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Array Provincial 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,  B.C.      Volume   16,. Timber 39 October 11, 1962  7c per copy   A COMPLETE LINE* .  -OF MEN'S CLOTHING f:  Marine Men's  Wear  Y   ...'.; Ltd.  Ph: 886^2116 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  Start test holes  for new hospital  Underwood, McKinley and  Cameron, architects designing  the new. hospital have" repoTted  their progress to members of St.  Mary's Hospital Society construction committee. At present all  areas have been approved by the  British Columbia Hospital Insurance service except for minor details.  Preliminary work  has started  Fires start  in odd ways  Forest fires start in the oddest  ways. Take the case of a moose  that disputed the right-of-way  with a diesel-pulled ore-carrying  freight. The. cargo was hot sintered ore which, although it had  been given a shower to cool it  off before leaving the yard, was  still hot in spots.  The moose simply refused to  get off the track.. The flies were  hot as bad as they were in the  bush, and besides he was there,  first. The diesel whistle disturbed-him not ..at all. In fact, ..it  sounded much like another bull  moose calling and bellowing.  At any rate no one knows exactly what the moose was thinking but rather than run into him  or over him the engineer applied  the emergency brakes and a few  pieces of the still hot ore bounced out of the open gondolas and  rolled* down the embankment  coming.to rest in a mouse nest.  From there it took off through  the dry grass and headed for the  adjoining bushland. ;  " on the mechanical side such as  plumbing? heating and ? ventilating as well as on electrical systems. Arrangements have been  made to dig test* holes this week  to determine the allowable soil  load for foundation design. In addition structural design is under.  ~way with building columns and  beams now. tentatively located  - on the plans.  Three estimates have been received for ? laundry equipment  each taking into account the use  of existing equipment where possible. Two preliminary estimates  have been received for kitchen  equipment. All proposals take into account a possible later expansion to 50 beds instead of the.  25-bed;size planned for the imme-  , diate .future.. .  The construction committee  feels that it is still fairly close  to the original schedule although  actual construction may not start  as soon as first anticipated. The  committee now feels it did not  allow sufficient time for studying  ".tenders and having them approved by the government.  However  '. the cominittee'.believes the' contract-will be let early in 1963  with construction starting immediately after?        ?  idet membership aim  Grants paid  by Sechelt  Hobby show  .Judging from the number of  entries already in, Gibsons second annual Hobby Show promises to be even more outstanding  than last year's success.  The show, held in the Christian  Education centre of Gibsons United Church last-year attracted a  large number of people from a  wide area which has resulted in  the officials of the show deciding  to make what they hope will be  a bigger and better effort this  year.  Mr. C. Bedford of Gower Point  will display a portion of his famous shell collection. Hobbyists are  urged to take up copper tooling  and exhibit their work. For f ur-  thervinformation call 886-9507.**  Main work by Sechelt's municipal? council at its Oct. 3 meet- .  ing in the municipal hall was the  passing of the final payment of  taxes;:to Sechelt, District  school  board?; a grant to the fire department and payment of $305 as the  assessment for   Sechelt  to   the  Hospital   Improvement   District.  Gibsons village makes a similar  ���paymehtVy-YYvYY''.-  :��� Y; Tte^_TOB*s_*t^thel?fir^ ^c-part^-*:  merit was for $500 and Ithe?amount?  turned over -to the school board  ' as final payment? from taxation  for this  year? was $9,730. Total  paid from municipal tax  collections for the school board for the  year amounted to about $26,000.  The annual meeting of the Sunshine / Coast  Tourist ^association  will be held Sunday, starting at  2 p.m. .in Sechelt's Legion hall.  At this meeting-there will  be  representatives from Powell Ri-.  ver to Port Mellon and quite a  number   of constitution changes  will be placed before the meeting. These changes have in view  increasing   the  voting ; strength'  \ of the organization, Fred J. North  \ secretary of the  association re-  * ports in his advance notice?  There will- also be the election  of officers  for the  coming, year  arid notices  of motion for   the  changing   of the  constitution  to  allow   voting   privileges .to   be  spread over  a wider number of  members, y Y. y.;,;,Y. .  In the past, associate members,  could attend meetings and enter  discussions but could not vote.  This will be changed by proposed amendments which will include ^.re-alignment of fees.  The advance notice of the annual meeting also announces that  Mr. A. Colby, director of the B.  C. Travel Bureau, department of  recreation and conservation, will,'-  be. the speaker. Mr. Colby will  have some enlightening facts concerning the visitor industry. Officials, from the Greater Vancouver Tourist Association and the  Fraser Valley Tourist Association have also been invited.  An amended constitution would  no longer restrict voting membership in the association? The  time has come when the active  membership is open to all progressive residents of the Sunshine Coast who are desirous of  increasing the tourist business.  ����v'r-o��t,To*' 'cL^tZZZ ''o,^"**^ i There is every reason to believe  b_.?_^slT^rS^   ^^ZZF^t^s���.:  pendence and security   into ^e | ^dC^rtTy" and ?Zg.. '��  lives of more than *two million ^ J";��� .-.      ^.-..t   ,      /    _.  fXL*aA��Jr rrh<Z u^E> \Sw^i 1963 business without undue de-  . Canadians..,They, hav.e provided .���_ .v ���.���,, ^.4���u������o ;��������.�� Wo^,.^^  for etiucMbri?? retire^fenU?travel I. lays_ and: mishaps m th^ service.  \^^��*��^i^ ���vass.o<aation,:^notxce>.ycon-...  andeem^^i^e?.^h^ywr,^eA" ti6ue^ ^y^^ingi^^haty^v  W. A. (BILL) McLAREN        ��  who has the Howe Sound district j  to cover in connection with Can-,[  ada Savings Bond payroll savings"'  division. This will mean he will \  keep an eye on the situation at-*  Port Mellon and wherever there ]  are employees who desire to pur- j  chase bonds on a payroll savings \  plan.  17th issue  for CSBs ;  ... c  For. the. 17th year Canadians J  will be able to help themselves '  and Canada as the new series'of *  Canada Savings Bonds goes pn '���  sale this month. *  Initially the bonds were offer- *  ed to answer* a public demand *-  for a convenient facility for saving. The unvarying success j  brought widening acceptance ?to '}���  the point where sales now pro- *  vide a large part of the net mon. \  ey requirements, of the. govern- 1  'ment. '}:% ��� ��� >  Ownership ?of close to $4 billion  i        NEW POST OFFICE  The new post office at Winn  and Gower Point roads is now  ready for occupancy but I as no  word has been received yet from  Ottawa concerning the removal  from its present location; no announcement, can be made.,.It is  expected that .arrangements for  the moving job will be undertaken .before long.*, .~yY    .;.X. f,'- y  IfOU ARE BREAKING THE LAW  If you hunt any gam* between on* hour after sunset  and ono hour before sunrise*  or during the prohibited tint*  mentioned In the Gam* Reg-  bonds   if held  tol maturity ?_wiil  yield 5.11? percent. ..;.��� yy:'  Again, they can be turned? in  easily at any time for ea��h plus  interest. They can be bought  through banks, investment dealers and the popular Payroll Savings plan in plants, industries  and firms.  A dozen members of tlie Investment Dealers' association of Canada will help organize the payroll savings plan for the new Canada Savings Bonds in plants and  firms, mills  and camps* in B.C.  They are. on loan from their  companies and work from the  coal mines on the B.C.-Afberta  border into the Yukon, work from  the inlets of Howe Sound down  the length of Vancouver Island up  the Fraser and Okanagan Valleys.  Heading the team for the tenth,  year as B.C. Regional Director  is George Sherwood, of Thomas  B. Read and Co., Vancouver.  utations.  ��  j*  Raf: Sac; 19 (I). Game Mt (R.S.0.C. 1960, Chsp. 160)  MESSENGERS MEET  The Messengers,, boys and girls  6, 7 and 8, will starton Sat., Oct.  ���43, 1 p.m. at the Gibsons United  Church Christian Education Centre. Mrs. Jean Duncan will be  the leader of this group.  work of publicizing the;^Sunshine  Coast during the past seven  years has been carried on by a  few members, who at times had  SOCCER  AU four of the* first soccer  games scheduled by the Sunshine  Coast Association for Sunday  were rained out. However, two of  these games and one exhibition  game were played on Monday,  Oct. 8.  At 1 o'clock, on Elphinstone  High School grounds, Gibsons  United ��� defeated Port Mellon  Thunderbirds?3-1? Two of the Gibsons goals were scored by Danny  MacKay and the third, on a penalty shot, by Brent Hansen. Port  Mellon's goal was scored by  Bruce Serafin.  At 2 o'clock on the same  grounds, in an exhibition game,  Roberts Creek defeated Gibsons  Merchants team 2-0. Both Roberts Creek goals were scored by  Kerry Eldred.  In Sechelt, the team from the  Indian Residential School defeat  ed Sechelt Legion 9-0, in a game  postponed from Sunday.  Bear makes few feet long mile  storyhour time  e___r Gibsons Public Library readi  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Linton of  Lyncrest, Roberts Creek, have  returned from a motor trip which  included in its'itinerary, the newly opened Rogers Pass highway.  . They report this mountain highway which connects the towns of  Revelstoke and Golden; bypassing the hazardous unpaved Big  Bend troute; comprises: 92 miles  of panoramic scenery and that  the British Columbia government  Travel Bureau is, not exaggerating when theirbulletin describes  the riiew highway as one of the  most spectacular drives in North  America. ...-:    Y?'Y  the natural glories of Glacier National Park.  It has been admitted that the  grizzlies are somewhat of a problem on Rogers Pass highway. For  centuries the grizzly has roamed this hinterland of mountains  and valleys at will with no one  to dispute his. supremacy, not the  caribou or moose, or the big horn  sheep or mountain goats, who inhabit the land with him.      :*'.>���'  Then came the onslaught of civilization as hundreds and thousands of cars began to pour along  the new highway, many of the  travellers stopping to tpk-v picture, or spread out picnip lunch-  The bureau should have .added Yes in the attractive spots provid-  ���*.   ti ��- -,- -��� *_ ._; i��i 's_   =_^i *_._._:_���-:_. _____�����__.__���-  that it is necessary to travel in  bright sunshine, as the Lintons  did, to see all the wondrous  sights this road has to offer, the  faH, craggy peaks,.some of them  ed by the government. One picnic  party had just"put out the cold  chicken and salad and pie .when  Mr.'Grizzly came out of the bush,  headed   straight for the   table,  over 10,000 feet high, against 4a, hopped on top and took over,  sky of cumiilous clouds, 7 the \ while the picnickers; :still hungry,  gleaming glaciers and vast snow-   fled to' their cars.  fields in their pristine beauty,  the grandeur, of Albert Canyon,  .and the deep valley of the Illecil-  lewaet River, the majestic view  of three mountain ranges  ffom  On the day of the opening ceremonies  at Rogers Pas's  it was  known a mother grizzly and two.  cubs were .jn the' area. Visitors  ���were warned not to go too far  day ended with no unpleasant  incidents.  ; It was hoped that with the com.  ing of the humans, the grizzlies  would retreat to their mountain  fastnesses, but that is wishful  thinking. The grizzlies have  shown no inclination to leave  their familiar, haunts, and from  their point of view, why should  they? But the fact reroains that  humans arid grizzlies are not  compatible   .  Mr. and Mrs. Linton saw three  of these mammoth animals within a few miles of each other, two  were by the side of the road being fed from cars. The third was  at a picnic site by the side of a  lushing mountain stream.  Engrossed by the scenery, having left the car to get hearer the  stream, they heard a terrific rat.  tling behind them, and turned to  see a huge bear wrestling with a  garbage tin! The rattling noise  had been the top of the tin hif-v.  ting a rock. While bruin was .taJ^)  Gibsons Public Library reading  hour for children will start again  for the winter on Saturday morning at the Library starting at  10:30 a.m. This hour has proven  an attraction for children and is  divided into classes for the younger fry and those a bit on the older side.  to scurry around to entice one or  two members to general meetings,  to make a legal quorum. The  ; executive is required to" meet  many times each year, and has  ; produced excellent publicity with  an annual distribution of upwards  of 80,000 top-rated brochures  without waste. Now, many new-  active members are required to  carry on the increased work. The  tourist dollars affect every person on the Sunshine Coast by  providing more jabs and making  more money available to businesses and individuals.  There have been associate members who have' questioned the  reason why they could not vote  at general meetings. If constitution changes pass they can obtain an active membership and  take authoritative part in the operation and future of the association.  There could be a voting membership * of * .at* least 100. Every  businessman on. the Sunshine  Coast should be active in the association. Municipalities, boards  of trade and chambers of commerce could have a direct voice  in the association; A united effort can produce maximum results and make the Sunshine  Coast an even better place to  live, the association notice emphasizes.  Two more homes  Building permits for two new  homes were issued at Tuesday  night's Gibsons municipal council meeting and Clerk Jules A.  Mainil informed council that  there, is a strong possibility of  another ten permits likely to  come before council within the  next few  months.  The two permits issued were to  H. and M. Mansfield for a $15,000  six room, one storey oil heated  home on Sechelt. Highway opposite the old phone office; and to  James A.  and  Roberta C. Cra  mer for an $8,000 six room, one  storey, gas heated home on Cochrane Rd.  The further ten homes will be  built largely by newcomers to  the area.  Accounts covering a total of  $635.83 were examined and passed. Close to $500 of this was used  in roads work.  Council decided that some new  hose be purchased for the fire  department replacing hose which  the department regards as being  borderline for fire duty.  Plea by Sechelt Guides  The monthly meeting of the Sechelt Girl Guide Association was  held at the home of Mrs. Charlotte Jackson at ^Wilson Creek,  Wednesday evening, Oct. 3. Mrs.  Harriet Newton, the district commissioner, presided with nine  members present?    ,  It was brought out at the meeting as there are 45 Brownies and  bring a large turnout of parents  and others interested.  Mrs.   Laura   Potts,   divisional  secretary'read out the interesting__  program to the district meeting.'  This  divisional meeting will  bo  open to the public.  The next meeting of the Sechelt Girl Guide Association will  be held on Nov. 7 at the home of  Guides in Septielfcthatjan attend.?-., Mrs. Harriet Newton in West Sc  ance oif nine adults af1 fas meet**^��*^���--����:.'���-**��&-*������*��-= -h**^**���  ing showed a lack of public sun  port for the organization.  It  is hoped   that the division  meeting   in  the  United  Church  hall in  Gibsons on Nov. 3 will  SheltYAll ^t^^sXt6r-lS^0^kve  been filled, but it is hoped that  more members and prospective  members will turn out to support  the ladies who have taken on  these offices.  Oil companies expand  Imperial Oil Ltd. and-Shell Oil  company are considering new  tank installations on the harbor  waterfront area.  Shell Oil plans, when the need  arises, to enlarge its tank area  and Imperial Oil anticipates constructing a tank area in connection with  Gibsons  Boat   Works.  Up to the present both projects  have been discussed with Gibsons municipal council, to see  what municipal requirements call  for. The provincial fire marshall!  is also in the discussions.  Both   installations   are   taking;  into consideration increased business which is expected for GibsonsYharbor area in the not too  distant future.  Wanted Island as historic site  v GLASSES FOUND  A pair of men's glasses, found  by Melody McDannald on Sechelt  highway at Roberts Creek Hall,  Saturday night, Oct. 6, are now  at the .Coast News office.  Can you help?  A.watch, a birthday gift, has  been lost. It belonged to a boy  attending. Port Mellon school. He  received it on Thursday of last  week and lost it on Friday. It is  a Timex watch with expanding  gold bracelet.  It was lost either on the school  Hon. E. C. Westwood, minister  of the department of recreation  and conservation for British Columbia, has recommended that  historic Cole Island in Esquimau  Harbour be preserved as a national historic site.  In a letter to the Honorable  Walter Dinsdale, minister of northern affairs and national resources, Mr. Westwood pointed  out that in conjunction with the  restoration of adjacent Fort Rodd  Hill, Cole Island has national significance.  Cole Island was offered for  sale by Crown Assets Disposal  corporation in 1959, but at the  request of the department of rec-  PENNY SAVER TIMES  The Kinette Penny Saver store  in Gibsons which was advertised as being open Thurs., Oct. 11  from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. will not  be open quite that long. Closing  time will be at 2 o'clock instead  of the previously advertised 4  o'clock.  reaftion and conservation was removed from the disposal list. The  site has played an important role  in naval history dating back more  than 100 years.  A provincial archives extract  notes that the island was examined in 1859 by Rear Admiral R. L.  Baynes and Lt. Col. R. C. Moody  with a view to establishing a  powder magazine. In November  of the same year, instructions for  the erection of a magazine were  issued to Governor Douglas by  the Duke of Newcastle,1 then Colonial secretary. Construction of  the magazine began in February,  1860.  FUNERAL DELAYED  The funeral for George Miller  of Silver Skagit Shake and Shingle Ltd., Wilson Creek, found  dead in bed Oct. 3, postponed  from Saturday, has not yet been  arranged. Reason for the delay  was the holding of a post morteni  examination to ascertain cause of.  death. Harvey Funeral Home will  have charge of arrangements  when the funeral time is set.  legion Meeting  The general meeting of Royal  Canadian Legion 109 to be held  Wed., Oct. 17, 8 p.m.', has a full  agenda of business for the com-  ifig season for discussion.  - Anyone needing transportation  should call the Taxi office at 886-  2111.  the  Revelstoke   National   Park, : afield, and there was many   a  and the grizzly bears-as well a.    sigh of relief heaved when that  ing apart a discarded barton of'?Sus or at the school. A reward  peaches, the Liritohs .wallced past^3*5 been offered for its return,  him "to get to their car and they ' Anyone having; "information of it  said that although only-a few can Phone thp. Coast News at  feet were involved, it seamed like 886-2622 or drop in personally,  a miles:   .;.'������..  HALLOWE'EN CANDY DRIVE  Bethel 28, International Order  of Job's Daughters will be having their annual Hallowe'en Candy Drive from Oct. 20 to Oct. 27.  The Jobies will be knocking on  your door and would appreciate  your support on this project.  Bring a cup  Members of the Sechelt Auxiliary to the Hospital are reminded that the regular monthly  meeting will be held in Hospital  Cottage on.Thurs., Oct. 11 at 2  p.m. Bring a cup and saucer as  a donation, also Nabob coupons  are still being collected. Tickets  for the Cooking Class to be held  in the Elphinstone School Auditorium on Nov. 2 are now on sale  in Sechelt at the Flower Shop,  Tasella Shoppe, B.C. Hydro and  Selma Park Store.  _aiff--i-WT>uni-Qttaa>nattuwuHwmmmuuiuuimmau-P Coast  News, Oct. 11,  1962.  2K* VtmmJaSmco  avis  _3_W2&  dw-TCI  By  JACK DAVIS,  MP.  Coast-Capilano Constituency  The first business Yof. the  house of commons is to electa  p'eaker. * Most people think of  the speaker, as akin to a referee;  one. who keeps order in the  house of commons during "the  rough and tumble of parliameh-  ���ary debate: But he. does more  than enforce the rules. He  speaks, with ,pne voice, for all  of the members of the house of  commons. y  He must first be elected. Then  he leads, all the other members  to the senate on opening day to  hear    the     Speech     from    the  Wxt(Boast T8zws  Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd;,  P.O. Box 128, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second class mail for payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Community  Newspapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  **��� i    ������ i i     -i ���        ... -i .ii   ������ ���  ���.- i ������ ���.1  i I,  . . ��� i.-i   ..���    ���������     ��� ���  A broadening out  The weather at this time of year cannot be termed suitable for  tourists yet it is a good time to look ahead and see what can be.  done about future tourist treks.  The annual meeting of the Sunshine Coast Tourist Association  will be held in Sechelt's Legion hall Sunday and it is possible theie  will be quite a shakeup of the constitution in order to give more people a chance to get in on deliberations to attract tourists.  The result should mean a voting membership available of close  to 100 instead of the less than 50 in the past. This will be done by  opening up voting privileges to associate members of past years.  Broadening of the right-to-vote clause will give the association  the chance to have, besides operators of tourist establishments on  its rolls, members of boards of trade, municipal councils and other  authoritative bodies which are close to the needs of the area.  With the approach of the day when faster and larger ferries will  ply on the route to Langdale, members of the association executive  have decided it is time to have wider representation in their operations. Practically everyone living in this area benefits from the stream iv  of tourists. Merchants should take'stock of the situation?arid see how r'  their support can give the district a much wider program of tourist  attraction than is now available.  A united effort can produce maximum results and make the Sunshine Coast an even better place to live. This thought comes from the  Tourist association executive and it is good enough for the Coast  News to back up with whole-hearted support.  Prepared by the Research Staff of  ENCYCLOPEDIA   CANADIANA  What was the profession of Charles Henri Narbonne?  t*  Buccaneer.    Canadian    born  about 1627, he served as a soldier,  in this  country. In 1660 he -went'���'..  to the West Indies,  becoming^ a ?  famous buccaneer. Ten years later he joined the great Sir Henry ?  Morgan in an expedition against"  Panama. Narbonne became "rich,  settled in Tortugas in  the West;  Indies and  1677 became  deputy  lieutenant of the French King ���  one of Canada's first and certainly most unusual success storiesY  Where is Navy Island in Canada?  Just   about   everywhere. .'Best!  known is the small island of that?  name in the Niagara River, abouf}  two miles above the-Falls. It be-]  came famous as the scene of the':  last stand made by William Lyon{  Mackenzie and some fellow-rebels-;  in the Rebellion of 1837. Another?  Navy Island may be found in thef  Bedford Basin in Halifax Harbourf  It is also the name of a group ofi,.  islands  in the St. Lawrence  River. They are part of the Thousand Islands. Individual, islands in  the group were named after na-?  val   officers   who   distinguished  themselves   during   the   War   of  1812.  Throne. As official  speaker fer "  that unruly mob, the commons,  he,    in> ytimespast; had to be  brave? He was the one who had  to voice tlie grievances - of the  common -people while the other  commoners,'-y who; ��� marched   in.T  protest to the throne room, held?  their breath and waited to hear  what   the    royal    proclamation  would be. ..?'���-.....  *     *     * ;���'  In order to qualify as the man  who keeps some semblance of  order in the commons our Mr.  Speaker must have the confidence of his fellow' members.  Honorable, decisive and* possessing an intimate knowledge of  parliamentary procedures, he  must rely on all parties for their  co-operation. .This does not come  easily as our speaker is nominated by the government, and always selected from amongst its  members. .. / .  The British system differs  from ours in that,, by custom,:  the same speaker continues to  preside in and speak for the  house of commons as long as he  retains his seat in the house. His  seat, furthermore, remains uncontested.  We, in Canada, have not,  reached this degree of sophistication. Instead, , we still require  our speaker to go out on the  hustings at election time to fight  for his own political life as well  as that of his party. How, under  these circumstances, can we possibly avoid claims of favoritism  or discrimination during debate?  That there have been very few  charges of this kind laid in recent years is evidence of the  high- ideals, as well as good  sound common sense, of those  great men who have served as  speakers of the house of commons in Ottawa.  FIRST WINNER  ���'.-. Dr. H?yL. Keenleyside, chairman of 'B.C. Hyctro and ?Power  Authority, has been named first  v/iriner: of the Vanier Medal' of  the Institute of Public Admiriis-  trationfof Canada. The medal lis  to,  be yawarded annually  FULLER BRUSH  PRODUCTS  John Kingdon-Rowe  .SECHELT?:��� 885-2017  \  WHA!^THE  ���   ���INSTALMENT PLAN'WAY  TO SAVE FOR A  Who   was   the   Maritimes'  prolific novelist?  most-*  Coihplete stock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial & Sports  HARDWARE ��� DRY GOODS  BAPCO PAINT  Interior & Marine  Ph. 883-2415  Theodore    Roberts-/ Born  :-iit.  Not good medicine  While mulling over CBC releases to weekly newspapers, an intriguing sentence struck the eye. Helen Baillargeon, hostess of Che.  Helene which features lessons in French for children, said a French  lesson is like medicine ��� if it is recognized, it is distasteful.  This intrigues the mind and if associated with other radio or TV  events can help express, some feelings.  One can agree there are words which affect people in varied  ways. There is one word covering performances on radio or TV which  might pass unnoticed by many people and yet with some, has irksome undertone. It is the word documentary.  If lessons when recognized are distasteful why not documentaries? Would it not be better to show documentaries without being told  they are such. The manner in which we interpret historical data of  many years ago could be a long, long way from the manner in whicn  * they occurred. One can no more imagine the puppetry of today's so-  called documentaries as being anywhere near the reality of yesteryear. Now and again, but rarely, one gets a scene that does smack,  less of obvious acting and more of reality.  Our documentary experts on radio and TV should forget they are  dealing with historical matters and strive for less obvious acting, yet  hew to the historical line as best they can.  This plea does not call for revamping of ancient history into modern ways. It asks that characters be allowed to be human beings in  their time and not puppets. Such productions should be recognized  less as documentaries and more as a reflection of life from the time  when the action occurred.  Two customers!  A newspaper has two customers to please ��� the subscriber, and  the advertiser. Of these two, the subscriber is the most important.  This is true even though the advertiser provides most of the revenue of any paper. But the advertiser buys space for one reason: to  get his message read by.a large number of people. Therefore he is  vitally interested in the circulation of his advertising media. The  greater the circulation a paper has, the more advertising it can sell  and the higher the rate it can command.  Over the years, therefore, the paper must cover the activities  which interest its readers. Otherwise circulation will drop off and  advertising revenues will shrink in consequence.  It is because of reader interest that such a large proportion of  weekly newspaper space is devoted to District and personal news.  Often this may seem of the "Mrs. Smith went down the road to visit  Mrs. Brown" variety, but the little item has definite reader appeal to  the Smith and Brown families, relatives and all their friends. In the  Coast News we have had many examples of the great interest taken  in personal and District news.  Reader interest builds circulation and upon that circulation a  newspaper's revenue depends. Therefore to the publisher of any paper the subscriber is the most important person.  This is the second of a series of editorials on weekly newspaper  which appeared in the Surrey Leader.  Fredericton yin^ 1877,'heydied^l^*  Digby in 1953. A  one-time ,NeW;';  York    newspaperman,     Roberts y  fought  in the First World Warjy  wrote several volumes.of military y  history, lived in many parts oi.  the world, edited the Newfoundland Magazine and wrote 30 novels, many of them romances of.  the Maritime Provinces.  Do you eat much mustard?  Perhaps more than you realize..  This family of herbs covers near-Y  ly 2000 species? It includes suchj  familiar foods as cabbage, Briis-1  sels sprouts, kale, kohlrabi, cauliflower, broccoli, turnip, rutabaga y:  radish,  horse-radish  and water-i  cress.   In  Canada  the   mustard'  family  is represented  by about!  245   species.   Canadian    mustard,  species    include    such    enticing  weeds as peppergrass, stinkweed,,  false flax, bitter cress and hare's-  ear-mustatd.   The food  one  usually  thinks   of   as  mustard   is;  made from the seeds of Brassiea?  nigra, a member. of   the family j  related to'the cabbage and Other;  mustard vegetables.        .  * ?  How did the Dutch pioneer in the ���'  Canadian West?  t-  They   introduced   strip-farming \  in   southern   Alberta : and   were--".'  among those who   put   Western -  irrigation districts into production  Amsterdam bankers were among  the first to take part in the financing   of   railroad   building   in  Western  Canada. The names of  at least two * of these gentlemen  are commemorated in the place  names of the region ��� Pierson  and Boissevain. Other Dutch geographical   names in the Prairie  Provinces are Edam, Amsterdam,     '  Zelandia and Neerlandia.  '���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  FAIRMILE  BOAT WORKS LTD.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 886-7738  Many purchasers of automobiles, furniture and.  such, pay on the instalment plan. You can put  your savings on the same instalment basis. PSP,  Scotia bank's Personal Security Program is the  "instalment plan" way to save for a down payment for any project needing forward planning  and saving. This is how PSP���exclusive with The  Bank of Nova Scotia���works: You select a savings  ?c)oak (between $100 and $2,500) which you =*,.  reach in 50 equal payments. As you save, you're  life-insured for the full amount of your goal.  When you reach your goal, you collect all you've  saved, plus a cash bonus. PSP is the ideal way to  make sure your long-range plans are realized. Ask  about PSP at your nearest branch of Scotiabank.  THE BRNK OF NOVfl SCOTIH  . MORE THAN 600 OFFICES ACROSS CANADA AND ABROAD #  thousands and  thousands and  Of  Gems of Thought  POWER  All power and happiness are  spiritual, and proceed from goodness.. ��� Mary Baker Eddy  Justice without power is inefficient; power without justice  is tyranny'. ��� Blaise pascal  We do not need more intellectual power, we need more spiritual power.       ��� Calvin Coolidge.  No "power is strong enough to  be lasting if it labors under the  weight ������of fear. ���. Cicero.  It is not possible to found a  lasting power upon injustice, per.  jury and treachery.  ��� Demosthenes  The price of power is responsibility for the public good.  ���Winthrop   W.   Aldrich  NOW! A whole new world of decorating magic! Thousands of  dazzling colors at the mere touch of a button. You can match  any material... even to the slightest hue and tone. Your rugs,  drapes and furniture take on an exciting new dimension when  you explore all the fascinating avenues opened up by the  Tint-A-Matic Color System;  Available in any of these finishes:   semi-gloss, high gloss,  enamel, alkyd  flat, latex, exterior House paint.  Come ia for an exciting free demonstration.  MARSHALL WELLS  V  \  RIGHT HERE  IN OUR STORE J  COLOR    SYSTEM  Booty by Ae gallon for alt your painting needs!  feorrw thltAtamsifm* CO&OK HARMOtfY BOOK'. Choose it*  Jl*0"***��Ji!!��Jt9/,\eImV\ f*m^yt!s ��f modern ottor oombinitiivis!  5P-2O01  MARSHALL   WELLS   STORES  (iitas IlardwaiT IJ(1.  OWNER  Phone 886-2442  Parker's Hard ware Ltd.  OWNER  Phone 885-2171 ��� Sechelt tMwEEmmim  Fish ?'n' Seafood Week, held  this yeiar October 15 to 21, focuses attention on one: of our  most abundant, economical, and  easy-tc-cook foods. Whether or  not "fish is popdlar at your house  depends greatly on the cook. Test  your knowledge cf fish" cookery  by trying this easy true or false  quiz supplied by the home, economists of the Department of'Fisheries of Canada. Correct answers  will be found at the end of the  quiz.  1. As a rule, fish require less  cocking time than meat.  2. We cook fish to tenderize it.  3. It is advisable to handle fish :  as little as possible during and  after cooking.  4. Cooking time for fish is cal-,  culated on the thickness rather  than on the weight.  5. Cooked fish tends to be dar_*>  er in color than uncooked fish.  6. Overcooking . fish makes it  very tender and flaky. s  * 7. Frozen    fillets    should    be  thawed before baking.  8. Frozen fillets should be  thawed before frying.  9. For best results a fish steak  to be broiled should be %'"to 1  inch thick.  10. Smoked fish takes longer to  cook than unsmoked fish.  Answers:  1. True. Unlike land animals,  fish have no tough muscle tissue  or. sinewy connective tissue, to  soften, and no thick layers of  solid fat for the heat to penetrate  2. False. Fish is tender in. the  raw state. As with eggs, we cook  fish to make it easier to digest  and more flavorful.  3. True. The connective tissue  between the muscle fibres is thin  and breaks down quickly under  heat, permitting the flesh to separate in flakes or segments. On  handling the flesh has a tendency  to fall apart, spoiling the appearance.  4. True. Fish is usually flat and  has a large surface areathrough   .  which it can absorb heat quickly.  For this reason, cooking time is*  based  on thickness   rather than  weight.  BULLETIN WINNERS  International recognition has  been won by two publications of  the Fish and Game Branch  which appeared last year. Jhe  California Bighorn in British Columbia by Lawson 6. Sugden  placed tirsi in its class bf North  American-technical bulletins. A,  pamphlet oh fish hatcheries,  Good Fishing Doesn't Happen by  Accident * .placed- second::in the,  non-technical bulletin categories-   .  The awards were made at the  39th annual convention of the  American Association. for Conservation Information.  t  Printed Rattern  Popu-ctr, versatile suitdress '*'-���  smart alone prj under a winter  coat? Sew it With short or %  sleeves in any-season cotton,  jersey, wool.  Printed Pattern 9159: Misses*'  Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40. Size  16 requires 4r% yards 35-inch  fabric. .  FORTY CENTS (40c) in coins  (no stamps, please) for this pattern. Print plainly SIZE, N__ME,  ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER.  Send order to MARIAN MARTIN, care of Coast News, Pattern Dept., 60 Front St., West,.  Toronto, Ont.  FIRST TIME EVER! Glamorous ��� movie star's wardrobe  plus 110 exciting styles to sew  in our new Fall-Winter Pattern:  Catalog. Send 25c.  5. False. During cooking the  fish juices become a milky color  causing the flesh to lose its watery look and become a lighter,  opaque shade. A reliable indication that fish is-cooked is when  this color change has taken place  to'the:center of the thickest part.  6. False. Overcooking"toughens  fish; and dries it out.  Y;7.yFa_se.    The. - fillets.   retain'  "juices  better and are more flavorful if baked from the  frozen  state.; ������.  '..?*"���: ���  8. True.. There are' anumhr of  good reasons for- thawing floats  which are to be fried. One is to  prevent overcooiing the fat.  9. True. Cuts thinner than this  have a tendency?'_'o firyYout'dux'  ing the broiling process.  10. False. Depending, on; the typa  of smoking process used, smoked"  fish is. either partially   or . com-"  pletely cooked when purchased.  y      *.'��� y*   "' *'���������'  A specialty touch can be  achieved with everyday sandwich fillings when they are  teamed in a new variation such ���  as individual sandwich loaves,  frosted    with    softened    cream  cheese. Regular bread slices are,  used for these loaves, ~ making*  them extra convenient to fix.    X.  The sandwiches, easy to make'  in large or small quantities, may  be prepared in advance, wrapped  in clear plastic food wrap" and  refrigerated, ready for patio party or picnic.  Sandwich Loaf .,- ���  White Bread, sliced.  Mayonnaise  Tomatoes  Ham  Salad  Lettuce  3 three ounce packages cream  cheese  Milk   -  Parsley for garnish  Ham Salad  y2 cup ground, cooked ham  2 sweet pickles, chopped  1 tablespoon chopped  chives    ^Mayonnaise  ���Usirig'Ythree slices of bread,  remove crusts. Prepare as for  three : decker sandwich, using  ham salad for one layer, tomato  slices and lettuce for second.  Spread bread with mayonnaise  on filling sides. Cut sandwich in  half, straight or crosswise. Frost  halves with cream cheese softened with milk, wrap in clear plastic food wrap and refrigerate.  Garnish as desired before serving.   .������������'   S  \ --"  DELAYED TELECASTING  The Canadian Broadcasting  Corporation's delay center at  Calgary is equipped with seven  videotape-recorders, which enable  retransmission of television programs from the East so that  viewers in Western Canada car.  see them at. convenient viewing  times. The delay center opened  in'June- of 1958. ���������-..  Coast News, Oct.  ll,   1962.  C. E. SICOTTE  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  Land Clearing ��� Excavating  and Road Building  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2357  WANT  ADS ARE   REAL   SALESMEN  ���ytmmswrmm, Ufc��_  The chorus and orchestra of  the colorful Ivan Romanoff  (above) are" heard .each Monday  evening on the CBC radio program, Songs of My People. Host  of the program is singer Jan  Rubes. ���"    ���'  1TP TO FUEL SUPPLIERS  Tenders are invited for the delivery of fuel for use  in our schools for the school year 1962-63.  A list of schools with type of fuel required may be  obtained at the School Board office.  Sealed tenders, marked "Fuel" will be received on  or before 5:00 p.m. Monday, October 22nd, 1962. Kindly-  quote price per gallon, including tax.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  The Board of School Trustees,  Sechelt School District No. 46,  Gibsons, B.C.  FRESH  design  FRISKY-  performance  ^k*****" ,  FUNCTIONAL ~-  size  The '63 Acadians are here; 11 models in 4 exciting series. Each boasts plenty of brand-new  saving features: chassis lubrication improvements; 60 day or 6,000 mile oil changes; self-  adjusting brakes and more.  The ride is smooth. Parking, handling and  manoeuvring are effortless. Hard to beat? Yes.  Where can you see it? Your Acadian-Pontiac-  Buick dealer's.  Thrifty 4 or lively 6 ���  with all these value features  The new Delcotron generator keeps charging  your battery even when  the engine is idling, ensures quicker starts.  Every Acadian features  acoustically engineered  soundproofing at key  points���to soak up road  noise for a quieter ride.  Acadian's modern unitized body construction  is designed for freedom  . from rattles and squeaks.  It's safer and adds extra  miles to car life.  Acadian's unique Mono-  Plate rear springs give  you a ride free from  squeaks and rattles-  smooth out rough roads,  ��� too.  New! Water and air from  the cowl ventilating sys-  High mounted front coil tern flush and air-dry the  springs give greater com- inside of the rocker Zinco-Bond rust protcc-  fort, better handling, re- panels, reducing tion process coats all  duce  driver fatigue on   corrosion. vulnerable areas Wiiere  long trips. rust can start. You get  extra   prot-.-.tion  that  saves you money.  AND HERE'S THE  NEW CANSO-^_ NEW  SERIES FOR 1963  Here's the 2-door Canso (it also comes in 4-door sedan).  It's the newest addition to Acadian's success story. And it's where thrift and  luxury are perfectly matched. This year also1 there are even sportier Beaumont  Sport Deluxe models, a iriore elegantly appointed Beaumont series,  and an economy-minded, family-size Invader Series in the line up.  See it at your Acadian-Pontiac-Buick dealer's TODAY!  ACADIAN  CANSO 2-DOOR SEDAN  White-wall tires optional af extra cost  A-1630  / .  AH0THW flENERAk* MOTORS VALUE  WILSON CREEK  PRODUCTS (1957) LTD,  PHONE 885-2111 Trees travel far and wide  ���v.  During geologic times trees  have travelled far and? wide  around the globe. How is this migration effected? Seeds are the  footsteps of the forest.  When they step out they, seem  to  be the haphazard playthings  FOOTWEAR  See our lines of best quality  boots and shoes for men ���  sports, work and dress shoes  OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY  Marine  Men's  Wear  LTD.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons  MEETINGS  of  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  Congregation Bible  Study  Gibsons, Sechelt, West Sechelt.  and Madeira Park, Tues, 8 p.m..  Ministry School  Kingdom Hall,   Fri.   7:30  p.m.  Service Meeting  Kingdom  Hall,  Fri.  8:30 p.m.  Public Talk  Kingdom Hall, Sun. 3 p.m.  Watchtower Study-  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 4 p.m.  The Kingdom Hall is at  '���_ Selma Park  No Collections  of wind and gravity, but the.law  of averages, which nature loves  to use when she produces far  more seeds than are needed, caus  es more seeds to sprout on the  warmer side if driven by cold,  on the moister side if driven by  aridity, or on the drier side if  swampland is expanding. J  Thus trees move. They travel  as a woodland, with the various  trees and smaller plants keeping  together. Trees like oak, maple,  hickory, elm, ash, beech, poplar  and birch keep together in their  world-wide travels and the wood- *  land flowers, and bushes go along  with them.  A new claimant to the title of  tallest tree in the world is an as  yet unnamed Sequoia sempervir-  ens (coast redwood) in Humboldt  County, California. It has been  measured by Humboldt State College students at 368 feet.  BACKHOE  and LOADER  Contract or Hourly |  rate  also  GRAVEL TRUCK    |  Phone 883-2377  The Corporation of the Village of Gibsons Landing  COURT OF REVISION  Voters List  TAKE NOTICE that copies of the Provisional Municipal Voters' List, 1962, will be posted at the Notice Board,  Church corner, and. at the Municipal Hall; and further take  notice that a Court of Revision, to revise and correct the said  Voters' List, will be held in the Municipal Hall on the 1st day  of November, 1962, from Ten o'clock in the forenoon to 12  o'clock in.the forenoon. *  JULES A. MAINIL, Clerk  Something New!  BONUS BUYS  OCTOBER 12 to 19  Here's Some Examples:  FLEETWOOD 4087 HI-FI, AM & FM    ............ $299-50  FREE BONUS: Hostess Chair & Serving Set        ,     $33.45  FLEETWOOD CUSTOM STEREO HI-FI, AM &yFM $59950  Plus Map Top Desk . $59.50 value  FLEETWOOD  PANORAMIC  VISION  $42950  SPECIAL ALLOWANCE  $50.00  FREE BONUS: Coffee table, 2 end tables $18.95 ea. or $56.85  FLEETWOOD COMBINATION TV RADIO & HI-FI $699-95  SPECIAL ALLOWANCE  $50.00  Plus Tynan Swivel Rocker BONUS $49.95  WESTINGHOUSE   WASHER   &   DRYER  BONUS:  Set of Dishes  SPEED QUEEN WASHER & DRYER  BONUS:  New Electric Broom  WESTINGHOUSE 2-DOOR FRIDGE     ...  BONUS: Table, 4 Chairs  GIBSON 13 CUBIC FT.  FRIDGE ..  BONUS: .Westinghouse Steam Iron  WESTINGHOUSE WRINGER & WASHER     ...  BONUS:  Adjustable Lightweight Ironing  $41990  $42.95  $558 90  $49.00  $499-95  $69.00  $19995  $18.95  ,. $134.95  Board $10.95  FULLY AUTOMATIC FINDLAY RANGE, with rotisserie,  fully automatic    ..: $277-50  BONUS: 20 lb. turkey  VISCOL 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE $26900  BONUS: Set of 3 Matching Lamps $37.85  COLONIAL 2-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE  BONUS: Coffee Table  .. $250-85  $22.95  J. J. Rogers & Co.  Lta.;  Sunnycrest Plaza ��� 886-9333  THE STORE THAT LEADS  OTHERS FOLLOW  I"  - Almost-.all churches?: built? in  tfti��s% WixtfiMa Jofefctlf-je *^ast  ft^yea|s ihgve bejeftyV9md with  red cedar shingles or handsplit  red cedSf shakes^ ;  4*. A .��aasi .li^emXXbctlXiiXXiS62  Hpti;:-?.''.: JH  "-��� According '--��� to the Interstate  Commerce Commission, lumber,  shingles and lath constitute the  second ���'Mghest* 'revenue-producing coimnodities handled by American railroads? _  Lissi - Laad Florists  HOPKINS LANDING  Ph. 886-9345  Bulbs from Holland  Tulips, Daffodils,  Crocus.  Narcissi & Hyacinths.  Fl&wers for all occasions  Jean & Bill Lissiman  To" please* toO: X'X'"-  with your..new. fall perm  ���" Try our'    Y .?  STYLE OF THE MONTH  COIFFURE  ff  Dancette  9?  GIBSOIGIRL  SALON OF BEAUTY  Village Centre ��� Gibsons  Ph. 886-2120  WANT ADS ARE  REAL SALESMEN  mm*^,*mm~. m  _���_���__���  -.__.--.--i_-.--._-_- __.___-____. ��� ,-_,-, ii-ip���u~M->.o_ruj-��j-  Royal Canadian Legion 109  CABARET  9 p.m.  SATURDAY, OCT. 13  CANADIAN   LEGION   HALL - Gibsons  ALL ARE WELCOME  NOON and after ��� the * elegant* Empire sheath resigns supreme.  Smooth shape is essential through the midriff ��� and it's easily, invisibly achieved with Talon's new Magic Zip that jet-speeds sewing  and insures a professional fit and finish. Printed Pattern 9186 comes  in Junior Miss Sizes 9v 11, 13? 15-and 17. To order, send Fifty Cents  (59c) in coins( stamps cannot be? accepted) ;.for this pattern.; Please  print plainly YOUR NAMlg? ADDRESS? SIZE, STYLE NUMBER.  Send your order to Marian Martin, care of Coast News, Pattern Department, 60 Front St. W., Toronto, Ont.  WIS WW'S MCIPE  This moist, rich cake is laden  with the taste surprising flavor-  of California raisins. It's a grand  dessert for all occasions ��� after^  . noon tea, dessert parties or '.a:  snack after school. *'.'���    , ������"���  Homemakers J?en joy making?  crumb cakes because they can  be stirred up quickly and are  good keepers. The buttery baked  on topping eliminates the need  for icing.  Raisin Crumb Cake  2 cups brown  sugar  (packed)  2*/4 cups sifted flour  % teaspoon salt  y2 cup shortening (part butter)  % cup California raisins  y2 cup chopped walnuts .'X  1 teaspoon soda  1 cup buttermilk  1 beaten egg  i teaspoon vanilla  Stir together sugar, flour and  COMPLACENT DINNER  Some wasps sting and paralyze  their prey without killing it. The.  insect is then placed in the nest  : with a wasp egg. When the egg  hatches, fresh food is ready and  waiting for the larva. The digger  wasp is selective and chooses"?  only a certain tarantula spideij  as food for its young. Curiously.,  enough, the spider seems quite;.  unaware of its doom and allo*vs  ��� the wasp to crawl over its body'  in search of the vulnerable spot  in which to place its sting. ?  salt.    Cut    in   .shortening   until  crumbly. Take out % cup of this  mixture  and set aside for topping.  To remainder add raisins  ;.' and walnuts. Stir soda into buttermilk,   add   egg   and. vanilla,  and stir into flour mixture, just.-  r until blended? Pour into greased'  '?9-irich square  pan;   sprinkle reserved crumbs over top. Bake in  moderately  slow oven   (325  degrees   F.)    50   to   60   minutes.  Makes 1 (9-inch) cake.  Family Film Night  Friday, October 19  '���������'. '��� v     ������ S ,  SPONSORED BY GIBSONS RECREATION COMMISSION  Films of General Interest in Color  Gibsons School Hall  7:30 P.m.  SILVER COLLECTION  Gems of Thought  UNSELFISHNESS :.  7 Be unselfish. That is the first  and final commandment for those  who would be "useful and happy  in their usefulness.  ��� Charles W. Eliot.  Sacrifice self to bless.one another, even as God has blessed  you. ���Mary Baker Eddy  Men often mistake themselves,  seldom forget themselves.  ��� Benjamin Franklin.  Modesty and unselfishness ���  these are virtues which men  praise ��� and pass by.  Andre Maurois.  The best way of saving oneself  a lot of trouble in life is to pay  very little heed to one's own interests. ��� Joseph Joubert.  The greatest difficulty with the  world is not its inability ,to produce, but its unwillingness to  share. ��� Roy L. Smith.  ���W-FOOOLAND  I     THE CHILDRESS CORNER    \  WINDOW  SCREEN  Cross Rib Roasts  Blade Pot Roasts  Beef Steaketts  69c lb.  59c lb.  4w59c  FROZEN   MEAT PIES  CHICKEN ��� TURKEY ��� BEEF  *T for      I  CONSTRUCTION   PAPER  TN8  Make an autumn spatter picture using: fallen leaves,  an old tooth brush, a piece of wire screen, some water paint.  Fasten the leaves to your art paper. Dip the brush  into the paint, and holding the screen about 6 inches above  the paper, gently brush the paint across the screen. It will  "spray" through.   Remove the leaves when the paint is dry.  Pacific Milk  0  for OuC  KRAFT MARGARINE  CUISINE BRAND       AYLMERPORN  CREAM STYLE ��� 15 oz.    ...  !*������*�����������  2   lbs. for 39C  4 <��'49c  2 ior 25c  Grand Forks Potatoes 20195c  mW   for mtmltCt  CALIFORNIA   LETTUCE  SOLID HEADS  ��������������������������  NEW SEASON CROP  GRAPE FRUIT - Florida fink  .FRl.NlTES&-*?.9P.M  �� taiV-RY ON ORPER5  OSC/VERY DAYSf  GfB*OMS-��Y��l?r 0M��*C��Pr WCD.  OOWtR PoiNT-THUP-iOAY*"  PORT MELLON -FRIPAY  RO&CRT$CR����K-SATUfiOAY        ^N5  p.C.  f__ 886'2563 COMING EVENTS  Oct. 11, Sechelt P.T.A. meeting,  Thursday? # p.m.T ���  Oct  me  m  >ct. 1>M%-. Rbberts ^Crejsklli Region  Aee)^|?|:|^.   IXXirft   j Y  Oct. IS, St? Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Bazaar., Madeira Park hall  2 P.m. "\Xl+ 'X'XXX*XX.-'^. ���������������   Y:   .  Oct. 13, Rummage and Bake Sale  by Job's. Daughters, 10 a.m. to  2 p;m., Old United Church Hall,  Gibsons. Donations of rummage  appreciated. Phpne 886-2642 foi  pickup.'- '������'���y "':���:������  Oct. 15, O.A.P.O. General meeting, Kinsmen Hall, 2 p.m.  Oct.   17,  Halfmoon. Bay P.T.A.;  Tea at home of Mrs. Doyle, 2 to  , 4 p.m. ..,������.;  Oct. 17, Royal Canadian Legion  109, General Meeting. Full agenda of business. 8 p.m.    >  Oct. 19, Roberts Greek Legion  L.A. Rummage Sale, 2 p.m.  Oct. 19ySunshine Rebekah Lodge  82, Bazaar and tea, 2:30 p.m., St.  Hilda's Parish Hall, Sechelt.  Oct. 26, 2 p.m., Royal Canadian  Legion 109 L.A. Fall Bazaar. Legion Hall, Gibsons.  Oct. 27, DeMolay Mothers Circle  Turkey Dinner, 7 p.m., Legion  Hall,' Gibsons.  Nov. 6, StYJohn's United Church  Women, Wilson Creek, Tea and  Bazaar.  The Friendly Bingo, every Monday, 8 p.m., Legion Hr.ll,1 Gibsons.  BIRTHS ~~  CONNOR ��� To Mr. and Mrs.  Cliff Connor, Sechelt, at St.  Mary's Hospital, Garden Bay, on  Oct. 3, 1962, a daughter, Mary  Ann, weight 8_lbs.,Jty_ oz.  HALL ��� Born-^)-Gordon ?"i  Maureen Hall (nee Yorke), Sechelt, * a' daughter,. Sharon Kauai,  7 lbs. 6 oz. on Oct. 2, 1962, at St  Vincent's Hospital, Vancouver.  NELSON ��� To~Mr. and Mrs.  Harold E. Nelson (nee Hansen),  Sechelt, at St. Mary's Hospital,  Garden Bay, Oct. 3, 1962, twin  daughters, Anne Marie, 4 lb. 4  oz., Sharon Eileen, 3 lbs. 1<H4 oz.  sisters'for Donna and Derek. Everyone doing iWell.  WEDDINGS  McFIE-FINLAYSON ��� The we ***.  ding between Mr.  W.  S. McFie  and    Gertrude   Finlaysoh,   residents of Gibsons, took place Oct? .  1, 1962 at Holy Family Church.  Coast News, Oct.  11,; 1962.     ; 5  h RIAL ISTATE"  ��� GRANTHAMS;:,  '.'  5 acres level land, nicely wood-  : .ed;;  road frontage.  $1,500 >������. with  $500 down.v���,,.,���:, -? n  ,,ri:,_  ���rYGOWISRiPOINT-, ' ���?'���  Large,  cleared Waterfront lot,  approx. J_ acre, with well. $4000,  pterins. y?v-y-:?.Y-.../';y;,'i.-''' .'-���*.  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterfront   cottage   with  fireplace,  closed in sleeping veran-  . dah on y2 acre. Good beach. $8500  on terms. ' ���  Semi - waterfront, partly furnished cottage on 1 acre. Road  front and back; can be * subdivided. $5,700  terms.  , PENDER HARBOUR  '".Sheltered moorage, good swim- ,  mii-g," fishing and, boating��� Waterfront Lots only $3000 on easy  terais.-  yy Y:' "���    :  *-���-  Call Morton Mackay at Gibsons  office?? 886r9900, Jtes.  886-2644   or  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GIBSONS     and    BURQUITLAM  Rentals available:  .  ���One bedroom, fully furnish-  -   ��� <ed.  ��� two   bedroom,  brand   new,  automatic heat, fireplace.  Business opportunities wanted ���  We have clients wishing to acquire a business^ on the Peninsula.  Mortgage funds available ��� enquire for particulars.  Three bedroom home for sale in  Selma Park area. $12,500 full  price. : ' Y  Highway   frontage   with    small *  building, for lease.  Insurance ��� Prompt and courteous service on all your General Insurance requirements  available.. - >   y- '  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons Ph.   886-2481  $1,350 ?full price.' Treed, level  lo{, Davis Bay, 1 block to beach.  Easy terms, y y  REAL ESTATE (Cont'd)  MISC. FOR SALE (Cont'd)  HELP WANTED  cloSein, J2800:full 'price^m  '-f;.',Vv;-'A.VJ  ii    $ggggfi^^ parlcy        100 x 200, view lot, small cabin.  CARD OF THANKS  To Dr. Paetkau, nurses and staff  of St. Mary's Hospital, a thank  you for making my stay in hospital so pleasant. Peggy Connor  FLORISTS  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone. 886-9345, Hopkins  Landing.' XX  WORK WANTED  Construction, remodelling,  interior   and   exterior;   landscaping;  redecorating,  int.  &  ext.; roofing all types.  Dry wood, $12 cord  Phone 885-9784 or 885^9749    :  FOUND  Small white kitten, Gower Point.  Phone   S.P.C.A.,  886-2407.  PERSONAL  Due to lack of response', the Amateur Night at Wilson Creek is  cancelled.  ~~ UNWANTED HAIR  Vanished away with SACA-PELO  SACA-PELO is different. It does  not dissolve or remove hair from  the surface, but penetrates and  retards growth of UNWANTED  HAIR. Lor-Beer Lab Ltd.. Ste =>  679 Grahville St.,   Vancouver 2,  B.C. '    FUELS  ROBERTS CREEK FUELS  Fir  $10  Inside  Fir  $12    ;  Bushwood  $ 8  Alder  $ 9  ?our wood as close as  phone  your  Phone 886-2369  COAL & WOOD  Alder $10  Maple, $12  Fir $12 delivered  Bone dry old growth fir, $14  Clean hand picked fir  millwobd, $10 y  Druroheller hard coal  $32 tori, $17 yx ton, $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per box  PHONE 886-9902  R. N. HASTINGS? North Rd.t  Gibsons  -  Modern 2 bedroom stucco home  plus guest cottage, 5 acres, parklike setting, year round trout  stream, lawn and garden, $14,500  full price.      -'"������;  Large village lot, neat 4 room  modern home, garage and work,  shop.   Full   price   $6,500,   some  ��� terms??. ?.y...yy'?:  Call  J.   Anderson,  885-2161 or  885-9565. ,Y?'?    ?;  SECHEL^*REALTY  & INSURANCE. AGENCIES  H.  O. DUFFY, AGENT;OWNER  Phone 885-2161, Box 155, Sechelt.  YFor    nice    residential,    smalJ  farms? businesses' or waterfront  ..properties from Roberts Creek .  Pender Harbour   and  for Insurance, Contact j  AGGETT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2065  days,;  or evenings :  C. King, 885-2066  E. Surtees 885-9303  Sales haye been good. If your  place is for sale please list it  with us.  West Sechelt, view lot on high;  way. $2,200.  Davis Bay,  2 bedroom   home,  ..$4,500. $1,000 down.  Listings  wanted.  EWART McMYNN  REAL ESTATE &  INSURANCE  Marine   Drive,   Gibsons  Phones:   886-2166,   Res.   886^2500  "A SIGN OF SERVICE"  Gibsons, Lot, 100' frontage, no  hills to  climb. $875 F.P.  ;      DIAL 2191  Cosy 3 rooms and utility on 66  lot.  $6,300 on  terms.  DIAL 2191  New homes building ���  2 lots  left, 65', $1175 easy terms.  DIAL 2191  H   B. GORDON  & KENNETT Ltd.  REAL ESTATE &   INSURANCE  Gibsons SecheU  886-2191 885-2013  200' frontage,   1%   acres  with  established well. $1650. \ .       ;}  Nicely wooded   5 acres,   govTd  . location, $1700.  K. BUTLER REALTY  1 Box 23, Gibsons, B.C."' - Y  ' Owned and  operated by   ����-  ' B. P.   (Kay) Butler  Phone 886-2000  PROPERTY FOR SALE  Waterfront property, 100' x 216\  store-fully equipped; 2 bedroom  house,? furnished; 1 cabin, furnished. Going east account illness. Bargain : for quick "buyer,  Immediate possession. ? Apply on  premises,  phone 886t9629.   - " Yf  Langdale view property, 75 ft. ,k  120: ft; deep, highway frontage.  Mrs. A. GiskeY2820 W. 44th Ave?,  Vancouver. Ph. AM 6-8267.        ??  Waterfront lot in West Sechelt.  128 ft. frontage, water available.  Ideal building lot. Apply1 J. E.  Parker, Sechelt, B.C.  3 acres, treed, on Roberts Creek  Lower Road, Lots 19 and 14. For  information Phone INgersoll 3-  3321 or write Mrs. Marrs, 1385  14th Ave., R.R. 2, Haney, B.C.-Y  Mountain view lot, Va acre, ready  to build on. $700. A. Simpkins,  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2132.    7 |  FOR RENT  Cottage at Selma Park. Warm,  newly decorated. $40 month. Ph.  885-9772. ;;.",���'..   Y  2 bedroom cottage, Roberts Ck.  Phone 886-2621.  4 room furnished cottage," djil  heat, hot water, $35 month. G6#-  er Point. Phone 886-9853.        X.i  3 room cabin, furnished. Phone  885-9565, Mission Point Motel,  Wilson Creek. ]','.  BOARD AND ROOM WANTED i  Elderly lady would like rooni  and board in vicinity of Sechelt.  Phone 885-2206. ^-  ���_____ __���; ir  MISC. FOR  SALE    Y ,T  Easy washing machine, good condition, $35. Phone. 886-2398.  *  Boat trailer with* winch, i200 1  cap.   $90.   Heldey,  Silver Sands,  Halfmoon Bay. '���  Kenmore oil heater. Ph. 886-2363;.  Kelvinator refrigerator, across  top freezer, Al condition? Cash.  886-2413.. .    -.,        ?    Y?  Canning fowl, 50c each. Swabey;'  Henry road. Phone 886-9657.   . --  Enterprise oil range, also 1 large  Coleman oil heater.   Phone 886-*  7759 after 5 p.m.  Freezer chest, 20 cu. ft., .woocl  case,j $75. Hedley, Silver Sands,  Halfmoon Bay.       " -lf s-. ( :  Charcoal broilers how in stock;  3 ice chests, less than wholesale  price;  2 .303 rifles.  Earl's in Gibsons     '*  886-9600  1 oil stove and 1 oil heater, both  in excellent condition. See No. 1  house, Forestry Station, Madeira  Park.  15 month old Viking washing machine. Selling because have automatic.   Phone 886-9615.  ROGERSYptuMBING  ' ;"..'��� sufepi_iES:'.^'  Gibsons '  Phone 886-2092  Wholesale. and Retail  11 reconditioned oil ranges, some  with new motors  arid 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     . $63  3 Frigidaire fridges       ; $79  2 Astral?fridges?.$37.50 and $42.50  All   fridges  guaranteed  Reconditioned used  toilet  complete $15  Special���  Elko glass lined electric tanks  No. 30 ���*���"��� $68  Usual guarantee  Small automatic electric range  like new; $5"  2 reconditioned Kemac oil  burners, only $3?  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.  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,   Sechelt.  Swap Gurney garbage burner foi  good oil heater. Phone 886-9318.  WANTED  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  AUTOS FOR SALE  '56 Dodge sedan, rebuilt motor  still on guarantee, best condition  throughout, price $1095. Call 886-  8600 or 886-9373 after  6  p.m.  1961 Econoline; 1950 Prefect, $95;  1954 Nash, radio & heater, $295.  M. Rigby, Phone 886-9686.  RADIO,  TV, HI-FI ~"  Expert antenna repairs and installations. Phone 886-2318.  ANNOUNCEMENTS ~ "  ~~~. PEDICURIST "  Mrs? F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop.  Phone 885-9778 for  appointment.  ''������������  Sewing  machine trouble?  Call the repair man, 886-2434.  WATKINS PRODUCTS  W. H. Kent, Gibsons, 886-9976  HARDWOOD FLOORS LAID  SANDING ��� FINISHING  TILE FLOORS  "JOHN-WALTON'>r  Roberts  Creek   P.O.  .  Phone 886-9642  ���S-Evi XZLSJi  Watch Repairs  & JEWELRY  MARINE  MEN'S  WEAR  Ph.  886-2116,  GIBSONS  Upright piano, $175? Phone 885-  2065 for appointment to see.  Bayview Thrift Store, across  from Legion, Selma Park. We  have enlarged our shop and have  a new stock of good used clothing from Vancouver. Dresses arid  coats like new, also children's  clothing. Put your name in box  for draw Thurs., Fri., and Sat.  Last draw, cup and saucer, won  by Steve Vesley? Wilson Creek.,  New gift articles, greeting cards  and used pocket novels. Any article of no further use to you will  be accepted and appreciated  Mrs. Dorothy Goeson, Ph. 885-9757  Radiant electric portable room  heater, CSA approved, like new,  $40; wardrobe trunk, $10. Phone  886-2544.  Oil heater, like new, heats,up, to  three rooms. Phone Mrs.Hulbert-.  885-9664. Y     " .yy ���;  Bulk carrots for sale at the farm.  Good for juice. G? Charman, Sechelt Highway. Ph.  886-9862.   y  Tree falling, topping or removing lower limbs for view. Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour. Phone  886-9946, Marven Volen*. .  ATTENTION ��� You need a dress  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.  Itor    guaranteed    watch    and  . jewelry    repairs,' see    Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work   done  on' the premises. tfn  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework���Alterations  and repairs  Phone 886-7734  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, Nortb Road.  DRESSED POULTRY for immediate use, canning or freezing?  6 birds at 29c lb., 12 birds at 27_  1b on orders to single party. No  calls Sundays please. Wyngaert  Poultry Farm, 886-9340.  Poultry manure available, A^!:  for delivered price. No calls Sundays,   please.  Wyngaert  Poultry  Farm, 886-9340.    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.,  Vancouver 6, B.C.  STANLEY PARTIES, Pender  "Harbour to Port Mellon. Contact  Phyllis   Emerson,   R.R.   1.   Se  chelt. Phone 885-9510.  Alcoholics* Anonymous Phone  Sechelt 885-9678 or write Box  584, Coast News.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky  Number  Sept. 29 ��� 70545, Purple  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY  &  DRY   CLEANING  FUR   STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or    in   Robert's   Creek,   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperhanging.   Phone   Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  Boom man. Apply; UniversalTiin-  ber Log  Co. Phone 886-2539?  "'PETS.: y  At stud, . Champion Samoyed  Prince Chinook of Thelma, available at 885-9565, Sechelt.  Church Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  '*��� . :        11:15 a.m., Matins   '  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  9:45 a.m., Holy Communion  11 a.m., Sunday School  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  7:30 p.m., Evensong  11 a.m., Sunday School  UNITED  Gibsons  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m., Sunday School  11 a.m-f Divine Service  Roberts Creek  2 p.m.,  Divine Service  Wilson Creek  11 a.m., Sunday School  3:30 p.m., Afternoon Service  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church Service 9:15 a.m.  1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays  Anglican Service 7:30 p.m.  1st Sunday of each month  Anglican Communion   9:30   a.m.  3rd Sunday of each month  ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary,  Gibsons, 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 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m., 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  PENTECOSTAL  Gibsons   ..  11 a.m., Devotional  10 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m.,. Evangelistic Service ?  TueS, 7:30 p mYBible Study-  Fri., -7:30 p.m., Young People  Sat., 7:30,,p.m., Prayer  Glad Tidings TaberaacTe  9:45 a.m:, Sunday School  11 a.m., Morning Worship  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Tuesday, 7.p.m., Prayer Meeting  Friday, 7:30 p.m., Rally  SPECIAL REPORT  The CBC television network  will carry a special report on the  second Vatican Ecuminical Council Oct. 11. The half-hour pro^-  gram will be built around special  reports which will, be sent to  Canada via the Teistar T.V. sat:  ellite earlier that day.  BAPTISM SERVICE  . The baptism of?Shelley,. Louise  and Ruby Dunham took place in  the Port Mellon Community  Church on Sunday, Oct. 7. The  Godparents from Nanaimo were  Mr. and Mrs. Heathorne, also  Mr. and Mrs: G. Legh of Port  Mellon.  Rev. Denis F. Harris, of St.  Bartholomew's Anglican Church  officiated. A reception was held  at the'home of MrYand Mrs. Dunham, and a toast was given by  Rev. Mr? Harris.  GRANT OF $50,003  The Children's Hospital of Vancouver has made a grant of  $50,000 to the University of British Columbia for the expansion  of the research program in UBC's  department of paediatrics. The  grant, which will be made over  a period of three years, will  largely be used to expand work  in.the field of ?genetics arid endo-  chrinology, according to Dr.  Bruce Graham, head of the paediatrics department.  CITY POPULATIONS  The city with the largest population in Canada is Montreal with  1,191,062 according to latest census figures. "-Next comes Toronto  with 672,407 with Vancouver third  at 384,522. Edmonton is fourth  with 281,027, Hamilton fifth with  273,991, Ottawa next with 268,206.  and Winnipeg seventh with 265,-  429.  GIBSONS  CHIROPRACTIC  CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  10 to 12 a.m. ��� 2 to 6 p.m.  Evening appointments  CLOSED WEDNESDAY  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  886-9843  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired  Drainage Fields Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  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  [CROSSWORD   + ���*>   *   By A. C. Gordon  1  ��  5"  0T  V I*"  1  8  ��>  lB_l<o 1  "  ���  IV  *** 1"* 1     1  tV  1  '*  n  i*  ^n  %o  ST"  \^  ���  ___���%*  *^  xs  Im  V|  _-_���**  ���v��  B  m  ..  1  if  mm.  ��*  ___HV4'  \%t  _6  it  r*  r9  ���Vo  Ml  MV  __H*9  p7  M*  H*  r* II  ��� '  -_  [_?���_-  T>  ______rM  ST  .1  ���  r*  _B_i  '   TIMBER  CRUTSING  K.   M.   Bell,   1975   Pendrell   St ,  Vancouver 5, Ph. 685-6863.  ACROSS  1-Island  9 - Mediterranean  laland  10 -U.S. tuotfan)  12 - TDsmttortB  33 - Bon-B- 56  33 - N����calY��_Jct_  27-LUatly  18-FruIt-  30 - Royal Nbr_v  treat (tU>.)  31 - Gompasadlmctlos  32 - ... aadtaofaeza  33 -Dl__p  35-Year, rn.Sps.ta.  26 - remtz-te--  28 ��� Native it anrient  /jrlatttc country  30-Witch (colloq.)  31 - M-Jcb for eaoler  opexatlox  32 - -Waterway*  3 _ - Sptol-f  37 - Sliver (chem.)  38 - Cotnpcura'dtrectloa  39 - . .l_in__itio_  40 - College degree  41 - Th_o_g_t  49 - Indic-atkra  47 -Citrusdrink  48 - Man'" nam*  50 - Agondol...    .'  51 - Scheme  52 - Euzopeaniattlas  S4-Pterce  56. Canadian city  (pos*.)  DOWN  1 - Saalypcrtl=Ie_C  2 - ... herring  3 - Latin "md"  4 - Flahere aC  lamprey*  HI_PJS?!(_lSlT*3ripl  _jy*_��n*__a__i-i eitoEJ  Hatnn - rir- hp_  anouaaH  BHaaae  eo(a .     ���-������ aaa ���  _J_iU_J_5E   __l__l_3_l_l  ti_i_fi__4_j man t^m  ntii-SlFi   UESU   Cl'lJtSU  EHBEB    ___3_li_5  Li___a__  3 - Frenchrtrer  (poas.)  _ . Eiclaatatlon  7 - A prongr  8 ��� E__ijuilo  9 - SeaaMaswUa.  city (posw.)  11 - Bahan-m islxad  12 - Weathercock:  34-lT.S. a_tte(abbj  16 - Twofold  IS -Equallty*  19 ��� Declare  f 22 - State of ths U.S.'  24 - To a__Ia  27 - Mimeral  29-Ro��aamr:2/  32 - Gaxcuat  33 - Meadow  .  . 35 -.Bro��lc_-t  36 - Eaco-rage  42 - To faatc-  4--ltaMa^I^.".,<���  jams  45 - German!-a.  (chem.)  46 - ... .whllo  47 - Oh, the  pity of izl  49 - Depressed  51 - Mrs. Swajj.  S3 - P.omaia 99?  55 - Italian rlv^r 6       Coast News, Oct. 11,  1962.  Roy MacDonald  top scouter  "Brigadier W. G. H. Roaf, provincial commissioner, provincial  council for British Columbia and  the Yukon, Boy Scouts of Canada,  announces the appointment of  Roy A. MacDonald as regional  commissioner for the new Fraser  Valley region which is to be in-  2.  I_  A. Simpkins  BRICKLAYER  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2132  FIRE  PLACES  of  BRICK  or  STONE  This new region which will encompass a 6,000 Scout popula-  augurated at the Royal Towers  Hotel, New Westminster, on Nov.  tion, stretches from New Westminster to Hope, B.C. and will  ���: administer to the 20 Scouting, dis-  tricts of. the Fraser Valley, including the Sunshine. Coast area.  Born in Kamloops, B.C., Mr.  MacDonald became a Cubmaster  in Burnaby in 1949, and has since  held the positions of district cubmaster and district commissioner  in New Westminster/Very active  in leader training, Mr. MacDonald is also a member of the Canadian and international training  teams, presently, . holding the.  Honorable Charge of Akela lead-  er.  Mr. MacDonald, who has an  upholstery business in New Westminster, has devoted much of his  time to serve Scouting through  the years. _____  Children are quick to follow,  examples set by older people, so  set a good example yourself by  obeying the traffic and pedestrian rules.  FOR MODEST BUDGETS  SECHELT THEATRE  Fri., Sat., Mon. Oct. 12, 13 & 15  SHIRLEY MacLAINE DEAN MARTIN  ALL IN A NIGHT'S WORK  (Technicolor)  Starts at 8, out at 10 p.m.  WHEEL OF FORTUNE ��� MONDAY NIGHTS  BACKHOE & LOADER  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT NYGREN   -   Ph. 886-2350  The Corporation of the Village of Sechelt  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  ANNUAL LIST OF VOTERS  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will sit  at the Municipal Hall, Sechelt, on the first day of November  next from the hour of ten o'clock until the hour of twelve  o'clock in the 'morning; for the purpose of hearing and determining any application on the part of any person to be added to the list of Voters, and remove any names incorrectly  placed thereon.  The List of Voters as corrected and revised by the  Court of Revision shall be that used at the Annual Municipal  Election to be held in the month of December 1962.  E. T. RAYNER, Clerk.  Ask  '���y$k.  &  Ltd.  Phone YU 8-3443  WE'LL TELL YOU ABOUT THE MANY ADVANTAGES OF  ESSO OIL HEATING  For a Wonderful  World of Warmth  CALL  YOUR f ��SSCO HEATING  EQUIPMENT DEALER  �� engineered  specifically  for your  .?   heating  requirements  0 convenient  budget terms  and  0 free life  insurance  0 up to 6 years  to pay   ?  5% Down - Balance at 5V2%  simple int.  Always look to IMPERIAL for the best  DUKES & BRADSHAW Ltd.  1473 Pemberton Ave., North Van. ��� YU 8-3443  Dan Wheeler, Gibsoifis-886-9663  Ted ICurluk, Sechelt - 885-4455  SEE OR  PHONE  Design No. 1157-BC (copyright No. 117093)  Halfmoon Bay notes  (By PAT WELSH)  The Sunday before Thanksgiving 1962 will probably go down  as one of the wildest and stormiest on the Sechelt Peninsula. The  rain came down in torrents*, the  trees, harried by the windo bent  almost in two, the golden leaves  fluttering to earth in veritable  clouds while heavy seas battered the coast spraying the rocks  with a barrage of water 30 or  more feet high. A wonderful  scene and awesome too.  Most summer homes in this  area were occupied by their  owners, families and friends.  Dads hauled in.boats and mooring buoys, the young fry collected treasures to take home and  Mom fussed over the kitchen  stove with pumpkin pies and turkey.  But the rain stopped, the wind  died down and the sun.came out  in all his glory for a brief spell  in the late afternoon putting everyone in a happy frame of mind  to enjoy the Thanksgiving dinner and to thank God for the  blessings bestowed. j  Redwell Guild met Wed., Oct.;?  3 at the Tinkley home to make|  braided and woven rugs which?;  will be sold in aid of St. Mary's.?  Hospital.   . Yy  On Wed., Oct. 17 the Halfmoon?  -Bay PTA will hold a tea and sale|  of home baking from two to.fourf  o'clock at the home of Mrs. R ?  Doyle. Everyone is welcome and;  proceeds will go to the school?  children's Christmas party.  Mrs. *R. Greggs and Mrs. Wy  Grundy are at home after spend- {  ing the past month in Montreal.?  The Johnny Simpsons and?  George came up for the weekend,?  their, dinner guests on Sunday,];  Mrs. G. B? Simpson and Mrs. P.I  WelshY?: ?:-������'-      ?t  Mr??-ah6 Mrs? Doug Naud had f  a houseful of guests for the holi- f  day, while Mr. and Mrs. F. Lyons has as guests her sister Mrs.  H. Turnbull, Mrs. Bess Parker  and Mrs. Ruby Breeze, Sechelt,  and Joyce and Charlie Stewart  of Prince George, formerly of  Selma Park.  Mrs. P. Meikle is home after  a sojourn in St. Paul's Hospital.  The Jack Morgans have returned from Seattle where they visited the Worlds Fair.  Mr. and Mrs. Chris Dalton's  small dog partook of some apparently poisonous yellow toadstools while wandering around  the garden and was discovered  dead soon afterwards.  At their summer homes were  Dr. and Mrs. H. Caple, Bruce  and Kippy; the Harold Merilees,  the Chris Daltons, Mr. and Mrs.  Chris Taylor and sons, the Gordon Cruises and children, ��� the  Wrights and Birrells with families, Dr. and Mrs. J. Payne and  children, Mr. and Mrs. Lome Ryan, Michael, David and Robert,  Mr. and Mrs. Alan Greene and  daughters Erin and Kerry, all  members of the Hunt clan and  Mr. and Mrs; Stuart Lefeaux with  Ruth and Peter.       ���  Mr. and Mrs. Van Snelienburg  of Vancouver who have been  spending the last" week at the Bill  Thom cottage, drove to Powell  j?River,-iacc<)mpanied. by; Mrs. G.  ?B. Simpson. They: were* "amazed  !at the growth of Westview and  the many lovely homes there.  THEY KNOW  WOOD  Men who get their living from  the soil know the importance of  wood for their homes and fencing. Wood resists both heat and  cold and is the ideal > building  material for all sorts of farm  structures from poultry houses  to the most modern types of  dairy barns.y /  ��&wi*\NuJbTb  AAJUCML*  844���CUDDLE-PET QUARTET -��� just 2 pieces plus ears Jor each  pet. Use scraps of print, plaid, plain fabrics in gay colors. Pattern  pieces for 4 toys (kitten not shown'*.  555���BABY SAMPLER ��� a heavenly gift for a new mom and one  she'll treasure always. Baby will love birds, fluffy clouds. Transfer  of embroidery 12x16 inches; 60 names.  645���LACY PINEAPPLE TRIO ��� easy-crochet. Largest serves as  TV   doily  or centerpiece, medium as mat, small on tray. Doilies,  21x31 inches; 13V_x20 and 8x4 in No. 30.  THIRTY-FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each  pattern to Laura Wheeler, care of Coast News, Needlecraft Dept.,  60 Front St. West Toronto, Ont. Ontario residents add lc sales tax.  Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME and ADDRESS.  NEWEST RAGE ��� Smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog ��� just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt.  Plus free pattern. Send 25c.  A compact and functional design for the home builder who has to  watch his investment, this is a house that has been planned for economical construction.The interior boasts all the amenities required  by the average family. Note? the L-shaped living dining area, -with  the outside wall fireplace, and the sliding door an the dining area  for-the sun deck? Kitchen is efficient and economically planned, with  a good sized eating area, for family dining. Bathroom has a large  vanity, and there is-ample closet space in each bedroom. Open stairwell leads to a.full basement with 'future recreation room and storage arid laundryY'���'"���'���*���*? : --;''���������������:.,.. .    ,  -..���;.���..  .  - ,  Although? practical in design; the appearance of this home with its  ornamental hand railing, horizontal siding, large windows and landscaping is handsome, and it lends itself best to a sloping lotto take  advantage of the deck over the carport. Complete the carport making i.t into a full garage where the climate indicatesthis kind of protection? '"''.,   ". . ' a ���.'"':'���'������. .  Blueprints may be obtained from the Building Centre (B.C.) Ltd.,  96 Kingsway, Vancouver 10, and are designed for N.H.A. financing.  Write for a free plan book ��� enclose k25c to cover cost of mailing  and handling.       ^ :  =_  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  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  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 886-77^1  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  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  ,���  '   at?.  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100  STOCKWELL & SONS  LTD.  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe   and   front  end   loader  work.   Screened  cement gravel, fill and road gravel.  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing,'Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps  Air  Compressor,  Rock  Drill  Concrete Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  or Phone Mel Hough, 886-2414  SCOWS     ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  NEWMAN PLUMBING  &, HEATING  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  Phone 886-9678  See us for all your knitting re-:  quirements.    Agents   for   Mary  Maxim Wool. - -.,...  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  Y        Phone'886-9353  COLES IRON WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  RAILINGS & POSTS  Fire screens & accessories  Custom Furniture,  Patios  Fibreglass awnings  Open evenings and weekends  Phone 886-9842  Marshall's Plumbing  Heating & Supplies  Ph. 886-9535, 886-9690 or 886-2442  Hojne and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating    .  Radios. Appliances,   TV Service  Hoover Vacuum Cleaners  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  ��� ���  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886 9543  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  AGENT  FIRE, AUTO & GENERAL  INSURANCE  Phone 886-2191  H. B. Gordon & Kennett  Limited  Gibsons Box 19  "A Sign of Service"  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 ���  PLUMBIS*  **  Complete installation  Quick efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  COMMERCIAL   & DOMESTIC  REFRIGERATION  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  John Hind-Smith  Phone 886-9949  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS  ���.-   P.O. Box 37,  Gibsons  1334 West Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5 Ph. MU 4-3611  SMITH'S  HEATING  CHIMNEY  &  OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialist  Kitchen  Cabinets  Office and Store Fixtures  Custom Home Furnishings  Repairs and Refinishing  Quality Material & Workmanship  Guaranteed  R.   BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phorie 886-2551  ���������mmmmmmll���     ��� I   ��� ��������� ���m��mmmm----Wm^m--wm--mm  OPTOMETRIST  ROY SCOTT  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  I ���     ���i zsz  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  Richter's Radio - TV  Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record Bar   Phone 885-9777  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC^LTD.  SECHELT  Phone 885-206- Coast News ,Oct. 11, 1962.      7  A PERFECT START  Five-pin bowling ace Bobby Anderson is off to. a flying start in  his bid to qualify for CBC-TV's  Bowling series, which starts Sat.,  Oct. 6 at 3:30 p.m. In a recent  elimination tourney to determine  qualifiers, Anderson rolled a perfect 450 game at O'Connor Bowl,  site of the TV series.  By Syms   Bank ads win award  WOOD CARVING  Every   civilization   has  used  Beauty - Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885--D525  Tues. to Sat.  HAIRSTYLING  .    designed just for you y  COLDWAVING ��� COLORING  MICKEYiiGQEr    -  Member'  ���   " ������  , Pi'ofessional 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-G497  DOWN  BUYS  CANADA  BOND  AT  BUY YOURS  FOR CASH  OR BY  INSTALMENTS  DOWN PAYMENT OF 5%-  $2.50 FOR A $50 BOND,  $5 FOR A $100 BOND, ETC.  BALANCE IN-  EASY INSTALMENTS  OVER A YEAR  JJani* 6f  WpiHHNfi WITH CANADIANS  IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE SINCE 1817  'fYou'll hardly believe it  . . . but h�� lihderstands  every wprd we're saying.?  "Izzat so . . . should we  change the subject."  DJM  '���See the pretty leaves, Mummy! Why. are they so red?"  There is no end to a child's  questions! It is small wonder  that v the miracle of the trees  .changing tjigirfgreen foliage to  red and yellow fills them with  amazement. By the time . they  start to school they want to'find  out how Nature withdraws the  nourishment f*rom the leaves and  stores it in the roots for use in  the winter months. But to the  little boy or girl the feel of the  frosty air, and the golden sunshine and the gay colors is joy  enough.  One of the characters :n "Chez  Nous" says regretfully:? "Ah;  Why have I lost the eyes of childhood! "  -.'���������..._*..*.:���#  Parents   who  take their child  for a walk in the woods can almost re-capture a child's delight  in the   color of the out-of-doors.  Their ramble must be a leisurely, happy occasion. No one, child  or adult,  can drink in beauty in  a hurry. W. H. Davies. knew this  when he wrote:  "What is life if full of care    .  We have no time to stand and  ��� . ' stare!" 'yTYY  Y Anyone who watches one  hill-  iside will see the gradual transformation of the trees each day.  After a sharp night's frost, suddenly great bright splashes of red  appear on the rich leafy mosaic.  * The different hues of the 'maple  ��� scarlet, crimson, red, gold and  amber make it perhaps the most  dramatic   of all the trees.  Anyy  one gazing at a maple -will agreed  that no mistake was made when?  its leaf was chosen as our national emblem. No wonder Bliss Car.  man exclaimed:     ;  ? -  '���And one, in gown of scarlet,  The first-beloved- of rall,  Still tells me tales; of glory  When Autumn days befall."  . *       *   ;:";'* Yy  A Canadian met a friend ia  London, England, and said, "It  always* does something to me to  see a maple leaf! ��� I remember  all the bright red and yellow maple leaves I collected. as a kid  in a little village in Ontario, _  pressed and .waxed them. I never could keep them quite as  bright a color as when they first '  fell on the ground ��� but it was  fun trying!"  We Canadians have a wonderful variety of maples throughout  our land and the other trees haye  their own peculiar charm. The  yellow.of the elms and the birches, the bronze of-the beeches, the  flaming red of the sumac bushes  on the rocky edges, all catch the  eye and fill the heart with wonder. How the dark green, of the  evergreens stands out in shar  contrast to the bright shades of  the deciduous trees! The graceful  shapes of the different trees are'  ���accentuated by the ' variation in  color.. '.".-...  ,_....#.-  * .-, * X .. '.  The pasture land is often green  right up until the snow covers  it, but the other fields, shorn of  harvest, have strange and lovely  hues. A traveller in -the autumn  on a trans-Canada train said,  "The prairie fields are like giant  sheets, and those in eastern Canada by comparison, are like pocket handkerchiefs. But, east or  west, they are all dyed with colors which make one long for a  paint brush!" Perhaps it is th.  very wealth of cblqr .which lures  so many amateur artists out of  doors.  The autumn sky at dawn and  sunset is something to be watch  ed with delight. Across this vast  dome, the birds are starting their  long journey to the south. No one  can help but pause and gaze with  amazement at the swift; orderly  flight of the feathered folk. Listen  for the soft whirr of many wings  and the low "Honk! Honk!" of  the Canada geese or the quack  of the ducks. -v -v  A new Canadian from Holland  said: "I have asked for one holiday week? in October, so that I  can take a trip aiid see-the* colored leaves. I arrived too late last  year to see them and I know !  missed a lot."  We cannot all go on holiday  week's trip, but all of us can  make at'least one expedition to  the country. So many of us take  the autumn colors so for granted  that  we   hardly   see  them.   We  By   Nancy  Cleaver  Copyxigh-ed  might as well be blind for all the 1  dint they make onus!  Helen Keller, in her  essay on ���  "Three  Days to See'  mentioned  one of the experiences which she-  covets is a walk in the woods. If?  we   had    "Three   Days   Without  Sight" we would have a new appreciation  of  the   shades,   dark  and light,' all around us, particu--  larly out of doors. V :y  No country has a monopoly on  beauty in any season, arid we  Canadians can appreciate this  translation from a Japanese poet'  who wrote thus of "Autumn Magic:".; ...  "Valley   and'hill,   where'ere   I  glance, the same  Glory  of   Colbr!   Surely Autumn  weayes  A  Spell?-to'set  the  very  Wind  aflame  With Gold and Scarlet  of  thralling leaves."  Top rating among Canada's  eight chartered banks has been  given to the Bank of Mdritreal for  its advertising, according to a  survey of financial advertising  conducted by Vincent Edwards  and Co., New York.  The B of ;M also ranks sixth  among the 15,000 banks in North  America, as reported in the annual "Bank Ad-Views" review of  Canadian and U.S. financial advertising.  The Bank of America (San  Francisco) placed first among all  North American banks.  With the exception of only three  years in the past 17,, the B of'M  has been rated first* among Canadian banks in the Bank Ad-'  Views survey and has received  a Socrates Award each year. In  1946   and   1954,   the   bank  rated  first in North America and received the Socrates High Award  of the Year.  The B of M's new advertising  award follows the winning of an  award of excellence in the PR in  Print awards program, of the  Canadian Public. Relations society, for its currency guide prepared for use by~ travellers to the  Caribbean asea.  byWJIIijFofbw  The mo of mat*  rimonyboplac*  wfiero: the ovtr*  aga man fvss ��  Hicirdt time fc��*p.  ing hit head  obov* wafer.  wood carving as a medium of  artistic expression and some of  their earliest works have been  handed down to us in an almost  perfect state of preservation.  -'���;������  ROY  SCOTT  ���*-.*���  "  Doctor of Optometry  For Appointment  836-2166  -,  .     ';   -  Every Thursday  Bal Block  Gibsons-  WEALTH IN  WOOD  In British Columbia the forests  contribute almost 50 cents out of  every primary resource industry  dollar. In Canada as a, whole  they account for a third of the  wealth' that flows.from: farms,  forests, fisheries, furs and mines.  They support the entire:.. edifice^  of,: all Canadian trade arid commerce. ,-...'   *-.-.  Fer all your1 Heating needs call  T.NGLEY'S WHEAT  & SERVICE  Expert service on all repairs to oil stoves,  heaters and furnaces  New installations of warm air or hot water heating,  ;���'   ' tailored: to your needs    ?;  ���    -;        'yy.;   >.:*"  Your choice of financing plans  P.O. B0X417 Phone: 885-9636  SECHELT,?B.C. ....   or 885^9332  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.  90% 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 and technicians  .are workingto improve present products and  to develop new ones. Their research covers  many fields, from gasolines to household  detergents. At Calgary, Imperial research  personnel are exploring means to find and  produce moreCanadian crude oil and natural  gas. Imperial does more "research than all  other oil companies m Canada combined.  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST  tsso 8       Coast  News, Oct. 11,   1962.  Don't pass a stopped school  bus from either side; wait until  the bus has?closed its doors arid  started up again.  MICKEY COE  Member  Professional Salesmen's  YClub  Falcon  Fairlane  Galaxie  Trucks  Thunderbird  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bus. Telephone Res.  AM 6-7111    BR 7-6497  Sechelt News  (By Mrs. A. A. FRENCH)  At the' regular meetings of the  Auxiliary to the Sechelt branch,  Royal Canadian Legion, Mrs;  Bessie Black was received as a  new member. Auxiliary members  were entertained by the Powell  River auxiliary when 15 members went from Sechelt and met  their new district representative,  Mrs. Kenneth Wells. They were  royally entertained, a wonderful  lunch was served and a very informative meeting followed.  GEESE PASS SOUTH  About 50 geese flying southwards were noted'at 3.20 p.m. on  October 6 by John Atlee-sr. He  has been keeping an eye on migrating birds for some time,  Bids Wanted  For clearing and burning approximately  10 acres at Brothers' Memorial Park-  Park Road, Gibsons.  ALL Bros MUST BE IN BY OCT. 13, 1962  Contact C. P.  Ballentine at 886-2559  ���   .     . /  881      880      880      880     880  We are Repeating  BOWLING  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEYS  (By ORV MOSCRIP)  Ladies League: Harriet Duffy  645  (229).   ?     y :  ?v  Pender: Ev Klein 648 (269),  Roy Dusenbury 600.  Peninsula Commercial: Eileen  Evans 641 (301), Dick Clayton  707 (280). .;.-"���������'.?.:  -Sports Club:   Rudy Crucil  652-  (281), Lil. MeCourt 751  (292)  Lil  Butler  278,   Dorothy; Smith 291,  255, Elsie Johnson 251.  Ball & Chain: Ron Whyte 667  (288), Charlie Mittlesteadt 671,  Sue Woods 557.       , y     i  Pee Wees: Alan Hemstreet 298  (154), Jimmy Eldred 161, Rita  Ono 244  (140)? '"������������:'...-*"���<  Juniors: Susan Read 527 (188)  Kerry; Eldred 203, Ray Moscrip  526 (231).  Ladies Ten Pins: Verna Erick-.-  son 394, Aileen Bystedt 150..  Men's Ten Pins (A): Pelle  Poulsen 513 (220), Lawrence  Crucil 211, Harry Robertson 212. <  Men's   Ten   Pins   (B):   Roger  Hocknell  538   (200),   Ken   Skytte ,  494 (203).  E&M BOWLADROME  (By ED CONNOR)  .'���'**  our  ��� ���  Prc-lli risl in ii n  with a large selection of 88�� toys  Any 6 items $5  Howe Sound 5-10 & 15c Store  GIBSONS ��� Phone 886-9852  SALE STARTS THURS., OCT. 11th  Team high three of 3066 rolled  by  the  Pencil  Pushers  and  team high single . of 1137 rolled  by. the  Blowers   of ; the   Men's -  League this.weej_.  League  Scores:  S.C.L.:    Lucky    Strikes    2549,  Pinsetters   887.   J.   Lowden  698, :  J. Larkman 667 (286).  Gibsons B: Gnomes 2770 (951) i  I. Plourde 678 (280), E. Connor  X 662 (289), J. Lowden 621, T. Van-  derhorn  250,  M.   Robertson   650  ? (256). -' *       /  iTues.   Coffee:   Blpwouts' 1941  (721). A, Sneddon  531, V? Boyes  ���510, L.  Carroll 600.  Merchants:   Jim's   T.V.    2798,  (1101). H. Simpson 618 (246), J.  Harrison   607,   B.    Nimmo    670,  (288), L. Campbell  632  (258), I.  ?'Plourde   629   (255),   J.  Larkman  -630,    J.    Walton    658    (266),    J.  Whyte 683 (286), D. Kendall 620.  Gibsons A: Midway 2977 (1107)  G. McLean 641 (266), B. Phillips  , 263,  H.  Thorburn 602,   H.  Winn  681- (244), D. Mason 617,: D? Bai-  ;-ley 254, G. Connor 697 (306).  Y  '���-���  Ladies: Gibson Gals 2400, Lucky Strikes 903. L. McKay 535, R.  Rhodes 514 (303), E. Herrin 552,  D. Gust 547: >  .      ,  Teachers   Hi:    Hopefuls    2620  (969).  J.  Lowden 641   (263),   P.  MacDonald   607   (250),   Sig  Rise  : 688. (248,,261), E. Cartwright 668,  E: Yablonski 674 (248).-  Commercials:     Luckies     2825  I (1035). E. Fisher 258, J. Lowden  J 740 (293), J: Drummond 628 (256)  Port  Mellon:   Desperados 2593  ��� (1013).   G.   Christianson  263,   E.  i Sherman .663   (291),  R. Godfrey  ���778 (247, 322).  BaU & Chain: Spitfires, 2815,  < (1091). L. Carroll 262, D, Carroll  ,.,609, A. King 622 (288), S. Butler  266, R. Wiren 677 (281).  \    Men:    Pencil    Pushers    3066,  Blowers 1137. F. Hicks 662 (270),  E. Connor 614 (275), A. Sabo ,624,  J. Whyte 773 (320), J. Wiren 734  * (342),  R.  Johnson  608  (256),  N.  Wolansky 636, D. Kendail 639, J.  : Drummond 614, S. Rise 614 (255)  B. Morrison 705 (321, 254).  Juniors: Jim Westell 134, 170,  Bonnie Thorburn 137, 157.  TIMBER  USED  WIDELY  Virtually every kind of human  activity- involves the use of timber" in* one form or another. Even  the** miracles    of    science    and  chemistry have not produced a  substitute that combines the  durability, strength, resilience  and beauty of , man's oldest  standby ��� wood./    ?'  CANADA  12sju| q��^ or -for cosfc  3l cirttj brondv of i^V&fS  Ths is your LAST opportunity, to see the  SEATTLE WORttD FAIR  By popular request!a second and final  DAY - EXCURSION 4 being organized to  the World Fair on SATURDAY, OCT. 20  Low Return Fare of $10-061 brings you right to the gates   -     -.*���    ..-u-..    #--'.Y  ���       v?;.. .,.'.--, .",,  Lv., Sechelt.5:00 a.m., Gibsons 5:30 a.m.  For information and. reselfvation:  Contact. HANIp BARENDREGT  Phohe: 8^5-2217  REMEMBER: Fairlcloses October 21 St  Mrs.TlicmrM an  nounces she will be carrying on Her late husband's  business in real estate and  general insurance  SALESMEN  William (Bill) Coffey; Insurance .  ?J.  W.   (Jack)  Anderson, Real Estate  R. B. (Bob) Kent, Office Manager  SECHELT REAL ESTATE  & INSURANCE AGENCIES  Phone 885-2161  Rexall  Original  THURS. OCT. 18  thru SAL 27  Phone 886-2023  Gibsons, B.G.  Phone 885-2134  Sechelt, B.C.  VALUES FOR THE FAMILY  Reg. 79c  Children's SHAMPOO, 5 oz. (in Poly Bottle)    2/80��  Reg. 75c  REXALL BABY OIL, 6 oz ....? 2/7*8^  Reg. 35c   REXALL HEALING HAND SOAP     ............. 2 /36tf  Reg. 25c  card HELEN CORNELL BOBBY PINS,  60's,  (Black or Brown)       ... 2 cards 26<��  Reg. 95c  ALMOND BLOOM CREAM with HONEY, 6 oz. 2/96��*  Reg.  Reg.  Reg.  Reg.  Reg.  Reg.  Reg.  REXALL  FIRST-AID  SPECIALS  Adhesive Tape (Waterproof)  39c   ROLL  (i/_"x5 yds.)   95c  ROLL (3 widths, %," i_," %"x5 yds.)  Bandages and Gauze (Sterilized)  59c GAUZE BANDAGE (2"x 10 yds.) .....  89c GAUZE BANDAGE (4"x 10 yds.) .  59c  SURGICAL GAUZE (1 yd. square)  Cotton and Cotton Squares  39c  ABSORBENT COTTON, 1 oz   60c   COTTON SQUARES,  SO's (2"x 2")  ��� ��� ��� . ��� i  _����������������*:  2/40^  2/96-fJ;  2/60��*  2/90tf  2/60tf  2/40*  2/61��fr  AMERICAN BEAUTY COSMETICS  Reg. 1.25  PERFUME,   2   dram  2/1-26  Reg. 1.75  COLOGNE,  2y2 oz. 2/1-76  Reg. 2.50 AEROSOL MIST COLOGNE, 2 oz 2/2-51  Reg. 1.25  HAND LOTION, 6 oz 2/1-26  Reg. 1.19  Gardenia "COLD" or "VANISHING'? CREAM 2/120  Christmas  GIFT TIES AND WRAPS ,   10c  Cascade Christmas Ribbon, 7/16"x9 feet ........ 2/ll����  25c  Cascade Ribbon, assorted colors and stripes, .  9/16"xl5 feet     ������ ........................... 2/26i_?  50c  Cascade Christmas Ribbon, will stick to itself when  moistened & may be split to any width, %"x22 ft. 2/514*  98c    Cascade Sock of Ribbons, Poly stocking, containing 5 star  bows and 5 matching (6 ft.) ribboiis, assrt colors 2 /9&4b  CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS  25c   Icicles, Silver Lead Foil, Cello Wrapped    .. 2/26<��  29c   Tinsel Garland, Silver, 1V_//x9 feet in poly bag2/30^;;  1.00 New Vinyl Garland, Silver, 15 ft., Tarnish-proof 2/l.Olri  39c   Christmas Corsage or Package Decoration ...... 2/51*^  49c   New Prickly Vinyl Ball Tree Ornaments, 2>W'   ������ 2^50^  1.50 Glass Ornaments (6 balls, 6 reflectors) or (12 decorated  balls) in box 2/1-51  CHRISTMAS CARDS ��� TAGS ��� SEALS  98c   "Cascade" Box, new style, 18 assorted cards 2/90  1.00 "Winter Scenes" Box Christmas Cards, 14 attractive, non-  tarnishable cards with glitter finish     2/1-01  1.50 "Solid Pak" Box, 18 elegant tall and slim cards and  19 envelopes ^  2/1-51*^  25c Tags and Seals, 100 assorted pieces in cello  envelope  2/26&  yy COUGH AND COLD NEEDS  Reg. S9c ��� ANALGESIC BALM, 1 V_  oz.    ........  Reg. 89c   BRONCHIAL SYRUP, 6 oz. ... ....  Reg. 98c   COLD CAPSULES, 25's   JReg,#9c  LIQUID CHEST RUB, 2 oz.    ..........  Reg.-98c  NASAL SPRAY, ���% oz.     ..........  *�������������������  2/90^  2/90��  2/994  2/90#  2/99^  '.- ������ SAVE ON STATIONARY  Reg. 35c  DELRAY HASTI-NOTES, (12 Semi-Notes and  Y 12  Ertvelopes)       . ��� ��� 2/36^  Reg. 60c  DECORATED NOTELETS (14 Folded Sheets and  .14  Envelopes) ��� ��� ������������ 2/61����  WRITING PADS ���Three styles ��� Ruled, Plain, Airmail  Reg. 15c  BELMONT, Note size, Ruled 46 sheets    ...... 2/16^  Reg. 15c REXALL AIR MAIL, Note size, light weight 2/16^  Reg. 35c  UNIQUE, Letter size, Linen finish, 50 sheets   2 /36����  PENS AND PENCILS  Reg.   7c  Rexall LEAD PENCILS (Assorted Colors)    .... 2/8^  Reg. 50c   "REX" BALL POINT PEN 2/514-  Reg. 25e "BELMONT" BALL POINT PEN REFILLS .. 2/264  Reg. 98c   STUDENTS* CRAYON PENCIL SET  (12 wood-covered colored pencils) .2/994  SAVE ON ENVELOPES  Reg. 15c Rexall "BLUE-LINED," 3%'W Pkg- of 21 2/164  Reg. 15c "Rexall" LINEN FINISH, 3V8"x5%," Pkg. of 20 2/164  Reg. 25c Rexall "AIR MAIL," S%"x6��/_," Pkg: of 20    2/264  REXALL  HALIBUT LIVER OIL CAPSULES  2 Min. (with added Vitamin D)  50\s���Reg. 1.19    ... 2/1-20  100's���Reg.  1.89  2/_L90  250*s���Reg. 3.79      2/3-80  150's���Reg. 2.98  2/2-99  (with Vitamin B12)  REXALL  VITAMIN   &  MINERALS   TABLETS  Each tablet contains 8 important  Vitamins and 8 Minerals  50's���Reg. 2.49     ������ 2/2-50  100's���Reg. 4.49     2/4-50  250's���Reg. 8.98 2/8-99  REXALL  COD LIVER OIL  Reg. $1.00 ��� 2/1-01  REXALL  MIJLTI-VITAMIN FORMULA  10 TONIC  (16 ozs.)  Liquid Vitamins with B12,  Liver and Iron���Stimulates  appetite  Reg. 2.95  2/296  REXALL  KLENZO TOOTH BRUSHES  Reg. 50c each ��� 2/514  ADRIENNE HAND  LOTION  Helps skin to be soft and lovlier  4 oz.-rReg. 98c    .......... 2 /904  8 oz.���Reg, 1.39   ........... 2/1-441  ���    " '��� j '   "���������:. f  ADRIENNE SPRAY HAIR NET  With Lanolin  5 oz.���Reg. 1.49  11 oz?���Reg. 1.99  2/1-50  2/2 00  Non-slip  gripping surface  KLENZO RUBBER: GLOVES  Reg. 1.65 pair, Velvety lining  2/1-66    ���"���������";  Ladies' and Men's Leather  "SUTTON PARK" BILL FOLDS  Reg. 5.00 ��� 2/5-01  Also .Reg. 3.50 styles 2/3.51  BONUS    BUYS  For quick shaving  BACHELOR AEROSOL SHAVE CREAM ���  Reg. 89c value ��� NOW ONLY 59*_>  Rexall ��� 3-tube pack  Rexall ��� 3-tube pack TOOTH. PASTE  Reg. 1.89 Value ��� NOW ONLY L09  5 oz.  NOT ON OUR lc SALE PLAN  BUT VALUES TO GOOD TO MISS!  ALUMINUM CHRISTMAS TREE  Stands 6 feet tall ��� complete with stand  Reg.  13.95 Value!   NOW ONLY 9-79  Rexall MOTH FUME CRYSTALS ��� (16 oz. tin)  Protect clothes from moths and larvae  Reg. 69c Value ��� NOW ONLY 49^  PRESCRIPTION  5-P E_IALIS;S  6T5ECHELT (fm CIBSOMSCA

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