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Array *    GOLDEN^ CUP AWARD  f COFFEE .  / at DANNY'S   '  'COFFEE  HOUSE  &- AlOTEL  Gibsons ���  Ph.  8,6-9815  Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C.  SERVIJ��4"*kBv;GROWlNG SUNSHINE  COAST  Published  in   Gibsons, B.C.    , Voliime 17,  Njawber 41, October 17, 1963  7c per copy  A COMPLETE1'LINEk,'"'"1  OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine  Men's Wear  * ; Ltd.   k        *.  Ph.  886-2116 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  Tickets  available  for cooks  The Pender Harbour and Halfmoon Bay auxiliaries to St.  Mary's Hospital .are looking forward to a large turn-out at ��� the  Cooking Demonstration, Friday,  Oct. 25 at the Pender Harbour  High School auditorium.'  Sponsored by - the B.C. Hydro  and under direction of Miss Miller, actual dishes will be prepared and cooked with modern equipment set up on the auditorium  stage/  Tickets, priced at $1 are available from auxiliary - members,  merchants or can be obtained at  the door.  For those. who, attend there is  a chance of winning an electric  range, newest type toaster and  bun warmer, frozen food hampers  and the food prepared in the  demonstration. Local dealers and  foodf stores are contributing gen.  erously to ensure the success of  this venture.  Money raised will be used by  the Halfmoon Bay auxiliary to  furnish a rooirj in the new hospital how under construction .and  by Pender Harbour auxiliary to  defray " expenses of alterations  and newf equipment for the present hospital at Garden Bay.  A bus has been chartered to  leave Sechelt Bus Depot at 6:45  p.m., return fare $1. 'Please  phone Mrs. P. Meuse at 885-9340  or Mrs. F. Wyngaert at 886-9340  regarding transportation.  What has Gibsons got?  *  *  *,  *  *  *  #:''-f Hef'" ���*���'  Gambier letter writer offers view  OLD MODEL GETS "IN FASHION": Pretty Faith Cardwell, of Burnaby, uses a vintage auto to illustrate the proper fashion fojr B.C.  automobiles during National Forest Products.Week,,October 20 to 26.  The bumper strip, thousands of which are being distributed throughout Vancouver. Island and the: Lower Mainland,, points out one of the  economic facts of life ��� that half of British Columbia's dollar income comes from the forest products industry, directly or indirectly.  Incidentally, the auto is a 1923 McLauchlin Buick Tourer, and it's  still roadworthy.  Roberts Greek wharf  to be sold or removed  ;" Editor: I was somewhat surprised to read two letters, signed by a Ron Whitman, and presumably from the Gibsons Cham-  /<ber of Commerce,'protesting that '  ��� Gibsons had been left off two  ��� tourist maps: one CGTB 1963 and  one issued by the B.A. Oil Cc for  31963.  />- Tourist maps are, I understand,  "'printed and issued as a guide and  (*;aid:to;tourists and other visitors  -*so' that they will- know what plac- :  4C-.fes welcome them;: how they get  /there and what facilities are "of-'  'fered.   k ���rv.-y'.  "   I have known Gibsons for well  \ on to 25 years, and from the tra-  ; veiling public point of view, Gib-  ) sons has changed very little over  "r that period:  Not only ourselves,  I but other residents of this island,  and probably others, would have  /liked  to have taken friends  and  relatives   visiting us from other  parts   of  Canada  and from  the  U.S.A. to Gibsons for a visit, but  with children, after a boat  ride  .they   all  nearly   always   require  personal   attention,   and  Gibsuns  -or  the   Gibsons   Village   fathers  have   steadfastly refused to supply any facilities for tourists and  visitors.  We who live on the islands ad  jacent, do our shopping in Gib-  sens, some visit regularly, and  perhaps the people . of Gibsons  would be very-surprised to know  the amount of money spent in  Gibsons 'by these visitors. Incidentally, some refuse To have a  cup of coffee while there for obvious reasonsk The Black Ball  ferry moved to Langdale, and the  letter complained thatk Langdale  was on the map and Gibsons was  not ��� well they do have a "comfort station at Langdale for their  customers. k  A visitor arriving at the end of  the wharf at Gibsons, sees what?  A hill going up to where?' A few  shops on the street on the left,  and a few more on the street on  the right. Is there a shopping centre? If so where is it, how do you  get to it? Walk or take a taxi,  or what have you? Is there a hotel there, is there a motel there?  To be candid I don't know, and  for the past seven years I've lived  within 20 miles of Gibsons. What  does Gibsons offer the tourist?  As far as I can see, nothing.  We have been under the .impression that Gibsons does not  want tourists, so has done nothing for them, 'but now that the  map   makers   have   acceded   to  your wishes yea write * letters of  protest. If you want to get ont  the tourist map you have to DO  something about it, riot write let.  ters, and pernaps the first thing  would be to get rid of some of the  deadwood thinking that has been  apparent for the past 25 .years if  not longer. Show the tourists that  you want them, give them facilities, build up tourist goodwill  and you won't have to worry  about begging to get on the map.  Incidentally by protesting you-  have drawn attention to the tourists themselves that you have  been left off, and they might try  and find out why, and it might be  they will find out that you offer  them nothing.  I would like t0 add one word of  warning. If you want to get into-  the tourist market you had better start working on it, for it is  possible that a direct road from  Langdale to Sechelt could be built  and then you might find that you  are not only not on the map but  also not on the road.  All over the world they are  learning that if you want progress, you have to pass leadership t0 younger hands.. Can Gib.  sons profit from this idea?  John Heath. Gambier Harbour  Roberts Creek government  wharf structure has been advertised for sale. by Crown Assets  Corporation and if it is not purchased by someone it will be dismantled,   according  to  a  letter  demolition of this wharf in March  of this year. Early this summer  we were approached by Rockgas  Propane Limited, who were looking for a* site 6n the Sechelt Peninsula where  they could unload  Catamaran houseboat built  Credit Union  from the federal department of;'bulk carrying* barges  into   land  public works' in .Vancouver , to  Jack Davis; M.P. for "this constituency. /  Here, is ,a copy of the letter  sent the."Coast News by Jack  Davis* in-Ottawa: -���. .- .,  Members- of 32ft: credit unions  in British Columbia, on October  17, will join 17 million others in  .all parts of the world for the 15th  annual celebration of Intemation-'  al Credit Union Day.  This year Credit Union Day  will be observed by people in 67  countries. All will build their pro.  . grams around the theme, Helping  Hands in Many Lands which was  chosen because it reflects the  self-help spirit of these non-profit  organizations designed to provide  a means whereby people, may  save together and meet their own  requirements for useful credit at  low cost. 'I  Recent developments in the  field of world-wide credit union  growth include an agreement between the United States Agency,  for International Development  and the Credit Union National  Association to organize credit  unions in Latin America under  the Alliance for Progress.  Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, in extending good wishes for  continued -success to credit union  people of Canada,; stated: "I especially commend; those responsible for introducing the ideals of  self-help to developing nations  around the world."  .  In British Columbia 230,000  people belong to credit unions;  in all of Canada/ three million.  installations    for    d i s t ribution  throughout tlie   peninsula.   They  indicated an interest in Roberts",  Creek as a location for these in-'  stallations and expresed an interest, in purchasing the deparment's^1. island's west co'astj" he 'and his  mended to, and.approved by, the    be-rsoIved by some sort of float-  department that the wharf struc-  (By LES PETERSON)  One of the most unusual and interesting vessels ever launched in  these parts was hauled to the water in Gibsons bay by'Eric Inglis  on Oct. 3.  ' Two months ago, when logger  Bill Braun of Selma Park discovered that his next jo^ would take  I him  to Zeballos,   on   Vancouver  to our'headquarters'that the condition of the Roberts Creek wharf,  had deteriorated to the point that  it was- becoming hazardous, to the  public. As this wharf has not been  used for a good many years, it  was recommended that it be removed. A recommendation for removal was made on the basis  that we saw.no other use for it  at that time and that as there  was salvable value in the piling,  it was our intent to salvage these  piling and use them elsewhere.  Authority was received for the  ture at Roberts Creek be advertised for sale by Crown Assets  Corporation. This sale has, now  been advertised and the closing  date for tenders is Oct. 25. If no  tenders are' received, or if they  are not considered fair and reasonable, I. .would presume that  the department would revert to  their original proposal to demolish the wharf. Yours very truly,  A. W. Walkey, District Engineer,  B.C.-Yukon.    -  Auxiliary needs recipes  Round dancing  lessons offered  The first night of the Round  Dance Workshop with Harry arid  Franky Somerville, teaching will  be held Saturday, Oct. 19 at Hopkins Hall at 8:30 p.m.-The club  extends a hearty welcome'to all  persons interested in learning  round dancing, lessons to be pnee  a month, dates to be announced  at a later date. ���������'.-  Pie Night on Oct. 12 was a huge  success with four, squares, present. It was wonderful to' see so  many new faces. The-games were  fun and a pie was raffled off.  More evenings like this - are; plan-',  ned. .,'"���. k--kkf.kk  A pot luck supper which turned  into an excellent smorgasbord  was heartily enjoyed by 25 members and guests at the Gibsons  Hospital Auxiliary Oct. 10 meeting. After dinner, President Mrs.  E. Inglis. opened the'meeting and  '.MrskE. yWardil presented Mrs.  D. Fyles with a past president's  pin.    ,   ��� /A ��� Zz  Mrs. C. CrOwe, on behalf 0f the  Ladies Auxiliary to the Legion,  109, presented a cheque for a  bolt of flannelette to be made up  by the Hospital Auxiliary ladies  and the garments to be forwarded  to the hospital. Thanks go to all  Legion ladies for  this  generous  gift.,v.ykT';-:'--': '. A:  There will be a bus leaving Sechelt at 6:45 p.m. for ...the' Pender Harbour Cooking demonstration on Oct; 25. Anyone wishing  transportation to Sechelt, please  get in touch with Mrs. D. Fyles,  886-7714.  Entries for a Christmas card  contest open to Auxiliary members and hospital patients should  be. entered by Dec. 1. Further information on this may be obtained from  auxiliary members.  Over 50 beautiful Christmas  corsages have'already been made  by auxiliary members and with  two months yet till Christmas,  many more will be readied for  sale.  The next meeting will.be held  on Nov. 14- at 8 p.m. in the Anglican Church"Hall. Members are  reminded to bring their recipes  and Nabob, coupons. Donations  of ,either hand made or bought  .aprons are also being requested.  These may--be given,to Mrsi F.  Wyngaert  ing'home.  Jean's boatbuilder brother,  Jack-Gooldrup, suggested a house  boat ori',a catamaran hull. He  worked out what he believed to  be a practicable design, and com.  menced- construction immediately^ ���     k  The Sain-Ko, Sechelt Indian  name for the Strait of- Georgia,  and signifying, roughly translated  Mighty Water, is thus a Gooldrup  design, and another innovation in  Pacific Coast building.  Hull of this craft is comprised  of a decking 31 feet by 13i6 feet  placed atop two pontoons; each  two feet wide and four feet high.  The after half of the deck is occupied by a cabiri^ divided equally into bedroom and pilot house-  kitchen-living' room.  Power is provided by a 260 hp.  Interceptor, mounted on the deck,  driving a'".'. 24 x ,22y propellor  through a -43 to lfBorg Warner reduction gear; Three steel struts  hang the shaft between the two  pontoons, which draw 14 inches  of water, and support a log-guard,  beneath the propellor at a depth  of 2.5 feet.  All plywood joints,onot fonly in.  the pontoons, but also in tlie deck,"  walls! and roof ofthe��� cafcihkare  toons are sheathed with fibreglass  below the water line and protected with gumwobd shoes and steel  bow  plates.  As a safety factor, the pontoons  are divided into six sections, any  three of which, intact, would keep  the vessel afloat. In addition, a  plywood covering t0 The underside between pontoons forms a  six inch air space throughout the  entire deck surface.  Electrical circuits have been installed to permit use or either 12  volt direct or 110 volt alternating  current. The mahogany lined cabin-pilot house is provided with  homemaking amenities, including  chesterfield couch and easy chair  Location of steering-wheel, controls and dial panel give operator  commanding visibility through  cabin-wide plate glass window  ahead and sliding "side windows.  As the motor had not been run  in prior to departure of the Sain.  Kofrom Gibsons on Oct. 12, the  Interceptor demanding  30  hours  below full speed, trials could not  be completed here. However,  at.,  approximately two-thirds throttle,  the twin hulls  broke  clear and.  started  to   plane, indicating potential speeds.,hot readily avail*  fable tof the average displaceriierit-  hull   smally^craft^ andf certainly,  Jack Gooldrup is 'endeavoring  to pilot Bill and Jean Braun, their  youngest daughter, Jay-Lynn, and'  her pet puppy, Ko-Ko,. to Zeballos via Juan de Fuca Strait. While  Bill works at logging, Jean plans  to do some commercial trolling  with the house boat, and Jay-  Lynn is scheduled to continue her  schooling through correspondence:  courses.  Hallowe'en io help needy  program starts  . The winter training program  of the Sunshine Coast Athletic  Club will commence on. Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the  Sechelt Legion Hall.  -The training sessions will be  under the : guidance of Coach  John Little, who recently attended the r Royal Canadian Legions  Track & Field. coachesclinic at  Guelph, Ontario. This clinic was  the largest 6'f its' kind ever held  in Canada and had for instructors ��rorld famous coaches from  .five "cwjpjt#esv ,..y ,,".- ,."._'���   _  ' ;���  k^/'Ki^^png j^if215'stu-.  the accent will be on weight  training, isometrics and circuit  training.  .Through the courtesy of Captain    Sam    Dawe    of    Sechelt  weights have been loaned to the  _ club.  Officials of the  club  also  * acknowledge   the   generosity   of  the Sechelt Recreation  commission     which    loaned track and  ��� field equipment. The Sechelt Legion Branch No.  140, has made  their hall  available to the athletes for their training sessions.  It is time to start saving pennies because Hallowe'en is just  two weeks away, and more of our  children than ever will be out collecting for those children who do  not have the necessities  of life.  The children will be supporting  the. "Save the Children Fund."  At a meeting held last week at  the' h-ome of Mrs. Labonte children representing the Guide companies, Brownie ; packs, Baptist  Sunday School and Roberts Creek  Elementary School chose a project for this year's collections. In  previous years the small contribu.  tion has just been absorbed into  the general UNICEF fund.  It was decided to use the money  to build houses in the' village of  Kamchuri, Korea where the Dr.  Spohn Clinic is located. It will  be remembered that the Clinic,  supported  entirely by  Save  the  Hobby Show!  YOUNG SQUARE JMWra^  *      -^"^*VAx?^fa&?receive^ ;o days of mten-  Square   dancing   torA (_^^  from 7 years of age ant upwmy^  start Friday- Oct. 18  at 7 p.m;f:^U��S^TlSe^ini^was headed; by  in Gibsons United Church Chris-   ;Geoteq_?& Dyson   world   famous .  tian Education Centre  building, v coach:*;-*nd7 national director"df  Beginner   and   advanced   pupils    -the-   Royal     Canadian     Sports  will meet at 7 p.m. so that class-     Training program,  ^s can be arranged. At the local training sessions  The big Hobby Show is drawing  closer day by day. Have you got  your hobby ready for display?  This annual show, it will be the  third annual show this year, will  be held in Gibsons United Church  Children Fund is a memorial to  Dr. Peter Spohn, a Vancouver  pediatrician who drowned two or  three years ago at Paisley Island.  The children felt that if the  patients at the Clinic had to return to damp miserable shacks  patched up with cardboard and  old tea chests half the value of  the work was being undone. A  reasonably dry and warm house  can be built for $85, labor provided free, and the target for 1963  is four houses. The Save the Children Fund will .��� furnish reports  and photographs of the houses  and the families who occupy them  The black and white Save the  Children Fund collecting tins and  pictures of the Dr. Peter Spohn  Clinic will be on display at Sunnycrest and the Drug Store before Hallawe'en so that all may  become familiar with them. Any  youth group or individual child  who would like to help should  contact Mrs. L. Labonte, 886-7710  or Mrs. F. West, 886-2147 as early  as possible so that tins may be  ordered. '  This family  needs help  Help is sought for a burned-out  Sechelt family. They were forced1,  to flee from their burning home-  on Nickerson Road at approximately 3 a.m. Saturday and were-  unable to save anything.  Now they are being sheltered  ���by neighbors and help has beer-  offered by others. The family  consists of Mr. and Mrs. Hans  Lehman, Sigfreid 21, Gudrun 17  and Eilie, 9.  No one knows how the firek  started but the home is now arf  pile of burned ash. Those desiring to help can send donations to  IOOF Sunshine Coast Lodge No.  76 in care of T. I. B. Smith, Box  430, Sechelt, or if you live in the  Gibsons area, the Coast News office.  Volleyball anyone?  Are you male, 16 or more and  interested in volleyball? If so  this should interest you.  Ari effort is underway to start  a volleyball league to play each  Tuesday night from 7 to 9 o'cloclr  in Elphinstone school gymnasium  It is good exercise and lots of  fun. It will be competitive volleyball so if you are interested  be at the school gym Tuesday  night.  NEW   CAR CptJB  A custom car club * has been  formed in Gibsons with a membership of 35. .,'.-���'���'���  Thef-plans of- the plub are- to ;>Christian .Education   centre,  have   organized   and * legal ���hdt^ '���' '-"Rntrv  fnrmc toMi y*> nvm*  rodding and they- hQP,ey;the; community will offer its support. -,;.'���'  For any information please cohi  tact L'oyd Bingley or phone 886-  9304 after 6 p.m.  Entry forms will be available  shortly containing the necessary  information regarding entry fees  and types of entries.  PTA MEETING  Mrs. Isobel Cull, vice president  of the B.C. Teachers Association,  will speak at Gibsons PTA regular meeting. Anyone interested  in education is invited to hear  her. The meeting will be held in  the Elementary School, Monday,,  Oct. 21 at 8 p.m.  Mailing Dates  Christmas! It's closer than you  think!  That is why the post office has  issued  a  deadline   for   mailing  overseas   parcels.   Here   is   the  schedule, so be guided by it:  ,' To South America, Oct. 26.  To Australia and Japan, Nov. $  To Europe Nov. 4.  To Great Britain, Nov. 21. n  5Vftte&.s&��  ivmnmcumc  in   mil mi i     ...mini   ..Tii      i h/iTii   inT i,,--| n .  AN \pm?oH,M^rt.coutx> nsusi* se*-  ttUFVuHYlS-TBe S��5^AJWITH:.'3ftAT.��TS  A'Putt PRA^je SHCfT-U^r ��s f**^-^  eOTJOHreR-^O FROBABLV KWOW &��?27r.  iti.Tfiyrr;/iK?BousH ao? \��ri>s doss  see/* a ewxrr pe*t.*i&  ���xP-?ctcf*n ��?bAi  ^.*^w?j^-  ^ke ���oast f&etiis  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, $1.75 for six months. United  tates and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Towards the future!  f  Gibsons municipality is on the verge of a progressive movement  which will eventually lead to an expanded water supply and an efflu-  snt sewer system.  So far a tentative sewer proposition has been placed before council as a basis on which to decide what could be done. The water sit-  -���ation is now being explored.and a report should be made, possibly  m a couple of weeks time.  In the meantime council is checking closely into the federal gov-  aornment's Municipal Development and Loan Fund which will have at  Ss disposal $400,000,000 to assist municipalities in getting some capital  -works under way. The federal government's interest in such capital  works is to provide employment; arid at the same time help munici-  fplities with their problems.  There is $35,800,000 of the $400,000,000 available for municipalities  a_ British Columbia. The municipality in making its application to  flame within the scope of the act, presents its requirements to a provincial municipal board, and they are examined in relation to  Ibe municipal capabilities of affording such expense in relation to its  financial status. If it passes this test it is sent to Ottawa officials for  final approval.  What happens is that the Municipal Fund will supply up'to two-  thirds of the required funds at federal interest rates plus a one-quarter  percent service charge. Then if the municipal project is completed  art or before March 31, 1966 the loan board'"shall forgive payment of  35 percent of the loan," or one-sixth of the total cost of the project  iL'tha full-federal two-third^ha?4-^n|tti^  Gibsons is fortunately in'the position to use this "Municipal Fund  as the time is ripe for water and sewer development. There is ample  Sme, between now and March 31, 1966 for a sewer and water project  1b be completed entirely.  It will mean that Gibsons will have to raise by debentures sufficient money to cover its one-third of the total cost. No one knows  last yet what both a water and sewer project for the village will  amount to. However the fact that one-sixth of the cost can be scratched off should be of help in giving council the incentive to take part in  fins1*Municipal Fund. Gibsons will need more water and very soon,  faojThe; problem of finding water is not a major factor. There is wa.*  fer^aEvailable but it needs controlling. and diverting into channels  wifere it can be stored and used. As regards the effluent sewer system, if the village can get a main system underway with federal as-  aEstance, the cost of the lateral lines required at a later date will not  Be too heavy.  Gibsons municipality is in a favorable position as, regards its  iTnances. Its present outstanding debt involves debentures for the  present water system which cost $50,000 in 1952. There is less than  lalf that amount owing.  According to a provincial municipal, department formula the vii-  Srge can borrow up to $150,000. This is more than might be needed.  ���SHusons should take a good look at the federal Municipal Development Fund. It could help in the building of a good water and sewer  system.  The Davis Ottawa Diary  By JACK DAVIS. M.P.  ��oast-Capilano Constituency  In recent weeks no department  of government has received a  suder surprise than national defense.  As soon as Paul Hellyer, the  40-year old ex-Toronto house-  builder moved into his office at  defense headquarters in Ottawa  and settled himself beside the  yellow telephone which connects  his instantaneously with the  command posts of Western defense, the military chiefs began  to lobby for their favorite projects.  They presented him with elabo.  rate briefs documenting their requirements: the RCAF would  need at least 66 more CF-104  jets as. . backup units for .the  NAyp . air division; the Navy  would need confirmation of its  $375 million general-purpose  frigate program; the army  would need to have the Bobcat  personnel carrier.  But as word began to filter  Sack through national defense  headquarters that Hellyer intended to purchase no more CF-104s,  no general-purpose frigates and  no Bobcats, the reaction was  skepticism; then stunned disbelief. There was muffled comment from the odd brass hat  that Hellyer was acting like a  Bush-league Robert McNamara.  BeJIyer   is   no McNamara, but  like his U.S. counterpart he believes civilian authority must be  imposed on the military establishment. The country's defense  policy had no definite direction  during the Diefenbaker years  because it had no clear foreign  policy to follow. Instead, the  armed services concentrated on  meeting specific weapons commitments set by NATO and  NORAD. Policy, in effect, became  secondary to equipment.  The Liberal government intends to meet: the commitments  undertaken but not fulfilled by  the Conservatives," but Hellyer  is determined to freeze future  procurement until his administration determines the details of  its external affairs objectives.  Once they have been, set, he  hopes to formulate an appropriate, complementary policy  for defense.,        w ���_....  One concept being considered  is to turn the bulk of Canada's  military machine into a mobile  self-sufficient force, modeled on  the U.S. Marine Corps. It would  have its own vertical-take-off  tactical support planes as well  as troop air transports and sea  supply units.  Creation of such a force would  probably also * fulfill Paul Hellyer's- intention of moving toward a merger .of the three services, a step which has the enthusiastic backing of Prime  Minister Lester Pearson.  Responsibility refused by captain  So12-ii_i_e  (By M. NEWMAN)  Mrs. John Balfour", whose home  is at Roberts Creek, 2J4 -miles  east of the wharf, sat in her  cheerful living room, surrounded  by mementos of the past intermingled with photographs of her  family, and sipped tea from wedding china which had been  brought from Scotland 55 years  ago. In her musical Scottish voice  she reminisced about the past  which included all but one summer of the 50 which she spent at  Roberts Creek.  She first saw the Creek and  her beach property in 1913, three  months before the arrival of her  third son. At that time there was  neither a wharf nor a lower road,  and after climbing down from  the steamship down a rope ladder to a waiting row boat which  landed her on the beach, she had  to walk along a beach trail to  her place.  The Balfour's first camp ��vas  a shack which was erected in 24-  hours. Another room was added  and the minimum of furniture  brought in. Heavy goods were  ' transported from the steamer en~'  Harry Roberts' small boat and  then dragged up from the beach  by a horse.  On May 24, 1914, when baby  Brick (Alex) was eight months  old, the family came from Vancouver to spend a week. There  was a heavy sea that day and  the captain of the SS Comox refused to be responsible for mother  and baby going overboard to the  tossing row-boat which awaited  them.  So it was that Mrs. Balfour's  brother went ashore with the' luggage and groceries and the other's"  Mr.  and   Mrs.   Balfour   and  th?  - baby and two small boys, landed  at Sechelt.  Since, there v/a3~~m>t  a rig obtainable, they set.out to  walk the 12 miles or so to their  camp. At Wilson Creek they were  befriended by people who lived in  the house now  occupied by   the  'MacDonalds,    probably    Captain  Cope and his, family. There they  were given refreshments  and a  horse and buggy. Mr. Balfour returned the next day to -Vancou-.  ver, and because one of the children developed   toothache,   Mrs.  Balfour also  returned home before the week was up.  Later in the year the Roberts  Creek wharf was built and travel  became less hazardous. Shortly  after that a wagon trail was made  'along the lower road. *'  ; Not long after they purchased  the property from Sid Lamport  ,who had bought property with  *Joe Smith, the family moved to  Trail where Mr. Balfour founded  a plumbing business now operated by two sons, Brick and Gordon .  The distance, however, did not  prevent them from, coming each  year to the Creek the minute  school was let out. The fishing,  boating and swimming were all  that the four boys and one girl  required. Mrs. Balfour, in those  early days, counted the hours until she could return to civilization.. -'  On Hallowe'en 1939,f their camp  was burned down. It burned for  several days as the basement  had been stocked with firewood.  Caps which had been'stored-on  ceiling teams exploded and caused considerable excitement. The  present- modern "bungalow was  built in the following year.  When Mr. Balfour retired in  1948 the couple moved to their  home here but he. lived only six  months after. One son,also died.  Mrs. Balfour, who spends considerable time in the. city, has  many nieces,.nephews and grandchildren. Her children are Dr.  John Balfour, urologist iri Vancouver, Mrs. Andrew Kelvin.  Var>?cuver and Brick and Gordon,  Trail.  2       Coast News,  Oct. 17,  1963.  Gems of Thought  ' '"'  '"SELF-PUNISHMENT"  Hatred  is   self-punishment.  ���Hosea  Ballou  There   are   no  eyes   so "sharp  as the eyes of hatred.  ���George  Stillman Hillard  Years of love have been forgot, In the hatred of a -minute.  ���Edgar Alan Poe  Love must triumph over hate.  Mary "Baker Eddy  Hate no one; hate their vices,  not   themselves.���John   Brainard  Folks   never   understand   the  folks they hate.'���James Russell  Lowell  i y r  N. Richard McKibbin  WE CAN FILL  ANY PRESCRIPTION  Every month new, drugs are marketed for  prescription use. We continuously read the  medical and pharmacy journals to keep up to  date on their progress. As soon as they are released, the leading pharmaceutical firms have  .our standing order to send us a supply.  Even if you consult a physician in another  city, bring prescriptions back home to us for  compounding. We can do it and it will be more  convenient for you if a refill is needed.  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 STORES Ltd.  INSURANCE  G'bsons  886-2023  Rae W. Kruse  Sechelt  885-2134  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists  PHONE   886-2062 GIBSONS.  BC  A PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE  R V? R  a  I'm going across to thebank for a '-minute"  Wherever Canadians live and work, a local chartered  bank is nearby���a familiar, friendly source of financial  services. Banking in Canada-has been brought to  people'as in few othercountries-*the^proportion  of banking centres to population is among the highest  intheworld.  Every day more customers become aware that a  chartered bank can not only guard their savings,  cash their cheques and make loans, but help in many  other ways too. They find new banking services  being introduced, others being changed, improved or  enlarged.kFdr;example: '^personal;fmoney orders,  life^insured loans, company payrpll plans, night depositories, bankmgbymaili safety deposit boxes���-the  list could go on and on.    ;  '���'"-:  Tlie local brMi& c^the bank is the one place  where youTl find complete banking facilities���aU  under one rodf.k  THE CHARTERED BANKS SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY  through fulfoange banking responsive to growing, changing needs  ,:,../  J3DJ--  -M Coast  News,  Oct.  17,  1963.  A Thome Duncan tribute  Thome Duncan of Pender Harbour, killed in a log-hauling accident October 6 on Texada Is-,  land, was the husband of Louelr  la May, the devoted fatner of  .Wendy, Glenna and Roger and  a fine man throughout.  Thorne was  of the select few.  At work,  he never spared him-  Cadillac has been" redesigned for 1964 to give a longer, wider look  along with mc*e comfoit. All Cadillacs are slightly longer and the  distinctive Cadillac tailfms have been lowered more than an inch to  increase the unbroken look of the profile Treatment of the grille  and front bumper is pronounced horizontal to - give . the ���' appearance  of greater width. New tires on all models havei increased Mead, life  as much as 25 percent and givegreater traction;.And a bigger mqre:  . powerful engine, has increased power in the city 'driving range of 20  to 45 mph. Thisis the Cadillac four-window sedan de ViUek one of  11 body styles available in three series.  ,  READY  illf A  concrete  P  &  W   Development  CO,  Phone, 886-9857 ��� Gibsons  MONEY  Need a loan in a hurry?  The fastest and easiest  way to find either R^NKS  or LOAN COMPANIES is'in  the YELLOW PAGES, where  YOUR FINGERS DO THE  WALKING.  ���:-:^<*$&Asm  . &f! iZM*. ��Xmm>��  AWBERTS CR&K  (By MADGE NEWMAN)  HonorlngkMrs.. yEtheL Hewitt,  who has moved to Vancouver;f an  . Aloha tea was held Friday at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Lin-  , ten.when old friends and neighbors gathered to say good-bye.,"  For many years Mrs. Hewitt  has taken an active part in com.  munity and church affairs? at  Roberts Creek, and her loss'.will  be keenly felt. ..:!���_  Plans are going aheau for a  carnival at the hall; on Oct. 19.  Each school child has been asked  to. donate something. .tqwards; the  e ant hainper which*wili be a bin; .  go prize. The school Parents'  Auxiliary', fcommittee members  are: arranging fa full afternoon  and evening���"���'of entertainment for  all .ages. :' "���'���",:; *' ���"'"''"x^.x-^A-   ,   Hr%.Z. SS;;*C-#Fennel,   of   "^hite  , Rcc^v BSs'been, the guest of her  'dafrgliteik Mrsk Stan Howlahd,'  while Mr; Rowland /hunted'-andf  visited in the Prince George, Dog  Creek districts. Lome Gregory  accompanied his brother-in-law;  Mrs. Rowland has had her sister, Mrs. Anne Evans, and three  children, of White Rock, to visit  for a few days.   .  Mrs. M. H. Bell, of Seattle, is  the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ruth  Mitchell.  Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robson and  children of Kamloops, are guests  c" Mr. and -Mrs. A. Kemp for a  week.*  Visiting the 'George Gaynes  family-arevMr. and Mrs. E. Ren-  nick of Portland who are* en route  , to Toronto where they will reside.  ��� ���h.x:-:>yj  wA��  2-nation Indian pow w<m  :Hon. vGuy_ Fayreau; minister  of r.citizenship "arid immigration  and superintendent ��� general,. ;of  Indian kaffairs, ��� ���'announces'--ythe  first joint conference: on Indian  Affairs ever held by Canadian  and United "'../States government  officials at a working level will  will ;C.Iose soon. ;in Phoenix, Arizona. !���'.._. ���'1/X'AVX-''Z'- '-x���^x.:.:/ ���  ': The main purpose of; the conference  will -be  to provide ;for  '. an interchange of information  between 'the administrators of  Indian affairs in the two countries on a wide- range of problems of mutual--concern^ 'Economic :; development    of '/���. Indian  : communities    ;ahd    employment  IMPORTANT SIGHTS  Tjhe Winchester Western Hunter  Safety^ Clinic, urges f hunters to  sight-ih their . firearms . before  hunting. By doing so ;yoii.:know  where your bullet will strike at  any given range. If bullets are  hitting to the. right, "the frear  sight should be moved to the ,left.  The rear sight is alw.ays vmpved  in the direction- in which the shot  should go. 'X'":..':. - .  will" be stressed, along with education, Indian local government;.  welfare, housing and health, fin''  addition to the benefit of theflh-v  dian in both countries.  Colonel H.'M. Jones, Acting  Deputy Minister -; Of Citizenship  and Immigration will ��� head the  Canadian delegation. The 'group  will include regional supervisors  and members of the headquarters staff of the Indian Affairs  Branch- as well as representatives . of the Department Of  Northern Health Services.  The United States participants  will include' Commissioner Phil-  leo Nash and other senior officers from the Washington office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Bureau's 10 area  directors.  self. At leisure, he was entertaining in relating the dozens of  incidents arising out. of his many  .years ais; .fisherman, trapper and  Ibgger. " His was a clear and  probing mind in dealing with  the problems, large and small,  thatf confront, us all. as parents  and citizensk ky  He was -helpful and kind. He  was y moderate in speech, but  spoke \?ell and fluently. He was  tolerant and good-humored, but  strong in his convictions of what  was right.kHe.was ��� modest, but  progressive arid ambitious in his  c&flirig'yk" xxx/ .���;-..������������������.  Thorrie;Duncan may be gone,  b'uflhe^reavesf^a shining memory.  ��� Rolph Bremer"  ^  ^raJ^i  %  TOWING SERVICE  Peninsula Motors  ���Xy,A.,.U&.l  Phone  DAYS - 885-2111  NITES ��� 885-2155  Buy your  Canada  Savings  Bonds  :;It 7-was. Earl Grey, donor ''��� of  football's -Grey Cup, who suggested that the Plains of Abraham should be 'preserved as a  national inoriument.  Dieter's  TV & HI-FI Service  Service calls between Wilson Creek and Port Mellon  SAVE MONEY-BRING YOUR SET IN  OPEN 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ��� FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Phone 886*^384 ��� GIBSONS  (Average Yield to matlffllf  5.03% Per Annum)  at the f  Royal  Ask for application form  at your nearest branch.  Buy for cash or by instalments. Canada Saving-  Bonds never fluctuate ia  value, can be cashed any  time for full face valu��,  plus interest.  ROYAL BAN K;  T  ..-���  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 banks, 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 Saving'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 youTBank.  You will, receive your,.money  immediately. Canada 'Savings  Bonds are better than cash I  You get interest on Canada Savings  -��� Bonds on November 1st each year  ���4%% for each of the first 2. years;  5% for each of the next,6 years and  5!4% for each of the remaining 4  years���giving an average return of  5.03% a year when held to maturity.  Inr12 years with accumulated  interest every $100 Bond will be  worth $161.00.  CANADA SAYINGS BONDS/63  C$M iX  k'kyl  ^kfiii^ili  TINKLEY) range arid -j other 'line elecirical  Ticke^'liefping^fest'fbr-the;   'ZP^^1^^^^^M&?AA  co6kery^^embhstratibri>��tbA bef   Halfmoon .B^ Auxiliary |^n' this;^  kh^^t the; Pender^  fauditoriUiir?bri*Oct^2�� Everivfbr    a room m the ne?v; hospital |at-- ���  A-.those? unable to *fattehd; < a 'ticket; -��� Sechelt.  v ������/ "/.-_ ��� -. Xx.:x./AAA:'$_&%  :X:��&& a  cHOTce:otf^an Electric f    Welcome -Beach    Community y  ���7:m- ���-���: ::>;..: .-������->-���- ryvyixiir-.x -vX;        association-held a asocial teven-y;  sHBMB��iB_fe_;.    ing;yonf^Pri:i,:^Octk.4^%ithf!?^ey;yv:  Canon: Greene incliai^f^feri^'  tertainmenti -Harold Swanson of ���  Sechelt; showed jhisficollectiion^v:  cblored'yslideskaccbinpai^  ankei&lairatc^  were '���.;./ mkgmticentZ '}:locafcAyiewsiX/y  fine>;natuarestudies^a trip to*old~k 1||  ; time Barkervilleyandv to^tlfef.WiV.y |||g  .: liams ?Lake% rodeo ;and�� Zpt'&&A-.' ||t��lf  ticulajr^int^rest ?gtof ^untereif?pic-y;:^^;  ��� tures jof f .deierkand / ;moqse *-huink? f^l''*''""'  ing. I^ogressive'wliist���>/followed  and*^Mrs.-:ifJack^Morgan? tpokythe  (By &��; SMITH)  :..-ff ;;^J-SEMINAIl:PN.,WQOD  Neftv developments and appli-  fcationsi in its. Use will be featur-  '���'" THE-yWEEK  ,am: thirteen X years  [fsAlJSTtER:    "I plying. Th^ -dsb seem ;tp ^                                                           on    .ears  old.  I have "out of^r^^                                                                                      at  a problem.;I want toftalk to'my tinue to^liyejwith themfand do     tfce Univ&siry of British Colum-  mother, about^things,  but -I a*,- nothing aboa^h|m.^f   y           f    bi^bctkl7k^9: The seminar is  afraid to start asking, questions. Take  y*M��v~pi;6blems to your     ^A^z* -:k��^rwi>  i7-l���5r,���/,^������  My; mother and I are;very close mother: You^ feeltinueh;better:   sP��n^^^kb^kThe Engineering  and 71  don't  want   anything   to about  themkasilJi**-^^  happen between us: What should tell   her kwl^t;^^^;are^f'Andy    tion with the                         Brit-  1 d0?ll. when you T^0iatifi0tiem oyer,     ishf iCoiui^ia's^^ii /engineering  OUR REPIiY:. "You are for- you will firid ;that'Jydur ;relation-; . department Z and ^extension   de-  |4unate to 7 feel that you have a ship is ev^i^rek'clp^e" Jthari f partinOTtf aricl extension depart-  |-'f close(relationship    with    your you realizedkj f-kkk-^ :���:         x^me^i x-. Zyy.Ax/y        '  f:\motheiv��� <and;ifwwT3dng need- ' ''" "'" ~***'vi":���-;~   '           .w >���.�����-       ,.,.,...,,..  v<a HZii.  y -. .. ���:]:. <-y;.-X<M-:''iv;/A  ?.>.:$  ���..������.j.--JtS5fc��i'.tt$:  AA��$^RT:^tmjL0k::  TO PENDER HARSOUR  ZAiAvAX  k Gaudreau    of A -ixmis^Creek, of    ierfe's '-funniest, k  f Kamloops areaw; ��� ... .��� ,->������������ i v. -r-    -;  k| :vMrsy G^&Si^son ha^etoum^  "'��� ''ed'^tq ^est;?\&nce^eiktif^?*' ^---:*  ���f:'��winter...-. f; ./:'-   .,yky:y-,y'k;/<:y:���. ~~<.d       ,....  '���A: ���'���"; :"���'"'. 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'���*:'  .���'^JiiiuSifp.feiih:;,i[oJf:^i .:-J��vo?/''jtfl:.^(jfo'frlaciS lg:[jakf^,^UiikllSvj^^^M^^iJi^^^'! -��� ;   -:.'.'���������.-"���' ;-: .  "   ���-*-'��� Gibsons S86-2023 and Secli^ir  *>  :',li .'yNk'ij. Postal cost increases  start on Nov. 1  CIMI OATS rEKTCUM. VK.  *l eon still hear you saying that two can.liveas cheap as onef ���.  -  of high speed planing hulls ���  fish or work boats and pleasure craft up to 45 ft.  REPAIRS TO FIBREGLASS  f OR WOODEN BOATS  Fibreglass paint & materials  & marine equipment  FAlRffiiLE  BOAT WORKS LTD.  = RQBERTS C^EEK.,.^. 886,7733 .  tM - Soon  ���at-t-i  Explains... what  �� ' PARENTS CANT/  : i*  No children admitted unless with parents'.  HUSBANDS . . . WIVES  SEE IT TOGETHER! .  LETTERS  fo editor  Editor:  We  would  like to   ex-:  press appreciation for the enjoyment \we. get from the articles by  A.J..C.  and to verfiy by our own  -observations  some  of the harm  done to bird life by the indiscriminate use of poisonous pesticide,  and  herbicide sprays.  ky For, us too-this was an almost  silent spring.  Overi many years  our  garden "was  a  refuge'   arid  feeding  ground  for hundreds   of  "birds  throughout all  seasons  of  ���fthe year,   but the last one has  ���been a sad one in that respect,  sonie  species being entirely' absent .and others that used to come  . in .dozens only represented byrone  ' or two. "'���'"&: Z'-Xy ' ���_'_ 'y.'"' ���-/"���'���$���'  \x "E3Aeh._year^e.grow/ afipt Qf?isimr  flowers and "at "this time of year  *the iheads are- all 'picked clean -of -,  .seeds.-by.?red-winged fblackbirds,.'.'.;'  'tdwhees -arid   dth'er '.'seed "eating"'  birds. But this year,.for the first  time, we have had-to cut .down ...  "the heaclsC pick out' the seeds, and  dry- them   for- winter, use,. One  ���monster .'wiasyoyer  12 feet high-,  'with a seed head 18 inches. Across.  -  ,;xin: the 'spring we have seen rob-. .  'ins  come to- the-drinking dishes  in the garden in" evident, pain,and \  ill  health   only   to   collapse* "and  die trying-to get relief by bathing  'and .drinking. By making, dlsci^et'  inquiries .we-ha^ye-'found that just  prior to this," gardens frequented.  . by ,these'birds .had.been sprayed k  Our 'experience .'��� has  been 'that *.*���  the birds do a better'Jofi,qf keep*."  '���'ing insect pests and weeds.trndir"-'  contrQl^cwitho'uf'ithe   disasterous"  ,effects of* poison Sprays..-    --  ; -���'--}A;.little*.dusting with'sulphur t(j'  check fungus diseases .a^d som��_-  jfi'.knd; ^eWdiirig^sP. a small "price  * for cthe~ enjoymerit   of  the   song  , and color of pur feathered friend's,  Iri; accent issue of the Coast .  '.News' concern was expressed by  ...Roberts   Creek .residents' about*  * possible: cqritairiinatiGn   of  Roberts  Creek -from garbage.dump- .  ' e^a]to^g:tlie:B &-K.lo*gging road. *  "I tvon'der, do these .people know  that where the B..,C. flydro.-power  line   crosses  Roberts   Creek poi-  :sonous:^her-b1cide sprky  poses a  far greater threat to -health than  seepage, from . garbage which is  ���purified  after; a-shprjt run over. .  gravel while -..spray   residue" re-,,  mains a menace "both to wild life  and humans..  We would urge both public bo-*  djes . and . individuals to use extreme care' in \fhe_ use of poison  sprays >both:i for, the protection  Of 'o'iir wild life &rid human health.  .   ..   ; 'Stan, .and Ivy'Aliibone. ���  The- Postmaster General, the  Hon. Azellus Denis, announces  changes in postal rates for printed matter, registered mail, special delivery service, postal money orders and COD parcels. The  changes, for registration, special  delivery ' and money orders will  be effective on Nov 1, while those  for CODs and printed matter will  not take effect until April 1, 1964  Deferment of the latter charges will enable large users of these  services, who prepare their mailings months, in advance, to make  proper plans. Direct mail advertisers and mail order houses  would" suffer hardships if the  printed' matter and COD rate  changes'were placed in effect too  quickly. -.-��� ���  Mr.; penis   said   that   present  rates for these services have been  below costs for some  time  and  that the salary increases recently:    granted'"   postal    employees  would bring a larger discrepancy  between rates and costs. A substantial postal deficit   would    e-  siilt. unless the increase in rates  were made. He rioted that the deficit   accumulated   by  the  Post  Office Department for the years  1958 to' 1962 inclusive was $4,725,-  360.91. Mr.f benis also noted that  the new rates were still considerably lower than commercial rates  for   comparable    services,    and  were generally lower than rates  charged by other postal administrations such as the United States  Chariges Effective November 1.  Registration    ���    present   fees  varying from 20 cents to 40 cents,  9ccordingrto the amount of mdem  nity' requested   by   the   mailer,  ,w.ere last, set in 1951   The  new  fees will vary from 35 cents to 60  cents.      A ��� X ' '"   d  ������Special Delivery ��� the fee for  letters was last- set jm 1939 at 10  'cenfs.   The new, rate will bo 25  cen^s. In 1946 a fee ot 20 cents  wadset for parcels   It will now  foe p cents. ,  Mjoney Orders ��� a new schedule ".'of fees will be   inaugurated  ranging from 5 cents for orders  less than one dbllar, to 25 cents  for those of larger denominations  The old schedule, set in 1949,  went from 4 cents to 25 cents  Changes Effective April 1, 1964.  C O.D ��� the new charges will  range from a minimum of 15  cents to a maximum of 40 cents.  The old schedule of rates, from  10 cents to 30 cents, has been in  effect since 1940.  Printed Matter ��� the present  rate for "householder" mail (items which bear no other addressing than "To the Householder")  is V/2 cents for the first 2 ounces  and this was last adjusted in 1960.  The new rate will be 2 cents for  the first 2 ounces.  The general rate of 2 cents for  the first 2 ounces, set' in 1951,  will be increased to 3 cents for  the first 2 ounces. This rate covers such lems as advertising material, unsealed greeting card*,  including Christmas cards, and  most books, when individually addressed  A special rate of 21/. cents for  the first 2 ounces will be established for large mailings ��� usually circulars ��� which are presorted by the mailer and made up  according to postal regulations  These large mailings, prepared  according to the conditions set  out by the Post Office Department, require considerately less  handling It is felt that mailers  piepared to do this pre-sortxng,  should have a preferred ra*e  Mr. Denis lias also pointed out  that with the increased costs of  operating the department and  with the need for economy, it has,  been necessary in the last 14  months lo withhold letter carrier  service from areas which would  normally receive it and in which  it was possible to give a more  economical service, such as  group boxes This has resulted m  20,000 homes not receiving letter  carrier service Which would nor.  mally have done so. With the increased revenue from the revised  rates, normal expansion of letter  carrier service will be resumed  and the 20,000 homes will be  granted letter carrier service as  soon as the necessary airange-  ments can be made  ?ff*i * A  9  Hides in  the wall  Adaptable  to any  floor plan  SLEEPY .TIME GAL CHOOSES  COTTON���A floral piirit of ensp  cotton creates a delightful trooflj *^  'setting for a young girl's slurn-  her  room.   Summer   fresh  flowers of sunny-yellow and orange '  with     touches     of beige  are "a  cheery   scheme   for the smooth'  qUilted    bedspread    and    apron  ldngfch draperies.  Floor level  3 directions  A    1  ONLY BY COMPARISON  CAN YOU FIND/VALUE  Mr   ST  BEFORE   YOU   BUY   GET -^.N, ESTT-:  MATE    ON    A  .FULLY   AUTOMATIC *  ROCKGAS HEATING SYSTEM  LEARN  WHY SO MANY HOMES * ARE GOING   ,'  ROCKGAS  vvj  ��� Cost lo Install '      # Benefits  # Cost to Operate  >   f        ,    \  * '    '        * .. 4  ILLUSTRATED IS JUST 6NE "0**      *  THE MANY UNITS AVAILABLE  <.     I*  ���^AlKlf^    "*""'^" "^^������-*-      'ir*f       yl      '-^"Vt     '"      ^XX.  ���*--'-     '-JSiL  jr  v�� _is��      ��vjp  $495  10%Down  7% Interest  up "to 5 years  ^ -  r     n  t ���*�� *  GIBSONS HARDWARE Ltd      C & S SALES & SERVICE  : ' Ph.  886-2442T < SECHELT, B.C.  "  Ph.  885-8713  ���fi*s3fr"  X.jgt."  '-sssiP^-v  :^.VH  ALSO NEW GAMES  SHARP  Editor: I have just looked into  Lesr Peterson's *The Gibsons-Land-  '; . ing .Story>nd  read that  Gibson  .   cariie here" by chance.  ������-.   -J.,___.do. -not hold',-with -that. The  " " world is hang''upon nothing,, read  Job, Chap 26, ver. 7|; but it was  '   "deliberately;arid positively" hung  . there.       ���  , '  "'.God. continues-'to manage his  .    universe,    including ��� the    winds  and the affairs fbf mien. Proverbs  !- -148:8-arrd--PsaIin' 145:19.     *  We are" either co-operating with  God  (.being; in'-'His' will)  or we  F lare not' (bimg: iin self Will). '  ,:. ^Rather ���than.;say; that aU cur  lives" and .positive--, living here at  Gibsons stem from.ai chance event,- I -would say that God was*  s-eeingyto it, .iri; the beginning.  ��� .,-.'���, * -��� ^..yy-^eb^e Charman.  In new post ;  Appointment, pf J. R. MacLeod  ������_ to the position-of district supervisor ;of fisheries- at Prince Rupert,   B.Q.,   was .announced   by  W. R. Hoiirstpn, director, Pacific  -   area,"' Department   of   Fisheries  of <?anada.A fie succeeds ,R��� G..-���  Mclndoe  who recently transferred   from    Prince Rupert to  a  similar post at Nanaimo*, B.C.  ' '  .-!>������-,:;������;. Mr. MacLeod is> the department's iSeniorkpff^cer in' District  2.    Thisf   district^embraces the  A.  are^'frQto7-'Cape  Cautiojri north'-'  '*   to. the Alaskan bdjrder including,..  the Queen Charlotte Islands, - also    the   watersheds    of    rivers  v -emptying ^intokthe  coastal sec-  :.   tibiifof>Distirictv2.  'mi^1.:^: "*"-- zZAz zX. " :���"���  The    towns    of Rock Island,  Quebec,  and Derby  Line,  Ver-  "."���' mont, share a. public library  that;, straddle the ��� international  boundary. k  \ *  for one.  good for all.  .V       A- . V  n-  .v       ** * *   ���  'S'az&ai favorite because of the taste"  fisAjr ������ ���������������'  ^���:yf  -.;������  '"':' ::;'^kk;vkk'''';:-TOE  _  Thii ���dvcrtijerowUt not f^tiAfd or ftptytfty tytyqip Cw|rel toviy ^ tjit Govwinwtoiwtjih WMnW-|  :'      iil^r".  .::\:A' Z ' '*-vX '   %  -AfZi-A  >iy.X<X X' V  vi!yK, X'ZyX:.    X 6       Coast News, Oct. 17, 1963.  B.C. NOT  THERE  Every province but British Co-  lumbia~Kad~ one or more teachers in driver education courses  this summer, reported W. Arch  Bryce,. executive director of the  Canadian Highway safety Council, in Ottawa k  v GIBSONS GARDEN CLUB  *: announce a  FLOWER SHOW  to be held in  Anglican Parish Hall  Thurs., Oct. 24���2 ��� 5 p.m.  Everybody welcome  Admission 25c   ��� ���  Door prize given  ^pupittuitottnumiwumttUMttttutonuwuMiinw  CSBs  STYLED   FOR   COMFORT   ���  From the colorful cotton' braid'  rug on the floor to the exposed  beams on the ceiling, this living area has the bright appeal  required of a family room. Crisp  cafe curtains make an attractive background for the circular-  table attractively covered with  a round cdttorr cloth boldly striped-afc the edge, '!Z.ZZX"Z":":  ^"7 IMISMtNS ClUB*  ; \  '�����^-rti-.  MICKEY COE  fl$ Bus.    TR /2-7411  r?,.  Res,��� BR. / 7-6497  Zephyr Motors (1960) Ltd.  130 West Broadway    .  Vancouver,  B.C.  J.v^^Tfg^T  Pender Harboiir  ,_   . ��� ***"***^��-i..i.. - -������-.-*���'"-. * -*  xx. A.z 8 p.nt.i  COME AND ENJOY AN EVENING OF COOKING FUN WITH  B.C. POWER AND HYDRO AUTHORITY CONSULTANTS  BUS LEAVING SECHELf DEPOT; 6^5 ^m, -^' i1 return  -������;;'   ADMISSION II      ;k:k--kjk k: y--:  YOU MAY W M ELECTRIC STOVE  Sponsored by  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL AUXILIARIES  Pender Harbour and Halfmoon Bay in association with  Electrical Dealers  now held by  A team of nine B.C. .investment  dealers heads ��� but to all' parts 'r of  the province this month..to help  organize and; r promote payroll  purchasing for. the new issue -ot  Canada Savings Bonds..  They will -work in hundreds of.  ���B.C. plants,, firms and companies  with employees and executives Ito  set up the system.that last year  chalked iip sales in excess of. $17  million in the province.  Across the nation, the; payroll  buying accounted for a. record  $232,000,000 sales to. 675,000 em;  ployees last year. This helped set  an overall total, also a record, of  $1.8 billion. k  Working the Howe Sound, area  again this drive is Bill McLaren;:  Pemberton Securities, Vancouver.  This is his second year on the  ..team. The organizers are members of the Investment Dealers,  of . Canada on loan from their.  firms.  ; That bond-buying is a continue  ing source of independence-and  security for Canadians is proved  ftuyf jriihy cars  Cahadiainsf bought over half  a  million new .cars in 1962,- a-.record.  Z.502^565.':' units,' according , to -thii..  1963 edition of Facts and Figures  of the Automotive Industry.  y. This annual publication of auto-  jnotive   statistics,   published   by  the Canadian. Automobile  Chamber   of   Commerce, *' contains 45  pages of statistical data  on the  automotive industry,   roads and  'highways arid on motor'fuels.   .;..  According to Facts ^arid Figures  there is'.'an average "of orie  car  per  household   and   3.2   persons  per. vehicle in,Canada. Motor yd-;  hides provided governments with  an.estimated.$655 millipji������ ih^ revenue in 1962,  which .represents ,;  21.2% of the total net .'general' re-.;  venire'��� of  the* provinces;~ Of. the'  total motor vehicle   revenuef iii,,  Canada in, 1962, 15%k��?as derived'  from motor fuel; taxes and; 6.2%  ;  from* registration fees:v'k;'k'*'"  :-  '���������-:'.".-���.: :..'     A.l.^m_^l''-h'":  "A.  Log roads opea  The   M^cMiliari,   Bloeit&  atf*:  Powell   River : limited \��S3)fdr  HEART RESEARCH GRANTS  The B.C. Heart Foundation  announces the granting of 14 rer  search awards to-British Columbia' scientists, totalling $97,818..  The announcement was made by  Mrs. H. R. Malkin, president of  the foundation. Mrs Malkin stat  ed that 11 of the grantees, working " in various departments of  .the University of British Columbia and the Vancouver General  Hospital, will receive a total of  $89,325. in addition; three Viv-  toria doctors will receive $5,243  .with another grant of $3,250. to  a St. Paul's Hospital doctor.  �� iw  ��� i��ii-im i mi�� i ^fts~ M ^^,    ��� -   , Tha    f* ���  GiWGirl I  BEAUTY. CENTRE ff  Gibsons j��  Sfylisfs ..... "   ' |  Dill  McCulloch j  Mary Mcintosh,    k; ����  . Doris (Hall) Sugden |  (formerly of Sechelt) J  ,. Drop in and say hello! j  Ph: 8S6 2120 |  CLOSED  MONDAY j  - No appointments necessary %  ... ��� r;*-*'  BILL McLAREN  by the fact that $4.4 billion worth  of bonds-are in the, hands of the  public. -Kept or cashed, they have  . been" useful for education, retire-  merit, travel and _ emergencies for  individuals. For Canada, this out-'-:  standing total represents 22-percent of the ; government's present  direct .and guaranteed debt.  Once' again citizens can add to  their sense lot independence"��� and  security^ provide for education,  retirement, travel and emergencies with the hew issue.  The new bonds are for 12 years .������  and pay an ayerage yield of 5.03  percent if held to maturity. Interest begins at 434 percent for  the first-two years, 5 percent for  the next six and then 5^ percent  for the final four years.        -  Again the bonds, .cashable at  any time for full face value plus -  interest, are obtainable from  banks, investment dealers and ���������  through the! popular payroll, pur-  .��� chase plan;: in companies', firms  and plants.    '��� A"  A' record of $232,000,000 worth  of bonds to 675,000 employees was  "set last year. k:- ..AzAAlZ  f Tlie overall total of $1.8 billion  was."alspfa. record, proving.Can-  ada Savings Bonds as the most' A  acceptable, risk-f reelnvestment in  ���the country. ������ easy! to buy, simple to icash^' goodyitb - keep.  :-���**"'���    *T^ .-   ���    .        *'.'''���'*,".���''���" 5 *  :-',v.',U" .'��i*  ���������������Ax-- :��� * j  For. all your Heating needs call  TINGLEY'S HI-HEAT  SALES &   Expert service on all repairs to oil stoves,  . heaters and furnaces  New installations pf warm air of hot water heating,  ''.''..'..': tailored to your needs *  Your choice of financing plans  P:0. BOX 417: ;.'.': f Phone: 885-9636  SECHELT, B.C.  y v .       ''���'ff ���"'  -:k(*-r 885-9332  2-Bedrpom, 32x16, $1400 ��� 1-Bedroonv 24x16v $1200  '.;"''���'.'���   EVERY' PANEL. INSULATED: .A xA:'':':.:/...  Everything included except the furniture, easily erected  PLAN: AND INSTRUCTIONS  SUPPLIED  SEE SAMPLE OI^SITE Sl^!^ CEMETJERY  JACKSON EQUIPMENT CO.  x    Phone:  885-4464 ��� 885-2104 ��� 885-9621  hensive -. access . program* which _..-  enabled more than 21,000 hunters  and sports fishermen ftp use 1,-  600     miles     of; private'logging  roads  during 1962,   is' again in  .  operation this yeark-k-k..._,/___a;X  .k-ccess-to company-lands.isfby   :  permit,   and   these   are   readily  available at the main office Of  each logging operation and also .  at the entry point or entry gate  in some areas.  This year M.B. and P:R. is  publishing access booklets with  detailed road maps for each of  its' : logging divisions to assist  outdobrmen; These will be distributed with Entry Permits.  A $32�� VALUE FOR *2Q��  this Christmas  ���? "S \$  5i  j /?  'X<   *X;A'  ,f^k\'  m^��^*xf  t,-V  1^:  6Xi$m%  '*~��&ff��> %  give a  subscription of  BEAUTIFUL BRITISH COLUMBIA  A scenic and floral diary and a  beautiful 6" x 8" Christmas  greeting card-"FREE!  With every yearly gift of a  Beautiful British Columbia  magazine subscription you purchase we  will include a scenic travel diary (worth  $1) and a 6" x 8" Christmas card (worth  25c)  announcing your gift subscription.  Beautiful British Columbia is a wonderful  gift for friends and relatives anywhere in  the world. This spectacular illustrated  magazine deals exclusively with British  Columbia and is published quarterly by  the Department of Recreation and Con  servation. (A regular yearly subscription  is worth $2 alone.)  ORDER  YOUR  GIFT   SUBSCRIPTIONS  FROM THE      ;  Coast News  Ph. 886-2622 ��� GIBSONS  Your Christmas Gift Package and personal  Christmas Card announcing . your year-round  gift of "Beautiful British Columbia" will be  mailed out by Department of Recreation and  Conservation.  It contains the winter issue of the magazine,  plus a scenic and floral diary featuring 26 of  the best colour pictures from Beautiful British  Columbia Magazine as well as writing space for  every day of the year.  H >"'-A":\  ANEW  Swing to premium flavor Lucky Lager .. . now in compact bottles.  This advertisement to not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board cr by the Government of British Columbia Over - 200'-  Coast News,   Oct.  17, 1963.  Needlecraft Patterns  ���xy  CE. SICOTTE  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  Land Clearing -k Excavating  and Road Building  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886r-2357  club pledges $1^00 to park  ��� ������ -.' -.-.���'���'X only  25cy;":'  JUST OUT!; Send right now for  our big, new 1964 Needlecraft  Catalog ��� a ''must?' if you knit,  crochet, sew:y%eavekembroider,  quilt,ysmoclc^dq crewelwbrk; It  has overS200 designskcosts? only  25c. See snewes^ needlecraft fashions^ cloths.! toysybaby> things,  aprons, y dolls, k rugs,;X' piUows,  afghans, gifts, Christmas korna-  ments. Plus uFRiEE;PATTERN  printed inside Catalog. Order  now. care, of the Coast. News,  Pattern Dept., 60 Front St. West,  Toronto, Ont.   .  BEST QUALITY DRESS AND  WORK SHOES  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  Ph. 886-2116��� Gibsons  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 Revision shall be that used at the Annual Municipal Election to be held in the month of December 1963.  E. T. RAYNER, Clerk.  ... With the growth of the Canadian Forest Products pulpmill at  Port Mellon the membership in  the Port Mellon Community Association has kept pace and mem-:  bers are not any longer only .residents of Port Mellonk but flive  in a much wider area-.between:.  Port Mellon and Sechelt. f' yffy  In the/first few years 'of>.the  association's existence- all efforts;  were bent on developing facilities  at Port Mellon, of which: there  were practically none in "1951,  when the pulpmiU was fe-bpened;  by the present owners. With, tlje  active support bf Canadian For-  est Products Ltd. and v:a lively  membership ��� many recreational  facilities were developed; f mainly  centered around a beautiful hall,  owned by CFP and operated :by  the association, and at f Seaside  Park and beach _with its swimming and other sports;facilities.  The bulk of this development  has now been completed more or  less, although a number of projects are still to be tackled over  the next few years to provide for  the various activities of the'-mem-���'  bers, old and young alike.  Having in mind the steady  growth of the membership outside  Port Mellon, the executive of the  association has given full support  to a .number of.programs outsidef  Port Mellon for a number of  years. One of these was the summer swimming school at Gibsons,  which was subsidized during the  past years, although the association had a most extensive program of their own running at the  same time. Not too much public  recognition has been given by the  sponsors to this assistance, but  it is realized that without it the  Gibsons program would not have  been possible and the association  members participating in the Gib.  sons program received in this  way the benefit of their membership.  At the same time the executive  sought, other fields in which to  expand their support to recreational activities outside Port Mellon. Most probably such projects  would have come to the notice of  the association earlier, if more  members living outside Port Mel-  k - 7  In Tune with the Times.'  Cooking & Home Freezing  i <���  Sponsored by  St. Mary's Hospital  Halfmoon Bay & Pender Harbour  with the co-operation of  Electrical Dealers of the Sunshine Goast  .-���-���" - -- '\>.{-._-r*f^���" i ���*>��� "���  Presented by  B.C. HYDRO HOWIE CENTRE SERVICE  * a* .      ���  Pender Harbour High School Auditorium  FRIDAY, OPT. 25,8p,m.  $1 Admission gives you a chance to win  an Electric Sfo^ valuable prizes  ���:x^Xi,  0EALEkS  RICHTER'S RADIO - IV CEHTER  SECHELT, B.C. ��� Phone 885-9777  C & S SALES _ SERVICE  SECHELT, B.C. ��� Phone 885-9713  .    '������:      .       "   ' '    vk��  J. J. ROGERS CO. LTD.  GIBSONS, B.C. ��� Phone 886-9333  PARKER'S HARDWARE LTD.  SECHELT, B.C. ���.Phone 885-2171  GIBSOHS ELECTRIC  Phone 886-9325  SE_=S  Ion  would have been willing to  serve on the executive. Although  every   year   efforts   have   been  made to find representatives of  other areas willing  to stand for  election only one member from  outside Port Mellon sits on the  y executive. It is hoped that   this  ;   will change, when the results bf  '��������� the expanded programs become  y apparent in the next few years.  As a first step of expansion the  - executive  have agreed  in1 their  dual   function   as    a   recreation  ���   commission  to   participate, with  the other commissions, from Gib.  sons to Pender Harbour in1 a joint  venture with the B.C. government  i. to  form  a  recreational  district  1 and have a district recreational  A director appointed on an experi-  x mental basis for the period of two  "years to  co-ordinate all   recreational activities in the district and  also have the fdistrict surveyed  f-for further possible developments  in the recreational field. In connection with this project a num-  ; ber of conferences   have   taken  "place between the various com  missions and government. representatives and it is hoped that  positive results will be seen in  the near future.  During the discussions it was  realized that Gibsons has extremely few recreational facilities and the executive felt that in  view of-the many members;living  in that area something positive  should be done as. soon as feasible. Therefore, when Mr. C. P.  Ballentine, acting as a; trustee of  Brother's Memorial Park approached Canadian Forest Products Ltd. for help in the devel.  opment of the park and was referred to the community association, he was invited,to explain  his plans to the executive during  one of their recent meetings.  The plan provides for the development of the park into ball-  fields and other sports facilities  over the next few years. During  the lengthy meeting Mr. Ballentine also explained the. details of  the financing of the project,  which will be done on a sharing  basis between government and  community. In a later meeting  and after discussing the matter  veiy thoroughly the executive undertook to   pledge ..the   sum   of  $1,000 towards the project, if the  trustees of Brothers' Memorial  Park could obtain the balance required for the first stage of the  development.  By this pledge it is hoped that  the recreational needs of the  members living outside Port Mellon could best be served and it is  felt that once all recreation commissions are joined in one big  district under a joint recreational  director facilities will be developed in the whole area and be available to the members of all recreational associations without regard to their individual local af.  filiation. ":-.".  H. BISHOP  miiii:n  2 Stores to Serve You  GIBSONS  886-2109  SECHELT  885-2002  Ladies Wear is our ONLY  Business  ^^**m��^*+^i^*i0m^^^^+*  ���^M^*^***#��^**#^M��MV^  "You ought to see the peanut  butter sandwiches he makes!"  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK  Trenching ��� Landscaping ��� Rotovating  Driveways, etc. -- Gravel and Fill  HUMUS TOP SOIL  Ed. Fiedler  Ph. 880-7704  y-,0$&  TV ��� Furniture --^Appliances  J. J. ROGERS & CO., LTD.  Sunnycrest Plaza���Ph. 8.86-9333  ��� -   ���     -    y *"     ���  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  at   Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone? 886-2346k  .   Hou^ Phone 886-2100  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEYy&tOIL STOVES  XAlXi -CLEANED     ���'     A'X  XX:    Phone 886-2422  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  f'Tereona__jed Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  ...   Phone 886 9543  See us for all your knitting requirements. Agents .for Mary  Maxim Wool. ,- f  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  y Phone 886-9353       ;���  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic wiring, rewiring  and  alterations  . ELECTRIC CREATING  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 7 886-9320 evenings  '.;���/, We   USe  ���>:..:  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  . and jewelry  CHRIS' JEWELERS  f    M-dlfOrders  Given Prompt Attention  ;   Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  SUNSHINE COAST  '       TRAILER PARK  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hlway.  Roomy Parking, Plenty of Water  Large recreation area  Bus passes park site  x/AX Ph6h��;886-9826      ' ,XAy  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  service  Lowbed hauling  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING ���  PLUMBING  Complete installation  Quick efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  STOCKWELL* SOUS LTD;  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488 for  Bulldozing;;; Backhoe and front  end 'loader.'' work. Screened cement gravel, fill and road gravel.  SUNSHINE COAST  DECORATORS  'Ail.'*' ypufSpainting  at?re^|oriaSle rates  886-2615^��r/886-2605  ���'-,'���.'.- .MOVING' &;STORAGE|; _.f  REID'S* Ii k  WORLD WIDE MOVING  Long distance moving anywhere  in B.C., Canada & U.S.A.  A Complete Service   ......  886-2192 MU 3-1393  Gibsons Vancouver  998 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  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK A. DECKER  BAL BLOCK,  GIBSONS  EVERY WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances,  TV Service  Hoover Vacuum  Cleaners  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt      .  Peninsula  Plume 886-2200     : kv  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S.  LAND SURVEYING  k     SURVEYS  P.O. Box 37,  Gibsons  1334 West PenderfSt.,  kk  Vancouver, 5 f      Ph. MU 4-3611  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also Oil Installation  Free estimates  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  NfASONS GARAGE-  y Dunlop tires & accessories  Electric welding,  Wheel'balancing  Truck and car repairs  NORTH ROAD ��� GIBSONS  Ph. 886-2562  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties  Canada Permanent Mortgage  Corp.  apply  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  representative  Gibsons 886-2481  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  f     FOIt;RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps  Air Compressor, Hoick Drill  Concrete Vibrator  Phoiie 886-2040  GENERAL REPAIRS  :   CHIMNEY   SWEEPING  OIL STOVE MAINTENANCE  ;E.   LUCAS,  884-5387  FREE ESTIMATES  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHELT   .  Phoae 885-2062  NORM BURTON  Your Odd Job Man  Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid, etc.  -     Res.,". Pratt R<L, Gibsons     .  Phone 8864048"���>���* A X ���  ^SHERIDAN~TV  SALES AND SERVICE  RADIO - APPLIANCE  Ph. 885-9605  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  Richter*�� Radio - TV  Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record Bar.  Phone 885-9777    <��� kfv"  SCOWS    ���    LOGS AAA  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc. Acy* Welding   -���  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-7721 Res. 886-9956  N.W. HALL      ===S  CONTRACTING  SHEET METAL 1NSTALATI0N  DAVIS BAY   Phone 885-9696   BACKHOE and LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and, ROCK'DRILL  "DUMP TRUCKS>  Contract or hourly rates  . Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSAIL  W.  KARATEEW,  Ph. 886-9826 ..Coast News,   Oct.' -17, .1963.  SECHELT THEATRE  THURS., FRI.  ���. Oct.  17 &   18  Efrem   Zimbalist  Jr.,  Shelly  Winters  THE CHAPMAN REPORT  (Technicolor)  RESTRICTED  Starts at 8, out at 10:15 p.m.  SAT., MON.    ���    Oct.  19 & 21  David Niven,  Sordi  ��    THE BEST OF ENEMIES  (Technicolor)  Starts at 8,. out at 10 p.m.  T:"  �� 'i p  '&.  "mmp"L  m  3tWCKTtSm.1VSt3.OC  "If you think I enjoy nagging  you, remember that!have to  get some pleasure out of UfeF*  WEDNESDAY ���. Oct. 23  OPERETTA NIGHT  SWEETHEARTS  (Technicolor)  All seats $1  Starts at 8, out at 10 p.m.  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE REAL SALESMEN  GIBSONS  riiiKiii'iiiiiii  CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  CLOSED WEDNESDAY  Evening appointments  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  886-0843  Rug Shampooing and Demothing  Day or Evening Appointments  Done Right In Your Own Home  RATES  REASONABLE  For (Free Estimates Ph. 886-9890  W^+0+*^+0*j*0**+*+0*^^^^+*^0*^+^^*^*  i  AN OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST  IN YOUR COMMUNITY'S WELFARE AND GROWTH  $235,000  SUNSHINE COAST HOSPITAL  IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT No. 31  5^% Serial Debentures  due July 2, 1974 to 1983  Principal and interest unconditionally  guaranteed by the Province of  British Columbia   k "V ck  We offer these serial debentures as principal.,  subject to prior sale and change in price.  COUPON       MATURITY       APPROX. PRICE       TO YIELD  5}��% 1974-1983 101.      ' 5.37% >  (plus accrued interest)  Delivery on or about November 1st. 1963  Denominations ��� $1,000 only  for application forms, write to  COMMONWEALTH TRUST COMPANY  562 BURRARD STREET  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  GARRY ���LANG  St.   Helen's   Anglican  Church,  Vancouver,.was  the   scene of a  pretty,   double   ring,'. candlelight  wedding ceremony JOn  Saturday,  Oct.  12  at 7:30 p.m. when Miss  Margaret Anne   Lang,   daughter .,  of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lang, of Sechelt, B.C., became the bride of  Mr. Irvine Alfred Garry, son of .:  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Alfred  Garry  of *  Powell River,  B.C., formerly  of  Sechelt. Rev. Canon Alan Greene  of Halfmoon Bay officiated.  Anne was given in marriage by  her   father.   She   wore   a   floor  length white wedding gown, the  bodice   was of  lace, the   scoop  neckline and three-quarter length  sleeves were scalloped  in   lace. ,  The skirt was of peau-de-soie,. the  fullness caught in deep folds at,  the waist, tapering in fullness to- ;���  wards the  hemline  to  give  the.;  gown  a   bell   shape.   The   bride  wore a short  full  veil of  tulle  held by. a coronet of  tiny white  flowers which formed  a cluster-  on the forehead.  She wore   a single  strand   of X  pearls,   a gift  from  the groom, k  and carried a white bible which  had been presented to her by the  Mount Elphinstone Chapter of the ...  DeMolay while Anne was queen  of the Job's Daughters, Bethel 28  of Roberts Creek. Mounted on the  bible was a cascading .floral arrangement of red roses "and white X  stephanotis.  Miss Heather  Lang,   sister  oiy  the bride was maid of honor, and:  wore a sleeveless dress of gold <V  satin with a short full skirt. She ...  carried white and yellow carnations.    The    flower   girl,    Miss,  Laurie Frith, wore a dress exact- *,  ly like Heather's and carried a  basket of yellow and white carnations: Both girls wore a flat bow r-  of gold satin for a headpiece.  The two bridesmaids, Miss Pen--  ny Lee Davis and Miss Roberta v  Johnson  were dressed   alike  in  bell-shaped dresses  of turquoise  blue  satin  with  round  neckline  and. small   cap   sleeves.   Three .  flowers   of   the   same   material^  caught the fullness of the skirt  on   one  side.   Their   headpieces  were blue flowers on blue veiling.  They carried pale pink and white  carnations. All,girls wore white  gloves and shoes to match their  gowns.  Master  Howard  Lang,   young  brother  of the  bride,' was ring-   bearer. He carried a small white >  cushion on which the rings were  \ ^nQiifijte^, _H$, wore^black trousers  New 15 cent  1567 PANDOSY STREET  KELOWNA  1647 - 3rd AVENUE  PRINCE GEORGE  Quality - Service - Economy  ALL-SEASON  TRACTION TIRES  All new Firestone tlret carry thl��  DOUBLE GUARANTEE of quality  1   Guaranteed against defects In wor3a_-____h.p and act**  1 ��� rials for the life of the original tread.  2 Guaranteed aggxost normal roadhazards:(exceptTe_��ir-  ��� able punctures) encountered in everyday rqmflgr car  use for the number of months specified.  Under these guarantees repairs are made without:  charge, replacements are pro-rated on tread wear and  based on list prices current at time of adjustment-  Details of a new 15 cent regu  lar, issue stamp were announced  by the Hon. Azellus Denis, Postmaster General. The stamp is to  be. placed on; sale across' the  country on Oct. 30.  The new.stamp shows four Can.  ada Geese in flight and will be  printed in blue. The drawing of  the four geese is the work of Angus Shortt, noted ornithological  artist from Winnipeg. The layout  of the stamp is the work of Paul  Arthur of Ottawa.  In addition to the four geese,  the words "Canada, postes, postage" and the denomination appear at the lower edge of the  stamp.  In making the announcement,  M. Denis pointed out that the 7  cent air mail stamp showing a  single goose had been very popular with philatelists and the public for many years. Since this  stamp is being replaced early in  the. new year, it was felt that the  Canada goose should be kept on  at least one of the regular stamps  both because of its popularity as  a stamp subject and because it  is the only waterfowl which bears  the name of Canada.  The new stamp is of the large  size, in a vertical format. The  15 cent denomination is used most  frequently for air mail letters  overseas and for parcel post.  The stamp will be printed by  the steel line engraving process  and will be in service for some  years.  And* a white dinner jacket -j as'.did  the rest of the: gentlemen;;in: ;the  bridal group. The best man was  Mr. Roy Walker and thetwo, ushers were Mr. :Bill McDermidyand  "Mri Belle Poulsohy allW S&chelt.  The bride's mother wore a  short formal dress of cherry pink  with matching hat and shoes. The  groom's mother wore flowered  yellow satin with over-skirt of  yellow sheer. Her accessories  were brown. The two mothers,  also Mrs. M. C. Diebel, grandmother of the bride, wore corsages of white rosebuds.  Following the ceremony a reception, attended by about 109  people, was held aboard the Lady  Alexandra. The toast to the bride  was given by Mr. Jim Parker of  Secnelt. The wedding dinner was  followed by dancing. Miss Roberta Johnson caught the bride's  bouquet and Mr. Pelle Poulson,  the bride's garter.  Anne's going away ensemble  was a pale blue Italian knit suit  and white, maribou hat. She wore  black shoes and whitejjloves and  carried a black purse. Her corsage was white gardenias and  white rosebuds. Early Sunday  morning the bride and groom left  for a honeymoon in Hawaii.  Out-of-town wedding guests included Miss Helen Garry, sister  of the groom, from Mexico; Mrs.  R. Rose, sister of the groom and  Mr. Rose, San Francisco; Mrs  Helen Law, the bride's aunt, Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. John Hall,  Calgary and Mr. Loitz, uncle of  the groom from Barhead, Alberta.  Many guests were from* * the Sechelt Peninsula.  ���::���    >  'Xfey- Gi&lie)   " :  Resurfskdf games played Sun-'T  day; Oct; 13 were as follows:  , - .-���- y^xii ��� tci'jx-% ��������������� ���-���:���.. -���--���-' .- ;:  Port  Mellon f;0, > Gibsons Mer-*"  '��� chants Q./lii^ix' zar*.-. -i^A -���.. v-'-.--:'������.'. ;;  Gibsoris Utd. 2, Roberts Creek  1..   y'-:    ".' .. .'' -x-XA /������:  The result of the game between  Sechelt Warriors and Sechelt Res.  School has not been reported as  yet but will be included next  week.  A good turnout of spectators  enjoyed what has been reported  as the best game ever played on  the home ground and the score,  0-0, would tend to substantiate  this claim. Several players on the  field enhanced, or lived up to  their reputations, but none more  so than the referee.  Mr. Redman kept a firm grip  of the game throughout and this  probably helped in making this a  classy match. Like a good player,' a good ref stands out and we  could use more men of his calibre in our league. .Next week's  schedule shows a double header  in Gibsons and may help in solving the top three places in the  league.  Gibsons Utd. vs. Sechelt Wars.  1:30 p.m.  Gibsons Merchants vs. Sechelt  Res. School, 2:45 p.m.  Roberts Creek vs. Sechelt Legion, 2 p.m.  Once again we request the pub.  lie to turn out and help support  this league. A handful of men and  90 boys each Sunday! Your presence is oiir reward...  _. General f. Mdtoii *& Carina ,;re-  "ported 11963 model year sales of  :;i293,938 fx;ars  and itrucksi s6tf an  ^ali-time record.k f:*^ ,So .'���!  a -x ySechelfe'kk  ���>x\yy A/ :/���.:��� y mim^mx:  Beauty ��|toEt  _X'A   ''PhV->85-9Kl^S':/'?:;'''":  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ���9Coloring  Tuesday to Saturday  MEETINGS  ���"���������'.-���������"������. or'Az       ���  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  BIBLE STUDY  Gibsons, Roberts Creeky Selma  Park, Sechelt (2), West Sechelt,  Madeira Park.  Tues. ��� 8 p.m.  Ministry School   -  Kingdom Hall, Thurs., 7:30 p:m.  JService. Meeting    *;  Kingdom Hall, Thurs., 8:30 p.m.  Public Talk  Kingdom Hail, Sun., 7 p.m.  Watchtower   Study  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 8 p.m.  The Kingdom Hall is at  Selma Park  No Collections  MOST EASTERLY  Except for Newfoundland, Canada's most easterly province is  Quebec; along the north shore  of the St. Lawrence, Quebec extends nearly as far east as the.  city of St. John's Nfld.  ��� ������ii   i   i    i   -._--��->-._...-.-.- pir.- _-i_  ~i_rn_-<_i i   i _ji.  C & T TIRE  Gibsons Shell Service  Phone 88Gr2572  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired  Drainage Fields Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 8CC-24C0 for information  G.B.S. SPECIALS  4x8x3/8 Gyproc  $2.15 sht  12x24 and 16x32 Ceiling Tile, limited amount 14 V2c sq ft  Oil base Shingle Stain, red, green and brown $2.50 gal.  The new "Drift Stone" Vinyl Asbestos'  1 / 16x9x9 floor tile  .:  15c ea.  GENUINE "FIBERGLASS" C0RRIGATED PANELS  2<SV_x96 in green, yellow, white & pink $6.29 sht.  LUMBER    ITEMS  2x4" - 6" - 8" ��� 10" Stand fir 6' & T ....  1x8 Ut Hem S/l   _______.-   tiffi ftmj8ii io^ :���^z^::_r  2x8 & 10 Ut fir spec lengths      2x12 Rough Cedar   4x4 Rough Cedar   $60 M  : r._ $72 N  _____ $83 N   -- $75 N   ____.$75 M  4x8x5/16 DG Uns Bal. ______  4x8x5/8 DG Uns Bal.   4x8x3/8 Buff Striated 3-ply rej.  $2.34 sht.  $4.64 sht.  $4.25 sht  hit CIL Latex Paint, white, per gal.  $5.75  Int CIL Semi Gloss, white, per gal.  _. $5.95  fxl CIL, white, per gal. $5.75  LET US QUOTE YOU ON YOUR WINTER WORKS  PROGRAM  REQUIREMENTS  GIBSONS BUILDIM SUPPLIES LTD.  Phone  8SQ-2642 ��� GIBSONS  0IBS0MS  FRI. and SAT. NIGHTS  7:30 iind 9:30 p.m.  _..   all other nights 8 p.m.  Saturday, Oct. 19 Matinee  HEIDI ��� 2:30 p.m.  Every Tuesday two admitted  lor the price of one  THURS., FRI. ��� Oct. 17 ft 18  Don Murray,  Diane  Varsi  HELL TO TEXAl; ..  Technicolor-v- -  SAT., HON.  ��� ^c*-  ���� * 21  Burt Lancaster,     :,><  1 Gina Lollobrigida  TRAPEZE  Technicolor  TUES., WED. ,'��� Oct. 22 ft 23  Alan   Ladd,   Jean   Arthur  SHANE  Technicolor.  THURS., FRI. ��� Oct. 24 ft 25  Julie  riarris,  James Dean  EAST OF EDEN  Technicolor  ADULT  For further information  Ph. 886-2827  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC  The long, cool evenings are upon us and there is nothing more  comforting than to have your\home heated by clean furnace oil supplied by a reliable furnace-oil dealer.  If you still do not have/ the modern; economic oil heat in your  home and money js your problem, we are prepared to provide adequate financing for the purchasing of your heating units.  We work closely with all local oil burner installers, to provide a  convenient package deal for the best in oil heating throughout the  Gibsons and Sechelt areas;  For'further information please phone 886-2133  ��� *.mw  BmmzimEwrTz,:  Your She!! Oil Distributor A: "���  yyiX  ���*^l,~'l~,l,~l,~'l~l'~,l,**.~^'~M~B-*>r-M~M~H~>Ji l_H_i l_��^.  ��� ..u..,,,.,,.-.^. mmamn-m^mm���m*  2BO .CQW_XG,.,EyENTS  -*i);;  Oct; 18;; Sunshine Rebekah;Lodge  No. 82, Fall Bazaar, Sk Hilda's  Parish Hall, Sechelt, 2 p.m.  Oct.   19,^. 1st Roberts Greek Cub'-*,  Pack -IcrttlefDrive. Please phpne  886-9371 if you have bottles, and  ::^l&#ntatfe?-k kSti 1  Oct. 19 PTA Clothing Sale, Sat.,  11 a.m., Hospital Cottage. Table  of baking. Donations of clothing  or baking appreciated. Phone  885-9757 for pickup.  SUNSHINE COAST REAL  SOAMES ;PpINT  3 Bedroom��� Fully , serviced  view home "close to safe, sandy  beach. Pembroke hath, auto-oil  'furnace, cab., elect. 'Kitchen, wired for washer arid dryer. Full  price $8,500k easy terms.  GIBSONS  FOE RENT (continued)  WANTED  (Cont'd)  i%. Cabin fou  Oct. 21 ��� 8 p.m.,,Mrs. Isobel Cull  vice-president of B.C. PTA, will  address: the Gibsons Elementary  PTA Monday in the Elementary  School. The public is welcome.  Oct. 19, Public Installation, Order of DeMolay, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Hall.  Oct. 21, O.A.P.O. meeting, Monday, 2 p.m., Kinsmen Hall.  Oct: 25, Rebekah Fall^ Teau and  Bazaar, Christian Education Centre, Fri., 2 to 4 p.m.  Oct. 25, Friday, 8 p.m., Cooking  School, Pender Harbour High  School Auditorium, f :  Oct. 26, DeMolay Mother's Circle  Turkey Dinner, 7 p.m., Legion  Hall, Gibsons:  Bingo! Bingo! Bingo! Monday,  8 p.m., Legion Hall, Gibsons.  BlRraSf.,_...,7y.:,;;,; ���  HALL-r-To^ Gordon "and Maureen  TK-ill(hee^oWilaaghar, Kath.  leen Diane, 8 lbs. 7 oz., Oct. 13  at: yStivS Mgry'si Hospitals Pender **  Haribour^ a sister; for1 Sharon..  v .yf "Ar ���-��������� :;   ������*-���. i   WEDDINGS  ^^riSarid^Mrs. Waldemar Zimich  annoSnee thfe engagement of their  y diaughter Brenda June to Mr. Ernest David Herrin, son of Mr.  and Mrs. -David Herrin of Gibsons, B.C. The wedding will" take.',  place Nov. 2, 1963 at 7:3 p.m. in  Beaconsfield United Church, Van-  ��� couver. ���      .���;;���:���- ���������A.yXx-  "���_ DEATHS f : ., -V  HOLGATE .��� Henry Howard, in  hospital, Oct. 10,1963. Husband of  Edith Annie, 962 Green Valley  -Crescent, ;Ottawa, late of Gib-;  sons, B.C., aged 69 years. Sur*  vived by his loving wife, 1 daughter, Mrs. Doug O'Reilly, 1 grandson Michael. Also sister-in-law;  Mrs. G. McFie of Gibsons. Cre-,  mation  Pinecrest  Cemetery. -  IN MEMORIAM ~~     ^~k  CUNJJY. ��� .With. Xoying memories,   ^      w   of my dear husband Percy 'and; ? '']_3_^mt-^te-i6rfi-iK-Sent;fi^.  Waterfront ��� Lots::with spectacular view in choice residential  area; all village services. Priced  from $2,500. Terms.  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  terms. . ���   ���>;_���������..       -   -:  ���;::'A:     ROBERTS. CREEK  Waterfront   ���-Furnished   (including stove and fridge^, insulated  cottage  oh   nicely   treed lot.  with safe beach and good water'  supply.   Full   price   $6,500   with  terms.  WELCOME BEACH  Waterfront ��� Lot with 75 feet  fronting on beach, facing Merry  Island. Natural building site1 with  splendid view. Full price  $4,500.  PENDER HARBOUR  . Large waterfront��� and semi-  waterfront lots now available in  two select developments with  year-round safe moorage. Waterfront lots from $2,650, semi-waterfront from $500 with excellent  terms. ���..' l'x'AA:"--ly,: ���'���  Qall 'Frank Lewis "at Gibsons  office, 886-9900 (24 hrs.) or Morton ^Mackay, Res.' 886-7783.    *   ������.  .    -FINLAY REALTY UD.  GIBSONS     and    BURQUITLAM  Gibsons :���' Commercial Revenue  Choice commercial or light industrial site with 120' highway  frontage. Buildings include office  and display space also separate  warehouse. Present rental income  $2100 annual gross.. Below^market value , for quick . sale with  $5000 down. Full price $10,500.  Gibsons area ��� Commercial Investment   ���    '>";���'       'A:XA:AZy/y'"':  ; NoyJ��� Strategic corner-��� 400' .  highway   frontage  with  modern  two bedroom home, close to shop- y  ninft-j-entre,. theatre and schools.  $1,000 down. 2 bedrm, West Se-  tehelt. 50'^ view waterfront slot.  ���Kitchen range included. :$5500 FP.  n?)224..;..f.l;.Y.:Waterfront;:'\'2'f::be.ai3n,  yWesfcf' jSechelt.   'Deii, kfijjepjace,  Giiest cabin. 3  lots landscaped.  good water supply. Priced to sell  Silver Sands view home, 5 acres  with  year  round  trout   stream.  Large well. Built shop,; wired 220.  Ideal  for  small   manufacturing  plant. Priced to sell!  View lots, clearf level. Davis  Bay close to beach. 70 x 120. $1550  F.P.^$500 dn.  4 room home. Over 1 acre,  Good, water supply. F.P. $3500.  $1500 D.P.,^bai $20 .permonth.;  -   For these and other good buys,  -Call:-    :1  Jack   Anderson 885-9565  John Goodwin 885-4461  Bob  Kent 885-4461  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Realty & Insurance  "Phone 885-2161, Box 155, Sechelt.  Attractive waterfront  property  . with living   accommodation  and  good,   water   supply.   $4250   full'  price.  Phone 886-2191  Zft acres looking over the Gulf  snap for $1,250 full price.  Phone 886-2191  .".. ;  "A Sign or Service"  fi. B. GORDON & KENNETT Ltd.  Real Estate & Insurance  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2191 885-2013  (R. F. Kennett ��� Notary Public)  DAVIS BAY  Almost new 2 br. Panabode  home on nice waterfront lot 80' x  300'. See us for this.  Three bedroomed house with  basement and furnace on approximately 2ft acres land. Priced  well below  value  at $8500 with.-  some terms. A k*.  .< ��������� ������.-���.���  ���-.'���������������     - -.---.....  i  PORPOISE BAY AREA  , ;  2 bedroomed house on good lot:  priced for quick sale, $3900, $700  down,   f A /  "r  To see any of these phone: ���     v  Office: 8854065; or  Eves.: E. Surtees 885-8303  :   C. EkKing,<885-2<to   k > -  AGGETT AGENCIES ���Uij  PROPERTY FOR SALE  886-2620  Gibsons.  rent in  Gibsons   Ph     Use^ ciist. iron wood burning box  br  write: PVO.f Box 250,   fstov^>^^ ��r "f??^ *?$TPre"  '   fered. Reply Box 688, Co,ast News.  Cottage to rent, Gower Point Rd.  Gibsons, for winter months. Apply Muriel B. Combs, 825 Birks  Bldg, 718 Granville St., Vancouver  2, Phone MU ,4-5414.   ..  WANTED TO RENT  Garage  building with electricity  in Gibsons vicinity. Ph. 886-2524.  BUILDING   MATERIALS  JOHN DE KLEER  BUILDING ��� CONTRACTING  Wilson Creek, B.C.  PHONE 885-2050  MISC. FOR  SALK  2 oil heaters, bedsteads and  springs, books, clothing, used and  new. Phone 885-9757. Thrift Shop.  Beatty tub washer; Hoover upright vacuum cleaner. Ph. 886-  2265.  Standard Royal typewriter. Ph.  886-2000.  his beloved Sunshine Coast; who  passed away October 16, 1961, at  St. Mary's Hospital, Garden Bay.  Sunshine fades .and shadows fall.;  But sweet remembrance outlasts  all, :  As in memory's garden we meetr  everyday. .- Nell  CARD OF THANKS  We thank'rall; those friends who!"  sent cards. of sympathy, on the  recent death of our daughter Julia Ellen.    . ;   v k     '  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mould.7  To all those.: who replied to Box  No.  685,' Thank you. Zi-  Y..M. Hoskin.f  My family and I wish to thanky  our many friend?, neighbors and  relatives for kindness and sympathy , shown during the illness  and recent loss ' of our beloved  wife, mother, and;,- grandmother,  iTanet (Nettie) and 'also for their  private donations 'to the-St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt, Memorial Fund, Special  thanks to the doctors of Sechelt  Peninsula and Staff of St. Mary's  Hospital and Rev. D. F. * Harris  for his comforting words. '  ii L. P. Hansen and family;  'i -  FLORISTS  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345. Hopkins  Landing.  Flowers for all occasions.  Eldred's  Flower   Shop,   Sechelt.  ; Phone 885-4455  HELP WANTED (FEMALE)  tel  or- commercial.   Full  $15,000.  ' No. 2 ��� Five acres ��� 213' highway frontage. Well located for  light industry or commercial  building. Full price $6750. Trams  available/ ,'  By owner, 3 br. house, auto ��il,  elec. h.wk wired* for^rattge, fireplace* large-.pt> 886r��9��3,> ��� ���'���?  ,      . '"'��� ' A'-':* '���''-"'  v"    ''   - * "���rr���  price Roberts Creek ��� 5 acres on gechelt Highway, attractively ]&n-  ished 3 room cottage, outbuildings. Reasonably 'priced, easy  terms. CHARLES STEELE, Realtor. 1325 Kingsway, "Van. 10. TR  4-1611. ArlXZ-l'      "X XX:.A     ���  si  One 40 inch 220v electric range,  fine condition. Ph. 886-2861.  Pressure water pump, complete  with tank, foot valve, etc. Phone  886-2592.  2 5.90 x 14 Goodyear tubeless Suburban snowtires, used 3 months,  (not recaps) $24; for quick sale,  1 good used combination G.E. electric stove and garbage burner,  $60. Phone 88672477.  Duotherm oi! heater,   with automatic fan, $25. Phone 886-2446.  Used TVs, $30 and up. Large selection, excellent buys. Phone 885-  9777.   y  Extra large   stock  of transistor  and electric radios,  all on   sale  priced from $19.95 up.  Earl's, 886-9600  Winter apples^ $2 per box. Bring  your own box. and pick 'em. Mrs.  Jean Murphy,. .885-9638.  Excelsior accordion, 120 bass, 13  switch, very good. $150. TV set,  G.E. 21", $50. 885-9978.  Old Leonard fridge, good i condition, working order. Family size,  $50 or offer. Phone 886-9351.  Stauffer Magic Couch, timer includedPhone 886-9397.  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. ,,  Full ' tir-e   waitress    preferably  ;over 21 Phone 885-9769.   WORK WANTED  ROTOTUJJNG ��� field qr garden  POWER RAKING ��� lawns  HEDGE CUPPING        ' k  PLOWING  MOWING ��� field or lawn  LIGHT BLADE WORK  PAINT SPRAYING : -  ROY BOLDERSON 885-9530 eves.  BOATS, MARINE  33 ft. boat, $125 or nearest offer.  Phone 886-2816.   f8 ft. cabin boat, 35 hp., trailer,  $900. Will swap for car or house  trailer. 886-2098,   ., _. ���   ;   "; ;  Pratt< Road Bargain ��� Small  modern home and lovely garden  oh 2& acres. Village water. Full  price $5500 with $1000 down, balance $50 per month.  , PENINSULA PROPERTIES  ' Homes ��� Waterfront . Acreage  Business  property  Building contracts  Mortgages  Sub-division consultants  y ���     y TERRACE ^HEIGHTS  Choice VieW lots with all Village  facilities,  priced from $1,900   to  $2,500. $500  down.  CHARLES ENGLISH Ltd.  Real Estate���Insurance  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS,   B.C. PH. 886-2481  Fully sel*vices view lot, cleared  ready for building, has new one-  car1 garage1 on. A real buyv at  $2700.  Close to Sechelt, over 1 ac, 150'  sandy beach lovely 3 br. home,  all electric kitchen, nook, lge.  view living and dining room all  on one floor. 2 cabins on proper,  ty. Real potential here. Call in or  phone for details.  66' view lot in area, of new  homes, priced for quick sale at  oniy $1650.  ,       FOR THE CHOICE  PROPERTIES  CONTACT  K. BUTLER REALTY & Insurance  Box 23, Gibsons B.C.  ' Phone 886-2000  $17705; handles' 2 br";'��� all electric  home, double garage and workshop. Carport. BeautifuUawn and  garden.  \^iew'jlQt, ��� .75'-   frontage^ surrounded by   good--homes.   F.Pk?  $2,500.  Modern 2 br. home, 240' front-  tage, all in lawn*, and garden. No  -water* shortage. - F.P.- $8500.  a,   EWART McMYNN  Real Estate & Insurance  Marine   Drive,   Gibsons  Phones:  886-2166, , Res. 886-2496  VA acre, 80 ft.* frontage,: ready  for building. Water available. Ph.  886-2340./  MADEIRA PARK  Semi view lots for sale  Liberal Terms y  E. S. JOHNSTONE, 883-2386  8% acres, Roberts Creek, with  well,  $1200 cash. Phone 880-9984.  240' on Chaster Rd. x 105' deep,  1 building on cement slab, 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. For  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.  ^OWer riow^Fre^iLn^and'dalliiing  chicken.   50c  each.  F.  Holland,  ��hone 886-85l�� A     ,.;-- y.3"  i . ).*, /"~ x     '..���        .:...:.,  1 ��� only, 120 bass   Canadiana accordion, as new, $150. Phone 886.  '!,-%Q3!l��. 4X< A~. '���'.        y-A.X:   ���yXy-y  ������sx ��� xXaA' ; ��������� -ji  ���    ������  CI used'������ Oil 'range, $85.  . 1 propane range.  i 1 used Servel Propane refrigerator.  All good value  MARSHALL WELLS STORE  Phone Sechelt 885-2171  .     _.��� in    ��� ��� in ��� . ��� i   .    ���    - -������������- i i.       Im -Mr"  !, Planet  junior garden tractor in  ^.working order, with plow, cultivator and  disc. Any reasonable  offer. Phone 886-2340.  Hunters! 10 ft. truck camper, insulated, propane stove, ready to  go. $575 cash. Phone 883-2418.  Hunting equipment of all kinds,  sleeping bags, gun cases, etc.,  rifles, shotguns, ammo., rain  clothes.  Walt Nygren Sales  886-9303  Lambs, 18c lb. live weight. Phone  886-9363.  2000 canning and freezing fowl,  75c each. Open Sundays. Turn up  Elphinstone Road. R. Randall  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 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.   -  Phone 883-2233  FOR RENT  1 bedroom house, Porpoise .Bay,  available. Suitable for single person or couple. Phone 885-2093.  3 room partly furnished suite,  $45 per month. Phone.. 886-24Q3. <  Unfurnished cottage, Gower Pt.  Rd., 3 rooms, bath and pantry.  From Nov. 1. Phone 886-2749.;  2 bedroom beach cottagek Roberts '.Crfeek,v$35v Phone 886-2079.  SPECIAL  on 1963 Beatty water pumps  and water systems. Trade in  your old pump now for $ savings. Ray Newman Plumbing,  886-9678.  . , ,   Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,   Sechelt.  45' x 8' Rollohome trailer; 2 bed.  room furnished, including washer, dryer, TV and porch. $3500.  Phone 885-4477. .  Mushroom Manure  Non-Acid Topsoil  -Weediessk odorless,  easy to han-  ���die, general purpose humus fertilizer, ideal for lawn dressing or  base, large and small fruits, vege  tables and flowers. Ph. 886-981:'.  YOUR DOLLAR HAS  MORE  CENTS AT  EARL'S & WALT'S  886-9600  &  886-9303  Wanted. rfor   wrecking, v Chev   or  Pontfac, i.949 to ?52. Ph-. 886-2816.  -k- TIMBER WANTEJ)  Wi&vbuy: timber  or ^mlper and  landi^Cash. Phone  886'-9984*!  ANNOUNCEMENTS" "  BRICKLAYER 7  Custom built fireplaces, chimneys  Brick and block building  Slate, Sandstone, Cut granite  Bill Hartle 886-2586  Your scrapmetal is worth cash,  at Simpkins Place, Davis Bay,  Phone 885-2132.  Spanish and German, ��� beginners  or advanced' students, individual  instruction or groups. Elsa Propp  886-9850.  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.  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework���Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734  For    guaranteed  jewelry    repairs,  Jewelers, Sechelt.  on the premises.  watch    and  see    Chris's  Work   done  tfn  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.  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop.  885-9778  Evenings by Appointment  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic wiring, rewiring and  alterations from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Free estimates.  Phone 886-9320 evenings.  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  RAY  NEWMAN PLUMBING  _c HEATING  Phone 886-9678  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  Tree tailing, topping or removing lower limbs for view. Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour. Phone  886-9946. Marven Volen.  ~~" NELSON'S  LAUNDRY  -e 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 CREER  CREDIT UNION  Sechelt. B.C.  Phone 885-9551  Serving Gibsons 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  MONEY TO LOAN  WANT TO SWEEP  DEBTS CLEAN?  FAT ���EMAIX OPT WITH Olff  LOW-COfT. UFUNSCKXD  XXX   XXXX XXXX X  x     x   a   x - x  xx    5  8   5   5 5x*x  xxx 5xx 5xx5   5   5 5 5  (XXX   X XXXX   X  <xx5 5      5xxx 5X;  x*xl  5xxx5 5x  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  Coastjc^ews^Gct.  17,  1963  ���;���������������������;'���'<''.,-������ "���-������ ���'���:'yt���__���-1   y  CARS,  TRUCKS FOR SALE  1957 Cadillac Coupe, full power,  excellent condition; i960 Vauxhall  4 door station wagon. Phone 886-  2265.  1954 Fordf Customlirie sedan, good  running condition, excellent tires  $400.  Phone 885-2294.  1953 Plymouth station wagon,  mechanic's references. Frank  Ball, Garden Bay.  '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.  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY  WANTED  SWAP  Davis' BaykFurh. 2 brm. hoiise,  full plmg. $45. H. A. Hill, 885-9764  Income pronertv o" T.C **. ne^r  Safewav. T^nslev. B.C.. take pro-  Successful local   business   needs   money to expand. $3000  and up  Cozy all electric 1  bedroom log    needed. Will pay 8% interest, ful- perty with   home   as   part pay-  cabin ori 'waterfront. 886-9813.         ^ sec"red Jy local property. Re- ment. or what have vou. Balance      plies treated strictly confidential, on terms to suit. Phone 886-2195  1 bedroom'suite. Ph. 885-9928. Box 689, Coast News. or write Box 687, Coast News.  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.  FUELS        " ~  Alder and maple $8 per load;  Fir $10 per load delivered. Terms  cash. Apply Wyton, 886-2441.  Alder,  Maple, $7  load  Fir $9 a load, delivered  Credit available  Phone 886-9380  COAL & WOOD  Alder $10  Staple, $12  Fir $12 delivered  Bone dry old growth fir, $14  DRUMHELLER HARD COAL  : -    .  x. ..-.������  $32 ton, $17 ft ton, $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per box  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  We deliver anywhere   on the  Peninsula. For prices phone  886-9902  (hurili Services  ���       ANGLICAN  ���  St. Bartholomew's,  Gibsons  8 a.m., Holy Communion  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  Community Church, Port Meiloa  9:30 a.m., Matins  St. Mary's Church, Garden Bay  11 a.m., Holy Communion  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  3   p.m.,  Evensong  11 a.m., Sunday School  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  7:30 p.m., Evensong  .  11 a.m., Sunday School  UNITH)  Gibsons  11 a.m., Sunday School.  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m.j 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.  !_.�������������� ���! ������)���      -..���I.-..  I l| ...      ���      --      I I      ���     II.  CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS  Cjhurch Services  and  Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts  Creek United Church  Radio Program: The Bible  Speaks to You, 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 British Columbia's log scale  reached an all-time high of 1,-  342,000,000  cubic feet last year,  10  Coast News, Oct. 17, 1963  ���'Ji!l*(..-r��Jfj'i.|H;,l!'  -*v;:v��i=.��rr  I  ���kin  Xi~  BACKFILLS - R0ADW0RK  RETAINING WALLS  BASEMENT EXCAVATION  PILE DRIVING  BREAKWATER & FLOAT  CONSTRUCTION  Godfrey Agencies  Box 107, Gibsons���Ph. 886-9350  :    E&M BOWLADROME  (By ED CONNOR). y;y  Super Valu of Gibsons A league  rolled team high three and single  this week of 3159 (1118).  League Scores:  Gibsons B: No. 6, 2745 (981). A.  Kclden 518 (242), G. Elander 613,  E. Fisher 6G0 (241), E. Connor  719 (294).  Ladies Coffee: Tryhards 2548,  Early Birds 946. C. Fisher 500,  A. Fossett 508, L. Hughes 541, L.  Campbell   538,   D.   Gregory   544  (246), A. Johnson 519, I. Jewett  533, B. Swanson 587-v-D. Berdahl  523,   V.  Boyes  644,fJN.,fDouglas  ���k549 S. Scott ��0$k';:k .QJT" -A'  yX,   Merchants: Thuhdetb'irds 2524,;  ;   (957). P. Feeney 242,, B; St. Denis  k,614v-(252). k,,yff.   Xslx     ..:,,; kf  Gibsons   A:   Super   Valu   3159  (1118).   Gwen  Edmunds  630,   D.  ���; .i Bailey 652, T. Bailey 646, S. Mason  248, J. Davies 697' (285), G.  DeMarcp  652   (251),  R.  Godfrey  652 (273), B. Beacon 661 (334), J.  Lowden 617, J. Wilson 659  (269),  D. Crosby 673 (285).  Ladies Wed.: Gibson Girls 2665  (1006). M. Holland 650, P. Hume  512, C. Zantolas 537, I. Jewett 526,  D. Crosby 743 (303, 252), R. Wol-  tra c> \ ���i  Styled with comfort qualities found only  in Gracia Shoes. Featuring a cushioned  insole���ensures day-long comfort.  Our Policy  We   guarantee    expert   fittings.  Quality  and style  at  popular prices.  /.  Satisfaction   or   money   refunded.  Over 30 years experience in  all phases of the shoe busi-.  ness. ���; __  You    can   deal  with  confidence   at-  Gibsons   Family,  Shoe. '  ansky   545,   M.   McKay   515,   H.  Clark 510.  -���.'���' Teachers   Hi:   Hit   Urns   2526,  kmbM Fiyes, 2526,  Lucky   Strikes  k 956ff!E: ^blonski ;64<f (28.^_v^  - Crosby 6^ ' .\   '$$���'��� .Vj|.  ;' Cbinniercials: Jets 2817,ffLuckC  ies 3L029. JTvv Clement 659 (253)#Jk  '   Lowden  621   (257),   E,��� Shadwell  '291, E. Fisher 713 (284), L. Wray  244, M. Sleep 603 (241)V J^'Mar^  shall 632.  Port Mellon: Odd Balls 2647  Hits and Mrs. 988. E. Sherman  3564 (269), B. Davies 286, G: Host-  land 654 (249, 243), J. Larkmari  ,701 (272)..  * Ball & Chain: Ups and Downs  2741, Screwballs 992. G. Taylor  607 (260), B. Benson 603 (253),  R. Taylor 678 (325), E. Gill 687  (263), A. Nordquist 641, R. Nord- \  quist 246, D. Skerry 616, M. Stanley 630 (283).. yy X .y  ' Men's: G. Edmunds 636 (268),  Li Gregory 670 (247), E. Connor  622, E. Hume 679 (261), J. Lowden 709 (253).  High Sqhool: Bill Hamilton 434  (246), Dipne Thorsteinspn 301,  Linda Person 320. ; k :k    f   /t%  Juniors^ Robert    Mason    30��.  ��� (192);,:Mvii��e Clement 360 (210).x,a  SECHI_LT BOWLING ALLEYS  (By EVE MOSCRIP.)  In the Ten Pin League, Dick  Clayton rolled the first 600 series  this season with a 602, Totem Col.  lision came up with the season's  high three and single -' 2574 (936).  League Scores:  Ladies: Harriet Duffy 691 (307).  Pender: Dick Wise 301.  Ladies Matinee: Millie Forbes  665 (256).  Commercial: Joyce Potts 761  (290), Dorothy Smith 710 (301),  Bronnie Wilson 709 (300), Sam  Mackenzie 762 (352), Dick Clayton 705 (279), Gordon Freeman  739 (288),Dan Holland 717, Nor  ma Gaines  266,  Audrey Benner  251.  Sports Club: Orv Moscrip 730,  Sis  Scott 620, Hazel  Skytte 235,  ^Mg^mxZ$xX:^^  ..'.. Baft & Chain: Matt Jaegar 685,  Mahford Cook 673 (298), <|harlie  Mittle_t��adtf  648    (290), * jMarge  OiSr575,ySylvia'Gervin 267.    *  "High1 ���'School: Uenda  Stroshein  - 303-;(170); Jack Goeson 340|(213).  Pee: Wees: Penny Oaldv&ll 305  (204), Gary Lawson 335 (204).  Ten Pins: Dick Clayton 602 (210  205), Donk Caldwell i 577 (212),  Mickey Baba 217, James Joe 207,  Roger Hocknell 203:  Covering flat-topped furniture  with. plate glass is one of the  best ways to protect the lustre  of the fine finish against mars,  S(MKYni  Owing lo circumstances beyond our control  Tweedly's Auction will not open until  Wednesday, Oct. 23  s' "*   Mt  SPECIAL PURCHASE  WOMENS BLACK FLATTIES  Slip-on style,  cowboy heels,        $_>���99  sizes 5 to 9 AA, B���Reg. $5.95, pr   3  BOYS RED SOLE KNEE BOOTS   $3  ] per pair       "^  CHILDRENS RUBBER BOOTS      $1.59  White and red, sizes 5 to 10    ..     ���  SPECIAL! WOMENS DRESS PUMPS  Black patent, suede and calf, illusion and  high heels, smart new fall . - j&g'.-HI  styles���Regular  $10.95?   NOW .      5f  EXTRA! CHILDRENS STURDY SCHOOL SHOES  Styles include brown straps, black  oxfords, .moulded'soles $ _)-99  sizes 11 to 3, per pair   ....;...      3  Congratulations  ��� ���  A NEW SERVICE OFFERED FROM OUR STORE  Womens white satin pump dyed any color you desire $9-95 includes dyeing  Separate pairs $1-50 ��� EXPERTLY DONE AT OUR STORE  Gibsons Family Shoe  Phone SS6r9S33  To Mr. & Mrs. Gunnar Wigard  on the opening of their  new Shee Store  And appreciation of Patronizing  Local Trade & Businesses  Peninsula Bnilding Supply  SECHELT ��� Ph. 885-0669  ROCKGAS  WATER HEA1ER  notil yoor bet ��nl��r tank  Sit ear line of  i Htittri NOW.  dtprodiMr, continuous  goat dot witir  .mriniiltM*  C& S SALES & SERVICE  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-9731  LLOYD'S STORE LTD.  Garden Bay ��� Ph. 883-2253  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Ph.  886-2442  WELCOME TO THE OPENING  of our  NEW SHOE STORE OCT.  flpP all merchandise in the store opening day  PENS AND PENCILS GIVEN AWAY  \       '������.:��� '    " ."���?'���. Z' ''���''������ x' ������ x   '���'   A x  We would lik^ to Port lytton  to have refreshments with us  ��� :/������  f II  SECHELT; B.C.  twear & Leathern  PHONE 885-9519

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