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 .GOLDEN CUP*A#$#D   "��,  % '  G^FFEk ^   *"��  at DANNY'S  COFFEE-HOUSE & ^lOTEL  '     'Gibsoris ���* Ph." 886-9815  Provincial Library,  Victoria,. B. C.  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE  COAST  > , Published  in  Gibsons, B.C.      Volume   17,   Nuinber39,   Octobsi 3, 1963.  7c per copy  -A COMPLETE LINE  OF MEN'S'CLOTHING  Marine  Men's Wear  .Ltd. .AA.l   .'.'���''  '  Ph.  886-2116 '4- -Gibsons," B.C,  More room p. o. hours  in schools  Faced with an increasing school  population, ' Sechelt District  School Board is now preparing a  school loan bylaw referendum  which will be placed before rate,  payers before Christmas.  This bylaw has become necessary because of increasing pressure on existing school classrooms and equipment. Last April,  Referendum No. 3 was placed before the ratepayers and on a  small vote it was defeated for  the lack of 25 more favorable  votes which would have given  the school board the means to increase school accommodation,  needed then, and needed now  even inore. f;        ._   yy.f  TheF|boardysought: af total of;  $24C|700 which would have pro-  videdrfsites, a new Gibsons Elementary school building, an extension at Pender Harbour and  "furniture and equipment for both.  Other costs, were involved to cover1 plans and contingencies.  Scout heads  to visit area  The annual general meeting of  the Mount Elphinstone District,  Boy Scouts of Canada, will be  held at Camp Earl Haig, Roberts  Creek at 8:30 p.m. on Monday,  Oct. 21.  k kkyf."  Fred Huish, regional field commissioner and Neville Reid, president of the Vancouver Coast region will attend. Mr. Eric Prittie,  chairman of the nominating committee will present candidates for  election for the coming year.  An invitation is extended to all  who are interested, inf the Scout  atnd Cub 'movement-iiv-this warear*  to support the council by attend,  ing this meeting. Light refreshments will be served after the  business meeting.  Swim refunds  The Kinsmen Club of Gibsons  thank all the children who took  part in this years swimming  classes. :..-������*  Any child in the Gibsons or  Roberts Creek area who attended 75% of these classes can now  receive their refund of $1 by  stopping in at the Gibsons Barbel* Shop any time' in the next  two weeks.  Special thanks goes to all the  families in the Hopkins area who  donated their dollars to help us  meet expenses. Any money not  picked up within the two weeks  will go to the Kinsmen Play-  Ground fund.  Winter ferry schedule changes  have caused new times to be set  fcr mail departure from Gibsons.  Starting Oct. 1 the mail for  Vancouver closes at 3 p.m. Mail  from Vancouver will reach Gibsons at 9:05 a.m. with public  pick-up time at least one hour  later.  Roberts Creek  silver wedding  The ranch-style home of Mr.  and Mrs. Clarence Hilchie, Roberts Creek, with its wide windows overlooking the gulf, was  the scene of a surprise party on  Saturday which honored the couple on their 25th wedding anniversary.'. .*   :x./y.:,:.:.- 'Z.\  Present were members who  participated in the wedding ceremony which took place in Vancouver on Sept. 23, 1938. They  were Mrs. W. Clark,f matron' of  honor, Norma Chambers, flower  girl, and Jim Sullivan, best man.  Flowers from Vancouver and  from the Sandberg :gardens dec?.,  orated the rooms and graced the  abundant buffet supper which  was  served/.  From Vancouver, bearing gifts  of silver, were the couple's son,  George, and his bride of three  weeks; Heather; Mri and Mrs. J.  Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Bud  Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.  Cobbin, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cob-  bin. ���  Local friends who attended  were Mr and Mrs. W. Clark, Mr.  and Mrs. E. Sandberg, Mr. and  Mrs. Jock McLean arid Mr. and  Mrs. A. Crawford. They presented the Hilchies with a silver teapot.  Log-rollers win  Results of the annual Penin-;  sula Hotel sports ? day are as follows : Gibsons A arid ^District  Horseshoe championship singles  won by M. jTurik. Doubles won  by R. Cramer arid George Weal.  Log rolling- competition, Henry  Johnson, Sechelt; Ken Skytte,  Halfmoon Bay. Log rolling, barefoot, Ed. Rhodes, Norm Berdahl.  Tug-of-war, won by.Sechelt Native boys. The women of Sechelt  beat the men from Gibsons in  -the-sack race.   rav$ retains  TONY GARGRAVE  Teen dance  The Teenagers'   Dance at * Se-;  chelt,   sponsored  by   the   Royal  Canadian Legion, Branch 140, re-1  ceived good support from the lok-  cal merchants., 'f :k   Friday's dance was patronized ',  by 116 students, all of whom en-."'  joyed ftheiriselveskand their be-f  haviour was a credit to thecom-y  munityk ������-���������.- - X'ZAXA'Z   AA'AXZZ'AA.  Great praise; must go to Morris  Hemstreet as M.Ci whose diplomacy ;'and-popularity lends to the ,  success cf. these  dances,    f  This week's prizes were donated by Chris' Variety St^re, Parker's Hardware and ..Kruse Drug ;  Store.  They were, won  by  Sally:  Burdett  and' Richard   Emerson,  r^f^ianm? and Hentfe  ��� Th^CTipsonj^Gerry- Swan son* ~_frra"  -Chris  Smith.  The Legion endeavors to carry  on with all forms of recreation  and amusement for our young citizens. The next -dance will be  held orr Fri.,fOct; 25, 8 to 11:30  jp.m. yX^y ��� Z.  Tony Gargrave, New Democratic Party candidate and sitting  (member in the legislature was re-elected in Monday's provincial  ivote with a majority of approximately 347. Mrs. Isabel.Dawson.they  }Social Credit candidate came second and Frank McCloskey, Liberal"  candidate was third well behind Mrs.'Dawson.  Here is an unofficial count of votes in polls which are along  1 this coastline, an official tabulation will follow when it is available:  Port Mellon  Hopkins  Gibsons  Roberts Creek  Wilson  Creek  Sechelt   :  Halfmoon Bay  Madeira Park  Irvines Landing  Egmont  Westview  : Powell River  Ocean  Falls  In the 1960 election Tony Gargrave obtained 4,952 votes and in  Monday's, election the available figure which might change .slightly  was 4,076.  Vince Bracewell for Social Credit iri 1960 polled 3,167 votes  and on Monday Mrs. Isabel Dawson polled 3,728 which figure may  change slightly also as some out of the way polls report.  Frank McCloskey who ran in 1960 on the Liberal ticket polled  2,058 then and in Monday's election he obtained 2,019 which showed  a loss of only 37 votes.  In 1960 David Moon ran as a Conservative and polled 487 votes.  It is surmised these votes went to the Social Credit candidate.  Sewage system  Lib.  s.c.  NDP  23  42  91  26  ^56  37  182  407  403  53  140  117  29  63  38  169  275  166  28  70  ''     53  42  94  118  31  44  43  16  34  36  452  785  903  168  204  326  201  282  322  YOUR LICENSE PLATE?  A commercial license plate  numbered C28-041,picked up en  the highway, has been turned in  to the Coast News office where  it car. be claimed.  Rummage sale  A Jobie rurrimage sale will be  held in the new United Church  hall'Sat., Oct. 12 from 10 a.m. to  3 p,m. There will be a great variety of goods, all in good condition and at exceptionally low prices.. - ������ -Al': /���  . There will also be a bake sale;  and a plant stand. It is hoped  that everyone will come to the  sale and support the efforts of  Job's Daughters.  Fuschias discussed  Taking advantage of the glorious late summer, members of  Gibsons Garden Club turned out'  in full force for the September  meeting held in the attractive  garden of Capt. and Mrs. W. Thomas. Mr. A. Craven,, president,  gave his usual cheery Welcome to  members and visitors. Plans were  riiade for a flowerfarid plant display to be -held in October. Fur- ;  ther details pf this i^will be announced at;a later date.     ,  Business, was kept tb a minimum in order to hear Mrs.:Mor-;  ris talk on the care.and growing  of fuschias. Mrs., Morris, with  her extensive study and long experience in growing!.fuschias held  an interested- audience. Fuschias,  she said, have a hundred years of  cultivation behind them. They  were first known as My Lady's  Earrings, and,looking.at;the various blossoms' that Mrsl Itfdrris  had on display,��� it' was easy toy  associate they (lainty exquisiteX  blossoms to ffare Jewels:1 There  are almost a hundred varieties of  fuschias. A tiny slip, with proper  care, can develop into a. priste  plant. The plants like shao�� and  moisture and good drainage.';:  In hot weather, the speaker  recommended ��� spraying with water twice or three times daily.  Aphis, when first spotted can be  controlled with the usual spray,  but should the plant become badly infested, burn it.  Mrs: Morris invited the members to, visit her gardens next  July when the fuschias are at  their best. A hearty vote of  v thanks was given the speaker.  Mrs. Lawson held the winning  ticket on'_.:the plant donated by  Mrs. Morris.'       <  The usual social half hour with  tea and refreshments was enjoyed. Guests, seemed reluctant to  leave this picturesque setting  looking out to the small islarids  that dot the sparkling waters of  Georgia Strait.    During the season's tour of local garaens, it became apparent  to .me;mbers-:and out-of-tojyn visi-  itors ' alike ftHa'ty (Gibsons is a village.Aof hidden beauty spots ���  beautiiui-; garderis lay hidden  away at the end oi a woodsy trail  or perhaps Behind a shiny: leaded hedge. Each is different. Each  has its own- distinctive setting,  and each is a joy and an inspir-  atiori to the. viator.  Kinettes plan  rummage sale  Sechelt Kinettes have started  another active year with the new  executive consisting of Mrs.  Dianne '��� Benner .as president;  Mrs. Wilma Stephanson, vice-  president; Krs. Helen Phillips,  secretary arid Mrs. Anne Rennie,  *' treasurer. X '  At the* season's .first meeting  it was decided toehold a rummage and bake sale in Hospital  . Cottage, Oct. 17 starting at 1:30  p.m. This event will be featured  by a draw for a crocheted bedspread and a pair of ornamental  v poodles. These, items are now on  display at Chris's Variety shop.  Tickets for' the draws are available from any kinette. Proceeds  will go towards the furnishing  of a room in the new hospital.  Tea will be served at the rummage sale and any one having  articles ? for this sale should  phone 885-2067 or,2192.  f  SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY  The Rev. A. , Willis, lately of  Surrey will be speaker at the  Sunday School rally of the Baptist church in the old United  Church building on Sunday, Oct.  6 at 9:45 a.m. Friends and. parents are urged to attend.  (u\MUwnuuMittnniinumMnwiMnmmnmiiuifflnuinum**  CNIB collecting  A news item in Vancouver  newspapers to the effect, the  Canadian National Institute for  the Blind was not canvassing for  funds applies only to the Vancouver* area, Ted Henniker,  CNIB campaign chairman for  this area reports.  Because the Vancouver CNIB  comes under., the Community  Chest it does not solicit funds  in the Vancouver area. For the  rest of the province including  the Sunshine Coast, it is necessary to'use local canvassers so  furidsycan be collected and turned over to the CNIB for use in  the province.  ''?������ A   special    meeting    Tuesday  j-night of Gibsons  village  council  J discussed  in a general way the  ^possibilities    of.   constructing    a  |sewage system for the'village.  Y  Aided by a report prepared by  ijMartin J. J.   Dayton,  consulting  fengineer, council viewed the fu-  ^ure^fGibsons^n .expanded1jfPJ3nO  ^arftj^wlfefc^hek^expW^-sfrea"  when included would mean in the  construction of an effluent sewage system.  It was also suggested by Mr.  Davton that the village should  first consider expansion of its  present water system so the pro.  posed sewage system would operate in  an efficient manner.  Immediate .involvement of the  Health Centre in the proposed  new system will riiean that a sewer system from it to be laid soon  could be tied in with the village  system without further expense.  Council has had this under con-  Auxiliary plans  potiuck supper  The news of the start of preliminary work on the new hospital added much interest to last  week's tea put on by Gibsons  Hospital auxiliary.  The tea was a success thanks  to the many persons who attended. Nearly $78 was added to the  auxiliary's hospital fund and  jam and jelly donations for St.  Mary's Hospital filled the table.  The auxiliary thanks all who  kindly brought or sent their contributions. The dozens of jars  have already found their place  at the hospital for enjoyment of  the patients.  Thanks also go to Mrs. M. McKay who made the pretty py-  jama doll which was raffled and  won by Mrs. N. Rudolph of Port  Mellon, one of the nine new  members signed up at the tea.  All members and guests are  reminded of the 7:30 p.m. Pot  Luck Supper on Oct. 10 in the  Anglican Church Hall. Members  are requested to please bring a  _ supper dish. The; regular meeting will follow this supper.. Anyone interested in the auxiliary  is cordially invited to attend.  sideration for some .time: Council has approved the system to  be installed at the Health:Centre.  The whole problem of an effluent  sewage system. was then tabled  for future consideration after approving in principle Mr. Dayton's  report.  -i...  I ������'>".iy?><i'.:~''-*.'-*'"-J    Vf? ������.' W  creative drama  Classes in creative dramatics  will be held at Wilson Creek  Community hall starting Saturday of this week under direction  of Mrs. Hazel Critchell.  Creative dramatics or playmak-  jng with children is concerned  w'th personal development  through creative group experience, concentrating, on the development of the child's own creative powers. Planned by children  and played spontaneously with  improvised dialogue it is never  twice the same. It gives each  child an avenue of self-expression  PJaymaking includes spn-jch  therppy, pantomime, muse appreciation and social adjustment  arid is good for the shy child, the  over-imaginative, the timid, the  slow learner and the boastful.  Stories from literature are used  according to the age of the child.  The fourth annual Sunshine  Coast Recreation, convention was  held Sat., Septl .21 in' the Canadian Legion Hall, Gibsons, with  Consultant Tom Ruben and  speakers James Paton, as chairman director, Community Programs branch of the Department of Education, Mervyn  Oversen, director Dunbar Community centrej and Douglas Of-  ferhaus member. of the board  of directors, British Columbia  Recreation association.  Jim Paton spoke on the steps  taken by the Programs branch  to date towards finding a recreation director for the Port Mellon to Pender Hai'bour area. It  is hoped, he. said, that a director might be at work in this area  next spring.  Merv Oversen, referring to ac- .  tivities he has found successful  at Dunbar Community centre, attendance j. at which averages  about 2,500 a week, suggested  ways in which local recreation,  commissions might work with a  director to attain effective results. A glance at its calendar  of activities : reveals that as  many;as 18 junior and 17 senior  classes,' ranging from judo to  string orchestra, are held during  the course of a single day at the  Dunbar Centre. .''  Doug Offerhaus' spoke of the  desirability for local -recreation  commissions to become -members  of the British Columbia Recrea;  tion association, which body  through annual provincial conventions, passes, resolutions- that  carry weight with the cabinet. 3n  its    formulation   of    recreation  policy kk -    ���:-������ -     ������      -   -.\  Z    ConsultantffToiii' "Ruben * *con-  ' eluded the day's  discussions in  ': which, 'all delegatesiparticipated,  - wtth a stafementrthajF parks- and  recreation programs are currently costing  about $6  per person  in this province, and a caution  that      recreation      comniissions  have  a duty  to ensure  insofar  as they are able, that this sum  is spent economically and effectively.     -., -:-.' \. .-.- ���������������:������  Delegates . Fcrrfa Gallier,  r;i��?<>-����� rr^ofh. Jack Willis, Frank  T��Vpst and Gordon Taylor represented Port Mellon; Florence  McSavaney, Roberts Creek; Ada  Dawe and Sam Dawe, Sechelt;  Lucille Holderi, Arlene Godfrey,  Sam Fladager, Eugene Yablonski and Les Peterson, Gibsons:  Luncheon was served at Danny's  dining room.   .  STAGE SHOW COMING  Television recording star Evan  Kemp will be in the area at Pender Harbour^ Friday night and  Roberts Creek 'Saturday night  with his stage show and dance  band. On both evenings the entertainment will start at 8 p.m.  PUP FOUND  If you have lost a Doberman  Pinscher pup please phone Mrs.  Bill Gibb at 886-2667.  Wins scholarship  Among the scholarship awards  presented pupils of Elphinstone  Secondary school this year is  that of Janet Kruse, daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Rae Kruse,  Granthams. She was presented  with a $108 Government of British  Columbia  scholarship.  This information contained in  a letter from Hon. L. R. Peterson, minister of education and  read as follows: On behalf of  the government of British Columbia I would like to extend  sincere congratulations on the  standing you obtained in recent  examinations and to inform you  that you have qualified for a  Government of British Columbia  Scholarship to assist you to undertake further studies.  STORY HOUR  The Gibsons Public Library  Children's Story Hour will reopen Saturday morning at 10 a.m.  on October 12. All children are  welcome.  ' " ' "'���:  The Library desires to obtain  all overdue outstanding books. No  fines will be charged during October if.books are returned.  SOCCER  (By GOALIE)  Team  Port Mellon  Gibsons Merchants  Gibsons United  Sechelt Residential School  Roberts Creek  Sechelt Warriors  Sechelt Legion  P  3  3  3  2  2  2  3  W  2  2  1  1  1  0  0  L  0  0  0  1  1  2  3  T      F      A  15       0  1 12        2  2 5       2  0     16        4  0       13  0       0       4  0       1      25  Pt.  5  5  4  2  2  0  0  COPE APPOINTED  Mr:'B.' Cope of Roberts Creek  has been named vice-president of  the British Columbia SPCA, D.  A. Beeching, executive director  announced following, an executive  meeting of the organization.  Results of games played on  Sunday, Sept. 29:  Port Mellon 2, Sechelt Legion 0.  Gibsons Merchants 1, Gibsons  United 1.  Sechelt Warriors 0, Roberts  Creek 1.  As the results of last Sunday's  games do not establish any one  team with a clear lead in the  standings we shall have to wait  for another week and then see if  any one team moves to the top.  Either Port Mellon   or  Gibsons  Merchants can do the trick with  the former having a real hard ono  at Sechelt. The Thunderbirds so  far have had a good stuffy defence with no goals against them,  but they will be hard pressed to  keep the sheet clean on Sunday.  Games scheduled for Sunday,  Oct. 6 are as follows:  Sechelt Res. School vs. Port  Mellon.  Sechelt Legion vs. Sechelt Warriors.  Roberts Creek vs. Gibsons Merchants. Coast   News,  Oct.  3,  1963.  IV6 BEEN READING  ABOUT INTHe LOST  AHQ&HJHD ADS!  BLACK SPOT AROUND  uept eye-weLC,u/e>  serrER PrtoNGTH'  owner now/  > ..��� --^.' ���     ��� ��� ���  The Davis Ottawa Diary  COAST NEWS WAHT ADS ARI: REAL SALESMEN  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher     Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  RO. Box 280, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second class mail for payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Community  'twspapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  fetes and foreign, $3.50 per year.  in a free country, we are all responsible.  ��� Governor General Vanier  Helping the littleraan ? ?  If a government sets out to help the little man, as the term goes,  and finishes up by having the little man wondering why someone else  got more than he, whom the government was trying to help, what  would the little man say?  Would he be jumping for joy? Would be regard the government  as his benefactor?  Perhaps the reader may wonder what is to come. Well ��� let's  consider the home-owner grant on this basis: It is supposed to help  the little man and penalize the more wealthy.  Joe Blow has a big enough home for his use aind he and his wife  are happy to pay only $1 tax on their property, taxed at $50. A couple  of blocks away there is a more wealthy man and his wife, in a home  which has been taxed at $100. He also will pay only a $1 tax.  Think back now and regard the little man who has paid $1 on a  950 taxation. Then think of the more wealthy inan who has paid only  $1 of a $100 municipal property tax.  Is this fair? When the home-owner grant was at is lower level,  say $50, equality did exist but with the home-owner grant soaring  and as has been predicted, to $100 or more, inequality plunges. in  and creates a problem. The little irian the' government is trying to  kelp must do something about it.  It" is quite likely many of the "little people" voted for the Bennett government because of the home-owner grant. Perhaps it might  sink in slowly that the home-owner grant is a most inequitable way.  in which to distribute proceeds from our : natural resources, which  was how Hon. Eric Martin explained the home-owner grant while  speaking at Sechelt before the election.  If reasonable equality is a hope in the distribution of natural resources proceeds perhaps a reduction of the sales tax might be of  more general use. On the other hand Mr. Peterson, the minister of  education regards the home-owner grant as an assistance to education costs. It might be better to put the entire proceeds from natural  resources directly into education and forget the desire to help the little Joe Blow who will eventually decide he is getting the worst of Uie  lome-owner grant deal.  The marketplace in action  In New York, at any rate, the initiative and enterprise of the  jounger generation is certainly not dead.  Capitalizing on the fact that the Children's Zoo admits adults  only if accompanied by a child, a group of youngsters have, established a business of renting themselves, at 25c each, to adults who want  to see the zoo but don't happen to have a child with them.  Here, in a nutshell, is an example of the law of demand and supply at work in the marketplace. It goes a long way towards explain-  ng why goods and services to meet virtually any demands are pro-  Jbced far more readily in a free economy than in a planned economy.  Indeed, can anyone conceive the trouble a hapless planner would  aave in convincing a group of youngsters that they had to conduct  adults through a zoo?  Be  seen  ��� ��� ��� ���  Be safe!  British Columbia's annual  Hunter Safety week began on  election day, Sept. 30. Sponsored  By the B.C. Federation of Fish  _ Game Clubs, the theme this  year will be ... Be Seen - Be  Safe . . . and thousands of back  bumpers of automobiles around  British Columbia will proclaim  this slogan in florescent letters.  With the hunting season open  since the end of August there  Have been no major accidents  and no major injuries. However,  the most dangerous period of  the year is early October.  This year October will be even  more dangerous because of mild  weather throughout the province.  This has left leaves on trees  where in other years frost could  have cut them down, making  visibility difficult and calling for  ven closer attention to the old  ���imonition ��� Be Sure of what  ou Shoot.  The woods and fields of Brit-  ! Columbia,will be posted with  _>,000    reminders    about    good  hunter manners this year, the  B.C. Federation of Fish & Game  Clubs announces.  In co-operation with the B.C.  government department of recreation and conservation, farm  lands throughout the province  will be posted with yellow No  Hunting Except with Owner's  Permission signs. Signs are  available to land owners at the  federation office, Villa Motor.  Hotel, Burnaby.  It is illegal in British Columbia to enter on private land without permission of the owner, and  itrs also pretty annoying to a  land owner to find an unwanted >  trespasser in* his midst.        ���  Through use of the hunting  with permission signs, members  of rod and gun clubs throughout the province have been able  to open up thousands of new  acres to hunters and the number  of acres will continue to grow  as long as hunters stop and go  through the simplest motions of  courtesy and ask permission, a  Federation spokesman said.  Canada's trade minister^ Mr.  Mitchell Sharp, having just signed the ���^iggest,r,($500 million)  wheat contract -in Canada's ..history, gave short shrift to Soviet,  delegate S. - "A. ^Borisov's ' point  that trade is _a two-way street  and with Russiabuying so much  from"* Canada it would 'behoove  Canada to buy more from the  Soviet Union.      " --.*'..    ,"*  Mr. Sharp's attitude was that'  Russia should do her best to increase her sales here, but this  was a free-enterprise economy  and she would have to launch  her own sales campaign.' ��� \   '  A  He didn't seem to think'the'  Russians would have much success. He left the implication.that  Canada didn't, owe Russia much-  , as a result of the wheat deal ���<  and that, -in fact, the Canadian*  negotiators had the Russians  over a barrel, since we had the  wheat and the Russians wanted  it and couldn't get it anywhere  else.  This attitude, expressed by  Mr. Sharp after the Soviet negotiators left, may have been calculated to set at rest any fears  that Canada, by putting so many  of her export eggs in the Communist basket, might be in danger of going soft on communism.  Such criticism could come  from United States sources, particularly as about eight percent  of the wheat jsale to Russia is  going to wind up in Communist  Cuba, with Russia paying the;  shot.  Mr. Sharp has one ready ��� he  is on record with a series of  speeches, aimed at American  audiences, pleading with the  U.S. to buy more from Canada'  in order to cut Canada's adverse balance of payments with  the U.S. He can plead, Canada  simply cannot afford to turn any  customers away. He can alro  label the Russian'1 wheat Ce-Al,  like the earlier ones with Cor>  munist China -and Poland;' as.  matters of economic expediency.  ���- The Russians took what th .-y  could get in the/ contract.. B ;t  rid amount pf bargaining could  get the''Canadian negotiators to  make special import concessions*  1 to the Soyiets.  The degree to which the Russians hope'to penetrate the Canadian market was .described b:/  Mr. Borisov just after he signed  the new trade agreement.  ��� Scarcely '. mentioning  . wheat,  7'Mr.< Borisov called'' the agreement j��� which must be one of  the most one-sided in history���  "a good basis for tjhe development'of trade between'the Soviet  UnioriAand Canada."   v       ' ��*���  "We'maintain that existing opportunities for the t development  of Soviet-Canadian trade are far  from being exhausted." Mr.  Borisov- went on t'We consider  the increase of Canadian purchases of Soviet commodities as  one of the main -means of future expansion of trade between  the USSR and Canada. The Soviet Union being a\ highly -developed country has a great  many goods which might be of  interest to the Canadian buyers."  Mr. - Sharp said later, the  goods weren't all that obvious,  since Canada and Russia tend  to grow and manufacture the  same things. ��� ,  N. Richard McKibbin  .<  'ViS-.^/*  INSURANCE  \ PHONE  886-2062   .������ GIBSONS, B.C.  .    A PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE,  ia_��._ai-a��*f���������������������������_�����������������������*._���������������������*������*������������������*��������������������������������*���������**���������������������������%������������������������������]  T'lRKRVf":.:  '���:. K R y ?.  SEEK  OFFERING  The^ Canadian Bible Society  will tfeek a $60,000 special offering this Fall as its first contribution to the world-wide campaign, God's Word for1 a New  Age, to treble Scripture printing  and distribution in the: next three  years ZZ  HELP US CELEBRATE  PHARMACY WEEK  From October 6th to the 12th, throughout the  United States and Canada prescription pharmacies celebrate NATIONAL PHARMACY  WEEK. It is our yearly re-dedication to the  ideals guiding our professional behavior. It reminds us that your health is our chief concern.  Come in and visit our prescription laboratory.  Ask us any questions about pharmacy. We ex*  tend an extra special invitation to high school  seniors interested in a pharmacy career.  Your doctor can phone us when you need a  mcdfcine. 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 STORES Ltd.  Rae W. Kruse  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2023 886-2134  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists  *��.       ���-  EASY TO BUY       SIMPLE TO CASH      GOOD TO KEEP  You can buy Canada Savings Bonds  for cash or on instalments. Buy  them on the Payroll; Savings Plan  at work���or at barks, authorized  investment dealers,'stockbrokers,  trust or loan companies. They  come in denominations of $50,  $100, $500, $1,000 and $5,000 up  to a limit of $10,000 per person.  They fit every pocket bookl  You can cash Canada Saying's  Bonds anytime at their full face  value plus earned interest.  When ready money is required all  you have to do is complete the  redemption form on the Bond,  and present it to your Bank.  You will receive your money  immediately. Canada Savings  Bonds are better than cashl  YoU get interest on Canada Sayings  Bonds on November 1st each year  ~4���% for each of the firs* 2 years;  5% for each of the next 6 years and  ..5.XX for each of the remaining 4  years���giving an average return of  5.03% a year when held tomaturity.  In 12 years with accumulated  interest every $100 Bond will bd  worth $161.00.  CS��WJ on  at your Pontiac <*exciteli_ient,, dealer's TODAY  P164H  ������'���/... / ' . '      ' .'"���*'���  You the Public .. .  are cordially invited to view the beautiful  1964 CHEVS - PONTIACS - BEAUMONTS  Seethe ALL NEW 64 CKEVELLE and the Custom, GMC & Chevrolet Trucks  now on display 8 aam. to 10 p.iria including Sunday  Come in and  Look Around  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  SECHELT  YOUR LOCAL GM DEALER  Ph. 885-2111 4        Coast   News,   Oct.  3,  1963.  APPOINTS CUB MASTER  District Commissioner Ray  Nelson of Sechelt Peninsula  Boy Scout association announced  the appointment of Robert E.  Godwin as cubmaster for the 1st  Wilson Creek Cub Pack. Mr.  Godwin has been associated with  the Boy Scout movement in Vancouver for a number of years.  At the present time the Wilson  Creek Pack has 16 Cubs enrolled.  Watch...  for DANNY'S AD  in the  COAST HEWS  NEXT WEEK  ^ Gibson Girl  |      '    BEAUTY CENT-IE  Gibsons       k  ���      '***'��� v  I announces  ;  Hrs. Doris (Hall) Sugden  Hairstylist formerly of Sechelt  Is now, operating at The Gibson  Girl and will be happly to serve  ber patrons.  Drop in and say hello!  Ph. 886-2120  f {  CLOSED MONDAY-')"���  No appointments necessary  THEATRE  GIBSONS  One Show Nightly starting at 8  Children's Matinee Saturday  2:30 p.m.  THURS. & FRI. ��� Oct. 3 & 4  FACTS OF LIFE  COMEDY  Bob  Hope,   Lucille   Ball  SAT.   &  MON.  ��� Oct.  5 & 7  HOME FROM THE HILL  OUTDOOR DRAMA  Robert Mitchum  TUES. & WED. ��� Oct. 8 & 9  TUNE OF GLORY  ARMY DRAMA  Alec  Guiness,  John Mills  THURS., FRI. ��� Oct. 10 & 11  THE SUNDOWNERS  Robert Mitchum, Deborah Kerr  For further information  Ph. 886-2827  ALONE  IN THE  DARK  When your lightingfails, don't  be in the dark about where  to find an ELECTRICIAN fast  Look in the  YELLOW PAGES,  where YOUR  FINGERS DO  WALKING  Magistrate's  court  In Magistrate Johnston's, court,  Michael John Dragon of Gibsons  was fined $50 and his driver's license suspended for 30 days for  driving without due care and attention. He was driving 70 mph.  in a 40 mile zone.  Clifford Johnson, Roberts Creek  was fined $50 for consuming liquor in a public place.  John Wiren and Jerry McAteer  were fined $20 each and costs for  crossing a double solid line-  Alfred James Noli was fined "$50  for driving without due care and  attention. The Noli vehicle knocked out a mailbox and road sign  and came to rest against a fence.  ' William .Richard Jack of Roberts Creek was interdicted and  fined $50 for being drunk and  disorderly. k  James Herbert Brown of Gibsons was' sentenced to 30 days  imprisonment on a charge of intoxication.  Noel Edwin Husby was fined  $30 on 2 charges of traffic violations in a military camp near  Chilliwack.  Stanley Joe of Sechelt was fined  $20 for driving without due care  and attention.  Owen Griffith -Edmunds was  fined $20 for crossing a double  solid line.  Harry Walker of Sechelt, charged with a statutory offence had  his case dismissed at a preliminary hearing when the magistrate,  found that the Crown had not  established a prima facie case.  Evalb Stromberg of Vancouver  was fined $50 for consuming liquor in a public place.  George MacPherson of Vancouver was sentenced to one day  imprisonment:, being the time  served in the local lockup for in  toxication. _ "��-'*;��  Scott Van-Powell Freight Limited . was fined $25 for operating  a truck with faulty brakes.   '    '        will be seen in one of the sec-..  Fourteen    speeders    paid   $25     tions of The* Littlest'Hobo how  each. '* '        en Channel 8 Tuesday 7 p.m. *  ��� -  Instant Starts at SO"'below  REG.  T   M.  STARTING  FLUID  ��.-��� 7 i-'i4      ��V* *Y _f '   "V  :<��     c  We will be closed  Mob. October 14 - Toes. October 15  ���  ���   A. -    :   "'- '    i'-      '  Marine Mens Wear Ltd.  AVAILABLE   IN   4   CONVENIENT  METHODS  OF APPLICATION  STENOGRAPHER WANTED  A  full time  stenographer  for Elphinstone  Secondary  School  commencing October 16, 1963.  For particulars concerning hours and duties please contact the  Principal, Mr. W. S. Potter,  The Poard of School Trustees,  School District No.  46   (Sechelt),  CHEVRON STARTING FLUID  C-pslllM  Calatino capsules an* binrtad  Into th* dashboard - mounted  puncturing tool.  for furth* InformaflM m IM* W oOm S(-��4*nf Oil Pfo*reh ���rnO  CHEVRON rnissuitr  PRIMIR CARTRIOGfS  G. H. (Gerry) MacDONALD  ^  Wilson Creek ��� 885-9332  HK9. T.M.  EVAN KEMP  London Recording Star and Stars from Channel 8 TV  coming fo    Pender HarftoBL f ri., Oct. 4  and  RobertskCreek^ Sat, 0ct. 5  STAGE SHOW Kf 8 pm.���DANCE TO F0U0W  with new earning power, new saving power  ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP  Now for *64 ���'. . . the most advanced range of  GMC trucks yet! Bvery truck is proved and improved through GMC engineering leadership  for '64. There are improvements in the cab. The  door pillar has been straightened. There are new  brakes, wheelbases and engines. There are three  new diesel models, too. Let GMC earn, save  for ypu. Check into a GMC at yourdealer's today.  TRUCKS  Trucks from  top right to  bottom left.  C910%-ton  Wldetide Pickup  ^WBOiQHS^ttJm^^ TOUGHW M9WSS  -���- ,    - G164E  PENINSULA MOTOR  SECHELT  PRODUCTS (1057) LTD.  PHONE 885-2111 ..COMING-EVENTS-.  Bingo!   Bingp!   BingO! f, Monday,��,  8 p.m., LegibnijHall, '0ibsons?;f.|I  ��� ��� ���- ������ <���<��� ut.    ij   j��" ��� ��� H...-I -.11 i|i��in> ii.  Oct.   4,  Rob^eHs vCre'e_ ^Legibri/  L.A.W Rummage Sale, 2 p.m.5,4  Octf*J,- <$.!$!#$$ Social,. Mohday,  2 p.m., Kinsmen Hall.  HIRE COAST  '���'. *. >'    - ���.���.������:i.:i ,  fit |tsO/3_^|f POINT  3 Bedroom ��� Fully serviced  vi:evjf homes .close|.?to safe; ^sandy  bgagh. |PieaiQi!D^^e|bathExauto-oil  furnace, cab. elect, kitchen, wired  for washer and  dryer. Full  FOR RENT  WANTED  ,',J500#p\ra;kk2 4ots in centre of  Gibsoiis,' 3 ,frboms and -'.bath.'' A  good investment for $5,000 F.P.  "$75 down,  balance at $25  per  month _��� large "lots v-- $575 F;I��.  Furnished suite for one, $30 a  month ���'. buy your own oil. Call  after. 5 p.m., 886-9525.  Small 2 bedroom cottage, 1070  Franklin Road, Gibsons. $50  monthly. Phone, 886-9686.  ?ct'\$2b<?ts ^^^S^"?    price t$8,500, easy; ternis^ ''  AanncAAtinn meetine* 8 n.m��: Rob-,;f^,y:iy    xAZ���'���- *������'.������'������'��� ���>?'���: ������  '. Association ineeting* 8; pjitf;  erts. Creek Community HMll.   ;-  Oct.  10, C.W.L. Annual Bazaar,  7 p.m., Legion Hall, Sechelt.  Oct. 12, i:0;J.D. Rummage Sale  New United Church Hall, 10 a.m.  f to. 3'Zpl^Z A'AA^X ^.'ax,  Oct. 18;'Sunshine Rebekah Lodge  ��� No. 82, Fall Bazaar,  St. Hilda's  Parish Hall, Sechelt, 2 p.m. ......  : Oct. 25, Rebekah Fall Tea and  Bazaar, Christian Education Centre, Fri., 2 to 4 p.m.  ��� Oct. 25; Friday, 8 p.m.; Cooking  School; Pender Harbour High  School Auditoriumk'*      - *' "  Oct, 26, DeMoliay Mother'sCircle  Turkey Dinner,   7 p.m.,  Legion  :,'Ba]l;''<^sonsA'~AyA'A^'-XZX'X ��� ������ A  /��� DEATHS .;���:������*��� ' /X xxx   X    .���;.���  HANSEN"-^; .Passedaway:-^ suddenly September 28th.49j83, Janet  : Leitch Hansen of Sechelt, B.C. in  her 59th year. Survived by her  loving husband LIP., 1 son Niels,f  Sechelt. 2 daughters, Mrs. R. S.  <Janet) Marshall, Richmond, B.C.  Mrs. H. E (Cathrine) Nelson, Sechelt,:? B.C.. 11; grandchildren,., 3  brothers, David? Thomson, Raton  New Mexico, William and James  both of Vancouver. 2 sisters Mrs.  W. Westwood, Mrs. E. Mellis,  Vancouver. Funeral service Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Simmons and  McBride Funeral Chapel, Broad-?  , way at Maple Street, Rev. Denis  Harris officiating. Cremation Gar  ; den Chapel Ocean View, iln lieu of  flowers donations to St.   Mary's...  MemoriarHospit^jAujaUafyk Sechelt, B.C., would oe. appreciated.'  REID ��� Passed away Sept. 24,  1963, Cedric Reid of Garden Bay,  B.C. Survived by his loving wife  Hilda; 2 daughters, Mrs. Marion  Bilcik, Kleindale, Mrs. Nancy  Brown, Madeira Park; 4 sons,  Edwin, Sooke, B.C., Cecil, James  and Mervin, Garden Bay, BiiC.; 1  brother Stanley, New Brunswick; '  5 sisters, Mrs.yEUzabethfMcLean  and Mrs. Ruth Henderson, New  Brunswick, Mrs. Sarah Watson,  Nova Scotia / Mrs A Doris fHender-  son, U.S.A., Mrs. Mary Ferguson,  Langley, B.C. - 32 grandchildren,  17 great grandchildren^ Funeral  service Sat., ^6^28 $&2*p.Tti.  from the Madeira Park Hall, Madeira Park, B.C. Rey. Denis F. *  Harris officiating. Cremation.  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME, Gii>  sons, B.C. directorsX_- ::_��� ���.'X...JZ.x  FLORISTS . '���/���: k; kl-  |��.  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345, Hopkins  Landing. .  /   ���  Flowers for all occasions.  Eldred's Flower   Shop,   Sechett.k  Phone 885-4455  Clean fully furnished siiite: It has  automatic, heating,   separate entrance, 3 pee bathroom and excel-  ������.:..- , lent sea view. Phone 886-2191 or  Commercial lot, corner in Gib-y 886-2180.  North Road, near Telephone office, large lot, $1,200.  sons*, small house, $4750.  k 2 bedroom beach cottage, Roberts  $2,300 FULLf PRICE ��� Attract Creek,   $35. Phone 886-2079.  tive small house on corner lot,  fireplace,' piped water. Near store  and P.O. We have the key.  RENTALS: kff  We have several furnished rent- -  als  in various places, available]  2 bedroom  cottage ;Plu886r2621  1 bedroom house, Porpoise Bay,  available end of Octdber. Suitable for single person or couple.  Phone 885-2093.  now.  '4  | Fully  furnished 1 bedroom  cot-  Gibsons. Phone  ;f| tage  on beach  y | 886-2863.  -  Hk& GORDON ^KENNETT Ltd# I  br.  unfurnished  "A Sign of Service"  only. Phdnb, 886-9363.  suite,   adults  Real Estate & Insurance  Gibsons ���   .      ���       ���* ,  886-2191 885-2013| eptric  heat/fuuFin^ulatedr'sit-  Sechelt^ grand nev^ j bedroom house, el-  (R. F. Kennett  $1,500 down, 3 bedrm, Selmafl  Park. 3 yrsf old, fully insulate<i:|  This home is very goOd value atff  only $6500.F.P. ���       k    /XX--    kl  Notary Public) j uated on qUiet road in Gibsons.  Available October 1 to single person or couple with rio children.  886-9849.  WANTED TO RENT  $1,000 down. 2 bedrm; West Se-;  chelt. 50'v view waterfront lotfe  Kitchen range included^ $5500 FPy| couple. Bex 460, Gibsons  Larger home in Gibsons or Roberts   Creek   area,   by   childless  2yjbedm��|  GRANTHAMS  5 acres ������ Level and treed, 260  feet road frontage. Ideal home-  site. Full price only $1450 with  easy terms.  ,    GIBSONS  3 bedroom ��� Family home on  cleared 2.8 acres with creek. Full  high basement with extra plumbing. Pemb, bathroom. Excellent  well with pressure system. Full  price $8,000,. easy terms.  3 bedroom ��� Modern home on  ���beautifully: landscaped view lot,  Livihg^Rboin 10 x 25 feet. Utility  room off large spacious kitchen.  Peitib. bathroom. Separate garbage. ;Extra plumbing in basement  Full price $11,500 with excellent  termsXi   '/-���/������ :::-yZAx:Z:- ���    A  f; ' ROBERTS CREEK     ,:  Waterfront ��� Fully furnished  cottage on secluded; treed, view  lot fronting on safe beach. Full  price $6,500, Terms.  PENDER HARBOUR  - f , Attractively; treed properties in .  wateiirdrit development, all over  "V_   acre/Excellent fishing area  with safe moorage. Priced from  only $750 with easy terms.  'Call Frank 'Lewis at Gibsons  office, 886-9900 (24 hrs:) or Morton Mackay, Res. 886-7783.  FINLAY REAtlY LTD.  'GIBSONS * ah& ; BURQUITLAM  DAVIS BAY,'..������:���       '���������'Hr-k.j:-*  Almost new  2   br.   Panabode '  home on nice waterfront lot 80' x  300*. See us for this.  WEST SECHELT  " Two nice view properties, each  with 2 bedroomed house and basement, own water supply. Priced  for quick sale. -  5.  .Three, bedroomed  house  with  basement and furnace on approx-,  imately   2*^ acres > land. Priced  well below  value  at $8500 with ���  some terms.  ^T^^^^^xs^^AQ ^^we-885^^^��a^t55r��^^  ���acres, priced  for  quick sale   at, ~ *'" ���~  fSOOO brikteyms;; f    \  "- X yy 'k Z-.  Cash for camping   tent   trailer.  Ph. 886-2185 after 5 p.m.  Wanted  for   wrecking, Chev  or  Pontiac, 1949 to '52. Ph. 886-2816.  TIMBER WANTED  Will buy .timber or timber and  land. Cash. Phone 886-9984.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  GENERAL REPAIRS  CHIMNEY   SWEEPING  OIL STOVE MAINTENANCE  E.   LUCAS, ��� 884-5387  FREE ESTIMATES ,  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer atid Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework���-Alterations and repairs  k   Phone 886-7734  Ftor guaranteed watch and  jewelry repairs, see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  For your AVON Products at  Granthams arid Hopicins, 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 $2.25  A. Simpkins, 885-2132,   Sechelt.  Coast News,   Oct.: 3,  1963.       5  ANNOUNCEMENTS (Cont'd)  1 Findlay auto. elec. range, $65.  1 table, 4 chairs, $22.50. 4 7.60 x  15 tubeless tires, $60. For information phone 886-9615.  ���"      ��� NELSON'S .  y.  LAUNDRY  &  DRY   CLEANING  FUR  STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts   Creek,   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky  Number  September 29, ��� 12231 Green ���  ROBERTS CREEK ~"  CREDIT: UNION  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9551  Serving Gibsoris through to  Halfmoon Bay  Office Hours, Wed., Thurs., Fri.,  11 a.m. to"5 p.m.  Watch Repairs & Jewelry;  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  Ph. 886-2116,  GIBSONS  224   ft.   Waterfront,  West   Secheltk Deri, "fireplace^  Guest cabin. 3  lots landscaped?!  good water supply. Priced to sell |  Urgently wanted: 3 bedroom  home between Roberts Creek and  Port Mellon. Phone 886-9531.  Garage building with electricity  in Gibsons yfcinity. Ph. 886-2524.  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop.  .885-9778  Evenings by Appointment  CARS, .TRUCKSI l?OI_ SALE  . "jgxxxxjrKjf ���������'���  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  " x%xxxxxxAxxxxxx4  WHO ELSE VifANTS  ll-WCAR!  ROOM AND BOARD  Silver Sands yiewhome, 5 agres^��  with  year round  trout   streairi.  Large well. Built shop, wired 220.  Ideal for  smaU.km^nM^<Auwafi;,.^R6dm and-: board, with: private  plant. Priced to sell^kk A' X k'll^ntrance.vWiisori Creek area. vPh.  .   .X-^AxZ? 885-9785.   .   .  View-lots, clear,  levels Davis1*''   Bay close to beach. 70 x 120. $1550  F.P., $500 dn.  :>������-���'���     ���  WHITE *EYES!:f'"."���.  Injuns "wantum wampum. 50' x  100' lease lot^ landscaped. Selma  Park. $40.50fahhuali If ,11m interested seeum- "Sitting/Bob" Kent,"  BUILDING  MATERIALS  x**.  For these^hd other good 'buys|��>  it    ���   '*-"��� ���'���*** ���'"-'-���''-'V- *���      r 'a/A' ...X  '".:���.'.-';���..���' ������>..������"���. 'Aj%&-.\  JOHN DEKLEER  BUILDING ��� CONTRACTING  Wilson Creek, B.C.  PHONE 885-2050  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  Full insurance coverage on all  blasting operations. We have had  wide experience in. this area. Try  us ��� we provide estimates. Ph.  885-9510, Mason Rd��� Sechelt.  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic wiring; rewiring arid  alterations from Port. Mellon. to  Pender Harbour. Free estimates.  Phone 886-9320 evenings. ,  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone 886-  9585, Gibsons, or Sechelt 885-9388.  or write Box 221, Sechelt.  Lyed furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  ' buy rf 'mW **"*>*.  low^xm^uix-iNnmito  t^itZAAi  CaU  SALESMEN  Jacks Anderso^  John GopdWink;  Bob: Kent AAAM  MISC. FORi SALlfi  ���88529565kM UM^A elec/ ranged 220v; 1 40" ;���'  ;885^4461f���$�� /'ele<i rarice, 220v: Good 1 condition.  885-4461     W��'��^>: ��*-���" m.��.��  ooc obei  SEGHEIJ^WlfeltTDl  Realty & Insurance  ^To: vi^w,;Phdne 886-2861.  ^pNewy4fft; f6;in. box spring, neyer^  k |psed,ybottprii yedge  of X covefihgf  * " lltly damaged,y$25.-Used/)4j-ft.  ������X ".-ray^ : y ,.���'.  NEWMAN PLUMBING  k AXX&'^^^GxX-y. ZX.  ,fff-k;y^bne'886-?678v ,  kkx^Alfi.-puMPs '������������  INSTALLED -^REPAIRED  HELP WANTED (FEMALE)  NEED CHRISTMAS FUNDS?"  Housewives like yourself are  earning good income by representing AVON Cosmetics. Openings available for qualified women in Wilson Creek, Selma  Park, Roberts Creek, Granthams  -Port Mellon. Write Mrs. Legg,  2535 Holyroad Drive, Nanaimo,  B.C.  TECHNICIAN ~  Combined laboratory and x-ray  technician or registered labora-.;  tory technician with x-ray experience, required by small coastal  hospital. This is a new position  requiring organized departments  and later transfer to new hospital. Located oh Sunshine Coast 50  miles from Vancouver with good  bus service. Salary open, accommodation / available at $15 per  month, health plan, superannuation. Apply to the Administrator,  St. Mary's Hospital, Garden Bay.  WORK WANTED  John Melhus. Painter and decorator, paper hanging, . and spray  work. Phone 886-2442.  ROTOTILLING ��� field or garden  POWER RAKING��� lawns     ���  HEDGE CLIPPING f ;  PLOWING   kk':'-kk .-   .���'.���.  MOWING"��� field or lawn  LIGHT BLADE WORK  PAINT SPRAYING k  ROY BOLDERSON 885-9530 eves.  LOST '������'Xl-xxA��$$&   X   ���. . A"\XA: ��� '  Side view mirror off car;:Phorie '  886-2134. -i   "   A,  PETS '���    ~~~ 'KX   '..  German Shepherd - Golden Lab  cross, female, VA years ��� old ��� and  1 pup. Phone 885-9785.  ,: ���  " ������ X"  SWAP ~~~  Income pifoperty on T.C,JH. pear,  Safeway, Langley, B.C., ��� take pro��  perty with home as;, part t:payr  ment, or whait have you. Balance  on terms to suit. Phone 886-2195  or write Box 687, Coast News;  PORPOISE jBAY^AREA ���*���.;  "   2,bedroomed house'<m good lot;  priced for quick sai&i j$3900. ��� [ A���/  To see any of these phone:  Office:  885-2065, p*r,,.,,    ,.,..  Eves.: E, jSurtiees-885-9303 ������ :  =::.,...',     C. E. King;^85-2066^  IGyer 7 f acrfeskold 'house and  outbuildings, close in. $1800;:  ; 150'. fine sandy beach, lovely 3  bedrporii: homei'f 2' 'cottages, garage, floats, for details and price  of this attractive offer contact  this office.  Spotless 3 rooms, full plumb.,  lge utility, storage shed, situated  on choice lot' close to shopping,  etc. $5850.  FOR T1IE CHOICE  PROPERTIES  CONTACT  K. BUTLER REALTY & Insurance  Box 23, Gibsons B.C.  ^���:f*.'7r;VV:Pione.886-2dop.  ROBERTS CREEK  -   HALL ROAD  IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY  Spacious  modern   family  home.  .  Large garden,  $8500 Full price,  Terms. N  PENINSULA PROPERTIES  Homes - Waterfront -Acreage  ,   Business   property  Building contracts  Mortgages  Sub-division consultants  TERRACE HEIGHTS  Choice view lots with all village  facilities, priced from $1900 to  $2,500. $500-down.  CHARLES ENGLISH Ltd.  '    Real Estate���Insurance  ���* Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS,  B.C.        PH. 886-2481 .  ������'..��� Cozy Corner, Gibsonsy Spotless  condition,; $4900. $1500 d|stvri/ Substantial discount for cash.  ���A. Gai'den-'.Lovers. Do not fail to  insfe6t'tliis 5 acre plot,with all  year stream.kComibine moderri  comforts with privacy. All services.installed,,  / v pARj McMYNN ? /  ; Real Estate & Insurance  yJVTarine   Drive,   Gibsons  Phones: 886-2166,' Res: 886-2496  ..,,...-;     ���.~ -, .^condition,.$10.f Phone 886-2186 af-  ';PRpPERTY^mNTEDfX],>pff:||er 5. pjnii f.kxX: ���;z -A/x /.   y;  Wanted, a lot, to 6 acres, any- 1 G.E. Fridge in perfect order;  where ii>hv the Peninsula: Please, ^;Fawcfetr|oil heater and stand;'  state.price, water;7and''lightfisituai| used 3 months; lWingham'Clipr  tion; rbuildings,  if anyl Box 685,f;3lper coal and wood stove;: Prices ,  Paoc* TWomi. ���������-frit   :���-���'?        - -    ��������-i���  'ililJ. "'ooi 0000    ���'������'���  :Tree falling, topping or removing lower limbs for view. Insured work from Port Mellon.  to> ..;��� Pender    Harbour.    Phone  886-9946. Marven Volen.  xxx xxxx x xxxx  |k| xxxx  M    XX     2  xxxx x x  S ��� x- xx x  xxxx  X  X X  * - - "5  LOAN  ��� ������-���:.''; .;���������'    AxZ . . ! fz :;    A  THE BANK OF  NOVAiCOIlA  '56 Buick convertible, Roadmas-  ter, $950. Phone 886-2831.  '60 NSU. custom Prinz, radio, $600  -Phone ��86-9686 between^ 12 and 1  and 5-and 7 p.m. [X x \ '    i  '56   Oldsmobile   hardtop.   White  i^wUh ^dy interior. P.S. and P.B.,  "automatic.   Excellent,   condition.  Porpoise Bay fRd., Ph.  885-4476.  '���; ItdATSi. MARINE   k %.X?i,  x  New 12 ft. outboard fishing boat,  $235. Marshall Wells Storey Sechelt! Phone 885-2171.  33 ft! boat, $125 or nearest offer.  Phone 886-2816.  Coast News.  'reasonable.  886-2338.  CASH BUYERS ��� DEALS FI-  NANCED. Improved or vacant  property: CHARLES STEELP ���  REALTOR. 1325 Kingsway "(Van.  10) TH 4-16H;v TR 4-9298.    y   '���;'������  PROPERTY FOR fSALE  MADEIRA PAREk  Semi view lots for sale  .  Liberal Terms  E. S. JOHNSTONE, 883-2386  Wood stove, good condition, excellent oven; electric stove, 2  burner and oven, floor model; Oil  drum and stand, cheap for cash.  YPhone 886-9327.   y  Lambs, 18c lb. live weight. Phone  |886-9363.  ^Child's  playpen and buggy,  like  |newy Phone 886-9890.  f Brown fur' coat, good condition,  ksize 16V What offers? Pri. 886-9696  Excelsior accorclion, 120 bass, 13  acres    Roberts  Creek    with k switch, very good. $150. TV set,  acres,   KODerts oreeK,   witn    q.E. 21", $50. 885-9978.  W2  well,  $1200 cash. Phone 886-9984  317, Gibsons, B.C.  450' on Chaster Rd. x 150' deep,  1 building on cement f slabk size  28' x 32', 1 building size 10! x 40'  on cement slab, water to property, septic tank and 220 power.  Land all cleared and two thirds  de-rocked ready for garden. Fc*r  quick sale, $2700. Phone 886-9333.  New South view sub-division near  good beach, swimming, boating,  fishing. Large lots or acreage,  from $900. Beautiful Gower Point,  near Gibsons. R. W. Vernon, Ph.  886-9813.  Trade even, Over 4 acres having  795 ft. on the highway with small  house,   having light,  phone  and  water in, for an old type, roomy,*  house on. a lot  4000 canning and freezing fowl,  75c each. Open Sundays. Turn up  Elphinstone Road. R. Randall  McClary combination wood and  propane; oil heater, Coleman. Ph.  886-2868.   .  TUsed electric and gas ranges.  *f;also oil ranges. C & S Sales,  1} Phi 885-9713;  Sechelt/:  45' x 8' Rollohome trailer, 2 bed-  '.[rooria furnished, including washer,  dryer, TV and porch. $3500.  Phone 885-4477.  6 cii.; ft. Frigidaire in good condition. Phone ��� 885-2150.  Ckild Health  Dates for October. November and December  GIBSONS ��� Health   Office  1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month 1:30 to 4:00 p.m.  Phone for Appointment ��� 886-7733  ROBERTS CREEK ��� St. Aidan's Hall  4th Thursday of each month 2:00 to'3:30 p.m.  Phone for Appointment ��� 886-7733  SELMA PARK ��� Community Hall  2nd Wednesday of each month 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.  SECHELT ��� Legion Hall  4th Tuesday of each month 1:30 to 3:30 p.iri.  Phone for Appointment, Mrs. Stephanson ��� 885-2192  HALFMOON BAY ��� Mrs. Robinson's Home  3rd Monday of each month 2:00 to 3:00' p.m.  MADEIRA PARK ��� Madeira Park Elementary School  3rd Wednesday of each month 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.  Phone for Appointment, Mrs. Seaholm ��� 883-2626  Mushroom Manure  Non-Acid Topsdil  with ^fe^feet I^Weedless, odorless, easy to han  of waterfront. Write for full particulars to Box 683, Coast News.  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 boatiftg. Gooi Site for motel and boat rentals.  Waterfront lots  $3,500.  View lots from $1800..  10% down. Easy, terms on balance. Discount for cash.   ���<  O. SLADEY  MADEIRA PARK. B.C.  ;>dle, general purpose humus fertilizer, ideal for lawn dressing or  , fnase, large and small fruits, vege  tables arid flowers: Ph. 886-9813.  4r"V  Phone 833-2233  YOUR DOLLAR HAS  MORE CENTS  A^T  EARL'S & WALT'S  886-9600  & 886-9303  Ray Newman, Plumbing, Ph  886-9678. 1963 Beatty pumps  and water systems. $50 trad0  in. on your old pump.  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE REAL SALESMEN  1 used oil range  1 used Leonard electric range  J used Propane range  lytised 21" TV ^ '     ���  *2 used washing machines  All good value  MARSHALL WELLS STORE  Phone Sechelt 885-2171  G. B. S. Specials  1x6 Fir Shiplap Ec. (sling load lots) )   $38 M  2x4 Fir S4SEc.R/L (sling load lots)   $39 M  2x8���10 Fir S45 Ut. Spec.     $83 M  2x6���8���10 Fir Ut. & B & R S4S Shorts    ..$56 M  1x8 Chanel Siding Shorts        $45 M  4x8x5/16 DG Uns. Bal    $2.34 Sheet  4x8x5/8 DG Uns. Bal.         $4.64 Sheet  4x4 Plain Square Tex P.V. Ceiling Tile        $1.20 Sheet  4'x4' P.V. Square Tex Goldentone    4" Red Clay Ag Tile     Oil Base Shingle Stains, red, green, brown ..  $1.95 Sheet  _. 14c ft.  $2.50 gal.  POLYURETHONE LIQUID GLASS FINISH, GLOSS & SATIN  $10.90 gal., $3.30 qt., $1.10 ��/_ pt.  P.V'.C. Plastic Corrigaled Panels  _,___,     26c sq; ft..  ''A    DOZENS MORE BARGAIN ITEMS AT  GIBSONS BIIIIMG SUPPLIES LTD.  16 Years Serving the Sunshine; SJ#j*>���- Phone 886-2642 fin 1961-62 the federal deficit;  excess of spending over revenue,  "was $791 million, the deficit of  all municipal;^overnmertts: was.  $313 million, >hd. the-deficit fbff  all provincial governments, ^vas.:  $134 million. /��� ���*���  . Total spending by all-rgovern-  ments : in. Canada, represents 33  percent of the country's annual  production of goods and services;,  "in the.' U.S. the comparative  y-figure-is only. 29. percent. ���  ./.������-;���-X\���-.;. "^iQuick Canadian' Facts"  Freeze-dried foods next  PROOF?  Just far ihe price of the oil, you get���  MORE satisfaction���Over 20,000 families have already switched to Esso  Home Heat ���Service.-  MORE service���Over 200,000 free furnace conditionings now completed.  MORE value���free annua! burner check, free 24-hour "no heat"  emergency servtcel     ; '  MORE���Esso servicemen,finest in Canada, are hand-picked by Imperial  AND EVEN MORE���ask about our low cost parts insurance���and easy  terms on new heating equipment.  CALL ESSO HOME HEAT SERVICE TODAY  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT ��� Ph. 8S6-0663  1 MPE RI Al-   Ol_.   1-1 MITE&  GO B.C  0f,  SPECIAL NOTICE  WINTER SCHEDULES  EFFECTIVE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1st  VANCOUVER ��� SECHELT PENINSULA (Howe Sound)  Lv. Langdale  6:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m.  ��� 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.  10:30 a.m. 6:30 p.m.  *12:30 p.m. #8:30 p.m.  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m.  * 9:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.  11:30 a.m.           *7:30 p.m.  * 1:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m.  Additional  Sailings  Friday and  Sunday only  11:30 p.m. '.4    10:30 p.m. ������ '���'    '  ������������* For Bus Service:   Phone Sechelt  885-2217;  Vancouver MU 1-6381;   Powell River HU 5-5030  SECHELT PENINSULA - POWELL RIVER (Jervis Inlet)  Lv. Earl Cove  8:00 a.m. 6:20 p.m.  10:20 a.m. 6:20 p.m.  12:40 p.m. 11:00 p.m.  4:00 pirn.  Lv. Saltery Bay  6:50 a.m. 5:10 p.m.  9:10 a.m. 7:30 p.m.  11:30 a.m. .   9:50 p.m.  2:50 p.m:  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO  Sailings every 2 hours 15 minutes  Lv. Horseshoe Bay '���  7:00 a.m.  9:15 a.m.  11:30 a.m.  ���   ;    1:45 p.m.   .  4:60 p.m.  6:15 p.m.  8:30 p.m.  ' X.   ,        10:45 p.m.  Lv. Departure Bay  7:00 avni.  9:15 aim.  11:30 a.m.    .  1:45 p.m.  4:00 p.m.  6:15 p.m.  8 f30 p.m.  10:45 p.m..  ROYAL ISLANDER MOTOR COACHES ON EVERY SHIP  2 hours, 50 min. City Centre to City Centre $2.95 each .way  VANCOUVER - VICTORIA '-��� x/.x  Via Tsawwassen Via Swartz Bay  Sailings every 2 hours 7:00 a.m. - 9:00p.m.  ROYAL VICTORIAN MOTOR COACHES ON EVERY SHIP  3V4 hours City Centre to City Centre $4.25 each way  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRY AUTHORITY  816 Wharf Street Victoria, B.C.  POWELL RIVER���Saltery Bay Local 1  HORSESHOE  BAY  ��� 921-7411  TSAWWASSEN  TERMINAL ��� 943-2221  mm  'im.  m  WM  w  m  . A. Freeze-dried   foods   got   some  new * publicity    recently    when-  U.S. astronauts used samples in  their space flights.  It's "only within the last few  years that freeze-drying has be- -  come a practical commercial  process, for preserving food,  says .fthe Meat Packers Council  of Canada. Freeze-dried foods  are different from frozen or dehydrated products.  Food that is to be freeze-dried  is first blanched and then cooked. Next, it is cut into small ^  pieces which are quick-frozen.  The. frozen food pieces are then  dried until only about 2% moisture remains.  ���The final product, strangely  enough, is not a frozen food but  rather a dried food. This means  - that it can be kept at normal  room temperature without refrigeration for as long as two  years, providing the package is  tightly sealed to keep out air  and moisture.  Flavor is one of the strong  points of freeze-dried foods.  Some taste panels have judged  certain freeze-dried foods such  as soup, ham, sausage, chicken,  1 and swiss steak to have almost  > as good a flavor as the fresh  product.  Unfortunately, costs run a little  on the  high   side.   For   this  - reason,   very   little   use   is  currently being made of freeze-dried"  . foods     at    the retail level,  although large quantities are used  ( by the military forces and other  ' institutions.     l .r  Manufacturers     are     hopeful,  however, of Ipwering production  ,- costs  so that freeze-dried foods  can -be-"made available  to   the  >average   shopper.   If the .price  were right, for  example,  a. big  market   likely    could  be  found  among the "thousands of campers  6        Coast   News,   Oct.  3,  1963.  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE REAL SALESMEN  ���HUCATnrmcKR. ntc.  "How much do I make a ���  week? Thafs no answer?1  ��^jW^v4<Cm*v&X*v.v.'a-&0&�� ^ft.  J. '>>  costs  ; compared  Food doesn't cost as much as  , it   used   to ��� at least  not as,  much when put in terms of our  buying power.  For instance,   12  to  15 years  ago, it cost the average factory  worker an hour's wages to buy  one-and-a-half pounds of butter. _ ���  In 1962, the hour's wages bought ';  moire than three pounds of but-, 1  ter. An hour's' work bought' 1.7 J  dozen eggs in, the 1948-50'_ period   *  while it .purchased -3.5 do^en in" ~<  1962. ' -      X' k  In 1935, Canadians spent about  a   quarter  of   their   income   on  food. Today we are~strll- spending almost this mucfi'Dut-we are -"  getting    a    more    varied ., diet, . $  higher quality  food and fancier   ��  packaging. "'   f-  Actual  food  prices  haveV.feojig'l  up    about    two-and-a-half  times  since    the    1935-39    period* but  wages have quadrupled. Twenty-   >  five years ago it cost $10 a week   ^  to feed a family of four; in 1962,-���::  it cost the same size family $25.'-.-  In    1935-39,    the   disposable   an-rk  nual income was  $339 per ��� per-   i,  son. In 1962, it was, $1,512. -,?  Our national diet "has changed '\ mmmmmmammmmmmmi^mmm^mmmmm  too.  We  are ' eating  more  fruit ��� * .,__..  and vegetables, more meat and  I    Home and industrial Wiring  poultry, but less grain products  ;- ElectricalHeating  and fewer potatoes. rs Radios, Appliances,   TV Service  A new booklet called Our Food J       Hoover Vacuum Cleaners  Costsi  containing data and  dia-yX  grams   on   the cost of feeding A  ourselves, with  comparisons for-���  earlier periods, is available from  ���  the information division, Canada/  Department   of  Agriculture,  Ottawa. Ask, fory.EubUcatipn.1167. . A  MAYTAG  Automatic Dryer  with  Electronic Control  House Hers  AVAILABLE AT  GIBSONS  5-10-15 Store  Come and See Them ~  1TICE 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,  X A.    "   * The Boar(i of School Trustees  '" 'X*   "   ���' Gibsons, B.C.  l?|5pOJ,F2  No guessing or timer to set ���  Just Push One Button.  Continually   measures    moisture  and will never over dry.  Dries correctly every time.  Porcelain drum.  1.95  Peninsula Plumbing  & Heating  Ph.   886-9*533���Closed  Mon.  Sunshine Coast Directory  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  Ph.   885-9525  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ���- Coloring  Tuesday to Saturday      '  L. GORDON.BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  ; at       .  * - *     Jay-Bee Furniture and*���**  Appliance Store  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100  ^ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  # SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  -���-x*:- -.a'SECBELT-''' '-A ���''''������' '::r A-  k Phone 885-2062- ^    ;  ! ^STOCKWELrFSOMriJD^  i Box 66, Sechelt.; Ph. 885-4488 for  '��. Bulldozing, Backhoe arid front  ��-end   loader  work.   Screened  ce-  ��1Xmerit gravel, fill and road gravel.  vx x ������: ;���-..:     ���   /*���' .  ...-/  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry   ,  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  1 niile'west "of GibsdrfsT6n Hiway.  Roomy Parking, Plenty of Water  Large recreation area  Bus passes park site  Phone 886-9826     f  TV  SALES AND SERVICE  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  Ph. 885-9605  PENINSULA     PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Formerly Rogers.Plumbing  c or. Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  SALES AND SERVICE  Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  Phone  886-9533  I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight "Service to,  Vancouver  Local & long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery  .;...;���:;" ' ffservice   k  Lowbed hauling  L  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY  & OIL STOVES  -���kk'. /'CLEANED:'   k  Phone 886-2422  GIBSONS PLUMBING   y  HEATING -k PLUMBING  f Complete installation  Quick  efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Agents  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  k   Domestic wiring, rewiring  k and  alterations  ELECTRIC HEATING  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-9320 evenings  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK A: DECKER  BAL BLOCK,  GIBSONS  EVERY WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  SUNSHINE COAST  DECORATORS  All your .painting  at reasonable rates  886-2615 or 886-2605  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  Concrete yVibrator  -       Phone 886-2040 k  |1 MOVING & STORAGE;  ft    y   WORLD WIDE MOVING  |; Long -.distance. moving anywhere"  |3-7^v^in;;-BlC,;;'icariada;x&'"U.S;A. '��� f  *A Complete Service  886-2192 MU 3-1393  Gibsons  Vancouver  992 Powell St.  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  Dealers for PM  Canadien,  McCulloch and Homelite Chain Saws  A Complete Stock of Machines  and Parts for Maintenance  and Repairs.  Telephone 885-9521  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  Richter's Radio-TV  Fine Home Furnishings  X-. Major Appliances  fRecord Bar  Phone 885-9777  SCOWS     ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  MASONS GARAGE  Dunlop tires & accessories  Electric welding,  Wheel balancing  Truck and car repairs  NORTH ROAD ��� GIBSONS  Ph. 886-2562  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  LAND SURVEYING  f  '���*���':   SURVEYSf 1X-'XZ ���,���  P.O. Box 37,   Gibsons  1334,West Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5 Ph.yMU 4-3611  BACKHOEi and  LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  ...     Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.   KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826  HILL'S MACHffiElH0P~  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-7721 Res.  886-9956  N. W. HALL  C0NTRAQING  SHEET METAL INSTALATI0N  DAVIS BAY  Phone 885-9606 ���,,  C & S SALES '  For all your heating  ...:. ;requireriients  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also Oil Installation  Free estimates  Furniture  Phone  885-9713  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners* for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties  Canada Permanent Mortgage  Corp.  apply  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  representative  Gibsons 886-2481  NORM BURTON  Your Odd Job Man  Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid, etcl.  Res., Pratt Rd.,  Gibsons  Phone 886-2048 Coast  News,  Oct.  3,   1963.  Teenage problems  (By C. D. SMITH)  THE   WEEK'S   LETTER:    "I  am thirteen years old and may  not be old enough to date quite  yet, but I've been asked already.  What I want to'know is lio'w do  I tell my parents that I'm going  out with a iJoy drf a' date, for the  first time?"      -""<    -     ��  ..OUR REPLY: You don't "tell"  your parents, young lady ��� you  "ask" them. And, you are right  in thinking that maybe you are  not yet old enough.  You should begin by telling  your parents that a boy has asked you for a date. Give them  full details. Dating is the big-  "problem" with the majority of  teenagers who write ' to this  column and it] constantly surprises this .writer that so tew  teenagers really understand that  parents have a direct, responsibility to supervise their children's dating activities".  Get wise, teens. Your parents  have much more to do than see  that you are .housed arid fed, *  that you have schoolbooks and  clothes, and -a little spending  money.  Your parents are charged with  Past matrons  club meets  The sunshine of a perfect early  autumn day enhanced the beauty  of the Cummings' garden on a  recent afternoon when members  of the OES past matrons club  met. Their hostess, and secretary  of the. club.f Mrs. Ri Cumming,  served tea outdoors. '   .  One of the highlights of the afternoon .; was fa rousing game of  golf, reaching tournament proportions-, in "whichyMrs. ;E. J. Shaw  made a hole in jone..However, it  was Mrsk Edna Waikefielii who  was the winner of the event. What  was lacking in perfectionf was  made up: in energy arid merriment, and the players, though  something less than professional,  are now ready. to take on all* contestants.  Among those present, beside  the president, Mrs. George ^MacDonald, were Mrs. J.- Swan,"lVIrs.  M. Joss, Mrs. R. Eades and Mrs/  A. Anderson  Mr R. Cumming is making extensive repairs . to his putting  green.  VISIT WILSON CREEK  Mr. arid Mrs. Ron Whittaker  were recent visitors to Wilson  Creek from Sorrento. Shuswap  Lake. Jack and Pat Whittaker ex.  pect to come later.  One of Canada's largest print  shops, the federal government  printing bureau employed 1,867  workers in 1961.  ^  printed Pattern  9456  SIZES    34-43  "Walk-into" clresses are wonderful ~ you're ready in seconds  with every hair in place! sweetheart neck, side buttoning are  added assets.  Printed Pattern 9456: -: Women's Sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44,  46,'48. Size 36 takes 3% yards  45-inch fabric.  FORTY CENTS (40c) in coins  (rjp stamps, please) for this pattern. Print plainly SIZE, NAME,  ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER,  f  Send order to MARIAN MARTIN, care of the Coast News*  Pattern Dept.; 60 Front St. West,  ��� Toronto, Ont.  the responsibility of your welfare. The fact that you feel "old  enough" or "smart enough" to  do this and do that doesn't enter  into the picture at all. Your parents are responsible for what  you* do. and for what happens to  ,you.  !   ,'  Most girls begin, to think about  dating when they reach their  early teens: A good paajority begin to consider their parents  "old fashioned" arid unreasonable about this same time. The  truth is to the contrary.  The wise teenager will look for  parental guidance, and appreciate it, rather than waste time  with the foolish notion that there  is some magic way to prove that  a%teenager is old enough and  smart enough to make his oilier own decisions without the  help from anyone.  0 E S guests from  Powell River  Mrs. Ruth Mcknight, WM., and  O.-.E. Beacham, WP., of Grace  Chapter, OES, Powell.River, and  25 fellow, members,, were; guests  of Mt. Elphinstone Chapter  Thursday evening.  Following the regular meeting,  the local group and their guests  j. gathered, together in the banquet  | room which  was tastefully decorated by Mrs. R. J. Eades, PM.  Colorful baskets of flowers hung  over the long T-shaped table.  Several groups of bouffant-  skirted ladies held hands across  miniature fences down the centre  of1 trie: snowy;1 cloth, each group  supporting., a ���" ^different pair of  verses: bidding the visitors w.el-  ..come.. k. 'k f..,. .���'''. k'": '  . A free.-raffle took place during  the evening resulting in a hamper  being won by Mrs. M. Campbell  of Powell River. '  The   beautiful   bowl   of   roses  which   graced   the    head   table  came from the Cumming gardens, and it also found fits way  to Powell River, a pleasing remembrance of Friendship Night  for Mrs. McKnight.  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK  Trenching ��� Landscaping ��� Rotovating  * ���:���"     ���'������������ ��� ^_ '  Driveways, etc. ��� Gravel and Fill  ittJMUS TOP SO>IL  Ed. Fiedler  Ph. S86-7764  NOTICE  ^^^^^11^ ��� ������ .  ��� :k Doctor bf Optometry.'���'  .204 Vancouver Block k .  Vancouver, B.C.  Announces he will be in Sechelt  MONDAY, OCTOBER 7  f      For an appointment' for eye examination phone  ,     kfSechett^  If anyone desites any adjustment or repair to their  present glasses I will be pleased to he of service  Beaumont Sport Deluxe Sport Coup*  Beaumont  Custom Convertible  IHTRODUCING-the completely new  '64 ACADIAN BEAUMONT  The most exciting car of the new Cciryear is here I  Set oniya hew 115r wheelbase, the Acadian  Beaumont is lean, clean and elegant to look at.  Thrilling and tlirifty to drive with V8 or 6 cylinder  power. Inside, 6 adults enjoy an abundance  of relating space. Smooth full coil suspension  adds to passengers' peace of mind. And the low  pricekis as*' welcome iasfka windfall. See 1Q  mbdefe in^.series at your Acadian dealer's nowl  the NEW INVADER  :'.; "-������>>':.���:������.  w��(S!as!^^,<!5S"'lW5w^'*W::::SS5:��':5SS^^SS^is  SS&S&  Mill  W%8&&*  s��w  iMasms  mM  ���x- ...  mm,  InwalftV 2-dobr Sedan,  one of three new Invader*  Canso 4-door Sedan,  one of three new Canso*  The new "nvadefSnl Canso series are all  JettSlead in value again tNevylysWhsh  from every view/ theyi offeP ����'�������  nf phaines���a peppy 90 h.p. ,4, a zesiy  action-Packed optional 195 n-P-. v��-  The���* flew greyer ���^gMggJ  "hrake<5�� Gav newxolors and interior  ^mfpiu^erbfamilyMpmfort, a gl.de  oTa ride and eVetf mote *vays to save.  See thT'64 Invader and Canso soon!  Dramatic new beauty from General Motors  AX-164D  On display at your Acadian, Pontiac, Buick dealer's Today  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  SECHEET PHONE 885-21 if Coast  News,  Oct.   3,   1963.  BOWLING  LM I, WI  Just Arrived  HOLLAND BULBS ��� DAFFODILS  TULIPS ��� NARCISSI ��� CROCUSES  Prepared Hyacinths for Forcing  Good Selection of Fruit Tree-  Shrubs and Evergreens  Fall Rye/Cross Seed and Peat Moss  Jean & Bill Lissiman���Ph. 886-0345���Hopkins Landing  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 140  Ladies Auxiliary ��� Sechelt  RUMMAGE SALE  AH new Firestone t/res carry this  DOUBLE GUARANTEE of quality  1.  2  Guaranteed against defects in workmanship and mate*  rials for the life of the original tread.  Guaranteed against normal road hazards (except repair-  ��� able punctures) encountered in everyday.passengercar..  use for the number of taonths.specified..,',.-.  Under these guarantees repairs are made without*  charge, replacements are pro-rated on.trea<I wear and  based, op. list prices current at time'-'of adjustment.  Gibsons Shell Service  Phone 886e2572  FROM THE TALL TIMBER  COUNTRY...  the saw with LIVE power!  PM CANADIAN CHAIN SAW MODEL 275 WINS FOUR OUT OF  FIVE EVENTS AT SOUAMISH LOGGERS' SPORTS  This model can also be a winner for you.  SEE THEM AT:  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK ��� Ph. 885-9521    .  Friday, 0<ftc<her 1(5  10 a.m.  Tea Nov. 18 - 2 to 4 p.m.  Sale ol Wsrk ��� Home Cooking ��� While Elephant  ���^���iiipn i umal����wu ������inma���������������~������������������i������<i���~  Quality - Service - Economy  ALL-SEASON  TRACTION TIRES  E&M BOWLADROME  _<By. ED CONNOR)  Midway of the Gibsons A Lea*  gue rolled team... high : three of  3079 and Qhosts of the same league team high single of 1066 this  week. . ���'./.'��� k 'y y  League Scores:  Gibsons B: E. Fisher 640 (250).  Tues. Coffee: Early Birds 2358,  Tryhards 847. V. Boyes 617, E."  Johnson 513, B. Swanson 561,. J.  Price 548, R. Nordquist 562, L.  Campbell 617 (236), G. Hostland  529.- XXx '..-V   ,  Z.-:":  Merchants: Jim's TV 2587 (925)  J: Mullen 629 "(337).  Gibsons A: Midway 3079, Ghosts'  1066. Gwen Edmonds 731 (294),  J. Davies 747 (280, 253), D. Skerry 246, K. Crosby 608, K. Swallow  604, G. Edmonds 724 (275), G. De-  Marco 654 (269), E. Connor 697  (249).  Ladies Wed.: Tartans 2355, Gibson Girls 826. G. Myton 533, M.  Holland 509, I. Oam 542, B. Holland 508, B. Woods 534, B. Swanson 243, D. Crosby 674 (252; 258),.  F. Raynor 533.  Teachers Hi: Ellovits 2453,  Goof ers 954. B. Lasser 252, J.  Bush 311, E. Yablonski 722 (258).  Commercials: Luckies.; 2767.  Larks 993. J. Clement 614, W.  Morrison 637, N. Nygren 626 (231)  E. Shadwell 240, H. Jorgenson  250, S. Mason 244.  Port Mellon: Rebels 2546, Hits  and Mrs, 933. J. Larkman 652,  C. Shepherd 644, W. Morrison' 724  (263).     k  Ball & Chain: Alley Oops 2724  (9,84). F. Strom 272; W. Douglas ,  647 (310), B. Benson 254, E.  Gill  723 (318, 266).  Men's: G. McLean 696, R. Godfrey  628 (265), R. Wiren 246; Hk  Jorgenson 267,  J. Larkman  623.  (273), L. Gregory 253.  Juniors: Mike Clement 375 (160,  215). John  Slinn 250.  COAST NEWS WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEY  (By EVE MOSCRIP)  Advanx Tire in the Men's Ten  Pin League set a high three for  the season rolling 2569. In the.  league eight individuals had. 500  or better ��� pretty fair. bowling.  -League   Scores:  Ladies: Lil MeCourt 671 (274);  Lola Caldwell 306, Norma Branca  299, Vivian Reeves - 281r. Sylvia  Jones 257, Harriet Duffy 253.  Pender:   Gordon Freeman 656 -  (283), Harold Klein 609,Barbara  Iyerson 521. k  Commercial: Gordon Freeman  676,  Sam MacKenzie 283, Norma  Churth Services  ANGLICAN  Community Church, Port Mellon  9:15 a.m., Holy Communion  y St. Bartholomew's,- Gibsons  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  11:15 a.m., Holy Communion  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  11:15 a.m., Matins  11 a.m., Sunday School  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  3   p.m., Evensong  .11 a.m., Sunday School  St. Mary's Church, Garden Bay  3 p.m., Evening Service:.  UNITED  Gibsons ���   '   ���  11 a.m., Sunday School  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m., Divine Service  Roberts  Creek  2 p.m., Divine Service  Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m., Divine Worship  Sunday School,  9:45 a.m.  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  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  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  Qhurch Services  and  Sunday School  . each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts  Creek United  Church   ,  Radio Program: The Bible  Speaks to You, over CJOR, 600,  1:30 p.m. every Sunday     k  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  Branca 680, Vona Clayton 266  Sports Club: Red Robinson 744,  Hazel Skytte 663, Ray Nelson 278  Harriet Duffy . 256, Ron Kennett  282' "'"i"11" ::':' "XX ������������':?.y  Ball & Chain: ^Al-Lyhh 666B343)  M_itt Jaegar 699, ;Marid&! Cook  265,; Etta Dboieyf:266.-k # x p-  x.y .kk-. TEN.:PIN&' k::,,kik  Men's: Errol Flumerfelf'r583  (209); Pelle Poulsen 553 (203),  Sam MacKenzie 547 (213), Lawrence Crucil 548 (203), George  Newsham 505 (204), Butch Ono  514 (200).  K/.'.^'M.eV'V  LA. TO ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION 109  If BAZIAAR  Wed., Qct. 9 - 2 to 4 p.ki.  Legion Hall - Gibsons  SECHELT THEATRE  1HURS., FRI.. SAT.r MON. OCT. 3. 4. 5 & 7  KIRK DOUGLAS SIR LAURENCE  OLIVIEP  SPARTAGUS  Technicolor  . Children 50c, Siidents 75c, Adults $1  Starts at 8, out at 11:05 p.m.  MATINEE, Regular prices, 2 p.m_ Saturday  JMPOT  ALSO NEW GAMES  Thursday,  8 p.m.  QUALITY FEATURES  ofzzAX.zZ  vaciciZ  SHOES  SHARP  1 LEATHER HEEL GRIP  Z COMBINATION HEEL FITTING  a LEATHER LINED/  4 COOKIE INSOLE TOR ADDED ARCH SUPPORT  & METATARSAL PAD ���-  *l  SCHOOL HALL  Gibsons  & TOP GRADE 80X TOE  7. LEATHER OUTSOLE  & CUSHIONED INSOLE  a HEAVY GUAGE RIBBED  STEEL SHANK j  10. CUSHIONED HEEL PAD  U. PURATIZEDUNINQ   ^  Gibsons Family Shoes  SYD EDWARDS, Prop.  Ph. 88G~��*833  Use Royal Bank services to help you manage  your money; to keep chequing, borrowing and  other expenses down too. Building a nest-egg?  .... ������';' open a: Royal savings account. For bill-  paying?.. ..a Royal personalchequing^ account. Cash for a: car. or'some other, heavy,  expense? ... . a Royal termplan loan. For o// -  your banking, your local "Royal" branch is the  helpful place to go.  ROYAL BANK  Gibsons Branch: J. C. Peddie, Manager.  EMPLOYERS WHO HIRE WORKMEN  FOR FULL OR PART-TIME WORK  The Workmen's Compensation Act of B.C. requires employers in  most industries tb register .with the Y Workmen's Compensation  Board. This includes persons operating small businesses such as  retail stores, apartment tiouses/strucking> restaurants, etc., where  one or more employees are hired for ejther full or part-time work.  If an employee in an industry covered under the Act sustains an  accident and his employer is not registered with the'Board the  employee is still entitled tp Workmen's Compensation benefits, but  k'his employer may be charged with ail of the cost of such benefits.  ''_���'������  ' ���/���' :'. '���:..''. '���'���!*���: ���..������..(���. -A1 -y.y   ,'; .    ' i      A    i  An>^rift In doubt as to whether he ;must register should writ*  'k      :       *. or telephone���-  ASSESSMENT DEPARTMENT  WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION BOARD  OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  707 WEST ��7lh AVENUE,  VANCOUVER JL��, B.O.  TELEPHONES 268-021,1


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