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 PrQVtne.ia.1 Library,  Victoria, B.  C,  : .<;���. .in'yv-JSti  ,%},'  -JUST FINE FOOD  Y;:;D_\NNY?S, ���  DIN1N& ROOM  Gibsons ��� Ph'. 886-9815  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE: COAST  Published  in Gibsons,  B.C.:     Volume _5, -Numbefc.20, May 18, 1961!;.  7c  per  copy  o     A Complete / Line .  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's! Wear    Ltd.'. '...:������������������  Ph.   886-2116  ���  Gibsons.   B.C.  Good Citizen  b Firemen      Sechelt on radio  Sechelt's   Volunteer. Fire  Bri-.  gade was. honored -Friday- .evening of last week, at a function  organized by the village, "council  of Sechelt where the firemen as  a body were presented with Ser  chelt's Good Citizen awardv .,* ;  f Chairman /Mrs. Christine Johnston of the village council made  the presentation during a buffet.  dinner at Sechelt inn. Tom Par-  risli,   fire   chief,   accepted- the.  award on. behalf, of the fire department . and  thanked  the'village council for the honor.  '. The   scroll: was  the  work  of  Carol Moorhouse and was a fine _  specimen . of.. handicraft   .work.-.  Mrs. Johnston in making, the presentation mentioned the firemen  were on. the job. regardless   of  the   weather.   She  also, complimented the wives of. the firemen  for their part' in. making the volunteer fire department as good  as it was.  The award read: Corporation  of the Village of Sechelt Good  Citizen Award,. presented to: the  Volunteer Fire brigade of Sechelt. for services rendered to  the area. ��� Sechelt Village Coun  cil, signed by Mrs. Christine  Johnston,  chairman.  Following are the names, rank  and date they joined the department:  T. H. Parish, fire chief, Oct.,  1949.  ��� T.  G.  Robilliard,  Ass't chief,  Oct. 1949.  : T. V. Gory, Capt. No. 1 truck,  Oct.,   1949.., ; ;-,*,..  :<v , _������. .,.. ,s.  '..  ��� M.   Hemstreet,   Capt.," No.   2 '���  truck,   Oct.   1949.  ,- W.  L:  Billing-ley,' executive,  Oct; 1949.  1 Harold- Nelson, executive, Oct:  Walter . Waddell,     sec.-treas.  Jan. 1952.  Firemen  ; Jack Fox, April 1955.  I D. Robinson, Jan. 1956.  Kennedy Paul, Jan., 1956 (Indian'Band)     ..  Harold Swanson, June, 1956.  (Ray Burton,; Nov: 1956.  Tommy Ono, July, ,1957.  M. B. (Butch) Ono, July, 1957.  Howard   Carter 1960  F. V. (Sam) MacKenzie, 1960.  Jack Fleming, 1960: ���"     v":"  Sechelt helped   .  Kinsmen and Kinettes.>-6�� Se- ,  chelt also had their part in 'the Y  May 4. Red Cross Blood Clinic,  in Legion Hall,: GibsonsY The ...  Kinsmen of Sechelt with Niels  Hansen looking after the" publicity for the Blood;Clinic,.roundr,  ed up quite a number of Sechelt  people who journeyed to Gibsons  to donate blood.  As a result of the combined  effort of Sechelt and Gibsons  Kinsmen the clinic was even  more successful than Red Cross  officials had anticipated.  Sechelt is, slated to be. on: CBC  Radio Saturday at 7:10. following  .. the   news   when   the   program  Name That Town   will "present  information .'about  the Su'iishirie  program' all  the  way  to" New-  ' Coasts This is~ a"_ba_t  to coasts  foundland. Each* week'.; a differ-!-  .'ent !,towh,.is 'taken "for ���. the pro-'  gram. Bill  Herbert of  the  CBC  Vancouver .staff has been in this  Yarea;gathering the required  in-,  -formation...  No queen  for Firemen  . Wili ,the volunteer firemen  of Gibsons have a queen candidate entered in the July 1 celebration or will they not?  :vThis question- was raised, at.  Tuesday night's meeting of the  July-1 committee held in Legion : hall  in  Gibsons.. It  was  announced  at this  first  meeting of the  committee for this  year that the Firemen's organ- ,  ization    would    not ���   enter    a  queen.. Members  of . the  com-.  rnittee   by! motion urged  the  committee  to' ask the firemen  to reconsider the matter.  Don   Andow,   Legion -president was named  chairman of  the July 1 committee with Mrs.  Wynri Stewart as treasurer and  Archie Crowe as secretary.  . oThecommittee decided ion a '  change  in .the ballot ^ for.:1! the.  Queen    this   year.  Instead, ofA  each' ballot, having names 'of C  all candidates on, each organ- f  izationy s^nso^  Sechelt's   . 13th .   annual, May.  Day takes. place' Monday,. May..  22 in, Hackett Park "When ��� Queen  Jo.   Anne    Robilliard  'will   ..Decrowned, by 'the'.'retiring Queen  Eloise DeLong.     y   .,'.".  .Part of. the program will, be a  street  parade  with; seven  prize,  divisions with  first",and .second-  prizes. These. divisions are com-;  mercial, .private . and. organizaV  tion. float .entries -and   for the'!  younger,,fry there,'will be bicycle and wagon .competitions for-  the most original and. most 'comical with, the same in'the walking.  efitries by-children".'-''  :4jAs for years past North Van-  : couver Lonsdale Sea ��� Cadet  ; corps will be the Queen's guard  pt honor. The band will also take  '^art' in;'the parade and other  ��� ceremonies.:-   ' ������ .  Y'?;Master of ceremonies will.be  .-H^arvey Hubbs. Escort for the  <$ieen will be*Jack Redman. The  *��$ieen*s. attendants will be Gail  :Braun and Lesley. James. Escort for'the ^retiring-queen will  ble Jack Mayne.^Her attendants  Will be Gail Page and Jaye Lynn  Braun. Y  ...  SMALL TALK  .'.'iii ride.it  "Do ryou want this broom 1  -"No thanks  ���wrapped?'' :if?Y "'���*���  '-..'��� Y .Yhptiie . ..'.-"���.'  commission  supports tennis club.!'J!':'  Members of the Gibsons ;:Rec-: ^ j6c training program sponsored  reation Commission met in the '���'��� 'iby his organization across Can-  United Church Hall on ;WeSnes:. .< afda. It is.hoped; he, said, that a  day,.May 10. Films in which';Bill --".-#'fjrst track and field meet might  Tilden demonstrated ybegihning ^ffe held at the Elphinstone High  and advanced tennis were shown fehool grounds on June 10.  ^Commission-presidentEugene Y ��Sam( Fladager, replacing Wes  Yablonski. ~ y >Y t ;x.f /     w.rY -'Hodgson,,represented the Village  Vihce Braceweir ex ten d'&ff;:-^-Cbm'i-__doii,:at.,the';meetihK.: '.:  thanks,.of /the. piphi^qhe;y SldiY Zpfo meettagVpassed ajiresora  Club fpr-ya *50 grant-made ;by s^.5      v  WSt^hivin--^  Flower girls will include Lynda  Strachan, Glenys McLeod, Kath-r  leen DeKleer and Janice Langley from Davis Day and Margaret Gory, Lygie Martinez, Debra  McKissock and Charlotte Bain  from Sechelt.  If the day should be rainy the  crowning ceremony will be held  in the Sechelt Elementary School  activity room.  The' parade will assemble on  the. Indian School grounds with..  judging" taking "place at; 1' p.m.  The parade will move off at 1:30  on to. Porpoise Bay road and  along the main street towards .  ��� Hackett Park.:- >Y -Y I"'.;.    ���  Besides the Lonsdale band Elphinstone High School band and  marching team will take part.  The school band will also take  part in other sections of the ceremonies. Sechelt Firemen will  be in. charge of the parade and  control.Of traffic.  On reaching Hackett Park, Elphinstone band will play while  the queens and attendants seat;  themselves on the dais. Retiring  queen Eloise will make her farewell speech before crowning new  Queen Jo Anne. The Sea Cadet  band will then play God Save the  Queen whichwiU.:be followed by  the new queen's greetings. Mrs.  W. Berry will distribu^e^ifts to  the  queens  and attendants.   "  Maypole dancing w-H^^e dis-���  played by pupils: of .SecH'elt Elementaryschool. Then Mrs. Christine Johnston will speak briefly  followed by May, Queens from  Pender Harbour, Egmont and  others, if piresent.  With ceremonies over an entertainment program will .have  the Lonsdale band playing after  which the annual Sechelt trophy  will be presented.to the outstanding cadet of the Lonsdale, corps.  Davis Bay and Sechelt schools , ,  will follow; with a ribbon dance.  Ephinstone band and drill: team  will perform bn the grass which  wilL l��^:foUQwedyJ_y;iimerpre_-h"  Big sports  day planned  by Legion  A ^Canadian Legion zone  athletic meet as part of fthe  Legion's junior^ Olympic -training plan will be h-ldsometiiiie.  in July under plans laid down  by the provincial command of  ���the Biritish Golumbda Canadian  Legion.  It was v felt by Legion officials, that : holding ; trials 'in  Eastern .Canada was a waste of  money when there' were just  as good coaches - in western  areas, Tthis would - give many  more young people a chance  to take part in the events leading to Olympic try outs.  Winners of'*'; the local sports  events would reach provincial  finals at; Empire stadium during. August. In this operation  the Legion is cb-oDeratirig with  schools: Which will be holding *  sports meets too. More details  will bei givi-n oh the plain later.  T>on Andow, presadent '"of'  Gibsons. Legion branch announces that there will be a  sports meet held by - the Gib-'  sons Legion under this Olympics scheme This meet will b��  -held in mid-June on a date' and  at a place to. be announced-  later.  "name;"6f Its;candidate only-"on \  them.   The 'committee ':'-when '���}  formiilg ' the ^yarioiis sub-comr  mittees   suggested   flhat ...PTA  organizations should be drawn  into the celebration.  The cbmanittee decided to in- ;l  vite Sechelt's May Day queen ?  to take part in the ceremonies ;':  at, the Gibsons July 1 celebration. Next meeting of the com- j  mittee wiH be held May 5 at  8 p.m. in' Legion Hall, when all '  organizations   are  expected to  Have    their   representatives  to  thev.July.l committee named..  New light on  grade sevens  To clarify last week's story  concerning grade seven at  schools in this district, a more  simple explanation : is offered.;  Following Chant report "recommendations, grade seven was  taken out of high schools and  placed in the Elementary school  jurisdiction: Z '������;���"���      'A  Some parents have wondered  what will happen to their children when school starts up in  September under;.- the new ar- -  rangement. Here is - a list of  schools where .there will be a  grade seven:  Vancouver Bay  Madeira Park  Sechelt  Roberts Creek  Elphinstone  school  for Gibsons only.  Port Mellon       Y  Bowen  Isand.  In   Gibsons  grade  seven will  remain  at  the  high  school  for  the time being.  G.; R. Thorpe, district agriculturist from the:;B.C. department  ,:-.of agriculture spoke to a'group  representing0the Sechelt Rural-  Wilson Creek Ratepayers association/Gibsons and District Ratepayers association and the Howe  Sound Farmers Institute at- the:  Selma Park Hall on Wed., May  10.  Mr. Thorpe had been invited to  the meeting to answer questions  on problems involved and the  steps to be taken in the formation of a co-operative or a farmers market to stimulate business  in this area.  Mr. Thorpe felt that a farm-  . ers market offered great possibilities for this area for a start  and gave many valuable suggestions as to how. to go about organizing and operating such a  yenture. He also answered ques?  tions as to the best types of:  small fruits and vegetables suitable to this district. Y  He advised that the department of agriculture will send  qualified persons into an area  to give short courses in various  subjects. He mentioned'livestock,  poultry, veterinary, horticulture,  apiary. He suggested that the  fall would be the best time for  these short courses which last  one or two days, depending on  the number of subjects to be  covered.  A minimum of 12 persons ,  should be prepared to attend the  lectures and discussion in any  ,one course. Any person interested in one or more of these short  term courses, should contact the  executive of any one of the three  organizations sponsoring this activity.  tion,; and..stated that the money.  .would,be put to the best rpossi-;  bkYusef::    '    ;   : "...    r -.j'  ^ y  Don Andow-,--; president;-.-of;  Branch 109:. of' the Canadian' Legion, spoke of the Junior Glym-r  More telephones  Latest' count of telephones oh  the Sunshine. Coast-from Port  Mellon to Jervis -Inlet.-reveals  there are 2,125. This figure was  announced by the B.C:- Telephone  company with March 31; as" being  the date of the tabulation.  Six years ago there were 823  through two exchanges,; 356 at  Sechelt and 467 at Gibsons. Pres-  eht tally shows 1,058.at Gibsons,  651 -at, Sechelt," 293 at !Pender  Harbour" and 123 at Port Mellon.  Total; number of telephones in  the company system increased  by 4,485-during the first quarter  of 1961. to bring the total! to 551,-  277 at the end of March-The increase was the result of 34,796  -connections and 30,311 disconnections.    'Y' -.-:   " '  /J  Average number of business  day calls for the quarter was  3,531,000, compared with 3,339,  000 for the corresponding period  of I960, and long distance calls  totalled 3,975,000, compared with.  3,830,000 for the first three  months of last year.;  Sechelt hospital  auxiliary meets  The mpnthiy meeting* of ;Se-  cheits auxiliary to the hospital  was held on Thursday^; May lli  Mrs. R. Alan Swan, chairman.,  gave -an interesting .report oii  the.meeting of;the lower maift*  ' whatever-group sponsors rswim  ming ihere. this v. summer.: The  sum of ;?50 was set; aside to assist with maintenance of the tennis courts.' on the Kinsmen's  Playground    upon     amplication  -from an organized  club.  Mrs. Lucille Holden agreed to  organize such a tennis club with  , approximatey 20: adult and 20  junior members as a start. Mrs.  Holden is -president,0 and Mrs  Frances t Stewart, . secretary-  treasurer., W. K. Peterson and  Arlene Sharpe are junior executive members.  Playing nights will be Thursdays, 7 to ft p.m. for adults and  juniors, 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays  and Sundays at Kinsmen Park.  Persons desiring - to - join can  phone Mrs/'F. Stewart at 886-9697  A hew departure ywilljBe ^the  presentation of the ; Sunset ;Cere-  mony before the queen and entourage leaves the dais. This is  being presented because so  many people were unable to re-'  main as in past years for the  ceremony- at its proper time.  The Sea .Cadets will place a  wreath on the Cenotaph at 5  p.m. and during the afternoon  there will also bey the official  opening of the launching ramp  on the waterfront end of Ocean  Avenue.   ,  The May Queen's banquet will  be held at Sechelt Ihri at 5:30  p.m. to be followed by the May  Queen's Ball from 7 to 9 p.m. '  with Maurice Hemstreet as master of ceremonies. :������'���;���  Approximately. $100 was raised by Gibsons; Kinsmen club at  an. auction sale.recently and club  officials thank;all who took part  iii making possible the gathering  of this money for. a good purpose.       .   ..-;���" ',."' '  .Proceeds will be used to improve the tennis court at Kinsmen Park and .also on the baseball diamond, now used by the  various boys' leagues, now .operating on that field.  George Southwell artist  George Southwell, dean of B.C.  painters and illustrator of B.C.'s  history, died at his home in  Pender Harbour on the weekend.  He was 96.'  The funeral took place May 17  with a service-at St.' Mary's Ang-.  lican church, Garden Bay with  Rev. Denis Harris officiating.  Burial was made in Kleindale  cemetery. Harvey Funeral Home  were directors. ���  "Famous as a teacher as well  as painter, Mr. /Southwell painted until about 2% years ago when  he left Vancouver for Pender  Harbour. /  The work of which he was  proudest is in the Legislature  Building. It ^consists 'of eight  large murals,- depicting the historical development - of the province and illustrating the landscape and industries of B.C.  The first / set of four murals  are in the lower rotunda and  the second set, completed when  Mr. Southwell was 87, are in the  dome.  Mr. Southwell was born in Bil-  boa in northern Spain and was  educated in England.  ,He came to Canada in 1908  and worked in contracting and  real estate before deciding to  devote all his time to painting.  He had studied painting in  Brussels- and Paris.  Some of his early landscapes  were commissioned by the federal government and hung in the  offices of Canadian trade commissioners all over the world.  One of his paintings was presented to the King of Siam (now  Thailand) when the king paid a  state  visit  to this  country.  He had little appreciation of  modern abstract art and believed painting was 90 percent  hard work and 10 percent talent.  Mr. Southwell leaves his second wife, Ivy, whom he married  when he was 83; three sons, John  A., in Roberts Creek; Harry A.  in West Vancouver; and C. Ray  in North Vancouver; two daughters, 'Mrs. Lee Randoph, Sari  Jose; and Miss Nora Southwell,  Santa Barbara, Calif.  Seek name  for church  Gibsons new United Church is  seeking a name and members of  the congregation have been asked by Rev. David Donaldson and  the church board to signify their  choice by ballot on the collection plate at next Sunday's service.  Various, names have been selected at random for consideration of the congregation but the  final choice will be revealed  when the ballots are checked  after Sunday's service.  The congregation will attend a  stone-laying ceremony on June  4 at a morning service at the  new church. The building will be  dedicated on the next Sunday,  June 11, when various church officials from Vancouver will take  part in the ceremony. The dedication has been arranged so it  can take place while Rev. David  Donaldson is minister. He retires  at the end of June to be replaced  by another minister v  she 'attended   recently   in   Vancouver.^ ������'''������'' '       Y' '"'''' .''"  '."'":  A beautiful   white   bedspread, ;  hand crocheted by Mrs. L. Benner,   was ; displayed   and   raffle ���  tickets for same are now avail- :  abe.  Mrs.  Jim  Parker donated ;  a stainess steel cutlery set for  second prize arid third prize is  a bone chine cup and saucer; donated by Chris*- Variety Store.  The sewing convenor, Mrs. H.  Carter.. and> her committee will  be, busy once again making more  curtains for. the' St. Mary's Hos- y  pital. also lined drapes for the  nurses' quarters.  Arrangements are being made  for a concession stall to be operated by the auxiliary on May,  Day. Mrs. A. Garry^ Mrs". Swan,  Kay Nelson, Harriet Newton andY  Freda   Wilson   are  in   charge.  .Hamburgers, sandwiches, doughnuts,; tea, coffee and- milk will be ;  sold. The; .next meeting will be  held at St. Hilda's Hall on Thiirs* '  day, June 8 at 2 p.m.  Want to fly?  Ephinstone Aero Club will hold  a ground school at the home of  Fred Schroeder, West Porpoise  Bay, Sechelt, every Thursday  night at 7.30 p.m., starting May  25.  This school is arranged so that  anyone interested in aviation  with a desire to learn flying  either now or in the future, can  get their elementary training  started. Further particulars can  be obtained by phoning 886-2057,  885-2143 or 885-2253.  School sports  At Howe Sound Track Meet it  West Vancouver Sat., May 3, EK .  phinstone   High   School   placefl  fourth. Six schools took part.       ���  Elphinstone students who par- '"-  ticipated   were  Helen   Bezdeck, ���  Alice Kinne, Carol Holden, Diane  Fiedler,    Gail   Greggain,    Jean ..  Cattanach,    Danny   Coates,   Albert LaFreniere, Brent Marshall  John Burritt  and Bob Bezdeck. '  Z Helen Bezdeck was athlete oi  the day placing first in the  60  yard dash, running broad jump  and the discus and third in the  high  jump and 100 yard dash. ,  She amassed a total of 19 points. .  Elphinstone did not field a  large team" owing to the fact of  poor field conditions on Elphinstone grounds for training purposes. However results at the  Howe Sound meet were better  than expected.  Scientific film  A Moody scientific film will be  shown Friday, May 19 at 7:31  p.m. in Gibsons United Church. ���  This film is described as a film  of the wonder micro-junive'rse  about us, hidden by the vagaries}  of size.  The pictorial subject matter  has been drawn from the never ,  ending panorama of nature. Ths  microscope is th emagic key to  microscope is the magic key to  the snow, treasures beneath the  earth, treasures of the desert,  treasures of the Sea are shown. - -��� < 1 ���".  V \>    J.   .  iji-ifiifrl-V  Coast News, May 18, 1961.  The ThhidSoui  AVEBSTEft CLASSIC  Wfit Coast Mjetus  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsufa News  _td., P.O. Box 128, Gibsons, B.C., and authorized as second class  ���ail, Post Office department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Weekly  lewspaper Association, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association and  __.C. Weekly Newspapers Advertising Bureau,  508 Hornby St.,  Vancouver, B.C.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1,75 for six months,  United States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  ""      Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher.  Phone Gibsons 886-2622.  -    ���; ;���~-~~ : ;       :   ~ ~      ; r"  Delinquent shareholders  Sechelt district school board's administration may appear.to be  one of those things to be taken or left alone, just as you please.  This is one attitude. Another is to recognize the fact we have an  institution costing the tax-payers of this area slightly over three-quarters of million dollars a year. The budget the board is working on  for this year totals $788,693.  There-are 14 schools within its jurisdiction, three of them high  schools. Its area can be defined as north from Georgia Strait arid  west from Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet taking in the villages of Gibsons and Sechelt and contiguous rural territory-  It is a safe bet that where one holds shares in a business or venture involving the spending of three-quarters of a million  dollars ���  that the shareholders, who hope to gain from their operation, take  a good look at budget angles...  What happens as far as the school board is concerned? The reader; knows the answer. Ma^be fquivor^^^  annual meeting: Soihe eight Or nirieYmeeti^  parts of the community. Probably 42 people^^atterid annual sphool  board meetings^  Some folks would ask what do the ratepayers as "shareholders"  gain or lose by not attending to school board affairs. The answer is  not difficult to think out. The school board is no better than an uninterested public deserves. Y  Sechelt district is fortunate in having a school board which has  worked hard during the last few years. It will become even more  intense in its opeii-tfon as the budget grows.  Annual meetings of the school board should draw gOod-sized  crowds showing considerable interest in how their taxes are being  Spent. But could it be that money comes to hand too easily these  days? Why worry? Let George or his wife look after it! Then give  George or his wife a piece of your mind for doing something hot  ^easing to you.  A Russian viewpoint  In the event of a war breaking out between/the .western world  and Russia, the Russian army autnorities; apparently are! not: going  along with the theory of total annihilation judging from a policy paper written for the Soviet Army newspaper Red Star.,  The writer of the policy paper was Col. A.M. Iovlev, candidate:  member of the Academy of Historical Sciences. He said that war  among the big powers would draw in many other states arid1require  all types of mass forces of land, sea and air.  In a rocket-nuclear war, he writes, there would be no distinction  between front and rear. Vast numbers would be required to support  troops engaged in anti-air, anti-atomic and anti-chemical defence,  for the protection of communications and the liquidation of aftereffects of the "means of mass destruction."  This is interesting information. Perhaps those people who see  the world obliterated when someone in an unknown spot, presses one  button, will take heart and plan for at least a possible future instead  of a definitely impossible one. ;  Perhaps one could at this point coldly state the net war's mass  killing will proportionately equal the difference iri mass killing of  toe Second World War when compared to that of the First World  War. We progress in a cumulative manner as far as mass killing is  concerned but we have not yet reached the point where the fate of  the world will depend on someone's pressing one button. ...  11  QUOTABLE    QUOTES  Trouble that looks like a mountain from a distance, usually is  only a hill when you get to it.  * *       *  Temptation may be strong, but it seldom overcomes the man  "who runs from it.  * *       *  Remember the good ol' days ��� when charity was a virtue, not  an industry?  * *       *  Live pedestrians and successful men always think fast on their  feet.  * *       *  It's bad enough to be a quitter. But it's worse to finish something  you never should have started.  * *       *  }      If you find life is empty, try putting something into it.  ]i;     Best way to get in the swim is to stay out of the dives.   ���,  i                                           *        *        *  Best way to carve a tombstone is to chisel in traffic.  \ (Article :4)Y  By Eric Thomson  Mr. Thomson, wiho'is on  a trip to. England continues to describe his passage;  through the Panama canal.  We- left   Gristob_V~wliic_u-is  the Atlantic end of the Panama Canal, after midnight, and  this is  written after breakfast  while   my   recollection of the  events   of   yesterday:/is. ;fresih.  In    the   early morningV;we  anchored  off Balboa,-  the  Pacific   entrance   to   the; Canal.  There is a kind of marine bullpen where  incoming ships-anchor   to   await   their .turn  to  enter.    It     has  a frontage,, of  small   islands,   complete   with  palm tree and beaches, joined  by  a roadway,   and  on.  shore  the  background  seems   to  .be  naval  and military   accommodation. ���.':.;.''���'.'  The land  rises in. low hills  to the ���south and on the other  side   of   these  is   the  city   pf  Panama and south of that, the  site of the old city of Panama,  (sacked   and   destroyed   by  Sir  Henry   Morgan   and  his  men,  who    crossed    the  isthmus   iri  full  armour  to do the  job. I  had  always thought, that Panama was on the other coast.  . '���'*    #.'. *  pur turn came to enter the.  canal, and we were under way'  after breakfast, and were still  in the ihidsft of oil docks and  naval  barracks   when   a   large  wihiite tailed bird circled close  above "us and ascended to joiny-  a flock of his cronies floating^,  high above us. These were buz^  zards.   .;,.���                                A:A:'  .   Next came pelicans, angling  across   our   path   between  the  masts and "jack daws and riiar-  Miguel, which: raise her 34.  feet at one lift. .Thereafter the  ship threads Jher way through  -the CulebraYCvrt Channel into  Gatun .Lake, taking most of  the afterhoori, and. comes to  Gatun Locks, which consist of  three stages, where the performance "is reversed" lowering  us 85 feet in about ari hour and  that left us a short .run at .Atlantic level, to Cristobal, arriving at dinner\ time.  -,'-*--'������* ������������'*'--'���'.''' .���''������'-'  So much for the framework,  now let's go; back  and detail  some of the matters; of interest.  The    countryside    consists    of  low    hMs,    'thickly;.clad with  trees   strange  to   us,   somie   of  wftxich were in  full  bloom  of  yellow arid, red, mixed; in with  several' kinds   of palm  trees,  but  no  evergreen's.   The  foreshore   was    a yyyild   tangle  of  trees, brush, paaiipas grass and  creepers jarid I'd hate to havev,,  '���"��� to ' clearYa> 50-footi-^aterfroiit: >  lot in that country: ���'.'."  The canal authority, has, for  health reasons, cleared miles  of canal front, in some places  to half a mile back from the  canal, right down to the grass  roots, mostly by fire, for in  one place we saw a good-going  bush fire just a hundred yards  from us.  There \ are. quite a number of  settlements along the canal,'on  the hillsides for, the most part,  the    houses    being    open    all  DEPARTMENT  'OF-PUBLIC  WORKS, OTTAWA  TENDERS  round ' arid screened,; fxiirn  and  well-groomed,    and; some    of  these^places, particularly at the  locks;'" are heavily fenced in.  One such settlement, set in  lawns and orchards^ struck my  wife and myself as by long  odds. the most attractive place  to live in ori the whole route;  Unfortunately; when we could  read the,name, it was the canal  zone penitentiary'. Y  At all the locks and around  these .';��� various administration  areas the grass was ; cut like a  tennis court, arid ail the concrete walks and railways were  free _roni litter; and we Yyere  told that the management used  a super-Hoover ��� vacuum on  these daily.  We liad been told that the  heat would be oppressive during  the  passage  of  the canal,  which, "would  take froih 7   to  .15 hours depending;^; the traffic. It turned out that we headed, into a  brisk breeze which  Z lasted ;all day,. and' there was  no discomfort. ���4:.AA.Z''���:'������  We had our;lunch A on, ;>deck  under awriings- IT^'was a cold  lunch., a'.���' smorga_bord, dreamt  up by our Scots chef, who attended; toyus; in person, andi it  was outstanding for Yrariety  and quality all the way from  ace-cold tomato juice to a super  trifle. Y;Y;:.'v'':;      A A'"\ y,'y:  From time tb tirioe there passed us, going or coining, a 5-  coach diesel���';' train trinixned i in  orange arid dark green. This  is the Panama Railway from  Panairia City to Cristobal. I  noticed that it had the express  (Continued on Pagei 3)  �����_>-*. v ��?b'i:. ^ ���-  SEALED  TENDEIRS   addressed  to ��� Secretary,   Department  of Public Works, Room B-322,  Sir  Charles , Tupper   Building,  ,. t-^j -    ii. ������ j     Riverside   Drive.   Ottawa   and  tins perched in the rigging and    endorsed     "TEND E R     FOR  long^beaked     frowsy,    frigate-    THE     SUPPLY    OF     COAL,  birds took the place of our-seif   FUEL   OIL   AND   PROPANE,  gulls as followers. The amouiif.   GAS    FORv THE    FEDERAL;  and   variety, of  this   bird  lu^efYBUILDINGSY THROUGHOUT-  was noticeable, even thought    THE WESTERN^PROVINCES,  was right in the canal, ���"*    NORTHWEST   TERRITORIES  A few miles from Balboa we'  entered the first' set"of twin"  locks, side by side, hame4<  Miraflores. These,raise the ship,:  ANDyYUKON, 1961-62." will  be received- until ������ 3:00 P.M.  (E.D.S.T.), TUESDAY; JUNE  6, 1961. Y        r  Specifications  and  forms  of  51 feet in two stages and this* tender can be obtained at the  is Ihow they work. The ship eh-* office of tihe Chief of Purchas-  ters the lock which is 2,000f ing arid; Stores, Room C-459,  feet long and the gates close| - Sir : Charley; Tupper^ Building,  behind her" ���   Royemde Drive,  Ottawa,   Dis-  *''���* * ":Z;X4 tract.-.jVlanagef. 705 Commercial  /-! ���*!. - <,;^�� ~��� +��._ XiAXc {������ Building, Winnipeg, Man:; Dis-  ��� 0n,.__ther ^' ?? ^ quay^'Y tHcty Manager. Y308 London  is a Uttle railway, with a cog-: Building, Saskatoon; Sask-.  ged centre rail, on Which / run %��� Regional Director; ' O 1 i v"e r  small 4. electric Ylocomotive^jk^ BuildingY P.O. ��_Jbx:; 488^?iEd-  powefecT %rShi  a hidden "thl_^M M_h-  raiL Four are attached by agerylllO West Georgia Street,  cables   on   either ^side of,tha,   Vancouver, B.C.   ^ y,  ship for pull ahead, brake, rind? Vw^JL"^^-,^s^a X  hold back. These nose t^g J& &^SSZT^^o^l  almost up to the gate f���ad,l^^ ancef, with the condition set  and hold her there while the; fortri*! therein,  lock is flooded, raising her Mto| The successful contractor  the level of the lock: above,! may be requested; to provide  and when the water levels and|; security, before the award; of  pressures are equal on either^ ttie contract-ui; an amount and  side of the upper gates, thesef Ytbnni acceptable to tlie Depart-  open and  the cohort of locosY me12*-i {'A.     - ^_��� ���at./j^J ���'l  .* ,   -uc     ��,*.����     i ~a  *�� *y,aK     . rne lowest or anv tender not  haul   the^ ship- ahead  to the    necessarilv accepted;  re BX. COAST EGG MARKETING  SCHEME  AH  poultry farmers in* the lower mainlanclY  area west of Hope WHO OWN 500 OR MORE  chickens oyer six months old are entitled to ,A  vote to approve or reject a scheme to control  and rfeigrulate the marketing of eggs.  The area concerned is described as follows:  ���'��� ."���--���'������  '.,-���:��� "-��� '"���'. ���''-���        ���:-���. ���'������������ y ������.  0.,:..    ���  . "Gomrrieneing at the intersection of the 49th parallel  of latitude with the 121st meridian of longitude; thence  due north to the 50th parallel of latitude; thence due west  to the 123rd meridian of longitude; thence due north to the  51st parallel of latitude; thence due west to the western  boundary of the Province; thence southerly and easterly  along theywestern and southern boundaries of the Province  to the point of commencement; but excluding Vancouver  Island and the Gulf Islands, and those parts of the Lillooet  Electoral District and those parts of the Cariboo Electoral  District and those parts of the Yale Electoral District  within the foregoing.  In order to be eligible to vote, a producer must  register with the undersigned by mail on or before  May 20, 1961. Any letter postmarked later tihari May  20, 1961, will not be accepted for registration. Only  those registered on or before May 20, 1961, will re-,  ceiye ballots.  To registeiV send your name, address and num-  be of chickens oyer six months old owned by you to:  For your< convenience, you may clip this coupon  and mail. '  To:  Returning Officer,  .S3*'!'-'" ��-��� hn^.fii .  .-f>V*55!^V?*- ��*�������&    -��^__��*^'_*, <j ,;, J.ii^'.,, ^ ��, ,  BiC..Coast Egg Marketing Scheme,  _-   r*.*r '*J>-  :f��.  next set of gates where the per  formance is repeated. ^Through  these .the ship goes'under her  own-stream through a channel  about 100 yards wide to the  next set of flocks called Pedro  .tr:  HOBERT FORTIER,  Chief of Administrative  Services and Secretary.  -.������:���'  v.';..'y;';.__oxr:_19,..l'                                                   'z"A'\ ���"  Y   Langley, E.C.                                                       I  ���'!���'  ���'���NameY ;���__���___ _: . .���,  :. -__  .... j  i  Address '.-.. :    j  .  :  Number of chickens    ___���:��� '. . __-__   \  L.   MoDONALJ),  Returning Officer.  ���������.������;���    (42-2- '  �����  '       -'     -���:''"���:-"��� -    ������'-   ���- *-: r^ "������������������v"   ���'���J  VOUR  Canada; ^  Prepared  by  'He Research  Staff oi  ENCYCLOPEDIA    CANADIANA  /  I  I  * Come^ntl- get it? mates I  What is a Komatik?  The komatic is a wooden sled ;  used by the  Eskimo.  For Canadian   Eskimo   it   is   the   only  means,  of  transportation   during  the greater part of the year. The^  wood is obtained below the tree  line or from driftwood. Construe-   ,....  tion varies according to the con- ,  ditions of load and land, but allj?;y��  sleds vare long arid narrow with y Y,  numerous crosspieces. Most im-   y.  portant- are the  runners,   which AA..  are   slightly   curved  over   their'1 ���',���':.  whole length, with an unturn at  the  front.  The'steel  shoeing is  removed  as   soon   as   sub-zero  temperatures set in. It isreplac-j  ed by frozen-mud runners which'  for   most   travelling   conditions /-  are superior to any other type J  The kcraatik is coriimonly drawn;  by dogs. .   "'  Who was the youngest bishop in  the Empire?  When   Henry   Joseph   O'Leary:  was consecrated Roman Catholic  bishop  of  Charlottetown in 1913.  he  was  the  youngest  bishop in  the  British   Empire.   From  1920  until his death at Victoria, B.C.,  in 1938, he was archbishop of Edmonton. Archbishop O'Leary was  born at Richibucto, N.B., in 1879..  He  was  educated   in   Montreal  and at the Canadian College in.  Rome. In 1901 he was ordained.  Before becdming bishop of Charlottetown   he   was   engaged   in  parochial work in his native province.  V  I  I  MARSHALL WELLS  ��� 'i ;���__."*   ������'-  BARNAC1E BILL'S  MARINE  PAIBfT  Don't put it off . . ..put;ijk.'o_i..;'..;.;'._tim,��de<'.B-d*s Marine Paint! Prpfecjb all  interior and exterior Surfaces of wood or metal from the destructive action of sea  water. Stands up to severe weather ��� rain, snow br sleet ������ gives-you the,kind  of protection that's made it so popular for use on water craft of all kinds.  Beauty by the gallon for all your painting needs  Borrow tfiit beautiful COLOR HARMONY BOOK! Choose im  your own home from hundreds of modern eotor combination*!  -112-F  MARSHALL WELLS STORES  PARKER'S HARDWARE (Owner)  SECHELT  Phone 885-2171 Coast News, May 18, 1961.  Sechelt news items  Scout book safe successful  9173  SIZES  14'/fc-241_  Inj iflWi^ltfctf^  Wave off all heat waves ���  sew this step-in now in pastel  cotton for simmering days  ahead. Its fluid, princess lines  are ideal for short, fuller  figures. .  Printed Pattern 9173: -Half  Sizes 14V_, 16V_, 18V_, 20V-,  22i/_, 2 4V_ YSize 16V_ requires  3% yards 39-inch fabric.  Send FORTY CENTS (40c) in  coins (stamps cannot be accepted) for this pattern. Please  print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE  NUMBER.  Send your order to MARIAN  MARTIN care of the Coast  News, Pattern Dept., 60 Front  St. West, Toronto,  Ont.  100 FASHION FINDS -��� the  best, newest, most beautiful  Printed Patterns ior; Spring-  Summer, 1961 See them all in  bur brand-new Color Catalog.  Send 35c now!    ; ;  Thomson  (Continued   from Page  2)  and baggage car in the middle  instead of at the front, and  judged from that there might  be some distinction of class or  color in front of and behind it.  The traffic both ways in the  canal is heavy and varied as  to types and flags making it  really a marine cross roads.  We passed several dozen ships,  from small yadht-like Norwegian, refrigerator ships to  square built, utility only U.S.  ore-carriers.  -  We caught up with a ship of  our own type, "Port Invercar-  gill," from, New Zealand, at  Pedro Miguel We couldn't get  off "our ship, they; couldn't get  off theirs, but we heard their  crew hailing ours across the  dock, asking if we had a guitar.  I know the answer to that one.  When the tropical night has  fallen, the boys collect on the  deck-load of lumber, aft, and  drink canned beer, to the accompaniment of-a radio player  on which the boys set tape recording, of South American  dance music, interspersed with  xnale sbriig worse by far than  anything our lady'torch singers can deliver.  Our ship took on oil auid  water at Cristobal and I watched with interest the dockmen  connecting "���:��� up the sections of  pipe from the dock to the ship's  intake and... came to . the conclusion vthat we; worked; faster;  under Tom Fyles on. the Hop-  kdns waterworks^ Y Ax'. ���;'' '���':.  It takes time to realize the  enormous 'extent of tihe Panama canal, and of the variety  of activity it involyesj. ;w_.ter,  power, forestry, maintenance  and defence and how smoothly  and efficiently everything  works out.  Some distance east of Pedro  Miguel locks the canal is being  widened by some 40 feet, the  work being done on the north  bank. This consists of drilling  a row o_ holes iiri the soft: rock  at right angles to the present  bank back to where the new  bank will be, loading them  powerfully and setting off the  blast. When a number of these  rows have been fired tihe debris  is removed by bulldozers and  trucks. One Such blast went  off abouTf 500 yards-ahead of  us and the" debris was falling  almost to the time we got  there. We got the dust and the  fumes and it sounded and looked like an ammunition dump  going up.  (To  be  continuedc)  BY MRS. A.A. FRENCH  Of interest to the Legionaires  on the Peninsula was the 29th  annual banquet of the district  council at Collingwood Legion  Hall. Joyce and Kingsway recently. Overv 100members attended dinner served by ladies  ��� of: Collingwood branch; -   ;  Mrs. C. G. Luckehwas official  delegate ; from the; Sechelt L.A.  She was accompanied by President Ruth Mitchell and the secretary^ Alice A^ Frerich; A; highlight of the; entertainment was a  song by Mrs: Clark, 80 years old.  She refused to use the microphone. She sang an old country  comic ballad and got a good  round of;; applause.  Oa| a; visit from Kent, England is Mrsi? I)YWalkling, staying with Mrs. Alice Batchelor,  an old friend,   y "..'���';.  Mrs. Al Thorold recently  paid a visit to her husband at  Golden, B.C. with son Rick.  Brian is now on a visit to  Powell River.-;--*"'/-'  Mr. and Mrs. Archie Marsh  have left Selma Park for Van  couver.' Both active in Legion  circles and the Selma Park  community centre they will be  very much missed. Mr. Marsh  has been in ill health for some  time and felt that the'move co  Vancouver was necessary. ���  Mrs. Jean Murphy is in, St.  Mary's   Hospital,  Garden ;Bay.  Visiting Mrs. Margaret; Gibson are Capt. and. Mrs. E. Day-  kon of Vancouver. Yv:  FIRE HAZARD LOW;  :������.'���, General .moist weather conditions have, kept the- early  spring fire \ hazard a low danger level. Of the 15 new fires  reported > during the week ending May 12; 9 occurred in the  Kamloops Forest 'District;3 .in  Prince.Rupert;*and one in each  of the Vancouver^ 'Prince  George; and ; Nelson Districts.  Fire hazard remains low in all  areas of the Province'.  The 1st Gibsons Scouts thank  all the people who donated books  and magazines to the successful  book sale which took place Saturday afternoon, May 6 at the  Shell Station. Also thanks go to  the people who bought books  which gave the Raven patrol a  chance to earn $29.59 which is  7-75% of the cost; for this special  ^'patrol to attend the Powell Ri-  ���-ver Camporee oh May"12, 13 and  *14.-' ���  .'.    Thelma   Volen   designed   and  ", made  the sign  "Ye  Olde   Book  ���Shoppe" which helped the boys  .sell books.   .  On April 21, Mario Barendregt  second of Eagle patrol in the 1st  Gibsons Troop, received his interpreter's badge while on April  28, Ricky Wray, second of tne  ���Night Hawk patrol, received his  second class badge.  Also on April;28, Mr. C. Mahl-  man gave an informative talk  and demonstration on the handling of different types of fire extinguishers as well as the prevention of fires.  On the same Friday evening  Cpl. Ruggles of the RCMP explained to the scouts how to  make and obtain some very use  ful and necessary equipment for  scouting. The boys were interested in both fire prevention and  the  making of   equipment.  The patrol competition winding  up the end of April was won for  the second, time by -the Falcon  patrol, which has earned them  a special.,weekend in Garibaldi  Park later this year.  _������  LARGEST BUYER  The pulp arid paper industry  is the largest .industrial buyer  of goods arid services.,  BUILT UP  ROOFS  REROOFING  -  t>URO_p  ROOFS  &  REPAIRS  Free Estimates  BOB NYGREN .  ���.    Phone 886r9656  One half of the area of Canada is wooded. and is suited,  only to the growth of trees.  LAND JACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land , Recording District of,  Vancouver   and ��� situate   North  Lake.  Take notice that Eileen and  Gus Havisto of 1309 E 62nd Ave.  Van. 15, B.C., occupation/machine operator intends to apply  for a lease of the following described lands:-: :  , Commencing at a post planted 6 chns west of N.W. corner  of 6878 GP 1, N.WD thence South  5 chns; thence West 3 chns;  thence North 5 chns; thence East  following lake 3 chns to point of  commencement and containing  1.5 acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer homesite.  <   '    '    ���' Eileen  Havisto  Dated May 3, 1961.  '#  V  THAT POPULAR  fONTIAC LOOK!  ^Today's freshest blend of  elegance and liveliness . . .  that's the secret; of Poritiac's  popular styling!  "X X     > -       ���    <"'"'   " Y'  '' ^LIVtEXCITINO  PERFORMANCE!  vx^J^nbelievably   smooth   and  ;.��:.:.:*ffortiess, Ifontiac's respon--:  '-���'���# Jiv_   performance' is ' your.  ^d'j>ejn   invitation  to  year-'"'.'  ��,.  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"x*  ^There's one  styled . to  suit       ^f  3-jfou"... and your budget!    ^'"'.^^  LinLE THINGS MAKE  THE BIG DIFFERENCE!  F,o.r- extra convenience,  Pontiac is unmistakably out  ijrt front ... thoughtful care  loir-your comfort is all  around you!  UNRIVALLED  OWNER  ENTHUSIASM!  fcsXbu^l discover why  when you drive the in-  "���'comparable   Pontiac  , <. ai"'"'Vo.u r Pontiac  dealer's today!  ANOTHER  KNOCKOUT!  TEMPEST  Canada's Only Front Engine  Rear Transmission Car  All Pontiac's tradition in  a brand-new, trimmer-sized  car. Comes in wagons too!  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LIMITED  WILSON CREEK  Phone 885-2111  MAY IS SAFETY MONTH  CHECK YOUR CAR  CHECK YOUR DRIVING  PREVENT ACCIDENTS '. .      We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  Chrisy Jewelers  MAIL ORDERS  GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION  Ph. 885-2151  Roberts Creek      Natural History    NEW  BOOKS  hall expands group explores j AT LIBRARY  DANNY'S  STOP!  LOOK!  LISTEN!  A SMORGASBORD  After having many requests  for another smorgasbord, we  thought what better occasion  than the long holiday weekend, when many friends and  relatives love to get together.  With this thought in mind  and the holiday soon, make  your reservations. - now and  enjoy it with one another  '   A   '  SMORGASBORD  at  DANNY'S  MOTEL  AND  'DINING ROOM  Sunday, May 21  5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Reservations, Phone 886-9815.  Members at Roberts Creek Legion meeting May 13 were surprised ~tp see the hall twice its  original size. Praises went out  to all of those who helped in the  building and to those of the auxiliary who provided cakes for  their tea.  Ways and means were discussed in how to raise moneys for  the building fund. Official opening is on May 27 at 8 p.m. All  members are asked to contact  Mrs. Thyer, if she does not contact them, in regards to sandwiches for the night.  A birthday party will be held  June 17 at 8 p.m. There are  hopes of more local rentals. Mrs.  Thyer is booking agent. There  will be a tea held at Cummins  on July 22. Mrs. Thyer has  charge of tickets  Earl's Agencies  DRUMMOND BLOCK  Sechelt, B.C.  This   is THE  store  that  dares to be known by  good prices alone  Twenty-three members of the  Vancouver Natural History Society spent Sunday in the Gibsons Gower Point; area. .They  were interested to tour Mr. Char-  man's garden and looked .with  envy at his early vegetables and  flowers.-  ���;��������� :Y -y.'4yy  It was not a good day for birds  but between: y40; and 50 - different  species, of. flowering plants and  shrubs were noted in blossom.  . A young engineer from, New Zealand welcomed the opportunity  to learn about British Columbia's  trees.   ,  ���������.������"���' Z y._XAZ. '  Picnic lunches were 'eaten in  the West's garden, the younger  members returning along the  beach. Several of the party stayed too long on Gospel Rock enjoying the view and almost missed the bus, in fact one gentle'-  man was so '.busy taking photographs that he had to be rushed  to .-Langdaleyto catch the ferry.  Friday (night's throw-mat was won by Mr. Jules  Mainil, and on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Alf  Winn won.  YOU TOO MAY WIN ONE!  See our ad on'page eight  BURRITT BROS.  Glad Tidings  men at camp  Led by Pastor R. F. Norris.  Gibsons and Pastor Reg Lazell  of Vancouver,.29 young men from  Glad. Tidings Tabernacle, Vancouver and branch churches in  Abbotsford, Langley, Whalley  and Gibsons went on a three day  camping trip.  Arriving at Glad Tidings, Gibsons,; a lively service was led  by the young men. A delicious  hot dinner followed. They .journeyed by car to Porpoise Bay  where they boarded the water  taxi and travelled 12 miles up  to Salmon Arm.  They hiked in the daytime and  every night testimonies and  singing around the camp fire.  Clams were dug and delicious  chowder was made on the spot  and; enjoyed by all.  'Arriving back the same way  a hot meal awaited the. young  men in Gibsons. Another lively  service' was enjoyed after which  everyone. journeyed home with  many happy memories.  Oil Burner & Chimney  GUARANTEED SERVICE  EAVESTROUGHS   AND  DOWNP1PES   CLEANED  ROOF   DEMOSSING  Lions Gate Chimney Service  Ph. 886-2622  ���.'.';."' BALLET EXAMS  Thirteen children from the  Gibsons area will take part in  the Royal Academy Examinations to be held on May 27, at  the Legion Hall. Miss Pauline  Dibbs of England will be conducting  the examinations.  Extra Holiday Bus Service  May 22  Lv Sechelt  Lv Roberts Creek  Lv Gibsons  Ar Vancouver  4:30 p.m.  4:50 p.m.  5:10 p.m.  7:15 p.m.  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT LTD,  GARBAGE COLLECTION  Gibsons & District  MON.  WED.  THURS.  1st & 3rd       WEEKS      2nd & 4��h  Day off* &   Extras  Roberts &reek, Gower  Point  &- Pratt Road  Rocky Road, Highway  School area & Stores  Reid Road & North Road  Gibsons   Village,    starting  at Pentecostal Church  & Stores  Gibsons  Gibsons & Stores  Granthams & Stores  Soames Point,   �����.  Hopkins &  Langdale  Stores  Gibsons Bay area  Headlands, Gower  Point Road & Stores  GIBSONS  Adult  Department  Summer of Pride ��� Elizabeth  Savage.  Annie's Captain ��� Kathryn  Hulme.  ;The   Arena ���-. William   Hag-  .gard.  Dark Sea Running ��� George  Morrill..  The Sailcloth Shroud.��� Charles Williams ��� - ���  The Wilderness Stone ��� Robert  Nathan. % ' ,  Farewell by Death ��� Vernon  Warren. ,  Calabash of Diamonds ��� Margaret Lane.  Juvenile Department  Fiction       <���  Ages 4-6: Chip, Chip ��� Wright.  Ages 10-14: St. George for England��� Henty.'  To California by Covered Wagon���Stewart.;  Sand Dune Pony ��� Nesbit.  The Meltedj Coins ��� Dixon.  Gold in Mosquito Creek ��� Reynolds.  ���'������������..:-".'. '  The Fire Patrol ��� Reynolds.  Non-Fiction  Ages 10-14: George Washington ��� North.  Sequoyah ��� Marriott.  Balboa ��� Relsenberg.  Abe Lincoln ��� North  Lewis : and Clark Expedition  ��� Neuberger.  Wyatt Earp ��� Holbrook.  Knots: -in * pine -logs are almost imperishable,' ���' decaying  ���much, less rapidly than the log  itself. ���  , lliiinli Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  7:45 a.m., Holy Communion  11:15 a.m., Matins    y  11:15 a;m.,; Sunday School  St Aidan's, Roberts Creek  3:00 p.n_., .Evensonp  i-1.00. a:mY Sunday School  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  11:00  a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m., Evensong  PORT MELLON  9:30  a.m. Holy  Gonimunion  St.  Mary's,  Pender  Harbour  11 a.m. Holy Communion  Redroofs Community Hall  3 p.m. Evensong  UNITED  Gibsons  9:45  a.m.,  Sunday School  11:00 a.m., Divine Service  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.    .  Wilson Creek  11  a.m. Sunday School  3:30 p.m.,  Divine Service  ST* VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9:00 a.m.  St.  Mary's,   Gibsons,   10:30 a-m.  Port  Mellon, first Sunday of  each month at 11:35 a.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST  Sechelt  10 a.m. .Sunday School  11:15 am., Worship Service  . 7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  Roth's Home, Marine J-rive  7:30 p.m., United Church  CHRISTIAN     SCIENTISTS  Church Service?  and   Sunday  School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts  Creek  United Church  ;  PENTECOSTAL "  GIBSONS  9:45 a.m.,  Sunday School  11:00 ajn. Devotional  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service   '  Wed., 7:30, Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m., Young  People  Sat., 7:30, Prayer  Glad Tidings Tabernacle ,  .   . 10 a.m., Sunday  School \  11 a.m.  Morning Worship i  3 p.m. Bible Forum ,\.  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service   \  Wednesday, 7 p.m;,  Bible Class ���  Friday,  7:30 p.m. Rally ;  Sat., 7 p.m., Young Men's Action '  Club i  Halfmoon Bay  By PAT WELSH  Halfmoon Bay Improvement  Association Ladies auxiliary held  another successful tea on May  13. .Rutherford hall was crowded with eager shoppers who purchased children's wear, aprons,  and novelties! Bedding and potted plants were also in great demand. Home baking tables were  loaded with prettily iced cakes  for Mother's Day, and bread,  buns and cookies' soon vanished.  Tea was served at small tables  each with' its vase of mauve lilacs and tired shoppers enjoyed  tea, sandwiches, cakes, etc., and  chatted with old friends. The  children were not forgotten and  the fish-pond was their rendezvous.  In charge of sewing, Mrs. R.  Schutz, Mrs. Ed Edmunds and  Mrs. T. Mosier; plants, Mrs. G.  Jorgensen and Mrs. J. Allen;  home baking, Mrs. Bev Robinson  and Mrs. G. Nygard;;" fishpond  and tickets,' Mrs., M. Tinkley;  tea," Mrs\ Q/ Burrows and Mrs.  G. Rutherford; servers were  Mrs. P. Dolye, Mrs. M. Foley  and Mrs. E. Brooks. A beautiful ping dogwood tree was presented to .Mr. and Mrs. A. Rutherford 'by Mrs. P. Doyle, president, on behalf of members of  the auxiliary in recognition of  their many kindnesses in the use  of their home and hall.     -  Mrs. Bulloch and son of Dawson Creek visited Mrs. I. Han-  ey this week, returning home  Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Han-  ley of Deep Cove weekended  with his mother;  PEN MOR  GREENHOUSES  PRATT ROAD     Y  BEDDIE PMTS  FORMLE  CLOSED   SUNDAYS  Ph. Alan Nevins,   886-2114  ��� 'Several-^nembers- of   the ' T.  Campbell   family    enjoyed   the  weekend, at Damp ^IjJayy * sailing  .and playing ���tennis.'1' ������  Canon Alan Greene has left  on' an eastern vacation. He will  visit friends in Calgary and Winnipeg, his son John and wife in  Toronto and will drive on to Can-  so, N.S. to see his new granddaughter Beth, who is the daughter of the Rev. R. and Mrs. Tuck  the ^former Catherine  Greene.  TIMBER  4    ./Coast News, Mayr 18, 1961.  Have cash for standing timber  Phone  886-2604  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  ' SECHELT, B.C.     ,..  .��� t ~    Ph. 885-9525    :.,.,,;  TUES. to SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just .for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring  Inter School Christian Fellowship  Presents  HIDDEN TREASURES  A^^ Moody ^scientific film, to be shown in Gibsons  United Church;Friday, May 19 at 7:30 p.m.  : A ' collection will be taken  ioh4> ...  QUEEN JO ANNE  and ATTENDANTS  GAIL and LESLEY  TASELLA SH0PPE  Ph. 885-9331  SECHELT THEATRE  PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DAISIES  Doris Day     (Technicolor)    David Niyen'  Thurs., Fri. & Sat. ��� 8 p.m;  Holiday Special  LEGEND  OF TOM DOOLEY  Jo Morrow    (Technicolor)    Michael London  SUNDAY MIDNIGHT SHOW  & 8 p.m. MONDAY  Treat the Children to  MAY DAY in SECHELT  FREE BALLOONS  the Largest Selection  of Shoes Ever  Y       If you can't see what you like ask for it  ALL SAVAGE SHOES AT CITY PRICES  PIERRE 5PARIS ��� DAYTON ��� BONNY STUART  Phone orders appreciated ��� Sechelt 885^9519  Wigard's Shoe Store  . v    t  ' 'X  Come and see our up-to-date stock  of camping supplies  '���'���   PISHING TACKLE ��� CHARTS ��� TIDE BOOKS  $3.95 up  See ��� oiir government approved Life-Jackets  with sizes for the whole family from ������.���....  OPEN HALF DAY  WEDNESDAY  UNTIL  FURTHER NOTICE  ^  APPLIANCES  J  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-2331 Coast News,* May 18, 1961. 5  COMING  EVENTS  May 19, _JL:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Legion HaUV Sechelt, Kinettes rummage and bake sale.  May 19/L.A. Rummage Sale,  Roberts Creek Legion, 2 p.m.  May 20, Canadian Legion 109  Cabaret, Legion Hall, Gibsons,  9 p.m.  ��    BINGO ��� BINGO ��� BINGO  - Nice- prizes and~ Jackpot  Every Monday at 8 p.m. in the  Gibsons Legion  Hall.   CARD OF THANKS   I wish to thank all those who sent  flowers, cards and good wishes  during my illness in Vancouver  General   Hospital.  May  Kurtzhals  We would like to express our  thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindnesses, many  cards and good wishes, flowers  and 'gifts during our stay in hos-  pital. ' '   > ' '  Irene and John Coleridge.  DEATH NOTICE  REAL ESTATE  ; MISC. FOB SALE (Continued)        DIRECTORY (Continued)  CLENDINNING ��� Passed away  May 13, 1961, Eva K. Clendin-  ning of Gibsons, BIC. Survived  by her husband, William B., 3  daughters Mrs. Eunice M.T. Nak  ken, Gibsons; Mrs. Joan M. W.  Rigby, Gibsons; Mrs. Marjorie  R. C. Drew, Tahsis, B.C.; 2 brothers, Ernie Sergant; Gibsons,  and Fred Sergant, Vancouver,  B.C.; 2 sisters, Mrs. E. Skelton,  Port Coquitlam, B.C.; Mrs. J. L.  Gorhman, Calif.; 10 grandchildren. Private funeral service  Monday, May 15 from the.Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons B.C.  Rev. Denis F. Harris officiating. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Building,  Fund of. St; Mary's Hospital;  Garden; Bay, B'.Cj.''y YY  SOUTHWELL ��������� Passed -away  May 13, 1961, George Henry  Southwell in his 96th year,; of  Kleiridaley Pender Harbour, B.C.  Survived by his wife Ivy (Val),  3 sons, Harry, West Vancouver;  John, Roberts Creek, Ray, North  Vancouver;: 2. daughters, Miss  Nora R. Southwell, Santa Barbara, Calif., Mrs. Lee Randolph,  Carmel, Calif.; : 8 grandchildren,  8 greatgrandchildreni; Funeral  service Wednesday, May 17, 1961,  2:30 p.m., from St. Mary's Anglican Church; Garden Bay, B.C.  Rev. Denis F:: Harris officiating.  Interment, Kleindale Cemetery.  Harvey Funeral Home diresctors.  Farm ..and garden work .done,  also pruning. G. Charman, Ph.  886-9862.  HELp WANTED (Female)        ~"  AVON needs a capable, reliable  woman to service customers in  established territory in  Gibsons.  4 to  5   hours,  daily,    excellent-  earning opportunity to right person   Write today. Mrs. J. Mulli-.  gan, Westsyde, Kamloops.  LOST-   ���'  REWARD  % carat diamond in partial setting,' lost between Gibsons and  Sechelt area. Phone; 885-9526.  FUELS  WOOD & COAL  % cord loads,'any length  Fir,   $9;   Alder Y$7;   Maple $7  GALT HARD COAL  $32 ton, $17 y2 ton, $2 bag  ~ Blacksmith's  coal available  TOTEM LOGS, 12 log box, $1  Terms;.may  be;.arranged "in'.  wood fill-up orders.  R. N. HASTINGS Ph. 886-9902  WATCH REPAIRS  For    guaranteed watah    and  jewelry    repairs, see ' Chris's  Jewelers,  Sechelt. Work  done  on the premises. tfn  MOTOR  CARS  xxxxxxxx.    ���  XX<    .������-���  V:"'.    ;.X   ��� ������  XXX .���-������..��� X ���'������������  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  XX /-\XXXXXXX/-\ XXX  <XX\J XXXXXX \_J XX  WHO ELSE WANTS  A NEW CAR!  .   .'���'������> .    '���  '    ���.'..���.  BUY IT WOW WITH A  LOW.COST LirK-INSURED  XX    XXX   XXXX XXXX X , XXXX  i      x    2    x    x 5xx>?  X XX       X      X   X  cxx  X  xxx  xxx xxxx.v':x.-yx.-icr;  xxxx x  XXXX  H L���y!xi  XXXX X  5x   5  XXX  X      XX  X,        X  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  Jbeal with  Confidence   with  TOM DUFFY  SECHELT REALTY  AND INSURANCE  FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE  Phones: 885-2161,   385-2120  Close to beach, 60' frontage,  comfortable 4 room home with  sun porch, storage room, full  plumbing,, 10 fruit trees, small  friuts, ornamental shrubs, bulbs  etc. Pressure water system. Full  price   $6750.   $2500  will 'handle.  Just a few lots left in Evergreen Acres Subdivision. Prices  from $800. 10%  down. Call  KAY BUTLER  Sechelt 885-2161 or  Gibsons 886-2000, evenings.  CHAS .ENGLISH Ltd.  Office next to Super-Valu  For rent,  2  br.   cottage,   access  to  beach.  Suitable elderly.  couple, Rent $45' per 'month.  Waterfront properties, Davis  Bay,   Selma  Park  and Sechelt.  To view call Ewart McMynn  Real Estate.and Insurance  Gibsons   886-2481  Evenings   886-2500  DRUMMOND REALTY  We have buyers, and require  listings  1 acre of land' in desirable  location. >  2 acres of land, choice, in  Gibsons.  If, you want, a summer home,  see* * A  ' DRUMMOND REALTY  Notary Public  Gibsons Phone 886-7751  ,  "A Sign of Service"  PHONE 886-2191  Gibsons B.C.  "���'II. B. GORDON and KENNETT  ������'������������'..'������������������'���LIMITED''-1'-'  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  '::PROREitTY;FOR"sAXEy; '.-.  800 ft. waterfront property, Sechelt district, 5 room /house with  beautiful grounds* partly fur-:  nished,: $12,000;; small down pay-  : merit 4 j>h. 885-93%- Y  '  PROPERTYy WANTED     y      Y  Married: coupe.y ��� want -to b'ut>; a.  small lot ^r small pieee^bfyland  near seaY shore ��� y if possible on;  road levels ; withiY partly good  earth, for .garden and build a  small cottage, between Roberts  Creek and Sechelt. Also want to'  ^fent a~bedrdoi^  plate during;.time to build.>Box  606,   Coast News^       y'      ;  FOR RENT -AAZyXy 4  2 bedroom "bea^'cottage.yMar-  ine   Drivej   Gibsons.   Available  June 15. Write John Inglis, Marine Drive, Gibsons or phone 886-'  9940 between 6 and 7 p.m;  3 room furnished suite, in Gibsons.  Phone  886-9889. Y  Accommodation Y available $15  per month" at Stone Villa. A.  Simpkins.. Ph. 885-2132.  New modern one bedroom .partly furnished, house, beautiful,  view. $50. Phone 886-2559.  For, rent or lease; :4'rpp^n;house j ���:  on Sechelt I^ighwayY l|uit'- periY i  sioners\   Phone, 886-2383;' Y  1 bedrqohY unfurnished suite, Palmer   A'pts.",f Marine  Drive,   Gib;'  sone Ph.   886-9363.  Top. soil, cement gravel, washed  and screened, road gravel and  fill.' Delivered and spread. Ph.  886-9826.  Medium Fawcett oil heater, like  new,  cheap for   cash.  Mrs.   M. <  Cooper, R.R. 1, Upper Road, Gibsons. "   r  Rogers Plumbing -Supplies  Gibsons Phone 886-2092  Wholesale & Retail t  11 oil ranges, some as good as  new, $69 to $139; these are factory built ranges, not conver-.  sions. 1 Automatic oil hot air.  furnace, Duo Therm, only $65.;  5 4 ring electric ranges, all been  tested, $29 to. $39. 3 space heat-,  ers, $25. 1 new double, cement-  laundry tub, $12.50. 1 new single,,  cement  laundry tub,  $11.50.  Used electric and gas ranges, al-'  so oil ranges. C & S Sales, Ph."  885-9713,   Sechelt.  Rogers ~ Pluftbing: Supplier, Gib- t  sons Ph.. 886-2092.' 40. used doors ���  and windows,  from $1   to $5.50.  WANTED  Boy's bike for 8 year old. Phone  886-9993:        ;    '   -,��� ,,'--���  '������^���:.-UA    :  Old operatic records, any make  Fair price.-Gib. Gibson/Roberts  Creek P.O. Y ���'    ���  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Fiirniture; Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.     :  Wanted immediately, Doberman  Pinscher, male, for breeding.  Mrs. Soose, Box 431, Sechelt.  BOATS FOR  SALE  14 ft. clinker builtS.W. day boat  , powered by 10 horsepower Briggs  and   Stratton   Model  Z   engine.  Phone 886-9545.  6' x 15' cedar skiff, like new  condition.   $150.   Phone   886-9897. ���  22 ft.   Norcraft   water  taxi  for  sale or swap. In first class shape.  , Propertyy acreage or car; considered.   Phone  886-2350Y  ANNOUNCEMENT  Ornamental    perforated   garden  wall  can beYbuilty;of; concrete^  blocksyfojr 35c per foot������ Sample-  job at--Davis;?Bay.%-A!ASimpkins:L  Telephone 885-2132.- YY  Hand saws filed and set. Galleys,  Sechelt Highway.;   -> ������;.. -������     yyY  ���H; Almond, -Roberts Creek; cair-:  penter, builder j alterations, repairs, kitchen cabinets. Guaranteed; wo.^. Phone886-9825;; y44  A   ^ELPHINSl^NEYcb-OPZ"A. '  Lucky Number  May 13 ��� 18315, Blue.  PETER   CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer  and  Stonemason  All kinds of brick arid stonework  Alterationsrand repairs  Phone 886-7734  VICTOR D'AQUST  ���: Painter ��� Decorator  -   Interior ��� Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phorie 886-9652, North Road.  Office space in Sechplt Post Office building. Apply at Maj shall  Wells Store.   :r . -: ; ������   _^y  Furnished suite, 2 bedrooms,  suitable for 3 or 4. Ph. 886-2163.  Room to rent, first class accommodation.  Phone 885-9688.  WANTED TO RENT  1 or 2 bedroom house, anywhere  between  Langdale;  and   Sechelt..  Must have, .lease .-and be 'reason-"  able. Box 607, Coast News.  MISC. FOR SALE  One 10-10 Lawrence Donkey with  Fairleads. In1 good condition.  Will sell cheap. Write Box 608;  Coast News or phone 885-4466  . Shingoleen and brand name paint  . less than half price. 5 hp. Vik:  ing outboard, $50. Earl's  Agencies,   Gibsons. y  18 ft. livable Rambler Trailer  $600 or nearest offer. Enquire  Les  Robinson  Ph.   885-9518.  1 10 Kilowatt Diesel light  plant ;  $300, as is,-where is. Can be seen  at Egmont Community Hall. Enquire at Dunlop's Store, Eghiont  B.C.  Tree falling, topping, or removing lower limbs for view Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour:" Phone 886-9946.  Marven Volen. ���.":' ']-���  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone Se-'  chelt 885-9678 or write Box 584,  Coast - News. .1; Y.;; A ���;. YY;''/'.  Carpentry, house framing and  finishing, specializing in interior  finishing or cabinet work. Guen-  ther Barowsky,   Ph.  886-9880.  TIMBER CRUISING  K. M. Bell, 2572. Birch��� St, _Van:  couver 9, Phone REgerit 3-0683.  DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior paiming. Also  paperhanging. Phone Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  FOUND  For sale or trade, 1949 Pontiac  coupe, running, $95. Mrs. R.  Brummell, Elphinstone Rd., Roberts Creek.  Gillnet drum, 48" dia., 36" wide,  complete with drive, shafts,  chain,' sprockets, transmission.  Set of rollers for stern. Phone  TU 3-2316.  Matchless 350 single motorcycle,  3955. Very good condition. Phone  TU 4-5361.  Round peeled cedar fence posts,  4-6 in. at top. 6 ft. long, 75c ea.  Ph.   Sechelt  885-9634.  A place to get take out service  we : suggest  local- grown   fried  half  chickeri with. French fried  potatoes from DANNYJS  Phone  886-9815  DIRECTORY  C. ROY GREGGS  Phone 885-9712  For   cement gravel,  fill,  road  gravel and crush rock.  Backhoe and Loader  Light Bulldozing  A. IS,,RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing,  Grading,  Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  ^YFOB RENTAL  Arches, Jacks,   Pumps  ;  Air Compressor. Rock Drill  Concrete   Vibrator  Phone 886-2049  ~       MADEIRA    PARK  BUILDING SUPPLY Co.. Ltd.  Cement  gravel,   $2.25 yd.  Road gravel   and fill.   $1.50 yd.  Delivered   in  Pender   Harbour  area  Lumber.     Plywood.     Cement  Phone TU 3-2241  Draperies by the yard  or made ;to. measure  AH. accessories... Y  C & S SALES  Phone 885-9713  See us for all yjour knitting  requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"   Y ������YAgenteY'Y-.������..���:;;.  Brown Bros. Florists  Annie's Flower Shop  Phorie 886-9543 ^  PENINSULA     CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  ^Peninsula  Phone  Phone 886-2200  A. M. CAMPBELL  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  Commercial Domestic  West Sechelt, Phone 885-2147  CLYDE PARNWELL   "  XV SERVICE  Radio and Electrical Repairs  Evening calls a  specialty  : APhone 886-2633  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  :x  vro.44-y -  MWE CARRY THE STOCK"  Phone 886-2.42  LET US HELP YOU  PLAN NOW  BILL SHERIDAN  TV, APPLIANCES  SEWING MACHINES  Sales and Service  Phone 886-2463 or 885-9534  Complete auto body repairs  and paint       ���     - .  Chevron Gas and Oil service  All work guaranteed  ROBERTS CREEK SERVICE  AND AUTOBODY  Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2152  Night  calls, 886-2684      '  STOCK WELL & SONS  y       885-4488;;for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe Yand   front  end loader work. Clean  cement  gravel,-fill and road- gralveL  SCOWS    ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  &..Log Towing  f Phone 885-4425  TELEVISION  iSALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  RICHTER'S RADIO r- TV  '���'.'������'      Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  i,   Record  Bar  v Phorie 885-9777  DIRBCTORY (Continued) y  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY   PUBLIC  4   .:- X''-"ai' ,���..;���,.  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone  886-2346  .House  Phone, 8.6-2100  WATER   SURVEY   SERVICES  CONSULTANTS  L. C. EMERSON  R.R. 1,   Sechelt  ���85-9510  GIBSONS PLUMBING  Heating.  Plumbing  Quick,  efficient service  Phone  886-2460  PENINSULA SAND &  GRAVEL  Phone   886-9813  Sand;   gravel, "crushed   uock.  All material: washed and screened or pit run.  Good cheap fill  FOR <_1_ASS  ���.*:���'���.-���,.;.".-'��� of, all^kinds-:;-'':.'  Phone 886-9837  PEN_NSULA GLASS  RITA'S BEAUTY SHOP  Tinting and Styling  Phone  886-2409  Sechelt Highway   a , ���.  Gibsons Village  FIRE & AUTO  INSURANCE  >.-:.ca!t:.  GIBSONS , SECHELT  886-2191 885-2913  "A Sign of Service"  H. B. GORDON and KENNETT  L-M-TEp  MARSHALL'S   PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9690 or 886-2442.  DIRECTORY (Coniinued)   ;  SAND ��� GRAVEL  CEMENT  BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVEWAYS, FILL, eta  SECHELT  BUILQINC   SUPPLIES  Phone 885-9600  RADIO & TV SERVICE  .    JIM LARKMAPT  Radio, TV repairs  Ph. 886-2346       Res., 886-2538  New and Used TVs for sale  See them in the Jay Bee  Furniture Store, Gibsons  LAND   SURVEYING  VERNON C. GOUDAL, BCLS  Y     Box 37, Gibsons, B. C.  ���'. or  P.O.  Box 772, Port  Coquitlam  Phone WHitehall 2-8914  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios,   Appliances,  TV  Service  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 886-9325  Authorized GE Dealer  DEALERS for  FIBREGLAS KITS  and MATERIAL  Fibreglas Steelcote Epc(.  Lux paint  Fibreglas Anti-fbuling  paint ;���  FAIRfVIILE  BOAT WORKS  ROBERTS   CREEK ��� 886-7738  ATTENTION I MEMBERS ! !  CANADIAN LEGION 109  CABARET  9 p.m. ���  SATUR D AY, MAY 20  &>:*.4  CANADIAN   LEGION   HALL - Gibsons  .HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy. Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph.   886-7721 Res.   886-9956  C  & S SALES ~~  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for.ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also .Oil Installation  ':..'. A' 4 yFree estimate  V.Y YY Furniture  Phone 885-9713  U:   ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM   ELECTRIC   LTD-  Sechelt  Phone 885-2062    Y  Residence,   885-9532.  Don't  say   Bread,   say   "McGAVIN'S"  Local Sales Rep.  Norman Stewart  Ph. 886-9515  R.R.I, Gibsons  i^_S��&*ist.&*��SS*;a  FOR SALE  Tenders are invited for the purchase of an FR 2 Lister  Diesel Ligihting plant'which, may be seen in operation at  Egmont; School, Egmont, B.C. Further information may" be  obtained frcm Mr.'Harry Chaster, Maintenance Supervisor.  Tenders, marked "Lighting Plant," will be accepted until  12 noon. on.June 2, 1961.  The higliest or any bid will  not necessarily  b<e accepted.  Board of School  Trustees,  Sechelt School District   No.  48.  See our renovated store  on Marine Drive in Gibsons  OdR REOPENING CELEB1ATI0N TAKES PLACE  Friday, May 26  Door Prizes & Special Bargains  <  GIBSONS HARDWARE  MARSH \LL   WELLS  STORE  Ed. A Wilson. 0��T.?r ��� Ph. S86-2443  _ Bal^wmi Bay notes  iaonAWlvcc(_U U>^it-jM^  609���SUMMER SNOWFLAKES���these dainty doilies are -welcome gifts, a cool touch for tables. Crochet directions for 9V_-  inch round; 81/- square; 7V_xllV_ oval in No. 50 cotton.  564���TINY TOTS' SUNSUITs are so easy to sew and embroider,  you can quickly make a sisterMbrother set. Embroidery transfer;  pattern pieces sizes 1, 2, 3, 4 included.  758���BUDGET-BRIGHT APRONS ��� each takes less than one  yard 35-inch fabric! Combine  even small remnants to create a  color-inspired effect. Pattern pieces; transfer; directions.  R6B-1036 (copyright No.  117093)  Send thirty-five cents; (coins} for each pattern (stamps cannot  be accepted) to Coast News, Household Arts Dept., 60 Front St.  West, Toronto, Ont. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, PATTERN  NUMBER.  JUST OFF THE PRESS! Send now for our exciting, new  1961 Needlecraft Catalog. Over 125 designs to crochet, knit, sew,  embroider, quilt, weave���fashions, homefurnishings, toys, gifts,  bazaar hits. Plus FREE ��� instructions for six smart veil caps.  Send 25c for this Needlecraft Catalog.  This week s RECIPE  Halibut Isle Royale  2 pounds fresh hali1_ut~_teaks  1 teaspoon salt  V_ teaspoon paprika  Few  grains cayenne  Juice of 1, lemon  ;  a/_ cup finely;- chopped onion  2 tablespoons  butter,   melted  Green pepper strips (optional)  If steaks are large,; cut: then,  into seizing-size portions. Place  in a. single layer in a shallow  dish. Combine salt, paprika,  cayenne, and lemon juice. Pour  this mixture over steaks. Marinate in refrigerator fori hour,  turning at half time to permit  seasoning to penetrate both  sides. Cook onion in butter until limp but not browned. Place  marinated steaks in a shallow,  greased baking dish and spread  with onion. If desired, garnish  each portion with several thin  strips of green pepper.  Spoon remaining butter from,  frying pan over steaks. Bake  in a hot oven at 450 degrees  F. until flesh will easily separate imto flakes on testing with  a fork. Allow about 10 minutes cooking time per inch  thickness of the steaks. Serve  piping hot. Makes 4 to 6 servings.  *    *     *  Tender baking powder biscuit dough encases chopped apples to make this tempting  dessert that cooks in a sweet  .sauce.  Dough  F. (rather slow). Cook rice according to package directions;  ' onix in butter while rice is still  hot. Scald milk. Beat eggs  slightly; beat in sugar, cocoa, .  salt and vanilla. Gradually stir  in scalded milk. Stir in cooked  rice. Turn into a la/_-quart casserole. Oven-poach in preheated oven until a silver knife  inserted in centre will come out  clean ^ ��� about 1 hour. Serve i  warm with sweetened/ whipped  crearii and a sprinkle of pecans, if, desired.  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  - In .Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate at  North Lake.  Take notice that Shirley  Florence Galley of N. Delta,  occupation school teacher, intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:-  Commencang at a post planted ai;N.E;y corner on lakeshore  and adjacent to surveyed lot  6879; thence 3 chains along  shoreline in a northeasterly direction; {hence 10 chains southwesterly; thence 3 chains  southeasterly; thence 10 chains  along line of lot 6879 to the  commencing post and containing three acres, more or less,  for the purpose of summer  camp.  Shirley Florence Galley.  Dated A^ril 25, 1961.  By PAT WELSH  The La(hes Auxifilry of the  Half moon Bayi Impixivement Association will hold a tea; at 2 p.m.  Saturday, May 13 at Rutherf | i's  in addition there, will be-a sale  of house; and[bedding, plants, sewing and home baking:.  Halfmoon Bay PTA ^members'.  met at the home; of Mrsv R.  Warne, Monday, May 1, Mrsl G.  Rutherford -in the chain Plans  were discussed for the children's  sports day. to be held June 11 in  the school grounds. The quilt  made by members will - be raffled on that date. Tickets can  be obtained from members of the  PTA. Mrs! G. Nygard and Mrs.  B. Lassko were hostesses.  Weekending at the Pete Meuse  home were Mi*. an^ Mrs. N. G.  Williamson and Miehele of Coquitlam. ';���'���'.-'  YyYY;  Mrs. BatesYof Chicago is at  her summer "home at Hydaway  for the next two weeks, while  Mrs. Rae Kolterman is visiting  a sister in Vancouver this weekend. .' '.-....'.'......  Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooper and  Mrs. W. Aberhart are en route  to Calgary where Mrs. Aberhart  will spend the summer with her  daughter Mrs. C.: McNutt. Miss  Marilyn Cooper has been the  guest of her parents for several  days,. ���.���'���";  Mr. and Mrs. F, Claydon enjoyed a visit with Mrs. Claydon's  brother, Mr. Luther Penhale of  Cornwall, Ont;., Mr. Penhale was  en-route home from visiting his  daughter and family in Melbourne, Australia. He left for  his home on Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Claydon will  be in Vancouver for a few days  visiting their son George and  friends, while the Ernie Whites  will visit their son and family in  North Vancouver.  At their summer homes this  weekend were Mr. and Mrs. H.  Pearson and Robin, and Mr. and  Mrs.  H. Hunt.  Mrs. Doskatch and son Dean  of. Surrey, were the weekend  guests of Mrs. Doug Foley.  Redroofs Ladies Guild, had a  showing of interesting films recently at the home of Mrs! I.  Hanley. The travel film, 'Wings  to Italy" was most enjoyable,  also one of the Gaspe Peninsula.  Other films shownf were Wahr  leach Dam and Land of Tomorrow. Refreshments .were served  by the ladies to the large number of persons present. Films  shown were by courtesy of the  B.C. Electric Co. Roy Holgate  was projectionist.  Omitted from last week's report on the recital by pupils of  Mrs. Brooke were Bev Ness, piano, Debbie McKissock, piano,  and  Ronnie Malcolm,  violin.  Coast  News,  May 18,   1961  FOREST, CONSUMPTION.  Of the average annual- forest consumption, Canadian  pulp and paper mills account  for 30.8 percent; fuelwood for  13.6 percent; timber and other  products for '43.7 percent; exports for 5.7 percent; and forest fires for 6.2 percent. Pulp  and paper, Canada's greatest  creator of wealth and her largest exporter, is based on the  harvest of less than a third of  the nation's annual wood .consumption.  LARGEST EMPLOYER  Pulp and paper is the largest  employer ainongst all tihe  manufacturers in  Canada.  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  Chris* Jewelers  MAIL ORDERS  GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  #��-  ��� MARVELUBE  ��� ESSOLUBE HDX  ��� MINERALUBE  ��� MOBILOIL.  ��� ESSO lyi.P- GREASE  and other high quality lubricants  for all requirements  DANNY WHEELER  HOPKINS LANDING  fcsSO)    ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL. FOR THE BEST  Raj's Upholstery  Wide stock of latest materials  Free Pick-up & Delivery  Car Seats &  Boat Cushions  ONE DAY SERVICE  ON  CHROME SUITES  Ph.   886-2173   for   information  BACKHOE & LOADER  WALT   NYGREN  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  Ph. 886-2350  ROGERS  PLUMBING SUPPLIES  Gibsons, B.C. ��� Phone 886-2092  WHOLESALE & RETAIL  We are now about settled in our new store  corner PRATT ROAD & HI-WAY  LARGER STOCK & STILL CHEAPER  COMPLETE BATHROOM 3 PIECE SETS  only $97.50 to $129.50  white colored sets $119 complete  , fancy bathroom sets $169 complete  ELECTRIC GLASS, LINED HOT WATER BOILERS  No. 30^-$74      ���      No. 40���$89  USUAL GUARANTEE .       .  BIG SELECTION STAINLESS STEEL SINKS  Y       single���$13.90      ���       double���$29.50  White Pembroke baths, substandards, 2 only���$37.50 >  WE   HAVE   THEylJARGEST STOCK OF PLASTIC  PIPE   ON THE PENINSULA AND  CHEAPER  SPECIAL CANARY YELLOW BATHROOM SET  complete, nothing more to buy $139.50  1/2" copper pipe   ............ ....................  20^ per foot  New close coupled toilets with seats    $31.90  Steel septic tank   .���................:....:...:. ........:... .$48.50  NEW BEATTY PISTON PUMP, 1 only  compact unit was $168 now cut to $154  Used 4 ring electric stoves, all tested    $29  Oil ranges, good condition    $65 to $79  We have oil range fans motors, xarbiwators, oil filters  WE DELIVER ANYwflJERE ON THE PJENINSULA  7 a.nu to 11 p.m. beginning Feb. 6  Store closed all day Monday but open after 6 p.m.  1 cup sifted all-purpose flour  2 teaspoons baking powder  Vz teaspoon salt  1 tablespoon  su^ar  3 tablespoons shortening  Vs cup milk  1 teaspoon cinnamon  Syrup .  1 cup sugar  1 cup water  Boil together  5 minutes  2 cups chopped apples  Sift dry ingredients. Cut in  shortening. Add milk to make  a soft dough. Roll out on flour-/  ed board in rectangle about  V_-inch thick. Spread 2 cups  chopped apples over dough  and roll up like a jelly roll.  Cut into 1-inch pieces and  place cut-side down in buttered pan. Sprinkle toith cinnamon. Pour hot syrup over  slices. Bake in hot oven, 425  degrees F., for 45 minutes, or  until done.  *    *    *  Chocolate Rice Pudding  (makes 6 servings)'  Vz cup dehydrated precooked  rice  *A cup butter  2 cups milk  2 eggs  3A cup granulated  sugar  Vz cup cocoa  *A teasipoon salt  Vz teaspoon vanilla whipped  cream, ootionRl  Preheat  oven   to   325   degrees  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia LOT OF WOOD  Now many people realize  that an area -of'-typical forest  soil the size of a 50-foot city  lot will grow 1,300 pounds of  wood, per; year, if it is fiiliy  stocked with young fir timber.  ���. In an old growth forest, on tihe  other hand, growth and decay  generally are in balance, so  ���that there is no net growth.  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  , to clean your watch  and jewelry  For parents only  By  Nancy Cleaver.  Copyrighted  J  ris   Jewelers  y MAIL ORDER..  GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION  Ph. 885-2151  PUPPETS ARE FUN!  If you have been wondering  about a new' vacation activity  for your children, have you  considered the possibilities in  play with puppets? School age  youngsters can find this fascinating. Puppet means "doll"  and puppets can be very simple  or quite elaborate. Part of the  fun is when a boy or girl  makes his own puppet, and  then learns to move it and  speak its lines.  *    *    *  A jcihild is helped in his emotional growth by being able to  identify himself. with. a puppet.  His puppet can be made to do  things w_iiahi he would hesitate  to; do for fearv of ridicule or  failure! .The shy, the anxious  or frightened,,,child makes his  i ���-  '.   -j**-  Area^^ilMrfJniifetil  in  to  Phone 886-2057 or 885-2143  Elphinstone Aero Club  ^-^^j^w***  >\  tor.  Z^.  pS?-*^!^v^j  LONGER          ��� _.,.���'W* j��n;**-������--** v**r**    *��*���    t��r.-v<* <��� <.**.*���*���**���> *   '      - ���"���*���  ENGINE  LIFE  Diesel and heavy-duty'gasoline engine, get maximum  protection with Super RPM DELO Special Lubricating  Oil. It clings tightly to engine parts, ftgnts friction  whether your engine is hot or cold. -"  Special compounds prevent ring sticking, harmful  deposits... keep your engine cleanrStretch the time between overhauls on your equipment...u_e _^��*_., -^  Super RPM DELO Special Lubricating Oil.  For any Standard Oil product, call  G. H. (Gerryi McDONALD  Wilson Creek ��� 885-9332  RPM  DELO  Phone YU 8-3443  'WE'LL TELL YOUABOUT THE MANY ADVANTAGES  OP  OIL HEATING  fjjl   en  specifically:  for your  heating  requirements  ��  convenient  budget terms  -...��� and  '0  free life  insurance  '��.';' up to 6 years  to pay  5% Down ��� Balance at 5Vz% simple int.  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL  FOR THE BEST  f      DUKES & BRADSHAW Ltcfc  SEE  OR       14'73 Pemberton Ave.. North Van. ��� YU 8-3-4*  PHONE   ]   DAN WHFETER. Gibsons��� 886 9863  TED   KURI.UK,   Sechelt   ���   SS5-4455  puppet overcome obstacles,  and indirectly he re-enforces  his own courage.  For a very young child,  simple _ingerette puppets may  toe made to fit onto the first  and second fingers. A tiny tot  loves to do finger plays of  Nursery Rhymes. A more ambitious puppet is a little upright  (doll which becomes a finger  puppet when it is fastened at  the back; with an elastic band  to the first two fingers of tihe  (hand. The doll's front appears  ,to the audience. The band at  the back is'kept out of sight.  A' child can cause a, finger puppet to. run and walk arid jump.  To : mak;e the .puppet's appearance 'more ; life-like, the : arms  - and legs aire usually .fastened  to, ..the body loosely with a  string.';:'-' ,Y .,:'-���.Y<..  ��� Y.''���' .   .   *y   *     *    ::y:.- y-.y  A "���. puppet figure: Js/^nofc-large  usually; 0 foot yor ^smallerl  . Sometirn.es a puppet figure is  placed on a stick, and it is  moved by a child below the  level of the stage. This is the  easiest way -for ypunger school  age children to ^manipulate  puppets. The adolescent likes  the challenge of marionettes,  operated by hidden directors  who work the strings attached  to a puppet board and to as  many places on the' puppet as  desired, the head.'elbows, knees  and hands and feet and back  of the puppet.  . The head of a hand puppet  may be a piece of doth; or a  toall or a   small  paper bag,   a  piece of crepe paper, or even  a  potato with a face marked  on it. A puppet can be clothed" in a scrap; of cloth or have ���  a little coat and hat or a dressY  and bonnet.. The child uses liis *  fingers as the arms and hands  of the puppet.  The older boy  or - girl\. who  likes handcraft will take pride  in   moulding  a   puppet's head  -irom   papier-mache,   (strips   of*  damp   newspaper   pulp   mixed  with   wallpaper  past,)   around -  a   central   cardboard   cylinder.^  When dry this can be modeled, f>  using a kitcihen paring knife asfr _  a tool. A slow oven will hasten  the drying out process. �� A  *   *   * <,r  White undercoat  paint  mix-'  ed with crimson oil paint pro-f  duces a satisfactory flesh tint.'  Hair can be glued on or paint;  ed on the head. , ,  A puppet stage may- be made  from i& r large-box -with- thfc  front _nd top (or bottom if  necessary) cut away. The operators or children who,move  the puppet are hidden behind'  a screen or curtain. Often they  sit or kneel on a chair. A piece rp(i  of (cloth is thrown over the  <back of the chair to conceal  the operator. ��� i  ��    Each puppet's  voice  should  be   different   and  the boy  or ,  girl who makes  a puppet na- *  turally wants to be the operator. A child should be encour- *  aged during a rehearsal to put>��'  expression   into   the    speeches  but- also to speak clearly and .-  distinctly.   An   informal   play.'','  where the children  choose   to *  have   their   puppets  take   the.  parts    of    well^i^wn^Ystb^yvtl  book   characters,;vand rfy^eW "|  XVaefyA'trmi^   up ytheY-j^ehes'' *  y themselves    is   most    satiafac-'"  ���'��� tory. -' '". 'A'i'Z.A-.'.'  Puppets are Fun! Do give  them a chance to prove their  worth!;  PLAN    NO.'  R6B-I036  AREA'   1036.0 SQ. FT.  THE BUILDING , CENTRE (B. C) LTD,  PLAN  SERVICE  Coast News, May 18, 1961.  POWER DEVELOPMENT  The paper mills have contributed very largely to hydroelectric power development.  Carry Opt Jerpe  M4RIN1.R CAFE  Fried chicken ��� Meal pies  Chips ��� Potato salad  Tarts ��� Pies ��� Doughnuts  Phone   886-9915   :  For the home builder who would like a split level, but not too  big, and also not too wide because the lot won't take it, we have  designed this back to front split with the living dining and  kitchen on the front and the bedrooms at the back, over the half  basement with the future recreation room, laundry room, furnace room, etc. ,This is particularly good for a lot that slopes  to the rear, and although the square footage is not too large,  this is a big house in that there is no wasted space. It is ideal  for the young family and the small lot. Carport could be used  on the kitchen side of the house if your lot is wide enough to  take it.'.Designed, for N.H.A. approval, working drawings are  available from the Building Centre, 116 E. Broadway, Vancouver 10.'... ',���'.'���'������ ���������  Send 25c to cover cost of mailing our new plan book, Select  Home Designs;  v-  J. J. Rogers & Son  PAINTING CONTRACTORS  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING  INDUSTRIAL COATINGS  FLOOR  TILING by CONTRACT  For fast reliable service Ph. 886-9333  Same Night ��� Same Place ��� Same Time  GIANT  .V.4.U r  Thursday, May 18  GIBSONS SCHOOL HALL - 8 p.m. SHARP  BIG CASH PRIZES  W%$? Miss First Game $10  Y SUN_IHINE COAST WELFARE FUND  Small  cannon  hobby  one man s  According to Ron Hughes sr.,  of Roberts Creek, man's mind  and thoughts turn back to stable  tried and true; solid products'of  ; a bygone, romantic age when he  ^searches for a hobby.  His hobby is, miniature cannons. On a home made lathe and  with cutting tools made from old  files, using scrap bits and pieces of brass, he fashions six-inch,  beautifully made and polished  cannons, replicas of .the. old muzzle loading carrohades :used on  wooden battleships pnce seen,  as many as 125, protruding from  their sides. *  While the method of firing the  tiny cannons isi the same as the  larger ones, the materials used  differ somewhat. Mr. Hughes  used a dab of gunpowder and a  cigarette, but the explosion certainly . carries  authority.  Several mantel pieces are enhanced by the dull gleam of  these^clevjejyornaments, as their  maker toils over his lathe each  day.  Pour yourself an Old Vienna today.  It's as light as it looks. Taste it: Great!  lively lager flavour at its best.  Order popular Old Vienna today. Now  I quality-bpewed daily in British Columbia.  CAW.  L.  OFFICERS  .. Newly elected officers for the  C.W.L. of the Most Pure Heart  of Mary Parish of Gibsons are  Mrs. Mary-MacKay. president,  Joan Quarry, secretary. J. Gau-  vln, treasurer; Mr? 1\. T>aw>,  vicey-resident a^.d Mrs. Turlk.  second  vice-prcsidc/st.  O'Keefe Old Vienna Brewing Company (B.C.) Ltd.  Free home delivery ��� MU 4-1121, YU 8-2636, WA 2-7530, LA 2-0343  this advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. b.c r 8       Coast News, May 18, 1961.  ENTERTAINS VISITOR  Mrs. Tom Lamb of Sechelt entertained Monday afternoon in  honor of Mrs. Eastman / of Cal  gary who is visiting her sister  Mrs. Herb Stockwell. Invited  guests included Mrs. B. Wilkin  of Lake Cowichan who is visiting her daughter Mrs. S. Wakefield.;-.':-''':,'        4 A:  ADVERT-SEMENT  MILADY VOTES FOR  SNDEPENDENT ACTION  ��� Z\-;. The ladies, bless 'em, have improved their lot'a good  deal since the days of the kitchen woodstove. Now bright,.  white  appliances  stand ready   for their command; frozen  foods are in the freezer; and little cans of pre-cooked goodies  line the shelves.       ''" v'.  '<������ ';'���'  Makes you wonder why they need a stove at all ���  a can-opener and a few candles to heat them migiit do fine!  Aotually.v all these kitchen,impovements are a good  thing. With fewer;,chores at the stov_j milady has much more  time to enjoy life,; and who can- blame (her for taking advantage of progress? A wife should have independence; it  makes for happiness all round.  Nowadays, if the modern wafe wants to visit in the  next city, she goes; if she feels ,a new hat coming on, she  buys it without reference to the; Master for every penny  she wants to spend. "That's financial: independence. A wife  likes to feel she hasn't lost;allAer"independence to become  "just a housewife."    Y  .  You know; it's surprising how quickly tfhds 'hide-  pendent' feeling grows \vhen she' has her own Bank of Montreal savings account. She deposits small amounts regularly,  and when she. wants;.ready cash, for a new hat or a pair of  shoes, it's there at the B of M," With interest.  Why not visit the Gibsons branch, of the B of M  soon? The accountant, Bryan Ohristensen, will be glad to  show you how easy it is ��� and how profitaible, to open a  B of M savings account.  SUNSHINE COAST  THE MAIN PURPOSE of our carpet show has been:  jf To presents comprehensive display.  y^ To provide opportunity  for consultation  with experts.  Broadlodm rug sizes and runner roll-  ends at bargain prices.  Large selection of mats lO^ to $12  ROOM SIZE RUGS  LAST TIMES  FRIDAY NIGHT 6 p.m.  ALL DAY SATURDAY  .Marine Drive Gibsons  Opposite Dogwood CafeBus Stop  For "in home" estimates and service phone  Ed. Burritt, Gower Point Road h- 886-2453  BURRITT BROS.  FLOOR COVERINGS  LTD.  54 years at 570 'Hornby St., Vancouver; B;C.  WHAT!  __ _S.y_i__i_3__s_=sn��� ������- i-j   ���  CHAMPION  NYLON  TIRES  PENINSULA TIRE CENTRE  Gibsons Shell Service  Charlie & Terry ��� Ph. 886-2572  OWIING  E & M BOWLADROME  (By  ED   C6NNOR>;_  Shell Oil of the Gibsons Mixed A" League claimed .the team  high three and single for this  week with 3166 (1194).  Men's League: Ike Mason 825  (256, 246, 323), Norm Coates 643,  Jim Drummond 774 (352), Sig  Rise 846 (363, 250), J. Marshall  659, Ron Godfrey 627 (256), Ray  Berioit 612.      :  Merchants: ;E. Bingley 724  (275, 268), W. Nimmo 649, J. LeGros 743;;(271, 283)���' ��� ^  , Gibsons A: E. Shadwell 723  (245, 253), H. Shadwell 634,. F.  Stenner 602 (265), L. Smith 290,  D. Crosby 657 (304), Doug Davies  Jr. 624 (329), Ken Skytte 794  (331), Bea Haining 647 (254), D.  Bailey 632; Ed Connor 719, Ike  Mason 604, J. Wilson 747.; (267),  J. McVicar 621 (272), F. Girard  693 (272), Alex Robertson 680  '(286).  Ladies: G. Nasadyk 639 (264),  Dot Mason 564 (264), G. Clarke  530, E. Bingley 515 Lynn Pana-  suk 569, E. Pillfng 536 (239), P.  Hume 552,  H.  Clarke 586.  Teachers Hi: J, Lowden 670  (258), V. Johns 258, B. Dombro-  ski 613 (253), H. Johns 665 (258),  G. Yablonski 810 (301, 321), Ed  Mesenchuk 635 (283), Sig Rise  644 (300), Doug Davies Jr., 687  (296). /'"-.-,  High School:.Myrna Inglis 598  (2_6; 215), Ricky Kennett 227,  Sharon Harrop 184, Dal Crosby  504, Penny Feeney (177, 177);  Gary DeMarco 595 (221).   Y \  Playoffs of the Men's League  followed after the regular league  play between Strike Outs, Capt.  Ron Godfrey, and Pencil Pushers, Capt. Sig Rise. Exceptionally good bowling and a tough  fight all the way by both teams  to end up by Strike Outs edging  out the Pencil Pushers by four  pins. .   ;  Four teams, Milabilia, Midway  Smoke .Eaters and Imperials of  the Gibsons A bowled playoffs  on Thursday, with the Mirabilias -  gaining first place as winners  and Midway second winners.  .Ball and Chain League held  their playoffs on . Thursday between the Roughnecks and  Prowlers with^ the Roughnecks  edging out the Prowlers by a  narrow margin to gain the  Champ title.  LETTERS  to editor  Editor: I would be grateful if  you would print this so the mothers and fathers of the children  who play on the boulevard in  front of our house will see it.  As most of you know Gibsons  has a playground for the children. Why must they play on our  boulevard?  I work hours mowing, cleaning and planting our bank so it  will be a place the village can be  proud of, only to have anywhere  from 10 to 15 children makeja  mess of it and yesterday I came  home to find they had used my  bank for a slide and. deliberately pulled up some* of the/plants  If any of the mothers and fathers  would like to help me mow the  boulevard they are "welcome.  Otherwise, how about teaching  their children not to be destructive.  I take pride in my place but  I am getting awfully - discouraged, Mr. Editor, wouldn't you.   . J Lily Hammond  BASEBALL  LITTLE LEAGUE  Results of May 14 games:  Orioles defeated Firemen.  Raiders   defeated jTjrees.  League .Standings:  ',    Team       ; W  ' Orioles        i 4  ���Raiders     * .2  -Firemen    ~ ��� 2  "'Merchant 1  Tyees 0  Sunday, May 21  Raiders  vs  Tyees  at   Pender  Harbour.      * -'" ���, -       . ,   ,  f Merchants vs.  Orioles kt' Wil-  ^son Creek.  The yeague thanks Dal Triggs  and Walter Nygren for donating  soil and equipment to improve  the playing field.  WANT  ADS ARE  HEAL  SALESMEN  .... WZA...  50HP. EVENRUDE MOTOR  1959, V4, Electric start, 2G" shaft  in good condition  Complete with Simplex controls and. extra propellor  $600  For demonstration call 886-25��l  Mti Ken's I niiilliiml  for Values and Quality on the  Holiday Weekend  L   P  0   8  2   4  2  2  3  1200 TONS AN  HOUR.  From her forests Canada produces %200 tons of pulp and  paper an hour, day and night..  Softs tailored  te your measure  GUARANTEED TO FIT  PROMPT DELIVERY  Marine Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph. Gibsons 886-2116  Cream Corn jjfl [Pacific!'!! $1  FRASER VALE  Fish-Chips^  ORANGES H  �� s��f%* /  _r_i      _t _r�� ______��� *<  HAPPY HENRI  Apple Juice $0  48 oz. 3 for (J tf  0  rbip Steaks i(\  etor(\jM  Plus 10��. Bonus '**"  t  STUFFED fAf*  Pork Buttslj!)  163's ��� 3 doz. for  n*^*-?  HALEY'S  lb  Veal Cutlets $1  1   7 for ^l  Cottage Rolls  NORTH  STAR  55c lb.  FREE DELIVERY OR $5 ORDERS  Phone 886-2563  s^a',^-  ammo  of our  HARDWARE STORE  May 18-19-20  ��� s  Free Bone China Cups & Saucers to  1st 25 Ladies each morning  DOORS  8:30 a.m.  *&  S  f  DOOR PRIZE  ���-������"'        *    -���/������'.        ���������*���������  S ' . Y     " ���  an 8 Transistor Sony Radio  =_=__  DAILY D00R PRIZE  Sufficient Paint to Decorate  One Room of Your Home  Hear the Oircoa Concert Electrib Chord Organ  See the Zenith Sewiiig Machine  A Full Line of Zenith Home Appliances on Disj>My  MARSHALL WELLS STORES  PARKER'S  HARDWARE (Owner)  SECHELT ��� Phone 885-2171


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