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Array Provincla1   Li far ary  Victoria,  B.  C.  I *��*_. ^ ��-*fr -   *���  = -< _���-!.  :.��������� *--  ��riM___B__���  T'-r  fk< Y       *   .*  SUSS*-  ��uwKlo l<.  ��� "--iV*    -v^tji-n-  4QC,JI^T,TOIE FOOD  - V    ... &_ >_.-��� f -  DA-lfor'^  DINING ROOM  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  SERVING- THE GROWING' SUNSHINE   COAST  Published in Gibsons,  B.C.       Volume  15,  Number 33,  August 31, 1961.  7c per copy  A Complete Line  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.  886-2116 ��� Gibsons,  B.C.  Moomba regatta stirs natives  Peace of Chelkwelp Reserve shattered   "^EExSEtR  Gibsons delays  Zone heating  Teen-agers from the summer  homes on the Chekwelp-Reserve  planned and put 'into' action a  most entertaining, impromptu  "Gathering of the Tribes, Aug. 19  This group, headed by the  young folk from the summer  .places of Dr. Stu Webber and  Len Rowley, and their frinds  called the event the "Moomba"  Regatta. This word is an Australian aboriginal-word meaning  "Let's all get-together and have  fun" which is exactly what was  done.  Programs were hand printed  and distributed tp all of -the  camps on-the reserve a few days  in.advance of the date. It was  suggested that each family prepare a skit-and "dress up" for  the evening sing-song period.  Races were held from 2 to 5  p.m. at the Webber-Rowley beach  These included swimming, duck- _  ing, rowing, diving and novelty  races/ All ages from pre-school  up participated with great en- -  thusiasm. Comedy diving by Roily Summerfield and Doug Alexander was one of the highlights.  John Oliver was a most competent announcer while his wife,  Bernice Oliver, kept the record  of  each event.  The Alexander's beach presented an interesting sight as all ga- _  thered at "7 p.m. for the singsong and distribution of, the ribbons to the winners of the afternoon program. Most of 'the  group were in costumes of highly  original creation which were -  Kullander  keen shot  ^>��_-vS/��f^ i.  Edwin Kullander oi Gibsons,  B.C. has qualified for the Gold  Expert Shield, one of the most  difficult tests, in, smallbore  sporting rifle shooting. Dominion Marksmen officials announced >the 54-year-old carpenter has achieved a perfect  score of 6,000 points to qualify.  _\>r the Gold Expert Shield  the shooter must fire perfect  scores with, a 22 calibre sporting rifle on 20 targets from  each of the regulation positions, prone, kneeling or sitting and standing. This means  he must put a total of 600  shots in-the  "bull."  Kullander,- a member of the*  Gibsons Rod & Gun Club, has  been shooting for about four  years. Before winning the gold  Shield he had to work his way  . itihrough a series of 'Dominion  Marksmen awards beginning  with the bronze pin which required five targets scoring ,80  or better put of 100 from the  prone  position.  The 22 sporting rifle used in  Dominion  Marksmen competitions^ is a general purpose wea-  pon 'and is.' usually quite inexk  -pensive.'A-'jjnd^'Ipoiij^tiohs--; of  the,f competition . , .itYmustfahot;  weigh more -than iseveri'pounds.  Slings, f telescopic -sights; ^arid ���"=  other features   of the,' heavier  match rifle, a precision target  weapon   are; not fallowed, y f  .   i'.f   ��� f f''' f y f."':   "���.'���  SUNDAY SCHOOL TIMEZ-f  Commencing   Sunday,   Gibson-  United   Church   Sunday   Schobly  will start   at 9:45.  This Sunday  School's enrollment has been increasing but there is still roomk  for more youngstefsY    ^   Y;  C N IB meeting  The annual meeting of the Canadian National Institute for the  Blind, Gibsons area branch, will  be held in the Anglican Parish  Hall on ZSechelt: Highway; Wed:,  Sept. 13 commencing at 7:30 p.m.  Mr. Grant, field secretary of  the / institute: will attend this  meeting arid _h6w a fihhkwhich  will deal With the Eye Bank of  Canada. Mr. Grant will also outline some'of the activities of; the  Institute Including its. various,  services and maintenance of  homes for : some of the blind.  Social clubs and bowling leagues  are included in" some of the activities for those unable to see for  themselves.  -..>���'. Y.kk-.:.k ������kk.ik  manufactured from material that  was at. hand.  _ The highly , versatile sisters,  Mrs. Stu Webber and Mrs. Len  Rowley, were masters of ceremony during-this hour. The skits  and costumes showed an outstanding .amount of unsuspected  talent. So much so that it was  impossible to award the ribbon  of merit.- Outstanding were very  young David McGregor in his  yellow polka, dot bikini; Dr. H.  B. Wallace as Mahatma Ghandi;  Dr. Maurice Young as mayor  of the beach in top hat and summer whites and the sister leaders, "Pop". Webber and ''Liz"  Rowley as a gay 90's swimming  couple. Add to this a "soft "shoe"  song and dance by this pair and  it is quite understandable , that  the whole, show was thoroughly  enjoyed by all.  The teen-agers who were outstanding in their organization of  the" whole afternoon and evening performances also brought  down the house with their zany  song and dance skit.- These included Sue Rowley, Dean Butler,  Heather Alexander and- Betsy  Clarke.  All   concerned   hope   that  this  enjoyable -time  will become  an'  annual event  and the thanks of'  all go to ,the. originators of the  "Moomba Regatta."  travel-stained and walked-into  the house, to the' amazement  of all present.       ~    '��  Len found himself soundly  upraided for bringing the cat  along, which accusation9 he indignantly denied, insisting that  he hadn't 'padre* the cpt but  had noticed him in the yard  just before leaving. Cinders  had hitch-hiked the 200 mile  journey. He will never have  to do that again for his family  now wouldn't part with him  for all the tea in China.  .Therekare probably more queer fish- in the sea than ever came '  .out of it. Thislwashed ashore near. Sydney, N.S., recently and is still,  - unidentified. Its shape is like a flounder, it.has a seal-like tail and  flippers, no<finsT-two pocket-like, openings.under its,flippers Which  Seem to~1>elbIintff n'ovgillsT Off'Ifee uhderside^there -ate^ar^ifati-Sf  ages that resemble small hands with five distinct fingers. It has hos--  trils and eyes and shark-like teeth. " ,  Manx hitch-hikes  200 miles by truck  The Chamberlin's Manx cat,-  Cinders,. apparently had heard  all about The Incredible Journey, a recent best-seller about  /two dogs and a Siamese cat  who set off on a 250-mile trek  in search of their master. He  evidently kept the story, in  mind when his own family decided to leave for Kamloops a  few weeks ago. His brother  Manx had' been taken along  and it didn't seem fair that  he should be left all by himself  to look after the new family  who had taken over the old  home so he decided to follow  them and he also decided that  he wasn't going to walk.  The family station wagon  pulled out early in the morning leaving the I-and-S truck to  follow a little later with the  _urniture. Len Wray, one of  the two drivers, noticed the  black cat in the yard when  they were all packed up and  ready to leave but he didn't  know; that the watchful.puss  waitedi.-uh^  in their seats before jumping  up on to :a board ;:afe:w inches  wide, under the r truck, f just below the ramp up which the  t load is moved. At 6:45 a.m. the  ibig truck started off for the  ferry at Langdale". onythe first ...  stage* "of the long'trip.  On the road again the men  stopped ��� several times y, for  meals :'fMdYff6f':'Tefueiing'fbtit  puss did Alio., more ythan peer.  :put from his hiding place, possibly afraid^, that he might  again be left behind if he ventured from his precarious  perch.   "  Reaching k the; % new home  airouhd^seyen pirn., about 12  hours after leaving*.Iteid Road'  and hearing his mistress's voice  welcoming the arrivals, he  jumped   off   very   dusty   and  School'starts Tuesday, Sept. 5!  As   far  as   Elphinstone   High  ,School .students" are   concerned  , the opening day will be from 9  a.'in. to about 11:30 a.m. for the  purpose-of registration and  the  arranging of courses.  '' , Studies^ will - commence Sept. 6  -"Other'* schools'will   have   var-  ious starting times some as ear-  .  lyj;as 8:30 a.m. to conform with  -bus transportation times.  Enrollment is expected to be  heavy.  >* ~r  More phones  ill district  ^There are n(yw 2183 tele-  Phones between Port Mellon  and Pender, Harbor including  Gambier Island.  .  4There are 1,052  at  Gibsons,  20 at Gambier Island and 124  at Port Mellon ori the Gibsons  exchange;* 687 at Sechelt and  300 at Pender Harbor. This is  a|gain of 29 for the Gibsons  exchange,- 51   at   Sechelt   and  21 at Pender Harbor, a total  increase of 101.  ipritish' Columbia Telephone.  Company has passed the 90  percent mark in number, of  dfijil telephones in its 360,000-  sqtiare-mile-. system, with the  jrefeent conversion of Trail's  6,200 phones to automatic op-  ,er��ion, according to a company announcement.  -B.C/Telephone now leads all  .jbw   one - of the- eight -major  te&phpne      organizations -   in ,  , C^ad,aOJ iru percentage of, dual  f^E^nimeht_,"-inoliidin''g "the' sys-' *  terns operated by the  governments   of   Alberta,   Saskatchewan  and Manitoba.  The Bell Telephone Company of Canada, which operates in Ontario arid .^Quebec is  hi chest, with close .to 95 percent. B.C. Telephone exoects  to exceed the 95. percent -figure  by the end of ,1962.  A date for the public hearing  on the possibility of re-zoning  the bay area which was to have  been set at Tuesday night's meeting of Gibsons Village Commission was postponed until the  next council meeting, Tues.,  Sept. 12.  Reason for the postponement.  according to council's knowledge  was that owing to the provincial  department of municipal affairs  being immersed in. municipal  troubles elsewhere, no replies  had been received to council's  request for advice.  Council's aim was to have the  help of the provincial town planning board in reviewing not only  the bay area but the whole zoning problem for'Gibsons municipality. Council prefers to wait,  if it can, to have the advice of  this board before it makes any  decision on this knotty problem.  Council will also consider asking the provincial government to  help the village with the development of the bay beach. The idea  is to build a wall and obtain a  "sand beach in time.  George Hopkins, manager of  Sechelt Motor' Transport, appeared at the request of council to  discuss parking problems at the  Vancouver-bound bos stop. Council bopes to get the bus moved  further north away from the  present parking area and form  a new bus stop on a fill which  would extend from the present  bus stop area.  Councillor Pay and Clerk Jules  Mainil were delegated to confer  ��with SMT to see what can be  done about the1 suggested change.  Possibility of a shelter construction on the spot suggested will  also be considered:  Councillor Hodgson reported  that contract work.on the Sechelt  Gibsons airport: at Wilson Creek  has been completed and that the  management committee is awaiting the final payment for. the  work from Ottawa;  Total cost has been in vicinity  of $30,000.. Chairman Ritchey  complimented Councillor Hodgson  on the fine work he had done towards completion of the airport  work. .������  Building permits issued by  Gibsons council Tuesday night  covered $7,000 worth of new-  building, c  One issued;; to Frederick and  Ruby Mason of Edmonton calls  for a $6,500; housefand garage on.  the lower, side of Sechelt highway at; BaFs lane,   y  L. A. Mason will build a $500'  storage and utility building on  his house property.  Council f changed the date of  the Tues., Sept 26 meeting to  Mon., Sept. 25 so members of  council? can attend. the provincial  meeting f of B.C. Municipalities  during that week.  Accounts totalling $1,574.83  were scrutinized and ordered  paid. The largest amount went  towards the sewer pipe laid oh  Gower Point   Road '��� - -  School board turns  down Klein request  "���"^sr-syb  Bon Voyage  Lionel R. Singlehurst ��� sr., sailed on the Empress of England  Aug. 24 for Liverpool where he  'will visit his sisters in Kent and  take in other places of interest  as well.   -  Before he sailed a bon voyage  party was held at the Singlehurst  apartment. Guests included Mr.  , and Mrs. M. Lovell, Mr. and  fMrs. M. Shdebottom, Mr,: and  Mrs. R. Adams, Mr. and* Mrs.  R. J. Plows, Mrs. Peggy Lawson,  Mrs. George Crowhurst, Mr. M.  Martindale and Diane Courne-  yeur of New Westniinster, MKs  Odette Voisin of North Vancouver  and Janet Plowsi Mrs. Crowhurst entertained with piano  numbers.  Fine display j  at Pt. Mellon  Port Mellon's Community swim  meet Sunday at Seaside saw  keen competition in some of the  events with close finishes cropping up now and again.  One of the big features nf the  afternoon was the tumbling and  trampoline display by Dan Strain  and his pupils which kept the  crowd agog at times with the  difficult manoeuvres performed  on the trampoline. It was Dne of  finest afternoons Port Mellon has experienced from the  point of view of. contestants,  crowd f and y sunshine. -Races  ranged all the way from paddlers  to experts.  /-Sechelt School Boards Tuesday  ' night decided not to ��� change its  position on the transportation is-  " sue concerning- Michael Klein, a  12 year old former polio case at  Pender Harbour. This means that  the boy will walk a half-mile to  the nearest 1ms in order to get  to school.  The board saw no reason for  ���changing its earSer decision of  the previous meeting when it  was decided not to allow the bus  to continue on the road in question. Reasons why no change  was made arose from the following information before the board:  The boy. -rhfle crippled, plays  .just as hard as others at the  school. The d_stance from his  .home to the school bus pickup  is only one-half mile.  The facts as reported in the  original Vancouver newspaper  .stories were basically incorrect  as Mrs. Klein, the lad's mother,  was informed by the board at  its earlier meeting that the mat  te., would _eYr^Hsidered;at:fit&  next. meeting, = fwhieh ?was Tuesk  day night, this /week.        ,���."���'��� k'���  As a_: result the meeting decided that no. new information had  been presented to cause the  board to change in its decision..  Other argument presented during discussion in this case was  based on the fact that to allow  this one case to be altered would  result in a number of cases involving similar distances, more1  or less, would come before ��� the  board and they, too, would have-  to be granted.  Earlier in the evening a delegation appeared from ��� Bowen Island complaining, about the trans  portation arrangements now that  their high school children who  were attending a West Vancouver school1 come to Gibsons. Disr-  trict superintendent G. E. John^  ston informed the delegation that  transportation costs for Sechelt:  School District, were the highest-:  in all British  Columbia.  Busy summer for Scouts  , RETARDED  CLASS  Sechelt and District. Association for Retarded Children plans  to open a class for Retarded  Children," 6 years and over, early  in September. Interested parents  are asked to contact Mrs. D. C.  Cameron, Pender Harbour; Mrs.  T. A: Lamb, Sechelt, or Mrs. N.  H. Hough,  Gibsons.  HORSESHOE  TOURNEY  A Peninsula horseshoe tournament will be held at the, Peninsula hotel Saturday. Entries will  close at 12 noon so the elimination contests can start at 1 p.m.  For further, information contact  Mike Turik at Peninsula  Hotel.  VISITORS FROM; SASKATOON  Rey. Robert Schhell an<| family from Saskatoon were'recent  visitors at the home of Miss C."  Bremner in Gibsons. Dr. Schnell,  is' 'principal ;bf St. Andrew's United Church college in Saskatoon  land has been giving g.course, of  lectures at Union College Summer School in Vancouver.  LOST A  SKI?  Found, one water ski, complete  with fittings. Call at Coast News  office.-" , .,i :',���  BE CAREFUL  One person will be killed on  Canadian highways every hour  and a half this Labor Day weekend, if. last year's record is duplicated, warns the All Canada Insurance Federation. The last  long weekend this year will be  the. most dangerous; according to  the records of the federation.  ,M_______��__--- |   II      ���____-_-���* Hi ������    ���^���-^-��������� ��� IW.-il        I. I    II IM  MERRY MENAGERIE  BIG  MARROWS  Y'L. T. LaFond, Hopkins Landing, grows his marrows up his  cherry' trees and reports success:  He picked one on \ August v25;  whichkweighed^20 lb, ;3, oz., and ?  has another in the nearly 20 lb.  class. Who can beat that!  "IVa a birdhousel"  .First Gibsons Scoot Troop will  .-start another season's activities  Sept. 8 when fhe troop meets in  ihe .School Han at 7 pjn. In the  meantime the group committee  is busy acquiring land so a troop  Oieadquarters can be constructed  with the beJp of Mr. W. Scott.  Here is a fist of activities by  ifhe troop doing July and Aug-,  oist:  Jidy Sz A bottle drive with Cub  assistance - daring which the  Scouts and Cote collected $159.75  Swimmers' badges were presented to P/X. Mario Barendregt and  Scouts Wayne Swanson and Russell Thomas.  July 35: Service Scoots aided  the A Pack Q_b grand hike under Cubmaster Leo Daoust.  Scouts involved were Wayne  Swanson, Daral Burritt, Terry  Porshner and Keith Rhodes.  They did good work, especially  in the First Aid field. '  July _���, 21 and 22: Raven patrol under P/L Mario Barendregt held a water camp at Gower Point. This camp was a patrol  effort under minimum sopervis-  ion. A Job/ 21 inspection showed  the standard was above average.  A display of driftwood deserves  special mention.  Aug. 5 and f- Nigftthawk and  Falcon patrols with A/S Al Ray-  nor and Manr Volen went on an  overnight trip to ML Hallowell  forestry lookout on the Caren  range hear Pender Harbour. En  route they visited the Kolonial  mine. J. Harwoodl of the Forestry   department   and the   min^  foreman gave * the boys an interesting talk. Universal Timber of  Gibsons supplied a truck for  transportation.  August 12: A second booksale  was held in front of Gibsons Elementary School during the Fair  netting $16.86 which goes to the  camping fund. Dining shelters  used were part of the Kiwanis  club donation of camping equipment. This club, sponsors the  Scout  troop.  Aug. 17 to ,20: Eagle patrol under P/L John Harris were Service Scouts at a district Cub  camp at the site of the former  B & K logging camp near Roberts Creek and helped make the  camp a success.  WI RAFFLE  . Mrs. B. Mackenzie, Los Angeles, won the Ayres Wool blanket, raffled by the Women's Institute. On Aug. 25 some 31 passengers went to the P.N.E. on  the Women's Institute chartered  bus for their annual outing. Everyone had a good time.  < __. mmmm   ���___��� . _-_���   �����������"���    ���"���"���   ������  O.A.P.O. MEETING  The O.A.P.O. social meeting  for Mon., Sept. 4 has been cancelled owing to the Labor Day  holiday. Next general meeting  will be held in Kinsmen Hall,  Mon., Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. At this  meeting a full report on the convention held in Victoria, will be  given. New members are always  welcome. . Bhje (Boast Mtms  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd., P.O.  Box 128, Gibsons, B.C., and authorized as second class mail and for  payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Weekly Newspaper;;: Association,  B.C.  Weekly.. Newspaper  Association  and? B.C  Weeklyy Newspapers 'Advertising' Bureau, 608-1112   W. vPender St.,  Vancouver, B.C. - "   >  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $135 for six months. United  Statesyand foreign, $3.50 per year.  ......;, Fred Cruice�� Editor and Publisher. ���5  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  t^Stas^r^-i  BCE future? Who knows!  Havinig observed the ins and outs going on ever since Premier  Bennett announced his government was taking over the B.C.E., tho  Coast News editor believes that the editorial he wrote in the Dec. 15  issue last year merits consideration again. Here is that editorial under the "heading A Reluctant Premier:  "There is a great hubbub over the Columbia River power project  with Hon. David Fulton trying to come to terms witb Premier Bennett of British Columbia, resulting in the opportune disappearance  of Mr. Bennett without explanation.  "Coupled with this is a story that appeared in a Vancouver newspaper headed "Huge Electric Network Forecast." It was an Associated Press story from Seattle and was as follows:  "A giant power system, linking the Pacific Northwest  with Canada, the Missouri Valley and southern California by  1970, was forecast here Friday by Gus Norwood, executive  secretary of the Northwest Public Power Association.  "Norwood, of Vancouver, Wash., said the system should  include transmission lines of 460,000 to 500,000 volts and 500,000  to 800,000 kilowatt generators."  "When Arthur Laing, former Liberal leader in B. C. addressed  the Kiwanis club in Gibsons some months ago, the edUtpr of the Coast  News asked Mr. Laing who was speaking on the power situation in  British Columbia, if Mr. Laing did not think there was a possible  scheme afoot towards some sort of control of a giant power grid,  including B. C. and parts of the United States. Mr. Laing did not  think such a scheme was involved.  "Mr. Laing could be right, but in view of the Seattle story and  Mr; Bennett's reluctance to face up to Mr. Fulton at this time, a suspicion, and a natural one, lurks that, the wealthy Wenner-Gren in  terests with a vast Peace River development could quite easily hold  the balance of power, if the term can be used, in such a giant.  "This publication is convinced there is a great deal involved in  the Wenner-Gren and Columbia River projects, more, than, just building two power systems. There is considerable jockeying now going  on and Mr. Bennett's disappearing act does little towards killing this  idea. Tieing in with a huge power grid taking in a wide area in the  United States is a prize which will have its financial reward."  Mr. Bennett as noted in the editorial above, was reluctant  about meeting Mr. Fulton over the Columbia River scheme but he  was not reluctant in taking over the BCE to help him along with the  Peace River project.  There is much too much about Mr. Bennett's action that is unexplained and at times, when he has offered an explanation, it is most  difficult to believe: Mr. Bennett claims he has taken over the BCE  in the interests of the public at large:������This brie could believeif the  take-over had been total: Right now it is faryfjjqm total: ^her,e;:3[re  too many doors left ajai% Mr. Bennett iniglit find fit advisable f fo' use  one of them one of these days arid that door will be labelled "The  w,ay to return the BCE to a private company." Impossible? To some  yes, but not to Mr. Bennett. He reversed himself once and it will be ,  just as easy for. him to reverse himself again.  What will the public think? The B.C. public will swallow his reasonings just as readily as they have swallowed all his "pills" to date.  Riding tigers in Victoria  An old Chinese proverb says: "He who rides a tiger dare not  dismount." It is applicable, to a good many situations or predicaments in which governments find themselves. Looking at the Victoria  scene alone, an observr might fconclude that the government there  had a stable of tigers and was ready to adopt.more on sUght excuse.  As it would be idle to ask the fearful rider of the tiger ywhy he  mounted in the first place, it might be equally idle to inquire into  the origins of many governmental troubles.  QUOTABLE   QUOTES  A person with charm is one who can make another feel that  both of them are pretty wonderful people.  * *       *  Golfing businessmen often feel that if they shoot above par they  are neglecting their,golf; and if they shoot below par they are neglecting their business. YY    k YYyy.  *  '    *    '''*f Y .'���  Many a guy has the habit of saying, "Well, I'm going to tell you  the truth. . ."Makes me wonder what he. has been telling me.  Have character ��� don't be one.  * *       *  Some workers have lots of "get-up-and-go" when it's time to get  up and go home. Yes, sir, they're the ones who. get "fired with enthusiasm."  . It's unfortunate that the symptoms of fatigue and laziness are  practically identical.  Life's Darkest Moment  {T^fj-T  The new Bank of Canada governor  2       Coast News, Aug. 31, 1961.  dition   of   "full  stretch."   But  he    cautions    against    placing  too much, reliance on monetary  policy as  either  a restraining  or  stimulating   force  without  adequate  support ..from appropriate    -fiscal, t debt    manage-.  , ment and  other  economic po-  -   licies-of the government.  s     Mr. Rasminsky- .also believes  that"K while   the- central   bank  has an-import^nt^part to play,  in influenoin^jtfie" trend of in-  .   terest rates ,inAa' direction  ap-  - propriate- to the economic sitii-  ���   ation it should not attempt Pto  impose any particular level iof  * interest jfatelskwhich would be  Considered   unrealistic   by  the  securities market.  The new governor empha-  . sizes the need for close coordination of monetary, fiscal,  debt' management and other  policies to ensure that the.  blend or - "mix" will be purposefully directed to overall  economic objectives. This calls  for close and continuous con-  ta'ct between the bank and the  government and Mr. Rasmiri-  -sky says he will play his full  part in achieving it.  Mr. Louis Rasminsky, who  has been recently appointed  governor of the Bank of Canada,, has had wide experience  in ^financial, . economic and  trade affairs ���"������ both in Canada and abroad. He j.has made  public his views on broad'as-  pects of his new responsibilities. These views" had been  made known to the directors  and tHe government when his  appointment was being considered.  Mr. Rasminsky- relates his  views on the respective responsibilities of the central bank  and the government for monetary policy to two main principles. The first is that in^the  ordinary course of events/tho  Bank of Canada is responsible  for monetary policy. Thev second is that if the government  disapproves of the policy being carried out by the Bank of  Canada, it has the right and  the responsibility to give formal instructions to the Bank to  change it to- one which the  government considers, more desirable.  Mr. Rasminsky says these  principles are designed to ensure ffoat the bank has "the  necessary independence and  responsibility in its day-to^ay  operations to "regulate credit  and currency in the best interests of the. economic life of  tae natjon"\ (in the language'  of tfts Bank of Canada) without being affected by pressures  from any source.  In the longer run, if serious  conflict on monetary policy  were to arise between the government and the bank, and  this conflict could not be resolved by conscientious effort  on both sides, the government  would be able to instruct the  bank ..what _ policy it wished  carried out. ��� The bank would  then havekto comply. This action would place" the responsibility for the new policy on  the government. If the governor *of the bank felt that in  good conscience he could not  carry 'out the., government's  policy, he would have--the duty,  to resign.  Mr. Rasminsky suggests that  amendments to .the Bank of  Canada fact may be required to  deal with these "points'.  At the same time Mr. Rasminsky. has ' also ' made public  some views-on the way monetary policy fits in to other public policies directed to the  broad aims of high level employment,   price   stability  and  sustained economic growth. '  For instance, he believe?  that, monetary policy-should be  flexible and that it should encourage the use of credit in  times of large unemployment  and unused ��� capacity arid discourage it in times -when, .the  economy is approaching a con-  1,000 WATER DEATHS k  Nearly 1,000 Canadians died  last year because they neglected simple rules of water, safety. 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Then' comes  the .pfromeaa&e,' parallel'-with  Prirtcess Street, but, below it,  and the slope from the-pro  omenpde up to the street is filled in with thousands of roses  in full bloom.   ,.   "  This is the setting for remarkable 'free entertainment  arranged by Edinburgh Town  Council every afternoon and  evening. There are band concerts, pipe bands, gymnastics,  all kinds of dancing, Highland,  Scots Country dancing, old-  time and modern, for yomr;  and old, with competitions  now and-.then;   YYy-Y'k  k*.-3|6   '  .^    '' 5|C ������  One  evening last   week ywe  looked: down  on   some   Scots  Country  dancing.'There   is   aY  lady   of   ceremonies,   and   she  has   ^demonstration team   of  ladies and  gentlemen, the  ladies   in   white bbnutfont  bjill  ���Tobim costumes   and  with * tar-'  tan .scarves on their shoulders,  the men in ~ the kilt. They demonstrate the particular dance,-  then  the  public forms sets,  I.  counted over 300 on the floor.  There was one interesting  incident on ( which I had my  eye. When the public forms  sets, the demonstrators don':  take part, not yet, but the men  stand to one side, and the girls  to the other. The lady of ceremonies then explains that these  dancers dance and practise all  winter for their own pleasure,  ibut in summer come down to  these gardens to dance for .the  fain of it, and any visitor, par  ticularly one from overseas,  wanting a partner, just to step  GIBSONS  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DUROID ROOFS  Reroofing & Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  MODERN  BUILT INS  A Store & Office Fixtures  A Custom Built Cabinets  A   House Building  Guenther Barowsky  Beach  Ave.,  Roberts  Creek  Ph.  886-9880  up and take one of -the* demonstrators. * -  ' I just, happened to have my  highly observant eye on a tall,  slim, pretty -girl in a brown  silk .dress. -j-he.*,stood' up" on  this invitation, and, as the  Scots" say, swithered, then  threw discretion to the winds,  made her way. ^down "> with obvious purpose "and collared_one  of the**kilted -young gentlemen  as partner? I - followed subsequent events from my eyrie".  She had_no trouble in catching  on to the steps of that dance,1-  and wasjthe picture of 'grges J  and happiness.'     ? -, ���       "f���'- $  The converse takes place  too, for our lady friend, who  has her words aptly chosen for ���  the occasion, % takes rather a  malicious delight in" inviting  visiting young American mon  to leave their cameras in their  seats, and come and get a partner, said'partner being one of  these lovelies in white, who  are  enured   to  this treatment,  - and jvho were also the dancers at the Palace, and with  whom    the    Duke,   of   Edin-  , burgh had a long, long confab  when they;: were introduced to  thim there.' -kf. /  ��� ��� One d^ recently, 'when wef  were mailing something in a  little post offiee. in the High  Street:we.fsawya notice, "Museum of Childhood." This time,  we have avoided museums and  art galleries .for the far more  entertaining ��� experience o f  Edinburgh out of doors, but  curiosity got the abetter of us  and in we went, into *a wonderland of long ago.  *      Sje      #      . -  One of the city councillors,  Mr. Patrick Murray, has acquired the use of a four-storey  old house on the High Street  in the Old Town, and has filled it with every kind of doll,  every kind of toy, book, game,  dress ,every appurtenance of  childhood down from the days  of the Georges. I was particularly interested in a glass case  full of teddy bears, exactly  the same as those well-beloved  but noisesome specimens that  used to haunt the box under  the built-in seat in our kitche.i  in North Vancouver. The Edinburgh ones, one and all, were  worn bare and had been re-  treaded as to paws, just as  ours were.  In the case there was the explanation of their origin. There  was the original cartoon of the  late President Teddy Roosevelt, returning from a hunting expedition in 1902, showing the President marching in  front, armed, to his well-known  iteeth, followed by a guide  leading a very small bear on a  collar and chain, and the back  .ground was filled in with;  heayily^rmed guides and porters. This was more or less what  happened   oh  one "of  Teddy's  trips.   ������..���..-,      Y;  $y sje Y#���.������'. * f /  ' A Russian named Mitchom,  resided in.the States -Wrote to  Teddy ^ Rfeosevelt knd got his  permission to make a toy bear  to be named Teddy to commemorate that safari, and the  first of the species was made  from that particular . material  which still encases Teddies and  originally was made in York-  shire. ' 't  High upstairs, among the.  books of .childhood. I noticed  by its newness, a .1960 translation of "Winnie the Pooh"  into Latin," and I have since  visited the stately firm of  book-sellers who., are across the  street"   from   Edinburgh   Uni-  Real Car Economy  NSU  Gives up to 70 miles on 1 gal. of Gas  MCKAY 5 231���12th St., New Westminster  T. THOMAS  Phone 886-9572  District Sales Manager  GIBSONS  The Cunningham's  HALFMOON BAY, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-9927  AUTHORIZED  SERVICE   &  PARTS  t  versity and bought a ��copy and  have   since. been / reading " a  chapter a night."-  X "*'-  > ^The ^menti9P of-Pooh brings  to, mind Rabbit's Friends and  Relations, and that in " turn  leads ��� riie to report ythat. we  have had such a^woivierful  time visiting my wife's friends  arid relations in Edinburgh  and in- the lovely dld-wqrld  village of Carlops on the Pent-  land hills south of Edinburgh  that we have decided to return t  to   come -under  the   spell 'of  ^Edinburgh   once   more" before  we leave. " .  "t *  Not that I didn't run into a  totally unexpected bit of magic  myself. My wife had an invitation from one, of .her, former-,,  teachers to attend the "Founder's Day Service, for which  she bad two tickets, at George  Watson's College, which I once-  attended. The lady said that  if Eric was at the main door  at 11 a.m. he could probably  get in with them.  I was there and got in, and  to the amazement of the ladies,  I was immediately recognized  and swept from their company  and the reddest of red carpets  was unrolled, and I have since  'been a" participant in a succession of lunches, teas and school  games, official and unofficial  welcomes, from which I am  still dizzy.     -"���"' '  .On   the   evening of Founder's   Day J the' LschooJ. ^pupils  stage 'a play- This year it was  "sThe Murder in the Cathedral"  dealing   with " the ���> murder of  -Thomas" a' Beckett. The school ~  has a full stage and  lighting,  and the boys put on a marvel-  clous    performance,    so   WordPerfect that it made me wonder  what  time they  had   for  ,their routine  studies,   and  on  enquiring, I was told that rehearsals had  been on for two  weeks before the  show. From  which   I   inferred   that   there  were more brains in the school  now than when I was there.  Rogers  PLUMBING SUPPLIES  .     GIBSONS, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-2092  WHOLESALE   &   RETAIL  corner off PRATT RD. & SECHELT Hf-WAY  STORE HOURS ���- Open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.  Closed on Mondays  J. J. Rogers &. Son  PAINTING CONTRACTORS  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING  INDUSTRIAL COATINGS  FLOOR  TILING by CONTBACT  For fast reliable service Ph. 886-9333  Filgas General Stare  IRVINES LANDING  OPEN FROM 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. WEEKDAYS  SUNDAYS 1 p.m. to 8 p.mk  FISHING GEAR AND LICENSES  FRESH MEAT AND GENERAL SUPPLIES  COFFEE SHOP  OPEN FROM 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. DAILY  White 3-piece bathroom set with taps   $  99.00  Colored 3-piece bathroom set with taps  $119.00  (We have the higher price sets too)  White enamel shower cabinets      $  52.50  We have full slock of Streamline copper pipe & fittings  CHEAPER THAN THE DEPARTMENTAL STORES  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long,-single hub      4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, double hub      1/2" copper pipe, per' foot   1/2" copper elbow      lO^    Solder    .   1 lb.  SPECIAL ��� Double stainless steel sinks    ....  3" copper pipe, per foot     ASeyr Pembroke fca^s -jiY... ^-...-...i.:.-....v............  New English china toilets with seats   ...;:k...  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P5*-  ^^*s_  ^\  ��"���  TWO BIG DAYS SEPT. 1 & 2  at  Morgan's Mens Wear  (ACROSS FROM SECHELT POST OFFICE)  Feast your eyes on our  at the store's new location  Collared White  T-! "  "  WOIKSHIRTN  SPEOy_LLY PRICED  While they last    for  FREE  FOR OTHER SPECIALS SEE OBR FLYER  Hawaiian orchids FREE to women  (Courtesy Ann's Flower Shop)  Pant Hangers FREE to men  Electric razor lor first two casual Jacket sales W or over Coast News, Aug. 31, 1961.  WANTED  New members or teams  wanted for Sports Club,  Fri. 7 to 9. Anyone interested contact F. Jorgensen or D. W. Steele.  YYPh. 885-2033  SECHELT  BOWLING ALLEY  Prince Rupert wedding  j t ..   .  4&      SI    IS  bour to be bridesmaid.  The groom was attended by  Mr. Lussier and Carl Rietze" of  Gibsons was usher. ~Z  For her, daughter's wedding  Mrs. Rletze chose a vsheath dress  and matching duster with white  accessories. >~  A reception was held later at  the home of the bride and groom  at which toasts were proposed'to  the newly wedded couple. Among  - expressions of congratulation was  a telegram from the bride's sister in Vancouver.  4��? G? s  Your car is your  second largest  investment  Protect it with  SHELLUBRICATION  & Safety Checks  SPECIAL  wash &   tlhCA  WAX JOB   ylU-lIU  Cut  polish slightly extra  JOHNSON ��� RIETZE  Newcomers   to Prince Rupert  were principals in a :pretty wed-  . yihg <*erernony. performed.recently   in   Annunciation   church   by  Rev. M. C. Murphy, OMI.  " The, bride is the former Mae  . Doris   Rietze,   daughter   of- "Mr.  and; Mrs. fEirnest Rietze  of Gibsons  aqd  the groom   Frank   C.  Johnson is the son. of Mr.  and  Mrs. Frank Johnson of Vancouver.? The ceremony was held at  8 p.m.  The ,groom is employed "at the  Canadian- Government, grain elevators. ���' ��� -' y._.- -v-'Y A  Given in marriage by her father,    the  bride   wore  a   white  dresskvith;ibolero in rayon and  nylon lace. A'peafl tiara held her.;  floor length veil and she carried '������  a bouquet of red roses and car-;  nations.  Mrs. Gilles Lussier was matron of honor* and Miss Jessie  Scoular came from. Pender Har-  Gibsons  Shell  Charlie & Terry  Ph.   886-2572  DEALERS for  FIBREGLAS KITS  and MATERIAL  Fibreglas Steelcote Epo^  Liix paint  Fibreglas Anti-fouling  paint  FAIRMILE  BOAT WORKS LTD.  ROBERTS   CREEK ��� 886-7738  FREIGHT & PASSENGER TAXI SERVICE  Cessna   170   &  Cessna  180:' "...  The firstfand largest permanently established  commercial  seaplane base, in Sechelt  GAS  & OIL FOR AVIATION & MARINE  Phone  885-9500 ���- residence 885-2143 \  WE'RE ON OUR WAY!  SECHELT AIR SERVICES I^D.     2  Porpoise Bay, Sechelt, B.C. . ,  ; ;     .  Halfmoon Bay  By PAT WELSH  Redroofs Fishing Derby got  underway Aug. 19 and 20 and  competition was keen, the youngsters joining in this year. After  the weigh-in at the home of Mr  C. Wright, Mrs. W. McDonald  presented the Stoker Cup to Mr.  E. Piper, winner of the. largest  fish caught andv awarded prizes  to other lucky winners.  Mrs. Tom Devereux, Julie and  Dennis, of Alberni, spent a few  days visiting the Pete Meuse" at  Halfmoon Bay. Mrs. A. Bates of  Chicago is at her summer home  at Hydaway for a few weeks.  The Frank Claydons have^ a  full house, their gues.ts being  their son Ray, Mrs. Claydon and  children Sally and Phillip and  guest John Simkins of Okanagan  Mission. Their other granddaughter Linda is returning to her  home in Vancouver on Monday.  Another visitor from Kelowna  is Mr. Dale who is the'guest of  his daughters Mrs. C. Wright  and Mrs. F. Birrell.  At the Ernie White home are  the Misses Jean, Meg, and Nan  Campbell of West Vancouver.  Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.  Bob White and family and Mr.  and Mrs. Eric White and family.  Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Lefeaux  with Ruth and Peter are spending the week in Edmonton. They  will return to spend the holiday  weekend here at their summer  home.  Mrs. Heber Greene and grandson Colin spent a few days as  the guests of Canon Greene last  week. Alan Greene jr., weekended here.  kNew  arrivals   at   the   George  Nairn home  are Mr.  and   Mrs  Gordon Hesselton and family of  Vancouver.  The Halfmoon - Bay- ^Ladies  Auxiliary to St. Mary's -Hospital, YGarden .Bay, will meet at  the Post Office building at 2 p.m.  Sept. 12.  Sechelt News  ;, bV7-4rs...a.avt'pench-  Recent' visitors 'at the home  of Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd" Tur_t<;r  'were "their. grandchildren.  Sharon, Brian, -ard Debra  Wood of., New - Westminster.*  Mr. and Mrs. /Turner rw,ere ,ih  Vancouver where they- attended two .weddings/ returning  with them their son, PO 2, B.  M. Turner, his wife and two  is^ns, Kirk and Craig of Victoria, for a short holiday. On  Aug. 28 Mr. and Mrs. -Turner  will be driving - to-California  to attend the wedding ^ of  Yvonne Gary,, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Gary  of West Sechelt. Yvonne' attended Elphinstone High school  and after graduation trained  at the Vancouver General Hospital and has been ^nursing in  California since last fall.  On sick list in Shaughne9sy  hospital is Frank French.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J.  Mayne is Miss Ella' and Miss  Bessie Jamieson of Vancouver  also Mr. and Mrs. C. Tinson  and family.  Mrs. Alice Batchelor is visiting son John and family in  Vancouver.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.  Rankin is Mrs. George Richardson the former Norma Mel-  vin formerly of the teaching  staff of Sechelt elementary  school. Miss Melvin was active in Guide work whilst here  and greatly missed when she  left. She is now teaching at  Nanoose Bay on Vancouver Island. ���  Mr. C. Duncan of Sechelt  Inn is in St. Mary's hospital,  Garden Bay.  >* /J  wrmmmmum  ^ .,-'���  ~r ���>.��-���..* i  IBtm*  '..obv.  mAajJ   '������'*"  -?''-���'��' roV ALt'SHOWS'START AT 8 p.n^.,.y, t;y>> ���  Frida^,; Saturday, Monday _���'.Se~ptemberki; {2~o-' 4  mS  Greer Garson -      -. Ralph Bellamy  Stinrise at C&mpobelto  Technicolor"    "  Sunday -_- September, 3  MIDNIGHT SHOW  Starts at 12:05 a.m.  Joe Morrow Brian Donlevy  Juke Box Rhythm  ^^^^^^^*^^*0**+0^p+r^m*^i^^^^^^^^+-  Melt Bowling Alley  FALL OPENING  SEPT.l  Fri. & Sat. OPEN ��:J0 ��._.  Monday al 2 p.a.  Ph. 885-8018 for reservations "  DANCING   SESSIONS  The Fall sessions.of the Royal  Academy of Dance under' Miss  Anne Gordon will commence  Thursday, Sept. 7. Interested  persons can phone Mrs. William  Dockar, 886-2631 of Mrs. W. Davis,  886-2009.  *^^A��%**��^^^*��^��^#N*^>  REGINA   VISITORS  Visiting Mr. arid Mrs. Fred  Cruice,. Gibsons, are their son :  and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roy  Cruice of Regina, Sask. They  motored out here with Mr. and  . Mrs.' Ron Cruice, who were married in Vancouver recently and -  are residing in Gibsons.  OUR STORE WILL BE  CLOSED SEPT. 5-6  OPENED FOR BUSINESS  THURSDAY SEPT. 7  BEST QUALITY SHOES  Marine   Men's  Wear  LTD.  Ph. 886-2116  Gibsons  ,1 HARDWARE*  APPLIANCES  Ph. 886-2331  ^MMlt^M^M  <M^AMMMIM  (1957)   LTD,  WILSON CREEK ��� Ph. 885-2111  1   ONLY  M MXMIL Victor  iod napi    j  REGULAR PRICE $2342     yY  Reduced to only $2107  THIS CAN*T BE mTCH^D ANYWHERE f:  NOW you can buy...  REPAIRS and  ACCESSORIES  ...onoiirGMAcpuy(  1952 CHEV. k ton Truck  1955 CHEV. Sedan  1956 CHEV. v_ tori Truck  1955 THAMES Panel  1951 PONTIAC Sedan  1951 STUDEBAKER  $325  $898  $200  $185  We "who make whisky say:  DRINKING   AND    DRIVING  DO    NOT    MIX  Fine whisky is a luxury and should be treated as  such. And, knowing when to say "no" plays a  great part in the art of sensible living.  Neither whisky nor any other alcoholic  beverage has any/plaiceat thetwheel of an1 automobile. Drinking and driving do not mix.  Thisfconviction must be shared by every:  thinking person who drives a scar, particularly  this Labour Day .weekend; when many., holiday-,  ing families will be travelling on^ijsh Columbia  .highways. ��� -k.\y.t'Y'y;-'.vv y.'X���}<;';'-"..'���". '": Y'  , If you expect to be at the wheel of a car this  week-end, we sayto you: Think before you drink.  Don't, drink before you jdrive;  ���THB-'BOUSe of ^eagram  MEN   WHO   THINK   OF   TOMORROW...PRACTICE   MODERATION   TODAY  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or .by;'the Government of British Columbia,   y Mm ��eMola&M^e|s' Cl&qJ.  Turkey  dinner,  7 jp.mu   Legion  Hall, Gibsons.  '   ' *  '"-'Y.     *��� '  43INGO fc. BINGO ��� BINGO  Nice.prizes and Jackpot  Evei-y, ^Monday at 8 p.m. in the  Gilfcbfe��i_j,giOtt Hall.UJ<.k  "engagement  Capt. arid Mrs. D. W. Dillabough,  Pender Harbour, announce the  engagement of their daughter  Diane to Hank Stroshein, son of  Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Stroshein,  Wilson Creek. The wedding will  take place Oct. 21, 1961.  ���*t\.l��*rj. *ll.kt*Z4t&��K��~ . / .u~   ^Vr*-**-"* ~.~~A*i*^ 4^^V^��i *T JW  -riV-  WANT_3D TO RENT  AUTOS FOR SALE  _J   Deal with" Confidence  with  '   TOM DUFFY .    ,  SECHELT. REALTY  AND INSURANCE  vl,tqrr2 bedroom'home, in Gibsons  for Oct. l.'Warm and comfortable  References.   Phone 886-9831.   ,  BOARD. AND ROOM  WANTO)  FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE    Resoectable   man    clean   habits  Phnnoc-. J!8&9ifii    fission       ' "esP.eciaDie  man,  ciean  namis,  non-smoker, would like room and  board, Gibsons area. Ph. 886-9513  ���...I.."-      ��� I | !������  -������!!���        I ������ _��-_-_--_------W---W-_%  MISC. FOR SALE  CARD  OF THANKS  I wish to express my thanks to  all my relatives arid friends for'  all the gifts, flowers and cards  received   during-my  Recent ill-  Phones:,, 385*2161,  885-2120  Modern    3   room   house,   full "  plumbing. Well located on  acre  of land. Few steps to beach, $4500  '          .                           ��� Girl's full sized bike, $8; Under-  Nice view lot   all   in garden, wood   typewriter,   office   model,  sacrifice price $1100. Name your $50; trailer, (licensed) $30;' knit-  own terms.               . ting machine,  best offer. Phone  885-2146.  Half acre   with  view,   100 ft.     ���  frontage on black top road. Small    7 mm Schultz and Larsen Mag-  house fully serviced. $2200, cash"   num hunting rifle with Leopold  Pioneer  4X   scope  and   mount.  xxxxxxxx  xx< x  xxx ���> x  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XX />XXXXXXX/��k xxx  IXX^J XXXXXX \J  XX  WHO ELSE WANTS  A NEW CAR!  BUY IT NOW WITH A  LOW-COST LIFE-INSURED  XX-   XXX   XXXX XXXX X   xxxx  X       xxxxxx  XX   X     . X      X      X      X   xxxx  XX       xxxxxx  ���            XXX  XXX XXX XXXX  XXXX X  X  XX  XXXX X  Small view home located close  to beach etc. Only $4500. Terms.  DON'T rFORGETJ ! !  You can  New, $250. Sell for $150; Also  ammunition. Graham McLean,  Phone 886-2477.  XXXX X  XXXX X    X  X  X XX ��� X  XXXX XXXXX  XX  XX   X  nesskThanks also'to the doctors . buy<a  lot.  in" "EVERGREEN   J Deluxe Gendron  baby buggy;  and nurses at~rSt/ Mary's Hospital for all their care and kindnesses. Gerry Clarke.  ANNOUNCEMENT        Yk  ,  - NELSON'S ~"  LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS  RUG CLEANING.  Phone Sechelt 885-9627 Y  or  in   Roberts^^Creek,   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  ACRES" for as low at $800, with  only 10% down. Further details,  call  KAY BUTLER  Sechelt 885-2161 or  -< Gibsons 886-2000, evenings.  i  "A Sign of Service"  Small   cabin,   easy   to   move,  'only $400.  PHONE 886-2191  blue,   excellent  Phone 886-9963.  condition,   $25.  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  K Coast News, Aug. 31, 1961.       5  Real estate  men to meet  P. D. P. Holmes of Victoria,  president of the B.C. Association  of Real Estate Boards and a past  president of the Victoria Real  Estate board, will be the keynote speaker at this year's Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards convention. To be  held in Banff, Sept. 4-7, "the convention is expected to be attended by some "650 realtors.  Mr. Holmes will speak on  "Ninety Billion" Cups of Tea."  Other ��� British Columbians to  speak 'include Prof. Philip H.  White of U.B.C, ColYHerbert R.  Fullerton of: Vancouver^ - president ' of CJ..R1E.B.V arid Hon.  Howard C. Green, minister of  state for external affairs.  Siamese kittens, both sexes". Pro-     ��^ -m, _-i .��-�����-_-���.��-. --_ �����.._.     ���*,��**,*���._��... i~'.'A���      Z-  ceeds O.E.S. Mrs. ZR. J. Eades;     DIRECTORY     f>IHECTORY (Con*toucd)  Phone 886-2194, R.R. 1, Gibsons.  * :  There was a young man who  went to the; doc f  WiftfbaokjSt^ -from layingycqn-  '.''crete block. 'A'" '���     ''"'"   '; "A'  Had he  known,   he! could have  block. :- ::-4r :.y  Here is a place to put it! W  .-acr&f wifh   creek,-. $1,000. '-  Y. kPHONE 886-2191 y  Selma yPark,   cabin with  light  ter, ori highway, i  PHONE 886-2191  A.  Simpkins,   Bricklayer,   Davis  Bay. Phdrie: 885-2131. y  ~~. PEDICURIST  Mrs  F. E. Cariipbell  Selma Park, on   bus stop  ,   XXJ-  "Phone; 885-9778^-��X..:-....  Evenings by appointment  DAVID NYSTROM  Granthams,   3   rooms,   water,  view, verandah,  $2,500.  PHONE 886-2191  NOTARY PUBLIC  H.  B.   GORDON, &   KENNETT  LIMITED  Gibsons Sechelt  Interior,   exterior' painting.*.Also,    REAL; ESTATE &'INSURANCE  paperhanging.   -Phone     Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  Tree falling, toppingl-or removing lower "limbs for view Insured work from- Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Phone 886-9946.  Marven Volen.  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone Sechelt 885-9678 or write Box 584,  Coast News.   . > "__^  TIMBER CRUISING  K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Van-  couver 9, Phone'iREgent 3^068*  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior   -  ~  *~     Paper Hanging   ,  ;  First Class Work- Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road.  PETER   CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework  Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734  ELPHINSTONE  CO-OP  Lucky Number.  f    August 26 ��� 32562," Purple ^  Hand saws filed arid set: Galleys,  Sechelt Highway, k    ;' Yy'fk ���:  H. Almond, RobertskCireek,  carpenter,   builder,   alterations,   repairs, kitchen cabinets.  Guaranteed work. Phone 886-9825.  _____________     ������  Farm and garden work-done,  also pruning. G. Charman, Ph.  886-9862.  LOST        "������   .    v Yk   ' X4'X-:,X.-.  Medium size part setter^ white*  black markings, short ftailk'Aris- ;  wers to Soda.:���[-'FA B.  Fellowes,  Crow Rd., R.Rkl;  Gibsons, vyk  Choice      waterfront     building  . sites,, $500 down, easy terms.  "  Roberts Creek,' waterfront lot  Peeled log cabin. F.P. $8,500.  Gibsons,   1.63   acres,   modern  2 br. home. F.P. $8,000.  Mortgages   and  N.H.A.  Loans  arranged.  Ewart McMynn, Agent.  CHAS .ENGLISH Ltd.  Ph. -886-2481 or evenings 886-2500  USED ��� Large Burpee pressure  cooker, like new, Vs selling  price; 1 ton screw jack; 6 V*  horse G.E. motors; 16 hp. outboard motor; cartop carriers.  EARL'S  AGENCIES -  Gibsons  NEW ��� All new ice chests  in  stock priced to. sell now.. G.HrQY  for sports fishing tackle.   Y "���"'*  EARL'S   AGENCIES       >*  . .'���';. Gibsons    Y A.]' ...A*'*''  Furnace,   Thermo   controls,    oil,  burner; treadle sewingymachinefc,  V1V_  hp.  3 phase motor;   Vi  hp*,  motor,   etc.   Phone  885-9721.  Hand split cedar shakes. Phone.  886-2604.  DRESSED   POULTRY    y'.t  Boiling fowl, 32c lb., or lots of 6\  at 28c lb.  Large   fryers  at 40c  lb. Wyngaert Poultry Farm. Ph.;  886-9340. I'/.  Old house for removal from former Sheila Reid property, Se-'  chelt Highway. What offers? Ph."  886-7760 or R. Lasser, Gen. Deli  Gibsons. ' ^  Flagstones,   pier   blocks,   drain;,  tile,   available, from   Peninsula  Cement   Products,   Orange   Rd.^  Roberts Creek. .?  Used electric and gas ranges, alv  so oil ranges. C & S Sales, PhY  885-9713,   Sechelt. "4 4".  PENDER HARBOUR  Charles- Island,   7   acres,   small  cottage, private dock. Good shel-    Corner" of PraVRd.*and Seche'R  ROGERS' PLUMBING-  SUPPLIES  Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-2092Y  Highway  We now have a large stock of  oil ranges and refrigerators.  2 Lady Pat oil ranges with  Cycles  burners,i same  asy     *-  new $125 *  1 Gurney combination wood,  coal and 4 ring electric   y  range, good as new. $119  1 oil range, pot. burner        $ 49^  1 Empire, oil range $ 95  1 Enterprise oiLrange v ;Y $ 85  1 McClary oil range. $ 79.,,.  1 4 ring electric range  ytested    :   , $ 25  1 Hot Point electric washing  machine;      f $ 45  1 Seryel gas refrig.  (guiararit6ed)fY $175k  3 Frigidaire friges $ 89  1 garbage burner  white enamel $ 35sv  If Kemac .oil range �� ,.���.. .$ W$$..  Used doors,  $2 and $1.50., eachjlf,  8 pane windows    f >?2.90f^-  6 pane   windows $2.00.��Y  1 McClary combination oil f y k  Waterfront home and I6ts, Apply    arid electric, like riewk     A $129  WilUard, Welcome   Beach,    c/o    3  good   wood  and coal rangeslk-  ter   for    boats.   Asking   $19,500.  ��� Courtesy to agents. L. E. Kyle,  VRealtor"   1429   Marine    Drive,  West Vancouver.  WA 2-1123.  We have a few good listings in  the Welcome Beach and Pender  Harbour areas.   Y  DANIELS  REALTY  Halfmoon   Bay 885-4451  PROPERTY FOR  SALK  Selma   Park   area,   2  br. 'year-  round   home   on   lovely   beach.  .Dining   room,   living vroom,   kitchen, Pembroke bath and ��� utility  room. Completely furnished; down .  to a .can opener. ��� Newlyi pairitecf .  inside   and   including   the    S.CY.  fully   furnished   3   room   suite.  Open   to  offers.  Box   615,  Coast  News. ��� f '���   kkf.k:vk  ���    'k  Corner lot. 60 x 150, cleared,  $2,200 cash or $500 down; Phorte  885-2146; AAA Ay   ....���  Cooper's Store, Redroofsv  PROPERTY WANTED  FOUND  cheap.  1.k^'^Y; Free^JPeliyeryy; f  anywhere'.ori theyPeninsula  We use  Ultra Sonic  Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS'   JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Y Ph.  Sechelt .885-2151  Y ROOFING  HOME BUILDING  HOME   IMPROVEMENTS  Y^ Phone 886-2211  Biui Sheridan  TV ���APPUANCES  SEWIN_   MACHINES  SALES   AND SERVICE  f phone 885-9534.;  For your printing call 886-2622.  GIBSONS        k  y  BUILDING SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE CARRY THE STOCK"  Phone 855-2642  LET US HELP YOU  Y   PLAN NOW  STOCKWELL & SONS  f 885-4488 for.     f  Bulldozing, Backhoe arid, front  end loader work. Clean cement  gravel, fill arid road graVel.  WATER   SURVEY   SERVICES  "���   .'CONSULTANTS' '���  ������-���:-L.- C. EMERSON    ::-,   ��� 'A-  R.R.  1,   Sechelt f ;  ;  ..:"ff::;-ffy" -885-9510   ; AAA'A^A  .     A^ Ei RITGHEV  i  TRACTOR WORK I  Clearing,  Grading,  Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  ��� - Arches, Jacks,  Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  ,    ~; Concrete -Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  jni I-, ' '   i '���        ; _������  See us for all yiour knitting  requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  v.Phone 886-9353 k k  GIBSONS PLUMBING  Heating, Plumbing Y  Quick,  efficient service  ffy Phone 886-2460   f, C  SCOWS    ���     LOGS i  SECHELT TOWING  ~  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment-Moving  .  Y& Log Towing -  Phone 885-4425 Y;     .  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy. Welding  Precision Machinists "  886-7721 Res   886-9956  Draperies by the yard  or made  to measure  All accessories  C & S SALES  Phone 885-9713  SAND Y��� GRAVEL  CEMENT  BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVEWAYS, FILL, eta  SECHELT  BUILDING    SUPPLIES  PhOne 885-960.1  Home and Industrial Wiring  f f   Electrical Heating  Radios,  Apphancesy^TV Service  GIBSONS ELJECTRIG  Authorized GE Dealer  . Phone 886-9325  Young Liberals  plan convention  Sixty Young Liberals representing almost every B.C. riding  will attend the national convention of the YoungXiberal Federation of Canada at Banff School  of Fine Arts,. Sept. 21 to -24, it  was announced'in Vancouver by  Ci M. 'Mike' Jeffrey, president  of the B.C.Y.L.A., and co-chairman of the national convention  committee.  Liberal Leader Hon. Lester  Pearson will head'"-a group of  prominent national and provincial , Liberal figures addressing  the convention, including B.C;  Liberal Leader Ray Perrault,  Saskatchewan - Liberal Leader  Ross vThatcher; and Manitoba  Liberal Leader Gildas Molgat.Y   .  Opening .the convention with a  dinner speech will be Paul Hel--  Iyer. Mr. Hellyer will discuss  "The Task of a Liberal State."  Provincial Liberal delegations  will caucus Thursday evening.  MrY Jeffrey stated that the  B.C. delegation wiU take an active part iri the 'converitiori, presenting papers to all four com-  riaissibns. It is also expected that  B,C. Young Liberals will contest  elections for several posts in the  National Young Liberal executive.'. . ':���-.���'. Y'Y -f '. Y  FOR GLASlS  y, X MMlAkWLdS i:     f  >hone 886-9871-  PENiNSUL_V GLASS  PENINSULA SAND & GRAVEL  Phone   8864813 Y  Sand,   gravel,  crushed   rock.  All material washed and screened or pit ruri.  Good cheap fill  RITA'S BlSAUTY SHOP  - Tiritirig and Styling  Phone   886-2409  Sechelt, Highway  y-^r-Y^ Gibsons Village    Y  l___tlFTEE: DRESS SHOP  , ������,,/ k'Personalized Service";   f  ���' Agents';  Brown Bros. Florists   -    -  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886-9543  D. J. BOY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  LAND SURVEYING  ���.-Y-YSURVEYSf:;  ' ..-    P. OYBox' 37,,.,Gibsons  1334-West Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5.       Ph. MU 3-7477  C. ROYCREGGS  Phone, 885-9712  ... For, y cement j? gravel, ffill,  road  gravel arid crush rock.  Backho|. and Loader ���       - y  fkgtiight Bulldozing A  FEARIIARMFUL  Scare campaigns to frighten  motorists .into .safe driving  dori?t;k:woTk; Y says the B.C.  Automobile Association. It  bases its ; opinion on a study  recently^ concluded at Columbia; University by the AAA  Foundation for Traffic Safety  which found that fear techniques . may actually do " more  harm than good. The BCAA  said;the survey urged that.immediate; experimental studies  be undertaken on "more positive appeals;to influence driver behavior.*'  SMITH'S   HEATING  CHIMNEY  &yOHl STOVES  -. , SERVjfeiB^k Y '���'���  Phone 886-2422.-    y  BACKHOE   and  LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP^'KIUCKS    ���;  Contract or hourly rates    :  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSODL  W.   KARATEEWi   Ph.  886-9826  Ph  Ly'TlayeZCash Buyers for  Acreage    WANTED  A place to- getytake out service  we   suggest   local: grpira Afried  half chicken with Frfench _ried  potatoes froria DANNY'S   -Y  iPhone ^886-?815 Y  BOATS FOR SALE ~^~'''  El Toro II, 28 x 8 x 14 work boat  Phone. 886-2470.   .  12 ft. clinker-built with Briggs  and'Stratton V/2 hp. inboard.motor. Ideal for trolling. Can* be J  seen at Smitty's Marine. H.: D.  Grant, Dougal Rd., Gibsons. Ph^  886-2530.  PRICE   REDUCED  33 ft. old style roomy cruiser,  toilet, sink, oil stove, Universal  engine, $950 cash full price.'Deri  Harling, Garden Bay. TU 3-2366.   ��� ; : ���- .   ��� V���^-'  Moving, must dispose of.;12 ft.  plywood boait and outboard engine. TU 3-2481.  Clinker built boat, 5 hp. inboard  and full equipment with, trailer,  $225. Rhone 886-9593. H. Hawley,  Bayyiew  Road,  Robertis   Cr^ek.  PETS'k.Y Z -k'-.':. Z::X   'AtZ*-': ;-  Short hair terrier cross puppies  Free to good home. Ph: 888-2134  WATCH REPAIRS      ~~ r~"  For guaranteed watch and  jewelry repairs, "see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  on Gibsoris-Sechelt Hi-Way and  North iRpad^ etc. Charles; Steele;  yPiorieer RealtOrkl947 iarigsway,  "Vancouver 12.  ^.FpR;:.RENT:f ]:...4y,..y,yAzA, Y    ���;- ;���;  Two cottages, -,2 br. furnished,  $35, $45 per.[.month. Low fall  rents! Ph6rie'; 886-9853.  '��� Clean, warm, self-contained waterfront , suite. Fully furnished.  Suitable for couple or single party; Reasonable to reliable tenant. Selma Park. Ph. 885-9370.  Two dwellings for rent to reli-  . able parties, immediate possession, one mile east of Roberts  Creek on black-top Lower Road.  1 7 room fully modern home at  $50; 1 4 roorii fully modern home  at $40. ��� For inspection, apply to  Mr. and Mrs. Quinn, Roberts  Creek, Phone 886-7775.  Small warm furnished cottage on,  beach. H arid C water, fridgek  Fuel and light supplied. Reasbnk  able: Phone 886-2551.   vk4X ������ ;? '  Waterfront ���  furnished-7 cottage.0  Hopkins Landing. Phone Gibsons  886-2566.  Self-contained 2 br. upstairs  suited Granthams Store. 886-2163.  Furnished waterfront cottage,  oil stove, 1 br. Responsible parties only. Will lease. Apply Edith  Tawse, Roberts Creek.  Members wanted byythe; Sechelfcr  Ball arid Chain Bibwling League^  9   to  11  Friday  nights,/Sechelt  Alleys/Phone 885-9974 or ��85-4444y  Record player, Hi-fi or stereo,yin*-?  excellent condition. Pri: 886-2292.  ; Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons,  Ph.  886-9950. .  FUELS        ���     44 4.",'     f   -������.,.. Xny  MILLWOOD,  SAWDUST,  BUSHWOOD, COAL  CaU       f  BAIN'S FUEL  885-9634  WOOD, COAL&  TOTEM LOGS  R. N. HASTINGS Ph. 886-9902  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable  Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Fine Home Furnishings  -.-A Major Appliances  Record   Bar  Phone 885-9777  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also   Oil Installation  Free estimate  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAW  Radio, TV repairs  Phone 886-2538. Gibsons  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office      (Phones) . Residence  886-2191    Y ', 886-2131  H. B. Gordon and Kennett  Limited  REAL ESTATE  & INSURANCE.  Box 19 Gibsons, B.C.1  "A Sign of Service?  ***���  COAST NEWS  PHONE 886-2622.  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM   ELECTRIC   LTD.  ......   ... gechelt  Phone 885-2062  Residence,   885-9532.  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  at  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone  886-2346  House  Phone  886-2100  MARSHALL'S   PTJTMBTNG  HEATTNO   *   ctt>t>t t^g  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9890 or 886-2442.  MADEIRA   PARK  BUILDING SUPPLY Co., Ltd.  Cement gravel,  $2.25 yd.  Road gravel   and fill,  $1.50 yd.  Delivered in Pender   Harbour  area-  Lumber,    Plywood,    Cement  Phone TU 3-2241  WIGARD SHOE Sl'ORE  Always a large variety of  shoes in every line  ���        for old and young.  Phone Sechelt 885-9519  PENINSULA     CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt,;  Peninsula   k   '-���'--  Phone kTH.-k  Phone 886r2200  REFRIGERATION    !  SALES AND SERVICE  A.  J. DUFF   ZRAL  ,      Phone  885-4468  SHILCOMB LOOKOUT"  TOOL RENTAL  Sanders,   Skilsaw,   Paint   Spray,  Power Saw, Trailer,  Cement Mixer  Phone Archie Wallker, TU 3-2407  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsoni  11:15 -'a.ni.   Holy   Communion  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  3 p.m. Evensong  y  St.:Hilda's; Sechelt  Y9:30 a;m;V Matins ���;.,  v-; ��� 4 AAA..4'UNITEDy'x k.-v  -  Gibsons  f        9r30 a.m., Sunday School  11:00 a.m., Divine Service  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson Creek  11  a.m. Sunday School  ,3:30 p.m.,  Divine Service  ST- VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt; 9:00 a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary  Gibsons, 10:30 a.m.  CHRISTIAN     SCIENTISTS  Church Service?;^  and   Sunday'Schodl  v each Sunday.at 11 a.m.  yy^HphertiT <^eek yUnitedf Church  ~~ BETHEL-BAPTIST  f������...;.,Y,:.    /YSechelt:  -Y  k-YT^ a.m. Sunday "School Y/  ���'.'���������   11:15^a'.m., Worship Service  ��� 7:30 p.m.;. Wed., Prayer^^  ���������'���....-.;   ... Gibsons-.���'��������� A A'^'-^i  9:45 a.m., 'Sunday: Schbo^kk  Roth's Home, MaririeyDnVek4y  y 7:30fp:m., Umtj^;Chur0h'yk ���  ���    ' ���     PENTECOg^TALkv"   y  . ...   -X--Z- GIBSONS' X-AA4Z.X4';  A y f10 >a.rii^^ Sunday  School A^y'  11:00 a.ih: Devj^tio��ifl-,k  7:30 p.m., Evarigelilticy service  Wed.;^7:30, Bible Study  Fri.,y 7:30 "p.m:,  Young   People  .      Sat., 7:30;'Prayer  Glad. Tidings, 'Tabernacle,  9:45 a.m.,  Sunday School'  U a.m.  Morning Worship  3 ' p.m:' Bible. Forum  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service  Wednesday, 7 p.m.,  Bible Class  Y    Friday,  7:30 p.m. Rally  Sat., 7 p.m., Young Men's Action  Club  WANT AD RATES  Phone 886-2622  Condensed style 15 words 55  cents, 3 cents word over 15,  minimum 55 cents. .Figures in  groups of five or less, initials,  etc., count as one4Vi?ord. Additional insertions at half rate,  Minimum 30c. y&  Cards   6f   Thanks, 'Engagements,   In - Memoriam., 'Deaths  and Births Up to .40 words $1  . per insertion, 3c per word over  40.  Box. numbers 25c extra.  Tuesdayv 5 p.m. deadline for  classified r advertisements.  Liegalsl-��� 17 cents per count  , line for first insertion then-13c  per count line for consecutive  insertions. -)'  ,     CLASSIFIED DISPLAY  All advertising deviating ���  from regular classified style  becomes classified display and  is charsred by the measured  agate line at 10c per line,  minimum of 14 agate lines. iir prize winners  'Y;HOME:-ECONpMICS;f' ffy,--  'Canned'-' 'i.;fkv    fk  'Yk Y  ;.   Meat: Mrs. Ijoris Moss.-k   ^  Poultry:  ifesYCetia: Strtishemk  -Mrs.' 'Doris iJ_o.sfc.fkk-'.    XxX:A  Fish:   Mrs.  Doris Moss, fMrs.y  ���Mary Strom.   Yf 414:'   Z'ZZ V  Apricots: Mrs; Clare Chamber-?  lin, Mrs. Paul-Skytte,'-     -~'X ^.e  Blackberries,,, t domestic:    Mrs.-"���=  ��� Doris Moss.'"' A.A/X AAA Ay -Ah*  Blackberries*   wild;   Mrs/. HY  Weinhandl, MrsiyDoris Moss. yY;  Boysenbeifrie^i'-.r-'Mrs^D.-^'iM.'-.^'-  "Mrs.: Paul Skytte^.-;    ZZ>yy,-^X.  Cherries:  Mrs. D.: Moss, Mrsk  Paul Skytte.;     .        . ;.;;. ���'   '���:.; -ZXi.  Blueberries:    Mrs..   D; ; Moss,  Mrs. Paul Skytte.  .   y Zy'yAAXX  Loganberries: y, Mrsk   Ra#l:  Skytte, Mrs. Doris Moss. -xAA  Peaches:   Mrs.:   Paul   Sliytte;  Mrs.   Doris;:Moss.f;;% X' A-xA"?  Pears: Mrs. Paul Skyttg, MrsJ  Doris Mqsskf     Azxi-A::Az' :AA:4.^  Plumis: sec, MrskDorisy-Moss:  Rhubarb:    Mrsk Helenk^in-y  handl, Mrs. Paul Skyttek JX4'���';������.  Raspberries: Mrs. Doris- MossY  Mrs. :Paul Skytte..'.' :;^ '-,y AAA.:  Strawberries:. Mrs.. Ddris Ijiloss y  Mrs. Rita \Fitchett.;;y^Y^.-^kfkk  String    Beans,   whole,   green:  Mrs.  H. Weinhandl, "Mrs.  Doris  Moss. :'. .,': '4 ,....>. ..y^,.^\,.x. ���  String Beans, cut green, Mrs.  Doris Moss, Mrsr H:-Weiriharidi:  String Beans, wax. whole:..sec,  Mrs. Doris Moss.; . kk'YY  String  Beans,  wax; out::' .:>.Mrs.  H.  Weinhandl.   f:   AZ''] '4"  Peas; Mrs. H. Weinhandl. Y..Y  Corn:   sec,   Mrs.   Celia" StrpVf  shein.   . YYk ff. .���;,.-. Y;Y.  Beets:  Mrs. Doris Moss, Mrs:   ,  H.  Weinhandl.  Carrots: sec, Mrs! Doris Moss. V  Tomatoes:   Mrs.   Doris  Moss,y  Mrs. G. Coates.   f  Peas ; and Carrots: ..sec.', ���'��� Mrs.:  Doris Moss'. : ���   k " kfYYik:  "��� Mixed Vegetables: '-J_tsV iBotfsy  s:^f.  Sechelt  Beatity^ Saloii  SECHELTif Sfe.   AA.  f'i^v.885-9-25-' ';r;;'"  TUt__^tb;"SAify:;':^:  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  , Coldwaving -���-Coloring.  yMpss. .:.��� T.A4 4.:Z^.AZ\... '-'A. 4].X  kPickles; s Bread kind '���"'butters.  :liirs. GYCoatesY k      :-:-x,:Z:~A  kkpickiedf BeetsVkMrsy F..yCha^  vter,i MrskHk^mhandlv.' Y Yk-y  ���.'.^Pickie'i'. Onions:;   Mrs.   -Doris  '������* Moss, - ;Mrik; -RitaYFitchettf'f k'f .*;  'A ^PickJ^fCucumber^ Mrs.v:Jean  -W^ngae^.^  -n"SweetX Mustartf Pickies: r. Mrs;  Ypaul Skytte A'XAAA ������'���'���: A ;y-f  ' ^Pickle f Rehsh: JfMrs.^ ^Claw  kChamberiiri:-'',y:yk;4.Z.  :XX4yY  'kQills: f Mrs.^ Db'ris -Moss^'Mrs  Paul' Skytte: A A A' ''���;"���':���'���' ZA'A- 'A  ".^am: -���'yy.y;y a":^Y ;y. -.fV������''.: VkYk  ;.Biackber^ Jean  Wyn-  jgaert, Mrs. H., Weirihaiidl.  .:-.A Blackcurrant:-; Mrs. Doris-,Moss  kStrawberry:   Mrs; Jean  Wyn-  gaert, <Mrs<.:Doris-Moss. -~   ���:Raspberry;:v Mrs..,Fk - Chaster,;  yijvirs.'.'Rita'. FitcheiCZ'Z.. ZZZZAA'  ^Loganberry: Mrs. Clare Chamberlin,  Mrsi Kay 'FisherY;   -:YY  Plum: Mrs. Rita'Fitchetty  ,-,'��� Boysenberry: ' Mrsf.';:Jeanf Wyn-  . gaert, Mrs. F. Chaster. ;-rf v'  Marmalade: Mrs: Doris Moss.  ' Jelly: fkfk ikkk' vy" y''" Y- 'A..  Blackberry: Mrs?Clare Cham-  beriin, Mrs. ^DorisfMoss.  Raspberry,   Mrs., Doris  Moss.  Red, Currant: Mrsi Jean Wyn-,  gaert, kMrs.kMY Hiihtala.    y  Loganberry^ Mrs^Doris Moss.  Apple:-St.; Mary's Hospital ���  Black    Currant: ; .Mrs.;  Helen.  Thorbuni, .Mrs. Rila Fitchett.  Lemon Crird:,;^.SiiCrs^;D6ris.Mbss,:  Mfs. Paul.^kyitel-"f  ? Cow's Butter:,'Mrs. Paul Skytte  Goat's   fButterY   jyirsy   Doris;  .Moss.- ���'' :X'4fAAZ:4A4"A'Z A A''"'  Eggs:   Dr: H. 'RYHylton, Mrs.  J.^King,   f    . k-j. 'A', ���"'���'���'.  ;;;    HOME BAKING  ���  Apple Pie: jMrs.fH. Weinhandl, c  Mris. G. Coates. y "��� ';- ���..- :"; Z  - rLemori Pie: Mrs^fEv: Thorburn,  Mrs. Bruce' ^ariipbell!  PUnipkiri   Pie:'Z sec.,   Mrs.   H.  .Thorburn: - f .���.'���������" "������''  ;? Raisin Pie: Mrs. Josie.Davies;  '-' Bread, white:   Mrs.   F. \ Stewart, Mrs. H. Wiriri.  ^ Bread, Rye, Mrs. .A- Engen.  Y'Bread, brown:. Mrs.F. Stewart, .  Mrs.- M. Jean Lauer.  Doughnuts, bread;  Mrs.  Doris  Moss.. fk;.--..  Fruit Loaf (yeast): Mrs. Jean  WyngaertV Mrs: H. Weinhandl.  Rolls: Mrs. H. Wirin, Mrs. H.  Weinhandl.k  Bran Muffins:  Mrs.  Hv Wein-  ^Yhandl, Mrs. Doris Moss.  B.P. Biscuits:  Mrs: P. Skytte,''  .Mrs.   H.  Thorburn. * ' "      '  . Fruit Cake,  dark1!.- jlrs, tDoris  yyMoss.  1   .-Fruit Cake,, light: -Mrs, Pearl  :.' Tretheway, J^rs^ * Doris, Moss.."  . Choco. Layer Cake: Mrsr Bruce  .'CampbelLu^^   �� v, a i-s; "  .: Spice Gajce:  Mrs. Doris; Moss.-  f Sponge ^Calise ? Myjs. Doris Moss"^  Chiffon'Cake: sec, JMrs. Doris  ,  Moss. *   ,k   -"' A  *'  Y.Cherry Loaf Cake: ,sec, vMrs.>  ;F.. Chaster/'      *   ~  Y Jelly Roll: Mrs. .J.'yKing.  ���   Doughnuts    Ccake1) Y "Mrs.    A.  ' Engen, Mrs. Doris^ Moss. s   ,..  f   Date  and Nut Loaf:  Mrs,' H.  Weinhandl, Mrs. -F. Stewart. -  Gingerbreadt - Mrs.  P.1 Skytte,  Mrs. Dor^s Moss,. ,  .1, Shortbread: sec, Gordon Hunter, Mrs. Doris. Moss.< - -".<   '"  Bars: Mrs. P. Skytte.   _ ,  Macaroons:    Mrs.   P.   Skytte,  Mrs. D.; Moss.  Coffee Cake (yeast): Mris. Jean  Wyngaert, Mrs. ;F. Stewart.  Cake   Decoration:  Mrsk Bruce  Campbell.  Candy,    Fudge:    Mrs.    Bruce  ��� Campbell, Mrs. Thorburn.  f>Candy, Butterscotch:' sec, Mrs.  .Doris Moss.  Candy,   Divinity   Fudge,   sec,  Mrs. D. Moss, Mrs. R. Fitchett  Mixed   Candies:    Mrs;    Doris  Moss.  Special Home-Baking Contest  White   Bread:  Mrs:  H.   Wein- ,  handl, Mrs. F. Chaster.  Brown Bread: Mrs. A. J. Lauer  Mrs. H. Weinhandl.  -        - '   '  Milk Rolls: Mrs. H. Weinhandl  Mrs. G. Coates.  Cinnamon Buns:, Mrs.. H. Weih-  hand,   Mrs.   Gk Coates/  Special  Prize,   Mrs.  H. Weink  handl.  NEEDLEWORK,  etc.  Teacloth, . emb:    Mrs.    Edith  Forbes, Miss E. Goodwin.  Teacloth,  cross St.: sec, Mrs.  Kay Fisher.  Buffet  Set':  Mrs. Paul Skytte.  Table    Runner:    Miss    Linda  Grigg, St. Mary's Hospital.  Pillow  Cases,   emb.:   Mrs.  P.  Skytte, Miss E. Goodwin.  Pillow   Cases,  emb.   arid cr.:  Miss Linda Grigg.  Cro. Tablecloth:  Mrs.  A. Engen, Mrs. C. Stroshein.  YfDoily,  12?. Cro.:   Mrs; M. Le- >  Feuvfe, St. Mary's Hospital.  Centrepiece, 18" cro.: Mrs. E.  Forbes, Mrs: M." LeFeuvre.  Cro. . TV    Centre:    Mrsl    E.  Forbes.        --  4 Table mats,-cro.: sec, Mrs.M.-  LeFeuvre. r   \~ A .,  Pot   Holder's,   cro.:    Mrs. ,E.  Forbes, Mrs. H. Bernhof sr.  'Fancy  Apron:   sec, Mrs.   M.  " LeFeuvre.  i- Lady's House Dress:  Mrs. V.  E. Tyner  .    ..,,.,     .    .  "Child's Dress: Mrs. Celia Stroshein.  Child"s dress,  smocked: 'Mrs.  F. Stewart, Mrs. C. Stroshein.   .  Sewn Article, Mrs. A.' G. Grat-'  tan.  Man's ^ocks,-   plain."'Mrs.   J.  Matthews,  Mrs. Bea Wray.  "Man's Socks, ribbed:  Mrs. J.  Matthews.  -Man's' Socks," diamond:^ Mrsk  J. Matthews',  Child's Socks: Mrs. E. M. Cole,  Mrs. J. Matthews.  Lady's .Ankle Socks: sec, Mrs.#  J.- Matthews.  Baby's 3 pee set: Mrs. J. Matthews.  Lady's Novelty Sweater r Mrs.  Westell.  -Child's SweatOr: Mrs; J. Matthews, Mrs. E. M. Cole.  Indian    Type    Sweater:    Mrs.  Kay MacKenzie.  ^Baby's   Shawl:   Mrs.   J.   Matthews.  Any article for wearing:   Mrs.  J. Matthews.  rt'Filled"   Comforter:   Mrs.   H.  Bernhof. sr.  Article from used flour sacks,  wearing: Mrs. P. Skytte.  Article from used flour sacks,  household: Miss Linda Grigg.  Something new from old: Mrs.  E. M. Cole, Mrs'. J. Matthews.  , Rag  Rug,. hooked - on- burlap:  Mrs. F. Strachan.   .  Wool Rug; hooked on canvas.  Mrs. Ken tSage. ..    <   '  Article not classed: Mrs. Doris  Moss,- Mrs. Celia" Stroshein.  Group Entry: St. Mary's Hospital.  Sr. ��iti_en Group, Knitting:  Mrs. M. LeFeuvre, Mrs. Edith  Forbes. t  Family Competition, sec, Mrs.  Moss.  -  Special prize from used  flour,  sacks, y tablecloth,    Miss - Linda  Grigg.  HANDICRAFTS AND WEAVING  Hand Bag: Mrs..Peggy Gibson,  Mrs.   Faulkerson.  -Shopping. Bag: Mrs.- Agnes En?  gen.    >  Pottery:' Mrs. H. Bernhof sr.  Novelty: Mrs. E. M. Cole, Mrs  V.: E. Tyner. ,  Stuffed Toy: Mrs. V. E. Tyner.  Oil Painting: Mrs. H. Lau, Mr.  L. Singlehurst sr. -  ��-    Coast News, Aug. 31, 1961.  " ' t   ,      ��  Sketching,- black and .white:  Mrs. Peterson^ sr..  Dressed Doll: Mrs. Doris Moss  Dressed "Doll, * Knitted:": sec,  Mrs. J. Matthews.-  Corsage:  Mrs. V. E. Tyner.  Needlepoint: Mrs.' Kay MacKenzie. '  Red Bead Earrings: Miss Linda  Grigg.     *��� Z '      '  . Pop Bottle hot pads: sec, Miss  Linda Grigg. *  Article woven, cotton or linen:  Mrs. L. Dadsweil, Mrs. Kay Fisher.  Scarf:  Mrs. Kay; Fisher.  Rug:   Mrs. ,L. Dadsweil.  Spinning, nat. ��� wool: Mrs. K.  Fisher,- Mrs. M. Huhtala.  Spinning, - dyed wool: Mrs. K.  Fisher,-Mrs.. M. Huhtala.    .  Knitted Article from home spun  wool: Mrs. Gust, Mrs. K. 'Fisher.  Art. Rigid Heddle Loom: Mrs.  K. Fisher, Mrs. 4J.- Dadsweil.  Picture, Copper Tooling: Miss  Sandra ^Harding.  BACKHOE & LOADER  WALT   NYGREN  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  Ph. 886-2350  4k  (T Finance \  Finance yours  -, ��� . with a low-cost  Bank of Montreal I life-insured loan  !��*�����,*j? ** >*y>? c " "f  *      "���   "    Y-'   ;'  W  ^^At^vjAw-^^v ^  rPPX9R  ���tim  Horse Racing excitement  at Exhibition Park  *i  PNE's Greatest  Sports Championships,  Wrestlj ng Ma rathoh^  COOKING ��� Got cooking  DiMtu foster, cheaper h��_t  with no watt* in warm-op. Gc��  hoot moanc imokolow broiling  and a dion ovonl Cooking  tho gat way gives unf/mife-  sertingt for cooking speeds.  HOf WATER-Again gat  ���avet moneyl Inttant heat  meant more hot water fatter  ... less fuel used and more  hot water in -reserve.  Water Show and Comedy  Carnival starring hilarious      Paul Gilbert  $75,000  In Program Prizes: q  A Car a Day���Grand Prize,  Your Dream Home  ���,m  HOME HEATING ���Your got  heating ttartt with the flame!  With dependable metered gas  you get more heat for your  dollar and have a cleaner  home.  CLOTHES DRYING-Metered  ��� gas permits-you'to enioy dry*  ing your clothes indoors...  fatter.... in wonderful/ automatic/ money saving gat  xJryenl  ���"'���''���-.'  convenience  Our metered service gives you all the advantages of "city type" gas service .. . continuous supply, no worry over tank level, and  payment after wte.only. Regardless of  when we fill, you pay only���tor what goes  through the meter each month ���this means  you don't have to be home for deliveries,  sign delivery slips, or pay any cash.  service  Metering is entirely automatic. We mail you  a bill based on the exact meter reading and  you can check your own reading against the  bill. Your monthly bill will be a smaller bill  , and far easier to' pay than cash ori delivery.  ��� City-type service will also permit you to  enjoy those additional gas appliances you  have always wanted.  y  WW-  All aboard for a whale of a time at scores  of see-worthy PN E shows and exhibits:  animals and art, Armed Forces and industry,  the glamorous Miss PNE Contest ~r iind Willie  the Whale. As a climax to Vancouver?]. 75th  birthday party, there's oceans of fun at the  that's no fish story!  r:  ���'"%  ^AA/X4\  i Awfy  fc tn'^mtmi"''y  * AU^^>A'*%Z>^&k^ -%x Az^A&pmteK^MkPK/?'  '6LyX4x%ft&.<,^^  ^^^��<**-  REFRIGERATE-Silent/ low  cott operation it yours with  p gas. operated refrigerator^  NO WONDER MORE 0'(/> HOMES  ARE USING GAS APPLIANCESI  accuracy  Thefmeter on your [ tankywill "���. he ay tested  and sealed' precision instrument., City utilities. Have prpven it to be the most equitable  way to charge for gas. It proves to our  snetered customers that they pay for only  the gas they actually use. V  metered 'Bc*faa costs nOi^aore  It's easy and fast  to convert... so call  us TODAY  Gibsons Hardware  Phone 886-2442  C&S Sales  Phone 885^9713 Flowers, Vegetables, Friffts-yjytene^,  ""flowers  V\ v^ i " *   r j ir.  Mrs. P. Skytte, Mrs: to. R. Hyl-     man, Mrs. RkKtchelt:'        ** ,  Apples, late:  .M.rk,^L.   Dads-  ^ton.-Y-~Yr^'r'~ S^Y5 Y^~-Y   "*y._Sweden ^Mi-^k F.   kCKaster, -well..,,                           ,*  Arrangement    Heather:    Mrsk Mrs. R. Fitchett r k-Y";     Y" Blackberries, Miss J} Spencer.  '���"   Skytte, Miss>/C. Harrold.           YHerb   Collection:'Mrs.^Edith Boysenberries,,   Misi   Melody  GREAT FOREST EXPORTS Coast News, Aug. 31, 1961.       7  Canada's   exports   of   forest        products -i are . thrice nthose   oi Paperr milfs forests   are ths  animals  and animal products, best managed in the land.  Dahlias, decor.:   Mrs.- G. tot;   'Mrs.^Mariej Clarke^ Melody Mc- - to^0Uk   ' -  lett. * f'X " x    T)annflM    -~'��� '* - ��� J '    -"  Dahlias,l cactus:  Mrs*. G\ -Cor  lett, Mt. J. Barry.. ']  * "' Annuals C'Mrs." P. Skytte, Miss  - E7,;C, Harrold.  Chrysanthemums Mrs. G. Cor^     ���-   -- ���,,-.- ,   noriw��<:~     . -       ',-,-"�����- �����+��--  ^ lett * "      * r     *     .       P6t   Plant,'kAfrican,  Violets:     ^! p�����t ^<,'_;h:    ni Wvi   -^V-c#_nnald.        ,        s  TJannald. YYY*;; - >u"��.   ^Y^w^.'n   u   w0nc        Plums, Mr. D. Davies, Mrs.N J.  Pot  Plant-B^oniaV:'Fibrous:     DrC��h ^ H^ " D^vies- >'>*'       "?     -i'  Mrs.  Helen Latf,       ���      - GrodpibTSeid Road,<rst    BD��g2��.��^>W���' MlS'  r��mon'o    TneKftifo     ��nnnrt"   ^ K.sFltChett. -^; * ,     -  Prunes, Italian: D. W. Walker.  Loganberries:   DM W.1 Walker.  c<\ic        -- * /       *���    *    _-      ' ^ Strawberries?  -Mrs..,- H.   Wein-  Miniature^Flower"   Arrange-        -*r - , -     "  "-^-     ^  haRdl.^ �� ^,  ment: Miss E. C. Hartoldr fi_rs. ��� ?_ _ , ^tq^S Jl Z -^ "--J_>^^SvJ5ni^L E"g?n'  Table Decoration, MrskH: R.     ���Apples   early: Mrs. J. 0avi_s,       gpeaalTn."Apples   Mrs^. Da  Hylton; Mrs. Paul Skytte. Bnan J^cke; ,1   ^     ',,    *��?_,    * 5,* * '^* ^ ^ ^  Cut    Flowers, < pres.   'basket; -  ���-���* ���^ J ���-*���~- -"--���'  ���M-K.H.   R.   Hylton,   Mrs.''P. -'  Skytte.  Baskfet Glads: Mrs. H. R. Hyl-  ATTENTION  V.   ."^  7i7^<��  ���n*  -Miss  Dahlias, dwarf pompom: Miss  -Harrold.. _ _*.-.-*---  .Carnations: Mrs. P._1Skytte.    *l  Gladioli: Mrs. G. Corlett, Mrs.  G. Coates. .  _ Gladioli,  dwarf:   Mrs-  Corlett,.  Mrs. Clare Chamberlin.  Single Glad: -Mrs.'Mary Strom,  Mrs. G. Corlett.  -f- o j- * >,  ���������� .fr  ~j*y  Marigoldsj-Scotch, Mfs., Skytte ton> jvjrs. g.  Coates.  j   Marigolds, Afncan, Miss E. C. .  corsag: sec:,- Miss E.- C. Har-  :Harrold.^     '��''*.       I          ' rold, Mrs. H.~R. Hylton.  Nasturtium:'Mrs. H. R. Hylton cacti collection, Mrs. Peterson  Perennials,   Mrs.   P.    Skytte, sr^ Mrs.-D. Moss.  Mrs. y. Tyner.  Sweet Peas, Mrs. V. Tyner.  Snapdragons,  Mrs: P.   Skytte.  Single Rose: Mr. J.�� Barry,  Mrs. P.  Skytte.  Zinnias: Mrs. P. Skytte.  Sweet Peas (B): sec. Mrs. H.  R. Hylton.  Sweet Peas:  sec. Mrs. V. E.  Tyner.  Arrangement     Cut     Flowers:  Fir bark has  I uses  Best Glad: Mrs. G. Corlett.  *    *    *'  VEGETABLES  Beans, broad i Mrs. R. Fitchett  Beans, bush green, ~Df. H. R.  Hylton, Mrs. J., King.  Beans, bush wax, Dr. H. R.  Hylton,  LeRoy Hartley.  Beans, pole: Dr. Hylton, Mrs.  ean Lauer.  Beets, table: Dr. HrR. Hylton,  Mrs.  F. Chaster.  Cabbage, round: Mrs. H. Weinhandl, Mr. D. W. Walker.  Cabbage, Savoy: sec?, D. W,  Walker.  Celery:   sec./ Mrs. J.  King.  Carrots, long,   Mrs.   F.  Chas-'  t .-., -.  NOTICE  :   Y' ,'i  Langdo-e -Elementary School, Grades 1*- VI,-will open  for instruction ^September 5, 1S61. ... , \ . ,  ScEtool~houi_ ��� 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p,m.  -       7 ��  tJoard of School Trustees,  -   * * Sechelt School Di_trict   No. 46.  Loggup Opcraiorv. Rou��� Contractors  and Ri>lif-o!-\vay Contractors  New falling and bucking service now available on Sechelt. .Peninsula and surrounding areas. We are prepared to submit contract proposals on your falling  -requifeihehts for next year.     ,  Fully  experienced   in all types of falling, including  -Jrigh-lead;'cat shows, right "of way, vpi.ing ancT poles i  v-^nd-danger ^trees.  Falling  high grade'peeler fir a '  sjspecial^-  ,   * -   .   -<   �����* <   ? -k��v {  We  are  also interested in proposals *for &ny falling <  ypu may require .for tne ^spu^A^ &\* ye*ar-, '  Lets gfet aquainted!. Write giving-an, outline of your !  ' requirements and we, will; contact ;you ^personally.  "*i  Coastwise Contracting  SELM-l PARK, B.C.   *  medicina  The bark of Douglas  fir is  one  of the  richest sources  of  Flavonoid    substitutes,    which teT-             .                        t��t>^���  are believed to have medicinal ��� Carrots   xnterinedHate:^,eRoy  value in the healing of radia- Hartley    Mrs. Josie Dayie^  tion burns and frost bites. They r Carrots, short:  Mrs.   J. King,  also are excellent antti-oxidants LeRoy Hartley  for preventing rancidity in Corn, Mxss Melody McDannald.  fats and oils. The bark has also , Cucumber, table, Mrs, % P.  been used in soil conditioners - Skytte, Mrs.. Kay Fisher. ~  and turned into a plastic and Cucumber,   pickling:   Mrs.  P.  molded   into   such   items    as Skytte,  Mrs.  M. Huhtala.  telephones and phono records. Citron: W. D. Walker.  Research J laboratories     are Melon, GYCharman.  continuously' working  to  find ^Onions, Dr. H. R. Hylton, Mrs.  new  utilization   of   wood  and R. Fitchett.  wood    waste    and    numerous Onions,   multipliers:   LeRoy  such projects are underway ��~i Hartley.  British Columbia being under- Parsnips,    Mrs.   F.    Chaster,  taken by government and in- Mrs.R. Fitchett.  dustry.  The new  Forest   Pro--      Peas:   LeRoy   Hartley,  D.  W.  s.  VOURE  INSPECT  ducts   Laboratory   at Vancouver will give research an even  .bigger boost.  DAVIS  BAY   NEWS  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom  Sinclair recently was Mr. John.  Sinclair of Vancouver, Mr. and  Mrs. W. Sincair with Debbi?  and Billy ��� also Mr. and Mrs.  W. Urquhart.  Mrs. Tom Sinclair with Sharon  and Diane Keeley will oe  spending the Labor day weekend in Seattle.  Walker.  Rhubarb: H. J. Chaster, Mrs.  P. Skytte.  Squash: D. W. Walker.  Swiss Chard: Ray Coates, LeRoy Hartley.  Veg.-Marrow: Dr. Hr R. Hylton, H. J. Chaster.  Pumpkin: Mrs. ^K. .Fisher, G.  Charman. J  Tomatoes,  ripe:' G. Charman.  Tomatoes, green: Dr. H. R.  Hylton, LeRoy Hartley.  Potatoes, early, G. Charman,  Dr.  Hylton.  Potatoes, main crop: G. Char-  940 ������ CUpDIi-MPBlS -��� just,two pattern parts pjlus ears for  .,.J3unny^-puppyr,wing:;.for:;;duck; Whip !em up of terrycloth, gay  scraps.-^- tots love to hug.them. Directions; pattern..-partsky..-  509 ��� JIFFY-KNIT RUG ��� a wheel of colors to .brighten bathroom, hall,yden; Use 2 needles, rug cotton or old nylons wear  like iron. Directions, 31-ihchfrug, stool, seat cover.  662���BUTl'ERFLY-BRIGHT QUILT-*���use scraps of print, plaid,  checks for gayest effect. Each butterfly is a single patch ��� applique fa beginner canydd; Charts;- pattern, pieces; yardages.  Send'v-hirty-fiT?-^^ for each pattern (stamps cannot  be accepted)'to Coast N6ws, Household Arts Dept., 60 -Jront.St.  West, Toronto, Ont. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, PATTERN  ���NUMBER. ' k  Send now for our exciting, new 196.'  Needlecraft Catalog. Over 125 designs to crochet, knit, sew, em-'  broider, quilt,  weave e- fashions, homefurnishings,  toys,  gifts,  bazaar hits. Plus FREE ��� instructions for six smart veil caps.  Hurry, send 25c now! ,  another model home on Georgia View  j --z4 \-&  it  j.   1 ' r.'  ^y\       4   -k\  ^'$\  5,  #  &  Ypu are invited to inspect  T  this lovely new home  which will be completed  in about two' weeks time  I A  builder for  - * t  Georgia Lands Limited  For full informatioii  see  A. M. Mackay, sales representatives  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  r ...... ,.������''"''  Gibsons, phone 886-2481  ���...'������ -.,.��" .^ >;  i GOOD  INSURANCE gency. The premium  is a regu-  A spare tire,-.claims the Can- lar air pressure check, but it's  yadian Highway Safety Council, is one    insurance    premium    that  an insurance policy, -but the mo- doesn't cost a penny: Make'it a  ytorist must keep up the premiums habit, they say,- and you'll never  k  if it is to pay off in an  emer- be stranded.  NOTICE  Owing to unforseen circumstances I announce  the closing out of my practice and I wish to  thank all my. past patients for their patronage.  '������:Za'a'Wi). WJllGHTyMJ).  '���'  Don't   say   Bread,   say   "McGAVIN'S"  Local Sales Rep.  [��� Norman  Stewart  ^!ni;:-:sgia-95i5 ;  y      RJEt.li Gibsons  Learn Accordion  BEGINNERS OR ADVANCED STUDENTS  PRIVATE OR GROUP LESSONS     J  Phone:  WALTER HENDRICKSON  Gibsons 8862470  Front End Alignment  and  Wheel Balancing  Y ^  Valve Grinding &  Brakes Relined - Motor Tune-up  Headlight Alignment  -Parts -Accessories  A>  SWE18 TIRE DE1LER  Cliff Motors  SECHELT >��� Ph. 885-2128  BOWLERS!!!  OPEN BOWLING  MON., SEPT. 4 through SAT., SEPT. 9  7 p.m. to 11 p.m.  SUNDAY, SEPT. 1�� ������ 1 p.m to 6 p.m.  LEAGUES  ALL LEAGUES TO START WEEK OF SEPT. 11     I  Bowlers interested in joining a league please  phone or contact Mollie or Ed at Midway Store before Sat., Sept 9.  To all junior boys and girls interested in  bowling and to those who would like to learn, please  be at the lanes on Sat., Sept.''9 at 1:30 p.m. We  would like to see a large turnout.  League committees wishing to use tine committee room, please phone the day and time required. ���   '  E & M BOWLADROME  Gibsons ��� 886-2086  TOWM^Iy' ffeCtgHand  Coast News, Aug. 31, 1961.  R^E^Pliek My first camp With Cubs  By Mrs. M. Niwmu  Col. and Mrs. R. M. Quigley  have visiting them from Leth-  bridge, their daughter Mrs. Sam.  Blakely and. grandchildren Kelly,  ��� Douglas and Jimmie. .  Susan Lynne has come to stay  with the Ed Campbells on Crow  Road.  .     Doug Bailey was a guest .with'  Ralph Galli'ford at Stratford, last  - weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. Day Coles and  daughters Debbie and Diane are  entertaining relatives from the  U.S. including Mr. and Mrs. R.  Rowe and Debbie and Sharon  Rowe of Portland, Ore., and Jean  and Jennifer Crowley of v Vermont.  Mr. Al Bligh and Pritchard  West of Victoria are visiting the  Crowder family for a week.  Along with. half a dozen, other  OES members, on the Peninsula,  Mr. and Mrs. R.-Cumming, Mr.  and Mrs. E. Shaw and Mrs. R.  J. Eades of Roberts Creek drove  to Squamish- to attend an official  visit to that chapter.  The Beach Avenue-Elphinstone  Bay district continues with the  Constant coming and going of  visitors and the building and improving of both permanent and  summer homes. This week the  Norman Cottons are building a  fire place to spread cheer during  the  late   summer  evenings.  RED CROSS fCAMPAIGN  There is a note- of optimism  in Red - Cross Headquarters  over'the latest campaign check.  To date the sum of $595,000  has been donated throughout  the province. This is about.  85.3   percent   of  the   $697,600  ��� quota set by national headquarters. W. J. McFadyen, the  provincial -campaign chairman,  States ,he j estimates that at th^e,  .end.-of the year the <total for  B.C. 'will have topped $610>  000.  Printed Pattern  There's fashion excitement  galore to this sleek-waisted  sheath. Can't you see it accessorized a dozen different ways  for day or evening? Whip it  up in cotton, linen, silk. Easy-  sew!  Printed Pattern 9029: Junior  Miss Sizes 9, 11, 13, 15, 17.  Size 13 takes 2% yards 45-  inch. '.-'���.":������..  Send FORTY CENTS (40c) in  coins (stamps cannot be accepted) .for this" pattern. Please  print plainly SIZE. NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER.  Send your order to MARIAN  MARTIN care of the Coast  NeWs,, Pattern Dept., 60 Front  St. West, Toronto, Ont.  :- 100 FASHION FINDS ��� the  best,, newest, most beautiful  Printed Patterns for Spring-  Summer, 1961 See them all in  our brand-new Color Catalog.  Send 35c now!  (By Mark Ruggles)  1 Mr. Thatcher arranged to  take about ,35 of us Cubs on a  camping trip. We "started out  at 6 p.m. on Aug. 18. When we  arrived at the camp we were  happy to see that the tents had  been set up by a Scout Patrol.  We were lined up in our sixes  _nd each-'six was assigned to  a tent. Then we unrolled our  sleeping bags, had a snack, did  some other chores and went  to bed.  ( The next day we aired out  bur sleeping bags, a breakfast and went for a hike led  by Ken Anderson as Akela and  Mr. Daoust as Baloo. When we  got back it was about 1 p.m.  So we started practicing for  bur athletic badge. After that  we went up on the road and  had a tug of war. t  >. For supper ; we . jiad some  good beef stew- made by, Mr.  Thatcher and the Scouts. Actually they -did all the cooking. That evening we had a big  bonfire. A few of'the parents  came. We roasted weiners,  marshmallaws - and   topped   it  off   with.a 'cup of hot   cocoa  and went to bed.  In the morning we packed  up our gear, had breakfast  and had a church service from  Rev. Mr. Hairbord. Then we  had lunch and took off for  home tired but happy. Thanks  to Mr. Thatcher, Ken Anderson, Mr. Daoust and the Scout  Patrol. We sure want to go  camping again. It was a lot of  fun.  The true sportsman is a  crusader for forest conservation.  FIRST PAPER MILL  Canada's first pulp and  paper mill was built at St.  Andrews near Lachute,  Que.  "CARrSfllF  Prompt Service  Quality Workmanship  KITCHEN  CABINETS  A SPECIALTY  Additions ��� Alterations  -   New Construction  NO JOB  TOO LARGE  OR TOO SMALL  McCuUoch ��� Ph. 886-212Q  Police Court  ' Appearing before Magistrate  Andrew .Johnston charged by the  RCMP; Ernest Mein of Duncan  was fined $100 and prohibited  from operating a power boat for  running a speed boat while his  ability was impaired by alcohol.  The offence took place at Pender  .Harbour. '  >' Harvey Paull - of Sechelt was  fined $25 for being found in possession of intoxicating liquor off  an'Indian Reserve.  v Alex Cromar *of Pender Harbour was fined $25 for being intoxicated in a public place.  "��.' Joe Marks of Sechelt was fin-  fed $100 for driving a car while  his ability ..was impaired by alcohol.  J Two juveniles were. fined $20  'each and their drivers licenses  were suspended for three months  for driving without due care and  attention.  ' Edward Jeffries was fined $25  and interdicted for creating a  disturbance while in a state of  intoxication.  Harvey Walters of Sechelt was  fined $20 for operating an unlicensed vessel.  Garnett Bolton of New Westminster was fined $15 for failing  to keep the vehicle he was operating in his own lane.  ;; Twelve drivers were find a total of $300. for speeding.  Gibsons Rod and Gun Club offers for Sale  Champion-Sired Weimaraner Pup  BEAUTIFUL 5 MONTHS SPAYED FEMALE  ;;  -   has had distemper shots        ^  All round gun dog, also makes 'gentle pet.  ContdctyJ.  CLEMENT  Gibsons 886-����91  ��^M^A��iM%M#**%#%m0***^0^t0^^^^^  DILL'S HAIRDRESSING  ��� ;:" (Mrs. Dill McCulloch)  Closed for Holidays  Sept. 5 to Sept.  Sw^^^f-^^**^^*  *^^^m*��^^^*****mJ^^$  SOLM'S  9��{   SERVICE STATION  Sechelt Highway;  Ph. 886-9662  REPAIRS  to all makes of  Cars & Outboard Motors  STEAM CLEANING A SPECIALTY  MOBILE WELDING  Electric & Acetylene    ���  qoU/Uritfi  KEN'S  FOODLAND  Phone 886-2563  LIMITED SUPPLY ��� ICE PACK  BOILING FOWL  TRAY PACK  GRADE A   ������_������������������������������������������������������-���-*���  35���  GRAPES  California Seedless  2  LBS/ FOR  Rose Brand MARGARINE 3  LBS; FOR  Shirriffs  9 oz.  3 f��R ^rSl*  ,.f,*,......-.����������� ���.  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS  TILL 9  FREE DELIVERY Oil  ORDERS OVER $5

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