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Array Provincial "Library  Vlofcorla, fi.  c.  JUST FINE FOOD  DANNY'S  DINING ROOM  Gibsqns ��� Ph. 886-9815  SERVING   THE   GROW* NG  SUNSHINE   COAST  r / ���..-.������.  Published  in Gibsons,   B.C.      Volume 15, Number, 39, October 12, 1961.  7c per copy  A Complete Line  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.  886-2116  ���  Gibsons,   B.C.  starts move  to block hospital  A somewhat unexpected development in the planning for the  new hospital took place last  week. A group of Society mem-  credit for the work done and  for the results accomplished. "  However, the anticipated increase   in   hospital   occupancy  has not materialized, occupan-  bers from Pender Harbour sub-.   Cy has, in fact, decreased, and  mitted a request for a special Society meeting to vote on a motion to.stop work on the proposed new hospital planning. The  lletter and motion read as follows:  ,Mr. John Donelly,  -Chairman,  "Board of Trustees,  St. Mary's Hospital Society'  the  urgent   need  is  obviously  not yet with us.  Bearing in mind that the  plan to build a new hospital  'was to prevent any shortage  of hospital beds or lowering of  the standard of hospital patient care, and bearing in mind  the fact that the present hospital 'facilities have proved  capable    of    handling    patient  A winner!  The Mystery Number has taken hold again and there was a  winner during the first week of  the present series. The winner  was Mrs. Bill Williams of Gibsons who won a ?5.29 coffee carafe for 9 cents by having a winning number. ;  So far there is no winner reported for last week's prizes offered by Gibsons merchants.  There is a new line-up in this  week's issue so look for them on  page six. Read the rules and  the first thing you know you /nay  be a winner.  Big; program  for convention Gibsons census  of teachers  /  Dear   Sir:   The  undersigned / loads up to 5800 patient days,  anembers of St.. Mary's Hos  pital Society have been greatly  concerned over the passing of  ithe Motion by the Society at  its 1961 General Meeting to  proceed-immediately with -the  construction of a new hospital.  It is felt that the Motion  failed to take into account  several factors which had, and  still have a vitab bearing on  the wisdom of this decision.  The whole plan to build a  new hospital was based on a'  sincere belief that occupancy  of the present St. Mary's Hospital would increase to the  point where facilities would be  dangerously, overcrowded, and  with a high standard of care  we feel that the proposed new  hospital is not yet needed, and  -should be delayed until its need  is proved .beyond any doubt,  at which time the building can  be constructed with a minimum  of delay ��� the necessary preliminary work having already  'been done. ���  In view of the foregoing, we  respectfully request that , a  Special General Meeting of St.  Mary's Hospital Society be called, to be 'held as has been the  custom in the past, at the Community Hall, Madeira Park, on  a Sunday afternoon, within the  time laid down in the By-laws  S&qhelt andff 47, Powell. River,  will take place on Friday and  Saturday, Oct. 27 and 28, at Se-  ch&t. AH school classes in the  two areas will be cancelled on  Friday while their teachers  "fifesh up" if on modern trends  an�� naethods.  Under the chairmanship of  Jack Fleming, Trail Bay. teacher and president of the Sechelt  Teachers Association, committees are functioning smoothly  aqci plans are being finalized for  what promises to be a valuable  event. ;.  ' b'echelt teachers in charge of  various aspects of the convention are Mr. Arnold Tjorhom,  (Render High), displays; Mr. S.  and Area Ratepayers association^ Potter (Elphinstone High), fin-  signified  they,would run  again dances;  Mr. S. Trueman (Elphiri-  Gibsons municipal council does  not like  the census figure. pro-  fhe    annual     convention     of    duced through the census of last  telphers of)School Districts 46,    June.  Three will  run again  Three   members    of    Gibsons  council at a meeting of Gibsons  for council if nominated.  The three were chairman A. E.  Ritchey ,_|nd_Councillors Mrs. G..  Corlett and Wes. Hodgson. Their  terms will expire at the end of  this year and if they seek to re-  stone), registration, and pooling;  Mrs. Caroline Surtees (Halfmoon  Bay), accommodation and food;  Mr. R, Boyle, physical arrangements at Sechelt and Trail Bay;  Mr. A; Ri ijames (Uechelt Elementary);   social;   Mr.   George  of:���  1. Admitting to the Society  new 'members who have contributed their membership  dues since the last General  Meeting of the Society.  r' 2. Voting by Secret Ballot  on the following Resolutions:  . Resolved: -That,- as the area  served by St. Mary's Hospital  Society has been-incorporated  into a Hospital Improvement  - District,va*nd" asE 'Approval * in  to be renominated. The association moved a vote of thanks for  the work they had done on council.  Reg Adams, secretary-treasurer, resigned owing to illness.  His position was taken over temporarily by Mrs.   Hutchins..  This .meeting was held on Mon.  Oct. 2 in Kinsmen hall" and" after  the. business session, Frank West  of the new hospital district trus-  Mrs/ Eileen Glassford, (Elphinstone) convention secretary; Mr.  Roth Gordon (Pender Harbour  High), publicity, and Mrs. C.  Day (Elphinstone) clerical.  A Wide interest is being' shown  in this convention,'to which a  number of guests have been invited, including the staff of the  Indian Residential School, Sechelt,  X  _   ���FMr   ���    tees board gave a graphic, out-        -vw j%< _%->_*- m '���%  'PftnliijSj^lis^^  build a-r-new, Hospital;'and as _ what 'was 'intendedr as" regards   '     '    VW  V' Uvt II  construction of a new hospital.  Mr. Ritchey reported on the  municipal convention held recently in Vernon and Mr. Hodgson on the situation regarding  the Sechelt-Gibsons municipal  airport.  where the standard of patient,'   0f the Society for the purpose    main in office they would have     Cooper   (Elphinstone)   speakers  care   would   deteriorate.   With       - y ��- *~ ;_���*������   ��� ������������:���      **..���. t������ ^,>__������j    ,���_..r_  this in mind, Various hardworking committees were able  ���to get the area formed into a  Hospital Improvement District  ,and to obtain ("Approval in  Principle"; for the - construction  of a new' hospital at the approximate geographical centre  -of the area.  All-this- was clear,, gain to  ���the populace to be served, and  the   ebminittees,' deserve   full  revention  much easier  Though Fire Prevention Week  is almost past, you can continue  to help your fire department by  being your own fire marshal,  checking your heating and cooking equipment to see 'that it is  installed' properly, checking to  see that "you have' no waste in-  flamable material nearby.  If you have electrical circuits  that are constantly blowing fuses  please have; them checked.  Don't forget that heater you  are going to use this winter  draws a lot more electricity than  most appliances, thereby creating^ a fire hazard on ah overloaded circuit, which is the second., greatest cause of all house  fires.'''' -'-''���  Don't gamble with fire. Clean  out cellar and attic today! Your  house will only burn   once.  Your fire department reminds  you that common sense is one  of the strongest weapons in the  prevention of fires, and that as  A sharp letter will be sent to  the director of the census: in Ottawa outlining the views of council, that in view of the residential growth of the village an increase of only -_,, from 990 to  1011 can be regarded as insuffi-  ' cient.  f  Council, in view of complaints  heard generally, was of the opinion the census takers did not do  as complete a job as they could  have done. .  General opinion is that the  population increase is in the region of about 100 or more bringing the municipal total up to at  least. 1,200 persons.  At various times outside council, ��� reports have been' prevalent  that some residents of Gibsons  , were not approached and not included in the census count,  k Council did not feel the count  was as large as jtr should be.  Their interest in it concerns  municipal financing: and it wiJ i  be on a census basis that all  provincial govenjgient financial  computations will be estimated.  Council's view is that it would  not be receiving its doe amounts  and it would mean the municipality would be operating on a  below minimum basis in view of  the. number of new homes built  in Gibsons over the last five  years.  The 1S5S -casus figure of 990  was considered an approximately correct figure, probably on  the tow ade. However council  felt "the -UNI figure was nowhere  near -being an approximation  considering Che growth since 1956  Reason for seeking the. increased figure is :that the $12,500 limit was set in 1942 and that since  then the; value of .the dollar has  depreciated to, the.; point where.  the tax collection limit for villages has been reduced about 50  percent in relation to expenditures called for under present  day operations. ���:  .The   resolution   asks   the :pro-'  vinical government to amend the,  Tuberculosis Institutions  Act by  deleting  the   figure   $12,500  and  substituting the figure $25,000.  A request for an increased  RCMP force for Gibsons and  area will be sent to Attorney-  General Bonner at Victoria. The  request asks for a sergeant to.  head the' detachment and that  the present corporal be promoted to that rank.with an additional constable added to the detachment.1  Custodian for  library named  Sechelt -Library Association  announces the appointment of  Mrs. D. R. Barclay of Roberts  Creek as custodian of the newly  opened library. The Barclays anticipate an early move to Davis  Bay.  Mrs. Barclay, who worked in  the Prince Rupert Library for  many years has wholeheartedly  lent her time and talent to the  work in Sechelt. Her post as custodian is a volunteer work, without remuneration. y  She will be assisted in the work  by several library members who  the anticipated hospital occupancy which caused these steps  to be taken has failed to materialize, the construction of a  new hospital be postponed ur.-.  til such time as occupancy of  the present hospital increases  \o 5900 patient days, at which  time the Society shall again ex-  * amine the merits of sthe *pro-  posal to build a new hospital.  Signed: Oliver Bristow, Edward E. Garvey, K. E. Jermain, Neine Garvey, Peter  Trappitt, R. L. Jermain, A. Lit-  tlehailes, W. B. Scoulaf, M.  Edna Simmons, J. W. Poits,  Joyce M. Lee, G. B. Clarke,  E.   Smith,  A.   A.  Lloyd.  Plans are now being made to  call this special meeting of Society members to vote on the  above motion. It should be noted that voting privileges are ac-.  corded to-new members only, after one month has expired after  the payment of the membership  dues. Virtually all of the members, who signed up during the  recent membership drive will be  eligible to vote but must be- accepted   into   the .Society   before:  Medal lost  Mrs. - A. Mortimer, prominent  war veteran worker of Roberts  Creek has lost a .small distinguished service medal and has  offered a reward for its return.  This medal, no larger than; a  nickel, was lost in Gibsons 'area  at some point starting at. the  Super-Valu Store and down to  the Dutch Boy-Store, on Friday  evening of last week. Anyone'  finding it is requested to bring  it to the Coast News.  Th  ree cars  well   as   helping  yourself,   you    voting can  begin. This business  help the community as a whole  in keeping insurance rates down  in thisfarea. k  Sechelt board  to hea| Payne  W. H. Payne, Coast-Capilano  Conser^tiye' M.Pi will spea* to  the general meeting, of Sechelt  Board of Trade on Wednesday,  Oct: 2&rat >.Sechelt Elementary  School.    �����������. ,   . . i ,  His subjects' will be'^the' proposed IjjjesakAyater andLbusiness  conducted by Parliameijt; at the  last session.: ,.:   '   f-  Sechelt board has sent a letter to Col. George Paulin, president of Black Ball Ferries requesting information on .Black  Ball's plans for service on the  Langdale run - for 1962. Sechelt  board is also attempting to obtain a full time dentist to locate  in the Sechelt area.   -  is covered in item one of the proposed  motion. Y ,:  All members will be, advised  of the time, date _nd location" of  the meeting. It is essential that  every member attend the proposed meeting to vote on what is  in mix-up  Slippery bridge boards Tuesday about 8:30 a.m. caused car  collisions on the bridge at Granthams but  no one was hurt.  Making the bridge turn, Hopkins bound, a school bus driven  the   most. rimporfarit  mofi<yij to ; by Edward'H. Brothers saw cars  face the Society to  dat^-iMZiar  as the construction ��� of- - the'-tfhew  hospital i& concerned^ If thefmo-  ftjon is passed, it will mean'���'that'  : a minority of people who have  hospital facilities close to ithenr  'will have prevented the construct  tion   of   modern,   new facilities.  which will be  centrally" located  /for the total population.  '���  ���'   Residentis,' prarticularly? Society  . membersYShould make' a point  ,; of keeping themselves, informed  :of the meeting details, during the  next several weeksf   No Society  member should feel that his vote  is not needed. At no other time  ��� has the need for full support of  the Society membership been so  necessary, f ���-<.-.���  ATTEND   MUSICAL  Mrs; W. Pearson, Mrs. O. Porta arid Mrs. H. Johnson, residing  at Sechelt, attended a recent  performance of David Merrick's  smash hit production of "Carnival", winner of the New York  Drama Critics Prize as the best  Broadway stage musical of the  season at the Imperial Theatre.  OAPO  MEETING  The OAPO general .meeting  will be held in Kinsmen Hall/  Monday, Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. Mrs.  D. CrowhuVst was the winner of  the pillow slip: draw held during  the summer. The monthly draw  approaching so stopped. Mrs. V.  O. Todd, headed towards Gib-  ���sons put on ^ her brakes arid as a  result skidded: and struck .the  : bus. 4 Mr. Boihm.who was following behind Mrs. Todd had no  chance- .to take evasive action  arid ran into Mrs. Todd's car. '  f "Mrs. Todd's car was damaged  heavily but the bus and ��� Mr.  Boihm's car did not receive the  same amount of damage.  Hobby Show  Entries for the coming hobby  show in Gibsons Amust be in no  later than Nov. 10.  Anyone from Powell River to  Port Mellon may enter, there s is  no entry fee. Entries may be obtained at the Coast News or by  sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope to P.O. Box 162, Gibsons.'All proceeds will go towards   finishing   the interior  of  At a meeting of the Gibsons  and District Soccer club held in  the Kinsmen Club house on Mon.  Oct. 9,fa resolution was passed  that the club team would be  known as the Gibsons United for  competitive games iri the future.  The club has purchased soccer  jerseys to equip one senior team  and the colors are blue with a  white trim with socks to match  v and-white shorts.   -  A return game with the Sechelt  Indians takes place at the High  School grounds on Sunday, Oct.  II at 1 p.m. sharp. The team will  be selected from, the following  members who should report at  the grounds or Kinsmen Club  house at 12:15 p.m. sharp: R.  Jack, A. Gibb, L. Gregory, M.  Fromager, J. LeGros, J. Bennett, G. Murdoch, T. Bailey, Rl  Nygren, K. Barker, W. Laing, G.  Davies, R. Watson, R. McKay,  D.   Bergnach.  Recently the Sechelt club beat  a Gibsons' selected team so next  Sunday Gibsons hopes to reverse  the final score.;  Gibsons club invites ithe public  to watch this game. Some of the  juvenile players will show them  the progress this club is making  in promoting soccer in the Gibsons district." There will' be a silver collection at this game which  will go towards purchasing clothing for the juveniles.-���  The . adults have purchased  their own equipment' and ; their  enthusiasm has been most ^encouraging to the.. club. Once  again, vnew members, iwhether-  adults- or juvenile' ofz 'non-active  njembers who -are interested in  soccer are most Welcome'-to join  the club;; .y    ' .  _       _ are quickly learning to serve as  :#-?�������������!? o^ittvifcv/^viiia^-^^  cil decided to bire _>.-J,  Boy, "J  ~  surveyor and civil engineer, to  prepare a _arvey map of Gibsons which will, be the basis for  future: maps of the municipality  He will also take a band in the  numbering of houses, a project  which has been considered for  the last 18 months. Cost for the  "map project will be close to $700  Accounts    toialfing,   $1,547.41  Mrs. W. Dawe, Mrs.'A.'Wirsori,*  Mrs. J. Thorold, Mrs. W. Billingsley jr., MrsYV. Beck, Mrs.  E. Montgomery, Mr. H. Swanson  Mrs. H. Nelson, Mrs. D. Zral  Mrs. H. Stockwell and Mrs-. G>  Potts.  The association reports approx  imately 128 members including  children with family membership. Membership is also increas-  were checked and ordered paid,    ing steadily. Boxes of books con-  The largest sums were $1,252.73  ���ior joads inctoding . the Gower  Point Hd. piping_for the drain-  s&e system and $286.76 for general expenses.  Council reported that its resolution urging the provincial government to raise the village tax  collection limit from $12,500 to  $25,000 before social service responsibilities were taken over by  the milage, was passed without  argument at the recent annual  ^convention of the Union of British Columbia fMTunicipalities.;  Zone meeting  for auxiliaries  The Hummage sale which the  Auxiliary to Roberts Creek Legion held on Oct. ft was more  successful tban ever, and the ladies thank all who donated goods  and _noM_r.  At the ��____9_ meeting on Oct.  2, Mrs. Roberts presided in the  absence of Mrs. Manns, whose  grandson is vexy iB. Final arrangements viere. made. for the  ladies Zone Meeting cm Oct. 13.  The usual donation was .sent to  <CARSi- Tile transfer of MrSi E.  tinue to arrive from various don:  ors. The future of the infant Sechelt Library looks good indeed.  Tourist  members  meet on  Sunday  The annual meeting of the Sunshine Coast Tourist association  will be held Sunday commencing at 2 p.m., in Pender Harbour  hotel and all associate members  as well as members are invited  to take in this event. There will  be an executive meeting before  the main meeting.  Association members also report ,that the scenic program  about the Sunshine Coast on  Channel 6 will be run off .each  Thursday at 7.55 p.m. from now  until the end of the year.  MAY ADOPT SCHOOL  At the second meeting ��� or the  Roberts Creek Helps, Jr. Red  Cross, a committee of two was  chosen to inquire into the advisability and possibility of adopting, a Greek School. Ann Service  and   Charlerie   Berdahl  will  re-  Qnigley was accepted. The date    port on their findings at the next  for the Christmas bazaar is- Piec.    meeting.  I.-  to Gambier  A BCE survey crew has begun  establishing pole.. locations, for' a  fourmile power distribution ��� line  on southwest Gambier Island.  The company expects to be  serving ,the areas of West Bay,  New Brighton and Gambier Harbour by late spring, after laying  a 7200-foot submarine cable from  Langdale vicinity to Gambier Island.  SLEEPWALKER HURT  Sleepwalking about 1 aan. Friday resulted in Detective W. R.  Millar, Vancouver city police  force faffing from Ms summer  home verand-d- or H_Bcrest Ave.  near fhe Telephone office. Dr.  Hugh IngGs attended and sent  him to SL Mary's Hospital at  ��� Garden Bay wfcere be has been  nursing broken ribs and a damaged wrfst.  continues,   Mrs.   Grattan   being     x.     ,T      ���..-,���,      ,   .    ���.,  last month's winner.  Plans will  the New United Church in Gib  be  discussed for the Christmas sons-  DeMOLAY INSTALLATION  A DeMolay installation of officers v/ill be held Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the School  Hall when Master Councillor  Elect Steve Mason and his officers will take office.  RECORD CROWD  A record crowd attended the  opening dance of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 140 in the  newly renovated half. Guests  were welcomed by Branch President Mr. CL G. Lucken, and  guest of honor was Mrs. Ellen  Brown of PruvHncal Command.  ute  Way planned  Gibsons'' ousinessmen plan to  light up the town. At Tuesday  night's council meeting a scheme  to string lights from pole to pole  on Marine Drive and Gower  Point road in the shopping area  was outlined to council members.  Council approved the idea in  principle but will now wait to  see what costs will be involved  before taking any, definite stand.  In the meantime merchants arc  at work.with BCE officials to see  just what can be done, how and  at what cost. Iv'0nj:i  Life's 'ifartfesi Moment  A WEBSTER CLASSIC  Wxz ���aast Kjetus  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 News-  iper  Association,  B.C.  Weekly Newspaper   Association  and B.C  eekly   Newspapers  Advertising   Bureau,  608-1112   W.   Pender  St.,  ancouver, B.C.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher. Y  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  A good idea!  A program of interest within this school district is outlined in  the recent issue of the British Columbia Chamber of Commerce bulletin. It concerns the need for an educational program for chambers  of commerce or boards of trade, whichever you want to call them.  This program stresses the need for co-operation in the community between schools and other community interests.  This is not intended to mean that school boards should be supported without regard to their actions, good or otherwise. It could  mean that the boards of trade along this coastline could take a greater interest in what is happening to this three-quarters of a million  dollar institution to which all taxpayers contribute. .     .  There will be those people who will say the school board, with its  annual meetings held at numerous points;does a fair enough job.  The school board does a'good job but does the public carry out fits  part? The ansv/er will be a definite no��� when so few turn out to  annual meetings to hear trustees tell of the work they have done  during the year. Y  There is no intention here of urging-boards of trade to get the  people out to these meetings. If the public^does not want to hear  about school operations, that is their perogative.:However, boards of  trade can take an interest in educational problems: This board could  have a representative attending school board meetings; The committee could also examine the budget and analyze the various'divisions in which money is spent. It coi^rhaye a bette^r.5Unidi^rstanding  of school board problems. Y Y-^j  There are three boards of trade in this area, Pender Harbour,  Sechelt and Gibsons. They could operate in the broad field of admin-.  .strati ve affairs, leaving individual complaints to go through normal  channels within the school board.  The more that can be done towards making educational administration understandable to a wider circle of people, the better will be  the co-operation between the public and the administration. There  are serious problems hovering over this school district for the next  few years. They will be just as serious as municipal problems.  Among the methods for closer co-operation offered in the chamber of commerce bulletin are the determining of problems facing  education in the community, promotion of widespread understanding  and the working to achieve the solution to these problems.  It looks like a sensible program. What will be done about it?  Common sense needed  During the dark Second World War days, before El Alemain the  spirit of Canadian people was such that the average person was continually asking what they could do to help out. When victory was  within our grasp this situation deteriorated and it was every man for  himself and the devil take the hindmost.  To suggest that we are not at war today would be to hide the  truth. It might be a cold war but nevertheless it is a war which reaches right down to our institutions, protective and cultural.  This makes, one ponder over the fuss one newspaper produced  concerning the actions of the RCMP in striving to obtain positive  information which would be of some use to  the authorities in the  cold war. "  It would appear that subversive elements can operate in any  way they choose with impunity in the minds of some people while  the authorities must keep a rigid line.  It just doesn't make sense. Perhaps the situation is not serious  enough for some people to recognize their position in this cold war.  They should wake up and become alert for their own good. A story  can be a story but a situation concerning the safety of the nation is  far bigger than any story. The United States has discovered this fact  and has decided that the liberty of the press depends on the safety  of the nation. Maybe this fact will come home to roost in Canada.  Freedom can be preserved for the press or any other institution by  practicing plain common sense.  Sheer personalty  Insatiable curiosity it one o_  tbe outstanding characteristics  of the racooon. This and a  highly gregarious nature ac-  cbunrfor fthe 1 act that .the coon  coast to coast, Procyon lotor,  as he is known to our game  biologist friends, is an. engaging Tom fool in anybody's  wood's but truth compels rus to  state that __* hafoit of eating  quently bring him {nto Che qui-  skarts f~b-    even   our    largest  is one^of; the beat kiwwn of almost attythmg^hejftn .lar^is  all wild -thing* for t^y-fre- ���&y&':���to^wo&��u& *.&**  ��"i �����.        .    ^  -_v.      jj^ ott.the iVarnuht'Vlist. No  henhouse i or   orchard ;. is, aadEe  wften' he is on the prowl..  Though he exacts, a constant  cities.  ��� Because  of    the    e  ���-Because     cu     wic ���   cusa&^a. ,i-uugu "*; *._.<����.�������,���� _*.__.._���-  mask he wears,  he   has been toll from our farms.- and fruit  likened to the old time high, lands,   this   chunky,  medium-  wayman   and    this La ft good sized   carnivore f has   wangled  comparison for he is, indeed, for himself a  secure  position  a bandit #t' heart, ih the Tieart ot almcfet eirery  , A familiar member of every nature lover by: dint of sheer  form woodlot community _rotn personality alone.  Article 19  By ERIC THOMSON Y  We were back in Edinburgh  for the two weeks preceding fthc-  Festival and watched the preparations. These have mostly to  do with Princes Street and.' its  gardens. ikv.  The gardens, already neat-are  really groomed, the flower-beds  replanted  and   spot-lighted.  The  LETTERS  to editor  Editor: In this' seasonkof  Thanksgiving most Canadians  can, find something for: which  to be thankful. Fortune may  have smiled on some of us less  brightly than oh others,, 'but  even so, this yearrnay have  been better than the last, k  For victims of muscular 'dis-  trophy, 'however,  each year is  worse than the last. As if trY*  were    under ' some  evil' spell,  these    persons   find   the   substance   of   their   leg   and   arm  muscles slowly and mysteriously  changing   from   muscle  tissue   into  fat.   Medical   science  is    desperately   trying   to   discover why such a, thing; should  happen, for the ^tragedy of MD  is heightened by the fact  that  it mostly affects  children.  To help its research scientists, The Muscular Dystrophy  association of Canadi needs  every available bit of information on the incidence of MD  in Canada-���including the ages  of the victims, and the type of  MD that afflicts each of them.  We urge your readers therefore to bring every confirmed  or suspected case of MD to the  attention of your local MDAC  chapter, or fire department, or  to our main office in Toronto.  Not only will this information  serve to ; speed- our; research  program, but its reporting '/will  enable us to extend our many  services to .these victims'and  their, families.f-���- David Green,  M.D., first vice-president, k  Editor: Once again the school  bell rings out Vthef dissatisfaction  of a sleeping community 1 that  has steadily allowed the school  board to be elected and operated without thought of future chaos ��� that could only be the:answer for such utter discontent.  When any korganization /is  spending milUonsYdf dollars of  public fU$sp*|��fppublic duty  to. see tha^_ucli5pedple are first  capable of managing their private business.  The story in the Sun paper said  the school board did not like to  have the ratepayers present at  their meetings as they made  them nervous. Now surely /such  a delicate personality shouldn'tl  bull their weight around kicking grade one pupils off the bus 1- .  However the damage is done.  We now have a system we cannot afford so let us face it and  put some real thought into the  safety of our little ones as they  walk along highway 101. Let us  start -with a cross walk at the  Forestry corner in Sechelt as  this is the worst spot for confusion   before   and  after  school.  I would like to add a quotation, so I will use this old one.  "Forgive them for they know  not what they are doing."  C.  H.- Stewart.  Editor: I am directed by members of this Commission to ask  you to make a correction regarding the representatives from this  area who attended the Recreation Commission Convention on  Sept. 16.  The official delegates appointed by this commission were Mrs.  Janet Allen,: chairman; Mr. William Grundy, vice chairman and  Mrs. Mary Tinkley, secretary-  treasurer, k  Mr. J. C. Cooper was, of  course, present as' convention  host, not as a delegate and neither Mr. J. Morgan nor Mr. A.  Young are members of this commission or were appointed as delegates by us. ��� Mary Tinkley,  Secretary,. Redweil Recreatibn  Commission.  LAND   ACT       r  NOTICE OF  INTENTION TO  /APPLY TO LEASE LAND ;  In". Land ��� HecoiNling District" of  New Westminster and situate in  the: village of Gibsons. ��  Take notice that R. H. Hammond, oi Gibsons, occupation  log salvage, intends to apply for  a lease :ofr the following described lands:^- '    YYY; X"': :   v.   '  Commencing at faxpost planted  at ;the south east corner of Par*  eelZ No.. X Block . B.". Lot 688.  thence 300 fee* S. 51 decrees 28*  E:; thence 50 feet N 23 degrees  30' E.; thence 300 feet N. 51 degrees 28* W-.', -thence 5D feet S.  28 degjrees 3Q',W. and containins  one third acres, more or less,  .for the purpose of private float  for work hoat.  Robert Tlenry Hammond.  Dated 2?:h of September. 13G1.  line of statues facing Princes  Street get. a scrubbing with detergents and gleam as new. On  the garden side of the street  there- appears overnight a mile  of fancy lamp standards with  some 60 flights to the: standard,  their feet 'set .in heavy concrete  conduit pipes which are painted and planted with flowers.  All the shops do an extra-special window dressing, featuring  products of Scotland. The: completed picture is something to  remember and.so are the crowds  and,the noise.        ������..-���  We had some time to put in  during the morning of the day  we left, so we decided to have  another look around the Castle  but.we never got there, for there  was in, progress in front of it a  rehearsal of the Edinburgh Tattoo. : 4Z'���"���  We sat iri on this, with hundreds of others, free of charge.  This was not a dress rehearsal,  but was one for the split-second  timing of the various features  and we saw nearly all of it.  There were fine looking Norwegian guardsmen and their  band, their ski-troops, who skied  down long rolls of cocoariut matting to make an attack, R.A.F.  dogs jumping through firey rings  and other obstacles, with one  dog walking a double tightrope,  and all the pipers and drummers  that the heart desired, but what  took jny Zeye was the ��� celerity  with which the ordinary privates  of the line did the scene-shifting  between acts, every movement  on the dead run; and not a foot  wrong anywhere:  This Festival is now in its 15th  year and,lasts. three weeks, and  covers many fields of art and  culture, music and drama and it  attracts the eminent in all these  spheres from all over Europe.  The cult of the Festival attracts  many thousands of visitors so  that accommodation in or around  Edinburgh becomes hard to find.  * '  *    *  Glasgow stands aloof, and regards the occasion as the time  for burying white elephants. The  original novelty and spontanaiety  has now gone. Though the E.esti-  va has taken root, the city finds  the annual expense rather a burden, so that there is some grumbling in the ranks, but the  amount spent by the visitors  must make up for all that.  The Festival also attracts a  curious    fringe    of    long-haired.  bearded males and their feminine counterparts and there is no  mistaking this injection into the  already variegated < throng of  outlanders on Princes Street.  This provides the atmosphere for  the Festival. We ��� decided it was  too rarified for us, so we came  to Peebles, where we were two  months ago, and, after the crowd  ed streets of Edinburgh and the  roar of its traffic, the quiet and  "freedom of this place is like para-  'disek  2       Coast News,  Oct.  12,  1961.  LARGEST ELK HERD  Elk once ranged over a great  part of the northern two-thirds  of this continent. By the turn of  the century, their stamping  grounds had contracted to about  a third of their original proportions. The largest herd of-elk in  the world today is to be found  in the State of Wyoming.  ��____���_���___������_���__.  NEW BOOKS  AT LIBRARY  GIBSONS  NEW  ADULT BOOKS  The Case of the Amateur Actor ��� Chris Bush.  Servant's YProblem -Y V- P-  Johns.  A Shroud for Mr. Buridy ���  James M. .Fox. .  The Long Skeleton���. F. & R.  Lockridge.   '"       v     ,       Y  Knocked for a Loop k- Craig  Rice. ;k  Mountain Ambush ��� Louis  Trimble.  The Missourian ��� Brad Ward.  River in the Sun ��� Elizabeth  Beatty.  Freeway to Happiness ��� Betty Blocklinger.  At Granada Court��� Peggyv  Dern.  Kingstree Island ��� John Ehle  The White Voyage ��� John  Christopher.  Here is a wonderul bargain opportunity! Only during the Rexall Fall One Cent Sale can you  get two regular size items for the  price of one' plus only one cent.  Hundreds of bargains to choose  from. Be sure you get a copy  of the big 4-page, 2-color sale  handbill. " S I X " big: days ���  MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Octiber  16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21. LANG'S  Rexall-Drug Store, Gibsons and  Sechelt.'TWICE AS MUCH FOR  A PENNY MORE ��� REXALL  FAL lc SALE.  Don't   say   Bread,   iay   ''McGA-YIN'S"  Local Sales Rep.  Norman  Stewart  Ph. SS6-9515  R.R.I, Gibsons  who does  your insurance agent  work for?  If you are; dealing with an independent  insurance agent or broker, you can be  sure that he's working for you ...  acting in your best interests at all times.  Because he represents a number of  - insurance companies^ an independent  insurance man is in a position to  ascertain the best policies suited to  your needs.  This personal service means your  insurance is always placed to your best  advantage. You can see why it pays to  deal with an independent insurance  agent or broker.  Look for (hie eihblem  before you buy fire, auto  or general imwrQticeX  THE INSURANCE AGENTS'  ASSOCIATION  OF BKITISJI COL^M$lA  im*  N. RICHARD McKIBBIN  GIBSONS  Ph.  C3G-20S2  T���MW   DlMFY ������ Sechelt Realty and Insurance  Ph. 885-2161  FURNACEMAN  FURNACE  is economical to buy  and operate  FOR AN ESTIMATE  Phone TU 3-2643  HiNSlVS  PRE  Complete !  slock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial and Sports  Hardware ���  Dry Goods  BAPCO PAINT  Interior &  Marine  Ph. TU 3-2415  T02MILLI0H CANADIANS  BUY YOURS  FOR CASH  or BY  DOWN PAYMENT OF 5%-  $2.50 FOR A $50 BOND,  $5 FOR A$100BOND, ETC.  BALANCE IN  EASY INSTALMENTS  ,  OVERA^YEAR  ,    WORKiNC WITH CAHAOIANt  IN EVEfty WALK Of LlfE SINCE 1C��.  O 9Vt Sechelt news items  783���KNIT YOUR WAY to a man's heart by making this 'practical, year 'round sweater. It's made iri sports yarn in a simple  ribbing pattern. Directions for sizes 34-36, 38-40, 42-44 included.  973���MERRY CHRISTMAS APRON! Serve guests, gaily in this  holly apron. The sptfays are applique that can,- be sewn or pasted,  on. Transfer of sprays; pattern of pattshes; directions.  994���SCOTnES IN BRIGHT SCRAPS make a colorful quilt  that delights a child. .The scotties are one patch that is easily  appliqued. Chart; pattern of patch;  directions;  yardages.  Send thirty-five cents (coins) for each pattern (stamps cannot  be accepted) to' Coast News, Household Arts Dept., 60 Front St.  West, Toronto, Ont. Print plainly NAMEyADDRESS, PATTERN  NUMBER.'  . FOR THE FIRST TIME! Over 200 designs in our new,  1962 Neddlecraft Cataldg-e-biggest ever! Pages, pages, pages of  fashions, hoine accessories to knit, crochet,; sew, weave,. embroider, quilt. See - iuHdjoinit hits, cloths, spreads, toys, linens*  afghans plus free ^patterns!. Send 25c. ,       A ..A..'  BlIllW^  We can design and build a dream kitchen in any number  of exotic hardwoods and plastic laminates  at reasonable prices. f,  Also fine custom furniture for every room in your home  -    Quality material & workmanship guaranteed.  R. ti_^I_I_^���^Jceanside :..F^ai_nififl_M-_^__-'^j_ik"o:iQali_jaLiBi*:-- Shop  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek������ Ph. 8862551  Rogers  PLUMBING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS, B.C.���:.������ Ph. 8862092  WHOLESALE   &   KEXm*  corner off PRATT RD. & SECHELT HI-WAY  STORE HOURS ��� Open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.  Closed on Mondays  White 3-piece bathroom set with taps  k $  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 stock of Streamline copper pipe & fittings  ., CHEAPER THAN THE DEPARTMENTAL STORES  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, single hub   :.'.  $  4.90  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, double hub   ........ $5.20  1/2" copper pipe, per foot  18^ ,  1/2*' copper elbow  lO^ ............ tee 15����  Solder ......:��� ���..,...... .:.. 1 lb. $  1.39  SPECIAL ��� Double stainless steel sinks ........ $27.50  3" copper pipe, per foot  ..:..���...! ..........^....... $   1.29  Ne^ Perribroke baths    .L..A..L...........   $52.50  NewkEn^iish china toilets with seats  $31.90  No. 1 steel septic tanks (free delivery)    ........ $48.50  4" No-Crode pipe, 8 feet long, per length ..... $  3:75  3y2" Perforated No-Crode pipe  $  2.35  New toilet seats      :...... Y....;~:  $  3.90  Anything you buy from us if you don't want it I will  refund your money immediately  Elko glass lined No. 30 single' element  $73.00,  Elko glass lined No. 30 double elejnent  $83.00  No. 40 glass lined double element'"A.... ...... $89.00  USUAL  GUARANTEE  Fibre glass laundry tubs for less than the big stores  You can buy the Cobra brand plastic pipe  cheaper from me  STORE KEEPERS OR  MERCHANTS  25% OFF PLASTIC PIPE LIST PRICE  The new Beatty shallow or deep well pumps   $119  (Save 5 to 10 dollars)  BY MRS. A.A. FRENCH  Promenaders Square Dance association elected Tom; Parrish as  president for the new term.. Vice-  president is Bill Davis; recording secretary Mrs. Pearl McKenzie; corresponding "secretary,  Mrs. Lea Davis; treasurer Ron  Orchard   and   social - convenor,  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-9525  .TUES. to SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring  Mrs.  Peggy  Hemstreet.  Recent visitor to Mr. and Mrs.  Lloyd Turner was- Mrs. Doris  Young of Vancouver. .Also visiting the Turners was their granddaughter Sharon Wood of Burnaby and friends Lynne McDor-'  aid and Daphne Brown. These  three nine-year-old girls were -  proud of the fact they travelled  all the way from Vancouver by  themselves.  Two priests on holiday were  much impressed with the Sunshine Coast. They were Father  E. Weir of Osaka, Japan and  Father F. Skalubno of Vancouver. They visited Mr. and Mrs.  Gordon Hall and Mr. and Mrs.  Olaf Korgan.  On the sick list in St. Mary's  Hospital is Mrs. H. Steed and  Paul Mulligan. Mr.. Cawley is  still there but getting along well.,  Visiting Mr. arid Mrsf F.  French is Mrs. Betty Roy of  New Westminster.-  Mr.  and. Mrs.  T. Ivan'Smith  have moved into their new home  High   Croft,   Selma   Park.   Mrs.  Smith's  mother,  Mrs.  Gorrie of  Vancouver is  visiting  them  for  -a few days.  Eric Gustavson; who operated  a camp with his brother Thure  on Jervis Inlet known as Gustavson  Bros.,   in   1923,   died  in  .Vancouver. He leaves his wife  Esther arid  three   sons,   Arnold. ^  - Clarenceand Stanley, five grandchildren;- his brother Thure in  Vancouver;   Linne  'and   Fred in  Coast News,  Oct. 12,  1961. .    3  Sweden and a sister in Chicago.  Harold Swanson of Sechelt and  Leonard Swanson of Gibsons are  nephews. He was a member of  Lions Gate Masonic Lodge. Burial was made in f Forest Lawn  Memorial Park with .Canon A.  M.  Trendell   officiating.  Our forests' are independent  ������ they do not ask for, a single  acre of farm land*    Y  A ATTENTION! MEMBERS!!  CANADIAN LEGION 109  CABARET  '������:. ���'��� 9 p.m.  SATURDAY, OCT, 21  CANADIAN   LEGION   HALL ��� Gibsons  less time to dry, fewer clothes to buy -  WITH   AN   AUTOMATIC   GLOTHES   DRYER  You save time, savm money,  save work, save steps���-with  .an automatic clothes dryer.  See the new models now  at your appliance dealer's.  You'll save precious hours for family activities the ���  year 'round with an automatic clothes dryer. Loaded in  seconds, the wash is dry in ininutes. Compare that with the  time-wasting; weather-waiting clothesline routine! You'll  save money, too. Many clothes, (especially children's) '  can be worn, washed, dried and worn again, all in the same day.  So you don't need to buy as many changes of clothing ���  and your dryer's gentle action saves costly wear and tear, as well.  B.C. ELECTRIC  37  ij  r  free installation!  /     .-...���      ��� * .  Between October 16th and November 15th, your dealer  will be pleased to install your new electric or gas dryer  FREE OF CHARGE...if your electric or gas service is  adequate. 'Take advantage of this money-saving offer soon!  L. -.__.-._-______, _���_________-____. __-____ ��� ______-, ��� ----.----.----.-----J  C  & S SALES &  SERVICE  Sechelt, B.C.������: 885-97-13  GIBSONS   HARDWARE   LTD.  Phone 886-2442  RICHTER'S   RADIO   &  TV   CENTRE  Sechelt, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-9777  GIBSONS  ELECTRIC  Gibsons, B.C'���Ph. 886-9325  PARKER'S HARDWARE  LTD.  Sechelt, B.C. ��� t*q   885-2171  JOHN   WOOD   HARDWARE   &   APPLIANCES  Gibson., B.C. ��� Ph. 886-2331 4       Coast "News,   Oct. 12, 1961.  C.W.L.  BAZAAR  A fall' bazaar will be held by  the  C.W.L.   Holy  Name  Parish,  on Oct. 12 in the Legion Hall at  7 p.m. Raffles,  games, contests  refreshments and home cooking  will be available.  FOR SALE  Modern 3 bedroom NHA Ranch style home, with beautiful  view overlooking Davis Bay. Hardwood floors throughout  Large livingroom with fireplace, separate diningroom,  bright modern electric kitchen with lots of cupboard space.  Good NHA mortgage, Balance cash or terms. For view  anytime, ���  Phone 885-2124  Now���these accessories are yours  when you need them  ON THE SHELL DEFERRED PAYMENT PLAN  When you need tires, batteries, new headlamps, mirrors,  fan-belts or spark plugs... the Shell Deferred Payment  Plan lets you have these accessories whenyou need them.  And when you use this easy payment plan on your  new Shell creditcard���you pay no carrying charges!  So to keep your car safe... trouble-free... drive in  and see us soon. [  I  'SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS!"  Gibsonis Shell Service  Charlie & Terry   ���   Ph. 886-2572  aenvinq yoth wttk ���_��� ���  KEN'S FOODLAND  PHONE   886-2563  Round Steak  GRADE A ,CHOICE  c  lb  BEEF SAUSAGE  39c lb  Home Cured Corned Beef  OUR OWN DELICIOUS CURE  Pork & Beans  BETTER BUY  15 oz.  10 ��*   $1  LUMBERJACK SYRUP  32  oz.  29c  Sweet Mixed Pickles  CHAMPION  .���..Y-24' oz.,  39c  ROSE MARGERINE    3    69c  Powdered Milk^lO^JI 79  ORANGES  163*s  I  ticzca far  89c  OPEN FRIDAY  NIGHTS TILL 9 p.m.  FREE DELIVERY ON  ORDERS OVER $5'"  Play the Treasure Hunt cvcjy Thnroday, Friday  and Saturday ��� Details in the Coast News  ________  Roberts Creek SECHELT TBEATR1  (By Madge Newman)  Miss Jean Gibb of VGH School  of Nursing was home with her  parents on Hanbury road for the  long weekend.  Mrs. M. C. Smith and Miss  Sheila Smith have been guests  at the Newman's over the holidays. Miss Smith is training at  VGH.  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fellowes,  Margaret and Harvey Fellowes  of Vancouver spent the weekend  at their summer home here.  Harvey is also a student at UBC  this year.  Visiting Mrs. Dot Townley; over  the holidays were her son, Squadron Leader Pat Townley/ officer commanding Station Vancouver, RCAF with Mrs. Townley  and son Phillip.  UBC students home for Thanksgiving are Miss Sharon Marsh,  Nicol Warn and Wilson ; Andei*-  son.  Another student home for the  weekend is Miss Jean Baba from  the Provincial Mental Hospital  School of Nursing.  Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Linton are  at-home after spending a month  touring interior B.C.  Miss Dorothy Beck, State Epi-  demologist, California, has been  the guest of Mrs. Ruth Mitchell.  Visiting her daughter and family, the George Duplesses of Surrey has been Mrs. H. Bernhof of  Grange  Road.  Penny valuable  A single'penny has never been  more valuable in history as fit is  now, as thrifty shoppers will discover at Lang's Drug Stores in  Sechelt and Gibsons when*;the  Rexall Fall lc Sale-begins Monday, Oct. 16. The sale runs! for  six days from Oct. 16 to 21. Double quantities of regular 'drug  store merchandise f will be. ay ail-  able at the regular price,.iplus  ���Just , one Ypenny. Items include  vitamins, inediciries, stationery  men's and women's cosmetics,  and Christmas gifts. AH items,  are top quality Rexall merdhan-:  dise, freshly stocked, and guaranteed or money back. Y Y  9." ������  Chiii^  ANGLICAN      ~  St. Bartholomews, Gibsons  .7:45 a.mk Holy Communion  ll:15.auin;,vMatiris  ^;  v - 11:15 ^.m^tStaiiday Scho_I  Str Aldan's; Roberts Crt^k    ��'���  Y   il.DO,:a.m.f Sunday School    ;  3:00 p.m.,  Evenson*  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  7:30 p;__.. Evensong  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  PORT MELLON     .'���....  8.30 a.m. Holy Communion  ������        UNITED  Gibsons 'f  11:00 a.n_., Divine ServicW  11:00 a.m.YSunday School  '������'! Roberts Creek, 2 pJ-_  ..'   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   School Yk"  each Sunday at U a.m.'  Roberts  Creek United Church  BETHEL BAPTIST-  Sechelt  10 a.m. Sunday School  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer f.  Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m., United Church  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL ;  11:00 a.m. Devotional ,;y  10 a.m., Sunday  School  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service.[  Tues., 7:30, Bible Study  Fri., 7:30'p.m.f Young  People  Sat., 7:30, Prayer  Glad Tidings Tabernacle  9:45 a.m.,  Sunday School  11 a.m. Morning Worship  3 p.m.; Bible Forum Y  7:30 * p.m. Evangelistic Service  Wednesday, K7 pan;,  Bible Class  Friday, 7:30 p.m. Rally  Sat., 7 p.m., Young Men's Action  Club  YMen, you have lucky days coming. It's .the  original Rexall lc  Sale.- Buy razor blades;; shaving  creams, lotions,, toothpaste, pock  et -c$hftte, wiitih'g: pads,':��� leather;.; f  bill, folds,   arid more  thanr?-5(>Y  other, bargains'.;at one centjicach  when'you buykone morei A.ojL tjho  saine item at the regulaf-'^ricei-���'  Monday,   Tuesday,   Wednfesdaly^^  Thursday, Friday; Saturday^Oc- .  tober, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20  and 21*' ���  Lang's Rexall:\Drug   Storey Se-.,  chelt and  Gihsons.   TWICE-. AS '.,-,  MUCH   FOR A' PENNY tfoflE"  '��� REXALL FALL lc SALE  SHOWS START AT 8 p.m.  OCTOBER  Fri. 13 ��� Sat. 14 -f Mon. 16  Victor Mature, Yvonne Dscarlo  TIMBUKTU  FOR SALE  1961���6 HP MERC. 60  $235  1958���10 HP JOHNSON  $225  Both in Al shape and  guaranteed  '62 Mercs are here  with  more fun for-your money  Haddocks  at PENDER  Ph.' TU 3-2248  AT POWELL RIVER, Bermuda-, where she , was on the  Miss    Mary    Parker,    R.   N., nursing   staff   of   King   Edward  daughter .of   Mr.. and , Mrs.   J. Memorial Hospital is now on the  Parker,   recently ."returned  from staff of Powell River Hospital.  Aytomobile Painting  and  Collision Repairs  OUR SPECIALTY  GOME IN FOR A FREE ESTIMATE  ON PAINTING YOUR  CAR  OUR  PRICES  CAN'T  BE  BEAT  c  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd.  WILSON CREEK   ���   Ph. 885-2111  YOUR LOCAL GENERAL MOTORS DEALER  KEEP LOCAL (PEOPLE EMPLOYED  SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE  w Fall Specials!!!  I  G  A  R  D  S  WHILE THEY LAST  LADIES WHITE LINED WINTER BOOT .-  $3.95  JLITTLE GENTS & BOYS PLACED RUBBER BOOTS   ......    $1^99  BOYS SLIPON   ���...:.:.... :.���;.....:��� ...  ........^    ��� $5.45  LADIES!  HUSH PUPPIES  WHAT YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR  WOMENS $8.95  MENS X.1.A '$9.95,  BOYS $8.95  MEN!  A large range of hunting, logging and work boots  NYLON SEAMLESS SNAGPROOF RAIN SUIT  Does your old rain coat leak ��� (Get your Sprayon Water  repellent here N  Your Family Shoe Store  Phone SECHELT ��� 885-9519  *y ���.  WE ARE  We need used cars  Come in and view  ALL NEW ...  C  *  I  ON DISPLAY IN OUR  BEAUTIFUL  SUNSHINY  OUTDOOR  SHOW ROOM  The highest of Traded will  MATCH AM WRIT��� DEAL FROM ^MmM  M9S7V  LTD.  WILSON  CREEK Phoney 885-2111  ��� .>:���  * ..1W  YOUR LOCAL GENERAL MOTORS DEALER  ., ... .... ���" tji>    ^ .   ��� ...;.���*( "'   _'...���     k*       ' .-������'���  :Keep Lo^  otMome  '*;  ������������:  Y" ^^laYsySv COMING   EVENTS  Oct- 13, .Roberts Creek Legion  Meeting, 8.p.m., Social 9:30 p.m.  Oct. 14," St. Mary's Hospital Aux-  iliary, Pender Harbour, Bazaar,  Sat;j 2 p.m. Madeira Park Community; Hall.    '''', A.  Oct. 18, Gibsons United Church  Rummage Sale, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  New Christian Education Centre.  Oct.  19 ->��� 28." Watch for terrific  value ijjn Trading' Post   Sale' at    3 room "cabin. Serviced. $2150.  Marshall   Wells   Stores,   Sechelt  and. Gibsons.  Wringer  886-9569.  type   washer,   $35i   Ph.  Trapline - and  Coast News.  traps.   Box    619,  Coast. News,   Oct.  12,-1961.       5   MISC. FOR SALE CContinued) ANNOUNCEMENTS' (Cont) DIRECT6ry (Coniinued)  REAL ESTATE  .- JDeal with, Confidence   with  ���     TOM DUFFY  ,     Y   SECHELT REALTY  v   AND "INSURANCE  FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE  Phones:   885-2161,  885-2120 ,   ,  Large' view lot, .100' frontage,1  Oct. 21, Royal Canadian, Legion  109 Cabaret, 9 p.m., Legion Hall,  Gibspas-, ,  Oct. 26, Annual meeting of Mount  Elphinstone District Council for  the Boy Scouts , of Canada. Legion Hall, Gibsons, 8 p.m.  BINGO ��� BINGO ��� BINGO  -Nice-prizes and Jackpot   '��  Every Monday, at 8 p.m. in the  Gibsons Legion  Hall.  CARD  OF THANKS,  I would like to take this opportunity of-thanking relatives and  * friends for ,ther kind thoughts,  deeds and good wishes. Thanks  to the nurses, and doctors at St.  Mary's Hospital. A very special  thanks to Mrs: Brakstad, John  Harvey and Paul, Mulligan.  -'"    Robert Clarke.  DEATH NOTICE   ,,    "  BARNES ��� Passed away 4Oct.  8, Ethel Blanche Barnes inx her  75th year, of Gibsons, B.C., formerly of New Westminster. Survived by two daughters, Mrs.  Bernice Grant, Mesachie Lake,  B.C. and Mrs. Almeada Whiting  of Gibsons, B.C.; one son Everett, New Westminster; two brothers and three sisters; seven  grandchildren and 13 great-grand  children. Funeral service, Wednesday, Dct. 11 at 3 p.m. from  Woodlawh Funeral Home, New  Westminster, Rev. Canon A. J.  Taylor officiating. Interment in  Forest Lawn cemetery. Harvey  Funeral Home, Gibsons, B.C.,  director.  Exceptional buy in this small  home with view. Close in, fully  serviced. .Reduced to $3950 for  quick sale.  3 acres with' view, $1500, terms  "EVERGREEN  ACRES"  "GEORGIA    VIEW"  and  'LANGDALE   HEIGHTS'  Full information, call  Kay Butler  Sechelt 885-2161  or  Gibsons 886-2000, evenings.  ~       "A Sign of Service"  PHONE 886-2191  Hopkins ��� view ��� 2 bedroom  house ���  full' plumbing  ���  sun  , porch -���   oil   range   ���  Priced  at $4750, easy terms.  ��� ���������->������-���     ��� ��� * ���  Granthams ��� semi waterfront  view lot ��� old cottage ��� Full  price   $2500,  terms.  /  ������������     ������������     ������������  Fine view lots in Georgia View  ONLY 10% DOWN  Large  division,  lots   in   Hillcrest  From  $550.  Sub-  One year old freezing, roast'ng  and canning chickens, 10 for S5.  Phone F. J. Holland, 886-9513"  , 1944 2"'ton flatdeck Chev truck,  stake sides, duals, rebuilt motor.  15,000-miles, good condition. $150  ^-qash. Phone 886-9984.     ,  ' Chickens,5 50c each'. Swabey, Henry Road,  Gibsons.   Ph. 880-9657,  ROGERS PLUMBING SUPPLIES  Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-2092  Wholesale  and 'Retail  1   used   Rheem  Rockgas  range,  white enamel,  like new, used a  few  months   - $95  White enamel   space heater  $35  3 other space heaters $25  I Gurney combination wood and  elec. range ' $119;  II oil ranges from $29 to $139.  1 hot air basement oil furnace,  $49,. looks like' new.  4 electric   ranges,   $59  to    $145.  No  junk  1  General   Electric   2   compart-  -ment frig, revolving shelves, ful-J  ly guaranteed, $225  1 used good washing ,  machine $42.50  1 7'/_ feet oil barrel, steel stand  and drum, both  for onlyw       $15  Fairbanks Morse domestic water:  service   pump, special  for cash ' $109,501  l-'good* used toilet complete $15  110 gal. fuel oil drums       $42.501  1000 chickens to sell!  Large fryers @ 39c lb.; Roasting, 35c lb.;  fowl 32c lb. 6 birds @ 2 8c lb. or  12 birds 25c lb. Phone orders tos  Wyngaert Poultry Farm, 886-9340  Don't be misled. Only: during  the Rexall original one cent sale  can you get two regular size  packages for the price of one  plus one centi "Hundreds of bargains to choose from. Mark your  calendar today for the big Fall  One   Cent   Sale,   Monday,  Tues-  < day, Wednesday,  Thursday,  Fri-  ' day   and  Saturday,   October   16,  17,   18,   19,' 20,   and  21,   Lang's  ' Rexall Drug  Store, Gibsons and  Sechelt." TWICE AS MUCH FOR  .���A  PENNY   MORE  ^-REXALL  FALL lc  SALE.  ,' LEARN  ACCORDION  , Beginners or advanced students,  "private or in group lessons. Ph.  Walter    Hendricksoh,     Gibsons,  J 886-2470.  SAND ��� GRAVEL  CEMENT  BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVEWAYS, FILL, eta  SECriELT  BUILQING   SUPPLIES  DIRECTORY (Continued)  STOCKWELL & SONS  885-4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe   and   front  end loader work. Clean   cement  gravel, fill- and road gravel.  r-uone- 885-960j  FOR GLASS  of fall kinds  .Phone 886-9871  PENINSULA GLASS  .  TRADE  '50 Thames % ton pickup, Value  $175. Trade for J_ ton Chev or.  Call 886-9373 after 6 p.m.  DIRECTORY  To clear an estate ��� 2 acres,  small cottage ��� village water ���  200 ft. frontage on jhighway. Asking $6500.  IN MEMORIAM  DALE ��� In memory of Mrs. B.  Dale, who passed away Oct. 14,  1960.  ���'We can not, Lord, thy purpose  see,  But  all is   well  that's  done  by  Thee"  Ever remembered  by  the Slinn  family.  MULLIGAN ��� In "loving memory,  of my dear husband and father,  Marshall   Lloyd   Mulligan,   who  passed away Oct. 11, 1960.  ���HisPmemory- is^as dear todayj~  As in the hour he 'passed away.��  Lovingly remembered and sadly <  missed by his  wife Teresa  and  family.  HELP WANTED  NOTARY PUBLIC  H.   B.    GORDON   &   KENNETT  LIMITED  REAL ESTATE  Sc INSURANCE  Gibsons , ;?       Se?helV  CHAS.  ENGLISH   Ltd.  REAL ESTATE .- INSURANCE  Ewart McMynn, Agent.  Velvety   green   lawns,   gently  sloping to beach, no steps, comfortable 2 bedroom  home.  OFFICE 886-2481 '  EVENING 886-2500  ,  PENDER HARBOUR ZZ[y  Charles  Island,   7   acres,   sniali*  cottage, private dock. Good shelter, clorc" boats.   Asking   $19,50y0>.  Courtesy to vagents. L. E. Kyle,  "Realtor"    1429   Marine    Drive,  West Vancouver.  WA 2-1123.  Hand split cedar shakesX Phone  886-2604.  Standard size concrete Building'  Blocks, 8x8x16 now available,  Flagstones, pier blocks; '.drain!  tile, available f from Peninsula  Cement Products, Orange Rd,!.  Roberts Creekk;; kt  Used electric and gas ranges, also oil ranges. ^C&*S Sales, Ph.;  885-9713,   Sechelt.' y      ;    ;;  WANTED  ..j,  Oil range, must be in good coiv  dition.  Phone 885-9572.   :- ���"*'  Used furniturei or what have  you? Al's UsedYFurniture,; Gibsons^ Ph. .886-9950.   kYkYk'YtY  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  CONSULTANTS  L.  C. EMERSON  ' R.R.  1,  Sechelt  885-9510  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  ,Clearing,  Grading,  Excavating .  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks,  Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  Concrete   Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  C & S SALES  For all your heating  ���.requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also   Oil Installation  Freef estimate  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE    Y  Dependable  Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  .,       Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record   Bar  ;..'-       f   f PhonO 885-9777 -  See us for all. your knitting  requirements. Agents for Mary  "Maxim Wool.-  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  . YY Phone.886-9353   -  ANNOUNCEMENT  &,  .-'���it.  I-f;'..-  Experienced rigging slinger . to  work on small, yarder. Phone  886-2097 after 5.p.mY    ,. ���;; k.; A  WORK WANTED  Experienced   cook.   Ph.   886-9328.,  Farm and garden work done,;  also pruning. G. Charman, Ph. 1  886-9862. ���ZZ^Z.At-  fuels       ��� ' /  ���-������' ���   :  We have a  few good listings in  the Welcome Beach and Pender  Harbour areas.  Y Y- DANIELS REALTY  YUNWANTED HAIR  Vanisi_e<r away"��� with 'Saca-Pelo.  Saca-Pelo is .different.f It   floes  not dissolve or remove hair from L  the ^urface, but penetrates  ajML  retards k grpy^th     of   lunwantedr x  hair, JlZ6t-TSie.eT Lab Ltd.,  Ste; 5;-,;{if  679 "Granville  St.,  Vancouver 2, vii  B.C. 'X A X   .        ������ ���   -.:':���..  GIBSONS PLUMBING  Heating,  Plumbing  -efficient .service  Phone886-248*  SCOWS    ���.    LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heaivy f Equipment ��� Moving  & Log Towing  Phorie 885-4425  Halfmoon   Bay v  885-4451  PROPERTY WANTED  NELSON'S  ��� '  LAUNDRY &  DRY  CLEANERS  Y      RUG CLEANING  Y> Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or  in   Roberts   Creek;   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020.  COAL & WOOD  Alder, cord $10        v  Clean handpicked  Fir  slabwood,   $9  No. 1 Fir Sawdust  Coali: $32 ton, $17 .% .ton: or  ":   $2  per bag.   :  TOTEM LOGS  $1 a  box.    ;  "��� PHONE   886-9902  R. N. HASTINGS,  North Rd;  "������ Gibsons  AUTOS FOR  SALE  1957 Monarch Lucerne, 2 door  hardtop, good shape. Older car  iff trade.  Phone   886-9984.  '39 Chev, $175. Engine overhauled fall 1960, good rubber, one  new tire, rewired; new muffler  and pipe, good heater; radio,  blinkers, new ��� radiator hose,  backup light, new clutch, '57.  Mrs. M, Atrill, Phone 886-2162.  Roberts Creek.  BOATS FOR SALE '*' Z  We have clients interested in  small and large developed or undeveloped WATERFRONT -properties; To list: your property  write K;*T; GUEST, BASTION  REALTY, 133 Bastion St., Nan-.  aimo, B.C. ~ ��� ;  PROPERTY FOR  SALE  View lot, Gibsons, $100 down, $25  per month. Ph. owner,  886-206?  FOR RENT  -Furnished 1 bedroom-house, full  plumbing, oil. L. A. Fraser, Ph.  885-2041.    . yAA.4'      >���'  One and two bedroom homes for  rent/ Phone  TU  4-5385..  2 bedroom house, unfurnished,  $45^ a month/ Phone 886-2000 evenings.  At Selma, on highway, 2 bedroom, fully modern home, $40  month.  Phone 885-2277.  Small cottage facing ocean, Gower Point. Three or four rooms,  electric rangette,, furniture, two  to four tenants. Rent, $30 month  Phone  886-9853.  1 bedroom furnished home for  winter months. Available Nov. 1  Phone YU 8-2538.  MRS. O. ROSENLIND     *  TAILORESS  SEWING  & ALTERATIONS,  South  FletcherYRoad,     BV-  Y Gibsons, B.C;-   : '^A  PETER   CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and  Stonemason  -  All kinds of brick and stonework  Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734 ^  ~        KELLY'S  GARBAGE   COLLECTION  Box 131,  Gibsons        ,  k , "Phone 886-2283 f^Y  PEDICURIST ^  Mrs. F. E. Campbell    :r;  Selma  Park;  on   bus  stopX.  Phone   885-9778 *k  Evenings by appointment   Y  Alcoholics' Anonymous Phone Se-'  chelt 885-9678 or write Box 584, ���  Coast  News.   t     '���������.. '.-- '>'  Tree falling.Ytopping. or remov-r  ing lower limbs for view Insured work from Port Mellon ^to  Pender Harbour. Phone 886-9946.  Marven Volen. f*.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky Number  Oct. 7 ��� 33896, Pink  PRICE    REDUCED  33 ft. old style roomy cruiser,  toilet, sink, oil stove, Universal  engine,. $950 cash full price. Den  Hariing; Garden Bay.; TU; 3-2366,  WATCH REPAIRS  MISC. FOR SALE  Forr   guaranteed  Jewelry k Tjep&ftslll"  Jewelers, Seichelt.  t>ri the premises',,.  watch and  see ��� Cftris'?  Work^^dbhe  ���-..���.-���,w,.=--ittni:  '50 Dodge American, radio, good  rubber. Sacrifice $125. Phono  886-9682.      , y!_Y_LY^  FOUND:_-k.' AiAA VAA'AZaZ^'A  A place to get .take outf^ryjc^  we   suggest A^^-AB?eawXL:. iti&4  half chicken with French /rip-  potatoes from 1>ANN^S k*: k  ���; ������r44^.-'-/^hon^:mmi^-^X, >->.  NEW STOCK ��� Compare our  appliance prices. Example, electric kettles from $11.88; electric  lanterns from $3.25; flash lights  from $1.29. Good supply of fresh  batteries. Also tools, steel tapes,  3 ft. rules, hand saws, claw hani-  mers and -many moreJ'fk 'qY  EARI/S AGENCIES  GU>sons  -���     DAVID NYSTROM       v Y  Interior,, exterior paiming.  Also  paperhanging.     Phone     Gibsons  886'-7759 or 886-9955 for free estiY  mates. :.V-  k TIMBER CRUISING  K: M." Bell, 2572 Birch St.. Vancouver 9. Phone REgent 3-068<l;  Modern style  wood  heater,  Phone 886-2074.  like  new.  ���   !������>  Kl  VICTOR; D^AOUST  ���fldnter ^ADecora,Un , .���  Interior .��� ^Exterior ..  ;?  Paper Hanging     kei  First Class* Work' Gum'jin*e��tt.,  Phone 886-9652, Noftb ICbad.^  -������-=��� ia^  Weston Master: 2 Cinemeter, cost  ���|'37rWfiat offers? Phone 886-9301.  PJorieer power s^w, 3 ft. blade,  new chain; 120 basa piano accordion and case, t& now.. Phono  Sechelt..  H. Almond, Roberts {Creek. :ppr*--k  penter,   builder,   alterat\on$J:-fta.A-  pairs, kitchen cabinet*. y0t��ajran;- ���  teed work. Phone 88J(5-9825<; h"k&  Hand saws and  gnd   set.  OaJIey'i  ^HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  A"  f   Engine Block Repa>rs  Arc, Acy. Welding  Precision Machinists  :'fPh.   886-7721; Res.   886-9956  :i.',. ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  i SIM   ELFCTRIC   LTD.  Y-.s Sechelt  y: :      Phone 885-2062  :       k    Residence Y 885-9532.  RADHV& TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAW  Radio,  TV repairs  Phone 886-2538, Gibsons  L.  GORDON  BRYANT  , NOTARY   PUBLIC  '../,,..-. -.-.,.;.   .. at.      -  Jay-Bee furniture arid  Appliance Store  Office  Phone   886-2346  House   Phone   886-2100  -   _ :We use  Ultra Sonic  Sound Waves  "    to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS'   JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given. Prompt Attention  f. Ph.  Sechelt  885-2151  MADEIRA   PARK  BUILDING SUPPLY Co., Ltd.  Xemeht  graviel,  $2.25 yd.  Road gravel   and fill,  $1.50 yd.  Delivered in Pender   Harbour  area  Lumber,    Plywood,    Cement  Phone TU 3-2241  MARSHALL'S   PLUMBING  HEATING  &  SUPPLIES  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9690 or 886-2442.  ��� Home and Industrial Wiring  , -' - -. Electrical Heating  Radios;   Appliances,  TV Service  : k GtRSONS ELECTRTC  Authorized GE Dealer  &*'���'"A       Phone. 886-9325  . WtGAitD SHOE Si'ORE    -  Always a large variety, of  shoes in every line  for old. and young.  Phone Sechelt 885-0519    ,  THRIFTEE  DRESS  SHOP  ;   "Personalized Service"  Agents  I  SkiLsa^vsUn^tV; ,.       Brown Bros. Florists  V's  WoodwopkUli;.':,     '.-f Anne's Flowof Shoj��  vk   YArvY/S "    PENINSULA SAND  & GRAVEL  . Phone   886^9813   ��� '���.   ,-.,  Sand,   gravel,  crushed   rock.  All material washed and screen-  fed or pit run.  "'(    Good cheap fill  RITA'S BEAUTY SHOP  Tinting and Styling  Phone   886-2409  Sechelt Highway  Gibsonis Village  REFRIGERATION  SALESf AND SERVICE .  A.  J< DUFF   ZRAL  i Phone f 885-4468  Draperies by the yard  or made   to measure  All accessories ��� ��� . Y  C  & S'SALES  .   Phorie 885-9713  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS  P. O. Box 37, Gibsons    '  1334 West  Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5.        Ph. MU 3-7477  C. ROY GREGGS  Phone 885-971.  For  cement gravel,  fill,  road  ; .gravel and crush rock. .AyZ"  Backhoe and Loader       k  Light Bulldozing  ' ^-^f-k GIBSONS" ;x-4',:A^  BUILDING SUPPLIES  "���' 'YfYLTD. ':..,:..,.;.,.-  "WE CARRY THE STOCK"  Phone 886-2642  LET US HELP YOU  PLAN NOW  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office     (Phones)    Residence  886-2191 886:2131  H. B. Gordon and Kennett  Limited  REAL ESTATE  & INSURANCE  Box 19 Gibsons, B.C.  "A Sign of Service"  BACKHOE and LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  arid ROCK DRILL  DUMP WtUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  'y  ' A4.. ���   ���   Also. '���'  '      SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.   KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826  ] PENINS5UIA     CLEANERS  ff CleanersYfpr the Sechelt   . ���  .-4Penl_wjQa-i'/'V    '  " ..  '- ';��� Phone ;  Phone-886-2200 Y  SMITH'S   HEATING  XJHIMNEY ��� ������ ifSil^-STOVES:',  "���yy*- : .f'*:sEj^pab;'-;^--,'Y ���  Phoile886-2422.  BILL   SHERIDAN  TV ��� APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES   AND  SERVICE     .  Phone 885-9534  OPTOMETRIST  ROY SCOTT  BAL; BLOCKS  GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR  APPOINTMENT  -   886-2191  Coast Construction Co.  FOR FREE ESTIMATES 0��  !L_ DRIVEWAYS -L- PATIOS ��� ��� PARKING LOTS  SERVICE STATIONS, etc.  Phone SS6-2600 or 88G-2178 ��� Gibsons  Keep the Sun Shining  All Year Round  New Low Cost Heating      ^  For any Home-  every budget    ��  ���I ��� -f^'  ii *Ar  ,,/' if  '��� "?. 'y\  ?A--AA& <M  /'4XA'?A;^  Payne Panelair  low installation cost ���low operating costs  hides in the wall:  delivers forced air heat  at floor level  No worry about sweating walls and windows or mildewed floors'with the Panelair  ��� prevents winter colds and sniffles too!  Fully automatic, safety vented and protected by Astrogard, the Panelair's efficiency saves up to 20% in fuel bills.  Features the new dualheet control ���just  enough heat on cool days ��� plenty of heat  on the cold ones.  Call today for a free estimate and terms!  Phone 886-9543  Other units for larger homt-s  available.  G & S S.UJES  & SERVICE  :...-;���'.   .  ,., "��� AZ;. .'Sechelt. Phone 885-9713  GIB5JONS   HARDWARE  .    -     ���������-.prAViTUi, Phono R86-2442  DUK^S i: BRADSHAW I_TD.  K73    Pt^b^ton'Avft.;  N.   Van.   Ph.  YU  8-3443, YTJ 5-2S44 6' '   Coast News,'Oct.  12,  1961.  WM$&��&' Gi!din3 the dande  FOOTNOTES  XHoroid can't y/aii to fry out  his stin-divihg flippers".  CARPENTER  Prompt Service  Quality Workmanship  KITCHEN   CABINETS  A SPECIALTY  Additions ��� Alterations  New Construction  NO JOB TOO LARGE  OR TOO SMALL  McCulloch ������ Ph. 886-2120  Glen Phillips left here last Saturday by plane for Miami, Florida to attend the international  convention of the TWA. Mr. Phillips will represent local 171.  Homebound he will visit New  York.  Former Gibsons resident Mrs.  J. O.'Lymer of White Rock spent  several days visiting Fran and  Alan Jackson and other friends  here.  ��� Archie Frawley who has lived  in Wilson Creek for many years  is now in St. Mary's Hospital,  Garden Ray.  Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith have  moved from Secret Cove to their  new home on Eastman Kill.  . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Black are  living in the Ron Whitaker. homev  until the new home they are build  ing is   ready. :   .  Leslie and; Mike Jackson have  left on a camping trip in the Interior and will visit Radium Hot  Springs. They also expect to visit  Phyllis and Doug Perkins in  North Kamloops.  Phychology-.has more to do  with business th'an some people  think. Especially in the matter  of terminology. Because of human nature, a person doing: a  job prefers the hari��dsqme title  ��� possible   even   to   the   extennt  that  it   risks  being a bit ��� ob-  -iubC ojoxu ou; a_e.. o-iaqx- ���airiSs'  tors,   just   maintenance   super-;  visors.  And   the  garbage man  of    yesterday   . has hecome; a  sanitation  expert   or   even' ��� aa  engineer: '  "������������'Y'; ^������IzAiAtAA  Oversees    have     practically'  been replaced by  foremen; or  members of the junior management     group.     Circus     press  agents strangely thinkthere-Lis  more    glory    in  being  called  public   relations officers. I^b-  lic relations being a relatively  new handle* people in this field  are     generally    stuck with it  though   some   fussy  ones toy  with titles like policy counsellors and one at least has: been"  wondering   whether   tho word  propagandist' could  be   public-  related back into its once dig  nified connotation.  That pretty girl at the inquiry desk is a receptionist'. It  sounds as friendly as she looks.  And the prize for po.etic titles  recently come out with a Sub-  fgoes to the magazine that has  scription Fulfillment Department, even though it loses  points   for spelling.  Telephone   now,  and   ask  for  your free copy of the big 4-page  2-color illustrated  Fall   lc   Sale  Handbill   at   your  local   Rexall  Drug Store. In it ypu will  find  the   exxceptional  values offered  by your Rexall Drug Store. The  big Fall One Cent Sale is on for  "six" money-saving days ��� Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs  day, Friday  and  Saturday,   October 16, 17,   18, 19, 29, and'21.  It's   your  opportunity   to   make  your pennies   work   as   dollars.  Lang's Rexall Drug Store,, Gibsons   and    Sechelt.   TWICE   AS  MUCH  FOR  A PENNY  MORE  ��� REXALL FALL lc SALE.  Ls  My boy is as smart as a whip] Yes sir, a'  regular chip off the oldbjock. Why, already  he's saving his money so he can go to college. ���  That's right. Yes sir, a chip off the ojd block.  Wouldn't be surprised if he gets to be a big  Star on the football team. He's just like the  old man. Now,' boy,-tell Jem where you're  saving your money. Speak up, boy I  THE BRNK OF NOVO SCOTIA  '                                                                                                           \  WANT ADS  ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  Gibsons Merchants New Bonus  REASURE HUNT  EVERY  THURSDAY  9 a.m.   EACH  STORE  WILL   POST  THEIR  LUCKY NUMBERS.  THESE WILLBE GOOD UNTILL 6  p.m.   EACH SATURDAY.  To ,win a prize you must have your Coast News with the correct number with you. If your number corresponds to any number you are entitled to  buy that store's aiiticle at a special low price as listed on this page. A bonus of $2 is also given if you claim your number on Friday between 6 and  9 p.m. All numbers can be easily spotted in each store. THE NUMBERS CHANGE EACH WEEK ��� IT'S FREE.  REGULAR VALUE $10.95  2 NUMBERS  'WWf^SS^  REGULAR VALUE $6.99  1 pr. Ladies Flatties 7  2 NUMBERS  REGULAR VALUE $8.95  Shag Skirt  'SUNSET' STORE'  ���*ny~f�����  ���-.    ^.���j  ilv Shoe Store  1 NUMBER  *-   -^_     ��� i.    J,,-,~  faj.r ,._-     ifJ^c     ���. �����-       *v*��-.*  Dt-UrF'O SPORTSWEAR   &  KlRlLO LINGERIE SHOP  REGULAR VALUE $13.95  PIONEER  Eider Down Filled Vest  2 NUMBERS  "The Home  of Prestige Merchandise"  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $2.98  REGULAR VALUE $3  10 lbs-  Sugar -1 lb. Tea  lib. Butter  ������ . ��� i  4 NUMBERS  COOP STORE  GIBSONS  The Contempera Make-up  & Lustrus Lipstick kvL  10 NUMBERS  LANG'S DRUG STORE  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $4  2 T-BONES  6  PORK CHOPS  1  lb.  SIDE BACON  lO  lbs.   POTATOES  REGULAR VALUE $10.98  1 Cannister Set  1 NUMBER  10 NUMBERS  "Serving You With Savings"  KEN'S FOODLAND  GIBSONS  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15 STORE  GIBSONS  Watch for ovr 880 Sale Starting Oct. 19  REGULAR VALUE $9-50  SHELL  LUBRICATION,  OIL CHANGE &  SHELLZONE  WINTERIZE  2 NUMBERS  GIBSONS  ��� ;  REGULAR VALUE $9.95  ;r:vi:;.  Car Coat  REGULAR VALUE $3.95  1 NUMBER  '>:���   '���'������  GIBSONS VARIETIES  3 NUMBERS  REGULAR VALUE $7.95  Ta bfe Lamp     9'  DRESS SHOP  GIBSONS  "The Store of Personalized Service"  X'^J'i  ^���NUMBERS  ���\ ���;.     ���' i| -  - :���  Y.   ���;.;'/ ������:..;. :��� 4i '���4'^H   ?���'.' X  . Y    "The Store of Quality!'  ;��� ~  GIBSONS HARDWARE  AMPLE PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE Coast News,   Oct. 12, 1961.       7  Clear old magazines, rags  and other inflammable objects  from attic and basement.  Chimneys .and heating equipment should . be cleaned and  checked at least once a year.  BEST QUALITY* SHOES  Marine  Men's  Wear  LTD.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsorvs  Mile. "Evelyn Dandry, a young  Parisian actress^ is hostess of  the Canadian-produced show for  women, Mademoiselle de Paris.  Filmed in Paris, this Wednesday  afternoon program is one of'the  new shows offered in CBC-TV's  fall and winter schedule.  J. J. Rogers & Son  PAINTING CONTRACTORS  /  INTERIOR &  EXTERIOR PAINTING  INDUSTRIAL COATINGS  FLOOR  TILING by CONTRACT  For fast reliable service Ph. 886-9333  Same Night ��� Same Place ��� Same Time  GIANT  BINGO  Thurs., October 12  i , ^ -  GIBSONS  SCHOOL HALL - 8 p.m. SHARP  GIANT JACKPOT WEEKLY  Dorit Miss First Game $10  SUNSHINE  COAST  WELFARE-- FUND  Free check takes only  3 minutes to tell you  how  IS;   Vk-  DRIVE ON OUR MODERN UP-TO-  DATE ALIGNMENT MACHINE  ZttiE ONLY COMPLETE ^j(C_-%ENT  MACHINE ON THE SEGHELT  k  PENINSULA  (lj957)LTD,  k  ;;WII-3pN.C^_-I-K    Y0��B LOCAL 6EIERAL MOTORS DEALER  KEEP LOCAL (PEOPLE EMPLOYED  "'; SHOP WHOM ;_*ND &AVEk ;;  OWLSNG  (Jhsiacfas  Prepared by the Research Staff of  r N CYC L OPEDI A   C A HAD I AN A  Whai  stimulated  road-building  irj Neva Scotia?  Although the firs.t Canadian  road  was  built by  Champlain  , in what is' now Nova Scotia  in 1606, almost no further  road-building was undertaken  in that region for another 150  years. In 1750 there were practically no roads in the province  that could be used by wheeled  vehicles, and it was not until  1815 that any stagecoach service began.  When Samuel Cunard established his transatlantic steamship service in 1840 with Halifax as the distribution point  for mail, road-building received a tremendous stimulus. Soon  fast coaches were able to meet  the Cunard steamers and carry  ' mail from Halifax to Turo and  Amherst, and ' from there to  destinations in New Brunswick  and Lower and Upper Canada.  Whai   does  Mimico  mean?  Mimico, the town on Lake  Ontario just west of Toronto  and a part of Metropolitan" Toronto, is said to have derived  its rarne from the Missisauga  Indian term for "place of the  wild pigeon." This refers to  the fact .that in bygone days  the now-extinct passenger  pigeon flocked to the fields  near Mimico Creek to feed. >  Who was the first health minister in the Commonwealth?     Y  Dr. William Francis Roberts,  who   in"   1918    was  appointed.  New   Brunswick's  first   minis-.,  ter of health; was also the iivst -  minister of health in the Corii-  monwealth (or the British Empire, as it was then called). A {  monument  in  thef grcuhds   of r  the    Legislative    building    at >  Fredericton recalls this f "first."  He served as minister of health.,  until 1925 and again from 1935  until his death in 1938. Under,;>  his   direction the  New   Briihs-  wick department of health did  valuable work in all branches  of public health.     ;;  Dr. Roberts served as. 'president   of. the Z Canadian /Publicf  Health Association in 192 lv He  was vborn  in   Saint   John- and ���'  represented   that .city  inAttvei;  provincial      legislature      from  1917 to 1925 and from 1935 to  1938. Y  ~ POLITENESS   AMONG   THE  5-PINS  By Bert Garside and Jim  Hoult  Chief  Bow-uig  instructors.  Double Diamond  Advisory  Council  Unlike contact sports, with  their bard physical violence,  bowling has no single hard-  and-tf'asc set of rules laid down  to govern behavior on the  lanes. The rules vary from  place tc ^.ace, put the essential ones are similar everywhere. They are just a matter,  of common sense and "common  courtesy. f_  ,  The   rules   o   etiquette    for.  bowlers; are  designed   so   that  the game is as pleasant as possible for everyone concerned.  Treat other bowlers the way  you would expect them to  treat you. Above all, remember that bowling is a sport ���  so be a sport. Play to win, of  course, but keep in mind that  good fellowship is the best  reason for the game's existence. So, don't let the. pressure  of competition turn' you into  a bowling boor.YY Y...  Here are   some of the  gen-  r eral   rules   of   bowling   we've  culled -from  our years   of experience with the Double Dia-  . mond  Advisory  Council.   ,  - ,1. If the  person   on the lane  to    right  /has    begun his approach,  give him  the  right  of  way. Let him finish before beginning your approach.  2. Leave all the razzing and  kidding at f the score stand.  Don't carry it onto the approach.'-;'   . --;������. ���;.'   ��� l'X"4  3. Stay off the approach until it is your turn to bowl.  After bowling, leave the approach immediately.  4. Don't 'Moft" the ball. Get  your hand down to ��� the lane,  . and roll fit.  5., If you are losing, don't  alibi.'   ���  6. If you are winning, don't  ��� brag.  '���'���'Al. Get    set    properly,     but  don't    waste     too much time  .with meaningless motions  like  shuffling your feet or juggling  the ball.  8. Be. ready to bowl as soon  as yottjf turn comes up.  - 9. Before getting on the approach,; .'..: make sure there is  nothing bn your shoesi that will  marfthe wood, f  ,10. Respect the foul line, and  ./stay behind it at all times.  11. Don't offer advice to  other bowlers, unless they ask  for it.  12. If pins are not set automatically, don't throw your  ball until the pin-tooy is clear  ���. bowling centres have more  trouble/ getting pin-boys ��� than  customers.  13. Although 'foody English" is part of the game, confine any of your weird gyrations to your own lane.  -14. Keep a check on your  temper and language ���- those  bad breaks; fare part of the  gaime, too.     k  15. Don't   pass   in   front of  another  bowler   to  pick  your  ball up from the rack.  ��� Next:   ' From   pushaway    to  follow through.  Roberts Creek  (By Madge Newman)  Mr. J.  G. Galliford is visiting  on Vancouver Island.  Mrs. Irene Heath has returned, from visiting her mother, Mrs.  J. Towier, in New Westminster.  The J. Warns visited their son  Nicol at Arcadia Camp over the  weekend.  GIBSONS  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DUROID ROOFS  Reroofing & Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES ;  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  BACKHOE & LOADER  :  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT   NYGREN    ���    Ph. 886-2350  THE  CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE   OF SECHELT  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  ANNUAL  LIST  OF VOTERS  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision, will  sit at the Municipal HalftY Siechelt, on' the first day of  November next from the hour of ten o'clock until the hour  of twelve o'clock in the morning, for the purpose of hearing and determining any application on the part of.any  person to be .added to the'_������ lisrt of Voters and remove any  names incorrectly placed thereon.  The List of Vprtwars as corrected and revised by the  Court of'Revision shall be that used at the Annual Municipal Election to be held in the month of December 1961.  kkfY- '���Z['-:':'l''A':,A'44A'E.Tl RAYNER, Clerk.  Printed Pattern  '**  Sheet Metal  YOUR   LOCAL  Esso Oil Heating Dealer  Now able to finance warm nir oil Heating���  5% down paymentY Balance up to six years  on monthly payments at 5% interest with  FREE LIFE INSURANCE.  LET US FIGURE YOUR HEATING  REQUIREMENTS  ���  '    A   '���-..'��� .''    ���-.. " ' X   '. -V    Y ..-Y .'  We serve the Peninsula from Port Mellon  to Earls Cove. ,  We will service all ESSO units now  installed or any other units.  Let's keep our money on the Peninsula  Give us a call anytime ��� Toll calls collect  Phone 886-9961  ^ tiw^iir^  ..Culottes ��� tops in fashion  form! They team with a classic;  . shirt to go everywhere a skiit  does, to . give you* freedom in  action. Choose flannel; cotton,  f Printed Pattern -333: Misses'- Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20.  Size 16 culotte skirt 3% yards  54-inch; blouse iVs yards 35-  - inch, y ..,;..- '-AA.A.. A   ���  Send f OltTY CEJiTS (40c) in."  coins <sta_apsv_OTBiQ^b3 accept*'i  ,  ed)   for   thi-rr.n^fferrif;   Pleas��  * print plimy,��r��& NAME. AD- if.  DRESS, STYLE NUMBER.       J  Send 'you. ord er to MAUI AN  MARTIN   care   of   the   Coast-  News, Pattern Dept., 60 Front  StYWeit, Toronto. Ont.  k    VbO'RE INVITED to a Fall-  ���YWinter fashion".speptacular ���  ^   see- 100 styles to  sew  in our  new ^Pattern Catalog. No mat^  ;ter whai clzQ.^youVl find it! 3*cA  HERE ARE A FEW  SAFETY RULES  1. Dispose of oily rags.  2. Have electric wire checked.  3. Don't' overload electrical  circuits.  4. Keep  kitchen   curtains   away   v.Vccu  stoves and open, ovens.  5. Keep matches covered and away from children.  6. iBe sure your chimney flue is cleaned regularly. Keep hot  y   pipes well clear of waUs.  .���,......,,... .,..,���'.!  T. Assist your looal-fixo brigade in its task of helping you.  inserted by  TKe  Gibsons   Volunteer  Fire  Services  as a public service (Turing FJRE PREVENTION. WEEK  I  K^rJ'-H'TJ  msssa 8       Coast   News,. Oct. 12, 1961.  WANT ADS ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  BLACK BAIL FERRIES LTD  Winter Schedule  Effective October 16th, 1961  OWLIN  .;   LvY  Langdale  ������'Lv.  Horseshoe Bay  6:10 AIM.  8:10 A.M.;  9:20 A.M.  10:25 A.M.  11:35 A.M.  ,1:30 P.M. ,  2:40 P.M.  3:45 P.M.  -5:05 P.M:  k       7:00 P;MY  8:10 P.M.  9:15 P.M.Y  10:25 P.M.  ;             11:30' P.M.  r Please clip and save for future use  I  I  I  I  I  I  $2  .95  per GAL.  per QT.  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  GENUINE GENERAL MOTORS  ETHYLENE GLYCOL ANTIFREEZE  t '���    ' - ���   . ���   -A'    '.' ���'"  ���"���' ���   '-A' '.���    ' 4'   'A  Have your radiator diciKcd loday  ABSOLUTELY FREE  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  E & M BOWLADROME  By  ED   CONNOR .$  The Larks of the Commercial-,  League topped the week with .;  high three and single of 2938,.  (1112). *  League Scores: _  S.C.L.:  Team,  Family  Bakery  2398. Misfits  895.  . Gibsons   B:   Team,  Oops  2533. ���  Molsons 1022. Ron Oram 632 (261) ���  Jim Mullen 617 (258), Roy Tay-,  lor 600.  Merchants:    Team,    Thriftees  2427, Gutter Balls 875. Una Austin   661   (240,   L.   Campbell   723'*  (275, 241), Dick Kendall 623 (237).<*  Gibsons A: Team, Midway 2848k  974.   Ike   Mason   686   (347)^    Hy  Thorburn 611, G. Taylor 678 (236)  E. Connor 645; (244): '  Ladies: Team, Legion, 2289,;':  (860). S. Wingrave 521, C. ZanY  tolas 563 (312),' M. Holland 514 '  (212), D. Gust 272, G. Nasadykk  665 (241), JR. Beacon 513, LY*  Morrison 515, E. Bingley 531 f  (219). '  k  Teachers Hi: Team 7, 2409, f  (925),  Rita Hincks   252. cC  Commercials:      Team,       The r  Larks, 2938, (1112). J. Matthews .  649 (258), S. Mason 718  (273),"JY  Drummond 634 (254), E. Fishery<  606.   .' ���������,���-:" :���', Y.^.k;!k-|:  Port Mellon: Team, Tumblers  2532 (982). V. Swinney 628 (242),;  S. Christianson 275. ,_  Ball & Chain: Team, Dinametk  ers   2394   (847).  Ike   Mason   629  (251),   J.   Wilson   653   (248),, B.  . Wilson 706 (290), D. Carroll 284.  Men's:   Team,  C. Legion   2813  (1017).   W.   Morrison   623   (249),  Sig Rise 642, Alex Robertson 684  (265),! R. Godfrey 604, R. Taylor  679  (247),  H. Shadwell  680  (262,  280), G.  Hostland 603,  F. Hicks  667.  Omitted last week: Merchants:  Team, Jim's TV 2625,  (975).   G.  Hostland   606   (250),   D.  Kendall  G25 (244), S. Wilson 286.  Sept.   11,  Myrna Marleau  274.  SECHELT  By ORV MOSCRIP  Two real big scores this week  ��� Don Smith of Pender League  rolling 869 (300, 310) and Pete  Jorgensen of Sports Club with  823   (300,  278).; .     v  .    ������������"���.:  Other Scbresk  Ladies f Lola; Caldwell 590, Bey  Robinson 2541 V   1  Pender: Marlehe Dubois 292,  Don Smith 869 (300, 310), Ev  Klein 629 (255), Agnes Fenn 266..  Peninsula   Commercial:   Andy  Leslie 761  (291), Frank   Newton  760  (289), Eve Moscrip 252,  Ei-f  leen Evans 659 (275), May Fleming 262, Dick Clayton 275.  Sports Club: Jean Eldred 605  (251), Pete Jorgensen 823 (300,  278), Alec Swanson 287.   Y  Ball & Chain: Norma Gaines  596 (253), Mariford ^Cook 698  (286), Joey Fisher 295.      Y,  In Ten Pins, Andy Leslie not  only won his pin with a 236 but  also set a nfew. alley record for  three games with 629. His score,     corded,   Ray  Johnson   224,  Ken  236, 184, 209. Two other stars re-.    Skytte   212.  Mount Elphinstone Chapter  Order of DeMolay  Cordially' invites you to the  Public  Installation  -    '���;    of      '    ,     ..  Steve  Mason  Master-Councilor elect and his Officers on  Sat, Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m.  in  School Hall - Gibsons  (1957) LTD.  WILSON CREEK ^ Ph. 885-2111  YOUR LOCAL GENERAL MOTORS DEALER  KEEP LOCAL PEOPLE EMPLOYED  SHOP AT HOME _VND SAVE  I  I  I  1  I  3  SKY TMI M iitRTER SERVICE  : ..'   Time is Moneylffk  Y       SAVE Tin^nd 3VEoney/v ^  GO BY PACIFIC WINGS LTD.  "SKYTAXr  I .'ji  Basis at  Vancouver International Airport  Phone: CR 8-5141  Sechelt (Porpoise Bay) 885-4412  Pender Harbour TU 3-2200   '  or TU 3-2431-  DEPENDABLE PERSONALIZED SERVICE  Radio Dispatched Airplanes  Real Car Economy  NSU PRINZ  I  Gives up to 70 miles on 1 gal. of Gas  MCKAYS      231���12th St., New Westminster  District Sales Manager    mp    ���_P_Li_^ _-t-_i Ji C_��  GIBSONS |.    inUIVIAO  Phone 886-9572,  The Cunningham's  -   HALFMOON BAY, B.C. ��� Ph. 885J9��27*  AUTHORIZED SERVICE  &  PARTS  .-���<��� ^    **  6 GREAT DAYS  N��., Oct. IS tkroigk Sat., Oct. 21  Rexa II  ORIGINAL  Buy One Article at Regular Price and Get Another Identical for One Cent  MONOGRAM PIPES  Imported, Variety  of Shapes  and finishes  Carved or smooth briar bowls  BEG.   1.69 2/170  FILTER   PIPES  (Any standard fflter will fit)  REG. 1.95        2/196  CIGARETTE LIGHTER  (Thin   type���Enamel  back)  REG. 1.00 ,. ...2/l:01  SPUNTEX  Nylon   Stockings  60  gauge,   15  Denier  Deluxe Dress Sheer  Full-fashioned,  dark seams  (Sizes 9 to  11)  NEW FALL SHADES  - REG. 98c pr.     ��� 2 prs. 99f?  GIFT STATIONARY  in   CEDAR   CHEST  (With Padlock and Keys)  36   Golden  Scalloped  Sheets  and 36  envelopes  Reg,   $7���now  only  3-99  A tremendous  buy for HIM  or HER  LEATHER BILLFOLDS  and  FRENCH  PURSES  REG. 5.00       .2/5.01  Make ideal Gifts for Xraas .  LADIES 'SUTTON PARK'  Carry all clutch purse  REG. 4.00        2/4.01  Tin of 31 ��� Flesh Color.  QUICK-BANDS        '*"  ., Plain ,Qr. .^^rciirochrpnie^  Reg." 55c���Now' only'���'. 39^**ea.  .   .A.      ��� ���<.  Rexall- HeaVy American  MINERAL OIL  16 oz.  REG.   89c 2/90^  RexaU  GER-RITE LIQUID.  Reg. 5.98     * 2/599  Rexall  VITAMIN, B. COMPOUND  TABLETS  Contains important  "B"  group  vitaimins   and  yeast  100's���Reg.  2.89      2/2-90  Christmas Specials  1.50  1.00  1.00  39c  50c  50c  25cv  50c  ���296  1.00  89c  60c  1.00  1.25  1.50;.  10c  29c  35c  25c  1.00  . Glass Ornaments, 12 in Box  2/1.51  Glass Ornaments, 12's, Assorted Shapes, and Colors .....2/1.01  Glass Ornaments, 7's, Unbreakable .........................2/1.01  Aluminum Foil Reflectors, 3V4" diameter, 8 ........2 boxes 40c  Christmas Corsage or Package Decoration .2/51c  Aluminum Foil Roping, Red, Green and^Silver ........ ,.Y2/51c  Icicles, Silver Lead Foil,: Cello Wrapped- k.........f......\2/26c  Icicles, Silver Lead Foil, 30"; Large Box.ci...............2/51c  TiSsel Garland, Silver, iVs" x"9.'-feet '.:...... ...i../2/30c  Tinsel Garland, Silver Pom-pom, 18'feet, Tarnish Proof-..2/1.01  "Cascade" Box, Slim Style 18 Sparkled Cards .\v.k;:i...2/9fle  "Twinkle" Box, Slim Style 12 Sparkled .Cards kk..X..A2/6ic  "Winter Scenes" Box, 14 Glitter Cards ..;YVi.V.k.J;V..2/1.01  "Starbright" Box, 15 Gold Embossed Parchment/Cards -2/1.26  Y'Jhe Exqusite" Box, 14 Tall and Thin; Embossedk^...;./,2/L51  Cascade   Christmas   Ribbon . ��� �������� ��� ���������.<���>.t������.���.������������ ..������������><������ ;�����.'���'2<_l_c  Cascade Satin Tone Curling Ribbon  ......^...iii.......2/30c  Cascade "Perky" Bow with Matching Ribbon...and;:'2. Cards 2/36c  Cascade Gift Wrap, 3 sheets/ 20" x.30" ..k..J��v,,.k.k.2/26c  Cascade De Luxe Roll Paper, 20" x 432,\Ppiy Wrapped .2/1.01  REXALL A-SA-REX  TABLETS     (S  Grain)  Reg. 79c bottle, lop's 2/80^  A-SA-REX   TABLETS  Reg.  (10  Grain)  1.39 -bottle,  ;;2/1^-0y;  100's  y cod _,iver^oil; ,;-.'  Fortified (10 A and D) 4 oz  Contains added vitamins A  'and-D.:-.'.-'. ,  Reg. $1 ��� 2/1.01     '  1 '  'Rexall    *  MULTIPLE VITAMIN  50's���Reg. 2.75        2/276  100's���-Reg. 4.98      2/4^99  250's���Reg.  9.25 ,.    2/9-26f.  A valuable; daily diet supplement providing 9 vitamins  Non-slip gripping surface  KLENZO  RUBBER GLOVES  Noh-slip gripping'surface  Reg.  1-59 pair ~ .    2/lt60  Rexall  MILK OF MAGNESIA  (Plain)        (20 ounces)  ;'Reg.  75c, 2/764*  BACHELOR  SMOKER'S TOOTH POWDER  with  Sodium: Perborate  Cleians sinioke-stainsd teeth  ..���,,.'.-'  <iyl,   '���.;���:'.'���-'fast 4Ay.X'       ��� '���  I'l ;R-^-j9c; '-:.rk2/80^   ;  KLENZO  CHILD'S  NYLON  k TbOTit BRUSH  ;     .2/30^     AX.  ������'������-, Rexall  SACHARIN TABLETS  ������(effervescent)  ���-" Bottle, of .100,: M_ grain  k   Reg. 35^-.      2/36^  y YBottle ;of 500, % grain  ^fff,:'Regkl;10"i;Y2/l:ill.:;:-  Battle fof _#6d,B4v: grain  Reg. 1.39        2/1-40  Bottle of liquid Saccharin  -'"���drops ���  Reg.  89^        2/90^  Watch for your  Flyer in the  mail  PRESCRIPTION  SPECIALISTS  fifSECHELT Ca GIBSONSC^  m^ a      ;/���/.;   k  Not on Our lc Sale Plan But Values too Good to Miss!  17.25 Value ''REX-RAY";;STEAM and DRY IRON ,-_-_-- 1199  19.95 Value "REX-RAY" PORTABLE MIXi-StYL_---;-- 12-99  11.95 Value "REXX-RAY" ELECTRIC HAIR CLIPPER &ET. 819  Clipper, barber shears, barber comb, tapering comib & instr. book  60c ea. Value "REX,". ALL-PURPOSE FILM k i _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ 2/75^  : No. 127 or-No. 620


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