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 provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C��  '  Task force reports  on resource layout  Printed and Publifhed at Gibsons, B.C  10c per copy  Voiume! 27       Number _1, July 31, 1974.  Derrick Humphries, chairman of the North Shore, Sqa-  mish - Pemberton, Sunshine  Coast Regional Human Resources task force has recommended a division of the region into Community Resource  Boards. Six areas, .following  natural geographic and local  boundaries, have been proposed and submitted to the minister, Hon. Norman Levi, for  approval. The recommended  areas are:  Seymour-Lynn' Valley, population 45,000. May split into  two areas.  Lonsdale,  population 30,000.  Highlands - Norgate, population 30,000.  West Vancouver, Lions Bay  and Bowen Island, population  40,000.  iSauamish - Pemberton population 13,000 (growing rapidly).  Sunshine    Coast,    including  Gambler   and'  Keats   Islands,  population   10,000.    (more ,Jn.  summer and growing rapidly).  in tbe Regulations.  The financing of non-statutory services for community  needs will, in addition to local  efforts, be through community,  budgets; consolidated by the  regional board and presented  to the Human Resources department for funding. The regional board consists of one  member from each community  board; school board and municipal appointees and three  members at large.  The Task Force has under  study machinery and timing  for elections. It is felt that elections for the Community Resource boards,-to be held simultaneously in the _;ix proposed areas, should be kept away  from municipal elections and  Christmas time. .An election  date; in February or Marcli  wijj; allow sufficient time for  the/public to have full information and understanding of the  area level of the Human Resources legislation  Scouts for Sooke Jamboree  Twenty-three    scouts   JPlCis -     Gibsons    Scouts/,- attending  one   troop, scouter   fromrlthe    w*11 incltfde  _��^_m:Paifti^dge,,  ;:'."JJHe task force,.iomposed of    Sunshine Coast leave on Aug-    f111?T_H[1im.e'   B^^L3^^  Selma Park  pub sought  Bill 84, enacting the Human  ,representatives  "-of    regional,  Resources  legislation" has received  Royal  assent, bjut. has  not    been    promulgated 7 nor  have the regulations'been issued. It is expected that the re-  Tjional areas will be confirmed  Fireman walks  municipal, schopL boarii, health  and welfare organizations and  the general public from ieach  of the six areas is encouraged  by the input and. interest received from' theYcoftu-iunities  so far and,will <w_tinue,as<ajrx  interim management body, until a Regional Re_ou��ce'board-  ust ,1 for' Camp-Barnard near  Sooke,   Vancouver   Island^  -to  join 3>400 scouts  and. leaders  in-the largest scouting gathering so far in B.C. i: ��*_,  Boys from  every 4 Cana^|a|^  province;   England," andf^he"  U.S.A:Ywiil.-, take paj_t iii^hi  B._:-Yukon   Jamboree   which  Joel' Bellerive, Tim" Montgomery/ Brian Hobson, Gary Hors-  man Mike; Jackson,~Philip Rinaldis. Randy "Rottluff, Neil  Nejlson, Denis Hostland,. Dean  Jackson, - Callum Robertson,  Brent Rottluff and Michael  Partridge.' * Y-''; �� ���< .1/  "��� ^From rWilson^��Ct(eek:^'Brian  Wall;, Donald>7t)ombroslu:.and   -r_ * ___     _ __.     .        . \     .-* _  ?X'V  "J_W.  -��� When a fireman'walks to a  fire it can be termed-an unusual evert. Gibsons volunteer  fireman Ken Crosby was down  at the floats, attending to a  boat when the fire siren  sounded about 4:50 p.m. Saturday.  What to do? His car was not  available so he set off at an  under pressure pace. Luckily  the'fire was not too far away.  It was at the bus stop build- -  ing/at Jack- Lane and the  highway. ,  - What caused. a fire could  have been the dropping of a  match or lighted cigarette under the platform in front of  the building. It was a smokey  fire but the firemen soon  found the source after' tearing up some planking. No interior   damage   was   reported.  New setup for  mobile parks  Provision for mobile home  parks has been removed from  Regional   District   zoning   by-  President, Bpy Scoutsof jCj-tn-; ./ Maxwe$> H_mmei_my��_�� "will  ada.   1'"      i     ' "        ' - * /        "lie the'troop scouter. j-r  - '^        -   "     "-   ��� ,    - Y  Minibus board seeks data  The Mini-Bus Board & <the  Mental Health offices in Sechelt, Tuesday, July 23rd, re-  laws and placed'instead in the    ported   receiving    344  ^replies  land use contract for the Sunshine Coast.  The-new- setup .fpr  mobile  home  parks  will allow  density of 6 to 9 units per acre ac-.  ceptable depending on the size  of the units and the land used.  from the 4,707 questionnaires  recently mailed out, for 7.31  percent. The Board thanks all  who took time and trouble to  fill, out tbis questionnaire and  return it to us. '/  The    questionnaire'    results'"  The National Building Code     give the board a t^asis for est*-  Tides  SPONSORED BY  MARINE MEN'S'WE1AR '  T  HT  T  LT  T  HT  T  LT  July 31  0315  H'2.5  1040  _5  1825  14.1  2345  lO.d  Aug. 1  0410  1855  12.6  14.2  1120  3.5  2  0015  10.5  0450.  12.8  1200  3.6  1920  14.2^  3  0045  .10.1  0535  12.9  1230  3.9  1940  14.3  4  0120  9.6  0615  12.8  1300  4.3  2000  14.4  5  '0150  9.0  0700  12.7  1335  4.9  2020  14.5  ���  6  0225  8.4  0745  12.5  1405  5.6  2045  14.5  7  0300  7.7  0835  12.2  1435  6.6  2U10  14.5  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1585 Marine Drive, Gibsons  Charge* Master Charge  FOB YOUR Bj-IMMEB  CLOTHING  regulations will be applied to  units and foundations.  An internal water system  satisfactory to the Regional  District will be required.  Depending on the size of the  mobile home park, paved internal- roads may be required  and 1.5 parking spaces per  unit will be required.  Screening and planting may  be required as needed.  More drivers  under influence  RCMP report drunken driving to be on the increase in  the Gibsons detachment area.  Some is due to the later closing of bars, time having been  extended one hour to 2 a.m.  Last week there were four  cases in court and this week  there will be five. Judge Mittlesteadt has been assessing  heavier fines lately.  DUMPING PROTESTS  Complaints by Davis Bay  resident., of the highways  dumping of soil and rocks'on  the beach front drew comments from board members at  last week's Regional board  meeting that while dumping  may be causing inconveniece  now the completed result will  be an improvement.  ablishing priorities ;��rid density of area requiring service.  - From this information < the  board will be able; to plan initial schedules andf closer estimate an operating budget.  George Hopkins was asked  to revise his initial budget to  conform with the informatior  received. He will also work on  establishing the initial schedules. 7       -  Joe Kampman pointed, out  that we -still require more letters of support, particularly  from organizations. He .also  asked Mr. Lewis to draw up  the terms of reference which  will be dealt with at the next  meeting.  Mr.   Lewis   was   asked   to  Children injured  A Gibsons youth has been  charged with driving while  under the influence of more  .than .08 percent alchohol as  the result of a traffic accident  Wednesday evening last wfeek  in which two youngsters were  injured.  The accident occurred when  the car he was driving crossed  Gower Point road and struck  the children and an older man.  The children were taken tb St.  Mary's Hospital with broken  bones. They were then transferred to .St.' Paul's hospital,  Vancouver. Names have -- not  been  released.  contact three firms for a suitable   vehicle.   A   vehicle   will  have removable seats, double  doors and all safety equipment.  He was asked to bring this  . information, together with  price quotations, to the next  meeting, August 20.  /Trail accepted  ^ The motorcycle trail on the  B.d. Hydro right-jof-way area  north of Gibsons was given the-  green light at last week's  meeting of the Regional board.  It is expected officials of' the  Canadian Motorcycle association will put in a nv appearance  shortly and line up the 16cal  ��� organization with the. provincial branch.  Just as soon as it- can be  "done "there will be trips from  Vancouver of motorcyclists  who will welcome the effort  , of t trying out the new Gibsons  association trail. ������'  RAMP FOR EGMONT?  The department of highways  has made an application for  funds tojbuild a boat ramp at  Elgmont. This was revealed at  last week's meeting of the Re-  ' gional District board which  has had under consideration  the problem of launching  ramps in the Pender Harbour  area.  FOR THE RECORD.  The provicial highways department has informed the Regional District board that *its  plan to survey a middle-route  through Davis Bay area-was  for the purpose of establishing  the route of a street to be  built sometime in the future.  ^Ehe planning committee endorsed the idea then turned it  over to the 'board meeting last  week where it was approved.  v'_Selma Park may get a neigh  bourhoodpub. At ine July 25  "meeting of the regional district board Dorothy Kennedy  . and Harold Chippendale.presented a proposal to operate  a" neighbourhood 'pub'- in 'the  old Legion; building.; ? ,�� "  �� $&&r -K-enp&dy,?* showed ^e  board results of a1 survey that  ^^jm^yta]sm^^^^,^\^^^  ";~area7wh.fth indicated-ii-at" -fr  Y percent'] of those questioned  werevin fayorja- the ji'ub; She  mentioned that many" of the  residents would-welcome- the  pub because it gave them a  chance to-get to know their  neighbours and since 15 percent of the area will be set  aside for recreation it will al-  . so give people more .to do. Mrs.  Kennedy further stated that  the proposed pub plans to  serve hot and cold sandwiches  and non - alcoholic beverages  besides the usual mug of ale.  1 The Board deemed the idea  as favorable and referred it to  the' planning committee.  Donations of  1  flowers wanted  Friday and Saturday at the  Super-Valu store, Sunnycres<  Plaza a weekly sale of flower?  will start in aidk of the Sunshine Coast -Retarded Children's association.  Purpose of .the flower sales  is to raise money .for purchase  of a new portable schoolroom  due to increased numbers or"  pupils occupying the preser  schoolroom oh Gibsons Ete  mentary school grounds.  Those desiring to donate  flowers can phone Doreen  Turynek at 886-7153; Mrs.  Freddel Kerbis at 886-9812 or  Vern Wishlove, president at  885-9744.  Clerk to leave  . Neil Sutherland, Sechelt's  municipal clerk since Jan. 1,  1972, has resigned his post to  return to the north country  from where he came. Mr. Sutherland became municipal clerk  in Sechelt Jan. 1, 1972. He is?  leaving to take up a position  in Chetwynd wvhich will not be  associated with municipal affairs. The resignation is effective from August 31.  mrroits  IFORHATIOK  Where to Stay  ^ _. ���>  PENINSULA HOTE  About 7 miles from Langdale  on Sunshine Coast Highway  Full Hotel Accommodation  Phone 886-2472  LORD MS LODGE  Heated Swimmng Pool  Sauna Bath-  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  BONMBROOK CAMP  & TRAILER PARK  . Gower Point    '7  ; CAMPING hy the Sea ..  Modern facilities in a rural  Phone 886-2887  _* *  Where to Eat  ._ *__.  7~;3r<.  CEDARS INN  Fta ii--rf_r ^Miiiti-s i  Sunshine Coast-Hf-hWay  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  -  ��� , '  >'   >Y       -     *      ''   - '.  _     - PATIO GARDENS  Full Dining Facilities  "Canadian & Chinese"  Exactly >_ way between1 ferries  on Hwy  191  Open Noon - 8 pjn.  BIN'S TAKE-OUT DRIVE IN  Sunshine Coast Highway       *  Across from High School  Phone 886-7828  THE HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT  On Sunshine' Coast Highway ^  at Wilson Creek  SECHELT INN  Opposite Bus Depot  Sechelt  Food Supplies  BERrS SUPERETT.  and  DELICATESSEN  Cold Cuts and Ass't Cheeses  j__om all -oyer the World  Across from Hospital  Sechelt 885-9414  SECHftT FAMILY MART LTD.  Opposite Bus Depot  Groceries ��� Records -  Tapes  Open 7 days a week  11 a.m. to 11 pjn.  DELICATESSEN  HEALTH  FOOD  .     AT  VARIETY FOODS  Gibsons  Hwy 101 across  from Bowladrome  Entertainment  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Sunnycrest ��� Gibsons  886-2827 ��� Show starts 8 pjn  SEE PAGE 4 2   Coast News, July 31', 1974.  The time is now!  Subscription ;lates: British Columbia $4.50 per year,  $2.50 for six months; Canada except B.C. $5.00 per jeai;  United States and Foreign $8.50 per year.  Y Published Wednesdays at Gibsons. BC.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Second Class Ma*1 registration number 0794. Re'ruin  postage guaranteed.  Phone 886:2622        P.O. Box 460, Gibsons, B.L  Let those believe who may  ;Y   The notorious Sasquatch is hack in the news with  some hithertp ^unknowJi people emerging in the limelight as haying seen tine of these creatures.  ;V It seems strange the Sasquatch appears so suddenly  and disappears just as quickly and is not seen again for  miahy months. One should also remember than nobody  has discovered a Sasquatch lair.  In the summer issue of Wildlife -teview, Bill Ward,  \ editor, imparts the knowledge that a Sasquatch study is  to be made. > ,  This widely read publication on British Columbi-Ui  wildlife reports oh this subject as .follows:  "A scientifically designed study will soon be mounted to deterrmne what truth thefe may be in the numerous sightings, and other data connected with the Sasquatch, or giant wild man.  "Sasquatch lore has been gathered in the past from  many parts of the world, while film footage was taken  of what was seemingly a wild human-like creature a few  ; years ago.  "The study will be headed by Robert Morgan of  Miami, Florida, with finances coming frpm private sources. The funds.will, be channelled through the National  Wildlife Federation' of the United States, which will  monitor the study. "        ^ -  , ."The Morgan party will include university specialists from several disciplines, as well as wite__sted' lay  students of the Sasquatch phenomenon from the northwest: The party will have the use of considerable modern technology.  "No further details of the time, place or methods  to be used are at present available."  The, Coast News does not expect this high quality  investigation to get any closer to an actual Sasquatch  than the average- British Coumbiaii has so far. However  if this does occur the*teditor will have a. red face,  . ->.-      ~ .,  .    . _ .���_., <.:;, .^"��-^%     .. -   _;���-Ft; ��?;>��� ' .,_  Few pioneers. left  Canadians complain more bitterly about the rising  cost of food than anything else and yet our fields are  full of rotting fruit.  7.7We were picking strawberriesrin Langley Sundajr  afternoon and the bushes were loaded with enormous  ixuit unrecognizable ^Ttihe in^ ^d rx>t. /  That one farnier lost ik>^ fruit this year!  -Midtaply^^that7by7al_ the strawberry farmers in the Fraser Valley and it spells one thing ������ we're going to pay  a higher price for this most delicious of  berries  7>T^e^vea11ier/ of courae, is partly to blame. But the;  mainreasonis thetfi-were just not enough pickers. -  -We've been Ijiiiidiiig the good life for so long that  no one wants to go out and do a bit of back bending for  a living. Better to seek a handout.     *      '   "  7 Perhaps we shp^uld have the Mexican, migrants who  travel the United; States following the crops. They are  industrious Workers. It's either that or rion-survival.  Our pioneers ��� the people who built Canada ���  knew hpw /to work hard. Not for them the handout.  Canada heeds more of them. Perhaps there just  isn't enough challenge in our country today.  A7* White Rock Sun  f       Five Years Ago  the Union Board of Health  7<?alls   for   another  health   inspector due to increasing population.  The provincial 'treasury allots $135,425 for building an  addition to Elphinstone school.  Gibsons council calls for  tenders for renovations, to the  village firehall.  10 Tears Ago  Redroofs Waterworks district discusses the possibility  of ��� expansion of its present  system.  Sechelt's council chairman  Mrs.. Christine Johnston calls  a special council meeting to  discuss -sorting.  Present day hairdos for women are generally referred to  as highrise hairdos.  15 Years Ago  Sechelt Lockers advertises  pork spare riblets at 10 cental  per  pound  frozen  and No.  1  weiners at 3 pounds for $11.  20 Years Ago  Allan and Barter, Imperial  Oil agents announce construction of a service station near  the Ridgeway motel.  A half-million feet of choice  Ruby Lake timber was transported over the new road to  Kleihdale.  \ Petitions have been, sent to  Victoria protesting the continuance of logging operations in  Gibsons harbor. -  25 Years Ago  Davidson Marine Freight  has extended' its once a week  service to coastal points to  three times a (week.  Salmon ranging from 17 to  52 pounds have been caught  along the coast revealing  splendid catches for the last  two weeks;  A look at the operations of  another Regional ..District  board and. its effect on the  ���public, a iboard which was in-  augurated the same year as  the Sunshine . Coast Regional  District board .should interest  readers of the Coast News.  The Sunshine Coast board  was organized on Jan. 4, 1967-  ahd the Cowichan Valley Regional District board on Sept.  26,. .1967'. Their paths"'have  been' somewhat similar and  one could quite, easily insert  the name of the' Sunshine  "Coast board in place of the  Cowichan board. However  read for yourself an article  from the Ladysmith-Chamain-  us Chronicle.  THE TIME IS NOW  idlxal criticism is even sug-  ' gested, but how many citizens  realize that these people have  all their own area problems,to  present to the" board and to  solve plus the Mesachie l_ake  water, the Cowichan^ Bay  sewer, the Glenora Airport,  ��� the Cowichan Lake Arena, the  l\_iil Bay Arena, Shawnigan  Lake incinerator, Duncan ambulance, two activity centres  and so on, ad infinitum.  Is it far too much for any-  average person? Is it going to  cost more than it can produce?  Is the regional set up too unwieldy? Start asking these  questions of yourselves and of  your regional directors before  the' November   elections.  "I'm not that bad a driver and you know it!"  The regional district board  ..of the Cowichan Valley (and  probably some of the other  regional boards) has suffered  from acute ��� growing pains  since inception seven years  ago byt has not, for fne most  part, shown niuch signs of  growing. That stage -appears  to be coming, to an end.  Recent growth in the perplexing;-number and variety  of its functions, its hopes, ambitions, power and board re-  numeration alL indicate that  its main problems from here  on will be 'h6w much shall we  do and how soon?'  Board members have discussed increasing their wages  by some _00 percent, which is  probably .fair - enough when  money-paid to others doing,  comparable jdb^ is considered.  They have taken a deep breath  and said that they want, to  take action to provide a domestic and agricultural water  supply to. those areas of the  region , where population,  growth, density and land uses -  require it;' and are consider-"  ing similar regional sewer ac- 7  tion., They ,-haye entered the'.  areas of planning, zoning, land^  use control,, conservation and I  recreation; nritltj great? * energy^.  and enthusiaLsm'and have h^r- YY|L  ed planners and1 -other , staff, Y;^/d  They now occupy roomy offices and adequate board room  facilities in Duncan.  .��.-*-*  *- -.  vA  Monday, August 5th, 1974  With the declaration of thisprovincial  statutory holiday, Sunday schedules  will be in effect for this day on the following routes:  *, *���*-  So far there has been jmly $  a limited amount of backbiting and abuse of the, kind so  often heard in the legislature,  but  now. taxpayers  may< ask   .  if  this  is   courtesy and  good   j  judgement or is it apathy and   \  ignorance.  Is it' possible that   i  all but two or three directors,   \  who are keen and knowledge-  ; able, are merely trying to do   \  their  best  for  their  own  el-   I  ectoral areas and are quite un   ;  able to cope with the mass of   \  information,    studies,    reports   "���  and   problems   of   the   eight   ;  other electoral areas and four  j "  municipalities? j  So, now the ball is in the   f,  ratepayers'  court.  Your elected   representatives,   probably,  -  are doing the best they can.  They   yrer& elected   by   you,  with few exceptions, with no  opposition. It is up to you to  find better candidates if you  are not satisfied or if you are  afraid of the power, the costs,-  the controls. If you are satisfied it is up,- to you to -keep'  your   directors    informed    of '  your ideas; to get them to re- ;  port to you at public meetings; \  in detail; to show up at a few  board ipeetings and see if your ..  directors    are    pulling    their .'  Weight;   in   other   words,   get 7  yourselves   involved   so   that  your criticism is valid and informed. '  This7 portion  of the region,  Areas   H   and  G,   Ladysmith  and 'North Cowichan, is being  well served by Russell, Hudak,;  Groiihel    (Jameson),   Robert-;  son and Cannon and no indiv-  VANCOUVER -VICTORIA (supplementary)  MV "Queen of Sidney" only, will operate Sunday schedule between  Tsawwassen and Swartz Bay with stops at Otter Bay and Village  Bay. (Please consult Summer Schedule) y  HOWE SOUND  Extra sailings leave Langdale at 1-1:55 am and 10:30 pm.  Extra sailings leave Horseshoe Bay at 12:55 (noon) and 11:40 pm.  GULF ISLANDS-VICTORIA  MV "Saltspring Queen" special Monday sailings.  Lv Fulford  2:00 pm  3:45 "  Ar 9:30 pm <-  Lv Swartz Bay,  2:45 pm  ���^4:45  6:45  8:45  Lv Otter Bay  (Pender)  5:45 pm  7:45  GULF ISLANDS - MAINLAND  ���.������_��� %  MV "Sechelt Queen" will operate Sunday service between Long  Harbour and Tsawwassen with stops at Otter Bay, Village Bay and  Sturdies Bay. Vehicle reservations are necessary.    V  BOWEN ISLAND  Last sailing leaves Snug Cove at 9:00 pm.  Last sailing leaves Horseshoe Bay at 9:30 pm.  ferries  .  .HARE YOUR  GOOD HEALTH  _t  BE A BLOOD DONOR  For information Phone  Tsawwassen 943-2221  Horseshoe Bay 921-7411  v Swartz Bay 656-1194  TN-31 1* '  }���%&#. Y/  premises - problem  to  IS  The problem of how.  handle- untidy premises  something which- poses a problem for the Regional District  board, the council of Gibsons  and Sechelt., Gibsons council,  . involved in a recent case  found the result too expensive.  The person charged1 was  fined $10. The cost to council  including legal expenses w-as  about $240. Because of this  Gibsons and other councils involved seek another means of  curbing the desire to have unsightly premises.  The subject came up at Gib  sons council meeting .last week  when it was decided that it  wtould be best to-confer withi  the highways department on  legislation known as the High-:  ways. Scenic Improvement act  "which 7<vas instituted about  , three or four years ago.  7; RtJTH iRENSON W-5NNER  Ruth Benson of Gibsons was  the July J2�� winner of the  Lions 460 club draw, yikki Le-  Briiri drew the tickfiit at Friday's draw. The -winner received $1100. Y        f     Y.  Of. course I'm  cheating���,  aren't you?       ""   *'  HOME  Seaview Road  Gibsons  886-9551  Knight given education job  Dr. Stanley B. Knight, vice-  principal at Gibsons Elementary school in 1965 who* moved  into a North Vancouver school  in   11966   has Jbeen   appointed  director of the department of  education's new research and  dteyelopment    division.     Hon.  Eileen  Dailly,  education, minister announces.  - Dr. Knight who has travelled    extensively    to    various  points  in  the  school  system-  was a graduate of UBC and  the Vancouver Public  sohool  system. He now holds various  .^education degrees.  .He has had wide experience  in .the British Columbia school  system, having taught elementary sand secondary classes  in Kelotwnia, New Westminster,  Gibsons;, North Vancouver arid  Vancouver and has instructed  student teachers at Simon Fra- -  ser. University.  .  He ,has jiist returned to  British Columbia from Queens  land,, Australia where he was  director of __ student teaching  and head ..of curriculum and  instruction of Darling Downs  Institute of Advanced Education.  Solving educational -. problems" has in many areas been  dependent on advice and opinions. The research section will  now provide , reliable data  upoi} ,which workable clecl-  sions >can _e made at both the  provincial and local levels, the  minister said'.  'Blow me down! Let's get  this rig out to sea!' is what  Mai Tai the maltese terrier  appears to ,be saying to >,his  master, Reg Blacklock. The  Blacklocks of Burnaby are on  a , short cruise up the Sunshine Coast and made a stop  in Gibsons to take on supplies.  COMPLETE SERVICES  LOC<AL OR DISTANT BURIALS; CREMATIONS; MEMORIALS  PRE-ARRANGEMENTS    -  DAN DEVLIN ��� OWNER-MANAGER  DISCOVER  the SUNSHINE COAST  through  K.CROSBY  Charles English Ltd.  886-2481 886-2098  Toll Free 687-6445  Chimney Sweeping  Oil Stoves Cleaned  RON CROOK  New Phone Number ��� 885-3401  i  SUNSHINE COAST  CREDIT UNION  SECHEIT  SATURDAY, AUGUST 3  CLOSED  for  B. C. HOLIDAY  August 10 and 11 COAST HEWS CLASSIFIED ADS  Y       Phone 836-2622 <  Deadline ��� Tuesday noon  5c a word, minimbm 75c  for up to 15 words  Subsequent Insertions % price  25c added for bookkeeping on  ads   not  paid one  w��;k  alter  Insertion.  Legal ads 25c pe~ count line.  Subscription Rates:  ���    B.C. 1 year $4.50, 6 mo. $2.50  Canada ex. B.C. J yr. $5.00  U.S. & foreign 1 year $8.50  CONING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons. 886-2827  SEE THEATRE AD  .  UNDER . MISC.  FOR  SALE  Transcendental Meditation information.   886-7654,   886-2524.  Every  Thurs.,  8   p.m.,   Bingo,  Legion Hall, Roberts Creek.  DEATHS  BEGG ��� Passed away in New  Westminster on July 24, 1974,  Evelyn Begg, late of Marine  Drive, Gibsons. Survived by 2  sons, Murray and Lloyd, 1  daughter, - Mrs. A. (Muriel)  Dades, 6 grandchildren, 1 great  grandson. Funeral service was  held Sat., July 27 at 3 p.m.  from the Harvey Funeral  Home, Gibsons. Rev. J. Williamson officiated. Interment  Seaview Cemetery.  4    Coast News, July 31, 1974.  IN MEMORIAM  MAI-LETT ��� In fond and loving memory of my dear niece,  Linda, who departed this life  July 31, 1973.  I lost the gladness that  turned into sadness when I  lost ydti dear.  Always remembered by her  __��� Uncle Ed.   HELP WANTED  FLEETWOOD  LOGGING  COMPANY  McNab Creek Logging- Camp  requires the services of a night  shift cook for a Tuesday to  Saturday shift. Bunk house accommodation is available in  camp. I.W.A. wage rate and  fringe benefits apply. Interested parties please call W. G:  Muir, 525-3232 days or 853-  1827-evenings.  LOST  Boy's brown suede leather  jacket, possibly at launching  ramp. Finder please phone 886-  9078. ���     i.  Small brown/gray Samoyed,  last seen on Franklin Road.  Answers to Monty. Phone 886-  9165 after j> p.m.   Hand knit Irish cardigan. Ph.  886-9347. '  FOUND  Pound at the tennis court, a  racket .press. Found .by Ian  Steven. Now at Coast News.   Sunglasses, on Georgia Beach  Tuesday night last week,  brought to the Coast News office by Mrs. C. Rorke.   Wrist watch, Armour's beach  July 12. To identify, call 886-  2437.    ,  xx  Orange male kitten. Part Siamese. Near Franklin Road. Ph  886-2664 '_   WORK WANTED  TBackhoe available. Septic tank  sales and installations. Phone  886-7671. ~___j_   Will babysit anytime, Gibsohs  area. Phone 886-2704.  PAINTING  fc  LABOR  by contract only  Crew  available  Phone 886-0245  Johnny Construction. Licenced  carpenter will do all carpenter  work and painting. Anywhere  in district. Phone 886-7498 eve-  nings^Van. 434-0836.  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. ���      7.  Will do any kind of work  around house and garden, also  moving and hauling of any  kind. Phone 886-9503.   Backhoe  available  for  drain-.  age,  ditches,  water lines,  etc.  Phone  886-9579.  For all your carpentry needs  Call A. SHEPPARD  CONTRACTING  885-2978  OIL BURNER SERVICE  -Financing Available  Call Thomas Heating, 886-7111  ~CmMNEY  SWEEPING,  Oil Stoves  ���Phone Ron   Crook,  885-<3401  after 6 p.m.  WORK WANTB) (Cont'd)  TYPEWRITER  &  ADDING MACHINE  SALES & SERVICE  Phone 886-7111  FURNACE INSTALLATIONS  PERSMAT  CARPET CLEANING  The .Argosheen Method  We towel dry!  Phone  12 to 1 -,885-9327  "* or-after 5 p.m.           ^���^���!SL.    SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE  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 Hall,  Tuesday,  8 p.m.   Ml-ON SAL-  TWILIGHT   THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  Thurs. Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon,  Tues., Wed., Aug. 12 3 4 5 6 7  THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE  GENERAL ��� Warning some  swearing.  Sunday > Aug. 4  LATE SHOW ��� 11:00 p.m.  THEATRE  OF BLOOD  and  CASTLE OF BLOOD   MATURE'   .SEA   CAVALCADE   SPECIAL  HEY! We're selling POROGIES  at Mac's Cafe (Dogwood) Sat.  afternoon   Aug. , 3.. Power   to  the Sea Cavalcade., Come  and,  get some. ~ '        '_   15 ft. 6 in. trailer with toilet,  propane, elec. fridge furnace.  Sleeps 6. With hitch. Price  $1200 Phone 886-9504.   MUST SELL ��� 1973 Otto  Prospector H.T. tent trailer.  "Deluxe1 model less than 1,000  miles. Sleeps 6Yin or out ot  trailer cooking and eating facilities. Must be seen to be appreciated. Asking $1,500. Ph.  886-7095 after 6 p.m^   1 record player, $20; tape recorder $40; both in good working condition. Phone 886-7726.  1972 Ford Pinto. Automatic,  $2400, good condition. Phone  886-2512.   '63 Jeep Wagbneer. Good engine, tires and 4 wheel drive.  New brakes, needs transmission work. $400. View on Gower Pt. Rd., 1 mile west of Chaster.' Phone 886-7063.   1971 Vz ton GMC truck with'  Gem top and 100 gal fuel tank,  21,000 miles, good condition.  Towing special. 197Q Holiday  tfailer, tandem axle, South-  park, fully self-contained. $7000  for both or can be bought sep-  arately. Box 708, Sechelt.  "'66 VW window van. $1200 or  best offer. Phone 886-2676 or  224-5686.   1969 Volkswagen bus, new  transmission, rebuilt engine,  $2100 or best offer. Phone 886-  7887.   '65 Fury II, excellent condition. Phone 886-7735 between  5 and 7 p.m.  BOATS FOR SALE  -      MARINE  INSURANCE  PROBLEMS?  New insurance advice  Re-insurance advice  -. Claims settled  Capt. W.  Y.  Higgs,  Marine Surveyor  Box 339, Gibsons  Phones 886-9546 or 885-9425  PETS  Golden Lab pups, not registered. Had distemper shots.  $15. Phone 886-2738.  LIVESTOCK  Weane'r pigs. Phone" 886-9880  or 886-2698 after 4 p.m.  for Ran  BONNIEBROOK CAMP  &   TRAILER PARK  Beautiful site for- a' trailer;  Couples preferred.; No dogs.  Ph. 886-2887 or 886-9319  V8   273   Dodge   engine.   Good  , condition. Phone 886-2704.  Lil Loafer 14 ft. trailer, propane stove, sink etc. Sleeps 6.  $805. Piano wanted. Phone8��6-  7601.   12 x 68" Leader, 2 .bedroom,  CSA approved; carport, sundeck and utility room attach-  ed. Phone 886-2177.   WATKINS PRODUCTS ,    .  Mrs. Dorina LeClair  Phorie 886-7867  Magic Vox accordion organ,  A-l condition. New cost $2295,  will sell for $1695. Phone 886-  2947. J ^   2 39"  mattresses, good condi- -  tion; 1 captain's bed, 2 drawers under; set of-drapes, 144f  x 84". Phone 886-9864 between  4 and 6. '   * ������������ i      i -  ' M  1973   450 - Honda,   2800   miles.  4Phone 386-9595.   Grass. Make your own hay.-Ph  886-7538.        ,   1971 17 ft. Triple . E travel-  trailer, completely self-contained, stove, oven, 2-way  fridge, furnace, toilet. As new.  Must be seen to be appreciated. $2500 firm. Ph. 886-2816  after 5 p.m.   Selling out. Rags, trilight  lamp, baby basket hanging  cradle, dresser, kitchen cup-  board. Phone 886-98713.      __^  If you are looking for something at a price from furniture to what ever you want E  will probably have it. Ph. 886-  7731. -        ;  1970 Chev Impala two door  hardtop 350 V8�� automatic.  One male Maltese pup. Zenith  zig-_ag sewing machine. -35,  calibre Remington lever action  rifle, also .3a automatic hand-  . gun. 1966 BSA 650 cc Spitfire  twin. Pair girl's figure skates.  Phone 886-7479.  Pekin ducks for eggs or meaife.  $5 each, $8 pair. Ph. 886-7829.  1970, 450 Honda chopper. Excellent condition, 11,000 miles. mmmMMUm.mmwrm.  Must be seen. Best offer takes MORTGAGES  ffiione 886-2300. ^  Used -(lectric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales.  Ph.  885-9713 Sechelt.  8Q0 sq. ft. shop space for rent  in vUlage of Gibsohs business'  district.   Write  P.O   Box   202,  Gibsons, or phone 886-9604.  Maple Crescent Apts., 166-  School Road. Gibsons. 1. 2 and  3 bedroom suites. Cablevisiori,  parking, close to schools and  shopping. Reasonable rent. Ph.  886-7836.     ���  WANTED TO RENT  3 bedroom house, Gibsons area!  furnished or unfurnished. P.O.  Box  1024,  Gibsons.   B.C. Ferry officer requires  light housekeeping or bachelor  accommodation. Phone ,886-  2622 and leave message.   Young couple wishing to find  house or''cottage to rent. Rer  located .from Edmonton; Reasonable rent. First of Sept.  Phone 886-2347 or write to 887  Seneca Place, Kamloops, c/o  D. Kennedy. '". ,  Woman and 2 sons require immediately 3 bedroom house in  Gibsons area. Phone 886-7367.  Couple needs 2_ bedroom house  or cottage between I,angdale  and. Robert- Creek to rent year  round. j��hone, 886;249L __J  2 bedroom house in Gibsons  area for Sept. 1st. Good references. Phone 886-2775.  MOBILE HOMES  8' x 45' trailer with 8' x 16' addition, furnished, $4000. Ph.  886-9341 after 6 p.m.   SUNSHINE COAST MOBILE  HOME PARK & SALES  NewYModels how on display:  12 x 62 3 bedroom Statesman,  Reverse isle, bay-window, liv-  ; ing rooiri, master be droom &  toll carpeted, $13,500.  7 Used 10 x 50 Great Lakes, 2  bedrooms; large bright living  room, air conditioning, propane furnace. * Very good condition throughout.  All models include 2 dr. frost  free fridges, deluxe -arises,  washers and driers, custom-  made furniture, delivery and  complete set-up. All tares ;n-  cluded. No hidden charges. No  extras to buy.     Y  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  Hwy 101, Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  WANTED  Free fill, dirt or rocks. Gibsons.  Phone Bill Davis at 886-2009j  12 cu. ft. or better propane  fridge, and propane hot water  tank. Phone 886-9872.,   WANTED: Convertibles or  hardtops for dignitaries. Owner to drive own car. Phone 886-  8_9.0.  NEED MONEY?  Mortgages  Arranged  Bought.  .     Sold  First ��� Second ��� Third  Summer cottages  and builders loans  readily available  ACADIAN MORTGAGE   .  Corp. Ltd. %  2438 Marine. W. Van.  Phone 926-3256  Charles English Ltd.  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  GIBSONS, B.C.       Ph. 886-2481  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE  TOLL FREE 687-6445  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� APPRAISALS  12.2 ACRES: Off Lockyer Road,, upper Roberts Creek. 2  creeks on this 650 x 812 acreage. 2 cabins with access -  roads. Treed solitudei One of the best pieces of recreation- *  al acreage on the Peninsula. Some terms. $52,500.  GROCERY-CONFECTIONERY STORE IN SECHELT VILLAGE: This established business has shown steady growth  arid return. Excellent location with lease. Ideal for the person who wants to be his o^n boss. In the 20s. Call' jjor'  details.,  ' l j  WATERFRONT,  GIBSONS  VILLAGE:   2   prime  lots   on  Marine Drive, by the bus stop. One with charming beach  house, priced .to sell at $42,000"and $23,000.  GRANTHAMS LANDING: The ideal situation for the vacationer; main house has upper, and lower suites. Self contained. At the rear is a small cottage, rent all 3 or keep l1  fbr yourself.  Good revenue, nice view lot. FP.  $35,0001,  some terms if required.  SEAVIEW ESTATES: View, lot ��� this lot is not for the  timid. Located on ravine edge with unobstructed view  over 1J_ acres in size. Will require imagination and re,-  sources* to develop. $10,000. , '  5 ACRES HWY 101: and a 2 bdrm home. Over, 2 acres  cleared, with more than 400 ft. on hwy.. Lovely groundsj,  landscaped and in garden. Excellent buy at $42,000.  BOYLE ROAD: 5 acres, half cleared. Very nice level land  with good well and attractive 2 bdrm home with sundeck -  and fireplace and carport. Away from traffic, yet close to  villager. $46,500. '  DAVIS  BAY:  3  bdrm  view home ^with  landscaped  lot.  Large working kitchen. View from living room and master  bedroqan. 2 car garage'adjoining home. This.quality prot-  pertjK is.��only 2.blks^from beach. It is located in one od.  our best residential areas. $5_,000. ^  WATERFRONT: Gower Point  100 x 200 each $22,000. -  3 waterfront view lots.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Davis Rd., real cozy 3 bdrm home;  utility room, carport, on good sized lot. Only 1 blk. from   '  shopping centre, theatre, schools, etc. and only 3 years old. '  Its' yours for $39,500. . .  , ;<- ^ 7  '     ... Ken Crosby ��� 886-2098  Don Sutherland ��� 885-9362 Jay Visser ��� 886-2531  -x  CONSULT US FOR ALL  .YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS  Phone 886-2000 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  MEMBER ��� MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  Relax this summer in your  own waterfront log caj>in. 90'  lake frpnt on quiet Sakinaw  Lake. Cabin has 2 rooms and*  large deck ��� furnished. Propane range, fridge and hot water. $25,000. Some terms considered. ''  >. *  * Subdividable 10 acres, level,  some view. 4 bedroom home  features family size kitchen,  large living room with stone  fireplace,-W-W carpet. Partial  basement, double garage. Asking $80,000 on terms.  ���v  -A family liome to be proud  of ��� Spacious 4, bedroom  home on attractively developed lot in desireable location.  Spacious living r;oom and dining room, large modern kitchen"  vanity bath,. Rec. room, work  shop in baisement area. A-oil  heat. Asking only $44,500.  REVENUE: 3 self-contained  furnished suites,1 all with private entrances. Plus owner's  quarters ^consisting 1050', 2 bed  rooms, spacious living rpom,  dining room, mod. cabinet kitchen, 3 pc. bath, 2 fully landscaped lots fruit trees and kitchen garden. Excellent location  This is prime property. $85,000  full price. Owner would consider some trades in Vancouver area.  GOWER POINT: Attractive 4  room cottage, beach level. Spacious living room open to dining : room. .--.. Nicely. appointed  modern kitchen. Don't 7 miss  this one at only $31,500.  GOWER. POINT: 3 room older  home situated on view acre.  Quiet, relaxed living in natural setting. Power, phone and  water service. Easy terms on  $31,500. ; -  ,  LISTINGS WANTED!  BUSINESS AS USUAL DURING ALTERATIONS  SEASIM WAZA  Norm Peterson ��� 886-2607  EWART McMYNN REALTY  Phone 886-2248  Box ��_�� Gibsons, B.C.  /     -  Gibsons  Notary Public  GIBSONS ��� Two bedroom home in centre of GibjBon��, level to  shopping; immaculate condition inside and out. Full price  $35,000.  GIBSONS RURAL ��� 1.58 acres of view property. Solidly constructed home with great potential. Reduced to sell; only $28(,500  ROBERTS CREEK��� Close to Golf Course, handy to transportation. Lovely 3 bedroom home on 2.5 acres. Full basement, oil  furnace. Full price $43,000. ,  ROBERTS   CREEK ���  Perfect condition,  well  constructed 2;  bdrm home on well landscaped lot.-: Full'basement,'with reo,}  room. Full price $44,000, some terms. 7  HALFMOON BAY  WATERFRONT LOTS  SUNSHINE'BAY ESTATES  First chance to purchase one  of. these   sewered  lots   in  jquite a while. These lots  won't last long. Only 6 waterfront lots and 5 view lots  .Sewer, water and power,  goat launching ramp, good  beach access. .From $12,000  to $25,000. Call Len or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-9683  885-2241.  GIBSONS  Two cleared lots in Gibsons.  On sewer, close to boat  launching ramp. Paved roads  front and back. Zoned comprehensive development. FP  $27,000. Call Doug Joyce.  SOMETHING SPECIAL  IN CEDAR  A delightful A-frame house  on the beach by Gospel Rock  on Gower Point Road. Full  view of Strait, includes land  on both sides of road. Asking only $43,900. See Len  Van Egmond.  1 ACRE LOT  Grandview Road, new home  area. A full .acre with some  ' view. Could be subdivided.  FP $16,500. Call Jack or  Stan Anderson.  ACREAGE  Approximately 5 acres, 290'  highway frontage Naturally treed, gentle south slope.  FP $25,900. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  Sechelt,   1   ACRE,   190   ft.  frontage on Norwest Bay Rd  near Mason, Vz block froni,  school., OK for trailer, may <  be subdivided' into 4 or 5  lots, partially cleared, lge.  evergreens, beautiful bldg.  site. Only $12,900 with > offers. Sign on property. Call  Mrs. Neilson Abacus Realty  530-2885 or 534-4727 collect.  Pleased to co-operate with  >ther Real Estate comptnies.  .100 ft. waterfront building lot  at Gower Point; Beautiful view  and nice-beach below. All utilities. Down Martian road to the  end, 2nd lot on right. Phbjne  987-5493.     .  Langdale Chines. New subdivision,, view lot, 85 __ 150, underground services, paved  roads, $10,950. Phone 434-6326,  876-1975. *  -  SECHELT AREA  By Water, Panoramic View  Ex grocery and butcher shop.  Fully equipped, living-quarters below. Grossed over $83,-  000 in '73 oh 5 day week, 9  a.m. to 6 p.m. Only commei>  cial 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.      View lot in Gibsons. Phone  886-2417.   ANNOUNCEMENTS  For membership or- explosive  requirements contact R. Nim  mo, Cemetery Road. Ph. 886-  77778:YHow'eYSdurwi Farmers'  Institute. Stumping or ditching powder, dynamite, electric  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 con-,  trolled. Y  Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone  885-9534, 886-9994 or 885-9327.  Gibsons meeting Monday. 8:30  p.m. in; Gibsons Athletic halL  COMPRESSED AIR  RECHARGED  FIRE EXTINGUISHERS  Skindivers available  7 for salvage work  Marine Hardware      7  Fibreglass, paint, rope, canva*  WALT NYGREN SALES 7  (1971) LTD.  Gibsons. 888-9303  RED CROSS  LISTINGS RANTED  Ron McSavaney, eyes. 886-9656 * J ** ���*     ��,      i  ��t  THE STRAIGHT PATH will soon replace  the infamous S-turn. Construction continues on  Highway  101  a mile west  of.  Gibsons to eliminate this hairpin curve.  Constructioii has been hampered by- wet  weather and the soft clay  Gala Day at Hopkins Landing  Hopkins Landing annual  sports gala~ day July 26 and  27 was featured by land and  water events including a one  mile swim, sabot racing, a  "gorf" race on rubber tires,  and jousting. Grand aggregate winners were Bruce Neil-  son and Joan Avis. Here are  the results:  Decorated Flotilla: Barum  & Bumby; Yellow Submarine;  Hava a Happy Gala - Day.  ��� Fishing Derby: Heaviest (1*6  lb. 12 oz.,) Danny Cook; Most},  Janice Gill; Smallest, Kirsten  Falk.  iShiner Derby: Janice Bath-  urst, Anne Marie Falk, Kiris-  We now have very young  ladies' starter charm  bracelets in sterling silver.  A good way to build up a  fine collection. Miss Bee's,  Sechelt. -  ten Falk; smallest, Jimmy Miller; largest Andy Jamieson.  Driftwood:-6 and under, Ka-  tie Falk, Anne Marie Falk.; 7  to   9:   Ian   Smethurst,   Shelly  Fyles.  7 and Under:  Paddleboard, boys: Allister  Brodie, Ian Smethurst; girls,  Annabel ^Webb, Anne Marie  Falk, Gail Wheeler.  Freestyle: boys, Allister Bro-  die, Ian Smethurst; girls: Anne  Marie Falk, Gail Wheeler, Annabel Webb. ���?���������'  Backstroke: Allister Brodie,  Ian Smethurst; girls, Anne  Marie Falk, Gail Wheeler.  Dinghy: boys: Allister Brodie, Ian Smethurst; girls, An-  nabelle Webb, Anne Marie  8-9 Years  Paddleboard: boys, Russell  Foxr girls, Scilla Webb, Kirsten  Falk.  Freestyle: boys. Russell Fox;  girls:. Kirsten Falk, Scilla Webb  Backstroke:    girls,    Kirsten  Fire Alarm Procedure  ALSO INHALATOR  To place a Call at Gibsons OR Area covered by the  Gibsons Fire Protection District:  1. Immediately dial phone number 886-2345  2. Walt for someone to answer  3. Give them (A) Location of Fire & Address  (B) Name of Resident Involved  (C) Extent of Involvement  (D) Your Name  4. Ensure everyone is out of the building no  matter how small the fire is.  5. Dispatch someone or yourself to nearest  roadway fo direct Firemen or R.C.M.P.  Falk, Scilla Webb.  Diving, girls: Scilla Webb,  .Kirsten Falk.  "i    Dinghy,  boys:  Russell. Fox;  girls:    'Scilla    Webb,    Kirsten  Falk.  10 - 11 Years  Paddleboard. boys: Justin  Webb, Donald Brodie, Tommy  Sleep; girls: Kathy Cook, Mar-  nie Jamieson, Shelba Twamley.  Freestyle, boys: Ross Brown  Donald Brodie, George Hop-,  kins; girls: Kathy Cooke, Shelba Twamley, Nadine jSmeth-  urst.  Diving, boys: Jeff iPednault.  Don    Chella ;   girls:     Nadine  Smethurst,   Shelba   Twamley.  .Marnie Jamieson.  Dinghy, boys: Donald Brodie,-  Robbie Grant, George Hopkins;  girls; Nadine Smethurst, Shelba Twamley, Kathy Cooke.'  12 - 13 Years    *   .-   ,  Paddleboard,. boys: Michael  Fyles,'"Grant Gill, Bruce Niel-  son; girls: Marnie Young, Joan  Avis, Sharon- Twamley: -   .  Freestyle, boys; Bruce Neil-J  son, Dan Cooke (tie); Grant  Gill; girls, Joan Avis, Sharon  Twamley. Marnie Young.  - Backstroke: Bruce Neilson,  Ken Chilla, ��� Danny Cooke;  girls: Joan Avis, Sharon Twamley, Marnie Young. -'  Diving: Ken Chilla, Dan  Cooke; - girls,' Marnie. YoiAig,  Sandra Twamley..  Dinghy,   boys:   Joey   Foster,  Ken    Chilla, , Bruce   Neilson;  girls: Joan Avis, Marnie Young  Sharon Twamley.  14 and over  ,-., Paddleboard, boys: ^Ryan  Matthews, Cam Fox, Billy Jam  ieson; girls, Patti Brodie.  , Inner Tube race, boys: Bill  Jamieson & Ryan Matthews,,  Stewart Manning & Gord Leth-  am; girls: Gail Mardia & Julie  Manning, Patti Brodie & Joan  Avis. (Coastal Tires donated  tires.)  Beach Ball: Ian -Manning,  Pat Brodie, Bill Jamieson.  Diving: Rya Matthews.  Coast News, July 31, 1074.    5  Blindfold Dinghy: Gail Mar-  don & Don Campbell, Sharon  ' Twamley & John Brodie, Patti  Brodie ,& Sharon Twamley.  Relays: 12 and under:. Marnie Young, Bruce Neilson, Don-  old Brodie, Don Chilla, Kathy  Cooke.  13 and over: Gail Mar don,  Julie Manning, Avine Letham,  Bill Letham, Mark Hopkins,  IanManning.  Jousting: 14 & under: Ryan  Matthews, Bill Jamieson,  Shawn Twamley: 14 and over:  draw.  Nail Driving: "Gloria Fyles-  The Relay was won by the  North.  Tug-o-war: South captain, D.  Fyles.  Mile Swim: Steve Seep and  Ryan Matthews; Marnie Jamieson and Nadine Smethurst.  ' "Gort" Race, 14 and over:  Ryan Matthews, Bill Jamieson,  \ Shawn Twamley.  Sabot Races: Carson Trophy:  Geraldine Fyles and John Brodie, dead heat.  Grand Aggregate champions  Boys, Bruce Neilson; girls,  Joan Avis.  SOFTBALL  PLAYOFFS  Pen Hotel ��� 9  Roberts Creek ��� 1  W.P.,  A.  Skytte.  LJP.,  K.  Johnson  H.R., A. Skytte, 2, Pen.  In the second game of the  finals Alex Skytte pitched a  neat 4 hitter for Pen Hotel  and won hi9 own game with  the bat, hitting two 3-min  homers. Denny Mulligan had  two of Roberts Creek's four  hits.  Roberts Creek ��� 8  Pen Hotel ��� 5  W.P., G. Helmer.  L.P. A. Skytte  H.R., D. Mulligan, R.C.  Gary Helmer limited Pen to  4 hits as Roberts Creek won  their first.game,of the finals.  Denny Mulligan' arid George  . Gihb led the Creek attack with  2 'hits each. The big difference  in the game was 6 errors committed by Pen.  Pen Hotel ��� 5  Roberts Creek ��� 0.  W.P., F. iReynolds  L.P., G., Helmer  H.R., D. iScott, Pen  Pen Hotel won their 5th consecutive league championship  Sunday night behind the 4 hit  pitching of _?reeman Reynolds.  Craig'Chamberlin had 2 of the  -Creek's 4 hits. Next weekend .  Pen will travel to North Van  f__. the B.C. Regional Playoffs.  Story hits Time  An article in the recent issue of Time magazine referred to Gibsonite Michael Dunn  as the dean of B.C. _ musical  instrument makers. Mr. Duiuv  along with a number of other  BC. artisans, is involved in a  renaissance of traditional  hand-crafted instruments such  as lutes, dulcimers, virginals,  and guitars. Mr. Dunn says in  the article that much of the  wood used to build his instruments is found on local  beaches. Stories on Mr. Dunn's  work appeared within recent  week's in   he Coast News.  *$r  JOANN HANSEN and Stacey Rhodes of Gibsons main?  tain that black currants "sure make good jam." The  girls are picking the berries for Tony Archer who sells  them from his garden on Highway 101.  RETURNS FROM ONTARIO  Miss  Chaddie Bremner  has  returned from  Ontario  where  she visited her sister Mrs. Ruth  Cook for one week before Mrs.  Cook passed away in hospital  on July 17. Mrs. Cook for several years was a 'resident of  the United Church Albright  Manor#sBeamsville, Ont. .''  Falk. .      .  WANT SOMETHING DONE?  You'll find the help yon  in the Directory  5>  J & J COMBUSTION  Installations &  Service  FREE  ESTIMATES  Phone 886-9556  Box 545, Gibsons.  ATTIC AND BASEMENT OVERFILLED?  If you have useful, serviceable articles that you  would like to donate to the Masonic Society for  their August 10th Auction.  PLEASE PHONE BERT SIM at 886-7026    .  1 for pfomp pickup. Thank you. .  RECEPTIONIST-SEC.  Wide variety of "duties. Accurate typist, pleasant  personality and good appearance essential. Reply  in own handwriting to Box 494, Gibsons.  Ulltl  STAUIA  YOUR ORDER CAN BE TAKEN AT  COAST NEWS  Allow one week for processing  886-2622  SUPPORT GIBSONS  CLUB NOW  For your printing phone 886-2622 i-. .-I:  _5t.'. Bartholomew's Anglican  Church, Gibsons, was tastefully decorated with summer  flowers for the wedding 0*1  June 29 at 2 p.m. when Miss  Vicki Gregory, daughter of  Mr. arid Mrs. R. Lorrie Gregory, o_ Gibsons, becariie the  bride of Mr. Rick Quigley, son  of Lt. Col. and Mrs. R��M.  Quigley, of Roberts Creek.  Rev. David Brown performed  the ceremony.  The bride looked charming  in her lbrig wedding gown of  white polysuede material, Vic-  '���'���*>r' ��� ���  ASGLtCAH^ . '" .*  St. Bartholomew's  Y   Rev. David H. P.Brown  7  Sunday School, 11 a_n.  Morning Service. 711:15: ajn.  7      2nd and 4th Sundays 7  Holy Communion at 8:00 a.m.  St. Aidan's  Sunday School 10:30 a.m.  Sunday Service 9:30 a.m.  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH  11-115 sum., Divine Service  9:30 a.m., Wilson Creek  _eB0 pjxu, Roberts Creek  ROMAN CATHOLIC 8ERVICE8  St. Mary's Church  Fafter E. G> Lehner  11 a.m. Mass, Sundays  Wed.,~Fri., 7 p.m.  Phone 885-9526  BAPTIST CHURCHES  Pastor - Wilbert 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 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  Wednesday - Study Hour   7:30 p.m.   GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Veaatmr P.A.O.C.  Phone 885-7107  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday  School 9:45 am.  Morning Worship 11 am.  Evening Service 7:00 p.m.  Wed., Bible Study. 7:30 p.m.  Fri., Accent on Youth. 7:30 pjn.  Pastor G. W. Foster  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2660  Sundays. 10 a.m. & 7 p.m.  Bible Study, Tues., 7:30 p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dykes  "In His Service ���  At Your Service  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Sunday at 11:15 a.m. in St.  John's United Gthureh, Davis  Bay by an informal group of  Christian Scientists.  Everyone Welcome  Phone: 885-9778 or 886-7882  tbrian style, with Galpbn lace  on bodice and sleeves, which  she had made: She1 wore ^ a  wide brimmedihat with a; sash  around, arid carried a bouquet.  of pink; yellow and blue carnations with Twhite baby's  breath and a ribbon of each  color. " .. 7" -���  Matron of honor Sharen  Gurney wore a yellow dress  with small white raised- flowy  ers, empire waist ? and puff  sleeves, j while maid of honor  Darcy Gregory and bridesmaid  Lori ^Frederick wore similar  gowns of pink arid blue and  each carried a bouquet of  matching carnations and baby's breath with matching  ribbons. ������'������."'';  Ken Fosbery'was best man  4nd Kim Gregory and Doug  Dew were, ushers, each attir-  ;..ed,,in grey flannel pants andi  blue blazers.  The bridle's mother chose,a  yellow polyester laced up long  vest style with dress effefclt  front of triacetate jersey, while  the groom's mother chose 7 a  floor length  polyester   gown,  Coast Nerws, July 31, H974|.  white with yellow and green  with window sleeves. .  The reception was held "at  the Cedars Inn, with Mr. Ken  Gurney as ipaster of ceremonies. Mr. Charles Saigeon proposed the toast to. the bride..  For travelling on their  honeymoon to Saginaw Lake,  the bride chose a sky hlute  jersey dress with short cuffed  sleeves and inset belt at the  back.  On their return the couple  will live at (Robert Creek.  Out of town guests were  Anne and (Buster, and Lorie  Evens, Dawne and Forrest  Fennell, Mr. and Mrs. SJC.  Fennell, Dale and Mary Fennell, White Rock; Irene and  Ted Pike, Vern and Rita Gregory, Burnaby; Mrs. Pat Blake-  ly, Chic and Eunice and Denite  Gregory, Calgary, Alta.; Julia  and Jim. Piratt, and Lorettef,  Dube, Edmonton.  SAFTETY CLOSURE  To keep curious young hands  out of containers holcLing medicines, furniture polishes, or  household cleaners, is always  a challenge. A new improved  safety closure which can be ad  apted to secure such containers, while at the same time, it  enables adults to, open the containers, is the invention of  Micheal Gyenge of Ottawa1 His  invention is protected by Canadian Patent 942-707 issued  on February 26, 1974.  2,000 MILE RIVER  The Yukon OEUver^ is . navigable from W_iitehor_e to the  Bering Sea, a,distance of over  2,000 miles. The river, jwind-  through Yukon and ^Alaska  arid is completely ice free from  about June 10 until Oct. 5.  A Marriage Saved  by Relying on God  There, is nothing more  central to the message oi  the Bible than unselfed love  and. the 'healing of human  relations.  Broadcast this Sunday oyer  many stations including  CJVB, 1470 kcs. at 9:30 a.n_  The TRUTH  that HEALS  A Christian  Science Radio  *__���"__����.  LlMMlWMONOJ  flab  M. '���'.*'  ht  KOFlfe/Hl  ���BREEZE       I  ���MONAMEL  i  ���GENERAL  PAINT f  GENERAL   PAINT  V       22-010  Monamel  INTERIOR  SEMI-GLOSS  White  xzazsa&S&B-  Over 300  i.    v  NUMBERS  12:01 a.m. -August 1st  INCLUDING THE NUMBER OF THE ROBERTS CREEK  EIRE DEPARTMENT, WHICH WILL BE 885-3222  All new numbers will commence with the Sechelt prefix  followed by four other digits  All customers affected have been advised of their new numbers by mail.  These telephone number changes are included in the new August 1st  directory which is presently being delivered. P lease continue to refer to  your present directory until the new directory becomes effective, 12:01  a.m., Thursday, August 1st.  B.C.TEL&  BRITISH COLUMBIA T_2__5PHONE COMPANY  _-HB__B__________- ________3 ________ hh  Choose from hundreds of custom colors in Breeze,  Monamel and General Paint best quality finishes.  Paint with Ihe best.. ��� Save your time and moneyl  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 SUGHTLY HIGHER PRICED  'V,.-;^_^  '���   ''    '   7 Y    '. '" -        :;, .   *. .      ��� '    -  FOR ALL YOUR PAINTING NEEDS!  GENERAL PAINT  GP-4-74  Phone:886-2642 -- 886-7833 Ask ban on Chapman Ck. logging  Based on _ study of a 50  page report on the Chapman  Creek watershed the Regional  Ettstrict board has made three  recommendations to government officials concerned.  These recommedations are:  iNTo   logging   to   take   place  from   now   on   in   any   area  above   the   firebreak   in   the  Chapman Creek watershed.  No road' maintenance or new  road construction take place  from now on in the designated  area in the Chapman Creek  Study.  The -desigation of the Chapman Creek valley as a watershed for health regulation  purposes be pursued, as recommended by the technical  planning committee.  Commenting on The Chapman. Creek Report; J. Hind  Smith, Gibsons Wildlife club  officer says the long awaited  report on the Chapman Creek  Watershed .Stiidy has been ���  made public. As a club we  were instrumental in helping  get this thing off the ground  and at least one of our recommendations was included in  the final report.  'This   was   a very   coirapre-  Sometime in August we  will be serving- our twenty  thousandth customer who  will receive a large tin of  homemade shortbread'.  Will it be you? Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  hensive study involving all de  partments of government interested in conservation, forestry, wild life and the whole  spectrum of the ecological  field, (Which ranges from hydrology and climatology to the  disposition of wildlife, the mi-,  gratory pattern of birds and  geological configurations. One  can see from this brief resume;  that this was an all encompassing study and it is hoped  that the results wDl be used  as a guide to future treatments of other watershed  areas.        Y  The construction .of logging  roads, their location and engineering is a subject that was  dealt with l_uite extensively  as it certainly deserves to be  and it is hoped that the recommendations made will be  acted upon and not swept under the carpet. Logging practices too, receive quite a lot of  attention and* the recommendation that no logging, be dotne  in the yarea oi Chapman Lake  is particularly gratifying. This  was one of the things the Wild  life Club stressed.  'It must be born in mine,  that these are strictly measures that have been recommended. It is up to the public  to make sure that elected re-.  presentatjves on the Regional  board and* other such bodies  do the_r best to 7 enforce the  suggestions in the report and  to keep a close watch on future operations in the Chapman Creek area.'  Coast News, July 31, 1_74. " 7  Fall Fair for  Roberts Creek  With approval of the "Regional District board, Roberts  Creek's fall fair will be held  outside this year in Recreation Park. The fair committee expressed' a desire to hold  the event in a more natural  setting than, the ~ community  hall which has-housed the fair  in the past.  The Ifair will be held Sunday, ISept.  1  and (will feature  a    flower   show,   bake    sale,',  crafts booths, white elephants'  and a local- herbs and dried  flower display. There will also  be    contests     for    preserved  foods, baked goods, and local  produce;      raffles     for     box "  lunches and for a quilt.  The fair will last from 12  noon until dusk and the proceeds of a 25 cent donation,  children excepted, will go towards a basbeque, playground  and general community improvements. Randy Tame and  Diana Boragno wrote the  board for permission to use  the area.  Index of Escalation in House Construction Costs  LIBRARY CLOSED AUG. 3 -  Gibsons public' library* will  be closed Saturday Aug 3.  when Gibsons 1974 Sea Cavalcade events will be in full  swing. ,  WESTERN DRUG MART  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  886-7213  Cavalcade of Bargains  Prices in effect Thurs, Fri, Sat, Aug. 1-2-3  SUNGLASSES  20% OFF SUGG. RETAIL   '  See Cavacade Events Better.  CREST TOOTHPASTE  100 ml. Mint or Reg.  Mfg. Sugg. List $1.29  WESTERN'S PRICE   LISTERWE MOUTHWASH  30 oz. .Economy Size  Mfg. Siigg: last $2,69  WESTERN'S PRICE _  $1.69  ANSODENT  11 oz., M.S.L. $1.59 C\A  WESTERN'S PRICE     V^fC  SECRET DEODORANT  6 oz. Scented or Unscented  IVTfg. Sugg.YList $1.55 Cm���%~  WESTERN'S PRICE;c_l_ WC  GRAVOL TABLETS  10's Mfg. Sugg. list $1.20     j�� A__  WESTERN'S PRICE ____    D*tC  M0RTIMA WATCHES  20%^ OFF. KEEP ON, TIME    .  FOR CAYADCADE EVENTS  HERBAL ESSENCE SHAMPOO  12 oz. Mfg Sugg. List $2.29   QO_��  WESTERN'S PRICE     7QC  EVERYNIGHT SHAMPOO  Lemon, Balsam & Herbal <��|  | Jji  WESTERN'S PRICE ���    M>l��l_*  J & J BABY SHAMPOO  15.8 oz, M.S.L. $2.95        <��l   fJCI  WESTERN'S PRICE _    H#l��_/^  METAMUCIL POWDER  12 oz., M.S.L. $3.60  WESTERN'S PRICE  $2.10  J & J BABY OIL  9 oz. M.S.L   $1;83  WESTERN'S PRICE  3-RIN6 WADING  "   7       ��� "    ''''���.'��� '       "^ 7...    ' '  WESTERN'S PRICE  DIOVOL Liquid and Tablets  Mfg Sugg. List $2.60       (1   CQ  WESTERN'S PRICE _   .H> _..���_? 7  NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM  $1.09  $3.49  14 oz. M.S.L. $2.99  WESTERN'S PRICE  AIR MATTRESSES  27" x 72" ������������-���������/.  WESTERN'S PRICE  $2.29  $2.29  _  BADMINTON SET CROQUET SET  WESTERN'S PRICE _   5|>1 ��� VV WESTERN'S PRICE      JpV.VV  Enjoy all the Cavalcade Events this weekend  and don't miss the Kinsmen Beverage Garden Friday and Saturday  DougalPark  i  H  Source: Statistics Canada  The   cost  of  residential  construction   in  Canada rose 40 per cent from January of  1971 to April of 1974 ��� a rate of about  one   percent  per   month.   Home  owners  New portrait of  Queen adopted  Secretary of State J. Hugh  Faulkner has announced' that  the government of Canada has  adopted a new official portrait  of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth n.  This photograph of the  Queen, and one of His Royal  Highness Prince Philip, were  both taken by Cavouk of Tor-v  onto during the royal couple-  visit to Ottawa for the Coiri-  monwealh Conference in August 1973. ; -  Mr.    Artin    Cavoukian,    or  Cavouk, is a celebrated Canadian artist. Of Armenian orr  vigin, ihe ;was born in Turkey  iri'_8-5j and has been living iri;  r Canada since 1958. i  ��� 'Among his subjects he Thais  painted'    have    been    former  Governors   -   General   Roland  Michener and Georges Vanier,  Mme.  Vanier and representatives of the Soviet Union's art-  istic and scientific community.  7   ELECTRIC  SUBMARINE  Tfhe Department of Indian  .and Northern Affairs is one  of several subscribers to a  newly designed all-electric  submarine. Its three man crew  will conduct seismic oil search  surveys under Arctic-ice in  19,75. A surface support train  will include helicopter support and facilities .for recharging the submarine's batteries.  1971 ���- 100  should review their  insurance coverage  since a house that cost $40,000 to build in  1971 would cost about $56,000 to replace  this year.  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  HELP WANTED  Applications are invited from interested persons  for the position of Adult Education Go-orcUnator-  This is a part-time position and entails promotion and organizing of evening programs for the  period October to Marcb. Salary will depend  upon extent and returns of the prograrii. For additional information please contact the School  Board Office.  Y Board of School Trustees  '.'���".' "per 7  J. S. METZLER,  SecF_tary-_C_es^^  KIWANIS  Bar-B-Cue  GIBSONS WHARF - 5 p.m., Aug. 4  PART OF SEA CAVALCADE FUN  COME AND ENJOY YOURSELF!  PORTIONS AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN  THE RESALE VALUE OF  YOUR HOME AND  YOUR FIRE INSURANCE  When it conies to setting an adequate amount of insurance on your home,  the current resale value of your home should not be considered.  This may surprise some people but its true.  The amount of insurance you should carry should equal what it would'  cost to rebuild your home at today's inflated construction prices.  The advantage of carrying coverage equal to today's rebuilding cost is  that should you have a loss, there will be no deduction for depreciation.  In other words: Old is replaced with new!  Give us a call, we'd Uke to talk to you, without obligation, of course.  I. H. G. (Jim) DRUMMOND  Insurance Agency Ltd.  Box274, Grbsons,B.C,  Phone 886-7751 or 886-2807  NOW OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY ��� 9 - 5 ��Jiut bo t_J-n_M yon wcwn^ bowlingi''^  In Court  Gfcarles Alexander Saigeon  pleaded guilty to dri ving with  over .08 percent and was fined  $600 or two months. His driver license was suspended one  year.  Peter Aubin Gouley pleading guilty to impaired driving  was fined $300 or 14 days.  Richard Lavasseur convicted  of impaired driving was fined  $250 or five days jail.  George Boser pleading guilty to impaired driving was  fined/$250 or 14 days.  John Franklin Goodwin  found guilty of impaired driving rwas fined $250 and a further $150 for refusing to accept  a test.   '���'.'["  Edward Hill pleading guilty  to driving without insurance  was fined $250 or 30 days. He  was ���apprehended operating  construction equipment on. the  highway at 5:30 a.m. July 20.  Gregory     Stephen     I_emke  convicted of common assault  was fined $200 or 14 days jail;  on a public mischief charge he  was fined $200 or 14 days consecutively. For assaulting a  police officer he was plated  on a two year probation.  iris Myers convicted of common assault was fined $25 and  placed on probation one year.  Lisa Scyrup pleading guilty  to' driving without a driver license was fined $25 plus $100  for  driving without due care  A juvenile received one year  probation on a jCharge of break  ing into a Gibsons home.  Paul Malcolm Friberg charged with driving with over .087  percent was fined $150 or 30  days. His license was suspended three month tout can drive  during hours of employment.  Dennis __ee Stephens pleading guilty to driving without  insurance was fined the minimum $250.  8   Coast News, July 31, 1974.  OAPs trip to  Bellingham  Gibsons GAP members and  friends enjoyed a bus trip to  Bellingham on July 9. There  were 43 in the party which reported a worthwhile trip.  On Tuesday July 16^ some  41 members took, a bus, to  White Rock to sightsee and f ul  fill a return match in the bowl  ing lanes. The party arrivejd  at 1:30 p.m., had three games,  and then left to catch, the 6  p.m. ferry to Gibsons.  The next happy event will  be a bus trip to the PINE on  Wednesday August 21. There  are still seats available', and  those wiho wish to have a rest  in the middle of the, day  should contact Secretary Mrs.  Helen Raiby!, 8S--2502 for $1  tickets to the* Jim Nabors  show. The deadlihe for these  tickets is August 10.  SNOW MOLD DAMAGE  The unusually deep and  long duration snow cover in  parts of Saskatchewan in 1973-  74 favored increased snow  mold disease on winter cereals  and grasses. Surveys made in.  late April and early May by  Agriculture Canada scientists  show that some fall rye crops  in the northern areas of Saskatchewan suffered up to 60  percent damage.  Now that the w,eather_has  turned nice the activity  around   the  harbor   increases.  Above, Frank Braithiwaite of  Gibsons readies his 45 foot  ketch 'Babalatchi' for a voyage to Mexico.  30 turn out  for golf event  The first of what could become an annual event for lady  golfers took place July 23  when 30 turned out for a captain v_f. .co-captain tournament.  The losers bought lunch for  the winners team.  Co-captain Lenore Inglis'  team defeated Captain Norma  Gaines team in this two-ball  best ball game. Playing with  a full handicap proved a real  equalizer as only four points  divided them.  Golf ball prizes went to pairs  with low net scores; 1, Glenna  Salahub and Jean Whitla; 2,  Audrey McKenzie and Kay  Horvath; _, Forda Gallier and  Jeanne Mcllwaine; 4, three  couples tied, Mary Langdale  and Virginia Douglas; Ann De-  Kleer and Betty Turnbull;  Norma Gaine arid Kay Mittlesteadt.      , -  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  ��� Estate of Evelyn Louise BEGG  ' deceased, late of Gibsons, B.C.  Creditors and others having  claims against the said estate  are hereby required to send  them duly verified, to 4818  Beatrice St.. Vancouver, BjC.  before the 19th day of September, 1974, after wihich diate  the assets of the said Estfeite  will ibe distributed, having regard only to claims that have  been received.  July 31, Aug,, 7, _8.  VISIT P.N.E. '74  GIBSONS O.A.P.O. Branch 38  Wednesday, August 21  Golden Agers admission to the Jim Naibors Show  $1.00 at 2 p.m.  Deadline for these tickets ��� August 10  Please contact Mrs. Helen Rdby, 886-2502  MUNDAY HOMES  SUGGEST THAT YOU  KEEP FIT  BE THE FIRST IN YOUR COMMUNITY TO:  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 Monday Lot,,  between now and August 31, 1974.  Sales Branches at:  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 articles in lieu of this offer. - ,  count to twqw.  you ��ma_OK_.  this weekend,  You've probably heard of the two second rule. But maybe  you're not exactly sure how it works. Or maybe you don't  feel it's worth the effort. But the fact is, it can  save your life.  Here's how it works: As the car in front of you  passes a fixed point, start counting  "One, shug-a-lug-a-lug-a   Two, shing-a-Hng-a-fing-a ding*.  By the time you finish, your car should be  passing the same point. That leaves two seconds  between you and the car ahead..7 enough time and  distance to stop safely. Even if you have to stop quickly.  This weekend, remember the two second rule..  the one you can live by. Sunshine   Coast  ACCOUNTANTS  CLEANERS  W. PHILIP GORDON  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Room 208, Harris Block  Gibsons  Ph. Bus. 886-2714; Res. 886-7507  _  AUTOMOTIVE  SERVICES  NEED IKES?    \~  Come in to  COASTAL IKES  at the S-BENDS on  Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  AUTOMOTIVE - PARIS  SALES and SERVICE  ��� Rotor, Lather service for  Disc brakes' and Drum  Brakes.  ��� Valve and Seat Grinding  ALL MAKES' SERVICED  DATSUN SOPECIALIS-IS  AL JAMIESON  JAMESON AUTOMOTIVE  Gibsons      Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  !   GIBSONS Branch-Ph. 886-2201  \   SECHELT Branch-Ph. 885-2201  HOURS  Gibsons: Mon. - Thurs.  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  . Fri, 10 a.m:. - 6 p.m.  Sechelt: Tues. - Thurs.  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  i Fri, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  , Sat., 10 ajn. - 3 p.m  BUILDING SUPPLIES;       ~~  (1971) LTD.  LUMBER PLYWOOD  CONCRETE PRODUCTS  READY BOX CONCRETE  Phone 886-2642  "A complete buildihg service?  TwiaraiMHT7-  &NHum|SDPnffsij-  Everything for your building  i - needs  Free- Estimates  Gibsons ; Sechelt  886-2291-2 885-2288-9  1 & H SWANSON LTB.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel   -   ,  BACKHOES  Ditching - Exoavations  Pornpbe Bay Road  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  WINDSOR PLYWOOD  . (THE PLYWOOD PEOPLE)  Construction Plywood  Fancy Panels  Doors,   Bifolds,   Insulation '  Sidings  and  all accessories  Delivery  Highway 101. Gibsons  Phone 886-9221  BULLDOZING, BACKHOE  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government APProred  7-V: ^__��ei-':__rt__i^es"?7^  Excavations ������Drainage  yy'^wiftmti^^  Ph. 886-9579, Roberts Creek  SICOTTE BUUDOZIMG LTD.  * LAND CLEARING  * ROAD BUILDING  Phone 886-2357  BOUTIN BULLD01WG  Clearing ��� Landscaping  7    Backhoe Work  Phone 886-9824  RJK.2 Gibsons  SHOAL D-VaOPMEHT LTD.  Septic Tanks ��� pitching  Excavating,- Land Clearing  Road!  Buildirtg  Gravel & Fill  886 2830  CABINET MAKING  (MBNSIDE FURMITUW  Hardwood Specialist-  Custom Designed Furniture  Kitchen and Bathroom  Cabinetry  Remodelling  R. BEftKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  ARGOSfBN  i _  We Clean Carpets,  Chesterfieldjs, etc.  No Soap Etnildup  Stay Clean Longer  FREE ES_1IMATES  TOM SINCLAIR  Box 29< Seohelt  Phone 885-9327  12 - 1 or after 5 p.m.  CONSTRUCTION  GIBSONS BUILDIHG SUPPUES  (1971) LTD.  ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  '    READY-IVIIX  CONX3R_5JT_. - GOIAVEL  WHS-WOQD HOMES  GENERAL CPAINT  886-2642 886-7833  Highway 101 - Gibsons  nucca  NEW OR OLD HOUSES.  MASONRY  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  FRANK FRITSCH  886-9505. Box 522,  Gibsons  SOUND CONST.  Coastal and Island  Contracting for  Seawalls, Boathouses, etc.  G. Wallinder        886-93Q7  MONROE'S CONCREIf  Driveways - Walks  Placing & Finishing  _    Floors - Patios - Stairs  Box 884, Sechelt, Ph. 885-9413  FREE ESTIMATES  TURBINE BROS.  CEMENT   CONTRACTOR  Foundations  Floor-, Driveways,  Sidewalks,   Paties.  . R.R. 1, Gibsons  .Phone 886-9977 or 886-7022  JAliCA CONSTRUCTION  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  New Construction  , and Remodelling  Shaw Road                    Gibsons   886-7668   CHAIN SAWS   -   ^ ,  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S NACNME SHOP  & HARHB SffiVItt LM  Arc & Acty Welding  Machine Shop  Steel Fabricating  Automotive - Marine Repair  Marine Ways  Standard Marine Station  . Phone 886-7721s  Res. 886-9956  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES &  SERVICE  Hot Water Heating  Building & Alterations  Davis Baj^ Rd],_R.R. 1,  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2116  MARINE SERVICES  J>AK0 RBHE6USSHI6  Complete Marine & Industrial  Repairs -Y  14 & 16 ft. Canoes   :  SH, 8, 10 and 17% Runabouts  Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES  Ph. 886-9604 or 886-9111   l  ��� i '  MOVING & STORAGE  9  '.*  ���T %��*<����   mi mm iukru.  LTD.  SALES & SERVICE.  Chain Saws ��� Outboards  _ Bbats ��� Marine SuppHes  Sechelt  885-9626  DRY CLEANERS T~~    ~  Household Moving St  Complete Packing  Packing Materials for Sale  Member Allied Van Lines  Phone 886-2664 - RR. 1, Gibsons  f HR.  COIN-OP DRYCLEANERS  SAVES TIME ft MONEY  Sunnycrest Plaza  next to Royal Bank   886-2231  NURSERY  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole'a Cove  886-2938 885-9973  When renovating or  spring cleaning  Call us for your disposal needs  Commercial containers  '.;.:..: ���.:-V^Y.yvaR-_bie./7..- ,7. .;'.'-  ELECTRICIANS ~~~~~.  Mitrsmsnr  Sunshine Coast Highway  Shrubs,   Fruit   Trees,   Plants  Landscaping,   Pruning   Trees  Peat Moss & Fertilizer ���  Licensed for Pesticide Spraying   Phone 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  G & E PLUMBING  & HEATING LTD.  Certified Plumber,  Box 165 Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-7638  New Installations, renovations,  repairs, hot water heating*  sewer clearance pump repairs  & installations. Duet work.  24 HOUR SERVICE  Domestic Commercial  Industrial  PtNUCUU PLUMBING  CONTRACTING  Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  ' Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  ,      Phone 886-9-33  ->, Ray Coates ��� 886-7872  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  PLUMBING ��� PIPEFITTING  STEAMFTTTING  HOT WATER HEATING  886-7017  All work Guaranteed  REFRIGERATION  ^\BEE_JECTRIC.Td.  j  Phone 886-7605 V  Box 860    7 Gibsons  'TOWER  TO THE PEOPLE'  SIM ELECTRIC IM.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Sechelt ���. Phone 885-2062  BLAJR ELKTWCAL  Contracting & Engineering  Residential - Commercial  Wiring "  Phone 886-7816  HEATING __^____Y_  SECHarHEATING  & INSTALLATION  FREE ESTIMATES  Gas, Qil and Electric Furnaces  Pbone 885-2466  ��������� 7     7,7^^? ?26, Sechelt., ������   ' ���  -.  JANITOR SERVICE  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS  7/7,;::'-li|rEDNE_D_%Y 7  _\>R APPOINTMENTS  886-2248  SECHELT MONDAY8  Phone 885-9712     Y  REFRIGERATION ft  MAJOR APPLIANCE  -?'..',   SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used   Refrigerators   for   Sale  Phone 886-2221  From 9 ajn. to 5:30 pjn.   Res. 886-9949  JOHN HARRISON  PAINTING  A B C GENERAL PAINTING  '���'-:' Spray, brush or roll  Phone 886-2512  KAN - DO  y and Appliance Sen. kfeg  also used appliances for sale  PRATT ROAD. GIBSONS  Phone 886-9959  RETAIL STORES  HARDWARE  v.,'. *      ���  APPLIANCES  Sechelt ��� 885-9713  Welcome to  the      7  Floorshine Coast  HOWESOUTO  JAWTOft SfBVKI  Specialist- in  Cleaning  Floor Waxing, Spray  Buffing, Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone '886-713-,  Gibsons  I ���  Painting, staining,''  stained doors & bifolds.  "All work guaranteed''  Interior andi exterior.  Evenings: Ken ���'' ���-'��� 885-2734  ��� ���       Heib - 885-2936  P.O.   Box   943.   Sechelt,   B.C.  PAVING ~ '  COAST PAVING  PAVING FROM DRIVEWAYS  TO HIGHWAYS  MISS BETS  CARD AND GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road, Sechelt  P.O. Box 213 Ph. 885-9066  Coutts-Halimark Cards ft  wrappings; Gifts, Picture  Puzzles; English bone china  cups, saucers, etc.  Boutique  Items  Local Artists' Paintings  Parking Areas  Driveways, Crushed Gravel  Equipment Rentals  Main Office  Box 95, Powell River. 485-6118  Branch Office:  Sechelt. Ph. 885-2343.  9:30 to 3:30 p.m.   WANT SOMETHING DONE?  You'll find the help yon need  in the Directory  BERNINA  SEWING MACHINES  NOTIONS, etc.  repairs and service  to all Makes  FABRIC HOUSE  Marine Drive  Gibsons 886-7525  EATONS BUWJNE  CAiJLi!;-886^75i5  Gibsons B.C.  Concrete     Form:    Rentals  for all typies of basements  Complete instuctions  provided  Please Contact  HSHR FORM REMUS  (Rental Shop, Davis Bay)  Phone -85-26127  Eves:  885-2359  ROOFING  STAN HfLSTAD ROOFING  DUROID, SHAKES  OR REROOFTNG  R.R.  1, Port Mellon Highway  Gibsons Phone 886-2923  gbhal mm~  .All types/ roofing, rerooiing  and  repairs.  Guaranteed Workmanship  -Phone 885-90911   Box'948, Sechelt  SURVEYORS  robot w. ma  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St. Box 607      Seohelt B. C.  Office 885-2625 Res. 885-9581  LAND SURVEYING  ROY&WAOEIftAt  SURVEYS  1525 Robson St.  Vancouver 5 Ph. 681-9142  Zenith 6430  Sechelt 885-2332  T.V. ft RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALE 4 SERVICE LTD  ADMIRAL - ELECTROHOME  and. ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver - Ed Nicholson  ~W THE HEART OF  IX)WNTOWir SECHELT.''  Box 799.  Sechelt  ���Phone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  J M  Phllco-Ford Sales & Service  ��� We service all brands ���  885-2568  Marine Electronics  Sechelt-  KWiriv  Service Depot for  PHILIPS ��� ZENITH  RX JL - ADM.RAL  FLEETWOOD DEALER  MASTERCHARGE  Phone 886-2280  TRAILER PARK  SUNSHINE WAST TRAJLERPAH  1 Mile West of Gibsons, Hlway  Laundromat  Extra Large Lots  and Recreation Area  Parklike Setting  Phone 886-9826  TRANSPORT ^"  DOUBLE R  TRUCKING LTD.  EXCAVATING ��� SAND  GRAVEL ��� FELL  -v    Phone 886-7109  TREE TOPPING  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD  Marv  Volen,  Phone   886-9597  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs for VIEW  Top tall trees adjacent to  building.  Letters fo Editor  Editor:   Dear  Premier  Barrett^ I cannot understand why  Ythe food diept. on the ferries  runs at a. loss. There must be  exteemely bapl management in  Ybhe7 top places!    ��������������� , /7  .'.The actual cost retail on:  2 eggs, 3 slices bacon, 2 slices  brown toast, butter and mann-'  alade or honey or jam, 2 cups  tea, cofffee or chocolate is 49%  cents. Not Tjbought wholesale  and servedYbn good china with  normal cutlery this is sold in  ,a[. lineal, small cafe for $1.25  (ie. 50% cents cost  and1 25  ������.'������cents net profit) as I well  know touting large quantities  in bulk ifrorn source (no miidL-  - dile  man)   cuts   coste  by  be-  - tween 33% percent and 50  percent.  As the ferry personnel are  now. all  civil. servants   (with  _ legal right to strike!) and can-"  not   be dismissed1  except  for  theft,   may  I  suggest  that  a  good private firm of accountantsbe employed to look into  ferry Tfopd accounts.  ���I  bave   been   travelling   on  all  B.C. Ferries  for the past  12 years and never have there  b��_en bigger staffs;, worse and  mpre expensive food' and later .  ferries."  '<��� ���';:'  A; very annoyed commuter,  ���Dorothy Grreene  Editor: The ' re-building of  Elphinstone Senior Secondary  School (has begun. I would1 like  to say a BiEG THAiNK YOU  and 1-HIEE CHEERS to the  board of school trustees and  staff of Sechelt School District  46, who worked so hard, and  -with great patience/through  delays, " disappointments and  red tape.  A job well done and again  thank' you.   ���Dorothy  Szabo  THE TRUTH THAT HEALS  On the Christian Science  Radio Series The fTRUTH that  HEAIiS, advertised in the  Coast News today people tell  of the Bible message of un-  selfed love in the healing of  ,.human relations!'  - A ready^forgiveness, a desire  to see one's marriage partner  as good' and kind' and loving,  heals hurts. The clear vision  of truth, looks past apparent  discrepancies to the actuality  of being, to true character.  , Aligning our own acts with  love and trusting God with  the results, iwe bring Infinite  .Wisdom to bear on pur situation. .The effect is -always to  help and to (heal.  For  further information  or  free   literature   on   Christian.  Science,-  please   contact   885-  9778.  DECORATIONS IN PLACE  Aided by a B.C. Tel giraffe  truck Gibsons Sea Cavalcade  street decorations were put in  place by B.C. Tel staffers,  Thursday. Starting in the  Sunnycrest area down the  highway towards Cozy Corner,  the big truck plus its staffL,  did not take very long to get  them all ih position.  SOLOMON'S DOME  The landmark of Dawson  City, Yukon is the Midnight  Dome, or as it was called by  some, King Solomon's Dome.  The Dome can be reached by  car and from the 4,220-_ooti  level the whole panoramic  view of the Klondike gold  field area can be seen.  B.C is a  beautiful  Don't mess  it up -V-   V--_U��  V  TUNA  PEARS  VINEGAR  BYE THE SEA  >  7 Light Flaked, 6 oz. tin _���   CO-OP Household  128 oz.   CO-OP Fancy Bartlett  14 oz.      HEINZ White ,  128 oz.   69c  2 for 69c  c  $1;19  CHOCOLATE BARS ���*^_ $1.79  LEMONADE CRYSTALS ��S -.     69c  LIBBY'S Ass't  12 oz.   2 w69c  for  DA At c��-��p' 10's ft1?.-  DAU3    26" x 36",_ 1.5 mil      CJ_/V  CO-OP White  4 roll   75c  > i  -VSOftKw.... ~���>^?ia_.a^>v...^-.��:^^^  CORNFLAKES  KELLOGGS  24 oz.   75c  EIEANS With PORK��Z^^3for98c  ,���>'  \.  CO-OP Pieces and Stems "J       ^TO^  10 oz. _^________^for"* **C  :   ������*-__��?  "��>-  FRESH PRODUCE  PEACHES oT^T  <���<?  CORN 011 file COB   Large Cobs _.__.  BULK CARROTS  B.C. Grown, Can. No. 1  3 ibs. 39c ...  CELERY  B.C. Grown Stalks, Can. No. 1  ea.  29c  lb.  8,39c  for  St  FROZEN F<  ��ie ��  BREAD DOUGH  5 - 16 oz. RHODES, White or Brown  $12?  ORANGE JUICE  CO-OP Unsweetened, Concentrated, 6% oz.  4.<~95c  MEAT FEATURES  SMOKED  PICNIC    Choice Quality   GROUND BEEF  Fresh Ground  Less than 25% fat content   TURKEY, GRADE A  6-10 lb.   79c  lb.  lb.  lb.  PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs., Fri.- Sat., Aug. 1, 2r 3  fM. SERVICE   CENTRE  GIBSONS, BC.  Ph; 886-2522 ___  & 4th  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY  _,  SALMON DERBY  June 15 to 6:00 p.m. August 4th ��� Open Territory  ��  ENTRY FEE ��� $1 Senior; 50c Junior  1st Prize, Senior ��� Floater Jaek-t  Hidden Weight ��� 10 ft. Strip Caster Rod  1st Prize, Junior -4 Fishing Rod    '  1.  = FRIDAY. AUGUST 2nd  DOUGAL PARK  3:00 ��� Band Concert ��� HMCS Quadra  Navy Cadets >  3:30 to 7:00 ��� Children's Day  3:30 ��� Children's Pet Show  3:45 ��� A complete Children's Sports Program  under the supervision of U.P.I.U. Local 1119.  Footraces, Decorated Bicycle Parade, and  novelty races for children from tiny tots  to 14 years. ,  i   ��� ' y-    :"y'.-.y- :���;���  Raincoast Cpmpany Entertainment throughout the afternoon.  7:00 ��� Band Concert ��� HMCS Quadra  Navy Cadefe  6:00 to 2:00 a.m.1 ��� Kinsmen Beer Garden,  Tennis Cou_��.  8:30 ��� The Poseidon Adventure ��� Twilight  Theatre.       ��'  9:00 ��� Dance, "Compatibles"'��� Beer Garden.  9:00 to 2:00 a.m. 1��� Adult Dance, Legion Hall  r  V  = SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd  J_  8:00 <tm. ��� ANNUAL SEA CAVALCADE  OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT ��� 36 hole  Medal" Play  9:00 ��� Parade Assembly, Brothers Park.  9:30 ��� Parade, judging ���* 5 categories; Commercial, Society, Children, Comic, and  Specialties.  lfcOO ���r Parade commences, Park Road; left  down Highway 101; on to Gower Point  Road to Dougal Park.  11:15 ��� Firemen War of Hoses ��� Tennis Qoirrt.  11:15 ��� Exhibition Square Dancing ��� Dougal  ���������" Park. .'">       %.''  11:45 ��� Sechelt Legion Pipe Bb^'^^^^wmd;  i   jbacl_ to Government Wharf.  _2:_i0'to  GOVERNMENT WHARF  -2:00-r���: Pirate Ship War and Blowup.  1:00 ��� Open^  Cavalcade; Introduction of :<Jij6_nY..  Contestants and Official Party; -Presentation  of Parade Prizes. Master of * Ceremonies,*  Norman Boyd.  2:00 ��� Queen Crowning by Retiring Queen  Joanne Jorgenson,  2:00 ��� WORLD'S LARGEST, TUGBOAT RACE  4 categories ��� between Gibsons and Keats  Island.  2:30 to 4:30 ��� Naval Vessels Open to public  3:30 ��� Raincoast Company Drama  5:00 ��� Trophy Presentation, Tugboat Awards.  8:30 ��� The Poseidon Adventure ������ Twilight  Theatre.  9:00 ��� SEA CAVALCADE DANCE ��� Elementary School; Games of Chance; Music .by  Perm Kings. Y,  9:00 ��� KINSMEN BARON OF BEEF & DANCE  Tennis Courts     '  9:00 ��� Legion Adult Dance.  All dances to 1:00 a.m. "  Social Evening for Golf Competitors at the  Golf Course.  HiV-C SHIPS  Porte de la Reine  ��� YY  '&     .:  Porte Quebec  will arrive in Gibsons  ) on: FRIDAY, AUGUST 2  at 4 p.m.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 4th  8:00 -- GOLF TOURNAMENT continues.  (Salmon Barbecue in afternoon for  competitors.  10:00 to 12:00 ��� Gibsons Wildlife Club  Children's Fisliing Derby ��� Government Wharf.  11:00 ��� Sabot Sailing Race, Tugboat  Course.  1:00 ��� Gibsons Volunteer Fire Dept. Water  Sports7~ Swimiiiing, Burling, Jousting  and Novelty Races at Municipal Beach;  Long Distance Swim.  2:00 ��� Sidewinder Contest.  3;00-���Inboard race.  GOVERNMENT WHARF  5:00 ��� Kiwanis Salmon Barbecue.  7:00 ��� Fishing Derby Prizes  Trophy Presentations  8:30 ��� Teen Dance at Wharf. Music by  Night Train, and Penn Kings.  8:30 ���-" The Poseidon Adventure ��� Twilight  Theatre.  11:00 ��� Kiwanis. Boat Draw  11:00 ��� Special Midnight Show ��� Twilight  Theatre. FLORIST & GIFTS  JEWELRY & CARDS  886-2325  r  Friday Aug. 2nd - Saturday Aug. 3rd  ORCHID FOR LADIES  JEWELRY BY  Voltaire & Keys  CHARMS BY  Rembrandt & Forstner  Visit our HALLMARK  Card & Wrap Section  Fresh Flowers  Arrangements  y  GIFTS FOR  ALL OCCASIONS  COME IN  Browse Around  Congratulations & Best Wishes  Sea Cavalcade  m  ��& GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD.  Sunshine Coast Highway, Gibsons  886-2642 or 886-7833  .     CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO  JOHN HARVEY and FLOWERLAINE FLORISTS  ON THE OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING  CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO  JOHN HARVEY and FLOWERLAINE FLORISTS  ON THI. OPENING OF THEIR NEW BUILDING  J. & C. ELECTRONICS  TV Sales & Service  Sechelt  885-2568  CONGRATULATIONS TO  JOHN HARVEY and FLOWERLAINE FLORISTS  ON THE OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING  WINDSOR  THE  PLYWOOD  PEOPLE  Highway 101, Gibsons  886-9221  Clinic for horsemanship  There are now 1,400 users  tied into the Regional "District  water system including ttjhe  addition of 14 during the  month of _ uly, Gordon Dixon��  iworks superintendent reported  to the [Regional District board  at Thursday night's meeting  of last week. '  He also reported increasing  work    on    subdivisions, .was  creating the basis for expanding iwater use in days to come.  His report shojwed! 1,200 feet  of six inch ductile pipe laid  in the Osborne . subdivision,  "West s (Porpoise Bay and 400  feet of six inch ductile iron in  the West Sechelt Caleta subdivision plus 1,000 feet of line  laid in the fourth,phase of tlhe.  Seohelt Lands subdivision.  1,400 users for Regional water  A horsemanship clinic., is  planned for August 1_ and 19  with Miss Heather Innes of  Surrey as instructor at Brushwood Farm, Pratt road, Gibsons.     > " .^  Miss Innes is a successful  competitor and' handler ui  Arabian and Quarter-hor_��  shows. The program for Aug-  ust 18-will handle snowanan-  ship at halter in the morning  and English pleasure and English equation in the afternoon.  For August 19 the morning  subject will be Western Plea*  sure with Western equation  for the s-fternoon. Entries are  being received by P. Cramer,  R.R. 1, Gibsons, VO_T IVO.  BEST^lSHES TO  JOHN HARVEY and FLOWERLAINE FLORISTS  ON THE OPENING ��F THE NEW BUILDING  i.  "St.  _-.  -4  ELSON GLASS  ��  Sunshine Coast Highway ahd Pratt Rd., Gibsons  ,886-7359  w.-~  BEST WISHES TO  JOHN HARVEY and FLOWERLAINE FLORISTS  ON THE OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING  ROBERTS' SIGNS  No. 1, 1653 -Marine, Gibsons  886-2862  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLY Ltd.  Sunshine Coast Highway, Gibsons  886-2291  EXTEND BEST WISHES TO  JOHN HARVEY and FLOWERLAINE FLORISTS  ON THE OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING  BEST WISHES AND CONTINUED SUCCESS  TO  JOHN HARVEY and FLOWERLAINE FLORISTS  ON THE OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING  BILL BLACK ROOFING Ltd  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-7320  KEN DEVRIES & SON  FLOOR COVERINGS Ltd.  CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS  Gibsons 886-7112  EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS     :~  AND BEST WISHES TO  JOHN HARVEY and FLOWERLAINE FLORISTS  ON THE OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING  BEST WISHES TO  JOHN HARVEY and FLOWERLAINE FLORISTS  ON THE OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING  SEASIDE PLUMBING  & HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS, B.C.  886-7017 The food basket  It-Salad Time  All salad greens and vegetables .. contribute necessary  nutrients to our diet and most  are low in calories Salads containing cabbage, lettuce,, spinach, green onions, radishes,  cucumbers, celery, green pepper or tomatoes will contribute  vitamin C. /Leafy greens and  yellow or orange vegetables  provide vitamin A.  Of course to obtain the maximum level of these nutrients  it is important to start), fresh  by choosing top quality salad  ingredients at the store or  from your garden and then  treating them with care once  at home. It is wise to purdh&se  amounts that can be used  within a few days.  4799 J&S  SIZES 8-20 >r $  THE CAERE'S the newest  cover for town and trips now  thru fallf Team it wdLth. over--  blouse and pants to make  everybody turn arbiihd to ad-  niire you. Choose knits.  Printed iPattern 47 99:  Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16,  18,   20.   Yardages  in  pattern.  DOUBLE BONUS. Choose one  pattern free in New SPRENG-  SUMMER ^Pattern Catalog.  Get one free pattern printed  iniside. 100 beautiful fashions,  all sizes. Send 75 cents now.  New! Sew and Knit Book-  has basic tissue pattern $1.25  Instant Fashion Book .... $L00_  Instant Sewing Book $.1.00  For all your Sewing  and Knitting Needs  Good care adds to the life  and   flavor   of   greens.  Wadhr  them to remove any grit, then  drain and chill in a tightly  closed bag. Most salad vegetables should be washed bet-  fore storing in a plastic bag.  Mushrooms, peas and carrots  may be stored unwashed. All  salad ingredients should be  cold, crisp and dry before using them.  Protein foods such as meat,  poultry, eggs and cheese combined iwith salad greens and  vegetables can turn an appetizing side salad into a hearty,  main course salad. Try the  Chef's Salad, .suggested by.  Agriculture Canada's. Food  Advisory Service.  Chefs Salad  2   thick   slices   (7oz.)   cooked  chicken cbut in strips  2 thick slices (7. oz.)  cooked  ham, cut in strips  2   oz.  Canadian   Swiss-   style  ��� . cheese, cut in strips  2   medium   tomatoes,   cut   in  wedges  2 sliced hard-cooked eggs  6 cups torn lettuce  Vz cup sliced cucumber  Vz cup sliced green onions  Vz cup sliced! radishes  Vz cup diced green pepper  Vz tspn. salt  dash of pepper  % cup French dressing  Combine all ingredients except dressing and toss gently.  Chill. Just before serving add  dressing and serve with hot  bisquits. 6 servings.  .Triple Bean Salad  1 14 oz. tin green beans, drain  1 il4 oz. tin wax beans.-drained  1 1_ oz. tin kidney Tbfearis  1 medium onion, thinly sliced  Vz cup dicer green pepper  Vi cup vegetable oil  % cup vinegar  Dash Worcestershire sauce  Vz tspn. garlic juice  Salt and pepper to taste  1 tblsp. sugar  Combine vegetables in sal-,  ad bowl. iShake remaining in-  grediants in a jar with a tight-  fitting lid. Pour dressing over  salad. Cover and refrigerate  over-night. Stir occasionally.  . ��� ���  '   '��� . .    7   '  /7 V.  TRICKLE   IRRIGATION  Unlike conventional irrigation systems.which sprinkle  or pour a large quantity of  water onto a field in a short  time, trickle irrigation involves  a slow but constant dripping"  of water from numerous tiny  drip points. The technology of  trickle irrigation is still in its  infancy, but an Agriculture  Canada irrigation specialist is  optimistic about this ��� somewhat revolutionary way of irrigating many crops.  FABRIC HOUSE  GIBSONS  Marine Drive  886-7525  WANTED  Used furniture or what  have yon  ALS USED FURNITURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons ��� 886*2812  li\ tl) 1HMPOWEH  will be  RELOCATING  to new premises at  1240 WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  NEXT VISIT JULY 24 and 25  and thereafter every 2nd and 4th  Wednesday and Thursday of each month  TELEPHONE 885-2722  on days of service only  ation, with Celia Franca (holding the statuette), founder-  artistic director of the National Ballet for whom the award  is named, and his wife, Elaine  (right). Norman Campbell (Has  produced more TV ballet--specials than any single producer  in North America. Two, Cinderella and The Sleeping  Beauty, have' won Emmy  Awards.  4A 'Coast News, July 31, ,1974.  .___   _!___   _^^-_l   ^^__   ^^___   _^___  I REMEMBER I  g HELP YOUR ���  I RED CROSS I  __ ___��^~._'L__L   _-_._. __���  I  TO HELP   I  The National Ballet of Canada honored CBC television  producer Norman Campbell  following the company's performance   of   Giselle   at  Tor  onto _ O'Keefe Centre recently  presenting him with a 'Celia'  Award for outstanding contribution %o ballet. Campbell  is-seen following the present-  *���                                               _  Bus. 266-7111  1  Res. 273-6747  E. E. (Mickey) COE  .  BROWN BRO&. FORD  40th & ;WEST BOULEVARD,(opposite Kerris-  dale Axensa)  41st & GRANVILLE STREET,  Vancouver 13  sunshine Auto  & industrial Parts Ltd.  885-2296  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  885-2297  Moving to larger premises in the  HANSEN BUILDING next to the BUS DEPOT  o  z  LLi  o_  Q  z  <  c__  O  o  TO  >  Z  o  Expanded  Inventory  Sunshine Auto & Industrial  885-2296 , Wharf Rd., Sechelt  r.RAND OPENING  Ltd.  885-2297 Overlord tapestry at PNE  Coast News, July 31, 1974. 5__  Cattlemen not pleased  .  i  First results from a B.C.  Cattlemen's Association survey  indicate almost 600 beef animals, mainly calves were killed by protected1 predators on  ranches last year. That, says  tlhe association, is a 400 percent jump in losses.  The problem comes in the  shape of wolves, bears, cats)  and coyotes which are roaming the ranchlands of the interior; in. ever increasing numbers because hunters prefer to  go for meat animals such as  deer; moose and elk;  Conservation laws protect  them. Cattlemen say unless  they catch a coyote or wolf in  the very act of killing one of  their herd, they are not allowed to shoot it. A coyote or wolf  seen .roaming a ranch cannot  be touched.  At their annual convention  in Penticton in May, B.C. Cattlemen    called   foV   effective,  predator control measures to  ' be m_rde available to ranchers.  They also asked for legislation  to ensure that compensation  be paid to beef producers for  losses suffered.  New traffic  hitch devised  Canadian" Patent 943,989  describes an improved trailer  hitch. According to the inventor, Dan Tomen of Chatham,  Ontario, the hitch is designed  to incorporate both load-levelling and anti-sway features.  Mr. Tomen further claims that  the degree of load-levelling or  the degree of anti-sway can be  ', independently adjusted for different, types of road surfaces.  Complete details appear in his  patent issued .on March JQ, 19-  74. . -  Peninsula Hotel  CABARET  SATURDAY Aug. 3  LIVE MUSIC  Pizza will be available  Phone 886-2472 FOR RESERVATIONS  SEE  ...........   ._  - ... ^ .��� ( .  KEN DeVRIES & SON LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast. Hiway,  Gibsons. ������ -886-7112  CARPETS ��� TILES -  - LINOLEU1VIS  The Operation Overlord  Tapestry, a, major exhibit at  this year's Pacific National  Exhibition 'Aug. _7 - Sept. 2,  is more than a remarkable  artistic accomplishment.  The display, referred to as  the Overlord1 Embroidery,-is  made up of 33-panels with a  total length of 264 feet. It was  ���done by the Royal School of  Needlework, and took 23 different people more than five  , years to complete.  Major personalities like  Churchill, Rommel, Eisenhower and Montgomery ;are clearly  recognizable. In particular, the  scene on the invasnori beaches,  with pallid corpses rocked by  the surf, is indeed moving.  Overlord was commissioned  by Lord Dulverto-i in i_9��8.  British military experts from  the three forces provided guidance and advice. . The work  'will eventually find a-permanent home in London's Imperial  War Museum  upon presenta-  Vision ages  r  *  If ybuvpe age 40 or over, tpue  B.C. Automobile Association  reminds you to have a thorough eye examination. This  check is especially important  if you do a lot of night driving,  since your night vision decreases as you grow older. A\  driver at age 40 needs more  light than a person of 20^ and  at age -0 or more he needs a  considerably   greater   amount.  tioji to the British Government.  .-  ��� ,It will be ondi-splay daily  throughout the fair^ from 10:30  aim. to 10:30 p.m. in tiie Roll-  erland Building adjacent to  the Coliseum. 7  ANEW  THE  RACE  BAHA'I  OF MAN  FAITH  Pi-one  880-2078  TORONTO STAR SYNDICATE  One Yonge Street  Toronto, Ontario, Canada  **  -Mltor,  The Coast News,  Gibsons, B.C.  FIFTEEN  That many readers to any newspaper column is tangible proof of readership ��� the COAST NEWS has it.  7F?_B_3Si^ the number of Dress and Needl-craft patterns, books,  and catalogues requested through the Coast News pattern service during the first  three months of 19747  According to our surveys, women spend an average of $52.75 to complete  each dress pattern and purchase accessory items, and $10.75 for each-tieedlecraft  pattern. On that basis, the Coast News can take credit for generating $581.25 in  Unsolicited business for retail stores in your area. An impressive contribution to  your community and convincing evidence of. effective sales ability. I'm sure your  advertisers and retailers must be most appreciative of this.bonus business the  Coast News is providing them.  Sincerely, ,.  -_HN;E. WEBB    7/ -  Assistane Manager.  ;/$S?-M<0*X'  THE GOVERNMENT OFT"  THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  SELECT STANDING COMMITTEE ON MUNICIPAL MATTERS  HOWE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS  ON HEAL PROPERTY TAXATION  The Legislature has authorized th- Select Standing Committee on  Municipal Matters to review REAL PROPERTY TAXATION procedures in  British Columbia with particular emphasis on making recommendations  respecting real property tax legislation necessary to ensure the equitable  distribution of real property taxation.  To assist the Committee in this review they wish to hear from  individual private citizens, organizations, local governments, etc., who  might have suggestions or recommendations with respect to property  .taxation affecting residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural,  urban and rural properties.  Anyone interested in presenting their views are requested to inform the  Committee of their intent to do so as soon as possible. They should if at ail  possible submit a written brief by Friday, August 23rd, 1974.  The Committee will study and review all briefs after which a series of  Public Hearings will be held in September-1974 and those persons who  have subrnitted briefs will be given the opportunity to speak to and answer  <iuestioris on their submission. The Committee will also be prepared  tb hear verbal presentations at these Hearings.  The dates, times and places of the Public Hearings will be notified In  the press early in September. *  All correspondence should be addressed to:  Carl Liden, M.L.A., Chairman,  Select Standing Committee on Municipal Matters  The Government of the Province of British Columbia  / Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C. WESTFAIR AFfUJATE ��� GIBSOHS  PRICES -ACTIVE  Wed., July 31 to Sat, Aug. 3  ORANGE  FLAVOR CRYSTALS  RISE 'N SHINE; _���'- 3% bz. pkgs.  PAPER TOWELS  BETTER BUY, 2 roll Pack  79  79  GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE  CABBAGE  POTATOES  CRISP  Local Green  YOUR  DOLLAR  BUYS  MORE  YOUR  AT *��  LUCKY  DOLLAR  STORE  WELCOME TO THE CAVALCADE  OF FOOD VALUES  WE WILL BE OPEN  ���  TO SERVE THE PUBLIC  MONDAY, AUGUST 5 -10 am to 4  0  pm  fj        LIBBY'S, 12 oz. jars  Hamburger, Hot Dog, Sweet  RELISHES  3   $1.00  fori  BROKEN SHRIMP  SEALORD, _y4 oz. tin  69  %  NEW, B.C. GROWN  Canada No. 1   2 Ibs 23c  10,hs49c  WATERMELON  WHQJ-E  The Ideal Summer Cooler   TOMATOES  HQX.HOJJSE  Red 'n' Juicy  10c  49c  lb.  lb.  FROZEN FOODS  FISH STICKS  RUPERT BRAND  14 ozYpkg.   * _  HASH BROWN POTATOES  SNOWCAP  2 lb. bag   $1.19  29c  ��� in  YOUNG TURKEYS  B.C. GROWN, 6 - 10sib. average  CRY-O-VAC Frozen, Ideal for the Barbecue  CHUCK STEAKS  Canada Grade A Beef, Full Cut  99c  lb.  FRESH GROUND BEEF  Units of 3 lbs. or over  99c  lb.  CROSS RIB ROAST  Canada Grade A Beef  $1.49  lb.  VEGETABLE COATING  PAM - Aerosol  9 oz. tin   CHEESE SLICES  SEVEN FARMS  16 oz. pkg. ���_-  99c  99c  BEANS with PORK  MALKINS"  l-io_. tins ___���_���  IRllIT SALAD  Q.T.F. Tropical  '14 oz.  tins ____:���'..  3_, 79c  for  -_��� 4���  for  WHOLE CHICKEN  BONUS Cooked  52 oz. tins _ _ _ _   RICE 'N EASY  DELTA  24 oz. pkg.  ���____.  $1.69  $1.19  BABY OIL  JOHNSON'S  9 "bz. btl.   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ZinrS9c  for  DETERGENT  TIDE  80 oz. pkg. _.  $2.19  BUG-AWAY-LAMPS  WESTTNGHOUSE, 60 and 100W  39c  BLEACH  CALA, 128 fl. oz. jug  69c  FORTUNE, 19 oz. tins  2.C59C Cultural centre    $175,000 marina held up!  proposed for  Roberts Creek  Coats News, July 31, 1973T. 7A  Establishment of a general  cultural centre in the proposed Roberts Creek recreational  area is advocated by the Sunshine Coast Cultural-Committee, represented by William  Bradford, Jeremy Young and  A.J. Crane. .  This committee by letter  outlined' to the Regional District 'board at its meeting last  week a proposal which -would  include their proposed centre  in conjunction with field and  indoor athletic activities already planned.  Organizations offering their  support include Sunshine  Coast Arts Council, Driftwood  Players and related theatre  groups, (Kwahtahmoss Film  Society, an Early Music Society to be formed and a loose  confederation of artists and  teachers who work in the  fields of visual arts,' photography, clay> wood, music,  jewelry, fabrics, and' the written (word.  Some ideas put foreward include the provision fdr spaces  such as theatre space for dra-,  matic (workshops' and presentations, films music, and dance;  studio for drawing and painting: workshop for wood, metal, clay* jewelry, and' fabrics;  a darkroom and space for nonprofit recording and broadcasting.  Both the old and the young  could make full use of them;  from Senior Citizens' organdy  zations to pre-sohool puttering groups. It should also, be  noted that this area has an  abundance of talented and  highly trained people working  in the various creative dis_.p-  lines, and that they constitute  a utilizable resource. If the  Sunshine Coast continues to  grow as it- is now doing, as a  retirement or recreational area  rather, than as an industrial ,  centre, a cultural centre would  be a thing of growing value  to the community the committee'- letter maintained.  The v committee suggested  federal and provincial programs exist offering financial  support to carry out capital  works and * improvements.  Some of these agencies have  already been contacted regarding grants for both construction materials and labor.  Roberts Creek's Community Association has advised the  Sunshine Coast Recreation  Centre committee headed 'by  Eric Hensch and! Dr. E. Paetkau that it supports ibe centre's proposal for a swimming  pool and gymnasium for the  recreational area. It also urges  the consideration of a playing  field for soccer, rugby, baseball and lacrosse.  GOLD, SILVER DISPLAY  The Silver and Gold Mint, .  a new display for this year's  Pacific National Exhibition  Aug. 17 - Sept. 2', will give the  public greater insight into the  nature of these precious metals which are very, much in  the riews these days. Sponsored iby Delta Smelting & Refining TLtd. and! Western Mint  Inc., the exhibit will be located in centre court of the Home  JSho;vvcase Building, and open  between 10:30 a.m. and 10:30  pm. all -7 days of the Fair.  Regional District board  members at last week's meeting came to the conclusion  H.W. McKitrick of Francis  Peninsula was being unfairly  treated in his effort to get  started! on a &i?7,5,O0O marina  at the former Murdoch's Landing.  The spot -under consideration  was a marina with a government wharf for a. number of  years. It was burnt out late in  1973. Mr. McKitrick complainr  ed he could not get close.lo  Area A (iPender Harbor) advisory planning committee for  consultation.  Mr. McKitrick maintained,  he was also being hampered  by argument he would be closing a navigable channel. He  explained this was not correct.  Adrian Stott, board planner-  visited the .location and in his  report to the- board said he  found that even if boats were  moored on the outside of the  outermost float the channel  ���would not be seriously obstructed.  Mr. Stott also reported there  was a long history, of wharves  at this site and the immediate  upland property zoning permitted marinas with surrounding land being zoned for uses  connected with the fishing industry.   . :���" '  The planner also recommend  ed the disposition of the lease  should be . made as soon as  'possible. The need f6r Mr. McKitrick to. receive a fair hearting before the area' advisory,  planning committee was making swift decision impossible.  Board members felt that because he could not contact the  advisory planning, committee  he was being unfairly treated.  One director maintained the  committee action was a deliberate stall. At the end of^  discussion the board voted approval of Mr. McKitrick's  plan, which includes Gulf Oil  storage tanks.  The planner also maintained  delays have been caused by  lack of information and poor  communications among the Regional District department of  Tiands, Mr. McKitrick and the  -unavoidable absence of the  chairman and alternate chairman of Area A advisory committee.  Photos from opening night, 1973 Sea Cavalcade  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade  ..  INDOOR OUTDOOR DAM  v  Gibsons Elementary School  SATURDAY, AUGUST 3  LIVE MUSIC  - H  9-1 a.m.  No Minors  $4.50 per person  Gambling  Please phone Pat Muryn or any committee  member for tickets  HMCS QUADRA  OPEN AIR  BAND CONCERT  3.30 and 7 p.m. Friday  DOUGAL PARK  No Charge  _Jt?s based on my in-laws! f 8A Coast News, July 91, 1974,  YOUR  Horoscope  Horoscope for the next week  By TRENT VARRO  ARIES - March 21 - April 20  The position of the planets is  in your favour right now.  There is need to handle sup-,  eriors carefully. To demand  your rights at this time only  makes trouble. Luck is (with-:,  you if you let it flow in its  own 'channels. Don't forcer issues now.  TAURUS - April 21 - May 21  You are in the unique position  of having balf the planets in  the zodiac giving you exceptional support, -while the  others seem to be blocking  your every move. This is all  for the best.  GEMINI - May 22 * June 21  You've really got it made in  your solar chart, if jpu are  sensible enough to realize this.  If you merely day-dream  through this period you may  wake up to the fact that you  have slept through one of the  best chances of your life, l-iife  is what you make it.  CANCER - June 22 - July 22  The upsetting aspects in your  horoscope are -now gone except for a slight difficulty in  getting along with people.  This is a good time to enjoy  things: as they are, and avoid  argument or fuss.  LEO - July 23 - August 23  The transits for Leo at this  time axe very similar to those  rif Taurus. Read the" Taurus  chart, and be governed by it.  With careful handling, you  should be able to, enjoy the  summer season with great  peace of mind  |l_og or styro floats  larder,  gangplank  Iwbarves, anchors -  lus for your requiremen  Call BERT CARSON  886-2861  ^Because olyon.^  todayamanls r  on a dusty road  loading south  from  Rawalpindi  ��� ��� ���  ! reporting, analyzing, prob-  l Ing���to send you an  i eye-witness story. Other  j Christian Science Monitor  . reporters are gathering  ! facts for you In Moscow,  j Nairobi, Beirut, London,  1 Tokyo, San Francisco, and  Washington.  Because you need to  understand what's happen-  ' Ing In order to change  what's wrong and to support  whafs right.  The Christian Science  \ Monitor gives you the fact*  ; and reports how problems  'are being solved. It keeps  you Informed but not depressed ���the Monitor has  a uniquely hopeful outlook.  News, commentary, ait  entertainment, fashion,  ���ports, business, family: a  lively dally newspaper  (Monday-Friday) with  something for everyone.  For 13�� a day���less than,  two postage stamps.  7. Yat.1 want this unique d-fly  ) n��wapap��r for 4 months ~-ov��r  to Imum for only $11.  QP-yroentenclosed D Bill msl��*i  Nsms  (please print)  Street  Apt  City  VIRGO - August 24 - Sept. 22  Make plans-now for your security.  Eveiything is in your  favor at this time. Don't be. a  sucker and toss this chance  that astrology is offering you  out the door. You'll reap igreat  reward later, by: careful pfenning now. Have a happy .time.  LIBRA - Sept. 23 - Oct. 23  The slight storm is over, now  in the chart for Libra. You'll  find many new and exciting  chances to forge ahead. You  can be sure that they5-! bear  fruit (from here on.  SCORPIO - Oct. 24 - Nov. 22  Study and foresight now, will  bring their just rewards this  fall. If you've got hold of  something good now, hang onto it for- all you're worth. A  very much brighter outlook is  due all Scorpio persons.  SAGITTARIUS Nov 23, Dec 21  Right now, you are one of  fortune's, favorites. Don't iet  this lull you into a sense of  false security.. Some surprising developments are coming  your way. Be-ready to accept  them with an open mind.  CAPRICORN -Dec.22 - Jan.20  At this time you feel1 a tendency to do some pretty  strange things. Some of them  will  be  good,   others  perhaps  not  so  good.  If  you  will get  down   to  basic   fundamentals,  and build; much can be achieved.   Why   not   get   with   it  right now.  AQUARIUS - Jan. 21 - Feb. 18  You are starting a new cycle  in your life that can foe just  about what you want it to!b_.  Travel, in any form is not especially recommended. You'd  be wise to stick around home-  base. Have the world beat a  path to your door. Home li_e  can be*most enjoyable.  PISCES - Feb. 19 - Mar. 20  ���Pisces individuals, unlike  Aquarius at this time can achieve much by traveling and  learning more about the iworid  at large. A news concept; of  how to get' things that you  have always wanted,.may present itself to you. Your chart  looks good. <  Copyright 1974 by Trent Varro  All rights reserved.       ,  STYROFOAM IN ROAD ?  Highway engineers are using styrofoam insulation on an  experimental basis, under the  surface of a test section^of tihe  Mackenzie Highway in an Effort to provide additional protection for the permafrost.  ALASDAJ.R GILLIES of Glasgow,. Scottish entertainer ahd  recording artist, is the host of  Ceilidh   (pronounced Kay-lee)  on CBC-TV Thursday nights  at 8:.3Q. Gaelic ballads,; old-time  fiddling, reels, jigs and .(hornpipes set the mood bnYthe  weekly rousing musical gathering taped live before a studio  audience . at CBC Halifax by  producer,, Charles F. Reynolds.  -sonics  In order to meet the rising costs of. .providing ^service, B.C.  Hydro's electric rates wiil be increased fprJali categories of  customers; "'Y'Y ~:"��'     \.        7 ���  For residential customers, the increase, will be up to 20%; for  large industrial customers, the increase will be 50 ib 55%; for  .bulk power users, approximately 70%. Revisions of other non-  t&fisidentiai   rates,   including   general., rawsffor .commercial  ^customers, are still under review and'wilifbeannounced soons-  Inflation Affects B.C. Hydro, too  . B.C. Hydro experiences the effects of. inflation in many, areas,  just as you do. In addition to higher wages and salaries, higher  material costs and interest rates, B.Ci Hydro is faced with increases in fuel costs and new expenditures for environmental  protection measures. Among the latter are:  D Advance studies of environmental and social impact of all  potential new power projects. f; "~i^  ��� Measures to offset and compensate for "effects 'of projects  approved for development. , ,/Y. .  D Improved clearing standards for new ro|ervdirs%nd clearing programs to transform a number-pf older -Reservoirs  into attractive recreation areas. % Y  Prices Rise Rapidly ;     .  Since the last increase in B.C. Hydro's residential electric rates in  1970, there have been tremendous inflation's!^ pressures affecting our capital expenditure and operating costs.  .  Let's look at some of the changes during that time. Since 1970,  the price of diesel oil has increased 80 per cent. Bunker C oil has  risen more than 200 per cent.  The retail consumer price index for British Columbia increased  24 per cent between 1 ��70 and 1974, from 121.8 to 150.(3. The  Canadian general; wholesale index has gone up even faster  during those four years, frorh 289.9 to 444.5-Lran increase,of 53  per cent. '  Y             STANDARD RESIDENTIAL RATES*  (Expressed on Monthly Basis) "  Present Rate  , New Rate  1st 300 kwh at 30 per kwh  All additional at 1.1(6 per kwh  Minimum charge $2.00  1st 300 kwh at 3.60 per kwh  All addit|ohal at 1.30 per kwh '  Minimum charge $2.40. ;  'Excluding Diesel Areas.  i.                          -  Increase Less Than $3 Per Month On Most Bills <*  ��� .Oh 78% pf residential customers' bills (those with monthly  \'   consumption below 900 Kilowatt hours) the increase will  amount to less than $3.00 per month.  D For customers who are at-the monthly mjnimum level (66  kwh or less) the increase will be only 400.  We've all heard about successful . gardeners tail-king to  their plants. Dr.. Pearl Weinberger of .Ottawa may have  taken, this a step, further.*- She  has/developed a novel method '  of improving the growth'properties of certain plants and  seeds ,by subjecting thein to  different souhd vibrations including ultra-sonic waves. This  is fully described in her,Canadian -Patent 947,504. dated  May 21|, 1074.  -.   *.   '-���   -s.  COMPARATIVE CHARGES FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSUMPTION  Monthly  KWH    -,  . Used By  Present  Rates* *  New  Rates**  Increase  100  \  200   ) .  Apartment���No electric':  space or water heating.  $ 3.00  6,00  $ 3.60  7.20'  $0.60  1.20  400  )  700   (  House���-No electric splacfe"  or water heating.  10.10  13.40  , 12.10  16.00  2.00  2.60  .800  \  1200  /..  House���electric water'1  '-,      heating.       , . Y  14.50  18.90  17.30  22.50  2.80  3.60  1500  }  *3000  /  House-^-electric space and  water heating.  22.20  38.70  26.40  45.90  4.20  7.20  "' The above are'examples only. Use by individual customers varies with'  area, size of residence, number in family, living habits, etc.  * Excluding Diesel Areas.  ** Sales tax riot included'..'.'  These new residential rates go into effect on and after August 1,  1974, although the increase Will hot show on most customers'  ' bills untiljOctober'l or later, depending on each customer's bill-  : ing period. Y    .  r  Here are some examples of monthly electric charges at the present'and new'raies:    '���';'    ' .   ������'     .  D Small apartment suite without either electric space heating  or electric water heating:  monthly consumption, 150 kwh ��� present monthly cost,  $4.50; cost at new rates, $5.40, an increase of 900.  'D House with electric water heating, but without electric  space heating; monthly consumption, 1000 kwh ��� present monthly, cost, $16.70; cost at new rates, $19.90, an  increase of $3.20.  D House with both electric space heating and electric water  heating: monthly consumption', 3,000 kwh   ���   present  monthly cost, $38.70; cost at new rates, $45.90, an increase  _ of $7.20.  The increase in residential electric rates will be the first since  - 1970. When you compare the: increase in the cost of electricity  with-the price increases affecting, virtually every commodity and  service in recent years, the relative stability of electric rates is  apparent j , .   " ' \   ���  B.C. HYDRO Gh  Stale ZIP  \Tfce Cfirtefltn Setmo* Monltoi*  Box 126�� AstorSfstlon    v  BoatoiUAawJbh}&^qziz&

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