principles which are fair, and sound for everybody  involved/  f*  i  "���   -  \  -  '  ���*���                x  Coast News, Aug. 28, 1074.    ,7  LEADERS   .  Urgently Required  for Gibsons Guides  and Brownies  Please phone Mrs Fyles  886-7714  before Sept. 12 registration   feVvf   teg^P-^ 6-r 3-Y->!* i-s  FALL FAIR  Sunday, .Sept.  1  noon till dusk  Recreation Centre  Crafts' of All Kinds  (next  to  Golf Course)  A wide variety of Foods;  Flowers, Vegetable displays  and much more  GIBSONS SEA CAVALCADE Queen Perry Bradshaw  (above, centre) is shown at the PNE along with. Hope's  Queen Darlene Mills on the left and Surrey's Queen  Wendy Wahl on the right. '  Film Society opens season  The Kwahtahmoss Film Society's season will be extend-  : 'ed to accommodate 38 programs  for the 1974-1975 season which  will commence Wed., (Sept. 4  at 8 p.m. prompt at the Twilight Theatre, Gibsons. The  {first program . will consist of  two films, W.C. Fields in his  first talking picture, The Golf  Specialist, and a film rather  freely adapted from Evelyn  Waugh's noyel of the same  name, The, Loved One starring Jonathan Winters, Robert  Morse; arid, Rod .Steiger... -��  Like the book, ; T^he iijfved  One is a black comedy vyfiich  _x>kes fun at .the American  way of burial particularly as  it, is conducted at the Forest  Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  invited- the English director.  Tony Richardson, .fresh from  his phenomenally successful.  Tom Jones, to direct this film  wihich had been scripted, by  Terry -(Southern and Christopher Isherwood, and they poured millions of dollars into .this  lavish production. Neither the  studio bosses nor the critics,  however, took kindly to the  finished product, and the film  was soon withdrawn from commercial distribution.  Small roles are played by  ' many distinguished and' well-  known actors and personalities  such as Robert .Morley,. John  Geilgud, Margaret Leighton,  Milton Befle and Tab Hunter.  Liber^ce is particularly enjoyable as a smarmy ��� coffin  salesman. Rod' Steiger stars as  Mr. Joyboy, the chief embalm-  er, and Robert Morse as an  Englishman who arrives in  America and finds work in an  animal mortuary.  The second week's program  will be1 devoted to one of several films which the. Film Society is playing subsequent to  the screening at the International Film Festival at the Var-  siy Theatre in Vancouver. The  controversial epic Andrei Rub-  lev (banned until 1971 in the  U.S.S.R), of life in '15th century, Russia was ��� made in 1966  in the USISR. It'originally ran  over three hours, but has been  cut to two-and-a-half hours for  the Sept -1 show.-On 'Sept 18  "another film from the festival .  will be screened, this time a  . 1973 film from India, Siddhar-  tha, based on the nqVel by Nobel Prize winning' author and  poet Herman Hesse.  Subsequent programs include  films from Germany, Czeoho-  * Slovakia; France. Norway, 'Sweden, Japan, Australia, India  and the USSR, as well as films  from Great Britain and the  USA. The time span goes from  the 191_ German classic The  Cabinet  of  Dr.   Caligari;  Ru  dolph Valentino's last film Son  of the Sheik, to Visconti's lavish 1973 production Ludwig,  Oct 2 after a later German  classic M (A City in Search of  a Murderer) has played the  previous week, Sept. 25.  Among Hollywood films are  two which star Marlon' Brando,  ' A Steetcar Named Desire for  Oct 9 followed on Oct. 16 by  The Wild One: Other bookings  are Chloe' in the Afternoon,  The Battle of Algiers, La Bonne  Annee, Fantastic Planet, One  Day in the Life of Ivan Denes-  ovitch. Walkabout, Citizen  Kane. Smiles of a Summer  Night, Day for Night, Belle du  . Jour, Alexander Nevsky, The  Devils and The World of Apu,  wihich takes the society's program to the end of January.  Subsequent bookings have  been made for the original Of  'Human.pondage with Bette  Davis and Leslie Howard, and  Medea which stars Maria Cal-  " las" in. a ..non-singing.;role. 1'im  No Angel (Mae West) and The  /'Bank D_ck have also been confirmed as available . but- the  dates have yet to be set.  ,-..'.���'To avoid higher, film rentals, :ihe membership will again  foe limited to 199. Membership,  which remains at $3 for adults,  $i for,, senior citizens and stu-  ,, dents, entitles members, to admission-,to Film Society presentations at the Twilight The-  , atre's regular admission charges, $2 for adults, $1.50 for students. Members who are senior citizens are admitted to society presentations, for $1. Non-  member admission remains at  .$2.50.  The membership is expected  to be fully subscribed quickly.  Nearly 60 had.been sold before  mailings a week ago. Mail your  cheque or money order made  out to the Kwahtahmoss Film  Society to .secretary Joy Graham, R.R. 2, Sunshine Coast  Highway, Gibsons. If memberships are still available at the  (Sunshine Coast Fall Fair Sunday, adjacent to the Golf  Course in Roberts Creek, they  will be for sale at that time  and place  Crusade for  young folk  A Kids Crusade will be held  next week at Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernacle, Hwy 101 at  Martin Road. It will start every afternoon at 3:15, Monday  to Friday. All children age.; 5  to IE ae invited to attend.  There will be stories, contests,  prizes, singing and a special  guest, Mr. Who. If tranporfa-  tion is . needed phone the  church at 886-7107.  PUBLIC MEETING  Concerning people employed as  farm workers or domestic help  The Select Standing Committee on Labour and  Justice will be holding meetings around the pro-'  vince in October toiooie into the status of farm, ahd  domestic workers in British Columbia. Current la-  bour legislation such as the right to organize, the  right to worker's compensation and including farm  and domestic workers under the present Minimum  Wage Act will be discussed. ^  An 'announcement about the meeting in, your area  will be appearing in a few weeks.  Enquiries may be directed to:  Mr. Colin Gabelmann,  , Chairperson,  " Select Standing Coi-imittee orr  Labour and Justice  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, British Columbia.  ��V-*$^.w��k��.*'  ^Y**/?..'_Y  r*#��ir�������� e>��*<,  Ly^Y7^Yk^  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  ' 'r''"y'..  Notice of By-Election  Public Notice is hereby ^given to the electors of  the Miinicipality of Gibsons that  I* require the  presence  of the said electoHs Yat. the Municipal  Office, 1490 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. on  Monday, the 9th day of September, 1974  at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, for  the purpose of electing a person to represent  them as ALDERMAN for the iiriexpired term  ending December 31, 1975.  The mode of nomination of Candidates shall be as  follows:.  Candidates shall be nominated in writing  by two duly qualified electors of the municipality. The nomination-paper shall be delivered to  the Returning Officer at any time between  the date of this notice and noon of Monday, September 9, 1974. The nomination-paper may be in  the form prescribed in the Municipal Act, and  shall state the name, residence, and occupation of  the person nominated in such manner as to sufficiently identify such candidate. The nomination-  paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such  poll will be opened at the l!_?unicipal Office dn  Saturday, the 28th day of September, 1974, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., of  which every person is hereby required to take  notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand at Gibsons, B.C. this  23rd day of August, 1974.  J. W. Copland  Returning Officer 8     Coast News Aug. 28, 1974.  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SewYand  Knit Book-r-  has basic tissue pattern $1.25  instant Fashion Book ..'... $1.00'  instant Sewings Book/: Y ;$.1.00,  For all yonr Sewing  and l__itting Needs  Cook like a Chef with Veal  Your company meals can  look and taste like gourmet  fare winen you take advantage  of these recipes.  Knowing how to shop for  veal is important. This n>eat  has a characteristic white color because of the calves' strict  diet of milk or high-protein  calf meal. The best veal comes  from calves about three to  four months old.  Veal with Mushrooms  D% lbs veal  8 oz. mushrooms  4 oz. white wine  4 oz. bouillon  2-3 oz. heavy cream  II medium onion  % lemon  6 oz. butter  paprika,   pepper   and  salt   to  your own taste  Cut veal into small slices.  Flour the pieces. Heat butter  in frying plan. Add minced onion and 7 saute until golden.  Add meat and fry quickly. Put  the meat on a plate. rTo the  residue in the pan, add the  bouillon and white wine. Cook  this sauce to desired thickness.  Then add cream with lemon  juice and paprika. Season to  taste. . <    .  Saute mushrooms in butter.  Season the meat and add: to  sauce to heat again. Arrange  in serving dish and cover with  mushrooms. Serves 4.  Veal Birds  6 tbsp. butter  1 onion, finely chopped  %   cup   chopped   black   ripe  olives   v  2 pimentos*, diced  2 tbsp. seasoned bread crumbs  V\ tsp. salt  6  thin   veal  steaks,  pounded  %-ihch thick  1   (iliO oz.) can chicken broth  FAWK HOUSE  GIBSONS  Marine Drive  886-7525  I Log or s tyro floats  J order,  ga n g p 1 a n k 6  I wharves, anchors - Call|  |us for your requiremenl  Call BERT CARSON  7   886-2861  DISCOVER  fhe SUNSHINE COASI  through  K. CROSBY  '���������. Charles English Ltd.  886-2481 886-2098  Toll Free 687-6445  CARPETS  "see "���  KEN DeVRIES & SON LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Hiipay, Gibsons. ��� -886-7112  CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS  1 tbsp. lemon juice  1 tsp cornstarch , ,  Melt 2 tablespooris of butter  in large skillet/ Saute onion  until golden; add olives and  pimento. Stir in bread crumbs  and salt. Place stuffing on  each steak; roll and fasten  with toothpicks. Melt remaining butter in skillet Brown  veal rolls 2-�� minutes oh each'  sideY Add chicken 'broth and  lemon juice; reduce heat; sim-,  mer 10-15 minutes.. Dissolve  cornstarch in small amount of  water; stir into skillet. Cook,  stirring constantly, until .  slightly thickened. Veal birds  may be prepared ahead of  time and browned" and cooked  just before serving. Thin pork  chops could be substituted  Save clippings  Don't remove all leaves and  grass clippings from your vegetable garden, says Consumers'  Association of Canada. On the  contrary, leaves and grass,  clippings can be useful ��� 'as . a  mulch between rows of vegetables to reduce weeding and  conserve moisture. Layers of  old newspapers covered -with  leaves and grass clippings are...  particularly effective. These  materials help maintain the  organic matter content of the  soil.  The. British Columbia Lands  (Service now is issuing a~ new  provincial wall map, the fifth  edition since the map was first  published  in ,1912.   The   H974  edition is in two sections on  the same" scale of 1/1)000,000  which was first adopted' for  tbe second edition published in  193_.  ��� B.R. McMinm, Chief of the  Lands Service Map Production Division, said there were  major revisions in the 1974  map. These included the conversion of all mountain elevations into metres; the location  of new highways and northern  extensions ,of the British Columbia Railway to Fort Nelson  apd Dease Lake; depiction of  new water reservoirs formed  and forming on the Peace River and Columbia River systems; and the identification of  new parks, including * those in  the northern part of the ^province, v  In addition, the new map  has an insert showing the Yukon Territory "with the Mackenzie Highway leading from  Alberta to Inuvik. The map  sections are bordered with  copies of provincial - municipal  seals. *   '       -  WANT SOMETHING DONE?  You'll find fhe help yon need  in the Directory  The two sections which have. ..  a combined dimension of approximately 4 by 5 feet, may *  be obtained <by applying to the  Director of Surveys and Mapping Branch, British Columbia  Lands (Service, Legislative  Buildings, Victoria, B.C. The  purchase price is $4-00 for the  two sections which should' be  ordered as Map Number 1A.    .  WANT��  Used -font-tare or what  have yon 7  AL'S USD FURHIM-  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons ��� 886-2812  .- < - * -1  v  Peninsula Hotel  CABARET  SATURDAY Aug.31  LIVE MUSIC  Pina will be awaffable  Phone 886-2472 FOR RESERVATIONS  \     r  r  ��!.*���'  a lot longer.  Some people think the whole idea of a long  weekend is to make it last... and last... andlast. -  To stretch it out and squeeze in every extra minute  they can. ���    '  So, the^postpone the trip home until the last  possible moment. Then, to make up forfost time,'they  driye too fast and take all kinds of unnecessary  chances. Chances that could cost thejn their lives.  - :.   Doii't be like the people who play the waiting  game. Leave afewhours.early this weekend. Itll  make your drive home alot more pleasant.  Anda/lot safer!  GOOD DRIVING.  MAKE IT A WAY OF LIFE.  MOTOR VEHICLE BRANCH  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATIONS  I jmOVINCE OF.BUnfH COUMMA ���vvsisasasawR-  FINDING A ~PAIR of steel-toed safety shoes is no taiotuibl-l for  this salesman and his customer. The only problem is. choosing  from the variety of styles, all of which meet protecl^e requSiiije-'  ments of the Workers' Compensation Board.  Overflow of  garbage noted  The Sechelt District  Chamber of Commerce suggested by  i _  letter to Sechelt Council  that the unsightly garbage receptacles in the business area  of the village be replaced by  ones more sightly. Council a-  greed the present receptacles  are not eye appealing when  they overflow with refuse.1  Mayor Harold 'Nelson noted' it  was not because the receptacles are not emptied frequently but because other people  besides tourists fill them up.  A motion by Alderman Booth  that next years budget contain  $500 for new refuse receptacles  was carried unanimously.  No fetter, chamber says  At the Aug. 21 meeting of  Sechelt. Council a letter from  the Sechelt District Chamber  of Commerce was read but  which explains why Chamber  members had not attented an  earlier scheduled meeting regarding sewage problems. -The  letter, addressed to Village  Clerk  Neil   Sutherland  reads:  ���A breakdown in communication between the village and ,  the chamber lias resulted in a  false impression of. the chamber's willingness and readiness  to discuss a local sewage problem, being circulated toy the  Coast News, August 7th issue,  page three.      *  'A large heading ISechelt  chamber not ready' followed  by derogatory remarks and a  direct quote of a letter allegedly written to the chamber  by the Village of Sechelt.  'This letter was not received  by the Chamber, this is why  chamber officials failed to  , show up.  'We would like to reiterate  that we would be very glad  to sit down with Council and  discuss the problems.of sewage  and-'many other local problems  at any time, but please send  usa letter giving us the time  and place. . We shall be only  glad to attend.'  COAST HEWS WANT ADS  DEADLINE, TUESDAY NOON  Phone 886-2622  Driving This Weekend?  God?s Care  Is With Tou  Consider     Christ    Jesus'  great    commandment    this  weekend:  'Love thy neighbour   as   thyself.! 7It   just  might help you Tfihd peace  and safety oh the highway.  Broadcast this Sunday over  many     stations     including  CJVB, 1470 kcs. at 9:30 a.m.  The TRUTH   ;  that HEALS  '  A.  Christian   Science Radio  British Columbia is more than just your Province.  See it thisYear.  A land where waves pound down      r  on long beaches.  A land of deep green forests filled with fish  and game. And silence. /  A land of mountains that disappear  into the sea.  A land of clean cities and clear air.  A land of valleys full qi friendly faces  and warm handshakes. A land where  fresh fruit ripens in warm summer sun.  A land of highways  and backroads that beckon.  A land where history still lives with  today's way of life. .:,  A land that offers to those fortunate enough '  to live here, the qualities of life that /  tourists travel miles to experience.  In a world that's being civilized out of if8  senses, come back to yours tills summet  Take the time to look around you.  At a land to love. To be part of.  To be proud of..  Your land... British Columbia.  (a  H  For more travel information, visit any British Columbia Infoipiation Centre, or write  British Columbia Department of Travel Industry 1019 Wharf Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W2Z2  Board suggests  school expansion  At the Aug. 15 meeting of  the school board a motion out-,  lined recommendations of the  building and grounds.committee toe placed before' the Department of. Education School  Building and. Review "Team.  The recommendations were: 7  - construction of a ..junipr  secondary school with an operating capacity of 322 students.  - addition to the (Sechelt E?r  ementary  activity   room. -  - addition of two classrooms  and  corridor area to Roberts  Creek Elementary school.  - addition of two classrooms,  corridor area and certain interior modifications at iPender  Harbor Secondary school.  - construction of covered  play area at Sechelt and Roberts Creek Ele m e n t a r y  schools.  THE  TRUTH   THAT   HEALS  On the Christian Science  Radio Series, 'The TRUTH  that HEALS', '' advertisedY iri .  The Coast News to-day, people  tell of God's care in their driving experiences.  Consideration and courtesy  for our fellow inan is the surest safeguard for safety on the  -highway. As God's image and  likeness we reflect these qualities naturally,' and without  effort because they are freely  given to us of God/  For ��� more information or .  free literature on Christian  Science please contact the Assistant Committee on Publication for the Sunshine Coast at  885-9778.  Your Best Value!  Choose from hundreds of custom colors in Breeze,  Monamel and General Paint best quality finishes.  .-ri*J����'�� J  WtltJt/1  ��� BREEZE i;  ���MONAMEL 7  ���GENERAL   f!W  GENERAL   PAINT  22-010  Monamel  INTERIOR  SEMI-GLOSS  WHITE  Paint with the best... Save your time and money!  LATEX INTERIOR FLAT  Applied as directed: one  coat covers most colors.  QUART $2.99  GAL.  INT. ENAMEL UNDERCOAT  INT. PRIMER SEALER  LATEX EGGSHELL  SEMI GLOSS LATEX  LATEX EXTERIOR FLAT  GAL.  QUART $3.29  ALKYD SEMI GLOSS . ALKYD  EGGSHELL ��� VELVET ALKYD  FLAT ��� HOUSE & TRIM PAINT  EXTERIOR PRIMERS ��� PORCH-  & FLOOR  GAL.  QUART $3.59  ACCENT COLORS SLIGHTLY HIGHER PRICED  ALSO: FULL LINE  OF WALL COVERINGS  FOR ALL YOUR PAINTING NEEDS I  G*NEWll paint  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  Phone:886-2642-886-7833  GP-4-f74  LTD MACK SKINNER  Mack Skinner of Sydney,  Nova Scotia was elected .54th  National President of The Association of Kinsmen Clubs  during the organization's Annual Convention.  Skinner succeeds George  Irving of Cambridge, Ontario  as President and official  spokesman for this all Canar  dian young men's service organization. Much of the Kinsmen's chief Executive's time  will be spent travelling  throughout the eight Kinsmen  Districts and meeting the leadr  ers of the approximately.. 500  Kinsmen Clubs across Canada.  10 Coast News, Aug 28, 1974.  IN COURT  Raymond Mair appeared before Magistrate J.S. Johnson  August 22 and .pleaded guilty  to charges oi1 impaired driving  and refusing to take a 'breathalyser test. Mr.:Mair confessed  that he was guilty as charged  but explained to the judge  that there was a good Treason  for driving his car on the (Pender Harbor school grounds  where ROMP spotted' him. He  had been to a party and since  he could not contact his wife  for a ride home he decided to  park his car on the school  grounds under a lamp and  then call his wife again. Judge  Johnson felt that under the  influence of alcohol Mr. Mair  should not be driving his car  at all. He was fined $450 and  prohibited from driving for.  one month. 7.  Sarah Nelson was fined $200  or one month-jail and prohibited from driving for three  months as she pleaded guilty  to operating a motor vehicle  . with a blood-alcohol level of  .21. ROMP reported . she ��� lost  control of'her car while driving in Gibsons and, ended up  in a ditch on June 29.  Clyde Jeffries and Marvin  John appeared on charges of  mischief and wilfully damaging private.property. The two  caused damage jin excess of  $50 to a 1967 Plymouth belonging to Daniel Quinn on  August 17 in Sechelt. Jeffries  entered a plea of not guility  and was remanded to Oct,  3.  Marvin   John   pleaded   guilty  and 'will be sentenced on Oct..  Walter Dempster pleaded  guilty to three charges arising  during one evening. He was  fined $300 J!or impaired driving and suspended' from driving one year, $150 for- refusing to take a breathalizer, and  placed on two years probation  for theft of auto.  Two juvenile boys were  each given one year probation  when they admitted breaking  the Super-Valu   sign  Learn to Fly  ELPHINSTONE AERO CLUB  WILL SPONSOR  A FLYING SCHOOL  at the Gibsons-Sechelt Airport this  PLEASE PHONE:  Lome Wolverton  Herb Clapham  ft  886-2826  886-2216 (Bus.)  886-7095 (Res.)  It is still possible to buy your own house at  a reasonable price if you consider the terms  offered under the program of  CO-OPERATIVE HOUSING  If you are interested in buying, or in building  your own house, or suite in an apartment, to be built  under the Co-operative Housing Program, then phone  for further information: 886-7626 between hours 9 a.m.  to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Saturdays, or write to P.O. Box  643, Gibsons, B.C.  Presently, a group is formed in the Gibsons-Sechelt  area.and plans are prepared to start building in the  near future in both communities.        Y  '���\������������'���';    ���-���  -._. , ;     ���'.;  What is a Housing Co-operative?  It is a group of people who have incorporated under  the Co-operatives Act in British Columbia for the  purpose of owning and controlling the property and  buildings of a housing development.  What are the main advantages of  Co-operative Housing?  ��� you will enjoy high quality housing at >  significantly lower cost.  ��� you can qualify for the $1,000 Home Acquisition  Grant and will .enjoy the $200 annual Home  Owner's Grant.  ��� you do not pay any real-estate commission fees.  Ford Whycliffe Perry pleaded guilty to driving with a  blood-alcohol    level    of   over  .08%. He was fined $450, or one  month, jail and his drivers license was suspended three  months.  T_arry Fortney pleaded guilty to driving with over .08%.  He was fined $450 or one  month and his license suspended for one month.  Daniel Shepphard pleaded  guilty to not having his drivers insurance certificate. The  fine was $250.  TREVOR NEATE  LICENSED DENTAL MECHANIC -  has returned from Vacation  FOR. COMPLETE DENTURE SERVICE  202 Marine Block, 1571 Marine Drive, Gibsons  Phone 886-2712  Unconscionable  Practices:  Illegal tricks of the trade.  Unconscionable business practices became  illegal in British Columbia after July 5,1974 when  the Trade Practices Act became law.  Ingredients of an  Unconscionable Practice.  Take one  shabby, high pressure  transaction,  combine it  with one  unsuspecting  consumer and  you've got an  unconscionable practice. It's not a difficult situation to create  and it does happen.  _ *   Whether or not a practice is unconscionable  must be decided by the courts who can fine the  business in question and rule the transaction  "unenforceable.  Examples of Unconscionable  Practices.  It never was fair and now it's illegal, under  the Trade Practices Act. to take advantage of  consumers because of their age, infirmity, illiteracy  or their inability to understand English. When this type  of situation occurs it's called an unconscionable  practice.  Some door to door sales can also be unfair.  Fast talking, persuasive salespersons convince  consumers they're getting a real bargain. If the  consumer had known the price was so excessively  high the transaction would never have taken place.  Again you have an unconscionable practice.  Salespersons who draw consumers into a  deal knowing that the person can't keep up payments  are engaging in an unconscionable act. When  payments aren't met the unscrupulous merchant  moves in to claim the merchandise and any of the ,  consumer's goods signed over as collateral. The  consumer ends up with nothing ��� just what the  salesperson had iii mind all along.  We've given you just a few examples,  unfortunately there are many more.  Who can help you?  The Department of Consumer Services  administers the Trade Practices Act and its director  handles consumer complaints and investigates  possible wrongdoings.  Service Centres, staffed by researchers,  investigators and counsellors will be opened in  Victoria, Vancouver, Kamloops and Prince George.  Watch your newspaper for announcements of their  openings. ���    s  Throwing a little light on  shady deals.  .-    ��� \ ' *  The Trade Practices Act was designed not )  only to halt unfair business practices but tp give  consumers new rights to protect themselves from '.  being taken in on a business transaction.  By now you'll probably want to know more  about the Trade Practices Act and what it does for  you ��� that's why we've prepared informative Trade  Practices Act brochures, one for consumers, one for  business. For your copy write the Community  Information Officer, Department of Consumer  Services, Parliament Buildings, Victoria and please  specify which brochure you"want.  ��� Help yourself to a fair deal. With the Trade  Practices Act .you've got what it takes.  tST^gnm  British Columbia Department of  CONSUMER SERVICES  The Honourable Phyllis Young, Minister ACCOUNTANTS  CLEANERS  W. PHILIP GORDON  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Boom 208, Harris Block  > . Gibsons -. .,  Ph. Bus. 886-2714; Res. 886-7567  AUTOMOTIVE  SERVICES  MEED TIRES?;,  . Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  ��� at the S-BENDS on  . Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  AUTOMOTIVE - PARTS  SALES and SERVICE  ��� Rotor ' Lather service for  Disc brakes and Drum  Brakes.  ��� Valve and Seat Grinding  ALL MAKES SERVICED  DATSUN SPECIALISES  AL JAMIESON  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Gibsons     Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  GIBSONS Branch-Ph. 886-2301  SECHELT Branch-Ph. 885-2201  HOURS  Gibsons: Mon. - Thurs.  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  Fri, 10 a.m. -, 6.p.m.-   ���  Sechelt: Tues. - Thurs. V  10 a.m. r. 3 p.m.  Fri, 10 a.m. - eP p.m.     .,*:-  Sat., 10 ajn. - 3 p.m  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GUWONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD. y  LUMBER PLYWOOD  CONCRETE PRODUCTS  READY BOX CONCRETE  Phone 886-2642  "A complete bnlltling service"  TW1H CREff lUMBR  4 BUILDIHG SlffPUBLM.  Everything for your building  needs. ���'���'-��� ���'���  Free Estimates  Gibsohs Sechelt  886-2291-2 885-2288-9  I-HSWAJtSOHLTD.  READY-MIX CONC-tETE  Sand and-Gravel   '  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Porpoise Bay Road  885-9666, Box 172, Seohelt, B.C.  WWOSOR PLYWOOD  (THE PLYWOOD PEOPLE)  Construction Plywood  Fancy Panels  Doors,   Bifolds,   Insulation  Sidings'/.  . and  all accessories  .  ��� *".-     Delivery  Highway 101,. Gibsons  Phone 886-9221  BULLDOZPJG, BACH-HOB  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  -  Got ernment .Approved  v Tree Estimates   7  Excavations ��� Drainage  Waterlines, etc.  Ph. 886-9579, Roberts Creek.  ARG05HHK  We Clean Carpets,  Chesterfields, etc.  No- Soap Buildup  Stay Clean Longer  FREE ESfTIMATES  TOM SINCLAIR  Box 294, Sechelt  Phone 885-93.7  12 - 1. car after 5 p.m.  CONSTRUCTION  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPUES  (1971) LTD.  ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  .   REA-OY-MIX  CONORETE - GCRAVEL  WESTWOOD HC_V.ES  GENERA-.  PAINT  886-2642 886-7833  Highway 101 - Gibsons  SICOTTE BULLDOZING LTD.  * LAND CLEARING  * ROAD BUILDING  Phone 886-2357  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  Clearing ��� Landscaping  Backhoe Work  Phone 886-9824  R.R. 2 Gibsons  SHOAL MVaOPMEKT LTD.  Septic  _��____ ---^DitdiingT  Excavating - Land G_earing  Road Building  Gravel & Fill 7  X'886-E83Q  CABINET MAKING  0CIAH5IDE FURNITUM  Hardwood Specialist*  Custom Designed Furniture  Kitchen and Bathroom  Cabinetry     >  Remodelling  Y R. EE8KIN  Beach Ave.. Roberts Creek  7    Phone 885-3417  STUCCO  NEW OR OLD HOUSES  MASONRY  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  .FRANK: FRITSCH  886-9505, Box 522,  Gibsons j  ,      SOUND CONST.  Coastal and Island  Contracting for  Seawalls, Boathouses, etc.  G. Wallinder .      886-93Q7  MORRIFS CONOEll  Driveways - Walks  Placing & T_u_shii_g  ^    Floors - Patios.- Stairs  Box 884, Sechelt, Ph. 885-9413  FREE ESTIMATES  TURBINE BROS.  CEMENT   CONTRACTOR  Foundations,  Floors, Driveways,  '  Sidewalks,  Patios.  7 ������,������- R-R- 1, Gibsons :  ���.  Phone 886-9977 or 886-7022  JAUCA CONSTRUaiON  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  New Construction  and  Remodelling  -haw Roa_:;7   .    ,7      Gibsons  Y Y: Y    Y��86t7668: .v   ,    ����� ���  CHAIN  SAWS       7 .'"    TT-  YOUR  SKHELT CHAIN SAW CEJTTM  .-,LTDY.  SALES & SERVICE  Chain Saws ��� Outboards  Boats ��� Marine Supplies  Sechelt : 885-9626  DRY CLEANERS ~  1 HR.  COIN-OP DRTCLEANBtt  SAVES TIME ft MONEY  Sunnycrest Plasm  next to: Royal Bank  886-2231  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SffiVfCES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  886-2938                  885-9973  . When renovating or  spring cleaning  Call ns for your disiwsal needs  Commercial containers -  .   ���   ..���   available   ELECTRICIANS     \ "  Phone 886-7605  Box 660 Gibsons  "POWER  TO THE  PEOPLE''  SIM ELECTRIC LM.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2062  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting & Engineering  Residential - Commercial  Wiring  Phone 886-7816  HEATING  SECHET HEATING  FREE ESTIMATES 7  Gas; Oil and Electric Furnaces  Phone 885-2466  7 ��� 77    Box 726, -Sechelt. ;��� ���" 7 ���  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to the   .  Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERm  Specialists in Cleaning  Floor Waxing, Spray  Buffing. Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone  886-7-31,  Gibsons  MACBCfNE SHOP  L  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHIKE SHOP  & MARINE SB.VKE Ud.  Arc & Acty Welding   -.-,  Machine Shop  Steel Fabricating  Automotive - Marine Repair  Marine Ways  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721   Y  Res. 886-9956  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES &  SERVICE  Hot Water Heating  Building & Alterations  Davis Bay Rd., RR. 1,  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2116  MARINE SERVICES  PAZCO FIBREGUSSING  Complete Marinev& Industrial  Repairs  14 & 16 ft. Canoes  6?_, 8, 10 and 17% Runabodts  Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES  Ph. 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSIT UL  Household Moving & Storage  Complete Packing  , Packing. Materials for Sale  .  , Member Allied Van lines  Phone 886-2664 - RR. 1, Gibsons  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Highway  Shrubs,   Fruit   Trees,   Plants  Landscaping,    Pruning   Trees  Peat Moss & Fertilizer  Licensed for Pesticide Spraying  Phone 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS  WEDNESDAY  FOR AFPO-_NT__ENTS  686-2248  SECHELT MONDAYS  Phone 885-9712  PAINTING  A B C GENERAL PAINTING  Spray, brush or roll  Phone 886-2512  G&E PLUMBING  & HEATING LTD.  Certified Plumber,  Box 165 Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-7638  New installations, renovations,  . v repairs, hot waterheating,  sewer clearance pump repairs  & installations. Duet work.  24 HOUR SERVICE  Domestic Commercial  Industrial  PENINSULA PLUMBING  CONTRACTING  Sechelt Highwav & Pratt Rd.  TPort^Mellon��� Pender Harbour  Y^2YYYB_ree: Estimates  Phone 886-9533  - Ray Coates ��� 886-7872  SEASIM PLUMBING LTD.  PLUMBING ��� P-PEFTTTING  STEAMFITTING  HOT WATER HEATING  886-7017  All work Guaranteed  REFRIGERATION  J0WI HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION *  MAJOR APPLIANCE  SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used   Refrigerators   for   Sale  Phone 886-2231  From 9 a_ri. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949   JOHN HARRISON  REFRIGERATION  and Appliance Servicing  also < used appliances for sale  PRATT ROAD, GIBSONS  Phone 886-9959  RETAIL STORES   C       4       S  HARDWARE  4  APPLIANCES  '     Sechelt ��� 885-9713  KAN - DO  P  Painting, staining,  stained doors & bifolds.  "All work guaranteed"  Interior and exterior.  Evenings: Ken    - 885-2734  ^        -7     Herb - 88548936  ;Pb.77?6x7943*,   Sechelt,   B.C.  :pAi^jGy::y:r:';\':'������;;  PAVING FROM DRIVEWAYS  TO HIGHWAYS  Highways, Parking Areas  Driveways, Crushed Gravel  Equipment Rentals  Main Office  Box 95, Powell River. 4S5-61>18  Branch Office:  Sechelt. Ph. 885^2343.  9:30 to 3:30 pm.  MRS BS.  CARD AND GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road, Sechelt  P.O. Box 213 Ph. 885-9066  Courts-Hallmark Cards &  wrappings; Gifts, Picture  Puzzles; English bone china  cups, saucers, etc.  Boutique   Items  Local Artists' Paintings  SEWING MACHINES  NOTIONS, etc.  REPAIRS AND SERVICE  TO ALL MAKES  FABRIC HOUSE  Marine Drive  Gibsons 886-7525  Concrete     Form     Rentals  for all types of basements  Complete instuctions  provided  Please Contact  HSR form ranis  (Rental Shop, Davis Bay)  Phone 885-2612  Eves.   885-2359  ROOFING  STAN HILSTAD ROOFING  DURODJ, SHAKES  OR REROOFING  R.R.  1, Port Mellon. Highway  Gibsons Y Phone 886-2923  GENERAL ROOFING  All types, roofing, rerooflng  and'  repairs.  Guaranteed Workmanship    ,  Phone 8-5-9091  Box 948,��Sechelt  SURVEYORS ' .  ROBERT W. ALLEN ���  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  , Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St. Box 607  Sechelt B. C.  Office 885-2625 Res.  885-9581  LAND SURVEYING  MY &WAMAU  SURVEYS  1525 Robaon St.  Vancouver 5 Ph. 681-9142  Zenith 6430  Sechelt 885-2332  T.V. J. RADIO   .  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE LID  ADMIRAL -ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver - Ed Nicholson  *iJN THE HEART OF  DOWNTOWN SEOHELT."  Box 799, Sechelt  Phone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  J & C ELECTRONICS  Philco-Ford Sales & Service  ��� We service all brands ���  885-2568  Marine  Electronics  Sechelt  wvas'TV  Service Depot for  '   PHILIPS ��� ZENITH  R.C.A. - ADMIRAL  FLEETWOOD DEALER  MASTERCHARGE  Phone 886-2280  TRAILER  PARK  SUNSHINE COAHTT-AifR PARI  1 Mile West of Gibsons, EQway  Laundromat  Extra Large Lots  and Recreation Area  Parklike Setting  Phone 886-9826  TRANSPORT ���������^==���  DOUBLE R  TRUCKING LTD.  EXCAVATING ��� SAND  GRAVEL ��� FILL  v    Phone 886-7109  TREE TOPPING  EATONSBUY  CALL 886-7515  Gibsons B.C.  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD  Marv  Volen,   Phone  886-9597  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs for Vitaw  Top tall trees adjacent to  building.  Horoscope for the next week  By TRENT VARRO  ARIES - March 21 - April 20  You can, learn- a great deal if  you'll listen to the 'right people.' You probably won't, but  > the.doors are open now to profit by studying the experiences  of persons that have been  'through the milL'  TAURUS - April 21 - May 21  The position of the planets  now will tend to increase your  importance in the eyes of the  world. If you make the mistake of stressing your 'rights'  you'll only make trouble.. Take  things as they are.  GEMINI - May 22 - June 21  Benefits in the zodiac are acting strongly now for Gemini  persons. You will probably  find that these benefits come  immediately   and   in   a   very  concrete formT Don't spend  foolishly!  CANCER - June 22 - July 22  Don't 'put the cart before the  horse' There's an indication  that you will tend to do the  wrong things first. This will .  only make a lo morS work for  you later on. Otherwise, your  .chart is good:   .  LEO ���������-  July  23  - August  23  A remarkable change in ypur-  future is building up. This  'change' is definitely for the  better, it may take a little  time for you to see this. Others  will see it before you .do.  VIRGO - August 24 - Sept. 22  The planets are in your favor  right now- This can bring. you  untold gain in many walks of -  life. ATrnost serene outlook on  life faces you- how. Sit back,  and enjoy it to the utmost  LIBRA   -  Sept.  23  -   Oct. 23  The chart >forLibra somewhat  resembles7 the outlook for Aries this week. The only adverse aspect'*lias to do with  Saturn .drifting slowly back  into Aries. Activities may be  slowed-up considerably.  SCORPIO - Oct. 24 - Nov. 22  Take a good long look at what  you have accomplished in the  past and see if there isn't some  'way you can improve your -  .life. The planets are with you  now giving Ygreat support to  worthwhile ventures.  SAGITTARIUS Nov 23, Dec 21  Some VERY surprising developments are due shortly. You  have worked long and hard  for something, and now is  when your rewards are due. .  This will take a variety of  forms, depending on the year  of your 'birth.  CAPRICORN - Dec.22 - JanJSO  The upsetting action of Mars  in opposition to your sun sign  has gone now. The _iew starts' ,  that you have-probably made  by now should be working out  very" well indeed.  AQUARIUS - Jan. 21 - Feb. 18  ���Communications may be a little 'fouled up' still, but your  horoscope chart looks a lot  better than it did a-week ago.  Use the wisdom that you've *  . gained in the past to smootjh  things out.  PISCES - Feb.  19 - Mar. 20  You may be faced with much  added responsibility at this  time but it's a wonderful time  to 'better . yourself.' News  from afar may change the entire course of your life.  Copyright 1974 by Trent Varro  All rights reserved.  ��  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estate of Evelyn Louise BEGG .  deceased, late of Gibsons, B.C.  Creditors and others having,  claims against the said estate  are  herehy required  to  send  them   duly   verified,   to   48118  Beatrice St.,  Vancouver,  B_C.  before the (19th day of September, 1974, after, which date .-  the assets of the said EstJate  will ibe distributed, having re- ���  gard only to claims that have  been received.  July 31, Aug., 7, 28. 12 Coast News Aug. 28, 1974.  or  dp-if-pilrself  Gibsons U.C.W. Thrift Shop  offers possibilities for everyone to recycle and save. Something hew from .something old!  Make a oar. coat from a long  coat, a party dress into pretty  curtains, little girl's dressup  or a 7Hallowee'n costume, old  style jeans for gardening. Sew  quilts, cushions, pot holders,  soap mitts from print dresses.  Men's old style trousers:  make good painting and fishing pants. Braid or hook a rug  from an old coat. Good selection of books for winter read-*  ing. Come in and browse  around.  Just to let you know that  we will soon have sets of  glasses without decanters  as you requested. Different sizes, shapes and colors. Miss Bee', Sechelt.  Books in Library  GIBSONS  New adult fiction:  The Levanter ;by Eric Ambler.  Over the Mountains by feam- .  ela Frankau.       '  The Leader by- Gillian Free-  man  Darker thari Amber by John  D*. MacDonald. /  The Wandering Prince by.  Jean Plaidy. .  ,   The Sultans byV'Ghristine -de 7  Rivoyre        ��� yy:-,'.x '������7 _ 7.-/7.  Jean in the Morning by Janet  Sandison '���'. '.  'Y  ; '777  The Prison by Georges Sim-  :'enon.    .' ' '--77 .v .���  Non-Fiction: _  Biography i. Conviction (by Janet E. Lemme. - '7.7- -  Miscellaneous: Dusters and.  Gushersi hy Pitt Publishing'  ..   One winner  A Sunshine Coast resident,  Diane F. 'Silyey of Egnjont, has  earned an -honorable mention  at the PNE for her crochet entry in the home arts, craft and  hobby show.  Trower poems in new book  MUHT5R  "First this tranquilizer. Then we'll discuss all the things I  found your car needs done to it.'*  Hospital salaries outlined  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, GIBSONS  BiNao  Commences Monday. Jepl. 9 f  8 p.m.  Cost-of-living ��� adjustments  . 'plus negotiated increments  may increase the earnings of  British Columbia hospital work  ers by 40 percent in less than  two years.   Y  The B.C. Association of Hospitals and Health Organizations has reviewed highlights  of economics clauses in the  collective, agreement between  member hospitals and Local  180. Hospital Employees' Union. It took the step to prove  to the piihlic that it is*'-..not  "anti-employee," which has  been alleged by a HEU spokesman.,  ���. .7 7-7;:-'...7Y'.  The figure of7-40 percent was  derived   by   compounding  the  /  IMPORTANT NOTICE  l*-_?��ta.  ACT  All persons should be aware that as a result of changes by Order"  in Council, No. 2676 August 15; 1974 the Regulations of the  Litter Act of British Columbia now require that:  1 As of November 1, 197,4, the refund/payable by sellers of carbonated  beverages, or drinks, When the empty container (bottle, can, etc.). js  delivered up by the purchaser to the seller, is increased from 20per  containe.r.to 50 per container of 16 fluid ounce capacity or less, and.100  for containers of more than 16 but less than 40 fluid ounce capacity.  2 Metal containers so designed and constructed that any, part of the  container is detached in opening the container without the aid of ai  can-opener are exempted from the increase in refund, and wijl continue to  "be refundable at 20 per container, (commonly referred to as Yzip^top''/  "pop-top" etc). '   7 ..'''" '���'��� y'vy"^  3 As of November 1,1974 no person shall sell, for the purpose of resale, any  beer, ale, cider ^ carbonated beverages or drinks, in metal containers so  designed and constructed that any part of trTe container is detached in  '.'.. opening the container,without the aid of a can-opener.       7  (e.g. ��� no wholesaler shall sell to a retailer).  4 As of January ,1,1975 no person shall sell any beer, ale, cider, carbonated  beverages, or drinks in metal cpntainers so designed and constructed that  any part of the container is detached in opening the container without the  aid of a can-opener.  (e.g. ��� no retailer shall sell to a consumer)..  Any inquiries regarding the Litter Act and Regulations may be  directed to:  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES  WATER RESOURCES SERVICE  POLLUTION CONTROL BRANCH, VICTORIA, B.C.  effect of wage increases .. that  were applied last January 1, a  cost-of-living adjustment of- S  percent that will be applied  iSept. 1, another wage increase  next January 3 and subsequent  cost-of-living allowances at  six-month intervals. "  The result is that a cook  now earning $937 per nipnth  will rise to $1,062 per month  in just, over one year from  now, assuming that cost-of-  living adjustmexits are on the  scale ofr 5 percent for? eacih six-  month reference period;  The association said,the increases in the salaries and wages of hospital workers have  been startling ini recent years  and.^here isr good/ reason to  wonder how ^much longer the  economy "will be able to tolerate such examples of inflation.  A case in point; s_ud the association, is that of a dietary  maid. iPrior to November -1973,  the WgheM-tTwage inthat category was $493 a month.  ;;  Health Minister Dennis Cocke  in late 1973 ordered ahi immediate   and  retroactive adjustment to end maler-emale discrimination among earnings of  hospital workers. That ;adjtist^  ment plus an .< iricreaser. of 12  percent ttiat went into effect  January I this year brought the ,  monthly wage of the maid to  $638. A 5 percent Cost-of-living  allowance to be  applied next-  month will bring it to $670. 7 ���  Next January  1, the beginning   of   the   second,  year: pf Y.  HEU's two-year Contract With  hospitals, will see another $60  applied to the maid% monthly  wages. By April 1, 1975, a cost-,  of-living    allowance   will    be  7 applied and, if tlnJs; is 5 pelr-  cent, the earnings will further  escalat^ to $733.  >    7  Next September 1, the maid  will be eligible; for another  cost-of-living aUbwance. ������;���'���  Y      '  In summary, this; is. what has  been happening to the wages  of the 114;000 HEU memlbers in  , B.C.,: they went up 1- percent  last January i;. and will increase another 5 percent under  (CK-XLA on Sept. 1. The negotiated increase of 8 percent or  $60 per month (whichever, is  less) will apply to the aggregated increases next Jan. 1.  On top of that, there will be  two COLA adjustments next  year, April 1 and Sept. 1, and  if each is in the order of _ per?  cent, there would have been a  compounded wage increase of  ' 40 percent' in less than twoi  years.'  "��� 'It must be remembered that  such cost-of-living allowances  willl provide a higher base on ���  which the Hospital Employees >  Union will negotiate a new contract applicable in 1976,"' said  the association.  "The provincial government  has budgetted about $380 million for the costs of general  hospitals this year," added the  association. "Approximately  $250 million' of that will be  for.; the wagey salariesl and  other benefits of employees."  The association said the escalation o_ ���:.-'���hoapitajk tcfosts  -hould be a deep concern to  every citizen because the economy may soon be reaching a  point where its elasticity is  exhausted.  Pete Trower has a new book  of poetry out. Between the  Sky and the Splinters, is a collection of Pete's logging poems  and for anyone- with a feeling  for the coast and the logging  industry which is its lifeblood  or a taste for some fine poetry  the book is a must.  '    This   man   has   been   there.  Music machine  drawing card  With renewed interest these  days in the older values off  yesteryear, a display entitled  Nostalgic Music Machines is  certain to be a popular feature  of the H974 Pacific Exhibition  As the name might imply,  Nostalgic Music Machines is a  unique collection of antique  mechanical machines ranging  from the small music boxes to  the massive  Orchestrion.  The collection was assembled by Doyle H. Lane of the  Player Piano Centre and Museum of Vancouver. Lane has,  for the past 10 years, searched the world over for such  machines, and has restored  them to their original working  order.  (The largest automatic music  machine in the collection is the  recently   restored Orchestrion.  It is literally-a self-play ing  orchestra containing a variety  of instruments such as a xylophone, drums,, cymbals, piano  and all of 341 organ pipes.  This particular Orchestrion  was once owned by Mr. Packard of automaking fame, anjd  is valued at $25,000-plus.  This is-no colored television  marshmallow rendition of the  weisl: coast. It's a macMnawed  shout of a book; a gutsy, authentic four of the battle-linea  in a trade which as Pete says,  "can be very like a war."  West Coasters , and loggers  will' like., the Ibopk. _4ke the  ��� peasant farmers ��� of '" Scotland  200 years ago. they have found  a spokesman and he is one of  their awn. Like Robert Burns,  Pete Trower 'is man of the  people'. These poems <were born  of 20 years as a logger on this  mountainous coast-  But the literary 'merit of  Pete's work should not be ignored while praising his authenticity. The man can write  and write well. The best of  these poems can take their  place" honorably alongside some  of the best in the language.  They range from the title  ' poem, a litany-like overview  of 20 years as a logger to the  last wryly, philosophic poem  The Alders. In betwleen there  are, portraits of memorable  characters such as Granddaddy  Tough and Bill, the paranoiac  sky-hanger; the evocation of  the logger spirit in A Mountain " Marches. Through Me  Time* and Over; the nostalgic  melancholy of Loggers Rain.  Arid others, splendid others.  The poems are grand. The  book is attractive; and Trower I  has included a glossary of logging terms at the back which  is an education in logging in  ; itself/It is a book to be proud  of and to buy. It is available  wherever books are sold on the  SUrishine , Qpast. Congratulations, < Mr. v Trower. ���-, John  Burnside        ' -< "*"  -      }\ " ."  'I  \   .*  '  ?'  Just ask Darnel  lor  about Westwood  Homes.  When the Taylor family was planning a new  home, they looked at the work of several builders.  And, in the end; they decided to take their ideas  to Westwood Homes.'..;'���_ 7       ��� y Y;   77Y j<yy  It was a wise choice. Because at Westwood we  off er a complete home-building service. We  cah help you every step of the way-^froin turning  your ideas into practical plans, through the/7  actual construction to finished product. We can     v  even help you arrange financing. Y 777.;  And you'll be assured of a quality home, built  from the finest kiln-dried materials, at a reasonable  __, ..' '.. 7    -.."-��� - '��� ���    - ' h '������''"��� - "��� '��� ������   ir':"-' '���������<K  COSt. -Y: -Y. ���': ������ 77;  So, when you're thinking of a new home, take  a tip from the Taylors. , ':'S-,y  Shop around.  Then talk to your  Westwood dealer.  BUILDING SYSTEMS UD.

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