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Array U<^9r4>a* B. C.  *>Ec^��?jc��saV  GOLDEN   CUP AWARD  COFFEE  at DANNY'S  COFFEE HOUSE & MOTEL  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE COAST  Published  in Gibsons.  B.C.      Volume 16, Number 25, June 21  1962.  7c per copy  A COMPLETE LINE  OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine Men's  Wear  ....  ��� Ltd:  Ph. 886-2116 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  Unofficial Vote Returns July 1  Queen  chosen  Bracewell  '  Clifford  - Davis  Payne  Gifc-cns  78  126  115  70  Gibson. Hural  76  198  139  107  Hopkins Landing  31  41  38  19  Granthams  19  46  42  44  Port Mellon  51  248  89  38  Roberts Creek -....  46  109  92  112  Wilson Creek  ;-.25Y  49  61  50  Sechelt  102  135  275  166  Halfmoon Bay  26  49  53  27  Madeira Park  23  61  70  33  Garden Bay  10  42  40  55  Francis Peninsula  13  27  56  :���  28  Egmont  (not  available)  TOTAL  500  1131  1070  749  DR. JACK DAVIS  who defeated W. H. Payne, former sitting Conservative in the  House of Commons in Monday's  federal election. Completed details of the poll to poll vote will  be-available just as soon as they  can be obtained from the returning officer. f  Vietnam child  is adopted  Mrs.   James . Calder.. of.  Port.  Mellon has financially "adopted*'  - Anh "Pftam * 'Ngoc,~ a ;6-year^drd~  Vietnamese girl, through ..Foster,  Parents' Plan, Inc., P.O. Box 65,',  Station  B, Montreal. The foster,  parents have promised to contribute   $16   a   month  toward  the  child's * support for at least one  year.  Foster Parents' Plan, which  has rehabilitated more than 100,'  G00 children on a personal basis  since its founding in 1937, is now  helping more than 27^000 youngsters in Greece, Italy, France,  South Korea, South Viet Nam,  Hong Kong and tlie Phihppines.Y  There are currently, about 5ip00  foster parents inYCariada. Over  the past 25 years; more than 600,.  000 Canadians and AmericansY  have helped needy children overseas through Foster Parents' Plan  either as individuals or as members of groups.  To encourage a warm, personal friendship between the foster  parent and "his child," the foster  parent receives a history of the *  child and a photograph, and cor.  resporidence through tlie plan office is translated both ways. This  exchange bridges the gap between  foster parent and child.  Bracewell  in wind-up  Thirty-five persons, attended the  last political meeting in. Gibsons,  previous to the June; 18 election.  This meeting;.was a Social Credit  meeting in the Royal Canadian  Legion Hall, Fri., June 15 ph behalf of Vince Bracewell, of Hopkins Landing, Social Credit candidate for Coast-Capilano.    -^  At the speaker's table were  the chairman, Ron Haig, Mrs. E.  E. ^Wallis, who introduced Hon.  Frank Richter, provincial minister of agriculture, and Mr. Brace-  well.     -:v:uXl:l:fl:* .-. .'������  Mr. Bracewell explained this  was a windup meeting for him in  the   constituency..  Mr. Richter spoke at length on  the provincial agricultural - policies of the Social Credit government! When; it came time for  ��� questions various provincial political-questions were...asked;. The  chairman reminded questioners  that the meeting was called for  federal political* purposes  258% fish  eliminated  �������������** a��W ���"* *"S^���- ���"  POWER ON KEATS  Power extensions have been  completed on Keats Island according to B.C. Hydro information. Some 40 places, have been  connected with the power supply including the Baptist Camp,  Eastbourne and Plumper's Cove  On Thursday, June 14, Sechelt  Rod and Gun club heard two interesting, speakers', Dick Littler,  president of the Lower Mainland  zone of the B.C. Federation Fish  and Game clubs, who spoke on  pollution of waters, conservation  and access problems.  Reg Carver, treasurer of B.C.  Federation of Fish and Game  Clubs, spoke on activities of the  federation and finances. He also  does considerable work with the  CNIB and explained how welcome was; the herring bait the  club donates ; each year,  y If the average sportsman realized tnait Ybniy 10% . of fish.'_ and  game* licensee holders belong to  any rod -arid gun club more would  join for it is this 10% that makes  the; laws,*^conserves: and v makes  more. areas accessible, in; short,  improves hunting for the other  90%.      y  June 3, the day of the dogfish  derby was rough and hot many  boats braved the weather, still 258  were caught. The Federation  hopes that by starting this derby  other clubs will follow and rid  the waters of this objectionable  'fish. ���  At one point in his talk, Mr;  Littler said, "The great Architect of the universe built this  place for us so let us treat it -'like'"  a home. We didn't ask to be born  into it, but' while we are here  let us use it, enjoy it, and leave  it in the same condition it was  when we came."   .  Where fish are biting  Strong winds and rough waters  curtailed sport fishing activities  in the coastal waters of British  Columbia over the weekend. Although most reports indicate coho  to be in continued supply, fishermen are beginning to catch an increasing number of large spring  salmon. Large springs were reported from . Horseshoe Bay, as  well as individual catches from  Cape Mudge and Cowichan Bay  for the week ending June 17.   :  FILM  ON  CANCER  A film on cancer will be shown  free Tuesday, June 26 in Secho^  Theatre starting at 8 p.m. Following: the picture there will b***  a question period with Dr. Walter Burtnick arid Dr: Eric Paetkau providing answers where available. This film will be for adults only. ���'.'���-'    ���'   ���":'   '~  -  VANCOUVER,- HOWE SOUND  T-��� Despite an unexpected run of  large spring salmon, ranging  from 20-30 pounds in the Horseshoe Bay area over the weekend,  fishing returns were light with  fishermen averaging less than 1  fish per boat.. Small numbers of  springs and jack springs, averaging 10 and 4 pounds, respectively,-were taken in the waters, off  Halkett; Point, Hood Point and  from    Coppermine    to    Cowans  ��� Point.   ������-������'���  -,<������  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Winds  curtailed fishing effort at Pender  Harbour on the weekend. However, near Egmont-a few fishermen averaged about 2 coho per  boat, with the fish weighing about  4 pounds each. The catch aver-,  age at Pender Harbour was better than' 1fish per boat, mostly  coho to a few. springs with some  of these springs taken at the  mouth of the Harbour averaging  ...12., pounds, jC.oIip. are in fair supply off the north end of Tho:  manby  Island.  Janice Douglas of Elphinstone  secondary school has been chosen  Gibsons July 1 celebration queifh.  She will have as attendants these  elementary school children; Leslie Hempsall from PortMellon,  Ethel May Rose, Langdale; Robin  Nygren, Gibsons and Judy Taulbut, Boberts Creek. -...."'.- ^YY'YY,  Tlhe Sechelt. Queen,-. Sandra  Clarke, will also take part in the  day's,-events. ���.������'���-'������ "Y��-;:�����<���������  Cliff Connor, Sechelt Board lot  Trade president; Glynn Davies,  president of Port Mellon Community -Association and Mrs. G.  Corlett, member of Gibsons mii1;  nicipal council will judge- the  floats in the big parade.. -;  The committee organizing this  year's Gibsons July 1 Monday  holiday celebration include Charlie Mandelkau, chairman; Mrs.  Agnes Harding, secretary, Kay  Mackenzie, treasurer; Andy Vari-  derhorn, floats; Tommy Parker j  raffle; J. R. Wilson, parade marshall and Ike Mason, master of  ceremonies and escort for the  queen. Members at large include  C. P. Ballentine, Mrs: Thelma  Prittie, Dick Kennett and Howard  Ennis.  Water  Here are three winners of the B.C. Hydro Electric Cooking  contest after being complimented by Bob Norminton, B.C.H. manager  for this district. Above left to right are Mrs. Celia Fisher, Mrs. Le-  nore Inglis, Mrs, Mary Strom and Mr..Norminton, Second prizewinners, not in the above picture were Mrs. Wynn Stewart and Mrs..  Agnes Harding and Misses Pat Smith and Carol Mylroie. Entries  were judged in two classes one, salmon dishes and the other hamburger dishes. Judges complimented the juniors for entering the  competition. A news story on this event,will be found on Page 7.  Sunny sky, shady  trees for meeting  On the afternoon of June   14,  -.-members of,the Sechelt Auxiliary  The same tvue of narade will '*to the KosPital enjoyed a combin-  r. n ,J??!? ^ ��� ��� Para_eYwf" , ed meeting and garden party un-  be held this year as m past yeany: der gunny��stdesan<L sh|dy ?rees  and. efforts aire underway to. get  Elphinstone secondary school  band, the girl's drill team and  the Job's Daughters drill team  in the parade. Usual competitions  for walking and bike entrants  are part of the parade program.  Pender Hbr.  Pender Harbour. Adult Recrea'.  tion Association announces plans  for the annual swim classes are  well under way. ' ��� ;  - rThis year, instruction will' be  given at two locations and it is  hoped this will result in larger  classes. There will be classes at  Garden Bay Lagoon and near  Canoe Pass on the Francis Peninsula.  A'qualified instructress,. Miss  Vickie ��� Harford, will conduct the  classes* -commencement date of  which ywill '������:. be y-announced, later.  For fu'rther: ^information or advance registration contact'one of  the following: Mr. Arnold 1 Tjorhom, TU 3-2690, Mrs. A. A- Lloyd.  TU 3-2253 or Mrs. B. Lockhart,  TU 3-2420.  Early registration is: urged as  it makes the task of organization  much easier.  at the home of Capt. and Mrs. S.  CDawe.  MrS. Cliff Connor presided dur-  Ying the meeting. A  letter from  ; the   hospital  administrator,  Mr!  W. R. Milligan, was read, thanking the auxiliary for its  recent  donation. The following is an ex-  ,   -cerpt from his letter:   "The Sitz  *, bath will be a great aid in treat  ing certain types of illnesses. Th?  ��� Surgical instruments   have filled  ;. ^jK$��t_ a^d^extendedLqwr^j-Pi^atin^  room   packs,    making    surgery  much easier and faster to the be-  Co-operation  An example of cooperation took  place Friday when the Super-  Valu store at Gibsons gave space  for a home cooking stall sponsored by the Parents' auxiliary  to the Roberts Creek Elementary  School. The sale was a success  and members, of the auxiliary  are grateful to buyers, bakers  and proprietors of the store for  the generous response;  A contest on the sale! came up  with this poem entitled "Please"  written by Jim Naylor, Grade 7.  , I'd much rather be dead  Than miss tasting your bread   y  An angel is just what you are.     -  With your heavenly, pies  That delight hungry eyes  And your cakes as light as feathers..  Your cupcakes aire so fine  They smell simply divine,  I'd rather sniff  them than heather.  Architects  draw plans  At the last general meeting of  the, construction committee o."  St. Mary's Hospital society, discussions were held with the arch-  itects Underwood, McKinley and  Cameron, regarding- a tentative  schedule.  The architects felt that working drawings would be completed  by Nov. 1. The committee felt  that obtaining comparative quotations from different construction companies, analyzing quotations and obtaining the necessary  governmental approval would  take several months after working drawings are completed. This  means that construction will no:  begin until early 1983.  The construction committee will  proceed to obtain technical and  financial information on major  items of hospital equipment during the next few months. The  committee will then recommend  the choice of specific equipment  to the hospital trustees, based  on these studies.  In addition soil tests will be  made in. the near future at the  site of the hospital. These tests  will provide necessary information which will help in the design  of the hospital foundations.  nefit of patients and staff."  A letter from Mr. R. Norminton was also read, thanking the  members who helped with all the  paper work necessary in connection with the recent hospital money bylaw.  A vote of thanks was extended  to the convenors of the May Day  concession stands and the phoning committee. ,���  The announcement by< Mabel  McDermid that the objective "had  been reached and 3500 Nabob coupons had been collected, to,buy a  coffee urn,; wais met^ii&a hear-.  s ty/i round : of Yapp-S\_seJYEleanor  for vtheir exacting ^Awork'yon ' the  operating table y covers. These  have since been sent to the. hospital, y ��� . ���      --y >��� '���  Mr. Norminton spoke on the  possibility of holding a cooking  school in the fall, in conjunction  with the B.C. Hydro and the two  hospital auxiliaries, Gibsons and  Sechelt. Mrs. Critchell, Mrs.  Browning and Mrs. Dawe volunteered to form a committee to  look further into the matter.  The meeting was adjourned,  then refreshments were served  and pictures for the scrap book  taken. Donations from the home  bake table were soon sold and -al  good fund is being raised from  the Gift Box, with Mrs. Dawe in  charge. This was the last meet-*  ing of the season. The next one  will be on Sept. 13 in St. Hilda's  Hall at 2 p.m.  Gibsons council Tuesday night  stressed the need for.water users to respect water regulations  during summer months, and arranged to have inspectors keep  an eye on violators of watering,  hours.  Council was told of people outside the village who illegally use.  water for sprinkling without regard to regulations during summer months. Permits are issued  so water usage can be regulated  and anyone sprinkling during  June, July and August must have;  a sprinkling permit or else they  face prosecution.  A closer eye will be kept on  water use, council decided, ..'in-  order to keep the situation under  control.  Proposal to put pedestrian foot  '* traffic line across Sechelt Highway from the church to School  - Rd. corner and across School Rd.  to the Post Office corner will be  presented the highways department for consideration.  Council again decided to press  through the Union of B.C. Municipalities annual convention for  the doubling of the tax limit exemption under the Tuberculosis  Institutions Act.  Under this act the.council does;  not have to assume T.B. patient  costs if its collected revenue does  not exceed $12,500. Council's lone  standing argument is that when  this measure was passed in 1945  the dollar had greater value than  today. Council asks that the exemption be raised to $25;000 which  would be-in line with values of  Accounts  totalled  $612.26   and'  were  ordered   paid,   $317.46   for  winter.: ��������� work,; -$190;11 - gerieraii.  n8il9 for roads, ��$105;58 -for war.  ~itF?^^*��4ir /for'sparks" ahdir  beaches.  Council decided to leave Bar  lane traffic downhill, rejecting a**,  petition asking that traffic be  sent upwards instead. The petition was of the opinion uphill  traffic would be less dangerous.  Council was of the opinion downhill traffic was of more use to  road traffic.  Council voted $25 towards the  Juty   1 (Monday) celebration  in  Gibsons;  lx  O.A.P.O. MEETING  Because federal election day  fell on the O.A.P.O. meeting date  the June 18 meeting will be held  Monday, June 25. This meeting  will also be the last' chance to  get tickets, for the annual picnic,  July 17. Those members desiring tickets can obtain them from  the secretary, Phone 886-2339.  Tea and ice cream will be provided so take your own basket  lunch.  As there will be no further  meeting after Monday until September/ convention reports will  be offered at the Monday meeting.  Woman injured  Headed towards Port Mellon after leaving the ferry at Langdale, Mrs. C. C. Addison of Port  Mellon was injured when her  small car failed to negotiate the  Langdale turn and upset off the  highway.  The accident occurred about  6:45 p.m. Tuesday. She was given aid by Dr. Hugh Inglis who  then sent her on to St. Mary's  Hospital at Garden Bay. Injuries  suffered involve damaged ribs  and possible lung troubles.  SEAL ON FLOAT  A seal estimated to weigh in  the region of 350 pounds heaved  itself on to George Pedlar's float  at the Indian Reserve, north of  Gibsons, Sunday afternoon about  4 o'clock and remained there until after dark. It was seen at 10:30  p.m. Before dark it tried to climb  into a dinghy and succeeded only  in upsetting it-It has been seen  in the same area, off and on,  since then.  Pot-luck supper  for auxiliary  Members of Gibsons Hospital  Auxiliary preceded their June  meeting with a pot-luck supper,  with each member bringing a  guest.  Mrs. E. Inglis, vice-president,  was in the chair with the president, Mrs. D. Fyles, making a  surprise visit, as she is recuperating from a recent operation.  This group has been purchasing an air-conditioning unit for  the hospital, and the project was  completed at this meeting.  The air-conditioning unit is now  in operation in the operating room  of St. Mary's Hospital, and will  be moved to the new hospital  when it is built.  This group will not hold meetings in July and August, but the  next term's agenda will have  many busy months to follow the  summer holidays. The next regular .> meeting will be Thursday^  September 13 in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Hall.  Mrs. Elsie Herrin is busy con-*  vening a garden party for the  Hospital Auxiliary. This party  will take place at the F. Stenner  Ifome, Sechelt Highway, on Friday, July 20 at 8 p.m. It will be -  on a Hawaiian theme, with attractions for the whole family.  Guides revel  in expedition  Some Guides took part in a  Vancouver Natural History Society photographic expedition to  Atkinsons Park on Sunday. They  found the lighthouse perched atop-  a.rocky, bluff and flanked by tall  firs an interesting photographic  study. The big eagle's nest in air  old tree near the entrance to the:  park was unfortunately empty.-  the two young eagles having recently flown.  The Guides explored the rocky-  trails of the park finding a total  of 25 different wild flowers inn  bloom including tiger lilies, cluster lilies, twin flowers, gum plant  and steeple bush. The Vancouver  botanists were looking for and'  found the ground cone which was  one of the finds at Sechelt last:  week, a purple spike of flowers-  growing close among the salaf  bushes.  Members of the Natural History-  Society living in West Vancouver  took the Guides to their house  for refreshments before driving  them to the ferry.  FERRY BREAKDOWN  Breakdown of the ferry Smokwa Tuesday afternoon has resulted in one ferry, the Bainbridge.  holding down the run until arrangements can be made for another vessel. The breakdown on  the Smokwa may mean the ferry  will be out of commission for a  longer than usual period. In the  meantime efforts to get a replacement are underway.  ST. BART'S PICNIC  The annual picnic of St. Bartholomew's Anglican church parish and Sunday School will be  held Saturday, June 23 at Port  Mellon's Seaside Park.  FISHING GOOD  Proximity of herring inshore  has resulted in an influx of salmon and fishing has been better  than usual in this area. Most  rights during the last ten days  some 30 to 40 small boats have-  been visible off Gibsons wharf,  some hauling in fish. Tuesday  night Oscar Iuon of Gibsons, f'��*-  ing in Landgale area hauled in  a 35 pounder. n.-i.-jy.  Coast News, June 21, 1962.  j The Thrill That Comes Once in a lifetime  A WEBSTER CLASSIC  *    .   /HI/-/?  Parks'-TuMMet, of ipyg       r-/*r/y/ffo'M. 'ySf'W.'  Wxz (Boast Metus  Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  P.O. Box 129, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second class mail for payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Community  Newspapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per 5 ear.  A black eye showing  There is one thing to remember about the June 18 general election: The Social Credit party's centre of gravity has moved from,  western to eastern Canada, specifically Quebec and even more specifically, rural Quebec. When Social Credit stands up in parliament  it will show a black eye given it by voters west of the Great Lakes.  Four Socreds in the west, its birthplace, and over 20 in Quebec.  As regards the British Columbia vote, the "astute" Mr. Bennett  showed the electors they had nothing to fear from a CCF or NDP  government. How? Well, he took over the BCE, a CCF target, and  the world did not come to an end, therefore a takeover of provincial  affairs by the NDP might not be so bad after all.  In Coast Capilano constituency the sitting member, W. H. Payne,  was soundly licked by* Jack Davis. Mr. Payne did riot have a Diefenbaker surge helping him this tiriie. Y  About two weeks, before election day a warning was given that  there was the possibility of another election not. toolong "af ter the*  June 18 ypte.: This supm  Some people will maintain the Socred victory in Quebec' ^  a great boon to Canada eventually. Right now it has muddied the  political waters considerably. It is going to cost Canada considerable  to get proof the Socreds do not have the answer to today's monetary  problems.  Now that the flood of political talk by naouth, mail, radio, TV and  press has vanished quietly into the limbo we can look forward to a  period of peace and quiet. Last night's intensity of effort to collect  results for news media use is now so much waste paper to be cleared  away by janitors who usually are quite happy over the fact elections  do not come too often. The CBC did a good job all evening.  A conclusion is drawn  Let's take Premier Bennett's pre-election remarks concerning  the $100 exemption limit on homeowner taxes and the elimination of  per capita grants to municipalities at face value and try and draw  a conclusion.    First, one must recall that he added municipalities would get  grants equivalent to taxes on provincial government buildings.  The number of taxpayers in Gibsons or Sechelt munioipalities  who would benefit from the $100 exemption will not be numerous. This  will not mean too much in the reduction of tax revenue to either Sechelt or Gibsons.  If the per capita municipal grants are discontinued it will mean  Gibsons will be about $17,000 out and Sechelt close to $8,000. These  sums are now part of their annual revenues on which they budget  each year's expenditures.  Surely the premier means to arrange something to cover this  loss. If it is not out of the government exchequer it will have to come  from taxpayers or else municipalities will have to curtail expenditures considerably to keep within an income less the government  grant.  How did this grant originate? Back in 1954 the Social Security  and Municipal Aid Tax expired. For a number of years this averaged  close to $10,000 for Gibsons. Sechelt was not at that time an organized  municipality.  In its place the government of Premier Bennett set up the Muni-  palities Tax Aid, 1955. This arranged for what was called a Local  Government Grant computed at $14 per person for municipalities  with a population up to 3,500. The larger the population, the smaller  the per capita grant with $4.25 per capita for populations in excess  of 50,000.  In practically all.of his budget speeches Premier Bennett has usually commented on the most generous treatment his government accords municipalities of British Columbia.  If this most generous treatment is to continue what will be done  to offset the loss. Will the ball be thrown to the taxpayer who now  has a $100 exemption so that municipalities must increase the mill  rate in order to keep revenues on an even keel? If that is what Mr.  Bennett intends to do it will cost Gibsons something like 10 mills more.  This year's mill rate in Gibsons is in vicinity of 10 mills.  To increase a tax exemption then increase the tax to make up for  the loss created by the exemption is strange tax logic. Perhaps Mr.  Bennett will clarify his remark. Will he clarify it in the same manner  as he did before, grant exemptions then increase the assessment?  Canada's scientific progress  Recent Canadian developirients'  in many scientific and engineering fields are featured in the Canadian Section of the World's Fair.  The Canadian ExhibitYthe largest single foreign display, consists of five circular isectioris,  one of which is a diorama of  the Canadian High Arctic. The diorama portrays an arctic community of the future with rocket  and hovercraft landing fields;- a  submarine transportation system  and many-storied apartment build  ings built around a circular,  dome covered community centre.  Many developments of the National Research Council, Canada's  main scientific research organization, are on display. These include a device which automatically calls search planes to a  crashed aircraft, an instruirient  for mending broken blood vessels, a camera which detects skin  cancer and a radio beacon which  acts as an automatic, unmanned,  lighthouse in remote coastal,areas. . ''���-'.'  Another N.R.C.  exhibit is   the  cosmic   ray   .detector   depicting  Canadian scientific studies of eos-p  mic radiation. Consisting of threeY  20-foot high panels, the symbolic*!  patterns on the detector light upas  it is bombarded   by  cosmic  rays* from outer space.  and has saved the lives of countless thousands of cancer patients. [  A model of Canada's first atori��-  ic power station, nowYnearing  completion at Rolphton, Ontario,  is displayed alongside the latest  model of the Gaminacell; used in  many countries for irradiation  studies.  Canada's activities in upper atmosphere research are represented by several exhibits, including  the S-27 Topside Sounder, Canada's first satellite. Built in Canada, by Canadian scientists^ the  satellite weighs 320 pounds and  is designed to study the ionosphere. It will be launched into  orbit later this year from a base  in southern California, and the  scientific data obtained will be  made available to all nations.  %���  Exhibits of the crown-owned  Atomic Energy of Canada Limited feature the famous Theratron  Cobalt 60 Cancer Therapy unit.  Designed, developed arid manufactured in Canada, this machine**  is in use throughout the world,-  including the U.S.S.R. and ChinaY  FROM THE  Printed  Word  OFFICAL  GRABBERS  It hardly can be said that there  is such a thing as absolute powery  or permanent, power, v There^ are!  numerous   examples   in   history ;  where the man who thought ha  had hold of~everything came a  cropper    without    notice.    Even  young people are old enough to  remember     apparently     strong,  leaders iri,Moscow who died-/arid|-  not of old age. As a young Kirig^|j  Richard n was shoved about-byjy  older relatives. When he beganY  to get things  his  6Wn way, : he ^  ruled wisely until his Yheadvgojfe  ' tocf''������ tug ''���i6t^fj^^fo-[m^'^eW^p%  was done for. He was out of ;ofy^  Ece in no" time just as rif there ]'  had been a;general election. YyyY  Even in our own couhti^and |  ourYown times there' can' be,Yqr \  should be, a backfire when poli- j  ticians    exercise    greaty power :���;..  carelessly,    or.    unscrupulously,  They   will   not   perishybyythe  sword, for that end is;obsolete,  but there is electoral obscurity,  a fate for a politician worse than  death.- .:.��� ;������������ 'H,Y  How many, and which, present-  day politicians wiir meet their  fates depend entirely on whether  the voters will punish for wrongdoing or whether -".he voters approve of what's going on.  Political morality has descend-  ea. Victims of . an expropriatios 1  in British Columbia are.twice  denied the right to go to court  to seek justiceYA royal commission suggests that parts, of - railway lines not required iri. a-possible unification mayy:be left  derelict and not paid for. In onu  of the provinces, elected leaders  are making noises as if private  owners have no rights.  A generation or two . back,  there was always compensation  when a government in its wisdom, took over private property.  Today there is hardly any more  consideration for the real owners  than if the politicians were elected Capones  KNOW  The transportation section features a new concept in transportation proposed by the Research  Council of Alberta. Known as  "Capsule Pipelining," a working  model will show how many commodities formerly transported exclusively by road; or rail may now  be transported by pipeline. This  section also displays models r of  Canada's latest aircraft, including Canadair's "Swing Tail 44,"  an all cargo plane now used by  several American airlines.  The tremendous activity in  Canadian chemical research, is  depicted through the exhibit of  a new chemical process developed by Shawinigan Chemicals. Limited . of     Shawinigan,    Quebec.  LAND   ACT  NOTICE   OF INTENTION  TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE LAND  In Land Recording District of  New Westminster and situated  directly east of Lot 6860 approximately 3 miles south of Madeira  Park. "���' ���'  TAKE NOTICE that Bruce Alston Howard and wife Florence  Virginia Howard of R.R.I, Madeira Park, B.C., occupation  truckdriver, intends, to apply for  permission, to purchase the following described lands:���,-   '  Commencing at a post planted  in northwest corner adjacent to  No. 6860, B.C. surveyors post;  thence south 10 chains; thence  east 10 chains; thence north 10  chains; therice west 10 chains  and containing 10 acres, more or  less.     - -~-���- ~.- '..  The purpose for which the land  is required is honiesite..,.  ,v Bruce A, HOwaird^ Y  Florence  Virginia   Howard  YOated May 30; 1962.  YyMr.yYY;fefiy^,^Yf.. Y^:^vY- VY  Known as the Fluohmic Furnace  ;this^prqcess has made it posisible  to 'manufacture sodram  cyanide  and hydrogen cyanide in Canada;  ��� iristead    of   importing   it   from  abroad.   This  exhibit   takes  the  form, of a working Sriiodel about  l/30th the size of the actual devicein   operation 'kt  the com--  pany's   plant.  It  operates at  a  temperature of 1900  degrees F.  coiripared with the actual, working temperature of 3000 degrees.  The exhibit with appeal to  sportsmen will be the amphibious  Jiger (pronounced Jigger) vehicle. Weighing only 200 pounds,  the Jiger traverses roads, swamps  snow and water. Its one control  stick serves as brake, clutch,  steering' wheel and gear shift.  Designed originally for hunting  and fishing, it has many other  applications and will retail at  well under $1,000.  The latest in airline reservation systems is represented by  Trans-Canada Air  Lines  exhibit  of their "Reservec." This system links the company's 58 offic  esto their7ceritralToronto office  and the electronic computer embodied in the system enables the  , coriipany to handle up to 36,000  reservations per hour.  Gems of Thought  POETRY AND  MUSIC  Poetry is music in words: and  music is poetry in sound.  ���; ���Thomas; Fuller.  Music is the harmony of being.  ���Mary Baker Eddy.  Poetry is the music of thought,  conveyed to us in the music of  language.���Paul Chatfield. Y  After silence that which comes  nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.  ���Aldous Huxley.  Music is the sound of universal  laws promulgated.  ���Henry David Thoreau.  Music resembles poetry; in  each are numerous graces,  which no methods teach* and  which a master hand alone can  reach.'���Alexander Pope."  ���".I-  Nothing encourages business from distant customers, and  prospects like a ZenitH.nuinber ��� which enables them to |'  call you toll-free at any time. Try it yourself right now by !  calling o��r Zenith number for full details. r \  X '���' :-r'X      YY'Y 'ii... ' ' j  Call your long distance operator and ask for Zenith 7000 (K'a ffraa)! S  ;'.oYY.'Y. YY-:YY-Y-;" '     -.   .'    -..-.. ., |  ��  V  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY  203-2-Z  . t.  Prepared by ihe Research Staff of  ENCYCLOPEDIA   CANADIANA  Who was Canada's first lady  industrialist?  Agathe de Repentigny, born in !  1657 at Montreal. Iroquois killed  her father and grandfather when  she was an infant. In 1703, when  the   French   colonists were too  poor to. buy manufactured goods ���'  fiom France, she established a  cloth factory. As weavers were  scarce,   she   ransomed   captive  New England weavers. Lacking  sheep wool, flax and hemp, she  substituted   goat   hair,   buffalo  wool,   tree   bark   and   nettles.  When she  sold her factory ten  years   later,   it was  producing  150 yards a day of coarse but  usable cloth that she dyed according to her own  techniques.  She also  developed a new method of curing deerskin.  YOU HAVE A HAND IN THINGS CANADIAN  i> .   ... ....:���. ������ '��� -   - - - ;������ .���-.������  when you own Life Insurance  Surprising? Yes���but true. Like most  people, you have probably thought of your  life insurance as protection for your fariiily  [r-ras a good way to save money regularly  .p-as a valuable collateral if you need a  loan for an emergency:  [Actually, your life insurance dollars are  . more than an investment in your, personal  security and your fariiily's. These dollars  'are also an investment in Canada; They  j*-, ��� ���    ���������'.���, . .-���  . stimulate growth and progress and help  make this country a better place in which  [to live and work.  vAt this moment, 9 BILLION DOLLARS  of life insurance savings are invested  THE   LIFE   INSURANCE  in important Canadian enterprises-^1  ; through the purchase of bonds and  ���������'��� stocks and through mortgages. !  These hard-working dollars are helping  to finance great projects all over thia  country such as pipelines, shopping cen*  tres, bridges and highways, homes,  apartment arid office buildings, schools,  factories, industrial plants and poY.'er  developrrierits. These investm.nti  create employment opportunities, toa.  ��� The income from these invest?ji��ai��ts  benefits you directly by reducing the  . cost of life irisurarxe to you arid the .  9 million other C_.2iadian policyowB^m.^  CO M PAN I is   IN  CANADA. '"'.'.                    ' t  ������."*'���'  BOTTOM  ;    EHD     Y.;; ,.  END  END  ��.  ".. _ �� __**�� . . a'a'I  %X4.0 X80 WATERPROOF GLUE  *" FIR PLYWOOD  END&SEAT DETAIL.  2"X2"     \    HANDLE  pi_ywood seat  J��"CORK  SKID'  2rx_r  M^ML ^  J Q T ��aiir  ....:..A training: clinic for the ,Canadian Legion's Junior Olympic  Training program for"coaches  will be held at the Ontario Agricultural '"College, '-"Gueiph, Ontario  Aug. 23 tq Sept.l.     >  Director of; thcj clinic /*-vill be  Gooffrey Dyson of the British Am.  ateurY:Athletic^ Association, a  French track and field coach arid  six top Canadian coaches. In all  there will be  some 160: coaches  NOTICE  OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE  LAND  In Land Recording District ��� of  New Westminster and situate on  the west shore of Tlowe Sound,  at Twin Creeks, south from Port  Mellon.  Take notice thatT, Eir3*" P**���-'  gen, of Twin \ Creeks, Gibsons,  B.C., occupation^ Loggerv and  sawmills, intend to apply for - a  lease of the following described  lands:���'������.-���������������.-��� '';" _���*"'���'"'__���''  '" Commencing at "a~'pdst planted"*"TSElng"part, 17" from Brffish "Col  40 ft. East of the N.E.  corner,     umbia.  Block    2,    D.L.    1439,    N.W.D.,   "  _:   thence 440 ft. East; thence 150  ft. South; thence 440 ft.: West;  thence 100 ft. N.E. along shoreline thence 112 ft. .N.W. along  shoreline to P.O.C. and'contain-;;,  ing 1.5 acres, more or less; -for;  the purpose ; of booming Jogs,  storing logs and sawmill.     Y  EINAR BERGEN:  Dated June 4, 1962.  WANT  ADS  ARE  HEAL   SALESMEN  NO  USUAL WARNING  "' An automobile does not usually  give warning of developing flaws.  or yweaknesses.:. It's   up.:to the  driver to anticipate them "or- dis-.  cover them before they cause an  accident,    warns . ,the.,,; Canadian  Kighwav Safety Council.'CHSC is  conducting a  nation-wide  spring  campaign to convince every .mo-  '���T'st ho.s'o'dd have his;vehicle  thoroughlv   checked   in preparation for the coming summer period.     ������  '..Ave bought  It through  JO 3 MILLION CANADIANS  Many families are launching themselves into a  summer of fun by financing the boat of their  -choice through the Bank of Montreal Family \  [Finance Plan. This low-cost, life-insured plan is  the sensible way to finance major purchases of  many kinds for all the family. Ask far full details^ \  at any branch of "MY BANK". ^  Bank of Montreai.  A backyard  Here is: a backyard addition  your youngster will i_ve. We'ca'J  it a Seabox. It's a wading pool  constructed of sturdy fir plywood.  Building it is simple. Lay ouc  and cut the parts according to  the cutting diagram. When measuring make allowances for the  width of the saw cuts.  Secure bottom to skids, attach  ends panels to bottom and side  panels to end and .;ottom. Use  1-54'.'-galvanized screws throughout. Secure the seats, bevel the  bottom skids on both ends.  Round off all edges aria shar:3  corners and give the. Seabox i*.  coat of exterior nousepaint undercoat and at least two coats Oi  quality  exterior house  paint.  Since you won't always want  the box full of sea, drill a drain  hole to expel the water when you  wish. Saves lifting it up ami  dumping. A pair of galvanized  handles will come in handy for  moving the box. "... ���  I._a_:e sure tho ���pl;~vcc_.: "cu  use is made with waterproof  glue. This is identified by the  edge mark PMBC EXTERIOR  on every panel.  Cotton Council will maintain a  program of martzet research,  sales promotion and .public relations, aimed at increasing the  per capita use of cotton products  in Canada.  "Cpast.News, June 21, 1962.       3  _. Oily, rags, or rags soaked in  turpentine* or ' other fluids,  should be destroyed or kept in  sealed metal containers.  TO DEVELOP COTTON  Canada has jus: -Jerome the  17th nation to join forces with  Cotton Council International in a  co-operative cotton market development program which extends over the world's four most  populous    continents.    Canadian  BACKHOE & LOADER  DIGGINGS  TRENCHING  LOADING  WALT NYGREN   -   Ph. 886-2350  's somethin  SPECIAL  SPECIAL OLD  Finer Taste is a Seagram's Tradition  Available in 12 oz. & 25oz. sizes  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia  An apple In oilcompany research experfments? At Imperial���yes.  Research into how petroleum can assJstCanadian farmers and  fruitgrowers is one of many projects carried outat Imperial's labo-  ratories...the largest petroleum research laboratories in Canada.  90% of all oil company product research in Canada  is done by Imperial  At Imperial Oil's laboratories at Sarnia, Ontario, Another 130 scientists and technicians are work-'  more than 200 scientists and technicians are ing at Imperial's Calgary laboratories on ways  working to improve present petroleum products���, to find and produce more Canadian crude oil  and to develop new ones. Their research covers' and natural gas. Imperial does more research  many fie Ids, from gasolines to household detergents, than all other oil companies in Canada combined. |  LOW-COST, "LIFE-INSURED LOANS  Jibsons Bran-h: EDWARD HifNNIKER. Aiunat-r  Sechelt Branch: DONALD McNAB. "Manager  Port Mellon (Sub-Agency):- Open on    ,: '   r....... ..  Canadian Fores* Products Ltd. semlmor.t'r.Jy paydays  ALWAYS LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST  ���sso_ 4       Coast News, June 21, 1982.  SINK!  BE WATER  WISE!  SCANDINAVIAN PROGRAM  The 27th annuall Midsummer  Festival, sponsored by the Scandinavian Central Committee and  affiliated organizations will be  celebrated in the Swedish Park  in North Vancouver on Sunday,  June 24. The program, starting  at 1 p.m. will include lively folk  dancing by the Swedish Folk  Dance Club, songs by the BeU-  mah male chorus, and other fine  entertainers.  (By Mrs. M. NEWMAN)  Children of Roberts Creek Ele-.'  mentary School were taken to V  the wharf ^.Friday to view the f:  ship 'Bounty' as she passed by..-j  They were disappointed that she  SECHELT TOOL RENTAL  James Wharf  Phone 885-4440 or 885-9721  Sechelt Marina  & Resorts Ltd.  SECHELT THEATRE  Fri., Sat., Mon. June 22, 23, 25  GREGORY PECK        AVA GARDNER  ON THE BEACH  Technicolor  Start at 8, out at 10:20 p.m.  JACKPOT MONDAY NIGHTS  Starting- with $5, another ��5 will be added until won  One ticket drawn each Monday. Holder must be in Theatre.  Each week's tickets go into the nex* week's pool.  HOLIDAY SPECIAL (June)  IGNITION TUNE UP  Clean and adjust spark plugs ��� Test engine compression  Clean or replace and adjust distributor points  Test condensor, replace if necessary ��� Test coil  Test ignition circuits ��� Set timing  Road test for performance  4  CYLINDER  CARS  SGSO ��� 6 CYLINDER  CARS  $8-95  8  CYLINDER  CARS $10-50  PARTS EXTRA  GUFF MOTORS Ltd.  SECHELT ��� ��� 885-2128  BOUWMAN ��� FLADAGER  A   double-ring   marriage   cere- '"'  mony for Sharon Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fladager of -'���  Gibsons and George William, son  of Mr.   and Mrs.  W.   Bouwman  of   Vancouver,   took   place   Sat., ~  June 16 at the Alliance Tabernacle .;'  with Rev. W. H. Brooks official-,  ing. ��  The bride wore a gown of white  peau de soie with neckline trim '  of aurora and pearl and wore a  single strand of pearls, gift from  the groom. A tiara of aurora  held her bouffant veil. She carried a bouquet of talisman roses  and stephanotis. ��������� . y  Her attendants, Linda Koivula,.,,y  maid  of honor,  Joan  and Anita  Dellar,   bridesmaids   and ' Patty, "  Matthews, flower girl, wore deep ..  aqua    organza    dresses    with  matching accessories. They ..car- V,  ried bouquets  of. peach gladioli.  -;  The flower girl carried a basket ;  of pink rosebuds and daisies. The  ring-bearer was the groom's six-  year-old nephew.  Best  man was  Dave Doig of Vancouver.  Frank Verhulst of Gibsons proposed the toast to  the  bride" at y  the reception at the Manhattan.  Several   telegrams   of   congratulation were received from   relatives   in   Alberta,   Saskatchewan:;-;  and   the   brides   aunt   in   Cuba.  Guests    came   from-Edmonton,   ;  Penticton,  Gibsons  and Los An- -  geles.  The  honeymoon  will be  spent  in Los Angeles and on their return the couple will live in Van-   *  couver.  was not under sail.  Gibsons Firemen took the Roberts Creek Raiders 12-4 Thursday  causing the Raiders to suffer  their first defeat ,of the season.  Mrs. B. McCue of Williams  Lake with her sons, Bud and  Clint, have been the guests of  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.  MacKenzie, for a week.  Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tidball  were visitors to the Seattle World  Fair at the beginning of the week  Bob Cumming is improving facilities for handling the forthcoming OES annual garden party  and tea to be held in his attractive home on July 6. Members  will not be required to do so much  carrying back and forth when he  is finished with his carpentering.  Mr. and' Mrs. Dave Redding  and family are here for a week's  vacation from their home in  North Vancouver.  CLOSE  Peninsula Clecmers  July 2 to 16  STAFF HOLIDAYS  f ��;<���" *���    *>c*��*>,      * * *.*-^  THEATRE JACKPOT  Theatre Jackpot number this  week is 30622. Holder can pick  up two passes by calling at the  Sechelt Theatre. 'Next week's  Jackpot will be $25.  BUILDERS  of high speed planing hulls ���  fish or work boats and pleasure craft up to 45 ft.  Repairs  to fibreglass or  wooden boats  Fibreglass paint & materials  & marine equipment  FA1RMILE  BOAT WORKS LTD.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 886-7738  Hill and Mary....  Thank all our good friends and neighbors for the lovely   . X,if  flowers, cards and good wishes on the opening of the  Girl Beatify Saloii  GOWER POINT ROAD ��� Ph. 886-2120  V.-}  *  -*���- *;  >       '  i KITCHENS  ���   remodeling, why not let  ���H  ll  are the most used rooms in a home.  Convenience and beauty are of prime  importance. If you are building; or  OCEAtfSIDE FURNITURE & CABINET SHOP advise you on your cabinet heeds. All our kitchen  fixtures are pre-finished inside and out, prior to installation.  This means your old kitchen can. be transformed into a dream  usually within 48 hrs. Unlimited hardwoods and plastic laminates to choose from. Call  ''���  I    BEACH AVE., ROBERTS CREEK  J Ph. 886-2551  ,c  I  R. BIRKIN j  PUSHBUTTON telephones let you handle calls on several lines,  hold calls and talk to adjoining offices. They're great time and  money-savers for doctors, lawyers, accountants and most businesses. Call the Marketing and Sales Department of B.C. Telephone Company today for full details. ' \  Ram  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY  i :  ��� 20I-2-P3  t  - I  BEAT the HIGH COST of GROCERIES!  FEED YOUR FAMILY for '13  ,(8    Per Week  Including Finance  Charges, Freezer  and Food.  MODEL 1400 F  ��� 100 lbs. Federally Graded  CANADA CHOICE BEEF  Contesting of:  # T-BONES    #    SIRLOINS    #    ROUND STEAK  #    RIB STEAKS    #    SWISS STEAKS  # BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP ROAST  # RUMP ROAST  #   POT ROAST  #    CROSS RIB ROAST    #    STEW MEAT  # GROUND BEEF PATTIES    #    GROUND BEEF  ^ 40 LBS. CORN-FED PORK  Consisting of:  HAM  #   SHOULDER ROAST  #  STEAKS   #   CHOPS   #   BACON  #   SPARERIBS  LOIN ROAST  #   SAUSAGE  * ALSO INCLUDES:  ^90 Pkgs;: Grade 'A' Vegetables  '-���r:.-'.- Your Choice' - -  * 17 lbs. Pan-ready Fryers  * 18 Pkgs. Fresh-frdzen Fruits  * 36 Cans Frozen Juices JZte  * 5 lbs. Asstd^ Lunch Meats  * 5 lbs. Wieners  * 10 lbs. Assorted Fish See  * 24 Pints Ice Cream  Your  Choice  Your  Choice  IF YOU HAVE YOUR OWN FREEZER,  SEE US ANYWAY  GOLD SHIELD  FOOD SERVICES  LTD.  Box 640 Coast News  I would, like additional  information  on  this service without  obligation.  Ml' NAME 'l... ��� ���   ADDRESS ;.....,................   PHONE  No. IN FAMILY   OCCUPATION ���'....;   I HAVE A FREEZER YES :.,.... NO  Please Fill in an4 Mail Today  ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  OUR SERVICE OFFERS YOU  THE FOLLOWING:  1. MORE FOOD FOR LESS MONEY!  2. HIGHER  QUALITY AND VARIETY!  3. FOOD FINANCING  4. FREE HOME'DELIVERY f  ���5. YOUR OWN FREEZER  ALL OF THESE FOR THE SAME AMOUNT YOU   '  NOW SPEND FOR GROCERIES ALONE*!  Phone: Roberts Creek 88G~~2479  Gibsons 886~~2409  ;���*>.    ���!  ii  Q U A LITY       FOOD       IS       OUR       BUSINESS  i?  J Coast. News-June 21, 1962. ....,.; :5.y.  COMING EVENTS  June 23, Royal Canadian ^(Legion, ::i  109, Cabaret, 9;p.rriij'. Legioh'Hall' i  Gibsons.  June 25, O.A.P.O; Meeting, Monday, 2 p.m., Kinsmen'Hall.  June   29,' Roberts   Greek Ladies,  , Auxiliary   to   Scouts ���; and .';.-" Cubs  Strawberry Tea, 2-4 p.m.   in St. ���  Aidan's Church Hall.  July 6, OES Tea and sale of home  cooking., at R. Gumming home,  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, 2-4.  BINGO ��� BINGO ��� BINGO  Nice prizes and Jackpot  Every  Monday at 8 p.m. in the  Gibsons Legion Hall.  CARD OF THANKS  I would like to thank my friends  and neighbors for their cards and  flowers during my recent stay in  hospital. ;  Mrs. Florence Holland  '- DEATHS .  GREEN ��� Passed;away June 14,  1962, Elizabeth Yeoman Green of  Gibsons, B.C. Survived by i  daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Top-  ham,, Gibsons, 1 son, George, Jamaica, 2 granddaughters; 1 sister Mrs. Agnes" Stephens, Vancouver. ��� ��� Funeral service Monday,  June 18 at 1 p.m. from Harron  Bros. Chapel of ^Chimes, Vancouver. Interment Mountain View Cemetery. Harvey Funeral Home,  Gibsons,  B.C., directors.  FLORISTS . ... .^ y    .   ... '-..;'.':'  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345, Hopkins  Landing..      .���;a"*'*i'' -y--^: - '-- ��� '���  PERSONAL y '.  Sore gums from wobbling plates ?.  Try, Dentur-Eze today, and you'll  he amazed at wonderful relief  from sore gums, due to slipping  plates. Easy to use ��� one application lasts weeks. Tasteless,  odorless. Only $1.95. at Lang's  Drug Stores, Gibsons and Sechelt.  LOST  Beige color wallet, papers and  name inside, Soames Point area.  Phone 886-2565.   ;  9 ft. blue pram dinghy, lost near  Centre Bay, Howe Sound, around  June 12. Phone collect WAlnut 2-  6093.  WORK WANTED      '     \  Carpentry work, repairs, alterations, rock walls or any cement  work* ~P.~-Jorgenson,~-Halfmoon  Bay. Call 885-2139.  FUELS :  COAL & WOOD  Alder $10 delivered  Maple, $12  Fir $12 delivered  Bone dry old growth fir, $14  Clean hand. picked fir  millwood, $10  Druraheller hard coal  $32 ton, $17 f_ ton, $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per box  PHONE 886-9902  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  TRADE  Hillman car, 1952, engine needs  small repairs. Trade for 5 or 7  outboard or rowboat, or what  have you. Phone 885-9316.  AUTOS FOR SALE  1950 Prefect,   running order.  L.  Mcintosh,   R.R.   1,  Gibsons.   Se  chelt Highway near Crowe Rd.  51 Austin. Reconditioned motor.  Al shape, new paint. $275. Phone  885-2083.  1953 Monarch, radio, $350; 1981  Econoline van, 11,000 miles, $1995.  Phone 886-9686, M. Rigby.  1950 Chev, good condition. $125.  Phone 886-2454.  L '_��  \  /  IN LOVE WITH A  CERTAIN NEW CAR?  BUT IT NOW WITH A  XX>W.COST,l_aFE.IKSlJ]UED  LOAN     '  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  yYy.,������ .'����^B-EATSilSLAND,-:y-  iY^^Furnished-" summer  home  and  cottage in park-like setting adja-  , cent   sandy: beach,    wharf   and  moorage; $5,500 terms.   Y  Vy'V,;    GIBSONS AREA   X  ��� ���_��������� Charm, Convenience, Value  Designed for year round : com-  (fort and ease" of living this 2 bedroom, year old home , with : car-.  port, is centrally located, has  large fenced view lot and is priced at only $9750 with terms.  : Treed   lot  ���   100   feet   beach  frontage, $2,500, easy terms.  Building Lots��� over Vz acre  facing south,  $890 on terms.  DAVIS BAY  Waterfront lot, level and cleared, sandy beach, full price $4000.  MADEIRA PARK  150 feet waterfront with safe,  sandy beach! Exclusive area,  nicely treed. $6,500 with easy  terms.  PENDER HARBOUR  'Lots��� waterfront and semi  with year .round. all \; weather  moorage, in the heart of sport  fishermen's paradise. Prices from  $$1,500 to $3,250. Terms.  Call Frank Lewis - or Morton  Mackay at Gibsons office 886-9900  Res. 886-2644 or  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  527 Clarke Rd., Burquitlam  WE  9-2121 .--;  $2,000 Dwn. $7950 F.P. Cowrie  Street, Sechelt, Modn 2 Bdrm  Bung, plus unfinished cottage,  landscaped, fenced/fruit trees.  $1,000 Dwn. Lot on Main St., Sechelt, 62 x 122. F.P. $4,000.  700' Wtrfrnt 7 acres, Pender  Harbour area... $7500 F.P. Some  revenue. $3000 dwn payment.  $1000 Dwn, 4 Rm/ Mod. Older  type home, 1.308 acres, -Wilson  Creek, Balance as rent. Call J.  Anderson,   885-9565,   Sechelt.  Deal with confidence with  SECHELT REALTY  & INSURANCE AGENCIES  T. E. DUFFY. Agent-Owner  Phone 885-2161  Box 155, Sechelt, B.C.  WATERFRONT ��� Gower ��� le-,  vel lot, well built"2. storey home,  oil .heat.   Commercial   possibilities. $17,500 on terms.  Davis Bay ��� semi-waterfront  lot, paved road, water line, a  good buy at $1,950.  65' view lots in Gibsons. You  can't beat these for value! $1175  full price.  PHONE 886-2191  "A  Sign of Service"  H. B. GORDON & KENNETT  LIMITED  REAL. ESTATE & INSURANCE  Gibsons Sechelt  :   Hopkins Landing, two bedroom  l?uhgalowV beautiful   level'-lawn  .to beach"; and sheltered-moorage.'  $9,500. Terms.  EWART McMYNN  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Marine  Drive,   Gibsons  Phones:   886-2166,   Res.   886-2500  GOWER   POINT   ���  Modern   2  ybedrmhome on 100' secluded .  waterfront property, $10,000 full  price.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Waterfront  cottage, level approach to beach  secluded garden. $7,000 full  price.  Loans arranged, Canada Permanent Mortgage Corp. Your present  dwelling or new construction.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons  Ph.   886-2481  PROPERTY FOR SALE  OPPORTUNITIES COME TO  PASS, NOT TO PAUSE  Take Redroofs Road, 4 miles west  of Sechelt,   to Eureka  Development. Waterfrontage.  Gibsons, owner. 2 bedroom home,  fireplace, 4 acres, orchard, good  land, berry patch. $8,000. Phone  886-2383. -  PROP. FOR SALE (Cont'd)  Waterfront lot in West Sechelt.  128 ft. frontage, water available.  Ideal building lot; Apply J. E.  Parker, Sechelt, B.C.  WANTED TO RENT     ~~        Y  Home wanted at once. 2 bedroom  ,   modern' Willing to sign minimum  6 months; lease. Langdale to Se-  . chelt area.; Write George Vooro,  400 - 193 E. Hastings, Ford Bldg,  Vancouver. ���.-"/.���.'  MISC. FOR SALE  SPECIAL AT EARL'S  12 ga. New Haven shot gun, bolt  action, by Mossberg.  2 pc. glass bait casting rod and  closed face reel.  Ice chests, large size.      .  G.H.Q.   for   the  best in  fishing  tackle.  Earl's  Agencies,  886-9600.  Metal screw cutting lathe, Eng;  lish make, Myford ML7, ideal for  model engineer, had very little  use; 1 paintspray gun with compressor; 1 jigsaw; 1 roto-tiller  and attachments; 1 rotary mower  1 Fawcett wood burning circulatory heater, $20; 1 Boxstove,  cast iron, $8. Must be sold, leaving district. E. Lowe, Reed Rd.,  Gibsons.  21 acres,, cabin, spring water; 28  ft. concession trailer. with sleeping quarters; Ex-Totem Drive  Inn; 9x12 tent, $30; WriteYJ. F.  Kawin, Roberts Creek.  Portable radio, small washing  machine, electric sewing machine, sewing table, table lamp.  Phone 886-2648.  Wrecking   '56   Plymouth   Plaza,  Motor and parts in Al shape. Ph  Totem Collision, 886-9901.  For quick sale, 35 hp. Evirirude  with . controls and cruise-a-day  tank. Excellent condition. Phone  885-2260.  New Briggs and Stratton 1V_ hp. .  engine. Best offer takes it. Phone  885-2277.  Heintzman upright piano, good  tone. Any reasonable offer accepted. Phone 886-9577.  Coal   and  wood  furnace,   pipes *  and registers, $38. Phone 886-2379  Aeronca 7AC for sale. Low engine time, c/o B.C. Telephone Co.  Sechelt, or phone REgent 8-2249  POULTRY MANURE ��� Buy now  for your compost during summer  months. Call Wyngaert Poultry  Farm, 886-9340;,  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. Ye & S* Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,   Sechelt.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  (Cont)  ATTENTION ��� You need a dress  maker?  Phone 886-9880.     .-  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  HYDROPURE water sterilizer,  -water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and stump blasting. R.R. 1, Sechelt.  Phone  885-9510.  Hor guaranteed .watch and  j e*welry repairs, see Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt/ Work done  on the premises. tfn  ~ YKELLY'S  GARBAGE COLLECTION  Box 131,  Gibsons  Phone 886-2283  STANLEY PARTIES, Pender  Harbour to Port Mellon. Contact  Phyllis Emerson, R.R. 1, Sechelt. Phone 885-9510.  VICTOR D'AOUST  Painter ��� Decorator  Interior  ���.Exterior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road.  Alcoholics Anonymous Phone  Sechelt 885-9678 or write Box  584, Coast News.  ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  -..-���-�����        Lucky   Number  June 16 ��� 27787, Red  PETER CHRISTMAS  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds of brick  and stonework���Alterations  and  repairs  Phone 886-7734  DAVID NYSTROM "'  Interior, exterior painting. Also  paperhanging. Phone Gibsons  886-7759 for free estimates.  AUTOMATIC LAWNMOWER  SHARPENING  Get your lawn equipment sharpened now. Phone Ervin Benner  885-2292.  TIMBER CRUISING  K. M. Bell, 2572 Birch St., Vancouver 9, Phone REgent 3-0683  NELSON'S  LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING  FUR STORAGE  *   Phone Sechelt 885-9827  or -in  Roberts   Creek,   Gibsons  .   and Port Mellon Zenith 7020  BOATS FOR SALE  18 ft. clinker cabin boat, 10 hp.  Oman engine, electric start. At  Gibsons wharf. Phone A. Mac-  dqivald, 886-2629 or write c/o  Ggj^er Point Store.  31' troller, ready to,fish. Price,  "-*$35p0?'-J. Williams, Irvines Land-  Flagstones,   pier   blocks,   drain ,#ing��:B.<3. or ph. TU 3-2649.  tile,   available  ���from   Peninsula'  Cement  Products,   Orange   Rd.,  Roberts Creek.  Standard size concrete  Building  Blocks,   8x8x16   now    available.  ROGERS PLUMBING  SUPPLIES  Gibsons Phone 886-2092  Wholesale, and Retail  ���  11 reconditioned oil ranges, some  with new motors  and carburetors.  2 Kemac oil ranges . - ���*'  1 automatic floor furnace  Even Temp $69  1 oil fired hot air furnace  2 coal and wood range,  good as new        Y    - Y    $69:  3 Frigidaire fridges    > r$79  2 Astral fridges $37.50 and $42.50  All   fridges  guaranteed  Reconditioned used  toilet;  complete $15  Special���  Elko glass lined electric tanks  No. 30 $68  Usual guarantee  Small automatic electric range   \  like new $?~  2 reconditioned Kemac oil  burners, only $3?  Simple to install yourself:  Free Delivery on Peninsula  Store open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.  We close on Monday until 6 p.m.  Complete stock of plumbing supplies,  cheaper than   department  store.  WANTED ~ - .. '��� ..-���  16' Turner built Clinker with 35  hp. ��� motor. Sell complete Or separate.--R. HDiden, 883-7758.-  *' Hep 12\ tioat, plywood and fibreglass; windshield and ' driver's  seat. Apply Lidstbne, Orange Rd.  30 ftTTroller, 4 gurdies, $1000. Will  take part trade. Phone 886-2459,  16^.vft. Clinker built boat, 5 hp.  Easthope, : $250. K. Anderson,  Granthams Landing.  ������  ti" * : :���: : '  18   ft.  pleasure  craft,' 49  horse  Mercury,  electric start, mooring  .darivas,; remote control. $895. Ph.  ^88;6--98?0;        y  ?'l 16��ft. carvel built V bottom  ywrtji'f&iih- cedar planking; 8 hp.  Bm^gs- and Stratton with Bell re-  vereable/pjropellor. Needs some  work. $150Ycash. Phone 886-9310.  ������-I���"��'.>" '.���-^���������������������-������-������������  35 hp. Johnson outboard and 16  hp: Oliver outbodrd, both Al  Phone 885-2083.  Cottage, 4 rooms; Duroid roofing,  1V_ acres, wire fenced, good garden. Workshop, and garage- Water  in house. Bathroom. Mail delivered. Situated corner Reed Rd. and  Chamberlin Rd., 5 mins walk to  Granthams. Will take $5395 with  furniture, tools, curtains, blinds,  etc.. Also about 5 acres on Reid  Road, subdivided in acre lots,  level land, good timber and water. 15 min. to Gibsons main road.  Price $5,000. Dave Thomson,  R.R. 1, Gibsons. ���,.. .  Used furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used. Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  ANNOUNCEMENT ~~  ���For your heating needs contact  H. Stickland, direct factory reo-  resentative for Furhasman Ltd..  Canada's largest furnace manufacturers and installers.  Ask about the new FURN-A-  VENT ore-fab chimney. Phone  TU 3-2643. _______  COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC  REFRIGERATION ,  Tohn Hind-Smithy Gibs: *88^931*;  Watch Repairs  & JEWELRY  MARINE MEN'S  WEAR  Ph.  886-2116,  GIBSONS  Tree falling, topping or removing lower, limbs.:*Gor view. Insured work froorn Port .Mellon,  to    Pender    Harbotir.    Phone  886-9946, Marven Volen.  WANT AD RATES  *l .- :.  Phone 886-2622  Condensed style 15 words 55  cents, 3 cents word over 15,  minimum 55 cents. Figures in  groups of five or less, initials,  etc.;, count as one word. Additional insertions at half rate.  Minimum 30c.  Cards of Thanks, Engagements^ In Memoriams, Deaths  and Births up to 40 words $1  per-insertion, 3c per word over  40.-  '  Box numbers 25c extra.  Tuesday 5 p.m. deadline for  classified advertisements.  Legals ��� 17 cents per count  line for first insertion then 13o  per count line for consecutive  insertions.  CLASSIFIED DISPLAY  All     advertising     deviating  from   regular   classified   style  becomes elassiiEied display and  .,is,. charged, by   the   measured  'agate   line   at   10c   per   line,  minimum of 14 agate lines.  -    Cash    with    order.    A    25c  charge is made when billed.  THIS SUMMER  BE WATER  WISE!  One hundred Cariboo horsemen  will add wild west flavor to the  Barkerville gold rush centenary  this summer. Cariboo Trail Riders, whose members come from  all parts of the interior cattle  country, plan a seven-day trail  ride ending in the restored gold  rush town, 60 miles east of Quesnel, August 12.  L. J. Wallace, chairman of  the Barkerville Restoration Advisory committee, said the trip  will follow the routes chosen by  the miners who came in after  Billy Barker made his big strike  in 1862.  Barkerville historic park will  be officially opened by Lieutenant-Governor G. R. Pearkes Ju-ie  28. Billy Barker Day, 100'th anniversary of the strike, is August 12. The B.C. Cabinet will be  present' for a commemorative  church service.  The following day, the Trail  Riders will stage a frontier type  gymkhana and exhibition of pack  horse travel. Riders will be of  all ages. Men, women and children all will wear costumes similar to the dress of 100 years ago.  A total of 1,891,437' Canadians  have received one or more free  blood transfusions since the Canadian Red Cross Service was established in 1947.  Church Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's Gibsons  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m.., Evensong  Si. Aidans,   Roberts Creek  11 a.m. Sunday School  3:00 p.m.,  Evensong  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  9:30 a.m. Holy  Communion  The Little  Church, Redroofs  Evening Service, 7:30 p.m.  UNITED  Gibsons  11 a-m., Nursery  11 a.m. Divine Seryice  11 a.m. Sunday School  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson Creek  Sunday School 10 a.m.  Sunday Service    11 a.m  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church Service 9:15 ai.m.  1st, 2nd, -4th and 5th Sundays  Anglican Service, 7:30 p.m.  1st Sunday of each month    *  Anglican Communion 9:30 a.m.  3rd Sunday of each*month  ;Y ST. VINCENT'S     y  Holy Family, S_chelt, 9 a.in.  Most pure Heart of Mary  Gibsons, 10:30 a.m.  BAPTIST ~~  Bethel Baptist, Sechelt  10 a.m., Sunday School  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  ' Calvary Baptist, Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  *���   7:30 Evening  Service  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs.  CHRISTIAN  SCIENTISTS  Church Services  and Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek  United Church  ���-������������������:������- Gibsons, .-������'���������-.���y  PENTECOSTAL  11 a.m. Devotional  10 ajn., Sunday School  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Tues., 7:30, Bible Study  Fri.,  7:30 pjn.,  Young People  Sat., 7:30, Prayer  Glad Tidings Tabernacle  9:45 ajn., Sunday School  11 ajn., Morning Worship  3 p.m., Bible Forum  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service  Wednesday, 7 p.m.. Bible Class  Friday, 7:30 p.ni. Rally  Sat., 7 p.m. Young Men's  Action Club  *--___K__H_M-HH--__---K-M-MBHMI  h  9462 sizes  10-16  Slim or- swirling ������choose the  skirt YOU love best! Bodice is  your 'favorite:'.���simple, sleeveless, with a straight-across neckline. Choose eye-compelling print  or color.  Printed Pattern 9462: Teen  Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. See pattern  for yardages.'  FORTY CENTS (40c) in coins  (no stamps, please) for this pattern. Ontario residents add 2c  sales tax. Print plainly SIZE,  NAME ADDRESS and STYLE  NUMBER.  Send order to MARIAN MARTIN, care of the Coast News,  Pattern Dept., 60 Front St. West,  Toronto, Ont.  Extra! Extra! Extra Big Summer Pattern Catalog ��� over 106  styles for all sizes, occasions.  Send 35c.  |   DENTIST.'\  j Dr. David Stanger will be as- \  \ sociated with me in my den- ���  ; tal practice during the month \  \ of July. j  i Office hours wiil be 9 a.m. to |  j 5 p.m. Mon. through Fri. ;  \ Ph. 886-2524 for appointments. }  j I will resume regular Mon. ;  j and Tues. appointments in j  I August.        . j  ;    A. W. M. Robertson, DDS     \  GIBSONS  CHIROPRACTIC  R.  CENTPJE  WHITING, D.C.  10 to 12 a.m. ��� 2 to 6 p.jn.  Evening appointments  CLOSED WEDNESDAY  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  886-9843  GIBSONS  ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL ROOFS  DUROID ROOFS  Reroofing & Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES  BOB NYGREN  Phone 886-9656  NEW HOME FOR SALE  New 3-bedroom basement home for sale  south side of Georgia View  $3,000 down ��� MOVE IN TOMORROW  OPEN FOR INSPECTION Thurs., Fri., and Sat.  Can build 3-bedroom N.H.A. home for $12,750 with  $2,500 down including lot  CLIFF GAMBLE ��� on premises  SEPTIC TANK SERVICE  PUMP TANK TRUCK  TANKS BUILT OR  REPAIRED  DRAINAGE FIELDS INSTALLED  GIBSONS PLUMBING  y            Ph^ 886-2460 for information          , 6       Coast News, June 21, 1962.  J. "JAY" W. HARTLJ\ND provincial winner of recent provincial finals, of Jaycee Teenage  Safe Driving Road-e-o; sponsored by Imperial Oil, is J.."Jay"  W. Hartland, 18-year-old graduating high school student of Vancouver. He won oyer winners of  local road-e-o competitions staged by Jaycees in 33 B.C. communities.  more RUN for your money  in  16 to 100 horsepower  HADDOCKS  at PENDER  TU 3-2248  Your Mercury Sales  &  Service  Dealer  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-9525  TUBS, to SAT.  HAIRSTYLING  designed just for you  Coldwaving ��� Coloring  BEST. QUALITY   DRESS  & WORK   SHOES  Marine  Men's  Wear  LTD.  Ph.: 886-2116 ��� Gibsons  mmmWamWmTSMmam  For parents  A happy vacation for parents  is one when all the members of  the family keep,well. Many of  these suggestions for living comfortably out of doors at a cottage,  camp or in a trailer you may  know. But the important thing  is to get the family to co-operate  in following them! Why not read  them aloud, discuss them and  make plans for healthy holidays!  The very first essential for a  pood camping site is safe drinking water. This is the one thing  with which no chances can be  taken, because various sicknesses  especially typhoid fever are caused by germs in polluted drinking  water. The appearance of the  water has nothing to do with its  puritv. Crystal clear water may  contfVn harmful bacteria. The  one reliable rule to follow is ���  when in doubt about drinking  water, always boil it for half- an  hour or treat it carefully, according to directions with commercial  preparations such as chlorine tablets, i  *    *    *  During the hot weather, children perspire freely and need to  drink sufficient water to make up  for the loss of moisture through  their pores. Small boys and  girls should not be given too much  ice-cold fluid to drink. .  Boiled drinking water should  be cooled and then poured back  and forth from one container to  another to aerate it and make it  palatable. Small quantities of  charcoal dropped in water will  absorb any odors. The Public  Health authorities in any province co-operate in testing water  from wells.  A safe milk supply is also a  problem in some vacation areas.  It is against the law in many provinces for unpasteurized milk to  be sold. Cottage-pasteurizing over  a wood fire is a bit arduous for  a mother and so many families  resort to the use of condensed or  powdered milk. A generous supply of fruit juices is a good health  investment.  A camping site should not be  chosen near a stagnant pond or a  swampy district where mosquitoes breed. A site where the air  can circulate easily should be  picked. Some of these repellants  to keep away mosquitoes and  black flies are a bit strong in.  their odor. But each year they  are improved. Cheesecloth sprayed with an insecticide protects a  small child: in a crib- or carriage  from bites while he is asleep, The-  Canadian Entomological branch  developed the following excellent  repellant for mosquitoes, midges  and flies: j_ fluid oz. Oil of  Thyme, 1 fluid oz; concentrated  extract of Pyrethrum, 2"to 3 fluid  oz.  Castor Oil.  An inquiring small boy in th e  ENJOY  YOUR  HOLIDAY  BE WATER  WISE!  -������'%  \f  -355  TRACK ROLLERS  Track roller bushings and shafts get unsurpassed pro-  tection with RPM Tractor Roller Lubricant. It flows evenly,  coating bearing surfaces with a tough film that stays put  even under shock loads...seals out dirt, mud and water.  RPM Tractor Roller Lubricant comes in 3 grades for  Caterpillar and International equipment and inA/C  grade for AllisChalmers tractors.  For any Standard Oil product, call  G. H. (Gerry) McDONALD  Wilson Creek ���885-9332  By   Nancy Cleaver  Copyrighted  woods may be stung by a honey  bee, hornet, or a larges,bumble  bee. If the sting remains in the  wound, it must be scraped out  and antiseptic applied. The {Indians used crushed Jewel Weed  juice to soothe insect stings.* Ammonia or baking soda dissolved in  water can be dabbed:on an insect  sting. Wet mud or clay also relieves the  swelling.  A rarer affliction is a; snake  bite. Harmless snakes leave a  row of small punctures on the  sbin. A poisonous, snake, usually  makes two punctures. A tourniquet should be applied to an farm  or leg bitten by a poisonous  snake. If medical help is difficult  to obtain quickly, a short cfo?\.  cut should be made over the punc  tures and the poison sucked out  of the wound. If there are ho cuts  in the mouth, the poison from  the bite will not have ill effects  on the mouth or stomach.  Parents should teach then-  children to avoid , unnecessary  hazards in camping, and also  what remedies should be used'fo*^  accidents. A simple First Aid Kit  should be carried when travelling. Keep it in a locked cupboard with medicines out of^the  reach of tiny children.  MEETINGS  of       ���������.-������  -  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  Congregation Bible  Study  Gibsons, Se'.'helt, West Sechelt.  and Madeira Park. Tues, 8 p.m.  Ministry School  Kingdom Hall,   Fri.   7:30  p.m.  Service Meeiirg  Kingdom  Hall,  Fri.   8:30  p.m.  Public Talk y  Kingdom Hall, SunY7 p.m-  Watchtower Study '  Kingdom Hall, Sun. 8 p.m.  The Kingdom Hall is at  Selma Park  No Collections  NEW  V  MAKES  FAINTING  A PLEASURE  Zenith Latex outside paint is easy to use, and  you get a smooth,durable finish that gives your :  home years of beauty and protection. Resists ;.  bKstering . \ . dries quickly-; too!; Next time \  you're doing any exterior painting insistjori ISfew \  Zenith Latex.  Beauty by the gallon forallyour painting needs!  OWNER  Phone SS6-2442  Borrow this beautiful COLOR HARM*  ONY BOOKLET! Choose, in your own  homefrOm hundreds of color combinations!  aoox*  :':';Y;;V-;^.;:pNER:;:  Phone 885^3171 ~ Sechelt  White-wall tires optional at extra cost  ESS***;-, "'?���4  Impala Sport Sedan  JET-SMOOTH RIDE! Thlvel- YOUR CHOICE OF POWER! CHEVROLET'S BRAND OF 14 CHEVROLET? . . . oncf  \Vt softneS and whis_>er From a^super-thrifty 135- LUXURY! Rich fabrics - 53JI2^,5^ QmlS  .uietonly Full Coil suspen-   hp^e-cyhnd.: to^zzbng   }^^,/S^_i^d   ^^So^k^  sion and quality insulation   409-hp   V8*.    And # your  can produce! choice of 4 transmissions,    appointments.  and a Convertible,  And  rates top value at trade-firtfme too*  * Optional at extra cost.  :':-'-r        C-2B62D  fe ��<re'*o see Bonanza- on the CBC-TV network each Sunday. Check your local listing for channel and time.  WILSON CREEK  PHONE 885-2111 recipes are winners!  On the evening of June 8, finals  of the Electrical Cooking Contest,  sponsored by the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority -  in conjunction with the electrical  dealers Gibsons Electric and Gibsons Hardware, Were held in the  Gibsons Electric showroom on  the Sunshine Coast Highway,  Gibsons, B.C.  A total \of 15 contestants took  part during the., four-week contest, and each contestant .represented an organization of the  community.  The judges advised that the -  entries were very close, with  very few points separating them,  and it was finally decided to  award two first and two second  '���prizes. 1 .  The first prize winners were  Mrs.. Mary Strom, representing  the Arbutus Rebekah Lodge and  Mrs. Celia Fisher and Mrs. Len-  ; ora Inglis, representing the Gib-  sens St. Mary's Hospital Auxili- .  ary. A. cheque for $20 was presented' to. each of these organiza-  .tions. "������  The second prize winners were  Mrs. Wynn Stewart arid Mrs. Ag-  ness Harding,.. representing the  Linited Church Women's "Auxiliary and the Misses Patricia  Smith and Carol Mylroie, representing Job Daughters, Bethel  No. 28;: A���"���' cheque for $10 was  presented to each of these organizations. . -  : The judging was made by Mrs.  Jean' Wyngaert and Mr. Dick  Kennett. Mr. .-F.-.-H. (Bob) Norminton, district manager for the  Hydro Authority, presented me- .  mentos to the two judges for  their able assistance and co-operation.  7 The results of the contest were  gratifying,    and    it is expected  that a larger and more interest-.  ing    contest    will be held next  year.. ..'���'.  To  complete the evening,  refreshments were served by Mrs.  D. Hauka arid Mrs. E. Anderson  on behalf of the dealers.  Here" are the winning recipes:  TAMALE PIE  % cup corn meal y,:  3 cups water Y:  1 teaspoon salt  Cook' as for porridge.  Spread  in 9-inch pie plate, cover bottom  jCMSSTFOim';/>   ���   -����������� By AX a Gordon]  and sides well. Reserve enough  for top.     . *  Saute in heavy pan.  2 tablespoons oil  1 medium j onion���minced  1 small green pepper���minced  1 lbYground beef  Add salt and pepper  1 small can corn niblets  1 can tomatoes  .10 ripe medium olives (sliced  Yz can tomato paste  Spices (to suit inuividual taste)  Add to meat and vegetables  1 teaspoon salt  2 teaspoons garlic powder (or 1  clove ground)  1 teaspoon^chili powder  1 teaspoon oregano  Curry powder (just a shake)  Chili pepper (2 small bits)  Bay; leaf (2 or 3 crushed)  AddY}4 cup cooking wine, 2  tablespoons corn meal -to thicken  Mix }all ingredients well. Pour  into : corn meal pie shell. Top  with remaining corn meal porridge. Sprinkle top with Parme-  son Cheese.  Bake* iri 375 deg. oven for 20  minutes. Remove and garnish  top with olive halves and cut out  bits of green_and red peppers to  form a flower design.  Serve hot with a simple tossed  green salad' and Chianti Wine.  Fruit and cheese for dessert.  This recipe serves 6  CHOPSTICK - SALMON  CASSERQLE    ���.".  3 can mushroom soup  Va cup water  1 can salmon (flaked)  1 cup finely chopped celery  3 can chow mein noodles  V2 cup salted toasted cashews  J_ cup finely chopped onion  Dash of pepper  Mix together soup and water  and add salmon, celery, nuts,  onion, pepper and half tin of  noodles or 1 cup. Toss lightly,  place in ungreased baking dish  &nd i>rrihkle remaining noodles  vn top .  :l)  Bake at 375 deg. ior 15-20 mi-  ��� nutes. * Garnish"  *\yith   Mandarin  oranges, and parsley. Serves 6.  SALMON LOAF (Supreme)  T cans  salmon  (small)  ,4 eggs  1 cup milk  2 cups: bread crumbs  Vi teaspoon pepper  1 teaspoon salt  Juice of 1 lemon  4 tablespoons melted butter  V? cup . finely chopped peppers  2 tablespoons   chopped pimento  Method  Pour juice off salmon and  flake it. Take out all bones. Prepare bread crumbs. Add milk,  salt and pepper to the crumbs.  Beat eggs. Add lemon juice to  the melted butter. Mix all ingredients together and put in a  greased mold or casserole. Bake  at 350 deg. for one hour in a pan  filled with hot water. Garnish  with    lemon    wedges,    parsley,  Coast News, June 21, 1962.       7  green pepper and pimento.  TARTAR SAUCE  1 cup mayonnaise  2 tablespoons chopped capers  2 tablespoons chopped olives  2 tablespoons chopped sweet    : '  pickle .  2 tablespoons minced onions   ��� ���: ���  1 tablespoon chopped parsley  Mix all ingredients together.  DIRECTORY  , Shilcomb Lookout  ToolYRental  Sanders, transit, Skit saw  paint sprayer, cement mixer  trailer, power saw.  For rates,  PHONE ARCHIE WALKER  TU 3-2407  BILL SHERIDAN  TV - APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES   AND  SERVICE  Phone 885-9534  STOCKWELL & SONS  LTD.  Box 68, Sechelt. Ph. 8S5-4488 for  Bulldozing, Backhoe and front  end loader work. Clean cement  gravel fill and road gravel.  SCOWS      ���      LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE ticl.  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'  So  SMITH'S HEATING  CHIMNEY & OIL STOVES  ^ CLEANEPy  * Phone 886-2422 'X  You'll find good RESTAURANTS  galore in the YELLOW PA6ES  of your Telephone Directory  rr.i   -T-t--;  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  i      & CABINET SH&P  Hardwood Specialist  ,        Kitchen  Cabinets  Office and Store Fixtures  Custom HomeYFurnishings  ; Repairs and \ Refinishing  Quality Material & Workmanship  'Guaranteed-1  ;*���>���__, ,_*r. jjirion:.;^  -Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  '* Phoney886>T2551y  ;  OPTOMETRIST  \ ROY SCOTT  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR APPOINTMENT  -  886-2166  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Ph. 886-9533, 886-9690 or 886-2442  NORM BURTON  Your Odd  Job Man  Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid,  etc.  Res., Pratt Rd.,  Gibsons.  Phone 886-2048  See us for all your knitting requirements. Agents for Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS   VARIETIES  Phone 886-9353  TINGLEY'S  HI-HEAT  SALES AND SERVICE  ALL  TYPES  HEATING  AND SERVICING  PHONE 885-9636  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  WATER  SURVEY SERVICES  L.C.EMERSON  R.R. 1, Sechelt  885-S-510  v  REFRIGERATION  SALES  AND SERVICE  A. J. DUFF ZRAL  Phone 885-4468  FLOOR TILE  PLASTIC WALL TILE  Quality paint by Bapco  Plywood' cuttings in Stock  SECHET BLDG. SUPPLIES  Phone 885-9600  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Sechelt  Phone. 885-2062  Residence, 885-9532  Eae��d with ^ big purchase?  low cost  BACKHOE  and LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP, TRUCKS  Contract or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.   KARATEEW,   Ph.  886-9826  * RADIO & TV SERVICE  JIM LARKMAN  Radio, TV repairs  Phone 886-2538, Gibsons  GALLEY'S WOODWORKING  SHOP  Cabinets of all kinds  Furniture built and repaired  PHONE 886-2076  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  J. H. G. Jim DRUMMOND  INSURANCE AGENCY  For complete coverage  General and Life  Phone 886-7751  C 8: S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for/ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also  Oil   Installation  Free estimate  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  Home and Industrial Wiring  -������.-:. _   Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances, TV Service  - Hoover Vacuum  Cleaners  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 336-9325  NET/MAN PLUMBING  & HEATING  WATER PUMPS ~~  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  Phone 888-9678  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing.   Grading. Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing Teefch  FOR RENTAL  Arcihes, Jacks, Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  ;  Concrete Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  We use  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  RICHARD F. KEIfNETT  NOTARY PjCJBElC  ��� '���'��������� AGENT ���!;.  FIRE, AUTO, & YGfiNERAL  INSURANCE  Phone 886-2191  H. B. Gordon & Kennett  Limited  Gibsons Box 19  "A Sign of Serrice"  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Florists  Anne's Flower Shop  Phone 886-9543  COLES IRON WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  RAILINGS & POSTS  Fire screens & Accessories  Custom Furniture, Patios  Fibreglass awnings  Open evenings and weekends  Phone 886-9842  It's the simple, businesslike, thrifty way to borrow. Np, hidden charges.  No "extras". With a termplan Loanyoufyowto~thee&ct^^  you're paying. And you'll often find it's a lot less than you are asked &  pay;:c/j��i-v^ buy a major |tenior to meet  unforeseen expenses ������ in fact for any reasonable purpose~donft pay  more than you need to.-See the Royal Bank about a termplan Loan.. Any  amount up to $3,600; up to 36 months to pay. Arid it's life-insured. Just  talk to your nearest "Royal" manager, or ask for our termplan folder.  Yi  mf��mT>Z<tt\e  ROYAL BANK  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy Welding  Precision Machinists  Ph. 886-7721 Res, 886-9956  Moffat Silent Oil  Furnace Installed  3% int.���-First  Payment Sept. 1  One year's Free  Service  Cyclos Oil Range and  Oil Burners  installed  Also parts and service  DARCY AYLEN  Phone 886-2133 8       Coast Newsy June 21, 1962.  WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  Royal Canadian,Legion 109  CABARET  9 p.m.  SATURDAY, JUNE 23  CANADIAN  LEGION   HALL-Gibsons  ALL ARE WELCOME  giiiuiuuttmuittimnnttuwnuuuuiuittiuuiM  |       ^Around the World"      j  |    . with the g  | McKay School of Dancing j  | THURSDAY, JUNE 28 |  | PORT MELLON COMMUNITY HALL ��� 7:30 p.m. j  | DANCE WITH US TO FAR AWAY PLACES |  B  Admission: Adults 50c������Students 25c���Children under 10 free  g  j PROCEEDS TOWARDS  SUMMER RECREATION ��  kiuittwmuuiuttiittuittuinittiuunuittuuuttiuauiuiiiuuttinttnmiM  T?hurch   Chu&kks^ by CARTWRIGRT  K*  Tasella Shoppe   j  Phone 885-9331 ��� SECHELT I  A fine selection of |  ���        H  Yard Goods & Sewing Notions J  Simplicity Patterns J  Swim suits ��� Sport clothes ��� Casual shoes'  j  Paris caulk boots ��� Work clothes & gloves    j  J. J. Rogers & Co. Ltd.  SUNNYCREST PLAZA��� Ph. 886-9333  Come in and see the new  Stack-on Spa^emates  WASHER & DRYER  by Westinghouse, the answer to the small  home laundry problem.  WE  HAVE TO  MAKE  ROOM FOR NEW MERCHANDISE!  Come in and take advantage of our bargains  7 chesterfield suites have to go this week  Each buyer of a chesterfield suite will receive absolutely free..  a coffee table and a ticket on a draw for a 9x12 vicose rug to  be drawn for Sat., June *23 at 5 p.m.;  EASY TERMS ARRANGED ON ALL MERCHANDISE! ���  Westinghouse is here with the two door refrigerator, Freezer-  holds 105 lbs. of frozen food. Refrigerator section is  completely automatic.  $60 trade-in, balance $359.95  a&winq qou^uritft  KEN'S FOODLAND  PHONE   886-2563  Tray Pak Boiling Fowl    35c lb.  Chuck Steaks grade ��A��  59c lb.  Cross Rib Roasts GR"' 69c lb.  DADS OATMEAL COOKIES 2 for 49c  BLUE RIBBON COFFEE, instant10 <����� 99c  MALKINS TOMATOES 20 ����� 2 for 49c  PfERFEX BLEACH, 128 oz.       ~~2  SUNKIST  LEMONADE  FROZEN (��� oz.  FOR  79c  29c  u  DELIVERY DAYS  Gibsons���every day except Wed.  Gower Point���Thursday.  Port Mellorir���Friday.  Roberts Creek���Saturday.  OPEN  FRIDAY NITES  iiii  9 P.M-  FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER $5  EVERYDAY LOW SHELF PRICES  " . . . but we WILL be in our new building by  next Sunday'* service for SURE 1"    ���-  A public relations job  A Chamber of Commerce! or  Board of Trade, is" defined as-'be-  ing "a voluntary association of  citizens banded together to promote the commercial, industrial.  agricultural and civic welfare of  the community and district in  which it is located."  .  It is apparent that, in playing  this vital role, the Chamber is  involved with various "publics."  Under the general heading; of  "public relations" it has three  principal areas of contact:  (a) Its own members.      ;  (b) Local citizens.  (c) The municipal council.  Achieving good public relations  is, simply a matter of observing  the Golden* Rule ��� do as you  would be done by. ���  This is true just as much":in  the case of an organizationJ''as  of* an individual. Good public relations can enhance the esteem  and regard in which your Chamber is held. A comprehensive,  well thought-out program ��� hack..  ed by sincerity and effort��� will  help ensure' a good reputationJhr  your Chamber. 7  Five essential ingredients tor  the successful\ implementation of  a p.r. program are: , ,  1. A strong board, of directors.  2. Top level agreement oh policy and  objectives. . ���__  Sechelt News  BY MRSy A.A.  FRENCH Y  All the world and his wife were  , here to * see the Bounty which  anchored off Sechelt for some  hours cleaning up before taking  off for Vancouver. A number ^6f  the school children had a look  too. Many pictures were taken for  future use.  ��� Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turner-are  back from Vancouver where they  attended the convention banquet,  of the I.O.O.F. at the Commodore  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ivan  Smith are Mr- and Mrs. A. ;C>  Anger of South Burnaby.  Newcomers to West Sechelt and  planning on residing permanently are Mr. and Mrs. David Hay-  ward of New Westminster.  Ttvo children Of Mr.- and Mfs.  R. L.Pehbta christened at St.  Hilda's. Anglican church with  Rev. Denis Harris, officiating  were named ; David Bruce and  ;.Karen Lynne. Godparents w^fe  Mr., and Mrs. J. Ewart of Sail"  Jose, California, .for whom Mr.  and Mrs. R. Clayton were proxy  Land Cpl. and Mrs. P. B. Payne  of Sechelt. >  . 3. A well rounded program of  activities based on the needs of  the community and within the capacity of the Chamber.  . 4. Committees adequate in num.  her, size and leadership to execute this program.    .  5. A competent manager ,or  secretary, depending ; upon circumstances.  In public relations, the important point is the viewpoint. Look  into an imaginary mirror and see  your Chamber as others'-see it.  Responsibility for a public relations program starts with the  organization's board of directors,  but does not stop there. It extends throughout the entire membership. Each member is an individual custodian in whose hands  rest the chances of success or  failure of the program.  In due course, the practice of  good public relations simply becomes the habit of everyone in  the. Chamber doing the right thing  at the right time in the right  place. The results will he shown  by what its various publics, think  and say; about the organization.  BASEBALL  BABE RUTH GAME  Sechelt Mustangs will meet  Gibsons at Hackett Park Sunday,  June 24, at 1 p.m. There will be  a refreshment stand at the park.  Baseball times on the Monday  holiday during which July 1 celebrations wall take placfe ��� have -  been set for three o'clock in the  afternoon for the first game and  6:30 p.m. for the second game:  Teams in. th^ese;two games will  be the visiting Mt. Pleasant Con-  * nie Mack- nine and, Gibsons. Connie Mack team. Both games will  be played on the grounds behind  Elphinstone secondary school on  Sechelt Highway. YJ.  i;  i���  A. Simpkins  BRICKLAYER  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2132  ESTIMATES  AT  YOUR  CALL  ��VC* THO  ABOUT IWAXNIN0  TO WW?  Make "Some Day" TODAY in the  Safe, Economical, Easy-to-Fly  PIPER  35-hour course $517.00.^ncjudejs 0test  Sanderson Audio/visual ground school.  (Less gov't subsidy of $100 if you can  qualify.) [ ��� .  We will position a COLT at  Sechelt-  Gibsons airport two or three days weekly for next two months  provided enougn students register and prepay course.,  Register IMMEDIATELY  caU Fred RJtter at 885-968S or CR 8-5141 Vancouver  BOWLING  E & M BOWLADROME  (By ED CONNOR)  Spring League Scores:  Tuesday: 2B's 3115 (1116). W.  Chyzuk 644 (241), B. Laird 677  (288), S. Rise 831 (317, 273, 241),  L. Campbell 301, J. Larkman 702  (285,^65), J.'Lowden 649 (254),  ,D. Mason 602 (258),.Ike",Mason  685 (267), D. Bailey 629, D. Cartwright 700 (248, 244), B. Fisher  675 (253).  Wednesday: Port Mellon Alt  Stars 2541 (941).  Thursday: Drifters, 2988 (1050).  H. Duffy 754 (309), M. Dragon  608, J. Larkman 715 (313), I. Jew-  ett 635,  G.  Christianson 290.  for the Smartest . . .  Dresses ��� Skirts ��� Blouses  Bulky Knit Cardigans  Slim Jims ��� Pedal Pushers  Shorts ��� Bermuda Shorts  Pop-tops and Swim Suits  Shop at   ffYRJsliop  Ladies Wear��� & i^  Sechelt���next to Anne's Flower Shop���Ph. 885-^2002  Ladies Wear is our ONLY Business  1961  GALE SOVEREIGN  40 HP OUTBOARD  Electric Starting, Longshaft  NEW   MOTOR   GUARANTEE  Reg. Price $802  Sale Price $619  Peninsula Motor Product- (1957) IM.  WILSON 'CREEK ��� Ph. 885-2111  SHOP AT HOME AND 6AVE  KEEP LOCAL PERSONNEL  EMPLOYED  t"  ./'   <&  .an. h.  Howe Sound and Sechelt Peninsula Telephone Directory closes  July 13.  If you haven't arranged to advertise in this important directory please contact the B.C. Tele-,  phone business AT ONCE.  Any change you wish to make in your present  directory listing should be given to the telephone  companyyNOW.  INEXPENSIVE EXTRA DIRECTORS' LISTINGS  . can help people find your name in the phone book.  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