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Array Victoria,  B.  C��  GOLDEN  CUP AWARD   "  ^r:-^QfWFmZW--7SX  X        ..at DANNY'S  COFFEE, HOUSE & MOTEL  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE COAST  Published  in Gibsons.   B.C.       Volume 16, Number 20, May 17,1962.  7c per copy  SMALL TALK  ISy Synis  The letter which follows, dated,    tember,  1930,   shortly after  the  May 8, explaining the,provincial    ho^tal;^as,build by this organ-  department of health's stand; on  the proposed new hospital for this  area was sent to Peter Trappitt,  secretary of Pender/Harbour. Hospital Committee, membersXX ��f  which have been active in their  opposition to construction of a  new hospital to replace the aged  St. Mary's Hospital at Garden  Bay.  A copy of this letter was also  sent from Victoria to officials of  St. Mary's Hospital Society who  have released it for publication  so that proponents as well as opponents of the hew hospital will  have knowledge or the stand taken by. Hon. Eric Martin, minister  of health services and hospital insurance on the hospital debate.  Here is the letter:  Dear Sir: I have received your  letter of April 29. I am.somevChiat  concerned over an erroneous and  misleading statement contained  in the statement presented���-,; by  yourself and four other persons  to the meeting on April 29. I refer to that* part of paragraph 11  which reads ". . .which they  built and maintained largely with  funds raised privately without  government aid. . ."  According to a Columbia Coast  Mission-publication issued in Sep-  *    #    *  ization; : the provincial and federal governments contributed  over half; the cost in addition to  constructing a wharf and a re-,  tairiing wall and road leading to .  the hospital. While the article refersto ,'a:subscription list being  opened, it does: not indicate that,  any substantial sum of money  , was donated by local residents.  With regard to the annual meeting of ��>t. Mary's Hospital Society, I am informed that the Societies Act requires that such a  meeting be held;-each year. I understand that the registrar of  companies feels that this statutory .requirement overrides the  provision in the bylaws specifying  April as the ;month in which such  a meeting shall be held. Apparently, it is not uncommon for an  annual society meeting to be held  later than usual for one good reason or another. Therefore, the  meeting which commenced on  April 29 will probably be considered as haying been adjourned  pending the distribution of an-  ' other . notice that will comply  with the technicality raised by  your group. I use the word "tech  nicality" ;-' advisedly, because in  presenting your complaint in person, it is obvious that you re- .  ceived adequate notice in regard  to the meeting.  *    *    *  With regard to. the future of  the hospital! at Garden Bay, ~l\  wish to inform-your committee  tliat I am not prepared to recommend to the provincial, goyY  eminent that this hospital shaljl  continue to operate as an acute-  general hospital onceVa new hos-"  pital is opened at Sechelt. Y  The need for a new hospital is;  summarized in the following senY ,  tences: "The present St. Mary'sf  Hospital building, located at GarY  den Bay, Pender Harbour," B.'C^f  is old and obsolete. Its facilities-  are almost fully utilized, and the:  hospital is frequently dangerousV  ly overcrowded. Anew and larger hospitalY built in a more central   location  in the vicinity of ���  the Village   of Sechelt, must be  constructed-as soon as possible.";;  These words are not mine, they;.;  appear  ih  a brief presented to I  the provincial government in late <  1959    by   the   president   of   St.Y  Mary's  Hospital, society at that  time, who is now. a member of"  your   committee.   The  foregoing  statements  together   with ...other  "How can I get an unlisted     "Don't pay the bill."  iiona  ?�����  Airport opening  weather murky  In murky weather which dampened the ceremony, Gibsons-Se-  chelt Municipal airport was officially opened on Wednesday afternoon of last week by Lieut.-  Governor G. R. Pearkes V.C. in  a simple ribbon cutting ceremony  The: Lieutenant-Governor and  Mrs; Pearkes flew in from Victoria in an RCAF helicopter and      __o     _ _     _    made- an "unofficial landing oh  portions of the"brief cle^ly im- : an "^P131 airport"' he explain-  *   . _ _ ���--'.. -*'._. _ _i    _i  __;_-i __.__*t      _x;   ply that the 'proposed new. hospital is to be a replacement for  the existing hospital and that is  the basis on which the 'construe*  tion of a new hospital was given  government approval.  Yours  very truly,  Eric Martin.  *  Vote YES on May 25  A two-thirds "YES" vote will  clear the way for the construction of the new hospital.  Final  ample of what can be done by a  determined opposition. Hospital  officials   urge all voters to ex-  ed during? the ribbon cutting ceremony.  On arrival at the new airfield,  ���the  official  party- was  met  by  ������;. Wesley Hodgson, chairman of the  municipal airport committee and  representatives of municipal coun  cils,   Mrs.    Christine   Johnston,  .chairman of Sechelt council and  -A: E. Ritchey, chairman of Gibsons council. The party*.was then  'whisked by car to Danny's Din-<  ing Room in Gibsons where after  ,.a social half-hour more tWri 40  persons sat down to a smorgas-  rbord dinner.  '.   Head table included the. lieut.-  :. In slightly more than one week  landowners of Egmont-Port Mellon area will be asked to approve  the borrowing of $372,767 to build   .working -drawings -will, be prepar-v press  their'opinipns^a^ahy ^t^we^Wi^^jWi^  a new hospital near SecHeltLThe ~ ydX^jr,tlje^ehitect-.^pd/ ste^^Vlhi^_��lg^^ : M; "^? ^^^ted 1?1S **<*:���������  j-- * * _Ai_.**_.�� ._.�����_���-    tween  Egmont -and Port Mellon'   *'   **   ����*��^****->~���m��-*����*-- ��������������� ��������  Governor was introduced; by Mr.  Hodgson and presented with  shears with which to cut the ribbon.  His honor in brief remarks understood that in spite of the-rain  the sun was shining on the Sunshine Coast. He said his safe  landing spoke well for the engineering that had gone into construction of the airport. Being so  close to the Metropolitan area  the airport gave the people of  the. Sunshine Coast a great opportunity because now they had  added air transportation' to the  various means they had of getting into the area, he said. He offered his hearty congratulations  and apologized for making a landing on the airfield before it had  been opened officially.  Following the ribbon cutting,"  the RCAF helicopter demonstrated its capabilities and it was able  to do almost everything in the  air but square dance.  An air rescue was. performed  at the side of the airfield with the  copter, picking up a; supposedly  Hospital  aid lineup  by Payne  Federal government assistance  to hospitals was outlined [, last  Thursday night at a public meeting in the Roberts Creek Royal  Canadian Legion hall when W. H.  Payne, Conservative, urged his  re-election on June 18. It was the  first campaign speech to be made  in this area.  Mr. Payne said the Diefenbaker  government increased federal  grants to hospitals from $1,000 to  $2,000 per bed and grants-in-aid  benefits lifted to nearly 50 percent. There is also assis;ance in  capital and operating costs arising from improved techniques requiring expensive equipment.  These basic changes in hospital  financing should mean a great  deal to British Columbians, he  said. '   -  ���   .   ���  Under department of health  regulations hospitalized Indians  are cared for by them on a hospital day basis while they are patients, Mr. Payne informed a  questioner during the question  period at the end of his talk.  Discussing trade and the growth  of Vancouver's^ port Mr. Payne  refuted the opposition's claims  that the Conservatives had done  nothing to expand overseas trade.  There were more goods leaving  Vancouver by ship now than from  all other ports on the United  States Pacific coast and none of  it was leaving on a gift basis tp  reduce surpluses as is being done  in the United States. All leaving  Vancouver is on a cash basis and  for every ton going out at least  $10 is being expended in Vancouver to move it. He enlarged on  Trade. Minister Hees and his efforts in expanding Canadian exports.  plebiscite which will be held on  Friday, May 25,- will present" the  following question to the voters:  "Are you in favor of the trustees selling debentures In an  amount necessary to net a sum  not exceeding $372,767 repayable  oyer a period of 20 years, for the  purpose of improving hospital facilities in the district, including  the construction of a new hospital near the Village of Sechelt?"  ing to recent estimates! construction should start before the' end  of the year.  Opposition to the construction  of the new hospital has come  from a small group living in vicinity, of the' present hospital but  it is felt that if everyone votes  on May 25. the necessary majority will be obtained. Hospital officials note that the cancellation  of the annual meeting is an ex-  Gibsons area will have  3-week cooking contest  A contest in cooking skills will  run for the next three weekends  in Gibsons "area at two stores,  Gibsons Hardware and Giibsons  ElectncY-y       -: -' <������'������.-.;���''  This competition' seeks a dozen men or women or high school  home economics students to take  part in "this unusual event.  To make it fair for all competitors they will be asked to pre-  Garden contest  for young folk  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis club of  Gibsons has organized a children's garden contest with the  idea of promoting greater interest in such culture. There are  cash prizes in three divisions of  the competition ranging from $10  down to $2.  Ed Johnson is chairman of the  committee in charge of this contest for children aged from nine  to 13 years. Seeds have been donated free by Buckerfields ��� and  there are* .rules which include all  work must be done by the children themselves. -Total points a  contestant can get will be 80' and  judging will take place in August.  Those desiring to enter can ob- *  tain their entry, blank at any  school. Parents must sign*, the  entry form as well. , Produce  grown will be saved\to be exhibited at the Sunshine .Coast Fall  Fair. -  pare a recipe from one pound of  ground beef, or one tin of salmon  or a biscuit or pancake mix.  There will be two local judges  Mrs. Jean Wyngaert and: Dick  Kennett,' both Gibsons residents.  ��� EOcaly organizations including  churches will - be asked to send  representatives to compete. Ed  Anderson and Don Hauka will  make the selection of competitors and arrange times' for them.  New ranges will be used for  the cooking and they will be Tapr  pah electric or.General Electric.  It is, expected the first competition will be held Friday at Gibsons Electric!  Contestants will receive a prize  for entering and if they win the  top prize in the competition their  organization will also receive a  major .-award. Organizations interested should contact either  store. Judging will take place at  3:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. whera  contests are held.  You Will Meet  Your Friends at the  BLOOD  so that the result of the vote Tvill  be the expression of the majority'  On the basis of past secret-ballots, it appears that the majority  of voters in the area realize the  - need for new facilities in a location most convenient to all. The  proposed new 35-bed hospital will  undoubtedly : produce a standard  of hospital care not obtainable in  an obsolete inadequate building.  In addition more, patients will be  able to take advantage of the  improved out - patient facilities  than before.  The last two public meetings io  discuss the,coming hospital plebiscite will be held on Fri., May  18. These are scheduled* to start  at 8 p.m., at Madeira Park Community Hall and at Gambier  Harbour hall.-  A: E. Ritcheyy^Magistrate and  airs. A. JohnstonY Mr. iand Mrs.  S^m - Dawe and William Swain,  the men being, members of the  municipal airport committee.  Speeches following the dinner  were given by the Lieut.-Govern-  or,; Mr. Hodgson,  Mrs. Johnston  "drop* which was Hoi tia*ve-  been scheduled was called .off  owing to the low ceiling which  hampered such an operation.  . Following the ceremony the  Lieut.-Governor and Mrs. Pearkes chatted.with numerous people  then instead of returning to Danny's Dining room for tea took off  and Mr. Ritchey. Seated at other    at the airfield for another engage-  tables were W. H. Payne, Con-    ment.  One interested spectator to the  event was Bob Ritchey who had  done considerable work in getting  the airfield operation started. He  flew in by plane and left for home  at Vananda Island by plane..  There were in all five planes at  the field during the afternoon.  for May Day  Scehelt Auxiliary'to the hospital held its regular meeting on  May 10 with the president, Peggy  Connor presiding. Mrs. Burtnick.  was chosen convenor to look after the sale of recipes donated  by members..-.      ' - X  Mrs. McDermid reported that  so far she has 2900 Nabob coupons on hand. The ultimate aim is  to buy a large coffee urn^ with  them. A total of 3500 coupons is  needed so members and friends  are asked to continue sending  them in.  It was decided to have a float  in the May Day parade with Harriet Duffy as convenor. Kay Nelson reported on the concession  booth where ; hamburgers, hot  dogs, tea and coffee and soft  .drinks will be sold.     ,  The  sale of articles"* from the  servative candidate seeking reelection, Jack Davis,: Liberal  candidate and Tony Gargrave,  M.L.A. for Mackenzie -constituency in the provincial house.  There were also members of  department of transport, and  aeronautic organizations in the  province and other visitors at var  ious-tables.  Following the dinner the party  motored back to the airfield  where the band of the Royal Canadian Engineers, from Chilliwack  awaited the arrival of the party  -and provided the royal salute. Despite the falling rain: about 400  persons   watched the ceremony.  At the ribbon in front of the  stand on which the opening ceremony was performed the Lieuc-  Sechelt May  Day Monday  Sechelt May Day Monday is  waiting for bright sunshine because the big day will see the  Lonsdale Sea Cadets and band  present for the parade which will  move off from the Residential  school grounds at about 1:30 p.m  From there it will go to Hackett  Park for ceremonies associated  with the crowning of the May  Queen who will be Sandra Clark  Retiring queen Jo-Ann Robilliard  will crown the new queen.  For the parade there  art five  GARDEN CLUB       '  Gibsons Garden club will'meet J*,  at 2 p.m. Wed., May. 23 at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Burt,  Lot 22, Indian Reserve. Members  ,  desiring to enter their gardens* in'  the club's garden competition can  do so at this meeting. Those interested  in gardening  and  who  would like to join are also welcome.  /-���*. r�� _��� _        _ . ���     x _,     prize divisions, commercial, pri-  %?��Xv.a"-ih9^ba^ng ��*le-   vate,. organizations and two walk-  ing contests, original and comic.  at the regular'meetihgs has-been  very sucessful. The next regular  meeting xiill^e^heldfbn Thurs.;  June 14 at the home of Mrs. S.  Davve.  ���;< w.  ���NkiW PAR*  .'.*<'..���*.���  Speakers _or the ceremony at  Hackeffr* Park will   be the May  Queen and Mrs. Christine John-  ���stbw; fchairman of Sechelt village  council. Presentation of gifts will  rbe vdone by Mrs. H. Stockwell.  Dill Smith and A.   James will  Big day for  Post office  A sod-turning ceremony at the  site of Gibsons proposed post office will be performed Tues., May  22 at 10:15 a.m.  Post-master General Hon. William M. Hamilton will officiate  with W. H. Payne, former Conservative sitting member for  Coast-Capilano and candidare in  the June 18 election  will assist.  The public is invited to take in  this event at the Cassin property  opposite Gibsons Public Library  on Winn road. Afterwards there  will be a chance to meet Mr.  Hamilton at Mariner Cafe when  coffee and sandwiches "will ba  served. Later Mr. Hamilton will  be available at the Coffee Shop  in Sechelt from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m.  Tenders were opened on April  25 and the contract was awarded  W. J. Dick of Vancouver in the  sum of $32,600. It will be a one  storey building on the Cassin property opposite Gibsons Public Library on Winn road.  The building which be for post  office purposes only will contain  greater facilities for postal service for the district.  ous stand on the general marine  problem, that it was time Ottawa  faced the tact other than commercial type vessels needed shelter accommodation on the Pacific  coast. He explained how the government had begun organization  of a coastguard service including  RCMP boats and all government  craft along with the RCAF rescue  teams. He was of the opinion safe  ty on the water was a responsibility of the federal government.  Coastal shinning had vanished  uuwii mroufeii the years but the  small craft had increased to the  point where 60 to 70 thousand  craft afloat require protection.  He promised to continue his  efforts on Sechelt's proposed  breakwater but up to the present  he had not been able to convince  the government of the necessity  surrounding it. It would continue  to be his No. 1 works project.  Turning to power Mr. Payne  said General McNaughton had  ample opportunity to place before  the external affairs committee  any complaint he had concerning  the Columbia power project..  There has been general agreement that the Columbia treaty is  a good one and that any talk of  re-negotiating it is sheer nonsense  Downstream benefits are a new  development and should be explor.  ed by experts. The National Energy board should tackle the  rights of downstream benefit  sales on the basis of need.  Concluding his address which  was attended by about 40 persons,  Mr. Payne urged that on the basis  of what he had done for the district he urged his re-election.  C.W.L. BAZAAR  The CWL Bazaar convened by  Mrs. K. Turik, Friday evening,  May 11 in   Gibsons School Hall  T-he;vBfcq��is^o8r^ of the    was a decided financial success  ncial park Which will add 187566    Kinsmen club and Boy Scouts on    and M.  vincial park Which will add 18,566    KirismSn club and Boy  acres to the provincial park sys-    the parade route. Parade entries  :, ���tem'ha$,'. been announced by the    are being received by Mrs. John  ''���In. ��__���rl��*<& %e$ixffi6&y&:a,?k��  GIBSONS, MAY 17,  LEGION HALL, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.  and 6:30 io 9 p.m.  newest recreational area, Mona-  .. shee, Provmical Park,; is. described"ioy the minister as a miniature Garibaldi comprising high  mountain lakes, extensive alpine  areas and mountainous terrain.  It will be maintained as a wilderness area, Mr. ^Westwood said.  ���E*|i(yhbelf! &t: Cozy Court Motel.  During the afternoon at Hackett park-there wili be a demonstration by a Port Mellon group  under direction of Danny Strain,  of what can be done on a trampoline. These demonstrations  have attracted many people wherever they have been held.  Mrs. Turik thanks all, including Gibsons merchants who were  generous with their donations.  On the raffle draw Mrs. Elsie  Blomgren won first prize of, $25  with 'Miss' Nell Zobloski and Mark  Fromager of Roberts Creek winning second and .third prizes. The  , door prize draw won by ticket  18219 is so far unclaimed and if  the winner phones 886-9382, delivery can be arranged.  RED   CROSS NEAR TOP  B.C. Red Cross campaign has  reached $560,000 to date or about  83 percent of the provincial target of $674,569. W. J. McFadyen,  B.C. president, said this is higher  that at the same time in 1961 and  in line with national' returns of  $4,713,438 to date, or 76.51 .percent  of the Canadian $6,160,452 goal.  Legion Sports  Royal* ���' Canadian' Region's (Junior Olympic training track meet  will be held by Gibsons branch  109, Sat., June 9 at Elphinstone  Secondary School grounds in Gibsons.  It is expected that there will be  quite a number of young athletes  on the school grounds to compete  in the numerous events arrranged  ��� by the committee in charge j This  is the. second an���nuaT.Olympics  Training meet held iri"-this area. "  The first, last year, was held at  Sechelt on the Reserve grounds. �� *.'  NEW   BOOKS        Church   Chuckles   by CARTWRIGH1  AT LIBRARY ~~~^  GIBSONS PUBLIC LIBRARY  Juvenile Dept.  Fiction  Ages 4-6  Madeline in London ��� Bemel-  mans.  Tale of a Turnip ��� Hewett.  Otto  in Africa  ��� DuBois.  Ages   8-10  Secret World of Og ���  Berton  Buffalo Knife ��� Steele  Ages 12-16  Dawn Wind ��� Sutcliff  Non-Fic^on  Ages 4-6  Lavender's Blue ��� Lines  Ages 8-10  Let's Make Presents ��� Hautzig.  Ages 12-16    "   :.  Leonardo  Da   Vinci '��� Ripley  Men of Medicine ��� Shippen  All Ages  Wonderful World of Prehistoric Animals ��� Swinton.  C.A.R.S. RECRUITS  To recruit new members for  its staff, C.A.R.S. is offering up -  to $500 bursary-loans' forV Grade  XIII. -students to attend tLB.C;,  or, in some cases, one of the  other five Canadian universities  offering similar courses.  To   interest 'high-.-., school   stu  dents in the physical and occupational therapy careers, a prize  - .of $100 will be awarded by CARS  : for the best job study on physicalYmedicine therapy.. Job study s  - entries, may be sent directlv to  C.A;R.S!,    645   West    Broadway,  Vancouver 9, B.C., not later than'  .May 31.  2     Coast News, May 17, 1962.  " WOOD IS BEST        ~~~  Wood  is a superior insulating material. A one-inch thickness of, wood has the insulating  ; valueyof abouit slxVinclhes  of  Ibrick,.. 15;^ inches "of sandstone  'X-'.px   coperete/   and   nearly  150  ���  feet oi alumintim. .     '  ���", Come .and get it, mates! y****  ALL-\A/EATHER...ALL-\A/ATER  1  PROTECTION!  V  1  I  _t^>-  PRODUCTION HIGH  Production at Oshawa for the  first six months of the 1962 model year totalled 133,642 vehicles  The previous high for this period  was 110,030 units in the 1959 model year. Prior to 1950, the highest production for a total year  was 107.964 cars and trucks.  /'My husband is strictly ncn-denominationai  he ignores all churches equally!"  ���**  Weddings  LEWIS  WALKER  GIBSONS  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DUROID ROOFS  Reroofing & Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  MEETINGS  of  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  Congregation Bible Study  Gibsons, Sechelt, West Sechelt.  and Madeira Park, Tues, 8 p.m.  Ministry School  Kingdom Hall,   Fri.   7:30 p;m.  Service Meeting  Kingdom  Hall,  Fri.  8:30 p.m.  Public Talk  i   Kingdom Hall, Sun. 7 p.mi.  Watchtower Study  .;   Kingdom Hall, Sun. 8 p.m.  The,Kingdom Hall is at  '���' Ys_lma Park' .���*' "' "1-.  ':  No Collections  The United Church in Penticton was the scene of a very pretty wedding when June Ethel Walker and Ronald Albert Lewis  were united in marriage, Rev.  R. Gates officiating.  The bride is a descendant of  a well-known pioneer family and  the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Harry Walker and grand-daughter of Mrs. and the late George  Walker. The groom is the son  of Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Lewis of  Penticton.  The bride was charming in a  pastel light blue dressmaker suit,  with white flowered hat and accessories with a corsage of pink  carnations. Her bridesmaid was  Miss Sandra Detjen who wore  a semi-formal gown of light gree?i  embossed satin with floral headdress and short veil with light  blue accessories with a corsage  of red carnations. The best man  was Mr. W. Hadwell. A reception was held at the home of the  groom's parents. The young couple spent their honeymoon in Van  couver and will make their home  at Queen  Charlotte Island.  A record number of whoop-  Ming    cranes   'iretuirned'-; to :, .-the^.  Arkansas   Wildlife   Refuge   in  Te��xas this year���- 38 birds.  PENMORE GREENHOUSES  PRATT ROAD, GIBSONS ��� Ph. 886-2114  Fuschias ��� Baskets  Vegetables ��� Geraniums  Bedding   Flower i Plants  OUR PLANTS GROW ��� LOOK FOR OUR SIGN  CLOSED SUNDAY  Night School -1962-63  The Board of School Trustees of District 46, is interested  in making arrangements for an enlarged Night School Program  for the season 1962-63.  Where instructors and pupils are available, both Academic-  and Vocational subjects will be offered. However, the type and  number of classes offered, will depend entirely on the response  to you the people of the community, to this advance request  for instructors and pupils.  Qualified teachers not employed at present, are urged to  participate in the interrupted Adult Education, by offering to  teach subjects for which credits are given.  People who are qualified by training and experience in other  subjects or hobbies, but who are not necessarily professional  teachers are also called upon to take part in the Night School  program.  To assist in preparing courses for next season 1962-63 persons who are interested in taking part, either as teachers or  as pupils, are urged to make use of and return the* completed  form provided below, either to the principal of your nearest  school or to the office of the Board of School Trustees, Gibsons,  B.C., as soon as conveniently possible.  NAME   ADDRESS   PHONE .... .���   '������V'YY  OR  SUBJECT  PREFERREB.   REMARKS   Tlhe Boagpdt; pt School Trustee*.  Sohool District No. 4��� U3c��h��tt>,  Box 220, Gttjww, B.C.  LEGION PROJECTS  Housing is but one of many*  projects undertaken by the Legion in British Columbia toward welfare of senior citizens.  Corpmunllty. social clubs, summer holiday camsps are part of  the ��� overall welfare program.  Even such small branches as  122 at Golden search for-ways  to assist. Members there donated 12 folding bridge tables to  the{ penior citizens' room in the  municipal hall.  MARSHALL WELLS  BARNACLE BILL'S  MARINE  PAINT  r  !_,,  A. Simpkins  BRICKLAYER  Sechelt. B.C.  885-2132  ESTIMATES  AT  YOUR  CALL  Don't put it off . . .put it on'-. . . Barnacle Bill's Marine Paint! Protects all  interior and exterior surfaces of wood or metal from the destructive action of sea  water. Stands up to severe weather ��� rain, snow or sleet ��� gives you the kind  of protection that's made it so popular for use on water craft of all kinds.  ���.    '_. _   +t.        ��i_   >       ���� ��� -��� _��� ,/,f!!^J//fBorrow this beautiful COLOR HARMONY BOOK! t^Mae^  Beauty by the galldnfor all your painting needs'/^ fa;///y0urownJlorne from nundreds%f modem c^r combinations!  .2012-P  Gikons Hardware Ltd.  OWNER  Phone 886-2442  Parker's Hardware Ltd.  Phone 885-2171 ��� Sechelt  X'    ". OWNER       '  HOW MANY HAVE  USED A BANK LOAN?  ��� - .'-.     ' ''-./-���  More than ever before���because the chartered banks have on their books  more commercial and personal loans than ever before / Commercial loans  to help keep the wheels of industry moving. Personal loans for a wide variety  of individual and family purposes. At last count, more than i,S550,OQO men  and women were making use of some ferm of personal loan for some  ���  worthwhile purpose/Year by year, more people discover the ��������� and  convenience of borrowing from a bank. It's good business to see your local  bank manager when you stand in need of financial help. '     .-  THB CHARTERED BANKS SERVING TOUR COMMUNITT life'* Darkest Moment  A WEBSTER CtASSIC  *mi����> To OHevs/  A FiPE GLEANER.  Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  P. 0. 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 Circuilaition, Canadian Weekly  Newspaper Association, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association and  B.C. Weekly; Newspapers Adveartising Bureau, 608-1112 W. Pender St., Vancouver, B.C.  Raites otf Subscription, $3 -per year, $1.75 for six months.  Unified States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  65  v Hon. Eric Martin, minister of  health services and hospital insurance, reporting on the program of hospital construction undertaken by British Columbia  communities during the past decade, said this tremendous activity in major construction initiated by community enterprise  and encouraged by provincial  grants, has produced more than  4,800 beds, at a gross, expenditure of approximately $61,000,000.  Of this amount the provincial  government gave grants totalling  over $30,000,000. The projects lin-  lertiaken include the construction of new hospitals where facilities had not existed, the replacement of old hospitals which had  become obsolete, and the provision of additions to existing buildings.  In the present formula for cost  sharing, the government of British Columbia pays 50 percent of  the approved costs of hospital  construction, the federal government provides a grant of $2000  per bed, and the balance is the  responsibility of the community.  In many areas of B.C. the average cost of hospital construction per bed is approximately  $18,000!, of which the provincial  government would pay $9,000, the  federal government $2000 and the  community would be responsible  for $7000. In addition to construction grants, the provincial government also   pays  one-third  of  the costs of equipment,   building  improvements, and alterations.  The minister stated that during 1961 the following new hospitals were completed: the 40 bed  Terrace and District hospital, the  283 bed Lions Gate hospital serv-  ���- ing North and West Vancouver,  and the new three-storey 71 bed  'St. Joseph General hospital, Dawson Creek. Other projects completed in 1961 involved a variety  of building improvements and alterations, at the Vancouver General; St. "Paul's, Vancouver;" the  Royal Jubilee, Victoria; and the  Chemainus and Hazelton hospitals.  At present there are eight major hospital projects underway  throughout the province, involving over 750 beds and total costs  of approximately $14,000,000.  These include the almost completed 195 bed nurses' residence  and training school at the Royal  Columbian hospital, New Westminster; the 160 bed Nanaimo  Regional hospital, due for completion in October; a new 68 bed  hospital at Plort St. John; a new  72 bed hospital at Williams Lake:  new laboratory and laundry build  ihgs at St. Paul's hospital, Vancouver; a 195 bed addition and  20 bed psychiatric wing at the  . Royal Jubilee hospital, Victoria;  a new 35 bed hospital at Grand  Forks; and a 2�� bed hospital plus  10 staff beds at McBride.  Although this accelerated pro  gram of construction; has been  going on for the past ten years,  a brief review of plans presently  under consideration shows that'  the pace of providing new and  expanded hospital facilities will  continue for some time. A total  of 28 projects are already in the  active stages of planning, representing some $39,000,000 in construction costs. Those communities with proposed construction  under review include: Powell River (to tender), Fort Nelson, Surrey, Duncan, Mission, Kamloops,  Vernon, Comox, Sechelt, Merritt,  "'Coast News^ Mlatyt 17, 1962.      3  100 Mile. House, Murrayville,  Prince Rupert; Quesnel, Richmond, Ladysmith, Kelowna, Lytton; Queen Charlotte Islands,  North Vancouver, Prince George,  Squamish, Salmon- Arm, Cxe*?-  ton, New Westminster, Vancouver arid Victoria.  Mr. Martin said, "This tremendous accomplishment on the part  of B.C. communities to meet the  continuing demand for additional  hospital accommodation, is one  of the reasons British Columbians  enjoy' a high standard of patient  care and can look forward to a  bright future in hospital ser-  -vices."  Another mode of travel  Remember the days when the Sechelt Highway was a gravel road  most of the way? Now it is a paved highway right through to Earls  Cove and is known as the Sunshine Coast Highway.  Can you recall the three day trip necessary to get to Vancouver  and back? Now there is an hourly ferry service with time to go there  and back almost between meals.  Remember the days when tall timbers reared their tops high  above Wilson Creek area? Nobody ever thought there would be an  .airfield there. Today there is one there capable of handling fairly  heavy planes.  In opening the Sechelt-Gibsons Municipal Airport on Wednesday  afternoon of last week, Lieut.-Gov. G.. R. Pearkes implied in his  remarks that with the opening of the airfield the Sunshine Coast area  now had practically every means of transportation available by land,  water and air. With the increase in air activity and the need for smaller airports away from the large centres, the airport on the Sunshine  Coast will supply a much-needed place for planes to land or take off.  All those who had a part in the planning and construction of this  airport deserve great credit. It took some courage to get the idea  ���moving in this area but eventually it reached the point where fed--  eral authorities were interested.  It will take a little time for this airport to become a mecca for  air travellers but come it will because the air traffic is on the increase and in this country 'as the crow flies" is a much quicker  way to get anywhere compared to the route one would follow on terrain lying on the face of this province. Congratulations to all who  worked to get this airfield.  Legion houses senior citizens  AU units are self-contained, have  separate front and rear entrances.  Refrigerators, gas ranges, gas  wall heaters and automatic hot  water tanks add to the comfort  of the units. Each is wired for  television  and telephone.  Concrete sidewalks have been  laid and the parking areas blr|:k-  topped. Official opening is planned in May after landscaping has  been completed.       .   Gems of Thought  The art of progress is to Preiser ve order  amiid changte  and  tc preserve change lamid order.  ���Alfred North Whitehead  Without the idea of progress  life is a corrupting marsh.  ���H. G. Wells  Within the past two years various branches of British Columbia's Legion have invested a total of $2000,000 in housing developments for senior citizens.  Most are built in' the Lower  Mainland area and on Vancouver  Island, some of the largest bp-  ing in Vancouver. Newest Legion-  sponsored development is at 15th  Avenue and Nanaimo Street.  On of the larger and more recent projects was opened at  White Rock Feb. 1. The $ll0,000  development consists of 12 dou-,  ble and eight single units and is  named Sunnyside Villas. Double  units consist of a living room  with adjoining dining area, cabinet kitchen, bedroom, bathroom  and utility room.  Single units include a bed-sit.  ting room, kitchen and bathroom.^  The Turning Point:  THE DECLINE OF  THE DOLLAR  . '"   By   .     .  Jack Davis  (Liberal Candidate;)  for Coast-Capilano Ridinjr  Our exchange rate is like a barometer. When it goes  up. other people are "investing heavily in -Canada's future.  When it goes down, thexe is. a buyefrs' strike and they are  soiling out. The recent devaluation of Ihe Canadian dollar,  -judged in this way, is an admission of failure. Our financial  weather is getting. worse arid there are samie real stormls  'ahead. <  Canada's dollar reached its post-war peak of $1.06  in 1957. But after 5 ytears of Tory rule it is down to 92,5  ���cents. Six successive budget deficits, harsh words about  foreign investment, and the absence of- teamwork at home  and abr-oad have caused the Canadian dollar to 4rop off.  No goverijmjent likes to admit failure a* election time. However, the Conservative)--! had little choice. The nun on out  dloljlar wias so bad that thety) had to peer it down with the  laid of the Internationail Monetary Fund.  Let us not los'e heart! Wei have all tlie resources anjd  ithe know-how to make our nation great. But a change in  ���government is yeissenrtiLal. Confidence will return. Exports  will increase and*construction pick up again. Det us create  a better climate ���] for expansion in the years ahq|ad. We can  each do our part by voting for Mike Pearson and his Liberal team on election day.'  /Y  take a stand for tomorrow  VOTE  LOCAL LIBERAL HEADQUARTERS .��� Ph. 886-9374  '#  ;>v-;.  ANOTHER  REDUCTION  in  A restless period  The Sunshine Coast population between Port Mellon and Egmont  is restless. There is good reason for this restlessness because the  area is growing and when new ferries are on the Langdale run the  expansion will be even greater.  There are signs in municipal councils, the school board, boards  of trade or chambers of commerce, whichever they are today, and  many organizations and businessmen.  Real estate men will tell you their sales have shown an increase  for the year as far as it has gone and that before the end. of the year  ���it will be in volume of business considerably in excess of any previous year.  The boards of trade are flexing their muscles and seek to operate  on a more advanced basis than in past years. They feel it is time  they were not outer rim appendages of more distinctly urban boards  of trade regional setups. So they are advocating a Sunshine Coast  region of boards of trade. In this they have the support of many  people because the problems of this specific area are by no means  urban but are emerging from the tall timbers into the suburban era  and this brings a different type oi problem. The pace of authority is  on the increase in the area. It is about time, too.  LONG  DISTANCE  STATICN-TO-STATION  RATES  ". #��  POINTS EAST OF ALBERTA  i While other things have been going: up in price, long distance station-to-station calls to  points east of Alberta have been coming down.  The latest reductions, effective on May 6, are the result of continuous efforts by the B.C.  Telephone Company and other major telephone systems across Canada to provide the best  in communications service at the lowest possible cost.  Below is a table showing the gradual reduction in rates over the years:  3 MINUTE STATION-TO-STATION DAY RATES  Forests and youth  Forest Conservation Week, May 13 to 19, was introduced by the  Canadian Forestry Association of B.C. some 13 years ago as a provincial effort to focus the attention of the general public on the part  the forests play in the provincial economy. Today, it has been adopted as a nation-wide observance, from Atlantic to Pacific.  In British Columbia the period will be known as "Junior Forest  Warden-Forest Conservation Week" in recognition of the fact that  these red-shirted youngsters bear a large part of the responsibility  for getting the conservation message across to their parents, neighbors, classmates and communities ia all parts of the province.  In Canada, they now have their own national authority, the Junior  Forest Wardea Association of Canada, whose president is Dr. B. G.  Griffith of the faculty of forestry, University of'b:C Within another  year, it is expected that Junior Forest Warden and affiliated youth  groups in Canada will number some 28,000 hoys active in forest  conservation in five provinces.  Lost Lagoon  b_> l*_ peurwm  A spray of waters hovers in the skies.  And mists crepuscular on Lost'Lagoon ���  A wind its harmony, it soars and sighs  In gentle canticles, its falling tune.  Uneasy colors pause and play again,  A changing rhapsody from soundless throats ���  The mists, soft tears, embrace the mute refrain.  And, trembling, vanish with the dying notes.  '   t  :  1935  1945  1960  1962  ;  Vancouver*��� Montreal  8.25  4.80  3.50  3.15  .,  New Westminster*��� Toronto  7.75  4.50  3.35  3.00  Victoria -Halifax  10.00  5.40  3.70  3.35  Nanaimo ��� Winnipeg  430  3.30  275  2.50  Trail ��� Montreal  730  4.50  3.35  3.00  Komlcapt rv^Mw*  730  J'-4;'40-:  3.35  3.00  ���.-..  Nelson -Montreal.  730  4.50  3.35  3.00  Prince Geferge ��� JUjrina  5.30  466  335  2.10  warn '  . *Sumafcy rata* are the mum oi Vancouver and New Wesfminder rate*  B.C.TEL r*��}  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY  ... ...,.���. V  1  i  > ��� . i new books Roberts Creek items  Short orders for /late comers  Saturdays till 2 a.m.  Open till midnight the >rest of the week  till further notice  SldH____t MEATRE  FVi., Sat.,^V!oii. f May 18, 19^ 21  Esther Williams Cliff Robertson  THE BIG SHOW  "^.���''Technicolor- :-..'��� \.-������:������/��� ���  Start at 8, out at 10 p.m. ��� ���'���'Y*  Sunday - ryUPNIOHT SHOW - May 20  BorisYRarloff T^  FRANKENSTEIN 1970  /'V''DTOrs''bpen-'4'2:05/'ia.mvr''-.  #-_M_M��_i-a^BH__^---~a��--Ba--a''''Hn*---a__---_H-a-_------M_H_-__-a.  JACKPOT MONDAY NIGHTS  Starting*, with $5y another $5 will be added until won  One ticket drawn e&cih Monday: Holder rhiust be in Theatre.  Each week's tickets go into the nexsti week's pool.  AT LIBRARY  GIBSONS JUVENILE DEPT.  Ages 4-6  I'm Hiding ��� Livingston.  A Handful of Surprises ��� Heathers  Cats Have Kittens. ��� Do Gloves  Have Mittens? ��� Schurr.  Ages 6-8  Rumpelstiltskin'��� Pavel,  The Sooner Hound ��� Weiss  Adventures of Poor Mrs. Quack  ��� Burgess.  Adventures of Jerry Muskrat ���  Burgess.  Adventures of Peter Cottontail  ������ Burgess.  Adventures of Jimmy Skunk ���-  Burgess.  Adventures of Buster Bear ���  Burgess.  Mother West Wind's Neighbors  ��� Burgess.  Ages 8-10  The Little Juggler ��� Cooney  Toontoony Pie���Siddiqui  Young Firemen of Lakeville ���  Webster.  Ages 10-14  Amuny,. Boy of. Old Egypt -r-  Schlein   ,  Ages 12-16  Devil Drivers ��� Ogan.  Through the Line��� Gault  National Velvet ��� Bagnold.  Comic   World   of   Dickens   -���  Schilling.  Non-Fiction:  Ages 6-8.  Eskimos Knew ��� Pine.  Ages 8-10  Birds of the Crow Family ���  Earle.  Getting to  Know UNESCO ���  Griffin.  Ages 10-14  Language of Animals ��� Selsam  :-'r..r~" "i Nurses meet  i  i  i  i  CHAIN SAW  ANNOUNCEMENT  POWER MACHINERY has done it again!  Besides the direct drive Model 270 and gear  drive Model 271, we now introduce the  Model 175  The Model 175 sells f ojr $175 with 15 inch  ������i;--,>7^|i--^>jld'chain'  Here is a chance to get yourself a good chain  saw at a reasonable price  Call in and see this new Model along with the  Models 270 and 271 at  Jackson 8rosj Logpo In. Lid.  WILSON CHEEK, B.C. ��� Phone 885-9521  I  1  Miss Ada George, president,  presided at the two-day session  of the annual meeting of the Registered Nurses' Association of  British Columbia in Holyrood  House, Victoria, oh May 10 and  11: Councillors from ten districts  and delegates, from 41 chapters  as well as many, other interested  nurses attended.  Hon. Eric Martin, minister of  health, attended the opening session. George Clutesi of Victoria  was luncheon speaker who spoke  on The West Cpast Native Indian..  Miss Mae McCartney, local public health nurse, attended as  councillor, from: this district. Mrs.  Joyce Nicol, R.N., acting matron  ^^jSt^^tary^v hospital, Garderif*  BayY.was" the" delegate represent-.  - ingYthe~ Sunshine;' Coast Chapter.  ���   . -    ' :; ���������-'    -���    ��� '       ^  HOW DEEP TO DIP  Never dip a paint brush  more than half the bris'Ue  length .into -the! can. One-third  ithe length fe-even better. Deep  dipping causes paint to build up  hear the. metal heel, harming ���  the: brush. Instead of wiping off  excess- painlt by scraping the  'brush against lihe can, tap the  bristles genitily against the in-  iside of the can. Your .brush will  last longer this wayY ;y*yY.'..;.  Which car cpuMaScotia Plan Loan help you buy 2  ���J$.ny oneYIiayge, medium oi* small...  (Canadian, or^ffipof ted ..". new or used. '  ���EJcotia;Plan's low rates are tH<��' safh& for '  4i models of every make. What's more,  ���jifou can arrange your Scotia Plan Loan  txefore you shop for your car. This  fiarantees you the advantages of Scotia  Jan's low rates and lets you make the  <$eal the moi^t^^l^^  $ant. Of course,'Scotia jPlan libans are"  4)so available for paying medical bills,  iYyvV:*?*'!*'^?.''^  consblidatrhgdeb^buyingnewfurnitureYv XX.  ���-anythingwoxinwliUe. Scotiabank     X-  custbUfier Sr no%'before'yftu borrow money',,  call at your nearest branch of The Bank of  Nova Scotia and discuss a ScotiaPlanLoan. '��� ���*���* ��� "���������������'  (By Madge Newman)  Honoring Mrs. T. Wright of  Richard, Sask. Mrs. E. Sand-  berg entertained at the tea hour  on May 5. Guests included Mes-  daimes R. Cumming, P. Graham,  B. MacLean, C. Wells, R. Bernard, B. Clark and M��ss M.  Walker. Mrs. Wright, with Mr.  Wright, has spent the wintter  months here).  OES memibers are busy) planning -for their annual garden  party which will be he/Id on  July 6 at the R. Gumiminjr home  on Beach Avenue.  The childreWs syuare dancing classes were brought to a  close on May 4 with a dance  and party at the Legion Ball.  About 30 youngsters and 20  adults danfced and played  games, winding up with refreshments served by Mrs. A. Daitt-  rotfti. The classes, sporiisored by  the Legion, were taught by Mr  end Mrs. Bud Blatchford with  a record player for music and  Bud doing the calling. It is hoped this very pastime wili be ref-  sumed next winter.  Mr. and Mrs. S. Rowland arid  children of Port Mellon have  taken possession of their home  on Crowe Road recentlyi purchased from the Ed. Campbells  who have become trailer-wise.  Mrs. R. Eades and Mrs. H.  Mylroie, matron and associate  ���matron of the local chapter. of  OES, were in Vancouver recently to: attend a ceremonial dinner at the Grosvenior hotel at  Which 95 OES officers from  various points of the province  were present.  Mass Sheila Smith visited  friends at the Creek while holidaying at Redroofs with a party  of other students from Vancouver Gemeral Hospital.  4      Coast News. May 17, 1962  ' -    _���!���   1 '���_   -i���      -��� ��� I   .-  II II I��������  Go to the sidewalk when  leaving buses or streetcars;  don't cross in front of or behind the vehicle.  GIBSONS  CHIROPRACTIC  CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  10 to 12 a.m. ��� 2 to 6 p.m.  CLOSED WEDNESDAY  Evening appointments  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  886-9843  PUMP TANK TRUCK  TANKS BUILT OR REPAIRED  DRAINAGE FIELDS INSTALLED  GIBSONS PLUMBING  Ph. 886-2460 for information  THE BRNK OFNOVR SCOtifl  MORE THAN 600 OFFICES ACROSS CANADA AND ABROAD  All Day Sun, May 20  A new post and /beam house with  many attractive features by  Johnston & Feidler  OF GIBSONS  Visiters jWelcoime    ���   \at Weinga-ert 'Road  OPPOSITE HILLTOP BUILDING SUPPLIES  For further information phone 886-2404 or 886-6674  Best wishes to the owners Mr. and Mrs. John Gaw  On Friday, May 25,1962 all landowners in  Hospital Improvement District No. HI will  be asked to vote on the following question  "Are you in favor of the Trustees selling debentures  in an amount necessary to net /a sum not exceeding $372,-  767, repayable over a period of twenty years, for the purpose of improving hospital facilities in the district, including the construction ;of a new hospital near the Village of  Sechelt?"  A two-thirds ���Yes" vote is required  for the above question to pass  The following pollirtg information is for your assistance:  1.   Date and time of poll:  Fri., May 25, between 8 a.m. & 8 p.m.  2.   Polling Places:  EGMONT, Post Office  GARDEN BAY, Coast Mission Club  HALFMOON   BAY,   Rutherford's   Store  SECHELT, Legion Hall  WILSON CREEK, Community Hall  ROBERTS CREEK, Legion Hall  GIBSONS, Old United Church Basement  HOPKINS, Community Hall  PORT MELLON, Community Hall  GAMBIER ISLAND, Veteran's Hall  You may, vote at any of the polling places, but you  may vote only once regardless ; of how many times your  name may appear on the voters' list which -will be provided  at each polling jstation.  If-you need a ride to the polls'he sure* to. telephone one of the numbers listed below  WILSON CREEK ��������� 885-2028  ROBERTS CREEK .��� 886-24*07  GIBSONS ��� 886-9506  PENDER HARBOUR��� TU 3-2411  'HALFMOON BAY ��� 885-9672  SECHELT ���885-2013...  SELMA PAR& ���885-9336'  yx.p <���:.i*.<;_s*t^'v i-X ;"--"��'������' ?4:'->  :>.V*/<M. ,*,fc���--',K'V-y<���%*������������<��% v '''V ���*.'*iV i'-.-V  "S,   V6fe "YES" on May 25 X  ATf END THI_ MEETING AT MADEIRA   PARK   COMMUNITY  HALL ON MAY 18; AT 8 P.M.��� ���.'."  '���/*��������������� '  ��� (��� Piano students s  ATTENTION!  Roberts Creek  Until furlsher notice garbage  will be picked up every  second Sunday commencing  May 7.  Kelly's  Garbage   Collection  Ph. 886-2283  Trade up in power!  Get  lowest  weight  25 hp  with the  MERC  250  ** $00.00  p��r month  i The 25 hp Merc Is light, but  powerful enough for skiing...  Small enough for the trunk of  your car. It has quiet Jet-  Frop exhaust and the original  automatic transmission for  throttle and shift. Fish, house*  boat, ski with Merc 250.  Haddock's at Pender  MERCURY SALES & SERVICE  TU 3-2248  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC  WORKS. OTTAWA  TENDERS  SEALED TENDERS addressed to Secretary, Department  of Public Works, Room B-322,  Sir Charles Tupper Building*,  ���Riverside Drive. Ottawa and  endorsed TENDER FOR TWO-  CLASSROOM ADDITION, ST.  PAUL'S INDIAN DAY  SCHOOL. NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. will be received until 3:00 P.M. (E.D.S.T.), WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1962  Plans, specifications and  forms of tenfder can be seen,  ���or can be obtained on deposit  lof sum of $50.00 in the form  of a CERTIFIED bank cheque  to -the order of the RECEIVER  GENERAL OF CANADA,  (through:  Chief Architect, Room D-715,  Sir Charles Tupper Building,  Riverside Drive, Ottawa; District Architect, 1110 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C.,  District Office, 816 Government Streat, Victoria; and can  (be seen at the Post Offices at  Nortih Vancouver and Squam->  iish; and at the offices at The  Building & Construction Industries Exchange of B.C., Vancouver. B.C.  Thes deposit will be released  on return of.the documerffcsin  ���good condition within a month  from the date of reception of  tenders. If not returned within  /that period the deposit will be*  forfeited.  To be ���'biteidered each tender  $25,000 and over moist������;���.*������'     ^  (aX be  accompanied  by   one,  of the alternative securities called for in the tender documents,  (b) be made  on the printed  forms supplied by the Department and  in accordance with the conditions  set forth therein.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.   ROBERT FORTIER,  Chief of AdmlmatraAive  Services and Secretary.  An asthmatic soft pedal on El-  P^instone Secondary School grand  piano created mild consternation  Friday night of last week when  the pupils of ..Mrs. Betty Allen  presented'their annual recital.  In spite of the handicap to the  youthful players who were no  doubt distracted by the wheezy  pedal and found concentration difficult, the concert was a success.  More celebrated artists than they  have been placed off-balance by  the idiosyncrasies of their instru-,,  ments so the few lapses which  occurred should .be overlooked.  Wendy Duncan displayed an almost timorous approach to the  piano but before she had played  many bars of Beethoven's Sonata  No. 1 she revealed real musicianship and played as though she felt  every note of the music spiritually as well as mentally.��� *  FOOTWEAR  See our lines of best quality  boots', and shoes ,for men���  sports, work and iclress shoes  OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY  Marine   Men's  Wear  LTD.  Ann Lang showed fine versatility in her Rachmaninoff Prelude  No. 5 and the Chopin Etude, the  mood expressed in the/latter, so  nicely; performed, led right into  .the"' mood of the Debussy numbers by Mrs. Allen which followed. '���'���'.'���  y Lyn Vernon and Dianne McDonald in Lecuona's Maleguena shook  the rafters at times. Their four  hands gave a spirited performance of this popular number. As  soloist 'Miss Vernon played a  Brahms Rhapsody and Schubert's  Soiree de Vienne with definite  assurance of her command at the  piano.  Miss McDpriald in the Chopin  Polonaise experienced a.little dif-  'l ficulty but came through with a  performance which  drew strong  ��� applause. :, Y,  Sharen MacKay in a Beethoven  ; Rondo   fowled   good   technique;  ��� and an understanding of the work  she performed.  Among the younger pupils Shir-  ley Haddock played as though she  enjoyed Duett's Juba Dance arid  Heather Lang in Barett's Highland Lament caught the mood of  the music and expressed it in an  able manner.  Others who reached out with  their, playing were Pauline Liste  with her descriptive May Night.  by Palmgren, Marilyn Macey  with Columbatti'e Little White  Sails and Jphn Warn Who received a good reception when he appeared to play Heller's Curious  Story.       :    .  Patty Smith and Gail Greggain  played Percy Granger's Country  Garden as a duet and had quite  a ramble. Mr. Granger would  have enjoyed it, too. Another duet  by Deborah Dockar and Marilyn  Macey, The Tin Soldier by Jeph-  son deserves mention for its neat  presentation.  Katherine McKibbin, Debra  Marsh and" Vicki-Lee Franske  were quite adept in the playing of  their two numbers. '���'���  Mrs. Allen concluded the concert witti two Debussy numbers,  Jardine Sous la Pluie and Cathedral Engloutie, also the Rachmaninoff Predule No. 2. Her verbal and musical description of a  cathedral, engulfed and disappearing as mists wander about it  was a delight not only to Debussy followers but to others.  bAsEbalI  BABE RUTH LEAGUE     ,  Sechelt   2, Pender Harbour 2.  Pender Harbour 11, Gibsons 6.  Pender Harbour 8, Gibsons  2.  STANDINGS  W     L     T     Pts.  Pender Hbr      2      0      1      5  Gibsons 1      2      0   "  2\  Sechelt 0      1      1      1  Games. Scheduled  Sun., May 20, Pender at Sechelt, 3 p.m.  Wed., May 23, Sechelt at Pender, 6:30 p.m.  Sun., May 27, Sechelt at Gibsons, 3 p.m.  �����  DRAMA HELPS  For Hhe second oonsecu/tive  year ail proceeds from the  major draima production prc**1-  .iseinted by the U.B.C. summer  school of theatre will be used  f ex student scholarships and.  bursaries. The director, Miss  Dorothy Somerset,   said:   "Pro-  Coast News, May 17, 1962.      5  <.-$eds from last year's play.  Dark of the Moon, make it possible fo,r us to assist many  ���young people who are interested in attending the 1962 summer school from July 3 to  August 18.  WANT  ADS  ARE   REAL   SALESMEN  Despite a busy schedule of pub-r  lie appearances in B.C. last weeky  Liberal Leader L. B. Pearson,  .found time in Vancouver to ��� con-|  fer with liberal candidate John)  Davis   of  Coast-Capilano   riding^  Along with other key Liberals,  Mr. Davis attended a policy meeting session at Liberal headquarters arid, stayed over, to welcome  the Liberal leader on his arrival  at Vancouver - International Airport.     '  Elphinstone Honor Roll  of Sechelt and area  Support May Day Events  in Sechelt Ion, May 21  SECHELT PENINSULA BOARD  OF TRADE  Students of the Elphinstone Sec-;  ondary School Honor Society who-)  have attained a B plus average"  for the third term report, were, in;  Division 3: Marion Brown (3rd),f  Steve Mason (2nd); Division 6. r  Joy Cameron (2nd), Nadine GantY  (2nd), Georgia Warn (2nd); Divi-*,  sion 8: Melody McDannald; Divi-?*  sion 9: Nancy LesUe (3rd), Syli-  via Hughes (2nd). ^  Students of the Honor Roll whp;.  have attained a B plus average;  in individual subjects were: English 91: Derelys Donley, Sonia Pu-  chalski, Irene Wais, Bill Fletcher ���  English 30: Marion Brown, Cara-;  lee Johnson, Steve Mason; Eng-:  lish 20: Joy Cameron, Diane McDonald; English 21: Melody McDannald; English 10: Nancy Leslie, Sue Butler, Carla Vanderhorn  English 8A: Rickey Davey, Carol Enemark and Lynda Dockar!  Mathematics 91: John Louden,  Paul Rigby, Croft Warn; mathematics 30: Peter Mason; Mathematics 20: Lynn Stenner, Bill  Ayres, Nadine Gant, Robin McSavaney; mathematics 10: Sylvia  Hughes, Barry Quarry, . Alex  Skytte; mathematics 8A: Rickey  Davey, John Warn; "mathematics 8B: Allen Cooper, Rose Bar-  cwsky and Doug Carmichael:^ -Y?  Chemistry 91: Marion Brown,  Derelys Donley, Steve Mason.  John Thomas, Croft Warn; physics 91. John Dodd, John Louden, Y,  Paul Rigby, Croft Warn; science ���'���$  20: Dal Crosby, Mike Moorhouse,  Diane McDonald,, Ray Rankin,  Linda Stanley, Douglas Wakefield  Georgia Warn, Bill Ayres; sciences: Erica Ball, Judy Brown,  Rickey Davey, James. Mandelkau,  Wayne Swanson and Michael Willis.  - French 92: Bob Friesan, French  81: Marion Brown, Caralee Johnson; French 10, Ricky Marsh and  Roberta Quigley.  History   91:    Marion    Brown,  Irene Wais; social studies 20:  Joy Cameron, David Leslie, Roberta Quigley, Gudrun Lehmann;  social studies 10: Nancy Leslie  (honorable mention), Sylvia  Hughes (honorable mention); social studies 8: Erica Ball.: Ricky  Davey, Lynda Dockar and James  Mandelkau.  Commerce 34: Gail Greggain,  Myona Stroshein; commerce 21:  Nadine Gant, Gudrun Lehmann,  Melody McDannald; commerce  20: Joy Cameron, Diane Denford,  Terry Enemark, Lynn Stenner;  commerce 10: Nancy Leslie, Karen Hansen, Sonia Puchalski, Barry Quarry, Diane Turik, Heather  Parker, Lynn Vernon, Rhonda  Watson, Elaine Gibb, Diane McDonald, Janice Douglas, Judy  Braun and Sharon Solnik.  ��� Nancy Leslie  Applications will be received  for the position of  CARETAKER  Howe Sound & District Branch 109  Royal Canadian Legion  Gibsons, B.C.  Applications should be submitted in writing addressed  to The; Secretary, Royal Canadian Legion, Box 257, Gio-  sons, B.C. and postmarked not later than May 31, 1962.  Ready M ix Concrete  WASHED  SAND  &  GRAVEL  CRUSH ROCK  DRAIN ROCK  FILL GRAVEL  Serving the Sechelt Peninsula  P & W Development Co  Phone Gibsons 9857  Is your car  past its prime?  termDlan  means ready cash for a car or any other big purchase  /��<���:>������*&  .fpY.  lit.'..-  ... puts buying inoney in your podlcct on n'ltam^oost,  busLaew^ebasis.^ 1^ to finance a car, a  TV set, ��� washing machine, or need money fer doctor's  bills, ot taxes...any reasonable purpose...compare the cost  of a Royal Bank tenripiail loan. You may find yourself  saving considerable money in interest charges! Borrow up  to $3,600, take up to 36 months to pay back in regular instalments. And the loan is life insured. Get the simple facts in  your tennPlail loan booklet, at any Royal Bank branch.  -,...��� ���*���  ROYAL BANK SECRETARIES MEET  Secretaries from most of the  121 member groups in the B.C.  Chamber of Commerce will be  attending the third annual secre  tarial conference in Hotel Georgia, Vancouver, Sat., May 26. The  session precedes the 11th annual  meeting of the B.C. Chamber  scheduled for the Empress Hotel,  Victoria, May 28-29.  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"island" fireplace  dividers the <xHnibinatioii,diim'ng area-kitchen���-which could double  as a "family room'" ������ from the living room with its atjtractive.  planter wall at the entry. Two bedrooms and a bathroom com-  " plete the upper floor living euri"angemen.ts, and downsitlairs to the  lowter area, are found more opportunities for family living and  entertainment. A bedroom and a den, with a full sized bathrotoim,  are included!, and a large recreation room with a snack bar and}  all Hhe ccaxvehiences runs across the back of the house. An unusual feature about the..downstairs arnangements is the fireplace  i'n the large bedroom. In.addition a^utility room contains all the}  laundry iacilltiies. The earportljis shown miderthe large sun deck  which is aecelssiable from; the %iawly^ro6m.  Designed fo-r N.ILA. approval,'-Asking drawings of this plan, are;  available from the Building Genire 116 E. Broadway), Vancouver  10. Send for our booklet, "Select Home Designs'' enclosing 25a  to cover cost of mailing and handling1.  New B of T region sought  A meeting with Sunshine Coast  Boards of Trade and Lower Main- <,  land Associated Boards of Trade *  members,to thresh out the matter  of forming a   separate Sunshine   Coast   region.   was   held  Thursday night of last week at  the Coffee Shop in Sechelt. PresY  ent  were    Gibsons,   Sechelt  and  Pender Harbour board executives y  Powell River board was not represented, y  The Associated Boards of Trade  officials put forward the idea that;  'ithe present five regions be altered to:make -nine regions for the -j-  area involved which would realign ���  some of the boards into new reY;...  gions.y       yy\-., ..���:-���:,     '���.'��� ���,'.������' -...'"'  Sunshine 'Coast    boards   now>Y  have, to make up their minds whether   this', arrangement   will   bejy  agreeable to them: The Sunshine;  Coast region will take in Powells  River,  Pender Harbour,   Sechelt  and Gibsons boards. It will name-rone director, to the, new associat-:  e'd boards setup'and will have it's v.:  own regional executive. The Sun-Y  shine Coast answer will have to3?,  "be in the hands of the associated  boards quarterly meeting June 111:  because a notice of motion will be?  necessary to place before the Sep-'  tember meeting.  An associated Board of Trade  meeting was. held Monday night,  April 9 at Danny's Dining room  when members from North andj  West  Vancouver"attended  along ���<  with representatives from Powell ;v  River,   Pender Harbour, SecheltY  and   Gibsons    boards   of   trade. Y  There  were 35 persons  present.'  Chief   item   under   discussion V  was the   desire of the Sunshine."  Coast   boards   of  trade, to form  a unit in order to have a  more:  effective   voice.  Under   the  pre--*,  sie'nt ��� setup ���   these 1. boards   are"  aligned    with    Squamish,    Pem-  berton, North and West Vancouver and Hope. .    ,Y.  Feelings expressed at the meeting on the one side was that it  vould be better to have.a unified  voice instead of having two smaller units. The Sunshine Coast  boards argued their problems  were not the same as those at  Hope, Pemberton or the Vancou-,  ver area and were of the opinion  they should form their own bloc.  Final result of the meetings  was to appoint a committee wits  both sides representated to take  a closer look at the situation and  see what could be done about it.  A meeting will be held on a later  date in Gibsons.  Do not wear hoods or high  eolllars which dbscure vision,  when walking in traffic  areas.  You'll find good RESTAURANTS  galore inthe YELLOW PAGES  of your Telephone Directory  6      Coast News, May 17, 1962.  POSTER PRIZE  Mary Lynn Rice of Langdale  Elementary School who lives at  Hopkins Landing came third in  the Canadian Forestry' Association   elementary   school -nation  wide fire prevention poster , eon-  testy E. J. .Palmer, president;of  the Canadian Forestry Association of B.p. has announced. Miss  Rice obtained her prize in the  provincial contest * which was a  part of the national. contest.  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Coffee Bar, Sechelt  Rickard, Crawford & Co., Sechelt  Tyee Products Ltd., Sechelt  Sechelt Shoe Renew  Sechelt Building Supplies Ltd.  j Peninsula Building Supply,  Sechelt  ' Sechelt Realty & Insurance Agencies  j Sechelt Automotive Service Ltd.  Peninsula Logging Supply Ltd., Sechelt  W. H. Parsons, B.A. Oil Agent  Sechelt. Taxi  Selma Park General Store,  Aggett Agencies Ltd., Sechelt  ,  Sechelt Barber Shop, George Flay  Morgan's Mens Wear, Sechelt  C & S Sales & Service, Sechelt  Chris's Jewelers, Sechelt  ......    y- . ' ���'������-.���      :���...���.       ; ���    ... ��� .  ��� ���I" Sechelt Inn, Sechelt  Jackson Brothers Logging Co. Ltd.,  Wilson Creek  Benner Bros. Furniture & Paint Store, Sechelt  Tyee Airways Ltd., Sechelt  : H. Bishop Ladies' VVear, Sechelt  Village Coffee Shop, Sechelt  Village Bakeiry, Sechelt  X Kenmac Parts, Gibsons & Sechelt  ! Parkers Hardware Ltd., Sechelt  MARSHALL WELLS STORE      '*  Gibsons Loggers' & Sportsmen's Supplies Ltd.  Village Enterprises Ltd., Sechelt  Toggery Shop, Sechelt  Kuriuk Electric  & Plumbing, Sechelt  Anne's Flower Shop, Sechelt  Pink Elephant Coin Launderies  Sechelt & Gibsons  Cozy Court Motel, Sechelt  Toynbee Construction Co. Ltd., Sechelt  Tasella Shoppe, Sechelt  Wigard's Shote Store, Sechelt  Richter's T.V. & Radio Ltd., Sechelt  Sechelt Service Store  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  Shop Easy Store No. 5, Sechelt  Cliff's Motors Ltd., Sechelt  McPhedren Electric, Gibsons  HYB. Gordon & Kennett Ltd.,  Gibsons & Sechelt  Howe Sound 5���10���15<�� Store, Gibsons  Gibsons Automotive  Gibsons Plumbing  Peninsula Glass, Gibsons  Welcome Cafe, Gibsons  N. Richard McKibbin Insurance, Gibsons  Lang's Drug Stores, Gibsons & Sechelt  The Dutch Boy, Gibsons  Gibsons Bakery  Sunnycrest Motors  Consolidated Grocery,  Roberts Creek  Vic's Trading Post, Wilson Creek  Hilltop Motors, Gibsons  Gibsons Hardware Ltd.  Roberts Creek Community Association  { ���'��� John R. Harvey, Gibsons  Gibsons Radio Cabs  Totem Collision, Gibsons  Laurie Speck Sheet Metal Works, Gibsons  Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd.  Hill's Machine Shop, Gibsons  E. McMynn, Real Estate & Insurance, Gibsons  Renee's Sportswear & Lingerie Shop, Gibsons  Marshall & McLeod Plumbing  Gibsons & Sechelt  Solnik Service Station, Gibsons  Danny's Motel '& Coffee House, Gibsons  J. J. Rogers & Co. Ltd., Sunnycrest Plaza:  Chas. English Ltd., Sunnycrest Plaza  Budd Kiewitz, Shell Oil Distributor, Gibsons  Hilltop Building Supplies, Gibsons  Todd's Dry Goods, Sunnycrest Plaza  Centre Service Station, Sunnycrest Plaza  Don's Shoe Store, Sunnycrest Plaza  Super-Valu, Sunnycrest Plaza  Danny Wheeler, Imperial Oil  Gibsons Shell Service Station  Gibsons Family Shoe Store  Marine Men's Wear, Gibsons  Ken's Foodland, Gibsons  Peninsula Cleaners, Gibsons  Gibsons Varieties  Thriftee Dress Shop, Gibsons  Midway General Store ��� E & M Bowladrome  Gibsons  Black & White Store, Gibsons ..  Elphinstone  Co-op. Association,   Gibsons  D. G., Douglas  Variety & Paints  Sunnycrest Piaza Fire regulations are revised  Revised forest fire prevention  regulations require that a permit be obtained before a sawmill  or other wood processing plant  be established in B.C.  In company with other fire  prevention regulations aimed at  reducing the chance of fires  caused by carelessness, this new  regulation Will give forest officers a chance to assess the fire  hazard potential of a proposed  site before an operator spends  money on an unsafe development.  Other sections of the same regulations state that woods operators shall maintain a stock of  mechanical and hand firefighting  equipment, employ a watchman  to spot and quell after-work fire  outbreaks, have water and fire  extinguishers on hand, fall snags  within a specified radius of equip  ment, clear debris away from  possible friction points along cables, install spark arresters on  engine exhausts and restrict  smoking to safe areas.  The amount of equipment demanded by the regulations is governed by the number of men em-  Lissi-Laod Florists  HOPKINS LANDING  Ph. 886-9345  For your water garden,  Goldfish,  water   lilies,  snails,  aquatic plants  A full line of annual and  perennial plants  Tomato and vegetable plants  Jean and Bill Lissiman  ployed on an operation. Forest  officers make _regular and frequent checks, throughout the close  season to assure that operators  abide by the regulations. Failure to observe the rules of fire  prevention is punishable by fine.  Part of the same regulations,  approved by Order-in-Council  No. 803, March 29, 1962, and part  of the Forest' act, governs the  lighting of campfires in woodland areas. This portion states  that a permit must be obtained  before   lighting  a |ire;   that  the  fire when lit, must be at least  ten feet away from logsr stumps  and standing trees. In addition  tp this, all debris must be cleared away, down to .mineral��� soil,  for at leas! three feet beyond the  edge of the .fire.y:,,'���.; ���:'������ Y. y  Also illegal under the  FpreslY  act is the discarding of any burn���  ing  material   during the ��� closed  fire season. During the summer. ���  of 1961, five persons in B.C. were  fined up to $100 for tossing away  burning1 cigarettes,  matches and  similar misdemeanors. .'.  Guides offer their thanks  Guides and Brownies, leaders  and parents and the Elphinstone  Girl Guide Association express  their appreciation of the generous support given to the 1962  Cookie Sale. Thanks also go to  Canadian Forest Products Ltd .  and the Gibsons and district merchants who supported with ar  vertising " and to Ray Kruse for  the loan of the drug store window for a display of Guide and  Brownie handicrafts. By special  request this display is being continued for another two weeks.  A record number of 1,248 boxes of cookies were sold, at a profit of $78 which along with extra  donations will be divided between  the five Brownie Packs and the  Guide Company on a per capita  basis.  It is hoped some Guides will  be able to go to the new provincial camp at Chilliwack this summer. This 80 acre site, now half  cleared was recently acquired  with money from the provincial  share of cookie profits.  ELPHINSTONE PTA  The final Elphinstone PTA  meeting this season was held May  14 when Mr. E. Yablonski assisted by his school gym group gave  a display of gymnastics. Mrs.  Harding presented a report on  the PTA conference in. West Van-  coufer. Officers for the new year  were nominated by,. Mr. W'���"��� S  Poter. They will be sworn-in at  the September meeting. After  business was disposed of coffee"  was served.  Your Progressive Conservative Candidate in the  forthcoming Federal Election  Invites you to meet the Postmaster-General,  <cA/\a%ine. z date. - ^Lbions. ",  <Uus.��da\j,  <zJ\/[au 22 -  70:45 - 11:45 a;m.  or, in the  \XXJotem cz/\doin -   ^VilLaqe (Zojfee Jbhofi  <zSE.cne.Lt  ^ZJaei.dau, <zA/\clu .22 - ,12:1 f? - 1:30 fi.rn.  Coffee and Sandwiches will be served  This advertisement inserted by the Coast-Capilano  Progressive Conservative Committee  Sechelt PTA meets  Annual reports of Sechelt PTA  presented at a meeting Thurs.,  May 10 in the school activity  room revealed a busy and successful year. Mrs. G. Kraft, vice-  president, was in the chair.  Projects for the year were a  good used children's wear sale, a  dinner served at the Teachers-  convention, Family Night, Mrs.  Lowe's dance revue and sports  day. For sports day children were  given tickets with which they  could purchase at cost or below  any of the food on sale.  Three delegates took in the entire Parent-Teachers Federation  convention while eight others attended for one day only. The delegates reported on what happened at the convention.  Officers elected were Mrs. H.  Stockwell, president; Mrs. J.  Plumfidge, vice-president;' Mrs.  N. Hansen, secretary; Mrs. G.  Kennedy, treasurer; Mrs. T,  Lamb, program; Mrs. M. Jaegar,  health and welfare; Mrs. H. Nelson and Mrs. C. Poteet, membership; Mrs. W. Billingsley, publicity; Mrs. J. Postlethwaite, hospitality and Mrs. J. Goeson, social.  .#'������..  TWOf CHRISTENED  Y The Utile daiigiit��ift of T*Ir;-llrid  Mrs. Gordon Kennedy of Sechelt  were christened1; in St. i Hilda's  Anglican church by Rev. Denis  Harris. Godparents for Dianne  Lynn are Mrs. W. Hatch of Vancouver and Mr. and Mrs. J. Harrison of Gibsons.,Godparents for  Bonna Michele arte Mrisf.^VCi--Sae-X-  gar of Selma Park and Mr."arid ''  Mrs. D. DeHeart of Madeira Parky  The christening: cake was made  by Mrs. Harold Pearson; and 25  guests attended the reception  which followed. Out - of��� town  guests were Mrs. Hatch, Jill  Hatch and grandparents Mr; and  Mrs.   S. Maple of Vancouver.  |MUUlUllUttlUttlttMUUttttUlUl\llll\WttUttttttUlM  (Sechelt Building Supplies  | Ph. 885-9600  I Mr. & Mrs Fix-it  I Got a Bpild^ Problem?  I Let us th* your worrying  | Friendly advice without obligation  I       ,::^Xp^^^nd see our  I   new Mooring Department  1 INTERIORS OUR SPECIALTY!  ;t      9058 SIZES   36-48  '' Slimming as a diet! Simple  Jines, graceful gored skirt are  so-6 flattering to you. For  breezy days, add smart, scalloped bolero. Send now.  y Printed Pattern 9058: Women's Sizes 36, 38. 40, 42, 44,  ���46, 48. Size 36 dress 4Vz yards  -���5-inch; bolero 1% yards.. Y  ���** Send FIFTY CENTS (50c) in  coins (stamps cannot be accepted) for this patterny Please  print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE  NUMBER.  Send your order to MARIAN  MARTIN care of the Coast  News, Pattern Dept., 60 Front  St. West, Toronto, Ont.  Extra! Extra! Extra Big  Spring-Sumimer Pattern Catalog  -���over 106 styles for all sizes,  ���������;i  St Aidan's meeting  St.   Aidan's   W.A.   of   Roberts  Creek annual spring tea with sale _  of baking, plants and r cards,\on  May 4 was opened by Mrs. H. U. ������  Oswald who was  introduced by   ,  the president, Mrs. R. Mianns.        0  The parish hall was bright.with  yellow tulips and bluebells 'arid .  the tea tables gay with dorpnicum  were soon surrounded by friendly  groups as soon as purchases were  made. Homemade bread, cakes  and cookies and all kinds of  plants were snapped up by purchasers. An amusing interlude  was the auction of a set of silver  by Mr. R. Cummings assisted by  Mr. L. Bengough.  DEALERS for  FIBERGLAS KITS  and MATERIAL  FibreglasySteelcote   Epo-  Lux paint  Fibreglas Anti-fouling  '   ���>���'���' ���'������'- ';ws paint Y, ��������� ���������..-yy-.;  FAIRM1LE  BOAT WORKS LTD.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 886-7738  �����%      ���> _  Nothing encourages business from distant customers and  prospects like a Zenith number��� which enables them to  call you toll-free at any time. Try it yourself right now by  calling owr Zenith number for full details.  Call your long distance operator and ask for Zenith 70.00 (It's free)!  /:  �������� ���"���.���^-':Y-y--  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY  203-2-Z  Bill Payne . . . .  makes things happen  *' % ':  Deciding that a job has tt> be done and actually, doing it are two different  things. Bill Payne, as your Member of Parliament for the past four years,  has built up a record of decisive action���of ten in the face of tough opposition. Take a look around ...'.. things are happening ,in Coast Capilano  Constituency. Bill Payne is making them happen.  For example:  1. Household mail delivery for Powell River, Westview,  Cranberry Lake, Wildwood ��� new post offices opened  at Garden Bay and on Jervis Inlet.  2. Rural mail routes ��� four new routes and five routes  extended.  3. Myrtle Point Airport ��� the complete project will result  in an expenditure of $750,000; providing jabs, and trade  and travel facilities.  4. Squamish Dredging and Harbour improvements $120,000  5. Westview Boat Harbour and Wharf $743,000  6. Gibsons Breakwater  . .$114,000  More Federal Government money has been spent in  Coast-Capilano during the past four years than in the  previous twelve years.  All there projects have been necessary��� All have increased employment.  VOTE PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE  zienvvnq qott with,. ���.  KEN'S  FOODLAND  PHONE   866-2563  Eviscerated Turkeys  Roasting Chickens  Lean Ground Beef  49c lb.  ij   lbs. for  9 JL  HAMBURGER & WEINER BUNS   2  DOZEN FOR  59c  YELLOW LABEL  59c lb.  KING SIZE  TIDE  $1.19  RE-ELECT PAYNE  El  TMs advertAs^poent inserted by the Coast Capilano Progressive  Conservative Committee.  f Libby's Tomato Juice 48 oz 4   $1  ^ER CHINESE FOOD '^%3*^:!fc  BKENTWH0D PEAS 2 ��� 39c  mmm frozen lemonade      2   29c  "���***.">��...���  Golden Ripe Bananas  aamlbs. for ��a\ -%fC  DELIVERY DAYS  Gibsons���-every day except Wed.  Gower Point���Thursday.  Port Mellon/���-Friday.  Roberts Creek���Saturday.  Free   Delivery  ' oni Orders oyer,  -$s        'X  Y. "     ��� ���' -. i. '������'������������I. ��!��� .���*��������� ,ii_ t */���_���_������'_������  OPEN  FRIDAY NITES  iill  9*  EVERYDAY LOW SHELF.PRICES! WHY THE HOLE?  . .; Quality . paint brushes generally, have a small round hole  near trie end of the handle so  that the brush.oan be sussper'd-  Qd iri a solvent for cleaning pur-  poises. A/ brush, should riot  stand on its bristle -tips because  the bristles will acquire,a permanent berid which cannot be  removed. .  A CAREER OF  SEJWICE..Y.  For the young nian or woman .interested in. a rewarding career of service, the pro-  ��ession of Chiropractic bf-  sfiers outstanding oipportuni-  *ies. Present day "high pres-  isure liviner" lays the fburida-  tion for structural distortions, Especially;of the spinial  icolumn, resulting in conditions of disease. Year by year  the heed for .practitioners ih  ���the healing art: that specializes in the -correction ������ of  these conditions is increased.  Chiropractic has earned recognition from the general  public, government agencies;  Workmen's, Compensation *  Boards, insurance companies,  toduistriyl, unjioh��, athletic  ���teams and many oMier organizations based upon its re-  eond of service to suffering  imiarikind.  There are many avenues yet  to be explore'd that provide  ��ppqrturiaties..for ypunlg people of keen intellect who- are  looking for ihe challenge of  pioneering in a relatively  yiouriig profession. Cihirbprac-  itic has made tremendous  ���strides since its discovery in  1895;���r:^ftut���������,';.th'ere.������������-jare^��:'sti]l''  onSany fields {of conquest to'  provide' sctope for the researcher, teacher, writer - oi*  the practioner.  For further information con-  itact your local chiropractor  or the  CHIROPRACTOHS'  ASSOCIATION '..���  OF B.C.  535 West Georgia St..  Vancouver, B.C.  FiRST SOD for  the. Pacific  ��� ,,Nat:onal Exhibition's new mil-  ' lion-dollar livestock arena was  turned by -johii  Taylor,  MP.,  B.C. ��� Agriculture   Minister",   F.  Richter, Vancouver Mayor Tom  ..vAlsbury, and P.N.E.,President,.  ���l-Tiioanas-YK/YFy*$fc^ ':TUie   three;,  governments  have  contribulte,d  $280,000 ejach. to the structure.  The balance  is being paid by  yihte   P.N.E."The  building  will/,  IxxApe: completed  in  tijne for'  this year's fair.  High .utilization, good forest  protection and full restocking  of,-logged over lands would  make it possible to at least  'triple    lumber   production    in  Pender  ' -]\^nX,:Ma^xM^r.  .';:'��������� 12:30,-   V,y<\\ X-    ,, ' ..  .;:.;fiiiiiiiiiif:!  ELEMENTARY iSCHOOL GROUNDS  i "������  Coffee and Hot Dogs on Sale  ���������:<-. .-���.<! ���}���:,.. i  J ..-  Fun from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m.  iCbME  ONE  COME  ALL  ������:'��� ';���'.���' "V- . .'-'.. ��� ."'.-���������      ���...:������   : ���' ��� '���-���  Police Court  Traffic and liquor violations  made up the police court docket  for Magistrate Andrew Johnston  during the Jpastweek.  Douglas Cattanach of Gibsons  was fined $50 for. consuming liquor in a public place. The offence took place at, the Roberts  Creek  Community Hall.  Jack Tainsh of Vancouver was  fined $25 for being found intoxi- .  cated in a  public place. Tainsh  elected to serve  seven  days in  jail instead. < . '  Vincent Joseph John of Sechelt  was fined $100 and had his drivers-license suspended for three  months for driving while his ability was impaired by alcohol.  ' Steve ������ Silveyyof Egmont was  fined $25 for driving, a car without a driver's license.  Three people were fined a. to-  tal of $75 for speeding.  8      Coast News, May 17, 1962.  A SAFETY TIP  One way to prevent falls on  cellar or attic st<{ps is to make  4lhe*}^ areas as visible as possible. Be sure the stairs are well  lighted - arid * paint the walls of  thq  stairwell  white  for maxi  mum reflection. If you paint  the edges of the treads white  thejy will stand out, and by  painting the bottom step in a  striped pattern���-black against  white or/yellow���you will make  sure that it is seen.'  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT;/B.C.  Ph. 885-9525  .    . .    ' TUES. to SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Cold waving ��� Coloring/  BACKHOE & LOADER  1  i"  WALT NYGREN  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  Ph. 886-2350  IT'S  ABSOLUTELY  NEW  PIONEER  ��    FASTS*  ��SMOOTHER    "  Q)    SAFE CUTTING  (D   NO SKATING  Standard Motors  Phono 885-4464 ��� Sechelt  SPECIAL OLD  Finer Taste is a Seagram's. Tradition  Available in 12 oz. & 25 oz. sizes  This adyertisement is not published or displayed"by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia  90% of all oil company product research iii Canada;���*  is done by Imperial  v  At Imperial Oil's laboratories at Sarnia, Ontario, more  *han ?p0^scientists and technicians are working to  improve present petroleum products���and to develop  new ones. Their research covers many fields, from  gasolines to household detergents. Another 130  The fuels your car will use In the future are being designed today. In  Imperial's ultra-modern research laboratories at Sarnia. scientists and  technicians are working ta ensure that gasolines for today's cars���ana  tomorrow's���are tailored for topperformance. In the last ten years alone,  Impeml hats spent more than $80 million to build the equipment needed  to Bring you top gasoline quality.  scientists and technicians are working at Imperial's  Calgary laboratories on ways to find and produce  more Canadian crude oil and natural gas. Imperial  does more research than all other oil companies in.  Canada combined.  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST  VOU'U RECOGNIZE DUtACUT IY THE SHAPE Of TOOTH  4S-M Phone growth continues  Coast News, May 17. 1962.      9  Telephone connections continue  to show an increase in the Port  Mellon to Pender Harbour area.  Total phones in operation during  the'first quarter of 1962 numbered 2,329, up 37 from the end of  1961.  Increase in the number of  phones connected last year was  190 with Sechelt having the most,  119., Gibsons shows an increase  of 14 for the first quarter of this  year, Pender Harbour,. 3; Port  Mellon 5 and Sechelt -15. There  are now 1,105 phones through the  Gibsons exchange.o 313 at Pender  Harbour, 141 at Port Mellon and  770 at Sechelt.  Number of telephones in the  entire British Columbia Telephone Company system increased by 3,876 during the first quar  ter of 1962 to reach a total of  571,898 at. the end of March, ac-.  cording to a company report. The  net increase was the result of  35,449 connections and 31,573 disconnections.  During the same period average business day local calling  throughout the system amounted  to 3,j600,000, compared with  3.550,000 for the same period of  1961. Long distance traffic increased during the. first three  months of 1962, total calls handled amounting to 3,500.000, compared with 3,140,000 for the corresponding period of- the previous  year."' ������"'���-���':'-���''.���;  .," A" woman trapper won * the  top award in Ontario for the  highest quality' bundle of fur  sent iii during the season.  DIRECTORY  GIBSONS PLUMBING  Heating ��� Plumbing  Quick, efficient service  Phtone 886-2460  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-7721 Res. 886-9956  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 4-3611  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialist  Kitchen  Cabinets  Office and Store Fixtures  Custom Home Furnishings  Repairs and Refinishing  Quality Material & Workmanship  Guaranteed  R.   BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  FOR GLASS  of all kinds  Ph.  886-9871  or 886-9837  PENINSULA GLASS  SCOWS     ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  y   Phone 885-4425  pPTOMETRIST  ROY SCOTT  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  YEVfiftYTHURSDAY       *  1     ���*?���..& *y     '���   * ���- ��� ��� .'���������.-.���  jj^O^^PCH^MENT'.-  886-2166  *f r^tH^BsipN.,, ������'���������*.  ���&AISES tAND SERVICE  l^depenSatole Service  RI&HTER'S ItADIOy- TV  ; Fine Howie,.^^ Euf hish.ings  .;. Y- Major Appliances   Y  Recdra*BarY.'"vy--  ���'���.':���-���:". Phone 885-9777  {'��� SAND ��� GRAVEL  CEMENT  BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVEWAYS, FILL, etc.  SECHELT  BUILDING   SUPPLIES  Phone 885-9600  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  at   ���"'  Jay-Bee Furniture and.  Y Appliarce Store  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100  RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAN ,-:  -  Radio,. TV repairs"  Phone 886-2538, Gibsons  Y See/'us for all your knitting re-  ';��� -quirementsY iVgents  for  Mary  "Maxim Wool.  . GIBSONS  VARIETIES  Phone* -88*3-9353  norStburton  Your Odd/Job Man  .'   Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  :     Drainage Tiles, laid,  etc.  Res., PrattYJfol.,  Gibsons.  Phpne .88)6-20.48  STOCKWELL & SONS  "���^"'.���Lini.:.;  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph! 885-4488 for  Bulldozing, Backhoe and front  end loader work. Clean cement  gravel fill and road gravel.  WATER   SURVEY- SERVICES  L. C. EMERSON  R.R. 1, Sechelt  Y'.���;���.-.'. 885-9510  BACKHOE  and  LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  ���        and ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.   KARATEEW,   Ph.   886-9826  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Sechelt  Phone 885-2062  Residence,  885-9532  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  ' . -      Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886-9543  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  HEATING &  SUPPLIES  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9690 or 886-2442  TINGLEY'S  HI-HEAT  SALES AND SERVICE  ALL TYPES'HEATING  AND SERVICING  PHONE 885-9636  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  J. H. G. Jim DRUMMOND  '.mSURANCE'^GENCY^  For complete coverage  General and Life  Phone 886-7751  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  ' ���,,-.   ' ',     C & S SALES ~~~"  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also Oil   Installation  Free estimate y  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  Home and. Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances, TV Service  Hoover Vacuum1 Cleaners  GIESONS ELECTRIC  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  NEWMAN PLUMBING  & HEATING  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  Phone 886-9678  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  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��� AGENT  FIRE, AUTO &  GENERAL  . INSURANCE  Phoije 886-2191  H. B. Gordon &  Kennett  Limited      *   ���  Gibsons Box 19  "A Sign of Service"  REFRIGERATlbN  SALES AND SERVICE  A. J. DUFF ZRAL  Phone 885-4468  to  BLOOD  CLINK  ���= -  Gibsons, May 17:  Legion Hall  Editor:; The problem of replacing the loss of revenue by  depleted logging in this area may  be met by following this example  A man named Butlin, (a Canadian?) was disgusted with costs  of hotel charges when on holiday  at seaside. He took his. car trailer to use. At end of stay, he rented it out. In about five years', he-  had'��� lots of trailers for holiday  people. Now the.-"Butlin.camps'"  are multi-million cash affairs and  well known all oyer the U.K. a_  the most enjoyable and cheapest  method to spend a vacation, especially   to  families   and   those  vwith limited cash for holidays.  I suggest this example to anyone interested, especially those  , who may have been in favor of  , "prison-camp" an^YIthink' it  attractive to prpYide-i-facilities  for a . "tourist-camp'' with its  vevenue  prospects. ^  - Edwin Walker.  NEW CHEST CLINIC  Contract for tlhe building of  a. new $63,500 Victoria Christmas Seal Clinic hias been awarded to Dillabough and Luhey  Goiitraatoirs of Victoria. The  Royal Jubilee*, Hospital have  very generously supplied the  property on which tlhe Chest  Clinic-will be built. In addition  to this both the provincial and  federal governments have provided grants of $15,000 eadh.  These fingers ; now free-from  unsightly warts, after using ''  DEIGHTON'S  WART REMOVER  Permanently removes 'warts and  other fungus growth on hands, face,  feet, .within 3 to 5 weeks. Not an  acid. An herbal formula, harmless  to healthy skin. Now obtainable at  Lang's Drug Stores  Gibsons & Sechelt  ITS LUCKY when you live in B.C.  y  r  J>  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  The pot no longer calls the kettle black!  Elective cooking is clean. No smoke.  No soot. No odour. This not only saves  you scouring pot bottoms meal after meal  "but hdlps keep your kitchen clean and  tidy, too. An electric range is easy to keep  clean. Surfa.ce elements lift up, letting you  clean tlhe underpan quickly. And on many  modelstypu can slip the oven door off for  fast cleaning.  Electric cooking is cool. Cool because the  heat stays .concentrated in the element itself. The oven is heavily insulated to keep  heat where it belongs -������inside.; .  Electric cooking is fast. The surface elements on the new ranges are made of hard  light metals that warm up almost immediately (and cool off just as fast). You cook  when you're ready - not ten minutes later.  Electric cooking is clean, cool and modern.  To see the latest models, and the latest in  automatic range features, see your appliance dealer now..  WONDERFUL  p^pr  j           - ���  E_3-  -~,.  BE I T I S H     COL U MB I A     H Y D R O     A N D,    P O W B R     A V T H O R I T T COMING EVENTS:  May- 20? Meeting Peninsula Jalopy Cliib:'members and'any others-  interested; - Next 'to Roberts: Greek  Hall.: 10c?a.m., Sunday. ��� y  May 21, Victoria Day-, No Bingo.  Will: resume again May, 28. -Royal  Canadian Legion 109, .Gibsons.;  O.A.PiO. ttieetihgchanged tblVlon  dayY May 28; Kinsmen   Hall,  2  ���      P.mY.       j;.... Y.:.    ;.'���;���-.:'.; Y  May 31. A; reminder. St.YBarthol-  omew's Anglican W.A. Rummage  Sale,, School Hall, Thurs;, 10 a.m.  Bake Table. /.;  May* 31, Pot-luck supper, St. Hilda's W.A., Parish Hall at 6:30.  FLORISTS  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345, Hopkins  Landing.  _____      _________ _  '(. ���~���.  A morocco leather covered Bible  treasured as a gift, on or about  April 29. Finder please return to  Coast News or owner (name inside).  HELP WANTED -  Young, dependable girl, living  vicinity of Gibsons, able to type,  with initiative and good personality. State salary expected. Box  639, Coast News.  2 power saw men to cut shake  bolts. Call Friday between 7 and  9 p.m. Ph. 886-9524:;       y  Lady with pension or income, free  room and board in.quiet   home,  with one child, in return for light  housework. Please phone Mrs. A.  Hansen, Redroofs, 885-9782.  Truck Driver: Phone 886-9813.  " OPPORTUNITY  Wanted, man for local sales, opening. Must be neat; able to meet  the public and ; own economical  car. $85 week while trainng. Ap-  ply Box 634,, Coast News.  ROUTE   SALESMAN  Steady man with reliable car and  references.   For   interview    appointment write with phone num- ;  ber to Box 633, Coast News.  WORK WANTED  Remodelling and general * contracting, interior - and exterior.  Also landscaping. Phone 885-9784.  ATTENTION ��� SECHELT AND  GIBSONS: Lawns and gardens  looked after at reasonable rates.  Either job or contract. Work  guaranteed.  Phone 886-9890.  Slip [ covers and upholstery recover, Leatherette boat seats or  mending. Phone 886-9672.  INFORMATION WANTED  Anyone knowing the whereabouts  of Cecilia Catherine August (nee '  Paul) and Frank Joseph August,  formerly of Sechelt> B.C., please  contact Box 638, Coast 'News.  Matter of urgent personal concern. ,,. .'.  personal   ��� ���,���:���;���;_.;'    -\ , y Y: .  Frenchman, 38 years old, construction worker at Port Mellon,  would like to meet ladyv Jean  Lehembre, General Delivery Port  Mellon.  PETS        -    .���������   .*��� .-..    - ���������   :':������������  Beautiful Toy Pekinese pups, for  sale.   Phone* 886-9890. Y*  FUELS  COAL & WOOD  Alder $10 delivered  Fii* $12 delivered  Clean hand picked fir.  millwood, $10  Drumheller hard coal  $32 ton, $17 V_ ton, $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per box  PHONE 886:9902  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons   ���  HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES  xxxxxxST   '  XXXXXXXXX3& '..-  xx 55   -  XX xx  XX XX  jjS^E^-YY  I#ECT A NEW  STOVE OR TRIOGiE?  .-, -\_:: '.'or    ,,.     , __ '        .'_  BITT EM'WITH A  rOW^X>STi_JUri_-INSURE��  EEAtESfATE  ��� ROBERTS CREEK  ��� X Summer'home lots ---.each over  . Y2 acre, with -beautiful evergreen  ��� shade  trees and just one block  from^safe, * sandy beach. Wonder-  ^ful value at only,$850 Full, price!!  . Six acres of parklike seclusion  aridYonly;200 yards from safe  i beach with boat launching facilities. Year-round, full flowing  creek winds through property for  700 feet. Perfect for home or  campsite. Full price only $3,500.  REDROOFS  Waterfront ��� modern split level home with rock fireplace.  Fronting on magnificent sandy  beach with safe swimming and  :sheltered moorage. 'Fun for all  the family. Full price $12,000 with  easy terms. "..-'*,  Waterfront ��� treed lot with 300  feet frontage and sheltered deep  water moorage in private cove.  Full price $5,600 terms.  BARGAIN HARBOUR  Waterfront and semi-waterfront  lots with year-round, all weather  moorage in sheltered waters. Ideal for yachtsmen arid just minute's  to Pender Harbour's best fishing  holes. Price range $1500 to $3250.  with easy terms,   y  SAKINAW LAKE  Enjoy perfect  privacy on. this  1.36 acre  island. Fishing, water  sports and relaxation at their best  ��� Full price $7,500 terms.  Call Frank Lewis or Morton  Mackay at Gibsons office 886-9900  Res. 886-2644 or  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  527 Clarke Rd., Burquitlam  WE  9-2121,  4 rooms and utility, near beach,  full plumbing, $5,500 terms.  .   Gower Beach, }-_ acre,., creek,  . Ige LR, fireplace, bedroom, full  plumbing,   spring    water,   landscaped,  $8,400,  terms.  Gambier, 300' sheltered wft.  acre cleared and .fenced. For  quick sale, $3,700.  Kay  MacKenzie,   eves.,   886-2191  65' view l��t, near school, aU  services, $1,175 terms.  65' near beachY air -services;  $675 cash full price.  E. A. Mainwaring, eves. 886-9887  PHONE 886-2191  R. F. Kennett ��� Notary Public  "A  Sign of Service"  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT  LIMITED  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Gibsons'. , Y     Sechelt-  3  xxx XXX XXXX XXXX X XXX5  ���NT I ��� ���! i Hxxl  >,xx xxx xxxx,^..>x;x  ��� _xx_ i ���-.���-i**i -i* 1  'i H   ��� Mf**\  2        xxxxx    xx      j  II       loanV-y  1!    THE BANK OF  ���! N0VA.SG0TIA  -Small, house on view lot;' all services, $3875, f.p. ���'".-; '"���'������     ' / ;  5 acres mostly- cleared, 3 BR.  home, Lge Orchard, $10,000 terms  Call Kay Butler, 886-2000.  .-.  Selma Park ��� 4 rm. fidodern cottage, f.p. $y,000. Dowri $i,opo.  Waterfront home, firjepl'Stc.ej:- half  basement, furriished. F:E>-;$7;50O,  terms. Call J: Anderson, 885-9565.  EXCLUSIVE <r~ 1.3., acres; 4 rmsj  fireplace, 220 wiring, Barn, F.PY  $6,500, Down $1000.  Call 885-2161  Deal with condEidenc**' =with .���������..  : SECHELT REALTY  & INSURANCE AGENCIES  T. E. DUFFY, Agent-Owner  Phone 885-2161 >Y  Box 155, Sechelt, B.C.  LANGDALE   ���   VLA   approved  lots,'all conveniences.  GRA NTHA*S ��� Waterfront  home,    basement   suite,    dblY  plumbing. $9,000 full price.  GIBSONS- ��� "cleared building lot,  good area, 65'xlOO', only $1000.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� one  acre  with  stream,  bargain at $800.  Bungalow with  three  bedrms,  "close   to   sea"   nice   garden,.  $6,500 full price.  A complete listing of Peninsula :  properties.  Building contracts and mortgages  arranged- y  ���_.:''-;   ���������.'_���*.'���  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real   Estate Y    Insurance  .Sunnycrest Shopping Centre   Y  Gibsons Y-TPh, ;886^481;  3  br.  home   $1,000  down,   fp.  $6500.  ,; 75' view lot, cleared, $1,650.  , % br. waterfront home, $10,500.  l&OOd down.'  \  EWART McMYNN  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  '  - YSiarfne'. Drive,   Gibsons  Phones: .886-2166., Res.   886-2500  PROPERTY FOR SALE  ' -h '-��� ;;'-. "'��� i-- .:���: '"'��� ������������ "\  ;l '-��� .'-V '.!!'  ' 'Retireitaeiit opportunitie_'*' cWa-  terfronttage view-lots; Overlooking good fishing; bay.YTake Redroofs Road, fquK mU.s ' west of.  Sechelt,; ;toEilreka Developments  See ownerat site for interview; >  Cottage, ;4 rooms, Duroid roofing,-  . 1 V_ acres; w:ife .fenced, good garden. Workshop and garage. Water,  in house. Bathroom. Mail delivered. Situated corner Reed Rd. and  Chamberlin Rd., 5 mins walk to  Granthams. Will take $5395 with  furniture, tools, curtains, blinds,  etc.. Also about 5 acres on Reid  Road, subdivided in acre lots,  level land, good timber and water. 15 min. to Gibsons main road:  Price $5,000. Dave Thoinsori,  R.R. 1, Gibsons.  $7,700 or nearest cash offer for  quick sale. 1.63 acres, 4 rooms,  modern, fireplace, Pemb r 0"k e  plumbing, kitchen cabinets, carport and workshop. Dwarf fruit  trees and partly landscaped. Good '  soil. Possession 30 days. Cour^Y  tesy to agents. E. Lowe, Reed Rd.  Gibsons.  MISC. FOR SALE (Continued)       ANNOUNCEMENTS  (Cont)  1 mile from Sechelt Highway off  Pratt Road, y2 acre lot ready to.  build on, $700; 1 acre with 2  houses, $6000. A. R. Simpkins,  Box 389, Sechelt. Phone 885-2132..  Waterfront lot in West Sechelt.  128 ft. frontage, water available.  Ideal building lot. Apply J. E.  Parker, Sechelt, B.C.  FOR RENT  Two storey building, 20 x 24,  Sechelt Road. Access by road  to each, and parking facilities  Phone Gibsons 886-2450.  $30  month.   Granthams  Ldg.   2.  br. some furniture.  Imm.  poss.  See red cottage, Flooks  Corner,  write 6661 Cartier St., Van.. 14.  MISC. FOR SALE  Oysters are eaten the year round  ��� for health and plain goodness.  Eat them often. Oyster Bay Oyster Co., R. Bremer, Pender Harbour. Member B.C. Oyster Grow-  ers' Assn....      '.. .:  Large deep freeze, y2 hp. $175.  Fhone 885-2105.  FARM FRESH EGGS at farm  prices. Bring your container and  save. Self - service promotes,  speedy purchase. Conveniently  located. Wyngaert Poultry Farm,  Gibsons. .  Used Beach wood stove, $15; Simmons 39 in. bed,with spring, mattress^ $20; single -spring with legs,  3nd 3 folding steel cots, reasonY-  able. John Forbes, Beach Ave.  West, Roberts Creek.  Rheem automatic combination  Rockgas and wood stove and 1  tank, Servel 9 cu. ft. refrigerator  and 1 tank. Suitable for-summer  camp, bed ''chesterfield;>-coffee  table, magazine rack" arid double  bed with mattress: Phone 88^9945  r .' y .:������"��� ���-���������.:;��� ��� ���':;->-"-:;r- '-;'������-���  H.D.T. ���Bulldoze**;^ excellerit condi-  tion> good traCkiS^ and roUers,.and  spare parts. For information ph.  885-9782. . -...:.:.  50 ft. Chain link ferice} good condition, 4 ft. high, $6., Phorie 886-  2477.:YYY'^rYv'w^Y,-Y/- ���Xl,  ,  Pet rabbits, David Vernon, phone  886-9813. ^ Y :���:������������-:���  2 used outboards; 2 iised inboards  2 used lawnmowers; 1 used 12 ft.  boat; 1 new; cartop boat; 60 new  (.fishing reels; 65 new -fishing rods.  ���!������Lpt&.of- garden tools just arrived.  Ice tubs and chests from $1.59.  Your 92c dollar has a 100c value  at Earl's in Gibsons. 886-9600.  ROGERS PLUMBING  SUPPLIES  Gibsons Phone 886-2092  Wholesale and Retail  11 reconditioned oil ranges, some  with new motors  and  carburetors.  2 Kemac oil ranges  1 automatic floor furnace  Even Temp $69  1 oil fired hot air furnace  2. coal and wood range,  good as new $69  3 Frigidaire fridges $79  2 Astral fridges $37.50 and $42.50  All   fridges  guaranteed  Reconditioned used  toilet  complete $15  Special���  Elko glass lined electric tanks  L    No. 30  Usual guarantee  Small automatic electric range  like new $5"  2 reconditioned Kemac oil  burners, only $35  Simple to install yourself.  ,    Free Delivery on Peninsula  y    Store open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.  We close on Monday until 6 p.m.  Complete stock of plumbing supplies,  cheaper than   departnient  store.  Power Lawnmower, Tecumset,  Larson 4 cycle engine, Almost  new, $40. Phone 886-2601.   ,  Motorcycle, '57 BiS.A., 650 cc,  Twin, $325. Phone 885-2062.  DRESSED POULTRY ��� Boiling  fowl; heavy breed, 32c lb. 24  hours notice required. Contact  Wyngaert Poultry Farm, 886-9340  Standard size concrete Building  yflocks," 8x8x16 now available.  Flagstones, pier blocks, drain  file, available from Peninsula  Cement  Products,   Orange   Rd.,  Roberts Creek.  ''- ^ ;  ..Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales,  Ph: 885-9713,   Sechelt..  WANTED  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  BOATS AND -MARINE~  '61 40 hp. L.S.   outboard motor,  complete with elec. controls $500.  May be seen at Standard Motors,  -Sechelt.  1 1959 "Sea Nymph" 15 ft. fibre-  glass boat, complete with convertible top and side curtains,  jj. 1959 45 hp. Mercury outboard,  used 14 nidnths.  �� 15 ft. trailer (Reasonable).  Phone Sechelt 885-9747  V bottom plywood boat,   15-ft.,  6 in. x 6  ft. 6 in. beam. Wind-  ; shield, 1959 35 hp. Johnson  out-  - board, $500 cash. Phone 886-2541.  Viking TV, 40 ft. deepsea troller,  ' 140 hp. Chrysler motor, overhauled recently, new  fuel tank,   re-  frigeration, all electronic. Phone.  ^91-2350.  1959 Johnson outboard, 18 hp.  Excellent condition, $198. 1 small  pil stoves  $30. Phone 885-9550.  12 ft. runabout outboard hull,  brand new, fibreglass bottom to  ���waterline. Phone 886-2465.  AUTOS FOR SALE  ,'i A40 Austin, 1952, complete set  pi good rubber, fully licensed.  Price $140 cash. Phone 885-9368.  1950 Chev,. good condition. $125.  Phone 886-2454.  ���* a :  ���  |953: Monarch, radio, $350; 1952  hillman, $115; 1961 Econoline  yan, 11,000 miles, $1995. Phone  186-9686, M. Rigby.  Large crili $15; Jolly Jumper $5.  Phone 886-2459.  10' x 42" Silver, Streak house  trailer, fully furftished, excellent  condition. See trailer at John  Harrison's, Pratt Road; Gibsons.  In showroom at Galley's Wo��d-  working-Shop, well made chests,  easy slidirig drawers with mid-  g_1&  slides*  5 drawer, "24"xl6"x42" $21.50  4 drawer, 24"xl6"x34" $18.80  3 drawer, 24"x16"a31" $16.50  ���Night table, 12'xl6"x24", 1 draw-  'eK 1 shelf;? $6.80.  Phone 886-2076  ' Gurney electric range,   $50. Ph.  '880-2558.  NNOUNCEMENT  FLOOR TILE  I PLASTIC WALL TILE  a       Quality paint by Bapco  I    Plywoocl cuttings in Stock  1    SECHET BLDG. SUPPLIES  Phone 885-9600  ��� 1  Watch Repairs  & JEWELRY  MARINE MEN'S  WEAR  Ph.  886-2116,   GIBSONS  One 14 inch Underwood standard  /typewriter. ,:$22.50.:   One    Smith  Corona portable Skywriter model  with case, $38.50;-Pirorie 886-2558  "1 oU'.copkst6ve!in first class condition. yCan be seen at Hi O.  Mills, Halfmoon Bay. Phone 8S5-  2198.  Chesterfield arid chair set; Sealy  double.bed mattress and box  spring; 21" Admiral TV; Jute  carpet, 9 x 12; Telefunken stereo  set. Phone 886-2670.  |WATER   SURVEY   SERVICES  ,'JHYDROPURE   water   sterilizer,  jwater filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and stump blasting. R.R. 1, Se-  ifchelt.   Phone 885-9510.  ���;!!_--_ ^_ : ���  j ATTENTION ��� You need a dress  ; maker?' Phpne 886-9880.  :!' COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC  :j: REFRIGERATION  i_"(An Hind-Smith,  Gibs.   886-9316  \H ; .   (Alcoholics Anonymous Phone  ���Sechelt 885-9678 or write Box  ;B84, Coast News.  ;Etor guaranteed watch and  (jewelry repairs, see Chris's  j Jewelers, -.Sechelt. Work done  ion the premises. tfn  Tree falling, topping'or reraov-  ing lower limbs for view. Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour. Phone  886-9946, Marven Volen.  ���' '" -" '  '��������������� ��� ������������' ��� ���-��������� " ���' ' ���*���*****-        ���*****������������*'  STANLEY PARTIES, Pender  Harbour to Port Mellon. Contact  Phyllis Emerson, R.R. 1, Sechelt. Phone 885-9510.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky  Number  May 12 ��� 17130, Blue  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road.  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework���Alterations "and repairs  Phone 886-7734  DAVID NYSTROM"      ~  Interior, exterior painting. Also  papenhanging. Phone Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  AUTOMATIC LAWNMOWER  SHARPENING  Get your lawn equipriient sharpened now. Phone Ervin Benner  885-2292.  TIMBER CRUISING "  K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Vancouver 9, Phone REgent 3-0683  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY  & DRY   CLEANING  FUR  STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or   in   Roberts   Creek,    Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  WANT AD RATES  Phone 886-2622  Condensed style 15 words 55  cents, 3 cents word over 15,  minimum 55 cents. Figures in  groups of five or less, initials,  etc., count as one word. Additional insertions at half rate.  Minimum 30c.  Cards of Thanks, Engagements, In Memoriams, Deaths  and Births up to 40 words $1  per insertion, 3c per word over  40-  Box numbers 25c extra.  Tuesday 5 p.m. deadline for  classified advertisements.  Legals ��� 17�� cents per count  line for first insertion then 13 c  per count line for consecutive  insertions.  CLASSIFIED DISPLAY  All advertising deviating  from regular classified style  becomes classified display and  is charged by the measured  agate line at 10c per line,  minimum of 14 agate lines.  Cash with order. A 25c  charge is made when billed.  PROGRESS  Every step of progrejss is a  istep more spiritual.  ���Mary Baker Eddy.  Restlessness is discontent ���  and discontent is* the first necessity of progress...JEdison  Charcii Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's Gibsons  7:45 a.m.', Holy Communion  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  Si. Aidans,  Roberts Creek  11 a.m. Sunday School  3:00 p.m., Evensong  Si. Hilda's, Sechelt  11 a.m. Sunday School  7:30 pan., Evensong  PORT MELLON  9:30 a.m. Holy Communion  St. Mary's,  Pender Harbour  11 a.m. Holy Communion  The Little  Church,  Redroofs  3:15 p.m., Evening Prayer  UNITED  Gibsons  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m. Divine Service  11 a.m. Sunday School  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson Creek  Sunday School 10 a.m.  Sunday Service    11 a.m  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church Service 9:15 a.m.  1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays  Anglican Service, 7:30 pjn.  -1st Sunday of each month  Anglican Communion 9:30 a.m.  3rd Sunday of each month  ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Miost pure Heart of Mary  Giibsons, 10:30 a.m.  BAPTIST  Bethel Baptist,  Sechelt  10 a.m., Sunday School  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  Calyary Baptist, Gibsons  9:45 ia.m., Sunday School  7:30 Evening  Service  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs.  CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS  Church Services  iand Sunday School      ���' *  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek  United  Church  Gibsons  PENTECOSTAL  11 a.m. Devotional  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 ajn., Morning Worship  3 p.m., Bible Forum  7:30 ������p.m. Evangelistic Service  Wednesday. 7 p.m., Bible Class  Friday, 7:30 pm. Rally  Sat., 7 p.m. Young Men's  Action Club  MORRISON TO PREACH  Rev. R. R. Morrison D.D., past  president of B.C. Conference of  the United Church of Canada will  be preaching Sunday in Gibsons  United Church. Mr. Tom Fyles  and Rev. Murray Cameron are  attending the church Conference  in Victoria.  POULTRY MANURE ��� Still a  reasonable quantity on hand. For  prices-on farm or delivered, call  Wyngaert Poultry Farm, 886-934pi  KELLY'S  Garbage collection  I Box 131,  Gibsons  ; Phone 886__83  ^ ANNOUNCEMENTS   (Cont'd)  \ CROSSWORD  *   *   *    By A. C. Gordon  if  t  V  I  VI'  1*   ______*   1  h  *  *  IQ  '   '  11  \  ln \i% 1  M  iV  ___���'* in  i"____BvT"  \$"'  Vf  I*1!  va  r*  vTT^^  "���B^  �������  r*  ii  5v1  -   '  *} ^H^  u  |W  YT"  ^n  _H%9  ������Ho  Mi  Hs.  H.  'm'V j  |��4 �����  Ml  **<���*  *���*  150  1  Sm.  i\  aaa\VH 1  1  36 - Vexatious  9 ' Russian  1  37 - Smalt child  boy s nam*  39 - Mystic Sanskrit  :  to - Observing  ACROSS  word  :  3 - Exclamation  1 - Lighecontalner    ���  40 - Terbium (chem.)  i  7 - A function  6 - Oyeratr��m                . ,  41 - Lair  ���' ���  ;  8 ��� A sound  11 - Prevaricator          ..<:"  43 - Smallest U. S.  manufacturer  12 - Eine                     y ���  state  (abb.)  ��� 7  1 ��� Increased    ���  14 - Jason1- vessel  44 ��� Doctrine of  ��� ������a  4���-. Caused a-  ��� IS - Area unit  th^soul  47 - Public nortec  misstep  "   16 - Milky health  a  7 - The start of  food  48 - Norae deity  queenllnesa  19 - Dtvlalcmo-the  50 - Nothing at all  a  9 - Negative  Bible  <_bb.}  5-1 - Iri* etate  3  2 ��� England's  20 -Tenet  53 ��� Member of one of  auto fuel  .__-r_rent  the tribes of Israel  ���<  13 - Costly ftir  23 - PreaUMng  - --BUer��',(abb.) -  54 - Acoowpany  a  4 ���> Early German  :   co-queror-.  2 . - Prefix denoting  1  5 - Smootbed'th-  ������'���.-.     trlpUciry .  wood  .-      25 - Moi-l   -V ,-     -  .'   3  8 - MlUtary  26 - Geometric  DOWN  asslstaae  figure  1 - Demands  4  2 - Deserve  28 - Treattar   ,'���'���.*���   ���".  2 -Expresses  4  14 - Species of  roeUlcall-f  3 - Ancient sungod  blackbird  30 - W^rld Peac��    .  4 ��� Essay         j  .4  3 -Roman 1,001  '          A-aociattb-  5 - Nullify  4  6 -Accosted  31-Italian rtrer  6 - Ignorant  4  9 ��� Four, In old  32 . small  7 -Rodent  Home  34-  A?��0*o  oxaoot  its*  t - Area u  ���at  1  a -TI  -at La  (abb.) BOWLING  E &  IVI BOWLADROME  (By ED  CONNOR)  Port Mellon had their playoff  on Thursday. 1st, Goof Balls 2675.  2nd Tumblers 2537.  Lottie Campbell rolled an 819  game on the first night of Spring  Leagues, Tuesday.  Spring League Scores:  Tuesday: North Road Kids 2943  (1082). Pat Hogan 604, B. Chyzyk  724 (270), Jack Marron 611, Ike  Mason 678 (267), Lottie Campbell  819 (272, 278, 269). Jack Lowden  606.  Wednesday: The Duffers 2906  (1056). Doreen Mathews 688 (277)  Ann Drummond 258, C. Nygren  249, Helen Clark 611.  Thursday: Drifters, 2783 (1097).  Don Horsman 605, Alf Winn 612.  Irene Plourde 647 (303), Maureen  Mullen 248, Harriet Duffy 732  (299), Alex Young 605 (251).  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEYS  (By ORV MOSCRIP  Friday night Ball & Chain League had their playoff between  Flat Tires and Dead Eyes. Another close one with Flat Tires  edging out Dead Eyes by only  34 pins, 3217-3183.  Sports Club rolled a 4 team  playoff with King Pins emerging  winners over Wild Five, followed  by Ninety Centers and then Holey  Rollers.  League Scores:  Sports Club: Dorothy Smith 664  (251), Lawrence Crucil 724, Alec  Swanson 723 (281).  AL   CHERNY,   featured fiddler   on    CBC - TV's    Fridayj  evening      Country     Hoedown  series, shows some of the form  ���that helped him win the openi  and noveflty fiddling titles the  past two years at the Old Tlima  Fiddlers' Contest in Shelburne,  Ont. Cherny still uses, a fiddle  ���given to him as a child by his  father.  Answer to X-Word Puzzle  A GUIDE REMINDER  Brownie and Guide mothers  who intend to attend the Mother  and Daughter banquet at the end  of this month are urged by Guide  leaders to fill in the forms that {  have to be turned in. Time is running short and Guide leaders are  sending out this reminder to help  mothers.  LETTERS  to editor  Editor: On 'Wedneisday I attended the; official opening pi"  your airport. It is a magnificent  setting, worthy of the district and  will, no doubt, as your community expands, fill a great need.  However, the opening ceremonies left a rather bad taste'in  my mind, a condition which I  feel certain from the remarks;  was shared by many others.  These questions came to my  mind and feeling that you are an  experienced newspaperman, they  may have struck you at the time.  Why was that impressive band  brought all the way there to play  a few bars of The Queen? Would  it not have been possible for the  band to have entertained the  crowd? Why wasn't there some  person responsible to maintain  the loud-speaker- in workable ^  condition? When General Pearkes  was speaking most of. his.-dedication words were lost in the din  of a passing plane, y ...-"c--.'  But, as an inGependent thinker in politics, the. most insulting  part of the program was the unforgivable omission of the member of parliament for theYriding,  Mr.'Payne. I know,, of course,  that with an election in the offing, he is no longer technically  an MP, but would not common,  courtesy require that he be recognised and given a place "On  the dedication platform?  Mr. Editor, that struck me, as  an old prairie flower, as typical  of the arrogant attitude., of Brit  ish Columbia in its petty officialdom. Keeping in mind that other  candidates were present, 'surely  it must be realized that JMrY  Payne and his government, were  the -really'important fibres in  getting this airport underway. i;  left there almost ill as I watched the posturing little figures enjoying their moment in the spotlight, while Mr, Payne, dignified,  -aloof and evidently not in a mood  to push for his rightful place,  stood in the crowd and swallowed his disappointment.  Those who arranged the ceremony should today be writhing  in shame. It was petty arid inane  and made me, an outsider, thoroughly ashamed. Have we permitted ourselves to sink so low  that we are afraid to give a'decent'.mail his honest due? Is it  because of "the selfish, domineering attitude of our provincial government that all of us are becoming victims of the arrogance  which is a feature of B.C. officialdom?  . May I in closing commend yoii  for Xhe type of newspaper you  provide for your readers. -I was  impressed with the clean appearance, the editorial clarity,. the  newsy atmosphere which &\w-  rounds the Coast News. I like  that district and my only reason for writing in this vein is  that I am appalled more and  more at the lack of decency  which is becoming a tragic part  of our British  Columbia  life.  I am not a member of the Conservative .Party. I am an old time  Liberal but I admire fair play in  every political   field. *  Mitchell H. Reardon,  White Rock.  DRAMATIC FILM  A dramatic story filmed in Japan and selected as the best foreign missions film in the year it  w^s produced���will heshown Sat.,.v.  May 19 at 8 P��nii���in'; Calvary-JEtap---*  tist Church, GibsonsYbyr;the Bap- "  tist  Church 1 Young Peppie's.;As-.,!  sooiation. The film-Suicide Mountain portrays:the true story of a '���������  young  couple, who contemplated  suicide at MtyAso but were con-,  verted when "all hope appeared toy  have eluded their grasp.'An offering will be taken.  urday, Sept. 1, with a considerable addition of new books including those from Victoria. Read  ers can choose from over 700  bbpks vergirig'frPnj philesophy.to  .the most lurid mumper mysteries.  LIBRARY CLOSES  Selma Park Library which is  sponsored by the Community Centre will close for the summer  season -oh Saturday, May 26. At  that time borrowers,-can take put  six booksY It will re-open on Sat-  Durinjg 1962  Main-Port  Pitch & Putt  Golf Course  Applications wiil be Received  for the position -of  Y>   Howe Sound & District Branch 109  Royal Canadian Legion  Gibsons, B.C.  Applications should foe submitted in' writing addressed  to The Secretary, Royal Canadian Legion, Box 257, Gibsons, B.C. and postmarked not Waiter thanMlay 31, 1962.  for the Smartest...  Dresses ��� Skirts ��� Blouses  Bulky Knit Cardigans  Slim Jims .��� Pedal Pushers  Shorts ��� Bermuda Shorts  Pop-tops and Swim Suits  Shop at H�� Bishop  Ladies Wear & Millinery  Sechelt���next to Anne's Flower Shop���Ph. 885-2002  Ladies Wear is our ONLY Business  22 at 9:30 am.  _uniisheil living Room,  furnished lMrooins  Hear. -.  Jack Davis  Tell us why our vote  is vital to freedom  Legion Hall/ Gibsons  May 18 . 830 p.m.  Show him what Gibsons can' do in the wajyotf aturnsout!  Everybody   Welcome  LET'S MEET THIS DYNAMIC YOUNG MAN  Sponsored by Gibsons * Liberal, Association ^ .  with twin or double heds.  The quality'tof this merchandise is {of the finest and the price within reason  ^ ��� , '*���������"���  10% OFF Expansion Sale on all merchandise  On large appliances a choice of 10% OFF or trade-ins  We will also* have a complete line of  Speed Queen Washers & Dryers, Finlay  & Gibson Ranges,: Gibson Freezers.  On demonstration for your approval  will be ��� Fleetwoods fine line of TV's,  Stereo} and Record; Players in cabinet work  you'd be proud to have in your home. See  the Fleetwood and Grundig Record Players and Tape Recorders.  ' ,!li.:.;.V . y. '     '"     .   ���     ��� *  Singer Sewing Machine and Slanto-  matics will be demonstrated for those who  like to /sew. ���  See a demonstration, of the Speed  Queen Washef & Dryer in action  See on display the following brand  name top quality merchandise:  Fleetwood TV & Stereos  Tynan's Chesterfield & Chair  .Speed Queen Washer, Dryers  Lamps and Brassware by Progressive Manufacturing  Gibson Fridges & Ranges  Dale's fine Furniture, End Tables, etc.  Finlay Ranges.....  Grundig Tape Recorders & Sterteo '  Grange Mattresses & Pillows -   Y  Tappan famous Ranges ���  Carpets & Drapes ready, made and of  the finest quality  DIAL 886-9374  DRUMMOND BLOCK - GIBSONS  ������,!���< ���-;  \X'Motk$%li:$Xl.  A restricted play area  will be-' provided for  toddlers ���������;.��� while v you  shop.: This is a "first**  for Gibsons. Children  fill be under direct supervision of  parents.  Compare our quality & prices  & Vancouver quality & prices  T*ade4ns and terms can be arranged on V  most of our products ..\Yy  LOTS OF parkogIWII  "|m5 'vt;  v:'��y. 'y'..*y?:yfyy-.:.y..>',r .������  Ti^k^t  Gtet ypi^r;FREE |draw  .tv^e^tibt4':4:9 P��P '*i&h-e  prizes tp Jbe draw for  \ttt 8:3d p.m., Friday,  ��� ��� -f. ��� ��� ���  y ��� '��� ���-:  J. J, Rogers & Co-  ���S7/*'** u'l  X'.  !WS5  Sunnycrest lyiaza  Phone 886-9333

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