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 JUST FINE FOOD  DANNY'S  DINING ROOM  Gibsons  Ph. 886-981 "5  Provincial* Library,  Victoria, B. c.  SERVING   THE  GROWING  SUNSHINE   COAST  Published, in Gibsons,   B.C. ,    Volume  15,   Number 48, December 14, 1961.        7c per copy  A Complete  Line  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  . .'��� Ltd.  ������  Ph.  886-2116 ���  Gibsons,   B.C.  ^."office h"u^ Some new faces Books for  Gibsons Post Office will  remain open all day Saturday,  Dec. 23.  It will be closed all day  Monday, Dec. 25, Christmas  Day, and Monday, Jan. 1,  New Year's Day.  The Post Office will be  open on Boxing Day, Tuesday, Dec 26, from 11 a.m'. to  12 noon.   -  ton School Board Sechelt  MRS. C. A. BROUGHTON who was close to 103 years old, died  Sunday in Gibsons. The picture shows Mrs. Broughton being honored at Kinsmen Park in Gibsons at the 1961 July 1 celebration.  ' ' ���    - -    Y ���'  Mrs. Broughton dies  in her 103rd year  j Following    school   board    annual   meetings   at  which   school  Representatives were selected in  . each area   and   the   meeting  of  , those    representatives    to    elect  ,  -.from   among   themselves   mem-  ,. ^Joers  to   be   school  trustees   on  j-jSechelt   District   School   Board,  ���   here, is   how   the   1962   school  :, board  will   shape   up   with ��� one  .: .'exception,    Gibsons.  , I 1962   School   Board  \ Mrs.      C.     ,Jackson,      Wilson  > jCreek, . 1961   chairman.  \ - Leo   Johnson,   Sechelt.  ,  '   Reg   Spicer,   Madeira   Park.  ��� x A Gibsons trustee to be named   by   the  minister   of   educa-  .tion.  :   Don   Macklam,   Port   Mellon.  ,   Mrs.   M!   Ball,   Roberts  Creek.  f Ray      Cumberland,       Sechelt....  j Rural.  \ "  Mrs. Christina Ann Broughton  who would have been 103 years  old on Jan. 18 next, fdiedffSun-  day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Burton L. Broughton in GibsOns.  Mr. Broughton is a son;,  Mrs. Broughton arrived; here  last June after flying down from  Peace River, Alberta, to attend  a family reunion in South Burnaby when five generations gathered for the event/ Gibsons  July 1 celebration committee  honored Mrs. Broughton at Kinsmen Park when she was presented with a bouquet. Later,  when Lt.-Gov. and Mrs. Pearkes  visited Sechelt Indian band both  the lieutenant-governor and Mrs.  Pearkes had quite a conversation with her.  _, The- funeral service will be  held Thursday, Dec. 14 at 2 _hrh.  inf St.'���'..: Bartholomew's Anglican  church with Rev. Denis Harris  officiating. Burial will be made  in f Seaview Cemetery, f Mrs.  Broughtonfwill lie in.state, from  1 p.mYDec. 13 to noon of Dec.  14 at Harvey Funeral Home in  Gibsons.  The five generation Broughton  family now numbers more than  200 persons. Mrs. Broughton  leaves besides her son Burton  in Gibsons, another sohj' Henry  Otis of Peace River. There are  six daughters, Mrs. Francis  Trattrie of Nova Scotia, Mrs.  Adelaide Patterson of USA, Mrs.  Annie Wilson of Alberta, Mrs.  Florence Titcombe of- South Bur-,  riaby, Mrs.aThersa MacMillan in  Alberta and Mrs. Eulalie Fitzgerald of Terrace, B.C. There,  is also. ar "step-daughter,, Edith  Brown* in Nova Scotia. - -- k .\ XL..  E & M BOWLADROME  (By   ED   CONNOR)  Team high three  went to  the.  Midway   of   Gibsons   A   League  with- 3105  and team high  single  to the Strike Outs of the Men's  League with 1121.  Jim  ^Larkman   made   a   nice'  game of 813 this week on open,  play; 331, 247, 235. Gwen Connor"  made   830   on   the   Gibsons   A  League with 318, 244, 268.  League Scores:  S.C.L.: Team, Family Bakery,  2692, (946). W. Robinson 631 (277)  M-. Fromager 692 (314).  Gibsons B: Team, Oops 2774  (954). V.  Swinney 659  (253).    A   , .     ,    ,_.    .  Merchants:  Team,   Gutterballs   'Present  at  this important   cere-  2636,  Jim's TV, 1010.  K. Austin     mony-  676 (260), D. Kendall 636 (245), \ Brownies "flying-up" and wel-  J. LeGros 704 (283), W. Nimmo ^corned by Guide Captain, Mrs.  646,   E.   Bingley   610   (245),   A.. fDeAngehs,     were:     1st    Wilson  Guides  Fly-up  : Nov. 20 was "Fly-up" night for  J Brownies from 1st Wilson Creek  _'jand 1st Sechelt Packs.  \ Guides and Brownies were out  in force, and it was gratifying  to see many mothers and friends  School  Representatives .  Here are the riaimes of the  school representatives/and the  areas in which they were elected at public; meetings:  Bowen Island:  Roy Collin.  Gibsons Rural: Norman Hough  Ozzie Hincks arid Pat Quarry.  Secheit    Rural: YMrs.    R.   L  Liste,  Mrs. D., Smith. /'-  Roberts Creek: ' _VIrs.L. M.  Tidball.  F'ender Harbour:  J. Daly and ,_.  W. Malcolm,    f  . Halfmoon; Bay:   Mrs.   Queenie  Burrows.    ,  Irvines   Landing:    MrsY Elsie  ���.Lee. y "'���'"'-' "-'���'  Nelson Island: L. E. Maynard.  Egmont, J. West.  Vancouver Bayj  H.  A.  Grant.  Gambier Island, C. A. Lett.  Owing to there being no nomination for a Gibsons trustee to  replace Mrs, Christine Ritchey  who retires at the end of, the  year, the vacancy will be filled  by "the minister of education on  recommendation of the school  board. It is understood that a  new district has been akdded for  a school representative, that of  Langdale. This will also have to  be a department appointment.  Sechelt Library Association reports   that   it  has  received   the  first    shipment   /of     purchased  books. The money used for these;  books was from , aA"i^nd^stai-tedk  by Mr. f J.   Strachan,.  a  fordicr ^  teacher in Sechelt.  Mr. Strachan was keenly interested in the lormationf of a .library, and because he and, his  pupils raised money for this project by the giving of concerts,,  it has been possible to purchase:  a very fine selection of children's  books.  All- other books in the library  have been donated by the people of Sechelt and district. Mrsi.  Barclay, the custodian, reports,  that the donors have been very  generous, and that over 1,000'  volumes have now been catalogued. Among the donations received recently- was a copy of-  "Mist on the River" autographed by the author, Mr. Hubert  Evans of Roberts Creek. Ordering of new books for the adult  section is now underway.  Dahl 601, L. Campbell 644 (308).  Gibsons    A:    Team,    Midway  3105  (1084). G.  Connor 830 (318,  244,   268), F. Robertson 624,  K.  "Creek pack, Mary Ritchie, Nan-  ,cy LeWarne and Uenda Stroshein  >lst Sechelt Pack, Mary Lamb.  * Dianne  Patton  and   Janis   Pos-  Stewart   635  (248),   E.  Shadwell  "jtlethwaite.  Family home burns  A Pender Harbour family of  seven persons, including five  children under eight, narrowly  escaped death when fire destroyed their home in the bitterly cold  early hours of Triday last week.  Shortly after 1 a.m., Mrs. Gerald Bilcik; was awakened by the  sound of roaring flames in the  kitchen of their small cottage  at Kleindale. Her screams awakened her husband, and between  them, they managed 'to get the  children, to safety before fire enveloped the house completely.  The blaze took hold so rapidlyY  that the family- was forced out  into the raw  cbid clad  only in  their night attire.  Mr. Gerry Bilcik made a vain  attempt to re-enter the burning  building to retrieve his personal  papers, but was beaten back,  suffering burns to his back and  hands, in the   attempt.  ���"  Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire  Brigade were on the scene  promptly, but were hampered in  their efforts to save the building  by lack of water in the he_ir vu  cinity. The house; which was  fortunately covered; by insurance, was   completely   gutted.  Local organizations are swinging into action in the organiza-.  tion of community efforts-for. .the  relief of the striken family. Red  Cross Headquarters\ in  Vancou-  fverfwas Contacted-byfthe Legion >  Service  officer,   and immediately  shipped  tip  (emergency   sup-,  plies   of   bedding' andclotWng,  plus a substantial grant of funds  to tide over the unfortunate fam-  ���_ty.kk-.kkv;;.'. ,fk zZ ��� "Zx./4lA//:.;  ��bhn Gordon Mulh^  side,   was' 1_U^  tween 12 riobn 'aiid 3IXP^ciZ when  a 30 by 50 foot; former sawmill  shed coUapsedf on him.      k  .'. He had obtained permission to  salvage  some 'timber: from  the  old buildingfnot1/psedlsince1948  and it was whliefhewasr inside:  the    shed,   it Ycoliapsed;  ;Som>  snow had banked; on the��� ��� roof  and   it  is  believed   this   might  have had sohie' bearing on^hip ���,  collapiek   r   Ak YY;'k-YY-  Y-;  Young Ken Austin  and Keith  v  'Simpson who were rambling:  about in that area came upon  the collapsed building and spotted Mullin in the debris. They  hurried to.Hillside Sand and vGra-  - yel premises for help.; RCMP  responded, but Mullin ; was be-.  yond help, death being instant-  ftaneous. 'vf'f'k  ������";'. ���'.'" k  Mu-tin leaves his wife, Patricia  three* small children, - -Martha ���  and Virgtfhia'and'-a son Michael��'  The funeral was held Tues., Dec.  12 at Bowell and Sons chapel in  Vancouver. Burial was made in  Fraser Cemetery.    ���  688   (274),   G.  Taylor   727   (257,  259),  R.   Godfrey   703   (287),  D.  Crosby 689  (248), B.  Fisher 694  (271), JE. Connor 629.  .     Ladies:   Team,   Hopefuls 2342, Y  .-vGarters^- SM^uM.- ��onnpr ���"��� WJ'f  K. Dodd 558, C/ZSntblas ,508,^.'  Panasuk 551, L. Slinn 507 (232),  L. Inglis 529, G. Nasadyk 585:'  Teachers Hi: Team, Hit Urns  2782 (1016). S. Rise 715 (256), J.  Preuss 667 (258), R. Benoit 626  (273), J. Lowden 613, B. Reed  600, G. Yablonski 652, AsTtfarron  263, E.  Cartwright 651  (248).  -  Commercials: Team, Larks,  2808, Automotives, 1011. J. Peddle 668 (280), E. Fisher 640 (243),  D. Matthews 680 (241), E. Shadwell 608 (263), S. Mason 675 (253)  -Port Mellon: Team, Black-  hawks 2625, (955). V. Boyes 617  (257), F. Gallier 601, S. Whitty  262..  Ball & Chain: Team, Flint-  stones, 2707 (1012): W- Douglas  605, Bronnie Wilson 613, D.  Plourde 686, J. Wilson 623 (242).  Men's: Team, Strike Outs 2948  (1121).L,J. Lowden 602, A. Robertson 611 (247), Ii: Godfrey 657  iX264)v Bi- Campbell r615 (253), J.  Harrison 649 (254), J: Drunimond  710 (277), Si Rise 634 (271), E.  Hume 624  (266).  v- High ^School: Team, Strikers,  1665 (606). Blanche Scorgie 504,  (210).  Z':-:.,.:':  Five Guides were presented  iwith year pins, Holly Roche and  f Maureen Akison with three year  fpins and Gail Ritchie, Gae Roche  ' and Heather Roche, 2 year pins.  ,    After  the   ceremonies,   guests  Ver!_;'-��nterta_ned--vwith--campfirer  songs by Guides and Brownies.  ' Refreshments /were   served   by  thfe Guides, assisted by Mrs. G.  _?otts and Mrs. F. Newton.  CHAPLAIN TO   SPEAK  Rev. H. J. Kelly, chaplain of  the Mission to Seamen will speak  in this area on Sunday, This  mission is established in North  Vancouver. The chaplain will tell  how the Mission to Seamen has  filled a gap in the lives of those  who go down to the sea in ships,  at each church service.  M  rs.  kpriaf s  S. Uawe  Sechelt vote  Here are the results of the  municipal election in Sechelt. on  Thursday, Dec. 7 when four nominees sought two vacant seats  on  Sechelt  council:  Gordon,   H. B.  80,   elected.  Swain,   William,   75,  elected.  Benner,  Joseph  L, 43.  Hansen,   Lauritz,   37.  Mr. Gordon and Mr. Swain,  sitting members on the present  council were therefore re-elected, for another two year- term.  This means this year's council  -wi_U continue, for ^another f year.,  . SECHELT BOWLING ALLEY  (By ORV MOSCRliP  ..On Sunday Gibsons bowlers  came to Sechelt for a return  match. Led by Harold Jorgensen with 814 and Sig Rise, 740,  they, took total pins again, 12,038  to 11,370. We'll rest up until the  New Year and tackle them again-  ; League Scores  Gibsons Legion  annual meeting  Gibsons Branch No. 109, of the  Royal Canadian Legion are conducting their annual meeting for  electing 1962 officers and executive, Wed., Dec. 20, at 8 p.m. in_  fthe Legion Hall.  Already a good list of candidates are nominated for the various offices, and more are/likely  to be added before the elections,  which will take place as soon as  Legion business is disposed of.  ff With the keen interest already  shown, a well attended meeting  is expected. Members having  cars are asked to bring as many  others as they can. Should any  member desire transportation,  ;they; may phone Gibsons Taxi,  886-2211 and arrange to be picked up. Make it a must to attend,  and put your choice into the office desired.  St. Hilda's vW.A.;,ejected Mrs.  W. B. Billingsley as ^president;  Mrs. E. E. Redman, vice-president, Mrs. H. B. Gray, secretary-  treasurer and Mrs. S. Dawe,  Mrs. S. Stone and Mrs. F. French  as executive members.  Mrs. Dawe was presented with  a gold Life Membership badge  and scroll with the presentation  being made by Mrs. Redman  and Mrs. Billingsley. Rev. Denis  Harris conducted the service.  Mrs. Dawe has worked With the  Anglican W.A. in Vancouver and  Sechelt for 50 years.  ��� A social followed the ceremony  The W.A.' has received a 75 cup  electric coffee maker as a Christmas gift from Mr. and Mrs. Jack  Redman.  Two misL  misnaps  Two auto - mishaps occurred'  Friday and Saturday, one in Gibsons and the other at Langdale.  In the Gibsons accident, the car  driven by Mrs. John Haddock of  Madeira Park failed to stop at-  the bottom of School road owing to a broken brake hose and.'  collided with a' car driven by  Ernest Drew. Both cars were  damaged. 'A  In the Langdale accident, E.  J. Mullin of Hopkins Landing  skidded off the snowy road and  was patched up with six stitches  on a head injury.  SUNDAY SCHOOL EVENT  Gibsons   United   church   Sunday school will hold its annual  Christmas program Friday even-  .ing,   Dec.   22,   starting  at  7:30  p.m. There will be musical en-  ��� _������ j.      *��� ^   * -j.     ��<>_ /,nx      terfainment    with    vocal   selec-  ^I*dies|i4nda Carter 685 (251>;    tipns by the school classes and  'instrumental selections.  AtielDVieS        Alfred Striiclef  ���v   Alfred  Struck,  70, resident  of.-;.  Gibsons for 14 years and bndrtirqe j:  secretary of the Ratepayers as- .  sociation   died /Sunday   in -Lbs  Angeles, Calif. He had gone there  -.fbirfa;hbUday.''''.'f''-:':f'v;f'''!-'-::i-.-fj/ -  'Y-He  came ; to - Canada inklW8  from  Berlin; Germany aridkwas  ah upholsterer iri Vancouver.!-:;  : He leaves his wife,1 one'son, a  daughter, five grandchildren and  two great-grandchildren: He, was .  quite a sports fisherman and liked outdoors life. During the-First ���  Wdrld  War; he  served  with the  'German ,navy.\ f"      ��� -Y '������  ;;f  ;'.  A funeral service will be held  Sat., Dec. 16 at 1 p.m. at Mount  Pleasant  chapel,  Kingsway  and  11th   in   Vancouver.   Cremation  will follow.  .Harriet Duffy 306, Peggy Doyle;  305.   Pender:   Ev   Klein   685   (265);;c?Y .    v x  '��� Gordon Freeman 803 (290, 287). (v -    ..,-. LIBRARY   DAYS  Peninsula   Commercial:' Linda.Xx Gibsons Public Library will be  Carter  651   (274),   Orv Moscrip    closed on Sat., Dec. 23; and Tues.  832   (309)> Audrey   Benner -254,-v Dec. 26,-but will be open on Dec.  Frank . NewtOn 282, 287, Harriet ^   30.        :.  v  fbuffy 269^ Dick,.Clayton 3?6i  Mrs; Lucken  heads auxiliary  The Ladies Auxiliary to Royal  Canadian Legion branch 140 elected Mrs. C. G. Lucken, president, Mrs. J. Browning and Mrs.  F. Ritchie, first and second vice-  presidents; Mrs. J. Murphy, recording secretary; Mrs. F.  French, corresponding secretary  and Mrs. Gladys Ritchie, ser-  geant-at-arms.  Executive members are Mrs.  E. McWilliams, Mrs. L. Hansen  and Mrs.: M. Thompson. Poppy  Fund;.representatiye will be Mrs.  George Batchelor. Past president,  is Mrs. Ruth Mitchell.  JRC luncheon  Junior Red Cross of Davis Bay  School held a luncheon party  Dec. 8 at Simpkinsplace. Four  pretty young ladies from grade  6, Venda Stroshein, Nancy LeWarne, Jacki Spencer and Florence Bateman, assisted the three  mothers, Mrs. Connie MacDonald, Mrs. T. Y. Ritchie and Mrs.  Burnet. Fifty-five /children attended, supervised by Mrs. Sey- ..  mour, principal and Miss Zrall.  A  fair profit was achieved.  '; The. . Sundowners,. a Warner  Bros.; release of about'one; ^year  ;ago will be shown at Sechelt  Theatre   Friday,   Saturday   arid  ��� Monday;' 4:yy:}-..^./y:-..y.;y../4y,.. ,,,.^  Stars in this"^ilih include; De--  bbrah .'��� Kerr, Robert . Mitchuni,  Peter A Ustiribv^v "Glynis .Johns;  .Dina Merrill f and others. . The  scene is Australia, and.,sun-.  downers, - honieless people who  settle where-the setting jsiin finds  them. The family except for the  father wari.ts to * settle down oh  a small farih biit the climax is  the usual iri such cases. After trying, the family bankroll goes  down the drain and they resume  hitting the road, carefree and  happy.  Sports Club: Harriet Duffy 635f  (25g, 268), Don Tirigley 756, Dor-:  ottiy_ Smith  268.     ff;  Ball & Chain: Queenie Byig 539  TomYHeynoIds '802 (288), Matt  Jaegar. 7p8 (293),; Joey Fisher 312  Howard Carter 286  ���^ DON'T CUT'IT!.   ,.  vYuletide loggers in the Coastal  areas of B.C. are warned, by the  Fprest .Service that fthe safest  way to, acquire a Christmas tree  RETURN TO DUNCAN  Mr. and Mrs. H. Jenner.of Al-  Ienby Road, Duncan, have' re-':  turned home after a visit at the  Soames Point home of Mrs. Florence Mann, cousin of ��� Mr. Jen-.  ner. Also visiting Mrs. Mann  was Capt. Austin Craven, who  accompanied Mrs. Mann and the  .Junior.:   Arjene   Johnson- 358    *s/tb; .buy it from a- commercial    Jenners oh their return to Dun  -(216),..Ste^e. Wheeler 400   (225):-  Te�� -'Pins:'.Otv   Moscrip- 594A  (235),Yfeen "Skytte 586  (251).  '    r T^COUT MEETING   '  A meeting of the Sechelt Pen-v  insula Boy Scout Association was  held at thejiome of J. H. Macleod ��� on Thursday evening, Dec.  7. W. H. Parsons, president of  the association, presided. The  meeting was called to draft  plans for 1962.     -  ilptA downtown. The Forest Ser-  v\c'e; .issues no ..|>6.ttriits ';py.. permissions to}dntZ Christmas trees  bn.."Crbwn lands on the Coast,  which "includes allof Vancouver  Island arfd the southern Mainland west of the Cascade Mountains, as well as all the Islands  in the Gulf of Georgia.-The Ser-  . vice also does not offer suggestions as to where trees can be  cut.  can. Mrs. Mann and Capt. Craven were married at Nanaimo on  Nov. 29.  CHURCH  PICTURED  Hasti-notes with a picture in  color of the new United church  building in Gibsons are now available and can be purchased  from members of the W.A. or  from the Coast News.  at all Anglican church  services  BAPTIST TREAT  The Baptist Sunday School of  Gibsons are having their children's concert on Sunday, Dec.  17, at 7 p.m. in the old United  Church on Marine Drive. There  will be carol singing,' recitation?,  musical numbers and a pageant  by the primary class. All are  cordially invited.  TURKEY BINGO  A big Turkey Bingo is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 21. It  will be held in the School Hall  with the Kiwanis club as sponsor. ..;.  Prizes for the evening will hit  the $300 mark -with the average  prize running ��� (from $10 to $15.  Cards will cost, $1 each and there  will be no limit as to the number  one can hold.  Proceeds.will be placed in the  Christmas Hamper fund whjch'  the Kiwanis club along with other  organizations 'delivers each  Christmas to families who need  such assistance. 2       Coast News, Dec. 14, 1961.  tZZ 1?z& Comas Once in a Lifetime  1X%'\  A VBtSOEB CLASSIC  ��� for -ifre eHRis7>i/A''  -mee pesTopMS  Wnz Coast Mews  ';''' '      Fred Cruice, Editor"and Publisher.  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd., P.O.  Box 128, Gibsons, B.C., and authorized as second class mail and for  ment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Weekly Newsier  Association, B.C.  Weekly Newspaper  Association and B.C  _kly   Newspapers Advertising  Bureau, 608-1112   W.   Pender St.,  . acouver, B.C. . .Yy'  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  Stalk first then shoot!  The art of stalking game has apparently gone by the boards  when one considers the number of hunters who are so negligently  lulled each year.  There was a time when a hunter would be so sure of his target  no mistake was possible. Real hunters do just that. Trigger-happy  people who call themselves hunters are a menace, a dreadful menace.  They shoot at movement, not at a defined target. Foliage.is a natural camouflage for practically anything and a keen eye is needed  to be able to pierce that camouflage.  Perhaps it might help if our game associations banded together  to provide movie shots of game as it appears behind the camouflage  of shrubbery and how a man or youth would appear in the same  netting. It is not expected that this would cause the complete removal of accidental shootings of hunters but it might help, some hunters  to practice patience before pulling a trigger. It is quite an art to be  able to read the signs of nature and make the right decision. It is  not a hopeless art. Correct reading makes correct decisions.  Hunters.in self-defence should gd into hunting areas before the  shooting starts taking along a pair,of good binoculars and view what  they see with a naked eye then study, it with binoculars. It would  ..help. .   ...'���������. ''"-'Y.' ���   "';'':' .  A matter qiseH defence  A letter to the editor last week, signed by Leslie R. Jackson,  commented on the consideration in New Zealand, of a Public Bodies  "Meetings bill. The bill was the result, it appears,' of public bodies  becoming secretive about matters that came before them.  The bill is aimed at creating more open discussion in public affairs; No one will deny that such an attitude; is quite natural, but  what could be considered is why does such a condition arise? The  answer could also hold a clue to the present lack of people willing  io step forward and take on the responsibility of public office.  Why do volunteer public bodies become' secretive?. Because they  >vant to? Because they could not care less for public opinion? Be-  j.   cause they are hampered in their efforts to administer as best they  -r:   can? Because they get fed up with sniping, innuendoes, misinforma-  ?- tion and mandatory demands? Because they do not know any better?.  Any one of the above could be given as a reason and any series of  Jiiem could also, apply.  ;Volunteer members of public bodies have the same right to re-  ���sceptful consideration as has the ordinary person yfho is a member  v,jof no organization whatsoever. Democratic rights are not only on the  yk^side of minorities. Majorities have rights too. Compromise may ap-  : ��pear to be a sign of weakness to some people but a step on the'lad-  ?.Y<der toward the result sought can sometimes lead to owning the ladder  ���:.'���)... V' Usually the best cure for people who are not satisfied with the  -_tetions of the public body they attack, is that they become a member  '���-'/*$& the public body and find out the multiplicity of things involved in  ";cijh^ir_ every action. Another point for consideration is intelligent an-  'u\aljy��ik of ways and means of achieving one's desired objective.  ZZ?, !aWhen ^e Coast News or any other publication has to deal with  rr,j?omeone who wants to call all the shots, including how the paper  should-rbe run, the editor promptly uses his democratic right to ig-  aaore-that-person.  EijibUjcJjodies are made up of individuals capable of thinking for  theinsetves and do not feel like being whipping boys for the public,  lo thelp'.essYradio or TV. In the average case, secrecy by public bodies  -Mrijjs -ft. fatter-of self-defence. The reader can figure out why self-  ���J?iSef��n^M5.cft_aes necessary.  h?ihiU  hlo  otit t:\  ���    '      , ...  T-nriT .ovhCl  otihi  NEW BOOKS Letters to the editor  AT LIBRARY  .Prepared;^  IM CYCL O.'P EdI A kCA N ADIANfl  What is Canada's greatest Y,  tunneling feat?  Although there are; tunnels  of much greater length in Canada, the system of; spiral - tunnels completed in 1911 on the  C~P.R. line through A fcickirig  Horse Pass in the Rocky Mountains, is considered the most re-  markable achievement ofCanadian tunneling; Designed to-reduce the gradient (which formerly reached a maximum of  4.5 pc) between the continental  divide and Field, B.C., the first  tunnel enters Mt. Ogden from  ithse west, circles and crosses  its own -line 50 feet abovefits  point of entry; the track theii  crosses Kicking Horse River  and enters Mt. Cathedral, where  a second tunnel circles and  again crosses its own line with  a gain in elevation oi 54ffeet.  The two tunnels together compose a gigantic figure eight  more than 1.1 miles in length,  with a gain in elevation of 104  Deet and a gradient of only  albOut 1.7 p.c.  Are-there mary Canadian >���  Canadian VJC.'s?  The Victoria Cross (V.C.),  -lightest award for valor given  in the British Commonwealth,  has been awarded to almost  100 Canadians ��� to one-third  posthumously. The order was  ���instituted January 29, 1846 By  Quieen Victoria to reward, individual servicesYof exceptional couragje in action by members of all ranks of the armed  Services. The medal is in the  iform of a Maltese cross surmounted by a lion and bearing  on a scroll below the words .  "For Valour." A small annuity)  ��� in Canada $50 a year Y���  accompariies the decoration. ;;'k  Only one award of the V.fc.  has been made for a brave deed  not done in the actual presence  of the enemy. That was to  Timothy O'Hea, in Canada, in  1867. At Danville, Quebec,  O'Hea discovered a fire inf a  munitions truck and at imminent risk to his life worked  for an hour to successfully extinguish the blaze.  GIBSONS ADULT  DEPT.  A   Sunset   Touch   by   Howard  Spring.  Y The  Green   Eyed   Monster   by  Patrick Quentin.  Take  Care   of  My   Roses,   by  B.   Breuer.  Stephen Morris by Nevil Shute.  The Long  Summer  of  George  Adams  by Weldon  Hill.    ,  My Friend Annie by Jane Dun-  . can.  Chairman of the Bored by Edward  Streeter.  The Foreigner by Ralph Blum.  Stories  for  Late   at  Night by  Alfred Hitchcock.  A Passion ^n Rome by Morley  . Callaghan.  Spirit Lake by MacKinlay Kan-  tor.  Despite  the   Distance  by  Will  R. Bird.  Splash   One   Tiger   by   R.   J.  Childerhose.  The House at Old Vine by Nor-  ah Lofts.  Lore   and   Peanut   Butter   by  Lesley Conger.  Why Rock  the Boat  by  Wm.  Weintraub.  The Ivy Tree by Mary Stewart.  Fear is  the  Key  by  Alistair  MacLean.  ,   The Glass Barrier by Joy Packer.  Wild and Free by H. M. Batten  I Met a Lady by Howard Spring  Editor: I read with much interest, your answer to the letter from Mr. A. A. Lloyd, in the  Nov, 23 issue of your valuable  paper.  , You are so right 'If .all the  people of this area now hospitalized at St. Mary's and elsewhere  were ordered to occupy St.  Mary's Hospital beds, the institution would not be able to handle them.'  Just think what would happen  if all the young women of suitable age and marital status in  this area happened to have babies in the same week, Isn't it  dreadful to think of? Babies  would be popping in every direction, like a popper full of corn,  and no lid on it! Or if everybody  got the heebie-jeebies about the  lack of hospital accommodation  at the same time, and needed  treatment!  The only way out of the difficulty, that I can think of, is to  delay   the building  of   the new  hospital-for a time, until the  population of the Peninsula wai-  rants keeping St. Mary's open,  and then we'll have the necessary accommodation. With St.  Mary's closed, I'm afraid even  the new hospital would not be  able to accommodate all the  people who might need hospital-  zation.  Kay Wray      Irvines Landing.  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.   .  Ph.   886-2116  ��� CUb-oa--  WILDWOOD   HEALERS  While the use of "forest-  growa" medicaments has inev-  itaJblir declined since the days  when the pioneers were heavily  dependent on the land for their  pharmaceuticals, the following  items froih native trees ane still  being quoted in commfercial  (drug and chemical lists:  Balm-of-Gilead buds, Balsam  tips and neediljes, Blackhawk  bark, Caseara bark, Cramp  bairk, Dogwood bark, Elder  flowers, Elm bark, Fringeftree  Root bark, Laurel leaves,  Prickly-ash bark, Sumac leaves.  Wahoo Root bark, White Pine  bark, Wild Cherry bark, nad  Witch Hazel bark.  Othier tree-grown medicinals  undoubtedly find'regional sale  in less than commercial Vats in  accordance with local traditions, particularly in remote  rural communities where the  country store is still an important distributing centre for time-  ihonored home remedies.  takes the WRY  out of Canadian Whisky  Full strength whisky,  very light and extremely mild  in character.  ^ FRIES, LIMITED  �����w*-��K_-2U  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the  Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  What Irdian food served  Arctic explorers?  ..*  -Vutoni^biie^^rere offered to consumers "completely equipped"  for the first time _n 1910.  .^���T_^an��fhQjHv,e�� by the golden rule today never,has to apolo-  >jfnr_o_s attiM^ldniorrow.  Y }i-;.^, He_orai&oucc_AttjCi^dthA old folks, remember that even though a  H ���abck?i��lniBfidownplt'iori_aiffrtwice a day.  r.'r,U  IcoihZ  otU u\ - hloil ��<<   '<������" " ~ - "  -dT.'qa   a;  (tiilo  z\iik:aVA..,odl,.ftti'.v, ,.,.- ���.    f-���     ��� -4,  ..--      ^>.  jw f|iw   Int^ri'egjtiuoi  *T ^ MmM  f^t ^mmtMM  iuiMnated  h miracles in view  ��r*finwd-��Fffl��to>mF9frai -  .���  ������  f.K?n;tjft oi-j Jjjagfcwflic&j ftPoBP#vl-f dawn accumulated;  Westwajido-thendopthj of midrffcnfcs liquid blue.  ivjfrtsv   bnul SUeatatfq, andrtheldOwitfcJnto__i*��H^;  vjrfio i\)Vu UTli.u1_ftii0i_affo��d--��a; faw^^^MthrpMgh  r-.ou oi.v/ p^iflifi^^ftafcJaHlfem ��_bfibu___M����.f(i 10  ��J>��w-; v..��t     t'-->'.:\-i".;��  Pemimican. Tliis was aliform'  of concentrated  food  used  by  the Indians of  thie  plains, vits  ingredients   varying   according  to supplies available. The com-  tmonest -type  was  bison   (Buffalo) meat cut into thin strips  and smoked or dried in theisuii.  ' Mixed with melted  fat,  sometimes flavored with berries, iit -  was pouredr into skin contain-.:  ers where it solidified and kept'.'.  indefinitely.   Pemmican is one >  of the most concentrated; foods  kn'own,;;. from  any; part of the  world   and . has beenf .used Z, 'eljft-Al  tensively by European explcirr'f  ers,   esspeciall^yi   in   the  Arctic,.,  within    the,   last century. Although bison meat is considered   to have  the  finest flavor,  pemmican   can be made from  the flesh of any other mammal,  and varies in quality and taste,  depending upon the amount of  meat and fat used. k  Who gave a potlatch?.  The   Indians   of ; the . West  Coast. Potlatch was -a word ap-  . plied ���'���" to-   a variety of; Indian-,  Feasts     and Y ceremonies     at  which    the - giving- away   of   .  goods was the main feature. Ah  ambitious   man f would   save,  borrow and receive help from  his relatives or clan members  in order to give as large a nunir  ber of "presents" as possible to  all at the Potlatch. He might  reduce himself to destitution in  this   ��� w;ay, : .but    the^ fame so  achieved wouicl remain a source  of pridoand: glory."  ���; The public beftoyirel of gifts  was necessary to'Validate every  type"bi-.iB^y-ty;.\;^'''-ft^-rlage  or the building of a house, for  example.   TheY principal   waa  simple:  thekgreatar the value  of    goods    the    greater    the  "Strength" odC whatever was being validated. Jealousies as to  Tteaative status were often set-    .  tl��4 by etifllnp^tlo^  or soroetiines;;f^ ; ^ir^t_tioos  to see w_k> couftd destroy the   ;  most  p_t>p��^,?:incltii_^    the  burning of canoes oc' the; ktt-  lintf of slaves. .���;���' \  ���','��������� T���   ��� -   '���'..)   ������'���'���      '''���'.- ".   ''   ''  BROA9 LEAF BVERG5REKN   i  ; ��� ;._jSe :.ar&utusr__''%__^:vonlir; na- '. /  Wve ! bttMidleai   evwglreen   ia  Canadto.   Growing   msdnly' .in\  Hjocky coastal areas of British  iColumbia, at or neiar sea level,  (fcbe /colorful.. ragged  barlced  ao-buttis has shiny green leaves  TVhose.highf gloss . sheds wfttter t  papidly ' thus  protecting _hem   f  from   ice    datnagje do winter  months.  >^^iA^_^.%_^-_AW^_^__^_^i^  He will  before he starts earning  The important ones will be learned from  now until he grows up. The more education  he gets the better he will be able to  compete in the modern world. The  ihsuR-nbe policy  guarantee hk college expenses, no matter  .yfat,hAp)p^':tp.y^ ' iA/"'Z"l'y-'A'/  Undoubtedly, you are presenUy insured,  but yourv ��^rcun^  make sure your life insurance keeps in  : step -ritibybur t_Te. Tell your life ___n_ri__es  . agent what It is you w��mt for yotir fsmily's  future. Guarantee that your family will  always enjoy the comforts and security  you have provided for them. Make sure of  tomorrow,today.  ONLY LIFE INSURANCE CAN PROTECT YOU  . " THESE 'IIVE; WAYS- '  1. Guaranteed benefits at big��xp��n<* times. You  can guarantee funds for future ���xpeoses such  ^8endinochlldrSrttoc6il��(je.  t. Guaranteed immediate protection, from the  k^G^W^  8. Guaranteed protection, no, speculation,; rid  Y guessing. You know exactly the number of  ���A. dollars to cbm"Si\'k,V;.'���."'���'* .',  ff:  ���. Guaranteed retirement income. You have an  iheoine you can never outlive.  8. Guaranteed protection for the home. Your  family will never inherit an unpaid mortgage.  *    WHO* PEOPLE DEPEND OH YOU...YOU CAN DEPEND ON UFE INSURANCE  ���THE'lIFE   INS U RANCE   COMPANIES   IN   CAN ADA  1.9*1�� Christmas  color  combinations  ABRAMS  CATTANACH  A pretty wedding took place  Friday, Dec. 1 in Glad Tidings  TabernaCiO, Gibsons,-' when Jean ���  Moira, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. John Cattariach became the  bride of Donald 'Wayne, son \ of  Mr. and Mrs. Donald Abrams.  Pastor R. F. Norris officiated.  The radiant bride wore a lovely white gown of lace with a  satin bodice and long sleeves,  the three tier lace' skirt "had se- -'  quins with an embossed flower  and leaf pattern. Her three-quarter length veil was held by a-  cryslai crown and she- ca'rried a  bouquet of red roses.  Miss- Janet -Cattanach, was,,  maid of honor, ^Miss Vicki Abrams was bridesmaid. They  wore pink and white gowns and  carried bouquets of pink carnations.  Mr.   Bud- McLeanr was   best  man and ushers were Mr. Dickr  Galley and Mr. Grant Cattanach. '*  Soloists    were    Mrs.   Marlene  Norris,  Mrs.  Jean  Stewart- and  Mr.  Dave Paulson.. Duets  were  sung by Mrs.-Jean Stewart and  ^  Mrs.   Faye " Bucks..   The   ladies'*  trio also sang, Mrs. Jean Stew-"  -  art,   Mrs.   Marie   Paulson   and,;  Mrs. Faye Hicks.    Y - "   Y    ~  Around 100 guests were at the  reception  where   Mr.  Bud - -McLean proposed the ' bridal toast.  Two    congratulatory ^'telegram's  were read by Pastor'^Norris .r, Orie  from the bride's aunt iri Hope-  man,  Morayshire,  Scotland who  had sent the bride a famous travelling-rug with-the- clan .plaids.  on  it.-The .other  telegram was  from the groom's parents in Letff-  bridge, Alta. The .great number  of lovely wedding gifts were all  displayed.    Serving   were   Mrs.  Pearl- McLean, Mrs. Effie Norris, Miss Joan Szabo, Miss !Rob-  in Norris,  Miss Maryann Szabo  and Miss Margret Szabo.  Following the reception the  bride and groom left on a motoring trip to California. The bride  wore a red tartan going away  suit. '���������  CERAMICS EXHIBITION  Annual exhibition of B.C.  pottery and handcrafts will be  .veld in the Fine Arts Gallery,  University of British" Columbia,  from March 20 to April 7. The  Canadian Ceramics 1961 ex-  lbibition will be on dasspla_/| ^t  jthe same time. Rules and entry  forms will be sent out in Feb-  truary. Coinmunicaitions- should  be sent to : The Curator, Fine  Arts Gallery, University of  British Colinxibiai k Vancouver,  8, B.C. ,   ,  Printed Pattern  ?boUll/a>uhoU  ONE SIZE  FOR   36" DOLL  9051  > i  Feel like trying something different this Christmas? Try decorating your tree with new colors and styles of Christmas lights  If jyour living room has white  walls',' andv "furniture Upholstery  and rugs;wl in+ burnt orange and  beige shades,:- with/ dark woodwork,' .try *a gold painted tree  decorated with red sparkle lights  only. These are a beautiful magenta red, with clear glass, that  really do sparkle. v They are on  the market this year for the first  time." *,i    ���     - -,.  -  A living room with blue walls,  and furniture and rug in blues,  greens   and' white,   would   look  really  attractive with  a  Christmas tree painted white, and decorated, with turquoise and green-  lighted ice lights. These are also  new this year When,lit they create a beautiful' wintry look that  is quite attractive.  -YFor the traditional living room  with green .walls, and chintz covered furniture''and  darE woodwork, there is  nothing  like the  natural    green    tree   decorated  with a .mixture of red, green, yellow and blue}>$par��le, lights. For ',  a moire forhidt living room, with '  beige walls ari'dr neutral' furnish  ings, try a gold tree decorated  with gold and white lighted ice  lights.  Another color combination is  mushroom walls, w;ith greens,  pinks and browns in upholstery  and rug. This would be set off  by a pink tree,, decorated with  mixed snowball lights in six  beautiful pastel shades. When  turned off, they instantly become  white as snowballs.  Coast News, Dec.  14, 1961.       3  making   their  home  in   Albany.  Al Pelletier  of Britannia  was  the  weekend  guest of  Mr.   and  Mrs.  R.  J.   Eades.  ;Miss Dorothea and Miss Shelly* Gorins with their aunt and  uncle,' Mr.- and Mrs. - Roger  Gorins, are visiting the J.  Crocker  family   from^ Dq'se.  J. Galliford is viciting hi.  daughter, Mrs. Boyte, r. :d _a-n-  ily, in Bellingham.  Roberts Creek  (By Madge Newman)  Mrs.- Helen Lau is off again  this year to spend the winter  months in a warmer clime. Last  year she cruised in the. Orient.  This winter it will be Mexico  where she will join Mr. and Mrs.  J. Sipe, making their headquarters in a trailer from which  they will make excursions by  car, moving the trailer to a different site when, the present  one is exhausted."  Mr. and Mrs. Sipe spent a  summer vacation at Mrs. Lau's  Mr. Sipe is assistant manager  of   Pacific    Light   and   Power,  ' If you feel sleepy on the  highway at night, it. might be  ithe late hour, or it might be  carbon monoxide. Whatever  ithe cause, get off the road and  ft'akie a nap. It may save your  ���life. *  PUBLIC NOTICE  MUNICIPAL OFFICE WILL BE OPEN ON  THURSDAY, DEC. 21/61  CLOSED ON SATURDAY, DEC. 23/61  JULES A. MAINIL, Clerk.  USE  CHRISTMAS  SEALS  Don't  say   Bread,   say   "McGAVIN'S"  Local Sales Rep.  Norman  Stewart  Ph. 886-9515  R.R.I,  Gibsons  WANT ADS ARE  SALESMEN  THE ALL NEW  62 OLDSMOBILE  Printed 'Pattern 9051: Wardrobe for the BIG, 36-inch sister  doll J-ttie girls love best. Includes ���"> blouse, skirt, bolero,  pedal pushers. Easy-sew printed pattern.-Pont delay ��� send  ���mow! ':?-].zz.'  (Printed Partem 9051: Waand-  irobe for 3 6-irich dolls. Please  see pattern for yardages.  Send FORTY CENTS (40c) in  eoins (stamps' cannot be accepted) for this pattern. Please'  print plainly SIZE, NAME, AD*  DRESS, STYLE NUMBER.  . Senfr your order to MARIAN  MARTIN care of the Coast  News, Pattern Dept.,. 60'Front  St. West, Toronto, Ont.  YOU'RE INV-TEID to a Fall-  Winter fashion spectacular ���  see. 1Q01 styles  to  sew  In our  new Pattern Catalog.  No'mat-'  ter wliat size, you'll find it! 35c  \ *  -, ���   ^ j-\  ii  ibou�� owning an OLDS!  This is Oldsmobile for 1962! Fashioned with flair.:. powered for  driving exhilaration! Long ... sleek automotive styling at its  beautiful best! You relax in luxury-lounge interiors fashionfed in  the tones and textures of modern living. You experience the  authoritative power of Oldsmobile performance... the solid new  "feel" of 4-S Hydra-Matic���super-smooth, whisper quiet.  And you tingle with the knowledge that this is Oldsmobile in its  finest form���bringing you the ultimate pleasures of motoring.  From the first exciting moment that you park it in the drivieway,  you're-aware that there's -something extra" about owning an  Oldsmobile for '62... perfection styled infthe magnificence that  only Olds could attempt���-only Olds cnvAd achieve!  The distinctiveness of the Super 88's. . . beautifully visible in the  powerful hardtop Holiday Sedan,f. roomy Celebrity Sedan, rakish  Holiday Coupe (illustrated in foreground): and capacious Fiesta  Station Wagon. Four Super 88 models���and each one is spectacular!  A General Motors Value  The practicality of the Dynamic 88*s... yours to enjoy in the stylish  Celebrity Sedan ���' (illustrated in background), sporty Holiday Coupe,  fashion-rich Holiday Sedan, zesty Convertible and the 2 or 3-seat  Fiesta Station Wagon.  The lirsuryof the Ninety-Eights... the very finest Oldsmobiles. Your  first glance tells jrou they're top of the line. Perfection that's magnifi-.'  cently apparent in the sleek Holiday Sports Sedan (illustrated), the  elegant Town Sedan, sport-roofed Holiday Sports Coupe, glamorous  Holiday Sedan and fun-loving Convertible Coupe. Plus the sparkling,  spirited Starfire���an Old-X-ob-le original���available in Convertible  and.Holiday Coupe. X     -���'!������   '  From Dashing Cutlass Sports  Convertible (Illustrated) to thrifty. ....  Club Cotipe there are nine Fun-to-drivo  F-85s...a_l trim,terrific...every   ���  inch __. OH_mnfrife!  ���*������_.''::  WhitewaU tires optional at extra coat  0-163._  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODU  Y   WILSON C^EEK   '���  :'  V,  *  S-2111 HELP THE   FIREMEN  Help the fire chief and his men  have a Merry 'Christmas by us^;  ing   care   with   fire  around   the  house, says the Canadian Under-  FOR SALE  Pullets, 6 mos. old, started to lay  High bred heavy breed crossed  with finest layer. $1.85. Ph. 886,  2592.  writers'. Association- The chief  and his men, like everyone else,  would f prefer v tof have quiet  Christmas .f dinners with their  families, -the '.C:U.A., adds. In addition, you can fhave a Merry  Christmas yourself without the  prospect of a rebuilding bill in  January.  The Christmas wreath represents the crown ofZ thorns, and  the  berries the  drops of blood.  SPECIAL  DECEMBER 18  WOMENS SLIPPERS  CUDDLE PUPS, red, green,, bl/tie, sizes 5; to 9 $3.49  BOYS CORD SLIPPERS, red only.1 ta 5 $199  XMAS HOURS:  *"���������> FrL, Sat. 9 ia.mY_o 9 p.m.  . Mon. 9 tXJta^ ^6 pjmX 4  DONS SHOE STORE  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre* ��� Ph. 886-26_-4  Phone 885^331 ��� Sechelt  Beautiful & Practical  Christmas Girts  For all the Family  OPEN MONDAYS TILL XMAS  Shop Early for  Christmas Slippers  Vaarious Colors,and Styles���.,''..."    k   ,;..  ^.;     x    f   GlFT\W_lAPPEi>,.;^'vr aZZaAz  Mens & Boys Hush Puppies  Womens up to size 11  Packaged Party Slippers 99# & up  Purses & Shoe Accessories  Wigard's Shoe Store  Phone _��5-95i9 Y^'  ��ag��iaa_a����_��fl*aw-^^  I  a&wvYiq you, wttfo  itgqcggiippggew*^^  KEN'S FOODLAND  PHONE  Baby Beef liver  Smoked Picnic Hams  49c lb  39c lb  * A    ��� *.  <*  !��������*<��� ���������������J <�����<  *t����**��*����*M��*��**��a��*t����-��������������������������������������������'  SWANSONS  TV DINNERS  CHICKEN or  TURKEY  !��������<��*�����������������������#*#�����������������������������������������������*��-��������������*������������  SALAD BOWL  SALAD DRESSING 32 oz.  each  '���������������*��aaa��aaaaai  )..����� *������<������<������>���*��������)����������� ��alt#��M4>����MaM<l��<|i��MHM*��4��t4MI��M��l  TORT GARRY COFFEE  Y��l_OWi_lt)��l '":..������  *b.  PAULINS  Homect.de  CHOCOLATES - 1 \h. Box  l*4��t*��4M*<l4*��*4<'  rM��#*##����*��**��**#����#��4*���� #*#������#���**��#�����������������������*������������**������*������������**��������� ���*��������������#  Christmas Candies' 4- Chocolates -~ Mixed Nuts  Japanese Oranges ��� Hams ��� Turkeys  '   in good supply this weekend.  SHOP EARLY FOft YOUR XMAS NEBDSk  AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT Yyy  ....   y*AC&NtB��lX..y..  R.:WpMGj!:DrY;'^  10 to 12 a.rti. ^--2 to 6 p;in.  Evening:; appointments f~  CLOSED'WEDNESDAY  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall -  Phone 886-9843     "  TENDER FOR FLOAT-,.  Word has reached "William H.  Payne, Conservative member for  Coast Capilano constituency that  Greenlees Piledriving . Company  Ltd., of Vancouver has obtained  the contract for float renewal  at Secret,Cove. There were four  tenders' received and the Greenlees tender was for $8,351.72.   '  Coast News, Dec. 14, 1961.  ->.  !     X '        . y:      ;.,!. -  DUTCH  GIBSONS ^  $1 Turkey dinner  Dec. 21   11-2pm & 4.30 on  IMMEDIATE DEL.  Fill! rilKMHlN  I 1962   OLDS   F-85   STA-  [TION^GON: k  ����� equipped with Hydramatic  Trans,. Heater and Defroster,  Two-speed elec. Wipers*' Back  up lites, Oil Filter, Deluxe  Radio,  Antifreeze,  Two  tone.  1962   CHEV.   BEL   AIR  SPORTS COUPE  equipped with Antifreeze,  Padded Dash, Radio, White-,  wall tires, Wheel Trim Discs,  Automatic. Trans, Back - up  lites,  Wipers  and  Washers;  1962  PONTIAC  SEDAN  equipped with. Antifreeze  padded, front 'seat. Armrests,  Whitewalls, Wheel discs, HD  springs, Elec. Wipers. .Y  1962   CHEVY  II SPORT  COUPE Nova 400  equipped with Antifreeze  Padded Dash, Radio, Wheel  Trim Discs* Back-up Lites,  Two Tone  paint.  OFFERS  plainly marked on the envelope,  "Offer for Scrap Metal," will be  received by the undersigned up  to noon, December 28, 1961, for  approximately 5 tons of scrap  metal, located "as is and where  is" at the Department of Highways Yard, Gibsons, B.C.  All offers for the scrap metal  should be submitted on a price  per ton.  To view or for further information, contact the Mechanical  Foreman, Department of Highways, Gibsons} B.C.  Offers should be accompanied  by a certified cheque or .money  order made payable to the order  of the Minister of Finance for  10% of the bid.  The highest or any offer will  not necessarily be accepted, but  the bearer of a successful bid  will be required to pay the S.S.  Tax.  G.  E. P. Jones,   CHAIRMAN,  PURCHASING COMMISSION,  PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS,  VICTORIA,  B.C.  I SHOULD HAVE MY HEAD BEAD ! ! !  WE ARE STILL  PAYING CASH FOR  BUT  GOOD USED CARS  ' Used Logging1 Equipment  Winches ������ Tackle  STANDARD MOTORS  Pfaonn 885-4464 ���, Sechelt  Best Used  i  1958  OLDSMOBILE       ;  SUPER 88 4-Dr. HARD-  �����QPA1:A''X4--AZA , 'A  . v CmlSy > 24,000 ^ma-es^ '^Radio  J_ydra_na_ic .1 Trains., Power  Brakes, and 'Du_l 90 tires;  ���good; for 40,000 ihiles kof  wear. Truly, a beautifulffarn?  lily car. Miist be sefeh to be  . appreciated *  PACIFIC WINGS LTD.  SKYTAXI  AIR CHARTER SERVICE  SECHELT 885"4412  PENDER      TU   O-Oyf Of  HARBOUR        .0;;_24lo.JL  VANCOUVER CR 8 5141  .  . ;. for BEST SERVICE  SECHELT THEATRE  Fri., Sat., Mon. ��� Dec. 15, 16 and 18  Delboralh Kerr Robert Mitehjum  The Sundowners  Technicolor  Starts 8 p.m., Out 10:25 p.m.  Special Prices '  Spec. Prices: Students and Adults $1 ��� Children 50c  Fri., Sat., Tues. ���'.��� Dec. 22, 23 and (26  Eiohaird Baseihart Stu Erwin  For the Love of Mike  Technicolor '  Starts 8 pan., 0>ut 10 pJm. Z  Vi  mtg&omm  .��-t  1957 CHEV. 4-Dr SEDAN  6 cyl      ���'������������' ��� i'.A"Y:'XAl  .... Good clean inside and out  family car.  Mainy miles of  good fun iteft iri this. A steal  $1350  1956 CHEV. 4 i>r SEDAN  6 cyl  Clean,   dependable transportation. A real buji, only  $1000  1956 CHEV. 4:Dr SEDAN  VV8 MOTOR   \  '4  .,��� Y  Good Buy  siooo  As Is Specials  1951 PQNTIAC^OUPE  -'. Good running 1 order and  Ygood tire^ f  .";  Phone 885-2017 ��� _f.O. Box 158  A.   Mrs. C. H. DUNCAN, proprietor  Jlll\ INFIIII I lthiLI)lll-nSIII!l\F;iMIIIIINnilN!  Whe^ better to spend a heartwarming- holiday than in the surroundings  at Sechelt'.-Inn. HosplJtaUty is'the^lcey note here and you (may be assured  ���of/a, warm wtelcom-e when you join iis at this most joyous season, whether  it be for Ghi-stm^^  Abcsarhmodation Saturday to Tuesday $14.25  S|hared Room, twin beds, per person $ 3.00   ,  /..:.k.;^.''Sin^e'Rck^.-Y7Y'<  ;v-kL"''"YY $ 3.50       ,Yv.  Single Room arid Boaprd, SatujrVlay to Tuesday $24.75       A  One fuU day, Room arid Board $6.50  C^nstmas;Da0 $8.00  Christmas Dinner: Adults $2.75 ��� Children $1.75  _ftM_*MNNMNN  -Ml  1949 STUDEBAKER  coupe;'*"-.  Runs like a Clock  weeHEictBecctetigtcicec^^  SAVE MONEY on new  "Town & Country'' tires too!  ���; Right now we're offering new "Town &  Country"vtires at the lowest prices ever!  Here's a further bonus! Buy; early wid  ���you'll get our special pre-season dis- .;���-..  count. You'll need winter traction  soon. > .so, buy now and save on  Canada's leading winter tire...the  Firestone "Town & Country".  Tt�� only, winter tir��-  Ui  19 ---YOU NAME IT  AUS11N-'-.YYkf'''''  Z'ZaSS0&4.4  k;;-.:   YOWR;L6CA��k  GENEHAL MOTOHS pEALER v  Peninsula Motor  GUARANTEED TO GO OR WE PAY THE TOWf  Say Mum here are some Stocking Fillers  ���l.*7>:  for DAD  IS  !���������������������'���-.a����������-�������������������__#�����-*���������-������������������������������������������������������*���������������������^������������������������������������������������f*  ��_����������������������������*��! I  Ghristmas Store Houris  THURS., DEC. 21��t - 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  FRIDAY, DEC. 22nd -9 turn, to 9 p.m,  SAT., DEC. ?3rd - 9 a.m; to 5:30f _mbJu  FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER $5  MM_M_Mtt--~-~M-MRMN  \.;s  (lt57) LTD.  ���.�� j .���  SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE  KEEP LOCAL PERSONNEL  ;;;.EM_>_iOYEDrY-fk : '  '���yl '���<���'���  JWdit.....r_..:..  Wbtdihiold Washair    _ _ _ _  YU**a_ Baskats ���:k_.i_____  . A. B-iow Shorel f Y ________ _  Chroma Pander Mirror _.  Floor Man*   ____!_______  ': ':;Mee^zCotwn  'kk'��'.k_.^__.  '��� JfhiAe Fene)er Flmp% ____.  Haoi&r l^te 'Exiiagul-her  -_���_ $1,65  ���- ��3^9  from. 75^  ._-'_-���. $2.10  from t_34lO  horn $_^88  ���_, $6MB8  --���-.--.���, $3*89  -��� $_M��  $4.95  79f  $2.58  '  Ctorome Tail Plpa Extension feoca $129  Ltoenoo Pla_e> Holder _____--_ $1.49  Atito C��r_i_lc��teYHold��T _���--- 98^  Ifylon Fur Wheel Muff*   ___U���    98^  CompaM Fla^iiigiii 'A-ALA���.  ��� Bumper Jack ,____..���___���__-._.___.  fMagaetiae Dash Tray ;;k_���__  IviM^&iid Aii' ^^-^_T���__:  ������Car Coa.-I_a��g��ra:;kkk^  ;";���. Ptire Wool Car Blanket* :.1+Z��Z.$8j|_i  Beby Bottle Warmer ���:___��____"$2|,dS>  C^r Cushion from.   -8^9^  ���".' Whlta SidewalLp (sei 4r;"i.r_:_k'l3i9_$  Hand Spot Us^:lZ:XX-:iAlZX^^^S.  Car Sponga ____r:p_____^>.^_;;.>k05^:  Car Waah Hand MU :,i^AXX.��T^*i&g  Gibsons Shell Service  ��IAHLII_^^rl_^HT-''  Phw i886T25^:" 'Z$MsC$pW?r .'Dqe-' 14,."i961.        g-,  -COMING  EVENTS    -Y,  i; Dec. 20, Royal Canadian Legion  ���Branch    109,    Annual   Meeting,  'general business, nomination, and  election of 1962 officers, 8 p.m.,  "Legion Hall,   Gibsons.  ���       i^n   * ' ��� ���*���*���'' ' ���  k    BJNGO^���, BINGO ��� BINGO'   '  Nice prizes and Jackpot  ���; Every  Monday -at 8 p.m. in the  Gibsons Legion Hall.  REAL ESTATE  DEATH NOTICE  BROUGHTON  ���  Passed   away  Dec.   10,  Christina Ann' Broughton in her 103rd year, of Gibsons  B.C. Survived by two sons, Bur-  ��� , ton L. of Gibsons, B.C. and Henry Otis of Peace.River Alta.;  six daughters, Mrs. Francis Tat-  trie, Nova Scotia; Mrs. Adelaide  ;. Patterson, USA; Mrs. Annie Wil-  k son,   Alta.;   Mrs. .Florence , Tit-  combe,    South - Burnaby;    Mrs.  ;  Thersa    MacMillan,    Alfa,    and  .Mrs.  Eulalie. Fitzgerald of Ter-  Yra'ce, "B.C. and/one step-daughter  Edith Brown in Nova Scotia. Mrs.  Broughton  is   survived  by  five  generations   and   over  200   descendants.   The  funeral   service  Thursday, Dec. 14 at 2 p.m. from  ���;���   St.      Bartholomew's"     Anglican  Church, Gibsons, B.C. Interment  in Seaview Cemetery, Rev. Den-r  i  is F. Harris officiating. Remains  ':'������ will lie, in state from 1 p.m. Dec  13 to 12 noon Dec. 14 in Harvey  ,  FuneraV Home,' Gibsons, B.C..    "  ;   BURTON ��� Passed away Dec. 5  ���   Mildred Ruth Burton, of Porpoise  ; Bay Road, Sechelt,' B.C.  Survived by 2 sons, Raymond, Sechelt  James, Sicamous, B.C.; 2 daughters, Mrs. Grace Atkinson, Bur-  ;; naby,  Mrs. Vera Lafeudo,  Van-  Z couver;   1   sister   and two brothers. Funeral service was held  Dec. 8, from Kingdom Hall, Selma Park, B.C under the auspices  of Jehovah Witnesses; Interment  Forest Lawn  Cemetery.  Harvey  Funeral  Home,;  Gibsons,   B.C.,  Z directors.';.. k  MIRYLEES -- Passed 'away Dec.  2, 1961, Agnes B.; Mirylees, of  Gibsons, B.C. in her 84th year.  Survived by i daughter, Mrs.  .. Vincent (Jean) Bothwell, Gibsons, 5 ;< grandchildren. Funeral-  service was held Dec. 6, 1961 in  . Vancouver. Cremation followed.  MULLIN , ��� Passed away sud-.f  denly Dec. 9,: 1961, Jack Gordon  Mullin, aged 32 years, of Hill?.  . side, B.C. Survived by his loving  wife, (Pat) Patricia, 2 daughters  Martha Jane and Virginia Lee, 1  v Lovely'% acre/bordered by a  creek, close in. $800 full price.  Kay   MacKenzie,   eves.   886-2189  Gibsons, good location,, 2 bdrs  excellent spli,  $5,750,' terms.  Archie Mainwaring, eves, 886-9887  First  itime   offered, , 5   acres  level land, corner. What offers?  Half acre, level, cleared, well.  Ready for building. $1,400.  R. F. Kennett ��� Notary Public  PHONE 886-2191  "A Sign of Service"  H.   B.    GORDON  &   KENNETT  LIMITED  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Gibsons ��� - ��� Secheit  _������>������   _.     ,._i..i--     i    i���i   ������<��� ���!      ���       ' '      ���,     i__    ii ���������  Deal with confidence with  SECHELT REALTY  It INSURANCE AGENCIES  Box 155, Sechelt, B.C.  T.E. DUFFY, Agent-Owner  Phone 885-2161  Sales Staff:  ,-Real Estate  T.   E.- Duffy,   evenings,  885-2121-  B. P.  (Kay) Butler 886-2000  John A. Donnelly TUrner 3-2608  John W. "Anderson -_       885-9565  Insurance  T. E. Duffy,' 885-2161 or 885-2120  W.   Coffey 885-2161  View property, $3950 F.P. with  modern home and guest cottage.  Try your own terms.  Phone 885-9565  Large waterfront home, lawn,  trees,; shrubs. Guest house on  beach. Terms.  More and more homeowners are  turning to us for their Insurance  protection.  Before  your  present policy  expires, let us give you  a quote,;  no obligation V and no charge for  this   service.  You  may  be surprised at the results. Ph. 886-2161  m&.pijk. sj^"(^$ntte��>. ���../'  Modern Rockgas and wood' stove;  Complete1 4 With   waterfront and  H.VIA tank*   Reasonable:   Phone''  TU'f 3-2689.��� _Xy. 4/:!������}���;'������;.' A.������,f. Yf  Ford vTractbr; with .Chrysler motor,: $395; Comet garden.; tractor  with; plow,;;disk, blade,; $30.6.'. Can  be seen at Hough's Dairy, Gibsons. Phorie TR 4-5090. -'��� --���-'.-���  Ford tractor Yon rubber plus  trailer. Both licensed.; Phone 886-  2363.       ;   ; ..4.X. ,,',"'.  Winchester rifle, cal. :270, $65.  Ruger .22vsingle six^$60. TU 4-  5325.      Y ., :.  FURNACEMAN  FURNACE  is economical to buy arid operate  For; an estimate Ph. TU 3-2643.  Beautifully berried wholly* Reasonable, Phone 886-7736. :V  Massey Harris model 102 tractor,  32 horse, $300.  Wide metal  lug wheels, b.lt power, take off,     ,,   ...      . ���.        ���  ColjtmeinS moto^ Mrs, R^  Z--4;4��y .NELSON'S' ��� ������':v.  LAUNDRY!;&Z DRY CLEANERS  RUG CLEANING  ] Phone Sechelt 885-9627  Z\ or  in . Roberts?r Creek,   Gibsons  i    .and Port Mellon .Zenith 7020  Y        WATKINS  PRODUCTS  \    W. H, Kent, Gibsons 886-9976..  ] PETER  CHRISTMAS  j,     Bricklayer  and  Stonemason  ; All kinds of brick and stonework  A-..:-Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734  "t ��� n-.-st  i��_  lz  PEDICURIST  MrsYF. E. Campbell  Selma Park,  on H bus  .top  v Phone   885-9778 Y  Evenings by appointment  KELLY'S  GARBAGE  COLLECTION  A  Box 131;  Gibsons  Phone ^886-2283  Brooks Jr., HalfmObn Bay;YPh. /  885-9665;. ���������4/-4yA..'^A . V  ROGERS PLUMBING SUPPLIES  Gibsons, B.C.        Phone 886-2092  Wholesale and   Retail;  cjde|t 885;8678 >r|wrtto Box 584,  Coast Newskkgkk;    ������Y'.'ff- ;f  Tree falling, topping, or removing lower limbs for view Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Phone 886-9946.  $65  $75  1 Kemac Oil Range  1 Kresky   Automatic oil  '. furaace'v'Yk-'Y'YY'.k.  1   automatic oil furnace,  with fan ���'AZy-'A'  Don't think   about  it,  get  here  quick!   Terms to suit. ;  1 RockGas  heater with  controls . Y $28  machine $29.50  1   used   Rheem  Rockgas  range,  white enamel, like new, : used a  few   months. Y $95  3 other space heaters $25  I Gurney combination wood and  elec. rangeX'. $119  II oil ranges  from $29 to $139.  4 electric   ranges,   $59 to   $145.  Z:ZZ:/ '��� N�� 'iuhkjy''  1 used good washing A  machine   ;���.,. , $4250  Fairbanks Morse domestic water  service   pump, special  for cash $109,50  3 good used toilet complete $15  110 gal. fuel oil drums       $42.50  |95 I Marven Voleu.  VICTOR D'AOUST  .   Painter ��� Decorator  Interior'��� Exterior     f.  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road.  REID ROAD      Y  6  acres,  level,   easy clearing,  &fiOQ.:Zy::4;/.y4y;y;.,y.ZA/.AZ,  X ���'..- zw ACRESr r;: Z^Al''  With well constructed 2 bdrm  house in 1st class condition. Good  soil; Partly cleared in garden,  withf fruit treesY F.P. $8,500,  Terms.  10^4 ACRES  With small. 2 bdrm house, view  Standard size concrete Building \  Blocks, 8x8x16 now available.  Flagstones, -pier blocks, drain  , tile,,. available from Peninsula  Cement Products, Orange Rd.,  Roberts Creek.     Y  MRS. O. ROSENLIND  Tailoress  SEWING & ALTERATIONS  South Fletcher Rd., Gibsons  Phone 886-9598  FUELS ...  Used electric and gas ranges, al-|  so oil ranges. C& S Sales, PhY  885-9713;. Sechelt. V  WANTED  F*  son Michael Kehoe; parents, Mr.    property,   good wjater,   excellent  and Mrs. SlMl Muti��h^Of^We|^: fs-ffidt^i^i  minster, B.C.; 2 brothers, James,  New Westminster; Gerrold, Surrey; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.  F. J. Mullin, Vancouver. Remains were forwarded to S. Bowell and Son for funeral service  Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 3 p.m. Interment Fraser Cemetery. Harvey  Funeral Home in" charge of arrangements. v  ROSE ��� Passed away Dec. 10,  1961, Billie Wayne Rose, in his  19th year, of Williamsons Landing, B.C. Survived by his lov:  ...ing parents, Mr,.and Mrs. A.  Rose, 1 broUier Fred, iand 1 sister Ethel. / Grandparents* Mr.  Routledge, Mission, B.C. and B.  L. Rose, Harrison, B.C. Funeral  service Sat, Dec. 16, 1961>at 1:30  p.m. from St. Bartholomew's  Anglican Church, Gibsons', B.C.,  Rev. Denis F.Harris officiating.  Cremation. Flowers in containers only. In lieu of flowers do- .  nations to the B.C. ; Cancer Institute. fHafvey fFuneral^ Home  directors!;  terms.  JpSteiMal. i FflPif f?;500;  AX  HELP iWAMTED  AGE: I YE^R z  2 bdrm bungalow, Gibsons Bay  area, Oa floors in L.R.; cabinet  kitchen, wired ��� and plumbed for  washer and dryer.  F.P. $10,000.  :''-.see^ '���' z::*:-.:  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  886-2481  EWART   McMYNN  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  BAL BLOCK k  .Marine   Drive,   Gibsons   ..  While on earth, own; a piece  of it.  Neat and clean modern 1 bedroom home.  Full price $5,900.  Moving, new 2 bedroom home.  Bargain.  LISTINGS WANTED  Phones:   886-2166,   Resk'886-2500  Granthams view 3 bedroom home  $6,000 full pirice: Phf ^886-247^ Y  ; Half   acre,,   half .cleared,   half  Rricek at  Stone   Villa, f$700. : A A  Small upright piano in good condition^ Cash: PhZ TUrner 3-2244. \  Used furniture,';or what t&ve^  you? Al's Used Fiirniture, (��ib- >  sons, Ph. 886-9950. k    \  TRADE  ^OAL& WOOD  Alder, $10  Clean handpieked  Fir slabwood,  $9  .     No. 1 Fir Sawdust,  Coal, $32 ton, $17 ^_ ton  $2 per bag;    Y  .iiTOTEM LOGS $1 %a'l box.  or  '\  PHONE   886-9902  R.  N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  1950   Meteor,   for?  Phone -886-2350.  W.   Nygren, ij  t  BOATS FOR SALE  18 ft. Sangstercraft fibreglas  convertible, powered by Volvo  inboard-outboard. Excellent condition. J2900. Phone TU 3-2418.  AUTOS FOR SALE  .,���  xxxxxxxx ���������������''������'������  ��� .   xx<-    ������"-���.. x"-  XXX X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  ��XX\J XXXXXX QJ XX  DIRECTORY  WHO ELSE WANTS  A NEW CAR!  iinr rr now with a  UOW4XMT UF��4I��H{HBb -  Office manager for small, office  on partftiine, basis,f'aibpro^at^- kfSimpkins, 885-2132  ly 20 hojirfweelc. Knowledge^ of :y-~r-r~- -  bookkeeping desirable "ari<�� help-cf   FOR REN1'  ful. AppIy^Box 149^P_rt^Mellon;Y-^.-Y'  ___*s^���  ��i:��*sx,.ii^'_^. ^��,��: ,;i��;^,ic'-',-Moaern  bedroom   r   ��� ���^���1i.. -ii^^sji'';,S��wwi' - ^:ctea��'  noose,.. partly    fUfmsneu,  experiencefelf^>x^Z^Pt^J,kCbuple onlyV Beautiful'view. Ph  886-2559 after  six  . --__.,-    -:��.   ^i^rfftiic    i-n~c-u    on.e bedroom    warm,  stating  m^m^M^^zAclem- house, partly   furnished.  experience^itiftiB>Yandrapproxi-    ^Y'v v  mate remuneratiptt'fdesired^  WORK WAWT^-.^?^^^.^.:-^t^    farnfahA<1   g^^   Adults ^  Cook  couple  also  available  for   only, i no pets. Phone 886-9316.  maintenance, /Yri-retkM&g^ketc; ^_%rni__tt}d ?fbedroqna fsuite/:<Grari)i  fwe bAnk of  NOVA SCOTIA  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY   PUBLIC  AGENT  FIRE, AUTO & GENERAL  INSURANCE  Phone 886-2191  H.  B.  Gordon and Kennett  Limited k.-  Gibsons      k 4 Box  19  "A Sign off Service"  Seo us for all yiour knitting  requirement-; Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.;      '  GIBSONS   VARIETIES .  Phorie 886-935S  GIBSONS PLUMBING  . Heating,  plumbing  I   Quick,  efficient; service  ti'A      fPhOhe 886-_460  SCOWS    --     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & 1J6�� TjOwing  Phone 885-4425  Phone 883-9.65.  PERSONAL  When you afe at yonr glaSnof-  ous best does he reach for a good  cigar? When you use. yotuYChanel No. 5, does he pat his beagle?  Woul^ you like to bring that bird  dog look back tb his eye? :fFfe_d  him Bobi; Donley's Ktppers^..  .'��� -:^t; Joe^YV ..<..,,'.  thams Store. Phone 886-2163.  2 bedroom furnished cottage, waterfront,  Roberts Creek.   Phone  jrA 2-im:  fMlSfSYFOB: SAIJB    X'yyy;/X    .  i   /i_     i   'uii'i-i     ���..��� i.l . ��� ��� ���      .ii    |{    ;>������������������ . 1, i mm *.,','   i   . ^W_���������-���  Piano   and  bench,  $100.   Phone  888-7720; xi.4y    '  Small   size  girl's' bicycle,  good  condition,  $25. Phone 886-9902.  yy  ���/".. Y  I  1952  C_wv'^'ton .panel tiuok, v  good condition; $375.  Phone ITU A  ��� .3-_4l^jfYY..;;_ ,;k> z/ :���",;������ : Ai'.:Z  ���*'55 Chev V8 r: ���> h., near new f  w.w. tires, 22,000 -miles on -fVi 'A  motor. What offers? Ph.- 886-M7I���;-.?  evenings.   .-'\ ���',..;:������. ���'���  ANN<^c__w^^Yf; j.. ��� ;-3" 'V  J.H.G/ JIM DRUMMOND  INSURANCE    AGENCY  For camplptevcovcra^  :       General and Life  Phone 886-7751  .losses  ���'.:���"     6 ;trahsist,or ^flny'pocket,r:gidio,  ��� "��� ". Yrrr-:������-������   y.w- ^^^.-^^^^^.-al^^Buy;..:Phone':.886*2Zi7. ��� '  GreenABX^Z^m^^^^^x^X^-^: 7< " f.ff' f   ':  "   Hopkins landing. Ptic��i�� ��5*2437  Y<   -  - ������   FOUND  A place to pet take jotjt -arvico  we tnjgrirf local growa fried  hall eWckcn with French tried  potatoei from DANNY'S  ���;----::P|wna' 886-ttlS '  ^^^'Si^^^ZZr^ZZ^':--  For guarenteed watcti arid  jewelry repairs, see Chris's  ���Jeweler.; Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  EXTRA SPECIAL  Froii-  Dec. 14th  to 23rd  Toasters, list $16.95,' only  $14.95  Kettles:    list $14.95,Yonly^i ��12;95  Kettles list $12.95,  only $11.88  Flashlights and lanterns, complete; with batteries, $1.29 to  $3.95. Rods and reels. and tools  also reduced. Shop and. Save at  '..Xyyy'BAJXUS,  888-9600 AZ- !'T-  SEASON'S GltEETlNtigW ALL  Westinghouse washer.. almost  new, $85. Phone 885-2174.  COMMERCIAL It DOMESTIC  REFRIGERATION       k  John Hind SmUh, Gibsons 886-9316  ''     FULLER BRUSH AGENT  -. .-.     Maureen Mullen       >  Phbttu -<*V-2��85       AX '  H; G. (JIM) DRUMMOND  INSURANCE AGENCY  ���  For complete: coverage ���'���':���.  General and Life      A.  Phone 886-7751  ���y,\.i  TIMBER CRtrtSING    X    ..  K. J*.;M1K 2572 Birch,,St.,.Van^  couVer 9, Phone REgent 3-0683.  i MADEIRA   PARK  BUILDING SUPPLY Co.. Ltd.  .Cement gravel, $2.25 yd.  Road .gravel   and fill,  $1.50 yd.  Delivered in Pender   Harbour  :444/:y'-;      ������':��� -area x'-yX/*.;/. ���  Lumber,    Plywood,    Cement .  ^ Y ;z :i _ Phone TU 3-22f%  ^ ���    1  ^Y...-:-sA^^;CttlAy--L^ ���,������'  CEMENT  building materials  truck * Loader rental  FOR DRIVEWAYS. FILL, etc.  SECHELT  BUILDLNG   SJLIPPUES  Z .Phone t^-9Wh Z  nSADIO7-, TVSERVICK  JIM LARKMAN  R^lb, TV repairs"  -   Phone 886-2538, Gibsons  Potted Plants>- Cut Flowers  DECORATIONS  FOR  TABLE.  PpOR AND  MANTLE  Order your corsages now for Christmas and Nehw Years  Phone 886r��345  'Jean and Bill Lissiman  DIRECTORY  (Coniinued)  ELECTRICAL;  CONTRACTORS  SIM   ELF.CTRIC   LTD.  Sechelt     k  Phone 885-2062  Residence, .885-9532.    V  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY   PUBLIC  at  Jay-Bee FurniturefandY'Y  Appliance Store   AAA-  Office Phone  886-2346  House  Phone 8*6-210)0 ,,;    s  LEARN ACCORDION  Beginners or advanced students,  private or in group lessons. Ph.  Walter    Hendrickson,     Gibsons,  $86-2470.      Y        A''  /���:���: DAVID NYSTROM  j Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperhanging. Phone Gibsons  886-7759 or 886-9955 for free estimates.:  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  HEATING &  SUPPLIES  Ph. 8S6-9533, 886-9690 or S86-2442.  STOCKWELL & SONS  ���;���:-��� xy,4-ZyyYfLtdkY-x zz XX44/  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885r4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe  and   front  end loader 'work. Clean  cement  gravel, fill a3)d road gravel.  We use;-'^f yx'l-  Ultra Sonic  Sound; Waves  k- to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS'   JEWELERS  Mail Orders:;,:    ; /  Given Prompt Attention   :  Ph.  Sechelt   885-215lgk;���  PENINSULA j. CI_EANERS  Cleaners .for the Sechelt,  kPenimwla   Ax-  Phone   -"Y   : 'A'-: ���������  Phone 886-2200 *  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating ,k;    Y  Radios,. Appliances,   TV  Service  Hoover Vacuum Cleaners  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  COAST CONSTRUCTION Co.  ASPHALT PAVING    k  For free estimates  on  DRIVEWAYS,   PATIOS,  PARKING LOTS  SERVICE STATIONS,  etc  PHONE 886-2600, GIBSONS  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing,  Grading,  Excavating:  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks,  Pumps  -Air Compressor^ Rock Drill  Concrete  Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  FOR GLASS  of all kinds   -     x.  Phone 886-9871 or 886-9837  PENINSULA GLASS  PENINSULA SAND & GRAVEL  Phone  888-9813 ;������'*., ylyZ  Sand,   gravel,  crusned'iockk  All material washed and screeru  ed or pit run.        .    Y  Good cheap fill  BACKHOE  and: LOADER  k AIR. COMPRESSOR, A\ A  and ROCK DRILL YY  y  DUMP WUCKS f.-;.���   :i    ;  Contract or hourly' rates  ������'������������   YAlJSO   ~ "������"���'���' X '��� ;Y,'  SAND, CEMENt2gRAVEL    A  *   "ROAD FlUkahd TOPSOlL  W- KARATEEW, fPh.^38��r982p  BILL ^HERIDAir-  TV ��� APPIJLANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES  AND SERVICE     k  Phone 885-8534 :.. -^  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE Y ;  .      A. J. DUFF  ZRAL  XZ ' /Pi^oe ;885^8k.:-;'  D. J. ROY, P. Enfif. B.C.L.S.  LAND SURVEYING  gtURVEYS  PI bi'Rox i87,;;Gibsons  iSMAWesi Render St.  Vancouver;; 5.  ^.Ph. MU 3,7477  RITA'S BEAUTY SHOP  Tinting and Styling  /Phone   886-2409  Sechelt Highway  Gibsons Village  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process   f  Engine Block Bepwrs  Arc. Acy. Welding .  Preciflion MacWnists       <  t8��-77-l - .'.-:        Res:  tBS-WM  C ROY GREGGS  Ph.  Phone 885-9712  For  cement gravel.  All.  road  gravel and crush irodc.:  Backhoe and. Loader..-...  ,  light Bulldozing '  J. J. ROGERS & SONY-  PAINTING   CONTRACTORS f  Phone   886-9333 ; ff  Draperies by the yard  ���     or made, to measure  All accessories  C 8c S SALES     ��� V  Phone 885-��nS  WAITER   SURVEY   SERVICES f.  CONSULTANTS ,  kf.-L. C EMERSON        Y  ��� Y RJ8-  likSechelt      :���.#��� "  "V'rk^'^k885-��5_0';,k;k' ;' "k .������.,  A '* OCEANSIDE FURNITURE & V.  Vvf^fk. & CABINET SHOP     Y-k:.'/  .      Hardwood Specialist   Z'A  4y.y   Kitchen  Cabinets;      k  ZZ: Otflceasid Store- Fixtures;;  Custom Home'Furnishings *  k-Repairs and Reflnishlng.  Quality Material & Workmanship  Guaranteed       " Mf:  -   R. .BIRKIN  Beach Ave.,-vRoberts Creek;  "'Yk.Y;���.; ;Phone 886-2551 -';-v.     ���  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOT.  .   ^�����i��__ll_ed Serv_ce,�� ^;  yyX-A&oite".        ffk; ������'���''���  Brown Bros. Florists     f  Anne's Flower Stoop   Y  - Phone 888-9543  OinpMETRIST  Y^ROY_,SCOTT '        ' ' ���>;���  BAL  BLOCK, GIBSONS       ,��-.  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR APPOINTMENT - 886-2_66  CStfS SALES      'yyx 1  For all your beating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  .PROPANE  Also  Oil; Installation  Free estimate '-������*'  Ay -A.:   FuVniture .%���  ���:/X. Phone 885-9713       . ���"<;���. '-  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Y      Fine Home Furnishing.  .  fMajor Appliances  Record  Bar  Phone 885-9777 A  Chorcli Service!  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  7:45 a.m., Holy Communion  ,11:15 a.m��� Matins '���  Y 11:15 a.m., Sunday School  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11.00.-a.m. Sunday School  3:00 p.m.,  Evensong  f f St. Hilda's, Sechelt  /     7:30 p.m:. Evensong  ; 11:00 a.m., Sunday School  ���4 Zl.:.Z A4x :--UNITED ;  Gibsons  ���;:;  White Gift Service        ���  (Sunday School) Dec. 17, 11 a.m.  ���Y   .,    .Public Worship Y  Sundaybec; 17 and 24, 11 aim.  -. A fkC.G.I.T. ��� Vesper Service   ;:  Xfk>YDjecY17^ 7:30,;'p.m.  YYfSuiiday School  Christmas  Program, Fri., Dec. 22, 7:30 p.m.  Roberts Creek, 2 pjn.  >Y^kM':nk'iWil-oi�� Creek'  A'WMM?^:':^$^Y- Sc^����l':  ^; r^li^'Tp-.-ih;.', Irvine Service  ?: -x   ^GOMMUNITY  CHURCH  ;"i      ;%      Port fMellon  United Church Service, 9:15 a.m.  1st; 2nd; 4th and 5th Sundays  . Anglican Service, 7:30 p.m.  ;i 1st Sunday of each month  Anglican  Communion  9:30  a.m.  kk^rd Sunday of each month  ST-VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9.00 a.m.  , ���   Most Pure. Heart of Mary  Gibsons, .10:30 a.m.  CHRISTIAN    SCIENTISl-i  "���    Church Servicer  and   Sunday. School  each Sunday at ll a.m.  Roberts  Creek  United Church  TV  series.   How   Christian   Sci-  ��1__THEL BAPTIST  Sechelt ���*���.;������ ���,    ���  10 aim, Sunday:. School  \ 11:15 ���_��-. Worship Service  7:80 p__��..'Wed., Prayer  ,  .Glbsoaa .        ������':'���  '��� .  9:45 a.m., Sunday .School ,  7:30 o.m. United Church  .        GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL  V 11:00; a.m. Devotional  'vlO aim.,..Sunday School  7:30 - pJn., Evangelistic Servioa  Tues., 7;30, Bible Study '  Pri.. 7:30r-p'Ml Young  People >  ||^?fjJ0, Pr��y����r  /  SMITH'S   HEATING  CHIMNEY ee OIL STOVES  CLEANED'   ':'.'"���������'  k  Phone 8fi6-24_2.  Gfc-d Ti^jgs Tabernad��  - ��:45 i,a__ii.': Sunday School.  ,    11 a.m: JMorning Worship  3 p.m.^ Bible Forum  T:SiB p.m. Evangelistic Service  Wednesday, 7 p.m., Bible Clast  Friday. 7:30 p.m. Rally  Sat., 7 p.m.. Young Men's Action  Club 6       Coast News, Dec.  14, 1961.  Same Nigiit ���r: Same Place;���-- Same Time  GIBSONS  SCHOQL HALL - 8 pin^SJlARP  !?���_"!>  i?.j  ii^^&mffMm^imefioi  \        . X^^m&ZZSxX .   'YY- 'Yf;-YY Y-wk Y;'   Y,-'.  "A Srt^^NE^COAST  WELFA-lfe; FUND  f fk  Gives up to 70 miles on 1 gal. of Gas  MCKAYS      231���12th St., New Westminster  District Sales Manager    .eem. k;��|_l^ -_���_��� A O  gibsons       T. TtlU nrlAo  Phone 886-957-.  HALFMOON BAY, B.C. ���fPh. 885^27  BUILDING?  9��s  INSTALL   YOUR  PROPANE GAS  FURNACE   NOW  m*  Hr7m  mm ���  ?&*&��i*^ijz  We Specialize  in PROPANE  '�����  :>>i  iw-M  YY ''���$.,'< ��'.- X'^WXAA  IMPEKAi FAU FURNACE  ������'������ ��� - -*���-".;�� ������������ v-  Instillations  U^T^TOFIT  jVA.;EjiEft��-%6M_5;  ��� '<Vy'<>,',���?-.: X���'���"���-//' ';v<- "  Dukes & Bradshaw  ^;1^4^;^mlh^^.^.,'N. VanV-ni.'T^^^^fU%-iss&4   "ii^i^Sales^'^ilsrtici*;  'IJif---    -���''.  'if  ���;v  V-'  -.-- .. ���������.,   .'-yJ^ Gibsons, Phoiie\#M4__  t^��pf^Y��� y?^?^k&.&iiVv ""' '  ���:���'"���>''���������'���'��� y-y.  Wx^jitMiiiMS^XGAS PROPANE; Ins.al_ers  nri ..;>������: ../'J'  :.hj  . K.  i ���  !.���;'."��  kvt-y'7. : '���;.���'...,  r��iits only YCoZ^erex  The   firstf manger   scene    or  creche was built by; Saint Fra'n-  z. ces   to   make . the   story; of  the  ' birth   of   the ; Baby  Jesus   more  ��� real to those to whom he preach-'  v ed. In   thousands . of  homes . tp-  y day the Nativity group, brought  .;������ put early ���in.: December,   and set  :>up in a place, of honor in the liv-  ���IXing room, accomplish this same  -purpose.  Y  There are many manger scenes  'which can be'purchased in stores  .but a family may prefer to create their own. Some cut-out sets  are quite attractive and  can, be ;  made  more  durable; by   pasting  on ..to   light-weight plywood   and  cutting with a fret saw ��� with',  a support at thef back each fig^  ure will then stand upright:  ...  A   flannelgranh   bf   the   First  Christmas   is  made   by  pasting  the figures of the .Wise Men, the  -Shepherds and the Holy Family, -  and the outline of a: stable ph. a  flannelette base. I The setting for  these can be darlc, felt, 'made se-;  cure  in a Jlarge picture  frame,  or  a  board   covered'With dark  felt,-��� or;flannelette,f with; the top;;  half dyed blue for' the sky, and;' f  the lower part brown representing the stable floor.y /'/..; k  Plaster' figures-may be/madef  :in _rubber molds sold- forthis purX  "' pase.   -The v white'' figures   when:,  perfectly dry are clothed in-cos-;  tumes   painted  with Ziempra   ork  poster  paints.  Paper sculpture has become  popular and this craft is taught  in hobby classes. A circular cone  forms the base of each individual and the costumes are made  of heavy paper, fashioned to fit'  the figure.  One of the most inexpensive  mediums for making figures is  paper mache, and we are indebted to the artist, .Barbara Cook,  who . constructed a beautiful  Manger Scene in our Church last  December, for these detailed instructions:  "Make a rough sketch of the  figures you intend to create, indicate what colors you will use  and how you, will arrange them.  Usually it is wise for durability  to have a support inside each  such as the cover "from a calendar holder or wire from a coat  hanger.  ,  ��� "Soak newspaper in a tub overnight.  In a double boiler make  a paste  by  cooking   a - mixture  of   4  tablespoons flour,   4   cups  . water   and , 1 teaspoon of aliim  to prevent,it souring and 1 teaspoon   of   salt.   Stir  to   prevent^  lumps. Remove the water out "of  the newspaper, placing it  in. a  large "sieye: and pressing.. Then "  add the paste and mix',thoroughly.. Squeeze but.excess, moisture.-  Begin it the top of the figures  molding the heads and then the  MJU/M  621���BABY SAMPLER as a heaytannsent gift- for a new mom.  Embroider panel svviftlyi in pretty colors to decorate'the nursery.  Traristfer of 12x16-inch panel; 60; names; directions.  944���JIFFY TOE-TOAlSfljERS���jwo pieictes plus sole for bootie  or ballet style. Choose corduroy, cotton, velvet witfe. ctontfrast  trim. Transfer; pattern pieces small, medium, largfe extra large  &ne-uded.Y y :       . Y.-.:..yY        '���'   j-'. '''  94.1���-JUMBO-KNIT JACKET with a cozy collar; that converts to  a hood. Use big needles, 2 strands of knitting -wtorstedtaken together. Dilutions for Sizes 4-6; 8-10; 12^14 inclkided.  Send THIRTY-FIVE CENTS jln coins (stamps cannot be accepted) for each pattern to Laura Wheeler, care of Coast Nefws,  Needtec^aA Dept, W I^ronit St. West Toronto, Oint. Print plainly  PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME and ADDRESS, f lA/A-  FOR THEfFTRST TIME! Over 200 designs m our new, 19.2  Needlecraft .Catalog -~ biggest ever! Pagtee, pages.pagee o# ���fa-  shioos, home accessories to knit, crochet, sew, w#_av��, embroider,  quilt. See jumbo-knit hats, cloths, spreads, toys, linens, afghaius  plus free patterns. Send 25c,  "JackxtiU&'I enjoy&l oiir iftryi,   >  ���';:Tliank someone by Jj^Bis^m^y  ;     Itll mean a lot to them. Send your y- y a.  own greetings and cheer by phone v    y  yAAimtght.  7C.  British Columbia Uhphone Company  ' "'" ' " ';.   'A/;..AA'.'-1  '���vyiis-JUD  ���������?������������.;���  upper part of the body working  down to the toes. Wet brown  wrapping paper can be placed  on the outside of the figures to  give strength to cloaks and other  clothing.  "When thoroughly dry, paint  with tempra poster paint of.the  least non-flaking brand you can  buy. White and- red, v>carefully  mixed makes a flesh tint. Tradition says that one of the Wise  Men was a colored man."  This is an ambitious project'  and in skillful hands can be a  satisfying activity. A well-made  article gives its.'owner a feeling"  of creative pride -in his achievement. The other members of the  family are proud to show a beautiful homemade creche to visitors.  Relatives and other friends  are often house guests in December, and they - too ^will frequently  share in the family's appreciation of a lovely creche.  There is a legend that on  Christmas Eve,- both tame and  wild beasts, kneel at midnight in  honor   of -the   Birthday   of   the  Babe of Bethlehem ��� so what  could be more suitable than a  miniature animal of the province  in which we' live?  SIX HOSPITALS HELPED  The provincial government has  authorized the payment of over  $360,000 to six B.C. hospitals towards the costs of major construction. These progress payments are part of the provincial  government's 50 percent grant-  in-aid program, and bring the  amount paid to date to these  hospitals to over $3,000,000, of an  estimated grant total of $5,600,-  000 for the projects.  OVER HALF OVER 50  Over half of all persons in  ithe hospitals being treaited for  /tuberculosis are over 50 years  tof age. In the over 50 agle  group there are four men for  every., wioman in sanatoria.  Over 200,000 B.C. people received a tuberculosis test dur-t  iing 1960. Over 90,000 of these  were done by mobile surveys  throughout the province.  ^t_rt/... Here are three  O B of M ways to say "Merry Christmas"  ; Sometimes a gift of money is the only realistic  answer to a Christmas shopping problem. If money  i.y the answer to some names on your list ��� see the  B of M. "My Bank" can provide you with a way  to give that takes the chill ofiE cold cash and trims  .   your gift of money With festive decorations.  1 .YOUNGSTERS;AND BABIES'  .PASSBOOKS make a delightful  extra for some of the. small fry  on your list.; Your gift of money  is entered in a special passbook,  and enclosed iri a- Christmas  cover guaranteed- to make young.  eyes pop with glee.    Y.  2. MONEY ORDERS  . purchased for Christmas-  giving   come   in., gaily-  decorated  envelopes  or'  folders that clearly spell, .  ,(out your Yuletide wish/  Ideal for those "hard-to- '  buy-for" people on' your  out-of-town and overseas  gift lists.'  3* SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CHEQUES gre available in two; colourful holiday designs ��� one.for  ; personal and one for business, giving. They are  '.'gift-wrapped" in a  bright cover that glows  with the spirit-of the.  Season. ,'  "..,-      .     . ..:.  W^bl-^jt-  '<-*_  iwb��ti>M������-= ������ 4  pHl*.*iiJm.nmt***Jr*-  -.������;..     /' -    -Y'   ,'.'    ���';  ���''.'.  ���   '���������'������������.���  See' tnise 'Special Chtistmas...  features at your neighbourhood -  branch"of. the B*afM. today:  (don't forget to bring' :yourx  Christntas shopping list).  y .'BA^iKf;MfJR Wl^0^l0$Ji��j  ������44\.Z-^**idtU^-^ki4^Sai^AAl  ��� "Gibsons Branch: EDWAILD __EN1WB_B?1, l__Jiiager  ,"): S^helt.Br^^ Mai-agw    ''/./.':.Zx'..  XPwt Mellon.(Si^Agiew^): Op����n :on-:'"A;[  Canadian t^or.est TiodticAs i*W  ���i    yy;.".  '.���������   X;y:  lit, YliY  . WORKINftAViw CANADIANS ir*>&_R#WAIK Qf./UF_ ,51^^1817;:  ���������:<���>. ���:.-.-.���.>. ....'��������� ���������'..���." '.���.������...-.���.-.��� '.<-.-��� ��� v-������.'������;���.;.'��� ���".I.. ;���''       "..���'���'������'Wi*!  '.������.".���;:.'v. " Halfmoon Bay notes  BOWlIN  By Bert Garside and Jim  Hoult  Chief Bowling Instructors  Double Diamond Advisory  Council  THE   ART OF AIMING RIGHT  Spot bowling is a scientifically designed way of aiming your  ball at the pins. It can work, just  as efficiently as sighting a rifle,  provided you use the method  properly.  Built, right into the floor of  modern bowling lane yo��rll find  a number of "darts" and "dots."  These are your sights. The ones  used most in spot bowling are  the five spots arranged in lines  12 feet and 15 feet in front of the  roul line, where you stand to  start your approach; and the  seven darts, arranged like an  arrow, about l�� feet past the  foul line. Ordinarily, you'll use  only the three central darts for ,  aiming.  The key, of course, is to line  up the pin (your target), the forward dart (your front sight), and  the dot on which you stand (your  back sight). Then if you roll  your ball from the release point  over the dart (or. front sight),  it can't fail to hit the target ���  provided you have lined your  sights up properly.  LINING YOURSELF UP  It isn't accurate enough just  to position your body in line with *  the back dot. Choose a particular part of your- body. 'We suggest you place your right foot  over the dot you are using each  time.  Start by positioning yourself  over the centre dot. Practice rolling balls down the centre of the  lane until your swing feels natural and you develop the type of  ball that comes most naturally  to you ��� a straight ball, a curve,  a hook, or back-up ball.  Don't attempt to roll a particular type of ball at first. ,Just  throw the ball easily, quite a  number of times, to discover  how. your natural ball acts. If it  curves to the right pr left, you'll  position yourself behind those  "range-finder" darts and dots  differently tharr/if you ��� roll a  nearly   straight  ball.  Now try aiming.for the pins.  Put your right foot over the cen-,  tre dot and concentrate on roiling your ball over the centre  dart. A perfectly straight ball  delivered from this position  should run .straight to the heack  pin.  CORRECTING FOR A MISS  Suppose your, ball doesn't, hit  the headpin ��� even though you  are sure your foot was on the  centre dot, and ypuire . positive  your ball -passed over; the centre.'  dart.' ; .'���' .  "'"':'������;     ;���'.,.���  Shift your  position slightly in  the   same   direction   in ! w h i c h  your ball missed.  -Thus, if your ball ,  missed the' headpin on the! left '-r-\  move slightly left ^  and   bowl, again..  over   the   centre  dart, If you missed  on .���..the; right-'  of   the   headpin;Y  move  slightly to  the right.  Moving , in the  same direction in  ; which your ball  missed is exactly-  ,the opposite' to  what most beginner bowlers do  instinctively. Yet,  itkis a general  rule that applies, >  irio matter what  type of ball you  throw, Z and . no  'matter what system; rofk aiming  you use"'���shift  I �� wH'��' �� \7��or position in  I o ^ ���6 m el the same dlrec-  1 i I ti?n, inZ.phTie h  The soMd Iteb y^r^M;nrissed,(  shows how the ,��4 ��>"   ^P��y  bowler    \a s -*��?>****hh'.�� * j  moved to the again,   y  left to get em zj* J��� werejb*,>  arget. -^ W correctly,  >i>fyoar   ball   must  have curved awiy 'slightly to the >~  right or left at' the last minute  before reaching the target.* Shifting in the same direction7 it !mt&' x  sed pivots the path of the ball,  just enough so that slight arc at f  the end now lead^ ri_W lttto>th<; f  pocket. '' -������'";���.���':"' r.AA A  Next: HOW TO BOWL A  STRAIGHT BALL  O CO  O 0  TANCOUTER VISITO-tS  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tonkins  and Lorraine, Mr. and Mrs. Don  Wood with Sharon; Brian' and  Debra, of Burnaby, and Mr. and  Mrs. Bob- Davis of- Vancouver  spend the.weekend with Mr. and  Mrs; fldyod'Turner   of   Sechelt  By PAT WELSH  - Mrs. Bev -Robinson was hostess at a combined farewell and  baby shower for Mrs. Eileen  Brooks, who is leaving shortly  to live at Prince Rupert.  Pink,  blue and white  stream  ers ran to the corners of the  room from a decorated umbrella suspended from the ceiling.  Miss Joan Brooks assisted with  lovely gifts for the expected new  arrival, and afterwards, a beautiful bedspread was presented to  1 CROSSWORD  *��    By A. C. Gordon  the guest of honor as a going  away gift from frienqs and  neighbors. Mrs. Gretta Jorgensen made the decorated. Good  Luck   cake.  .'���  Present were Mrs. D. McCaul,  Mrs.   M.  Tinkley, Mrs.   G.  Cur-  ran,   Mrs.   G.   Jorgensen,   Mrs.  L.   Jorgensen,   Mrs.   J.  Hansen,  Mrs. B. Graves/Miss BevfNess,  Miss  J.   Brooks.   Mrs.   O.   Burrows, Mrs.  G. Nygard, Mrs." E.  Brooks sr., Mrs, I. Hanley, Mrs.  E. Pearce, Mrs- J: Allen. Guests  unable to  attend were Mrs.   A.  Grundy, Mrs. M. Mcintosh, Mrs.  P. Ness, Mrs. E. Wall and Mrs.  P. Welsh.  Bingo was enjoyed by members of the Welcome Meach Community association on Sat., Dec.  2 at   the   Welcome  Beach hall.  Enjoying the fun were Mr.  and  Mrs!   N.  Hoffar,  Mr.   and  Mrs.  Brook, Mr. arid Mrs. Wirtz, Can-,  on A. Greene, Mr. and Mrs! E.White,   Mr.   arid  Mrs.   F.   Claydon,   Mr.   arid Mrs. J.   Morgan,  Mr. Hanney, Mrs. L.  Bath, Mr.  R. Cormack and^Mr. J. Copper.  There was  a good attendance  at  the   church   service   in   Welcome  Beach hall,   Sunday   at 3  p.m.  Canon  Greene officiated.  Coast News, -Dec. 14, 1961. -    7  '���j   April hobby show  ,. The second annual hobby show;  sponsored by the W. C. CZXA A.  will be held again in April. The  date i will be released after''the  New Year. 'All participants in  last year's show and many more  who f. felt their particular- interest could have been shown are  asked to start' preparing for this  outstanding event;  ��� .mm -___���  _m ���  Sechelt  Beauty Saloii  SECHELT, BC.  V       Ph. 885-9525  TUES. to SAT.  HAERSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring  Till llll III I! OLD HOME  nil: \hvv  Wilkins Construction Co. Home  on  Your Lot or  Ours  Mortgages Available �� 7% - PU Bonus  *��� ri-...'    y:y> ���     ..''  :  See us for details of house plans and -inanoi-iig  Wilkins Construction Co., Ltd. ��� Ph. 886-0389  ACROSS  S - Expected  .   9 -Pronoun  10 -.Squeeze   '  12 . 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Y.iYY.>'���,���  Members of the ifew of ^ oil inBritish.Columbia.  $*'���  '^T  .>"-  Bringing you oil products at bargain prices is a big jpb. .Right now, for example, Imperial is  drilling 30 miles of hole at B.C.'s Boundary Lake oil field. Boundary Lake oil will travel 745  miles to Imperial's refinery r^r Vancouver, where it will be turned into products. And those  . products reach you at bargain prices; Take Esso gasoline, for e^mple._ On the average, it costs  .  motorists throughout B.C. 6_V cents per' pound. Compared with other commodities in  , evtryday use^you won't, find f a bett^ bargairu Milk, for example, sells on the average for  9_V cents a pound; soft drinks for 12_V cents -a. pound;Yeven distUtod;water costs more  stl^fg^UM./^ paid per pound for Esso, g^H^. two opnts is for  federal' abd provincial taxes tbat bring you such thihj^ as social servTces;aaftd new highways,,  ��� To bring you this bargain, Imperial has invested more than $���0,000,000 in B.C in the past ten  years alone. Yet today, oh the Average; Imperial gets lew for the Esso gasoha* it sells than  it did ten years ago...and Esso gasoline Uj^y is muchrm6rq"powerfuJ than ten years ago.  IMPERIAL iQIL'liJmTtt'lxrfi   '  ...providing low-cost oil ���tvergy fo* British Colmwfc-i OCCER  A good turnout of about 50 enthusiastic soccer fans attended  the soccer clinic-sponsored by  the B.C. Soccer Commission in  the Granthams Community Hall  on Wed., Dec. 6.  The talks were given by two  of .B.C.'s leading soccer figures,  Dan Kulai and Bill Findler and  ,. a coaching movie was shown by:  Tom Kelly, commission secretary.  Mr. Findler mentioned that the  soccer course of refereeing and  coaching is normally six weeks  and suggested that they should  return again in April for a further lecture.. He also stressed  the importance of encouraging  juvenile soccer in Gibsons district and   although the weather  conditions were unfortunate on  Wednesday night he was impressed by f the turnout, particularly  the juniors.  He .also mentioned the fact  that clubs in Vancouver ask the  commission to watch for junior  soccer talent in the out?of-town  districts like Gibsons, Sechelt  and Powell River.  Mr. Dan Kulai gave a very impressive, talk on the finer points  of refereeing . and answered numerous questions on legal and  illegal tactics and how to overcome them. He also pointed out  how impressed he was by the  number , of intelligent questions  put to h'im by the juniors in the  club.  Mr. Kelly showed a very impressive movie on coaching and  training methpds and has assured the club he will send: this  movie for .club-coaches to study  8      Coast News, Dec. 14, 1961.  and also a movie of either the  1958 Soccer match in Vancouver  between B.C. fAU Stars and Leningrad or the European Cup Final!  between Real Madrid and En-  tracht (Germany). These movies are. expected about the third-  week -t in  January. ' ���  The club thanks Mr. Barry McDonald for the use of the movie,  projector.  A committee of Ray McKay,.  Bill Sneddon , and Kurt Hoehne;  was selected to finalise arranger {  ments for the club Christmas  party in Granthams Community j  Hall Fri., Dec. 22. Club members''  are requested to get in touch \  with Kurt Hoehne to fill, in forms \  for this party. New members!  are welcome to attend practices:'-;  Seniors, Sat., 10-12 noon and Jur��l  iors, 2-4 p.m.      ; Y  %mmimmmmm:m:i*mimmmmmmmmmmiimitm#  ���������������  iekwl  le family  ...�����  *&  *&  ...�����  4*  mr  ���������������  ��� ������������  ���������������  4��  ���������������  **  ���������������  The finest Hi-fidelity Stereophonic equipment  .available anywhere  DROP IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION AND BE CONVINCED  See our top-notch display '  of Tape-recorders and accessories  KO'RTING  _�� Sechelt Highway - Ph. 836-9325 &  '^me* '��� ���'4 "������ .. A; ' .-'v ***** ���  I  4-  L  4 oz. SKEIN  LIMITED SUPPLY  50 Assorted Christmas Cards - Reg. $1.49  Box  CHRISTMAS CANDLES  10 inch Taper Dripless    .  14 Assorted Colors  38 INCH PLUSH ANIMALS  CHRISTMAS WRAP <;. .�����-  Regular 10c Package  K BIG SAVING TO YOU  12^99^  -���������  MIRRORS  A Special Shipment Of Plate .GUaai.  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