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 *-^vA'��-.^ -*-*Ml't  ~ ..*.����v.i r*.,*^*i*>*A.*^n*v*"'��*i*-i  V.:\ ���-,* -K.' Ll* af��*l��  i.c-o* Ull.'�����^'A.l��*,.  kL_*j��. |j*f iy/X  Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. ,-C��-..-...-:-���  GOLDEN CUP AWARD  Iirf^^-at^DANity^sl   ���%���.'?������* Cif^t IMyi  COFFEE HOUSE &  MOTEL        * �� M- i, *   ���     /.--, ''' '������" '"* 'A -"'-'Wi "A:'r - ���kV-���'  k      *n   �� ..,_      ,���   -���������.; ���  ���     - ���,_   ���������_..- #       ,       Published  in  Gibsons, B.C.      Volume 17, Number 40,  October 10, 1963.  Gibsons ��� Ph.  88Q-9815 ��� '  ....SERVING:. THE^SROWING. SUNSHINE   COAST-  7c per copy;  A COMPLETE LINE      .:  k    OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine  Men's Wear  k.-kkk     Ltd.  Ph, 886-5116 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  All-day  Hours of store closing again  came before -Gibsons-council at  the Tuesday night meeting in the;  Municipal HaHwheii a delegation  of some fweeksf ago re-appeared  to sep what could be done about  all day Monday closing for Giib-  sonsystpfes.    ' ���.XX"AAXAxA'-x/X:-  Coundil had previously asked  that the matter be left dyer until  after thef September convention  of the|Unionof B.C. Municipalities where it was expected the;  mattery would be discussed.. The  convention did not reach any  solid-ground on the problem owing to f there being no common  agreement. '-:k   ���'���������.'���'���  Council after discussion moved  to draw "up a new bylaw chang-  Xirig the,present Wednesday closing to Monday closing. The bylaw  would call   for ,a   half-day  closing only, the other half day  being entirely up to the merchant  who must close from 12:30 in the  noon hour-each Monday except  during July and August when the  bylaw is lifted for that period.  Accounts totalling $327.10 were  checked and ordered paid.  '.  -��� ���'  A motion* to approve Rockgas  company's application to build a  low tank installation where  the  Co-op store now stands.was passed with one dissenting,vote, Coun,  ciliof, Wes Hodgson -being opposeid  ; on the grounds fie .was against  furtherdesecration of thie beach  area. The   Rockgas  tank. Would  be filledfrom floating barges and  the tank would service all Rockgas facilities as far as Jervis In-  Jet.,-,., ��� ,.;.--:���   ./....:,.-,.;���.,     ���  .'The water problem of-the future was debated, and it was mov  ed that engineer Martin J. J.  Dayton who has a sewage survey  in hand also be asked to look  into the water situation on a short  term and.... oh a long term basis.  More water is needed as quickly  as it can be obtained owing to  normal growth in the municipality  A brief on municipal administration, presented by Councillor Hodgson was read and tab/J  for future reference. - ,In it Mr.  Hodgson' made various recommendations . which council will  have to consider, including an increase of municipal staff, daily  opening except Saturday of the  municipal office' and other facets  of  municipal   administration.  Clerk Jules Mainil reported that  for four years iri a row Gibsons  has had no tax sale because all  taxes have been paid up.  i toX6Kr&  \ *You7ll get a kick out of this,  \ Doc. I think I left my plum .  X  under your hoodr  Thekriewly formed Sunnycrest  Saddle. Club, which has developed  with ^enthusiastic respdnsey- met  for itsyfifth consecutive gathering  at ftheyEnglish's, one-half mile  west|pf.;the cemetery on the Sun-  shinekOpast Highway, Sunday,;  Oct. 6.i;'An exciting afternoon was  spentyiri|the .^.schooling of members Jandf their mounts in precision drill ffor; future participation  in public parades, along, with var.  ious games and jumping.  Members travel each week,  many miles to bring their horses  to the gathering. Among those  present were: from Roberts  Creek area, Linda Solnik on Papoose, Sylvia Hughes on Trigger; ���  Maureen Paquette on Flicka,  Debbie Marsh on Tex and some  from Gibsons area included Mrs.-  1 .....  - " i  Deaconess  starts schooling  Jean Lauer on Goldie, Steve  Price ori Star and Mr. Charlie  English on. Connie-Bird. >  Mr. Norman Hough with his invaluable knowledge of drill exercises and 'dressage instructed  the riders and their mounts. vMrs.  Jean Lauer is head of the com'  mittee preparing for a Gymkhana  planned for the coming season.  Trail rides are also planned for  next summer.  The members are ineeting, wea.  ther permitting, every Sunday  afternoon from 1:30 to 4 p.m.  and regardless of bad weather  through the winter months, regular bulletins will be passed on  . to members keeping t hem  abreast of training methods for  themselves and their mounts.  Any horse lovers anywhere on  the Sechelt Peninsula interested  in becoming members should contact Mrs. Jean Jorgenson, the  secretary of the club at "886-2692.  Water project approved  ��� Word has been received by the  South Pender Harbour Water  district that .its winter water  "works project has been*- approv-  ~ ed by the "officials in Victoria  and sent oh to officials administering the federal' government-  Municipal Development and  Loan act scheme. rV.f  This was apnouftceU? by/, tcus-  ~ie<^ft?Wif��fr6p*8ea 'water?tsy_^  tehi   for 'theJPertder   Harbour  area who also report there are  is sneaker  The October' ~. thank ~ offering  meeting of the Gibsons United  Church Women was held on Oct. 3  After an enjoyable ��� pot-luck  luncheon aa interesting talk was  given by Miss Henrietta Campbell, United Church deaconess  now ministering in the Roberts  Creek to Pender Harbour area.  She spoke of the changes' she has  seen over the years and of the  work she is doing in this area.  The proceeds from the Thank-  offering envelopes which totalled  $54.60 will be donated to the-Freedom from Hunger campaign.  Gibsoris United Church Thanksgiving service will be held Oct.  13 and all members are asked to  meet at 2 p.m. Sat,, Oct. 12 to  decorate the church! Any  donations of flowers, fruit and vege-     l_||4t    |_        "   ���  tables will be gratefully accept-     |*|IIB    HA API II Of  ed and all produce will be taken     ���   WV    llylllllK  to St. Mary's Hospital. There will w  be  a Christmas bazaar Nov. 15.     ______%%_/______%__��    __f___-_tP  165 water using prospects tied  in with signed contracts and  connection fees paid. The trustees also report having approximately $12,000 in* the bank as a  result of having ~ fees paid in advance.  It is expected that if the project is approved and comes un-  ^djji^ythe^ federal Municipal..De-  ^~v��iopffl(E^^aftd^,Ii<��nr>��ae^4tr.wm>  be to 'the1 greater advantage of  water users as regards costs.  Scouts at Forestry camp  At 8 p.m., Sat., Sept. 28 some  23 Boy Scouts of the 1st Gibsons  .Troop assembled at Langdale  Ferry Terminal for a trip to the  Evans Lake Forestry Training  camp.       <���*.-. '  They crossed tb Horseshoey  Bay on the Langdale Queen and  were met by a bits with some  boys from Vancouver area ? air  ready on board. After a stopf at  a lookout point along the highway, the bus travelled- through  Mrs. J. Hansen  A delegation of members of the  Ladies Auxiliary to Canadian Legion, Sechelt, attended the last  rites held for Janet Hansen (Net.  tie), wife of Louis P. Hansen who  died Sept. 28. She was an active  member of the auxiliary.  She leaves her husband L. P.  Hansen, son Neils, and one daughter, Mrs. Harold Nelson in Sechelt and another daughter Mrs.  R. S. Marshall( Janet) of Richmond, also 11 grandchildren.  There are three brothers, David  Thomson of New Mexico, also  William and James Thomson of  Vancouver; two sisters, Mrs. W.  Westwood and Mrs. E. Mellis ot  Vancouver. In lieu of flowers, donations were asked for the auxiliary of St. Mary's Hospital society i Sechelt.  An open meeting  After a brief general meeting  at 8 p.m. on Oct. 15, Selma Park  Coihmunity Centre will hear  Daphne Miller, a representative,  of the Canadian .Arthritis'"���': and  Rheumatism Socie t y, better  known as CARS. This talk will be  illustrated with slides and should  be of interest to many; people.  This meeting will be an -open  night at Selma Park's Community  Hall and any interested person  whether in or outside Selma Park  will be welcome. The Community  dentre: hopes to obtalih other  speakers from yaripiis .walks pf  life for future meetings. ���  About 40.' persons attended a  Public Utilities Commission hearing on a water supply for resK  dents of the lower end of Pratt  Road Saturday afternoon in Gib-  sons village municipal office.  H. F. Angus, chairman of the  PUC heard the village case and  that of the Pratt road residents.  There were seven PUC members  present along with all five members of Gibsons council under  chairmanship of A. E. Ritchey.  The remainder were;persons involved directly or indirectly.  No decision-was made by the  PUC. Evidence gathered-will be-  examined and a ruling delivered  shortly to all parties concerned.  WI meeting  Miss Daphne Miller of the Can.  adian. Arthritis and Rheumatism  Society will address the next  meeting of the Howe Sound Women's Institute at the cottage on  Oct-15. k  y She will also show slides pertaining to ihe work of C.A.R.S.  The public- is cordially invited to  attend at 2:30. The business meeting of the W.I. will be at 2 p.m  ; Squamish then to  Evans Lake.  '   On arrival the.party was split  into different groups and these  groups  took  turns   at  going  to  lectures, on trees and how-they  grow,     how    to identify trees,  weather instruments and how to  use    them.     There was also a  demonstration on how to use a  ���compass, a; chain and an Abney  "level for timber'surveys.  .    We   had  time  out for  lunch,  .thenfa"������;filrii on reforestation by  man arid by nature/ Afterwards  ���we had some time for a volley-  ball game which ended in a tie.  A talk on forest fire prevention by the Senior Forest  Warden ended the day at the  camp at about 4 p.m. We then  boarded the bus and headed  back to Horseshoe Bay and arrived home around 6 p.m.  On behalf of "the Scouts in the  Troup, I would like to thank Mr.  D. Hauka of the Kiwanis Club  and our Troop leaders Mr. Raynor and Mr. Barendregt our escorts on the trip, and all of the  members of the Kiwanis Club  for making the trip possible.  Gordon Hauka, 1st Gibsons Boy  Scout Troop.  Area library  board sought  Gibsons Public Library was  honored by the official visit of  ' Miss Rose Vainstein, director of  the public libraries research study' of UBC, Vancouver, accompanied by Dr. Ronald Hagler.  fhe meeting. took place Saturday morning, Oct. 5, in Gusons  Library, where members of the  lib-rary beard, headed by Mr. T.  R.f Adams, met the visitors and  haid an informative and interesting discussion. Miss Vainstein is  visiting library associations  throughput the province, studying  their progress and giving help in  solving minor problems. Many  points were discussed and clarified  After a drive through fthe aTea  of Gibsons, lunch was served at  Danny's Dining Room, where later the representatives of Elphinstone Secondary School and the  village commission were invited  to meet the visitors. A lively discussion followed. Mr. T. R. Ad-  ams suggested the formation of  a district library area be investigated. This would be an area'  say from Squamish to Powell River for administration purposes.  -'On invitation of,Mr. W. S. Pot-  t^^n^aK^-EiphiBstorie-Secsr  ondary\ School, a visit was made  to the school library. Miss Vainstein and Dr. Hagler then left  for Port Mellon where they were  being awaited by Mrs. William  Booth and their library board  members for a similar meeting  at the Port Mellon library.  Before leaving Miss Vainstein  expressed her thanks for a pleas- .  arit visit; saying that the library  was imaking good progress. She  was especially interested in the  , children's Story Hour which has  been operating, inf the library for  the past seven years and which  re-opens on Saturday . morning.  Oct. .12. A formal report will "be  received later from the Public  Library    Research    organization  Map-makers of the British Columbia coastline have been warned by Gibsons and District Chamber of fCommerce "ttfat Gibsoris is  a big enough Village ami will not  be trifled with.-  -   - *"  Recent maps published by top-  level organizations have omitted  Gibsons while giving Langdale,  Hopkins Landing and Halfmoon  Bay mention. Chamber of Commerce members have expressed  themselves on the matter and the  chamber secretary, Ron Whiting,  has written two letters, one to a  federal government minister and  the other to the British American  Oil Companjy- k  Here is the letter to the federal  minister, Hon. Mitchell Sharp, under whom the Canadian Government Travel bureau comes:  Honoraible sir: Our Chamber of  Commerce feels that Gibsons has.  perhaps been slighted by the Canadian Government Travel bureau  inasmuch as our village is not  shown on the CGTB 1963 map.  Gibsons with an estimated pop.  ulation of 1150, is the. largest village on the southern half of Highway 101. We are inore^than double the size of Sechelt, many  times the size of Port Mellon,  Langdale and Halfmoon Bay. Gibsons is the leading village in  terms of professional and service  facilities.  It might also be in order to  state that our Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest (if not  the largest) contributors to the-  Sunshine Coast Tourist association, part of the tourist promotion pyramid.       ,  We would appreciate a listing:  on the 1964 CGTB map. Respectfully yours, R; Whiting.  "this is- the letter sent to the:  area manager of the British American Oil Ltd., advertising department in Victoria: X       .<.-  As part of your advertising;  plan to encourage, travel by;;car  in B.C. you are periodically publishing a full page advertisement  ��� a B.C. map. We too.are interested in travel and tourism and  congratulate you for. your efforts.  However as far as our seefciom  of the map. is concerned, it is.  wrong. We would like to point  out that Langdale is in the wrong:  place. It" is a ferry terminal only,  north of Hopkins Landing. Gibsons, the major village on the-  southern half of Highway 101-is.-  not shown at all.  Gibsons with a population of  1150 leads in population by far  and is the only village with almost full professional and service facilities. .We are the fast- .  est growing in terms of new-  homes, telephones, hydro power  Our chamber is one of the major  contributors to the Sunshine:  Coast Tourist association for the?  whole area, Pert Mellon to Lund-  We would appreciate a' listing--  on the map in future editions.  Sincerely, Ron Whiting.  ELEMENTARY TEACHERS'  The *board of school trustees bf  SecM^It school district has arranged for the elementary schools  . 'to be closed on Friday, Oct. 11  in . -order that o the , elementary  teachers can take part in a work-  'Sh(^^^ek9Bexd_^  Local arrangement^ are f being  made by the district superintendent Pf schools, Mr. Gf. W. Johnson and "byfM. ��� JJ Bojan, acting  on oehalf of the gechelt District  Teachers association."  The workshop will take place  t>n Friday, Oct. 11 in the activity  room of Gleneagles school, Horseshoe Ray, starting at 9 a.m.  The workshop will deal with  fhe teaching of arithmetic concepts that are contained in the  new courses recently introduce .1  in British Columbia schools. Most  school districts in the province  -will participate in similar workshops. The department of educa  tion   and   the British   Columbia-  Teachers   federation rrgnr-^  *V.s  series  of workshops  as  another-* *y  phase of the extensive in-services yf  '���'���'' education program in mathema���-;  '��������� tics, f which y began A iri  af: j ointly-*  t^si^jnsored. conference; inf Vancouk n  ": ver iri fAprilfl962..k       "    xl ':""'"A.'  ..    The workshop will be conducted  'by Mrs. Irene Richmond, educa-  -.  tional consultant for W. J. Gage ..  Limited. Mrs. Richmond is a former Alberta teacher and principal. She also served as a supervisor in the Peace River district  of Alberta. Since joining the W.  J. Gage staff in 1958 Mrs.. Rich- ;  nond has   conducted, workshops~- X  for teachers iny^ost provinces of  Canada. During the past twp summers she  has worked with   the -  British Columbia Teachers federation in   providing  courses   for ���  teachers   at   the   University   of  British Coluriibia and at Victoria.  Pie night   - The -Squarenaders -Dance club  will have a Thanksgiving Pie  Night dance on Oct. 12, starting  at 8:30 p.m. at Hopkins Hall. This  should prove to be an hilarious  evening.  The club has. arranged for a  Round Dance workshop starting  on Oct. 19 with Harry and Franky  Somerville as teachers. Everyone  interested in learning round dancing, including non-Squarenaders,  is welcome to these classos. Everyone, will be informed as to the  dates of these classes, which will,  be'held once a month.  Come   along,   square   dancers>  and  kick up your heels at the  Saturday night dances.  SOCCER  (By GOALIE)  After, the league games played  on ...Sunday, Oct. 6 the league  standings remain basically the  same..;Gibsons Merchants did not  allow Port Mellon's one goal win  at Sechelt to riiove the latter.team  into a icPnvincing leid.-  Nextf" Sunday's game at Port  Mellpn looks like a battle of one  tearii's^lefence agaiirist the Mer-  chants'-fdttack.  Results'of league play last Sunday were as. follows:  Sechelt Res. School 0, Port  Mellon "I. f.      ;"' *;  Roberts Creek 2, Gibsons Merchants 6. *  Sechelt Legion 0, Sechelt Warriors 1.  The following games are scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 13:  Gibsons Utd vs. Roberts Creek.  Port Mellon vs. Gibsons Merchants. ��� ���    ' f. .  Cechelt Warriors vs. Sechelt  Res. SchccI;  A night for COOKS  Final preparations are in hand  for the Cooking School and demonstration to be held at Pender  Harbour High School Auditorium  on Friday, Oct. 25, at 8 p.m.  The event is sponsored by Pen-  'der Harbour and Halfmoon Bay  auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital  in co-operation with B.C. Hydro  and local electrical dealers.  The theme. In Tune with the  Times, -win be used by Miss Miller, a leading home economist,  \vhen she uses latest cooking me-.  fhods and electrical equipment in  Tier demonstration. She will also  show interesting slides on modern  freezing methods and how to use  frozen foods.  Tickets are available from  members of the auxiliaries, or  from local merchants, at $1 each.  Each ticket entitles the holder to  participate m the draw for a fully  modern   electric  range. For  those attending other valuable"  prizes will be offered, togetftexr  with the food used during the demonstration.  Proceeds of the cooking school"  will be used to defray cost, of replacing a ramp at   the hospital  with   steps,  as  required by the ���  fire marshall; also the cost of a-.  generator shed already built, and*  other items for the  comfort   of.'  patients.  GARGRAVE ON  JOB  After a short rest Tony Gargrave MLA-elect is back on the  job. Mr. Gargrave spent election:  day at Powell River and then  visited his brother Herbert Gargrave at Chamainus on Vancouver Island where Herbert Gargrave is recovering from a short  illness. Tony Gargrave will continue to practice law at Gibsons*  every Monday.  iVetf? phonebooks coming  GOING TO CONGO  . Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. Leschied,  UBC '63, appojinjeesf of the Africa  Inland Mission -will be speaking  at Calvary Baptist Church, the  old United Church i building, on  SundayrOct; 13 atf 9:45 a.mi Sunday School and at the evening  sersiqe at 7:30 p.m. .All are welcome. ', '  BEACH PARTY  On Sat., Sept. 28 members of  the 1st Gibsons Girl Guide Co.  enjoyed a beach party at the  home of Mrs. V. Dingwall, Granthams. Some of the braver ones  went in swimming, as it was a  beautiful day. Plenty of hotdogs  were consumed and everyone had  a lot offun.  TEACHERS  MEET  Sechelt school district teachers  and members of the school  board attended a smorgasbord  Friday night at Danny's Dining  room where those from outlying-  area met with all other teachers  in the district. This annual get-  together introduces the new  tenchcrs, and members of the  school board.  MAGISTRATE RE-ELECTED  Magistrate Andrew Johnston  of Sechelt has . been re-elected  president of the.B.C. Society of  Notaries Public.' His re-ele'ction  occured at the 38th annual meeting of the society in New, Westminster.- ':"X������'������"���'' ������';���������  Mail delivery of approximately  43(H) new Howe Sound arid Sechelt  Peninsula telephone directories  win begin about Oct. 24, according to officials of B.C Telephone  Company's Tftufl. Shore District.  The new books become effective  at 12:01 a-m. JFii. Nov. 1.  Listed in fhe 1963 directories  will be the numbers of Squamish,  Britannia Beac-x. Woodfibre, Bowen Island, G-bsons, Sechelt, Pen-  ner Harbour, Ptort Mellon, Pemberton, Lasqoefi Island, Gambier  Island and ton stations.   .  This win be the first appearance of Woodfibre listings, other  than listings of public paysfations  in tihe .regu-zr Howe Soond-Se-  chelt Peninsula directory. Approximately 180 Woodfibre residents received dial telephone service for the first time following  the installation in June of a locar  telephone exchange system.  The new directory will also  contain for the first time the-  street addresses of Squamish and'  Gibsons subscribers who reside  within their respective villages.  Covers of all B.C. Telephone  Company 1963 directories pay tribute to one of the greatest engineering achievements in Nortft-  America, with a full-color reproduction of a photograph of the  Ropers Pass Glacier National'  Park section of the Trans-Canada?  Highway. Coast News,   Oct.  10,   1963  Tfie Vhaeen Audience  <&\it ��oast M^tUS  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher     Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  P.O. Box 280, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second class mail for pay-  lent of postage in cash. Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Community  ewspapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $L75 for six months. United  fates and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Map-makers beware!  f  Map-makers, particularly those who strive to depict the Sunshine  Coast, had better pull up their socks. Gibsons and District Chamber  of Commerce will see that they do pull them up and see that they  remain so.  Why? Well, two maps have appeared recently, one a federal government map and the other used by an oil company in a full page  Vancouver advertisement which failed to show the location of Gibsons, even by remote suggestion. The Canadan Government Travel  bureau map, in color and replete with plenty of general information  is an excellent reproduction, except for the omission ."of Gibsons.  The Chamber; of Commerce has written to 'the Hon. Mitchell  Sharp, minister in charge* of the travel bureau, informing him Gibsons  is by far the largest centre in the area with professional and service  facilities, the best in the area. Not only does it lead in that field but  it has the largest population in a 72 mile area of coastline. The oil  company which published a full page map has also been informed by  the chamber that the omission of Gibsons is unpardonable.  All of the above should not cause anyone to be wrathful because  Gibsons has been slighted in this manner. One should remember that  in the years gone by this area became associated with the name Sechelt. There were boat trips to Sechelt and the area motor transportation company is known as SMT or Sechelt Motor Transport. Even our  supposedly educated news facilities tie anything that happens in this  area, into the name Sechelt. k  However Gibsonites can afford to smile when they hear everything in the area referred to as being on Secheit Peninsula. In spite of  the general use of the Sechelt aura, Gibsons can remain calm and  look at its fine homes built and under construction, the steadily increasing population and the general growth of commercial productivity, regardless of whether the village is on or off maps.  The existence of Gibsons is an undeniable fact and it must be a  pleasant surprise to visitors who discover there is such a delightful  place as Gibsons in which to live.  This does not mean Sechelt must take a back seat to Gibsons.  Sechelt in its own right has its own past, which more people know  of than they do of Gibsons. Each area has its own image in the public mind. So far Gibsons has had geographic weight in its favor, an.  excellent harbor, which map-makers must not overlook.  The surest road?  Pentagon naval officials in Washington are no doubt in a lather  about the results of a survey which the navy itself commissioned. The  survey was designed to measure the relative cost efficiency of government-owned naval shipyards and their counterparts in private industry.  While finding that private shipyards are the more efficient surprised no one very greatly, the magnitude of the existing cost differences did. The study has indicated that private yards enjoy a cost  difrerential of 33% on newy naval construction, 9.2% on conversion and  20.8% on repair work.  These are performance figures which members of that school of  economic thought which holds that state ownership is the surest road  to greater efficiency would do well to note.  The Davis Ottawa Diary  By JACK DAVIS. M.P.  Coast-Capilano Constituency  By a dexterous juggling of  price supports and consumer  subsidies, Ottawa has managed  to bring butter production and  consumption more or less into  line one with the other.  But what is to be done with  the 200 million pounds of surplus butter now crammed into  100 or more warehouses across  Canada?  This slippery monument to political expediency would cover  a football field to a depth of 54  feet. Placed end to end in one-  pound packs, it would stretch  five times back and forth across  Canada; a distance of 15,776  miles in all.  Storing this $100 million mountain of butter costs us taxpayers  about $5 million a year, yet we  can't sell it. We can't even give  it away.  Producers in other countries  are able to supply world demands at a price far below ours.  Even with a 12c per lb. subsidy,  Canadian butter wholesales at  52c This is still 12c above the  going world price of 40c a pound.  If Ottawa felt like paying the  difference ��� which it doesn't ���  and Canadian butter did begin  to move into export markets, it  would attract open hostility from  New Zealand, Australia and Denmark, the leading buttter makers. Charges of dumping would  be made. And Ottawa would be  in deep trouble with the international trading community. If  we dumped butter, others might  dump wheat.  Giveaways won't do either.  The countries which could qualify for foreign aid don't want  butte_ It is a luxury and a little bulter oil is all we might  coax them to take.  The' realities of political- life  make it plain that the butter  subsidy won't disappear all at  once. But definite steps should  soon be taken in this direction.  Agriculture Minister Harry  Hays must cut production and  stop the flow of r.ew butter into  the warehouses. In other words  the bribe price of 64c will have  to be reduced. Cut a few cents  at a time it could eventually  mean that the government's role  was reduced to that of stabilizing the market for butter.  Meanwhile most Canadians  will have to go on spreading and  eating butter. There's no other  way out.  The almost silent Spriri;  "Air A.- J. C.  When Rachel Carson's book,  The Silent Spring came out last  year some of the early reviewers were puzzled by the title,  they being probably more accustomed to city noises- than to  the spring song of birch.  I could have enlightened them  here where there was much less  calling back and forth and  spring sounds of birds than  usual. One could not live so  many years surrounded by his  own woods: without becoming  well acquainted with all his  neighbors whether they wear fur,  hair or feathers and whether  they come- and go with the seasons Or belong to:my���.pwrt group  ���the ."livyeres.'' .  /_fy XX  Summing up . now thaty fthe  more active season is over, and  only a few- birds of passage are  seen once: in a while -r- withf .'the'  geese\not yek heard :from 7 but  expected;soon;.���'''.-.one can recall  outstanding: differences as'compared with many previous years.  The return of species that nest ���  with us is so regular and coincides so closely with other features of spring that one notes it  almost automatically.  For instance, w;ien the elder  opens its creamy flowers with  the pungent odor, the white-  crowned sparrows will be seen  flitting about them, though seldom before. They were on time  this year but; where they have  always arrived in large flocks  I could count all I saw ��� or.  heard ��� this year, their call being quite, distinctive, on my two  hands. That was most unusual  but there was a more striking  shortage; a small bird that  wears a rusty red patch on its  head and is named in books as  the Western Chipping-Sparrow,  Rusty to me and in the past  well represented, failed to appear until so late that I gave  up expecting him until finally  one only arrived. '.  That was grimly significant  in view of Miss Carson's description of the deadly power of  sprays now in use. And there  was worse; as though to drive  the lesson home, a newly-arrived summer visitor- dropoed  dead-almost at my feet. As first  seen, it was hovering a little  way above ground with wings  beating rapidly in a struggle to  keep airborne and with its last.'  strength for it dropped like a  stone and was dead when I picked it. up- a moment later, /������'$       f  Its'" crop was empty andf its  body nothing' but skin, bone and .  feathers. It was an Olive-backed, v  Thrush, a bird that winters in  Central America and comes  north to nest. Its diet is insects  with berries in season and this��� ���  Gems of Thought  ���-'A'.. .POWER      ���/:    x:\  Everyone loves power, even if  they do not know what to do  with it.���Benjamin Disraeli  The central fact of the Bible  is the superiority. of spiritual  over physical power. ��� Mary  Baker Eddy  It is not possible to found a  lasting power upon injustice,  perjury, an<J treachery.  v"       ���Demosthenes  Power acquired by guilt has  seldom been directed to any  good end or useful purpose.  ���Tacitus  Tm making sure your take*  home pay gets homer  the only one of its kind that T  saw this year ���-died in mid  May..- f . '���,     .-'..'���, k.  '/'::.-. ���!������  No insectivorous bird need be  hungry at that time���not around  my garden! Of ants alone I  could have found four kinds and  all in swarming' abundance ' ���  they, all but turn me out of my  cabin. But a poisoned bird can- ���  not eat; in flying northward that  bird and all those who failed to  report last spring passed over  hundreds of miles of cultivated  couritry where the motto.is Let  us spray and they picked up  their death when they" came to  earth to rest and feed, or even  drink, for the water is now deadly too in many places. There  seems to be no other explanation.  Furthermore of all the nests  I peepgd into, and I am Peeping Tom himself, in. regard to a  birdsnest, only one had a full  house, the others contained one  chick, rarely two, with dead  'eggs in each case. As the writer  referred to says the chemicals  affect the organs of reproduction. In spraying to kill insects  we kill the birds that would  have eaten the insects��� which  goes some what deeper than  sentimental considerations about  birds.   /  A recent issue of an influential periodical published in the  United States carries ari article  belittling Miss Carson's book,  undermining her conclusions and  in general trying to offset the  great effect it has had on the  public mind. There have been  others, there will be more and  they all have, or will have the  same significance in showing  how truly Miss Carson struck  home and how hard she struck  ��� perhaps  to the  solar.plexus  of the almost almighty chemical  interests. k "r.  But pen and press arid proof  are to be reckoned with today.  It is not a book to be read for  pleasure but as a duty,: for until  people; in sufficient numbers are  fully aware pr the deadly menace ofi-ttes'-'-latest, trend there  will be no correction.      : v  N. Richard McKibbin  INSURANCE  PHONE  886-2062 GIBSONS, B.C.  A  PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE  PJ F  RBO  BE SAFE  IT COSTS NO MORE  Physicians warn about the dangers of unwise  self-medication. Many well known "advertised  medicines can be harmful if taken improperly.  Why should you ever get any of them from any-  one but a pharmacist?  For, we pharmacists know how to" protect you  from harm. We have -studied how to practice  pharmacy. If necessary, we may refuse to I sell  you some product and advise a physician.  Your doctor can phone us when you need a  medicine. We will constantly .endeavor to keep  abreast of the expanding activities in the field  of pharmacy ��� in this era of great change. We  pledge at all times to be in the position to offer the finest of pharmaceutical services.  KRUSE DRUG ST dRES Ltd.  Rae W. Kruse r  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2023 885-2134  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists  y  la this trip  really necessary?  There and back���  still no decision!  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Road. Building  FREE -ESTIMATES     -  Phone 886-2357  Coast News,   Oct.  10,  1963.        3  ALASKAN POPULATION  Alaska, with an area one-third  that of Canada's northern territories, .. has a_ population of  about 200,000, more than five  times that of the Yukon and  Northwest Territories combined.  FRANK   E.   DECKER,   d.o.s.  -��� ��� -���:* '���''/optometrist};a*.  For Appointment  S86-2166  Every Wednesday  Bal Block  ,   Gibsons  v;A-.    -?*>������  s^ALAi *��?..&:  ?  -'���Kv  i.i 11     ^  AN OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST  IN YOUR COMMUNITY'S WELFARE AND GROWTH  $235,000  -SUNSHINE COAST HOSPITAL  IMPRpyCMEMT DISTRICT. No, Jli   .:.,,...  ���o''��. * i *.��>-���"*������ *'t  Wi%  Serial Debentures  A" ".:. XA.tA'  ^ue'Jjulj/ 2, ia74ftpkl^SSf, "..*' A   ;��� yk  A.x'X A'AxAi   Aa.'^ ?��� ^x]X- $prfi"  :V.'^--;>;k  . -���  \ ."  Principal.and interest*-unconditionally -'-���  guaranteed by the Province of  ���'.������������ ..'ZaxA.   .^;K*k:"British 7Cdiumhia AA"A'-  X-X"A"A  ���   ���    : *\,. ,,-jtir -  We offer these serial debentures as principals,  subject to prior sale "arid charige iri price.  COUPON     ^JWATiDfRltY:      APPROX.'PRICE     '"* TO YIELDX  V/2% .     1974-W83       , ,      _     101. i;  ^ ;    r.    .     5.37%     ;  -   ...   k^plus: accrued. ;inter��st)v> k.kkk:=.;-  ......       .   Delivery: on dry about Noveriiber 1st; 1963   -  '        Denominations ��� $1,000 only.  for application forms, write to -  COMMONWEALTH TRUST COMPANY  562 BURRARD STREET  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  1567 PANDOSY STREET  KELOWNA  1647 - 3rd AVENUE  PRINCE GEORGE  fie World's Most Widely Used  V Devotional Guide  ��TMEUPP��EO��ftVHA-HVIUAT��?iHJ55t-  Read Matthew 25:14-30    *  "Well done,  good *and faithful  servant;  you have been faithful  ' over a little, I will set you over  ... much."  (Matthew 25:21 RSV.)  'A'few years ago, the Canadian  government returned the '"Polish  treasures" to the' Polish g'overn-  ��� ment and - people.-  During World  War n,  these treasures :valued  .   at millions of dollars' had been  secretly  carried fout pf.;'Poland  for!? gatekeeping^ ^fter^^ijger-  oiis  voyage  they;' werejf brought  : to-Canada and stored" irikaygov-  ���'���'ernhierit". building in Ottawa':'  '. ������"%hen-k" they    hadv. lain fifteen  ������[years   i.nythe  vault, fan "/expert  wais ,asked ftp' examine tliieriil :He  found' they, were being'damaged  ...simply by lying'in ...the vault, lt  was: felt' that th^y should .b'e-'re-  stored to use for the people who  ; 'prized theiiifmost ���'-���_ the  Polish  people.' -   ���        ���. , ���;.   '      ...'',  .It. is not uricoirimon for people  ., to hide' tjheir,treasures-and'-neg-  .. lect using their talents. But .-talents    and''treasures are-given  that they "may be used^ We are  " under*obligation* to' contribute to  the weil:being\.of our���;>world, for  the cbhjiribrv'good, arid for  the  glory of:Go'd.'" ''"  Prayer k'O kGjb=a,->Qur.: Father  and our. Ffiend,���:iii -gratijude we  praise Thee because Thou didst  invest .sol. generously, on four be- **  half. Thou didst not withhold  Thine. own Son but freely gave  Him up to the death for us all.  'We'thank Thee that by grace we  are heirs of that investment. Direct us in Thy service, for Jesus'  sake.  Amen!  Did ypu,know--?  Canada!s. .-first L- television station was opened iri Montreal in  1952; the. first, radio station in  Canada was opened in the same  city in 1918.- , .  Of Canada's 13 Prime Ministers, : three were: born in the United Kingdom, one iriyNew Brunswick, arid tlu*ee reach in Nova  Scotia,  Quebec and Ontario.  .   VERSATILE... BILL: WALKER  ; adds, a new..facets to a ��� many-  ,' sided career ��� when' he becomes  'moderator this /season of CBC-  TV's panel** show, Flashback. In  ithe past.year, Walker has.taken  a.   turn   at   MC'ing    the    CNE.  ; Grandstand ^ Show,  hosting- CBC-  TV's. variety, show, Parade, performing in- a- Toronto" hit  revue  ���and writing material for variety  '��� shows.  . '.'���..     .    '    ���  CARS bursaries  ���'���-..   The , Canadian   Arthritis    and  .. Rheumatism,. Society..'has awarded a total of,;Jfj-.OQQ1 :in-...b.ursaries  (this yearv eriaWing>i6yB.C. girls  ;to-study physical-medicine therapy at the University of- British  Columbia.  The   society's   annual  job  study . in, physical   medicine  . therapy has been won. by Miss  Nikki Ross of North Vancouver,  and   Miss   Sandra  MeLellan  of  Extension,    B.C.,   who   tied  for  first place with an award of $75  each. In third place, Miss Vicki  Handford of North Surrey,  who  won $25.  SAFETY FIRST  Winchester - Western Hunter  Safety Clinic reminds all hunters  that the Safety of a gun should  never be inf the off position until  ready to fire;   ��  NEW SALMON RUN  A new pink salmon run has  been introduced to Stamp river  on Vancouver Island, the Department of Fisheries of Canada  reports. The successful introduction of fthe completely new run  results from ^gg transplants in  the      department's      Robertson  creek spawning channel. The  spawning channel provided near  perfect incubation conditions  which resulted in a record egg-  to-fry survival. Approximately  90 percent survival was achieved, comparing with an average  of 10 percent under conditions in  nature. y  COAST NEWS WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  Just for fhe priceofifie<o!f,you^^ef��� ; * - ^   '  MORE satisfactions-Over 20,000 families have already switched to Esso  Home Heat Service.  MORE service���Over 200,000 free,furnace conditionings flow completed.  MORE value���free1 annual burner check. 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Now you can always be sure that the front wheels of your car can be  checked regularly and quickly ..^ at na expense fo yog!     r  ��������-.'- "'*;;-.��� ���; ���''. ;-^   A$%'., ���. x :'Z'x. s f- ':A "���'''- ff^ \ ':./:< 'A- ���������".- ���-;,      ��������������.' ���'������. y /y:  ,<-:.,);. y/.X^y'T :X.xZy:x '���'���. :Z /   ../A A ���'.'.'���' . -ff Zx-y ..'. "A -..,���;. -:.- >:.-.;���  ���:���������'���::��� ' -     :���*   '.������:���������  Play safe .., and drive with confidence. Don't let your front wjieels:  ���*��� drive ^yiu<ihtdlti;ouble'and c  ALIGNER WHEEL ALIGNMENT CHECK ... for FREE!  <    ���:       A'  Ask us tp show you how to go straight  Check and send to us for our advice  Spotty Tire Wear  Excess Tire Wear  ��� High Speed Shimmy  . .. -, ���,.-,'."���.  ��� Slow Speed Shimmy  Pulling to One Side  Hard to Steer  on Turns  NORTH ROAD ��� GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2562  'Qyi0^.'^.^^iiii  WHEEL BALANCE  UNEVEN BRAKE DRUMS  LOOSE TIE-RODS OR KING PINS  WHEEL BALANCE  CAMBER  INCORRECT TOE-IN  (EXCESS) CASTER  BENT WHEELS  SHOCKS  LOOSE TIE-RODS OR KING PINS  (EXCESS) CASTER  SHOCKS '  CAMBER  (EXCESS) CASTER  BENT FRAME  REAR SPRING  CAMBER  (EXCESS) CASTER  UNDER INFLATED  STEERING ARMS BENT  BENT FRAME  UNDER INFLATED  (UNEVEN) CASTER  BENT FRAME  UNDER INFLATED T"^  MICKEY COE  Bus.    TR    2-7411  Res.   BR.   7-6497  Zephyr Motors (1960) Ltd.  130 West Broadway  Vancouver, B.C...  MUSIC STUDIO  Announces  VIOMN CLASSES  WEEKENDS  Teacher: Mrs. H. D. Coupland  STUDIO, North Fletcher Road/Gibsons ��� Phone. 886-2312  ;  Watch for the Ad for the opening  of our new shoe store  Wigard's Shoe Store  SECHELT ��� Ph. S8S-951��  ��s  GIBSONS BAKERY  Hill hiuted Two Hpfks from  Oct. 14 - Reopening Mob., Oct 28  Production will be limited this weekend so order in  advance to avoid disappointment  NO  GUARANTEE ON  ORDERS RECEIVED AFTER  5:30 p.m. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11.  Phone 886-2415  4      ^^^e^^OctV;^ 1963.  THE CORPORATION  OF THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  Annual List of Voters  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will sit  at the municipal Hall, Sechelt, on the first day of November  next from the hour of ten o'clock until the hour of twelve  o'clock in the morning, for the purpose of hearing and determining any application on the part of any person to be  added to the list of Voters, and remove any names incorrectly placed thereon.  The list of Voters as corrected and revised by the Court  of Ttevision shall be that used at the Annual Municipal Election to be held in the month of December 1963.*  E. T. RAYNER, Clerk.  ..  .   (By -Mrs. -A. A. FRENCH)  Mrs; i CS'sLtitenerkianntiBriMmed'  the.jnenubejcsfof. St.. Hilda's W.A.  to-the0 mpnt^y ��� Friendship | tea  recently. There' were? 14 .guests'  and Mrs: Ada Dawe, "president,  poured. A visitor from England  was Mrs. Pauline Andrews* sister  of Mrs. Alan Greene.- Mrs. Eileen  Patrick, treasurer, celebrated  her birthday at the tea. ;  Mrs. Bill Mervin, thef former  Lillian Tait is here on a visit  from Port Moody���, staying with  her aunt and uncle, Mr. and-Mrs.  Harry  Sawyer? . ;     ,y ''���'���'>_  Mrs. Bertha Power of Vancouver is visiting her mother, Mrs.  Jack Wood and sister Mrs. NeJIs  Hansen:       <���    .-*.'-  Mrs. Emma Johnson of Redcliff  Alberta, was guest of honor at  the Little Helpers annual meeting. Mrs. Johnson has beenf: active in Little" Helpers work vfor  over 40 years in the Anglican  Church. The children brought  their pennies to the church under  the supervision of Mrs. Ada Dawe  who is the secretary. At the Parish Hall tea was served and Mrs.  Johnson cut her birthday cake  and was presented with a card  bearing all the names'of the W.A.  This was presented her by tiny  Janet Clayton, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Dick Clayton.  Sechelt PTA will hold a sale of  lagekOctober 19*fat W sum. ton  venor is Mrs. J. Gpespn^nd.elot'i.  . ingrdepots, are MrsJ IDenm&lGray,  ;' MfsV Margaret, Goo^in,k%s. C;.  Jpooteet, Mrs. J.f Lamb^, Mr;?,' Mv  Bystedt and'Mrs.'M.'Jaegar^     :  The L.A.  to:-Canadian^Legiin  , will hold a Rummage Sale Oct.'  18 in the Legipri hall at il; a.m.  Sunshine  Rebekah  Lodge 'will  hold a Fall Bazaar on October 18  at 2 p.m.  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whaites of  Vancouver were at their summer  home for the weekend.  bl  Bphdsr  (Average Yield to maturity  5.03% Per Annum)  at the  Royal  Ask for application form  at your nearest branch.  Buy for cash or by instalments. Canada Savings  Bonds never fluctuate in  value, can be cashed any  time for full face value,  plus interest. -  ?.]���  ROYALBANK  Thanks .  ���   ���  The,very gratifying support which you gave myself and the  Social Credit government here is appreciated deeply. The  gain in Social Credit votes will be an encouraging factor  for the future,  To all of you who did a lot or a little, Thank You!  ISABEL DAWSON  m Mmmm  ���   ��� ���'���'��� HZR'    :.}     ���;���-,-.,  xiAi^m.xjvm^'a  TS.XW <W!M  kj  -ii.-r'-T   ������   snxiots'-l  Mi.   .XX  ...i.'!-��.  '-'  ....(  -.-Joig.,j--v5k X-BxZy.-- K'ir-rfcS-.!���>: -..*i-:.-.0-  & MONDAY    -> k k ^  it a.nvlo 8 p.m.  <:-t  Guide bake sale  The regular meeting of the Sechelt Girl Guide Association  was held at the home of Mrs.  A. Gibson in West * Sechelt.  Twelve members were present.  It was reported that the Wilson Creek Brownies are off to  a good start for the winter with  12 -ilrpivnies enrolled.; Mrs. Phy>  liss: Hicks is Brown Owl ; and  Mrs. Woods, Tawny Owl for the  Wilson Creek Brownies.  The association has decided to  have another Bake Sale at the  Hospital Cottage in Sechelt on  Thursday, Nov. 7.  NIGHT SCHOOL  Two Night School classes ���- History 102 and Art are in operation at Elphinstone Secondary School.  Other courses may be offered if the required enrolment is) attained.  - Board of School Trustees,  Sechelt School District No. 46.  H. BISHOP  LADIES WEAR  2 Stores to Serve Yoti  GIBSONS  886-2109  SECHELT  885-2002  Ladies Wear is our ONLY  Business  2-Bedroom, 32x16, $1400 ��� 1-Bedroom, 24x16, $1200  EVERY PANEL INSULATED k  Everything included except the furniture, easily erected  PLAN AW^ INSTRUCTIONS  SUPPLIED  SEE SAMPLE OPPOSITE SEAVIEW CEMETERY  JACKSON EQUIPMENT CO.  Phone:  885-4464 ��� 885-2104 .���' 8859621  $t%  BWS Wft Anniversary fell torse  .11 - 6 to 8 pom - |1J  n&  SuiMiay9 Oct; 13   -   5 ^o'^^Mris'  For Reservationj, Ph. 885-9815 ��� DAMN'S M0TEI AND DINING ROOM  ><,r'y>:  M OCT. 16  2 p.m. and 7 p.m.  WILLIAM TWEEDLY, Auctioneer  Norlh Road, Opposite Masons 6arase, Gibwin ��� (Walch for our sign)  A host of good furniture, you name it,  we have it, contents of 2 homes available  We are now in business permanently. Someone will be at Hie Auction Boon}  weekdays from 10 a.m. foi 2 noon to receive articles and !o  accommodate viewers  Rexall lc  WATCH FOR YOUR FLYER IN THE MAIL  KRUSE   DRUG   STORES   Gibsons 886-2023 and Sechelt 885-2134 COMING EVENTS       flNSHM  ., I^ito Hapgfcch^Jl j Qial fSfjgff--,P0INT .  Oct.  10  7 p.m  Oct.  11,  Roberts  meeting, 8 p.m.  ROOM AND BOARD  WANTED  Creek   Legion  Oct  S  Bedroom..���- Fully   serviced  _.y'_-^iew home close to safe, sandy-.  ��-��� -'beach.   Pembroke bath,   auto-oil  furnace, cab. elect, kitchen, wir-r  :tiA$S;fBAY;,> zAZ'AAZ-'^l^  '. I"'Almost, new  2;'lJof.'ly,iPartaibode  home on nice waterirbrit lot SO' x  sppkSe-'us'- for:this;7 -kkf kV .' ,-"  WEST* SECHELT.  Room and ibpardi ,-witliv private  entrahc|^Wils^*J(3reekc'area. Ph.  885-9785. :  Used cast iron wood burning box  stove; small or medium size pre-  fered. Reply Box 688, Coast News.  Cars, touch's for sale  Trade 1954 Plymouth station wa-  gon for pickup>same varlue. Ph.  885-9953. .iX'XX'-   ���������' :\  ;L'UILDING   MATEEIA-^3  ~w. 12, I.O.J.D. Rummage Sale     -~, ��� *.���. ��..������, ;���__,,,   wjisr si^ujtu.i.T  New United:Churcli|HalLaO|a��ihi *!��djfor/^aslteiv and  dryer. Full-     T^b nice view properties^ each  to 3 p.m. AIIjaM: '���J$W.Z.$'; ~X :Pnc?:.'.?8,500,^easy terms. -with 2 bedroomed house and base  ment, own water supply. Priced  Oct. 14. Sorry, no bingo, next Mon  "day,' Holiday.  .;';���. ;AX .Mk'k"' ' ���'' z  Oct. 16. Royal Canadian Legion  109, General Meeting, 8 p.m., Le-  ���gionrIfaUi---:k-;>;k;T-.":;:'.'���"'-���''''-'': ' "��� ���  Oct. 18, Sunshine Rebekah: Lodge  No. 82, Fall;-azaarkSt.^Hilda's  Parish Hall; Sechelt, -2.p.mA  Oct. 19, Public Installation, Order of DeMolay, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Hall.  Oct. 25, Rebekah Fall Tea and  Bazaar, Christian Education Centre, Fri., 2 to 4 p.m.  Oct. ^kFridJayi,^ p.m., Cooking  School, Pender Harbour High  School Auditorium.  Oct.'26, DeMolay Mother's Circle   terms.  Turkey Dinner,   7 p.m.,  Legion  Hall; Gibsohsk   k  Invest in fun, relaxation with  an eye to the future. 150 ft. of  fine sandy beach, lawns, shade  trees. Substantial bungalow, 29  ft. L.R., fireplace, dining roorn^  solarium, Pembroke bathroom  plus self-contained ground floor  suite with bathroom and 3 bedroom'; beachf cottage with fireplace. Excellent buying at the  full price $28,500 in this exclusive  area. .    .:;.������.���:  GIBSONS  3 bedroom ������ Modern home on  ���beautifully landscaped view lot.  Living Room 10 x 25 feet. Utility  room off large spacious kitchen.  Pemb. bathroom. Separate garage. Extra plumbing in basement  Full price $11,500 with excellent  Nov; 7,-Sechelt .Girl Guide Assn.  Bake Sale, Hospital Cottage, Sechelt.  DEATHS ~~  DUNCAN ��� Passed away acci-;  dentally Oct. 6, 1963, Thorne Dun.  san, aged 48 years, of Madeira  Park, B.C. Survived .by his loving wife LUellay 2 daughters,  Wendy and Glenna, and 1 son,  Roger*  all at home;... 1: brother*  2 bedroom ��� Fully furnished  home on level, landscaped lot  close to beach.: Separate utility  room vand garage. Full price  $7,000 Terms.  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterfront ��� Fully furnished  ��� cottage' on secluded," treed, view  lot fronting: on safe beach. Full  price $6,500, Terms.  A':A    PENDER HARBOUR  Lots in the attractively treed,  scenic   waterfront:, developments  for quick: sale.  Three  bedroomed   house  with  basement and furnace on approximately   2J��  acres land. Priced  -well below  value  at $8500 with  some terms.  -,-.-.-'... -.-   - 's -  Tw0 bedroomed house on 40  acres priced for quick sale at  $5000 on terms.  PORPOISE BAY AREA  2 bedroomed house on good lot;  priced for quick sale, $3900, $700  down.  To see any of these phone:  Office:  885-2065, or  Eves.: E. Surtees 885-9303  C. E. Kingr 885-2066  AGGETT AGENCIES Ltd.  5     JOHN DE KLEER  BUILDING ��� CONTRACTING  Willson ,Creek, B.C.  PHONE 885-2050  MISC. FOR  SALK  Old style Franklin stove. Phone  885-2013   daytime,   885r9512  nings.  eve-  ,From Sweden, plastic tubs, baskets, pails and.gas cans, on sale  at Earl's.  886-9600.  Old Leonard fridge, good condition, working order. Family size,  $50 or offer. Phone 886-9351.  ;Stauffer Magic Couch, timer included. Phone 886-9397.  Order now. Freezing and canning  . chicken." 50c each. F. Holland,  'Phone 886-9513.  .   New 2 br. post and beam. F.P.  $9750.  U only, 120 bass   Canadiana ac-  icordion, as new, $150. Phone 886.  *9627.  Rolls for player piano. Phone 886-  2084 after 3:30 p.m.  Successful local business needs  money to expand. $3000 and up  needed. Will pay 8% interest, fully secured by local property. Replies treated strictly confidential.  Box 689, Coast News.  ���      '    ' '        -        _  Cash for cariipirig terit trailer.  Ph. 886-2186 after 5 p.m.  Wanted for wrecking, Chev or  Pontiac, 1949 to '52. Ph. 886-2816.  TEWiBER WANTED  Will buy timber or timber and  land. Cash. Phone  886-9984.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  "WATER SURVEY SERVICES  HYDROPURE water sterilizer,  water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and stump blasting. R.R. l, Sechelt. Phone 885-9510.  '56 Buick Convertible, Roadmas-  ter, $950. Phone 886-2831.  "60 NSU custom Prinz, radio, $600  Phone 886-9686; between 12 and 1  and 5 and 7 p.m.  '56 Oldsmobile hardtop. White  with red interior. P.S. and P.B.,  automatic. Excellent condition.  Porpoise Bay Rd., Ph.  885-4476.  I  .�����*.*�����.  ���-,;-Vll_��r.  J  ���__ Westinghouse automatic washer.  I Phone after 5 p:m. 886-2461.  5  acres,   modern home,  fruit,   k u<?Prf  nil  ranoo   *��- ~^���  ;l used Servel Propane refrigerator.  to All good valuo  MARSHALL WELLS STORE  water.  Terms.  80 feet sandy  beach close  Langdale. F.P. $8,400.  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework���-Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734  ��*' Made"*P^kA^AZ1l^^  Serviced by good rojids only 2%  Mrs. Melba Coliissi, Haney, B.C.,  and his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth  Duncan, Madeira Park. Funeral  service Thurs.,' 6ct. 10, 11 a.m.  from Madeira Pairk'Community  Hall. Madeira Park, B.C. Rev.  W. S. Ackroyd officiating. Inter-  sFdrest* ,*View   '. Cemetery-' A  hours from city. "Finest sports  fishing; all weather moorage.  Large waterfront lots from $2,750  semi^waterfront from $500 with  low down payment, easy terms.  Don't wait for the Spring rush,  make your, choice ihow.  ment.      ��� , .. ���..  .  HARVEY FUNERAL HOSjE,fGib - "v'CiaU Frank yLewisfat  Gibsons  sons, B.C., directors. otfice, 886-9900 (24 hrsj  or Mor-  :: ���-.. '���_'���/��� .;������-,. -f ���������������-'��� ���������-��� - -'  ' -   ' -    -   ���  ton Mackay, Res. 886-7783.  CARD OF THANKS  _. ���;."��'���' , C'?��� ���'���: -  ������>��-��-**���=-    .%av.  -.. .    w  We wishv tp express :o>ur ^sincere  #^RNUY.REAmr.LTD.   fi  GIBSONS     art^ jBU^^m_AM  apprect^^ug^y^ri^^H Wsbtive wa^rfr<mt^pr<|eriy  and neighbors who^ gave their with living accommodation and  kindness and^sympathy, donations g0od water supply. $4250 full  and beautiful floral offerings dur. p?jCe#  ing the illness''and death; ol pur < \ '<  beloved' husband and father   k  Mrs. E. Chamberlin, wife.  Mrs. T. Aylwin "v"     :  Mr. L. Chamberlin and family  FLORIST* - ^ W ���**."�� W <�� ���*  EWART McMYNN    :  Real Estate & Insurance  Marine  Drive,   Gibsons  Phones:  886-2166,   Res. 886-2496  PROPERTY FOR SALE  Roberts Creek ������ 5 acres on Sechelt Highway, attractively finished 3 room cottage, outbuildings. Reasonably priced, easy  terms. CHARLES STEELE, Realtor. 1325 fKihgsway, Van. 10. TR  4-1611'.:���'������:���'/: A   .'���,;���' /     '  Wa acre, 80 ft. frontage, ready  for building. -Water available.^Ph.  886-2340.     :-;V.;k; .  :;���������"-::���: A,Z - f-k-- ���>"..- '   ������''?*'   ���>  Phone Sechelt 885-2171  For guaranteed watch and  jewelry repairs, see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  3  speed   Roadster  bicycle,   $20.  Phone 885-2087.  Duotherm medium sized oil heater. Phone 886-9591, Gibsons.  i Phone 886-2191 k    yl ������;.  3V_ acres looking over the Gulf  snap for $1,250 full price.  Phone 886-2191  "A Sign of Service'  Heavy duty 4 wheel drive rubber.,  tired tractor with 7 ft. hydraulic  blade and power winch. Good  condition. $975. Phone 885-2253.  12 ft. trailer," 2 bunks with sink,  stove, toilet space, etc., excellent:  condition. Bargain at $550. Phone'  885-2253.;  1959 Chev El Camino Pickup,  $1175. Also 17^ half cabin boat.  H. Chaster, 886-9566.     ;     ��� ��� .---  For your AVON Products at  Granthams and Hopkins, please  phone Mrs. Alice Cherry, 886-2732  Bricklaying: is calculated by the  square  foot.   .....  Block walls cost 70c  - Stone retaining walls        80c  Roman tile $1.25  Cut stone $1.50 to $2.00  Sandstone ;.....,->. k     $2.25  A. Simpkins, 885-2i_2,   Sechelt.  V^ADEafeA PARK k  Semi view lots for sale I  Liberal Terms (  !VS: JOHNSTONE, 883-2_|6  A:   1".���"'���!' '. * - '   ���"'<  Planet  junior garden tractor in?  working order, with plow, culti-i  vator and  disc.  Any "reasonable  offer. Phone 886-2340. k  PEMCURIST  Z/Ay  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop.  :-r-'vk^885-9778k-v-.v  Evenings by Appointment  VA acres,   Roberts Creek,   frith  well,  $1200 cash. Phone 886-9984.  Chesterfie)d,?3 clsairsr430; 1 modi'  ern  oak diningroom   suite;   17"!���  TV; bedroom suite^qoiripifete; re-i  frigerator, Le^yt" vacuum clean--*'  er,  and   many other, Household  items. Phoner'-88��.��S2J.--:* 4 ?-  Wreaths and  sprays.  Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-8345, Hopkins  Landing. "���" -.',*'���    '  Flowers for all occasions.        i^Z"L   "    '"-' /T"V*I-"-"�� ~XT  Eldred's Fldwer .*��*_��/: Se<^lt:'r^^^l��^e "ctad^.^fO 1^.  Phone 885-4455    -        224 ,ft.-Waterfront,   2f bedrm,  LOST.-�����������:XXX.X-^���?'AAX-y...x -^:'---West>^ Se(^lt.I5-^_^;::v-''fire1WSc)_;'  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2191     k 885-2013  (R. F. Kennett 4- Notary ^Public)  $1,000 down. 2 bedrm, West Sechelt.   50*  view  waterfront   lot.  - -.-,- ...^.-.4>. ,     - ^-      2 5.90x14 Goodyear; tiibeless Sub  on cement slab, water to proper-   ;urban snowtires, * used 3 months,  ty, septic tank and 220 power.  Land>allycleared and two thirds  tJe-rbeked 'ready for garden. For  quick sale, $2700. Phone 886-9333.  Ne^ South-view sub-division near  good beach, swimming, boating,  fishing. Large lots or acreage,  -ramr3^.^&eattiif^  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic: .wiring, rewiring ;aind  alterations from Port Mellon /to  Pender Harbour. Free estimates.  Phone 886-9320 evenings. vk ^  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone 986-  ?9n^^fmMj%r-:-i^tieI^N5^iin8:''  :<>r write.'Box/221r.Seche-t."-^->t  Vse$; furniture^ -or what have"  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.     7  IN LOVE WITH A  CERTAIN NEW CAR?  UU- It BOW WRUA  fjOW^:OST.UF��4��SUBX->  XXX g      I    g    g  XXX xxx JcxxSl   8  |xxi ��  B      xxxx  LOAN        :  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE REAL SALESMEN  Charth Services  ^ANGLICAN  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  9:30 a.m., Holy Communion  11 a.m., Sunday School  St. Bartholomew's,  Gibsons  ��� A'-: 11:15 a.m.,.Matins  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  Church of His Presence'  11:15 a.m., Holy Communion  Egmont  3  p.m., Evensong     '  ��� St. Hilda's, Sechelt  11 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m.,  Evensong  Madeira Park  7:30 p.m.', Evensong    -k  ��� ���.,.,.>.-......��.;,.-. -,,.-r :--..���::. ..<..    ������������ ��� "west"- oecneu.    i/en,     urepiace, ���-��*<��-��� -fww.- ubouuhu- uuwh it vim  ^^^.Kfephani^^el^ blacks  billfold   change   purse   about   4  ^    ���  inches square, name inside. Silver Sands view home, 5 acres  Please return to Selma^Patk Gen- with year round-*ttrout stream,  eral Store, yx'   .x/f.   >        ^x Large. *t��eU^Buift shop, wired.220.:  ��� .'Ideaif f6r:' small^Tnanuif_ict_irilig-  HELP WANTED  (FEMALE)      </ pl^feliric^to^eU.  '/���'  NEED CHRISTMAS /JFUNDS?  Housewives   like    yourself    are  earning good  income  by representing AVON Cosmetics,  Open-,,.,  ings available  for qualified. *.wo- J,  4  men   in   Wilson    Creek, ^Selma   Park, Roberts Creek, Granthams  Port Mellon. Write Mrs. Legg,  2535  Holyroad Drive,   Nanaimo,  B.C.   ',       '., t'Xi-f ;  View lots^ ?ciea5f, level. Davis  Bay close to beach. 70 x 120. $1550  F.P., $500 dn.  Trade even, over 4 acres having  795 ft. on the highly with small  house, having ^ Ugh.; phone and  wafer in, ;for sin old type, roomy  houise pnya^lot.viflth/a few feet  brjyaterfrbnt.^Write for full particulars to Box 683, Coast News.  rboifl 'home.  *'>  Full   time   waitress ,f ijjtteferabiy  Over 2t Phone 885-9769A j  Seamstress for part  time work.  Peninsula Cleaners, Gibsons.  WORK WANTED  John Melhus. Painter and decorator, paper hanging, and spray  work. Phone 886-2442.    -     kV'  ROTOTILLING ��� field or garden  POWER RAKING ��� lawns y  HEDGE XJUPEING^  PLOWING ''!"kX t i<;\A    .JL*xX  MOWING ���'field or lawn"   '  UGHTv BLADE WORK  PAINT SPRAT^NG V    -xxxr  ROY, BOLDERSON 885-9530 eves:  PETS      ~~    ~ ' ".  Lovely 1 yrv old male cat-seeks  a home. Mostly white with" black  marking. Ph.  S;P.C.A.; 886-2664.  German: Shepherd - Golden La<b  cross, female, V/t years old and  1 pup. Phone, 885-9J85.   .,...���   ,  ''A-    ,' '��� "y* ' '���'A:j*'':*yj;<* '     -������>**���/���. fTT-'' '_~-->*:*'_; ��� *���r'A ' *''  rswAPk-y;:  ;:���������".'���:��� ������Ax'XA  WATERFRONT LOTS  EARL'S COVE SUBDIVISION  Adjacent to Earl's Cove Ferry  terminal on Sunshine Coast  Highway. Beautiful view of  Jervis Inlet. Excellent fishing  and boating. Good -site for motel and 6oat rentals.  Waterfront lots  $3,500.  View \6ts fromf $1800.  10% down. Easy terms on balance. Discount  for cash.  O. SLADEY  X MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Phone 883-2233  FOR RENT  . .t ., .    .t acre; ,  'Good ��w&ter*- supply':'-.:^P.f $3500'/  $1500 D.P';, "bal $20 per^ontfii.  For these and other good buys,  Call:  ;v  v SECHELT AGENCIES ITDi  f >   {Realty & Insurance i.--&f  ^,Phone 885-2161, B(^c 155v Sechelt. j_  BE SURE TO  SEE THIS ! ! ! "  For  the   fastidious buyer,   1800'  includes 4 bedrooms,  open plan  kitchen, dining and living room.  open to large sun declc Tiled vanity-bath has colored plumbing:'  Master bedroom has unique built ,  in dressing table/ Large rumpus  room with 2nd fireplace. Auto oil  heat. Exceptional view from all  rooms. Landscaping)requires.min;   .  ofkip]keep> ^$6000; down will- Wvdy.  possession   of   this"   remarkable'  home,.,    , '  -k ^TOR,^j!niE;CI_0-!CE-;���'<-N  A' ���:��� I PROPERTIES  CONTACT I r  K. BUTLER REALTY & Insurance  Box 23, Gibsons B.C. .  .��� (r. ..     .Phone 88.6-2000- y. ���.-,?���,  ^STRATEGIC CORNER  ���  400.  ftf highway'frontage with modern  two bedroom home,- close to shopping centre, theatre and schools.     ���   Excellent site for; apartment, mo-,   Cottage to rent. Gower, Point Rd  ; ���-���^-^^^���^i^uf ^-a=l-.�� ��� ������i-i, -^:,kiGi��OTrts;r^^nt^^6nth_-> Ap  $S2;f^_*f quicksaie;! good combination G.EL electric ;stove and;  garbage bufrner. $68; unbreakable-  24 hour vaporizer used '4 times,  $7; women's size 16: gray wool  coat and brown camel's hair  coat; black and white wool suit,  size 16; new size 8 blacK suede  pull On boots. Phone 886-2477.  Hunters! 10 ft. truck camper, insulated j propane stove, ready to  gO: $575 cash. Phone 883-2418.  Hunting equipment of all kindsy  sleeping bags,   gun cases,   etc.,  rifles,    shotguns,    ammo.,     rain  clothes.  Walt Nygren Sales  886-9303  With oysters, you may forget the  cldvtale about months without 'R'.  Enjoy them the year around as  produced rrom registered beds by  v certified growers. Oyster Bay Oy?  i ster Co., R. Bremer, Pender Har-  ('bour.  NEWMAN PLUMBING  .- . _...& HEATING x. .  A  I%pner 88^9678^ X:  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED _c REPAIRED  UNITED  Gibsons  11 a.m., Sunday Schools  <.V'.> .11- a;m?r-Nursery- ������ l*  -.* 11 a.m., Divine Service -  ,.,,.,-Rffberts. Cree��.       x  ���-2 >p:mV/'Divine Service A  Wilson Creek  mi5>'-a;i-Kr Divine Worship  Sunday^ Schogi; 9:45 a.m.  t;' 1 G.E. Fridge in perfect order;  ,1 Fawcett oil heater and stand,  \used 3 months; 1 Wingham Clip-  f per coal and wood stove. Prices  ^reasonable.   886-2338.  1 Lambs, 18c lb. live weight. Phone  r'886-9363.  Tree falling, topping or removing lower limbs for view; Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour. Phone  886-994i5. Marven Volen.  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY  & DRY   CLEANING  FUR  STORAGE   ',  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts   Creek.   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky  Number  October 5 ��� 28463, Orange  ROBERTS CREEK  CREDIT UNION  Sechelt. B.C.  Phone 885-9551  Serving Gibsons through to  Halfmoon Bav  Office Hours, Wed.. Thurs., Fri..  11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  COMMUNITY CHURCH  1 .k Port Mellon  I Anglican Communion 9:15 a.m.  -1st Sunday of each month  Anglican Service 9:15 a.m.  3rd Sunday of each month  United Church Service 9:15 a.m.  All other Sundays  Clean fully furnished.suite. It has  automatics cheating, separate entrance, 3.v*>ce .bathroom and excellent sea view. Phorie 886-2191 or  886-2180.  , 3000  canning" arid freezing fowl,  , 75c each. Open Sundays. Turn up  _ if Elphinstone Road. R. Randall  2 bedrqjOm. 'cottage" Ph:.  886-2621  1 bedroom house, Porpoise Bay,  available end of October. Suitableior.; single person or couple.  Phone 885-2093;  Watch Repairs & Jewelry  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  Ph. 886-2116,  GIBSONS  1  br.   unfurnished   suite,   adults  only. Phone  888-9363.  -?<!3  Income property on T.C.H. -near .  Safeway, Langley, BiC:^take pro-'������  perty with home1* as part pay1-;,  ment; or what have you: Balance'  on terms to'-'siinV Phone 886-2I9S"'  or write Box 687, Coast News.  BUSINESS-^OPPORTUNrCYy   A/A  Successful local;.business needs >  money to expand. $306o'*'arid up  needed. Willvpay 8% interest, fully secured by local property. Replies treated strictly confidential.  Box 689, Coast News.  ���'-e-;i3i^��ai_-^ '-> price  $15joook-.-ki.;.iCk,: ���;;; -'--���- w.--  P-_NWSyLA PROPERTIES  Homes- - ^Waterfront . Acreage  ^usinew^riJfcerty'- ;:- 'Z_xAx^.  "��� ABuildfrij|^contracts f'''���"   A  '/ Mortgages-   '��� ' -  Sub-division consultants  TERRACE HEIGHTS  ply,'.MurieLB.XCombSr- 825 Birks  ,'Bktg, 718 Granville St., Vancouver  2;,, Rhone MU 4-5414.       y A A.  groomed hous^next^ Ppst Oh;l. weemess, _Qaoness, easy 10,nan  fice; Roberts CxeekyPh. 886^666.;:y,H1p,  general purpose huinus fer  SPECIAL  on 1963 Beatty water pumps  and water systems. Trade in  your old pump now for $ savings. Ray Newman Plumbing,  886-9678.  ,v Used electric.. and cas-.- ranees,  also oil ranges. C & ,S Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,  Sechelt.  45' x 8'. Rollohome trailer. 2 bed.,  room furnished,  including wash--  "er,  dryer, TV and porch. $3500.  ��hone 885-4477.  Mushroom Manure  Non-Acid Topspil  Weedless, .odorless, easy to",han-  BOATS, MARINE  33 ft. boat, $125 or nearest offer.  Phone 886-2816.  .18 ft. cabin boat, 35 hp., trailer,  $900. Will swap for car or house  trailer. 886-2098.  BAPTIST  Bethel Baptist,  Sechelt  11:15  a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  Calvary  Baptist,  Gibsons  7:30 p.m., Evening Service  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs  ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary,  Gibsons�� 10:30 a.m.  CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS /  CJhurch Services  and Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts  Creek United  Church  Radio Program: The Bible  Speaks to Ypu, over CJOR, 600,  8:30 p.m. every Sunday  PENTECOSTAL  Gibsons  10 a.m., Sunday School  11 a.m., Devotional  7:30   p.m.,   Evangelistic  Service  Tues., 7:30 p.m., Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m., Young People  Sat., 7:30 p.m., Prayer  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  9:45 a.m..  Sunday School  11 a.m., Morning Worship  7:30 p.m..   Evangelistic   Service  Tuesday, 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting  Thursday, 7:30 p.m.. Rally  I bedfoom suite.-. Ph. 885-9928.  Win the lady who called 886-2294  ^.t.^ ^.  ^  --- ���:;j*-,*;"-..v- for -sleeping   room   please   call  V Ch## ���m lots.. w,th- all vjllage;    ag,ain. Can make adjustments.  facilities, -priced ;from $1 900   to. ^ ������   -,���. .   . ������-.���7 ���  $2,500^; 8Mfd6wri.; -: V      ���: 'S^ llZfmmz     ��nt COt'  CHARLB ENGLISH Ltd. g  Phone 886'2863'  tilizer. ideal for lawn dressing or  "'ha-se. laree-^nd small fruits, veee  tables and flowers. Ph. 886-9813.  Real Estates-Insurance  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS,   B.C.   -    PH.  886-2481  WANTED TO RENT  Garage building .with electricity  in Gibsons vicinity. Ph. 886-2524.  YOUR DOLLAR HAS  MORE  CENTS AT  EARL'S, & WALT'S,  886-9600  &- 886-9303  The Corporation of the Village of Gibsons Landing  COURT OF REVISION  Voters List  TAKE NOTICE that copies of the Provisional Municipal Voters' List, 1963, will be posted at the Notice Board,  Church corner, and at the Municipal Hall; and further take  notice that a Court of Revision, to rtevise and correct the said  Voters' List, will be held in the Municipal Hall on the 1st1 day  of November, 1963, from Ten o'clock in the forenoon to 12  o'clock in the forenoon.  JULES A. MAINIL, Clerk 6       Coast  News,  Oct.  10,   1963  DISTRESS SIGNAL  When lost in the woods, the recognized distress signal, is f three  shots fired at regular intervals,  states a reminder from the Win-  chester-iWestern Hunter Safety  Clinic. .'-'  HALFMOON BAY NOTES  j - Whfen you need more  Iryffi^pacejtheifastest way  tQfindJREALESlTffE  --;   is In the  mow. PAGES,  IwfereOTR  "'FINGERS DO  THEMALKING  (By MARY TINKLEY)  On the last weekend of September, summer made a return  ��� visit to. the Sunshine coast,  lingering as though reluctant to  say. a last farewell. The. weekenders who had defied thfe weather forecasters and headed for  , their cottages .as soon as they  were out from schools and offices, fished pr basked in the  sun in temperatures well into  the 70'sy The-shimmering .sea  enticed some of. the hardier ones  in for a. swim. . f ���  . This was���'���.a weekend to be'  savoured, to be-enjoyed-to the  full, to be prolonged to the last  possible moment, so..some "were  assiduously studying fgrry schedules' to see whether perchance  they..-..: could stay until Monday  . morning. Here and ��� there-.was  the bustle of activity as the last  of the boats were taken in    ���  Perhaps nowhere was therer a  more 'efficiently organized f team  than on . thef DonfMacDohaid  vb'each where an old fa&hibned  boat bee was in-progress: -The  team, consisting k'of Don MacDonald, Don Ross, Ernie White,  R. H. Wilkinson rand Ron Bendy,  worked out af neat- technique  which quickly had -all their boats  safely in' their winter quarters.  Among the weekenders seen  along the beach, were the.- Sjd  ������Shawns,- the Gordon Cruises,- the  Bruce Robinsons and the Hunt  clan.., Beverley Ness who has  been confined to St. Mary's Hospital has now been transferred  to St.:.Paul's Hospital, .Vancouver,  for ' further observation.'   -  IVlrsi Greta Jorgensen was hostess, ftp a ,Tupperware party "on  Thursday last, where some, .hilarious games were arranged by  Mrs. P. E. Emerson.1 Present  were Mesdames M,,, Meuse, L.  Gunther, Joan Hansen, Grace  Rutherford, Bev. Robinson,, Alice  Grundy, Edna ,.,Brooks, -Clem  Naud,. Lynn jorgensen, '.Ruby  Warne, Tove Hansen, Mary  Tinkley. Greta Jorgensen received a -lovely hostess gift of a  clock radio with a snooze alarm.  ���,:v5fiftgwi!! bexlosed  Mod. Octoller 14 -kfues October 15  Dieter's TV & HI-FI Service  Service calls between Wilson Creek and Port Mellon  SAVE MONEY - BRING 1^  OPEN 9 a.m: to 5:30 p.m. ��� FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 pirn*  Phone SS6 93S4 ��� GIBSONS  Anglican college  addition opened  . Wednesday, Oct. 2, saw the fulfillment of more than a year of  planning, organization and fund-  raising among Anglican Church  members throughout British Columbia and the Yukon. Lieutenant --Governor Major General  Pearkes officially opened a new  addition to the Anglican Theological College, on campus at the  University of British Columbia.  This long-awaited improvement  in facilities for the training of  B.C.'s Anglican clergy represents  the first phase- in a -larger, overall movement of expansion and  -rededication among the Anglican  Church congregations of British  Columbia.  f Originally built in 1927 to house  32 theological students, the College today - accommodates up to  50. The hew facilities are designed riot only to relieve present  overcrowding, but also to provide for anticipated growth in future " enrollment. Architects for  the additions are Thompson, Berwick and Pratt. AA'  TAKE A MILE  A  .22florig  rifle��� bullet has a  range  of  one mile.  Winchester-  Western    Hunter   Safety   Clinic  warns that a bullet from a .22 is  dangerous up to this distance.  INDIAN SITES FOUND  University of British Columbia  archaeologists have pinpointed  about 50 sites once occupied by  Indians in the lower Fraser Valley, .some of. ��� which will help tQ  fill in a four thousand year" gap/  in, B.C.'s'. prehistory. .The' sites,-  located between the mouth of the  Fraser River and the canyon  .above Yale, were found by Robert S. Kidd,. a UBC graduate  now doing postgraduate work at  Washington, and Derek Smith, a  UBC student taking honors in  anthropology.  > "Doctor, your eyes are  bothering met"'  \A **��� "f-A-M.  XX,      .-. X-iX;Xy.    A ^V^SBiXS^   ;  SWING TO PREMIUM FLAVOR W&XWfc>%  ���_l-i-^-iVtv��ii  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK  Trenching ��� Landscaping ��� Rotovating  Driveways j etc. ��� Gravel and Fill,  HUMUS TOP SOIL  Ed. Fiedler  Ph. 886-7764  DANGEROUS CARGO  It is illegal to carry a loaded  gun in an automobile. Be sure  your firearms are unloaded before driving back from a hunting  expedition, advises the * Winchester-Western Hunter.Safety Clinic.  TWILIGHT  THEATRE  - \      GIBSONS    __ ���  One Show Nightly starting at 8  Children's Matinee Saturday  2:30 p.m.'  I0TICE TO FUEL SUPPLIERS  Tenders are -invited for the delivery of fuel for use in our  schools for the school year 1963-64.        ;  A list of schools with type of fuel required may be obtained  at the School Board office.  Sealed tenders, marked "Fuel" will be received on or before  5 p.m., Saturday, October 18, 1963. Kindly quote price per gallon, including tax.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  The Board of% School Trustees,  The Board of School Trustees  Gibsons, B.C.  THURS., FRlk^-ii Oct-M0.fc 11  Robert Mitchum, -Deborah Kerr  THE SUNDOWNERS  Technicolor  SAT.,  MON. ���  Oct.  12   &, 14  Glenn  Ford,  Anne Francis  DON'T GO NEAR THE WATER  Technicolor  TUES., WED. ��� Oct. 15 & 16  William Holden, Grace Kelly  BRIDGES AT T0K0-R1  Technicolor  THURS., FRI. ��� Oct., 17 &18  Don Murray,   Diane  Varsi  HELL TO TEXAS  Technicolor  For further information  Ph. 886-2827  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances,  TV Service  Hoover Vacuum Cleaners  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer   Phone 886-9325   L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  at  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY  & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  ":'x���'���',-:���..- Phone 886-2422       k  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  ^Personalized Service"-  Agents  ���y   *';.   Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886 9543,  See us for all your knitting requirements. Agents for* Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic wiring, rewiring  and  alterations  ELECTRIC HEATING  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-9320 evenings  .:'��� xx.k.f:; We..usekfk:ff  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your .watch  and jewelry;     t;  CHRIS' JEWELERS  r  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway.  Roomy Parking, Plenty of Water  Large recreation area  Bus passes park site   Phone .886-9826   PENINSULA     PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLIES  - Formerly Rogers Plumbing  cor. Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  SALES AND SERVICE  Port Mellon / ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates ���.  Phone 886-9533  GENERAL REPAIRS ;  CHIMNEY   SWEEPING  OIL STOVE MAINTENANCE  Ek LUCAS;  884-5387  FREE ESTIMATES  I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight Service to  J   ��� -  -Vancouver vk '*  l-   i        * ���   -  Local & long distance mo ring  Local pickup and delivery  service  Lowbed hauling  L  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING ���   PLUMBING  Complete installation  _ Quick  efficient" service f  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  SUNSHINE COAST  DECORATORS  All your painting  at reasonable rates  886-2615 or 886-2605  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK A. DECKER  BAL BLOCK,  GIBSONS  EVERY WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  Thlf Jtfvtrtisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  MOVING & STORAGE  .. WORLD WIDE MOVING  Long distance moving anywhere  in B.C., Canada & U.S.A.  A Complete Service  886-2192 MU 3-1393  Gibsons Vancouver  ~   !:..     992 Powell St."  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK, B.Cy  Dealers for PM Canadien, Mc-  Culloch and Homelite Chain S&ws  A Complete  Stock of Machines  and Parts for Maintenances  ���'     xx:/ and Repairs;   -Ax A  Telephone 8853521    "  NORM BURTON  V Your Odd Job Man  Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid, etc.  Res., Pratt Rd;,  Gibsons  ;    Phone 886-2048,   ,;  "STOCKWELL & SONS LTD.  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488. for  Bulldozing, Backhoe and front  end loader work. Screened. cement gravel, fill and road gravel.  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  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  Richter's Radio'..'- TV  Fine Home  Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record Bar  Phone 885-9777  SCOWS:    ~.  LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heayy Equipment .Moving  k";'   __ Log Towing.  Phorie 885-4425  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L:S.  LAND SURVEYING  ���'���'���."' SURVEYSk:kf-k-  P.O.  Box 37,  Gibsons  1334 West Pender St.,  Vancouver,* 5 Ph. MU 4-3611  BACKHOE   and   LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  ��� ZyxZ :f"Also kk ���  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.   KARATEEW,   Ph!  886-9826  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld. Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, 'Acy- Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-7721 Res.  886-9956  N. WkHALL      ====1  CONTRACTING  SHEET METAL INSTAUTI0N  DAVIS BAY  Phone 885-9606  y C & S-gAIJSS  For all your heating  requirements    ..  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE k  Also 'Oil- 'Installation  , Free estimates f ���  '���'; Furniture AxZx    Phorie 885-9713-X/Z  MASONS GARAGE  Dunlop tires & accessories  Electric welding, k  Wheel balancing;  Truck and car repairs   ',,  NORTH ROAD ��� GIBSONS  k      -       Ph. 886-2562  k  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties  Canada Permanent Mortgage  "'.,���:      Corp.  apply     ������'���:'���':  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  representative  Gibsons .886-2481  SHERIDAN   TV  SALES AND SERVICE  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  Ph. 885-9605 Coast News, Oct. 10,  1963.        7  Sechelt News  (By Mrs. A. A. FRENCH)  A visitor who has not -been  here for many "years, Stuart Als-  biiry of Vancouver was Saturday night's speaker at Frank  McCloskey's meeting as replacement' for Ray Perrault  Liberal party leader. ��� .. i ,  The Catholic Women's league  fall bazaar will' be held on  Thurs., Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. Legion  hall. Rummage sale auspices  L.A. Canadian,. Legion,',Oct... 18,  11 a.m. Same day Sunshine 'Re-'  bekah Lodge Fall bazaar 2 p.m.  Oct. 18 in St; Hilda's Parish hall.  On Oct. 19 Sechelt P.T.A. -sale  of good used children's clothing  in ithe school hall.- ^    ,  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell  of Selma Park flew to England  by jet and were fortunate to get  seats on the Canadian Legion.  conducted tour. They were piped-  on the plane iri Toronto. They  came back by jet after ' a  month's trip. The weather was  cold and they were glad to get  home.  Mr. and Mrs. T. Ivan Smith  and son Jimmy back after visiting Vancouver Island, and Vancouver.  Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 82  I.O.Q;F. attended a- church parade to St. Hilda's Anglican  Church and listened to., an inspiring; address by the Rev. J.  B. Fergusson. It was in commemoration of the 112th anniversary X of ythef founding of the f  Rebekah Degree.  pmrteo rsmern  9027  34-48  HAVE FUN on a budget���sew  this sleek, slimming sports quartet for very few dollars. Chanel-  style jacket, top, Bermuda  shorts, slacks���ideal for tweedy  rayons, wool. A  Printed Pattern 9027: Women's  Sizes 34,'36, 38, 40,<42, 44, 46, 48.  Yardages in pattern.  FORTY CENTS (40c) in coins  (no startps,. please) for this pattern. Printypiainly SIZE, NAME,  ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER..- 'k."  Send :order..fto MARIAN MARTIN, care ofv the .Coast News,  Pattern Dept;, 60 Front St.;yiTest,  Toronto, Ontk:-:-:,k  Oldsmobile's 1964 F-85 Cutlass models, are totally* new automobiles���  in styling, in engineering and in performance, and are..being, built  for the .first time in Canada. The Cutlass convertible, shown above,,  as wleUas. the-Cutlas.-i-coupe and Cutlass Holiday coupe, are equipped with bucket seats'and are powered by an ultra-high cornpres-.  sion version of the new Jetfire Rocket engine which delivers 260  horsepower.-Available.on-Cutlass models and oh all 1964- Fr85's is an  entirely new transmission, Jetaway, which provides smooth and-ef-  i ficient .transmission pf power: A ' ��� - ' ���   ''       '���...' "���",-.'" ���'  ,  (By C. D. SMITH)  you notice: that sometimes, the  most popular individual in school  is perhaps not the prettiest or  handsomest?  If you want to make someone  like you, be yourself. Be a. nice  person. Be friendly, be fun to be  with. Don't talk too much or too  little. Try to put people at ease  when they are with you arid you  will find that you yourself feel  more comfortable  MVlPJESSIOMl-Y  A'Tsa'usMtN-'s.'aus i  MICKEY COE  Bus.    TR    2-7411  Res.. BR.   7-6497  Zephyr Motors (1960) Ltd.  130  West Broadway  Vancouver, B.C.  THE   WEEK'S   LETTER:    "I  am 17 years' old! II will be a  'junior this "year in high school.  My problem is that. I..have difficulty with f my .weight. I' have  lost 15 pounds. This particular  boy has taken me to the movie.  I like him very;much. What. I  want to know is howf I can get  him to'like,-me-a ..-lot. Do you  think my weight has anything  to do with it?"  OUR REPLY: You forgot to  state whether your problem with  -weight wasf "too much or too  little." Either way, we must say  that weight is important because  the individual who is too heavy  or too thinydoes not- look her  best. If >ybu are overweight, ask  your parents1" to-'-let' you discuss  the problem with the family doctor . . .arid follow his recom-  mendatibris.  Appearance is important. We  should all try to look our best.  Yet it. is still possible to be  hand^ortie or pretty and. not be  too wellVlikedi This', is because  people'.like or. dislike us because  of the personality that we present to them, and because of our  attitudes and actions ��� what we  are  and  what  we  do.. Haven't  If you have a teenage problem you want to discuss, or an  observation to make, address  your letter to FOR AND ABOUT  TEENAGERS. ��� Coast News.  AVAILABLE AT  GIBSONS  Come and See Them  Cooking School  ���    v-.   . '*=      r- ^    -        : ----- :r?**    , 'j  :-'   Pende^ Harbour  High School Auditorium  FRIDAY, OCT. 25  A        i*       .  )...'. 8 p.m,  C0HE AND ENJOY AN EVENING OF COOKING FUN WITH  B.C. POWER AND HYDRO AUTHORITY CONSULTANTS  ADMISSION  $1  YOU MAY WI1S AK ELECTRIC STOVE  Sponsored by  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL AUXILIARIES  Pender Harboiir and Halfmoon Bay in association with  , Electrical Dealers  Scholarships for  Indian youths  Twenty-two federal department of Indian affairs' scholarships,' ranging in value from  $250 to $1,750, have been awarded to Indian students to enable  them to undertake, or to continue, their studies. This is the  seventh successive year scholarships, based on academic ability,  scholarship of $1,400 to take a  leadership qualities and character; have been awarded. The  British Columbia region award  went to Miss Irene Daisy Milton,  Kitsequkla Band, a , university  pre-medicine course at the University of Alberta.  STENOGRAPHER WANTED  " Z-AA :iX-x:     ��� Uy i   yf XAA[; !    ���;' y-f>' -.-i k "��� "  A  full time'stenographer  for ElphiristonekSecondaiy' School  commencing October 16, 1963.,   . ...  For particulars concerning hours -and duties- please, contact the  Principal, Mr. W.'S., Potter.  k    A       A  >>4     .-������  <3    ������/���  The Board  of School Trustees,  School  District?&0k-fr ^Sechelt),  DANGEROUS METHOD  Never attempt to remove a  blockage in a gun barrel by trying to shoot it out, warns the  Winchester-Western Hunter Safety Clinic. Leave it to a professional armourer, or the result  can be a burst barrel.       -  Ti  BACKFILLS ��� R0ADW0RK ��� RETAINING WALLS  BASEMENT EXCAVATION - PILE DRIVING  BREAKWATER & FLOAT CONSTRUaiON  GODFREY AGENCIES  Box 107, Gibsons  Ph. 886^9350  how's your HPQ?>  ���HousePower Quotient! An opportunity for you to check up on your home's electrical bill of health - and maybe plug in on better living. Got a sharp pencil? Got  D  ���  H-p you reset circuit  breakers gr blow/ -ft/ises.  ���frequently, checkthi's box.;  the house ? Setter:  check 11 m this toox.'    ������  Bver c\o &round,under'  (or through) furniture*  to glug w a lamf^ch^h^  fri^f^dbecm^e your;  present Wiring Wovtt;  ha Kid le adtryer orqth^rz V -  major appliance ? ctidck.  :'���'-' X.A  ���   '       > -./������' X/A     . /   .";���������* y  Ever k>eew in the dark,  after one ��pp\iande  too many ?  Check it I  Toast too pale? Shaver  If you haverit checked :  any of the   a bove (hoy\-  est ly, nowi) check -this ;  box. And smile.You're   f  ihe >on& homeowner    j  m five \A/\tV\adequatehousepowerl  Any of these symptoms sound familiar? It's time you had a complete free  HousePower Examination. Remedy? Rewiring to HousePower standards. Husky  100 amp service" entrance. .Generous branch circuits. Lots of outlets and  switches. Safe, efficient capacity for ail your present appliances. Your future  ones, too.        k .'. - .... -,.  For a:free HousePower'Checkup, see your electrical contractor. If work.is  needed, he'll give you an estimate. (The cost is generally less than the price  of a first-class paint job.) Youir contractor will tell you how you can budget  the work on easy monthly payments, toc>  ���>:\J  B.C. HYDRO  "'.'    PLUG IN ON BETTER LIVING WITH ���  Hoimpom/t  PARKER'S  HARDWARE  LTD.  SECHELT, B.C. ��� Ph. 895-2171  C  & S  SALES &  SERVICE  SECHELT, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-9713  RICHTER'S  RADIO   &  TV   CENTRE  SECHELT, B.C. ��� Phone 885-9777  x.  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  -.i* ���::,-;* iXXAXXtPh. .886r2442  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  Phone 886-9325  J. J. ROGERS CO. LTD.  GIBSONS, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-9333 .    MEETINGS  of  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  "    "'      'BIBLE-.STUDY ������<x ���-/���������  Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Selma  Park, Sechelt (2), West Sechelt,  Madeira Park.  TJues. ������- B. p.m.      ,    .,,;���  Ministry School  Kingdom "Hall, Thurs., 7:30 p.m.  Service Meeting  Kingdom Hall,' Thurs., 8:30 p.m.  Public Talk  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 7 p.m.  Watchtower   Study  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 8 p.m.  The  Kingdom Hall is   at  Selma Park  No  Collections  8       Coast News,   Oct.   10,   1963.  Coal was first mined in Cape  Breton Island in 1672 and in Alberta in.;1872.v ' ; k:  ,i.  .��r.*  sagSS-lifNfc  >M  r^Mm^.  TOWING SERVICE  Peninsula Motors  Ltd.  Phone  DAYS ��� 885-2111  NITES - 885-2155  IHWV'S has again won  [)ii kNiins Golden Cup Award  TO CELEBRATE  FRIDAY, OCT. 11 ���7* 9:30 p.m.  | is now prepared  | to fill your glass needs  | WINDOWS ��� MIRRORS ��� REPAIRS  % Located in former premises of Peninsula Glass  \\% below Cibsons Varieties in Seaside Plaza                  kg  B We invite your enquiries ��� prompt service'will be bur. aim     g  | Phone S86-2404 X                                 j  SmnmTO��nuuu\i��n��unintt\ttu\uiniMiniMrom  Have your Thanksgiving Dinner in the  ���warm friendly : ^  $1.t5pir.plate -r Children under 12 half-price.  v"*    Phone 886-2472 for reservation* ;  ;  :.     Open 12 noon to 8 p.m.  LISSI LM^M^  TROPICAL FISH  AQUARIUMS ��� HEATERS ��� FILTERS  HOLLAND BULBS  Good selection of Fruit Trees, Shrubs and Evergreens  Fall Rye and Peat Moss  Jean & Bi'l Lissiman���Ph. 886-9345���Hopkins Landing  *:*���   SECHELT -BOWING ALLEYS  A.   A- ��� (By EVEpfOSCBIP) :'  f   Ladies: Lola Caldrv^lT734 (296)  kDp^thf;Smity?80- k?r    _���.���  ^Pender:' Gordon? freeman "281,  ..', CharliefHauka^3p5'kjk y       __  Peninsula Commercial: Bronnie  ': Wilson   702   (2ti2),   Dick  Clayton  _��� 73.9 (323), .Pearl7rMaqKenzie 291,  Danny Holland 289, Gordon Freeman 310, Vi  Budzko 252f.  ."  Sports Club: Eleanor Carter  658, Millie Forbes 247, Howard  Carter 655, Dick Gray 275.  Ball ������-'& Chain: Manford Cook  785 (290), Al Lynn 676 (284), Marg  Neilson 569..  - High School: Ted Johnson 343  (183), Arlene Johnson 281, Uenda  Stroshein 167.  Pee Wees: Rita Oho 246 (144),  Gary Lawson 316 (190).  E & M BOWLADROME  (By ED CONNOR)  : This week Rebels of Port Mellon League rolled team high three  of 2864 and Jets of Commercial  League-team high single of 1014.  League Scores:  Gibsons B:   A5  2650  (948). M.  McMurry 602, E. Connor 727 (290)  Tues. Coffee: Early Birds 2512  (941)": B.  Swanson 521, C. Fisher  502 (240), I. Jewitt 619, A. John-  g    son515v L.  Campbell  515  (240),  '"%.    R. Nordquist 631 (275), N. Doug-  %    las 680 (337).  i Merchants: Jim's TV 2568 (922)  | B. McFarlane 622 (245), J. Low-  g den 643, T. Herman 604, J. Lark.  |    man 620.  i    .   Gibsons A:   Fleas  2762  (1008).  i    L.  Pilling  632 (293), M.  Connor  i   .637   (245),  E.   Shadwell   617,   H.  i    Shadwell 654 (286), B. Fisher 250.  B       Ladies Wed.: Gibson Girls 2450  |     (886).   I.   Jewitt   567,   D.   Crosby  1    681 (273), I. Plourde 543.  ��       Teachers Hi:  Sure  Shots 2585,  i ��� (900). M. Volen 649 (287), G. Ya-  -B    blonski 635 (240).  I        Commercials: Jets 2749 (1014).  J.  Clement  674 (317), J.  Drummond 679 (272), E. Shadwell .271,  H. Jorgenson 606 (243), R. New  man 246, T. Connor 242, I. Hen-  drickson 249.  Port Mellon: Rebels 2864 (1001)  ;  J.  Sarafen 250,  J.  Larkman: 649  (280), C. Shepherd 684 (261), M.  ;  Hostland 665 (249), A. Holden 688  (278), A. Godfrey 654 (268).  THURS;,  FRI. ��� Oct.  10  & 11  Charlton Heston, Elsa Martinelli  THE PIGEON THAT TOOK ROME  Starts* at 8Apjn..-, Out; at 10 p.m4  :'' SAT., MON. -- ���'Oct. 12 & 14  Disney Live Action f  TEN WHO DARED  (Technicolor)  Disney Featurette ���  ISLANDS OF THE SEA  (Technicolor)  Two Shows Saturday, 8 p.m.  and 10 p.m.  SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13  MIDNIGHT SHOW  Vincent Price, Mark Damon  THE HOUSE OF USHER  (Technicolor1)  ADULT  DOORS  OPEN ,12 MIDNIGHT  FROM THE TALL TIMBER  COUNTRY..  [the saw with LIVE power!  Special  3 ONLY BRAND NEW  PM270a��     0  DISCOUNT  SEE THEM AT:  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK ��� Ph. 885-9521  ZEPHYR MOTORS  APPOINTMENT  Ball & Chain: Ups and Downs  2608 (988) E. Gill 257, D. Carroll  243, JR. Nordquist 655 (257).  .   JM&n'skG. Edmonds-.601 (246),  W. * Anderson'* 663.,,(242, 26_$��V1_VW  Connor 666 (256). ��.      ^    :jf     y.,  , Juniors: Chuck BruceT^Cg^lH^,  211'n^Mike Clement "172.     v* *t!"'  i\\m.\m\m\\\\\\m\\m  learn professional  short cuts in sewing  8 LESSONS FOR $15  STARTING OCT. 25  Also drapes and slip covers  For information   Ph. 886-9803  E. E. (MICKEY) COE  Mr. Weldon.McFarlane, president of Zephyr Motors is  pleased to announce the  appointment , of Mr. E. E.  (Mickey) Coe as sales representative���effective immediately. Mr. Coe has had over  17 years automotive experience in the lower mainland  and Sechelt areas and looks  forward to being of greater  service to his many friends  in regard to their automobile  and truck needs. Zephyr Motors located at 130 W. Broadway is the exclusive Mercury  automobile and truck dealer  in Vancouver.  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  Ph.   885-9525  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring  Tuesday to Saturday  Bar-iJB-Q CKicken f  y and . ;)  Fresh Daily Donuts  Cheaper by the Dozen '. *  PHONE,YOUR ORDERS IN ADVANCE  GIBSONS ��� Ph. 886-9585  Milk and Bread available for late shoppers    r  Shea's Drive Inn's Ltd.  Quality - Service - Economy  ALL-SEASON  TRACTION TIRES  inn iiilji mil in-mjuiuiij mm   mi m ii. HUsU.!  ��*^^^^^***  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired  Drainage Fields Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  TOWN & COUNTRY  $00.90  for  only  33  *t iiii'ii'inr Miijf'.*rS  i23iummm'~'~  GIBSONS  niiRiinnnir  CENTRE  R. WHITING, DC.,  CLOSED OCT. 15 & 16  Marine Drive, hear  Gibsons Municipal Hall  8S��-^843  a   All new Firestone tires carry this  DOUBLE GUARANTEE of quality  1   Guaranteed against defects in workmanship and mate-  ������ rials for the life of the original tread.  2  Guaranteed against normal road haz-urd. (except repair-     ;  ��� able punctures) encountered in everyday passenger car'  t-�� for tl�� number of months specified. k  Under these guarantees repairs are made without  charge, replacements are pro-rated on trea4 wear and  based on list prices current at time of adjustment.  c & t tire mm  Gibsons Shell Service  Phone S8G-2572 .  . *       s  Ken's Lucky Dollar Store  Phone 886-2563  FREE DELIVERY  SMOKED  Dry Belt Potatoes  Brussel Sprouts  100 1b. SACK  $3.69  JL lbs. for 4%f C  i�������������������������������������� ����������������������������������������*������*�������������������������������������������������������������  SWANSONS  BEEF  CHICKEN    1T  TURKEY    I\eW  69c  H  v^  KRAFTS CHEESE WHIZ  KRAFTS VELVEETA CHEESE  16 oz.  16 oz.  !������������.���������#���������������������������������-������#������������������-���������������  l on any qrder oyer $5 you  may purchase 1 lb AIBerta Butter for  {������������������������������-���la-f������������������-���������������������_������������������������<  ^������������������������������������^���������������������i  ^���������������(������aapeaai  We have a complete selection of fine foods  to r��a^  a happy one

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