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Array Provinala.1, Library,  VlstoriaY-'-B*  C.  *   *r"  JUST FINE FOOD  DANNY'S  DINING ROOM  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  SERVING   THE  GROWING. SUNSHINE   COAST  Published  in Gibsons,  B.C.       Volume 15,   Number  31,  August 3, 1961.  7c per copy  A Complete Line  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  Ltd.  Ph.  886-2116 ���  Gibsons.   B.C.  t  Bay marina proposal  before Gibsons council  .)  .Tuesday night's Gibsons council meeting spent considerable  time discussing a -renewed application by E. F. Cartwright of  Gibsons- Loggers' and Sportsmen's Supplies Ltd., for construction of a marina to cost  -about $25,000 in the vicinity of  the government island wharf.  The discussion centred on the  zoning bylaw as it concerned the  bay area. Councillor Hodgson  was of the.-opinion a snap decision .should not be taken at  Tuesdayf! night's _ meeting,- ��� and  urged , further - consideration/  Council delayed making any  decision on any re-zoning for  areas which'could be used for a  marina or other business premises. The matter will come up  again'  at the  next  meeting on  involved in the Cartwright marina is zoned as residential.  Council expects to get considerable public ��� reaction to - Mr.  Cartwright's project. It is planned that the ground plan and  drawing of the marina will be  exhibited by Mr. Cartwright> in  Gibsons stores so the public will  be able to see what he plans to.  construct.  Mr. Cartwright appeared before council with plans and information covering them. He was  supported by' John R. Harvey,  president, of Gibsons and area  Board of Trade"/  Clerk Jules Mainil fexplained  that the area involved in this  marina was zoned as residential  He also read from the. zoning  bylaw  outlining  the  legal   posi-  plicant seeking a change in the f. been checking the area for the  zoned area. "last three or four days.  Mr.  Harvey,   representing   the 1    Accounts     totalling      $3,339.19  executive   of   Gibsons   Board  of -were ordered paid with $3,143.95  Trade   suggested   that   Gibsons '��� going to  Imperial  Paving Ltd.,  should   be   progressive   and   do vfor work done on roads in Gib-  something about attracting mar- ," sons.  ine traffic to this area. There  would be hundreds of thousands  of people taking in the Seattle  World's Fair and many of them  would find their  way  into  B.C  Councillor Mrs. Corlett report-  fed that the distribution of books  "during   July   at  Gibsons   Public  Library numbered; 962, the largest   number  handed   out   during  -Aug.   15: "flie bay area - section > tion of the council and any ap  FALL FAIR ALL SET TO OPEN  pm ON FRIDAY AUGUST 11  waters.   He  said   the   executive   '- any July since the Library open  supported Mr. Cartwright's plan     ed.  for a marina in Gibsons harbor.-   Danny Wheeler, also a member-  of the executive, supported Mr.-  Harvey's remarks.  Work was to start Wednesday [  on the Gower Point Road drain- *  age system according to word -  provided by the highways depart- ?  ment at Victoria. Engineers have <  Tree farm      Stick to your boat!  manual issued  One" week from Friday of this  week the Sunshine Coast Fall  Fair doors, will open. Actual  dates of the Fair will be August  11 and 12. Owing to the Coast  News staff being on holidays  during. Fair week this week's  issue outlines. > events which  should attract many people to  take in this event.  selves ready for this event, the  first time they will have taken  part in a Fall Fair.  Gibsons Mermaid Queen will  officially cut the ribbon which  will open the doors for this annual event. Queen Patty Smith,  the ,w July 1 Celebration contest  winner will cut the ribbon. The  ribbon cutting will take place at  7 p.m., Friday, Aug. 11.  Entries-are becoming heavier  As usual the Children's Pet  and Fancy Dress Parade will  take place on Saturday, the second day of the Fair. This parade   starts on North Road at 2p.m.,  ;sands  of  acres   in   extent. As  ���   -     * ft-nm. n    mnripct   R-aM-fi   stand   tO  For owners of private for-  '- est land, large or small, a new  '.-manual, Tree Farming in Bril-  ' ish Columbia's Douglas Fir  ^Region, has been compiled by  ~ professional foresters for the  , Canadian Forestry Association  of B.C. and published by Mc-  ��� Culloch of Canada Ltd.  - Designed to encourage the  ���'. growth of trees on private  aland as a continuous revenue  ' producing crop the Tree. Farm  \ movement embraces everything  commercial forests many" thou-  and moves down to the front "of  the School Hall where the judge's  decisions will be announced.  There will be two age divisions,  up to nine years old and from  nine to 15 vears old. Prizes will  be awarded for the best comic  , from a modest 5-acre stand to  ? wood uses continue to expand;  . our forest industries are goiny;  I to become more and more dt-  / pendent for their raw material  ' on all forest properties.  Here is where Tree Farming  ike in -this event, ���*     - ;      , Entries-are becoming heavier     %J?*������ ����������� d.ess,"pets *< enters   the picture on a prae  The main exhibit buxlding.will :A^ Mr_YM. LeFeuvre, the sec-   .^^iJ^^J^^M \ ?cal**?S *��? us*  th?   ���maU-  -_ .     , -.rjn   .'_wj~i.  ���^ii- i- ��vnn��t;n��� thov will hp     m pardae ��_nu ucw*���� \.'���s$ landholder or farmer ca  be -the/School Hall which will  house the garden' and domestic -  exhibits.-. The Anglican Parish  Hall will feature' handicrafts and ~  the Elementary' School' basement  will display commercial, exhibits.  Among' the highlights', of this  year's Fair will be a demonstration by Elphinstone High School  band and~girl's drill team. This  will take place between six and  seven p.m., "Friday Aug. 11 just  preceding the official opening.  The band and drill team have  held practices just to keep th'em-  Fish news  Department of   Fisheries  For the period ending July 30.  VANCOUVER -HOWE SOUND  ��� Early morning and evening  fishing yielded the best catch" of  ' \s season at Britannia Beach on  Saturday, with fishermen ave^ag-;  ing better than V_ fish per boaty  of springs averaging 21 "pounds.  A few limit catches of 2 spring  salmon per person per day were  reported from this special spring  salmon catch limit area. Pink  salmon were'also?repbrted iii;the ���  catdh there; as} well;. as making  H> 50% of the */_' fish per boat  catch average for the .whole.area.  Coho, as well as pinks; were also  widely distributed, with surf  casting for coho at the mouth of  the Capilano River continuing to  attract sport fishermen at lo\y  water  periods.; y;  SECHELT, INLET - PENDER  HARBOUR  ��� Weekend   fishing  effort   at   Pender f Harbour   and f  Lees,    Bay     produced     mainly  retary, is expecting they will be  ' much hfeavier as Fair-time-draws  near.    Entry    forms    and    fair*  books can be obtained from Mrs.  LeFeuvre,on Reid Road.  A special prize has been donated anonymously this year  /which will allow $5 for the highest number of points in vegetable classes and $5 for the  same in flower classes.  A fine aggregation of judges  has been obtained by the fair  committeeyand they will be.;  Fruits andfvegetiables,f Mr.; G.  R. Thorpejf district horticulturist, New Westminster.  Flowers and decoration, Mrs.  F. L. Day. -  Home cooking and domestic  science, Mrs. B. Banham and another to be named. Y  Needlework and other work in  this classification, Mrs. S. Bryn-  jolfson.  Weaving and handicraft, Mrs.  J. D. Griffin.  4-H Calf Club, Mr. C. A.. Muir-.  >hea_k^k'Zk''Y Ykk'YY A4X ���.������..  Sisters meet  i 44 years  a _  Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Burt of  Silver Sands entertained Mr.  and Mrs.: Alfred J. YBurkett  frorii St_teri; Island, New York;  a   sister   Mrs.   May  Boyce  of  ��.J& is; exp<jct|d theYe fwuji be~a .^!!ndho.lder or farmer can often  number of entries "from the Pdw/ * B^e-his woodlot evermore'in  ell River district. This has come A  about because Powell River Fair  will not be held this year owing  to the high.costs involved in obtaining the arena in which the  fair was held. Some exhibitors  in Powell River-have announced  their intention of bringing down  quite a number of the subjects  they intended to enter in their  own -'exhibition this year.  The Fair committee has been  working diligently for the last  few weeks and according to Mrs.  M. LeFeuvre, the secretary, has  accomplished a considerable  amount of work which should be  reflected in this year's preserita-  . tion. :���:';.:.;  Roy Maylea is chairman of the  Fair Board and Mrs. Josie Davies the vice-chairman. Mrs. M.  LeFeuvre is secretary-treasurer  and Mrs. G. Coates, assistant  secretary.        .  Chairman of the various exhibit divisions are in cut flowers,  Mrs. Cecil Chamberlin; vegetables and fruits, Mrs. J. Fitchett;  domestic science and home cooking, Mrs. M. Turner; needlework, Mrs. William Haley; handicrafts, Mrs. K. Fisher; junior  Garden club;' Mrs. Len Coates.  School exhibits were handled  through   the    secretary's   office  . and turned over to the judges.  tensive management than the  big v forest industry. Topics  dealt -with include:  How to harvest timber economically while at the same  time constantly improving the  stand.  How to measure timber  stands for business-like logging  and selling.  How    to    market    products  most advantageously.  A. Tree planting techniques.  Protection of forest. irom  fire, insect, disease and grazing, damage.  Copies of this. manual may  be obtained free of charge by  writing the Canadian Forestry  Association of B.C., 1201 Melville Street, Vancouver 5, B.C.  N  Calgary, Alta.; a sister Mrs.  Harriet MacKenna and a niece  Denice Monkman from^ "Vancouver. . .���;:. "I? "���'���     ���   .Y '���  It was a reunion of four sisters who had not been together  W over 44! years ever  since  T ees     Kay     i-iwu�� -      they left their home "at Halifax,  coho averaging about 5*/_ pounds     N.S.   Mrs.  OUve Burkett who  SpringSalmon! pinks   and jack     has lived  in New York  state  springs made up the balance of  the catch, with fishermen averaging about % of a fish per boat.  Fishermen caught.aboutYi_ fish  per boat on Sunday at Porpoise  Bay.  for the last 35 years, married  in the United States in 1926.  This was her first visit to British Columbia. The Burte had  five Agrandchildren and two  great-grandchildren and their  aunt visiting them at the time.  More garbage  Gospel Rock is back in the  news again and garbage is the  subject. Yes, some people who  have not - heeded the earlier  warning that garbage should not  be dumped there,.have done just  that and made a mess of things.  However the mess has been  cleaned up and while it was being done tracers were sent but  to try to reach the people who  prefer to use Gospel Rock as a  garbage dump rather than as a  beauty spot.  lew supervisor  A major reorganization within  the University of British Columbia's extension department was  announced by the director, Dr.  John Friesen.  Dr. Friesen said a liberal education division would be created  in the department supervised by  Bertram Curtis, supervisor of  short courses and conferences.  Mr. Curtis has also been named assistant director of the ide-  -partment.  The new division will inclnde  the present living room learning  program directed by Knute Butte-  dahl and the public affairs program directed by new appointees  John Grant and Richard Pearce.  New home     Forest Fire  Building permits for one $10,-  000 home and extensions to two  other homes were issued at Tuesday night's Gibsons Village council meeting.  The $10,000 home for Mrs. G.  Thorburn will be. built near the.  Municipal. Hall. -The (extensions  will be added to the W. McPhe-  dran home and will cost $3,000  and to the J. Skellett home and  will cost $500.  The B.C. Forest Service at Sechelt report a. 75 acre fire in the  vicinity of Potlatch Creek on the  North Shore of Howe Sound. Two  Forest Service officers and 40  fire fighters were fighting Wednesday to bring, the blaze under  control. They are hampered' by  the lack of water. Most of the.  suppressing is being done by  hand work. It is suspected the  fire was started by a careless  traveler who threw away a lighted cigaret.  THIRD   BREAK-IN  For the third time within recent months Hilltop Building  Supplies has been' broken into  and this time very little, was1 taken. The breakin occurred Tuesday night and was similar in  method to the other two breakins.  No money is left overnight at the  office members of the firm report, so the burglars were frustrated.  Don't forget  Fall Fair, Aug. 11 & 12  BIG HOBBY SHOW  Weird, fascinating and practical demonstrations covering  a number of fields including  science, handicrafts and sports  will be top features of the  1961 PNE International Hobby  iShow Aug. 19 to Sept. 4. The  PNE Hobby Show has the reputation amongst exhibitor  hobbyists of being the top of  its kind on the continent and,  some maintain, in   the world.  Holiday!  No paper  for 2 weeks  "Always stay with an overturned boat" is one of the key  rules of water safety, but many  small boats . provide nothing to  hold on to warns the British  Columbia Safety Council. Any  boat can be equipped with life-  saving hand holds by fitting a  one inch by one inch piece ..of  hardwood stock with 3/16 or \i  inch rust-proof bolts  and wash  ers: The bolts fit through stock  and inch-square wooden blocks  or spacers set 10 to 12 inches  apart depending on hull construction. The strip starts at a suitable point aft of the bow stem  as shown above and is tapered  to fit smoothly at both ends. It  should be placed as close to the  water line as possible .without interfering with the boat's operation.  Eighteen, young contestants of  the Royal Canadian Legion Junior Olympic trials will journey  to Empire Stadium in Vancouver, Aug Y 31 and Sept. 1 to take  part J in the finals for British Col-  The 18i were vnnners bfyevents  run off last Saturday on Sechelt  Indian   Reserve   groundsY Here -  axe the names of those who will  go to Vancouver for the finals:  BOYS,   MIDGET ft  JUVENILE  .   Chris  Smith, Sechelt.  Frank Joe, Sechelt.  .  David Blake, Powell River.       ���  G.  Gibb,   Gibsons.   ~  Brian  Bennett,   Powell  River.  Doug Cooper, Gibsons.  Ted Gerela, Powell River.  J. Granger, Madeira Park.  s   R. .-WH__un,f Sechelt.  R. Gerela, Powell   River.  GIRLS  Helen Besdeck, Gibsons.  Ruth Davies,   Powell  River.  Gladys LeWarne, Wilson Creek  Teresa Verkerk,  Powell River  Angela Richter,. Sechelt.  Elaine Gooldrup, Madeira Pk.  Pat Burnley, Powell River.  Valerie Swanson,  Sechelt.  ZONE REPRESENTATION  More than 150 persons attended this event which started about  3.p.m. and was handled by teams  of men who looked after the lining' up of the various, events.  Powell River sent down a team  of 13 and Pender Harbour, 14.  Two coaches; caime with the  -Pb^ell*^Krveir^^  Don Schmink-and Doug Carrick.  Endeavours of the Sechelt branch  sports committee aided by .other  volunteer help kept they events  running as smoothly as possible.  Don Andow, president of . Gibsons branch was master of ceremonies and announced the events  as they were run off.  Here are the winners of the  various events.  ZONE MEET RESULTS  Powell River  Sechelt  ���GlhSOBDS  Madeira Park  7  6  3  2  18  Refuse disposal  convention topic  The annual convention of the  Municipal Engineers division Association of Professional Engineers of B.C., will be held this  year in Conrtenay, Vancouver  Island, from Thursday to Saturday, Sept. 21 to 23.  Friday's program includes:  How Do B.C., Communities  Charge for Water? by T. S.  Scott, P. Eng., of the Greater  Vancouver Water Board and M.  J. J. Dayton, P. Eng., West Vancouver consulting engineer; Refuse Disposal by Landfall, by M.  H. Campbell, P. Eng., municipal  engineer, Powell River, land Cemetery Operations by R. A. Nicholson, superintendent of parks  and cemeteries, Surrey. An additional feature will be a discussion on the laying of underground  3_pe. Yy  HALFMOON  BAY GUESTS  At Halfmoon Bay George and  Buck Cranswick entertained Mrs  Ruby Rckerl from. Edmonton,  Alta., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Emmons, their daughter Edith and  son John from Portland, Oregon.  PEEWEES  ������'������' ,--...  50 yd.: J. Quinn, Belinda Gibb.  75 yd.: J. Quinn, Belinda Gibb  Soft Ball Throw, Kathy Kennedy.  High Jump:   J.  Postlethwaite.  Broad Jump: J. Quinn, Belinda  Gibb.  BANTAM  50 yd.: Laurel Postlethwaite.  75  yd.: Marlene Crockett.  100  yd.:   D.  Reichert.  '220 yd.:  R. Jamieson.  High Jump: S. Hately, K. Jorgenson.  Broad Jump: D. Reichert,  Laurel Postlethwaite.  Shot Put: S. Hately. . ,';'  Discus, D. Reichert f  JUVENILE '|;'!i  50   yd.:  Elaine   Gooldrup.,.  75 yd.:  Pat Rumley.  100 yd.: Ted Gerela; Elaine  Gooldrup, Pat Rumley,   tie.  220 yd.: Ted Gerela.  880  yd.:  R.   Gerela.  Mile: R. Gerela.  High Jump: J. Granger, Teresa Verkerk.  Broad Jump: Ted Gerela, Ruth  Davies.  Shot. Put: R. William, Angela  Richter.  Discus:  J. Granger.  MIDGET YY  50 yd.: Helen Besdeck.  100 yd.: Chris Smith, Ruth Davies.  220 yd.:   F. Joe.  440 yd.: D. Blake.  880   yd.:  David Blake.  Soft Ball Throw: G. Gibb, Val  Swanson.  High Jump, Brian Bennett,  Gladys   LeWarne.  Broad Jump: Brian Bennett,  Ruth Davies.  Shot Put:  Doug Cooper.  Discus: v Doug Cooper, Helen  Besdeck.  FROM  N.  BATTLEFORD  Mr.   Bert  Fladager,   formerly  of Gibsons,   now of  North  Bat-,  tleford, Sask., is a visitor at the  home of his brother, Sam Fladager, Gibs��ns. 2Y ~ Coastt frews,  Aug.  3,  1961.  The Timid Soul  AVESSfflEtKXASSIC  Guests guess "Dots" and "ins  wvmmmxm  ' ** *     , -t-!J-"~*ii unit r   - M.*-���' ������-'v-^fy*  AiR./^/L<?ue-re>AST has Been  ASKfOlo  Pot up So^ie- sigms  AOV^RTJS��M�� A  CHA&irY  GAZAAKi  Don't forget     Fall Fair, Aug. 11 & 12  ^^^oast%tus  i. ' ���''������."-���  Published every .Thursday by Sechielt Peninsula News  .ltd., P.O. Box 128, Gibsons, B.C., and authorized as second class  nail, Post Office department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Weekly  Newspaper Association, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association and  _3.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.  The marina problem  Those pictures of Fisherman's Coyef and Coal Harbour in last  week's Weekend Magazine, part of the Saturday edition of the Vancouver Sun, should provide a good argument for proponents of better  marina facilities for Gibsons harbor.  The pictures showed a crowded Fisherman's Cove and an equally  crowded Coal Harbour. Some few years ago it would have been the  thing to jaunt from any place in Vancouver Harbour to Fisherman's  Cove. That was before the population expanded and built homes all  the way from Lion's Gate Bridge to Horseshoe Bay.  Yachting and power boat enthusiasts, are now looking around for  some terminus for trips from Vancouver now that all facilities in that  area are crowded. What is more natural than to have a look at Gibsons?  , ���'-'Iiaving'had"'tHat''g6b_'i66k"one cdiiieS'"'to' the "conclusion that Gibsons harbour's present limited facilities are .crowded but there is  room for more. There is talk under way aVpresent for two marina  type facilities, one with a launching ramp.  The last approach to Gibsons Municipal council resulted in a rejection of a proposed marina which would have infringed on the.mud  flats area. It was turned down because of the weight of opposition  at that meeting. How long can such opposition maintain its position?  As the Coast News has pointed out previously, it is not supporting any specific proponents of marinas or opposing any specific residents of the bay area. It is looking squarely at the facts of the immediate future. The facts on analysis do not leave a natural small-  craft harbor unused by present day marine traffic. Gibsons is also  a. natural servicing and food distribution point for a wide area.  It will take an adroit opposition to make a dent in the demands  of the coming situation.  An active mind stilled  John Jacob Grauer, a German immigrant came to British Colombia somewhere before 1886 and became the largest dairy farmer  in the province. Among his sons, the sixth to be exact; was Dal  Grauer who became in his short lifetime a man described by Premier  Bennett as "a model of good citizenship which we might all strive  to emulate." Y '  Such a remark may appear trite to some people but if one stops  to consider the implications in it one could do ho better service to  humanity generally than to strive to emulate him.  A few minutes conversation with him was sufficient to reveal the  great depth in his thinking. He did not wear his intellectual superiority on his sleeve and could in his simple approach observe a defer-.  ence to others which would,put himself on a level with lesser minds.  At the early age of 55 his active mind, was stilled and a mental  vacuum left, one which will not be filled too easily. Here is a man  who has taken a leading part in the Canadian economic scene from  before the days of the Rowell-Sirois Dominion-Provincial 'Relations  commission up to the present, including the more recent Gordon Commission, which also examined the broad economics of the  nation.  To cite all he had accomplished and all the honors bestowed on  him would fill considerable space. As one of the "captains of industry" he leaves admiration for his efforts even from his left of centre  opponents, who have had their reasons for not being too kindly disposed towards him as B.C. Electric chairman.  Canada as well as British Columbia has lost a prominent citizen  who came from a German immigrant familjk There are other, more  recent immigrant families in Canada today. Some of their sons may  strive to emulate Dal Grauer. Let's hope they do.  I  O.E.S. Picnic  ide Park - Sun., Aug. 6  Masons & Families Welcome  By ERIC THOMSON  Article 13  While we were in London we  met a lady and gentleman from  Dumfries, who asked us to be  sure and get in touch if we were  in that_city. We did and spent rather an unusual afternoon and  evening with them. They took us  to a garden fete, something we  guessed to be foreign to Scotland, but as it turned out, it was  far from that.  This function was held in the  spacious, grounds of a mental institution. This estate is three  miles long, and embowered ;in  gardens and trees are blocks 'of  buildings, with tennis courts,  football fields, a swimming bath,  a large church and a beautiful  rock garden.  The fete itself included a wide  range Of games essentially for  the extraction of bawbees from  the natives and some of these  were as excruciating as those fof  the Spanish Inquisition. I made  a mental note of a few for use  around Gibsons.  I was told that this institution  owes its origin to a famous Dumfries mental specialist, and while  now the patients come mostly  from beyond Scotland. I didn't  quite qualify. The patients and  staff were; among those- present  and we had .an hilarious time  guessing who was "oot" and who  was Yin."Y        .        .,..',-._   .     , A  Itstarted to rain; so qurfhosts  hearing me mention Sweetheart  Abbey, took us there in the early  evening. This was built by )a  ladyf Devorgilla, great-great-  granddaughter of David 1st, wife  of John Baliol, the founder of  Baliol College at Oxford. She  founded it in 1275 in.memory of  her husband, and when she died  she was buried here, and the casket containing ,the embalmed  heart of her husband was laid  to rest beside her, hence the  name.  The abbey is of warm red  sandstone and is now roofless,  but not badly ruined, and could  possibly be restored, but the  number of deserted churches of  much later date now used for  cinemas and garages across the .  Border country, answers that  suggestion.  '���''*���*    *  The interior, is. in grass, kept  like a bowling green, and the  abbey appearsL :;ftp.^Jhave.^.faliew  into disuse "andnot" to'fiave Keen  destroyed by: the invading Eng- 4-  lish . as were Melrose "and-'Jed- *  burgh, and in the gentle rain of  . that evening the -name exactly  fitted the old shrine;., r   f  There is another lady off Dumfries district, Bonnie Annie  Laurie, whose home was at  Craigdarroch House, after her  marriage not to the maker of  the song but to another. It sounds  strange, but the way the people  there say Maxwellton, the word  has the same accent as the coffee, not the braes.  "Peebles for Pleasure, Paris  for Sights." I reminded my wife  of this Scots saying so we moved from Dumfries to Peebles, if  you please,- another ancient Royal Burgh, the beloved hunting  ground - of the Kings of Scotland.;  We stayed at a little inn called;  the Cross Keysy also the "Clei-S  kum," this last being the namej  of a gaff used in salmon poach-;  ing. :'X  *p      "J5 ' j''  The date over the door is 1693J  and in this inn Sir Walter Scott!  visited arid did some of his writ-l  ing. There were just four or five  residents,  and the spirit of the  place   was  delightfully informal  and we found ourselves speaking  with and like the   staff in less  than no time. V  There was with us a shy and  pleasant gentleman, once a miner, now a writer of Scots songs?;  and   scripts for   the   B.B.C.  He"j  showed me what he  got for a  Scots   song,   after  agency  fees,  and as he felt humourously sorry for himself, I told him that he  could do worse. He figured that  with eggs at a penny a dozen,;  as they were in Burns' day, the  poet got in today's money about  ��15,000 for his Kilmarnock Edition.  We took a bus ride to Selkirk,'  and on the way visited Traquhair .  House, the oldest inhabited mansion in Scotland. For generations  it was held by the Earls of Traquhair,  the  family  name being  Stuart!    Prince ��� Charlie    called  there on his way to invade England,    for   reinforcements,    but.,  got none as the lads had already  gone, and when he left, the Earl  closed and locked the main gates  behind him, to remain locked until another Stuart should reign.  This  mansion  was a  favorite-  stopping place for the Kings and'  Queens of Scotland, and there is  on view the room once occupied  by Mary Queen of Scots and her  husband Darnley, and on the bad  lies the bed spread worked in  minute, stitches .by.-, her four  Marys, and on the wall nearby  is her coat of arms, carved in  wood,' which she gave as a memento of her stay.  Selkirk was all agog for the  Common Riding. It was, in fact,  "The night afore the morn," and  streets were decorated and dances were pending that evening pre  liminary to the big doings of  next day, which started at 6 a.m.  with the Lad and his Lass riding  the bounds ��� and bringing in the  Borough Standard, followed 'by  sports and horse racing.  Most of the Border towns have  similar Ridings,,the Standard be-,  ing an historical link with Flod-  den, when one lone horseman,  sorely wounded, returned with  .-.the Scottish banner and news of  battle.  '.*..���.':*���   f#  There is a   far more  ancient  background   for   these   Ridings,  for they date  back to the prehistoric   |3eltane   festival   which  marked the longest day. In pre-  Reformation   days    the   priests  tolerated these celebrations, the  Presbyterians tried unsuccessfully to kill them', and the present  more tolerant and possibly more  pagan generation  have made it  in some places a two-day event.  Peebles  itself was rehearsing  for  its  two-day   event   a   week  hence, and on the last night we  were "there, one of the hotel lassies came running to the sitting  room shouting that there was a  pipe band gaun past. A London  lady and gentleman,' and I, who  were in the room, rushed out  into the close, and saw the-tail  end of the band disappearing  round the corner...We followed,  and -when the band entered the  ^ High - Street, the pipers struck  up again. In less time than it  takes to tell it, about 50 children  who should have been in bed  long since, were behind the pipers in column of fours, each four  holding hands and they danced  zig-zag four after four across  the street and back, something  I had never seen before, apparently   unrehearsed,    but    some  thing that they were used to d<  ing.  The pipers were playing "Lor  Lovat's Lament" fa "���������'slow- marcl  but it lent itself exactly to th  (Continued on Page 7)  We use ��� ,  , Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry-  Chris* Jewelers  MAIL ORDERS"  GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTIO-  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  WHAT IS TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS? .  TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS is a fully appointed Travel Agency (8 years) representing all  major Transportation Companies throughout the  world. You Pay No More when Travel Headquarters arranges your trip than if you went directly,  to all of the separate Transportation Companies'.  WHY SHOULD YOU USE THE SERVICES \  OF TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS?  One Call or Letter and Travel Headquarters will make all of  your arrangements by Air - Rail - Sea - or Bus (even U-Drive).  Travel Headquarters will also make your Tour and Hotel reservations���All at the same Price you Pay when you go direct  to each of the above separately.  We arrange for all necessary Documents���Passports, Visas or  entry permits. Save Time���Save Work and Worry���Be sure  j*��*K that your reservations are handled Promptly���  Sulu; Carefully���Accurately;���at the Best Rates Avaii-  ^Er able.  m RAVEL HEADQUARTERS  ill  ���MJU TCAVa?  5730 Carmbie St.  Vancouver, B.C.  1071 Robson St.  SPECK  Sheet Metal  YOUR   LOCAL  Esso Oil Heating Dealer  Now able to finance warm air oil Heating���  5% down payment..Balance up to six yearsy  on monthly payments at 5% interest with  FREE LIFE INSURANCE.  LET US FIGURE YOUR HEATING  REQUIREMENTS  We  serve the Peninsula from Port Mellon  to Earls Cove.  We will service all ESSO units now  installed or any other units.  Let's keep our money on the Peninsula  Give us a call anytime ��� Toll calls collect  .    Phone 886-9961  Sunshine Coast  Fall Fair  IN  School and Adjacent Halls  GIBSONS, B.C." s  &  1  /"���!'  Official  enmg  Aug. 12 -  ;. 11 - 7 p.m.  a.m. to 5 p.in.  CHILDREN'S FANCY DRESS PARADE, PET PARADE,  ;   ; DECORATEP BICYCLES ^ SAT.y^ pink  Refreshm  Bingo and other Games  ..'-.���".���'���        .   '       -���"'.''���      A      ':������ ���'��� VZ   '   ���������  .;���������������.��� ���-:-. .      - y'Z ���    -���. ���.. .  ADMISSION TO FAIR ~ 25 cents each ^dult  Children upto 10 years accompanied by adult���free  Children over ten years ��� Admission 25 cents each  DOOR PRIZES h_ Friday, $10���Saturday, $10  DAHCESATURDAYNIGHTlOp.m.tola.m. Cliff Motors Ltd.  opens new station  Coast News, Aug.   3,   1961.  3  Cliff Motors Ltd. opens' its  new $25,000 Shell service station Sat., Aug. 19 in Sechelt.  This newly constructed station  is the last word in service stations.  Cliff Motors is Cliff and  Peggy Connors who are known  from Port Mellon to Jervis inlet, having been in the service  station business for a' good  many years in Sechelt and also  at-Gibsons.  There are three pumps, a  3,000 gallon super-pump, a  3,000 gallon Shell pump and  a 2,000 gallon marine gas pump  in a two bay station with a'  paved area 100 feet by 66. feet.  The equipment includes  complete grinding, a new installation; wheel balancing and  wheel alignment also overhead  lubrication equipment. Stock .  to be carried will include  Goodyear tires and batteries  which will place the new service station in a position where  it will be able to -meet  mosx  demands of the motoring public.  One big feature of the new  setup is the rastrooms with  hot and cold water. Restrooms  are a real necessity in this  area and the arrangement the  Connors have has already  drawn favorable comment  from, visitors.  I       /- - I;:  Cliff Connor is an ex-merchant navy man starting in  1939 and quitting that type of  work in 1952. In 1954 he moved to Gibsons Where he joined the Shell station there. He  left Gibsons for Sechelt in  1957" where he has been the  Shell agent ever since. With;  him in the' garage he will have  an experienced mechanic. He  is Frank Benz who has 14 years  experience and for the last two  years was with the Wolfe  Chevrolet Oldsmobile company  in Vancouver.  >  Cliff & Peggy  Sechelt Contractors  Hnnranni���^  Congratulations ....  to Cliff & Peggy on the opening  of their new modern Shell Service  Station.  Sitt & Sea Sim  Jm  Co. Ltd.,  ��K  iV  I! has been our pleasure and  privilege to act as general  contractors.  :,;.,^-y.  Every Success to  Peggy & Cliff  m\\  ���3  V��Jl^^^��^*^^*��*^WW^^^��  Iii  w  SECHELT, B.C.  8 a.m.  to  10 p.m.  Aug. 19  Dozens of  SHELL PRODUCTS  MARINE GAS  OUTBOARD OILS  & GREASES  <S  TBttES  ��� ���&?_  f.    '.V..jy.-VSJ*2  ars for Men  Shell Pops for the Kids FREE  FREE  ASH TRAY TO  EVERY TIRE BUYER  I 'SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK  ft j; SCOTT  _   C, MORE. TO  kV^K-H tRAH-KC- PJ2ARRB;  COHQUSXt- P-RU HE.  HSWLlSHED A P6UCE. FORCE.  AMD (jAVE'fH-M S1WER-80UHP  STAFFS AS EMS��XS oT^WHR.  OFFICE.*  RobertsCreek Carnation is at its best as cut flower  EKPLAW WKY'fKE DlMEfRODOK CARMEX* A SAlL-LlKfc  CRESf.   SOMETIME- FOUR. FEEf Hl<<K< <��E $P1HE$ WERE.  Watch for the opening  of '  NINA'S PLACE  Having- left Sechelt Inn I intend to open  my own establishment  By Mrs. M. Newman  Visiting at the W. E. Quinn  home on Hall Road have been  Mrs. Quinn'sy sister, Mrs. Patricia Bourne of Alberni and Mr.  Quinn's mother, Mrs. Nelly  Quinn of Vancouver. Also from  Vancouver for the weekend were  Miss Violet Hughes and Mr. Earl  McBride for whom wedding bells  will soon - toll.  Mr. and Mrs.R. J. Gunn with  Debbie and Bruce are returning  to the Island during the week  having spent two weeks with the  Redmans at their cottage.  Mrs. S. Bennett has returned  home after visiting in Vancouver.  Mrs. R. Hughes sr., was admitted to St. Mary's Hospital Friday for a check-up.  Guests' at the Crocker cottage  this week are Mr. and Mrs. R.  James with Debbie and Douglas of Wyanette, Montana, and  Jane and Rhonda James of Port-:  land. y ��� ���/��� ...  An iridescent butterfly; of overY  size proportions in shades of  green,' black, orange and white  drew pf box-load of miscellaneous'  gifts' to Miss Sharon Baba last  Friday evening at the. home of  Mrs. R. Hughes. '  Miss   Baba,   daughter, of  Mr.,  and Mrs. K. Baba, who will bef  married on Aug. 19, was honor-?  ed by 18 friends at the showerf  Mrs. B. MacLean had fashioned dainty .and realistic roses to  aid with the decor, and the cake  which centered the table was  a  vision  of exquisite art, the pro-J:  duct   of   the   hostess'    talented  hands. Miss Baba is well, known'  in the district, and  was a stu-~  dent at Elphinstone High School.  By A. J.  C.  It must be admitted that a carnation plant does not make the  best showing as an item in a  planned garden about a home,  being wayward of growth and  untidy; the pink, its poor but desirable relation is more compact  and suitable to adorn border or  rockery.  It is as a cut flower for house  decoration, corsage or bouton-  niere that the carnation comes  into its own and has no rival; it  is a flower for special occasions  the year through and anyone who  has bought the hothouse product  in January is not likely to forget  the cost price, which went to  pay the grower for much care  and skill.  The aristocracy of the carnation is shown too by its natural  season for blossoming; after a  first showing in late July it  comes to perfection in the imperial month of August, when the  air of a calm evening is laden  with its perfume.  There would be something  amiss with my summer;��� even  my-75th ��� if I did not have a  couple of hundred of these plants  to fuss over! "Dianthus" the ancient Greeks called the carriaY  tion ��� "flower of the gods" ���-  and dianthus we call it. Under  that family name Thompson and  Morgan of Ipswich, England,  seedsmen for 100 years, list four  closely printed pages of varieties, sub-variqties, hybrids, types  and strains in almost infinite, subdivision ��� evidence of the great  attraction of this flower down  through the years and the attention given to its culture.  Even that old cottage favorite,  the Sweet William has its place  amidst the aristocrats under the  name dianthus barbutus. So the  choice is wide and the list long  but alas! "vita brevissima," life  is too short to try them all.  One   could  safely  recommend  the old hardy border strain for  the , beginner for it' gives many ��  varied   and   well-scented*   bios- ,  soms  for less care than   many  others  require.  The   true   amateur���the "lover" ��� might pass  on   to'the- Marguerite -which is  listed   as   an   annual   and   wiir  flower in its first year. It is eas-'  ily grown, shows a great variety  of .colors and will survive an or-y  dinary Coast winter under light I  protection    or   even  none  in   ay-  mild winter. k  I have some opening up now ;  that grew from seed last year,  blossomed,,   freely    and     came:  through to thisfyeaf ~. and my f  place is inferior in shelter to gardens along the shore and lower  levels. y.  Thence my lover of fine flow  ers, might graduate to the more  'delicate French strains such as-  Chabaud and - Enfant de Nice ���  and the French can be trusted-  for good taste and appreciation  of the best. And finally should  he be equipped with a conservatory that can be kept gently  warm in winter I would introduce  him to royalty, otherwise known  as Alwood's. Perpetual Flowering. -  It was Maeterlinck who wrote  that a large, pure white carnation, fully double, with lace-edged  petals and divinely scented was  a symbol to him of all that he  thought  worthwhile.  One can  endorse that.  UNIFORMS  ON  DISPLAY  Uniforms, weapons and  equipment of the Royal Engineers who helped open up  British Columbia last century  will be on display f at this  year'sfPacific N^i^al Exhibition. The display, will be presented by the Royal Canadian  ���Engineers from Chilliwack in  the : armed forces1 centre from  Aug. 19 - Sept. 4.  Don't forget -  Pall Fair} Aug. 11 _Yl2  New Owners  If Mr .and Mrs. Conrad Fisher are new owners j  . �� of Granthams Landing store starting on Aug. ��  g sf  j�� We take this opportunity to thank our many ��f  �� customers   and   friends   for   their  patronage j|  j�� over the last 15 years. ��  j We wish Mr. and Mrs. Fisher every success j  % and your continued support. . . j  |                              ERIC AND PEARL COOPER j  1 %  To Mr. and Mrs. Ennis on the  j. opening of their new  GIBSONS VARimSti&P  on Gower Point Road ��� Gibsons  Thriftee Dress Shop  In new store  Coming to Gibsons from Van- '"  couver in.April of 1959, Mr. and^  Mrs. Howard Ennis purchased?  the present Gibsons Variety store  from Sam Fladager. Now theyf  are in a new store within sr  stone|s throw of the old one oi/  Gower Point Road. ��  This new store will allow for  better display of stock which|  means they will carry a superior]  line of products with a wider]'  range which will include a com?  plete line of children's clothes. *  The opening takes place Fri^  day and there will be special:  events at the store on both days.  Don't forget j���_  Fall FahvAug. 11 & 12     ^  *, .. --i.   ���                                    \ 'v  ���X     ��� <?J    trvm* +  >  <**jv* v.     ��       c _____H^-~Y*  Printed Patterf?1  PROPER  FRONT END ADJUSTMENT  CAN CURE  HARD  STEERING f     Y  ROAD   WANDER     '-'  ONE SIDE   PULL  EXCESSIVE TIRE WEAR  Complete Front End Drive on  Alignment Machine  WHEEL  BALANCING  ON THE LATEST TOUCH TYPE  BALANCING EQUIPMENT  plus weights  All Summer  Shoes....  MITMC  White Bueks'  IwlbPid     Loafers & Oxfords  UfAHiriJC     Sandals & Styled Shoes  WW WlTIENO     Hatty's & White Bucks  CHILDRENS  Sandals and White Slippers  Canvas & Cord Oxfords  ��� oi   ��������   **���* V - "f��� -f   ^vm��7ii ��. ��.��,-,  *\*  DON'T MISS THIS SALE  from Thurs. Aug. 3 to Sat. Aug. 5  Wigard's Shoe Store  Phone 885-9519  SM��_*��l  PENINSULA  MOTOR  PRODUCTS  Phone 885-2111 ��� Wilson Creek  WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  9038  SIZES  f   10-20  Your top favorites���the easy-,....  sew blouses that lead the busi^C  est  fashion  lives.  Mate   them:  with   skirts,   play-pants   .   . .;"  make them in penny-^saver cot*  tons.Y k  Printed Pattern 9038: Misses*  Sizes   10,   12,   14,   16,   18,  20.  Size 16 top style IVs yards 35,r  inch; middle 1% yards, lower,'  2 yards. \  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 MAR-AN"  MARTIN   care   of   the   Coast  News, Pattern Dept., 60 Front  St. West, Toronto,  Ont.  100 FASHION FINDS ��� the  best, newest, most beautiful  Printed Patterns for Spring-,  Summer, 1961 See them all in  our brand-new Color Catalog.  Send 35c now!  o&wvnq qoa tuttfc  KEN'S FOODLAND phone -86-2563  BEEF SALE  CROSS-RIB'ROASTS ���My���trimmed  BLADE   ROASTS ��� bone rieihoved  LEAN   BEEF  STEW  A  MIRACLE WHIP ��� 32 oz.  SALAD   DRESSING  Tops in Salad Dressing  59  KRAFT CHEESE  SLICES  Tops in Cheese  59H  Fraser Vale Chinese Dinners  PORK   FRIED   RICE  CHICKEN   CHOP   SUEY  CHICKEN  CHOW   MEIN  EACH  California Beef Steak TOMATOES 19c lb.  HOME CURED CORN BEEF   -   Choice Cuts  ICE  PARTY PACKS  OR 25 LB. BLOCKS  OPEN FRIDAYS TILL 9 p.m.  FREE DELIVERY on orders over $5 ^tfW��illW/*ftjMW  ^-, -   '*  This week's REGim  * - *-   ���,'- Y  Coast News, Aug. -3,  1961.,  A FIVE-DAY OLD pony nuzzles farewell to an older sister  who's preparing' to go on show before one million people. The  year-old filly will be the big prize in the "Name the Pony" contest at this year's. Pacific National E-ehibition Aug. 19 to Sept.  4. Donations will igo to the Children's Hospital. Joe Holdsworth  of Steelhead Ranch at Coquitlam is donating a saddle and bridle  along with the pony.  BEST QUALITY SHOES  Marine   Men's  Wear  LTD.  l Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons  MODEM  BUILTINS  ^ Store fit Office Fixtures  A Custom Built Cabinets  A' House Building  toother Btrowsky  Beach Ave..  Roberts, Creek  Ph.  886-9880  100 volunteers  to participate  ' Red Cross is going all out to  show the public a complete cross  section of its humanitarian services at the P.N.E., Aug. 19 to  Sept. 4. _  .  More than 100 volunteer Red  Cross workers will participate  throughout the 14 days of the exhibition bringing practically  -Open  House*  to, the - exhibition  gWhatSis regarded as the world's  best blood transfusion donor service will be on parade. There  will be a two day period when  in a matter of seconds members  of the public will be able to have  tneir oiood group, and characteristics specified for personal use.  junior Red Cross members  will be there assembling P^ure  albums .of Canadiana and B.C.  lore.to^sendUo overseas Junior  "Red Cross organizations, _*<-���  alone has more than 100,000 mem  Sers in I960 Canadian Junior  Red Cross subscribed more than  _150 000 to the welfare .of enp-  S-5 and'handicapped Wldren  at home and abroad.  IMMUNIZATION .%EEK^  Duringjthevweek of Sept. Z4,  Canada willL celebrate its 19th,  National  Immunization-  weeK,  Dr. Gordon Bates, General Director  o_  the   Health League  of Canada announces. This: annual  event calls public .atten- .  tion to the fact there are com-  munieable diseases which may.  be prevented by immunization,  namely,   diphtheria,   whooping  cough,    tetanus, " poliomyelitis  and smallpox.  Don't forget  Fall Fair, Aug. 11 & 12  v  L  Prolong the life of y��pur;,ve.ooines with Imperial  Esso Lubricants ��� MaFvelube ��� Essolube HDX  > ��� Mineralube ��� Mobiloil ��� Esso M.P. Grease���and  other high quality lubricants for all requirements.  :m DANNY WHEELER  ins  ii.  Here's a salad tip worth remembering. Crundby chopped  celery combines well with  most cooked or canned seafoods and is an excellent extender. ' .   ,  A good basic seafood salaa  combination, which will serve  six, consists of: 1 pound or i  cups of cooked fish or shellfish broken into chunks, , l  tablespoon lemon juice, 1 cup  diced celery, and Vs cup mayonnaise. Sprinkle the .fish with  lemon juice. Add celery, and  mayonnaise. Mix lightly and  season to taste with salt. Serve  on greens or in vegetable-cups.  Tuna Salad Plate.  Turn     1     small    can-   (34^  ounces)   solid pack  tuna- and  oil  into   a  bowl,  keeping  the  round   of  fish   whole,   if   pos- ���  sible. Pour over it the juice of  half    a   lemon   and   sprinkle,  lightly with dried dill or. dill -  seed.    Chill.   Drain   fisti   and  place on a salad plate covered ;  with   crisp   lettuce. .Edge   the  round   of   tuna  with overlapping   slices   of  cucumber  and  top it with   sour cream   dressing   and   a   cucumber   twist.  Garnish the plate with radish,  roses and a stalk of cheese-filled   celery.   Heated,   butter 11  rye   bread   makes a good  accompaniment.  {Sardine Salad Plate  Drain 1 can (3V4 ounces)  Canadian sardines packed in  oil. Place sardines in a shallow  dish and cover with full  strength vinegar. Let stand  for half an hour. Drain. Line  an individual salad plate with  crisp lettuce and place sardjnes  on it. Garnish the plate with a  mock      "toadstool'-      prepared  from a   hard-coolced   egg   and  haM a  firm, ; ripe tomato.   To  ���make   the   "toadstool,"'  cut   a  slice from  the bottom of the  egg and stand ity upright.. Cut  the 'tomato ��� in half; crosswise  and remove a little pulp from  the   center   of   one   half.   Slip  this half, on   top  of   the   egg,  cut si&e downwards.  Dot with  thick, mayonnaise. Serve salad  with     additional     mayonnaise  and  accompany it with crusty  rolls.. k ���..'������������'  1       Salmon Salad Plate  Drain   -the    liquid    from    1  small can ($Vt ounces) salmon.  Turn the round 'of ffish into a  small -.'bowl;-'--'- taking care not to  break! it.f Top With a  dressing  made by  mixing 1  tablespoon  of   lemon- -juice,; fM   teaspoon  grated lemon peel, and,! a few  grains of curry powder. Chill.  Transfer   to    a f lettuce  flined  salad plate, sprinkle; with finely   chopped green onion,   and  top withf 2 ��� slices of hard-cook-y  ed "egg. Garnish the plate:with  several   over lapping f slices   of  tofmato   and  hard-cooked   egg,  one of more;green onions, and  a celery curLfServe with curry  seasoned; mayonnaise.   Brown-  ahd-serve rolls- are a good ac-  'oompaniment. ..   y ,r .  FORESTS IN INDUSTRY  The forests industries account for 17 percent of all the  manufacturing output of, Canada, f -y;..-      -Y---Y/  Don't forget  Fall Fair, Aug. It & 12  Organist. Ray Calder and vocalist Marg Osburne combine talents  for a ''quiet time" song on Don Messer's Jubilee. Along with Don  Messer and his Islanders, Charlie Chamberlain and the Buchta dancers, they are seen each Monday night on the CBC-TV network, and on  the CBC Trans-Canada radio network, Monday, Wednesday and Friday./ '. ��� -'���':.' .   .    f ' yys.4.  FREIGHT & PASSENGER TAX1  SERVICE  Cessna   170  & Cessna   180  The first and  largest permanently established  commercial  ���. . seaplane base in Sechelt     ...  GAS  & OIL FOR AVIATION & MARINE  Phone 885-9500 >��� residence 885-2193 and  WE'RE ON OUR WAY!  SECHELT AIR SERVICES LTD.  _ .,    Porpoise Bay, Sechelt, B.C.  have such  entertaining ways  If entertaining, either planned or impromptu,  means a hectic, last-minute rush for you - it's time  you let a home freezer do your catering.  QUICK CANAPES AND HOR8 D'OEUVRES  Using a few leftovers-plus a little imagination-you can create  attractive hors d'oeuvres and other "conversation pieces" \  with a minimum of effort. For example: whenever you have;a spare  moment, spread bite-sized pieces of toast with left-over creamed  chicken - or crab, shrimp or meat spread -and store iniyour       .. ^  freezer for "emergencies". Weeksriater, you just heat beforefseiyingkf  , and - Mmmmm! The variations are -as limitless as youi^etyri  imagination. Try freezing your own favorite broiler snack recipes or  sandwich loaves-and surprise your surprise guests.     ...-.���  N ANGEL ICE CREAM CAKE  Here's an exciting'recipe developed in  B.C. Electric's Home Service Centre. It's an angel  cake, cut cross wise into three layers -  spread with ice cream and sherbet, wrapped in freezer  foil, and stored in the freezer till needed.'   Y  Keeps beautifully for six months. Frost with  whipped cream and serve with pride!  FAST SNACKS FOR  HUNGRY YOUNGSTERS  Between-meal snacks and after-school  pick-me-iips/are a breeie for the  '  ihotherfwho has a home freezer!  Sandwiches, oookies-and fruit are  naturals /forfreezing. Try."Freezer-  ; bu rgers": just cook ��xtra hamburger  ���;   meat :patties*;cooV separate Jnvrqoisturey^  AptpdT papier and freeze them.  ������:.:',:...-.:��..;-Free_eihe'buns, too. Make your own  special fruit popsicles: just place  homemade or canned fruit cocktail in.,  jelly rriolds, in_ert skewei^^hd y;Y)k  freeze. They're always popular^ ;  \  with the youngsters.  v " "'-'���     .-.I'-:.. ..-  "EXTRA SPECIAL."  CAKES AND DESSERTS  Desserts-whether for busy days or  special occasions - areno problem at all  when you make full use of your freezer.  Pies baked with fruit-in-season, frozen  strawberry shortcakes,, waffles topped  with frozen fruits - even ready-to-use  cream puffs - can all be made-at leisure  and frozen'for future surprises.  ���/.-. .-.->.,.-������  For excjjlpg food Idft ~ look IntoV hortie freezer!  ...,.-i:   .-: A^- .�����''    '"'' ��� ..-*/������' ���Y-Y..Y'  Serving your ftome with better living    BiC. ELECTRIC  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST     (��SSOJ  C  &  S SALES  &  SERVICE  Sechelt, B.C.^-- 885-9713  PARKER'S HARDWARE  LTD.  ���:' ZxzzZ. A:$^#'';b-C- ��� ^ 88(5-2171      .  JOHN   WOOD   HARDWARE**   APPLIANCES  Gibeoas, B.C. ��� Ph. 886-2331  GIBSONS   HARDWARE   LTD.  Phone 886-2442    -  GIBSONS  ELECTRIC  Gibsons, B.C.���-Ph, 886-9325  RICHTER'S   RADIO   &  TV   CENTRE  SecHelt, B.C. ��� Ph. 885-9777 Million doll  ars in wages  Preparation costs "and payroll of the Pacific Northwest's  (biggest show will reach toward the $1,000,000 mark before  its final  curtain   Sept. 4  Already hundreds of. unemployed have filled out work  cards at the PNE offices. They  seek temporary jobs that  range frorh guards, gate attendants and ticket takers to the  imore specialized positions of  payroll clerks, typists and  cashiers.  The PNE will be hiring  about 660 men and 300 women to fill the score or more  general categories. Added to  this will be at least 21 men  supervisors and 11 . women  supervisors.  Independent concessionaires  and exhibitors will hire an additional thousand persons to  staff their booths and displays.  They will, be hired through the  Unemployment Insurance Commission Offices to be set up at  Exhibition Park in August.  OUR TOWN���By. McClelland  6       Coast News, Aug.  3,  1961.  ��:'*�� *A.V>,  do vour own painting! n  i'm not going to spend,the  , next two weeks scraping.  2__i_JtHEKIDS CJ.E��N   p-"2"^  *}  WW y  6   ^   1  /"____A    ,-%$*.    [  ^//I___P'- \ 1      TTT'Wffi'^Qi  /$-<___���    \\     S^L^cVS  >-*d  ____u*  Si__Ji^__i_BiPv^^jn  cSmB^4^ U��*��yyJ&2  IRVINES LANDING  OPEN FROM 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. WEEKDAYS  SUNDAYS 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.  FISHING GEAR AND LICENSES  FRESH MEAT AND GENERAL SUPPLIES  COFFEE SHOP  OPEN FROM lO a.m. to 8 p.m. DAILY  BACKHOE & LOADER  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT   NYGREN    ���    Ph. 886-2350  WANT  ADS  ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  SEPTIC TANK SERVICE  rump Tank Truck how Operating  TANKS BUILT OR REPAIRED  DRAINAGE  FIELDS INSTALLED  by  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  REGULAR VALUE $9.95  Electric Heating Pad 49'  1 NUMBER  Treasure   Hunt  Numbers   Posted   In   Most  Gibsons   Business  Places  Gibsons Merchants Present  THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY  GIBSONS VARIETIES  RULES:  1. YOU MUST BE OVER 18 TO REDEEM BARGAINS  2. DO NOT PHONE STORES FOR NUMBERS  SAVE THIS PAGE OF THE PAPER  You must have it with you to redeem bargains  If you find your number, you are entitled to the bargain offered, by the store on this page  REGULAR VALUE 75^  1 lb. Nabob Coffee 3  REGULAR VALUE $6.95  20 NUMBERS  "Serving You With Savings"  KEN'S FOODLAND  GIBSONS  3  3 NUMBERS  DRESS SHOP  GIBSONS  "The Store of Personalized Service"  REGULAR VALUE $4.95  Fishing Rod   49  2 NUMBERS  "The Store of.Quality"  GIBSONS HARDWARE  REGULAR VALUE $6.95  2 NUMBERS  "The Home  of Prestige Merchandise"  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTB.  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $5.29  Glass Bake Gift Set 69'  1 NUMBER  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15 STORE  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $9.50  SHELL   LUBRICATION  &  OIL  CHANGE  FRONT WHEEL PACK  (Including Seals)  2 NUMBERS  GIBSONS A SERVICE  REGULAR VALUE $6.50  Car Top Carriers 16'  3 NUMBERS  JOHN WOOD "^^^  'SUNSET STORE'  REGULAR VALUE $2.15  1 lb. Butter & 1 lb. Tea 7  5 NUMBERS  CO-OP STORE  GIBSONS  REGULAR VALUE $4.50  4711  &  O NUMBERS  LANG'S DRUG STORE  GIBSONS  OPEN MONDAYS  AMPLE PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE Sechelt news items  BY MRS. A.A., FRENCH  Mrs. A. Johnson of Radcliffe,  Alta,, is visiting her daughter,  Mrs. Mary Grey. Next Sunday,  Glen Gray, aged 8, will fly by  jet from Calgary to visit his  grandmother, Mrs. Mary Grey  who will meet him at the, airport  in Vancouver. Glen is the son of  Earl * Grey who first started -  newspaper work on the Peninsula local paper, now the Coast  News, and went to' the Vancouver Sun and later to the Calgary  Herald. He is now with a commercial enterprise.  Miss Derelys Donley, daughter  of Mr. and Mrs Bob Donley is  on vacation in St. Paul, Minn.,  where she is the guest of her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. L. S.  Carey. Dr. Carey is a professor  of radiology at University Hospital there.  Mrs. H". Swoboda and daughter  Peggy are spending a week's  vacation, guests of, Mrs. R. H.  Sheridan, of Marine Drive, West  Sechelt.  ]V_r. and Mrs.W. Morrison and  daughters ,Val and Barbara are  staying at Cozy Court Motel. Val  is leaving soon on a trip to include ^ New ; Zealand, Australia,  England and Europe. Mr. .Morrison is . still, living in California  but gets up.frequently to see his  wife and family iri Vancouver.  Mrs. BethfHaskamp, back, from  Seattle had a surprise visit from  brother Joe Spangler over the  weekend.  Mrs. Molly Joss, a recent hospital patient is now staying with  her daughter and-,husband, Mr.  and Mrs. George Miller.    ,  Mr. Norman Burley and family  have as guest Mr. Norman Ham  of Whitby, Ont., who is an uncle  of .Mr. Burley A  Mr. Ernest Hayes, brother of  Mr. J. M.-R. Hayes of Sechelt  is a visitor here from West Lawn  Ont.  Mr. and Mrs. C. (Bob) Town-  ley of Vancouver are visiting  Mrs. Margaret Gibson.  CARPENTER  Prompt Service  ��� Quality Workmanship  KITCHEN  CABINETS  A SPECIALTY  Additions ��� Alterations  New Construction  NO JOB TOO LARGE  OR TOO SMALL  McCulloch-rPh. 886-2120  HASSANS STOP  Complete stock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial and Sports  Hardware ��� Dry Goods  BAPCO PAINT  Interior  & Marine  Ph. TU 3-2415  New 71 bed  hospital opened  - The new St. Joseph General  hospital provides a full range  of services, including diagnostic and treatment facilities,  laboratory, x-ray, pharmacy,  ma;jor and minor operating  rooms, an . emergency department, and its own laundry facilities. The third floor of the  reinforced concrete building  will be left in an unfinished  state to provide room for additional accommodation when  required at a" future date.  Hon. Eric Martin, minister  of health services and hospital  insurance, officially opened  the new St. Joseph General  Hospital, Dawson Creek, Sat.,  July 22nd.  The new three storey building, providing accommodation  for 71 beds, cost an estimated  $1,670,000, of which the provincial "government will pay  approximately $835,000. It replaces the existing 29 bed  hospital,  built  in 1932.  J. J. Rogers & Son  PAINTING CONTRACTORS  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING  INDUSTRIAL COATINGS  FLOOR  TILING by CONTRACT  For fast reliable service Ph. 886-9333  Rogers  PLUMBING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS, B.C. ��� Ph. 880-2092  WHOLESALE   &   RETAIL  corner off PRATT RD. & SECHELT HI-WAY  STORE HOURS ��� Opsn 7 am. to 11 p.m.  Y   Closed on Mondays f  White 3-piece bathroom set with taps ........ ��  99.00  Colored 3-piece bathroom set with taps  ��119.00  (We have the higher price sets too)  White enamel shower cabinets      $  52.50  We have full stock of Streamline copper pipe & fittings  CHEAPER THAN THE DEPARTMENTAL STORES  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, single hub     $   4.90.  4" soil pipe, 5 feet long, double hub    ., $ . 5:20  1/2" copper pipe, per foot           18^  1/2" copper elbow  10^   tee iSty  Solder    , - 1 lb. $   1.39  SPECIAL ��� Double stainless steel sinks  $27.50  3" copper, pipe, per foot  $   1.29  New Pembi^ybaths    :..���:..........\....A.-X  ��52.50  New Englishi china toilets with seats   ........... $31.90  No. 1 steel septic tanks (free deUvery)     - $48.50  4" No-Crod_^pipe^f-ellon^ $  3.75  3^" Perforated No-Crode pipe  $  2.35  New toilet seats    x.Y...,..:.lXr~,..:���-x......  $  3.90  Anything you buy from us if you don't want it I will  f y:fy     refund your'moneyimmediately  Elko glass lined Noy 30 single element w.-.~ $73.00  Elko glass Hried No. 30double element  ...... $83.00  No. 40 glass lined double element   .................... $89.00  USUAL. GUARANTEE  Fibre glass laundry tubs? fo* less than the big stores  You can buy the Cobra brand plastic pipe  cheaper from me  STORE KEEPERS OR  MERCHANTS  25% OFF PLASTIC PIPE LIST PRICE  The new Beatty shallow or deep well pumps    $119  i\Ai 4'iAx     (Save 5 to lO dollars) '::/kyyy:: ���/������:���'  Guests guess  (Continued  from Page 2)  rhythm of the children's dance.  The three of us followed, spellbound, to the place of dismissal,  and on the way back to the hotel,  the London, couple to whom the  pipes and the dancing were  something ~ new, asked me how  I, a Canadian, knew abbutHhese  things.  On our way to Selkirk we passed the ruins of Elibank Castle,  a. Border tower up on. the hill  across the Yarrow, the scene of  a  truly Scots romance.  Once upon a time there lived  a family of the name .of Scott',  off in the hills beyond Yarrow.  The men of the house supplied  the meat by the simple expedient of lifting it on the hoof from  those who had it.  When supplies ran low the  guidwife used to serve a pair of  spurs on the plate as a hint. This  time she did and the son of the  house, -a -braw/ and gallant lad;  took to the hill to fill the bill,  but his luck was out for he was  himself captured by the minions  of Elibank, who doomed him to  be hanged at dawn.  Now the lord had  a  sensible  wife and an unwed daughter, unwed by reason of her nick-name,  "Muckle-Moo'd Meg." The lady  "put the proposal to her lord that  here was the opportunity of doing the right thing by Meg,  so  Elibank, grumblingly consenting,  put   the   alternative   to    young  Scott,   who   indignantly   replied  that  he'd  hang first.- However,  through the night, he concluded  that life was sweet, and he saw  daylight   in   two   senses   when  dawn came, and when the priest  came he found he had a marriage on his hands instead of a funeral. Young Scott .married into  a wealthy family, Meg proved to  be a devoted wife, and they were  the forebears of Sir Walter Scott,  the Wizard of the North.  (To be continued)  Don't forget  Fall Fair, Aug. 11 & 12  Coast   News, Aug.  3, 1961.  BUHMG or REMODELIIG?  We can design and build a dream kitchen in any number  of exotic hardwoods and plastic laminates  at reasonable prices.  Also fine custom furniture for every  room in your home  Quality material & workmanship guaranteed.  R. BIRKIN ��� Oceanside Furniture & Cabinet Shop  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek ��� Ph. 886-2551  DEALERS for  FIBREGLAS KITS  and MATERIAL  Fibreglas Steelcote Epo-  Lux paint  Fibreglas Anti-fouling  paint  FAIRWIILE  BOAT WORKS LTD,  ROBERTS   CREEK ��� 886-7738  SCHOOL JANITORS WANTED  Part time jaintors are required for Irvines Landing and  Langdale Schools commencing September 1, 1961. Apply in writing to the undersigned on or before August  12, 1961.  For particulars concerning duties and hours of work  contact Mr. H. J. Chaster ��� Gibsons 886-9566.  Sechelt School District  No. 46.  Board of School Trustees,  Box 220,  Gibsons, B.C.  tfru'��& InvMl  TO   THE  OPENING  & Saturday  August 4 & 5  Exclusive it Gibnit  Romper Room Toys  OPENING SPECIALS IN EACH DEPARTMENT  Gifts for first 50 Ad^  Balloons for Kiddies  DOOR PRIZE  '"-'*  ^ff *._").jfifSl^Z^^r '.':T..V-i..  W  v J *./ V./ j, 5. i.i ���  C  .1    _ .1 *-�����-!  ��\J>:-*.XkJ.l  We will have a complete line of  Boys & Girls Back-to-School Clothing  Howard & Doris Ennis  Ph. 886-9353 By PAT WELSH  In spite of somewhat squally  weather fishermen have been out  in full force coming in with good  catches of salmon and grilse,  the area around Pirate Rocks  and Bertha Island being the favored spots.  Captain and Mrs. Sture Lar-  rson are visiting here from their  home in Florida, they spent  some time at Redroofs Resort  and with relatives, Mr and Mrs.  John Wilson McLeod at Halfmoon Bay.' Mrs. Larrson is the  former Margot Wilson, a well  known artist. Whilst here she did  several landscapes and sketches  of local beauty spots, and portraits of the McLeod children.  From Winnipeg came Marjorie  Lanham to visit her aunt, Miss  Constance Lanham of Halfmoon  Bay, the Ralph Whites of Calgary brought their two sons, Steven and Todd to visit their grandparents, the Ernie Whites at Redroofs.  *    * ' *  Yet another visitor, and from  England, is Mrs. D. Franklin who  is the guest of the Frank- Clay-  dons and will spend the next few  weeks here before returning to;  her home at Hove, Brighton,  England.  Welcome Beach Hall was decorated with yellow and green  streamers and balloons July 29  when a surprise party was given  Hugh Ladner, , son of Mr., and  Mrs. Graham Ladner ftp celebrate his 21st birthday. A number of young people from Burna-  ,.. Don't forget  Fall Fair, Aug. 11 & 12  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-9525  TUES. to SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ���: Coloring  by and Vancouver droved up, also  his ���maternal grandmother, Mrs.  T,. E.:Ladner and his aunt; Miss  Edna Ladner. Over 40 guests sat  down to supper. The green and  yellow color scheme "was carried  out with candles and flowers. A  large birthday cake with 21 candles was cut and Happy Birthday sung. Mr. E. Cafferty made  the presentation speech and many  lovely gifts were presented. Hugh  and Valerie Grant led off with  the first dance and the young  people enjoyed dancing until  midnight. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. E. Cafferty and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.  DeMain, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.  - Spence, Richard and Valerie,  Mrs. T. E. Ladner and Miss E.  Ladner.  * * *  Mr. and Mrs. Lee Straight,  Linda, Karen and Ronnie are returning to their home;;hr Vancouver after spending the past two  weeks here at the Canon Greene  residence.  Mr. and Mrs. L. Ryan and  family, have returned to their  home in Vancouver after spending the 'past month here at the  Ken Argue-cottage.  ' After a month's hdliday at his  summer home here with his family Dr. H. H. Caple is returning  to the city. He will weekend with  the family during August. Mr.  Stuart Lefeaux's vacation has  ended and he too will weekend  with his family at his home during August.  ���F ���-* *��^  Dr. and Mrs. Toiihey and family, all eleven of them, are returning to their home in West  Vancouver/       :-'-.;.YY.  Mr. Johnny Simpson took a  party of young people aboard  the Froya to sail to her moorings at Eagle Harbour. Elaine  will be here until Friday with  Georgie.  . *^ ^* ^r*-  Mrs. Bulien and niece Linda  who have been the guests of Mrs.  I. Hanley for a-few days have  left for their home at Dawson  Creek.  .  ' :yX->.:-...'.A Y Y   ���-,:������"'���  Mrs. Arnold who has been visiting her .daughter Mrs;^L; Andersonf has���;; returned home. Mrs.  Anderson will remain here until  September.  SECHELT  ALL SHOWS START AT vB ;pJ-uk Y  Saturday, Monday, Tuesday ��� August 5, 7 & 8  Shirley Eaton Terrence London  CARRY ON NURSE  ���'        f ADULTy  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ��� August 9, 10 & 11  Richard Burton '        "   - ���   Barbara Rush  THE BRAMBLE BUSH  ADULT  Saturday, Monday, Tuesday t��� August 12, 14 & 15  James Stewart     Y June Ailyson f  ZT$$ GLEN MI__LER STORY  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday;��� August 16, 17 & 18  Paul Newman Joanne Woodward  FROM THE TERRACE  RESTRICTED  No one admitted-i^der ag^of 18���-Come- prepared to'."..y:  Y ' kk pi. ove your age . \  '  Special price, $1 per person  Saturday, Monday, Tuesday ������ August 19, 21 & 22  Robert Ryan Teresa Stratas  THE   CANADIANS  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday i��� August 23, 24 & 25  Alec Guinness   ;   ,-' Kay Walsh  HORSE'S MOUTH  Weddings    Gems *f Thought  LUMSDEN���MURRAY  .t  ��� The marriage of RFN ,Ren-  nie Lumsden, son ot Mr. and  Mrs. Jack Lumsden, former  residents of Sechelt, now of  Pritchard, B.C., to Miss Marilyn Murray of Holiday Ranch  .at Pritchard, was performed  in Hemer, Germany, June 23.  RFN Lumsden serves with  the Queen's Own Rifles in Germany, and was joined there by  his financee, who flew by jet  from Vancouver.  Miss Murray's parents, Mr.  and Mrs. John Murray, are  spending the summer at New  Westminster, B.C., and with _  number of relatives bid the  bride-to-be bon voyage on her  long journey. The young  couple toured the German  courrtryslde on their honeymoon, and plan a later visit  to Scotland.  PAINT JOB   DRAW  Draw for the free car paint  job by Totem Collision was made  by Const. A. O. Kempin and the  winner was Mrs. F. S." Verhulst,  Granthams.  c  559���BIB QR HALF-APRON with deep, deep pockets that save  steps when you "tidy-up" the house. Use thrifty remnants of  print or plaid 'n' plain. Pattern parts; easy directions.  607���-GAY TOASTER DOLL���_ier dress is of gay rick-rack joined with simple crochet stitches. Use odds 'n' ends or one color  .for dress and earrings. Pattern, pieces; transfer; directions.  951���PAIR OF THOROUGHBREDS���as handsome as sporting  prints,and swift embroidery in easy cross-stitch. Choose rich,  natural colors. Transfer two 8Vzxl6-inch pictures; color schemes.  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.  Send now for our exciting, new 1961  Needlecraft Catalog. Over 125 designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave ��� fashions, homefurnisbings, toys, gifts,  bazaar hits. Plus FREE ��� instructions for six smart veil cap?.  Hurry, send 25c now!  Pulp is the raw material of  paper,  rayon and cellophane.  No, one'is useless in "this world  who lightens the" burden of it for  any one else. ��� Charles Dickens  Every industrious man, in every lawful "calling, is a useful  man. ��� Ralph Waldo Emerson.  Usefulness is doing rightly by  yourself and others. ��� Mary Baker Eddy.  Unless -what we do is useful,  glory is vain. ��� Phaedrus.  Nothing in this world is so good  as usefulness. It binds your fellow : creatures to you, and you to  them. ��� B. C. Brodie.  Don't forget  Fall Fair, Aug. 11 & 12  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  Chris* Jewelers  MAIL   ORDERS  GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION  Ph. 885-2151  Praise for Sechelt  Lieut-Governor George R.  Pearkes and Mrs. Pearkes  were ^apparently so' pleased;  with'their, visit to Sechelt that,  the next day the Lieut-gover-  . nor .penned a letter to Mrs.  Christine Johnston, chairman  of Sechelt Village council.  Here is a copy of ;tbe letter:  De_r lyirs. Johnston: We had  . a splendid flighr to'Vancouver  and returned, to Victoria this  morning after opening the 1961  Art Festival last night. It was  so- kind f of:,;youyto entertain  Mrs. v.Pearkesyjind myself at  lunch and to devote the whole  day. to stowing: us around Sechelt. k 4X'Z: A0AZ.Z --v.  '"I'ffietf-friot ofypeople in .Vancouver last night and spent so  much time telling them about  Sechelt, 3hH I almost forgot to  mention the Festival.:  I thought ydufruled over a  very happy'; litjie community  ���arid"-ami- sure thei reinarkable  progress being mad#is< iarjgely  due to your ability and farsight. May your success continue.  * We^enjoyed Ye VeryYiriomertt  of bur stay. Again many thanks  for a'very plealsant dayk ���-' ���  ' Yours ��� Sincerely,  :; >���-.;-���.-  GEORGE R.PEARKijS  On   the    Monday   afternoon *  during the   visit  with: the  Indian band _tt Sechelt the lieu-  tenant - governor    and    Mrs.  Pearkes .walked .over to have  a chat with Mrs. C. A. Broughton, i02 years old, who journeyed    up   from   Gibsons,   in  order she could meet the viceregal couple. All three had  quite a chat while Mrs.  Broughton was seated in the  car-which brought her to the  grounds.  Come to the  FAIR DANCE  Sat. Aug. 12  lO p.m. to 1 a.m.  SCHOOL HALL - Ticket! $1 each  THE COAST NEWS IS SOLD  AT THE  Murdoch's Store, Irvines Landing  Lloyd's Store, Garden Bay  Filgas Store Irvines Landing  Madeira Park Store  Hassans Store, Madeira Park  B & J Store, Halfmoon Bay  Rae's Coffee Bar. Halfmoon Bay  Service Store, Sechelt  Shop Easy Store, Sechelt  Village Coffee Shop. Sechelt  Lang's Drug Store, Sechelt  Peninsula Athletic Club, Sechelt  Selma Park Store  Vic's Trading Post, Wilson Creek  Elphinstone Co-Op Assn., Gibsons  Tidball Store, Roberts Creek-  Cooper Store, Ganthams  Hamner Store, Hopkins Landing  Black I^l^erry  "Cafa,'������Ferry.^^ Landing  Ferguson's Store*, Port Mellon;  Lang's Drug Store, Gibsons  ' X Y .���      '       "��� '     -\  ���        ;  r   Danny's; Coffee Bar. Gibsons   :  Super-Valu, Gibsons  \ Dutch Bpy�� Gibsons     f';  -Midway Storey Gibsons  Welcome Cafe, Gibsons  Ken's Foodland, Gibsons  Dogwood Cafe. Gibsons  Black & Whits Store, Gibsons  COOtfINO ���Gas cooking  moans faster; choapor hoot  with no wacta In warm-up. Gas  hOat room smokolass broiling  and a cloan ovonl Cooking  tho gat way glvos unlimited  : tattings for cooking spaods,  convenience  Oar metered service give, you all the ad-  vantage* of "city type" gas service .. . continuous supply, no worry over tank level, and  payment after use only* Regardless of  when we fill, you pay only ��� for what goes  through the, meter each month ���this means  you 'don't have to be home for deliveries,  sign, delvery slips, or pay any cash.  HOf WATIl-Agaln'oat  ooyss monoyl Instant hoot  (ROans mora hot wator. fastor  . . . Ioh fuol utod and "tnor*  ���hoi. 'woi*orf in. rosorvo,  ',  y  service  HOMI HIATINO ���Your gas  hooting starts with, tho flamol  With dopondablo motorod ges  yoo gat mora hsat for your  dollar, and  novo  a  cUaner  CLOTMM D��Y1M�� -- M*f^d ���  gas poendf* you tb.ooioy dry  Ing/ your clothos Indoors...  ��� fa_tor- ;"Vi In wbndarful, au-  >tSMMHH|, '.���woaojf^A'tsfj'iwg' -.gee  !*y^Y.-:vk-.'.::-k'  Metering is entirely automatic. We mail you  a bill based on the exact mete, reading and  you can check your own reading against the  bill. Your monthly bill will be a smaller bill  and far easier to pay than cash on delivery.  City-type service will also permit you to  enjoy those additional gas appliances you  have always wanted.  d accuracy  1IPIIOIIATI - Sitont,  low  '  cost operation is yours with  a gas. oporatad rofrigorator.  NO WONDIR MOM fflff, HOtUS  AM USINO OAS APPUANCISI  ���_.'���  The meter on your tank will be a tested  and sealed precision instrument. Ci^y. utilities have proven it to be the moat equitable  way to charge for gas. It proves to our  metered customers that they pay for only  the gas they actually use.  metered fecys costs no more  It's easy and fast rri ������     ���  to convert. v so call   uIUSOlIS   llarilWiiri1  US TODAY Phone 886-2442  C & S Sales  Phone: 885-0713 COMING   EVENTS  Aug.' 4, 2 p.m., Garden Party,  W. I. Cottage. Strawberry Tea..  35c, Home Cooking, Produce,  White Elephant table.  Oct. 7, DeMolay Mothers' Circle  Turkey   dinner,  7   p.m.,   Legion  Hall, Gibsons.  BINGO ��� BINGO ��� BINGO  Nice prizes and Jackpot  Every Monday at 8 p.m. in the  Gibsons Legion  Hall.  CARD  OF  THANES  'i ' *        |  Tedious hours during my recent  illness and hospitalization were  .brightened immeasurably by the  many acts of kindness by friends  and loved ones. My heartfelt  thanks. Ede Laidlaw.-  '   ">  BIRTHS :  REAL ESTATE  "A Sign of Service"  PHONE  886-2191  , New view home on two lots,  2 l bdrs, . fireplace,- basement,  $9,500, easy terms.  PHONE 886-2191  NELSON ��� To Mr. and Mrs. Vic-,  tor T.   Nelson  (nee  Luoma)   on  . July 20, 1961, a baby girl, Julie  Ann, 6 lbs.,. 9V_ oz., at St. Mary's  Hospital,fGarderi Bay,       , ,y  ENGAGEMENT  k CHRISTIE ������ McINTYRE  Mr. and. Mrs. George Miller, Sechelt, B.C., announce the engagement of their daughter Marion Edith Christie to S/Lt. Kenneth   Gordon   Mclntyre,   R.C.N.  (R) son of Mr. and Mrs. D. G.  Mclntyre, Vancouver,'B.C. The  principals are both graduates of  TJ.B.C. where Miss Christie affiliated with Alpha Phi Women's  Fraternity. The Naval wedding  will take place at 3:00 o'clock  on Saturday, August 26 in Christ  Church Cathedral, Vancouver  with Very Reverend Dean Northcote Burke officiating assisted  by Canon- Alan p. Greene.   Y  WORK* WANTED  Urgently require work, office or  hospital prefefcredYP.Of Box 23,  Gibsons.       Y'������-.���-. ,; f YY'.-yf ��� ��� , f  Farm and garden work done,  also pruning. G. Charman, Ph.  886-9862.  FOUND  A place to get take out se^vi0��  we   suggest   local   grown   fried  half chicken with French fried ,  potatoes from DANNY'S  Phone 886-9815  BOATS FOR SALE  Good 12 ft. boat equipped with  controls and windshield, $165.  Phone  886-2583. >   14   ft.  runabout.   See" at" Gov't'  wharf, Gibsons. N. Johnson, Ph.  886-9871.  Clinker built boat, 5 hp. inboard  and full equipment with trailer,  $225. Phone; 886-9593. H. Haiwley,  Bay view YRoadk Roberts   Creek.;.  A REALy BARGAIN     Yk  33  ft.  old style  roomy  cruiser,  toilet, sink,  oil stove,  Universal :  engine. $1200fcash. DenfHarlihg#  Garden Bayk Phone TU^3-2366YY  FUELS  MILLWOOD,  SAWDUST,  BUSHWOOD, COAL  Call  BAIN'S FUEL  885-9634 ; Z  WOOD, COAL &  TOTEM LOGS  ft. N. HASTINGS Ph. 886-9902  AUTOS  FOR  SALE  View   building  lot,   100'   frontage, $1,075, easy  terms.  PHONE 886-2191  .SPECIAL ��� 10  acres, house,  light, well, or owner will subdivide "in 5 acre  blocks.  Reasonably priced  and' easy terms.  PHONE 886-2191  NOTARY PUBLIC  H.   B.    GORDON   &   KENNETT  LIMITED  Gibsons Sechelt  Deal with  Confidence  with  TOM DUFFY  SECHELT REALTY  .:���  ��� f Y AND v INSURANCE���!'  FIRE: ANDYAUTO INSURANCE  Phones:   885-2161/ 885-2120  Large - fully serviced view lot,  cleared, on black topped road..  Now only $1275'. Z  Attractive   summer   home   sit-  ��� uated in natural park surroundings.   Few    steps    to    excellent  beach. Nice view. Full price only  $6800.  Few choice building lots still  available in "Evergreen Acres"  Terms to suit any purse. Investigate now. Call  KAY BUTLER  Sechelt 885-2161 or  Gibsons 886-2000, evenings.  "DRASTIC ^ETOCWON,,  Lovelyf,waterfront',ihome, Gower Point', reduced to $12,500 for  quick saleY f.f  "GEORGIA  VIEW"  Be sure and visit the model  home (lot 40) in this lovely subdivision then .let. us help you  plan your quality built" home.  Plans available for your inspec- ,  tion at our new office, "The  Shopping  Centre" Gibsons.  CHAS .ENGLISH Ltd.  Ph. 886-2481 or evenings 886-2500  A .completeYlist   of properties  on the Sechelt Peninsula. ;    ;  CHARLES ISLAND  At entrance;tO;Pender Harbour,  containing' 7"acres ipi tsihall cot-"  tage and private y dock. Good  shelter. Offers invited ��� ternts  arranged. Must^bgjfgold.yWeekend call MrkKyle, TU^-2433 ���  courtesy f.toY agents.    ; f  ; ���;^";L^_-i''''KYl^^,^ealto]^1r:!>'k;:  ���  ���1429; Marine   Drive^fW^: 2-1123  YWest: VmcouverZARlC:      -  DRUMMOND REALTY  We-have buyers, and require  "%: listings  Two offethe best homes in Gibsons, fully ^modern, one electric  heat, the other automatic oil.  Very reasonable.. Both homesf  have large lots and beautiful  view.  DRUMMOND REALTY  Notary Public  Gibsons Phone 886-7751  PROPERTY WANTED  Wanted by private party, waterfront  lot'���  reasonable. N. Edwards,  92   Myron,Dr.,  R. R.  1,  . Richmond,  B.C.  CR   8-1808.  PROPERTY FOR SAL.K  FOR SALE OR TRADE   14 ft. runabout with 22 hp. Scott,  like new. Al's Used Furniture,  Gibsons,  B.C.  MISC. FOR SALE ~  100 gal. wood stave tank,  excel-  " lent condition. Cunliffe, Redroofs .  Beach, Halfmoon Bay. J  ��� Various flower pots, all sizes for',  sale, reasonable;  5 sheets alum-'  inuin  roofing,   large   size.   Mrs.  D.  G.  R.   Smith,   Gower  Point  Rd., 886-2373.'  2 4 year old beef cows  with  3^  month   old  heifer  calves,   sired  by   purebred  Hereford.  Reason-y  able. T.  Christenson, Shaw Rd.,  Gibsons.-Ph. 886-7756'.  10 hp. Firestone outboard, used"  less than 20 hours, $160. Austin'  rad and tank, 'three . spotlights,;;  best condition. Earl's Agencies,;"  Gibsons.  ���I  , . -. . ^  Good selection of * reconditioned  TVs, $50 up. Richter^ Radio-TV.  Phone. 885-9777, Sechelt,  Good baby combination play and'  feed table, $10; 8 piece Rogers^  silverwiare and walnut chest with^,  drawer, $35; unused 20 vol. Chil-*  dren's Book of Knowledge, also  other books, $45; 58 mixed LPs'  records etc., $25. Ph.:-86-2477.   '  Good wood and coal range, $10.^  Fletcher, No. 47, Granthams.  1 Warden King hot water heating  boiler,  approximately 950 ft ra-,.  diation   and  radiator.   Boxf 612,;.  Coast News.-.-,���������-,.',.  Flagstones, pier blocks, drain  tile, available from Peninsula;  Cement Products, Orange Rd.,.  Roberts Creek.  ANNOUNCEMENTS   (Cont'd)  See the Do-It-Yourself concrete  block, 8" x 5'^ x 12", 15 cents  each f.o.b. Davis Bay. A. Simpkins, bricklayer, phone  885-2132.  The cleanest cabins are at SEA-  BEACH MOTEL on beautiful Davis   Bay.  Phone-885-4474.    ; f: ; -  Hobbyists! Plan to enter Gibsons  First Annual Hobby Show this  fall. Watch for more news on  this in the Coast News.  DIRECTORY  $119  $ 491-  $95 '  $ 85  $ 79  $25  ROGERS PLUMBING  y^y-'y'Ay SUPPLIES Y  Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-2092  Corner of Pratt Rd. and Sechelt  '   Highway  We   now have a large stock of  oil ranges and refrigerators.  2 Lady Pat oil ranges with  Cyclos   burners,' same  as  new $125  1 Gurney combination wood,  coal and 4 ring electric  range, good as new.  1 oil range, pot burner  1 Empire oil range  1 Enterprise oil range  1 McClary oil range  14 ring  electric range  tested  1 Hot Point electric washing  machine $ 45  1 Servel gas. refrig.  (guaranteed) $175  3 Frigidaire friges y $~|J9  f 1 garbage burner       ��� ��� - Yvkk  ��� --white^enamel $ 35':  1 Kemac oil range $89  Used doors,   $2 and $1.50 each.  8 pane windows AX.Z $2.90  6 panev;windows ^-.$2.00  1 McClary combination oil  and electric, like new $129,  3 good woodr and coal ranges,  cheap.  Free Delivery    Y  anywhere on the Peninsula  Used electric and gas ranges, also oil ranges. C & S-Sales, Ph.  885-9713,   Sechelt.  WANTED ~  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons,  Ph.  886-9950.  ANNOUNCEMENT ���    ~  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE '  A. J. DUFF ZRAL  Phone,f885-4468. .�����������  BILL SHERIDAN  TV, APPLIANCES  SEWING MACHINES  Sales and Service  Phone 886-2463 or 885-9534  STOCK WELL & SONS  885-4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe  and   front  end loader work. Clean  cement  gravel, fill and road gravel.  GIBSONS "~  BUILDING SUPPLIES  y  kf-^"-----1     tTDYY  " MWE CARRY THE STOCK"  Phone 886-2642  LET US HELP YOU  ��� yyffk-yPLAN NOW  WATER   SURVEY   SERVICES  CONSULTANTS  .-'���"ii: C.''EMERSON":,:,  R.R. 1,   Sechelt  885-9510  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing,  Grading,  Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks,  Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  Concrete   Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  See us for all your knitting  requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353  ~      SCOWS    ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing       -r .  k      Phone 885-4425  YHILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  : Engine Block Repairs  yfY.kf AreYAcyv Weliittng -.-   ,    k  A 4y      Precision Machinists  Ph.   886-7721        ,    Res   886-9956  DIRECTORY (Continued)  PENINSULA SAND &  GRAVEL  Phone   886-9813 Y  Sand,   gravel,   crushed   Bock.  All material washed and screened or pit run.     .'f V  Good cheap fill  RITA'S BEAUTY SHOP  Tinting and Styling  Phone   886-2409  Sechelt Highway  Gibsons Village  THRIFTEE  DRESS  SHOP  '���;���'  "Personalized Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886-9543  C. ROY GREGGS  Phone 885-9712  For   cement gravel, fill,  road  gravel and crush rock.  Backhoe and Loader  Light'Bulldozing  Y GIBSONS PLUMBING  Heating,  Plumbing  :;   Quick;  efficient service  Phone 886-2460  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  LAND SURVEYING  A SURVEYS  k  P. O. Box 37, Gibsons  1334 West  Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5.       Ph. MU. 3-7477  Coast News, Aug. J, 19.61.  CRAMER   ��� HAUKA  A quiet family wedding was  solemnized in the chapel of  Queen's Ave., United Church in  New Westminster on July 29  when Roberta Hauka, daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nimmo  became the bride of James A.  Cramer, son of Mrs. Hogben of  Burnaby; Rev. W. Even Fuller-  ton officiated.  The bride wore a beige sheath  dress with mauve accessories  and carried a sheaf of gladioli.  Mrs. Norman Peterson was matron of honor, wearing a'blue,  sheath, and Diane Hauka was  flower girl in mauve nylon.  Mr. Bill Nimmo, brother of  the .bride, was.best man. :  The reception was held in Sur--  rey at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  H. Merriam, sister and brother-'  in-law of the groom. Mr. G. Rey- y  nolds,   uncle of  the bride,  proposed   the   toast   to  the   happy;  couple.  Following a honeymoon in the  U.S.A., the couple will reside in  Gibsons.  SMITH'S   HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  SERVICED  Phone 886-2422.  BACKHOE  and  LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.  KARATEEW, Ph.  886-9826  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office      (Phones)    Residence  886-2191 886-2131  H. B. Gordon and Kennett  Limited  REAL ESTATE  & INSURANCE  Box 19 Gibsons, B.C.  "A Sign of Service"  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  . Dependable  Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record   Bar  Phone 885-9777  MADEIRA   PARK  BUILDING SUPPLY Co.i Ltd.  Cement  graivel,   $2.25 yd.  Road gravel   and fill,   $1.50 yd.  Delivered in Pender   Harbour  area.'   Lumber,     Plywood,     Cement  .   phone TU 3-2241  WIGARD SHOE Sl'ORE  ���   . Always a large variety of  shoes in every line  for old and young.  Phone Sechelt 885-9519-'..-.  C&S SALES  For all; your heating  requiremients  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  "���:   Also   Oil Installation  Free estimate  Furniture  Phone 885:9713...     .  RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAIT  Radio,  TV repairs  Phone 886-2538,  Gibsons  PENINSULA     CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone  Phone 886-2200    X  EXCESSIVE WASTE  The ravages caused by fire,  insects, and disease in the forests of Canada are1 .excessive. Y  Wrecking .'47 Ford, '47 Nash,. '51  Pontiac, '52 Ford.. Gower. Point  Road. Phone 886^9881, Don or  Carl, after 6 p;mky  Hillman, '49 body, '52 engine.  $150.  Phone 885-9316.  1 1 acre,- $1000.  Bricklayer,! Box  Phone 885-2132.  A.    Simpkins,  389,    Sechelt:  SIM  WATCH REPAIRS  For    guaranteed watch    and  jewelry    repairs, see   Chris's  Jewelers,  Sechelt. Work done  ori the premises. ��� ��� tfn  1 acre, for camp or retirement.  No building restrictions. Water,  light, road, $1,000. A. Simpkins,  Bricklayer, Box 389, Sechelt, Ph.  885-2132.  Waterfront home and lots. Apply  Williard , Welcome Beach, c/o  CoopOr's Store, RedrOpfs.  PRINTING'  FOR RENT  For your printing call 886-2622.  MONEY TO LOAN .  kxxxxx  XXXXXXX  XX XX  XS--���XXXX       XX  Modern 2 bedroom cottage at  Sechelt on waterfront, furnished  or unfurnished, basement storage, available from Sept. 1. Write  G. M. Thompson, 564 Howe St.,  Vancouver. MU  5-0181.  A compost box of concrete  blocks can be yours for small  money. See sample at Davis Bay  A. Simpkins, Bricklayer. Phone  885-2132.  k    PEDICURIST  Mrs. F.E. Campbell  Selma  Park,  on I'b'u's  stop  Phone   885-9778  Evenings by appointment  *Y       DAVID NYSTROM  Interior,   exterior painiing. Also  paperhanging.     Phone     Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  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 Sechelt 885-9678 , or write Box 584t  Coast  News.  TIMBER CRUISING  ���������   K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Van- ^MARSHALL'S   PLUMBING  More than a third of Canada is covered with vast forests.  Don't forget  FaU Fair, Aug. 11 & 12  The area of the productive  forests f of Canada covers almost 900,000  square miles.  Church Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  11:15   a.m.   Holy   Communion  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Litany, 3  p.m.  S�� Hilda's, Sechelt  3 pnn., Evening Prayer  UNITED "  Gibsons  9:30 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.  CHRISTIAN    SCIENTISTS  Church Service*:  and   Sunday   School  .      each Sunday at 11 a.m.   Roberts  Creek  United  Church  BETHEL BAPTIST 5  Sechelt ,:x  10 a.m. Sunday School  11:15 a-m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  Roth's Home, Marine Drive  7:30 p.m., United Church  PENTECOSTAL "  GIBSONS  10 a.m.,  Sunday  School  11:00 a.m. 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  9:45 a.m.,  Sunday School  11  a.m.  Morning Worship  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  k.;. -  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  ELECTRIC   LTD.  Sechelt  Phone 885-2062 -  Residence,   885-9532.  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  at  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone  886-2346  House  Phone  886-2100  Draperies by the yard  or made   to measure  All accessories  C  & S SALES  Phone 885-9713  ! DON'S SHOE STORE I  ��� =! _=  j August 8 to 11 (  I SUMMER !  XXXXXX  xxxxx ���������������������  xx    xx       x  XX XX      X  XXX  XX  X   XX  -.  ���-��� '.x      XX  PRESCRIPTION  FOR PAYING BILLS  PAY 'EM OFF WITH A  LOW-COST, LIFE-INSURED   !'  KXX    XXX   XXXX  XXXX  X    xxxx  '_t X XX        X        JvA^  XXX   X XX      XX   xxxx  ���  X   X        xxxxxx  KXX' XXX XXXX   X   X X  X  Sx*xk��� ^:5xk|k  xxxx x.  xxxx xx^,  S    xxxx X  X X   X ���,���  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  2 bedroom  house, fully modern,  Selma Park. Sechelt 885-2277.  couver 9, Phone REgent 3-0683.  5 room home on beach y Phone  886-9384.-  Duplex, 2 bedrooms, furnished  and partly furnished;: $18 and $20  per week. Phone 886-9853.  Office space in Sechplt Post Office building. Apply at Ma�� shall  Wells Store,^ ~   ,.  WANTED TO RENT  Require 3 bedroom home before  end of AugustyP.O.1 Box, 23, Gib-  .���.son_yk"  kY;y Z'.AX* 4  Room 'fand, board between Gib-  sons and Port Mellon. Phone  886-2080. .  BOARD AND ROOMy  Board and Room, on beach at  Selma Park.   Phone 885-9778.  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior -.  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone'886-9652, North Road.  a! HEATING  &  SUPPLIES  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9690 or 886-2442.  SAND ��� GRAVEL  CEMENT.' . ���.  BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVEWAYS, FILL. etc.  SECHELT  | OF WOMENS & CHILDRENS SUMMER SHOES  1 WOMENS WHITE FLATS  j Reg $3.95 & $5.95 ��� SALE $2.98 & $3.98  1 WOMENS WHITE FLAT & WEDGE SANDALS  1 ;���                    Reg. $5.95 ��� SALE $4.95  r-  PETER   CHRISTMAS      .  Bricklayer and  Stonemason  All kinds of brick and stonework  Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734  V    ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky Number  ������    July 22 ���12682,  Green A  Hand saws filed and set. Galleys.  Sechelt  Highway.  H. Almond. Roberts Creek, carpenter, builder, alterations, repairs, kitchen cabinets. Guaranteed work, Phone 886-9825.  WOMENS CANADIAN MADE WASHABLE %  CANVAS ��� broken lines 1  yBUIUCHNG    SUPPLIES    I   Reg. $3.45, $4.45, $4.95 ��� SALE $2.95, $3.95,, $4 j  Phone 885-960j g�� WOMENS WHITE HI HEELS |  Sizes 6-9, Widths AA & B |  Reg. $8.95 & $10.95 ��� SALE $7 & $9 1  ,.  Home and Industrial Wiring -J  A.y.        Electrical Heating %  Radios,   Appliances.   TV Service %  GIBSONS ELECTRIC J  Authorized GE Dealer %  Phone 886-9325 |  FOR GLASS  of all kinds  Phone 886-9871  PENINSULA GLASS  ^  MANY MORE AT BIG SAVINGS  Come early .while the selection is good  Don's Shoe Store  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING PLAZA  tHUHirawnnnmnmnm^^^ 10     Coast  News, Aug.   3, 1961.  $65,000 IN PRIZES  Approximately $65,000 in  prizes and money will be offered    in   livestock   shows   at  this year's Pacific National Exhibition Aug. 19 to Sept. 4.  Livestock committee chairman J. J. Grauer says heavy  entries are expected and topflight competition.  West Sechelt  M^e welcome....'.  Gibsons Family Shoe Store  which will open August 11 on  Marine Drive in Gibsons  Thriftee Dress Shop  Mr. and Mrs. Doug: Reid ,anidf  family are visiting their parents,  Mr. arid Mrs. Roly Reid. k  Mrs. Lucy Locke has left for  two weeks in Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs Pat Rerr and  Wendy have returned to Vancouver after a vacation at the Ivan  Corbet's   cottage,   West- Sechelt.  Mr.  and Mrs. Tom Killick of  . WhitefRock were guests of their.  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves \  to clean your watch      k  and jewelry;      >:  Chris9 Jewelers  MAIL ORDERS  GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION .j  Ph.l Sechelt 885-2151  sister Mrs. E. E. Redman recently.  Mrs. Nancy Read has returned  atfer a visit to Quesnel visiting  Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. Mrs.  Kelly is a daughter.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilson and  Mrs. E. Williams were recent,  visitors at the Roly Reids.  Mrs. Alec Warner and son Rob- ,  ert are staying at the -Mrs. Mabel MacFarlane home while she  is in Vancouver for a couple of;  weeks.  Mr. Michael Burden of Cambridge University, England, is  staying at Wildwood Cottage,  West Sechelt. He is assisting  with the work of St. Hilda's Anglican Church for the next two  months.  WOOD MUST BE LOW COST  To- sell pulp and paper  abroad Ca'nada must produce  pulpwood at a moderate price.  Don't forget  Fall Fair, Aug. 11 & 12  A tremendous selection of shoes  for the whole family  OPENING SPECIALS Aug. 11 & 12  l_-___C_l_��S   Sandals# Flatties,  ������- ���    High and Illusion Heels  A  M  CI1S    Dress Oxfords and Casuals  Child  rens  Runners and Oxfords  -   Summer and Autumn Footwear  Our earnest desire will be to supply and maintain  a selection of quality shoes for the Sunshine Coast  Phone  886-9833  SHOE HEADQUARTERS  Marine  Drive  WATCH OUR WINDOW DISPLAY  DR. A. E. "DAL" GRAUER  who died recently in Vancouver.  Brilliant as a youth, graduating  from U.B.C. at 19 with a Rhodes  Scholarship added, he became at  one time' Canada's youngest professor and' in the years to follow'  did considerable : exploration  work into the' economics of the  Canadian way of life. He. was  chancellor of UjB.C., andfat fhe  age of 40, president and chair-:  man of the board of B.C. Electric  CANADIANS RECORDED  In January of this year, Go-  ."������ lumibia   Records brought  tech-  Ynicalf equipment   and    a: full  ;  staff  from  New  York to  To>  ronto's    Massey    Hall    where  -they recorded the CBC Orchestra, conducted by Walter Sus-  skind,  iri ; works by   Canadian  ^composers Jean Papineau-Cou--  ture,    Murray    Adaskin    and  Harry  Somers.   These  will ', ba  released in the fall. Two more  recordingsZ are  already  in the  advanced :planning stagO with;  Canadian      soloists'    Maureen'  .Forrester and Lois Marshall;  Police Court  A juvenile appeared before  Magistrate Andrev^, Johnston on  a charge of operating a motor  vehicle contrary to the restrictions on his drivers license. He  ,*.as proven guilty and fined $10.  Edwin Martin Joe of' Sechelt  was. fined $10 for being found intoxicated on the Sechelt Indian  Reserve.  John  W. Harrison of  Gibsons  was fined $10 for failing to stop  . his car at a stop sign.  For passing another vehicle  on the solid double line Gunnar  Haar. of Texada Island was fined $20;  ',  Earl Gordon Hart of Vancouver was fined $50 for consuming  an alcoholic beverage in a public place near "Lytton,  B.C.  Joe Marks of Sechelt was  found. guilty under -the Provincial Game Act of carrying a load'  ed rifle inyhis car- Marks was  fined an additional $10 for possession of beer off an Indian Re-  r.serve,������/;.:,-������ A.xA.yA; .yAy. Yw-fky ���'  Edward, ^Iomgren of f itoberts  Creekyfwasy fineid $15A. for being  a minor iw possession,; of beer..'  John Ernest Drew of Gibsons  was acquitted. oh a ffcharge j;of  haying care and control of]...a  motor; vehicle while; his ability  was impaired by alcohol. Albert  Mackoff of Vancouver appeared  for the crown, Angeld Branca also, .; of Vancouver appeared for  the  defenceY    Y        .AX  GIBSONS  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DTJROID ROOB#  Reroofing & Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  Use Balloorts  Japanese engineers recently  u*ed 100 gasrfilledtballbonsi each  eight feet in diameter; to suspend a mile-lbhg power 'transmission line across the swirling  waters of Naruto Straits.  Believed to be the first time  such fan unusual method has  been used, engineers said the  strong currents in the strait between two s islands . in the Seto  Inland Sea made conventional  methods impracticable.  As the boat carrying the heavy  power .line -moved across: the  rough water, the balloons were  fixed, to the cable at* intervals f of  about 65 feet. The 100 balloons  were sufficient to keep the mile-  long cable suspended above the  sea.  ���daaa  1Jr^#y0uf  M  UNDER ONE ROOF  vrith the  sw  Bank of Montreal  "MY BANK  b m  LOW-COST, LIFE-INSURED LOANS  rmm  Repair and Paint your car  on a budget plan  Bank interest to> responsible parties  ALL WORK   GUARANTEED  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  Phone  886-9901  ���GIBSONS  ^^i^^ti^ftkfm^'itHm  B&UINCi |

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