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Array }+*&  GOLDEN   CUP AWARD  COFFEE  at DANNY'S  COFFEE HOUSE & MOTEL  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE COAST  ' -  - -     "  Published  in Gibsons.  B.C.     Volume 17, Numbe? 16 April 18,   1963.  7c per copy  A COMPLETE LINE  OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine Men's  Wear  Ltd.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  BUTT THAT CIGARETTE is Gary Dewhirst's advice to fellow teenagers. Through poster and essay contests and educational programs  in schools, the Canadian Cancer Society is trying to make young  people like Gary? aware of the relationship between cigarette smoking arid lung cancer. The Society says the best way to prevent lung  cancer is not to start smoking.  Cancer society plans  its annual campaign  The Canadian Cancer  Society  will launch its annual education- ?  al and fund-raising campaign in y  Gibsons  shortly and again  this  year, the society will emphasize '  its dual purpose with the slogan  Fight .-.Ct^eF>';*mth^'ia-.'Check-upv ;  land  a-j3heque, i'Sayjs  pr;oviri&i��i:?y  campaign |chairman; R. A. -(Bod)k ?  -Sandersori^'^^^  Cancer  volunteers   throughout  British Colulribia and the Yukon  will   seek   to  raise  $355,000  as  part of a  national objective of?'??  $3,682,000. They will also intend  sify their   efforts to  get more  people to their doctors in time,  for early treatment. '"'���"���?���?  The Cancer Society urges an  annual   health   check-up as; the  best   protection   against   death"  from cancer.  British Columbia's armament  of supervoltage weapons. for the  treatment of cancer by radiation  will be increased to four this  May when the Victoria Cancer  Clinic; gets its first yCobalt-60  Beam TherapyfUnit? ;'y  The $50,000 ?uriit?will be? installed when the clinic, moves into  expanded quarters in a new wing  ?of?ythe  There  mm  Vancouver where patients froni  all over British Columbia and  the Yukon receive treatment,.  The success ? of ? the; treatment  programs;; followed in ;B?C. iis  documented in a: ten-year ?re-  search-iitudy recently completed  by Dr. AyMaxwellEvans, Direc-  torNof the B.C. Cancer Institute.  It was further confirmed when  Sir Stafford Cade, Britain's  leading cancer expert, toured the  Institute and termed it absolutely  the best available 'treatment by  all ?methodsr * ???���������  Prairie  tourists  sought  A know your western neighbor  tourist promotion goodwill.,_ tour  to. the prairie provinces Will be  undertaken by representative's of  the,visitor industry in B.C.yearly  in May, Hon. Earle C. Westwood  has announced. The purpose of  the tour will be to point? out? the  ease with which the visitor; can  come to British Columbia via the  Trans-Canada? Highway andjRog-  ers Pass or several alternate  routes.    ;*/ ; -.?,".'?.*. I'/XX-"���.  "We have been very; pleased  by the response already received from Californians following"  our goodwill tour to Los Angeles  and San Francisco;'' Mr..?West-  wood said. "I am sure that' 'a  visitation to the prairie; points  .with an invitation to, come; -and  see us and a desire on bur part  to learn of their tourist^faciiities  will * help greatly to point up \ the  delights of western Cariadiairi vacations."   ? ;'::* ���'*'?-  Mr. Westwood said the tour  would be in two sections; one by  bus to Calgary; Lethbridge,  Medicine Hat? Red Deer and Edmonton and the second by air  to Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina,  Moose Jaw, Swift Current arid  Saskatoon. Each will leave Vancouver on Sunday, May 5,-re-  ' turning the  following Saturday.  Presentations will be> iriade to  local mayors and a slide showing  especially tailored to the potential visitor from the prairies is  being created. Speaking engagements at service clubs and official luncheons are being arranged.  The goodwill tours are beirig  co-ordinated by R. B. Worley  -who will lead the Alberta: section ;  and    Ron?   Gadsby    will be in-  meeting  Oh the school referehdum  Editor:   I feel that one of the *  reasons   for   the   defeat   of   the  sejiool referendum is the lack of  public    relations    between    the  . ��ehobl board and the public. ...  ?-JTrustees  are   people  who   ar��  f entnisted withtheresponsibilities  connected with our schools and  should present all the facts possible to the ratepayers and keep  t|erii well informed "on all matters? The ratiepayer has the right  t| ask questions.arid receive ans-  ���vtei-s without? being humiliated.  yil^ot lorig ago Gibsons  held   a  .'F&blic meeting to elect two Yepre*.  spritatives.with ho trustee present  prepared to call the ; meeting to  * qfder. Many letters '.of inquiry on  various subjects have been written to the board and no answers  r-eceived. ������'���;-  ?H don't think anyone disputes  tjjie fact that rooms are urgently  ri|eded arid that perhaps the present referendurii does riot ask for  all that: is ^required, but: one.  should have some cbmiriunication  \yith those who are going to handle the money.  ?'l feel certain that if more information had been forthcoming  f-rom the school board arid not  having.to be got from individuals  tbis refefenduni ;would have pass,  ejj arid pur students would not be  made to suffer the consequences .  ��� >I voted iri favor, of this bill but  '������ li do admit that it was doubtful  i$ my*mind if it was the correct  thing, to do considering the relationship that exists.  H ������*.?.'��� Mrs. M? VOLEN  :  icial ^sultJ  iln the school?referendum vote,  Connie  Sunshine Coast Connie Mack  baseball league starts playing on  Sunday, April 28 with last year's  B.C. runnier-up team, in the finals, North Vancouver Burdettes  playing Gibsons Kiwanis.  The opening game arid all  games in this league will be played in Hackett Park, Sechelt. The  Sunday opener will be a double-  header, starting at 1 p.m. with  the second game startirig at 3  p.m.  This year's league will be affiliated with North Vancouver's  Andy's Lumberjacks, Alb y?' s  Roofers and the Woodlams in the  North Van league. The Sunshine  Coast League will include Pender  Harbour, Sechelt and Gibsons.  The schedule will also provide  OopsISorry!  In last week's federal election  results the returns as printed  concerning Hopkins Landing  showed seven Communist votes.  The returning officer in that  area phoned the Coast News to  correct that figure. It should  have been? one Communist vote,  not seven. The mistake occurred  in transcribing written figures.  games to-start at 6:15 each Tuesday and Friday evening. For Sun.  day-games there, will be a double  header with? a visiting North Vancouver team.  Public support is needed to  urge the boys in playing better  bail. Support from home crowds  goes a long way towards helping  a team do its best.  Tickets selling  for three plays  Book Worms Don't Have to Bite  'ir the title of a play which Sechelt's Hospital Auxiliary will  present at 8 p.m. in Sechelt Elementary school auditorium, Friday, April 26.       ,  There will be 18 children in-  \olved in this play which will bo  one of three to be presented by  the auxiliary, proceeds of which  will be added to the auxiliary's  new hospital fund.  Tickets can also ��� be obtained  through Mrs. Robert Efnerson at  phone 886-2490,  Gibsons.  Brownie function  yGil��oris 2nd Brownie Pack  were ��� hjaippy to welcome many  parents ?to their open house on  April 8?-It was the occasion for  the Brownies to receive badges  for which they had worked during - the preceding' weeks. Mrs.  Thomas, 'district - commissioner,  presented "the Golden Hand award? the highest Brownie award  to Karen Alsager, and Golden  Bars to Martha; Brakstadt, Virginia Campbell, Patsy Feeney,  Kathy Hall, Toni King, Christine  McDonald, Vikki? Taylor and Linda Walton.?"  First Year Service stars were  awardted to Virginia Campbell  and Vikki Taylor and Christy  West received her Observers proficiency badge.  The Brownies entertained their  guests with songs and games and  served tea. Each Brownie had  made a flower filled Easter basket for her Motherland Mrs. Tyson the Brownies' Godmother had  made bouquets for each of the  leaders.    ���       HOSPITAL PAYMENTS  Powell River General Hospital  received payments totalling  $176,563.40 toward the cost of  their four storey 38-bed addition,  expected to be in operation this  summer.  emitted. Here is a -revised table:  ��� ��� ��� ������ -- '.���'���' }X:-/'/'': ���-������-  Yes  No  ��� Vancouver, Bay  '   0  0  Egmont ,  .   12  .   4  Nelson. Island.  1  .,,4  Jrvines Landing  8  ���*>  Garden Bay ��� ..,  23  5  Madeira   Park  80  29  Halfmoon Bay  20  11  Sechelt Rural  38  26  Sechelt Village  42  41  Davis '������.Bay- ���������-?y  29  22  Roberts. Creek  43  42  Elphinstone School  54  68  Gibsoris Mun. Office  127  8*-J  Langdale?  19  31  Port Mellon  11  4  Gariibier Island  6  3  Eowen Island  2  5  TOTAL  515  381  Editor: After reading your editorial in the Coast News April 11,  I felt the need to express* some  of my views ori the defeat of the  referendum on April 6.   -  Let; me first 'say that I am  sorry that it was defeated as I  feel that the need for more rooms  surpasses anything else. But I  must also say that I am in sympathy with the feelings of many  who voted against it. It must be  obvious to anyone who has taken  an interest in this. matter that  this was a vote of non-confidence  in' the School board; that the tax.  payers were not prepared to trust  the board with their "blank  cheque."  The point is, will the trustees  recognize this "non-confidence"  vote and do something about it!  and will the people follow through  and: elect.a trustee at the next  election and attend the annual  meetings to .elect good representatives. This is where the apathy  starts!  As far as the referendum itself  is. concerned, I:feel it was a step  in- the right direction but perhaps  not a big enough orie. It seems  . ironical that the board can plan  ten years into the future with  their site at Sechelt but can only  look one year into the future at  Gibsons. Four rooms would solve  thei problerh this yfcar but what  of next year and the year after  and the year after that? No one  wants referendums every year so  why not project the building plan  for at least the three year perio.1  which we are told is government  oolicy.'  Gibsoris  Elementary   is  , growing at a rate of a classroom  per year sd shouldn't we be build-  school?  Is it  ���boPBoard  that we get caught short of class.  -y<tlj:.a/,space-: so: of ten? No other  part of the district has this problem!   '. ��� .-   ��� ���  It seems to me that the Board  of Trustees should consider these  tjhings very thoroughly. before  presenting another : referendum  and the taxpayers must become  much more interested and informed before voting again. <  FRANCIS   B.  STEWART  Meeting thanks  trustees  A paragraph was dropped in  the School referendum. story  which would have explained that  . it: needed a ��� 60. percent vote in  order to pass. As it was the vote  was actually 22 short on the Yes  side. This meant that it was de-  eated by 22 votes.  SEEDS  NOW READY  Seeds for the children's, garden  club sponsored by the Kiwanis  club of Gibsons are now available from Ed Anderson at Gibsons Hardware store on Marine  Drive.. Children eligible are between the ages of 9 and 16.  Attends clinic  Representing Royal Canadian  Legion Branch 140, John O. Lit-  t.'e is attending at Victoria a  track and field coaches cMnic to  obtain instruction from Geoffrey  Dyson, track and field coach from  England. The clinic started Mon-'  day and ends Friday.  Dyson who is on a five year  contract is reported to be far advanced in such coaching over  any other coach available as far  as techniques are concerned.  Little is track and field coach  for the Sunshine Coast Athletic  club, sponsored by the Sechelt  Legion branch. This club now has  27 young athletes some of whom  are   showing great promise  Selma Park Community Centre  invited trustees of School District  No. 46 to address an open meet,  ing of land owners on April 3.  Thirty-one people were present:  *to hear Mr. R. Spicer and Mr.  John Harvey speak on the school  referendum presented on April 6  By the number of questions"  asked, it was evident those present were taking a lively interest  in the school situation. The audience was told of the lack of  rooms for the elementary school  at Gibsons, that the new portion  was expandable, and that even  if the referendum should be turned down, the school district had  emergency borrowing powers to  build at least two rooms.  A unanimous vote of thanks and  appreciation was extended to the  speakers. After adjournment tea  and cookies were served by the  ladies of the Community Centre.  BIG BOTTLE DRIVE  A beer bottle drive has been  planned for Wilson Creek, Sechelt and Pender Harbour Scouts  covering the area between Wilson Creek and Pender Harbour.  The drive is to take place for a  week commencing April 23..  FERRY PARKING  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce has received word from  the British Columbia Authority  Ferry System that it is trying  to handle all the traffic problems  at ferry terminals due to rapid  expansion arid that the parking  problem at Langdale will be  given consideration as quickly as  possible. This information was  contained in a letter to Ron  Whiting, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce.  Queen's Scout honored  Over 300 Queen's Scouts put to  sea aboard ships of the Royal  Canadian Navy Escort Squadron  April 17. Queen's Scout Bernard  Macleod of- Wilson Creek is one  of  the 300.  The Scouts were aboard HMCS  New Glasgow, Stettler and Ste.  Therese.  Lieutenant Governor George  Pearkes had invited the Scouts to  Government House on Thursday,  April 18 where he will personally present each boy with his  Queen's Scout certificate. The  Scouts have all qualified for this  award during the past year.  To become a ���Scout of the  Queen a boy must pass all tests  in the regular Boy Scout training program and in addition earn  cr. his own initiative at least four  proficiency badges concerned  with public service.  REVISIONS  NECESSARY  Revisions will have to be made  to the unofficial, report printed by  the Coast News in last week's issue on' the result of the April 8  federal election vote! This will  be done as soon as the results  can be obtained from an official  source.  AN URGENT MEETING  The Gibsons unit of the Canadian Cancer Society advises its  members they are urgently requested to attend a meeting Fri-*  day, April 19 at 2. p.m. in Kinsmen Hall.  The annual general meeting of  St. Mary's Hospital Society will  be held on;Sunday, April 21, at  2 p.m. in Roberts Creek Community? Hall.  The order of business will be:  Report of the nominating committee and election of new mem.  bers; reading of the minutes of  the last annual meeting; presentation of reports; resolutions; election of three trustees and new-  business. -  The board of trustees will recommend for consideration this  resolution:  Whereas interim financing wili  be required for the construction  of the new hospital, and whereas we will experience delay in the  ���receipt of - federal and provincial  grants, and whereas the? borrowing authority vested in the board  of trustees under Article IX Section 1 of St. Mary's Hospital society by-laws limits borrowing to  $5,000: therefore be it resolved  that this society authorize the  borrowing of $150,000 for the purpose of financing construction  and equipping of the new hospital, such borrowing to be secured by grants claimed.  Trustees  to report  The annual meetings of the Hospital Improvement District No.  31 for the. Sun shine Coast will be  held in the four zones represerit-  ?' ing the district. At these meetings the trustees will present the  financial report and other matters concerning the operations of  ;Jlie:trustee^.?   ���   ^./-^^i^s '������-������  ���  The Zone 1 meeting was held  Tues., April 16, Granthams Community Hall?  Other meetings are:  Zone 2, Thurs., April 18; Gibsons Elementary School Hall.  Zone 3, Tues., April 23, Sechelt  Elementary;School Activity room  Zone 4, Thurs., April 25, Madeira Park Elementary School  Activity Room.  - ���   -   -   -���*.������ ���' *  All meetings begin at 8 p.m.  Zone two will elect one trustee  for three years and one for one  year; zone 3, one trustee for one  year arid zone four one trustee  for one year. These replacements  will fill any vacancies through  retirements or expirations of  terms.   Concessions  for May Day  Sechelt's auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital plans to again operate  two May Day concessions on  May 20 at Hackett Park in Sechelt in conjunction with the annual May Day celebration.  This was decided at the April  11 meeting in the Hospital Cottage with Mrs. C. Connor, president, in the chair. The meeting  found that the smorgasbord convened by Mrs. C. McDermid ae-A  Mrs. H. Duffy was a hugh success. The convenors felt the  thanks should go to all who prepared the succulent foods for the  smorgasbord.  Mrs. J. Eldred supplied distinctive floral decorations, Mrs.  T. Sinclair, piano music and Jack  Bain a door prize which was won  by Mrs. W. Dockar of Hopkins  Landing.  Those having extra Nabob coupons who desire to turn them  over to the auxiliary, which intends to obtain a second coffee  urn, can pass them along to any  member of the auxiliary. Next  meeting will be held at 2 p.m..  May 9 in Hospital Cottage, Sechelt.  GARDEN CLUB CHANGE  The Gibsons Garden Club meeting is changed from Mrs. H. L.  Mullett's home to Mrs. A. Craven's home in Granthams on Ap-  lil 25 starting at 2 p.m. There  will be an illustrated lecture with  a  speaker from Vancouver.  Hospital Society meeting - Roberts Creek Hall - 2 p.m. - Sunday, April 21 Coast News, April 18,  The Thrill That Cornea Once in a Lifetime  A WEBSTER CLASSIC  Hospital district trustees present report  what MAKes tr eoiAs.  BACK/SPORT?    _���  Hey sf_)kt:  LEMME TRY  it.' HUH,  SPOKF?  ^5jMv_?.-_  Eke (Eoast Mjeuis  Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Published  every Thursday   by Sechelt Peninsula  News Ltd.,  P.O. Box 280, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second class mail for payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit   Bureau  of  Circulation,  Canadian  Community  Newspapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Our record is good!  It would be a good idea if this week was called Hospital Week for  the district. There is a reason for this. There will be meetings of the  Sunshine Coast Hospital Improvement District No. 31 to present the  report of the trustees and elect new, trustees to fill vacancies on the  board. There will also be a big meeting Sunday in Roberts Creek  Community Hall of St. Mary's Hospital Society to deliver annual rer  ports and seek approval .to cover interim financing for construction  and equipping of the new hospital. . .        ?  The report of the trustees of the Hospital Improvement District,  on this page, who Should not be confused with trustees of the St.  Mary's Hospital Society reveals that the trustees have had no trouble  in interesting investment houses and banks-to get the bonds marketed.  The report of H. I. D. trustees also reveals taxable values of the  district have risen by more-than nine million dollars since 1961.but  at the same time the changeover of the B.C. Electric to the B.C. Hydro and Power Authority has removed the four million dollars taxa-.  tion on B.C. Electric property leaving a net increase of about five-and.  one-half millions of dollars.  Not all of this taxable increase has been the-result of revised7  ���assessments. There has been considerable growth, a more than fifteen  (million dollar expansion at Port Mellon and the addition of 105 new  homes in 1962. It is expected that the increase-in^tWenuiribef^Mew  homes for 1963 will not be less than that of 1962. The spreading of* the  mill rate over a larger number of improved properties will mean the  more properties there are the smaller will be the amount of taxation  to pay for the hospital financing.  With good support at the H. I. D. Trustee meetings and also at  the annual St. Mary's Hospital Society meeting, trustees of both organizations will have the satisfaction of knowing their work is being  appreciated and that they will be able to announce shortly the date  of the turning of the first sod for construction of the more than  $800,000 35nbed hospital on property worth.$10,000 donated by the Sechelt Indian Band.  A lesson for campaigners   ;  Mill-workers of Powell River and\Woodfibre, the fishermen of  Pender Harbour, the pensioners of the Sunshine Coast the loggers  ���of Squamish and Sechelt, the mine workers of .Britannia, West Vancouver executives, North Vancouver's large blue collar and labor  : groups and the wives of all of those gave Liberal Jack Davis  what may turn out to be the greatest majority, percentage wise,  given any candidate in this election across Canada.   . /.f -  Davis' election proves that a wide cross section of Canadian^  will enthusiastically support outstanding men who offer themselves  for public office.  It is time that political parties learned, that the trick to winning  elections lies largely in seeking out better candidates. The appearance of outstanding individuals like Jack Davis on the political scene  is entirely too rare.  Jack Davis' election gives the lie to those who believe the public  are suckers for flamboyant advertising and expensive public relations. His campaign in B.C.'s second largest riding was conducted at  minimum expense. Indications are that Davis' cairtpaign cost per  capita far below those of any other successful candidate in B.C., and  well below most of those who failed to win.  . It is time the strategists of all parties realized .that a substantial portion of campaign contributions could be better spent in encouraging more outstanding candidates to run, rather than trying  to overcome and conceal the deficiencies of poor candidates with  expensive, unproductive campaigning.  Unless our political parties learn a lesson already well known to  industry ��� that product research and development is the key to success in today's world-���Canada's parliament will continue to flounder.  ���Contributed by W. E.           ��    A $140,000,000 responsibility  Growing responsibilities resting  upon business managers of public schools in B.C. as the school  system expands will be examined  in detail when the B.C. School  District Secretary-Treasurers association holds its fifth annual  conference workshop' at Kamloops April 22-24.  Public schools secretary-treasurers are carrying a $140,000,000  load. This is the amount to be  spent this year by school boards,  including the money raised locally by taxation, and an approximately equal amount supplied by  the provincial government.  Keynoter will be Prof. Frederick  Enns,  faculty   of education.  University of Alberta, whose  theme will be The Legal Responsibilities of the Secretary-Treasurer.  To be discussed at subsequent  sessions are: The secretary-treasurer's responsibilities under; the  Workmen's Compensation Act;  his responsibilities under the Municipal Superannuation Act; and  his responsibilities in the execution of a contract on behalf of the  school district.  R. E. Lester of Haney, president of the B.C. School Trustees  association, will speak ori the status of secretary-treasurers. Education department officials will  discuss their relationship to the  department.  Since the last annual report  :r.vas. submitted to the ratepayers  by the trustees in April 1962, five  'formal meetings were held by the  board to transact the district's  business. Trustees also  attended  numerous ..meetings of the . .St,'.  Mary's Hospital Society's board  of directors and of the. hospital  .construction committee to help'to  the best of their abilities to expedite the construction project of  tlie new hospital for the district.  The highlight of the past year  was the plebiscite, held on May  25, - in* which the ratepayers were  asked about their willingness to  have funds raised as the community's share in the hospital  construction plan. It was most  gratifying for the trustees to receive the ratepayers' endorsement of their recommendation,  the ratepayers turning out in  great numbers to give approval  to the new hospital. ..'_.'���  * ���    *      *  The trustees after having, received the ratepayers' mandate,  have pressed on with the project  and have taken the steps necessary to implement the decisirin.  They have done, everything in  their power to assist the various  committees of the hospital  soci-  *. ety tp finalize the plans and were  in.constant contact with the vai*-  : ious ��� departments of the provincial government dealing with the  project.  Unfortunately the economic crisis, which faced Canada in the  summer of 1962 has also spread  its shadow over this district.  Shortly after holding' the plebiscite the minister of finance for  the province announced that the  government was not willing any  longer to assist improvement districts in marketing their bonds,  but that the Hospital. Improvement Districts had to find their  own marketplace for any bonds  they may wish to sell. In addition  provincial guarantees for such  bond issues would be refused, if  the interest rates exceeded 5*}_.  percent. The trustees weire not  dismayed by these restrictions,  but took the matter of iriarketing  their own bonds to various invest,  ment houses and banks. Thanks  to the sound tax position /Off the  district several banks and investment houses were willing and interested  to  help the  district in  ' marketing their bonds.  ���*���".'*���*���_���.#  Recently approval was received by the minister of health ser-  x vibes'- tdty the hospital ?sd_iety to  complete the : working drawings  for the new hospital;?a pre-requi-  site for starting with the financing of the district's share in the  * construction costs. Now the trustees have made formal application to the comptroller of water  rights for permission to sell their  debentures. At the time of preparing this report certain difficulties have to be overcome, as  the  comptroller of  water rights  ��� has imposed some conditions before giving his permission to sell  the debentures. These conditions,  'connected with interest rates will,  it is hoped, be resolved by the  time the report is given to the  ratepayers and an announcement  could be made aibout the position  prevailing at that time.  , The trustees are submitting in  the course of the meeting,the au-'..  dited financial report showing the  district's position at the end of  'last ' year. Only a short review  will therefore form part of this  report.  sfc       *sjc        sj�� ���  To meet the expenses of the  district for the years of 1961 and  1962 taxes had to be imposed at  ���the rate of 30c per $1,000 taxable  values. As certain savings in'connection with the plebiscite not  forseeable at the time of budgeting could be made, the district's  accounts closed with an accumulated surplus for both years of  $985 of which $825 was utilized towards the construction costs for  the new hospital.  At the request of the Hospital  Society the trustees supplied a  further $8,500 raised by bank borrowing, to meet architects' fees  and other construction expenses,  until such a time as federal and  provincial grants become available. A total of $9,325 was so advanced to the Hospital Society to  be covered by current taxation  and reducing consequently the  total of the amount to be raised  by long term borrowings.  The 1963 budget provides, for  tax levies giving the district an  income of $9,300? Of this amount  $8,500 was required to retire the  VOTER'S GUIDE  The late Mitchell Hepburn in  the early days of road-building  in Ontario was always careful  to have the mile or so of road  . leading to his farm the most  neglected of any in the county.  Likewise a certain alderman  makes it a point never to/ hay.e  the sidewalks in good repair on  the street where he lives. The  moral of this seems to be never  to vote for  an alderman if he  lives on your street.  bank loan mentioned before, th.'j  balance of $800 being needed for  interest on the bank borrowings,  general administrative expenses  and certain charges anticipated  in connection with the floatirig of  the. debenture issue?._which...can...  be met from current taxation. Ir  is anticipated that the required  tax levy will be .again between  25c and 30c per $1,000 taxable  values.  5_* Jfe 5ft  The taxable values of the district have risen by approximately 5f_ rnillion dollars from 1961.  There is an increase on the one  hand of over 9 million dollars on  residential and industrial properly values but on the other hand  a decrease of about 4 million dollars because the B.C. Hydro and  Power Authority has declared  their exclusion from hospital im-  . provement taxes.  It is with regret that the trus-'  tees have to report that during  the past year three of their number, amongst them their chairman, had to resign from the  board, two trustees because they  became disqualified by the sale  of their property within the district and one trustee because of  pressure of business. The trustees express their thanks to  Messrs. Tidball, Filgas arid John,  son for the services rendered to  the district. '..'���/  "������'.'* *.. ��� *  Because at the time of the resignations the board's policy had  been worked out, endorsed by the  ratepayers and only its implementation had to be seen to, the  filling of the vacancies was postponed with the express consent  of the comptroller of water rights  until elections would be held during the annual general meetings.  To fill the vacancy of the chair  the remaining trustees elected  Mr. J. Parker, trustee for Zone 3.  to serve as chairman until the  full board of trustees could elect  the chairman in accordance with -  the regulations of the Water Act.  The existing vacancies and re.  placement    of    trustees,    whose  term of office expires at the end  of the annual general meeting will  be filled in the course of the  meeting as announced in the published agenda.       . y  The trustees do hot wish to  .close_this report to the_ratepay-  ers without giving expression of  their sincere appreciation for the  assistance they have received  during the past year from A. K.  Sutherland, departmental solicitor, water resources service; K.  G. Wiper, administrative -assistant, BOHIS; J. O. Moore, surveyor of taxes and F. Hurley,  chief electoral officer, and a  number of- other officials of var  ious government departments,  with whom the trustees had to  deal. Without the help of the officials, which was given promptly and efficiently, wheriever called for, the trustees would have  had considerable difficulties in  coping with the various problems  they had to?face.//���/.  The trustees also bring to the  attention :?ofythe ratepayers the  close? co-operationywhich exists  between this board arid the various committees of the Hospital  Society safeguarding at all times  the ratepayers' interest to the  full in the forthcoming construction program! ���������;..  PHARMACISTS  MUST BE SURE  No prescription can be dispensed until every  precaution has been taken to be certain it is exactly as the physician specified. An error is unthinkable.  We must be careful. If there is the slightest  doubt, we contact the physician for additional  information. For, you have placed your life in  our care and we realize our responsibility to  protect it. "^ ���  Your doctor can phone us when you need a  medicine. We will constantly endeavor to keep  abreast of the expanding activities in the field  of pharmacy ��� in this era of great change. We  pledge at 'all times to be in the position to offer the finest of pharmaceutical services.  KRUSE DRUG STORES Ltd.  Rae W. Kruse  Gibsoris Sechelt  886-2023 885-2134  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists  R Hr V  Of Annual General Meetings in the four zones of Sunshine Coast Hospital Improvement District Jo. HI  to be held at the following places and dates.  ���  -  *'���   *.:  ���������,.���:*'   ��� /���", ...*'��� ��� <*  ZONE!  Tues., April 16 ��� Granthams Community Hall  ZONE 2  Thurs., April 18 ��� Gibsons Elementary School Hall  ZONES  Tues., April ,23 ��� Sechelt Elementary School Activity Room  ZONE4  Thurs., April 25���Madeira Park Elementary School Activity Room  All meetings to begin 8 p.m.  AGENDA OF MEETINGS  1.   Election of a ratepayer to serve as chairman o_ the general meeting;  Election of a ratepayer to serve as secretary of the general meeting.  2.  Report of the trustees of the undertakings of the Hospital Improvement District  in 1962:  Report of the trustees of the financial conditions of the Hospital Improvement  District in 1962.  Discussion with the Trustees of any matter relating to the undertakings or the  financial conditions of the Hospital Improvement District in 1962.  Elections of trustees to replace those whose term of office expires at the end of  the zonal general meeting or those, who have resigned1 from the board in 1962 as  follows:  ZONE 1:   none  ZONE 2:   one trustee for three years  one trustee for one year  ZONE 3:   one trustee for one year  ZONE 4:   one trustee for one year BOWLING FINAL MA* 25  A record 125,650 entry list has  led to an increase in prizes for  the Player's Bowling Festival.  Imperial Tobacco Co., sponsors  of Canada's biggest participant  sports event, announced that 10  additional holiday 'trips for two  to Jamaica will be awarded, a  total cf 60 prizes of 120 holiday  trips. Finals will be bowled  across Canada on May 25th. The  semi-finals will be completed by  MayJL.     , . . v.-.-  of ���high speed planing hulls ���  fish or work boats and pleasure craft up to |5 ft.  REPAIRS TO FIBREGLASS  OR WOODEN BOATS  Fibreglass paint & materials  <? .& maririevequipment  BOAT WORKS LTD.  ROBERTS CREEJK ��� 886-7733  items  MARG. OSBORNE, who has sung  with Don Messer and His Islanders for the past 16 years, joined  the group as the result of an ac-  . cident? When Charlie Chamber-:  lain was recuperating from a car  accident; Marig was engaged as.  his replacement; By the time  Charlie had returned, she had  proved herself so valuable that  she stayed permanently. She now  appears on CBC-TV's Monday  night show, Don Messer's Jubilee. ���'?.? ' .'?,'���*- ������; ?''#������' '*':  John Hind-Smith  Cbmmfercial andf Domestic  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone ��� 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ��� 8S8-2231  Res. 886-9949  MOFFAT F�����ces  51 Installations in nine months on  the Sunshine Coast  MORE HEAT TRAVEL THAN OTHER FURNACES  Moffat electric ranges, fridges, washers  & Cycle* Oil Ranges  MOFFAT WATER HEATERS UNCONDITIONALLY  GUARANTEED 10 YEARS ������ REPLACED FREE  NEW STYLE HOT WATER HEATING  SPECIAI.: 3 used oil furnaces,v'??^?  GAS RANGE, 200 lb; GAS TANKS $__10  No down payment���5 years to pay���Oil company of your choice  Darcy & Roger Aylen  Ph. S86-2208 H no answer Ph. 886-2133  ^S'K:**'-*.  mm  mm  THE FIRST AND ONLY  OIL IN CANADA THAT WILL DO  BOTH JOBS IN YOUR CHAINSAW  New Esso Chainsaw Twinlube was specially developed  to lubricate both the chain and the engine in your  chainsaw. No longer do you need 2 different oils to  do the job. Esso Chainsaw Twinlube keeps chainsaw  engines in top condition and provides a tough, long lasting lubricant for the chain. Field-tested and approved  -by leading chainsaw. manufacturers. Get Esso Chainsaw  Twinlube today from your Imperial Esso AgenU  NEW Esso PISTOL MATIC GREASE GUN  A high quality, one-hand  operated grease gun complete with  12" flexible extension hose.     ������  Yours now for only $Q00 Wes"0"  %        MP Grease  W        Cartridges)  DANNY WHEELER  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT ��� Ph. 886-9663  YOUR (CSSO) AGENT fS RIGHT WITH THE TIMES v~  V*-^ IMPERIAL    OIU    LIMITED  (By MADGE NEWMAN)    y  The. .Easter edition of Division.  2 school; paper, The Planet, car  ries.:three . of   the . prize-winning  Easter stories of Divisions" 3 and  5... They were written by Corinne  Paquette? grade  3;  Carol Blom- ���  gren,   grade 2 and Don Marsh, .  grade 5. Much of the prize money  was donated  to the  Junior Red  Cross fund. ������'���������_���' \ ���'.'  Mrs. Ruth Mitchell has returned home here after spending sev-.  eral weeks in West Vancouver.  Mr. and,Mrs., R. Eades have  had as their; guest, Mr. P. I$ag-:  gett,.of Vancouver. ; .' '??.���  Mr.. Stan Rowland and sons,  Brent and Craig, spent the week-?,  end in the city and attended the  wedding of Mr. Rowland's  brothery Bob, and Miss Janet  Huegay.   %  The three small children of  Mry and Mrs. B. McCue, of Williams Lake, are guests of the  M? MacKehzies while their parents fly to Toronto.  Mrs.    R.   MacKenzie  has returned home from ten  days in  ���iVancouver-where she .was a par-  tient in St. Paul's  Hospital.  Miss Wilma Deane, of Vancouver, spent a few days at the  Newman home. A former assistant of Capt. Betty Allen, she  attended guide activities at  Camp Haig on  Saturday.  Miss Rita Callaway of Burnaby  and her cousin, Miss Anna Carlson of Spokane, are visiting the  Crocker family.  Up from Vancouver for the  long  weekend  at their summer  RECI^fs  Here's an omelet that will never let you down! Whether company's coming for Sunday brunch,  or the family's sleeping late, you  will be proud. to.welcome them  to a meal planned around this  twin-layer omelet. The omelet is  sure to stay high and fluffy because the beaten eggs are combined with just enough soft bread  cfumlbs and flour to keep? them  stable! To make the meal complete, the bouffant omelet-layers  are smothered in creamy mushroom-cheese sauce,* arid served  with crisp bacon strips, hot rolls  fresh fruit and lots of hot coffee.  BOUFFANT OMELET  8 eggs, separated  ���J/4 cup of water  % teaspoon salt  dash of pepper  V4 cup flour ���'������������������:���.,���. ���.:���.:���������.  1 cup "soft'breadertiittfos  ' SAUCE:' ,   '  One (10 oz.) can condensed cream  . of mushroom soup.  y% cup milk  dash of pepper  1 cup grated cheddar cheese  1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce  METHOD: Beat egg whites until  frothy; add water and salt. Beat  until stiff but not dry. Add pepper and flour to yolks; beat until  thick and lemon-colored. Fold  yolks and soft bread crumbs into  whites. Spoon mixture into two  hot, well-oiled layer cake pans.  Bake in a moderate oven (350F)  for 15 minutes, or until firm and  lightly browned. Combine ingredients for sauce and heat until  smoothly blended and hot. To  serve: Stack omelet layers on a  platter, with sauce between layers and over top. Yield: 6 to 8  servings.  Looking for a dessert idea  that's easy on the cook and the  food budget too? Here's a pudding that fills the bill, and has  wonderful eating satisfaction besides. It's a combination of tart  apples, soft bread cubes, sugar  and spice, with a tangy cheese  topping. The flavor combination  is a popular one, and the pudding  is high in nutrition values too.  Why not try it the next time dessert is a problem. We suggest  you serve it warm, for heartwarming comments from your  family or guests!  APPLE  CHEESE BETTY  6 cups   of   Vfc-inch. soft   bread  cubes  3 cups peeled, diced apples  % cup sugar  1 teaspoon cinnamon  ���}_ cup melted butter or margarine  "1' tablespoon lemon juice  2 tablespoons water  1 cup    grated    sharp    cheddar  cheese  METHOD: Combine bread cubes,  apples, sugar and cinnamon. Add  melted butter, lemon juice and  water and mix well. Place mixture in greased baking dish. Bake .  in a moderate oven (350F) for  40 minutes. Remove from the  oven and sprinkle grated cheese  over top of pudding. Return to  oven for several minutes, until  Cheese begins to brown. Serve  warm. Yield: 6 to 8 servinge.  home are Mr.  and Mrs. B. Fellowes and family.        .������'..-. '?  The Langdale Queen apparently* is not the answer to the Sunshine Coast tourist transports'.io;*:  problem. On Thursday evenin*  one regular visitor phoned before  making the trip tp Horseshoe Bay  from Vancouver and was told to  our ten acres, and many times  about travel that night. Consequently he arose early the following morning and was, at 7  a.m. in a line-up that extended to  the Look-out, waiting to board  the ferry. He arrived at. this end  at 2 p.m.  -1   y "     ;  "  ���'All'up.and down the, beach. Eas-.  ter week end saw summer homes  opened and aired after the, winter  closure and the quiet retreats  resounded with voices* and tool*  as, the; owners made ready for  another summer season.?  Mr. -and Mrs. W. Boyte and  family of ���"=��� Glenayre,' are visiting  their parents, the J.' Gallifords  and the S. Boytes, for the vacation period. ���;'.���., '���;���*::*,  C. E. SICOTTE  .   BULIJDOZING  SERVICE  Land Clearing ���yExcayating v  and Road Building   ?  FREE  ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2357  Scout chief's visit  Fred J. Finlay, Chief Executive Commissioner, National  Headquarters, Boy Scouts of  Canada? Ottawa, will be visiting  British Columbia from April 16  to 29. Chief Finlay accompanied  by his wife, will arrive in Vancouver April 16.  He will visit Vancouver - Coast  Region on Tuesday, April 23 and  attend a dinner meeting of the  regional executive and commissioners at 6 p.m. in Scout House,  664 West Broadway. The following day he will be the guest of  Fraser Valley region and will  join in a Scouters' Campfire  that evening at Lester Pearson  High  School, New ?Westminster.  Coast News, April 18,  3  A luncheon with Vancouver -  Coast Regional executive staff  will be held at Scout House on  Thursday,   April 25 at 12 noon.  Sechelt  Beauty  Salon  Ph. 885-9525  Tues. to Sat.  HAIRSTYLING  designed  just  for you  COLDWAVING ��� COLORING  BACKHOE & LOADER  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT NYGREN - Ph. 886-2350  Use Royal Bank services to help you manage  your money; to keep chequing, borrowing and  other expenses down too. Building a nest-egg?  ... open a ?Royal.savings account. For bill-?  paying? . . .a Royal personal-chequing account. Cash 'for a car or some other heavy  expense? ?'. .la Royal1 termplan loan. For all  your banking, your local "Royal" branch is the  helpful place to go.  ROYAL BANK  Gibsons Branch: J. C. Peddie, Manager  The most dangerous  part of an automobile  ...IS THE DRIVER. Today's modem  automobiles are soundly engineered,  safe, and remarkably reliable. Modern  roads, too, are designed to present the  minimum of hazards. Driving only  becomes dangerous when fallible human beings come into the picture and,  through their human failings, cause  accidents.  In a determined effort to cut down  the nation's accident toll, the automobile insurance business has dedicated  itself to the promotion of highway  safety programs and driver training  education.  As a part of this extensive program  of safety promotion, which includes  several nation-wide projects, AH Canada Insurance Federation sponsors the  Alfred Campbell Memorial Awards,  presented annually to Junior Chambers of Commerce conducting the best  year-round safety program in their  communities throughout Canada.  ALL CANADA  INSURANCE  FEDERATION  More than 2% million Canadians give their time and effort  to serve in some voluntary capacity for our Canadian Red Cross.  ALL CANADA INSURANCE FEDERATION *  ���- on behalf of oyer 200 competing fire, automobile.and casualty insurance companies 4"'    Coast News,; April 18, 1982.  ~~WATERBORNE  LUMBER  Waterborne lumber exports  from B.C. reached a high of 1.8  billion board feet in 1962, an increase of 3 percent over the previous year's record.  GIBSONS  CHIROPRACTIC  CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  10 to 12 a.m. ��� 2 to 6 p.m.  Evening appoinimenis  CLOSED WEDNESDAY  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  886-9843  An annual sappers reunion ball  will be held for the first time  this year on Friday Aprii 2c,  starting at 8 p.m. for sappers  and ex-sappers of the Corps of  Royal Canadian Engineers. The  committee in charge would appreciate it if those interested and  not yet reached by mail would  write the chairman of the reunion committee at 1513 Forbes  Avenue, North Vancouver.  THANKS OFFERED  Mt. Elphinstone Chapter, Order  of DeMolay thank all who contributed to the success of the car  wash and bake sale. ���Special  thanks go to Bill Wright of Sunnycrest Motors and Keith Wright  of Super-Valu.  CUSTOM LAND SERVICES  ROTOVATING     -    ROTOTIU.IN6  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 ��� U per hr., for any machine $5 min;  ROY BOLDERSON  BOX 435, Porpoise Bay Rd., Sechelt, B.C.  Ph. 885-9530���Weekdays evenings only-^at;, Sun. anytime  Peninsula Plumbing,  Heating & Supplies  ?,.(Formerly Rogers Plumbing)  Priced from $95^up  2 Combination Oil & Electric  2 [Oil Ranges  2 - Elbctric Ranges ���; , y ���iXXl'  A COMPLETE PLUMBING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-9533 ��� CLOSED MONDAYS  ^iimiimiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiim^  DRIVEWAYS * =  ��� TENNIS COURTS |  ��� PARKING AREAS =  O  ROADS 1  TR 4-42115 1                  YU 7 5277, |  C*TOP LTD-1 PAVING   |  SllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilUlllllllllllllllllffi  Paving now in progress  FOR FREE ESTIMATES CONTACT  Peninsula Motor Products  SEE OUR JOB AT PENINSULA MOTORS  SECHELT ��� Ph. 885-2111  CANADIAN AND INTERNATIONAL OPERATIC STARS perform in  a two-ahd-one-quarter-hour production of Verdi's opera, Othello, on  CBC-TV's Festival series, Monday, April 22. Pictured here are Ilona  Kombrink as Desdemona and Richard Cassilly as Othello in a scene  froni the production. Miss Kombrink is a,: leading soprano with the  Canadian Opera Company arid Mr. Cassiliy is with the New York  City Centre Opera. '��� The CBC-TV production, featuring many well-  known operatic names? a chorus, of 54 voices and a full symphony  orchestra, is sponsored by the Trans-Canada Telephone System.  100 at Vimy dinner  Well .over 100 veterans and  their wives attended a dinner at  the Legiqn Hall on Saturday night  to; honor Vimy veterans.  'Through the conibmed efforts  of William Mason-of the entertain  , ment committee arid the excellent  help of the Ladies?Auxiliary, the  dinner and social evening follow,  ing proved to be-a- success.  ��� Vimy veterans at the head ta  ble were R. Clarkson, Alan Nev-  ins, A. Pilling and William Drummond who were honored with a  toast.  Master of ceremonies was Austin Craven of Soames Point and  in the course of the dinner introduced all the veterans of Vimy  Ridge to those in the hall? Following the dinner, tables were  cleared, and a social - followed  with dancing beginning at 9 p.m.  PNE seeks  i  iThe Pacific National Exhibition is looking .for a name. for  its ?new $1,040,000 livestock sliojw  j building arid will give $500 cash  to the person who comes up with  the  right one.. -'���,  The. contest started Monday  and .will officially close May 31.  Entries received -after that date  will..not be considered-.......  The new-building has already  becoriie? an architectural curiosi-  name  ty although its doors will not  officially open until the first day  of the exhibition, August 17.  The name contest is open to  all residents of B.C. Submissions  will be screened by the PNE  publicity, department. Final decision will be by a panel of  judges comprised~of PNE direci  tors and members of the fourth  estate. 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A-short "meeting Vas;held by  St;.??Mary's? Hospital Auxiliary,  Gibsons branch, April 11. Mrs.  IM. R. McKibbin thanked all who  helped with the fashion show.  Mrs. A. H. Pay was the winner  of the raffle. iSText meeting will  be held at the Anglican hall; IVTay  9 at 8 p.m.  VISITORS FROM GIBSONS  Gibsons area visitors-to British  Columbia House in San Francisco  recently included Mr.; and Mrs.  J. Hewkin of Martin Road?  SUSTAINED YIELDS  British Columbia now has a total? of 57.7 million acres of 'productive forest land under, sustain,  ed? yield regulation. They embrace 201 units with a combined  allowable annual .cut, of?8997 million cubic feet, or 67 percent of  the total provincial log scale for  1962.  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired  Drainage  Fields���'... Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  Doris Beauty Salon f  I Now Open           |  g Phone for appointment for your nfew  mm*  1 spring permanent and other  _St ^  1 hah* -requirements  1 GIBSONS.;��� Ph. 886-2672  g Doris Drummond, proprietor  tHinuiunuuii  Ni-rhi-IMIniniii Hull  -Presents   ;.  Three Plays In aid of  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  a 26  8 p.m.  Sechelt Eiementarv School Hall  -??���. W ,;-,   y.?        ���      ;     -..   ���.-.   ���. -������;-..'  ADULTS 75c -^STUDENTS 50c ��� CHILDREN 35c  AND  FORMANCE  ECONOMY  Chevron gasolines give you both. First, they're blended  for your climate, to give you faster warm-ups. They contain Methyl* ��� first new antiknock' compound since  Ethyl ��� to step up octane performance.  Second/they have Detergent-Action, the carburetor-  cieahing additive that dissolves gums and dirt deposits,  protects trie fuel system against rust. These features  cost you nothing extra.^.  *T.M. rOtt ANTIKNOCK COMPOUND  For any Standard Oil product, call  G. H. (Gerry) MacDONALD  Wilson Creek ��� 885-9332  SEE KEN'S LUCKY DOLLAR STORE FLYER  Fabulous food values this weekend  Deliveries - Phone 886-2563 .Coast-. News,.. April. 18,, 1962.  COMING <EVENTS:- *-v  April 19, L.A? to Roberts Creek  Legiori, Bazaar and Tea, 2 p?m.  ���O A.P.Q., general meeting now  April ^2 p.m?, Kinsmen Hall.  Special ��� showing of pictures, A  Visit to England.     ...  April 22:The regular meeting of  Gibsons Elementary PTA Monday, April?22, at 8 p.m? in the  School.   '??; ������'.������<  April 23, Don't forget! St.  George's Day Tea and Bake Sale  at St. Aidan's Church Hall, Roberts Creekat 2 p.m.  .April 25, The Gibsoris Garden  Club meeting is changed from  Mrs. Mullett's to Mr. Craven's  home, Thurs., 2 p.m., Illustrated  lecture; Speaker from Vancouver.  April 26, L.A. to Royal. Canadian  Legion Branch 109, Spring Tea,  Legion Hall, 2 p.m. ,*,'?"���������  April 27, Roberts  Creek Legion,.  Social 8 p.m.,  Admission $1 single, $1.50 couple? a:/-.-:������..:.    *   :c  BIRTHS?  GARRIOT ��� To Mr. and Mrs.  Bob Garriot, Gibsons, on April 15,  1963, at Vancouver General Hospital, a daughter..  WEDDINGS  Miss Diane Ashford and Mr. Da-  v.d Coull who were to be married on April 27, have postponed  their wedding due to ill health of  Mr. Coull's parent.      :  Mr. and Mrs. John H. Macleod,  of Wilson Creek, wish, to announce the engagement, of their  daughter Arlene Jane. to Mr.  John T. Robinson of Gibsons.  Wedding to take place Sat., May  11 at 7:00 p.m., at St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Gibsons.  Reception Wilson Creek Community Hall.  CARD OF THANKS  We wish to extend sincere thanks  and appreciation for the many  kindnesses and messages of understanding and floral offerings  from? our relatives, friends and  neighbors during our recent bereavement? A special thanks to  Doctors Swan, Hobson and Burt-  nick for their kindness and help  at this time. A special thtnks to  John Harvey and Rev. Parker for  their help at this time,  I Mrs. J. Sinclair,  Tommy and Helen  Mrs. Annie Dobell wishes to express her sincere appreciation for  the kindness and attention shown  to her by the nurses and doctors  of St. Mary's Hospital and for  the kind thoughts and good wish?  es of her friends and neighbors  in her recent illness.  I would like to thank my  many ���  friends for their lovely birthday  cards,   also   Easter   cards,  gifts ���  and flowers.  Thank you all  Mrs. Daisy Crowhurst.  FLORISTS  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345, Hopkins  Landing.  PERSONAL  New Seaview Lodge Rest Home,  private and semi-private accommodation. Couples accepted. 24  hour care, hospital trained supervision. Mrs. Mina Brown, Matron.  Phone HU   5-4150.  WORK WANTED  Window cleaning, office maintenance and janitorial service.  Phone 886-2455.   Custom hauling of building materials by flat deck or dump  truck. A. Simpkins, Davis Bay.  885-2132.  CUSTOM LAND SERVICE  See ad on Page 4  PETS ~~~. ~  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. Ph.  885-9303.  BOATS FOR SALE  Like new, 10 ft. runabout, Al condition, with 6 horse Mercury outboard. $200. Phone 886-7751 or  886-2390.  New 12 ft. outboard fishing boat,  $235; New 1962 3 hp. Johnson  outboard, $175. Marshall Wells  Store, Sechelt, Phone 885-2171.  _7J/_ ft. speedboat, Olds motor,  fibreglass, trailer, $650 as is. Ph.  883-2217. >  18 ft. speedboat, full cabin; 40  hp. Mercury, elec start, or will  sell motor separately. Phone 886.  9890.  SSINSHINE COAST REAL ESTAT  ,1  GIBSONS  3 bedroom ���. View home on  landscaped lot 80 x '200 feet.  Large living room with fireplace  and.wall to wall carpet. Auto-oil  furnace. Full price $9,500 Terms.  Call Lucille Holden (Res.) 886-  7758      ..l':,y  POWERPOINT  Waterfront Home ��� Fully serviced 3 bedroom bungalow. Large  living room 15 x 17 feet with fireplace and beamed ceiling? 90 feet  frontage, safe beach.. Full price  only $7,000 with easy terms? Call  Frank Lewis  (Res.)   886-9900..; X  Waterfront Lot ��� 100 feet front,  age, safe beach. Cleared for building,  water available.  Full price;  $2,700.     Call    Morton    Mackay  (Res.) 886-7783.  ROBERTS  CREEK  Four Bedroom ��� Attractive  family home on '2.8 acres-with  creek;. Living- room 13 x 35 feet;  separate dining and utility rooms.  Arborite, electric kitchen. Pembroke bathroom. ' . Full prica  $10,500 Terms.  Waterfront lot ��� 75 x 350, nicely treed and sloping to a good  beach. Perfect for summer and  retirement home. Full price  $4,500. Call Frank Lewis (Res.)  886-9900.  PENDER HARBOUR  Waterfront Lots ��� 80 x 300 feet.  Perfect year, round sheltered  moorage. Beautifully treed .with  Arbutus: and Evergreens. Fisher,  men's Paradise. Full price $3,000  each. Call Morton Mackay (Res.)  886-7783.  Call Gibsons office, day or  night, 886-9900.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GIBSONS     and    BURQUITLAM  $500 down  ��� waterfront '������  2  revenue suites, full -plumbing in .  each, stoves, close to store and  P.O. $10,000 full price.  Kay   MacKenzie,  eves.   886-2180.  Summer camp"��� furnished ���  water tap at door ��� lights. $2,500  .������'-full price?' ?'? ?- ...   ���  Acreage on North Road, 3 room  cottage, clearing, garden. $4,500  full price.  PHONE 886-2191  "A Sign of Service"  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT Ltd.  REAL ESTATE &   INSURANCE  Gibsons Sechelt  (R. F. Kennett ��� Notary Public)  3 bedrooms, West Sechelt. One  acre view property, 3 fm. rental  cabin. Modern full basement  home. $12,600 F.P.  . West Sechelt Beach lot. app. 1  -acre with summer cabin, good  water supply. $6,600 F.P., terms.  Wilson Creek, 15 acres, house  and rental cabin. River and highway frontage... $8,850   full   price.  Davis Bay view lot, 60 x 150,  trees, $1650 F.P.  Northwest Bay, view waterfront  lot. App. 1 acre.  $4,500  F.P.  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.  5 acres, approx. 2 cleared, no  water problem. $1900.  Half-'Sbre waterfront lot, some  living accommodation. Reduced  for quick sale,, $4500.  8 acres,/ partially cleared, established well. $2200 on very  easy terms.  K.   BUTLER  REALTY  & INSURANCE  Box 23,.Gibsons B.C..  ' Phone 886-2000  PENINSULA PROPERTIES  Homes - Waterfront - Acreage  Business   property  Building  contracts  Mortgages  Sub-division consultants  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE        INSURANCE  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS,   B.C. PH.  886-2481  AGGETT AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  Phone 885-2065  Charlie  King ���  885-2066 eves.  ������*.   Ed Surtees      ���  885-9303 eves.  Cabinet kitchen, large x. living  room and dining area overlooking  Howe Sound. 2 br. Full plumbing,  wired for range and dryer. Weil  insulated. Grounds to be proud  of. $3,000 could handle. Balance  on easy payments.  EWART McMYNN  REAL ESTATE &  INSURANCE  Marine   Drive,   Gibsons  Phones:   886-2166.   Res.    886-2500  FOR RENT,  2 room S.C. suite, $35 monthly, -i  Phone Gibsons 886-2411 or CA 4-.].  7304. . ..;���?������.!  , 3   room partly furnished   water- :��  front suite. Phone 886-2263. *  :   *  '��� . '.'}  Small, warm, self-contained fur-;j  nished suite on waterfront near {  Gibsons. Phone 886-9813. . $  WANTED TO RENT  Shed or garage for storing, fuc-X  niture etc. Phone  886-2455. y  PROPERTY WANTED  1 acre or more. A. Simpkins, Box  389, Sechelt, Phone 885-2132.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  ���  ; '.���'. .,'.*.  Lot  for sale. 1% acres,  1   mileM,  from Gibsons centre, $1500 cash.y  For   further   information   phone ���'  886-2397. m  3 bedroom home in Davis Bay,j:.  Semi-waterfront.   Box 669,  Coast-  News. '�����  Waterfrontage, 65 ft., 2 br. house'  good  condition, modern kitchen,,,  living room, fireplace, large sun-  room? $8,500, at this price $2,500l  will   handle.   Phone   886-2537   or  MU 1-1391.  LOT AT MADEIRA PARK   ,.�����  Commercial - corner  lot oh  Sun-J'  shine Coast Highway next to Pender  Harbour   Hotel.   1.48   acres,,;  view. Road on 3 sides of proper-^  ty.   Could  be   subdivided.   $5000,,.  terms. O. Sladey, Madeira Park.'  Phone   883-2233.  ��� : : ��� : jl  Waterfront lot in West Sechelt,,,  128 ft. frontage, water available?,'  Ideal building lot. Apply J. E?'  Parker,    Sechelt,  B.C. ^  BUILDING   MATERIALS  MISC. FOR SALE (Cont'd)  One pair of practically ? new  soccer boots,. 8*4, white and  black. Phone". 886-9814 after 6  p.m. *  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C &" S Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,   Sechelt.  KITCHEN & BATHROOM  CABINETS  Save a good deal of money with  hardwood prefinished cabinets,  fully assembled and ready to install. Modern, Provincial or Colonial styles in many beautiful  shades. We prepay shipping to  any point in B.C. and fully guarantee your satisfaction with our  cabinets. Prices from $20 lin. ft.  including base and wall cabinets.  Send sketch of your kitchen to  VERNON HOWARD LTD. 1607  Marine Dr., North Vancouver,  B.C. We'll return layout and price  immediately.  Cfourcb Servlcel  Jff Lei The People Praise Thee, O God  rpir  "k-'i**. i ' ?  JOHN DE KLEER  BUILDING ��� CONTRACTING  Wilson Creek, B.C.  PHONE 885-2050      .  HUBER. ROAD 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  MISC. FOR  SALfc j;  After 2 years, I find I have 21%  more cavities in my bank ac*  count but I do have 100% more:  first class merchandise to sell youi  Earl's, 886-9600   J . : -i. ���  G.M.  Frigidaire, good condition^  $68. Phone 886-7771.  With oysters, you may forget.the...  old *ale about months without **R��.  Enjoy them the year around ;.as;���*  produced from registered beds by  certified growers. Oyster Bay Qy-���  ster Co., R. Bremer, Pender Harbour. .'Xi-y.  _I" Motorola console TV, recenti  ly reconditioned. Phone 885-2293?  White    porcelain    enamelled , _������  burner rangette with  oven  control and timer. In perfect condi-^  t;on Reasonable. Phone 8886-2410.1  Enterprise oil stove, like new? B.  Duval, Selma Park. y_   : ; jT-  Used goods ��� 2 used refrigera-:|  tors;  2 used televisions;  1 used'"  washing machine. All in working  order. See them at Marshall Wells  Store.   Sechelt. Ph.   885-2171.  Piano  and  refrigerator,   reasonable? Phone  886-2455.  Singer : electric sewing machint.,  like new, with special head. Beautiful cabinet, ideal for dressmaker. Cost $400. Bargain at $100.  Phone 886-2559 after 6 p.m.  Wholesale plumbing supplies at  15% over cost, plus labor when  necessary.! Free estimates. Phone  write or call Ray Newman, R.R.  1, Gibsons. Ph. 886-9678.  WANTED ?  ' ..,_'..   . : ?   .."?-r~T"  Hunfing* rifles in 'ioba I condition.  Box?667, Coast News*., ? y  Private timber, large or small  acreage, or private lots? Will pay  highest stumpage. Apply Box 656,  Coast News.  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950..  ANNOUNCEMENTS     ~"~  SEWING MACHINE  TROUBLE?  Phone the  Repair Man  886-2434  Bicycle   Clearance Sale:  Standard     $46.50;  Sidewalk      $42.50  XLKO  ��� Davidson Marine   bat-:  taries,  wholesale and  retail.  Walt Nygren Sales Ltd.  Gibsons,   Phone  886-9303    .  FOR SALE CHEAP  USED WINDOWS  3 46x55"   9   panes  2 34x55"  6 panes  2 17x44" side windows  1 34x55" 2 panes  1 SOxSS1/." 2 panes  2 36x67" 2 panes 1���  USED DOORS  1 36x83% " French style .    ���������  1 31V_x78*/_" Panel style  Quantity used quarter-round,  various  lengths  Phone 886-2622  OUTBOARD  40 hp. Mercury, electric start,  control cable and gas tank. Al  condition. Phone 886-9890.  MUSHROOM MANURE  Weedless, odorless, easy to handle, general purpose humus fertilizer, ideal for lawn dressing or  base, large and small fruits, vegetables and flowers. Ph.  886-9813.  For exterior and interior painting, with top quality paints, plus  workmanship, ph. 883-2382. Free  estimate.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  'Lucky   Number  April 13 ��� 31624, Pink  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop.  ..evenings  Phone 885-9778  for   appointment.  YOUR S.P.C.A. IS AS NEAR  AS YOUR PHONE  Gibsons 886-9394'  "AUTOMATIC LAWNMOWER  SHARPENING  Lawnmowers  and  other   garden  tools. Leave at Benner Bros store  Sechelt.  Ervin Benner,  885-2292  ROBERTS CREEK  CREDIT UNION  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9551  Serving Gibsons through to  Halfmoon Bay  Membership enquiries welcome   ; : s : ������  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY  &  DRY   CLEANING  FUR   STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or    in   Roberts   Creek.   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  WATER   SURVEY   SERVICES  HYDROPURE   water    sterilizer  water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and stump blasting. R.R. 1. Sechelt.   Phone  885-9510.  Small upright grand piano, good  tone,  ideal for   beginner.  Phone  886-2149.  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone 886  2179   or   write    Box   588,   Coast  News.   Tree falling, topping or removing lower limbs for view. Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pendor Harbour. Phone  886-9946. Marven Volen.  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  7:45 a.m., Holy Communion  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m.,  Sunday School  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11 a.m.,   Sunday   School  3 p.m., Evensong  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  11 a.m., Sunday School  7:30'p.m., Evensong  Community Church, Port Mellon  9:30 a.m., Holy Communion  UNITED  Gibsons  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m., Sunday School  11 a.m., Divine Service  Roberts Creek  2 p.m.,  Divine Service  Wilson Creek  11 a.m., Sunday School  3:30 p.m., Afternoon Service  ANNOUNCEMENTS (Cont'd)  Eor guaranteed watch and  jewelry repairs, see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  Watch Repairs  & JEWELRY  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  .Ph.  886-2116,  GIBSONS  TIMBER CRUISING  K.   M. _Bell,. .1975  Pendrell  St.,  Vancouver 5, Ph. 685-6863.  ,      RAY  NEWMAN PLUMBING  & HEATING  Phone 886-9678  WATER PUMPS        y  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stone-  ,. work���Alterations! and repairs  Phone 886-7734  DAVID NYSTROM        ~~  Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperhahging. Phone Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  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 old growth fir, $14  DRUMHELLER HARD COAL  $32 ton, $17 y2 ton, $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per box  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  We deliver anywhere   on the  Peninsula. For prices phone  886-9902  RADIO,   TV, HI-FI  Guaranteed TV and Hi-Fi repairs  Phone any time,  886-9G09.  CARS,  TRUCKS FOR SALE  4 yard gravel truck, tandem,  front wheel drive, good tires,  ready to work. Can be seen at  Jackson Bros. Logging Co. Ltd.,  Wilson Creek. Phone 885-9521.  M  ��� ���  WANT TO BE A  HAPPIER DRIVER?   BUY A NEW CAn NOW  "WITH A LOW-COST LIFE-INSURED  XX   XXX  XXXX XXXX X   XXX)  X      X      $      XX.  BAFUST  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.  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church Service 9:15 a.m  1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays  Anglican Service 7:30 p.m.  1st Sunday of each month  Anglican  Communion   9:30   a.m  3rd Sunday of each month  ST., VINCENT'S  Holy Famiiyy Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Most Pure>Heart of Mary,  Gibson"?,' ip:30 a.m.  CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS  Church, Services  and Sunday School  each/Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek United Church  Radio Program: The Bible  Speaks to Y_u, over CJOR, 600,  1:30 p.m. every   Sunday  PENTECOSTAL  Gibsons  11 a.m., Devotional  10 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Tues., 7:30 p.m., Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m., Young People  v 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  WANT AD RATES  Phohe 886-2622  Condensed style 15 words 55  cents; 3 cents word oyer 15.  minimum 55 cents. Figures in  groups of five or less, initials,  etc., count, as one word. Additional insertions at half rate.  Minimum-:30c..     ..  Cards of. Thanks, Engagements, In Memdriams, Deaths  and Births up to 40 words $1  per insertion, 3c per word over  40.  Box numbers 25c extra.  Tuesday 5 p.m. deadline for  classified advertisements.  Legals ��� 17 cents per count  line for first insertion then 13c  per count'line for consecutive  insertions. i?,-:  CLASSIFIED DISPLAY  All advertising deviating  from regular classified style  becomes classified display and  is charged by the measured  agate line at 10c per line,  minimum of 14 agate lines.  Cash with order. A 25c  charge is made -when billed.  "T 9499   WatokoU   \  \ FOR TEEN FASHION MODEL  doll    sizeim"  *x8 S     2   \  xxx xxx xxx>  x xxx>  XX     \  (XXX   X  x x       *xx*  <xxx X  t XXXX X  X"X   XX  5xxx XX  XX  LOAN     .  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  1054 Hillman Minx, good condition, radio and heater. What offers? ���*-'-'>---- SStf "'"  Look ��� 8 exciting, glamorous  fashions' for a teen fashion model doll, and each one especially  designed to please a little girl.  Be thrifty ��� use scraps of fabrics.  Printed Pattern 9499: For 11%.  inch teen-age fashion model doll.  FIFTY CENTS (50c) in coins  (no stamps, please) for this pattern. Print plainly SIZE. NAME,  ADHRESS and STYLE NUMBER.  Send order to MARIAN MARTIN, care of the Coast News,  Pattern Dept., GO Front St. West,  Toronto. Ont.   ,  FRT^F, OFFER! Coupon in  Sprin" Pnttnrn Catalog for one  patte'*" 're"���any one von choose  from "^ 'les'qn idea?   Send 50c  now  '"*   ^"t;��?og. Fire is a killer. According to  the Canadian Government's publication "Canada's Forests*. 1961"  the average annual acreage of  productive forest land burned  ever in the 10-year' period 1943:  1958 was 1,152,000 acres.  ^?:?Kfb#0_FS>';  1S repair service  TAR  & GRAVEL  also  DUROID ROOFING  RE-ROOFING  and REPAIRS  GIBSONS  ROOFING  Ph. 886-9880  Presenfafion  at tmMi tea  Mrs. Harold Temple was guest  of honor at a tea hour Wednesday, April 10 when 18 of her  friends and neighbors gathered  in the Selma Park Community  Centre to present her with a  handbag as a farewell gift.  Mrs. Temple has lived in Selma  Park for 17 years and now plans  to make her home in New Westminster. A card of good wishes  was signed by Mesdames G. Batchelor, R. Mitchell, F..D. Kydd,  M. Livesay, J. Head, N. Kennedy..  W. Waddell, L. Fraser, C. Foster,  E. P. Biggs, B. Duval, M. Clark,  R*. Thompson, E. Lopatecki, C-  Barcley, Curtis and A. Rogers.  HERE'S A WONDERFUL IDEA!  '���\*_..  PLAN  NO.  1072.  AREA  -  1072   SQ. FT..  THE   BUILDING   CENTRE   CB.C;   LTD.,  PLAN SERVICE,     VANCOUVER.      B.C.  .44'-O'  NO  SEA SERPENT,  HE  Zoologists frequently have to  disillusion eager amateurs reporting sea serpent skeltons* oh.  Pacific Coast beaches. In ��� the  main these turn out to be the  remains of basking sharks. This  huge? clumsy denizen- of our  northern waters, called also elephant shark and bone shark, is  the most massive of all fishes,  attaining a length of 36 feet with  weight to match. It is a dull arid  sluggish animal but a blow from  its tail can demolish a whale-  boat.  6       Coast News, April 18v  MICKEY COE  Bus. AM. 6-7111  Res. BR.   7-6497  Brown Brothers Motors  41st & Granville  Vancouver: 13, B.C.  TOWING SERVICE  Peninsula Motors  ;*'??  ;;-'<Ltd.:r;?.  Phone  DAYS - 885-2111  , ;NITES ��� 885-2155 ,  YqU?(l find goqcf RESTAURANTS  igatore jit tH-e YEU^ f��A6^  of ypur Telephone Directory  SENIOR "B"  PeniDsula Hotel Softball Team  :yDINKER;M^  Saturday; April20 at Peninsula Hotel  .?..������'".'NEW?PLAYERS WELCOMED''?  Phohe Jim Drummond 886-7T51  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT LTD.  NOTICE  Due to changes in the time schedule of British Columbia Toll  Authority Ferry System, a new time schedule, effective May  17, 1963, is being filed with the Public Utilities Commission of  British Columbia.  Copies of the proposed time schedule will be on file at the  main office of the Company at Sechelt, the terminal depot at  Vancouver, Powell River and the Express Office at Gibsons,  B.C.  This application is subject to the consent of the Public Utilities  Commission and any" objections to?same;may be filed ^with-the  Superintendent of Motor Carriers, Public Utilities Commission,  Vancouver, B.C. on or before May 7th 1963.  Plan No. 1072 (copyright No. 117093)  Here is a house that has been designed specifically for the lot  with the view to the rear ��� BUT why not turn your city lot into a  park-like 'vista,? opening your living room to the back where you can  enjoy the results of your labor in the garden?  If you cannot enjoy' the vast expanse of river and mountain, or  sea, you can enjoy the beauty of yoyr own landscaped garden in this  charming house The living room faees the rear, which is of course  why we make these suggestions. The kitchen-dinette is at the front,  where mother can watch the world go by, as she prepares meals  and looks after the children.  The luxury size master bedroom is at the back of the house  with a commodious.walk-in closet as a special feature. Two smaller  bedrooms and nicely appointed bathroom complete the layout.  Dress up the front of the house by using one of the new modernistic panel doors ��� consult your hardware dealer for the latest  style in door hardware. The 'wide overhang of the roof protects you  from the weather. Stucco and wainey siding finishes the exterior of  this smartly contemporary home. The artist here suggests a flagstone walk to add to the charm of the outside appearance?  Working drawings, designed to N.H.A. specifications,, are available from the Building Centre Design Dept., 116 E. Broadway, Vancouver 10. To obtain a copy of our free booklet, Select Home* Designs  mail 50c in coin to cover cost of niailing and handling.  SECHELT THEATRE  Fri., Sat., Moil. April ,191,^20 i& 22  LAURENCE HARVEY        SIMONE SIGNORET  ;v: ROOM?;iT'::T|IE TOP  ":'(ADULT) " '  Starts at 8 p.m., out at 10 p.m.  Wednesday, April 24  OPERETTA NIGHT  NELSON EDDY RISE STEVENS  The Chocolate Soldier  Starts at 8 p.m., out at 10 p.m.  All Seats $1 .  II  .   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  ; *^m^aa*  M & B to work  Squamish area  About 45 men will be employed  in the Squamish area this year  as MacMillan, Bloedel and  Powell River Limited makes preparations to begin logging in the  region in 1964.  The 1963 construction program  calls for...the. completion of 16  miles of road, the dredging*and  installation of a dump and booming ground, and the building of  a new shop and office adjacent  to the booming ground, said  John Hemmingsen, vice-president and general manager of the  company's logging group,  A start may be made on logging this year, but major logging operations will begin in  1964. This year's construction  program involves the building of  a main road into the Mamquam  River Valley, and a branch road  into the Raffuse Creek area. This  creek is known locally as "Goat  Creek."  M.B. and P.R. is moving some  $250,000 worth of equipment ���  shovels, bulldozers, trucks, etc.  ��� in for the work. Another $500,-  000 investment will be required  for actual logging equipment,  Mr. Hemmingsen said logging  such as yarders and loaders,  operations will begin as early  next year as weather permits,  probably about March 1.  VV / -n..-���'���(���-' ��   v_.J*..*".?':* >._*.  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  Doors Open 1 p.m.  - Meeting 2 p.m.  You may RENEW your membership at the hall  Chimneys and furnaces should  be cleaned thoroughly.  relaxing's as simple as  THE  CARLING  U9372  BREWERIES (B.CHTD.  Jfols advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. Coast News, April 18,  WANT ADS ARE  REAL SALESMEN  MEETINGS  ,'.    oi        .Ia, ,  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  Congregation Bible Study  Gibsons, Sechelt, West Sechelt.  and Madeira Park, Tues, 8 p.m.  Ministry School  Kingdom Ball,' Fri.  1:30 p.m.  Service Meeting  Kingdom Hall,  Fri.   8:30 pjaa.  Public Talk  Kingdom Hall, Sun. 3 p.m.  Watchtower Study  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 4 p.m.  The Kingdom Hall is at  Selma Park  No Collections  SPARKS  by Willis Forbes  r/^^iW  It's hard, to get to  ^--'.'^W'  the top when .you  ?i y^jyM  have to start ot  fSmWmTw  the' bottom and  JmWVr  yet. keep on the  w  level.  FULLER BRUSH  Phone 885-20^7, Sechelt.  Write C. R. Gregory  Sechelt Inn, Sechelt  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tenders,   marked   "painting," will be received on or before  5 p.m. on Friday, May 3, 1963 for painting, as follows:  Classrooms��� Elphinstone Secondary School.  Classrooms��� Main Building, Gibsons Landing Elementary  School.  Classrooms ��� Annex No. 1, Gibsons Landing Elementary  School.,y  Specifications   may: be obtained at the School Board Office,  Gibsons? B.C. ���    X*-'-'  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  The Board of School Trustees,  School District No. 46, Sechelt.  adges  Gibsons Guide company and  Roberts Creek Guides and Brownies held a joint badge presentation and enrolment ceremony at  Earl Haig camp Saturday afternoon.  Five Guides of the Gibsons company were enrolled, Karen Johnson, Donna Lee, Marilyn Macey,  Linda Price and Sharon Weston.  Two Roberts Creek Brownies received their Golden Bar awards  lu from Mrs. Thomas, district com.  missioner, Dena Blatchford and,  Ingrid Blomgren.  Mrs. Thomas also presented  four 2nd class- and 30 proficiency  badges to the Roberts Creek  Guide company including a Little  House emblem for which a Guide  must pass the six homecraft'  badges and two Woodcraft Emblems which need four put of the  seven outdoor badges.  Badges were awarded to: Deb?  orah Dockar, 2nd class, minstrel-  Sharon Dodd, toymaker,. wood-*  man; Patty Gust,, cook, laundress  toymaker, friend to the deaf;'  Wendy Inglis, woodman; Merilee  Olson, Little House emblem;;  Commonwealth, needlewoman:  woodman; Lorna Sneddon, woodman; Trudy Swanson, 2nd class;?  Linda Thomas, 2nd class, friend  to the deaf.  Pat Thomas, woodcraft em;  bleiri, industrial^ stitchery, astronomer, friend to the deaf; Fran-.  ces Volen, 2nd class, swimmei:'  Brenda Weinhandl,-hostess, wood*  man; Frances West, woodcraft  emblem, child nurse, astronomer,,  hiker, friend to the   deaf;    arid  Nicki Wray,   homemaker,   woodman, friend to the deaf.  The Roberts Creek Guides pre.  sented the Brownies with ' two  tables which Mr. Allen had made  for them and which were gratefully accepted, the Brownies  showing their appreciation with  a grand howl.  Mrs. Cumming presented  cheques to the Guides and Brownies- on behalf of the Roberts Cr-eek  bingo refreshment committee.  Confessing to haying been a  Brown Owl. herself, Mrs?. Cum-  Diing had written a poem for the  Guides and Brownies. Mrs. Allen  and Mrs. Macklam expressed  their thanks to (the refreshment  committee. A camp fire singsong  brought the ceremonies to a close  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  Dealers for PM  Cahadieri,  Mc-  Culloch and Homelite Chain Saws  A Complete Stock of Machines  and Parts for Maintenance  and Repairs;!  y   Telephone 885-9521    j ? ?  STOCKWELL & SONS  ?   -LTO. ���'.*,��� .���.���*..,  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe   arid   front  end   loader work.   Screened  cement gravel, fill-and road gravel.  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'a Radio -r?TV  Fine Home  Furnishings  -  Major Appliances  Record Bar  Phone 885-9777  L: GORDON BRYANT  ?   NOTARY PUBfcIC  ���;-:;...-..-at.-���  Jay-Bee.Furniture and  Appliance Store -.  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  .Agents  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 WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  ;    Arches? Jacks, Puihps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  Concrete Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  sheridan tv ' ���,  radio - Appliances  sewing machine i  SALES AND SERVICE      -J  Ph. ,885-2058 ��� Res. 885-9534 ')  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR   Vv  and NOTARY PUBLIC  :'   ������ ���//" ' ���' ���  ���    ,r '  P. Collison Barker       ?'\?'  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza  Gibsoris, B.C. '  Every Friday   or by        )  Appointment  . Phone 886-2481 *''  Evenings, 886-7729  CNIB names  essay winners  Winners in The Canadian National Institute for the Blind Prevention of Blindness Essay cori-  test Eyes for ���;��� Tomorrow, for  Grade 10 students in the province have been announced.  First prize of $50 goes to Judy  Bing, 733 West 17th: Avenue, Vancouver, a student at Sir .Winston  Churchill  secondary   school.. Second prize, $25, was won by Mar-  jorie Murray, a pupil at George  Bonner  school,   Mill I Bay, B.C.,  and third prize  of $10  goes to  Alice Brown, 20 Owens Avenue,  New  Westminster,   who   attends  Lester Pearson secondary ^school.  The  winners   were judged by  Dr. W. A. Plenderleith, co-ordi-  nator of. special services, department   of  education,   Dr.   C.  E.  Davies, ophthalmologist, Mr.  F.  M. Wallace, inspector of secondary- ��� schools',    Vancouver,   /.and  Brother W. H. Barnes, for Rev.  Father F. A. Clinton, superintendent of  Catholic   schools,   from  150 winning essays received from  30 local districts throughout the  province.' '���.-  The contest is sponsored annually by the B.C. Division,  CNIB as. part of its sight education program to stimulate ' an  awjareness of the value of sight  and how. it can, best be protected. The Sunshine Coast branch  of the CNIB, under chairriian-  ship .of ��� Mr. E.N. Henniker. of  Gibsons submitted the three best  essays from a total of 14 entries  from: students in the, local Jiigh  schools; The local committee. of  judges considered these entries  of high standard and a credit to  the schools concerned.  Scouters are  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 88(3-2422  NORM BURTON  Your Odd-Job Man  Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid, etc.  Res., Pratt,Rd/,   Gibsons  Phone 886-2048 ;  See us for all your knitting requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool; ?   ?  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  . /Phone 886-9353  .   xy.-i.Cy* s sales?   ������'*���������..?���.-  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  ���      PROPANE  Also Oil Installation '*'  Free estimates  Furniture  Phone  885-9713  1 & S TRANSPORT  ?'���-������'     LTD;  Phone 886-2172    ...  Daily Freight Serviqe to  ������';, '",-'��� Vancouver  Local & long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery  service  * Lowbed hauling  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties   v  Canada Permanent Mortgage  Corp. *' ���"  apply  Charles English, Ltd.  representative    ,  Gibsons ^   886-2481  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves' .  to clean your watch        "  and jewelry  ..?.���'  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders ?  Given Prompt Attention    *  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151?  ��� '������������'* ' . ' i  BACKHOE and LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCtf DRILL ���  DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEt  ROAD FILL arid TOPSOlt  W.  KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826 ,  OPTOMETRIST    r  ROY SCOTT  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  FLOOR TILE'  PLASTIC WALL TILE  Quality paint by Bapco  Plywood cuttings in Stock  SECHELT BLDG. SUPPLIES  Phone 885-9600  COMMERCIAL   & DOMESTIC  v..'*.:'5':.*'(?;.-]tEFRI6ERATION.'  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  ?   John Hind-Smith .���*.*���  Phone 886-9949  scows   ~? Loqs 7  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  >    v,;y Phone, 8185-4425  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILERr PARK  1 rnile westof Gilisons on Hiway.  Roomy Parking, Pterity of Water  y Large recreation area  v Bus passes park site *  .���11:X'���"��'    Phone 88^-98?6 ,  MOVING & STORAGE  REID'S  WORLD WIDE MOVING     '..  Long distance' moving anywhere  in B.C., Canada & U.S.A.  A Complete Service  886-2192 MU 3-1393  Gibsons; Vancouver  992 Powell St.  COLES IRON WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  RAILINGS & POSTS  Fire screens  & accessories  ���Custom Furniture,  Patios  Fibreglass awnings  Phone 886-9842  Open evenings and weekends  ?; The monthly meeting of the  Sechelt Peninsula Boy Scout As-,  sociajtibn was.held, iri the shome  of Edward ?��Surtees, Halfmoon  Bay, Thursday evening; April 4.  The association's president, Mr.  J. H. Macleod announced that  George Flay, Scoutmaster of the  First Wilson Creek- Boy Scout  Troop had received a certificate  showing proficiency iri "Scout  training methods. Mr_ Macleod  also announced the appointment  of; Clifford Thorold as. chairman  of the hfealth arid public safety  committee. The meeting?was'also,  ���informed" that Mrs. Gladys Ritchie and Mrs.* Sylvia ��� MacNutt,  have been appointed cubmaster  and assistant cubmaster respect,  ively of the First Wilson Creek  Cub Pack;  May 24 to 26, the Durabar-Point  Grey Scout Association is holding  a Camporee at CampByng and  local Scouts have beeri invited to  attend. There is also a group committee training course at Earl  Haig camp, in Roberts Creek on  April 28. All, groufr committee  members as well as other adults  interested in becoming active in  the ..Boy Scout movement are invited to attend this course.  < t. ;' ?      ���*.������*,      *   .      '; -    ���������  i������<������.���_���_--��---~fi�������-���p^dpi���J~p��*  RICHARD F. KENNETi1  ?��� ?   nom ���  ^-������^���'AGENT-'i-'^y.  FIRE, AUTO & GENERAL  INSURANCE;.,.,       V.-.  Phone 886-2191  H. B. Gordon<& Kennett "''  'IJn_lted>4 V 1  Gibsons Box 19  "A Sign of Service"  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHELT  Phone 885-2062   <������(������  D.J. ROY, IP. Ensr. B.C.L.S-  'LAND-SURVEYING  -SURVEYS ���"*���'?  *    '^Pi-O^ ?B6x 37,  Gibsbris        ;  ���     1334 West Pender St.;  Vancouver, 5 Ph. MU 4-3611  -Hotoe rand j Industrial Wiring;.;,;*  :   jf "<   Electncal Heating  'Radios, Appliances,   TV Service  Hoover Vacuum Cleaners,,  ���"-*. Gibsons Electric?  '���/   ���!/��� ^Authorized GE Dealer        '"  y  '     ;y   Phone 886-9325    Peninsula���' Cleaners '  ..Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 836-2200   CUSTOM LAND SERVICE  <, . See ad on Page 4  ��� -��� ��� ilip>__________E8_v  ^k_^V:^^^______________________H___kx  ���::' *wP________BeBHL  ' ���   1K&_H^^B_^__'3.:'._K'.  n  ____^______ii^___  \t  BEST QUALITY DRESS  /AND WORK SHOES  ���Marine' Men's  Wear  LTD.  . Ph. 88  G-2116 ��� Gibson  s  GOLDEN RAIN  Speeding up nature's production of saw-log size trees on Vancouver Island by. some 20 years  is the aim of a fertilizing experiment to be initiated this  summer on E & N forest lands.  Believed to be the largest project of its kind in North America,  the experiment will involve the  use of helicopters to drop 55 tons  of urea nitrate in pellet form ori  450 acres of trees at Nanairiid,  Cowichan Lake and Alberni The  trees are now from 15 to 50 years  old and it is hoped the new treatment will bring them to merchantable size by age 70 as compared with the average 90 years  now required to reach maturity.  -al  Complete stock of  FISHING TACKLE  * Commercial & Sports  HARDWARE ��� DRY GOODS  BAPCO PAINT  Interior & Marine  Ph. 883-2415  MICKEY COE  Meiriber   '  Professional Salesmen's  .   Club  Falcon  Fairlane. ,  Galaxie ?  ,  Trucks -.-  Thunderbird  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bus. Telephone Res.  AM 6-7111    BR 7-6497  .....                                "������:;���..���,.��� '���'���.-. -.y-        ���  ���������..������   ��� ���: ���   .. ���/   *   ".*���  For all your Heating needs call  TINGLEY'S HI-HEAT  SALES & SERVICE  Expert service on all repairs to oil stoves,  heaters arid furnaces  New installations of warm air or hot water heating,  tailored to your needs  Your choice of financing plans  P.O: BbX 417                                        Phone: 8S5-9636  SECHELT, B.C.                                                      or 885^9332  J  Steht Reserved to limit quantities.  Prices subject to change without notice.  SPECIAL  INTRODUCTORY  OFFER...  ;  NEWt.:  SUPER  PLWAMUNS  DROPS  For infants and children. 10  vitamins. 30 cc. Regular $2.75  2 for $2.76  REXALL MI 31  SOLUTION  Antiseptic mouth  wash and gargle.  16 ounces.  Re&98-.2for99*^  8oz.  Reg. 69^ 2 for 70^  REXALL  HYDROGEN  PEROXIDE  SOLUTION U.S.P.  Keep a bottle in the  medicine chestforfirst  aid needs. 10 Vol. 4 oz.  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(24x 20), Reg. $1.55 Only $1.09  ��� MILADY NOTES  24 stylish notes with matching envelopes in white or colours,  r    Regular 75-i...... 2 for 760  ��� REXALL MINERAL OIL  - . (HtwyAmerfcan). NonWrritating,  tasteless, odourless lubricant and  laxative. 16 oz. Reg. 89-i. .2/900  Q REXALL SEAMLESS NYLON  SUPPORT STOCKIN6S  Sheer ihtch "�����nlm" ��r "fuB-  .'  fj>hlew<l,wHhseanw.Rtie beige.  In small, medium, large and extra  large,Regular$4.95 pair. ,   -.;,,.  2pairsfbr$4.t6  ��� NEW! WRAPAROUND  SUNOLASSES  Men's or ladies' latest European  style sports goggle with green or  grey plexiglass lenses. Regular  value $2.98 pair.... .2 for $2.99  ��� CARA NOME GOLDEN  FURE LIPSTICKS  In luscious new colours for Spring.  Reg. $1.50.... 2 for $1.51  ��� POWDER PUFFS  Adrienne. Assorted shapes and  styles. Reg. 29�����......2 for 300  ��� REXAU PRO-CAP  ADHESIVE TAPE  Waterproof tape.        ^        w,  ���V_"x 10yds. Reg. 59^..2 for 600  - V4/'x5yds.Reg.39f5...2for4O0  ��� ADRIENNE CREAM  DEODORANT  Effective anti-perspirant deodorant. Non-greasy. 1 ounce.  Regular 69j5....?:;... 2 foi* 7i0^'  2 ounce. Regular 98*4. .2 for 990  ��� REXALL A-SA-REX  TABLETS  . Quickly relieve headache pain, cold  symptoms. .*.:������  5 gr. 100's. Reg 69*.. .2 for 700  5 gr. 200's. Reg. $1.29. 2/$1.30  ��� TERRY FACE CLOTH  12" x 12" Heavy weight In assorted  colours. Reg. 35*......2 for 360  D REXALL GLYCERIN  SUPPOSITORIES  Adults or children, 12'$. Regular  59*.       2for6O0  ��� REXALL MILK OF  MAGNESIA  (Plain) Pleasant tasting laxative.  20 oz, Reg. 75*...... 2 for 760  VITAMINS AND TONICS  a REXALL   GER-RITE   LIQUID.   24  ounces. Reg. $5.98.. .2 for $5,199  ��� COD LIVER OIL. 8 ounces. Reg.  $1.19 2for$1.20  16 oz. Reg. $1.89 2 for $1.90  a REXALL COD LIVER OIL. Fortified  10A and D. 4 ounce. Regular  $1.00  .2 for $1.01  a REXALL COD LIVER COMPOUND  TABLETS. 100's. Regular $1.75          2 for $1.76  ��� REXALL MULTIPLE VITAMIN TABLETS. 50's. Reg. $2.29 2 for $2.30  100's. Reg. $3.98 2 for $3.99  250'3. Reg. $7.98 2 for $7.99  THESE ARE ONLY A  FEW OF THE fiJANY  SPRING U SALE  SAVINGS  Rexa/l  i stow r  f - *���������".   -  Kruse Drug Stores Ltd  ��� .'* - -   '���  ,    \';  ;-. ;.''"���;���'Rae W.  Kruse  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2023 885-2134  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists iame legislation sought     BOWLING  ��� The great need for legislation  to give legal recognition to wildlife will be * discussed at the 6th  Annual Convention of. the B.C.  Federation of Fish and Game  clubs to be held in Legion Hall,  Vernon, May 2, 3   and 4.  Delegates from the more than  170 organizations which make up  the federation will discuss the  problems of fish and game and  will have as speakers administrators from other parts of Canada.  Dr. C. H. D. Clarke, director  of fish and wildlife of Ontario,  the banquet speaker, will speak  on Wildlife and People, a discussion of the Canadian philosophy in respect to this country's  wildlife stocks.  The convention will be turned  into a workshop on Friday after,  noon when delegates will join a  Shoes discussed  A dozen members at the regular meeting April 3 of the Sechelt  Girl Guide association in the  home of Mrs. J. H. Macleod, Wilson Creek discussed types of  shoes suggested for wear with  Guide * and Brownie uniforms.  The Guide law also came in for  discussion with suggestions some  of its rigidity be removed.  Three Brownies will receive  their Golden Bar and three more  will receive the Golden Hand on  April 24. Final plans were made  ���for the Girl Guide and Brownie  lea May 6 at St. Hilda's Parish  Hall in Sechelt.  panel of experts to discuss the  need of a wildlife act so fish and  game can be given legal recognition wherever they exist. At  present, fish and wildlife are not  recognized as users of water and  land in Canada, and in only iso-  ksted states of the U.S.A.  Problems of access to Crown  lands in British Columbia will be  an important item on this year's  agenda. Annual banquet will be  held on Friday evening, May 3,  and the public is invited to attend. All meetings are open, and  further details may be obtained  from the B.C. Federation of Fish  and Game Clubs office, 229-470  Granville St., Vancouver 2.  NEW BOOKS  AT LIBRARY  GIBSONS  Fiction:  Sergeant Cluff Goes Fishing by  Gil North. '*..  Black     Mischief    by    Evelyn  Waugh.  Non-Fiction  Northwoods    Doctor   by    Bill  Trent.  Asia is People by Peggy Warner.  The   Seed  and  The  Sower by  Laurens Van der Post.  Ma-Kee by, David V. Reddick.  Elvin's Rides by Harold Elvin:  Hong Kong by Gene Gleason.  Winter in Nepal by John Morris.  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEY  (By ORV MOSCRIP)  In the Ten Pin playoffs Depot  Taxi, defending champions, came  from behind in the fourth game  to nose out Grayhounds 3339 to  3333 ��� a close one.  League Scores:  Ladies: Jean Robinson 647  (276), Harriet Duffy 268, Alice  Billingsley 252, Lola Caldwell 273,  Greta Jorgensen 260.  .Commercial: Linda Carter 703  (266), Dick Clayton 690, Andy Les  lie 275, Dorothy Smith 283, Fred  Ritter 356, Jack Wilson 304, Bev  Robinson 252.  Ladies Spring League: Jean  EJdred 713 (261). j  TEN PINS  Wednesday: Frank Jorgensen  517 (234), Pete Jackson 513 (200).  Rudy Crucil 609 (215), Errol  Flumerfelt 203.  Joke of the Week  "-j___l_*  SHOWROOM]  E&M BOWLADROME   f  (By ED CONNOR)  Moonbeams of Ball & Chain  league rolled team high three of  3253 and Strikers of Mens league  team high single, of 1153 this  week.        ���".':..'.  League scores:  Dieter's TV & HI-FI Service  FAIR, RELIABLE SERVICE TO ALL TV SETS/TAPE  RECORDERS, RECORD PLAYERS, TRANSISTORS AND  CAR RADIOS, BY B.C. GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED  TECHNICIAN #ITH 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN ELECTRONICS:  Service calls between Wilson Creek and Port Mellon  SAVE MONEY - BRING YOUR SET IN  OPEN 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ��� FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  ?-.'X; 'm^l ������ *��� Phone 886~0384 -^GIBSONS   :  ���U:.l   ���:������  S.C.L.: Newman Plumbing 2899  (1024). J. Panasuk 633  (241),' R. ',  Newman 772 (343, 248), M. Carmichael   626,   V.   Metcalfe    633 .  (243), V. Swinney 253, C. Christianson .247.  Gibsons B: Esso. 2600, Dead-  beats 985. J. Lowden 617 (280),  C. Nygren 280, A. Holden 642  (286), E. Yablonski 624, !M. Connor 650 (241), B. Swanson 312.  Tues.   Coffee:   Ups  &   Downs  2710   (990).   L.   Carroll   581,   L.~r,  Hughes 625 (250), J. Christianson  540, J.  Hart  605,   E. Hogue  556  (273), L. Campbell 520, G. Host  738 (278), D. Bailey 262, H. Thorburn 679 (256)i J. Perron 632.  Ladies: Tartans 2654 (929). D.  Crosby 713 (257), I. Jewett 578  (258), P. Hume 525, L? McKay  534, M. Connor 676 (242), I.  Plourde 551 (254), F. Raynor 570  H. Thorburn 593.  Teachers    Hi:     Goof ers    2862  (1059). E.   Cartwright 703   (258),  E. Cooper 258, S. Rise 680 (256),  H. Inglis 647 (271), R. Hinks 261,  M. Crosby 611 (253), J. Lowden  684 (298).  v*    Commercials:     Luckies     2978  ��-(1125). E..Shadwell 873 (395, 281)  ���f D. Bailey 248, H. Jorgenson 641,  J. Jorgenson 615 (279), T. Connor  f 629; G. Hunter 245, J. Drummond  : mi (266, 267, 258), J. Lowden 662  -(290),   J.   Davies   640   (259),   E.  "Fisher 625 (261).  Port Mellon: Silhouettes 2635  : i'Scatterbugs 1016. E. Preiss 255,  '*C. Sheppard 634 (272), A..Holden  727 (275, 282), C. Comeau 647.  : -  Ball & Chain: Moonbeams 3253  ' (1140). D. Stanley 611, J. Mullen  665   (287),  L.   Hughes   734   (252,  "254),   P.  Fletcher  661   (258),   D.  Carroll 665 (256), B. Benson 644  (252), B. Williams 626, R. Hughes  600 (256), R. Wiren 629.  Men: Strikers 3173 (1153), E.  Hume 614, E. Connor 623 (250),  J. Clement 756 (275, 318), A. Robertson 723 (284, 267), J. Lowden  783 (262, 295), J. Wilson 615, J.  /Drummond 672, S. Rise 670 (268),  JG. Legh 602, J. Whyte 619, E.  Yablonski 635 (248).  Juniors: Danny Austin 364 (190  174), Mike Clement 370 (232),  Bonnie Thorburn 320 (186), Terry Forshner.300 (167), Peter Rig.  by 310 (175).  CM  "Yeah, and he might  NOT be an eccentric  millionaire!"  40 USABLE TREES  About 40. of Canada's more than  170 native trees are of commercial value. Softwoods provide  most of our structural and framing lumber, sheathing? roofing,  subfloors, exterior siding and  trim and some interior panelling.  Hardwoods supply the bulk of our  flooring, furniture traditional panelling and cabinetwork.  8       Coast News, April 18,  1962.  SOCCER  Results of games played1 Sunday, April 14 were as follows :?<  Roberts Cr-^ek 6, Gibsons Utfi. 0  Gibsons Merchants 3, Port Mellon 0; yy?..//-       ?-,?*:*; ������':?? \  Games scheduled, for Sunday,  April 21 will be as follows:  Sechelt Res; School vs. Gibsons  Merchants.  Sechelt   Warriors��� vs.   Gibsons  Utd. '���_.-;     ;.,*,..?  Sechelt Legion vs. Roberts  Creek. :/"������������  All kickoffs are scheduled for  2 .p.m.  As we are drawing to the close  cf a very successful season, in  this, our first venture. I would  like to ask all parents to please  come out and give these boys the  support they deserve. The last  league games will be played on  Sunday, April 28 and next week  we shall publish a final.league  standing.  Games for April 28:  Roberts Creek vs. Sechelt Res.  School,     ?  Port Mellon vs. Sechelt Warriors. .;.  Gibsons Utd. vs. Sechelt Legion  TUMPANE WINS  .:  Mr. Frank. Tumpane, featured  columnist on the Toronto Tele-  7 gram has been declared the -winner of  the  B.C.   Government -  land "504, A. Johnson 509, I. Jew- -*-=Press Journal Magazine  annual  travel writing ��� award,  the-Hon.  Earle C Westwood\ minister of  recreation  and conservation for  $ B.C. and Ted Barr, publisher of  ?! Press Journal Magazine have an-  ett 608,  V.   Boyes  567 (248),  E.  Johnson 608 (242), J., Jorgenson  516, D. Gregory 509, M.. Marleau  552, D. Musgrove 565 (264).  Merchants:    Gutterballs    2884.  Spring Time Special tor  (1002). T. Bailey 755 (311, 255)?' i nounced     jointly.      Tumpane *s  J. Whyte 635, L. Gregory 719 (241  245), S. Wilson 619 (255).  Gibsons A: Super Valu 3189  (1129). M. Connor 634 (283), E.  Connor 636, D. Horseman 263, R.  Beacon 608 (270), Ike Mason 640  (266), H. Shadwell 600, K. Wright  award was made for a series of  -stories he wrote on the Trans-  Canada Motorcade during August  of 1962. He was the only jour-  ���* nalist to complete the 4,860 mile  journey from St. John's Newfoundland to Victoria, B.C.  1954 ZEPHYR   ...........  1955 VAUXHALL   .._......  1956 FPRD  .__.-._....._._..._  1952 FARGO   1954 DODGE - CHEV .....  1952 CHEV PICKUP  1953 PONTIAC Sedan Del.  Peninsula Motor Products  SECHELT ��� Ph. SSSr-Slll ?  i I :.  .d   -.!.->..  QlBSONS e  pLAZA  PARK WITH EASE - SHOP AS YOU PLEASE - PUBLIC TELEPHONES, RESTROOMS, UNDERCOVER WINDOW SHOPPING  P.  COLLISON BARKER  BARRISTER - SOLICITOR  NOTARY  PUBLIC  Phone 886-2481  COIN   DRYCLEANING  Phone 886-9918  and  PHONE ANSWERING SERVICE  Phone 886-2231  WALT'S CENTRE SERVICE  Phone 886-9500  CHEVRON       '   .    .    -  DANNY'S  MOTEL AND.  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