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Array Prcr/Incial  Library,  Victoria,   B.   C��  GOLDEN  CUP AWARD  COFFEE  at DANNY'S   >  COFFEE HOUSE & MOTEL  ���    Gibsons ��� PH. 886-9815  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE COAST  Published  in Gibsons.   tf.C.       Volume 16, Number 34, Septemb er 6, 1962.  7c per copy  A COMPLETE LINE'  OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine Men's  Wear  Ltd.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  Lloyd wrong  say trustees  A letter of A. A. Lloyd to the  , Hon. Eric Martin,, minister of  health services and hospital insurance, was published in the  , Coast News on Aug. 9.  The board of trustees of Sunshine Coast Hospital Improvement District No. 31, state that  any impression the appeal to the  minister for postponement of construction or changes of plans of  a new hospital was made on behalf of the ratepayers, as stated  at the end of said letter, is completely erroneous. Such appeal  was neither authorized by the  board, nor had the board any  knowledge that such letter was  to be written or to be published  in the press.  It would be in contradiction to  the wishes of the ratepayers of  the district as expressed in the  plebiscite of May 25, 1962, which  is, binding on the trustees for all  their actions.  The board of trustees, therefore, assures ratepayers of the  district that they are acting in  accordance with the ratepayers'  instructions and are doing everything in their power to implement the plebiscite. No changes in the plans for constructing a  35 bed hospital near Sechelt to  replace the existing facilities ,at  Garden Bay are contemplated  nor could the Board of Truste'es  recommend to the Hospital Society any changes of the plans at  this time? Hon. Eric Martin, minister of health services and hospital insurance has been'advised  accordingly.  Nine youths in J 0 T P  Nine young track and field athletes from this area competed in  the annual Junior Olympic Training Plan meet of the 'Royal Canadian Legion at Empire Stadium,  Aug. 24 and 25. They also attended a track clinic at U.B.C. stadium Aug. 23.  The local athletes coached by  John Little under the Legion's  Junior Olympic Training Plan  did not come through with any  first, second or third places but.  did remarkably well considering  that four of them were competing in older age groups and four  due* to work commitments were <  unable to attend the daily training, sessions throughout the spring  and summer and one other, due to  distance, trained, at home- on his  own. _ //''���'  The meej&'was excellent and  well org<_Ki_ed with about 300  athletesJpcainging from 13 to 17  att%ndiE%���|t��et,,recoird after rec-  sented the Sunshine Coast area  are: Eloise Delong, midget girls  shot put; David Macleod, midget  boys 220 yd. dash; Vaughn Franske, midget boys 880 yd. run;  Kirsten Jorgensen, midget girls  50 yard dash; Valerie Sfranson,  midget girls high jump; Laurel  Postlethwaite, juvenile girls  broad jump; John Thorold, juvenile boys discus; Ross Gust,  midget boys shot put and Fred  Blakeman, juvenile boys 440 yard  run. The latter two are from the  Gibsons branch of the Canadian  Legion and the rest competed for  the Sechelt branch.  At the moment these youngsters can be classed along with  Gibsons Helen Bezdeck who is  fast approaching national prominence as a woman shot putter,  the best in their field on the Peninsula. ,  It is hoped that through the  efforts of the local branches of  the' Canadian   Legion and  theii  Alphabet  dropped  on phones  New issue of the Howe Sound  and Sechelt Peninsula telephone  directory, which goes into effect  Sunday, Sept. 9, will have the  second general appearance of  all-figure numbers," with some  1500 Squamish, Pender Elarbour,  Pemberton, Port Mellon and Britannia Beach listings changed to  what is known as ANC ��� All  Number Calling.  Sechelt and Gibsons exchange  telephones were converted to the  new seven-digit numbering system two years ago.  North Shore District officials  for the B.C. Telephone Company  say this use of ANC in Howe  Sound* and Sechelt Peninsula  communities is part of a program  which will see the entire BCT  system converted to the all-digit  numbering system within the next  four years.  Because of the many number  changes involved, telephone users commencing Sunday, Sept. 9  are advised to consult the new  directory before dialing the new  ,seven-digit numbers..  iThe new .numbers have three-  digit prefixes followed by ' the  four figures of the telephone number. For example, Squamish numbers will begin "892," Pemberton "894," Britannia Beach "896"  Port Mellon "884'/ and Pender  Harbour "883." A typical Squamish number would be 892-5210.  Woodfibre public telephone numbers will begin "897."  Telephone officials say that the  main reason for adopting ANC is  that the telephone industry is  running out of numbers due .to  the tremendous growth in the.  number of telephones . in recent  years and the' advent of DDDv r���  Direct Distance Dialing ��� a self-  dialing'station long distance ser-  Better harbor  facilities urged  Emphasis  was placed on   improvement of Gibsons harbor facilities to handle increased trade  'expected   during   the   next   few  jprears and support for the same  !was offered by Dr. Jaek Davis,  ^member of parliamenfsfor- Coast-  jCapilano constituency.  ;  The problem was - brought out  tat a Gibsons and District Board  yof Trade dinner August 2fr in the  ���Mariner  Cafe where   Dr. Davis  -was speaking. There were 46 at  khe dinner and four attended af-  Iter the dinner. X*      y ;t '  ��  Mr.  Davis 'was introduced by  ?AIfred Ritchey, chairman of Gibsons Municipal council. Dr. Davis  -? spoke   on   the   need   to   attract  ^tourist dollars and stressed that  "?if harbor facilities were improv-  "ed it would be a help. He suggested that the board draft what  was needed in the way of harbor  -.improvements and that he would  iplace   them   before   the   proper  -authorities in  Ottawa and press  for their completion.  / " After  discussing   affairs   concerning trade   Mr.  Davis threw  -the meeting over to questioners.  /Norman Hough asked why farm-  ,ers here were paying more than  ^ China   for   a   poorer   grade * of  wheat. Mr.   Hough also pointed  out farmers  were paying more  ?for poultry starter yet eggs had  ynot increased   in price.  To the  ; first question Dr. Davis said the  Chinese were   buying   in larger  quantities and to the second he  urged  Mr. Hough   to writer the  department of agriculture for a  solution.  Danny Smith mentioned the  poor tourist season, blaming the  weather and the-ferries. Mr. Davis explained the-federal government's tourist promotion covered  Canada and the Sunshine'Coast  was a part of the whole picture.  C. P. Ballentine told of the 193S  plans for a breakwater and marina from Hill's to the federal  wharf; Mr. Davis said he would  check on the proposal. Again he  stressed the need for better harbour facilities and said the same  should be done for boat traffic as  is being done for5 motor traffic. *  Stan AUibone enquired why he  had to pay for .flour in American  dollars. Mr. Davis said the international wheat agreement was  drawn up in American funds and  that was the reason that price  was set.  Ron Haig asked why no Canadians were on the International  Monetary Fund committee and  inquired about the pegging of the  Canadian dollar. Mr. Davis said  that' for some years Canada had *  a floating dollar and if all countries had been in this position  the situation would have been  chaotic. The pegged dollar creates a more- stable situation in  world* financing.  Helen 2nd  to record  in disciis  . t  (By HELEN BEZDECK)  On arrival in Waterloo for the  National A.A.U. Age Class Championships, we were greeted by  members .ol the Waterloo' Canadian Legion Branch who had.  provided billets for .all .athletes.  On the first day of the track  meet, Aug. 24, <I placed sixth iri  the javelin. In the event on which  I did more concentrating, which  was shot put,* I placed second to  a Canadian record. I tossed the  8 lb. 13V4 oz. shot 36 ft. 6 inches.  The second day, Aug_$5,,J[ placed second in the discus and our  relay team, of which I was second runner, placed first. The  team consisted of Bert Macjiaus-  kos, first runner, Terry Phife of  Trail, third runner and Dean  Pickering of Vancouver, fourth  runner. I was also entered in  broad jump but placed seventh.  For me, this v/as an unforgettable experience and I was proud  to be able to represent so many  wonderful people who made it  possible for me to go.  Fair results announced  - Results of the Sunshine Coast  'Fall Fair August 17 and 18 in  ��� Gibsons will be found on inside  . pages of this issue. All the results  ���have not yet been published.  ? Those unpublished to date should  ord*we��i_b^fei(i,dueitO:the high    yery fine .Junior OJynapic ,Train: s Vice. X��� . s.X^-**." X,.  r.r  ; ^Jjl&e iit,thenexUssue.' ���?,..../. _  quality"? of the 'competition*:  Athletes chosen to go to the  Empire Stadium receiyed the privilege 'through elimination meets  first in local branch; competition^  then later by being; winners in  the zone meets. This Yzone consists of Powell River, Texada.  Island, Pender Harbour, Sechelt,  Roberts Creeki and Gibsons.  The   nine athletes who  repre-  ing" Planyrlom**~;-o*r^hteatto^  the athletes themselves, and other; port Mellon, Pemberton and Bri-  interested parties? some of these.?! tannia Beach subscribers,-will^be  keen, youngsters mayYreachna- the first in the Howe Sound-Se-  tional or even international statusesCheit Peninsula*area to have the  They now need proper training    British Columbia :area code? "604"  facilities, and more equipment.  This will encourage other embryo1  athletes to turn out thus giving a  greater chance of uncovering talent.  shown oh their new telephone dial  discis. The new^discs and instructions on how to apply them wili  be mailed to subscribers prior to  the changeover.  3 firsts and 2 Seconds    Fred Earles  ���Fair officials* report'they^ are  satisfied with the results of this  year's fair in spite of the fact the  weather was not of the best.  Judges who came from Vancouver were pleased with the exhibits and complimented the fair  committee on the displays.  One of the features which drew  considerable praise was the handwork of Despina Sachinidis, a  recent arrival to this area from  Greece.  sheep wool? spinning wheel and  loom, Mrs. Fisher's spinning  wheel and another made by a  local.man, Mr. Burton.  C. P. Ballentine's tall dahlias,  10 inches in diameter, were quite  an attraction. Another point oi  Interest, was .the' exhibit of dolls  *6t*-Anifefica ^ferft^iri By TMrT ~A: **  Johnson of Hopkins Landing.  There was also ��� an interesting  table of. 24 articles "of carving "  shown  by Mr. Steinbrunner.  Fruits and vegetables were not  as numerous as in previous years.  Needlework was up to usual standards with home cooking on the  fair side. General domestic science was good. The display of  flowers was excellent and it was.  surprising how many there wer.  Tom Duffy  Thomas Edison Duffy, prominent realtor of Sechelt died Sept.  2 in St. Paul's hospital, Vancouver. Mr. Duffy %vas vice-president of Sechelt's Board of Trade.  He had been prominent in community life for many years in  Sechelt area and headed an insurance and real estate business.  The funeral service will be  held Thurs., Sept. 6 at 2 p.m. in  St.. Hilda's Anglican church in  Sechelt with Rev. Denis Harris  officiating. Burial will be made  in Seaview cemetary. ,   ~  Besides his wife, Harriet, he  leaves in Sechelt his~ "mother,  mother-in-law and father-in-law,  Mrv-and Jvlfs^.H^-Johasen^.Ctther..  relatives'include a" sister-ih-law"  and. brother-in-law and neices  and nephews. Harvey Funeral  home' will direct funeral arrangements..  A hallway runner   was  made   , on display. Mr. J. Reeves, Harry  Competing against some of the  younger and 'finer track and field  stars on the lower Mainland, Kirsten Jorgensen, 13, of Sechelt,  David Macleod, 13, of Wilson  Creek and Ross Gust, 15,- from  Gibsons competed in' the?Arctic  Club Junior * Development * Track  Meet at Balaclava Park in Vancouver Sept. 1. They ycame home  with three firsts, two seconds and  a third. They were accompanied  by Mr. J. H. Macleod as assistant coach.        .  Kirsten Jorgensen showing her  usual highly competitive spirit  won the bantam girls 60 and 100  yard dashes with times, of 7.6  seconds and 12.3 seconds respectively.  Chief Dan Paul  Chief Dan Paul, 87, of Sechelt  Indian Band died August 28 and  was buried in, Our. Lady of  Lourdes, church on the reserve fol  lowing requiem mass conducted  by Rev. James MacDonnel.  Chief Paul was a hereditary  chief and is credited with uniting the Deserted Bay, Pender  Harbour, Jervis Inlet and Sechelt  bands into one unit with headquarters at Sechelt. He also carved war canoes and totem poles  and a good luck stone figure now  in Vancouver museum.  Before retiring he was a fisherman and logger. He leaves his  wife Ellen, two sons, Reg and  Henry, ,a daughter, Mrs. Sarah  Silvey of Egmont and 15 grandchildren also 19 great-grandchildren.  nuiuumttinHHtuBuuniiiHinummuitmiuunuimiiiraiunnmirau  AN EXPLANATION  With a holiday breaking into  the publication week and two  large tax sale advertisements  crowding into what space was  available some news for this  week has been left out. These  items will be published in the  next issue.  David Macleod won the Bantani  boys'broad jump with a leap of-  16 feet 9 inches, this is reported  unofficially to be a meet record  in this age group and will be  confirmed later;   he also placed  ��� second  in the  Bantam boys   60  ��� yard dash with a time of?7.4 seconds. In the same division young  Macleod placed second in the 100  yard dash with a time of 11.9  seconds. Aboikt a month ago he  ran; the same distance at the  Brockton Point in 11.3 seconds.  Ross Gust, an extremely powerful and well coordinated athlete  placed third in the midget boys  shot put with a heave of 44 feet  11^ inches. Mr. Macleod reported that some of Ross's opponents  outweighed him 20 to 30 pounds.  These three youngsters are in  their first year of serious track  and field competition and already  two of them have competed in  three major and one minor track :  meet besides three J.O.T.P.  meets. By this time next year  they will be approaching veteran  status as far as track and field  is concerned.;      ' ?, ?jyu,  Their coach; John .Liitley believes that there is a go6d??chance  that any one of these three or the -  six others of their team mates  may become, as well known athletically as Helen Bezdeck of  Gibsons who is 'possibly the best  woman shot' putter in western  Canada.  Passed away suddenly on Aug.  26, enroute to hospital, Charles  Fredrick (Fred) Earles.  Mir. Earies camejp Gibsons in  1947 on retiring from hotel work  in Calgary and Vancouver. He  served; in France "during World  War I and was -wounded in August, 1917.   "  He was a member of the Royal  Canadian Legion branch 109 and  Mount Elphinstone- Lodge, A.F.  & A.M., also a member of Royal  Arch Masons and was active in  community work.  He is survived by his wife Elsie, one brother, Frank in Alberjta  one niece and nephew in Calgary  C.N.I.B. MEETING  The Peninsula uranch of the  Canadian Institute for the Blind  will hold its annual meeting  Thurs., Sept. 6 starting at 7:30  p.m. in the Anglican Parish hall.  uuwwiuuum��iu��muuuunniu����ununttmMtti\ttuuntt��ttUHW\i  on a handloom with cotton warp  but the woollen woof came from  her father's own sheep, spun,  dyed and woven at home. A  black piece of linen was produced in the village from which she  came. Two machine-embroidered  cushion covers were done on special machines .used in Greece for  such work.  Each Greek girl does this kind  of work for her hope chest, starting at an early age and one piece  of work would occupy her spare  evening time for many months.  On the girl's wedding day one  car carries her needlework which  has the work displayed from windows and on cards or rods so it  is visible. The car goes at a  snail's pace and stops when requested so spectators can examine the handiwork and judge  the bride by. the extent and quality of her handicraft.  In   the  handicraft  exhibits  at  the fair were also Mrs. Huhtala's  Davis and Gibsons Garden club  were to the front in this department.  Saturday afternoon's pet parade saw Piper Eric Thomson  leading the parade in the School  Hall due to the rain outside. First  prize went to Bobbie Davidson  as a huge wedding cake, second  lo Juliette Labonte as an Indian  maid, third, -mother and child  with little rabbit to Frances Mackenzie. A special went to Lois  Wells as a fairy.  Others were clown and baby  buggy with Kathy and Guy Turik,  Carori Alsager as a Japanese  lady, Virginia Alsager as a gypsy,, Andy Alsager as a- hillbilly,  Collen Husby as a rabbit, Laurei  Davidson as a rose, Alec Davidson as Long John Silver and Zena  Davidson as a pixie. Credit  should go to the parents of these  children for the fine parade they  organized through their individual effort.  Shower held  Gibsons United Church Women*.  held a miscellaneous shower' in.  honor o�� Miss Jean Elizabeth-  Cameron at the home of Mrs.  Greta Grant where 30 members,  attended.  The bride-to-be was seated : in*  a beautifully decorated chair* in  the Grant garden to open the numerous gifts she received from  the Glendale, Gower and Evening Circle groups and other well  wishers.  Miss Cameron and her mother  were presented with corsages.  Refreshments were served by the  United Church Women. Miss Fannie Grant and Mrs. Greta Grant  were  co-hostesses.  SQUARENADERS TO MEET  First Squarenaders Dance Club  will hold its first meeting Sat.v  Sept. 8 starting at 8:30 p.m. in  Hopkins Community Hall. A beginners class will be held Sept.  19 at 8 p.m. in the same hall. A  picnic will be held for all Square-  enaders and families at Roberts  Creek on Sept. 9. Lunch will take  place at 12 'noon.  II  mba echoes still reverberating  Plan Carnival  Members of the Roberts Creek  School Parents' Auxiliary are  tremendously elated at the' response given their carnival effort  by organizations and merchants  along the coast. Donations have  been received from Vancouver  also. It looks as if the prizes to  be offered at the carnival will  be many, varied and useful.  Members met at , the Peter  Christmas home to discuss plans  for the carnival, which has been  -scheduled ror Sept. 22 in the  evening and promises to be a  gay affair.  Campers of the Indian Reserve  at Gibsons held their second annual get-together Sat., Aug. 11.  Teen-agers,    chiefly    responsible  tor its organization, gave it the  name "Moomba" Regatta. The  name is ah Australian word  meaning. "Let's get together and  have a good time."  This year's gathering had a fish  fry at the supper hour. Barbeque-  ing was expertly presided over  by Dr. Stu Webber who, with help  of his fishing neighbor _ Roily  Summerfield; provided more than  40 pounds of salmon used. The  "squaws" of the Reserve added  salads, "cakes and ice cream to  round out this part of the Moomba.  Dr. Maurice Young was chief  factotum. In words suitable to  the Indian tradition he welcomed the assembled "tribesmen,"  their "squaws" and   "papooses"  ing contests. As Dr. Young spoke  he divested himself of layers of  garments at the thought of the  heat of the coming biattles until  he stood clad only in his bathing  trunks and boater hat.  Thus attired he expressed  grateful appreciation to all responsible for planning the coming  Potlatch, with its feast of food,  song and entertainment. Especially thanked were the sisters 'Pop'  Webber and "Liz" Rowley, at  whose patio and boat ramp the  swimming and boating events and  barbequed supper took place.  The opening event was a splashing contest by the youngest of the  assembled "tribes." Each contestant was rewarded as the  judges found close observation  for the biggest splash had a dampening effect.  For swimming races and   diving contests,   the starters, John  and exhorted them to exert their    Dayton and Chris McGregor, with  greatest  skills  in the forthcom-    the assistance of Helen and Barry  Clement did an efficient job.  Keeping the score of the winners were Mrs. E. Baxter and  Mrs. Stevens. The task of spotting the winners was handled by  Heather Alexander, Sue Rowley  and friends. Novelty events included aquatic spot swimming  contests and a relay race for adults with inflated balloons in  place of batons. A clown diving  exhibition by Doug Alexander  and a mysterious princess from  Hawaii (Roily Summerfield) added to the hilarity.  The grand aggregate winners in  the various events and age  groups were Lynn Stevens, Stuart  Bird and Cathy Young. A talented display of water skiing was  given in the latter part of the  afternoon by Sue Rowley, Heather Alexancer, Dean Butler,  Joey Summerfield, Betsy C'n*-k  Keith Wales and Janet Alexander.  Moving   along   to   Alexander  beach later a floating stage was  improvised and the skits, songs  and dances were given by the  many contestants. A teen-agers  interpretation of the flapper era  tras one of the highlights of the  many well costumed acts. All  of, this was performed under improvised flood, lights with Howe  Sound as a back drop. A surprise  number was the presentation of  one of Ernie Burnett's famous  cotton wood carvings of an Indian  head, to Jeanne Summerfield and  John Butler. This gift }o these  young people, whose marriage  takes place on Sept. 22, was presented by Mr. D. Alexander who  mentioned the fact that this was  the first romance so culminated  by two young members of the  "clans" here assembled.  A final sing-song and general  pow-wow ended the day's events,  and the weary warriors retired  to their 'wigwams" all content  that  Moomba 1962  had been a  great success. Coast News,  Sept.  6,  1962.  Bott to Torture Vow Wife  A WEBSTER CLASSIC  ___5_T^,  No  Wctz (Eoast Mjeuis  Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher      -  Published  every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  P.O. Box 129, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second class mail for pay-  1 ment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member  Audit  Bureau of Circulation,   Canadian  Community  Nev/spapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, ��3.50 per 5 ear. ,  Pending developments  The quarterly executive meeting of the B.C. School Trustees Association took a long look at pending developments in B.C. regarding  junior colleges, community colleges, vocational training and adult  education and recommended that school boards should be responsible  for meeting? air educational services which may reflect the needs of  ��� the community for adults as well as children, both in academic and  vocational fields alike. This responsibility would also include the development and operation of local community colleges.  The recommendation resulted from a year-long study by BCSTA  project  committee on continuing education. Executive members of  . the association branches throughout the province were concerned with  the risk of piecemeal progress in post-high school education by a  variety of governmental agencies, plus college demands in a number/  of communities sparked by chambers of commerce arid other n'on/  school groups, plus secular colleges currently established or-being  established, plus an increasing demand for adult education facilities.  They felt that unless management of community college needs  are established through school boards the final outcome will be a collection of authorities carrying a multiplicity of educational labels  that would in the end negate Ahe objectives of them'all.  '..-.  Hence the association executive states,  "as elected representa-  ���,; lives of the people, school boards should be responsible" for developments in the directions; now indicated. * ������;���'-* |?  (By EDWARD J. ATLEE)  Killdeer Plover  (Ozyechus Viciferus)  For over 30 years to my knowledge killdeer have been ���coming  to nest in the land around Marine Drive, and Gower Point  Road. This year I noticed two  pairs, one had one chick and the  other, three. They no doubt nested behind some rock in a little  dell due west of the United  Church. The little chicks though  unable to fly can outrun their  mother and myself, who tried to  catch one for examination.  About July 8 the mother with  three chicks brought themYtp  within 10 feet of my back door  on Cochrane road and as long  as I kept working she was unafraid. This happy little family  KiBOW  A good holiday plan  Ron Gadsby of the provincial department of recreation, who  made the coast to coast tour in connection with the opening of the  Rogers Pass section of the Trans-Canada highway has come up with  an idea which has merit. There is no need to expound on what. Mr.  Gadsby has to say, because it.offers an idea which if put into practice would make vacations more enjoyable. Here is what he has written as the result of his trip:  The more we travel this wonderful new "road of the century"  the more I am filled with an overwhelming desire that all Canadians  make this trip. It is an experience in Canadianism that should be  shared. Major stumbling block in the mind of the potential traveller  is the thought of the long return journey. When vacations are limited  to only two or three weeks, a natural block is placed on the complete  trans-Canada journey.  But there is an answer to it and all of us on the cavalcade believe it lies in the; railways. If a realistic rate could be applied to  the transportation of the family and family car in one direction, the  mission could be accomplished with no difficulty. We are convinced  that with railway co-operation, the thousands who live in Ontario,  Quebec and the maritimes and who want to visit British Columbia,  could do so on a two-weeks holiday.  ��anticto*to  Prepared by the Research Staff of  ENCYCLOPEDIA   CANADIANA  What was wampum?  A term widely used to describe  various Indian beads, particularly of shell. At the time of European contact, cylindrical disks  chiselled from clam or oyster  shells were widely used on thh  New England coast by India-is  of many tribes.- Strung on thon^>  they served as neck pendantf,  .<rm bands and other ornament*?  Sometimes they were fashioned  into a belt, consisting of parallel  strings, sewn together, at intervals, thus making a solid mat eff  Ythese shell...disks. The arrangement of different colored shelf's  made it possible to have-simple  dx*signs embroidered into the'!**  belts. At the conclusion of Ja  pi-ace treaty or of some simiiae-  ly important undertaking, it w^s  customary to exchange . one ;$ir  more wampum belts, the design*;  serving as a reminder of thp  transaction. ?|  Other types of shell bea**|s  comprised flat disks; still others  were long, thin cylinders, d|  pending upon the manner in  which it was fabricated. Thfo  term "wampum" was commonlw'  ���^applied1 by^|he eart-jLjr settlers. Jj��  -/aftl types Of Shelf ?bead- Because  of its value in the -eyes of ���'he  Indians, wampum was frequently exchanged, although it never  had a true currency value.     .;.  What did Albert Henry? Robson  do for Canada?  An extraordinary amount of  pioneer work in the arts* and letters. A commercial art i director  by profession, this man was the  first president of the Graphic  Arts Club of Toronto, a founder  of the Arts and Letters Club of  that city, a prompter of such .  later-famous artists as Tom  Thomson, J. E. H. MacDonald  and Arthur Lismer, an original  governor of the Dominion Drama Festival, an author and a. ?  noted critic. ?  Huge Military Tattoo  A group of Canadian officers  have been surveying the Seattle  World's Fair to make plans for  the "greatest military tattoo  fever seen in the United States,"  to be held during Canadian  Week, September 10 - 16.  The narrator, Capt. Douglas  Bell of the Princess Patricia  Canadian Light Infantry in Victoria announced some of the  plans for Canadian Week which  will include the tattoo of over  650 men of the Canadian's military forces.  The Royal Canadian Navy will  bring its destroyer flotilla, the  Royal Canadian Air Force will  fly in Golden Hawk jet planes  which are fhe eqjuvalent of U.S.  'Blue Angels' and the Air Force  band will present a daily concert in the Opera House during  Canadian Week. And every night  in the World's Fair Stadium,  free to fair visitors,; will be the  tattoo.  He explained that a tattoo in  the Canadia-R sense is a military  extravaganza and the one plan-  red for the Seattle World's Fair  will giye the history of Canada,  highlighting the periods of  French and British history. He  added:  " "We shall have a 100-man pipe  band, a 2t)0-man military band  ���and 15 fanfare trumpets, the  Royal Canadian Mounted Police  doing their rriusical ride on  horses, a Wooden Soldiers sequence and in the historical aspect, a French Century Mount  v/ith costumes picked from Pans  and muskets of the year 1590 especially created to be shot. We  shall also have a British changing of the guard with authentic  British red tunics, and artillery  display by the Royal Canadian  Korse Artillery. There also will  be demonstrations of mollein  day Canadian troops in action.  The climax of the two and one-  half hour tattoo will be a 'Sunset Ceremony'," said Bell pouring out the tremendous plans for  this event.  "There will be a different Canadian personage at the tattoo  every night and a guard of honor  from Parliament Hill of the  Regiment of Canadian Guards.  And every soldier in the entire  tattoo will be a regular. There  will be no filling in with National Guard and citizens  groups," Bell said.  "We are going to have one  side of the stadium built to look  like an old stone fort such as  in Fort Henry or the Citadel of  Quebec."  Capt. Bell said that the 650  Canadian troops will be lodged  at F��rt Lawton and Pier 91,  cdurtesy of. the Seattle World'j  Fair.  JACK FROST NOT GUILTY  Bright hues of autumn are supposed to be due to the action  of frost at night arid the rays  of the sun during the day. This  is hardly correct, as anyone who  has observed the changing of  the leaves long before the onset  of the first frost must agree,.  This is evident in the mild climate of the?Pacific Coast wherje  color changes are frequently  completed well in advance of the  frbsty nights. The color of leaves  is deterhiined by seasonal  changes in the chlorophyll grains  and liquid cell content that accompany the withdrawl of prq-  teid (nitrogenous) material from  the - tissues of the leaf. Frost  may hasten the break-up of the  chlorophyll, but it is not necessary to trigger the change.  Gems of Thought  INNER peace I  Peace is the promise and reward of Tightness.  i ���Mary Baker Eddy  If we have not peace within  ourselves, it is in vain to seek  it from outward sources.  ���-Rouchefoucauld  Notliing can bring you peace  but yourself; nothing can bring  you peace but the triumph of  principles.���Emerson  Back of tranquillity lies always  conquered unhappiness.  .t*     ���David Grayson  Peace begins just where ambition ends.���Edward Young  Whoever    pleads   for   justice  helps to keep the peace.  > ���William AUen White  went to bed in a woodpile at th��  back of my lot but. were airound  next day.  The killdeer has two white  bands around its neck, a light-  brown back with a white breast  to rose towards the rump. Legs  and beak are long. When approached the hen will fain  wounded, sometimes : lying... on  her back flapping her wings,  which she did when I got close  to her?  When in flight, the killdeer has  a noticeable V in the back of  the wing feathers. I have heard  their cry "killdeer" at all hours  of the day and night.  There is also the striped-headed sparrow which as near as  I can ascertain is the clay-colored sparrow (spizeda-pallida) a  migratory bird which has been  ravaging your garden peas.  Most of them by ���now have had  their fill and headed further'  north to return- later for flight  to Mexico and Brazil?  I happened to notice they were  very fond of bananas and kept  ���them well supplied but one  morning I  ran short and as I  opened the door to throw them  some raisin bread a perky young  cock was chirping as neat ?as  Dan the; Taylor, four well known  notes  from Handel's Hallelujah  Chorus which somehow sounded  like "No bananas, No bananas."  This necessitated -my having to  make a hurried trip to the nearby grocery.  NOTICE  R. S. Rhodes  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Announces he wili be in Sechelt  SEPTEMBER 10  For an appointment for eye examination phone  Sechelt Beauty Parlor, 885-9525  If anyone desires any adjustment or repair to their  present glasses I will be pleased to be of service.  FULLER BRUSH  PRODUCTS  John Kingdon-Rowe  SECHELT ��� 885-2017  BEST  QUALITY   DRESS  & WORK  SHOES  Marine   Men's  Wear  .���-..���; LTD;:'.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons  CORPORATION OF VILLAGE MUNICIPALITY  OF GIBSONS LANDING  NdtlCE  Resident-Electors and Teoant-El^i)tors  Resident-electors iand Tenant electors, whose names do not appear on the current Municipal Voters List, are reminded that  in order to have their names placed on the List it is necessary  to complete a statutory declaration during the month of August  or September.   '��� -Yyy ;?-:y  A Resident-elector is defined as a British subject of the full  age of 21 years who is a resident and has resided continuously  for not less than six months within the Municipality immediately prior to the submission of the declaration provided for, and  whose name is not entered on the list as an Owner-elector.  A Jenant-elector is defined as a British subject of the full age  of 2i years who is and has been continuously for not less than  six months immediately prior to the submission of the declaration provided for, in occupation of real property within the  Municipality and whose name is not entered on the list as an  Owner-elector or a Resident-elector. Owners of property, registered in the Land Registry Office prior to September 29, 1962, ���  will be placed automatically on the Voters List as-Owner electors..?  Confirmation notices have already been mailed to Resident-  electors and Tenant-electors who completed the necessary affidavit in the year 1961-62. r  The Voters List for?the current year will close at 5:00 p.m.,  Saturday, September 29, 1962.  Y JULES A. MAINIL, Village Clerk  J^YY " -^Y^^^^H^^-iS'Y?  eaFii- fen pjf**-  :'i  ��� ��� ��� ���  LOW COST AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT  .Now the Oil Heating Equipment Finance Plan -  sponsored by Standard Oil Company - makes  it possible for all homeowners to enjoy the  advantages of clean, safe, economical oil heat.  The benefits of this plan are available to you  -whether you intend to make a complete new  installation, convert your present heating system ~  to low cost ofl, modernize your oil burning plant  for more efficient operation, or just replace a  burner, furnace or tank. y  I For further Information on this or any Standard Oil Product call  I  1  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  /T '���'  G. H. (Gerry) McDONALD  Wilson Creek ��� 885-0332  .   1  $fc Oidy 10% down  r  7)6 Op to s years ftr npipint.  3k Attractive, low Interest rate,  /"V with no "hidden" charges er  "extras" -'-4  a  MKQ. T.M..  Introducing  September 9  The prefixes "883" ( for Pender Harbour telephones) and "884" (for Port Mellon telephones)  will replace "TUrner 3" and "TUrner 4" respectively on September 9. The last four figures  of the number will remain the same.  To make local calls, dial all seven figures. Consult your new telephone directory for correct  numbers, including police  and fire emergency numbers.  Why the Change?  Many B.C. TEL exchangee now have seven-figure numbers and  the benefits of All Number Calling are many.'For instance, the  change provides thousands more telephone*numbers which are  needed in Canada and the United States for continuing telephone  growth and expanding new communications services.  Eventually, everyone will have a seven-flgsre number. But they  are being introduced gradually in most places, when people move  or (as in the present ease) when new directories are issued. Experience shows that most people find the new numbers easy to call  B.C.TEL fg  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY V  winners  Brbld?Bi^hs^'l^g'^6:a^.Mr.'D.  IB>-Wellsiy.::, .?yy:; **.-��� -.. ;.'��� ��� ?y.:v?  ���   Beansi bush green;. Geo. Char-  imarij, Mrs.?.H? Cftaster. '.,?���.?"'  I --Beans; waxl:h^^i:sGe1i.- Char-.  ''jniatti^:;-:^  Scarlet Runner, D. B. Wells;  Beans, pole, l^*cs;"Rita?Mtcfiett,':  "Mr. "Cooper?''-��� v- '* ���-^ '������-��� "���'  Beets, Mrs. H. Chaster, Mr., D.  B. Wells.'  Cabbage,    poihted:' 'Mrs.    K  Fisher. ,,;,./���;.? y "���"  . Cabbage, ..round:'-Mr?   A.   J.  Charman,,J? E. Lee.  Cabbage, red, Mrs.?B?ea Chamberlin.  Carrots   long:    Brian. Thicke,  Mr. B. M. Smythe.  Carrots, intermediate,   Mr.   A.  J. Charman, Mrs. H. Chaster.  Carrots, ?short:   Mrs.  R.   Fit-  cliett, J. Ei. Lee?  Cucumber:    Mrs.   K.   Fisher,  Mrs. P. Skytte,   v..  Cucumber,   pickling:   Mrs.   B.  Chamberlin, Mrs..P. Skytte.  Onions, multipliers: Mrs: L. C.  Bengough, Mrs. K. Fisher  Onions: Mrs L.(  C. Bengough,  Mrs. H. Chaster. X       '  Parsnips:    Mrs.    H.   Chaster.  Mrs. L. C. Bengough.  -., Peas,? shelled: "Mr. Barrie Stew-  airt.y.' XX. ????..��� ??��� X'l'���?'?''���'?   '������ '���-:���:������ -  Rhub^b:?..??]Sijrs.Y HY Chaster,  Mrs? E-?'Pilling.'Y ,"'���. ". .".  Swiss Chard:''Mr: G? Charmafi?  ,;Veg. Marrow^^ green,,  Mrs. J.  Davies, Mr. G. Charmiah..  y Veg.  MarmwYryeliow,'?Mrs."'^^  navies? Mr. Steven Thicke.     ...  ,?^ Tomatoes,^ ripe: Mr. A. J.  .Charman?'''"??'" yv---���-'y---'>'--,-���������-..  - Tomatoes, green: Mrs. K. Fish.  er;?':';-       ������'������ '*.? ���???',��� ������*.   :'..;���?<  Potatoes,, early,. Mr. A? J. Charman.'? "'���'  Potatoes, main .crop: Mr. B.  M. Smythe, Mr. A; J? .Charman:  Swedes: Mrs. R. Fitchett, Mrs.  HY Chaster.  Collection of Vegetables: Mr.  D. B. Wells.  Special, Cabbage red: Mr. A? J;  Oharman.  Pickles, Cucumber: Mrs. J..  Wyngaert. '.;'���"���  Mixed Mustard Pickles, Sweet:  Mrs. P. Skytte. Ys  Green Tomato Pickles: Mrs. D.  Moss, Mrs. J. Wyngaert.  , Mixed Pickle Relish:  Mrs. H.  Thorburn.  Chutney:   Mrs.    J.   Wyngaert,  Mrs. YD. Moss.  Dills:?M.rs, P. Skytte,.Mrs. D.  .Mps's.?'- \*Y; ''--'"yy ''���;?'���'- y  Jam,. Apricot:X Mrs-; J. Wyn-  . gaert, MrsYP? Skytte.' " "  Jam,".':.Blackberi-y:-   Mrs.  H  Chaster,'' 5_rs..: P. Stroshein.  Jam, Black Currant:  Mrs. D.  : Moss. .���-������".'���"���  "" Jam,?. .Strawberry:   Mrs.   Paul  Skytte,"'Mrs.; J. Wyngaert;  Jam, Raspberry: Mrs.-"J. Bengough, -Mrs. HY Chaster.  Jam, Loganberry: 'Mrs. H.  Chaster, Mrs. K. Fisher.  Jam, Plum: Mrs. R. Fitchett.  ���   Jam, ��� Boysenberry: , Mrs.    D.  *-MOSS.   ������    .:-: '--.'A  Marmalade, Mrs. D. Moss.  Jelly, Crabapple:. Mrs. D. Moss  Jelly, Blackberry: Mrs. Louise  Carrall.  Jelly, Raspberry: Mrs. J. Wyngaert.  Jelly, Red Currant: Mrs. M.  Strom, Mrs. D. Moss..  Jelly, Apple: Mrs. P. Skytte.  Jelly, Black Currant: Mrs. H.  Thorburn.  Lemon Curd: Mrs. D. Moss,  Mrs. P. Skytte.  Butter, cow: Mrs. P. Skytte.' '*;���  Butter, goat: Mrs. D. Moss.  Special, Canned Poultry: Mrs.  D. Moss. ���-���)  Coast News,  Sept.  6, 1962.       3  JUNIOR  VEGETABLES  Beans:   Edward Copper, Brenda Weinhandl.    ?    '    ' '���'?:  Cabbage:  Brefrda Weinhandl.  ������';.  Carrots: Edward Cooper, Brenda Weinhandl.    .  ; ���'' Tomatoes; green: Edward Cooper.   *: .-..-��� ;������_���;.    .        -  Potatoes: William Docker.'...-.  Coll; .of  Vegs.:   Brenda . Wein-  handl:. .:.:   .'���������  FRUIT  .  Apples, crab: Mrs. K. Fisher.  .  Apples, early: Mrs. M,. Turner,  Mrs. K. Fisher.  Blackberries:    Mrs.   LeFeuvre,  Brian Thicke.  . Peaches: Mrs. K. Fisher, Mrs.  E.  Pilling.  . -Plums:.Mrs. K. Fisher; Mr. J.  H. Connor  Plums,   damsons:   Mr    J.   H.  Connor.  ... Raspberries, Mr. Brian Thicke.  'Basket of Fruit: Mr. J. H.  Connor.    FRUIT, JUNIOR  Native   Berries:    Linda  Chamberlin, Juanita Chamberlin.  WANT ADS ARE  REAL  SALESMEN     ~��V  Phone 885-^331 ��� SECHELT  ^   &   GirVs  GYM SHORTS  T-SHIRTS  RUNNERS  JACKETS  SKIRTS  SHIRTS  SLACKS  G.W.G. JEANS  Domestic science awards  HOME COOKINGy  Apple Pie: Mrs. Shirley Feeney  Mrs. P. Skytte.  Berry Pie: Mrs. D. Moss.  Lemon Pie: Mrs. H. Thorburn.  Pumpkin Pie: Mrs. Josie Davies, Mrs. P. Stroshein.  Raisin Pie: Mrs. P. Stroshein,  Mrs. J. Davies.  Bread, White: Mrs.yB. Tyson,  Mrs. P. Stroshein.       f.  Bread, rye: Mrs. F? Stroshein.  Bread, brown, Mrs. Nancy  Douglas, Mrs. B. Tyson.  Fruit Loaf, yeast: Mrs. J. Wyn-  ��T��tG_Tt* ���  Rolls: Mrs. P. Stroshein.  Bran Muffins: Mrs. P. Stroshein, Mrs. J. Wyngaert.       _  Baking Powder Biscuits: Mrs.  R. Fitchett,  Mrs. P. Skytte.  Fruit   Cake,   dark:    Mrs.   D.  Moss.  Fruit Cake, light: Mrs. D. Moss  Choco. Layer Cake: Mrs. P.  Skytte.  White Layer Cake: Mrs. H. R.  Hylton, Mrs.'P. Skytte.  Spice ���Xake: Mr. A. Clarke,  Mrs. D. Moss.  Sponge Cake, uniced: Mrs. J.  Wyngaert, Mrs. D. Moss.  Chiffon Cake, uniced: Mrs H.  R. Hylton.  Cherry Cake: Mrs. H. Chaster.  Jelly Roll: Mrs P. Skytte, Mrs.  P. Stroshein.?  Doughnuts, cake: Mrs. D. Moss  Date and Nut Loaf: Mrs. P.  Skytte, Mrs. Francis Stewart.  Rolled Cookies: Mrs. P. Skytte  Drop Cookies: Mrs. P. Skytte.  Gingerbread: Mrs. P. Skytte,  Mrs.  J. Wyngaert.  Shortbread: Mrs. D. Moss,  Mrs. P. Skytte.  Pastries: Mrs. P. Skytte.  Bars:  Mrs. P.  Skytte.  Coffee Cake, yeast: Mrs. J.  Wyngaert, Mrs.* F.   Stewart.  Cake Decoration: Mrs. J. Davidson.  ,   Candies, Fudge: Mrs. H. Thorburn.   ?  Candies, Turkish  Delight,:  Pat  Thomas.  Special Home Baking Contest:  White Bread: Mrs. F. Stewart.  HASSANS STORE  Complete slock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial and Sports  Hardware ���-Dry Goods  BAPCO PAINT  Interior  & Marine  ��h. TU 3-2415  MICKEY COE  Member  Professional Salesmen's  Club  nu  Falcon  Fairlane  Galaxie  Trucks  Thunderbird  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bus. Telephone Res.  \M 6-7111    BR 7-6497  Brown Bread: Mrs. F. Stewart.  Milk Rolls, Mrs. P. Stroshein,  Mrs F. Stewart.  Cinnamon Buns: Mrs. J. Wyngaert, Mrs. P. Stroshein..  Special W. I. Baking Powder  Biscuits: Mrs. G. Corlett,* Mrs.  K. Fisher.  Special, Decorative Cake: Mrs.  J. Davidson.  Special, Coffee Cake:  Mrs. J.  -Wyngaert.:?':?.;..     ���? ���:�����.-.  JUNIOR HOME COOKING  Bran Muffins: Jimmy Moss,  Linda Docker.  Drop Cookies: Bonnie Thorburn  Linda. Docker.  Sponge Cake: Sharon Moss.  Gingerbread: Anneli West, Bon  nie Thorburn.  Date and Nut Loaf: Brenda  Weinhandl.  Baking Powder Biscuits: Linda  Docker, Bonnie Thorburn.  Plain Rolled Cookies: Lynda  Chamberlin.  Apple Pie: Lynda Chamberlin.  Jam, any kind: Lynda Chamberlin, Jimmy Moss?  Canned Fruit: Sharon Moss,  Jimmjf Moss?  Fudge: Bonnie Thorburn, Sharon' Moss.  Packed School Lunch: Brenda  Weinhandl, Susan kennett, Deborah Docker. '  White Layer Cake: Lynda.  Chamberlin, Eileen McKenzie.  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired  Drainage Fields Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  KITCiiiifIS  IF YOU ARE BUILDING'A NEW HOME OR  REMODELLING, WHY NOT LET  Oceanside Furniture & Cabinet Shop  ADVISE YOU ON YOUR KITCHEN CABINETS  Our units are factory built prefinished inside and out with  quality that cannot be duplicated by "on the job" construction. With these "ready to use" units your old kitchen can  be transformed to a room of charm and beauty with a minimum of inconvenience.  For samples of hardwood and plastic laminates call  R. BIRKIN at 886-2551  or drop into the shop on BEACH AVE. in ROBERTS CREEK  BACKHOE & LOADER  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT NYGREN   -  Ph. 886-2350  Ready Mix Concrete  WASHED  SAND  &  GRAVEL  CRUSH ROCK  DRAIN ROCK  FILL GRAVEL  Serving the Sechelt Peninsula  P&  Phone Gibsons 9857  FOR TOPS IN QUALITY  BRAND  COAST   NEWS  4  4  4  4  4  4  4r*  A complete range of Totem Brand  school.supplies and general office  stationery always available at  your stationery supplier  ���  ���  ���  SCHOOL SUPPLIES  Loose Leaf l^refills^^  Loose Leaf Refill Books/"  Loose Leaf Subject Dividersy^  Exercise Books/^Totem Tabs/"  Stenographers' Note Books/"  Scrap Books/Scratch Pads/"  Music Dictation Books/"  Bookkeeping Blanks/  Drawing Pads and Papers/"  Kindergarten Papers)/  Typing Padsy^BlottingyPaper, Etc.\/  CROWN ZELLERBACH  996  HOMER STREET, VANCOUVER 3, B.C.  BRANCHES: VICTORIA, B.C., PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. TVi '.. V-,v :?��� ������:���  ���I.';'.  '������*'���'('���/���  l:��;  .      ..*  ���" VANCOUVER ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION DISTRICT.      :  '��� ��� I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Tuesday, the 18th day of September, 1962, at the hour of  10:30 o'clock in the forenoon, at Room 235, 501 West Twelfth Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., I will  sell at public auction the lands and improvements thereon in the list hereinafter set. out, of the  persons in said list hereinafter set out, for all'DELINQUENT AND CURRENT taxes due and  _mpaid by said, persons on the date of tax sale, and for interest, costs, and expenses, including  Ihe cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount .of taxes due up to and including the year  196*8, arid interest thereon, together with costs of advertising said sale, be not sooner paid.  Persons interested in purchasing property at tax sale are advised that tax sales do not extinguish Crown liens and other exceptions referred to in section 25 (a) of .the Land. Registry Act  and section 137 of the Taxation Act. ) ������������- .  LIST OF PROPERTIED  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  ���"2'��>''  �����-��  S at  ea Si  en  O)  G -.  a>  !-���  \2 _!  X  <x>  �� ��<  CO  t���1  o *  H    .  OW  o  E-*  Cartwright, Ernest F.  Ellis, Hugh M ..  Blythe, Walter E.  ...  Cartwright, Ernest F. ...  Cartwright,* Ernest F. ...  Cartwright, Ernest F.���"..-.  Stroshein, Reuben .......  Rusk, James Leo;  Rusk,  Doris Lorraine   Pudsey, Edgar L   NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT  Lot 13, Bk. 1, D.L. 687, Plan 2075, C. of  Lot 3, Bk. 5, D.L. 842, Plan 7138, C. of  T.  315455L ....;..  Parcel 2, Ref. Plan 2276, of Bk. C. D.L.  2768 and pt. D.L. 847. Plan 3488, C.of T.  58934K     ....;   Bk.  5, D.L. 911. Plan 4943  Lot 8. C. of T. 391Q40L   Lot 9, C. of T. 391040L .......   Lot 10, C.  of T. 397698L .......;?.  ��� ��� * ��� ���  Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  "Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  Whitaker, Ronald F.  ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  Whitaker, Ronald.F.  Cooper, James M   Cooper, James M   Stevens, Aubray M. (reg.'  owner,  Lions Bay Developments Ltd.) ............  Nestman, Leopold J.   McDonald, Glenn Edwin;  McDonald,  Constance  ._*M.3ry   *��*������aft��*����_.����*��������  Mclntyre,  Arnold;   Mclntyre, Bertha .............  Russell, -Alfred Maurice ..  Dyke, Harold W .''. *v  Lot 17 (except Parcel A, Ref. Plan 2985,  and Lots B and C, Plan 7874), D.L. 1028,  Plan 4682, C. of T. 152350L   Lot 13, Bk. 5, D.L. 1317, Plan 7188, C. of  T. 310425L   Bk. 16, D.L.* 1347,' Plan *2230,' 6! ��� of "t". "'  ��uudu4J_j     ���������������������������������*��������*���������������-������_���*���������������  Lot 4, Bk. 6, D.L. 1356, Plan 7006,  C. of  X���   /O-S-S-M-i   ��� ��������������������������������������_������������������������������*������������������������  Lot 11, Bk. 8, D.L. 1356, Plan 8666, C. of  Lot 7. Bk. 9, D.L. 1356, Plan 9407, C. of  T   348855L  Lot 8, Bk. 9,'d.L.!' 1356V Plan" 9407,"c/o)  T. 348855L   Lot 9, Bk. 9VDX. 1356*/Plan* 9407Vc! of  T.  348855L  .............  Lot 10, Bk. 9,'i!��."1356* Plan.94Wr7c/of  T.  348855L  Lot 11, Bk. 9* *D.LV 1*35*6" Plan* 9407*/ C.* of  Lot 1, Bk. 13, D.L. 1356, Plan 9860, C. of  T   381727L  Lot 10, Bk. i3Vb.'L.'*lV5V/Plan 9860/cVof  T. 381727L ��� - ...-  Lot 11. Bk. _3VD.'L."Y356/Plan 9860, C. of  T. 381727L   Lot 13, Bk. i��,'.D.L.' 1356*/Plan 9860,'C.'of  D.L. 1356 (except ptns. included in Ref.  Plans3427, 4647, and in Plans 6803, 6812,  7006,  7801,   8666,   9407,   9452,   9599,   9860,  9973, 10339), C. of T. 49666L   Lot 33,  Bk. B, D.L. 1379, Plan 1938, C.  of T. 225937L   Bk. 7? D.L. 1427. Plan 7134, C. of T.  383923L   Bk. 8. D.L. 1427, Plan 7134, C. of T.  Oo<_i��r2oXj        ������������������������������������������  117.59  36.73  30.01  48.80  48.80  48.80  I  135.371  I  248.051  I  20.531  53.44)  21.12  68.95  68.95  195.23  160.191  I  135.091  I  170.081  5.41  1.11  1.34  1.19  ^1:19  1.19  2.71  10.93  .   .40  1.58  13  .00[  13.00|  14.00  13.00  13.00  13.00  14.00  13.001  I  14.00[  13.00|  .801 13.00  2.38  2.38  7.67  6.16  5.29  6.03  I  ������������������  4  Lot 11, Bk. 1 of Bk. A, D.L. 1575, Plan  10044, C. of T. 396077L ................  Bk 6, D.L. 3380, Plan 4341, C. of T.  321099L  �������������������  Bk. 19, D.L. 4292, Plan 7321, C. of T.  Lot D, Bk. 3, D.L/-4698, Plan 10413, C  OX       X #      ^XDtjy-U_i'      ������������������� i.m ���*''.*��������� ��� �� ���������������������������*<  D.L; 6321 - C. of T.y287228L-.. ._,.,.. M  That ptn S.W. % Sec. 11, Tp? 50, included in Ref. Plan 1092 (except P.G.E. R.  of W. shown in Ref. Plan 1127), C. of  T.  365361L  !_���������**�����  29.07  1  .95  29.07  .95  50.32,  1.58  351.01  15.47  69.83  2.90  1,057.49  42.20  454.68  18.52  427.51  17.09  24.70  1.28  30.68  1:09  24.56  .-,.-51.44  .40  V,.":  301.991  12.03  13.00  13.00  13.00)  13.00  13.00  13.00  13.00  13.00  13.00)  14.00  13.00  14.00  14.00  13.00  14.004  14.00  13.00  14.00  14.00  136.00  50.84  45.35  62.99  62.99  62.99  152.08  271.98  34.93  68.02  34.92  84.33  84.33  215.90  179.35  153.38  190.01  43.02  43.02  64.9Q X  380.48  85.73  1,113.69  487.20  457.60  39.98  45.77  37 M  66.88-  328.02  Dated at New Westminster, B.C., this 7th day.of August, 1962.  se8���2089 V ' ' .  j. f. Mcdonald,  Provincial Collector  it  ftowliiif llli'v.s  Are pleased to  announce  5-pin Setters are  now  10-PINS STILL AVAILABLE  LADIES 10-PIN LEAGUE NOW FORMING  Thursdays 7 to 9 p.m. ��� A few openings still available  MONDAY & TUESDAY AT 9 p.m. AVAILABLE  FOR 4 TEAM FIVE PIN GROUPS  Free Instruction for New Bowlers  For further information phone 885-9918 or 885-9322  BROTHERS MEET  Brothers? who had riot heard of  each other for 35 years and were;  in Shaughnessy hospital after  World War II at the same time  without either knowing it, met  recently at.'the funefaLof a third  brother. y?  Earl Pumphrey of Kelowna and  his brother George of Seche11  met in Kamloops for the-funeral.  of LT.. C. Pumphrey. George is  now^iat ?hbme ;ih Sechelt with ? his  son DbrialclY ph* leavej from: the  Armored Corps, ?Calgai"y.    Y  Coast Ne^js; Sept? ? 6, l||62?  The peavey,. a. tool which. is  still in use in all woods operations today, differs little from  the original model produced by  Joseph Peavey at his store irt  Stillwater, Maine, a centuryi^ago.  'Y^C.:E_?SICOTTE* ���-������������"  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  Land Clearing ~- Excavating  and Road Building  FREE ESTIMATES  ?       Phorie 886-2357  i      r  .6   ���-''���'  /  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  ���O   H  1/2  5 oi  ea co  .���������-co-  <D  ._ c  ���   tt)  U   '  i_ ��  ��� ���    M    -.  <u  to n.  ��  o �����������  E--  OH:  ea  Russell, Quentin M. (reg.  owner, P. L. Anderton,  admin, of estate of W;  A. Mathewson)  ........  Hampton, Edward (VLA)  Hampton, Edward (VLA)  Russell, William* W. .....  Parkin, Winnifred; Parkin  William   Hampton, Edward   Pridy, John   Jensen,   Roy   C.  Jensen,    V"id  X_u    ������������������*��������������������������  Hawkins, John C. ........  Pridy, John ..............  Millard, George H.;  Moore, Christine R.  (execs, of will of M. P.  Millard, deceased) .....  Crisp, Kenneth W.  ���*�����������*  Cousens, Donald F.  Cpusens, Donald F.  Laing, Ronald; Laing,  Helen    ..............  Laing, Ronald; Laing,  Helen  7...  Laing, Ronald;  Laing,  -  *X"i"I_,       ��.��������������� ������������������������  Laing, Honald;  Laing,  Laing, Ronald; Laing,  Helen   ........  ......  Leighton, ArEhur W   Drexel, Ferdihand ''.��f.:i.  ' '    '        ������*  Tisdale, Milton A. (reg:  owner, A. W: Taylor)  .  Waddel,, Hamilton-,/ Wad-  del, Anne   Dangio, John   COMOX LAND DISTRICT  Lots 1, 7, Sec. 6, Plan 4787, C. of T.  Amended Lot 4, Sec. 16, Plan 7037, C.  Lot 5, Sec. 16, Plan 7037, C. of T. 51452N  Lot A, Sec. 16, Plan 9332, C. of T. 67792N  Lot 2, Sec. 22, Plan 2989, C. of T. 77628N  Lot 3, Sec. 66, Plan 7471, C. of T. 52766N  Lot A, Sec. 70, Plan 11348, C. of T. 80484N  Lot 1. Sec. 77, Plan 7389, C. of T. 75780N  Lot 26,' D.L. 87, Plan 2657, C. of T. 68484N  N. y2 D.L. 91 (except Plans 10214, 12275,  and 1311R), C. of T. 64075N   Lot 94, C. of T. 68154N   D.L. 130 (except Parcel A (D.D. 1833N))  w.  OI   X.   7U��I7d_N   ������������������������������������*������*���������������������  Lot 4, D.L. 196, Plan 13747, C.ofT.  Lot 5, D.L. 196, Plan 13747, C. of T?  D.L. 218, Plan 12577  Lot A, C? of T. 84724N ..................  LotB, C. of T. 84724N   Lot D, C. of T..84724N   Lot E, C. of T. 84724N   Lot F, C. of T. 84724N ...  ��*���������������!  _^ Priest, Maria Jane ......  McNiven,  Alfred;   McNi-  Ven,:��� Dun^tn; Lloydv  Stolzenberg. Harry:   Stol-  zeriberg, Violet ........  Holt? Jack ...............  Mooney, Frank   Donovan Loggirig Company Ltd., (reg. owner,  Dougan arid  Donovan  Mulhollanct, Kenneth   Alexander, Ferdinand C.;  Alexander, Virginia ....  Stanley, Osborne F.   Hunt, Irene    Tuulos, Vaino Victor .....  Ricketts, Bruce E   Reedel,   Irvine   H.   (reg.  owner, G. B. Dickson).  Reedel, Irvine H. (reg.  owner, G. B. Dickson).  Martin, Theophilus J. ...  Martin, Theophilus J. ...  Wilkes, Ralph R. ....'.....  Wilkes, Ralph R..........  WilKes. Ralph R.   ...  Sacht, George (V.L.A.) ..  Piercy, Jean" (exeox. of  will of James W. Turn-  hull, deceased) ........  Turnbull, James William .  Lot 25. DL. 236, Plan 3720, C. of T.  _SSf Da / _IX ��������������������.�����������������������������������*������������ ������������������  Gp.  1, New Westriiinsier Land District  _|Ot 25; Bk.JJ7itDiLi 1372; I?lan 2732, Sav-  yjary Island.,C. of T:131369L?:.......V  Lot 8, Bk. 3A, D?L. 1377. Plan 5891, Savary Island,:. C,/ of T. 413798L .........  Lot 2 of Lot CyD.L. 1500, Plan 9113, C.  *--i>I   X*.   ooi^koHmLt   ���������������������������������������������������������������������  Bk. A  D:L. 3913, plan 6300, C. of T.  NELSON LAND DISTRICT  That pt. of Parcel B (D.D.8510N). Lot  12, as shown outlined in red on Plan  509R (except northerly. 17 ft. thereof  reserved  for   road allowance),   C. of  Lot 10, Bk. 30, D.L. 24, Plan 3268, C. of  Lot 4. Bk. 35, D.L. 24, Plan 3268, C. of  NEWCASTLE LAND DISTRICT  D.L. 36, Plan 1820  That pt. Lot  1 lying S.W.   of E. & N.  Rly. R. of W.i C. of T..24685N   That pt. Lot 2 lying S.W. of E. & N.  Rly. R. of W., C. of T. 24685N   That pt.   Lot 3 lying S.W. of E. & N.  Rly. R. of W., C. of T. 24685N ..;.....  .,RANGE 1, COAST.LAND DISTRICT     I  D.L. 222, C. of T. 1960561   W. 20 ch. of.Lot 474, C. of T. 2582261 ...  Lot 1246, C. of T. 82061N   Lot 1487A. C. of T. 2889141   D.L. 1595, C. of T. 2455771   RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  D.L. 1315, C. of T. 1670I6I ,   S.E. 3.40 ac. of S. i/_ of S.W. Y* Sec.*15,  Malcolm Island, as shown colored red  on plan attached to deed dated 11.4.16;  Vs* OZ X* -SOOUOX �����������������������������������������������*���������������*���������  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT  Lot A. D.L. 72, Plan 11346, C. of T.  2621871   Lot. 301 (except Parcel A (D.D. 7352411)  and Plans 3148,. 789R. 7405), Cortes Island, C. of T. 35414N   Lot 4, D.L. 391. Plan 3148, Cortes Island,  v./.' or" x���' *j��j_ixoi\ �����������������*_������������*��������������������������� *  D.L. 778, Sonora Island; C. of T. 2477871  D.L. 1134. Sonora Island, C. of T. 2477871  D.L. 1389 (except Plan 10237), C. of T.  D.L. 1412? C. of T. 1772411   D.L. 1417. C. of T. 1775261   Fr. N.W. V4 Sec 29, Tp. 3, (except W, 1��  ch. thereof), C. of T. 341651   COMOX LAND DISTRICT  Undersurface coal rights in Parcel A,  Sec. 28 (except Plan 2593), and in Parcel C, Sec. 28, C. of T. A.F.B. 31-366-  7503F        Undersurface coal rights in Lot A, Sec  28. Plan 2593, C. of 1*. 8S977N   28.86  482.08  42 66  252.281.  226.56  250.51  491.23  . 92.14  188.81  190.44  502.15  387.56  14.70  14.70  31.57  74.69  78.13  11.65  10.37  18.77  ^13Al  2.14  22.40  1.98  9.10  11.70  6.33  22.98  4.42  5.01  8.86  14.00  13.00  13.00  13.00  14.00  13.001  13.001  ���' ���-������!  13.001  13.00  14.00'  14.00  14.00  lS.OiJ'  23.24  17.22  >56  .56  1.40  4.571 13.00r  304|  13.00  45.00  517.48  57;64  274.38-  252.26  269.84  527.21  109.56  206.82  213.30  539.39  41S.78  28.26  13.001-     28.26  I  13.001  ���44  .44  .87  13.00  13.00  14.00  45.97  9126  94.17  25.09  23.81,  33.64  -  ���  ">^i57 nIS.OOf?*;  26,68  41.111    1.44]  13.001  14.001  14.00  76.57  21.78  33.20  37.70  97.01  3.18  1.54  (  59.55  14.09  7.28.  81:2.  305.59.  1,298.57  85.27  83.97  44.77  9.84  161.46  109.00  307.-84  ? 42.68  8.53  126.631  "171.291  135.471  1.54  .95  5.09  1.87  .64  .29  13 00  13.001  13.00  14.00  14.00  13.00  55.55  93.75  37.32  4.081  14.00  13.61  60.82  4.17  3.74  2.84  .44  14:00  14.00  14.00  14.00  14.00  14.00  6.331  13.00  I  4.881   14.00  I-  15^581 13:00,.  1.88|  14.00|  .38  6.48  4.91  6.02  199.83J    8.66  6.19|  6.19|  .21)  .29  14.00  14.00  14.00  14.00  47.74  51.65  115.10  75.42  28.73  20.57  99.34  333.20  1,373.39  103.44  101.71  61.61  24.28  180.79  127.88  336.42  ��� 58.56  22.91  147.06  190.20  155.49  .14.001     222.49  14.00  14.00  20.48  20.48  Dated at Courtenay, B.C., this 3rd day of August, 1962.  se6���2089   ���  COMOX ASSESSMENT AND COI_LECXION DISTRICT    Y  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Wednesday- the 19th day of September, 1962, at the hour  of 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Courthouse, Courtenay, B.C., I will sell at public auction the lands and improvements thereon in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said  list hereinafter set out, for all DELINQUENT AND CURRENT ta*xes due and unpaid by said persons on the date of tax sale, and for interest, costs, and expenses, including the cost of. advertising said sale, if the total amount of taxes due up to and including the year 1960, and interest thereon, together with costs of advertising said sale, be not sooner paid.  Persons interested in purchasing property at tax sale are advised that tax sales do not 6x-  tinguish Crown liens and other exceptions referred to in section 25 (a)-Of the Land Registry Act  and section 137 of the Taxation Act.     y ^  LIST OF PROPERTIES  G. W. McFAJiLAND'  ProvinciaT Collector CbastYNews,  Sept. '8** _962f-Y 5Y YeO!^Ni_rCEVra*TS  REMf ESTATE  MISC. FOR SALE  -CARD OF' THANKS  I rfwillP W^tt^lr'&1^W* tfchid;  friends for the lovely gifts* flow-,  ers  and cards  sent during my  stay iri hospital. They were so appreciated and helped very inuch.  XpttXP3���^^  I wish to thank my many, many  friends for their kindnesses  shown viri so man*y ways? Especially the members, of Royal Can-  adian Legion Branch 109,. also  the members of Mount Elphinstone Lodge A.F. & A.M.arid the  Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal  Canadian Legion 109. Special  thanks to? Dr. Johnson, Dr. Inglis  Al Brian, Rev. Denis Harris and  Mr. John Harvey.    Elsie Earles.  I wish to extend my-thanks for  the many gifts, flowers and card-  sent to me whilst in hospital, also for kindnesses shown since my  return home.       Winnifred Ross.  -DEATHS.-,  ANDERSON ��� Passed away suddenly Aug. 17, 1962, Duncan Allan Anderson of Claresholm, Alta.  Survived by his family in Clares-  holm, Alta. Remains forwarded  to Claresholm for funeral service  and interment by the Harvey Funeral Home,  Gibsons. B.C.  DUFFY ��� Passed away Sept 2,  1962, Thomas Edison Duffy of .Sechelt, B.C. Survived by...'his- loving wife Harriet and his mother-,  in-law and father-in-law Mr. and  Mrs. H. Johnsen, Sechelt, B.C.,  and sister-in-law and brother-in-  law and nieces.and nephews. Funeral service Thursday, Sept. 6,  1962 at 2 p.m;, from St. Hilda's  Anglican Church, Sechelt, B.C.  Rev. Deriis F. Harris, officiating.  Interment Seaview Cemetery.  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B.C.,  directors.        ,.    ';,������ '   y   '_'  EARLES ��� Passed away suddenly Aug. 26, 1962, Charles Frederick Earles of Gibsons, B.C. Survived by his loving wife Elsie, 1  brother/Frank, Alta and 1 niece  and 1 nephew in Alta. Funeral  service was held Thursday, Aug.  30, 1962 at 1:30 p.m. from St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Gibsons, B.C., Rev. Deriis F. Har  ris officiating. Interment? Seaview  Cemetery. Harvey Funeral Home,  Gibsons, B.C..  directors.  HIGGINS ��� Passed away August  22, 1962, Hazel Higgins of Pender  Harbour, B.C. Survived by her  loving husband Charlie; 5 daugh-.  ters, Mrs. Ruth Selby, Nariaimo,  B.C., Mrs. Ruby Nichols, Mrs.  Elerior Reid,? Mrs. Marie Reid  "aha Mr_*YMaryannei?Hass, all- of  Pender Harbour, B.C.; 6 sons,  ��� Richard, Lome, Herb, William,  Wally and Harvey, all of Pender  Harbour, B?C; 1 sister and 1 brother; 1J5 grandchildren and 1  "great-graridiJhilS. Funeral service  was held Sunday, August 26, 1962  from the Harvey Euneral Home,  Gibsons, B.C. Rev. Canon Alan  Greene officiating. Cremation followed.  LOWDEN ��� Passed away Sept. 1  1962, Marian Elizabeth Lowden ot  Gibsoris, B.C. Survived by her  loving husband Jack; 2 daughters  Mrs. Phyllis* Matwiv and Mrs.  Kathleen Stocker of. Nanaimo,  B.C., 1 son, John, at home, 1" sister, Mrs. Myrtle Hicks, Gibsons,  4 grandchildren. Funeral service  Tues., Sept. 4 at 2 p.m. from the.  Gibsons United Church, Gibsons,  B.C. Rev. M. Cameron officiating.  Interment Mt. Elphinstone Cemetery. Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons, B.C., directors.  PAGE ��� Passed away August 23  1962,, Sue-Anne Page, beloved infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  L. Page, Pender Harbour, also  survived by 5 brothers and 3 sisters. Graveside Funeral service  was held Sunday, August 26, 1962  at 1:30 p.m. from the Kieindale  Cemetery, Pender Harbour. Rev.  Canon Alan Greene officiating.  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  directors.  PAUL ��� Passed away August 25,  1962, Dan Paul of the Sechelt Indian Village, Sechelt. Survived by  his wife Ellen, two sons, Reg and  Henry, one daughter, Mrs. Silvey.  13 grandchildren and 14 greatgrandchildren, one brother. Requiem mass was held Friday,  August 31, 1962 at Sechelt. Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons, directors.  SUMMERFIELD ��� Passed away  August 29, 1962, Elizabeth Summerfield of Sechelt Inlet, B.C.  Survived by her loving husband  Edward, one son, Jaek, Sechelt  Inlet, o��e daughter, Mrs. Edna  Sands, New Zealand, arid grandchildren. Graveside funeral service was held Friday, August 31  1962 at the Seaview Cemetery,  Gibsons. Harvey Funeral H-ime,  Gibsons, directors.  FLORISTS * "     ~  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 888-9345, Hopkins  Landing.  Sept. 10, L.A. Royal Canadian  Legion; 140, Meeting 8 p.m.? Legion Hall, Sechelt.  Sept. 12, Roberts Creek Community Association r e g u 1 a r  monthly meeting Wed., 8 p.m.,  Legion  Hall.     y<  Oct. 6, DeMolay Mother's Circle  Turkey Dinner, 7 p.m., i_egion  Hall, Gibsons.  The Friendly Bingo,; every Monday; 8   p.m.,  Legion Hall,   Gib-  ��� sons..'"���'  ' '-������  ENGAGEMENT  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland of  Gibsoris, B.C.,?wish to announce  the engagement of their daughter Katherine Louise (Kathy) to  Mr. Gillium Charles Yochlowitz,  son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles  Yochlowitz of Vancouver, B.C.  The wedding will take place October 6, 1962 at Gibsons United  Church, yy- ,  HELP WANTED  Close to Gibsons; ��� -8 ac;; small  bldg. and -well, full price,$2500,  on terms < Call Mrs. Benson,        y  K. BUTLER REALTY  Box 23, Gibsons, B.C.  Owned and  operated by  ���������" B. P.   (Kay) Butler v  .     ,    Phone886-2000,  30.30   cal., rifle, good  condition,  -What offers? Phone 886-2477.  . 1   - ���      v ;.  Zenith oil range, including drum,  stand and copper tubing. Good  condition. Phone 886-9370.  ANNOUNCEMENT  Light housekeeping arid care for  boy 2V_. Steady work for steady,  reliable woman. Hours 9-5. Ph.  886-9993.    .... >���'���:������  WORK" WANTED  Caretaker available, references  supplied. Apply A. R. Laird, Hop-  kins Landing, 'YY:,Yy;,  Will care for 1 or 2 children in  my home for working mother. Ph.  886-2494.  REAL ESTATE  GRANTHAMS  $500 down  5 acres ��� level ��� good soil ���  Full price only $1,500.  GIBSONS  Level treed building lot, Bay  area, close good beach. $650.  Over lf_ acres, part cleared,  two ?wells; Full price $1,600.  Neat, new 1 bedroom hoirie on  large lot? Full, price $4,200, good  term., yy'-'.'-"     --.v - ���'���--'  ROBERTS CREEK  1 bedroom home by beach with  over 1 acre. Some furniture included in full price $5,700.  NEAR  SECRET  COVE  y Over 600 feet-choice- waterfront  seclusion with ?coni_rianalrig;view.  Priced at ,$10,(R)0, excellent terms  PENDER HARBOUR  Picturesque waterfront, lots ���  completely sheltered moorage,  good swimming, salmon fishing  at your door. Full price only  $2,500. Low down payment; easy  terms. ;.-. Y^Y ?.?.?���?  Call Morton Mackay at Gibsons  office   886-9900,  Res?  886-2644   or  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GIBSONS     and    BURQUITLAM  ' Revenue property, increased  rental demands make this attract  tive buy. Good return on invested  capital. ���'."���  Large vfew Tot. All. village facilities.  $200 down.  A complete* listing of Peninsula  properties.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre v  Gibsons Ph.   886-2481  : _____ ;.        ,  <f  TO SERVE YOU  DIAL 2191  "A SIGN OF SERVICE"  5 acres with creek* $1,000.  Soames Pt.,; lot, $1,000.  Waterfront ���- 5 rms and: bsmt  suite. On bus arid water line.  $6300,   easy terms.  Kay Mackenzie, eves., 886-2180  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT Ltd.  REAL ESTATE &   INSURANCE  Gibsons  -Sechelt  PROPERTY FOR SALE   .*���.���;���  WEST SECHELT  80V waterfrontage, safe, sandy  beach with boat ramp, 5 rm. 4  yr. old mod. bung, plus attached  garage and workshop. Fully insulated. Lge patio, oil furnace,  A. H.W.? wired for range, washer, dryer^ etc. Carpeted L.R.  with mirrored fireplace, mod.  cab. kitchen. $16,850. For appt.  Ph. owner, 885-2153.  GOWER CRESCENT  Panoramic view lots from $700  to $1700. Easy terms or cash discount. Good water supply. R. W.  Vernon,* Gibsbris. Phone 886-9813.  Mountain view lot, V6 acre, ready  to build on. $700. A. Simpkins,  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2132.   y  Waterfront lot in West Sechelt.  128 ft. frontage, water available.  Ideal building lot. Apply J. E.  Parker, Sechelt, B.C.  FOR RENT       ~~        ;      ~~~~  At Gibsons, 5 room, unfurnished house on waterfront. Apply N.  MacLeod, ppp. new post office,  Gibsons. :'  Two storey building, 20 x 24,  Sechelt Highway, Access by  road to each and parking facilities: Phone Gibsons 886-2450  WANTED TO RENT  2 or 3 bedroom modern home,  before Oct. 10. Reasonable? Ph.  886-9527.  For winter months, Wilson Creek  to Selma Park vicinity, small waterfront cottage, preferably with  fireplace. Write Box 350, Agassiz,  B.C.  FUELS       '���     '. ~        ~~~"  COAL & WOOD  Alder $10. delivered  y?ilapley$12    v  Fir' $12 delivered  Bone dry. bid growth fir, $14  Clean hand picked fir  millwood, $10  Drumheller hard coal  $32 ton, $17 & tori, ,$2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per box  PHONE 886-9902  R. N.?HASTINGS, North Rd.  YGibsons  AUTOS FOR SALE  XXXXXXXw  ���    XX<     -       :���. -X  ���������  XXX ������������*- X   :  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  ,XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XX /-VXXXXXXX/-V xxx  ���xx{j xxxxxx \J XX  WHO ELSE WANTS  A NEW CAR!  '-'��� .-*>. *;..":'";'-'��� ������* '-'Y.?'*! ���-- '   y y ���"''  BUY IT. HOW WITH A  LOW.COST UnoNSUREO  XXX   XXX   XXXX xxxx X   xxxx  XXX      XX       XXX  XXX    X XXX       X   XXXX  X   X  *    -X      X      XX   X      X  XXX   XXX   XXXX      X      X   X      X  XXXX X    XXXX X   X  X  X X  * X  X XX  X '.  xxxx X    XXXX XXX  X     -    XXXX X     XX        5  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  1954 Nash, Pullmanized, radio,  weather-eye heater", $295. 1950  Prefect, * $100; 1961 Econoline  $1995.   M. Rigby, phone 886-938G  BOATS FOR" SALE  For rent,  fully furnished 3 br.  home, Williaihsons Landing,, $65.  Two 2 br. homes; some terms,!X  $4500 and $4000,  one block from  beach.  All  cash   buyer,  for home in  $6009  bracket.  Listings wanted.  / __���  EWART McMYNN  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Marine ' Drive,   Gibsons  Phones:   886-2166.   Res.   886-2500  17 ft. 2 in. fibreglas day cruiser,  complete with Mark 78 electric  Mercury and tanks. Gibsons Loggers' and Sportsmen's Supplies.  40 hp. Scott plank outboard boat,  16 ft. complete, ready to go, $525;  40 hp. Simplex marine inboard,  like new, will demonstrate, $365:  15 ft. heavy work skiff, good  shape, $120; Homelite chain saw,  Model 19, $70; 3 hp. Elgin outboard, like new, $80. Phone Gibsons. 886-9897.  RADIO, TV, HI-FI  ���j-vTrr  Expert antenna repairs  a��d installations. Phone 886-2318.  FOUNB " '  G ft. puat dinghy. H. A. Whiteside  Lot 4, Indian Reserve,  Gibsons.  Purebred! Gei-nian shepherd puo  about 3 mo. short hair, fawn gray  with black streaks, black nose  arid tail tip.' Pichted up on Pratt  Road. W. Ashford; R.R. 1, Gower Point Road.  r. Power Saw, I.E.L. 600 model, Al  condition, chain half-used, 32 in.  blade, $100. Ph. 885-9784.  SALE DAYS ��� Bayview Thrift  & Novelty Shop, across from Legion, Selma Park,. Phone 885-9757  Lots of. good used clothing, some  new. Baby clothes, sweaters 10c,  dresses,, winter coats, iron, toaster, hot plate etc. Older chesterfield, oil heater. Everything used  at rummage sale prices. Pocket  books and comics, trade 2 for 1.  Novelty and gift articles. Thurs.,  Fri. and Sat. are Penny Saving  Days: Any article you have no  further use for will be accepted  and appreciated.  White enamel oil heater with hot  water coil, $75; Hohner 120 bass  accordion, like new,  $150;  55 lb.  hunting bow,  $30. May be seen*  at Forestry Station, Madeira Pk.<  '57 Cushman motor scooter, good  condition, $80. Phone 885-9344.  BARGAINS ��� Choice dahlia tubers, $4 doz. asst. Order now,  delivery next spring. Pink plants  free now. C. P. Ballentine. Ph.  S86-2559?  B. S. A. Motorcycle, 650 Road  Rocket. Ph. 884-5268 after 5 p.m.  SPECIALS ��� 2 cartop boats; 1  12 ft. boat! 1 12 gauge shotgun;  1 30.30 rifle and case; 1 canning  machine. All as new.  Earl's in Gibsons. 886-9600.  Trailer, 12 ft., gas stove with  oven, electric hookup, toilet and  full eqifpment. $550. Ph. 886-2566  China cabinet, all glass oval  front; large chesterfield, washable. Ph. 885-2041.  Pennsylvania power mower, $25,  ne,w Beatty electric water pump  , $$B.?Ph. 886-2500: |  y____L___f .-****-.��.���/,       i���is^u (*.;._  -.;_> s   ;   _ _ .     ..   % .    ���: ��� -t*"  ATTENTION BUILDERS  .    .   AND HOMEOWNERS  Mail your enquiries for our new  low prices on PLYWOOD, DOORS  and LUMBER'.  '  ESMOND LUMBER CO. LTD.  3600 E. Hastings St.,  Varicouver 6, B.C.  "���   "       ' ��� ��� V' ���  Oysters are eaten the year round  ��� for health arid plain* goodness:  Eat them often. Oyster Bay Oyster Co., R. Bremer, Pender Harbour. Member B.C. Oyster Grow,  ers' Assn.  Standard size concrete Building  Blocks, 8x8x16 now available  Flagstones, pier blocks, drain  tile, available from Peninsula  Cement Products, Orange Rd-,  Roberts Creek.  Used : electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,   Sechelt.  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 $"  3 Frigidaire fridges '     $79  2 Astral fridges $37.50 and $42.50  All   fridges   guaranteed  Reconditioned used  toilet  complete W.~-  Special���  Elko glass lined electric tanks  No.   30 $68  Usual guarantee  Small automatic electric range  like new $"  2 reconditioned Kemac oil  burners, only "   $.T  Simple to install  yourself.  Free Delivery on Peninsula  Store open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.  We close on Monday until 6 p.m  Complete stock of plumbing supplies,  cheaper than   department  store.  WANTED  L>ed furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY  Pekinese pups, Ph, 886-9890.  Carpenter to do finishing and  form work. Specialize in kitchen  cabinets. For estiinate write Box  648, Coast News.  Highway logging truck for hire.  Leave message at 836-2622.  WATKINS PRODUCTS  W. H. Kent, Gibsoris, 886-9976  HARDWOOD FLOORS LAID  SANDING ��� FINISHING  TILE FLOORS  JOHN WALTO��N     .  Roberts  Creek   P.O.      '  Phone 886-9642  Watch Repairs  & JEWELRY?  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  Ph.  886-2116,  GIBSONS  tech Services  ANGLICAN  Si. Bartholomew's Gibsons  11:15 a.rii., Sunday School  11:15 a.m., Matins  St. Aidaits,  Roberts Creek  9:45 aon., Holy Communion  11 a.m. Sunday School  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  11 a.m. Sunday School  7:30 pjn., Evensong  St. Mary's,  Pender Harboui  11 aan. Holy Communion  The Little.,,Church, Redroofs  3:00 p.m., Evenson-7  UNITED  Gibsons  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m. Divine Service  Roberts Creek, 2 pjn.  Wilson Creek  3:30 p.m.  Afternoon  Service  Tree falling, topping or removing lower liinbs for view. Insured, -work' from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour. Phone  886-9946, Marven Volen.  ATTENTION ��� You need a aress  maker?  Phone 886-9880:  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  HYDROPURE water sterilizer,  water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and stump blasting. R.R. 1, Sechelt.  Phone 885-9510.  For guaranteed watch and  jewelry repairs? see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises?' ,tfci  STANLEY PARTIES, Pende r  Harbour to Port Mellon. Contact  Phyllis Emersori; R.R. 1, Sechelt. Phone 885-9510.  Genuine sacrifice sale. One double bed, wooden bed and 1st class  mattress; 1 single bed with similar type mattress, both in spotless condition; large chesterfield  and chair, newly upholstered,  choice pieces for large living  room; washing machine, vacuum  cleaner; both well worn but in ,  good condition, good for trade in  on new articles; quantity of linen  bed and table; china and kitchen  wares. All to be seen at the home  of Rev. H. J. Bevan, Davis Bay.  1959 35 hp. Super quiet Johnson  outboard, manual start; complete  with controls. Phone 886-2541.  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior  Paper Hanging:  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road.  PETER CmOSTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All. kinds of brick' and stonework���Alterations and repairs  yPhone -886-7734   ;  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone  Sechelt 885-9678 or write Box  584, Coast News.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  '.';;"* Lucky . Number.;..'._  Sept. 1 ��� 46638, purple  DAVID NTSTROM  Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperiiangingr * Phone Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church-Service 9:15 am.  1st, 2nd, <4th-;and 5th Sundays  Anglican Service, 7:30 pjn.  1st Sunday?of each month -  Anglican Cc*_SLmunidn 9:30 a.m.  .:    3rd Sunday.of each month  a- ���' '    ST. VINCENT'S .  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  y  Mtost 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  Calvary Baptist, Gibsons  9:45 am., Sunday School  7:30 Evening  Service  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs.  CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS  Church Services  and Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek  United Church  Radio program: The Bible  Speaks to You, over CJOR, 600,  7:05 p.m. every Sunday.  Sept. 9: How Young People Can  Find Identity.  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 am., Morning Worship  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service.  Tuesday, 7 p.m., Bible Class  Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Rally  UNITED SUNDAY SCHOOL  Gibsons United Church Sunday  School   will   reconvene   Sunday,  ?SepteriabeF'16 arid not on Sept. 9  as previously understood. J  I  TIMBER CRUISING  K.   M.   Bell,   1975  PendreU   St,  Vancouver 5, Ph. 685-6863. I  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY & DRY   CLEANING I  FUR  STORAGE I  Phone Sechelt 885-9627 ���  or   in  Roberts   Creek.   Gibsons |  arid Port Mellon Zenith 7020  Canada is usually forturiate in .  being   supplied   by nature with 1  the kinds of trees best suited to - V  meet the   needs   of   civilization. .*���  A. Simpkins  BRICKLAYER  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2132  PEAT  MOSS  $4 yd.  delivered  CLOSED WEDNESDAYS  Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 12,  we will be closed all day Wednesday  until further notice.  Marine Men's Wear Ltd.  GIBSONS  Wish to purchase general insurance agency for cash. Reply to  Box 649. Coast News.  Leagoe Bowling  Commences Week of Sept. 10  Limited Openings  Junior Leagues to commence Sat., Sept.  15  12:30 p.m.  High School League ��� Fridays 7 to 9 p.m.  New Ladies League for Mondays���1 to 3 p.m.  ;' starting September 10  SINGLE OR TEAM ENTRIES WELCOMED  E&M Bowladrome  Phone Gibsons 888-20S6 6       Coast News,  Sept? 6, 1962.  ADDITTON-TO PARK  Orie hundred and eighty acres  of foreshore reserve has been'added to Sidney Spit'Marine Park,  Hon. E. C-Westwood, recreation  arid conservation- minister, announces." This addition brings the  total* land arid foreshore area o"  the park up to?717 acj*es, and will  permit:. extensive'.- expansion of  mooring facilities to meet future  demands.  A   NEW  CHARACTER  E. J. Palmer, president of tlie.  Canadian Forestry Association  of B.C!, announces, ar. new Good  Forest Manners cariipaign; to  remind the travelling and vacationing -public of its responsibili-  t es YThe association has adopted,  a :'new' poster character, F reddy .  F_ irplay, who will spearhead  this program.? The character of  Fieddy Fairplay was~ created for  the association by Phil Dill.  -���y.  SECHELT THEATRE  Fri., Sat., Mon. September 7, 8 & IO  GLENN FORD MARIA SCHELL  CIMARRON  (Technicolor)  Starts at 8 p.m., Out at 10:35 p.m.  WHEEL OF FORTUNE ��� MONDAY NIGHTiS  CORPORATION OF VILLAGE MUNICIPALITY  OF  GIBSONS LANDING  NOTICE  The regular Council Meeting which would normally  be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, September 11, 1962, has been  put forward and will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, September  10, 1962.  ?JULES A. MAINIL, Clerk.  MIK'S  STATION  Sechelt Highway  Ph. 886-9662  REPAIRS  To all makes of  CARS and OUTBOARD MOTORS  Experts on the VOLKSWAGEN  STEAM CLEANING  Mobile Welding - Electric &?Acetylene  Sechelt School District No.' 46  ? The School Board of District 46, has prepared a chart  showing people of the area who are interested in a Night  School, program, the subjects which have been requested, the  number of applicants from each area and subjects for which  instruetors are available.  Although some, applications are conditional upon time  and location arid further applications will be received, at this  time, no class has sufficient number of students to warrant  your School Board embarking on any program for this year.  In the non-academic classes, a minimum of 12 students  is required arid, for the Interrupted Adult Education or Academic courses a minimum of 6 students is necessary.  Applications will continue to be received until September 15, 1962* on September, 19, a statement will be printed in  the Coast News, advising those iriterested of the final decision  of your School Board, regarding this matter.      , .  Port  Pender  -:    .  Mellon  Gibsons  Sechelt Harbour TOTALS  Art   "��������� -"���   ���    -  ".       ' Y-2   ' ���  . ��� ., 5  1  8  Ceramics                           2  2  4  Spanish                              2  2  Ballroom  Dancing          1  2  2  5  Modern Math  9  1  10  .Car Driving  ������������������������  1  ,..-   1  Shorthand                ''%������   1  2  i  4  Typing                               1  7  2  10  Women's Keep Fit y  2  2  Book-Keeping               Vj?l  1  2  Dressmaking                     '" -.   '  1  1  2  First Aid   '  1  1  Hairdressing  1     .  1  Metal Working                1  1  Academic Courses  4  4  8  The eight people who have. asked for instruction in the  Interrupted Adult Education or Academic courses are interested in such a variety of subjects that consolidation seems impossible. The subjects range includes Math 10, English 10,  Math 91, English 40, History 102, Geography 102, Geography  91 and Home Economics 91.  The following is a list of subjects for which instructors  are available:  L  Ladies Keep Fit  Woodwork  Survival, Mountain & Forest  Gardening & Landscaping  Electricity and Electronics  Art  Cako Decorating  Car Driving  English, Drama, Pottery  Spanish  Modern Math  Mrs. W. Laird  Mr. Dan Carr  Mr. Dan Carr  Mrs. M: Payne  Mr. Payne  Mrs. K, Wells  Mr. Fred Mutter  Mr. Ray Fleming  Mrs. F. Fleming  Jfrs. E.  Propp  Mr. W. G. Peers  NEEDLEWORK, y  Luncheon   plotSi:   Mrs.. C;   C.  ���Grant, Mrs.. Hicks.?'       -     ?*������'���-.-���  .?   Tea  Cloth,   36":   Mrs:' Blake,  ���.Mrs?  Hicks.   "     ���  . Tea Cloth, Cross. St.:  Despina  Sachinidis. Y ?'.'".'?. Y   -  Biuffet Set,  3 pes.:  Mrs. Paul  Skytte...... ..?".A Y.  Embr.  Runner:  Despina Sachinidis, Miss E. Goodwin.?  Pillow Cases,  embr.:   Mrs..E.  Warden, Mrs? C. A. Berry.    X ���  Pillow  Cases,  Cross  St.:  Mrs.  N. Haley.?  Cro. Tablecloth: Mr. N. Haley.  Hand Knit art.: Mrs? E. Blaick.  Apron, fancy: Mrs. E. Warden,  Mrs. LeFeuvre.  Apron, plain: Mrs. E. Warden,  *  Mrs. Dick. ?" yYP  Lady's Slip, Mrs. Tyner.'  Lady's  Housedress, Mrs. Van-  derhorn, Mrs. Tyner.  Child's Dress, Mrs. F. Stewart.  Mrs. P. Stroshein.  Child's   Dress. smo.:   Mrs.   F.  a Stewart! *  Sewn   Article:     Mrs.   Varider-  horn, Mrs. Warden.  Man's   Socks,   plain:   Mrs.   J.  Mathews.  Man's Socks, ribbed:   Mrs. K.  Fisher, Mrs. J. Mathews.  Man's  Socks,   fancy:' Mrs.  J.  Mathews. .���'?������  Child's Socks: Mrs. J. Mathews  Lady's   Ankle   Socks:   Mrs.  j.  Mathews. ?  Baby's 3 pee set, knit: Mrs. J.  Mathews. ���      \i  Lady's Wool Cardigan: Mrs. J.  Mathews. ���  Lady's Pullover: Mrs. Tyner.  Child's Pullover: Mrs. J.  Mai-  hews. Y?  Article,   flour   sack,   wearing:  Mrs. P. Skytte. ,  Any article not class. Miss E.  Goodwin. ���'"'*."  Group Entry:   St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary. , -������,      Y  Senior   Citizen,   Mrs.   M.    LeFeuvre.  ? JUNIOR NEEDLEWORK     *  Dress,   Diane   Feidler,   Lynda  Chamberlin.  ; Apron, Lynda Chamberlin.  Embroidery, Pat  Thomas.     ���  DOMESTIC   SCIENCE  Canned Meat: Mrs. Doris Moss.  Canned    Poultry:    Mrs.   Doris  Moss, Mrs. Paul Stroshein. ; .  Canned .Fish:  Mrs.  M. Strom.  Canned    Apricots:     Mrs. , P..  Skytte,' Mrs. i D. Moss??   -_ -' -���  Canned Blackberries, domestic-  Mrs. D. Moss,' Mrs.  Paul Stro-  ;shein.K-  Canned   Blackberries, -wild:  Mrs. B: Moss, Mrs. P. Skytte.  Canned Boyseriberries: Mrs. D.  ���Moss.   "'��� ���'.":'���������"���:y.y-.  Canned    Cherries: <��� Mrs.     P.  Skytte, Mrs; K. Fisher. \.  Canned  Blueberries:    Mrs.   P.  Skytte, Mrs. D? Moss.  Canned Loganberries:  Mrs. P.  Skytte?    Y Y  Canned Peaches: Mrs. D. Moss  Mrs. P. Skytte.  Canned Pears: Mrs. P. Skytte,  Mrs. D. Moss.  Canned Plums or Prunes: Mrs.  D. Moss.  Canned Rhubarb: Mrs. D. Moss  Mrs. P Skytte  Canned   Raspberies:   Mrs.   P.  Stroshein, Mrs. R. Fitchett.  BUILDERS  of high speed planing hulls ���  fish or work boats and pleasure craft up to 45 ft.  Repairs to fibreglass  or  wooden boats  Fibreglass paint & materials  & marine equipment  FAERMILE  BOAT WORKS LTD.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 886-7738  FACE SAVER! HIDES  SKIN BLEMISHES  NOTHING ELSE WILL  Look Years Younger  Without Lines, Spots, Flaws  >To hide complexion defects so completely even your husband can't tell,  get HIDE-IT in your shade, at any  cosmetic counter. Skin stays lovely  even in swimming.'Actuallyconceals  blue veins onlegs, too.  Hide it  VA oz. jar $1.98  Lang's Drug Stores  -��� Gibsons 8c Sechelt  Canned Strawberries: Mrs. P.  Stroshein,- Mrs: Dy Moss?   . y:",?"-.  Canned String'Beans? green,  whole: Mrs. M.  Clarke, Mrs. D.  MOSS.    ���'������*.,  Y_* -���'A'A'..<:���':'��� :1:1a   y--\  Canned String Beans; green,  cut: Mrs. R. Fitchett? Mrs. D.  Moss. ��� 'yv.;:y-''  Canned String Beans, *#ax,J  whole, Mrs. M. Clarke, Mrs. D.  Moss.;  Canned String Beans, wax, cut:  Mrs. D. Moss.. Y  Canned Peas: Mrs. D.^Moss.  Canned Corn: Mrs. D. Moss.  Canned  Beets:   Mrs.  H. Chaster, Mrs. D. Moss.  Canned Carrots: Mrs. D. Moss,  Mrs. Fitchett.  Canned Tomatoes: Mrs. P.  Stroshein.  Canned Peas and Carrots: Mrs.  D. Moss.  Canned Mixed Vegs.: Mrs. D.  Moss.-    ' ':'.?.���.??'���  Pickles, Bread ._ and Butter:  Mrs. D. Moss.  Pickles, Beets: Mrs. H.: Chaster, Mrs. D. Moss?  Pickled Onions: Mrs. D. Moss,  Mrs. J. Wyngaert.  Royal Canadian Legion 169  9 p.m.  SATURDAY, S]EPT. 8  CANADIAN  LEGION   HALL?^ Gibsons  ALL ARE WELCOME   .  mmtgrn^mmt^m*  hew  MICKEY COE  Member  Professional Salesmen's  Club '  Falcon  Fairlane  Galaxie  Trucks  Thunderbird  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bus. Telephone Res.  AM 6-7111    BR 7-64��7  See t}fexmfo  0.   .. '.-.' '''.���:���'    I-'-'     - '��� '       ' '���     '���������������  H. Bishop La dies' Wear  ^Millinery  SECHEI/T  Ladies Wear is our ONLY Business  scows    ���    LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  y& Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  FOR GLASS  of all kinds  Ph. 886-9871 or 886-9837  Peninsula Glass  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC   '"'���"at;?-  . Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  Richter's Radio - TV  Fine Home  Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record Bar  Phone 885-9777  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  - - ������-���:���='We, use: :--; ���^���-���^'f  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  , to, clean your watch  arid jewelry  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  THR1FTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service".  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886 9543  COLES IRON WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  RAILINGS &  POSTS  Fire screens  & accessories  Custoiri Furniture,  Patios  Fibreglass awnings  Open evenings and weekends  Phone 886-9842  STOCKWELL & SONS  LTD.  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe   and   front  end   loader  work.   Screened   cement gravel, fill and road gravel.  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHELT  Phorie 885-2062  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also Oil Installation  Free estimates  Furniture  Phone  885-9713  NORM BURTON  Your Odd Job Man  Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid, etc.  Res., Pratt  Rd.,   Gibsons  ���    Phone 886-2048  FLOOR TILE   .  PLASTIC  WALL  TILE  Quality paint by Bapco  Plywood cuttings in Stock  SECHELT BLDG. SUPPLIES  .   Phone 885-9600  TINGLEY'S HI-HEAT  SALES AND SERVICE  ALL  TYPES  HEATING   .  AND SERVICING  1 PHONE 885-9636    '  WILSON CREEKY &C.  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading,  Excavating  Bulldozing; Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps  Air Compressor,  Rock Drill  Concrete Vibrator  Phone 996-2040  Home arid industrial Wiring .  Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances,   TV Service  Hoover Vacuum  Cleaners  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  Marshall's Plumbing  Heating & Supplies  Ph.  886-9533, 886-9690 or 886-2442  Hill's Machine Shop  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-7721 Res. 886-9956  BILL SHERIDAN  TV -APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES  AND SERVICE  Phone 885-9534  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING y-  PLUMBING  . Complete installation  Quick efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  COMMERCIAL   &  DOMESTIC  REFRIGERATION  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  John Hind-Sniith  Phone 886-9949  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS  P.O.  Box 37,   Gibsoris  1334 West Pender St?,  Vancouver, 5 Ph. MU 4-3611  .WATER   SURVEY   SERVICES  L. C. EMERSON  R.R. 1, Sechelt   885-9510   Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  NEWMAN PLUMBING  & HEATING  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  Phone 886-9678  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY' & OIL  STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422  See us for all your knitting requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND  SERVICE  A. J. DUFF ZRAL  Phone 885-4468  J. H. G. Jim DRUMMOND  INSURANCE AGENCY  For complete coverage  General and Life  Phone 886-7751  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  AGENT    Y  FIRE, AUTO & GENERAL  INSURANCE  Phone 886-2191  H. B. Gordon & Kennett  Limited  Gibsons     . Box 19  "A Sign of Service"  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood  Specialist  Kitchen' Cabinets   ���  Office and  Store Fixtures  Custom Home Furnishings  Repairs  and  Refinishing  Quality Material & Workmanship  Guaranteed  R.   B1RKIN  . Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  OPTOMETRIST  ROY SCOTT  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166 Church   Chuckles   by CARTWRldkT  a  Good news, Rafferfy!   Tho Board may okay  ��� extension in next year's budget!"  Your health  Like abundant health, you sel-  dom   appreciate   natural   sleep'  until it is difficult or impossible  to attain.?'  ypuringi sleep, there is a partial loss ?of awareness in surroundings, ;due to decreased conscious brain activity? While  sleeping, the nervous systeriY lessens blood pressure;. pulse rate,  temperature, "arid responsiveness  of voluntary muscles. There is a  decrease in the amount of blood  reaching the brain.  Hours of sleep are busy times  GIBSONS  fMOPMCTlC  CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  Closed Aug. 15 to 20  for Research Society meeting  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  88G-_��843  'MEETINGS  y ������ y yof-    -V >���  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  Congregation Bible Study  Gibsons, Se^heli,' West Sechelt.  and Madeira Park, Tues, 8 p.m.  -    Ministry School  Kingdom Hall,   Fri.  7:30 p.m.  Service Meeiinc  Kingdom Hall, Fri.  8:30 p.m.  Public Talk  Kingdom Hall, Sun. 7 p.m.  Watchtower Study  Kingdom Hall, Sun. 8 p.m.  The Kingdom Hall is at  Selma Parlj  No Collections  for the body, when such involuntary functions as digestion,  growth, tissue repair and rebuilding are in full swing. Varying amounts of sleep are required, according to the body's  needs because of age, state of  health, activity .and. physical and  ���mental fatigue. At the same  time, the subconscious mind is  solving many problems ��� hence  the expression ��� let me sleep  on it.  Thomas Edison was able to  work long hours for many years  without a full night's sleep by  taking frequent naps duririg  which time many of his technical  problems were solved.lt-was  Edison who said, "The doctor of  the future will give no medicine  but will interest his patients in  the care of. the, human frame  . .7. ���-.- and in the cause .and prevention of disease?!'  ."    f.:  r; '.  Considering the vast quantities  of sleeping potions consumed annually, -insomnia is a major  health problem today.  Spinal displacements irritate  the nervous system and' can  cause insomnia as. well as many,  of the other conditions success--  fully treated. by the Doctor of  Chiropractic.  TAGS RETURNED  Field,, operations? by four vessels chartered; by "the Fisheries  Research board for'tagging sal-  riion on the' high seas' have, been  concluded.-Between early April  and late July, these vessels, using Japanese long-line gear,  caught 19,500 salmon, of which  17,500 were" tagged and released.y  All species of Pacific salmon/  plus steelheads, are represented..  To date, more than300 tags  have been returned tp the Biological Station, Nanaimo, from localities extending from- the Columbia River to Western Alaska.  ,*��'*yv* v^swy^x���'^ivwvw y wftsyyv.ygv ww'^sy-y wv��'��'.yv*y V  --   -r,        ,.. \^>v, - >">-?-yy -'  :vY..yy^Y^?^^-^Kty  PSP  g;?*JX3  mi  m  Wi  m  BOOSTS BENEFITS WITH  BIGGERCASH BONUS  Another sound reason  to save af Scotiabank  Scotiabank now pays you an increased cash  bonus on all Personal Security Program  contracts. PSP is Scotiabaok's exclusive  life-insured savings plan. You set your own  goal... save in 50 convenient instalments.  Should the insurance become payable your  estate will receive all the deposits-you have  made, plus the full amount of your savings  goal, plus this increased cash bonus. Ask  for details and yourfree copy of the. PSP  folder at your local Scotiabank branch.  CUT FLOWERS  Asters: C. P. Ballentine, A.. J.'  Charman.  Annuals: Miss E. C. Harrold,  Mrs. Paul Skytte.  Clarkia: Mrs. P. Skytte.  Dahlia, decor.: Mrs. G. Corlett,  Mrs. A. M. Grant, Mr. J: Barry.  Dahlia, cactus: Mrs. G. Corlett,  Mr. J. Barry, A. M. Grant.  Dahlia, pompom: Mrs. V- E.  Tyner.'  Dahlia, dwarf: Miss E. C. Harrold, Mrs. A. MY Grant.  Dahlia, dwarf pompom: Mrs.  V. E. Tyner.  Carnations, disb.: Mrs. P.  Skytte; Mr. A. J.  Charman.  Qladioli, mixed, Mrs. P. Skytte,  Mr. C. P. Ballentine, Mrs. G.  Corlett.  Gladioli, single,; Mrs. G. Cor-  letti" ; '.'..    '   :  Marigolds: Miss E. C. Harrold,  Mrs. Mary  Strom.  Nasturtiums: Mrs. P. : Skytte,  Mrs. H. R. Hylton. ,    '  Perennials: Miss E. C. Harrold, Mrs. Paul Skytte.  Snapdragons: Mr. C. P. Ballentine, Mrs. Paul Skytte.  Best Single Rose, Mrs. Paul  Skytte.  Zinnias: Mrs. Paul Skytte, Mr?  C. P. Ballentine.  ���?.. Arrangement Cut Flowers:  Miss E? C. Harrold, Mrs. Paul  Skytte, Mrs. M? Strom.  Arrangement   of   Roses:   Mrs.  ?Paul Skytte, ;  ������Arrangement of Pansies: Miss  ���E. C. Harrold, Mrs. M. Strom.  Arsahgement of Heather: Miss  E. C. Harrold, Mrs. Paul Skytte  Pot Plant, African Vidlet: Mrs.  ; R. FA:hett, Mrs. G. A. Cooper.  Pot Plant, Beg. f.: Mrs. A. Pilling, Mrs. R. Fitchett.  Pot Plant, Geranium: Mr. John  ���Barry.       ���' a-  Pot Plant,'Flowering, ��Mrs.yp.  Trethewey.  .Pot Plant, Foliage: Mr. C. P.  Balentine, Mrs. G. A. Cooper.  .Miniature    Flower y Arrange.: *  Mrs. Mary Strom.;?  Table Decoration: ?Mrs. H.  R.  Hylton, Miss E. C. Harrold.  Presentation Basket: -?Mrs.   H.  R. Hylton, Mrs. P. Skytte.  Basket   of    Glads.: 1 Mrs.   M.  Strom, Mrs. Paul Sky-tye.  Corsage: Mrs. H. R. Hylton.  Cacti   Collection:   Mr^.   Marie  Clarke.      ������;-������',"��������� ���.;���,-,.���'..:��� ::���.������������:-'". ..-  Best  Gladioli:  Mrs.; P. Skytte.  Best   Exhibit  in  Snow:   Snapdragon, Mr. C. P. Ballentine.  FLOWERS, JUNIOR  Asters, Marigolds, Cosmos:  Juanita Chamberlin.  Zinnias: Juanita Chamberlin,  Brenda  Weinhandl.  Wild Flowers: Juanita Chamberlin, Lynda Chamberlin and  Susan, Kennett, tie, Brenda Wein.  handl.  Coast News, Sept? 6, 1962.  Nasturtiums: Juanita Chamberlin Deborah Docker, Brenda  Weinhandl.  Miniature Forest: Juanita  Chamberlin, Jimmy Moss, Sharon Moss.  Garden Flowers: Brenda Weinhandl.  Sechelt Sports Club  Invites xNew' Members  Friday Evenings 7 to 9  Beginning September 7th  Contact,.  Dick Gray 885-2245 ��� Elsie Johnson 885-9383  Billie Steele 885-2023  Experienced  Available  If you plan to sell out  your home or business  Phone 886-2564  Special!!  Super-Coat  Ceiling Tile  16 x 16  12V_c per sq. ft. or $8 per case  ies Ltd.  Phone 886-7765  90 Imperial scientists and technicians pose for their pictures in the  ; ultramodern wing of Imperial's research laboratories at Sarnia.  Not shown: another 115 members of*the Sarnia research staff,  and another 130 who work in Imperial laboratories at Calgary.  *\ ��� . '������  00% of all oil company product research in Canada  is done by Imperial  At Sarnia, Ontario, and Calgary, Alberta,  Imperial operates,the largest petroleum research laboratories in Canada. At Sarnia,  the company's scientists an^l technicians  .are working to improve present products and  to cfevelep new ones. Their research covers  many fields, from gasolines to heusehold  detergents. At Calgary, Imperial research  personnefare exploring mean^ to find and  producemoreCanadfancrudpoilandViatural  gas. Imperial does more research than all  other oil companies ih Canada combined.  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST  ��sso MICKEY COE  Member  Professional Salesmen's  Club  Falcon  Fairlane  Galaxie  Trucks  Thunderbird  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bus. Telephone     *    Res.  AM 6-7111    BR 7-6497  8       Coast News, Sept.  6, 1962.  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-9525  TUES. to SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring,  BALLET CLASSES  ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING SYLLABUS  ��� ^  Miss Anne Gordon  Charter member Canadian Teachers Dancing Assn.,  B.C.  Classes start Thurs., Sep��?6, in Gibsons Legion Hall  . .,.,.  . . ...   .   .^:   ..  ,  ... ..  For further information phone Mrs. Docker 886-3631 or  Mrs. Davis 886-2009  '% ' '���    ��� ��� ���    ���  SCHOOL DENTIST  Dental treatment is available to pre-school children and students in Grades I, II and III within the Roberts Creek, Gibsons and Hopkins area. If you wish to participate in the program kindly contact the School Board Office for application  forms without delay.  The Board of School Trustees,  School District No. 46, Sechelt.  MUSIC STUDIO  PIANO, SINGING AND THEORETICAL SUBJECTS  Students prepared for exams (if desired) >  Irene Sykes  L.R.S.M? (Teachers' Diploma)  Gilbert Sykes  singing and voice production    ���  North Fletcher Road  GIBSONS  Phone 886-2312 or 886-9654.  ^rf^^*^^^^#^^^^^N��^^%*^^^��i��^^^��^^*����%����******��W*^����<N^*N*��^^^*N��^^%#^O^**%*^��*��**^����*^*��^**^0^%��*^  ELECTRIC  \&u&urlvu*6 G.E. DtaZth,  ^U\S)1   APP��/AA/C��S  ^^ PU��+, 886-9325 (  BOX 6 - GIBSON'S, B. C.  21 tubes TV Chassis  EMMERSON  TV & RADIO  Division of  FLEETWOOD  CORP.,   Mont.  No style changes  in British Cars  To make way for new stock  special diwwiiil on '62 Consul 315  DODGE SUBURBAN STATION      $  07c  WAGON - One owner           O # _��  1958 FCitD FAIRLANE TUDOR *1?95  *1250  A 1 shape   1956 LAND ROVER, A 1  I.  1949 PONTIAC SED. DELIVERY $  ?75  Make good camper        ���** * ^  PIONEER SAW SALES & SERVICE  CHOKER WIRE EXCHANGE SERVICE  STANDARD MOTORS  SECHELT ���Phone  885-4464  GIBSOIS  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFiS  DUROID ROOFS     y  Reroofing & Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  ^      ���<"*���      tit  BODY REPAIRS  and  PAINTING  Peninsula Motors  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  Ph; 885-2111  PACIFIC WINGS LTD.  AIR CHARTER SERVICE Y  ��� -..t  SECHELT      VANCOUVER?*?;  8854412  AIRPORT  ANYTIME     CR 8~5*M1^  an x iiivij_ EVES_  RE 3 336(J  2 passenger     2 or 6. pass. -?;s  planes planes  te  FOR WEEK-END NEEDS, |  BE  WELL SUPPLIED, J  SELECTIONS  HERE  ARE VERY  WIDE /  STEWING  end  supplies  -*ss>���  0  <s&  GR. ft  North Star  59c lb.  <&  ^��  &k  fS^V  Fi  North Star  ��A     |1  Werners  03110.  MfilleisSSclb.  ALBERTA BUTTER  Limit  1 lb. to  customer  MONEY for       1  MORTGAGES  $2,500 and up     j  Toial cost inc)usive of insurr?  ance and appraisal % of 1%?  per month.  ROBERTS CREEK  CREDIT UNION Y  Sechelt, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-9551?  NALLEYS  Relish  TWINKLE  Cake Mixes  Mitchels���48 oz.  Apple Juice  BLUE RIBBON  TEA BAGS  120's ��� Orange Pekoe  2t69c  Watch for our Giant 49c Sate next week  ENS  :�� PEUVERY ON ORPta.5  DALES  Gifl^orti-Every pay Excepr weo  (Sower Point-THiiO^DAY  PORT  MELLjON-FRIDAY  Roberts creek-Saturday  * &HAU PAY LOW SHELF PRICES  I gi&Wn*;, &c. ft��. 88����>'2&^>3  tekeyPies  \ for ^1^  �����������������������_���  CHEVROLET'S UNMATCHED  VERSATILITY AND COST-CUTTING  ECONOMY MEAN MORE PROFIT IN  ANY KIND OF OPERATION. THAT'S  WHY TO-DAY THERE ARE MORE  CHEVROLET TRUCKS THAN ANY  OTHER OPERATING IN CANADA!  Chevrolet Trucks earn their keep in jobs of every description���from  hectic city deliveries to rough, off-the-road hauling; Chevrolet takes  it all in its' stride. With a choice of eight proven power plants (two  , Sixes, four V8's, and two Diesels) . .. automatic and 3-, 4--, and  5-speed Synchro-^Mesh" transmissions ... single and 2-speed rear  axles plus 4-wheel drive ... Chevrolet -gives you the versatility you.  need for the loads you haul, And as for Chevrolet's economy and  durability . . . they've been proven ;time and again in some of the  ,. largest fleet operations in the country! For the full story on Chevrolet  Trucks, talk to your local Chevrolet dealer* It's a story you should  hear before you invest one penny in another truck!  A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE  CHEVROLET trucks    "''������''*'���'���,*��� . CT-2162C  Be sure to see Bonanza on the CBC-TV network each Sunday. Check your local listing for channel and time.  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  WILSON   CREEK Phone 885-2111

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