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 f rovxncrra i "xri oraryv  Victoria,   B.   C.  GOLDEN  CUP AWARD  COFFEE  at DANNY'S  COFFEE HOUSE & MOTEL  Gibisons ���- Ph. 886-9815  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE COAST  Published  in Gibsons.   &.C.      Volume 17, Number 28, July 11,    1963.  7c per copy  A COMPLETE LINE .  OF MEN'S' CLOTHING  Marine Men's  Wear  Ltd.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  Gibsons bylaw  makes area park  After a great deal of work in  volving a- lengthy search for relatives of the original Gibson family, and obtaining consent of the  provincial ( Public UtiUties Commission step by step on work  done, Gibsons village council has  passed a bylaw' which will give  the village" possession of the former Gibson Memorial Church  property so it can be made into a  park in perpetuity.  It. has taken some three years  to achieve this result and' now ar-r  raiigements will have to be made  for the! removal of the old church  building. After that hasf been  completed the provincialyhigh-  waysf department has a plan for  theeasing .of the curve on that  conii^fv andf will most likely take  a slice from the park property  to fbbtain the desired result. In  the^niteantiirie the park area  would ;be straightened up and the  gravesfrarea attended to with the  obj&Ffof making a pernjaneni  arrangement for their preserva-  tioh^ky-" >~ -'���������'���: '���' .   y'. '"':xAA'-- ���.  Here i is a copy of the bylaw  which j has given l Gibsons village  possession of the|bld church "pro-  '������pertyrkf; ''rX'Z'X.ZXZ:'Z ';ffkf v.  A By-law to authorize the purchase of land for the establishment of a MiihicipaUParK. k :  WHEREAS a tract of land described as Block E, District Lot  686, Plan 3130,yGroup 1, New  Westminster District, containing  approximately one:fifth of an acre  more or less, situate in the Village of Gibsons Landing, and  owned and registered in the name  of the United Church of Canada,  is suitable for. a Municipal Park;  and  WHEREAS said land is available  to the Corporation for the sum of  Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00)  payable' in four annual interest-  free installments of One Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($1,250.00); and , ' \  ���WlIEREAS^estM3te^^^^en^  diture out of revenue for the year  1963 as cited in "The Village of  Gibsons Landing Annual Budget  Inspection for  young gardeners  Inspection time is here. In the  next two weeks the Kiwanis  club plan on judging the gardens for part of their points.  The following children are  competitors: : Pamela David,  Mark Jewitt, Raymond Johnson,  Denise Littlejohn, P. Carey,  Esther Carey, Danny Crosby,  \ John Crosby, Christine Hastings, ���  j Elliot Trueman, Robert Boyes;1  Harry Laing, Marcia McHeffey,  Murray McHeffey, Phillip Anderson, David Johnson, Peter f  Rigby Douglas Oram, Charlene  Day, Mike Day, Thelma Volen,  Frances Volen, Frances Mc-:  Kenzie, Linda Mcintosh; Moira  McPhedran, Richard Sicotte,  Martin Kiewitz, Douglas Gibb,  Kirk Thomas.  If there are any more entered  but not on the above" list please  contact Ozzie Hincks, chairman  at 886-2471.  By-law No. 155, 1963," provide a  sum not exceeding One Thousand  Two .Hundred and Fifty Dollars  ($1,250.00) for the purchase of  park land;  NOW THEREFORE the Council  of the Corporation ��� of the Village  of Gibsons Landing, in open  meeting assembled hereby enacts:  1. The land described as Block  E, D.L. 686, Plan 3130- Group 1,  N.W.D. shall be purchased by the  Corporation for the sum off Five  Thousand Dollars ($5,000.(10) subject toy the Regulation madef under Section 7>05 of:- the "Cemeteries Act" arid provided that:  (a) The'; property will be, made  ' .;. into a ParkyJnV perpetuity,^except that 'a portion.' required 1 by  the  Department of Highways.  (b) No further burials will take  place in the*cemetery. f'.kf'k  (c) The Corporation of thefyil-  lage of Gibsons Landing will be  responsible for the decent' care  arid maintenance of the graves  :*     in perpbtuity. "X     Z   XAzZ  2. The annual interest-free in-  stallments shall be madeyin the  A amouht of y6ne Thousand :-Two  Hundred and Fifty ki) b 1 rayr s  ($1,250.00) and shall be payable  on September 1,. 1963, September  1, 1964, September 1, 1965 and  September 1, 1966.  3. The By-law may be citeii for  all purposes as "The Village of  Gibsons Landing Park Land Purchase By-law No. 157, 1963."  Gaglardi  Hon. P. A. Gaglardi has emphatically denied rumors circulating  locally that the provincial government has dropped plans y to  build and operate a ferry, between  Powell River and Comox, according to last'week's issue of the  Powell River News.   ��� '    :-  Gaglardi issued. the denial following a telegram sent to- him  by The News which said:  "Statements here that -Ptl-  Comox ferry will not be running  this Fall. In fact date of start of  ser^ace according to talk is said  to^e 'very indefinite'Jas cost of.  rumor  ferry 'too high'. Would apprecK  ��� ate any definite  statement from  you by return wire."  kReplying   tp   The   News   telegram, Gaglardi said:  ,'A design for the vessel has  been drawn up and recently approved by steamship inspector,  Department of Transport, Otta-  .wa. Department now engaged in  surveys and studies in connection  with landing sites. Doubtful if  . ferry will be running this Fall  biit preliminary studies proceeding as quickly as possible and  contract for vessel will.be let in  the near future."      ���</  PREMIER W. A. C. BENNETT  officially accepted the Queen of  the Islands, newest ferry in the  British Columbia Ferry Authority fleet, on the dock at Ganges,  Salt Spring Island, Thursday. The  400-ipassenger ferry connects the  Gulf Islands to the' mainland at  Tsawwassen with twioe-a-day service. A group of shipyard.* government and shipping officials  were joined by 380 guests in the  inaugural run of the newest  Queen, hampered by loss of one  engine "when a bearing burned  out during the final trial run.  wont to hwim  Tax diversion  is  Red Cross local  to reorganize  Members of Gibsons-Port Mellon branch of the Canadian Red  Cross met* at the home- of Mr.  Henniker* on the occasion of the  visit of Mr. W. B. Johnson, district .c^rap.aien...cp:r.;ordiiiiator  from Vancouver.-  ���  -     -  Members of local organizations sponsoring "Red Cross activities were present and as no  regular meeting has been held  within the last 18 months it was  decided to take this opportunity  to appoint an executive committee for the local Red Cross  branch which will operate until  the regular annual meeting is  held later this year.  Officers appointed are: E. N.-  Henniker, president; Con. Fisher, vice-president; Mrs. J, A.  Mainil, secretary-treasurer and  Mrs. H. J. Chaster, executive  member.  y Mr. Johnson complimented  those present onf the excellent  campaign 'conducted in March  of this year when the collections  exceeded the quota "set for this  district, evidence of hard work  by a devoted band of voluntary  canvassers..  AXx-  Enrollment   in   the   Kinsmen  swimming classes isf growing" every day. It is reported by the instructor Miss Arnold oyer 325  students have been enrolled. Well,  over half of the students enrolled  are non-swimmers or advanced  Leginners. Brian Knowles, who  is helping Miss Arnold in Gibsons, reports in that area alone,  over 125 students have enrolled.  While the weather has not been  too good the enthusiasm is running high. In Sechelt and Davis  ������, X ������������..-.-���������'���  Biiy on rainy days instruction will  b�� given in the Hospital Cottage  iii Sechelt and in the Wilson  Creek Hall in Davis Bay. If the  weather is doubtful, bring bathing suits.'       k  fin the Sechelt area adult swimming instruction will be given on  Tuesday and Thursday evenings  commencing July 16 with two  classes each day. The first class  Will be from 7:15 to 7:45 and another from 8 to 8:30. Forms for  these classes may be obtained at  Morgan's Mens Wear.  P.  ���&��c  $%&��&  Sechelt branch, Royal Canadian Legion youth dance on June  28 saw a record 104 teenager's in  attendance. Music came from recordings with the leaders of tomorrow bringing their own favorite records.  The Ladies Auxiliary prepared  the hot dogs with one free on each  ticket   for admission.  These dances are put on by  Branch>140 and are rigidly cha-  1"*^"  peroned by Legionaires, with no  one leaving the hall unless they  do hot;plan on returning. These  dances are well received by the  parents, as well as the teenagers and the Legion is looking  ������ forward to the next Youth Dance  which will be on Friday, July 26  from 8 to 12.  All net - proceeds go towards  Legion's youth activities, including Junior Olympic Training,  Soccer promotion and Scouts.  Lyrv^zEnriis Jobie queen  Your par is���?  So you want to play golf! How  about a course with a par 42? It  is just a stone's throw of Gibsons ��� if you can throw stones  as far as the North Road at the  Cemetery road turn.  It is the Tiny Tim Golf course  wihich has six holes with par  three and 12 holes with par two.  You (can do it in 20 ������ par going  out and 22 par coming in. There  are ground rules which make the  game interesting.  Some people of this area are of  the opinion what the area needs  is a nice golf course. While Tiny  Tim is a pocket-sized course it  still has the thrills of the game  wihich covers acres and acres of  area.  MANY; AT PICNIC  St. Bartholomew's Anglican  church Sunday School annual  picnic July 6. at Seaside Park,  Port Mellon, drew a good turnout in spite of the unsettled wea-  .rjher. Foot racing and games  kept the youngsters on the go until the hot dogs, pop, ice cream  and cake were ready, most of  which disappeared like magic.  Adults were served tea and cake.  Following the introduction of the  Rev. J. B. Fergusson and, his  wife,,' a general; sing song gave  vocal cords an airing with Rev.  Mr. Fergusson as leader..  The public installation of Honored Queen-Elect Miss Lyme Ennis and her officers; Bethel 28, International Order of Job's Daughters,; was held on /June 29, in the  School Hall in Gibsons.  Approximately 250 persons attended the ceremony, the theme  of which was the Book of Silver.  The hail was decorated in this  silver theme, and made an attractive background for the cere,  mony.  Retiring Honored Queen Miss  Marion Brown did an excellent  job of installing the officers.  Other members of the installing  team were: Patty Smith, guide;  Kathy Toynbee, marshall; Anne  Lang, chaplain; Sheila Smith, recorder; Roberta Johnson, senior  custodian; and Mrs. Maureen  Smith, junior custodian.  Mr. Wilson Anderson sang the  two solos, and Mrs. D. Cameron  from  Pender  Harbour provided  the music.       k  The elected officers installed  were Lynn'e ��� Ennis, honored  queen; IandakPeterson, senior  princessr Susan Taylor., junior  princess; Diane Feidler, guide;  and Heather Garlick, marshall.  Seventeen , other appointed officers were also installed.  Following the ceremony, refreshments were served and a  dance was held during which the  winners of the Job's Daughters  raffle were picked.  TO TAKE SERVICES  Miss Henrietta Campbell, community worker appointed by the  Board of Home Missions, . will  be in charge of the United Church  rervices at' Gibsons, Roberts  Creek and Wilson Creek on Sunday, July 14.  Sechelt School Board has been  asked to ascertain how $45,000  school taxation on Canadian Forest Products new construction  for 1962 was diverted into a provincial fund instead of*to the credit of Sechelt School district.  Canadian Forest Products was  re-assessed When the new construction was completed. The taxation from this assessment has  not been credited to Sechelt  Sdiool District, It has apparently gone into a provincial, deficit  xural education fund. This fund  has been} set��� up to help rural  .areas who are unable to raise sufficient -taxation for their needs.  *A-.: fetterkfromyf Canadian-Forest {  "Products has asked the board to  iind out how such a diversion of  tax money can be made.  During Tuesday night's meeting of the board a delegation  brought up a matter of school  discipline which the board has  taken under consideration. John  Harvey was chairman due to the  absence of Reg Spicer, board  chairman. ^  Bollman Roofing,. New Westminster obtained the tender for  re-roofing Madeira Park school  at a cost of $2,635 and Raymond  Phillips of Madeira Park obtained a one year contract for transporting pupils by boat at a mini,  mum cost of $43 a day.  OopslSorry!  It happened! No matter how  one t__ed_s on lists of names covering various events, someone is  forgotten. Usually it is someone  who takes a good part in the  event.  This time it was the master of  ceremonies for the July 1 Celebration. Bis name ��� Ike Mason.  So to Ike go the apologies of the  July 1 committee members and  Ihe Coast News.   PKEWKl- MEET  There win be a Peewee meet  under Junior Olympic Training  plan auspices July 28 at Sechelt.  Details of this event will be an-  rounced at greater length next  week. This meet will take in  Gibsons, Sechelt, Powell River  and Vananda.  o well  at meet  On Sat., July 6, athletes from  Sechelt and Gibsons branches of  . the Junior Olympic "Training Plan  ' in the bantam and midget divisions journeyed to Powell River  for the third annual area finals.  PowellRiver won 15 firsts, Se--  ��helt seven and Gibsons five.  Those who went with the young  athletes to look after them from  Sechelt area were:"Mr. and^Mrs.  R. F. Delong, John Little^ Sir.  and Mrs. J. H. Macleod" and  Charles Lucken and from Gibsons  area, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Burritt,  Mr. and Mrs.. E. Yablonski, Mrs:  Quarry, Mr. J; L. Ferrari and  Ron Haig, vice-president of the  Royal Canadian Legion Pacific  command.  The event opened with a march  of the participants led by the  colorful McMillan Bloedel-Ppwell  River,pipe band. The atmosphere  of perfection set by the band con-..  tJiued throughout the events culminating with a ��� cold plate dinner for a}l visitors. Here are the  results of the various events:  BANTAM BOYS  Discus: Claes Petri, Powell River. 73'11".  100 yards: Jim Quinn, Powell  River, 11.08 sec.  Shot Put: Ken Philip, Powell  River, 23%"  50 yards: Barry MacDonald,  Sechelt, 6.5 sec.  High Jump: Ted Fiedler, Gibsons 4'11"  Broad Jump: Jim Quinn, Powell River, 16'2"  220 yards: Jim Quinn, Powell.  River, 28.3 sec.  BANTAM GIRLS  Discus: Dawn Butler, Powell  River, 57'6"  Broad Jump: Gemma Martinig  - Powell stiver, 13*10''-     y      ";���'."  High Jump: Sandra Parsons,  Sechelt, 4'2"  50 yards: Belinda Gibb, Gibsons,/6.9 sec.  75 yards: Belinda Gibb, Gibsons, 9.5 sec.  Shot Put: Dawn Butler, Powell'  River 227^"  MIDGET BOYS  Shot Put: Dave Valentine. Powell River, 38'6i/_" .    .  880 yards: Warren Knight. Pow.  ell River, 2:24.01  100 yards: David Macleod. Sechelt, 11.03 sec'  440 yards: Warren Knight, Powell River 1:02.0  Discus: Alan MacBeth, Gibsons,  76'4&"  Broad Jump: Dave Valentine,  Powell River, 16*3"  High Jump: Dave Valentine,  Powell River,  5'2"  220 yards: Warren Knight, Pow  ell River, 26.8 sec.  One Mile: Barry Quarry, Gibsons, 5:38.0  MIDGET GIRLS  Shot Put: Eloise DeLong, Sechelt, 28'6"  100 yards: Kirsten Jorgensen,  Sechelt, 12 sec.  High Jump: Jackie Coulter,  Powell River, 4'4"  Broad Jump: Sue-Ann MacLeod  Powell River, 14'8"  50 yards: Kirsten Jorgensen,  Sechelt, 6.4 sec.  Discus: Eloise DeLong, Sechelt, 88*11"  Clear sunshine features OES annual garden party  PAROCHIAL TEA  On Friday, July 12 from 2:30  p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Anglican Vicarage grounds, Gibsons,  the Rev. J. B. Ferguson and  Mrs. Ferguson will be entertained at a tea given in their honor  by the Rev. Denis F. Harris  and Mrs. Harris. Guests to this  affair will be all members of  the new Anglican Parish, Port  Mellon to Egmont.  fflMUimuiniraMraimuimiiuiiuMiimmiiiwmiiiinimnnra  Members of the OES must live  right as, after a week of rain,  wind and storm, last Friday  dawned with a clear sunshine  for the annual garden party. It  was held in the famous Robert  Cumming's garden : at Roberts  Creek. The grounds, enlarged  since, last year, comprise two  acres of lawns, terraces, shrubs  and flowers; all kepi; in perfect  ���order, and on this occasion,  much benefited by recent rain.'  The tranquille sea, on which the  property borders, the colorful  blooms and sunshine, together  formed a perfect setting for the  equally gay ly attired women and  their husbands who had assembled.  Midway between , beach and  road is a parking lot and there  at the entrance to the lower terraces and lawns Mrs. H. Mylroie, WM, and Mrs. W.-Rankin,  AM, received the guests. Mrs.  W. Kirkham, PGM, of Vancouver, opened the affair at 2  o'clock. She. also poured later,  assisting Mrs. E. J. Shaw and  others, at the long tea table  centred by- a flower arrangement of pink sweet peas, white  and pink spiraea, and, heather  which brought many complimentary remarks for its fragrant  beauty. It was the work of Mrs.  R. Eades, PM, as were the  bouquets of sweet peas, Peruvian lilies,. Shasta daisies and  and multi-colored spirae which  graced the tea tables in silver  . covered bowls..' Soft f music: pervaded over the tea table area.  Working in the kitchen and  waiting on the tables were Mesdames J. Swan, PM; G. MacDonald, PM; E. Ramsay, PM;  J. Harrison, J. Garlick, V. Franske,   J.   Hicks,  R.   Donolly,   G.  Booker, D. Head and W. Morrison. The chief, attraction in the  kitchen may have been the past  patron, Ted Shaw, who spent the,  afternoon washing dishes. Mrs.  B. Bing proved to be an able  and amusing tea cup reader.  The home cooking tables,  three in number, were soon  emptied. They were presided  over by Mrs. C. Wood, Mrs. C.  Cameron, Mrs. C. Mittelsteadt  and Mrs. R. Quigley. At the  delicatessen table Mrs. D. Parsons and Mrs. J. Currie did a  rushing business.  The attractive sewing stall  was served by Mrs. E. Wakefield, PM; Mrs. B. Clarke and  Mrs. D. Robilliard. Mrs. N.  Hough and Mrs. H. Lau were on  the door, in this instance, the  gate. The gate prize was won by  Mrs. V   Franske.  Guessing  the number' of ber  ries in a bowl was in charge of  Mrs. J. Wardil, and berries,  bowl and four nappies were won  by Mrs. A. Craven. Mrs. A.  Anderson, PM; was in charge  of the post office and the doll  raffle, the latter won by Mrs. J.  Swan, PM.  Mrs. B. Gardiner had her usual  pleasant task of handling the  hamper raffle. Winners were  Mrs. J. Newman, Mrs. A. M.  Harper, Mrs. P. R. Frontager  and Mrs. E. Lyons.  Members of Job's Daughters  were on hand to mind the kiddies while their mothers took  tea and enjoyed visiting with  friends.  Mr. Bob Cumming, genial host,  was parking lot attendant while  Mrs. Cumming, PM; was everywhere, making sure that workers and guests enjoyed a pleasant afternoon.  MOVES  TO QUEBEC  Les Hempsall of Canadian Forest  Products engineering staff at  Port Mellon is now in Quebec  City in connection with the CFP.  Reid Corporation engineering  work on the new pulp mill for  the Prince George area. He expects to spend about two years  in the east then one year at  Prince George during the_ final  stages of the building there. His  family has moved to Quebec with  him.  mm��iiiinimuHniniiuuiuiiuiiiiiiii��tiinuni:niuuiniw��ini��i��  Collect $125!  After the Sechelt Kinsmen doctors had pulled the.bed and patient along the parade route in  Gibsons on Dominion Day they  were pleased with $125 collected  by "The Nurses."  While everyone was weary after the parade it was felt the  $125 raised for the hospital was  certainly worthwhile, and the Sechelt Kinsmen would like to thank  all those who contributed.  nramiuimiinuuuniuuunmnuuuumuuuumuuumuuuuuuuiro 2       Coast News, July 11, 1963.  The Thrill that Comes Once in a Lifetime   .       AwKssnstcuaae  Economics of disarmament to be studied  Wtz(BoastMetus  Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Published  every Thursday   by Sechelt Peninsula  News Ltd.,  ���P.O. Box 280, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second class mail for payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit   Bureau  of  Circulation,   Canadian  Community  Newspapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  A taxation umbrella  Increased taxation is a red flag which when waved before taxpayers, rouses their ire. At a recent meeting of the Gibsons area  pollution board the matter of a mill or so additional fojr the collection and disposal of garbage brought forth strong opinions that the  ratepayer would not stand for it and would vote against any such  idea.  Such thinking does not reveal that Premier Bennett's homeowner grant has really registered on the minds of the people. Mr.  Bennett has raised the home-owner grant from $28 to $70 with the  promise of a $100 grant .within two years.  At the same time he has raised the assessment values on property and it is likely that the assessment will go' up again in about  two years time. But in the meantime there is a very convenient um-  fbrella for British Columbia ratepayers in low taxation areas to shelter under. This umbrella is the home-owner grant. How many homeowners in this area are faced with a more than $70 tax? How many  only pay a $1 tax and still have room within the home-owner grant  ior increased taxes?  A couple of mills added to the average tax rate in this area  ���would not, under the present setup affect the pockets of many people. Yet there is that inbred determination to, fight increased..taxes,  .showing itself. The Coast Newjs does not. favor psliticaf gimmicks'  Hike the home-owner grant but let's face it. Take advantage of it  while it pays off. . .  A rather^wely ghost!  Merchants of Horseshoe Bay in presenting a brief to the muni-,  'cipal council of that area maintained that any area which has had  a ferry slip removed, had become a dead town. Business feH off and  the merchants involved regretted the moving of the ferry.  Among the areas these merchants used to bolster their contention was Gibsons. They argued Gibsons had become a dead town  since Black Ball had moved the ferry slip and service to Langdale.  Most Gibsonites will sympathize with Horseshoe Bay merchants  but not to the point of admitting that Gibsons is a dead town. There  are those people who view the future with mild alarm. They argue  that when the cut-off from Langdale to the Sunshine Coast Highway  is used, Gibsons will become a ghost town.  To both the merchants of Horseshoe Bay and those Gibsonites  who forsee a ghost town future for Gibsons, please rest assured that  few Gibsons citizenry are showing any signs of panic. If there is  anyone in Gibsons area who is worrying about the future of-Gibsons  it is the municipal clerk and members of Gibsons council. Neither  the clerk or council can see any signs of a ghost town lurking anywhere.  Easy recognition necessary  When Mr. Pearson and colleagues get around to deciding on a  design for a Canadian flag, it is hoped that they come up! with something that will be generally recognizable.  The Canadian people do not wish to get themselves in the position of the sometime Honorary Vice-Consul for Portugal in a Canadian city. It was in the latter days of royalty and the Honorary  Vice-Consul's wife was reputed to be remotely related to the last  Queen of the Portuguese royal house.  The local board of trade tried something new when it gave a  'dinner in honor of all the representatives of foreign powers in the  .area. As an innovation, they decided that rather than number the  tables, each consul would sit at a table designated by the flag pf the  country he represented. This was all right, except that the Honorary  Vice-Consul for Portugal nearly didn't get his dinner, for he could  not identify the Portugese flag.  A compromise that does not include any of the old flags will require a generation of education before the new Canadian flag will  be generally recognized on sight.  Tips for daring campers  The Canadian Forestry Association offers these tips to  fcampers, hikers, and picnickers  ���so they can have a safe enjoyable outing.  On climbing a steep hill, lean  towards the hill and let your  ibody pivot from the waist, so  that you will roll easily with the  stride.  The secret of safe climbing is  never to relax one hold until  another is secured; it is in spirit  equally applicable to scrambling  over rocks * a particularly difficult thing to do safely with a  loaded gun.  Test rotten, slippery, or otherwise ������'������* suspicious holds before  trusting them.  In lifting the body up anywhere, keep the mouth shut,  breathe through the nostrils and  go slowly.  In crossing a high narrow  footpath, never look lower than  your feet; the muscles will work  true if not confused with faltering instructions from a giddy  brain.  A $10,500 grant from the On-  ' tario Economic Council has been  awarded to the Canadian Peace  Research Institute for a study  of the probable consequences, to  the Canadian economy of international disarmament,    f.    k"  The investigation will be concerned with the effects on a  single industry ��� aircraft. What  has been the. long term effect  of earlier cut-backs on the companies and employees involved?  Should peace be "declared'!, tomorrow how many Canadians  would find themselves out: of  work? The study will seek answers to jthese questions.  The Canadian Peaoe Research  Institute is a non-profit, nori political organization whose aim is  to use scientific research to ;;un-  cover the causes of war and. to  try and devise practical, peacekeeping techniques that could be  applied through the United Nations or government leaders!  It is supported entirely by pub-  ernment grant is the first receiv-  lic donations. The O.E.C. gov-  ed from an institution.  Assigned to the . economic  study is 31-year old Geofgef'B.  Moffett, Jamaica-born post graduate student at the School 'of  Business Administration, University of Western Ontario, London.  Mr. Moffett is a graduate of  Queen's .University and former  officer of the R.C.A.F.  Moffett will base his conclusions on information obtained  from all facets of the aircraft  industry, including government  sources, and on information  from companies directly involved ins earlier contract-cancellations. Ay.  Moffett's results, says Dr. Norman    Z.   Alcock,    President    of   .  C.P.R.I., will be integrated with  an overall study of the possible  effects of general   disarmament ���__  on the Canadian  economy  now  being carried out for the Institute by Professor Gideon Rosen-  bluth of the University of British  Columbia's   Economics   Department. ':'yX  It is felt by CPRI that a study  of the aircraft industry provides  an excellent illustration of problems created by large reductions  in defence spending.  Professor Rosenbluth is seeking 'realistic estimates of the  possible . effects of disarmament  on employment, output, rate of  growth and other��� economic  variables. The study <will also  consider the" questions of the  speed and extent of disarmament and measui'es to -avoid  economic disruption.  He maintains it is necessary  to study not only the effects of  Canadian disarmament, but also  the effects on Canada of other  countries disarming, particularly the United States. .  Two main disarmament problems will be considered by the  UBC scholar: The required' increase in demand for goods and  services and possible ways this  Gems of Thought  MISTAKES  Mistakes remembered are noj;  faults forgot.���B. H. jNewell'  Men heap together the mistakes of their lives, and create  a monster they call Destiny.���  John Oliver Hobbes  Where the motive to do right  exists, and the majority of one's  acts are right, we should avoid  referring to past mistakes. f���  Mary Baker Eddy*  Experience is what enables  you to recognize.a mistake when  yr>v make it again.���-Earl Wilson  The man who trusts men will  make fewer mistakes than he  who distrusts them.���Camillo  Benso Cayour; .-, yAZ  can be, brought about and the  substantial shifts in output and  employment between affected  industries.  In regard to the latter the  , study will try to show what industries, regions and occupations  "are" likely to be affected and the  problem of mobility of labor and  capital involved.  Announcing the new study programs, Dr. Alcock pointed out  the importance of an integrated,  framework ,of peace research.  Apart from the r obvious connection between the Rosenbluth and  Moffett studies, he said, the  UBC research team has already  drawn on the results of CPRI's  attitude study, conducted earlier  this " year,    and ' the peace re-  r'X' r^s ' *>f'f ?(  search   abstracts   compiled   by  the institute.  The attitude study, in part, indicates how the general public  and business, labor-and political  leaders would wish to see " the  defence dollar -spent if it were  not going into arms. This provides- several models for Professor Rosenbluth.  Our peace* research-��� abstracts  have uncovered 69, definite references to various disarmament schemes in addition to the  official US and USSR proposals.  These will serve as guides to  him for the likely form that disarmament will take ��� conventional weapons before nuclear;  two years, four years or 20  years;  and so on, he added.  r v. R  CHECK YOUR  FIRST AID KIT  Prompt treatment of cuts and bruises is es-  ' sential to guard against possible infections. For  1 this reason your family should have a fully  ' equipped first aid kit in the house and also in  .' the car. During' the summer when family driv-  4 ing trips-are more common the one in your car  is especially important'.'  ' There are many types of first aid kits to  choose from and our pharmacy carries a varied  selection. We can help you pick out the ones  most suitable for your needs. We also stock  all the individual items to replenish all types  of first aid kits.  Your doctor can phone us when you nend a  medicine. We will constantly .endeavor to keep  abreast of the expanding activities in the field  of pharmacy ��� in this era of great change. We  pledge at all times to be in the position .to offer the finest of pharmaceutical services.  THIS  WATER  WISE!  \-  KRUSE DRUG STORES Ltd.  Rae W. Kruse  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2023 - 885-2134  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists  rhr y r  ���'fl*--*W?t:lf-7i ' ^A^^'h AA ^:v;;|BjiP  kk>"k-k;'--k.V .".-k ,"{^'Wfr.^ry ' Vvv*- ���'?*���'* +1   A.st  _uu_*v.-��-  "I'll be over-after I do my banking!''  Nowadays it's natural for the lady of the house to  do much of the family banking, because it's so  convenient to look after money matters at one place  ���the local chartered bank, an all-round banking  service-centre.  This busy homemaker is dn her way to deposit  part of her husband's salary in their savings  account, cash a cheque on their joint chequing  account, and pay the monthly instalment on a  personal loan. All this taken care of under one  roof���quickly, easily, simply. ^  Any bank service you use is asi introduction to  many others. And the chartered banks are always  on the lookout for new ways to be helpful to more  people. Good reason why the number of deposit  accounts has doubled to 14 million in just 10 years,  and 3,500 new accounts are being opened every  banking day.  THE CHARTERED fcANKS SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY  through full-range banking responsive to growing, changing needs eTHEUP?mitO0^RA$HVIlU.fS0<ESS��l  'A   Read��� Ephesiansyk25r32 ;   x_,  Wherekthe Spirit''of' the^Lora^  is, there  is  liberty.   (II Corinthians 3:17.) . ���.,/       'X-'-A". A...yx  My country ; hais ybeen ^Uying  through moments of worry and  fearj' of weeping and desperation. We Jhave>been living in the  hope that .theipeoplefwill regain  their liberty!; after three decades  of repression; "X Young people  have    faced    the hard circum-  Sechelt  Beauty, Salon  Ph. 885-9525  ~    -    HAIRSTYLING  designed just, for you  TJues.' to Sat.  COLDWAVING ��� COLORING  Jt.  .1   ��� .; v vw   *'  stances and offered their lives  on the alter of freedom for  their .country. Many young liyes  have been blotted duty  ������ Upon contemplating these sad  scenes, I thought of Christ's  sacrifice of Himself upon the  cross. He died to: free the world  of Satan's oppression and,to. free  man from sin and :;4ts- terrible  consequences. ���'���> ���  ���; This world is full of injustices,  of personal ambitions, of base  and selfish desireskBut true  freedom^ is ^npt gained by arms  and instruments Zpt' war, nor in  the bloody struggles of men who;,.,  like beasts, endeavor to destroy,  one another.       kf , .y  k. Those; of us who bayeyexperience iin f these . things have learn-  ed that only where the Spirit of  the Lord dwells can there be  liberty. Freedom is obtained by  the heart that seeks the Lord  sincerely and wholeheartedly.  Prayer: O Lord, * we thank  Thee for the liberty Thou givest  us through Christ, our beloved  Redeemer. We pray that Thy  spirit may dwell in us so that  we may possess that liberty to'  ���which Thou hast called us. We  ask in Christ's name. Amen.  Thought for the day: The  closer, to Christ we are, the  freer we become. ��� Nicolas  Obispo Perez (Dominican Republic)  Teenage problems  (By CD. SMITH)  MICKEY COE  Bus. AM. 6-7111  Res. BR.   7-6497  Brown Brothers Motors  41st & Granville  Vancouver 13, .B.C.  I   IRmSH COLUMBU SAKft COOHaTI  X^J^:XXA:A::  GUARDIAN HUGH SAYS:      k  Lower your  speed  when you.  drive, at night. Never drive, at fa:  speed beyond what your lights  reveal as a ��� safe stopping; dis-^  tance. .You'might suddenly come"  on ah' unexpected obstacle, a  stalled ear orf truck, for instance, f 0f r''*;a"~prior accident.  Even the": most efficient high-  beam headlights do not give the  same' clear vision - of the road  ahead that ypu get in clear daylight driving. Be sure to shift  your lights to low beam when  approaching other cars on ��� the  highWayf , ���������: ;'.���':  Change in name  As   approved... at   an .annual  shareholders y meeting _pn   April  30 the  company name of Shell .  Oil Company of Canada; Limit- '  ed   changes   to   Shell   Canada  Limited   effective   July 2. This  change * is made in the interests  of brevity,   avoidance  of confusion   with.  Shell   Oil   Company,  New   York., The* company also.:  deals with more activities than  those described in the old name.  "L_4_��r  THE   WEEK'S   LETTER:    "I  like a boy who is four years  older than myself. My mother  and father do not like him. They  say he is too old for me and ������will  only bring me trouble. But; really, he's a very nice boy. I like  him' very much. Do you think  I should try to please my parents, or keep liking. him (and  stay happy). Please answer' as  soon as possible."  OUR REPLY: Ypu suggest  that you can cease to like this  boy with the ease of turning off'  a dripping faucet. Such is; not  possible. If you think this boy  is a nice, boy, if you like him,  ���you' will continue to like him  until something happens to.  make you do.otherwise.  Your parents , cannot "make"  you stop liking anyone. You cannot "make" yourself dislike  someone if you have no reason  for. disliking them.  What you must do is to consider the fact that your parents  have your best interest at heart  and they have a great responsibility and obligation to 'bring  you properly to maturity ��� to  teach, guide,. train and, when  necessary, to forbid. When parents forbid, you ni'ust obey.  ��� Four "years is not a great difference where the ages of adults  are concerned. Teens are something else. Think about these  combinations for a moment: a  sixteen year old boy dating a  twelve year old -girl: a seventeen year old dating a thirteen  year old; eighteen and fourteen;  etc. .. ;."���..���'������  These combinations sound  much worse than 22-18, 23-19, 24-  20, don't they?  Coast News, July 11,   1963.       3  ,  Finally, consider this: naturally,; it pleases your- parents when  you do the right thing. Why? Because they feel more certain of  your future, comfort and well  being.  If you have a teenage problem you want to discuss, or an  observation to make, address  your letter to FOR AND ABOUT  TEENAGERS. ��� Coast News.  S^  'ft.  S  TOWING SERVICE  Peninsula Motors  . A'    Ltd.    -;.  Phone  DAYS - 885-2111  NITES ~ 885-2155  i    _. rf- * sjk.. *.V      .�� -.  m*  if*''\UJi  i.'.iii.ii'ui- V.v ii;i*�� J...ji ^'���v.  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  Dealers for PM Canadien, McCulloch and Homelite Chain Saws  A Complete Stock of Machines  and Parts for Maintenance  .  and Repairs., *.-,,._ ���-���- .  Telephone 885-9521'  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  at.  Jay-Bee Furniture' and   -  Appliance Store  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps '\  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  'k Concrete-Vibrator-' - --  Phone 886-2040  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties  Canada Permanent Mortgage  Corp.       '- '"yffky,  apply  Charles English   Ltd.  representative  Gibsons k 886-2481  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S-  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS  P.O. Box 37,  Gibsons  1334 West Pender St j,  Vancouver, 5 Ph/MU 4-3611  COLES IRON WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  RAILINGS & POSTS  Fire screens  & accessories  Custom Furniture,  Patios  Fibneglass awnings  Phone 886-9842  Open evenings and weekends  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886 9543  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY  & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating* *  Radios, Appliances,  TV Service  Hoover Vacuum Cleaners  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer    Phone 886-9325  BACKHOE and LOADER-  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates ; ;  AlSO A X/AAXXAy  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.   KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826  X.     C & S SALES  For all your heating  f      requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  kk   PROPANE  ;��� Also Oil Installation  ;       "Free estimates  '������' Furniture   *   "'"    ..-.,..������  Phone  885-9713 :'  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway.  Roomy Parking, Plenty of Water  Large recreation area  Bus passes park site  ��� fyJ:V ff^Ptoire.88^M26.y-;'  '*        MOVING & STORAGE  REID'S  WORLD WIDE MOVING  Long distance moving anywhere  in B.C., Canada & U.S.A.  --   "      A Complete Service  886-2192 MU 3-1393  ' Gibsons .Vancouver  992 Powell St.  PENINSULA     PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLIES/  Formerly'Rogers Plumbing    7  cor. Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  SALES AND SERVICE  Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  : Free "Estimates  k,      ,;k Phong, 886-9533     ......  ���  GIBSONS   ROOFING  Ph. 886-9880  TAR & GRAVEL  also  DUROID ROOFING  MASONS GARAGE  Dunlop tires & accessories  Electric welding;   >  Wheel balancing  Truck and car repairs  NORTH ROAD ��� GIBSONS      <  ���: y f   Ph. 886-2562   y       ';.���  See us for all your knitting requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353  OPTQMETRIST  FRANK A. DECKER  BAL,BLOCK,  GIBSONS  EVERY WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  ~~        SCOWS     ���     LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  ..i,   & Log Towing  Phone 885-4425   TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service '  Richter's Radio - TV  Fine Home' Furnishings  :, Major-Appliances  '..ia-iRecord-Bar .- ~.    > .--  Phone 885-9777   Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for*the Sechelt ,  -- Peninsula - - *  Phone 886-2200     .  Hill's Machine Shop        '  Cold yWeldf,ProcessXXA Ax*. A  Engine Block: Repairs  Arc, Acy Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-7721 Res.  886-9956  now re-sched_!ed  A:__ special:, commemorative  postage stamp ... honoring . Sir  Martin Frobisher will be releas-  ed for sale on August 21 instead  of July 29 as previously, announced. ' Hon. Azellus Drnis,  postmaster general announces.   ,  (The issue dates of two . other  stamps will be affected by the  change.  A  stamp to ��� mark the;  Postal    Bicentennial, - origihally  scheduled for .release on August  23, will now be released on Sep--  tember 25. The new regular 15  Cents air mail stamp which was-  to be released on. September 30;  will be issued;on October 30-   r  Mr.  Denis   explained that   he  had set back the release date 'of,  the stamp to August 21 in order  that the Frobisher stamp could  be placed on sale at the time  of "Passage 7" a proposed motor vessel trip which was- to enter, many- areas opened, original- _  ly  by; Frobisher's. explorations.  The-voyage has now been postponed until. 1864.-,  ?The   postmaster   general   ex-  'plained that..cancellation of the  voyage came too late to let the  stamp schedule stand as previously announced.  GIBSONS  Will close July 15 to July 31  inclusive for Staff Holidays  BIG PAYROLL  .Statistics for 1960 show that  the forest industries provided  employment for 300,241 workers  who earned a total of $1,226,000,-  000 in salaries and wages.  er fluid.  HOUSEHOLD GOODS  Mrs. Drew's Residence  Marine Drive, Gibsons  WEB7 JULY 17 - 2 p.  r kW.kTweedly, Auctioneer  I & 5 TRANSPORT  ��� LTD.-:;; off  *      ' Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight Service to  Vancouver  Local & long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery  service  Lowbed hauling    y  What do you mean  a retirement income  I can't outlive?  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING ���  PLUMBING^  Complete installation  Quick efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  NORM BURTON  Your Odd' Job Man       ; '  Carpentry Work; House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid, etc.  Res., Pratt Rd.,  Gibsons  Phone 886-2048  STOCKWELL & SONS  ��� f    LTD; ��� f���       A!  x  Box' 66, Sechelt. Ph. 885-4488,for  Bulldozing,   Backhoe. and  front  end . loader. work.  Screened; > ce-  .ment gravel; fill and road graveL  SHERIDAN TV  SALES AND  SERVICE ,  SEWING MACHINE  RADIO ~ APPLIANCES  ��� Ph. 885-2058 ��� Res. 885-9534  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  : >-^-and jewelry "* n  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given P-rompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  Permanent Life Insurance provides pensions that have a lifetime guarantee  When you own permanent Life Insurance you can plan on retirement with absolute certainty that the income promised in your  policy will be paid. Permanent Life Insurance values are guaranteed. All the amounts are carefully set'out right; there in your  policy. The amount of protection is there, the Cash Values are  listed���clearly stating the monetary worth of your savings investment for years to come. There is rh6 guesswork, no speculation.  These are safeguards no other long-term savings plan can offer.  L-363C  THE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES IN CANADA Coast News,  July 11, 1963.  S;P.dA_    NOTES    |  (886-9394)  Don't forget ....  LEAVE WILD  BABIES ALONE  IN MOST CASES THEIR  MOTHERS WILL TAKE  CARE  OF THEM  SECHELT THEATRE  Sat., Mon., Tues., July 13, 15, 16,  Maurice  Chevalier  and Angie  Dickenson in  JESSICA (Adult)  (Technicolor)  Starts 8 p.m., Out 10:10 p.m.  DOUBLE FEATURE  Wed., Thurs., Fri., July 17, 18, 19  Bill Travers,   William  Sylvester  GORGO  (Technicolor)  Peter Cushing, Francis Mathews  THE REVENGE OF  FRANKENSTEIN  ' (Technicolor)  Starts 8 p.m.,  Out 10:45 p.m.  C  R  E  A  T  E  D  JUST  FOR  YOU  A LUSTROUS NEW PERM  CUT & SET, COLOR  COSMETICS  CONDITIONING  TREATMENTS  GIBSON GIRL  BEAUTY CENTRE  SEASIDE PLAZA ��� GIBSONS  886-2120 ��� CLOSED MON.  ROBERTS CREW  (By MADGE NEWMAN)  Mrs. A. M. Harper of Shasta  Lodge, New Brighton, has been  the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.  Cumming. At Shasta Lodge,  Mrs. Harper entertained Miss  Mabel Blackley of Vancouver,  and .Mr. and Mrs. A. E. E.  Blackburn of Old Barns/Nova  Scotia. Old Barns is said to owe  its name to two old barns left  standing when the town was  burned and the Arcadians expelled.  Barbara, Reg. and Laurie  Henafry, and Carolyn Mallory,  all of Vancouver, are spending  ���summer vacation with their  grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T.  S. Mallory.  There is plenty of activity at  Mrs. Helen Lau's seaside property these days. Her guests are  her daughter, Mrs. Chapelle,  and family; the Ken Rhymers,  George Rayners, A. Johnsons,  R. Carters and H. Irons.  Mr.  and Mrs. E.   Shaw have  returned to Roberts Creek from  a visit with their son, Edward  - and   family,   at   theirf home at  Bridge     Lake.     Accompanying  them were Mr.  Shaw's  sisters,  Mrs.   G.  Macfarlane  and   Mrs.  P.    Cambourne   and Mr.   Cam-  bourne. They were, later joined  by the  Shaw's  daughters, Mrs.  A. White and Mrs. J. Matthews  and families., During their stay.  Edward rounded up his herd for  the    first    branding of calves.  Neighboring cattlemen came to  take part, as is the custom of  the country, and whin the job  was done, remained to partake  of a smorgasbord at which there  were some 50 guests. The young  Shaws,    formerly    of    Gibsons,  have completed their first year  on their cattle ranch. *  DAVIS BAY  Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Sinclair of Davis Bay had Mrs.  Sinclair's two nieces up for a  week's visit from Vancouver,  Misses Kathie Dennis and Patricia Calangis.  Coming up for a week's visit  this week will be Mr. Sinclair's  sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.  Ted Urquhart, Lynda and and  Brenda, of Vancouver.  JOBIES RAFFLE  Job's Daughters raffle was  drawn on Sat., June 29 and the  first prize, a clock radio, was won  by Mrs. A. Stavdahl, Porpoise  Bay Road, Sechelt. Second went  to Miss Karen Hansen of Gibsons  and was an afghan.'  TEA UNDER THE TREES  2 to 6 P.m. DAILY ��� HOPKINS LANDING  LISSI LAND FLORISTS  Potted Gloxineas and Cut Flowers  Jean and Bill Lissiman ��� Ph. 886~9345  1963 EVINRUDES  PICK YOUR POWER  pick your FEATURES  pick your PRICE  **��  Ten models, seven sixes, 3 to 75 hp.  NEW, deluxe, Push-Button Evintudof.  NEW, high performance Offshore modeff*.  NEW, compact, Ali-Purposo middleweight*���.  NEW, handy fake-Along motors.  EXTRA  BIG FALL TRADE-IN  ALLOWANCES NOW IN  EFFECT!  TRADE NOW! SAVE NOW!  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS  (1957V   LTD.  SECHELT ��� Ph. 885-2111  By JACK DAVISkMP.  Coast-Capilano Constituency  A federal-provincial conference  to talk about more: equitable  programs of social welfare measures both now and in the, future will be held soon, f   ��� '���������  Prime Minister Pearson -has  proposed the meeting in a letter  to provincial premiers which, he  tabled in the Commons recently.  Top item on the agenda will  be the Canada pension plan,  which is now oh the commons  order paper in resolution form!.  Mr. Pearson told the,premiers  that he would suggest the earliest possible date which- was  convenient for a meeting of welfare ministers, or other ministers designated by the premiers.  The conrerence proposed by  Mr. Pearson will range over the  whole field of modern welfare  measures but will centre on  three aspects ��� survivor benefits under, the proposed federal  plan * present federal-provincial  shared programs for the aged,  blind and disabled, and the question of Ontario-type portable  pension plans.  - The provinces will be asked to  give their consent or an amendment of the British North America Act which would enable the  federal government to pay pension benefits to widows below  pension age, orphans and dis-  bled persons.  Consent for such a- BNA  amendment was obtained by the  former Conservative government from nine of the ten pro  vinces. Quebec asked to see the  plan in detail before giving consent.  In his letter to the premiers,  Mr. Pearson said benefits under  the new federal plan would be  "generous" and' that "there  would be an important place for  private   pension  arrangements."  Discussion of i the position of  federal employees, workers in  companies under federal jurisdiction, and reciprocal arrangements to make pensions portable are involved.  While preparations are being  made for the conference, which  will be separate from the federal-provincial tax conference  the Pearson, government will.be  passing its $10 increase in old  age pensions. An extension of  earlier Liberal legislation this  arrangement can be made without any reference to the provinces whatsoever.  -   t    DOG,; CAT jSHOWS  ���-��   '    A -,;" - ' ���  *> -'  Premiums, lists fand' entry forms  for the annual Pacific National  Exhibition Cat and Dog Show  will be available July 20. Entries close August 6 for the  shows and competitions during  the Aug. 17 - Sept 2 Fair.  jmmmmummmimmaVMaMaa^  "blatchford Vwarn  Sand, gravel, fill and chicken  / manure for sale  Driveway" grading and  landscaping  Phone 886-2681 or 886-2135  BOTH AT SAME SCHOOL  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of  Vancouver, formerly of Otley,  Yorkshire, England, visited Mr.  and Mrs. Harry Winn, Gibsons,  recently. Both men as boys went  to the same school and had not  seen 'each other since 1905 except for' a ten minute chat three  years ago.     . -  ~   KEYS FOUND  Two  keys on a ring found in  Gibsons Laundromat have  been  , turned in at the Coast News office where the owner can claim  them.  Tasella Shoppe  FAMILY SHOPPING CENTRE  Dresses^ (^  Swim suits, Slacks;^  Yardgpdds, 0  SECHELT, B.C. ��� Ph- 885-9331  OAPO   PICNIC  Thurs., July 18 - 8 a.m.  TO CULTUS LAKE AND CHILLIWACK  Tickets: $3 to members ��� ?Mo non-members  To Book Tickets: Phone 886-2338  Sunshine past Service Ltd.  formerly  Totem Collision of Gibsons  NEW LOCATION HIGHWAY 101  at WILSON CREEK  OPEN 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.  "ZZ" .WEEKDAYS "u'k  1 to 6p.m^ SUNDAYS  WATCH FOR THE OFFICIAL OPENING DATE  \._ / Phone 885 4466. --kk^;: A  TIME1  Hey pardher .. m  long-neck beer bottles 'round YOUR  place. They're worth a reward to  you. Better get moviii', though...  only the space-saving compact  bottle will continue to be refundable  o  THE BREWING INDUSTRY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  " This advertisement Is not published or displayed by fhe Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia ^ yCOmi^y^yj^S^  ��g?,-.;-.-;rYK  .  Bingo!   Bingo!   Bingo!    Monday,:  v8 ':p;m>,y Legion' HallkGibsons.  July 20,1:. Roberts-' Creek' Legion  Garden Party, Cumming Home;  BeachfAye., 2p,m. 11 -   ��� ; v y  ��� Aug; Aj; Jcjbie:; and'DeMolay Family picnic at Roberts Creek Com...  raunity park.1; Siiiiday, 1 p.m.  DEATHS Zx-Z,. XX':'X4:yAxAX  CULLEN ��� Passed away July 4,  1963, Edith Lillian Cullen of Irvines Landing, B.C. Survived by  1 daughter, Mrs. Marion, Magill,  Ont.; 1 son. Funeral service was  held Mon., July8 from Harvey  Funeral Home, Gibsons; B;C,  Rev. Denis F. Harris officiated.  Interment Seaview Cemetery.  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME, directors*0 XAil.  FLORISTS: ; " ; : ;. . ._.       .  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345, Hopkins  'Landing.""::'  ���: 'Fibbers fdrf all ''occasions.  Eldred's  Flower   Shop,   Sechelt.  Phone 885-4455      f      "    ,  ' LQST k ��� ��� , xX/xAlAyy.. xx-.. '���!.  Would the person who removed  the wallet from a boat in Gibsons, Sun., July 7, please return  the papersfto Ronaldf Cole, R;R1  1/Gibsons.''f'f fk'kf   X   y'f   Z^A'x^  HELP WANTED  Housekeeper wanted, light housework, care of 2 children, live in,  5' day week, older woman or active pensioner preferred. Phone  885-9374 after 6:30.  WORK WANTED  Young lady desires work of any  kind. Box 678, Coast News.  ROTOTILIJNG ��� field or garden  POWER RAKING ��� lawns  HEDGE CLIPPING  PLOWING ;  MOWING ��� field or lawnf  LIGHT BLADE WORK  PAINT SPRAYING  ROY BOLDERSON 885-9530 eves.  Carpentry    work   of  any  kind,,  roofing and chimney,  basement'  water  proofing, painting.  Phone  886-9349.  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  '51 Morris Oxford, $125. Phone  886-2481.  WANTED TO/RENT  M  WANT TO BE A  HAPPIER DRIVER?   BUT A NEW CAB KO**T  DIB A LOV-COST L-FE-INSUBED  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  Nashua Mobile Home. 10' x 40'.  As new. Make us an offer. Phone  886-9333.  BOATS, MARINE  For cash. Fully equipped 21 foot  Chris-Craft cabin cruiser, 135 hp.  Chris-Craft inboard engine, including Seagull outboard, and  dinghy. Will go at $2500. Open for  inspection. Redroofs. Phone 885-  9328.  13 ft. speedboat, 15 hp. Johnson,  $50 down, $400 full price. Phone  886-2481.  Now on display CENTURY 1963  JET outboards. Small, light and  powerful, compact and  easy  to  handle.  WALT NYGREN SALES LTD.  Ph. 886-9303.  35 ft. mahogany built boat with  fibreglass bottom, remote controls, steering, windshield, 'oars.'.:  Factory built trailer suit abeve  boat. 16 hp. Mercury engine (top  condition) Above items all in  beautiful condition. Ph. 884-5344.,  New 12 ft. outboard fishing boat,  $235., Marshall Wells Store, Sechelt. Phone 885-2171.  'fk - ' y^GffiSONSyf-ry f.;  View Home ��� Fully modern 6  year old bungalow" on beautifully landscaped lot. Living room 12  x 17 feet with picture window;  Pembroke bathroom,. large utility  ' 'room, attached carport. Full  price  $7,900.  .;,., 2fBedroom, full bsmt. -���,.Mod-  : ern, fully serviced home in choice  residential area close to beach.  Living room 12 x 20 feet. Arborite electric kitchen: Pembroke  bathroom: Extra finished room in  bsmt. Full price $8,750 Terms.  GOWER POINT  Waterfront Bungalow ��� Fully  serviced 3 bedroom home. Living  room 15 x 17 feet with brick fireplace and beamed ceiling. 90 feet  frontage with safe beach. Full  price $7,000 easy terms.  2 bedroom, full bsmt. ��� Fully  serviced home on large, landscaped lot in lawn, shrubs, flow-:  ers and fruit trees. Large bright  kitchen. Living room 15 x 18 feet,  4 pee Pembroke bathroom. Full  price $6,500 with easy terms.  ^Waterfront Lots i��� -Adjoining  lots, Xlevel from roady to beach  with seclusion arid shade trees.  Ideal for summer or "retirement  living. Full price $4,450 each.  Acreage ��� 10 acre block' with  660 feet road frontage: View property, nicely treed. Full price  only $3,000  terms.  SELMA PARK  Waterfront��� Fully modern 2  bedroom home on % acre treed  lot with panoramic view and  frontage on fine gravel beach  Panelled living room with rock  fireplace. Vanity bathroom, extra room off sunpbrch. Full price  $10,750 Terms.  PENDER HARBOUR  Waterfront lots ��� For boat  owners and fishermen. 80 x 300  feet with perfect year round sheltered moorage and fishing at its  best. Full price $3,000 with easy  terms.  Call ��� Frank Lewis at Gibsons  office, 886-9900 (24 hrs.) or Morton Mackay, Res. 886-7783.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GIBSONS   ; and    BURQUITLAM  Gibsons ��� $1500 down. 3 bedroom home, central, full price,  $6500.  Fully serviced lot at Hopkins,  $300 down.  Terrific Value ��� 7 acres, wooded, Creek, $5000 on terms.  Two miles from Gibsoris centre,  over 5 acres, V/2 cleared. One  bedroom house, barn, good well.  Only -$4200. v  FOR THE CHOICE  . PROPERTIES CONTACT  K.   BUTLER  REALTY  .;;:*;; INSURANCE  Box 23- Gibsons B.C.  Phone 886-2000  SOAMES POINT ��� 113' wft.  with good 2 bdr. home. 1.5 acres,  privacy: Don't miss this chance  to acquire property in this choice  location. $9,500 ori easy terms.  First time offered, right in the  heart of Gibsons, view, LR 15 x  24, 2 bdrs, elec water tank, $8500  on terms.  LOW  DOWN   PAYMENT���2.98  acres, spacious 4 room house, fuh  pern  plumbing, good water supply. This is a comfortable clea.v  house,  good  value $7,200.  Cosy 3 rooms for a couple ���  full plumbing, -elec heat, . tiled  ilbors, nice garden. All for only  $5250   cash.  PHONE 886-2191  "A Sign of Service"  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT Ltd.  REAL ESTATE &  INSURANCE  Gibsons .. ,        Sechelt  (R. F. Kennett ��� Notary Public)  Bargains for the  shrewd  buyer  Wilsori Creek'waterfront, 2 bed-  rm: furnished summer home. Sun-  deck. Lease lot. $3500 F.P.  35' trailer, Selma Park, Full  length canopy, work shop. Landscaped lease lot.f$3500 F.P.  2.07 acres, 185' ori S.C. highway  Year round watery supply. $1950  F.P.  5.09 acres, 3 rm. house.. Small  cabin, year round creek. Close  to Sechelt.'^$4400 F.P.  2   bedrm   modern   home  plus  large truss built shop: Ideal for  boat   builder.    Close   to    Silvery  Sands. Lovely garden, fruit trees.  Year  round trout stream.   $8500.  fp. ������' '��� ":. "���     '��������� .    ].:A  2 90' waterfront lots. Safe anchorage in   Gunboat  Bay.   Good Z_  access by road.  $3400 and $3800  f.p. v      .    :;_  80'   waterfront,   cottage^  West  2 bedroom home in the Gibsons  area, wired fdr electric range.  Phorie 886^2252 after 5 p.m.  ROOM AND BOARD  Have room and board for 1 or 2  -vorking Men. Lucy Peterson, Ph.  886-2181.  REAL ESTATE WANTED  Fresh or; salt water acreage accessible by road. M: Love, 10431  S.E. 23rd. Bellevue, Wash.  1 Gibsons ��� Sechelt property wanted ��� Cash  Buyers ��� Deals financed  ���  Charles   Steele,   Pioneer Realtor, 1325 Kingsway, Vancouver 10. TR 4-1611.  'BUILDING   MATERIALS  New price of cement is $1.60 per  bag. Enquiries welcomed. Open  7 days a'week. Simpkins Place,  Davis  Bay.  Sechelt.   Over   one   acre,  well. $6500  F.P.  Good  '".-��� Modern bungalow on y2 acre  of level parklike grounds. All electric -heat: full price only $9,500.  'V.yZ ������;.������:.-', '���:;���'  "'Keats  Island. Fully  furnished  f cottage, living room, kitchen, %  bedrooms,   sundeck   overlooking  Gibsoris.  Shared  wharf.  A steai  at $4,850.  Cottage, 100' waterfront, Franklin Road. Particulars on request.  EWART McMYNN  REAL  ESTATE &  INSURANCE  Marine   Drive,   Gibsons  Phones:   886-2166,   Res.   886-2500  Wilson Creek: Waterfront lots.  Ideal Summer home sites. Under  lease. Safe, level beach. ,$1,000  and $1200 resp.  Bargain Harbour:  3 bdrm, 1200  .sq.   ft.   ranch   style   waterfront  home. Built for year  round living. Safe anchorage. $14,700, easy  terms.  Drop in our Sechelt. office  to'.  discuss these or other good buys  on the Sunshine Coast.  Sargent Bay: 100' waterfront,  1.24 acres. Furnished summer  home. Boat included. Best fishing  area on Sunshine Coast. Private  Road. $7900 Full price. Some  terms.  SALESMEN  ���Jack Anderson 885-9565     .  John Goodwin 885-4461 .  Bob Kent 885-4461.  H. 6. DUFFY, AGENT  formerly  T. E.  DUFFY, AGENT  SECHELT   REALTY  and INSURANCE AGENCIES  Phone 885-2161, Box 155, Sechelt.  Real choice waterfront properties in Selma Park and Davis Bay  priced to sell.  Nice lots in Porpoise Bay and  Sechelt. y  Forty acres and home in West  Sechelt. '   '���'x'-�����    -  Nice 2 bedroomed home on  highway West Sechelt at a bargain price, low down payment.  Several other nice properties.  from Roberts Creek to Pender?*  Harbour.  Pender Harbour: 203' water-  frontage, close to govt, wharf,  deep water, power and phone available.   F.P.  $4450, good terms.  Drop in our Sechelt office or  Phone 885-2065 office, or  y  Eves.:  E. Surtees 885-9303  C. E. King, 885-2066 i  R. J. Donley, 8854470.  AGGETT AGENCIES Ltd.  PENINSULA PROPERTIES  Homes - Waterfront . Acreage -,,  Business  property  Building contracts  Mortgages  Sub-division consultants  TERRACE HEIGHTS ?  Choice view lots with all village  facilities, priced from $1,900 to  $2,500. $500  down.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE        INSURANCE  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS,   B.C. PH.  886-2481  PROPERTY FOR SALE  Waterfront,   4   deluxe   lots   and :  home, 14 acres,  part or parcel.  Welcome Beach.   Apply Willard  c/o Cooper's Store, Redroofs or  "  WA 2-8336.  Modern 3 bedroom home with  carport on 2 acres, West Sechelt.  Reasonable.  885-9978;  Porpoise Bay, 6 acres, all year  creek, park like,  3 room house *  2 miles from Sechelt. $4,000. Ph.  885-2289.   . ^ , _____.  Approximately !*/_ acres good  view property with water, and  near good beach. Phone 886-9813.  Lovely "revenue home and cabin  on choice south view waterfromt-  age, with good beach, near Gibsons. Requires $15,000 to handle.  Box 675, Coast News.  Choice south view acreage with  stream, close to good beach area.  , Substantial discount for cash. Ph.  886-9813.  FOR RENT  3 bedroom bungalow, modern,  private wharf, $50 per month.  Phone 886-9612.  Cottage for rent, Roberts Creek.  Phone   886-2666.  JOHN DEKLEER  BUILDING ��� CONTRACTING  Wilson Creek, B.C.  PHONE 885-2050  MISC. FOR  SALE  ;. Seymour oil stove, $90; Fawcett  f oil' heater,   $10;    both  excellent  condition. 886-9952, Mrs. Jackson,  Hall Road, Roberts Creek.  �� small Scuba  diving tanks and  ( regulator. Phone 885-9528.  1 used oil range  1 used Leonard electric range  ' 1 used Propane range  1 used 21" TV  2 used washing machines  AH good value  MARSHALL WELLS STORE  Phone .Sechelt 885-2171  .  A 1-Thistle baby buggy and cover;  ' 1 12 hr. DeVilleiss vaporizer. Ph.  886-2477.  i ' "  Rotary lawn mower, cost $65, just  -  like new, $35. W. Graham, Pratt  Rd., Phone 886-9560.  Single bed,, spr.   fill, matt.;   21"  ,. G.E. TV; chests of drawers. All  cheap. 885-9978.  Moffatt electric range, excellent  condition. Phone 886-2402 or 884-  5310. ���;-.-������  Ladies lovely wardrobe, size 14  to 16, never worn in Gibsons.  Also child's wardrobe, infants to  2 years. Beautiful 3 pee pirik or^  ion pile coat,, hat and pants, size  2. Sacrifice prices. Phone 886-  2798.  Extra special this week only.  Cast iron Bar-B-Qs, 7 in stock,  prices cut, making way for new  stock.**  "'���"'    Earl's, 886-9600  Westinghouse automatic washer,  $25;.single bed spring, $5. Apply  R. Brodie, Point road, Hopkins  Landing.  Beatty washing machine^ good  order, $30; approximately 36 sq.  ft. of ceramic bathroom floor tile.  Phone 886-9580.  SPEEDBOAT, $2200  18 ft. Sangstercraft powered  with 135 hp. Chrysler Crown  Special. Speed 25 to 30 mph.  Fresh water cooling. Excellent  camp tender or small water  taxi.  Original cost $5,000.  17 ft. PLYWOOD RUNABOUT  Fibreglass bottom, with 25 hp.  Elto. Complete $600, or boat  $500, engine $150.  D8-D7 CARCO ARCH  with good Trackson crawler  tracks, $2000.  HUBER ROAD MAINTAINER  grader blade and front end  bucket. Vancouver price on  this machine would be $1800.  First cash offer over $1,000  takes it.  SLADEY LOGGING LTD.  j   Madeira Park, Phone 883-2233  Mushroom Manure  Non-Acid Topsoil  Weedless, odorless,  easy to handle, general purpose humus fertilizer, ideal for lawn dressing or  base, large and small fruits, vege  tables and flowers. Ph. 886-9813.  YOUR DOLLAR HAS  MORE  CENTS  AT  EARL'S  &  WALT'S  886-9600  &  886-9303  Now taking orders .for strawberries. Orders filled in sequence as  received. Price 30c lb. Orders  also for jam at 25c. Risbey, Mason Road, West Sechelt. 885-9614.  or 885-2109.  MISC. FOR SALE (Cont'd)  180 amp. Marquette AC welde*'  complete with cables, helmet,  etc. $195. Haddock's at Pender,  SS3-2248.   - \    .  Used electric and. gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales,  Phi. 885-97t13,   Sechelt.  WANTED "���.::'!  13 or 14 ft. fibreglass runabout  boat without motor. Ph. 886-2520.  Ceinent mixer. F. Freyer, Phone  886-9323.  MONEY- FOR SCRAP  Will.pay y2c per lb. for scrap me-  tali;-60c each for car batteries;  12c per lb. for copper, brass, radiator cores.. No car bodies  v please. Open 7 days a week. Simp  kins Place, Davis Bay.  Timber wanted  Will buy  timber  or timber and  land, Cash. Phone 886-9984.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  HYDROPURE water sterilizer,  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and stump blasting. RiR. 1, Sechelt.  Phone  885-9510.  For guaranteed watch and  jewelry repairs, see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  WATKINS PRODUCTS  W. H. Kent, Gibsoris, 886-9976  AUTOMATIC LAWNMOWER  SHARPENING  Lawnmowers   and   other garden  tools. Leave at Benner Bros, store  Sechelt.  Ervin Benner, 885-2292  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, ori bus stop.  885-9778  Evenings by Appointment  ROBERTS CREEK  CREDIT UNION  Sechelt', B.C.  Phone 885-9551  Serving Gibsons through to  Halfmoon Bay  Membership enquiries welcome  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY &  DRY CLEANING  FUR STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts   Creek,   Gibsons  and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  Tree falling, topping or removing lower limbs for view. Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender_.Harbour. . Phone  886-9946, Marven Volen.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP       "  Lucky  Number  July. 6 ��� 45404, Blue  RAY  NEWMAN PLUMBING  & HEATING  Phone 886-9678  WATER PUMPS  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  Used furniture, or what have  ypu? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone 886-  2179 or write Box 588, Coast  2179 or write Box 462, Gibsons.  TIMBER CRUISING  K.   M.   Bell,   1975   Pendrell   St.,  Vancouver 5, Ph. 685-6863.  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick  and stonework���Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734  Watch Repairs  & JEWELRY  MARINE  MEN'S  WEAR  Ph.  886-2116,   GIBSONS  FUELS  COAL & WOOD  Alder $10  Maple, $12  Fir $12 delivered  Bone dry old growth fir, $14  DRUMHELLER HARD COAL  $32 ton, %TC y2 ton, $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per box  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  We deliver anywhere   on the  Peninsula. For prices phone  886-9002  Ray Newman, Plumbing, Ph.  886-9678. 1963 Beatty pumps  and water systems. $50 trade  in on your old pump.  Alder and maple $8 per load;  Fir $10 per load delivered. Terms  cash. Apply Wyton, 886-2441;  Alder,  Maple, $7   load  Fir $9 a load,  delivered  Credit available  Phone 886-9380  Coast News, July ��� 11, 1963.       .5  Cbufch SeFvices  ANGLICAN  St. Aldan's, Roberts Creek  9:45 a.m., Holy Communion  Church of His Presence, Redroofs  11 a.m., Holy Communion  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsoris  11:15 a.m., Matiris  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  7:30 p.m.,  Evensong  UNITED  Gibsons  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m., Divine Service  RobertsvCreek  2 p.rii.,  Divine Service  Wilson Creek  3:30 p.m., Afternoon Service  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church Service 9:15 a:m.  1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays  Anglican,; Service 7:30 p.m.  1st Sunday of" each month  Anglican  Communion   9:30   a.m  3rd Sunday of each menth  BAPTIST      k  Bethel Baptist, Sechelt  11:15 a.m.��wdrehip Semce  7:30 p.m.|y :WedMyPiayer  Calvary Baptist, Gibsons  7:30 p.m., Evening Service  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs.  ST. VINCENT'S  Holy. Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary,  f Gibsons, 10:30 a.m.  PENTECOSTAL  Gibsons  11 a.m., Devotional  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Tues., 7:30 p.m., Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m., Young People  Sat., 7:30 p.m., Prayer  Glad Tidings Tabernacle  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  11 a.m., Morning Worship >  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service .  Tuesday, 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting  Thursday, 7:30 p.m��� Rally  Sechelt News  (By Mrs. A. A. FRENCH)  South Vancouver Branch of  the Canadian Legion will sponsor a sightseeing trip of the  Sunshine Coast for senior Citizens and they will be guests of  Branch 140 for coffee and tea in  the Legion Hall from 12 noon to  2 p.m. on July 21.  . Thirty Girl guides from the  Porpoise Bay fNature Study  group attended a church parade  at St. Hilda's Anglican Church.  The new campsite is on the  "Stockwell property.    ;    -   **  Mr. Harry Batchelor of Selma Park landed a 44% lb. spring  salmon in the vicinity of Nor'  West Bay.  Visiting her aunt Mrs. Harriett  Duffy and grandparents Mr. and  Mrs. M. H. Johnsen, is Mrs.  Sylvia Gjervin with Sandra and  John of Vancouver. :  Mrs. Harry Batchelor celebrating her birthday, was paid a  suprise visit by her father, Jack  surprise visit by her father, Jack \  Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayne  spent a few days in Victoria and  with them was Mrs. Jack Evans  formerly of Sechelt and her  daughter Mrs. Gordon Robinson  of Vancouver.  Mrs. H. Jensen of Vancouver  visiting her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. H.  Stockwell.  Miss Kathie Toynbee of Vancouver is visiting her parents  Mr. and Mrs. John Toynbee.  REMOVE DOORS  Removing the door of an unused refrigerator . when it is  stored or discarded is the only  positive way of insuring the airtight cabinet will not become an  instrument of death,for children,  an official of the Candaian Council of Appliance Manufacturers  warns.  Baby sitters should know  where you are going, and how  to reach you.  INT. FLAT DECK  NEW MOTOR & HOIST  INT. DUMP - 54B  & HOIST BOX  OC3 Oliver Loader  GOOD CONDITION  Sechelt  Building Supplies  Box 224, Sechelt, Ph. 885-9600  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Pump Tank Truck  Tanks Built or Repaired  Drainage Fields Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for Information PLAY IN FRENCH  For the first time, a play in  the French language will be produced for the CBC English television network; The yMoliere  classic, Le Medicin Malgre Lui,  will be: videotaped July 31 in  Montreal, with a cast frorii that  city's famous Theatre du Nouv-  eau Monde. It will be telecast on  CBC-TV's Festival series next  winter.  Elphinstone  SMARTLY DESIGNED FOR SUMMER, LIVING  . .  FOR A SKI OR HUNTING CABIN, TOO  TRY IT  ns  Style Bar  HAIRDRESSING  Sechelt, B.C.  Ph. 885-0944  BEST QUALITY DRESS  AND WORK SHOES  Marine Men's Wear  ���   :��� LTD.  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons  LANDACT  NOTICE  OF  INTENTION  TO  APPLY TO   PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate directly  South of Lot 6860, Group 1, New.  Westminster.  TAKE NOTICE that Ronald  Stanley Fenn of R.R.I Halfmoon  Bay, B.C., occupation logger, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described  lands:-���; >'*���'.  Commencing at a post, planted  in the North-West corner aja-  cent to Lot No. 6860 B.C. Surveyors Post; thence East 10  chains; thence South 10 chains;  thence West 10 chains;. thence  North 10 . chains^ and containing  10 acresfrnore or less. Purpose  for Homesite.  RONALD STANLEY FENN  Dated 20th June, 1963.  LAND ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver, B.C. ��� ahd situate in  Porpoise Bay near Sechelt, B.C.  Take notice that A. Crucil of  Sechelt,   occupation   Logger, intends to apply for a lease of the  . following.described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  N.E. corner Lot 7 D.L. 1438  Plan 7472 thence westerly 250  feet; thence .southerly 600 feet  more or less; thence easterly  250 feet to S.W. corner Lot 9 D.L.  1438 Plan 7472; thence northerly  600 feet approximately and containing 3.4 acres more or less,  for the purpose of booming  grounds.  D. J. ROY, B.C.L.S., Agent.  Dated 24 June, 1963.  Accurate  Complete  News  Coverage  Printed   in  BOSTON  LOS  ANGELES  LONDON  I Year $22    6 Months $11  3 Months $5.50  Cltp thfs advertisement and  return   it  with  your  check  or  money order to:  -  Tht Christian Science Monitor  :   One Norway Street  Again another school year has  ended and each student looks  forward to the summer holidays.  Many junior students have attained enough points to win a  Scholarship or Citizenship flash  or crest. The following is a list  of these junior students.  SCHOLARSHIP  Grade 8 Flash ��� First Class  Honors twice, and Second Class  Honors at least once as a minimum: Connie Warn, Dawn  Chamberlin, Marilyn Macey,  Judy Sigouin, Nicki Wray and  Wendy Inglis.  Honorable Mention ��� First  Class, once and two Second  Class Honors as a minimum:  Merrilee Olson, Christine Hansen, James Duffy, and Lorna  Sneddon.  | Grade 9 Crest ��� First'Class  Honors twice and Second Class  at least once: Gloria Bishop,  Ricky Davey, Johri. Warn,  Michael Willis, Brian Furuya,  and Judy Brown.  Flash-^-For Second Class Hori-  ors Standing: Erica Ball, Linda  Dockar, Ricky Flumerfelt, Carol  Enemark, Gail Swanson, Arlene  Johnson, James Mandelkau, and  Laurel Postlethwaite.  CITIZENSHIP  Grade 8 Flash���Recommenda-  tiori of staff and any club sponsors: Annette Berdahl, Wendy,  Inglis, Heather Patrick, Connie  Warn; Patty Gust, Willow Wingrave, Bernadette Gant, James  Duffy, Merrilee Olson, Lorna  Sneddon, Marilyn Macey, Clyde  Higginson, Ann Fitzsiirimons,  Ann Christiansen, and Linda Solnik.  Grade 9 Crestr-At least 5 G's  on report card and recommendation of at least two people:  Ricky Flumerfelt.  Flash���For pupils who qualify  now but do not have a flash for  . Grade 8: Shirley Fiedler, Laure-  lei Sheridan, and Erica Ball.  JUNIOR TROPHIES,  PRIZES  Grade 8���John Wood Trophy  for the highest aggregate: Connie Warn.  Women's Auxiliary to Canadian Legion, best Grade 8 Social  Studies student, Judy Siguoin.  Headland Service Prize for the  Top Scholar, Judy Siguoin.  . Livingstone   Award,   for best  effort,    Ann    Christiansen    and  Linda Solnik, tie.  Grade  9  ��� Trueman Trophy  for the highest aggregate, none.  Headland   Service   Prize,   for  top scholar, Michael Willis.  Arbutus Rebecca Lodge and  School Board, book award, for  Grade 9 Honor Society Students:  John Warn, Brian Furuya,  Michael Willis, Gloria Bishop,  Ricky Davey and Judy Brown.  This year the Sports awards  for Grade 8's and 9's were given  out on the last day of school.  The following is a list of students who have attained a certain amount of points for flashes  and crests.  Small E Grade 8: Dorcey Lef-.  ler, Ricky Brady, Len Newcon-  ake, Bernadette Gant, Eloise Delong, Willow Wingrave, Thelma '  Volen, Gordie Hauka, Patty  Gust, Connie. Warn, Kirsten  Jorgensen and John Karateew.  Grade 9: Allen Cooper, Garth  Davis, Dave Mcleod, Bill Mason,  Laurael Postlethwaite, ' Gail  Swanson and Doug Carmichael.  Medium E Grade 8: Allan Mc-  Beth, Dave Burritt, and Godfrey  Robinson.  Medium "E Grade 9: Shirley  Fiedler, Alex Skytte, Rocky Zan-  toles, Dave Wilson, Brian Anderson , and Phyllis Emerson.  Don's   Shoe  Store:   Most  promising  jr.   girl athlete.f Kirsten  Jorgenson   and   most promising   ������.  jr.  boy  athlete,  Allan McBeth.  Band Awards for students doing excellent band work: Bonnie  Thorburn, Laurel Postlethwaite,  Don Cross and Terry Forshner.  Congratulations to all students  who have attained or won these  awards.���Nancy Leslie.  ADVANTAGE   POSSIBLE  It is possible for man to tinker  with the balance of nature to  the advantage of both. Careful  woodlot management, especially  through tree farming, will result  in' increased yields, of both timber and wildlife. Unless disease  strikes, careful husbandry must  provide for land that is more  productive for those who depend  on wood for a living and those  who depend on hunting and fishing for recreation.  AMn,   gE W/ITEItU/ffl;!  . WORLD FOOD PROGRAM  To date, more than 40 nations,  large and small, "have coriimit-  ted themselves to contributions  totalling $90 million in cash, services and commodities during  the first three years of operation  of the World Food Program.  Canada, which played a leading  role in establishing the World  Food Program, has pledged $5  million of the total.  Coast News,  July 11, 1963.  l t 0-  -  __M - ha mlWMMWmWnMSma%%%WniM  C. E. SICOTTE  BULLDOZING SERVICE  Land Clearing''��� Excavating  and Road Building  FREE  ESTIMATES    .  ..- Phone ,S86-235.7 .-  PLAN   NO. 833 xzA/:,/x\  FLOOR   ARIA:  B33   50.FT-  FRANK  Ev DECKER,  d.o.s.  OPTOMETRIST  For Appointment  886-2166  Every Wednesday  Except July" 3-10  Bal Block  Gibsons  Sechelt Area  MODERN 3 BAY  tpx <X&M oons  s"-'ft*C-  Plan No. 833 (copyright No. 117093)  Smartly designed for summer living, this is a summer horiie that is  different, and could double, also, as a ski or hunting cabin if desired.  From a bird's eye view, the roof gives a diamond appearance, but  the actual plan of the house is. in the form of a cross, with the living room forming the main section and the bedrooms forming two  of the arms, with the kitchen completing the arrangements.: y  Note that one bedroom is divided by folding doors so that it could  be made into two complete private rooms, each'furnished with ai  bunk, and closet space. The. main bedroom is divided frorii the living room by a built-in storage unit, kitchen utilizes the back of the.  fireplace for a bar section, with cupboards, range, and sink across  the end wall.  Bath and shower complete the necessary living conveniences, and  the rest of the area is taken up with the really beautiful living room.  Note the panoramic windows in the living areas, and the sun deck  for outdoor dining^ sun bathing,, or watever activities the occupants  wish to follow.  This is a dream of a summer cottage, but we can also see it being  used, as a ski cabin located in one of our more popular skiing resorts, or even as a hunter's cabin. It has tremendous possibilities.  Blueprints are available from the Building Centre (B.C.) Ltd. 96  Kingsway at Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. New editions of Select  Homes Designs available, with price list for blueprints and building  information. Send 50c for mailing and handling.  ���*f!:>' ym\  FOR LEASE  Approximately $4500 required for "stock andequipment f for  which owner will accept -40% down if necessary. Requires  fully experienced mechanickApply Don Martin, 555 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, B.C., MU 5-9131. .',.'/.1'....  ii . iiiMiiir  2 Stores to Serve You  GIBSONS  886-2109  SECHELT  885-2002  Ladies Wear is our ONLY  Business  GARBAGE COLLECTION DATES  STARTING JULY 9 EVERY TWO WEEKS  GIBSONS  From Wyngaert Rd. to Martin Rd. and N. Fletcher, Tuesday a.m.  School Rd. and S." Fletcher to Post Office; Tuesday a.m.  Highway, Seaview Rd. and Marine Drive, Church Corner  to Cozy Corner, all day Wednesday.  Pratt Rd., Gower Pt. Rd., each 2nd Wednesday afternoon.  Highway to Veterans Rd., Henry Rd., Reid Rd. to North  Rd., Wednesday morning. ....    ������.;..,.  All stores every Tues., Thurs. and Sat., weekly.  OTHER  AREAS  Bay area: Gower Pt. Rd. at village boundary; Thurs. a.m.  and Friday.  ' ���     , .,.-.;.-.. r , ,,���  Granthams, Soames  Pt.  and Hopkins Landing,  Friday.  Roberts Creek every 2nd Sunday starting June 30..  PLEASE HAVE YOUR GARBAGE AT YOUR GATE  ON REQUIRED DATE  KELLY'S GARBAGE COLLECTIONS  THE EXPERTS GAVE  ���US A" MEDAL*.'. ....  1963   WORLD   MEDAL  WINNER  don't you give  u�� a try^t  ifi The beer selectedffrom  hundreds of international  competitors iasr the f1963;  sooi-,,.^-ja|| f p:y Prix d'excellence MedaI  PILSJ?,!f_��SS? Winner,in the Olympiades  Mondiales De La Biere,  Cologne, Germany.   "';.  "''���'      Nol9506-4  f This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. # Coast News, July 11, 1963.       7  If paint gathers'in the rim of  the paint can, a couple of nail  holes will let it, run back into  the can. The lid will be easy to  replace and will seal the holes  completely.  ��� \ f /���     /�������v * **'  READY  MIX  CONCRETE  P  &  W  Development  :./---..cb;* _>������"��������� ���'���-*���������* ���������:  Phone 886-0857 ��� Gibsons  :���. :. /iW:-ft:'-h\V.H.  EDMONDS ��� CONNOR  A pretty wedding was solemnized; June-22 -in St. Bartholomew's Anglican church, Gibsons,  when Rev. Denis F. Harris united in marriage Gwendoline,  daughter of Mr. arid Mrs.:J: E.  Connor arid Sydney; Garnett,  eldest son" of. Mr.fand Mrs. A.  Edmonds,  Port Mellon.  The radiant bride entered the  church on the arm of her father  to the strains of the Wedding  March. The bride chose a floor-  length gowri of white silk organza with fitted bodice and  dainty white appliques. The  scalloped misty veil fell from a  tiara. She carried a bouquet of  HOUSE & CABIN  t^xxxx->  for sale ancl removal  i        .- . > - ^  APPLY ELPHINSTONE CO-OPERATIVE, GIBSONS  Dieter's TV & HI-FI Service  x *"  l*-"'''w' '  ''  ':*��� - .������-',-  Service calls between Wilson Creek and Port Mellon  SAVE MONEY - BRING YOUR SET IN  OPEN 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ��� FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Phone 886-9384 ��� GIBSONS  -ADVERTISEMENT  MONEY BELTS EXCESS  BAGGAGE THESE DAYS  Oncefiipon a time i��� and even today in somel parts of the  world ��� travellers had to hide their money pretty carefully if  they  didn't   want to lose it. Money belts were as common as  : Gladstone bags in the old days. k ��� k  ��� Nowadays its diifferent. Today's traveller doesn't need to  'worry about losing his bankroll. Mostly because he doesn't carry  a bankroll at all. Instead, he uses Bank of Montreal travellers  cheques.   They're   the perfectly safe and convenient means of  carrying funds while travellirijg.  A visit to the Sechelt or the Gibsons branch of the Bank  of Montreal before starting.off on your next business or vacation  trip can give you complete peace of mind. There the accountant,  D. V. Den Hoed or Keith Baker can sell you the B of M travellers cheques you need, in whatever denominations you think will  be most practical for your purposes.:     f   y  Then you'll be able'to travel with the knowledge that if  your travellers cheques are lost, stolen, or destroyed, you won't  be the loser because the Bank of Montreal will arrange to replace them'for you.  If you're going abroad, the B of M can provide you special  travellers cheques, or travellers letters of credit for large sums.  . Travellers cheques, are much more comfortable than a money  belt, we promise. ,'���'���. .,,  w>  W.  ''X:r..  '& ft  TRACK ROLLERS  X.;y    illV"*vr'iv'"-'uti|-'  Trick roHtr biStynfS and Shafts get unsurpassed protection with RPMTractor^|i��r Lubricant. rtllowsev��nly,  coating bearingSurfaces with a tough film that,stays put  even iJrider shpck loa|s...seals out dirt, mud and water.  RPM Tractor Roller Ubricant comes in 3 grades for  Caterpillar and International equipment and an A/C  grade for Allis-Chalmers tractors. ^���-��_.  for any Standard Oil product, call  G. H. (Gerry) MacDONALD  Wilson Creek ��� SS5-9332  red roses and stephanotis. k  Mrs. D. R. McLean; sister of "  the  bride  was, maid  of  honor,  wearing a floor length gown of  mauve lace and -nylon net and  ' carried   a   bouquet A of.   yellow-  carnations. Miss Helen Hacking,>  bridesiriaid   in   a   green   floor-,  length dress .of lace and nylon ;'y  net   also: carried a  bouquet  of  yellow   carnations.   Miss   Penny  Feeney, - bridesmaid,  'wore    a  pink  floor-length dress   of  lace  and nylon net and carried tinted  mauve carnations.  Linda Mcintosh was .flower  girl in a yellow lace dress.and  carried a white lace basket of  red roses and white daisies. Mn���'-.���;  Garry Berdahl / was best man  and the ushers were Roger and -���  Bruce Edmonds, ^brothers of the  groom. :,fy  The mother of the bride, wore  a turquoise ensemble withf white r  accessories. Her corsage was, off*.  Talisman .rpsesf vThef groom's  mother wore af yellow ensemble  with .white accessories with a  corsage of 'Talisman roses. ;  During the signing of thef register, selections were played on .',_.  the organ. A reception was held  in Gibsons School Hall where the  bride's. table was decorated and  centred with a three-tiered wedding- cake ��� embellished witn *'  white and red roses.f  The' toast to ' the bride was y  proposed by Mr. Douglas Davis,..;:  uncle of the bride and responded  to by the. groom. For her travel-  ling suit'the bride ay pirik ensemble . with pink 'accessories  with an ...orchid 1 arid stephanotis  corsage.. On returning the. couple  will reside in Gibsons.  -_,-..��� HALL,l���:STONE. y   fy-,  Central  United   Church,   Sault  Ste. Marie,  Ont. .was the scene _',  in  mid-June of the wedding of '  Miss     Donna    Jean Stone and  Howard   j James:   David . Hall,"  grandson, of James Dunn, Of Se- '  chelt, B.C. Rev. D. Graham Tip- ������  pie heard the vows. ���, \f ���  Miss Stone is the daughter of  :Mr.   and  Mrs.   Albert  T.   Stone.:r  and "the groom 'Nthe son bf Mr.  and    Mrs.f , Fred JyHali; both ..  both families of Sault Ste Marie.  The bride was attired in a :  formal gown,-.of silk organza'  over taffeta which featured, a :���  scooped neckline, lace appliques.;  and bouffant skirt caught at the ~  back with a large rose. A rose  and lily of the valley headpiece :  held her bouffan^. silk illusion '  veil.        Z.:..X~ XXZ^.A   ..i  :;    ���  .=  Miss  Jeralyn  Stone   was   the '  maid    of  .honor.    Bridesmaids  were Miss Versa Stone arid Miss  Beverly, Pitcher. The attendants ;  wore     mauve    and yellbw ballerina gowns of silk organza and  taffeta. Matching pill box .headdresses held, their  tiny blusher X  vefls:  Bob  Kelly. was. the: best ���  man-and the ushers'were Louis  Oliverio  and  Sandy Hopkins.  Mr. and Mrs. Hall left on a motor trip to the United States and  on returning will reside in Sault  fSte Marie.,  9152  SIZES  10-18  Whip it up in a few hours, and  1^ wear it the very same day! This  ��� *��� frand-neckline sheath doubles as  a   juniper   with  its own  jewel  blouse. Send now.  Printed Pattern 9152: Misses'  Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16  dress 2% yards 39-inch; blouse  1% yards 35-inch.  FIFTY CENTS (50c) in coins  (no stamps, please) for this pattern. Print plainly SIZE, NAME,  ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER.  Send order to MARIAN MARTIN, care of the Coast News,  Pattern Dept., 60 Front St. West,  Toronto, Ont.  MMgmm  "k Sandwiches are in style any  t*'me of year. But warm summer  days are ideal for quickf'n easy  '���' sandwich snacks or meals/ If  you're looking for something new  fand different to serve to family  y or guests, try. these Tuna Nut Tra. ���  angles. The combination, of cream  cheese, : ripe Qlives and flaked  tuna: in the sandwich filling is  highlighted by the crunchy contrast of the pecan bits rolled onto  the cut sandwich edges. Served  with a frosted coffee shake, the  dainty but' satisfying sandwiches  are ideal fare for patio party or  indoor afternoon snack.  TUNA NUT TRIANGLES  y2 pound white cream cheese  2   tablespoons lemon juice  y2 cup mayonnaise  z/2 cup ripe olives; finely chopped  I   cup (7 oz. tin) flaked tuna  y% teaspoon monosodium  -    glutamate  12 slices enriched  white bread  6   slices whole wheat bread  soft butter  or  margarine   to  spread bread  1   cup salted pecan bits  Blend together cream cheese",  lemon juice and ��� mayonnaise until smooth. Told in chopped ripe  olivesfarid flaked tuna. Season  to taste. Spread.all slices of bread  with soft butter or margarine:  Spread 6 slices; of enriched .white  bread with tuna filling. Cover  with whole wheat slices. Spread  tuna filling on whole wheat, slices, and top with remaining white  slices to "make double decker  sandwiches; Trim crusts if desired. Cut each sandwich into four  triangles,. Spread inside cut edges  of each triangle- generously, with  filling. Dip each' spread edge into  salted pecan tidbits .Arrange on  individual plates (four per serving) arid garnish with pickle  sticks and potato chips. Yield: 6  Star.performer at any summer  meal is a jewel-like gelatin salad.  For hearty rich flavor, start with  condensed consomme as the base.  This meaty broth contains gelatin which makes it a natural for  these jellied specialties. Add  chopped meat and vegetables to  the consomme (along with riiore  gelatin) -and let the refrigerator  take over. One bite and you know  how good a salad can taste.  1 A basic recipe for Consomme  Salad can be made with either  chopped chicken" or; tongue. Both  make delightful-suriimer suppers,  JELLIED CONSOMME SALAD  1   envelope unflavored gelatin  Vz cup cold water  1 can (10 ounces) condensed  .    corisoinme  2 4 tablespoons lemon juice  y2 cup diced tongue or chicken  !/_ cup minced cucumber  2   tablespoons sliced, stuffed  olives  1   hard cooked egg, chopped  Soften gelatin in cold water;  then dissolve over hot water. Add  consomme and lemon juice; chill  until mixture begins to thicken.  Fold . in.'. remaining ingrediehts.  Rinse a ,1-quart mold or loaf pan  with cold water (for decoration^  arrange slices of; tongue or chicken in bottom of mold so they form  a pattern on top of jellied salad).  rlGhiill unfiil firm. Unmold and  serve on crisp greens. 4 servings.  " MEETINGS .       :  of       -  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  Gibsons, Selma Park, West Sechelt and Madeira Park, Tues.,  8 p.m.       k    '  Ministry School  Kingdom Hall, Thurs.; 7:30 p.m.  Service Meeting - *  Kingdom Hall, Thurs., 8:30 p.m.  Public Talk-    >  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 7 p.m.  Watchtower   Study  Kingdom Hall, Sun., 8 p.m.  The  Kingdom Hall is   at  Selma Park  No  Collections       .  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK  Trenching ��� Landscaping -: Rotovafting .  Driveways, etc. ��� Gravel and Fill...  HUMUS TOP SOIL  . Ed. Fiedler k*#^*  For all your Heating needs call  TINGLEY'S HI-HEAT  SALES  & SERVICE  Expert service on all repairs to oil stoves,  heaters and furnaces  New installations of warm air or hot water heating,  tailored to your needs  ���Your choice of financing plans  P.O. BOX 417                                         Phone: 885-9636  SECHELT, B.C. ^                                               or 885-9333  Tired.of eating at home?  Fastest way to find good  RESTAURANT^- is in the  YELLOW PAGES, where  YOUR FINGERS DO THE  WALKING:  RELIEVING TEACHERS  Applications   are' invited   for   the   position   of   Relieving  Teachers at the following Schools for the school-year 1962-63:*  Pender Harbour Secondary  Madeira Park Elementary  .Sechelt Elementary    ;:   Roberts CreekfElenient^iy '     k _"���.,  .'������-:,'.���������: Gibsons Landing Elementary k      j       ;:: 1" "Xx  Port Mellon, Elemeritary   y    ': ������'"������',-   \'"x  ���������'-.. ������'" "���' ��� ' r'~ ������������ ;-.'; '��� xA\:X   ���    X. \ \.__ z   yX..  Further information 'may; be f obtained yat the offices of the  -Principals or from.the School Board Office.  "'X    \   \ XX'X. ��� School District No.;46 (Sechelt)  ': The Board of School Trustees  ^vvsv,s^*| t,* *pr*$- -"a ' ***',v *- *y ���  4 X >4X  ��� 1  % ��� . '*;s'_  :S O H Q S  **  ^<^M     ^3 0 0.0 0,^*  : i You're in luck when you want to contact  an out-of-town firm that lists a  k^ENiTWniirriber in the telephone directory.  You can make an enquiry, get a-  quotation or place an order as easily  as. if that firm were located across    /  the street from you.  Ail you do is ask the Long Distance  operator for the ZENITH number you  wish to call.  Right-away she'll connect you free  of charge, no matter whether'the firm  you want is 40 miles away or 4,000.  You don't have to request a "collect"  call. The firm you call automatically  pays the toll charge.  Companies with a ZENITH number  have made an extra special effort to  cater ta your convenience. For that  reason they are usually good companies  to do business with.  Remember with ZENITH it costs you  nothing to call!  If you happen to bo a business man  yourself - and if you are located outsfda  Vancouver - test ZENITH service right  away. Merely ask your local operator for -  ZENITH 7000. That's the number of our  Marketing and Sales Department, which  will be 9 lad to give you full information.  BaC.TEL ^  BfirnSH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY  me-*-- TAKE YOUR TIME  Don't try to take in everything  on one vacation' trip is the advice  of the B.C. Automobile Association for families planning long  holiday jaunts this summer. Iri-  stead plan an itinerary that will  give you plenty of time along  the way so that eating up miles  doesn't pressure the pleasure  out of your vacation adveriture.  There will be other vacations.  It is not necessary to see and  do everything on this one.  8       Coast News,  July. Hi 1963.  HALFMOON BAY NOTES  are  ?  s  PORT  MELLON TO   PENDER  HARBOUR:  Home and Industrial General Cleaning  ,    Rug and Chesterfield cleaning ��� Paint washing  Phone collect BR 7-3215  Thurs. lights  8 p.m. SHARP  AT  Madeira Park (oniniunifv Hall  .  PROCEEDS FOR BEACH  Why Pay for If Repairs?  IHfllfiiM  SHERIDAN'S TV  SECHELT  Ph. 885-2058 or 9534  Pick a Pair Tire Deal  Accessories  Seat Covers, Mirrors, Seat Belts,  Spot Lamps, Litter Baskets, Car Waxes,  Car Cleaners, Upholstery Cleaners,  Auto Body Patch Kits, Gasoline Cans,  Cool Seats, Polishing Cloth, Etc.  Car Seat Blankets SUITAB^PFfTRIftBEACH  OR PATIO  CHARLEY  &   TERRY  GIBSONS SHELL SERVICE  Phone 880-2872  champions  On Sunday, June 7, Roberts  Creek Raiders won the Little  League playoffs, by defeating  Gibsons Firemen two games to  one in thef best of three series.  The playoff trophy was presented to the team by Mr. C. Beeman,  president of the Little League  association. .   :  This is the second trophy won  by this hustling team. Previously  the Raiders won the Stewart Brothers trophy for the league championship.  After the game the parents and  . friends of the Raiders treated the  two teams with juices and a decorated cake, ending the ball season on a happy note.       ..'���������  The young players of the Raiders thank their sponsor, Elphinstone Recreation Association, for  fine support. Thanks also go to  the umpires who did a fine job.  The boys especially thank their  parents for faithfully turning out  to their games.  The ballplayers of the Roberts  Creek Raiders are Gary Flumer.  felt, captain; Jimmy Gibson,  Robert Baba, Ken Bland, Norman Blatchford, Dennis Blatchford, Bobby Gibson, Jimmy Eldred, Philip Bland, Craig Jones,  Paul Beeman, Brent Rowland.  SOFTBALL  A dramatic seventh inning  home run by outfielder Ben Jack  was the highlight of a 'double-  header sweep by league leading  Peninsula Hotel over third place  Avalon Hotel.  Jack's tie breaking > wallop  broke up a tight pitching duel between Terry McLaren and Billy  Ross and preserved McLaren's  cpotless record which now stands  at 13-0.  The .locals had won the afternoon contest 4-2.  The Hotelmen have now won  eight in a row and have not been  beaten since June 2 when E and P  edged out a disputed 4-3 win;  The front runners travel to Nor-  gate Park this Sunday for games  against Deep Cove and second -  place Squamish.  HER 18th MEDAL  Helen Bezdeck now holds her  18th medal for athletics. She won  it at Saskatoon over the ^weekend  where she journeyed to take part  in the Canadian National Open  Championships. She came third  in the discus and fourth in the  shot put winning the medal in  the discus event. In both events  she faced tough competition with  top star Nancy McCredy taking  first honors in both  events.  When children are left in  charge of a baby sitter, leave  written instructions as to what  to do in an emergency.  FOR SALE  1 Only 18 ft. OUTBOARD  WITH CABIN, powered by a  1959 Johnson 35 HP.  *900  1 Only 9 ft. FIBREGLASS  BOAT with under seat floatation and 5 HP Elto.  *250  1 Only 14 ft. CLINKER BOAT  with 7 - 9 HP B & S motor &  Bell Reversible propellor.  One 9 ft. PLYWOOD CLINKER ROWBOAT ��� NEW  $110  1 Only 8 ft.  CARTOP PUNT  $40  ALL IN VERY  GOOD  CONDITION   at  Smittys Marina  GIBSONS  (By PAT WELSH)  The summer colonys at Redroofs has arrived in full force  and all cottages are full to over,  f lowing* complete 'with : all the  family pets and weekend, guests.  Fishing has been exceptionally good, nice catches offsprings  and coho having been caught  around Pirate Rocks and Sar-  geant Bay. The Claydon family,  all keen fishermen, hooked into  . �� nice 16 pounder. Shane Welsh  landed, a fat six pound spring;  Stu Lefeaux had two beauties and  Lome Ryan four.  Mi*, and Mrs.' George Claydon  with Linda and Frank Jr. are  guests of the- Frank Claydons.  The Ernie Whites have the Eric  Whites and children and the Bob  ' Whites and their'-family. Mrs.  Kathleen Joy is another guest.  Mrs. G. B. Simpson's guests  recently were Mrs. S. Seaton and  Mrs. Goodwin of Vancouver.  Mrs. Florence Thompson who  recently returned from a visit to  England was the weekend guest  of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyons.  Also at Irishman's Cove were  Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Welsh,  and Michael Ryan and grandparents, of Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Lee Straight, Karen and Ronnie are at their cottage.  Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Jinks are  the new owners of the Nelson  Darling cottage and are here  with their two children, Cindy  and Barry.  A guest at the Cliff Connor  home at Welcome Beach is Mrs.  Andy Whatcott, Peggy's sister.  Mrs. Ralph Smart and three  daughters are the guests of Mrs.  Walker.  Others at their summer homes  are Mr. and Mrs.' T. Campbell,  Mr. Harold Merilees, the Chris  Daltons. and Jeremy, the Johnny  Simpsons, Lynn, Bonnie and  Georgie and guest Anne McNair.  The J. Cunliffes and Donald, al!  the Hunt clan, Mr. and Mrs.  Shanahan, Dr. and Mrs. H. Caple, . Bruce and Christopher,  the  Magistrate's  court  Bernard Mulligan was fined $10  for failing to have an operating  tail light on his car.  Antonio Pellin was fined $10 for  failing to file an accident report  and an additional $15 for failing  to stay in his own lane.  '." Wallace Venechuk was fined $20  for crossing a solid double line.  William Coughlin ^as fined $15  for operating his car with a faulty muffler, having been previously warned.  Two juvenile girls had their  drivers .licenses . suspended for  driving without due care and attention.  Arnold Baptiste Jones aged 21  was sentenced to nine months  definite and three months indefinite imprisonment on each of  three charges of breaking, entering and theft.  Oliver Bailie of Pender Harbour  was fined $150 for being in control of a car while his ability was  impaired.  Burrill family and the Adamsons,  Mr. and Mrs. Don Macdonald and  Mr. and Mrs. R. Macdonald and  family and the two poodles; Mr.  and Mrs. Gordon Cruise and chil.  iren and.a host of others.  Mrs. Louise Bath has left for  Victoria to visit her daughter-in-  law and family for the summer  months: Mrs. J. Meikle spent a  few days in Vancouver and West  Vancouver.  Hassans Store  Complete stock of   ���  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial & Sports  HARDWARE ��� DRY GOODS  BAPCO PAINT  Interior & Marine  Ph. 883-2415  w-^*^*^^^^*w^^��~��^��>^.  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  BOAT WORKS LTD.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 886-7733  GIBSONS  CHIROPRACTIC  CENTRE  R. 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