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 ,GOLDEN CUP-AWARD  ���-'���" COFFEE  '< at DANNY'S  COFFEE  HOUSE &  MOTEL  Gibsons ��� Ph.  886-9815  Provincial Library.  Victoria,  B.  C*  ��_M.  j.  v _*~rr-_P  SERVING THE GROWIn4^UNSHINE COAST  Published in Gibsons, B.C.        .   Volume .18, Number M, May 14, 1964.   *- __�� L_-  7c per copy  -i - ft. r   -���_ '  ~      I  May Day crowning  for Queen, Princess  'i ??&$%*  ' Queen-to-be Marilyn Mackenzie  when crowned "'at >" Sechelt's- ,16th  May Day celebration Monday  will be accompanied'by" Princess-  to-be Lenora Paul.^Ohief Alf, August will be <the ^escortPtor the/  ;~gvqueen will be John Toynbee.  Her attendants will be R:ta Ono  a-d Beverley Walker. .Attendants  for the Indian princess will be  Audrey > Joe and Beverly, August.  Flower girls will include from  princess.,and ~JFre_. Oike,. escort,, Davis Bay, Sandra Wood,'Kathie  ior the queen.- Retiring Queen Moorcroft, Karen Spencer and  Susan Thorold will hand, over'her t.^etty Humphrey and from Se-  veign to the new queen during frchelt,' Kathie Grafe, Vicki Fearn-  the ceremony. The new Queen ley> Lynn oike and EIeanor Lon.  Marilyn will then crown Princess-.�� neberg; Billie Frigbn will be gift  Lenora. ������ ' ;     ��* ;        ���'   - bearer."  Sechelt's May Day celebration  will be held at Hackett ;Fark, following the parade, ot - floats  through ' the village starting- at  1:30 p.m. Charles Gregory will  be master of ceremonies at the  park and Ed Surtees of the'Roy-  bearer.  In the event of rain crowning  -ceremonies will take place in the  Sechelt Elementary School activity "room. r,   ,,    , '  Those taking part in the parade will assemble at the Residential School grounds at 12:15 p.m.  Sechelt and Gibsons  continue low tax rates  > ^jjEmth Gibsons" and Sechelt mu-  ^ntcjpal councils are maintaining  allow mill rate etgain - this ��� year  ar^jspite of rising costs and in-  < creased public works outlays due  ' tqknormal growth.��� ��� - -   <C$bson_> mill rate for '.this- year  |kbe 8.64-rand< Sechelt 10 nulls.  Tlref Gibsons mill rate'is "down  tly- from/Jiast^-year^. but"-Se-  _ ^ i's remains the, ^ame ai it  lists*-been for, a number oty^ars.  lv_\jn. analysis,of'income'and expenditure, of both Jnunicipar'coun  cflsf Jor thisfyear'follows: / '  venue are:  ,  School -tax $42,509  Gov't grant 17,456  Water tax 14,000  Village tax 12,498 ���  Hospital tax 3,371  Permits, fees 4,100  On' the   expenditure   side, the  largest amounts are:  School tax * v    $42,509'  ���Roads, parks - -15,537  Water 24,677   '  Administration .  7,400  Protection * ',   '6,600-  '  The remainder Of the budget'is  amounts 6f money.  To achieve this budget and remain under the $12,500 municipal taxation ceiling and avoid  having to pay welfare costs un*  der the Tuberculosis Act, council  used $3,862"from its surplus to  make up the budget,total:  Omitting the school and hospital taxes which the village  council' must collect and hand  over to the school board and  H.I.D., Gibsons budget for municipal purposes totals, $68,981 for  this year, The school'tax puts it  ��� '^Gjbsons'1total* revenue is_ $114,     spread  over 'many departments    over the $100,000 mark..  PRINCIPAL W. S.-POTTER        g&gfand^tfie -mainlsourcesrot re-     and    items,-  requiring.. smaller  al Canadian Legion will be par- -,, "��ijwbooi grounds ai iz:__ p.i  ade marshall. " *', -^~ >with-.udging following at 12:30  Sechelt's May Day committee,.  was prepared to have the Lons  dale Cadet corps lead the parade but as Jthe ,corps had already  received o__ers it wouM have an  official inspection on that'day at  its own headquarters, the .corps  reluctantly had to turn down the  Sechelt invitation.  > Attendants for the new queen  willbel-ileen Nestman and Gayle  Billingsley. Escort forv the retir-  and^the .parade- moving off at  i':30 for Hackett Park, along the  main street through the village.  At'" Hackett Park Capt. Sam  Dawe will make the "official welcome speech which will be followed by the crowning ceremonies. Gifts will be presented by  Mrs. R. Breeze. Then greetings  will come from Queen Diane,McDonald of Gilbsons Elphinstone  Secondary School. -Former May  Queene will then be presented  and Queen Marilyn will follow  with the presentation of parade  prized. '     \       i  _->  There are three classes of  floats for the parade,-commercial, organizations' and' private.  Children will be represented with  decorated * bicycles, wagons and  as walking individuals.  Following   the   ceremonies   on  the   platform   there   will   be   a  trampoline  exhibition,  races .for  ,   all ages, a fishpond and midway  attract$qns���.There will be refresh-  ^ ment booths on the park grounds.  W^ln  the ^evening  following  the  queen's banquet there will be a  ,. ��� May, .Queen's. Ball in-the Legion  hall from 7 to 9 p.m. -  :��_��?���*?All* Sechelt :requires���*;*or?san  ^.  .. ._.-        l       �����     -v _        __+-    t   t__7   jfc f*_&H_  ���J(_p,l  Twenty-two* Canadian teachers  of  whom  six  are  from, British -.  Columbia will spend <the summer,-  in '.Africa teaching native teach:-  ers in summer schools.  One ��� of  the six from B.C. will be Principal W. S. Potter of Elphinstone  Secondary  School.  " Froject Africa ��� 1964 is conducted by" the Canadian Teachers  Federation together jvith its affiliated   provincial   teachers   or-  ganizaions; Its aims are to raise ���  the;  academic   and   professional,  qualifications   of  African- teachers, to strengthen African teachers'   organizations,   and  to  promote goodwill and understanding  between  Canadian  teachers  and  teachers in African countries.  This year members of the project will be divided into three  teams and each team will be as-,  signed to either Uganda, Kenya  or Nyasaland. There they will  spend six weeks in native teachers- colleges, instructing in methods and subject matter. The  project is financed by the provincial teachers organizations participating.  ?'  Gibson OKs budget  ?(_^_-^��.^^__if^^^_i-fc^^��_->-*e--'  JOHN FISCHER  who came to Canada in 1951 and.  settled in Howe Sound area in  1952 to paint is holding an exhibition of his works at the Gallery  of-B.C. Arts at 1974 West Georgia,, Lost Lagoon area, until  May 16. Some of his works cover  Gibsons, Hopkins Landing, the  bluff and others depict not quite  so well known places and spots.  $4,505 put  ^da^.mePc^^l^ti6i^ot^h^W&a'^lilTO^  *   ttiPrmmn - ��� ��� ��� -h^*^    ,  ' ^Cfib-ons' municipal council at  Tuesday^ night's meeting passed  itsisb-idget nnd tax rate bylaws.  Details of the budget will- - be  foiled in the main story at the  top;of this page. ��� -  Examination  of  ah , expansion -  Pancakes galore!  TJie Sunshine Coast Lions' club  Parfcake Breakfast' in the showroom of Peninsula Motors, Sechelt, on Mother's Day served  ove�� 2C0 persons.  Enthusastic Lions used over 50  pounds of flour and sixty pounds  of sausage. Each meal consisted  of orange juice, pancakes; sausage and coffee," a-large percentage, of the patrons having more  than one serving, for the rule of  the day was no limit on what you  can^ eat. The service was excellent: and many commented on the  wonderful cooking. The project  was* so successful that the- Lions  are going to make this an annual  eveqt on Mother's Day. The proceeds are to be use'd for Xions  charities in tlie area.        i **>'  of water supplies at thev upper  reservoir continues" *��and Martin  -J. J.-Payton, consulting engineer  .has reported on two holes which  could be "developed. Council requested Mr. Dayton to see what  specifications"he could"obtaih fo'r  further exploration by proficient  companies. -. / ^.  , Council has about $4,000'in" this  year's budget to cover this work  which will be part of the capital  expenditures for water works.  A shed and carport permit for  $500 was granted Andy Anderson  for O'Shea Rd. property, provided he consents building of the  house planned for the' lot be  started this year.  Council has under consideration  the removal of the old house opposite   the   Medical   clinic,   thev  land area now used for Shell Service   Station   parking   purposes".  The only debt'facing the village is for its water system and  this is _e_f-liquidated by water  taxes.' It-should be cleared away  hy 1987 when it is expected the  village will of necessity seek a*  new Joan1 for water and sewage  projects.  Sechelt's' budget will total $59,-  049 and its main source ofv revenue will be:  Municipal tax   - $10,446  "  School tax- 26,501'  .Gov't grant"..   , 7,808  '  t Car licenses   " '    2.800  ' Hospital-tax-    -       >      2,114  Permits' 1,300  This money will be' spent chief^  ly for the following purposes:    ���>  School tax $26,501  ' 'Hospital tax    " 2,011  Protection 5.600  .   Public works .3,000 .  Capital spending 7,000 ,  Protection covers street lighting, fire and other items which  come within this- classification.'  Actually the municipal council  uses only $20,434 out of the $59,;  049 it takes in. The remainder  goes to the school-board and the  . hospital improvement district.  .,. Seqhelt,hajsy no debenture,debt  and "is therefore like "Gibsons in  a solidly'sound position when i.  chooses, to enter the money, marv  "V  Roberts Creek  sports Friday  The annual sports day on Friday, Mav 15 was discussed at the  Roberts Creek Parents Auxiliary  regular meeting at- the school on  May 4. The children will attend  school .at the usual time and be  dismissed soon after when the  races begin. The teachers ��� can  use all- the help they can get  from /parents in the , matter of  handling the various events.  Duetto there being no inter-  school-competition'this year, the  school;will be^di\rided into two  houses'"'which? will: compete with  each.oUier. jfye "auxiliary"will sell  hot dogs android drinks;:'" P :p  Mr." J. Fleming,^"the "principal;"  announced that the morning of  May 13 will be set aside for the  registering ^ of pupils who will  commence school in . September.  A nominating committee was  set up for the June election of  officers/An invitation was received from the Sechelt PTA to attend their May 14 meeting -to  hear a speaker from Powell River  therman.  Carousels  about ready  At the traffic from the'6:30  p.m. ferry travelled from Lang-  dale to Sechelt on Mother's Day,  people stared at two large trucks  in the middle of the procession.  Had a carnival arrived? Had a  circus arrived? Where will they  operate? The answer to the mystery is that while fellow members were holding their pancake  breakfast, several other Lions  had caught the early morning  ferry to Nanaimo to collect three  merry-go-rounds which the club  has obtained to give pleasure to  the children in the area and- at  the same time help raise funds to  assist local community and charitable efforts. The carousels ' are  such that they can accommodate  three age groups.  The Lions intend to have' the  .three in operation over the May  Day weekend, at Sechelt. and^on  -the July 1- 'holiday at Gibsons.  The Lions have other recreational items, for these two events, and  are entering a float in the parade  Enthusiastic Lions are certainly starting their club in the right  way and many charitable cases  will benefit through their efforts.  Why not turn out on May Day  weekend and on July 1 to see the  Lions in action.  More than $4000 has been spent  oh Sechelt's Hackett Park by Sechelt's council since about 1958,  Councillor Sam Dawe reported to  Sechelt's council meeting Wednesday night of last week. He  was commenting on misinformation that had been spread by uninformed people.  The actual total of expenditures  in that time was $4,505 and this  did not take into consideration  work done in 1953-54 on the park  by Tom Parrish, Leo Carlson,  Ron Larsen Sr., and the lat��* Ron  Larsen jr., Curly and Bab Tyson,  Rudy Crucil and Leo Johnson  who worked for days clearing  and burning.  In 1958 Hackett'Park was undertaken as Sechelt's provincial  Centennial project and from then  on the village council has been  improving the park year by year.  Councillor Dawe also reported  that the Recreation committee  with total revenue of $950.40 less  $520.09 spent on last year's May  Day and after other expenses,  wound up the year with a balance of $219.11.  ** -_-r*>^*-r,"-"lr*^* ^    A     ^-v      -^,   \   �����.,   r���u *J^*~"*-  miNTEM-P '  Roberts ' Creek Brownies still  want leaders! Will somebody  please come'forward and help us  and future Brownies?' If',,transportation home is a 'problem get  together with neighbors and form  a car pool. We invite you to our  meetings, future Brownies, mothers and friends, ahyv/Wednes-  day until the end of May from 3  p.m. to 4:30. Phone the present  leaders, Mrs. R. Marsh, 886-7746  PTrs   D. Macklam, 886-9538.  The present situation is that the  problem is" in the. negotiation  stage with developments expected shortly.  The  school board will be  informed that-the fire hydrant to  be     installed    .for - elementary  school3 protection will be put in    ket .to., raise funds  a]t; the^towest^ possible^cost, con-  -  ^^erjb^gf tKe^ fiydranf-wo__r_flso'-^ "  "be  used for village as well as  school "protection.  By resolution council set a  deadline for garden. water use  during July and August. This  time at which garden hoses must  be shut off will be 10 p.m.  9 charmers  visit area  TO HEAR SPEAKER  Members of Gibsons PTA plan  to attend the Sechelt PTA meeting on Thursday, at which Mr.  G. D. Shield, educational psychologist will be, the guest speaker. The school board is considering the possibility of sharing the  services of an educational psychologist with another district.  Jessie Park  Gibsons lost one of its beloved jand long-time pioneers when  .Jessie Park of Gower Point Rd.  passed away on May 6. Born in  1871. in Perth, Scotland, Jessie  and her husband came to, Gibsons  in 1919. They purchased? property near GospeL Rock that isame  year., '������'^ypy/P\y Pp,'*^}-'���'��� '-''  In those days Gower Point Rd.  was only; a trail and since there  was no road access or fresh water utility Jessie's husband had ,  to build their picturesque cottage  ,  from material off the beach. He  also had'.. to carry their fresh wa-"  ter supply from the creek near  the beach.  From their dining room window  Jessie and - husband Bill could  see Gibsons' famous fishing area  Salmon Rock. Now both have^  passed'on but their picturesque  cottage remains a pioneer landmark.  Family service  A special family service was  held in St. John's United Church  May 10 in which many Sunday  Cchccl children took part.  Corsages were presented by  the children to their mothers and  others in recognition of Mother's  Day.  Award pins were presented to  those children who had attended  regularly for periods of one year  cr portions thereof.  Miss Campbell's message was  "Where God is there love dwells"  thus making a house a home.  The congregation was invited to  remain for a cup of tea at the  close of the service.       :  SQUAMISH SCRAMBLE     ���;  Square   dancers   from> North  Vancouver, Gibsons, Hariey, Sur-    _,.���_,_.���._,-������    , . .  rey,  Mission  and -Squamish ga-   '���fl^t;:��W Plane, giving  thered for-aigate^vfeiiti^ of-the Su:  mish high school gymnasium on  Sat.", May 9 for the Squamish  Scramble jamboree as guests of  the Gals and Pals square dance  club. Chief caller was the proprietor of the Dance Craft shop in  Vancouver, Lloyd Wooden, assisted by callers from the above  clubs.  Nine charming young ladies,  / tourist^councillors of the Ferry  Au hority visited the Sunshine  *" ���-! ' J ir'ng 7ast weekend, stop-  �� ;: c��� at CrVv-o-.s, Sechelt and  Pender Harbour on their way to  Powell River.  In Gibsons they were r.iet by  Ken McHeffey, Chamber of Commerce president, Ccuncillors Sam  Fladager and Fred Feeney and'  "others. After exploring the navy's-  sailboat Oriole they moved to  Danny's Dining room where they  had a coffee break before moving on to Sechelt.  In Sechelt they lunched in the  Village Coffee Shop Totem Room  where they.;met Chief Alfred Au^  gust, Magistrate and Mrs. Andrew Johnston, Mrs. George Hopkins, Mrs Harriet Duffy and Mrs".  J. Toynbee.'Later they were taken for a trip up Salmon Arm iri  Bill May's/boat.  In ���Gibsons Mr. McHeffey jgave  members .of the Oriole  crew a  them  Sunshine  Coast. The party which was directed by Ron Fraser and Ed  Norman of the, Ferry terminal  also were shown the new launching ramps area in the bay. '  Members of the Girl Guides:  and Scouts were on hand during  the day to inspect the Oriole as-  she lay'at her berth at the government wharf  at  Gibsons.      '  TO HEAR REPORT  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary ..will  meet on Thursday, May 14, at 8  p.m. in the Anglican Church hall.  The nomination committee will  report in preparation for elections next month,,An interesting  report on the April 24, Regional  meeting in Burnalby will be read:  Variety Night showcase for young talent   ferry news  ARCHERY MEETING  Anyone interested in archery  who would like to join a club is  invited to the meeting at the Gibsons Rod :and Gun Club, Wed.,  May 20 at 8 p.ni. This will be the  second meeting and officers will  be elected. For further information call Jerry at 886-2894 or Bill  at  886-2276.'' ,'.  -   (By Mrs .M. WEST)  Variety Night 1964, the annual  showcase for our talented young  people   was   successfully   staged  by Mrs. Hazel Evans at Elphinstone High School Friday night.  Musicians naturally form the  backbone of a show' of this sort  and-' we have become accustomed to expect'a high standard of  performance from the young pianists and .accordionists. This,  year was no exception, Carol 01-  sen, Noni Veale.Debra Marsh,  Dianne McDonald, Katherine Potter, "��� ���, Wayne Wright anr Brian  Swanspn" all gave polished performances. Gordon Hauka's contrasting vocal.solos were received with enthusiastic applause.  Elphinstone Glee Club under  the direction of Mrs. R. Vernon  gave great pleasure with their  fresh young voices and well controlled singing. It would be nice  if their success attracted more  male voices to the, choir, the  five young men valiantly held  their parts.  Three young men, two guitars  and drums from Pender Harbour stepped into the breach  and filled ii*> for ^absentees and  also from Pender came four girl  Beatles who really worked hard.  Poor Ringo's head must be spinning yet. ' P.   ���    "  Interspersed with these musical numbers were a series of hilarious skits, Sechelt Scouts embroiled in a  problem  of higher  mathematics, and the versatile  Hi-C group gave us a version of  grand opera, a delightful advertisement for Sudsy Wudsy Wishy  Washy soap which unfortunately  was completely stymied by Mr.  Potter's socks. Those of us who  have our feet permanently in our  mouths' (for one reason or another) were lost in admiration for  Mr. Spooner's version of the Pee  Thittle Ligs told as a bedtime  story by Miss J. Robertson, counsellor for the Hi-C group.  The results of the Grade 12  draw were decided by Ken Baba,  president of the Student Council  and Mrs. Charlotte Jackson of  Wilson Creek, The winner of the  food hamper was Mrs. Mavis  Christmas of 'Roberts Creek and  the $50 gift certificate went to  Mr. A. Whiting of Gibsons.  An exciting finish was the demonstration of - gymnastics and  trampoline by the boys of the  tumbling team. They were Bruce  Edmonds, Mike Faukes, Barry  McDonald, i David Peers, Alan  Wilson, Peter Yates and Rocky  Zantolas. It was encouraging to  hear that these boys had been  able to go to UBC to see the Danish Drill team currently touring  North America and had returned filled with enthusiasm to attain perfection.  Proceeds from Variety night  will go toward awards for outstanding students and to provide  a record player for stage and  concert use.  The Sunshine Coast Tourist As^  sociation. has prevailed on Monty  Aldous, manager of the Ferry  Authority to issue a press release  shortly outlining what is expected On the Langdale-Horseshoe  Bay ferry service this summer.  This information was prompted by a phone call from Al Lloyd  representing the Tourist Association to Mr. Aldous as it was intended if no information could be  obtained a delegation would be  sent to speed up action. Mr. Aldous has assured the association  that the Smokwa is fully capable  of carrying on until some time in  July when the Sechelt Queen will,  When replaced on the Nanaimo  run by ,,the new Queen of New  Westminster, take over the  Langdale run. 2       Coast News, -May, 14} 1964.  BriSga  A�����__S���ASSIC  ^S._!L_  ��� *���___ ���^!*___a^������^,.    ?__��*�����    ii ii���__?*v_____r_- "/������"^.L'v^^'_y-_*  ��� ���_**  a*  �� .I-^^_______#    ������_��� _**__�����    ___p___^^*^*��  (-.fiS-r   "        " _ _______________���_/' __P  Coast Mjetus  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher      Phone Gibsons 888-2622  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  P.O. Box 280, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second class mail for  payment of postage in cash. Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member  Audit ..Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Community  Newspapers Representatives, Canadian Weekly, Newspaper Associa-  tion, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year. $1.75 tor six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Our municipal affairs  Gibsons and Sechelt taxpayers should be thankful they have  good municipal councils. Gibsons municipal'council came into being  back in 1929, Sechelt in 1956.  Both councils have something in common, an excellent financial  standing. Naturally the older municipality has had a longer time to  accumulate a good surplus but in the fewer years Sechelt has been  operating it has no reason to feel it is any worse off.  Gibsons has a surplus of about $25,000 and Sechelt about $6,500.  To say this money is available at any moment for use would be  stretching the point considerably. Under present government ideas  of municipal financing, councils have quite a lag between getting  this year's income and spending it. If there is no money in the bank  on January 1, councils would have to resort to bank loans while they  await government grants and taxation income. In other words the  surpluses held by both Sechelt and Gibsons councils are purely  working capital, while bookkeeping shows these figures as surpluses.  An example can be cited from. Gibsons-experience. Itsysurplus-  in the region of $25,000 is not available as such. Taxes "on* fffopefty  are not available until August at the earliest. The .government grant  of $17,000-plus is doled out in nine instalments throughout the year.  In the meantime council receives school board letters asking for a  portion of its $42,000 plus levy. Without surplus cash in the bank it  would have to borrow for day to day needs and to cover school board  needs.  That is why a municipal surplus is not available as such. It is  heing put to work to pay expenses until such time as tax and other  income money is available. If Gibsons council did not have its surplus in the bank by January 1 to help finance the new year's operation it would be borrowing for its first half-year or more operations.  This would add to costs.  Sechelt is in the same position. It has a surplus but like any  other business, it is only a bookkeeping entry. This year budgets of  both municipalities have eaten into their surpluses which means  that unless revenues are greater this year than budget expectations  each surplus will be less than it was last year.    ���  So, ratepayers should be grateful to their municipal officials  for safely steering municipal affairs through the various shoals of  financing set up through government intervention. The School act  is definite that councils must pay the school board on demand for  part of its share of taxation, before it has it. Some municipalities  have to resort to the bank to make such payments. The Sunshine  Coast area is lucky to have two well-ordered municipal councils.  Auditor-general please note!  The auditor-general in Ottawa makes pungent remarks about  unnecessary expenditures. If he were to sit in the Coast News office and tackle some of the mail received there he would1 have every  right to speak his mind.  The editor of the Coast News is not the auditor-general and he  does not sit in Ottawa. He does receive mail in Gibsons from a government organization and when he has to open six envelopes to obtain from them material which could easily bei conveyed to him in  either one or two envelopes he is inclined to become talkative.   '  One envelope will contain one page. Another will "have two and a  third maybe three. Then back to a one page envelope and around  the cycle again. The reader may wonder about the importance of  these letters. Well"��� they do contain information, some of it too  late for any weeklyjoewspapet to use. Six were mailed on May 6  and six more on May 7.  For 12 or more pages of information from this government operas  tion there are six envelopes each bearing a three cent meter stamp.  There is a matter of the cost of the labor to fold and stuff the material in the envelopes, the cost of the envelopes, postage, the time  it takes postal employees to sort out six envelopes instead of one  and the general wear and tear on" the editor in having to open six  envelopes and unfold the contents.  Having unfolded them he finds there is little of the information  he could use. so he throws away the entire contents usually of the  six envelopes. As far as he is concerned the information contained  in these six envelopes could be boiled down to not more than two  pages.  The organization from which this mailcame has been praised  by the Coast News more than once. It will continue to praise it when  it does a good job but it will not receive any praise ��� for needless  waste. So the public will not be blaming the wrong organization, the  culprit in question is the CBC.  pioneers  i ! "'    .  The  spring   winds   blow   cold     Passage, and- two hours plus  By'Ai'J.'C.  , and persistently this ^year, but  they sing a siren song to those  whose memories reach -~>. far  enough back, for in the/long-  past time when no other "means  were available it was wind" and  sail that solved the transport  problem of the thinly4 scattered  settlers along the coast.  It. was in those, days that Mr.  Gibson set" out for town in a  sailing skiff of good capacity accompanied by his son-in-law  Chuck Winegarden ��� who told  me of it since it was before my  time ��� also two others whose  names I forget.  There was a strong wester  blowing, as they   cleared   Shoal  P  I-p_rc_  :. y thf  Rp-. co'ih  Stofi o  _WCY-LOP,'DIA    CAHfiDlflM/"  How did express companies  star.? , -,-  The .object of organizing an express service was to provide a  safer and quicker delivery of  goods than < could be given by  ordinary freight transportation.  This began in a simple way of  sending parcels on stagecoaches,  or ' in the care of captains, of  ^steamers or by passengers on  railways. Railways then undertook* the service until it grew  to .such proportions that corporations were formed to handle it.  The Canadian Express Company  was ' incorporated in 1865 and  thus    was    the pioneer express  20  minutes later "they were refreshing themselves in the old Sunny-  side Hotel,, a port of call that  few Vancouver people of today  have heard of.  That time-also included a stop  of long enough to down-sail and  make repairs to the gaff. In taking full advantage of' the favoring wind they "blew the gaff  out of her." George Gibson could  not only . build a ' fast boat, he  could get the best out of /her  and when the wind' served he  carried, sail like the viking he  was. He "was'known to the native people near, and far' and no  one , mourned-his passing-more  truly than they ��� "no more til-  licum'f they said te one another.  Chuck told of seeing 400 Salish  people of different local clans  camped around the Bay during a  plentiful rim.of coho.  Another good .one was'' owned  by ___���. Stembru-iner and named  for his wife. There are still those  who remember that It was a"*'  privilege to borrow the Fanny  from Uncle Dan for a run to  town. And ��� Mr. Ed. Ly, Dan's  long-time friend and close neighbor in the Roberts Creek area  before Dan moved down this way  was another early settler who  was equally ' handy afloat or .  ashore. It was Ed who made the  first clearing on the farm that  was' occupied later on by Mrs.  Hanbury and her family and is  now owned by Mr. J. Gibbs. \-  Ed fished the Fraser in season >  and cleared land and hunted at  other times/ He told me that he  remembered when the clerks in  the Vancouver P.O. would hand  him his mail on sight. That was  not recently! Ed scored first in  more than one way, he was first  to plant on a commercial scale  and was well along as a market  gardener    when     the     Reeves  company in Canada. In 1891 the  Grand Trunk Railway purchased   j brothers   came   in   with   myself.  its capital stock, and after 1921     not *ar behind. And I have a^  it, became _  part  of  Canadian  National Express.  When did Sir-Wilfred  GrenfeU die?  Sir Wilfred Grenfell, the medical'missionary whose name is so  closely associated with Labrador,  died in Vermont in 1940 at the  age of 75. In 1889, after securing his medical degree at Oxford, he joined the Mission to  Deep Sea Fishermen, fitted out  a hospital ship and in it cruised  from the Bay of Biscay to Iceland. He was transferred to  Labrador in 1892 and devoted' the  rest ojf his life-to the welfare of  its inhabitants. He founded six  hospitals, seven nursing stations,  orphanage-boarding schools, cooperative stores, industrial centres and agricultural stations. He  cruised annually along the northern Newfoundland and Labrador  coasts in his hospital ship.. In  1935 he retired from active work  in Labrador but continued ' his  labors to raise funds for the  Grenfell Endowment.  ways thought that he. was first-  to take a crate of eggs from this  district to town ��� certainly the  first from the Roberts Creek  area. But he couldn't sell them.  On hearing where he came from  the dealers said the hens had  been let to run on the shore  where they would eat rotten fish  and the like, so they wouldn't  buy them;  Ed did much better when the  loggers came in to harvest the  old-growth   timber;    the   camps  were  _n  eager  market  for alL-  the fresh produce he could sup-  LEGAL  *  300 pounds  per person  A few minutes spent calculating the annual paper production  of the various nations shows just  how well off are the people of  the North American continent.  On a per capita basis we consume well over 300- pounds of  paper per annum ��� this is made  up largely of wrapping and printing paper.  England produces about 88  pounds of paper, per person,  while Russia uses only 10 pounds  of paper per person a year.  Farther down the scale is China  with an annual per capita con'-\'  sumption of three pounds.  One of the smallest users of  paper is said to be India. That  country's entire press annually  uses only about the same quantity ;; of paper as is required to  print any one of the big weekly,',  United States magazines for] the  same period. sv  NOTICE   OF   INTENTION   TO   APPLY  TO  LEASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of Vancouver, B.C. and situate In Porpoise  Bay near Sechelt, B.C. Fronting on a  portion   of  D.L.   1438,   Gp.   1,   NWD  Take   notice   that   August   Crucil,   of  Sechelt,    B.C.,    occupation    Logger    in-"  tends   to  apply  for  a  lease  of  the following:   described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted N.W.  Corner of Lot 7 of D.L. 1438, Gp. 1.  N.W.D., Plan 7472 thence Westerly 250  feet thence Southerly 600 feet; thence  Westerly 250 feet; thence Northerly  plus or ��� minus 660 feet; thence East  plus or minus 580 feet to the N.W. corner Lot 1, D.L. 1438, Plan 7472; thence  Southerly., plus or minus 270 feet and  containing 5.5 .acres, more or less, for  the  purpose   of Booming  grounds.  C WAGENAAR, BCLS, Agent  Dated May 4th,  1964.  NOTICE   OF   INTENTION   TO  (APPLY  TO   PURCHASE   LAND  In  Land   Recording   District ��� of   Vancouver   and   situate   in-"' the   vicinity   of  Lot   5860" and   6860   south   of   Madeira:  Park. ��� * .  TAKE NOTICE that Arthur Palmer  Anderson of Grand; Prairie, occupation  cook intends to apply for permission  to purchase, the following described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted at the   <  S.W. dorner of Lot 6860, Group 1, New  Westminster   District,  'thence   10  chains  East;   thence - 10   chains   south;   thence  west   to   highway;   thence   north' along ,  highway    to    point    of    commencement, i  and  containing acres,   more ' or. less.  The   purpose   for   Which   the'-'land   is   .  reauired is homesite. '  ARTHUR ' PALMER    ANDERSON  Dated  April  28,   1964.     .    '  ply "and, a welcome change it  must have made from "sowbelly  and.- beans."  There 'was also a  their porter and made' their  house their path." The old days  were good days, the days of the  great1 freedom of pioneer life  that the old ones of today remember with ^nostalgia whether  they, broke the' virgin sod of the  plains, or went farther west to-  bonny little  sloop  that  was   at'   ward;the foothills of Alberta or  home at Secret Cove and is still  remembered. I sailed her down  this .way once with a load of  passengers.  A good boat gave one the key  of the coast and those early  ones knew the look of the district from offshore just Jas they  knew-it in depth and height inland, by roving far and wide!  As to the winds, when they were  afloat  "Theyj made their might  all the1 way to the coast. I saw  many coasts of the world, and  I settled here.  886-219-2 - MU 3-1393  J. I ID'S  - Moving ,& Storage Co;    .  LONG   DISTANCE   MOVING  ' Folly "Franchise. '  993 PoweU St./ Vancouver  N. Richard McKibin  PHONE .J8&2062,_.. _ \ ,. /. GIBSONS^. JB.C.  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When you need anyv medicine,. the  odds are we have it in stock.  Your doctor can phone us when you need a  medicine. We will constantly endeavor to keep  abreast of the expanding activities.in the;field  of pharmacy ��� in this era of great change. We  pledge at all times to be in the position to offer the finest, of pharmaceutical services;     -  KRUSE DRUG STQRES Ltd.  > '    '   i  Rae W. Kruse ���>  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2023 885-2134:.;  Pharmaceutical Chemists and Druggists \  Gems of Thought  1 ENJOYMENT  He who enjoys doing and enjoys what he has done is happy.  ������Goethe"  The fullest possible enjoyment  is to be found by reducing our  ego  to zero.���G.  K.  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Th  e.  echelt Nation  ARTICLE 18  (By LES PETERSON)  (Copyright)  Sechelt stories based on this  all-embracing duality " differ  quite markedly in( two respects  from those of most other peoples.  First, they are inclined to be  rather brief, in contrast to  the rambling, and often weird  episodes of, for .example, the  West Coast Nootkas. Traditional  Sechelt myths and legends frequently seem, ' in r fact, rather  abrupt and lacking' of conclusion,  the listener being left to evolve .  the logical ending. More distinctive even than the length of these  myths and legends is their'tone.  .Whereas the mythology of most  of <the 'globe tends to be, heavy,'  moralistic,and tragic that of the  Sechelts^ is, in general,' comparatively - light ��� and without moral(.  -judgment.   ' >t  '   ,-    ,  ^The  Biblical legend^ in which  Lot's wife was turned into a pillar of salt for,haying disobeyed  >her God's will,Jor ex_tmplerw_55>  told to serve' as a, dire^ warhingC  against  such  disobedience.   The  Sechelt   story   of   WHAIL-TAY-  MOHTZ'-AIN is almost identical,  but  is   told' in  a  ligfhVhearted  -vein,  as if- the * thought of the '  man's    having    been turned to  1 stone strikes the teller ..as slight-,  ly    amusing.    The fact that'no  '  mortal being could . ever' really '  have leapt'back and forth across  the bay indicated 'tends ' to bear  .out  the belief  that this legend  simply grew out of the position  ..and, configuration I of   boulders,  .at the spot, with no moral ad-  ) monition intended.  *    One     of    the stories popular  with the ancient Greeks, an essentially  land-orientated  people, <���  was that of Hero and Leander.  In keeping with almost all Greek  stories, this one ends, after his  having conquered the Hellaspont  over and  over  again, with the  brave Leander-'s drowning in its  icy current, and with the faithful Hero's flinging herself to the  rocks below her window, where  the body of her lover had washed ashore. Most romantic ��� and  yet its romance is overwhelmed  by its tragic ending. In contrast,  the    story   of: _ SHOO'-LEE-AH,  quite similar to the Greek story, ,  considering    the    aboriginal Sechelt's   water,..orientated   existence, presumes not a tragic but  a happy ending.  Apart   from,-,souls which oc- -  casionally strayed or were stolen,  the   Sechelts   did  not   generally  think of spirits as detached beings. They did not, even hayeiva_.  term 4o convey the idea ^o'f spirit -~  as  such.  The  Chinook language  did have a word that might not  be too out of place if employed  Printed Pattern  s here. The Chinooks; and the  Nootkas and other peoples, who  shared a world of unbodied  forces, made much of the word  TAH-MAN'-AH-WAHSS, frequently shortened to TAH, to describe  this concept of spirit.  Applying this name, then, it  can be .said that a .medicine man  with an evil TAH-MAN'-AH  WAHJSS, was a bad medicine  man,V known to the Sechelts as  * a MY'-SEE-AY-KLUH. and that'  a medicine man with a good  ^TAH-MAN'-AH-WAHSS was a  good medicine man; an EYE'-  SEE-AY-KLUH, the contrast between , the two ideas lying entirely in,the prefix to the root  term.      '"        *    '  The MY'-SEE-AY:KLUH played a significant part in aboriginal  , Sechelt  life,^ posing  a "constant  threat to the' souls of individuals  about them.   While   no   specific  j name has survived to the present  -' day",' relics    attributed to their  grim   sorcery  have  been'found  , in this area. These artifacts con-  ' sist of stones,,, generally granite,  but occasionally sandstone, vary-  r'W   W   '  p9448  U   SIZES.  Jnf 1u**-����h ~fH&*ff*��  Spring's most SUIT-ABLE  blouse is gently curve-collared,  yours to sew with short or ���%  cuffed sleeves. Smart as over-  blouse or tucked in.  Printed Pattern, 9448: -Misses'  Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14^ 16, 18. Size  16 requires 2 yards J45-inch fabric  FIFTY CENTS, (50c), in,,coins ,  (no stamps please? for this pattern. Print plainly SIZE; NAME;  ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER  Send order tocMARIAN"MARTIN, care of the Coast" News,  Pattern Dept., 60.FrontSt. West,  Toronto, Ont.     "/���:,)   '  YOUR. EREE' PATTERN : IS  READY ��� choose it ���from "25(f  design ideas in new ? SPRING-  SUMMER Pattern Catalog, just  out! Dresses, sportswear,, coats,  more!  Send 50c now.  ing in t,rze from little more than  an r:ch up to several inches  thick. Each has a hole, obviously  drilled by man, through its center.  The MY'-SEE-AY-KLUH, so  guarded bits of information that  can , now be learned indicate,  kept these special tools of his  art strung at intervals along  braided cedar-bark ropes tied  from post *to post in his lodge.  Commanding the spirts inherent  in each of these stones, he could  make them move back and forth  along the cord at will. If he'wished not merely to steal a soul,  but to' destroy it, he would cause  the soul to be intruded between  two f of these suspended stones,  and: then, by command alone,  bring them together, crushing  life from the captured spirit'.'The  victim,' permanently' deprived of  his soul; his SKWUH,EYE'-EE;  his \ vital spark, languished and  soon died.  The MY'-SEE-AY-KLUH would  have    at    his     command    the  ,SKOHK'-EEN/the evil" spirits, to  aid^him-in his wickedness., The  -  bad    medicine    man    his    evil  4 spirits seem to have triumphed  ^little among the  Sechelts,, hbw-  f ever,   for no  particular   stories  about them have survived.  1 The last great EYE'-SEE-AY-  KLUH among the Sechelt nation, apparently, was KWILL-  SOH'-PAH, maternal greatgrandfather to Basil Joe, and of  course' related to most of the  existing people Basil retains  definite reminiscences of this  storied figure, from both his  and his aunt, TLIE-AH-HUM'-  grandfather, YIE-OH-MEET'-UM  AT, famous up into the 1930's  both as basket-weaver and herb-  healer. KWILL-SOH'-PAH used  his own potent TAH-MAN'-AH-  WAHSS to combat that of whatever MY'-SEE-AY-KLUH threatened his people during his time.  One of his , tasks consisted - of  recovering pilfered (souls before  the'evil medicine-man could destroy them. In his lodge at  SAUGH-WAHVMAIN,. so Basil  was told as a boy, KWILL-SOH'-  PAH kept , cheats' filled with  skinned �� animals .,and birds. ;By  b|eathing uoon one of these pelts  wiui his spirit power, he could  restore it" -to living form." A  tielftm could be made to flap its  wings, and to drive into a pool  made to appear on the floor,  sending drops of water flying.  For a bit of fun, a mink pelt,  breathed into the living  SKWEET-OOL', was sent scampering to frighten young child-  dren playing in the lodge.  In like humor, while the TSOH'-  NYE people were 'back at their  own village for the summer.  KW1LL - SHO' - PAH caused a  fisherman and his canoe to be  lifted from the bay, high into  the air,  so that his lines  hung  _ Coast News, May 14, 1964.       3  useless,    then    to    be    lowered  again   to  the  water  to  resume  1 his fishing. Perhaps we can now  attempt to explain this type of  phenomenon by the same means  . we _ explain how Moses transformed his staff into a snake. In  their own day, among the peoples who experienced them, they  \needed no explanation, but were  as real as any other sensory experiences.  (To be continued)  Notice to Painting Contractors  Sealed Tenders, for the painting of the interior of Pender Harbour Secondary School will be received on or before 5 p.m. on  Friday, May 22nd, 1964.  Specifications are available at the School Board Office, Gibsons, B.C.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily   be  accepted.  - Board of^ School Trustees,  '    Sechelt School District No. 46.  ,   Box 220, Gibsons, B.C. '  *. <  /*    ��'  at your Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Dealer's Now!  8 GREAT NAMES TO CHOOSE FROM  I  >>','��  r  O A complete mm of colors, o0ons 2nd accessories!  Yes sir. Trade *n* Travel Time Is 110m ^ + *ptin&&m$, open ro��d  tim&,go-out-and-havo-YoursB4f-a'ball time. 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'   '< Pender Harbor holds 6th annua! track,  , V ^zP?  - -'.:.';*?.*, �� ?..������'���,; ], r   4       Coast- News? -May 14, 1964.'  .    -'iPU-'l ilf."   ��� '"���?���'  ��'"   j     ��� ____r '    '..>'',���'  .<���"'*   <"  /_<~-*i_��l      "��    ��   , ���  Under fair skies and cooling r  breezes, Pender Harbour High  .School ran off their sixth annual  track and field events." Friday,  May 8 was chosen in order to  space coining events in the best  way not to interfere with June"  examinations.  Mrs. F. Fleming, principal, re-"  ports a good number of parents  attended to watch their athletes  compete.   The    entire   program  went off without a hitch or a ser-  / GIBSONS   ���  s  CHIROPRACTIC  CENTRE   ���  167S  Marine..Ppjye    ".  .   Ph; 886-9843  ious injury, 'thanks to the excellent organization of,Mr, A. Tjorhom, the physical education  teacher. Many records of last  year were broken. These will be  published when -carefully checked by Mr. Tjorhom. 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Broad Jump: Bud Klein, Rene  Cook, David Malcolm.  440 yds.: Roy Warnock, Darby  Reid, Rene Cook.  Softball Throw: Roger Duncan,  Roy  Williamson,, Darby  Reid.  ' 880 yds.: Roy Williamson, Roy  Warnock, Darby Reid.- "  INTERMEDIATE GIRLS  80 yds.: Jane Dickson, Carolyn  Gough, Elaine Klein. .  Broad. Jump: fjElaine  .Klein,  Jane Dickson/ JaneT Lloyd.  , 100   yds.:    Rosi��a "Sundquist,  Elaine Klein, Carolyn Gough.  Softball   Throw:   Carol   Fenn,  Rosina Sundquist, Pat' Sladey.  220- yds.: Elaine Klein,, Rosina  Sundquist,- Jane Dixon.  '-  High   Jump:   Esther   Phillips,  Carolyn Gough, Carol Fenn.  Shot Put: Elaine Klein,-Rosina  Sundquist, Carold Fenn.  Discus: Rosina Sundquist, Jane  Lloyd, Linda Warnock.  INTERMEDIATE BOYS  Broad   Jump:   Syd' Lee,   Joe  Brown, Mike Reid.  High   Jump:    Syd   Lee;   Joe  Brown, Robert Nicholson & Al-.  Ian Wallace. ��� ~       >        -  100 yds.: Syd Lee, Joe Brown,  Mike Reid.  Shot Put:  S*eve Dediluke, Victor Dubois, Robert Nicholson.  220 yds.:  Syd Lee, Mike Reid,  Victor Dubois.  Pole Vault:   Lenny Lee, Mike  Reid, Mike Foley.  440 yds.: Mike.Reid, Victor Dubois, Boyd Bennett.  Discus: Steve Dediluke, Robert  Nicholson, Ken Moffatt.  880.   yds.:    Ken Moffatt,  Victor  Dubois, Boyd Bennett.  SENIOR GIRLS  60 yds.: Shirley Gooldrup, Sandra Sundquist, ���Georgina Ibey.  Shot   Put:   Sandra   Sundquist,  Linda Hately, June Cameron.  100   yds.:    Shirley   Gooldrup,  Sandra Sundqust, Georgine Ibey.  High Jump:   Shirley Gooldrup,  Esther   Phillips,    Sandra   Sundquist. '  Softball Throw:  Shirley Gooldrup, Carol Fenn, Llona Duncan.  Broad Jump: Shirley Gooldrup,  Sandra Sunquist,  Georgine vIbev.  Discus:    Ruth " Silvey,    Linda  Hately,  June  Cameron. '  Pender Hbr. News  Lovely weather Saturday, May  2 brought a large crowd to the  annual Community Club bazaar,  opened'by club President A. Walker who expressed the Communi-  ������- ty Club's need for help and  thanked everyone for their support. ;���;.;...���:  Goods sold quickly and the  homecooking table was depleted  : in short order.  The display of the girls' sewing class was very good. A lot of  credit goes to the ladies who give  their time ; to teach the sewing.  An afghan, knitted by the girls  was raffled, won by Mrs. Elinor  '���Reid; ���-. ���������.-'������'���" P':'^  The floor raffle of "a $10 gift  certificate was won by Mrs. Cecil Reid Sr., second prize of cosmetics case by Katliy MacKay.  r    A delightful afternoon tea was  served, the' kitchen workers be-,  ing: kept very busy. A door prize  'of a lovely set of glasses was  won by Mrs. J. Cummings.  . Other- "raffle winners were the  bedspread, Mrs. MacDonell of  Madeira Park; grocery hamper,  Mrs.: Joyce Leer of.. Irvines Landing, breakfafct; set; Mrs. Ruth  Remmen of Garden Bay.  Live puppies were also raffled  and the happy winner's were Patsy Love and Kelly Thomlinson.  The results of the bazaar, were  gratifying   and   the   Community  Club thanks each and every one  ��� who sewed, donated, worked and  ; helped in any way to make the  bazaar a success.  Total Bazaar receipts  Previous earnings  Less Expenses  $344.56  47.60  392.16  68.85  323.31  8.61  314.70  ::  Bal. in sewing fund  Net Profit from bazaar  TJhe quarterly general meeting ,  'of the Pender Harbour Gonimuii-  V ity Club, called for Sunday, May:  3 was postponed due to the fact  a "quorum was not present. There -���"  aire 208 members in the Community'Clttb -and* 12 people attended.  ���.Another ..successful teen dance  :;jwas held on Friday,. May 8 which...  /was well attended. The evening    '  was climaxed by the arrival of  the Beatles, returning from their "���  appearance at Gibsons, who con-   ;  sented to do a few numbers for  the teenagers.  SENIOR BOYS  Broad Jump: Sandy Hately,  Dick Gooldrup, & Keith Griffl.h,  Graeme West.  100 yds.: Joe Hately, Fra k  Anderson, Dick Gooldrup.  Shot Put: Frank Anderson,  Sandy Hately, Steve Dediluke.  220 yds.: .Joe' Hately, Dick  Gooldrup,. Frank Anderson.  Pole Vault: Maurice Siebert,  Sandy Hately, Raimo'Savolainen.  440 yds.: Joe Hately, Dick  Gooldrup, Graeme West.  Broad Jump: Syd Lee, Frank  Anderson, Dick Gooldrup. ,  Discus:- Frank Anderson, Joe  Hately, Garry Thompson.  Monday, May 18  Lv. SECHELT 3:30 p.m.  Lv. ROBERTS CREEK   3:50 p.m.  Lv. GIBSONS 4:10 p.m.  Lv. LANGDALE 4:30 p.m.  Ar. VANCOUVER     ��� 5:45 p.m.  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT LTD.  SECHELT THEATRE  FRIDAY, SATURDAY MONDAY  MAY 15,  16 & 18  DOUBLE FEATURE  Disney Live Action  Fred MacMurray, 'Nancy Olson  THE ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR  - Disney Featurette  SAGA OF WINDWAGON SMITH  Technicolor  Starts at 8 p.m.,' Out at 10 p.m.  SUNDAY,  MAY 17  Midnight Show  Boris   Karloff,   Sandra  Knight  THE TERROR  Technicolor  Doors   Open   at Midnight   ���  E'^'wF.'i*.-'  Special Notice  B.C. FERRIES  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  "Victoria Day" Weekend May 15th ��� 18th  S.S.   "SMOKWA"  WILL MAKE  SPECIAL  SAILINGS'  DURING THE PEAK TRAFFIC PERIODS ,  M.V. ic'*Langdale Queen" will operate Regular Schedule,  except tha^ the usual extra Sunday sailing (May 17,th) will  be on Monday (May 18th) only. , '  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRY AUTHORITY  816 Wharf Street, Victoria; B.C.  Phone: Horseshoe Bay 921-7411  Phone: Langdale- .      886-2372  _>^^^^^^^_  m  _ how's yoiJLHPCr?  ���HousePower Quotient! An opportunity for you fo check up onyour home's aftc-  trical bill of health- and maybe plug in on better living. Got a aharp pencil? Go! J  breakers or b\ovJ -ft/ises   .  ���fr-eque M]y, checkthi's box.  ���Got? Qn *gdrQpu���>"\ loose in  fhe house? &etrer  cfteck \tm fin's i_?ox.V  'Eveir c\o-around,under  {or ttiroucjfo) fum'&iAre,  to plug in a lamp?clnecl<.  ' Frustrated because your  present wTn ncf, \tJov\xY    '  Handle a dryer or other  major appliance ? check.  B\/er been in the ciQrkj  "after one appliance  ���boo .many ?  Check ib!,  Toast too pale? Shav/er  too slow?- Sulbfooclinn?,  if sojits worth checking^  ���  "��� /  -_!'">*.    iii'  "���', >���j?  i v��S__af**' ���';'<~ iy  _������_____���_������_______  s*, <���&��  If- you hax/erit checked  any of the above (honestly, now.l) check this ..  box. And srnWe.You're  the one homeowner  v  "m five with adequate housepowerl '\  Any of these symptoms sound familiar? It's time you had a complete, free  HousePower survey. Remedy? Rewiring to HousePower standards. Husky 100  amp service entrance. Planned branch circuits;. Lots of outlets and switches.  Safe, efficient capacity for all your present appliances. Your future ones, too.  For a fr��e HousePower survey see your electrical contractor. If^rk Is needed  you'll bei given an estimate. Your contractor will tell you about the HousePower  Wiring Finance 'Plan,"'too':; Lets you;budget the -work on eas^ Monthly pay-  jnents on your electric bill. See your electrical contractor or cailB.C; Hydro  uH Residential Advisory Service today.       ���'.....-_. ;       ; v  ���������.'������ s.KVb  B.C. HYDRO  PLUG IN ON BETTER LIVING WITH  HQWH-POVMR ,t If'^.your,.   organization   is  planning a tea, bazaar) smor- -  ���V -'gasbbrd^v concert i'v'or, *.any>.t, ���  other event, phone the Coast .  News to check if your select-.' ���  1   ��� edvdate is free., There are so *;  " many'organizations u,in ' the'  area that dates overlap. May  we have'your co-operation?  Phone .886-2622  COMING  EVENTS    ''  May 18, O.A.P.O. meeting changed to Mon., May 25.   j  , June 5, Gibsons United Church J  Choir, concert, 8 vp.m., Christian- -  Education Centre.    ,     . .     v >, ,  Notice to other organizations ���;.  Dates set- for Mount Elphinstone _  Chapter No. 65' O.E.S. are Summer Tea,, July 4,  FaU Bazaar, ^  Nov. 21.     'i"'-     . "       /    . '  " July 29. "Watch for Women's In- "  stitute, Summer Bazaar.,    i  SIINSHINE^OAST REAL ESIATf  PROPERTY FOR SALE (Confd)  ANNOUNCEMENTS (Cont'd)  Coast News, May 14, 1964.  BIRTHS'  .,i,  ��. _. *,.  ���- ,~"    SOAMES POINT,  - Waterfront ���' 4/5^acre, 150 ft.  "sandy.beach, -inddern 3 bedroom  home plus 3'bedroom guest'cottage. Full price $28,500 terms.  <     . ' ' GRANTHAMS"        '  .  View lot ��� Fully serviced lot  with beautiful uninterrupted  southerly .view., Ideal ,building  site. Full' price only $950?  Waterfront ��� 2 bedroom home  with fireplace, pluss  S.C.   suite,  landscaped    garden,, * boathouse, N  sheltered "moorage.   Full   price  $9,500. Terms  GIBSONS  - Waterfront/ ���"" Fully serviced  waterfront' lots   with, junbelieVe1,"'  able view. Excellent fishing. Full  price. $3,900.     ,' >',",�� \  '/i  V     ROBERTS CREEK       -     ���  , Waterfront"��� -2 bedroom bsmt.'f:?  home plus gtiest oalbin on secluded 1% .acres ,with 120 ft. beach  Roberts Creek waterfront ��� 2  bedroom cottage plus 3'furnished' cabins. Clean sandy beach.  Year round stream. App". 2 acres.  Lovely treed property. Only  $12,000 f.p. Terms.  ,West   Sechcelt   Revenue   ���. 2  bedrm.'/cottage plus two cabins  132' highway frontage. Lovely  view. Property 1.01 acres. $10,800  f.p. $2,000 dh,',bal @ $60 per mo.  6%. s-      ��� -  -Selma Park View lots ��� Two  66 x 640 view lots. Both for $2200  full price.  -' ������ -''.  100 x 250 lot on village water  supply, nice building site on S.C.  Highway. $2200 terms.*.-" %   <  - Davis Bay ��� 3? bedrm home.  1 blk'to beach'and store. Immediate ',possession.  $12,200  terms.  CRUICE _���" To Kom;and Marie  ~A        Cna.ce  on May  7,  1964,  at St.  Mary's Hospital,'Garden Bay, a ^_��*f^..n"^".������*  son, Barrie tW��yi_r 7,'lbs.,, 8 oz., frontage vFuIl price $10,750  a bro_nerrfor-Vicki>:    '�� ���  Waterfront Lot ��� Large,  se-  -? JORGENSEN - To Frank and, <*%& treed lot level from road  .-___/!  /-_7 ;T _j._._,\  __ '_���_���_��� it to fine beach. Ideal for summer  Lynne (nee Lester) on May 6,  1964, at St. Mary's Hospital, a  daughter, 7 lbs., 3 oz.,'A'sister  for Sandra.    ,  LUCKEN ��� To Mr: and Mrs. David A. Lucken (nee Marjorie  Brackley) at Kitiroat, B.C. on  May 2nd, a son, Marie James,  7 lbs., 7 oz. A brother for Alan.  CARD OF THANKS .  I wish- to express jny sincere  thanks to all my friends and  neighbors, Sisters of Arbutus Rebekah Lodge, girls of Gibsons  Hospital- Auxiliary, "and St. Bartholomew's Evening Circle * "for  the many cards and messages  sent to me during my recent illness.. Sincerely,     Elsie Herrin.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Carlson wish to  thank their many friends \and  neighbors for their thoughtful-  ness, kindness and .cards during  his stay in hospital from his recent accident.      Elsie and Rick.  DEATHS \~  McARTHUR ��� Passed away, May  6 in Shaughnessy Hospital, Mickey McArthur of Gibsons, B.C.  Survived by 1 daughter, Mrs.  Marg .Hauka, Gibsons; 1 son,  Art, Ontario; 1 brother,. Herman  Kelowna, 2 sisters, Mrs. Florence  Fenter, California, Mrs. Hazel  Critcheil, Davis Bay, B.C. 7  grandchildren. Funeral service  was held Monday,"May ll;'aU3  p.m. from the Gibsons United  Church, Rev. M. Cameron and  Rev. D. Donaldson officiating.  Cremation. HARVEY FUNERAL  HOME,  Gibsons,  B.C.  directors.  PARK ��� Passed away May 6,  1964, Jessie Park of Gibsons,  B.C. in her 94th year. Survived  by 2 sisters, Mrs A. Goodlad,  West Vancouver, Mrs. D. G. R.  Smith, Gibsons, B.C. Private funeral service was held Sat., May  ' 9, Rev. Denis F. Harris officiating. Interment Seaview Cemetery  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME,  Gibsons, B.C., directors.   ,  FLORISTS       ; ~~  Wreaths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists. Phone 886-9345.. Hopkins  Landing.   Flowers for all  occasions.  Eldred's  Flower   Shop,   Sechelt.  Phone 885-4455      *  HELP WANTED  Full time taxi driver for Sechelt  Taxi Man_over 45 preferred. Ph.  Jack Jonas, 885-2125.  Taxi  driver,  full   time   employment with-Gibsons'"Radio Cabs..  Knowledge of Gibsons area useful but-not necessary .For further  particu__uis, phone  886-2211.  WORK WANTED.  Building contracting, form work,  framing, house repairs. George  C_rtwright, Ph. 886-2534..  Pawiter & Decorator ~T \  Phone David Nystrom,  886-7759,-  for ^your   interior   and   exterior  painting.  ROT'S LAND SERVICE  ROTO-TTLLING, 4 sizes of machines to match your job.  Plowing and Breaking  Rocky Ground Breaking  Grading and Levelling  r   Cultivating  and  Hilling  and retirement home..Full price  $5,500 easy terms. - ' ���  DAVIS BAY  View Lots '��� Fully serviced  view lots close to safe beach.  Full price;, from .$1175. ���, Terms.  ' BUCCANEElR BAY  ���lie, . '  Waterfront Lot ��� 1 only, ideal  summer hpjge���site 80 x 258 ft.  Fabulous jeandy"  beach.   Water  piped to lot. Full price $3,500.  . HALFMOON BAY  Waterfront ��� 2 acres with superb view and 350 ft. waterfront-  'age. Easy access from highway,  springs on property. Full price  $4,750.  PENDER HARBOUR  Waterfront Lots ��� Close to Madeira Park: Lots average }_ acre  and 150 ft. waterfrontage with  year round* protected moorage.  Priced'from $2,850 easy terms.  Call .Frank Lewis at Gibsons  office, 886-9900 (24 hrs.) or Morton Mackay, Res.:.886-7783.  FINLAY REALTY LTD. ���  GIBSONS     and    BURQUITLAM  i  Country general store on waterfront property, nice 3 bdrm living quarters. Going concern. Particulars from this office.  '-���'bdrm "house on'nice view lot '  at West Sechelt on highway. $7500  terms.  DAVIS BAY  Panabode home on nice, waterfront lot. Very attractive price.  2.5 acres wooded lot, block  from highway, Davis Bay, $1500  Waterfront lot on highway at  Davis Bay, $2200 cash.  10 acres wooded land, West  Porpoise Bay,   $1500.  5 rooms on 150' x 380' waterfront lot, Porpoise Bay, good motel site.  i  ROBERTS CREEK  2 bedrm, house on nice waterfront lot, $1200 terms. Other view  lots, nice size and low price $750.  Oall or phone  AGGETT AGENCIES LTD.  Box 63, Sechelt, B.C.  - -x ��� :    Phone  885-2065  Eves. 885-9303, E. Surtees, Man.  1,885-2066, C. King.  West Sechelt Waterfront ��� 80'  "close-  to   Wakefield   Inn.^ $4400  terms.  101' waterfront, Gunboat Bay.  Only $2750 f.p., terms.  Oall J. Anderson, 885-9565 or  H.  Gregory, 885-9392.  y *  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2161  ���* Box 155��� Sechelt, B.C.  GIBSONS AREA  For the spare time farmer ���  20 acres, comfortable modern, 2  bedrm home, small barn, chicken house, etc. 6 acres in pasture,  good soil, Pen orchard s and garden. All fenced. Reasonably priced for quick sale, $3,500 down,  balance easy terms.  For the large family, 4 bedrm.  Attractive solidly built country  home, close to beach and schools.  On paved road. Southern slope 2  .acres, with J4 acre cleared and  landscaped. Full price $10,500,  $3,500 down. -  CHARLES ENGLISH Ltd.  Real Estate���Insurance  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS,   B.C. PH. 886-2481  DIAL. 886-2191  300' frontage* on North Road,  Two bedroom cottage, cabin,  workshop, fruit trees and garden  Near - schools and shopping centre. Down payment   $1,500  IE..YOU DESIRE TO BUILD'-  We have lots from $575  and desirable acreage       j  DIAL 886-2191  2V_ acres and nice cottage. Lots  of fruit trees, -.garden, good water. Reasonable terms. Full price  $8,500.  DIAL 886-2191  WE HAVE CLIENTS  WE NEED LISTINGS  "A Sign of Service"  H. B. GORDON & KENNETT Ltd.  Real Estate & Insurance  Gibsons Sechelt  886-2191 885-2013  (R. F.  Kennett���Notary Public)  PROPERTY WANTED  \      MADEIRA PARK  Semi view lots for sale  ' Liberal Terms>"  E. S. JOHNSTONE, 883-2386  Alcoholics -Anonymous.  9388. Box 221, Sechelt.  *4_^reL\l_.J  P.h'/S-D-  !____  m  DID.  TV.   HI-FI  ROOM  AND   BOARD  Phone Ervin Benner,     BUILDING MATERIALS  Acreage wanted. Cash.  Coast News, Gibsons.  Box 716,  j Rerital,   Granthams,  store," $45.  close   to  5 acres, all year stream, Mod-  ' ern home must be seen to be appreciated. $13,700. Reduction for  cash.  Roberts Creek,  waterfront seclusion/revenue property. $16,000  H_  Redrooffs,   one  homes   in   this  $16,000.  of  the   nicest  exclusive  area.  WATERFRONT LISTINGS  WANTED  We have many clients wanting lots and waterfront homes  in the Roberts Creek, Davis  Bay, West Sechelt and Halfmoon Bay. areas.  We specialize in waterfront  properties.  For action on your property  call or wrtte N. Paterson,  CAPELANOHIGHLANDS Ltd.  803 Davie;St.; Vancouver  Ph.   682,3764,: Eves   988-0512  ^ Board and room, or room only,  day, week or month.' Smith's  Boarding House, 886-9912, Gibsons.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  fy  ^Complete  Lawn Service  from  planting to maintenance!  Mowing and Sweepin_g  POWER RAKING (  Edging  and Fertilizing  Seeding \;au^';lU_-lhg,';eitC;  Arrange for regular complete  :.'<������.���"���'���__����� 'care'.',V;'',- /'"'  ROY BOLDERSON ^ ; Box 435  Sechelt >    ^;.;/ 885-9530  Phone evenings only Please  PETS    ,: ���/������������     ���   ' .      ���-.  Pekinese puppies. Phone 886-9890  EWART McMYNN  Real Estate & Insurance  Phones -   " 886-2166  Evenings 886-2500 or 886-2496  EXCLUSIVE    '  Waterfront home, 3 bedrooms,  all facilities/ attractive,grounds,  garden, fruit trees, at sea level,  good beach/Realistically priced.  Details from ;' ���. nP,,. :���  FOR THE ? CHOICE  PROPERTIES CONTACT  K.. BUTLER REALTY^ Insurance  ".' Box 23. Gibsons B.C..'  -  Phone 886-2000  WATERFRONT LOTS :  EARL'S COVE; SUBDIVISION  Adjacent to' Earl's Cove Ferry  terminal -on Sunshine Coast  Highway: Beautiful .view of  Jervis Inlet. Excellent fishing  and boating. Good site for motel ��� and boat rentals.   ,  Waterfront' lots   $3,500  -     View' lots from $1800  10<& down. Ea_V terms on balance.  DiscoUnt? for cash.  m SLADEY  MADEIRA PARK. B.C.  Phone 883-2233 v  FOR   RENT  x  2 acres level land, 1 mile from  Gibsons centre. Terms. Consideration for cash. Ph. 886-2397.  Pender Harbour, small waterfront house, vsuit retired couple,  interested in fishing and gardening. $50 to reliable tenants. Ph.  883-2341 evenings v  2 bedroom suite on good road, at  Gower Point. No furniture, tiled  floors, repainted. $50 plus oil and  electricity. 886-9853:   -  Lovely cabin for rent, $55 monthly Furnished. Phone' 886-2877.  Cute 1 bedroom semi-furnished  house, $45 per month. Phone 886-  2816.  Waterfront self-contained suite on  beautiful beach near Gibsons.  Private' entrance. By day, week  or month. Phone 886-9813.  Modern 1 bedroom duplex, furnished or unfurnished. Phone 886-  9649  New self-contained 1 bedroom  suite in Gibsons available immediately. Phone 886-2688.  MISC.   FOR  SALE  See the new model 600'Remington carbine, 5% lbs. 3 cal., 308,  222 and .35.    - .  Also new Cooey 410 ga. shotgun  $29.95.  WALT NYGREN SALES LTD.  Gibsons, 886-9303  Enterprise oil range. Good condition.. Phone 886-9849.  1956" Chev Standard $625; 1957  Hillman convertible, both good  condition. 17" RCA Victor TV.  Phone R. Holden, 886-7758.  AUTOMATIC LAWNMOWER  . . SHARPENING  Get your lawn equipment sharpened now.  885-2292.'^  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F: E. Campbell  Selma .Park, on  bus stop.  /    885-9778  ' Evenings by Appointment  ��* ' NELSON'S  LAUNDRY  &  DRY' CLEANING'  FUR  STORAGE  Phone x Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts   Creek,   Gibson. ���'���  and Port Mellon .Zenjth 7020  PETTSR CHRISTMAS,        '  Bricklayer and Stonemason  All kinds .of brick and stonework���Alterations and repairs  Phone 886-7734  Guaranteed TV and Hi-Fi service  by government certified technician.   Phone  886-9384.  JOHN DE KLEER  BUILDING ��� CONTRACTING  Wilson t Creek, B.C."  Phone 885-2050  SEWING MACHINE TROUBLE!  Call, 886-2434 or 2163  FOR GUARANTEED WORK  'Alcoholics. Anonymous  Phone 886-2325 '  "TTV***   ���_.��, 1  WATCH REPAIRS & JEWRR1  MARINE MEN'S WEAR '"'  Ph.  886-2116, Gibsons  ���fo  C. L SIC0TTE  BULLDOZING SERVICE  Land dealing' ���_ Excavating  and Road Building  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2357  ,-��  FIREPLACES  PLANTERS  FOUNDATIONS  WALLS  A. Simpkins 885-2132  _______________________________________________________________________________ r  CREST ELECTRIC  Domestic wiring, rewiring and  alterations from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour. Free estimates..  Phone 886-9320 evenings.  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.^  Tree falling, topping or remov--  ing lower limbs/for view. Insured work* from Port Mellon  to    Pender    Harbour.    Phone'  886-9946. Marven^Volen. t    s     -,  BRICKLAYER  Custqm built fireplaces and chim  neys. Brick and block building.  Slate,    sandstone:-   Bill    Hartle, >  886-2586.     . ,N     , -,;  BOATS FOR SAWE   ;      ^   'Jfr i_  Phone" i_-s���fLand  Ftorist7 88.1 . M ft. Clinker builtj 4.5 hp. Briggs  9345 - , ���    engine-__and- .accessories.   Fully   equipped,   $175.  Phone   886-9353.\,' ''"  Sunshine   tricycle   with   trainer    -   .:  .���7-7; ,'__���'.���  .,���T7-'"'r:  wheels,    15"    front,    10"    rear " 16'ft- bo^, Caivel b__Jj, % cabin, 4_ -,, ,���  wheels. Best offer. Ph. 886-2084.''����� "WW* for outboard,  $250.  H.  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  -1,   V'  Phone 886-2231  >>frbm 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  *��%rf%rf__��_-_*rf%����_*_-_��-_��-��*N*^rm  Gentle   family   milk - cow  Phone 886-2549.  $175.  9' x 9' tent, as new, $25. Phone  886-7756. - j.  All bedding plants ready to go.  SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  PUMP TANK TRUCK  '. Tanks Built or Repaired  ,tf'. ...  Drainage Fields Installed  Gibsons Plumbing  Ph. 886-2460 for information  ��� *_._._ -.���-^X   'A. HiU, 885-4473.  y* im  portable   typewriter   in   leather'Jy~ -__->_-.-..>.) '  carrying   case,   excellent   condf^fe*   J-l��?1��Sffl^g, #t^���  tinn    *so   Fi^nr ipn_*h  w^riino- ^F*B Cruiser, AGHOM, 26  x 8*6 ;  tion,  $50.  Floor length wedding,  dress,   $40;   mauve  semi-formal,  $20. Phone 886-2446.  Topsoil   $2.50   per   yard.   Phone  886-9826.  WHITE CROSS SHOES  for the woman who  looks for comfort and style  GIBSONS  FAMILY SHOE  Marine Drive, 886-9833  1 27 ft. house trailer; 1 4 burner  table top gas stove; 1 G.E. electric fridge; Pair of men's caulk  boot shoes, nearly new, size 11;  New packboard. Bill Warren, Ph.  886-2762.  heavy "construction, 140 Chrysler  yellow   cedar  below,   mahogany ,  on top. Would make good handy  log * salvage  boat.   $1250.   Would ���  trade for a four-wheel drive jeep -  Can be seen at Redrooffs floats-  I. W. R. McCrady, R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay.  16" Turner clinker outboard boat.  Sound,   clean',-   oars   and   locks,,  canopy,'fittings,   $225.  Call  885- t  9565,  Mission  Point Motel,   Wil--'  son Creek. '  Gillnetter 33' x 8'6", sounder and  net. Will exchange for area property   Phone  886-2762.  TOWING SERVICE  PENINSULA MOTORS LTD.  Phone  DAYS  -  885-2111  NITES ��� 885-2155  YOUR DOLLAR HAS  MORE  CENTS AT  EARL'S & WALT'S  886-9608  &  886-9303  I used oil range, $85.  1 propane" range.  1 used Servel Propane refrigerator.  All good value -  MARSHALL WELLS STORE  Phone Sechelt 885:2171  Used electric. and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C _t S Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,  Sechelt.  For . guaranteed watch ^ and  jewelry    repairs,   see    Chris's  CARS, TRUCKS  FOR SALE  1958   Buick   Special.   Automatic,  radio, -P.S., P.B. Phone 886-9606.  *52 Ohev' $99 or best offer. Phone  886-2158 "evenings.  '50  Pontiac  coupe,   $100.   Phone  886-2549.  For   sale' cheap,   gravel .truck;  new   tires,   low .mileage,   needsv  some work on motor. Phone 886-"*  9813. -'     -        * ^  FUELS  Surplus Equipment  *ST  D8 CAT 13A MODEL  Hydraulip blade Hyster winch  Price $12,000  Va YARD TRACK SHOVEL  "Complete   with   shovel   front  'and. 35-ft.   dragline   boom,  ' ��� G.M.  diesel powered  Price $4,000  1 De VILBIS PAINT SPRAY  .       COMPRESSOR  , vwith .1 HP electric motor  SLADEY LOGGING LTD.  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Ph. 883-2233  FirewdooV .old growth fir, $12 a ';_j^^SH^H^WR^^^^^^^^  cord.  Alder $11  a  cord." Phone1 y&ir''' ' LAND    MCT  886-2783. John Christmas. Terms?     notice of DrrENTioN to apply  Cash. " "        - ���    '���       TO   LEASE   LAND  if>wnii-_-     roniirs       _��_      i  ni-i. . ��� ./_ v -Vancouver    Land    Recordlne:    District.  jeweiry    repairs,    see    ��_-nr_s s     Alder   $8 ner load-   Fir S10 ner       take notice that Beoan Logging  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work   done     ��"*? * r,v!5i   * 9L   ?%,  Co.-Ltd. of Nanaimo. bc. occupation  oh th^ premises. tfn     l��f.^  ply Wyton, 886-2441.  WANTED  TIMBER   WANTED  Will buy timber, or. timber and  land. rCash.  Phone .8-6-9984.   ; '  19" diameter, , 15" pitch, right  hand 1#" of H4" bore Eastfhope  prppellor. Walt Nygren Sales  Ltd., ���Gibsons.  ANNOUNCEMENTS   Y  EtPHINSTONE   C04>P  v Lucky  Number  May 9 ���" 54073, Pink  VICTOR D'AOUST   .  Padnter.rr- Decorator  Interior f^pJExtevior  Paper Hanging  First Class Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road  COAL.*: WOOD;  Alder?$10   p-y?.-- ;��.  ;'���'        -'>Ma_de;$12        ' ���;" ;"  Fir $12 delivered   ;;���;*?"  Bone dry old, growth.fir^$14 ...  DRUMHELLER HARD COAL'         $32 ton, $17 ^Ipti, $2 per bag 1 :  TOTEM LOGS ��� $1 per ^box   "*'  a lease 1 of the following described lands:  , ., Situated at Shoal / Harbour, Gilford  _."*'j__nd BC. Commencing at a post plant-  t-r ed at the N.E. Cnr. of Block 2 Lot 482  ,;: thence 'North 15 chains: thence N70W  -'.'-.> _9-^chains more or less Thence South 10  '?;��������� chains more or less to-the point of ln-  %: teWWtion with t'ae south shoreline of  .v -Shoal Harbour. Thence following said  ���^shoreline   in   a   southerly   and   easterly  direction a distance of 33 chains more  "" ~6r less, to the point of commencement  --v,j__*4contalning'  30  acres  more  or   less.  For   the   purpose   of   loz   booming   and  -t-ra.e-.. ���.  ���    *-:���     per BE3AN LOOGINO CO.  LTD.  ���"-.-'(�����. B. T. Briggs,.Agent  --.Dated iMay   9th.   1964.  R..N. HASTINGS���North Rd:  ���...'.-V   .       Gibsons ,      '^,PPy>  We deliver anywhere on the*  Peninsula.  For prices /phope.  886^9902 ',*  TENDERS  L>ed furniture, or what have  you? AI's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  ARE REAL SALESMEN T  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  . ..DEPABTMENT    OF    PUBLIC    WOEKS  CANADA  p^;),-SEALED   TENDERS   ADDRESSEBD   TO  the   Ofllce   Manager. ' Dept:   of   Public  Works,    Canada,    Room    708.    1110    W.  /.;.Georgia St.,  Vancouver 5., B.C.  and  en-  .  dorsed   "TENDER   TOR' PORT   GRAVES  *������'���  WHARF-REPAIRS"   will   be   received  until   2:30   p.m., (PDST).   June   1,   1964.  r P'aus.    specifications    and    forms    of  ..    terlder" can be seen,  or can be obtained  through  the   above  DPW  Vancouver  office.  To   be   considered   ench   tender   must  be  made on  the  printed  forms  supplied  by < the   Department   and  in   accordance  with the conditions set  forth therein.  :*'.The lowest  or  any   tender   not  neces-'  sarlly   accepted.  ;'���;���;��� D.   A.  Muir,  Office  Manager. Finish panels before putting on wal  While factory finished wood  panelling is becoming increasingly popular, most householders still- -buy the unfinished  variety and complete the job  themselves. Here are some suggestions on how to do it.  You'll find it easier if you  finish the panels before they are  attached to the wall. To save  your back, place the panels on  saw horses or a suitable table  or work bench. Regardless of  the  type  of  finish  being' used,  the wood should be rubbed with  a fine steel wool to remove any  dirt, dust or surface l'oughness.  Any oil or grease must be wip-"  ed away with odorless paint  thinner or denatured alcohol.  Where the color of the wood  is uniform and * the shade you  want, finishing consists merely  of applying two coats of clear,  quality varnish, sanding lightly  after the first coat, has dried  hard. If a dull finish is "wanted,  use a gloss or semi-gloss varnish for the first coat, and 'a,  . low gloss or satin varnish- jfor  the final coat/Follow label,-instructions    as    to whether ("the  6       Coast News, May. 14, /1964.r      i    ���   - *j  popular for panels. These are  obtained by first brushing' on a  coat of white pigmented sealer  or enamel undercoat, generally  thinned 50 percent with odorless paint thinner. Let stand  for ten or fifteen minutes and  then wipe with a dry cloth. The  white will accent the grain pattern. When dry, apply one, or  better two, coats of varnish.  Panels   can   also   be   finished  with wax,  either clear or in a  i variety     of     wood  tones.  Wax  "penetrates the wood and colors  it and  can't be  removed.  This  _may make it impossible to var-  ''nish  or  paint the  panels  at a  .Jater   date   because  paint  does  not adhere to wax. Play safe by  first coat should be thinned .and % j :iirst   sealing  the  wood  with_ a   1 _.. ���        _.___.!        _-__. ��� _       _��l*_-_<��1_3      l%#4  ���**   ^-m-.------**------v-fr      O ___-_-_*���      _*-__.-V-*_->       _TM-.l^r_  ��uctoWkeeGvb.  942���ROSE .WREATH SAMPLER, in simple, stitchery tells the vital  statistics of baby's birth. Mom will cherish it now and always.  Transfer 12x16 inches; color chart; directions.  527~BUTTERFLY-BRIGHT' QUILT, in gay scraps ��� a one-patch  beauty that's a joy to appliquel "Single block makes a lovely pillow.  Pattern pieces; charts; directions. " ,   ,  834���JIFFY-KNIT BLOUSE with separate circlet to top smart boat  nec-___ie; B-(by^cabie! stitch adds texture interest. Use mohair, knitting, worsie^fPArections/ sizes 32-34; 36-38. .  Thirty-five cents (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) to  Alice Brooks^. ca.re of Coast News, Needlecraft Dept., 60 Front Street  West, Toronto, Ontario. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, PATTERN  NUMBER.  206 HANDICRAFT HITS in our big, big, new 1964 Needle craft  Catalog, out now! See toys, fashions, crewelwork, heirlooms, gifts,  bazaar hits ��� exef-ything to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider,  quilt, smock. Send 25c right now.  whether a  seal  coat should be  applied first.  Varnish,   incidentally, �� should-  not  be  shaken  or  stirred; Otitis  produces  bubbles  in   the   dried'  film.    It   should  be  flowed- 6jn  with a well-loaded hrush withj'_T  minimum of -stroking, first with  the   grain   and   then   across  it.  Finish with a nearly dry brushy  again parallel to- the grain. It's'  a  good idea , to  coat all edges-  at the same time.      '  For an even lower luster  finish than flat varnish provides,  brush on a penetrating sealer  which, as its, name suggests,  sinks into the" wood, becomes  part of it and makes it mar resistant. The surface can be waxed if some sheen is < desired."  Usually,- the color of the wood  will not be exactly what you  want. To achieve the desired  shade, stain it with either oil  or water stains which come in  a great variety of wood tones.  Where a colored grain effect is  desired, you can choose from  the entire spectrum, either by  using colored stains or by adding colors in. oil to penetrating  resin sealers. Don't forget the *  edges.  Since the methods of applying  different stains vary as does  the length of time they are permitted to dry before being rubbed off, read label instructions  carefully. This applies also to  the question of whether the  wood should be sealed before  staining and whether the stain  should be sealed before applying  the varnish finishing coats. ,  Blond   effects   are also very  "penetrating sealer before applying the wax.  Rhonda Silver, Stephanie Taylor and Diane Miller are the Girlfriends, regular singing group who appear on Music Hop, CBC-TV's  variety show for teenagers. They join host Alex Trebek each Thursday to present the latest tunes from the hit parade. >   -   ��� '.,  <    ~' COAST NEWS WANT ADS ARE REAL SALESMEN  Sunshine Coast Directory  \ - .        '        - -> -    ���       ,   aw ,  SIGNS UNLIMITED  ,    DISPLAY SIGNS  JERRY'S SIGNS  Interior and Exterior Decorating  JERRY RIDGEWELL-  Gibsons, B.C. ���-PE 886-2894  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing,, Clearing Teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps *  ;Air Compressor, Rock- Drill  Concrete Vibrator '  Phone 886-2040 _  For all your Heating needs, call  TINGLEY'S HI-HEAT  SALES & SERVICE,,     >  Expert service on all repairs to  oil stoves, heaters and furnaces  New installations  of- warm  air  _. >  or hot water heating, tailored  to  your needs'  Your choice al financing plans  v      Phone 885-9636 or" 885-9332  ' '  P.O. Box 417 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  Conventional  1st  Mortgages  -'"   on Selected Properties  _ t  Canada Permanent Mortgage  '    _. ,r .   Corp."   -   *  ,..   , appjy   ___  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  representative  Gibsons 886-2481  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  EVERY WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886-2166  PENINSULA PLUMBING  ;    HEATING & SUPPLIES  *' Formerly Rogers Plumbing  cor. Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  ���     SALES AND SERVICE  P6_t Mellon *��� Pender Harbour -  Free Estimates  : Phone 886-9533  I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight Service jto* ,  Vancouver  Local & long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery  service  Lowbed hauling  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING ���  PLUMBING  Complete installation  Quick  efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  SCOWS ��� LOGS  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.      ,  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone   885-4425  R. H. (Bob) CARRUTHERS  Oil  stoves  and  heaters  cleaned  and serviced  Port Mellon to Earls Cove  Phone 886-2155  SMITHS HEATING  CHIMNEY  & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422  FOR AS LITTLE AS $1.85 PER MONTH      FOR AS LITTLE AS $4.93* PER MONTH  (and no down payment) (and no down payment) YOU CAN OWN A  YOU CAN OWN A NEW ESSO OIL BURNER      NEW, COMPLETE ESSO OIL FURNACE UNIT  y   'Installed to your existing duct work. Additions or modifications to your duct work can also be financed  New Esso Heating Equipment Finance Plan. Makes it so easy for you to  own the kind of equipment that assures safety, comfort and convenience���Esso heating equipment.        * , ������:���;"  ��� No down payment���you have 10 years to; pay  ��� Esso heating equipment isfully guaranteed by Imperial Oil  Easy budget terms are also available on other makes of heating equipment through your Esso heating equipment dealer..  OF SPECIAL INTEREST: If you are considering renting  - heating equipment, be sure you investigate the economics carefully. For pennies a day you can oicn your own.  heating equipment and get all the advantages of Esso  Home Heat Service I Step up today to the economical  ��� safety and comfort of Esso Home Heat Service. ;  IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  CALL NOW  PARKINSONS HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS ��� Phone 886-2728: >  DAN WHEELER  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT -- Ph.'886-9663  TELEVISION  SALES & SERVICE  Dependable Service  RICHTCR'S RADIO - TV  Fine Home Furnishings  Major Appliances  Record Bar  Phone  885-9777  SHERIDAN   TV  SALES AND SERVICE  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  Ph. 885-9605  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Cold. Weld Process  Engine Blqck Repairs  Arc, Acy Welding  '   ' Precision Machinists "  Ph. 886-7721 Res* ,886-9956  GENERAL REPAIRS   ;  CHIMNEY   SWEEPING  OIL STOVE MAINTENANCE    .*  E. LUCAS  Free Estimates ��� Ph. 884-5387  ALCAN KEMANO SURPLUS  Staff Prefab Houses complete  1 Bedroom |1200  2 Bedroom $1400  . Phone 885-4464  -   1 885-2104  886-2827  No 8% ��� Can be bank financed  AIR COMPRESSOR.  BACKHOE and LOADER  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS 1,  . .  Contract or hourly rates  Also  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W. KARATEHV. Ph- 88��-9826  NEVENS RADIO & TV  SALES & SERVICE  (to all  makes)  also  appliances  Ph.  886-2280  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also Oil Installation  Free estimates  Furniture  Phone  885-9713  NORN BURTON  Your Odd Job Man  Carpentry Work, House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid, etc.  Res., Pratt Rd.,  Gibsons  Phone 886-2048  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  Agents  Brown Bros. Flonsts  Phone 886 0543  C. ROY GREGGS  Sand, Gravel, -Fill,  Septic Tanks, Drain Fields  Backhoe   and  Loader  Bulldozing  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-9712  We use  , Ultra Sonic Sound Waves  to clean your watch  and jewelry  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given Prompt Attention  " Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  GIBSONS WELDING  .& MACHINE p.KS  Precision Machinery/    .  ���iOO ton Hydraulic Press"  Shaft .Straightening  Caterpillar. Roller Rebuilding  North. Road,   R.R.I.  Gibsons  '       Ph. 886-9682 "���'"���  PENINSULA ROOFING  TAR & GRAVEL  BUILT-UP  ROOFS  Ph.  886-9880  D. J. ROY. P. Eng. B.C.LS.  LAND' SURVEYING  SURVEYS  P.O. Box 37, Gibsons  1334-West Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5 Ph. MU 4-361J  APPLIANCES  Radio, Appliance & TV Service  LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY  Gibsons Electric  Authorized  Dealer  Phone  886-9325,  0CEANSIDE FURNITURE  _ CABINET SHOP  Makers  of fine custom furnishings and cabinets in hardwoods and softwoods   .  Kitchen remodelling is our  specialty  R.  BIRKIN  White Rd., Roberts Creek  Phone   886-2551  MASONS GARAGE  Dunlop tires & accessories  Electric welding,  -  Wheel balancing  Truck and car repairs  NORTH ROAD ��� GIBSONS  Ph. 886-2562  SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER PARK  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway.  Roomy Parking, Plenty of Water  Large recreation area  Bus passes park site  Phone 886-9826  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK. B.C.  Dealers for PM Canadien,  Mc-  Culloch and Homelite-Chain Saws  A Complete  Stock  of Machines  and Parts for Maintenance  and Repairs.  Telephone  885-2228  DIETER'S TV & Hi-Fi SERVICE  Phone 886-9381 ��� Gibsons  -���-������*-_--���--���__���-----BW-____W_W,_M_i  SWANSON BROS.  Cement  Gravel,     :    Backhoe &  Road Gravel, Loader Work,  Sand & Fill  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields  Phone 885-9666  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners' for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone 886-2200  TWIN CREEK-LUMBER  _ BLD. SUPPLIES LTD.  ,    Phone 886-2808  Everything   for   your building  needs  Free Estimates GuMe btinqWBtk hdhars pnwthers  The annual Brownie and Guide  Mother and Daughter banquet in  Port Mellon. Community Hall on  May 2 was featured with a .delightful - buffet; of ,; turkey, ' cold  meats, scalloped potatoes, salads  tomato and apple, juice, homemade buns, fruit salad.and Guide  cookies, tea and coffee.  The event opened with the color party -unfurling the flags.  Chairman Mrs. J. Serafin, president of the auxiliary introduced '  these guests: District Commissioner Mrs. J. Thomas, Division  Commissioner Mrs., L. Labonte,  H. BISHOP  LANES WEAR  2 Stores to Serve You  GIBSONS     l  880-2109  SECHELT  885-200.8  Ladies Wear is our ONLY  Business  __��__��_��**W_-^��_____*_��__^%^__(___^%#*_*_^i^^*^^--_*_-_"__--*_#  Rev. Denis Harris, Rev. and Mrs.  M. Cameron, Brown Owl Mrs. D.  Dunham and mother, Mrs. W.  Cunningham, from Richmond;  Tawny Owl Mrs. J, Willis, Lt. L.  Wray from Gibsons 1st Guide  company, Tester Mrs. B: Gill,  Fairy Godmother Mrs. J. Swan  and pianist Mrs. N. Rudolph.   ..  RevfMr. Cameron spoke on the  rooms of life one will enter dur:  ing a lifetime and obtained the  keys that would be needed to  open these doors. Mrs. Labonte  described the duties of a divisional commissioner and -Mrs. Thomas spoke on the district commissioners' activities. Guide  Lynn, Burdett toasted the��� mouthers and Mrs. G. -Burdettf re-,  sponded. -,'""',.  'Presentations were made to  the Brown and Tawny Owls for  their work during,the year and  also to Mrs. B. Jamieson for her  part in helping in Brownie after-,  noons.    ���'"j-% ' ;**..-"* -y.-"' P  Mrs. Serafin toasted' the Queen  and. then the Brownie program  followed. Badges presented by  Mrs. Thomas were: Susan Ferris, Golden bar; Lena Wilkie and  Laurie  Serafin,, collectors;   Lor-  GARDENING  LANDSCAPING.- FORMAL ��� PRUNING ��� SPRAYING  LAWNS MADE OR RENOVATED  POTTING COMPOSTS FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS  FERTILIZERS, TOP OR BASE  ED. ROBERTSON  1359 Gower Point Road ��� Gibsons  Ph. 886-2897  -_*NAAA_-W_>_-_M__����-W"k��-���-_M0K|tf��V^a-W_<--f_->*-M_iV  Funeral Costs  Many unsubstantiated accounts of funeral  costs have been given widespread publicity lately. However, we are prepared to give you FACTS  and answer all queries to your satisfaction. Our.  reasonably priced services are based on your  merchandise selections, and in all matters pertaining to our services the decision of the family  is final. _~  We offer a complete memorial service for  as low as $100/plus cremation or grave.  4  Harvey Funeral Home  GIBSONS  886-9551  Gburcb Serviced  3�� L��Th* People Praia* Th-,0 God  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's,  Gibsons  8 a.m., Holy Communion  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m., Church-School  Community Church, Port Mellon  9:15 a.in.   ;' Matins  St. Mary's, Pender Harbour  11 a.m., Holy Communion  St. Aldan's, Roberts Creek  10:30 a.m.- Church School  3 p.m., Evensong  St. Hilda's,   Sechelt  : 11 a.m., Church School v  7:30 p.m., Evensong  UNITED  : '���' ���   Gibsons  11 a.m., Sunday School  ,-.'.. 11 'a.m., Nursery     y  11 a.m.; ^Divine Service  Roberts Creek.  2 p.m., Divine Service  Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m., Divine: Worship  Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.  COMMUNITY CHURCH  ���     ' Port ;MeilonK  Anglican Communion 9:15 a.m.  1st Sunday of each month  Anglican Service 9:15 a.m.  3rd Sunday of each month    ,  United Church Service 9:15 a.m.  All other Sundays  ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary,  Gibsons, 11 a.m.  BAPTIST  Bethel Baptist,  Sechelt  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer  Calvary  Baptist,  Gibsons  7:30 p.m., Evening Service  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs  CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS  CJhurch Services  >,-'        and Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Reberts  Creek United Church  Radio Program: The Bible  Speaks to You, over CJOR, 600,  8:30 p.m. every Sunday  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  11 a.m., Morning Worship -  7:30  p.m.,  Evangelistic   Service  m    10 a.m., Sunday School  .Tuesday, 7 p.m. ^ Bible -School  'Friday/ 7:30i^p.m.. Rally  raTECOSTAL  Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  11 a.m., Devotional  7:30   p.m:,   Evangelistic" Service  Tues.,  3:30  p.m.,   Children's  Groups;' ���.  Tues., 7:30 p.m., Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m., Young People  JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES  Bible Studies, Tues., 8 p.m.  Ministry Schooli Thurs., 7:30 p.m.  Service Meeting  Thurs., 8:30 p.m.  Public Talk, Sun., 3 p.m.  Watchtower Study, Sun., 4 p.m.  Kingdom Hall at Selma Park  No   Collections  raine McKay, ��� Mary Muehlen-  kamp, Rennie, Serafin and^yaler;  ie Enemark,' thitft badges;' toy-  maker and .bicycle to Adel Jamieson;, house orderly, jValerie  Enemark, Lorraine McKay, Ren-  nie Serafin, Mary Muehlenkamp;  athletic, Angela Willis and Carrie  Gallier. '   ���   s - ���  Port ��� Mellon's. newly. formed,  1st Guide Company under; Capt.  Betty  Flockhart,   at  present  in  "Scotland and Lt. Marjorie little-  John, formed its horseshoe with  the aid of Port Mellon,girls in  Gibsons 1st Guide company. Enrolled by Mrs. Labonte were Fan-  David, Denise Littlejohn and Karen Enemark. Three Brownies  flew up aided by Mrs. Thomas.  They were Adel Jamieson and  Angela Willis to the Bluebird patrol  and  Carrie   Gallier  to  the  ' Canary patrol.  Welconied to the horseshoe was  Brown' Owl Mrs.'- Dunham who  received * her' six-year pin from  Mrs. Labonte. Following a -ring-  song slides were shown of Guide  World' Jamborees. The tables  were decorated by Brownies and  programs made by Mrs. Willis.  ROBERTS CREEK  (By MADGE NEWMAN)  ,Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Beeman of  Beach Avenue, celebrated their  23rd wedding anniversary south  of the. border last weekend.  Mr. R. Carlson, who was injured in" a togging accident and rushed to St. Paul's Hospital, is at  home again and convalescing  nicely.  The Good Samaritans, Roberts  Creek Junior Red Cross group,  sponsored a cake sate at; the  school on Thursday, to raise  money for children of Malaya.  From California, to spend a few  "days with relative* are Mr. and  Mrs.' Bruce Hill  and Mr. John  Hill. They are making their head.  quarters with Mrs. Ruth Mitchell  A Mother's Day treat for Mrs.  Jen Monrufet was a.week end  visit with her son and family at  Port A_berni.,  Tributes offered  by auxiliary  The auxiliary to Roberts Creek  Legion at its meeting on May 4,  paid- special tribute to their late  member Mrs! Jessie Hughes.  She was a chartered member,  and a past president, having  taken that office twice/ Sandy  Dunlop was also remembered.  Sympathy goes out to Mrs.  Ellis. All are glad, to hear that  she is getting over her accident.  The auxiliary wishes Mr. Sears  and Mr. Mortimer speedy recoveries.  The ladies announce that there  will be no more whist. They will  decide at their Sept. meeting if  they will have it for the winter  or not. Final arrangements were  made for the rummage sale to  be held on May 16. Doors open  2 p.m.  Preliminary arrangem ents  were made for the birthday  party to be held on June 20 with  a supper at 6:30 p.m. After the  presentations, there will be 10c  bingo for' one hour. Then the  branch will take .over with its  monthly social.  Newspaper advertising is  printed salesmanship that brings  to consumers news of products.  CBC'IN CHINA  , On April 20 a film crew from  CBC   Ottawa   entered  mainland  .China, marking the first time in  recent years .that North American cameramen have been allowed into that country. The team  consists   of   CBC producer   Pat  ^Watson, writer .Roy Faibish and  cornerman Eric Durschmied The  trio expect to remain in China  from six to eight weeks, filming  the social, economic and, industrial life of the country.  NO ARGUMENT!  There is no argument  about Coast News circulation. It is audited and certified   by   the   internationally  Coast News, May 14, 1984.  " known,Audit Bureau of Circulation. The Coast News  cannot rig its figures. Its  circulation can be checked  by any of our clients.  / *WC  pi. ntoaomi  5F___  pnfrHc  _   sppearuee.  ���10 Resorts  ~  i24 Italian  citr  15 Cult-?**,  16 Alfred���*,  17 Skip    P '  18 Perfume   ������  19 Against  20 Cleanse  22 Topic  24 Eternity  25 Nanber  28 Lunatic  30EvIl  34 Perfect  35 Cold dish  36 High note  37 Ecstatic  38 Gambler's  aide: si.  39 Comfortable  40 self  41 Stamps  42 Soft leather  43 Colonists  largessi  C__S_HT  inwoiid  51 Frothy    , _  ' >- driaks:  M Ag-ia  57 Here leaned  60 Wrong    -  ��1C-K  62 French'  ' school  63 Story t  64H__td.es '  65 Solid  66. 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PUZZLE NO. 790  i_a_M<_. ����*-_W��iM i  on  When it's too hot tor a Jacket  arid a shirt alone gives you a  feeling of \ incompleteness, what  does a man do?     s ,  He gets a cool, cotton jac-shirt,  that's what.  At least that's what designers  are betting thousands of men will  do this summer. They're showing the jac-shirt which is a shirt  built onto a hip band in many  different versions.; It will be  available fashioned , with front  panels or detailed with contrast  bands and embroidery. It will v;j  also have (in case you're wider  or narrower .over the hips than  you suspected) adjustable side  tabs or side laces.  GEORGIA HEIGHTS  GEORGIA DRIVE - Gibsons  2 NEW HOMES  Follow Signs from  Shell Service  SUNDAY, MAY 17  1 to 5 p.  K. BUTLER REALTY  PHONE 886-2000 ��� GIBSONS ��� The Davss  8       Coast News, May 14, 1964.  By JACK DAVIS, M.P.  Coast-Capilano Constituency  There has been a lot of talk recently about Quebec "opting  out" of certain' national' programs. Ottawa, is also being* accused of making important tax  concessions to the province.  Some have even gone so far as  to suggest that we are witnessing the breaking up of Confederation. Nothing,, however, could  be further from the truth.  The provinces, faced with rising casts for education and social  - welfare,, are demanding more revenue. Ottawa, in order'that they  may meet some of these obligations, is reducing, its share of  our personal income tax. This is  a concession. But it is also setting its house in order in other  ways.    Plan blitz  for Fair  The Sunshine Coast >Fall 'Fair  committee is busy, laying the  groundwork for its /mid-August  fair and would like to have the  advice and help of some of the  former fair committee'1 memtoers.  At a meeting Thursday evening  of Jast week in the Anglican Parish Hall the fair's program was-  checked and a considerable number of classifications in the various divisions were eliminated. In  going over the varied lists members of the committee found '  there were quite a number of  subjects broken down into too  many varieties. Most of them  were cut down to about two or  three entries in place of eight  or nine.  The committee is also ..considering a one dayv blitz, probably  by the Lions cliib to cover the  area~ and raise necessary finances to run the fair-'for this year.  The program booklet under consideration will be on a lesser  scale than it was in ��� the past,  thus cutting costs/Next meeting  of the committee wall be held in  the Parish hall on the last Thursday in May.    <  Federal government employees  numbered 334,436 in November,  1962, down by 7,948 from one  year earlier.  The "first shot was fared by Mr.  Deschatelets, the " minister of  public works. In effect, he said,  if the provinces want a second  Trans Canada Highway* they will  have to build it themselves. If  they want more bridges and  roads they will have to raise  their own taxes. Freedom to "opt  out" of shared programs like  highway building is all very well.  But if one' province "opts out"  the federal government might  simply" drop the program in its  entirety.  Highways, like social security  and education, is largely an area  of provincial responsibility. However, in order to build a road  which was up to national standard from coast to coast Ottawa  decided to pay part of the costs.  Starting in 1949, it put up at least  50% of the money ��� as much as  90% where the going was" rough.  Now Ottawa intends to pull  back. Mr. Pearson has gone even  further. He ~ has said that the  federal government will not embark an any new shared cost  programs without the "full support of all the provinces. If any  one of them opts out, _he entire  scheme may be dropped.  The poorer provinces ��� and  Quebec is one of them ��� are the  losers. Federal standards will  not, and .cannot, be maintained  right across the country., The  richer provinces will keep more  of their wealth at home: .They  will be better off. But the nation  as a whole may-lose spmething  in the process.  This much seems likely. As the  shared cost programs disappear  the respective areas of federal  and provincial jurisdiction will  become ' more clear-cut. _More  taxes will have to' be raised by  the provincial governments which  are spending them. And those of  us who have to pay will have a  clearer idea of where to look for  better performance.  20th   ANNIVERSARY  June 6, 1964, is the 20th anniversary of the Allied invasion  of Europe. Many Canadians who  took part in that landing remem-  , ber it as if it were yesterday.  On Sunday, May 24 at 10 p.m.  CBC-TV's Horizon will present  some of th_��e memories, culled  from almost 200 interviews with  D-Day  veterans  across  Canada.  CHELA MATTHISON, young Vancouver actress who recently completed studies at Canada's National Theatre School in Montreal, has her first television role  ��� a starring one ��� in More Joy  in Heaven, a .five-episode^drama-  tization'of the Morley Callaghan  novel,  on  CBC-TV's The-'Serial.  '_!_______,  . .  Hassans Store  Complete sto.c_r>'of .   -  FISHING TACKLE  Commercial & Sports  HARDWARE - DRY GOODS  BAPC0 PAINT  Interior & Marine  Ph. 883-2415"  SERVICE  OUR PLEDGE  To offer the "people"  of the "Sunshine Coast"  the finest in Oil Burner  Service and Installations  Parkinson's Heating Ltd.  GIBSONS  "ESSO" Oil Furnaces  NO DOWN PAYMENT, BANK INTEREST  10 YEARS TO PAY, 1st PAYMENT OCTOBER 1  FREE ANNUA! FURNACE CONDITIONING  FREE 24 HOUR EMERGENCY CALLS  EREE ESTIMATE OF NEW FURNACES  A COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  FOR A FREE HEATING SURVEY  Phone Gibsons 886-2728  -. / ���*  _H ^* 'I *"- I  ���<-.*    ���>/_       1        *  '   r    i    J"V     */    �����<  ***t.  <���     ��r     1   _���      >  Imperial Oil Ltd, U pleased to  announce tfa appointmentkof  as their official Esso Furnace and  Esso Home Heat service dealer for  the "Sunshine Coast"; Parkinson's  Heating have beenv franchisee! dealers of Esso equipment for over  15 years and are fully qualified to  service all makes of oil heating  equipment.  \  NEED A NEW 01L FURNACE?  Give Parkinson's a call today  for a free estimate on ail Esso  package furnace. No down payment - 10 years to pay low interest, and your first payment  starts Oct. 1. Many homes can  install fully automatic Esso Oil  Heat for as little as $8.00 per  month.  /  WE FEEL SURE THE APPOINTMENT OF THE FRANCHISE WILL ASSURE THE SUNSHINE  COAST PE0PLE��F FINE QUALITY SERVICE AND INSTALLATIONS !  ���);'  CALL PARKINSONS TODAY  Ph. 886-2728 Coast News, May 14, 1964.       9  Last free copy of Wildlife!  ' Work is  about half-completed  on construction of a third turbogenerator installation at JBurrard  Thermal Generating Plant' near'  Vancouver. '^ The    unit ~ will a did,  150,000-, kilowatts   of , generating  capacity to B.C.. Hydro's power  supply > when j. it Js^eomiidsslgned  late    this~  year, -incr��a'singCJ_e  capacity of the. natural gas-fuelled plant to 458,000 kilowatts. In-  ���v stallatipn of,turbine and generating'units'and of the complex put-  door- boiler unit has been underway through the winter.,  c.   Whenjhe third unit is placed  .-/.'in   service,   the   Burrard   Plant  ^wili^be^the'largest -thermal sta-  .tion west of Toronto.' It is "the  first steam- generating plant in  Canada *. having outdoor boilers,  a design feature made possible  by the moderate coastal climate.  MV_a-__Maf--**_-M*-*_*---^M_i  WIKDOW GLASS  aluminum wwows  and  STORM DOORS  SEE VI__# GlASS  GIBSONS * Ph. 88&_&i8 or 880-24O4  1  *_-��-_**������*������_-_g-a_-_____n��-_i"_-M  ATTENTION   STAIPCASTERS!  ��� FOR SALE ���  The Ahh-So' - 17 ft. SaBgerster Craft  Fiberglass outboard' convertible  1961 - 75 H.P. Evinrude (electric)  Rigged for sport fishing ��� upholstered seats  built-in fuel .tank ��� padded dashboard  ONLY $1100.00 FOR QUICK SALE  Mr. GALLIFORD ��� ROBERTS CREEK, 886-2591  *.   _ j s  Macleod trophy  donations grow  Miss Helen Bezdeck, secretary  of the Sunshine ' Coast A-hletic  Club announces that dkmations  for the David Macleod Memorial  Trophy are coming in.  The trophy is being sponsored  by the club in mcznory of David  Macleod who passed away recently. David in his career as an  athlete was one of the top sprinters in,his age group in western  Canada.  Any person who desires to donate to the club to help purchase  the trophy is requested to send.  donations to Miss Bezdeck, R Jt.'  1, Gibsons.  II IMPORTANT MNOMMMT  from  SIMPSONS - MIIIS UNITED  MAIL   ORDER  We are pleased to announce that in order to provide  faster, more v efficient service for Gibsons and District residents, we are opening a  CATALOGUE   SALES  AGENCY  on FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1964  Mr. S. Fladagar is our Agent and the Agency will be  located in the  THRIFTEE DRYG00DS  Now you will be able to place all your catalogue orders,  pick up parcels, open new accounts, make payments, deal  with returns, adjustments and service right here in Gibsons.  We look forward to serving you in our new agency  SIMPSON-SEARS LIMITED  Phone 886-2252��� Gibsons  In Sechelt call Zenith 6912 Toll FREE    "  Training dates  Outdoor training of the Sunshine Coast Athletic Club has  commenced for the, 1964 track  and field season.  The Sechelt Recreation Commission has programmed Hackett Park for the club as follows:  Monday, .4:30 to 5:30 p.m.  . Tuesday, 7 to 8 p.m.  Wednesday, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m:  Thursday, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.  Friday, 7 to 8 p.m.  Saturday, 9 to 10:30 a.m.  Coaches of the club hope that  before long some, of the athletes'  will be in condition to compete  in track and field meets in Vancouver and other centres in British Columbia.  FLOWERS  TALK  For anniversaries, birthdays, flowers express your  sentiments perfectly. You'll  find a FLORIST fast in the  YELLOW PAGES, where  YOUR FINGERS DO THE  WALKING,  The Spring issue of the Fish  and    Game    branch    magazine,-  Wildlife Review, is now off the  press. The popular 32-page publication   features   an  article   by  G. Clifford Carl on disappearing  species   and a   story  of  Rocky  Mountain    Whitefish    by    Dave  Stewart. The early fur trade in  Canada is given hilarious, treatment by fur, biologist W. A. McKay and there are picture stories  by Frank Beebe and Tom Hunter,  as well as pa story on hibernation.' *  The cover, another fine drawing by Patricia 'vWright of Victoria, is a., pen and ink sketch  of a moose head.  Editor Bill Ward has disclosed  that from now on, Wildlife Review will cost one dollar for a  two year subscription of eight  copies with the' next appearing  in .December, followed by four  annually.  "With, a circulation of 60,000,  Meteorites now  have cash value  Early this year a Shaunavon,  Saskatchewan,-, farmer was paid  11,000 by the Geological Survey  for a rare  2.88-pound iron-type,  meteorite found by him on his  land. Mr. G. Reberger .had written to the department for a copy ���  of the pamphlet "How to Identify Meteorites*' and from the de- J  scriptions and photos' in it believed he had a meteorite. This  was, confirmed,by  experts  and  the purchase made.  Meteorites contain nothing. .  that can be recovered and sold  for profit. They are purely specimens for scientific study, their  value being the information derived from them. An illustrated  booklet on identifying meteorites.  is available free from the Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa.  Anyone   finding   what  he  be-,  lieves.to be a, meteorite 4s urged'  to write immediately, to' the Associate Committee on Meteorites  of the National Research Council, Ottawa. Specimens 'may, be .  sent to the. Geological Survey of  Canada  or to  the nearest university for identification.  and with hundreds of new requests being received for the  had to be done and we thought  magazine each week, something  the smalil, charge of one dollar  for two years would be reasonable," Mr. Ward said.  The magazine will not, be a  profit making venture and the  small charge will "only help defray some of the printing and  handling costs.  Subscription forms are included in' the latest issue , of .he  magazine. Those interested may  also subscribe to the magazine  by writing to, the Fish and Game  Branch, Victdria, or by applying to the local Conservation Officer* or Fish and- Game' Branch  office.  CHAIRMAN NAMED  William Tweedley was select-  ed as Chairman of the membership committee for the new Army, Navy and Air Force Veteran  association and Rex Davey, secretary at an initial meeting for  the formation of the organization.  Further processing of the charter for the club is under way  SOYRt&iT,  .BUY.  __-*">-__  H0MELITE  THE  DEPENDABLE CHAIN SAW  .it ��� htt .��_M-ftratiM friar  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  WILSON CREEK  Phone 885-9521  8  8  6  _. m  9  8  4  2  <&*��**��  ^RS>  REASONABLE RATES  TERMS  C.O.D.  8  8  6  *  9  8  4  2  ^��-_-_�����-_���__�����-_-__<  Under Auspices of    .  GIBSONS" UNITED   CHURCH' WOMEN  A MU$I(_AL EVENING  By Students of .  GILBERT & IRENE SYKES, L.R.S.M.  ini the  Canons Christian EAKaHoa Hall  Sat., May 23 - 8:15 p.m.  Assisting ^artists: Violinist Mr. and Mrs. H.. D. Coupland,  Balmoral Quartette, Vocalist Miss Margaret Sykes, Accompanist, Miss Nan Gorringe.  Admission: Silver collection ��� Everybody welcome  On three-and-a-half-year, leave  of absence to the Canadian-Corporation for the 1967 World Exhibition, Montreal, is Dave Dau-  phinee, above, assistant general  manager of the Pacific National  Exhibition. Dauphinee's World  Exhibition role will be manager  of outside spectaculars. He will  assume his new responsibilities  in August, but will be loaned  back to* the Pacific National Exhibition for the 1964 fair.  KINDERGARTEN - SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  Sechelt and Wilson Creek Areas  TO THE PARENTS OF  KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN  Will all the parents and children meet in the Activity  Room at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, May 21st, 1964, for. registration.        , .    .        ���   �� -    ,      ;  > ' , .i 1 t  -, i   < ' . t- !r '���   -  ^Please bring your child's"-birth certificate with you.  Children will be assigned to morning or afternoon sessions. About the end of January the morning group will  exchange with the afternoon group. "���     -.    " -.     . \  To pay for certain supplies needed for each child, a  fee of $3.00 will be charged. _. %-  *   >���>  GEORGE COOPER, Principal  Right! When you're taking it easy with  > good friends. .When the time is right  - for a cool, tasty, thirst satisfier -  Make yours U.B.C. beer  THE CABLING BREWERIES (B.C.) LTD.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  U9.80-1 10       Coast News, May 14, 1964.  WINS W.I. PLANTER     ,  Miss E. Drummond won the  planter at the tea held by the  Women's Institute of Gibsons.  PAINTING WORKSHOP  A painting workshop' will be  .held May 20, 21 and-22 in the  area by Mrs. J<_net Middleton,  Banff School of Fine Arts and  anyone interested can telephone  Mrs. K. Wells at 886-2621.  BOWLING      HALFMOON BAY NOTES  Twilight Theatre  Wed., Thurs., Fri., May 13, 1_;! lSjs" :*,  Brigitte Bardot, Antonio Viler"1  A WOMAN LIKE  SATAN  Technicolor,  Cinemascope^  (RESTRICTED)      .  ",  SAT.  MATINEE ��� May  16  Randolph Scott, >   >_  Angela Lansbury ' *���  LAWLESS STREET  LEAVING GIBSONS  Must sacrifice household  furhishings, electric organ  with Leslie speaker, electric  stove, fridge, bedroom suite,  sectional chesterfield, davenport & chair to match,. nylon  carpet 15' x 11', lamps, China  cabinet, drapes, etc.  Phone 886-2655  Technicolor  _. ix  Sat., Mon., Tues., May 16, 18,19.; :J  Gordon  MacRae,   Shirley Jones  CAROUSEL  Technicolor,  Cinemascope  .  SUNDAY MIDNIGHT SHOW  "f tii &  MAY 17 ��� 12:05" ��� ^ ���!  MONDAY MATINEE ���'2:30  r-  READY  MIX  CONCRETE  P _ W DEVELOPMENT CO.  Ph.. 886-9857 ���  Gibsons  E & M BOWLADROME.  1  (By ED CONNOR) ^  League Scores: '  Teachers   Hi:    Lucky   Strikes  2644  (966).  M.^Crosfty 771  (256,  346), F.' Busch 682 (276), F.���H_cks  249.  , Spring Leagues^   .,  Monday Ladies:< '^Gutterballs '  2626 (953). P. Hylton 583, R.'.Nord  ���* quist'655, P. Feeney'607 (250V  G. Hostland'602 (258), J. Whiel-  don 537, A. Godfrey 630, D. Mar-  field 723 (334), L. Hughes 515, L.  McKay 619 (259).     ' -,      ,  Tues.    Mixed:    Sooners -.2744  (1022). R. Topham 640 (293), W.  Robinson 706 (273, 269), J. Lark-,  man 669'(275), D. Robinson 614,  A. Ferguson 624. -  Thurs. Stars: Ookpiks 2421  (892)". A. Robertson 681 (240), E.  Connor-638 (253), Gwen Edmonds  657 (266), F. Nevens 642 (241), J.  Davies 244, L Cavalier 670 (269),.  .L. Gregory 677 (241, 249)    ,  Playoffs:  Tues. Coffee: Percolators 2911,  Early Birds 2858.  Gibsons A: Imperials 2994, Super Valu 2829.  Ladies Wed.: Gibson Girls ,2557  Guttersnipes 23Q5.._   .'_.."'���*,.,* ^  Commercials:    Gibsons    Shell  2649,- Fortune Cookies 2629. -  v  Port Mellon: Ret&s- 3119, Drifters 3071.  "**����%'<  j__   NYLON SiUETY CHAMPION  TIRE SALE  .We are dealing out these top quality Nylon tires  to make way for a new line. Every tire is factory-  fresh and offers you exclusive Firestone safety  features such as Speedway Weld construction,  modem bladed tread design and new SUP-R-TUF  rubber for thousands of extra miles.  The moire you buy  the more you SAVE.  aa  C & T Tire Centre  UP  We have a wide assort  j ment, but it's first.come;'j  i first   served!   Every, one  I safety inspected. ^ ~  m  iiiiriii_iiiin_i_i-  ... j. IT. y...__,...��itiitng'iitnj'' ���jjrr'U''  ^ijii^uuuMuujaaHiwiiAiwi+^JpiiM  Gibsons  Service  Phone SSG-2572  *c;!ft  Closing Out  This is no gimmick we ARE  going out of Business  ^ttyp  ALL GOODS MUST BE SOLD  '.';;. ���     /;.  .vvvr ���'-     ' ' ".'������.-' "���",., P'. "-. ',.      '-,'���'���-  ,',,i    ��� V    '   '������' *���' .'''-'  ., ���- ;���; "T  ..'-..������ ( ��� '-���. v  Att chilling including newly arrived  ?p ' ���-,  Spring and Summer wear at  Drastically Reduced Prices  * .'.���'.    v   ' '   ���������������' ' '���������'"-���',,: .       - .   ��������� '.-V      '������'���'���'       '.'.'  Prices on every item in store Slashed  ALL SALES FIKAL  -  HO LAYAWAYS  -^ HO CHARGES  1538 Gower Point Road ��� Phone 886-9353  By  MARY. TINKLEY  This month's Lovers of Life  expedition will be Ion r May 23  and future meetings will' be on  the fourth Saturday each month  instead of the third.. V .  Mrs. ClairerBaird has returned  to  her   home*at   Middle   Point"  after undergoing an eye operation in Vancouver.  . '  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Calder have  sold their home to Mr. and Mrs.  M. A. Shaw of Vancouver. The  Calders are moving into a smaller home on the same property.  , Ron Gunn of Powell River is  spending a holiday at the Seacrest home" of his parents, the  Bill Gunns. Ron will embark on  the Canberra on May 16 for a  trip to Europe. At the Bert  James cottage.are Mr. and'Mrs.  -Don Gillis of Vancouver.  Guests of Mrs. Leta Hanney  were her granddaughter, Corlynn  Hanney and Fran Woolsey, both  of whom are in their first year  at U.B.c:     -'     "   ".     * '  A recent visitor at the Han-  neyswas grandson: "Gary Jftan-  ney who had just celebrated his  21st birthday. Gary received  some of his early schooling at  . Halfmoon - Bay and Gibsons  where his mother, 'Mrs:. Lorrill  Hanney was a teacherl Gary  .took his .grandfather, Alec Hanney back tp Vancouver'..for. the  celebration 'of Alec*s 8lit birthday, and daughter-in-law Sharon's  birthday. A- few days later son  Bryon and.his wife Lorrill celebrated their wedding anniversary  This weekend, Cliff Connor  brought home" his new boat, a  neat 18 ft cabin job, and the  Doug Foley family went to Van  couver and brought home \a fine  new car. " '      . "    - *  < <   Seen    along '. the    Redrooffs  beaches this' \yeekend were the  Hunt   clan,    the'"Joe  Cunliffes,  the Phil Dills,  the  Syd Hoares  , and the Ernie Pipers. Eric White  i came from  Vancouver   to   visit  his  mother,   Mrs.   Ernie  White.  , At    the    Jack Temple home  their   daughter   Maureen  Smith  of South Burnaby is enjoying a  holiday with husband Bob.  Mr. Gordon Cruise has- bought  the Charlie Lunn House and the  family spent the weekend- moving' in. Mrs. Jerry Hynek who'  has ' been. a  frequent  visitor' at'  the Charles Tinkleys while on  the staff of St. Mary's Hospital,  has returned to her home on  Cortes Island for the summer  months.^ '?> -   ���*  -     .     t -���   i   V *  RUG CLEANING  and DEM0THING  Day or Evening Appointment  Done Right in Your  Own Home  For Free 'Estimates  Ph, 886-9890  MONDAY, MAY 18  1 p.m.  Peninsula Hotel  OPEN HORSESHOE COMINEIITIOH  RACES ��� TUGOF-WAR  LOG ROLLING  ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ONLY  Official Opening  SATURDAY, MAY 16  Gulf Building  in conjunct/ion with  PENINSULA LOGGING SUPPLY LTD.  SECHELT ��� Ph. 885-2283  Everything for your Building needs  Stanley Tools, Disston Saws, Weldwood Plywood, Domtar Roofing Material, Fiberglass Insulation  Announcing  Gulf  Building Supplies  NOW AGENTS FOR  QUALITY-TESTED.  QUALITY-PROVED  BAPC0 PAINTS  BAPCO VELVET FLAT LATEX IN-  TERIOR FINISH ��� Fastrdrying, easily  applied,   exceptionally washable.  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