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Array provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C.  GOLDEN CUP AWARD  COFFEE  at DANNY'S  COFFEE  HOUSE &  MOTEL  Gibsons ���  Ph.  886-9815  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE  COAST  Published  in   Gibsons, B.C.      Volume  17, Nuhiber 36, September 12, 1963.  7c per copy^  A COMPLETE LINE     -  OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine   Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.  886-2116  ��� Gibsons, B.C.  grave e  ThefSbcred government of British ' Columbia may: lose tip: to  eight seats fin the Sept. 30 proviri:  cial* election; Tony Gargrave in-,  formed a political meeting attended-by more than.50 persons  Fi^ay("n^tf:pftfast^  :; Sc^llHaUk^rf f^atigrayetisltKe;;  sitt^^NDP"-1 member^-'for'^^ac-'1  kenzib|riding and is seeking re-  ele'ctipn. k  'DaYeyRees, chairman '���". of fthe  meeting in his remarks'intrpdue-  ingjpthe speaker said MrV Gar^  gr^yets-'speech, would be the first  offjhigipcampaign''.in this aireaffy  Mri?i^argrave;firi opening- said  Mifi;!Behnett^had ��� called i an elec-.  tibri:;;atfthis time 'because.'the government public.; relations!, experts  were?pf the opinion that things  would fget worse instead of bet-  ter|asftimer went on; An: election  did^riot have to' be called until  thetfall of 1964-     ;     y  The; ^government, now holding  31 |sea.s, needs 27 to control the  legislature. Mr. Gargrave esti-  majted^the government would Ipse  eigmkseats . which would mean  losisfbf Icpntrol of the legislature.  Oney^ocred in fthe house .said  durmgSdebate that the Peace! Rive^ $4516,000,000 scheme would en-  sure^election of seven Socreds at  "'w""k * *  Fjlaiik McCloskey, Liberal can-  didateyln ihe * 1960 provincial eh  ectjony-wasl again nominated by  the Mackenzie riding Liberal association to contest the Sept. 30  election, at a meeting Sunday in  Sechelt.  There were 70 present, representing, counting proxies, 125 delegates. He was elected on the  second ballot. In the first were  Dick Kennett of Gibsons, Joseph  Benner of > Sechelt .yand Mr.' McCloskey. Mr. Kennett was v low  man in the first ballot.which,teft  the fight between ,'Mf k "Berinef  and Mr. McCloskey. .  A. M. James, president of Mackenzie riding Liberal association  was chairman.. Leo, Johnson of  Sechelt was* chairman 'of nomination proceedings. J. S. Prescott,  North Vancouver official of the  provincial .Liberal organization,  spoke briefly.  ':   - * * - ���'.   *  least. Mr. Gargrave -thought there  must'be a cheaper way to elect  members; ��� to the legislature. He  was of the opinion the premier  was * showing signs of hysteria  when  he  claimed   the  proposed  '������i'^NDgi'^ as.  f kbeing phe iwia^^ty^ef ^sbcialism.  '^Theri^ turning''to* power Mr. Gargrave pointed out that in 1960 the  ;'.-, CCF^now-NDP campaigned on a  kBJCk'fEleetrie   -takeover   policy  ywhichX the   Socreds   said   would  ' bankrupt   the   province.   Shortly  after. the election was over Mr.  ,, Bennett took-over  the BCE. '  Thepower mess in  which  the  .^government finds itself is due to  ... the foolish association of the premier with .Wenner-Gren interests  and the project in the north rwhich  failed and forced the government  into the Peace River project* as  a cover-up: As a result we now  have a two-river policy which is  going to be very expensive. Construction of the Peace project,  Mr. Gargrave argued, is poorly  timed.  In   the   legislature,   Mr.   Gar-  Gaglardi in Kamloops because he  regarded Mr. Fulton as a man of  integrity.  Medicare   costs  for   this  pro-  (Continued on page 4)  * *  to run  Candidate McCloskey in thank,  ing the association" for, .naming  him declared this time it would  be a fighton better terms for him  than he had in the 1960 election  " when he" was new'tb'electibri campaigning. Mr. Prescott in his closing remarks said the fact the organization was able to f muster,  three candidates to seek the nomination, revaled the Liberal party  was a going concern, and not dy.  ing as Mr. Bennett claims.  Sechelt Indian Band was thank-  ��� ed for making the hall available  -   for   the  meeting..-XJlarence^ Joe  'was' one bf the BenpelLl'nominaX  tors.  There are now three candidates  in the running., Tony Gargrave  was nominated by the NDP at  Powell River and Mrs. Isabel  Dawson by the Social Credit par.  ty last week. It is not expected  that a Conservative will be nominated.  * *      '  Woman chosen  The following item taken from  the Powell 'River News dated  Aug. 29 is' the^only information  the Coast'News has concerning  a Social Credit ^candidate for this  riding:  Tenders for a ferry to service  Powell River-Comox Will be called next week. This was announced by Esquimau M.L.A. Herb  Bruch at the Mackenzie Social  Credit nominating convention  held here last night.  Mrs. Isabel Dawson, a longtime' member of the local Social  Credit executive, received the  nomination to contest Mackenzie  riding in the .September 30 provincial election.  Bruch, addressing the meeting  last night, said .plans and specifications for bQtti4he ferry and  docks have been completed. He  said tenders for the\ferry will.be  called next 'week,vSvith tenders  for- dock and wharf construction  to be called within a monthk  The provincial* * .goyernmeht  intends t0 btriUTh 25-ca'r ferry-  initially, he said, However, if  traffic warrants such a move,  then another ferry of equal size  would likely be-constructed.  This plan, he. stated,: is .favored'  soeciR  ���(By Goalie) . k      :.- x.  On Sunday, Sept..-15 at .2 P-���.-  The    Sunshine'    Coast Juvenile,  Soccer League -'> swings back into  action again. .The 1963-64 season  opens with the following games:  Gibsons Merchants vs Sechelt  Warriors, ,:aaI y -.\: X'X'XxaxI ',-xx.  Sechelt Indians vs Sechelt Legion.  Port Mellon vs Gibsons United.  Once again may . we remind  everyone we still need help in -'  Gibsons on our coaching and administrative staffs and we would  be glad to see all volunteers at  the Elementary school 'on Sat.  at 1 .p.m. Practice time for soccer players is Sat. 1 p.m. till 3  p.m. -     -" """' '* "" "'* -"' *'"'"" '"  over building a 50-car ferry as it  would ensure (a) more frequent  service during heavy traffic periods, Ob) would ensure a replacement ship to continue service if  the other had to go into drydock  for repairs. The proposed ferry  will have complete lunch counter  facilities, he' added.  It is planned to use government  dock facilities in Westview .for  the mainland, with some modifications planned at the present  dock.  At the movies  El Cid, one of the big pictures  in recent months which will be  screened at Seohelt Theatre from  Sept. 19 to 23 is a technicolor  production bf spectacular proportions. Charlton Heston and Sophia  Loren are the top stars surround,  ed by'many others well-known in  pictures.  El Cid, played by Heston became the leader of the Spaniards  in the 11th century and is now a  legendary, figure in Spanish, literature  and music. Blood-thirsty:  -Moors - have iheii' part' in 'this  epic and EI Cid's efforts to bring  an    understanding .betwpen   the  '��� Christians and Moors is unfolded  on the.wide.screen.     .. v ;���.'-.������.���,������  Special .prices are,set for this  ^feature, which will also  have  a  '.Saturday matinee'as well fas performances ,on four nights,; Thurs.,  '; Fri.",  Siat.' and Monday,, Sept  19,  20, 21 and 23k* "^XXX ...���"���'    .  ' ���'-'������; ��� ���'��� DINNER ���' MEETING  Gibsons and District Chamber  of Commerce will, resume meeting Monday night at the. P.enin-  ! suia,Hotel ..with la. dinner meeting;  Ed Boyce from the.B.C. Chamber  of Comitnerce'wili attend.; He also  represents B.C. Telephones.  Subjects to be discussed will be  a launching ramp for Gibsons and  tourist promotion efforts.  Tenders for hospital opened  Low bid higher than planned  ELECTION  MEETINGS  An all-candidate 'political  meeting will be held Friday  evening, Sept. 20 in Gibsons  School Hall. This meeting is  being, organized by the Pulp'  and Paper Workers Union at  Port Mellon. It will be the  second to be held in Gibsons,  the first having taken place  during the federal election  campaign.  Two candidates, Frank McCloskey, Liberal and Tony  Gargrave, N.D.P. nominee,  have accepted the invitation  to appear.  Bids on the construction of the  !new hospital for St. Mary's Hos-  .pital Society were opened last  .Thursday night at a meeting of  the hospital construction committee in the- Hospital Cottage at  ..Sechelt. ��������� ���  , All seven of the sealed tenders  .were well above the amount of  $679,000 which the committee had  set for the construction. Lowest  tender from Bennett and Whiter  Gilley Ave., Burnaby," was for  $807,000. This tender has been  turned over to the architects Underwood, fMcKinley, Cameron of  Vancouver   for   negotiation    be  tween the architects and contractor do see how close the contractor ; can get "to. .the committee's  $679,CO0';figure;; with elimination  of -immediate"; non-essentials in  the coritractf. A report from the  architects to fthe committee is expected Thursday night.  .lh.-.the;';meantime'fa'U-.^thought of  building a nurses home has been  abandoned. This, construction if  carried out now -would add another $60,000.>     *f   k  In all there-were seven bids on  the construction of the hospital  and 11 on construction of a nurses residence.  The   hospital  bids  Hon. Eric Martin, provincial  minister of health and hospitalization will speak Saturday night  at a meeting in Sechelt on beirif  of Mrs. I. Dawson, Social Credit  candidate in Mackenzie riding,  from  Powell River.  This meeting will be held in  the Sechelt Legion hall starting  at 8 p.m.  School population up  To date this year's school population in Sechelt School District  has increased by 106 pupils, it  was reported at Tuesday morning's meeting of the school-board  in Gibsons. ���../'���  This increase, larger than usual includes 52 kindergarten children now attending school at Sechelt, from Sechelt area to.Gibsons area.  In the grades from one to 12,  there is an increase of 54 pupils.,  .This makes the total.number attending classes 1,743 which is  106 more than last year's total of  1,636. This figure is not yet final  as there are some changes in the  Pender Harbour area which have  not yet been tabulated.  Fr. O'Grady  to move north  For the past six years Rev. Father O'Grady has been in, charge  of St. Vincent's Missions and  looked after the spiritual needs  of the Catholics in this area. Father O'Grady was also pastor of  Holy Family Church, Sechelt. On  instructions of Archbishop" William Mark Duke, D.D., Fattier  O'Grady has been - assigned 'Ithe  parish at Ocean Falls and will be <�� Roberts Creek Guides enter.  leaving Sechelt Sept. 9 for his ;-tained their mothers on Sunday  new parish. Rev. Father Francis .^afternoon in the shady gardens  Nash wm replace Father O Gra- ��of >their. captains, Mr. and Mrs.  dy-    . ,. ,_ : '       ���.       . ,&����Len Allen where.-tea was .served  Parishioners  held j^arewefc^^^^^oa;^^-^,.j^^orah^  get-together in - the Parish. Hap* - Dockar\ aIiif ^Linda Thomas. Mrs.  and Father O Grady was present  Girl Guides  ed with a remembrance in appreciation of his kindness during  the past years.  Sixty parishioners attended and  Magistrate Johnston mentioned  how well Father O'Grady was  respected by all creeds and how  he would be missed by everyone.  Magistrate Johnston wished Father O'Grady the very best and  knew he would make friends very  quickly in Ocean Falls; Father  McDonnell and Father Barnardo  of the Indian School also spoke.  Refreshments were served by the  ladies of the C.W.L. Singing and  dancing were enjoyed to the music of a very well played banjo.  66 year heirloom  . The two month old son of Mr:  and Mrs. Edmund. H. Gill of  Hopkins wore an heirloom  gown 66 years old belonging to  his paternal grandmother when  he was christened James Austin  at. a ceremony in St. Mary's  church Sept. 5, Rev. J. D.  O'Grady officiated.  James is the grandson of Mr.  and Mrs. H. E. Gill of Richmond  and Mr. and Mrs. A. Zabloski of  Melville, Sask. God-parents are  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stuchberry  of Granthams. .  Williams of Sechelt, commissioner for the Sunshine Coast division was among the guests, and  presented badges earned during  the summer ' to the following  Guides:  - Erica Ball, emergency helper,  pioneer, toymaker, ��� first class  and all round cord; Deborah  Dockar and Sharon Dodd, gardener; Wendy Inglis,' emergency  helper, pioneer, toymaker, first  claiss and all round cord; Merrilee Olson, pioneer; Denise Quarry, child nurse, hostess.  Lorna Sneddon, emergency  helper, pioneer, toymaker, first  class and all round cord; Trudy  Swanson, hostess; Linda Thomas,  boatswain, gardener; Frances Vo-  ien, hostess;: Brenda Weinhandl,  cook, child nurse; Frances West,  swimmer, toymaker, first class  and ail;round cord..  The company: now boasts- six  first class Guides who have also  earned enough-proficiency badges  to complete their blue and. white  all round cord.  ,At two meetings on August 29  two new school representatives  were elected, one Mrs. P. Wad-  dell representing Sechelt rural, .  replaces Mrs. Joan Donley who  resigned. The other was Mrs. L.  Maxwell who replaces C." A. Lett  representing Gambier Island. Mr.  Lett resigned some weeks ago.  mm����Min��mHimirammumiminmimimnnnnunimmmnu  Graduation  Saturday  Thirty-seven graduates of Elphinstone Secondary School in  Gibsons will receive their graduation diplomas Saturday evening  in a ceremony in the school auditorium.  This ceremony will start at 8  p.m; and will.be. as colorful as;  in previous years. The various  scholarships and other, awards  will also be presented. Speaker  for the occasion will be Dr. Walter Hartrick, UBC, a former high  school principal who has taken  post-graduate work at Chicago  University and has done considerr  ^ble^i��se^r(^fbJr.:theJB;C. Teachir.  ers' fFederation;'  ranged from a low of $807,000 to  a. high of $886,493. Nurses home  bids ranged from $55,555 to $64,.  ���348k x.y./ A      X '  The ��� size of.the bids on the hospital? caused the -building committee, tb drop any thought of  building a nurses residence for  the time being.'.; This will-bring  the construction budget a little  closer to contractors' bids but  there will still have to be greater paring of the plans for the hospital proper. Landscaping of the  grounds will have to be omitted  along with other delayable costs  which in. the - aggregate .when  dropped will bring. finances in  line with the low tender.  The architects are now working on the plans with the low tender contracting company and it  is expected a report from the  architects will advise the building  committee how construction can  be achieved with the financial"  means, available.  The building committee intends  to get work started on the hospital construction as soon as possible. Members of the committee  expect that in time finances will  allow completion of-.-the -entire  construction plan as' originally  conceived.  BOTTLE DRIVE  Gibsons and Area Boy Scouts  will hold a bottle drive on Sat.,  Sept. 21st. No papers please.  WOLF EEL IN TRAP  Thor Anderson of Marine Drive  Gibsons, discovered a six foot  wolf eel in a crab trap when he  lugged it in between the federal  ��� wharf arid Hill's dock in Gibsons  last week. After'contacting the  Vancouver Aquarium he returned  it in the trap to deeper ��� water  for safety where it somehow  found its way out of the trap.  The aquarium- did -not get its  wolf eel.  Sunday School  at Wilson Creek  The congregation and members  of the official board of Sti John's  United Church, Wilson Creek,  have arranged that Sunday  School will begin at quarter to  ten and Church Service at quarter after eleven, each Sunday  morning. The morning service  has been timed so that parents  of young families may attend.  Family worship will be held  the first Sunday of each .month  when the Sunday School children  will attend the 11:15 a.m. service  with their parents, instead of the  9:45 Sunday School.  Here are the dates for some future services:  Rally Day services, Sept. 29 at  11:15 for both parents and children.  A Communion service will be  conducted quarterly by the minister, Rev. ,W. Murray Cameron.  United Church Women meet on  the second Tuesday . of each  month at 2 p.m. in the Sunday  School room. All ladies interested in the work of this church are  cordially invited to these meetings.  Fall tea and bazaar on Tues.,  Nov. 5 in the Wilson Creek Community centre.  Plan work  on park  Brothers Memorial Park As-'  sbciation has been given author-,  ity by the trustees of Brothers  Memorial Park to have a strip  cleared and a drainage ditch put  in along the north and east sides  of the park.  At a meeting Wednesday night-  of last week between the trustees and the association it was'  agreed that work on the ditch  shouldAbe-done-this^ifalL so that,  cleariftg could: be commenced as  soon as possible next year; This-  association arose from .?. public  meeting Aug. 27.  Present plans for the park are  to have it completely cleared,  and grassed in stages, to provide playing fields while it is being grassed.  The park covers an area of  14 rcres and is located on the  Park Road, just outside Gibsons.  It was originally Gibsons' Cen-.  tennial project. The park has re-'  cently been reclassified by the  provincial parks branch, to permit this type of development.  Get message from Queen  ���   r. ��       r *-���      .     ���  ^iTuesdayj';Open House wag held  ';-at-Gibspns-"Where- the couple riiet  with friends from the surrounding district., At the three gatherings beautiful floral gifts were  on display. Among them1 here at  Gibsons being ones from the village * council,'. W.I. Rebekah  Lodge, the: Co-op. staff and many  friends., The happy couple extend their profound thanks for  the lovely gifts and flowers received, the tastily arranged eats  and the outstanding help given  by the-many friends.  They also celebrated their 60th  wedding anniversary with their  family at the Stanley Park  Sports' Tea Room on Sat., August 31. The rooms were tastefully decorated with flowers and  the happy pair enjoyed the company of their six children along*  with 11 of their 13 grandchildren  and .four of their seven great  grandchildren.  Among     the      congratulatory  messages were ones from Her  * Majesty the Queen, Prime Minister Pearson, Lieutenant Governor- .George -Pearkes, Premier  Bennett, M. J. Caldwell arid  Tommy ��� Douglas. Mr. Caldwell  made kindly ^reference to the  varied"' activities of the couple  over the past 56 years in Canada.  A toasti was .proposed by their  eldest son. Bill, and a presentation of 60 silver dollars in a  chest was made by their eldest  daughter, Mrs. Mabel Westman.  When respohdirig to the toast Mr.  Rees presented each member of  his family with a beautifully  bound book of the memoirs of  the 60 .years of the married life  of Mrs. Rees and himself.  The following day the six children hosted an open house at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill  Rees. Several old friends were  warmly welcomed and messages  of congratulations were read  from  those unable  to  attend.  Ottawa helps  The federal department health  and welfare has approved a contribution of $10,366 under the  terms of the national health  grants program to help finance  construction of the new Gibsoris  Community Health centre, sponsored by Gibsons Kinsmen and  Kiwanis. clubs.  This information was sent by  telegram to the Coast News by  Jack Davis, M.P. for Coast Capilano. Construction of the health  centre is progressing at- a fast  rate and before long the entire  structure will have been erected and work underway on the interior.  Highflyers!  Mr.'and Mrs. Samuel Martin,  of Langley,, visitors to the Sunshine Coast, at Cozy Court Motel  in Sechelt, appeared at Tyee Airways Ltd. and requested, quite  casually, that they would like to  make a scenic tour of the area  by air.       :  For a moment, Fred Ritterj  chief pilot, wasn't sure of what  he had heard. While this was  quite routine in one respect the  prospective passengers weren't  and a little inquiry elicited interesting information.  Mr. and Mrs. Martin had heard  of the Sunshine Coast and had  been told of its great scenic beauty. They decided to see as much  as possible in the shortest time  so chose the airplane. On landing  they were lavish in their praise  cf what they had seen and will  take back to Langley a vivid  word story of their experience.  So far the story is still routine  but Mr. and Mrs Martin will  cheerfully admit to a modest 85  years of age and while Mrs. Martin had experienced a short flight  some years ago, this was Mr.  Martin's first flight. It was she  who persuaded him to take the  flight and he is now as enthusiastic about flying as she is.  A WEATHER NOTE  Monday, Sept. 9 was the hottest  September day since Sept. 11,  1944, according to Dick Kennett  who keeps weather records for  this area. Sept. -9 this year was 84  degrees and Sept. 11, 1944 was  83.7 degrees.  SECHELT MEETING  The monthly meeting of Sechelt's Hospital Auxiliary will be  held Thursday, Sept. 12 at 2 p.m.  in Hospital Cottage. It will be the  first meeting of the season, and  new members will be welcomed.  O.E.S.  PIN FOUND  A*25 year O.E.S. Star pin was  found in the Legion Hall, Sechelt. The owner can contact the  Coast News for further information. Coast News, Sept. 12, 1963  Bug fla Torture tow BaAtmi  HIS  DINNER  yj  ���RMMR  For cleaner writing  From The Printed Word  ��he (��oast. $feius  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 payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit   Bureau  of  Circulation,  Canadian  Community  Newspapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  A n expensive lollipop  Taxable property in British Columbia in 1955 according to the  provincial government's municipal statistics published by the department of municipal affairs totalled $1,742,081,045. In 1962, the  latest available figure, that figure had increased to $3,407,538,034  which was $1765,456,989 more than in 1955 or a more than 100 percent increase.  Some of this increase would be new properties entering the  taxation field and some would be from increased population but the  most as a good many people no doubt know, is a direct increase  in the assessment value of properties.  Taxes collected in 1955_totalled $59,112,580 and the estimated  total for 1962 was ��140,000,000 a difference of $80,887,420.  As one of the goodies the Bennett government gave us iri return for this increased taxation of more than 100 percent we get  back about 15 percent or $15,000,000 home-owner grants so that we  may have a lollypop with which we can be very glad the Benriett  government ever came into existence.  Another view to take would be that commercial property is  paying the shot for the home-owner grant, which means that business  overhead increases therefore prices must be highe r. So it is time  we became realistic about the home-owner grant. It is a lollypop  one should look upon with suspicion. Reduction of taxation on property would save more money than there is in the home-owner grant.  Think it over!  Before and after!  f  Here are some thoughts for before and after election:  Edward Young said: Be wise with speed; A fool at forty is a  fool indeed.  And here follows a slight revision of Thomas Peacock:  How troublesome is (election) dayl  It bids us from our pleasant dreams awake,  And sends us forth to keep or break  Our promises to pay.  Horace Walpole said that the world is a comedy to those that  think, a tragedy to those who feel.  To those who found election discussions warm, it may be remembered that Ralph Waldo Emerson said that we boil at different  degrees of heat.  And at this point Disraeli's comment might be remembered:  "Ignorance never settles a question." Finally, for candidates and  other spokesmen for various parties who. are worrying about what  they are saying, Nathaniel Hawthorne's remark is worth reprinting:  "No man, for any considerable period, can wear one face to himself,  and another to the multitude, without finally-getting bewildered as  to which may be the true."  To this one can add that some are more bewildered than others  light now!  The Davis Ottawa Diary  By  JACK DAVIS,  M.P.  Coast-Capilano Constituency  Canada is the United States'  fljest customer. Thousands of U.S.  communities and tens of thousands of U.S. workers thrive because Canada buys a host of  goods and services which originate on the U.S. side of the international boundary line.  One of the ways Canadians  fiave for paying for this gigantic  flow of goods and services is  through the sale of Canadian  stocks and bonds in the U.S. The  Kennedy scheme to penalize Americans who buy Canadian stocks,  other than new issues, therefore  strikes at the very basis of our  trade. In more sophisticated jargon it upsets our balance of pay*  ments ��� a balance which has  been unfavorable for'years.  If the scheme is approved by  congress, many Canadian stocks  will go down and stay down. It  could also cause a run on our  dollar, a painful cutback in our  purchases of merchandise in ihe  U.S. and a major upheaval of our  importing trades.  The absurd fact is that the Am-  erocans won't improve their payments situation. They will have  treated an administrative nightmare instead.  President Kennedy talked wisely and well about an international program for getting greater  common sense into business rela.  tionships   between  nations.  Now  the U.S. administration is leading an assault on the very principles of international conduct  which President Kennedy has  espoused.  If Canada is to be forced to  make basic alterations in the  method of meeting it obligations,  what does the U.S. want us to do?  Do we stop pleasing the Americans by buying so much oil fn.m  U.S.-owned producers? We coujd  become more self-sufficient. Do  we stop buying other U.S. products and give larger tax concessions to Canadian-owned manufacturing industries?  There are all sorts of things  Kennedy could, do to fix-his problem which wouldn't hurt his best  customer and which would be  more effective in serving his own  purposes.  Ottawa officials have made  several visits to Washington on  this matter. They didn't achieve  much. The concession exempting  new securities from the proposed tax means little because Canadians have managed to raise  most of their debt capital at  home. It is the legislation aimed  at stocks and other securities  which does little for the U.S. but  can be so extremely damaging.to  Canada.  Canadians therefore will be  hoping that in October, when this  Kennedy tax measure is brought  forwardj the U.S. congress will  turn.it down flat.  The time may be here for discussion of and argument for  middle-class morality. Or perhaps it is the high-class morality  of the middle class. By middle  class, one means a class that is  middle in income and modest" in  social ambition and attainment.  There is much���there is all������  to be said for the man and woman who bring up a fariiUy in  the way the Victorians said^they  should go. There is faithful attendance at Sunday school and  in large congregations as the  youngsters become full members of the church. Or there can  be nothing more heart-warming  than to see the pride-of a farinly  when a boy makes his speech at  a Bar-mitzvah.  North America is - Christian ���  arid Jew, yet there are writers  for stage and screen who preach  against or who bring into their  work a scorn and derision of the  churchly qualities that held, or  hold, civilization together. It is  not held together by motion-picture stars who trade for a new  wife at a cost of millions,for by  -writers and editors for stage,  screen and magazine who use  their talents trying to find new  ways to shock.  It is highly probable, in fact,  that writers who try to exploit  by prurience and who are supported in their "rights" to bare  their Chatterley-ness are far  from being first class in their  profession. They, find themselves  much in the position of Rabelais,  now virtually unreadable, whose  droll stories had to become droller and droller���or drearier and  drearier. There is f nothing.;new  about filth and readers-who have:  some instinct for good taste are  sure, in the end, to turn toward  bright, clever,:; entertaining,  cleanliness if it can be foiindi  There were many /writers in  the last century or so who could  tell a story without giving a  reader the feelirig that, his  mother is too young to read such  things. The sophisticated did not  need to be "told all" to know  that the widow so frequently  seen in Kipling's Plain Tales  from the Hills was a mite eager  to educate the junior subaltern.  Dickens conveyed vividly, the  sins of the slums, yet he needed  not to be either profane or obscene. Barrie, Pinero and Shaw  were among the playwrights  who entertained without offence.  Some Victorian story-tellers  were knighted. Shaw, no, be--  cause, he was his own - peerage.-  And Canadians will"1 not be, because in Canada there are rules  against it. . A./-, kyk-k "-x:'Z/x  The ash-can art that some  moved from .the alley to the  drawing room a few years back  has been succeeded at heavy  cost to Canadian literature���or  perhaps it is only a threat ��� by  slop-pail writing that has appeared in Canadian publications.  But  quality  (and  that  includes  integrityt sobriety and taste)  will remain or again emerge.  Even Alfred, Lord Tennyson,  was favorably mentioned by  someone just the other day.  Defenders of the "bpund-to-  shock brigade will say that the  names mentioned in the foregoing were ���'��� Victorian fuss-budgets. Dickens hiriiself was no  better than he should have been  but he made a lot of money by  outwardly Conforming to the  moral standards of the time.  Readers did not need to lie, told  iri so many words what had happened to Little Emily or who the  yillian was. It was all handled  with more skill than the modern  writer cares to develop. ��� The  Printed Word  Credit Unions increasing  More Canadians are putting  away more money as savings iri  credit unions. They are also borrowing more from credit unions.  Economists who annually summarize the activities of these financial institutions on the basis  of reports voluntarily sent in,  say these are continuing trends,  the Canadian Department of  Agriculture reports.  The 11-year period ended 1962  saw the number of credit unions  submitting reports grow from  3,080 to 4,431; total membership  increased from 1.3 million in  1952 to 2.9 .million; savings went  up from. $395 million to $1,516  million; average savings per  member rose from $314 to $521.  Last year 134 credit unions  were founded and 32- were dissolved. Quebec coritinued to lead  with more than half the national ..  membership and 59 percent of  all Canadian credit unions were  in Quebec arid Ontario. Rural  credit unions , predominated in  the Atlantic provinces and in  Saskatchewan and made up half  of Quebec's total.  In Ontario 93 percent of the  credit unions were of the non-  rural type.  Savings, which include shares  and deposits, were up 10 percent over the previous year, the  increases ranging from one percent in Newfoundlarid to 22 percent in Saskatchewanf The flat-.  ter province had the' largest as-'  sets per member with $816,* followed by Quebec; $629; Manitoba, $552; andf British Coluriibia  $528.   , '     ZA-X   '''...*.  Loans increased last year by  16 percent to reach $672 million.  In 1962 assets climbed 10 percent    to     reach $1,666 million,  EVERYBODY TALKS  ABOUT POOR HEALTH  But unlike the weather, you can do something  about it. Even though the human body can take  a. great amount of abuse, it sometimes calls for  help. When it develops minor pain or discomfort that goes away but returns, if you suddenly  begin to lose weight or energy; these are danger  signals.  Without delay visit a *>hysician for -a health  check-up. It takes medical knowledge: to find  out what is wrong and how to properly help your  body enjoy better - health. Your physician has  this ability.  Your doctor can phone us when you ne��d a  medicine. We will constantly .endeavor to, keep  abreast of the expanding activities in the field  of pharmacy ��� iu this era of great Change. We  pledge at a'I times to be in the position to offer the finest of pharmaceutical services.  KRUSE DRUG STORES Ltd.  Rae W. Kruse  G'bsons Sechelt  886-2023 % 885-2134  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists  "We needed it now, the bank said yes, so..."  Many a household purchase like this starts with a  bank loan. People find that the simple, natural thing to  do is to borrow where theysave���at.thetlQcal^ank. In  fact the chartered banks are the largest single source  of consumer credit loans, both in number and value.  j Through the years the chartered banks have made  it increasingly easy for people to borrow, at reasonable rates, for almost any worthwhile purpose: the  purchase of a car...a new home heating system...a  son's or daughter's education... a family-vacation...  Three out of four bank.loans are to individuals.for  their personal credit needs. And the total amount  of such loans has almost doubled in tjhe past fiye  years.'-..further- evidence-of*the?wayr bank customers  are relying moire and more oh their local branches for  borrowing as well as for all other financial services.  THE CHARTERED BANKS SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY  '���**��� ���' -���**." * ������-���������  .  through full-range banking responsive to grozving7 changing needs TOAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE REAL SALESMEN  Beaiity Salbri  Ph.   885-9525  HAIR5TYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring  Tuesday to Saturday  IMMUNIZATION WEEK  Xy: National Immunization Week  will be celebrated throughout  Canada   for the. 21st   year the  ���'.'��� week of Sept; 22. This event is  sponsored byythe Health League  of Canada in co-operation with  health departments. During this  week th'e Health League of Canada will try to make it possible  for every citizen in Canada to  learn why every child should be,  > protected against diphtheria,  whooping cough, tetanus, poliomyelitis and smallpox. Adults,  too, need protection against  polio and tetanus. It is only  through repeated reminders that  Canadians will take advantage  of immunization  JANITOR  A;, full tiirie janitor is required at Elphinstone Secondary  School commencing October 1, 1963.  For particulars concerning duties and hours of work please  contact Mr. H. J. Chaster, Maintenance Supervisor or Mr.  G. Cresswell, custodian at this school.  Applications, givirig particulars regarding experience, age  and marital status will be received until 5 p.m. on Monday,  September 23rd.  The Board of School Trustees,  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  insect control  search intensifies  Forest ' entomologists, are  working hard to develop biological controls for destructive  forest insects. The search has  been intensified by the public  outcry against insecticidal  sprays.  In the forest there are many  beneficial insects ��� insects that  prey upon the destructive ones.  They are powerful allies of the  forester. Much of the time they  keep the destructive insects in  check.  The balsam woolly aphid for  instance has killed more than a  billion board feet of true fir  timber in recent years. From  the Black Forest of Germany to  the Himalayas of Asia, American forest insect fighters have  imported 22 kinds of insects that  prey upon the woolly aphid.  Some of them have become established but they are not yet  controlling the aphid. ,  According to the U.S. Forest  Service biological controls are  limited in their impact on insect  pests. Insecticides, say the entomologists, are still the only effective and practical means, of  suppressing outbreaks of destructive insects in our forests.  ��� t-  Gives you the warmest feeling  Now's the time to order STANDARD HEATIN3 OIL for  the warmest feeling all winter long. Call your Standard  Man today for dependable service ... and for the safe,  .Si!?-*_V <a|.!renveloping warmth of Standard Heating Oil.  For any Standard Oil product, call  _,i  7  G. H. (Gerry) MacDONALD   Wilson Creek Phone 885-9332  Teenage problems <<*<-����� ssn���>  - 1 - -i <  * u1*  THE   WEEK'S   LETTER:    "I  have a friend I like very much,  although he insults me in front  of all my friends. He has done  this on two occasions and each  time I said I would not forgive  him, and then did so. Now, he  has .. insulted me in front of  friends a third time. I told him  we would no longer be friends,  yet I still want to be his friend.  What should I do?"  OURF REPLY: Make him  apologize ��� in front of your  friends, if possible, if the "insult" was serious enough to warrant such procedure. If he refuses to apologize ��� even to you,  in private ��� then he is certainly  not a true friend.  Quite often it happens that  people who like a certain individual "tease" that individual  only to find their intentions misunderstood. It may be that this  friend does not seriously think  he insulted you. Let him know  your feelings, in no uncertain  terms.  If he is truly aware of how  you feel about, his teasing, or  "insults," he ��� will change his  ways if he is really a friend. If  he does riot, you.have the choice  of    breaking    the  friendship  or  Tips oil wool  British Woollens News offers  the following tips on the care of  woollen garments:    .fV  Brush them . . , with a good,  long-bristled brush. Try to do  this after each wearing; dirt  abrasion makes fabrics wear out  sooner. Never use a harsh brush.  Let mud dry before brushing.  Hang them properly . .;���'." on  a,, shaped wooden hanger that  fits. Set shoulders ..squarely on  hanger. Use a trouser press for  trousers.  Give 'em air ..k at least overnight. Air helps wool spring  back into shape. And try: not to  crush  clothes  in  the closet.  Let 'em rest .-'���. . even rugged  British woollens need it! If possible rotate suits.  Pockets need pampering too  . . . don't leave them loaded  down when you're not wearing  the suit."  Treat stains promptly. . . they  may injure wool fibres. Tell the  cleaner what caused the stain,  or if you tackle it yourself, use  a cleaning agent that's made for  the specific stain.  ; Don't "toast" wet- wools . . .  .y|-v,,dry them'away from direct heat.  nri in -        ii������ ���  developing some sort of immunity to his insults. The first alternative would be less painful  in the long run.  If you tell him.again that one  more insult means "goodbye,"  be sure that you mean it. Stick  tbkyour guns and let nothing  short of a real apology change  your mind. r y  Every time you threaten to  break off as friends, then fall  right back into the same old  groove, you set yourself up for  more and bigger insults.  Coast News, Sept. 12,  1963       3  Canada's forests support a million Canadians. They produce on  the average more than $2,000,-  000,000  of new wealth annually  Auctioneer seeks use of  large shed or barn on  rental basis.  Phone 886-2564  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK  Trenching ��� Landscaping ��� Rotovating  Driveways, etc. -Gravel and Fill  HUMUS TOP SOIL  Ed. Fiedler ph sse-7764  Clarke Simpkins Invites You  to Test Drive the Versatile  4-Wheel Drive  LAND ROVER  THE VEHICLE THAT GOES ANYWHERE, DOES ANYTHING  STATION   WAGONS,   HARDTOPS  PICKUPS, CRUMMIES  Large  selection  of all  models.  Generous Terms  from  $2895  USED LAND ROVERS  from  Write, Wire or Telephone Collect  CLARKE SIMPKINS  999 Kingsway at Windsor, Vancouver TR Jh-5211  -/  Ltd.  EXPANDS!  .MPK**'"'". <*"��� *��**   ���*���"��� ***  4+ .. . *  Now a Complete Service ~ Five Seaplanes to serve you  i ��� .  Introducing fdr the first time in this area the bush pilot's favorite  the big HUSKY^ capable of accommodating eight passengers or  1500 lbs. of cargo.  BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT WE ARE NOW  ABLE TO OFFER SPEEDY, DEPENDABLE SERVICE AT NEW LOW RATES  FOR EVERYONE  A TELEPHONE CALL TO OUR SECHELT OFFICE WILL BRING A MODERN,  RADIO-EQUIPPED SEAPLANE TO YOU AT ONCE  Go Modern - Go TYEE  Phone Sechelt 885-9343, day or night 4        Cosat News, Sept. 12, 1963  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE REAL SALESMEN  SECHELT THEATRE  Thurs., Fri. ��� Sept. 12 & 13  Burt   Lancaster,   Jean  Simmons  ) ELMER GANTRY  (Technicolor)  RESTRICTED  Starts  at  8,  out at 10:25  p.m.  NEWS WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  "'Sat.,''Mon. ��� Sept. 14 & 16  Paul   Newman.   Jackie   Gleason  THE HUSTLER  (Technicolor)  ADULT  Starts   at   8,  out  at  10:20  p.m.  (Continued from Page 1)  grave said, the government has  been secretive and information  has been hard to come by but as  far as power in B.C. was concerned he thought the Columbia  should be developed first. Failure  to do this would mean costly power which would add to consumer  costs. Socred explanations of the  BCE takeover, he said, were contradictory and a case of fumbling  and bumbling.  Looking backward in Socred  history, he referred to the actions of the government in the  Sommers case as it was handled  by the cabinet, the highway scan-  day involving the highways minister, Mr. Gaglardi, 1 and now we  have the power situation which is  not to the credit of the government.  Speaking of the Conservative  leader  Davie   Fulton,   Mr.   Gar-  WE REGRET  the inconvenience but due to  circumstances beyond our control The Dogwood Cafe will  be closed until further notice.  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Saw Blade f (*Q  Reg. 1.95 Value  l��W  MARSHALL   WELLS   STORES  Parker's Hardware  Gibsons Hardware  grave hoped he would beat Mr.  vince, he argued, would not be  too difficult to raise. If'the government can finance the payment  of toll bridges from unspent road  funds when the tolls are removed,  it should not be difficult to obtain money for medicare. Medicare will cost money but the people will be willing to pay for it.  We have reached the time when  health should be a universal coverage project and not left to the  policy of one's, ability to pay, he  said.  -Under the NDP the medicare  plan will be voluntary with doctors and public who want to come  under it doing so. Those v ho  want to stay out can do so. The  NDP plan he figured would run  about ��25 per person a year. B.C.  revenues had risen from $200,000,-  000 in 1953 to $350,000,000 in 1963  and on this basis he figured financing was no problem. The NDP  scheme as outlined is concerned  only with financing, he said, and  as far as he was concerned the  doctor would be left alone.  The Saskatchewan government  had- reduced its medicare cost  based on operations over the last  six months and he thought the  experience there would be of  great help to British Columbia in  assessing its costs. In B.C. ,one  percent of the sales tax plus liquor profits could finance the  whole project, he said. Even if  extra funds were needed he did  not think anyone would object.  During the question period Mr.  Gargrave was asked if the NDP  would aibolish the anti-labor legislation now existant and he replied these laws would be removed. A question on the poor condition of secondary roads brought  the remark that as the NDP  would be the next government  something would be. done about  them.  Columbia power questions drew  the fact the NDP was opposed to  the, sale of power to the United  States but the party favored the  use of downstream benefits by the  use of storage dams.  Construction of the Peace River project could be stopped if  found necessary, he said. On education the party would give  ��� more assistance to universities  and students. There would also  be vocational aid for those affected through automation. If the  NDP were elected the big interests would, not withdraw their  support in B.C. This can be .es-  tablishedi by the experience of the  CCF .__ government in , Saskatchewan, Mr, Gargrave told the last  questioner.  The transfer of Mr. Robert G.  McMynn, eldest son of Mr; and  fMrs. Ewart McMynn, frorrif the  Fish and Game branch to the  Commercial Fisheries^ branch has  been announced by the Hon.  Earle C. Westwood. Mr. McMynn,  ���'who has been chief .of fisheries  management for the Fish ;��� and  Game branch will undertake a  special assignment to study jurisdictional and administrative management of the commercial fisheries as this relates to the province's interest and obligations  in such matters.  Mr. Westwood said the appointment of Mr. McMynn was the result of study by the specialycom-  mittees of the legislature appointed to inquire into matters affecting the commercial fishing industry in B.C.  Mr. McMynn sr. is "a real estate  dealer with an office in the Bal  Block, Gibsons.  MEETINGS  .of   :������������'  JEHOVAH'S  WITNESSES  BIBLE STUDY:  Gibsons,   Roberts Creek,' Selma���  Park, Sechelt (2), West Sechelt,  Madeira Park.  Tues. ��� 8 p.m.  Ministry School  Kingdom Hall, Thurs., 7:30 p.m.  Service Meeting  Kingdom Hall, Thurs., 8:30 p.m.  Public Talk .        ?  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 7 p.m.  Watchtower   Study  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 8 p.m.  The Kingdom Hall is  at  Selma Park  No  Collections  1 DEMONSTRATION SH0HNG  J UNIQIJE DISCOVER  I     Can you spare 1 hour fo learn how fo draff and design  | your own patterns, with only 2 measurements!  j "FOLLOWTHE GOLDEN RULE^ METHOb" ..,  H   No more pattern  buying for children or iadults.   Completely   gk  H   new and revolutionary. .��� H  '%%'     ���"��� .*'��� ���' '"  ������'  '������'��  | 2 demonsfrafions af the home of Mrs. Alvaro .-�����  |       SECHELT  HIGHWAY, NEXT  TO  SUNNYCREST  PLAZA      j  j   ;       SEPTEMBER 26 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 pm |  'H     LIMITED SPACE������.-.��� Please phone early for appointments       ��  ; J;.       ' \,       AX' GIBSONS fk- Ph.. 886-9803 y; . ��  -. IfniuttumnHim���  r  i  Elphinstone  Secondary School Auditorium  L  8 p.m.  Guest Speaker:  Dr. Walter J^tt  of University of British Columbia  \  LTD.  Ph. 885-2171 - Sechelt  LTD.  Ph. 886-2442  HUBBS ���INGLIS  Miss" H. Joyce Inglis, eldest  daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. F.  Inglis of Gibsons, became the  'bride of William H. Hubbs, son of  Mr. Harvey Hubbs of Selma Park  in a double ring ceremony at 2  p.m. August 31 at the Gibsons  United Church. Rev. M. Cameron  was. the officiating clergyman. A  solo by the bride's uncle, Mr.  Jack Inglis, was sung during the  signing of the registry.  The bride's dress. was full  length white peau-de-faille featuring a basque bodice, portrait  neckline, lily.point sleeves and a  sheath skirt with a chapel overtrain. Simplicity of the dress  made a fitting frame for a radiant bride. She wore a white bouffant net chapel length veil and  ���carried a bouquet of: red rose  ibuds and white stephanotis.  Her sister^ Miss Myrna Inglis,.  was maid of: honor and wore a  ���pink semi-formal with cap sleeves  and a full skirt. Daphne Inglis,:  the bride's youngest sister, was  her only bridesmaid and wore a  similarly styled dress in the same  shade of pink. They both carried  bouquets of pink roses and white  carnations.  The best man was Langford  Chamberlin and the ushers were  John Yates and Ron Sim.  The bride's mother wore a blue*  shadow - brocade   jacket   dress,  while Mrs. Hubbs wore a beige  silk jacket dress.  A reception was held at the  home of the bride's parents for  about 60 relatives and friends.  The beautiful floral decorations  for the church and at the reception were arranged and donated  by Mrs. Ruth MacDonald of Gibsons.  *     *    ���*  LENFESTY -- HARVEY  A wedding of interest here was  that of Charles Cameron Len-  festy, son of Mrs. Nancy Len-  festy and the late John Lenfesty  and Marjorie Ruth, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Harvey of  Naramata. The Rev. N. I. Powell  performed the ceremony in  Windsor United Church.  The groom's mother is the  former Nancy Barnes who attended school here and at Gibsons. Her father is Fred Barnes.  Charlie is well known in the district where he spent many vacations.  ������Am.Q/w&:En:sii::x  \cn League to commence Monday light Sept. Hi  Ladies or Men, experience not necessary  (New comers welcomed ��� We are here to assist you  Sign up now ��� Give us a phone call  ELEMENTARY JUNIOR LEAGUE TO START SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 ��� 1 p.m.  OUR HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE TO START MONDAY, SEPT. 16 ��� 4 p.m.  .. Bowling is a healthy recreation for young and old  GIVE US A CALL AND SIGN; UP FOR THE ABOVE LEAGUES  E&M BOWLADROME' ^StfT  ym.  FOR INTEGRITY AND RESPONSIBILITY  ELECT A NEW DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT  RE-ELECT  ANTHONY J. GARGRAVE  Published by Mackenzie New Democratic Party Association Coast News, Sept. 12, 1963  >r-/>B0fESSIONAl \  'ty .sauSmhcs tvis*>f  MICKEY COE  Bus. AM. 6-7111  Res. BR.  7-6497  Brown Bros. Motors  41st -fc Granville  Vancouver 13, B.C.  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Vancouver, B.C., I will sell at public auction the lands and improvements th-rreor1 in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said  list hereinafter set out, for all DELINQUENT AND CURRENT taxes due and unpaid by said persons on the date of tax sale, and for interest, costs, and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount of taxes due up to and including the year 1961, and interest  thereon, together with costs of advertising said sale, be not sooner paid.  Persons interested in purchasing property at tax sale are advised that tax sales do not extinguish existing Crown liens and other exceptions referred to in Section 25 (a) of the Land  Registry Act and section 137 of the Taxation Act.  LIST OF PROPERTIES . zAA'l'Ax,   ���-,'. .  3F*=  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  ��3   ���  "gV  re ja  OJ  .   a> ���  B ������  . 0>  t*  en a��  . re .  & X  4_<  c  Hr�� ���... ���  re  o  Shannon Falls Resorts  JLiiCl.        ..................  Johnston, Cyril K.;   Johnston, Lorraine D.    Johnston, Cyril K.;   Johnston, Lorraine D. ......  Johnson, Norman J.;  Johnson, Anne (reg.  owner Janet Matthews)  Canada Trust Co. ........  Allen, Pirkko S.   Allen, Pirkko S. .........  McDonald, Glen Elwin ...  Stewart, Alan C.   Smith, John.W.;  Smith,  Emma   Lions Bay Developments  Ltd   Lions Bay Developments  Ltd   Lions Bay Developments  Ltd.     .: .....  Lions Bay Developments  Moore, James .".  Allan, Thomas   Gorrie, Angus ..  Gorrie, Angus -.  Gorrie, Angus .,  Bromlev. Horace;  Bromley, Gordon   McDonald, Allan J   Davis, Charles G.; Davis,  Helen  D-"-*. Charles G.; Davis,  Helen   Emerson, LJovd C.  Mclntyre.   Arnold;   Mclntyre, Bertha   NEW WESTMINiSTE?; LAND DISTRICT  Parcel B, Ref. Plan 889, D.L. 608,  C. of T. 434468L .....      Lot 27, Bk. 2, D.L. 687, Plan 2075,  Lot 28, Bk. 2, D.L. 687, Plan 2075, f     .  \s* Ol .J.. .o7b-i4*j_L- ��� ���_.*������������������������������������������������������������  k . -.��� . *���-   '.'/''."���'* ,      ,       ...'"���'    ���**  Parcel A. Ref. Plan 3125, Bk. 5. S.W. y4  DL. 809, Plan 5333, C. of T. 216052L -..-.  S. >/2 DL. 908. C. of T. 472239L  Lot 11. D.L. 952, Plan 10607, C. of T.  4a57ooJL*  -...-���*.   -��� �����   ���--�����������-���#��������--���"���������������*  Lot 13. DL. 952, Plan 10607, C. of T.  425734L .'.  Parcel A, Ref. Plan  564, D.L. 1029,       '  C. of T. 282361L     ��� ..----.���-�����.-�������������������  Bk. 28, D.L. 1392, Plan 5388, C. of T.  3u4441)I_j     .��������������������� *��������������� ��*�������������������������������*���������  D.L. 1397  Lot 1, Bk. 7, Plan 4479,.C. of T. 430756L  Bk. A, D.L. 1575  Lot 1, Bk. 1, Plan 10C44, C: of T. 396077L  Lot 2, Bk. 5, Plan 10236, C. of T. 403250L  Lot 4, Bk. 5, Plan 10236, C. of T. 403250L  Lot 5, Bk. 5, Plan 10236, C. of T.-403250L  Bk  JS'. D.L. 1625, Plan 4378, C. of T.  412520L     .........A   ������:-.-   -.-'  Ptn. Lot 11 shown at P.G.E. R. of: W.,  Ref. Plan 1019. Bk.   14. D.L. 1814,  Plan 3149, C. ofT. 26702E ......:.....  D.L. 2246, Plan 5509  Bk. 1, C. of T.170592L ^................  Bk. 2, C. of T. 170592L.............-...;  Lot 40 (except, that ptn. lying to E.  of  creek shown'on Plan 55C9), C.f of T.  124.82  17.24  122.95  77.02  1,207.96  ^c,l,..$i:.c  2.88  .95  5.80  .1.84  41.24  43.55  36.971    1.26  281.94!   12.95  13.001  13.00  13.00  13.00  14.00  1.41J- 13.00  13.00  13.00  Parcel D   (except Parcel   1, Ref. Plan  2202). D.L. 2631, Plan 5418,C. of T.  378989L   N. V* D L 26(51 shown on sketch attached  to SS737L (except Parcel B, Ref. Plan  2821), C. of T. 323457L............   78.85  107.84  892.80  126.71  138.59  3.80  13.001  I  $   c  140.70  31.19  141.75  ,    91.86  1,263.20  57.96  51.23  307.89  95.65  1.301   13.001 122.14  ,      -I I y     ���  . -���      I- . I: f.  35.121 13.001 940.92  I I  4.58!  13.001 144.29  I.        ���!' ������ ������,  5.041  13.001 156.63  -13S5PI     5.041   13;00l      156.63  51.911. 23ni  13.001       67.28  'I ,- If      ky': 1 ������-.���  I ��� . -I ������������   ::\A:x~A..  6.05! -.281   13,001       19 33  I I ���:.  kl   .������:���  31.91!    1.12! 13.001  Chin, Norman  Green. Barry (reg. owner.  Garibaldi Park Estates  Ltd.)     -���   Green. Barry (reg. owner.  Garibaldi Park Estates  Ltd.)      Galbraith, Laurie   D.L. 4294, Plan 5957  That ptn. Bk. C lying S. of lower road,  C. of T. 416610L  ...  Bk. D (excect that ptn. lying N. of low-  ' er road), C. of T. 436883L    D.L. 4306. C. of T. 244564L    Lot D. Bk. 3. D.L. 4698, Plan 10413,  C. of T. 415894L   Tp. 50  Let 10. Bk. 4, Fr. N.E. % Sec. 10, Plan  4394. C   of T  SoWOSL  Lot A of Lots 12. 13. 24 to 31 (incl.), Bk.  D of N. i/_ of S.E. 14 Sec. 11, Plan  10439. C   of T. 413883L  Lot B of Lots 32. 13. 24 to 31 <\n"i ) Bk.  D of N. }_ of S.E. Vs Sec. 11, Plan  10439, C. of T. 413883L -. '���.  3.05-ac. ot. of S. y2 of Fr. S. V2 Sec. 14,  C. of T. 9789E   31.91  45.17  33.04  134.16  1.121   13.001  46.03  46.03  2.C3f   13.001       60.20  .851: 14.001       47.89  6.151   14.001      154.31.  103.371 3.841  14.001      121.21  I I            I  231.811 7.721 14.001      253.53  ���   I !            I    ���  .177.831 8.251  14.001      200.08  40.72!  1  1  1.111  1  1  13.001  T  1  54.83  1  1  5.821  , 1  1  1  .261  1  1  1  13.C0I  1  19.03  ���1  64.261  "    -    1  1  2.27!  ���-.  . 1  1  13.00!  .     1  79.53  1  59.06!  1  1  2.0-tl  .  |  1  13 0^1  1  74.10  52.781  2.191  14.00!  68.97  Roberts Creek items  (By MADGE NEWMAN)  Len MacDonald and son Michael, have returned from a month  spent in the east. They visited  the old home in Prince Edward  Island which has been in the  family for .100 years or so and  spent some time with each of  Len's brothers and sisters whose  homes are scattered around the  Maritimes, Cape Cod, Boston.  Mr. and Mrs. James Rusk  have left the district to reside  in Vancouver. .'��� " ���  Bob Quigley ��� is recovering  from injuries he received to his  hand when he tripped over the  family dog.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Stallman and  family have returned to their  home in North Vancouver after  visiting with Mr. and Mrs. -Si  Boyte.  Miss Eva Goodwin and Mrs.1  V. Barnes of Vancouver spent a  vacation at Miss Goodwin's  home here.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Bailey were  guests of Ralph Galliford over  the weekend.  Mrs. E. Fossett and son, Michael, have returned home from  a trip to Saskatchewan.  Mrs. G. Booker has had her  son and family as guests for  several days. When they returned to their home in Alberta she  accompanied them, visiting  Banff and other; interesting  points en route. She is back in  vher  home   at the  beach  as of  Thursday.  Mr. E. Fossett and Mr. J.  Jack are again gathering to-  gether fthe young stalwarts who  will makef up the ensuing year's  . soccer players at Roberts Creek.  While there is a plentiful supply  of the younger group at the  school there still remains a  shortage of 13 to 18 year olds.  Practices f and games will take  place on Sundays and there will  likely be Wednesday practices  also. It would be gratifying to  both players and coaches if the  parents would get out to these  games.  Local friends who attended the  Hilchie-Cuthill wedding in Vancouver on Saturday were Mr.  and Mrs. W. Crawford, Mr. and  Mrs. W. F. Clarke, Mr. and  Mrs. E. Sandberg and Mrs. E.  Robinson.  Mr, and Mrs. E. Shaw have  had Mrs. A.. Wyllie and Miss Jo-  Anne Wyllie as guests from Vancouver. Miss Wyllie.is in this  year's graduating class in  psychiatric nursing at the Provincial Mental Hospital at Es-'  sondale.  Mrs. Carola Utting, former  resident here and now living in  .Santa Barbara, California, is the  guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. MacKenzie.  Mrs. E. Robinson is off to Red  Deer, Alberta, for an extended  vacation. .  Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Black  are- now living in Chilliwack  where he is stationed with the  army. Vern attended school here  and is the grandson of Mr. and  Mrs. W. Roberts.  Miss Jean Baba is at home  visiting her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. K. Baba. Miss Baba is enjoying her final leave before  joining the staff of one of the  Mental hospital branches.  Mrs. J. Matthews is in Oregon  to spend a short vacation with  her daughters, Mrs. S. Roberts  and family.  The busy seaside- home of the  E. Sandbergs rang with the  strains of lively and beautiful  songs last Wednesday when  house and grounds were overrun by a chartered bus-ful of  guests from Vancouver. They  were 30 members of the Order  of Runeberg No. 154, a Finnish-  Swedish Choir.  Also guests at the Sandberg  home last week were Mr. and  Mrs. P. Borg and Mr. and Mrs.  Nedergard and little daughter,  all of Port Alberni.  The Roberts Creek Brownies  are in the process of being enrolled and started on their happy  schedule for the coming season.  Mrs. Macklam and Mrs. Marsh  are their leaders. There are still  openings for more little girls to  take advantage of the training  and fun offered by this group.  First meeting will be Sept. 18  at 3:15 p.m. at Earl Haig Camp.  Children who will be eight by  Dec. 1 are eligible to join.  COMOX ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION DISTRICT  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Wednesday, the 25th day of September, 1963, at the hour  of 10.30 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Courthouse, Courtenay, B.C., I will sell at public auction  y 4the;lahdg and improvements thereon in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list  ^ex^m^ter set! out, for. all. DELINQUENT AND CURRENT taxes due and unpaid by said persons  onthie: dstje of tax sale; and'for^nterest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising  said safe, if the total, amount of th^&s^aue^p^tO/and including the year 1961, and interest thereon,  together with costs of advertising saTd sale, be not sooner paid.  Persons interested in purchasing property at tax sale are advised that tax sales do not extinguish existing Crown liens and other  exceptions referred to in section 25 (a) of the Land  y Registry Act and section 137 of the Taxation Act.  LIST OF PROPERTIES  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  "O ...  .  *-���  OS  so  V  K  -eo   -  a.  o>  ��_��  c  l-H  osts  xpen  H  UH  re  Walters, Glenn C.; Walters, Margaret M. (reg.  owners Hugh W. Davidson; Charlotte M. David-  Crisp,  Kenneth W. ......  Riley, James S.; Riley,  Winnifred F.  ...........  *i- '>  X-X   Z'.    ��,<...;.,���'   ,,.;,!;.'...  4\ >~.     ... yv  i :j:  Laing, Ronald;  Laing,  ;H ������'    ���  Laing, Ronald;  Laing,  Helen    .......  ........��.m  Laing,. Ronald;  Laing.  Helen    .......  ��� *��� ���->������������������  Laing, Ronald;  Laing,  '.���  Helen       ��������������������������������  Laing, Ronald;  Laing,  Helen       ��� ���������������������������ii  A  Laing, Ronald;  Laing,  Helen       ...........  COMOX LAND DISTRICT  Amended Lot 1. D.L. 96, Plan 5016,  V����    Ot     A ���    OvuXliN     ...........m.......mm.^  D.L. 130 (except Parcel A (D.D. 1833N)).  C. of T. 70976N     i   Parcel A (D.D. 339721), D.L. 136, C. of T.  62721N    ....  t ..... 4  Dingwall,,William M. ....  Leighton, Arthur W. .....  Bates, James A. .........  Ferris, Harold A. (V.L.A.)  Johansen, Margaret   Peters, Edna  J.  (reg.  owner, Gordon L. Home)  McDonald, Allan J   McDonald, Allan J   Mulholland, Kenneth   Cook,  Chris   (reg.  owner,  /The   Anglican   Svnod   of  the  Diocese of British  Columbia) ......    .  Brown. Ernest (reg. owner, Charles J. Brown) ..'  Malley. Jasper; Malley,  Joseph    --���    ...........  Marshall, John L.   Schwarzhoff,  Dale  V.;  Srhwarzhoff. Isabelle ...  Johnson, Einar J   Helweg, Agnes M   Clarke, Alfred J. ........  Dressier, Robert E. ......  Mercury Pulp & Timber  Ltd.   t���� r D.Lt- 218,- Plan -12577 ��� k~ ^- - -  Lot A, C. of T. 84724N .'   Lot B, C. of T. 84724N .    Lot C,.C. of T. 84724N ................k  Lot D, C. of T. 84724N   Lot E, C. 0f T. 84724N ...��   Lot F, C. of T. 84724N ...... .......'.  Lot 1, D.L. 236, Plan 3720, C." of T.   .  Lot 25, D.L. 236, Plan 3720, C. of T.  2962741      -.   Lot 6, Bk. 29, Plan 9836, C. of T. 95203N  Gp. 1, NEW WESTMINSTER LAND  DISTRICT  Bk. 2. D.L, 3009, Plan 4787, C. of T.  Lot 4, Bk. 3, D.L. 5135, Plan 9812,  Wa      OI,     Jl ���     "X^IOXO^JL/     ���������������������������������������������������"a***  NELSON LAND DISTRICT  Lot 23, Sec. 32, Tp. 1, Plan 7766, C. of T.  89220N   RANGE 1, COAST LAND DISTRICT  D.L. 648 (except Plans 10039, 11791,  12236). C. of T. 1750931     --  ....  Lot C. D.L. 648, Plan 12236, C. of T.  D.L. 1246, C. of T. 82061N   RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  Lot 6, Sec. 4, Plan 4012, C. of T. 877981  D.L. i440, C. of T. 774741..   SAY WARD LAND DISTRICT  $   c|   $  c  70.61  361.24  161.70  33.01  49.96  AA1\.  224.621  88.49  13.92  , li:32  14.40  19.221  28.431  5.81  31.09  %  c  13.00  14.00  4.621 14.00  I ��� ;  $ c  89.42  406.33  .180.32  47.54  66.72  247.98  105.55  27.47  24.82  .671 13.001   28.07  t    ��  \\   .'.  1.53  3.76  13.00  13.001  10.36  13 00  4.06  13.00  .55  1  13.00  150  ���".     -i  -  13.00  .90  1.12  I  1  141.011 6.40  I  55.48! 2.40  13.001  13.-001  33.12  42.55  13.001  160.41  I  13.001  70.88  395.491 17.781 13.001  426.27  I ���--������ I ���  I  396.22f 18.61! 14.001     428.83  I I !  14.07! .461 13.00!       27.53  1,292.87! 60.461 14.001   1,367.33  .1 I I  Dated at New Westminster, B.C., this 9th day of August, 1D33.  sel2���3071  Parkin, John;  Parkin,  Robert (execs, of estate  of Eliza Parkin, deceas-  , ed)   Lot 19, D.L. 8, Plan 2122, C. of T. 2316031  That pt. Lot 8, D.L. 53, Plan 9300, lying  S.E. of a boundary parallel to and perpendicularly distant 150 ft. from the  north-westerly boundary of said Lot 8  (except Plan 13479), C. ofT. 2921871 ..  Lot 19, D.L. 53, Plan 10270, C. of T.  78138N   Parcel C (D.D. 421011) of Lot 200,  C. of T. 3016461 ....:   Lot B. D.L. 216, Plan 13108, C. of T.  That pt. Parcel A (D.D. 1876801) of D.L.  418 shown colored red on Plan 1209R,  Cortes Island, C. of T. 1932191    D.L. 824, Cortes Island, C. of T. 2758261  Those pts. of the northerly 62 ac. of the  Fr. S.W. V4 Sec. 31, Tp. 3, lying to the  N.E. of the north-easterly boundary of  Plan 280 R. of W. and to the S.E. of a  boundary bearing N. 53 deg. 40' E from  a point on the north-easterly boundary  of Plan 1237R. distant 374 ft. from the  most northerly corner of said Plan  1237R, C. of T. 2939761    COMOX LAND DISTRICT  Coal in and under Lot A. Sec. 57, Plan  2256, 84811G, (C. of T. 83004N)     I I I  I *    ��� I I  162.141 7.141 13.00!      182.28  I I ���   I  117.171 5.101 14.001     136.27  ,. I ��� ���! I  I I I  I J !  I I I  57.63! 2.671 13.00!        73.30  70.191 2.80! 13.00!       85.99  I !          I  50.701 2.331 13.001        66.03  I *���     I           I  84.041 4.141 14.00!      102.18  ! !          I  22.51! 1.041 13.001       36.55  I I       ���   I  I !          I  44.521 2.06! 13.00!        59.58  44.251 1.081 14.001       59.33  I'I I  I I           I  260.481    5.821   14.001     280.30  6.30|      .301  13.001       19.60  J. F. M-DONAT*n.  pTovlrXz' C''"v''0',tor  Dated at Courtenay, B.C. this 8th day of August, 1963.  sel2���3071  G. W. McFARLAND.  Provincial Collector. Coast News,  Sept. 12, 1963  British Columbia today is enjoying the greatest boom in the history  of any:province in Canada. And the greatest years are still ahead.  Keep B.C. moving forward by re-electing the government that puts  progress ahead of platitudes - the government that gets things done.  Your vote for Social Credit on September 30th is a vote for the  policies that have brought British Columbia to the threshold of its  greatest years. Be sure with your vote. On September 30th, mark  your ballot for British Columbia's future. Vote for your Social  Credit candidate.  Giant diversion tunnels for the Portage Mountain Dam Project are nearing completion.  The mighty Peace River will be turned from its course in a few weeks, while the 600 foot  high dam is constructed. Your Social Credit Government's two-river hydro policy will  guarantee British Columbia the continent's greatest" pool of low-cost available power.  * * 'Wife** ��***������� ��*&jw*^ -  �����������<��*<{* tiff (  . Throughout. B.C. ^dern highways and water crossings present a striking new image of our  ���'���n^i?��Wli%^^ctS|dentSa "ke*    *henextS���venyears*50%m<,reflrstclasshighway  Low-cost power is the Key to economic growth. The two-  river policies of your Social Credit Government are  , Leading British Columbia into a tremendous new'era of  prosperity. The impact of new construction and. in vest-  : ment fjfalready apparent in our economy.  Eight major hospital projects now,under  construction ... 20 more in the final planning stages. Your Social Credit Government is pledged to work, for a national  hearth'insurance plan which embodies no  new taxation load and respects the traditional doctor-patient relationship, in cooperation with the Federal Government.  Forestry this year, under progressive  Social Credit natural resource policies, will contribute more than $800  million to our economy. In the next  seven years your Government plans  to increase even that figure by 50%.  Terrific success of the B.C. Ferries system, and its growth from two ferries two  years ago to 19 today, is evidence of Social Credit Government leadership in opening  up your Province.  Site of Mica Damon the Columbia River. The Social Credit Government is working to bring our people the lowest-cost power in  Canada. Rate reductions of $5 million each year will be made over  the next seven years, reflecting the economies realized through)  public development of our vast hydroelectric resources. J  ���f:*52Er2rT ;7??^c^ {}&'*V*V~?'*%$&!&x'-.r-'' ^^^sv^r^r^  Magnificent new Simon Fraser University will open to students in 1965... a cornerstone  In your Social Credit Government's plan to make higher education available to more than  80,000 new students throughout the Province in the next seven years.  1961 and 1962 both broke all records for economic growth.  This year is proving to be even better. Under Social Credit  Government, British Columbians enjoy the highest average  weekly wages and salaries in Canada.  A2350-3  IAL CREDIT  PUBLISHED BY THE BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCIAL CREDIT LEAGUE Coast News, Septv 12k 1963       7  COMING EVENTS  Bingo!   Bingo!   Bingo!    Monday,  8 p.m.,.Legion Hall, Gibsons.  Sept. 13, Roberts   Creek Legion,  Meeting, 8 p.m. f  . Sept. 14, Roberts Creek Legion,  Social, 8:30 plm.'Admission, $i.50  a couple, $1 single.1       *  Sept. 15, Sunday -School, >. Gibsons  United Church, 11   a.m.  ���  Sept: l�� O^AlPiOk General Meet-v*;  ing, 2 pm., kinsmen Hall.  Sept. 19,11 a.m.,f;Rummage,Sale, f  Selma Park Community'��� Centre,  Free Coffee..  Sept. 20, All Candidate Meeting,  sponsored by IBPS&PMW, Local  297. Fri., 8 p.m., Gibsons School  Hall.  Sept. 27, Rummage Sale, 10 a;m.  to 2 pm., L.A. Royal Canadian  Legion 109, Legion Hall, Gibsons.  Oct: 9, L.A. to Royal Canadian  Legion Branch 109, Bazaar,2-4  p.m., Legion Hall, Gibsons:  Oct. 26, DeMolay Mother's Circle  :Turkey Dinner, 7 p.m., Legion  Hall, Gibsons.. f.'' "-:X 1<_. '���'  fkfk  .. weddings ' ���     :1 S'J 'I'i  Mr. and*Mrs. Louis H. Beririer, of,  Selma Park, B.C: are proud to  announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Darlen^  Rose, to. Errol Lyle .Flumerfelt,  son of Mrs." Lillian Flumerfelt,  Roberts .Creek. The wedding will  take place at 11 a.m.: .Saturday,  September 21st in St. Vincent's  Catholic Church, Sechelt. Open  .reception will be held at the Wilson Creek .Hall,,, at 7:30 p.m.  in~memoriam  WHITCOMBE ��� In loving memory of Hilda L. Whitcorabe, who  passed   away Sept. 15, 1958.  Always remembered by her sisters and friends. "He giveth his  beloved sleep." Ps. CXXVH 2.  FLORISTS ..      '  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345, Hopkins  Landing.  Flowers for all  occasions.  Eldred's  Flower   Shop,   Sechelt.  y :  Phone 885^4455 y  f  HELP WANTED (FEMALE)  Help wanted, female, part time,  for shorthand and typing in Sechelt. Apply Box 686, Coast News.  - WORK .WANTED "���" ^uLL y *  y  Capable woman wishes part time  employment in home .looking after aged person in Roberts Creek.  Mrs. Wm. Hunter, Roberts Creek.  John Melhus. Painter and decora---  tor,   paper  hanging,   and  spray  work. Phone 886-2442.  ROTOTILUNG ��� field or garden  POWER RAKING ��� lawns  HEDGE CLIPPING  PLOWING  MOWING ��� field or lawn  LIGHT BLADE WORK  PAINT SPRAYING  ROY BOLDERSON 885-9530 eves.  Carpentry work of any kind,  roofing and chimney, basement  water proofing, painting. Phone  886-9349.  PETS .    ;  k  ���;���    "    ���  Free male pup, 2 months old,  only to "real good home. Phone  885-9615. y  Dachshund, 2 females, black" and  tan, 6 weeks old: $35 each. Carl  Hansen, Upper Elphinstone Rd.,  Roberts Creek.  SHINE COAST REAL ESTAT  WANTED TO RENT  SOAMES POINTy  3 bedroom ~ /Fully serviced  view home close to safe, sandy  beach. Pembroke; bafh^ auto-oil  furnace in part bsmt:'Full price  $8500. terms, k ���'  GIBSONS  2 bedroom ��� Fully furnished  home yon level, landscaped lot  close to beach. Separate garage.  Full price $7,000, Terms.  3 Bedroom ��� Full bsmt. family  home on cleared 2.8.acres with  creek. Pembroke bathroom, extra plumbing in bsmt., excellent  well with pressure- system. Full  price $8,000 Terms.  KkDAVIS;:BAY . ���  View lots ��� Large, fully serviced lots with fabulous view.  Close to beachy wharf and store.  Exceptional valuek Priced from  $1,175. Terms:  ������*'���. REDROOFS 11 A:'  Waterfront ��� Attractive, split  level' home fronting oh magnificent sandy beach.-: Large living  room with rock fireplace and sun  deck. Full price $11,000. Easy,  terms. ZZ: XA-XX ,_Xf _  ���;, PENDER HARBOUR  Waterfront -��� Attractively treed  .' /properties 'in   waterfront   development, all . over Va. acre. Priced  from $750  with easy terms.  Call. Frank Lewis at Gibsons  office, 886-9900 (24 hrs.) or Morton Mackay, Res. 886-7783.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GIBSONS     and    BURQUITLAM  Settle down for the winter  $500 down ��� 3 rooms on 2 lots,  central location in Gibsons. Full  price  $5,000.  OFFICE 886-2191  $750 down ���% acre near beach  Solid basement home, electric  stove, pern, plumbing, good water.   Garage, and  shed.  OFFICE 886-2191  Modern revenue triplex in good  location in Gibsons. Further details on request.  OFFICE 886-2191 7  Pekinese. Phone 886-9890.  "A Sign of Service"  H. B. GORDON & KENNETT Ltd.  Real Estate & Insurance  ��� Gibisorisk'X'A^AxA. A"!'/': Sechelt  886-2191 885-2013  (R. F. Kennett ��� Notary Public)  Newly   developed   large   view  lots five minutes from  Gibsons  All   services.. Introductory   low  price, $875. Low down payment.  Gower Point area. Choice building sites. Good water supply.  $1500, terms.  PENINSULA PROPERTIES  Homes - Waterfront - Acreage  Business  property  Building contracts  Mortgages  Sub-division consultants  TERRACE HEIGHTS  Choice view lots with all village  facilities,,.priced from $1,900 to  $2,500. $500 down. ''  CHARLES ENGLISH Lid.  Real Estate���Insurance  Sunny crest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS,   B.C. PH.  886-2481  DAVIS  BAY ���  ,.....��� -  Almost new 2 br. Panabode  home on nice waterfront'"lot 80' ��  300'. See us for this.  BOATS, MARINE  18 ft. inboard speedboat, fibre-  glassed bottom, v rebuilt V8 flat-  head, factory built, fully equipped. Phone 886-2630.  New last year, 14V_ ft. Brandyl-  meyer, glassed bottom, fully  equipped, 35 hp. West Bend. Fast,  economical, asking $600. 886-2320.  New 12 ft. outboard fishing boat,  $235. Marshall Wells Store, Sechelt. Phone 885-2171.  PRINTING  FALL PRINTING!  Get your order in now  for coming requirements.  Let us help you  with your printing problems.  COAST NEWS  Gibsons, Ph. 886-2622  WEST SECHELT   \  Two nice view properties, each  with 2 bedroomed house and basement, own water supply. Priced  for quick sale.  Three bedroomed house with  basement and furnace on approximately 2*4 acres land. Priced  well below value at $8500 with  some terms.  Tw0 bedroomed house on 40  acres priced for quick sale at  $5000 on terms.  PORPOISE BAY AREA  2 bedroomed house on good lot;  priced for quick' sale,  $3900.  To see any of these phone:  Office:  885-2065, or  Eves.: E. Surtees 885-9303 ,  C. Ei King, 885-2066  .AGGETT AGENCIES Ltd.  One of the nicest new larger  homes in Gibsons with an unsurpassed view of the surrounding  area.  Save $2,000 on a modern 2 br.  bungalow. Particulars on request.  EWART McMYNN  Real Estate & Insurance  Marine  Drive,   Gibsons  Phones:   886-2166,   Res.   886-2500  West Sechelt waterfront.'. Unique  property consists of three treed  park like lots, with easy access  to beach. Nice two bedrm home,  den, fireplace, vanity bath. Plus  guest cottage, garage; ��� Priced to  sell.: Easy terms. -������:  $1,000 down; 2 bedrm. view waterfront home. West Sechelt.1 $7000  F p   '���������������  ��� x- ������'���k-.-k -.- v. ���������������-'.-. ;..  Sandy Hook ��� 80 x. 150 level  waterfront; New Panabode,- 2 bedroom, sun deck. $8500, terms.  Silver Sands. View home, Modern, 5 acres: Year round trout  stream. Large, well built shop  wired 220. Ideal for boat builder.  $8500  terms.'  10 acres waterfront. Deep safe  anchorage. Protected bay. Good  water supply. Level Land. Silver  Sands area. Good resort site. FP.  $16,500. ,  Waterfront lot, one acre, West.  Sechelt. Close to Wakefield. $4400  FP.     .  For these and other good buys,  .Call:  SALESMEN1 ���:..'������  Jack Anderson      .885-9565  v John Goodwin       885-4461  Bob fKent k .885-4461y  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Realty & Insurance"  Phone 885-2161, Box 155, Sechelt.  $3850 buys over 14 acres, some  timber.  View lot, excellent location in  Gibsons. 66' frontage. $1650 cash.  Spotless small home, storage  shed, garage, $6350 full price.  $1500 down, bal. as rent.  Over .1 acre with 150' frontage  on black top road. $1175.     <  FOR THE CHOICE  PROPERTIES CONTACT  K. BUTLER REALTY & Insurance  Box 23, Gibsons B.C.  Phone 886-2000   ���  PROPERTY WANTED  Wanted, a lot, to 6 acres, anywhere on the Peninsula. Pleasie  state price, water and light situation, buildings, if any. Box 685,  Coast News.  GASH BUYERS ��� -^ DEALS FINANCED; Improved or vacant  property. CHARLES STEELE ���  REALTOR. 1325 Kingsway (Van.  10) TR 4-1611, TR 4-9298.  1 acre, 100 ft. frontage, close to  shopping centre. Priced to sell,  Terms or cash. Write P.O. Box  317, Gibsons, B.C. * ���" k  100 ft. waterfront, 2 acres, 4 room  house, fully furnished. Phone 885-  2115.  3 bedroom home, between Roberts Creek and-Port Mellon. Ph.  886-9531:;.:   AX/:,XZZ y'-yx.  3 or 4 bedroom family, home, preferably oh the waterfront and  near   schools.   Box .684,   Coast  News.    ��� kkk-k -ff'f '������'��� :Z\ i  Garage  building with electricity  ,in Gibsons vicinity.. Ph.' 886-2524.  BUILDING   MATERIALS       ~~  JOHN DEKLEER  BUILDING ^CONTRACTING  Wilson Creek, X&SZZ  PHONE 885-2050 '''>   ,  1 couch, $10; 2 lamps $5 each; 2  round coffee tables, $25; 1 double  bed, blond wood ends, slat springs  evcellent condition, $25; 1 complete diving suit except flippers,  $35. Phone 886-9369, if; ho answer  call 886-9327.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  8V2  acres,   Roberts Creek,... with  well,  $1200 cash. Phone 886-9984.  New South view subdivision near  good beach, swimming, bo'ating,  fishing. Large lots for acreage,  from $900. Beautiful Gower Point,  near Gibsons. R. W. Vernon, Ph.  886-9813.   :/ZZ.  ������-.  -���"��� f ���'-���.';    y   ������ x  Trade even, over 4 acres having  795 ft; on the highway with small  house, having' light, phone .and  water in, for an old type, roomy  house on a lot with a few feet  of waterfront. 'Write for full particulars to Box 683, Coast News.  WATERFRONT LOTS  EARL'S COVE SUBDIVISION  Adjacent to Earl's Cove Ferry  terminal on Sunshine Coast  Highway. Beautiful view of  Jervis Inlet. Excellent fishing  and 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  BOARD AND ROOM WANTED  Young, woman teacher wishes  room and board close to Elementary School; Please contact Miss  Street c/o Danny's Motel. 886-  9815.  '  FOR RENT  2 br. cottage, handy to stores,  Marine Dr., Gibsons. Jack Inglis,  886-9940.  Bachelor's quarters. Port Mellon  Road.Phone 886-9525.  Crushed rock not available at  Hillside after Nov. 15. Suggest  you order now. $2 per cu. yard  plus cost of hauling. A. Simpkins,  Davis Bay. 885-2132.  MISC. FOR  SALIfi  . Large enamel kitchen sink with  drain board, plus" chrome swing  taps.  Phone  886-9314.  6 & 8 transistor radios, $19 to $69.  5 tube mantle radios,  $16.95.  Electric heaters with  fan  $10.95  and up. ;  Coleman camp stoves, $12.75 and  up.  Good stock of home appliances,  always. Best for less at  Earl's, 886,9600  Terry 20 ft. trailer, heater, range,  gas electric frig., good condition.  Welcome Beach, Halfmoon Bay,  R. Holgate.  Scotia trailer, 8' x 27', insulated,  Rockas range, oil heater, fridge,  2 bunks, shower and toilet. Phorie  after 8 p.m., 886-9680.  6 ,cu. ft. Frigidaire in good condition. Phone 885-2150.  Royal vacuum cleaner, all attachments, practically new, $25.!  Phone 886-2512.  Complete crib outfit, 6 yr. size,  chrome high chair and toidy seat  as new, 3 pieces, $35. Phone- 886-  7785.  kEGGS! EGGS! EGGS!  Farm fresh eggs in all sizes, at  farm prices. "SPECIALS" on  certain sizes. Bring your containers and S AVE. WYNGAERT  POULTRY FARM, Gibsons, B.C.  Coleman oil heater, 2 years old,  best offer. Phone 886-2630k  1 couch $15; 4 chairs and table  ���$l6j*-2" lamps $5 each; 2 round  coHeektables-7 *$25;- f I ddubfe * bed;  blond woodends, slat springs, excellent condition, $25; 1 complete  diving suit except flippers $35.  Phone 886-9369, if no answer call  886-9327.  1 used Kemac oil burner. Price  $50.  Phone 885-9545.  Wood freezer chest. $60. Ph. 883-  2459. ;  Pekinese.  Phone 886-9890.  -Mushroom Manure  AAZ Non-Acid Topsoil  Weedless, odorless, easy to handle, general purpose humus fertilizer, ideal for lawn dressing or  base, large and small fruits, vege  tables and flowers. Ph. 886-9813.  Used, electric and gas ranges,  alsio oil ranges. C & S Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,   Sechelt.  Ray Newman, Plumbing, Ph.  886-9678. 1963 Beatty pumps  and water systems. $50 trade  hiVon your old pump;   liisedf oil range  V used Leonard electric range  1 used Propane range  1 used 21" TV  2 used washing machines  All good value  MARSHALL WELLS STORE  X   Phone Sechelt 885-2171  ZX:  YOUR DOLLAR HAS  MORE  CENTS AT  "' EARL'S & WALT'S  :886-9600  &  886-9303  WANTEb  Wood furnace for a house. Phone  885-9338.  Ram No. 5 wanted. Carl Hansen,  Upper Elphinstone Rd., Roberts  Creek.    "'  Child's small tricycle. Phone '8S6-  2121;.;. . y -yy ;; y   ': ,  ''XX. TIMBER WANTED      z  Will: buy timber or* timber and  land.. Gash. Phone 886-9984.. ,  ANNOUNCEMENTS"'  Credited night school course' in  History 102 or Senior Matric subjects. Contact School Board or  phone 888-7785.: .  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic-wiring, . rewiring and  alterations from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Free estimates.  Phone .886-9320 evenings.  ANNOUNCEMENTS (Cont'd)  PEDiCURIST  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop.  885-9778  Evenings by Appointment  ���    PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework���Alterations and repairs  -Phone 886-7734  Used furniture, or what have  you? APs Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone 886-  2179 or write Box 588, Coast  2179 or write Box 462, Gibsons.  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING  FUR STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts .Creek,   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  For guaranteed . watch and  jewelry repairs, see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  RAY  NEWMAN PLUMBING  & HEATING  <    Phone 886-9678  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky  Number  Sept. 7 ��� 11955, White  k   TIMBER CRUISING,  K.   M.  Bell,   1975  PendreU  St.,  Vancouyfr 5, Ph, 685:6863.  ROBERTS CRKEK  CREDIT UNION  Sechelt. B.C. ..-  Phone 885-9551  Serving Gibsoris through to  Halfmoon Bay  Office Hours, Wed., Thurs., Fri.,  11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Tree falling, topping or removing lower limbs for view. Insured work, from Port, Mellon  to Pender .'���' Harbour. Phone  886-9946. Marven Volen.  Watch Repairs & jewelry  MARINE" MEN'S  WEAR  Ph.  886-2116,   GIBSONS  HYDROPURE   water  sterilizer.  WATER  SURVEY  SERVICES  water filtering systems, diamond,  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and stump blasting. R.R. 1, Se-  chelt JPhone^ ^5^9510;:   ."__!  'FUELS'--' -������''���>-;- ���.���;'���- ��    ..; .���:" V  COAL & WOOD  Alder $10  Maple, $12  Fir $12 delivered  Bone dry old growth fir, $14  DRUMHELLER HARD COAL  $32 ton, $17 Y2 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  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  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  This '57 Silver Hawk Stude is a  beauty.  Color off   white.  Phone  885-9721.   "1956 Buick hardtop. Good general  condition. Consider ^_ ton truck.  Phone 884-5315.   '59 Buick, power steering, power  brakes, radio, mechanically good.  Phone 8S6-9686 between 12 and 1  p.m., 5 and 7 p.m.   V  ���'..������  ready to go  Squarenaders Dance fGliib begins its Fall session on Saturday, Sept. 21. at 8:30 p.m. at  Hopkins Hall and dances will be  held every Saturday ��� night. Coffee and a light lunch will be  served at 10 and dancing will  continue until 11:30 plm. A- great  deal of planning has been done  to assure all squaredancers a  good time.  If you have never squaredanc-  ed before, do not hesitate to telephone Harry Robertson, 886-9540,  regarding lessons. Beginners  classes start on Sept. 25 in the  United Church Hall. You will be  amazed how quickly you will  learn. If you desire any further  information, please contact Harry Robertson.  During the summer months  the square dancers and their  families got together for a picnic  at Roberts Creek, a beach party, -  and a lawn-dancing get together.  The Squarenader Dance Float  won first prize in the Recreation  floats arid thanks go to everyone thatf assisted in decorating.  During-the weekend of Sept.  14, it would be appreciated if  members could participate in a  clean-up party at Hopkins Hall.  Contact Lbtiise Slinn, 886-2084,  for details.   .  Church session  at Wilson Creek  The problem of reviving an interest in church work was discussed by a general meeting of  the Howe Sound United church  session at St.. John's .United  church, Wilson Creek, last Thursday night.  There were some. ��� 25 persons  present representing Gibsoris  'United church,; ��� Roberts Creek  Uriited ���church and "St. John's.  Rev. W. M-. Cameron - presided.  Reports were presented showing  .the activities, of the various, organizations and the progress they  are making. This is the second  suqh meeting held during the pastorate of Mr. Cameron, the first  being held, in Roberts, Creek late  last year. k  Z:X\- yPURSE LOST- ;  An embroidered evening purse  was. lost recently in Ken's Lucky  Dollar Store. Anyone finding it  is asked to phone the Coast News.  IN LOVE WITH A  CERTAIN NEW CAR?  BUY IT NOW WITH A  LOW-COST, UFE.INSUHEO  XXX  XXX  XXXX XXXX X  XXXX  Sxx g     g   g. I   8.3**1  xxx xxx xxxx    >c   R X   x  XXS Sx��� g  xxs i xxi  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  8 a.m., Holy Communion  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m., -Sunday School  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  Church of His Presence  7:30 p.m.. Evensong  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  11 a.m.,  Sunday   School  7:30 p.m.,  Evensong  ~ UNITED ~  '      Gibsons  11 a.m.,  Sunday   School  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m.. Divine Service  Roberts Creek  . 2 p.m.,  Divine Service  Wilson Creek  11 a.m., Divine Service  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church Service 9:15 a.m.  1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays  Anglican Service 7:30 p.m.  1st Sunday of each month  Anglican  Communion   9:30   a.m  3rd Sunday of each month  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.J30 a.m.  CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS  Church Services  and Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek United Church  Radio Program: The Bible  Speaks to \.ju, over CJOR, 600,  1:30 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  Sitf.. 7:30 **��� m., Prayer  Glad Tidinps 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 8       Coast News, Sept. 12, 1963  In new post  Printed Pattern  Hassans Store  Complete stock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial & Sports  HARDWARE ��� DRY GOODS  BAPCO PAINT  Interior & Marine  Ph. 883-2415  BEST QUALITY DRESS AND  WORK SHOES  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons  The appointment of Harold B.  Stringer, North Vancouver, to  the new post of assistant general  secretary of the B.C. School  Trustees association has been  announced by R. E. Lester of  Haney, BCSTA president. At the  same time, Mr. Lester stated  that G. J. North, liaison officer  ���for six years, has left to go into  private business.  Mr. Stringer has been a.school  trustee in North Vancouver since  1960, serving as vice-chairman  of the board's personnel and  salary committee. He has also  been a member of the BCSTA  provincial salary committee.  The total of federal, provincial  and municipal spending on "state  health and welfare programs  will be $3.8 billion in .Canada-'in  the coming year; there is a "statutory," or automatic, increase  of about $350,000,000 in such  spending each year.  H. BISHOP  LADIES WEAR  2 Stores to Serve Yqti  GIBSONS  886-2109  SECHELT 1  885-2002  Ladies Wear is our ONLY  Business  FROM THE TALL TIMBER  COUNTRY..>  Li  ihe saw with LIVE power!  PM CANADIAN CHAIN SAW MODEL 275 WINS FOUR OUT OF  FIVE EVENTS AT SQUAMISH LOGGERS' SPORTS  This model can also be a winner for you.  SEE THEM AT:  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK ��� Ph. 885-9521  NIGHT SCHOOL PROGRAM  Sechelt School District No. 46  The Board of School Trustees of District No. 46 is interested in making arrangements for an enlarged Night School Program for the season 1963-64.  Where instructors and pupils are available, both Academic  and Vocational subjects will be offered. However, the type and  number of classes offered will depend entirely on the response  of you the people of .the community to this advance request  for instructors and pupils.  Qualified teachers not employed at present, are urged to  participate in the interrupted Adult Education, by offering to  teach subjects for which credits are given. -  People who are qualified by training and experience in  other subjects or hobbies, but who are not necessarily professional teachers.are also called upon to take part in the Night  School Program.  To assist in preparing courses for next season 1963-64 persons who are interested in taking part, either as teachers or  as pupils, are urged to make use of and return the completed  form provided below, either to the Principal of your nearest  school or to the office of the Board of School Trustees, Gibsons, B.C., as soon as conveniently possible.  Name  Address  Phone         Teacher      Pupil  Subject Preferred  Remarks         The Board of School Trustees,  School District No.  46   (Sechelt),  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  9400  SIZES'  12K-24K  Quick fr>������ s��w. fiov tn wear ���  perfect at-home or * out-shopping  dress. Note smart tabs, gored  skirt. Choose checks, harvest  colors.  Printed Pattern 9400: Half  Sizes':i2'&'.14&, 16%; 181/., 20V2,  22%, 24%. Size 16% takes 3%  yards 39-irich.  , FIFTY CENTS (50c) in coiris  (no stamps, please) for this pattern. Print plainly SIZE, NAME,  ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER.  Send order to MARIAN MARTIN, care of the Coast News,  Pattern Dept., 60 Front St. West,  Toronto, Ont.  It's true! Choose one of the  smart, new Fall Forecast Fashions for your FREE PATTERN from 354 different design  ideas in our big, new Fall-Winter  Catalog. Just clip the coupon inside the Catalog to receive a  50. cent pattern of your; choice.  If you wish, choose from a  marvelous array Of back to  school styles for daughter ���  choose from the new f' shifts,  body-conscious sheaths,T separates, cpat-and-dress gcostumes,  casuals: kChoose YOUR size ���  Misses', Half-Sizes, Women, Juniors ��� or Teens, Girls', Children's sizes. Send Fifty (50c)  cents in coins for the Catalog|to  Marian Martin, Coast News,  Pattern Dept. 60 Front St., Toronto, Ont.  BUGNAPPERS  "Ladybird, ladybird fly away  home!" A child's rhyme that  has sounded shrillv through  many generations in Canadian  and American homes has all of  a sudden acquired added meaning.. If you follow the news in  the sovereign states of Washington and California you will ? be  aware that Californians have  been collecting ladybird beetles  in Washington and selling then;  to farmers to protect their crqps.  The Washington legislature isfre-"  ported to have passed a law5'.to  curb this  bugnapping  READY  MIX  concrete  P  &  W   Development  CO.  Phone 886-9857. ��� Gibsons  TALK  For anniversaries,, birthdays, flowers express your  sentimentsperfectly. You'll  find a FLORIST fast in the  YELLOW PAGES, where  YOUR FINGERS DO THE  WALKING  -4  Bird regulations  now approved  The migratory bird regulations  which appear in the printed version of the game regulations  have been approved f.by federal  order-in-council with one, minor  amendment, Hon. Earle C. West-  wood announces.  The. minister of recreation and  conservation/drew the attention  of sportsmen to the open season  on ducks, coots and geese in  game management areas 6 and  9. In that portion of GMA 6 lying within the Yale electoral district and that portion of GMA 9  lying within the North Okanagan  electoral district, the open season on ducks, coots and geese  will open Sept. 28 arid Close Jan.  1.  Open seasons in the remainder  of GMA's 6 and 9 will be from  Sept. 14, to Dec. 18. Copies of  this .amendment will be available from local Fish and Game  branch offices and from all  licence issuers, said the minister.'  Mr. Westwood pointed out  there was a total failure of this  TOWING SERVICE  Peninsula Motors  : '-'Ltdo-yy  Phone  DAYS - 885-2111  NITES ��� 885-2155  year's production of black brant  on the Alaska nesting grounds  reported by the Canadian Wildlife Service. Depending upon  further information from the  federal agency, it.may be necessary to close the season on black  brant in British Columbia some  time before the set closing date  of March 8.  The word window is derived  from the Old Norse vind auga  ��� meaning wind eye.  $9 MILLION  PAID OUT  Life insurance companies paid  $9 million in death benefits in  British Columbia during the first  six months of 1963, the Canadian  Life Insurance Oficers Association reports. The. corresponding  1962 total was $8.4 million. On  1,540 ordinary policies, payments  this year were $5,296,000; on 500  industrial policies $152,000; and  in 1,310 group certificates $3,-  509,000.  BACKFILLS ��� R0ADW0RK - RETAINING WALLS  BASEMENT EXCAVATION ��� PILE DRIVING  BREAKWATER & FLOAT CONSTRUCTION  GODFREY AGENCIES  Box107, Gibsons  Ph. 886-9350  For all your Heating needs call  TINGLEY'S HI-HEAT  SALES & SERVICE  Expert service on all repairs to oil stoves,  . heaters and furnaces  New installations of warm air or hot water heating,  tailored to your needs  Your choice of financing plans  P.O. BOX 417  SECHELT, B.C.  Phone: 885-9636  or 885-9332  V  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S.  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS1  P.O. Box 37, Gibsons  1334 West Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5 Ph. MU 4-3611  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties  Canada Permanent Mortgage  ��� ��� Corp.   ;���  apply  Charles English   Ltd.  ���f. representative,,_... .^_...  Gibsons ? k-8864481  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances,  TV Service  Hoover Vacuum Cleaners  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  at  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100,  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHELT  y Phone 885-2062  ���;'��� We use  ..-���'  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and, jewelry  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  "7        SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway.  Roomy Parking, Plenty. of Water  Large recreation area  Bus passes park site  ,���..., ,y       Phone 886-9826y.;   -..������,.  MOVING & STORAGE  ;    REID'S  WORLD WIDE MOVING  Long distance moving anywhere  in B.C., Canada & U.S.A.  MASONS GARAGE  Dunlop tires & accessories  -Electric welding,  Wheel balancing  Truck and car repairs  NORTH ROAD ��� GIBSONS  Ph. 886-2562  TV  SALES AND SERVICE  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  Ph. 885-9605  A Complete Service  886-2192  Gibsons  MU 3-1393  Vancouver  liSTI^^  ?      A Fh(^ SSS-^2  Daily; Freight Service to  Vancouver*  Local & long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery  service  Lowbed hauling  992 Powell St.  PENINSULA     PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Formerly Rogers Plumbing  cor. Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  SALES AND SERVICE  Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  *" Phone 886-9533  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422       '  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING ���  PLUMBING  Complete installation  Quick efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886 9543  T~"        NORM BURTON  Your Odd Job Man  Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid, etc.  Res., Pratt Rd:,  Gibsons  **    '.  Phone 886-2048  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  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic wiring,, rewiring  v and alterations '  ELECTRIC HEATING  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-9320 evenings  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK A. DECKER  BAL BLOCK,  GIBSONS  EVERY WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-7721 Res. 886-9956  See us for all your knitting requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353   :  SCOWS     ���    XOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  Concrete Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  DON'S  JANITOR SERVICE  Port Mellon - Pender Harbour  HOME & INDUSTRIAL  GENERAL CLEANING  Rug &   Chesterfield   Cleaning  Paint Washing  Phone 886-2231  SUNSHINE  COAST  DECORATORS  All your painting  at reasonable rates  886-2615 or 886-2605  TELEVISION  SALlES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  Richter'* Radio - TV  Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record Bar   Phone 885-9,777  N.W.HALL ~  CONTRACTING  SHEET METAL INSTALATION  DAVIS BAY  Phone 885-9606  STOCKWELL & SONS LTD.  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488 for  Bulldozing, Backhoe and front  end loader work. Screened ce-  ment gravel, fill and road gravel.  GIBSONS   ROOFING  Ph.  886-9880  TAR & GRAVEL  also     .  DUROID ROOFING  "~ C & S SALES       "^  For all your heating  ...requirements.  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE .  Also Oil Installation  Free estimates  Furniture    Phone 885-9713;  BACKHOE and,LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.  KARATEEW,  Ph. 886 THIS WEEK'S   Tudor style Fourplex  RECIPE  It may be Sunday supper  when everyone's starving. after  a day outdoors,';'or;.'' Saturday  lunch after a morning shopping.  Or, for the working wife, it's the  night shef just had, to stay on the  job an f extra half hour and has  no time for elaborate meal preparations, ff    ,  Planned to meet the dilemma  are three qiiucldes: Cheese and  Marmalade <���-. Squares,: Salmon  Rounds and Bacon and Mushroom Squaresk Each of "them  can be made - in minutes from  ingredients-that are sure to be  on hand, and heeds only a bowl  of soup, a salad and a light dessert such as instant pudding vto  make ay hearty and satisfying  meal.- y k X.Z"��� XxXA./y/A Xjy.X'  Cheese and Marmalade Squares  Yield ��� .6 squaresk '���'.��� ���  6 slices whole wheat bread, cut  y2 inch'thick" *   "''  Soft butter or margarine    y-  Orange marmaladeAXi/Zll,      x-:y.  6 slices  process cheese  (3J_ inches square)  :  .*��������� Preheat oven to  400  deg.  F.  (hot). Remove crusts from whole  wheat bread slices;  spread each  slice of bread with soft butter  br   margarine   and   then   with  marmalade. Top each slice with  a square of cheese.  Arrange slices on an ungreas-  ed  cookie  sheet.   Bake  in preheated oven until heated through  and cheese is melted. Serve at  1 once with a tossed salad;  Salmon Rounds  Yield��� 6 servings  1 can   (approx.  y2  pound)   salmon  *A cup finely-chopped celery  1 tablespoon  chopped  sweet  \ X   gherkin pickles f  Mayonnaise or other -thick dres-  ������ sing _.',;-.. XA  Salt anid pepper  6 or. 12 slices crusty French  bread  Soft butter or-margarine  Preheat oven "to 400 deg. F.  (hot). Drain and flake salmon,  discarding skin and , mashing  bones. Add celery and gherkins.  Moisten with mayonnaise or  other thick dressing and season  to taste with salt and pepper.  Cut 6 or 12 slices French  bread (the number Of slices depends upon the size of the loaf).  Spread bread with soft butter  or margarine, then with salmon  mixture. Arrange on ungreased  cookie sheet. Bake in preheated  oven "until well heated through  ��� about 10 minutes. Serve hot  with lemon garnish and a salad  of sliced head lettuce sprinkled  with French dressing..  Bacon and Mushroom Squares  Yield ��� 6 squares    -  3 slices side bacon  6 slices  white bread,  $_-inch  thick  Soft butter or margarine  Undiluted   canned   condensed  mushroom, soup  Preheat  oven -to 400  deg.  F.  (hot).:  Fry   baicon   until, crisp. .-.  Trim crusts from bread slices;  spread slices with soft butter or  margarine then generously with .  mushroom soup.  Crumble the crisp, bacon and  sprinkle over mushroom soup.  Arrange squares on an ungreased -cookie sheet. Bake inf preheated oven until bread is toasted and topping bubbly..Serve at  once with a spoonful of cole-.  'slaw..;  I^ND^^^  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District of.  New Westmnister and situate iii  * the Vancouver Assessment District Bl "A" DiL. 4546 Gp 1 N.  W.D. Plan 9892.  Take notice that Yrjo Laakso  and Allan Laakso, Joint Tenants  of R.R.l.i; Halfmoon -Bay, B.C.,  occupation fishermen; intends Ito  apply for a lease of .the following described lands:--- ���'������������  Commencing at a post planted  ��� S.E. corner* of aforsaid lot . and  thence  West 298.9 . - feet;   thence  . South to low water mark; thence  East 298.9 feet;.,thence North to  point of commienpehaent for the  purpose of mooring and repairing a commercial fishing vessel.  YRJO LAAKSO  Agent for Yrjo Laakso and  . _      Allan Laakso' :'���  Dated 2nd August, 1963.  NOTICE  OF INTENTION  TO  APPLY  TO  PURCHASE LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and: situate Bowen  Island,* B.C. *     '  TAKE NOTICE that Robert  Proudloch of Bowen Island. B.C.,  occupation Farmer and jGrader  Operator,: intends to apply .for  permission '^of purchase the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  2600 ft. east of S.W. corner of  D.L. 1545; thence 600 ft. narth;  thence* 2600 ft. west; thence 600  ft. south; thence 2600 ft. east  and containing 40 acres, more  or less; 'v- ���.'..-,  The purpose for which the land  is required is land clearing and  grazing .for cattle, goats and  horses. ,  .  ROBERT PROUDLOCH  per Dorothy Proudloch  Dated Aug. 11th, 1963.  Vff�� fU��*. 4KCA.��,:_ 948 SQft ft* 3t��Tt  "X"'' ":- '���-"��� ������' '"'"-'���"/: -���';''" '-   : -  ���**'  Coast News, Sept. 12, 1963       9  Superannues  to be organized  It will be of interest to the  many, superannuated federal  civil servants on the Sunshine  Coast that The Federal Superannuates National Association is  being organized with Fred White-  house of Victoria as provisional  secretary-treasurer.  The first two objectives being  adjustment in pensions to meet  the changing economy of the  country, and equal treatment for  those who are subscribers to  the surgical-medical plan, 50  percent contribution by the; government to"the plan.for superannuates the same as is made for  active civil servants.  All superannues who would  benefit by this organization  should get in touch immediately  with J. E. Lee. Gibsons, telephone 886-2292 in order to form  a local affiliation.  *����������������������.����������������������������������������.*������������ 9*  ��*��������������������������������������������������������������������������<  Richard McKibbin  INSURANCE  PHONE  886-2062 GIBSONS, B.C.  A  PERSONAL INSURANCE  SERVICE  MICKEY COE  Bus. AM. 6-7111  Res. BR.   7-6497  Brown Bros. Motors  41st & Granville  Vancouver 13, B.C.  .'.. The bark on the lower part of  a Douglas fir may be more than  a foot thick.  SMVNS JIOOK  AfiU*   497 M-ft ft* aWJt  Plan No. Four-P-1046 (copyright No. 117093)  Here is something quite different, interesting, and very, very attractive in a fourplex. This practical, rental unit has four separate suites;  featuring three bedrooms up with full bathroom, and storage and  partial plumbing on the main floor m addition to the living room,  and kitchen, f ���  The exterior styling is Tudor in appearance, with half \ timbering  mullioned windows, oak doors with antique ironwork to carry out  the Tudor appearance.  This ^is ^a truly attractive rental unit, and is designed for, and has  : recei^d-approval, f for constr^  Biueprihts are available from the Building Centre, 96 Kingsway at-  Broadway, Vancouver,  B.C.  New edition of Select Homes Designs  Plan book is now available, containing price list, and other important building information. Send 50c to cover mailing and handling,  (B.C. residents add tax.) y  C- E. SICOTTE  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  Land Clearing ��� Excavating  and Road Building  FREE  ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2357  Dieter's TV & HI-FI Service  *  Service calls between Wilson Creek and Port Mellon  SAVE MONEY - BRING YOUR SET IN  OPEN 9 a.m. ito 5:30 p.m. ��� FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Phone 8S6~93S4 ��� GIBSONS  Buy a chimney that's...  SAFE       ���       EFFICIEMT       M       EASY     TO      INSTALL  COURT OF REVISION  List of Electors ��� Rural Portion  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  A Court of Revision will sit at 2 p.m. on Friday, September  20, 1963 to hear any complaints and correct and revise the  list of electors for the rural portion of School District No.  46 (Sechelt). ^  A,ny person who wishes to appeal in respect pf the list of  electors shall file an appeal, in writing/ with the Secretary-  Treasurer of the school board before the twentieth day of  September, 1963.  The  Board of School Trustees,  School District No.  46 (Sechelt)  ���12  ri&l'  ���J*;  W*  A  zW  ?  * *���*> +* i V_P-  * 5  M  i'\t  \  i\i  ��� SAFE . . .Selkirk's insulated design means a  clean, dry chimney flue, under normal firing conditions. '������ EFFICIENT... Your heating system will  operate better and use lass ftiel with Selkirk's  quick, positive draft ��� EASY TO INSTALL . . .2  or 3 hours is aU you'U need, and no special tools  are required*  W����i SEE Y0UB LOCAL DEALER  Or writ*  MKTAt. PRODUCTS LTDw  North Augusta RdU BreekvUa. Ont,  623 W��0 Strait Wtanfecs 10, Man.  Hilltop Building Supplies   Gibsons Building Supplies  Gibsons ��� Phone 886-7765  Phone 886-2642  The element never forgets  Perfect cooking is right at your fingertips with  a modem electric range. The element remembers.  Every time you dial the same setting, you  get the same temperature - for predictably  delicious results. What's more, there's a  jumbo selection of settings to choose from: a  heat for every cooking requirement.   '  Ask your appliance dealer to show yom all the .  automatic futures of his cool, dean Hew rangetk  See for yourself why good cooking - unforgettable  cooking - is elementary with an electric range.  ac. HYDRO  GIBSONS   ELECTRIC  Phone 886-9325  J. J. ROGERS CO. LTD.  GIBSONS, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-9333  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Ph. 866-2442  ,.J;. J  PARKER'S  HARDWARE LTD.  SECHELT, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-2171  C  AS SALES & SERVICE  SECHELT, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-9713  RICHTER'S RADIO  &  TV  CENKWE  SECHELT, B.C. ��� Phone 885-9777 10       Coast News, Sept. 12, 1963  i   ��� k GIBSONS' ���,..;���'������  cnmopycTi  CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  10 to 12 a.m. ��� 2 to 6 p.m.  . Evening appointments  CLOSED WEDNESDAY  Marine Drive, near/  :  Gibsons Municipal Hall  886-9843  HALFMOON BAY NOTES  Secheit News    LETTERS  (By MARY TINKLEY)  ; k Mr. and Mrs. Len Greenall,  with Gary, Frank'and Katherine,  have returned after spending  their summer in Europe. The  journey there was made by trai-fi  and boat via New York. After  visiting Mrs. Greenall's parents  in Warrington, Lancashire, they  ��� toured the British Isles and particularly enjoyed Edinburgh, the  . Scottish Highlands and the rugged    mountainous .country    of  THEORY OF MUSIC  Correspondence Tuition in Theory, Harmony  Counterpoint, Form  Students   prepared  for  Royal  Conservatory  of Toronto Examinations  J. J. GARDINER, A.R.C.T.  250 West 28th St., North Vancouver, B.C..  :   YU 7-4458'   ������"    "-. x'-.-  Sechelt Bowling Alley  Open Bowling  MONDAY ��� 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.  WEDNESDAY ��� 7 p.m. fo 9 p.m.  SATURDAY���6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.  SUNDAY BOWLING WHEN WEATHER COOLS  The Men's Ten pin league have a few vacancies for bowlers  .-    Anyone interested please contact Bowling Alley  PINSETTERS  WANTED���Contact Alley,  Ph.  885-<9918  i_in^r>_rxru~ij*i-rij~i ~m~��~i "'" ��� ��� ��� ���� ��� ***'1T ��***^^^^^*  OUR SPECIALTIES  Bar-B-QACJwtfwn  w����k.  and  ;.,' k': .- Cheaper by the Dozen  & ���' ������ PHONE YOUR ORDERS IN ADVANCE  ' ~:':! ���'������''������'"; GIBSONS ��� -Ph: 88G-95SS"''"  and Bread available for late shoppers  SheaV Drive Inn's Ltd  Elect a fllew Democratic GovernmeBt  by votiflg for MTHOM J. GARGRAVE  and this Legislative Programme.  Medicare ; :-  Your New Democratic government will provide you with the  most complete health insurance in North America. It will cover  not only doctors' and specialists' fees, but will also include  ambulance charges and prescriptions. Since the programme  will be financed from existing revenue sources, no premiums  will be required. Because the plan was developed in consulted  tion with members of the medical profession,, no opposition  from doctors is anticipated ��� indeed, the New. Democratic-  Medical Plan is better for the doctors than the existing private \  plans. ';l'Z:'.z  Labor  Your New Democratic government will introduce legislation  ensuring full payment of all wage claims. It will introduce a  new Workman's Compensation Act providing more equitable  handling of workers' claims. It will repeal Bills 42, 43 .and 123.  It will give Government employees full collective bargaining  rights. It will.introduce new legislation to provide.for a higher  level of labor-management co-operation in order to ensure high  rates of employment and prosperity in British Columbia.  Industrial Development  Your New Democratic government will establish, a Provincial  Industrial Development Agency which will raise money for the  support and. promotion of new and developing industries  through the sale of guaranteed.securities to the people Off,the  province providing everyone with the chance; to share in "the,,  prosperity of British Columbia. _ .'.'.'   V  SEPTEMBER 30th RE-ELECT  A. J. GARGRAVE  Published by  Mackenzie  New  Democratic Party  Association  North Wates.  As far as the ? children weVe  concerned, the highlight of the  trip was a visit to the Whip-  shade Zoo, where wild animals  roam at will over quite extensive fenced areas, in conditions  which approximate as nearly as  possible their natural habitat:  They visited West Germany and  spent a few days in London before flying back to Vancouver  by TCA jet.  Visiting the Cliff Connors last  week were Fred and Evie Bur-  field, owners of the Hollyburn  ���Ski Lodge, with their daughter  Peggy and Mrs. Burfield's mother, Mrs. Swain.  Winnipeg   to   visit  her   brother,  Mrs.   Eva Lyons has gone  to  ���Roy Ramsay,   who  is   seriously  iil..-..k. kk ^.'-fikk.  Guest of the Jack Temples ; is  Mrs. Temple's father, Mr. Ed.  Campbell of Vancouver.        . ;  Vacationing at their Redroofs  cottages are Dr. and Mrs. Richmond and the Hugh McPhalens.  Miss Relf.is at her home von  Frances Avenue.        ���.;,.,-���.kk.--  Mrs." C. kSurtees, back '"in  charge1 of Halfmoon Bay School,  visited her mother^ Mrs.VRichardson at Cumberland and' entertained a number of. visitors during the. ' vacation.. Her guests  were Mr. and' Mrs. Tom Clark  of Auckland, New Zealand and  Mr.-and Mrs. Atkinson of Armstrong, B.C. Mrs. Clark is Mr.  Surtees' 'niece and Mrs. Atkin-  , son, who is a teacher at Armstrong, is a niece of Mrs.! Surtees.  .At a joint meeting of the Pender Harbour and Halfmoon Bay  Hospital auxiliaries last' week  an advertising" and poster campaign was planned in support of  the cookery demonstration to be  held on Oct.  25 at the Pender  ���High School auditorium. Tickets  are now available from any of  the    auxiliaries    to St.  Mary!s  ���Hospital: !  UCW discusses x  standards decline  On Thursday last members of  Gibsons area United Church Wp-  men met again for the planning  of their fall work. At the conclusion of the business ^period  "five from the Gower Point, Unit  held a panel discussion on Declining Standards ��� Getting by  Today. This topic - was .ably  handled and created much interest among all the-, women, who  would have liked to discuss the  different questions ��� that y arose  for a flonger period" than 'tiirie  allowed; ���'���'���' ��� 1- '. ���'     :y "-f XX :'��� AXZ.  Reports were made on shipments of supplies to Korea and  the Welfare Industries. ��� The October thank offering meeting  will begin with a potiuck luncheon and the guest speaker will  be Miss Henrietta... Campbell,  deaconessZfor 'this/charge, j who  will -speak on aspects of her  work. The thankoffering will be  in aid of the Freedom from Hunger campaign. ;  Derby finals  The following are the results  from the final two weeks of the  P.T.A. Fish Derby:  Eighth week: Largest fish, Ly-  all Alexander, Madeira Park,  25^ lb.  .Hidden   weight,   Nick   Kindrachuk, Vancouver, 7.8 lbs:  Final.week: Largest fish, Bob  Grimsdick, West Vancouver, 31  lb. 10 oz.  Hidden weight, Stan Burns,  North Vancouver, 4.6 lb.  Grand prize winner, ��100, Mr.  W. T. Husband, West Vancouver,  371/. lb.; biggest cod, John Wray,  Irvines Landing," 44 lb. 8 oz.;  most fish weighed in. per week,  Fred Nenninger, Burnaby, 24.  Wilson Creek  (By Mrs. D. ERICKSON)  Mr. and Mrs. John Hussey and  familfy of Westbank irisi'ted  friends and enjoyed their, first  visit to the Sunshine Coast.  George Jackson was a 'recent  visitor during a lamb buying trip  fcr Jackson Meats. Ltd., of Vancouver, and Lulu Island 'where  . they-.��� operate a meat packing  plant' managed by Lawrence  (Piv) Jackson who some years  ago worked for the B. and ..J.  Logging here and atTqba Inlet.  ��� Mr. a,nd Mrs. Stanley Ahd6r-f  son, married recently at ���StkHil-  da's Anglican church -in .Sechelt >  are now living in the area ne.ar  the wharf.   .  George Newsham ;and family  have moved' into their new home  formerly owned by. Mrs. Bea  Hicks.  Avril Crucil, now. of Bellflower,  Cal., was a summer guest of<the:  G. H. MacDonald family,  j  (By Mrs. A. A. FRENCH)  Visiting grandparents Mr. and  Mrs. W. B. Billingsley is' Mr. Dick  Billingsley of Vancouver. Also  visiting with him is Miss ' Jeah  Low.  Miss Ida Brealey was a recent  visitor, calling ori old friends.  Miss Brealey taught in the little  school house on the hill which-is,  no more. "  Rev.. J. B. Fergusson will hold  a special service' in the parish  hall on Sunday, Sept. 15 at 7:30  p.m. dedicated, to the. ,W.A. senior and junior branch, the Girls'  auxiliaries and Little Helpers. A  welcome* is' extended to, all. It;,  will:also be! the -first;coifee social,  hour of the- fall "'session. XI:    k  Mr. and Mrs. William Yi Craw-v,  ford   and their  children *"Caviri,-'  Foster,    Richenda    and   JessiOa '-  have left for Vancouver after a '  vacation in their" summer; home,  Porpoise Bay".'  to editor  Editor: The wonder of won-  ders to me is ��� Who is fooling  whom? -'     ,  The former executives of- the  electric company surely must  have known the rules governing  the company as to .selling etc. If  they didn't they should not have  been holding a position of authority.  I understand in a court of law  ignorance is no excuse.  No matter from what angle one  views the situation 4t ,,looks like  a "mess, of .shenaiugansk; k  Consider:.that the5former;chiefs  of the above company were aware  of loopholes in the transaction,  well, this leaves a very vivid impression that their haloes are  slightly askew. M. E. Si,  '**   Soames Point.  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired  Drainage Fields  Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  OARS FOUND-  If you have lost a pair of oars  in Gower Point area and Whittaker Beaoh where-they were  found, the owner can contact  Leslie McDonald,. 2562 Wallace  Crescent, Vancouver 8,: or phone  CA 4-7657.     . ������'      - :-; ������  $2,000  Mevy D^mocratiG Party  pCaiti^^  Donations may be sent or given to NDP Members  A- xx'x or j Campaign Chairman kl    ;  FrAk SCOTT, RRNo^ 1 Powell River     k  9     PMm  Legion Hall  Come out and meet  1  Your Social Credit Candidate  Guest Speaker: Hon. Eric Martin  from Burrard Constituency  QUICK SERVICE  CLUTCHES FOR MOST LATE MODEL GM, FORD AND CHRYSLER PRODUCTS  FUEL PUMPS FOR MOST U8TE MODEL GM, FORD AND CHRYSLER PRODUCTS  WATER PUMPS FOR MOST LATE MODEL GM, FORD AND CHRYSLER PRODUCTS  fXCHANGE GENERATORS, STARTERS AND YOlM REGULATORS-_ ALL MODELS;;  ENGLISH. FOREIGN, GM, FORD AND CHRYSLER PRODUCTS  BRAKES, BRAKE SHOES FOR ALL FOREIGN GM. CHRYSLER AND FORD PWDUCTS  WHEEL BEARINGS AND SEALS FOR GM, CHRYSLER AND FORD PRODUCTS  ,  ELECTRICAL -J JOINTS AND CONDENSERS, Etc., FOR VOLKSWAGEN AND M��)ST  ENGLISH MAKES, ALL GM, FORD AND CHRYSLER PRODUCTS  CARBURATOR (OVERHAULS, KJTS IN STOCK, ALL GM, FORD AND CHRYSLER PRODUCTS  NO LONG WAITING FOR PARTS  We have added this extra Parts Dept.  To give,; our ciisfomers faster and better service with the combinations of  of Myfitiesf ffactory-lrained mechanics on the Sechelt Peninsula  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS  SECHELT YOUR LOCAL GM DEALER  Ph_ 8^5-2111

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