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Array Til-  Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C, .  The Sunshine  Printed and Published at Gibsons, B.C.  per copy  Voiume 27 Number 41, October 23, 1974.  GEBSONS 'VOLUNTEER firemen vrete really stumped on this  one. ^They'were called'" Monday afternoon *to extinguish a  smouldering tree at 'Soames" Point and when one fire truck  didn't have enough water and men, a second truck had to be  called > .----- J' ' ���*��� "     ~* * '" > 'v^- '"   '   '���  * -t>HWie'"*1urtip^^oba��5^^^vmc*e^moke'thair3��ir_~Wr there-  was some danger' of the ��� fire spreading to the surrounding  bluff. Ashes nearby were thought to have been the cause. A  bystander said the fire had been smouldering two days.  ��� Wednesday morning's 7:00 a.m.v alarm was a result of a  hay bale being placed too close to an electric heater at Gondon  Day's on Henry Road. The shed it wasin suffered slight damage.  Scheme smells to alderman  In continuing to follow'his  olfactory sense, Sechelfs. Alderman Dennis Shuttleworth  is again raising objections to  a proposed waterfowl refuge  on Porpoise Bay.   l  The proposed refuge,- as re-'  vealed by .Alderman Norman  Watson at an earlier meeting,  would be bought by the federal Second Century Fund and  leased to the village for $1 on  the condition that the property be. used for conservation  purposes/  After listening to the scheme  earlier, Alderman Shuttleworth  thought it'wfas a nice idea but'  told council he "smelted something" in the scheme.  Aid. Shuttleworth's tainted  odor arises from the fact that  New theatre  group formed  A new thektre group called  The Castaways has been formed and will be meeting in Selma Park Hall.  Th newt group, last Monday  at Wilson Creek hall heard  Ronnie. Dunn, of Jsedroofifs  Road, outline an upcoming re-  vueTwith a western theme.  John Hamilton was elected  president of The Castaways.  Barbara Christie is secretary-  treasurer; Directors are Clarence Jones, Bonnie Paetkau  and Sam MacDonald. M. Jones  will be handling public relations.  Monday, Oct. 28 the Castaways will1 audition for the revue. They are looking f qrv, sing- ;  ers, dancers, musicians, actors  and acrobats. Auditions will  be held in Wilson Creek Hall, 8  p.m"  the property involved is partly owned by a local developer.  The title is in dispute at present _and Aid. Shuttleworth  feels the village should move  in and buy it. He does not  think that a developer should  make money from a scheme  initiated,by^ the7yillage.   ...v.  "If we rezone the*, property  to recreational, we would be  taking the profit motive out  ' oif it;", said -Aid. Shuttleworth.  He felt that the .village could  then pick up ��� the property at  a bargain price.  -  f'Wll ybuy it,. develop it,  and majK-Tthe profit ourselves,"  Aid. Shuttl^prth added.  .Ald;.'7^at^.n',':ip_ptested.\'.^You  will never get It to: stand up,"  he told Aid. Shuttleworth.  A^;;;mdtibn'7'.-;,mad_:----'-by Aid.  Shuttleworth to :hold a public  referendum7r concerning the  purchase of the property failed  because no one .would" second  it.,���..- -. 7v ;.;,-,'..-;-7:.;V7,77.V- r :  ���  When the developer .who  claims title to the property  was asked after the meeting  at what price he would sell,  he told council it was "not for  sale."  Licence office  On Tuesday morning the  motor vehicle branch office,  previously located in the municipal, buildings, began operating out of its new quarters in  Elphinstone museum, Qibsohs.  Mayor Labonte said it will  take a month or so to get  things ' operating smoothly.  New.hours .for the ,motor, vehicle office are Tuesday to  Friday 9 ajm. to 11:30 a.m. and  U2:-0 to 4:30 pm. ; s  Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Few at water meeting    lockstead not  No objections raised  Gibsons voters must be satisfied with council's  plans for  future water supply, Aid Kurt^  Hoehne   surmised1   in  opening,  remarks on the water situation'  before   members   of   Gibsons'  Voters Association.  The meeting Monday night"  was attended by 30 persons and.  as Aid. Hoehne said; about the>  same number attended "-Satur^  day's public meeting in the''  United Church' hall at which  t_.e water plans were- discussed-  for the first time.       Y >|  Aid  Hoehne  noted that  at"  both meetings no protest wasj1  made.   Questions   were - asked  mainly'by people residing out"-..  side the'village as to how'they  would be affected. x  Opening   his   discussion   he  went back to the early days  of water for Gibsons, how wa-  ' ter was obtained from the top^  of Bal's Lane .and later- from *  the Winn road springs. Thenv  the cannery people started a<  water.system for their.use on  Henry Road. Now-this is part  ,of the wate^ system.-. ''  ���He - explained   the   trouble-  that arose during the Elphinstone school fire did not result from the lack of water  but from the means to convey  the water from the reservoir  to the fire. -This-was because  of a water system volume  which had not increased-with  the growth of the area. The  present council has.- made this  improvement- a priority.  He explained council's unfinished business record up until a few ���months ago-contained notation of the requirement  of a new water bylaw. This he  said was started in 1967, and  remained unfinished business  until the present council started on its waterworks program.  Dealing with the recent arrangement which turns over  to the Regional Board Pratt  Road water < systems, - Aid.  Hoehne said council decided it  would be better off looking after the problems it has within  Gibsons boundaries.  The village had quite a lot  of undeveloped land and in  order to have sufficient- supply  on  hand  it   would  have  Freight costs under fire  THigli freight rates, gasoline        The 'meeting   accepted   the  prices ..and the minibus werief     fact-the. area was part, of- a  _..- ^ ."     _t. \.'     . v *���- . ..-,,.  ,;wider ^area/in   which  prices;  ^Qrwe^e set.7 However Jbhe 'fvtfcle  ^variation drew "protests" so "the  ' issue will "be turned over to  Mr. Lockstead to see what the  government can do with it.  , As regards the minibus, feelings were a bit upset because  some had learned a 27 passenger bus was planned. This, it  was surmised by some would  put the minibus in the transportation business which they  did not expect would/bel in Y  tended. John Lewis of 7the  minibus committeewill be asked to clarify the matter.  enough on its hands to prepare  for   developments   within   its  own borders. Perhaps 20 years  from- now there might be just  one water district for the  whole Sunshine7 Coast under  -Regional board control.  - Gibsons council received  commendations from the public Saturday afternoon at a  public water meeting held in  the. United Church HaU.  About 30 people attended  the meeting, initiated by council to increase public awareness, and no one voiced any  complaints regarding the action taken in village water development.  Alderman Kurt Hoehne, water committee chairman presented - a history of Gibsohs  water development and Gordon Dixon, Regional District  waterworks superintendent,  answered questions dealing  with.the technicalities of the  water system.  One member of the public  suggested using the wells near,  the firehall for a partial water  supply. sThe wells are presently capped and not in use. A|l-  derman Hoehne explained that  the wells are hot in use be7  cause   the   costs   involved in.  their   operation  would   override the benefits.  Other questions .dealt with  water .development' oiitside the  'jurisdiction- of Gibsons'"council*."  These were referred to the Regional Board.  Put clock back  It's time for a change.  A time change, that is. On :  Saturday night set your  clock back one. hour and  when you wake up Sunday morning you'll be all  set for six months of standard time. . ���:.:  < Gibsons-   Voters - Associatfi  ^^^n^jee^^^T^^eloitt^^av/d^  members, 30 of them present,  wanted some answers.   .      ,  On freight rates from the  Vancouver side to the Sunshine Coast it was pointed out  that the merchant put the  freight costs into the price he  sells at, making the public pay  the increase,- The issue surfaced when talk opened on an  increase in passenger rates'  on the ferries. HThis turned to  freight rates. The issue will be  placed before Don Lockstead,  MLA to see what he can do.  about it.  Along with that complaint  wak? another concerning the  high price of gasoline, ranging  as some maintained from 12  to 15 cents per gallon higher  that on the mainland.  New course  for students  Vice-principal Larry Grant  explained to Gibsons Voters  Association monthly meeting  Monday night, in the Elegmefri-.  tary school, a course much different to those he had when  he was a student.       l  This course involves 40 pupils'split into two classes due  to double shift periods. It is an  optional grade, 12 dourse and  those attending it are enthused,  7/.'-The'7Course7is one that develops community service and  , has students tackling help for  pensioners, cleanup of Pioneer  Park, helps. Guides. Brownies,  -Scouts/Cubs, teacher aides and  also includes sports such as  golf, bowling,7 archeiy, hikes,  such as one- to.' the Skookum-i  chuk, and a multitude of other-  items. -:.Y7 7>.tt...7-  However he stressed the com  munity service part of the  course and explained the  course was divided into two  sessions, one from September  to Dec. ;31 and the second half  from Jan. 1 to the end of the  school year. DES7PLOURDE, vice-president of Gibsons Athletic Asso-iation  The grade twelves are plar^YT arid Thisdaughter Lisa hold trophies that were broken by vanning more, things to '^.���'��m��J^r^^'-,tijit.;^ge'. into the Athletic Hall last week. RCMP aTe still  sSineCoa-? investigating the matter.  favorable fo  fare increase  Don Lockstead, Mackenzie  MLA has announced he would  vigorously oppose any move  ��� to increase ferry fares to resir^  dents in this constituency; He'  made the statement in response  to the increased speculation .on  the possibility of fare increases  this year. He has received a  large number of inquiries on  this issue.  Lockstead said he was aware  that fares have not been increased since .1960 and that  costs ' have Tisen drastically,  particularly maintenance,-bunk  er oil, and wages. The only re-^  cent change in rates he said,  was a minimal increase in  commercial rates and a reduction to motorists travelling on  the. Texada Queen made in  September.  It has been suggested, Lockstead said, that the travelling  public should shoulder a part  of the increased costs of ferry  operation. He is oppsed to ferry increases in this constituency, where the ferries form,  ah integral part of our highway system, similar to.' the  large ; costly. bridges; }on the  lower" mainland.   ,, ,      ���..-;.������  Our highways, he said, with  their .necessary ferry links, are  for. Mackenzie residents, _ the  only reasonable meaiis^of communication and the lifeline of  commercial transport to the  Sunshine Coast, Texada and  Powell River areas. _ ^  People use the B.C. Highway  system every day withojut  Paying any tolls whatsoever  arid he maintained that the  same principle should apply  to residents of this constituency. "In view of these and  other considerations, I will  continue to oppose fare increases and work for improved  ferry services in Mackenzie.5*  he stated.  Day of Prayer  set for Oct. 30  Growing together in Christ  will be the theme of a seccjnd  community day of prayer Oct.  30 at 1:30 p.m. in. St.. Mary's  Roman Catholic Church, Park  Road, Gibsons  Further community-wide involvement arose through the  display of continued interest  and enthusiasm by a large  number of people from different churches for combined  prayer and workshop.  On Oct.   15  a meeting  was  held at the home of Mrs. E. W. ''  Davies to complete plans for  this event.  Hymns "were selected, a solo  by Mrs. Foster, and a duet by  Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Hume  are planned for the event. An  address on the theme Growing  Together in Christ will be given by Mrs. C. Nygren.  Official date  for opening  There have been various  dates flying around for the  opening of the jiew recreation  centre in Sechelt.  The official opening is now  set for November 17. So get  your skates sharpened and  your curling brooms ready for  action. 2     Coast News, Oct. 23, 1974.  Subscription Rates: British Columbia $4.50 per year;\  $2.50 for six months; Canada except B.C. $5.00 per year?  United States and Foreign $8.50 per year.  Published Wednesdays at Gibsons, B.C.  Ron Cruice, Publisher  Fred Cruice, Editor 7  Second Class Mail Registration numiber 079^ Return  postage guaranteed.  Phone 886-2622        PO Box 460, Gibsons, B.C  For grandads, grandmas!  Many grandads and grandmas in their prime of life  back in the 1930s Twillbe interested in the recent UBC  Alumni magaznie Chronicle, a copy of which reaches the  Coast News quarterly.  This quarterly covers items of interest for students  of. bygone days and. a big item in the recent issue concerns the 100th anniversary of Canadian Collegiate football. While all those who played do not get mention j  there are names in the article which, like that of Nor-  man Burley, are well known.  Here is the article from the Chronicle:  "UBC Thunderbirds will celebrate 100 years of Canadian collegiate football on November 2 With a Century  Day home game against the University of Alberta Golden Bears in ThunderbirdStadium.  "Some 40 university members of the Canadian In^-  tercolle'giate Athletic Union are participating in the cen  tennial by each designating a scheduled game as Century Day. McGill, which participated in the first football game in 1874, started things off on October 5.  "Canadian football first appeared on the Point Grey  campus in 1923-24 and has been going strong(?) ever  since. Bill Rose was the first coach, foUowed in later  years by Dr. Gordon Burke, Norm Burley, Maury Van  Vliet, Greg. Kabat, Oryilie Burke, Jelly Anderson, Don  Coryell, Frank Gnup ahd Norm Thomas.  "In the early days, XJBC played locally in the Senior  Big Four League, as well as cpm.peting against the prairie universities for tbe Hardy Gu]^ wfaic^  seven occasions. In the late 1940s and most of the 1950s,  the Thunderbirds playedAmerican football hi ihe Evergreen Conference against U.S. ini-vers-ties and cblleg-s,  but since 1959 has beeii part M the Canadian intercolleg-  ��� iate scene.,  "With new coach BVank Snuth c^hig the shots, the  Thunderbirds are ^expected ^ ihoprove^cn tlieir 2-8 record  of last season.  "With many of the stars of the past on hand, the  November 2 Century Day game should be a homecoming  to remember."  Can you qualify?  If you have the desire to become a school trustee,  the following guide for candidates issued by the B.C.  School Trustees Association will interest you:  "To be nominated, a candidate must have the signatures of two nominators plus his own signature on a nomination form which is available from the local school  board office. In addition, the candidate must also complete and sign another personal nomination form, and  also file the required disclosure statements required under the Pubic Officials and Employees Disclosure Act of  1974.  "The legal qualifications for a school trustee are set  out in Section 55 of the Public Schools Act. Generally,  any person whose name appears on any local government  voters list anywhere in British Columbia is qualified to  be a candidate for school trustee."  5 to 25 years ago  Five Years Ago  Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernacle completes renovating its  building after increasing its  size.  CoastrGaribaldi Health district officials are still trying  to get a third health inspector  for the area.  Bank of Montreal announces  reduced service charges for  those people oyer 65 years of  age.  10 Years Agfo  Increased airmail rates have  produced a new eight cent  stamp in Ottawa to cover increased air mail costs.  Les Peterson of Elphinstone  school was awarded a $250|  MadMillan-Bloedel award for  his History of the Sechelt Nation appearing in the Coast  News.  Canada Savings Bonds were  offered   the   public   at   a  five  percent, interest rate.  15 Years Ago  Gibsons council gave the fire  department consent to purchase a second fire siren to  cover the upper levels area.  Sechelt will soon get a new  RiCMP headquarters building  MP W.H. Payne . announces  from Ottawa.  Fresh local eggs were advertised for sale at two dozen  for 95 cents.  20 Years Ago  Heavy  wind   and rain  toppled a large tree on the high-ix  way     causing    rerouting     of  through traffic.  Forty-five women attended  a shower for the burnt-out  Garry family iri Sechelt, providing necessities for their  new home.  25 Years Ago  Power shortages and loss of  newspaper material in the  mail created publishing difficulties for the Coast News.  Ken Woods and Nick Gibbon are the new owners of the  Peninsula Cabs.  DBCOVERL  !he SUNSHINE COAST  Ihrough  K.CROSBY  Charles English Ltd.  886-2481 886-2098  Toll Free 687-6445  6*te$  "Yes, I'm aware that the groom usnally stands beside tho  bride���but I Imow this bride"  Amendments help women  (BY JACK PEARSALL MP.) for male and female contributors and, beneficiaries under  the Canada Pension Plan,  2) remove the retirement  and earnings tests for retired  \ pensioners,  3) establish a new formula  for determining; the Plan's  earnings ceiling and establish  a better base for faster growth  of 7future   benefits   under   he  ..���'Plan,.-- .    y '  4) change the basis of the  Plan's exempt earnings provisions and thereby provide a  greater opportunity for people  at lower income levels tb participate in the Plan*-  5) allow members -of cer-^  tain religious groupsYto -exr  elude themselves from the  Canada  Pension   Plan.  ,1 will be pleased to provide  yifhore.   information , to   anyone  I'Wfehing it. Just drop me a line  or call me at my office in Ottawa.  Two bills were introduced  in (Parliament which will be  of interest to many of my constituents. An Omnibus bill,  called the Statute Law (Status of Women) Amendment act j  will amend eight pieces of legislation and will remove provisions' of a number of acts  which presently discriminate  against women or are otherwise prejudicial to  women.  The Acts ���which will be a-  mended are, Canada Elections  act, Criminal Code. _mmigra-  tion act, Public Service Emi-  ployment act the Pension ,act  and the Civilian War Pensions and Allowances act, National Defence act, Unemployment jiasurance act. The other  Bill introduced will amend the  Canada  Pension Plan. \T,  The main purposes of these?/|  amendments are to:  1) establish equal treatment  a year.  Bonus Subscription Offer  For just $3 you can order a year's subscription ��� four issues ��� to Beautiful British Columbia  magazine and a colourful 1975 calendar-diary.  Be sure and order right away so we can announce your gift in time for Chirstmas.  This bonus subscription offer applies only to  new or renewal subscriptidns commencing with  this Winter's issue.  Order as many subscriptions as you like. It's  a great way to say Merry Christmas to yourself and  everyone on your gift list. )  Order your Subscription  at Coast News  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Notice of Public Hearing  PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  ZONING BY-LAW No. 241, 1973  Notice is hereby given that the MuniciparCouncfl.  of the Village of Gibsons will meet and hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, October 30, 1974 at 7:00>  p.m. in the Municipal Hall,  1490 South Fletcher,  Road, Gibsons, B.C. 7  At the hearing all persons who deem their interest in property affected by the following proposed amendments to Zoning By-law No. 241, 1973 will  be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters  contained in the prepared amendments.  1. That Lot 30, Block D, Plan 7714, D.L. 685 (Old Age  Pensioners' Organization site) be rezoned from Comprehensive Development Area to Public Assembly.  2. That Lots 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33, Blocks  22 to 27, District Lot 685, Plan 4856 be rezoned from  Comprehensive Development area to Single Family  Zone 2 - R2.  3. That Block 7; District Lot 842, Plan 6755 be rezoned  from Single Family Zone. 4 - R4 to Park, Recreation  and Open Space Area.  4. That Lots 19 and 20, Block C, District Lot 686, Plan  6125 be rezoned from Commercial Zone 1 - CI to Comprehensive Development Area.   .  5. That all that portion of Lot 3 lying north of a line  drawn parallel to and 164 7/10 feet perpendicular  distance from the north boundary, of the said lot,  District Lot 685, Plan 4060, except Plans 11040 ahd  13288 be rezoned from Public Assembly to Single  Family Zone 2 - R2.  .6.   That Lot B, Block 3, Plan 13288, District Lot 685 be  rezoned from Comprehensive Development Area to '  Single Family Zone 2 - R2.  7. Tlrat Lot 18 of lot 20, Block 2, District Lot 686, Plan  3307 be rezoned from Comprehensive Development,  Area to Single Family Zone 3 - R3.  8. That Lot 2, District Lot 684, Plan 4438 be rezoned  from Comprehensive Development' Area to Park,  Recreation and Open Space Area.  9. That Lot 1 of Parcel A, District Lot 688, Plan 10114,  except Plans 13789 and 14025 be rezoned from Commercial Zone 2 - C2 to Commercial Zone 3 - C3.  10. That Parcel A. Reference Plan 2567 of Lot 12, Block  C, District Lot 686, Plan 6125 be rezoned from Comprehensive Development Area to Single Family Zone  ���'���'������  2 - R2.       ���  11. That Lot A (see 379633L) of Lot 7, Blocks D,H and  J, District Lot 686, Plan 3971 be rezoned from Comprehensive Development Area to Single Family Zone  :. ' 2 - R2.  12. That Lot A, Blocks 7 and 8, District Lot 689, Plan  11571 be rezoned from Single Family Zone 4 - R4 to  .  Park, Recreation and Open Space Area.  13. Sections 567 (3), 568 (2) ahd 570 (3) be deleted from  the Village jof Gibsons Zoning By-Law No. 241, 1973.  14. Section 566 (1) be amended by replacing the words  "shall not exceed one for each three hundred and  fifty (350) square feet of lot area'! with "shall not  exceed One for each eight hundred and fifty (850)  square feet of lot area".  15. Section 571 (1) and (2) should be deleted and the  words "The height of buildings shall hot exceed  thirty-five (35) feet" inserted in its place.  16. Secton 607 be amended by adding after the wprcls  "twenty (20) feet in depth" the words "and ex<fcept  where a lot abuts navigable water no rear yard shall  ;  'be required.".' Y7Y.  17. Section 1202 be deleted in its entirety.  18. Section 1204 (2) should be amended by deleting the  words "in the case of buildings existing at the date  of this By Jaw,".  19. Sections 540, 553 and 566 should be amended by adding the following words "except that where parking spaces are provided iii or beneath a principal  building or underground, an amount may be added  to the gross site area equal to 50% of such site area".  A copy of the proposed amendmentsmaybe  inspected at the Municipal Hall, 1490 SouthYElet-  cher Road, Gibsons, B.C. Monday through Friday   .  between the hours of 9:00 am. to 4:30 pm.  J. W. COPLAND  Municipal Clerk.  For your printing phone 886-2622 Contributed  So, you don't know how to  curl, well' don't let that stop  you from trying. Curling is an  . enjoyable social passtime. You'  get out for a social evenipg  and you can enjoy a fun gatme  as well, -t Y.- \ ���, '���;  If you are new to the area,  you get to meet new people/ in  a igreat atmosphere, and if you  are an oldtimer around here,  ���you may make some new  friends. Sound like fun? It is!  A ; year from now, you will  know wjhat I am talking about  If 7 you-'cannot wait that long,  try the game in Sechelt's new  arena, become a believer, then  buy a debenture.  Curling can be learned in a  very short time because the  game is really very simple  to learn. The equipment is  Cheap too, a broom,-a warm  sweater and a pair of rubbers  SIZES  34-48  ^/^��A-/W^  No waist seam ���belt or not!  Printed Pattern 4692:  Women's Sizes are (34 (38-inch  bust with 40-inch hip) ,* 36 (40  bust, 42 hip); 38 (42 bust, 44  hip);. 40 (44 bust, 46 hip); 42.  (46 bust 48 hip); 44 (48 bust,  50 hip); 46 (50 bust, 52 hip);  48  (52 bust, 54 hip).  $1.00 for each pattern - cash,  cheque or money order.7 Add  15 cents for each pattern for  first-class mail and special  handling. Print plainly Size,  Name, Address, Style Number.  Send to Anne Adams, c/o  Coast News Pattern Dept., 60  Progress ave., Scarborough,  Ont. MIT 4P7.  DOUBLE BONUS! Choose one  pattern free in New SPRING-  SUMMER Pattern Catalog.  Get one free pattern printed  inside. 100 beautiful fashions,  all sizes. Send 75 cents now.  New! Sew and Knit Book-  has basic tissue pattern $1.25  Instant Fashion Book. ���.. ��� $1.00  Instant Sewing Book ... .$.1.00  For all your Sewing  and Knitting Needs  Marine Drive 886-7525  FABRIC HOUSE  GIBSONS  I Log  or styro floats  to\  \order,   gangplanks,  wharves, anchors '- Calll  \us for your requirements]  Call BERT CARSON  886-2861  to prevent' you from slipping  on the ice will get you into  the game.; For years the people  of the prairies -have .enjoyed,  a sport which pleasantly passes  by these Ion winter evenings,;  by those long winter evenings,  prairie pleasureYYY  You may have,noticed some  activity at -the Gibson's Winter Club lately. They are burn -  ing the " slash in preparation  for building. We hope some  ^sort of activity will be taking  place   from   now    until   next  spring when hopefully you  will see the building fully raised on the site. Y  Each day now, our project  seems more likely to become  a reality. You people are starting to get behind us and the  money is-beginning to come -in.  Our building committee's, part  of the project seems to ok  progressing at an impressive  rate. Ever since we started  two years ago7things Sre Ttfie  brightest they have. eyer been,  so  hang  in  there.     '  Just a reminder, we are still  availalble    to    answer    your  questions at 886-2-84 and 886-  7447. The first number will  get me, Harry Turner and the  second gets our president,  Gary McDevitt. Give us a call.  We will.be glad to answer any  questions you may have.  ..."  1 rememb7r!  I  HELP YOUR  RED CROSS  I  I  TO HELP   I  No fax grant  given Legion  Gibsons Council last Tuesday refused a request for a  grant-in-aid to subsidize property taxes for the QLegion.  The Legion had previously  sent an appeal to council requesting reconsideration of an  earlier council refusal.  Legion officials % had stated  in their letter that because of.  council's action the club, would  become   a   'cold,   commercial  Coast News, Oct. 23, 1974.     3  liquor dispensing operation.'  In stating the finance committee's recommendation, Alderman Kurt Hoehiie said that  he had sent but 18 question-  air es to other municipalities  andout of 16 that answered  only one had granted a subsidy on property taxes to their  local legion branch.  'I recommend we stand by  our first decision that no  grants be given to the Royal  Canadian Legion,'_ Mr. Hoehne  said. The motion seconded by  Alderman Robinson, passed  unanimously.  THE .FACTS Every British Columbian is  encouraged to take an active part in the 1975  Winter Festival. The positive benefits of participation are many. Whether your special interest  is in the development of fitness through sports;  or the nurturing of talent in a branch of the arts;  or exhibiting your skill as a craftsman; or the enjoyment of family recreation activities/ the> ap*  propriate community programme must be ere-,  ated to meet that special need. A great manyt  such programmes do exist, but many more are  heeded; Those arethefactsY  THE OPPORTUNITIES The British  Columbia Winter Festival offers cbmrnuhity leaders in recreation, sports, performing arts, fine  arts, crafts, and other organizations, a 26-day,  mid-winter period when they can showcase their  programmes to great advantage. Each event or  community programme that files.-"& submission  and receives sanction by the British Columbia  Festival Office' reaps the benefits -fvof local, regional and provincial promotion through newspaper, radio and other forms of mass communications. Colourful Certificates- of yfrartfctpation  are provided for all who take part in the province*  wide Winter l^stival .Creating gobdtcbmmunity  programmes is worth tellihg people abbut. Those  are the oppbrtuhities. r  THE ULTIMATE Community Festivals,  that encompass the broadest possible agenda of  indoor and outdoor activities, and utilize all  available facilities over a period of days or  weeks, are the ultimate objective. Many communities are organizing total participation programmes as part of the British Columbia Winter  Festival right now. Getting it all together in your  community would be the ultimate.  &&$��?  Now. That's right, now is the  time to think, tb plan, tp organize in your community. The Winter Festival goes into print on  November 15,1974. SUBMISSIONS MUST BE  IN THE FESTIVAL OFFICE BY NOVEMBER 15,  1974. Take the time to write for information and  submission forms today. Now is the time.  THE PLACE  Write to:  British Columbia Festival Office  Si   Community Recreation Branch  Si   Suite 610 - 2525 Willow Street  "   Vancouver, British Columbia. V5Z1H1  or phone: 873-4264  submission forms and information also available  at Community Recreation Branch Offices in  Abbotsford, Burns Lake, Kamloops, Kelowna,  Nelson, Prince George and Victoria.  January 23 ��� February 17,1975  Plan now to take part in the  BRITISH COLUMBIA WINTER FESTIVAL  It should be fun!  Sponsored by the British Columbia Government, Department of Travel Industry, Hon. Ernest Hall, Minister, R. L. Colby, Deputy Minister. 4     Coast NewsYOct. 23, 1974.      WORK W^Nl�� (Conffl)  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS  Phone 886-2622  Deadline ��� Tuesday noo��  5c a word, minimum 75c  for up to 15 words  Subsequent Insertions % price  . 25c added for bookkeeping on  ���ds   not  paid one  week  after  Insertion.  Legal ads 25c per count line.  Subscription Rates:  B.C. 1 year $4.50, 6 mo. $2.50  Canada ex. B.C. 1 yr. $5.00  U.S. & foreign 1 year $8.50  lOM.MG events  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons, 886-2827  SEE THEATRE AD  UNDER  MISC.  FOR  SALE  Oct. 25, Friday at 2 p.m., St.  Aidan's ACW Fall Bazaar will  be held in the Roberts Creek  Community HaU.  Oct. 30: Community Day of  Prayer, St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Park Rd., Gibsons at H:30 p.m. AH welcome.  Free Transcendental Meditation  Lecture. Thursday, 8 p.m., Saturday, 2 p.m. Whitaker House  Room 1, Sechelt. Phone 885-  3342, 885-3488.  Every Monday night, 8 p.m;,  Bingo, New Legion Hall, Gibsons.  Every Thurs., 8 p.m., Bingo,  Legion Hail, Roberts Creek.  DEATHS . ������ yy^  BROOKMAN: On Oct. 20, 1974,  Louise Brookman late of Davis Bay, B.C. in her 90th year.  Survived by her husband  Charles, nieces, nephews and  friends. Mrs. Brookman was a  member of the Order of the  Eastern Star. Memorial service  Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 2 p.m. in  the Harvey Funeral Home.  Canons Minto Swan officiated.  Cremation.          #-~-  CARD OF THANKS  I wish most sincerely to thank  friends and neighbors for their  kind expressions of sympathy  and donations to the Kiwanis  Village in my late bereavement in the loss of my beloved  husband. '  ���hMxs. G. G. Leachman  Heartfelt thanks to our many  friends and neighbors for their  cards, calls and acts of kindness in remembrance of our be-r  loved father.  ���Mr. and Mrs. Ron Leach.-'  man and family,  i       7 -.':  HELP WANTED  Experienced mature person for  housekeeping, twice monthly,  Roberts Creek area Write Box  3026, Coast News, Gibsons.  Part-time band instructor for  Madeira Park Elementary  School, 3 hours per week. Plus  night school adult band for 2  hours per week. Contact R. R.  Hanna, 886-2225. . _.  Wanted, cat driver to> build  skid'trail with a D6B cat or! a  skidder operator for a Clarke  skidder. Phone 886-9872.  TYPEWRITER  &  ADDING MACHINE  SALES & SERVICE  Phone 886-7111  WORK WAHID  Dressmaking and alterations.  Phone 886-7916.   Typing at home. Phone 886-  7916.  ,   Sewer installations. Fast, reasonable, guaranteed. For free  firm estimate phone  886-7668.  Backhoe available. Septic tank  sales and installations. Phone  Phone  886-7671.  Capable Gal Friday available  immediately, full or part time.  Good trainee in any office or  business Phone 886-7288.   Dressmaking and alterations  Phone 886-7105      .  We provide a complete tree service for the Sunshine Coast.  All work insured and guaranteed to your satisfaction.  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ,          885-2109  PAINTING  &.   LABOR  .  by  contract only  Crew  available  Phone 886-9245  Will do any kind of work  around house and garden, also  moving and hauling of any  kind. Phone 886-9503.   Backhoe available for drainage, ditches, water lines, etc.  Phone 885-2921, Roberts Creek  FURNACE INSTALLATIONS  OIL BURNER SERVICE  Financing Available  Call Thomas Heating, 886-7111  CHIMNEY   SWEEPING  Oil Stoves  Phone Ron  Crook, 885-3401  after 5 p.m.  PERSONAL  Presto  Logs  BULK  6 for  $1.   G3.S. Ph  886-28642  For Latter Day Saints in this  area, contact 886-2546.  If you are concerned about  someone with a drinkine problem call Al-Anon at 885-9638  or 886-9193. Meetings, St. Aid-  an's Hall, Tuesday, 8 p.m.  MISC. FOR SMI  TWILIGHT   THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  Thurs., FrL, Sat.  Oct. 24, 25, 26  WHERE THE LILIES BLOOM  Sidney Poitier  GENERAL  .Sun,. Mon., Tues.,  Oct. 27, 28, 29  THE PARALLAX VIEW  Warren Beatty  MATURE   ���   Warning,   occasional coarse language  Used fully automatic oil furnace, counterflo, suitable for installation at ground level. New  motors used last winter, $50.  Phone  886-9604.  Biege British India rug, 10 x 14,  best offer above $300 .Phone  886-2753.  New quilted bedspread with  matching drapes to cover 10'  ���width, $38;-Used quilted double bedspread, $9; 7.Kitchen  chrome set $114; Unpainted  bedside7 table, new $8; 60'J artificial philodendron $12. New*  firescreen with electric logs for  fireplace $40. Misc. lnens and  ornaments. Phone 886-9329.  48 bass accordon, as new.  Brownie suit size 6, Cub shirt  size 10. Phone 885-33110.  % muskrat coat, li6, $55. Spare  wheels for Pontiac, etc., includes tires 8.25x14, $1(2.50..  Phone 88fl-_262.  Electric guitar and amp: Excellent for beginner. Good condition^ ^Y^one^SSe-^SL^  3 oil heaters, almost new car-  buretors. Phone 886-2862.  CLEARANCE SALE  GIBSONS HARDWARE  4 only McCLARY 16 cu. ft.  Frost Free fridges, Reg $489:95  clear at $439.95.  17" HITACHI B .& W TVs,  Reg $179.95, clear at $149.05.  HOOVER washer, spin'.. dryer,  Reg $209.95, only $189.95.  2 only K.ELVINATOR 16.5 upright freezers, $439.95.  Phone 886-2442  Seasoned dry alder, by the  cord, $35. Phone 886-9988.  1969 GMC PickupA-T, A-l  condition, includes fibreglass  canopy and tape deck. Phone  885-3307.  Swap 13' speedboat for good 2  wheeled trailer. Value $125.  Phone 886-2350.  Near new 3 KW Pietters fiull  auto light plant; used" Lister 2  KW; large propane fridge, new  propane dryer; 2 80 gal propane tanks; Case 1000C loader  with 1% yard bucket; 600 concrete building blocks. Phone  886-7473.   1966 GMC % ton P.U. 4 sp.  trails., 17" split rim wheels and  tires, no spin rear axle* all  man. gauges, good condition.  Phone Brian, 886-9111 after 5  p.m., 886-9604   Used flectric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales.  Ph.  885-9713 Sechelt.  WANTED  Wanted to rent or buy, tent  trailer. Reply Box 3025, Coast  News, v  CARS. TRUCKS FOR SAIf   ~~  1962 Corvair, 4 door sedan, radio, good condition. Ph. 886i-  2816.  1973 Mazda 1800 station wagon  Extra snow tires on rims, 17,-  000 miles. Phone 886-7748 after 6 p.m.   '58 Landrover 4 wheel drive,  also '58 Landrover for parts.  Asking $700 or nearest cash  offer. Phone 886-9674.   BOATS FOR SALE  1969 16Y Fibreform with 65  hp Johnson motor. Good condition. Moored at Srhitty's  Marina, $1900. Phone 886-2603.  19' Double Eagle, I-O, electric  trim tabs, extra prop, life jackets, anchor, fire extinguisher.  Phone 886-7748 after 6 p.m.  Crown 18' fibreglass sail boat  with 6 hp. outboard, $3,000.  Fir-ball 16 'sail boat, brand  new, needs to be rigged and  sails. Best offer. flF_h; 886-2738  BOATS FOR SAl�� (Cont'd)  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  Rebuilt 30'  cruiser hull,  new  = decks  and  cabin.  At  government wharf. Best'offer. Phone  886-76617  19' Sangstercraft, rebuilt 80 in-  board-outboaTd Volvo, best offer over $1500. Like to trade  for trail bike. Ten speed, like  new, $75. Phone 886-9819 from  5 pm to 6:307pm.  iWrni  3 bedroom suite, waterfront,  Gibsons. Ph. 886-7108 or 886-  9605.   Apartment for rent in Granthams, 2 bedrooms. Phone 886-  2641.  .  Modern 3 bedroom home, full  basement, on 10 acres on Pratt  Rd.,  Gibsons.  Call H.   Green-,  bank, 879-6861.  2 bedroom house, located in  the village. Phone 886-7741 af-  ter-&sp.m.  2 bedroom house, centrally located in Village of Gibsofcis.  NO DOGS. Two references required. Rental $200 per mo.  Apply Box 3023, Coast News  Maple Crescent Apts., 1660  School Road, Gibsons. Suites  for rent. Cablevision, parking,  close to schools and shopping.  Reasonable rent. Ph. 886^7836.  WANTED TO REIT  Couple with child want fairly large home to rent, some  acreage Phone 438-5602 or PO.  Box 33, Station A, VahcQUver.  Responsible person Twants to  rent cabin or small house. Box  460, Gibsons or phone 886-2-221  .9 of an acre, heavily treed  with a year round creek.  FP. $11,500. Call Doug Joyce  835-2761.    Y  -. 4.6 ACRE HOBBY FARM  With view. Nice gothic arch  home at the end of Crowe  Road in Roberts Creek. Only $31,500. See Len Van Egmond, 885-96837  ACREAGE  Approx 5 acres, 290' highway frontage. Naturally  treed, gentle south slope.  FP. $25,900'Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  BETTER THAN NEW  Just outside Gibsons, 12' x  55' mobile home on 05' x  157' lot. Tall evergreens,  lawn and garden are the setting for . this beautifully  maintained home. Financing  is no problem as our owner  will carry. F.P $25,000 Call  Doug Joyce, 885-2761  LANGDALE   VIEW  HOME  Contemporary 3 bedroom  home, all cedar lifetime exterior siding. En-suite plumb  ing, unique design. Carport,  large lot, very close to  schools. F.P $53,900. Call  Stan Anderson or Bill Montgomery, 885-2385 or 886-2806  Extra large cleared lot, all  serviced. Creek front, only  one block to beach. Good,  residential area, some large  trees. F.P. $11,500. Call  Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  wis  Family dog for Sale; Phone  886-9576 after 5 p.m. or 886-  2160.   LIVESTOCK  Pekin ducks, $5 ea. Emibden  geese, $12.50 ea. Mated pairs.  Phone 886-7829  ANNOUNCEMENTS  For membership <>or explosive "-  requirements contact R. Nimmo, Cemetery Road. Ph. 886-  7778. Howe Sound Farmers'  Institute. Stumping or ditching powder, dynamite, eiectric  or   regular  caps, '. prima-cord,  HOWE SOUND WATER TAXI  New Brighton, Gambier Island,  is now under the management  of Mr. John Knight. Phones,  886-9343, 886-9691. Radio controlled..... ��� ���' . 7....:"'  Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone  885-9534, 886-9904 or 885-9327.  Gibsons meeting Monday. 8:30  p.m. in Gibsons Athletic halL  MOBILE HONES  SUNSHINE COAST  MOBILE HOME PARK .  & SALES  New models,now on display:  1974, 12 x 62. 3 bedroom Embassy, fully furn, washer and  dryer, $13,900.  8 x 35 - 1957 Nashua, 8 x 16  porch. Very clean. Set up at  12 x 68 Ambassador Deluxe, 3  bedroom, 2 bathrooms, raised  ^Hvingroom,   electric   fireplace,  "washer and dryer, Spanish de-  jbbr y -.<..-        ���-���   l-  24' x 48' Statesman, 3 bedrooms, separate dining room,  shag carpet throughout, avocado built-in dishwasher,- deluxe range,. 2 door frost-free  fridge. Fully furnished and  tastefully decorated. On view  at Sunshine Coast Trailer Park  Phone 886-9826  MORTOAOS  NEED MONEY?  %yy Mortgages  Y.Y'Y ���      Arranged  '��� ' Bought    ���:;���������-'������-.'  '?::��� .7 sold  .     First ��� Second ��� Third  IT    Summer cottages  ? and builders loans  readily available ;  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  Corp. Ltd.  2438 Marine, W. Van.  ; Phone 926-3256  EWARTMcM      REALTY  Box-2)8 Gibsons, B.C. Gibsons  Phone 886-2248 , Notary Pubflc  HOPKINS ��� Very good view lot, 50' x 540' with 8' x 18'  trailer. Good building site. Full price $13,000.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� BUY OF THE YEAR! 3 bdrm home  on large lot; good size living room with fireplace. Priced  at $30,750 with $6500 down, balance $175 per month including 9%% interest. 7  2.5 acres with 3 bdrm house in excellent condition;  fjill price $43,000. Somes terms.  Beautiful 2 bdrm home on 2 lots. Nicely landscaped,  view, A-O heat. Full price $54,000, some terms.  Phone Eves. Ron McSavaney, 88^-3339  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  GIBSONS, B.C.     YPni 886-2481  SUNNYCRESTSHOPPINGCEN-BE  TOLL FREE 687-6445  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� APPRAISALS  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS: School and Fletcher Rd. 3 lots  oh corner.. These . are/view lots on sewer. 1 folk, from  government dock. $40,000 takesall  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Davis Road; here is a home to retire in, 1 blk. from the shopping centre, Medical clinic and  Theatre, yet a quiet area of all new homes. All one level  with ample bedrooms for your visitors. F.P. $39,000.' Make  an offer.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Watch the boats go by "from this  new 3 bdrm home overlooking Georgia Strait. House features en-suite plmfog.,2 fireplaces, sun deck, rec. room,  v Make an appointment to view this luxury home on a FP  'of $58,500. 1st and 2nd mortgages available. Come in and  talk this over.  RENOVATOR'S SPECIAL: Home on good view lot in village. Sewer available. Concrete' foundation. Can be good  revenue. $23,000. Good terms.  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Home on view lot. 2 bdrm.  suite upstairs, 1 bdrm. suite down. Rented cottage at the  rear. Good revenue towards purchase. F.P. $35,000. Terms ,  available.  PRATT RD.: Over 1 acre level land, mostly cleared and  in garden and grass. Well built split level 3 bdrm home  with fireplace. Large sunny kitchen. $49,500.  GIBSONS VIEW LOT: 71 x 116, paved cul de sac, underground wiring and sewer.  LANGDALE CHINES: View lot, underground services,  paved roads $11,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: Henderson Rd., Large lot, 0.6 acres.  Close to level sandy beach. $12,500, easy terms.  HILLCREST RD.: 2 building lots with view of Howe  Sound. Cleared. Each $13,500.  DROP IN OR PHONE FOR OUR FREE PROPERTY BROCHURE. THERE IS MORE IN THERE.  Ken Crosby ,��� 886-2098  Don Sutherland ��� 885-9362 Jay Visser ��� 885-3300  CONSULT US FOR ALL  Y-   :    ^      YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS  . Phone 886-2000 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  MEMBER ��� MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  Pender Harbour: 2 miles from  Irvines Landing, 90* lakefront.  Log cabin, furnished, ideal for  the fisherman who likes both  saltwater and lake fishing.  Sandy beach, tie. your boat to  your own float. Water-ski, sail  or just relax away the rush of  city life. Asking $25,000. Some  terms, considered.  Gibsons: Situated on double  view lot, older style 3 bedV  room. home.TSpacious living rm  opens to large glass enclosed  front porch. Convenient kitchen  and dining area, 3 pc; bath,  part basement. A-il heat. Attached carport7 plus garage-  Fully furnished' for only $42,-  250.  i '   ��� " ���   7 ���'''    )'���:      - ��� ��� '  Large  view  lot,   excavation  in for building. $17,000.  Gibsons Rural: On level %  acre.. Modem and spacious 5  bedroom home with full base-  ment. The large living room  ' features fireplace and picture  window. The family sized kitchen has hew custom built  cabinets with . built-in dish  washer, coppertone appliances.  Dining room opens to large  deck. Utility; unfinished Rec  room and storage area. A-oil  heat. Concrete drive, lge carport. Attractive terms on $48,-  000.  Roberts Creek: Well situated  acre with 125' frontage on blk.  top road. Services available.  $14,500.  Gibsons: 65' x 130' level lot in  area of new homes. All facilities   available.   $10,500.  LISTINGS WANTED!  BUSINESS AS USUAL DURING ALTERATIONS  SEASIOEPUZA  Norm Peterson ��� 886-2607  PROPERTY FOR SALE  , Central Gibsons. Wonderful  view of Ho we Sound arid within easy walking distance to  downtown. This clean and com  pact home is 23' x 32' recently  renovated and partly furnished. YTdeal for retiring couple  with modest means. Asking  only $2)1,500. Phone 886-7526.  1196 sq. ft. 3 bedroom home.  Aluminum siding, newly dec-  orated, and large yard. $30,000  F.P. $8,000 cash to existing  $22,000 12% mortgage. Phone  886-7064 after 6 p.m.  SELMA. PARK  Ideal starter or retirement  home. 2 bedrooms, large living room and kitchen. Includes  fridge and new stove. Good  clean condition throughout.  Sign on property. Owner will  sell for. low down payment and  carry contract. Call owner at  879-7104 or 434-2881, Mr.  Moore.  Level, cleared lot, power aitfd  Regional water. Roberts Creek  Phone 886-7009.  SECHELT  1 acre lots in the Village (at  the end of Medusa) from $8000  :'Up7--Y7Y;-7 -TwTT 7.;: vY-,:..  Contact Robert White, National Trust, 955 Park Royal,  West Vancouver. Res. 922-6681.  Langdale Chines. New subdivision,, view lot, 85 x 150, underground services,- paved  roads, $10,950. Phone 434-6326,  876-1975.  Boy Oh Boy! When this one  said  "Personal,"   it   meant  PERSONAL.  ���~C-r"i :������,*--��� ���.-��-;-(  ;: 5*^.V-.>** ..v^-. i,v s rJM*^^ Warning signs outlined  What are the warning signs  of learning disability? '���"������'--   _  Tttie Peninsula .Assojcialfipn  for Children with Learning  Disabilities says once a child  enters school, the signs usually become painfully apparent.  The child. cannot cope with  fundamental work, although  tests show it has the necessary  potential and intelligence. The  .AlCLD lists eight other indications which should wave a red  flag  of L warning  for ^pai^ents.  iThese .are:- inappropriate behavior, distractibiiity, apparent laziness, withdrawal, short  attention span, unwillingness to  co-operate,. poor memory or  poor co-ordination.  The child may be unable to  sit still, Have trouble remembering what he sees or hears,  .show some tendency to work  from  right  to   left, display   a  general    right-left    confusion,  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. Wait 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 fhe building no  matter how small fhe fire is.  5. Dispatch someone or yourself fo nearest  roadway fo direct Firemen or R.C.M.P.  write letters  upside  down or  backwards,   or  walk,   run, .or  skip more awkwardly than is;  considered normal for.his age.  Hyperactivity, aggressiveness  or withdrawal may also be  forms of cover-up ��� ways of  diverting attention from the  fact that the child can't cope  with the tasks assigned.  The PAIOLD is having their  first meeting of the new school  year presenting a film called  Early Recognition of Learning  Disabilities. There will be a  panel of remedial reading  teachers to answer questions.  The meeting will be held Oct.  28 at 8 p.m. in Sechelt momentary School. The public is  invited.  For further information,  phone Mrs. C. Fisher at 886,-  2362 or Mrs. Reid at 886-258ll.  Normally. Chapman, the  Hank doesn't care how its  employees spend then coffee  break...  $399.00     $285-00  OPENING SPECIAL  One Week Only  J &.C Electronics & Appliances  OPPOSITE RED AND WHITE STORE, SECHELT  Master Charge 885-2568  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  BOWLING    About peppers  J  .'i GIBSONS LANES  ���, Freeman Reynolds, a real  classy bowler, showed good  form Wednesday night rolling  a 388-842 total and then coming back Thursday night with  ���a 306 single. Ken Skytte also  had a nice 301 Wednesday  night. The rest of us had corner pin problems but still some  good games rolled.  . Tues. Coffee: Bonnie McConnell 232 (687), Joari Fraser  224 (656), Lila Head 254 (655),  Carole Skytte 226 (632).  . Tues.    Mixed:   Kathy   Clark  225 (621'), Larrie Grant 269  X759), Vic Marteddu 298 (713),  Art Holden 255 (7I1'1).  Wed. Coffee: Louise Carroll  259 (636), Curtis Gillmore 226  ,(608).  Ball & Chain: Tina Youdell  285 (639) Carol McGivern 240  (620), Freeman Reynolds 388  (842), Ken Skytte 301 (724).  Thurs. Mixed: Orbita delos  Santos 264 (569), Freeman  Reynolds 306 (736), Marv Iver-  eon 248   (696).  Swingers: Sue ? 165 (320)  (2); Art Teasdale 173-458 (3);  Dick Oliver 202-352   (2).  PeeWee Bantams: Sheryl  Douglas 107-210 (2), Hillary  Fromager 139-227 (2).  PeeWees (2): Brian MacKay  128 (_99), Andy Solinsky 104  (169).  Bantams: (2) Michele Solinsky 177 (330), Jimmy Reynolds  142  (266).  Juniors: (3) Leslie Iverson  207 (555), Scott Phillips 237  (604).  _ Seniors:   Susan   Vedoy   199  (571),   Gerry   McConnell   263  "(Vl7).  SOCCER  Oct. 21:  Division 7:  T-Men 3, Nomads 2.  Douglas Flye-lB L Warriors 1  Division 5 & 6  �� Gibsons Legion 8, Kenmac 4.  When vegetables are seasonally abundant, as they are now,  the economy - minded food  shopper has special reason to  choose sweet peppers. They  are quite low in calories, about  15 per medium pepper, and  very rich in vitamin C, for one  pepper, raw or cooked, provides the full amount of vita  min C needed each day.  Coast News, Oct. 23, 1974.     5  Green peppers * have long  been popular for stuffing and  baking. They add a spot of col  or and extra zing to salads,  cottage cheese, relishes, chicken a la king and even sandwiches. Peppers, stuffed with  minced ham or chicken, beef  hash, ground meat, potato  salad, fish or egg mixtures,  rice or other pasta in tomato  sauce with cheese, have always  added pep to.a meal.  I  CROSSWORD PUZZLE  ACROSS  1. Devoured  4. Moby Dick's  pursuer  8. Balances  11. Old-time  radio's  "Vic ahd  12.  13.  14.  15.  17.  18.  19.  j 20.  1 21.  i  Y23.  . 1  . i     .  I 25.  727.  f 28.  -1 30.  33.  34.  36.  '37.  '   t  38.  39.  40.  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Spirit lamp  BEACON HILL LODGE  A  NEW CONCEPT IN RETIREMENT LIVING  On the banks of the Capilano Riyer in a tranquil setting in West  Vancouver, Beacon Hill Lodge offers a new concept in retirement living  and enjoyment.  We are close to Park Royal shoppng centre on the North side of  Lions Gate Bridge ��� convenient to the Ferry Terminal ��� with no need  to go through downtown Vancouver.  We have many recreational programs. Three full meals are served  daily with tea and coffee always available.  Warm relaxing lounges are provided on each floor where you may  meet new-found friends., Each room is comfortably furnished with wall-  to-wall carpeting and you may bring some of your treasured possessions.  The view from your room is one of the best in Vancouver.  The resident's personal needs are met by a trained staff 24 hours a  day.  Retirement living really does begin at Beacon Hill Lodge. Come  and visit us soon.  PH.926-6856  525 CLYDE AVE. WEST VANCOUVER Cereals Fit in Anytime  Cereals have always had  top Yratinig with Canadians  since they are easily - grown  and stored and supply good  .food value. Wheat and bats  are Canada's two main cereal  grains and are available in  many-forms, from whole grain  cereals to the individually  packaged instant variety.  Whole grain or enriched  cereals provide more for your  money than refined cereals  and those which require some  home, cooking are less expensive than the ready-to-eat type  A bowl of .steaming cooked  whole grain cereal served with  milk is a great way to start  the day and keeps 'mid-morning nibblersV satisfied until  lunch time.  Of course there are those  who prefer their cereal at another time in another way.  Oatmeal cookies from the  cooky jar aTe a favorite way  with children. Dessert is also  a good time to enjoy cereal.  Try. a fruit crisp topped with  an oatmeal mixture or the delicious Cho co-berry Ice Cream  Loaf. This ample dessert layers  chocolate and  strawberry  ice   cream  with wheat  germ,  the part of the wheat which  is removed in the milling of  white flour.  Choco-Berry Ice Cream Loaf  Vz cup butter or margarine  % cup brown sugar  2    cups ' unsweetened    wheat  germ 7  2/3 cups chopped walnuts  1 pint softened strawberry ice  cream  1   pint softened chocolate  ice  cream  In saucepan melt butter; stir  in brown sugar and cook over  medium heat until bubbly.  Mix in wheat germ and walnuts. Remove from heat. Set  aside Vz cup; divide remaining mixture in half for layers.  (Press mixture evenly into  9 x 5-inch loaf pan. CMU.  Spoon strawberry ice cream  over layer, freeze. Repeat with  second layer of crumb mixture and chocolate ice cream.  Top with remaining wheat  germ mixture. Cover and  freeze. May be stored 1 week  in freezer. 8 servings.  Is this your car? B.C. license  EAD 9110 with 1971 decals. B_  so you had better tow it awatyf  or the RCMP. will do it for  you. Under the Highways  Scenic Improvement Act police will have all abandoned  vehicles towed away at the  expense of the last registered  owner.  If you abandon your car on  a public right-of-way not only  will you have to pay the towing charges but you are also  subject to a fine upon conviction.  THE  BAHA'I  FAITH  UNIVERSAL PEACE and  UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD  886-2078  AUG./SEPT.   OCT./NOV. .DEC/JAN.   FEB./MAR. APRIL/MAY JUNE/JULY  Do your Hydro costs look like this  let  Use Hydro's Equal Payment Plan  Just ask Darnel  lor  Hydro bills are now being sent every two months. Think about/this: The  highest bills of the >year come right between Christmas and Income Tax,  when you want them least. .Y  We think we have a better idea. We call it the Equal Payment Plan.  Quite simply, we estimate your yearly Hydro costs and spread them over  twelve equal payments. That way, you can budget for the same amount  every month.  When the Taylor family was planning a new  home, they looked at the work of several builders.  , And, in the end, they decided to take their ideas  to Westwood Homes.  It was a wise choice. Because at Westwood we <  offer a complete home-building service. We  can help you every step of the way���from turning  your ideas into practical plans, through the  actual construction to finished product. We can  even help you arrange financing.  And you'll be assured of a quality home, built  from the finest kiln-dried materials, at a reasonable  cost.  So, when you're thinking of a new home, take ���  a tip from the Taylors.  Shop around.  Then talk to your  Westwood dealer.   m^^^M BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES (1971) Ltd  Sunshine Coast Highway    -    886-2642, 886-7833  If that makes sense for you, give us a call  or fill out the coupon below and pop it in  the mail today.  B.C. HYDRO  I  I  l  I  I  I  I  I  I  i  I  PI  m  m  ���  B.C. HYDRO (CUSTOMERS'ACCOUNTS)  970 Burrard Street "*������  Vancouver, B.C. V6Z1Y3  May I please have full details on your Equal Payment Plan.  NAME.  (Show cycle, area, ledger and  -     folio as on bill.) Sunshine   Coast   service   guide  ACCOUNTANTS  CABINET MAKING  W. PHILIP GORDON  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Room 208, Harris Block  Gibsons  Ph. Bus. 886-2714; Res. 886-7587  AUTOMOTIVE  SERVICES  NEED TIRES?  Come in to  COASTAL IKS  at fhe S-BENDS on  Highway 101  Phone 880-2700  AUTOMOnVE - PARC  SUB and SERVICE  ��� Rotor Lather service for  Disc brakes and Dram  Brakes.  ��� Valve and Seat Grinding  ALL MAKES SERVICED  DATSUN SPECIAIJ��re  AL JAMIESON  JAMIBdf AUTOMOTWE  Gibsons     Phone 880-7SHO  BANKS  " ROYAl BAJIK Of CARADA  GIBSONS Branch-Ph. 88f-*8tl  SECHELT Branch-Ph. 885-2201  HOURS  Gibsons: Mon. - Thurs.  10 aan. - 3 p.m.  Fri, 10 a.m. - 6 pjn.  Sechelt: Tues. - Thurs.  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  Fri, 10 a.m. - 6 pjn.  7       Sat., 10 a_n. - 3 pan  BOWLING  GIBSOHS LAKES  OPEN BOWLING  Fri. 7 - 11  Sat. 2 -5, 7-11  Sun. 2 - H  BUILDING SUPPLIES  TWIN (REHiIMn  4 BUILDlW SUPPLES LH.  ; Everything for your building  tTY  : , needs  Free Estimates  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2291-2      885-2288-9  L&HSWAHSONLTi.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BAGKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Porpoise Bay Road   -  885-9666, Box 172, S-chelt, B.C.  WINDSOR PlYWOOD  (THE PLYWOOD PEOPLE)  Construction Plywood  Fancy P_riels Y  Doors,   Bifolds,   Insulation  Sidings  and  all accessories  Delivery  Highway 101, Gibsons  Phone 886-9221  BULLDOZING,' BACKHOE  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government Approved  Free Estimates  Excavations��� Drainage  Waterlines, etc.  Ph. 885-2921, Roberts Creek  SICOTTE BULLDOZING LTD.  * LAND CLEARING  * ROAD BUILDING  Phone 886-2357  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  Clearing ��� Landscaping  Backhoe Work: ]'  Phone 880-9824  RJt. 2 Gibsons  SHOAL DEVftOPMEOT LTD.  Septic Tanks ��� Ditching  Excavating - Land Clearing  Road  Building  Gravel & Fill  886-2830  JOHN ROBINSON CONTRACTING  Backhoe, Ditching, Drains,  Waterlines, Etc.  Box 237, 'Gibsons,  B.C.  PHONE   886-7983  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  DEADLINE TUESDAY NOON  Phone 886-2622  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Custom Designed Furniture  Kitchen and Bathroom  Cabinetry  Remodelling  R. BIKKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 885-3417  CLEANERS  We Clean Carpets,  Chesterfields, etc.  No Soap Buildup  Stay Clean Longer  FREE ESTIMATES  TOM SINCLAIR  Box 294, Sechelt  Phone 885-9327  12- 1 or after ,5 p.m.  '^jrr^^^^0^^^^^^m^m^m^^^  CONSTRUCTION  J  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLES  (1971) LTD.  ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  READY-MIX  COJSPQKEfTE - GRAVEL  WESTWOOD HOMES  GENERAL  PAINT _  886-2642 886-7833  Highway 101 - Gibsons  i|l|iPi::iig^;:&^^  HEATING  STUCCO  NEW OR OU> HOUSES  MASONRY  CONSRION  FEANK FRITSCH  086-9505. Box 522, Gibaoos  SECHET HEATM6  & mSTAUATIOM  FREE ESTIMATES  Gas, Oil and Electric Furnaces  Phone 885-2466   Box 726, Sechelt.   '  JANITOR SERVICE  Coastal and Island  Contracting ffrr  Seawalls, Boathouses, etc  G. Wallinder        880-9307  MORRFS CONCKIf  Driveways -Walks  Placing A Finishing  ^    Floors - Patios - Stain  Box 884, Sechelt, Ph. 885-9413  FREE ESTIMATES  LTUREME  CEMENT   CONTRACTOR  Foundations  Floors, Driveways,  Sidewalks,   Patios.  R.R. 1, Gibsons  Phone 886-9977 or 886-7022  Welcome to the  F-oordrine Coast  JAMITOt SBTVKE  Specialists in Cleaning  Floor Waxing, Spray  Boiling, Window Cleaning  888-7131,  GIbesstt  LOCKSMITH  LOCKSMITH  MOBILE LOCK  AND KEY SERVICE  PHONE  886-2132  MACHINE SHOP  JAUCA CONSTRUCTION  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  New Construction  and  Remodelling  Shaw Road Gibsons  886-7668  DRYWALL SfRVICES  TAPING & FINISHING  MAC CAMERON  885 -2TOO y  CHAIN  SAWS  At the Sign of the Chevron  HHi'S MACHME SHOP  & MUM SERVICE IM.  Arc & Acty Welding  Machine Shop  Steel Fabricating  Automotive r Marine Repair  Marine ^Tays  Marine Station  Phone 886-7721  Res. 886-9956  MARINE; ,_..  PAZCO FIBREGLASSING  SECHaT CHAIN SAW CENTRE   ���������:v��*i^��W!^  *��� . LTD.  SALES & SERVICE  Chain Saws ��� Outboards  Boats ��� Marine Supplies  Sechelt 885-9626  DRY CLEANERS  1  HR  COINOP DRYCLEANERS  SAVES TIME & MONEY  7   Sunnycrest Plaza  next to Royal Bank  880-2231  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  886-2938 885-9973  When renovating or  spring cleaning;  Call us for your disposal needs  Commercial containers  available  ELECTRICIANS  _J  14 & 16 ft. Canoes  6%, 8, 10 and 17% Runabouts  Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES  Ph. 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOVING ft STORAGE  LBI WRAY'S TllANSFK W.  Household Moving & Storage  Complete Packing  Packing Materials for Sale  Member Allied Van Lines  Phone 886-2664 - RR. 1, Gibsons  NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Highway1  Shrubs,   Fruit   Trees,   Plants  Landscaping,    Pruning   Trees  Peat Moss & Fertilizer  Licensed for Pesticide Spraying  Pbone 886-2Q84  OPTOMETRIST  WhBEELECTRIClTd  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER  TO THE  PEOPLE"  OPTO+ffTRBT  SIM ELECTRIC Lfd,  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2062  BLAIR HKTRJCAL  Contracting ft Engineering  Residential - Commercial  Wiring  Phone 886-7810  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS  1     WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS  886-2248  SECHELT MONDAYS  Phone 885-9712  PAINTING  A B C GENERAL PAINTING  Spray, brush or roll  Phone 886-2512  PAINTING (Confd)  KAN -DO  PAINTING  Painting, staining,,  stained doors & bifolds.  "AH work guaranteed"  Interior and exterior.  Evenings: Ken   - 885-2734  Herb - 885-2936  P.O.   Box   943.   Sechelt.   B.C.  PAVING  COAST PAVING  PAVING FROM DRIVEWAYS  TO HIGHWAYS  Highways, Parking Areas  Driveways, Crushed' Gravel  Equipment Rentals  Main Office  Box 95, Powell River. 485-6118  Branch Office:  Sechelt. Pfh. 885-2343.  ,   9:30 to 3:30 p.m. /  PLUMBING  RAY NEWMAN HUMBUG  SALES ft SERVICE  Hot Water Heating  Building & Alterations  Davis Bay Rd., R.R. I,  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2116  6&E PLUMBING  4 HEATING LTD.  |   Certified Plumber,  ' Box 165 Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-7638  New Installations, renovations,  repairs, hot water heating,  sewer clearance pump repairs  Yft installatibns. Ductwork.  24 HOUR SERVICE  Domestic Commercial  Industrial  PENINSULA PLUMBING  CONTRACTING  Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  Port Mellon���Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  Phone 886-9533  Ray Coates ��� 886-7872  "lEAMlt^ro  PLUMBING ��� PIPEFITTING  STE AM-'llTING  HOT WATER HEATING  880-7O17  All work Guaranteed  RADIATORS  G 6. E RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos, v Industrial    and   Heat  Exchangers  We Guarantee All Work!  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-up and delivery service  REFRIGERATION  RETAIL STORES  CARD AND GfT SHOP  Wharf Road, Sechelt  P.O. Box 213 Ph. 885-MM  -butts-Hallmark Cards ft  wrappings; Gifts, Picture  Puzzles; English bone china  cupa, saucers, etc.  Boutique  Items  Local Artists' Paintings  C    IS  4  APPLIANCES  Sechelt ��� 885-9713  BERNINA  SEWING MACHINES  NOTIONS, etc.  REPAIRS AND SERVICE  TO ALL MAKES  FABRIC HOUSE    -  Marine Drive  Gibsons 886-7525  CALL 880-7515  Gibsons B.C.  ROOFING  STAN HILSTAD ROOFING  DUROH>. SHAKES  OR REROOFING  R.R.  1, Port Mellon Highway  Gibsons ,-.        Phone, 889-2923  6HERAL R00F1HG  All types, roofing, rerooilng  and'  repairs.  Guaranteed Workmanship  Phone 885-9091  Box 948, Sechelt  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. AUa ~~~  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St. Box 607  Sechelt B. C.  Office 885-2625 Res.  885-9581  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine (Building - Wharf Street  Box 609, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332  T.V. * RADIO  J & C ELECTRONICS  Philco-Ford Sales ft Service  ��� We service all brands ���  885-2568  Marine Electronics  Sechelt  JOHN HMD-SMITH  REFRIGERATION  ft  MAJOR APPLIANCE  SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used   Refrigerators   for   Sale  Phone 886-2231  From 9 ajn. to 5:30 pjn.  Res. 886-9949    JOHN HARRISON  REFRIGERATION  and Appliance Servicing  also used appliances for sale  PRATT ROAD, GIBSONS  Phone 886-0959  NEVENS'TV  Service Depot for  PHILIPS ��� ZENITH  R.CJL - ADMIRAL  FLEETWOOD DEALER  MASTERCHARGE  Phone 886-2280  SUNSHINE COAST W  SALES & SERVICE LTD  ADMIRAL - ELECTROHOB-E  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver - Ed Nicholson  ��_N THE HEART OF  DOWNTOWN SECHELT."  Box 799, Sechelt  Phone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  YOUR  Horoscope  Horoscope for the next week  By TRENT VARRO  ARIES - March 21 to April 26  The only as_>ect in Aries for  the present, is one that might  cause some slight "confusion"  in communications. This not  telegraph, TV and radio,:, but  only deals with telephone,  You never had it so good in  with such things as newspapers, publishing and writing'.  TAURUS ��� April 21 ot May 21  You never had it so good In  Taurus with Mars still sitting  right over Jupiter, in the middle of Virgo  in direct  trine  aspect to your sim. This is-  one of the most "lucky" aspects in the zodiac.  GEMINI - M_��y 22 to June 21  Venus, the planet of love, is  not helping your sign much  this week. It might be best to  stick to the conventiohal commercial business matters for  the time being.  CANCER _ June 22 to July 22  A lot o| plain "hard work" is  indicated for the next week,  but this won't bother: you  much as your energies are up  to it. You may even find that  you are enjoying it.  LEO - July 23 to August 28  A great easing of tension  should accompany this period.  Business and legal matters  are under extremely favorable  aspect. If you are thinking of  investment be SURE you get  EXPERT advice.  VIRGO ��� August 24 to Sept. 22  The chart this week is almost  identical to that of Taurus.  You Should read; the Taurus  message and be guided by it.  There's���������)'_.'. strong possibility  that marriage may be coining  up for single Virgo individuals.  LIBRA -Sept. 23 to Oct. 23  All types of writing, publishing, radio or TV workTlook  most pi^omisihg for Libra  right how. Some slight health  problemsmay still be present,  but it should leave shorty.  SCORPIO - Oct. 24 to Nov. 22  * Water activity is very strongly highlighted for Scorpio., In  the business world this may  have a lot to do with ships  and shipping. Be cautious  around, electricity.  SAGITTARIUS-Nov 23 Dec. 21  Venus the planet of love, has  just entered the sign of Sagittarius. This is bound to smooth  out many perplexing problems  that-have bothered you in the  :<I^tiYY'';Y:77 YY.Y. ��� Y  CAPRICORN - Dec 22 Jan 20  Much "action" is indicated iri  the sign of Capricorn at this  time. Business activities  should be goodj This doesn't  mean that ydii're going to set  the world on fire but you'll  probably enjoy it.  AQUARIUS - Jan 21 - Feb. 18  Aqiiarius persons should be  settlingdpwiiito a more composed way of life now. A  change of environment may  be. coming up soon, that  should prove much more ac-  ceptableto your wishes.  PISCES - Feb. 19 to March 20  Some "changes" in business  dealings may become necessary, but you will gain in the  long run; Don't "push" but rather "follow" the advice of experts in whatever you are engaged in.  (Copyright   1974   by   Trent  Varro. All rights reserved)  TRAILER  PARR         .  SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER PARI  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 ��� FILL  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. For your printing phone 886-2622  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS  GIBSONS 886-2827  Sun.. Mon., Tues.  Oct. '27, 28, 29  Thurs., Fri., Sat.  8 p.ni.  Sidney Poitier  Oct. 24, 25, 26  WHERE THE LILIES BLOOM  GENERAL  mmmmmvf  ���- -YY*r ���''���'  v  y  _��_* *  PflftAUAX VIEW  3\_-_JLUJCil_i  v. vN.     ��/*v  sV^/w^mM  warning,- ucoasionai coarse language  STUDENT RUSH hour at Elphinstone can make Highway 101  quite congested. With the lack of space in the high school portables students must cross the highway to take some of their  classes in the elementary school.  FEATURES  Rib or Loin  End Cut  $T.19Ib  Si  Can; Gar. A Beef  $2.09lb  In_p_pted Shoulder  Boned and Rolled  $139  lb.  Red Hot Specials  Co-op Skim Milk Powder 3 lb. Bag $1.89  ;3fv   -     v r -   ^      __i  ~   -4^>v.;'   ^ _    m d_k  k "'5'  Cryov_c Halves  $lo89 Zb.  Puritan Vegteable Soup   lOoz.tin 100  WAXBEANS  CO-OP  14 oz. tins  3 *j79c  for  DOG MEAL  GAINES  10 lb. bag  NABOB Reg. or Fine Grind  2 lib. bag   CHEEZWHIZ  2 lb. jar  .TAkM*    Orange Crystals  I AND    2 - 7 oz. bags __-__-___.  TOMATO JUICE ^  $2.49  $2.09  89c  PUMPKIN PIE FILLING  LIBBY'S  28 oz. ���  PANCAKE SYRUP  NABOB  32 oz. _  WINE SAUERKRAUT  BICK'S  32 oz.  _  BEANS with PORK  LIBBY'S  19 oz. __  49c  FROZEN FOOD  Meat Pies      Fish & Chips  YORK, 8 oz. SNOWCAP, 20 oz.  2^79c 69c  DOG FOOD  PERFEX  128 oz. _.  POWDER  80 oz. _______  HUSKY  25% oz. tin ______  Fresh  Garden  PRODUCE  B.C. GROWN  Potatoes  Gem No. 1  10 lbs69c  B.C. GROWN  MEDIUM  Onions  4 a. .49c  B.C. GROWN ,  GREEN  Cabbage  12c ib. .-  $2.99  79c  49c  89c  $2.19  3^89c  for  MARLBORO White  4 roll  ________________  APPLE JUICE  SUNRYPE Mcintosh  48 oz.  _____________  PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs., Fri., Sat., Oct. 24, 25, 26  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  Yi-i  CO-OP  GIBSONS, B.C.  Ph. 886-2522 Helpful hints about laws!  By Cpl. D. J_. P|tlCE"  This week and in weeks to  come, I will be discussing court  procedures.. Unless a person is  a frequent "visitor to court or!  has some legal training, most  people have a limited knowledge of Courts  It is necessary, at first, to  explain that all laws "are either  criminal or civil^As the" police  only deal with the' criminal  laws,' I will try to explain what  will happen to you-if you receive a notice to appear in  court on a criminal- delated  matter.  All criminal laws are divided into tw_ 'basic groups, summary conviction offences and  indictable offences. Indictable  offences are commonly called  the most serious types of offences ami would' include mur--  der, rape, break-ins and thef,ts.  For these, types of offences the  police^have the right to coin-  pel an accused person to.sutf-  mit to fingerprinting and have  your picture taken. This authority is in the Identification of  Criminals Act.  Summary conviction offences  are considered not as serious  as    indictable    offences T  and'  some examples would be causing a disturbance 'by fighting,  1 wilful damage .under ,$50 and'  most provincial statutes. Some  offences, for example impaired  driving, canl-e tried either by  summary conviction or indictment and this option is open to  the Crown Counsel, the lawyer  acting  on  behalf  of  the  Crown. Normally, however the  first offence of impaired dfiv-,  ing is tried by way of summary conviction.' In summairy  conviction offences, the accused person has no option on how  he may be tried. In indictable  offences, for some offences, "an  accused person has what, the ���  courts call election. This gives  you the right to choose which  court you wish to be tried.  The three courts are Magistrate's Court, Judge or Judge u  and Jury. Iff you elect to be ���  s   tried by a judge or a judge and  jury, the provincial,court judge  will hold a preliminary hearing to decide if there is suffU-'  cient evidence to hold you over  for trial. He does not find you  guilty or not guilty. Once you  have been held over for trial,  it would then ibe necessary for  you   to  appear  in Vancouver  (this is for offences commit-  '   ted in the County of Vancouver) for trialY  Next week, I will continue  the discussion of court procedures dealing basically with  our local court, magistrate's  court or provincial court.  Volleyball  (By. MARLA SCHNEIDER)  On Oct. 19 our Junior and  Senior Girl's teams travelled to  Squamish for a volleyball'tournament. The Junior girls played first against jPort Moody  whom they defeated. They then  went on' t6. play and defeat  Hillside and Howe Sound.-  This  last win  qualified the  girls for the finals which meant  tl^ey would again be up against  "Hillside.  This last  game was  very exciting and well played.  All the girls kept cool and'defeated Hillside, to win the Junior  girls Tournament. '"  Our Senior girls had mean-  ', while- won "their   first   game  against Howe Sound and had  then defeated Pender Harbour.  The  next game  was  against  York'House to wfhom-we lost.  It was a 'fast game and' the  Seniors put up a good fight  Within the.next few minutes '  we  were  playing  Pemberton.  Our   girls   played   this   game  very well. They were also tired  from the  previous game  and  so" lost also to Pemberton.  The Senior girls were then  told that since Pemberton and  Elphinstone had" both > won < two  games, they could play one  more game, wih the winner  going to Kamloops to reprer  sent the Howe Sound district.  Once more we were Con the  floor against Pemberton who  eventually won. The girls played hard and quite well together all day and for the last  game, they put everything into it.  Both . Junior- and Senior  teams played very well. Our  Junior placed first out of six,  our Senior placed third out of  six and our overall position  was second out of twelve. Our  thanks to Squamish for hosting the tourney and providing  lunch.  HARD TIMES DANCE  SUNSHINE COAST SOCCER ASSOCIATION  LEGION HALL, GIBSONS  Saturday, November 2-9-1  PENN KINGS  For tickets call 886-9890  REFRESHMENTS  $3.00 each  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  The Village Council of Gritoso__JYwish 1�� announce  that there will be a PUBLIC 3V_EETING to discuss  the operation and. general improvements to thfe  Gk>vfc__Hrient Wharf facility, Gibsons B.C.  Tuesday, October 29, - 7:30 pm.  UNITED CHURCH HAIL  corner of Glassford and Tru-man Roads, Gibsons  / -        .���'..."���������������   ���". ������''.''"���  AM persons who use the 'government wharf and  those interested in its effects on mi? Cotitaunity  are urged to be m  LUCKY DOLLAR  FOODS  WESTFAIR AFFILIATE - GIBSOHS  PRICES EFFECTIVE  Thurs., Oct. 24 to Sat., Oct. 26  We reserve the right to limit quantities  TOUR  DOLLAR  BUYS  . MORE  AT  YOUR  LUCKY  DOLLAR  STORE  CREAM OF MUSHROOM SOUP  CAMPBELL'S A  10 oz. tins .<_   t" for  LUNCHEON MEAT  TULIP BRAND  12 oz. tin   \  TOMATO KETCHUP  HEINZ                 * QO__  32 oz. btl. __    O^C  V . VEGETABLE JUICE  48 oz. tin i     j9C  COLGATE FAMILY TOOTHPASTE  100 ml. tube     8VC  CONVERTED RICE  UNCLE BEN'S  32 oz. pkg.   SALAD OIL  HARVEST  32 oz. btl. -.."���  $1.19  $1.44  TWO FRUIT SALAD  ARDMONA !>TV  14 oz. tins -     SIC  t *        "t r  SANDWICH SPREAD  KEAET _����_.  , 16 oz. jar _��� ....    07C  CAT LITTER  KITTY KIT *Ttt__  10 lb. bag      / VC  v   ���-    - ��� ���  Margarine  HARVEST BRAND  3 lb. pkg.  $1.59  Cheese Slices  KRAFT Canadian  Singles, 1 lb. pkg.  $1.19  Bathroom  Tissue  . CASHMERE  4 roll pack  73c  Tomatoes  CORINA Standard  28 oz. tin  43c  Evaporated  Milk  ALPHA  15 oz. tins  3 for O3c  Refuse Bags  GLAD, 10s  $1.15  Light Bulbs  WESTINGHOUSE  Inside Frosted  40 - 60 - 100 watt  2 bulbs  MEAT FEATURES  DAT DA ACT chuck ^ Roxmd Bot^ QQ_��  ��� VI   KVA-PI     An economical favorite    ^3^C iDt  h  CROSS RIB ROAST  Tender : ______.  SIDE BACON  DEVON  > ���,.--���  By the Piece  $1.39  -,'���-"'.y" - '.''���'i.7'.:.  $iS  Ah.  lb.  ���   ft  WIENERS  MAPLE LEAF. All Beef  1   lb.  pkg. _  * :_   89c  FRYING CHICKEN  B.C. Grown, Fresh.  Cut up, Tray Pack--  79c  4b.  i_  f AI If A _PE  CT__PI_f C MAPLE LEAF Summer <��l   Q Q  JAUjAUL JI IllYJ or Salami, 1% lb. av. .14> ��� .07  HUBBARD SQUASH  B.C. GROWN    9C lb.  PEARS  FLEMISH or BARTLETT  B.C. GROWN, Grade Canada Commercial  2 ibs. 45c  GRAPEFRUIT  FLORIDA, Pinkror White  Sfor T9C  Medium ONIONS  Grade Canada No. 1  3 __��� lbs. 14   Coast News, Oct. 23, 1974.  "���;.���.������������.'   ,       ...      - ' '   '  ���; /"' T" ��� '" '    . '.  ' ___���__���������__���_____���������������������__������__������  �� YOUR MAP  SONSKDff COAST  at the  COAST NEWS  yyaty-: &&:���,;.���  Skyline joyriding protest  A Gibsons resident, W.M.  McGown, complained to council by letter of the joy-riding  buffs speeding up Skyline  Drive.  ^their speedy ascent of the  bluff hill has made "it a veritable    speedway.     Screeching  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 - 8 p.m.  FIREMEN'S BINGO  lOGarnes ^ $1000 Jackpot  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  Elphinstone :Recreation. Committee, sponsors  DOOR PRIZE- 3 cards - $5.00  tires as the cars careen around  the two dangerous curves fill  the air with the sound of om-i  inous tragedy,' Mr. MoGown  writes.  Mr. McGpwn further- writes  there is a lack of police sux'-  veilance of, the bluff area, no  warning signs' for the dangerous curves, and no center line  on the road:  The area is being spoiled  for many of us -who have (built  here and enjoyed the surroundings when there was  reasonable traffic sanity,' the  letter states.  Commenting on the complaints council .said there are  30 xnph signs on Skylijie Drive  and that the center lines are  the responsibility of the highways department.  Alderman Stuart . Metcalfe  felt that the problem is not so  much a lack of signs as enforcement of the speed limit.-  Council will send a copyjof  theTletter to R<qMP,an��~AJld.  BUriiaing, .head ot)the '^public  worlds ' Committee,*' will check  the sign problem  /j** 'A-'.~_.  HARVEY  ~.77'-?'iiV.  Seaview Road  Gibsons  886-9551  t6e ScCKtAiHC &M4t  COMPLETE SERVICES  LOCAL OR DISTANT EtmtALS; CREMATIONS; MEMORIALS  7 PRE-ARRANGEMENTS  DAN DEVLRT ��� OWNER-MANAGER  Sunnycrest  expansion  need questioned  On recommendations of plan  ner Roto Buchan one of the  questions that Gibsons Council has asked regarding the  million dollar expansion of  Sunnycrest (Plaza deals with  the immediate need of such  an expanded plaza.  Is there an immediate need  in Gibsons for-a trading area  of such magnitude?  ���. Charles English, secretary of  s Sunnycrest Plaza, and one of  the key figures involved in the  expansion, feels there is.  1   In* a letter  to council Mr.  ^.English stated that out of 19  merchants desiring space in the  new plaza only 5 will be new.  JThe * rest -are  merchants   al-  * ready, established arid, operating in the shopping- center, de-  . ^ sirintg   lhote"'. jspace, .* or   mer-  ' chants 'from other village areas  who wish to re-locate in the  plaza. - -  Mr. .English states that in  the i^bsent-Jfilans pnly 12,000  square feeVhas Aotbeen spok^  en for. 'We will have' _ive nation wide leases for banking,  pharmaceuticals, oil companies  and'fopd markets.'  - The' target date for completion of the expansion is 1975.,  ' Council will consider -the adid-  itioijai information.  MOTORBIKE THEFT  Gibsons RCMP reported  theft of a nfiotorcycle. Thursday night, belonging to KSm  Underwood. The motorbike, a  71974 Honda 1<75 bearing license  plate number 136&9 was taken  from the owners' garage sometime Thjirsday night or Friday moriffing.1 The bike is valued at $1,200.  .V ,  New Canada Savings Bpnds are a g reat  |<$$fcif^ income, jrtd  ^fte)^tiity.^hey^' a secure inyestment,  ^eJ^^by^^Mjthetrjfsources of Canada.  rT^s^pay9%^o a year, guaranteed to you  ^y_ar aftery ear f or 9 years.  Canada Savings Bonds can be bought  for cash or on installments wherever  7 you bank. or,inyest,in;= amounts from $50  up to $50,000. ftnd, as always, they are  ^  cashable anytime at their full face value  plus earned interest. .. Buy��� New .panada  Savings Bonds today. ^'-'W r  And remember, past Series of Canada  Savings Bonds are now worth more than  ever. The cash bonus payments have been  increased to ^produce, from ^raifiper  *1, 1974 to maturity, an averagiefinnuaj  yield of 10'/2%. Complete details are  available where you bank or invest.  1_S  THE GREAT  ^E^URTFY ��� Ir^OME -F-JEXIBIUTY  ,-k  r?S5& ~w  ****.  v/oimas on tv. and v*e*t}&GHr &m��r  NH5HT A&ouf-VWff&t CNAtiA/mLlOrptoXW*  Bruce Campbell Bulldozing  ROAD BUILDING, LAND CLEARING, etc.  Hillcrest Ave.. Gibsons  886-7672  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  Sechelt  NOTICE OF ELECTION  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the electors  Rural Area "A" of School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  that I require the presence of the said electors at  the School Board Office, Gibsons on Monday the  28th day of October at the hour of 10 o'clock in the  forenoon for the purpose of electing 2 persons to  represent them as School Trustees. Nominations  will close at 12 o'cock noon on October 28th 1974.  ��\'  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be  as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by  two duly qualified electors of Rural Area "A" of  this School District. The nomination paper shall be  delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between the date of this* notice and,j_oon of the day  of nomination. The nomination paper may be in the  form prescribed in the Public Schools Act and shall  state the name, residence and occupation of the person nominated in such a manner as to sufficiently  identify such candidate. The nomination paper shall  be subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being n_ces_a_y such poll  will be opened at:  Egmont Elementary School  Madeira/Park Elementary School  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  West Sechelt Elementary School  Pender Harbour Auto Court  (formerly Lowes)  on the 16th day of November, < 1974 between the  hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. of which every person is hereby required to -take notice and govern  himself accordingly.  Given under my hand at Gibsons, B.C. this 16th  day of October, 1974.  Joan B. Rigby  Returning Officer  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  Box 220  Gibsons, B.C.  Rural Area "A" consists of Sunshine Coast  Regional District areas "A", "B" and "C". Whistles! Shreiks! only birds  CBC-TV's popular series The  Ombudsman, returns for a second season on Sunday evenings this fall, with energetic,  concerned Canadians with  grievances against officialdom  to cut' through bureaucratic  red tape and resolve their  problems.  Council pays  but complains  In agreeing to pay $164 for  expenses incurred by the new  Gibsons ambulance service,  council stressed the fact' that  Gibsons taxpayers are supporting a service wihich goes  beyond village boundaries.  The ambulance service runs  from    iLangdale    to    Roberts  Creek thus more people bene-,  "fit   than   those   living  within  village boundaries.  Up until the recent provincial government subsidies for  ambulance service Gibsons  council contributed $600 per  year to the service. 'We have  ���been paying more than nec-  essary/TMayor Labonte said.  by Rob Van Batten  You might say that Miriam  Davidson is for the birds. I  mean what else can you think?  "You walk up to > her waterfront hoine in Roberts Creek,  you pass large walk-in bird'  cages housing, a menagerie of  feathered friends all sizes,  shapes, and colours.  You /are about to knock on  -her back'.-door, and you hear  melodic whistles and.' bone-  penetrating: shrieks   that   put  ' -you inlw the jungles of South  America in one fell swoop.  . -You think it stops there?  Once inside Mrs. Davidson's  house you -arti'"greeted by the  chirpinlgs of two little, colorful  chaps iwhom ,you later" have  the' pleasure. of sharing your  cake with. And that, one on  the living room) floor? That  big bird chasing the little dog?  . Oht_ that's- Polly theN-cockatoo.  -She's always' chasing the dog.  Pretty playifiil.for a 65 year  old" bird," 'wouldn't you say?  And fas you look around a  little more and see stuffed  birds over the doorway," paint  ings of birds over the mantle-  piece, and bocks on birds on  the   (book-shelf   you^ wonder  - just how long Mrs. Davidson  has been doing all this. <.  Tve been raising birds  since I was nine years old in  Germany," she says. 'My first  bird was a roibin.'  And things must have just  hatched from there because as  Mrs. Davidson takes you into  the back-yard jungle she in-,  troduces you to various exotic  sounding species, African  greys, ��� Chinese nightingales  and   green   Amazon   parrots.  The Two Great  Commandments  Part II - Love Thy ���  Neighbor  "Love my neighbor? That  takes prayer! " "You're  right!"  Broadcast this Sunday over  many stations including  CJVB, 1470 kcs. at 9:30 a.m.  The TRUTH  that HEALS  A  Christian   Science  Radio  New Youth Club Planned  Parents, together with boys and girls ages 8 to 16  inclusive, are invited to attend an informational meeting on the possibility of forming a JUNIOR FOREST  WARDEN and GIRL FOREST GUARD group for the  Gibsons area:  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 7 p.m.  GIBSONS MUNICIPAL HALL, 1490 S. Fletcher Rd.  1  The evening's program will consist of an organizational film and a question and answer period directed to the group's actvities whch include: hiking, camp  craft, forest management arid many other items relating to the understanding of the environment. Persons interested in attending please phone:  J. COPLAND, 886-9288  ��� j; ��� .��� r    ���  Peninsula Hotel  SATURDAY Oct.26  LtVE MUSIC  Pizza will be available  Pboae 888-2472 FOR RESERVATIONS  She tells you with great} enthusiasm stories and anecdotes  of the.birds she has known. (  .Where was the time) for instance,, when travelling Jwith  her mother and three birds on  a train in Germany. 'The bird-  were fighting and making  quite a lot of noise and I was  a little nervous because there  were three army officers sitting beside us.  'We   asked -'them  -if   'they  minded the noisy birds and I  was relieved when  they said  ho,  they didn't mind.'  Does Mrs. 'Davidson's husband Jake Kke the birds as  much as Mrs. Davidson? A  short' hesitation after that  question, 'well, he builds the  cages and gives me the money  Sfor the food.*  The birds get hamburger  everyday/ Mrs. Davidson says.  Polly the cockatoo, who has  won a special award at a bird  show in Vancouver, eats a mixture of hard-boiled egg, pallium, brewter's yeast, and ham-,)*  burger.   No   wonder   she's   so  spry in her old age. Polly  doesn't talk much any more  though. She says 'I want a  drink' and it means that she  wants a cracker.  A few years ago Mrs. Davidson had as many as 100 birds.  Some she bought, some were  given to her, and one was even  smuggled in from Australia.  She has won awards for her  birds in Canada and England.  Now the numiber. is down to  about 40  which includes two  Coast News, Oct. 23, 1974.   15  Canada   geese   who   live,   eat,  and sleep with the sheep.  Does . Mrs. Davidson iiave  any other interests ' besides  birds? Oh yes. She has, a  grand piano in, front of her  livingroom window that she  loves to play. Slhe even copi-  poses her own songs. Her _a-  vourite composition is one'  called ��� yu guessed it ��� The  Song of the Birds.  I  II  II  II!  II  ��.*-  REMEMBRANCE DAY  Supper & Dance  November 9,1974 - 7 p.m.  GIBSONS LEGION HALL  $12.00 per couple  ' .Tickets must bje picked up at Legion Office  - before November 2, 1974  ���  1  I  1  1  _J.  __. ���*���'  -6: *���   .  MIKFS CARPET CARE  - '���     ' by ���  ARGOSHEEN  Our services include Carpet and Upholstery  Cleaning  FREE ESTIMATES and IN HOME DEMO  Call our Electronic Answering System  MIKE DANROTH 885-9277  7<" ;���*"  t  /  ^SP Jl^iiliw }^M   WyW    -llpli* '"'  e,"r      !'-������.*��� >���- .ngus   S d v,e nave aire .��� :y 'a-.t.-   ��� ace   Some vs.-1II  ---s ^���5S��7-;.>Mfe7;- -    ��7.-*��>     ,Sxi::-s:<xA::w:��. happen over ihe nexi ^evurrjl months   Thi.se. ml oelieve will  beneh' t^>e mniinn comrntinitv and all the people ot the province  .ssistance Act ��� added proviso ir.    T-ien   ti.i'  t ���>��� n   :��'raorc ������ia.-\.  r;:;;)i,n-ut'.   !'i< ��� ufdati   g of the old  grubstac.e provisions. Pr.^spector s Assistance cihr; no t    S4 0C> J .    no    >n   tien!  j. ������ t>. I   r e��:.!orai c i    * on .ses w^en  geological studies are made and diamond drilling is clone;   and the opportunity 'or pat t-ownci ship n. developments   Copies o  the Act and application torms are available at Provincial Mining Recorder .)ff:ce.. and from Ihe Director of Prospector s  A.cc.istance in Victoria  Majors in Mining ��� a rn;w kind of schooling.   Under ..it P: osjejhjr j. A���si   ��� lire Ac'.. -'I'ur.'j. i.   ���* 11 .ei .��� ��� exploration  techniques will be or gar.zed throughout the province  This training will qualify B.C   men and women to receive cash grants  for prospecting activities.  The Rossland Mining Sr"h_r| p.-ie^ii'. provides training lc n. ne,r   More will be done in oth^r a ear;  Claim staking ���the nc>w way.   On March 1. 197 5   a new Mo nficd Grid System will ta^ e effect m B C   MGS is a far simpler  mothod of locating and recording mineral claims. It wi'i encourage the work of prospectors   MGS virtually eliminates  conflicting claims aid speeds Lip administration   A lull _.xp!..fia';on of the new Modified Gun 5-v stem will be available _'������ -r II,  in ooOKie L form.  The  s '���>. -'.'/tek halt  - a nause for change.   Between January  1 5 and February 28   1975   there will be a Moratorium on  claim-staking in the prov.nce   This will provide for the updating of records and for the pio^niat.on of new maps   The  Mo.'utorn.rr, will permit the changeover to the new system ���v.thout confusion  Details of all these changes will be publicized fully before .^oy are put into effect   Mr'.'nwhiln   .ve welcome your comments  and questions, by writmq to the Department of Mines & Petroleum Resources  Victoria   B C  ?���'  .y.'  5R'I:C.H CClUMF-.  )[.F2ARTMENT Q<  The Honourable LeoT. Nimsick   Minister 12   Coast News, Oct. 23,1974..  Atlic Antiques opens shop  RUBBER STAMPS  YOUR ORDER CAN BE TAKEN AT  Allow one week for processing  COAST NEWS  886-2622  SUNSHINE COAST CHAPTER  REGISTERED NURSES ASSOCIATION OF B.C.  Chinese Smorgasbord  and Dance  Sat.- Nov. 2, ��� Legion Hall, Sechelt  Music - NIGHT TRAIN Adm $7.50 each  i, -?  Proceeds to Margaret Lamb Memorial Fund . "V  Tickets Available - 886-7040, 885-2620 or 885-9669:  There's a new store on Gibsons Marine Drive which opened quietly last week. The store  is called Attic Antiques and  the sign outside reveals it  deals in curios, objets d'art, interior design, haute couture.  �� There's an element of elegance in those words and entering the. little shop you im-  "inediately become aware,of a  certain ambience that could  be described as quiet, dignified,  well, let's call it elegance.  For instance, there's a large  "Renaissance style oil painting-  a copy of Mbrillos' The\ Coiv:.  coption, done by Florentine' artist Lois^Pisahis,  There's., an early* Canadian  pine dresser-dating back, to  mu9. There are two silvev  candle, holders with j religiotis  figures that . probably originated years ago in rural Quebec.  There-V-teven an, old ^irickjer  basket that once carried the"  farnous Pick-.Wick papers.  "I don't like pushing things  on people," says Helene "wal-  linder, who With her husband  Gary owns ahd operates the  store./"I think. Gibsons needs  a place Where people can just  come in and browse around;"'  Mrs. Wallinder, talks of quiet  music and the books on art  that'are /displayed in the antique book case.. "I would like  to have a little reading room,  if we had the space," she mu^  Letters to Editor  Editor: Last summer when  we arrived at. a rented cottage  past Sechelt we found an aban*  doned - pup on the" property,  slowly "starving to death."  1 contacted both the local  RCMP and the SPCA at Gibsons, and received no help  whatsoever to the problem.  The SPCA said it had no  holding facilities for a dog,  being in the transfer business  primarily, and I was advised  to ignore the dog in the hope  that it would, wander away.  As the1' p^p had^ ^previously  been dumped on -the highway-  nearby, it wouldn't have the  sense to try to find its way  back to its original abode.  I inquired extensively and  put up ads in the local stores*  but met with no response.  Rather than feed the pup  sporadically and then reaban-  don him, I had him destroyed  at the local ^vet's office for $10.  I think as a community you  should be ashamed!  ���ET M.  -TAMES,  West Vancouver. 7  ��.  WHAT YOU CAN GET  A PERSONAL LOAN FOR ?  __!_>.  VIRTUALLY ANYTHING...  Airplane  %   Boat  Camper  Dental expenses  Electrical equipment  ^Furnace  Grand Piano  Home improvement-  Incubator  Juke. Box  Kayak  Loom   ���*,  Metronome  Neck-ace  Outboard motor  Parachute  Queen size bed  Scuba Gear  Tuba  IJmbrella  Vending machine  Work shop  Xebec  Yacjit  Zither  Refrigerator  If there is something you wish'to buy and require assistance and it's not*  listed above, please feel free to come in and LET'S TALK ABOUT IT.  / *  Gibson^, ���- 886-2216 * Sechelt ��� 885T2221  Pender harbour ��� 883-2718  ..- .*  The First Canadian Bank  Bank of Montreal  es.  The Wallinders have been  ���working hard at getting the  antique store started. Gary is  the builder and handyman' so  he has taken care of all the  carpentry work. Helene took  interior design and , restoration of old-, furniture in her  schooling. Referring to the  rack of long gowns ��� costumes, as she' calls them ���  Helene mentions, that she  comes from a family, of tailors.  ' The Attic carries crafts and  , sculptures? by local people and  is al^o looking -for local paints  ings.   "We .don's want  shells  , and doilies," says Mrs. ^Tallin  der, "but we would like to  stock some of the art wor|_  done locally."  IN COURT  Bryon Francis Nasadyk of  Gibsons was fined $550 in Provincial Court Thursday for impaired driving and refusing to  Jake a breathalyser.  Mary /Francis Doray was fin-'  ed $100 and her driver's license  suspended 5 months for impair-.  ,ed driving. The charges arose  from an accident on Oct. 8\ in  Gibsons. The accused. was  backing up her vehicle when'  she hit another causing $900  damage.  Kenneth Akesbn. received a/  two year suspended sentence  . for trafficking in illicit drugs.  Marvin Jojih of Sechelt received a two vyear suspended  sentence and ordered to pay  $350 restitution for damaging  private" property.  1 1  LIONS   400   CLUB  Last week'., winner of $1007  in the Lions 400 club was Ar-  man Wold.- Ticket was drawn  -by Chris Lepage. Proceeds of  the weekly draw go towards a  driver training program at  Elphinstone  Secondary.  J- - I,, _.. -    *�����  YV 1  -__-__���__?_     ��  **���      .   vrv��s  >ii * * -  fey^^Njgger  m& m* HIN   ��l& WIFE 16 KuNNINgT  BEACON HILL LODGE  A  NEW CONCEPT IN RETIREMENT LIVING  On the banks ofthe Oapilano ;;mv^'%irir-a^^trdnquil' setting in West  Vancouver, Beacon Hill Lodge offers a new, tkincept in retirement living  and enjoyment. 7 7  * We are close toPark Royal shopprig centre on the North side of  Lions Gate Bridge ��� wmrenient to the ^  to go through downtown Vancouver.  We have many recreational programs. Three full meals are served 7  daily with tea and coffee always available.  r . ..........  Warm relaxing lounges ar_ provided on each floor where youTthay t  meet new-found friends. Each room is co^ortably furnished with wall-  IXKwall carpeting and you may-bring spmeof your treasured possesions.  "The view from yoiir room is one of the best in Vancouver.        ,  The resident's personal needs are met bya 4xramed staff 24 hours a  >*    day*    * '    ':.:     ti  Retirement living really does b-gin at Beacon Hjll- Lodge. Come  and visit us soon.  PH926-6856  525 CLYDE AVE. WEST VANCOUVER Citizenship bill in Commons  B.C. Lieut-Governor Walter  Owens purchased the first ticket officially opening the Lucky  Leo Lottery. The proceeds of  the lottery, sponsored by the.  province-wide Lions clubs, will  be used^for'ditect services for  the benefit of handicapped persons throughout,, British Co-  lurrtbiaT Froiri -left to \right is  Lieut.-Oovernor Owens, Lisa  Huss,   Victoria;   R.   H.   Long,  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. Wait for someone to answer  3. Give them (A) Location of Fire & Address  (B) Name of Resident Involved  (0 Extent of Involvement  (D) Your Name  4. Ensure everyone is put 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.  ,PDG,' Society board chairman,  (Vancouver) and Jack Tank,;  Immediate Past Cabinet Chair-'r  man. Lions, International (Victoria).  t  Wildlife club  presents films  Gibsons   Wildlife   Club   an- *  nounces that starting November 3 they wall present monthly film or guest speaker to in-  crease, community- interest   in-x  wildlife, matters. ' "  Two   films   will  beYshown :     a - single'   vehicle   accident  November 3 at 7:30 p.m. in thei{ Tuesday  afternoon  last  week  on Highway 101 just north of  Sechelt caused $4,000 damage  to a truck belonging to Kelly's  Garbage Disposal of Gibsons.  The truck, driven by Robert  HKelly, was southbound . when  it failed to negotiate a curve  and rolled into the ditch. __r_  Kelly was taken t$> St. Mary's   _        hospital for treatment of ml-  nesday, Oct. 23 at 7:30 and is J  no- scratches and was releas-  open to everyone.       -   , -----���_-ed_shortly after"  A bill designed to make ci-  tizenshii) legislation mor e  equ .table, logical and' consistent:; was introduced! in the  House of Commons by Secretary of State J; Hugh Fauilikr-,  ner. Under the new bill, applicants for naturalization are  treated alike, regardless of sex  or country of origin.  ' .The new bill also 7 reduces  the qualifying period for application for Canadian; citizenship from five to tftree years.  This applies to all applicants  without regard for marital  connection with a citizen. Citizenship can be revoked only  in cases where naturalization  has been procured! by fraudulent means. It is automatically  lost by acquisition of foreign  nationality.  The new bill also gives citizenship judges responsibility  for examining all applicants,  for _ grant, retention, resumption or renunciation of citizenship. Any decision by a citizenship judge may be appealed*  before th" federal court lby the  minister or the applicant..- ���-.  Judges^ may adso make recommendations for the exercise of discretion by the miht-  ister oE Governor-in-^Council.  For example, there is no lan-  . guage. exemption for wives or  older persons in the bill, but  Garbage truck  topples over  wildlife club house, called Fundamental.; of Fish "Spoilage and  Herring Hunt. The films are  suitable for adults and children.  The club is also starting a  regular .22 shoot night. _*he  first-meet will be held Wed->*  the minister may waive requirements   for  compassionate  reasons. Similar -iscretion may  be exercised-regarding the requirement for  knowledge.  The Go.vernpr-in-Council has  absolute' [discretion to grant  citizenship to ialleviate hardship or reward services to Canada. :. [   yy'..., 'y,y.:y  ;Under-..^e;;_:ne]w^'ie;gislation  citizenship can Tbe resumed as  a right by former citizens who  have been admitted for permanent residence and have resided inthis country for a period of a year.' Woiiieh who lost  their citizenship through marriage prior to 1947 can recover  it automatically uponvhotice to  the minister. This latter clause  aiflfects   women, who  married  foreign   nationals   before   the  Citizenship   Act   of   1947   was  legislated..  ,-    Children   born   abroad   can  now  derive   citizenship  from  either parent in or out of wedlock. Citizenship, is automatic  for  the  first generation,  and  for the second generation requires only a declaration of retention and the establishment  of a substantial connection -with  Canada before the age of 28.  The new act recognizes the  status of "citizen of the commonwealth" for all citizens of  other Commonwealth countries,  .  We now have small leather coin purses, some  with coin slides for easy  selection, very handy for  bus fares or parking meter change. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  RED CROSS  Coast News, Oct 23, 1974.   13  whether   British   subjects   or  not. In so doing, it-safeguards  the rights and privileges  derived by   British  subjects   or.  Commonwealth   citizens   from  federal and provincial statutes.  Under the bill the age of majority is  reduced from  21  to  18  years of age,  the age of  federal  enfranchisement. This  provision allows young immigrants 18 years of age or over  to apply for citizenship independently of their parents.  . By removing many inequities   and.  barriers   that  exist  under* previous legislation, the  new act is expected to encourage the: acquisition of .citizenship.  > - ���  You can order  them at the  COAST NEWS  Envelopes  Typing Paper   \  Rubber Stamp Pads  .Carbon Paper  Mimeograph' Paper  Adding Machine Roils  Statement Pads  -��� Rubber Stamps  Receipt Books  Theatre Tickets  File Folders  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886*2622  ...   7 . ���������   ��� ���,      7 "������' ������ ���  -  You'd be surprised  &  OlitlStO  COAST NEWS want ads  DEADLINE TUESDAY NOON /  Guide plans discussed  v-  On Oct, 7, Gibsons area  Ciiide and Browtnie leaders  met with Commissioner Gloria  Fyles to discuss plans for special fall events. On Oct. 21, in  the United Church Hall at 7  ii.m. six Brownies will fly up  to join; the Guide !P_ck.  These girls have completed  the Brownie program and have  earned their wings. Parents  will be there to join the girls  on tMs occasion.  YNew Bfrowxiies^ will be enrolled at the A-iglican Church  Hall at 3 _>.m. on Oct. 30. These  girls -will join Gibsons Sst  Browinie   Pack   with   Barbara  in trip on Nob  Scouter Maxwell Hammersmith and the Cuib leader Bob  Gentles took the cubs tip the  Nob Tties. evening, Oct. 8. The  lads hadi a contest, in identify-  ing various lqcal trees by flash  light. The flashlight trip was  exciting to the pack and added to their experiences.  Because of such activity an  increase in the Cub and Scout  enrolment has been experienced and assistant leaders are  required to ��� help keep the. in-^  terest up. Anyone able to give  such assistance is asked, to  contact Mrs. Edna BeHerive  at 886-2_75. There are now 33  Cubs, 20 Scouts, arid two leaders!   .  The Group Committee met  while the boys were out of the  hall. Chairman Cpl YD. Price  pointed out the need for such  organizations as iScouts and  Cubs and emphasized this by  indicating in his yeans of experience he has not had to  arrest any boy with a background of scouting.  Resource Chairman Fre_  IStrom (886-2307) requests any  one interested in .particular  subjects such as ropes and  knots, mpuntaineering, boating  gardening, etc. to contactThiini  as Badge-Examiners or Lecturers on these or other subjects. If you know something  that will interest boys iii learning new hobbies or activities  please contact him.  Anyone interested in becoming part of ..the Group Committee, parent or not, should  contact secretary Maureen  Partridge at 886^2757. "Watch  for the Scout Nut Drive!  today a man is -  on a dusty road  1 leading south  from  Rawalpindi...  ' reporting, analyzing, prob-   ���<  \ Ing���to send you an  \ eye-witness story. Other  ) Christian Science Monitor  ' reporters are gathering  .' facts for you In Moscow,  Nairobi, Beirut; London,  I Tokyo, San Francisco, and  > Washington.  1    Because you need to  ) understand what's happen-  ��� Ing In order to change  I what's wrong and to support  ' whafs rights  ���    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*  ��� uniquely hopeful outlook.  News, commentary, ait,  ���ntertainment, fashion,  \ sports, business, family: a  | lively dally newspaper  [(Monday-Friday) with  I something for everyone.  1 For 13$ a day���less than  i two postage stamps.  . Ya* I want this ualqiM d_Vy  ) aswspapsr for 4 months���over  SO Imkms for only $11.  apaymsntsnolossd 0811100  Kama  (PJssm print)  ttrast  ApL  Chy  QtStS  W*i"-:-  zm  Valancius and Trudy McPhee  as leaders. Parents are welcome.  Leaders Judy YKilgour and  "Rosemary Jameison will, enroll their new Brownies at3:30  pjm. Nov. 6 in the Unitefd  Church Hall. They would like  to see parents out too. A  leader is available for Rangers  14 and over but unfortunately  no' girls to form a group.,  flE^ione 886-2673 for information.  Leaders meetings are held  once  a month. All interested  people are welcome to attend.  The next meeting will be held  on Nov. 4, 10 a.m_ at Betty  Hollands, Langdale. - Phone  886-2673 for directions^  VIRGIN FORESTS AVOIDED  ���Al common delusionis that  wildlife flourishes most abundantly in virgin woods ahd  that the hunter gets his best  reward where the logger's axe'  and saw have yet to operate.  The truth is that in virgin forests animals, and birds cannot  find an adequate food supply  as compared with areas of  woodlands thinned out by periodical  cutting.  Film bookings confirmed  BY A_LAN CRANE  At least one member of the ���  Film'Society who hais seen the  six features {presented to date  considered A Streetcar Named-  Desire to be the best motion  picture which the Film Society  has screened so far. Few, I  would think, "would rate, the  film much below excellent in  its capturing of the Uortured  world of Tennessee Williams  and the magnificent performances it contained.  One of these was given sby  Marlon Brando who was seen  nextidght in quite a different  but 'equally action-packed mo- *  tion- picture The Wild. One as  the leafder'of a motor-cycle  gang. It .was^almost, universally banned! in England' because  of the violence it,contains.. We .  are again grateful to Kietih  followiing notes for The' Wjjtcb  Wallace who has provided the  One.       /- ���  'By, the early 1950*5, motorcycle gangs had (become an established threat ,to the norms  of a clean upstanding American  culture,   and   The   W5L_k_Y  One. brings to surface a view  of this Sensation-seeking faction o�� youth.  Marlon Brando," who slays  the' 7 motor-cycle gang-leader,  keepjs up his early film, image  as the vicious ���arid relentless  rebel, this time a' sjpokeman  for,-a frustrated yojith-    *   (  IThe Kwaht__hmoss Film Society is pleased to announced  that, booking, ' confirmations  have been received fbfYthe  foll_wjng films which'will-be  screenecSiater in tte'��_cie$y''s  program, Wedding' in' WBite,  Blue Angel ('Dietrich), ��!he  Bank Dick (W.C. Fields) and  rm No Angel (Mae West).  t i    kit,.)  will  I  In spite of soaring accident claim costs afid  increasing insurance rates every where^blse in North  America, most motorists in the Powell River and  Sunshine Coast* area will pay less fpr Autopian  insurance in 1975. '{;  For private passenger cars and flight trucks  with full insurance coverage, savings?.will be $18;  Older cars and light trucks which?do not carry  optional collision afnd comprehensive Coverage will  save$4. ��� '". :^yyyy'-.\'y- A-    y}r  These savings wiU be distributed in the^form  of Territorial Equalization Discounts as the first  step towards the creation of a uniform Autopian  premium rating system throughout the province.  Commercial and recreational vehicles will receive a standard twenty per cent discount.  Specific information on the discount for the  vehicle you own will be shown on the Autopian  renewal form which will be mailed to you at the  end of the year.  Meanwhile, if you have any questions, just  phone the Autopian information centre. Dial your  Operator to call collect to Vancouver 665-2800.  And remember: Autopian is lowering your  car insurance costs but it's up to you to keep them  down through safe driving.  ���Insurance Territory "C".  : rV  INSURANCE CORPORATION  your Irisuraricfe torn pa ny  ::��� i y  Boxl-S.Astor8t_don  '.' - "'.'���)7 Coast News, Oct. 23, 1974.   H  Sugar and its economics  Church  Services  MODERATOR Fred Davis must be among the record-holders  "ias long-run host of a long-run TV show, Fromtf Page Challenge.  It_!he show weht into its; 18th1 season on Tueday, Sept. _7 at 9:3P  ?p.m. Davis joined the original series as moderator in the fall of  "1657, a few months after the birth of Front Page Ghalleinge.  No paving now  Paving-in Sechelt, will not  be.completed this year after  all. In their meeting;two weeks  ago Sechelt council passed a  motion to give roads committee ,,v chairman I'ed Osborne  , authority to jsperid the? necessary money to complete paving.  When the estimate of $10,732  arrived from Coast Paving,  council changed its mind and  decided to wait until next year  Jii don^tknpw vyihat the J>ud-.  get is but I "tKi'rik all the morw-  ey has been spent," said clerk  Neil Sutherland, .  - Referring to the Municipal  Act: Mr. Sutherland ..said, that  "getting Coast Paving to do' the  job now and;paying for it out  of next year's budget is not a  good idea.  Alderman Osborne told council that the latest estimate contained , an increase of $5,000  over the original estimate.  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's  Jlev. David H. P. Brown  Y    Sunday^S^Sboli 11 ajn.  Morning Service. 11:15  2nd and 4th Sundays  Holy Communion /at 8:00 ,a.m.  St Aldan's  7   Sunday School 10:30 a.m.  Sunday Service 9:30 ajn.  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH  11:15 am., Divine Service  9:30 a.m.. Wilson Creek  ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES  8t Mary's  IVrtber E. 6.  11 a.m. Mass, Sundays  -VVed., FW.t 7 p.m.  7   Phone 985-9528   -  GIBSON8 K-Wfl-OU-TAL  Member P.A.O.C.  Phone 806*7197.  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Morning Worship 11 a.m.  Evening Service 6:30 p.m.  Wed., Bite Study, 7:18 j>.m.  Pastor G. IV. Foster  BAPTIST CHURCHES  Pastor - Wilbert N��� Erickson  Office 886-2611, Res. 886-7449  CALVARY - Park Rd, Gibsons  f       SUNDAYS  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Thursday - Prayer and Bible  Y study, 7:00 p.m.  BETHEL  - Mermaid & Trail,  7if';"   /.Sechelt  .    7;       SUNDAYS  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  Wednesday - Study Hour  ���f       7:30 p.m.   GUD TIDINGS TABBWACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 888-869  Sundays, 10 a_n. & 7 p.m.  Bible Study, Tues., 7:30 p.m.  Pastor, Nancy Dykes -  ���<Iri His Service ���  '%��� At Your Service  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE   ,  Sundays at 111:15 a.m. in St.  John's United Church, Davis  Bay fcy an informal group Jof  Christian Scientists.  Everyone Welcome  Phone: 885-9778 or 886-7882  rxtag&xss^'*��''''  Sugar prices in Canada continue ' to   be   unstable due   to;.  wide   fluctuations    in    world.  market prices. Canadian whole,"  sale   and   retail   sugar   prices I  are directly affected by these'  fluctuation^   since�� Canada   is,  dependent   W imported   raw-  cane sugar for 88 percent;.of  its  total   sugar requirements?'-  ,More than' 90 percent of our'  raw  cane  sugar   comes  from.-'  Australia,  South Africa,  Fiji,  Mauritius and Swaziland'. Can-"  ada produces about 12 percent  oif its sugar requirements from  sugar beets, mainly in the mid  'west.  The per capita consumption  of sugar in Canada is approximately  1102  pounds per year-  Consumer    and    institutional  purchases of refined sugar account for about 40 percent of  total consumption. The balance;  is used in processed foods. For '  example, the soft drink indus-\<  try consumes about l-�� percent'  of   all' sugar   supplies;   other  industries manufacturing bakery products, jams and jellies,  ice cream and candy etc., are \  also large sugar users. Prices ;?  of these, products are influenc-:|  ed by th.e price of sugar. \  The    wholesale    price ~ for ~  white refined sugar in Montreal,    responding    to ' world  prices, averaged about 38 cents  per   pound   in   August   19741  compared with an average of  approximately    13   cents - per ^  pound in the first half of 1973.; \r  Retail/ prices move' in  direct i  proportion to wholesale (prices, 1  *in; general about three cent* |  per pound higher. -f  Extensive analysis by the  Food (Prices Review Board indicates that the following factors have combined to drive  up sugar prices since December   1973.  World sugar consumption has -  been greater than world sugar,  .production since 1971. Consequently,   world   stocks-  have", ^  been reduced; resulting in. upr-  ward pressure on prices.  Only about 28 percent, 22  million tons, of the total world  production of sugar is exported by' producing countries.  About 60 percent of this sugar is traded  under bilateral  agreements between exporting  and  importing countries.  The  remaining  supply,  about  nine  '  million tons, is sold on the free  international   market-   Canada  buys sugar on this market. As  , a result of the policy of purchasing supplies on this free  market,   Canadian   consumers  for the most of the past ten'  ' years paid less, .for sugar than  consumers in countries which  buy sugar at negotiated price-  through bilateral   agreements.  In 1968, 50 countries signed  an International Sugar Agreement,  aimed at bringing stability into this market, and to  raise   sugar   prices  from   the  depressed level  at that time  to assist the developing sugar  exporting countries. Ini December   1973,   the   agreement  expired  With the tight supply  situation and with * increasing  wtorld   demand,   sugar   prices  then began 7to rise-rapidly.  Ocean freight ra{es have, tripled during the past year due  to - rising fuel costs and. vessel shortages.  The instability, of international currency values, relative to each other and coupled  with world-wide inflation,  have made commodities such  as sugar an attractive speculative investment  The consumer will encounter continued high prices for  sugar throughout the balance  of 1974 and the first half of "75,  Although price, fluctuations will  likely occur as new sugar crops  reach the. market,' the prospects for a-xeturn to verjr low1  sugar prices are slim since at  the present time, world .supplies are tight and demand is  growing at a faster rate than)  world production.  WANTED  Used fnrnljtture or what  have yon  AL'S W��D FURMTURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES      .  Gibsons ��� d86-38i2  EWBEEP STAMPS  YOUR ORDER CAN BE TAKEN AT  Allow one week for processing  COAST NEWS  886-2622  KEN DeVRIES A jS$N LID.  For  :-3> '.-J3��3  L  for the  i    '.    t-^*.;  WHOLE  1MB:  :ff?><T3:ff7  1659 Sunshine Coast Hiway  Gibsons       ���       886-7112  . :���- i-.'  ...           1.-  J  t  .   ���'...''���; 1' 16   Coast News, Oct. 23; (1974.  Have a look at our "Gen-  tlemen's , Corner*/ when  next, in town. You will find  some very good gift suggestions. Miss Bee's, Sechelt. ..' yyy  BOOKS!  Books are better  than ever  Take one to bed  tonight  Whistle up tbe Inlet by Gerald Rushton, cloth, The  Union Steamship story.  Salmon our Heritage by Ci-  ., eely   Lyons,   cloth,   The  story of the Pacific Coast'  fishing industry.  British Cdumb-a TCoast .,,;'".,  Names by Capt. John T.  Walbran, cloth, Their, his-  : tory and origin ^th mapis.  Coastal, Cruising by WU1  Dawson, clotl-v710,000 s_;  miles of magnificent cruising ground, Puget Sound  to Alaska.' ;:(. ;. ���' ' ���������; "y.  Luxton's Pacific Crossing by  Eleanor Luxton, cloth.  Medicine Men on the Pacific North Coast by Mar-  ; ius Barbeau, palter. -  Galley Slave's _.i_((_e/'by  West Van. Yacht Club Ladies Group, paper.  Douglas in Sasl-at-l_ew_n by  Robert Tyre, paper, The  Story of a Socialist Experiment  NDP BOOKSTORE  and Help Centre  A self-sustaining volunteer  group  Serving your community  Since January, 197$.  GOOD GIFT BOOKS, HERE  ,:       *->���������'' '   .   - Y     .'.   ' \ -7  ',  ���     APPLICATIONS WILL BE BECEITOD   .  ;       > FOR POSITION OF  SECRETARY-MANAGER  of Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club  '���'-:. '.v y'-V: ���"-'   ' y' y\   y ���     -..'>���  Business Experience and Typing Ability Helpful  1 "''    - \'       .-. ��� , ��� ���  Y7 ' "���' ���   '     ������   ��� y  Apply Secretary, Box 364,. Gibsons  Park drainage completed  "While one park is being  built, another is being destroy-  e_. :t 7 '*���-.....��� .   ���;  ,   Alderman Winston Robinson  ^reported   to   council   Tuesday  night that the laying of drainage tiles in Brothers. Paijk has  almost ���> ' been completed, and  uwith a :$300 grant7'rrom^the  '^Gibsons l Athletic ' Association  there should be np problem in  finishing it.  About   $3,000   hs^s   already  THE TRUTH THAT HEALS  On the Christian. Science Radio Series The Truth that  Heals, advertized in the Coast  News " today, people ,tellv of  their experiences in obeying  the second great commandment.  How gentle God's, commands,  begins a well-loved hymn. The  second great commandment tb  i-bve our . neighbor a? our-  self, means giving love in. its  truest sense. What depth of.  promise for all mankind lies  in this gentle command, andlit  certainly takes <^|scientious  . prayer. ' ?jjS& ;  For more informroon or free  literature, on<Jhristian Science  please contact 885^9778.  Tonight is the meeting of the  Sunshine Coast  Community Resources  Society  8 p.m. SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  To keep yourself informed you should attend  FISH  M.V. TITANIUM  WILL IBE At GIBSONS WHARF  OCTOBER 30 - 31  (dependent upon weather, etc.)  Ling Cod & Red Cod  FOR SALE  Posters will appear in. some local -tare-  on the first day of sale  been spent on the park, $2000/  of which came ifrom , a lions  club donation.  In the meantime. Mayor La-  .  bonte stressed the. problem of  keeping Pioneer.  Park   clean. .  The mayor quoted ..work super- .  visor Fred Holland as saying ,.  the.only way that park could  be kept clean is to make it into  a    Japanese-style    rock    and 7  shrub garden.  'Both youths arid older peo- .  pie buy something at the store  and throw their   garbage all -  over t the  park,' Mr.   Labonte ;.  said.' . v ���.      7  It was  suggested  that ������' an- A  other light be placed in the  park to eliminate dark areas  at night.  "A ONCE in a lifetime, event,"  exclaims Allan Plourde holding  up the 29 hand he niade in  crib. Mr. Plourde is a patient  in St.;,Marys. Hospital^ and  was playing with Ed Messner,  right, when he managed, to  come-up with, the perfect crib  hand.. Mr. Piburde's opponent  said he' had been-playing for  40 years and never had a hand  like that. Y  People of all ages and all wavks'  of life do important and essential  jobs as Red Cross'volunteers.  YOU CAN HELP TOO.'  Comfe and meet your author  will autograph copies of his latest book  "Between The Sky & The Splinters"  BRING YOUR COPY, OR BUY ONE  Friday afternoon, October 25, 3 - 5 p.m.  (' _  N.D.P. BOOKSTORE  (next to Sirnpson.-Sea__)  v.tr ���  Keep those promises you've made to yourself.. __  with sound money management advice from the  Royal Bank!  ��� A , ���   ' ' ' '" . ���    ,7 ���    "   .   .  Are you satisfied with the way you manage money? If you;re like most  people, you wpuld probably like some help.  We've put together special booklets entitled "YOUR MONEY  MATTERS" These booklets offer practical, down-to-earth advice on  better money management. You'll find them very helpful in coping with  your money problems and fh^se days,,good money management is  important to everyone.  Specially designed teachers kits for use  in money management classes are  available. This comprehensive kit includes  additionalI booklets, overhead     '  transparencies, topics for discussion,  suggested assignments and a list of films  y .    '  available through our loaning library.  Ask for your free copy of our money  management booklets or information  the teachers'aid kit. Drop in and see  Anytime.  Community Corner  u  Hard Times Dance,  Soccer Assn., Legion  Hall, Sat., Nov: 2 ��� 9-1  UN's Chinese Smorgasbord,   Sat:,  Nov.  2,  Sechelt Legion Hall. .,  Public Meeting,- -Tues., Oct.  29,  7:3Q p.m.,  re Wharf problems. /  1  '   ���       -<   *  Gary McDevitt  !    .886^2201  BANK  serving p  British Columbia


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