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Array Provincial Libra  Victoria. B. C,  c:jUST FINE^odD   '  .___      ,_ _    __,  ,r        t l  danny^S' 1;'  5     DINING ROOM  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-981 "5  '    "... SERVING   THE   GROWING  SUNSHINE   COAST  hj * _ *  Published' in  Gibsons,   B.C.,-     Volume 15,  Number; 41, October 26, 1961  7c per copy  A Complete Line  '"-of Men's Clothing.  Marine Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.  886-2116   ��������� Gibsons.   B.C.  185 for  < ���> -  teachers  One hundred eighty five .teachers and guests'have registered  for , tthe Sechelt:Powell River  Teachers Convention, to be held,  in Sechelt, Friday and Saturday,  October .27 and 28. -      -      -  One of the interesting features  of the event will be,the displays,  of variQus. publishers and school  equipment suppliers. .Many  schools are contributing very-  fine display's of classroom work-  in every field of endeavour.  There has been a change of  speaker in the Primary section:  Miss Elizabeth MacKay, an expert in the Cuisenaire method of  teaching arithmetic will replace  Mrs. Burkitt, who was called  out .of town.  Sechelt Kinsmen will assist  with the Friday evening entertainment, which will be a Klondike Night in the- Sechelt Legion  Hall. This affair is not open to  the public.    *  Convention timetable is as follows:  Friday, October 27:  9-9:30:   Coffee and registration  9:30-10   Official    Welcome   by  Mrs.  Chris Johnston,   chairman,  Sechelt Village Council.  1042:30   Section   Meetings  12:30-1 Box Lunch.  1-4 Continued section meetings.  4-18 Free time to see displays,  find accommodation,  etc.  8-? ?   Klondike    Night.  Saturday, October 28:  9-10   Mr.    Charles   Ovans    on  BCTF  affairs.  10-10:20 Coffee break.  :������!���   10:20-12:30 Lecture and   dem-  . onstration by Al Cartier "Teaching* Machines."  *f 12:30-1 Break. ���k  1   ��;m.,   Luncheon   at.Legion_  Hall with Mr. G. E. Jqhns<rtirdi$y_  ^rtct~ynpertntca.cnty^ii��iifc-TBi  for go  ' ip.  dAREY CROFT  .. This year's Canada Savings  Bonds Howe Sound payroll deduction plan chairman. Canada  VSavings Bonds or CSBs as they  ���are known have been available  Ito the public for, the .'last 15  years and sales in that" time  Shave . exceeded the:' 10 billion  ���dollar mark. The' bond . this  .year,- guaranteed by. the-federal  government pay's' 4.6 percent if  hel'd for ten years. These bonds  are redeemable at face value  plus accrued interest at any  time.  Find swan  A heavy turnout of Hospital Society members is expected  at the special general meeting to lie held on Sunday, Oct. 29.  Due to the fact the society membership now exceeds 1200, this  meeting is to be held in two locations, Kieindale High School  at 11 a.m. and Elphinstone High School at 3:30 p.m-  St. Mary's Hospital Society mepibers only will attend and  vote on the motion which comprise, the business of the meeting. This motion, put forward by a^roup of residents' from the  Pender Harbour area, seeks to postpone further work on the  hot pital. . j  All society members must be aware of the importance or  this meeting. If the new hospital is to be built, this motion must-  be defeated. ,;  For some years, the existing hospital has operated at 100  percent of its capacity despite the fact that the BCHIS recommends that hospitals; operate at only 75 percent of capacity in  order to use facilities most efficiently. In addition, many more  residents have been hospitalized in other hospitals instead of  in the one which is supposed to serve them.  Society members in all sections of the Egmbnt-Port Mellon  area are, therefore, urged to attend the meeting on Sunday. At  this time, they will be able to hear both sides of the question  and express their views. A new, centrally-located hospital to  replace the existing is inevitable. If present planning is allowed to continue, the new hospital will be a reality in the next  year and a half. A postponement would cause many years delay.. .  Five teenagers^ <M5Mto^n.d#a  wounded whistling' ��w��h af Roberts Creek' bVonung* grounds  They took it to tifrrs. Poole's at  the wharf and it is now in the  care of Mrs. Lissaman.  - The wounded bird .was brown  in color and; the size .of a large  gooSe. ?Some%   suggest   it   is   a  Payne delayed  ' Owing to circumstances involving federal government business, W. H. Payne, Coast-Cap-  ilano Conservative member in  parliament will not speak before  Sechelt's Board of Trade until  Wed., Nov. 8.  He was to have addressed the  meeting on Wed., Oct. 25 but a  week's postponement was found  necessary to allow Mr. Payne  to' attend other matters. All  speaking engagements for the  Week were unavoidably postponed.  Unicef aides  Will knock  Gower Point residents are prepared for Hallowe'en .because  the Frank aWest family   will be  to  census  COme Car pool!  re  ^ letter replying to a census  complaint   covering the  munici-  ality of Gibsons from the Do-  rjiihion Bureau of Statistics in  Ottawa, informed Gibsons council i Tuesday night the matter will  be investigated.  The   letter   explained .no mistake had been ^riade   in census  records in  Ottawa.  However in  \jiejv of the complaint the Ottawa', bureau will ask R. M. Kin-  cade,   regional   statistics   officer  m Vancouver  "to  make a field  investigation to determine  whether there is any possibility that  any. persons were missedyin .the  census enumeration."  The letter adds that the bureau  ter receiving  the investigation  i].ort   will  again   communicate  th council.  "$erk   Jules  'ftla&nil  Reported  er.  7Z*��~-.you-ft MHU-tai.in its baby fea-    on the, grawL bnkbehalf, of UNI kiW   -'"����*��; !^i��__  ^r^ktherstrfgiT~ ~   T^^^tHe^grgarirzatroh- which*���*.*_* ��J"**_.�����J���****  mationA  Accounts totalling $1,848.63  were ordered paid with $1,522.43  going to road wo*, $206.20 general and $_2t fear fire purposes.  Building permits were issued  for one new home and two additions for a total va_ue of $8,500.  One was issued fo Mrs. Lee  Macey of. Port Hellon for a  $4,500 guest Inase on Georgia  View subdivision. A second was  issued to John B. Roy for a $3000  addition at Fletcher and Martin  roads. A third went foW.D. and  J. E. Scott for a recreation room  addition to cost fljMt.  Councillor   Fladager   reported  Gibsons   merchants   are   going;  ahead with the Christmas street  lighting   with funds now   being/  collected   for   the    installation.  The total cost wffl ran to about  Sechelt and Gibsons Kinsmen  clubs held a joint meeting in the  Peninsula Hotel on Oct. 17 with  Ed Rehnie of Sechelt Club in the  chair. Plans were laid for the  teenage dance in Sechelt on Hallowe'en.  It was.agreed.that the Sechelt  club, form a car pool to drive  anyone down to Gibsons on Sunday, Oct. 29 to vote on the hos-��� ���  pital motion. After the business  meeting, games were - arranged  by: Sechelt Kinettes. A*  CNIB in  fund drive  The area branch of ythe Canadian National Institute for the  Blind is holding its annual drive  for funds and canvassers will  be calling oh householders and  businessmen of the area during  the next few'weeks.  Public response has been excellent in the past and it is hpp-  edthat this record can be maintained. F u n d s contributed  through the local branch go towards -maintenance of: services  to the blind throughout ythe province and within bur own district there are some .15 persohs  registered and receiving benefits  to some degree from = the national organization.    ���  Mr. Ted Henniker, chairman of  the branch and .Mrs. W. Duncan,  campaign chairman are the persons to contact -in Gibsons if the  canvassers * miss you on their,  calls. Mrs. Stockwell or Mrs. .T.'  Lamb in Sechelt will be pleased  to attend to any donations , in  that area.     y  stage  Two white whistling swans paid  their annual visit fo'the grounds  of Norman Hough on Pratt road  . JFor several years these birds  have visited him where Ithey  have been" fed grains.  They remain around the area  for two or three days then fly  off. There have been other reports of whistling .swans in this  area .but only/one is reported to  have been shot at. There is a  heavy penalty facing any person caught shooting these rare  birds. \  Two were seen in the bay area  of Gibsons Monday morning and  they were kept under observation by the RCMP for a while.  From Halfmoon Bay comes  word that Mr. and Mrs. Owen  Edmunds who reside at Northwest yBay, looked out of ^heir  window on a recent morning and  saw four white - swans 'alight on  the water. They spent a few  days resting and feeding and  then headed south.  helps   under-privileged .children  in many  parts, of the world.'  These youngsters have taken  part in this venture for the last  two or three years and have collected sums which have been  sent to UNICEF after each Hallowe'en prowl.  Guides and Brownies of Gibsons and Roberts Creek will also  be collecting. Last year the combined total of all sources collecting on Hallowe'en for this  fund was $173.61 which went to  UNICEF. It is hoped that this  year's response will be heavier  than any previous year.  Sechelt Kinsmen will again  put on a teenage dance on Hallowe'en in the Legion hall, Sechelt. With the help of teenagers  it is hoped to have the hall decorated in the Hallowe'en theme.  The dance v will start at 8:30 and  last uritil'Hl:30 p;m. All teenagers are welcome. Hot dogs and  soft drinks will be served'by the  Kinettes. Everything is free so a  good turnout is expected.  lift  Heed uniforms  '   Uniforms for Girl Guides   and>  Brownies are  needed so If you"  have any part or complete uniforms    available    and     unused,  please telephone Mrs! W. Karateew at 886-9826.  If you are in need of either  Guide or Brownie "uniforms you  can also" phone Mrs: Karateew  an<J che will do what she can to  see thekumised uniforms reach  those   that' need them.  This arrangement is the result of a meeting of a Parent  committeey,. to , Gibsons Gi;tl  Guides and Brownies recently  when the problem of : uniforms  was discussed. So if you have  any uniforms of parts stowed,  away, get them'., out and phone  886-9826.  . ITEMS  LEFT yt)tJT  Installation of. new * machinery  and the resulting upset the move  has created has forced some  news items to be left over'until  next week's issue. All one can  say is: Sorry for the inconvenience.  Bazaar on  Saturday  Sat., Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. will  find all roads leading' to Gibsons school-.-.hall forythe Rebekah fall tea {and bazaar. ;;  There will be the usual stalls  including a Kiddies Korner with  special interest for the children.  Free transportation wiil be provided from the Post Office at  2, 2:30 and .3 p.m. Do come,  bring your friends and -have a  good cup of tea  In charge df the Vjariqus departments are Airs. Frank Hicks  and Mrs. W. Hutehins, home  cooking; Mrs. C. Chamberlin and  Mrs; B. Wray, candy; Mrs. E.  Peterson "and Mrs: I. iPeterson,  Kiddie! Korner... -Others, on stalls  will be Mrs. Gf Begg. Mrs.: M.  Osborqe, Mrs. W. * Duncan and  Mrs. H. Whiteside. Mrs. A. Rees,  Mrs. Keen and Mrs. F. Robertson will convene the-tea. Mrs.  E. Lee is in charge of the sale  of tickets. Mrs. F. French and  Mrs. M. Strom, publicity. Receiving .the- guests _will be Mrs.  A. E. Ritcfieyl Mrskl); Livingstone wijl open the bazaar. Mr&,  S. W. Burt is general convenor;,  and in charge of transportation.  NEWSPRINT MULL  ".- Work has started on a newsprint mill at Whitecourt on  October 12 for Alberta West  Newsprint. Mills Ltd. The' $30  million mill was designed by  the Fer'guson Company, a division of MorrisbnrKinudsen  Company . Inc.   .A  ..''���������'��� i - ..   "  It happened  13 years ago  The following letter was sent  to the" Hopkins Landing General  Store by air: mail from an indi-:  vidua! who gave as his addres?,  British Columbia House in London,   England.  Here As the   let-  1 ter:   ..-..;'  "I am writing this letter to  you today to repay the- price: of  a small item which I shoplifted  from your "store in '������ about the  year 1948, during the summertime, -v'  '���''��� k'-k-k k'.k       ���'���'���������''������' ������'  . "ft was.a package of chewing  gum t am almost 'certain and I  was about 15 years of age at the  t time. However it has been".;ori" my  i conscience' ever since Aso I enclose :.'a'.' booklet of. Canadian  stamps whichy I hope will cover/  the  cost,  the   initial value  plui  ���interest."'-, ��� ���. ���.,;.-... ;���  ���>: The letter was signed but th<  name will not be mentioned fo,  reasons which should be obvious  in the census. (The Coast News  request fpr omitted names resulted In 36 ibeiing turned in.) Council tabled the letter to. await the  result  of  the   investigation.  A letter from Gibsons Recreation committee was passed to  Councillor Fladager to check for  further and more  definite infor-  Donation   (or  hospital plumbing  [St.;- Mary's   Hospital Auxiliary  Gibsons  Branch, held its   Octo-  b|r meeting at the home of Mrs.  Macdonald on Glen Road,  rs. L. Inglis spoke about the  S"3_pital    Auxiliaries'   , Regional  eetirig, at the Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver.  JA donation of $150 was mads  recently to the plumbing improvement fund for the hospital.  JThe new project of this group  i^ to place boxes of mystery paresis in some of the local stores.  These parcels will be sold at  various prices.  (Members can turn in their  mystery parcels at the November meeting or to Mrs. Wallis  at Welcome Cafe.  !The next meeting will be held  at the home of Mrs. David FyJes  oh Point Road, Hopkins, on Nov.  9 at  8 p.m.  New members are  .always" welcome.  -*9f9je^ "uOMUl  ;, A^upainting of Prime Minister ;  John    Diefenbakef   which   ,wa��.  ������, painted by. a Gibsdnite was "pre-*  ; serited to the prime minister during  the   annual meeting   of the}  power   used   daring tte period  the Ihjiits wiD be h  1msm^^mSettu- ^r��^^Mtmiwi*aliti��^ at^--  4-H  is prais  ub  At ihe JBarmenf .natfitnte meet  ing Oct. 6, ine-iibexs heard a  first hand account of the operations of the 4-H Calf club from  Mr. Norman Hough-  Since taking over sponsorship  of this club almost a year ago,  the institute has been interested in junior work and Mr.  Hough's presentation of the  year's activities of the boys and  girls outlined how they cared  for their animals and also the  high degree of interest the parents took in their activities.  The recent visit of members  to Cloverdale where they met  and competed with members of  other districts resulted in a  broadening af their outlook and  has encouraged a greater confidence in their wort  The appreciation of institute  members for Mr. Hough's efforts with the club resulted in  his being; congratulated with the  hope that the 4-H members win  continue to have success as well  as .pleasure in their operations.  Vernon : recently.  .The painting.,the work of Wesley  B.   Hodgson, a  member   of:.  Gibsons, municipal 'council,   was;,  three-quarters life "size and conveyed  to Vernon by Mrk Hodgson   who hoped  to   qiii.etlyy present  it   to  the  prime   minister.  Mr.  Hodgson  was one   of three1  delegates   from   Gibsons   to   attend the annual  convention, the-  others ibeing   Chairman  'A.   E.  Ritchey and Councillor Sam Fladager.  Word of the fact Mr. Hodgson  had the portrait for the prime,  minister reached the executive  of the municipal organization so  at the dinner at. which Mr. Dief-  enbaker spoke, Mr. Hodgson-  was called to the head table to  make , the   presentation.  The prime minister was quite  pleased with the portrait and not  only offered his thanks personally but later sent a personal  letter to Mr. Hodgson again-  thanking-him for the portrait  which  he thought was excellent.  ���The only fire that is out  is  the one that is dead out.  workers  convention  Llords Puppets are to appear  in Gibsons as" one of Overture  Concerts events of the season.  You can get your season tickets  now.  Pulp  hold  Western Canada . council of  Pulp and Paper M3I unions representing 7,000 pulp and paper  workers decided in convention  Friday and Saturday at the Ritz  Hotel they would request the  Pulp and Sarphafe union and the  Paper Makers tanan to establish  a joint education office in western Canada.  . Council _riH atEso extend its  efforts to estaBfi-ft a national  council of puh? and paver mill  unions. They w_S ate conduct  amongst the aflEGa-ed unions a  vote 00 unclear aamts for Canada.  Officers elected for 1961 and  1962 were JL MacPftee. president, Piinoe Rupert; P. Barton,  vice - president. Bamalfy; G.  Pempeon, secretary - treasurer,  Ocean Falls; executive officers,  W. Msilick. Powell Rreer and L.  Rowlands, Pdrt jUherai.  Scout council  annual meeting  Mt. Elphinstone District Council, Boy Scouts association annual meeting will be held Thursday evening, 8 p.m. in Gibsons  Legion Hall on Sunshine Coast  Highway.  At this meeting there will be  a slate of officers elected includ.  ing a president, two vice-presidents, secretary and treasurer.  A district commissioner will be  appointed along with other officials.  Reports will be presented by  council officers and the past  year's activities and problems  will be analyzed.  Guardian visits  The grand guardian and grand  associate guardian of British  Columbia visited Bethel 28 International Order of Job's  Daughters on Wed., Oct. 18. This  visit was part of the guardian's  tour of all B.C. Bethels.  A well-attended meeting and  initiation was presided over by  honored queen pro-tem Kathy  Toynbee, as Honored Queen Anne  Lang was ill. The new initiates  were Edna Naylor of Roberts  Creek, and Arlene Mason of Gibsons. Refreshments followed. 2       Coast. News,  Oct.  26,   1961-  ,  Life's i>cu$&e Moment  A WEBSTER CLASSIC  By ERIC THOMSON  One day we were over the hills  to Aberfeldy, some ^0 miles  north of Perth, by bus. The .heather was still in full bloom and  we had a sunny day. Burns wrote  about the Birks of. Aberfeldy.  There weren't any and there  aren't any, but the name has  been given to a wooded- glen,  now a park, at the entrance to  the town but the trees are beeches  not birches.  As' we climbed up the Sma1  Glen on' our way to Aberfeldy,  we,could traceiliere and there on  the hillsides the course of the  road built by General Wade in  1725 from Perth to Inverness and  to two of the worst thunder-  ' storms that Scotland has had for  many years: The. lights went ori  andy off, r as ', theA pylons were  struck, for several hours; very  home-like. yonlyy>thei : interruptions were   shorter.    . A  We visited Loch Katrine dur-.  ing our stay and took-the ordinary Saturday ,busiy>to;. a point  some 'miles doWn kqn#'j side of  the loch. We should have^walk-  ed three miles back to our end,  but throughSa misunderstanding,  walked the other way to tiu  steamer landing at the far end,  ten miles In' three khoiirs. The  road was a private water board  road,  for Loch Katrine Supplies  beyond. This road was made by    GJasgow  with water   and   there  Wxt (Boast JCeuis  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher.  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd., P.O.  Box 128, Gibsons, B.C., and authorized as second class mail and for  payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau  of  Circulation, Canadian  Weekly  News-  eper   Association,  B.C.   Weekly  Newspaper   Association  and  B.C  eekly   Newspapers  Advertising  Bureau,  608-1112   W.- Pender  St.,  sncouver, B.C.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  English soldiers w ith pick and  shovel. Itywas at best a: gravel  road just wide enough for one  cart, but before it was built,'no  wheeled vehicle could be used, in  the northern half of Scotland  and journeys were made on- foot  or on horse or by sea.  This old road has long been  abandoned or cevered by the  modern road, and in many places all that shows is a double rut  in the heather or a narrow stone  was no traffic and only two  farms. The road passedythrough  evergreen plantations > and heather slopes, and the tops of the  hills were shrouded in mist. We  made the distance in nice time  to catch the steamer, but .both  of us had to get new! heels on.  our shoes when we came to Glasgow. Altogether, it was worth it.  This has been partly written  on the Queen Mary II on a trip  down the Clyde front the Broom-  bridge  over  a   burn.   This road   ]flavi. to^h na Bruaich. When  was  used  by  the   soldiers;   The    the big Queen Mary was named  Highlanders, for spite, walked on  the heather alongside. k  Another day we took the morning bus to Pittoebry, about 40  miles north ...of. Perth. There is  a hydro-electric plant there turning out 15,000 hp., one of a series  using the same water over some  30  it was found that this .Clyde  steamer already had the name  and on the Queen Mary II there  is a brass place inscribed with  the thanks of the Cunard Company: to the owners of the Queen  Mary II for allowing the name  to be transferred to the big sister.  We saw our own ship,  the  miles.  The  plant  covers   the    Laurentiaj   wait_ng for us down  former Falls of Tummel, and the  the  river.  hydro board has installed a dam yesterday we went on a trip up  and generating station which has Loch Lomond, thence by bus  indeed added to the amenity of  *__-.a_M_rl ��**.'_��   U_-*_-*��*_4.��*l   ��#_*,*_*. JE     ,   a  ���     , l"e *menuJi,w    across   a    two-mile   isthmus   to  Sunday s hospital vote     sffi^SE&KSs ^^*"-* ~  Add up the number of columns the Coast News has filled to explain the hospital situation in this area, including opposing argument from a segment at Pender Harbour, number the meetings which  have been held to give first-hand explanations, then read and ponder  on the following:  "At last the people of Pender Harbour area are to have  their chance to express their views on our tangled hospital  situation ��� and perhaps "more importantly they'll have the  opportunity to vote their convictions."  The heading over this reads "The 29th is the day ��� You'll have  your say." It was mailed from Garden Bay, where the present hospital is situated and to a fair-sized mailing list. It went on to explain  where and when two meetings for voting purposes would be held  next Sunday.  As far as the Coast News is concerned this move "to express  views on the tangled hospital situation" is one of deliberate self-  jnanufacture aind if there is any tangled situation it is in the minds  ��f a small minority in Pender Harbour region.  AEver since the result ~of the plebiscite which showed 85 percentrof  the voters in favor of forming a hospital improvement district, which  the Coast .News supported fully and still does, nothing has arisen in  developments leading towards construction of a hospital to make the  Coast News change its mind. It has, as it has done for the last seven  years, worked for,the betterment of all facilities and attitudes in this  finest of all areas in which to live.  So residents of this hospital improvement (district remember, you  too will be able to vote next Sunday according to your convictions.  around it and a fish ladder which  at one place is glassed in. so that  the fish can be seen, and there  is also an electronic counter  which can distinguish between' a  salmon and a trout. AA  The public are not allowed ;ii  the turbine room, but otherwise  have complete freedom to; see  how things work, and there aire  notices   at    appropriate    places  steamer down Loch Long. It was  a nice sunny day and Loch Lomond looked exactly like the  paintings of it. Across Loch Long  from Arrochar, the steamer  landing, was'the hill called the  "Cobbler" of which we have a  painting over our mantlepiece at  home.  The incoming paddle  steamer,  loaded with trippers, made three  giving history and explanations,    unsuccessful attempts   to   reach  and a higmap;of ttie whole ;��pn-    the pier, just as bad as anything  tlaat.. tbe old Union Steamships  could do up Howe Sound on an  off day.  On our way home we had a distant glimpse of the U.S. nuclear  erating area, from which it is  clear that the, Scots squeeze Jhe  last watt out of that watter.I  In  the afternoon we wentf to  the   Pittoebry   Festival ; Theatre  and saw an excellent play, Mary    submarine base in the Holy Loch  Rose, by Barrie This theatre was  started about 15 years ago by a  Mr. Stewart, now deceased, ^of  Pittoebry. It was first in a large  tent but is now- in -a permanent  building, which ;f was built ��i6.ver.  the tent, and it now includes: all  the conveniences of a really, modern theatre, plus a tea :room in  a beautiful garden, where a yel- mn���A __, /-.-ko^o ���������..���.>�����-  low tomcat engagingly panhan- ^ilvak^eS^o^fpT^r  hi_��  on  mat,n��0   nftamnnn0  fnr    a lease of the following describ  LAND   ACT  NOTICE OF   INTENTION TO  r-.f  jAjPPLY TQ LEASE LAND  : In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate in the village of Gibsons.  Take  notice  that R. H. Ham-  A rose is a rose. etc.  A news story from Ottawa reveals a resolution to have employees  ��f the government of Canada described as such rather than civil  servants.  The Civil Service association's Ottawa-Hull local representing  12,000 civil servants approved the resolution.  If it will really improve internal and external relationships between the civil service, their employers, the government and the populace which supplies taxes to pay salaries, such a move could be  worthwhile.  However in view of past experience in the changing of names,  one can wonder why such changes are made. Saskatchewan's CCF  government some years ago changed the name "night schools" to  ���"lighted classrooms" without there being any noticeable resulting difference in such education. Many other such, name changes have occurred without anything else happening.  Gertrude Stein's unusual type of writing which contained such  phrases as a rose is a rose is a rose might have been,a form of  protest against change for the sake of change. In her era of writing  she was looked upon by many as being a weird one. Maybe she  peered into the future more than one suspected.  If the civil service rose will smell any sweeter for being called  the '^employees of the government" rose maybe the name should  S>e changed but is there any hope the change will have any such  iresnlt?  The trend today is to try and bury the past but like Banquo's  ghost, which bothered Macbeth somewhat, it will also hover over  the actions and deliberations of the "employees of the government."  dies on matinee afternoons for  saucers of milk.  This undertaking started with  great enthusiasm, but as the  years passed and the novelty of  it wore off, the operators and  Mr. Stewart were faced with difficulties much the same as grew  up with our "Theatre Under the  Stars." What has happened at  Pittoebry is that. the management has now decided to run; a  relatively simple program and  raise its own talent. People come  by car from 50 to 60 miles to sie  a play and have lunch or supper  at the theatre, as one of the highlights of a visit to Scotland.    J  From Perth we went. to Cal-  lender for a few days. This is  quite a small village at the entrance to the Trossachs. and Is  the overnight stopping place far  many of the long-distance tours.  The Saturday and Sunday nights  we were there, we were, treated  LAND   ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO|  APPLY   TO  PURCHASE   LAI  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on tie  Westerly shore of Thornborough  Channel   fronting   Lots  1   to 8, .,    _    _    __.  . _.       , ���.  and the North Half oi Lot 9, 61    payable to the Minister of Fi-  Lot 1482, Group 1, New Westmin-  mance, in the sum of five per-  r  The Corporation of the Village of Gibsons Landing  COURT OF REVISION  Voters' List  TAKE NOTICE that copies of the Provisional Municipal Voters' List, 1961. will be posted at the Notice Board,  Church corner, and at the Municipal Hall; and further take  notice that a Court of Revision, to, revise and correct the  said Voters' List, will be held in the Municipal Hall on the  1st day of November, 1961, from Ten o'clock in the forenoon to 12 o'clock in the forenoon.  JULES A. MAINIL, Clerk.  ster District, Plan 4522.  TAKE NOTICE that Evaas  Coleman and Evans Ltd. of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Building Suppliers, intends to apply  for permission to purchase t^e  following described  lands;���  Commencing at a post planted  at the most Southeasterly corner  of the North Half of Lot 9,. District Lot 1482. -Thence Northwardly and following the original line of Mean High Water as  shown on  Plan  4522,  1852 feet:  ed lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  at the south east corner of Parcel No. 1, Block B, Lot 686,  thence 300 feet S. 51 degrees 28'  E.; thence 50 feet N 26 degrees  30' E.; thence 300 feet N. 51 degrees 28' W.; thence 50 feet S.  26 degrees 30' W. and containing  one third acres, more or less,  for the purpose of private float  for work boat.  .-:.  Robert Henry Hammond.  Dated 25th of September  1961.  TENDERS  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  SNAG FALLING  Sealed tenders will be received by the Chief Forester up to  3:30 p.m., November 15th, 1961  for a snag-falling contract on  1763 acres, more or less, situated near Ruby Lakeyin Pender  'Harbour Ranger District.     .  Particulars may be obtained  ifrom the undersigned, from the  District Forester, Marine Build-  ;ihg,yyVancouver, 'or from- the  Forest, Ranger at Pehc?��r Harbour,: Sechelt and Powell River.  As a security deposit, ythe  (Contractor must forward with  the  tender a  certified: cheque,  /cent to the total bid price.  Payments will be made in  installments as the work progress, and as a further guarantee of performance, a holdback  .'wiill be. retained on the first  payment mountings to. three  percent of the total bid. This  holdback and the security deposit will be returned oh satisfactory completion of the contract.  Tenders will' not be consider-  thence 'Eastwardly  100   feet  to   ed unless made out on the form  the.present  line of Mean Hi&h���: supplied for-CLUOting, and uh-  Water;   thence Southwardly and    less that form is properly sign-  following the sinuou^ties of ex-   ed and completed as indicted:  fe^L^oLSh IKSUrfS?1  rVarte?   thereon and accompanied with  Ssi^6GSp��uthi.BSruw.l>rT IS ���*5ift^^Vt___W Win--  Westward* 50 feet to the poihti  *^*j��^.,��r^.S?*5i       ;  of commencement, and contain-!  n��t necessarily be accepted,  ing 8.6 acres, more or less.   I   i   iL Tenders must be submitted in  The purpose for which the latai.the   tender   envelope   marked  is  required   is for   installations      Tender for snag-failing, Ruby  and improvements of equipment r Lake Project."  for gravel removal. j A ar ������' F. S. McKINNON,  EVANS  COLEMAN AND Chief Forester;  EVANS LTD.        ! Parliament Buildings,  Dated October 16, 1961. Victoria, B.C. .  ^ There have been sporadic pick-  etings of this base, by peace  marchers. but the Dunoon magistrates have been, gaoling the  picketersyand that yhas pretty  well put ah end to their antics.  This ^Concludes the account ^of  our wanderings. We have made  our way across England and  Scotland by easy stages and  have just nicely used up our 4000  miles of rail tickets, that is 2000  miles of travel, without making  any mistakes.  Our hotel accommodation,  chosen mostly by guesswork,  with one exception, has been  very good, and so has everything else. The weather has been  rather cold, thbugh we have had  only one wholly wet day, but this  has been more than made up to  us by the fine friendly way in  which we have been treated from  Land's End to Orkney, and even  in Glasgow, douce and dirty, the  sun has shone for us.  THE END  "I'll be home tonight, dearS  When you're on a trip, keep in  touch with the family the easy way  - by Long Distance. It costs so little  and means so; much.  ^T~\ British Columbia Telephone Compamy  V713S-ILO  < <���   \  ^>*   ^^  .���.,.--; .AAA,:.- -  ; A    \ C  *\s*mmi��*  ll~::.��  *****    'A--'  II      i        ?A'    "     A'       '    '    ,    "      >  ?w^^ K . k  *��~ .<**      v  ^A^  WHAT'S THE  'INSTALMENT PLAN* WAY  TO SAVE FOR A  f ^  Many purchasers of automobiles, furniture and  such/vpqybn the instalment plan. You can put  ybur;saving$ on the same instalment basis. PSP,  Scotia bank's Personal. Security Program is the  "instalment plan" way to save for a down payment for any project needing forward planning  and saving. This is how PSP���^ exclusive with The  Bank of Nova Scotia���works: You select a savings  gioal (betWeen $100 and $2,500) which you-  reach in 50 equal payments. As you save, you're  life-insured for the full amount of your goal.  When you reb^^i^^ql, y��" collect all you've  saved, p/us a cash bonus. PSP is the ideal way to  make sure your long-range plans are realized. Ask.  about PSP at your nearest branch of Scotiabank,  THE BRNK OF NOVfl SCOTIfl  \ MORE THAN 600 OFFICES ACROSS CANADA AND ABROAD # Coast  News,   Oct.  26,4961.        3  WKt r.'c-3r��'3rs  To clean shower curtains quickly  and easily, just. half-fill haili-tub  with warer and add sudsor other  cleaner. Wash, rinse and hang in  place to dry, spreading them out  and hand-smoothing them.  Complete slock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial and Sports  Hardware '������ Dry Goods  BAPCO PAINT  Interior  & Marine  Ph. TU >2415  RobertsCreek  (By Madge Newman)  Mrs.   L.  Worthmgton   ot.��� Vax. v  cbuver has been the guest of the  T.  Worthingtons for a few days.  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eldridge-  of St. John, N.B., spent the week  at Lyncfest, guests of Mr. and  Mrs,  K. B. Linton.  Much effort is  being  put into  preparation for the OES bazaar  which is  coming up on Nov.   18  at   the   School   Hall in -Gibsons.  iMrs.   C.  Wingrave  is; convenor.  Chris , D-anroth;, .;is back at  school having been absent with  an injured leg. The power saw  he was, operating caught in the  cuff of his jeans^and; cut his. leg  ,resulting in;the need of 14 stitches to close the virqund. Since misery likes company, his mother,  Mrs. A. Danroth, severely cut  two fingers on heryleft hand the  next day. Both are healed now.  Mr. Jack Edlund of New Westminster, and formerly of Roberts Creek, passed away at his  home on Oct. 16. He is survived  by his wife, Shirley; a son Cary  and two daughters ;yMrs. R. D.  Collver, Penticton; Sharleen,  Vancouver.  TRADE YOUR OLD HOME  FOR iW  Wilkins Construction Co. Home  on  Your Lot or  Ours  Mortgages Available ��� 7% - No Bonus  See us for details of houise plaris and financing>  Wilkins Construction Co.. Ltd. '���- Ph. 886-2481  Pump Tank Track now Operating  DRAINAGE llBJLDS INSTALLED  ������;'::by,'  Ph. 886-2460 for information  Annual Meeting  BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA  AU  interested parents,  group  committee  members,   sponsoring body members. Cub and Scout leaders, district  council members and officers  An open invitation to the above 'people and anyone inters  ested in assisting the Scout Movement in Mount Elphinstone District covering Roberts Creeks Gibsons, and Port  Mellon. The meeting is for the purpose of reports covering  the year's Activities and the election of Officers for l^ie  District Council. - -        ,  CANADIAN  LEGION  HALL - Gibsons  Thurs., Oct 26 -8 p.m.  Refreshments will be served " ,       '  Same Night ���"��� Same Place ��� Same Time  GIANT  BINGO  Thurs., October 26  GIBSONS  SCHOOL HALL - 8 p.m. SHARP  GIANT JACKPOT WEEKLY  "Dod^^sA0^0cmeX0O^  SUNSHINE. COAST  WELFARE   FUND  WANT  ADS  ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  for slide. As the arm swings forward, the right knee drops and  ball   is  released   a   few   inches  ; from   the floor.   Follow through  .'with ���'-your-arm.  Remember, choose the type of  approach that feels best to you.  It is ; not the number: of steps  you take/ which yis important.  The important thing is.co-ordinating-the movement of your arm  with the movement of your feet  for a smooth, accurate delivery.  Next: MORE TIPS ABOUT  APPROACHES  than ��72,000,000 worth of fuel,  posts, lumber and other products annually for their own use-  Free literature on farm v/ood-  lot management is available*  from the Canadian Forestry Association of B.C., 1201 Melville.  Street, Vancouver.  The Three-Step Approach  FOOTWORK COUNTS  ON THE APPROACH  To get from your starting  point to the spot where you'll  release the ball, just in front of  the foul line, requires a certain  number of steps. Exactly how  many steps you need depends on  your personal style of delivery.  It can vary from one step to  five steps. .  A three-step and a four-step  approach are by far the most  common, however. These two approaches are used by 90 percent  of bowlers. The one-step, two-  step and five-step approaches  are unorthodox. Still, some good  bowlers do use them. In addition,  .some of these approaches may  be best for handicapped people,  many of whom are able to bovvi  well. A  Find the number of steps that  seems natural to you, then use  this type of approach. Only in  this way can you. develop the  proper rhythm of movement so  important to good  bowling.  After deciding the number. of  steps you are going to take,  here's how far back from the  foul  line you   should'��� start   off:  You want to complete your delivery with your forward foot  about six inches in front of the  foul line.  So, stand with your back towards the pins, and place your  heels six' inches from the foul  line. Then with an imaginary  ball in your hand, go through the  entire delivery, taking the number of steps you plan to use, and  sliding at the end;, Do everything,  just as if you were bowling a real  ball toward the pins instead of  toward the benches:  three lines from 12 to 16 feet  back of the foul line. A more exact way of fixing this spot, however, is to check where it is in  relation to the balls on the return rack ��� for example you  may start out opposite the third  (or fourth, or fifth) ball on the  rack.  ���Be sure not to try this experience with a real ball. A number of display case windows  have been shattered by bowlers  who have done this. Almost certainly the ball will slip out of  your hand, perhaps injuring  someone.  !But, even though you are not  using a ball, include all the motions you will have "in your regular delivery.  ! Of the two "orthodox" approaches, the three-step is the  one most popular with 5-Pin  ���bowlers, and the one to try  first if you are just starting to  bowl.  FARM   WOODLOTS  Cash income from forest products sold off ..farm-wobdlots in  1954 was about $83,000,060. No  one can count the added income  from sales of forest products  from_ the farm, these woodlots  provide their owners with more  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-9525  TUES. to SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring  BACKHOE & LOADER  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT   NYGREN    ���    Ph. 886-2350  "NStfce where 'your forW&rd toe  stops. This will be your starting  point when you actually bowl.  You can fix this spot in your  mind by noticing, where it is located relative to the standard  marker dots that are spotted in  Printed Pattern  ��� In all   cases,  you  finish your  approach with your left foot sliding   forward,   provided  you   are  a    right-handed    bowler.    Left-  handed bowlers just reverse the  sequence of steps, and end with  their right foot forward.  j A 1st   Step:    Left  foot   forward,  and give the ball its pushaway.  '2nd Step:  Right .foot forward,  | swinging the ball smoothly backward to shoulder height.  3rd Step: Left foot forward  for slide." As the arm swings forward, the right knee drops, and  the ball is released a few. inches,  from the floor. Follow through  with your arm.  The Four-Step   Approach  The four-step approach is the  second most   popular  one   with  howlers.  nosMany ���:��� four ; steppers, however,  take only a -half step on their  first step, "giving themselves  more time for the pushaway;  then they go through the rest  of the sequence as if doing a  three-step approach. This gives  them a fuller pushaway and a  longer backswing than an ordinary three-step approach.  NOTICE  ��-_____���_������__���__������������_-_-���_���-_���-���-���  R. S. Rhodes  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Announces he wilt be in Sechelt  NOVEMBER 6  For an appointment for eye examination phone  Sechelt Beauty Parlor, 885-9525 .  If anyone" desires any adjustment or repair to their  present glasses I wiU he pleased to be of service.  ANkht0uirr.v  at  '���' For a full four-step approach,  however, the sequence is this  (rfeverse, if you are left-handed):  ' 1st Step: Right foot forward;  and- give the ball its pushaway.  2nd Step: Left foot forward;  arid half the backswing is completed.  3rd Step: Right foot forward;  backswing is completed.  4th  Step:   Left  foot   forward  Pender Harbour Hotel  Banquet Roam Available Nightly  for  PRIVATE DINNER PARTIES���RECEPTIONS, etc.  By Advance Arrangement Only  MUSIC AVAILABLE  Ph. TU 3-3377  ,  [A/Mfet.  Look! The coat you admire  above all is simple to sew ���:  jsleeves in one with shoulder!  Silhouette is slim, straight!  Choose plain," checksum yjerseyl  tweed or. faille.. [  Printed Pattern 9316: Misses'  Sizes 12, 14, 16,18, 20; 40. Sizj:  16 takes 3?/_ yards7 54-irich.  Send FORTY CENTS (40c) i|i  .coins (stamps cannot be aceep;  ed)   for   this   pattern.   Plea  print plainly SIZE. NAME, A  DRESS, STYLE NUMBER.  Send your-order to MAR-  MARTIN   care   of   the   Cosfet  News, Pattern Dept., 60 Frojit  St. West, Toronto, Ont.  YOU'RE INVITED to a Fail  Winter fashion spectacular  see  100  styles  to  sew  in cjur  new Pattern Catalog. No nutter what size, you'll find it! J 5c  i  Logging Equipment  1. One only model 10/10 Lawrence donkey kW\^%   *_&^\^%  Chrysler powered ��� sled ��� no rigging     e\9 ammm emn^mW^mW  2. One only model 900 New Westminster donkey g�� afjk   Atr\Af\tmm\  Chrysler powered ���sled ��� no rigging   ea9emmm^mw\9^aw  3. One only 10/10 Lawrence donkey ��� Chrysler *fe ���������   #\/\/\  powered ���good sled ��� fully rigged ��� lines _>l_l^%-m-HBmJI  almost new  %fr%_ry^^.'*^^_r  4. One only used Cobra portable rock drill ^*           Jm\Caf\  (cost new $900)           Jp          "#5JV  SLADEY LOGGING LTD,  Madeira Park B.C. - Phone TU 3-2233 pk  4       Coast  News,  Oct.  26, .1961.  WANT  ADS ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  Real Car Economy  N S U PRINZ  Gives up to 70 miles on 1 gal. of Gas  MCKAYS       231���12th St., New Westminster  T. THOMAS  Phone 8869572  District Sales Manager  GIBSONS  The Cunningham's  HALFMOON BAY, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-9927  _,  '������ i  /��  4  J. J. ROGERS & SON  Bargain Centre  SOLE AGENTS  ON SUNSHINE COAST  ...'.'"' for- 'k-.:...������   ���:': -k  MILLS PAINT SALES LTD.  ^Vancouveray;.  Phone 886-9333  ������- )���-��������'.<  Be Sure to Visit the  1-  free %Ions wii a |iire__se of $7.50  -^J_ftTS:^|H^Y  yiMackinaw Jackets    ..... kk..k.- _;��� $16.95  Flannelette sheets   ...1.c......XjX:XL....:...... . pr. :$ 5.75  KAIN CLOTHES ��� Jackets $5,95, Pants $5.50  A;        complete $11.45  Pillowcases ....:.::..........    pr. $ 1.25  Panties      3 for $ 1.29  Mens casual pants yk: ............,.���...$ 4.56  Nylon stocking's         X.......X    79^  SUPERTEX LATEX PAINT ��� All Colors  1 gal. ��� reg. $6.95  $5.95  1 qt. ��� reg. $1.89   ...... A...    $1.49  SEMI-GLOSS ENAMELS���- All Colors  1 gal. ��� reg. $6.95 A....k.L..k  $5.95  1 qt. ��� reg $1.89   V---       ~ $1.49  ALKYDE FLAT FINISH r��� All Colors  1 gal. ��� reg. $6.95      $5.95  1 qt. ��� reg. $1.89 .. $1.49.  SUPER-GLOSS ENAMELS ��� All Colors  1 gal. ��� reg. $6,95      $5.95  1 qt. ��� reg. $1.89  $1.49  INTERIOR UNDERCOAT  1 gal. ��� reg. $6.45  $5.45  1 qt. ��� reg. $1.70      $1.39  TOP QUALITY VARNISH  1 gal. ���reg. $5.95          :... $4.99  1 qt. ��� reg. $1.63     $1-^9  PORCH AND DECK PAINTS  1 gal. ��� reg. $6.95  $5.95  1 qt. ���reg. $1.89  $1.49:  P. V. A. SEALER,  1 gal. ��� reg. $6.45    ��� $5.45  1 qt. ��� reg.  $1.70  $1.39  Paint thinner, 1 gal.   ,.... .....$1.49  Store is located on Chaster Road just, off Pratt Road,  just follow the signs to the) Bargain Centre.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Ph.  886-9333  u ~. -'/Mid' ��� ��� ������rJKXz'Jf..;ii  ���������yjc-S -'f-n-rii^S  k.J .ubliifn;:!), lc  ���j<im<?7)s7~rm  y.v rroiT*.  ..-.A  i.S  -:'OY:.  ���i-tiPk-.s^jfiL  ;,.. 1-^.:;.^ill be helS at 8 p.m.. F^day,^Nov.V0^fi^^  j Sehroecler. S: re^idencer Poiipoise ��� -BaykSednelt  \yv    , i (  mS.-T  All members and others interested iff aviation  ai<e ur��adj toattend.:  - y k';;  STEVE BLOOMER, host of'This Living. World,, is seen with a baby  gorilla, born in the Congo Jungle and recently imported to Canada  from Hamburg, Germany. This Living World, a program, showing the  wonders and mysteries of the natural world, is seen Saturdays on the  CBC-TV network. .,���-.--  Pender Harbor news  C-l-L COLOR  A bridal shower was held! at  the home of Mrs. Diet Anderson  in honor of Miss Dianne Dilla-  bough whose marriage too Mr.  Hank Stroshein took place j on  October 21. Gifts were piled high  en a gaily decorated train \yith  dolls dressed as a bride :pnd  groom and a logger sitting j on  the engine. About 40 guests] attended. Hostesses were Mrs.  'Jean Sladey and Mrs. Ev. FJhil-  lips with several others assisting   with   refreshments.  GARDNER ���  CAMERON  A quiet double ring ceremony  was solemnized in Union 'College. Chapel,. Vancouver,, on.Friday, Sept. 22, when William  Lloyd Gardner, elder son of-Mr.  and Mrs. W- W. Gardner, Snore-  acre Road, Sydney, was united  in marriage to Christine -Anne,  elder daughter of Mr.-karidyMrs.  J.;'"C,./C.ahierdn. Pender Harbour.  Rev.  William ; Buckingham_loffi-  '/cmfed.k'Ayk':^y.\;'' vy":     JiA  The .bride, <given in, /marriage^  by her father,  looked lovely in  :'a. .pale salmon pink dress~'with  ' bouquet of efrha|i6ns and rofesk.  Miss ' Joarf   McPhersonpg^asv  "bridesmaid ^and' ��� wortf"3 a $.ye��.  ; grayy;brocade dress  with beige,,  accessories, and carried  ^g^";  T9��?i*frPfiniaii9^vBgnald ;fflWJ;  nerrJwas. best;;-man fpr his_rJpro-��  thef.;.       ,.������,-..���������.? .A*"  A family reception was helij at  thej Delmar.   Following a yshost,,  :h6neyino6n ;,.1&e....^;.biidal    cotfple'  -will resume /their studies at;U  The Recreation Commission is  sponsoring a Children's night on  the Community grounds, Tuesday, Oct. 31 from 7 p.m. to 8:30  p.m. There will be a bonfire,  fireworks, free pop and hot dogs.  Pender Harbour Community  Club.vvill hold its quarterly gen-  erar meeting on Fri., Oct. 27 at  8 p.m. in the Community HalL  Anyone interested in local activities is urged to attend as  more help is needed.  Badminton has once again  started on Monday evenings at 8  o'clock in the High School Gym.  Anyone interested An playing is  welcome to  attend.  Badminton playing for the junior group, ages 12-15 is as usual  on Saturday afternoons- in the  Pender Harbour Community hall  This is sponsored by the senior  club under voluntary adult supervision   and  instructing.       :  A. sje.    *     *'-.y    -.        '������������-  A miscellaneous bridal shower.  was held for Mrs; W. L.  Gafd--.  ne'r, the former . Chris Cameron^''  at the'home of Mrs. Gwen  Lesrv.r.  ter,   Pender \Hairbour   on   Sat.,  t)ct.-7' with about 25 ���ladijs.s, At-y  'tending.'"_".'  -Chris- received   many   'lOvfely- '  arid ��� useful gifts. Ay most ehjoyAt  able  afternoon ��� tea- was   served  . by 'the/, hostess... and her  daugh- ���  t^r Mrs. Lynn. Jorgenson.  The C-I-L Stylist Color  Blender will blend the  Ciltone color you.want,  right before your eyes.  A fountain of  color for you  Use our color blending service today! An exclusive  TROMBOLITE Lamp lets you see.the selected  color in sunlight-and roomlight.  And   decorating   with   CILTONE   is k_b". easy.  It's odorless, quick-drying a'ud stays color-fresh.  Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd.  ���  V  5 I,; ���  Ph. 886-2642  ���t'p-*.   i'^Wi  ������i:Mi<:  l��r[-_U  Tfajyy***^^ nju��Hm  B  azaar  rcsu  it  MMAM^lM*^^^^**^M****��WWWM��  ._/j-*;.//      u   i-i.��*jJ*_.-,-ii_.!_>-.  ,;a-  ���    ������ ��� .���������������  ood belection ....  '""kkk'l',1-*- ."f.      "K-yWrt't}���?rTTXri'r^~.T'^Arv.r>7-^'" ./^A";^:*'  .���>.*'.  ."���:�� /f!  mtmizeAL/resses  .-**!<  it  g^tifi|sGWl^w  r-.Membejs? of Holy Family  churchy ,Sechelt,, CWL thanfeiQeir  numerous donors who so greatly  helped:. make the > CWL bajaar  and Araffie such a  success. ,,"f;  Raffle winners Were John .Ban-,  chig, Jerry Lemieux and -J$fs*.  Joan Korgan. Jack Heskins.$nd  Kathy Kennedy won the door  .prizes... and Carol Messner Ihe  hamper:    .     ''    ' if  Donors were Chris' Jeweters;  and Variety Store; Cliff Motors  Ltd., Anne's Flower Shop, Rich-  ter's Radio and TV, Wigagirs.  Shoe Store, Village Bakeky,  Lang's Drugs, The Toggery./  Mrs. H. Bishop, Morgan's Mai's  Wear, Parker's Hardware,-'BSe-.  chelt Service Store, Secljelt  Lockers, Shopeasy and Secnelt  AirvService/      .A \   -1  Standard Motors, Tasella Shop;  Leo Johnson, Madeira Pj&rk;:  Store, Mrs. Gordon sr., Toist-  master Bakeries, Mr. Reeves of  Roberts Creek. Mrs. Ed Grften  of Selma Park, Norman Whdle-  . sale Manufacturers, T. Eaton Co.  kuoySeyn Importing Co. Ltd.,  fSpence ; Lambie, >W6sks, Eilers,  . Henry'* Birks, Grassie, MiHar  and Coe td.,-Black Ball Ferries,  B.C. Electric, Golds Linen ^nd  A.  B.   Allen.  .' .���!.;���  y.       SECHELT -^ 885-2002  NEXT DOOR TO ANNE'S MX)1tnER:SH6P^  ��������� ���'...:;    ���'   ::;':"-,,':.,:.���:.'.vOA   ������.���'.���"..,���������.'-I.* ���'.  X'".f\^ *'    ���.<������  Ladies  Wear is  our ONLY Business  ���  ��� . ���____��� �� .,^. -��� - - ��� r^ , 1-rirrW.w. rw '  -i - - -    i i-rinrwum  the  NOW AT ST. PAUL'S  Dr. Don Gaudiri, his wife,  former Wilma Luoma of Sechelt  and baby Glen, 6 months, have  arrived home from England.  They. were, the guests of Wilma's  parents,;. Mr. and Mrs. W.-j,-liiir  Qma;.oyef the holiday^ weekend.  After a-tbiir. of Europe they spent  the* past * year in England. Dr.  Gaudin is hbw with St. Paul's  Hospital in Vancouver.  ���-.    'KEYS-FOUND    ;->iAy^'  Two keys,  one a white metal ;  and  the   other brass  and   both  hearing a Ford marking on them  have beeii   turned   over  to.Mthe  Coast  News.   One key has^ thfe "  name Eddie on it. The keys were  found in front  of  the Bank   ojT  Montreal in Gibsons. '   k ��ffigB8SEg  p��*g��m��!^^  xtfyjL- Sign of Service"  g^|^OThfer^i3R:home; living room  ���^l^elpli^tcheh,;;.^ ;dihing.; .,;;;arga,  M|^^pftM^;;;fully:-':'sendced.;;: targe  ^^^'^^'-^-^.l-lioi^M^^; tre^s, /etc.-  terms. Box: 23, Gibsons.  Gp$  m  ..^N^^N^MENT.S >;;<Cont)  ;\/:k-^r^_N_^'"3^R     .  .Vanished1/ a wayk*;with.y Saca-Pelo.,'__.t..  :Saca-Pel6y iskdiffefent:   It   dbes^ -  notdissolvei or remote'hair from  the-surfacekbutypehetratessiand   ..  retards;/grpwthk of j unwanted    ���  the Boy Scouts   of  Canada. Le  gion Hf|^ibs5riii��|a.   ��iki$m^W  Nov. 3,^HminderkSf:iBartff^lo-4 r'"   " ���" " ? PHONE 886-2191  ��� Nov. .7, St. John's United. Church- -.;���'_    v ���    r    . y^^^ A   .  %.AV; Saler ]bf work,- home < cooking and tea will be ,hel.d in Wilson   Creek   Community   Hail^   2  Apird^Yotf^^^ y  Granthams ���   semi-waterfrbiit;y!Stbbe'Villa, 3_ acre partlyvSi  view lot ��� old cottage  ��� Full.  ;edy lights water/no bujldj^^e-  Nov. 18, O.E.S. 'Trip Around the  World' Fall Bazaar, School Hall.  2 to 4 p.m., D6n't.;miss it.  BINGO ^yKtNGO k-'BINGO  Nice prizes 'and" Jackpot '���''"'  Every 'Monday. at.. 8 p.m. in the  Gibsons Legion  Hall. A   ;    A /  CARD  OF  THANKS  price. only.^$2.00,0^ terms.  Large View "lots in Georgia View  ONLY 10% DOWN  ��� ������_��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� * ��� ��  To clear an estate ��� 2 acres  ��� small cottage ���- village water  ��� commerical location. $6500.  Two rentals on the waterfront  in Gibsons.; $30 and $50 per  month/   ���   / ... ���  strictions, terms. $700./A."'^iKtp-  kins, Box 389, Sechelt. Phote  885-2132k'.      y"   S���>����!'}kkkj;;\  WANTED/TO RE?��t: i  a*-  1  bedroom partially ftirnish|d  suite in house, within'4 V_i;,tfiifes"  of I & S Transport. Phone -G$>k  sons 886-9907.  MISC. FOR SALE  I wish toyexp-ressy my, sincere  thanks to my friends and neigh  ibors for Athiedr sympathy and  .rflonal.-.jtributes.;- in;*he , sudden  . (death Ojf my husband ;Mr,. L.  ���Laine.   Special   thanks  to' the  Richard F.  Kennett  NOTARY PUBLIC  ���/at  H.   B.    GORDON   &   KENNETT  LIMITED  Circulating oil heaiter. Phbtie  885-2294.  'Chrome kitchen suite, 1 fridge  1 complete bedroom suite. Ph.  886-2050 or 886-9890.      ..'... --A.  Household furnishings, beds,  ��rew of the "Ebourne," Mr. J. k>EArj ESTATE*^INSURANCE dressers> Winnipeg, couch wij:h  ,,        ...   r. 1 -r>���,._���   x>��.-.,.���>-'.���"��� Sechelt    pad'.'and cover, wicker chairs,  Cameron, Corporal Payne, Rev, Gibsons.  -Canon Greene, Harvey Funeral  Home, Pender  Harbour Local  16, u.f:a.w.u.  Tuulikfci Laine   ���;  DEATH NOTICE  Deal with confidence with  SECHELT  REALTY  & INSURANCE   AGENCIES  Box 155, Sechelt,  B.C.  T.E. DUFFY, Agent-Owner :  CUNDY ��� Passed away suddenly Oct. 16, 1961, in St.  Mary's Hospital, Pender Harbour, Percival Edward Cundy,  formerly of Burnaby, B.C. aged  60 years.. Survived by his:.lpy-  ing wife Nell, ^daughter Mrs.  Mae Donaldson, Burnaby,. 1 son  George;  Burnaby, B.C., 4 bro-  West Sechelt��� Treed waterfront level iot, reduced to $3500  fp. Also view lots over 1 acre  each, Fp. $1000. See John Anderson,   885-2161  or  885-9565.  Large'view lot, services, small  cabin close in, $1275 cash. Also  EVERGREEN ACRES lots,   $800  kitchen set, small tables, dishes  ironing board/oil drum, 2 rolls  barbed wire and staples/Hudson roto garden duster,/water  ram, crow bars, gas lamp. Ph.  886-2540. '  Split cedar 4? pickets and posts  at.half price. Phone 886-2159.  Ohas. Hoheisel. In  Open stock dinnerware, white  : Dogwood pattern in stock, 20  pee sets $5.95 and 52 pee .sets  $21.95. John Wood Hardware,  Gibsons, Phone 886-2331/    j  ../.',-kkiiKEULy'S    . .  GARBAGE  COLLECTION  A. /   ABox 431, Gibsons     ''-:  yk/yyy phohe;-,886-2283  :  .    k     PEDICURIST        A  y  ; Mrs. F-. E. Campbell  A Selma  Park,  on   bus  stop  A'k    Phone   885-9778  'Evenings by appointment  Tree falling, topping, or removing lower "Uriribs for view Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Phone 886-9946.  Marven Volen.      .  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone Sechelt 885-9678 or write Box 584,  Coast News.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky Number  Oct. 21 ��� 30382, Purple  TIMBER CRUISING  K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Vancouver 9, Phone REgent 3-0683.  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work  Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road.  ton and linen threads. E. /Warden, Irvines Landing P.O. i?h.  after 6, TU 3-2462.  ther��fand ^grandchildren. De-    up. For Umited time only, 2 br.,/f^^'^^^^te  -ceased  served with   the  West-'���������*. ..-��-��-i,��a   .#���u h,com0nt      . ls irame, weaving Dopks, pt-  ���minster Regiment; W.W. 2 and  was a former member Canadian  iLegion No. 2�� New. Westminster  % Funeral seryice/was held Thiurs  Oct..'.19. from the Burnaby Fu-  aieral Home, Burnatoy, i/B.C-��  Rev. Padre George Tiirpin, D.D.  officiated:  Cremation followed  home, unfinished, full basement,  $2300 will handle. See Ki Butler  for details.  Real Estate Sales Staff:  T.EA Duffy evenings ��� 885-2120  B. P.,(Kay) Butler      -r 886-2000  John A.' Donnelly - TUrner 3-2608  John W. Anderson       ��� 885-9565  Walnut china cabinet, like new  price $60. Ross Roth, Gib^dns  886-2655.  ���V  One cow,  one calf 15 moijibs  old. 886-9361.  i/jiw  .vuiv.u_u... ._.*^a**����w�� _v���......_^     Trt'ciimnpA. Sale^^'Staff" ���  ///to  ^^^ftS^S'6^^^^/^]. 4#yj#2$6ror 885-2120    Registered^German     SheplMa, /FOUND  y mm,   Ha^^ui^ra^ Home,.,^    ^f^,?^.^^. 88s^i61    good   natured.   Kennel,   rekjh-    *W*U  ���'���'  Gibsons, B.C., directors. T .������������     ������ ���'���'-'��� ���;::-'-    _ More and more homeowners/are  Hand saws and Skily saws- filed  and set. Galley's Woodworking  Shop, Sechelt Highway, Gibsons.  LEARN  ACCORDION  Beginners of advanced students,  private or in group lessons. Ph.,  Walter     Hendrickson,     Gibsons,  886-2470.  DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior paiming. Also  paperhanging. Phone; Gibsons  886-7759 or 886r9955 for free esti-  'mates.!V;-/"    ''-a ���'������������'���  DIRECTORY (Continued)  //k:"''''''^e use';- .'A  Ultra Sonic  Sound Waves  /'to clean your watch  and jewelry  \ CHRIS*   JEWELERS  H y/k"   Mail'Orders if  Given Prompt Attention  . ..,;,., Ph.  Sechelt. J85-2151     '��� y _  kL. ��� GbRboic bryAnt  ik    NOTARY   PUBLIC  at  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone   886-2346  House  Phone   8b6-2100  MADEIRA   PARK  BUILDING SUPPLY Co.. Lid.  Cement gravel,  $2.25 yd.  Road gravel   and fill,   $1.50 yd.  Delivered -in Pender   Harbour  "'������' area'-"/"  Lumber,    Plywood,     Cement  Phone TU 3-2241  RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAfT  Radio,  TV repairs  Phone 886-2538,  Gibsons    ,.  MARSHALL'S   PLUMBING  HEATING  &  SUPPLIES  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9690 or 886-2442!  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios.   Appliances,������ TV   Service  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Authorized GE Dealer  -    Phone  886-93L��5  TIIKIFTEE  DRESS  SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Agents  B^owti Bros. Florists:  \ Anne's Flpwer Shop  '.'....' /Phone 886-9543   , -, k  SAND ���- XcBlAVEL  CEMENT  BUILDING  MATERIALS ������  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVi_WAYS, FILL. etc.  SECHELT  BUILE>ING   SUPPLIES  -    ,.   Phone 885-960a  PTA  members  attend workshop  At theAPender Harbour PTA  Oct. 12 meeting, Mrs. McDonnell and Mrs. Donnelly volunteered to attend the PTA Social  Welfare Institute and Workshop  at UBC. The membership voted  themy$50 expenses.  The .Students Council, will manage the Fall Carnival this year.  . Mr. Tjorhom spoke .'"fen promoting more interest in soccer  for the high school boys and the  PTA voted $25 to help buy soccer shoes, /k "  Mrs; Burtnick /asked for assistants to. help, with Brownies. Mrs.  Olsen", Mrs.. Tjorhom and Mrs.  Gordon/volunteered. Mrs. Clara  Lee spoke oh Social Studies. An  interesting film on life in India  was shown.    A  DIRECTORY (Continued)  STOCICWELL & SONS  k 885-4488 for  .Bulldozing,   Backhoe   and "front  end loader work. Clean   cement  gravel, filjL and road gravel.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office      (Phones)    Residence  886-2191 886-2131  H. B. Gordon and Kennett  Limited  REAL ESTATE  & INSURANCE  Box 19 Gibsons, B.C.  ,"A Sign of Service"  ABACKHOE   and  LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and  ROCK DRILL  -   DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or ^hourly rates  Also  y   SAND. CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W."   KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826  "able. Phone/ 886-2477.  WHITTAKER   -^   Passed  away  Oct.   24,   1961,   Charles   Edward    turning  to us.  Whittaker   of   Farringtoii   Cove,  fid  rpy^fW^^  Irvihe^AEahdirig.   fit.C^Suryived ^u|^l|��NGLISH   Ltd.   ^U  b^l#slJov^gw��e,^_^e^||l .^,_mIS_��.:-w '. ivci���*ivr^ .-/Chicl  3,000 hehs"fbf sale, 50c each,  layers 75c: Turn up Elphinstone  Rd. R. Randall.   -���'-''���"���-  daughter, Mrs. Joyce Lee, lr-  vinsssALsmding, 1 son/Hwiry.;!^  vines Landing; 3 grandchildren;  2 brothers, Dan, Alberta, William, Washington. Funeral service  Fri., Oct. 27, 1 p.m. from St.  Mary's Anglican cnurcn, Garden  Bay.   Interment  Seaview   Ceme  feBllMB_#ATE. - INSURANCE  k-20i)kfeeU waterfront, approx.��� 3  acres with 2 br. home, 2 baths,  fireplace and inside barbecue;  water; power, telephone;"also. I"'  room cottage. Fabulous view.  Exceptional    offer |F.Pv'%$7,900.  _T"  A place to get take out service  we suggest local grown;fried  half chicken with French fried  potatoes from DANNY'S  V  -y' -'-     Phone 886*9815     1.  FOR GLASS  of all kinds  Phone ^886.9871;or :886-9837  ��� I^NINSUt^.dGLASS/  ':~;j>- :.-i'^\ ���:  M  SMITH'S   HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  ,,.-.'���'���    ,/    CLEANED  i'v .<- - .   A- '    :    ;������*  k      k I>hone:8$6-2422:  Chickens, 50c each. Swabey, Ifejn-'.  ry ��� Road,, Gibsons.   Phi; 886^v"~ '  Kay.   miermeni   aeaview    wuc-     S40W cVHtt: tiandlfti. I ^f> ^''       ^f <?��%��>onlhs : '$95  tery,   Gibsons.   Harvey   Funeral  *T   f &'X^n.A* >.<,��*&'$AtF -^-a    'A^^wWhite ��namel   space heater |35  Home, Gibsons,  directors. FALL SEASON SPECIAL 3 other space heaters        'X,.'M5  'kmuv now for summer Kbmtl or   1 Gurney combination wood,,and  ROGERS PLUMBING SUPPLIES �����*?&���'���*���'������ ��������� ���">���   ������>���   ������   ���'-      ���   ���    -  Gibsbris, B.C-.     "Phbrie 886-_0.2 &mmwmmMmmmm*mmmmjmmm^mmm^^^^  '��������������� -Wholesale - and   Retail Z&*  ?i.J^.     MRS. O. ROSENLIND  PENINSULA SAND & GRAVEL  Phone.. 886-981,3> / .",tr.j..:  Sand,   gravel, 'drushed   Bocki  All material washed arid screen-  ed-or i>it -ran. -������<'��� ->--"������-��� '���'������ ������-���������-  Good cheap fill  BILL   SHERIDAN  TV��� APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES^ AND. SERVICE  ���"'".y.      Phone 885-9534  "���^-^Ay A--^-v. \.inyestniipnff ^acre^loti_{ d5_f to    elec. :  lilable for eafntf Tstfaie sSndf beach, tlMm tefms.   11 oil  ���i fcii- ��^> ��^��;��.-   -"safp ��s&tidv neacn  J7_u" on terms,    ajl uu ranges   from $29 to $139.  Cook couple available for cafnp,     Safe sanay Deacn, *w ^ basement        turnacei  maintenance,    caretakmg,     etc.    casn price ?d-w.  Phone 885-9565.  Ftp:t_r,/a.. ^\te-  $49, looks like new.  South' Fletcher lRd^J Gibsons''  Phone 886-9598    l    T>*:&  I    A. E. RITCHEV  TRACTOR WORK \  Cleaning,  Grading,  Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  ;&<  .ir�� }���'���  s^8 %XgXf ;f|'  Draijenes-.by the yaird  or made  to measure  All accfessories-  C  & S9ALC3  Optometrist  ^-^/^BEOCIL  GIBSONS  - ElrtERY THURSDAY  Phone^ 885^971*  F  MILLWOOD,  ./BUSHWOODlCO^/^^  A ������ Call .>?���������':���' ������>.: '^!*t:.-.i- :.'. ���'* '*';������ *   IK %.��� H' *'.  ���     ^A/'   '��� .���'-.��� ^i.A  BAIN'S FUEL  885-9634  COAL & >#ObD y"  Alder, cord i&d< k  Clean handpicked  A TCJTE^liQ^S/$ma./box^  XKX^^i^i^^S:X: ���".  BT. 'NkHASTING^yN^  :,?:.;. :A.A^ y /-iCjibsbas /  FOIiis  Building     contraqts      arranged,    ment frig, revolving shelves, fulA iy  '. ,. .       ^ *^,. ^i- ly guaranteed, $225,  1 used good washing -  T:-  machine ^4^��  1 7}_ feet oil barrel, steel stand;  and drum, both  for orilyy"'vffi5  Fairbanks Morse domestic water  service  pump, special     ���   ' "l  for cash $10��5O  ~^��� - 1 good used toilet complete? Jl5;  y,v /-k?-1,? .���������ga.lr-^We.V��i\-4ri_ms       $4^50  Phohe 88��-2040  SHELTERED MOORAGE  -  vVPehder    Harbour;     waterfront  {lots; .on; convenient ; terms.  Low  down payment. Invest now while  kprices- hold.      --y< ���<���'?<;���    .-������������;���������   ���  '  OFFICE 886-2481  '       C  & S SALES     4  For all your heating;1  ^requirements      \  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also  Oil Installation  Free estimate  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  %$&  xi^mm:^mm^m^0  ,y;_or:^us^ngiive wth to;lleal;. ft^I^2c^1b. ^^:@ 2 8c Ibfc  ���^' :^^��*?��f^^^ ordersko  ^tate'/ahd'  886-J340  Building..,  BOATS  SALE  ^-��3��li^siH^^ 'Bl^vk^f^^    availa^.  :  y..k//kr>contmue'^^erit-^our v'confl-/ /Flagstones; ^pierv  blocks,   drain ;  ---' ������. - .-��� ���:>������������������������'?���.��� ���' <:���'.-.>>������::.'-^^~>v^v-.^i., ������:-���    .������������v.tilft.i'.vavailable -from    Pemnsula-  tile/ > available - from   Peninsula-  A ;::Ce'^^t^i.Pi^dyc^.y'-prange.N.B1d.,.c  /��� //^/y'T^^^'"^"-'"?��� --*w ^T���'- V-cbttageAprivate/iSbck;.'Goodishe^   ..^5.9^3' isecheft "T-  k'. A - - WAtCHyREPAiRS ; ���������"���).; :-���:>- ��� /;'��"ter   for/ bpatslpiskinig/.$19.500...:;:������ -y��� ��� ���; v ���;/, ���; ���;   . ������'-.- '1  ���:':A:-.'?- --������-"'1 '-������-��� - " A-;:l. .;���,,.��� .  y 'Courtesv? tovagehtsVrB: E. Kvle:-- WANTUii^.  'v.A--:  -'������'.  igas ranges, _al-  ^S Sales, Ph.  //.For// guaranteed   "watch    and'  ly jewelry . rejfairs,  ..see.  Chris's  k/Jewele^/S(E^Helt.-Ay^oi*/dbh^  y:,-tm"the ;;pyeiri.ses.y '������yk^y;k"/vtfn'  'Courtesy'-tb/ag^tskB; .E. Kyle;     WANTED  "Realtor"    1429? Marine 'Drive, ", ���/...'���   / .."���-���r~��� '-���-  -West>'VaricouvekyWA%;24123. ;/     .One.electric train,   reasonable  *Ve/h^e. ^ >,jfe^' in  y pric^yPhoue;886^9549.  Jr-  AUTOS :?FORT SALE:  ������&��?.  the Welcrbme/Be^dh-M what   h?ye  Hajhour arieas;kc/^k * ,v you?  Al's Used  Furniture,  (^it>-  -'- A.r- :DANIELSyR^A��TY -t,:.C k sons,'- Ph. 888-9950.' .. ��   ...  ^a|fjit!^^P^-^^^^4_51A^ r.  s. CxxxxxxxxxxrfxxZxxxi  s XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  ^  XX1  XX  X.  __^ ^NOUNilCEM)_NT_  y "//.Have your,garden tools repiir-  .    k ed arid shaipehed NOW.  ����:vft�� ':ln"���!t'-*-':-������" -kAky :���-.��� -;.'A ���;;.'. /'' EARL'S.'AGENCIES'''. ;'���"'  *%2,1W    Gross   Revenue,,   netting. rsh-Ans ;  ,$1,7M, plus ownerrsuite A-;/ " '���- ",��*^-  /^yTAyy;y7^y>Kyv ^: ���.  **%'������' '  VA Vjij':.' /<^-  nallyjnearyA.: \- A. Simpkinsv^bHcklaye  jireferred,- A-^-;. r'% Phonei885^132.  /bffgf-skiii:/ ���f:'-^r-^r^^::'."? v,'^ v   .^$11^00   equity/.for   small;  /home,   Gibsons; area_i  .butkwill. consider iall^���       _......, .,.:, . -i^--rw .^,^���-���,,.,_  area^- Bo�� k(52��.v k'/ApETER >CHRISTMA3  " A.>B^  -f--i^.;:.A{I kinflSr5of ibrick and s'orfework  kkAttei*atioijs Candv repaii  ,.. ���'���'���������������^--'-^ph<Jn^/J3^734     1  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record  Bar  ...._���    Phone 885-9777  See us for all your knitting  requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim-Wool.  GIBSONS/VARIETIES  '  Phone 886-9353v  GIBSONS PLUMBING  Heating.  Plumbing  Quick,  efficient service  Phone 886-2480  SCOWS     ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  HILL'S MACHINK SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repa;rs  Arc. Acy. Welding .  Precision Machinists'  886-7721 Res.   886-9956  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS I  SIM   ELF^T^TC   LTD.  k_  ,. Sechelt  ;.A-    ;:Phone 8S5.20<?2  ... Residence.   885-9532.'  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  >  ^      LAND SURVEYING-  .�����':���: V ?$tJRVE��S:i/B "-     H-  ,k     ' P. O; ;Box 37. ^Gibsbns >���-.- ^ '  1334 West Pender St., ~  .Vancouver, 5. ,     Ph. MU 3-7477  . V*   j C  RO^ GREGGS M  Phone 885-9712  For  cement/gravel, fill,  road  ;;     gravel ;a?jd <jrushvrock��       ,^  ������*'    ' Backhoe; and Loader/y    ^  :   .."     Light Biilldozing  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ,      LTD.. A  "WE CARRY THE STOCK"  Phone 886-2642  LET  US HELP YOU  PLAN NOW  y FOR APPOINTMENT -  886-2191  WA1ER   SURVEY   SERVICES  CONSULTANTS  .kL. C. EMERSON  y       V: R.R./lv  Sechelt  / .. >-'���������      883-9510  J. J. ROGERS & SON  PAINTING  CONTRACTORS  A--Phone 886-$3&  MERRY MENAGERIE  PENINSULA     CLEANERS  Cleaners  for. the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone  Phone 886-2200  ���i warned  you  there was a  drop off therel"  NIGHT  THE BAWKOB  N&VASCOTIA^  ^k'-N^I^N'S  ���"������ ^'V..DJV-J CLEANERS  .efiEANINGi..;,,,-,r...  Ksbn's; Apply Weekends ^or- jihono' /-.'; ��� ' Phnw/? Secholt 885-9^7  .'TVirs; i.-. Osborne.. RE 8/5448 after-l.%r<in ^Pvoberts  .Creek.  WIGARD  SHOE SiORE-  - Always, a ..large variety of  shoes in every line  .for old and yom<y.  , Phone Sechelt 885-9519  hibsnns  6   p.m.  and Port Mellon Zenith" 7020  BTTA'S BEAUTY SHOP  k      Tinting and Styling  /    Phone   Rfifl-WW  Sechelt H'^'vay   .       ,  Gibsons Village  Three night school classes formed in the GUbsons-  Sechelt area, more my follow if the enrolment increases.  GIBSONS  Sewing starts Mon. at 7:30 ��� Painting starts Mon. at 7:30  These classes might also start on the following nights  if enrolment increases by Mon., Oct. 30  Woodworking, Upholstery and Ballroom Dancing ���  Tuesdays.  Pitman shorthand and Typing ��� Mondays.  Nights uncertain: Ceramics, Lepidary, Copper tooling, Public (speaking and Car driving training.  ACADEMIC  These might start if etarolment increases:  Physics 91 ��� Math 20 ��� English 20  SECHELT  Ballroom Dancing starts Fri., Oct. 27 at 7:30  Math and Conversational French wilL,start if enrolment increases by Mon., Odt. 30.  Registration wall be accepted in all cltossies until further notice. Fees are reasonable ��� approximately 50c a  night and. instmctorsy^re well qualified. For registration or  mpre information^> phone 886-7722 days or 886-9370 any  time. ���/.-k '���'���:���-���  I�� a subject not listed above is requested, efforts will-  be made to enroll a classs and supply an inr/ructor. Coast   News,  Oct.  26,   1961.  "gibsons"  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DUROID ROOFS  Reroofing & Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  F,  smiiy allowance c  One of a series of articles describing the federal health and  welfare services Canadians get  for their tax dollars.   :  A young mother walks into  a supermarket with, her two  .pre-school age children, selects  several dollars worth of groceries' from the shelves,- goes  to the check-out counter and  endorses a small strip .of card-  Don't   say   Bread,  /, rJi*  say   "McX&yiN*SV"-;-  Local Sales Rep.  Norman  Stewart  Ph. 886-9515  R.R.I,  Gibsons  board. The Family Allowances  .program has helped one more  Canadian family. '  Millions of times a year, in  clothing shops, pharmacies, department stores, this scene is  repeated,   v  The battle for" freedom from  want is fought on many fronts.  A key weapon - is ��� and must  be ��� money. The means to  house, clothe, feed and educate  children is basic armament in  this;'fighti '-y  Each month more than 2,-  600,000 Canadian families,  large and small,' receive Family Allowance cheques. The  rates are $6 for children up  to 10 years of age and $8 for  older children up to 16 years  of age. The average family has  two or three children for  whom allowances are paid.  This money is designed to -assist in maintaining a healthy,  ���happy living standard. Surveys have shown that the  money,    except    in    rare    in-  ues cfb to  stances, is spent wisely. Many  welfare and other authorities  believe that one big reason for.!  -this is the fact thaty most  ^'cheques are made payable to  the mother.  The program, -now 16 years  ' old, has: earned: widespread ;ac-::  'ceptance. ���,.:������;. y.. Ay.:., ���;���  Canada is one of many countries (38 in 1958) which endorses with action the * belief  .that families with children,-especially young ones, should be  aided financially.   A,  Around 'the world various  nations have established family-aid programs ranging from  schemes which provide funds  for families with one child or  more to plans which assist only  - families with eight or more  children!  Some programs allow more  :'money for the second child  /than for the first, more for the  jthird than the second and so .  ���on. Others specify an increase  i in allowance as the child grows  lolder. All have one thing in  common���-the   recognition  that  /  the family unit is vital, to a  society, and must be maintained. '��� /'k '    :'-' ''  Canada's program, though  comparatively hew, was considered long before 1945 when  the Family Allowance Act was  passed. One of the spark plugs  of the Act was the Maarsh Re-  th'e need to bolster the finan-  port in 1943 which spelled but  cial position .of low-income  families.  The   money  which  the  gov-  lies  erriment, through"1 the Department of National Health and  Welfare's regional offices, distributes in the form of Family  Allowances cheques, is obtained from various, fedei?al revenues. It. is the money of Canadians being /used for Canadians. ���V;y.,-//A'/y.:.;, //.A y/y..;.;  Wherikthe :postman delivers  Family; ;-Allowances y: cheques'  each month, he is'.-, opening the  door: to a fuller, life; for -the  young people of Canada!  BIIILDIJVG or RiHODELLlM  We: can design and build a dream kitchen in any number  of exotic hardwoods and plastic laminates  at reasonable prices.  Also fine custom furniture for every room in your home  Quality material 8c workmanship guaranteed.      :  R. BIRKIN:������ Oceanside Furniture & Cabinet Shop  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek ��� Ph. 886-2551  Gibsons Merchants New Bonus  TREASURE HUNT  EVERY THURSDAY 9 a.m. EACH STORE WILL POST THEIR LUCKY NUMBERS.  A THESE WILL BE GOOD UNTILL 6 p.m. EACH SATURDAY.  To..win a prize you must have your Coast News with the correct number with you. If your number corresponds to any number ypu are entitled to  ......_.buy-that storeys article at a special low price as listed on this page. A bonus of $2 is also given if you claim your number on Friday between 6 and  AA.Ql?mPm- AllWumbers can be easily spotted in each store. THE NUMBERS CHANGE EACH WEEK ��� IT'S FREE.  OYiAlil^.V  __~��_-^t--_��-������__���_���-���_-_-��������  ..        ;.       .      -.X   i    .��    ~+    iC    -.1.1    .. .  REGUESSJS^^E, $5.6&  S & S Latex Paint 9  1 GALLON  4 NUMBERS  JOHN WOOD 11��$Mf  ^SUNSET STORE'  REGULAR VALUE $10.96  1  3  1 NUMBER  Gibsons family Shoe Store  REGULAR VALUE $8.95  Shag Skirt  1 NUMBER  nryrno sportswear &  -ILnLLO LINGERIE  SHOP  ���'J a  REGULAR VALUE $13.95  PIONEER  Eider Down Filled Vest  2 NUMBERS  "The Home  of Prestige Merchandise"  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $2.98;  10 lbs. Sugar - lib. Tea  lib. Butler  ':���'''��� 'i  .'    "       ��� A  4 NUMBERS  COUP  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $1.75  The ContemperalLook  By Revlon  IO NUMBERS  UNG^D|��G5TiE  ;. GIBSONS^'k-///,:. ������'.,/  REGULAR VALUE $4  2  T-BONES  6  PORK CHOPS  1  lb.  SIDE BACON  IO lbs.   POTATOES  10 NUMBER&JIa  "Serving You With Savings"  KEN'S FOODLAND  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $10.5. >  1 Leather Brief Case Uc  1 NU1| BER  HOWE SOUND MO-15 STORE  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $a50  SHELL  LUBRICATION,  OIL CHANGE &  SHELLZONEkWINTERIZE  2 NUMBERS  GIBSONS A SERVICE  REGULAR VALUE $9.95  Car Coat  1 NUMBER  GIBSONS VARIETIES  REGULAR VALUE $3.95  Flannelette  3 NUMBERS  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  GIBSOHS  "The Store of Personalized Service"  REGULAR VALUE $7.95  2 NUMBERS  "The Store of Quality"  GIBSONS HARDWARE  AMPLE PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE Coast News,   Oct. 26, 1961.  CARPENTER  Prompt  Service  Quality Workmarship  KITCHEN   CABINETS  A SPECIALTY  Additions ��� Alterations  New Construction  NO JOB TOO LARGE  OR TOO SMALL  McCuIloch ��� Ph. 886-2120  MODEM HOME FOR SALE  Modern 3 bedroom NHA Ranch style .home, with beautiful  view overlooking Davis Bay. Hardwood floors throughout  Large livingroom with fireplace, separate diningroom,  bright modern electric kitchen with lots of cupboard space.  Good NHA mortgage, Balance cash or terms. For view  anytime,  Phone 885-2124  Coast Construction Co.  FOR FREE ESTIMATES OH  driveways -��� patios ��� Marking lots  SERVICE STATIONS, etc:  Phone 8SO-2GOO or 886-2178 ��� Gibsons  DANNY WHEELER  HOPKINS LANDING  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST  [���sso]  nafmt '  There's nothing quite like the wonderful  world of Esso warmth. It's a carefree,  -world of safe, dependable heat, available  to'you whatever type of heater���space  heater, floor furnace or automatic furnace  ~you use.-Ask your Imperial Esso Agent  about it today.  THERE'S A  WONDERFUL  ? WORLD OF WARMTH  ] WAITING  FOR YOU,  A redesigned Envoy  The 1962 Envoy is a completely redesigned car, General Motors of Canada announces. The  four-cyhnder British-built Envoys  are lower, wider and slightly  longer. They have been engineered to provide a more relaxing ride and more passenger  room.  They have < more headroom,  hip and shoulder room, as well  as"wider doors. The trunk, too,  is spacious with the spare wheel  out of the way in the right side  wheel arch. 1 j  The 92 cu. in. engine is basically unchanged, though an . increase in compression ratio to  8.1 to 1 and a re-designed inlet  manifold increase horsepower  and torque. A'Ay  New    3-point    engine     mounts  provide even greater smoothness  and flexibility. The use of lightweight alloys on clutch housing,  induction manifold, transmission  cover and other parts has resulted in important savings in weight  Optional at extra cost on all  new Envoys is a 4-speed transmission -controlled by a short  floor-mounted level. Standard  equipment is the 3-speed all-  synchro transmission ywith steering column change, and a muchy  improved control mechanism.  Routine maintenance costs on  Envoy .-have -been cut because  there are only four- lubrication  nipples, needing attention at intervals of only 12,1)00 miles. Intervals for other service items  are 3,000 miles apart. Brake adjustment is simpler; engine access much easier.  Letters to the editor  Editor: The surest way y to  keep the country and ourselves  out of war is keep out. keeping  out becomes extremely difficult  when, every conceivable, meahs  are'used to get men ��� especia ly  the youth ��� to volunteer to fight  for, democracy, to join the w&r  to end- war, etc.  The young man was brave :n-  deed who during the last slaughter suffered the ignominy of the  . white feather, and the cruel vil-.  lification and abuse of a crazed  populace overwrought with; hysteria Having recognized the use-  lessness of war as a permanent  solution of any question, let us  definitely--determine there   shall  ";��� be "rid more war. Let iis with  Beverly Baxter publicly proclaim "my desire to- be shot^fn;  the nearest backyard within *24  hours rof the declaration of war  rather than shoot, or gas, or  drown, or otherwise murderyanjr  of my fellow men.";  Reader, can you take the .oath  and with. me conscientiously declare, you will, not commit murder? Goverhmeritally legalizing.  murder by calling' it 'war does*  not change its: moral aspect. War  with attendant diabolical degeneracy, can only be made possif  ble by peace-loving people permitting themselves to become  stampeded by the vicious and insidious propaganda of the arma-.  'ment manufacturers  .who profit  by the sale of ingenious devices  designed to kill in  hitherto  ur -  dreamed of proportions. '������'1'  Rather than have science .bent-.-..  on providing new methods of destruction, let us have world cooperation for the purpose of  eliminating cancer, tuberculosis  and other dreadful diseases. Let  the message, WE WILL NOT  KILL ring out from press^ pulpit, rostrum and radio. If this  is treason, then "better treason  than  murder.  Now is the appointed time to  wage this propaganda. Delay is  dangerous. Once war is. declared/  we are forthwith charged as pro--;  enemy providing, we  oppose it. '  The   magnitude  of  the task   of  keeping our country ^out of war  depends entirely: upon ourselves.  We have but two choices. We can  take   the  easy -going   apathetic  and indifferent  attitude  and piously hope that all will be: well.  Or   we  can  conscientiously   resolve to do everything that lay  ���in .our power to so quicken the  conscience  of  the   general public that Mr. Public will see to it  that he does not repeat the error of 1914-18. If our i conscience  can justify us  murdering those  wt.: love with impunity; then we  may go to war and kill those who  are loved by their, kin. Reader,  you   cannot    justify    slaughter.  Therefore let me repeat, the way  to keep out of war is/keep out.  -������' The   above remarks   come as._  the result of delving; into some  old ;files,and books, dating; back  to the' Tif stAWorldkWary They  should   contain   a   message   for  the average : person .to consider.  -- Dave  Rees.  j'  ; 623-VCHARMING TOUCH for ycyjir kitchen. Match the dress to  , your color-scheme ��� use scraps. The doll protects your; toaster,  -^jj^er.ofc-piaittern for toajster-dofll; clothesr directions.  992���IDEAL FOR DRIVING ��� OUTDOOR SPORTS! Keep fingers warm in gay, two-color gloves. Crocheted in. sinsgle crochet.  Directions for sizes small, medium, large included. :  968���A CIRCUS OF FUN is yours when you make these clowns.  Extra-easy gifts! Two flat pieces for each, plus ears, ruffling,  caps. Transfer pattern thrfee 8-anch clowns; directions.  JUST.OFF THE PRESS! Send now for our exciting, new  1961 Needlecraft Catalog, bver 125 designs to crochet, knit. sew.  embroider, cniilt,-weave���/fashions, homefurnishings, toys, gifts,  bazaar hits. Plus FREE -j- instructions for six snriart veil caps.  Hurry, send 25c now!  lecfic buying spree  A White Elephant settled itself on the porch of the Roberts  Creek School Wednesday ably assisted by Don MacKenzie, Char-  lene Berdahl, Kathie Turik and  Don Marsh as sales people and  members of the three classrooms  as buyers. It was the successful  effort of the' Roberts Creek  Helps, Jr. Red Cross, to raise  money for their project which is  to assist the Elphinstone High  School branch of Jr. Red Cross  in their adoption of a Greek  School.  The Helps, enthusiastic in their  first effort at fund raising, went  all out for the cause. One lad  decided that, his: parents' collection of favorite, books would be  a likely contribution to the sale  but was persuaded to compromise with a bag of oddments of  a different .nature, while another  boy, under the impression that  clothing was the thing,- was busily cleaning out his bureau  drawers when parental authority  changed his   course.  However  there  was   a .hectic'  buying   spree   when   the "'"goods  were-   assembled     and     beads,  brooches, books, much-used com->  ids,  toys and the surviving  halr  of an elderly salt and pepper  team changed hands. Who knows  if there are many more such  sales, the salt shaker may one  day be returned to the' original  owner's shelf.  BEST QUALITY SHOES  Marine -Men's  Wear  .    LTD.  Ph. 886-2116  Gibsons  PACIFIC WINGS LTD.  AIR   CHARTER  SERVICE  ���kPHONE-.yAyy  or Vancouver cr 8-5141  885-4412  LOWEST rates  EXPERIENCE��   :.���:-  Coast Pilots  DEPENDABLE PIPER  Airplanes  RADIO  DISPATCHED  Sechelt's original full time  air to air; air to ground  year round: air service  Remember to  CALL SKYTAXI FIRST  Be sure to attend > .  The  v '-���  to be held in the  Elphinstone High School Auditorium  Friday, Sov. 1 - 7lo pm.  Silver collection, proceeds  to  UNICEF  Rogers  GIBSONS, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-2092  WHOLESALE   ^RETAIL   K   y  corner off PRATT RD. & SECHELT HI-WAY  STORE HOURS ��� Op3n 7 a.m.to 11 p.m.  Closed on Mondays  White 3-piece bathroom set with taps/...���...  Colored 3-piece bathroom set with taps ..���.::.  (We have the higher  price sets too)  White enamel shower cabinets    .,....,.....-.-  $.99.00  $]_19.00  $52.50  We have full stock of Streamline copper pipe & fittings  CHEAPER THAN THE DEPARTMENTAL STORES  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, single hub   ..   4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, double hub      1/2" copper pipe, per foot      1/2" copper elbow  10��    Solder  1  SPECIAL��� Double stainless steel sinks ...  3" copper pipe, per foot   New Pembroke  baths   New English china toilets with seats   ........  No. 1 steel septic tanks (free delivery)    ...  4" No-Crode pipe, 8 feet long, per length ....  3V_" Perforated No-Crode pipe       New toilet seats -   $  $-  lb  4.90  5.20  18<  tee 15<  $ki^39  $27.50  $ 1.29  $52.50  $31.90  $48.50  $ 3.75  $ 2.35  $   3.90  "Anything you buy from us if you don't want it I will  refund your money immediately  Elko glass lined No. 30 single element  $73.00  Elko glass lined No. 30 double element   S83.0O  No. 40 glass lined double element '.  $89.00  USUAL  GUARANTEE  Fibre glass laundry tubs for less than the big stores  You can buy the Cobra brand plastic pipe  cheaper from me  STORE KEEPERS  OR   MERCHANTS  ,        . 25% QFF PLASTIC PIPE LIST PRICE  The new Beatty shallow or deep well pumps    $119  (Save 5 to 10 dollars) 8       Coast  News,  Oct.  26,   1961.  FOX APPOINTED  Appointment of E. F. "Ted"  Fox as manager o_ information  cervices department of the B.C.  Electric's new industrial > relations and information services  division has been announced  toy J. J. Carson, director of the  division.    Mr.    Fox   has   been  with the company for 16 years  and until his present appointment was director of public information for regional offices.  A former Victoria newspaper  man, he was commissioned iri  ithe Canadian Navy during  World War II and joined the  Vancouver Island staff of the  company on his discharge in  1945.  Hager  Technician with Admiral Corp.  iii Vancouver  Now available for TV  and Radio Repairs at   A  JMBEE FlI MTIliil APPLIMCES  jGIBSONS ��� Ph: 886-2S46  FREE    FREE    FREE    FREE  at  Danny's  COFFEE AND  COOKIES  GOLDEN CUP AWARD  FOR FINE COFFEE  October 29 - 3 p.m. to 6 |.ni.  Be sure to com�� out to VOTE against the motion  ... k to kill the hospital/     :?i-'X'X  VOTE NO VOTE NO VOTE  rntiiiw ni! innnn ummi  International Harvester, Equipment  1660 Station St., Vancouver, B.C.  X.::X,r   XXXX^.. Phone MU 1-OlSl y  USED EQUIPMENT SALE  ^CATSr'/yy;  rt6liver...Crawlers, Gas or D&esel,ywit(h. Blades'or Loaders.  International Crawlbrs, T5 - TD5 - TD6 - TD9, with Blades.  John Deiere Crawlers, with Loaders.  Caterpillar 933 Traxcavator with Loader.   '  WHEEL TRACTORS  FarjnaliyCubs,with Or wlithbut .Hydraulicis.  Farmiall* Super C's with Hydraulics. H  'Case SO. ������':'':'  Case VAC.  Minneapolis Moline RE, with Loader.  International W4'si-'  Johrif;DeereB, Row.Crop, with Wide Front Axjfe.  Inte/rnaticml B250'.Diesel, '.wfbth Loader & Backhoe.  International 1460 Dieteel, with Loader & Backhoe. ,  Massey Junior 102, with Wide- Front Axle.  Allis Chalmers A, Row Crop.  Ferguson TEA, 3-point Hitch, Loader.  PLOWS  A giood selection of trailing 2 and 3 Furrow Models.  DISC   HARROWS  A good selection of trailing Models.  BALERS  ���- International 45 Power Take-off  International   55  Eingine  Drive.  International  50T Engine Drive.  New Holland 77 Engine Drive.  Dearborne,  Engine  Drive.  MANURE   SPREADERS  A good selection.  POTATO   DIGGERS  John Daere 2-row, Power Driven.  International 1-row, Ground Driven.  Champion 1-row, Power Take-off.  FORAGE   HARVESTERS  International 20C, Engine Dirive, with Cutter Bar & Pick-up  New Holland 33, Power Driven.  Gehl Power take-off driven, with Cutter Bar.  John Deere No. 15, Power take-off Driven.  Ferguson Tractor-Mounted Harvester.  WE WILL CONSIDER ANY OFFER  Plione MU 1-6181  HOURS: 8 a:m. to 6 p.m. Weekdays, and* fall day {Saturday.  AFTER HOURS���Please phone:  .  Ivor Yardman,       '    FA 1-1503  Charlie Beharrell,    WH 6-2639  ���        CurJey MacKenzie,   LA 1-3468  y       Blondie Broughton,    HE 1-6474  Don McKihhOn, MU 4-8074  .    .,:. SECHELT  By ORV MOSCRIP     -  League Scores: ,.-;  Ladies: Lola Caldwell 670 (255)  Alyce Brown  271,- Bev, Robinson  Pender:   Isobel   Gooldrup  645,  Ev Klein 255,   Gordon Freeman  ; 704, Bill Cameron, 703. ���������'....���.".  Peninsula Commercial: Eve  Moscrip 715 (304), May Fleming  262, Dick Clayton 775 (338), Andy Leslie 283.  , Sports Club: Eileen Evans 771  (295, 264), Jay Eldred 756 (286),  Billie Steele 264, Elsie Johnson  ,256.  Ball & Chain: Norma Gaines  588.  George Flay 722.  Juniors: Kirsten Jorgensen  281, Ray Moscrip  397  (217).  Pee Wees: .Diane Oho 254 (131)  Gary Lawson   249  (167.  Ten Pins: Dick Gray 548 (200)  Orv Moscrip 213, Lawrence Crucil 201.  Port Mellon: Team, Jolly Rollers 2886 (1143). H. Dean 658  (258), Gwen Connor 673 (296).  Ball & Chain: Team, Flint-  stones 2460,  Pin Heads 891.  Men's: Team, Strike Outs 3041  (1163). H. Dean 672 (255), H.  Shadwell 635 (281), Ron Oram  615, P. Comeau 711 (294), R.  Godfrey 616 (240), E. Hume 647  (249).  High School: Team, Strikers  2063, Cougars 789. Bonnie Thor-  btfrn 229.  By the way the Hi Way team  of| the Men's League looked real  smart in their new orange bowling  shirts last  week.  BUILDING  REMODELLING  Rockqcrs  INSTALL  E & M  BOWLADROME.  By ED   CONNOR  Team high three and single  for the week were the Strike  Outs of the Men's League with  3041   (1163).  League Scores:  S.C.L.: Team, Gibsons Hardware 2454, Dummies 904. Myrna  Inglis   277,    Jim   Larkmari   723  (337).  ���:������-  Gibsons B: Team, Molsons,  2592, Oops 1009. G. Nasadyk 261  Irene Oram 603  (257)>  Merchants: Team, Clog Hoppers 2681 (1031). G; Clarke. 644  (282,   246). k k  .Gibsons A: Team, Mirabilias  2929 (1152). H Shadwell 689 (296)  D. Crosby 685 (298), Ed Connor  625, Len Pilling; 656 (268),^Ik-  Mason   613.   A y  ':lyl"~'h:  Ladies:    Team,   Garters   2225  (787). S. Wingrave 580 (266), P.  'Hume  541  (243), DA Mason 571  ���/r(232) ' y A:A'   k/A:ir   wk. :>--?  Teachers Hi: Team, Hit Urns  2535, Pin Heads 936. Sig Rise 632  G:. Yablonski 629.  Commercials: Team, Specks  Sheet Metal 2572 (897). Josie Davies 637  (259), E. Shadwell 612.  Church Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Litany, 11:15 a.m.  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11.00 am.Suhday School  Litany, 3  p.m.  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  Litany, 7:30 p.m.  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  UNITED  Gibsons v     \  11:00 a.m., Divine Service  11:00- a.m., Sunday School  Roberts Creek, 2 p.__.  Wilson Creek  11  a.m. Sunday School  3:30 p.m., Divine Service  PORT MELLON  Community Church .  9:15 a.m. Morning Service  ST. VINCENTS  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9:00 a.m.  Most P'ure Heart of Mary  Gibsons, 10:30 a.m.  CHRISTIAN     SCIENTISTS  Church Services.  and   Sunday   School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts   Creek  United Church  TV   series,   How   Christian   Science Heals,  KVOS,  Channel 12,  9:15   a.m.  Oct.  29: The Bible Unlocked  BETHEL BAPTIST  Sechelt  10 a.m. Sunday  School  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  Gibsons  9:45 a.m.; Sunday School  7:30 p.m., United Church  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL  11:00 a;m.,D(!y.otio��al  10 a.m., .Sunday  School  7:30 p.m.*, Evangelistic < Service  Tqes,,.7:30,-...'Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m., Young  People  .Sat., 7:30, Prayer  ~~Glad Tidings T^abejTiacle   k  9:45 a.m.,  Sunday School: yy  11 a.m.  Morning Worship  3 p.m.. Bible Foriim  7:30 p.iriiv Evangelistic Service  .Wednesday, T.p.mj',  Bible Class  Friday, 7:30 p.m. Rally  Sat., 7 p.m., Young Men's Action  Club  MORE WOMEN DRIVERS  iThe number of women who  drive or own cars has increased  tremendously. A Canadian Auto-  mbbile Chamber of Commerce  estimate reveals about a quarter  o[ the country's licensed car  drivers are of the. fair sex. And  aiout 20 percent of Canada's  automobiles are owned by women. -  PROFANE GAS  FURNACE   NOW  /���\-"A����|  _���  WRONG PERSON  Last week's police court news  h'entioried Joseph Latham as heir g before the court. This was  ii correct. It should have read  David Latham. Incomplete naming of the person charged resulted in the error.  Ak/kS^::?C'  $eCHELTTflEME  .  SHOWS START AT 8 p.m.  k OCTOBERy , ..���'������.'-Vkt=  Fri. 27 ��� Sat. 28 ��� Mon. 30  IJaines Stewart, Shirley Jones  I TWO RODE TOGETHER  We Specialize  in PROPANE  Furnace  Installations  UNITS TO FIT  EVERY HOME  HEATING & COOLING-UPFtOW  _i_�� i��v*-___J, ?&_&..__ _^_ife_  i��53  ON ALL MAKES OF  CARS    '.-���-  :���-. Anti Freeze and Oil  ROBERTS    CREEK  GARAGE  BILL SMITH  r      Ph.886-9850  Dukes & Bradshaw  1473 Pemiberton Ave., N. Van., Ph. YU 8-3443, YU 5-2844  d & S Sales & Service  Sechelt, Phone 885-9713  Gibsons Hardware  k   Gibsons, Phone 886-2442  AuthbrizedT ROCKGAS PROPANE Installers  Ken's If��  THIS  919  Phone 886-2563 .FREE DELIVERY  OPEN FRIDAYS TILL % p.m.

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