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Array ^���^'"^^"''w^'"^^'*  Sv-r'^n,r/'^v.-',i's../:��>--..,-'r'^7*'-'-''^,^'-^^s-/*''-v.-^  V;,/'.-r.j:^:.,:>-  '��� V,.�� 'v-r-*'.  Provincial  Library,  Victoria,   B*--C ���������;..���  GOLDEN'CUPyAWARD/   *  at DANNY'S s  ^COFFEE  HOUSE ,& iMOTEL,   S  'Gibsons -- '-Ph.  886-9815  '      i \L  V     "   s *��� i  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE COAST  lt Published  in   Gibsons, ,BLCJ     Volume   17, Number 42, October 24, 1933.  7c per copy  A  COMPLETE LINE  OF MEN'S  CLOTHING  Marine  Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.  886-2116��� Gibsons, B.C;  ..1.1IMI  I'liuuiM't'iumimmiunpiPUU-  Your clock!  Put your clock hack one  hour before r_t:ri:;g Saturday night. You will *hen wake  up Sunday morning at the  right time ��� we hope.  nttuumumiuuimuimuuu-iuuiHiuuuumuiuMninuttiumiD  BOWLING  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEYS  (By EVE MOSCRIP)  League Scores:  Ladies: Dorothy Smith 689 (294)  Lola Caldwell 257. Team High,  Sweet N Sour 2759 (948).  Pender:. Dave McDonnell 661  (283), Isobel Gooldrup 538 (199)  ..Ladies Matinee: Phyllis Pearson   632 (247).  Peninsula Commercial: Dorothy Smith 708, Andy Leslie 749  (290, 277), Arvella Benner 256,  Dick Clayton 285, Team High, Village Bakery No. 1 3337 (1187).  Sports Club: Jean Eldred 675  (292), Trudy Northrup 256, Red  Robinson;: 673.  ':."."���'���"    ;;���  Ball &' Chain: Nancy Jaegar  602, Sue Woods 575, (279), Roger  Hocknell 730, Bruce Redman 695,  (3il). Clarence Nielsen 664 (282),  Joe Fisher 696 (299).  Pee Wees: Wendy Bystedt 306,  (168), Gary Lawson 359 (180),  Bobby Nelson 192.  High School: Gail Ritchie 339  (177), Alec Forbes 297, Phillip  Reeves 163.  Ten Pins: Dick Clayton 551  (200),   Butch  Ono 546   (215).  E & M BOWADROME  ;; (By ED CONNOR) .'���'*..  Midway of Gibsons A League  rolled team high three and single  this week of 3092 (1115).  League Scores:    .  .  Gibsons B: Astronauts 2593, No.  4/989.S Eleanor Fisher 678 (258),  Jim Larkman. 734 (317, 247), Morris MeMurry 293.  Ladies Coffee: Perculators 2366  (908). ;V. Peterson 511, R. Nordquist '?:615| B., Swanson. 569, D.  .Gregory 506. \\<���������..."-..��� ','"'���" ���"'������  . - Merchants: Jim's TV 2893. (993)  B��St�� Denis 68iT t246);: J. Larkman 640 (251), G. Nasadyk 266,  D; McCauley 610.  Gibsons A: Midway 3092 (1115)  D.;; Crosby  247,   R.  Godfrey 723.  (278), L: .Morison 243, .Gwen'Ed-:  monds 617. (258),-G. Edmonds 633  (260), E. Connor 747  (259; 308):  Ladies Wed.:.Gibson Girls 2572  Guttersnipes 845. Kv Taylor 658  (265), H. Clark 510. D. Crosby 560  M. Holland 527, M. Smith 501* B.  Hollands 510 (241).  Teachers Hi: Hit Urns 2661,  Lucky Strikes 1010. E. Yablonski  772  (256.  291), K. Dbdd 256.  Commercials: Fortune Cookies  2536, Panics 937. E. Shadwell 626  (267), D. Reeves 651, J, Clement  634 (277).  Port Mellon: Odd Balls 2741  (948). B: Flockhart 663 (268), T.  Kennedy 660 (263), J. Larkman  638 (256), A. HoMen .645 (286).  Ball & Chain: Sid's Harem 2585  B.C. Lions 935. R. Nordquist 676  (280), L. Butler 714 (305), S. Butler 267;    ���'���'������::XX:r'X :X-y\  Men's: A. vPlourde 654 (284),  G. Edmonds 643, L. Gregory 261.  J. Larkman 677 (268), B. Nasadyk  . 607, Ji Lowden 612, J. Clement  704 (270), E. Connor 689 (297).  Juniors: RCMPers 877 (476).  Jim Westell 245, Carol Forshner  284, (1691), Bob Bruce 219, Trevor Oram 249, John Slinn 280,  Chuck Bruce 268 (177), Richard  Godfrey 208, Mike Clement 245,  Denise Murdoch 263 (153).  C.W.L. COFFEE PARTY  The CathoUcvWomen's League  will hold a.coffee party and bake  sale oh (Friday morning, Oct. 25  10 a.m.: to noon at the Church  basement in Port Mellon.  IN B.C. HALF  YOUR DOLLARS  COME f BOM  FOREST PRODUCTS  ������ v' . ��� o  closing  illplistli  SiiW^^s^^;;m ft iiwh*  Visitors take part  in DeMolay installation  On October 19, at the Masonic  Hall in Roberts Creek, installation of officers of Mount Elphinstone Chapter, Order of DeMolay  occurred.  The installing team were David  Leslie, master councillor of.. Elphinstone Chapter, Robert Burg,  master councillor of PowelL River Chapter, John Burritt, past  master councillor of Elphinstone  Chapter who was installing junior  councillor; Peter C. Gail,, chapter advisor of Powell River chap1  ter who was .installing chaplain:  Kerry Kneave, installing mar-  shall and Richard Ludwig, :PMC  who was installing senior deacon.  '- The elected officers were^Da-.  vid ^Leslie, re-elected as* master  The . newly-elected sweetheart  was Miss Vicki Franske who. was  installed by David Leslie and a  corsage was presented by Peter  Emerson. Miss Linda Stanley was  presented with the past sweetheart jewel by David Leslie. .:;.{:���  Other awards presented .^were  the Drummond Trophy ..given to  David Leslie by Mrs. Drummond,  membership certificates handed  out by. Dad Rankin/ the newiy-  elected chapter Dad. Miss Lynn  Ennis, honored queen of Bethel  28, Job's Daughters, presented a  gift to David Leslie.  The flower talk was given by  the   chaplain,   Howard White   of  : Mount Elphinstone   Chapter  SHARP CONTRAST: This photograph, taken by Harry B. Winn of  Gibsons, shows the Bank of Montreal's original premises here,  which were occupied when the  bank opened in 1946. The picture  Underlines the sharp contrast be.  |ween this, first office and the  pew premises being opened this  weekend on the site of the old  Howe Sound Trading Company's  ��tore. "  Gibsons municipal council Tues.  day night after hearing a delegation opposed and examining the  petition for Mondays closing of  Gibsons stores decided to drop  any thought of Monday. closing  anil urged; merchants to get together and settle Itheir ;own clos-  ing problems.--.^ .'   .;:. ...���',  A delegation, Ken Watson, of  Ken's Lucky Dollar Store and  Vince Prewer,. opposed the Mon.  day closing draft bylaw. Mr.  Watson felt a two-day Sunday and  Monday closing would be too  much. He found Moncray was a  good business day. On the other  hand it was explained that most  holidays now foil on a Monday.  A letter was read from Percy  Lee of Howe Sound ��-10-15 cent  Store opposing Monday closing  and council was informed Rae  Kruse of Kruse Drug store was  also opposed.  Chairman Ritchie felt that as  regards store closing the consumer apparently had nothing to say  which he thought was not fair.  One argument by a councillor  suggested that the merchants  should settle the matter among  themselves and.not pot the burden on council. Council decided  ���^ Replacing, Norman Rudolph  virho has been elevated to the  provincial executive of the B.C.  Boy Scout .association, Peter R:  Momas' of. Granthams Landing  jvas elected district, commission.  , s rfer for Mount. Elphinstone district  Various orders gave, their warm ./���jat :a��� council   meeting.V Monday  ..cduncillar^:��ete*-I__Q3Je^  ior councillors John Smith;"-junior  councillor   and -Brian   Khowles,  treasurer, with his appointed' assistant  scribe David Cooper;;  ?   Appointed  to, office were vKen  Preiss, senior, deacon;', Larry Ennis,. junior   deacon;.., Sherwood  Hayes, senior Stewart; Dal Cros-  ..by, junior Stewart; Howard White  chaplain; /: Raimb      Savolainen,;  marshall; % John  Paquette,   standard bearer;U Stewart - Geoghegan  sentinel and' preceptors John Cor-:  ;lett, Terry. Rhodes, Edward :;Coop-J  er, Aifen; Cooper, James Maridel-  kau, Vaughan Franske and Rod- -  . erick: Webb.!:  R.Ns to meet  The monthly meeting of the  Sunshine Coast Chapter, Registered Nurses association, will be  held at the home of Mrs. W. Mc-  Kinnon, Veterans Rd., Gibsons,  .Oct. 29 at 8 p.m. Special.speaker  will be-Mrs.E. Graham RN, from  the. Vancouverr executive ^office.  Nursing problems pertinent to  the peninsula will be discussed  so come and voice your views.  Any registered nurse is welcome.  The loan cupboard, sponsored  by the chapter has been in operation several months and from  the calls received the project appears to be bringing a considerable service to the public. Further informatiori2;may be obtained from Mrs. F_^estell at 886-  2554, secretary^ bfivthe: Sunshine  Coast Chapter^ ���'  coming term. The ceremony was\  closed  by  Dad James   Garlick,  District Deputy,, and followed by  refreshments from  the Mothers'  Club and a dance.  Hallowe'en  Further information has been  received concerning the small  town of Kamchah in which the  Dr. Peter Spoiin Clinic is situated and where children from Port  Mellon to Roberts Creek are planning to build four houses with this  year's Hallowe'en collections.  Kamchon is about 15 miles from  Pusan, a small town built against  a hillside, looked upon as. home  by some 1,200 families. Typhoon  Shirley hit the area in June and  housing is desperately needed before winter with its 4-10 degrees  below temperatures sets in.  Estimate that half the children  who call at your door this Hal.  lowe'en.will be collecting for the  Save the Children Fund so trj'  to have enough pennies handy to  give one to each child with a  S.C.F.  tin.  Cans will also be in the stores  and a S.C.F. film on Korea will  be shown in schools during the  week. ':'.-���.���  Peter Thomas named  commissioner  B. Davies of Port. Mellon who  saw great encoaragement in the  wort now going on.  ; Neville Reid; president of Vancouver region congratulated^^ the  councii'; on its'XweB. equipped  camp and complimented Mr. Rudolph for - his outstanding work.;  :-'':^dmifas_f��i^iFi^  Vancouver in a talk on Scouting  stressed the self-discipline aspects of Scouting. A boy who  knows what self-disciidine is usually is sought out because of his  disciplme. A Scout first follows  a leader and then he becomes a  leader MmselL This area is fortunate in its type of leaders, he  said, and a Scnaling program  with prosper leadcxAip is botmd  C���Eicers elected were Cliff Beeman, president; Mrs. C. F. Beeman, secretary and J. Setchfield,  Ttreasurer. Camping wiB. be under  direction of Eric Prittie Reg Taylor and G. Barowsti. Cy Johnson  will be in charge of public relations, A. P. BmcaM, badges with  Ron Haig, Miss EL C. Harrold,  Mr. and Mrs^ L. C. Bengbugh,  Mrs. L. Flamerfelt, Mrs. N. Rudolph, Mis. Jessie Naylor, Mrs.  P. R. Thomas and Mrs. O. Johnson.  elected to: 'the ��� positibhr of?district  cubmaster- was Geoffrey Thatcher  of Roberts-Creek.  Mr. Tha.cher reported there  were four cub packs active and  one inactive, lacking a cubmasr  ter. There are now 78 cubs in the  district and the program had developed nicely during the year,  he added. X  Mr. Rudolph said he found a  leadership problem in some areas  but favorable progress was being made. Cliff Beeman, president revealed the year had been  one of finance consolidation in--  x--'ving Earl Haig camp, which  is the only camp of '*s k":id in  the area and is now booked .solid for the next year. He thanked  council'for its support and added  a word of thanks for the excellent efforts made by Ccouters  during the year. Mr. Beeman  brought word from the honorary  president of the district, Mr. C.  to drop the matter by taking no  action!. ;  Eugene. Yablonski   aided by  a  petition bearing 39 names, stated  ���he was voicing the opinion of him-  ' self; and signers vas 'being opposed to a future Rockgas installation on the present Co-op store  property.  J;r.  'A suggestion from  the delega-  " tion: hriged that" the village should  buy any "shore property as it becomes -available.'  It  was pointed  out  in council  'that Mere-are plenty of Rockgas  tanks coupled to numerous homes  in Gibsons and have been safely  operated.  A delegation suggestion was  made that a referendum be held  on the holding of shoreline property for park purposes. No action was taken on the; petition.  The Public Utilities Commission  following a hearing covering a re.  quest for water Irom Gibsons  sources to be used by people in  Stone Villa area on Pratt Road,  granted them the -fuse of Gibsons  water for an eight week period  ending Nov. 20 at the rate of 1000  gallons per day.  The P.U.C. did not hold out any  prospect for   others 0utside  the ���  village seeking water,   obtaining  any. until the water supply of the  ... village ] has increased. Council  will leave settlement of costs between Stone Villa area residents  and the P^U.C.  : The Pratt Road pipe-line hearing resulted in the P.U.C. granting the G. H. Lee,home a connection but the: R.G. Small request,  was turned down, the P.U.C. finding, stated he had not made out  a good enough case to compel the:  village to provide him with a water connection. ;  Accounts totalling $1,420.59/  were; ordered paid, the largest  amount |975 in payment for a  sewer survey: by; Martin   J.  J.  . ?Dayton^, ��mnGe^-a^ ^sh -  yjbtestos: ���,r^tsvfdr*'toeSfire'dep''art-i--.  .'"mei.tr '.":"''V- .'-'v''         '  ���"'."���'��� Robert M. Kelly was granted"  a building permit for a $1,000  home extension. Another was'  granted Oscar ^Johnson for a  $1,000 home extension.  No movies  on  A request that council consider  S'-indaj-. TncvJc^ . r",r Sechelt was  turned down at the council meeting, Wednesday evening of last  week. The   matter was  brought  up by J.   M.  of Sechelt  4 swimmers certified  Taxation attacked  The most pressing taxation  problem facing the Forest Indus-  tries^of -B.C. ��� apart from the  high rate of income tax ��� is the  : taxes applied against ' capital  equipment and supplies used in  production, according to B. M.  Hoffmeister, president of /the  Council of the Forest Industries  of British Columbia.   ...  in the 'brief,"'the' Commission  heard that the forest industry in  B.C. vFoiild like: equitable treatment in ; taxation, including a  realistic depletion allowance;  elimination of the features in the  tax structure, which, discourage  invesment capital; and a Federal  Provincial meeting of minds on  taxation. .'���; ;  The' brief pointed out that sales  taxes ' on ' machiner;^ ar7?rirr!fv.  and sur^'fer v'��<i -" -��-"'ij'��*:-in  should be' eliminated, and that  sales taxes should be levied only  on  end   products   consumed  in  CAR WASH SATURDAY  The Chancellors Car club will  hold a car wash on Sat., Oct.. 26,  between 10 -a.m. and 4 p.m. at  the Shell Service Station, Sunny-  crest Motors, and Centre Service.  All proceeds go towards building  a new club house and garage. Car  wash will be $1 including white  walls.  TEENAGE DANCE  Another Royal Canadian Legion  Teenage dance will be held Friday. Oct. 25./'���'vr. 8 to llr30 n.m.  in the Legion Hall. Sechelt. These  dances are' well-attended so get  there early.. X-  Four candidates of the Canadian Red Cross Society's water  safety and swimming instructor  course held at Gibsons early in  August have received certificates  Brian Knowles and Patty Smith  of Gibsons, are certified as fully  qualified instructors and ��� lifeguards, and Dave Wilson. Gibsons and Georgia Warn, Roberts  Creek, are certified as leaders  until they reach the age of 18, at  which time they will be authorized to instruct without supervision  Terry Enemprk of Longview,  and Jo-Ann Nygren of Wilson  Creek, passed practical theory requirements and theory instruction, but missed the very difficult  Bronze Medallion  for Hfesaving.  These constitute the first aquatic instructors fully trained and  qualified locally, and could,  should     circumstances " permit,  provide all local swimming instruction and water safety supervision requirements during the  next summer.  For swimmers who were too  young to participate last August,  the Canadian Red Cross Society  will, in all probability, offer another coarse in two years time.  All candidates m the summer's  course were sponsored financially  l>y their local recreation commission nr ivinnmiiity association.  Theatre  as part  of a  province-  wide campaign. .  Ccvvr-r i"*1 ?>:"'������'��� Mr. Hayesr  that it did net have the power to*  pass such legislation. Vancouver-  with Sunday movies is able to den  so because it has its own charter. Sechelt and other municipalities operating Under the Municipal act have   no sur?* nower.  The Hospital Cottacc ,,Tas placed back on the assess-icnt list:-'  as a result of a ruling cc the provincial assessment department'.  The letter from assessment officials asked for further comment  from the St. Mary's Hospital society.  PROGRESS EVIDENT  At an informal meeting with  J. H. Macleod, president of Sechelt Peninstua Boy Scout association, Fred Hrdsh, Vancouver-  coast Regional Field Commissioner and Neville Reid, the regional  president, diseassed the evident  progress of Scooting in this area.  Haslam lake water preferred  . Ww buntpcutir  Since inception of the South  Pender Harbour Waterworks; district some four years ago, the  trustees have consistently desired  to use Haslam Lake and creek as  the water source in preference  to Liilies (Paq) lake to which  there has always been a local  prejudice despite the satisfactory  tests of the water by the department of hea!th. and water r:ghts  branch,. , .     .   ,  Financing of the project under  the federal Mnnkapal Development and Jjamn ad is generous  and now makes it passible for the  trustees to zecansader Haslam  Lake as the water source.  The p-ojec-Ts consulting engineer was in the area last week to  revise the estimate for approval  by the water lights branch. Every effort is being made to com-  mence work on the project before  Christmas and nuj > consideration win be given to local.labor  and egnipoaeot vmexe practical.  Kinsmen hosts  On Saturday the Sechelt and"  Gibsons Kinsmen Clubs held a  special meeting so the Kinsmen  Club of Ladner could attend.  There was a good number enjoyed the boat trip from Ladner. After the business meeting a fellowship session followed. The  Ladner Club left for home on  Sunday. It is hoped to have other  clubs up visiting later in the year.  --KttumHUWJwwmuiHHtuiuitiuiutiitiiiiiuiimiHiiuumuimTO  HARD TIMES PARTY  The Squarenaders Dance Club,  win hold a Hallowe'en party on  Saturday, Oct. 26 at Hopkins Hall  starting at 8:30 p.m. The Sechelt  Promenaders will be joining for  ' this night of fun so, come on all  you square dancers and join in.  The Round Dance workshop got  off to a good start on Oct. 19 withi  over 40 people participating. The  next workshop will be held on  Nov. 23. It's not too late to start  learning round dancing if you  are interested and were unable-  to come to the first lesson. 2  Coast News,  Oct.  24,  1963.  Tlbe ThHB That Comes Once in a Uje&m  AVUUfflUCUaSC  W\t Coast Mews  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher       Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Published  every Thursday   by Sechelt Peninsula  News Ltd.,  P.O. Box 280, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second class mail for pay-  ient of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit   Bureau  of  Circulation,  Canadian, Community  ?*wspapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.;  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  tates and foreign, $3.50 per year.  To many armchair advisors?  Visitors stepping into Roberts Creek Han cannot help but be impressed by its cleanliness and air of weU being. But not in a day  feas this happy state been accomplished.  Many hall boards have worked long and tirelessly, worriedly too,  for its best interests, and each in turn, has done its utmost to* keep  the building functioning. There also have been fitful little jabs at  money-raising and face-lifting, and while they were tremendously  helpful, it is the long, steady puU that has brought about the hall's  present happy position in the district which it serves.  Undoubtedly the Roberts Creek Community Association group  ���f old faithfuls has done its share. More than its 6hare, actually,  when it is noted that many of the members are past the three score  years and 10. It might well be that they are entitled to a rocking:  chair wherein they might sit, with hands folded, and watch while  others labor. The question could be asked, "Who else is labdring?"  There would seem to be a distinct dearth of young members.  Those who do belong work very hard, but there is a limited  amount of time to be spared from the daily vicissitudes of home and  work. The senior members although no longer physically able to  take an active part/give unstintingiy of;their wisdom and experts-^- attending aU meetings in good weat^^  It is the spirit of^the^Old F^]h^ enter  the hall and gaz'e^''wilm''a6!mirat_on'''^pohj the freshly painted walls,  and sense the thought and planning that undeniably have been lavished upon it. :...'-Jr  It is the Old Faithfuls who attempt to deal with ungraded roads,  garbage disposal and the like. But the jobs are too numerous, too ,  overwhelming, for such asmall group. Criticism they have in abundance; advice is all about them; even derision comes.theifr way ������  Hut no help. -y  Perhaps some of us who enjoy the fruits of their;labors: such as  the adequate Ubrary, might give a hand now? and again. Members  within a community should learn to co-operate actively arid-not be  armchair advisors. ���' M.N. 'X-/~       > >  The Davis Ottawa Diary  $y JACK DAVIS. M.P.  Coast-Capilano Constituency "  Confronted by the Creditiste  jlihreat to the government's money  ."Supplies,. parliament considered  /Sitting day and night. The Credit-  jfcstes would have talked on and  ��n about the need for formal recognition of their party. But sooner or later exhaustion would have  set in. The Creditiste filibuster  would have failed and parliament  would have gone about its business once more.  The house leader, Mr. Jack  Jpickersgill, could have proposed  a simpler and more decisive sol.  ajtion. He could have asked for a  -time limit on the debate. But this  is closure and he didn't dare.  ��� Remembering the difficult  straits which the Liberal government ^got into when it attempted  to cut off the pipeline debate back  in 1956, the House Leader said  no government in its senses would  ever again, use closure to force  its will on parliament.  During the famous pipeline debate the closure rule was used.  Opposition members were incensed and the impression spread across the country that members  ��f parliament could be muzzled,  and that the government could  -ftop anyone talking if it wanted  Talk, yes. But should members  3>e allowed to go on talking indef-  uritely? In my opinion no group  should be able to hold up govern,  ment legislation for weeks on end.  Democracy can be destroyed by  irresponsibility inside paaliameint  as well as by attacks from 6ut-  3ide.  The Creditiste threat, withdrawn after several days of debate, is fresh warning that some  adaptation of the closure rule is  necessary. Closure, rightly under:  stood, sets a time limit on debate; it can insure that debate is  not prolonged beyond reason. The  British, with more members and  more business,to transact in the  House of Commons, have made  closure work. Self-imposed by a  majority vote of the members it  provides a discipline which Canadians will also have to observe  if we are to guarantee the survival of democracy itself.  NAVIGABLE WATERS  PROTECTION ACT  R.S.C. 1952. CHAPTER 193  PROPOSED HIGHWAY BRIDGE  Over Mamquam Blind Channel  Near Squamish, B.C.  The . Minister of. Highways,  Government of the Province of  British Columbia, hereby gives  notice that he has, under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited with the Minister of Public  Works at Ottawa, and in the office of the Land Registery Dis-  . trict of "Vancouver at Vancouver,  B.C., a description of site and  plan of a highway bridge proposed to be built over Mamquam  Blind Channel hear Squamish,  B.C.; the line of the proposed  bridge being parallel to-and'40  feet east of'the "existing "bridge.  And take notice that after the  expiration of one month from  the date of the publication of  this notice,.the Minister of Highways, Government of the Province of British Columbia, will,  under Section 7 of the said Act,  apply to the Minister of Public  Works at his office in the City  of Ottawa, for approval of the  said site and plan.  Dated this 15th day of October,  19G3.  H. T. MIARD,  DEPUTY   MINISTER  Department of Highways,  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C.  \  Any meteorites in your area?  Coti<zd&*ii#  Prepared by the Research Staff of  EN CYCLOPEDIA   CANADIAN A  Who helped win press  freedom  in Canada? j  Joseph   Howe,   sometimes .referred to as the tribune of Nova  Scotia,   Born  in  1804, Howe- at  the    age    of 24 purchased the  Novascotian:   and    made it the  ablest    newspaper    in     British  North  America.   This   forthright  periodical   made   a   tremendous  contribution : during the  colonial  period of Canada's development.  Howe was a shrewd observer of  the passing scene, a keen commentator upon the world about  him    and    especially upon the  foibles and stupidities of his contemporaries. A Loyalist, he put  some . of   his patriotic  emotion  into     verse,    but he was best  known as a gifted and passionate orator and his best speeches  read well even today, particularly his great oration on the freedom  of  the  press.   "It can  be  said with some truth," says Dr.  Lorne  Pierce in his  article on  Canadian literature in Encyclopedia Canadiana,   "that he won  single-handed the battle for the  freedom   of the   press   in   Canada." -  What is the English-speaking,  union?  This is an organization founded in London, England, in 1918  to promote friendship and understanding among the peoples of  the United Kingdom, Canada and  other Commonwealth countries  and the United States. Any individual or corporate body qualified by allegiance to the Commonwealth or the U;S. and sup^  porting the union's objectives is  eligible for membership. The  first Canadian branch was formed in Toronto in 1921 arid  branches have since been formed in several other cities. Union  headquarters, located in the  : heart of London, offer resident  tial facUiites to members of the-  organirr^'on who may be visiting the metropolis from _ any of  the Commonwealth countries!or  from the States. V.,  '".--.'   "'���.-'- .-���   ''������������ yX'Xrt'  Where isGrosse Isle? J "J-  It. is an island in the St. Law^j  rence River about six miles east  of the Island .of Orleans and 30   ,  nules downstream from  Quebec .  City. For many years it was" "a  government    quarantine   station  and it was here that immigrant  ships were detained during the  cholera   epidemics   of the first  half of the 19th century. Many;  of the cholera victims were buri-;  ed on the island.. Ini the "early,?  1930's the government moved the!  quarantine,   station,.. to   QuebecV  City. During the last war the is-; ���  land was used as a base for ex--  periments in biological warfare.  The island got its name because'  it is  larger  than the   other   islands in the immediate vicinity..'  What is the largest town in the:  '   r  Peace River area? J ..  Grande   Prairie,    Alta.,  which;  lies 407 miles by rail' northwest I ;  of Edmonton.   It  is situated  onl :  the   road   that links  Edmonton!  with   the  Alaska   Highway.. The!  name    is   derived  from  written;  references    to    the     area     (in!  French)  as   "big prairie" by aj'J'[  missionary,      Father     Grouard. \  Farm settlement in. the district'��� \  began about 1910.  Grande Pfai-;������';_.  rie was incorporated as a village'  in 1914,  the railroad arrived in]  1916, and town status was achiev-;  ed in 1919. i  OWLS AND ARCTIC ECONOMY;  The northern snowy owl feeds j  in summer on lemmings, mouse-'  like    creatures    inhabiting    the I  Arctic  barrens,  which  are also:  the staple food of the Arctic fox.  About every four years the supply of lemmings faUs, there are;  not enough to go round and the X  snowy owl flies south to catch I  mice and rats. When Arctic fur]  traders   see    this migration   of.  owls they. know that there is a X  shortage of lemmings, that Arc- ^  tic foxes wiU be scarce and that ���  it   wiU   be a season to extendi  credit to the Eskimo.  _ Farmers and other rural residents are being asked to help  clear up. some of the '"mysteries  of outer space.  Valuable space clues ccme  from meteorites, pieces of interplanetary material that plunge  to earth. Scientists want-all the  help they can get in finding  meteorites and are willing to pay  for them. The Geological Survey of Canada wiU pay upwards  of $100 for a meteorite.  Because they live for the-most,  part in sparsely settled areas  and devote much of their time  to working on the land, it is felt  farmers are among the most  likely persons to come across a  meteorite. One Canadian farmer  found a meteorite virtually in  his own backyard. It'had been'  y used for years to prop open the  barn door.  ; To help identify meteorites,  the- National Research CouncU  Associate committee on meteorites has had published an eight-  pagei illustrated booklet ^describing the origin of meteorites and  how to identify them.  Prepared   by   the   Geological  Survey of Canada, a branch of  the   department   of mines   and  technical surveys, the booklet is  'printed in both French and English  and  in   non-scientific   language  describes   the   appearance  and   characteristics   of   meteorites. Photographs show the three  types of meteorites and rocks or  other   objects    commonly    mistaken for meteorites. Copies are  available free from the Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa.  r By studying meteorites, scientists  may  determine, for example, whether the radiation level  in parts of the solar system is '..  so    high     as  to  mean .certain  death    to    the  space   traveller.  From meteorites come information about the age of the solar  system;   meteorite  studies  may  also help solve space-vehicle reentry problems.  Persons finding what they believe are meteorites are being  urged to get in touch immediately with the Associate committee  on Me4eori.es of the National  Research CouncU, Ottawa. Speci-  ,mens'may be sent to the Geo  logical Survey of Canada or the  nearest university for identifica-.  tion.  The size of meteorites varies  greatly. They may be no longer  than a pin head, or a mass ���  weighing several tons.. In -Canada, Alberta and Ontario have  yielded the greatest number of  meteorites,   although  they   have  been found in most other parts,  of the country.  Largest    Canadian    meteorite,  ^weighing 386 pounds, was found  in 1869 near Iron Creek, Alta.,  about 70 miles east of Edmon-  -ton.-- The second largest, weighing 370 pounds, was found in  1854 near Madoc, Ont., about 30  miles  north of  Belleville.'  YlJ FROtlUICNM  7 SAUWfNS CLUB  MICKEY COE  Bus.    TR    2-7411  Res.   BR.   7-6497  Zephyr Motors (1960) Ltd.  130  West Broadway  Vancouver,  B.C.   .  N. Richard McKibbin  INSURANCE  PHONE  886-2062, GIBSONS, B.C.  A  PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE  PRACTICING PHARMACY  IS AN ART  GIBSONS  niiKiirit ii in  centre,;;.:  R. WHITING, D.C.  CLOSED ^DNESD AY  Evening appoirimenis  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  886-9S43  Most prescription drugs are now pre-com-  . pounded i.,by theI pharmaceutical firms. But,  \. many of them are so potent, have such similar  S names, that it requires expert knowledge to always be J certain we dispense exactly what the  physician prescribes. ;'.'  j There are still prescriptions for ointments, lotions, capsules, eye preparations, etc. which re-  ! quire individual compounding. We welcome these  ;. prescriptions, even though they take more time  to prepare.  i     Your doctor can phone us when you ne*-d 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 a'l times to be in the position to offer the finest of pharmaceutical services. ���  KRUSE DRUG STORES Ltd.  Rae W. Kruse .  . ,.G:b.sons *       Sechelt  ; 886-2023;; 883-2134  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists  CAM YOU GET  A LOAM BEFORE  YOU BUY A CAR?  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We carry a complete line of this  popular brand  AND  Your most com  With 17 years in business in Gibsons, we extend to our friendly customers along the Sunshine Coast a cordial  invitation to visit our new home for the ladies Wear- next door to the new Bank of Montreal. Our, business  has continued to grow- along with our faith in this area. We have always endeavored jo brag you the very  latest in styles and highest in quality. We will continue our policy of direct from manufacturer buying, to  give you lower than city prices.  These manufacturers have assured us of their whole hearted support and add their congratulations:  DAISY  Yot/re looking younger this season... for Daisy Fresh gently shapes  you and molds you to the slim, trim young  lines the new fashions demand.  Embroidered broadcloth bra, underarm *  elastic for glove-fit sides, 32-40, A, B, C cups,  $2JO; girdle of white power net and satin  lastex embroidered with daisies and dots,  S, M, L, X-L. $5; in pantie girdle style, $5  I  THRIFTEE STORES  Dry Goods  We are still located in our store below  the Medical Building  Here we will be handling a bigger selection  of yard goods  COTTONS - WOOLS - BROADCLOTHS ���PELL0N - SILKS - DRAPERY & LININGS  UNBLEACHED COTTONS * SHEETINGS - BUTTERICK PATTERS CARRIED IN STOCK  ^ J^ Needs  BLANKETS ��� SHEETS;.r- PILLOWS���SPREADS ��� RUGS  WE MEASURE YOUR HOME FOR CUSTOM MADE DRAPES  Our Sewing Machine Section always ready fo give you demonstrations  TRADE INS ACCEPTED ��� EASY TERMS  See'joiir Gift Selections  COME IN AND REST ��� WE'RE HAPPY TO HAVE YOU  DUCHESS LINGERIE  APPAREL ACCESSORIES  CAMPUS CASUALS  TAN JAY SPORTSWEAR  SHAMROCK SPORTSWEAR  COMFORT KIM0NA  MIDLAND FASHIONS  QUALITY GARMENTS  BESI OUTER WEAR  SURREY CLASSICS  SABRE SLIMS  ORIENT HOSIERY  PARIS GLOVES  CHARMAINE BAGS  VOGUE BAGS  TRIAD JEWELLRY  TEENA PAIGE DRESS  HAROLD WILLIAMS  JO-MAC ORIGINALS  JOYCE PALMER  LAWRENCE DRESS.  RUSS WATERMAN  ST0TLAND DRESS  TRY0N DRESS  PHILLIPS DRESS  DALKEITH SWEATERS  ROSE KNITTING MILLS  AUEAN OF CANADA  K0RET OF CALIFORNIA  SEA QUEEN  CAMEO HOSIERY  PHANTOM HOSIERY  KAYSER HOSIERY  SHIRT TAIJES  10ND0N LASSIE  KINKLEY GLOVES  HARVEY WOODS  tiki''*'  ?*�����   ,,"    *  :",;-A-/yXi.> XL &*rdi%3��Mm^ New bank premises  "III  /  , ^  Sp_vclbus^��wr ���premises for, the  |;;B&nk^   of;   Montreal's    Gibsons  ^^^^^^^jy^^jifej Jc^pi^e^ otitis  '^Wjsnd,and the officewill' open  '^^^^ihes&:"6h ^MpMayti��6rnii.g.  s|ff^a^hounceinent: was .made: to-  'X;7^W0>y Edward Hehnikef,v the B  X&<*Nk manager, ;who termed: the  opening   ''a . significant  step   in  development of -tiie business section of GibsohS."  Located on the site formerly  occupied by the old Howe Sound  . Trading^ Company'store, the new  'B -'of' M';-office is equipped with  many: modern banking'^facilities  and has a parking-lot for custom-'  ers' cars. ii^M ^:XX'X:  ?,Mr. rHeriniker said that features  of the new office include a  str&amliijed counter .withythree  teUers^.wicikets.!^or;rthe.; convenience i6_"^-_ety-deposit��box customers, Vt!^C'|SpnjrSte coupon  booths are'located close to a  large steel' ah<I" reinforced concrete vault. ;.��.'������;���;X J: y-:X;'y-:'X^ '  Pleasantly., decorated..through-  :^^t_e^pffic^is^^  and walnut woodwork, an acous-  ic tiler ceiling,/fluorescent lightning,; and coiprf ill vinyl tile floor,  ing.       '..'' ..XJtJyX.y--  A special feature .of the new  bank is an.-. arouhd-th-3-elock de-  , pbsitory unit, which allows; both  ���private  and  business "^customers  to make deposits at any tirne.  Customers    with    private    accounts- are supplied with special  envelopes by : the B of M, While  those with business accounts^, are  given canvas-wallets."?a  '   The deppsUs are placed in the  . envelopes/or wallets, which can  ! be placed intone."Of twoijopenihgs  '.in-'the^abe^bfEthe^nit.;-;? :���; XJry: -^  The envelopes and wallets slide"  down a chute into a safekeeping  ��� unit inside the bank, where they  ��� remain ruh_itrie&B of!'M-is "iiext  open .for .business,.., .The .deposits  are then processed- in /the-, usual''  : way... ��� ' ^    _     . :,:  When theB bf-M was established here" in 1946, it.was;locatedJn,  a converted garage;1 cahd' offered  ��� banking-service ipnlyitwo -days a i;  week, operating under direction  of the bank's Carrall' and Hastings streets branch, in Vancouver...,'.  'X'X . .'.'.:. 77s'  Two rears later, the bank mpyr  ed to its present quarters; at the  head of the wharf -and the local;  B of M became a full-time branchy  These premises were -renovated'  in 1956, but, with the grpwtlr of  Gibsons and increasing; demands  for: banking: facilities, ��� jthey^became inadequate; * It -was then decided; to erect the,;spacious.new  office, ;pn���the.site,<1p_,the,pld,Hqwe  Sound Trading^ Conipahy^';stofje,  : being; completed, this; weekend.!  '"':���[ .\\faeri^e';,;!G-b��(m^ .  came: a] full^ime brahcli|ah|1948,v  J. A'. Theed was appointed as the1  first local  manager,  Mr.  Theed  remmrte_-ih"?rchafge-'until 1950,  when, he was .succeeded by Tom  Larson^.'; ; '������������'':'������ ���������:-'��� '��� - ���-���; ���'.-��������� yy't-  While Mr. Larson was. manag-J  ei-i _inf office was opened ^at Port  ,I\Iellpn,; to. operate   on   a   semi-;  'morithiy basis at Canadian Forest  Products Ltd. To- reach the: office   "  the bank staff from Gibsons had  to travel by boat, until the new  road was completed.  An'office was also opened at  Sechelt and, at first, this offered  banking service two days a week  but "It" later became a full time  branch.  In 1953, Douglas B. Smith became manager of the Gibsons B  of M, remaining in the post for  two years until the present manager, Mr. Henniker, toSS oyer.  Mr; Henniker was; fprmerly accountant' of .the ^bank's Trail  branch"; ���'���       " -  ���''':."'" " '";  M^Stlf: (WmtaeTtmde,ymfOTSOtyom_ma^^  '._.  Memorial fund  a  m\M^ ��0\_M �� W  Boy! you should see it/  % -      ���.  Yes indeed, you should! In fact, we invite you to drop around and look over  the attractive new premises of the Gibsons Branch of the Bank of Montreal.  We're moving into our new home this weekend, and we'll be ready to welcome  you there on Monday morning.  Everything in this new office has been designed for your convenience.  There's much more space than before���a streamlined counter, with three  tellers' wickets for speedy service���two private coupon booths for safety-  deposit-box customers���a steel-and-reinforced-concrete vault���fluorescent lighting, an acoustic-tile ceiling, fir and walnut woodwork, vinyl-asbestos flooring  ... the most modern features throughout.  Because of the completely up-to-date facilities in all departments, our  staff will be able to .serve all your banking needs with greater speed and  efficiency than before. :X'x:/7x'"7 - ���  ���And parking's no problem, either. There's lots of parking space close  to the Bank.  In Gibsons, as in hundreds of other communities across Canada, our aim  is to provide the same kind of helpful service  Canadians inrevery walk of life have come to expect  from the B of M over the past 146 years. /  .- ��  You can bank your money  24 hours a "day ��� every day  If you sometimes have trouble getting to the bank  during regular banking hours, you'll be.glpd to know  this B of M has an "around-the-clock" depository. ���'  This unit means both private and business customers  can make clepoiits 24 hours a day ���seven days  a week.   . .f'/j JJ".''7[.    .'-;7-.      ���/.;���;  Be free from worry about loss through theft or fire  at night or over the'weekend..1! use the B of M's  "around-the-clock" depository, unit.  ir ^ny H9!"^*9f bur'rtaff:wiil be  glad to supply full details on request.  ,),'  EDWARD HENNIKER, Mamajw  /'.'i:*;.';': \.--yy, r-'- *..' '.'iT^'j' 7.  ���%  7x7MM;M^7  -7��  'W  &''l;  '7l. ���.>'.,;��� v��: w+\ *ri*r  mkWyyy-ry-rsy  l^^x^mj^ '  sfe^fg;,.*. wiJ ;7  Gibsons Branch:  EDWARD HENNIKER, Manager  - A report'on. the- regional hospital'auxiliary Meeting "at Grace  Hospital, Vancouver; 'Sept. 27,  was given < Sechelt Hospital auxiliary at its Oct. 10 meeting, by  Mrs. C. Connor, president of Se-  chelt's auxiliary.  Anyone haying books of raffle  tickets is asked to hand them in  to Mrs. S; Dawe at the next meeting, Nov.; 14.; This will clear the  way for the draw, to take place  at'the Nov. 23 smorgasbord- tickets for which can now- be obtain,  ed Saturday,; Nov. 16 at 10 a;rri.  Members have; appointed the  past president, Mrs; R:: Swan, to  be in charge of the Hospital Auxiliary Memorial fund. Mrs. H.  Swanson? has. offered-to help her.  Those wis!hing;to correspond "with  the auxiliary are asked to use  P.O. Box 193.  A bus will be leaving Sechelt's  depot at 6:45 p.m.,' Fri.' Oct. 25,  for the Pender Harbour Cooking  School demonstration. For reservations please contact Mrs. C.  Connor, Halfmoon Bay, Ph. 885-  9347.  | Congratulations to . . .#..  J     THRIFTEE'STORES  :| I on the opening of their new  | Dress Shop and io the  I on its new premises  I Gibsons Radio Cabs  M-X    *-.;- " ��� '���'       Phone ;88Gs-22il ���  Cimgrcitulations . . . .  P/mw*  ;7<7%  -J/.'U'.JiS  Amazing! The first one you  ' tryonmdttfitsr  for a fine addition to Gibsons  :        business section by  fipuLnde & McLennan  irnnerol Contractors Ltd.  'and occupied by - ''  The Bank of Montreal  .;'���'   ��� ���'���:���" ':/     and '' ��� ���   ���; .'  Thriftee Stores  ESSO  PRODUCTS  Your Imperial Oil Agent  Congratulations _nd Best JVPffcfeg�� toW. - .  Thriftee Stores & Mr. S. Fladager  on the opening of his new modern Ladies Wear Store from  ��ixon Muriw t-iinited  "(V f *"*"' ' -���"-'.������*3*;v"--,��;>  who had the pleasure of designing, planning; manufacturing  and installing the store fixtures  and from  a7.  Suppliers of Amplex Window Display Lighting; "Wings" Success Display  -^ interior display needs  714 Cambie Street, Vancouver, B.C MU 2-S261  �����--*-_*-��-*^*^��^  M^*^--*^���^�����^*^���^��^*^���l��^*^'^*���****^^'*-^********-,***'*****^-****^���^���^^l^���^*^l*!^^l^*  y<l;  WORKING   WITH   CANADIANS   IN    EVERY   WALK   OF    LIFE   SINCE   1817  NO DIBIT  DUE THE  of mum  DRESS SUM  and  BOURRIE & MeiMAK GENERAL IIIVHIIITIIIIN  on account of their contribution  ���   '      "   ������    :'    '' "      i' X.-'  i 1     '��� ���'   '' *'��� . '���' ..'���'"���  tp the grpwth of Gibsons  KB. GORDON & KENNEH LTD.  ^; ���'/'���^I^JiEStttfe &  GIBSONS, B.C. SECHH.L B:C?  A SIGN OF SERYIOE  ���4i.'.  i.". .'. i ��� v, j.'.ij \\T,  \lMy..yW\\\,.\\.\:i.w��\. Coast News,' Oct.  24,   1963:  HALFMOON BAY NOTES  ALSO NEW GAMES  October 24  8 p.m.  SHARP  SCHOOL HALL  Gibsons  (By MARY TINKLEY)  The closing of the McPhalen  cottage recently was a very special occasion for a gathering of  this big and close family. There  was the Hugh;McPhalen,Wedding  -anniversary to celebrate, two  birthdays, those of Hugh McPhalen and his brother Chuck, but  there was an element of sadness,  too, for it was also a farewell  party for the Hugh , McPhalens  who will be spending the next  three years in Chile. .      ,  Last year; Hugh McPhalen retired from his po9t as machine  room supervisor at the Powell  River mill after 40 years service.  He, with other Canadians, is going to Nacimiento t0 help organise a new newsprint mill aiul to  train ' Chilians in the operation  of it. The mill which has been  constructed by Sandwell International Ltd. is about 300 miles  from Santiago.  ��� :'.; .������; JJ7* :���'.,*���;��� .,.*  ���������.���     ���;.:   '..  .  The party, in which 18 children  and grandchildren of the McPhalens participated,  started off in  high spirits with a turkey dinner.  House Numbers  AVAILABLE AT  HOWE SOUND  5-10-15c STORE  Come and See Them  De Malay Mother.' Circle  TURKEY DINNER  Sat., Oct. 26 - 7 p.m.  LEGION  HALL  - Gibsons  ANNUAL MEETING  Sunshine Coast Toorist 4sxofialion  PENDER HARBOUR HOTZL.  Sunday, October 27  MEETING WILL START AT I iP.M.  followed by speeches and presentations. Mrs. McPhalen was given a three piece lounge , set in  polished cotton and Hugh McPhalen received a fitted dressing  case of hand tooled leather.: At  the end of October, the McPhalens will fly to Ottawa to say  goodbye to their son Arthur and  his family. At Toronto, they will  meet-other families headed for  the Nacimiento niill and the party will fly from there to Chile  with stopovers in Mexico City,  Lima and Santiago.  ���   *     #     *  While the cottage will undoubtedly still be a happjr aiadMvely  place during the next three summers, well patronized by twp.igen-  erations of McPhalens^* Mitteriis,  Urquharts and Hunters, Hugh  and Agnes McPhalen will be  greatly missed.  Members of the Lovers,of Life  League are reminded that the  next expedition will be oh Saturday, Oct. 26, starting at 2 p.m. v  On Oct. 27, there will ibe a Harvest Festival at The Church of  His Presence with a special, children's service at 11 a.m. and:Evensong at 3 p.m. Thank offering  gifts should be left at the church  by noon Saturday and will be sent  to St. Mary's Hospital.  Mr. K. Zetkin has returned to  his home at Middle Point after  undergoing surgery at St. Paul's  Hospital.  Recent guests at the Joe Adams  were George and Jessie Pool of  ��� West Vancouver.  Miss Connie Lanham has returned to her home in Winnipeg  for a holiday and her niece, Shirley Gark, who has been assisting  her in the Coffee Shop, has left  to make her home at North Bay,  Ont.  *     *      *  The Roy Doyles have bought a  new home- in North-Vancouver.  ; Mrs. Sadie Edmunds is a patient in.St:\Paul's Hospital.  1 Mrs. HL'R^ Pearce has left for  Vancouver-.and plans to spend  part of.,the winter' visiting her  daughter, Irene Boys, at Santa  Barbara.' "\J"xJ" l \'- ���7X:.7i  Stan and; /Suef Tyson have re- <  turned to tlife Queen Charlotte Is- \  lands after spending, the' T-ianks- ;  giving holiday at the Tschaikow- !  sky house. ,.  XXi \;:.X:^x7 X      ' I  Mrs. B.McCaul, called to Van- I  couver by the  sudden  death of !  her stepfather, J. J. Dowling, is  remaining there for a  while to  care for her mother.  Don't forget i.the cookery demonstration at the Pender High  School auditorium on Friday  night at 8,p.m. Busleave's Sechelt  at5 6:45 and wiil pick up passengers at the Shell Station at Half- '���  moon Bay at 7 pjn. Phone Mrs.  Meuse at-885-9340 for reservations  All stubs of tickets sold should '  be handed to Mrs. Rutherford or  MrsrMeusei iii-mediately.;   ''".' J;  ROBERTS CREEK  ^By MADGE NEWMAN)  A family re-union took place on  Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs...  L. Flumerfelt, Roberts Creek.  Twenty-seven members gathered  including Mr. and Mrs. M. Flumerfelt and daughter Wendy; Mr.  and Mrs. D. Urquhart and Brad  Folka, all of New Westminster;  the Bud Fishers, Gibsons; the  "Ron Hughes family, Roberts  Creek; the Brian Flumerfelts.  Roberts  Creek;  Dave and Janet  Flumerfelt, Hopkins Landing; and  Errol and Darlene Flumerfelt.  Sechelt, also Gary and Richard  It was too bad there were no  talent scouts at the regular OES  meeting on Thursday when the  talented Wilson Creek group of  three, Mrs^B. Bing, Mrs. K.  Franski and- Mrs. H. Pearson,  made their bid for fame in an original western drama.  It is the policy of the chapter  to provide a brief floor show during the supper hour once a month  with each district taking a turn  at   its   productioa  .  COAST NEWS WM ADS  ARE REAL SALESMEN  ONLY BY COMPARISON  CAN YOU FIND VALUE  BEFORE YOU BUY GET AN ESTIMATE ON A' FULLY .AUTOMATIC  ROCKGAS HEATING SYSTEM. LEARN  WHY SO MANY HOMES ARE GOING  ROCKGAS. -  ��� Cost to Install        ��� Benefits  # Cost to Operate  ILLUSTRATED IS JUST ONE OF  , THE MANY UNITS AVAILABLE  COMPLEXLY INSTALLED  tfl#bown  7% Inferesf  up to 5 years  f       i.r  GIBSONS HARDWARE Ltd      C & S SALES & SERVICE  Ph;8&6-24��! SECHELT, B.C.  Ph.  885-8713  Dieter's TV & HI-FI Service  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.  Phone S86&384 ��� GIBSONS  Mil! 11,1 THEATRE  THURS.,   FRI. ���  Oct  24 &  25  David McLean, Charles Bronson  X-15  Starts at 8, out at 10 p.m.  SAT.,  MON.    ���     Oct. 26 & 28  Jerry Lewis, Phyllis Kirk  SAD SACK  Two  Shows   Sat.  8 and 10 p.m.  WEDNESDAY,   OCT.   30  OPERETTA NIGHT  THE FIREFLY  All seats $1  Starts at 8, out at 10:20 p.m.  For a Smart Fall & Winter  Wardrobe Shop at ... .  H. Bishop Ladies' Wear  COATS ��� CAR COATS ��� SUITS ��� DRESSES ��� SKIRfi ��� KNITWEAR  BLOUSES ���SUMS      ��� .,-���-��� ^-.  Also a lovely selection of HOUSE COATS, LOUNGING PYJAMAS  v and KAYSER LINGERIE  H EliHQP LADIES'WEAR  Ph. 885-2002 SECHELT & GIBSONS Ph. 886-2109  Ladies Wear is our ONLY business  C & S Sale  '" . -. ��    ft-i'' /W/ 't  to  er 2  THE 50XAL, a "big. oven" range that  will be ��� up-to-date for years to come..  Full length.. fluorescent lamp y~- condiment shelf, electric minute .minder, non-  drip main top, automatic .clock controlled oven, oven light, and large prema-'  "view window are only 7 of the model  50 XAL's 24 features.  Reg.$3m50  MODEL 50 XAL  ELECTRIC. MODEL $198.00  1 Only Marchand Electric Clothes Dryer, Reg. SI89.00  S/TLE PRICE f 149-00  1 Only Beatty Electric Clothes Dryer, Reg. 3169-50  SALE PRICE $139-50  1 Only Thor Square Tub Wringer Washer- Reg. $249.50  SPECIAL $188 ����  1 Kelvinator 30-inch Electric Range- Reg.   $229.50  ,     SALE PRICE $188-00  1 Only Admiral Sterio and Radio Combination; Reg. $359.50     ������  ���>��� I ���  re clear *295-99  f Only V/i H.P. West Bend Outboard, Reg. $282:50 -     ^ ; 1f  V TO CHAR f2^C|*Si  4 Seegler feai Heaters Fully Autoniatic, Regl $249.50^~<i'tv  SPECIAL $185  C & SSALES AND  YOU SAVE  $4000  YOU SAVE  $30.00  YOU SAVE  $61 50  YOU SAVE  $4150  YOU SAVE  $6450  tQU SAVE  , *52.5e  YOU SAVE  I64.5d  * *. i i.^L '���,'  Sechelt, HC:~ Ph. 88&S7B Jesms&tlu&ukikhixfriaidtr^  Questions for Sechelt PTA  The October meeting of the  Sechelt Elementary PTA on  Oct. 10, during Parent-Teachers  Week gave parents the opportunity to suggest' what they  would like to have brought to  the attention of their children  and themselves.  ,���������. Some topics uhder ;discussipn  ���were:-..;. .."..'., '\ - "'.'���-'-��� *  '���������  1. Do you wish to give your  time, to preparing": a Christmas  concert. since there is not one  being prepared by the"teachers  this year?  2. Could the high school pro^r  gram be more clearly explained:  as it was felt children are falling into   the s general, programX  without realizing what disadvantages there - are when looking for  work. ��� X:-x7x';7^yX7'.XXi.  What and where^are: vocation- ���  al schools? Can they accommodate   the ' many "children   who  drop out from school?  3. Could a local doctor, together with a suitable film, discuss   with   the   children  in   the  ROBERTS CREEK  ��<Bjy MADGE NEWMAN)  The Roberts Creek pupils of  Mrs. Warn.and the grade fives _  from Mr. Fleming's room have  organized this year's Junior Red  Cross Group and have adopted .  The Good Samaritans as a fit-  tingV���; name. The officers are:  President, Ken.Bland; secretary,  DebrayA Marsh; vice-president,  Kurt Day; treasurer, Ken Kara-  teew and reporter, Don Marsh.  The group plans to meet each  Thursday. The club is richer by  $1;18, ^donated by ^hc local  Brownies.  Intermediate grades, and their  parents,' the facts about tobacco  in relation to. the growing .child?  4. -'Can we in .any, way^assist  with improving our local-park?  The four delegates who attended the regional  conference  feel  that.parents should be more pon-  cerned-as.; toXhpw   the present  system   of ^education    prepares.'  .. children' for  what  they require  after   they   leave: school;   that:  parents J ^should .'take \ part ���,-.��� with v  their children in programs rath-  ::. er than  excluding the  children;  parents     should     co-operate  to  improve   their,, own community:;  The"   annual Crural    ratepayers  meeting  will be  held on  Wed.,  Nov.   13   in   the   Sechelt  School  Activity   room; and   ratepayers  are urged,\tp hear the report;.discuss 'any matters concerning it,.  and election  of representatives;  Donate to CNIB  Ladies of Roberts Creek Le-  ,gion thank all who helped make-  the rummage sale a-success  with their donations of money  and goods.  During the last meeting it was  passed that the usual donations  go to the CNIB, and final arrangements were, made for the  auxiliaries' ^semi-annual zone  meeting on Oct." 30, and for the  refreshments to be served after  the parade and ^service on Nov.  11.  Next whist is on Oct. 25. The  date set for the Christmas  bazaar is Dec. 6. The branch  will be holding a get together  in the hall on Nov. 9. All members of Legions and Auxiliaries,  wives and friends are invited.  Coast News,   Oct.  24,   1963.        7  Falcons to  help flyers  The National Research Council of Canada has announced in  Ottawa the retention of a Victoria man, Frank L Beebe for  work related-to the air safety,  studies of the Council's associate  . committee on aircraft engine  bird strikes.  Mr Beebe, who is director for  Canada  of the North American  /,FalccnGrs...association, will train  a number of "peregrine falcons  to be used as a possible means  of controlling other bird populations at Canadian airports  He will work under a contract  issued by the Canadian Wildlife  Service, one of the associate  committee's member' groups investigating ways of preventing  air accidents "or damage to engines caused by the collision of  birds and aircraft  Organizations co-operating in  the work are the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute, Canadian . Pacific Airlines;-t'the  Can-  '- adiah'Wildlife: Service,' -the. ;De-;X  partment;���.'of Tvans'yort,.-'the'������National   Research   Council,. Rolls-  Royce  of   Canacc liirnited^ the  ;  Royal Canadian Air Force, and  Trans-Canr.da: Air-Lines ;;  .tittupipjwniw  Beauty  Salon  j:''-   Ph. '885-9525';"/;,../."*''.''  HAIRSTYUN6  designed just for you  Coldwaving ���- Coloring  .Tuesday to Saturday  XXX7XJ CWL WINNERS  :?t|e;C.W.L. of Sechelt 19th annual'bazaar raffle winners were:  Bulova watch, Mr. J. H. Mas-  sner^ Selma Park; quilt, Miss  L. Home, Garden Bay;* doll and  wardrobe^ Mrs. L. Benner, Selma Park; hamper draw, Bernie  Duval, Selma Park and Mrs.  Germaine Lizee, Sechelt; winner of the Corning ware set was  Mrs. J. Heskins, Selma Park,  s The C.W.L. thangs all their  many donors of merchandise for  their generosity.  r~*1^   l*~- f  JAMBOREE-ON-AIR^f*  The 6th Jamboree-bn-the-Air,  October 19 - 20, is sponsored by  the Boy Scouts World bureau,  Ottawa tok encourage Boy Scouts  around the world to" exchange  greetings and ideas by means  of short wave radio. Amateur  radio station operators are most  helpful in making this event  such a success. Vancouver-Coast  Region troops wishing to participate should contact their district co-ordinatbr   immediately.  .....5  527���BUTTERFLY BEAUTY���a one-patch (quilt that wiU win you  praise from; everyone. Use the brightest scraps you can find. Pattern pieces; charts;'directions; yardages. ��� . i.  911���LOOKS LIKE ELEGANT CUTWORK���actually satin, outline;  lazy-daisy stitches.' Decorate a pair of gift towels,, cases, scarf. Six  motifs, 4xl2V6 inches; directions. '  848���COLOR TO CROW/.ABOUT���-gay, rick-rack trimmed roosters  liven up a kitchen, dinette. Embroider them on towels, cloths; aprons  curtains. Four 8x8^-inch motifs.  THIRTY-FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern to Laura Wheeler,,care of Coast News, Needlecraft Dept., 60  Front Street West Toronto, Ont. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER,  your NAME and ADDRESS.  '.,   NEWEST RAGE���SMOCKED accessories plus 208 exciting needle  craft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog���just out! Fashions,  furnishings to. crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free  pattern. Send 25c.   .  To all my Friends  and Customers  By now many of you know thai! have taken the position of Sales  Representative with Zephyr Motors; 130 W. Broadway, between Cambie  and Main. ' )..  I have appreciated our business dealings in the past and hope that  if there is anything else ! can do for your in connection with Automobiles.  you will contact me-  As regards to service work on any vehicle I have sold fo you/1  know this firm will look after your needs-  In this new position, I will be able to visit the Peninsula regularly/  and can offer the truck and car buyer a good selection of new and used  units. ���; ���.'-;���  - ���-  PLEASE PHONE COLLECT FOR APPOINTMENTS  BUS. TR 2-7411��� RES. BR 7-6497  AT PRESENT I SUGGEST YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF 1963 CLEAR OUT PRICES  ON ALL MODELS. ZEPHYR MOTORS OFFERS COMPLETE FINANCING  AT THE LOWEST INTEREST RATES IN THE INDUSTRY.  MICKEY COE  FORD FAMILY OF FINE PRODUCTS  ZEPHYR IMOTO  (1960) LIMITED  /���> i *V   y*>7.$   s * M  you'll fifce this beer  And no wonder! It's the Canadian beer %ttVwioggj^  new friends all over the world. _  say "MABEL, BLACK LABEL?  S  B9450-8     This attvtrtisetnent it not published or displayed t��y the liquor Control Birt��r by tte Government "off BritiJh Cotumbit. * COMING EVENTS  Oct. 25, Roberts Creek Legion,  Whist, 8 p.m.  Oct.'25, Friday i 8 p.m., Cooking  School, Pender Harbour High  School Auditorium.  -*  ___             I _______  Oct. 26, DeMolay Mother's Circle  Turkey Dinner, 7 p.m., Legion  Hall, Gibsons.  Nov. 2, St. Bartholomew's Anglican _���.,-,W.A. Bazaar, School- Hall,  Sat., 2 p.m., Free Transportation  from old Post Office corner.  Nov. 16, Mount Elphinstone Chapter No. 65, O.E.S., Bazaar, Gibsons School Hall, 2-4:30 p.m.  SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE  WANTED TO RENT  MISC. FOR SALE (Cont'd)  WEDDINGS  Mrs. E. A. McCartney. Knuls-"  ford, B.C.,. announces the marriage of her daughter Sharon Esther, to Richard Mathew Anton-  iak, son of-Mr. and Mrs. N. An-  toniak, Kamloops, B.C.  CARD OF THANKS  We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of the people on the Peninsula who so generously came to our assistance  after the loss of our home by fire.  Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lehmann  and family.  FLORISTS*  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345, Hopkins  Landing.  Flowers, for: all occasions.  Eldred's  Flower   Shop,   Sechelt.  Phone 885-4455  HELP WANTED : ^ A XX.  ,..'77'  X  Person to look after two small  boys from Nov. 11 to 15 inclusive.  Live in. Phone 884-5260.  Watchman for upcoast logging  camp. Universal Timber. Phone  886-9613.  HELP WANTED (FEMALE)  HEALTH UNIT AIDE V  (Part-Time) ;;.' ';'  required for  GIBSONS-HOWE SOUND  HEALTH UNIT  - BX...Civil Service"y-.y  SALARY $1.23 per hour. Duties  involve   cleaning and   sterilizing  clinical   equipment,   maintaining  medical and laundry supplies and  other duties as required, amounting to 14-hours per month. For  application  forms  apply IMMEDIATELY to the Director, Gdlb-  sons-Howe   Sound  Health   Unit,  Box 78; GIBSONS rBC  COMPETITlbriT NO.7 63:571.  WORK WANTEDv;  Young lady, early 20's, requires  work. Will consider any type.  Phone 886-2783/ *  ROTOTILLING --field or garden  POWER RAKING ���-* lawns  HEDGE CUPPING  PLOWING ^ i    t   :  MOWING ��� field orlawn  LIGHT BLADE WORK  PAINT SPRAYING  ROY BOLDERSON 885-9530 eves.  BOATS, MARINE  33 ft. boat, $125 or nearest offer.  Phone 886-2816.  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 ya' ton; $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per box  R. N.HASTlkQS; North Rd.  Gibsons  We" deliver anywhere   on the  Peninsula. For. prices phone  - 886-9902  1 . HOPKINS        '  2 bedroom, full bsmt. ������ Mod  em, view home close to- wharf  ���and ferry. Auto-oil-heating, Pembroke bathroom, two extra rooms  in bsmt. Full price $11,950, easy  terms.  SOAMES POINT  Waterfront ��� Substantial,fully  modern 7 room home with cut-  stone fireplace in spacious 29 ft.  living room, self-contained suite  in-bsmt. Plus 3 bedroom, beach  cottage with fireplace. Property  150 x 250 feet beautifully landscaped. Slopes gently from high,  way to protected, fine sandy  beach. Exceptional potential! Full  price $28,500 Terms.  GRANTHAMS  View Lot ��� Fully serviced  treed lot with magnificent southerly, view. Priced to sell at' Full  price $850. - (  GIBSONS  3 bedroom, bsmt. ��� Family  home on cleared 2.8 acres with  creek. Full high basement with  extra plumbing. Pembroke bathroom. Excellent well with pressure system. Full price $8,000  with easy terms.  3 bedroom ��� Modern, view  home, on beautifully landscaped  lot. Utility off spacious kitchen,  Living room 25 feet with picture  window. Extra plumbing in base^  vment. Full price $11,500 with  :; easy^'tems. ;    , :   ���':::..: ..XXJ.: ..  ',"  PENDER HARBOUR: V  NEW, NEW ��� Park-like0 water,  front development in the centre,  of beautiful island studded Pen-  ; der Harbour close���,; to Madeira  Park Easy access from highway^  All lots over half acre with safe,  year-round moorage. Remarkable  values at prices from $2,750.  Terms available.  Call Frank Lewis at Gibsons  office, 886-9900 (24 hrs.) or Morton Mackay, Res. 888-7782.  GIBSONS     apd    BUR9UITLAM  PENINSULA PROPERTIES  Homes: - Waterfront - Acreage  Business  property X'X:XXXXX-y-::-X  Building contracts  .Mortgages���<-,.? '-X\  Sub-division consultants  TERRACE HEIGHTS  Choice^view lots with all" village  fac3_it.es.  priced from $1,900   to  $2,500; :*500 down;  Rear ^Esfafe---Iiisiiraii���e  r  Sunriycrest'Shopping Centre  GIBSONS,  B.C;    J PH. 880-2481  Fully serviced view lot, cleared  ready for building, has hew one-  car garage on/ A real buy at  $27Q0.  .'������"''- '���'������'���'.'  Close to Sechelt, over 1 ac, 150'  sandy beach lovely 3 br. home,-  all electric  kitchen,   nook,   lge.  view living and dining room ' all  on one floor. 2 cabins on proper- '  ty. Real potential here. Call in, or;  phone for details. .  66' view lot in area-of new  homes, priced for quick sale at  only $1,750.  FOR THE CHOICE  PROPERTIES  CONTACT  K. BUTLER REALTY & Insurance  Box 23, Gibsons B.C.  Phone 886^2000. . ���"���;-.���'  *  DAVIS BAY  Almost new 2 br. Panabode  home on nice waterfront lot 80' x  300'. See us for this.  WEST  SECHELT  Three bedroomed house with  basement and furnace on approximately 2& acres! land. 'Priced  well below vame ��� at $8500 with  some terms.  PORPOISE BAY AREA        7 *  '  2 bedroomed house on good lot:  priced for, quick sale, $39.00. $700 <  down.';��� ���.������''  :' *.'�����;"'--.;'���.      ';���- :f J, ��� *'.���  ;   To see any of these phone:  Office: 885-2065, or  Eves.: E. Surtees 885-9303  C. E. King, 885-2066  AGGETT AGENCIES Ltd.  $1,000 X&owtij 2 -:pdrm;i West;'Sechelt. i 50' X view- waterfront-^ lot,:  Kitchen-range' included ;l $5500-FP:,  ���224 \&& wltei^nt;^1- beari_-;;  West ISechelt. ;/Den,Wfir^la'ceX  Guest cabjrCi;3 5lots landscaped;-  good water supply!. Priced to sell  Silver Sands /view home, 5 acres  with year round ;trout stream.  Large well. Built shop; wired 220.  Ideal for small manufacturing  plant. Priced to sell.  View lots, clear, level. Davis  Bay close to beach. 70 x 120. $1550  F.P.; $500 dn.  4 room home. Over 1 acre,  Good water supply. - F.P. $3500.  $1500 D.P., bal $20 per month.  For these and other good buys,  Call:  Jack   Anderson 885-9565  John Goodwin 885-4461  Bob   Kent 885-4461  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.!  Realty & insurance   i  Phone 885-2161/ Box 155, Sechelt.  Attractive waterfront property  with living accommodation 'and  good water supply. $4250 full  price. '   '  Phone 886-2191  3^_ acres looking over the Gulf  snap for $1,250 full price.     ,  Phone 886-2191  "A Sign  of Service"  H. B. GORDON & KENNETT Ltd.  Real Estate & Insurance;  Gibsons   " 'Sechelt  886-2191 885-2013  (R. F. Kennett ��� Notary Public)  PROPERTY FOR SALE   (  By owner, 3 br. house, auto oil,  eleCi h.w., wired for range, fife-  place, large lot. 886-9993.  Roberts Creek ��� 5 acres on Sechelt Highway, attractively finished 3 room cottage; outbuildings. Reasonably priced, easy  terms. CHARLES STEELE, Realtor. 1325 Kingsway, Van. 10. TR  4-1611..:...  V/i acre, 80 ft. frontage, ready  for building. Water available. Ph.  886-2340.  MADEIRA PARK  Semi view lots, for sale  Liberal Terms  E. S. JOHNSTONE, 883-2386  8Mi acres, Roberts Creek, with  well,  $1200 cash. Phone 886-9984.  240' on Chaster Rd. x 105' deep,  1 building oh cement slab, site  28' x 32', 1 building size 10* x 40'  on cement slab, water to property, septic, tank and 220 power.  Land all cleared and two thirds  de-rocked ready for garden. For  quick sale, $2700. Phone 886-9333.  New South view sub-division near  good beach, swimming, boating,  fishing. Large lots or acreage,  from $900. Beautiful Gower Point,  near Gibsons. R. W. Vernon, Ph.  886-9813.  WATERFRONT LOTS  EARL'S COVE SUBDIVISION  Adjacent to Earl's Cove Ferry  terminal on Sunshine Coast  Highway. Beautiful view of  Jervis Inlet. Excellent fishing  and boating. Good site for motel and boat rentals.  Waterfront lots   $3,500.  View lots from $1800.  10% down. Easy terms on balance. Discount for  cash.  O. SLADEY  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Phone 883-2233  FOR RENT  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Successful local business needs  money to expand. $3000 and up  needed. Will-pay 8% < interest, fully secured by local property. Replies treated strictly confidential;  Box 689, Coast News.  'Swap  Income property on T.C.H. near  Safeway, Langley, B.C., take property with home as part,payment, or what have you. Balance  on terms: to suit. Phone 886-2,195  or write Box 687. Coast News,  COAST NEWS WANT AOS  ARE REAL SALESMEN  $1750 handles 2'br. all electric,  home, double garage and workshop. Carport. Beautiful lawn and  . garden.       '*"     '.'*''    -'X,- '��� -  Elphinstone ,Rd., Granthams,'2  br.  furnished house.  $1500   will  . handle. Special price,all cash.    -,.  Whitaker Beach, one lot only,  one of the nicest beaches between  Gibsons and Pender Harbour.  >   5  acres, Modern 2 hr.  home.  $14,500. AH in garden arid: lots of  et^fe & Insurance  Marme   Drive* Gibsons  Phones: 886-2166,  Kes. 886-2496  1 bedroom house, Porpoise Bay,  available; Suitable for single person or couplej Phone 885-2093.  Unfurnished cottage, Gower Pt.  Rd., 3 rooms, bath and pantry.  From Nov. 1.. Ifhone. 886-247SL  2 bedroom beach cottage, Roberts   Creek, $35.< Phone 886-2079.  Cozy all electric 1 bedroom log  cabin on waterfront,. 886-9813.  Cabin -for rent' in' Gibsons. Ph.  886-2629 or write P.O. Box 250,  Gibsons.; - <;���:. ��������� yry.J   ] ; y   ���  Large semi-furnished, 0n water in  Gunboat Bay at Pender.Harbour.  $65. 'See Dan Johnston, or write  Ri .Battryn, 455 Hermosa, North  Vancouver. YU 8-7245.  2 bedroom suite, Headlands. Ph.  866-2312.  1 bedroom house, 1712 Seaview  Road, Apply CY 9-3788 or 1606  Marine, Drive, Gibsons; Saturday  or Sunday.  3. room ^partly- furnished waterfront suite. 2 beds, hot and cold  water, shower and fridge. No objection to children. $45 a month.  Phone' 886-2403.    '    "7X).- >  Small furnished cottage,! Ritz Mo-  telephone ;886-2877..  , ���.���'..���������'>���<-������- , ___  :Stdte.:.fqr,wor-dng'vWOfean; $30 per  month' and pay own oil. Phone  886-9525. -  Either 3 bedroom or 2 bedroom     ^ew stroller, Phone 886-7792.  with/basement; ;\yired for electric  stove/ Vicinity of Gibsons. Phone  886,2600.     ���'������'  !  Oil burning cookstove,,(with electric blower) X in -good condition.  Phone 883-2660 before 3 p.m.  EOOM^AND BOARD  WANi'__  .'' Room;and board with private en.  ; trance,- Wilson Creek area. Phone  885-9785.  BUILDING MATERIALS  JOHN DE KLEER  BUH.DING ��� CONTRACTING  Wilson Creek, B.C.  PHONE 885-2050  MISC. FOR  SALE  Apples for sale. Phone 886-2323.  Oil heater, cost $84.50, size, 36"  high, 27" wide, 18" deep, new  automatic draft and regulator,  elbow and- pipe included, $42. As-.  sorted colors, enamel and latex  paints, quarts $1, pints 25c. Ph.  886-7780.  W/n Briggs and Stratton, very  good condition, clutch, shaft and  propelior. Reasonable offer. Ph.  886-2149.  Transistor ,and electric radilos  and automatic kettles on sale at  Earls,   886-9600.  1 50,000 B.T.U. Coleman floor furnace, $35. August Seibert, Irvines  Landing.  Phone 883-2658.  Oil barrel and. stand; wood and  coal stove, cheap for cash. Ph.  886-9327. .  Clare propane range; glass lined  H.W. tank, gas tanks and regulator, gas contract. Phone 886-7730.  Muskrat coat, full lenth, size 14-  16; dark red,: mohair coat size  l&/2. Phone 886-9354.  2 5.90 x 14 Goodyear tubeless Suburban, snowtires, used 3 months,  (not recaps) $24; for quick sale,  1 good used combination G.E. electric stove and garbage burner,  ). Phone 886-2477.  Used TVs, $30 and up. Large selection, excellent buys. Phone 885-  '9777.   ;.:   ,   ,���:.:  1 used oil range, $85,  1 propane range; ���  1 used Servel Propane refrigerator. :  All good value  MARSHALL WELLS STORE  Phone Sechelt.885-2171  Planet junior garden tractor, in  worldng order, with plow, cultivator and : disc. Any reasonable  offer. Phone 886-2340.J: 77.  Hunters! 10 ft; truck: camper, insulated, propane stove, ready to  go. $575 cash. Phone 883^2418.  Hunting equipment of all kinds,  sleeping bags, gun cases, etc:,  rifles, shotguns,. ammo., rain  clothes.  Guns sold on consignment.  Walt Nygren Sales  886-9303  SPECIAL  on 1963 Beatty water pumps  and water systems. Trade in  your old pump now for $ savings. Ray Newman Plumbing;  886-9678.  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C _ S Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,   Sechelt.  Mushroom Manure  Non-Acid Topsoil  Weedless, odorless,  easy to handle, general purpose humus fertilizer, ideal for lawn dressing or  base, large and small fruits, vege  tables and flowers. Ph. 886-9813.  Small fridge; washing machine.  Good condition. Phone 886-2139.,  45' x 8' Rollohome trailer, 2 bed.  room furnished, including washer, jdryer,. TV and porch. $3500.  Phone 885-^4^7.  YOUR DO_LAR HAS  MORE CENTS Aff  EARL'S & WALT'S  ^86-8600 '_ 886-9303  2 screen doors, 10 windows, various sizes; what offers? Pike  pole;, peavy; gal. steel double  laundry tubs with lid, $10; 2 mallets; 1 wedge; 1 pick; 1 mattock:  What offers? 3 drawer chest and  mirror, $3. Phone 886-9966, Mrs.  Lawson, Bay Rd.,   Gibsons.  Axminster rug, 9 x 10V6, tan with  pattern, good condition, $25. Ph.  885-9504.  Give fresh oysters to a good cook  and you have seafood supreme.  > Serve them often. Available at  food stores and cafes. Oyster Bay  Oyster  Co.,   R. Bremer,  Pender  Harbour.  . >.,- ' , �� ���   Large size wooden crib, $10;  large size tricycle, $6, good condition. Phone 886-9819.   ,  10-14 young laying hens, noh-leg-  ;horn. Box 690, Coast News.  Successful local 'business needs  money to expand. $3000 and up  needed. Will pay 8% interest, fully secured by local property. Replies treated strictly confidential.  Box 689, Coast News.  Used cast iron wood burning box  stove, small or medium size pre-  fered. Reply Box 6SS, Coast News.  Wanted for wrecking, Chev or  Pontiac, 1949 to '52. Ph. 886-2816.  TIMBER WANTED  Will buy timber  or timber and  land. Cash.  Phone  886-9984.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Spanish arid German, beginners or advanced students, individual instruction 0v groups.  Elsa Propp, 886-9850:  BRICKLAYER  Custom built fireplaces, chimneys  Brick and block building  Slate, Sandstone, Cut granite  Bill Hartle 886-2586  Your scrapmetal is worth cash,  at Simpkins Place, Davis Bay,  Phone 885-2132.  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework���Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734  Flor    guaranteed watch    and  jewelry    repairs, see    Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work   done  on the premises. tfn  PEDICURIST  'Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop.  '   .      '��� 885-9778  Evenings by Appointment  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic wiring, rewiring and  alterations from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Free estimates.  Phone 886-9320 evenings.  Used  furniture,  or what have  you?; AI's Used Furniture, Gib-!  sons, Ph. 886-9950.  - .��������:"'���RAY'   ���" -  NEWMAN PLUMBING  {^*��y&ti&inte., ���;';--  ;        Phone 886-9678  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED -REPAIRED  Tree falling, topping or removing: lower limbs .tor view. Insured work from Port Mellon  to ^Pender Harbour. Phone  886-9946, Marvin Volen.  WATER  SURVEY   SERVICES  HYDROPURE   wate^ sterilizer  water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and stump blasting. R.R. 1, Sechelt., Phone 885-9510.  :    ��-��������� i ���    ���_���! i ��������� ���-. .in., ���������   i ,i ..m.i.     ii     .,  LAUNDRY & DRY   CLEANING  FUR  STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts   Creek,   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky  Number  October 19 ��� 39973, Orange  ROBERTS CREER  CREDIT UNION  Sechelt/ B.C.  . '������ ' Phone 885-9551  Serving Gibsons through to  .' Halfmoon Bay  Office Hours, Wed., Thurs., Fri.,  11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Watch Repairs & Jewelry  MARINE MEN'S  WEAR  Ph.  886-2116,  GIBSONS  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  M  ���   ���  WANT TO BE A  HAPPIER DRIVER?       BPTAWCW CAH WQV  vm a M>w-ooar ut-e_xsu.u_d  21"   Westinghouse  TV,   in   good  condition, reasonable. Phone 886.  2149.  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  Twilight Theatre  ,Coffling M 5 & I  Explains... what  PARENTS CANT.'  No children admitted anlets with parents  HUSBANOS . . . WIVES  SEE IT TOGETHER l    .  CARS FOR SALE (Cont'd)  '59 Vanguard, low mileage, top  shape, $840. Can be seen at Goold-  rup Boatworks. Phone 886-9897.  '56 Buick convertible, Roadmas-  ter, $950. Phone 888-2831-  '���0 NSU custom Prinz, radio, $600  Phone .886-9686 between 12 and 1  and 5 and 7 p.m.  '56 Oldsmobile hardtop. White  with red interior. P.S. and P.B.,  automatic. Excellent condition.  Porpoise  Bay Rd., Ph.   885-4476.  | ���������������������-������--mi ������--^-���_^_���       ���  - -^������_�����  Church Services  ^ ^   ANGUCANr-  St.  Hilda's. Sechelt  9:30 a.m.. Holy Communion  :.   11 a.m., Church School  {   'St. Bartholomew's,  Gibsons  11:15 a.m.,.Matins  11:15 am., Church School  St. Aldan's, Roberts Creek  3   p.m., ��� Evensong  11 a.m., Church School  Egmont  3 p.m. Evensong  ';,���;:   Church :of His Presence  3 p.m. Everisbhg  Madeira Park  7:30 p.m., Evensong  UNITED  Gibsons  .  ���"' 11 a.m., Sunday School  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m., Divine Service  Roberts  Creek        \  2 p.m., Divine Service  Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m., Divine Worship  Sunday School,  9:45 a.m.  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  Anglican Communion 9:15 a.m.  1st Sunday of each month  Anglican Service 9:15 a.m.  3rd Sunday of each month  United Church Service 9:15 a.m.  All other Sundays  BAPTIST  Bethel Baptist,  Sechelt  11:15  a.m., Worship  Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  Calvary   Baptist,   Gibsons  7:30 p.m., Evening Service  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs  ST. VINCENT'S '  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary,  Gibsons, 10:30 a.m.  CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS  Qhurch Services  and  Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m..  Roberts  Creek United  Church  Radio Program: The Bible  Speaks to You, over CJOR, 600,  8:30 p.m. every Sunday  PENTECOSTAL      ~"  Gibsons  10 a.m., Sunday School  11 a.m., Devotional  7:30   p.m.,  Evangelistic  Service  Tues., 7:30 p.m.. Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m., Young People  Sat., 7:30 p.m., Prayer  GIAD 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  Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Rally ALBERT EDWARD SOPP  Albert Edward Sopp, 78. of  Gibsons, died in Shaughnessy hos-  .pital, Oct. 14 and was buried on  Oct. 18 with Rev. Roy Durnford  officiating. Burial. was made in  Forest Lawn Memorial Park. He  leaves three sons; Albert, Shore  Hills,- New   Jersey; s Leslie   in.  Montreal and William at Owen  Sound, Ont. There are six grandchildren.  ASSISTANT NAMED   ��� :';,,-  Edward LeWarne _as been appointed assistant; cubmaster- for  the 1st Wilson Creek,Cub pack.  View Glass  Window glass, Plate, Mirrors  ... WINTERIZE NOW ,, .  - ��� "     ���* ��� Ph, 88��-24��4-  .*������ '    -.    r    I'  Come in and see our  New Fall Lines  A COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES,.���../������������ : -XX  Beautiful Lingerie for Gift Giving  USE OUR LAY-AWAY PUN  Helen's Fashion  GIBSONS ��� Ph. 88Qr��94XL  2-Bedroom, 32x16, $1400 ��� 1-Bedroom, 24x16, $1200  EVERY PANEL INSULATED  NO 4%  Everything included except the furniture, easily erected  PLAN AND INSTRUCTIONS  SUPPLIED  Jackson Equipment Ltd. will partly or completely erect  any house at slight additional cost  SEE SAMPLE OPPOSITE SEAVIEW CEMETERY  JACKSON EQUIPMENT CO.  Phone:  885-4464-- 885-2104 - 885-9621  GIBSONS  DID YOU KNOW  Twilight brings you the widest variety  of entertainment for your pleasure?  DID YOU KNOW  Tues.   at the Twilight  2 are admitted  for the price of one?  DID YOU KNOW  the   Twilight   is the newest theatre  in  all of Western Canada?  and Three New Shows each and every week  Arbutus lodg  greets visitors  Wednesday, October 16 was a  pleasantly full day for Arbutus  Rebekah Lodge when members  were host to members from Powell River,. Sechelt and Vancouver:  At the home of Mrs. Vida Burt,  14 members sat down to a dinner prepared and served by the  past noble grand of Arbutus.  After a beautiful initiation ceremony the Powell River girls presented their hilarious skit which  was a TV advertising program  entitled Bunny Bargain Bloom,  which was requested by the president at Grand Assembly last  June. The old school hall was  rocked with the laughter.  iFoHowiiig reifreshmerits Mrs..  D. Rees gave a humorous reading and Mrs. H. Lee sang a delightful solo, bringing the happy  evening to a close.  )��/   "       Jit   I    J}    -   ,-> < I      -v    l*��l<   M  ii]  riiUHim  RUG SHAMPOOING  and DEM0THING  -Day or Evening Appointment.  Done Right In Your  Own Home  RATES REASONABLE    *  For Free Estimates  Ph. 886-089O  TWILIGHT  GIBSONS  FRI. and SAT. NIGHTS  7:30 and 9:30 p.m.  all other nights  8 p.m.  Children's Matinee Saturday   2:30 p.m.   ���''-- ���"---'���  Every Tuesday two admitted  for the price of one  THURS., FRI. ��� Oct. 24 & 25  Julie  Harris,   James  Dean  EAST OF EDEN  Technicolor  ADULT  SAT.,   MON. ��� >Oct.   26  &  28  Henry Fonda, James Cagney  MR. ROBERTS  Technicolor  TUES., WED. ��� Oct. 29 & SO  Peter Sellers,  David Thomlinson  UP THE CREEK  THURS., FRI.���Oct. 31, Nov. 1  Yul Brynner,  Gina Lollobrigida  SOLOMON AND SHEBA  For farther information  Ph. 886-2827  Congratulations ....  Bourrie & McLellan, contractors on  Gibsons newest building and best  wishes to the Bank of Montreal and  Thriftee Dress Shop  Gibsons Bnilding Supplies Ltd.  and Staff  I  Arbutus Rebekah Lodge  '��� ���   No. 76 '.  BAZAAR and TEA  HOME COOKING  Fri.r Oct. 25 ��� 2 to 4 p.m.  New: United Church Hall  Without its forest lands, its sawmills/ its pulp and paper  mijls. its plywood and other forest,products plants, British  Columbia would be subsisting on half its present income  . . . the standard of living of. all British Columbians would  be reduced by approximately 50 percent.  This economic fact has particular meaning as^NATIONAL  FOREST PRODUCTS WEEK is observed across Canada from  October 20 to 26th.  Canadians have always lived, worked and built better-with  wood and it many products*-tp the benefit of British Columbia . .. for all British Columbians prosper as the forest  products industry prospers.  NATIONAL FORESTS PRODUCTS WEEK  October 20 - 26  MacMillan, Bloedcl and Powell River Limited  Ken's lucky Dollar Store  Phone 886-2563  FREE DELIVERY  LOIN  C Pork  lb.  PURE  Pork Sansap  49||Beef Saosagl  w  II.  Freezer Owners  LOINS  OF  PORK      Cu, and Wrapped 65C lb.  FRONTQUARTERS Grade "ATr BEEF   43c lb.  ���    ��� ��� ������..      \     ���������-���..    . ��� ���. _  (',aaM> ���������������������iHHtllf ��>ltltlll>l>l*aiM.IIII*M*��li����MIMMK��tMIHt*IIMI����*MI��tl��*.��Mt��M>MI��-nM*ll*iMr��*l ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I �������������������������������������������*�����������#������������������||����ta>(��  See us cibout your^ needs  NO MEMBERSHIP FEE  NO FINANCE CHARGES  Terms on proof of Credit Rating  ������**���������#���������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������-������*������������--���������������������������������������������*������*���������*������������������������ #-������������#������������������������-������������������_������*���-�����������)  .WANS0NS  TV DINNERS  Jjtyk ftie^ 39C  FRASER VALE CHINESE FOODS  M   ajfGlPwkFriediRKe ��� "  ��a. ^P?f ~j Chickenpop Siiey      .-���-   each  MALKINS APRICOTS, 15 ��z/ _____ .^ PEARS, 15 oz.___.__: 2 for 45c  CANADA PACKERS KAM, for lunches ���^_S|S?c j ffALKINS PEASr No. 4 & No. 5f 15 oz. 3 for 49c  (���������������������������������������������������I  ���������������.�����������������������������������.�����������-���������**�����  >tlH.I>P.��MtMH��-f��MM��IHIM��l��M*<IM��t>l��M>IM��*>itHM*MMII  >.��������������������������������������������������������*?���#���������������*������->������*���**������-������������������-���-������.  oin pur  Come Into the store for your membership card��� Buy a stamp today and everyv  shopping day ��� Pay for your Turfey^lj^ the ^sf^ifj: ^  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS till 9 p.m.  >������_�������������������������� 10      Coast News,   Oct.  24,   1963.  R EC I PES you"tM)iUjli^B-  TOWING SERVICE  Peninsula Motors  Ltd.  Phone  DAYS - 8S5-2111  NITES���' 885-2155,  Roast leg of lamb is at its best  when served . with garden-fresh  new potatoes, topped with butter, green peas" and tiny carrots  and plenty of mint sauce>.  Roast Leg of Lamb  Rub leg of lamb (don't remove  the thin paperlike skin) with  salt, pepper and rosemary or  make slits and insert small slivers of garlic. Place on rack in  'roasting"'pan.'������ Do riot cover. Do  not' add liquid. Cook in slow  oven, 3C0" deg.: F., 25 to 35 minutes per pound, (for 5 to 6  pound roast ��� about 2% to sy2  hours, or until done.) For accuracy use a meat thermometer  inserted in thickest section of  leg. but not resting on the bone  or in fat. Temperature will read  1,Z   ties.   F.,   for  medium   done  ,    Perhaps ybu. too, need  a beauty treatment Find a  BEAUTY SHOP fast in the  YELLOW PAGES,  where YOUR  FINGERS DO  vTHE WALKING  MEETINGS  of     ������-.:.:-..yx  ���      JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  BIBLE STUDY  Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Selma  Park, Sechelt (2), West Sechelt,  Madeira Park.  Tues. ��� 8 p.m. : -���  Ministry School  Kingdom Hall, Thurs., 7:30 p.m.  Service Meeting  Kingdom Hall, Thurs., 8:30 p.m.  Public Talk       -  kingdom Hall, Sun., 7 p.m.  Watchtower   Study-  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 8 p.m.  The  Kingdom Hall is  at  Selma Park  No  Collections  The Corporation of the Village of Gibsons Landing  COURT OF  Voters List  TAKE NOTICE that copies or the Provisional Municipal Voters' List, 1963, will be posted ,at the Notice Board,  Church corner, and at the Municipal Hall;, and further take  notice that a Court of Revision, to rtevise arid correct the said  Voters' List, will be held in the Municipal Hall On the 1st day  of November, 1963, from Ten o'clock in the forenoon to 12  o'clock in the forenoon.  JULES A. MAINIL, Clerk  Coiiiitfiov. 2-4 - Sechelt Theatre  Explains..  ir.NOR ANCl   ".  a  SIN '  No ckildru ���dmittni  -nl.lt vilh eirull  . . FOR IHE FIRST TIME . . . SHOWN TO -CULT  MALE  1ALE AUDIENCES TOGETHER I  SEE  IT. DISCUSS  IT . . .  ADULT  Dates of Annual Meetings  in Attendance Areas  Egmont  Roberts  Creek  ���: Monday, Nov. 4, 1963 at 8 p.m. at Egmont  .   School.  ��� Monday, Nov. 4, 1963 at 8 p.m. at Roberts  -.���;���,.. Creek School...  Irvines Landing������'��� Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1963 at 8 p.m. at Irvines  '"''     Landing School.  Halfmoon Bay  Langdale   Port Mellon  Davis  Bay  Bowen Island  ��� Tuesday, Nov. 5,  1963 at 8 p.m. at Half  moon Bay School.  ��� Thursday, Nov. 7, 1963 at 8 p.m. at Larig-  dale School.  ��� Thursday, Nov. 7, 1963*at 8 pjm. at Port  Mellon School.  ��� Friday^ .Nov.  8,  1963  at 8 p.m.  at^ Davis  Bay School.      ��� ":   "��� XXSfiyJJ  ���;��� ��� ���     '    '*:?'!j$/X  ��� Friday, Nov: 8, 1963 at 8 .p.m.r^'t f��o>ven  Island School.  ft'ii'.  at  Gambier Island  ��� Saturday,   Nov.   9,   1963   at   2   p.m.  Veterans' Memorial Hall.     ;  Gibsons Rurpl    ��� Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1963 at 8 p.m. at School  . ...j.,.;.... .Han. . ; " ���' 'r'x  Sechelt Rural      ^Wednesday, Nov! 13, 1963 at 8 p.m. at Sechelt School Activity Room.  Pender Harbour ��� Thursday,   Nov.   14,   1963  at   8  p.m.  ���','. Madeira Park School.  at  *  The Board of School Trustees,  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  and 180 deg. F., for well-done.  Dairy sour cream that has  been warmed makes a tangy  gravy to serve with lamb.'  Lamb Supreme is a tasty main  course dish that's made with  lamb shoulder.  ���   / ��� .���'���".     ..-  Lamb Supreme  2 pounds   boneless. lamb  shoulder, cubed  ��� j  2 tablespoons butter  Water to cover  Yz teaspoon salt  Yt. teaspoon dill seed ' .  *4 cup fresh or canned mushrooms  1 cup sour cream  Y2. teaspoon vinegar * -  Brown   meat  in   melted  butter.  Cover with water. Add salt, pepper  arid dill  seed.   Cover.   Simmer for V/2 hours, or until ten-;  der.  Remove meat.   Add mush- :  rooms,   cream   and   vinegar   to"  liquid in pan. Thicken with flour  to  make   gravy.   Add   meat  to :  gravy and heat. Serce over rice -  or with baked potato and color- [  ful vegetables. Makes 6 servings;  Vegetables  broil  to perfection  i   with lairib' chops, while the rice  accompaniment   steams   on   top ���  of the stove.  Lamb Chops,  Fiesta   Style  4 shoulder or  8 rib or loin  lamb chops  4 large mushrooms  2 large tomatoes, halved  4 medium . Zlucchini  squash,  ������.'.���   sliced"'..:'.'"':  Ya cup.-melted butter-  Salt and;pepper-;   :��� ; ��� = .-<;-.  Place chops on broiler and-broil. ���/  2 inches from-source of heat until brown.' Remove. Turn chops  and: brown on .other side;. Slide  from oven and" place vegetables  on broiler rack. Brush with melted butter.  Return to  oven  and  cook 5 to 6 inches below source  of: heat until well-browned and  done. Serve withY steamed  rice.  Makes 4 servings.                  : '  Here's    a    recipe   for...'.'.-.frying'.  chicken that sets; your taste buds  a-tinglins.    Served . hot  or cold  this chicken is mighty fine eating  Holiday Chicken  1 frying chicken, cut-up  ��� 1 cup dry bread crumbs  1 teaspoon  onion salt :;;'--'v  ^teaspoon garlic salt; X:       '  V2 teaspoon: each:  pepper, sa- ���'  ���"���' vory and curry powder  1 cup mayonnaise  Mix:bread crumbs with seasonings:-Roll chicken pieces in .'  bread-crumbs. Arrange on buttered. cookie sheet, skin-side up.  Place in hot overi, 400 dSg." F.,  and bake 15. minutestot set the  crumbs. Remove from1 oven and  spoon mayohriaise oyer each  piece. Return to slow oven, 300  deg. F., for-about 1 hour, or un-r: '  til done. Makes 4 servings.  Fresh blueberries topped with  sugar and smothered with .cre'arii  make a fine fruit dish for breakfast or dessert for lunch or dinner.  When the occasion demands a  special treat you'll find this blueberry pie superlative.  . Blueberry Cream Pie  9-inch baked pie  shell  2^. cups  blueberries  2 eggs  ;% cup sugar  3 tablespoons  flour -\  Dash salt ;  1     tablespoon lemon juice  % cup orange juice  1     cup whipping cream, optional ^  Heat  berries  slowly  until  juice  starts to run. Beat eggs slightly  and add sugar,   flour and  salt.  Mix well. - Add this   mixture to  the  heated  berries.   Cook,   over  low  heat, stirring all the  time,  until . thickened.   Remove   from  Over 200 Designs  heat. Stir in lemon juice and  orange juice. Add a few drops  of red and blue food coloring,  if desired to heighten color.  Pour into pie shell. Cool. Top  with whipped cream.- Ice cream  is a good topper for this delicious pie..  C. E. SICOTTE  BULLDOZLXG  SERVICE  Land  Clearing ��� Excavating  and Road Building  FREE   ESTIMATES  V Phone 886-2357  CUSTOM TRACTOR  Trenching ��� Landscaping ��� Rotovating  Driveways,  etc. ��� Gray el and Fill  HUMUS TOF^OtL  ������������ Ed. 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And a Royal termplan loan can  Often save; yqii big money in interest: Be money-  Wise���bank at your nearby Royal Bank Branch,  R<^t#.NK  Gibsons Branch: J. C.������ Peddle, Manager.  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  .........   ....;.;...:.;.at........_ ;.,.;:  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY  & OIL STOVES  r:   -     .;���   CLEANED  Phone 886-2422     '..;���;'.  v  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"    .  ._... '."    X"J  Agents :;'"-;  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886 9543  See. us for all your knitting requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  .Phone 886r9353  y WeXuse XX ���  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and; jewelry-j.JX'X'  CHRIS' JEWELERS  . Mail Orders  "Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiwaiy.  Roomy Parking, Plenty of Water  ���    Large:recreation area;--.Jy..  Bus passes park site  Phone 886-9826  U S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone 886-2172     .  Daily Freight Service to  Vancouver  Local __ long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery  servibe  Lowbed hauling  PENINSULA    PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Formerly Rogers Plumbing  c or. Sechelt'Highway & Pratt Rd.  SALES AND SERVICE  Port Mellon '-��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  Phone  886-9533  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  LAND SURVEYING  : ���    SURVEYSV  P.O. Box 37,  Gibsons  1334 West Pender St.,  Vancouver; 5 Ph. MU 4-3611  ���i  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic wiring, rewiring  ��� and  alterations  ELECTRIC HEATING  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 8864320 evenings  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING ���  PLUMBING  Complete installation  Quick  efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements   V  Agents for ROCKGAS  ,        PROPANE  Also Oil Installation:  Free estimates  Furniture '"������  Phone  885-9713  ^TOCKWELL & SONS LTD.  Box 66, Sechelt..Ph. 885-4488 for  Bulldozing, Backhoe and front  end loader work. Screened ce-,  riient gravel, fill and road gravel.  SUNSHINE COAST  DECORATORS  All your painting  at reasonable rates  886-2615 or 886-2605,  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK A. DECKER  BAL BLOCK,  GIBSONS  EVERY WEDNESDAY    ,,  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  MASONS GARAGE  Dunlop tires & accessories  Electric welding,  Wheel balancing  Truck and,car repairs  NORTH ROAD ��� GIBSONS  Ph. 886-2562  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.  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  Dealers for PM- Canadien,  Mc-  Culloch and Homelite Chain Saws  A Complete  Stock of Machines  and Parts for Maintenance  ,-,-'���"       and Repairs.  Telephone 885-9521  GENERAL REPAIRS  CHIMNEY   SWEEPING  OIL STOVE MAINTENANCE  E.   LUCAS,. 884-5387  FREE ESTIMATES  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios. Appliances,   TV Service  .-..;. Hoover Vacuum  Cleaners  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service "   ,_  Richter's Radio - TV  Fine Home  Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record Bar  Phone 885-9777    ;  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties  Canada Permanent Mortgage  Corp.  apply  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  representative  Gibsons 886-2481  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps*  Air  Compressor,  Rock Drill  Concrete Vibrator  ;   Phone 886-2040,     ���  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  NORM BURTON  Your Odd Job Man        '  Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid. etc.  Res., Pratt Rd.,   Gibsons  Phone 886-2048 '  SCOWS     ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  TV ��� Furniture ��� Appliances  J. J. ROGERS & CO., LTD.  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KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-tt826 Tourist meeting  ��� The ar.r.ua! general meeting of  the Sunshine Coast Tourist Asso--  ciation will be held at Pender  Harbour Hotel, Sunday, -Oct.: 27  starting at 1 p.m. There will be  an executive meeting before the  annual meeting^ starting at 11  a.m.   '        . y Xj -Jy  ���   ';>,;.   -y  Speakers will be Harold .Meri-  lees of the Greater Vancouver  Visitors' Convention bureau and  John Buckley of the B.C. Travel  bureau.  BACKFILLS ��� ROADWORK  RETAINING WALLS  BASEMENT EXCAVATION  PILE DRIVING  BREAKWATER & FLOAT  CONSTRUCTION  if rained  Coast News,   Oct.   24,   1963.      11  Box 107, Gibsons���Ph. 886-9350  Jo Dhooghe of ., Seacrest ^ has  just returned from;; an; interest-,  ing : trip to Bella J Coola.. His  travelling . < companions were his  two brothers, Ronald and George  from Washington and Mr. and  Mrs. Milt Lonneberg of Sechelt  with two of their daughters.  They' travelled by Lytton arid  Lillqoet where they, hoped to see  the .famous = ice cave Von Mr.  Chernauit's Farm, but" they  ^found' thatX thisX. extraordinary-  phenomenon had disappeared for  no known reason. At Pavilion  Mouritain and Marble Canyon  they. - saw Indian-- paintings on  rock. They 'crossed the Fraser  by the new Chilcotin Bridge and  continued to Alexis Creek where  they camped in a Forestry camp  beside the Chilcotin River. ���",'  At Redstone they, bought some  ofX the beautiful Indian moccasins and gloves. Theiy visited  Jed and Janet Naylor who previously lived at Tillicum Bay,  Sechelt. jed: is now a civilian  employee, in electronics at the  R.CA.F.  Station at- Puntzi.  Still climbing -steadily, they  continued by Nimpo Lake to  Anahim Lake which they considered the finest fishing and  hunting country of their trip,  abounding in moose, caribou and  black bear! Here, every cast  brought in a fine 1-5 lb. trout  and Milt Lonrieberg caught his  limit of 12 fish with 12 casts.  The day spent at Bella Coola  was spoiled by continuous rain.  The travellers then retraced  their   route   over   the    famous  Freedom Road to Anahim. This  96 mile stretch of road: was built  in a little over a year by the  1,200 inhabitants of Bella Coola  when successive governments  had declared it too expensive a  project even to consider. They  saw the rock on which was preserved the writing of Alexander  Mackenzie, and returned to Williams Lake .... across country  abounding in moose and grizzly  bear.  South of 100 Mile House, they  climbed the Forestry Lookout  and had crystal clear views of  the timber clad rolling country  for miles around. They visited  Manning Park where they drove  up to the"��� 5,500 ft. lookout and  found the camping grounds much  improved  since  their last visit.  matronsl visitors  John Hind-Smith  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Hassans Store  Complete stock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial & Sports  HARDWARE-DRY GOODS  BAPC0 PAINT  Interior & Marine  Ph. 883-2415 77:  BEST QUALITY DRESS AND  WORK SHOES  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons  Mt. Elphinstone Chapter, OES,  entertained at a special meeting  on Oct. .11, -the _ occasion-being  the annual official visit of> the  worthy grand matron wlio, this  year- is Mrs.: Anne Kennedy, of  Vancouver.  Her .entourage' included the  Worthy Grand Patron ��� W. C.  Blinch and Mrs." Blinch, of Ab-  botsford; Mrs. V. Jessen, PGM,  ��� Vancouver and Mrs. R. Fletcher,  AGG, Coquitlam.  Guests from other -chapters  included T. Hobson, West Vancouver; E. Messent and V: Messent, Vancouver; Mr. and Mi*s.  F. Mason, Edmonton; Mrs. y-.CXx  Gathercale, .Grand Prairie, Alberta; M. Currie, D: Daniels and  B. Vaner,< Vancouver. ,,  Worthy Matron Mrs. /H. ,.Myl-  roie and H. Mylroie, WP, welcomed visitors.  The decorations in chapter  and banquet  rooms  were espe-  Conference for  patrol leaders  The Vancouver - Coast region,  Boy Scouts of Canada, a Red  Feather agency, is sponsoring a  biennial patrol leaders' conference on Sat., Nov. 2, cdmmenc-  irig at 1:30 p:in:% at Hillsidevse-  condary school, 2295 Queens  Road, West Vancouver.  Wayne   Belzer,; patrol   leader  from Fraser district: was -elected v.  ���; as...-,; corifererice   chainrian.;, The V  event' isHfor iall;i piatrolvfleaders^  members"' of senior patrols^ and  boys    about    to become patrol  leaders in the Vancouver - Coast  region.     Patrol    leaders    from  Seattle,  Washington will'be  attending.- , ~  The program includes  discussion     periods,     demonstrations,   t  games,    dinner   and   campfire  Tickets   are- on-' sale  at Scout  House,     664    West ; Broadway.  '  Groups should secure these for  their patrol leaders  by Oct 28.  FAVORABLE FIRE SEASON  t   *  Canada has enjoyed one of,the  least rigorous forest fire seasons  on record. According,to the Federal    Department    of    Forestry  6,220    forest    fires with  a  total  area  of 296,000; acres were re-  :. ported ^tojthe end;of August.  This     includes :   97, fires'which  burned 22,000 acres in the Yukon  ...and.. Northwest ���; Territories.   At  the end of August last year; 5,-  .711    fires:  had    swept   through  ^^(Some;^482,000 acres. The lightest  '77'XSSxe   seasoh;  ori>ce^ordwas in * -  y--1954 when the area bufrie'd' was. - k  266,000 acres.  cially" beautiful as they were  carried out in the worthy grand  matron's favorite colors and focused attention upon her theme,  the open bible, open heart and  key. Her X flower, the camelia,  was used generously in the table  decor,'and were made, along  with the other decorations, by  Mrs. R. J. Eades, PM.  Seven.past matrons of the local chapter were present, their  lovely evening. gowns vying with  the dainty, flowers and forming  a Colorful '��� background for the  white worn by all chapter officers. '; ���  J ; Mrs. ��� Kennedy was gowned in  rich multi-colored silk and she  wore a corsage which was presented to her by the worthy  patron, on behalf of the chapter.  It was - made ,7 of ��� folding currency  and was): according to her wish,  in lieu of.a-;gift and flowers, for  her favorite charity. A cheque :;  was also presented to her, by '  Mrs. Eades, also from the chapter, for the OES Cancer projects.  Supper was served to close to:;^.  60 members and guests. J -  H. BISHOP  itsm muK  2 Stores to Serve You  GIBSONS -  SS6-2109  SECHELT  885-2002  Ladies  Wear is our ONLY  Business -  FROM THE TALL TIMBER  COUNTRY...  the saw with LIVE power!  3 ONLY BRAND NEW  PM 270 at _________  DISCOUNT  SEE THEM AT:  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK ��� Ph. 885-9521  ��*^*��0*#*_-W*^��**��*  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  . , Tanks Built or Repaired:  ; (Drainage Fields Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460-for information  Buy your  Canada  Savings  Sonds  (Average Yield to maturity  5.03% Per Annum)  Ask for apph^ation form  at your nearfest branch-  Buy for cash or by instalments. Canada ... Savings  Bonds never -fluctuate in  value, can be cashed any  time for full face value,  plus interest    .        ~  :' .::-(!*  -���t -f  (Hi. t  ROYAL BANK  :' '::DARYLV Dlii__:;"^ncprivef-tf3rtt^!''>'^ **-**  and  educated, is executive producer of CBC-TV's Tuesday night  . ��� prognani, - Quest. He begari his  career with CBC in his home city  and, moved, to Toronto in  1958.  He is married to blues singer Eve  Smith.  How long since you readylooked at your home's lighting?  Did.youlqibw that properly planned lighting can do more to transform home interiors than all other  decorating aids combined?   Arid at less cost? There's a lot more to light than meets the eye!  What furnishing is so attractive in its own right-yet  'adds sbirnucrtito the appearance of all your other  'furniishings? That's the beauty part of light. Careful  arrangernents.of the right lighting (and today there are  'manyIdeas,to choose from!) can bring out all the inner  'beauty-the form, texture and glowing color of those  furnishings you've chosen so carefully. It can make a  ;v riiorn higher, wider, handsomer - or simply more useful.,:  ^<^ But light is more than "something to see by". Ask  'any professionally trained decorator: light has strong  psychological overtones, too. Thoughtfully selected and  integrated home lightiig influences the day-to-day mood  PUT "LIGHT FOR LIVING" IN YOUR LIFE!  of every member of the family. To say nothing of how  it enhances your guests'outlook.  Would you like to know more about how easily and  inexpensively you carradd a professional decorator-  touch to your home . .-'.'With Light for Living? B.C. Hydro  has a complete free Home Lighting Kit for you. Booklets  containing detailed information and illustrations of types  of lamps, and fixtures, lighting arrangements and in��  staliation suggestions. Here's a wealth of information  about the beauty (and the duty) aspects of good home  lighting. Write or call "Lighting Advisory Service" at  your nearest B.C. Hydro office.  B.C. HYDRO


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