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Array ;k-  GOLDEN  CUP AWARD  COFFEE  at DANNY'S  COFFEE HOUSE & MOTEL  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  jews  SERVING THE GROWING! SUNSHINE COAST  Published  in Gibsons.  B.C.      Volume 1$, Numbfr 31, August 2. 1962.  7c per copy  A COMPLETE;-LINE'  OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine Men's  Wear  ���Ltd;-k-.. -'.'���'--  Ph. 886-2116 --.Gibsons, B.C.  Roberts Creek school burns  100 ANVA  at Gambier  meeting  More than 100 attended the  quarterly meeting . Saturday at  Gambier Island of the B.C. provincial command of the Army,  and Navy Veterans association  which included seven dominion  and provincial command officials.  Highlight of the day was the  presentation of a past president's  pin to Joe Mitchell who had been  president of the PCMR 276 on  Gambier Island for the last nine  years. This presentation was  made by Bud Gorrie. provincial  past president.  A turkey and ham buffet luncheon was prepared by. ladies or  the community in conjunction  with wives of members of the  Gambier Island unit.  First Vice-president Clare Hum-  ber thanked the command for  its visit to Gambier island and  he also expressed the appreciation of the branch for the donation of materials and time in connection with the wiring of the  hall by Joe Bushfield, of Bush-  field Electric in'Vancouver. He  also expressed thanks for the donation of equipment of; the Tarua  unit in Vancouver which on. renovating its own headquarters turn  ed its previous equipment oyer  to Gambier branch.; Bud Gorrie  of Vancouver of Gorrie and Sons  donated  a new furnace.  ���Visiting; delegates were quite  surprised at the fine views available to them from Gambier and  complimented the branch on having such a fine setting f for its  unit. For f many of the visitors it f  was their first trip into this area , __   ,  The party>lejFt#o*:hd^^ the^schodl - WhVk^P^i^^Pty^^t^^spmtf^of^e  on the Harbour ,;Piih<&sl5kk;k'k''k^re found" hidden in bushes with. * hose section showing the effects  Z4y..y44:4'y4:Z'yZ:'\x-4'4y_;'   . yfy.      .������,'������' - ��� *       of fire.     '  ' -.Ayy .AZ'.Zy l..:Z,  .... ',;;,..���..-,. Z'l;.y ������/_ '/'. 5        Heavy    black    smoke    soared  above the burning building and  attracted attention far and wide,  eavy smoke came from the  burning tar-topped roofing. Al  one point about half-way through  the blaze, a float plane circled  the blaze, then headed back towards Sechelt.  T An overnight watch was maintained at the site of the burned  building and the surrounding  bushland to, avoid, the possibility  of a further outbreak, due to the  dryness of the bush area.  Sechelt District school; board  met Monday night* and after discussing insurance problems tackled the situation which .left them  Cancer unit for  Gibsons area  Fire destroyed completely the  11 year old Roberts Creek three-  roomed school Sunday.- Damage  is estimated at approximately  $60,000. Efforts* to have a new  school built and operating as  quickly as possible are nowfunder  way.        ,    '  Tenders for construction of a  three-roomed school, possibly of  a different design will be called  and the debris of the burnt build-  . ing cleared away just as soon as  police and fire officials have concluded their checks.  The fire started somewhere before 6 p.pi. when smoke was observed yboming'from the eaves.  Within an* hour-and-a-half the  wood - constructed building was .  demolished'by the flames.  Reports have been current suggesting that the fire was set  Such reports are < under investigation by the fire marshall. RCMP  arson investigators are also on  the job'. RCMP also have article's  in 100 yards of the fear of the  school.  ' Calls for help to Gibsons and  Sechelt Volunteer Fire departments resulted in Sechelt sending its No. 1 truck and seven men  who set-up and manned a pump.  Gibsons rural'fire truck and crew  responded and fought the flames  at the school site, chiefly witn  spray nozzles'to keep flames from  spreading into the bush area to  the west and north.  Forestry department officials  rounded up work parties, and sent  them into the bush to take care  of smouldering/ embers* whicn  were falling. ,  How the  fire   started  is  not  clear nut evidence that a break-j  .in  could  have  occurred is. noO  discounted by the RCMP. Ab/out  -  two dozen fretsaws and a< hand-,  ful   of carpenters' pencils * from <<  the school basement, *tfere found '.  hidden in bushes in rear of the  school along with a fire extinguisher which it was reported wa^  ' without a school for some 65 children. Varied ideas were" explored but nothing definite resulted.  What to do with the children depends on how Soon a new building can be constructed. It is quite  Jikely that the children will be  transported to Sechelt ' until a  new school is ready. There are  pow five buses returning to Se-  phelt each morning and these can  be utilized both ways.  Residents  praised  A cancer unit for the Gibsons  'area was formulated at the hd*mo  of Mr.' and Mrs: A. E. Ritchey,  Headlands, ��� Wednesday, Juty 2a.  Attendance was 19 women and  one male. Speakers.wereH. R.  King, executive director- of the  Canadian" Cancer ^Society, 683  10th Ave., V^couyerV-Jahd-'-Mrsif'  , L. Hatt, Powell River. Mr. King  outlined two forms , of f .cancer  common to women arict stressed  early diagnosis^ and -treatment,  and went on to say that there are  at least 82 types of .cancer at the  present time.  The Canadian Cancer Society  provides for research; and cited  the research centre situated, on  the campus of U.B.C, which cost  $625,000. .f ;  The Order of Eastern Star was  highly commended by Mr. King  who said that the Canadian Cancer Society receives dressings, or  any size or quantity absolutely  free of charge and they have never let the "society down: at anytime. He estimated that if th..  society had to pay for ������'���these,  dressings it would'' cost $50,CtiO  per yestr. He quoted Doctor ;Rob  ert Noble as saying,/"We lead the  world in cancer education.''  Mr. King said that pamphlets  regarding the dangers of teenage  smoking'   will...... be     distributed  throughout the schools and a contest will be conducted and casa  prizes given. k  Mrs. Hatt explained how assistance . is given to those with r?  limited k income whereby they ;  may obtkin necessary treatments  or surgery. This information cai.  be obtained from the local unit  and remains confidential betwec ;  the unit and the enquirer. Mrs.  Hatt also stressed the necessity  of seeing a doctor at the first  sign of unusual bleeding or lumps  Anyone wishing,^ join* this- unit-  Mrs. Lenora Inglis,'. Gibsons, Mrs.  Flora. Buxton, local health nurse;  Mrs. Pearl. Tretheway, R.R. 1,  Reid Road; Mrs. Elsie Herrin,  R.R. 1, Pj*att Road; . Mrs.; Nora  Haley, R.R. 1, North Road; Mrs.  Edith Black; R;.R. 1, North Road  and Mrs. Mary Hunter, Granthams. ';-:-':".-:-,���---'        .���.---���-��� -  The Gibsons unit will meet each  month or every two months with  the exception of December. Another cancer, unit-'will be formed  in Sechelt in October.  Units are widespread in B.C.  and anything the Cancer Society  does or will do depends on these  units.  * Residents of Franklin and Cochrane 'roads were complimented  by Gibsons Village council Tuesday night for the improvements  they had made to village parte  ^nd beach property at the end of  Burns road.  ; Councillor   Pay  reported  they    caiifphone^he^ secretary at 886 A' care and ^jpropagatiori, ���the: build -  *ad-;Tepwedc>tbe-9teps aor-the^ VSj^^^^k^-^  beach, erected a fence and will       The next "meeting will be held    etie's best suited to different lo-  prepare benches on which the us-    in September; the date to be an-    calities.  ers of the area can rest. Work of    nounced later. > The judging of the'garien.ee���.  ��� f Scene of the July meeting of  the Gibsons Garden Club was the  beautiful garden at the home of  'Mr. and Mrs. George Webb. The  meeting was well attended, two  new members enrolled and several guests participated in the  happy afternoon..  Following the business meeting  and a leisurely tour of the garden, delightful refreshments were  served by the hostess. There was  a lar^e display of gladioli by  Mrs. John torlett; many of which  were., of prize quality and a huge  bunch of gorgeous lilies. The  i.e.vers, together with the sur  plus refreshments were auctioned off, auctioneers being Mr. H.  IvluIIett and Mr. A. Craven.  The June meeting was held at  the home of .Mr.  and  Mrs.   A  Mainwaring. Guest speaker, Mr.  Tarrant, from North Vancouver,...  ipekfc   ch'sKy ..' on' roses, , the^r  numerous  Fbiir hundred ninety-fo.ur  sub-       Needlework,   which   usually  jectscomiwse the entry hst for.   draws  a  good  entry   will have  *    -��� some 61. or more exhibits if all  the 1962 Sunshine Coast Fall Fair,  Friday, and Saturday, August 17  and :18. .with the official opening  at 7 p.m. on the Friday. r  There are 23 varieties^ of cut  flowers listed; 21 decoration and  cacti display and 12 flower varieties fin the junior; section. *  There, are 50 varieties of vege.  tables listed! all ��� the way from  beans, board Windsor, 12 pods,  to swedes; two; and five collections including two; group collections of vegetables. On top of this  there will: be 17 varieties of vegetable collections for juniors.  In fruit categories there will  be 20 varieties from "apples to  walnuts with. aifberry -contest, for  the juniors. .Domestic science con.  tains a list of -.64 exhibits of can:  ned prpducey jam, tjelly, butter,  honey and other items. . Home  cooking, > usually;:;one.of the big  attractions at" fairs, bazaars and  teas willyiiave fripsekto 50 examples f if 1 the entr jv listvis -filled,  which willi allow tho$6��attending  the -fair yto^ ��� drool somewhat (pve*  their; particular i likes iii, thfejlihe.  Juniors'will have;18;ways;fo place  an ehtry';iri,.the ��� junior home ^cooking section which', should keep  them busyf for several hours:  categories are filled.: This table  usually attracts Z considerable attention among the women folk.  Juniors up to 16 years old will  also have their section with a  half-dozen; ways ��� to enter.    -  Other departments coyer han-,  dicrafts, weaving and spinning,  hobbies, woodwork,' copper tooling, photography ^ the junior Gar  den Club, poultry exhibits, school  section and a number of private  exhibits not necessarily entered  in competition.  Entry blanks are obtainable at  tho Coast News office or -from  Mrs. M. LeFeuvre at phone 886-  2432.. ' ' A.  TRAGEDY!  One nipper living in Roberts  Creek area took a rather dim  view of the burning dow.nf.of ��� the'  Elementary, school at Roberts  Creek. He went home in tears.  He was to have gone to: school  in the fall and now it was burned  down and he could, not "go.  J        JhMdctys for Staff |  1    '             Coast News will  not publish  on   August 23  and ';���'���'j  |       August 30 to allow the entire staff to have a well-earned |  (.'  vacation.                                         'k        ������Ax \1  |             ... Government regulations call for a two-week holi- j  %       day period, therefore the Coast News office will be closed 1  '��>kf..'from'noon oh; August. .10 to 9-a.m. on August.30.f g  *iwttuuuwMuuiuuuwuuuiuittittuunnuuuiuw\\��  ByfPATyWELSH  Dedication of The Church Of  His Presence, Redroofs, by the  Right Rev. Godfrey Gower, Bishop of New. Westminster, on the  morning of - July. r29y-wasl an impressive ceremony/ ;-;��  Long before 11s aim. all pews  inside the church and outside on  the platform were occupied, the  overflow sitting on; available  rocks, trees and grass under the  tall trees.  -Visitors from Gibsons* Sechelt  and Pender Harbour joined the  residents of Redroofs and Halfmoon Bay in the dedication of  this new church..        ........  The scene inside was one of  beautiful simplicity,. tall, white  gladioli and pale mauve phlox  were arranged in handsome handmade vases, a handmade cloth  of white linen aicrr.ecl the altar  and hand-carved candle-holders  held white tapers. The whole  scene was enhanced by the morn,  ing sunshine that filtered through  the windows above, and around  the altar with its symbol of the  cross wrought -into the framing  woodwork." fk'ff-: :-'--f--- :/������>'������ ������  ' Mr. Syd Redman, organist of  St. Hilda's fqhurch; Sechelt, .played ad the bishop in his red and  black robeskwith -full bishop  sleeves -off white, ^carrying his  pastoral staff entered, the'church  accompanied byk Canon Greena  who wore the; red, doctor of divinity hood over his black easy  "'sock.. . .". :'Z"K''Z'.: '/��� ���.,....'[. ' ���  ; The hymn *'Holy, Holy, Holy.  Lord God Almighty" floated but  ���over the waters of the Bay ar  gulls swopped around, uttering  'their   cries.  The bishop named the edifice  The Chiirclfof His Presence) de-'  dicating it to the service of God,  where one might pray or1 meditate, the doors to be always open  and where the people could attend divine service, and ' praise  theLoird. ���': .; .'  A special hymn "All things  bright, and , beautiful'' was sung  for, thei', children, many 'pf wnom  attend.'services at the church re;  gularly. Bishop. Gower gave the  sermon, and Canon .Greene the  lessons; Canon Greene, read from  a Bible sent, from Bournemouth,'  England, -by; Canon T. Laycock  who is over 80; years of age, who  formerly lived in Victoria, B.C.  This little church is a rare  gem of architecture,. it was designed by Ron;Thom of Thompson, Berwick and Pratt,, Vancouver. Dick Mann of the same firm  collaborated with Canon  Greene  (Continued on Page 5)  this type had been done for many  years by the same individuals,  he said.  A letter from Hon! Leon Balcer, minister of transport in Ottawa said that consideration was  being given to obtaining a new  wharfinger for Gibsons government wharf.  Councillor Hodgson hoped the  same situation as occurred with  the last wharfinger would not occur again; He did not see why  other wharves in the area should  be free while rates are imposed  on landings at the Gibsons wharf.  Council was informed by the  federal ���department. of public  works that owing to ihe nature  of the soil at the new post office  a proposed brick waii: veneer for  the-building will be replaced by  wood. The. letter stated the soil  will not stand the nine-and-a-half  ton weight which would result if  brick were used,   f   .        .  Council decided the "pushing  arpund" it has received in its effort to have pedestrian crossings  marked in the post office area  has gone far enough. A letter  will be sent the districl roads  superintendent pointing :6ut that  action is neededk Council also  wants a double line painted on  the Marina Drive area from Chekwelp Reserve to Winn Road.  Council has tried for almost two  years to get the crossings mark:  ed.'-'."' '..."��� ���    "'���  A method of disposing of old  cars under a. village arrangement which will cost $12 is now  in effect and information concerning it'can be obtained from  the village clerk. '':."  Council will seek information  on the control pf dogs on beaches. Complaints have reached  council regarding troubles with  dogs in baach areas and it is try.  ingkto reach some method of  protection for beach users.  Officers of this unit are: Honorary   president,  Mrs.   Lk-Hai'k  Powell River; president, Mrs. F.  M. Kirkham, R.R. 1, Reid Road;  vice-president, Mrs. E. Begg, R  R.   1,   Henry   Road;    secretary.  Mrs. Jean Duncan, Box 162, Gib  sons. k ���'!'���' ;  Board of Directors:  Mrs. Bef-  nice Chamberlin, R.R. 1, Gibsoni  ..pc lit!or. was finalized, prizes going to Mrs. Normal at  Soames-  Point, Mr. Bengough at Roberts  ; Creek, Mr. Mullett at Gibsons and.  Mrs. J. Stewart, also of Gibsons-  There  will be  no' meeting   in:  August, but the September meeting will.'be at the.home of Mr.  ���.. -  --.-:-   .a.  Craven at Soames  Toint.  CAR WASH SATURDAY..  A. Job's ^Daughters .car wash  will be held oh Saturday, Aug. I  at the Shell Service ' station :  Sechelt. The Jobies will be washing cr.rs from 10 cm. to 4 n.^.  They guarantee an excellent job  for the small price of $1.  LEGION PICNIC  Roval Canadian Legion-bran.*h  ;0S, Gibsons will held its annual  pirnic at Seaside Park. Port  Mellon on Sunday, Aug.. 5.. This  event will start pi noon witn  plenty of sports and fun. There  . w:?l b<? nufnerous r"ents for ch'1-  dren. More cars are needed for  transportation.  Christmas in July!  Christmas in July was celebrated at Sechelt. Friends and neighbors joined the campers at the Gamma-Phi Beta Camp Wednesday  evening. The girls performed for their guests then Santa Claus arrived with gifts for all. Refreshments were furnished by the Women's  Guild from Sechelt through the courtesy of Mrs. Bill Smith.  Thic Open House is an annual event at the children's camp, which  is owned and operated by the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. Three two  week sessions are held for 32 girls from the Vancouver area. Counsellors are college students who volunteer their services for part of  the seasn. The present staff spans the United States from California  to New Jersey.  Top picture.shows campers in a nightly event, washing-up before  bedtime. All campers in the picture are grade school students from  Vancouver area.  The lower picture shows* camp counsellors and from left to right  top row are: Claudette Messer, Paola, Kansas; Carol Trautwein.  Akron; Ohio, director; Judy Conklin, Spokane, Washington, waterfront director; Nancy Caravic, Dallas, Texas. Suzanne Herrman, Lay-  fayette; New Jersey; bottom row, Sidney Wilson, San Diego, California; Carol Strang, Reno, Nevada; and Rachel Jensen, Milwaukee,  Wisconsin. ' ��� - .  The camp operates for six weeks during summer months and is  operated as an international philanthropic project for the Gamma Phi  Beta Scrori'.;,-.���Fhotos by Dennis Gray. 2        Coast News,  Aug.  2,. 1962.
tnasigi ttAfluc
The light to critioize outlined 5si Saw
Saskatchewan's medicare prob- \ Since   1938, the .criminal *£p;le
lem, .which"'created considerable iia'sP been'revised,'But  t\%  seD-
furore  with jts  pros.and   cons, tions dealing' with secLiio-i'-are $£\
resulted in a;.Regma- newspaper, ess^nceklunchang'ed  j Subsectioi
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Published every Thursday by. Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,
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jment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.
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Lights we welcome!
This weekend saw the heaviest traffic yet hit the Sunshine Coa^t
srea. Ferry figures are-not available but the number of people and
fears handled reached record heights. ^ 1
Saturday night if one looked out towards Keats Island from the
:gap as far as they could see towards the mountains and also jour-
. neyed by boat up arid down the coastline from beyond Roberts Creek
to past Langdale brie would have seen enough homes lit up to make
fine picture look 'like a small but extended city. -,'■'■"...'''.
■ ".'-•  Perhaps we should thank the weather man who so^easily inform-
.ed us we would have: another 30 day period of wet and below normal
•temperatures. After that prognostication someone lowered the boom
and a high pressure weather system moved in laughing out loud at
the weatherman. .*
Business apparently has picked up since the weather improved
.-and the ferry system sifted back to ferry normalcy, if that is the
tSMarect expression to use. So businessmen take heart, all is not lost.
'.Some summer business will be available. People must eat and they
^cannot bring all their supplies from Vancouver. The "summer visi-
f'^toi^'liave'' al^'"been^makirig other purchases than food so cash regisr
Jters have b^en more' a&iveHhis iast^terifday& ;>t>^
£>ne lesson can be learned from what has happened and that is
«ahe should listen to what the weatherman has to say and then forget
..aU.about it. Nobody can do anything about the weather. It comes and
at goes, with orwithout the aid of any man-made outer space explosions or mental calculations based on weather patterns.
A. monetary discover^
Maybe our monetary theorists inf the Social Credit party; are
missing a good bet and instead of worrying about the amount of mon-
jey available or not available they should worry about something else.
y; "Tins something else was discovered; by; a gentlemari of dark des-
rcent below the Mason-Dixon line! ^He!>-went to various banks to see
■what could be done about afloari;;'Tfhe;ambiint was ;riot large but at
each bank he found but the same' thing. 'He needed -;some collateral
fiefore the bank managers would talk about a loan; •
'/'Mulling the matter overin ^tfis mind later he came-to the cOncb>
/soon there was not enough:. "'collateral toygo around f amongst all who
swugtit loans. Therefore, he decided, what;was wrong^With the money
system was there was riot enough collateral.      • '   ;   f. '
Social Creditors can have the idea for what it is worth!
By Les Peterson
2 hear a soft voice whisper, and' I kriaw.it calls to me,  .
JBut faint it murmurs through the miles between.
II see a pale star tremble, where it silversjori the sea, .
33ut bridgeless are the leagues that intervene.
II feel the waves of darkness riise arid overflow the day,
.And sense the tints that touch the eastern sky.
J live the willow's whisper as it lures the breeze astray,
-And yet it's voice is not for such as I.
I scent the musk of flowers that each new day brings to view,
'. And answer to the twitt'ring; .of a bird. .-■    '
M list the lonely waterfall that dies and sings anew,
fYet in my heart I know I have not heard.
H dream the dreams of emperors, and I live their; conquests o'er
.And in my grasp I hold the stars and moon.
H pause to gather garlands that a world leaves at my door,
/And yet I know that I shall wake too soon.
fessimism not justified
Many economic indicators still
;point upwards and some "further
•expansion of business activity in
Iboth Canada and the U.S. can
still be expected, according to
*he Bank of Montreal's July
Business Review.
The review says the current
trends in business activity are
conflicting. Taken together, how-
•cver, they do not by any nieans
provide conclusive evidence that
a mood of pessimism about the
immediate outlook is justified,
especially when a high level of
consumer spending is continuing
to;-sustain the current expansion
in Canada, the bank adds.
The B of M recalls that during
the past two years the North
American economy has moved
through a mild recession into a
period of expansion which is continuing at the present time.
"However, "it continues, "recent developments, particularly
the break in security prices on
world stock markets, have raised questions as to the immediate
outlook and, in both Canada arid
the United States, businessmen
are now very sensitive to any
signs that suggest a levelling out
in business activity."
the .Leader-Post, in delving a into
the legal aspects of criticisfh of
responsible government.-'-It, pro;
duced an editorial/ carried" fellow fully, not as a defence ^of *§r
. attack on the doctors' actions, but
as a clarification of the right to
Here is the editorial:     .   \    *■»
In his address this week to,"the
CCF-NDP convention, Mr. Douglas declared that in its, criticism
ot the government's medical care
legislation' "'this newspaper "".at
tim6s came close to inciting civ!-
il insurrection.  - ;n >
It is evident from this irresponsible and unsubstantiated accusation that Mr. Douglas subscribes to the spurious-tlieory that*
under the democratic rule of the
law legislation should be accepted without' protest^ and criticism
once it has been passed.
' The rule of the, law requires
nothing of the sort.
Freely, expressed opinions to the
effect the government erred in
obtaining passage of the Saskatchewan Medical Care Insurance
Act in its present form do not
break any laws. In fact, the doctors are not breaking this law, or
any other law, by refusing to
practice under the medical care
The contention the mere passage of an enactment requires its
slavish acceptance by the people, is a form of arrogance completely foreign to our democratic system of government.        ,
It is an attempt to muzzle free
dom of speech and freedom of the
press, a complete negation of the
government's own Bill of Rights.
It is an attempt by desperate
men to force the press and people into a position completely subservient to "big brother" gov
• eminent—a conception of authority wielded by a government
which cannot be. othersthan repugnant tor .reasonable? arid enlightened citizens of Saskatchewan. •' k ...ZZ
Mr. Douglas and his'associates
in the CCF-NDP are; attempting
to turn the clock back several
centuries to the days in England
when criticism of. any government policy was a crime involv
ing severe penalties and; punishable as such.
The situation as it exists today
was pointed; out by Mr. Justice
Cannon of the Supreme Court of .
Canada irihis,opinion*on,the con-
stitutiOnaUty of the Alberta Press
Bill which was referred to the
court for its ruling in 1938..
In his judgement which declar- -
ed the measure providing for provincial controls over the press to
be unconstitutional,  Mr. Justice
Cannon declared: \
"Since .the passing of Fox's Libel Act in 1792, the considerations how found.in the above at-y
tide of our criminal code .(Section 133a) that -it is riot criminal
to point out errors in the government of the" country arid to urge
their removal by lawful means
have been admitted as a valid
defence in a trial for libel."
Mr. Douglas in effect has accused this  newspaper of coming
close  to  the  utterance of  seditious words in expressing a sediy
tious intention. ;    "■•■ k   '•'     )'
to editor
y Editor kThisf is fwritten for two
reasonsf f firstkas a recent patient in Sty Mary?s Hospital ex- <
pressirig :-appreciation -for the
kindnesses of the nurses, the e^-
tra attention^, dyer and above
the call,of duty frorii the doctors,
the kitchen staff, in fact, everybody connected with the operation of this fine institution; and
secondlys ?as; a ,plea that St.
Mary's be given a new look by: -
everyone • on - the Peninsula,   i
We fneed;, a . completely new
look at ;St. Mary's, free of the
bitterness ; of the past .year or
so. .We need to look first to; tfie
new hospital at' Sechelt, and let
no'one stand in the way of this
vital rieedMpr the Peninsula/' IX
Next, wef need, a new uhd|r-
standing-of the need for continuing service of .our second lineZot
defense against"sickness and 4c- y
ciderit, th^ service, even in a Restricted mariner,  of St. Mary's
HOSpital.-k:;     '■:■*." ..A ;jf-V-
And: most important of all. we
need a new look at a government
official who, dares to insult our
collective* intelligence" by thp
statement" that.^he government
cannot support, the two hospitals
in this area.
four, oft-seetton jB& oJ ;tha ofewsed
cede states*'that'everyone is'pre
suzaed to* have a seditious inten-
t.on who   (a)   teaches or   advo
cates -or »(b)'' publishes or circu
lates any writing-_that advocates
the use, without theauthcaty 0:
law, of. force, as a iaeans, oi accomplishing ' a:\g ove-rn mental
change-within Canada.   •'
The next section, little changed
from section 13.3a of the old code,
reads as follows:     '
Notwithstanding subsection four
of section 60, no person shall be
deemed to have a sedit ous intention hy reason only that he
intends; in good faith,
(a) to show that Her Majesty
has been-''misled or mistaken in
her measures,
(b) to' point 'out errors or defects
(i) the government or constitution of Canada or a province,
(ii) the Parliament of Canada,
or the legislature of a province,
or *
(iii) the administration of justice' in Canada,
(c) to prbcure, by lawful means,
the ^alteration of any. ■ matter of
government in Canada, or
(d) to point out, for/the purpose
of-removal, matters that produce
or-tend to produce feelings of
hostility and ill-will between different classes of persons in Canada.
These are safeguards embedded in the 'criminal code of the
right of individuals and of newspapers to criticize government,
and to bring pressure on government or utilize other lawful
means in an endeavor to induce
it to change its policies and legislation. »-
These are safeguards ignored
by Mr. Douglas and others who
are trying to create the false impression that those who are opposing the medical care legislation—including this newspaper—
are contravening the rule of the
Mr. Douglas hasn't a 'shred of
justification for his accusation
against this newspaper.
If he believes he has, it _would
be a simple matter' to arrange
through Attorney General Walker for a test in the courts.
* This newspaper would welcome
the opportunity to defend in the
Cfhurch   Chuckles  by CARTWRIGHT
I hope you're satisfied—he wants to TITHE 1"
Old-fashioned courtesy!
The ..'Canadian Home>r and
School and Parent-Teacher federation' annual: meeting at the
University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon; elected 'C.; M. Bedford of Saskatoon, president. and
C. E. Edwards of Bridgetown^
Nova. Scotia, eastern vice-presi-
.dent. k.:.::.   ;y.-'.      :4-.:.  <■■
The retiring president in" his'
annual address called for better
internal communications,: more
high School associations, teaching of courtesy- by1 adiilt example,
eloise study of school financing
to ensure that adequate planning
precedes -spending; :and a crusade of morality ;to protect youth
against the more blatant types
of offensive literature arid iilms.
In addition to discussing the
need: for better internal communications and. for more as
sociations in high schools, he called for better qualified parents,
the", inculcation of more courtesy
in children through parent example, a closer study of the "effective use of money for educational purposes, and drives to
eliminate slums and for higher
moral standards in Canada.
Mr. Waikirigton pointed out
that while good Work had been
done, invthe^fieldfpf parent edu-.
cation,; there is-j is rieed for more
study Xby-f parents Apt. the, problems, of new educational methods because'in some; cases ignorance leads to. oppositidh.
' He expressed : concern about
the widespread use of federal
■money to: build technical and
vocational schools without any
coordinated plan. Undoubtedly
there is a shortage of these facilities but there is a lack of co-
ordinatiori. in location, and of
trained teachers arid little knowledge'of the courses needed in
most districts. Members should
welcome the availability of more
funds.but insist ori forward planning. . •    '.--;• ■k.--  .:;y
On the subject of courtesy he
said "One way in Which we can
make a better Canada is a large
dosfe of *, old fashioned: courtesy,
of true: consideration ;fPr'others.''
He^ppirited out that discourtesy
and selfishness" caused automobile accidents, business strife,
broken homes and "international
discord. Hefadded • "Possibly, it
and those of newcomers to Canada were set in motion.
While the importance of working against the spread of nuclear
weapons -was recognized, it was
decided,; afjer a poll of provincial opinion, that - the scope of
the organization's work did not
cover this question. It was recommended that'members as individuals accept the responsibility, of. makirig their views known
tof'theirfrnembegs of parliament.
Resolutions were passed re-
corrinieridirig study of the adoption of the metric system by Canada; ■• that Family Allowance
payments continue, * at the request of parents,' for yoririg people between jSixteeri and eighteen
who are still in school;. objecting to thje increasing- debasement
of films; asking provinces arid
the federal government to intensify library services and the
education of librarians; that further study be made into the possibility of adopting a uniform
curriculum for defence schools
in Canada. A resolution calling
for   changes   in   Remembrance.
.Day',celebrations in schools was
f Reports were received on such
subjects as- the education of In-
diari  children, the  formation of
~a youth safety committee under
the National Safety League, the
results of the Library, project fo
encourage more and.better libraries for children, the Canadian Conference on Education,
and many other subjects:
A ystep- was; taken,.to bring
closer affiliation of associations.
in the Yukon .with the Canadian
Federation and there was discussion of the growth of French
language associations both ; in
and outside of the national body.
According to a survey made
by .the U.S. Office of Naval Research; the terrestrial ;ice cap
at the North Pole is four miles
thhik in some spbtsf      XZ'/y :■:'■
This   sounds   strange from a ' sounds top Simple;, but I .should
government that can pour mil
lions upon millions in to highways and . bridges, yet says .; it
cannot find the tiny sum necessary for St. Mary's, the little
hospital doing such a big job!
Garden Bay, B.C..
like :to see it tried^out seriously.'
Duririg.thte' meetirig, the idea
of ari International Horrie and
School and Parent-Teacher conference in 1967 was '(approved
and 'planning ■''will •cornrrience immediately.■?■■ Several Pthter' plans
to help children in other nations
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torn ^'<v
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Peninsula Motors.
Ph, 885-2111/PAYIIME
Ph. 885-2155 NIGHTS
■ -<■',. .  .•■■■■"■p:.y.    J;. ■■-■X-.i.r,    ;>.,U.
courts its right to point out to
>the government-the- error of its
ways and its right to endeavor
to induce the government to pursue^', more'temperate course in
the inauguration of a prpvince"-
wide medical care plan. ] ^
-At this juncture when attempts
are being made to muzzle the
freedom j>f the press by thinly
veiled insinuations, it will be of
interest that Mr.', Justice Cannon
in his findings laid down the
principle that a province's'jurisdiction over property and civil
rights does not give it the right
to restrict through legislation the
freedom ofthe press.
In his judgment, he said:
"The federal parliament'is the
sole authority to curtail, if deem-,
ed expedient and in the public
interest, the freedom of-the press
in discussing public' affairs and
the equal rights * iri that- respect
of all citizens throughout'the Dominion."
This establishes beyond doubt
that while the CCF-NDP government undoubtedly possesses the
power to encroach "on many of
our liberties, it lacks authority
to destroy by law an individual's
or a newspaper's right to criticize the' government and to em
ploy any lawful means to try to
induce it to alter its policies.   »
in 11! unit mi
-    "'CENTRE*5   ' '"
10 to 12 a.m. — 2 to 6 p.m.
Evening appointments
Maxine Drive, near
Gibsons Municipal Hall
In Land Recording District of
Vancouver and -: situate on the
west -shore of Howe Sound, at
Twin Creeks; - south -from . Port
Take notice that I, Einar Bergen, of Twin Creeks, a Gibsons,
B.C., occupation Logger and
sawmills, intend to apply for, a
lease of the following "described
Commencing at a pest planted
40 ft. East of the N.E. corner,
Block 2, D.L. 1439; thence 440
ft. East; thence 150 ft. South;
thence 440, ft. ^West;,-thence, 100
ft. N.E. along shoreline; thence
112 ft. N.W. along shoreline to
P.O.C. and containing 1.5 acres,
more or, less, foi the purpose
of booming logs/ storing logs and
sawmill.   *- -
Dated June 4, 1962.   ;    .
In Land Recoi ding District of
Vancouver, B.C. and "east ofJ Sechelt Inlet. ■-,
TAKE NOTICE that Ronald
David "Whyte of Sechelt, B.C.,
occupation logger, intends'to apply for permission/.to -purchase
the following; described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted
10 chains south^from S,W. corner
of • lot ,6715; vthence north 5
chains;: east-7 23 chains; thence
southwestf 7 chains parallel- to
road; thence ..20. chains west
more or less to, point of commencement and, -. containing 11
acres, more: or,.less^ f■:■■; f
jThe purpose. ;for which- the land
is required is horhesite. . .
•   Dated 24th, JunteY 1962- ' -"'
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id ALL-STAR GAME  KVOS - TV Channel 12 will  carry the annual College All-Star  game Fridav, August 3, from  Soldier Field in Chicago. The  "game between the All-Stars and  the National Football League  champion Green Bay Packers  will start at 7 p.m. Vancouver  time.  MICKEY COE  Member  Professional Salesmen's  .   Club  FORD  , Falcon  ,  Fairlane  Galaxie  *Trucks*  Thunderbird  Brawn Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bus. Telephone Res.  AM 6-7111    BR 7-6497  LOGGERS AT PNE  Because of its huge success in  1960, the free Timber Show is  being staged again in The Bowl  at the PNE, Aug. 18 to Sept 3.  Top loggers will be' brought together to compete in log burling,  sa\ving, tree climbing and other  loggers' sports.r- -y- �� *-���-?.������  TEST FOR ADULTS  A spelling bee for adults will  be held at the Canadian National  Exhibition in f Toronto, Thurs.,  Aug. 30. This bee has been" arranged by the women's division  of the exhibition to see how good  adults are at spelling.        _ ���  COMMERCIAL   & DOMESTIC  REFRIGERATION  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  John Hind-Smith  Phone 886-9949  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY  & OIL STOVES  ���k'fCLEANED'  lyllA,!  x.     Phorie 886-2422"'    k,  OPTOMETRIST  f ROY SCOTT *  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  SCOWS     ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425  I^RGjL^S  of all.; kinds-if k f  Ph. 886-9871 or 886-9837  Peninsula Glass  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��� ���.,/.������. 4^/xrx^ /  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance'Store  Office Phone 886r2346  House Phone 886-2100  TELEVISION  sales and Service  Dependable Service  Richter's Radio - TV  Fine Home'Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record Bar  Phone 885-9777  electrical contractors  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  sechelt  ,-,, Phone 885-2062  STOCKWELL & SONS  -kf-LTD.    '.  Box 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488 for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe   and  front  end loader worisk Clean cement  gravel fill f and road gravel.  BACKHOE  arid  LOADER  AIR'COMPRESSOR,  an& ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS '���'���:"���-'  Contract or hourly rates '���(  :yyZ4.: Also k    "f- '.���  .   SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.  KARATEEW, kPh. 886-9826  D. J. ROY; P. Eng. B.C.L.S.  LAND SURVEYING'  SURVEYS  P.O. Box 37,  Gibsons -  1334 West Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5 Ph. MU 4-3611  Wie usei  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRISV JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph/Sechelt 885-2151  AHome arid Inauis^^r^Wiring:-  ;u Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances, TV Service  Hoover Vacuum  Cleaners .  I    GIBSONS ELECTRIC :yx  Authorized GE Dealer  - v . akPhbrie 886-9325- 4:'1  :A.fcSitcHEY  - ; y -jTRACi^^ppK'f k  Clearing,   Grading, 'Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teetih  FOR RENTAL  . Arches, Jacks, Pumps  Air Compressor^ BlockDrill  Concrete Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  |   NEWMAN PLUMBING  & HEATING  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  Phone 886-9678  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also Oil Installation  '   Free estimates  Furniture  . . - .     Phone  885-9713  * NORM BURTON  Your Odd Job Man  Carpentry Work, 'House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid, etc.  Res., Pratt, Rd.,  Gibsons.  Phone 886-2048  FLOOR TILE  PLASTIC WALL TILE  Quality paint by Bapco  Plywood cuttingis in Stock  SECHELT BLDG. SUPPLIES -  Phone 885-9600  WATER   SURVEY SERVICES  L. C. EMERSON  R.R. 1, Sechelt  885-9510  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  A_ Peninsula  Phone 886?2200  ��� ������I���: ��� ���' - - ���  ���   ��� -  TINGLEY'S  HI-HEAT  SALES AND SERVICE  ALL TYPES  HEATING  AND SERVICING,  PHONE 885-9636  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  REFRIGERATION  SALES  AND SERVICE  A. J. DUFF ZRAL  Phone 885-4468  See us for all your knitting requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARiY; PUBLIC  AGENT  FIRE. AUTO & GENERAL  INSURANCE  Phone 886-219r  H. B. Gordon &  Kennett  Limited  Gibsons Box 19  "A Sign of Service"  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalised Service7'  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886-9543  COLES IRON WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  RAILINGS & POSTS  Fire screens & Accessories  Custom Furniture, Patios  Fibreglass awnings  Open evenings and weekends  Phone 886-9842  J. H. G. Jim DRUMMOND |  INSURANCE AGENCY  For complete coverage  General and Life  Phone 886-7751  HILL'S  MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886:772l Res-.886-"56  BILL SHERJDAN  TV - APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES   AND  SERVICE  Phone 885-9534  Coast  News, Aug. J2, 1962.  SEPTIC TANK  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired.  Drainage  Fields Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  FEATURE   ATTRACTION    of  the Empire Stadium Grandstand,  k,Aug; 20fio Sept. 3 is the famed  f/RCMP Musical Ride. Here the  32 riders execute the Ianee-dipt  ping movement called "The  Dome." The ��� G ra ndstand Show  includes a Junior Tattoo, a cannon act, pole-climbing by world  Champion Danny Sailor, two top  Hollywood emcee comedians and  a spectacular fireworks finale in  picture set pieces and exploding  ��� aerials.    :'. ��  Sechelt News  BY MRS. A.A. FRENCH   '  Mrs. Tom Lamb entertained at  a dessert parly in honor of Mrs  Charles Duncan of West Vancouver. Mrs. Duncan who traveled by bus, was much impressed  ". by the beautiful scenery and the  progress made in the area. She  was a Sechelt.visitor many years  ago as the guest oi Mr. and Mrs:  .A. A. Shaw, summer visitors iri  Mr. Whitaker's lime and als6  the Union Estates. *���  Mary Lamb has been "ente^S  teining a friend from Vancouver  Miss Ellen liurleyl  Visiting Mrs. Margaret Gibson  is her brother Matt Whiteford of  Kamloops also her nephew Ror  bert Whiteford of Montreal with  hk. wife and daughter, Valerie.  y yTakihg fservicesf at" Str? Hilda's  whilst the Rev/ penis Harris is  on   vacation    is    Rev.    Dennis  fElsted  of Vancouver.  Rev. Mr;  ; EJsted is chaplain at the General  Z Hospital..^v^y-^  .' X^Axi'^'-  < f-k->  f Mrs! E- E. Redman arid Mrs.k  M. MacFarlane visited Vancou-y  ver.":":  ::y:,'4   ������'x.  tf  ��� \ ��� ~-.";   --   ������  k; Mrs. Mabel Waters of Vancou^  vei is visiting her son. Syd and,  his' wife and family.  Twenty-six member s~ of  Branch 140 Roval Canadian Legion and auxiliary attended a  zone ineeting ;a't Powell River  and were accorded a warm we!-,  come by President T. Hobbs and  the Powell River Branch. Ron  Paig, zone commander of Gibs  sons gave a concise report on;  the recent convention held in;  Halifax. The L.A. of Powell Ri-V  wr r-ot'5 deH an excellent lu nchi;.  eon and also served afternoon  tea. The party returned home oy  bus at 6 pm,  PNE has huge staff  For 14 hectic days Exhibition  Park's ISO-acres will be a bustling city within a city geared to  cater to the whims, demands,  needs and crises of a daily  throng up to 100,000 strong.  When its ll^entrances open on  the 52nd Exhibition, August 18 -  September 3, a corps of almost'  4,000 officials and employees will  be at hand to take care of problems ranging from coin conversation to rebellious tummies.  Four St. John Ambulance  posts will be spotted through the  1 ark. A hospital with doctors  and nurses in 24-hcur attendance  will take on-the-spot care of major casualties. For animals  there's a second hospital in the  Livestock Building/  ��� A., self-contained police department headed by an inspector will  operate out of Police Academy  neadquarters in the Administration Building and upstairs a  branch of the Bank of Montreal  Roberts Creek  (By Mrs. M. NEWMAN)  Squadron Leader Pat Townley,  CO of Comox Station RCAF, with  Mrs. Townley and young Phillip,  are -vacatijhing with Mrs. D.  TOwriley at her beach home.  Miss Wilma Deane, former  student at Elphinstone High  School, has teen accepted into  . St^JPaulX���Hospital ...School ot-  N^ufsirig arid will enter that Institution in September.  Mrs.    G.    Nowell    with    her  . daughters Judy and Nancy  acn  spending a vacation here having  rented the Monks' cottage.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Palmer and  family of three of Vancouver  have been weekend guests of the  M. W.  MacKenzies.'       *  Summer visitors this week are  Mr. and Mrs. R. K, Smith of  Seattle and their guests the  Dayne Redman family of Montreal who have been- to the World  Fair; Jesse and Mary Rennie  from Burnaby;' the Misses Debbie and Nancy Newton, Portland: and Mr. and Mrs. I. M.  Borden, Jeanie and Dick Borden  and Chuck Winton of Vancouver.  will handle any and all financial  transactions^  To ensure top quality food in  every concession on the grounds  a commissary staffed by seasoned help will dispense meat and  vegetables on a day-by-day  basis. No concessionaire is permitted to sell yesterday's hamburger today.       .':.'.;������  Dispensing the produce is no  tmall problem. Lest year's patrons devoured 95 miles of hot-  dog weiners, a 1 distance from  Vancouver to Hope. Everyone  wis channeled through the commissary.  Children with lost parents are  ifken into custody and comforted by members of the Sorop-  tomist Club of Vancouver who  average a (daily roll-call of 35 to  40. The same organization will  look after cumbersome parcels  and property for patrons wishing  to wander the fair in unhampered freedom.     :  Vancouver's firefighters standby, at Hall 14, one block from  1 he park, with ladders at the  alert.  information and ticket booths  are located strategically throughout the grounds and the voice of  the PNE P.A. reaches into every  nook arid corner with blow-bv-  blow information on the continuing conduct of the continent's  fifth greatest annual agricultural  and industrial exhibition.  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-9525  TUES. to SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring  ������  A. Simpkins  BRICKLAYER  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2132  SWIMMING  POOLS  cost  about $1  per sq."  ft.  ji...j ^.iwjemi it'^x tio\o \.I0,'3iq  . :oo>j;i��.v.loA -'jntrntiTtv--.? ci'iiyd  .  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DUROID ROOFS  Reroofing&kRepairs  FREE ESTIMATES  BO& N^G^ES*  Phone 886-9656  DIGGING  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT NYGREN   -   Ph. 886-2350  SECHELT THEATRE  ������?;;~..Z,.-Monday to Thursday shows start at 8 p.m.  *���"'*���-*'���'.'.   -Friday^and Saturday. 2 shows starting at 7 p.m.  Thursday & Friday August 2 & 3  SHIRLEY MACLAINE LAURENCE HARVEY  TWO LOVES  (Technicolor) (ADULT)  y  Sat., Mon., Tues. August 4, 6 & 7  DANNY KAYE :  v,     DANA WYNTER  ON THE DOUBLE  (Technicolor)  Wednesday & Thursday August 8 & 9  DOCUMENTARY OF HITLER'S RISE  MEIN KAMPF  (ADULT)  MONDAY NIGHT.'��� JACK POT  THURSDAY NIGHT ��� WHEEL OF FORTUNE  WU&t'  J  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING ���  PLUMBING  Complete installation  Quick  efficient service  >&UX* WW ftCCXWL \JJBAUJ**  894���BABY'S OWN SAMPLER STORY ��� a truly personal gift to  delight proud parents. Frame it 'as a nursery decoration. Transfer  12 x 16 irtches; directions. ''  652���F&OM MATS TO SCARVES ��� the length of this rose scarf is  up to you. Ideal for single to triple dressers, for table, buffet. Charts;  crochet directions.  669���FOUR BEDROOM ENSEMBLES ��� everything from curtains to  spreads to dressing-table skirts, ineluded in these instructions. Redecorate the thrifty way.  THIRTY-FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each  pattern to Laura Wheeler, care of Coast News, Needlecraft Dept.,  60 Front St. West Toronto, Ont. Ontario residents add lc sales tax.  Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME and ADDRESS.  THE FIRST TIME! 200 designs, in our 1962 Needlecraft Catalog  ���biggest ever! Pages, pages, pages ��� fashions, accessories to knit,  August  SfcV*S\Skl"l A+  iiTAn����n  amhrniHor       niiilt       Qao     'htmhn.ignite       r��lnthc  Home Furnishing  10% OFF all merchandise  J. J. Rogers & Co. Ltd.  SUNNYCREST PLAZA ��� Ph. S86-9333 Building Contractor  CLIFF GAMBLE  Sentinel Enterprises Ltd.  Georgia View, Gibsons  This week's RECIPE  Simmer gently... .don't burn  FOOTWEAR  See our lines of best quality  boots and shoes for men-  sports, work and dress shoes  OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY  Marine   Men's  Wear  LTD.  BUILDERS  of high speed planing hulls ���  fish or work boats and pleasure craft up to 45 ft.  Repairs to fibreglass or  wooden boats  Fibreglass paint & materials  & marine equipment  FAIRMJLE  BOAT WORKS LTD.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 886-7738  IM SAVER! HIDES  SKIN BLEMISHES  NOTHING ELSE WILL  Look Years Younger  Without Lines. Spots, Flaws  ;To bide complexion defects so completely even your husband can't telL  get HIDE-IT in your shade, at any  cosmetic counter. Skin stays lovely  even in swimming. Actually conceals  blue veins'on legs, too. ~"  Hide It  JlW oz. Jar $1.98  Lang'8 Drug Stores  Gibsons & Sechelt  SMALL FRY SPECIALTY  It, is easy enough to find suggestions for adult meals, but  mothers who cook for small, children often find it hard to find  new dishes which will be both  appealing and nutritious. For  them we have a suggestion from  the home economists of Canada's Department  of Fisheries.  Fish is an excellent food for  children. It is one of the best  sources of protein for growth,  is easy to chew, easy to digest,  and pleasing to young folk because of its delicate flavor. A  fish dish which they will enjoy  is Fish Wiggle. Though the name  may cause them to giggle, just  watch them clean up their  plates!  Fish Wiggle is an old English  dish consisting of equal amounts  of cooked or canned fish. and  peas in a creamy sauce which  is served on toast. Crisp celery  and carrot sticks which the children cahveat out- of hand are  good accompaniments.  Fish Wiggle  1 can (7?4 ounces) salmon OR  1 cup other canned fish  4 tablespoons butter  4 tablespoons flour  Yz teaspoon salt .  .   2 cups milk  1 tablespoon lemon juice  1 cup cooked or canned peas,  drained  loast slices on toast cups  Drain and flake fish. If using  canned salmon,- save the liquid  and add enough milk to it to  make the required 2 cups of  liquid. Melt butter and blend in  flour and salt. Add milk gradually. Cook and stir until smooth  and thickened. Add leman juice,  fish and peas. Cook gently until  mixture is thoroughly heated.  Serve on buttered toast slices,  cut in points, or in toast Clips.  Makes 4 to 6 servings. ,  Menu Memos  An easily prepared and good  main course to serve when  lunching tete-a-tete with a tot is  fish sticks, peas, and instant  mashed- potatoes.  *F *r *t*.  Fishing for a supper dish that  will appeal to   children?   Press  open    hot    baked potatoes and  spoon on creamed seafood.  *    *    *  Fillet Bull's-eyes, made as follows, score a "hit": with the  young crowd. Season some fish  fillets and cut into strips which  are    long    enough    and    wide  save  and  ONEY  ax ��� ��� ���  n 3 miwon cmmiai%  BIH  They bank by mail the  B of M way.  You can get full details  without obligation at your  nearest B of M branch. Why  not call in or write today?  Speedy U)oytb  BANK-BY-MAIL  Nothing could be simpler ....  The B of'-M's mail deposit-form ��� made of '  carbon-required"  paper  ��� eliminates  the   need  repetitive writing or messy carbons.  You make out only one deposit-slip. Presto, there's a  second copy which comes back from the Bank as your receipt... and a third copy which yoi: keep for your records.  We supply a pre-addressed envelope with our form  which you can use for your  next deposit. It comes back  to you by return mail with  your receipted deposit slip.  Ifs easy fo save when you  bank by mail at "MY BANK"  Ask for one of our Bank-  ing-by-mail folders. It can  save you time, trouble  and shoe-leather.  Bank, of Montreal  Gibsons Branch: EDWARD HENNIKER, Manager  Sechelt Branch:   DONALD McNAB, Mahager  Port Mellon (Sub-Agency): Open on  Canadian Forest Products Ltd. semi-monthly paydays  WOMOHO WITH CANADIANS IN CVOTY WALK OF LOT SINCe 1il7  enough to line greased muffin or  custard cups and allow a slight  overlap. Fill centres of cups with,  a  favorite bread  dressing.  Top  dressing in each cup with a teaspoon of ketchup. Bake in a hot  oven  (450  deg.   F.)   for   15  minutes. To serve, lift from cups.  The   fish   will retain its coiled;,  shape.       . '���'��� 44.  Salmon   butterfly   sandwiches  delight little folk. To make them,  cut   sandwiches   diagonally   and'  place    the   halves   so that the  points   opposite   the   cut   sides'  meet in fhe centre of the platey  A pickle becomes the body and;  carrot sticks  become antennaefi  For the filling,  combine flaked  canned salmon and some: jchpp-  ped nut meats with mayonnaise;  to moisten. .X\Z..xlA'AZ. .  *    *  .&./ZZ X.-"'. ,1'Z'y  A  good way to  cook fish for  young children is to poach it in  milk.  :;.-A. newly revised edition of the  booklet Summer Vegetables ��� is  now available to consumers.'  ���: Prepared by the Consumer  Section, Canada Department of  Agriculture, the booklet contains  useful information ori buying,  preparing and cooking, fresh  vegetables ranging from asparagus to spinach.  The booklet may be obtained  by . writing to the. Information  Division, Canada Department of  Agriculture, Ottawa,   Ont.     ,  Contrary to public opinion,  sunburn is NOT a necessary preliminary to a smooth and glorious suntan. Some commercial  preparations are good aids to  promote a good tan, but none of  i hem will withstand the efforts  of an eager weaver who gets out  on the. beach early in the morning, takes' his or her lunch along,  and leaves regretfully and roasted at dinnertime. -   ",  The Health League of Canada  points out that the way to  achieve a good tan is to simmer  gently for about fifteen minutes,  and then cover up. Next time a  longer exposure can be taken,  and by gradually increasing time  in the sun, a tan which will stay  on, and not go off in blisters  will be gained.  Sitting on the beach near the  water will give a doubly serious  burn, for the sun's rays will  strike the bather directly; and  also be reflected, from the surface of the water. This is why  you can get a burn while sitting  in the shade of a tree at the  fringe of a sunny beach.,  Coast  News, Aug. 2, 1962.  MICKEY COE  _    Member  Professional Salesmen's  .   ;   ���        Qub  Falcon v  Fairlane  Galaxiey  Trucks  Thunderbird  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bus. Telephone Res.  AM 6-7111    BR.7-��4��7  J3  "Hawt am am mae again" carrman turn.  aovamcco'Wsic Gonr. uib> nr rawMfttat  l^KV davb ftpE HBE MAUH  HOSPITAL FOR BURNS  Expenditure of up to $10 million to build and operate Shrin-  ers Institutes for Children*  Burns was approved by repre  sentatives of more than 830,000  members of the Ancient Arabic  Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine,  in Toronto recently.  FULLER BRUSH  PRODUCTS  John Kingdon-Rowe  SECHELT ��� 885-2017  This wtartteement is not published or displayed by tin  Liquor Control Board or by the Gamnunant of British Colwttt.  90% of all oil company product research in Canada  is done by Imperial  At Imperial Oil's laboratories at Sarnia, Ontario,  more than 200 scientists and technicians are  working to improve present petroleum products  ���and tb develop new ones. Their research covers  manyfields.f rom gasolines to household detergents...  '!���  Another 130 scientists and technicians-are work��� -  ing at Imperial's Calgary laboratories on ways  to find and prod uce more Canadian crude oil.  and natural gas. Imperial does more research than;'  all other oil companies in Canada combined.  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST  Practically anywhere you look today you'll find things that are made from  oil. Chemicals from petroleum are the building blocks for hundreds of things  from plastic toys to automobile tires. Imperial Oil research chemists and  technicians are working to develop more of these basic chemicals for Canada. Coast  News,  Aug.  2,  1962.        5  COMING EVENTS  Aug. S^SuM^r .*el| wiMpm  tage, 2fto 4. Homefcppkirig, pro-  ducej lahdfi^XxlA"AZy4yAA-'X;.l  Redmatt;��Sechelfe piome|cd6king;  .. Qandy,^ietck "k- /AA xllXlx 'X ;���"'������  Aug. 4, Roberts Greek Legion  Buffet Supper, 7 p.m.,;Admission  $j.y.. l.y/Xl:'yy:xMxX.A?.x.  Aug. 11, RobertsyiCi^k^vLegipn  Garden Party at Cumming's  hoine, Beach Ave, 2 p.na,, Adnus-  \sion^ckkyy: ..AlxZ ZXA^'f''  ::  .Oct. r6;kDeMolay Mother's Circle  "turkeyiDinner, 7* Jj,m., Legion  Hah? GibVorisi*'     �� ^  Thef Friendly Bingo, every Monday;-8- p.m.", Legion Hally Gibsons.  BIRTHS  KELLY ��� Born to Mr., and Mrs.  Johnf-D..-Kelly,;.West, Sechelt,- a,  daughter on July 24, 1962 at St.  Mary's Hospital,. Garden Bay.  :i ^������������          FLORISTS      -~[     '; ; *?'   '���  Wreaths .and. sprays. Lissi-Land  Floristsi Phone, 886-9345,.-Hopkins  Landing.  "  PERSONAL  New comfort for false teeth wearers ! Deritur-Eze prevents slipping, irritated^ gums. Easily -applied. Lasts Zi or weekk.yTasteless.  OdorlessklOhly $fc?5f ^t ^Lang's  Drug Stores, Gibsons "and Sechelt. '    AX    ���:'������"' 'v~   '������:.���. - '  -7T-���-���.... 'ixiy :: ���!:.:_ X'.J A:'-.���  WORK WANTED; WA A, ZX- ���."  ������'��� ��� -t.yy: -c��..��r     :-y y,y::-..-s :y.y-  Cfirl graduate,' can do typing and  bookkeeping. Ph. TU 4-5361.  Land clearing,, John Dq^re 10-10,  experieneeli&^peratqr5---^l4ndsca?-  ing and-?lbfr'clearing ��� -f custoni  ���work to your, specifications and  siatisfactionkkpurly,vqr-->contract, f  Hourly $9.50, contract, agreement  A. Phare, Phone 886-9372, R.R. 1.  Gibsons.. t4 (X :_.:..���  ���-'���'' "''"' '��� *" " ���   '���'���"���' '��� '���     " ���  HELP WANTED  Man , for. part time employment  in men's wear store. Preference.  given to veteran with experience*  in this line. Box 645, Coast News.  ANNOUNCEMENT  f- HARDWOOD FLOORS LAID  SANDING ��� FINISHING;--.  TILE FLOORS       1    :  JOHN WALTON     '���-  Roberts  Creek   P.O.  i; Phone 886-9642  WATKINS. PRODUCTS  X W. H. Kent,-^Gibsons, 886-9976.  REAySTATE  Furnished:ynousef andv cottage;  on two lots in\ secluded fparklike  setting,* ^efjbsekto , sandy, tbeachf  vGo^ttit.|vwjhaE^& excSUeht5. moor-?  agelfiideai ��� :.t^ttyifira&pk;;Fuli;  price $5500. Edsy^%ririV;    '"*:   iff  Waterfront ��� Furnished cottage  sleeps 4. Secluded and private.  VOjTrfeet sfrpntage. Sandy beach.  Magnificentk-view. Full price  $4500.^Easy terms.  IV.*  ���.x .:.,,.  GOWER POINT  Waterfront'��� Lots) 100 feet  frontage , with beach and-view.  Water available. $2500 {toy $4000  with easy terms.  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterfront -r- Summer cottage  on half acre treed lot with 75  feet -frontage on beach. Full  price $6900. Terms.  REAL ESTATE  Waterfront ��� ZYi acres beautifully, treed with 218 feet front  age, including private bay with  beach. Excellent building sites  and subdivision potential. Full  pi ice only $7500.  HALFMOON BAY  Waterfront ��� Choice 19 acres  with over 1000 feet frontage including entire bay. Only two  hours from Vancouver. Full  price $16,500. Terms.  c ����� ���  PENDER HARBOUR  Waterfront ��� 1.2 acres with 2  bedroom home. Also partially  buUt7 2y1tiedroqm basement house,  roofyoh. Cased, well with' pump  & storage tank. Ideal for handyman, Full, price $8,700. Terms.  Waterfront ��� Lots nicely treed  with perfect year-round, -sheltered moorage. Oysters and salmon  abound.:  $250   down,;  Bal.   $25  ������inonth.���.;;%���' AA// k�� l'k    1XZX144A  -Call Frank  Lewis   or Morton  Mackay at; Gibsons: office 886-990(/c  Res; 886-2644 orf     ? & ��� kf -   >  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GIBSONS  atfd    BURQUITLAM  V ',>"*       . X     Vr.C '0-  '-.'��� */'-''-s   v i' -S   \A  Watch Repairs  & JEWELRY  MARINB MEN'^ WEAR  Ph.  886-2116,  GIBSONS  Tree falling, topping or remov-;  ing lower limbs for view. Ins  sip-ed work from-fPort Mellon  to Pender -Harbour* Phone  886-9946, Mafrven Volen.  ATTENTION ��� You need a dress  maker?  Phone 886-9880. -~  WAT^l SURVEYkSERVICES  HYDROPURE kwateryf sterihzer,  water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and stump ,blasting..^R.R. 1^ Se-r  :elielt.^Pboiie^885r9M6^!i.' X4   A.  ��� \x:\ri7fyffr: r'Ti-x' t';^ ��� "������'������������ ������"���-  Itor    gua^antee^lqj: watch - and  Jewelry ..'��&phi^^s&s^^ba^.s(y:;  Jewele^^?S����helt. 'V^soric fdonie  on ther-premiises.      f^:ki-:;^tfn-'-;  TERRACE  HEIGHTS  '(At Stewart and ^Wirin Road)  A fine new residential area  in the village..ot Gibsoas,' fea-  -tufirtg large" btiildiiigk sites;  panoramic sea view, A and ������ all  conveniences; Reasonable pric-  ved lots, .$2,000; and; $2,500.iLow;  down payments and four years  to-payr��� -.......'���-.  See these finefbiiUdihg[sites;';  soon. Subdivision plans yayail-  able atk'-^ ;;   4 :<:4X44 4..::::  CHARLES ENGLISH.LTD.  Exclusive sales agents -  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza  Gibsons 886-2481  A T complete listing  of Peninsula  pfbpetti^s^ X A    "   "     4\  Acreage.  Waterfront  Business opportunities  Commercial sites and  store-leases.    ���..���....-.   Building contracts  Zyl,  Mortgages f  Subdivision consultants.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  I Suni&pijest Slyippjii^CCentre  ibsoife^-       ^i^EhW886-24  Gibsot  *v****' * '?���  2481  ?*r\<*>.p     ?--i:.,k--  i:AT^YJOUR^SERVIiCE  STANLE^|^iatlES,;yR1e n^d?e J  Harbour tii>TR6rEs^!ifelloit^Contact  Ptiyllil;plliawrscKfi^iRvRV 1-,'k'Se-  chelt.^hbne^885-95i0;5'     Xx/  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ���.Exterior ^  Pajper Hanging  First Class Work: Guaranteed  : Phone 886-9652, Nortb Road.  PETER CHRISTMAS  .  f Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick aiid. stonework���Alterations and repairs  > Phone: ;886r7734;  Alcoholics "Anonymous Phone  Sechelt 885-9678 or write -Box  . 584, Coast \Nevvs. ���: A.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Liicky' Number f  ;y   August^ 2 ��� 44229, White  ;    xp^iDAsr^ifnoM A  Interior, exterioif painting. Also  paperhanging.   Phone   Gibsons,  886-7759 for free estimates.  Al     TIMBER CRUISING  K. M. Bell, 71-777 W. Queen's Rd.  North.Vanbouver..'Ph. ,987-0257.  -���"������''���-��-'���  ���'���-" ;"-   *'���''-'!'-��� '-'::'--"'   ": '���'  "A,       ^kNELSON'Sy :A-A '|k  LAUNDRY &WDRY ICLRAISIING  FUR  STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts   Creek,   Gibsons  ; and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  ....-sX^W     '  ,Waterfr^| ���vpvjer $P��' ��� cosy  familyyhome,. level 'iot;   heavy  wiring;   fireplace,k good   waters  $12;6'00 on 'terms; "f   , *^  Kay MacKenzie,' eves. 886-2180  Cabin on large lot, wired, fenced, well. F.P. $1500. ,  480- on highway ��� 4 acres ���  for. only v $2,500. k  20 acres', 4 cleared, 5 rooms,  fireplace, full basement, fruit  trees, $12,000.  "A SIGN OF SERVICE"  H^ B. GORDON  & KENNETT Ltd.  REAL ESTATll &   INSURANCE  Gibsons  886-2191  Sechelt  885-2131  ',$6950,: Selma Park, Two small  homes On large 1 acre view lot.  One house how rented. Real investment. Easy terms.  West Sechelt, 3 bedrm waterfront home. Large lot, good wa-  terVsuppry. $1(^500 fp. Some terms  7 Deal: withjCoiyCidenco with;;  ^SECHELT REALTY  & INSURANCE AGENCIES  T. E. DUF^Y, Agent-Owner  Phone 885-2161  Box 155, Sechelt, B.C.  Better than .3 acres,, over 553'  frontagev6hvgotid s'econd^ry high-  waiyV,$2850y'    A:XXZ__ . xAX/X;_.  5 acres, spring - water; supply;  $13501 cash; foryqiiicK sale/ k .cf;  kEJSTINGS RiEQUESTED       k  ...��� ���'' '^^'vBUtl^R^1)*^!^ ix '���' - '���".",  Real ;E$tate;^&'insurahce  Box   23,   Gibsons      Ph. r,886-2000  Client wants 3 br. home, $15,000  price range, $3000 down."    -  Bay area, full basement 3 br.  home, $2i500 down, ,'full price,  $12,000.  Listings requested  EWART McMYNN  REAL ESTATE & .INSURANCE  Marine' Drive,   Gibsons  Phones: ; 886-2166/ Res.v   886-2500  PROPERTY FOR SALE  ���> . ; WEST, SECHELT  80' waterfrontage, safe, sandy  beach with boat ramp, 5 rm. 4-  yr.-old mod. bung, plus attached  "garage & workshop. t Fully insulated. Lge. patio, oil furnace,  A.-H.W., wired for range, washer.  " dryer, ' etc. Carpeted L.R. with  mirrored fireplace. Mod. cab.  kitchen. $16,800. For appt. ph  owner,  885-2153.  OPPORTUNITIES COME -  TO PASS, NOT TO PAUSE f  Take Redroofs Road,' four1 miles  west ot Sechelt, to Eureka Devel-f  opment. Panoramic waterfront^  age. A  :       ; GOWER CftESCENT  Panoramic* view, lotV from $700'  to ��1700. Easy terms or cash disry  count. Good water supply. R. W;'  Vernon,  Gibsons. Phone 886-9813.;  ':��� Waterfront^ .14 / deluxe lotis * and  home,. 14:acres, part or parcel:  Welcome Beach.  Apply  Willardf  ^C/Jo Cooper's Sjto^if Redroofs.  Mbuhtain view lot, Vz acre, ready  to* build ^oh. $700. A. Simpkins;  Seclielt| BC. 885-213^../:        k  Cottage, 4 rooms, Duroid roofing^  IVz acres, wire fenced; good gar^  den. Workshop and garage. Water  in house; Bathroom. Mail deliver^  ed. Situated corner Reed Rd. and.  Chamberlin Rd., 5 mins walk to *  Granthams. Will take $5395 with  furniture, tools, curtains, blinds;  etc.. Also about 5 acres on Reid  .- Road,... subdivided in   acre  lotisj ?  V^V#i^nd. good timber and wa^  ter; i5/inin. to Gibsons main roadv  Price $5,000. Dave Thomson;  R.R. 1, Gibsons.  Waterfront lot in West Sechelt.V-  128 ft. frontage, water availablek  Ideal, building lot.  Apply J.   E; "  :; Parkfr,-|S>chelt^vB;iC;k|^:>    '    p*-  FbR RENT  Stpriig housej $40 month. Imaaedi^  ate possesion. A. Simpkins, Phi  885-2132.      v    MISCL.FOR SALE  ATTENTION BUILDERS .  ^D^OMEOWNERS  Maill your^ enquiries1'!or1 bur new  low prices-on: PLYWOOD, DOORS  and-LUMBER.  ESMOND LUMBER CO. LTD.  3600 E.-Hastings St.,   ..  :kk.f,''.V��incquy��r3{;BjC:'f;;-'":";  One Servel bridge, 5^4 years old, '  8 cu. ft.; 1 gasoline washer, 1 15  watt   power plant^ 4  years old." \*  Phone Gambier lOK.^^k " ,  21 inch TV.^Al condition. Phone -*  886-9386 from 9 to 12 a.m. ori:5:30  to 8 p.m.-5?-;'k xA'y'A'*'  Bed  chesterfield,  $50;   fridge  in  good  condition, $125;:,larger-kit- (1  chen   tablek arborite  top;^ $35.  chest of drawers,   $10;   trilamp,  $10; mantlie radio, $15. Phone 886-  '  9979.':;:  Girl's bike, $25; 80 records, 78's  $6, good condition; Jones sewing  machine, $15. Phone 886-9880.  k ROGERS  PLUMBING  44 x SUPPLIES k-       \'.-    ':  Gibsons fPhohe f886r2092 |.  Wholesale and" Retail k  11 reconditioned oil ranges, some '  with new motors  and  carburetors. :..  2 Kemac oil ranges k     |j  1 automatic floor furnace      4>  Even-Tempk��     ;���,    y $69  1 oil fired: hbtf air furnace , ?���  2 coal and wood range,  good as new $r"  3 Frigidaire fridges $79  2 Astral fridges $37.50 and $42.50  All   fridges  guaranteed        , -  Reconditioned used   toilet  complete '. $1?  Special���  Elko glass lined electric tanks  No. 30 $68  Usual guarantee  Small automatic electric range  like new $"  2 reconditioned Kemac oil  burners, only $3"  '-.������ Simple.tp install yourself-  Ereei Deliveryon Peninsula  ���Store open 7.a^m. to 11 p.m.  We close on Monday until 6 p.m  Complete. stqck���nff plumbing supplies/ cheaper, than   department  store.  Church dedicated  Lights must  (C<|ii^^^cp)n|p^|lJ .  and Mrt Tnilmilft MaSny^r jthe details. Their work arid' drawings  were the; gift "of; Mr/ Berwick fin  the ndme.:--6f..,:nls:':'i|nh\.6f;ia.fbhi-.  tects^the site is; the gift-of; Cari-:  on:: AZlGTeenel'Z'.:.'X~A ~1> -:A h f'y:-'  ���The church is a memorial to  the late - Mrs: Alan Greene arid  a great-ihariy to whom the Columbia Coast .Mission: has; ministered over a period of-57f years.  A Book o^ Reriiefnbrarice* will  be placed iri the church with the  names of all those served by the  Mission and- have since died, telling the story of their place on  the lower British Columbia Coast  This book is being compiled by  Canons Greene. ; -ky;...--f:  The fund for the building of the  church started with a" substantial  donation from Mrs. Fred Bennett  of Gerald Island whose husband  was drowried near %is home in  1960. The Mission Ship John An-  tle ministered to the Bennetts  over a great many years.  Canon Greene has diverted all  baptismal, marriage and burial  fees' into the building fund for  three years, arid turned in his  broadcasting earnings over BBC  from stories he; has- broadcast;  feeling that the little church  would be 'a fitting memorial tb  all those" he -has served for so  many years and to the good people about whom he has been telling his stories over they air. The  rest of the building fund has come  from local donors arid far away  friends:x       -Zxy-yXy /-   .;,-������-;  Among the ': gifts in furnishing s  are the pews given;by:the Redr  MISC. FOR SALE (Continued).  Large crib,., good ��� condition," no  mattress, $15. Phone 886-9993:  Trailer ���^ 12 ft., unusually roomy  Phone 886-2566.:.   ;    ; ..-.:���������:.���  Derby Day is. getting close, Com��  in to Earl's and see the' best  stock : of fishing _ tackle, boat  pumps^'etc)! City fprices brfbetter  Shipment of Swedish fish: knives  just arrived. Prices from $1.15.  Earl's in Gibsons, 886-9600.-  Westinghouse fridge, good condi--  tion, $65; 2 burner; hotplate. Harry A. Hill, Phone 885-9764.  McClary' Charin range, Crest Oil  burner.- Very good condition,  soriae tubing' and - sediment bowl.  Phone 886-2093.  Westinghouse ; wringer,    washer  with pump. Good condition.. Ph.  ;v886^9840; Ax    "      Al-X  2 girls bicycles. Phone 886-9880.  3 bedroom 10 x 50 mobile, home.  Try  your offer. Phone  886-2526.  TV for sale, Marconi, 17 .inch.  Phone after 7 p.m.i 886-2025;  Standard size concrete Building  Blocks, 8x8x16 now available  Flagstones, pier blocks, drain  tile,: available from Peninsula  Cement ^Products, ; Orange Rd.,  Roberts"Creek, f :��� k -  Used,- electric' and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales,  Phk885-9713k Sechelt.  WANTED  good condition. Write 1271 West  god conditioh. Write 1271 West  32rid, Vancouver.  Used furniture, ,or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950. ;'**-��� *     v  PETS    .__^^,xxXl....   ��� . .  "Pekinese pups, females-only. Ph.  '886-9890. y.i      X-     A.,-.-.-       y  fuels'���������'������,:������     4.y-~  COAL& WOOD  Alder $10  delivered^  Maple, $12  Fir $12 delivered  Bone dry old growth fir, $14  Glean hand picked fir  " millwood, $10  Drumheljer hard coal  $32 ton, $17 Yi ton, $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per box  .     PHONE 886-9902  It. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  BOATS FOR SALE  18 ft.. .Clinker, built, cabin, fully  equipped, $475. Harry. Al. Hill,  Phone  885-9764.-  AUTOS FOR SALE  1950 Prefect, $100; 1961 Econo-  line $1995. M. Rigby, Phone 886-  9686.  Ford's top model, \955 Meteor  Crown Victoria .2 door sports  coupe, in excellent condition. Ha;  power, steering, ; power brakes,  Thunderbird engine, custom radio  and rear speaker, windshieW  washers, chrome wheel discs and  whitewall tires..^Open,for small  trade or offers. Phone 886-9987.  ''���"'k-'*tj9' tr-f^*   " ���   ''. i "**'" >���     ���?.''  Welj-Ladfes; Guild; thes organ from  StkBairtfi&omew?s^.churcii; Gib-  soris^v^ditiorial^pews . from St.  Hilda's^ churchkSechelt; :a beautiful haridrimade; iiiien;Altar icloth  from Mrs: Frank Harding of Peri-  der Harbour an^;^^^  flower^yases^the"work aridrgift  of -Mr:'-arid^MrS.rfFritz':Leuchte;:  artists iri* ceraxriics ofZWest'Vari-  couverj'-^/'-^^-'f ;y-'yr :A X'::A' '���'  The' cedar shakes' are the gift  of ^George Miller in memory of  his late wife." The Caridle-holders  were hand-carved by Richard  Langdon of "M'adeira"Park. The  prayer ?and 'hymn 'books: were-the  gift "of^Mr. aiidkKfrskFrarik C.  Claydon and ^Mr."X and ���* Mrs; > Bill  Thorn of Redroofs. -A beautiful  copy; of -the riew- English' Bible  was giveri by'Canon arid Mrs LT.  Laycock; 'now'livingiri'^Bourrie-  mouth; EriglaridP     xxi    X- :')'���  The foundJatidris z were laid by  Frank BJallj -f6Sr many years Canon Greene's shipmate on the John  Antle, the framing-and ^roofing; of  the building was' done- by; Jack  Morgan and son Ted of Welcoriae  Beach, the shakes were laid on  the roof single handed by Ed Lan-  buette of Halfmoon Bay. as well  as the spacious platform in front  of the church where in. summer:  part of the congregation can sit  in the open air.- -  , The wiring of the church is the  gift of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Greg-'  erson of Madeira Park. The land-  scaping.-and rockwork is the work  of Pete Jorgensen of Halfmoon  Bay arid Alan F. Greene, Canon  Greene's elder son. The fine  craftsmanship revealed in the de.  tail of the building is that of  Sverre Solvberg of Redroofs, he  also fashioned the. pews. Canon  Greene served;, as handyman to  all these workmen and 'spent a  few precarious hours oiling the  woodwork inside"and out. ..       "  It is the hope of Canon Greene  that the little church will be a  place 'where:-many'rwill-worship���  from time to time and where  many will go for meditation and  prayer. The theme of the building is the presence of Christ. The;,  outlook over Welcome Pass: is  strikingly beautiful arid at-eventide the sunsets are lovely. The  church was first used on last  Easter when there were no doors  or windows; yety 42 tbravieid the  elements that morning.  The lovely flowers used to decorate the church -were the; gifts  of Mr. and Mrs. H. Allen, Mrs. Q  Burrows and Mr. W. Grundy, the  latter having, supplied the: church  with flowers air summer.  4''\ ANGLICAN -k-'-  St. Bartholomew's Gibsons  11:15   a.m.   Holy   Communion  St. Aidans,  Roberts Creek  3:00 p.m���   Evensong  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  9:30 a.m., Mating  UNITED  Gibsons  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m. Divine Service  Roberts Creek, 2 pjn.  ': f Wilson: Creek  3:30 p.m.   Afternoon   Service  Rev. H. B.  Wallaces will take  the services for July at Gibsons  United Church.  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church Service 9:15 a.m  1st, 2nd, 4th and;5th Sundays.  Anglican Service, .7:30 pjn. f  1st Sunday of each month  Anglican Ccmmunion 9:30 a.mT  3rd Sunday of each month  ' -:    ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Most pure Heart of Mary  Gibsons,-10:30 a.m.  BAFriST  Bethel Bapiist, Sechelt  10 a.m., Sunday School  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  Calvary Bapiist, Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 Evening  Service  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs.  CHRISTIAN  SCIENTISTS  Church Services  and Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek  United Church  Radio program:  The Bible  Speaks to You, over CJOR, 600,  7:05 p.m. every Sunday.  August 5: Does It Really Help to  Pray?     ';:���'��� -���"'���,.   .'-  ;��� '  Gibsons  PENTECOSTAL  11 a.m. DeVotlonal  10 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m.. Evangelistic Service  Tues., 7:30, Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 pjn.,  Young People  Sat., 7:30, Prayer,  Glad Tidings Tabernacle  '9:45 Sjrt^Sunday ScK*pI  11 ajn., Moniirig Worship  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service  Tuesday, 7 p.m., Bible Class  Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Rally  ���ifc*Ti'    �����-���  A warning has been issued to  smalT^&isurg cMt'hy^l&^^P  marine^ detachment stationed at  GibspnS. 4 k pZA44 X'- XX . ���:_  < Ttii*;; warning states .th^t' all'  craftyiriustfearry a visible.light;  Si'ter dajk;veveri if tit is ca rowboat  with a: -flashlight. Larger pleas-f  ure crafk should: cari^ < either a  Gombinedbdw 'light' or the regu-;  latiori side lights.  RCMP report that if regulations  concernirig lights on such craft  are not observed, action will. h&  taken' against violators.  '���' Many near accidents have been  reported. This has resulted in;  the  RCMP issuing  its  warning.  Inquest planned  \ Dete^ininationX.pl vhjav^j James  Wilson ' Rej^riblds^ 38, Aa former  New Westminster man; came' to  His death; on -the Sunshine Coast  highway, near Crow Road Satluv  day, will await an inquest to be  held August 15.  Reynolds had been visiting;  friends" and was on his way home:  andehad; apparently gone past his*  destination.. - and: turned back.  RCMP report the man as lying'  on,the road when struck by a car.;  Police questioned the driver of  the car but are not holding him"  as being responsible for the accL-  dent. Reynolds who had been log-;  ging in this area for about two;  months, was living with friends^  in the Crow road area. -  LOST YOUR COFFEE?  If you have.lpst a can of coffee  it now rests at the Coast News office. It was picked up Tuesday-  morning at the old United Church;  now Baptist church- 'c6rri'ef,kby;  Mrs. Anne Burns, school board;  secretary, while .she. was on-.her  way to attend school board duties  One can of ter revive an ailing;  tomato plant by sprayirig;itfwitii,  v sugar water..\s   .      ,AA   :k      i  Beauty Salon  p-yr.-q    ������   r  Village Centre, Gower Pt. Rd.  Next to-Welcome Cafe  Your New. Beauty  ,      X|entreJ  Ph. 88&21Z6  xjj& V."*^' ^  r.At'-^.\W  MONEY fw  MORTGAGES  $2,500 and up  Tolal- cost' inc)usive of insurance' and appraisal % of 1%  per month. ���  ROBERTS CREEK  CREDIT UNION  Sechelt, B.C.  ��� Ph. 885-9551  mickey goe;  Member  Professional Salesmen's  Club  i mm  Falcon  Fairlane  Galaxie  Trucks  Thunderbird  Brown Bros. Motors  41st and Granville, Van., B.C.  Bus.      *  Telephone Res.  AM 6-7111    BR 7-64 97  24-HOUR  <r-:  "V  i'-V  Peninsula Motors  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  Ph. 885-2111 DAYTIME  Ph. 885-2155 NIGHTS  MEETINGS  of f  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES.,  Congregation Bible  Study'  Gibsons, Sei-hett, West Sechelt.  and Madeira Park, Tues, 8 p.m.  Ministry School  Kingdom Hall,   Fri.   7:30 p.m.  Service Meetirg  Kingdom  Hall, Fri.   8:30 pjn.  .       ^Public Ttdk- .  Kingdom Hall,rSun. 7 p.m.  Watchtower Study  Kingdom Hall, Sun. 8 p.m.  The Kingdom Hall-is at  Selma Park  No Collections Coast  News,  Aiigk2, 1962.  C. E. SICOTTE  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  Land Clearing ��� Excavating  and Road Building  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2357  CALEDONIAN GAMES -*    \  St.   Andrew's  and   Caledonian'  Society of Vancouver will hold its  76th annual Caledonian Games at  Brockton Point in  Stanley Park  on Sat., AugA li. The society was  founded to  September   13,  1886,  the same year as the city of- Vancouver, and since that time has  sponsored an annual Caledonian  Games. Competitors in the Scottish   dancing,  piping, "track and  field events will be coming from  the east and as far south as California.  24-HOUR  TOWING  Peninsula Motors  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  Ph. 8S5-2111 DAYTIME  Ph. 885-2155 NIGHTS  LATE WANT ADS  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Bayview Thrift and. Novelty Shop  Across from Legion at Selma  Park; Bait and Ice. Some new,  mostly used clothing, y knick-  knacks, pocket books, etc. Anything of no further use to you will  be gladly accepted. Door prize  Aug. 7. Put your name in the box  First draw won by Gail Swanson,  Sechelt.  Tasella Shoppe  .Phone 885-9331 ��� SECHELT  Ladies' - Men's - Children's  Clothing - Shoes  Dry goods - Staples  Specials in Dresses,  Shoes  and Oddments  BASEBALL  Remember Chop's Mops!'  Back in the pioneering-days of  1956 Chop's Mops was a. baseball team composed of sprightly  married ory unmarried , women>  who. cut a wide swath fin ba&e-.  ball history in the Gibsons area..  Some -yof - the    survivors.   of '  Chop's frilops  again have  baseball blood coursing through their  >  veins and  are in  the moody to-. |  throw out challenge after chja'.-,-'"'.  lenge, to any team, rriale or female. r " ;,-. / ... y     :A.A..<  Here is the official announce-- '  ment as issued by; the executive:/  directors .of the ball team:..  The  married   women   of Gibsons   have   formed   a   baseball f  team  and have played- arid '{&&���?&,  feated   the   Tight  Ropers.^rrl^ipM  team of Port Mellon. The mar  ried   women's   team; now; chal-y  lenge any other team preferably".  women.  Contact-Mrs.  Ron God-,  fery at phone 886-2473 if you can  muster a team strong enough tq.4.;  even get a man on first base.,   'y j,  Jim Hall is;the team's coachyJ  and  he  is  striving to keep  the f  players in top form for the next  game.  THEATRE JACKPOT  Winning number for Sechelt  Theatre's jackpot, drawn Monday night is 31437. The holder of  that ticket may claim his two'  passes by; applying at the thea-  tre. If he had been in the theatre  when thef number was drawn a  cash . prize would -have been  awarded.  BODY REPAIRS  ��� and  PAINTING  Peninsula Motors  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  ::>��; 885-2111  WANT  ADS  ARE  REAL  SALESMEN  (Black & White General Store |  I OPPOSITE RITZ MOTEL ��� GIBSONS |  Specials      1  | Boy's Shirts -S^AX now $1.89 |  | Men's Shirts ea. $4.95 j  | Lge Beach Towels ea. $1.98 |  | FULL LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES |  Bethel 28, International Order  of Job's Daughters announces a  triumphant victory over DeMolay  boys in a baseball game on Sunday, July'29. The score was 22-14  in favor of the girls;  Fine pitching was displayed by;  Carol Holden and David Leslie.  Some good hits were made by -,:  Lynne Ennis, Lyn Stenner, Roberta Quigley, Winston Robinson,'  Ricky Marsh; and John Corlett.  The main stipulation for the DeMolay was that they had to hit.  catch, and throw with the oppo-.:  site hand to which they .usually  do. After the game, refreshments  were served to the tired and hot.  Amuvnq qou, with.  'i    players.  Thank you...  PTA Fish Derby Donors  B. A. Service  B. C. Packers  Clays  J. Clement, (Soft Drinks)  Coca Cola Ltd.  Crosby Boat Works  Dan Cameron Fish Co.  Farrington Cove Motel  Gardiner's Oysters  Gooldrup's Boat Works  Haddock's        - ��� -��� ���  Harbour Motel  Garden Bay Boat Works  Indian Islands  Marina  Irvine's Landing Store  Kiewitz,  (Shell Oil Gibsons)  Lloyd's Store  Madeira Park Motel  Madeira Park Store  G. W. McWilliams Ltd.  Nelson Bros.  Fisheries  Oyster Bay Oysters  Palm Ice Cream  Parker's Resort  Park Hairdressing  Pender Harbour Fish Co.  Pender Harbour Auto Court  Phillips & Lee Logging  Rae's Boat Works  Sechelt Lockers  Shell. Oil Co. Ltd,  s Sladey  Logging  Texada Towing  Tulloch Western  Tyee Charters  Western Marine Supply  Response good  The fire chief and members of  the Sechelt Volunteer Fire Brigade express their sincere thanks  to the residents of West Sechelt,  Wilson Creek and Porpoise Bay  for their generous response to  the recent campaign for operating funds.  The amount raised was almost  $600 and this together with direct  grants from the Corporation of  the Village of Sechelt, district of  Selma Park and the Department  of Indian Affairs, will enable  them to carry on for another  year.  In addition to operating expenses, and purchasing new  equip  ment, the brigade are also build-,  ing up a sinking fund for future  purchase of a new fire truck.  To call the fire brigade, ambulance or inhalator, dial 885-4411.  KEN'S  FOODLAND  PHONE   886-2563  29clb.  BABY BEEF LIVER 35c lb.  6���� 89c  6i* 99c  Instant Maxwell House  HAMBURG  NALLEYS RELISH EH  SWEET RELISH  3^89c  Summer Visitors  ���   ICE   *  HERRING BAIT  Free Delivery to Your Boat  CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES  WIZARD LIGHTER FLUID     .............  10 lb. sack  20 lb. sack  $9t  SJ.85  PENDER HARBOUR P.T.A. FISH DERBY  COMMITTEE  FISH DERBY RESULTS  Here are the results of the  fourth week of the Madeira Park  PTA Fish Derby: Largest fish. 31  Its., Mrs. Jean Buyar, South Burnaby; Hidden weights, 7% lbs.  Syd McDonnell, Pender Harbour  and 15.4 lbs, Peter Lee, Pender  Harbour.  DELIVERY DAYS  Gibsons���every day except Wed.  Gower Point���iThursdjay.  Port Melloni���Friday.      ,  Roberts Creek���Saturday.  Free   Delivery  on Orders over  $5  OPEN  FRIDAY NITES  ' l'-: ���y.xtitt':''\ ;'fk"'  EVERYDAY LOW SHELF PRICES!  All coats, dresses, skirts, blouses,  GREATLY   REDUCED  This SALE is timed so you can still get  lots of Summer wear  m^w^mm  Hm. of  Ladies' Wear &  Phone SECHELT 885-2002


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