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Array Provincial LIbr  V&c$Gria, B. C.  just fine food  ��   'dANNTSXX  DINING kobiVI  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  SERVING   THE  GROWING  SUNSHINE   COAST  Published  in  Gibsons,  B.C.      Volume 15,  Number 38, October 5, 1961.  7c per copy  A Complete Line  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.   886-2116  ���   Gibsons,   B.C.  will hold  convention  The annual convention of teach  ers of School Districts 46, Sechelt, and 47, Powell River, will  take place on Fri. and Sat., Oct.  27 and 28. The meeting will start  at 9 a.m. in the School Hall, Sechelt, with registration and official welcome.  Section meetings will be held  Friday morning and afternoon.  Chairmen of the various study  groups will be: Dr. R. D. James,  mathematics;. Dr. R. R. Christian, elementary and junior high;  Mr. John Prior, Canadian College of Teachers, philosophy of  education; Dr. R. Clubb, English; Miss Burkitt, primary supervisor, primary; and Mr. Jo.in  E. Gibbard, social studies.  On Saturday Mr. Charles Ov-  ans will speak on B.C. Teachers'  Federation affairs and Mr. Al  Cartier, director of night schools i  Langley, will deal with the subject of programmed learning  and teaching machines.  At the windup luncheon, at 1  p.m. in the Legion Hall, Mr. G  E. Johnson, district superintendent, will be speaker. Chairman  of the convention committee is  Mr. Jack Fleming, of Trail Bay  Junior High School.  Revisions cut  costs  Thanksgiving  Day service  A  special service   on Thanksgiving Day has been announced  Further revisions to the hospital construction estimate have  been made and submitted to  BCHIS   officials  in  Victoria for  approval.  These revisions have been  made from design changes and  result in a considerable decrease  in the total cost of the hospital  project. This illustrates the control exercised over local hospital  planning committees   by BCHIS.  Over a period of many years  BCHIS has accumulated considerable information on the cost  Purse returned  Losing a purse containing more  than $230 is one thing but getting  it back with its contents untouched is one for the book.  RCMP report a Gibsons woman lost her purse on a Black  Ball Ferry one day this week.  It was found by one of Black  Ball employees and turned over  to the mate and later to terminal officials. Eventually it found  its way back to the owner.  Stuffing for  your  of building and equipping hospitals of all sizes. With this background BCHIS is able to assess  the correctness of hospital construction estimates .prepared by  local hospital boards.  This' saves any community  from being saddled with hospital  construction costs that cannot  be carried by the local population. To some extent this constant checking at every stage by  BCHIS represents a delay in the  construction of a hospital. However the people who must pay for  the hospital are protected from  errors which might be caused  by  local inexperience.  It is still hoped that the money  bylaw will be presented about  mid-November but this will depend completely on the date, approval is obtained from Victoria.  Meanwhile the construction committee is providing speakers for  any club or organization which  desires to learn of the progress  to date. As soon as construction  estimates have been approved,  public meetings will be scheduled in all communities.  A preliminary progress report  will be given in the Pende"r Harbour area at 8 p.m., Oct. 6, in  Madeira Park Community Hall.  Speakers can be obtained for  service or other club meetings  by contacting Mr. D. McNab.  Bank of Montreal, Sechelt.  ���couts get use of  Legion Boys camp  In co-operation with the Canadian Legion Provincial Command and the Mount Elphinstone  District    Council    of    the    Boy  Cavanagh attended a special  meeting of group chairmen and  officers of the Mount Elphinstone district concerning special  This recipe for Savory Rolled Oat Stuffing will go perfectly with your fresh B.C.  roasting chicken or turkey  you plan to bake jand serve  for  Thanksgiving.  Ingredients can be prepared  by the Sunshine Coast Christian and refrigerated overnight then  Scientists. ' .    k   comibined   and   placed   in the  New  unit  JRC  rmed  VkW. s. KIRKPATRICK, Montreal, Quebec, was elected president of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce at the 32nd  sinnual meeting at Halifax,  Oct. 2, 3 and 4. He was form-  " erly first national vice-president. Mr. Kirkpatrick is president of Consolidated Mining  and Smelting Company of Canada Limited. He was born in  Kingston, Ont., Oct. 28, 1903,  and was graduated from the  Royal Military College and  the University of Toronto as  a metallurgical engineer.  Soccer game  one  ; A selected team from the Gibsons and District Soccer club travelled to Sechelt to. play their  first exhibition game with the Se-  cjielt Indians on Sunday,. Sept.  24.    '   -ly.'i-  '���'; '      .   -���     -:.::-.  Scouts of Canada, all local Cub    issues. Mr. Ross and his family  __._,��� ...  . ..       arrived in Vancouver on Sept. 7  from St. John, N.B. He was provincial executive commissioner  in that province for the past 15  3?ears.  Those present were warmed  by his enthusiasm for Scouting in  British Columbia and believe Mr.  Ross will contribute greatly to  the onward progress of the Brotherhood of Scouts in this province and the Yukon.  Both Mr. Ross and Mr. Cav-  Aiagh were impressed with the  Mount Elphinstone District's decision to utilize the Canadian Legion campsite and expressed the  hope that leaders and boys make  full use of the property.  and Scout groups will have the  full use of the . property and  < buildings located at Roberts  Creek originally purchased by  the Legion for a boys camp.  In order to promote a greater  scope of program and outdoor activity for Scouting in Mt. Elphinstone District during summer  and .winter the council camping  committee for this area and  group chairmen negotiated with  the Legion Zone Commander,  Ron Haig for the use of this property.  Enthusiasm of all members of  the local council and local groups  is only exceeded by members of  the Canadian Legion Command  and Boy Scouts of Canada Provincial headquarters that this  property*" is now available towards its intended use of promoting healthful youth activity  in Mount Elphinstone District.  The property is now under the  sole direction of the Mount Elphinstone District Council in co-  . operation with the Canadian Legion Zone Commander.  Registration t>f Cubs v and  Scouts in this district totals over  130 and with the many private  ' property and government restrictions hampering training, the availability of this property of over  2 acres with beach access will  serve to enhance Scouting and  ease activity problems of the  leaders.  J. "Percy" Ross accompanied  by   field   commissioner    B.    T.  ( The Gibsons , team was not at  A  new organization  has been    $f- .strenStJl   and was defeated  ���orn    The Roberts Creek Helps -3-     "?   a   ver.y   exiting    game  Local   members   have   invited    ^ird" ^ beforeyou pop it into..   _ame into being last Tuesday in    which proved, to the local.team  the public to attend ta^ y    y =i  __-.���_-   ^n,i/��' ,.rhir>h ���'mill  TM^hp-M '������ ������*;���_   l^^l1^^-f^^n-i'n^��ar-ir-''iri-,~rt .'nas.-'   V__ _     ...  -   ���   ������-.    ^ '���'_����     ''''m  New hospital  giving service which will be held    j_e ba^^Wparat^^ririyai cas  the    Roberts   Creek   United    .serole.  Savory Rolled  Oat   Stuffing  1  k cup chopped onion  Vz cup butter or margarine  Vz cup chopped canned mushrooms  3      cups rolled pats      ���  1      cup soft bread crumbs  in    _..- .   ,,  Church October 9 at 11 a.m. No  collection of any kind is taken  at this service.  The lesson-sermon for the, day  will be on the subject of "Thanksgiving" with the text from Psalm  107: "Oh that men would praise  the Lord for his goodness,  and'   2 to 3 strips bacon, diced  for his  wonderful works  to the     Wz teaspoons salt  children   of men!   And let them  sacrifice the sacrifices of thanksgiving,   arid   declare   his  works  with rejoicing."  Mrs. J. Warn when some 33 pu  pils formed a Junior Red Cross  Club with Don MacKenzie as  president, Ann Service, secretary  Ken Bland, treasurer and Don  Marsh, publicity. The secretary's  first duty was to write to the  director in Victoria for information as to how to proceed with  fit fprrcdmpe-r  m; _  titi^e. games.  Scorers for Sechelt were Stan  Joe, 'jLloyd Jackson and Herby  August and for Gibsons, Jock  Bennett. Sechelt played a clean  arid hard game and Gibsons is  looking forward to meeting them  in a return game at the Elphin-  itlined  progress outline*  Gibsons branch of St. Mary's  Hospital auxiliary held its September meeting at the home of  Mrs. R. Adams with a' large  number of members present.  John Harvey of the new hospital committee related the lat-  the  'helping'  which is the   goal    stone High School grounds when    <est developments of the propos  LEGION ZONE MEETING  A zone meeting will be held  by the Royal Canadian Legion  for the Elphinstone area on Oct  21 in the Legion Hall at Gibsons.  Lunch will be served at 1 p.m.  and the meeting will follow. Various items will flome up for discussion and plans will be made  for the development of future  programs, of  the Legion.  New mail route  Tenders are being called for a  mail carrier to service a new  rural route which will cover the  Francis , Peninsula, William H.  Payne, Coast-Capilano Conservative M.P.   reports.  The route will be 20.1 miles in  length and will operate from the  Madeira Park - Post office. A  portion of Halfmoon Bay R.R. 1  will be incorporated in. this new  service, 90 patrons in all will be  serviced by this new route which  will be daily except Sunday.  Authorities are hopeful the service will commence within the  next few weeks.  teaspoons poultry seasoning  Va teaspoon   pepper  Vz cup hot water or mushroom liquid  1 Brown onion in butter. Add  mushrooms;   ' brown     slightly.  Add     rolled     oats and  bread  crumbs. Stir in bacon and seasonings.   Add  liquid and   mix  well.    Lightly     stuff     cavity.  Makes 5 cups stuffing���enough  for 4 to 5 pound roasting chicken. Recipe is simple to double  or triple for turkey.  of the club. The club dues will  not be prohibitive but will cover,  among other things, a subscription to the Junior Red Cross riia-  gazine. The club is made up of  the Gibsons team will be at full  strength on Sat., Oct. 14 at 12:30  p.m.  No, admission is charged to this  game but a silver collection will  grades 3, 4 and 5 pupils and they    be tfkfen to hel? Purchase equip-  meet on Tuesday afternoons. m^nt for J"vemle soccer-  Mr;   and  Mrs.   S.   Bennet   re-       ��nce again all new adults and  ed hospilaL  The regional meeting and annual convention were discussed.  Mrs. J. Inglis will attend the  regional meeting of auxiliaries in  North Vancouver accompanied  by Mrs. L. Nygren. Mrs. Inglis  will also attend the annual con-  TV booster  to be built  William H. Payne, Coast-Capilano Conservative M.P. reports  that he has been advised that the  TV booster transmitter to be located on Jap Mountain, Vancouver Island, has been approved  by the Board of Broadcast Governors   and   granted   Channel   9.  This channel also has the approval of the Canadian-United  States committee controlling the  allotment of wave lengths.  Mr. Payne was further advised that the CBC is now completing details and expect to call for  tenders within the next month.  The tentative date for completion ��� of this channel which wJlli  ^re-tcansmit^BjC^jirogjanis is .set  for the middle of August, 1962.  The CBC in Vancouver reports  that tenders which could not be:  called for  until this  action was  taken will be called at once and:  the   project   will   go   ahead   as  quickly as possible. Normal production  schedule should put station   on   air next  summer.  Further details will be released when.  ' contracts  are signed.  turned from Vancouver last week    kiddies are welcome to join this    vention to be held in October in  bringing with them for a short  visit, her sister, Mrs. J. Johnston. "  POTTERY CLUB  Roberts Creek Pottery has  opened again for anyone interested in ceramics. It is well  equipped with materials for beginners or experienced workers,  with plenty of clay on hand, a  kiln, spray gun for glazing and  both kick and electric wheels.  Thursday afternoon is the time  and the Finnerty house is the  place., Visitors are welcome. On  hand, as well as clay, is a loom  just begging to be used.  TURKEY DINNER  The annual DeMolay Mothers  Circle turkey dinner will be  held Saturday evening starting  at' 7 o'clock in Gibsons Legion  Hall. This annual event has become one of the foremost Thanks  giving functions for this,area  Tickets are still available.  Convention to  hear Pearson  Highlighting the forthcoming  B.C. Liberal party convention  scheduled for Oct. 13 and 14 in  Victoria, will be an address by  Hon. Lester B. Pearson, leader  of the Liberal party in Canada.  The address will be given at the  wind-up banquet Oct. 14.  Commenting on the convention, the acting president, Robert M. Hayman said that preliminary reports from the party's 42  provincial constituency associations indicate a lively and well-  attended  meeting.  The agenda includes the election of officers, revision of the  constitution, consideration of  resolutions dealing with party  policy, organization and the consideration of a major fund-raising drive.  club and in case you are interested practice times are Sat., 1A  a.m. for adults and Sundays af  1:30 p.m. for juveniles. Plans are  in progress for the first soccer  movie show for the end of October Or first week in November.  Hotel Vancouver.  This group welcomes all interested women to join with its  members and attend the next  meeting at 8 pan. Oct. 12 at the  home of Mrs. R. Macdonald on  Glen Road.  EXTRA HOLIDAY BUS SERVICE  Lv Sechelt  Lv Gibsons  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th  4:30 p.m.    Lv Vancouver   7:45 p.m.  5:10 p.m.  Ar Vancouver   7:15 p.m.  Ar Gibsons  Ar Sec&elt  9:55 p.m.  10:35 p.m.  Many sign up  for concert  Overture Concerts membership drive now underway shows1  progress and it is expected that  this year's series of concerts;  will draw the same excellent  audiences as in past years. This,  year's president, W. S. Potter,  is confident this year's program  will be every bit as good as  those of the last four years.  Convenors for the Roberts  Creek area are Mrs. Ruth Marsh:  and Mrs. A. E. Tidball and thoy  are now accepting memberships  Convenors in other areas from-.  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  will report their progress at the  next   meeting   of  the   executive-  MONDAY, OCTOBER 9fch  Lv Sechelt 4:30 pum.  Lv Gibsons 5:10 pjm.  Ar Vancouver      7:15 p_m.  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT LTD.  GLASSES  FOUND  A pair of bifocal glasses were  picked up on Gower Point road  Saturday by Fred Strom and  brought to the office of the Coast  News. The owner can claim them  there.  Scouts take in engineering Field Day  September Tine month        me.Lee.* woman, secheu  ���Although temperatures were  slightly cooler than normal, September 1961 ended as a typieal-  ly average fall month. Bright  warm skies during the day, and  cool    overnight    temperatures  Total   Rainfall  Days with   rain ,  High Temperature  Lowest Temperature  Mean Temperature  made September a very feasant  month.-It was also interesting tov  note that both July.and August  had higher rainfall than did September, 3.61 inches and 3.74 inches respectively. ..., ,  1961  _  Normal  Extreme  2.74  in.  2.95 in.  6.14 ('59)  10  11  17  C59)  79  (13th)  .."79  84  C55)  35  38  35  ���(*61)  55  57  55  ('61  , '59)  Looking forward to October we  can expect about five inches  of  The Leech Woman, Sechelt  Theatre's midnight show preceding Thanksgiving Day has among  its' stars Grant Williams, Coleen  Gray, Philip Terry, Gloria Talbot, John Van Dreelan, Estelle  Hemsley and Kim- Hamilton.  Dracula's famous femme relatives and all of the other gory  gals of- the screen must move  over and make room in their  hall of infamy for this newcomer  of chill dispensers.  The scene is Africa and concerns the search for rejuvenation. It is described as a horrcr-  dripping tale that will .haunt you  On Saturday a party of  boys of the 1st Gibsons Boy  Scout Troop, escorted by  Mr. H. O. Hincks of the Gibsons Kiwanis Club artd assistant Scout Master Al Raynor  were guests of the Kiwanis  Club and the Royal Canadian  School of Military Engineering at a field day at Camp  Chilliwack. Scout Barry  Quarry reports  on  the trip.  mid month, and the first appreciable   snow   should   appear   on  rain,   perhaps even  a   trace   of    Mount  Elphinstone. Tfien  again,    foreverT It   is   a   British   film  ���snow.   Most   certainly   we   will    Indian  summer   might  be  with    Showing starts at midnight Sun  experience our first  frost" about    us, as in September. day.  On Sept. 30, 13 of 1st Gibsons  Boy Scouts journeyed to Langdale where they would begin a  trip to Chilliwack to the RCSME.  We boarded the 5 aim. ferry  and soon arrived at Horseshoe  Bay. At this point we boarded a  chartered  bus   which transport-  some more boys and then went to  have breakfast m a downtown  cafe. At 8:3d a_a. we left the  cafe and changed into a larger  bus and travelled non-stop to  Chilliwacfc.  Upon arriving at the camp we  proceeded to an auditorium  .where we were ^dit into groups.  The approximate number of boys  was 20 and aQ of them were taken by trucks to the shooting  range.  There was a short welcoming  by the officer in command and  we were shown a display of rockets. This rocket:is used to secure cables across ravines etc.,  for building bridges. A few soldiers gave - a demonstration of  target shooting with' some automatic rifles.  After lunch we were taken in  ed us into Vancouver.  In   Vancouver   we   picked   up    groups to many other parts of    thank greatly  the camp. We toured through the  museum and through the Military  Trades Building into the various  classrooms.  We went to Cultus Lake where  upon arrival boarded small  boats and travelled across the  lake and back. The boys, with  directions from the soldiers, built  a bridge across a channel of water and were given a talk on the  use of a large pontoon raft. The  men then gave a display of the  launching of a large'type of  raft after which we. saw a film  entitled "The March of the Colors." This wound up the exciting  program so we had supper in the  mess, hall and then/.boarded  buses and headed home.  This all expense paid' trip was  spsnsored by the Gibsons Kiwanis   Club   whom   all   the   Se��uts  - Barry Quarry. :.;j_V&V^  "J   ... _  *���,.   .  V  ���    Coast   News,  Oct.   5,   1961.  The Timid Soul  A WEBSTEB CLASSIC  Wxt (Boast News  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-  iper   Association,   B.C.   Weekly  Newspaper   Association  and  B.C  eekly   Newspapers  Advertising  Bureau,  608-1112   W.   Pender  St.,  ancouver, B.C.  Rates of Subscription, .3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher. '   .  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  Fairness essential  The start of another TV network in Canada, no matter how small,  should be regarded with general satisfaction. CBC-TV has had an exclusive field in Canada for so long it has placed itself in the position  where it has needed some sort of leavening in some of its home-  anade products.  In some respects its topical subjects have achieved a type of TV  .journalism which should be avoided. Instead of presenting the entire  .picture of the subject, it has presented one phase only and one which  .somehow or other did not place constituted authority in a fair light.  In these troubled times, authorities, while not asking for wholehearted support should at least receive fair treatment. One recent  example of unfairness was the argument in favor of the treatment  ���of criminals. We were taken back to the days when criminals were  hung, drawn and quartered for minor crimes. This was good to a  point but it left a one-sided view as the theme developed. Selected  -experts were brought in to expound their views but at no point was  a counter-acting element, the views of those directly responsible for  law and order, given any serious consideration.  A more recent spectacle was that of what was felt to be the innocence of a hanged man. Everybody who thought him innocent was  given time to express their feelings. How about the other side? Why  leave doubt in the minds of the public. Present the whole case, for  and against or leave it alone. That would be the fairest way.  CBC in the past has done some fine things but to some observers it would appear that the trend lately has been a mite too much  in the direction of following the sensational. Such a trend is not con-  .fined to CBC-TV. It also appears in other communications media,  therefore CBC should not be blamed too heartily for this trend but  it should be curbed before it gets out of hand. To rush in where angels fear to tread might result in a TV scoop but when the rushing-in  creates unfairness it is time some leavening was injected into thinking. Tearing down, of authority is a nice game for people seeking a  certain type of fame but such fame while favoring the seeker does  -a considerable amount of harm to the rest of the community. ���  PERHAPS ID BETTER THROW  THIS AWAY AND EAT   A  t-VANDFUL OF C5RASS  INSTEAD; xk  .vnVXV^V1.^  MR MILQUETOAST/ A^OUT  ������.k , TO E"AT AN  ORANGE,  , t REMEMBERS READIN6THAT  ../GRASSCONTAINS MORE  *. vM; VlTAM INS THAN FRO IT  Hospital insurance shared  A house never got built. A drugs, operating room and re-  promising teenager,, couldn't lated services. They are also  go  to  college-, A long-awaited    .covered  for   radiotherapy   and  Golden Seal in demand  Every 15 hours!  Throughout the year, fire strikes an average of 170 Canadian  homes every day. Every 15 hours, fire takes a life somewhere in  .Canada.  The tragic thing about these fires is that thousands of them could  Itave been avoided. They should never have happened! It is as a re-  minder of this fact that the nation is observing Fire Prevention Week  .from Oct. 8 to 14. -s^k ':v'k .vkk'k-ik^k^^''-^  Nearly one-fourth of all fires in this country are caused by match-  nes and careless smoking, the Canadian Underwriters' Association  xeports; another 20 percent are the result of misuse of electrical  .^equipment.  Each year the Queen, by proclamation, sets-aside the week containing Oct. 9 as Fire Prevention Week in Canada.  Last year, in this country, fire took the lives of over 560 persons, with over 230 of these being children.  Fire losses in Canada have exceeded $124,000,000 for the second  Tear in a row, with the total climbing substantially each year.  An every day chore  ^*T' A child swallows poison, a camper gets poison ivy, a housewife  "spills boiling water on her hand ��� these and>many other problems  face the community pharmacist every day.  Well might the pharmacist be called health consultant to the  community and his pharmacy known as a health information center.  The pharmacist must be alert to the demands and requests not only  of his neighbors and his patrons, but of physicians as well. Both have,  -come to depend on him as a source of information.  The pharmacist is ready. He knows that the public health in his  ���community is part of his responsibility. He accepts his role as public health educator and sees to it that he has on hand not only the  medical needs of his community but materials that tell how to improve health.  So, during National Pharmacy Week we say, "Thank you, Mr.  JPharmacist, for a job well done."  /  A way to true peace  Today,     as     never     before,  :men's hearts are hungry. Men  .of all races   are   reaching out  ..and    fighting    for    something  -deeper than the world's concept  -al peace. In short,  it is peace  ���of heart that must be won. Is  .���anot peace  of  heart   and  mind  the quest and the goal of every  pilgrim  on earth? The deeper  meaning,   the   higher   purpose,  the holier message of Thanksgiving reveal the way to this  txue peace.  David of old was gratefully  ��conf ident that his needs would  .-.always be supplied wheh he  said, "Thou", preparest a table  Ibefore me in the presence of  mine enemies." Mindful of the  pitfalls, 'dangers, and needs  common to man, he could yet  affirm, "The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not wiant."  There have been countless  -victories over difficulties, resulting from the gratitude for  past blessings which has upheld  faith in God through dark experience-. What human heart  <*mt knows a Wilderness experience? But not the bitter experience itself should stand  out    as    all-important.    What  kind of a soldier am I? is the  vital question.  New faith springs up as one  reads again of the triumphs of  such God-inspired characters  as Moses, Elijah, David,  Daniel.  The Psalmist gave simple, direct counsel in his well-known  words, "Enter into his gates  with thanksgiving, and into his  courts with praise." A rule it  is, and a command also. It is  as if he had said that gratitude  takes one inside the gates of  God's: kingdom on earth, and  praise brings one into His presence. It .takes both gratitude  and joy, both thanksgiving and  praise to God, to gain the certain realization of the very  presence -of infinite Love,' where  burdens dr.-p^ away and new  blessings appear.  The importance of being  grateful now, even in the very  midst of difficulties, should be  remembered, if one desires to  gain victory-over them.     '  What peace comes tp those  who, though standing in the  midst' of earth's storms, feel the  presence of God with them.���  The Christian Science Monitor, trees.  By A. J. C.  We became interested in  .growing the medicinal plant  Golden Seal many years ago.  Professor J. Davidson, botanist  at ��� the U.B.C. at the time  knew the plant and its value  and encouraged those who  were willing to try it on the  coast. It was through the tabulation of growers that he made  that we were listed at Victoria  and if we seem to have a monopoly of the supply of plants  today it is through others dropping out rather than our own  iseeking, and it is of no great  value. About eight years ago  the National Research Council  of Qttawa sent me a near-frantic telegram, with "rush!"  stamped all over it, asking for  n'lants which they had failed-to  find anywhere else. So they  came to Gibsons! I believe that  pleased me more than the little bit of money it brought in!  We complied, sent them a hundred and were paid in due  course. Just recently another  fifty went to college in Ontario ��� for experimental purposes we understand: Request?  for information come in at intervals from far and near.  ^* ^* *i*  Golden Seal, a plant of  many other common names, is  Hydrastis Cana dense to those  use the lu^eful'fbinomial naming  given'us i'; by the old Swedish  botanist Linneaus. It is a native of the eastern states from  Pennsylvania southward. It's  value is in the powerful alkaloid contained in the root  which is the active agent in  an ointment prepared from it  for healing cuts, bruises, etc  It was in use by the natives  of North America before Columbus sailed, and they gave  it to the paleface.  *    *    *  It belongs to the Ranuncu-  lacea, commonly called the  Crowfoot family from the shape  of the leaves, a family that includes such unlike plants as  the wild Buttercup and the  garden Peony. Golden Seal is  a true sylvage or savage as  we use the word today, a wild  dweller on the forest. Treated  as a garden plant it refuses  to grow unless woodla"hd conditions are imitated by the use  of slats or lattice-work to provide shade ��� about 75% with  isunlight 25%.  Preferring natural conditions we grew it in our shelter-  belt and, with some mistakes  charged to experience succeeded in increasing our stock and  bringing  it to maturity to be  Gems of Thought  The words of some men are  thrown forcibly against you  and adhere like burs.  ���Henry David Thoreau  Words are an attempt to  grip and dissect that which in  ultimate essence is as ungrip-  pable  as a  shadow.  ���Samuel Butler  He who wants to persuade  should put. his trust, not in the  right argument, but in the  right word. ��� Joseph Conrad  Inconsistency   is   shown   by  words   withoyt   deeds,   which  are  like   clouds   without rain.  ���Mary Baker Eddy  The   finest   words   in   the  world are only vain sounds if  you cannot understand them.    .  ���Anatole France  Skort words are best and the  old words when, short are best  of all: ��� Winston S Churchill  A single tree can produce'  a million matches ��� a single  match   can destroy  a   million  dug, washed, dried and shipped. The Fine Chemical Co. of  Toronto was our main market,  with some shipments going to  Cominso of Montreal. After  the war -the price fell low and  under pressure of other work  our plantation was left to go  wild ��� which is not fatal in  the case of a wild plant.  We did not make a fortune  by growing Golden Seal, but  neither did we lose, and I  proved the point of one who  loves the woods ��� that while  our trees are growing toward  their own value it is possible,  without sacrificing one, to  grow a useful and valuable  crop amidst them.  holiday was never taken.  These were some of the casualties of a by-gone era when  heavy ' hospital expensfes could  wreck many plans for the future.  The coining" of hospital insurance in 1958 ended^ this era  for Canadians. Today,' all ten  provinces and two territories  of Canada work with the federal government in providing  their citizens With hospital insurance protection. Young or  old, married or single, families  or individuals, Canadians can  rest easier, cushioned against  sudden ruinous expense.  The program was launched  July 1, 1958 under the Hospital  Insurance and Diagnostic Services Act passed by parliament  in 1957. The act enabled the  provinces and the federal government to make agreements  and act jointly in their programs. V"  �� The federal government, using money from '��� general revenue funds, pays 'about half of  the provincial costs of the program across the country. In  the current fiscal year alone,  $270 million has been set aside  for this purpose by the federal  government.  What do Canadian taxpayers  iget for this expenditure? Actually,  a great deal.  The act stipulates that the  provinces must provide Canadians with in-patient services  including accommodation and  .meals, nursing services, diagnostic procedures such as x-ray  and   laboratory  facilities,   also  physiotherapy; and entitled to.  the services of hospital personnel. All of these services come  under the heading of "in-patient" services and do not differ from out-patient services  except to the extent that the  provinces choose to implement  them, since but-patient' services  are optional,    .*.,...  Each s province decides how  far it wants to go in this field.  So far the range of out-patient  services varies from province  to province from no services  at all to limited emergency, or  to a fairly complete array of  out-patient services.  Hospital insurance is available to all residents of the  province regardless of nationality, age, income or other circumstances.  Tourists, people passing  through or visitors to provinces can't claim protection.  But residents can get services  when visiting outside their  home provinces, under stated  circumstances which vary from  ' province to province.  yNever before has this typa  of care been offered to Canadians on similar terms���either  by voluntary, commercial or  provincial agencies.  The hospital insurance assures everyone adequate health,  protection all-year round ��� as  well as peace of mind regarding health problems���and hospital  expenses.  50 cents out of every dollar  earned in B.C. comes directly  or indirectly from the forests.  m  whenever you need it!  It's nice to know that if you should need money in a hurry,  your Canada Savings Bonds are cashable instantly. It's also  nice to know that, as long as you retain them, the interest  steps up*fr<*m 4^%7or<l)tevj$��^^��&.-/ft��-.^% for eanhof  the .next six years, and then to 5% for each of the remaining  three years.**^      \y -~kS  .' \ .".  Available in denominations of $50 upi���-to aiimit;ofr$10,000  per person ��� for cash or on instahrtemteat'bariks, investment  dealers, stock brokers..trust or loan companies ��� or on the  convenient Payroll Savings Plan.  BUY THE NEW  good for You-and Canada too! By Bert Garside and Jim  Hoult  Chief  BowMng  Instructors  Double Diamond Advisory  '���'���;���'������' Council  THE ART OF GRIPPING  THE BALL  y��*gw��gf>'A#'#7<P�����:���vrr^Tr^fW^^v^  Note  the  hollow space  between palm and ball   .  Picking up the ball  Your bowling game starts  the moment you pick up the  ball from the rack. And, if you  don't pick it up correctly, your  bowling game is liable to stop  abruptly that same moment  while you nurse a set of bruised  fingers.  When picking up the ball,  for safety reasons always mako  sure you keep your fingers and  thumb toward the sides of the  rack. If you allow them to slip  between two balls, another ball  sailing back down the return  rack can give the,m a nasty  crack.  Regulation bowling balls  are five inches in diameter,  and weigh three pounds eight  ounces., Many lanes, however,  have some.balls which may be  a quarter of an inch smaller,  and several ounces lighter. If  a smaller ball seems more  comfortable in your hand, use  it. But, once you have chosen  one size of ball, stick to it.  Changing the weight of ball  can throw your game right off.  To pick the bail up, lay your  hand over the top of it. Then,  ispread your four fingers down  along one side of the ball, your  thumb down the other side.  Youngsters, and people with  small hands often need to use  both hands to lift the ball from  the rack.  For a proper grip, you  should hold the ball in your  hand firmly, but not too tensely, in the same position in  which you picked it up from!  the rack. Your fingers should  be spread normally around the  ball, with your thumb as high  LAND   ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND .  In Land Recording District of  New Westminster and situate in  the village of Gibsons.  Take notice that R. H. Hammond, of Gibsons, occupation  log salvage, intends to apply for  a lease of the following described 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.  [BOSTON, LOS ANGELES  LONDON  .    THE,  .Christian  "���Science'  Monitor  _     --iAN. INTERNATIONAL  DAILY.  NEWSPAPER  Interesting  Accurate  Complete  International News Coverage  The'Christian Science Monitor  One Norway St., Boston 15, Mass.  Send your newspaper for the ,ttm��  checked.    Enclosed   find   my- check  or  money order..    ��� 1 year $22.  D 6 months $11      Q3 months $5.50  Name  Addr.-i  up on the side of it as comfortably possible.  When  you   are   holding  the  ball correctly, there should be  -a small hollow space between  it leaves your hand. '    ,  A handy way to check ?f  you are gripping properly is  to turn .your hand upside  down, while still holding the  bail. If the ball drops on your  toe ��� you were palming it.  not gripping with your fingers.  All lanes provide towels,  and: spine device -to ( moisten  your hands. ,".-.      ; ...... y  For a proper grip, your  hands should carry just a  slight; trace of moisture. If  they're too moist, the ball will  your palm and the; ball, which  is actually resting on your  fingertips.  The ball should al  ways be delivered off the fingers, not oil" the pa_m. if you  are "palming-' the ball, you  can't control ihe exact moment  have a ''greasy" ieei; if they're  too. dry, -your lingers wont  grip tigntly. and the ball will  slip away before you are ready  to deliver it.  If you moisten, and then dry  your hands each time before  you pick up the ball, you can  be sure that your fingers; will  have the .same traction each  time you roi��  A proper stance at the beginning involves much more  than just getting onto your  two feet behind the foul line.  When you take up your position, hold the  ball   chest-high  in   front   of  you.  If you  are  right-handed, you will be gripping it in that hand, with the  other hand just touching it, to  help support and steady it.  t Take  up  a   comfortable,  relaxed     portion,;; witli     tfouty  shoulders   squared* ^parallel-' to y  your target. Your feet  should  be     slightly    "toed-in,".   with  Coast  News,   Oct.  5, 1961.  3  How ladies and youngsters  with small hards should  pick up ihe ball  your toes pointing toward the  target. Both knees should be  just slightly bent.  If you are going to step off  with your left foot, have it extended an inch or two forward,  with the bulk of your weight  on your right foot. If you stand  with your weight evenly distributed (as most bowlers do)  this means an extra movement  to make, as you must shift  your weight anyway, before  you take your first step.  .,.. Now, you're ready to ..begin  your approach.  Next:  Politeness among the  5-pins.  SILVER  ANNIVERSARY  On Sat., Sept 24th, Mr. and  Mrs. George Hill were surprised when a party in honor of  their 25th wedding annivers-  ry, planned by their daughter  an her husband Mr. and Mrs.  Jimmy Smith, was held at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris  Nygren.  The evening was spent in  dancing to the accordion music  of Morris Nygren.  Refreshments   were   served,  topped by a beautiful decorated    anniversary    cake,    whichi  was cut by Mrs. Hill and passed to all the guests.  IOOF Sunshine Coast Lodge  No.  76  Meets  High-Croft,  Selma Park,  2nd and  4th  Friday  each ,month  FOR SALE  Electric Light Plant  This plant in excellent condition is being sold because power lines have reached Egmont. It is priced at $200 F.O.B. Egmont." Prospective buyers can  contact Bill Blakely at Egmont.  OF WORTH!  CHEVROLET  A GENERAL MOTORS VALVE  NEW FROM  DIESEL TO DAZZLE!  '62  Chevrolet  New CORVAIR-95 COR-  VAN. Sure-footed rear-  en gined hauler that totes  191 cu. ft. of cargo on an  easy-handling 95' wheel'  base.  New FLEETS IDE PICKUP.  Most modern version of  Canada's most popular  pickup. Bodies are grain-  tight and up to 9 feet long.  WITH NEW  Here they are ��� handsome, functional  '62 Chevrolet trucks powered to work  harder in every weight class. Hefty, new  V8's with the highest torque in Chevrolet history. New Diesel brawn for 15  imported medium-duty models. And.  now, Chevy's hard-working High-Torque  261 Six is available in light-duty models.  There's a wider choice of power, a wider  choice-of torcfue, across the board. For  heaviesTthere's the new High-Torque 409  V8*, with 16>_ per cent more torque than ever  before available from Chevrolet. Big news in  the middleweight class is the new, imported  Chevy-GM 4-53 Diesel. In the light-duty lineup, the High-Torque 261 Six* adds new sock,  new savings in extra-tough applications. All  told, you can pick from nine rarin'-to-work,  ready-to-save '62 Chevrolet truck engines.  Handsome new work-styling includes  forward-sloping hoods that allow drivers to  see as much as 10>_-feet more of the road  directly ahead. Chevrolet's famous independent Front Suspension gives you the  smoothest riding, easiest working trucks in  the business. Rugged new IrBeam front axles  are optional* on heavyweight models.  You'll find a total of 198 models in the new '62  Chevy line���including the work-proved, ver-   ���  satiJe Corvair 95's. Ever.y model is built to  out-haul, out-last and out-value any other  truck at anywhere near, the price. See your  Chevrolet dealer 1  ���Optional at extra cost    '������ See your local authorized Chevrolet^ dealer  New imported SERIES 60 DIESEL  Diesel savings and sure Chevy  durability. New 17,000-1 b. hypoid  rear axle now available on D60-H'  models.  New SERIES 80 TANDEM. Best  choice for the big ones I Has extra-  rugged K-braced<ladder frame and  true-tracking Eaton-Hendrickson  tandem bogie.  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD,  WILSON CREEK  city  Zone  PHONE 885-2111  State  PB-1��  -Watch the Chevy Show. Tuesday nights over CBC-TV. Check your local paper for fine awl cbanne!. I  i  i  WE PICTURE THE CUTEST KIDS  AND YOUR'S ARE THE  CUTEST IN TOWN  GRAY STUDIO  Ph. 885-2030  Automobile Painting  AND  Collision Repairs  OUR SPECIALTY  COME IN FOR A FREE ESTIMATE  ON PAINTING YOUR CAR  OUR PRICES CAN'T BE BEAT  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd.  YOUR LOCAL GENERAL MOTORS DEALER  KEEP LOCAL PEOPLE EMPLOYED  SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE  New tMtiMk VIEW residence  Plumbing and.' fixtures installed by  Gibsons Plumbing & Heating  Ph.:886-2460  _  New Wilkins ConstructionCo.  Georgia] View Home  DRY WALL ��� LATHING ��� INSULATION  By  Central Dri-Wall & Lathing Co  Gibsons ��� 886-2481  ,  you're invited  to inspect  -   \.  OPEN  Allison Way -  Sunshine Coast's finest  area  i^-i  it  it  you are invited to inspect  this fine, new, modern  home open from Saturday, October   8  just  completed for Mr. & Mrs  Stanley Mason.  Wilkins Construction Co  GIBSONS, B.C.  A. M. Mackay, sales representative  Exclusive Sales Agents  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  G^sons, phone 886-2481  ��  yy/.   ;. yy 4       Coast ?Jews,ypetse5i 1961.  WANT ADS ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  *mMmwM&!eM*mm\tv\0*  ASPHALTfill  FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON  DRIVEWAYS ��� PATIOS ��� PARKING LOTS  SERVICE STATIONS, etc.:  Phone 8S6-2SOO or 886-2178��� Gibsons  *_    *>  Electrical work  done by  McPhedran Electric  Allied Trading Corporation  OFBG. LTD.  105 West Broadway. Vancouver, B.C.  Suppliers of wall-to-wall carpet and built-ins  for  Wilkins Construction Co.  k; ;iii     1 '.i.'i\i ,"'->>��. )<iJi:j X  FUEL OIL  Supplied by  SHELL  OIL CO.  KIEWITZ  GIBSONS, B.C.  Interior & Exterior  PAINTING  J. J. Rogers & Son  I  Building Materials  for this home  supplied by  Gibsons Building Supplies  Gibsons COMING  EVENTS  ;iy_;l2y||'  Oct.   6, 'Roberts   Creek: Legion*  LrA7 Rummage siale, 2 p.m7     "  - < Oct-/* 7^DeMolay. Mothers? > Circle,-  Turkey   dinner,  7   p.m.,   Legion  Hall, Gibsons.  Oct?yi<), V|$^yhisl^  p.rg_.gJ!Hr.l| ��6ttage_  .coined ;    rk ���'��� -V  Oct. 11, St. Aidan's Church Hall,  Roberts yCreek.   tVhist  Drive>   8  ��� p.m. .,'"��� '���������; '���       -C        ..'"' '���������'���  RobertsV Creek School Parents  Auxiliary, meeting for October is  postponed until Mon., Oct. 16, 8  p.m. ��� >��� '���'*'- ���;. i'-' ��������� ������-       '������������-'. ���  Nov. 18, O.E.S. 'Trip Around the  World' Fall Bazaar, School Hall.  2 to 4 p.m., Don't miss it.  BINGO ��� BINGO ��� BINGO  Nice prizes and Jackpot  Every Monday at 8 p.m. in the  vGibsons, Legion ,Hall.. ���.. .   .  CARD  OF THANKS ;  Mr.' and Mrs. George Hill wish  to thank all their friends for the  wonderful surprise party given  in honor of their silver wedding  anniversary, aridyyfor all the  beautiful cards arid "gifts.  DEATH NOTICE  LAINE ��� Passed away Oct. 2,  1961, Lauri Teuvo Laine of Francis Peninsula, Pender Harbour,  B.C. Survived by his loving wife  Tuulikki; 1 sister in Ontario.  Funeral service Sat., Oct. 7 at  1 p.m. from Madeira Park.Hall,  Canon Alan Greene officiating.  Interment Forest View Cemetery  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  directors.  ROY ��� Passed away Sept. 28,  1961, Joseph Anicet Roy, aged  42 years, of Port Mellon* B.C.  Survived by his mother, Mrs. Joseph Roy, Rimouski, Que., 4 sisters, Mrs. Alice Pouliot, Mrs. El-  mire Lafresnaye, Mrs. Marie  Pauie Duchesne, all of Quebec,  sister Mary, Hyacinte, Que.; ten  brothers, Dollard, Antonio,  Maurice, Rosario, Raoul, George  Hilaire, Lionel, Normand, all of  Quebec, Marc Alphonse, Ont.,  John, Port Mellon, B.C. Graveside funeral service Tuesday,  Oct. 3,1961, 1 p.m., from the Seaview Cemetery, Gibsons, B.C.  Rev. Father O'Grady officiating.  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  directors.  WORK WANTED       .        y  Experienced   cook.  Ph.  886-9328.  Housekeeper, baby sitter, day or  night,   also' handyman  for rodd  -jobs.   Phone  Tina,   886-2520   be-,  tween 5 and 7 p.m.  Farm and garden work done,  also pruning. ' G. Charman, 'Ph.  886-9862. '      ���  FOUND  MISC. FOR SALE (Continued)  'V     *ki,.     J'���*��&,&:���*:  ���     :       "   . ���  1957 Monarch Lucerne, 2 door  hardtop, good shape. Older car  in trade.  Phone  886-9984.  New stock  arriving most everyday ..������ ,    /  ... Ourr prices,,, are .^better in every  S |j feWay. . -���:,y'^.^fs,.';: i.  * "Yditf-get mote-$6f what you pay.  Make me prove, the  things we  say. ��� i   ':'  y EARL'Sy AGENCIES  ������������:>':���.      >   Gibsons  1944 2 ton flatdeck Chev truck,  stake sides, duals, rebuilt motor.  15,000 miles, good condition. $150  cash. Phone; 886-9984. y  1 Dubtherm twin oil pot burner,  like new, $70 or good trade; 1  chest of Nobility silverware,  brand new. Phone 886-2042.     ;  1 mixmaster, 1 elec. kettle*; 2  swivel lamps, waffle iron, vegetable grinder, 1 French fry cutter, ���'_" glass coffee pot arid warmer, 5 children's story books,-  (new),- women's winter clothes,  16 & 18, 4 Teach Yourself books  (new), Brownie camera, barometer, strong log dog kennel. Ph  886-2477.  .Chickens, 50c -each. Swabey, Henry Road,  Gibsons.   Ph.  886-9657.  ROGERS PLUMBING SUPPLIES  Gibsons, B.C.        Phone 886-2092  Wholesale and   Retail - *  1   used  Rheem  Rockgas  range,  white enamel, like new, used a  few  months $95  ..White enamel   space heater  $35  3 other space heaters $25  I Gurney combination wood and  elec. range, $119  II oil ranges   from $29 to $139..  1 hot air basement oil furnace,  $49, looks like new.  4 electric   ranges,. $59 to   $145.  :     No junk  1 General Electric 2 compartment frig, revolving shelves, fully guaranteed, $225  l.used good washing  machine $42.50  1 7f_ feet oil barrel, steel stand  and drum, both for onljk     $15  Fairbanks Morse domestic water  service   pump, special  for cash $109.50  1 good used toilet complete $15  110 gal. fuel oil drums       $42.50  1000 chickens to sell! Large fryers @ 39c lb.; Roasting, 35c lb.;  fowl 32c lb. 6 birds @ 2 8c lb. or  12 birds 25c lb. Phone orders to  Wyngaert Poultry Farm, 886-9340  Mushroom manure. No weeds or  odor, ideal for flowers, vegetables or lawns. Can be used immediately as topspil or mulch.  A few loads available end *of  October through November. Ph.  886-9813.  Hand split cedar shakes. Phone  886-2604.   y  Hens 50c each or 70c plucked.  Elander   Farm.   Phone  886-2400.  'ANNOUNCEMENTS ��� (Cont)  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone Sechelt 885-9678 or write Boxf 584,  Coast j#ews.k k nX f  ��� 1}  Tree falling, topping, or removing lower limbs,for view Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Phone 886-9946.  Marven Volen.      ���     -  ELPHINSTONE  CO-OP  Lucky Number ; . T.  Sept. 30 ��� 32141, Pink;.   .^  ~ DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperhangingl Phone Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  TIMBER CRUISING ~~  K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Vancouver 9, Phone REgent 3-0683,  PROPERTY WANTED  We - have clients interested in  sniall and large developed or undeveloped WATERFRONT properties. To list your property  write K. T. GUEST, >BASTION  REALTY, 133 Bastion St., / Nanaimo,; B.C.  FOR RENT  Forwent or sale, 4 room cottage,  O'Shea road. Gibsons.    .  One and two bedroom homes for  rent. Phone TU  4-5385.  2 bedroom house, unfurnished,  $45 a month. Phone 886-2000 evenings.  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  1-.  Interior -���.Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work' Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, Nortb Road.  At Selma, on highway, 2' bedroom, fully modern home, $40  month.  Phone 885-2277.  H. Almond, Roberts Creek, carpenter, builder, alterations, repairs, kitchen cabinets. Guaranteed work. Phone 886-9825.  Hand saws and Ski! saws filed  and set. Galley's Woodworking  Shop, Sechelt Highway, Gibsons*  LEARN  ACCORDION '  Beginners or advanced students,  private or in group lessons. Ph.  Walter Hendrickson, Gibsons,  886-2470.  A place to, get take out service  we   suggest   local   grown   fried  half chicken with French fried  potatoes from DANNY'S.  Phone 886-9815  FUELS . "��� ���   . ���   '. X  Standard size concrete Building  Blocks, 8x8x16 now available.  Flagstones, pier blocks, drain  tile, available from Peninsula  Cement Products, Orange Rd,  Roberts Creek.  COAL & WOOD  Alder; cord . $10 k  Clean handpicked  Fir slabwood,  $9  Coal, $32' ton, $17 *_  ton  or  $2 per bag.  TOTEM LOGS $1 a  box.^  PHONE   886-9902  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  Used electric and gas ranges, also oil ranges. C & S Sales, Ph.  885-9713,   Sechelt.  WANTED  Buzzsaw in good condition. Box  618, Coast News"  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  ANNOUNCEMENT  REAL ESTATE  Deal with  Confidence   with  TOM DUFFY  SECHELT REALTY .,<  AND  INSURANCE 4  FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE  Phones:  885-2161,  885-2120  First time offered ��� 4 rooms!  sun porch, plumbing, serviced,  close in, nice view. Full price'.'  $4250.  Lovely older home,  has larg_|,  view living room with cut "stbnV  fireplace,   convenient ,kitchen,  3  pc.   standard   plumbing," Base.;  Nice grounds. $7675, easy termsy  Over I acre, level, partially  cleared, balance nicely treed.  $1300, terms. k  ���     ��� ���������".?  "EVERGRE EN  A C RE S"  "GEORGIA    VIEf!'  ��� __-����i*. ~i^?H--.,-    ���W**rSn��"      ' ';  ���f and '��� yk  'LANGDALE   HEIGHT S',  Full information, call  Kay Butler  ���Sechelt 885-2161  or  Gibsons 886-2000, evenings.  -    ���'���' ���  ���_.  "A Sign of Service"        k  PHONE 886-2191  Hopkins rr- view ��� 2 bedroom  house  ���  full  plumbing . rr  sun  porch' ��� bil rar^ge ��� Priced at"'.  $4750, easy terms, k  Granthams ��� semiwaterfront  view lot ��� old cottage ��� Fuli  price $2500, terms,  k [  Fine View lots in Georgia View,  best investment now.  ONLY 10%  down.  Wood for Sale  Alder $10 cord  Fir $12  cord  Delivered. Phone 886-9881.    ;  AUTOS FOR SALE ^~  Hillman, '52 engine, $150. Phone  885-9316.  BOATS FOR SALE "     "  PRICE   REDUCED  33 ft. old style roomy cruiser,  toilet, sink^ oil -stove,'Universal  engine, $950 cash full price. Den  Harling, Garden Bay. TU 3-2366.  WATCH REPAIRS  For    guaranteed watch   and  jewelry   repairs, see    Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work  done  on the premises. tfn  MISC. FOR SALE  Traplin&; and. traps.: Box, 619,  Coast News.     f ���-. ;  1960 Ford Wideside 350 truck  'complete with 10 foot camper,  only 16,000 miles,"; is asy newv  Selling for half original cost. Ph.  886-9560. >|  One year old freezing, roasting  and canning chickens, 10 for $5.  Phone .886-9513/  '39 Chev, $175. Engine overhauled fall 1960, good rubber, one  new tire, rewired, new muffler  and pipe, good heater, radio,  blinkers, new radiator hose,  backup light, new clutch, '57.  Mrs. M. Atrill, Phone 886-2162.  Roberts Creek.  UNWANTED HAIR  Vanished^ away with. Saca-Pelo.  Saca-Pelo is different. It does  not dissolve or remove hair from  the surface, but penetrates and  retards growth of unwanted  hair. Lor-Beer Lab Ltd., Ste. 5,  679 Granville St., Vancouver 2,  B.C. _  WATKINS  PRODUCTS  W.   H.  Kent,   Gibsons,   886-9978  Roberts Creek Pottery, open  Thursday afternoons for anyone  interested. Finnerty House, Sechelt Highway.  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS  RUG CLEANING  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or  in   Roberts   Creek,   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  MRS, O. ROSENLIND  ky   TAELORESS  ;  SEWING  &; ALTERATIONS  South  Fletcher  Road,  v     Gibsons, B.C.  Large lots in Hillcrest subdivision, From $550 each.    %  To clear an estate ��� 2 acres  ��� small cottage ��� village water ��� 200 ft. frontage on highway.  Asking  $6500.  ���"��� >.    PETER- CHlQSTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and, stonework  Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734   '  KELLY'S  GARBAOE.r COLLECTION  Box^l31v Gibsons  . TYlone 886-2283  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma P".rk,  on   bus stop  ,,..     . .Rhone. 885-9778  EvehiV "^ by appointrhent  PHONE 886-2191  NOTARY PUBLIC  H.  B.   GORDON  &   KENNETT  LIMITED  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE;  Gibsons Sechelt  CHAS.   ENGLISH  Ltd.  REAL ESTATE  - INSURANCE  Ewart McMynn, Agent.  Modern 2.br. cottage on treed;  lot. F.P.   $5900. Low down payment.  Pender Harbour, waterfront  lots, sheltered, all weather moorage.  Roberts Creek, newly openel  sub-division. Beautiful lots from  $750  each.  OFFICE 886r2481  EyENING 886-2500 >  PENDER HARBOUR  Charles Island, 7 acres, small  cottage, private dock. Good shelter for boats. Asking $19,500.  Courtesy to agents. L. E. Kyle,  "Realtor" 1429 Marine Drive,  West Vancouver.  WA 2-1123.     i  We have a few good listings in  the Welcome Beach and Pender  Harbour areas.  DANIELS  REALTY  Halfmoon   Bay 885-4451  Small cottage facing ocean, Gower Point. Three  or four rooms,  electric rangette,  furniture,  two  to four tenants. Rent, $30 month  Phone  886-9853.  1 bedroom furnished home for  winter months. Available Nov. 1  Phone Ytl 8-2538.  Modern furnished bachelor cottage, Gibsons 886-2559 after 7  p.m.  DIRECTORY  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ;  LTD.  "WE CARRY THE STOCK"  Phone 886-2642  LET US HELP YOU  PLAN NOW  WA1ER   SURVEY   SERVICES  CONSULTANTS  L. C. EMERSON  R.R; 1. ^Sechelt���  88>9510y. : k '  A/E; RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing,  Grading,  Excavating  Bulldozing; Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks,  Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  Concrete  Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  ~ C  & S SALES  For all your heating  kl    requirements  Agents for RQCKGAS  yPROPANE  . Also  Oil Installation  Free estimate  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  m-m Tia_Evisi0N~-  '1 ���:       SALES AND SERVICE  ������%'   'Dependable Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  y Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record   Bar  Phone 885-9777  See us for all ysour knitting  requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353  GIBSONS PLUMBING  Heating,  Plumbing  Quick,  efficient service  Phone 886-2460.  SCOWS    ^    LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy. Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph.  886-7721 Res.   886-9956  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM   ELECTRIC   LTD.  Sechelt  Phone 885-2062  Residence,   885-9532.  DlRECTbRY (Continued)  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios,  Appliances,  TV  Service  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325'  SAND ~ GRAVEIi '���'  CEMENT  BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVEWAYS, FILL, etc.  SECHELT  BUILI>ING    SUPPLIES  Phone 885-960J  BACKHOE  and LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP 'BRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.   KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826  Coast   News,  Oct. ' 5, 1961.  DIRECTORY (Continued)  RICHARD F. KENNETTJ  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office     (Phones)    Residence  886-219L, 886-2131  H. B. Gordon and Kennett  Limited  REAL ESTATE  & INSURANCE  Box 19 Gibsons, B.C.  "A Sign of Service"  FOR GLASS  of all kinds  Phone 886-9871  PENINSULA GLASS  WIGARD SHOE STORE  Always a large variety of  shoes in every line  for old and young.  Phone Sechelt 885-9519  Draperies by tlie yard  or made  to measure  AH accessories  C & S SALES  Phone 885-9713  PENINSULA     CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone  Phone 886-2200  PENINSULA SAND & GRAVEL  Phone   886-9813  Sand,   gravel,  crushed   sock.  All material washed and screened or pit run.  Good cheap fill  RITA'S BEAUTY SHOP  Tinting and Styling  Phone   886-2409  Sechelt Highway  Gibsons Village  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  A. 3.  DUFF ZRAL  Phone  885-4468  THRIFTEB DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886-9543  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S.  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS  P. O. Box 37,  Gibsons  1334 West  Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5.        Ph. MU 3-7477  C. ROY GREGGS  Phone 885-9712   ��  For  cement gravel, fill,  road  gravel and crush rock.  Backhoe and Loader  Light Bulldozing  STOCKWELL & SONS  885-4488 for  .  Bulldozing,   Backhoe   and   front  end 4padei^��work.~ Clean cements-  gravel, fill and road gravel.  SMITH'S   HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  SERVICED  Phone 886-2422.  BILL  SHERIDAN  TV ��� APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES   AND SERVICE  Phone 885-9534  OPTOMETRIST  ROY SCOTT  BAL   BLOCK,   GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR  APPOINTMENT -   886-2191  SEALED TENDERS addressed  to the undersigned and endorsed  "TENDER FOR SECRET COVE  FLOAT RENEWAL" will be received in the office of DISTRICT  ENGINEER until 2:30 p.m. on  October 25, 1961.  Plans, specifications and forms  of tender can be obtained ^t the  office of DISTRICT ENGINEER,  PUBLIC WORKS CANADA, 1110  W.  Georgia, Vancouver 5."  The lowest or any tender not  necessarilv  accepted.  ���   D. A. MUIR  Office Manager.  If your house is an old one,  be doubly sure that all heating  - and*f-electrical    equipment    is  safe.  Dates October School Board Meetings  Please note change in. datesyof School Board meetings during the month of October 1961.  Tuesday, October 10, 1961 at 10 a.m.  Monday, October 30,  1961 at 7:30 p.m.  The Board of School Trustees,  Sechelt School District No. 46,  RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAN  Radio, TV repairs  Phone 886-2536,  Gibsons  L. GORDON  BRYANT  NOTARY   PUBLIC  at  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office  Phone   88R-2346  House  Phone  886-2100  We use  Ultra Sonic  Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS'   JEWELERS  Mail Orders  k   Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt  885-2151  MADEIRA   PARK  BUILDING SUPPLY Co., Ltd.  Cement gravel,  $2.26 yd.  Road gravel   and fill,  $1.50 yd.  Delivered in Pender   Harb-M  area  '" Lumber,    Plywood,    Cement  Phone TU 3-2241  MARSHALL'S   PLUMB1N G  HEATING & SUPPTTES  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9690 or Mo-KAt.  TASELLA SH0PPE  Men's, Women's, Children's  Clothing & Shoes  Dry Goods & Yardage  Sechelt ��� Ph. 8S5-9331  NOTICE  1  fl____|____BH_-_--__-__----M---^--l--------_^---_-H-----^M_-_-________>  Our Cafe wil! be closed to ihe  public for the winter effective  7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 8th  Meals will be served only to persons occupying  sleeping rooms or cabins which will be available  all winter by the day, week or month.  Pender FL ko*:r Auto Court  GARDEN BAY More tourists  "British Columbia's booming  tourist industry chalked up a  substantial 14.5% increase over  last year in American motorists  crossing the border this past  spring and summer," the Hon.  Earle C. Westwood, minister of  recreation and conservation reports. The increase is more than  double the 6.1% registered for  all of Canada up to the end of  August.  Wider promotion by the B.C.  Government Travel Bureau, a  government grant of $50,000 to  stimulate regional promotions,  and the opening of B.C. House  in San Francisco supplementing  the establishment of a federal  travel office there were credited  by the minister with the increases.  6       Coast News, Oct.   5,   196L  BACKHOE & LOADER  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT   NYGREN    ���    Ph. 886-2350  'The Family Doctor'  '*�������_��!.  **S A SPECIAL  ��IFT ON  MV  NEXT   BIRTHDAY   -   I  HOPE NOT   TO BE REMINDED  OF IT   i"  Sport fish survey  An estimated 8,900 sport fishermen caught 5,754 salmon and  grilse on Sunday Aug. 6 in the  southern coastal waters of British Columbia. This catch was  made up of approximately 550  spring salmon, 478 jack. springs,  1,752 coho, 2,077 grilse and some  897 pink salmon. Compared to  the survey carried out" on Aug.  7, 1960, both fishing effort and  salmon catch showed an increase  however the catch of grilse was  down by 60%, undoubtedly reflecting to some extent the increase in the minimum length  size of grilse which \vent into effect on Aug. 24, 1960k  This information was obtained  from a preliminary tabulation of  1UJI MD ACCORDION LESSONS  MRS. OLGA BROTHERS  Ph. 886-2027 ������ Gibsons  questionnaires returned from the  annual one day survey of, tidal  sport fishing as conducted in the  principal sport fishing areas of  southern British Columbia.  An aerial count of sport fishing boats was carried but as  part   of   this   survey   and   over  1,900 boats were counted during  the course of the first flight during the period 6:45 a.m. to 11:45  a.m. These counts as adjusted  and augmented. by other observations, serve as the general basis for the estimated 3,835^ boat  trips carried out during the day.  Sunday. Oct. 8  1 p.m.  CLUBHOUSE - WILSON CREEK  Trap Shooting t��� Large Rifle -- .22Rifle  EVERYBODY WEl!C0MEv  Sechelt Rod & Gun Club  Your  Treasure Hunt  Gibsons Merchants New Bonus  TREASURE HUNT  EVERY THURSDAY 9 a.m. EACH STORE WILL I POST THEIR LUCKY NUMBERS.  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 you are entitled to  buy that store's 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  9 p.m. All numbers can be easily spotted in each store. THE NUMBERS CHANGE EACH WEEK--IT'S FREE.  REGULAR VALUE $6.50  Car Carrier   99  2 NUMBERS  JOHN WOOD "SSESs*  REGULAR VALUE $6.99  1 pr. Ladies Flatties J  2 NUMBERS  'SUNSET STORE'  Gibsons Family Shoe Store  REGULAR VALUE $8.95  3  1 NUMBER  DfUTt'C SPORTSWEAR  &  KUlLLO LINGERIE  SHOP  ���  REGULAR VALUE $13.95  PIONEER ___ ssf\  Eider Down Filled Vest 13��  2 NUMBERS  "The Home   of Prestige Merchandise"  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  REGULAR VALUE 91^  10 lbs. Flour    7  GIBSONS  4 NUMBERS  CO-OP STORE  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $1.50  Max Factor Shadow Play  EYE SHADOW WAND  8 NUMBERS  LANG'S DRUG STORE  3  GIBSONS  "  REGULAR VALUE $4  2  T-BONES  6  PORK CHOPS  1  lb.  SIDE BACON  lO  lbs.   POTATOES  3  REGULAR VALUE $6.95  6 NUMBERS  "Serving You With Savings"  KEN'S FOODLAND  GIBSONS  1 Table Lamp   9  1 NUMBER  HOWE SOOND 5-10-15 STORE  GIBSONS  Watch for our U SALE coining soon  REGULAR VALUE $9.50  SHELL  LUBRICATION,  OIL CHANGE &  SHELLZONE  WINTERIZE  2 NUMBERS  85  GIBSONS A SERVICE  REGULAR VALUE $8.95  Car Coat  7  REGULAR VALUE $10.95  .  1 NUMBER  ���  SIBSONS VARIETIES  Dress  7  REGULAR VALUE $16.95  3 NUMBERS  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  GIBSONS  "The Store of Personalized Service"  Coffee Table    9  1 NUMBER  "The Store of Quality"  GIBSONS HARDWARE  i ns*wMs*m\,em0��tt*m^  AMPLE PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE For parents only  By  Nancy Cleaver     Coast  News,  Oct.   5, .1961.        7  Copyrighted  FURNACE  is economical to buy  and operate  FOR AN ESTIMATE  Phone TU 3-2643  '62 Chevrolet redesigned  A. redesigned 1962 Chevrolet,  is announced by General Motors of Canada. All two and  four-door sedan models have  an entirely new roof line that  resembles the popular Sport  sedan. The Impala Sport coupe  roof line is practically identical  in appearance with that of the  soft-top  convertible.  General Motors also unveiled the 1962 Corvair which  features   new   grillework   and  Celebrate Thanksgiving  at  ROBERTS CREEK LEGION  Saturday. Oct. 7  7 p.m.  Smorgasbord & Social  Admission ��1  All Welcome  Same Night ������ Same Place��� Same Time  GIANT  BINGO  Thurs., October 5  GIBSONS SCHOOL HALL - 8 p.m. SHARP  GIANT JACKPOT WEEKLY  Do rit Miss First Game $10  SUNSHINE COAST WELFARE FUND  Ask  Dukes & Bradshaw  Ltd.  Phone YU 8-3443  WE'LL TELL YOU ABOUT THE MANY ADVANTAGES OF  OIL HEATING  XForaWonderful  World of Warmth  CALL  engineered  specifically  for your  heating  requirements  YOUR  HEATING  d  convenient  budget terms  and  0 free life  insurance  %  up to 6 years  ��� to pay  jj% Down -r- Balance at Sl/2% simple int.  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR  THE BEST  EQUIPMENT DEALER  ���.:��"  SEE.on  PHONE  r     DUKES & BRADSHAW Lid.  1473 Pembertan Ave- North Van. ��� YU 8-3443  DAN WHEELER, Gibsons.��� 886-9663  TED  KURLUK.   Sechelt ��� 885-4455  redesigned emblems, tail lights  and  engine-exhaust  grille.  Chevrolet features a crisp,  tailored look. The 1962 models  have completely new sheet  metal, grille work, bumpers  and ornamentation, as well as  neyv exterior colors and re-  styled interiors. 1 i  Among the major changes  are a new 327 cu. in. V-8 engine which is available with a  new weight-saving Powerglide  automatic transmission. The  new V-8 engine is rated at 250  horsepower.  Heaters and built-in front  seat belt anchors are standard  equipment on aid ly62 cnevx.j-"  let cars. A limited slip differential and air conditioning  are also available throughout  the line of 32 passenger car  models.  Chevrolet's sports car, Corvette, features a brand new  327 cubic inch V-8 engine.  Serving as the basis for all  power teams this new engine,  coupled with optional fuel injection, is rated at 360 horsepower.  In addition to the standard  250 horsepower version with  a 4-barrel carburetor, and hydraulic valve lifters, a 300-  horsepower engine with hydraulic valve lifters and a 340-  horsepower engine with "a  single large 4-barrel carburetor and special camshaft are  available in the optional equipment lineup.  A lighter weight Powerglide  unit with aluminum case is  used for the automatic transmission option.  The Corvette for 1962 retains  much of its popular sports car  identification. Pleasing exterior  refinements ���<��� include a^ wind-  split around the cove replacing  bright metal molding. Grille  configuration replaces three  horizontal bars in the cove.  The front grille is finished in  black.  PREVENT FIRES  Use only clean, first quality  fuel for heaters and furnaces.  Do not block exits or stairways  with portable  heaters.  Matches and cigarettes are  a major cause of fire; make-  sure they are not left burning.  "CASTLES IN THE AIR"  If your child "builds castles  in the air" perhaps you can  recall when you used your  imagination as a means of escape when you were young too.  Perhaps you still run away  from the hard realities of life  toy picturing how different  things might be! This exercise  in creative thought is often  part of growing up.  "When 1 could not sleep for  cold  I   had   fire   enough   in   my  brain  And  builded  with   roofs   of  gold  My     beautiful     castles     in  Spain."  *     *     *  James Russell Lowell wrote  these touching lines of his  early youth. He also stated his  conviction that, "Solitude is a?  needful" to the imagination as  society is wholesome for the  character." Day dreaming has  been an occupation of people  of every age and every country.  Frequently, a child with a  high I.Q., pretends he has an  .imaginary friend and to him  that friend is almost as real as  a flesh-and-tolood person. He  carries on long conversations  with this "pal." Mother may  hear him chattering in the  dark after he has been tucked  into bed. An only child, who  is longing for companionship,  often meets his desire for  friendship  in this  way.  ���JU ��t* .f-  ���X* *P T*  Sometime ago a survey was  made at Teachers' College,  Columbia University, of several hundred pre-school boys  and girls. About a third of  them had imaginary companions, while many of the smaller  children had "pretend animals-'  as pets. This study should be  re-assuring to a mother who  may be slightly alarmed over  her  child's   vivid   imagination.  When a child starts to school  and is caught up in a new and  exciting world with other children and Teacher, what happens? With few exceptions  these creatures of. their fancy  gradually are forgotten and  disappear.  The school age child who  "Plays Indian," may day  dream when he is by himself.  He becomes the hero, the Big  Chief, in the game of his imagination. Thus he feels superior and important.  #    *    *  The small girl who is not  very, happy with her class  mates may long for her familj'  to move to another home. Shu  can picture herself surrounded  by a group of little girls in the  new school who welcome her  and ask her to join in their  games.  It is quite natural for boys  and girls to dream about what  UccCLt  )&Ai��M4  848���EMBROIDERED ROOSTESRS, so colorful, liven your kitchen. The rick-rack is easily sewn oh?.Put the roosters on cloths,  towels, aprons. Transfer 4 motife 8x8V. inches.  605���LOVE -jkJX, FIRST SIGHT when tots to teenagers see this  lovable mascot! Takes ONE. 4-ounce skein of knitting worsted,  rplus contrast for ears. Directions for 15-inch dog.  845���ROUNDS OF PINEAPPLE create an elegant cloth for  dining or to decoirate a table, between meals. Crochet in string  or No. 30 cotton. Directions for,60-inch dloth in string.  Send thirty-five cenis (coins) for eaeh pattern (stamps cannot  be. accepted) to Coast News, Household Arts Dept., 60 Front St.  West, Toronto, Ont. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, PATTERN  NUMBER.  FOR THE FIRST TIME! Over 200 design* in our new,  1962 Neddlecraft Catalog���biggest ever! Pages, pages, pages of  fashions, ..home, accessories to knit, crochet, sew, weay��, embroider, quilt. See jumbo-k-it hits, cloths, spreads, toys, linens,  afghans plus free patterns. Send 25c.  they will do when they are  adults, ,and iplay games around  these activities. They may  change their choice of vocation  from time to time. But it is  fun to pretend to be grown, to  be earning one's own living!  Tttie main character in Mary  O'Hara's book, My Friend  'Flicka, is a very lovable younger brother Ken who was given  to "building castles in Spain."  Toward the end of the book,  the old family doctor says "Day  Dreaming is as potent and seductive as morphine. Once  you've got the habit, it has got  you! .... Making a practical  thinker and performer  out  of  a day dreamer is serious business."  This is rather a somber warning. But it need not alarm  parents unless a son or daughter day dreams so much that it  (interferes with play or school  work. Mothers and fathers can,  however, lessen the urge to  day dream by helping a child  face his troubles and difficulties, and try possible solutions.  "Castles in.Spain" are fun, but  not as satisfying as courageous  building with the tools and  materials which lie all around!  Keep small children away  from stoves and heating equipment.  BI1ME or REMODELLING?  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 & workmanship guaranteed.  R. BIRKIN ��� Oceanside Furniture & Cabinet Shop  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Ph. 886-2551  FREIGHT & PASSENGER TAXI SERVICE  Cessna   170   &  Cessna  189  The first and. largest permanently established  commerci.il  seaplane base  in Sechelt  GAS  & OIL FOR AVIATION :& MARINE  Phone 885-9500 ������ residence 885-2143  WE'RE ON OUR WAY!  SECHELT AJR SERVICES  LTD.  Porpoise Bay, Sechelt, B.C.  Selma Park Improvement District  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has  been appointed returning officer to conduct an election to  elect five (5) trustees for the above mentioned district.  The registered voters in this district' are hereby  notified to attend a meeting to be held in the Selma Park  Community Centre at the hour of 8 o'clock p.m. Wednesday, October the 25th, 1961, at which place and hour I will  proceed to call for nominations and to take the votes of  the electors present.  The voting of the said meeting will be closed as soon,  as the votes of the electors present and voting when votes  are called for have been counted.  Dated this 30th day of September A.D. 1961.  W. J. MAYNE, Returning Officer.  Rogers  GIBSONS, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-2092  WHOLESALE   &   RETAIL  corner of PRATT RD. & SECHELT HI-WAY  STORE HOURS ��� Open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.  Closed on Mondays  White 3-piece bathroom set with taps   ��   99.00  Colored 3-piece bathroom set with taps  $119.00  (We have the higher price sets loo)  White enamel shower cabinets      $   52.50  We have full stock of Streamline copper pipe & fittings  CHEAPER THAN THE DEPARTMENTAL STORES  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, single hub     $   4.90  4/; soil pipa, 5 feet long, double hub      $   5.20  i/2" copper pipe, per foot        18^  1/2" copper elbow       10^   tee 15^  Solder  1 lb. $   1.39  SPECIAL ��� Double stainless steel sinks  $27.50  3" copper pipe, per foot  $   1.29  New Pembroke   baths       $52,50  New English china toilets with seats     9>81.90  No. 1 steel septic tanks (free delivery)      $48.50  4" No-Croda pipe, 8 feet long, per length  $   3.75  3V." Perforated No-Crode pipe      $   2.35  New toilet seats      $   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   $83.00  Ne. 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% OFF PLASTIC PIPE LIST PRICE  The n��w Beatty shadow or deep well pumps   $119  (Save 5 to 10 dollars) Have your. . . .  iin\ksi,imuimi;i:  at the  SECHELT INN  Monday, October 9  6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Full Course Turkey Dinner $1.75  enjoy  the wonderful  world of  warmth with  ���sso  OIL HEAT  Ask your Imperial Esso Agent to introduce  you to the wonderful world of Esso warmth  soon. It's the kind of home heating that gives  a family a pampered feeling. Carefree, safe_��  always there. And it can be yours so easily,  because whatever kind of heating equipment  you own, Esso has the fuel to suit it.  DANNY WHEELER  HOPKINS LANDING  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST   (cSSOJ  WE ARE DESPERATE!!  We need used cars  Come in and view  the ALL NEW...  Chevrolets  & Pirn I im s  ON DISPLAY IN OUR BEAUTIFUL SUNSHINY  OUTDOOR SHOW ROOM  The Highest of Trade - in Allowance  OR we will MATCH AMY WRITTEN  DEAL FROM YAMMER  Peninsula Motor Products  (1957*  ltd. ~  WILSON CREEK ��� Ph. 885-2111  YOUR LOCAL GENERAL MOTORS DEALER  KEEP LOCAL PEOPLE EMPLOYED  SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE  CbuFch Senices  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gitosons  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m;, Sunday School  St. "Aidan's, Roberts Creek  9:45 a.m., Holy Communion  11.00 a.m. Sunday School   .  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer  St.  Mary's,  Pender  Harbour  Harvest Festival  Services  11 a.m.,  St. Mary's, Pender  Harbour  3:15 p.m., Redwell Hall,  Welcome Beach  Donations   of   canned   fruit   and  vegetables   for  St.   Mary's Hospital gratefully   received.  UNITED  Gibsons  11:00 a.m., Divine Service  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson Creek  11 a.m. Sunday School  3:30 p.m.,  Divine Service  PORT MELLON  9:15 a.m. Morning Service  10:30 a.m.,  Sunday School  ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family,  Sechelt,  9:00 a.m:  Most Pure 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  BETHEL BAPTIST  Sechelt  10  a.m. Sunday  School  11:15 am., 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. Devotiomal  10 a.m., Sunday  School  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Tues.,  7:30,  Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m., Young  People  Sat., 7:30, Prayer  Glad Tidings Tabernacle  9:45 a.m.,  Sunday School  11  a.m. Morning Worship  3 p.m. Bible Forum  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service  Wednesday, 7 p.m.,  Bible Class  Friday,  7:30 p.m. Rally  Sat., 7 p.m., Young Men's Action  Club  SECHELT THEATRE  SHOWS START AT 8 p.m..  OCTOBER  Fri. 6 ��� Sat. 7 ��� Mon. 9  Lana  Turner,   John  Gavin  IMITATION OF LIFE  Tedhnicolor  HOLIDAY  SPECIAL  LEECH WOMAN  SUNDAY MIDNIGHT  The '62 Merc's  are here  first loo-hp Outboard  The Merc 1000 is the first 100-hp  outboard motor, a milestone in-  boating's rapid progress. Entire- .  ly new from powerhead.to prop, ;  the 90-cubic-inch Mercury is  more  compact-and  no   heavier  than  major   competitors'   75-hp  motors!   The   Merc   1000  has  .' unique   all-Mack   cbloi*   styling,  ���'��� and Mercury's new Power��Dome  cylinder   head   design,   which ���  "squishes'' the fuel-air mixture  inside the .combustion chamber.  Haddock's  at PENDER  Invite you to come in and  look   over   the new motors  in stock.  Ph.  TU  3-3248  BOWLING  (233), Dick Gray 217, Andy Lesk 8       Coast  News,  Oct.  5,. 1961.  lie' 200.    .'���    ,.":'-.   ..yk ���   '���     :    k   .   .:;/" '    ' "y; - ',   E :& M BOWLADROME  Team;: high; three of the w,eelk  was ]^nql Pushers of the Men's  with 2$05 arid team high single.  Clippers of Gibsons B with 1088.  S.C.L.: Team, Gibsons Hardware, 2359 (872). Winston Robinson 617 (239), G. Edmonds 735  (302).  Gibsons B: Team, Clippers,  2722* (1088). Roy Taylor 642,  Mike Robertson 723 (249, 240),  Ron Oram 657 (232).  Gibsons A: Team, Whizzbangs  2504   (882).   C.   Fisher    601,   H.  Thorburn   607,   Bud   Fisher   662"  (236), Ike Mason 684 (269).  Ladies: Team, Legion, 2300  (880). S. Wingrave 589 (245), G.  Nasadyk 648 (278), L. Shaw 503,  M. Holland 552, L. Morrison 249.  Teachers Hi: Team, Three  2468, Hit Urns 890.. H. Walsh 610  (273), P. Stubson 637 (250).  Commercials: Team, Larks,  2741, (952). T.. Connor 605 (253),  J. Peddie 652 (293), j. Drummond 739 (287, 240).  Port Mellon: Team, Goofballs  2765 (1008). H. Dean, 615 (246),  K. Edmonds 688 (313), P. Gallant 640 (252), P. Comeau 642  (267),  D. Dunham 662 (275).  Ball  & Chain:   Team,  Jokers,  2298 (965).  Men's: Team, Pencil Pushers,  2805 (1052). J. Drummond 658  (268), Sig Rise 620 (230), G. Host-  land 751 (251, 249, 251.)  High School: Team, Parapal-  igis 2020, Strikers 700. G. De-  Marco 501.  SECHELT  Four pins were .earned this  week, three going to the ladies.  Arvella Benner 339, Eileen Evans 325, Bev. Robinson 303. Eileen also had two 241 games for  a big total of 807. Ron Robinson,  not to be outdone by his good  wife rolled a big 233 in the Ten  Pins to win his pin.  Ladies: Dorothy Smith 633  (262), Cecile Nestman 255.  Pender: Ev Klein 608 (264),  Gordon  Freeman 752 (279), Roy  Fenn 276.  Peninsula Commercial: Eileen  Evans 807 (325), Lawrence Crucil 737 (309), Eve Moscrip 253,  Bev Dubois 256, Orv Moscrip 306  loyd Brown 299, Ed Aldred 289,  Arvella Benner 339. ,  Sports Club: Hazel Skytte 631  (283), Lawrence Crucil 649, Mike  Moorhouse 278.  Ball*& Chain: Rose Morrison  581, Norma Gaines 581, Man-  ford Cook 644.  Ten   Pins:   Ron   Robinson   569  DUTCH BOY STORE  WW DINNER $f  MONDAY,  THANKSGIVING  DAY  EFFECTIVE TUESDAY,  OCT. 10,  WE WILL CLOSE AT 9 p.m.  **�����������?����'  ��wo��^^S^^2S^^  Now���these accessories ere yours  when you need them ;  ON THE SHELL DEFERRED PAYMENT PLAN  V^hen you need tires, batteries, new headlamps, mirrors,  fan-belts or. spark plugs... the Shell Deferred Payment   '  Plan lets you have these accessories when you need them.  And when you use this easy payment plan on your  new Shell credit card���you pay no carrying charges!  So to keep'your car safe... trouble-free... drive in  and see us soon.  "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS!"  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