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Array Pr&viaeta I Ltbrary���  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, Number^ 48, December 13, 1962.  7c per copy  A COMPLETE LINE  OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine  Men's  Wear  Ltd.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  Sechelt plans  parking bylaw  Lack of regulation in car park,  mg in Sechelt has resulted in Sechelt's municipal council deciding to tackle a parking bylaw,  when the 1963 council starts its  work.  This was'decided at the meeting of council on Wednesday  night of last week when parking  problems were discussed in a  general way. Councillors were of  the opinion it was becoming necessary now that part of the main  Big Day  Gibsons meeting urges  school centralization  chopping area is lined with curbs  dividing the roadway and sidewalk. Some motorists ignore the  curbs and park on the sidewalk  area.  Among other matters council  tackled was the {Racing of two  street lights on Porpoise Bay  road, supporting Powell River in  its drive towards a ferry operating between Powell .Stiver and  probably' Comox and for the village archives,, photos of the fire  department and'also the village  council. There are some original  members on both and it was felt  now was the time to have a record kept of this.  S��Um  HELPFKHTlhT  ^CHRISTMAS SEALS  Saturday One license  Don't forget your date for Saturday at 1:30 p.m. when you are  to attend the Santa Claus prize-  draw at the Christmas tree close  to the old post office "on School  road, in Gibsons;        *���".- aa' '���/���  Not only will Santa beYavaiK  able to make the draw for '��� 12  prizes offered by merchants of  Gibsons but carol singing with  Job's Daughters taking part will  be a highlight.?  The Christmas tree, work of  Gibsons Volunteer Fire department was prepared by members  of the brigade who volunteered  and put in something ilike"-. ? la-  hours of work finding the tree,  erecting it and adding decorations. Gibsons merchants are  grateful for the help the firemen  have offered.  Last Saturday - afternoon the  Elphinstone school band, Jobies  and Santa'Claus made a tour of  the shopping area and Santa  greeted all the youngsters while  the band arid choristers provided  musical accompaniment.  number  British * Columbia's commercial  iishermen?will have only one .fashing licence number a year in future, 1 the Department? of Fisheries: of YQanada announced. The  new ;jpolicyybecomes:; effective  January 1, 196i3rPreviously, each  licence .obtained by the fishermen  had a different number.'  Licencing regulations remain'  the same- requiring fishermen to  obtain a separate licence for each  type of fishing gear or fishery.  However, under the new system  each licence will have the same  number as the first one issued.  This number, must be displayed  on every fishing Doat.  When 'applying for each corii-  mercial fishing licence, a fisherman will, as always, have to provide ' evidence of Canadian citizenship or of service in Canada's  Armed Services (Active). In at  ���ditionv he will be asked to supply  such details as date of birth and  particulars of.! the vessel he will  ::_*e^operaitingi?''y?y:;y'.  Twenty-one? .girl!''guidesjVtrpim.  the Sechelt."area were.transported to Bear Lake near-Pender  Harbour where they hiked; into,  the Boy Scout Camp site on- the  shore of. the lake. The hike ;took  place on Sun., Dec..; 9.:   Y  The girls were accompanied by  Mrs. Harriet -Newton, Guide disr  trict commissioner and Mr.  Frank Newton',-?' Scoutmaster of  the First Sechelt Boy Scout troop.  Assisting Mr. arid Mrs. Newton,  three Boy Scouts accompanied  the group to instruct the girls in  various phases' of Guide and  ^cout crafts. The boys were Paul  Toynbee, Roger Hayes, and Jim  Stockwell.  Thanks go to Mr. Patton, Tommy Ono, Nels and Fay Hansen,  Mrs. Margaret Lamb, .who?'along?;  with Mr. arid? Mrs. Newton prbr.  vided    transportation    for     the  Scouts and Guides to Bear Lake.  y LIBRARY  HOURS  The Saturday ? morning Children's Story. Hour -will be closed  over : the ��� Christmas holidays.  There will be a Story Hour on  Dec. 15 andi re-bpening on Jan.  12.? It is requested that -.'all delin:  quent Juvenile books be returned  by the end of Deceriiber. No fines  will be charged? The Library will  be closed on Tues.Y'Dec. 25 and  Tues., ^ Jan. 1. .":  .-���./_ BAPTIST  CONCERT  'Calvary Baptist'Y church Sunday School children? will, on Sun-,  day. Dec. 16, starting. at 7 p.m.,'  present a program of Christmas  music in the old United Church.  The? public is invited Yto attend  this event and hear some of the  fine carol music these young people  will; present:"    "  SOCCER  , (By "GOALIE")  Sechelt Legion 2, Port Mellon  Thunderbirds 1.  Gibsons United 0, Gibsons Merchants 4.  Roberts Creek 5, Sechelt Warriors 1.  As a result of last Sunday's Juvenile games, Roberts Creek Hornets gained two points on the  idle Sechelt Reservation School.  They ,now trail the leaders by  four points, and,. have one: game  in hand. : Games scheduled for  Sunday; Dec. 16 are:  Gibsons Merchants vs. Roberts  Creek (B. Martin);\  Sechelt Warriors; vs.; Sechelt;  Legion (B. Redman) >     . ? Y  Port Mellon vs Sechelt Residential School (W.  Sneddon).  All games kick off at 2 p?m.,v  so let's see soirie of the: parents?  out, giving the boys the encouragement they so well deserve.  These .games will be the last  scheduled ?games this year. The  League will resume  on Jan. ,-20  On Sat;Y Dec. 8, theB.C. Soccer Comriiission Clinic held in the:;  ..,auditorium of Elphinstone Sec-:  ondary School, drew an attendance of approximately 100, which.  included players, league officials?  and  several parents     y  The films of European and ���  South American teams playing  arid training, showed a very high,  standard ? of soccer; ; arid were;;  much;-appreciated;;by both .team*  ?Officials and players; yY?Yy yY' ?-y  .?;:-iftS_* ���'*-lecttrr^fori:~ refe$^irtg?^y|  Mr. Dan: Kulai? was informative/  a'nd during; the question and ans-.  wer session which followedYJMr?,-  Kulai expressed;his pleasure' at  the keen interest displayed. ;After.  the clinic the two visitors, Mr-.  Kulai and Mr. Kelly, joined the  league oficials at dinner in Dam  ny' s Dining Room, and before  catching^ the ferry,they Ytri^de  tentative arrangements for a return visit? The soccer commission  thanks Mr.. Yablonski for his help  in .arranging this clinic.  The  question whether   the  school board should decentralize  byi building small schools for the  lime being or centralize by building in Gibsons a four room  school which could be-expanded  was answered Moriday night at a  public meeting attended by 5ft  persons in the School hall in  Gibsons.  This meeting called by the Gib.  sons Elementary school PTA invited school board officials lo  plaice before the public problems  surrounding future expansion of  school accommodation.  With a show of hands towards  th$ end of the meeting at least  60v percent favored centralized  construction., Not more than six  hands were raised for decentralization.     ��� ���;..';  .School board officials present  included. Reg Spicer, board chair,  man from Pender.Haiibour, Mrs.  CyJackson, .Wilson  Creek;... Mrs.  M. Ball of Roberts Creek and  Mrs. B. Smith of Sechelt rural  area. District superintendent  Gordon E. Johnson, department  of education, Allan Child, Gibsons  Elementary school principal and  Mr. Spicer, board chairman with  Mrs. L. Inglis as chairman, all  addressed the meeting.  Mr. Johnson explained the  school accommodation situation  within the board's area, revealing the most pressing, problem  existed in Gibsons area. He was  of the opinion Gibsons needed for  the next three year period at  least four classrooms for elementary grades. The education department, he said, would not allow building programs to" go beyond a three year period.  During the question period it  was revealed the board was giving consideration to a plebiscite  in the $250,000 range to cover required classroom expansion.  Whjle there has been a working  copy prepared covering what the  board desires, which is now in  the hands of officials in Victoria,  there is no indication yet that  the department will accede to  the board's request.  Establishment of kindergartens  was also advocated by PTA mem.  bers and a show of hands sup;  ported them.  For the time being the board  has in mind, the meeting was told  the obtaining of necessary land  next to the Elementary school in  Gibsons to allow for expansion in  the years to coirie. It was also  suggested following remarks, from,  the floor that an activity hall  could be acquired when new  building occurred at the Elementary School- -".---  The meeting was informed that  Ihe proposed $250,000 plebiscite  would cover a number of projects  in the area put until the department in Victoria had given its  sanction to the program board  members were unable to say  what will be done eventually.  Upcoast ferry to Comox area  up in news  Date is set  Confusion exists over the date  of Roberts Creek School concert.  It will be held on Friday," Dec.  21, in the Community Hall, at  7:30 p.m. The children will entertain during the first part of the  evening, ? but will be watching  "that1 door." Someone in red is  expected to enter carrying a bag  over his ^ shoulder. A silver col-  , lection will be taken to defray expenses. Coffee will be served after the concert. ���'..'....  OAPO DINNER  OAPO members are invited,'-'.to  the annual Christmas: .dinner,  Tuesday, Dec. 18 in?Gibsons Legion hall starting at' 6:30 p.m.  Tickets" will be available for this  event from 1 the secretary, N. Haley, phone 886-2338. Phone early"  because seating capacity is limited.  WILL ASSIST BAND  Bandmaster George Moss has  been emp^byed by the School  Board to give musical instruction  and theory to members of Elphinstone Secondary School band.  Practices will be held so they  will not interfere -with the regular school curriculum. '"���  KIWANIS   ELECTION...,., y?  James R. Munro was elected?;  president of the Sunshine Coast  Kiwanis club at the annual meeting. Don Hauka will be first vice-  president and W. D. Wright secy  ond vice-president. William Haley  is secretary and James Stewart  treasurer. ,..:���.  Children's party  to help Santa  There will be something new  at the Christmas party for children of the Port Mellon Community asociation. It will be something the children will not get  but some other children will.  This year it,was decided there  will be no gifts ^ for the children.  The $275 usually spent iri this de  ,partment,will go to the Save the  Children Fund in Vancouver.  This  party  will take place on  Saturday, Dec.   15 starting at 2  Yp.m. in the  Community Hall at  '-JPprt   Mellon.   There   will  be   a  -riiovie    feature,    When    Comedy -  was King.  Sechelt and Gibsons municipal.  :Councils are showing an interest  in: the Powell River move towards obtaining a ferry from  Powell River area to Vancouver  Island, landing possibly at Comox  Both councils are in favor. To  ke��p readers of the Coast News  informed, here are the latest developments.  A note of optimism appeared in  Reeve Ray Weaver's voice as he  reported to council a visit with  Highways Minister Phil Gaglardi* thelP6well;River?,News says.;.  llX^tif). .:��� Yi^pi$_o,?Y^me XXmlhea��  "Weaver ''rascussed   a   hoped-for  ferry. link between. PR and; Co-;:  mox .and" hoped:for  construction  of a new Wildwood Bridge. Gaglardi   apparently   showed   more -  than casual interest in both problems and  promised a statement  by the end of the year.  Reeve Weaver said there was  nothing standing in the way of a  private operator putting in a ferry link --. -but said Gaglardi?  would riot give a five-year guar--  aritee of no. opposition if a private company did operi opera-,  tioris.  O. H. New, president of Coast  Ferries Ltd., has expressed interest in re-opening a ferry link  to Comox, but only if lie receives  assurance the provincial govern- .  ment would not set up an opposition service for a period of five  years.  ��� Councillor Stevenson, said lie  felt.the highways minister "wants  to .put this run in" and possibili  ty of the government operating  such a link "sounds very encouraging.?  Couacfllnr Boh Lyon said he  doubted if a private, operator  would be interested in opening  a PR-Comnx run "now that the  government has shown interest  in operating snch a service."  Stevenson said he felt that if  the government declines to open  ari Island Jerry service "then we  Should immediately get in touch  with the government again and  see 2 they would stand in the  ^yj_-r,?-'of_-a _ria-_te^opKt3ftor riadyY  ^���irig'irito 'fhe'isMniEi^^^lX^XX  Councillor Ted; McCombei*  ���grgreed with Stevenson arid further added "we should also ask  the government to give? a private  operator a five-year guarantee of  no opposition, if the government  does not take over ssch an operation." He added that in his  opinion Coast Ferries was the  _nly company .with enough . experience to make such a run pay.  Local Chamber of Commerce  members, at their meeting, were  told:   ���  "The hrief regarding the PR-  Comox ferry service was read  and rspoken to by Reeve Ray  Weaver. It received excellent attention and reaction from the  "highways minister, who appeared impressed with the soundness,  of the ferry run .from a practical  service point of view.  He indicated that in his opinion, the timing was now ripe foi��  the linking of Powell River with  ELPMNSTOm ECHOES  SCHOOL SAFE ROBBED  Sometime during early Tuesday  Elphinstone Secondary School  was broken into and $222 of student money stolen from the  school* safe. RCMP are investigating.  A weather record  Nov. 62        Normal       Extreme  11.07 in.  7.80 in.  v  13.36 in  (54)  6.2 in.  .2.8: in.  >;/ 14.6  in.  (58)  22  YY16YY  ���������'���-...:���,   ���;  25  (53)  1  M-v.  '��� ':���',    : ��� ��� i  7  (55)  *61 Nov.  2       58  61 (62)  30 Nov.  28     28 .  10  (55,  44  *, '42*  47  (54��  *616  698  ,, ���  766  (61)  ���Denotes new  * '     ,1      '  Record  Total Rainfall  Total Snowfall  Days with Rain  ���Days with* Snow ' ' .'  Highest Temperature  Lowest Temperature  Mean Temperature  Day Degrees  Christmas party  The annual Christmas party of  the Sechelt Girl Guide Association was held at Mrs. Charlotte  Jackson's home in Wilson Creek,  Wednesday evening,  Dec. 5.  Eighteen ladies all keenly interested in Girl Guide and Brownie activities enjoyed a smorgasbord that started the party.  Following the dinner the regular monthly meeting was held  with Mrs. Harriet Newton presiding.  The evening was completed  with games and singing Christmas* carols. Mrs. Mary Redman  was accompanist for the singing^  and also? organized the games? Y?  WHITE CRANES SPOTTED  Qh.the afternoon, of Dec. 5,  Mrs?' A. Mobrcroft reported having ������ seen two white sandhill  c*r?Pjjees in the Gower Point area.  ���Once again Elphinstone Secondary School has established an  Honor Society for the school  term 1962-63. Students who have  achieved a B plus average or  higher are entitled to be a member of this society.  For the November report card  the following students have achieved a 2.5 average: Division 1.  Marion Brown;   Division. 3, Joy  mmvmimuTOmwuiiminiuflmmwmwiuuamwnuuuiiiiii.  Last call  This is the last call to those  desiring the magazine Beautiful  B.C. as a Christmas present to  anyone not acquainted with the  beauties of this province. The of-  fer made through the Coast News  expires Dec. 31.  This offer has led to the sale  of more than 250 copies to people  all over the world. It is a government publication and is sent out  from its "publication office in Victoria. The cost is $2 for a year's  subscription of quarterly copies,  plus an artistic calendar containing 26 separate pictures of B.C.  scenes and a' greeting card enclosed if sent in time for Christmas.  Cameron; Division 9, Gloria  Bishop, John Warn and Michael  Willis; Division 10, Brian Furuya.  The foDbwing students have  achieved a B average or 2.0 average and received honorable  mention: Dhr. 1, Caralee Johnson; "Div. 6, Sylvia Hughes; Div.  5, Laurel Postlethwaite; Div. 1L,  Judy Brown.  On Jfriday, Nov. 38, Elphinstone Senior Girls and Boys basketball teams travelled to North  Vancouver to play St. Thomas.  The results were:. Elphinstone  Sr. Girls won XL-IS and St. Thomas Sr. Boys won 38-32.  ��� Nancy Leslie.  Comox, and made many enthusiastic comments of his own regarding the vast possibilities of promoting the run on a round-trip  circle tour basis to the tourist  industry. .:  "After the reading of the brief,  the meeting developed into a  roundtable discussion ��� with the"  highways minister asking several pertinent and specific questions of the Reeve and other delegates ��� again an indication of  his interest in the project.  y "The delegates from Courtenay-'  ; .rCoinibxc ?;stre6sed?i^.the YpotentiaL.-.-;  trade  in  agricultural, and  dairy ^  products which would develop be-"  ��� tween   the  two   communities  ���  with the   Comox valley benefit-;  ting  materially  from  this  market. This, in addition to the tour- '  ist market, would guarantee the  practicability of   the  run   on a  year-round basis.  "This market should not b&  underestimated, as it would blend.  as o::e ihe to:ai ixruhations of-;  Powell River and Texada with:  the communities of the Comox.  valley and upper Vancouver Island.  "In summary, the delegation  felt that the meeting was highly  successful in every aspect, and  the highways minister congrat-..  ulated the group for presenting  facts that were of a helpful, con- [  structive nature.  "Mr. Gaglardi asked the dele- .  gation to leave the request for a  ferry service directly in his  hands. ..He promised that he  would immediately, start a factfinding investigation on the matter and that he would then pursue the matter fully. He also  promised that he would personally introduce the subject and '  speak to it at the next finance  committee meeting, at which the  premier would preside.  "While he could not, at the  . moment, promise us that we  would have a ferry? he did promise us that he would pursue  the matter fully, and give us a  definite answer ? by the .end of  this year." ���    '���"'  WHITE GIFT SUNDAY    -  It will be White Gift Sunday at  Gibsons United Church this coming Sunday when Sunday School  children win fake part in the  morning service at II a.m. The  children's g_Rs <nri_t be presented  at a manger.  EARRING FOUND  An earring; which looks to be  of value was found in vicinity of  Shell Service station in Gibsons  by Tom Higgs who can be reached  at phone 88S-2545.  Oops! Sorry!  In case anyone is confused  about the time the Port Mellon  New Year's Eve dance will start ���  in the Community Hall, it can be  officially announced by the Port  Mellon Community Association  that the dance will start at 11  p.iri.  To start with the time was complicated through the rigid copying of last year's tickets when,  New Year's. Eve : falling on a  Sunday necessitated starting the  dance at 12:01 a.m. This got by-  unnoticed until some eagle eyes  spotted it and asked questions.  So if you plan to attend the  Port Mellon dance it starts officially at 11 o'clock ���'��� p.m. that  is.  -T7*T  Watch tor Santa*s Prize Draw !^ 1:30 Pm  (See story en this page) !.. J  V  V.  r, ���**  2       Coast News, Dec. 13, 1962.  The Timid Soul  WEBSTER  ^lMll||||"'',i.-B-~  ^ke Coast feus  Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  P.O. Box 280, 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.  Schools and taxes  The recent convention of the B.C. School Trustees Association  endorsed a resolution that the association will seek legislation to  amend a section of the Public Schools act which would omit any ref-:  erence to municipal participation such as the right to review school  board budgets and seek arbitration.  Municipal councils have a government check on their operations  through the department of municipal affairs and the school board  through the department of education.  It is the municipal organization which must provide the money for  school boards. In most cases the school tax is usually greater than  the municipal tax. In the case of Gibsons arid Sechelt it is double  the municipal tax.  Gibsons- is striving to keep its tax collection within* $12,500 because of a regulation in the Tuberculosis Act which states that if  council collects more than $12,500 through municipal taxation it must  assume Tuberculosis act costs for TB patients. These costs can become a serious matter.  On one hand we have a municipal council curtailing revenue and  expenditures while a school board, quite naturally in an expanding  area, needs more and more money which the municipality must collect. It is mandatory that the municipality collects for the school  board.  Perhaps the reader can now see why municipalities are not too  happy about the school trustee association's aim to have municipalities as a collection agency with no right to review school board budgets or ask for arbitration. -       ���  Much can be said about both sides of the problem but until some  better arrangement is made, say a wholly provincial government  financing of education,* municipalities who are. responsible for handling the taxpayers' money over to school boards should have some  means of close scrutiny and possible action when the need  arises.  The Santa Claus spirit  A little girl named Virginia once asked if there was a Santa  Claus. A press release issued by the Children's hospital answers the  question.  The Christmas spirit at this hospital started somewhere about  Decemlber 1 and warmed up distinctly in the carolling section when  a battle-scarred piano which miraculously stood up to being pushed  from the staff dining room to a morning in one wing and the'afternoon  in another, to be awaited by small moppets who watched for the daily  visit of the hospital administrator H. P. J. Gunn with demands of  "Please play the piano for us."  In the meantime the toy room to which gifts are directed sees  the staff selecting presents for the children, from people who still  remember the miracle of Christmas morning. A former member of  the board of directors, H. G. Malcolmson will be on hand for their  distribution on Christmas Day.  Morals of a fish surveyed  a  A recent reprint of a book by  Dr. Brian' Curtis is designed to  make the results of years of1 scientific research and experimentation available to the layman in  a manner "both understandable  and interesting. ' *_  ' y  The book presents an up-to-date  survey of what is known about  the physiology^ growth,- repro-  ductiori and habits of the-fish Y It  ���srac^iihi'  Prepared by the Research Staff of  ENCYCLOPEDIA   CANADIAN*  Did last century. Canadians     X  enjoy moving pictures? *3  Yes, and they literally were  moving pictures. ; These entertainments were exhibits called  panoramas. A panorama was*, a  painting ori a very long canvas.  It was wound off one drum arid  on another while the audience admired the moving canvas between the two drums. Panoramic  displays originated in Britain in  the 18th century and became  popular in Victorian timies on  this continent. Panoramas 'of  great battles, Jike Gettysburg, or  of geographic regions, such as  the Holy Land, toured Canadian  provinces.* A related kind of exhibit was the cyclorama, a large  and stationary canvas mounted  on the walls of a large room.  Today, Canada's best-known surviving cyclorama is that at Ste.  Anne de Beaupre, P.Q. It shows  the Holy Land. In a sense, the  motion picture and television entertainments of today are? descendants; of panorama ��� particularly so, since the rise of the  wide screen cinema. y  In which direction does the  spade-foot  toad  tunnel?  Backwards. This native of British Columbia has special tubercles on its hind feet that permit  it to dig tunnnels underground ���  but only in reverse. The odd  creature, despite its name, is not  a true toad, although it belongs  to the amphibian family. One of  its relatives is the tailed toad,  so-called because of the "tail"  owned by males of the species.  It .is found only in western North  America, including British Columbia and in New Zealand. Canada has several species of toad;  ranging as far north as James  Bay, central Labrador and the  Northwest Territories. One species, Fowler's toad, lives only irr  southern Ontario, along the  shores of Lake Erie and Huron.  Gems of Thought  Childhood has   no forebodings.  George Eliot.  Too much cannot be done towards guarding and guiding well  the germinating and inclining  thought of  childhood.  Mary Baker Eddy.  The interests of childhood and  youth are the interests of mankind. Edmund  Storer Janes?  The childhood shows the man,  As morning shows the day.  John Milton.  Childhood and genius have the  same master-organ in common  ��� inquisitiveness.  Edward George Bulwer-Lytton.  The   one   essential is  to   preserve from  destruction the simplicity  of  mind   and   purity   of  heart we possess in childhood.  /        Chiang Yee.  is written in an amusing "and informal manner, yet with, impeccable scientific acuracy. All nature lovers, whether specialists,  amateur scientists, sportsmen,  aquarium owners, or beginning  biology pr zoology students, wnl  find this a fascinating introduction to the world of the fish.  Dr. Curtis was one of the foremost ichthyologists and a dedicated sportsman. His object was  to bring the great fund of knowledge about fish ..out, of the laboratories and scientific libraries in  which it is stored and turn it  over, in suitable form, to those  seeking for knowledge. In the  opening chapter, he says, "If  fish were all just alike, writing  about them would be a great deal  easier than it is. They differ,  sometimes radically. It is impossible to make universal statements about fish; it is impossible to use the words 'always,'  'all,' 'never,' 'none,' when talking  about them. Some of the differences are important, but many  are unimportant, and if we tried  to treat them all, we should never end. . .Let it be accepted as  our only rule that there is no  statement in this book to which  there are not some exceptions."  Among the fascinating item s  in the book are these facts: fish  rarely chew their food, but.swallow it whole; most salt 'water fish  actually drink water; m^ny fish  can change their color, although  ' blind fish can't; the cod has as  many as nine million children at  one time; the tuna is the fastest  fish, and has been?clocked; at  thirty miles an hour. TheYeel  blinds himself with his own "electric.ray"; fish have no eyelids;  the swordtail female becomes  the father of her own grandchildren by changing sex after gi.v  LAND   ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver, in the . province of  British Columbia rind situate  Skardon Islands? Pender Harbour, :o the province of British  Columbia. .  Take notice that Donald Crawford Cameron of Madeira; Park,  B.C., occupation Fishbuyer, intends to apply for a lease of the  following described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  W. Pt. of Lot 5522-1R21A; thence  150 ft. west; thence 200 ft." south;  thence 20 ft. east; thence 180 ft.  north; thence 130 ft. east; thence  20,ft. north and containing 9,000  sq. ft. more or less, for the purpose of mooring. floats, marine  service station and fish buying  station.  Donald Crawford Cameron  Dated Nov. 22, 1962.  VANCOUVER  LAND RECORDING DISTRICT  TAKE NOTICE THAT OB.  Logging Co. of Lake Cowichan,  B.C., occupation Logging Company, intends to apply-for a lease  of the following described lands:  Situated at Treat Creek Jervis  Inlet.  Commencing at a post planted  at the N.E. corner of Lot 6236  New Westminster Land District,  thence following the west boundary of said Lot 6236 in a southerly and westerly1 direction for  a distance of J.5 chains; thence  north five degrees west for a distance of; twenty chains; thence  east a distance of five chains  more or less to. the point of intersection with the east shoreline of Jervis Inlet; thence following said shoreline in a southerly and easterly direction for a  distance of eight chains more or  less to the point of commencement, and containing ten acre's  more or less, for the purpose of  log booming and storage.  O.B. LOGGING CO. LTD.  B. T. Briggs, Agent.  Dated December 1st 1962.  , ing birth; the candiro spends  most of his life inside other fish;  sharks' have no oones; most fish  sleep, either-suspended in the water or on their sides on the bottom; the catfish" carries his  young around' in his mouth-until  they are too big to fit In.   'l  "The Life Story of the Fish,  His Morals and Manners," by  Brian Curtis. (Dover Publications  Inc., New York, N.Y., U.S.A.,  -81.50.)  MICKEY COE  ' Member  Professional Salesmen's  Club  Falcon  Fairlane  Galaxie  Trucks  Thunderbird  i  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bus. Telephone Res.  AM 6-7111    BR 7-6497  Is there something you know your  family would enjoy this Christmas.. .a  hi-fi, a new car, a TV set?  If you're, hesitating because of the  strain it would put on your bank-roll, it  will pay you fo call~pn tile4 Bati_k Stfi  Montreal. With a low-cost, life-insured  B of M Family Finance Plan Loan, you  can pay cash for your purchase, and repay  in monthly instalments tailored  to your budget. Why not talk to  the people at your local B of M  branch today.  :do  TOJmUOaOUUmK  EMU  Bank of Montreal  llMtymmtulMX*!*<*mm*n*~m��.  Familu Finance Plan  all 1 your t  Brings all M your pBrsonal credit ncada^ under one roof fr  LOW-COST, UFE-INSURfO LOANS  Gibsons Branch: EDWARD HENNIKER, Manager  Sechelt Branch:   DONALD McNAB, Manager  Port Mellon (Sub-Agency): Open on  Canadian Forest Products Ltd. semi-monthly paydays  WORKING WITH CANADIANS IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE SINCE. 1817  '���.������������' -. ��� ;  .     -' -      FFP34S  While this is going on, down in the kitchen, a sumptuous dinner  will be cooking. This will be supplied and served at the hospital by  the Vancouver Elks Lodge No. 1 and the sister lodge, Ladies of the  Royal Purple, who have been doing it for the past 39 years.  Sure, Virginia, Santa still carries on and will be doing his wondrous work along the Sunshine Coast, too, as well as spreading happiness in the hospital wards. It would be fitting to close with this  sentence which ends the hospital press release: May there be added  joy in the hearts of those wfcyo in some way had a share in making it  a Merry. Christmas.  'S  SPECIAL  A revolt brewing?  Democracy is wonderful but it can be carried too far and the  instance involved concerns the Land of the Kilt. One can imagine  the wrath of the numerous clans boiling over with at any moment  diplomatic relations with the Sassenachs to the south being broken.  How democratic can you get when you suggest a kilt that can  be worn by the lowliest Sassenach? It would be a kilt made from  ordinary tweed without any design on it. Imagine a Cockney sporting  his tweed kilt swanking his way along Edinburgh streets. Just how  democratic can you get? >  The idea has been suggested, naturally, by a Sassenach!  SPECIAL OLD  Finer Taste is a Seagram's Tradition  Available in 12 oz. & 25 oz. sizes  This advertisement Is not published or displayed'by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia Three prime requirements for  raising good beef include: nutritious grass, professional knowledge and enough land.  Davis  ���*. -f  '���^" J&BJM&  mt\  -rPSH  _NH__9_>*   $��'"  _H-__HB___BSSa_S_P_       " ���*-  \n  __________H__H_r_S_l_-  1*S   ���  HH^^fK1  ��� ��� 1  **   iQ  f^l  _^_HwHt___K  *  (  i  Rfr* ..4*  ���*-/ '������������!  "  *      \  BEST  ^��fe.*-   ���**- 1  vw?i_.   -*; ��� ���  QUi  ���* ^^^mmmwmmmr  LLITY   DRI  :ss  &  WORK  SHOES  Marine Men's Wear  Ph.'  LTD.  886-211? ��� Gibsons    <  By JACK DAVIS, M.P.  Coast-Capilano Constituency  Two    years     ago    Parliament  , pa.ss.ed, a new technical and voca-  1 tional"'ttaining assistance act. It  attracted little attention,  Yet, it  may -&ell change the fade of Can-  ^a^j'fi-^ V  ��       "      --"-���-  Behind'the bill ^as an uneasy'  awareness  that Canada's educational system   was not .providing  the skills which the nation rieed-  - ed   so   badly.   Surveys   showed^  '".about 70 percent of all jobs _ro-  quire Va;"-^B.lgU l level   of 'j technical  * training1? '"^Vocational   -programs  were quite inadequate. Nor were1  -  immigrants coming in -in sufficient numbers to take up the slack.  ��� sfc        sk        sfe  rj* r^ afm  Under the new act, thft federal  government undertook to pay, tin-  til March 31, 1963, 75 percent of  all provincial government expenditures for the construction and  equipment of technical and vocational schools.' The new teachers  were to be trained at Ottawa's  awa  BACKHOE & LOADER  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT NYGREN   -   Ph. 886-2350  r .     expense. And the act also provides for 75 percent of the cost  of retraining unemployed persons and 50 percent of the cost  of training Canadians with physical and other disabilities.  Within'"the" spjace., of a few  months,.alFprovinces had signed  federal-provincial agreements of  the type called for ,,bjr. the act,  and> an .unparalleled expansion  of training facilities began. , -  - Some 453 projects^ have been  approved. Of' these 221 are for  new vocational high schools,  technical schools, trade schools  or institutes. There ' are 156 projects vfhich involve major alterations and additions to existing  schools.  The total cost of .this program,  so far, has been $442,000,000. Of  this the federal government is  paying no less than $235,000,000.  In all, these new facilities will  provide accommodation for 130,-  000 more technical and vocational students.  *     *     * >  This program, unfortunately,  hasn't much longer to run. After  the end-of next March, Ottawa  will ,no longer pick up the tab  for 75 percent of construction  costs on the assumption apparently, that enough trained people "  will be coming on to the labor  market to look after our needs  in the building trades and equipment fields.  KITCHENS  IF YOU ARE BUILDING A NEW HOME OR  REMODELLING, WHY NOT, LET  Oceanside FnrmtHre & Cabinet Shop  ADVISE YOU ON YOUR KITCHEN CABINETS  Our units are factory built prefinished inside and but with  quality that cannot be duplicated by "on the job" construction. With these "ready to use" units your old kitchen can  be transformed to a room of charm and beauty with a minimum of inconvenience. "  For samples of hardwood and plastic laminates call  R. BIRKIN at 886-2551  or drop into the shop on BEACH AVE. hi ROBERTA  NOTIGE  R,S.  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Announces he will be in Sechelt  MONDAY, DECEMBER 17  For an appointment for eye examination phone  Sechelt Beauty Parlor, 885-9525  If anyone desires any adjustment or repair to their  present glasses I will Be pleased to be of service  Bird enemies  Great annual losses amongst  small birds are caused by storms  by flying against telephone or  power,: wires or against plate-  glass windows. During migrations, usually on foggy or stormy  nights, there is also considerable  destruction to birds caused by  their flying against certain lighthouses to which, they have been  attracted by the powerful light.  In addition to these, agents of  destruction the bird's natural  enemies are always active. Crows  and magpies feed upon the eggs  and. nestlings of small birds, as  alsb?do snakes,? While Cooper's  hawks and sharp-shinned havvks  are deadly enemies. The introduced brown rat, also squirrels,  chipmunks and white-footed mice  destroy large quantities of eggs,  and large animals, such as skunks  arid coyotes, will snap up such  delicacies as a nestful? Of fledgling meadowlarks or. of other  ground-nesting species. ...  , ������:��� - Goshawks arid homedv owls destroy : grouse and in the winter  months take* a heavy toll- of  pheasants on the lowlands. The  March hawk, while feeding largely on mice, frogs and shakes, has  often been convicted of killing  valuable birds.  EDIBLE BARK  While the porcupine and the  beaver thrive well on the rind  of trees it is not generally known  that tree bark is edible and that  the inner bark of such trees as  long been in use as food by man-  hemlock and* lodge-pole pine has  kind in Canada. Indians of the  west coast ate freely of a * mixture Of bark and oil, the latter  obtained from a small kind of  sprat ' called Oolichan. The sap  of the pine tree is said to have  a pleasant orange flavor.  >VfetchQut/  i"--  r*n.  Phorie 885-9331 ��� SECHELT  IT S GETTING UT'1  s for HER  Nylon Negligees -- Peignoir ��� Baby Dolls ^ Coats  Shorties Gowns ��� Smart Cocktail Gowns  Jackets and Slims ��� Pullovers ��� Cardigans  Bulkie Knits��� Blouses ��� Lingerie  Lycra Support Hose $5.95  Nylons 89<, $1.29, $1.50  Gifts for HIM  Shirts ��� Socks ��� Ties ��� Jackets ��� Slacks  Slippers ��� Shoes  Stanfield's, Penman's, jockey Brand Underwear  Cardigans ��� Pullovers "^ Handkerchiefs  Gifts for the HOME  Sheets;���Pillow Slips ��� Blankets ��� Bedspreads  Pillows ��� Table Cloths ��� TeatoweU ��� Tolwels  Floor Mats ��� Drapery Materials and Yardgoods  Plastic Tablecloths and Drapes  joke of the Week   Opens bazaar  "I'm   increasing -your  salary,  Johnson.    I   want  your last week here to be a  ,   happy one!" "J  Elect Mrs. Thyer  j Election of officers of the Ladies Auxiliary to Roberts Creek  Legion resulted as follows: President, Mrs. Thyer; vice-presidents, Mrs. Attrell and Mrs. Ellis; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Davidson; executive, Mrs. Fossett,  Mrs. Sears . and B_rs. Hughes;  treasurer, Mrs. Clark; secretary,  Mrs. Quigley;. standard bearers.  Mrs.   Davidson  and Mrs.  Cope.  On Monday, Nov. 28, St. Aidan's Church W.A. Christmas bazaar in the Parish Hall, Roberts  Creek, heard Miss M. Walker,  after being introduced by the  president, Mrs. Manns, deliver a  very nice speech and declare the  * sale *���*,bp^h1>"'Busfness;**������ was "Very  brisk at the various stalls. The  be'autifulljr. ^decorated te.a tables  'wete 'thenYpa'trbriized and .very  available seat .occupied.  The  door ; prize  was   won  by-  Mrs.   Bessie   Clark,   and   Mrs..  Manns was the only one to correctly  guess   the  name    of  the  doll. " '-  .:?',_,.���' ' '-.a Yy: ? ...YY-Y  Thanks are extended to all who ���  helped make the; bazaar so sue-.  CkSSfUl;iS-^Y'^:.Y^.: '".'-'   ['.A l.PX.  Coast News, Dec. 13,  1962.       S  In excess of 1,000 ranchers cat-  .tle   farmers   and pure-breeders,  raise beef in British /Columbia. .  ROOFS  $ repair seryice  TAR  & GRAVEL  '^'���'���''.    .also   :;  ��� DUROID ROOFING  RE-ROOFING  and REPAIRS  GIBSONS ROOFING  Ph. 886-9880  Sunshine  Coast  Trailer Park  One mile west ������'bf?Gibsons on highway  Roomy parking atrid plenty bf Water  LARGE RECREATION ARE^      ?  ..,,.^BJJS.l PASSES  PARK SITE  ��� Phone 886-9826  ,  w��ecrapeie��-ccattc��tcec^^  Santa's Headquarters for Gifts  Blouses - Sweaters - Skirts  Top name Brand Hose & Lingerie  Jewelry, j- Purses - Gloves  Wool Slims by Aljean - Sabre - Tan jay  All the beautiful shades of  Dalkeith Sweaters  Sole selling agents in Gibsons  .S  SEE YOU AT THE XMAS TREE DRAWING SATURDAY 1:30  OPEN  ALL DAY  WED.  OPEN 9 to 9  DEC.  20,  21  &   22  rfii.v..-.  **-.-.  CKV LAGER  ^PREMIUM fJBEERj  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. Kinettes* Penny-Saver  Store  in  Gibsons has been closed.  ,T0  THOSE WHO  SUPPORTED US IN    ,  y:���',.-/.       THIS VENTURE, OUR THANES  7 Isles Cafe and Drire-Ifl  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  FULL COURSE MEALS  STEAKS,  CHOPS ��� HOME MADE  PEES a specialty  ���'���..'   Reservations. Accepted  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ��� Ph. 883-2269  4''    Coast News, Tiec. * 13,' 1962.  BOWLING  ~  E&M BOWLADROME  (By ED CONNOR)   .-  Royal Canadian Legion of the  Men's League bowled the team  high three and single this week  with 3080 (1099).  League Scores:  S.C.L.: Goof Offs 2650, Smokey  Jokers 979. E. Gallant 638 (269),  D. Elson 623; J. Lowden 633, M.  Carmichael 696 (245, 263), T.  Bailey 608 (260).  Gibsons B: <- Alley Cats * 2699,  Esso 1008. M. Connor 607, J.  Lowden 668 (283), A. Holden 630  (267), N. Nygren 288. ���������   ,,     Y  Tues. Coffee: Percolaters 2383  (813). D? Gregory 536, J. Jorgensen 591, D. Berdahl 500, L? Carroll 560, L. Hughes 607.  Merchants: Hopefuls 2854  (1040). L. Campbell-610, E. Gallant 663 (267), J; Whyte 670 (271),  A. Plourde 619, J. Larkman 657  "-'.������*�� >.?   -*:  1    1  ing must go  TERRIFIC BARGAINS  Black and White Store  OPPOSITE RITZ MOTEL ��� GIBSONS  Tills advertisement is  Lkjuor Control Board or Ly the  or displayed by Wb  of Bntish CflkBta  GIANT  JURKEY [JINGO  Roberts Creek Community Hall  Dec. 18 * 8 sharp  Fresh Killed Turkeys Every Game  ������'���..,'������ '    '.     .."������'        . ������.     ���-_   a-:_ j  Hams for Tie Breakers - Gash Prizes  NO ADVANCE IN ADMISSION  .    . THIS IS THE BINGO COMMITTEES WAY OF SAYING A VERY; MERRY    ?  CHRISTMAS TO ALL OF YOU FOR YOUR PAST ATTENDANCE  (246).  Holland 548.       '*������:.  Gibsons A: FleasV2855C, Whizz-  bangs 1039. J. Clements 643; E.  Connor 609," J. Lowden 68S, H.  Thorburn 622 (240),, J. Allen 632  (257), D, Mason,620 (256), L Mason 763 (266, 280), D. Crosby 711  (262), A. Robertson 660 (306), E.  Shadwell 617, IK Shadwell 683  (255).  Ladies: Tartans 2730 (9*9). M.  Connor 539 (271), C. Zantolas 510  D. Crosby 611, H. Thorburn 6/1  U. Austin 502, R. Wolansky 637  (241), E. Sicotte 522, K. Dodd  577 (254), R. Harrison 603 (251),  (278),   F.  Raynor 607   (240),   M.  Teachers:   Jokers   2639   (961).  F. Hicks .623 (247), S. Rise 828  (352, 283), E. Yablonski 610.  Commercials: Larks 2562, Gibsons Shell 912. S: Wingrave 606,  E. Shadwell 648 (277).  Port Mellon: Winners 2698  (980). J? Whyte 602 (2&), G.  Christianson 644 (278), I. Plourde  620 (242), C. Zantolas 250, P.  Comeau 757 (274), C. Comeau  624, Paula Comeau,256.  Ball & Chain: Spitfires 2869  (1028). R. Wiren 627 (254), G.  Taylor 614, F. Strom 652 (245),  S. Butler 756 (292, 247), DyCar-  roll 637 (243), M? Stanley 273.  Men's: Royal Canadian Legion  3080 (1099). R. Johnston 600, S.  Rise 629^ D. Dingwall 746 (300,  252), J. Larkman 616 (248), Jack  647 (249), C. Husband 623 (248),  S. Christianson 632 (244), J. Lowden 631 (297), H. Jorgenson 607,  G. Elander 607.     :  Juniors: D.YAustin 36<H?(2_8),  G? Hauka 273 (160), D. Rigby  299 (156).  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEYS  (By ORV MOSCRIP)  Ladies: Julie Robinson 592  (265), Lee Redman 268, Mabel  McDermid 258, Jean Robinson  288.  Pender: Marlene Dubois 546  (222), Dick Wise 589 (235).  Peninsula Commercial: Eileen  Evans 741 (279), Barry Martin  794 (312), May Fleming 313, Dorothy Smith 255, Chris Crucil 256,  Pearl MacKenzie 284, Rudy Crucil 325, Dick Cay ton 320.      .  Sports Cfiib:..Dorothy Smith 768  (294, 299), Orv Moscrip 737,* Red  Robinson 306, Lil MeCourt 265.  Ball & Chain: Barry Martin  653, Mary Flay 605 (265).  Pee Wees: Rita Ono 219 (127),  Trevor Waters 347 (179).  . Elphinstone High: Susan Read  360 (227), Jack Goeson 365 (200),  Clyde Higginson 200.  Pender High: Elaine Gooldrup.,  472, Dave'Girard 546, Rog.r Wallace  514   (215),   Charlie  Nichols  '200. "\X.  Ten Pins:  Mixed: Cecile Nestman 325 (189),  Roger.Hocknell 383 (210).  Mens (A): Randy Wiren 552  (213), Ray Benoit 210, Harold  Jorgenson 206, Harry Robertson  213.  GIBSONS  riiiiiiiNitiTir  CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  10 to 12 a.m.--2 to 6p.m.  Evening appoirimenis  CLOSED WEDNESDAY  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  886-OS43  leres the size or  For your men*ot,���Jiris^^  For Sweaters, Pyjamas*  Bathrobe or Undershirt  CHEST MEASUREMENT IS NECESSARY  For Shorts; Belt  and Drawers  WAIST MEASUREMENT IS NEEBED  S<*CK SIZES - ���:*���#    n    ^    ^  SHOE SIZES -, 7        ��    9-io    11-12  ,.;-..   NOTE: Stretchy ..socks fit all sizes ,.  For Jackets/ Windbreakers  and Coats  CHEST AND HEIGHT IS ESSENTIAL  ...'������. N . ,  For Men's Slacks  D  ress or A-asua  i  WAIST AND INSIDE LEG  MEASUREMENT  Y,?        WILL ENSURE A GOOD FIT  For better service on YOUR purchases see  VINCE AT * OR MORGAN AT  Marine Men's Wear Morgan's Mens Wear  1 i  Doris's Style Bar  ��� *   *   ' '' ��� - ���     -- / <   .,  ��eche_t, B.C.  Open Thurs., Dec. 14  SORRY FOR  THE  UNAVOIDABLE DELAY  Drop in for coffee and get acquainted  For appointments phone 8S5-&944  ****  ���_���  The Toggery  Gifts..  for all ihe  family  SECHELT ��� Ph. 8852063  LISS1 'tiO FLORISTS  HOPKINS LANDING ��� Ph. 886-9345    .  Order now your  PerfectCJiri.stmas Gift  Cut flowers & Potted Plants  GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR  GARDEN ENTHUSIASTS  DECQIIATIONS Z^^T:  JEAN AND BILL LISSIMAN  Soto gift problems with  Helen's  _3  GIBSONS, B.C.     ���    Ph. S86r��>941  ficttes fen-  January, February & March  GIBSONS  SECHELT  1963  GIBSONS Health Office  Phone   for  appointment   ���  886-7733  ROBERTS CREEK   St. Aidan's Hall  Phone   for   appointment --  886-7733  SELMA PARK Community Hall  'SECn(itEl/r'?? Y?Y Legion Hall  Phone for appointment- ���-  '���".' Mrs. Stephanson 885-2192/  HALFMOON BAY    Y  Mrs.  Robinson's   home  MADEIRA PARK Madeira Park  Elementary School  Phone for appointment ��� '''?";"  Mrs.  Seaholm 883-2626  January 9th and 23rd  February 6th and 20th  March 6th and 20th  1:30 to 4:00 p.m.  January 24th  February 28th  :Marchj28th > /;;  2:00; to 3:30 p.m.        .v,  January 16th  February 13th. ���..������.-���..<    '���'  March 13th       :  2:00 to 3:00 p.m.  January 29th  February 26th  March 26th  11:30 to 3:30 pum.  January 21st  February 18th  Ma. ch 18th  2:00 to 3:00 p.m.  January 23rd  ;  February 20th  March 20th.  2:00 to 3:30 p.m.  <3*@ti����?@*  3a*mw~ManwmWmmmmwj*^.*^'tmxM ijmn_i XX': coming '.events'.:::;;t;?';? y vY "  X    Dec.|v_3^s|chelt P?T|_:; meetingfC  ..: 8.p..in^r?Activity^^a_l^^������.''f''jYy...^'. '  *     Dec. 14,   Roberts  Creek Legion  :. meeting,   with elections, /8  p>m..  Dec. 18, O.A.P.O. Christmas din?  ner, "Legion  HalLy6i;'3p YP-m.   y-  Dec.^lis ����� RoyailCanajdian yI,egionW  Branch 109, -'.General. Meeting, election of officers, 8 p.ni.  Dec. ' 20,Y Sechelt Elementary  School Concert, > 7:30? p.m..i: Activity Room? y ���'���Yy'?YY  Dec?    31,   ?Kinsrnen   Club" New;'  y   Year's Eye Dance, io p.m, to ?  School' Hall, Gibsons!- ���   ?  ,   WEDDINGS���?,;���������' ��� YY *? -' 'Y/'.''   ���'���;  Mr. ?and Mrs; Jbhn??Cattanach  wish to announce the forthcoming  marriage of their eldest daughter  Janet Cora to James Doyle of  Sechelt,1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Sechelt. The wedding will  take place Jan, 12, 1963 in Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernacle.  RiiilrE  FOR RENT  ���*-��;,���/^: IGIB^C^I;:  BIRTHDAY GREETINGS  Belated birthday greetings to  Mr. John McQueen, on your 83rd  birthday, Dec. 9, from Jean,  Chuck and family.  CHRISTMAS GREETINGS  In lieu of local greeting cards,  a donation .will be made to St.  Mary's Hospital Society. To our  many friends on the Sunshine  Coast, Season's Greetings.  Mr. and Mrs., Colin Wingrave  and girls.y  Vince and Anne Prewer take this  opportunity . of wishing all their  friends a Very Merry Christmas  and a Happy and Prosperous New  Year. Instead of sending cards a  donation has been made to the  Cancer Fund.  CARD OF THANKS  Mrs. Lily * Rogers takes this opportunity of thanking all her kind  friends who sent' flowers and  cards to her during her stay in  hospital and helped in other ways  after  the accident.  IN MEMORIAM  ROSE ��� In loving memory of  cur dear son and brother, Billy  Wayne Rose, who died Dec. 10,  1961. Gone but hot forgotten.  Mom, Dad; Fredand Ethel.  MASON ��� In loving? memory of  Jean, who,passed away Dec. 16,  I96i. ;'���?������'���  '^YYYvY-'C'Y: ?���;*'"������  God gives the gift of wealth to  some,  The gift of fame to others;  He gaye .to us His choicest gift,  The very best of daughters.  And  while  ishe:lie�� in; peaceful  sleep" Y Y  Her  memory   we   shall, always  keep.  Mom, Dad and the boys.  FLORISTS 1        ~~^ -  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345, Hopkins  Landing- ?/  __________     ________  J) months old? pure Lab lost in  Selma Park area. Children's pet.  Phone 885-9771.  HELP WANTED  ��� Woman  to   clean house.  Phone  evenings 886-2298/  WORK WANTED  Painting, floor, polishing, odd jobs  .around -the: /house. ?I: -need the  ; work. Do. you ?'need a man? Ph.  885-9567.  FUELS  i> '       ���' '  ROBERTS CREEK FUELS  Fir ������;���;.?>��� ��� ?.?Y '���....;.'������  Inside  Fir  Dry Cedar  Alder  $10  $12  $.,8.,  $ 9  Your ��� 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 Jtr  millwood, $10  Drumheljer hard coal  $32 ton, $17 tt ton, $? p_r bag  TOTEM LOGS?-- $J. pt^W  PHONE 88MW2  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.,  Gibsons  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  '51 Nash, '51 Chev, '57 Plymouth  automatic with radio. M. Rigby.  Ph. 886-9686,  5:30 to 7 p.m.  1952 3 ton Ford dump truck, good  condition, $450. Also 175 Canadien  chain saw. Phone Steve Bidiuk,  885-9780.  Lots ��� :Level," cleared; and? fix!-.:  ly serviced.: Close- to; churches,  schools  and   stores.   Full  ;price  only $1350 each. Y  ���    '.   ���'������:,: :" '��� .    '.<  '     ������'' . '������' -      .. . ��'������'        ���'���  ;???-lu^Sfere?;^|!ully;.^e^       yiew  ��pr*^rtyi l^a^iftillyY treed ;and  ' secliided^ tSeaij? hiamesite;  jean  be subdivided. YFull price $2,900.  ?Y" ROBERTS CREEK    ?  5 acres .���-treed,? view property, sloping gently to south. Easy  access 'from   paved  road.   Full  price only $1250. .. Y Y?''y .������  :Yi ?y SECiffiM/1;'/ ���  .'���..  FullY Basement ?-���Y Modern   3  bedropm, fuUy ser^ced home on  landscaped lot. Auto oil heating.  Full price $13,500 Terms-.  ���������';;���'Y?    SECRET COVE  Waterfront��� Secluded six  acres with over 600 feet on water.  Property affords magnificent wes.  terly view and is beautifully  treed. Easy access from highway, water available. Full price  only $8,250. Terms.  PENDER HARBOUR  Waterfront ��� Fully serviced;  selectively treed lots with SO feet  frontage; year round moorage  and excellent fishing.- Only five  remaining. Priced from $2,750.  Terms.  Call Frank Lewis, Morton Mackay or Lucille Holden at Gibsons  office,  886-9900.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GIBSONS     and.   BURCJUITLAM  'CHEAP & CHEERFUL"  }_ acre with creek and cozy  new cabin, close in. $2,500.  $2,500 down buys family home,  oil furnace, ? modern ? kitchen,  fireplace, 3 bedrooms, view and  garden.  Central  location.  Hurry for this 65' view lot,  among new  homes. $1,175,  F.P.  Cabin to rent ��� cheap ��� close  in.  Suit pensioner.  PHONE 886-2191  "A Sign of Service"  H.YB. GORDON  & KENNETT Ltd.  REAL ESTATE &   INSURANCE  Gibsons Sechelt  (R. F. Kennett ��� Notary Public)  $6,800   fullYprice   for   4   nice  rooms and bath. Half acre view  lot, good ?water. ���Try $1800 down.  60'  cleared lot,  serviced,  $100  down/ bal; as ?reht.  Handyman's special! unfinished.  5 rooms ��� $3900. easy terms.  K. BUTLER REALTY  Box' 23? Gibsons, B.C.. Y  Owned and operated by  B. P.   (Kay) Butler  Phone. 886-2000  PENINSULA PROPERTIES--  Homes . - Waterfront . Acreage  Business   property:   ������> ���  ���  Building contracts  Mortgages  Sub-division consultants  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD?  REAL ESTATE        INSURANCE  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GffiSONS,, B.C.;vy ���' PH. 886-2481  ; Cottage and guest house,, lawn  and gardens. Full price $6,000.  Waterfront, large level lot on  Park Reserve. $2,400.  Listings wanted.  EWART McMYNN  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  a'-.   Marine- Drive,   Gibsons?'"���  :?Phones:y 886-2166?    Res. Y 886-5500  Selma Park. $5250 F.P. 2 bedroom view home, large lot. Easy  terms.  vi,. View lot,  small cabin,   Selma  Park,  $2250 FP?    -',,  View lot, Porpoise Bay, Clear,.  $2200. F.P. ..���..���>  ��� West Sechelt.12 large lots, small  cabin, good water supply. $3500  F.P.  Porpoise Bay. $6500 F.P. 2 bedroom cottage, work shop, clean.  Large Lot. Terms.  View lot, Davis Bay, Treed?  $1350 F.P. 10% down.  Call  J.- -Anderson;   885-9565,  *      885-2161  SECHELT REALTY  & INSURANCE AGENCIES  H. O. JDUFFY, AGENT-OWNER  Phone 885-2161, Box 155, Sechelt.  If you are contemplating making a change soon, why not start-  now? ~  We have some very nice properties of all descriptions, at end  of season prices. Why not drop  in and talk it over with Charlie  King or Ed Surtees at'  AGGETT AGENCnS$?LTD.  ������.'- -Sechelt YylYY;  Or phone 885-2065* days  88S-2066 in the. eyenfrig?.  PROPERTY FOR SALE >  At Roberts Creek, Beach Ave.,  Lot 11, Block 6, Group 1, Clear  title, 80 x 600, cleared in front  $2,000, $"00 down, balance monthly. Phone 885-9575.  Waterfront lot  in  West  Sechelt.  128 U. frontage, water available  Idea]   bi riding  lot.  Apply  J.   E.  Parker, Sechelt, B.C.  "By.the   Sea" Trailer-?E^rk?  On beautiful beach near Gibsons.  Plenty .'?of������ Yspace' foi:?' -recreation  - and! gardeh? Phone?;8$6-9813: ' y.....  Cosy ,2 bedroom uniuTiiished  house y on Ywaterfrpnt^ ������ Roberts  Creekarea.?$50 *^r^ mbhth. Ph.  ���; 886-7746:Y,.y:V''vyvYy:;;^ -^/l ��� ;; ..;��� y  -Furnished suite, .heated and?hot  water. Adults only. "'��� Phorie 886-  99i8, evenings 886-9316/; Y?>yy  -: MiscTi-c^  Excellent Christmas ..present for  experiencea1. rider? Arabian ithor.  oughbred mare? eiceilent disposi- _\  tiohf also western saddle^arid bridle. :?Ph. Lynn Vj^nony-^-9813??  Homart; oil fired iflobr? furnace,  size 24' x 40, complete with pipe,  and tubirig. thermostat Controlled. Heats 4 to 5 rooms. Phone  ,886-2477. y'Y;���'Y * 1 V;.:';yy^Y??Y?y  Large1 circulatory heater., :New;;  Phone 886-2445.  Blond wood coffee table. Phone  886-9534.  Fleetwood mantle   TV,  17 inch:  large" oil  range,   cheap.  ,Phone  ' 886-9918,   evenings   886-9316.  Oil heater with cross floor blower, barrel and stand. $40. Phone  886-2186.  We have a used Lionel electric  train. Cost over, $125. Make an  offer. ; Y ���  1 new sheet ^"x5'xl2' marine  plywood for a pram.   Save $10.  Everything  in  the store   15%  off till  Christmas.  "Earl's, Ph. 8S6-9600  Girl's Golden Hawk bicycle, Ph.  '886-2438. '  MUSHROOM  MANURE  Weedless, odorless,  easy to handle, general purpose humus fer-.....  tilizer, ideal for lawn dressing or  base, large and,small fruit's,"vege-y*  tables and?flowers. Phi 886-9813?  Used   electric   and gas ranges,-'  also oil  ranges.  C &   S   Sales?  Ph. 885-9713,   Sechelt,  WANTED'.'.::-: :���    .; -:.. 1   \'-Y/Y  Set of bunk beds. Phone 886-2270.f  Good home for male police' and"  collie Crosse Good' with -children:  Phone 885-9959. ��� -   ���        ?  Pair of snowshoes.  Ph? 884-5325:1   ��� ������ : ��� : ���r������1/  Used furniture, or what have?  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gib- 2  sons, Ph. 886-9950. y?  ANNOUNCEMENTS  ?   ??-: Y '?��� f  ������''..,.'���-    -���' ''J *'.. j"J  $1 in free/STANLEYSjnerchan*^  dise as an extra bonus for each?'  STANLEY! PARTY   booked   and;  held in January. Mrs? Emerson,  R.Ryl,  Sechelt: 885-9510. ? i.  ROBERTS CREEK    ;  CREDIT UNION  ^     Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9551  Serving  Gibions   through  to  Halfmoon Bay  Membership   ienquiries . welcome  Piano tuning, regulating, repairs. ���  Robert B. Spears. ?F6r appoint-;  ment Phone 886-2324.  Sewing machine. trouble? Call"  the repair man,  886-2434.;  .%  .^NOUNCEMENTS. .(Cont'd)?  mMBER, CRiJISlNG  K.   Bi^^eiliYi97^?^endreU  St,  Vancouver S^Pfi.;685-6863. *  ./': ~-i ���/ NELSON'S- *���  LAUNDRY  & DRY  CLEANING  f ? FUR  STORAGE  <������//��� Phone������ Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts   Creeky Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zeriith 7020  RADIO, TV, HI-FI  Guaranteed TV and Hi-Fi repairs  Phone any time,* 886-9609.  Expert antenna repairs and installations. Phone 886-2318.  ���^"���w*"'--^''"'���'���-:i.--*''-<'''-"*"���*-���:>:;*"**���".-<--,wnT.. ���'  .;-.��� : ,  -r"'.... ���   ' -M.. y-* .'.. >  *..f '  takes pleasure in announcing that  MRSi LUCILLE HOLDEN, of Gibsons  has now joined their Sales Staff     ,  WANrfOMAKE  BEAUTIFUL MUSIC?  Birr TOUR HI-FI NOV  ���WITH A LOV-COST UFE-dSCRED  XXX XXX XXXX XXXX X XXX>  Scxx  g       X     X     g     g  XXXJ  x x      x    x    5t . x x    I  xxx xxx xxxx    X ,Jt X    S  :-��^0TMAS: PARTY/..  for children of.^y  Port Mellon Community Association  Saturday, Dec 15 #|2 p,m.  Port Mellon Community Hall  "���"X- MOVIE FTATURE    fr        :-:'  "WHEN COMEDY WAS KINGV-  xxxxje       xxxxx;x   5  x      $xx^ i xx5  xxxx xxx     X  SC"X x  CXXX  X  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  :    SECHELT, B.C.     .  Ph. 885-9525  Taes? to Sat.  HAIRSTYLING        "X  designed just for you  COLDWAVING ��� COLORING  ��\t�����mm  LegitWi Hall - Gibsons  POORS OPEN 8 pm.  \ ���'.*���' ���      ���'.'���-   ���  XBiiffet Supper  Y^v $4 PER COUPLE  Royal Canadian Legion ��� Branch 109  a^m^m^mmapaa^aaaaPnmP+mmam^amtmSaar  XlXl' Dieter's  ���  |Fy ^ffi^ Service  ;   y    REPAIRS TO; ALL HI-FIs ��� RECORD PLAYERS  TAPE RECORDERS ��� TRANSISTOR and CAR RADIOS  SAVE MONEY - BRING YOUR SET IN  Govt. Certified Technician Ph. 886-2346  or phone 886-9609 anytime  JV^    -H>.   -"uJ-^^^^-t  -��*,-" ���*        ff      "to-i*  Jay-Bee Furniture & Appliances  GIBSONS  WATKINS PRODUCTS  W? H?;kent; Gibsonsy 886r9976 Y  Tree falling, topping ojr; remov- K  ing lower limbs for view. In- %  sured work from Port Mellon Y  to YPender Harbour. Phone .  886-9946, Marven Volen.  ? PEDICURIST S?  .     Mrs. F. E. Cainpbell  Selma Park, ori bus stop.       ���  Phorie? 885:'9778 for  appointment. |  ^ATERy SURVEY-y SERVICES ���<��� 4  HYDROPURE   water  ���sterilizer  |  water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  ?and stump blasting. R.R. 1, Sechelt. Phorie 885-9510;  Thurs., Deal  8 p.m.  SCHOOL HALL  Gibsons  The $300 must  beei  Kinsmen Club of Gibsons  Present their Annual  School Hall  ���*.     .    "      ���    -   f-  MAYBE YOtPLL  BE THE WINNER  $6 per couple Buffet Supper  _��JR!IZES, NOVELTIES  Dancing 10 to ?  4 Sharps from the Coconut Grove  Tickets from any Kinsman  Watch Repairs  fr JEWELRY  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  Ph.  886-2116,   GIBSONS  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone 886-  2179'or  write   Box  588,yCoast   f  'News. '  For    guaranteed watch    and  jewelry    repairs, see    Chris's  ! Jewelers, Sechelt. Work  done  ? on the premises. tfn  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and:S*��n��mason; ...  All kinds of brick and st��rie-;  work���Alterations..and repairs  Phone 886-773*    ���  vidroir d'aoust  JPainter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work  Guaranteed  Phone 886-D652, Ntatb Road.  ii*  DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperhanging. Phono Gibsons  88G-77;"i9 lor voe ostinialcs.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  Hansen's XJranstef pP Sechelt  ' ' ���'���'   '���{     ''    ''   ' ''.'-   '---Y'Y    ��� ������ ���    ��� '. ���'''       '       -'  hoi been taken over by  PENDER HARBOUR  POWELL RIVER FREIGHTWAYS  Gerry Hayes, proprijstor  Hansen's Transfer will continue under its o<wni name  -    Mr   L. HANSEN CONGRATULATES Mr.  HAYES ON HIS TAKE-OVER  AND HOPES HIS CLIENTS WILL SUPPORT M*. HAYES  ii���rnt-TS *a!ftn***-*-"'~'** 6       Coast News, Dec. 13,  1962,  '       Make sure yOu leave adequate  , room   for    stopping   your   car.  r- ' Tests sh'bW -thatj* at--2(^=m_les->=<pei?^  hour, a car equipped with ordinary tires and travelling on  dry concrete can be stopped..in  abojut -21s,. feet. *rQn% hgrd.lparejeed  snow'the stopping distance is increased to 60 feet and on glare  ice to 195 feet.  MICKEY COE     "���  :      Member  Professional Salesmen's  Club  Thunderbird  Falcon      * v  Fairlane  Galaxie  Trucks  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., I$,C.  Bias. Telephone Res.  AM 6-7111    BR 7^6407  Natural cycles  Fish, insects, birds and animals  ^..pass. through?cycles...In?,Canada's  northland there are  periods   of*  scarcity followed by renewal of  abundance. These affect all the  isn^lltaimmals??^The Arctic Fox,  the  most  important  fur-bearing  animal in our Arctic has a four*-  ���year cyele similar to that of the  ilemmings. The lemming can in-;  " crekse from scarcity to incredible, numbers, and every fourth?  year there is an overflow supply.  The lynx reaches a peak about*  . every ten years atjhe^same time  as ~the snbwshOeYfahhit.  Church    Chuckles    by CARTWRIGHT  Trees? provide the raw material  for some 4,000 products in common use today? An accurate count  is impossible since research in  the laboratories of government  agencies and private industry are  constantly adding to this number.  PORT MELLON  NEW^YEAR C^  yy ..rmkiscE.  BREAKFAST - 2:30 t<x 3:45 a.m. at  .-;..^aa��id^''Hot^y;;y--:  JOE PERRY BAND���Community Hall���Dancing 11 to 4 a.m.  ADMISSION $3 per person?,  ut  'Great, simply great! Right after I bawled out  the whole congregation for commercializing Christmas!"  Canadian  Scholarship  TRUST PLAN  Brochures on Request  Room 518 Burrard Building  1030 West Georgia St.  Vancouver, B.C.  $i$iw#iwi^  Santa ^  Progressive JSferifoemts of  Gibsons will proudly have  ^ SANTA CLAUS handing  out gifts to kiddies on  Sat.9 Dec. 15.  Finances healthy  The annual meeting of St. Aidan's W.A., Roberts Creek, was  held on Dec. 4, and the various  reports showed that continued efforts of the members and the  support of the public kept the  finances   in a healthy condition.  At the election of officers the  following were elected: President  Mrs. D. Manns; vice-president,  Mrs. Atrill; secretary, Mrs.  Mould; treasurer, Mrs. E. Hewitt; Sunday School superintendent? ^iss Hafrbld; sick visitor,  Mrs. L. Matthews; U.T.O., Mrs.  Harbord; .*.��� social convenor, Mrs.  Warburton; onanist, Mrs. Oakley; publicity, Mrs. Sear.  wz:.  ���������������  <*���  ���.��  *&  ~��mm '  -a  ���������������  o  ...a*  Vw  ���������������  <m>  <m>  ��� ���������-  ��� ������  ��� ������  ��� ���������  ��� >���������  Here's a reminder to listen all day to CKLG  -Y 73 on the dial ��� where the progressive  civic - minded businesses .will currently be  sponsoring the popular Gibsons - Sechelt  Town Talk and Business Personality shows.  0i0!flf#fl!fl!O!O!^  If you like scenery, stop to enjoy it.  Off the tree!  If you are using a metal Christmas tree, this year, the Canadian  Underwriters' Association recommends that you use off-the-tree  lighting with colored lights to  give a softer and more beautiful  illumination.  Placing strings of Christmas  lights :;:up6ri?-any. metal tree sets  up the possibility of electric  shock if the cord becomes frayed or the interior of a light socket comes in contact with the  tree.  5Play it  safe and use off-the-  tree lighting with" any metal tree?  Printed Pattern  vs*  For the Home  For Her For  For the Kiddies  Bring the Kiddies  in to see  ?  " ft-  LXJ**\  Starting  Dec. 15  ^/Have the kijddie's picture taken with Santa  ��   y in blafck and white^  COLOR PICTURES IF REQUIRED  \-1     FtdmrDec. 17 to Dec. ,24 inclusive  New line of Christmas Records  V^o^t:^jftji'Sy^ir^-Sai- DcMii'iis^i; Oining Room Suite  vValued at $219.75 -~ Draw tickets free with purchases  ^xx\ ;-/< %-; ������*���- -;  ' f? "Vvvvv  '������v. I s":^-y   * - -.:-���:     ���,:;   y :?������." .���  J. J. Rogers MM.  THE STORE WITH VANCOUVER PRICES  WE KNOWINGLY WILL NOT  BE UNDERSOLD  Sunny-crest Plaza - 886-9333  tit?'  MEDICINAL FIR BARK  The bark of Douglas fir is one  of the richest sources of Fla-  vonoid substitutes, which are believed to have medicinal value  in the healing of radiation burns  and'JfrQst bjtes.,.They also are  ������excellent anti-o^idants for preventing rancidity'in fats and. oils.  C. E_ SICOTTE  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  Land Clearing ��� Excavating  and Road Building  FREE .ESTIMATES  ?hone 886-2357  B_H_a__a_��___H��_B_��a_>___B_cai  DIRECTORY  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.  Marshall's Plumbing  Heating & Supplies  Ph. 886-953-3, 886-9690 or 886-2442  BILL SHERIDAN  TV - APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES  AND SERVICE  Phone 885-9534  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 requirements? ��� Agents,;; for Mary  Maxim Wpol. ?  GIBSONS VARIETIES  Phone 886-9333   ;  ,;SC'.&:S SALES-  ���.'"���-',:':',  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  '*      PROPANE  Also Oil Installation  Free estimates?  Furniture  Phone  885r9713   v  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  , "Personalized Service"  Agents.  Brown Bros*? Florists  , Anne's Flower Shop        .  Phone 8869543  OPTOMETRIST  ROY SCOTT  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Y    AGENT     '  FIRE, AUTO & GENERAL  INSURANCE  Phone 886-2191  H. B. Gordon & Kennett  Limited  Gibsons Box 19  ;"A Sign of Service"  COMMERCIAL   & DOMESTIC  REFRIGERATION  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  John Hind-Smith  Phone 886-9949  SIZES       -<i*  Choose the neckline most flattering ��� a deep, deep V with a  crisply scalloped fill-in! /Below  waist, unpressed pleats that fall  softly.   ":;.. -'���"-"'-VY'.?  Printed Pattern 9129: Half $zes  12'/2, imXlWi, 18��/_, 20%;?22V_.  Size I614 takes 3% yds. 35-in;  % contrast.  FIFTY CENTS (50c) in*coins  (no stamps, please) for this pattern; 'Pririt plainly SIZE, NAME,  ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER.  Send order to MARIAN MARTIN,  care of Coast News,  Pat-:  tern Dept., 60  Front St., West,  Toronto, Ont.  FIRST TIME EVER! Glamorous movie star's wardrobe  plus 116 exciting styles to sew  in our new Fall-Winter Pattern  Catalog. Send 35c.  Home and industrial Wiring   .  Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances,  TV Service  Hoover Vacuum Cleaneris  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer  Pho/ie 886-9325  COLES IRON WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  R^klUNGS&POS-rS  Fire screens & accessories  Custom Furniture,  Patios  Fibreglass awnings  Phone 886-9842     .*,.-  Open evenings and weekends  Hill'* Machine Shop  Cold Weld Process       -  Engine Block Repairs  ?   Arc,. Acy Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-W21 '   R_s.  886-9956  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING ���  PLUMBING  Complete installation  Quick  efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  D. J. ROY���P. Eng. B.C.L.S.  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS  P.O. Box 37, Gibsons  1334 West Pender St.  lancouver*, 5       ^Ph. MU 4-3611  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialist  Kitchen  Cabinets  Office and Store Fixtures  Custom Home Furnishings  Repairs and Refinlshing  Quality Material & Workmanship  Guaranteed  R.   BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  J Phone 886-2551   ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHELT  Phoh'e.885-2062  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  v        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  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 cuttin* s in Stock  SECHELT BLDG. SUPPLIES  *   Phone 885-9600  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  I & S TRANSPORT Xtd.  .     Phone  886-2172  Daily Freight Service ���  Vancouver, Gibsons,  Port  Mellon, Wilson Creek and  return  Local '& long distance moving  Heavy  equipment hauling  ?   Charter loads  iUNSHINE COAST  > CO.  NAVVY JACK,   SAND,  CEMENT FDLL,  PEAT MOSS,  BRICKWORK  Tel. 885-2132  Box 389 ��� Sechelt  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties  Canada Permanent Mortgage;  Corp.  apply  Charles English  Ltd.  YY?/representative  Gibsonsi'YYy'YY 886-2481  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  A.? J. DUFF ZRAL  Phone 885-4468  BACKHOE  and  LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and Ht)CK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  ���W.  KARATEEW,  Ph.  886-9826 READY  MIX  METE  IP  &  W  Development  co. ���  Phone 886-9857 ��� Gibsons  MEETINGS  of   ...  -  JEHOVAH'S, WITNESSES  Congregation Bible  Study.  Gibsons, Se.helt, 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 psa  Public Talk  Kingdom Hall, Sun:. 3 p.m.  Walchtower Study  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 4 p>m.  The Kingdom Hall is at  Selma Park  No Collections ���  gs useful  Canadian - born "international  stars of comedy, Johnny Wayne  and Frank Shuster ��� depicted  above . by. (Canadian, cartoonist  Duncan Maepherson ��� will star  on TV?ih Canada, the U.S. and  Great Britain this SeaSOn? They  have contracted for four one-  hour; specials on CBC-TV, six  appearances with Ed Sullivan  and a BBC-TV special.  Shop hours  THE TWO BEST HEATING  SYSTEMS KNOWN TO MAN  Nobody questions nature's "heating systems���and  when it comes to home heating nothing is quite as  I *   good, as safe, dependable Esso Oil heat  With Esso you have that reassuring feeling that you  always get the very best; the very best and most  economical heating fuel, the very best and most  reliable service. / -   %, !  Call your nearest Imperial Esso Agent today and  let him introduce you to that wonderful world of  Esso warmth. ^  Danny Wheeler  H  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST  An ail-out effort to solve the  constantly recurring problem of  Shop-Closing ? Hours: in;. this, prq-  > vince, - is, being attempted; by .the  B.C. Division of the -Retail Merr  chants' Association. ���'  In the hope of receivings a clear-  cut . majority decisionyfrbirt? the 1.  province's retailers;. theYR.M.A.  is  now sending but? 7,000  ques-?  tionnaires. .-'- ' *  Although the questions being  asked' cover the entire subject  ' of shopping hours? ��� pbssiblyythe i  most important question of ythe  survey is:- "Are you m favor" of  wide-open, unregulated shopping  hours, with no restrictions'^in, regard to closing times?" \],  . Ray Hunt," general manager of  the Retail Merchants' Association', stated that an efforts is being made to avoid accusations of  bias, by sending tho' ^questionnaires, not only to their own  members but to several thousand  non-members as well.- Although'  primarily representing the independent retailer, both small and  large, [the Association is asking  all corporate chains and department scores to co-operate in this  survey.  If the survey indicates that a  substantial majority of merchants  are tjhsatisfied with the present  provisions of the Municipal Act,  a submission will be made to the  government at the next session  of the legislature in Victoria.  First beef cattle to arrive in  British Columbia were settled at  the Alkali ranch, established in  1861.  Underwate*r log'salvage "is becoming; ah important phase of the  Canadian lunabering industry- in  certain areas. Until recent years  sinkers or dead-heads, as sunken  logs are called, were recovered  from shallow  water only.   This  was done with a pike pole which,  literally speared logs lying on the  bottom?    --?'������ '���,. ��� ..YYy,..?. .,,...,   ''.  ��� Since perfection of ^Scientifically  Controlled Underwater Breathing  Apparatus - (SCUBA*) ��� recovery of -  sunken logs in deep water has  become practical and profitable.  For many -years? it-was believed   that   sunken^;lpgs:. ^were not  worth recovering. "Some thought  ,only":������ a   pbo*rY:vig^de --log would  sink;  or lit rsubrner^edyfor more  than ���'���'.���a ���yfew:weeks; -logs would  quickly/decay ; when recovered  and expose.? to?air; bri logs should  be   so , badly; * discolored   they '  would - riot I produce. marketable.  lumber?; All: these claims have  been disproved?/ Logs '������'��� reepvered'',  .after being 'submerged 25 tb?30 ?  'years yare v I producing;:? excellent  .  Iumb?(er?ahd?-veheer.YY/y^  Three? factors are required to  promjbte wood decaying fungi: a  sufficiehtyMegree?1? of; ��� iiiqisture,.  air, and a favorable temperature,  usually 75 to 90  degrees.  Lack  of any one of these requirements  will inhibit decay? A log lying  on a lake or river bottom absorbs sufficient moisture but  lacks air and warmer temperatures. It does not rot.  Some firms in Japan, who import logs for peeling to veneers,  store their logs; submerged in  fresh water to prevent checking  and splitting. At Sault Ste. Marie,  Ontario, squared timbers, about  10" X'10", /are stored underwater until ready to be installed as  sills on the bottom of canal, lock  gates, y Recently such a timber,  stored? underwater for 30 years,  was floated into place on a lock  gate and is expected Yto give  many-years service there? ?  One? Ottawa valley lumber producer" salvages logs from the Ot-  Coast News, Dec. 13, 1962.       7  tawa River in this fashion. Last  year this operation recovered  7,000 White Pine logs. Some logs  were nearly 50 years old. Sufficient lumber was produced  from these logs to build about  i00 houses.  ^*+^mam^mu0*m*^'^*^mmmmfi*mP^^*mm****a*^*m**m*^****m*^^0*m**mm��a**mm*��m*4*  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired  Drainage Fields Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  SECHELT THEATRE  Fri., Sat., Mon.  ^FRANK SINATRA  Dec. 14, 15 & 17  SHIRLEY MacLAINE  y      '  (Technicolor)  Starts at 8 ?p.my out at 10:2Q p.m.  CHRISTMAS  SEALS  MICKEY COE  Member  ^Professional Salesmen's  ?;: .    .  . -Club ��� ?-.; -':.���';���  Falcon  Fairlane  Galaxie  Trucks  Thunderbird  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bois. Telephone Res.  AM6-7111    BR 770497  SECHELT MOTOR TRNSPORT^LTD.  NOTie  Due to changes in the time schedule of British Columbia  Toll Authority Ferry System, a new time schedule, effective January 2, 1963, is being filed with the Public Utilities Commission of British. Columbia.  Copies of the proposed time schedule will be on file at  the main office of the Company at Sechelt, the terminal  depot at Vancouver, Powell River and the Express Office  at Gibsons; B.C.  This application is subject to the: consent of-:the Public  Utilities Commission and any objections to same may be  filed with the Superintendent of Motor Carriers, Public  Utilities Commission, Vancouver, B.C. on or before December 22, 1962. y .'  --*,**  YY  (a B.C. favorite because of the taste)  CARLING  THE CARLING BREWERIES(B.C.)LTO  P9267-I  # This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. Church Services  ANGLICAN  ;>  St. Bartholomew's,, Gibsons    <  .7:'45' a.m., Holy Communion    '-  11:15 a.m., Matins ;  . 11:15 a?m?,'Sunday School    j,  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  3 p.m., Evensong  ll a.m., Sunday School    s  ,  St. Hilda's, Sechelt !  11. a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m., Evensong  Community Church, Port Mellon  9:30 a.m., Holy Communion  :  /.UNITED '  Gibsons  ������������������ ����� ���  ���  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m.,'Sunday School   ,  11 a.m., Divine Service  \ 11.       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 7:36 p.m.  .   1st Sunday of each month '  Anglican Communion  9:30   a.m.  3rd Sunday of each month  . BAFflST  Bethel Baptist, Sechelt  10 a.m., Sunday School  11:15 a.m., Worship Service",  7:30 p.m.V.Wed., Prayer-  Calvary Baptist, Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School      ,  7:30 p.m., Evening Service >���*  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs.  ' ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary?  Gibsons, 10:30 a.m.  CHRISTIAN  SCIENTISTS  Church Services  ��� and Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek United Church  Radio Program: The Bible  Speaks to Vju, over CJOR, 600,  1:30 p.m. every  Sunday  PENTECOSTAL  - "ttZf'* ���   '-,,   Gibsons  '    *41 a-.m., Devotional  lOja.mf, Sunday School, ^  7:30 jp.m.,lEvangeUstic'"Service  - Tues.V 7/&Q p.m., Bible Study  Fri.,.^^ p.m.,  Young People  ' Sat., 7:30 p.m.,' Prayer  Coast News, Dec. 13,  1962.  t   >*.,'y.^    "  ' >**��������*" "I *���"'**.  Glad Tidings Tabernacle .  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  CANTATA TO BE  SUNG  E. L. Ashford's cantata Holy  Night will be sung by Gibsons  United Church choir at the morning service Sunday/Dec: 23\ The  choir has been practicing this  cantata for some weeks under direction   of   Mrs.    E.    Sherman.  IT PAYS TO    *  KNOW ABOUT;  SCOTIA PLAN  CHEQUE-CREDIT  before  you buy anything  on   time  �����������  �����  '������������  ���������������  <������������  *&  .������������  *%>  4ft*  *m>  ��� ������'  ��� ������������  4S*  ���������������  -sfe*  <6ft>  -Sfe*  ���������������  ���������������  a...  I*  *Sm  ������������  48!  that will delight  any woman  Cardigans, Pullovers, Cosily quilted dusters,  Frilly and tailored blouses, Fine leather handbags,  Smart dresses, Car coats, Ski jackets  and sporty slims  Shop at ... .  JH. Bishop Ladies Wear  and Millinery  -   , .    s  Phone 885SOOS ��� SECH&LT  Ladies Wear is our ONLY Business  fc?��������?'����������������W^^  Xmas  GREEN BOWLING  Open Bowling  / 1  December 19 to 31  MON. to FRI. - 6:30 to 11 p.m.  SATURDAY - 3 to 5 p.m. - 6:30 to 11 p.m.  SUNDAY - 1:30 to 6 p.m.  BOWL THE GREEN PIN  Free Games ��� Cash Prizes  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  Phone 885--0O18  Scotia Plan Cheque-Credit is  a low-cost "revolving credit"  plan that enables you to estab-  - lish your credit first, then  spend it as you please���all at  once or over many months���  anywhere in Canada���for any  number of purchases. One  low monthly paymentcovers  , everything���amounts to  ; about one-twelfth of the  credit actually used, and automatically rebuilds your  Cheque-Credit reserve to give  you a continual supply of  credit. You get a monthly  statement of your account.  And you're life-insured for  the balance outstanding at all  times, at no extra cost to you.  Find out all about Scotia Plan  Cheque-Credit now���at your  nearest  THE BANK OF NOVA SCOT!Ft  ...��  ��....  ��������������  ���������������  ���������'......���',-   _, . .-.'*;*-.. ��  :K/aX/':\. '������'.���,>,������:���    '/I/I-.a-a- .      LEAN  PENINSULA MOTORS  BUY Jew 1  '60 Meteor Rideau Sedan  Beef Stew 69c lb.  NORTH STAR  Weiners    39c lb.  SMOKED  Cod Fillets 49c lb.  BURNS  IN EXCELLENT SHAPIS ��� WAS $2150 -.'  '56 Chev Convertillle  IN GOOD SHAPE, GOOD RUBBERYNICE CLEAN CAR FOR THE SPORTY TYPE  '59 International 3-4 ton    S1495  4-SPEED TRANSMISSION A^JD SPECIAL LOW GEARED REAR END  '55 Mercury half ton  '52 Ford 1-2 ton  GOOD RUBBER  A ROUND THE YARD  SPECIAL  $695  $250  Nalleys Potato Chips  Side Bacon 69c lb.  ORDER YOUR XMAS  TURKEY NOW  ' Fresh' or? Frozen ��- All. Weights  49cea.  > 11 oz. ��� FRESH STpCK ��� REG. 59&f  ��� *��� ��� ___ _____ __   FROZEN       FOODS  I  By Special Arrangement New LOW, LOW  BANK FENMCING/  See us now for Christmas Delivery on the car of your choice  Many new 1963 Models in stbek for  Immediate Delivery  OLDSMOBILE - CHEVROLET -' PONTIAC  CHEVY II's - ACADIAN - CORVAIR - BUICK  Peninsula Motor Products (1957) Ltd.  WILSON CHEEK --' Ph. 885-2111  m  . DELNOR  Corn on the Cob  Malkins Fancy  ?::';?:-::YP;RO>.DUCvt  ^f6^X^P^^.Xh^^  Golden Ri��e Bananas^  Fresh Dates     Y^- ?-----  4  $h98Box  4> - Reg. 45#  2 lb. pak 39c  : i%.  ml  I  i  for.  2lfis. *-35o  ....   24 oz.  >eS//X^i  ,-,,*���; \   .. ���;������ *    .     '���.';��� . y * 'X' . ;;  - $3.mBiWdle  Christmas Crackers   j  Y::^-Y'Toy8?;~?DoI_8   ;  ������ <j>  FRI. NlTtS USt 9 P.M.  OELWeHY OH OtfPERS  _2**_*J5**2��  Large Variety of  Christmas    Candies  Chocolates  Baking Supplies  _f  D���CtV��f2Y DAY&  GlBsoHi-EYfRY pay exeepr wed  Gower Point- Thuo*>d/\v  port mellon-fbipay  RQ0CRTS CREEK-SATURPAV    ,   %g^l%ffieW&S  \ Gi&sons  Merchants  Free Xmas Draw  this weekend  lAm&&imim&mimtt%&rlim��>^^

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