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Array Provincial Library,  Victoria, B. C.  :*i Vji.-  rt!**;t:  li :;m*y  ���ffi.*&-     M  ���?���'��� J'.-*    �����  "���rir fi.:-��� :S ���*:���  lll- V>Vx/*  :'** ��?'?������  GOLDEN   COT AWARD  ���  :COFFEEJe;l    .  .      r    at DANNY'S.., ?  COFFEE HOUSE & MOTEL  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  /"#��������*  ��tus  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE COAST  Published  in  Gibsons.   n.C.      Volume 17, Number 17, April 22, ^ 1S'3.  7c  per copy  A COMPLETE LINE'  OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine Men's  Wear  Ltd.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  At midnight, Thursday, April  3$. the latest Gooldrup-built boat  was lifted by the tide from its  launching trailer in Gibsons bay.  The plywood, hull has a length  of 30 feet, beam of 7 feet, and  draft of 4 feet. A 280 hp. Ford  marine by Industrial Marine Pow  er, drives a 23 x 19" Summec  wheel through   1.9  reduction.  A Wagner Model N85 hydraulic  system permits tw6-station?::steer-  ing control. Marihac throttle and  clutch controls also operate from  two stations?? permitting complete  operation ?bf??th^ vessel from the  stern??:A Fairway transister depth  sounder? adds a necessary navigation; feature.  OnsFriday morning, owner Mer^  vinf Rieid put the new gillnetter  thittroigii? its first trials along  Thprhborough Channel. While no  accurate clocking could be made  at  that  time,   observers  ashore  and on board estimated the vessel's   speed  at   about  25 knots  More exact trials are being conducted? at - Pender Harbour,  the  boat's home port^  An interesting feature of tW;  craft is its exceptionally low  deck. Without undue sacrifice of  hold space, this innovation affords a ? protective 2rf oot gunwale  throughout the deck area, and al.  so -permits convenientrwalk3n entrance to the 10-foot, fully-furnish.  ed  cabin.  Merv Reid intends to-take the  boat, unnamed at the "time ec  launching, north to the Millba-ik  Sound-Smith Inlet grounds for the  coming sockeye season!  Bring your program: as that is  your, admission ticket to' the three  plays being staged on .-Friday, Ap-,  iii ;26 at 8 p.m. in Sechelt Elementary School auditorium.  'The^cast .of? Bookworms Don't  rfaye :?to ,Bite,   includes   Karen  Spencer, Nancy Stroshein, Janicey  Furuyai,;; Cindy Nygren, Elizabeths  Humphreys?   Pamela    Wagman, :  Phyllis ? Humphreys,   Marilyn  Simpkins,   xOna    Burnett,  R oni  Pluraridge, Glenys Macleod, Bar-  bara^umphreys, Billy? Simpkihs, ,.:  CathyJBoyle, John Simpkins, Mar-.  ty Zrall Robin Barendregt, Mich-  -ael:|?iJackson.- ".'���' ���?:- -tAl  Donations of, home made candy  to gb'bn sale that night, will be  welcomed,^.and.c^n.be..left ,at>;the,,,,  HomeVjO^ .   .,,  ... _ ,.._,.  R?'i_$i*ee��*^  Mrs. E?JF_t^eraia:iPro^ letter  ---. -<-**^s*--'-'ri^**r^>^-*''-^^ *'.i*_--v-,ro'v 4^.-^*- .^r^r-;. - ������ -���������~--- -���^���������---���������������v^^-^^t.S^ *r^*tr"'  candy salesi also for Sechelt Hos        -�����������-*>. ,-* r^t.  2 more homes  Three building permits totalling $26,750 were passed by Gib-  : sons municipal council at Tuesday night's meeting.  One to Hazel and William  Wright was for a six room 42x  49 foot $16,500 home on Abbs  road. The second was to Georgia  Lands Ltd?? E. W. Gibbs owner,*  for a four room 38x24 home on  Georgia View to cost $10,000.  The third permit was for a $250  carport at Fred Feeney's home  on Sergent road.,  A request for paving in front  of businesses at the, Vancouver  bound bus stop drew froin <?6un-  cil information that it has "tinder  consideration a street curb and  paving program .for next year.  'Accounts totalling? $712.70 were  ordered paid.   :    , -  IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT  80 percent vote gives  Society power to seek loan  By an 8Q percent in fayor vote, ��� (by motion that financial reports  St.-Mary's Hospital Society at its .Xin / future contain ? comparisons  annual meeting Sunday afternoon'y jj-vith the *previous year.  Cl^mutpWeek  ?May t? 3y?to?? ilO:?-was? declared  Jn Roberts Creek Community Hall.  was "given power to borrow, when?  necessary, up to $150,000?for teml?  porary financing of constrii-ction;  of the proposed new hospital. A?  75% vote was necessary? ?..??y?y'?  About 200 persons from Pender  Harbour to   Port Mellon*,   heard  k To give the meeting background  ^infdrmation concerning the fin-  \t��!zljig..'p- the proposed hospital,  ?Frank West, secretary.treasurer  yof the Hospital Improvement District? trustees said: .  ? Trustees of Sunshine Coast H03-  . .pital Improvement District 31  the trustees explain that th<*rcy ?make the following announce-  was need for such borrowing.bey? j^jent to the ratepayers of the dis-  cause governments, provincial|;ltrict and to the directors and  and: federal, *^culd?not ,?payah|"  holding" the plebiscite, the provincial government, because* of the  economic crisis which faced the  Dominion of Canada during last  summer, had to declare that Hospital Improvement Districts could  not any longer depend on the  provincial government for marketing their debenture issues, but  had to make the necessary arrangements- themselves. Furthermore government .guarantees for  such debenture issues would be  restricted to issues" meeting certain requirements as regards in-  Time change!  Don't forget to wind up the  cat and put out the clock ��� or  if you prefer wind up the' clock  and * put it ahead one hour ���  then forget the cat.  More daylight hours for outside occupations will become effective at 2 a.m. Sunday morning, officially. So put your clock  ahead one hour!  iHuninuiUMWiMnmninnimnmnimnnmnnmnmntt-  Seek room  for school  Fall influx  Sechelt District School Board  at Tuesday night's meeting decided to find room for next September's influx of children, following defeat of the referendum  which would have provided such  space.  Efforts will be made to obtain  the use of Ithe Anglican parish  ball for another year and from  funds not used from Referendum  No. 2 money, will be found to  add a fourth room on to the new  Roberts Creek school and in this  new room some 30 or more children   will  find   accommodation.  Permission will have to be obtained from the department of  education to use previous referendum money for use beyond the  requirements of that referendum.  The board decided to hold its  last meeting of the month on  Monday: nights instead of Tuesday and to arrange that there  be more information presented  with the board meeting agenda  which trustees receive before"  each meeting so they will have '���'..  a better insight into what is-to-  be . discussed. Copies of letters  received will  be  sent  to  ehair-  pital Auxiliary.,  CANCER CANVASS  All canvassers are requested  to .meet at 2, p.m. at Kinsmen  Hall Friday, April 26. More volunteers would ��� be- appreciated.  Canvass will start Mon., April 20  requesting^  sons ?and   District  Chamber of  Commerce.  Councillors were of the opinion  it would be a good move *and  suggested that wherever possible  the public should join the movement and do their part to make  Gibsons a clean and bright spot.  ana:teaerai,; wicuia:not ?pay aaw^*neinbers .of St   Marv's -Hosnital     �����>*��������� .^^""uo _,�� j^aiua^,-     _c-_.ivcu w_u. we  srai, mx-nair-  gr*��m*__*?^l^ee_*t^^  of the.work was done. In the case-\\ ^A���thnrized  hv th*  rat^vpr,*    could not be met; districts would-        -~ .^  ,....^.^^:y  Cookie week  LETTERS  On the school referendum  Editor: I feel very strongly that  the No vote on the recent school  referendum was  a protest vote.  Poor public relations on the  part of the board contributed too.  It was presented at a poor time  ��� conflieing with the voting date  of the federal election. .  From.. the meeting held I got  the impression the hands of the  local board are tied because of  department rulings in Victoria.  Perhaps if some of these problems were aired to the public ������  they in turn would be somewhat  sympathetic. Surely this is everybody's business and no need for  secrecy.  Can we hope for more straightforward information when the  next referendum comes along?  LENORA I. INGLIS.  to know which of the three statements is correct. And why have  the two rooms not been added to  the -Gibsons school long, ago, if  the need is so urgent?  We believe that most of the no  voters are willing to provide the  funds for the necessary expansion  of facilities anywhere in the district,- if only : the school board  would convince them that the  best possible use will be made of  such funds even when it comes to  buying of land. The? school board  had to admit in afpublic meeting that offers were" made to  them of land which was neither  acknowledged by the m n 0 r  brought up before the board for  discussion and investigation. So  why wonder that ratepayers are  reluctant to vote yes?  FRANK and?$MRYANNE WEST,  RiRXl. Gibsons.  Editor: We think "there is little  for the editor to bewail the 22  missing votes in the school refer,  endum. If he would analyze where  the No votes were cast he would  most probably come to the same  conclusion as those who refused  to go along with the school board.  No votes were heavy where the  board wanted to "buy more land  and did not tell the ratepayers  where and why.  In various meetings when ratepayers'and parents wished to discuss the matter with the board,  contradictory statements were  made or even information flatly  refused. Threats were uttered  about swing shifts and other  evils to befall our children, if the  referendum were turned down. In  a later meeting the school board  stated arrangements could b-***  made to avoid them. And now we  read in your paper that the school  board stated in Selma Park that  they have powers to build two  classrooms in Gib"-"**-*** ���"-"" -"5th-  out a referendum. We would like  Editor: I feel this defeat was  mainly a vote. of non-confidence  in the School Board. Aside from  the points brought out-in Mrs.  Volen's and Mrs. Stewart's letters, I feel the board could still  have had a passed referendum.  If they had'made more of an  efort to publicize the referendum,  mainly by mailing all the details  to the ratepayers^ instead of de-  pendinjg completely upon our local newspaper. The Coast News  has a circulation of about 1850.  It just doesn't reach the majority  of ratepayers.  Mos people will vote yes for a  school referendum without knowing all the details. They assume  the district needs more schools,  so they automatically vote yes.  I'm convinced the school board  didn't go out of its way to see  that this referendum was passed.  And that is why I feel they must  also share in the blame for the  defeat of this referendum.  Mrs. CELIA FISHER:  of the federal government it  would require about, a 25 percent  completion before any; grant  would be made.      .     '  ?  A nominating committee. of  Canon Alan Greene, Harvey  Hubbs and A. J. Rutherford pror  posed three names to fill two  three year term and a one year,  term board of trustee .vacancies*  The names proposed were ���?,Wil-i  liam Gardner, Pender Harbour,  and F. H. Bob Norminton, Ser  chelt, to fill the three year terms  and Les Hempsall of Port Mellon, secretary of the meeting, for  a one year term. These names  were accepted by the meeting  without discussion.  Proposed by Magistrate Andrew Johnston and seconded by.  Canon Greene,, George D. Phillips and Mrs. Elsa Warden were  given life memberships in St.  Mary's Hospital Society. Mr.  Phillips of Sechelt donated Hospital Cottage and the land to the  society and Mrs. Warden of Pender Harbour because she has  been for years a faithful and diligent worker on behalf of the society.  John A. Donnelly of. Middle-  point, president of the hospital  society, was chairman. On the  platform with him were Canon  Greene, Magistrate Johnston, gov  ernment representative; Mr.  Hempsall as secretary, James*  Parker of Sechelt, A. J. Rutherford, treasurer and W. R. Milligan, hospital administrator. Last  year's auditors, Rickard Crawford were re-appointed. A suggestion was made and approved  Blood wanted!  President Norm Peterson of the  Gibsons Kinsmen Club announces  the club will sponsor the Red  Cross blood donor clinic for the  third  year.  The clinic will be held in Gibsons Legion Hall May 6 and hours  will be 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. and 6:30  to 9:30 p.m.  Minimum age for blood donors  is 18 years. Registered donors  will be contacted by phone. New  donors are needed also as blood  is still urgently required.  There will only be this one opportunity to donate so please support this worthwhile cause. You  may save a life.  Authorized by the ratepayers'  decision expressed by plebiscite  ��� of May 25, 1962, tl?e district took  immediate /steps to obtain financing for the community's share of  the construction costs for the new  hospital to be built near Sechelc.  Unfortunately   shortly   after  net obtain government  approval  to sell debentures at all.'      -  The board of trustees: took up  the question of financing with  their bank and with various investment houses.   Bank and in-  continued on page 4)  seeks advice  on its parking problem  At the end of Sechelt's village  council meeting on Wednesday  night of last week as far as discussion on the parking section of  the zone bylaw was concerned,  council was back where it started.  The motion presented at the  previous meeting by Councillor  William Swain, asking that parking restrictions be limited to one  square foot of outside car parking space for every one square  foot of building space, again received consideration. Debate ended with the clerk, E. T. Rayner,  being requested to relay the ir*  formation presented, along with  the Swain motion, to the department of municipal affairs for advice.  Reading of the minutes of the  previous meeting revealed the  point that Mrs. Christine John-  sion, chairman of council argued  that if the Swain motion was  -passed it could possibly lead to  council being faced with lawsuits.  This remark was inadvertantly  tied in with remarks uttered by  Councillor Sam Dawe".  Council also examined the pro- ,  posed budget for tlie year and  the main point coming from it  was the decison that the budget  could not consider the financing  of sidewalks on the main street  tirs year. The budget as proposed  would require about the same  mill rate as last year.  Accounts totalling $866.11 were  ordered paid. Bernel Gordon and  Frank Parker will be delegates to  the Union of British Columbia  Municipalities association annual  convention in  September.  Permits were issued to Shop  Easy to clear land nearby for  parking facilities. This will cost  !?1,000. Peninsula Logging Supply  Ltd. was granted a permit to  build a $1,200 shed in rear of its  premises. Another permit was  granted Mrs. 'Florence Duncan  for the removal of cabins on Sechelt Inn property to a Porpoise  Bay location.  Girl Guide Cookie Week is here  again and on Saturday Guides  and Brownies will be calling to  ask you to buy a box of cookies.  The box of 24 sandwich type  cookies sells for 40c.  The total net profit on each  carton of 12 bo^cs is 2,23 which  is divided approximately by  three, 75c per carton stays in  the district for the use of local  groups, 75c goes to the division  and 73c to the province to help  administer the needs of the 27,-  000 Guides and Brownies in B.C.  Provincial cookies money is  used in part to acquire campsites and last year one Roberts  Creek Company spent a week at  the new provincial camp Tsoona  near Chilliwack. It also helps finance trips to international  camps.  Sugar protest!  At the last regular meeting of  the Howe Sound Women's Institute, May 1 was the date decided  on for the annual plant sale, with  home cooking and tea, to be held  in the cottage starting at 2 p.m.  It was also decided to donate  $30 to the Health Centre, $10 to  the Fire Department and $10 to  the Girl Guides. These amounts  are the proceeds from the last  tea.  A report was given by the secretary on the recent Fraser District Board convention. One resolution that passed was tna**. a  letter be sent to the price consumer board protesting the rises  in the price of sugar. ���  Mrs. Forbes read some -nter-  esting recipes and items from  some very old cook books. The  meeting adjourned, followed by  a social cup of tea.  New Queen  Ann Thorold has been chosen  by her grade six classmates at  Sechelt School to be their May  Queen. Rita Ono and Beverly Ono  will be the attendants. Flower  girls from the Sechelt School will  be Eleanor Lonneberg and Lynn  Oike. Lennie Beek will carry the  gifts. Two flower girls are to be  chosen from the Davis Bay school  Mrs. J. Redman is general convenor for the arrangements for  the celebration and hopes all  areas will participate. Entry  forms for the parade may be pro-'  cured at the Coast News office,  Gibsons, the Village Bakery or  Cozy Court Motel in Sechelt.  Lt. W. Watt has signified the  Sea Cadets and band of RCSCC  Lonsdale will attend.  $260 FOR RED CROSS  MONEY FOUND  Some money was picked up recently in Gibsons and the loser  can claim it by phoning 886-9831.  The Red Cross Society annual  canvass for Roberts , Creek district under the chairmanship of  Mrs. B. L. Cope has been completed and $260 has been sent to  the Vancouver headquarters. The  chairman thanks all who so kind.  ly gave of their time and energy  to make a complete canvass of  a large district with such good  lesults.  91 on Monday  Mrs. Anna Hjorthoy of Gibsons  will be 91 years old on Monday.  Mrs. Hjorthoy who lives at Wink-  en, Blinkin and Nod cottages  next to Hill's garage is one of  the areas real pioneers, having  lived on Gambier Island before  the turn of the century. A Sunday tea party will celebrate the  event.  Jobie car wash  Job's Daughters will hold a  Car Wash at Walt's Centre Service on Sat., April 27 from 10  a.m. to 2 p.m Car wash, 99c  Bethel 28, International Order  of Job's Daughters was one of  many Bethels to attend the 14th  annual grand session in Vancouver on April 19 and 20. Much beneficial information and suggestions were gained by the members.  AN EXPLANATION  Flue has hit the Coast News  staff. Items not set will be used  next week where possible. Coast News,  April 22, 1963.  Wxz (Eoast Kjeuis  Phone Gibsons 886T2622                                         '  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.  Three fields of operation  This is Chamber of Commerce Week in Gibsons as well as in the  rest of Canada. There are boards of trade or chambers of commerce  in 850 other communities striving to bring home to Canadians an understanding and appreciation of the role these organizations play  in community building.  There are three fields in which these organizations operate, the  local field, the provincial field and the federal? field. As the operation,  steps from one field to the other greater strength is added. At the  ���local level the district boards are the first step to the provincial field  and when the provinces merge in national convention the Canadian  Chamber of Commerce can speak with a fairly powerful voice.  There are three chambers of commerce in this area, one at Pender Harbour, another at Sechelt and the; third at Gibsons. The three  boards are now engaged in a co-operative effort which will eventually  give the three boards a more unified voice at chamber of commerce  councils. This will enable the Sunshine Coast to appear as a unified  area!..; ?������' -.-'���'  The right man on the right job in the right chamber of commerce  can do a powerful amount of good for his community but don't run  away with the idea women are excluded. They also can join and express their points of view. If you have a moan, groan, or even some  words of praise, putting them through the chamber of commerce does  help.  This book can help!  ?  Canada's department of trade and commerce has turned out aft  interesting pocketlbook for the small businessman and it can be recommended to all such businessmen.  It contains for instance, the difference between an individual enterprise, a partnership, the corporation and a co-operative. The advantages and disadvantages of each are explored and from there one  can make up his or her mind just what form of business organization they-prefer.      r  It also goes into store locations and why, store policies, records  and accounting, uses and sources of credit and insurance, in business.  When* one comes to an important part of the book? that covering  government laws and regulations, the various taxes are outlined and  how they operate in a general way. It overlooks the point that the  reading of those regulations can be done in as many ways as there  are readers and when one comes to a point on which clarification at  the source would be welcome ��� what do you usually get ��� a copy  of the regulations mailed back to you with the implied suggestion tha-  you read it.  Anyone dealing with government regulations can put an interpretation on them but the only one that really counts is what is the official interpretation. Perhaps a book on ways of dealing with people  who ask questions might follow this well-prepared and useful book  and thus break down that barrier of indefiniteness between administration and operation.  It is a thought which has lingered long in the mind of one who  had to interpret government regulations during the war. No matter  how many unofficial opinions were expressed .on how a regulation  operated the official mind was the one that had to Jbe obeyed. So,  let's have some of that Ottawa "forthrightness" spread ainong the  lower strata of government regulation administrators. Such a move  might be radical but we are living in radical times, are we hot?  SICK OF THE TALK  Problems of store hours have  bedevilled retail organizations  for a long, long time. Perhaps  the main reason is that many  merchants who want to make  money would like the customers  to come at the merchants' convenience; whereas other merchants who also want to make  money think that stores should  be open when the customer  wants them open, Sundays and  the midnight hours excepted.  From Kamloops comes news  that the Retail Merchants' Association of that community will  refuse to discuss store hours unless fifty-one percent of the  members petition the executive  tp put the subject on the agenda.  Prepared by the Research Staff of  ���ENCYCLOPEDIA   CANAD1AKA  ' Does wheat lead the cereal"  grains in  Canada?  Yes? wheat comprises about 42  percent of the cereal grains produced in this country. Oat's make  up about 37 percent of the production, barley 18 percent, -rye  and corn about one percent .each  and buckwheat about half of one  percent. Some J95 percent of the  . wheat and barley and 70 percent*  of the oats.are produced in Western Canada, ix  Do Canadians kill their  politicians?  Hardly ever. But there were  three murdered in the era before  and not long before Confederation. A member of parliament  named John Sheridan Hogan was  murdered in Toronto in 1859. A  Fenian slew the Hon. Thomas  D'Arcy McGee in Ottawa in 1868  and a Torontonian killed the  Hon. George Brown in Toronto  in 1880. It has been pretty safe,,  to be a politician in Canada ever  since.  What is a grain elevator?        "y?  The grain elevator, a familiar  sight in the Canadian west, is a  warehouse or granary in which  grain is elevated into storage  bins from which it can be dis- '  charged as required.  Elevators of this type, which  first began to replace horizontal  warehouses after 1860, have effected    considerable    economies  by   making   use of the flowing-  property of grain and thus elimi->  nating the need for sacking. Elevators may be operated by independent   owners,   by   dealers ?  controlling a large system of lo- \  cal  and  terminal elevators,   or?  by co-operatives. ���~'"4"  production -.. of milk; many have  produced 40 quarts of milk in  one day and many too hav#  given 1Q.000 quarts in a year.  Canadian dairy cattle have  reached a high degree of 'effici$.<-  ency in milk production and have  achieved a uniformity of type  envied by breeders from other-  lands. ' ���;   '  Beaver musk  for perfumes  It is hard to imagine the Canadian beaver having much to do  with exotic Oriental perfume.  But it has!  Each year, the Canadian fur  . industry.. ..exports. _a_.substantial.  quantity of castoreum���the dried  musk glands of the beaver. This  substance is used in India and  the Far East as a base or fixing  agent��� in the. mantifacture of fine  perfume.   -  .  Castoreum is orange -y brown  and'has a peculiar clinging odor.  Prices ��� for dried castoreum  range up to $7.-'a? pound in Canada.' ?   ���;.-?���?���'���:���������?������' /..y.1 ?���:���?.���::?���?.?..  Musk from the Tibetan musk  deer is considered the best fixing agent obtainable but: this has  been in short; supply iri recent  ' years. *-y* ?? ?x? .,*;..  Studies now being conducted  oh the musk glands of the musk-  rat /thay result in the. discovery  of still another Canadian fixing  agent for perfume.   .?.,.. ??y  Fur trappers have used castoreum for years to bait their  traps. The scent will last longer  and carry over greater distances  than practically? any other bait,  particularly in cold weather.  The Thrill That Comes Once in a Lifetime  A WE2STEK CLASSIC  J,  ���> THE UPPER ROOM, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE  Bead Philippians 2:5-11  The cup which my Father hath  given me, shall I not drink it?  (John 18:11.)  Our Lord Jesus always walked  this earth in a spirit of willing  submissiveness to God. Just before His crucifixion He spoke  these words to Peter. "The cup  which my Father hath given me,  shall I not drink it?" In these  words we see clearly expressed  His infinite humility. Because He  loved us, Christ was willing to  leave the glory of heaven to live  among us and bring redemption  through the sacrifice of Himself  upon the cross.  At the foot of the cross there  is no room for anyone to have  pride since it was the Son of  God who died for us.  The secret of growing . in  Christlikeness is for us to gaze  in humility on the submissive  and triumphant Savior, to follow His example, and to obey  Him. In these ways we attribute  to Him the honor and glory due  His holy name and express our-  gratitude for His sacrifice of  Himself for us.  Prayer: Our Father, we thank  Thee for the submissiveness of  Thy Son who was willing to  empty Himself of His glory in  heaven for our sakes. Give us  broken hearts before Thee, so  that we may please Thee and be  used in Thy service to help others. We ask in the name of Thy  Son, who taught us to pray,  "Our Father who art in heaven  '. . . Amen."  Thought for the  day:   At  the  foot   of   the   cross  there   is no  room for anyone to have pride.  ���Hiroyasu Iwabuchi (Japan)  (copyright ��� The Upper Room)  Edison have a family connection  with Canada?  A strong one. His great-grandfather, John Edison, was a fighting Loyalist during the "American  Revolution.    He    emigrated    to  Nova Scotia afterwards". His son,  Samuel Edison, served as, a Canadian militia captain in the War  of  1812.   Samuel  Edison  had  a*  son of the same name and Sam,  [Junior    was    the father of<the'  world-famous' Thomas Alva Edison.  Sam Junior supported William Lyon Mackenzie in the Re-a  belliori of 1837t fled like his iead-1  er to the U.S.A.,  and settled in  Milan,   Ohio.   There  his   amous,*  son was born in 1847.  When Tom Edison was 16, he  worked in Stratford, Ontario, as  a telegrapher. Years later, after  he had invented the world's first  motion picture machine, a peep-  box called the Edison Kineto-,  scope, its first public showing  was held in New York City under  the auspices of an Ottawa firm.  ���        ��� y **j  GOLDEN COLORING  Wood is used for maturing wh:s  kies. The golden coloring of whiskey comes from the wood sugars and tannins extracted from  the wood during the aging process.  Gems of Thought  AGE ' ;  Age is bothersome only when  you stop to coddle it. ��� Maurice  Chevalier '  No age or time of life, no position or circumstance; has a monopoly oh success; Any age is  the right age to start doing ���  Gerard  The belief .that youth is the  happiest time of life is founded  on a fallacy. The happiest person is the person who thinks the  most interesting thoughts, and  we grow happier i_s* we grow  older. ~ William Lyon Phelps  You'll find as you grow older  that you weren't born such a  very great while ago after all?  The time shortens up. '"������ William  D. Howellsf:  Each succeeding year unfolds  wisdom, beauty, and holiness.���  Mary Baker Eddy  The mere lapse of years is not  life. .... Knowledge, truth, love,  beauty, goodness, faith, alone  can give vitality to the mechanism of existence.--James Marti-  neau. v*:^?*.y,:   ?  JUNIOR ? WARDENS   ACTIVE  In the past 30 years the Canadian Forestry Association of  B.C. has invested $365,000 in the  training of over 40,000 Junior  Forest Wardens, including cost  of camps and other facilities.  Last year 49 Junior Forest Warden clubs were active in B.C.  with a total enrolment of 1,675  boys, while another 3,825 youngsters received training by correspondence in the Lone Patrol.  Wardens numbering 933 attended  warden camps at Evans Lake  and Point Atkinson on. the i coast  and Rock Lake in the East  Kootenays.  GIBSONS  r ii i it urn t iiir  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  Is your car  past its  termplan  means ready cash for a car or any other big purchase  c... puts buying money in ��� your pocket on a  low-cost, businesslike basis. Next time you wish  to finance a car, a TV set, ,a washing machine,  or need money for doctor's bills, or taxes.... any  reasonable purpose . . . compare the cost of  a Royal Bank termplan loan. You may find  yourself saving considerable money in interest  charges! Borrow up to $3,600, take up to 36  months to pay back in regular instalments.  And the loan is life insured. Get the simple  facts in your termplan loan booklet, at any  Royal Bank branch.  ROYAL BANK  Gibsons Branch: J. C. Peddie, Manager.  IT MAY  BE DANGEROUS  What is food for one person can be poison for  another is an old axiom. Therefore, do not1 ever  take any prescription prescribed for a friend who  thinks you could also benefit.  Modern prescription drugs are so potent that  they should not be taken without a physician's  approval. If you take someone else's prescription you are gambling with your health.  Your doctor can phone us -when you need a  medicine. We will constantly endeavor to keep  abreast of the, expanding activities in theiheld,  of pharmacy ��� in this era of great change. We  pledge at all times to be in the position to of*  fer the finest of pharmaceutical services.  KRUSE DRUG STORES Ltd.  Ra-frW. Kruse  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2023 885-2134  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists ���   THISJ^EEK'S    R EC I PE  *.     '   - - ��  ' '     * *���'    _ .. I  .644*4 VV KCCVfet ^��*u;tt*  547-���GAY TOE COZlES--*tise'quilf6d cotton, dr quilt fabric yourself;  trim with rick-rack, cross-stitch. Transfer pattern for small, medium,  large, extra large'included.  790���KNIT SUIT OR SEPARATES���girls\fevorite fashion for Easter  and after. Knit, purl plus cables���easy -to do? Directions, sizes 6-8;  10-12; 14 included. ,   ��� , s '  "     "   ,  674���CAFE CURTAIN VARIETY���all the newest, mo& glamorous  decorator styles plus instructions, diagrams, details included. Use  thrifty remnants ��� save!  THIRTY-FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern to Laura Wheeler, care of Coast News, Needlecraft Dept., 60  Front Street West Toronto, Ont. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER,  your NAME and ADDRESS.  NEWEST RAGE���SMOCKED accessories plus? 20B exciting?need_e  craft desigt��rm*"our h&N 1963Needlecraft Catalog���Just'out! Fashions,  furnishings' to crochet,^knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt.*. Plus free  pattern. Send 25c.        -    "     ' "     *   '  A HALIBUT STORY"   1  A.idelipious tasting fish.;.is not  .necessarily.** *ja?.yhand^6me ��� -fish?  For example there is the halibut.  ;   Mudh prized for its firm, meaty,  white flesh,-the "halibut is;one -of  the   homeliest' of creatures? ? In  .shape   it? = resembles r;a ; deflated  rubber football bladder? One end  **.. terminates in a small head dis-  r  playing  such  irregular  filatures  ��� as   -a   twisted mouth :;andytwo  prominent eyes close; together ph  the top side.-The other end?fahs  out into* a pdw-^rful whisk-shap?ed  tail: Arourtd /each' side ' there is  a pleating of* fins?"'-" /  *     *     *  The halibut's life story is quite  the reverse of that of, the ugly  duckling. It starts out In life as  a normal-looking little fish which  swims and drifts^ at ^.random wjth  the ocean current*-;.* fey the time  it is six Or seven months old,  however, marked changes have  taken place.  For example, it has acquired-  the habit of resting or swimming  on Its left side. Its left eye, rather than stare into the mud, has  - moved across the head until it vis  beside the right eye. Also, the  ' bottom side of the fish has turned white or grey-white and the  upper side has become,,-a dark-  brown or black.?,. . colors which  bl _hd  with the underwater surroundings    and   make   it incon-  ?spicuous'*������ to   its-"enemies.*?As *'a?  '. -f young fie.h the halibut settles'itb  the  bottom  in   shallow   inshore  ... ; waters..Then>*.as?it increases in  *.v age and size it moves into deeper*  ��� j?waters^ ���. ������y*'-* '��� '    -;-.������������..-..*-���*  . j   Halibut  grow  slowly  and the  ?: females are the heavyweights of "  ..the    species;    Sometimes    they  "  . .reach the, ripe old age of 35 and'  ;.tip the scales at.several hundred' ���  pounds. .The males seldom��� live :  longer than. -25 .years..*or:-reach:'  ��� a-weight of more than 40 pounds;  >  yWhen   caught?   these.'fish:  are y  packed and - graded according to ^  size,,  which -commonly-   ranges "���'���  from 5 to oyer 80 pounds.      ���*'��� r!  ;.-,..;      -?���'. .)fc..^.. *;';'*���* ;-*:-'***r'.-���*'--'^   '-'':  Because they grow slowly, hali- -:-  but are especially? subject- to**-de- --���  pletion from. overfishing? Fisher-:.:,.  men ^harvest? them;from .-the cold..y  waters of-the North JPaeific^ythe ���;���  Arctic and 11'.the.y.North Atlantic ?  Oceans.- The.? largest-^proportion- ���;,;  of i our -Stipplyytome^ fijqmtthe j.  North* Pacific Ocean ?where; fighr.**y  ^ inglis regulated?.by���.tj^e?;I?^erna-'c  tional Pacific Halibuty Con-^s-, -  sion.ir-iThis'/- commssibn?ndivides*! ���/  } the.rP'acifiti coast^intp areas;, and;.:  jBstablishesseas?ohs. and/or .catch,.*.���.  limitsr;^ ��� fory?each ,-of;. iive\ /areas*, v  When;- limits'. ? ��� ate/.' reached, the -.--.���  pacific halibut, fishing season "is  over.  During   recent   years  the  , total annual catch from- all areas  ^h-^bee-a -b<5twe|n^60;aniai'70 mil-:  "ii^ypouhdsi?.;  /i:y:--^, r,:''s'-i:l���':���''' *.  On the Atlantic coast where  halibut are -taken * in smaller '���".  ..quantities there are no special  regulations' governing'the season, size ; of - catch, or fishing  areas. As. a result, landings are-  made throughout; the year.  XX'Xr'     HALIBUT HINTS  :   Tangerine is. .a : popular shade ���'  this* season.   Not. -.everyone can  Wear it, but everyone: will be interested? .in    this ;. eye-catching <  tangerine-colored. sauce to serve :..  ori1'bak_d"Kaiibiit steaks. Melt 2  tablespoons of butter. Add 2-tea-  Spoons   of   lemori^juiceVand- 2  tablespoons of flopped ���" carined  pimiento.   Mix   well,  heat,   and  spoop over 2 pounds  of| cooked ���*  fish arrangedLib%Ja hot Sservihgr *���*���  platter.y     ��.#^-f >?���&* \ 3 ':'A  ''"��� JDelici6us   discovery: _ serving-  size ?^pi6ces of. halibut" dipped *in  ,  mayonnaise which has been di-   ���  luted? with a littie Jenipn -juice,  thfenjlollfed in crushed cornflakes  and,baked..-.,?.; ,.���/?.���-���,-- ,;, ...a-aIaaa...:  Coast News,  April 22, 1963.       3  /Did ybu? know? that 1 cup of  biscuit mix combined with % cup  of milk makes a''crisp; delicious  batter for halibut which is to be  fried in deep. fat???.  . '.������/���. *. *  C-E. SICOTTE  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  Land  Clearing ��� Excavating  and Road Building .  ������    FREE '������ ESTIMATES '���  Phone 886-2357?  Beauty Salon  Ph. 885-9525  - Tues. to Sat.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  COLDWAVING ��� COLORING  MICKEY COE  Bus. "AM. 6-7111  Res. BR.   7-6497  Brown Brothers Motor?  41st & Granville  Vancouver 13, B.C.  ���S'.sS3^��"  Dieter's TV & HI Fl Service  ���FAIR, RELIABLE SERVICE* TO  ALL, TV SETS,' *APE   '  RECORDERjC REQOim PLAYERS, TRANSlSl'dllS, An1>.  CAR   RADIOS,    BY   B.C.   GOVERNMENT   CER^lftlED  TECHNICIAN VWITH 12 YEARS^ EXPERIENCE^ IN ELEfc^v .<  -   TRONICS. "- '" '  : v.i_-   �� V..--** ���*���/.%  ���*  i    -   "   '        ?, ,   l(  \   . Service calls between Wilsort CteeKand'Pott MelJLo^n  "SAVE MONEY - BRING YOUR SET IN *  OPEN 9 aim? to 5:30 j��.m. ��� FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Phone 8S60384 ��� GIBSONS  ANNOUNCING  SHEA'S DRIVE-IN  GIBSONS  SPECIALIZING  IN  SOJFT-ICE CREAM"       -  MILK SHAKES        \ '  HOURLY FRESH DO-NUTS  FISH AND CHIPS  DEEP PRIED CHICKEN  FRIED CHICKEN  OYSTERS  BURGERS  SANDWICHES  GOLDEN BROWN   POTATO   CHIPS  OPEN  10 a.m.  to  1 a.m.  DAILY  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE  886-9585  CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO SHEA'S DRIVE-IN  Hilltop Building Supplies  McPhedran Electric  886-9689  Gibsons Plumbing  886-2462  R. D. Niyen  Stone Mason  Nth Surry 596-3693  Laurie Sp-eck ��� Heating  and Sheet Metal  886-9961  P & W Developments  Ltd.  Gravel & Ready Mix  886-9857  McCulloch  Woodworking   ;  Framing & Cabinets  886-2120  Larry Porter  Arborite Work  886-2151  Clarence Sicotte  Bulldozing  886-2357  W & M Nygren  Excavation  886-2350 or 2201  Peninsula Glass  Glass of all kinds  886-9837  John Hind-Smith  Refrigeration Service  886-9949 or 2231  CREATED AND DEVELOPED BY  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GIBSONS Ph. 886-9900  BURQUITLAM Ph. WE 9-2121 MERCURY  OUTBOARDS  SALES &. SERVICE  New & Used Outboards  Galv. Pipe & Fittings  V-belts & Pulleys  .    Auto-lite Sparkplugs  Marine Ways  Repairs & Welding  Boat Rentals,.Campsites  Fishing Tackle  Live Bait, Dockage  Shell Marine Gas &  Outboard Motor Mix  HADDOCKS  at PENDER  Your Mercury Outboard  Sales, Service & Parts Dealer  Ph. 883-2248  (Continued from Page Investment'* houses in turn took up  the marketing of the- debentures  with their head offices in Montreal and Toronto, and a number  of them reported that their, head  offices showed interest in assisting the trustees, mainly in view  of our favorable tax position.  However in spite of every effort  no offer could be obtained, which  would meet the government stipulations as regards the debenture  iH  Ii  m  Pi  Doris  Style Bar  SAVE TAX DOLLARS  You can deduct from your taxable income payments made on  ���ny of __*__ Registered Retirement Savings Flans distributed  by Investors Syndicate:  M��tfr��m��nt ������vinge C-sittfleaf-'M^Ftad-ixitexest, guanuv  ��� teed plans tailored to your individual needs.  ���qulty R-_��lr*m��nt IHan--^) Investots^Mutaal of Canada  IM, a balanced investment for stability and incoz__��~or (2|  Investors Growth Fund of Canada Ltd.���an investment ia  ���quity securities for capital growth.  Combln-sd Payment Plane���A selection of plans which  combine shares of either mutual fund with Investors Retirement Certificates.  '���** ������.'>���  D. M. MATHESON  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre ��� Gibsons  FhoTO  Investors  ��y[TD<2fl5��(caG��  Of     t* HA 0 A,    �� ��� �� I T I *  Heed Offlcet -Winnipeg ��� Offices to rrfodpoJ Cltai  Registration Grade 1 Students  " If "yoiir child" will" Have reached the agfe of six (6)* years  on or before December 31, 1963, please register him at your  nearest Elementary School.  Registration dates are as follows:  Gibsons Landing Elementary  9 a.m. to 12 noon  9 a.m. to 12 noon  Port Mellon Elementary  Langdale Elementary  Sechelt Elementary  Davis Bay Elementary  Roberts   Creek Elementary  Madeira Park Elementary  May 6  May 8  May 6 and 7th ��� 3 to 4 p.m.  May 6th ��� 2:30 to 4 p.m.  May 7 ��� 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  May 9 ��� 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  May 8 ��� 2:30 to 3:30 o.m.  May 8  May 10th ��� 1:30  2 to 4 p.m.  Birth certificates or other legal  quired to establish proof of age.  p.m.  documents will be re-  The  Board of  School  Trustees,  Sechelt School District No. 46,  8 Week Mixed  Spring Leagues  Tuesday or Wednesday  May 7  May 8  Monday, May 6 ��� Ladies Only  (Membership Fee 50c per Bowler  Sign up how as a team or individual  CASH PRIZES  ROLL i OFF TIME 8 p.m.  Open Bowling for May  Friday 7 to 11 p.m.  ���Saturday 1 to 11 p.m. ��� Sunday! 1 to 6 p.m.  E & M BOWLADROME  Phone 886-2086  AW.  issue and matters came to a complete deadlock   ...'.. ??.?.?.  It is at this point that the trustees  express  their   appreciation  for the untiring efforts made by  the   manager   of   the   district is  bankers,, Mr: Don McNab? of the  Sechelt branch "of  the Bank *pf  Montreal.  Although  his  negotiations on our behalf did not meet  the success he and we hoped for,  it was certainly not because ..?pf  lack   of his efforts. His interest  and advice at all stages of the  complicated negotiations wereyof  the greatest value to the district.  As Mr* McNab is leaving for Victoria in the very near future,** we  use this opportunity   to   express  our thanks to him  and  to wish  him the very best for the future.  The deadlock of our financing  -' was recently resolved through* the  kind   services  of Mr.  H. Q.' K.  Ilammerberg, vice - president; "of  Diversified I n c om e Securities  Limited, and Mr. A. G. Duncan  Crux, barrister-at-law  and president   of   Commonwealth   Trust  Company, Vancouver. B.C. Commonwealth Trust Company -was  approached early in April to help  us in our predicament. In their  letter of April 16 the trust "company formally advised the district  that it was willing to act.as our  fiscal agents and declared themselves willing to underwrite our  debenture issue within the limits  of the conditions stipulated by the  provincial government.  Application has now been made  to the comptroller of water rights  to obtain an order-in-council for  a government guarantee of our  debentures *foi* principal and in- v  terest. Negotiations about other  details of the issue are in progress and should be completed in  the course of the next week or  two. yr, ,  It gives great satisfaction to the  trustees- to'inform the people of  the district that, after "attempt-  hug in vain to obtain; financing  through -the usual channels in the  normal maricet-place, we have  found a British Columbia institution which, paying only?little  attention to the vagaries of ,?tiie  money market, has been found  willing to underwrite a B.C. district's needs?:: even :if? it meant %  lower return to them than could  be otherwise obtained, so"%as?to  help in the development bf the  needs Of public services in the  province of British Columbia, y  The board of trustees,? therefore, advise the St. Mary's Hospital society, that the Hon. Eric  Martin, "minister of health sefvi-  ces and hospital insurance, can  be assured that the necessary  funds required to finance iheAo.  cal cost of construction, equipment and working capital for'the;  proposed 'hospital will be in'the  district's bank account in ;the  very near "future and available  for the hospital; society, ^whenever required.  r��  ���  "��� VT$?  .SS,-}:-  Magistrate's;  court  Appearing before Magistrate  Andrew Johnston, Clifford Hall-  berg was fined ,$25 for obtaining  a taxi ride by fraudulent means -  Hubert Joe of Sechelt charged  with indecent assault of complainant Mrs. George August of Sechelt, was found guilty of the  lesser charge of common assault  and fined $50. Mr. Henry Castril-  leou appeared for the defense?  Corporal W. R. Nelson for the  prosecution.  Joseph Richard Euler of Sechelt was placed on three months  suspended sentence under certain probationary restrictions for  the theft of an auto cleaner dispenser from  Peninsula Motors.  Two 18 year old youths were  placed on probation. One for operating a car without a drivers  license and the other for creating  a disturbance for being drunk.  Seven speeders were find $25;  ;  When you need a  PLUMBER fast, look in the  YELLOW PAGES of your  Telephone Directory.  A new venture,, a .drive-in?.j-es-^  taurant has opened on the Sunshine Coast highway just before  you get  to Elphinstone" secondary* school. *'?���'���*���  This new drive-in,  owned and  operated by Jim Shea who has  operated   other   such   drive-in's  during the last few years, has  as    an   interesting feature two  murals on his walls, one of Salmon Rock and another of Gower  Point both painted exceptionally  well by Mrs. Ivy St. Denis who  has taken up, painting only recently.   People'  who have   seen  them report they are very good.  The last drive-in and restaurant Mr.  Shea operated was at  .White Rock  which he   sold recently   so   he  could move into;  thiis' area. He* no# lives at Hop-  kins   Landing   and has become  quite an enthusiast of the Sunshine Coast.  The drive-in will feature quite  a variety, of foods ;and will be  open from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.  daily. Take out orders will also  be available. Local tradesmen  did the greater part of the work  on the drive-iri and Finlay Real- .  ty company created and developed the idea with Mr. Shea stepping in to give the area its first  modern  drive-in  restaurant.  ROBERTS pREEK  (By MADGE NEWMAN)  Mrs. Martha Weal has return-  r/bd to her..home following a sojourn in hfepital. Bier*, daughters  and children came from Vancouver to spend the Easter vacation  with her.  Mrs. Mary Margaret Dorward  passed away in Vancouver in her  90IJJ; y��ar. Old timeraf 'here will  rem��tober*heir and* herVfat�� -hus^  band> Jack, when they lived at  the head of Orange Road about  '*-**920.y'.  �������� Mr. and Mrs. T. Wright, of  Saskatchewan will be leaving for  their prairie home during the  week after spending the winter  at the Richardson house on Beach  Avenue.  Mrs. Poole has moved from the  J? Reeves house to Mr. English  house on Beach Avenue.  Mr. and Mrs. L. Matthews, who  are visiting relatives on Vancouver Island,* will be home by the  end: of the month?  ?, TheR. Cumming grounds will  >t>e open: to the public on the first  weefceiitf in ^ly'%henr;lthe OES  holds its annual tea and home-  cooking sale.  ? Xl'lX" '?���/?  Miss Emma Edmonds must  hold a record of some kind. As  a knitter for the Roberts Creek  Red Cross group she has made,  since January 3, 72 pairs of socks  \Vhich?\:nuniber will, no doubt,  have increased by the time this  is printed.  Mrs. George Duplessis with her  hcildren   has returned   home, to  Surrey   after "spending   a   week,  with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  H. Bernhof.  Miss Constance Frye and Miss  Julia Danrey have returned to  California after spending ten  days with relatives here.  Don Marsh, taking his first  swim this season, reported the  water warm and calm on April  21.  TREES ARE INDIVIDUALS  Individuality is one of the outstanding characteristics of the  world of nature and wood is no  exception. One kind of wood is  different from another. No two  trees are alike and even two  boards from the same tree are  different. Diversity is. one of the  few qualities that can't be mass  produced ��� that is why all attempts to imitate natural wood  are doomed to failure.' Just as  your finger prints are different  fiom those of anyone else in the  world, so each piece of wood,  with its grains and rings, is different from every other piece of  wood.  HEART RESEARCH  During the last seven years,  the Heart Foundations across  Canada have spent a total of  $3,920,818 on heart research  grants and -fellowships.  LEGAL  WAREHOUSEMAN'S LIEN ACT  (Chap. 403  R.SB.C? 1960)  Re: 1955   Cadillac   Style   55-6237  Reg'd u/n Genevieve Mary  Waugh  Take notice that pursuant to the  provisions of the Warehouseman's Lien Act the above mentioned vehicle now held at the  premises of Totem Collisions,  Gibsons, B.C. will be sold by  public auction at 12:00 Noon, 11  May, 1963, to defray costs of  storage and other costs and  charges unless the said charges  be paid and satisfied as provided by the said Warehouseman's  Lien Act.  Dated at Gibsons, B.C. this  22nd. day of April, 1963.  TOTEM COLLISION.  \4�� iiSBk&t *��M$&Wm&%. J1063.  ��� -?' ������ *?y||'*; jysr��*u ^������i-j-.u��*. ..  FAMILY BEREAVED"  The father of Mrs. N. R. McKibbin: of -'Gibsons; Delbert Russell Poc>.^*d)edMAj<ril 17. A'^ _iin^  eral service? wa,Sj?held Monday?  April 2\ at^Fir^Ujiited churcti.  in Vancouver by; Rev. G, Etey-i  den Stewart.' Cremation followed. He leaves his wife, five sons  and two daughters. -  -HEALTH CENTRE! ���������'������  ' *���'��� :'--ilf��^i'-'::i '/'Vk'St'***; "*  ���.Ar.little more? support 'is?heedr  ed sto put the Health Centre fund-  raising thermometers?? oyer?? the  top. -This was announced  at  a  Sunday meeting ofx,the committee ih; charge.?*':yy**fyy.y yy::  _*vIt_is anticipated'that* work will  st^,tbh? the centre aroui$"May  1, with .a clearing yoperaiion to  follow the bulldozing .?? already  done.  Mrs. R. Roth  /  announces that -she has moved to Franklin Road, Gibsons. She will be away for the summer fishing. Back in  business end of September,  She takes this opportunity of thanking her friends and  customers for their patronage and hopes to see them  again this fall.  SCHOOL DENTAL CLINIC  Applications for dental treatment for Grade I and preschool children in the Gibsons, Langdale and Port Mellon area  will be received on or before May 2nd, 1963.  Application forms may be obtained at the schools or the  School Board Office.  The clinic will be held at Elphinstone Secondary School  commencing April 22, 19S3.  The Board of School Trustees, '���_  Sechelt School District No. ~4$-X-X ���  SECHELT THEifRf  Frj., Sat., Mon.  MM NOVAK'  April 26, 27 & 29  ?,jACK;,i_e^iMpN ������?-y-X*:.., :���  THE NOTORIOUS LANDLADY  Starts at 8 p.m., out at 10:15 p.m. ,v ? C  ^mWlmTm^  LA  DOLCEl  MARgLLO I^TROWW - AWI^jKBERS  :_lay?|l;f:r:  RESTRICTED  No one under 18 admitted .:  ALL SEATS $1  Start. 8 p._h.; out 11:10 p.m.  Spend 10 minutes to have $10,000  Wouldn'tyou like to have an extra $10,000? Then Why  not talk it over with the Man from Investors. In less  than ten minutes he can show,you how an investment  of less than $50 a month can give you a guaranteed  minimum return of $10,000 in 15 years or $15,000 in 20  years -1-* plus additional credits? It will pay you handsomely to spend a little time with the Man from Investors.  Just write or call:  Investors  C A H A 0 A,     lUiriD  e r  D. M. MATHESON  Phone886-2481  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons -  H��ad OrfiMt W>nnlp*8 ��� Offit���� In Principal Cttl-M  p_-___.___.__.MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY���-���~|  J    TOt                         D. M. MATHESON I  |               Sunnycrest Shopping Centre ��� Gibsons \,  |                 _          Phone 886-2481 /  J   Nam�� ;;...^. :...���.. ,;,,..���.. ^l^,tu^t  |  I   Address .,��� I  {_ City Prov. ,.. {  19 ���* Coast .^e^^-April 22,yl963.       5  COMING EVENTS  April 26] TWbei-tis Creiek Legion"?  Whisty^?p.mr^'*'-^'-''v- ?^-" ������  *'.. -'X.. Vy"':'-���*���';.���*.!"-*'; .. ";.������r���-r-~  Aprij,, #7, ? Roberts Creek Legion,  Social 8 jp.'m.,"A_&issron$l? angle, $1.50 couple. ...        . .    ? XlX  April *2i),'r Bingo! Bingo! Birigof  8 .p.m*,;yLegion Hall, Gibsoris.  May 1, Women's Institute Annual  plant sale, home cooking and tea.  W.I. Cottage, 2 p.m.  May 3, Thrift Sale. The United  Church Women will hold a sale  of clean used clothing, white ele.  phants and bric-ajbrac on May 3,  Friday 10 a?m. to 2 p.m. at the  Christian Education Centre. Coffee and cookies provided. Donations will be welcome,?leave at  the home of Mrs. Warwick, Marine Drive, -a _/yXy/ :��?���'��� v? ���'.* ':.���/ : -. ���  ���  ���������         ��� *i*   '   '���-    - ,ni.l.** _ ��� m  May 11, The. C.W.L. Western, Fun  Fair, School Hall? -Gibsons^ p.m.  till 9 p.m. Admission free.  - "    ��� -��� *   *      '   ��� '    ' - '������ -'��� "    '*���-"��� "  CARD OF THANKS    y  ��� -_��������� _i.. ���-  " ���   i*     i - in i.        k" ���*_*-n-_�� ^i ���   i     i m  '���  1 take this opportunity of thank-  ing doctors and .nurses %ot St.  Mary's Hospital fortheirkind attention during my stay in hospital? Also thanks to friends who  cent cards and flowers.y  Mr& Mamie Tweedly.  IN MEMORIAM  SLINN ��� In memory of our husband, Dad and Grandfather, Stephen Slinn, who passed away April 19, 1962. ..'I..-.  Rest in Peace  4 Ever reiheinbefed by his wife,  Margaret,   children   and   grandchildren.     ::'l..yy.AAA/':AA 11/X;-  STAPI__HX>N i^ In ever loving  memory of Alya Norman Staple-  ton, who departedi this life April  *22, 19��ly ���::%���-; ^-yOyy-?? //  "Until the Day Dawn" ;*,  y    yHi?/loving wife, Agnesvc?y  SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTAT  '.���'" ;?'���������* /:--/?y>*i}}<   f\i>,b./,. :'   .     *  * ?��� ���*- A   .   '  GIBSONS  FLORISTS  i  toreatha and sprayg. Lissi-Land  Florists; Phone 886-9345? Hopkins  Landing.  PERSONAL  ?New Seaview Lodge Rest Home,  private and semi-private accommodation. Couples accepted. 24  hour care^hos|rital trained supervision?? llW: Mina Brown, Matron.  Phorie HU? 5-4150. ?  .WORK WANTED  Experienced carpenter, day or  contract. Phone 886-2134.'  -Custom hauling of building materials yby^flat '������'��� deck? or ; dump  truck. A. Simpkins, Davis Bay.  $85-2132.    ��� J , ���'���'���yyy  CUSTOM LAND SERVICE ,  See ad on Page 7  vPETg. ;.-������-���;.. ?.-?;,: ?;;i.*;*?*--: , y .      ,  Pekinese Pups. Phone 886-9890.  Reasonable. Beautiful Lab, pure  Newfoundland, puppies, 2 months.  Ideal for children and water.  Mary E. Malcolm, Churchill Bay,  Pender Harbour? Phone 883-2398.  Pigeon lovers��� about 20 fancy  pigeons to be given away. PK.  885-9303.  BOATS FOR SALE  Like new, 10 ft. runabout, Al condition, with 6 horse Mercury outboard, \$200; Phone 886-7751 or  886-2390.  iView 12 ft. outboard fishing boat,  $235; * ?New 1962 3 hp. Johnson  outboard, $175. Marshall Wells  Storey Sechelt, Phone 885-2171.  17}_ ft. speedboat, Olds motor,  fibreglass, trailer, $650 as is. Ph.  883-2217.  FUELS ������; '   ... ���*:���������-;���.���-  Alder and maple $8 per load;  Fir $10 per load delivered. Terms  cash. Apply Wyton, 886-2441.  Alder,  Maple, $7   load  Fir $9 a load, delivered  Credit available  Phone 886-9380  *,-..., COAL-& WOOD  Alder $10  Maple, $12.  Fir $12 delivered  Bone dry bldgrqwth fir, $14  DRUMHELLER HARD COAL  $32 ton, $17 y-i ton, $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per tyox  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  We deliver anywhere   on the  'Peninsula. For prices phone  886-9902  RADIO,  TV, HI-FI  Guaranteed TV and H>Fi repairs  Phone any time, 886-9609. '  24 ACRES -r-i^Level ?;highway  property with .abundant.,water  supply; close to , village? Offered  at? exceptional^ ??lbw? price of  $7;500 with Teriiis: ?Ckll Morton  Mackay (Rigs?) 8_6-7783.  ROBERTS CREEK  WATERFRONT LOT"��� 75x350  nicely treed and sloping to a  good beach; Perfect for summer  and retirement home Full price  $4,500. Call Frank Lewis (Res.)  886-9900.  SEMI-WATERFRONT ��� Level  "$\ acre lot with 150 feet frontage  on paved road. Close to beach  and store. Full? price $2,200 easy  Terms. Call Lucille Holden (Res)  886-7758.  : 2 BEDROOM ��� Modern home  with?* superb view on developed  4*_ acres with year-round creek::?'"  Living room 12xl_ with cut'stone -  fireplace and mahogany panelling. Utility room wired for  ywasher and drier. 3 room cot-  tage on property. Full price $14,-  500 with Terms. Call Frank  Lewis^(Res?)? 886-9900.  SELMA PARK  WATERFRONT ��� Fully serviced older type 4 bedroom view  home, on 50'x250' lot fronting ori  fine grayel beach. Full price  only $5,250, easy Terms. Call  Morton Mackay  (Res.) 886-7783.  WATERFRONT ��� 80x300 ft:  Perfect year-round sheltered  moorage. Beautifully treed with  1 Arbutus and evergreens. Fishe**-  men's Paradise. Full price $3,000  each. Call Morton Mackay (Res.)  -'886-7783;? -.'���        I'-//':--*-:=-  -Call   Gibsons   office,   day   or  night, 886-9900.  FINLAY WEALTY LTD.  GIBSONS if and    BURftUJ^jAM ^  42 ft. /furnished '���v4��puse>v.traileii,;v  new. condition; deluxe  modeirs?  biedroom,- full bath. 2 entrances.  ^Crist' $7800. Full, price now $5500  on easy terms. ??  .... Protected anchorage Halfmoon  Bay, over 100 ft waterfront. $5500.  X1 ?iacrev^iterfr*dnt lots, 80 x 809  treed, good building ysitev $4000  fully price; ���-,��������� ":;*?, '* ������?  ...-. y.vi ���,'//, A.y/- -:������;'-������.; ��-.���"������ '"S;VV*t!*vv.; .  iPorpolse^Bayyyk^ re-  mbdellediihome.-^;ideal for retired  couple;'Landscaped, good garden.  ' ' "���'���"',:'" "���""   ^y.^y  ^0?*?500 beaqltflot, West Sechelt  Small ?^iimmer cabin. $6600 F.R  ���" ? bedrm view home ori-2?acres,  West Sechelt. 3 rm. rental ca/biri.  Real? value? ? ^12i60piFP?     ? ~  ��� 15^ acres??? ?two houses?: Wilson  Creek. Frontage ori SC. highway  and River? Real investment $8809  "^���"V..." XXy:/'^y. XX: X'xXiXi ���*:-  ?: ::>150l)ysq?^*ft;?; moiern; 84 %.*' -270  beach lot. Bargain Hairbour. Safe  anchorage.?- Only 6 ??3hrs. ?6wh��jr  ill, must sell? Try ati Offers? Asking $i4,06o?T_>.?Ea^r terins.   ?  WiiBsori: Crle^c?*? wajeiifiront 1R  No. 2 lease? Beach lots. 60 ft.  frontage.. Ideal. ���- summer cabin  isite^fj$lobo and , $1200. Only two  available.  Vacant lot. Cowrie St., Sechelt.  Ideal building site or holding property 62 ft. x 122. $1000 dn. $4500  FP-    ...?.        V'*���"  Call Jack Anderson, 885-9565  H. O. DUFFY, AGENT  formerly  t. E.  DUFFY, AGENT  SECHELT   REALTY  and INSURANCE AGENCIES  Phone 885-2161, Box 155, Sechelt.  . Level waterfront lot, close in,  livable older home with all services, Try your offer.  Secluded 5 acres, level, wooded, close proposed new Langdale highway, A real buy at  $2000.  Over 1 ac, 100* waterfront  view property with living accommodation, power in, excellent  water supply. $6350. some terms.  Another choice waterfront lot,  100' frontage, Attractive cottage  with plumbing. $5250.  $500 gives possession 2 bedroom, home on view lot, all services? Ftill price $5,275.  K.   BUTLER  REALTY  ���_.,* INSURANCE, V  Box 23, Gibsbnfe B.C.  Phone 886-2000 ':  For th��h shrewd investor, half  acre, coriuortable home, in tha  heart of Gibsons, at a price you  cannot afford to miss.  Sheltered moorage on Howe  Sound. Sandy; beach. $8,400.  EWART McMYNN  REAL  ESTATE & INSURANCE  Marine   Drive,   Gibsons  Phones:   886-2166,   Res.    886-2500  REVENUE PROPERTY  %'%X:k&'y a-'-:'��� '-.".':. f ���%:?���% '  One*:acrt*"���olri highwayVWest Sechelt with one 4 room and 2 3  rOoni? houses.    Attractive price  with ^erms.   ���'������:: yy^-A-../.  ������ TiyOrf-io? acre blocks with phier  type houses on each. Barigain  price? ,*'������ ..��� '���-%?'?'?*.  Nice double sized lot with two  bedroom home, Porpoise Bay.  $6500 t-erms.  Two bedroom home on very  nice lot at Davis Bay? $6500  terms.  Lovely two bedroom home in  nice residential part of Sechelt,  just about three years old. ? Perfect in every way. See us about  this one.   *  We have several nice building  lots for sale from West Sechelt  to    Wilson    Creek, priced from  '^$l;lp0yy X-*   v",  8-^acres with?2 small cabins.at  Halfmoon Bay, all year creek  through property. Good for subdivision. Priced to sell quickly.  For further information on  these and other goodybriys,* see  us at     ���"*"'���'  AGGETT AGENCIES LTD:  Sechelt  ���?:������.'-'      Phone 885-2065 y  Charlie  King ��� 885-2066 eves.  Ed Surtees      ��� 885-9303...eyes.  Acreage ori: North Road, partly cleared; 3 rooms, .garden and  fruit trees. Close to school, $4,500  full price.  Ldt 50 x 268, $875.  677' ori highway, 3 roomed  house and good workshop. Nica  grounds. $5500 FP;      .  PHONE 886-2191  ? "A Sign of Service*'  H. B. GORDON  ?;&, KENNETT 1-td.  REAL ESTATE &   INSURANCE  ' Gibsons     ��� .Sechelt  (R. F. Kennett ��� Notary PubUc)  PENINSULA PROPERTIES  Homes -Waterfront . Acreage  Business  property.  Building contracts        ?  '   Mortgages "'.**.'���������.',...y?l .  ..  Sub-division consultants -���;-. -., ,  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE      . INSURANCE  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS,  B;Gy       PH? .886-2481  PROPERTY FOR? |SALE y -.X'XX  Lot for sale.; 1^ acre^i ?1 y^Mip  from Gib_oris?iCeritfe", -$1500? -ca^i.  For . further information; phone  886-2397. \ '.;?.  3 bedroom horiie in Davis Bay,  Semi-waterffont. ��� Box 669. Coast  News. .   ?,*?'?'??" y???.?'*.' :'Yy . -"*. ��� '  LOT AT MADEIRA. PARK *  Commercial -corner -lot on-'Sun-  shine Coast Highway next to Pender Harbour Hotel. 1.48 acres,  view. Road on 3 sides of property. Could, be subdivided. $5000,  terms. O. Sladey, Madeira Park.  Phone  883-2233.        yy  Waterfront lot in West Secheit,  128 ft. frontage,, water available.  Ideal building lot. Apply J. E.  Parker,   Sechelt,, B.C.  FOR RENT '-v.~~"  Fully modern 4 room house on  waterfront at Gibsons. Adults  preferred. On lease $75 per month  Box 670, Coast News.  New modern heated 2 bedroom  suite, fridge, stove, $75. Adults  886-2134.  BUILDING   MATERIALS  MISC. FOR SALE (Cont'd)  ..." ' * ; ; r:>i. .���.v....'.- ...  .   j:'.~^i"':  ;X  Limited supply of poultry manure  still available. Wyngaert Poultry  Farm, 886-9340.  Twin beds, including mattresses,  complete Scout uniform, (large).  All in excellent condition. Phone  885-9573.  i-roehier madd' chesterfield and  chair, in good condition. $45. Ph.  886-2034.  Large wood crib, matt., 36V bed,  y&pr. fill, matt.;   kitchen table,  4  chairs;  48" continental bed outfit. All. as new. Reasonable. 885-  -9978.  ������  Mother, I would rather'db it myself! I am going to get one of  the electric kettles Earl's has on  special.  Earl*s, 886-9600.  Used goods ��� 2, used refrigerators; 2 used televisions; 1 used  washing machine. All in wprking  .order. See them at Marshall Wells  Store? Sechelt; Ph. '885-2171.  FOR SALE CHEAI>  >g LcH The People Praise Thee, O God  .���1  21  '%.  '���* '  X*  2  USED WINDOWS  46x55!' 9 light  17x44" ?iside yrindows  34x55" 2 panes  30x55��_" 2 panes  36x67" 2 paries  Quantity used quarter-round,  various lengths  Phone 886-2622  r MUSHROOM MANURE  iWeedless, odorless, easy to handle, general purpose humus fertilizer, ideal for lawn dressing or  ibase, large and small fruits, vegetables and flowers. Ph; 886-9813.  xy", ���   ".'��� ;��� ���"���;������   . ,,^ , . . ... -       - ���_       ...     ..... - '  iiUsed   electric   and gas ranges,  ?also oil  ranges. C &   S   Sales,  I��h. 885--9713,  Sechett;  I Wholesale plumbing . supplies at  i,i5% over cost, 'plus labor when  .necessary. Free estimates. Phorie  j write or call Ray Newman, R.R.  ^.Gibspns;/!^.;, 8864678.  el    KITCHEN 4 BATHROOM  f* '���   X v;?:;C^INETS .y;y'">:;" '  gave a good deal of money with  jiardwopd   prefinished   cabinets,'  foully asseriibled. and,ready to in-'  ?^U^ ,-idi^e^.Prpyiri  priial.; styles ;ih   many   beautiful  shades?  We; prepay  shipping  to  any point, iri B.C. and fully guarantee your satisfaction with our  cabinets. ?Prices from. $20 lin. ft.  ���including base and wall cabinets.  iSend. sketch of your  kitchen  to  iVJEItNON   HOWARD  LTD.  1607  Marine.. Dr?,   North   Vancouver,  B.C. We'll return layout and price  immediately.  JOHN DE KLEER  BUILDING ��� CONTRACTING  Wilson Creek, B.C.  PHONE 885-2050      .  MISC. FOR  SALtt  12 cu. ft. Admiral fridge, 120 lb  freezer. $75.   886-2455.  Integral arch for John Deere 440,  $125. Phone 886-2604.  Small fridge, as new, and other  furniture. No. 4, Rits Motel, Giibsons.  NOTICE TO HOME SEEKERS:  If you are undecided where yoa  would like to settle down, then  here is a home you could move  with anywhere.you wish to go.  192S house trailer, 8x40 ft. long.  Arl    condition.   Fully   furnished  :-?rid ready iri live in or whatever  .the case may be..  "���'������ Any  offer will be  considered  Owner   leaving   P.R.  and  must  sell.  Phone HU 5-4498,     Powell River.  ?HUBER?IlOAD MAINTAINER  with grader blade and bucket,  $1,500.   ���  17 ft. PLYWOOD RUNABOUT  BOAT  with fibreglas bottom, cabin,  good condition, complete with  25 hp. Elto outboard, speed 15  to 18. mph. $600.. or will sell  boat and motor separately.  18 ft. SANGSTERCRAFT  SPEEDBOAT  Powered with Chrysler Crown,  Speed approximately 25  mph.  Excellent shape. $2200.  1  hp. 110 VOLT DeVILBISS  SPRAY UNIT  no tank, gun or hoses, as is,  $150.       ?  LOT AT MADEIRA- PARK  Commercial corner lot on Sun  shine Coast Highway, next to  Pender. Harbour Hotel. 1.48  acres, view. Road on 3 sides  of property. Could be subdivided. $5000, Terms.  SLADEY LOGGING LTD.  Madeira Park, Phone 883-2233  '���  WANTED  71/. H.P. Elgin outboard motor,  $50 ro reasonable offer 886-2355.  17 inch RCA Victor portable television. Phone 885-9781.  S.K.F. 8 inch table saw, all angle  type, 2 blades, *���/_ horsepower  electric motor. Mounted on sturdy table: $70. Phone 886-7740.  6 year size crib, good condition.  Phorie 886-7737.  Used farm tractor. Ph. 886-2592.  Small boat oil stove. Ph. 886r2134  Secondhand rubber tired wheelbarrow. Phone 886-7703.  Hunting rifles in good condition.  Box 667, Coast News.  Private tiinber, large or small  acreage, or private lots. Will pay  highest stumpage. Apply Box 656,  Coast News.  I.'Fed furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons. Ph. 886-9950.  WANT ADS ARE  REAL SALESMEN  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  ,11:15 a.m., Matins?  11:15 a.m.,  Sunday School  7:30 p.m., Evensong  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11 a .in?;  Sunday   School  3 p.m., Evensong  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  9:30 a.m?,?Holy Communion  11 a.m., Sunday School  St. Mary's Church, Garden  Bay  11 a.m., Morning Prayer  Church of His Presence, Redroofs  .3 p.m., Evening  Prayer.  4 p.m. Holy Baptism  UNITED  Gibsons  U a.m.,. Nursery  11 a.m., Sunday School  11 kin.?? 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 1  Unif-sd 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  BISON ROAMED B.C.  The bison or buffalo is usually  associated with the sweeping  plains or prairie country and it  is not generally known that. these  animals once occupied the extreme northern part st of British  Columbia; The northern bison  were larger and darker than the  plains bison.  MONEY TO LOAN  WANT TO SWEEP  DEBTSCtEAIir  rAY <em iacx. orr with owy  LOWU20ST. UFE4NSUKKO  ���^J     $   5    S "'8 S����'  XXX   XXX   XXXX      X      X   X     X  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOmSCOTIA  ANNOUNCEMENTS  SEWING MACHINE  TROUBLE?  Phone the  Repair Man  886-2434     ."  For exterior and interior painting, with top quality paints, plus  workmanship, ph. 883-2382. Free  estimate.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky  Number  April 20        42677 Yellow  YOUR S.P.C.A. IS AS NEAR  AS YOUR PHONE  Gibsons 886-9394  "'    ROBERTS CREEK  CREDIT UNION  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9551  ���... ��� Serving Gibsons through to  Halfmoon Bay  Membership enquiries welcome  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop.  evenings  Phone 885-9778 for  appointment.  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY  k DRY   CLEANING  FUR  STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts   Creek,   Gibson-  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020__  "WATER" SURVEY   SERVICES  HYDROPURE ywater   sterilizer,  water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer worst; rock  and stump blasting. R*R. 1, Sechelt.  Phone 885-9510.  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone 886-  2179 or write Box 588, Coast  News.  Watch Repairs  & JEWELRY  MARINE  MEN'S  WEAR  Ph.   886-2116,   GIBSONS  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 Prograrin: The Bible  Speaks to Y6ix,-over CJOR, 600,  1:30 p.m. -every  Sunday  PENTJEC0STAL  Gibspns  11 a.m.? Cievotional  10 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m.. Evangelistic Service  Tues., 7:30 p.m., Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p m.,: Young People  Sat., 7:30 p.m., Prayer  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:  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.  PASS FOR BRIDES  Brides visiting the .Honeymoon  City are being given a free pass  to the attractions of the scenic  area, in addition to a gold lettered honeymoon certificate sign-  by the Mayor of Niagara? Falls  and the. president of the chamber  of commerce.  MICKEY COE  Member:  Professional -Salesmen's  <    Club.  MD-  Falcon  Fairlane  fiaU  Trqcks ,.  TliaadcrMrd  Brawn Bros. Motors  41st and. Granville, .Van., B.C.  Bus. Telephone '       Res.  4M 6-T111    BR 7-6497  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired  Drainage Fields installed  *        ;      *  ' *i ���', ''r'-i-y  Gibsons PlumMnc  Ph. 886-2460 for information  '__ -J~^m~~*~r~ir*v~t~*~-*~w~**Mr*ar\f*_f-Kn.  ^^*^^m^+  ANNOUNCEMENTS (Cont'd)  AUTOMATIC LAWNMOWER  ,'���"* SHARPENING  Lawnmowers  and  other   garden  tools? Leave at Benner Bros store  Sechelt:  Ervin Benner, 885-2292  Tree falling, topping or removing lower limbs for view. Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour. Phone  886-9946, Marven Volen.  For guaranteed watch and  jewelry repairs, see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  "        TIMBER CRUISING  K.   M.   Bell,   1975  Pendrell   St.,  Vancouver 5, Ph. 685-6863.  RAY  NEWMAN PLUMBING  ic HEATING  Phone 886-9678  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  PETER CHRISTMAS  . Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework���Alterations and  repairs  _?hone 886-7734  DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperhanging. Phone Gibsons  886T7759 for free estimates.  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  1951 International % ton panel.  Outstanding condition throughout. Radio, nylon tires, '63 plates,  turn signal, new rad., generator  and regulator, original paint  $395. Will arrange financing with  -no down payment at $20 per  month?':*.'to. reliable party. Roy  Macfarlane  886-9800.  1954 Hillman Minx, good condition, radio and heater. What offers? Phone 886-9379. e       Coast News,  April 22, 1963.  ly!,, ALUMINUM FOILED ;.������*���'  IWh&ybhelc^g a storage shed  at- aymunj-*^^  ioun&a^piar^  aged wing?fpiee��s^^  had been t6m^|r^i;tli^?.\ying's  surface. ' t)eep? %oth; Srid'?? claw  .-* - "���"��� b-'.^y^y//*���-/~'--'.:... 7.-,--:*  marks, coupled with hair and  blood, puzzled the guards.. Game  experts were called in and from  hair ��� -samples they- determined  the culprit to have been a. badger;- ;^h-en,:'lhe*.wing' was removed  -For ?.^*^iryacvba*^y-jscared^?but  * tirih-ir^ed?irStibit^  side.  Damage to "the wing  was  estimated at $400, but. the badger  had'^missed his ?mealv.  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK  Trenching.'���- Landscaping ��� Rotpyating��� ?.  , etc. ��� Gravel arid FOI  HtBlXJS TOP SOI1.  <:.   ' ' ... "���_-,'   -  c'PtiX:&8eX77$4X  )H :S:ii?'_I\_^^  Visual arts school  Advanced programs in theatre,  music and the visual arts" will  * be featured on the'University, of  ' British Columbia's 26th summer  school of the arts from July 2  to August 17. Students from all  paits of Canada and the Umted  States will have the opportunity  to participate in both credit and  non-credit courses under nationally and internationally-known  instructors? Detailed -.information  may be obtained by contracting  the Extension Department, UBC,  Vancouver 8, B.C., or phone  CA 4-1111, local 520.  WANT ADS ARE  REAL SALESMEN  ^-*f__0OFS  TAR  &  GRAVEL  also  DUROID ROOFING  RE-ROOFING   and REPAIRS  GIBSONS ROOFING  Ph. 886-9880  Tenders?; rii^k^d? "pairiting," "will be receiveqf oh;W^ef^re  5 p.m. on_ Friday,?JMay?3, 19.63 for painting, as follow^ ��� .^.;!.  Classrooms" ~''EIpi^st6ne Secondary School. ?���   ?'   y ' y_.  Classrooms^ Main Building, Gibsons Landing .Elementary  ':.*,"������:���  ?       *   SchOOl^   ���'     -y'-:*'   '-������XX    Xa ..>-'���'���'������"��� '"'r    :!>;-* ^'V*.-v*':    ���  Classrooms .?~%Anriexj No. 1, |?Gibspns Landing Elementary  .. 1././'.'..:.scbooi.   '���-'- ���      ���yy.-yy:'i'P$'rfi!T*v  ���   ��� "i''V?. *''���::������*: ���<'? 'mtf'r&i'iyj-1  Specifications ��� may  be .6bttain$d at the Sbhopl ,Bqardr Office,.-;:-.  Gibsons, B.C..??   v   :  V'-     ��� --���'- *-' :��XXX.,::X/ X"*��� '^'Vy?;  The lowest or any tender wiil?not.. necessarily be acce?ptedv  "  The Board of School Trustees/  *'  School District No. 46, 'Sechelt.T  -.j.  The Carling World Open, an annual international golf -classic -  with the largest purse in golf history, -was announced in Toronto  today by Mr. C. O. Dalton, President of The Carling Breweries  Limited. With Mr. Dalton at the press conference when the  announcement was made are left Mr. V. C. Hbldroyd, Past Pres.,  R.C.G.A. and Mr. Pat Fletcher, Pres., C.P.G.A. on his right.  The Carling World carri-S a total purse of $200,000, with first  prize worth $35,000.  $200,000 golf tourney  ���Vil,  51 Installations in nine months on  -^ the Sunshine Coast   '  MORE HEAT TRAVEL THAN OTHER FURNACES -  Moffat electric ranges, fridges, washers  & Cycloe Oil Ranges '"?",>  MOFFAT WATER HEATERS UNCONDITIONALLY  GUARANTEED 10 YEARS ��� REPLACED FREE .i  NEW STYLE HOT WATER HEATING  r  SPECIAL: 3 used oil furnaces  GAS RANGE, 200 lb.  GAS, TANKS SllO  i  No down payment-^5 years to pay���Oil company of your choice  Darcy & Roger Ay len  Ph. 886-2208 if no answer Ph. 886-2133  The Carling World Open, an annual international golf classic  with the largest purse in golf his-  tcry, is announced by C. O. Dal-  ton, president of The Carling  Breweries Limited., _,  The first Carling World  Open  will be   held in  August  of next  year and will  carry  a   total of  $200,000 in prize money with first  place worth $35,000. In all there  will be more than 75 prizes.  * It will be open to golfers around   the   world,   regardless   ofr  jace, color of creed. Elimination  tournaments  will 'be   held  in   a  number   of   world  zones  -where"  golfers must qualify to enter the  championship. Both amateurs and  professionals may enter!1 ^  Mr. Dalton pointed out this was'  a joint-venture sponsored by The  Spring tea helps  finish kitchen  At the April meeting of the La-'  dies Auxiliary to the Pender Harbour branch/ Royal Canadian Le?  gion, the members' heard a report of the success of their Sprmg  Tea held to raise money for fin���  ishing the kitchen in the Legion  Hall.   The   auxiliary thanks  all?,  those who turned out despite the'  inclement weather. Raffle prizes*  were won by Miss E. Simmons^  Mrs. V. Curtis and Capt. H. Da-  -vidson.  The members, voted that donaJ  tions be made to the local May  Day committee and Junior Olympic Training Plan/ Mrs. Donald  Cameron was   appointed trustee  to   administer the" Bursary  and\  Scholarship fund with   a  branch  committee.   Mrs.   W.   Rousseau'  was elected to the executive and"  Mrs. Gilbert Lee, sick and hospi.  tal convenor. Members are- now  working for their fall bazaar to  be held Sept. 21.  Carlmg Breweries Limited in  Canada, the Carling' Brewing  Company in the United States and  Charnngton United Breweries in  Great Britain.       . **"  r The Carling World will have a  field of about 140 golfers playing  four rounds (72 holes) of individual stroke play on successive  days. These golfers will all have  Qualified in one of the world zone  tournaments pjayed* Earlier, and  at least 35" * contestants will be -  from outside the'Uiiited States."  ZENITH LATEX  LAKES PAINTING  A PLEASURE!  MARSHALL WELLS  SPECIAL  . m._ .Zenith Latex outside paint  IS easy to use and it's. durable too!  *���'-���r Gives your home years of beauty  *"'    '   . and protection.-Resists  . blistering . ; . dries quickly tool  Next time youWdoing any  ��� 'exterior painting, insist  on New Zenith Latex.  ZEN IT  j^Ai  jm*^-.  *. -v,,,  UT1X  H0USIWU  MARSHALL WILLS  DURABLE     PLASTIC  UtlLltV PAIL -Ml 1 gallon  Size. Extra Special I Limited Of fer i  3001*  .X- '���'  Parker's Hardware  Phone 885-2171 ��� Sechelt  MARSHALL   WELLS    STORES  Gibsons Hardware  Phone 886-2442  mi v\i 11 mi in  - Open 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Including Sunday  CLOSED TUESDAY  Our Specialties  Steak and Mushrooms  Southern, Fried Chicken  DINING ROOM AVAILABLE FOR AFTERNOON TEAS  Please phone 24 hours in advance for reservation  Phone 886-2472  ^^0^^^0^0^0^0.^^^^0^^^*M*^*^0^0^mi0^^^0^^0^0^^^0^0^0^>^0^0^0^^l^^  mmmmmaammmm-----%km-m  Sunshine Coast  MASONS GARAGE  Dunlop tires & accessories  Electric welding;  Wheel balancing   '  Truck and car repairs'  NORTH ROAD ��� GIBSONS  -*<     - , ���*       Ph. 886-2562  STOCKWELL & SONS  LTD.  Box 66,-Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe   and   front  end   loader  work.  Screened  cement gravel, fill and road gravel.  aamaa---mm--m--mWmWm^aaaaaaaaMmrmmmmmmam^S.mm^smaaaaaamaaaaammaam^am^  Hill's Machine Shop  Cold Weld Process  Engine "Block Repairs  Arc, Acy Welding  "Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-7721 Res. 886-9956  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  L. GORDON BRYANT  ^ ' NOTARY PUBHC  at  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office, Phone $86-2346"  House' Phone .886-2100,  THRIFTEE DRESS SpOP  "Personalized "Service"  /    ' Agentsf'  Brown* Bros." Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886 9543  ' GIBSONS PLUMBING'  HEATING ���  PLUMBING  Complete installation!  Quick efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORIT  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL    .  Arches, Jacks; Pumps  , Air Compressor,, Roclc Drill  Concrete Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422  See us for all your knitting re.  quirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim'" Wool.  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353   C & S SALES  For all your,heating  /^reqtdrements; "':''*  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also Oil Installation  Free estimates  Furniture  Phone  885-9713  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  . SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHEl?T  Phone 885-2062  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  Dealers for PM Canadien,  Mc-  Culloch and Homelite Chain Saws  A Complete Stock oi Machines  and Parts tor Maintenance  4*~ *and~Repairs.  Telephone ,885-9521   SEWING MACHINE  RADIO - APPLIANCES  SHERIDAN TV  SALES AND SERVICE  Ph. 885-2058 ��� Res. 885-9534  We  use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties  Canada Permanent Mortgage  Corp.  apply  Charles English   Ltd.  representative  Gibsons 886-2481  FLOOR TILE  PLASTIC WALL  TILE  Quality paint, by Bapco  Plywood cuttings in Stock  SECHELT BLDG. SUPPLIES  -     Phone 885-9600  ,  COMMERCIAL   & DOMESTIC  REFRIGERATION  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  John Hind-Smith  Phone 886-9949 '"���"-"      /  ���_______L______ * ��� *i  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt    ?  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200 ?  I & S TRANSPORT  .LTD.  Phone 886-2172  Daily, Freight Service to  .Vancouver       ���-'??-.  Local & long distance * moving  Local pickup and delivery  ���    ':service? v?:..* ''.'���  Lowbed hauling  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  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"  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK      /   ?  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway.  Roomy Parking, Plenty of Water  Large'recreation area  ..'���  Bus passes park site  Phone 886-9826  OPTOMETRIST  ROY SCOTT  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR  and NOTARY PUBLIC?  P. Collison Barker   .  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza  Gibsons, B.C.  Every Friday  or by  Appointment  Phone 886-2481  .Evenings, 886-7729   CUSTOM LAND SERVICE  See ad on Page 7  MOVING & STORAGE  REID'S  WORLD WIDE MOVING  Long distance moving anywhere  in B.C, Canada & U.S.A.  s  A Cpmpiete Service  886-2192 MU 3-1393  Gibsons Vancouver  y 992 Powell St.  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  COLES IRON WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  RAILINGS & POSTS  Fire screens  & accessories  Custom Furniture;  Patios r  Fib��eglass awnings  Phone 886-9842  Open evenings and weekends  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances,  TV Service  Hoover Vacuum Cleaners  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  scows   ���   logs  ;  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425 ELECTRICAL MIRACLES  - ��� , ���- , *  Miracles of electricity hdve occurred within a lifetime. In 1921,  a radio station .broadcast 35  .miles. In July, 1962, -Telstar relayed European television for  North American viewers, a distance of 5000 miles.  A LARGE TREE  Believed to be the largest of  its species, a Douglas in Clatsap  County,1 Oregon, measures more  than 48 feet in circumference and  stands 200 feet 6 inches tall.' It  contains enough lumber to build  10 two-bedroom houses.  ^pnmiuiaMMinittunnnuiMttinnnttnHuninimiiuuiUu  PULLER BRUSH  Phone 885-2017, Sechelt  Write C. R.. Gregory  Sechelt Inn, Sechelt  TOWING SERVICE  Penipsula Motors  Ltd.  ' __ Phone  DAYS - 885-2111  NITES - 885-2155  Custom Furniture  & Cabinet Needs  in unfinished softwood or  finished exotic hardwoods  cal1 R. BIRKIN  Oceanside  Furniture  & Cabinet Shop  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek '  Ph. 886 2551        "*  BEST QUALITY DRESS  AND WORK SHOES  Marine Men's Wear  LTD. '���      :^:-  Ph. 886^2116 i--?Gibsoiis  DIRECT & GEAR DRIVE  CHAIN SAWS  Most Powerful _  Chain Saws a Logger can  own! Perfectly balanced ...rug-,  gedly    built.    NEW... Dura-Bore-'*-  cylinder for coolest operation and  longest   life.; NEW   Micro-Mesh  polyester-fibre air filter can be-   .  easily cleaned ...���'. .stays cledn  longer. 990D   weighs   only   23  {)ounds!  990G  just 26  pounds  less bar and chain).  A FREE DEMONSTRATION  will convince you of the Extra  Power, Production and Profit  these Homelites will give! "  Power Saw Sales  This book  for small  businesses  Businessmen attending the Second   Export   Trade   Promotion  conference in Ottawa from April  1C> to May 3 will receive copies  of the first pocketbook ever published by the Canadian government. Issued simultaneously in  English and French editions,  How to Run A Business, will be  sold on news stands from coast  to coast at 50 cents a copy.  . Compiled by the. industrial  promotion branch of the Department of Trade and Commerce,  it is based on years of research  into the successes and failures  of thousands of Canadian enterprises. An authoritative handbook of sound business practices,  How to Run a Business covers  all types of business and forms  of organization, and deals with  such vital. subjects as laws and  regulations, records and ac-  - counts, insurance, locations, and  uses and sources of credit.  In presenting the first-copy off  the press to James A. Roberts,  deputy minister of trade and  commerce, C. A. St. Arnaud,  superintendent of the publications branch of the department  of public printing and stationery,  said-that How-to Run a Business  is the first of a series of pocket-  books on "a wide' range of subjects to be published by the  Queen's Printer.  OUTSTANDING EXECUTIVE TYPE HOME FEATURE'S  CENTRE HALL PLANNING  ^Wv-  ��� "THE   BUILDING    CENTRE   CBC) LTD  i -PLAN,SERVICE    ���"    VANCOUVER   BC  PLAN     R3B-2iy63  AREA    l*>62 SQ FT  First rule book  lor marksmen  H. D; Barbour of Montreal was'  elected president of the Canadian Civilian Association of Marksmen   at  the* organization's  31st  annual meeting..--.  In reporting on the meeting,  Frank McCormick, executive director said the CCAM now has 16G  clubs taking part in itsv programs  These clubs represent more than.,  6,000 small bore,; match rif le arid  handgun shooters?/ -.'������".  The association has codified  the regulations for match' rifle  and sporting: rifle and these are  npw available in the first Canadi.  an rule book of its kind.: For the  future, the annual meeting de-  cided that the CCAM publication  Aim would be changed from,  magazine format to a tabloid  newspaper, published quarterly.  Coast News, April 22, 1963.       7  CHIEF   PULP ��� I SOURCES  Chief   sources    of'"';,. pulpwood,  pulpyand paper?in the free world  today   are.';*Canada,  the  United  Slates  arid the Baltic countries.  MEETINGS  of" 'yi'X'  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  Kirigdoih  Hall, jFri.   8:30 p.m.  Public Talk  Kingdom Hall, Sun: 3 p.m.  Waichtower Study  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 4 p.m.  The Kingdom Hall is at    ?  ���f;   ��� ..< , Selma Park*  ' No Collections  r  4-H club meets  The 4-H Howe Sound beef club  meeting was held at the home of  Dina Coates on March 30 at 7:30  p.m. with 13 members present.  The 4-H members thank1 everyone1  who donated? money to the 4-H  dinner. The, 4-H field day was  held, on April 21' at Tretheway.  The next meeting, will be held at  the home of Kirt Day April 28  at 7:30 p.m'.  HONOR FOR 4-H CLUBS  .Mr. J. R. Racine, 4-H Clubs  president, announces the Governor of Canada, and Madame  Vanier have granted patronage  to the Canadian Council on, 4-H  Clubs. In an official letter from  Government., house,,, their excellencies, having 'a'Thigh regard  for the work of the 4-H movement and its value for the benefit, of Canada, - were pleased to  accede to the request to grant  their patronage to the Canadian  Council on 4-H Clubs.  PrintedPattern  Plan No. 21563 (Copyright No. 117093)  Centre hall'planning has never been used to better advantage than  in this well designed executive type "home, especially designed for a  front view lot. ���  The especially attractive entry opens into' a front hall, and continues  on to the centre hall, from which the various sections of the house  fan out. The living room, study and master bedroom are completely  separated from the rest of the house, and designed1 so that they are  angled off from the other components that go to make up the floor  layout.  Conventionally located are two more bedrooms at the rear of the  house, and a family sized bathroom with built in vanity wall. Kitchen  shows plenty of cupboard space and all the modern requisites of up-  to-date living, including an eating bar which opens into the kitchen7  area, but can be shut off from the dining area if desired. Dining  room for. more formal dining features open wall on the stairway?  down to the partial basement under this particular section of the;  house.*       ���     - -  The unusual designing of this house lends itself to added living enjoyment and pride of ownership. Harmony .of line is indicated in the  smooth uncluttered appearance of the outside which lends itself to  "dressing up'" by, the addition of planters, shrubs and elegant landscaping. This is truly a beautiful home for the executive or professional man.  Designed for N.H.A. approval, working drawings are available from  the Building Centre (B.C,) Ltd. New edition of Select Homes Designs plan book available. Send 50c to cover cost' of mailing and  handling to 96 Kingsway, Vancouver 10.  ��� -���  Royal Canadian Legion 109 L.A.  CANADIAN  LEGION   HALL -r Gibsons  ,j��iriri_r~   ^+*^*^^^a**j^^^^ :>  ���-(������'  NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS  . ��� ��� ?'   -*  - ���..... ���'.i  Truck & Automobile Repairs  Tirie Repairs ��� Dunlop Tires  Oxy-acetyline and Electric: Welding  Wheel Balancing  NORTH ROAD -  -l^XX'X:.     Phone S86-25G2  BACKHOE & LOADER  9090  it 10^50  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT NYGREN - Ph. 886-2350  CUSTOM LAND SERVICES  ���** *���- *���* ,"       �� -f  ROTOVATING    -    ROTOT1LLING  large or' small machines for small garden or acreage  LAWNS POWER RAKED   (and swept)  this machine cleans out old grass, moss, etc., aireates and  rejuvenates your lawn.  PLOWING ��� LIGHT BLADE WORK, GRADING, etc.  MOWING'"��� Hay? weeds, etc.   -  REASONABLE RATES ��� $4 per hr., for any machine $5 min.  ItOY BOLDERSON  v ���*��� ' BOX 435, Porpoise Bay Rd., Sechelt, B.C.  Ph. 885-9530���Weekdays evenings only���Sat., Sun. anytime  (:  youll like this beer  /You'll like its zest.  Its friendly  Canadian flavor  that's becoming popular all over the world.  say'MABEL, BLACK LABEL!'  ���'���.':'������'     V "-X':..:  &  A DIVISION OF JACKSON  BROS. LOGGING LTD.  Wilson Creek���Ph.  885-9521  [AtnUn  A bright morning look���a hap-  ���py   choice , of   dress   or,'   robe  ���length for this snappy coachman,  wrap.  Sew it in cheery cottons  or terry-cloth.  Printed Pattern 9090: Misses'  Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size  16 requires . 5V6 yards 35-inch  fabric.  FIFTY CENTS (50c) in coins  (no .stamps, please) for this pattern; Print plainly SIZE, NAME,  ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER.  ���   -Sen/d order to MARIAN MARTIN/: care   of  the  Coast   News,'  Pattern Dept., 60 Front St. West,  Toronto, Ont.  FREE OFFER! Coupon in  Spring Pattern Catalog for one  pattern free���any one you choose  from 300 design ideas. Send 50c  now for Catalog.  B9451-1        Thjs advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. 8       Coast News, April 22,  1963.  BOWLING  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEYS  (ORV MOSCRIP)  Standard Motors in the Commercial League set two team records Thursday night rolling  3654 for-,three and a single of  1399.  , Pender Harbour roll-off saw  Harold Kleins team edge Gerry  Gordon's team by 30 pins ��� 2711  to 2681.  Legaue scores:  Dorothy Smith 795 (301-251),  Jean Robinson 296-251, Norma  Branca 260, Velda Waters 257.  Commercial League: May  Fleming (259-285), Orv Moscrip  823 (331), Eve Moscrip 812 (271-  335), Frank Newton 302, Bronni  Wilson 257.  Sports Club: Linda Carter 675  (298), Red Robinson 703 (299),  Harriet Duffy 280, Lil Butler 251.  Ball & Chain:  Jean Robinson  Esmond Lumber  3600  EAST HASTINGS  VANCOUVER   6  Mail your enquiries  for our prices on  _ft PLYWOOD A ROOFING  675,    Bruce   Redman  709   (280),  Babe Derby 290, Sue Woods 288.  Ladies    Spring   League:    Eve  Moscrip 709   (287),  Jean  Robinson ' 310?' Phoebe HManseh 256y-**'  TEN -PINS :'-..-���:������'���     ?;? ���  Mixed: Lola Caldwell 419 (165)?  Ron Robinson 503 (203).   ^.  Men's Ten Pins: Awards presented at the banquet saw Pelle  Foulsen take high average (166),  Butch Ono and Orv Moscrip  shared high'three (584) and Dick  Gray high single 235? .  DOORS  INSULATION  E & M BOWLADROME  (ED.   CONNOR)  Bruce Campbell relaxed with  a radio hockey game glued to  his ear.surprised everyone Friday night when he rolled a three  game total of 908.  Team high three and single rolled this week by the Pin Falls of  Gibsons B League with 3164-1159.  League scores:  ^  S. C. L.: Newman Plumbing  3022-1110. G. Newman 774 (331),  R. Newman 609, A. Holden 608,  S. Christianson 610, J. Lowden  271, J. Larkman 630 (256), D.  Elson 284, J. Ferguson 244.  GIBSONS B: Pin Falls 3164-  1359. J. Lowden 259, A. Holden  624 (260); J. Chaster 611 (244),  M. Connor 828 (266) (313) (249),  E. Connor 700 (279), K. Bromley  666, P. Hoops 629 (241) D. Reeves  648, K. Butler 265.  Tues. Coffee:-* Blowouts 2601-  961. L. Campbell 552 (252), J.  Jewett 645 - (268), G. Smith 566,  L. Hughes 576, V. Boyes 508, A.  Sneddon 538, C. Fisher 581, D.  Musgrove 520, J. Jorgenson 561,  A. Fossett 529.  ODDMENTS  CLEARANCE  A Little of Everything  from  Dishes to Dung-aries  Come in and get them at  I-10&  Merchants: Hopefulls 2671-938.  J. Harrison 609 (241)iM. Marleau 247, B. St. Denis 601, J.  Whyte 615, T. Bailey 612.  Gibsons?A:yMidway 3040-1079.  Whizzbangs 1079. E. Shadwell  677 (258), H.yShadwell 275, D.  Crosby 616, M. Connor 602 (255),  J. Clement 632 (288) E. Conridr  634 (256)y G. -Edmoiids 252, I).-  Bailey 605, A. Robertson 643  (240), H. Thorburn 637, C. Fisher  263. '���'/.���:.*  Ladies: Tartans 2789-99&. I.  Plourde 694 (248) (267), F. Raynor 618 (278), H. Thorburn 677  (266), M. McKay 512, L? McKay  550 (245), M. Smith 528, M. Holland 620 (247), P. Hume 526?."���__..��  Randel 507, V. Wilson 519, G.  Nasadyk 522, D. Crsoby 551, M.  Carmichael 555, E. Sicotte 544  (254), M. Connor 549.  Commercials: Shell 2880. Larks  1108. D. Bailey 629, E. Shadwell  680 (299), C. Fisher 631, E. Fisher  628   (243),  H.   Jorgenson ?781  (271)  (263)  (247),    J. Jorgensoh-  605   (254), T.   Connor 637   (252);,  J.  Clement 610 (245),  J. Drummond 654 (283), B. Morrison 2^��y  J. Lowden 270, J? Peddie 607,' JTC*  Davies 619 (250).  Port Mellon: Cool. Seven. 2926.-,,  1089. C. Sheppard 617, A; Holden  609,    B.    Wiren; 608    (270),    P.  Comeau 619, F. Comeau 658 (286)  E. Preiss 665 (257).  Ball  &   Chain:   Spitfires  2768V  957. M. Hopkins 622 (281) S. But-:  ler 652   (293),  R? Wiren 653,   G?  Hopkins 605,   B.   McGivern   621,  J.   Whyte 766  (264). (263).       *?;j  Mens:    Blowers    3136.    Pencil  Pushers   1140.   B.   Campbell  908  r358)  (294)   (256),  J. Drummond  888 (286) (266) (336), S. Rise 797.  (241)    (320).    H.   Jorgenson 666"  (271)     A.     Robertson  694 (248>  (274), E. Connor 650 (244), G? De-,  Marco 693  (254)   (243),  D. Kendall 658   (268),  L.   Gregory 635,  J.   Larkman 649,   J.   Whyte 747:  (303),   G. McLean   623. (263)   E:  Hume   653    (285),  F.  Hicks 635  (268).  Juniors:    Mike    Clement    368  (207), John Slinn 29? (177), Jim  Westell 303   (175),   Bonnie Thor-v  burn 32? (171). ./''*%  TREMENDOUS DEBT  know and honor . the,  We all  work of explorers like MacKenzie and Douglas, but* not  everyone realizes the tremendous debt British Columbia ? owes  to the loggers who worked; out,  ways of handling thegiant treeS t  they found in our rugged, mountainous terrain.  .,_!������  -'������ ?';  A/>-*"\ :*.  Rhone 886-2563  ���*a*asaat.aaaamaat��aataaaaaauataat  Stuffed Pork Butt Roasts    59c  Round Steak  Side Bacon  j>':*  WHILE THEY LAST  GRADE  A   79c lb.  39c lb.  69c Ib.  49c lb.  REAL GOOD  1 lb. Pkgs for  6 to 10 lbs.  Gold Reef Pineapple  PURITAN   CANNED  MEATS  ........  CHILI  CON   CARNI   MILD OR HOT  SPAGETTI AND MEAT BALLS ........  BEEF STEW ...............................  iMix or Match  ��� ���������raa��-k^��ta��.'i��B-a..e-��t-i.�� ���*���������������*��������������<  O   FOR  WWW  ������������������*���������������������*������������������������������������������������������������'������*���'*������'���'���'���������������''������'������������������  31*1  A3so leave your name on our entry form and win a  plus a good strong man to operate it for you for 4 'hrs.  (���������������������������������������������������������I  WATCH FOR OUR FLYER NEXT WEEK  If yon don't get one  SEE YOUR POSTMASTER AMD FIND OUT WHY  Qibsons Cunnycrest Shopping piAZA  PARK WITH EASE - SHOP AS YOU PLEASE - PUBLIC TELEPHONES, RESTROOMS, UNDERCOVER WINDOW SHOPPINQ  P.  COLLISON BARKER  BARRISTER - SOLICITOR  NOTARY  PUBLIC  Phone 886-2481  COIN   DRYCLEANING  Phone 88S-9918  and  PHONE ANSWERING SEltVICE  Phone 886-2231  WALT'S CENTRE SERVICE  Phone 886-9500  CHEVRON  DANNY'S MOTEL AND  DINING ROOM  Free TV - Full Kitchen Facilities  Phone  886-9815  CAA and AAA Member  DON'S SHOE STORE  Mens ��� Ladies ��� Childrens  Phone  886-2624  DOUGLAS PAINT AND  VARIETY STORE  Phone 886-2615  CHAS. ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 886-2481  LARKMAN'S TV AND RADIO  Repairs and Service  Phone 886-2538 or 886-9333  ROGERS CO. LTD.  Furniture ��� Appliances ���  Sales an.d Service  Phone 886-9333  Linens  SUPER-VALU  Phone 886-2424  SUNNYCREST MOTORS  Imperial Station  Phone 886-9962  TODD'S DRY GOODS  Ladies &   Childrens Wear  Phone 886-9994  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Phone 886-2332  DEPT. OF SOCIAL WELFARE  Phone 886-2159  Shop with Confidence  Buy Brand Names Only  We are agents for  SUNBEAM   APPLIANCES  ��� LANDERS   APPLIANCES  SPEED  QUEEN WASHERS   &   DRYERS  TYNANS  FAMOUS CHESTERFIELDS AND  CHAIRS  DALE FINE FURNITURE ��� FINDLAY &  GIBSON RANGES  GIBSON FRIDGE & FREEZERS ��� FLEETWOOD TV-STEREO & RADIO  PROGRESSIVE LAMPS AND ACCESSORIES    ���  Your goods are not only guaranteed by the manufacturer but  also carry our personal guarantees ��� YOU CAN NOT GO WRONG  J. J. Rogers Co. Ltd.  Phone 886-9333  Spring Clean-up  Wax Cleaners  Boat Gas and Oil  Everything  for  Spring  ^ IMPI-liM ���*****k  ��sso]  Sunnycrest  Motors  Phone 886-9962  JIM LARKMAN  TELEVISION  SALES - SERVICE  Associated with  J. J. Rogers & Co. Ltd.  Phone  886-2538 or 9333  InlileraiiiT Antennas  from $6 up  Picture Tulbes $28 up  EXPERT SERVICE  5 years RCA Factory Experience  25 years in Radio  GIANT  SIZE  29# OFF  Ardmona Peaches ���m^.^L^m.  Boston Corn Beef   12oz. ..... 2 for65c  Leg -o-Lamb   whoie^Haif ......... 39c lt>.  NounIhiiiir \i\v in hi.   |{\i;li\k\ (;i;\i'F\s  Free trip to Australia via Quantas Airlines  WATCH YOUR VANCOUVER  PAPERS  SUPER-VALU  Support  Next  Week's  Cancer  Drive  Spring is here !  !  !.  Get your car oil and  grease change NOW  WYNN'S CARBURATpR CLEANER  WYNN'S MOTOR CLEANER  Buy Bardall & win a boat  Tmnsportation Specials  1951 AUSTIN   .... $   75  1952 PONTIAG ���������������__ $150  S(CHEVRON)  Centre Service  Phone 88-6-950O

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