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Array 1 ;  p^awjLn&la. I Library  ?$j��feria, B.  C.  .���-'���'-rV :;-Y'ki '���r  '.' Y:c"^"< ;;*'>''*'",  JUST FINE FOOD  DANNY'S   ;  DINING ROOM  Gibsons ���' Ph, 886-9815  ) ��i\j!i>f ,*      -, SERVING   THE  GROWING  SUNSHINE   COAST  Published  in Gibsons,  B.C.      Volume 15,  Number' 44,  Novem ber 16, 1961.  7c per copy  A Complete Line  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  XLtdX     f-";'v:'Y-  Ph.  886-2116  ���  Gibsons,   B.C.  Jail terms given  c^X^Zf^ ^f*7^_  A charge against ^ Wttliamf Edward f Butlerk '-19k laborer^ '���;��� Gib-  sons, of .causing^; bodHy tiarni; tp  Henry John Smith,: contractor,  ofGibsons, was; h&ardf$iy Magistrate ilohhstbn at St; f Baritiplp-  ; mew's parish Hall oa fNoyY 14.  The accused f^eiad^Y giiilty,  ;whereupoiiv Mr; JohriySL Burton,  of Vancouver, counsel:for the  crown,,gave/;a summary of the  incident,Ystating; thaitk)�� Oct. 7  yoiing men of DesMolay held a  dance at the Legion Hall, in Gib*  sonsV preceded,by a dinner. ^  About 11:30 p.m: the complainant, Mr. Smith, who was "chaperoning" the dance son account  of previous f molestations; had  gone put; of thie hall, fand had  found accused sitting on the stair  railing, holdingfa bottle of beer.  Some words took place between  them, and accused threw the  bottle over the railing, arid -start-*  ���ed "to leave, f -'A-Al ;..  Mr. Smith then turned to return to the hall; when the accused collared him around the  neck, and they fell to the ground.  During the ensuing scuffle Mr.  Smith was kicked in the face by  the accused. Mr. Smith got up  and started to go away, when he  was struck from behind arid received further hurt.'!;  Mr, Greeniflcpunsei for the accused, called iSJGr.- Srnith as his  witpess, -who stated that while  . he had received various hurts  from the accused, as stated, these  had now healed, and that he had  employed the accused forf";two'  months, and'had fourid him to*be  a good workman.  i The; cburt^tbld the accused ihat  the code prescribed a penalty of  up to two years imprisonment ���  for this kind of assault, and that  a year ago accused's age group  had caused trouble in local communities, ��� young men fortifying themselves with liquor and  .I ���     ���, ,,   -. -'. 'i  Home bums  Fire completely destroyed the  home of Mrs. Eva Jeffries* Porpoise Bay at about 7 a.m. Thurs.  Nov. 9. Cause of the fire is so  far unknown.  Sechelt Fire Brigade received  the call at 6.50 a.m. and when  the firemen arrived ;on the scene  the house was totally ablaze with  . flames soaring 100 feet in the air  and beyond control.  There were six people in the  house at the time, four children  and two adults. Two other adults were - away logging at the  time. The Red Cross and local  people responded quickly with  aid for the family which is now  being cared for by Sechelt Indian Band.  $38.90 FOR UNICEF  Roberts Creek Elementary  school children collected $38.90  during Hallowe'en for the UNICEF fund which takes care of  underprivileged children in other  lands. Grades three, four and  five surprised themselves by collecting the larger sum of $26.73  of the $38.90 total.  attempting tbf gain .admission to  i social gatherings, and causing a  disturbance. On the occasion of  the trial of charges arising out  of ; one of those incidents, the  court had warried that next time  the penalty would be imprisonment, Calling into consideration  thef pleas of "counsel and, of the  complainarit, Mr. ySmith, and giving the accused fthe benefit of  youth, the courtf sentenced, him  tP two week's imprisonment.  Then followed the hearing of  a charge against David Allan  'Kinney 20* laborer, Hopkins Landing, of causing bodily harm". to  John Burritt,: 18, on the same occasion. The accused pleaded not  i ; guilty and conducted his; own de-  Yfencef ZZ.A" Ykk Y ll'ZA;  kMr. Burritt gave evidence that  he had seen a scuffle at the door  of the Legion Hall about 11:30  jjsrii;, and saw soiriebpdy on the  ground,:,and accused had :grab:  bed him by his; clothes and had  pushed him against, the wall and  and kneed him in the groin and  kicked him on the head. Witness  said he got free and telephoned  the police. Witness had not  struck the accused or said anything to cause the accused to  strike him.  A witness, Keri Peterson said  he was at the bottom of the  stairs where another skirmish  : was in progress; and saw the accused tackle Mr; Burritt by the  coat, halfway;up the' stairs, get  him against Jhe ;vfrali; and start  kneeing him; Burritt got down  below that assault, then the; ac-  Ycusied kicked hirii, then f started  to fight sPriieone else.  The court.informed.the accusf  ed he could make fa statement,  Z caty'/. eyidepci^i or giye Yevidence.  ^ofeoath:1_imse_E^/^^  ed to give: evidence on oath.  He said that there had been a  stag party, but that some of ��� the  stags had vanished. He and the  remaining stags arrived at the  Legion Hall, looking for the others, and found people gathered  at the back of the hall and people on the ground.  He didn't know that Butler  was there, and that he, the accused, had started a fight on his  own, and did not remember kneeing or kicking the witness Bur-  x'lt, but did put hirri up against  the wall. It was a coincidence  that this fight took place at the  same time  as Butler's.    >  The court fourid the accused  guilty of an unprovoked assault,  and told him that he ought to be  grateful to counsel in the Butler  "case for having asked7the court  to adjudicate on it before hearing this one. The court had a  good idea that there was a tie-up  here, to go to these parties to  disturb them, but, as the court  had been lenient with Butler, he  would give accused also the-  benefit of youth and sentence  him to 14 days imprisonment.  Nomination  day Nov. 22  Nomination,; Day for both Sechelt arid Gibsons municipal  councils for next year will be  Mon., Nov. 27. If an election is  . necessary to either council election day will fall on Thurs.,  Dec. 7.    ������ l'Z ���'���-''. :'  In Gibsons there will also be  an election for a school board  trustee; MrsY Christina Ritchey  who served two years as Gibsons  trustee has f decided not to run  again. In Sechelt Leo Johnson  has one more year to run as  school trustee.  On the municipal council in  Gibsons, Chairman A. E. Ritchey  has completed his two year term  and to continue as chairman he  must be re-elected as such. In  Sechelt, ;Mrs.; Christine. Johnston _  who-: ha_Y.beehYperenniaL-<d_airY  man since the village was organ?  ized has completed her two year,  term. She must be re-elected if/  she decides to continue.  As regards councillors, in. Gibsons Mrs. G. Corlett has completed her two year term and so  has Wesley Hodgson. In Sechelt  Bernel Gordon and William  Swain have completed their two  year-terms; f ���  Early information has it. that  all retiring officials will be running again but there could be  exceptions.  . From Irvines Landing to Port  Mellon the entries for next  week's Hobby Show are pouring  in; Response has been overwhelming and the public in general are in for a pleasant surprise when they attend this  worthwhile display of talent. You  will see everything from a portrait of Granny McEwen, to a  linen tablecloth wnich originated  hvthe Ukraine with a most fin-:  te^__t__&U^__U^^tTKere wilt be.  ceramics by the Roberts Creek  Club, a. Yo-yo quilt made of over  2000 pieces, by Arbutus Rebekah  Lodge No. 76, driftwood sculpture  tin craft, : copper tooling, foam  rubber crafty stamp collections  and   many,  many   more   items  , Nov. 23  which space w_fl Mt permit to  mention.  Students from eight years to  16 have also entered and theirs  is also a remarkable display ot  talent rangng from stamps to  feather coltertiare; not to men-,  tion woodcarving, flowercraft,  art and needlecnft. Dent miss  the big bobby show; November  23, 2#; afternoons from 2 to 5  p.m., evenings from 7 to 10 p.m.  C. A. Bedford of Gower Point  has entered his famous shell collection in. __e HoUy S-Mm^lfore  &ah 150,099 persons; paadf to see  this collection and fhe PNE management 'mete �� satisfied, they  have invited Mm fiacfc again  next year. Mr. Bedford reports  there are more-has 100,000 shells  in his collection  Second child adopted  PTA TO MEET  Gibsons Elementary PTA will  have at its meeting Mon., Nov.  20 in the Elementary school,  starting at 8 p.m., a symposium  on "An insight into Indian life."  Various people will take part in  this symposium which is intended to create a better understanding on Indian affairs in the community. ��� .   y  OAPO annual  The annual meeting of the Old  Age Pensioners organization at  which officers will be elected for  the next year will take place  Nov. 20 at 2 p.m. in Kinsmen  Hall.      , ,  ���   ������  Members . desiring to take in  the Christmas dinner put on by  the organization are requested  to make their reservations now  with Mrs. Haley at 886-2338.  An evening to be arranged by  Boy Scouts is coming up and  members should let the secretary  know if they will attend so that  transportation can be arranged  by the Scouts.  Parcels wanted  The Women's Institute thanks  all who attended the Bazaar and  helped to. make it a success, in  spite  of the inclehient  weather.  The winner of the door prize  was Mrs. Reg Adams. The grocery hampers went to Mrs. D.  Tyson, and Mrs. Dal Triggs and  the fruit cakes to Mrs. Norma  Whiteside and Miss S. O'Fee of  Kamloops.  A Anyone interested in donating  unscented soap, thread and safety pins for the Unitarian parcels  can leave them at the Institute  cottage on the second, third and  fourth Tuesdays from 2 to 4 p.m.  Bottle Drive  On Sat., Nov. 18, 1st Gibsons  Boy Scouts and Cubs will hold  a bottle drive to help finance  their  various   winter   activities.  Pop and beer bottles will be  useful and the boys will try to  cover as much of Gibsons and  area as possible. If anyone has  bottles to donate and is missed,  any member of the Group Committee will be happy to pick  them up.  Hautzig To Play on Wed., Nov. 22  Walter Hautzig, the distinguished pianist, will give a concert in Gibsons, on Wed., Nov.  22 under the auspices of Overture Concerts. The event will be  held in Elphinstone High School  auditorium.  Mry Hautzig began his piano  studies in his-native Vienna, and'  later came to the United States  to study at the Curtis Institute  of Music in Philadelphia under  Miecfcyslaw Munz. <#  After his graduation he made  his New York debut, gaining tho  Town   Hall   Endowment   Award  for the most outstanding performance of the year by an artist under 30, as well as the warm  approval of his audience and the  critics.     Y  Mr. Hautzig, who speaks three  languages, has travelled extensively, playing with leading orchestras all over .the world, and  averaging:30,000 miles a ye��r..on  hiSv;Jrjtoursi ���, Aftei/ ���'hearing ' Mr.  Haritzi^fplay, it Is^easy to realize . how such .phrases as *Mn  absolute master," "Vision and  imagination," "A Master pfan-  ist,'" and numerous others have  come to be associated with this  sensational musician.  It is also easy to agree with  some unknown prankster in Hong  Kong, who, after, a brilliant  Hau'.zig performance, substituted "Wanted" in place of "Acclaimed ori three continents" on  a  nearby poster. ���"  He. has made several recordings, and his. performance of  Schubert's "Wanderer Fantasy"  on Haydn Society records was  chosen by the New York Times  as one of the ten recommended  discs of the year.  Mrs. TY Humphries of Granthams -. Landing, has financially  "adopted" Man Kan Tam, a 9  year old Chinese boy, through  Foster Parents' Plan Inc. The  foster parents have promised to  contribute $15 a month toward  the child's support for at least  one   year.  Foster Parents' Plan, which  has    rehabilitated    more    than  PTA seeks  good speakers  The November meeting of Sechelt PTA started promptly at  8 p.m. on Thurs., Nov. 9 In spite  of inclement weather the. attendance was excellent with a good  turnout of teachers.  The president hoped that this  year the- PTA would endeavour  to put its energies toward having good, speakers for adult education and to send more members to  the  annual   convention.  School award,, a banner, for  parents attendance was won by  Grade 7B.  Mr. .J Fleming, a. teacher from  Trail Bay school and chairman  of the, recent, teachers , convention, the first held at Sechelt,  gave an informative and interesting talk dealing with the events of the convention and the  teaching machine.  An intermission with coffee,  sandwiches and doughnuts was  followed by a colored film on  the Queen's visit to Nigeria,  shown by Rev. S. Cassels who  was a missionary there for five  years.  77,000 children on a personal basis since its founding in 1937, is  now helping more than 22,000  youngsters in Greece; Italy,  France, Korea. Viet Nam, Hong  Kong, and tbe P-Dfippnes. There  are about 3,600 foster parents in  Canada.  "We are indeed grateful to  Mrs. "Humphries for giving Man  Kan this wonderful gift of hope  and beljt," declared Miss Gloria  C. Matthews, executive director  of Foster Parents* Plan. "We  shall be happy to send, full information on how to become a  foster parent to a child in Europe or in the Far East to any  individual, school or group writing to Foster Parents* Plan, P.O.  Box 65, Station B. Montreal,"  Miss Matthews added.  Three years before adopting  Man Kan Tam Mrs. Humphries  adopted a fittle Italian girl living with her parents in refugee  camp in Belgmm with whom she  was in correspondence every  month. However, in the spring  of 1961 Foster Parents decided  that in new of fhe increasing  prosperity in Belgium and West  Germany outside help was no  longer needed *  Sketch of the new concrete diversionary dam to be erected under  the Winter Works Incentive Program, 1961-62.  This dam is located on D.L. 1313 about one-half mile west of the  large Municipal Storage Dam into which it will feed a continual two-  inch flow of water for the present with a probable further three-  inch flow for the near future.  An access road about three-quarters of a mile long win have to  he, built before this project can be carried oat.  Hobby show opens  A change in federal breakwa~  ter policy would have to come  .before... Sechelt could get the  breakwater it needs, W. H.  Payne, M.P. for COast-Capilano,  informed a meeting in Sechelt  Wednesday night  of  last   week.  The meeting, called by Sechelt  Board of Trade and held in the  Elementary School activity room  heard Mr. Payne explain the  limitations of present policy  which placed Sechelt in a posi-  .tion where it could not have a  breakwater until commercial  necessity demanded it.  Mr. Payne offered solace however by saying the matter was  under consideration in Ottawa  and that a new policy might result.  In his opening remarks Mrk  Payne said he would have a  more difficult job of keeping in  touch with events if he did riot  have the assistance of boards  of trade.  1 Mr. Payne thanked Sechelt Indian band for its generous donation of land for a new hospital. He added the federal government took a keen interest in B.C.  hospitals and will fulfill its part  in aiding hospitals under its  grants. Under the Diagnostic  Services act, he said, some $21,-  000,000 had been granted to hospitals. There were those who  thought that the federal government only granted $2,000 per bed  he said. There Were other donations to be considered.  In   looking   over   the   Sechelt-  Gibsons municipal airport to. s_4  what had been accoinpUshed, he  said: he: found the runway; oyer  which   he  had   ridden  some 15  months-"ago was-a fair ery- Iron*  the same fine runway of today.  The airport committee deserved  high marks for having made airport work so easy for him. The-  brief it presented was one of the-  three best that had been put be.-.-  fore" himl  Location of the airport was vi- -  tal and the need urgent. The  work of the department of transport had been good and the cooperation generally, was great  indeed. He urged continuation of  this co-operation so the airport  can be maintained to 'serve the.  area in the years to come.  Recent marine events had resulted in formation of a Coastal  Protective service but, he pointed out, the.daily press regarded  anything of   a   constructive   na-  (Continued on Page 4)  on way  ED LOWE ELECTED  Ed Lowe of.Madeira Park Motel has been re-elected vice-  president of the resort section  . of the Auto Court and Resort association. The convention at  which he was re-elected was held  in Penticton.  The convention also passed a  resolution urging the provincial  government to complete Highway 101 from Port Mellon to  Squamish.  B of T meeting  The regadxr meeting of the  Gibsons and District Board of  Trade wDI be a c&nner meeting  at Danny's Dining Room, Mon.,  Nov. 20 at 7 pja. It is wives  night  Guest speaker will be Herbert  Bruch, H.LJ-. for Esquimau.  His topic wiH lie "More Power  to You." The pob&c is invited to  hear him at I:3�� pan.  CNIB  to objective  The Peninsula branch of the  Canadian National Institute forr  the Blind reports a gratifying response to their annual appeal foe-  funds. The chairman of the?  branch, E. N. Henniker, has received over $400 to date, most  of which is frorii the Gibsons  area.  It is expected that when alt  canvassers are heard from including the Sechelt, Wilson  Creek and Port Mellon areas the  total will approach the branch  target of $1000.  Canvassers will be active for  the rest of this month in an effort to cover all districts.  SOAMES FOINT GUESTS  Mr. and Mrs. H. Xenner were  guests for. fhe past two weeks  of Mr. Jennefs cousin, Mrs. Art  Mann of Soames Point. The  Manns also ��� enSe-famed Capt.  Austin Cravat, M.CL. who has  just. returned from a visit to  eastern Canada and Ithe United  States alter visiting bis two  daughters .in Montreal for the  past two months.  No color bar  Material for Cancer work is  badly needed and colored or  white flannelette or cotton goods  can be used. If readers have any  goods for this purpose it can be  taken to the Order of Eastern  Star Around the World Fall Bazaar in Gibsons School Hall, Sat.  Nov. 18 from 2 to 4 p.m.  The OES has been active in  Cancer work for some time and  hopes to be able to keep up its  record by supplying much-needed materials at this time. So  gather up your cottons and flannelettes and take them to the bazaar., where a large box will bo  set up at the entrance for such  parcels. :COa-f-News, Nov. 16, 1961  �� %. ���   i. y u \i *>. ��  J_tfV_ Darkest Moment  A WEBSTER CLASSIC  memory  wers  Lack of space forced this  article out of last jweek's issue. Remembrance ; Day,  however, should not end by  the clock. That is why it is  being   published   this   week.  TH�� PROD 16Y AT  A W��=EK-GNP  PARTY-  Wxt <So ast Mjetu s  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher.  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. Y  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  Breakwater policy  In. a house of commons debate last June _7, William H. Payne,  Conservative   member for Coast-Capilano,   of which; the   Sunshine  Coast is a part, had this advice for Hon. David Walker, minister off  public works:  "I can say quite frankly that I look with some alarm at the general breakdown of these (public works) items under harbors arid engineering services, and I would ask the minister to take a careful  look at this matter in future years and try to establish a balanced  program on the economic needs of various areas of Canada, making provision for the safety of the thousands of craft that are plying  the waters off our shores."  The breakdown of items he was referring to can be;summarized  as $12,446,002 for the Atlantic provinces including Newfoundland and  $2,414,502 for British Columbia and the Yukon.  While Mr. Payne did not place against these figures, total populations for the given areas, here they are: For the Atlantic provinces including Newfoundland, 1,885,000 or 10.6% of total population  and for British Columbia and the Yukon, 1,642,000 or 9% of total  population. /  ...--. .  There are times when economic need is of an importance^ great- >;  er than that of population density but if public works figures covering the last 25 years were examined it would reveal that the Atlantic provinces have always had the greater share of marine pub- ���-.  lie works spending.  When Mr., Payne speaks of regional battles in the house of commons he is on solid ground because the scales are weighted against  B.C. The Atlantic provinces can muster 33 members in the house  while B.C. and the Yukon can.only muster 22. Yet there is only a  1.6% difference in population.  Regional battles, he explained to a Sechelt Board of Trade meeting last week, involve the continuation by easterners of the maritime policy he seeks to change. However he holds out hope that the  minister of public works will bring down a change of policy when  the house meets again.  If Mr. Walker, the minister, needs any motive for making a  ��� change, Mr. Payne supplied him with one in these following remarks  during the June 17 debate in the house:  "��� "I would point out that the difficulty of proving the need for  ishelters along the long exposed coastline of Sechelt Peninsula is such  Sthat it is almost impossible to surmount.  "The historic requirements of the department are that first of  all you must show economic need. This is certainly putting the cart  before the horse. Nobody can make use of waters along that coastline unless shelter exists and it is impossible to try and establish  a statistical situation that cannot develop until the much needed  shelter is provided."  Economic need of ten years ago where coastlines are concerned,  has undergone a change. The increase in the number of pleasure  craft plying coastal waters, and there are more on the west than on  the east coast, is developing an economy which did not exist ten  years ago.  If either coastline is to be limited to economic necessity, should  the pleasure craft industry, the servicing and repair branch and ancillary industries be classified as something other than a present  day economic necessity? It keeps many people employed.  British Columbia in the years to come will have a greater, number of small craft in its coastal waters than will the waters of the  Atlantic provinces. This may not please the people of the codfish-  herring-potato economy but if governments do not watch out the situation will get beyond their control. Mr. Payne is trying to tell the  federal government something must be changed in its marine shelter policy. He is so right!  (By EDWARD J. ATLEE)  I once had a friend ��� a real  friend ��� a Scotchman whose  name was ' Colquhoun. I only  knew him as a soldier and I met  him in La Belle France. I say  La Belle France, that is, a filthy  dirty trench cut into the chalky  hillside overlooking Arras. >. He  was a big burly chap six feet in  height and about 38 to 39 years  of age. My own age at that time  was 26. I was on. gas guard one  night and i was feeling pretty  tough with a beastly fluey cold.  The rain was coming jdown like  a deluge and once iri a while  Fritz sent a present over to us  also. Our tea that evening had  been the usual, nothing very  strong or supporting and when  the sergeant placed me in position telling me to keep my nose  clean, I assure you I did not  feel very enthusiastic.  Around 1:30 a.m. I felt, more  than I saw or heard, that someone was behind me; I was ready  for anything, when I heard  my  name  uttered  in a whisper.   It  was  Colquhoun,  holding out  his  billycan and telling me to 'drink  this, warm slop.an a drap o' rum  laddie.'  I never  did  get  out' of  hirii  where   and how  he got it.  Again just before the battle of  Amiens,   I   had   an   attack   of  trench mouth. My teeth became  loose and my mouth was on fire,  the  little   I   ate   I   just   soaked,  otherwise went without. I spoke  to the Lieutenant of the platoon  about  it and he said, "Oh.,just  stay on until after thenextfpush  and then I'll see* you get^atiEefi-  tion."   Colquhoun   came   tokthe  fore again, whenever there-was  fat to be procured from the cook  he got'.-, it,   one:; day I rerriember  a double  allowance  of porridge  and so it went'on; Y     Y Yk  The day of the battle of Amiens  was a hot one, about August 8,  and when we had taken our second objective at 4:30 p.m., my  second water bottle >was only a  quarter full. I was taking a few  guarded sips when I felt a nudge  at /my elbow ��� arid a 'voice said,  "HerenYy' arerrr laddie, tek a  good swig o' this." ���-Colquhoun.  A short tiriie after this we were  plodding the. kilometers on a  ghastly moonlight night. The  Fritzies were over in their planes  and we had many a 'fallout' and  we burrowed our noses like rabbits into the tufts of grass by the  roadside. At 11:30 p.m. we were  halted by some old farm buildings and received a meal of  boiled rice and currants. Colquhoun found me out and came  and sat by my side beneath the  welcome shadows of some sparse  Lorribardy Poplars and we had a  little bit of a chat.  Now at this point I must tell  you that my eldest sister, then  a   head  schoolmistress in  England, had sent me a small book  of verse. The first page was given over to the Lord's Prayer, the  remainder of the pages contained   poems   composed   by   noted  poets. One I remember was The ,  Brook by Tennyson,  another by  Kipling   and   so   on.   Colquhoun  entertained   myself   and   others  many    times,    sometimes   deep  down in a crowded dugout,  by  reading in real Colquhoun style.  the  lovely thoughts  therein  expressed.    His    Al    performance  was the graphic reciting of Kipr  ling's The Road to Endor,  and  if you, good reader, wish in any  way to realize what this recital  sounded like, j suggest you in- ���  vite in a  neighbor with a^.good  thick Glascie accent and a little  histrionic   ability   to  recite   the  same to you.  Then again one night in a filthy and lousy dugout we had just  been informed by a quiet" and  cool sergeant-major that we were  over the top at 3:55 a.m. His  words of encouragement were, ���  "They fare putting up a good  barrage for us lads, goodnight,"  24 hospitals planned  QUOTABLE    QUOTES  Ulcers aren't caused by what you eat ������but by what's eating you  9|C Sf�� ^T*  Reckon meteorologists give feminine names to hurricanes because they're spinsters?  *        *        *  A diplomat can tell you where to go and make you look forward  to the trip.  .-'���' *   "    ���- ������.* :.'������  Sin has many tools, but a lie Is. tho handle which fits tlicn ��� a__  * :.#���������*.   ��������� -������.' -  Education mean? developing tbo mlM. not 'stuffing the memory.  ,   " ;'.    # ���' ��� .#���". "������'*��� ���'/������  When success turns your head, you're; facing the wrong cUrectlon.  /������ *     * ....'...* .���.;.. k   ,.  The happiness 6f your life depends Q?0-i the quality of your  thoughts. '...���; .        .  * *     ,!'��  To get your prospect lukewarm you have to get yourself red hot.  From Tofino oh the west coast  of Vancouver Island to Kimber-  ley near the Alberta border,  from Trail, close to the 49th parallel, to Fort NelsdriY lesskthfan  100 miles frpiri. th^Yukpnj^lbr- .  der, public-spiritedkcoriin&riraes  conscious ��� of the ; jneed^ffoj^ljfci-  creased ^and^l^p^ved|^os^^ i:  facilities/ have created a^buip-  ing program in British Gplrithbia  thought to be without precedent  on the North American continent  Initiated by community interest and encouraged by one of  the most generous scales of provincial grants in Canada, every  area of the province has actively engaged in the planning and  building of hospital facilities. I  Construction records show that  since the inception of the^ hospital insurance plan in 1949 an estimated expenditure of $58,000,-  000 has built more than 5,000  acute, chronic and'nurses' beds  in over fifty separate ceritr.esY  Of this amount, the provincial  government has paid approximately $28,000,000 toward approved construction costs.  The province's ^present formula of cost sharing, in effect since  1953, is one-half the approved  costs of both acute and chronic  hospital construction and one-  third the total costs of equipment  furnishings and building iin-  provements.  Some 24 major projects involv-  Gems of Thought  OVERCOMING   LOSS  We   glean    spiritual   harvests'  from  our   own  material   losses.  ���Mary Baker Eddy  Little minds are tamed arid  subdued by misfortune, but great  minds rise above it. ��� Washington'Irving.  Difficulties are the things that  show what men are. ��� Eplctetus  The longer we dwell on our  misfortunes the greater is their  power to harm us.���- Voltaire.  Wise men ne'er sit and wail  their loss but cheerily seek how  to redress them. ��� Shakespeare.  Some troubles, like a protested note of a solvent debtor, bear  interest. ���  Honore   de Balzac.  ing construction costs estimated  to exceed $26,000,000 are now! in  various stages of blue-printing  on draughting-boards throughout  the province.  During 1960 new hospitals were  opened at Kitimat, Prince George  YKimberley,    Golden   and   Burns.  iXakfekand an, unfinished project  of 17; beds was completed at Ab-  ; botsford, bringing a total of 418  beds into use at a cost of over  $7,000,000.  A NEW WHEAT  A new variety of hard winter wheat baa been developed  by research, workers, Hem.  Alv:n ___mHjtoo, agriculturo  minister,, a siiouhc&s. Licensed  under the name Winalta, the  new variety will toe grown primarily in southern Alberta arid  southwestern Sai__atchewaiL!;,_n  milling and baking quality the  new wheat .approach��- that of  tho better hard ��� red spring:  types. It is suscept-blo to rust  ���and bur.L '.������������  LAND   ACT  NOTICE  OF INTENTION  TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate at the  south end of Anvil Island in  ���Howe Sound.  Take notice that Daybreak  Point Bible Camp Society, of  Vancouver, occupation Camp  Owners iritends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing ait a post planted at a point on high water  mark of Ramilles Channel, due  south, of the south east corner  of Parcel B of Lot 845, Group  1, N.W.D., reference plan 2132,  thence 45 degrees W. 250 feet;  thence 45 degrees E. 100, feet;  thence 45 degrees E. 90 feet  more or less to high .water  mark of said Ramilles Chari-  aieil; thence north easterly and  northwesterly along said high  water mark to the point of  coriimencement and containing  0.6'acres, more or less, for the  purpose of a site, for: a wharf.  G. R. BELL  Dated November 6, 1961. -  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY   TO PURCHASE   LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on the  Westerly shore of Thornborough  Channel fronting Lots 1 to 8.  and the North Half of Lot 9, of  Lot 1482, Group 1, New Westminster District, Plan 4522.  TAKE NOTICE that Evans  Coleman and Evans Ltd. of Vancouver-, B.C., occupation Building Suppliers, intends to apply  for permission to purchase the  following described lands:���  ���.  Commencing at a post planted  at the most Southeasterly corrier  of the North Half of Lot 9. District Lot 1482. Thence Northwardly and following the original line of Mean High Water ?as.  shown on Plan 4522. 1852 feet;  thence v Eastwardly 100 feet to  ..the" ;pfesent *UneVdf ��� Mean High  water; thence -Southwrirdly arid  fallowing ,the sinudusltics of ex-  .isuW lirn ��f F^,'fl'ph,Wf'1,r  toother South Boundary of Lot  538V Goi 1, N.W.D.; thence  Westwardly: 50 feet/ to the point  oik commencement; ;and contain-  inrr- 8,6 acres, more or less., ,,  The purpose for. which the lam!  is. required to' for irista-Untto^i  and 'Improvements of equipment  for gravel ��� removal.  -/:���;.'.::*7.; EVANS:'COT.v^XVf /VND  ,-,, -x-'X- 'EVANS LTD.  and a number of us responded  "Goodnight, sergeant - major."  Then a dead silence prevailed  over that horrible hole. Presently I heard my friend lying to my  right stirring, gettings up on his  knees and holding��my sister's  poetry book in his burly hands  he said this: "Lads ap' will ye  no' like me t' read .t' you the  Lorrrd's Prayerrr?"-and I was  astounded at the voices of ac-  quiescense So kneeling there on  his groundsheet and his kilts for  a mattress, an' a wee bittie o'  candle a' gutterin' doon, ,we  heard -in ."a -deep yet resonant  voice ��� "Our Father which, art  in Heaven,' Hallowed be Thy  name." I have never forgotten  it and I never shall.  Then again he had often told  me how in a little village school;'  "yerra nearr f Glascie," how  he had read in his geography  book, about the beauty of the  Upper Thames valley in Berkshire, England. He was never  tired of my describing my birthplace ��� upstairs in a school  house, and the lovely beauty of  ten to twelve miles around. As  we ate our frugal midnight meal  he said this, "Ari' I'm no forgetting y'r invitation to Bisham  Abbey, laddie," and I clapped  him on the shoulder and said,  "No, neither am I."  When we heard the order to  fall in, he,said "Well, cheerio,"  and I replied "Yes, and cheerio  to you," and we shook hands.  That was the first tiriie we had  ever shaken hands, and it was  our last. I never saw him again.  And that was "my friend Colquhoun."  LAKD   ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In the Land Recording District of Vancouver and situate  ,  atv tGarden   Bay,  in - the   Pro-  '. vihee 'of" ,Brfttish ^ Columbia.  Take notice that Garden Bay-  Hotel Ltd.,  Garden Bay, B.C.,  '- occupation Hotel, intends to ap-  -ply for .a lease of the following  ", described lands:���'- -  1 300 ft.' due west and 65 ft.  due north of the south-east  corner of Block 15," of District  Lot 1397, Group 1, New Westminster Land District..  Commencing at a post planted 350 ft-southerly at 140 degrees, 100 ft. west; .thence  northerly to high water mark;  thence to a post on the beach;  and containing approximately  one (1) acre,, more ~or less, for  the purpose" of wharfage' as the  case may-;be.;'���  Dated October 27th, 1961'.  ALBERT MARTIN  The Corporation jof the Village of Sechelt  NOTICE OF ELECTION  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of th& Village  Municipality of Sechelt, that I require the presence of the  said electors at the Municipal Hall, Sechelt, oh Monday  the 27th day of November 1961, at the hour of ten o'clock  in the forenoon, for the purpose of electing pe'rsons to represent them as "f '  and  CHAIRMAN for a two year term  TWO COMMISSIONERS for a two year term  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shaill be nominated in wiliting by two duly qualified electors? of the municipality. The nomination - paper  shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice and noon of the day of~ncm^  nation. . The nomination-paper may be in. the form pre:  scribed in; the "Municipal Act" and shall state the name, .  residence, arid occupation of the person nominated in such  a manner as tof su-flicientlly identify such candidate.  The' nomination-papier shall be subscribed to by  the candidate: .'s k  In the event of  a   poll being necessary,; such. pb& will be"  opened at the Canadian Legion Hail, Sechejit, on the 27th  da,y( of December 1961, between the houns of 8:00 a.m. and  8:00 p.m. of which every person is hereby required to take-  notice and govern himself accordingly,  Given under my hand, at Sechelt, B.C., this 10th day of  November 1961. .Y   f   :  E. T. RAYNER, Returning Officerk  (Corporation of  Village? Municipality of GJbsors Landing  NOTICE OF ELECTION  ���������'������   (Sec. 55. Municipal Act)  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the Eleotors of the  Municipality of Gibsons Landing that I require the presence of the said Electors at the Municipal Hall on Monday,  the twenty-seventh day of November, 1961, at the hour of  Ten o'clock in the focenpon, for the purpose of electing  persons to represent them as:  CHAIRMAN   (on?)   for   a   two-year   term   expiring  December 31, 1963.  COUNCILLORS (two) for a two-year term expiring  December 31, 1963.  SCHOOL TRUSTEE (one for a iwo-<year term *xpir-  ing December 31,  1963  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing, in the form prescribed by Elections procedure Bytaw, Bylaw No. 131, Exhibit 'A,' by two qualified electors of the Municipality; such  nomination paper shall be signed by the. electors making  the nomination.  .The nomination paper shall contain the written consent of  the prospective candidate. ...     Y  The nomination paper shall be delivered to the Returning  Officer at the, Municipal Hall at any time between the date  of this noffice'and." Twelve o'clock noon on the tweraty-  seventh day of November 1961. f  Before any candidate shall be capaible of being newninated  or. elected: he shall lodge with the Returning Officer, a declaration made ami sutocrftbed to by him in the form pre5  scribed by Sec. 9, Municipal Act.  Ia'^l^jvwi^t^tc-! a poU fcainfg' :riecet5sary such poll will bi_l  openedfoii^iius seventh day of December-1961, .at the Muni-  cipat __^,kiro6n kEiight o'clock in the forenoon to Bight  tfclock;'��a;ther!ifteiib^ ,:rU'. '!'���  '"-.-'  :���: (..  ���:>. ������"-.x.-Jir.,    VT   i,-   ������.-���.   .;.���'."   ���'        ���:������������ ... ������  ��� ��� ���        -  Given under my hand.at Gibsons, B.C. this Cth day of No-  vcmber, 196L:;  *   ': : j   v '���:   JULISA. MAINIL, Returning OfiJlcer.  BFo-O: Nomination papers, and declaration by candidate, in  ���   tho form prescribed, may- be obtained from the Munl-  :' cipal' dlerk. at the Munibipal Hallt' COURTESY IS CATCHING  If you ���: ;are. worried about  your Child's manners, f remem-  ���foer that he .copies the manners,  whether they be good or. bad,  of those: around him. Courtesy,  tfiifcef measliest ?iisf "catching/'  Formal teaching- of rules is  never a substitute for observation and experience in. living,  iihis does not mean that fa  child .of cburteous parents mayi  net sometimes act." in a rude  tfashio'n.. A child whof.is ill or  frighitenedY or ;. exhausted '���/may  toe disebctrteousf and uncooperative. John Brichan relates "in  his   autobiography,. -"Mempryi-  ; Hold the Door," that'he once  asked a superior  officer why;  Yfirom a youth he had helped.  The    older    man,  explained,  Y"M_sery knows ho mariners."  Help your child tofsee that  kindness and, consideration are  the foundation of courtesy,  along with sincerity and fairness. Self-control and respect  lor other people arid their, belongings are two mature, but  important attitudes which need  contihual cultivation.k  ''Good manners" has a rather  vague, impersonal  sound to  a  ; flittle youngster, but "being  friendly" has a very definite  (meaning.   A    sihallk child   is  "often naturally shy in the presence of strangers and may feel  no necesll-ity for . showing  -friendliness. The attitude of  (friendliness    to   others is one  /Which is gradually learned.  Mothers can encourage a son  or daughter to be friendly and  Isuggest definite ways, to show  friendliness. Sometimes it is a  good,   plan    to make a little  - igame of "using courteous  phrases such as "please" f and  "thank you." f   Y -Y  #   *'. * ._;..-���  Occasionally a child acts in a  boorish fashion in imitation of'  the  actions of  a chum; Once  in a while a child-may.'. dp an.  unexpectedly rude thing  as; a  bid far attention.     /.  The best way to deal with  rudenessYjg sometimes to iso-  _ate the child. At other times  . Qt is wise to ignore some small  discourtesy! in front of a visitor,  but discuss the child's be-  \ havior later with him.  As boys and girls enter ador  lescence thiey usually become  more conscious of their own  need for knowledge and practice in the correct way to behave in different situations.  The lonely, anti-social teenager  is often acutely aware of lack  tin training in social amenities.  A boy or gird hates to make  a social blunder in the presence of. the opposite sex.'-k  It is-useful to have reliable  books on etiquette such as Kate  Aiiitkens "Canadian Etiquette  for Party Living" or Claire  Wallace's "Mind Your Manners" fwliich are published in  pocket book editions-Emily  he put up with, such rudeness,  Wilson Greek  BY MRS. D. ERICKSON  Mr. and Mrs. Hal Roberts  have left for an extended visit'  to Desert Springs, Cal. Mr. and  Mrs. J. Sinclair are occupying  ;��� the Roberts home during their  absence.  After coming here some five  ; years ago from Dawson Creek,  Don Motzer and family have  moved to Trail. Mrs. Motzer was  born there and will be going back  to many   relatives  and friends.  Gus and Elinor Crucil and family are adjusting to their new  home in California. Their new  address is 9635 Mandate, Bell-  flower, California, 30 miles from  Hollywood.  The Ron Whittakers are closing their motel at Shuswap Lake  near Sorrento for the winter. Recent visitors from this area were  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sawyer of  West Sechelt.  Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dutz, former residents here, and Donna  and Douglas carne from Quesnel  to attend the Dillabough-Stroj  shein wedding. They met many  ; of their friends of the area during their stay.  Arcliie Cawley, an .old-tinier,  has left St. Mary's Hospital and  is staying with Mr. and Mrs.  Brown of Madeira Park.  LUMBERING  STORY  The story of lumbering in Canada has been one of steady westward progression. First Gentral  Quebec and the Maritime Provinces were the chief kimber-  producing areas. Later the pine  forest of western Quebec and On-  . tario succeeded the eastern regions and, finally, British Columbia claimed first place in lumber production, a position it  holds today.  By   Nancy  Cleaves  .    Copyrighted X/X  Post's'book on Etiquette' can  be found iri' iany public library'  and is: in a" class of its own.  "This Way Please" by Eleanor Z  Boykin is an excellent book on  correct proepdure for teenagers. , ���.;       .;.Yy-- ' kkk ��� ��� Y y  .-���'���' ..... sfc-i *.;���>���;*~4.::4-  :-:���'���  ���";/ Our   word ��� ^Etiquette,'    or '  rules  of polite society, corned"  from the French word 'meaning ;  a card  or ticket. On -<it  were  printed the regulations for be-  ���hayior, at court- arid this card -  was delijyered' toZ those f invited  to this v centre, of. cultural and-  political .life.y Breseritations at  court have gone 'out of ...date ,  tout 'the 'rules of 'mahneirfy con-  ^duct, v in y.^^ ordinal s^Wiety: paii^  pe mastered by anyone eager  to learn.- PA Y f Y .  :��� Why not , have a discussion',  on good mariners among the  members of your family? Try  to discover the, practices which  make them ��� happiest and the  littlle thttngs which are' most  annoying. You, may discover  yoii do some things which embarrass kyour children when  they bring _ a friend into your  homef In a horixe where each  member pf a family has a turn  ���in inviting a guest for a meal  this can;be a learning situation in courtesy for all the  ifamiJy.  (By Madge Newman)  kMr.. arid Mrs. Robert Allerton  with   Debbie   arid   Vonnie    arid  their nieces, Teresa. and Vonnie  f Bentley,  from Springfield;  Ohio,  "have been guests of the Crocker  ���fp:^.iily for. a week before returning to their hbnies by: the southern route. They have toured the  interior  of  B.C.   on  their   long  'trip.-.,'. ���:'/'���' Z'::zll'"z  'Mrs. B.: McCue arid two little  sbns of Williams Lake' have' spent  the last week with her parents,  Mr., and Mrs. M. W. MacKenzie.  The OES tea arid bazaar scheduled for Nov. 18 at the school  hall at Gibsons will- transport its-  patrons to all parts of the world  between the hours of 2 to 4, which  'is'1 better :.than Jules "Verne by  some 1,918 hours. There will be  lots   of   surprises   in   store   for  friends of OES this year, free  recipes and such. Mrs. C. Win-  grave  is  the   general convenor.  Mrs. Ruth Mitchell has returned from a months travel through  interior B.C. and thence' to Berkeley, Cal., visiting in Boise Idaho, Caldwell arid other interesting points.  Mr. and Mrs: Dor ?'.��� Davis  and daughters, Dorcua, Lynda  arid Melanie, of Halve^ey, Mont.  have returned home & *-*r soend-  ing a week with the lan Davis  family.  Mrs. Helen Galliford spent the  weekend with Miss Helen Shea  in Bellingham where they were  guests of the W. Boyte family.  KUi-'GATE.��� KLUSENDORF  Marriage yowZ; rere exchanged between Els:? A. Klusendorf  and Herbert R. < t Plgate ; on the  afternoon of Nov 4 at: the home  ot Bishop B. Dawe at 1594  Appin Road, North Vancouver.  A   lovely   wedding, dinner   was  Coast  News,  Nov. 16, 1961.       3  served afterwards at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woodman, 960 Canyon Blvd, North  Vancouver.  The happy couple' will leave  shortly on an extended trip to  southern U.S. and Mexico in their  beautiful travel trailer. They  hope to eventually return to" Welcome Beach, Halfmoon Bay.  A four leaf clover is considered lucky because its four  leaves form ��� a cross.  SECHELT THEATRE  SHOWS START AT 8 p.m.  NOVEMBER  Fri, 17 ��� Sat., 18 ��� Mon. 20  James Stewart,  Richard Widmark  TWO RODE TOGETHER  Christmas Cards!  we have  th  em  All sizes and prices  Personal or Business  Coast News  Ph. 886-2622  Gibsons  fc  General Motors  to Present-  Here is a car excitingly new am -efreshingty  different, created by General Motors to  satisfy, and satisfy completely, those Canadians who want moderate yet family-sized  dimensions���ample room for six adults, with,  plenty of legroom, headroom, hiproom and  doors that let you in and out with ease.  Acadian has been precision-engineered,  quality-built and exhaustively tested to meet  the highest standards of excellence. Its low  price and economy of operation make it  thrifty to own. Its spirited performance gives  you quick response in traffic and effortless  cruising on the highway.  Prat and practical*in design, tasteful io  appointments, refined in every detail, Acadian  has a versatility that sets it apart.  Proudly, then, we pjresent this totally new  car���Canadian in name, Canadian in style,  Canadian in craftsmanship���the Acadian  from General Motors.  WITH ALLTHE THINGS YOU WANT IN A  FAMIIYSIZED CAR!  economical INVADER series c  elegant BEAUMONT series  A WIDE CHOICE OF MODELS  INCLUDING 4-DOOR SEDANS,  2-DOOR SEDANS, A 2-DOOR  HARDTOP, STATION WAGONS  AND THE SNAPPIEST OF  CONVERTIBLES!  CHOOSE THE POWER THAT  SUITS TOO IEST! Frugal 4 or  thrifty 6-taffiinIer! Both are great  performers���and both of them  thrive o�� regular gas 8  STANDARD EQUIPMENT?  Acadiart-asSaB���and then some.!  far * fern (mates more, enjoy  fancies like Power Steering,  Power Brakes. Protraction per-  f<__an_e axSe, Radio!  FEATHERUGHT NEW STEER-  INS SYSTEM! 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Find out about Acadian.,.  smooth ride, sleek looks, sensible economy���  FAMILY TRANSPORTATION AT<ITS BEST.,  at your local Acadian dealer's!  A GBNERAL MOTORS VALUE     a-I620  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD  WILSON CREEK  Phone 886-2111 yourhealth'  Chiropractic is a scientific system of treatment based on the  fact that the nervous system controls all other, systems of the  body and their normal processes:  and functions.  By adjustment, the doctor of  chiropractic removes interference with the nervous system  along the main pathway at the  spinal column, and at other struc  tures. of the body. The close relationship of the spinal column  to health has been recognized  through the ages.  Manipulative spinal therapy in  rudimentary forms was employ-  GIRSONS  CHIROPRACTIC  CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  10 to 12 a.m. ��� 2 to 6 p.m.  CLOSED WEDNESDAY  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  Phone 886-9843  ed by the ancient Egyptians,  Polynesians, .and the Greeks of  Hippocrates' time; but this significant knowledge was all but  lost in the passing of the centuries.   ���.  The year 1895 marked a new  era.in the healing arts through,  the discoveries of Dr. D. D. Palmer; who laid the foundation for  the: modern science named Chir-  bpt&ctic (Kl-roPrak-tic), from  the Greek cheiro ��� "hand" and  praktikos ��� "done" ... chiropractic meaning "done by hand."  Removal of nerve interference  caused by spinal displacements,  postural distortions and other defects is the specialty of the chiropractor for which he is soe-  cially trained.  The importance of establishing spinal normality in order to  bring about proper nerve expression with resultant good  body function is recognized as a  reasonable procedure for the acquisition and maintenance of  good health. .   -.,  FIRES  IN HOMES  Fires in Canadian homes,  farms, commercial establishments  and industry cost the lives of  nearly 600 people a year, according to the All Canada Insurance  Federation.  i��c��>  4       Coast News, Nov.  16, 1961.  Don't   say   Bread,   say   "McGAVIN'S'  ���      ��� ....... ��� .  '���W^i'S&VJ&l  Local Sales Rep.  Norman  Stewart  Ph. 886-9515  R.R.1,  Gibsons  -  ;  O.A.P.O.  Annual Meeting  Kinsman Hall r Nov, 20  2 p.m.  ���s  Election of Officers  Please.attejid and make yotir own choice in this  matter. As a member of OAPO, this is  your  responsibility;.    , . ...  ....; k.   _....  ���;Anglican :  ;;;.;'..  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  7:45 a.m., Holy Communion  11:15. a.m., ;Matins    ..>   :  ..'������. 11:15 a.m.i Sunday; School  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11.00'a-m. Sunday School  3:6c1 rj6'.m.r :Evensbn���� 5  St. Hilda's, Sechelt   -  7:30 p.m.. Evensong -  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  ...  UNITED      .   I  Gibsons ..  11:00 a.m., Divine Service  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  Roberts Creek, 2 p_~_k  Wilson Creek        -  11 a.m. Sunday School  3:30 p.m., Divine Service  COMMUNITY  CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church Service, 9:15-a.m.  1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays of  f        each month o.  Anglican Service, 7:30 p.m.  1st Sunday of each month  Anglican   Communion  9:30   a.m.  3rd Sunday of each month  .,': ST. VINCENT'S   '  Holy Family, Sechelt,  9:00'a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary  Gibsons, 10:30 a.m.   Y  CHRISTIAN     SCIENTISTS  Church Service?  and   Sunday   School Y .  each Sunday at 11 a.nuv*  Roberts   Creek  United  Church  TV   series,   How   Christian   Science Heals,  KVOS,  Channel 12,  9:15  a.m. ;:  Nov.  19:   Salvation   in ;the.~20th  Century a  BETHEL BAPTIST?  Sechelt  10 a.m. Sunday School  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayerc  ���.-.-:.���" Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School   '���.,  7:30 p.m., United Church: ������".      ��� . ���   ��� ��� i  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL   t;  11:00 a.m. Devotio*al ���'  10 a.m., Sunday  Schooll-  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Tues.,  7:30, Bible  Study;  Fri., 7:30 p.m.,  Young  People  Sat., 7:30, Prayer   ���  mm,   ��'��� ���-! .i.���1��� ���  ��������� i.i       i .1^    f_   ' ��� ���  Glad Tidings ^Tabernacle  9:45 a.tn.,  Sunday. School  11 a.m.  Morning Worship  3 p:m. Bible Forum '���"'/'  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service  Wednesday,Y7'.'-p.m.",  Bible Class  Friday, 7:30 p.m. Rally},)  Sat., 7 p.m., Young Men's Action  Club     /yy     ' :"^-: ":'.'  England was the first country to issue postage stamps.'-  BUILDING?  REMODELLING?  Rockqas  INSTALL   YOUR  PROPANE GAS  FURNACE  NOW  We Specialize  in PROPANE  Furnace  Installations  UNITS TO FIT  EVERY HOWE  DEALERS WANTED  TUPPERWARE  <'.;  (Plastic Kitchenware)  for Gibsons, Sechelt and.  Pender Harbour areas  Ap_^.^:_-.-k;:^'-:���:��^Ti-  Mrs. Barbara,Kaatz j;  2452 Maryhill Road,  Port COquitlam, B.C.���-  Ph.  kullect   WHitehall  2-7544  GIBSONS  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOI?S  DUROID ROOFS    .:  Reroofing & Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES    :  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656    -f  y   (Continued from: Page ijr  ���:Y.   y.:Zyyy  .���-.-���������'���X~04'i  ture   as   not   beingf-'--h:eVr_wo_i;hy,  f. so hef'foutlined .AyhatT^'lrad  been  done' about  this  protective   ser-  vice.        ;.;; ,. . ���..-     ;..,,;, .....      .///..  Authorities 'were being established with equipment for, a wireless system. There would have to  "be a collective administration to  control the system. Stations  would be established at Gibsons,  Nanaimo, Vancouver and White  Rock. There are at present five  crash craft; available and it is  expected there will be more stations and crash craft.  This program is not perfect,  he explained. It was a nucleus  for a proper service and now that  it was established it can progress  as time goes on. The craft now  in use at Gibsons is manned by  the RCMP, he, added.  Turning to the highway from  Squamish to Port Mellon he assured his; listeners hewas 100  percent in favor of it as he had  suffered from ferry deficiencies.  He argued it should be a part of  the Trans-Canada system with  federal participation in its construction. There would be no extension to the Trans-Canada program until present commitments =.  are completed which should, take  until-next fall. .YY.    Yf   'AtA,  The highway from Lions Gate  Bridge to Horseshoe Bay is a  part of Trans-Canada Highway  and if there is to be an extension it must tie in with the Horseshoe Bay end. He advised the  boards of trade not to soften on  the'issue. Keep iip pressure on  the provincial government if the  road is a necessity. He would  also help out by doing his part,  too, he said.  Sechelt's request for a breakwater, he said, had, left him dis- ���  ijiayed and disapp_ointed.f.Ndr-.  main Watson of Sechelt Boayd of  Trade breakwater committee had  done a lot of work on the" brief,  and the brief from Sechelt did .  one thing, he said. It served a  very great purpose in showing  that the pattern of policy must  be changed. ;  At this point he referred to a  letter to Mr. Watson from Hon.  David J. Walker, minister of public works which read as follows:  "Dear Mr. Watson: I wish to  refer to my letter of June 20,  1961. The cost of a breakwater  to provide a boat harbor at Se-  > chelt would be very high indeed.  We have reviewed the arguments in favor of the proposal  on its commercial basis but unfortunately, it would appear that  they would not warrant an expenditure   of   the   size  required.  "However,    Mr.    William    H.  Payne,   M.P.,   has   made- very  strong representations to the department to the effect that the  development Of a boat harbor, at  Sechelt should be considered as.  a  safety  measure/in  order  to  provide protection tor the numerous  pleasure boats which operate in the. area. This; however,  involves  a  policy matter which  will have to be reviewed at some  length.  "Consequently,  it is  the   department's intention to leave the  proposal for Sechelt in abeyance  for  the  present.  It  will be  reviewed again in  the  future,   in  the light of any policy decision ���:���_  which may be taken."  The letter was signed by Hon.  David   J.  Walker.  Under present policy, he explained, it is necessary that there  be , a commercial and economic  necessity for a breakwater and  in the case of Sechelt it would  not be there until the breakwater  is built. What is necessary now  is a change of government policy, -v      ���.." -,-. ���  IMPERIAL FAU FURNACE  Dukes & Bradshaw  1473 Pen_b_rton Ave., N. Van, Ph, YU 8-3443. YU 5-2341  C & S Sales & Service  Sechelt/Phone 885-9711  Gibsons Hardware  Gibsons, Phone 888-_442  Authorized ROCKGAS PROPANE Installers  Something New  Has Been Added  ���v  GIFTS OF DISTINCTION  Genuine Hand-Gut Crystal       >_���:*'  from {^ec_io*lovak_a  EnglishBone China  Glassware from Germany  WINDOW GLASS INSTAJJt-ED j-.M3KRORS  Phone 88S-0837: *+ Res. 888-9871  .  "��� -  '"������      .'.'������   ���.���&>: ;:".��iY.   . Y-..:..   . ���     ������. "..   ���  GIBSONS  Regional battles occurred within  a fpoUtical Ifpr^anization,   he  saidif aindj the;* (5ea_tern. seaboard"  fears any ^chang^ 'in policy >vhich  would   .include   Anything , other-  than f, coinm'erciai- requirements:  Their chief fear 'concerns possP  ble f taxation^ 'ftoweVer, he  said,  in ,view::',oF,;tfi_iiPa_ific Coast;'.'^it-7  uatipn a new pQlicy  concerni)tig:  protection ff6r;' iharine craft will  have to be designed. Talks have  been going' on ��� and they will be  continued when the house of commons sits again, k  Sechelt was a case which pinpoints what is needed as regards'  a breakwater policy. A big operation like that of Sechelt which  w o u 1 d cost a considerable  amount is not too easy to sell in  Ottawa but, he added, "we are  making headway and I think I  am going to get there."  When    question    time    arose,  Magistrate Johnston said he  (thought Minister^ off Ru b 1 i c  -���Works Hon. David Walker had  failed in his .dutyjpw^ngrjto pres-  -- ent .policy._- The ..magistrate said  ' het did not want .to^see^lr'. Payne  ."- lose i tout  in f hisXflghti" a  Replyirig; Mr.^ P^neksaid  he  V.7cpl^^;fhifft'kgb;:; alb%g>""i^f^ blame  \'^eirig" placed|fbh the^jn^iister. He  '^ai^jthe minister' h^skplans for  kbringing forward "a." new-" policy.  yy. Another - question; concerned the  problem   of-.-dockage  fees.   Mr.  Payne, believing^- criticism   was  based on'daily :newspaper stories said the information published had gone far afield. "The sit-  . uation was riot yet clear, and a  conference on  this subject was  planned  when  the  house meets  "again. ',,,,, ���:'.'���,���; .'���',    .���'.'."'���> ".:.  Mr. Payne was introduced by  /Magistrate Johnston and thanked by Don McNab.  FREIGHT & PASSENGER TAXI SERVICE  Cessna   170   8t  Cessna  180 f  The first and largest permanently ^abli^hed ppmmerci.vl  ��� .,'';''���������'! . seaplanebase in Sechelt  GAS  & OIL FOR AVIATION 8, MARINE  Phone 885-9500 ��� residence 885-2143  WE'RE ON OUR WAY!  SECHELT AIR SERVICES  LTD.  Porpoise Bay, Sechelt, B.C.   ...;  SEPTIC TANK SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck now Operating  TANKS BUILT OR  REPAIRED  DRAINAGE FIELDS INSTALLED  ���k. z ���'.    '.'.��z-Z':':'".-- "."���-z-^  Gibsons Plum  Ph. 888-2460 for information  Taller OfShea  Roberts Creek  DANtE  ...       '.'.������ ��� ��� \  Saturday, November 18  Adults $1.25   ���   Students with cards $1  /tenjwnq yw, with.  KEN'S FOODLAND  PHONE   886-2563  Campbells Tomato Soup    Libby's Tomato; Juice 48 oz. ..  Sun Rype Apple Juice 48 oz. ..  ft:. BLUE  LABEL  Stuffed Pork Butts  Beef Stew gradeA  TRAY PACK  Boiling fowl  GRADE  A  TV DINNEJCS, SwansMes _______  . V, ,, TUU__EY ���- CHICKEK  s fcfr 890  -3for$1  ...Sforjl,  59c lb.  50c lb.  39c lb.  ' *������      ^   Y"     ' ��� " *  each  ����������������������*���**������_��������  Royal City C_*e_*_- Gorni 15 pz. _�� �� *o_- 290  Lumberjack Syrup, 32 oz*::-_-_-----���---- 290  '"';-     *   4\ <\Z~:ZXX.'':X ���:��� '��� ���'������... ���'���       ������������:"��� :    ". ���"������  '''-.' ' '���'' '��� .���;?:  Presto Logo ^ c&rtcinotlO .^^^i.^gQ^  ^�������������� ������������������ tvt ********** **,'***,***** *'"**  Cello Spinach  ����������������#��������������������������������*������*���*���������������������  ��� �����<�������� t-_4_������4*^��<��H ���#**��#�����  �������*�����*������*������*�����������  IQf e*ch  -OPEN' FRI��AY*JJiGHTS TILL- 0 p;m.  ' ��� ZxWr*&tji^^ Over $5. ���. -k  j/ Z ??^y ^e;Merchants Treasure Hunt �����  '���PHWITII L'Goa-t- News, Nov. 16, 1961.       5  -Doming events (   -  Nov. .l-v Rummage''Sale, Selma  ParfcCbmmunity Hall,~Sat., 10:'30  : ���a.m.j, ^Coffee served^ T;  Nov.   20,, 8  p.m.,   Gibsons   Elementary School PTA meeting.  It's coming again, Dec. 1.  ���\     BINGO ��� BINGO ��� BINGO  Nice prizes and Jackpot  Every Monday at 8 p.m. in the  Gibsons Legion Hall.  DEATH NOTICE  COOKE ��� Passed away Nov. 11  1961, Marie Anne Cooke aged 69  years, of Mill Road, Porpoise  Bay. Survived by her loving husband Doc, 1 son Terfehce, West  f Varicdiiver,   3   grandchildren,   1  brother and 3 sisters in Manitoba ���  -l Requiem" Mass Sat., Nov. 18, 9  .'��� a.m. fromVth'e Holy Family Roman Catholic Church,. Sechelt,  B.C. Rev; EatherfD. O' Grady of -  ; ficiating. Internment Seaview Ce-  "��� metery. Harvey Funeral Home  r directors. Y' k ���.  IN MEMORIAM  REAL ESTATE  Cleared view lot, all services,  with  gopd 2  story   garage  and  workshop(   $2,650.  Kay   MacKenzie,   eves.   886-2180,  &JONE 886-2191 ;f  Cosy furnished home on view  lot in   Gibsons.  Part   basement  and workshop. $7,500.  Archie Mainwaring eves. 886-9887  PHONE 886-2191  5 acres on North Road, corner,  for   $1,995.  PHONE 886-2191  Overf2; acres, partly cleared,  near beach, ��2,750, terms.  PHONE 886-2191 ,  ,. Several rentals available  R.  F. Kennett��� Notary Public  ,   PHONE 886-2191 ...  ��A Sign of Service?  H.  B.    GORDON  &   KENNETT  ;':' ':fLIMITED-kkfY  REAL ESTATE  & INSURANCE  Gibsons -���.       -k"'������������'������ ������!������. yy   Sechelt :  MISC. FOR SALE (Continued)  CROWHURST ��� In loving mem-  Yory of George Crowhurst.  My lips can not speak how I  Y. miss you,  My .heart  can not tell what to  k say. '������ v '���''���  God only knows how I miss you  In  our  home that is   lonesome  today  His wife and family.  FRERE ��� Passed away Nov. 17  1960, Dudley Alexander George  Frere, of Sechelt, B.C. "Ever in  my thoughts." Loving wife Edna.  HELP WANTED  WANTED  IMMEDIATELY  for well established Fuller Bfusn  business, neat, courteous man  with small car.; For interview  contact J. Rathbone, Ph. YUkon  8-9424.  $1,500 DQ\VN  . NEW 1 bedi-pom- cottage viiear  Gibsons;. Large LR.Ypem&rbke  bath, carport. Range included in  F.P,  $5,900.;    k  ROBERTS CREEK  f:F:P;\.$8,509'"  NEW  2  br. home  with  large  LR.   and; kitchen;   utility room;  fully insulated;  on bus' line.  $7,500 F.P.  GIBSONS VILLAGE, 2 br.  home with view. Lot 65 x 120.  Down payment only $2000.  GEORGIA VIEW  RIGHT IN GJBSOWs:we have,  lots unsurpassed for view, in B.C.  reasonably   priced   from   $1,500.  Massey Harris &i0%W��ZO2 tractor, 32 horse,Y^6MWide metal  lug wheels, belt power take off,  y Continental motbrYMrs.. R. H.  Brooks Jr.,  Halfmoon Bay,  Ph.  .,]8S5t9665. ZAxA-lX      ':yA  Bedf ^hesterfield and chair; TAf  console; portable5 ;radi6^' sewing  machine; vaccum cleaner; radio  lamp; carpet, 12'10" x 9'5", and  sundry articles. Mrs; Cole, Seaview Road. Phone 886-9807.        .  Collier's .Encyclopedia in good  condition, reasonable. Phone Sechelt 885-4452. . .7  1 pair heavy duty chain link  gates to fill 18 foot opening. As  new, $50. Phone 886-9560.  Goodyear new all -weather tir&  and spare wheel, .6.50x16, $15.  .22 high power Savage rifle, $25.  Phone 886-2115.  Agents,for Riverside Iron Works  Ltd. See us for your made to  measure fire screens and acoes-  . sories, stair rails etc. John Wood,  Hardware, Gibsons. Phr 886-2331.  ROGERS PLUMBING SUPPLIES  Gibsons, B.C.   .     Phone 886-2092  Wholesale  and   Retail       ;  1 Kemac Oil Range     f   Yv  $95  1  Kresky   Automatic  oil  furnace   .  ;1   automatic oil furnace  withjfan  Don't 'think   about it,-get   here  quick!   Terms  to suit. :v���������  ;JL RockGas   heater with  '���'.'������    controls ,k ;.$28-  ' machine $29.50 ,:  I used   Rheem  Rockgas  range,*/  white enamel, like hew, used  a  few  months $95  '3 other space heaters $25  -1 Gurney combination wood and  elec. range $119  II oil ranges   from $29  to  $139.  4  electric   ranges,   $59 to   $145.  No junk  1 used good;,washing r  machine k Y        '. $42.50   {  Fairbanks Morse domestic water  service   pump; special . ���>"  for cash -    ;      $109.50 ,:  3 good used toilet' complete ,$15 f  110 gal. fuel oil,drums       $42:50,  IS  ANNOUNCEMENTS f(Cont'd) ������:  Tree falling, topping, or removing lower Hmbs for view Insured workf. from -Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Phone 886-9946.  Marven Voleri..'  TIMBER CRUISING  K. M. Bell, 25721 Birch St., Van-  couver-c9, Phone REgent 3-0683.  Hand saws and Skil saws filed  and ��� set. Galley's Woodworking  Shop, Sechelt Highway, Gibsons.  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road.  $65  $75  LEARN  ACCORDION  Beginners or advanced students,  private or in group lessons. Ph.  Walter     Hendrickson,     Gibsons,  886-2470.  DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperhanging. Phone Gibsons  886-7759 or 886-9955 for free esti-'  mates.f. Y-  MRS. O. ROSENLIND  . *'i* n i]f\rpcg  SEWING & ALTERATIONS  South Fletcher Rd., Gibsons  Phone 886-9598  AUTOS  FOR  SALE /  '55 Chev V8 r. & h., near new  w.w. tires, 22,000 miles on '56  motor. $85ft or nearest offer. Ph.  886-9379   evenings.    / -  Logging truck driver. Local high-    May be purchased on terms  Yway  halfimg. ��� Universal Timber v i u-  ���Products   Ltd.,   Phone   88G-2539  or  886-9613. ^  WORK fWANTED  Recommended    for    Investment  YLots approx % acre, $650 cash  Lots 80 x 60, $50 down, $25 per  month.."  Fawcett oil heater, like new, $28.  Phone ��� 886-9821Y Y ZZA.A. A. '?*%  yXXXXXXy        /  XX<        X  ' Xxx     7    X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XX />XXXXXXX/N XXX  <xx^J xxxxxx vj xx  WHO ELSE WANTS  yA NEW CAR!  BUY IT NOW WITH A  LOWiCOST LIFE-INSURED  XXX    XXX   XXXX XXXX  X    xxxx  X XXXX       XX       x  XXX    X X      XX      X   xxxx  XXXXX       XX      X  DIRECTORY (Continued)  L.  GORDON 'BRYANT  ;;. NOTARY/PUBLIC  alt-''  .       Jay-Bee Furniture and  '���'������������������*'���'���    Appliance Store  ; '''' Office Phdhe; 88G-2346  "���..:;-     House Phorie  886-2100  MARSHALL'S:, PLUMBING  /HEATING  & f^XJJ>PLIES  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9690 or. S86-2442.  STOCKWELL & SONS  885-4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe   and   front  ; end loader work. Clean  cement  gravel, fill and road gravel.  We use  Ultra Sonic  Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS'   JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt  885-2151  PENINSULA     CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  ;     Peninsula  Phone  Phone 886-2200  RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAN  Radio, TV repairs  Phone .886-2538,  Gibsons  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios.   Appliances,   TV  Service  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  THRIFTEE DRESS  SHOP  "Personalized Service",  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886-9543  SAND ���"GRAVEL   '  ...... CEMENT  . BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVEWAYS. FILL. etc.  SECHELT  BUILIMNG    SUPPLIES  Phone 885-960a  XXX   XXX   xxxx  X    X  fCook couple available .for camp  maintenance, caretaking, etc.  Phone 885-9565.  PERSONAL ���������. ;.   ;  POULTRY MANURE available.-  For price delivered, or on fanja  contact Wyngaert Poultry Farm,:.  886-9340.    '.. iV- ������  XXXX X  X XX  XXXX X  X X  x xxxx x  XXXX    X X  X       X    XX       X  xxxx   xxx  X       X    X       XX  X    X  FOR GLASS  of all kind-  Phone 886-9871 or 886-9837  PENINSULA GLASS  1950  Meteor,   $150.  Phone 886-2350.  IW.'z. Nygren,  Borneo cannibals say: man who  smokes, when cooked, is: unfit  for eating. Bob Donley says Pender Harbour Herrings, when,  smoked/ are fit for anybody to  eat, even cannibals. ��� Joe.  Y For the best buys on the  Sunshine  Coast  .see,   CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.    DRESSED POULTRY 6 birds @l  ���;,yj  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  88ftt2481  FUELS  COAL &. WOOD  Alder, $10  Clean handpicked  Fir  slabwood,  $9  No. 1 Fir Sawdust  Coal,  $32 ton, $17  ��� ton   of  $2 per bag.  ���     Ton ��/_ton;  Gibsons -  Elphinstone   Rd.  Elphinstone -,   ,  Selma Park  Selma Park: -    y  Sechelt area k;  Halfmoon Bay'. area  Bargain Harbour  Garden Bay  TOTEM LOGS $1 a box.  PHONE   886-9902  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  $32 - $17  33       18  34  19  36  21  38  23  40  25  Fir, $12 cord  Alder, $10 cord  delivered  Phone 886-9881  MILLWOOD,  SAWDUST  BUSHWOOD, COAL  Call   '������'���'   ";  BAIN'S FUEL  885-9634  ?: Deal with confidence with  SECHELT  REALTY  & INSURANCE  AGENCIES  Box 155, Sechelt, B.C.  T.E. DUFFY, Agent-Owner  Welcome Beach: 75' waterfront  lot, small cabin, $3,200.  75' waterfront lot and dwelling  $7,500.  75' waterfront lot and garage,  $3,200, phone 885-2120 or 885-9565:  More and more homeowners are  turning to us-for their insurance  needs.  Small   home   on view  lot,  all  services. Full price $3800.     ���'-  - f Over; 1 acre, neat small house,  some clearing. $4500 cash. See  K. -Butler 886-2000.  EWART   McMYNN  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  BAL BLOCK  Marine   Drive,   Gibsons  ,    LISTINGS WANTED  Phones;   886-2168,   Res.   886-2500  28c lb.   or" 12'birds,;'^'   25c"���'US';  Wyngaert Poultry Farm, 886-9340  Standard size  cbncrete   Building  Blocks,    8x8x16   now    available.  Flagstones,   pier   blocks,   drain  tile,    available   from   Peninsula ''  Cement   Products,   Orange   Rdv;  Roberts Creek. Y  WATCH REPAIRS  For    guaranteed watch    and  jewelry    repairs, see    Chris's  Jewelers,  Sechelt. Work   done  on the premises. tfn  FOUND  Used electric and gas ranges, ai-  so oil ranges; C & S Sales, Ph.  885-9713,   Sechelt. ? ;  WANTEti  A place to get take out service  we   suggest   local   grown   fried  half  chicken  with French fried  potatoes from ^DANNY'S  F.        Phone  886-9815  PENINSULA SAND &  GRAVEL  ; Phone   886-9813  Sand,   gravel,   crushed   uodkl  All material -washed and screened or pit run.  Good cheap fill  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  Used   furniture,   or   what  have^    p.Vnr'^rnAn -��t-  you? ��!'S cYfndos���Furniture' Gib* DIRECTORY  sons,  Ph.   886-9950. ;������   :: -        .,  NOTICE  Will   all   persons   guessing  doirs name "Susan" at St. Bartholomew's Bazaar,-call 886-9553C  ANNOUNCEMENT   :    ������ .      '      S  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky Number  Nov. 10 ��� 23045, Yellow  $4.  Ik  .Private sewing lessons now available. You may take a complete course or one lesson. Grace  Roche, Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt.  Tin chimneys rust away, Block  chimneys crack one day, Brick  chimneys   outlast  all.   You   g��t  C  8c S SALES  For all. your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also   Oil  Installation  ���'."'' Free estimate  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable  Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  ���;������.. Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record  Bar  Phone 885-9777  See us for all y��ur knitting  more for what you pay. A;; Sima*Y requirements. Agents for Mary  kins, Bricklayer, 885-2132^ Sechelt';  Makim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  WANT AD JRATES  Phone 886-2622  Condensed style 15 words 55  cents,' 3 cents word over 15��  minimum 55 cents. Figures ia  groups u_ five of less, initials,,  etc., c&unt as one word. Addi-  tipiial insertions at. ha!4,rate,  I^nimuih 30c.       .  jCatrdsr-of   Thianks,   Engage-  Hients,  In Memorhmis, Deaths  : and Births, up to 40 words $1  per insertion, 3c per word over  40k  WHY PAY RENT?  Modern 3 br. NHA Ranch style  home, .Mortgage 51/4% interest.  $60 monthly payment including  taxes. You can't beat this. Large  lot, beautiful view. Lacks absolutely . nothing in comfort' and  convenience. Move in for Christ-  maslf Ph. C.' Mitten, 885-2124.  ,    -H  ������������������il.iMi  I    w    ' -��"���'���*'���   w.(.-* ��� H"-������*-*-���'  ���     ���   '       "  1 5/8 acres on Reed Road, well,  V4 acre cleared. Phone 886-7732.  Half acre,. half cleared, half  Iirice, rit. Stone ViUa, $700. A.  Simpkins, 885-2132. Y   .  WANTED TO RENT  .' i  Sc  ;.Box^rxumbq^,35c^mfe,.....      .L^bisdroom\s��$%'lor house,' fti^  _      -   --' - ^ ' dea4|b-e"-or rS_f^r   br Wm furhisHed. oil  :- -Tuesday.'5 "psxi."  'classified advertlaenawita. heated. 2 adults^ Rhone 886-7733  Xogals ��� 17 cents perjjouj*. ft.om 9 to 5 and evenings 886-2542  line for first insertion then 13c __________���-_   per count^^line for consecutive^   misc. FOIt SALE  insertions, -.:'.... ��� -^..���--...._ . -..........:. ... '..���;���r. i-*1" -���  CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 gentle mare, ideal for children;  All advertising ���detlWtiW-' ;l^ye4rlin# eolt, uritoofcen; .1 Durp  from regular dasstfiied style pressure., pump with tank; 1  becomes citified dlirola^^^  is charged by the measured ���^-r;::--~������*-t,,��- ','_"���"���"-��� ������;  a^ate line at 10c perYlifle,^ f���<m>. -xfe***. Internatmnal  minimum of 14 asate Unes^    ^I^^I^^^^afe        J��H  Cash vwthf order. A ;^5c Wood .Hardware; Gibsons. Ph. ���  charge is made wheft bille_U        C3G:2331. Y.  rcURIST    k     .g y  TY.1_. Campbell      |k  "���:-vk,   on ��� bus  stop f-f  Y- 885-9778::/   ? **b-  I l��y appointment  ~"~~'"."; I ii-ti":'cHRISTMAS;?:ff:Z  BricTcl^'cr and  Ston^ikiason 4;1  Ail kinds of brick and stonework  Alterations and repairs  ������ .' - Phone 886^73-f^ *H  -NELSON'S' "':  'LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS-  RUG CLEANING k  Phone Sechelt 885-9_27      ..  or  In   Robert? Creek,   Gibsotii  and Port Mellon Zenith, 7020 Y  " . k;eixy^ a;ax~,, ..  GARBAGE; CXMitiSCOTOI* :  Box 131, Gibsons ���'  .       'Phone S^S^Sa Y  , wATiarv'S Pftai>":prs,.     .  WYH. Kent, Gibsons .886-9978 |y  ���       ���*.:.   '. ... L      ���   i   ���      ���'   J  -��� -.���'!-��������������� ���' ���-��� t*W A'  Painting,   interior   and  cxteriork  hourly   or  contract.   Reasonable  rat*1*. Eattmatof'-ifod. No job to'^Y  small.     Ron    Orchard,    SecheH  835-2175,  885-9534. f : k  ,        ,,,       ._.      .        ���.-., ii     -     ._.,.,���������-_.������ r.  J _'_. i'i ��� 'j      -~      I-*-"'*  AlcoHoMcs Anonymoi^ Ph,one Se��  (:helt'8ft5-0678<6rkwn_e Box 584.  Coast  News.  Phone 886-9353  ;; GIBSONS PLUMBING  k Y Heating, Plumbing  ����d Quick,  efficient service  Phone 886-246��i  SCOWS    ~     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing ���  ^* Phone 885-442*  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  ELFCTRIC   LTD.  Sechelt  ,  Phone 885-20C2  .       ;  Residence,   885-9532.  J. J. ROGERS & SON  PAINTING   CONTRACTORS  Phone  886-9333  BACKHOE  and  LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.   KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826  Draperies by the yard  or made  to measure  All accessories  C & S SALES  Phone 885-9713  BILL   SHERIDAN  TV ��� APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES   AND  SERVICE  Phone 885-9534  "COAST CONSTRUCTION Co.  ASPHALT PAVING  For free estimates  on  DRIVEWAYS,   PATIOS,  PARKING LOTS  SERVICE STATIONS,  etc.  PHONE 886-2600, GIBSONS  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  On Frif, Nov; 3, at St. Peter's  Chapel, Whitehorse, Yukon, Padre A. FYOtke united in marriage- Alberta.-' Margaret Cooper  of Roberts -Creek and Corp. Al-  vin M. Frost, Royal Canadian  Signal Corpsi  Given"' in marriage by Sgt-  Major Boyes, the bride was attended by Miss Wendy Yates of  Carcross. Corp. Paul Cassidy  was best man. A reception for  immediate friends followed.  Sechelt News  '���-. BY MRS. A.A. FRENCH  Moved into the home formerly  occupied by Mr. and Mrs.: Scott  Pollock are Mr. and Mrs. Bill  Woods Jr., fand : family.  Mr. and Mrs. Sid Waters and  family have moved from West  Sechelt to a home oh the waterfront in Sechelt.  Also moved from West Sechelt to Selma Park are Mr. and  Mrs. Thorold and family.  Sechelt Branch L.A., Canadian  Legion held a successful fall tea  and rummage sale. One new  member was initiated, Mrs. Eileen McWilliamsr of Halfmoon  Bay.    ���..        >. .  .  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Al Thorold were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sutherland and children Bruce and  Joy of Vancouver.  The next meeting of St. Hilda's  W.A. will be the annual meeting  for election of officers and a  Christmas party for members.  The date is Wed., Dec. 13. On  Nov. 19, the 25th anniversary,  the congregation will meet for  supper before the Evensong service.  DIRECTORY (Continued)  RITA'S BEAUTY SHOP  Tinting and Styling  Phone   886-2409  /Sechelt Highway    v  Gibsons Village  Ph  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Col_ Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy. Welding;  Precision Machinists,  886-7721 Res.   886-9956  C. ROY GREGGS  Phone 885-971.   k  For   cement gravel,  fill,  road  gravel and crush rock.  Backhoe and Loader  Light Bulldozing  SMITH'S   HEATING  CHIMNEY; cfc OIL  STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422.        ;  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  A. J. DUFF ZRAL  Phone  885-4468  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"  OPTOMETRIST  ROY SCOTT  BAL  BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR  APPOINTMENT  -  886-2166  WATER   SURVEY   SERVICES  CONSULTANTS  L. C. EMERSON  R.R. 1,   Sechelt  885-9510  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialist  Kitchen   Cabinets  Office and Store Fixtures  Custom Home Furnishings  Repairs and  Refinishing  Quality Material & Workmanship  Guaranteed     v  R.   BIRK3N  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  SIM  WIGARD SHOE 8iX>RE  Always a large variety oi  shoes far every line  ,      for old and young.'  ^Phone, Sechelt 885-9519  TRADE \lll'li OLD HOME  miw  YtfiUcfcna Construction Co. Home  on  Your Lot or Ouis-  MADEIRA   PARK:  BUILDING* StTPPLY Co��� Lid.  Cement  ��*avel,  $2.25 yd.  Road" gravel   and fill,  $1.50 yd.  Delivered In  Pender   Harbour  area  Lumbf��*     Pivwwj     dement y  .     Phone TU 3-2241  Mortgages Available - 1% - No Bonus  See us for details o_ bouse plans and f_nanc_ag  W_!kircs Constiructioa Co., Ltd. ��� Ph. SS6-24S1 6       Coast News, Nov. 16,  1961.  Halfmoon Bay  By |>AT WELSH  Mrs. M. Meuse is home, after  an enjoyable trip to San Francisco and points in northern  California.  Mr. and Mrs. Doug Foley enjoyed a visit from the Leo Nest*  mans of Selma Park *nd their  seven children last Saturday.  Mrs. Foley brought her guest  along to the Bazaar leaving the  dads to look after the youngsters  Miss Dorothy Andrews of Chelsea, London, England, is the  guest of Canon Alan Greene.  Miss Andrews has been visiting  in New England and Toronto before coming west and will spend  a few days in Victoria before returning to Boston to sail back to  home.  Stam^ dollar now   Plan b  BACKHOE & LOADER  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT   NYGREN    ���    Ph. 886-2350  Sale of postage stamps-packaged in transparent sealed en*;  velopes is now under; way, in  post offices across Canada,  Postmasiter f General, William  Hamilton, announces! 1 These  packages are another original  innovation by' the Canadian  Post. Office [department,a_" no  other postal aidman_stration has  ever offered a similar item ioi  .' Isaile. - ������:"��� '��� ^  ������'. ���'"��� ...  The new attractive clear  plastic ipackages contain blocks  of 20 five-icent stanips:or two-  cent stamps, and sell for the  regular price of one doOdar.  They are designed - to provide  patrons with- a more convenient method of purchasing postage stamps in quantities tp  'carry in pocket or purse. The  package protects the; stamps  from: dirt, moisture and heat.  In addition, ihe packaged  stamps provide maximum sani- ���  tary protection, from printing .  to point of sale at the postal  wicket. -  It is anticipated the packages  ..will.prove popular with postal  patrons since they will reduce  kthe number of calls at post office wickets. The packages will  salso be more convenient to pa-  ktrons as they can be kept easily  land safely in pocket or purse  after opening, and in this way  ;the stamps are fully] protected.  Mr. Hamilton said the idea  'for the plastic packs originally  "(started with the sale of special  one-dollar envelopes of stamps  'during the 1958 Christmas sea-  rson.  This procedure has f been  {followed .since    then and has  'proved to be popular.  \    The  ppstmasterigeraeral said  'ithe   introduction   of  packaged  istamps for year*oun6Ysale'represented another step  in the  fPost Office department's campaign to offer better, more ef-  'tficaent   service   to the public.  The   new" packages doYhot re- :  plaice  the  25-cent booklets  of  fistamps, which /are still avail-  'lable at post off ices and in "auto-  .matic.postage stamp dispensers  azaar  At the last meeting of the  Auxililary to Roberts Creek Legion, Mrs. Minnie Atrill was initiated. It was carried that the  usual donation be given to the  Blind Institute, and presents be  donated to the mental hospital.  Final arrangements -were made  for the Christmas Bazaar on Dec  1. All members are asked to donate groceries for the grocery  hamper, and, if possible, leave  their donation with Mrs. Crawford or Mrs. Cope. Date set for  the Children's Christmas Tree is  Dec. 20.  JHarry Hager  Corp.  Technician with  in Vancouver  Now available for TV  arid Radio Repairs at  1U l!M Fl l!\IIIM & APPUMCES  :i:Y>YY:Y,\-Y GIBSONS ��� Ph. 886-2346  IW*^#��^^^^^**��^^^^��^^J  Gibsons Merchants New Bonus  TREASURE HUNT  EVERY THURSDAY 9 a.m. EACH STORE yWILL; POST THEIR LUCKY NUMBERS.  THESE WILL BE GOOD UNTILL 6 p.m. EACH SATURDAY.  To win a prize you must have yoiir Coast News with the correct number iyith you. If your number corresponds to any number you are entitled to  buy that store's article 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 $20  Gift Certificate  QQ  1 PRIZE WINNING NUMBER  JOHN WOOD "S^es*  'SUNSET STORE'  2 WINNERS  Gibsons Merchants Bonus Treasure Hunt continues  ���to attract shoppers arid there were two winners last week.  They were Mrs. C. CfeambreKn, Sr., and Mrs. Robert  Harrop. _: ; ' ���"' ^ ,..���'��� .  Mrs. Harrop Ifadr the right number to win Lang's  Drug store DuBarry $3 Liquid Treasure MolLsture Balm  for  nine cents.  Mrs. Chamberlin won the Gibsons Hardware $7.95  table lamp for which sihe paidliine cents only.  Read this week's prizes and see what you can win!  m  1007  REGULAR VALUE $14.95  Hi-Bulk  Orion Cardigan Sweater  2 PRIZE WINNING NUMBERS  "The  Home  of Prestige Merchandise"  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $2.98 r  10 lbs. Sugar - 1 lb. Tea  lib. Butter  4 PRIZE WINNING NUMBERS  CO-OP itORE  REGULAR VALUE $2  REVLON  Liquid AssetJSkii  Conditioner &*Freshener  10 PRIZE WINNINGVIWI^ERSv  LANG'S DRUG STORE  REGULAR VALUE $4.88  25 lbs.   FLOUR  2  DOZ. LARGE  EGGS  2   TV  DINNERS  10 PRIZE WINNING NUMBERS  "Serving You With Savings"  KEN'S FOODLAND  REGULAR VALUE $7,501  1 pr. Boudoir Lamps  1 PRIZE WINNING NUMBER  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15 STORE  REGULAR VALUE $9.50  SHELL  LUBRICATION,  OIL CHANGE &  SHELLZONE  WINTERIZE  REGULAR VALUE $8.95  2 PRIZE WINNING NUMBERS  THRIFT EE DRESS SHOP  PARKING Coast News, Nov. 16, 1961.       7  Solution  io last week's Crossword Puzzle  iOWLING  raasrsxaa acaa  sstasisH. saara  rani aaa hsbq  an @s kh us  hbhi3@ araama  orama -shse) -  FOOTWEAR  See our lines of "best quality  boots and shoes for men-���  spoorts, work and dress shoes  OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY  Marine  Men's  Wear  LTD.  Plh.   886-2116  ��� Gibsons  By Bert Garside and Jim Hoult  Chief Bowling Instructors  Double Diamond Advisory  . Council'  FOUR WAYS TO AIM-THAT  BALL "  A perfect grip, a balanced  stance, a smooth delivery ���  in bowling, all these combine  to make the bail go where you  aimed it.  That just  leaves the bowler  with the problem of how to  aim correctly. It is probably  the most controversial problem in bowling. There are at  least four recognized methods  of ladming ��� Direct Pin Bowling, Line Bowling, Shadow  Bowling and Spot Bowling.  Each system has its aviid adherents.  Both of us  are  enthusiastic  A Night Out. . .  at  Pender Harbour Hotel  Banquet Room Available Nightly  for  PRIVATE DINNER PARTIES���RECEPTIONS, etc.  By Advance ��� Arrangement Only  MUSIC AVAILABLE  Ph. TU 3-2377  Giyes up to 70 miles on 1. gal. of JG?as     ,  mCltAYS      231���12th St., New \%tminster  District Sales Manager    ���������     ���������� ��_^ mm m 4_>  GIBSONS I .    I nil IVI A2*  Phone 886-9572 ��� .?j yy  The Guniiitigha m's  HALFMOON-.BAY, B.C. ���. Ph. 885-9927  enjoy  the wonderful  \worId of Y  Warmth with  OIL HEAT  ,v.  Ask ybur Imperial ��sso"Agent to introduce  ���  you to the wonderful world of Esso warmth'v  soon. It's the kind of home heating that gives  a family a pampered feeling. Carefree, safe,.  always there. And it can be yours so easily,  Y because whatever kind of heating equipment  . you own, Esso has the fuel to suit &, .  BANNY WHEELER  Hspkin, Landing - Phone 886-9663  >.������',''> ������ ���"  f^wAV��LCpk TO^iasrwtoE.'.-rds Tits osor  spot bowlers, and strongly  re-  teommend this system.  To choose the   method that  gives the .best results for your  N" particular style of. bowling,  you should understand what  each system involves. So, with  Special stress on the virtues of  spot bowling, we'll outline all  four methods.  By far the highest percentage  of bowlers instinctively adapt  the "Direct Pin Bowling" method as soon as they start bowling.  Since the object of the game  'is to knock down as many pins  as passible, it just seems natural for a bowler to keep his  teyes and his attention fixed on  the pins, and forget about  everything else.  In direct pin bowling, you  (should, concentrate on the_base  \ai the pin, where the rubber  band goes around it, to give  yourself the largest possible  area to aim at. "When delivering the ball, you keep your  swing and foll'ow-through in a  direct line with the pan.  To scatter the pins best, and  igive you the best chance of. a  strike, the ball should strike  in the "pocket"  on either side  of the headpin. For a "perfect  Strike," one half of the ball  fehould collide with half of the  headpin:,     "  For this reason, many bowlers aim at the side of the he&d-  li':n, instead of directly at it.  This is a mistake. At a distance  of 60 feet, nobody can aim that  'accurately at that small a tar-...  gist. ��� :'vY , ..'":,  Instead,   yjou   should try to  "pick" the headpin out with a  dead-centre   hit:  Even   if  yoii;  "ipiick" the" headpin,   don'-t be  discouraged. This  means your  aim is perfect. .You must   hit',  the. headpin to. score a str-jke.  By  the law of  averages you  will get a strike much oftener .  than you   "pick" a pin.  Although "picking'' a headpin: is:OIieb_^the,most annoy>  ing hazards in bowling, it is .'  very hard to do deliberately.  It is so diflficult, in fact, that  in a recent "Headpin Tournament," with many of Canada's  best bowA?rs trying to hit the  headpin dead centre, a bowler  who succeeded in doing it  seven times out of 30 frames  he bowled ��� was an easy winner  over the other 160 contestants.  (ILZby chance jbu find yourself "picking" headpihs exces-  Llkvely, still don't, change your  point of aim. Instead, try starting your approach a little closer or little farther back from  the foul line. Because no ball  661���HEADLINE SHAPES���the 'pillbox aridpyramid with anY  elegant, spun-sugar look created: by f'veiling tfceaded through .  double croclh^Y  804 ���' G'i_Y   _?6aSTER   DOLl/"adds a colorful touch to yy>ur  kitdhen,scheme. A wond��3rfuI gift .idea, so inexpensive; to make Y  of scraps. Trarsfer of pattern for doll, clotheis; direqtio'nsr. : -  917 ��� FLOWER-FUL MOTiFS in varied stitches add ;lupcury. to  towels,   pillo^vcasBS,   scarf en^s. Embroider  in niany:; colors S or  .Shaded tones. Transfer of six _xl2*:rich motifs;- ��� directions'.*1 ���'���"������  y  Sendf THIRTY-TIVE CENTS  in coins (stamps cannot be accepted) for each pattern to Laura Whieeler, care ?o_f Coast Nelws,  Needlecraft Dept., 60 Front St. West Toronto, Or..t. Print pBainly  ' Yfor*;^ .  Needlecraft Catalog ��� biggest ever! Pagtes, pages.pages of fashions, home accessories.to knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider,  quilt. See jumbo-knit hits, cloths, spreads, toys, linens, afghans  plus free patternsYSend 25_C? :    '"���'" '��� X:lZ^:"  .''.'-��� '' :"/���"' ''"_?J<::V"  IlllllS     ^A:  T$w<efco>me;t& stay with us*  Thoughtfulness and Long Distance  ^b^hifiind- in hand. You keep in  touch easily, quickly. Phoning  costs so little and. means so much.  British Columbia Tolopbovc Company  . v kk &2Y*  ���iff.!.;':  <���;������'��� x" ;  V7I-S-2U>  is bowled in a perfectly  straight line, a slight shift  backward or forward will  usually change the point of impact jusft enough so you no  longer hit the headpin right ori  the centre.  If tll'fs doesn't 'help, Shift  slightly to one side or the other  of the lane. If you still have  "hefaidpin problitms'' write us,  care otf this newspaper, telling  us precisely how you deliver  ���ttte ball.  next: Line bowling & shadow bowling.  Y  Until 1870 presses contained  no device for folding news-?  papers as newspaper boys had  to fold the papers themselves  before starting their, routes.  Leave at least one car window open slightly, even on bit-  fteally *old days. If there is  leakage of gas, the fresit air  will dispel most of it.  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885^9525  TUES. to SAT.  HAIRSTYL1NG  designed just for you  Coldwaving ~ Coloring  SPEND CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS  in CALIFORNIA SUNSHINE  See ihe ...  "TOURNAMENT OF ROSES" PARADE  and "ROSE BOWL FOOTBALL GAME"  NEW YEAR'S DAY  ;   :__!^ Tanciouver Dec. 27th -���Return Jan. 5th  $y Greyhound Bus ��� All Inclusive ��� $253.00  DRAINIE TRAVEL AGENCY  ;^'f:L_MITED'k- ���.-  MU 3-5878 840  biinsinuir St. Write for full  VANCOUVER   1, B.C. Particulars  Same"Night -^ Same Place -��� Same Time  GIANT  Thurs., Nov. 16  GIBSONS  SCHOOL HALL - 8 p.m. SHARP  GIANT JACKPOT WEEKLY  Dori4MlssEhfsiGflme $10  SUNSHINE COAST WELFARE FUND  Rogers  .,-���**��� ���"������>���.^  :     GIBSONS, B.G. ��� Ph. 886-2095.  ...'       ;y^^^ &   RETAIL  corner of PRATT RD. & SECHELT HI-WAY  STORE HOURS ��� Opan 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.  Closed on Mondays . .  White 3-pi��_ce bathroom set with taps      Colored 3-piece Imthrw^^e^with taps-c;;:....  (We hare tbe higher'Vprice, set* too) .  White enamel showel\Jcabiriets   $   49.50  $109.00  $119.00  We have full stock of Streamline copper pipe & fittings  CHEAPER THAN THE DEPARTMENTAL STORES  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, single hub ~k...���..  4" soil pipa, 5 feet long, double hub...k  .1/2" copper pipe, per foot kv-"------  1/2" copper elbow    ......:i:......��� 1C^ .......  Solder. ...:....!  1  SPECIAL ��� Double stainless steel sinks .  3" copper pipe, per foot.     ���   New Pembroke baths   New English china toilets with seats      No. 1 steel septic tanks (free delivery)  4" No-Crodj pipe, 8 feet long, per length ..  3V/' Perfo��itcd No-Crode pij>e       New; toilet seals    XlXZAxl.... ...XX..   lb.  $ 4.90  $ 5.20  tee 15#  $ 1.45  $29.50  $ 1.29  $55.00  $31.90  $48.50  $ 3.75  $ 2.35  $ -3:90  Anything you buy from us it vmi <l-n't want it I will  refund your monty  ::r.in:.cc'Jately  ��� ������ ���    ,*'     ������' i ��� ���������     .'<.  Etko gfoss lined No. 30 isiwsSc clcrr.cnt ;$73.W>  Elko gla.sa lined No; 30 donbJe eV^ont   S83.00  No. 40 glass Jined double el?mpni     $S9.O0  /,."X    ''A f-X ZI ..'USUAL ���<3UAJ?ANTE_;  Fibre gtese lanndiy tubs f^r lea's thn/n tho big stores  You win buy the Cobrii ^ rar?d ��;?a��tie pipe  cihi^aper froztt n:_  Tho new Beatty shallow or deep well pumps  x./A;.      (Saye ,5 to 10 ixr^Xsvm)   'Z.  $119  ifmwsL  m$?/r.;vA4-%A  .*���-. ��r,|  V <~l <> Halfmoon Bay notes  By PAT: WELSH  The ^edwell ^ Iia3ii-s Y ijuild  held a redraw of their quilt raffle on Wed., Nov. 8 and the. winner was Mrs. Cliff Connor of  Welcome Beach. The group plans  to make hooked and braided  rugs as this winter's project, and  anyone interested in joining will  be welcome at the next meeting  at the Alien home on Wed., Dec.  6 at 2 p.m.  The Hobbycraft Club hopes to  organize a pottery group if suitable facilities can be arranged.  Intending members should apply  to the secretary, Mr. H. P. Allen.  The Welcome Pass Garden  Club will meet during the winter months at 2 p.m. on the sec  ond Wednesday; of each month.  For meeting plaices apply to the  secretary, Mr. C. G. TinkleyY;Y;  Canon Greene was host;'. Jast  week honoring; his guest Miss  Dorothy Andrews pf London,  England. ThereYwas a showing  of films taken during the Can-'  on's recent trip to the eastern  provinces and some of local  beauty spots, those in the area  of Earl Cove, Sakinaw and Ruby  Lakes were very lovely." Another  showed the September sun setting over Texada Island and taken from the sun deck of the Canon's home, was magnificent in  its fiery coloring. Present were  Mrs. Riddell, Mr. and Mrs.  Frank  Claydon,  Mr.  J.  Cooper  8       Coast News,  Nov. 16, 1961.  and Mrs. P. Welsh.       "*-  Guests of Mrs. I. Hanley last  weekend were -Mr. and - Mrs.  Hyndman and son x Grant of Cloverdale.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyons  spent the weekend in Vancouver, guests of MrY and Mrs. J.  Scanlon. They also visited ; Mr.  and Mrs. J. Ramsey at 'their  ranch at Langley Prairie..;;  Mr. Hardy Stephens of Powell  River weekended with his nephew and family, the Roy Doylcs  at Halfmoon Bay.  BOWLING  Buy Where You Can Get  Top Value For Your Money  )  J  ALL AT  $5-95 per *al-  $ 1 49 <**���  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  Discontinued Lines of Name Brand Paints  $3.49 gal.   ���  99c per qt.   ���  39c pt.  MILLS TOP QUALITY PAIHTS  HI GLOSS ENAMEL  SEMI GLOSS ENAMEL  FLAT ALKYD  LATEX  Paint Roller & Tray sets complete .... $1.25 & $2.25  PLASTI-KOTE BOMB SPRAYS  to touch up your chipped appliances ;........ $1.69  Come and See our Tricycles for Xmas  from $11.49 to $18.49 for children  .,..������   ages 3 to 7 ��� These {are real beautibs  NOVELTY TRIKES ��� idump & delhtfery      Y-  COMPLETE LINE OF RAIN CLOTHES  Work Shirts & Pants  Pillow Slips v- Hand and Dish Towels  AT VANCOUVER PRICES  Police Court  ���    ���������-. -���'...        ��� -k , f A. ���  James Szabo, Roberts Creek,  was found guilty of, an assault  and received a six. months suspended sentence on posting ia  cash bond of $500 to 'keefethe  peace: Dorothy Irene Szabo of';  Gibsons was acquitted on a sim-'  ilar. charge. Yf Y. Y -;_".'  Vernon Priebe of Wonnock arid  Raymond . Rolande of f Refugef  Cove were fined $15 each ffor  driving their cars across" the  double solid line on the highway.  A minor was found guilty of  being in possession, of liquor and  was fined $20. The liquor was  seized.  Y  George August of Sechelt Was  found guilty of driving while his  ability was impaired by alcohol,  operating a car without a drivers license, and using license  plates issued to a car other than  the vehicle he was operating at  the time of hiis arrest. August  was fined $200 or in. default, 30  days in Oakalla Prison Farm.  John   Pinchbeck,    of   Sechelt  was fined $20   for  being  found ..  intoxicated on an Indian Reserve  Donald Urquhart of Vancouver  was fined a total of $40 for driving contrary to the restrictions  on his drivers license and driving his car across the double  solid white line. Y  Harvey Paull of Sechelt was  fined $20 for being intoxicated  on an Indian Reserve.  Leonard Reid of Gibsons was  fined $15 for operating a car  without a pink slip. r-.  Robert H. Cunningham of Half- y  moon Bay was fined $15 for operating a car with faulty brakes.  Twelve drivers convicted of  speeding paid a total of $300 in  fines.  E & M BOWLADROME  (By Eti CONNOR)",  Sig Rise bowled  another  nice  three game  total  this week on  the Teachers Hi league with 808  (285, 244, 279). Team high three  went to the Orphans of Gibsons  ,A with 2997 and team high single  Id the Strike Outs of the Mens  Mth 1100.  ���* League Scores:  S.CX.:  Team,  Family Bakery  2499,   Misfits   901.   J.   Larkman  >604    (262),   J.    LeGros   625,    D.  /Grigg 621 (253),  R.  Whiting 631  %46).  ..Gibsons B: Team, Blowers 2523  fenomes 917. R. Oram 631, M.  Robertson   622  (262).  Merchants: Team, Jim's TV  2620 (960). J. Thomas 604, L.  Campbell 267, L. Morrison 601,  J. Mullen 665 (266), J. Larkman  647  (284).  Gibsons A: Team, Orphans,  2997 (1028). F. Stewart 660 (269),  Alex Robertson 657 (253), B.  Raining 600, MY Connor 606, D.  Crosby 654, R. Godfrey 655.(261).  Ladies: 'Team, YGutter. Snipes  2311, CY Legion 829: D. Mason  521; L. Morrison 506, R. Wolan-  ski 515, Rf Harrison 529 (226), P.  Hume 631 (233), M.  Carmichael  '573. ���....���   .  ^Teachers Hi:  Team, Hit tJms  2795, Gibbons 1009. J. Lowden  677 (277), B'. Reed 650 (268), G.  Yablonski. <696 (255, 260), Sig  Rise 808 (285^244, 279).  Commercials; Team, The Larks  2788 (985). H.^Thorburn 700 (265)  ,E. Shadwell 037 (257). '  . "�� Port Mellon': Team, Tjamblers  _ -658, Untouchables" 995. G. Connor ,694 , (290), E. Sherman 656  (242), K. Stewart 615 (247), B.  McMan 617, J. Whyte 615f (252).  Ball & Chain: Team, Dinamit-  ers 2453, Flying Beavers 919: F.  Strom  604.  Mens: Team, Canadian Legion  2935, Strike Outs 1100. W. Nasa-  dyk 660 (312), H. Shadwell 641  C. Gibson 623 (277), D. Herrin  610 (323), J. Drummond 764 (369)  S. Rise 651 (245), C. Sicotte 609  (256).  High School: Team, Strikers,  2107 (760).  SECHELT  BOWLING   ALLEYS  (By ORV MOSCRIP)  Two   more   ladies   joined   the  "300" Club,  Pat  Gibson of  the  Ladies   league   with   313,   May  Fleming  of   Peninsula  Commer-  ' -rial, 306.,    ,'f. ���-,. ��� Yk ik Al AxAl-.  Gibsons and Grayhounds roll-  league .gameY Monday ; night,  ed for a turkey in the regular  Grayhounds were> hot and so will  enjoy turkey with all the trimmings at the expense of Gibsons.  Grayhounds set a new league  high three of 2873.  League Scores:  Ladies: Pat Gibson 687 (313),  Linda Carter 279, Cecile Nest-  man 292, Mabel McDermid 262=  Elsie Johnson-256. ,  _  ^Pender: -Ev Klein 684, Gfordon  Freeman 7pl7 (316).   ,     V-?��*.$>  Peninsula Commercial^ V-May  Fleming ^3. (278, 306), A_y$la  Benner '257, Eve Moscrip^: $|8,  A'udfceyi Benner ��� 252, Laver|j$ce  Crucil 289, Orv Moscrip 725Tp  Sports Club: Dorothy - Smith  718 (259, 300), Elaine McLean  267, Dick Gray ^676.;   ���   "  Ball & Chain: Kay Mittle-  steadt 565, Al Lynn 700.  Juniors: Susan Read .379 (202),  Steve Wheeler 335 (219).  Pee Wees: Sandra Hansen _$_>  (106), Gary Newton 287 (191).  ' Ten Pins: Orv Moscrip 606  (244, 202), Don Caldwell 209,  Dave Parish 207, Leo Johnson  202.  4-H CLUB MEETING  ' The monthly meeting' of ' the  Howe Sound 4-H Club was held  on Oct: 29 at the home of Lynda  Chamberlin^ Gibsons.     ���   . !  The- members/-accepted Kirk  Day fas a new member. Each  member gave a: brief report, on  their calves. The club's new: representative fromAthe Farmers*  Institute; is Mr. lien Coates. Next  meeting will be held fat the home  of  Sandy Gibb,  Roberts  Creek  USED  '������'������** // .."������ Y    ��� '��� ��� *"���  .*/"*'��� ���       ���  "��� ' ', ���'���''.''       ��� z '  '58 Chev. 4 door Sedan  16 Chev. 4 door  '56 Chev. 4 door Sedan  '49 ltude_alier ��oodtihes  radio; GOOD RUBBER, etc.  LOVELY FAMILY CAR  COLOR GREEN  6 CYL., EXCELLENT SHAPE  COLOR YELLOW & BLACK  'V8 MOTOR,  COLOR WHITE & MAROON  $1200  $295  1955 Dodge V8 Motor   .,.���..  (top mechanical shape  $145  Automatic Transmission for same .��� $40  1954 Zephyr   ____..._____-_-____���._ -   $495  TOOL CHESTS, heavy metal >��� to clear ;     $3.25  Open every Nite till S p.m.  A Free Gift with every $7.50 purchase  Sister graduates  Mrs. A. V. Neilson, formerly  with Sechelt Inn, was among 17  graduates of the Provincial Nurses Training school recently at  Red Deer, Alberta. She is a sister of Louis Hansen of Sechelt.  Mrs. Neilson who has_not nursed for years has a daughter in  training so she decided to take  the three year course and as a  result passed with high marks.  There were 250 people at ihe  graduation exercises when Dr. J.  Donovan, Alberta's minister of  health presented the diplomas.  53 VauxhalU > $195  '50 Austin --   $75  The human heart rests about  eight-tenth, of a second between  ieach contraction.  Gome & see our  Acadian - The  IFs and the  of the Year  Peninsula Motor Products (1957) Ltd.  Phone 885-2111  WILSON  CREEK  We will Gift \��rap any New Car  for Christmas Day 0^  Watch for our  Nov. 16 -  AUTOMATIC TOASTER' SAVE 3.00  Chrome   finish,  9-posi- ��� _ - _  tion control, high pop- 1/1.95  up. Reg. 17.93. 11 **'  III  *.':r  A full Selection of Toys, Giftwares  and Appliances at city prices  GIFTS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY - USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAY-AWAY PLAN  FRICTION AIRPLANE  SAVE .30  .68  All metal with strong  friction motor, realistic pistons.  Parker's Hardware  Phone 885-2171  Phone 886-2442

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