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 Provincial Library,  JUST FINE  FOOD  DANNY'S  DINING ROOM  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  SERVING THE  GROWING  SUNSHINE COAST  Published   in  Gibsons,   B.C.       Volume   14,  Number  47,   December 1, 1960.  7c per copy.  A Complete Line  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.   886-2116  ���  Gibsons,   B.C.  On Dec. 12, landowners of the  area between Egmont and Port  Mellon will be asked tc approve  formation of a Hospital Improvement District.  In last week's Coast News, the  returning officer, Mr. W. Coffey  published the official proclamation which announced the date,  listed the polling places and  stated the question the voters  will be required to answer.  the action  that will  follow.  Taxpayers are urged to attend  at least one of these meetings,  dates and locations, of which are  published in an advertisement in  another section of this issue.  It is vitally important that  those entitled "to vote ��� ihe- landowners ��� turn out on Dec. 12  and vote in favor of forming the  Hospital Improvement District.  This represents the first step. It  This    proclamation   was   also     sets up the legal district which  published in Vancouver news  papers in an effort to publicize  the event throughout the whole  area concerned.  The Organizing committee has  scheduled meetings in many of  the   communities   where   speak-  enables the community to raise  funds to finance its share of the  cost of hospital construction.  Later plebiscites will be.required to elect trustees who will  administer the Hospital Improvement   District   and   to   approve  ers will endeavour to acquaint money bylaws that the trustees  the voters with the facts that prepare to cover the hospital  have  led  to- the plebiscite and    construction.  *       *      *.* . ���'���  Vote for hospital  not a  Gibsons* District Board of necessary before anything. ..could.  Trade meeting Tuesday evening be done about building a new  of last week at the Mariner Cafe   -hospital.  <gms��%& WSS3S  GSFS* Municipal    elections    will    be  held in Sechelt and Gibsons on  Dec. 8 as the result of three candidates  being  nominated to   fill  two seats in both municipalities.  In Sechelt, Samuel Dawe,  Lauritz P. Hansen and Frank P.  fiaSHPfiDSOTt��-@^<SaSQ��3Sa��tfBSflS .Parker have been nominated.    . Mr; Hansen is at present a member of Sechelt council.  1^ 4* ft* 4******&*** 4* ��*& In Gibsons,1 Thomas R. Ad-  LfcDoIC 31 ams, Samuel Fladager and Al-  ���^.wiw��*.*w *�� ��** *bert H. Pay have been nominat-  ���^ b ������H ed. Mr. Pay is already on coun-  P'CknflOl'1 841 i%I* C'1 and is seeking re-election. Mr.  r   vllUv!      IIRII     Adams was'at one time a mem-  .        ber of council having sat for a  At the annual general meeting    two  year   peri0(j previously.,  of Pender Harbour and District       vacating,   councils   this   year  Board  of   Trade,   President   Ed    . . _   Lowe opened the meeting and  after routine business was transacted he gave his report on the  year's progress.  He felt that the Board of Trade  had every reason to be proud  oi the objectives they, had obtained in I960:. .The- paving of  the Garden Bay road, extension  of herring seining boundaries,  successful promotion of the Pen^  der Harbour-Alaska cruiser race  are, in Sechelt, Mr. Hansen and  Norman Burley. Mr. Burley is  not seeking re-election. In Gibsons it will be Mr. Pay and Mr.  Frank Hicks. Mr. Hicks is not  seeking re-election-  Election day win be Dec. 8  from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Gibsons and Sechelt. The Gibsons  vote will be taken at the Municipal hall and Hie Sechelt vote  in  the Legion HaH.  As regards ihe school trustee  election, Mr. Leo Johnson was  returned unopposed at Sechelt  to represent Sechelt village on  the board, fix Gibsons Mrs.  Christine Ritchey who was elected last year still has another year  to run before ber term expires.  urgent for  Langdale school  heard Les. Hempsall, Dr. Hugh  Inglis and Dr. Alan Swan discuss  the proposed hospital for this  area and what was involved as  preliminaries.  Mr. Heriipsall chairman of. the  Drs. Inglis and Swan supported Mr, Hempsall and were behind the move towards improving hospital facilities as soon as  possible  ;; Building of the proposed two-  room school at Langdale has become ari urgent problem according  to members of Sechelt ��� Dis-  /6btaSr"��?te^ at   M<>nday  tion   surveying of Sinclair Bay ' night's   meeting   in   the  schooi  road  and promise of  construe- board office in Gibsons..  tion,  oiling ���� the; Bargain Har- Reason   for    the   urgency    is  sary to spend money on the hall  to make it safe according to fire  marshal! regulations.  Members of tbe board took  the view that it is bardly right  for them to spend money on  some other property titan that  owned by the school board. As  a result, and based on project-  turn,   oiling .w me ��>*"*����* ����-* Reason    for    the    urgency    is     a ream, ana nxa w.pnqeu-  bour road, improvements, on me    that the   present   Gibsons Ele-     ed   school population for  next  t; i^��rf    T rmHincr     mad-      DrOnUSe   '������*"_   ���������_._ ���   ������-���       __, i    '* !_���_������    i . ^        Qontamlwr    it   one    ift.e-irt*vi    that  Irviries Landing  road.   Pr��i?ls<*j    mentary    school    has    become  "Mr. Hethpsall chairman of. the       There were SYpresent at the .  ��' ^S^^^Sifmi   '^^J_ ifno^'helfhTthe  hospital committee outlined what,,#nner meeting and .,*J^���^v S��_SlSSw.    -���.'*.',������   ' ���fSLTS. ^�����f V_    or  had happened up to the present ^business session heard that Hon.  time, dating from the first public meeting held in Sechelt at  which it was decided the area  needed a new and larger hospital.  From that time on the hospital committee working under the  sponsorship of St. Mary's Hospital Society had diligently laid  the groundwork for the holding  of the first plebiscite on Dec. 12  which would be for the sole piny'  pose--of--voting~.forAthe formation -  of a hospital improvement district. Once that had been formed the proper organization could  then be set up to hold any further plebiscites which would be  *       *  Phil Gaglardi,; highways minis  ter, would riot be free to visit  the Sunshine Coast until sometime in February.  The meeting was also informed through correspondence with  Hon. David Fulton in Ottawa,  that the next budget would contain an appropriation for a 30  foot shallow, draft .boat for.  RCMP use along the coastline in  this area i     :  : Morris Nygren; and .Jack..Harvey were appointed delegates to  attend the quarterly meeting on  Dec. 5 of the Fraser Valley Associated Boards of Tirade at Port  Moody.  *      '  Squamish highway.  He gave <iue credit to past executives and other local organizations for 'their help, and pointed out that, as reported by Fred  Fletcher, secretary - treasurer  this had all been done by. a small  group and a very limited budget  and appealed for more memberships. -    '   ���        ,  The meeting was then turned  over to Mr. McDonell for the  purpose of receiving the report  of    the   nominating   committee  Anglican Parish Hall and for  this classroom to continue any  length of time it would be nefces-  Birthd  Letter offers comment  Editor. With your permission  I would appreciate space to say  a few words about the Hospital  Improvement District, to provide a bigger and better hospital at more equitable distance  from the majority of the residents of the Sechelt Peninsula.  It appears there is some opposition to this, in the Pender Harbour  area. . ; ���  ���  This, to me, appears to  be a  if. any of those opposing giving  them the fullest means to pursue,  their profession, had to work  such   hours   with   such   limited  ay surprise  Miss A. E. Dawson of Beach  Avenue was surprised when sbe  entered St. Aidan's Parish Hall  on Nov. 18 where a bazaar was  in progress, to be greeted by the  strains of   "Happy  Birthday   to  %*S$^%^1*��� *** was escorte(? V tahle  rPtarftreasurer   Fred  Fletcher,    which was centered with a cake  retary-treasurer   .r Mrg RoberlS|   its  WeS���ETl*  acclamation.   The   three tiers ablaze   with  candles    at 10:30 aan. to elect two school  SSfiSiiss: M-with the n~83 arisr- ���af-  Gerrv Gordon, Henry Whittaker, Miss    Dawson    accepted    the  Roval    Murdoch,    Len    Larson, best wishes of her friends while  George   Haskins,   W.   Robinson, the cake was cut and served to  Jim Cameron O. Dubois.           ; all  present.  In the discussion on the Hospi- Miss Daws0n has been a res-  tal   Improvement    District   Dr. ident  here for many years and  Swan and Mr. Milligan spoke for -s   an   actiVe   member   ol   the  September it was decided that  measures wmdd have to be taken to speed np the processing  of necessary documents so the  board will be in a position to  start work when necessary. Money for this sdtoel was voted on  at the last school board plebiscite.  Minutes of tbe previous meeting revealed that a motion bad  been passed to send a letter to  Mr. Gerry Fahrni, who has resigned from the board, expressing sincere regret, ani adding  the board's appreciation of Mr.  Fahrni's efforts .to. improve educational facilities in ihe'disWct'.  The annual meeting of school  representatives will be held at  Sechelt  Inn on Bee 5 starting  &UUI1     liuuia     wini      outu    "��vvu JsWail  illlU   ivii.   iu"t)��-  -. - ia      an      atun,      ,,.vu.����  means   and for such precarious    the   Hospital  Improvement   Dis-    cnurch and the Red Cioss.  remuneration, they would go on  You need these doctors; you  strike or move to a more comfortable way of making a living,  should do all you can to appreci-  St. Aidan's Bazaar and tea was  a success from every angle.  ate  tttem. cuij.uiawu.,��� ��_ tiar  This, to me, appears to  oe a        2.     An   erroneous   impression pital . operation  at Jender       le  shocking and selfish attitude to-     seems to be prevailing, that the bour'but  to in elude  tne   wno  ward a project on which so many     doctors  now  renting   offices   in of  School District. 46  ana ad a  trict committee.  Mr Milligan opened his speech  bv drawing the attention of those  present, to    the   fact   that   St.  Mary's Hospital Society was m-    ^ .     I -a    I  corporated to carry.out the hos-    J>Upport    HOSpital  for   the   people   of  the   Sechelt  vices thev now have. They would     District. 1Ui   l"c   v���v**     y.**uZA~Z    result tfte  board will insist on     c��eu  jrmmumia  *���u a    .c,  if  hospitahS,  hive to be sent        He   presented  various   figures    Peninsula. He; reported ^ere are     ^ ^^ enforced  ^     , aving   a   gencral   reeling  y '.. , -i_i        .       .    .   ii *   +!-.,>  nvocpnt   hosni-     r>am*nhlpt.s  called     A New  iiospi-      . ���,,- r_ ��. ..���j���-   ������u��/>i      fhpir    pvpfntivps   parlv   m   J  Sechelt. Kinsmen Club  held  a  ward a project on which so many     doctors  now  renting   ortices   in     ot  scnooi J��i��j^ -^��� ^^    R a?dthebToteem R^m'of  those opposing it would do well    vices-they now have. They would     District,  to bear in mind.  1. This Peninsula is particularly blessed with a very fine  group of, doctors. How long  would any newcomer of any  calibre be satisfied to have his  patients sent to town for operations or treatments because of  lack of space or facilities here  i n our area. I have worked with  these   doctors,   and   believe  me  fairs generally-  The department of education  approved transportation of Trail  Bay students to ElpMnstone High  School for certain classes thup.  signifying the department would  pay its share of the expense.  Members of the board called  for a report on what happened  in the high school on the night  of a basketball game between  the Orphans and a Squamish  team. Some damage occurred in  an area beyond the confines of  the place where the game was  played. It was also suggested  that responsibility at such future  events will be ascertained before  granting permission.  Reports of smoking by students in bases received the attention of the board with the  result the board will insist on  Roy Brett, contractor, of Selma Park who has done considerable work already on the Se-  chelt-Gibsons Municipal Airport  in Wilson Creek area has been  awarded a $28,725 contract for  further work  on the  airport.  This was announced by Wes  Hodgson, chairman of the airport committee after consultation with municipal councils at  Gibsons and Sechelt. Both councils approved giving the work to  a local contractor, especially to  one who had a working knowledge of the area.  Mr. Brett's tender was the second lowest, there being a differ-  pnf>o nf $28 between the lowest  and Mr. Brett. Tenders were '  opened at Gibsons Municipal.  haii Nov. 18 and the decision to  give it to Mr. Brett was made  Nov.  22. Here  are the  tenders:  Murohy Excavating. Vancouver, $28,696.  R. Brett, Selma Park, 528,725.  Tony     Pederson    Ltd..    West ,  Vancouver,  $28,868.  Gordon Johns Ltd., Victoria.  $29,161.  W. D. Construction, North Burnaby,   $29,634.  Hasseil Bros., White Rock.  $33,140.  W & W Construction. Sardis,  $35,201.  Cattermole - Tretheway, Van-  couver,  $36,565.  Peninsula Logging, Sechelt,  $37,890.  Jamieson Construct., Vancouver   $38,754.  Yoroshuk Bras. Trans. West-  view,  339.530.  Belmont Construction, Vancouver. $44,030.  W. A. Blair, New Westminster,  $44,402.  Jackson Bros Logging & Enemark Logging, Wilson Creek,  $49,728.  Alexander Cartage Co., Van-  coiive*ri-;-$51;848/r'*'--"-' "���������'���--."������':'.���'  ���.:.  Russell Paving Co., Richmond,  $54,817.  A. C. McEachern Ltd., Vancouver.  $55,940.  Climate Construction & National Pac. Contrac, Vancouver^  $63,955.  i  Ratepayers favor  local contractor  At the regular meeting of  the  Sechelt Rural-Wilson Creek Ratepayers', held at the Selma Park  Community Hall, Nov. 21, a letter was   read  pointing  out  that "  preliminary work on the air strip .  was done entirely by local volunteer labor and in view of the  winter work problem it was felt ;  that in letting the contract preference should be given to local  tender.  It was agreed to contact various   organizations   on   the   Se- .  chelt  Peninsula with  a  view to  ��� Sever the new hospital showing thatThe present hospi- pamphlets called "A New Hospi-  ^Id belocated Is"S a hard- alwaf used by people from all taltor the area between Egmont  ship,   For  years  patients from    parts  of_; the  Pemnsuta    hough    and Port Me, on    wh.ch^ be  Of  Need uniforms  for Giri Guides  Monthly meeting of the L. A.  to Sechelt Guides and Brownies  was held at the home of Mrs.  C. A. Jackson, Wilson Creek.  It was reported that many  Guides and Brownies do not  have uniforms. Anyone having  uniforms please contact. Mrs. F.  Newton, Sechelt, or Mrs. B.  Dombroski,   Sechelt.  Plans were made, for the raffle of three-piece luggage. Tickets may be obtained from any  auxiliary member.  The travelling basket is in circulation again and all are urged  to make it welcome at their  home.  The auxiliary to the Guides  and Brownies will hold a Christmas supper party on Dec. 14 at  7 p.m. The supper party will be  at the home of Mrs. C. A. Jackson,  Wilson Creek.  as far away as Port Mellon have  had to rock their way up to Pender Harbour for hospitalization,  (those that didn't go to Vancouver). Is it a hardshipYifoy, Pender Harbour residents^to:;go on  a good highway, a part of the  way down the highway?.���'���  V.  I can only say that it will not  reflect to the credit of the Pen  der Harbour area if through  their opposition the majority of  the residents of the Sechelt Peninsula are deprived of a^fine  modern hospital, and the dpeiors  who have served you\'sa;-'-"i.well.  are handicapped and frustrated.  The many fine people I know in  Pender Harbour area, will, I  am sure, agree with me.  For heavens sake, . opposers,  grow up and think of the general  good.  o-'v"  G. A. Jervis.  noUn "exact" ratio to population, mailed  to every land owner on  and felt that this would be rec- the Peninsula,  tified by erection of the propos- Tne  Kinsmen Club  of Sechelt  ed new hospital.    . urges all to read it carefully and  "   He further  stated that in his when  your  turn   comes    to   do  opinion the present hospital was your share, get out and vote yes  overcrowded and obsolete. for the hospital. Don't be the one  Dr  Swan went on to point out to say "It won't matter if I vote  the   danger of  fire  in a frame or not. what's one vote more or  building,   the   dangers   of  over- less�� Kinsmen add.  crowding, and the fact that bet- _ :   ter hospital facilities would tend  to raise the standard of medical  care in the  district.  Mr. Scoular and Mr. Garvey  <;poke for the voters. They both  expressed their reluctance, on  the basis of facts presented, to  travelling in buses under school  auspices means classroom discipline must be maintained  while travellmg.  Tins was regarded by board  members as an important matter. Stndenls must be made  aware of Ibe fad they are still  under classroom discipline when  on buses. The rams was on them  and further reports: of smoking  would receive attention.  G.D. meeting  A public meeting for Civil Defence   of   Gibsons   and   district  will be held Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m.  S rSp^r^pSac^    in the United Church   hall  alid the  taxpayers saddled with       Speakers  will include Mr   H  fhe cost of a new one. Snider,  Civil Defence   co-ordma-  Important Scout  meeting called  The provisional committee of  the Sechelt Boy Scout Association liea^ed by J. FL Macleod,  chairman, and Ralph   E".  John-  their executives early in January to discuss common problems  and arrange some long range  co-operative plans for the entire  area.  The federal department of public works is being contacted to  see about having adequate  guards placed on the Porpoise  Bay wharf.  Mrs. R. Donley was appointed  publicity chairman for Ihe organization. Arrangements for a  Christmas hamper raffle are  proceeding.  After    the    meeting,    Mr.    H.  Hubbs    spoke   on   the    hospital  -  plebisrite, and was  thanked for  his informative talk.  HELP  FIRE VICTIMS  Sponsored by the Auxiliary to  the Canadian Legion Post 112,  Madeira   Park,    a   shower   was  ThPv nointed but that they had    tor and  H.  B.  Merrick,  Powell     SOn,   secretary,  are  completing - -   -------    ----  iney poinieu um co-ordinator.    Wes     plans for 4he Bee. T  inaugural     held in the Legion Hall on Nov  ascertained the occupancy in &i.    mver"    ��"��* ^f^n^ ���-     ���tw ��**.,�������������� �� *ho     25. to helo Mr. and Airs. .Tame;  PAULING TO  SPEAK  World y famous scientist Dr.  Linus C./.Pauling will address a  public rally:in the Orpheum Theatre Sun., Dec. 4 at 8 p.m. The  meeting'rf^. sponsored by the B.  C. Committees on Radiation Haz-'  ards.  Dr. -Pauling, the. United States'  foremost advocate of peace,  was awarded the Nobel Prize for  Chemistry in 1953. He also holds  Mary's Hosp^Tai was not nearly   Hodgson, local Civil Defence co  as high as expected and quoted    crdinator, will be chairman  Sub-  as mgii f . ,      ���,___     .ects   tQ   be   dlscusse(j   wln   be  home nursing, monitoring of radiation and other items with a  view to forming classes in these  branches of Civil Defence if the  situiation warrants it.  ,���,       the Presidential Medal.of Merit  A special guest will draw the He is professor of chemistry at  lucky  ticket for the  three-piece California   Institute   of   Techno-  luggage set. logy.  the   following   figure?   to   illus  trate:    '*-*.-.'"  Study Group occupancy estimates: 1959 ��� 5900 patient days.  I960 ��� 6205 patient days.  Actual occupancy: 1959 ��� 5138  arid 1960 ��� 5250 (estimate).  This showed a lag in the expected growth of 762 days in  1959 and 950 in 1960 and a direct  contradiction of Mr. Milligan's  and Dr. Swan's claims of overcrowding, especially in view of  an occupancy of 5704 in. 1956 and  5680 in 1958, and certainly weakened the claimed urgency of the  proposed new hospital.  FRIDAY'S  CONCERT  Remember to take in the Friday night band concert at Elphinstone High School, it will be  a three-quarter hour concert  starting at 7 p.m. in conjunction  with the ticket draw on the drive  to raise funds for the purchase  of uniforms for the band.  meeting of the association in the  Wilson Creek Community Hall  at 8 p.m.  As previously announced R.  Ken Jordan, provincuif executive  commissioner and B. T. Cavan  augh, field cennrassJOner will be  present. It is also expected that  Brigadier W. G. K, Roaf, provincial comnfesioner, wSl attend fo make personal contact  with Scouters and others interested iri the movement.;  Both Mr. MacSecd aad Mr.  Johnson barve requested that all  boys try to attend the meeting  Anyone else "who is interested in  Boy Scorffc ssfealies is also invited-  25, to help Mr. and Mrs. James  Wray and family, who lost all  their possessions by fire on the  night of Nov. 18.  Owing to the prompt action by  the Ladies Auxiliary and the residents of Pender Harbour and  district, Mrs. J. Wray is now in  possesion of many useful and  lovely gifts.  PRESENTS   FOR   CHILE  3. C. Junior Red Cross members in schools provided thousands of toys, new and used, for  13 cases which left on the "Santa  Adela" to bring a happy Christmas to Chilean children made  homeless by earthquakes S      Coast  News,  Dec.  1,  1960.  The Thrill That Comes Once in a Ufedme  AWSSSTEXL CLASSIC  T��*&**  ~ Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News  Ltd., P.O. Box 128, Gibsons, B.C., and authorized as second class  mail, Post Office department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Weekly  Newspaper Association, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association and  B.C. Weekly Newspapers Advertising Bureau, 508 Hornby St..  Vancouver, B.C.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1,75 for six months,  United States and foreign, $3.50 per year. ' '    ,  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher.  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  Active support needed  The circumstances surrounding the last two fires in Pender Harbour area point with dramatic intensity the need for greater public  support of the Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire Brigafie.  This small, but hard core of gallant workers needs more active  help from able-bodied men of the area. They need more financial  support from the general public, generous though it has been in the  pa*st.  On this particular occasion, the temporary fire-boat, the water  ta"xi, had ample power aboard for more hose, but lacked the necessary hose lengths.  Now is the appropriate time to draw attention to the current ap-  Eeal for funds to build the projected fire-boat for Pender Harbour. -If  the lads are willing to turn out in the middle of a filthy night to do  a job such as they did at Irvines Landing last Saturday, it isn't asking too much of the public to dip a little deeper into their pockets  for what, who knows, may be their own rescue from a similar situation.  A distinctive record  Criticism of a police force carrying out duties which are intended to protect lives comes easy. The assumption ss that the police  have no hearts and are doing their best to be obnoxious just to show  they are police with authority.  That is of course one view. Another would be that the police in  the course of their duties save lives. In view of the fact Canada's  annual Safe Driving Week extends from Dec. 1 to 7 the time is ripe  for giving the Sunshine Coast RCMP a pat on the back.  It may not be generally known but on each holiday weekend in  this area accidents were few, very few. There were no fatalities, a  record which other areas of this province would prefer to hive.  How did this happen? Was it because the police relied on the  .good sense of drivers of automobiles? This would be ideal but not  according to fact. It happened because the police were alert and  handed out summonses for the various infractions they had forced  ���n them. It is their job to see the laws of. the road are maintained  aot because they have the power to hand out summonses but because  they prefer to keep their area clean of fatalities and non-fatal accidents. They are there to protect the innocent as well as the guilty,  to protect those who prefer to avoid being involved in accidents due  to someone else's carelessness. It is the careless drivers who feel  the brunt of police action. If this is commonsense why criticize the  police for carrying out their duties?  The Sunshine Coast record of the past year is one which should  He given the limelight of publicity during Safe Driving Week.  There are sufficient safeguards on highways, such as white lines  and signs urging reduced speed and warnings of varied types. If  these are observed by all drivers it would leave the police in a happy  frame of mind. The trouble is they are not observed by some drivers  and they are the ones most ready to criticize. As long as law is maintained by most motorists the police have no desire to interfere but  do not blame them for interfering when there is an infraction.  Safe Driving Week is for the violators of the law. They can abol-  ash it by respecting laws laid down for their own safety.  An expensive sport  While it is comfortable to sit at home and watch via TV two  "football" teams struggle on their battlefield, it might not be so com-  ibrtable to be on the financing side of these same struggles.  From one who knows what finances the Western Football Conference clubs require, the information he imparts is that it costs approximately $75,000 per game to field a team. This means that a  WFC club requires $600,000 per season on which to get by.  The $75;000"is arrived at by the number of games divided in the  season's total expense. It does seem a costly proposition and one  which so long as there is public zeal to support such expense, can  get by. But ��� and that but is a mighty important factor in football  ��� supposing the better heeled teams get too strong and make it use-,  fess for the smaller cities, to compete? What then! '     :  There is a situation right now concerning Regina, the city that  Kept "football" alive back in the dark days when, if the contestants  aould muster a crowd of 10,000, it was a lot. Regina is in serious  financial troubles. Eastern teams would like to see it out of the  Ifeague so an interlocking schedule could be arranged with the east  Sut the east does not want any weak box-office team in the schedule.  So there you have it ��� a city which was once wild about "football"  aow wondering about its future.  Because considerable interest has been shown in prospecting as a study in the Sunshine  Coast Night School curriculum  a series of articles on the general structure of this coastal  area has been presented the  Coast News by Les Peterson of  Elphinstone High School. The  articles are part of a larger  work by Mr. Peterson but for  the present only the geological  aspects will be used.  (By LES PETERSON)  The earliest record of any  locality is the story of its rocks.  Their formation and composition forever determine, in part  at least, the way of life of the  peoples who occupy their surface. Not only how they travel  and what they do for a living,  but even the sort of philosophy  of life they hold, will forever  to a certain extent be affected  by the vertical and horizontal  contours of the land, and by  what products can be procured  from its veins "and from "its  soils. (!  The area between Howe  Sound and Jervis Inlet is one  whose history, right up to the  immediate present, has been in  large part dictated by its location between these two bodies of water, by its facing a  third, the Strait of Georgia,  and by the contour and makeup of the land mass.  No monograph has yet been  prepared on the geology of tha  area. Mention of its rock formations have been made in surveys of the coast and of the  Pacific North-West, but these  references, designating almost  the entire area as granite, are  too superficial . to be of any  value. The entire surface has  been explored by prospectors,  but unless their discoveries  have led to the recording of a  claim no indication of their  findings have been left to his*-  tory.  No geologist has so far car-,  ed to give a definite age to the  rocks of this area. In 1884,  however, the Geological Survey of Canada did produce a  map in which the. intrusive  rocks and their surrounding  aureole of sedimentables, mostly metamorphoses, were colored similarly and named gneis-  sie and schistose rocks of probably Paleozoic age, intruded  by large masses of granite.  The Paleozoic Age, lasting  from about 450 million years  ago to 150 million years ago,  undoubtedly saw a much different terrain from that which  exists today. Some geologists  believe that almost the entire  surface of what is now British  Columbia was covered by a  vast inland sea, perhaps a continuation of that which, unquestionably flooded what is now  the prairie provinces during  .the same age. The western  edge of "the continent is believed to have been a mountain  range which has been named  Caseadia. During this same  period volcanic cones interco-  la ted their ejectments with the  marine sediments being laid  down.  The fold mountains of the  Pacific coast were formed between the Jurassic Age and the  Pliocene Age; that is, between  70 million years ago and five  million years ago. In this upheaval, which brought into existence such local mountains  as Mt. Elphinstone, Mt. Churchill, Mt. Wrottesley, the Britannia and Sechelt Ranges, and  Gambier,   Bowen,   Keats   and  This typhoon  was useful  That old saying ��� "It's an  ill wind that blows no good"  ���has 'been proven true again  by the last typhoon in Japan.  Tragic as it was in many respects, the typhoon improved  the economic lot of the people  in some tiny villages. One was  Yamato, an out-of-the-way hamlet whose residents relied heavily on granite quarrying, but  were suffering a shortage of  granite.  Came the typhoon, and a  seeming limitless supply of  granite was suddenly exposed,  enabling the villagers' to be  'busier and more prosperous  than they had dreamed was  possible.  A similar incident occured  on the Mihami Beach where  people make their living by  gathering and selling gem-like  pebbles used in a popular Japanese game Vailed "_go."Pick-  in's were slim for the pebble-  pickers until the typhoon caused mountainous waves which  re-stocked the beaches with  pretty pebbles.  Nelson Islands, according to  this theory also coused the continent of Gascadia to be depressed into and beyond what is  now the continental shelf west  cf Vancouver Island. Remnants  of the sedimentary Paleozic deposits, metamorphosed into  slate by heat and pressure during the later periods, are to  be found in the huge cap of  that material which covers the  mountains along Queen's  Reach in Jervis Inlet and  which has been quarried at  beach level near Woodfibre on  Howe Sound. Pieces of sedimentary rock, bearing clear  impressions of marine creatures  somewhat like present day  brittle starfish, have been  found near the mouth of Langdale Creek, at Hopkins Landing.  The most readily accessible  remnants of this age are the  rock outcroppings which have  been cut into by the .highway  between Kleindale and Earl's  Cove. An examination of these  rock banks clearly reveals the  fact that they are a decomposing limestone in structure; that  is, that they were built up,  during the time of the inland  sea, by the deposits of calcium-  bearing marine life. Traces of  this limestone, in fact, run  south beyond Madeira Park.  The disappearance of the  major portion of this sedimentary layer as a dominant feature of the' area's geology can  be attributed to these upheavals "which ceased some five million years ago, and to erosion  from successive ice-sheets, the  first of which apparently appeared about one million years  ago.  During the intervening years  the volcanic action subsided in*  this area, the last mountains  to erupt being Mt. Garibaldi,  which retains a distinct cone,  and possibly' Mt. Brunswick,  which gives the appearance of  a half-cone, the eastern half of  which has been blown off. Robert Randall, at the western  end of the Elphinstone Bay  Road, has been told that his  10-acre lake is a filled-in volcanic blow-hole. It is rimmed  with granite, and poles plunged to a depth of one hundred  feet through its mud found no  indication of solid bottom.  There is no printed map to  show rock formations of the  locality under study. However,  Dr. William White, of the Geology Department of the University of British. Columbia,  has prepared a geological legend for this story. Dr. White  sipent his* boyhood at Roberts  Creek, and although he has  not made an exhaustive study  of the area, he has done field  work Tn it, and his continued  interest in its geology make  him the authority on this subject.  His map shows the most of  Gambier island, Bowen Island,  and most of the Sechelt Peninsula to be composed of quartz  diorite. Mt. Elphinstone, Keats  Island, and Prince cf Wales  Reach are volcanic roof pendants, while the Georgia  Strait coast and Sechelt Inlet  from Porpoise Bay to Salmon  Arm are largely granite and���  or quartz monzonite. Between  Madeira Park and Egmont, as  already indicated, the rock is  of mixed sedimentary and  crystalline limestone. Hardy  and Nelson Islands contain  quarry granite. Some gold and  copper have been found at  Brittan River and near Egmont as well as at Britannia  Beach, but in general the locality is not well supplied with  mineral.  (To be continued)  Robert D. Wright, N.D.  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During De winter months  over and over again fire destroys a house and lives are  lost.  Each year in Canada, the  number of deaths from fires  are around the five - hundred  mark. In a recent decade over  1,500 children died-as a result  of fire, many of them little tots  left all alone in a home "just  for a few minutes" while mother went shopping, called on a  neighbor r6r~ departed with  father, to spend an evening of  recreation.  There are three important  things to do, in the following -  order, if a fire breaks out in  your home. Get everyone out  o'f the building; call the fire  department (if necessary from  the nearest neighbor's house);.  fight the flames until help arrives. A baby sitter should be  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph.   885-9252  ���   \TUES.*to  SAT.  '  HAIRSTYLING  designed just  for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring .  24-hour  Towing  * ��� - '> :     ���  Peninsula Motors  Wilson   Creek,  B.C.  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Every family ������ of  school age children should hold  a council and plan the quickest,  safest-way for each person to  get out of the-house. The following safety procedures, , if  wakened by fire, should be  known to- the school youngsters  as well as adults.  'fi T- '��*���  Before opening a door, feel  if it is warm. If.it is_ warm,  do hot open it. Many people  are killed,-not by burns but by  breathing overheated gases. If  the door is cool, brace' your  foot behind it and* open cautiously. If hot air ruefces in, slam  it shut. If smoke, but not hot  ���air or ��� flames are in a hail,  throw.a wet towel, if possible,  over your head and crawl, oa  hands and knees along the  ���floqr; Close every door after  you.  Do not jump from a window  except as a last resort. If you  must get out this way, tear and  knot sLieets to make a rope ladder. Drop bedding out the window to break a possible^fall.  *    *    *  Memorize the number of the  fire depaittmenli.'Post1 it up beside your phone. In an extreme  emergency, tell central your  address and that you need the  fire truck. Discover how long  in your area it will take help  to reach you from your professional fire fighters. If you  consider this unsatisfactory, do  something to make your fire  department's service more efficient,      f. .  Fire fighting is a job for experts but the first five minutes  are more valuable in extinguishing mo��t fires than the  next five hours.- There are  three types of fires and a good  fire extinguisher does an efficient job on all three. Remember (a) that water will put out  wood, paper, clothes fires; (b)  grease and flammable liquids  on which water should NOT be  thrown but baking soda will  smother; (c) electric equipment,  again baking soda is a good  weapon.  *    *    *���;<���  If clothing catches on fire, do  not run. Wrap up in a rug or  quilt and lie down and roll on  the floor, beating out the  flames with, your hands.  Last but not least, do not  be tempted to run back into  a blazing house to rescue possessions, once every member of  the family is safely outside.  Your child needs two parents.  A great many people have lost  itheir lives dashing in for  money or valuables. Don't take  a foolish risk. It's bad enough  for a family to have their  home damaged or lost by fire  ���/Don't add the extra heartbreak of a funeral.  Coast News,   Dec. 1,  1960.       3  Printed Pattern  9039  SIZES 12-20  Lf ifWiCvnlir^f^  Powell River  Jobies pay visit  Thirty-six Jobs Daughters of  Bethel 32, Powell River, joined  the Jobs of Bethel 28 of the Sunshine Coast in a friendship night,  Sat., Nov. 19 at the Masonic  Hall, Roberts Creek.  During the meeting the girls  of Bethel 28 presented their partner officer of Bethel 32 with a  silver spoon. After the meeting  hot chocolate and cinnamon  buns were served.  Sunday morning 60 girls from  the Bethels attended church service at St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons. Rev. D. Harris conducted  the service. The honored queens,  Sharon Stewart, Bethel 28 and  Georgina Thorburn, Bethel 32?  read the lessons. A special biis  took the girls back to Powell River after the service.  The word blimp dates back  to World War I when England  built a certain type of small,  non-rigid airship called B-limp,  TINTING and STYLING  Ph. 886-2409  SECHELT HIGHWAY  Gibsons Village  Dukes & Bradshaw  Ltd.  Phone YU 8-3443  WE'LL TELL YOU   ABOUT THE MANY ADVANTAGES OF  OIL HEATING  EQUIPMENT  For a Wonderful  World of Warmth  engineered  specifically  for your  heating  requirements  convenient  budget terms  '. .. *  and  free life  insurance  up to 6 years  to pay  5% Down ��� Balance at 5%% Simple Int.  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Phone 885-9938  Same Night ���- Same Time ��� Same Place  i fliirsu  IOOF Sunshine Coast  Lodge No.  76  Meets Gibson.  School Hall, 2nd and 4th  Wednesday each month.  JhSNllN STORE  Complete Stock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial  and   Sports  Hardware ��� Dry Goods  BAPCO PAINT  Interior & Marine  Phone TU 3-2415  1  6IBSONS SCHOOL  HALL���S pan. SHARP  16 CASH PRIZES  Don't Miss hirst Game $10  SUNSHINE COAST WELFARE FUND  WANT ADS ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  Deposits  .. $3,200,419,323  This is where he comes into the B of M statement  and helps build a bright future for Canada ��� and himself  After he deducts college and living  expenses from his part-time income,  there's not much left for savings ���  yet this young man regularly deposits  a small sum in his B of M savings  account.  He is one of well over two million'  Canadians saving at the B of M. Their  deposits run into billions.  But his part in the B of M's' "deposits" is only half the picture.  WHAT'S HAPPENfNE tO HIS DEPOSIT?  Well, along with the deposits of the  other two million, most of his money  is being lent for both personal and  business purposes ��� to pay medical  bills, meet school expenses, buy  modern appliances, build houses, buy  tractors, improve farm buildings and  cut lumber ��� to. do a thousand and  one things.  HOW?    .  Through hundreds of thousands of  bank loans, the B of M is employing  this young man's deposits, with many  : others, to finance the operations of  business and industrial enterprises of  all   kinds   and   sizes... of  farmers,  'fishermen, oilmen, miners, lumbermen  and ranchers ... of citizens of every  calling...of community organizations and of provincial and municipal  governments.  ' Yes, when you save money at the  B of M, you not only keep it safe and  earning interest for you, but you  make a sound investment for yourself  in Canada's growth now  and in the years ahead. vl  TO 2 MILLION CANADIANS  Bank: of Montreal  RESOURCES: $3,485,471,333  Whether you want to save money or borrow  it for some useful purpose, you'll find the  B of M is a good place to do it.  So,   if  it's  about   money,  see   Canada's  First Bank firsi!  WORKING    WITH    CANADIANS    IN    EVERY    WALK    OF    LIFE    SINCE    1817  onCl Coast News, Dec.   1,   1960.  Unredeemed Diamonds  Greatly Reduced Prices  Free Inspection  60 years in business  Write for particulars  B.C. Collateral  77 E.   Hastings,   Van.  B.C.  Hal  ay  BY MRS. A.A. FRENCH  Mrs. George Nelson and Mrs.  Agnes fingen returned from Vancouver where they attended a  special conference of tbe Church  of Latter Day Saints when the  Vancouver area became a Stake  with Alaska added to the area,  due to the fast growth of the  church. A Stake is similar to a  ^4g*^@g!g**gtg^g!��g*@!*^��-^  ^\A4V^  TASELLA  LADIES' ��� MEN'S ��� CHILDREN'S WEAR  DRYGOODS  OUR REMODELED STORE  WILL MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS  SHOPPING MERRY  Ph. 885-9331  The following is a list of Public Meetings  to be held to discuss the forthcoming hospital plebiscite:  Nov. 30 ��� Gibsons Elementary School  Dec.    2 ��� Roberts Creek Community Hall  Dec.    5 ��� Wilson Creek Community Hall  Dec.    6 ��� Sechelt Legion Hall  4  Dec. 7 ��� Halfmoon Bay School  Dec. 8 ��� Port Mellon Community Hall  Dec. 9 ��� Madeira Park Community Hall  Dec. 9 ��� Egmont Community Centre  All meetings will begin at 8 p.m. except that  at Pout Mellon which will begin at 8:30 p.m.  Terrific Savings!!  Brown Bros. Motors  41st at Granville, Vancouver, B.C.  YOUR FORD ��� MONARCH ��� FALCON DEALER  Annual Year-End Clearance  111 I960 Makes aid Mels  Shop by phone for the model you want  NEW OR USED  cam, MICKEY COE cowsct  at Amberst 6-7111 or Browning 7-6497  diocese. Mrs. Engen also called  on friends, Mr. and Mis. Karl  Nordby who recently moved  from Sechelt to North Vancouver.  Mrs. Daisy Clampitt visited  her daughter and son-in-law,  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Redman, coming from Vancouver. Mrs. E. E.  Redman is back after a visit to  Port Alberni.  The auxiliary to the Cubs and  Scouts association will hold a  meeting on Dec. 5 at 8 p.m. in  Sechelt Elementary School. On  the agenda is the election of a  liaison officer to replace Mrs  Helen Fahrni whose resignation  was received with regret. The  annual nut drive of the Cubs  and Scouts will be held shortly  so watch out for the boys.  Recent visitors were Mr. and  Mrs. H. Jensen, guests of Mr.  and Mrs. H. Stockwell. Mrs. Jensen is the former Karen Stocfc-  v/ell, and prominent in musical  circles  here.  A new dance band in Sechelt  calling themselves the Toe Tappers has been formed. Jack  Fleming, piano, Phil Deleenheer,  violin and Rod Lizee, guitar. A  dance featuring old time and  modern music will be held Dec.  10, starting at 9 p.m. in the Canadian Legion Hall.  A 25-year pin for membership  in the Canadian Legion was presented to Mrs. Ruth Mitchell of  Selma Park at a tea at the home  of the president, Mrs. Ivy Biggs.  Present were Mrs. A Batchelor,  D. Fraser, N. Hansen, N. Kennedy, J. Lucken, A. Marsh, R.  Mitchell, I. Biggs and J. Peterson.  PTA  carnival  The November 24 meeting oE  Pender Harbour PTA began  with a discussion of the Carnival for Dec. 2 to be held at Madeira Park Hall.  Some members want to form  a   Bridge   Club.   Interested   persons are asked to telephone Mrs  Bernice McDonell.  Mr. Freeman announced a  Red Cross Film on artificial respiration to be shown at a later  PTA meeting.  The Recreation Commission  announced a dance to be held  Dec. 16 with squaie dancing  from 8 to 10 p.m. then regular  dancing for the rest of the evening.  The next meeting will be on  Dec. 8 at Pender Harbour High  School. Mr. Jim Lovvny will  show slides on travel.  YOUR   HEALTH  The long-established * principles of  Naturopathic Medicine are proving  justified by recent scientific developments. In nutrition, for example,  Naturopathic Physicians have always  advised low fat intake as a means  towards health in. this, hemisphere.  It is. now widely recognized that fats  can. contribute to high blood cholesterol and heart disease.  The prescription and institution of  proper nutrition is one of the effective; therapies employed by Naturopathic Physicians. In combination  with the use of electrical and manipulative forces, together tfith other  "natural" agents, Naturopathic Physicians have maintained over many  years a successful programme for the  treatment* of disease and the restoration oi health.  For further injormafTon consult  your local Naturopathic Physician or  write to: .  ASSOCIATION OF  NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS  Off IRITISH eOLUMilA  P.O. 6m 2*71, Vaneovwar .*��, P C.  gtggigtggHPgt-eggtgigegt^  That's how the Romans said it  Tempus Fugit!  Time Flies!  We say.  WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT?  *  TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR  LAYAWAY PLAN  A small deposit holds any article  Ph. 886-3116  By PAT WELSH  Halfmoon Bay Improvement  Association has formed a ladies  auxiliary. These officers were elected: President, Mrs P Doyle  and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. R.  Schutz. Next general meeting  will be held at Rutherfords on  Jan. 9 at 2 p.m.  Roy Doyle has returned from  a hunting trip at Anahim Lake.  His contribution to the spoils  was a cow moose. Lots of good  eating in store for the family.  Off on a well-deservea vacation is Mrs. R. Kolterman. She  ia leaving Dec. 3 to fly to Winnipeg where she will visit her  daughter and husband, the H.  Roberts and grandchildren until  after the New Year.  Dr. and Mrs. Bates of Chicago  are at Hydaway for a brief  holiday. They have been visiting  in Florida, Arizona and Seattle  before flying here to spend a  few days at their summer home.  Welcome Beach Community  Association members met at the  Welcome Beach Hall, Nov. 26 to  enjoy an evening of Canasta and  other card games. The new hi-fi  phono-radio combination came in  for a lot of admiration, members  enjoying the selections played  during supper. It will be used  for dancing at the Christmas party Dec. 10. Raffle tickets for the  Christmas cake will be drawn on  that date too. Mrs. C. Teeple  won the door prize. A ladies auxiliary has been formed with Mrs.  L. Bath, president; Mrs. J. Meikle, secretary - treasurer and  Mrs. P. White, entertainment.  Next meeting will be held Dec. T  at 2 p.m. in the Welcome Beach  Hall.  Square dancing was enjoyed  at "the home of R. Holgate, Friday, Nov. 25 at 8 p.m  POPPY DAY   SUCCESS  Based on reports from Gibsons and Sechelt'the Legion Poppy Day drive was better than,  last year. It. was explained by  a member of the Legion that the  first call on Poppy Day funds  is for the blind persons who  make the poppies and the second call is to offer needed aid  to returned men who find themselves   in   difficulties.  mil defeie  PUBLIC  Dec. 7 ��� 7.30 p.m.  UNITED CHURCH HALL  Gibsons  SPECIAL SPEAKERS  SECHELT THEATRE  8   p.m.  Thurs., Fri.��� Dec. 1 - 2  James   Garner,   Natalie  Wood  CASH McCALL  Technicolor  DOUBLE   FEATURE  Sat.. Mon. ��� Dec. 3-5  Jerry  Lewis,  Corihne  Calvert  THE BELL BOY  plus -  AMAZON TRADER  .      Technicolor  SECHELT ��� Ph. 885-4464  "���mi ���"��� milium  TISGLEYS HI-HEAT SALES & SERVICE  WILL INSTALL OR SERVICE  ANY HEATING UNIT  PROMPT & COURTEOUS  24-HOUR SERVICE  PHONE: SECHELT 885-9636 or 885-9332  C. E.  (Cal) TINGLEY  Power Outage  Electric power will be interrupted in the follow-  areas:  Davis Bay anea, Tuesday, Dec. 6 from approximately  2.45 p.m. to approximately 3.30 p.m.  The outage is necessary to permit B.C. Electric line  crews to carry out maintenance and construction work for  the improvement to service,  B.C. ELECTRIC Co. Ltd.  Pre Christmas Sale  25% OFF  I ALL FRESH STOCK      I Wool Dresses  ' |l   .'.���- * a timely Christmas gift  I Thriftee Dress Shop  1 'a   y&lBSCmS ��� Ph. 886^9543  U ��� ��������������� . "���  ��� ���  PENINSULA HOTEL  DINING ROOM  OPEN SUKMS^VS  5 p.m. io 8 p��m.  Phone'886-2472 for Reservations  (��-.  It's cheaper to move than pay rent!  A i ��� ��� That's' what they say.;:::,y:,  has moved to  Pratt Ro  from Marine Drive, Gibsons, into brand new premises  NOW WE CAN SERVICE YOU MORE CONVIENTLY  Ample Parking Space   -   Ph. 886-2092 COMING  EVENTS  fDejg.|2, ^���^tfrevunusuajbi^ giffes-  (co^ieC ify*lth$yUnited'' C^urclj?  -Christmas  Shopping Day.-  vDec.   2,   Roberts   Creek   Legion/  L.A. Bazaar and Tea, 2 p.m.  Dec. 9, Auxiliary to new. proposed 'hospital, Kaffe Klatsche.  School Hall, 8 to 10 p.m.  BINGO, Gibsons Legion Hall,  Monday nights, 8 p.m. Everybody welcome.  CARD  OF  THANKS  We wish to express our sincere  thanks and appreciation to our  many friends and neighbors who  came to our immediate aid with  clothing and shelter on the night  fire destroyed our home, and  thanks also to the Pender Harbour Fire Brigade for their fast  and efficient service. Also thanks  to the Ladies Auxiliary of the  Canadian Legion who sponsored a shower on our behalf, and  the many people who contributed to it, and to the Pender Harbour Poppy Fund.  Mr.  and Mrs.. James Wray.  Coast News,   Dec.   1, 1960.        5   DIRECTORY (Continued)  MISC. FOR SALE (Continued)  To those   people   who were so  kind as to notify me of damage  to my home during last week's  storm, my sincere thanks.     r  L. T. Morrison.  I wish to express my thanks and  sincere appreciation to my  friends for their cards, flowers,  notes of cheer and visits and all  other kindnesses extended to  me during my recent illness.  Elsie Herrin.  DEATH NOTICE  BROCHU ������ Passed away Nov.  28, 1960, Harry Brochu of Gibsons, B. C. Funeral arrangements later this. week. Harvey  Funeral Home, ^Directors..  WORK WANTED  A good fireplace can be constructed for as little as $200. A. Simpkins, Pratt Rd. 886-9364  Will wreck your shed, house,  barn,, etc. for material and fittings. Clean job done. Phone  886-2422 after 6 p.m.  ANNOUNCEMENT  DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperhanging. Phone Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  PETER  CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason ���.-..  All Jcinds of brick and ^toneworle.'  Alterations and repairs ;  Phone 886-7734  Anyone interested in joining the  Pender Harbour or Halfmoon  Bay CCF Clubs to be formed  before Christmas, contact S. P  Dediluke, R. R. 1, Halfmoon Bay  Ph. TU 3-2637;  ;.'.  ^ ; ���    < ��� :���  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone Sechelt 885-9678 or write Box 584,  Coast News.  VICTOR yD'AOUST  Painter ���: ^Decorator .  Interior -��� Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9G52, North Road.  Spray and brush pointing, also-  paper hanging; J iMellius, Ph;-  Gibsons 886-2442.  BACKHOE  available for all types of digging  Phone 886-2350; v  Tr&ea fianiAg^ topping ��� prIffijnoy**;,  ing lower limbs for view Insured  work  from  Port  Mellon  to  Pender Harbour. Phone 886-9946.  Marven Volen.  ....,���..,  TIMBER CRUISING ~~  K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Vancouver 9, Phone REgent 3-0683.  Painting, interior and exterior,  paper hanging, hourly or contract. Reasonable rates. Estimates free. Ron Orchard, Sechelt 885-2175 or 885-9534  FUELS ��"V  Wood, alder, $10, any length. For  delivery,  886-9387, ^Gibsons.  r'jjeafv.xyith  Confidence with  ���'-'"-"    *TommfFlBY::& ������::.���  SECHELT REALTY  AND INSURANCE  .Member of  Vancouver  ReaL Estate Board  & Multiple Listing' Service  Canadian Association of  Real Estate Boards  B.C. Association of  Real Estate Boards  & Multiple Listing Service  Insurance Agents Assoc of B.C.  Waterfront ��� Good  Anchorage  Lots ��� Acreage ��� Farm land  Dwellings  Write: Box 155, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2161, 885-2120 or Gib  sons 886-2000, or better still call  at our office. We will be pleased  to serve you  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  (next to  Super-Valu)  Gibsons  Building and N.H.A! Loans  3 bedroom   modern  bungalow,  - magnificent   view,   popular   De  Pencier Subdivision, F.P. $8,925.  Some terms.  80 feet, waterfront lot full  price $2,200 One of the best  buys on the Coast.  Phone Ewart McMynn  886-2481  West Van., WA 2-9145.  DRUMMOND REALTY  We have buyers, ana require  listings  Waterfront   and semi-waterfront lots.  Several   homes   oh   waterfront. ���.���*...  Summer   cottage   for   sale,  $3,000.  If acreage wanted, see us.  Always has good buys  Notary Public  Gibsons Phone 886-7751  REAL   ESTATE  and  INSURANCE  GIBSONS, SECHELT  886-2191 885-2013  "A Sign of Service"  fl. B. GORDON and KENNETT  LIMITED  Call br write  DANIELS REALTY  Halfmoon Bay S85-4451  PROPERTY FOR SALE  Lot at Wiispn.. Creek. All services!" -One: block t fifcm beach.  Reasonable terms. Write F. /Cunningham, ^636 Burrard St., Vancouver 1,  B. C.  View lot for sale 50 x 180, Sechelt Highway Five minutes  from Post Office. $800. Phone  886-7746.  PROPERTY WANTED  WOOD  '    Fir or Alder  Large Loads  SERVICE FUELS  886-9813  WOOO & COAL  % cord loads, any length  Fir, $8: Alder. $6  GALT HARD COAL  $32 ton. $17 V2 ton. $2 bag  TOTEM   LOGS,   12  log  box,  $1  I^.r�� Hastings.. Ph. 886-9902-  'y >m   after 6 p.m  &2   guaranteed  cord delivered.  A.   Simpkins, 886-9364.  CASft DE&L  I am a fisherman arid would like  to acquire waterfront property  suitable for mooring a boat, in  Pender Harbour,, with or without buildings. R.G. Curtis, 2166  West 5th Ave.j Vancouver.  FOR RENT  Unfurnished    duplex,    Gower  Point, $35 a month. 2 bedrooms,.  hot water, electric .cooking.APh.  _ 886-98J3.:   ���"',' .'^*;  Furnished 3 room cottage, $3a  month. Phone 886-9661.  Now vacant 2 br. partly furnished house. Front street, Sechelt^  ������^hoiteyS^OjS&j. * ;v "^ -Ay: y:-yy:. '#  1 bedroom waterfront cottage,  furnished or unfurnished. Phone  886-2566.  New modern one bedroom furnished house, near beach, $50.  Phone 886-2559;   A'Ay^'AA  Office space in Sechelt Post Office building. Apply at Marshall  Wells Store. y^A  .     ������-��������� .���  i    i   i.-;_;i .....���  ���������.������I i���'.I. ��� i ,i . m..��.���fc^i.i '���'    '.I    i ilm ���   ���>  Mt^^'t^'^ALE^ ",;!'  Nefed. Lumber?; Wanlf' to save  money? Try; us! ^^AH-sizes, good  grade. Phone 885-9578.  Birch and maple hardwood for  sale. Phone.. 886-20.76.    y-.^y    ���,.  Custom built kitchen cabinets,  chests of drawers; desks; bunk  beds, single or double; anything  in unpainted furniture. Some furniture in stock. Hand saws filed. Gallev's Woodworking Shop.  Phone y 886-2076. :  Austin  Countryman. IEL Power  saw. 28" bar. Must be sold this  week. What: offers? Towler, 886-,..  9512 -evenings.   .",...    *':''-������";A *;:������������/:'  FOUND  A place tp get V&fce but service  we   suggest   local   grown   fried  half  chicken, witfo. French fried  potatoes from DANNY'S  Phone 886-9815  PRINTING  rJfayy<ti*��-printing call c��86-?6%  Youth's skis with poles,' used  once, $7 50; man's bicycle, $10.  boy's bicycle, $7.50.: Ph.. 886-2312  1 oil burner $40 in good condition.. Phone . 885-9345; or ,885-9519:  Gurney white enamel high shelf  pot burner oil range with water  reservoir. Does not have fan but  works very well in Iy_ or 2 storey house without. Excellent baker. Equipped with meter. As we  have no storage fa^'Mt^s will  sell cheap,-Phone,885-2048...,-  1" large ���*fridge and 1 piano. Ph.  TU 4-5303.  White enamel oil heater. Like  new. Phone 885-9713.  Fawcett oil heater; walnut double bed complete; matching vanity and bench; chesterfield; fire  screen: miscellaneous. Phone  886-9821  Fawcett wood and coal, enamel  circulating heater, 22 x 16 x 24  high. Grates good condition. $15.  Phone  886-9562. "_  New automatic  .22 target pistol  cheap.  Phone 886-2559.  Top soil, cement gravel, washed  and  screened,  road   gravel and  fill.   Delivered   and spread. Ph-  886-9826.  Used electric and gas ranges, also oil ranges. C&S Sales, Ph.  885-9713,   Sechelt.  Brown and white pinto gelding.  14 hands high, $300. Sechelt. Ph.  885-9384.  Good wood drum furnace with  generator and pipes. $30. Moore  886-9942.  WANTED  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  Sidewalk bike; trike for 3 year  old and pedal car (3 to 5 year  old size)  Phone 885-2133.  HOUSETRAILER "  Must be very reasonable. State  price. Box 12, Irvines Landing,  or phone TU 3-2273.  BOAT FOR  SALE  17 ft. cabin speedboat, 40 hp. electric start Mercury, 2 years old.  Excellent condition. $900. Easy  terms. Phone Gibsons 886-9890.  WATCH REPAIRS   For guaranteed watch and  jewelry repairs, see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises.; tfn  DIRECTORY  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also  Oil Installation  .Free estimate  '   Furniture  Phone 885-9713  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  RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAIT  Radio, TV repairs  Ph. 886-2346       Res., 886-2538   ,*,  New and Used TVs for sale   -;  See them in the Jay Bee    *  Furniture Store, Gibsons  DIRECTORY (Continued)  MARSHALL'S   PLUMBING  HEATING^SUPPLIES  Phi 886-9533, 886-9690 or 886-2442..  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ~ TV  Fine Home Furnishings     , ,������_  ���>���; -.-fr*. >v. Jtfajpr; Appliances  -   Record  Bar  ; :; Phone $85^777  -  .��?>,--���*.���'  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE CARRY THE STOCK"  y       Phone 886-2642 v  v    rLET US HELP YOU  PLAN NOW  COCHRAN & SON  MADEIRA PARK  Blasting,   Rockdrilling  Bulldozing,  Trucking  Backhoe and  Gravel  Phone TU 3-2635  or TU 3-2377 ^"v':  CLYDE PARNWELL   :  TVSERVICE  Radio and Electrical Repairs  Evening calls a specialty  Phone 886-2633  BILL SHERIDAN      '���  TV, APPLIANCES  SEWING MACHINES   ,*  Sales and Service  Phone 886-2463  GIBSONS PLUMBING  . ;   .Heating, .Plumbing  4<Quick; -efficient service  ';?-.     Phone 886-2460  A. M. CAMPBELL  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  Commercial Domestic.  West Sechelt, Phone 885-2147  SCOWS    ���     LOGS  SECPCLT TOWING  & SfrtMAGfe Ltd.;  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 8S5-4425 _      :  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy. Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph.   886-7721 Res.   886-9956  INSURANCE  call  GIBSONS SECHELT  886-2191 885-2013  "A Sign of Service"  H. B. GORDON and KENNETT  LIMITED  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios,  Appliances,   TV  Service  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 886-9325  Authorized GE Dealer  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY AND OIL STOVES  SERVICED  Phone 886-2422  MADEIRA   PARK  BUILDING SUPPLY Cb��� Ltd.  Gravel cement $2.25 yd.  Road gravel   and fill,  ��1.50 yd.  Delivered in Pender   Harbour  area  Lumber,    Plywood,    Cement  . Phone TU 3-2241  PHONE  STOCKWELL & SONS  885-4488 for        .  Bulldozing,   Backhoe   and   front  end loader work. Clean   cement  gravel,  fill and road gravel.  SAND ��� GRAVEL  CEMENT  BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVEWAYS, FILL, etc.  SECHELT  BUILDING   SUPPLIES  Phone 885-9600  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM   ELECTRIC   LTD,  Sechelt  Phone 885-2062  Residence, 885-9352  C. ROY GREGGS  ���'   Phone 885-9712 .  For  cement gravel, fill, road  gravel and crush rock   Backhoe and Loader  Light Bulldozing  PENINSULA     CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone  Phone 886-2200  Draperies by the yard  or made  to measure  All accessories;  C & S SALES 'A.A'.  Phone 885-9713   V  : FOR GLASS  of all kinds  Phone 886-9837 .  PENINSULA GLASS  PENINSULA TV  Sales and Service  Headquarters tor .  FLEETWOOD  EMERSON  CHANNEL MASTER  Antennas & Accessories  TV ��� Radio ��� Hi-Fi  Phone 886-2463,  Gibsons  Next to Bal's Block  LAND   SURVEYING    "a  VERNON C. GOUDAL. BCLS  Box 37i Gibsons, B.C.  -������������ or ' ���: ���  1334 West Pender St.    ���  Vanouyer 5. B.C. MtJ 3-7477   ;  Complete auto body repairs  and paint  Chevron Gas and Oil service  All work guaranteed     t ���.  ROBERTS CREEK SERVICE  :   AN1> AUTOBODY  ���: ������'��� Ay- ��� i. ��� ..��� Roberts iCeeek  -;,.���������. .-. Phone .886-2*52  "V   Night calls   886-2684  See us tor  all  your. knitting ���  requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  .    Phone 886-9353  4^L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY  PUBLIC  at  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office  Phone   886-2346  House  Phone  886-2100  LEARN ACCORDION  Beginners  or  advanced  students  Private or group lessons  Phone Walter Hendrickson  Phone 886-2470  PENINSULA SAND  & GRAVEL  RAN VERNON, PHONE 886-9813  Concrete work ��� sand & gravel ��� crushed rock ��� ?ood road  fill. ' '  All materials pit run or washed  and   screened.  Free estimate on -any part or  complete job.  THRIFTEE  DRESS  SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Asents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower shop  Phone 888-9543  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  11:15   a.m.   Holy   Communion  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11  a.m. Sunday School  3.00  p.m.,  Evensonu  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  7:30 p.m., Evensong  lliOO a.m., Sunday School  PORT MELLON  9:30 a.m. Holy  Communion  ST.  MARY'S  CHURCH  Pender Harbour  11  a.m. Morning Prayer  Cub Pack Parade  Redroofs Community Hall  3 p.m. Evensong  UNITED  Gibsons  9:45  a.m.,  Sunday School  1    11:00 a.m., Divine Service  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson Creek  3:30 p.m., Divine  Service  11.00 a.m. Sunday School -  PorS  Mellon  The Community Church  Evening Service, 7:30 p.m.  ST- VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9:00 a.m.  St.  Mary's,   Gibsons,   10:30 am  Port, Mellon,  first Sunday  ot  each month at 11:35 a.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST  Sechelt  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  Gibsons  United Church, 7.30  p.m.  ~        PENTECOSTAL  GIBSONS  9:45 a.m.,  Sunday School  11:00 a.m. Devotional  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Wed.,  7:30,  Bible Study  Fri.,   8 p.m.,   Young  People's  Service  Sat., 7:30," Prayer  Pencier Harbour Tabernacle  12c0ti a.m., Morning Service  7:30 pim., Wednesday Prayer  CHRISTIAN    SCIENTISTS  Church Services  and   Sunday   School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts   Creek  United Church  Glad Tidings /Tabernacle  Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.  11 a.m. Morning Worship  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service  Wednesday, 7 p.m.,  Bible Class  Friday, 8  p.m.  Rally  FOR   PEDESTRIANS  Pedestrians ��� don't get that  "run down" feeling. Walk with  sensible care in traffic for Safe  Driving  Week  and  every week.  A pedestrian's error doesn't  deserve the death sentence.  Watch for pedestrians as you  drive in Safe Driving Week, and  always.  " WANT AD RATES  Phone 886-2622  Legals ��� 17 cents per count  line for first insertion then 13c  per count line for consecutive  insertions.  Classified advertisements deadline 5 p.m. Tuesday.  Condensed style 3 cents word,  minimum 55 cents. Figures in  groups of five or less, initiate,  etc., count as one word. Additional insertions at half rate.  Minimum 30c.  Cards of Thanks, Engagements,  In Memoriams, Deaths and Births  up to 40 words $1 per insertion,  3c per word over 40.  Box numbers 25c extra.  Cash with order. A 25c charge  is made when billed.  CLASSIFIED DISPLAY  All advertising deviating from  regular classified style becomes  classified display and is charged  by the measured agate line -it  6c per line, minimum of 14 agate  lines.  NOTICE OF POLL  MUNICIPALITY OF GIBSONS LANDING, B.C.  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the  Municipality aforesaid that a poll has become necessary -at  the election now pending, and that I have granted such  poll; and, further, that the persons duly nominated as candidates at the said election,, for whom only votes will :be  received, are:  FOR COUNCILLOR  (Term of Office two years)  Surname                                             Address Occupation  ADAMS, Thomas Reginald             Gibsons Retired  FjLADAGER,Samuel                        Gibsons Merchant  PAY, Albert Henry                        Gifeons Retire-i  Such poll will be opened at the Municipal Hall on  the 8th day of Decemfber, 1960, between the hours of Eight  o'clock in the forenoon and Eight o'clock in the afternoon,  of "which every person is hereby required to take notice  and govern himself accordingly.  Given  under, my hand  this 28th day  of  November,  1960.  JULES A. MAINIL, Returning Officer. ;  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  Public notice is hereby given to the Electors' of fie Village  of Sechelt that at the close of Nominations for the offices  of two. Commissioners and one/School Trustee, at 12350  o'clock noon on the 28th day of November 1960, the following persons have notified me in accordance with the provisions of the "Municipal Act"., and the "Public Schools  Act" that they are candidates for election as: f  COMMISSIONERS  surname other* names abode    '      occupation  DAWE SAMUEL SECHELT RETIRED  HANSEN     LAURITZ >PETER      SECHETLT    TRANSFER-  .Operator Owner  PARKER      FRANK PIMLETT      SECHELT    MERCHANT  (2 to be elected for a two year term)  SCHOOL TRUSTEE  JOHNSON        LEO BRYON SECHELT GARAGE  Owner-Operator  (one to be elected for a two year term)  And further take notice, there being no other nomination  '. for the office of School Trustee, by virtue of the powers  vested in me as Returning Officer, I hereby declare the  above named Leo Bryon Johnson, to be elected by acclamation--to the office of School Trustee for the Corporation of  the Village of Sechelt, for the term of two years, commencing January 1st, ,1L"30.  And further take notice, that a poll has become recess Ty  at the Election now pending, to elect two Commissioners,  and that I have granted said poll.  Such poll will be opened at the Legion Hall. Sechelt, on the  8th day of December, 1960, between the hours of 8:00 a.m.  and 8:00 p.m. of which every person is hereby required to  take notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand  this 28th day  of November  1960.  E. T. RAYNER, Returning Officer. Coast  News,  Dec.   1,   1960.  A smart, new badge will soon  be worn by members of the Canadian Legion.  Approval of the design was obtained from Queen Elizabeth in  time to introduce it on the occasion of the Legion's 35th anniversary, to be marked this  month.  The badge is expected to be  ready for distribution to commands and branches about the  end of December.  Designed by__Lt.-Cmdr. Alan  Beddoe, OBE, Royal Canadian  Navy, retired, a Canadian heraldic expert, the . badge differs  in several ways from that used  by the Legion for the past 35  years.  The change in the name of  the British Empire Service League to the British Commonwealth Ex-Services League, and  the decision of the 1958 Dominion convention to name the veterans' organization simply The  Canadian Legion, resulted in the  need for; a change in,the badge.  The decision to discontinue the  reference to the league in the official title of the Legion meant  the space in the border of the  badge had to be utilized in some  other way.  While the outline and size of  the badge remain much the same  as the old one and the use of  the Royal Crown continues to  denote service of Legion members in the armed forces, the  border now carries th^ Latin  motto "Memoriam Eorum Retin-  ebimus," meaning We Will Remember Them."  A single red maple leaf on a  white background symbolizes  Canada, while three poppies under a scroll bearing the word  "Legion" give the traditional  meaning of the organization as  a veterans' association.  A   rabbit's nest  is   called  a  form.  vvW* V(%  &*y: '  is/--*-   '</'iS  ^/ryy>^  \wyy--*  '^s-  w  kj  i*i  MS  w@_  Buy stamps now  before the rush!  2 and 5 cent  stamps come in  handy dollar  packs.  ,Check,,.ypu.rv list  Mh -Qorcect.. ad -  dresses. Include  postal zone.-tfium-  ber where needed.  ����� -iTiei-byt-af *tQwn  and local mail in  . separate bundles.  " AttdcTfWst Office  '������ labels: ;Piit:i your  ���?-retOl-nvadd'ress Oh  . i 8tt;:eij^etopesi-"��.frr  fo-tA  ''%^p-Va>cels',well  and tie-With'-cdrd.'  Print the address.  Put return addreis  i "outside and'inside  J*he parcel.- Weigh ~<  ���a} tbe Post Off ice. ,  i i V  :.  ���''���' Mail'early. A Post  Office leaflet' will  be delivered to  your home with  .suggested mailing  dates.  Last date for local delivery  PO-60.1 B  ere is next summer's picnic table  Why wait your turn at  crowded parksite picnic tables  when . for very little trouble  you can build a table of your  own?  : Here is* a handsome fir plywood table which will blend  naturally with the sylvan surroundings of your weekend or  vacation retreat. And almost  all of it can be cut with ordinary hand tools from 4'x8'  panels of 3A"  plywood.  The member pieces should  be cut to size as indicated in  the diagram. Suppporting leg  pieces are in three sections.  You should assemble these by  spiking the legs to the top support and the horizontal support  to t'He legs. The top of the horizontal support should be 17:'  from the ground.  The supporting pieces are  then nailed or screwed to the  top, and the braces, which can  be of plywood or metal, are  fastened iri place. When you  secure the seats to the horizontal supports, make sure to  leave room for the family's  biggest eater!  Rain or  moisture  won't  af  fect  the bond with which  fir lowed by several coats of high  plywood -is   made.. Remember, gloss exterior enamel, will pro-  however, that plywood is real duce a finish that will  stand  wood. A good undercoating, fol- up to all weathers.  When in Vancouver, stay at  B.C.'S  NEWEST,  SMARTEST HOTEL  Planning a trip to Vancouver? It's smart to  stay at the Blackstone. Conveniently located  in. the heart of downtown Vancouver. Full  hotel services available for your comfort and  convenience. Wired music in every room.  Excellent food prepared by one of Canada's top  chefs featuring Italian and American dishes.  .* Modern, Comfortable Rooms  * Excellent Service  * Reasonable Rates  * 2 Modern Dining Rooms  * 2 Luxurious Lobbys  * Your Host, Morley Kyte  BLACKSTONE HOTEL  1176 Granville St., Van. 2, B.C.���Ph. MU 1-7541  9037-1  asf %'u/ATeaPiiobF.  Ct.UB FlR PLYU/QOO,  FREE PARKING AND FREE TV  THE NEW VAUXHALLS ARE HERE!  What wonderful news! And what wonders  await you with the arrival of VauxhalTs spanking new models. Famous five-passenger  Victors now sport a totally new wide-span  grille ��� a huge, roof-high wraparound rear  window, redesigned interiors, exciting new  colors and trim. More big news! For the very  first time Vauxhall's elegant, six-cylinder  Velox and Cresta offer the thrilling refinement of a lightweight Hydra-Matic automatic  transmission as an extra-cost option. See all  that's new in the feature-full Vauxhalls ���at  your nearest Vauxhall dealer's today.  4-Door accessibility  Vauxhall's 4 wide-opening  doors let passengers come and  go with ease and dignify ���  without disturbing .the driver.  m i  New visibility  New wraparound rear  window extends high into  roofline. Provides unexcelled  vision for driver an$  passengers.  Trunk space galore  Open wide and behold I  Vauxhall's extra spacious s  luggage compartment is big  enough for family vacation needs.  <^<^<^<^y^^<^  ,u*.- .�����. - -v, - ���jrt.'>f  Victor Estate Wagon  PLUS ALL THESE  NO-COST EXTRAS!  FIVE-PASSENGER COMFORT 0 EFFORTLESS RECIRCULATING BALL-RACE STEERING 0 LAMINATED GLASS WRAPAROUND WINDSHIELD 0 FRESH AIR HEATER & DEFROSTER 0 INTEGRAL BODY CONSTRUCTION 0 ECONOMY  CARBURETOR 0 RUSTPR00FING BODY DIP 0 OIL-BATH AIR CLEANER 0 LEVEL-RIDE SUSPENSION 0 HYDRAULIC-  ASSISTED CLUTCH 0 NON-STALLING ELECTRIC WIPERS  ��� ��� ���  Victor Standard.        VictorSuper Victor De Luxe   Victor Estate Wagon  Velox  Cresta  ���Suggested maximum retail delivered prices'with Oil-bath Air Cleaner, Heater and Defroster  and Anti-freeze at  WILSON   CREEK ' ���*..  where a%��licableCla?e%Ddd& Charges, Federal Sales and Excise Taxes. (Provincial and Local Taxes,  v-rcrc  IR0SH  WILSON CREEK  Phone 885-2111 This week's  SPREADS  FOR  BREADS  The oft - overlooked shortcut  to sandwich variety is the distinctive "spread." Simply start  with an easy-spreading food  like ibutter, margarine, cream  cheese or mayonnaise ��� dress  it up with seasonings, condiments, sauces and other unexpected ingredients, and you  lhave something special to perk  up your sandwich. Spices,  herbs, zesty cheeses, fruit  juices    sea-foods    and    nippy  sauces give a new look and a  new taste appeal to those plain  creamed spreads. Many of your  new concoctions en serve as  sandwich fillings, especially  for dainty, bite-size morsels.  But for heartier fare, use the  spread as a base, to protect the  bread and complement the  main sandwich filling.  Next time you "butter-up"  your bread slices or your rolls  for party or picnic sandwiches,  try some of these for new taste  treats:  Don't   say   Bread,   say   "McGAVIN'S"  tt::!��'*yffi.^#��:��^:>.3^^  Local Sales Rep. "'  Norman Stewart  Ph. 886-9515  R.R.I, Gibsons  Coast News,  Dec. 1,   1900.       7  HORSERADISH     SPREAD,  the perfect partner for a good  roast beef sandwich, made by  combining V_ cup soft butter,  one tablespoon, prepared horseradish, and Vs teaspoon salt���  makes  Vz cup.  AVOCADO SPREAD, good  company for cheese, fish or  meat, made by combining V.  cup mashed avocado, Vs teaspoon minced onion and one  teaspoon lernon juice ��� makes  ��l cup.  ORANGE BUTTER, to half  cup of butter or margarine,  add 2 teaspoons orange juice  and 3A teaspoon grated orange  rind.  LEMON HERB BUTTER, Vz  teaspoon ground basil, one tea-,  spoon minced parsley and one  tablespoon grated lemon rind,  to make Vz cup.  CURRY BUTTER, one teaspoon curry powder, Vz teaspoon salt and a few drops  onion juice, to make Vz cup.  DATE BUTTER, Vz cup finely chopped dales, and one teaspoon lemon juice, to make  one cup.  ANCHOVY-CHEESE  SPREAD, goes  well with fish  or  sliced   tomatoes,  made   by  combining     V_      cup     cream  cheese,  one   tablespoon  cream  and 2 teaspoons anchovy paste  ��� makes Vz cup.  MUSTARD SPREAD, for  meats and cheeses, made by  combining V4 cup soft butter,  one tablespoon prepared mustard, and one teaspoon dried  parsley ��� makes Vz cup.  CELERY-CHEESE SPREAD,  to be coupled with poultry or  meat, made by combining one,  t^ree ounce package cream  cheese, 2 tablespoons soft butter, Vz teaspoon onion juice, 2  teaspoons cream, V. teaspoon  dry mustard, and Vz teaspoon  celery salt ��� makes 3A cup.  SARDINE SPREAD, to be  paired with fresh vegetables  or hard cooked eggs, made by  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  tp clean your watch  and jewelry  Chris* Jewelers  MAIL ORDERS  GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION  Ph.  Sechelt 885-2151  combining V. cup flaked sardines, Wz tablespoons soft butter, Vz teaspoon lemon juice,  Vz teaspoon Worcestershire  sauce and Vz teaspoon prepared mustard ��� makes  V_  cup  SNAKESKIN  DRUMS  Tribesmen of New Guinea  value the flesh of the python  as food and the snake's skin  as material for drumheads.  Kinsmen Club of Gibsons  present their annual  School Hall  $6 per couple   ���   DANCING FROM 10 p.m. to ?  BUFFET SUPPER ��� PRIZES  ��� NOVELTIES  FOUR SHARPS from the  COCONUT GR0��E  ,.   and a Special Attraction  TICKETS FROM ANY KINSMEN  Charlie at Gibsons Shell Service or Rons Shoe Repairing  delight  electrical gifts!  For attractive answers to all y��ur  gift-buying problems - shop at your, electric  appliance dealer's. You'll find the ideal  gift for everyone - at the ideal price for you - in  today's big selection of better-giving,  better-living appliances!  GIVE AN ELECTRIC DRILL  now -  and  choose later from dozens of attachments  to help your hubby enjoy his hobby!  AUTOMATIC   BLANKETS   offer   cozy  warmth on the coldest nights. Separate.  His 'n Hers heat controls available, too!  AN AUTOMATIC TOASTER makes  toast light and tender or dark and crisp;  ready in seconds  this modern  way!  electric shavers means faster,  closer shaves for any man. Adjustable  models   suit   Junior   or   Grandpa!  4see them all at your appliance dealer's now  B.C. ELECTRIC  John Wood Hardware  Gibsons, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-2331  iter's Radio  SechcU. B.C: ��� Ph. 885 9777  bsons Hardware  Gibsons, B.C. ��� Ph. 8S6-2422  SI  rs Ha  Sechelt, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-9713  Gibsons, B.C. ��� Ph. 886 9325  Sochalt, B.C.  F;i. SS5 2171 8       Coast News,  Dec   1,   1960.  JACK PREUSS ��� Ph. 886-2460  Our winter plumbing specials will save you money  See us for plumbing contracts and repairs  OUR NEW BRUCIi i  at Madeira Park ��� Ph. TU 3-2424  is operating at  Larsen's Resort  FOR YOUR PLUMBING SEE OUR STOCK  Jack Preuss PSumbing  POLLINC STATIONS  HOSPITAL PLEBISCITE  DEC. 12th, 1960  EGMONT  GARDEN BAY  MADEIRA PARK  HALFMOON BAY  SECHELT  WILSON CREEK  ROBERTS CREEK  GIBSONS  HOPKINS  LANDING  GAMBIER ISLAND  PORT MELLON  Dunlop's Store  Community Club Hall  Canadian Legion Hall  Rutherford's Store  Canadian Legion Hall  Community Hall  Canadian Legion Hall  United Church Basement  Community Hall  Army, Navy & Airforce  Veterans' Hall  Community Hall  December 1 to 10  ���  mm  24-NECE  TRUCK TERMINAL  Complete set, with  trucks, -vans,  freight and all  hands.  Reg. 10.98.  "LITTLE  PRINCESS'  "   DCLL  Re***.   10.95 ���  A 28" beauty  to dsfight any  little girl. Saran  h ai r, sleeping  eyes, curly lashes. Beautifully  dressed. Movable arms and-  legs.  LAZY  SUZAN  SA  . e^.  Chrome base, 5 sparkling glass  dip dishes. Covered centre dish.  Revolving base.  MUSICAL  SSWIK3.  .BASKET  >-i *$&  n=*3. C.CZ���Waltz tune. Plays  v.I-.sn lid is lifted. Padded in-  sicc, v;!:!;cr case. Includes  sewing kit.  STEAK & CARVING  SET  A gift far the home.   6 steak knives,  3 pc. carving set, all stain- wV-Jk<9  less steel, plastic handles  Reg. 9.50 i ._  7  POP-UP TOASTER  Reg. 15;95 --Chrome  finish. Removable  crumb tray; Color selector. Thermostat.controi  3-LENS TURRET  MOVIE CAMERA  54��  I.?-. ��4.90 ��� Pistuf grip  \r.z   "2, 1.8 normal, wide  ai-.d tcjephcto lens, built-in filters.   5 speeds.  CLOCK  Reg. 4.98  Has    jewelled    movement,    luminous]  hands.      Folds    into    compact    case  covered in simulated leather.  ft  Sechelt, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-2171  SECHELT  By Orv Moscrip  Ken McKenzie's 5 Pin BowJ-  ing Clinic conducted a wonderful demonstration of bowling on  Sunday afternoon. After the demonstration every bowler had the  opportunity for individual instruction from these top Vancouver bowlers. The boys then  bowled a match game. Ken McKenzie 707, Ray Bryant 716, Ernie Wray  870,   Ab Hines 906.  Dick Gray in the Ten Pin  League boosted his average  again with a 569, including two  stars, 200 and 202. Pelle Poulsen  also had a star 203.  League scores:  Ladies League: May Fleming  613, Rosa Swan 255.  Pender: Al Martin 750, Ev  Klein   692  (253).  Late Want Ads  AUTOS  FOR  SALE  '54 Monarch, 4 door sedan, standard shift, good rubber. Can be  seen at Shell Garage, Gibsons or  phone TU 4-5227. $300 cash.  Peninsula Commercial: Frank  Newton 659, Roma Schutz 638.  Sports Club: Howard Carter  644,  Dorothy Smith 573.    ���'.���'."  Ball and Chain: Eleanor Carter  560, George  Flay 739   (306).  Pee Wee League: Kirsten Jorgensen 264, Susan Reid 137, Rav  Moscrip 301, Peter Yates 193.  High School League: Rick Kennett 327, Bob Miakawa 231, Maureen McKissock 270, Caraiec- John  son 161.  WANT AI2S ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  1952 Vanguard   Standard  sedan.-  2   unused   Goodyear   Ultra-Grip  tires  6.40 x  13 and chains. Ph.  885-9975. Reasonable offer will be,  accepted.  '49 Ford panel truck. Ph. 885-9333  '41   Dodge,   running,  $35,  as is..  Phone  886-9891.  1950   Austin,   $100   cash.   Phone  886-2632.  Top Trade In on a  lew Electrolnx  Ph. 885-9327.  T. SINCLAIR  Sechelt B.C.  E &  M BOWLADROME  By Ed Connor  High team of the week was  the Smoke Eaters of Gibsons  Mixed A with 2926 (1091). Mary  Solnik topped the Ladies with a  high of 723 (293, 243)  League Scores:  Gibsons Mixed B: Ron Oram  286, John LeGros 680, B. Skellett 538.  Ladies Wed: Helen Clark 655  (315).  Commercials: Jim Drummond  593, Inez Hendrickson 240, Ev  Berdahl  240.  Merchants: Bob Hagelund 237,  John LeGros 229, Harold Ennis  229, Lottie Campbell 219.  Gibsons Mixed A: Maw Solnik  723   (293)   Ed   Connor   617.   Ike.  Mason 296, Don Hoops  296, Len  Pilling 294, Bill Morrison (spare)  644  (312).  Teachers High: Doreen Crosbv  C76 (245) Frank Hicks 646, Gene  Yablonski 273.  Men's League: Ron Godfrey  650 (289), Ray Benoit 281; Bob  Wilson   271.  Ball and Chain: Lynn Robson  738 (277) Gladys Legh, 638, Elsie Emery 285.  High School: Winston Robinson 218, Dal Crosby 212, Penny  Feeney 199.  PORT MELLON  By Ray Whiting  Port Mellon League was led  by Goof Balls with 2683 (1019).  Pierre Comeau 618, Adrien  Plourde 607 (238) and Ernie  Preiss 292 led the men and Evelyn Shadwell 622 (255) led the  ladies.  ROBERTS CREEK  Mr. Ron Hughes sr., was taken to Vancouver last week and  is in St. Paul's Hospital awaiting surgery.  Annual Meeting  Mt. Elphinstone Ski Club  Parish Half - DEC. 5  8 p.m.  NEW MEMBERS WELCOME  TURKEY DINNER  DINNER AND SUPPER HOURS  DUTCH BOY ��bson��  HIBAUWITU  BLACK BALC  fo and from  VANCOUVER ISLAND  SECHELT PENINSULA  POWELL RIVER  fash frequent ferry Service Every Doy  Reservations NOT Needed  TOPS for convenience���  TOPS for space���TOPS for speed  Follow The Black Ball Flag!  BLACK BALL  Appliations are invited for, the position of part-time stenographer at the office of the Supervisor of Elementary Grades and  at the Gibsons Landing Elementary School.  Apply to the undersigned on or before December 16th givin?  particulars regarding qualifications and experience. Duties  will commence when school re-opens after the Christmas vacation.  Further particulars regarding hours of work, duties, etc. may  be obtained on application to the School Board Office.  The Board of School Trustees,  School District No. 46 (Sechelt),  1 Lovely Christmas Gifts  1 for HER...  CAR COATS  .COATS  HATS  BLOUSES  DRESSES  SLACKS  HOUSECOATS  CARDIGANS  PULLOVERS   -M  | H.   BiSnOP Ladies Wear & Millinery  1   OPEN FRIDAYS 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ��� Ph. 885-2002 1  W ��� _s  W - 3g  *5  SEE OR CALL US  FOR  YOUR TIRE  REQUIREMENTS  Shell Service  Charlie & Terry  Fill. 886-2572  SECHELT LOCKERS  PHONE 885-2012  Buy Your Xmas Turkey  NOW & SA VE  All Sizes 55c lb.  Sides of BEEF  Money back guarantee on all ordters  Sides of BABY REEF  lb.  51��  47  Ib.  FROZEN  PIES  BEEF,  TURKEY,  CHICKEN  for  89c  FRYERS ;-v 43cIb  Call  Budd Kiewitz  Gibsons-to Selma Park, Port Mellon and Area

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