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 biV;ls.c-B    J:-o" ���,  ���__*;   .iJ/-   'i--k  ��� fV;0'j    n '.TV  ���������iUk    ���':! y.  'Provincial  Libra  V$fttqrla>  B.  c.  2?-* ��/''-���:    ����������� ���  k       .'"���.�����".���.  JUST FINE FOOD::  DANNYJ^-.  DINING ROOM  ������ Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  \   /SERVING   THE iGROWING SUNSHINE ^.COAST  Published  in Gibsons,  B.C.      Voluirie 15,  Number 47, December 7, 1961.  7c per copy  A Complete Line  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.  886-2116 ��� Gibsons,   B.C.  Scott again Gibsons plans      Seniors  fire chief  Annual elections of Gibsons  Volunteer Fire Department were  held von Nov., 27 at the fire hall  and the following officers were  elected? Bill Scott, chief; Fred  Feeney, assistant chief; Ed Kullander, captain;" Barrie; Stewart,  lieutenant;.: Fred Corley; -hair-,  man and Roy Malyea, secretary.  The press agent for 1962 will be  Keri Crosby.  Two new members have been  added this fall, Bill Feeney.and  Dennis Smith. Bothv men along  with some of the old-timers have  started on the winter _' training  program studying various methods of fire-fighting and first aid  under trainer Cliff, Mahlman.  ~ The past year.has,been.one of  the quietest on record for fire  and inhialator calls having, had  only one chimney fire and one  major house fire since December 1960. The inhalator was called out three tinies iricluding one  rescue trip, f  The department hopes the public will continue their care of  homes and property" arid that  everyone remains'fire conscious  at all times. When fire strikes,  call the fire department at 886-,  .' 2345 at once. Firemen would  rather take out all the men.and.  equipment for one chimney fire,  :than have a single fire loss, in  the area.  area expansion  Extension of Gibsons municipal boundary to take in the north  side of Sechelt Highway from  Bal's Lane to North Road is under., serious consideration ��� by  Gibsons  Municipal   CouriciL  The problem was first brought  to the;, attention of council some  months ago ::by a delegation representing people of that area.  Since then ��� some exploratory  work has. been done as. to how  this objective can. be  achieved.  One council opinion. believes  such a move on a boundary road  ���can be done through order-in-  council.. Another holds that the  matter,must be subject to a vote  of village, ratepayers.  In the meantime Clerk.Jules  A. Mainil has been sounding out  officials of the provinical muni-  cipal, department to see ju&v.  what should be done.in order to  facilitate: the move.  Considerable discussion will  take place before any action can  be taken. In the meantime the  problem is set over for the new.  council next year to. consider. .  A copy of a letter from N.  Richard McKibbin which, he has  sent to federal government officials opposing the proposed'  post offfice site on Winn Road  was read and ordered filed.  Council felt Mr. McKibbin was  considerate of. council by sending a copy, of the. .letter.-for J Jts.;  information. k  Accounts totalling $339.12 were,  scrutinized ' and ordered ..' paid';.  Most of the accounts covered  operation's under the winter,  works program, >mostly roads ���  and ditches.  During the week before Christmas the Municipal Hall will be  closed on the Saturday before  Christmas day owing to the fact  that little business takes place  on that day. ���'��� ' k '' ' '  ��� Council will ask Sechelt District School Board in view of-the  four mill increase in the school  district budget this year that .the  board keep a watchful eye on the  1962 budget in order to hold the  line on school costs.  Stewart new  Ski club head  I,    Ther annual ^meeting for the election of officers of the Mount  Elphinstone Ski Club was held on  Nov. ,3<Tiri?Gibsons Fire Hall. Of-  kliicers dected....y^ce^p^rie.���^ew:   _.  ���   __.___m__1 _��� ii     *_t___1_L    1T-.kJIm<��<    <���*��_%a  art, president; Bob Harding, vice  president; Rita Brafeewell,V! secretary arid" Terry Garlick, treasurer. I -   Yk';'':.��; -"���'."&"..:'������' -,.'���'  Club feesfor 1962 are now1/due, :  $2 for adults and ?1 for students.  These fees must be paid by Jan.  31, 1962 to take^ advantage of  - club and .transportation, facilities.  People wishing to join the club  should contact Bob Harding at  886-2143 or Terry Garlick at 886-  2132k ' YY'    Z -..  Snow conditions are improving weekly, four, inches of fine  powdery snow fell on Saturday  making a total of 13 inches at ^  the lodge and an estimated 20  inches in the meadows.  of CWL  honored  : The Catholic Woirien's League  of; St.. Vincent's church, Gibsons  and Sechelt, held a banquet in  the Legion hall to honor senior  members, of the the churches.  Those honored were Mr. and  MVs. W. J. Mayne, Mrs. J. Dill-  worth, .Mr. and Mrs. Louis Benner of Sechelt and Mrs. J. Cator  and Mrs. W. Sutherland of Gibsons, and the presidents of Gibsons and Sechelt C.W.L.,. Mrs.  Mary McKay and Mrs. Pearl Ty-  sonl  A presentation of gifts as a  mark of esteem of the work and  co-operation 5iover many years  followed. Mr. Robert Lemieux  was presented with his gold past  president's pin by Mr. Joe Benner, presiding president. Father  j: ;6'Grady and Father Thomas  Bernardo >were guests of- honor  at ; the top table. Highlight of  the evening was the reading of  the late Father Baxter's diary,  of interest, to all who remember  this "beloved priest and the wonderful work he did here whilst  in-'charge of the parish. The  evening closed with a showing  okfilms. Y  MINISTER AT HOSPITAL  Hon. Eric Martin, minister of  health services and hospital insurance, made an unannounced  visit to St. Mary's Hospital, Garden Bay, on Thurs., Nov. 30.  Mr. Martin spent, some two  hours inspecting the facilities,  and talking with the patients and  staff.' He  was  passing  through  the district, and, as he had heard  so much from this area, wished  to become   acquainted  with   its -  facilities.  Mr. Martin has opened 30 of  the 40 new hospitals built.in B.C.  in the past ten years.  Mr. Martin is shown above dedicating a new $10,500 mobile TB<  clinic for  the  B.C.  TB  Society.  PTA symposium  on life of natives  B  azaar winners  In spite of "the inclement weather the L.A. to Roberts Creek  Legion did quite well at the  Christmas bazaar.  Winners-of prizes and raffles  were: door and guessing box,  Mrs. Eades of Roberts Creek;  cake, Mr. G. Hyde of Granthams;  doll, Mr. Danroth of Roberts  Creek; grocery hampers, Bill  McNought of Gibsons, Mr. Bernhof of" Roberts Creek, Mr. Tom  Parish of Sechelt, with numbers  304, 266 and 173 respectively. .  At the movies  Gone With the Yftnd featuring  Clark Gable and Vivien Leigi*  will be shown at Sechelt Theatre  in technicolor Friday, Saturday  and Monday.  This- him, described as being  of epic proportions is one of the  longest performances to have  been filmed in .Hollywood; ��� There  will be evening shows starting  at 7:30 p.m. arid lasting until  11:15 p.m; and a Saturday matinee from 1:30 to 5:10 p.m.  .: . Llords' -"International,"^which  'will', be'; presented * in concert at  . ElphiristOhe^'High ; School auditorium'on Wed., Dec. I3,?at 8:15  p.m. is Folies'Befgere, Royal  Ballet, Radio City Music Hall  and Barnum and Bailey in ermine arid pearls ��� puppets for  adults! ''r'"'X".  A reception will be held at  Danny's following the concert to  give' aHYcbncert goers an opportunity to meet'- the' artist.'  Of Daniel ������ Llords, critics have  said that, he creates the. magic  that is the heart of all 'theatre,  that his marionettes take ori the  qualities of living flesh, and that  his productions of ballet-mimes  have : brought the; ancient craft  of. puppetry to the highest standard, inf the art's history;  From the specially designed  stage* ; coiriplete .1 with. revolving  floors and limitless effects such  . as smoke, rain, bubbles, lighted  chandeliers and underwater illusions through : ��� the intricate  lighting and extravagant puppets  all is conceived, constructed and  engineered    by    this    versatile  \^- A/eevers  Mr. .WY Veevers, one. of Gibsons early residents.who died in  Vancouver on Monday of last  week,- was born inkLancashire,  England, and came ^o Canada in  1914 and settled in .Alberta until  1927 when he moved to Roberts  Creek  area.  Three years later he bought  25 acres in vicinity,of the S turn  on Sechelt highway and farmed  until 1946 when he retired to a  smaller acreage ��� in the same  area. He leaves his wife Mary  and a daughter Margaret.  EARLY SPRING?  Late summer or early spring?  , Well Mr.   J.  Watson   of Gower  Point is hot quite sure how to  \. view the situation but he has had  f strawberries ripening, also some  ��� ripe green peas.   A   strawberry  !��� sample had excellent flavor.  TO SELL HOIJ-Y  .. Gibsons area Girl Guides will  sell holly at Super-Valu store  Friday evening; and Saturday afternoon, Dec: 15; and 16,:; So, if  : you want holly 'for Christmas  .decoration here is the plftce you  ��� can- get- it   and  help  the   Girl  Guides in their various projects.'  BROTHER DIES  William Alexander L a mo n t,  brother of Robert Lambrit of  Gibsons died- Dec. 3 in Vancouver. He lived at 3124 Watson St.  The funeral was held' "Mbriday  from Mount Pleasant chapel to,  Mountain View cemetery with  Rev. G. Turpin officiating. Mr.  Lam ont also leaves two brothers  and a sister; a son, three daughters, six grandchildren and two  great-charidchildren.  Pygmalion of; the fwoodpile -who  has created over 500 .marionettes  all of which'-he" personally 'costumes ' on four "puppet-size'' sewing machines. CamelsV peacocks,  chorus girls, giraffes 'and llamas  ��� Llords llamas are llavish���  wear the finest silks and bro-,  cades and.genuine, mink and er-'  mine!  :' When Cbncertheatre is riot on  world tour, the full strength of  the company makes its home on  California's Moriterey Peninsula  on Cannery Row where the'workshop serves as showcase and  where the little, world of '. Daniel  Llords has never played to an  empty seat.^ Iri fact freservations;  for tickets are soriaetimes made  a full year iri advance! Asf addi- .  tional ��� certification of the adult-,  hood Z'. of. Llords international,  children under the age of 12 are  not admitted to the Cannery Row,  theatre! f ./:X. /:y  X '".������.������������'.X .1 ''���  Llords' International is /the  magic of one man's talent and  taste expresed through the virtuosity of the puppet strings ���  concert, ��� ballot, world tour,  Broadway musical,' drama, circus and a trip through trine,  space and unreality!  Frorii 'the   compariy   of more  than    600    marionettes,.:. Daniel  Llords   has   selected  characters  for the   Ballet Music   frorii the  opera "Faust." The visual interpretation of this Gounod favorite 1  will be presented exactly as con- ;  ceived and  created for  appearances as guest soloist with lead-.,  ing symphony orchestras in Canada and the United States.  '.'/"/'-.  The Faust legend is telescoped  into: two sumptuous and amusing scenes full of musical magic: .  the astonishing materialization  of Mephistopheles in a cloud of  smoke, the fires of hell that leap ���  up to claini the soul of Faust in  just reward and the three temptations, as originally devised for  the premiere presentation of  "Faust" at the Paris Opera ���  Cleopatra riding ori an elephant,  the; birth of Venus on the half-  shell, and, the sensuous swaying  of Salome in her uninhibited  dance of the seven veils!  TO VOTE  ^Sechelt electors vote Thursday^ for two members of the municipal council. They vote at.the  Legion Hall between 8 a.m. and  Skp.m. _.',"   ' k'.    Y ... .",'.���;:.  "Carididates in. the, running are  Joseph Benner, contractor; Hugh  Befriel  Gordori,   realtor and "insurance .agent;  Lauritz, P.-iHari-  . se%?4 mercharit arid.'J.Willia;rii; L. -  Swain,virierchant;.' k ' . "'' '  k^Si- G'oTdbrt-rand Mr. Swain are  /._^.flte-n^#^:GOun^^no'-XeY  itire at'the.erid of the year. Tfiey  are, seeking ��� ^erelectiori " for another two year tenri^v.Chairiirian  qf  council, Mrs.  Chrisltirie John  , stpri was "re-elected, by acciama-  tion on nomination day, Nov. 27.  STORY HOUR  Gibsons Public Library Story  Hour'will' close Rafter Sat., Dec.  16 and will remain closed Sat.,  Dec.23 and Dec. 30. It will reopen Sat., Jan/6 at 10 a.m.  The highlight of Gibsons Elementary PTA November general  meeting was an informative symposium on the life and education  of the B.C. native. Speaking on  the subject were Mr. Les Peterson with an oat-fane of history of  this.area, Mr. William Peers relating experiences ' teaching at  Turner, Island Indian School and  Mrs. Shirley Scimeme of Sechelt  describing life as a student, at a  native residential school. A.lively- question period revealed facts  and probleins of winch the public  generally is unaware.  , A reports from the committeeY  studying: ;__e- wmotpmtoZ -3nAer^  garten'. program fu__5cated that.,  a lack of public response made  it a highly impractical undertaking, therefore persons interested  in obtaining the course will have  to do so privately by applying to  the - department of education;  in Victoria, where - the course is  available for five year old children only (state date of birth  on application) at a cost of $3.50  Sechelt District School board  has granted the PTA permission  to have two .delegates at each  board meeting. It is hoped this  will enable members to become  better acquainted with school  board plans and problem's. Delegates for the coming month were.  chosen.  After considerable discussion  it was decided to! sponsor a full  .length rriovie . film... as a. means  -Wf raisingffimd^'-f-thisVventure-  is well supported and financially,  fund-raising event-" held. during  successful it will be the only  the 1961-62 season. When ��� held  the public will be able to attend.  Sponsor is wanted for  teenage New Year dance  LETTERS  to editor  Editor: In the ��� Vancouver Sun  dated Nov. 24, an editorial headed fNew Zealand Leads . pointed  out that New Zealandefsj too,  think the public has- a right tb  finforinatiori about the actions of  their  elected representatives.  wTo this end the Public Bodies  Meetings bill is now being studied by New Zealand's parliament  for enactment next year.  fThe legislation is the result _of  mounting complaints . that local  .bodies are becoming secretive  ori questions that should be fuL'y  arid Openly examined, the editorial   said.    v  The question in my mind is how  long did it take for this bill to  be considered^ and. was it in the  ' beginning brought about by small  groups such > as ratepayer organizations. Were these groups of citizens referred to as a minority  of ignorant troublemakers by the  apathetic public, the public bodies in question and the adherents  of the status quo? I wonder.  This letter is an expression of  my own thoughts and not necessarily representative of the. Sechelt Rural-Wilson Creek Ratepayers Association.  Leslie R. Jackson, chairman,  Sechelt Rural-Wilson Creek  Ratepayers Association.  The newly elected {executive  of the Wilson Creek Community  Centre Association met Monday  evening at the home of J_jrs. Q]  Bing to formulate plans for the  poming year. Six. of  the   nine  member group were present.  Plans for the Christmas party  held in con junction with the Da  vis Bay School were made. The  date for this affair will be left  to the derision of the Davis Bay  School Parents group.  It was decided not to hold a  New Year's Eve Party this year.  The association executive would  .like to see a responsible organization sponsor a dance for the  teen age group. This was decid-  . ed to response to a letter in the  Coast News last year" stating  there wsze no unlicensed dances.  on the peninsula that teen agers  could have attended. Any interested organization is asked to  contact' Mrs. Maude Kraft regarding reservation and rate.  , Plans were made to hold a  Valentine Masquerade on the  Saturday evening nearest Valentine's Day.  The sponsored pottery and ceramics group were granted $10  by the executive and were also  told the community association  would - co-sign a note to enable  them to purchase a kiln. They  were granted the use of the basement if it was suitable for their  purposes.  ",. The grounds supervisor reported that he would contact Mr. J.  McLeod in connection with setting up an archery range on association property.  Nov.9 month's wettest day  ^             By  DICK  KENNETT  Nov. '61  Normal  Extreme  Total RainfaH  8.35 in.  6.16 in.  13.36 ('54)  Total Snowfall  2.3   in.  1.3   in.  5.0   ('55)  Total Precipitation  8.58 in.  6.29 in.  13.36 ('54)  Days with Rain.  . 14  13  25.('53)  Days with Snow (wet)  2  1  4 ('55)  Wettest Day (Nov. 9)  2.13 in.  1.44 in.  2.56 ('55)  Highest Temperature  .55  55  57  (*54)  Lowest Temperature  25  25  10 ('55)  Mean Temperature  40  41  47  (*54)  Days with YvoA  16  8  16   ('61)  "Day Degrees  766  725  4-H CLUB MEETS  The monthly meeting of the  Howe Sound 4-H Club was held  at the home of club member  Sandy Gibb. Eight members  were present. Each gave a brief  report oh "their calves. Next  mooting" will be at the home of  Kirk Day, Gibsons, on Jan. 7.  RUSHED TO VANCOUVER  ��� Two -children were rushed to  Vancouver hospitals in one helicopter from Pender Harbour  area' Monday. The RCAF transported. Glen Newcombe, four  months old, to Vancouver General hospital suffering from a  lung abnormality. Michael McLean, six, was taken to St. Paul's  hospital after developing a fever.  Editor: Explanations given by  some merchants in trying to justify their protests against re-location of the post office are very  interesting, some of them fantastic and out of this world.  They come forth armed with  a considerable array. of facts,  figures, dimensions, diagrams,  and goodness knows what in trying to prove something pr other.  The whole thing boils down to  one simple fact ��� the present  post office is almost on their  doorstep and they do not want  it moved. But it would never  do to admit that.  John L.  Gordon.  Concert for Pender  Harbor  The Students* Council of Pender Harbour High School are  sponsoring a Christmas Concert  to be held in the high school  auditorium at KBemdale on. Friday, Dec 15, starting at 7:30.  Pyranras and Thishe win be  done in Shakespearean and beatnik style by fhe drama class who  are also potting on a one act  play entitled lid __are Boys. The  Pender Itangalangs will put on a  lively 40 minutes of song and  tlnncc, and there will be a Christ-  r:.zi-, fantasy number for the  youn;; visitors who may see Santa jiving with Kb reindeer  There will be carol singing in  the good old fashioned way. A  good time will be assured. Proceeds are to go to the scholarship fund.  WANT SOME NUTS  Sechelt Cubs and Scouts are  conducting their annual Christmas nut drive so if you want to  fill your Christmas nut supply  the Cubs and Scouts will be happy to . supply them. Phone 885-  9314 for prompt service J&riojtoJTpJtere Your A&if*  A WE89TBB OASStC  ��&  u  =^ss��^^rv^ ������������  New flag; tin can pn field of garbage  Waz (goast Mjetus  ;;:' 7      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  skly Newspapers Advertising Bureau, 608-1112 W. Pender St.,  jcouver, B.C.  Rates of Subscription, ?3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  Maybe I have an underdeveloped bump of patriotism, but I  could never get stirred up about,  a Canadian flag. Quibble;- quibble, quibble ��� the maple leaf  "doesn't symbolize the prairies,  the people of non-British; origin  don't want the Union Jack, and  (die Old Tory British disapprove  of coddling the French: why  don't we just have a civil war  and shoot it out sensibly?  No, no, don't do that. I'vb just  come back from a little trip, and  it brought a great revelation.,  Found a real symbol that will  be recognizable all over bur  great, broad Dominion. It's riot  exclusively Canadian, maybe ���  it has a kind of. universality.  Here's my proposal for our new  Canadian flag: a tin can, bent,  on a field of garbage. Name me  one part of our glorious nation  where it can't be found conspicuously defacing some object! of  national pride?  The last weekend of summer  we drove up to the. Pineries Park  and all  the  good: patriots wero  out.enjpying our national resources. There was no dearth of garbage cans, but they V/eren't being used. The picnickers, with  one magnificent universal gesture, threw, on , the. beach: ; orange peelY banana peel, candy  wrappers, chickeri bones, cigar-  ' ette packs, cigarette and cigar  stubs, empty boxes, bottles, cans,  kleenex . . .whatever it was-they  simply threw it on the beach.  At another lovely little park  on the lake-front, we paused one  evening to watch the setting siiri.  We had to wade almost to our  ankles . through heaps off dusty  papers:.this park is the summer  scene of free outdoor movies,  where the children sustain themselves with candy arid popcorn,  and naturally throw the wrappers on the ground. There, too,  are quantities of garbage receptacles: nice and clean and empty. ���/"..:.  Find a pretty place in Canada,  and you'll find it littered with  garbage.  Lady I  know was  telling me  that   one. time   as   they   drove  along the highway, the people in:  . the car ahead suddenly .elected  to throw .out; a: newspaperf they^  didn't want. So theyYjust .threw.;  it out the window;: an&f it 'blew  back and plastered itself against  her  windshield.: yY:���'-.  On' one  rich day,  I happened  to  overhear, a  passionate   argu-:  f ment about   the  Canadian flag. ���  ���Fat man in sports shirt was arguing that there was no symbol  so peculiarly arid inherently Canadian as' the !maple.leaf.. Maybe  it didn't grow on trief prairies,  but,dt soinehow typified/Canada.  What sight  riiore   glorious than  - the   maples    in   theife; autumn  Trees and Christmas  A deal in power  One can hope that unlike Tennyson's brook which rolls on and  on, the Columbia River power battle will come to an end instead of  rolling on as it has done with legislators of varied levels sounding  off in what can be termed a politico-economic spree.      -  After reading various official documents concerning the Columbia scheme, including the treaty itself one could come to the conclusion that Ottawa has done what it could to make Canada's participation worthwhile now and in the future.  Actually the treaty between Canada and the United States relating to co-operative development of the water resources of Columbia River basin can be described as a "service of regulation." This  deals largely with the flood control and control of water in the river  so water, will be available for continuous hydro-electric power. In  return for this service Canada will get; half of downstream benefits  from the United States.  Downstream benefits are what Premier Bennett wants to sell  outright to the United States. On this subject here is,what Prime  Minister Diefenbaker said in the House of Commons on Jan. 18, the  date the treaty was tabled:  "I mentioned that the principle of sharing downstream  benefits is basic to the treaty. I also mentioned that .while,       j  1      in the initial plialse.'We riiairi power advantage'to"Cariadffwifl  be in downstream benefits returned by the United States,  there will be a steady shift in later years to power produced  ;      in Canada.  f . "Of the three  Canadian  storages, those  in  the  Arrow  Lakes and near Duncan Lake will provide the major returns  in the early years, because their value is largely for down-  ;      stream benefits. The great dam near Mica Creek will pro-  i      duce its largest advantages in the later phase because it  makes possible very great power, production in Canada. :  "The costs of the Arrow Lakes and Duncan Lake storages  are so low in relation to the power return they secure that  they can, in effect, go a great distance towards easing the  i burden of Mica costs in the early years before its full benefits  come in. Similarly our returns from the Libby dam, if it is  built, will come at a very small cost.",.  Attorney-General Bonner has referred to article eight of the  treaty as giving Canada the power for the sale of downstream benefits to the United States. Mr. Bonner is right, but only partly. Here  is the clause he refers tb:  "With the authorization of Canada and the United States  of America evidenced by exchange of notes, portions of.the;  <      downstream benefits to which Canada is entitled may be disposed of in the United. States of America. The respective conditions and limits within which the entities may arrange initial disposals shall be set out in an exchange of notes to be  made as soon as possible after ratification date."  Perhaps the reader of the above noted the words "portions of  downstream benefits." It could be that Mr. Bennett meant a portion  but judging from his remarks one can surmise he meant all downstream benefits.  Based on what one can gather from reading various background  documents there is more in the Columbia River scheme than what  has been revealed so far and that much more depends a great deal,  on what actions are taken south of the Canadian border over the  years. Ottawa is correct in sticking to the draft treaty which was approved by Washington, Ottawa and Victoria. Later President Eisenhower and Canada's prime minister placed their signatures upon it.  What is now lacking is harmony between Ottawa and Victoria so  work can commence. In this instance Peace River is misnamed because it is not contributing much peace these days.  Why should downstream benefits owing to Canada be used to  create industrial ventures in the United States? Why not use the  power we have coming to us to establish industries within bur own  country. Sixty years is a long time where the means for producing  power is concerned because production means can change. But as a  flood control measure, 60 years from now, floods will still have to  be considered.  "How did the tree symbol  come to be associated with the  Christmas observance" ��� is a  question often asked.  Its origin is clouded with  (mystery and legend but most  -Historians agree that it dates  back to an era long'before  Christianity.  However, in the earliest days  of man, the use of evergreens  |_or indoor decor sjyjmbolizied  )the ever-green spirit of Nature.  Long after - the practice jOf  (tree Worship 'was ended, tfe-Z  seendents oi! the Druids continued to bring ever-greens and  other foliage into their homes  _o ward off evil spirits. They  sought this protection for (their  homes even though they had  no idea where or how the custom had startedY  It is generally accepted, however, that the. custom of decorating trees at Christmas time,  and gift-giving too, oawginaited  >in G/temany in either the 16th  or the 17th centtutyf.  Over a period of years, these  I customs spread.. all through  Europe and eventually to  America.  f Decorating the outdoor tree  is a ; parti cularly-Aimeiriean cus-  ���tom which is believed to have  begun with the lighted com-  anunity tree, later spreadling to  lighting and decoratiing individual trees around the home.  For heavy smokers!  Sonnet  A statistical relationship between heavy .cigaret smoking  tand heart, coronary, disease  was reported in a recent issue  of the Journal of the American  Mledicar Association.  Dr. David 1VL:Spain arid Dr.  Daniel J. Nathan base their  (Bindings from a studyi erf 3,000  tmen of similar cultural background who were long time residents of the New York metro-<  ���poliitan area. The study took  into account such factors as occupational activity, cholesterol  Hevel^blood*^ pressure, -''welgM'���  and body type.  The subjects were divided  into five groups -��� those who  never smoked, those who simok-  ted leas than 40 cigarets a day,  those who smoked cigars and/  ���or pipes and those who had  stopped smoking cigarets, and  those who smoked mcxre than  40 cigarets a day. -':...������  There was no significant difference in the distribution of  imen with and without coronary heart disease among the  five classifications except  among those who smoked more  (than 40 cigarets per day Y     t  The Health League of .Canada also states that the study  revealed that there was a disproportionately greater number  k>f'men of ���eithter stout or;ath-  ietiici build in the heavy smoker  ���category. In addition this group  (contained considerably 'more  mien with Yhiigh cholesterol  levels.  When body build and cholesterol level are taken into con-,  sideration the researchers said,  the relationship between heavy  LOST ART  OF  WALKING  i Are Canadians becoming, a  nation of non-walkersff Thja  answer is undoubtedly in the  affirmative and its effect may  influence the physical fitness of  ���our children.  It is fairly obvious that much  of the blame for children's lack  of physical fitness can be traced to the home environment as  iso ��� many parents and grandparents tend to spoil and soften  their childtfan.    .  The Health League of Can-  . ada heartily endorses the need  for proper and regular exercise for children; it gives them  a'feeling of responsibility; the  children become wteak when  parents expect too little of  them.  smoking and heart disease becomes less significant.  Drs. Spain aind Nathan also  reported that they found a high:  (er incidence of heart attacks  jamong heavy.Ysfmokars than  among men smoking less than  40 cigarets a day. Of 33 smofc.  ers with coronary heart disease  57 percent" suffered heart attacks whereas only 31 percent  of the lighter smokers with cori  onary heart disease had heart  ���attacks. .  ^I^This finding is suggestive  lerwderitce"'1' that heavy cigaret  smoking .may favor the precipitation of a heart attack in persons with underlying advanced  hardening of the. coronary arteries. However, added Drs.  Spain and Nathan, this remains  to be proven.  LAND   ACT  NOTICE  OF INTENTION  TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate at the  south end of Anvil Island in  Howe Sound.  Take notice! that Daybreak  Point Bible Camp Society of  Vancouver, occupation Camp  Owners intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:-��� \ ..-..:��� .  ,}u Commencing at fa post planted at a point ori high water  mark of Ramilles Channel, due  south of the south east corner  of Parcel B of Lot 845, Group  1,\N.W.D., reference plan 2132,  thence 45 degrees W. 250 feet;  thence 45 degrees E. 100 feet;  thence 45 degrees E. 90 feet  more or, less to high.water  mark of. said Ramilles Chan-  nett; thence north easterly and  northwesterly along said high  "Water mark to the point of  commencement and containing  0.6 acres, more,or less, for the  purpose of a site for awhaTf.  G. R. BELL  Dated November 6, 1961.  2     ::Coast Newsv Dec^ 7,  1961.  i���-���: : :���rn��� ;��� ���     .    ���""���'  ������'glory j he" went on, or words to  that efect, and he threw away  his smoking cigar butt into a  pile of; those very iriaple leaves.  Oh, it went out; I was rrither  sad; about that^ tt Y^ouldi have  been nice tb: run upftb;the!?riiaple  leaf aficionado arid Ysayk Hey  riiistervnyou know those,;-maple  trees': ybu like so much? Well,  yoii?ve ;set. a - few hundred f acres  of them on fire, you patriotic  old blank.  Oh, I really don't give a hoot  about.a Canadian flag. It's the  Canadian country-side I feel  strongly about. And if anyone is  really concerned about the flag,  they shouldn't bury the , country  it symbolizes under af lotf of old  candy wrappers, f-r Vicki Freiri-  lin in Farmer's Advocate.  R. S. Rhodes  Doctor erf Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.    y  Announces he will be in Sechelt  "A   DECEMBER 11  For ail appointment for eye examination phone'  Sechelt Beauty Parlor, 885-0525  If anyone desires any adjustment or repair to their  present glasses I will be pleased to be of service.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the  liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  *>^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^0^0^0^^^0^0^0^f^0^0^^^0^0^0>'*  By Les Peterson  Does grass that scorches in the summer sun  Despise or envy that which grows in shade?  Do withered leaves deplore their thin designs, .  Or rue the patterns other leaves have made?  Can thicket-smothered shoots predict their fate,  Or twin-topped trees know only one can live?  Can crannied flowers tell how brief their stay,  Or wind-strewn seeds the random yield they give?  Do conkered roses feel of Jheir distress,  Or foot-crushed harebells understand their maim?  Can age-plucked pansies rationalize their use,  Or garland daisies give their cause a name?  Do snowdrops know that spring is in their breath,  Or lilies that their courtier kiss is death?  CAN VOU TOP THIS?  It would seem as though . civilization has always had "admen" to give the low-dewn on  the current way of life. And*  whether we admit it or not, Wf  like having them around. Anyway they're getting better and  better all the time, because no  current advertisement could *top  this, which appeared in a magazine in 1898: '  Though love grow cold  Do not despair ���  There's Ypsilanti  Underwear.  Christmas Cards!  we have them  All sizes and prices  Personal or Business *  Coast News  Ph. 886-2622  Qibsons  *0>^^^^^^^&^im^^^*^^^*^i^^*+*+^^��i^*+^***+^**^^*t*<t**^0 wtY  SPLIT LEVEL PLANNING AT ITS BEST  >     THL BUILDING CENTRE. f  VAMCOUVE.!_   B.C.  pi_AKJ U<�� R7B-IH63    Fl.OOIJ.AWAIIBO.S aq.r��  '-      . '     ���     \i  Plan No. 11188 (copyright No. 117093)  A picture home from >every angle, here is split level planning at  Its very best.        \    ������_  The floor layout shows the dining rooin.as a separate room far  formal dining, but the efficiently planned nook includes a nook  for dining "en famille." Sloping ceilings with plaster finish ante  (featured throughout the house, but are especially 5e_fective in  (the living room, allowing for large picture windows . . . Fremch  door from living room openis to the balcony ait the front of the  house . . . balcony continues around the side over the carport  for a sun deck and around the back to the kitchen door, an ideal  arrangemecit for serving outdoor meals, bit the deck.  'Complete privacy for all areas of the house Is' a feature. There  as a recreation room with fireplace under tlije living iaireas, which  is made possible becausej in this split level, the bedrooms are  on the lower level with the living areas up, which of course, is  also a factor in the heating of the house. It is scientifii. know-  fledge that heat rises, and thus better control of heating throughout is possible because of tbie designing of thia house.  Although not post and beam, careful attention to design throughout   has  produced a truly d*^lighifcfu!l concept -of contemporary';  planning.  Designed for N.H.A. approval, working drawings are available  from the Building CentrekB^C.) Ltd.,116East Broadway, Vancouver 10. New edition of Select Homes Designs Plan book is  now available. Send 25c to cover cost of mailing and handling.  C M & S provides fellowships  A $150,000 feUowship pro-  gram to assist graduates who  are working toward advanced  degrees at Canadian universities    has    been announced by  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-9525  TUES. to SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwayirig ��� Coloring  "The   Consolidated Mining and  Smelting Company. Tlie money,  wilfi be-provided in the form:  of 50 fellowships worth $3,000  each. ��� These  will be awarded  at the rate; of 10 per year be-  rtwieeri 1962 arid1967. Graduate  Btudewts in the fields oi pure'  tsoience,-.��� engineering and: agriculture  can qualify? for  thSese  fellowships.    .      y  ���  The program will be admiri-  istered by the., Canadian  Universities .Foundation, of Ottawa.  Out of each award $2,200 will;,.  ��o tof thestudent and $800"'%oil  the  university  department   in-'  which the graduate carries out  ^staidy-land , !resear��ch. Coniincq  Ibegiairi   giving \fel|bwishaps;;��� in  1944,    and   since   then,    has  Warded 170 worth $225,000.  Phone YU 8-3443 'A:  WK'LL TELL YOU ABOUT THE MANY ADVANTAGES  OF  For aWonderful  WbmofW  CALL  engineered  specifically  for your  heating  requirements  9  convenient  budget terms  ���   '--and-' '���"  0 free life  ���  insurance  Q  up; to 6 years  to pay  5% Down ��� Balance at 5 V_% simple int.  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST  YOUR uESSOj HEATING  EQUIPMENT DEALER  SEE  OR  PHONE  DUKES & BRADSHAW Ltd.  1473 Pemberton Ave.. North Van YU 8-3443  DAN Wm_ELE_? Gibsons ��� 8869663  TED  KURLUK,  Secheit  --  885-4455  MOLSON ��� SHERMAN  A pretty wedding took place  in Bowen Island Church on August 30/ ' when Gerda Anne,,  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar  Cole Sherfnan of Port Mellon,  became the bride of Hugh Dou-  gal Molson, son of Mrs. H. E.  Molson and the' late Mr. Molson,  grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs.  W. H. Malkin. Rev. Thomas Oliver of West Vancouver United  Church officiated assisted by  Mr, Les. Wallwork.  Given in riiarriage by her father, the bride wore a short  simple pink delustered satin  dress, with pink headpiece and  shoulder length veiL For something old she wore an heirloom  diamond lavaiiere, a gift of her  maternal  grandmother. ~  Her only attendant was her  cousin. Miss Marilyn Alice Parent arid she wore a light beige  lace arid nylon dress.  Mr. John B. Molson was best  'man.f ���'������       ���' ,  The reception was held at the  summer home of the groom's  mother, where Mr. C. B. Davies  proposed the toast to the bride.  The bride graduated from  Crofton House and attended UBC.  Coast  News, Dec.  7,  1961.       3  The groom received his B.A.  at UBC and his MA. at Victoria  College, New Zealand. Mr. and  Mrs. Molson will live in Hamilton, Ontario, where Mr. Molson  will be head of the History dept.  of Hillfield College.  FAO CHAIRMAN  S. C. Barry, Canada's deputy  minister of agriculture, is chair-  of one of three commissions in  ���the. current conference of the  Pood and Agriculture Organization in Rome. Mr. Barry presides over deliberations of Com-  imission II, as well as its bud-  iget proposals for the next two  yiears.  :.'���'���  THE HOSPITABLE TOUCH  Keep a gay table stocked with  food and beverage for a  quick  serving of guests during the holiday season. Dye or tint an old  tablecloth   rich   red   or   spruce  green. Centre the  table with  a  brandy   snifter   filled   with   the  glitter of Christmas decorations.  Display your prettiest decanters  with a selection of fine Canadian wines. Add a medley of Canadian cheesesfon a tray or antique cheese dish.,  US!  CHRISTMAS  SEALS  flASSMS STORE  ��� Complete slock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial and Sports  Hardware ������ Dry Goods  BAPCO PAINT  Interior  &  Marine  Ph. TU 3r2415  A Night Out.  at  Pender Harbour Hotel  Banpet Room Available Nightly  . for  PRIVATE DINNER PARTIES���RECEPTIONS, etc.  By Advance Arrangement Only  MUSIC AVAILABLE  Ph. TU 3-2377  48?  *&  ���*&'���:  Open  House  ��_���  ������._  >���*���  ������.��  ������������  ��� ������  at Anne's Flower Shop  Sechelt  ���������������.  Visit our Do - It - Yourself department  in a specially decorated upstairs suite  where you may obtain assistance from  Anne and,staff For all home decoration  o  ne  eds.  rmm-. ������"  ���������������  ��� 4$Z?-j yy-rXr ��� ?-<;' " ������ ':: ������-..<. ;.k&<J- .��������������� ������'  JJh'*X,*������::<:>���:    ������:   ':'             .:.:Xr:-/>y ���;���' '  y  .  . .   v'fi-.              "'  iri  Vte:"fY'  .���������'  >.�����;  '������������  WILL BE SERVED  If  Visit the Pet Department for  Budgies* Canaries and Gold Fish  Aline Selection in newest  Gift Ware on display  <*  �����...  *��  ��������������  *&  Ai  Phone  885-4455  nnes riower  f Store Hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.   -   Dec. 7,8, 9 & 10 s��� Coast News, Dec.   7,  1961.  )'   f."J  I  Y  Wilkins Construction Co. Home .....'  on  Your Lot  or Ours  Mortgages Available -1% - No Bonus  ,    See lis for details of house plans and financing  Wilkins Construction Co., Ltd. ��� Ph. 886-9389  1958 CHEVROLET 4-Door  ~~  __.._____���____. A Steal at this Price  1957 CHEVROLET 4-Door   ....   $ 1350  A Real Clean Family Car  1956 CHEVROLET 4-Door   -_  $1000  YOUR LOCAL GENERAL MOTORS DEALER  (1957) LTD.  WILSON CREEK ��� Ph. 885-2111  KEEP LOCAL PEOPLE EMPLOYED  ���SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE  Clmreh Serviceis  . 'ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m.,_ Sunday School  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11.00 a.m.  Sunday School  9:45 a.m., Holy Communion  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  7:30 p.m.. Evensong  11:00  a.m., Sunday School  UNITED  Gibsons  11:00 a.m., Divine Service  11:00 a.m.,' Sunday School.  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m. ,  Wilson Creek  11 a.m. Sunday School-  3:30 p.m.,  Divine Service'  COMMUNITY   CHURCH Y  Port Mellon       .     _  United Church Service, 9:15 a.m.  1st, 2nd,' 4th and 5th Sundays of  each month ."���''������  Anglican Service,  7:30 p.m.  1st Sunday of each month v   ;  Anglican   Communion  9:30   a.fri.  3rd Sunday of each month-  ST. VINCENT'S   .y~,Z  Holy Family,  Sechelt,  9:00 a<m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary ,:  Gibsons, 10:30 a.mY      1;,  CHRISTIAN     SCIENTISTS  \ Church Service?  and   Sunday   School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.    ._���  Roberts   Creek  United  Church  TV   series,   How   Christian   Science Heals,  KVOS,   Channel  12,  9:15   a.m.  Dec. 10, Man is not Condemned  BETHEL BAPTIST   :  Sechelt  10 a.m. Sunday  School  11:15 am., Worship Service"  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer    o  Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School Y  7:30 p.m., United ChurchY-  ' GIBSONS Y  PENTECOSTAL      t  11:00 a.m. Devotiomal  10 a.m., Sunday   School    f>-  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Servicb  Tues., 7i30, Bible  Study     ;   '  Fri., 7:30 p.m.i 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 Class1  Fridayk7:30 p,m. ��������� Rally    \ ^  Sat., 7, p.m., Yoi|rig;Men!s Action  "k.kfctab.1-*1*":'      -"���  GIBSONS  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DUROID ROOFS  Reroofing & Repairs    \  FREE ESTIMATES  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  �����!��6e^e����g*K,.����w��*s!s����^^ 3gtctet@ctcNEte<cie��E^^  1 'Town & Country9' tires too!  Right now we're offering new "Town &  Country" tires at the lowest prices ever!  Here's a further bonus! Buy early and  you'll get our special pre-season discount. You'll need winter traction  soon ... so, buy now and save on  Canada's leading, winter tire... the  Firestone "Town & Country".  Th�� only winter tir��  GUARANTEED TO GO OR WE PAY THE TOW!  Say Mum here are some Stocking Fillers  for DAD  and the  Kleerttex Holdmr   _:   Winds-del* Wu_*r    _w___  Litter Buktls Y _ _ _ ��� _   Snow Shovel   _.__.'���_   Chrome Fender Mirror   ._  Floor Mens'. ______ :__  Seet Coren "���__.   White Fender Flaps   ______  Handy^ Phre Exitaguisher  Chrome Tail Pipe Exlezrxiop  Licence Plate Holder    ____  Auto Certificate Holder    -.  Nylon Fur Wheel Muffs   __  from  from  from  from  $1455  *&8d  75*  $2.10  $2450  $2.88  W9&  $3*99  $2.09  $1.29  $1-49  98^  98*  Compass Flaahllghl  flum|>er Jack  Magae-ise Dash Tray   -  Visor Hold All   __   Car Coat Hangers   -   Pure Wool Car Blankets  Baby Bottle Warmer    _.  Car Cushion    ���___���  While Sidewalk (set 4)  Hand Spot Light    _..__.  'Car Spong��-'  -���______���.  Car Wash Hand Mit  ....  .__    99*  ._.. $4^95   .' 79*  ���__y*2:5��S  ���-x W>  _____ $8^8  _____ $2.95  'front 99*  :_-^- $3.98  .__��� $2.98  ----- 65*  .���_- $1-25  Gibsons Shell Service ���88^Y  VISIT SOUTH BURNABY  Mr. George. Pumpnrey ' of Sechelt " and Mrs. Elizabeth- (Sis)  Thomas;..of Selma ,.Park,~-4 were  guests at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. A. "C. Anger of South Burnaby, for the past week.  ^mwmwmmmmmwaammmam  ���JxK t.  GIBSONS  nSIIROPRACtlC  r- CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  10 to 12 a.m. ��� 2 to 6 p.m.  Evening appointments  CLOSED WEDNESDAY '  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  Phone 886-9843   -  ^Commercial;.,& Domestic (. f.niZZ  Efficient Service Available  r     r;i a  Phone 886-9316  , ���rvT  i><  200 amp   Lincoln Welder  powered by 4 cylinder.   .  Continental Gas Engine  -:Z\Z':f^& xZZ-  Haddocks Engineering'  Ph; TU 3-2248  MADEIRA  PARK  TURKEY BINGO  Sechelt Legion Hair  Wed., Dec. 13  ALL PRIZES $10 & up  3 CARDS for $4 tax included  Z:For\:ihzz^ZzZx^  LoYcliest Chn^  ���_ . shop at H. Bishop  for h  or ner .  CARDIGANS  PULLOVERS  BLOUSES  HOUSE COATS  SKIRTS  DRESSE_5k  MILLINERY  CAR GOATS  SCARVES  SLIM JIMS  H  Sechelt, next to Anne's Flower  Phone 885-2002  Ladies Wear is our ONLY Business  customer?  A housewife;"in Hamilton . . . a  youngster In Yarmouth .. . a farmer in  '��������� Fruitvaie? '".������,, k ��� '��� '���'"-  ,,        Frankly, we'd just be guessing. This  year our total customers soared above  the three-million mark. But which new  "customer in our network of 875 branches  was the one between) 2,999,999 and  3,000,001- we have no way of knowing.  _tut we do know oui 3-mUlionth cus-  . tomer wiU. probably iue the fi of M in  mrfny ways... to save for the things he  wants, to f_ian^.iu> automobile at lovf  cost, to pay his. household billt and to'  keep his valuables iateA  If he is a businessman, he might use .  Canada's first bank to finance his day-today operations, to pay his employees,' to'  collect and remit money the world over j-  ... if he is a farmer, "MY BANK" might  be called.upon to finance new trucks,  modern barns and labour-saving, electri-  cal equipment. {  He's yery important to us, that 3-  millionth customer. Never before Jo. our  long history have we been privileged to -.  serve so many. We number with a1 good  deal'of pride thogev{bree million-expressions of trust from people who call tho  Bank of Montreal "MY BANK",  is~yx-  ll-ro&'&K'J^^  .-i..l:u :     up*������..���..  i   Xx   X^t  x  .'!���"(   i,.-r.Y-.  A:'4.Xy  KVX&XWx 'X;Xi  W  ]MWMMNM-i  ..,.        ���.  .������A'.'    .Y'-'-"    ���::���' 'fXiCX. ...YvTv.*;.;  0RKIN6    WM^CANADUKS-rlW.  E V -R^ "rj -'-W % LIC;'Q !��� kti^M   VflTO llt/f  ��� ��� z   .... .-.:--.���    -,., ���    .... ��� ������'. "���'������   ,<: .tZi^xxz  .'���V-^ ������'  i_-i-*. ���COMING  EVENTS  ���fBINGO ��� BINGO ��� BINGO  . n'-toNiqe^prizes and .J^cksa^jv^  Everirx;]VJonday, at 8 ^iii. -ah "the  Gibsibhs Legion'Hall:' "3 "*- *-*' ''  Dec. 8, Roberts. Creek Legion  meeting and elections',*". p'.mY  Dec.  9,  Royal Canadian^ Legion-  109 Klondyke Night, 7 pan., Legion   Hall,  Gibsons. -  Dec. 9, 11 a.m. to 5 plm'. Gibsons  Boy Scouts Book Sale, opposite  John Wood Hardware.  CARD  OF  THANKS  > . . -  We wish to express our sincere  thanks and appreciation for the  very kind messages of sympathy  and good wishes received during  our recent bereavement of our  infant son Stephen Michael. Special thanks to Doctors and staff  of  St.  Mary's Hospital.  Maureen and Gord Hall.  SEAL ESTAT  r-'ixv/h,  .?.   Coast News,  i-x   Dec���u7,   1961.  5    BOATS-AND MARINE  .^*i��. -.( ��,.  We wish to thank our friends  and neighbors for. their kindness  and sympathy and the beautiful  floral offerings extended at the  death of our beloved husband  and  father.    *  Mrs. Veevers and Mary.  I take this opportunity of thanking all my friends, neighbors  and fellow employees at Hillside  for all the get-well cards, flowers  and gifts sent to me during my  stay in St. Mary's Hospital.  J. R. W. (Ike) Mason  DEATH NOTICE  COUGHLIN ��� Passed away Nov.  29, 1961, Clara Edith Coughlin,  aged 78 years, of Roberts Creek  B.C. Survived by her three daugh  ters, Mrs. Gwen MacKenzie,  Mrs. Edith MacDonald, Roberts  Creek; Mrs. Ethel Skelton, Galloway, B.C.; 1 son Wilbur, Vanderhoof, B.C.; 13 grandchildren,  9 great-grandchildren; 4 brothers  and 4 sisters. Private funeral  service was held Monday, Dec.  4 at 2 p.m. from the Harvey  Funeral Home, Gibsons B.C. Rev  M. Cameron officiating. Interment Mountain View Ce-metery.  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B.C., directors. In lieu of flowers  donations to the Mount Elphinstone Chapter-No. 65, Order  Eastern Star Cancer Fund.  Gibsons, �� 3 , bcb:^    fireplace,  close' in.' 'Ask ^about   the   easy  terms on this home.  Kay  MacKenzie,   eves.   .86-2180  P,HONE 886-2191  Gibsons ��� 2 bdrs,  nice location,   good   garden   soil.   $5,750,  terms.  Archie Mainwaring eves. 886-9887  PHONE 886-2191  Acre of view property, near  school, 1 bdr house, all services.  $4,750,  easy terms.  PHONE 886-2191  Roberts Creek, over 6^_ acres  near beach and store, cosy 2 bdr  house. A good buy for $4,500.  PHONE 886-2191  Rentals $25 - $60.  PHONE 886-2191  i  R. F. Kennett ��� Notary Public  PHONE 886-2191  "A Sign of Service"  H.  B.    GORDON   &   KENNETT  LIMITED  REAL  ESTATE  & INSURANCE  Gibsons Sechelt  BUILDING LOTS  Gibsons Village ��� from       $1,000  Roberts Creek, near beach $  759  FOR RENT (Continued) '  Waterfront, Hopkins Landing, 2  bedroom, unfurnished, oil - stove  and heater only. Phone 1886-256t>.  Beach front, Gower Point, 2 bedroom  duplex  suite, .unfurnished,,  $50  a* 'month.   Nearly* new,   oil  ' lieated, now empty. 'Ph. 886-9853.  MISC. FOR SALE    '  Give him a fishing reel, rod or  both for Christmas.  EARL'S   ���  886-9600  Westinghouse washer, almost  new, $85. Phone 885-2174.  Remington Standard typewriter,  $20.  Phone 886-9849.  Fancy Pigeons and Bantams  make nice Christmas presents.  Ph. 885-9303 evenings,; 885-2063  daytime. '���''������.- "  PRICE REDUCED        I  33 ft. old' style roomy cruiser,  toilet, sink, oil stove, Universal  engine, $950 cash full price. Den  Harling, Garden Bay, TU 3-2366.  mr i ce  A sum. of money was found at iSJhop Easy Stcxre, Sechelt,  in November. |Ripply |at Store Office.  ANNOUNCEMENT  FULLER BRUSH AGENT  Maureen Mullen  Pnone  *>J>-2685  jLi����i^L.and  MONEY TO LOAN  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XXX" "XXX XX  XX XX  XX  h .-����������������  i       *.����������������  Px*xxxxxxx"xx|xx&c  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  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  FLORISTS  PLANTS  CUT FLOWERS  Order now for Xmas  USSIMAN'S  USED  ��� heaters,   electric,  and coal,  from $3,75.  EARL'S  ���  886-9600  cash $ 975  $ 1.250  $ 2,500  $ 7,500  $10,000  VEEVERS ��� Nov. 27, 1961, William Crane Veevers, of 865 West  23rd - Ave., Vancouver, formerly  of Gibsons; B:C. Survived by his  loving wife Margaret; 1 daughter Mary Veevers, Vancouver; 1  sister, Mrs. Susan Holden, England. Funeral service was held  Thurs., Nov. 30 at 1 p.m. in tbe  Chapel of Chimes, Harron Bros.  Ltd. 10th Ave and Ontario /St.,  Vancouver. Rev. W. H. Brooks  officiated. Interment Mountain  View Cemetery.  IN MEMORIAM  EMMERSON ��� In loving memory of my dear father-Isaac Em-  merson, who passed away December 2, 1958.  Every day in some small way  Memories of you come my way  Lovingly - remembered by his  daughter Bette.  DOBELL ��� Iri loving memory  of Gordon Dobell who passed  away Dec. 5, 1960. Gone ahead  but lovingly remembered by his  Wife Annie.  WORK WANTED    " k"~  Redroofs   Waterfront $4,000  Pender Harbour  waterfront $3,250  ACREAGE  1  acre with creek  uncleared,  1 acre, level  partly cleared  2Vi acres  good well water  10 acres, *  , unfinished house  55  acres,  highway property  FARMS  9.75  acres,  3 bedroom house . $11,500  15  acres,   Cottage, $12,500  33 acres,  2 bedroom home $18,500  HOMES  New 3 bedroom, view, low  down payment. F.P. $14,500.  Others   from   $7,500.  For the best buys on the  _> *vV   ��$un$hioe Coast .= -x~.. = -  see  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  "'   -    886-2481  Deal with confidence with  SECHELT REALTY  & 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 885-9563  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  Modern Rockgas and wood' stove,.  completeY with   waterfront   and-  H.W.   tank:   Reasonable.   Phone  TU   3-2689. kk f  >.-.  Ford Tractor with Chrysler mo-,  tor, ;$395;; Comet- garden tractor-"-';  with plow, disk, blade, $300.. Can  be;: seen 1-.. at Hough's Dairy,  Gibsons.   Phone   TR 4-5090. Cj  . . ; , : : ��� :_i_:  Ford    tractor   ori    rubber, y plti�� -'  trailer." Both licensed. Phone 886-  2363. '      '" '���'", '���'"���������������  Winchester rifle, cal. .270, $65:  Ruger .22 single six, $60; TU .4,-.-  5325. ���;������.' :".'���-/������������������        ff;:.Y-;-'.-k  Fawc.tt oil heater, in good shape  electric stove, high oven. Phone  886-9508.        ������������    f  Fireplaces,. $187 and up. A.  Simpkins, SecheltY    f  FURNACEMAN  FURNACE  is" economical to buy and operate  For an estimate Ph. TU 3-2643.  Beautifully berried holly. Reasonable: Phone 886-7736.  9 cu. Kerosene fridge: Ph." Mrs.  Jones, Vic's Motel, Wilson Creek  Pullets,' 6 months old; laying soon  High-; bred -heavy breed  crossedX.  with finest layer. $L85: Ph: 886-  2592. /   ���:.. ���  /...y.lxA--:  20 ft. double plank inboard; Wit  lys   jeep motor,  marine   clutch, Y  lights-: compass,;' tight?*tiulL   4 -.'?.,  years  old, worth  apprOx.  $2000 ;t  Sell of $1,200 or offer. 1958 Ford  Fairlane   convertible,   new   top,Y  one owner, white with black top: >k  $2,100. R. A. Nelson, Lions Bay,  1 B.C.  Phone   WE   3-5411.  oil,     Hopkins   Landing;   Ph.    886-9345  J. H. G. (JIM) DRUMMOND  r        INSURANCE AGENCY  i For complete coverage  Y General and Life  Phone 886-7751  Notice to F.B.I. (Full Blooded  Indians) Palefaces did not, take  country by conquest^ or treaty.  Therefore real estate"1 still Redskins': Prepare to take it back.  Eat Bob Donley's Kippers. One :  Redskin full ��� of Bob Donley' s  Kippers equal to ten Palefaces  who aren't.        .        Chief Joe.  NELSON'S      ,-      '.        '  LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS  RUG CLEANING  Phone Sechelt 885-9627   ,  or  in   Roberts   Creek,    Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  Private ��� sewing lessons ;now  available.  You   may   take  a  complete course or one lesson. Grace f  Roche, Porpoise Bay Road,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9619.  TIMBER CRUISING  K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Van-  couver 9, Phone Regent 3-0683.  WATKINS  PRODUCTS  W.H. Kent, GibsOns 886-9976  ELPHINSTONE  CO-OP  Lucky Number  Dec. 2 ��� 18027, Pink  ~       PETER   CHRISTMAS X  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework,  Alterations and repairs  .,   Phone 886-7734  NO "MORE TV  REPAIR BILLS!  ������������/���": ��� ���'.  BUY A NEW SET NOW WITH A  LOW-COST LIFE-INSURED  XXX    XXX   XXXX XXXX X    XXXX  -xlkLi I Iri  FOR GLASS  of all kinds      ; ,~  Phone 886-9871 or 886-9837  PENINSULA GLASS'  xxx   xxx  xxxx  X    X  5fO..*v/*.    f&^^JIrT  Cook  couple  also  available fqr  maintenance,     caretaking���_   etc.    More and more homeowners are  turning to us for their Insurance  Phone 885-956..  PERSONAL  "FAMILY PLANNING ���  What does it really mean?"  FREE of charge, over" 100,000  copies of this highly, informative  and thought-provoking 37-page  booklet have been distributed to  married couples* in'all parts,of  Canada. This booklet has received the highest praise from  husbands, wives, doctors and a  \world-renowned biologist. The  booklet is available FREE, upon  personal request, to any married  couple. Write to PRESTIGE  (DRUG) PRODUCTS LTD., Box  513, Terminal "A" Toronto.  " \  AUTOS FOR SALE  1952  Chev   W ton  panel truck/  good condition. $375.  Phone TU  3-2418.   __, I���- ��� <���         -  ���55 Chev V8 r. tc, h... near new  w.w. tires, 22,000 miles'oh '56  motor. What offers? Ph. 886-M70  evenings. ��� -^   '��  BOATS FOX SALE ~      '    :=  18   ft. -. Sangstercraft    fibreglas  convertible,'   powered   by   Volvo ���  inboard-Outboard. K_c��Uent, ,conr  dition. $2W0. Phone TU 3-3413.  protection.  Before your present policy expires, let us give you. a quote,  no obligation and no charge for  this service.^ You, may be surprised at the results. Ph. 886-2161  EWART   McMYNN  REAL ESTATE ft INSURANCE  -   BAL BLOCK   ��      .     -  Marine  Drive,   Gibsons  - Large waterfront home, lawn,  trees, shrubs: - Guest' house 'on  beach. Terms.  LISTINGS WANTED  Phones:   886-2168,   Res.   886-2500  .Half acre, half cleared, half  price, at Stone Villa, $700. A.  Simpkins, 885-21^2.,  , PENDER  HARBOUR .  Charles Island,   7   acres,   small  Oysters are all food and so good;;  that you can eat them raw- Eat  them often. Oyster Bay Oyster  Co., R. Bremer, Pender Harbour  Member B. C. Oyster Growers  Assn.   ��� /��� :-_  3 yard dump, Al condition; 1 12  ft. flat bottom boat. Ph. 885-2047  Massey Harris model 102 tractor, 32 horse, $300. Wide metal  lug wheels, belt power take off,  Continental motor. Mrs. R. H.  Brooks Jr., Halfmoon Bay, Ph.  8S5-9665. .   Z   t    ".  \   ���������;   ",      4 ���    ^,  ROGERS PLUMBING SUPPLIES  Gibsons, B:C.        Phone. 886-209^  Wholesale and   Retail      ii  1 Kemac Oil-Range       -$9^  1 Kresky  Automatic; oil?        kV  furnace f n *"-��� $6��  1   automatic oil furnace '.A  with fan $7S  Don't think about it, get her|  quick!   Terms to suit. i|  1 RockGas  heater with   ���-',     |  controls; $2|  machine        ~. $29.50  1 used Rheem Rockgas range!  white -enamel, like new, used i  few month." $9?  3 other space heaters ^l  I Gurney combination wood and  elec. range Y.; $11|  II oil ranges  from $29 to $139,  4 electric  ranges,   $59 to   $145;!  ���������,:"���'��� No junk   f ��� k��:  1 used good washing   ^ ^  machine $42.50  Fairbanks Morse domestic wateg  service  pump, special k?-  for cash tlM^K  3 good used toilet: complete $l|.  110 gal. fuel oil drums      $42.5ft;  PEDICURIST  |5rs. F. ,E. Campbell  SeMakPairk,  on'' bus  stop  :^    ,., :^;Phone   885:9778f  Evenings by appointment  44ZXIA4Z'KELLY'Sy---- '������'��� -  GARBAGE   COLLECTION  f  Box 131 "X Gibsons  ��� Phone 886-2283  ��� Alcoholics Anonymous Phone Sechelt 885-9678 or write Box 584,  Coast News.  Tree falling, topping., or removing lower limbs for view Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Phone 886-9946.  Marven Volen. -���-���.,.���*..  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior "��� Exterior  i:     Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road./  LEARN  ACCORDION  Beginners or advancedf students,  private���";��� or in group !;le_sons.YPh.  Walter X Hendricksoh,     Gibsons.  -886-2470.Y ;k:A:AX.A:/A/4y\  X YDAVIt* NYSTROM  Interiork exteribr painting^ Alsof  paperhanging.    Phorie f   Gibsons  886-7759 or 886-9955 forf free estif  ���.mates."-;'' AA%'ixx-:AXV;XX:\xAf  MRS. O. ROSENLIND -   ^  '.;T_d_6re_s"' -;"f'-  SEWING & ALTERATIONS  South Fletcher Rd., Gibsons .  Phone 886-9598     Y;  FUELS  1950 Meteor,   $150.  Phone 886-2350.  W.  NygreriJ.  -   k**  *f?af��; Pi?n��t��e ^JS^iJUm'- Standard si_e concrete  Building;  ter   for   boats.'J_sking ,$1J,500.    Blocks>   $%iilt   now   avaiiable^  Courtesy to agents. L. E..Kyle<    *>luv.J��f. /��* ���*  "Realtor"   1429   M,arine   Drive,  West Vancouver,' WA 2-1123.  FOR RENT  Fliagstones, vpier" blocks, f drairr  tile,   available   from   Peninsula;  _ Cement  ProdiictB, Orange -Rd.^  Roberts Creek*. '   ' '$  FOUND  A$W  One and two bedroom ��� homes for  j-ent. Phone TU.4-5385.Y.    ", 1 .  K : :  .���.'������,   - 2 bedroom modern home on wa- ���  ��� terfront^RoberJs^. Creek.   Phone.  ~ 886-9834.  Used electric and gas ranges, aV;  so oil ranges, C 4 S Sales, ?$<  ��� 88S^97Uk ^SecmtffllXX--r -;-,- -v-j|;:  I   ���*"l"'|1"'.*.'"  *I"|Ii',i'    ''!>*!'Hl,'ni I   ll'l'l.".. . " " ." 'Til  WANTED    '������'��� fk  ;*r  Jolly Jumper.  Phone 886-2121.  A place to get take out service.     we   suggest   local  grown   fried    2  room  self-contained  furnished    ��ike   boy's-or girl's,  for an  8$  hall chicken with French *frhjd^ sutt^fi^i^rk/Qwer ^ be (. Je^.* old. Phone 886-9344. 2  potatoes from DANNY,St-^-���������*-'��� ^\thert^S_turdayi orkph. 885-2169^ ��1^���. ___ ���  Phone 886-9815 v . ' ...... ^  WATCH REPAIRS  :%M8Z-%^X'*  2<bedroom furnished cottage, wa-  ���-: ������ ���r���-'���:    terfroht.  Roberts  Creek.   Phone  For. ..^ajjantepfl,,, W^,^ X&& 2-%m.> ?'��� �����������;���'������     .  Jewelry   repairs,'   see   Chris's    -.,. "    :.' :: ^������������ ���;:,:. :..:..: ,  beWfetsrT&SnlMrrtra^^  on the; premises* tfn    per month. Phone 886-247-.  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gib*  sons,.Ph. ��86-9950.  COAL & WOOD  Alder, $10  (Clean handpicked   .  Fir  skibwood,  $9  No. 1 Fir Sawdust \  Coal, $32 ton, $17 W ton  or  'XA     $2 per bag.  ��� A.lxZ' .Ton-Hton  Gibsons ���������-���  Elphinstone   Rd.     $32-   $17  Elphinstone -  hpa Park 33      18  a Park" - ''"-  elt ?rea .;������.) .34'���'.' 19  BTaJfmoon Bay area' 36 21  Bargain Harbour 38 23  Garden Bay  . 40 ,   25 ,  TOTEM LOGS $1 a box.  V        PHONE   886-9902  RkN. HASTINGS, North Rd.,  XX        Gibsons  TRADR  1950 "Meteor; - for?  Wk NygrenM^- ���'.^  Phone 886-2350.  Fif,$12:oerd  Alder, $10 cord  ���delivered  Phone 886-9881  wxxx        xxxx  X       x  HI   Hfxx|  Jc XXXX X      X   X X  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  DIRECTOR Y  FIRE & AUTO  INSURANCE  call  GIBSONS    . SECHELT  886-2191  ' 885-2013  "A Sign of Service".  H. B. GORDON and KENNETT  ,,;'LIMITEiD\  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 ;     Y  MADEIRA   PARK  BUILDING SUPPLY Co.. Lid.  Cement  gravel,  $2.25 yd.  Road gravel   and fill,  $1.50 yd.  Delivered in Pender   Harbour  ; ,_-,_��:_,-__  ��� area.^-^--.--k'-kk:-^  Lumber,     Plywood,     Ceihent  Phone TU 3-2241  J. J. ROGERS & SON  PAINTING  CONTRACTORS  Phone  886-9333  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM   ELECTRIC LTD.  Sechelt  Phone 885-2062  Y Residence,   885-9532.  RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM-LARKMAN  Radio, TV repairs  Phone 886-2538^; Gibsons  ' ~ SAND ��� GRAVEL  CEMENT  BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  f FOR'DRIVEWAYS   FILL; etc  SECHELT  BUILDJNG   SUPPLIES  . f&one 885-960J  L. (JOHDON BRYANT  NOTARST PUBLIC  k".    ; .at-;;-, -y'.. ���. ������ x--  Jay-Bee Furniture and  k'Y-  Appliance Store  Office Phone  886-2346  House  Phone  8-6-2100  MARSHALL'S   PLUMBING  HEATING &  SUPPLIES  Ph. 886-95.3, 886-9690 or 888-2442.  STOCKWELL & SONS  r Ltd.- ������  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488 for  Bulldozing.; Backhoe and front  end loader work. Clean cement  jgrayei. fill and- road gravel! Y {:  We use  Ultra Sonic  Soand Waves  to clean your watch  : "���' and Jewelry'';'  CHRIS'   JEWELERS  y.   - Mail^ Orders ...   ,;���.  ���"���'' Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt  885-2151  peninsula:  cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone  . kP_M>nef^2300  Home and Industrial Wiring ~  Electrical Heating  Radios,  Appliances^ TV^-Service  GTBSONS EI^ECrTRIC  Authorized GE T)ealer  .. Phone. 886-9325  �� COAST CONSTRUCTION Co.  ASPHALT PAVING  ..For-free esiimates.on  DRIVEWAYS,  PATIOSC  PARKING LOTS  SERVICE STATIONS, etc  PHONE 886-3600, GIBSONS  PENINSULA SAND & GRAVEL  ������;.'.   . Phone f 886-9813 ;  Sand,   gravel,   crushed  rock.  All material washed; and screened or pit run.  . Good cheap fill  BACKHOE  and LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP URUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  ������������'���-������'.-��� Also '-Yf -..'  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W-   KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826  Draperies by ttie yard   '-.  or. made   to measure    i  All accessories  C  & S SALES  Phone 885-9713  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  A. J. DUFF ZRAL  Phone   885-4468  THRU TEE DRESS  SHOP.  "Personalized Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886-9543  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS  P. O. Box 37, Gibsons  1334 West Pender St:,  Vancouver, 5.       Ph. MU 3-7477  RITA'S BEAUTY SHOP  Tinting and Styling  Phone   886-2409  Sechelt Highway  Gibsons Village  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc,;Acy. .Welding-)".  Precision Machinists  Ph.. 886-7721  -     ���    ResY 886-9956^  C. ROY GREGGS  Phone 885-9712  For  cement gravel, fill,  road  gravel and crush rock.  f Backhoe and-Loader  Light Bulldozing  SMITH'S   HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422.  BILL   SHERIDAN  TV ��� APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES   AND  SERVICE  Phone 885-9534  WATER   SURVEY   SERVICES  CONSULTANTS  f L. C. EMERSON  R.R.  1,   Sechelt  885-9510  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialist  Kitchen  Cabinets  .; Office and Store Fixtures  ': -   Custom Home Furnishings  Repairs and Refinishing  Quality Material & Workmanship  Guaranteed  R.   BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phorie 886-2551  RICHARD F; KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office      (Phones)    Residence  886-2191 888-2131  ���   H. B. Gordon and Kennett  limited  REAL ESTATE  ft INSURANCE  Box 19 Gibsons. R.C.  /y..A'A Sign of Service** /  OPTOMETRIST;  -       ROY SCOTT  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY^THURSDAY ?  FOR APTOINirVD-NT - 886-2166  ���'.'���     C 9e S SALES    .:  For, all your heating  requirements  Agents.for ROCKGAS  PROPANE.-  Also  Oil  Installatibn  ,.    Free, estimate  Furftiturft  Phone 885-9713  ���  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  RICHTJBR'S RADIO ��� TV  '    AvmXRom* Fuhtfabiag*  1    jtfajor Appliances  Record -Bar  X4.I  Phone 885-977T   '.���&.;* BOWLINI  Once you have grasped the  teohxiique. of spot bowling, a  good aim becomes s&mp_y a  matter   of   knowing where to  place your ball for each, type  of shot, delivering the ball accurately and ��� mostfc important  ,��� following through properly.  If you have lined up the itair-  g!et pin correctly, then roll  your ball over the sighting  (dart exactly the same way each  time, you should .score exactly  ithe saime kind of hit each time.  This would make the game  very boring; You needn't  'Worry. It won't happen. Not  even the experts can throw exactly the same ball, in exactly  |the same way, with exactly the  same farce and same spin  every time.  No matter what method of  (aiming yfou use, the secret of  Controlling the ball and making   _t   go exactly wihere you  ml  Y_?**_i  pf:s?_fc..  ^  H  BEST QUALITY SHOES  Marine  Men'  LTD.  3 Wear  Ph. 886-2116 ���  Gibsons  SOME TIPS ON GOOD  TIMING  By Bert Garside and Jim Hoult  Chief  Bowling  Instructors  Double Diamond Advisory  Council  plan lies in timing and co-ordination.  If the ball isn't going where  you aimed ��� it, obviously you  are making some mistakes. Sit  dawin and figure out what the  error may be, then experiment  with ways to correct it. It's  brafcns, not brawn that makes  a good bowler.  If you do experiment ��� es-  iplbcially if you try ttanging  to a three or. four step approach���-. your score is almost  certain to fall off immiediateljy'.  This is natural. It shouldn't discourage you. Give yourselff  time to get the hang of the  new delivery, and when your  timing comes back you may  find your game has improved  sharply.  Because the secret of con-.  jtrol'Mng the ball lies in timing,  and co-ordinating the move-"  ���merits of your arms, legs and  body, this is the first place yiou  should look for trouble whlen  the ' ball starts developing a  mind of its own.  ' Watch for these timing  faults especially ��� or better  yet, get a team-mate of friend  to watch for them while you  are bowling:  Crossing your body with  your arm. The ball must be  kept close to your leg. Don't  let it wander outwards on the  toacksswing.  Palming the ball. The ball  should rest on the fingers, not  on the palm of the hand.  Not -enough follow through.  Your hand should reach straight  out for the target.  Standing at an angle to <the  -oul line. Your shoulders and  feet should be parallel to the  foul line.  Releasing the ball at the improper point. If released too  esoon, it drops too heavily. If  Released too late, it bounces.  Finishing too near or too far  from the foul line- ..  Taking your eyes off the target/-- -' "'  Too high a backswing may  be tipping yiou off balance.  Too short a backswing may  unbalance you because you are  "pushing" the ball forward to  its releasle point instead of letting it swing naturally.  Keeping your body too  /tense, or too tight a grip on the  ball.  If you feel you should be  bowling a faster ball* don't  just roll it, harder. Instead  hold , the ball higher at the  istart, give a stronger pushaway, take longer steps, nad follow through.  -..-::.To slow your hall down,  shorten your approach by taking a shorter first step, use less  pushaway. or cut ffdown your  Ibackswing a little....  - -' Above all, remember bowling is a game for fun. Keep it  fun. The only reason for (trying, to improve your score is so  that you. can have more fun.  . If you have any "special bowk  ing . probfenis, or questions  about the game, we wbuld like  /bo hear, from you. -Write us in  care of ..his newispaper.k-"  Next:    Straight ,' balls    and  .ipuryes.  ���.'-��_;���-''_,  trim, and beattd, pdnk face  black eyes, mouth, belt and  shoes. Nose and cap tassel can  be cut from plywood, but for  realistic; effect a red ball cut  in half is a good1 idea for both.  The only thing left to do is  (to attach a stand as detailed.  Nail a piece of 2x2 inch lumber up the back of thje figure  and aifctach stand to this. If Santa is to be nvtiunited on the roof,  cut the stand base to the correct angle for the ridge. To secure Santa to the roof, tie him  down with guy-wires to the  eaves.'  6    ' Coast News, Dec.  7, 1961.  STUFFING AND NO NONSENSE  Treat your Holiday Bird ��� be  it turkey, goose or chicken ���  to a succulent new ..dressing by  adding 2 tablespoons of Canadian Sherry per five cups of stuffing.  BARK   FOR  ORCHIDS  Orchid plants potted in granulated bark  shoot roots- down  . faster, bloom earlier  and  can  be' separated sooner than when  ^nourished in other soils. White  fir   bark    appears  to  promote  the most prolific growth.  atouno  Otite PANEL   H  FIK PLYWOOBy _���_.-  3'squorct  WHEN IN VANCOUVER BOOK AT YOUR  FAMILY HOTEL  *>__��**  MODERATE RATES  FREE PARKING  HOME OF FAMOUS  LOTUS GARDENS  ,   DINING ROOM  455 Abbott St., Van., B.C.  Near Sun Bldg. MU 1-9541  Gay Santa easily built  Put Santa Claus on the roof- .  top or lawn to Wave a flriendly ���,'.  tereieting this Christmas and ,  ���he'll; highlight the holiday spirit ''  of the house. Anyone can have  /this jolly celebrity as a focal  point of the yule display. ^  Elvery cut 'is a straight line |  /iand no trick at all! to follow on |  ithe pattern given. The whole |  (happy figure, can be sawn from 1  one 4x8 foot panel of fir ply- A  wood. Any thickness . of ply-1  wood Vs inch or thicker will do |  (the job. The fir plywood speci- |-  tfied here is obtainable from"|.  lany lumber dealer. It has wa- ]'  fcerproaf glue and is ideal ma- /  terial for making displays that /  will be outdoors in all weather. |  First step is to square ptff the *  plywood panfel with lines 3  inches apart. On this large %  graph draw the main outlines jS  of the parts as shown. To makef|  sawing easy, cut off the bottom ��  of the panel first, with afqutf  at X along he base of the main f  ifigune.      Y  A  cut   at Y down the left '���- i  hand side of the main figure  fs the only sawing job that re-  ' quires a bit of doing. One per?  . bon can get at it with two saw  horses aaid a plank angled  across theiri} to kneel, on.  To saw , out. and trim the  parts of the Santa is-simple  once the major outs are made.  Touch up the edges with a bit  of sandpaper, nail the parts together as detailed and the figure is ready for a biliight coat  of paint.  This fir plytwood Santa will  letand out . in winter weather  over the festive season for  _ \yars without damage to the  plywood. But to keep the paint  coat bright it is best to paint  the plywood edges and both  Sides -'with a liberal coat of  high-quality exterior primer  Use exterior enamel for finish  .coats...-.;, y..,. .4-4:1 Z'XZA'ly1'-  Wheh the ^primer isv'dry.  eketch on the belt, the trim on  cap and. coat, the beard, eyes  and mouth. Paint joining parts  separatelyY-���  red coat, white  Kinsmen Club of Gibsons  Present their annual:  lw Year's Eve Dance  School Hall  $6 per couple ��� DANCING MIDNIGHT to 4 a.m.  DOORS OPEN FOR BUFFET SUPPER at 10:30 p.m.  PRIZES ��� NOVELTIES k  FOUR SHARPS from the  COCONUT GROVE  and a SPECIAL attraction  TICKETS PROM ANY KINSMAN  Charlie at Gibsons Shell Service or Rons Shoe Repairing  DRAIHIE TRAVEL AGENCY LTD  840 Dunsm_tir St., Vancouver 1  Offers TWO EXTRAORDINARY  TOURS (19W) TO EUROPE  1. Lv^ Vancouver via sis. "ORSOVA" Apr. 27  Via Panama, Jamaica, Bermuda, Southampton  Lv. London via Jet Pflamie in July.  2. Lv..Vancouver, via Jfat to London June 30  Lv. Liverpool via the new Canadian Pacific  S.S."EMPR^S.O#CANADA" Aug. 14  Included in both are 30 day Tours  of Europe��� AH IndusiveY'  COMPLETE PRICE ��� $1350.00  A Book now ���- Writgr Jor Detailed FoldfeffS  ��� 'and lbberaifcure.  y...  Sarnie Night ������' Same Place ��� Same Time  G IAN  ,7  . ���_ - J '4.   f>"  GIBSONS SCHOOL HALL - & p.m. SHARP  GIANT JACKPOT WEEKLY  pptrijiftssfy  !  SUNSHINE COASTS WELFARE FUND "  ��_l  ���X': .X:*z ai_;. ���?���:?,.'���,- - ���  TO POST YOUR CHRISTMAS  MAIL FOR LOCAL DELIVERY  Po��toMt-bf-toiwn fallen time,  tooVThlayear^-sfciitf ft FIRST  CLASS MAJL: -.\%e\% prefer-  entlal; reil-cerpet- treatment  right m> to the front door.  Consult your Post Office  leaflet for malting deadlines.  Christmas'wishes mean  so much more when they  mrrlve���before Chflstmasl  Here's that man again . . . .  ..,'..'.���  Chris's  *0-*t83��  r:o   Mitiril';-  DOBLS ��� DOLL PRAMS ^ DOLt CLOTHES AND ACCESSORIES  IJO^  and everything else Santa needs for the; family  ;_^a��aa<i-^a_^soffl-3i^^  ...... .  c.\:...   >  '���< :,:"��� V .v.  Ever try Winter Wonderland Toasties?  A favorite snack with'youngsters and oldsters alike are Winter Wonderland Toasties. Spreid  confectioners'    sugar    icing   on  slices of hot toast. Cut into bite-  size strips, , and sprinkle each  ' with'cdcoanut. Brown lightly under low broiler heat, and serve  immediately. Yf;  ty Dress  up   a   mince  pie   from  your favorite bakery with Apple-/  sauce Meringue, and watch thpse;:  recipe   collectors!  tongues -wag!  Foldf*4 cup thicj^ sweetened applesauce and Yi teaspbdn ground  cinnamon into a 2-egg meringue  mixture. Spread over pie so that.  it touches the edges of the crust.  Bake immediately in a moderate  oven (350 F.) for 15 minutes, or  until lightly browned.  Bacon Stuffing Wraparounds  will garnish your meat or poultry .platter ��� and satisfy appetites too. Using left-over, bread  stuffing (which has been refrigerated for not longer than two  days after cooking), all you need  are- baconk strips .and minced  parsley. Place ��� V3 '"������ cup stuffing  on a slice of bacon, sprinkle with  parsley,; roll up and fasten with  toothpick.v Place bacon rolls on  baking; sheet, and bake in, a moderate oven (375 F;) for 15 minutest If i necessary,; bacon; may  be. crisped by placing rolls under the broiler for a few seconds. Serve hot, with sliced meat,  or turkey, or.fas; accompaniments  for  soup.      Y   ��� :-.y  PERKY HATS PEP PARTY  Christmasand New; Year parties aren't; only ;forv; the grown-:  ups.. .. they belong to the small  fry set too. Even family parties  ��� when 7the kiddies stay up  MUCH later than usual ��� will  hot be complete without gay lit-  lte hats to make the party a real  event to remember.  Here's a chance for your sewing machine to do unusual holiday stunts. Your local sewing  center experts .point outf that  crepe paper can; be as easily  stitched as cloth: It's Yfirfn  enough to be shaped;jntd pretty��� and perkyff���Y party hats, \  using some of ^he gay gift wrap:  tape left over from"-the Christmas wrapping for trim.,You don't  need a pattern -���the easy directions are simplefvto follow.: V  For a boy's hat,; cut a strip of  crepe paper 15" x 22" long. Fold  up 2}_" on one long edge, and  decorate, with two strins of sift  wrap tape }_" in from the edge.  Trim the opposite edge with another, strip of tape, and then cut  Al  tyl  ways in style  The traditional Christmas  wreath hung on the front door  ���will always be in style, for it  is one o_, the most widely used  symbols of Christmas hospitality. There e_re many new and  interesting ways to use wreaths'  Y6f varidus materials for your  front door, hut one of thre  most attractive is still the  simple wreath odP evergreen  boughs with a bright Christmas  red ribibon, hung on the center-  line of the door; about threte  quarters of the distance up.  The whole effect oan be enhanced greatljyi by mounting an  ���outdoor floodlight where it can  be. trained on, the doorway to  enhance its architectural lines.  9446  SIZES  36-48  f. Inf  ||I^����<vm11(^T^��  :��� Make a young, attractive appearance oh the holiday scene  in this slimming sheath with  soft, new collar; interest. Buttons are purely <Jecora_ive r��� a  ���back pleat eases ithe skirt for  walking.  Printed pattern 9446: Women's Sizes 36; 38, 40, 44i 46,  48. Size 36 takes 3% yards 39-  inch fabric.    ���.  Send FORTY CENTS (40c) in  coins (stamps cannot be accepted)   for   this .pattern.--/Please ���;:���';  print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER.  Send your order to MARIAN  MARTIN care of the Coast  News, Pattern Dept. 60 Front  St. West. Toronto.; Ont.  YOU'RE INVITED to a Fall-  Winter fashion  spectacular ���  see  100  styles to  sew  in our ���"  new Pattern Catalog. No {matter what size, you'll fin'*'!tj�� S'3'e A  into a coarse fringe 5^_" deep.  Stitch the .back seam oh your  sewing ih^hihe,Y using a long,  loose stitch: setting��� then gather, beneath I the; fringe and tape  together tightly.  f,The girl's fhat is different ���-  as all girls prefer: to have them  ��� using a strip of paper 15" x  22'' again. Fold up 2��_" on one  edge, and decorate, with strips of  pretty tape applied in criss-cross  pattern. Cut the opposite I side  into four printed petals 5" deep.  Stitch the; back seam as before,  then gather beneath- the petals  and tape it tightly. Bend the petals but and trim: 'with strips ofs  gift wrap tape.  iYour.little; imps will look like  happy: little /Christmas goblins in  these easy-to-sew hats ... and it  will he worth the minimum effort to see their sparkling eyesv  as they enjoy the party games .  which the the memories of happy  childhood.  Ever try combining Mince-  Meat and sour cream for a pie  topping or fruit pudding sauce?  use V_ cup prepared sour cream  for each y2 cup prepared mincemeat. Chill.mixture and serve on:  warm pie or hot pudding.  MINCEMEAT ROLLS  1 dozen soft dinner rolls  14 cup soft butter or margarine  Vi  cup   mincemeat   (or. cranberry relish. Y  YCut rolls in half, horizontallyk  Combine   butter and rnincemeat \ 1  (pr cranberry relish). Spread in-i  side of each roll with 2 teaspoons  of  the  mixture.' i Place  rolls  in,;  baking  pan,   and   cover top. of  pan tightly with aluminum foil.  Heat rolls in moderate oven (375  F.) for approximately  10 minutes. Serve warm. Y...  PARMESAN RYE TOASTIES  ��� ��� v    ., '���.-''������.'.     -     ' ��� ���, . ������������-.." >.'-$.  2 dozen thin slices rye bread p  4   tablespopns    finely    grated;;  Parmesan cheese 1 f. '  ,.f   4   tablespoons   soft   butter  or-  f;   : margarine- XZ Y'k-f.  Combine  soft butter and Par- Y  mesan  cheese ..Spread   mixturef  on each slice of-' bread, and ark .  range   slices .���.-oil   baking   sheet,;  with spread sides up.  Toast in  a hot oven (400 F) for 10 minutes, or until crisp. Serve hot or  cold:  ���  WOOD vs COAL  A cord of seasoned wood  will give as much heat as a ton  of coal. Wood leaves only 60  pounds of ash, whereas'a ton  of coal leaves 200 to 30O  pounds. Old trees and stunted,  Coast  News, Dec.  7, 1961.       7  deformed, diseased or injured  (trees should be cut for this  purpose^so that the forest may  be actually \ improved by the  fuel harvest, just as a garden is  improved by weeding.  TheT.961 "Christmas Seal was  ���designed toy ''.Mr.f Afljan Fuji-*  wara, a native of British Co-  lumibia. Alan was born in Vancouver where he attended elementary and high schools A  graduate of the Ontario 'College vpf Art, Allan has won several design scholarships and  awards., f  ESSO  outboard regular gas aviation 80/87  and diesel fuel  CALL 885-9500  Wharf west side of Porpoise Bay  Fresh water, docking and telephone facilities available.  Also free car parking on private ground  Just follow Wesi Porpoiste Bay road  and turn right at the sign reading  SECHELT AIR SERVICE  FRED SCHROEDER ��� Ph. Res. 885-2143  45 YEARS WITH B.C.E.  The man who sent out some  $5,000,000 a year in taxes to  cities and municipalities in the  B.C. Electric ^arvice area has  retired. He is Leonard Graham,  manager of BCE's plant records  department and a company em-  plo|ytete for 45.yeras.  *���  9  SEPTIC TANK SERVICE  Pomp Tank Truck now Operating  TANKS BUILT OR REPAIRED  DRAINAGE FIELDS INSTALLED  by ,, ,  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  TURKEYS and OTHER PRIZES  BINGO - FUN -GAMES  Hamburgers - Hot Dogs - Coffee  COUNTRY STOMFpRTH^  CANADIAN LEGION HALL  Gibsons  PROCEEDS FOR CHRISTMAS HAMPER FUND  taxi  They're buying oil energy for 6* a pound  yxj  4 h'4:  Six and one-tenth cents a pound. That's the average price motorists throughout British Columbia pay for Esso gasoline. Compared with other commodities  in everyday use,;ypu Won't find a better bargain. Milk, for example,-sells.,  on the average for 9^ cents a pound; soft drinks for 12-^ cents a pound; >  even distilled water costs more than gasoline. The Esso gasoline you buy today  * at a bargain price is much more powerful than it was ten years ago... yet on  y;   y ; "''���''' :.t: -j  the average Imperial gets less for it in B.C. than it did ten years ago. And of  the 6-V cents yotf pay for gasoline in B.C., two &!_&**- foroederal and  AyAAA-Z'A       ������'"    '   iX   ���   ,       .        ly.        4   '������">     :-4': . y   y Y   ,  ~     ';..$. OK..      ���"     '.    .  .  provincial taxes that bring you such things as social services and new  highways. Pound for pound, you Won't find a better bargain than Esso.  IMPERIAL OILXi^^  W'VV .�� WS.V JWk%>  k  ���> ���-. BOWLING  E & M BOWLADROME  (By   ED  CONNOR)  Team   high three^faridksingle;  for this week went to-the Pencil Pushers of the Men's League  with   3134   (1181).  League   Scores:  ������������Z-A'/-A  S.C.L.:   Team,  Family Bakery  2373 (911). J. Mullen 619, C. Winn  260,    W.    Butler , 611    (242),.   R.  Bruce 292,  H. Bracewell 325.  Gibsons B: Team, Gnomes  2608, Blowers 962. R. Taylor 761  (312, 265), M. Robertson 663  (271), B. Emerson 631 (268).  Merchants: Team, Pit Rats  2544 (1032): K. Austin 291, W.  Radlet 668 (276), W. Nimmo 673  (254), L. Campbell 634 (248), D.  Kendall 629.  Gibsons A: .Team, Midway 2886  (1092). K. Stewart 629 (256), A.  Robertson 623, R. Godfrey 692  (250), G. Connor 604 (250), H.  Thorburn 649 (288), J. Wilson 657  (256), G. Taylor 689 (283).  Ladies: Team, Legion 2245,  Gutter Snipes 872^ M. Holland  511, L. Slinn 513, G. Clarke 515,  G. Nasadyk. 529, L. Panasuk 522,  M. Carmichael 530y _J. Woods  579   (245).       k    //��� Y^Y   ;Y Y  Y-  Teachers Hi: Team, Blow Fives  2501 (910). Bud Reed 648 (245):  Commercials:; Team, Larks,  2827, Gibsons Shell 1074. W. Morrison 675 (246), J. Drummond  621, T. Connor 673 (290), E. Fish  er 695 (291), J. Davies 696 (267).  Port Mellon: Team, Jolly Rollers 2902 (959). A. Holden 603,  V. Swinney 629 (262), G. Connor  732 (274), A. Edmunds 722 (251,  267)>.,G. .Ednujtnds 626.  A'^^A&4^ChMn:- Team, Flint-  stones ������ 2609 (955)": Bronnie Wilson^ (304), G. Legh 625 (243),  W; Benson, 601.  Men's:-TeamY Pencil Pushers  3134 (1181): S. Ch'ristianson 602,  B. Campbell 684 (281), Bob Burnett 662 (325), E. Hume 745 (278,  284), J. White 625 (257), H. Jorgenson 639, R. Taylor 618, J.  Harrison 656 (253), J. Drummond 646 (286), E. Cartwright  637,   Sig   Rise   722   (265).  High School: Team, King Pins  1876 (761). Carolyn Gust 231, 225.  8       Coast News,  Dec.  7,  1961.  816 (293),. Ruth Flumerfelt 308,  Wilf Nestman 300, Frank. Newton  821 (300, 307), Jean Robinson 325'  Linda Carter 252. ���*.,-,  Sports Club: .Joan .Cunningham  704 (309), Jack Eldred 626, Dorothy Smith 262, Harriet Duffy 276.  Ball & Chain: Kay Mittlesteadt  592, Charlie Mittlesteadt 666,  Ron Whyte 292, Jack Fish 695,  Joey Fisher 300.  Juniors: Susan Read 297, Steve  Wheeler  511   (263,   248).  Pee Wees:_ Dianne Ono 190;  Wendy Bystedt 123, Ian Harris  319   (176).  Ten Pins: Orv Moscrip 560  (232), Sam MacKenzie 201.  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEY  (By  ORV MOSCRIP)  Bowlers in the Peninsula Commercial League bowled ho less  than eight 300 games Thursday  night. Frank Newton had a three  game total of 821, Ed Aldred  816 and yours truly managed a  915.     ";.':k";" 1"'' Ay": Z-Z "'  Other scores:        Y :���:*   f ���  Ladies: Harriet Duffy 727 (259,  272),    Mary   Flay   259,    Peggy  Doyle  25,0,YBrohriie  Wilson  281,  ; Iona Strachan 258, Roma Schutz  '256. ZZ 1" AAA.:  Bender: Agnes Fenn 700 (272),  Gorl_on Freeman,.' 789 (281).  Peninsula Commercial: May  Fleming 792 (265, 311), Orv Moscrip  915   (320,   329),  Ed   Aldred  WINS  DIAMOND  RING  Mr. R. Lemieux, Sechelt, was  the winner of the diamond ring  raffled by the C.W.L. of the Holy  Family Church in Sechelt. The  lucky ticket was drawn by Gordon August from a Box held "by  Mrs. Harold Nelson, Nov. 25 in  the Parish Hall.  Sechelt News  Several members of the afternoon and evening branches of the  W.A.   to>St:   Hilda's   -Anglican^  church ' attended   St.   Aftdrew^s  '���* Day   Communion  service  at   St;  Aidan's ..Church, Roberts.-^<_ree& s,  Rev.  Denis Harris and  Rev. C."  R. Harbofd officiated.  .   '. A' delightful lunch was served  * by the Roberts Creek W.A. The  newly married  members of   St.  ' Aidan's, the former Mrs. E. M.  . Hall   and   Mr.   L.   A.  Matthews  ' were   presented   with   beautiful  j gifts on behalf of members of the  JW.A.   and  congregation   by  Mr.  Harris. Mrs. D. Manns also spoke  "    Mr.   and Mrs. Matthews were  ^united   in   marriage   by   Canon  George Biddle of St. John's Anglican church, Victoria and were  ������>��� the first to be married in the new  A\y built church. The old church  ���J was destroyed by fire last year.  ���Mr. and Mrs. Matthews are pro-  .minent in church circles at Rob  erts Creek. Mr. Matthews assists parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Mos-  the organist at St. Aidan's.          " crip.               >  Mr. and Mrs. Michael Whita- Mr.   and Mrs.   Fred   Holland  ker and infant son of Vancouver were recent  guests  of Mr.  and  are   guestsy.o% Mrs.   Whitaker's Mrs. Olaf Korgan.  W  u  se our  Vf.  w  at  Convenient Layaway Plan  RENEE'S  for your Xmas Gifts  Complete line of  Nigfht Wieiar and Lingerie  Dresses ��� Skirts ��� Blouses  and Accessories  Gibsons ��� Phonfe 886-9941  t��ii&&&aidNM3^^  ��& jab-  BACKHOE & LOADER  WALT   NYGREN  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  Ph. 886-2350  Fri, Sat., Mon. 'h Pec. 8, 9 and 11  Clarke Gable & Vivian Leigh  GONE WITH THE WIND  Technicolor  Starts 7:30 pjm. ��� Out 11:15 'p.mk/Y A/: A  MATINEE SATURDAY  1:30 p.m. ���'.Out at 5:10.p.m....._...:..  Special Prices ��� Students and Adults $1���-Children 50c  GIBSONS, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-2092  WHOLESALE   &   RETAIL  corner of PRATT RD. & SECHELT HI-WAY  STORE HOURS ��� Open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.  A Closed on Mondays  White 3-piece bathroom set with taps   ........ $109.00  Colored 3-piece bathroom set with taps ........ $119.00  (We have the higher price sets too)  White enamel shower cabinets  $  49.50  We have full stock of Streamline copper pipe & fittings  CHEAPER THAN THE DEPARTMENTAL STORES  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, single hub   .............:... $  4.90  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, double hub     $   5.20  1/2"copper pipe, per foot.���-���-���          18��  1/2" copper elbow         10^ -.  tee 15��  Solder   .......   1 lb. $   1.45  SPECIAL ������ Double stainless steel sinks .���... $29.50  3" copper pipe, per foot  ...A... $  1.29  New Pembroke baths               ....:........ $55.00  New English china toilets with'seats     $31.90  No. 1 steel septic tanks (free'delivery)    ....... $48.50  4" No-Crode pipe, 8 feet long, per length  $   3.75  3y2" Perforated No-Crode pipe      $   2.35  New toilet seats .....;.......!.  $  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, clement  $73.00  Elko glass lined No. 30 double element ........ $83.00  No. 40 gloss lined double element  $89.00  USUAL GUARANTEE  Fibre glass laundry tubs for less than the big stores  You can buy the Cobra brand plastic pipe  cheaper from me  The new Beatty shallow or deep well pumps   $119  (Save 5 to 10 dollars)  4��  ���������������  <3*  KEN'S FOODLAND  ���������������  Pre-Christmas Sale  �� Brentwood Pears .=- 3 ��>. 49c! f^mato Soup  *&    ruxiicvrrD k* s      W~_.  4 for 49c 1  CHALLENGER  Sockeye Salmon % i��. tins   49c j f^Pcocktaii  MALKINS  I Choice Tomatoes 28 oz 2 for 49c 1 Rover Dog Food  15 oz. 2 for 49C  15 oz.      6 for 49C  MALKINS -  Pineapple  f-M-  15 oz.  Sliced ��� Crushed  "Chunks.   " ���  BETTER BUY  2^49cjpork& Beans  15 oz.  4  for  STAMFORDS > I  Tomato Catsup  2  for  49c I Sea Pak Shrimps  SALAD QUEEN  14 oz.  EACH  49c 5  49c I  I Mixed Nuts >A-.**-.49c Corn Niblets ��., 3^49c  _S    IHEINZ     .. I    i Tomato Juice is <��.    4 ^ 49c | Pacific Milk tall tins * *>r  I Toni Home Permanent Regular $_ ie8.4��* yo_ p_y $1.51  3 ^ 49c  i FRASER VALE  49c S Fish and Chips  49c  o  #��*��*  g   FRASER VALE  I French Fries 9,_.     3f��rm|N-n aim unp_       hdueach  I Grand Forks No. 1 Potatoes    10 lbs for 49c i  I Pork Butt Roislf or Steaks ^.  Relisting Chielens  Cleaned Weight A  GRADEM  TIIDWVV      eviserated  ll< lllVEilft   10 to 24 lbs.  4��  Smoked Cod Fillets  Ground Shoulder Steak  LEAN  GRADE  A  .mrr  <Sf  9 p.  m,  4��     ^tW!Q*^*mWKm^K.^*W  * Free Delivery * .     Ph0n_     Open Friday  I on Orders over $5   8862563   Nites till  | ORDER YOUR XMAS TURKEY NOW!  4fc

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