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 Provincial  Library;  V^storia, B. -C,  \  k  ii     '   <  - JUST FINE FOOD  DANNY?S.    ���  PINING ROOM-  _ Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9813  ��� *-   ~i���4f~t*i   ** y  SERVING   THE  GROWING} SUNSHINE   COAST  Published  in  Gibsons,   B.C.      Volume 15,  Number- 40, October 19, 1961.  7c per copy  A Complete  Line .  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.  886-2116 ���  Gibsons,   B.C.  Two meetings required to take  expected heavy hospital vote  SMALL TALK  By Syms  Following the request for a  special general" meeting, trustees of St. Mary's Hospital have  scheduled this meeting for Sunday, Oct. 29.  Since the present  membership  of approximately 1,200 malces it  impossible  to  hold  the  meeting  in a single hall,' it is to be heldv  in two locations.       '  For society members in the  northern end the meeting will be  held between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.  Sunday at Kleindale High School.  For members in the southern  area the meeting will be held be  tween 3.30 p.m. and 6 p.m. at  Elphinstone High School, Gibsons  All society members have been  advised of the business of the  meeting by letter. In essence, a  motion has been proposed which  asks- that "construction of the  new hospital be postponed since  the^ present building- is adequate." It is suggested that the  made no reference to the future  occupancy of St. Mary's Hospital. The recommendation to build  a. new 35-bed hospital in a more  central location made predictions of occupancy in the existing hospital unnecessary.'  The BCHIS report showed that  for the last five years and has  St.  Mary's Hospital had operat-  'anticipated occupancy" has not1   ed at over 100 percent occupancy  materialized. If the new hospital  is to be built this motion must  be defeated.  The British Columbia  Hospital  Service in its study of this area  still not provided hospital caie  for an approximately equal number of patients who were hospitalized in Vancouver' or other  hospitals.  DeMolay officers installed  In School Hall,  Oct. .14,. some  100   residents   of    the   Sunshine  Coast watched the installation of  ���officers    of   Mount   Elphinstone  Chapter,  Order of DeMolay.  Elected officers were Steve  Mason, master councillor;- Wil--  liam'J. Peterson, senior cpuncil-  lor; Richard Ludwig, ' junior  councillor and David Leslie,  scribe treasurer.  Those appointed tb office were  David Cooper, senior deacon;  Brian Knowles, junior deacon;  Richard Marsh, senior steward;  John Corlett, junior steward;  Ken E. Preiss, chaplain; Dan  Coates, marshall; Wayne Kullander, standard bearer; Richard Kruse,   almoner;   Lionel  G.  Speck, sentinel and preceptors  Peter^C. Emerson, Blair Kennett-  James Donnelly, Alfred Joss,  David Husby, Ronald Sim and  Stewart Geoghegan.  The installing team were Brian  Lewis of -Crown -Chapter, -George.  Lawlar, master, councillor of  Powell River Chapter, John Burritt,' past master councillor of  Mount Elphinstone Chapter was  junior councillor; Rev. D. F.  Harris, installing chaplain; Terry Garlick, IPMC was installing  marshall and Bert Sim, PMC,  SD was senior deacon.  Bert Sim and Robert Fretter,  both past master councillors received the Chevalier degree. The  .commanders    for * this    degree  Puppets will be one  of three  were Geof. Atkinson, grand commander in the east; George  Lawlor, grand commander in the  west; Dad William J. Peterson,  grand commander in the south;  Rev. D. Harris, grand chaplain;  and-Brian Lewis, grand marshall  Miss Arline Sharpe was installed as chapter sweetheart.  The Drummond Trophy went to  Steve Mason as the outstanding  DeMolay in the last term. Presentations included the past master councillor's pin to Terry  Garlick by Steve Mason and the  past sweetheart's pin presented  to Miss Kathy Toynbee by Terry  Garlick, past  master   councillor.  The Flower Talk was given by  the senior councillor, William K.  Peterson  of   Mount   Elphinstone -  Chapter.  Congratulations   on the   splen- -  did ritual and colorful ceremony,  were offered by  various  orders A  and   sweethearts.  A   lunch  wis **_  served by the DeMolay' Mothers ^  -,.iCircle/   ...  ��� fn short, once the BCHIS had  recommended the construction of  thg new hospital it made all its  predictions on the anticipated occupancy of the new hospital and  nqi; of the old.  The BCHIS report indicated  thpt had there been a new 35-  bed hospital in Sechelt in 1961  logal residents would have recorded 50 percent more patient  days in this new hospital than  the maximum capacity of the  existing hospital. Under no cir-  cyinstances could the existing  hospital have handled the load of  cases that \vould normally be anticipated   from this area.  ..The construction committee is  still awaiting approval from Victoria of the construction estimates submitted several weeks  ago. These figures when approved by Victoria will be published  sp that every landowner will  know exactly what the community will be required "to raise from  taxation. At that time the anticipated mill rate increase will  be known.  \ All this information will be  s|nt to every landowner before  hte is asked to vote on the money  by-law. In short, every landowner will be in possession - of  tjie true facts, approved by Victoria before he is asked to cast  his vote. This makes the rumored- tax increase currently circulating in the northern area completely erroneous.  "'We're apartment hunting     "Oh . . . noisy neighbors  again . ; ." or nosey landlord?"  Did June census  man miss you?  Overture Concerts TAssoejitfio^ '    ' * '"   '     '  now   has   its  season's program    Gibsons  a couple of years  ago  .- -��_*-.   "V  Donation  to hospital  lined up and it is expected this    Ihe remaining concert, to be pre  year will be one of the most interesting it has presented so far.  _Big attraction will be .the  Llord's Puppets which have been  acclaimed internationally and is  . now touring centres in North  America.  Another big attraction will be  the Chanticleers who made such  Roy Malyea  h  eads rair  Roy Malyea. was again named,  chairman of the Sunshine Coast  Fall Fair committee at the annual meeting Friday night in the  Anglican Parish Hall. Norman  Sergeant is honorary chairman;  Mrs. Josae Davies, vice-chairman; Mrs. M- LeFeuvre, secretary-treasurer arid Mrs. Gladys  Coates,  assistant  secretary. ,  Fair dates for next year will  be Fri., Aug. 17 and Sat-, Aug.  18. Mrs. Davies and Mrs. Clarke  will Tbe in charge of a pot-luck  supper to be held Sat., Oct. 28 at ���.  ,, 6:30 p.m. for members and fam-  ' ilies. .   ,-��� '���'���.-,.   ������"'  By motion the committee   decided to raise, first prize awards  from.75 cents"to '!%��with -the sec-,  ond prize -remaining at 50 cents.;  Two new members were accept-'  ed,     Ray    Coates   .and-^ Terry..  Rhodes.   Next   meeting   will  be  held   during   February   of. next  year. :���  FAREWELL PARTY  Gibsons . CWL honored Mrs.  Strand at a farewellparty in the  home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Quarry. A large number of friends  attended and wished, Mrs. Strand  all the best on her move to Vancouver and thanked her for her  help  in parish activities.  sented will beHautzig; a famous.  concert pianist who will appear  at the first concert, on Nov. 18.  Llord's Puppets i;will visit Gibsons' on Dec. 13 and the Chanticleers on April 5. In the meantime the annual membership,  drive is underway and is reaching out to attract more members  to take in and enjoy the three  concerts to be presented this  year.  A' meeting of the association  executive was held Monday night  at the home of Mr. W; S. Potter in -Gibsons where final arrangements for the season's" con- -  certs were made. Next executive meeting will.be at the home  of Mrs. Wynne Stewart at 8 p.m.  Oct. 30;   Ratepayers to  be given copies  There, will be a new wrinkle  at annual meetings to be held by  Sechelt District School Board.  Instead of trustees outlining vocally the year's activities; of the by Mahood Logging Co. for the  board, ratepayers attending will    event left the campsite at 3 p.m.  Scouts host  P.R. troop  On Oct. 14 and 15, 1st Gibsons  Boy Scouts once again was host  to - the 3rd Powell River troop  under Scoutmaster Jim McDermott and his assistant Pete Palmer.  . Under ideal weather conditions  the 18, Powell River lads got to-  . gether with the 22 Gibsons boys  at the site of the former _B & K  Logging camp. A program of  campcraft, hiking and observation kept all the boys occupied.- = c0^nvention"ln''' Vancouver'"and  The Council campfire on Saturday night under leader McDermott and the "Scouts Own" under Gibsons Scoutmaster the  following morning formed, two  highlights. B o t h Scoutmaster  Hank Barendregt and his assistant Al Raynor report good progress in their troop,, now that the  newly acquired camp equipment  can be put to good use.  The Powell River boys, who  had  been donated  a   small bus  - Sechelt's4 Auxiliary to^the' Hospital met oh Oct.'"12 with fhe  president,- Mrs. R. Alan . Swan  in the chair. Mrs. Nelson and  Mrs. J. Redman reported on the  regional meeting of the auxiliary's division of the BCHA  which they attended on Sept. 29  at? Lion's Gate Hospital. A number of new ideas for fund raising were introduced.  Mrs. 'Garter, sewing convenor,  reported 11 pairs.. of drapes and  12 half-sheets had been made  and delivered to the hospital.  Special thanks were extended to  Mrs. Arch Williams for making  the drapes so beautifully.  On Oct. 17, 18, and 19, the  BCHA/auxiliary holds its annual  be given mimeograph ' sheets  with the year's activities typewritten on them; the board-has  decided.*- ���.     -. .  H' ���' '���**'������  AFrom ���' these' ;��� sheets, 'questions  can be asked of board members.  Iri-���"the. .'past questions  depended-  on what ratepayers could reriiem-'.  ber from the speech.  Dates, places and tiiries of  these meetings will be found in  a school'board ad on page 5 of  this issue.  Tenders for furnace oil for the  schools were opened arid of the  four received"B A Oil Company  was the lowest at 15.76 cents per  gallon. The tender was awarded  B A Oil Company.  two delegates  are present  from  Sechelt.  Tickets will soon be on sale  for-the .raffle to be held on Dec.  14; the prizes being a cradle and!  dressed doll, a basket tray and  an Indian plaque, all described  in van earlier report. Forming of,  ay drama group was discussed  and a further report on this will  be  made.  It was. decided to continue  holding .regular meetings in the  afternoons^ till further notice.  The hext meeting will be held  ori Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. in St. Hilda's'  hall. All members are urged to  attend,and any one interested in  joining will be*, welcome.   -   :���  for. the journey back horiie. Everyone is now looking forward to  ^ext spring for  the get-tcrgether-  'in/the Powell River .-ay.ea. k'    ���"*-  \ The  following   boys   were :-in^.���.  Sr.ested  recently:  Ian Hunt^ SURPRISE .PARTY  ���  Sept. 22; Mike-Skelleit arid God-? ..: Natives? and  friends surpris-  frey/Robinson   on, Oct.   6;   Ian . ed   Josie   a?ta -Doug  Davies. of  Hunter  and   Mike   Skellett   also   . Gibsons  on''���' their  25th   wedding-  received     their    LeapingV" Wolf ���. anniversary'With a party at'the  badges from District. Ctfbmas��e,iY\ Davies  hdmeV   Games   occupied  Geoff Thatcher. Ori Sept: 29, see' .most-ibf the/evening and a smor-  pnd   Russ   Thomas  'eath'ed ."1115.,. .vgagbord followed, f. - ': k '���  Rescuer badge;                     -             ���   '  ���'������'���-'���    '   :,      ��� YY   .   ; . . . -.  Municipal authorities have  written the Dominion Bureau of  Statistics in Ottawa complaining that the census figure covering the village of Gibsons, showing an increase of only 21 persons is unreasonable.  The village council had only  ten days in which to lodge a  complaint. The letter was decided on at the regular meeting of  village council, Tuesday of last  week.  Sechelt up 33  According to the 1*61 census  Sechelt's population has increased by 33. The 1S56 figure was  439 and the  1961 figure 472.  The 1956 census was the first  taken of Sechelt as a municipal  area because Sechelt did hot become a village until Feb. 15, 1956  The census was taken in June  - of-that -year.-    - - - ^- :.-   --.-,-:  The" figure is regarded as being satsifactory to municipal officials in Sechelt-  PTA discusses  nylon problem  The monthly meeting of Se-  <ch-tt_! FTA was held on Thurs.,  Oct. 12 in the Activity Room.  There was an interesting discussion of whether students in Trap  Bay School should be permitted  to wear nylons.  A total of $31 was realized from  the recent PTA sale of good used  school children's clothing. Many  favorable comments were made  about this successful event and  it was gratifying to know what  a help it bad been.  A corsage, given as a special  event of the evening for a lucky  hew member or visitor, was won  by Mr. WJ Dooley.  The highlight of the program  was an informative talk on "Radiation Hazards" by Dr. D. L.  Johnson.  An internussuH- with coffee,  tea, sandwiches and cookies was  followed by ah enthusiastic ques-  . tion and answer period.  EK AIR AGAIN  Mrs: ,C. A_ Broughton .of Gibson?; 102 years al# recently vis-  ited'-a daughter who was ill sit  Terrace, B.C. Mrs. Broughton  flew both ways via CPA and enjoyed taking to the air again.  She came to Vancouver from the  east by jet' plane early in llie-  stimmcr.'  joke of the Week    Cookhouse Ofl fire?  Prepare for Night school  A final effort is being made to  see what can be done about con*  tinuing night school classes if  sufficient people want to attend  them.,, . Y y. . tk Z..-...-.  Sechelt School district board  at its last meeting named R. G.  Gordon, principal of Pender  Harbour. High School as director  for the upper half of the district  and Gene Yablonski of Elphinstone High School for the lower  portion, extending as far as Sechelt.  Pender Harbour ar"_a. will Bold  a meeting; Tniirsdayi _yening. in .  Madeira Park Elementary school  at 8.;p.m.:..to  organizeVarid see:  what  can be  done. Mr.  Gordon  is"  prepared' to   teach   drama,  English  or mathematics.accord- ,  ing   to   demand;   Mr.  Tjorhom,  copper tooling;  Mrs. Lowe, wo-.-  men's keep fit; Mr. Olson; navi-.  gation;   Mr.   Payne,   electricity ;  in your  life;  Mrs.  Hately, glee  club;    Mrs.    Anderson,    sewing,  and art will be included if enough  people sign up.  It could have been serious but  it had its   humorous  side when  an alarm was turned in to fthe  Sechelt Fire Brigade at 7:15 p.m **  , on  Sat, Oct. 7.  v -The. call was apparently to the  ���jvCpokhbuse  on- the boulevaird so"!  Lou Hansen where another chimney was on fzre. This was also  extinguished and no damage incurred.      >  When turning m an alarm residents are requested to be clear  and concise regarding the loca-  .thei' brigad0'-"pf oceeded withi'due-- tionoi the' jane-^lt /is. also spg-  "The doctor says, you're to  have a dose now and another  if    you   wake    up    irt    the  : dispatch- to the1 Gdlypso  rooms butZ finding- nc^ fire there  \veni;^n,ttf4he:-SecheltInri.where  also there was no- fire; Froin  there they were directed to the  home of E-. F. Cooke -where a  chimney fife was fiagihg: This;  was quickly extinguished without damage..,   ;  The brigade had just returned  to tho fire hall when an alarm  was turned in from the home of  Rested" thai; this now being the  o��en season cm fixes' aH residents  of the area bave fbeir chimneys  cleaned wi-hoat delay and avoid  tianger-  :- During the fast ten years fires  in Canada have taken SSSS lives  and destroyed pmptaty valued  at ��1,090,0*1. Iii 195- 560 Canadians died in fires and in 1960  524, of whom IDS were children.  So be careful <uf Care!  Most business men and officials who have dealing with the  public and who have observed  the influx- of people and the  amount of new building of homes  are of the opinion that the census figure of 1011 people for Gibsons is too low. Compared to the  990 figure for the 1956 census  which showed an increase of 278  persons, the 1961 census shows  an increase of only 21 persons  making the ��� total for the village  1,011. < .  -   ..  This increase, taking into consideration the number of homes  built in the village since 1956, is  regarded by practically all who.  deal with the public, either with  merchandise -or [other requirements, as being a ridiculous fig-  ���ure.. 14.;  To; ascertain how many people  have, been left off the census records,   those   people   in   Gibsons  village specifically, are asked 1  mail or drop   their  names  into  -;thevGoast^ewaAotfjce; ^he bf��5t f  way to aliow/a corrett; total io  be made would^ be to write down  "all the names off,the parties wljo  should have been included. It  should bef remembered' that; arty  births after- May 31 will not be  considered, as the census is the  population total at May 31 ct  this year. Y  There   have,  been,, reports   of  . people on Seaview road having  been missed. There are also reports, of people, outside the village of Gibsons" in the rural  route area having been missed.  These people too should report  their, names to the ; Coast News  but they should signify that they  are not living inside the village.  Efforts will be made tb get  some rectification of the 1961 -  census figure of 1,011 because it  "is so unrealistic when��� compared  to figures f covering other five  year  periods.  Chrysanthemum  show on Oct 25  Gibsons Garden Club will hold  its annual Chrysanthemum Show  at the Kinsriien Hall, on Wed.,  Oct. 25 at 8 p.m.  Mr. Hawley of Brackman and  Ker Milling Co. will address the  meeting and present slide pictures.  ..TJjose who- were present last  " yeaV when^?Mr, Hawley ' spoke  will readily agree that an instructive and enjoyable evening  willr;be the .result. Suitable garden items will be, distributed as  door prizes. Tea will be served  at the clo'se' of Mr. Hawley's address.  This is' the last meeting of  1961. Thel-e will be no further  meetings until March, 1962, so a  good turnout is desired.  Christmas lights!  To give impetus to the street  lighting plan outlined previously  by Gibsons businessmen a fund  has been started and, contributions can be; handed in. at any  store in Gibsons. You will be given an official receipt. The name  of the fund is Gibsons Christinas  Lighting Fund.  Some businessmen have made  their contribution to the fund  and are now at work seeking  ways and means to have the  lights strung up as soon as they  can be prepared. 2   '    Cda'stMftg,*dct.  19,   1961  Ihe Thrill That Comes Once in a lifetime  A VEBSTCB CLASSIC  %  o  WANT  ADS ARE   REAL   SALESMEN  ��he to  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-  tper 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.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher.  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  We must protest!  When Gibsons census figures show an increase of oftly 21 in the  last five years, it opens a door wide on doubt that the census was as  complete as it should have been. .        '  Quite a number of persons informed the Coast News, mostly just  after the census was completed, that they had ,not been approached  and as far as they knew were not counted.  .  If Gibsons population in the June census had been close to an  estimate of 1,200 it would not have aroused any objections. Such a  figure would be regarded as, reasonable.  For those who prefer to say the census figure is possibly correct,  ponder on the following official census figures from Dominion Bureau  of Statistics compilations:  Year  Population  1931  131  1941  262  1951  722  1956  990  1961  1,011  The increase from census to census shows a growth of 131 between 1931 and 1941; 450 between 1941 and 1951 and 289 in the ten  years from 1951 to 1961.. Another point of view would be to take the  difference between 1951 and 1956 which is 272. The difference between  1956 and 1961 is only 21.'    Y  Surely there is something wrong; For any person in his or her  right mind to argue that the turnover of population in Gibsons, taking into consideration natural decrease and increase, would result in  an increase of only 21, dwells, closely on the fantastic when: the increase in the previous five years was 272. In that five, years there  was far less home building than in the five years from 1956 to 1961.  There is no argument on this point because the visual picture and the  building permit figures at the Municipal office are just too, too obvious.      .     ���  "~~ In fhe two years 1959 and 1960 there were at least 25 new homes  constructed but not all by newcomers. However a percentage, and  a large percentage were built by new, people moving; in. If 13 were  built by newcomers and only tw ttved in each home there would be  at least 26 persons added for two years. However the two per home  might be low.  Take such a sample over a five year period and one can be sure  the average Gibsonite would not settle for a 21 increase in population from 1956 to 1961.        ,' ,  One might ask why worry about census figures?,They are only  a guess. This idea will not sit well with village council members who  have to take a municipal grant from the provincial government on  the basis of the most recent census figure. This means Gibsons will  not get a fair deal because of faulty census taking.  Further, there is a basic figure necessary for hospital construction purposes. One will look with great interest at the total census  figures for this entire area, from Port Mellon to Jervis Inlet.  Newspaper week  CONTRIBUTED  National Newspaper Week focuses attention on the newspaper  serving the Sechelt Peninsula, the Coast News. The Coast News is  a vital part of that institution dedicated to telling the public about  themselves, their government, and the economy of their locality.  In the past the influence and power of newspapers has excited  debate concerning their ownership and control. Should such an institution be completely controlled or completely free? In the United  Nations and in com....is!on hearings in Britain and the United States  tills c^ue^ion in its inU.: _.-__id national aspects has been hotly  argued. In the western democracies the newspaper continues to be  an independent institution, a "fourth estate," responsible with other:  institutions of authority for the public well-being, yet not a part of  the ruling, authority. - ,  Avrare of this responsibility newspapers' have drawn up and  adopted their own code of ethics; that the main job of the newspaper  is iojmform its readers and to inform them correctly, and that the  main obligation of, the newspaper is to guard our heritage of freedom. Despite all this concern for ethics, certainly no one is more  aware than the newspaper publisher that he is in business to make  h__-%__g. Yet-nftif-etbics and the business ead are quite compatible  and it is up'to the r��d��ftr-to insist upon, by their cOWidered criticism -- eagerly accepted by the newspaper ��� that tois compatibility is maintained.  In keeping with the object of nctfspapering the publisher of the.  Coast Nows has constantly brought us impartial reporting and sincere editorial opinion. In doing this the Coast News is by no means  unique among newspapers* but it is Satisfying to realize we are well  served. Tho Canadian pres�� does ��o more for newspapering in th_  doijortnion than the Coast News doe_ In the Sechelt Peninsula.����� QA.Q  By ERIC THOMSON  .   (Article  20/    y  During our second visit, to  Peebles we visited St. Mary's  Loch, which lies high up-in "the  hills above the Yarrow yaUey.  From reading Scott's novels, I  .had pictured it as a wild and inhospitable place, but it was far  from that. It 4s a fairly small,  placid loch, the spawning ground  of the Yarrow salmon, and ' at  the far end of it is Tibbie Shiels'  Inn, the howff of generations of  fishermen.. ZA  The road continues on oyer the  hills and drops suddenly into  Moffat. This is a town full of hotels, and it used to be a health  resort but now is a resting place  on long distance bus tours. There  is, a nice little park at the Joot  of its High Street, Of abbut^five  acres, but in this area, without  crowding, there are gardens j tennis courts, a putting green, shelters and wash rooms, and two  lakes, one small one for paddlers  and small boat sailing, arid a  much larger one with row-boats  on it, and waterfowl.  ���A* ��_. ' <l-      '���..'.   ���  'I*. <rf* "V '    '  The layout makes thrifty use  of the land available, and if  Gibsons ever gets round to developing the Centennial \ Park, a  letter to the town clerk of Mof  fat for a sketch of this park  would produce useful information and ideas.  We climbed out of Moffat by a  different road up and up the  Moffat valley until we reached  the top of the hill that forms the  backbone of the Whole district.  On one side of it springs the  Clyde, on another the Tweed, and  on a third side the Annan. ?/  We stopped alongside an Amphitheatre with, steep, naked  sides about 200 feet high, and  this is my recollection of our .  driver's, remarks: "Down below  you see the source of the Annan,  and this is the Devil's Beef Tub.  It got this name because it was  here that the Johnston clan, who  were notorious cattle thieves,  used to store their beasts after  a raid until they ate them.'^  There, follow ed miles of road  across the Border moors which  were ablaze with heather in full  bloom, back to Peebles. ^  \I made friends with a lady'and  gentletdan who had a fishing  tackle and tobacconists shop  across the road from our, hotel.  They told me of thefamousfifish-  ing dog of Peebles, who stands  in the burn at the foot of their  garden, and when he spots (a  trout/stalks it, then snaps it. < but;  on to the bank and eats it.  The night before they told me  about him the. dog had. visited  their shop and had been caught  as he made off withl a fishing  reel, of all things. As we were  laughing at this, the dog came  into the shop, and introductions  were made and received. He is a  cross between a Border collie  and a retriever, "black with a  white shirt front. The next thing  was a shout from the boss, and  a chase up the street after th-  dog who this time was making  off with half a pound of tobacco.  The next morning f while we  were waiting for the train to  Edinburgh, we were talking with  a man who had one of those saws  which we call Swedish fiddles,  but he called his a bush saw. ;His  saw had a blade that had four  cutters, a space and then four  more cutters, but no rakers. It  had also a detachable aluminum  hand-saw handle which seemed  an advantage.  * * *  We had just previously seen  our fishing dog sitting in, the  door of the Post Office nearby,  and mentioned this to him.-He  countered.,with a cat story., It  seems that a Peebles cat had  one of its forefeet run overhand  crushed. The owner managed to  amputate, and replaced it with  a wooden club foot and suitable  harness, which the cat soon got  used to. After puss became jno-  bile again, its owner noticed that  it disappeared from time to  time obviously on business. One  day he followed it, and found  that it had taken to fishing in  the burn. It, <too, stalked a trout. _  flipped it ashore with its good  foot, then knocked it on the head  with the club foot, and ate it.  I went-to a lamb sale at Peebles, one or the big sales of- the  borders. It was a rainy morning,  so my wife didn't come, but the  afternoon was sunny so we both  went and sat in on the sale, of  some. 8,009 lambs which fetched  from ��6 to ��4 each. ���     : Y  We were much more mprest-  ed in the shepherds and their  wives and dogs and in tho bidders than in the sheep. The surroundings, and the personalities  of the-men and wpmen were  exactly as depicted in "Of Sheep -  and Men." The dogs,. having de-  Kverod their aheepta-the pens,  slept soundly. I baveot seen a  sable- eollie in--Scotland- Who was  doing anything   other than looking   beautiful.   The   collie   used  with sheep is black with a iiiiiu  white on trim, short in the 'nbs'_  and   short-haired;   They   are   a.  work  from   the .Borders to', the' '  Orkneys 'and they   are   ail descended-  from   one1  famous   dog,  and while they are riot show dog.*  a   good    worker   commands    a  price of up to ��200. They seem  io nave tne ability to hypnotize,  the   sheep. ;  *   f*;  *  On our road to the Devil's  Beef Tub we watched two dogs  move several hundreds sheep .up  to and past our bus on a very  steep ' hillside, and the sheep  seemed to flow by the vehicle,  while f one dog watched at the  side, on the hill, and the other  gently moved them forward fro^  ��� me rear along the road.  After Peebles,-we fwere a week  at Perth; This was the ancient  Pictish.fcapital of the country before the Scots or Romans came  on the scene. It Continued to be  a Royal residence for the kings  of Scotland, darkened by murders arid conspiracies, but the  old buildings were demolished  over 100 years ago when the  city was rebuilt in its present  form, and the only reminders of  its past are, plaques reciting  that here stood a palace, there  an abbey or tower.  THE   CORPORATION  OF  THE VILLAGE   OF  SECHELT  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  ANNUAL  LIST   OF  VOTERS  i  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will  sit at the Municipal Hall, Stechelt, on the- first day of  November next from, the hour of ten o'clock until the hour  of twelve o'clock in the morning, for the-purpose of hearing and determining any application on the 'part of any  person to be. added to the list of Voters and remove any  names incorrectly placed thereon.  The-List of Votfcars as' corrected.and revised.by the  Court of Revision shall be that used at the Annual Municipal Electibnfto be held in the rnonth of December; 1961.  Ay E.T;RAYNER,f Clerk,     ���    :  IOOF Sunshine Coast Lodge  No. 76 Meets  High-Croft,  Selma Park, 2nd and  4th  Friday  each month Y  1  Annual M��eetihg  All  interested parents,  group  committee  members,   sponsoring body members. Cub and Scout leaders, district  council members and officers  An open invitation to the above . people and anyone interested in assisting the Scout Movement in - Mount Elphinstone District covering Roberts Creek, Gibsons, and Port  Mellon. The meeting is for the purpose of reports covering.:  the year's Activities and the election of Officers for the  District Council. .,.-...     Y,;.  ; CANADIAN LEGION  HALL ��� Gibsoiis  Thufs., Oct. 26-.'..- 8 p.nr.  Refreshments will be served  Your Future's better  if you're backed by Bonds!  No matter how young or how old���everyone has something to plan for and v  to save for! ^Whatever your plans, Canada Savings Bonds are a convenient  and systematic way of building up savings to help you realize your goals.  And there's nothing quite like a reserve of Bonds to give you a feeling of  security and confidence in the future!  ��� Canada Savings Bonds are a guaranteed'investment'���-��� cashable anytime at  fullrfftce^ valtie plus interest. Coupons pay A}i% th&ZRtat.ye&r, 4>_% for  each of the next six-years; 5% for each bf the last three years. Denominations  from $50 up. Limit per person $10,000.        ,  So simple to buy ��� on instalments or for'cash atiany bank,investment  dealer, stock broker, truster loan company, or through your company's  Payroll Savings Plan. Order yours today! ,  CANADA SAVINGS BONDS  good for Ytitt'-ond Can-da too! For parents only  By  NANCY CLEAVER  ' ^Children are so  different!"  a mother complained.  "I never know what to expect."  "That's what makes home  life exciting!" her friend answered.  If parents would accept at  the time of a baby's birth the  fact that all children differ,  how much happier life would  toe! How much unnecessary  Sorrow arises from, parents,  especially1 mothers, wanting  their child to be taller, or  heavier, or brighter, or more  friendly to others, than he' is  naturally? There is no one pat;  tern for all children.  In every home with several  children, 'parents often notice  how different they are. It is  important to remember.-that  youngtsters have "feelings"  which, can be hurt. They   are  FOOTWEAR  See our lines of best quality  boots and shoes for men-  sports, work and dress shoes  OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY  Marine   Men's  Wear  ' 'LTD.;  Pth.   886-2116 ������ Gibsons  CANADA  BOND  AT  BBY YOURS  FOR CASH  OR BY  INSTUMEKTS  DOWN PAYMENT OF 5%-  $2.50 FOR A $50 BOND,  $5 FdR A $100 BOND, ETC.  BALANCE IN  EASY INSTALMENTS "  , OVER A YEAR  Bank of  Montreal  WORKING WITH CANADIANS  IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE SWE 1817  By   Nancy  Cleaver  Copyrighted  ���sensitive, when they hear disparaging remarks about themselves, such as, "Tom is not  nearly so clever at school as  John," or "Jean is'such a careless, untidy child ��� quite different from Mary who is neat,  as, a pin about her clothes and  ��� play things," or "Billy is> just  naturally at home with strangers. He'll make up with anyone. But Helen is painfully  shy. She runs and: hides when  I have visitors."  Put , yourself in Tom's or  Jean's or Helen's' place���How  would you like to know your  mother held such a poor opinion of you?     "   ;  Another mistake busy parents sometimes make is in failing to look for some one'thing  each child does well. He needs  sufficient encouragement and  praise so that lie feels he is a  success. Every person chave_,  not only the good opinion of  others, but he_ also needs to  think well of himself. "I'm not  much good at anything," a  teenage girl remarked to a  friend. That girFs mother  should haVe helped her to find  put what she was good at, so  that she wouldn't have had  such a poor estimation of her  own ability..  In some homes a child may  be good at something and we  praised for ; his skill, and because .;'; praise is pleasant he  wants that, job always to be reserved for him. But unless  there is a system of taking  turns in work as well, as in  other things, the other children  in the family get no practice  at .this particular thing. Dorothy may be a marvel at making pie but her younger sister  Linda needs to try ��� her hand  at this too! *  Boys and girls are made on  a different plan. Serious harm  to   a   child's   normal   sex  de-  Printed Pattern  D33S  l6*|feM  Looks like a side-buttoned  coatdress���it's really a smart  istep-in! How clever to eliminate- overhead muss and fuss,  how quick to hop into when  you're in a hurry. Note  sleek  back.  Printed Pattern 9400: Misses' Sizes 12, .14, 16, 18, 20,  Size 16 takes 2% yards 45-  inch fabric. k  Send FORTY CENTS (40c) in  coins (stamps cannot be accepted) for this pattern. Please  print plainly SIZE. NAME, AD-  DRESS, STYLE NUMBER.  Send your order to^MARIAN  MARTIN care of /the Coast  News, Pattern Dept., 60 Front  St. West. Toronto, Ont.  YOU'RE INVITED to a Fall-  Winter fashion spectacular ���  see 100 styles to sew in our  new Pattern Catalog. No matter what size, youll find it! 35c  A single p6nny has never been  more valuable in history as jt is  now, as thrifty shoppers will discover at Lang's Drug Stores in  Sechelt  arid  Gibsons   when  the  Rexall Fall lc Sale begins Monday,- Oct. 16. The sale runs for;  six days from Oct. 16 to 21. Double  quantities   of   regular  drug  store merchandise will be available  at the   regular price, plus  just  one   penny.   Items   include  vitamins,   medicines,   stationery  men's   and women's   cosmetics, .  and   Christmas  gifts.  All items  are top quality Rexall merchandise, freshly stocked, and guaranteed or money back.  velopment in later years may  often be traced to a mother's  disappointment in the. arrival  o_ a- son when she wanted a  daughter (or visa versa) ,re_ult-  ��� ing in her treating her boy like  ���a little girl, overdressing him,  . keeping his hair long and "protecting" him from "those rough  little boys in 'the neighborhood." A girl who is over-encouraged to be. a "tom-tooy"  may also 'discover it hard in  adolescence to find her place  easily with other girls in the  collegiate "gang."-  The differences in children  of about the same age; can  easily be observed at a birthday party. Of a dozen children  eight years old some will be  tall, others short; some fair,  others dark. But the contrast  in their social' aptitude is also  noticeable. Some children will  be friendly and enter the  group eagerly, with the expectation  of having a good  time  uncertain whether  or  not this  "is going to be "fun."  When active or mental game  are played the varying prc-  llciency is again apparent. One  child is quick of mind,; with  excellent; muscle co-ordination;  another, is rather slow at. a  guessing game and a bit awk-  , ward in a motion demanding  skill. In the physical, emotional, and mental growth, the chil-  dr en will vary, in their development. Y      Y       y'  Parents must think' riot only  of the immediate present but  6i the future when they accept  their children as they "are and  show them that they love them  - and are proud of the ways in  whi':lh they excell.  CERAMICS INSTRUCTOR        Coast  News,  Oct.   19,  1961.        3  John Reeve, who conducted  advanced classes in ceramics  at the University of British  Columbia's 1961 s u m m e r  school of the.farts, has;been  recently . appointed instructor  in ceramics. He succeeds: Mr.  Santo Mignosa who is presently teaching at the Kootenay  School of Fine Arts. .,  EASY ON WATER  Don't add extra water -when  cooking leafy vegetables. Just  wash greens thoroughly and  let the water retained on their  VACATION MONEY  Expenditures . by foreign  travellers in Canada in . 1960  reached a record total Of $420,-  000,000, larger by 7.4% than  1959's previous peak. Canadians travelling in foreign  countries in the year spent  $627,000,000.  Others    will    be shy,-retiring, leaves be the cooking water.  &  Serve quarters of lemon the  next    time   you   serve    fresh  'stomach.   The   tartness   of   the  lenion adds zip to -the spinach.  ; Electrical repairs and extensions should, be done by qualified experts.  .������;.'/ -LAND, ACT'   ���������-���������  NOTICE OF   INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land ..Recording District of  Vancouver and situate in the village of Gibsons.  Take notice that R. H. Hammond, of Gibsons, occupation  log salvage, intends to apply for  a'lease of the following described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  at the south east corner of Parcel No. 1, Block B, Lot 686,  thence 300 feet S. 51 degrees 28*  E.; thence 50 feet N 26 degrees  W E.; thence 300 feet N. 51 degrees 28' W.; thence 50 feet S.  26 degrees 30' W. and containing  one third acres, more or less,  for the purpose of private float  for work boat.  > Robert Henry Hammond.  Dated 25th of September. 1961.  (and buy fewer clothes, too!)  Your automatic dryer, makes the most of the new easy-care, wash 'n* wear fabrics. Wash,  dry and wear 'em - all in the same day, with little or no ironing. Fast, easy - and you save  money two ways: you won't have:to buy so many changes and your clothes will last longer!  V _ . ���___^__���� .  It's so easy to take better care of all the family's clothes and linens when you leave the job  to your automatic dryer. You'll like the way dresses, children's clothes, towels and sheets  turn out softer and brighter. And because they avoid weather-wear, things stay new-looking  longer when you dry them the gentle, automatic way!  %.  r  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  . ��l$n your appliance dealer soon - talk ovor Clio wide choice off <  Imodela, with temperature sotting* and cycle timet toeuit evtrytamtfe,  ��vos>- Saintly9* needs. Learn how you can sovo work, time and ttothmf  CjQita-with a now automatic dry or I  B.C. ELE STRICT _  free installation!  Between October 16th and November- 15th, your4 dealer  will be pleased to install your new electric or gas dryer  FREE OF CHARGE ...if your electric or gas service is  adequate. Take advantage of this money-saving offer soon!  -1  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ���J  C  &  S SALES  &  SERVICE  Sechelt, B.C. ��� 885-9713 .  GIBSONS   HARDWARE   LTD.  Phone 886-2442  RICHTER'S   RADIO   &  TV   CENTRE  Sechelt, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-9777  GIBSONS  ELECTRIC  Gibsons, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-9325  PARKER'S  HARDWARE/LTD.  Sechelt, B.C. ��� ^a   885-2171  JOHN   WOOD   HARDWARE   &   APPLIANCES  Gibs-iits, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-2331 Bargain  SOLE AGENTS ON SUNSHINE COAST  .'for-      ...   \.     ...4i  MILLS PAINT SALES LTD.  Vancouver  Phone 886^9333 "  OPENING  J. J. Rogers & Son, Painting Contractors, Gibsons,  B.G are pleased to announce thatr they have received  the exclusive Agency from Milte-'aint Sales for the  Sechelt Peninsula. We are opjening a Paint and Variety  Store tafill the needs of the people with a top quality  paint at a low price. A special discount,will gladly be  given to Paint Coutractors on the Peninsula. The  Store is located on Chaster Road just off Pratt Road,  just foUow the signs to tl^e Bargain Centre.  FOR  FURTHER INFORMATION Ph.  886-9333  Store Opens 9 a.m. Wed. Oct. 18  Open Daily 9 aim. to 9 p.m.  Special InWoctory Offer  ���  -���  :  $5.95  .. $1^49  ... $5.95  A $1.49  .... $5.95  ... $1.49  SUPERTEX LATEX PAINT ��� AU Colors  *'���'���     1 gaL ��� reg. $6.95   k kkkk:..:~.  1 qt. -r- reg. $1,89 ,-....,.-..--.....----  SEMI-GLOSS ENAMELS ��� All Colors  1 gal. ���  reg. $6.95 ...........:.......���...-  1 qt. ���- reg $1.89 ���k--r���k~Y.:���...........  ALKYDE FLAT FINISH ^. AU Colors  1 gal. ��� IregA $6.95    ...I.........   1 qt. ��� reg. $1.89     :.........    SUPER-GLOSS ENAMELS ��� All Colors  1 gal. ��� reg. $6,95 ......... XX... $5.95  1 qt.��� reg. $1.89 ���- $1.49  INTERIOR UNDERCOAT  1 gal. -��� reg. $6.45      .: ,- $5.45  1 qt. ��� reg. $1.70    ,.i...  $1.39  TOP QUALITY VARNISH  1 gal. ��� reg. $5.95 ,...:.....:- $4.99  1 qt. - reg. $1.63 -  $1.29  PORCH AND DECK PAINTS  1 gal. ��� reg: $6,95     k   .: .,..:.. ........ $5.95  1 qt. ������ reg. $1.89     ... - . .. ..:k. -:.    $1.49  P. V. :A�� SEALER  1 gal.��� reg. $6,45    ,....- '.,......     ...,-.<$5.45  1 qt. ��� reg. $1.70      ,. ^���,.^.r - --- $1?39  Paint thinner, 1 gal. r.;Y:.^~.k$1.49  I  PAINT BRUSHES ��� rubberset    v  4"���$2.99       3V_�����$2.19       3"���$1.99  2��/2"���$1.59       2"���99^        1V_"���89^       1M-  -79^  Plastic Sheets 8* by 12'  ���...  1.A..1.  .:. 79# and S9��>  Putty 1 lb. cans 23^ 5 lb, cans 99��  Masking Tape 30' rolls W width,���reg. 39c , 29?  Sandpaper, all grades, 3 sheets for ............������.��� 10��  Bargain Centre -Variety  Thermos Bottles, while they last   ............... J.... 75^. ea.  Cups land Saucers, all colors  Rowling Shoe Bags, blue plaid   .  Bath Towels X.v......\   Terry Dish Towels, good quality  Towel sets, gift boj-��~l AAZ...  Pillow Cases        Work Sox  59< to *&*  Tow-dine Shirts $6.95  29^ set  ..............,-��� $1.-59,.   ���...... 69^  , .'59^  $1;25 to'$2;75   $1.25 per pair  Dress Socks 59< to SO*  Dress Shirts $3    v  Work Pants $3.50 Z-     Work Shirts $3  Mend Work Jadk^fe-:'k.L::...;:..........:.,..:,'i$C.05" to $8.95  Rain' clothes, Pants and Jacket, Yellow Safety..Color  complete set $11.45  Tee Shirts $1 Shorts 95^  &>'  WAR  SURPLUS  Navy Sweaters $1.50 ��w?h Field Jackets $2.45  Kitchen Stools, newly painted   ....................���.���. $1.99  Sechelt News  BY MRS. A.A. FRENCH  Members from Sechelt Auxiliary to Canadian Legion were  present at the yearly luncheon  meeting at Roberts Creek. Sechelt members were Mesdames  Biggs, Browning, Kennedy, Mitchell, French, Campbell, D. Erickson, Fraser, Kydd, Lucken,  Batchelor, Weaver, Bing and  Burrell. A hot turkey dinner was  enjoyed. Mrs. Ellen Brown of  Vancouver, district representative, was speaker'.  Visiting here ior the winter  months is Mrs. Theodore Ross  of Prince Edward Island.- She  will be with her daughter, Mrs.  Tom Lamb.  The successful dance in the  Legion hall by the Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital was  convened by Mrs. T. Duffy and  Mrs: C. McDermid who had  many hours work to make the  evening outstanding. The buffet  was beautifully arranged and  floral arrangement donated ��� by  Anne's Flower Shop very attractive and special touches by Mrs.  Bob Norminton were appreciated. The W.A. thanks all who  helped to make the evening so  enjoyable and hopes to hold such,  another in the near future.  Mrs. EYE. Redman is away  for a few days in Port Alberni  and Mrs. Mabel MacFarlane in  Vancouver.  Mr. A. A. Cawley, an old time  resident of Sechelt area who has  been a patient in St. Mary's Hospital is now staying with Mrs.  W. Brown at Madeira Park.  Roberts Creek  (By Madge Newman)  Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Monks had  a pleasant surprise When Mr. p.  Branalow : of Montreal visited  them. Mr. Branalow 'and Mr.  Monk's cousin have been associates for 40 years in the east and  when business brought Mr. Branalow to Winnipeg, he flew to  Vancouver and thence to Roberts Creek to visit his friend's  family, f  The Roberts Creek school children have made a good start towards their Credit Union savings  plan for the term and Don MacKenzie has become the third winner of the CU. prize, a bank, for  savings to the amount of $50 for  this year.  The Dan Wells of Beach Avenue have enjoyed a visit from  their daughter Mrs. Benedet and  children, Gale, Ronnie, and Su-.  san.of Vancouver.   - <���.  'Mr."and Mrs? M. MacKenzie  accompanied their guest, Mr.  Bryan Calvert, of.England and,  Vanderhoof, to Vancouver Wednesday - and saw him 'safely  aboard the Arcadia' bound, for  Sydney, Australia.  Mr. and Mrs. Harold r Rhein-  hardt of Victoria have been the  guests at the Norton home for  several  days. ',  Mr. and Mrs. C. Handy with  Kent and Dale, have been guests  of Mr.  and Mrs.   W. T. Handy.  Because of illness coupled with  bad weather, there was no one  in attendance at the Pottery last  / Thursday. It is hoped next Thursday , will be more successful.  BABY  CHRISTENED  The three-month-old daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Murray King,  Gibsons,; was christened Patricia  Ann at a ceremony Sunday atr2  p.m. in* St. Bartholome w's  Church. Canon H. U.-Oswald Officiated: Godparents were Mr.  and Mrs. Alec Anderson, and  Mrs. Gillian Hebden Taylofr.  Grandparents are "Mrs. Esther  King and Mr. and Mrs. C. G.  Lucken. Parents entertained the  family and guests to tea following the  ceremony.   ..'  Make your   peftnieg work for  you. two of any item listed in  your hew Fall Rexall One  Cent  -Sale advertisement for the price  of one; plus'; on penny: Monday^  Tuesday,   Wednesday, Thursday,  Friday   and- Saturday,   October  . 16,  17, 18i  19, 20 and 21. More  f than 358 bargains to choose froin.  Lang's Rexall Drug Store,   Gibsons   and   Sechelt.   TWICE   AS  MUCH  FOR  A  PENNY  MORE  ��� REXALL FALL lc SALE.  Joke of the Week  "���Please" give  your  father  his glassesl"  Charged by the crew of the  RCMP patrol boat Advance,  Barry Pegg of Vancouver was  fined ' $20 in Magistrate Andrew  Johnston's police court for failing to have proper navigation  lights on his pleasure craft.  John Harold Stewart of Port  Mellon was fined $20 for being  a minor in possession of v beer.  Appearing on a similar charge  two weeks later, Stewart was  fined an additional $50.  Robert Barry Grouse of Pender Harbour' was fined $25 for  failing to stop the car he was  driving when ordered to do so  by RCMP. On a second charge,  he was charged jointly with John  Allan Moore of Selma Park.  They were fined $50 each for being minors in possession of liquor  Lloyd Jackson of Sechelt was  fined $50 and had his drivers'  license cancelled for an indefinite period when he was found intoxicated behind the steering  wheel of a-car at Sechelt.  .  William Butler of Gibsons was  fined $50 for being a minor found  in a Licensed Premises.  Oscar Johnson of Gibsons was  fined $10 for making, a "U" turn  on Marine Drive at Gibsons.  William Eleseo of Lillooet was  . fined $150 and had his drivers'  license suspended 30 days for  impaired driving. He was apprehended by the RCMP at West  Sechelt.  Walter Lester Sacrey of Sechelt was sentenced to four  months at Oakalla on each of  four charges of breaking and entering.: An 18 year old youth who  assisted Sacrey in breaking and  , entering, received a one year suspended sentence under probation.  Leonard Johnson of Sechelt  was fined $10 for being intoxicated on an Indian Reserve. Arrested with Johnson was Irene  and Albert Louie, and Cyprian  and Margie August who were-  fined $10 each for possession of  liquor on an Indian Reserve.  George Benson of Gibsons was  fined $25 for failing to pull his  car to the. right and come to a  stop on the highway when an  emergency vehicle was sounding  a siren and flashing red emergency lights. L. F. Cashman,  barrister, of Vancouver,- appeared for the crown and Earl Dawe,  barrister, of Gibsons appeared  for the defendant. The charge  arose fas a result of an accident  at Sechelt Highway and Pratt  Rd. on.July 5. .'  Jerry Herrlan of Vancouver  was found guilty .of operating a  pleasure craft off Germaine Island in Pender Harbour without  proper navigation lights. He was  firie#;$25YY/Y yy  Eniie Joe of Sechelt was fined  $100 and his drivers license can-  ceiled for six months oh a charge  of driving while his ability was  impaired by alcohol.  Barry Frohock of. White Rock  was found guilty of carrying a  gun without, a firearms license.  He was fined $10. ; t  John .Divall. of Madeira "Park  was fined'$50 .when found guilty -  of, driving without due care > and  attention .��� near Secret Cove.  Joseph Latham of Port Mellon-  was fined\$50^when found guilty''  of being intoxicated ori the Gov-:  ernment wharf at Gibsons.  4       Coast.News, Oct.. 19, 1961.   _J���: :���'.)'.}.: .  Prepare for  Clifford Anthony Isberg' of  North Burnaby was fined $50-for  consuming" beer on the Black  Ball Ferry wharf at Langdale.  - Lloyd Jeffries of Sechelt was  fined $25 and salmon valued at  $10 were seized. Jeffries was  found, guilty of gill netting in a  prohibited area.  During the past month 15  speeders paid a total of $375 in  fines.  Fire    destroy  growing timber. -  game     and  ' 'Roberts Creek'"'Legfbn thanks  Gibsons  Legionjan&.'otners   for  'their patronage at< their"Thanks-  ' giving smorgasbofdj^whicli  was  quite  a.success.  At the last general meeting,  plans were made for Remembrance Day, Nov. 11, with muster at Post Office at 10:4* a.m.,  .parade to cenotaph, service and  laying of wreaths, then refreshments in hall. In the evening  there will be a smorgasbord" and  social.  The Ladies Zone meeting was  enjoyed by the 57 members who  attended. Mrs. - E. Brown, district representative, was in the  chair. The six auxiliaries decided not to form their,own district  council until a future  date.  ���  ���  Charlie & Terry say .  With every pair of brand new  Town & Country Tire purchases  ������������zMffiiktWvtoz  See us or callous,for farther:details  Peninsula Tire Centre  Charlie and Terry  PHONE 886-2572  Journey into Spain  Outstanding film showing the  Spanish way of life.  To be shown by Dr. Carles, president of tha  Spanish Christian Mission    *  First showing- in Western Canada  Glad Tidings Tabernacle  Wednesday, October 25  ' 8, p.m.  .     ALL WELCOME  1. One only model 10/10 Lawrence donkey  Chrysler vpowered ��� sled ��� no rigging   -  2. One only model 900 New Westminster donkey  Chrysler^^ powered��� sled -- no rigging ....  3. One only 10/10 Lawrence donkey ��� Chrysler  powered ��� good sled ~ fully rigged ��� lines  4. One only used Cobra portable rock drill  (cost new $900) i X.:.:    AX..:::! .:.:xX.~..!.~  ���  $5,000  $ y4S0  Madeira Park B.C. - Phone TU 3-2233  5S XatVL* Wkec\^QjC4u;����^  770���CROCHETED JACKET AND CAP, worked in a straight  piece. The boy.'s has plain bands at neck, sleeve, cap edge; girl's  has ruffles. It's a lovely set.-Directions.  995���MARVELOUS HOSTESS GIFT or.for a shower! The crocheted swan pocket keeps the washcloth safe with the towel.  Directions for 71/_Jinch swan in string; edging; smaller in No. 30.  507���SANTA'S FAVORITE PINAFORE of organdy, nylon, Or  cotton, delights a child. Santa Claus pockets lend a "fun" touch,  on this, pinafore. Transfer; pattern 4, 6, 8. State size. .'  FREIGHT & PASSENGER TAXI SERVICE  Cessna   _70   &  Cessna  180 ;  The first and  largest permanently established  commercial  seaplane base in Sechelt  GAS  & OIL FOR AVIATION & MARINE  Phone 885-9500 ��� residence 885-2143  WE'RE ON OUR WAY!  '���'"^Y��� SECHELT'^A^'%^R^^sZ%���Z^^'''  ���      "Porpoise Bay, Secheli, ,B.C.- f  <Z: $iftWt$E��z-  R. S. Rhode s  ..;.-.��� Doctor of Optometry  .204 Vancouver. Block  ^.>.*4 >^,^nc^uv^,^,C. ,k yi  Announces he will be in Sechelt  'Z^-Az^f^^MU^Zzx!'';-  For an appointment for eye examination phone  Sechelt Beauty Parlor, 885-9525        ,  Iftajiyone desires any adjustment or repair to their  present glasses I. will be pleased to be.of service.'.  1  Announcement  ir J; fl; 6; (Jim)  Will continue the Insurance Agency operated by  his late father, Mr. .LH^I^mmdnd  REPRESENTING^ ]'A\y4''AZZA ::': ;  The Guardian -; Caledonian Insurance Group-  The Hartford Fire Insurance Group  The British Traders Insurance Co.  YfprY.k-Y 1 "Y-Y-. ..,������  Fire; Automobile,; Marine, Liability, Burglary Insurance Z-  r\'A .A.   k^Y and ���Y-Yf-ff ���������������^- f -:'.-\/^  The Sun life Assurance? Co., of; Canada"     _<��v.  Phone 886-7751 or 886-2390  Gibsons  WMl ScliS district flo. 46  Dates of  Here are some excerpts from  to see my class!  letters written home by Shirley  Linton, former teacher at Gibsons Elementary School, who  this, year is teaching in Hawaii.  "Greetings from alpha land. ;":  In spite of the arrival hour being  one'/.o'clock  in  the   iriorning .we  were greeted at the plane in the  traditional: Hawaiian    manner,  hula dancers, and lovely, flower  leis. The airfwas full of a ginger  perfiimiBZand Hawaiian music. It  was very warm,  but not  much  different fromf what it was like  in Vancouver all   summer.   Y"  As you know the hour was too  late to go to the Y.W. where fi  will be staying, so my>first.night  was spent in  a cottage, attached to a hotel, on Waikiki Beach.  ,What a fabulous place  this  is!  'The.   sea" is   an   impossible-tp-  f believe deep   blue, ."and  at. my  first   morning   glimpse"  of   it   I  put on myf.bathing suit and went  splashing in -first thinglf/The wa-  'ter is   wonderful,   about 75   degrees, very salty and even moK  buoyant than at Lyncrest,  Roberts  Creek.       Y ';  *     * f" *    '  The white ships,   bright  flowers and exotic trees of those travel folders I used to pore over,  all are here for" real;   and  just  as. exciting  as  my  imagination  had pictured them.  Tb  my  delight   there  is   greenery   everywhere. They've gone out of their  way' to  preserve  the. trees  and  swaying palms line the   street^;  Billboards are banned so there  is nothing  to  spoil  the   natural  beauty. Music is everywhere and  Jeanie and I went for a ride in  an outrigger canoe yesterday,  and it was quite an experience!  You paddle like mad to catch  up with the big waves, then ride  in on them-for what seems to be  a long time. It's really fun!  We also have had a trip around  Oahu Island by jeep. It was a  drive yourself'deal and we had  the jeep for a day. It was a most  interesting experience, and gave  us our first glimpse of how life  is lived and has been ; lived '.by .���  the Hawaiians .on their lovely islands for many long years. Actually life, outside of Honolulu, is  continuing much the same as it  did a hundred years ago.  *,��_.''      ���__        '*��-���  *r�� ���      *t*     ��� '��*  At Lane Bay, a lovely spot,  we attended a hukelau, which is  a fishing party where everyone  helps pull in the netskl'shall remember it most for thef, Hawaii-  art music. '.'���..everyone sang and  sang, and there' were lots1 of guitars and ukeleles. Then there  was a luau, the native feast  when a pig is roasted, after being wrapped iri taro leaves then  buried in the ground to be cooked. I-did riot enjoy the Hawaiian meat dishes, but the fruit is  delicious, and I don't think I will  ever tire of either papaya or  pineapple.  In spite of the green mountains  which are the background of  Oahu Island, the scenery is very  different from B.C. The green  growth is tropical and lush,  leaves are huge on many plants,  flowers are exotic, and the birds  USE FOR OLD SOCKS  When moving heavy furniture,  slip old woolen socks over the  legs to prevent marking floors.  If furniture has flattened the pile  of a rug, steam it for a few minutes either with a steam iron  or with a folded wet cloth under  a  dry iron.  MOTORIST MAGAZINE  A new full-color magazine,  called B.C. Motorist, will be published by the B.C. Automobile  Association. First issue will appear Dec. 1. It will replace  Headlight, the house organ  which has been sent to BCAA  members for the. past 12 years.  Mitchell Press will print the new  magazine which will start with a  circulation of 60,000. Editor is  Don Bruce, BCAA public relations manager.  Coast. News*, uOct; A19* J961.       5  Have electrical wiring checked before winter sets in.  Men, you have lucky days coming. It's the original Rexall lc  Sale. Buy razor blades, shaving  creams, lotions, toothpaste, pock  et combs, writing pads, leather  bill folds, and more than 350  other bargains. at one cent each  when you buy one more of the  same item at the regular price.  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 16, i7, 18,- 19, 20 and 21,  Lang's Rexall Drug Store, Sechelt and Gibsons. TWICE AS  MUCH FOR A PENNY MORE  ��� REXALL FALL lc SALE.  DON'T PAINT WAX  Paint will riot adhere to wax  and care should be taken in  painting anything which might  have been waxed. Otherwise, the  paint may peel or chip. The surface should be scrubbed first  with soap and water, then given  a good rubbing with turpentine  to remove. every trace of wax. .  If any gloss remains, rub it.  lightly with a fine  sandpaper.   '  GIBSONS  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DURQID ROOFS  Rerobfing & Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  Gibsons Rural  Oct.  23 at 8 p.m.  ..School Hall, Gibsons. .  'Port Mellon   f  Oct;  23 at 8 p:m.  Port Mellon School   Y  'Roberts Creek  Oct.  24 at 8 p.m.  Roberts Creek-School  Halfmoon Bay  Oct.  24 at 8 p.m.  Halfmoon  Bay School  .Irvines .Landing  Ocfc  24 at 8 p.m.;  Irvines Landing School  Bowen  Island {  Oci!  25 at 8 p.m.  Bowen Island School  Sechelt  Oct  25 at 8 p.m.  Trail Bay School     ,  Pender Harbour  Oct.  26 at 8 p.m.  Madeira Park- School  Davis Bay :'  Oct.  27 ait ,8 p.ni.  Davis Bay* School  'j  ���'                 1                V  Gambier Island  'Oct.  28 at 2 p.Eok  Veterans'   Memorial  Hall  ��� Egmont  Oct.:  27 at 8 p.m.  Egmont School  there's   a   perpetual   feeling   of     are colorful,  and the ones   I've  noticed, very different from any  we have around Lyncrest but I'm  going to learn more about them,  and their names. Another interesting thing I'-ve noticed. . .the  day and night are sharply divided with  no twilight!  As' school begins next week,  ,my next letter will be all about  teaching in Hawaii. Greetings to  air our friends."  gaiety, along with a .casual relaxed manner of living that J?  most refreshing. The Hawaiian  ���people that we've met seem to  exude a natural .friendliness, arid  the one thing they have in common we've noticed, is that they  all love Hawaii. ":  As you can imagine, I cbuldri?t  wait to catch an" outside glimpsfe  of the school where I am to.teach  arid  I must sayvit  more  .than  measured up to what I-had", pictured. The  setting is   beautiful,  in   country, Yl^^^^oijyading^,  apart altogether from Honolulu;  Frear Hall, the building in \vhieh  I will be teaching, is bnef;of the  oldest buildings .on^thef cJiinpusY  and at  oneytime M^^gtiyeWP'  pi-'s mansion. Two hugeirbanyq?>  trees frame the' frorit of fit-������' aria"  there is flbtsf bf   grassf;for -the;  children to play 'on; ���:.and;oh yes; -  I   even   saw  little   bicycles   dn  which   they,--, may   ride   during'  "break" time. J can .hardly wait  BACKHOE & LOADER  ^-^=Sii_Y'��  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT   NYGREN    .���    Ph. 886-2350  SECHELT  SHOWS'-'UtART AT 8 p.m.  OCTOBER,  Fn? 20 ^ Sat. 21 ���Mon. 23  .  Edward G.RobisSori,        :.  '-:', AZAl-' ZZ:J:4\Ficyd'l!^eigery.4  ���'���'".' seven thieves ��� Z  UNDER TEN FLAGS will be  shown Oct. 27, 28, 30, starring  Van Heflin &   Charles Laughton  Coast Construction Co.  PLENTY OF/ ELBOW IIOOM -TOR THE GROWING  FAMILY  INTHISFOUR BEDROOM HOME     f   '  FOR FREE ESTIMATES OM     1!  DRIVEWAYS ���' PATIOS -- PAkKING LOTS  SERVICE STATIONS, etc; r  Phone 886-2600 br 8862178,��� Gibsons  ^   4  SEPTIC TANK SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck now Operating  TANKS BUILT OR REPAIRED  DRAINAGE FIELDS INSTALLED  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  WANT ADS  ARE   REAL  SALESMEN  fLlH   VS.   1300  Plan No. 1300 (copyright; No.-117093)  If a well planned home with plenty of bedrooms for a growing  family is your..desire itheh this is the home for you, especially  if you wish to attaih tihife in rot: too larga an area. .-\.  It's designed with living room, dining room kitchen and orie  bedroom across the back; and *is particularly suitable $or a lot  sloping to the rear, with a, view; so that the balcony can be used  to "fullest, advantage. . 4  '   Entry with open stairwell, three bedrooms and carport are the  front? features of this good family home. Your lot should slope  fairly sharply ito tihe rear so that you can have the benefit of a  full depth,of the house at the back and still maintain a sleek  low look at the front.      Y   .     ,f      ......  The carport roof extends over the entry of the house so that there  is protection from .the weather.-JWheh. entering from the. front,  but there is also an entry to the kitchen from the carport. The  U shaped kirtchen, planned for efficiency features an eating bar,  vvhile th.p effpct-o- a hallway is created by a louvred wall at the  end of the dining area.  The fireplace on the end wall of the living rooon leaves a spacious uncluttered area  for; furniture  arrangement.  Master bed-  -. rooms features dpuble clothes. ek>set for for Mr. and Mrs.  Vertical siding with  cedar shakes wpuld look very   attractive  pnf).th.�� ouV'fli? of the house, and'of course planters and shrubs  at,���: later date will do a most effective job of glamorizing its  appearance. .,'. k  Working   drawings   are  available for this home, designed for  YNkH.A. ��� approval,    from the Building Centre  (B.C;) Ltd.,   116  "East Broadway, Vancouver  10.  New edition of Select Hom&s Designs Plan Book.available,. . .  send 25c to cover coat of mailing and handling.  'f  I  $2  .95  per GAL.  per QT.  GENUINE GENERAL MOTORS  ETHYLENE GLYCOL ANTIFREEZE  Have your radiator checked today  ABSOLUTELY FREE  i Peninsula Motor Products  I (1957) LTD.  I WILSON CREEK ��� Ph. 885-2111  | YOUR LOCAL GENERAL MOTORS. DEALER  I KEEP LOCAL PEOPLE EMPLOYED  | SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE  ___������.-___  mmm mmm  I Here are some excerpts from  to see my class!  770���CROCHETED JACKET AND CAP, worked in a straight  piece. The boy's Jiasiplairi. bands -at-rieck, sWeve,i cap edge; girl's  has ruffles. It's a lovely set.-Directions.    k '  995���MARVELOUS HOSTEtSS GIFT or for a shower! The crocheted swan pocket keeps the washcloth safe with the towel.  Directions for 7V_:.inch swan in string; edging; smaller in No. 30.  507���SANTA'S  FAVORITE PINAFORE  of organdy,  nylon,  or  cotton, delights a child. Santa Claus pockiets lend a "fun" touch  on thisf pinafore. Transfer; pattern 4, 6, 8. State size.  FREIGHT & PASSENGER TAXI  SERVICE  Cessna   170   & Cessna  180 Y  The first ,and largest permanently established  commercial  seaplane base in Sechelt Y  GAS  & OIL FOR AVIATION & MARINE  Phone 885-9500 ���-residence; 885-2143  WE'RE ON OUR WAY!  \...  Porpoise Bay, Sechelt. .B.C.  N O TI C E  R. S. Rhodes  Doctor of Optometry'  204 Vancouver Block  ll^,Z ^X$^^^'Z�����AX'AX ���'  Announces he will be in Sechelt  :K  .  \: m>4Wffi^^^$$Z:Z-;'  For an appointment for eye examination phone  Sechelt Beauty Parlor, 885-9525 y  If Ta|iyone desires any adjustment or repair to their  present glasses I will be pleased to be.of service/,  .  letters written home by Shirley  Linton, former teacher at Gibsons Elementary School, who  this! year is teaching in Hawaii.  "Greetings from alpha land.'.'.:  In spite of the arrival hour being  one .o'clock in  the  morning vye  were greeted at the plane in the  traditional A. Hawaiian,    manner 1  hula dancers  and lovely; flower  , leis. The air. was full' of a ginger  : perfume and Hawaiian music. It  ���>; was very warm,   but not  much  different from what it was :. like  in Vancouver all   summer.   .^  As you know the hour.was tp6  late to go to the Y.W. where  I  will be staying, so myr first .night  was spent in  a cottage, attachedtof a hotel, on Waikiki Beach.  ;What  a fabulous  place   this: ,1s!  'The.   seafis   an   impossible-ttf-  believe deep . blue, .and  at   my  first   morning   glimpse   of  it;I  put on my bathing suit arid went  splashing in first^ thing!f^he wa.-  'ter is   wonderful,   about 75   degrees, very salty and even mora  buoyant than at Lyncrest,  Roberts  Creek.        '-. ::' l'-A  "                   *     *     * yV  The white  ships,   bright   flowers and exotic trees of those travel folders I used to pore over,  all are here for - real;  and  just  as   exciting  as  my imagination  had  pictured them. To  my  delight   there   is   greenery   everywhere. They've gone out of their  ���way'to preserve  the. trees   and  swaying palms line the  streetsk  Billboards are banned so therp  is nothing to spoil, the naturfj  beauty. Music is everywhere and  there's a perpetual feeling of  gaiety, along with a casual fre:  taxed manner of living that Jj  most refreshing. The Hawaiian  ���people that we've met seem to  exude a natural .friendliness^ arid  the one thing they have in common we've noticed, is .that .they  all love Hawaii. YY  As you ��� can iiriagirie, I couldn't '  wait to catch an: outside glimpsfe  of the school where I am to teach  arid; I  must say   it   more ;:thah  measured up to what I-had-pic-,  tured. The  setting is   beautiful,  in   country^kljke, .^ygmdingi,  apart altogether :from Honolulu.  Frear Hall, the building in which  i will be teaching, is-pneiof the  oldest buildings .on \theff campus Y  f and at one ftimfe wias. ^ govern?'  fpr's marisionkTwo hugef*banyQ(n  tr<aes framefthe front, offit^' aritT'  there is flbtsf Pf - grass'; for: thie;  children to play'on. : .and-oh yes; ~  I   even   saw   little   bicycles   dn  which   they.-, may   ride   during:*,  ''break''; time. I can .hardly wait      ���  Jeanie and I went for a ride in  an outrigger canoe yesterday,  and it was quite an experience!  You paddle like mad to catch  up with the big waves, then ride  in on them-for what seems to be  a long time. It's really fun!  We also have had a trip around  Oahu Island by jeep. It was a,  drive yourself .deal and we had  the jeep for a.day. It was a .most  interesting experience, and gave  us our first glimpse of how .life  is lived and has been ; lived by  the Hawaiians pn their lovely islands for many long years. Actually life, outside of Honolulu, is  continuing much the same as it  did a hundred: years ago.  n* '���'.. ;*** ���������*!*  .  At Laiie Bay, a lovely spot,  we attended a hukeiau, which is  a fishing party where; everyone  helps pull in the nets.>_'shall remember it most for tHef Hawaiian music. ..everyone sang and  sang, and there1 were lots* of guitars and ukeleles. Then there  was a luau, the native feast  when a pig is roasted, after being wrapped in taro leaves then  buried in the ground to be cooked. I did not enjoy the Hawaiian meat dishes, but the fruit is  delicious, and I don't think I will  ever tire of either papaya or  pineapple.  In spite of the green mountains  which are the background of  Oahu Island, the scenery is very  different from B.C. The green  growth is tropical and lush,  leaves are huge on many, plants,  flowers are exotic, and the birds  are colorfiilYand the ones I've  noticed, very different from any  we have around Lyncrest but I'm  going to learn.more about them,  arid their names. Another interesting thing I've noticed. . .the  day and night are sharply divided with  no twilight!  As school begins next week,  my next letter will be all about  teaching in Hawaii. Greetings to  all our friends."  SECHELT  SHOWS START AT 8 p.m.  OCTOBER  Fri: 20 ��� Sat. 21 ��� Mon. 23  Edward G. Robiason, .���   :k  ���k"        ���   AAA ZZ Rodf Steigerf', '���.  ' SEVENkTHIEVES ''ix.z  UNDER TEN FLAGS will be  shown Oct. 27, 28, 30, starring  Van Heflin &   Charles Laughton  PLENTY AOF ELBOW ROOM POR THE: GROWING TAMILY  ]    IN THIS>FOUR BEDROOM HOME "; 4  Announcement  ^.fl; fi(Jiin)  .  -iv*    '. '���-*;,  Will continue the Insurance Agency operated by  his late .father, Mr. J.'H< Drummond  REPRESENTING .  The Guardian ���-; Caledonian Insurance Group-  The Hartford Eire Insurance Group  The British Traders insurance Co.   k'  X\qx.AZA-zA; :A'':'iAr:,.zA '���/ '.;���  Fire, Automobile, Marine, Liability, Burglary insurance"  ���1'   1 ' '    4   ��� ���        YVYand'kk;;Y^   --^ ."���.'���'' 'YY   '.'    ''  The Sun Life Assiria^^ $���:.  Phone 886-7751 or 886-2390    ���     Gibsons  __  USE FOR OLD SOCKS  When moving heavy furniture,  slip old woolen socks over the  legs to prevent marking floors.  If furniture has flattened the pile  of a rug, steam it for a few minutes either with a steam iron  or with a folded wet cloth under  a  dry  iron.  MOTORIST MAGAZINE  A new full-color magazine,  called B.C. Motorist, will be published by the B.C. Automobile  Association. First issue will appear Dec. 1. It will replace  Headlight, the house organ  which has been sent to BCAA  members for the. past 12 years.  Mitchell Press will print the new  magazine which will start with a  circulation of 60,000. Editor is  Don Bruce, BCAA public relations manager.  Coast. News*. Oct.;. 19��� I9S1.       5  Have electrical wiring checked before winter sets in.  Men, you have lucky days coming. It's the original Rexall lc  Sale. Buy razor blades, shaving  creams, lotions, toothpaste, pock  et combs, writing pads, leather  bill folds, and more than 350  other bargains at one cent each  when you buy one more of the  same item at .the regular price.  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21,  Lang's Rexall Drug Store, Sechelt and Gibsons. TWICE AS  MUCH FOR A PENNY MORE  ��� REXALL FALL lc SALE.  DON'T PAINT WAX  Paint will not adhere to wax  and care should be taken in  paintirig anything which might  have been waxed. Otherwise, the  paint may peel or chip/ The surface should be scrubbed first  with soap and water, then given  a good rubbing with turpentine  to remove.every trace of wax. ���  If any gloss remains, rub it  lightly with a fine  sandpaper.   !  GIBSONS  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DUROID ROOFS  Reroofing __ Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  BACKHOE & LOADER  *<T --"*r***s_3,  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT   NYGREN    ���    Ph. 886-2350  Coast Construction Co  FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON  DRIVEWAYS������' PATIOS ��� PACKING LOTS?  SERVICE STATIONS, etc;  Phone 886-2600 or 886 2178,��� Gibsons  SEPTIC TANK SERVICE  ' i ���  Pump Tank Truck now Operating  TANKS BUILT OR REPAIRED  DRAINAGE FIELDS INSTALLED  by  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  ���J LIN   VS.   I3O0  1300   sa.ff. *  CAK FOKT  I  4  SecheltkSchcjol iJiiricilo. 46  Dates of Annual Meetings  Gibsons Rural Oct.  Port Mellon   , Oct;  'Roberts Creek Oct.  'Halfmoon Bay Oct.  Irvines jJjinding Oct;  Bowen  Islandf Oct.  Sechelt Oct.  Pender Harbour Oct.  i ���    ,     ....,      ..   .  Davis. Bay Oct.  Gambier Island Oct.  ; Egmont        '���..','.,; Oct.;  23 at 8 p.ni.    School Hall, Gibsons. .  23 at 8 p.m.    Port Mellon School ��� Y; ���  24 at "���_".p.m.    Roberts Creek-School  24 at 8 p.m.    Halfmoon  Bay School  24 at 8 p.m.,  Irvines Landing School  25'at.8:p.m. ' Bowen  Island School  25 at 8 p.m.   Trail Bay School/.���'.,  26 at 8 p.m.   Madeira Park School  27 ait 8 p.ni.   Davis Bay* School  28 .at 2 p'.__;' Veterans' Memorial  Hall  27 at 8 p\m.   Egmont School  WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  Plan No. 1300 (copyright No. 117093)  If a well planned home with plenty of bedrooms for a growing  family is your, desire then this is the home for you, especially  if you wfeh tio attain tJiis in rot too large an area.  It'5 designed with living room, dining room kitchen and, one  bedroom aiross the backhand is particularly suitable tor a loc  sloping to the rear.with a viewyo that the balcony can be used  to'fullest, advantage. "f +h  Entry with open stairwell, three bedrooms and carport are the  front-features oi this good family home. Your lot should slope  fairly sharply ito tthe rear so that yovi can have the benefit of a  full depth of the house at the back and still maintain a sleek  low look at the front. ,    f ,..:...  The carport roof extends over the entry of the house so that there  is protection from . the weather ^when; entering from the front,  but there is also an entry to the kitchen from the carport.-The  U shaped kvtchen, planned for efficiency features an eating bar,  v-'hile th? effpct of a hallway is created by a louvred wall at the  end of the dining area. f  The -ireplace on the end wall of the living room leaves a spacious uncluttered area for : furniture fafra,ngement. Master bedrooms features doubles clotjiek- oloset for for Mr. and Mrs.  Xertical siding with cedar shakes fw^ould look very attractive  on, tho ou^^? of, the house, ahi^ of course planters and shrubs  at.k later date will do a most effective job of glamorizing its  appearance. .,'. *;    '  Working   drawings   are  available for this home, designed for  NJf.A.   'aporoval,    from the Building  Centre  (B.C.) Ltd.,   116  "Bast Broadway^ Viaticouver  10.  New edition of Select Hom^s Designs Plan Book.available.. . .  send 25c to cover coat of mailing and handling.  I  I  I  $2-95  per GAL.  per QT.  GENUINE GENERAL MOTORS  ETHYLENE GLYCOL ANTIFREEZE  (1957) LTD.  WILSON GREEK ��� Ph. 885-2111  YOUR LOCAL GENERAL MOTORS. DEALER  KEEP LOCAL PEOPLE EMPLOYED  SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE  I  I  �����__��. ��_^ ;  i  Have your radiator checked today  |  1 ABSOLUTEtl FREE  i   ���. I  i Peninsula Motor Products!  i  i  i  i  i This week's RECIPE  NAPQLEON���ByMcBride  6       Coast News,  Oct. 19,  1961.  This meal - in - one - dish is  quick and easy to prepare. It  utilizes a package of beef  noodle soup to add flavor and  nutrition, as well as to save  time.  A tasty green salad with  French dressing is all you will  (need to prepare for a well-  irounded menu, as this recipe  includes meat, vegetables and  {noodles. Popovers w��uld be a  Special treat with this quick  Supper dish and would add  just the touch that will make  the reputation one of "par ex-  (cellence."    ,  Quick Supper Dish  Vz box (or 4 oz.) medium wide  noodles  2 tablespoon   fat   or   shortening  1 pound ground beef  1 package beef noodle  soup  Vz cup pickle relish I..,.  1 can tomatoes (2 V_ cups)  Salt and pepper, to taste  Cook noodles in boiling salted water; drain. Cook ground  beef   in   fry-pan   with  melted  fat.    Add   beef   noodle   soup  Here is a wonderul bargain opportunity! Only during the Rexall Fall One Cent Sale can you  get two regular size items for the  price of one plus only one cent.  Hundreds of bargains to choose  from. Be sure you get a copy  of the big 4-page, 2-color sale  handbill. "SIX" big days ���  MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Octiber  16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21. LANG'S  Rexall Drug Store, Gibsons arid  Sechelt. TWICE AS MUCH FOR  A PENNY MORE ��� REXALL  FAL lc SALE.  / ��) <5 4>(!) <*) '��_  ������>������*     ��� �������������     ���>���������*!  , * fzar% ik;  THEN YOU ARE  UKELY TO BE  .'   ~.Y '-."        '    i'-: r;    :.-. ." ':���  Ambitious, wide awake.  You love life. You're hard  to discourage. If you can't  reach a man by 'phone-r  you may even write! . .;.'  alertly including', of course:  ��� Your correspondent's  full and correct postal address ��� Your own name  ���and return address in upper  left corner ��� AND THE  CORRECT POSTAL ZONE  NUMBER IF YOU ARE  WRITING TO QUEBEC*  MONTREAL, OTTAWA,  TORONTO. WINNIPEG, OR VANCOUVER.  Help us to speed your mail  ���checktheyeliow pages of  your Telephone Directory  for full postal information.  fO-6t-2JC  LAND  ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY   TO  PURCHASE   LAND  In Land Recording District of  New Westminster 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 corner  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 Eastwardly 100 feet to  the present line of Mean High  Water; thence Southwardly and  following the sinuousities of existing line of Mean High Water  to the South Boundary of Lot  5881, Gp. 1, N.W.D.; thence  Westwardly 50 feet to the point  of commencement, and containing 8.6 acres, more or less.  The purpose for which the land  is required is. for installations  and improvements of equipment  for gravel  removal.  EVANS  COLEMAN AND  EVANS LTD.   '  Dated Octotoeif 16, 1961.  from the package, pickle relish, seasonings and cooked  noodles. Simmer, covered, 15  wiinutes.  Makes  six servings.  For a gourmet touch, you  (may wish to add a can of sliced mushrooms to the recipe,  place it all in a casserole dish,  add crumbs to the top and  bake.  Potato-Wiener Bake  makes 4 to 6 servings  6 medium potatoes  Vz pound wieners  1 small ohioh, finely-chopped  3 (tablespoons flour  salt and pepper  Vs cup soft butter  2 icups hot milk  Preheat oven to 350 degrees  F   (moderate).   Pare   potatoes,  then slice thinly. Cut wieners  in    bite-size    pieces,  saving 3  whole  wieners for top of casserole.  Arrange layers   of   potatoes,   wieners   and   chopped  onion in a  battered 1 l_-quart  casserole, sprinkling each layer with flour, salt and pepper  and    dotting    generously with  soft butter.   Top with remaining   wieners  cut   in  half and  slashed    diagonally.    Dot with  butter.   Pour   hot   milk   over.  potatoes   and   cover.  Bake in  preheated oven 1 Vz hours. Uncover last half hour to brown.  *    *    *  Honey-glaze f B.ck new carrots like this: slice well-scrubbed carrots very thin. Place  in frying pan. Add 3 tablespoons butter, l tablespoon  water and 1 teaspoon salt; Cover tightly. Stir occasionally.  jSimmer 12 minutes, or until  done.     Drizzle    with    melted  wg'P e_rm_�� ��T_7P  RP(? GA5 AWV OIL  &2FORB Wg &TA&T   ,  news items  BY MRS. A.A. FRENCH  Mrs. Margaret Thompson won  the luggage raffle at the Legion  tea with the second prize of a  permanent wave donated by Mfs.-  Braun going to Miss Crabb of  Vancouver,- with third prize go  ing to' Mrs. A. Blomgren. The  event was convened by .-��� rMrs.  Dorothy Fraser and Mrs. Elsie  Foster. The door prize was won  by Yvette Kent.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benz have,  as their guest Mrs. A. B. Boseck '  of Burnaby, Mrs. Benz' mother.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   John   Clayton  and son are visiting- John's ;par-:  ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Clayton.  Sechelt Legion Auxiliary rummage sale and coffee party will  be held at 11 a.m. in the Legion  Hall; Fri, Oct. 20.  Jack Buller, chief  steward of  the Legion Club and Mrs. Buller  will be in Vancouver to welcome  friends arriving on P.O. liner  Arcadia.  Back from a three, week motoring trip through New Mexico  is Mrs. Louis Hansen. She travelled with-her sister and her  sister's husband.  Sechelt Auxiliary to the hospital will hold a supper dance Oct.  14 in Legion Hall. s  -Mrs. Ellen Brown, district representative of the provincial com  mand, L.A., Canadian Legion,  was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.  F. f French during her stay in  Sechelt. She officially opened the  L.A. Fall tea, and was af guest-  of the branch at the opening  dance.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J.  Majme are Mr. and Mrs. Jack  Evans of West Vancouver.  Try this B.C. new carrot  sandwich spread Combine 1  cup grated carrots, Vz cup  chopped walnuts, 2 teaspoons  lemon juice, V* teaspoon salt  with 3 tablespoons mayonnaise. Makes 4 sandwiches.  Good with rye or brown bread.  are now taking brders for  Benner Bros.  Furniture & Paint Store  Used I'liniiliirc Dept.  MIRRORS & GLASS OF ALL KINDS  Ph. 885 2058 or Gibsons 886-9871  Most Modern Used  Appliances on the  Coffee tables opening specials .......  2 Piece Chesterfield suits, special  Table lamps, your choice ......���.k...  Bed Room suite ..'.....  Kitchen sets, table & 4 'chairs ......  Oil Ranges   ..............:....:..A.........:..Z...  Oil Heaters   ...........Z ............r......���.-  21" Console  televisions ,        Furniture  Peninsula  .........   <p     _r."_>  ..   .... $29.00  ,........: $"'4.50  .;���:...: $89.95    JpXo.v��  ...... $40.00  .... $39& up    $_PO��vO  Free Coffee & Donuts COMING   EVENTS  Oct:?^O.VRummag��cSale^and coffee party, 11; a.nukLegion Hall,  a Sechelt. **\  �� ��.- ,.\ v -\: ��� ���- ' '...���'. :':��� .<: i^j���  a *Ofct�� -21* '-Royal Canadian Legion  .  lOSUCabaret, 9 p.m., Legion Hall,  Gibsons.    .. , -  *;__���=____ : : ___ .__.  . Oct^'26;.Annual meeting .of Mount  Elphinstone District Council' jfor  the Boy Scouts of Canada. Legion Hall, Gibsons, 8 p.m..  _  Oct.' 27,   Roberts Creek Legion,  Whist, 8 p.m.  Oct. 28, Rebekah Fall Tea and  Bazaar, Sat.,  2-4  p.m.  Nov. 3, A reminder, St. Bartholomew's Annual Christmas Bazaar  School Hall, 2 p.m.  Nov. 7, St. John's United Church  W.A. Sale of work, home cooking and tea will be held in Wilson Creek Community Hall," 2  p.m. You are invited.    "  Nov. 18, O.E.S. 'Trip Around the  World' Fall Bazaar, School Hall, j  2 to 4 p.ni.,' Don't miss it.   _  BINGO ��� BINGO ��� BINGO  Nice prizes and Jackpot  Every  Monday at 8 p.m., in the  Gibsons Legion Hall.  REALESTAT  ' "A Sign of Service"  PHONE 886-2191  Waterfront' lJ/_  acres ��� Gower Point -���' 3  room cottage   ���  boat'house -^-$6000 full price.  Granthams '��� semi-waterfront  view lot- ~- old cottage ��� Full  price only $2500 on terms.  ��� ��� ��� ���        ��� ��� ��� ���        ������������  Large View lots in Georgia View  ONLY 10% DOWN  ������������ ������������        �� ��� ��� *  To clear an estate ��� 2 acres  ��� small cottage ��� village water  ��� commerical location. $6500.  *���������        ����������        ������������  Two rentals on the waterfront  in- Gibsons. $30 and $50 per  month.  JMHSCr FOR SALE  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XXX" YXXX XX  XX XX   XX  XX. XX ��� XX  XX XX   XX  XX XX ��� XX  XX XX   XX  XX XX ��� XX  XX XX  XX  .XXXi. :' aXXX XX  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  Richard F.  Kennett  NOTARY  PUBLIC  ENGAGEMENT  Mr. and ,Mrs.! John:'jCattanach,  Gibsons, wish to announce the  engagement of their second  daughter, Jean Moira Cattanach  to Wayne Abrams, eldest son of  Mr. and Mris. Don Abrams, Gibsons, the wedding to; take place  Dec. i, 1961, at Glad Tidings Tabernacle,  Gibsons.- '  CARD  OF THANKS  We are deeply grateful to our  friends and neighbors.. for their  kindness arid sympathy and for  the beautiful floral tributes during the loss of a beloved mother,  grandmother and f great-grandmother. Special thanks to Dr.  Swan, Harvey Funeral Home,  and Canon A..J.f Taylor for his  comforting  words. IX    Mrs., Alf  Whiting,  sister, brother ^ and  FainiliesY  DEATH NOTICE  CUNDY T-:Passed:away Oct. 16  1961 Percival Edward.Cundy,  aged 60 years, of Metcalfe Road,  Roberts Creek, B^C. Survived, by  , at  H.   B.    GORDON  &   KENNETT  LIMITED  REAL ESTATE  & INSURANCE  Gibsons Sechelt  Deal with   Confidence  with  TOM DUFFY  SECHELT REALTY  AND  INSURANCE  FIRE ANDX AUTO INSURANCE  Phones:   885-2161,   885-2120  Large view lot, .100' frontage,  3 room cabin. Serviced. $2150.  Exceptional buy in this small  ���home with view. Close in, fully  serviced; Reduced to $3950 for  quick sale.  3 acres with view, $1500, terms f  ����E V ER GREEN AC RE S"  "G EORGIA    V I E W"  and  'LANGDALE   HEIGHTS'  Full information, call  Kay Butler  Sechelt 885-2161  of  Gibsons 886-2000, evenings.  CHAS.   ENGLISH   Ltd.  REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE  Ewart McMynn, Agent;  GEORGIA VIEW  The Sunshine Coast's finest residential   area.   Superlative  view  WsTo'vTng'wife Nell, 1 daughter, . lots^ available_ on    reasonable  Mrs! Mae Donaldson,   Burnaby;  I" son George,  Burnaby;   4 brothers,   4  grandchildren. Funeral  service  Thursday,  Oct.  1-f 1961  at  3 p.m. from the Funeral Di-  rectors Chapel, 4276 E. Hastings^^ ^675  St Burnaby, Rev. Padre G4^m^^     *  pin officiating.   Cremation YHar-   ,, OFFICE 886-2481  vey Funeral Home; Gjtysons^a EVENING 886-2500  directors .Y >: '  terms. Building contracts  arranged  ROBERTS CREBK  Invest in a % acre site close to  best  beach. Five lots  available.  Terms $750  WORK WANTED  . PENDER HARBOUR  Charles���-������- Island,   7   acres,   small  cottage, private dock. Good shel-  '���     Y    ��� ���.    .      k^   ���-���.��� i  ter   for    boats! ^Asking   $19,500.  Cook couple availably for camE,^.^^^ tQ dg^nts   L   E   Kyle>  maintenance,     caretaKmg, ��� erc-*  ����niaitnr"    i_s>Q   iwarino'nri���  Phone 885-9565:  PETS  For adoption at SPQA. 1 year  old spayed female cat, also 4  year old spayed female cat; 2  .black male kittens; also 1 4  month old billy goat, a' real- pet.  Phone 886-2407.  Free to good home with chil-  dreri; part'Lab 4 month bid pup>:  Phone 886-9391.  FUELS  MILLWOOD,  SAWDUST  BUSHWOOD, COAL  Call  BAIN'S FUEL  ���'Af- k     885-9634   .A^-^'.i:  ��� ���;' %: jtOAli &f WOOIXf..:Yfk  Alder, cord $10  Y   Clean handpicked fffYY.  Fir slabwood,  $9 :���.-.:  No. 1 Fir Sawdust  -Coal,  $32 ton, $17 J_  ton for  kk k''Y$2  per bag. A.-  '   TOT-SM LOGS $1 a  box;  PHONE   886-9902  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Z?Az.Z;:;4X OiiisonsA ' ���  AUTOS FOR SALE  '50 Dodge American, radio, good  ^r^btier.,* Sacrifice $125. Phorie  V886-8682Y Yv Y "Y ������; ,..-;,.  *39 Chev, $175. Engine overhauled fall 1960, good rubber, one  i^wktl*^ rewired, ;new ihuff ler  ; arid?*pii]Ek^ good heater,* radio,  burifcei'sk new radiator hose,  backup light, new chitch, '57.  Mrs. M. Atrill, Phorie 886-2162.  Roberts Creek.  BOATS FOR SALE     ~~~~  ���--; -price reduced; AA AI  33-ft.1 .old ;styleYroomy.��� cruiser^  toilet, sink, oil stove, Universal  engine, $950 cash full price. Den  Harling;: Garden Bay. TU- 3-2366.  WATCH REPAIRS      " ~  For    guaranteed watcih    and  Jewelry    repairs, see    Chris's  Jewelers. .Sechelt. Work  done  ori the premises. tfn  Realtor"    1429   Marine'  Drive,  West Vancouver.  WA 2:1123,  We have a few good listings in  the. Welcome Beach and Pender  Harbour areas.  DANIELS REALTY ���!  Halfmoon   Bay 885-4451  WILL TRADE  $2,500 Revenue, plus owner suite  furnished older home in good  condition on bus ;line, west side  and close to Lonsdale Ave. North  Vancouver, 3 sets of plumbing  and gas furnace. Will trade $7000  equity fOr small neat home, Gibsons -;��� f area preferred, but will  consider-all offers in. Sunshine  Coast area. Box..620, Coast News.  PROPERTY WANTED  We have clients interested in  small and large developed or undeveloped WATERFRONT properties. To list your property  write; K. T. GUEST, BASTION  REALTY, 133 Bastion St., Nanaimo, B.C. '  PROPERTY FOR. SALE  View lot, Gibsons, $100 down, $25  per month. Ph. owner,  886-203  FOR RENT      ���     ..   ,-.... .4      . ..  Stone Villa, Vz acre partly cleared, light,'water, no building restrictions, terms. $700. A. Simpkins, Box 389, Sechelt. Phorie  -885-2132.:    v,,. ._.> ;t    ,-  3 room furnished cottage $35:  per   month.  Phone  886-9915.  Cabin   with'stove,   near   Davis  .Bay Beach,   $15  per  month.  A.  R. Simpkins, Davis Bay Rd. Ph.  885-2132vL. :-- A ' ."' :.j\-'-:iA  ..plefisant cottage, 4 large rooms/*  newly painted.   Reasonable   rent  to    desireable    tenant.     Corner  Beach Ave. and Glen Drive, Gib-  - sons. Apply weekends or phone  Mrs: J. Osborne, RE 8-5488 after  6   p.m.  Furnished 1 bedroom house, full  pluiqbing, oil. L.. A... Fraser, Ph.  S85-2041.  -.    NO MORE TV  REPAIR BILLS!  BUY A NEW SETMOW WITH A  LOW^IOST LIFE-INSURED  |cxx   xxx  xxxx xxxxx X  xxxx ,  xxx   xxx xxxx     xxxx  xxxx x        xxxx  xx     X  XXXX   X XXXX   X   XX  X xxxx xxx       x  LOAN  THE BANK OF'  .    NOVA SCOTIA      '  ���-   ... ���.��� _.    I ,  -  Shop at the store with the Stars  on  Top.  EARL'S  AGENCIES    ,   ,  Gibsons  1 Quaker oil range in good condition.  Phone  885-2087.  Green lady's winter coat_ (L),  imported fabric, as new." Mercury tricycle in good condition,  with .brand new spare front  wheel,   20"Y Phone 886-2284. Y;i . /  Registered German Shepherd,  good natured, kennelled, reasonable. Phone  886-2477.  1 used pressure pump, good condition; 1 200 amp arc weldlr.  Phone  885-9782. Y���  3,000   hens  for   sale,   50c  eac.h,'  layers '75c'.-1Turn up Elphinstone  Rd. R. Randall.  Duotherm oil heater, good condition. $25. Phone 886-9964.  Willis Player, piano and about  150 records. $200. Phone 885-20*15.  Chickens, 50c each. Swabey, Henry Road,  Gibsons.   Ph. 886-9657.  ROGERS PLUMBING SUPPLIES  Gibsons, B.C.        Phone 886-2092  Wholesale  and   Retail  1   used   Rheem  Rockgas  range,  white enamel,  like new, used a  few   months |$95  White enamel   space, heater^$35  3 other space  heaters      "    i$25  I Gurney combination wood, and  elec. range <-  - |119  II oil ranges from $29 to $139.  1 -hot air basement oil furn_ce,  $49, looks like new.  4 electric   ranges,   $59 to   $145.  No junk  1" General   ERJctrufi 2   compartment frig, revolving-shelves, Vful- -  ly guaranteed,' $22^  1 used good washing  machine $42.50  1 7J_ feet oil barrel, steel stand  and .drum, both for priiy^      $15  FairtJanks Morse domestic Swarter A  service- pump, special''      '"' k 7  for cash, . $109.50  1 good used toilet complete $15  110 gal. fuel oil drums  .   $42.50  1000 chickens to selliv Large fry- ���  ers @ 39c lb.; Roasting, 35c lb.;'  fowl 32d lb. 6 birds @:.'.2'8c-:lb|' or  12 birds 25c lb. Phone orders tb  Wyngaert Poultry Farm, 886-9340  Hand split cedar shakes. Phone.  886-2604.; Yf s     '"  Standard size concrete ^Building  Blocks,   8x8x16   now    available.'  Flagstones,   pier   blocks,7   drain*  tile,    available   from   Peninsula.  Cement   Products,   Orange   Rd.,  Roberts Creek.  ANNOUNCEMENTS   .(Cont'd)  ..���'���.' :-NELSON'S;. ;  LAUNDRY &. DRY  CLEANERS  RUG CLEANING        Z  Phone; Sechelt 885-9627  .'���  or  in   Roberts   Creek,   Gibsons  and Port f Mellon Zenith 7020  "x:i-      KELIiY'S    ;  .'.    . -'  GARBAGE  COLLECTION  Box 131,  Gibsons  Phone 886-2283  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F; E. Campbell  Selmaf' Park,  on   bus  stop.  Phone   885-9f78  YEvenings by abpointmerit ���.  Tree falling, toppirig. or removing lower limbs for view Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Phone 886-9946.  Marven Volen.  Alcoholics \ Anonymous Phone Sechelt 885-9678 or write Box 584,  Coast News.  ELPHINSTONE  CO-OP  Lucky Number  Oct.  14  ���26508, Blue  TIMBER CRUISING  K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Vancouver 9. Phone REgent '��� 3-0683.  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road.  Hand saws and Skil saws filed  and set. Galley's Woodworking  Shop, Sechelt Highway, Gibsons.  LEARN  ACCORDION  Beginners or advanced students,  private or in group lessons. Ph.  Walter     Hendrickson,     Gibsons,  886-2470,.    -    '  DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior painting. Also  pa perhanging. Phorie , Gibsons  886-7759 or 886-9955 for free estimates.  FOUND  A place to get take out service  we suggest local grown fried  half chicken with French fried  potatoes from DANNY'S  Phone 886-9815 '  DIRECTORY  Used electric and gas ranges, al��  so oil ranges. C & S Sales, I?h.  885-9713,   Sechelt.  Oysters are all food and so good  that you can eat them raw: Eat  theiri often. Oyster Bay Oyster  Co., R. Bremer, Pender Harbour-  Member B. C. Oyster Growers  ' Assn. x-   '       4. ��� Z%, ���  TRADE '   Z  .'50 Thames *4 ton pickup, Value  $175. Trade for y2 ton Chev or.  Call 886-9373 after 6 p.m.  WANTED  Used- furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons,  Ph.  886-9950.  ANNOUNCEMENT :       k?  ���Harmonious, chimneys to suit  your color scheme. Yellow, black  blue, green, brown bricks now  available for. less money ;thari red  . clay brisk.  A.  Siriipkiris, bricklayer.     Y  Piione-885-2132.   f y  .ly":  i       f PETER  CHRISTMAS     ��� 4  Bricklayer and - Stoneri1^����i  All kinds of brick and stonework"  * Alteratipns and repafrs      *i  Phone 886-77S4  "x ���      A  4^x.���xL.4 ri>:..'.;-.i  ::-___ :.���  UNWANTED HAIR  Vanished  away   with  Saca-Pelo.  . Saca-Pelo .is * different,   It   does  hot dissolve or- remove hair from  the surface, but  penetrates  and  retards,   growth     of    unwanted  hair. Lor-Hser Lab Ltd.,  Ste. 5, ���  679  Granville  St.,  Vancouver 2,  B.C.  J. J. ROGERS'& SON  PAINTING   CONTRACTORS  ..Phone 886-9333 ;        ;  A. E. RITCHEY  .     TRACTOR WORK  Clearing,  Grading,  Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks,  Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  Concrete  Vibrator  fY   Phone886-2040  C ft S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE���  Also  pil Installation  Flfee estimate  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable  Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Fine Home Furnishings ...  Ma j or Appliances  Record  Bar  Phone 885-9777  See us  for   all   your  knitting.  requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353  GIBSONS PLUMBING  Heating,  Plumbing  Quick,  efficient service  Phone 886-2480   .  SCOWS    ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy.Weldi rift  Precision Machinists  Ph.; 888-7721 Res.  886-9958  DIRECTORY (Continued)  L. GORDON  BRYANT  NOTARY   PUBLIC  . k. ."���;������'���'������'.        Y at.   .;��� ,"������'���  Jay-Bee Furniture and  ���.     Appliance Store  Office  Phone   886-2346  House  Phone  8S6-2100  ^MADEIRA   PARK     ~~  BUILDING SUPPLY Co.. Lid.  Cement  gravel,  $2.25 yd.  Road gravel   and fill,  $1.50 yd.  Delivered in Pender   Harbour  area  Lumber,    Plywood,    Cement  Phone TXJ 3-2241  RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAN  Radio, TV repairs  Phone 886-2538, Gibsons  RITA'S BEAUTY SHOP  Tinting and Styling  Phone  886-2409  .';..:���   Sechek Highway  Gibsons Village  MARSHALL'S   PLUMBING  HEATING  &  SUPPLIES  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9690 or S86-2442;  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  BUILDING   SUPPLIES  fiione 885-960J  FOR  GLASS  of all kinds  Phone 886-9871 or 886-9837  PENINSULA GLASS  PENINSULA SAND & GRAVEL  Phone   886-9813    '  Sand,   gravel,  crushed   cock.  All material washed and screened or pit run.  '    Good cheap fill  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  YA. J. DUFF  ZRAL  Phorie ^8854468  Draperies by the yard  or made   to measure  All accessories  C & S SALES  7- kPhorie 885-9713       . '   '. ;���  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.E^.  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS  P. O. Box 37, Gibsons 'V  1334 West Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5.       Ph. MU 3-7477  C. ROY GREGGS      "  Phone 885-9712  For  cement gravel,  fill,  road  gravel and crush rock.  ������'Backhoe and Loader  Light Bulldozing  GIBSONS        .'������'   -'���'  BUILDING SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE CARRY THE STOCK"  Phone 886-2642  LET US HELP YOU  PLAN NOW  STOCKWELL & SONS  885-4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe. and   front  end loader work. Cleiiri  cement  gravely fill and road gravel.  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"  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS ,  SIM   ELECTRIC   LTD  k YSechpIt  -.���;.. AX '������, Phone 885-_n����?  ���'-     ��������� Residence,  885^9532..    k  "^WIGARD' SHOJE Sa'ORE   .  .Always* a, large variety of  I   .',; shoes in every line  ���k; " :4, tor old. and" young.  Yk Phone Sechelt 885-9519  ��� - ' 'We use ������ '  '', Ultra .Sonic  Sound Vf^ves  "to clean your watch  - and jewelry  CHRIS*   JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given  Pronnt A/ten*Jon  Ph.  Sechelt  885-2151  WANT AD RATES  Phone 886-2622  Condensed style 15 words 55  cents, 3 cents word over 15,  minimum 55 cents. Figures in  groups of five or less, initials,  .etc., count as' one word. Additional insertions at half rate.  Minimum 30c.  - Cards   of.   Thanks,   Engage-,  ments,  In  Memoriams. Deaths  and" Births-up to 40 words $1  per insertion, 3c per word over  40.    ���      '  Box numbers 25c extra,   y  Tuesday 5 p.m. deadline for  : classified advertisements.  Legals ��� 17 cents per count  line for first insertion then 13c  per count line for consecutive  insertions.  CLASSIFIED DISPLAY  All advertising deviating  from regular classified style  becomes, classified display and  is charged by the ;measured  affate line at 10c per line,  minimum of 14 agate lines. .  ;C!ash with -order. A 25c  charge is made when billed:  Coast News,   Oct. 19,   1961.        7  DIRECTORY  (Continued)  BACKHOE  and  LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP YERUCKS  Contract: or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.  KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826  PENINSULA     CLiEJANERS  Clieaners  for the  Sechelt  Peninsula:  Phone  Phone 886-2200  SMITH'S   HEATING  CHIMNEY &'OIL STOVES  A   ; SERVICED'^: ^ v  Phone 886-2422.  BILL  SHERIDAN  TV ��� APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES   AND  SERVICE  Phope 885-9534  OPTOMETRIST  ROY SCOTT  BAL   BLOCK,  GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR  APPOINTMENT -   886-2191  WATER   SURVEY   SERVICES  CONSULTANTS  L.  C. EMERSON  R.R. .1,   Sechelt  885-9510  Churcli Services  ANGLICAN   k  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  7:30" p.m.. Evensong  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11.00 a.m. Sunday School  3:00 p.m.,  Evensong  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  9:30 a.m. Holy  Communion  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  Pender  Harbour '  11 a.m., St. Mary's, Pender  ��� ^'Harbour ~  3:15 p.m., Evening Prayer  Welcome   Beach  Hall,   Redroofs  UNITED  Gibsons  11:00 a.m!, Divine Service  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  - Roberts Creek, 2 p_n.  Wilson Creek  11-aim. vSUnday School 4  3:30 p.m., Divine Service  ;    PORT MELLON  Comriiunity Church  9:15 a.m.. Morning Service  ~"       ST- VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt. 9:00 a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary  Gibsons, 10:30 a.m.  CHRISTIAN    SCIENTISTS  Church Service? -  and   Sunday   School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts  Creek United Church  BETHEL BAPTIST  Sechelt  10 a.m. Sunday School  11:15 am., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  ' Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m., United Church  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL  11:00 am. Devotioaal  10 a.m., Sunday  School  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Tues.,  7:30,  Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m.,  Young  People  Sat., 7:30, Prayer  Glad Tidings Tabernacle  9:45 a.m.,  Sunday School  11  a.m.  Morning Worship'  3 p.m. Bible Forum  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic; Service  Wednesday, 7 p.m.,  Bible Class  Friday,  7:30 p,m. Rally  ,  Sat., 7 p.m., Young Men's Action   i  -s  ���   Clubki- ~'Z 4.zx\j  tf *  B.C.'s   forest output exceeda  $600,000,000 a year.  >     Save   the   forests   and   you  save  the streams.  The Family Doctor'  ;*.VVON_V   HEADACHES  ARAL-  THE  SAME  - PAfM   FRCVA  HIAD   TO   PAN��'4   H��yi-i&T.   ��� 8       Coast News,  Oct. 19,   1961  Bay notes  CARPENTER  Prompt Service  Quality Workmanship .  KITCHEN   CABINETS  A SPECIALTY  Additions ��� Alterations  New Construction  NO JOB TOO LARGE  OR TOO SMALL  McCulloch ���Ph. 886.2120  By PAT WELSH  A beautifully decorated birthday cake was presented to Mrs.  Gretta Jorgensen last week. It  was made by Mrsf Eileen Brooks  and shared by friends; dropping  in for tea. Among those calling  were Mrs. Joan Hansen, Mrs.  Lynn Jorgensen, Mrs. Edna  Brooks, Mrs. Eileen Brooks and  Mrs. Gladys Nygard.  A tea honoring Mrs. Doris  Franklin was held at; the home  of   Mrs.    J.   Meikle,    Welcome  BHLPG or REMODEtLll?  We can design and build a dream kitchen in any number  of exotic hardwoods and plastic laminates  at reasonable prices.  Also fine custom furniture for every  room in your home  Quality material & workmanship guaranteed. .,  R. BIRKIN ��� Oceanside Eurnitur�� & Cabinet Shop  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek ��� Ph. 886-2551 .'���".  Beach, Oct. 3. Mrs. Franklin has  been feted during her stay here  from her home in Brighton England. She has been vthe guest of  her uncle and aunt, Mr. and  Mrs. Frank Claydon, for the  summer months and was very  much impressed with the beauties of the Sunshine Coast and  B.C. She hopes to .return in the  near future. Others present were  Mrs. F. Claydonj Mrs. M. Morgan, Mrs. M. Teeple, Mrs. L.  Bath, Mrs. P. Welsh.  Miss Lynn Simpson held a retreat at the home of her parents  for 34 sorority sisters of Alpha  Kappa Beta last weekend. There-  was great activity V among the  girls who shared KP duties. Evenings were spent in front of a  roaring fire toasting toes and  marshmallows.-  Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown of  West Vancouver were holiday  guests of the Johnny Simpsons.  Thanksgiving dinner was enjoyed by Mrs. G. B. Simpson, sr.,  Mrs.   I.  Hanley,   Mr.   and Mrs.  Brown,     Bonnie    Simpson    and  George and Sally-Carmichael.  Miss  Mafjorie   Greene  and a,  friend   weekended   with   Canon  A. Greene. They attended divine  service   at   St.   Mary's,   Pender  . Harbour. At 3 p.m. Canon Greene  held a Thanksgiving service at  the Welcome Beach Hall.    *  Mrs.   Edith  Turnbull  of   Vancouver  is  holidaying ' with    her  ��� sister Mrs. Eve - Lyons. Other  guests over' the weekend were  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Laird,  Chris and Robin.  Other weekenders, were Mr/  and Mrs. Stuart Lefeaux, Ruth,  Peter and guest Kath Patterson;  Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Caple, Bruce  and Kippy; Dr. Ken Argue and  Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Chris  Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. T. Campbell,   family   and   guests;   Mrs.  y Sid MacDonald and family; Mrs."  B. Trent and children, Mr. H.  Arnold and child  and all mem-  fbers of the Hunt clan; Mr. and  Mrs. Brook ^and  family.  Mr.   Paul Williamson flew up  to visit his grandparents at the  Pete    Meuse    home,    Halfmoon  : Bay last week. He has returned  to his home at Port Coquitlam.  Telephone now, and ask for  your free copy of the big 4-page  2-color illustrated Fall lc Sale  Handbill at, your local Rexall  Drug Store. In it you will find  the exxceptional values offered  by your Rexall Drug Store. The  big Fall One Cent Sale is on for  "six" money-saving days ��� Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs  day, Friday and Saturday, October 16,. 17, 18, 19, 29, and 21.  It's your opportunity to make  your pennies work as dollars.  Lang's Rexall Drug Store, Gib-  , sons and ' Sechelt. TWICE AS  MUCH FOR A PENNY MORE  ��� REXALL FALL lc SALE.  Selma Park Improvement District  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has  been appointed returning officer to conduct an election to  elect five "(5) trustees for the above mentioned district.  The registered voters in this district are hereby  notified to attend a, meeting to be held in the Selma Park  Commaunity Centre at the hour of 8 o'clock pjn. Wednes:  day, October: the 25th, 1961, at which, place and hour I  ���will proceed to call for nominations and to take the votes;  of the" electors present.  The voting of the said meeting will be closed as  soon as the votes of the electors present and voting when  votes are called for have^been counted.  Dated this 30th day of September A.D., 196_k  W. J. MAYNE,. Returning'Officer.'  ,  Gibsons Merchants New Bonus  TREASURE HUNT  EVERY  THURSDAY  9 am.   EACH   STORE WILL   POST  THEIR  LUCKY NUMBERS.  THESE WILL BE GOOD UNTILL 6 p.m.   EACH SATURDAY,  To .win a prize you must have your Coast News with the correct number with you. If your, number corresponds to any number you are entitled to  buy that store's 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 ��� ITS FREE;  REGULAR VALUE $5.65  S & S Latex Paint 9  1 GALLON  4 NUMBERS  UfflAn   HARDWARE   &  flUUU     APPLIANCES  'SUNSET STORE'  REGULAR VALUE $&9S>f  1 pr. Ladies Flatties  REGULAR VALUE $8.95  2 NUMBERS  Gibsons Family Shoe Store  1 NUMBER  nryrri^ sportswear &  tlL-lLLO LINGERIE SHOP  REGULAR VALUE $13.95  PIONEER  Eider Down Filled Vest  2 NUMBERS  "The Home  of Prestige Merchandise"  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD  REGULAR VALUE $2.98  10 lbs. Sugar -1 lb. Tea  lib. Butter  4 NUMBERS     \r  7  COOP STORE  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $2.25  Sheer Genius 1C  MAX  FACTOR  CompletekMoisturizing Mak,e-up  10 NUMBERS  LANG'S DRUG STORE  lc SALE CONTINUES  REGULAR VALUE $10.d&  ���    A ���      .. 1 '������":"' Z'y  4       Zy -4 '   .:    ' ���'��� k  1 Leather Brief Case  , ������.'���".-     *���*���*.. ���i~*Y -   -������  ..:��������� Y- .:.:.. itr-4- -    4  ��� ���;������������������ 'WA- ���).'.:   .-.  ��� ��� 1 ��� ' '������  1 NUMBER, k  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15 STORE  REGULAR VALUE $9.50  SHELL  LUBRICATlbN,  Oil. CHANGE &  SHELLZONE  WINTERIZE  2 NUMBERS  REGULAR VALUE $7.95  2 NUMBERS  'The Store of,. Quality"  AMPLE PARKING SPACE How io deliver the ball  Keep the Sun Shining  AH Year Round  New Low Cost Heating  For any home ��  every  in  low installation cost-low operating costs  hides in the wall v  delivers forced.air heat  at floor level  No worry about sweating walls and windows or mildewed floors with the Panelair  ��� prevents winter colds and sniffles too!  Fully automatic, safety vented and protected by Astrogard, the Panelair's efficiency saves up to 20% in fuel bills.  Features the new dualheet control ���just  enough, heat on cool days ��� plenty of heat  on the cold ones.  Call today for a free estimate and terms!  Other units for larger homes  available.  C  &  S SALES  & SERVICE  Sechelt, Phone 885-9713  GIBSONS   HARDWARE  Gibsons, Phone 886-2442  DUKES &  BRADSHAW LTD.  1473   Pemberton   Ave.,  N.  Van.      Ph. YU 8-3443, YU 5-2844  Rogers  PLUMBING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-2092  WHOLESALE   &   RETAIL  corner off PRATT RD. & SECHELT HI-WAY  STORE HOiURS -^, Open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.  Closed oh Mondays     y  White 3-piece bathroom set with taps  .......  Colored 3-piece bathroom set with taps ......  Y(We ba��e the higher price sets too)  White enamel shower cabinets    ���:   $   99.00  $119.00  $   52.50  We have full slock of Streamline.copper pipe & fittings  CHEAPER THAN THE DEPARTMENTAL STORES  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, single hub   .,-.....  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, double hub   .....  1/2" copper pipe, per footZA...............4..:.....  1/2" copper elbow     .................. 10# .......  SPECIAL��� Double stainless steel sinks .  3" copper pipe, per foot  .:.���Y~k���~  New Pembroke  baths     ......^..:....:.,.........A....  New English china toilets with seats   ....:.  No. 1 steel septic tanks /(free delivery)  4" No-Crode pipe, 8 feet long, per length ..  31/2" Perforated No-Crode pipe   1...   .... $  4.90  ...... $  5.20  18^  .... tee 15^  lb. $  1.39    $27.50    $   1.29  ...... $52.50  ..:... $31.90  ..... $48.50  ..... $   vS. 4 ��>  :���...  $   2.35 ~  k- $   3^90  Anything you buy from us if you don't want it I will  refund your money immediately  Elko glass lined No. 30 single element .......X $73.00  Elko glass lined No. 30 double element ....... $83.00  No. 40 glass lined double element   !-:....i;,..,  $89.00  Y   USUAL  GUARANTEE        J  Fibre glass laundry tubs for leas than the big stores  You can hny the.Cohra In^d pfestte fijp*  kk'';'.' v'<k^  .   - ������������������..:'"        ���  I  ' ������ ���   .     ; Y ..���  STORE KXEPEftS OH  MERCHANTS  25%4tFTjPt.ASTlC PIPELIST PRIOg  The new Beatty sb__k>w or deep well pumpa   $119  <J3a*e 5 to 10 dollars)  By Bert Garside and -Jim  Hoult  Chief  BowlingInstructors Y  Double Diamond Advisory  Council  FROM PUSHAWAY TO  FOLLOW THROUGH  A good bowling delivery is  made up of .two parts ��� the  proper footwork, and the proper movement of your hand  and arm: The secret of good  bowling-is. to get your timing  co-ordinated, so your feet, your  arm, your body and the ball  are all moving  as  a  unit.  No matter what type of approach, you use, the first thing  to think about is - starting the  'ball into motion. This is dotie  by the "pushaway."; If you  make a mistake in timing this,  ithe rest of your' approach will  be off too. y:A--:  When' you start your delivery ��� move your 7 hands  first. You'll find your feet follow naturally. /������ A kf >Y  At.the start, you should-be  holding the ball chest-high, in  your right hand (if you are  right-handed). The left hand  may be . just touching it;tjo  ���steady it.   . Yk  As you step off, lift the ball  slightly: up wards as you push  it out forward from your body.  As your arm straightens, the  ball will swing forward -and  downward in a natural arc,  like a pendulum.: f  'Push the ball outwards firmly and smoothly. Don't be  jerky, or too hurried. As your  arm swings down, keep it in  close to your body. If your  backswing doesn't: go close to  your body, your forward swing  won't be close either.k The  closer your arm is to the side  :of your bodyv the straighter  your ball will likely be.  ' The pushaway /^starts :XllhA  ball down' into its arc. During  the rest of your approach  steps, it will be carried back-  , wards in the backswing, then  -forward until it is released, on  your final step.  ��� Your backswing, to a lareo  extent,. determines how fast  'the ball will travel. The high-  'er the backswing, the faster  the ball goes. It should be just  high enough to give you the  speed you want.  With too high a backswing,  ' you'll find yourself losing control of the ball, and your timing will be upset. Too little  backswing will also upset your  timing, and force you to  "drag" your ball through .the  forward swing by sheer arm  strength. This will tire you  out, and also cause you to lose  good control.  If you let the ball curve an  '" behind''. ydu . during ;;the,f^bafek-':  Swing;   you'll   end   u��l"tossiiig  it out to   the right when you  , deliver it.  ^ It your backswing swerves  lout ���. away from your body,  .you'll deliver the ball to the'  left side of the lane. *- '  .- On your forward swing, the  h-rtl fis released lust as it-is  Parting to- swing upwards  f^rn the bottom of its arc.  Yourdon't "throw" the ball���  it iust has a slight lift as it  Wis off your fingers naturally. At this point, your forwar 1  .-. _/v)t. voiir arm and the ball  should   all  be   travelling  in   a  Coast  News, Oct.  19, 1961..  How  io   hold  ihe  ball  ���WWIAIVU&V*AA*VS, *��� ��W.W.NW.VJ.-. j_k- W- <U-<  straight line, aimed directly at  the target.      ; f  After you've released the  ball, let your farm continue its  Inatural forwarcl motion. Your  arm should coime all the way  through after delivery, until  it is about f shoulder level/  Your hand: should be outstretched, reaching for the.target. . ���-'-:������ '.  ,A good follow, through helps  direct the ball to the; spot you  have your eye on. It is; the key  to good form, -and good- accuracy. .���'������ Y  If you get your follow  ithrough perfected, the natural -  result is to smooth out your  ���forward swing, and eliminate  imany faulty habits. If your  follow., through is short, or  (abrupt Yyou/-will tend to pull  the ball; or you may droj) it  sooner than you should..  The ball is released on the  final step of your approach,  which- is' ordinarily a slide.  Your slide should be no longer than two feet.  Too long a-slide will lessen  your control. ������������:���  : The   slide is   really  part  of  the   final .push you   give the  ball,, arid fit smoothes out your  delivery.   If  you   just   took ,-a  normal step, arid;planted your :  foot  in frontfof the,foul  line  without ' sliding, ��� your    body  would jerk to a stpp, and the. ;  ball wouldn't; be releasedwith  the same accuracy.-'  Throughout your arm swing,  keep your k elbow straight.  Arid, throughput your entire >  delivery, keep - your eyes pinned '.on the; target. If you get  part way through your delivery, and v.it -doesn't feel  right ��� stop, and start over  again,   v; Z4,4Z.  Remember; the most important single factor in good bowling is Vgood^ timing, f; You must  get your arm, your "hand/ your  feet arid the ball moving easily/  and in rhythm. If the ball feels  heavy, or is dragging,^chances  are your timing is. off. Practice  delivering without the ball,  until the motions feet right.  ,:Next:' Footwork ^counts/ on  _he approach.  ���."��� yib'Zl--  ���?yx :������'���-  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  �� Ph. ��85-9525  TUES. to'SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for, you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring  I  Inst a  REG.  T   M  AVAILABLE   IN   A-   CONVENIENT  METHODS  OF  APPLICATION  CHEVRO-L STARTING tkUlO  Capiulo  Gelatine capsules are. Insfffed f  4nta<��fo. dashboard - mounted;- <  puncturing tooi, -  CHCVftOM PRESSURE  WUMfft CAATftlPGJU  For hriht tnttrmmOmm an Ah or ofh* St4n4*<l OH /*���������*�� tmH  fi. H. (fieriy) MacDonald  ^  Wilton Creek  -   Ph. 835-9332  *1$"�����<  The Corporation of 4he Village of Gibsons Landing  COURT OF REViSlON  Voters' List  TAKE.NOTICE that copies of the Provisional Municipal Voters' List, 1961. will be posted at the Notice Board,  Church corner, and at the Municipal Hall; and further take  notice that a Court of Revision, to revise and correct the  said Voters' List; will be held in the Municipal Hall on the  1st day of November, 1961, from Ten o'clock in the forenoon to 1-2 o'clock in the forenoon.  JULES A^ MAINIL, Clerk.  Same .Night ��� Same Place��� Same Time  GIANT  BINGO  Thurs., October 19  GIBSONS SCHOOL HALL -S p.m. SHARP  GIANTJACKPOT WEEKLY  D>orit Miss First Game $10  SUNSHINE COAST WELFARE FUND  What do you need most?  YOU CAN BORROW AT LOW COST  ���THROUGH A  LOAN  ���nd repay In eonv��nl��nt monthly Instalment*  , ��d|iMt*d to your family budget  W41-  Yes, at any branch of The.Bank of Noya Scotia  you can borrow for worthwhile purposes���to  buy or refinance your car���to furnish that new  . home ��r room���to pay your taxes or insurance  premiums���to consolidate debts���to nteet  medical or dental expenses.  And your loan will be life insured at no extra,  cost to you.  BRNK  TH|0flNK OFNOVB SCOTIR  A NETWORK OF PFF1CB8 ACft053 CANADA AKD ABltOAD  i)_tf, T.M.'��     , Aenovnq uovC  KEN'S FOODLAND  PHONE   836-2563  XJRADE   A  C  lb.  Sirloin Steak  GRADE   A  THIS IS REAL VALUE Grade "A" Red Brand Beef  CORNED BEEF ��� our   own   delicious cure now on  sale at reasonable' prices.  FRASER  VALE  Chinese Dinners 39c  EACH  Chicken Chow Mein, Chicken Chop Suey, Fried Rice  tops Dog Food 45 oz. 10 cans79<:   ��� ...:...,.i......��_..~..v.v>:^ ;   S_S'������Gotfeepuiar:; 59c lb.  Boiling Oiiions        5>>��� **s29c  DELNOR STRAWBERRIES, fresh frozen 2 for 69<-  OPEN FRIDAY A. Xy   \   FREE DELIVERY ON  NIGHTS TILL �� p.m.     |      ORDERS OVER $5  SECHELT  By ORV MOSCRIP ,  Peninsula Bldg. Supply team  in the Peninsula Commercial set  a season's high three, 3247 and  single,   1220. , '  Other scores:  Ladies: Bev Dubois 725 (358),  Harriet Duffy 251.  Pender: Gordon Freeman  713.  Agnes Fenn 662 (255), Ev Klein  - 256;  Peninsula Commercial: Bev  Dubois 726 (321), Bev Robinson  251, May Fleming 271, Dorothy  Smith 275, Eve Moscrip 330, Orv  Moscrip 851 (365), Howard Carter 304, Lloyd Brown 277.  Sports Club: Dorothy Smith  690 (269, 287), l^fike 736 (303),  Hazel Skytte 257..  Ball & Chain: Matt Jaegar  748 (304), Norma Gaines 550, Joe  Fisher 276.  Juniors: Arlene Johnson 371,  Ray Moscrip   382   (203).  Pee Wees: Dianne Ono 239  (144), Gary Lawson 375 (196).  Ten Pins: .Jack Wilson 541,  John Solnik 209,, Ron Robinson  201.  E & M BOWLADROME  ' By ED CONNOR  Bill Morrison was well.on his  way for that, perfect game, Friday, in the Men's League with  nine . consecutive    strikes.:   The  Don't be misled. Only during  the Rexall original0one cent sale  can you get 'two regular'/ size  packages for the price of one  plus one cent. Hundreds of bargains to choose from., Mark your  calendar today for the big Fall  One Cent Sale, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 16,  17, 18, 19, 20, and 21. Lang's  Rexall Drug Store, Gibsons and  Sechelt. TWICE AS MUCH FOR  A PENNY MORE ��� REXALL  FALL lc  SALE.  10      Coast  News,  Oct.. 19, 1961.  tenth was a little too full taking  out the head pin. Bill ended with  a nice game of 382.  Team high three of the week  were the" Orphans of Gibsons A  with 3057. High team single were  the Pencil Pushers of the Men's  -Vith 1088. ^  "��� League Scores:  J   S.C.L.: Team, Goof Offs, 2301  (850).  ' f Gibsons    B:    Team,    Gnomes,  - 2391, Clippers 850. Mike Robert-  ' ,spn  624   (249).  '^Merchants:   Team,   Jim's T.V.  2598   (955).  Lottie  Campbell  616,  ,'J. Larkman 606 (234), Tom Bailey 283.  i Gibsons A: Team, Orphans,  3057 (1082). J. Perron 639, Con  Fisher 609, Ken Stewart 710 (248,  238), G.. Taylor 621, Alex Robertson 629 (252), Ike Mason 634  (276), D. Crosby 619 (238), ,H.  Thorburn 253, Ron McSavaney  648 (284), Ron Godfrey 633 (252).  v|Ladies: Team, Garters 2321,  Legion  843.  L. Morrison  544, E.  -Bingley 503, B.  Shaw  501 (241),  Ej. Mason  590 (257).  .^Teachers Hi: Team, No. 7, 2613  <896). A. Dahl 665, M. Atlee 600,  E_g Rise 617, G. Yablonski   688  (240),  J.  Lowden 615   (240).  -..Commercials: Team, The Larks  2625,    (950).    J.   Jorgenson   611,  j; Drummond 673 (272).  Port Mellon: Team, Goofballs.  2710   (1024).   G.   Conner   600,   P.  Comeau 646 (258), J. Whyte 619  (249).  .Ball & Chain: Team, Hopefuls  2463  (932). Ike  Mason   776   (296,  264), L. Holden 254, Bronnie Wilson 684 (248), N. Douglas 250.  'Men's:   Team,   Pencil Pushers  3001,   (1008).   J;  Drummond  710  (293),  Sig Rise 607, B. Morrison  729   (382),   Alex   Robertson   706  (293).  :High School: Team,  Parapele-  gus. Robin McSavaney 570 (219).  WANT ADS ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  SOCCER  A game'] orivthe JHigh School  grounds Sundayfbetween Gibsons  United and Sechelt Indiana/was  won by Sechelt^ 7-0. A fast^ clean  game was played and Sechelt  deserved to win their.second victory over the local team." /   ���  There was ..an encouraging  number of spectators and the  juveniles raised $11 oft their silver collection. This money goes-  towards buying the juvenile  team strip. While the Gibsons  team was disappointed in defeat  they were happy for the experience they gained.  ' Every player must' be fit and  able to last one and a half hours  of..actual,play and he.alspcha&to  cb-brdinate. with the rest'^jpfkthe  team' to beat the opposing\team|  Within.-th^-next week" the^chip  coaches''are'planning to ho ik1'"  tures'jpn^team play and team .cooperation'. .The .club "is also getting a team from Powell - River  or Vancouver to visit" Gibsons  for a game v and" help promote  the1 sport here. Judging by the  crowd at Sunday's game it would  appear that local residents like  to' see soccer on a Sunday  Canadian Legion 109 L.A.  Tea & Bazaar  October 27 - 2 p.m.  CANADIAN   LEGION   HALL ~ Gibsons  TRADE VIII I! OLD HOME  FOR 1W  Wilkins   Constriction   Co.  Home  on  ��� Your Lot or Ours  '  Mortgages Available - 7% - Ho Bonus  See us for details of house plans and financing.  I  If WEEK ONLY OCT. 19-26  -V  __kROLY POLY CLOWN  Inflatable, washable plastic,  -colorful, soft, with squeaky  nose.   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