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Array Provincial Library,  DANNY'S  DINING ROOM  Phone GIBSONS 140  JUST  FINE  FOOD  I jmrssmtj^uimwamrsatmaaFB  SERVING THE GROWING, SUNSHINE COAST  Published in Gibsons, B. C,Volume .14, Number 24,  June 16,  1960.      7c per  copy  A Complete Line  of Men's Clothing  Marine Men's Wear  Liu.  PhoHe 2 ��� Gibsons,  B.C.  Alfred Funnell, chairman of  Sechelt School district and  who has been associated with  school problems of this area  since 1943, died in a Vancouver hospital on June 11. He  was in his 77th year.  The funeral service was  held Wed., June 15 in Vancouver at Mount Pleasant chapel with Rev. David Donaldson of Gibson Memorial United church officiating. Mr Funnell was secretary-treasurer of  Roberts Creek United Church  board of stewards. He leaves  his wife, Katherine, a son Gilbert, a daughter, Mrs. P. S.  Logan in Vancouver, three  grandchildren and three brothers, also three sisters in England. Cremation followed the  service.  :Mr. Funnell left Eastbourne  England in 1906 to live at  Lloydminster, Sask., where he  remained a few months only,  moving to British Columbia.  He spent some time at East  Robson and Castelgar. He helped build the first church at  Robson. He joined the old Do  minion Express company, later Canadian Pacific Express  at Nelson and worked out of  Calgary an^ Vancouver where  he came to live in 1922.  In 1941 he was forced to  retire through illness and two  years later moved to Roberts  Creek. The next year saw him  interesting himself in school  board work so he took over  the position of secretary to the  then Elphinstone Bay Elementary school on retirement of  Miss MacArthur. When Sechelt School district was formed in 1946, his interest in  school work enabled him to  join the newly formed school  board and he has been a member and at times chairman of  the board ever since 1946,  Mr. Funnell was also put-  staning in his church work  and for more than ten years  was secretary-treasurer of the  Roberts Creek church board  and offered his* help in church  affairs wherever he felt he  could do some good. He also  took an active interest in community work. No duty, church  or community was too humble  for his wholehearted effort. He  was a member of the Canadian Pacific Pioneers' association and had many railroad  friends   throughout   the   west.  The entire peninsula should  benefit from the 1960 expansion program at Port Mellon.  Each year has seen plant additions which have resulted in  increased productive capacity.  This year the cost of the work  planned will amount to $700,-  000 and will result in a production increase of approximately 30 tons of pulp per day  This was the opinion expressed by a mill official during a  recent interview.  One of the projects, the addition of a hew washer and  two   new  knotters,  is already  iri the initial stages of construe  ticn. The other projects, the  construction of a new water  supply line and intake and the  addition of new causticizing  plant facilities, are now on the  drafting boards of the consulting engineers.  i"We will be proceeding with  the construction of these projects as soon as the plans are  completed," mill officials! stated'. They also said all equipment was being designed so  that it would fit into a future  mill layout which would be  capable of turning out twice  the present production.  * ^The new  intake will be   of  concrete construction and will  be approximately 165 feet  long. Its spillway will be 16  feet higher than the existing  spillway and the intake will  be provided with fish ladders  which have been designed in  accordance with Federal Fisheries department requirements  The new pipe line will be  capable of carrying 40 million  gallons of water per day at the  pressure required at the mill  end will replace a wood stave  pipe which was installed 30  years ago. Access roads to the  intake are being built by A. E.  Ritchey   oi  Gibsons.  Changes    planned     in    the  causticizing plant include the  addition of a white liquor clar-  iiier, a green liquor clarifier,  slaker, causticizing and storage tanks. It is reported thai  the changes in this department will net only increase  the quantity of pulp produced*  but will also improve the quality.  This steady expansion of the  mill not only results in more  money being . spent on the  Peninsula but also indicates  that the mill will be a permanent operation. It is felt that  this will ultimately be beneficial to all residents of the  Sechelt Peninsula area.  Pratt Road  home burns  .*...;���������-��� Fire from an undetermined  cause destroyed completely  the home of Mr. and Mrs. John  McLeod On Pratt road on  Thursday of last week. Mr McLeod who was lying down at  the time, while his wife was  visiting neighbors1, escaped in  hie stocking feet taking along  with him what he could carry  as he dashed out.  Gibsons Volunteer Fire Services responded and kept the  fire from spreading. Mr. McLeod in the meantime stood  around watching his possessions go up in flames. Mrs Mc-  ; Leod was in-the care of neighbors.  Red Cross blannets, sheets,  and pillow cases were supplied immediately and later ��� a  household effects shower was:  organized by Mrs. John Bunyan and held at the Skellett  home. The Catering Service  supplied refreshments. Others  desiring to donate towards  ���helping the McLeods can do so  through Mrs. Ruth Harrison  on Pratt Road, where the McLeods have been -staying since  the fire.  As far as can be ascertained there is about $3,000 insurance on the building but nothing on the contents which  v/ere valued at approximately  $2,000. RCMP investigated the    SOns   on the university's front  fire but no cause could be as-    campus lawn.  Vote heavy  How is the vote for the July  1 Mermaid Queen coming  along? Well, the demand for  ballots continues and it would  appear that a record will be  set this year on the sale of ballots.  There are six candidates in  the contest, each sponsored  by an organization and members) of those organizations! are  at work influencing their  friends to vote for their, specific candidates ^iJV-    :���-���.'.���''.  Mike Poole  gets degree  Michael D. Poole of Granthams Landing was among 196  Washington and Lee University seniors who received bachelor degrees June 3 in graduation ceremonies climaxing  the school's 211th academic*  year.  Mr. Poole, a 23-year-old  journalism major, received the  bachelor of arts degree magna  cum laude from President  Fred C. Cole before 1,500 per-  The public meeting in Wilson Creek Community hall  Tuesday night attended by  about 100 persons heard many  questions asked by ratepayers  and answers given by members  of the school board and school  officials.  Upshot of the meeting was  the request that the board  make its position clear as to  why grade nine will be taught  in Trail Bay school this year  (instead of Elphinstone High  school. This was agreed to by  Gerry Fahrni who represented the board along with Mrs.  C. Jackson another member,  Principal" W. S. Potter, and  Mr. Daniel Beckett, Trail Bay  High principal. Mrs. R. C. Jack  son as_ chairman.kept the meetr.  ing well under control. Mrs.  M. L. Lonneberg was secretary.  A   transcript   of  the   meet  ing's questions and answers  will be prepared and copies  will be sent to the school board  ���Reason for the meeting arose  from agitation prevalent in Sechelt area arising from the announced intention of the school  board to have the grade nine  classes at Trail Bay junior  high school in Sechelt Parents  objected to this at the meeting maintaining the children  would not get as complete a  grade nine course as they  would if attending their present school, Elphinstone in  Gibsons..  Considerable heat arose at  the meeting as to why the  board decided to move the  grade nine into the new junior  high along with'grades seven  and eight. The attitude of the  bptird, Mr. Fahrni said,, was  that it was carrying out the  mandate given the school  ; board in the last referendum  when ratepayers voted for the  opening of a junior high school  in Sechelt. Some questioners  thought only grades seven and  eight were involved in view of  the fact the board let the contract for two rooms only.  A general conclusion of the  meeting was that the ratepayers present did not want a  grade nine in Sechelt until it  could be adequately equipped.  It also suggested that to get  further action it would be  necessary to have an organized ratepayer association meeting in order to bring the matter in an organized manner  before officials handling education problems. In the meantime, Mr: Fahrni said on be  half of the school board that  any submissions made to the  board would receive consideration in the analysis of the  bard's position on the Trail  Bay   School.  ���y "Pr6i?inci^ ^  ers are now taking steps to  bring their lists up to date, Mr.  J. V. Gaspard, registrar of voters at Powell River, who is  responsible for the Mackenzie  Ellectoral District, advises. A  campaign of registration is  now being carried out in this  district for .a two week period  which ends on June 30th.  A postcard has been mailed  to every person who is on the  Provincial Voters list for the  Mackenzie    Electoral   district,  Airwoman First Class Judy  Klein graduated with honors recently from, a Fighter Control  Operator course at RCAF station  Clinton, Ont. She le- transferred  to Station Foymount and will report to that unit alter completing her annual leave at home.  'Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  P. Klein of Pender Harbor, B.C.  Judy attended Pender Harbor  High school where she was a  member of the drama club and  UtMese<'^ig0n&. who. ^/no*^-4^ council as, .well as - be-  Vote registration opens  D  ance  display  certained.  BASEBALL  Sechelt Mustangs were unable to chalk up a win in last  week's games, but it's just around the corner for them.  With the final let-up of the  rainy weather, the boys have  at last got in some much needed practice nights and on Sunday it really showed. Although  they lost out to the Residential  School boys 2 to 1, it was the  best played game so far.  If you are interested in promoting sports, how about joining the Sechelt and District  Athletic Club, Though the club  ���is working mainly with Babe  Ruth league at the present  time, it is considering arranging a winter sports program.  In the spring, it will be a must  to revive Sechelt Little League  For $1, one's name goes on  the membership roll and puts  your shoulder behind the effort to establish a sound sports  program, for the young people.  After taking a thumping at  Wilson Creek on Wednesday,  Gibsons Firemen were victorious on Sunday in a well-played game at Kinsmen Park, by  a 5 to 1 score.  Pat Winn hit a home run  with two aboard to assure the  victory. Batteries were: Wilson Creek, Flumerfelt, Johnston and Davies; Gibsons,  Oram and Ennis.  Mr. Poole, the son of Mr.  and Mrs. D. G. Poole of Granthams Landing, is a graduate  of Elphinstone Senior High  School. While at Washington  aond Lee he was the holder of  two* scholarships and was elected to Phi Beat Kappa scholastic fraternity. He is expected  home at Granthams by July 1.  Will visit Egmont  Acting on the request of local residents to discuss some  important local issues, Mr.  Tony Gargrave will hold two  public meetings this month at  Pender Harbour and at Egmont.  Both the meeting at Madeira Park Community Hall on  June 20 and the one at Egmont  June 21 will no doubt be competing   with  the  "bluebacks."  Tony, however, is accustomed to put up a good fight  himself, and all residents who  are in the area are urged to  turn out to hear the report on  the last session and hear the  M.L.A.'s prediction about the  forthcoming election and what  will be the vital issues when  B. C again goes to the polls.  A colorful, display of character dancing and of balletic  training will be given by the  pupils of Miss Anne Gordon's  Dance Academy June 23, at 8  o'clock.  Bright costumes will add to  the pleasure of the audience  and of the young dancers. The  costumed winter display was  well enjoyed by a large attendance and this season's demonstration adds tbe dances the  students have been working  on since then.  Friends of students and  others interested are cordially  welcome to attend this demonstration, which will be held in  the Legion Hall at Gibsons.  There is no admission charge  but a silver collection will be  taken to defray expenses of  the hall. Refreshments will be  served.  1  it  NEWS  LEFT OUT  Heavy   advertising   this  issue  has forced a considerable   amount  of   news  io be left out.  SCOUTERS TO MEET  Word has been received  from B. T. Cavanagh, field  commissioner, that Brig. W. G.  H. Roaf, provincial commissioner of the Boy Scout Association will be chairman at a  meeting for all group committee members, scouters and all  interested in scouting in the  Sunshine Coast District.  The meeting will be held at  the Wilson Creek Community  Hall, June 28, commencing at  7:30 p.m.  VON meeting  At a meeting held June  for former VON members  was decided that the balance  of funds, approximately $1500  will be turned over to the Hospital Improvement District organization on their receipt of  an  "agreement   in   principle."  As the VON closed its work  here these funds were voted as  the nucleus of a hospital foundation and with the expectation of making this whole area  a hospital improvement district, now was the time when  such money could be utilized.  It was'with some nostalgia  that the meeting drew to a  close because there have been  many hours of work put into  VON services. Mrs. C Jackson  expressed thanks to Mrs. Wallis,, past president and Mrs.  Haley, secretary, for their  work.  receive postcards will know  they are net on the voters list  and are urged to take the necessary steps to. see that they  are registered.   .  Registration centres have  been set up throughout the district, particulars of which are  set out in the. advertisement  appearing elsewhere in this issue. In the main persons who  will net be on the list at the  present time will be newcomers to the district during the  past four years, new Canadian citizens, and young people  who have become 19 years of  age since the last election.  To be entitled to register as  a voter, a person must be a  Canadian citizen or British  subject, 19 years of age, who  has resided in Canada for the  past year and in the province  of British Columbia for the  past six months.  Mr. Gaspard points out that  if any person not on the list  is unable to attend at a registration centre he can have a  registration card sent to him  for completion by simply phon-  Trout derby  The spring trout fishing derby of Sechelt Peninsula Rod  and Gun Club that has become  an annual event was held on  Sakinaw Lake two weeks ago.  Six boats of fishermen tried  to land the big ones but they  were not biting well. The winner, Jack Fox, measured in  a 17-inch cut-throat to beat  out Mrs. Rankin who came second with a 16-inch fish. After  the 2 o'clock measure-in, more  fish were caught.  Last Saturday, members  celebrated their seventh birthday with a party at the clubhouse. A large turnout enjoyed the dancing and tasty refreshments. During the evening a going-away gift of a Coleman gas lantern was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rankin by the vice-president, Mr.  Harry Batchelor.  The annual salmon fishing  derby has already begun and  tickets are available in Sechelt from club members, C  and S Sales and Parkers Hardware. The fishing area has  been extended to include waters from the White Rocks off  Wilson Creek to Secret Cove  and from the Porpoise Bay  wharf to the Skookum Chuck.  bour area, Madeira Park, Post    ins. a particiDant hi'most school  Office;     Rutherford's      Store.1   sporting activities.  Halfmoon  Bay; Sechelt  Insur-            . .  ance  Agencies,   Sechelt;   Vic's    ~ "  Trading Post, Wilson Creek;  Coast News, Gibsons; Hopkins  Roberts Creek General Store;  Landing Store; Port Mellon  General Store; or the Registrar  of voters, Box 190, Powell River, B. C.  Wilson Ck. sports  The second annual combined sports day of the Wilson  Creek Community Club and  Davis Bay Parents group on  Sat., June 11, was termed a  great success both for the children and  parents.  Yellow house in school events scored 73 points, green,  66, red 65 and purple 43.. Ihe  medallion was won by Nancy  LeWarne with Barry MacDonald second and Marilyn Limer  third.  In the open events there  were seven entries in the mile  race which was won py Ron  Sim with Bob Maikawa, second and Rich Zral third. In  the egg toss Betty Lou and  Ron were first. In the father-  son event Mittens were first  and the Ritchies second. In the  mother-daughter event, the  Chamberlins were first, Jack-  sons second and Zrals third.  Wilson Creek men and women  won their respective tug-of-  war events, against outsiders.  Winners were given a bag of  peanuts each.  $10,000 fire  hits camp  A $10,000 fire Sunday destroyed four married quarters  at the Osborne Logging Company camp near Tzoonie point  on Narrows Arm in Sechelt Inlet. These married quarter��  were on the second level of  buildings up from what is  known as the City Hall and  the cookhouse. One pet dog,  a chihuahua was lost in the  fire. Some possessions were  saved. For a time nearby bush  was alight but quick action  prevented   it  from   spreading.  In the meantime other  empty homes will be used  while consideration is given  to rebuilding _the destroyed  quarters.  Convention  Klondike Night  A Klondike night will be  held June 24 at Sechelt's Legion Hall by Legion branch  140. Klondike Kate and many  other sourdoughs will attend  the dance which will be featured by what has been described as a rousing dance band  Klondike nights are usually  hilarious and it is expected  there will be a considerable  amount of fun before the last  light  is   dimmed in  the hall.  Decision to hold the Klondike night was made at the final meeting of the season, June  10 when five new members  were introduced. The meeting  heard an .excellent financial  ���statement from the treasurer  and an interesting report from  the house committee chairman.  report given  At the monthly meeting of  the Canadian Legion Branch  112, Ladies Auxiliary, June 8,  Mrs. Kent and Mrs. Carpenter  gave an outline of the Legion  auxiliary provincial convention in Vancouver recently.  They reported it was the  largest convention so far, there  being 625 women from many  sections of the province. The  delegates reported the impression they received was that the  women were there to get the  fairest deal they could for the  ex-serviceman, his wife or widow, also to help projects for  education and sports for children. It was described as an  enlightening and stimulating  experience to have the honor  to attend the convention and  it made the delegates realize  the good the Legion does to  help their various communities  JUNE 18 SQUARE DANCE  Hopkins Squarenader Dance  Club are sponsoring a square  dance at Port Melion Community Hall June 18 at 8 p.m.  All visitors' and persons interested in square dancing are  invited to attend.  The caller will be Bud  Blatchford of Mission, B. C. r: .*.  -  w   I  U  2    Coast News, June 16, 1980.  &  ast mtws  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  P.O. Box 128, Gibsons, B.C., and authorized as second class mail,  Post Office department, Ottawa.  Member Audit. Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Weekly  Newspaper Association, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association and  B.C. Weekly Newspapers Advertising Bureau, 508 Hornby St.,  Vancouver, B.C.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months,  United States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher.  Alfred Funnell, chairman  Tine community has suffered a great loss in the death of Alfred Funnell, long-time member of Sechelt district school board.  Mr. Funnell took part in school board affairs before the present  (Sechelt District School Board was formed.  It was back in 1946 when the present school district was set  np and even then he had been secretary of what was known at  Elphinstone Bay School District. Mr. Funnell had watched the  growth of school population from two or three schools to about  14 now in Sechelt School District. He will be missed because he  had a fund of information about the area which enabled him tO'  deal in school affairs with greater certainty.  A permissible error  An error appeared in last week's editorial which dealt with  an individual who questioned the Coast News on its publication  of the Plenderleith report on the Sechelt School district situation  ���as regards schools and transportation. The error concerned who  the Coast News thought this individual represented.  The editorial maintained his attitude did not help along the  eause of those people interested in the transportation. He was not  interested in transportation but was in the school classroom affairs of Sechelt Village. The Coast News can hardly be blamed  for the misrtake because the transportation people were most  outwardly vocal in their contentions.  Small car problems  Something new to worry about has been produced by the  eighth Highway Transportation Congress meeting in Washington. Members were told by automotive economists that the growing popularity of compact cars was causing a revolution in gasoline consumption that could lead to a sharp drop in federal and  state tax revenue, thus threatening the financing of highway construction. The economists foresaw a drop of $548,000,000 in gasoline tax revenue by 1964 if present trends continue.  No estimate has been made for Canada, but it is fair to assume that the decrease would be in roughly the same proportion  to present revenue as in the United States.  Whether the estimate is accurate or not, it does direct attention to the fact that highway programs on this continent have  been financed on the basis of motorists' extravagance. If enough  motorists decide to buy only one gallon of gasoline to drive the  distance that once required two, they are only exemplifying the  motto of a New York department store "It's smart to be thrifty."  If highway department officials are embarrassed by the new  trend towards economy, they may deserve to be. Instead of making their plans for highway construction conform to the funds  they might expect a reasonable tax to yield, they have blithely  assumed that the motoring public would accept tax increases indefinitely. The compast cars have proved the assumption wrong.  If they now raise the rate of tax to make up for the reduced consumption of gasoline, they will simply force more drivers into  this legal practice of tax avoidance.  Unfortunately,  the   taxing  authorities   may   have  the   last  word. New taxes, not related to highway use at all, may be devised to fall on all taxpayers, not the motorists alone. ��� The  Printed Word.  Purists have a hard time. Always getting licked. Not only  is the hated word "finalize" still blooming, but it has lately  sprouted new variations, a real scratcher being "sizewise."  Another horrible invention, which appeared in a recent issue of a financial paper, is "containerization."  Sfc **����� ���}+  *T�� *i* ri*  Logic is an inferior commodity; for instance, most people  will agree that the chance of a people's becoming free is enhanced by compulsory education.  * * *  The U. S. is having enough trouble without bringing this  up, but the neighbors are tough and likely can take it, after a  gulp or so. New York is not the centre of the universe; even  on this planet it ranks only third, according to the Canadian Almanac, the order by population being London, Tokyo, New York.  Most travelled Orchestra  Probably Canada's most-travelled orchestra, the Hart  House Orchestra of Toronto,  Boyd Neel, conductor, will  anake a 32 concert, five week  tour of the Western provinces  early next fall. It will be sponsored by the Canada Council.  The orchestra appeared as  Canada's cultural representative at the Brussels World  Fair in 1958 on Canada Day,  has toured throughout Ontario  and last fall made a tour of  the Atlantic provinces including Newfoundland.  Leaving on Sept. 14, the orchestra commences its tour in  Saskatchewan, working its  way to Vancouver Island and  then northward through Peace  River, finally flying for special programs in Yellowknife  and Uranium City. It will complete its tour in mid-October  at Winnipeg and Atikokan in  western Ontario before returning* to  Toronto.  As a special feature of the  tour the council has commissioned     Maurice     Blackburn,  Montreal composer, to write  a special work for the group.  The Hart House Orchestra, 13  in number, is composed of  Toronto's   best   string players.  FORM NO.  16   (Section  87)  LAND   ACT  NOTICE  OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver, B.C., and situate on  South East shore of North Lake,  District Lot 672.  Take notice that James Stanley  Niven of 3076 W. 37th Ave., Vancouver, B.C., occupation School  Teacher, intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  on the lake shore on the South  West corner thence in an East  South East direction for 600 ft.;  thence in a North North Easterly  direction for 200 ft.; thence in a  West North West direction for  600 ft.; thence in a South South  Westerly direction for 200 ft on  the lake shore to the starting  ,��0st and containing 3 acres, more  or less, for the purpose of summer camp. ,  JAMES STANLEY NIVEN.  Dated May 21, I960.  of the old Lady Alex  By  HAL  HOLDEN  In C. I. L. OVAL  It's likely that no ship on  the West Coast ever played  a greater part in British Columbia social life than the S.S.  Lady Alexandra. For many of  the 10,000,000 passengers she  carried, the old "Lady Alex"  is associated with some of their  happiest memories. And now  she has been towed out of  mothballs to start a new life.  For a generation the Lady  Alex reigned as Vancouver's  excursion queen for picnickers  and holiday makers. Many romances must have bloomed  during her moonlight trips to  the little islands dotting the  west shore of Howe Sound.  Arriving from a Scottish"  yard in 1924, the ship, started  work by carrying sdghtseers.  around a British fleet anchored;  in English Bay. Then she be^  gan nearly 30 years of cruisesr  mostly to Bowen Island, at the  entrance to Howe Sound and  about an hour's run from Van|  couver. At 1,396 tons she was  the largest of three ships on  this run of the Union Steam-,  ship Company.  The steamship company's est  tate on the island was a favorite outing area for Vancouver-  ites before the automobile began broadening the horizon for  funseekers. Bowen Park featured a dancehall for 800 couples, a swimming pool and salt  water fishing. Trout fishing  was popular at Killarney Lake  and in season there was good  hunting for deer and game  birds.  A reminder of the era ih  which the Lady Alex reigned  is a brochure issued in the  1920's which announced that  cottages could be rented for  $3.50 a day, including meals.  Vegetables, fruit and milk  were supplied daily from the  steamship company's model  farm.  It is understandable that the  company should have felt jus  tified in expressing some lofty  sentiments in the brochure.  For example:  "Travellers demand much  in these days. The perfect entourage, the silent, alert service ��� these are to be understood. But travellers require  other aids to perfect enjoyment. Jaded and tired after  stress of mental and physical  effort, they need repose. Surfeited with the year's humdrum labors, they demand  change. Dried and withered  by the scorching sun, cool air  is an essential."  By the late 1940's traffic to  Bowen Island had fallen off  considerably. The decline is  generally attributed to the increased number of car owners  on the lower mainland, as  none of the Bowen ships could  carry automobiles. In addition  there was now a greater variety of attractions competing  for   the   entertainment  dollar.  The ^Lady Alex was withdrawn from service in 1952  and soon sold, along with  other ships of the Union fleet.  However, her new owners  were unable to find a use for  her and after lying idle she  began to prepare last year for  a new career ��� a floating restaurant.  The Lady Alex remains  very much a ship, but her new  life is far removed from her  lively days as an excursion  queen. Now moored permanently in Coal Harbor, at the  west end of Vancouver's waterfront, she is still afloat but  her engines have been removed. Reclassified as a sailing  vessel under Department of  Transport regulations, she is  otherwise no different from  ���many vessels in seagoing service, and is required to carry  1,200   life   preservers   aboard.  When completed, the dining  area and two lounges will seat  250. It is planned to convert  other areas of the ship later,  when private banquet rooms  will be installed. Both lounges  provide   a   sweeping  view  of  Vancouver Harbor that includes Stanley Park and the  mountains across the Fraser  estuary.  Construction changes have  been kept to minimum and everything has been done to pre  serve the shipboard atmosphere. In the remodelling, the  present owners have used the  original Union Steamship colors of white, black and orange  on the exterior, and many nautical touches have been kept  intact.  jDzauku    Jbnoh,  AAVO<W   Q<AP8JV  Sechelt HigQiway, near  Gibsons Telephone Office  Phone Gibsons 290  ^3  When in Vancouver, stay at  B.C.'S NEWEST,  SMARTEST  HOTEL  Planning a trip to Vancouver? It's smart to  stay at the Blackstone. Conveniently located  in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Full  hotel services available for your comfort and  convenience. Wired music in every room.  Excellent food prepared by one of Canada's top  chefs featuring Italian and American dishes.  * Modern, Comfortable Rooms  * Excellent Service  * Reasonable Rates  * 2 Modern Dining Rooms  * 2 Luxurious Lobbys  * Your Host, Morley Kyte  BLACKSTONE HOTEL  1176 Granville St., Van. 2. B.a���Ph. MU 1-7541  9037-1 ���  FREE PARKING AND FREE TV  A?  �����  V  JULIE r-  / .. ��� -��� ��� ,  A bank manager is interested in all ,  his customers.  i.  No depositor is too young, no account  too small, no financial problem too  minor to receive his attention and  consideration.  He likes dealing with people and is  trained to help them in every way  he can. He's a good man to talk  things over with���not just because he  knows a lot about banking, but because he can be counted on to apply  that knowledge and experience to the  needs of all his customers.  To him, banking is the opportunity  to work with all sorts of people and,  through bank services, to help with  your problems,-jour hopes and plans.  THE CHARTERED BANKS  SERVING  YOUR COMMUNITY Results of the Elphinstone  High School track meet are as  follows:  House A won the track meet  with 201 points.  House standings are as follows: House A, 641; House B,  569; House C, 5.36; House A  winning   the Drummond Cup.  Medium E's went to Sheila  Smith, Danny Coates and Sandra Nystron. These were won  by  accumulative   points.  Ridgeway trophy, most  points in track, Helen Bezdeck  and Danny Coates, tie.  Hassans Store  Complete Stock of  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial  and   Sports  Hardware ��� Dry Goods  BAPCO PAINT  Interior & Marine  Phone TU 3-2415  Holland-Harris trophy, best  boy athlete, Lowell Pearl.  Veitch trophy, best girl  athlete,  Jean  Cattanach.  Chuck Robinson trophy,  most valuable player award,  Steve Holland.  Coaches trophy, Robert Bezdeck.  Fallows Stephenson trophy,  senior girls team spirit, Helen  Bezdeck.  Barry Wood trophy, chess,  Nick Seymour.  Dave Chippendale trophy,  checkers, Nick Seymour.  Johnson trophy, best badminton player, Brent Marshall  las, Randy Boyes, John Smith  High  Jump:   Ken   Sneddon,  Doug  Cooper, Dave Wilson.  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It was quickly extinguished and the Brigade  Coast News, June 16,  1960.   3  ^���- .���.       ������ ��� ������.������ ���i ������ i. -��� -���     n���rrrr1>  stocd by until all danger was  over. The Brigade was ably assisted by Les Chamberlain, chief  forest ranger and George Miller  of the Silver Skagit Shake mills.  Canada depends on her forests.  WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  '8  SENIOR GIRLS  60 yd. Dash: Jean Cattanach, Myrna Inglis, Sheila  Smith, Heather Bracewell.  Relay: House C, House B,  House A.  100 yd. Dash: Jean Cattanach Sheila Smith, Myrna Inglis.  Discus: Jean Cattanach, Heather   Bracewell  Myrrta Inglis.  Broad Jump: Sharon Stewart, Heather Bracewell, Jean  Cattanach.        .  Ball *'Thi^fA"l3inda Chris-  tiarison, Heather Bracewell,  Derelys Donley.  High Jump: Sharon Stewart,  Heather Bracewell, Jean Cattanach.  with 3 modern  electric range!  Ask  Dukes & Bradshaw  Ltd.  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Your rugs,  drapes, and furniture take on an exciting new dimension when  you explore all.the fascinating avenues opened up by the  Tint-A-Matic Color System-  Available in any of these finishes: semi-gloss, high gloss,  enamel, alkyd flat, latex, exterior house paint  Come in for an exciting free demonstration.  MARSHALL WELLS  ^m ��*��� ������������������������������ ��**=����_,,  f    RIGHT HERE  V  IN OUR STORE  I  COLOR    SYST EM  Beauty by the gallon for all your painting needs! j  To make all your cooking better and  easier - today's electric ranges are completely-  automatic. With the new automatic ovens, you  simply place your meal inside - set the time      * '���' :  and temperature controls - and you're free to  take care of other chores. Everything cooks safely,  deliciously, without further attention!  The automatic top surface unit maintains  the exact cooking temperature you want... every  heat from a high sear to a gentle simmer that  will keep food warm after it's cooked.  Yet with all their automatic features these  new electric ranges are. wonderfully simple to  operate - as you'll discover for yourself wheh you  ask your appliance dealer for a demonstration!  B.C. E LE CTRIC  %t  Borrow this beautiful COLOR HARMONY BOOK! Choose in  your own home from hundreds of modem color combinations!  >hone mmm.  604-P  C  &  S SALES  &  SERVICE  Phone Sechelt 3  JOHN   WOOD   HARDWARE   &   APPLIANCES  Phone GIBSONS 32  '$  RADIO   &  TV   CENTRE  Phone SECHELT 6 }  Phone SECHELT 51  Phone SECHELT 51 4   Coast News June 16 1960.  Standard research breakthrough... new Methyl*steps up  octane performance so effectively that it stops power-  '   '     *-* ���    -     *  wasting knock better than any other antiknock com-  pound. No other gasoline hasanything like it! An*l it's in  .... __ *������ - -.  both grades of Chevron gaso!ine...gt no increase in price!  ���^  �����������yj-fri(k(i>��k to attftiwck compow** ^  We take better care of your car  Standard Stations ��� Chevron Dealers  SUPREME ... high-powered premium, for all high-compression cars.  CHEVRON ... top performance economy grade, for "regular" users.  Unsurpassed products and service  81.618 Coast News June 16, I960.    5  Issued by department of  fisheries, Vancouver for period  ending June 7.  Vancouver - Howe Sound:  Ideal weather encouraged  widespread fishing; throughout  the area over the weekend but  the returns were spotty.  Springs and jack springs made  up most of the light catch that  was reported from the McNab  Creek-Defence Islands area off  the southeast shoreline of  Gambier Island, throughout  the southern entrance waters  to Howe Sound and along the  West Vancouver shoreline.  Pender     Harbour:     Fishing  was fair in this region on Sat  urday with the few fishermen  out averaging about lVz fish  per boat. Around Pender Harbour echo averaging 4 lbsi  were more numerous than  spring salmon which ranged  in weight up to a high of 22 lb  Off Thormanby Islands, two-  thirds of the catch were spring  and one-third coho. Half of  the boats in this region were  Vancouver based.  ENERGETIC  DUCKS  Black ducks are not usually  as divers, but it has been dem-  crotrated   that they will  dive  as deep as ten feet to get food.  OCEANS1DE   FURNITURE  and   CABINET   SHOP  BEACH AVE; ROBERTS CREEK  * Custom furnishings for every room in the home in hardwood veneers, Formica, Arborite, or unpainted softwoods.        ,.,..  * Kitchen cabinets and counter tops.  * Store fixtures and office furniture.  Repairs and Refinishing ���. ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  R. BIRKIN ��� Phone Gibsons 218G  Steamship  Plane  Rail  Bus  Tours  ;  Hotels  Put your travel  arangements in  the hands of our  exuerienced  TRAVEL  CONSULTANTS  UNIVERSAL TRAVEL  SERVICE LTD.  Pay Later Plan  No Service  Charge  Vancouver 1.  Mail Order Dept.,  918 W. Pendfer St.  MUtual 4-8577  FOREIGN LANGUAGE ENQUIRIES INVITED  ^^^^^  ��� "-������'-..,  how lonely leftovers  \  become "frozen assets"  v#*  with a Home Freezer!  Those extra servings of roast or stew, that  lonely lamb chop or chicken leg, make the ideal  basis for tasty, ready-to-heat "TV dinners". Just  place them on individual aluminum freezing plates,  add leftover servings of vegetables and mashed  potatoes with pats of butter, then wrap and freeze.  Then one night when you don't feel like cooking or dishwashing��� just heat these TV dinners  in the oven and serve, fresh and flavorful as the  day you cooked them! Economical, too ��� when  you own a home freezer.  For exciting food ideas-look into,a Home Freezer  B. C.   ELECTRIC  Serving..your home with better living  JOHN   WOOD   HARDWARE   '&---APPLIANCES  Phone GIBSONS 32  RfiCHTEH'S   RADIO   ft . TV   CENTRE  Phone SECHELT 6  PACKER'S  HARDWARE,   Seehelt  Phone SECHELT 51  to editor  Editor: in regards to the  statement made at the Sechelt  Village council meeting which  reads "with an expression of  regret that some ignorant people had to come along and upset things," it was quite a surprise to find our elected representatives have such a low  opinion of the people they  serve.  Just because we parents ar  concerned about our little 6  and 7 year olds having to walk  two and three miles to school  in the mud at 7:30 on dark  winter mornings where cougars are on the prowl, we are  considered ignorant people. ?!  wonder if any of the people  concerned with that statement  would like to walk under these  conditions every day.. The reason, the people of Porpoise Bay  are upsetting things is because  we have the only Grades 1, 2  and 3 children walking such  distances to the Sechelt school.  All the other children of this  age group and some older, are  ctill being transported. If there  was no need for this bus, why  wasi it ever  supplied?  It's good to see the people  taking an interest in what their  elected representatives are doing and the Coast News is doing a wonderful job c�� reporting all sides of the school issues now being discussed. *��  One of the Ignorant,"  Porpoise   Bay  BY MRS. A.A. FRENCH  Sechelt Branch Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary will recess for the summer months.  The ladies^expect to be busy,  however. A members' tea, proceeds for the purchase of materials for the annual bazaar,  will be held at the home of  Mrs. C. Kydd on June 21. The  annual picnic at the home of  Mrs. Dorothy Browning on  ouiy 7 and the annual bazaar  work will carry on until October 27. Mrs. J. Peterson will  be  bazaar   general    convenor.  Mrs. Mabel Nelson is en  route to Australia where she  will spend some months visiting friends.  Mra. August Crucil (Chris)  left by jet plane for Rome,  Italy. She expects to spend  some time visiting old friends  and places.  On Friday, June 17, the W.  A. to St. Hilda's Anglican  Church will hold a tea and  bake sale in the Parish Hall.  Mrs. Agnes Engen and Mrs.  G. Nelson are attending a conference of the Church of Latter Day Saints in Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woods jr.  with Shelly and Garry are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Erickson.  Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKissock are in Vancouver for a  few days.  Mrs. Charles Tosh Mrs.  Grace Dunn and Mr. Herb Don-  neau were recent visitors from  Vancouver at the home of Mrs.  Jean  Murphy,   West Porpoise  Bay.  A farewell surprise party  was held in the Selma Paxk  community centre in.honor of  Mrs. Zenon Schott who has  left Selma Park after many  years, for Vancouver Island.  Residents turned out in force  to bid farewel. She was presented  with a table lamp.  BRIEF SECONDS  Drivers should be alert for  distant traffic problems. Even  at slow speeds, far off situations will be problems in a  matter of seconds.  ��W@si3if��^ssae^^^  Don't Say Bread  s^   "McGAVXN'S"  Local Sales Rep.  NORMAN STEWART  Phone Gibsons 189  R. R. 1, GIBSONS  1  i  Church Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, GIfosons  8 a.m. Holy Communion  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  3:00 p.m., Evensong  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  Evening Service, 7:30 p.m.  11:00 a.m., Sunday School  UNITED  Gibsons  9:45   a.m.,  Sunday School  11:00 a.m., Divine Service  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson Creek  3:30  p.m., Divine  Service  11:00 a.m., Sunday School      ��  ,.     PORT MELLON Ayyyyl  The Community Church. A Auk  ^:x.'^:Y--7:30/*-p.m;.-Evenson^,^?^?  ST- VINCENT'S; r:yy  Holy Family,  Sechelt,  9:00 a_m.  St.  Mary's,   Gibsons,   10:30 a.m.  Port   Mellon,  first  Sunday  of  each month at  11:35 a.m.  Bethel Baptist Church  Sechelt A  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer      J  11:15 a.m., Worship Service    }  Gibsons A  Roth Home,   7:30   p.m.      I  CHRISTIAN    SCIENTISTS}  Church Service and Sunday    |  School, 11 a.m. in Roberts Creefcj  United Churju '].*  PENTECOSTAL       ; ��� %  9:45 a.m.,   Sunday School     p  11:00 a.m. Devotional       -.'if*  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service -  Mid-week services as announced!.  Pender  Harbour Tabernacle"  ������>���' 12:00 a.m., Morning Service  7:30 p:m., Wednesday Prayer  |;  Meeting <r  Glad Tidings Tabernacle   |  Gramihams   Hall |  Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services 11 a.m  and 7:30 p.m  Wednesday,   8   p.m  %  - *  ��*--^,t_f  ,C   &  $  SALES  &  SI  Phone Sechelt 3  JOHN CHAPMAN of Courtenay defeated 23 other cr.-ites-  tants from ail parts of B. C. in  the Provincial finals of the  Teenage i-afe Driven2 Road-e-o  Ch soman wen the Esso trophy,  Sir"--'.', nnii Hv-�� *"!?ht +" >���<���-��� Tvre-  :\cnt B. C. in the national finals which will be held in Regina in July. Too piize al Regina   is    a   SI.000   "scholarship.  Marine Men's Wear  LTD.  The Most Wanted  FOR HIM  Oh Lady Be Good to Him... Choose Here! j  for DAD on  HIS day  JUNE 19th  ��'.'v*.V.V  THE GOVERNMENT OF  THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  TO RlfHHUL  Since  January  of  this  jiear -enumeration  has been  conducted  throughout the Province, as required, to bring voters lists  up to date  Notices have now been mailed to all persons who are registered as voters  in the Mackenzie Electoral District.  An}' person residing in this electoral district who does net r.c-aive  his notice during (the next seven days must consider that he is NOT REGISTERED.  Any such person, if qualified, should apply for registration without  delay at one of the cfcntres listed below, or contact tha Registrar oi  Voters.  Note that no (further) door-to-door canvass is to be made. You  will not be called on at your home, but must apply at one of the places  listed, or at the Registrar's office. Forms for making application will b?  ���mailed by the Registrar to anyone -.-^questing them by letter or telephone.  Registration centres will be opened at the following locations,  from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from June 2nt*n to June 30th, inclusive, cxcep.inj  Sundays.  Pender Harbour ailea, Mad-dra Park Post Office.  Rutherford's Store, Halfmoon Bay.  Sechelt Insurance Agency, ftechelt.  Vic's Trading Post, Wilson Creek.  Roberts Creek General Store.  Coast News, Gibsons.  Hopkins Landing Store.  Port Mellon General Store.  Qualifications for registration are:  Ninet^n rears of a-: v. or older  British subject or Canadian citizen  Resident of Canada for past 12 mon til*  Resident of British Columbia for past 6 months  JAS. V. GASPARD,  Registrar of Voters  Addm��s: Box 190. Powell River, B.C.  Phone: HU 3-9313. 4    Coast News June 16 1960.  Church opens  finance drive  A special appeal for $500,-  000 has been made by the B.  C. Conference, United Church  of Canada, to help finance the  services provided by the six  agencies within the church.  A. H. Williamson, honorary  chairman of the "Crusade for  Dedicated   Stewardship"   said  the  appeal has been made to  .corporations    and    individuals  to    complete    the    $1,500,000  fund launched three years ago.  'The congregations of the United   Church   throughout    the  " province   have pledged  $600,-  000 while repayment of loans  made to congregations are expected tc raise the other $400,-  000.  The money will be used for  Church Extension fund for  new churches and Sunday  Schools.  Union College, which is  training 70 candidates for the  ministry.  Namarata Training school.  Increased facilities for lay leadership training.  First United Church Centre,  which assisted more than 7500  persons last year. Its age requires replacement.  Home for Senior Citizens,  which have been pioneered by  the United Church for several  years and Youth Camps which  must be increased.  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"The man  in the house in this day ig so  often pushed around or laughed at! But your Dad was respected by the whole community and he really worked at being a father!"  There were four children in  our family and it never occurred to us that our dad "worked  at being a father."  Boys  and  Roberts Greek  (By Mrs. M. Newman)  Tlie Louis Grays have been  entertaining Mrs. Gray's sister  and   husband,   Mr.   and   Mrs.  Mike Hosey and their son of  Oregon and a friend, Mr. Jim  Thompson. In the  party were  also   Mrs.   Gray's  niece,   Mrs.  Pauline Jourant and her son,  on Boise, Idaho, whom she had  not seen for 11 years. The relatives brought home movies of  interesting   incidents   in  their  lives   and   took   many   more  while here.  Mrs. M. H. Bell has returned to her home in Seattle after  spending a week with rner sister, Mrs. R. Mitchell.  Among the 600 members of  OES attending Grand Chapter  in Victoria June 5-8 were 22  from Mt. Elphinstone Chapter,  including Mr. and Mrs. E. J.  Shaw, Mrs. R. J. Eades and  Mrs. R. Cumming of Roberts  Creek.  Staying in the Guinming  home while they visited in  Victoria, Godfrey Cumming of  Vancouver took over the care  cf the grounds and gardens,  soon to be the setting of the  OE13  annual tea.  Mrs. Elsie Gunn and Mrs.  A. M. Penrose have returned  to their home in Burnaby after a week's vacation here.  Mrs. A. Ewart and Mrs. N.  Ewart spent a short vacation  in Vancouver.  CHURCH  PICNIC  Gibson Memorial United  Church Sunday School picnic  will be held Saturday, June 25  at Seaside Park, Port Mellon.  A bus will. leave the School  Hall at 9:45 a.m. Saturday and  Dogwood Cafe at 10 a.m. A  program of sports will be part  of the day's events.  RADIO GETS FIGHT  CBC's Trans -Canada radio  network will carry a description, live, of the world's heavy  weight championship fight between champion Ingemar Johansson of Sweden and Floyd  Patterson of Brooklyn N. Y.,  June 20 at New York's Polo  Grounds. The broadcast will  begin at 7:05 p.m., PDT.  girls, at least while they are  in Public School, more or less  accept their parents as they  are. We did know that father  shared his leisure time with  us and he was always good  company.  What fun we had hiking in  the maple sugar bush in the  spring or searching for beechnuts in the autumn! Dad was  an ardent fisherman and a Saturday afternoon fishing expedition with him was a great  treat.  He loved all animals, but  horses were his favorites. We  considered ourselves very  lucky if it was our turn to go  to one of the nearby Fall Fairs  when father showed his standard bred, "Fairy Winkle."  For almost two decades we  lived in a big manse with lots  of ground around it. "There  never is an end to cutting  grass!" we sometimes grumbled. We knew right well that  father expected us to do a  good job. He had no use for  slip-shod work.  Long before we started  school we were allowed to  help father put in the garden.  As we got older,he toiled with  us on .caring for the plants.  We had quite a struggle with  the twitch grass getting into  the strawberry patch. But every June we had a family celebration over our first big  "feed" of strawberries. Father  always* quoted "Doubtless* God  -could have made a better berry, but doubtless God never  Mdid."  <    We  lived   quite   a  distance  from the school and so there  was not   much  time   for   the  rnoon   meal.   But   supper  was  ? more leisurely and we all looked forward to the conversation  as well as the food. Father insisted  that   only   one   person  "speak at a time. We had some  ! wonderful   discussions  on  all  1 kinds of topics. One winter farther encouraged each of us to  read the daily newspaper and  tell briefly the piece  of news  which interested us most at the  supper table.  After the evening meal was  over, father asked for "The  Book" and we had family wor-  &ihip. Sometimes we sang a  - hymn. Occasionally we children had a turn in reading  from the Bible. I can recall my  father's musical voice as he  head aloud from the. Psalms or  some of the other- fine passages'  in the St. James version. We  kneeled when father prayed ���  and even the youngest of us  ���realized that this was real  prayer.  Anyone who. came into our  heme was aware that father  and mother were happy' in  ...their married life. They didn't  take time to talk much about  members of a family being  considerate and loyal. They liv  ed out their faith in home being a little island of love and  security set in the wide ocean  of life.  Father never showed any  favoritism. When we were  naughty, our punishment was  fair, even if sometimes it s*eem-  ed severe. But we never doubted our father's affection. Nor  did he ever seem to waver in  his faith in us that we would  grow up to be useful citizens*.  The salary he received was  less than two thousand a year.  He and mother must have  scrimped in order to give us a  higher education. But he never  mentioned  this   being a  burden  One lovely June day father  watched three of his children  graduate, one in theology, one  in medicine, one in arts An  acquaintance at the Garden  party remarked, "Those youngsters of yours must have cost  a pretty .sum! I expect you're  relieved that their college days  are over?"  "Not at all," father answered quickly "I'd be glad to live  them all over again ��� This is  the proudest day of my life"  Take FATHER M  for Dinner Wm Sunday...  at  DANNY'S  Cream Mushroom Soup  Relish  T-bone Steak  Saute Mushrooms or Onions  F.F. Potatoes, Macedon  Apple pie, Cheese  Banana Cream Pie  BREAST OF CHICKEN AND CHIPS  TO TAKE OUT   or CALL GIBSONS 140  $1.15  �����  For Lease  Modern Service Station  POWELL RIVER DISTRICT  Mechanical and tune-up knowledge helpful  Applicants should have business ability and b<3  prepared to make a moderate capital investment.  For further information call or write  Jerry MacDonald  STANDARD OIL DEALER  Wilson Creek ��� Ph. Sechelt 222  The emotions of being a father..  The emotions of being a father stay constant  through the ages. The hopes and fears . . . the  wishes and apprehensions. The humbling realization that no other task in all the world  carries with it so grave a responsibility, so  rewarding a victory as that of being a father.  For where else: does a boy look ... . for light  which will leadto surev places for young feet  to stand . . . for guidance through the great  continent of the mind ..'. for those words and  teachings that will open wisdom's way... for a  held-out hand, a haven in every sudden storm?  Where else but to a father, who knows that  every son is a miracle, like daily light.   ������������  More than anything else Fatherhood is guidance and wisdom ���the wisdom of setting a  good example in thought, in word, in deed.  And one principle that surely deserves to be  exemplified is the practice of Moderation in all  things, including the use of whisky. It is this  thought which The. House of Seagram wishes  to leave with you on this Father's Day, 1960.  May it enrich your life with happiness, and  your son's thereafter.  THE HOUSE OF SEAGRAM  ss*sy  Joseph E. Seagram & Sons Ltd., Waterloo, Ontario.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. COMING  EVENTS  REAL ESTATE  MISC. FOR SALE  ANNOUNCEMENT  June 17, Fri., 2:30 p.m., St.  Hilda's Summer Tea and sale  of home cooking, Parish Hall,  Sechelt.  June 18, Roberts Creek Legion  invites members of branches  and auxiliaries to Birthday  party, 7:30 p.m.  June 18, Gibsons Legion, 30th  annual Cabaret and Social.  June 18, Square Dance span-  sored by" Hopkins Squarenaders, Port Mellon Community  Hall. 8 p.m. Everybody welcome.  June 19, C. W. L. Father's Day  Dinner, Port Mellon Community Hall, 5-7 p.m.  June 24, Wilson Creek United  Church Sunday School picnic  Friday, 1.30 p.m., Wilson Ck.  Community Hall.  BINGO, Gibsons Legion Hall,  Monday nights, 8 p.m. Everybody welcome.  WEDDINGS  SABO ��� HANDY On June 10.  1960 at Fraserview United  Church, Andrew Sabo, son of  Mr. and Mrs. L Sabo of Saltcoats, Sask., to Gail O'Day,  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.  T. Handy of Robert�� Creek,  B. C.  DEATH NOTICE  ALBERTSON ��� Passed away  June 8, 1960, Mary Ann Alma  Albertson aged 76 years, of  322 West 18th, North Vancouver. Survived by one son, Ray,  North Vancouver, 4 sisters,  Mrs. HI Johnson, Mrs. M. Sid-  dell, Mrs. A Johnston, Ontario; Mrs. E. Nelson, North Vancouver; 2 brothers, William  and Jack, Ont., 4 grandchildren. Funeral service was held  Sat. June 11, 9:30 a.m., North  Vancouver Chapel, Rev. E.  Rands officiated. Interment  North Vancouver Cemetery.  Harvey Funeral Home, GiD-  sons,  Directors.  KENT ��� Passed away June 1,  1960, Violet Beatrice (Alice)  Kent, aged 76 years, of Porpoise Bay, B. C. Survived by  1 son, Robert, Sechelt. Funeral service was held June 4, at  the Harvey Funeral Home,  Gibsons B...-C. Rev. E. Jessop  officiating. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. Harvey Funeral  Home Directors.  HELP WANTED  Reliable married man with  good car to manage esitabished  Fuller Brush territory. Steady  year" round employment For  information write G. F. Wel-  den, 760 Chestnut St., Nanaimo, B. C. Ph. SKiline 3-4704.  LADIES ��� Start your own  business NOW, Become an  AVON REPRESENTATIVE  Substantial income immediately. We train you. Write today.  Mrs. J. Mulligan, Westsyde,  Kamloops.  Fuller Brush man wanted. Apply Mr. Zoet, Gen. Del. Sechelt  FOUND  A place to get take out service  we   suggest   local   grown   fried  half  chicken with French fried  potatoes from DANNY'S  Phone Gibsons  140.  PETS  *������ II , ,.��� ���     -��� . ,11 ' .        _��� m,  ��� ,. II I      | .    .  Good home wanted for male  German  Shepherd-Dane cross.  1 yr. old. Also male kittens.  SPCA.  Phone Gibsons, 118Y.  BOATS FOR SALE  18 ft. half cabin runabout, 35  hp. Johnson. Like new. Phone  Gibsons   220X'.  32' camp or beachcomber, 145  Chrysler marine, 2.3:1, gum  wooded, fw tank, galley, oil  stove, sleeps 3 repainted $2600  WEbster 9-9140. G. Lockstein,  1060 Chartand Ave., New  Westminster.  2 hp. outboard, aircooled, Al  condition, $75. Cartop boat,  $25. Gibsons 96G after 6 p.m!  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY      "  $5,000 buys half interest in  profitable taxi business. See  "Cwiart McMynn for terms and  particulars, f  FUELS '  WOOD  Fir or Alder  Large Loads  SERVICE FUELS  Gibsons 173Q  FOR RENT  Unfurnished 2 bedroom suite,  $45 per month. Phone Mrs.  Butler at  Gibsons 445 or 244.  Deal "with   Confidence   with  TOM DUFFY  SECHELT REALTY  AND INSURANCE  Member of  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  & Multiple Listing Service  Canadian Association of  Real Estate Boards  B.C. Association of  Real Estate Boards  & Multiple Listing Service  Insurance Agents Assoc of B.C.  Waterfront ��� Good Anchorage  Lots ��� Acreage ��� Farm land  Dwellings  Write: Box 155, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 22, 158 or 248  or better still call at our office  We will be pleased to serve  you  BUYING OR SELLING  Business or Residential  Large  or   small  Prompt Friendly Experienced  Service  Chas. English Ltd.  Real Estate and Insurance  Gibsons 445  West Van.  WA 2-9145  DRUMMOND REALTY  We have buyers, and require  listings  Waterfront   and semi-waterfront lots.  Several   homes    on    waterfront.  If acreage wanted, see us.  Always has good buys  Notary Public  Gibsons Phone 39  TWO OFFICES  REAL   ESTATE  &  INSURANCE  Phone 432 Phone 53  Gibsons Sechelt  "A Sign of Service"  H.  B. GORDON  & KENNETT  LTD.  Gibsons and Sechelt, B. C.  ��� '.,������-���������  1-1 ��� , ... - -I I-.*  PROPERTY FOR  SALE  $2900 F.P. new attractive cottage, Roberts Creek area. See  Ewart McMynn, Chas English  Ltd,   Gibsons 445  Gibsons waterfront, Comfortable 2 bedroom home, modern  kitchen, nice living room, full  ,width sun porch. Fully furnished, $9,000.  300'.  frontage   on   good   road,  close to schools, shopping, etc.  comfortable family home consisting of 2 bedrooms, nice living room, bright kitchen with  dining nook, Pembroke plumbing, garage and chicken houses  $1850  will handle.  View with Kay Butler.  CHAS. ENGLISH LTD.  Gibsons 445  Good house, 26 x 26 for sale  cheap $1100 and take it away.  Phone  Gibsons   26H evenings.  240 feet frontage Honeymoon  Road, $700. Name your own  terms. A. Simpkins, Pratt Rd.  Phone Gibsdns  171K  First   $6,500   cash   takes   new  2 br. home near school and  Super-Valu. on O'Shea Rd. Ph.  Gibsons 145X  5 room house, every modern  convenience, 2 acres waterfront lots, fruit trees, etc. Snap  at $13,000. Terms. Also 4 room  modern bungalow, waterfrontage. Phone Sechelt 141H.  Madeira Park, 180 ft. waterfrontage, year round anchorage, good fishing, IVz acres, 2  bedroom home, full plumbing,  v/iring,   fireplace,   open   plan,  3 years old, V4 mile from paved road, store, Post Office  cithin 5 minutes walk, 2 room  guest cabin, wired, landscaped. A beautiful property. FP  $16,500. G. S. Nott, Madeira  Park P. 6.  Opportunity for woodworker.  Home, shop, Bell saw and  planer, timber, etc*. Rent, lease  or sale. Age only reason. Write  Roberts, Billings Bay, Nelson  Island.  Cleared lot in Sechelt, 66 x  122, 2 blocks from P.O., $1350  full price.  Ph.  Sechelt   146M  Roberts Creek property, Beach  Ave., Close to waterfront. Cash  only, about 1 acre. W. H. Shaw  R. R. 1, Gibsons.  PROPERTY WANTED  Cottage, Roberts Creek or district, 2 bedrooms, living room  with fireplace, modern kitchen with dining space, 4 pee.  bathroom. Must be all on one  level,- beach or near waterfront - only. Around $9,000.  3243 Travers Ave.. West Vancouver.. Ph WAlnut'2-5782  Large 4 roomed unfurnished  suite, oil range. Available  July 1. Also for July and August, furnished suite on waterfront. Ph. Gibsons 309 or 80  PRINTING ������  Your PRINTER is  as near as  your telephone at 45-Qi  Arceage or lot with or without building, on or near waterfrontage wanted by private  party, on Sechelt or Francis  Peniraula. Box 571, Coast  News.  WATCH REPAIRS  Eelsaw Planer, 12" x 6" and  attachments for shiplap, etc.,  with 6 hp. Wisconsin engine  and clutch.  I.E.L. Power  Saw, 24" blade.  Bandsaw, 20" heavy  Concrete   mixer   with   Briggs  engine  Pipe dies, V2" to 1" and vise.  250 ft. of W cable, cargo  blocks, snatch blocks, 5 boom  chains, steel vise, 3 saw mandrels, 3 6 volt generators, pea-  vey, G.E. car heater, quantity  of bolts, nuts*, steel shaft, cable  ���clamps, pipe fittings, V pulley, V belts, cross cut saw, etc.  Also 12 ft. inboard boat, 4 hp.  Wisconsin engine, oars.  E.   E.   GARVEY  Francis Peninsula, Pender Hbr  Phone TU 3-2338.  1 AMC 11 cu. ft. refrigerator,  $100; 1. Force electric rangette,  $35; 1 Inglis washing machine  with pump, $65. Ph. Gibsons  360F.  1937 Chev truck, 2 ton, overload springs, running order.  Cash or swap. Phone Gibsons  88K.  1 set golf clubs and bag, almost new, half price. Phone  Gibsons 357.  TYPEWRTERS  Large stock reduction sale of  11" gray Royals. Regular price  $119.50. Now $79.50 delivered, tax included Good grade  machines, reconditioned, magic margin, touch control, automatic tab. Because offer is  so low, please send cheque  with order to avoid bookkeeping. Royal Typewriter Company stands behind these machines.  ROYAL TYPEWRITER Co. Ltd  1900 W. Broadway, Vancouver  Modern 28 ft. trailer, sleeps 4.  At  Kleindale.  Ph. TU 3-2690.  2 plywood fibreglassed boats,  12'. 1  @ $175, and  1 @ $200.  3 hp. Evinrude outboard, $35.  Phone  Sechelt  142W   .���. 1  Leonard Refrigerator, $65 Ph.  Gibsons 395F.  1 operating taxi for sale. Ph.  Gibsons   19M.  Large chesterfield, vinyl cover, washable, $35. Sechelt 217.  21" Capehart Television, $150  Mrs. E. Bissett, Selma Park.  Anglia, '49 with '52 motor, $50  Phone Gibsons 302.  ^Singer, sewing  machine   (treadle) Cheap. Ph. Gibsons 223Q  Coal, wood stove, 1 yr. old.  Cheap. Behind Roberts Creek  Post Office.  TOTEM LOGS  now available at  HILLTOP BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Gibsons 221  Oil stove, pot burner. Mrs. Jo-  hansen,   Phone  Gibsons 264R.  LAWN FURNITURE  Large chairs, $5; tables $3.50;  set of 2 chairs and table, $13;  Child's chairs $3; child's tables, $2.50; set of 2 chairs and  table $8. 5. drawer chest, $20.95  4 drawer chest, $18.95; 30" x  52" dropside cribs with weave  plywood spring, $25. Galley's  Woodworking Shop, Gibsons  212W.  Stauffer reducing couch, excellent condition, timer included. Phone Gibsons 281.  Residence  105Y        Store  339  ROGERS PLUMBING  SUPPLIES  Gibsons  Electric  refrigerators  7 cu. ft. $69  Westinghouse   frig  9 cu. ft. $89  All  guaranteed  Oil stove $69  Combination wood,  coal and gas $79  Gurney oil range $89  4 ring electric stove  real buy $49  Small size wood  and coal range $49  Small size  cast  iron  wood  heater,  in   good  shape $19  Cash  or  terms.  New lV<i  hp. Electric  hand saw $39.50  Only 2 at this time.  Top soil, cement gravel, washed  and screened, road grayel and  fill. Delivered and spread Ph.  Ph.  Gibsons 148M.  Remodelling, Arborite and  cabinets, Gyproc finishing,  house framing. Estimates. J.  Walton, Phone Gibsons 17IK,  R.R. 1, Gibsons.    Horseback riding lessons, English or Western style, $1.50  per hour or 75c per hour on  your own horse. Ph. Gibsons  196Q.  BACKHOE  available for all types of dig-  ging. Phone Gibsons 13.  Saws filed. Galley's Wood  working Shop. Gibsons 212W.  HARRY  ALMOND  Carpenter   work,  building   alterations and repairs.  Roberts  Creek.  Phone Gibsons   179W.  DAVID NYSTROM  Painting, paperhanging, sample book. Anywhere on the  Peninsula. Phone Gibsons 166  or write P.O. Box 235, Gibsons.  TIMBER CRUISING  K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Vancouver 9, Phone REgent 3-0683.  Kitchen cabinets built and remodelled; repairs and alterations; furniture built and repaired. Best of work guaranteed. Galley's Woodworking  Shop. Phone Gibsons 212W.  Tree falling, topping, or removing lower limbs for view.  Insured work from Port Mellon to Pender Harbour. Phone  Gibsons 337F,  Marven Volen.  Peter Christmas, Roberts Creek  fireplaces, chimneys, alterations, some stone work. Phone  Gibsons 179K.  Sewing machine and small appliance repairs. Speedy service.  Bill Sheridan, Selma Park. Ph.  Sechelt 69W or Gibsons 130.  Painting, interior and exterior,  paper hanging, hourly or contract. Reasonable rates. Estimates free. Ron Orchard, Sechelt  165R or 69W.  DIRECTORY  Used electric and gas ranges, also oil ranges. C & S Sales. Ph.  Sechelt 3.  WANTED  For guaranteed watch and jewelry  repairs, see Chris's Jewelers,  Sechelt. Work done en th3  premises.' tfn  Old   Gramophone   records   in  "-1 "'"^e condition. Any make  Gib Gibson, Roberts Creek PO  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Phone 243.  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE CARRY THE STOCK"  Phone Gibsons 53  LET US  HELP YOU  PLAN NOW  Draperies by the yard  or made  to measure  All accessories  C & S SALES  .......     ���;���_   Phone Sechelt 3  A. M. CAMPBELL ~~  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  Commercial Domestic  West Sechelt Ph. 212R  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Dump trucks for hire  Building  Gravel,   Crush rock,  Bulldozing,, Backhoe and  Loader.  Basements and Culverts  Ditch digging, etc.  ROY  GREGGS  Halfmoon Bay       Sechelt 183G  1-       CLYDE PARNWELL  XV SERVICE  Radio and Electrical Repairs  Evening calls a  specialty  Phone Gibsons  93R  PENINSULA TV  Sales and Service  Headquarters for  FLEETWOOD    .  EMERSON  CHANNEL MASTER  Antennas & Accessories  TV ��� Radio --- Hi-Fi  Phone Gibsons 303  Next to. Bal's Block  SAND ��� GRAVEL  CEMENT  BUILDING MATERIALS  TRUCK & LOADER RENTAL  FOR DRIVEWAYS, FILL. etc.  SECHELT  BUILDING    SUPPLIES  Fiione Sechelt 60  Evenings. 173 or 234  .HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc. Acy. Welding  Precision Machinists  Phone 54 Residence 152  TRADER'S ACCOUN TING  SYNDICATE  Public  accountants  Stationery supplies  Box  258.   Gibsons  Phones: Gibsons (office) 251  (res) 285  Hours, 8:30 to 5, Mon   to Fri  or by appointment  MARSHALL'S   PLUMBING  HEATING   &   SUPPLIES  Pbone Gibson*  1.34. 329 or 33  Complete auto body  repairs  and paint  Chevron Gas  ond  Oil  service  Al1. work Guaranteed  ROBERTS CREEK SERVICE  AND  AUTOBODY  Roberts Creek  Phone Gibsons  177R.  Night   Servke   Gibsons   220V/  DIRECTORY (Continued)  See us for all ysour knitting  requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  Phone Gibsons 34R  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  at  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance Store  Office Phone, Gibsons 99  House Phone. Gibsons 119  PENINSULA     CLEANERS  Cleaners  for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone  GIBSONS 100  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also  Oil Installation  Free estimate  Furniture  Phone Sechelt 3  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios,   Appliances,   TV  Service  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 130  Authorized GE Dealer  FOR GLASS  of all kinds  PHONE GIBSONS 19R  PENINSULA GLASS  C. E. S1COTTE  BULLDOZING SERVICE  Land Clearing  Road Building  Logging ��� Landscaping  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 232 ��� Gibsons  GIBSONS PLUMBING  Heating.  Plumbing  Quick,  efficient service  Phone Gibsons 401R  JIM LABr���MAN  Radio,  TV repairs  Gibsons 99 or 393R.  Used TVs for  sale  See them in the Jay Bee  Furniture  Store  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record  Bar  Phone Sechelt  6  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing,  Grading,  Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks,  Pumps  Air Compressor Rock Drill   Phone Gibsons 176  LAND   SURVEYING  VERNON C. GOUDAL. BCLS  Box 37, Gibsons, B. C.  or  1334 West Pender St.  Vanouver 5, B.C. MU 3-7477  DAN~CARR "  HOUSE AND BOAT BUILDER  Log Cabins, Cabinets and  Furniture  Roberts  Creek,  Gibsons   179R  COCHRAN and   SON  MADEIRA PARK  Blasting,  Rock Drilling  Bulldozing,   Trucking  Backhoe and Gravel  Phone   TU 3-2635  or  TU 3-2377  THRIFTEE  DRESS  SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone Gibsons 34X  Coast News, June 16, 1960.   7  The annual picnic of the  OAP will be held at the Peace  Arch, Blaine, on Wed., Aug. 3.  All members intending to go*  must get their tickets by June  27 at a meeting to be held in  the Kinsmen's Hall as arrangements must be made for transportation. Tea, coffee and ice  cream will be supplied. Anyone wanting tickets please  phone   Gibsons   75M.  LADY'S WATCH FOUND  A lady's watch was picked  up in Granthams area by  young Joe Gibson and it has  been turned over to the Coa^  News. The owner can claim it  through identification at the  Coast News office.  PERK UP WITH A  A familiar voice is a  quick cure for homesickness. Just pick  up the phone and  call family or friends.  Chat awhile. Hear  the news. Costs very  little to chase away  those blues!  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE COMPANY  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY AND OIL STOVES  SERVICED  Phone GIBSONS 22B  V6023-1LD  CCF PUBLIC MEETINGS  TONY GARGRAVE, MLA  MONDAY, June 20 at Madeira Park Community Hall  TUESDAY, June 21 at Egroont Community Hall  BOTH MEETINGS at 8 p.m.  FATHER'S DAY GIFTS  SEAT CUSHIONS ��� MIRRORS  VISOR HOLD ALLS  HUNTING LAMPS ��� FLOOR MATS  WAX JOB ��� AIR DEFLECTORS (for ranch wagons)  ASK ABOUT FREE SHELL TOURING SERVICE  Gibsons Shell Service  Phone Gibsons 313  Charlie & Terry OPEN AIR DANCE  Sechelt Promenaders are once  again having an open air dance  at the Shop Easy Parking Lot.  It will be held June 25 at 8.30  p. m. A warm welcome is extended to all who care for an evening  of dancing and fun. Pay Parade  ���will be $1.00 a couple. Plan to-  come and bring your friend,  parents and grandparents.  THE OLD HOME TOWN  **f*M<>4 u - Pwm OHun  By STANLEYS  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior ��� Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Ph. Gibsons 263G���North Rd.  YOUR  Electrolux Dealer  PHONE EVENINGS  T. SINCLAIR  SECHELT 78T  LEGAL  POUND DISTRICT ACT  WHEREAS notice has Deen  duly given of the intention to  constitute as a Pound District  certain land in the vicinity of  Roberts Creek, which may be  more particularly described as  follows:���  Commencing at the south-west  corner   of   Lot  1541, Group 1,  New Westminster District, being  a point  on   the northerly high-  water   mark   of   the   Strait   of  Georgia;   thence   northerly   and  easterly alone the westerly and  northerly boundaries of said Lot  1541   to    the   north-east corner  thereof;    thence    easterly    and  southerly   along   the   northerly  and easterly boundaries of Lot  6213 to the south-east corner of  said  Lot   6213;   thence  easterly  along the   northerly   boundaries  Of   Lots   1321   and 3354 to the  north-east   corner    of said Lot  3554; thence northerly and easterly   along   the    westerly    and  northerly boundaries of Lot 1319  to   the  north-east  corner thereof:    thence   easterly   along   the  northeuly boundary of Lot 1320  to the north-east corner thereof;  thence southerly along the easterly boundaries of Lot 1320 and  3381 to the south-east corner -or"  Lot 3381; thence westerly along  the  southerly boundary of  said  Lot 3381 to the easterly boundary  of Lot 810; thence southerly alons  the   said   easterly boundary  of  Lot 810 to the north-west corner  of Lot 1506; thence easterly and  southerly   along   the   northerly  and  easterly boundaries of said  Lot 1506 to a point due west of  the   north-west   corner   of   Lot  5820;   thence   east   to the  said  north-west corner; thence easterly along the northerly boundaries  of  Lots   5820,   5821,   5822,   5823  and _ 5824 and the  eastenly prolongation thereof to the westerly  boundary   of   Lot  2596;   thence  northerly and easterly along the  westerly and northerly boundary  of  said Lot 2596 to  the northeast corner thereof; thence easterly   in   a straight line to the  north-west corner  of   Lot 4,  of  Lot 2626, as shown on Plan 3808,  on file in the Land Registry Office, Vancouver; thence easterly  along  the  northerly  boundaries  -of Lots 4 and 21, of Lot 2626,  of said Plan 3808 to the northeast corner of said Lot 21; thfence  north-easterly in a  straight line  to the north-west corner of Lot  1621; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and east-  ly boundaries of said  Lot  1621  to the south-east corner thereof;  thence easterly along the northerly boundaries of Lots 1311 and  1312 to the^ north-east corner of  saidLot 1312;  thence southerly  along the easterly boundaries of  Lots 1312 and 904 to the southeast   corner   of   said   Lot   904;  thence westerly alone the southerly boundary of said Lot 904 to  the   north-east   corner   of   Lot  2497; thence southerly along the  eastenly   boundary   of said  Lot  2497    to   the  south-east  corner  thereof   being   a   point   on   the  aforesaid   northerly   high   water  mark of the Strait of  Georgia:  flience in  a general  north-westerly   direction   along   die   said  northerly high water mark to the  aforesaid   south-west   corner   of  Lot 1541 being the point of commencement:  AND WHEREAS objections to  the constitution of such proposed  Pound District have been recorded:  'THEREFORE NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN that the majority of the proprietors of land  within the above-described district must, within thirty days  from the posting and publishing  of this notice, forward to the  Minister of Agriculture their petition in the form required by  the Section 5 of the "Pound District Act." or otherwise such proposed Pound District will not hi  constituted.  (Signed) Wm. MacGILLIVRAY,  Deputy Minister of Agriculture.  Department of Agriculture,  Victoria, B.C.  May 19th, 1960.  NOTE The word, "proprietor"  in the "Pound District  Act" means any holder  or occupier of land under whatever tenure or  any s u p e r i ntendent,  overseer, servant, or  other person acting for  and on behalf of such .  holder or occupier.  Prepared by the Research Sfaff of  ENCYCLOPEDIA   CANADIAN*  What does reservation mean?  This is a term used to signify  the withholding of royal assert  to a bill by a governor-general or  a   lieutenant-governor   in   order  that the question of giving assent  may be referred to a  superior  level  of government.   The   purpose of the power of reservation  was to enable a governor to defer   the   passage   of legislation  where   doubt   existed as to its  constitutionality or its conformity  with the  policy of a higher  government.  Although the British North.  America Act -still contains a section giving the governor-general  power to reserve a bill passed by  both houses of parliament, pending the sovereign's pleasure, it  would now be clearly inappropriate and contrary to the spirit oi  the constitution for a governor-  general to do so, since such a  step would require the United  Kingdom government to advise  the sovereign on a Canadian matter. Lieutenant-governors, however, have on a number of occasions reserved provincial bills,  usually on the advice of the federal government. The last time  this happened was in connection  with three Alberta bills in 1937.  nut, palm, coconut and sunflower. Margarine uses cottonseed,  soybean   and   coconut.  Coconut,  palm and olive oil are used in  the soap industry. Linseed oil,  from flax, is one of the major  oils used in paints. Of all these  oilseeds only linseed is adapted  to growing over wide areas in  Canada. Soybeans and sunflower  seed are grown in a few districts.  When was Ogdensburg captured?  The capture of Ogdensburg was  an incident in the War of 1812.  Ogdensburg, an American town  across the St. Lawrence from  Prescott, Ont., had seemed a constant threat to the British and  Canadian forces as the site of a  possible invasion thrust from  across the border. To remoye  this threat and to retaliate :'��."  earlier American forays, Col.  George Macdonell led a British  force across the frozen river  frem Prescott on Feb. 22, 181��.  The first assault on the folt  was repulsed, but after the town  had been captured the fort was  taken as its garrison retreated.  The British then destroyed it.  About 500 men took part in the  engagement on either side.  Which town took its name  from a sermon?  The town of Melita, Man., 18  miles from both the Saskatchewan and United States borders,  is reputed to have received its  name from the theme of the first  church service to be held on the.  site. The topic of the sermon  was the story of St. Paul's shipwreck on the island of Meflita,  as recorded in Acts 28:1. Melita  is situated in the centre of a  good farming area.  How  does Canada use oilseeds?  Oil seeds provide vegetable  oils and Canada requires more  thari~250,000,000 pounds of vegetable oils eachi year. About three-  quarters of this amount goes into  the manufacture of products  such as shortening, margarine,  and salad or cooking oils. A  large portion of the remainder  is used in the soap industry, with  the balance going into such products as paints, varnishes, linoleums and printing inks.  The preferred oils for shortening are cottonseed, soybean, pea-  POLIO INOCULATIONS  Whe B.C. Foundation for Child  Care, Poliomyelitis and Rehabilitation urges all persons who have  not yet had anti-polio inoculations to obtain them as soon as  possible from family physicians  or local health units. The months  of June through to September  are considered the polio season.  LAND   ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land. Recording District of  Vancouver. B.C. and situate on  the southeast shore of North  Lake, District Lot 672.  Take notice that John Goodson  Chappell of 3309 Puget Dr., Vancouver, B.C., occupation school  teacher intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  on the lake shore at the northeast corner; thence in an east  southeast direction for 600 ft.;  thence in a souibh southwesterly  direction for 200 ft.; thence in a  west northwesterly direction for  600 ft; thence in a north northeasterly direction to the starting  post arid containing 3 acres, more  or less, for the purpose of a  summer camp.  JOHN GOODSON CHAPPELL  Dated May 21, 1960.  Mr. Gordon L. Freeman,  principal of the Madeira Park  Elementary school, is one of  60 principals meeting at the  University of British. Columbia in Vancouver for two  weeks beginning July 25 to  study "The Principal and his  Staff." His membership in this  special course in leadership  for school principals is being  sponsored by the Sechelt  School Board.  The course has been arranged by the British Columbia  School Trustees' association,  the British Columbia Teachers' federation, the British Columbia department of education and the faculty and College of Education of the University of British Columbia.  Dr. J. F. K. English, deputy  minister of education, is chairman of the planning committee. Sixty school districts of  the province will be represented. Each representative is  principal of an elementary,  junior high or senior high  school.  The aim of the course is to  determine how principals may  best discharge their roles as  leaders in maintaining sound  human relations programs in  their schools thereby improving instruction and making  maximum use of the capabilities of each staff member.  Much of each day during the  course will be devoted to  work in study groups design  ed to attack problems which  members face in their own  schools. Such subjects as supervising and improving instruction, appraisal, in-service training and developing wholesome  staff relationships will be carefully studied.  8    Coast News, June 16, 1960.  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  riV Jewelers  MAIL ORDERS  GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION  Ph. Sechelt 96  Same  Same Time ��� Same Place  GIANT  Thursday June 16  GIBSONS SCHOOL  HALL-8 p.m. SHARP  BIG CASH PRIZES  Don't Miss First Game$l 0  SUNSHINE COAST WELFARE FUND  JT  "I  a  Always give  A LONG VIGOROUS RING  ��� when calling the telephone operator  ��� when ringing off  In a magneto telephone system, it is important that you turn  the crank vigorously and continuously for about 3 seconds at the  beginning and end of each call. The first long ring tells the  operator that you want to make a call and the last tells her the line  is free.  REMEMBER: the RING-OFF is especially important, otherwise  the operator may report your line as "busy" to anyone   ^-'  trying to call you.  BRITISH  COLUMBIA   TELEPHONE  COMPANt  at]  o'Keepe mmm company b.c. limited  N  6035-9  This advertisement is not piiMiited or displayed by tiie Liquor Control Board or by the Government ��I: British Columbia j FORESTRY ESSAY  A total of $1,750 in prizes will  Ibe distributed among the 30 win-  tTnslKhtly WABTS and other fungus  growth on hanos face, feet permanently removed within 3 to 5 wee&a  ���With DEIGHTON'S WART BEMOVEK.  Not an acid, an herbal formula, harmless to health?: skin. Now obtainable  at -"*     *  LANG'S DRUG STORES LTD.  ners in the 13th annual Forest  Industries Essay Contest for  junior and senior high school  students of British Columbia.  Awards were announced by the  Canadian Forestry Association of  B.C. None come to the Sunshine  Coast area. Subject of the essay,  "Forestry Depends on Good Utilization," was selected by the  committee because maximum recovery from otar forest crop is  a prime requisite today in the  face of stiff world  competition.  YOUR FAMILY BAKING  DOOR  TO   DOOR   SALESMAN  ROY BRUCE ��� Phone Sechelt 284H  FRESH DAILY  BREAD ��� CAKES ��� BUNS  drink.  Mission Orange  A fine Orange Soft Drink made with  California Valencia Oranges  HIBALL WITH  BUCK BALC  fo and from  VANCOUVER ISLAND  SECHELT PENINSULA  POWELL RIVER  fast, Frequent Ferry Service Every Day  Reservations NOT Needed  TOPS for convenience���  TOPS for space -TOPS for speed  Follow The Black Ball Flag I  BLACK BALL  sets the pace in pleasure  ���with full-bodied flavour  ���il  ARTHRITIS CONTROL  Many scientists feel that somo  day arteritis and rheumatism  will be controlled effectively,  just as diabetes and pernicious  anemia have been, according to  authorities of the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society.  The   ancient    Egyptians   kept  chickens.  Coast News June 16, 1960.    9  Robert D. Wright, N.D��  NATUROPATHIC    PHYSICIAN  Graduate of  Cal. Chiropractic College, etc.  Anytime by  Appointment  PHONE 172W ��� GIBSONS  Colorful Chicho. Valle and his Cuban orcliestra provide exotic music from Latin America for listeners each Tuesday evening on the CBC Trans-Canada radio network. Each program features Chicho in a medley of tunes; most popular in the tropics.  Dense turf best lawn  This advsrtisainsr.i: Is r.:i p<AAls\-zd< or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by ihe Govarnmeni: of L.iLish Columbia.  The best way to keep lawns'  weed-free is to promote a dense,  *������ 'healthy turf which will crowd,  out intruders, states J. H. Boyce  of the Plant Research Institute,  Cental Experimental Farm, Ottawa.  Herbicides are no: cure-alls in  themselves but are important  aids in caring for lawns, he adds.  Sodium or amine salts of 2,4-D  or MCP will destroy most broad-  leaved weeds such as plantains  and dandelions. Silvex and MCPP  have shown ability to get rid of  the tougher ones, such as chick-  weed.  These materials are fiest used  in sunny, warm weather during  the last half of May but September applications are also quite  effective. Every precaution  should be taken to protect ornamentals and vegetable crops  from these herbicides which do  not discriminate between desirable plants and undesirable  weeds.  Crabgrass is often a serious  problem in lawns, particularly on  poor, sandy soils. It is a warm-  'weather annual that starts to  germinate in late May and early  June but does not become unsightly until much later in the  season. The herbicides availablti  for vse on this weed are not so  effective as those for broad-leaved weeds ,but many of them,  when properly used, will do  much toward controlling the  pest.  Lawns known to be infested  with crabgrass seed should be  treated usually in the third week  _of May with 2,4-D at double the  frate recommended for broad-  leaved weeds, and again at the  normal rate of application in the  first week in. June. This will  usually prevent the germination  of the seed. A new herbicide,  PMAS (itri-calcium arsenate), a  pre-emergence type, can be applied late in the fall or early in  the  spring.   If  other herbicides  Hough reports  to Institute  The Farmers' Institute June  3 meeting heard the report of  the institute delegate, Mr.  Norman Hough, to District E  Farmers' Institute, New Westminster.  Mr. Housrh took with him a  list, of subjects to be discussed  and the Squamish-Port Mellon  Road was one of them. While  this subject does not naturally  have so keen an interest for  pnme of the members of the  lower Fraser Valley, they see  our point and will push for  action at an early date.  Marketing and drainage  werp also taken up. There is  a determination among the  members of District E, also an  inspiration, that in time a better deal will be extended to  the" small farmers and the  small business men. Towards  tbV-r f>nd the local Farmers' In-  stitute is acting and letters  "ill. go nut tn the Boards of-  Trade at Gibsons, Sechelt and  Pender Harbour.  FORM NO. 16 (Section 87)  LAND ACT  NO^rii; o*' IVttvttoN  TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver ani situate on the  South East Shore of North Lake,  District Lot 672.  Take notice that Jack Edward  Cooper of 3237 West 26th Ave.,  v^nco'iver,     g. c.       occurpation  School Teacher, intends to'apply  for q lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  at the north east corner on the  Jake shore, thence in an East  South East direction for R00 feet:  thence in South South Westerly  direction for 200 feet: thence in  a West Nor^h West direction for  POD fe-^t: i-hone* 'n -> North North.  Easterly dir'>.''+;r>" +r> *h~ c^o-M"-"**  post and containing 3 acres,  mor.o or l��r-\ for in. ouroosi o:  sv.mmf** fa^o.  .T^C** TV?>vr*RD COOPER  P-a^d y.zy 21, 19:0.  have failed, try PMAS on the  seedlings, as they emerge. The  crabgrass seedlings have'short,  broad, awl-shapd leaves in contrast to the long-narrow leaves  of turf grasses.  Avoid using PMAS on Morion  blue grass. tTffie more mature  plants of crabgrass may be treated with herbicides containing  potassium cyanate or di-sodium  arsenate. The latter appears to  be the more promising.  When using herbicides be sure  to follow the manufacturers' directions and precautions carefully.  It must be emphasized that  herbicides are only helpers in the  weed control program and no  matter what chemical is used it  might as well be left in the container unless steps are taken to  encourage a vigorous turf to replace the spaces occupied by the  weeds. A great many factors are  involved but proper fertilization,  mowing, watering, and disease  and pest control practices are  among ithe most important.  SECHELT  BEAUTYSH0P  OPEN  Tuesday   to   Saturday  Phone  Sechelt 95 or 280R  NOTICE  R. S. Rhodes  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Announces he will be in Sechelt  JUNE 20  For an appointment for eye examination phone  Mrs. Evelyn Hayes, Sechelt 95.  If anyone desires any adjustment or repair to their  present glasses I will be pleased to be of service.  NO ONI UNDERSELLS  BROWN BROS. MOTORS  41st Ave and Granville  You Pay less cash difference when trading to a new  Ford ��� Falcon ��� Monarch ��� T-bird ��� Ford Truck  Your Monthly payments will be less if you finance  Your Trade allowance will be higher because we have  buyers waiting for good used cars  You Will get a better used car because of our policy  to sell only the best  If You wish to sell your car, we will pay top dollar for it  Phone AM 6-7111  ____ MICKEY COE  Home ohone  BR 7-6497  A letter from  Barbara...  Copied from  a drawing by  Barbara Louise Lunney  We hope you enjoy  this letter  as much as wedo.  It was written  by one of our  11 year old customers,  a student at  Unionville  Public School.  tfZszcd a 3. /ft*.,  f^0-CC*       sOUr        TboZf       Sfajte^rp^r^ Cote* .  -      "^' -a.    ??g����ZJ^>  -<5^   ct/2��  ^d?      <rrz��.   a��ocJL,  &CBSZSZ.  ���SKA?  a,.  J4 ^dy^t S&  ~4sC&psG&  -2^f  -fve^*    ~<?*z*<*    ��&?*V^z^yfar-T/zz c^?  i  wmmykmrny*  xES,Barbara... The BNS knows how expensive a  horse can be. So���don't worry about your money... we'll take  good care of it until you are able to buy your horse.  THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA  Manager: Squamish and Wbodfibre Branches, G. H. Churchill.  1 INBOARD CLINKER BUILT BOATS FOR HIRE  next to Wakef^ald Inn, 2 miles wiest of Sechelt  Wakefield Boat Rentals  Phone Sechelt 80Y  ^^f  GIFTS FIT FOR THE KING  at  FINE WATCHES  RINGS ��� CUFF LINKS  GIFTS GALORE  FATHER'S DAY CARDS  Phone Sechelt 96  SURPRISE DAD on  FATHER'S DAY  SLIPPERS ��� DRESS AND SUMMER SHOES  GOOD VARIETY OF ALL TYPES OF SHOES  for the family  NEW SHIPMENT OF PURSES ��� from thie east  LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHOE FINDINGS  Wigard's Shoe Store  Phone Sechelt 329  THE  CAFE  CUNNINGHAM'S  TAKE OUT SERVICE  Try Something New!  Deep Fried Wieners and Chips ��� Sky High Burger  B.A. STATION  CARBURETOR AND TUNE-UP SPECIALIST  24   HOUR   TOWING   SERVICE  OPEN 10 a.nu to MIDNIGHT  HALFMOON BAY, B.C. ��� Phone Sechelt 176Y  NO  CHARGE  FOR  INSTALLING  FIRESTONE TIRES  GUARANTEED NEW TREADS  Deluxe Champion Tread  5.50x15 ��� $10.90 exchange  6.70x15 ��� $11.50 exchange  7.10x15 ��� $13.30 exchange  7.50 x 14 ��� $13.00 exchange  W/Walls slightly extra  NEW TIRES from $10.88  exchange  ALL TIRES FULLY GUARANTEED  Charlie & Terry  Gibsons Shell Service  Phone Gibsons 313  --r-r;TOT��S  TRUCK OFF ROAD  On the highway beyond Sechelt, Powell River bound, a  truck swerved off to the side  and finished up some 50 feet  downhill, stopped by a log,  -Saturday night. There were  three men in the truck and  one, Paul Beaudry, was taken  to   Garden  Bay hospital  with  injuries. The other two men  escaped unharmed. The truck  was hauled out Sunday and  taken back to Vancouver.  VISIT GIBSONS  Mr. and Mrs. A. M. White  from Craik, Sask., were weekend guests of the Hodgsons.  The Whites used to come up to  Gibsons in the  1930's to fish.  by giving Mm...  CAMPING EQUIPMENT  ���  FISHING  TAKLE  SPORTING GOODS  and  NUMEROUS OTHER GIFTS  from  JOHN WOOD  HARDWARE &  APPLIANCES  Phone GIBSONS 32  Look for many unadvertised SPECIALS during our  SUNSET SALE  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  iro.  Phone Gibsons 53  LUMBER SPECIALS  2 x 4 S4S Economy R/L ;         $29 M  1 x 8 Shiplap Economy A    $36 M  2 x 6 T & G-V Cedar, 6 ft    $30 M  %x 10, 2 & better bev. Cedar Siding   $75 M  2x8 Utility Cedar 5S5, 6 ft   $30 M  1 x 6 T & G Red 4 ft and 5 ft.   $25 M  1% x 10 Rough faca for Cedar Siding   '.  ...  $69 M  1x8 Shiplap Cedar Utility   $54 M  1 x3 x 36" No. 2 & better Cedar pointed pickets   7%c ea  PLYWOOD SPECIALS  %" endcuts 48 x 19   each      40c  3/4" endcuts 48 x 19   each      70c  34" endcuts 48 x 27    .:.    each      98c  5/16" DGU Panels 48 x 60      each $1.52  5/16" DGU Parseis 48 x 72       each $1.79  5/16" DGU Panfels 48 x 96      each $2.15  14" Side cuts 12 x 96       each      55c  34" Side cuts 12x96   each      96c  %" Side cuts 16 x 96    each $1.35  * 2-6x6-6x1% PG Mahogany Doors $5.75 ea.  PLUMBING  White 3 piece bathroom set complete   -r  $125.00  Sem| - hard copper pipe   22c ft.  1/2" Copper els        10c  20 x 18 Stainless steel sinks  $12.95  22 x 32 2 comp. stainless steel 3 hole sink  self clamping rim   $44.95  3" Copper pipe   $1.44 ft.  4" No Corode pipe, 8 ft.       $3.84  31/2" No Corode perforated, 8 ft    $2.24 ft.  China close-coupled closet       $29.25  4" VIT Pipe 48c ft.  4" VIT Ts     $2.45 ea.  KINSMEN RAFFLE  Winners of the Gibsons  Kinsmen Club raffle, proceeds  of which will go towards swim  classes were: First, G. McLean  No. 549, a 3 hp. Outboard motor; 2, J. Larkman, No. 781  fibreglass fishing rod. The  door prize was won by Mrs,  Crowhurst and Curly Martindale. Members of the Kinsmen club thank all those who  participated in this worthy  cause.  10 Coast News, June 16, 1960.  HID  BRANCH  MEETS  The third meeting of Gibsons Hospital Improvement  District organizing committee  branch will be held Monday  June 20 at 8 p.m. at the home  of Mrs. William Haley North,  Road. Any person interested in  this project is invited to attend this and other meetings.  Gibsons Legion Branch  30th Annual  CABARET AND SOCIAL  JUNE 18  TURKEY SUPPER INCLUDED  Forced-air Panetalr hides in the wall  ��� delivers heat at floor level  Yes, you CAN end the misery of cold floor discomforts,  quickly, easily, economically.  The Payne Panelair gives more even heating-keeps  floors warmer, ceilings cooler. Because it delivers forced  air heat at floor level.  Can be placed against a wall or fully recessed. Fully  automatic. Low first cost, low operating cost... users  report gas savings up to 20%. Safety vented, of course.  flane/air byfltu/iiB  O���the greatest name in heating  ENQUIRE TODAY ABOUT THE NEW  ROCKGAS  HEATING AND APPLIANCE FINANCE PLAN  (Range and Water Heater may he Included)  10% DOWN  ���   514% SIMPLE INTEREST  C & S SALES  Prone Sechelt 3  GIBSONS HARDWARE  Phone Gibsons 33  SECHELT LOCKERS  Phone Sechelt i  It seems to us that a good way to save a, dollar wouH  be to rent a lockier and take Advantage of the loss  leaders featured in the papers. <  WE STILL HAVE A FEW LEFT at $10.00  50 lb. GR. A ��� VARIETY       (frf #fe  I- it  Beef Packs $1950  Pork Packs 39��  A full assortment ���"���  BACON, SAUSAGE, CHOPS, etc.  LEAN MINCED  GRADE A  BEEF  3  LBS.  $  1  GRADE A j|AC  Cross Rib Roast 49ib.  Tyee Boat & Bait Sales  Give DAD a Royal Gift!!  Shirts   -   Jewelry  Pajama   -   Shorts  Sportshirts & T-shirts  and GRMDPA too..:  TherSsnothing thai gels so close fo a dad as a gift  ' of wearables. Choose from our complete selections.  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