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 fur vlsiliirs  Where to Stay  OLE'S COVE RESORT  & DINING ROOM  Ph. 885-2046  Sunshine Coast Highway  BLUE SKY MOTEL  Ph.  885-9987  Davis Bay on the Waterfront  COZY COURT MOTEL  Ph. 885-9314  Inlet  Avenue ���  Sechelt;  HADDOCK'S  CABANA MARINA  Ph.  883-2248  Madeira Park  BIG MAPLE MOTEL  & TRAILER RESORT  Sunshine Coast Highway  Ph. 885-9513  RIT'S MOTEL  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-2401  Gower Point Road  vic's motb.  Sunshine Coast Highway  Wilson Creek ��� Ph. 885-9561  SILVER SANDS RESORT  Sunshine Coast Highway  Silver Sands ��� Ph. 883-2630  PENLNSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� All Faculties  Ph. 886-247?  LARSEN'S  MADERIA PARK RESORT  Ph.  883-2124  DANNY'S MOTa  and   DINING   ROOM  Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons ��� Ph. 88G-9815  TILLICUM BAY  MARINE RESORT  Cabins ��� Store ��� Boats  *   Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2100    ,  JOLLY ROGER INN  Secret  Cove ������ Ph. 885-9998  B0NNIEBR0OK CAMP  &  TRAILER PARK  Gower Point ��� Ph. 886-2887  Where to Eat  PA COFFEE BAR  & BILLIARD HALL  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-9344  Opposite the Bus Depot  CALYPSO CAFE  & DINING ROOM  Ph. 885-9769  On the Waterfront ��� Sechelt  E&MGROCffiY  &   CONFECTIONERY  On the Highway  at Sechelt  Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.  Ph. 885-9414  SEVEN ISLES RESTAURANT  Ph. 883-2526  Sunshine Coast Highway  GARDEN BAY HOTEL CAFE  Pender Harbor���Ph. 883-2674  MALAWAHNA RESTAURANT  Selma Park ��� Ph.  885-2270  11 a.m. to 1 a.m.  Closed Mondays  BRIAN'S DRIVE-INN  Open 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.  On Highway ������ Gibsons  Ph. 886-2433  Entertainment  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Sunnycrest ��� Gibsons  886-2827 ��� Show Starts 8 p.m.  Always a Good Show  PAR 3 GOLF  Main Port Course  Pratt Road, Gibsons  SMITTY'S BOAT RENTALS  & MARINA  Gibsons Wharf���Ph. 886-7741  Published at Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2622  Volume 21  Number 29, August 3,  1967  Provincial Library,  Victoria, B�� C.  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE COAST  More log-rollng  Posters are out now inviting  entrants for , the Giibsons Firemen Swim Sports, with log rolling and long distance swim events on Aug. 13 at the Municipal  dock. Anyone entering should  register at the Dixon Barber  shop in'Gibsons. The log rolling has a $1 registration fee this  time to help give more and better prizes. , The long distance  swim from Keats Island to the  Municipal dock is open to anyone, but they must be accompanied by their own" boat and  coach.  Floats aire being organized and  if the weatherman keeps up the  good work, it will toe a fun day  for -alL- Everyone is welcome,  refreshments will be arranged  and clowns will be showing off,  giving goodies to the kids. Plan  to spend the day at the beach.  World travellers!  (By  ERNIE  BURNETT)  Over the weekend you may  have noticed a sail boat anchored in the bay, a common occurrence, but if you had looked^ a  little closer, you. wouldthayje  seen that she was flying^the  maple leaf flag as a courtesy  flag, and her flag staff was flying the Royal Hong Kong Yacht  club flag. She is the mast head  sloop Haida Sea, 35 ft. 3 inches  long, 8 ft. 9 inches beam, and is  powered by a 6 hp. Volvo Perita  which is used only for charging  batteries and for entering and  leaving harbors. 7   ,  She is owned and skippered by  retired Major J. R. Roberts, and  his charming wife Barbara. Major Roberts retired in Saigon in  1962, and then a long and most  interesting voyage started. They  left Singapore and went up Malacca Straits, stopping only at  Port.Dixon, Penang, and to the  island of Ceylon's Colombo about  the middle of February, 1963.  Then a 23 day passage to Aden  and a stop over for five weeks.  They then sailed for Ethiopia  :  Port   Sudan,   and   cleared   the  Suez Canal at the end of June,  1963, and spent the summer in  Lebanon, the Greek Islands and  as far as Corfu by the end of  the summer, then spent the winter in Malta. The following summer, 1964, they sailed to the  Italian Riviera, French Riviera,  Monaco, Balearic Islands, south  coast of Spain,and in September were in Gibraltar, getting  ready to cross the Atlantic.  They had a very bad* passage  from the Canary Islands to Barbados and the (trip took 42 days.  Then from Barbados to Grenada  and the next two years were  spent sailing up and down the  Caribbean, down as far as Trinidad. While in the Virgin Islands  their daughter decided *o get  married. Last October they set  out once more going south to  the Dutch Islands and several  stops along the way,  and then  JULY DRY  MONTH  The weather for July according to Dick Kennett, Giibsons  area weather observer, resulted  in a high of 82 degrees with a  mean average of. 62 degrees.  There were four days with rain  and total fall for those days was  1.37 inches. Sunny and warm  was his report about the month's  weather.  Panama, where they had mechanical difficulties and were held  up for a month. After 14 days  to the Galapagos, they spent 10  dajfs; then 3200; mile_7in 2$7day;s  7 fto 7Nukihiba''��� irif th^7Marquesas;;  ithen"anqtheii-.2300 odd miles to  Honolulu where they, slipped;the  ship and got ready for the trip  to Vancouver. They arrived in  Victoria on June 18, then into  Vancouver where they picked up  an old friend, Dick Stacey and  took a cruise around the coast  area.  Arriving in Gibsons on Friday,  they spent the weekend, leaving  early Monday morning for Vancouver, where they will rest up  and prepare for a return trip to  Grenada about the middle of  August.  Pick 1 of 82  Mr. F. A. Reyburn, of Burnaby has been selected as regional  building inspector by ' the Sunshine Coast Regional District  board of directors. His services  start Sept. 1- and by the same  time the building, plumbing and  sewage bylaws become effective  Mr. Reyurn has been with Burnaby municipality building department for the last many  years and was senior member of  the department. He was one of  four chosen out of 82 applicants  to get consideration for the job.  Starting salary will be $575 a  month. He has a summer home  in Pender Harbour area.  Protest made  Operation of a sawmill in Roberts Creek near the provincial  campsite park drew four letters  of protest to the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board meeting Friday  night in Roberts Creek school.  The letters argued the sawmill would reduce real estate  values in an area of residential  property, and that it was a menace to health as it drained towards a creek running through  the area.  Board members discussed how  firm were the regulations it  could use to .stop its operation  and came up with the advice  that the men involved in thh  sawmill operation apply to the  board and check on requirements under building, plumbing  and sewage bylaws before proceeding further.  Gibsons rejects  Bullock report  MAGISTRATE ANDREW Johnston of Sechelt died Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 in .Vancouver's  General" Hospital^ Death came  after a prolonged illness follow-,  ing a major operation. He had  been magistrate on the Sunshine  Coast many years and had served as magistrate in Vancouver  courts during the last 18 months  Mrs. Johnston was at the hospital when death came. Funeral  arrangements are being made in  Vancouver pending word from  relatives in Norway:  ���Gibsons village council has  decided not to go along with the  water-project as presented by  the Bullock report of the provincial government water rights  branch. ,  This report favors using Langdale Creek and available ground  '.water sources for a water system covering from Langdale to  Gower Point.  Instead the council favors the  Dayton report which favors.use  of Chapman Creek and an area  water board. Chapman Creek  watershed is approximately 10  times as great as Langdale  Creek and could service a much  wider area.  The Dayton report issued in  July, recommends.  1. That the village of Gibsons  advise the Sunshine Coast Regional District of its interest in  and support for an area water  organization to finance, design,  construct, operate and maintain  a primary water supply for the  Sunshine Coast.  2. That the village of Gibsons  advise the Sunshine Coast ��� Regional District that it will not  support   or   participate   in   the  specific plan of primary water  supply recommended in the 1967  Water Rights Branch repprt because the plan is inadequate and  unacceptable.  3. That the village of Gibsons  urge the Sunshine Coast Regional district to initiate and sponsor  a large scale plan of primary  water supply, utilizing Chapman  - Creek as the , source, designed  to serve both the initial and long  term requirements of the area  between Langdale and Halfmoon  Bay.  Argument produced in council  at Tuesday night's'meeting revealed the council was of the ���  opinion that local area water  district board would mean that  local district borrowing powers  would be tied up in the lesser  Bullock scheme. This would  leave no borrowing power available for the Chapman Creek  scheme. It was argued that it  would tend heavily towards double expenditure to eventually  bring in the Chapman Creek water source. Council felt that one .  expenditure even if larger,  would be cheaper in the long  run.  . Gibsons council Tuesday night  protested strongly against the  Public Health Unit's move to  "establish health officers in Powell River and Squamish, to service the Sunshine Coast area.  7  This would mean that no  health officer would be associated with the Gibsons "Health''Unit;  ��� ^Phil; Cremptoh; the ��� health off i-  7 ccr >fo. 7 rosign^7receritl^;"^wiil"  not-fbe replaced according id information provided by letter  from Dr." P. J. .Reynolds, director of the Regional Health Unit  from Powell River to Pemberton  Council decided to inform Dr.  Reynolds of council's attitude.  A copy of the letter will also go  to the Regional District board as  it too; is involved in health problems.^  B.CV Hydro asked for a water  supply to its North road substation by Oct. 31. The letter with  the request explained that $4,000  will be spent on landscaping the  south and west areas, work to  be completed by the end of October.  Bob Kelly, garbage collector,  has asked council to put up no  shooting signs around the garbage dump as he had suffered  experience of pot shot endeavours by persons in vicinity of  the dump.  Dumps open  After debate garbage dumps  under control of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District were left  open to the public until such  time as garbage collection is  organized.  This was decided at last Friday night's meeting of the board  in Roberts Creek school when  the problem of what to do with  Sechelt dump came to the fore.  It was decided that signs would  be erected showing the way to  the dump.  Chairman Norman Watson,'  basing his views on past experience, preferred the dumps remain closed to the public but  he bowed to the will of other  members of the board who were  o. Ihc opinion it was cheaper to  c'can up around dump areas  'hen it would be to have to clean  _._> .he highways from Port Mel-  Ian to Sechelt area.  r'EEK  WATER  BOARDS  n^bvts Creek and Gower  Porn! communities are planning  to c.ganize as water improvement districts. Meetings have  born held in both communities  :i v'ew of recommendations in  the  Bullock water report.  Regional men cautious  Which water should be used  for an area bulk supply, Chapman Creek or Langdale Creek?  The answer to this question is  sought by the Regional District  municipal board.  The .problem came before the  board at its Friday night meetr.  ing in-rRbberts .CreekrSchpph^The;  7b��ard?/mem^  a.  report,  on   the   situation   by:  Clerk Charles Gooding.  .In. summing up the situation  regarding bulk water supply at  present and some recommenda-  ions for the board on possible  action they could take, Clerk  Charles Gooding reported as follows:  ���There are two main areas in  which the board is concerned  with ��� bulk water supply. These -  areas are West Howe Sound and  the Sechelt, West. Sechelt and  Davis Bay area. In between the  Tsawcombe Indian Reserve area  and Roberts Creek have population pockets requiring supply  and distribution systems. I have  not considered Halfmoon Bay  area because at- present the  board has little information available on which to work.  From our present information,  the Bullock report and the Dayton report there is sufficient water available and sufficient users to make the exploitation of  these bulk supplies feasible. The  problems involved in obtaining  and. putting these bulk supplies  into Use are complex but are not  insurmountable providing the  existing legislation available under the Municipal Act and the  Water Act is used intelligently  and with the best interests of the:  user (taxpayer) being made the:  main consideration at all times..  In the West Howe Sound area.  . the problems are in two groups;,  and one is engineering. There is:  a difference of opinion over the  origin.of the bulk supply for the  . West Howe Sound areia. The Bul-  ^-pek-'-re^  ���dale Creek,  the Daytoi.-report  Chapman Creek.' The differences;  centre upon the supply of water  available from Langdale Creek.  Dayton considers it insufficient-  Bullock recommends it but with  auxiliary wells.  Bullock  thinks  Langdale and wells better than  any   other   alternative.   Dayton  thinks Chapman Creek with its  comparatively   huge  watershed  the answer to the whole area.  Both these men are experienced  engineers in the water field and  I believe sincere in their opinions.  Problem number two is the  organization of existing and potential water users in the bulk  supply area. This problem is  basically that of obtaining funds  to provide a bulk supply where  a large proportion of the existing users are not immediately  in need of water and are not  therefore eager to contribute as  organized units This resolves itself broadly into a situation  where approximately the .concentrated and organized haves  and an almost equal number of  spread out have nots effectively  create a stalemate.  To create an area water organization   in   the   West   Howe  (Continued on Page 12)  Bathtub coming to Fair?  Something new in the form of  a Mutt Show will be part of this  year's Sunshine Coast Fall Fair  opening Friday, August 11 and  continuing Saturday.  The Mutt show Saturday morning at 10.30 will have entries for  the longest and shortest tail or  legs, longest ears, shortest and  fattest dog, the smallest and  the best performer.  This should be an interesting  event with prizes being awarded  which will include some of the  Dr. Ballard animal food products.  Another unusual exhibit may  be the winning craft of Sunday's  Nanaimo - Vancouver bathtub  derby. The winner, Rusty Harrison, 21, of White Rock, is a  grandson of Ron Haig, Royal  Canadian   Legion   official   and  chairman of Gibsons and Area  Chamber of Commerce. Mr.  Haig is trying to get the winning  bathtub over to Gibsons for the  two days of the fair. Young Harrison is an employee in B.C.  Telephones' postal drafting department.  Gerry Clarke, secretary of the  fair, reports that there appears  to be a keen interest in, this  year's fair and it is quite likely  that with the excellent fruit weather this summer such exhibits  will be quite numerous.  There will also be Co-op dog  food donated as prizes and Co-op  flour for other events.  CAT ON LEASH FOUND  A grey cat with collar and  leash was found on the Sechelt  Queen ferry July 31. Its owner  can phone 880-7614 Coast News, Aug. 3, 1967.  Davis  ��^  *'FrankIy, I don't worry about the beat generation  u I've been living with it for 23  "  years.  Phone 886-2622       P.O. Box 460- Gibsons, B.C.  Published Thursdays at Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as second  class mail for payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department,  Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, B.C. Weekly Newspapers  Advertising Bureau, Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association, B.C.  Weekly Newspapers Association.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher.  Ed. Thomson, Advertising and Promotion Manager.  Subscription Rates: $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $4.50 per year.  A big decision  necessary  With two reports by engineers covering water possibilities in  the area from Port Mellon to Sechelt it would be reasonable to  maintain that Sunshine Coast Regional board directors would have  all that is required to go ahead with a scheme to supply the area  with water.  Such is not the case. The Bullock water rights branch report  prefers to use Langdale Creek as the basis of its water source  while the Dayton report, prepared for Gibsons village council prefers Chapman Creek.  The Bullock report outlines the use of Langdale Creek as the  base water supply for the area Langdale to Gower Point. It also  utilizes present local area water sources as ipart of the system.  The Dayton report regards Langdale Creek as a secondary supply and bases its contention on the use of Chapman Creek on a  much wider scale covering the area West Sechelt to Langdale. It  also utilizes local water sources as being part of the system.  The Langdale Creek project would take two years to put into  operation and the Chapman Creek project at least four years. Some  thinking by Regional District board members is'that increasing  population demands for water in the entire district would require  the greater of the two water projects, Chapman Creek, to satisfy  demands. This.point of view has created a doubt in the minds of  board directors as to which is the best scheme to consider.  During discussion on the problem at the last Regional District  meeting there was a suggestion dropped that perhaps the provincial government had some reason for adopting a hands off policy  as regards the use of Chapman Creek. As only top level govern  ment sources would have knowledge of this no answer was or is  available..  To help decide what would be best for the area board members  have decided to set, aside one evening in a committee of the whole  meeting to give the issue as wide discussion as possible before,  there is thought of pinning down any project.  With Langdale Creek being an uncertain water source in dry  periods and Chapman Creek being extremely expensive to develop  for the whole area's use, there fs reason for doubt as. to which  system to support.  Linguistic atrocities  When one hears atrocious sentences uttered on TV or radio and  sometimes appearing in respectable newspapers, even as respectable as the Coast News, one can only wonder how some of the millions of dollars used to educate the young were used.  Not only does sentence construction create wonderment but  the fact that periods creep into sentences is of no account to some  announcers who prattle on regardless of places where they could  at least pause half a second.  There is the prime example involving a proofreader, a woman  of precision and extreme propriety who checked a story written by  a reporter. He wrote as follows:  "Willie Brown, the boy who was burned in the West end by a  live wire..."  On the following day the reporter found on his desk a frigid  note, asking: "Which is the West end of a boy?"  It took only an instant to reply: "The end the son sets on, of  course."  COAST NEWS  20 YEARS AGO  B.C. Fir Company Ltd., Sechelt division, plans a $100,000  sawmill on the east side of  Porpoise Bay.  Dr. Hugh Inglis has extended  medical service to cover Sechelt and Halfmon Bay areas.  Sechelt Union Estates store  safe was broken into and some  $6,000 in cash, bonds and  jewelry was stolen.  Porpoise Bay lots were advertised from $160 up; Gibsons  $350 up and Gower Point $400  each.  Announcement was made that  the Summit General store was  going to be opened at West  Sechelt by Mr. Hartman and  his sister.  Comment was made by one  writer on the unruly behavior  of ch'ldren attending mo Vie  shows.  Official opening of the new  wharf at Gibsons was set for  August 16 with the Salvation  Army band taking part.  Changes to the Navigable  Waters Protection act. to cover  the effects of water pollution  created by cargo vessels is advocated) by Jack Davis, MP,  Coast-Capilano in a letter fo  Minister of Transport J. W.  Pickersgill. Argument present--  ed by Mr. Davis refers to (he  probabilities of another Torrey,  Canyon disaster in Canadian  waters similar to the oil problem this wreck created on the  coast of England and the s5nk-  ing of an oil barge off Pasley  Island,   near. Gibsons.  The   letter  from   Mr.   Davis  reads as follows:  Were Canada to be faced with  a Torrey Canyon incident, it  would be in bad shape: The  Navigable Waters Protection"  Act does not cover incidents  like this. It never has. So the  entire cost of cleaning up the  mess would fall on the should- -  ers  of the Canadian taxpayer.  The chances of a $17 million  Torrey Canyon incident in Canada are growing daily. Oil  tankers are getting bigger. And  more oil carriers are moving.,  along our coasts. It is only a"'  matter of time before a major  accident occurs. And when it  does we should be prepared to  deal with -it, not only in terms  of cleaning up the pollutioi:,  but also in terms of recovering our costs from those who  are primarily responsible for  hazards  of this kind.  We have already had an example of what can happen under these circumstances. When  a large oil barge sank in Howe  Sound in 1964 it caused a great  deal of damage to surrounding  property. An oil leak developed with the result that considerable wildlife was destroyed and  neighboring beaches were rendered unusable for several  seasons.  COPYRIGHT APPLIED FOR  We welcome written questions on legal points from  readers. If possible they  will be answered in this  column. Letters must be  brief, signed and your address shown. Send to "Point  of Law," c/o this newspaper.  A reader wants to know if a  business can be forced to sell  an article at a given price as  offered in a trade catalogue.  Every contract must have  four parts: form, offer, acceptance and consideration or a  seal. Form simply refers to  whether the contract is in writing, by word of mouth, or understood. Offer���someone must  offer to do something, that is,  buy or sell an article of goods.  Acceptance���the person to whom  the offer was made must accept  it. Consideration is, for example, payment of money or  delivery of goods. A seal vs a  small red paper wafer stuck  to a written contract ��� which  does away with the necessity  for consideration.  To return to the question, it  implies that the offer may be  accepted by letter. A contract  can indeed be, and quite offen  is, entered into by a series of  letters through the mail, if the  letters properly set out the  four parts of the contract mentioned above. The offer that  appears in the trade catalogue  would not, however, in general  be regarded by our law as an  offer in the sense that this  term is used in law ��� as be:ng,  that is, one of the four essenr  tial parts of a contract. This  is not really an offer in the  eyes of the law ��� it is rather  an invitation to treat ��� or to  bargain. The reply to such a  catalogue listing would bo the  offer ��� which would have to  be accepted by the person who  proposes to sell the goods.  To be an effective offer, the  words used must be capable of  being applied to a specific per-  marine  The company which' owned  the barge, Barge Ten 'Company;,  of San Francisco, (at the tiihe  of floundering it was carrying  fuel oil from the Texaco Refinery in Anacortes, Washington to the Canadian Forest  Products Company's mill in  Port Mellon, B.C.), abandoned  the hulk. It threw up its hands  and left the Federal taxpayer.  in the position of having to  raise the barge in nearly 300  feet of water. .The resultant cost  was fantastic. The Auditor Genr  eral's report for 1965 said that  a total of $430,000 had to be  spent before the source of pollution was removed. The1 lives  of two divers were jeopardized  in the process. And despite all  this the Barge Ten Company  of San Francisco got off scott  free.  This incident in Howe Sound  should not be repeated; And  we have had sufficient warning. The $17 million Torrey  Canyon incident off the south  coast of England merely serves  to underline the need for our  Navigable Waters Protection  Act to be amended and amended immediately. Section 15 of  the Navigable Waters Protection Act should be amended,  perhaps, as follows:  "When any vessel, cargo, or  other thing is wrecked, sinking, lying ashore or grounded  in navigable waters and is not  an obstruction to navigation but  is causing water pollution, or  constitutes a danger to waterfowl or marine life,'or is detrimental to the enjoyment of  coastal property, the Minister  may order the owner of such  vessel, cargo or other thing to  begin forthwith and prosecute  diligently to completion, the removal or destruction thereof  and may, in case of default,  order such removal or destruc-  ution  POINT  OF LAW  u ' ���;  bf -/v [-Practicing. aLawyr  son who acts upon them and  thus accepts the offer. A legal  offer must be distinguished from  mere statements of intention  and from invitations to transact  business. Advertisements, fliers,  circulars and exaggerated  statements of the value or  quality of certain goods are not  offers and the seller cannot  be forced in law to sell by the  mere acceptance of such statements. This field of law is,  however, a tricky one and  there are numerous border line  cases. For specific problems,  the advice of a lawyer should  be sought.  tion   in   such  manner   and   by  such means 'as he thinks fit."  I have taken    this    wording  from   a  private  members'   Ml  which is already before the  house of commons. However  as private members' bills rarely get the attention they deserve, and because their passage-is by no means guaranteed  in any case, i believe that the  government should take this  matter in its own hands. -A  short government bill should be  drafted to this effect and given  top priority, in/the fall session  of parliament.  , This is not a. controversial  issue. Certainly it is not a matter in which political parties  will take sides. We are surely  (Continued on Page 9)  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Tuesdays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.  Thursdays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.  Saturdays 3:30 p.m/'to 7 p.m.  Post Office Building, Sechelt  Telephone 885-2333  N.   Richard  rvicKibbiW  A   PERSONAL  INSURANCE   SERVICE  PHONE 886-2062 GIBSONS, B.C.  ll��IIa*IMUMMII*>MII<��Mi>M��iltl>��tflfl(H>MI���jI(,  DENTISTS  ��� ������������    Dr.  Dr.  Dr.  L. OHM               Dr. C. H. RIDLEY  R. PATTON               Dr. M. WONG  E. BATA  >  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE  For Appointments phone 886-7020  .     "��� 9 to 5 Weekdays  FREEDOM  OF CHOICE  IS YOUR PRIVILEGE  In this wonderful country of ours all of us  are guaranteed many rights and privileges not  enjoyed every where. We can worship whom we  please, speak our minds without fear and our  property cannot be seized without due process  of law. When we are sick, we can select the  particular physician we prefer. We are not regimented or owned by the state.  Another one of your many freedoms is the  right to choose the particular pharmacy you want -  to fill your prescriptions/When a physician prescribes a medicine he can either phone the particular pharmacy you wish or you can bring the  prescription to that pharmacy yourself. May we  be your personal pharmacy? :   .        ,,, 71 ,7 *  7:  Your doctor can phone us when you heed a  medicine. We will constantly endeavor to keep  abreast of the expanding activities in the field  of pharmacy ��� in this pra of ^reat change. We  pledge at all times to be in the position to offer the finest of pharmaceutical services.  KRUSE DRUG STORES LTD..  Rae W. Kruse  Dependability ��� Integrity��� Personal Service  Sechelt Gibsons  885-2238 ��� .886-2234  Pharmaceutical Chemists & Druggists  STORE HOURS��� 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ��� FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  OPEN AIL DAY WEDNESDAYS  Go with  For total chain sawp0orman0  Faster Acceleration1  ��� Smooth Idling  ���  More Power  ���   More Production  ��� Greater Fuel Economy  PIONEER  14-20  chain saw!  ��6203  Smiffy's Boat Rentals and Marina  GIBSONS ��� Phone 886-7711 Colorful annuals lustre tp gardens  The; Plant  Research ..-Institute, <.  Ottawa by A. R. Buckley  Give your garden -more lus-;  tre, buoyancy and conviviality  by planting ah Abundance of  cheerful and colorful annuals.  You can create atmosphere or.  tone in a garden by using these  delightful carefree plants. If a  quiet reserved corner is 7de_ir-  ed, plant night-scented, -stocks  and flowering tobacco -ftp give  you soft colors and delightful  fragrance. If you wish to" bid  the whole world welcome,  emblazon yuor garden with  vibrant, kaleidoscopic petunias.  Start at the front walk or  driveway: On each side plant  the new Floral Carpet snapdragons, in separate .or mixed  colors. These will form compact mats of bloom that last  all summer long jf 7ybu * keep  the   fading  flower  stems   cut.  Use them, too, in between the  evergreen foundation- plants :n  full isun.��he fantastic free-  bloomihg Golden Nuggets marigolds #re also good so are  geraniums7and. cannas.  If you have a bungalow, a  somewhat semicircular bed of  armualjs;'���%//'$ each end of the  fouridatiqini7 border will give  beauty to the front of your  house; or you can make a bed  at the corners of the property  line banked by shrubs or a  small hedge so that both may  be seen from a window. 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CJrande  - To plunder  - tvithiislasm  - layers  - Circle segmen'  - Tenet  - That Is (Latin  abbrev.)  - Greek letter  - Association of  Astronaut (nbb.)  growing ones toward the front.  When you plant a bed of annuals, use dwarf compact edging annuals at the front. For  example, Blue Kiss or Blue  Blaze ageratum, Bravo dian-  thus, Snow Carpet sweet .alys-  sum or Mrs. Clibran lobei:a  are all very effective cultivars  for this purpose./  If you want a distinctive, bed  of annuals, use dwarf types  like ageratum, fibrous rooted  begonias or Dark Opal swect:  basil, and dot the. bed ��� with  plants like the s'lyery-leaved  dfisty miller to give height and  interest.  .���, Another very effective combination is white petunias and,  here  and there,  plants  of  the  Dark Opal basil  or the taller-  growing deep red-leaved perilla.  Other planting arrangements  you might like to try are Salvia farinacea 'Blue Bedder'  and Pink Button zinnias, which  will provide color in the garden  all summer long as well as  abundant material for cut flowers. Deep blue petunias such  as Blue Magic and the golden  yellow French marigold-Sparky,  produce a very colorful effect.  Yellow and green leaved coleus  and blue ageratum will give  you a -'combination that will effectively brighten dull shady  corners.  In the rock garden use the  dwarf bedding types such as  sweet   alyssum,   ageratum,   lo  belia, pygmy marigolds, sanvi-  talia and fibrous-rooted begonias. The Floral Carpet  snapdragons and the new dwai-f  pompom zinnias are also excellent plants for this location.  However, avoid large and colorful petunias for the rockery as  they will overshadow the more  exquisite fine-textured alpines.  Instead, plant restrained types  such as the yellow Moonbeam  or Brass Band primroses, or  small blue ones such as Capri  and Sky Magic.  Tall and medium-sized zinnias grow well in the herbaceous border, where they will  hide bulb foilage and grow over  the oriental poppy leaves. Use  lots of the edging mound types,  too, at the front of the border  and tall annuals like cleome  and cosmos  at  the  back.  Coast News, August 3, 1967-  LAND   ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate at Pender Harbour.  Take notice that Gerald B.  Fincham of Madeira Park, occupation Hotel Operator, intends  to apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  at the N.W. corner of Lot B,  Han 12168, D.L. 1023, Gp. 1,  N.W.D. thence North 200';  thence East 225' thence South  200' to the N.E. corner of said  Lot B; thence West 225' to the  point of commencement and containing one acre, more or less,  for the purpose of Boat Landing.  Gerald B. Fincham  S.B. Hoefsloot, B.C.L.S.,  Box 293,  Sechelt, B.C.  Agent.  Dated July 14, 1967.  July 27, Aug. 3, 10, 17.  Mrs. A. Currie of R.R. 1, Gi-  sons is pictured above display-,  ing her own Centennial project,  a 54" x 64" Dogwood afghan.  It was crocheted in her spare  time over a period of five weeks  while residing with her daughter in Marathon, Ont., last winter. ���  The   afghan   consists   of   360  squares centred with B.C.'s provincial flower, the dogwood. Mrs  Currie has kindly donated the  afghan to the Roberts Creek  Ladies Auxiliary . to Legion  Branch 219 to be raffled at the  bazaar in Decemfber. Tickets-  may be obtained from any mem-  er of the L.A. or at stores where  the afghan will be displayed.  We Welcome . . .  Our New Tenants  We are happy to provide new and modern  office and store space for���  ��� SECHELT AGENCIES Ltd.  ��� GIBSONS BAKERY  ��� NEVENS TELEVISION  y  and Thank  ,  j.v     all those associated with us in the plan-  77^ ning  and construction  of trie  addition to  the  MARINE DRIVE BUILDING  JERRY DIXON  ANNUAL  Starts Thursday, August 3  OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF  UP  to  50%  O m  AIL DRASTICALLY  REDUCED  for Quick Clearance  .tiHimmimuuuuuuuiumuiuuuuiuuuiuuuimuuwiramuunnfflinh.  NOW is the  time for GREAT  SAVINGS  Use your Revolving or  Charge Accounts  GRAB TABLE  BARGAINS  SUMMER  COATS  Only a  few  left  'O OFF  SPORTS WEAR  SLIMS - SKIRTS  TOPS, Etc.  Great Chance fo Save on Name Brands  tuimm.mmiiw  DON'T MISS OUT ON THESE  Special Values  RACK OF  DRESSES  PRICED TOO LOW TO ADVERTISE  We hold only  TWO SALES  a year  If you miss this ��� Don't  Blame us���Savings for All  GREAT SAVINGS ON FIRST QUALITY  NYLONS  You'll need  2 or 3  Pairs  Pair  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  NEXT TO THE  BANK OF  MONTREAL,   GIBSONS ��� Phone 886-9543  \y^mm?x-/ %.  y\ y.  600 miles an hour!  The   scream  of  600  mile   an  hour jets and the soft purr of a  plane that is almost 50 years old  will be part of the sights and  sounds of PNE '67.  The jets are the Royal Canadian Air Force's famed Golden  Centennaires ��� an offshoot of  the equally famous and now disbanded RCAF Golden Hawks  aerobatic team.  The Golden Centennaires will  put on dazzling aerobatic displays over Exhibition Park  grounds at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00  p.m. on August 25 and 26. The  group is giving 100 shows across  Canada to celebrate the country's Centennial.  The Centennaires have a var  ied format using five, six, seven  and nine Tudor jet aircraft during their displays.  The double bomb burst with  a solo vertical roll followed by  a cross over is one of the highlights of the show.  For those who like the oldies  there will be two AVRO 504K  military trainers that were first  used in 19-18. They will putt-putt  across the grounds on the same  two days at a dashing 80 miles  an hour.  There will also be a CF-1C4 operational fighter aircraft in the  displays.  The PNE with its "Century  Pacific" theme runs from August 19 to September 4.  Fire Alarm Procedure  To place a Fire Call at Gibsons OR Area covered  by the Gibsons Fire Protection District.  (Be Calm and Clear)  1. Immediately dial phone number 886-2345  2. Wait for someone to answer  3. Give them (A) Location of Fire & Address  (B) Name of Resident Involved  (C) Extent of Involvement  (D) Your Name  4. Ensure everyone is out of the building no  matter how small the fire is  5. Dispatch someone or yourself fo nearest  roadway fo direct Firemen or R.C.M.P.  FIRE ALARM TESTS  To ensure the proper mechanical function of the fire phone-  alarm system the public is asked to have patience with the  sounding of a TEST ALARM on the 1st Monday of each  month at 8:00 p.m.  TO PREVENT CONFUSION all people "not directly concerned" with the emergency are asked to REFRAIN FROM  PHONING EMERGENCY NUMBERS in order to give the  Volunteers an opportunity to receive the message with dispatch. -��� j, 'i  VOLUNTEER FIRE SERVICES  Coast News, August 3, 1967.  Letters to editor  Editor: I was delighted to see  Mr. Freeman's Canadian Red  Cross' letters on the front page  recently.  If one stops to think, our swim  ming classes on the coasts have  had instructors who were taught  Bronze medal standards under  Red Cross auspices.  All invalid equipment is available including wheel chairs,  bed pans, commodes, crutches  and other items .  Further if the public demands  it classes in home nursing, invalid cooking and sewing can be  had with Red Cross instructors.  In this area the blood clinic  is run by the Kinsmen club but  who finds the equipment?  Our good friends the volunteers work hard and collect  money for the excellent Red  Cross service all over the world  for those who are destitute, refugees, victims of war, pestilence and earthquake.  When a real campaign starts  here remember if yqu are not  undernourished help those who  are less fortunate and give generously.     ��� Dorothy Greene.   "'  When  did Armistice   Day  become Remembrance Day?  Until i931 what we know as  Remembrance Day ���November  11 ��� was called Armistice Day.  It is an annual statutory holiday in Canada and now honors  the memory of those who died  in the two world wars. From  1921 to 1931 Armistice Day. was  observed, together with Thanksgiving Day, on the Monday of  the week in which- November  11 fell. The symbol of Remembrance Day is the red poppy  of Flanders fields, replicas of  which are made by .disabled  war . veterans and distributed  by means of a tag. day organized by the Canadian Legion.  MUSIC EXAM RESULTS  Two students of Aletta Gilker  A.R.C.T., went to Vancouver in  June to take their pianoforte examinations    which   were   held  there by the RoyaL Conservatory  of Toronto. These results, just  announced, are: Grade 5j first,  class honors, David Fromager,  and Grade 2, honors, Philip Mar  d.son.  SEPTIC TANK PUMP  Anytime  Phone886-2848  there's life insurance, there's guaranteed  financial security! Security for the future  is the "dream" of everyone.. .but it can be  a "realityV for you if yow plan for it today.  Guarantee your future the Great-West  way. Call:  For further  particulars  write to  BOX 600  GIBSONS  B.C.  Robert E. Lee  Great-West Life  ASSURANCE   COMPANY  G-m    Illllllll       I      .,     Nllll��ll IJIIIN��     ,-_���_^  Nevens Celebrates by Moving  to a New Improved \ ^  We're all set fo greet you in our new store  across Ihe way from the Co-op first thing  Thursday morning, August 3rd.  See our New and Representative line���  Television - Radios  PHILLIPS - ZENITH ��� FLEETWOOD  SONY RADIOS  to Serve You  Better  New Stock ��� greater selection, leading Television, Radio, Hi-fi, Electric Appliances  Razors, Etc.  See the Latest pushbutton  G.E. Toaster-Oven  NOW IN CANADA FOR THE FIRST TINE  A compact combination Toaster  and Roaster  THREE  Door-opening  rDive-in' Prizes  SANYO TRANSISTOR  Complete with Radio  Marine Band  Compact Holiday  TRANSISTOR RADIO  G.E. ELECTRIC IRON  Prizes will be drawn  4 p.m., Saturday' Aug. 5  Save on These  ELECTRIC ELEMENTS - FLOOR POLISHER  VACUUM CLEANERS - ELECTRIC CLOCKS  TOASTERS - KETTLES  G.E. ELECTRIC SLICING KNIVES  Complete Stock of Bulbs  FL0URESCENT -PROJECTOR -CAMERA  EXPERT REPAIRS  RADIOS & TELEVISION  tl. 15 CENTENNIAL DOLLARS 15  GIVEN   AWAY   FREE  ___   The first five customers Thurs., Fri., Sat. wHI receive a  <v>  *  Centennial Dollar for good luck on purchases of $25 up  NEVENS TELEVISION & RADIO  Come and visit us at our new location in Jerry Dixon's Marine Drive Building���Ph. 886-2280 HiFdlks!  Meet me and all rny: pals  at the l  -TUX*  *^fc    sms  OES holds garden party  Awards and Prizes for all  us dogs at the  SUNSHINE COAST  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  Activity Room  Sat,, Aug. 12  10 a.m.  Sponsored by  Dr. BALLARD DOG FOOD  Division   Standard  Brands  Limited  and  ELPHINSTONE.;���_*�� 7  COOP STORE  ONE^OF'THE'MOST exciting - event. <)f tlu* ic.onl Gymkhana held  at the Little Bit Ranch was the wild horse race, in which teams  were required to catch and saddle unbroken horses and ride them  across the finish line. Above Dave Tatfcrie tries to catch one of  the horses in order to saddle it.  Top climbers compete  Two of the fastest speed  climbers in the world / will be  competing for prize money during the. International Woodsman competitions at the PNE's  spectacular International Festival of Forestry. The pair are  Ameitfcans,- Dwight Carpenter  and Kelly Stanley.  Carpenter and Stanley will  compete from August 28 to  PNE closing day on September  4 on the soaring 80-foot climbing poles in the three acre feature attraction area east of the  Livestock Buildings.  First and Second place winners   in  speed   climbing   each  OTTAWA CONTRIBUTES  A contribution of $78,1.0 from  the federal health resources  fund to British Columbia for  the Ophthalmology Resea rch  and Teaching unit :n Vancouver is announced by National  He'alth aind Welfare Minister  Allan J. MacEachen.  Your printing can be serviced  at the only print shop this side  of Jervis Inlet ������ the Coast  News plant. Always open to  visitors.  The picturesque grounds of the  R. Cumming home on Beach  Avenue were gay with stalls, tea  tables and guests for the OES  tea and sale, an annual affair  to further cancer projects.  Mrs. J. E. Fletcher, PGM,  opened the event after the guests  had been welcomed by the worthy matron of Mt. Elphinstone  Chapter, Mrs. V. Franske, and  the associate matron, Mrs. R..  Quigley.  The silver bowl with beautifully arranged roses, pinks and  spirea which graced the head  table on a lace cloth with pink  underlay, was the work of Mrs.  R. Eades, P.M., G.C, as was the  floral decoration on the tea tables which dotted the west lawn.  Pouring were Mrs. Fletcher,  Mrs. Eades, past matrons and  guests from Powell River.  Several male members of the  chapter mingled with the guests  and assisted where they could,  and girls from Job's Daughters  entertained the small fry.  All the well-stocked stalls did  a rushing business, according ot  Mrs. N. Hough, the convenor.  Hampers were won by Mrs.  Eades, Mrs. J. Roy and Mrs.  J. Garlick, while Mrs. J. Fisher  successfully guessed the weight  Coast News, Aug. 3, 1967.       3  of the rhubarb. A doll, donated  by the Past Matrons club, was  won by Mrs. R. Cumming. Vases went to Barry Franske and  the Centennial dollar to Mrs. A.  Aitchison.  Mrs. Doris Drummond, at the  gate, reported that the winning  ticket for the gate prize, 25524,  had not been claimed.  Refreshments, home cooking,  articles to sell and the project  were all top quality, and the  ideal setting provided by Mr.  and Mrs. Bob Cumming's lovely  flowers and spacious lawns, enhanced by the sparkling Georgia  Straits waters under a cloudless  blue sky, made the day one to  be remembered.  day will win $100 and $50 respectively. In the finals on the  last day, September 4, the first  place man will get if.00, the  second $450, the third $300 and  the fourth $150.  A total fo $30,000 in prize  money will be at stake during  the two week show, which  starts with the1 B.C. Novice  Logger division from August  19 to August 22 and the B.C.  Championship Logger competitions frOm Aug. 23 to Aug. 26.  Thursday  3  GIBSONS LEGION HALL - 8 p.m.  19 GAMES $10 or OVER  20th GAME  $500-50 CALLS $100���54 CALLS  $250-52 CALLS        $50-55 CALLS or OVER  Minors under 16 not allowed  GIBSONS WELFARE FUND  Door Prize $  Draw  40  Winner must be in Attendance  Ooohhh, ahhh... just what you're looking for. \  Find REAL ESTATE fast in the YELLOW PAGES.  Where your fingers do the walking.  important  announcement  for  SUNSHINE COAST  automobile  owners  FREE WATER  FILL YOUR WELL WITH  CO0Lr CLEAR, GOV'T INSPECTED  MOUNTAIN STREAM WATER  NOMINAL HANDLING CHARGE FOR TANK TRUCK  AND EQUIPMENT  Normal drop 1,000 gallons  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, RATES, Etc.  DAYS - Phone 8862663  NIGHTS -886-2378, 886-2915  The PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE Co, Ltd.  announce a new  AUTOMOBILE   RATING   PROGRAMME  that offers many advantages  IF.' ��� you drive less than 10,000 miles annua Ify or,  ��� you do not drive to work or drive less than  3 miles to work or,  ��� you own two cars or,  ��� you are over 25 years of age and/or,  ��� you are 3 or 5 years accident free  ��� You are interested in finding out what advantages  this programme offers you,  CONSULT YOUR NEAREST INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENT,  J. H. G. (JIM) DRUMMOND INSURANCE AGENCY LTD.  1545 Gower Point Rd., Box 274,  Gibsons, B.C.  H,.B. GORDON & KENNETT LTD.  Cowrie Street, Box 123,  Sechelt, B.C.  REPRESENTING  The PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE Co. Ltd, Coast News, August 3, 1967.  COMING EVENTS  Aug. 7, Sunshine Coast Fall Fair  Committee, 8 pjm., St. Bartholomew's Parish Hall.  ENGAGEMENT  Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Blakeman  announce the engagement of  their daughter Barbara May to  Garry Walter, son of Mr. and  Mrs. E. Reitze, the wedding to  take place Aug. 12 in Vancouver  DEATHS  JARVIS ��� Mrs. Mileda on July  31, in Vancouver. Survived by  her husband, Ernest in England,  :3 sons, Donald, Calgary; Norman, Regina; Raymond, Edson;  -4 daughters, Mrs. R. D. (Mil  dred) Young, West Vancouver;  Mrs. W. O. (Joan) Quarry, Gibsons; Mrs. R. D. (Ruth) Mac-  Kenzie, Edmonton; Mrs. L. P.  (Dorothy) Trainor, Kamloops; 4  brothers, 2 sisters, 34jgrandchi_-  <dren and 1 great-grandchild. Fu-  zneral service was held from _*t.  .Joseph's Church, Vancouver on  July  25  with burial  at  Ocean  View Cemetery.  FLORISTS  M}SC. FOR SALE (Cont'd)  Sun Derby just around the corner. 2 dozen new rods and reels  just arrived at  Earl's in Gibsons  886-9600  JAY BEE  USED  FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  We buy and sell everything.  New, used and reconditioned  chain saws and outboards. All  makes and models.  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Sechelt, Phone 885-9626  For guaranteed, watch and jewel  ry repairs, see Chris's Jewelers,  Sechelt.  38" precast tile for septic tanks  and wells. Plumbing and back-  hoe.  Bill  Warren,  886-2762.  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C & S Sales. Ph.  885-9713. Sechelt.  SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE  BOATS FOR SALE  Wreaths and sprays  LissiLand   Florists.  Phone  886-9345,  Gibsons.  FLOWERS for all Occasions  Gilker's Flower & Garden Shop  Sechelt 885-9455  HELP  WANTED  Cook wanted for Peninsula Hotel. For details phone 886-2472.  WANTED ��� Correspondent to  represent Dun & Bradstreet of  Canada Ltd. in the Giibsons-Se-  chelt area on a part time oasis.  Job requires direct interviews  with businessmen in the area.  Retired persons acceptable. Apply by letter stating qualifications to R. Goulet, Dun & Brad-  street of Canada Ltd., P.O. Box  2077, Vancouver, B.C.         Experienced boom man, Universal Timber Products Ltd., Ph.  $86-2539.   WORK WANTED  Handyman, cabinet maker.  Saws and scissors sharpened,  reasonalble. Phone Bill, 886-9902.  Mrs. Alan Greene, phone 885-  9328, will cater for private parties, weddings, anniversaries etc  at home or in public halls. Flower arrangements, food purchasing and cooking. Bouquets, corsages. ENJOY YOURSELF and  leave all the washing up and extra help to me.   House maintenance, for all your  little jobs,  phone Ian,  886-2568.  Typing done in my own home.  Phone 886-7168.  For your painting, interior  _nd exterior, and paper hanging, phone David Nystrom,  886-7759.  MISC. FOR SALE  Sorrel filly, 2 years old, green  broken, $150 cash. Phone 886-  7064.  Motorcycle, 1965 Suzuki 80 cc.  Best cash offer. Phone 886-7196  preferably after 6.  Elgin 4 hp. O.B. motor, 6 month  old, good condition, $100. Or-  cana electric chord organ, play  by number, $85. Phone 885-2357.  Large Franklin fireplace, basket, screen, pipes, Al, $50 Elphinstone Ave., (Montrose Cottage) Granthams.  Knit-King knitting machine with  complete instructions and some  patterns.  885-9598.  Beautiful 2 bedroom mobile  home, 10' x 55' Terms. Phone  886-2562.  5 piece green and chrome kitchen set. Phone 886-7457.  Citizens band 2 way radio, radio and mobile antenna with 50  ft. coax wire. Price $95. Phone  880-7069.  Old refrigerators for sale as  smoke houses. Phone 886-9949.  SPORTING  GOODS  Hardware and appliances  Where  your dollar  has  more  cents  EARLS IN GIBSONS  886-9600  Good local ��� nay for sale, $1" a  bale delivered.  Phone 946-6568.  Used furniture, ur what have  vou? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons.  Phone 886-9950.  Runabout boat storage available  for winter. Phone 886-2400,  George Enlander, Shaw Road,  Gibsons.  11 ft. Mirror class sailboat, fully equipped, terylene sails. $360.  Phone 883-2489.  14^ ft. sailboat, fully equipped  with nylon sails. $395. Must be  cash. 885-2087.  For complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability  insurance; claims and adjustments, contact Captain W. Y.  Higgs, Marine Consultant, Box  339, Gibsons. Phones 886-9546,  and 885-9425.  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  '54 Ford. Motor has 30,000 miles  $125. Phone 886-9617.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop  885-9778  Evenings by appointment  See our large selection of wedding invitations and announcements at the Coast News, l  COMPRESSED AIR  SERVICE FOR  Skindivers' and Firemen's  air tanks  skindivers available  for Salvage work  marine accessories  Paint, fibreglass, rope, canvas,  boat hardware  WALT  NYGREN  SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, 886-9303  Alcoholics Anonvmous. Post Office Box 294, Sechelt. Phone  886-9876.  FOR RENT  Gibsons area, new 3 bedroom  home with full basement for rent  or sale. 1400 sq. ft., on 1 acre  land. Rent $110, price on house  018,500.  836-9513  or 879-6074  1 bedroom, basement, house in  Gibsons.  Phone 886-2098.  3 room completely furnished,  heated suite, separate entrance.  Phone after 6, 886-2861.  3 room, cottage with stove and  fridge, centre Gibsons. Prefer  bachelor or retired couple, $45.  Phone 886-7756.  _7 ft.  trailer,  2 bedrooms. Ph.  883-2762.  Small office, $38 per month, including light and heat. New  Whitaker Block, Davis Bay. Ph.  885-2280.  BEST ACCOMMODATION  IN GIBSONS  MAPLE CRESCENT  NEW DELUXE APARTMENT  3 bedroom apartments vacant  now. F RE E heat, washing  facilities, drapes, blinds, park-  ::v\r?. water, garbage collection. Colored appliances and  plumbing. Luxury living at low  cost.  Phone 886-7049  WANTED TO RENT  Small modern suite, (or small  house) unfurnished or furnished, for single person, Gibsons or  vicinity, for Oct. 1. Box 1016,  Coast News.  CONSTRUCTION  House and building removal.  Experienced construe tion  crew. Estimates supplied.  Phone, call or write Simip-  kinspl-ace. Davis Bay, Tel.  885-2132.  Everything lor your  building needs  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES  Sechelt. Phone 885-2283  Gibsons ��� Immaculate two bedroom fully serviced . view  home with den and half  basement. Large kitchen.  Auto oil heat. Full price  $9,500. Terms.  Roberts Creek ��� Secluded, 1.8  acres close to beach and  store. Ideal summer campsite. Full price $1,500.  West Sechelt ��� Waterfront,  comfortable two - bedroom  bungalow on large, landscaped lot with excellent  view. 57 feet frontage on  good beach. Full price $8,500  Terms.  Pender Harbour ��� Waterfront,  new development in year-  round sheltered bay. Easy  access off paved road. All  lots fully serviced and virtually level. Waterfront and  semi-waterfront lots, priced  from $.,'500 to $6,500.  For these and other choice  properties on the Sunshine  Coast, call Frank Lewis or  Morton Mackay at Gibsons  office, 886-9900.  FINLAY REALTY Ltd.  GIBSONS    and    BURQUITLAM  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  886-2166   &  886-2500  Bright 2-bedroom .home, view  living room, close to sea: $3000  down on full price $8,500. Handy  to village.  Two bedroom bungalow on almost level lot in Gibsons. Full  price $11,000, terms.  Close in ��� three bedroom  home, bright, newly decorated.  Good water. Terms on $12,000.  Two bedroom home (could be  3) on good view street, nicely  decorated. A/oil furnace, etc.  Terms on $9,500.  Village lots, good locations,  $1,100 and up. Buy now for fall  building.  Waterfront listings are going  fast ��� 'nuff said.  Do Wortman 886-2393  J.   Warn 886-2681  . Box 238, Gibsons,  B.C.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  27 ft. trailer and lot for sale.  Low down payment. Phone 886-  2762.  Large family home ��� 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, plus 2  small bachelor suites in basement ��� on 2 lots >��� fruit trees  and lawns ��� scenic view,  centrally located in Gibsons.  Specially priced at $19,500.  Terms and might consider  suitable small bungalow or  cottage as part payment.  P.O. Box 138, Gibsons, B.C.  Large house on IY2 acres. Double plumbing. Suitable for board  ing house, or nursing home, or  just family living. Close to all  facilities, in an excellent location. For further details contact  owner at 885-9598.  WATERFRONT PROPERTY  VIEW  PROPERTY  REVENUE   PROPERTY  4 and 2 bedroom homes, priced  from   $5000   up.   Terms.   L.   A.  Fraser (owner) Box 427, Sechelt  885-2041.  1 bedroom, basement, house in  Gibsons.   $5000.   Phone   886-2098.  Waterfront, good beach, 3 bedroom house, full cement basement, 5 years old, full price  $15,500. Terms. Box 308, Sechelt.  Phone 885-9429.  3 excellent lots, semi-waterfront  property. Hopkins Landing. Ph.  886-9613, ask for Ed.   LARGE  VIEW  LOTS  in choice residential subdivision  ��� Gower Point. Buy direct and  save. Terms. R. W. Vernon 886-  2887.   Lot, 69' x 210' on Rosamonde  Road. Level. Phone 886-9379.  PROPERTY WANTED  Wanted by middle aged couple,  waterfront cottage or house on  Sunshine Coast. Would rent or  lease with option to purchase.  Careful tenants. Phone Mclsaac  FUELS  Alder, stove and fireplace wood  :or sale.  Phone 886-0861.  Roberts Creek: Unusually  good buy in waterfront ac. Attractive 3 bdrm home features  spacious view living room and  lge. kitchen. A/oil furnace in  V_ basement. Terms on $17,000.  Half-acre plus, in excellent  location, lovely new 3 bdrm.  home. L;R. has picture window  and door ,to lge. sundeck, part  bsmt. Terms on $14,500  Gower Point: $2000 dn. gives  possession of secluded 2 bdrm  home, lge. kitchen, and dining  area, fireplace in cozy living  room. Neat garden.  Value plus in this cozy 4 room  home situated on lge. view property. The garden is a paradise  with many unusual shrubs and  flowers, . even' white orchids.  This is a must: Why not let Us  show it to you today.  Gibsons: $1000 down gives  immediate, possession small 3  room home ��� some work required. F.P. $4500.  $950 cash for wooded view lot,  close in.  Only 3 left! Level Vz ac. lots  in excellent location, $2500, easy  terms.  Soames Point: Delightful summer cottage, few feet from  beach and float. $7500.  FOR THE CHOICE  PROPERTIES CONTACT  K. BUTLER REALTY & Insurance  Box 566,  Gibsons,  B.C.  Phone 886-2000  There is no better investment  than real estate, well located  and reasonably priced.  Wilson Creek ��� Immediate  Revenue. Two houses and small  trailer court on 7.49 acres. Level park-like grounds. Near popular beach. Fine for further  commercial - residential development ��� and capital gains. $26,-  900, D.P. $12,000 or offers.  Roberts Creek ��� Ten acres  favorably located on Highway  101 opposite new golf and country club. A good buy at $4,500  with D.P. $2,000 or reasonable  offers. Watch for the large sign.  Gibsons ��� Three lots, select  residential street: Splendid view.  $1,925 to $2,750, Open to reasonable offers on down payment  and terms.  CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE,  GIBSONS 886-2785.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Realty & Insurance  Member of the Multiple Listing  Service of the Vancouver Real  Estate Board  CHARLtS ENGLISH Ltd.  Real Estate .and Insurance  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS.   B.C. Ph.   886-2481  Helicopter due  A Centennial helicopter now  making its- way across Canada  will reach British Columbia on  August 10 with its first stop at  Golden.  On August 30 it will have  reached Howe Sound area and is  scheduled to be at Squamish  about 10 a.m., Britannia Beach  at 12 noon and Gibsons-Sechelt  Airport at 2.30 p.m.  Arrangements are under way  to greet the helicopter and it is  expected Centennial and municipal officials will be present.  ��� TENDERS  THE  CORPORATION OF THE  VILLAGE OF  GIBSONS   LANDING  TENDERS FOR PHASE I  GROUNDS DEVELOPMENT  Sealed tenders, marked "Phase  I Grounds Development" will be  received by the undersigned up  to 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, August  15th, 1967, for drainage, sub-  grading, paving and landscaping the Municipal Hall site.  Tender forms and specification  drawings may be obtained from  the undersigned, or R. Alan De-  Bou, P. Eng., telephone 922-5424,  West Vancouver, B.C.  D. Johnston,  Municipal Clerk  Box 66, Gibsons, B.C.  July 28th, 1967.  GIBSONS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE new sign which will greet  visitors as they emerge from the I_angdale Ferry Landing. 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'./.'i'iI'v, h  Vi-  |JT    I    1J      f  ?*M!*_t ,  ,:'A\ -.  mm  ..... _ ., _- _,JL .   -    . j  GIBSONS TWILIGHT THEATRE  Phone 886-2827  WEDNESDAY 9; THURSDAY 10; FRIDAY 11; SATURDAY 12  Michelangelo Antonibnis  Vanessa Redgrave     coi����     C_���_^��?*&��'��.*?���  RESTRICTED ��� No admittance to persons under 18 years  ^wWJOWWW1  This advefli:ement is not published or dijp.:#*d tj ��- L!qu_r Ccn!rc! C__r_ cr by !he C:.e.'incr.! c! Ornish Columbia. BICYCLBM!  Parts, Repairs and Accessories  New and Used  All Makes  CaU Anytime.V 886-2123  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Phone 886-2231  From 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res; 886-9949  .     Wiring, Electric Heating  Appliance Repairs  NICK'S ELECTRIC & APPLIANCES  Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2516 evenings  R.R.I., Madeira Park  A. L RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating,   Bulldozing,   Clearing  teeth  FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps  Air Compressor, Rock Drill  Concrete Vibrator  Phone 886-2040  C & S SALES  For all your heating  requirements  Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also Oil Installation  Free estimates  Furniture  Phone 885-9713  NEVENS RADIO & TV  Franchised Philips Dealer  SALES & SERVICE  (to all makes)  Ph. 886-2280  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  SECHELT,   B.C.  Dealers for:  Jacobson Power Mowers  McCulloch  ���   Homelite  Pioneer  ���  Stihl  Canadian Chain Saws  Chrysler and Johnson  Outboards  Parts for Maintenance & Repairs  also overhaul & winter storage  of outboard motors  Phone 885-9626  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  GIBSONS,  B.C.  Phone:    Office 886-2481  MURRAY'S GARDEN  & PET SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING ��� PRUNING  Gower   Point   Road  Box 190 ��� Gibsons  Phone 886-2919  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  SCOWS  LOGS  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone 885-9425  G M FURNACE SERVICE  Box 65, Gibsons  Expert oil burner repair service  ��� night or day  Phone 886-2468       .��� .  WATCH  REPAIRS  JEWELRY REPAIRS  Free Estimates  FAST, DEPENDABLE  7   SERVICE  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  Gibsons 886-2116  PENINSULA PLUMBING  HEATING & SUPPLIES  ((Formerly  Rogers  Plumbing)  on Sechelt Highway &' Pratt Rd.  SALES   AND   SERVICE  Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  Phone 886-9533  APPLIANCES  Radio, Appliance & TV Service  Live Better Electrically  GIBSONS ELECTRIC LTD.  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES  Everything for your building  needs  Sechelt ��� Ph. 885-2283  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  BOB'S PLUMBING  Installation & Repairs  Free Estimates  24 hour service  Phone 886-9305    R.R. 1, Gibsons  EATON'S  "WHERE-T0-G0"  TRAVEL SERVICE  Sunnycrest Plaza  Details  on New Low Rates  to Europe Available  Phone  886-2232  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILTS MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop  Arc & Acty Welding  Steel  Fabricating  Marine Ways  Automotive & Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721  Res.  886-9956 ��� 886-9326  We use  Ultra   Sonic   Sound   Waves  to  dean your watch  And Jewelry  CHRIS'JEWELERS  Mail Orders  Given  Prompt Attention  Ph.   Sechelt  885-2151  TASELLA SHOP  Ladies' ���Men's ���- Children's  Wear ��� Yard Goods ��� Wool  and Staples ��� Bedding  Linens  Dial 885-9331 Sechelt, B.C.  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS  WEDNESDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS  886-2166  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Phone 886-2808  Everything   for   your  building  needs  Free Estimates  R0Y&WAGENAAR  LAND  SURVEYING  SURVEYS  1525  Robson  St.  Vancouver 5 Ph. 681-9142  Zenith 6430  Sechelt 885-2332  SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER PARK        L & H SWANSON LTD.  1 mile west of Gibsons on Hiway  Roomy Parking, Plenty of Water  Large recreation area  Bus passes paxk site  Phone  886-9826  I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone   886-2172  Daily Freight Service to  Vancouver  Local pickup and delivery  service  Lowbed hauling  Cement Gravel, Backhoe &  Road Gravel, Loader Work  Sand  & Fill  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields  Phone 885-9666  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phone 886-2664 ��� R.R.1 Gibsons  0CEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Custom   built   catiinetry   for  home and office  KITCHEN SPECIALISTS  R. BIRKIN ��� 886-2551  Beach   Ave.,  Roberts   Creek  THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "WHERE  FASHIONS   START"  Your Foremost Ladies Wear  Gibsons ��� 886-9543  SICOTTE BULLDOZING LTD.  ��� ROAD BUILDING  ��� LAND CLEARING  ��� ROAD GRADING  Phone 886-2357  PENINSUU SEPTIC  TANK SERVICE  PROMPT  EFFECTIVE  ON-THE-SPOT SERVICE  CALL���  886-9533 or 886-7071  (after 5:30)  B0NNIEBR00K  CAMP & TRAILER PARK  BY THE  SEA  The Vernons  Gower   Point  Road,   Gibsons  Ph. 886-2887  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  Gibsons  ESSO OIL FURNACE  No  Down  Payment���Bank   Int.  Ten Years to Pay  Complete  line  of  Appliances  For free estimates call 886-2728  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES   &   SERVICE  HOT WATER HEATING  BUILDING & ALTERATIONS  Davis Bay Rd., R.R. 1, Sechelt  Phone 885-2116  Movie News  Twilight Theatre Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday  program has something for everyone in the feature attraction  A Funny Thing Happened on the  Way to' the Forum, starring Zero  Mostel and Phil Silvers and co-  starring Jack Gilford and the  late Buster Keaton, Michael  Crawford and Michael Horden.  The historian Gibbons spent the  major part of his life seeking  the reasons for the fall of the  Roman Empire. Too bad he did  not live long enough to see'the  Melvin Frank production of A  Funny Thing Happened on the  Way to the Forum.  This will be followed on Wed  nesday, Aug. 9, Thursday, Friday and Saturday with the best  picture of the year, director  Michael Antonioni's first English language film, Blow-up,  starring Vanessa Redgrave and  co-starring David Hemmings  and Sarah Miles. It unfolds a  fascinating cinematic revelation  of the dazzling madness of today's London.  A gavel with authority  Gibsons and District Kinsmen,  discovering a need in the community stepped in immediately  to fill that need. A few months  ago the Kinsmen discovered that  the Kiwanis club was in need  of a gavel with which to conduct  their meetings. The hat was  passed among Kinsmen members and the sum of l!0c was  raised to be donated to the Kiwanis as the beginning of a fund  to purchase-'a new gavel.}. The  Kiwanis seemed deeply appreciative of the gesture, but, feeling the same pinch that everyone else does, felt that they  were not able to carry on the  fund, but pointed out that a gavel, suitably engraved as being  presented by the Kinsmen,  would be warmly treasured.  Kinsmen, well known for their  out the expenditure of a great  SIGNS COMPLAINT  A complaint that discrimination was being shown by. the  highways department respecting  advertising and billboard signs  on roadsides was made to the  Regional District board. As a  result the board at its Friday  night meeting decided to write  and ask the department to state  its policy regarding such signs.  7 WEEKS TRIP  Mr. and NMrs. S. Hilehie of  Roberts Creek have returned  from a 7 weeks trip which took  them to Expo, Boston, and Nova  Scotia.  HAVE YOU SEEN MAC?  Reward for a missing old friend  that drifted off Hopkins Beach.  Children's small wooden dinghy  and oars, white with blue trim.  MAC on stern.  Phone 886-2109  ability to get things done with-  deal of money, set about pro  curing a gavel. It is shown  above, being presented by Mo  Girard (left) to Don Douglas,  president of the Kiwanis club, at  a steak barbecue held by the Kiwanis last Thursday night, to  which they invited the Kinsmen.  It is expected that with this gavel President Don should have  no trouble keeping order at the  meetings.  BRAKE  INSPECTION  How long since your last brake  inspection? ... Is your family's  safety threatened by poor brakes?  Find out fast with a FREE Brake  Inspection.  HERE'S WHAT WE DO-  ��� Check condition of brake lining  ��� Inspect brake drums  ��� Inspect oil seals for leaks  ��� Check hydraulic system  ��� Inspect brake lines and connections  Copping Motors  LTD.  Ph. 885-2812-SECHELT  Cor.   Wharf  &  Coast Highway  Coast News, August 3, 1967.  Recreation  mess noted  Until a clear-cut policy on  recreation is established by governmental departments the Sunshine Coast Regional board of  trustees will refrain from giving consideration to recreation  matters in this area.  The only consideration of the  subject possible until that time  would be if some area presented the board with a recreation  program. Then the board would  have to tackle the request.  Reason for leaving the recreation field alone is that three  governmental departments are  involved in recreation and all  three are working in diverse directions.  As a result of a letter from  one of the departments, that of  municipal affairs, the board decided to inform the department  that its letter on recreation will  be tabled until such time as  there is a firm policy laid down  by the senior government. The  board asks the government to  state its policy of financing and  the level of government responsible. The board also asks for a  definition of parks.  Helen Says  We've simply got to clear our last remaining  Summer Stocks .    . SO���AGAIN���  SLASH*���  PRICES  on this Mid Summer Storewide  CLEARANCE  SALE  COTTON DRESSES ��� SUNT6PS ��� SHELLS  DRESSES ��� SUITS ��� SWIMSUITS  COTTON & ITALIAN KNITS  SPORTSWEAR 1-3 OFF Reg. Price  Helen's Fashion Shop  1538 Marine,  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9941  ARE YOU BEING  LEFT OUT?  DON'T BE .  ���       B  Become a shareholder in the Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club.  Some shares are still available so why not become a charter member? Fun for the entire family for a $300 share  with all club privileges.  JOIN NOW AND SAVE MONEY  For further information contact the following directors:  SECHELT: Mr. Dick Clayton (Shop Easy) Mr. H. B. Gordon  (H. B. Gordon and Kennett). Mr. Bruce Redman (Redman's  Red and White). Mr. Frank Newton (Parker's Hardware).  ROBERTS CREEK: Mr. Ed Mcllwaine, 886-7486.  GIBSONS: Mr. Keith Wright (Super Valu). Mr. Roy Taylor  886-7715. Mr. Bill Sneddon, 886-9398. Mr. M. Jay,  886-2587. Mrs. Wilma Morrison, 886-7026.  PORT MELLON: Mr. Art Greggain, 884-5361. ARDA EXPENDITURE. fiscal vear 1966-67, forestry and  rural     development     minister  The  federal government  has     Maurice   Sauve   announces.   Of  this amount B.C.  receives $1,-  660,948.  6       Coast News, Aug. 3, 1967.  spent a total of $17,880,364 for  approved ARDA projects in the  As General  Builders  for the addition  to the  Marine Drive Bldg  ���we are proud to have been associated in the construction of Jerry  Dixon's fine new building.  McGIVERN & STEWART  1321 Dugal Road, Gibsons  Ph. 886-2382  -  Visitor likes Eric  One of the heartening things  in publishing a weekly newspaper is the occasional note or a  visit from a reader of the Coast  News handing us a pat on,the  back rather than a brick-bat.  Last Saturday, Eric Huskin of  Berkeley, California^ now a summer resident of Roberts Creek,  came in to express his appreciation of the Savary Island articles written by Eric Thomson,  a director and contributor to  this paper.  Born in Calgary .'-Mr. Huskin  received his early education in  that city and later took, his de*  greeas a chemical engineer in  Vancouver. Moving across the  line he obtained ., his master's \  degree at the University of Mi  chigan and then on to California But the'tug of Canada's west  coast was ever present and after exploring the possibilities of  Vancouver Island for a spot in  which to settle down when retirement, came, the Huskiris finally located *..at Roberts Creek  and dunng their five weeks vacation are taking the first step  in re conditioning their cottage  for permanent occupancy: Eric's  only regret is they are just too  busy to take enough tihie out  for fishing.V but that, he says,  will come when they finally  shake the dust of Berkeley and  , return to these parts for keeps.  One of the two Huskins sons  is  already> summering  at  Gib-  ; sob: "'7 ' '::'"ry' 77-   ^'-^!������������������ 777 ... '"'���''<���  We Mttde Sure . . .  An interesting duplex Ififek"  ;0 J. ���&-?w!?4t ���'���...  Supplied  to  Extension   of  Marine Drive Bldg.  Thanks Jerry ��� Good Luck  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  & BUILDING SUPPLIES Ltd.  Sunshine Coast Highway ��� Ph.  886-2808  Plan No.  11630  (copyright  No. 117093)  The population "explosion"  of many of our rapidly growing  towns and cities make duplex  housing a desirable method of  not only coping with the housing problem, but also providing  revenue for the owner.  Plan No. 11630 is a duplex  that has much to recommend  it to the prospective owner/  builder or contractor builder.  Each unit has 1026 square feet  in area, which makes it possible for rooms to be larger  than is usual in duplex housing.  Complete privacy in- the sleeping area is ensured by situating the two bedrooms at the  back of the house, ack to back  fireplaces in the living rooms  are economically installed. The  kitchens are especially large,  with lots of cupboard and storage space, and space for dining. ���  One side of the duplex features a den or third bedroom,  or a small dining room if desired, while the other adapts  the same space for storage,  and access to the full basement.  Each bathroom has a large  vanity, broom, and linen closets  Private entries located on' the  extreme corners of the build-  nig, make coming and going  completely private. The exterior appearance is simple  with clean lines, featuring a  semi flat roof.  This duplex could be built  economically, and provide excellent revenue possibilities in  any area.  It is designed to the standards of the National Building  Code of Canada, for N.H.A. or  conventional mortgage as desired. Other duplexes are featured, along with a good selection of two and three bedroom  homes, and fourplex units in  book,   which   can  be   obtained  our Select Home Dssigixs Plan  by sending 85c in coin or money  order to the Building Centre  (B.C.) Ltd., 96 Kingsway, Vancouver 10. Blueprints of the  above can be obtained from  the Building Centre. Send for  price list of plans.  ARE YOU 68?  Canadians celebrating their  68th birthday during centennial  year, should make application  to receive their old age security pension, at least six months  in advance of their birthday.  Forms are available from post  offices or by writing to the  old age security office in provincial  capitals.  Drive  Building  Has a Good  TAfrGRAVEL ROOF  Overhead  Roofing Specialists  for the  Sunshine Coast  CONTRACTOR  SUNSHINE   COAST  HIGHWAY  ���   GIBSONS  Phone 886-9912  Contractor for the  Complete Wiring  and Heating for  Dixon Marine Bldg.  We are Proud to have been associated in Supplying  the Glass Requirements for the  New Addition to the  MARINE DRIVE BUILDING  WE CARRY AND SERVICE GLASS OF ALL KINDS  Mirrors ��� Windows ��� Doors ��� Shelves ��� Table Tops  Sliding Glass Cabinet Doors ��� Auto Windshield and  Safety Glass for Cars and Boats  Specialists in: INSURANCE & CONTRACT GLASS  REPLACEMENTS OF ALL KINDS  SEA-VIEW GLASS Co.  Electric Heating  GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS  Phone 886-2848  MARKEL  ELECTRIC   BASEBOARD   HEAT  Have you had your wiring inspected recently  against accidents and fire haiards!  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC Ltd  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre ��� Ph. 886-9689  ___  _ BRYAN   E  BURKJNSHAW  Serving  the Sunshine  Coast  ZURICH LIFE OF CANADA  Box 500 ��� Gibsons, B.C.  Scheduled  SECHELT  EGMONT  JERVIS INLET  Passengers and Freight  at Reduced Rates  Leave Sechelt Wednesday,  Friday  and Monday  12:01 p.m.  Returning to Sechelt  before 3:00 p.m.  Phone   ���  SECHELT  885-2214  VANCOUVER  685-4922  Tyee Airways  LIMITED  Box  518 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE BEST SELLERS  Phone 836-2622  (Continued from Page 2)  all agreed that some such  change should be made to our  Canadian legislation. And it  should be made before the, next  expensive incident occurs  rather than after we run into  a situation as developed " in  Howe Sound, B.C., in 1964 and  off the south coast of England  earlier this year.���Jack Davis,  M.P.    :  The (report of the auditor-  general covering the cost of  salvaging the barge which sank  off Pasley Island reads as follows:  On March 5, 1964 a barge in  tow with a cargo of oil sank  in over 200 feet of. water off  Pasley Island in Howe Sound,  B.C. Leaking oil fouled the  beaches in the area. After the  charterer had endeavored to  contain the pollution and clear  the surface of the sea, he.notified the department of transport that he was abandoning the  vessel because the risk of rupturing the hull during any attempt at salvage and the cost  ��� of salvage were too great to  contemplate.  The oiHaden barge remained a serious threat to waterfowl, marine life and coastal  property and its removal was  regarded as essential by the  department. As the wreck was  not a menace to navigation,  there was no legislation under  which the private interests involved could be held responsible for its removal or for  costs if removal were undertaken by the Crown. Acordihg-  ly, the department engaged  salvage experts to investigate  and report on the best means  of dealing with the sunken  barge.  Salvage operations commenced in June 1964 under a no  cure, no pay contract. After  the contractor's costs had exceeded the contract price, with  little progress : having been  made, : he indicated that he  wished to withdraw from the  undertaking and minimize his  losses. This led to treasury  board authority 7 to negotiate  with the same contractor to  proceed on an incurred cost  basis.  In October 1964 the barge  was finally raised and removed to Vancouver, where it was  sold for $12,752 by Crown Assets Disposal corporation'. The  remaining oil was found to  have been so badly 'contaminated by sea water that it was  valueless. Salvage costs pn'd  to the end of the year amounted to $265,000. The total expense  of the operation is expected to  be at least $430,000.  We understand that consideration- is being given to recommending legislation to place'financial responsibility on the  owners for the removal of a  wreck or its cargo, in circumstances such as the above.  news���  FASHION CONSULTANT TO THE 160 SINGER CENTERS IN CANADA,  Make a Mini part of your  summer scene.. . To be worn  wherever there's fun! The  fabric? Anything from lace to  canvas. The style? Very short.  Cut-outs are usual and many  sport' bloomers or long-legged  panties to match and protect  your modesty. The question of  skirts is divided as often as  not. Newest play-mate is the  long tunic-jacket with military  fatigue patch-pockets and brass-  studded epaulettes, all in khaki  drill  cloth.  For Romantic Evenings, softly draped crepe in a heavenly  shade of blue, cool and feminine. Easy to sew if its bonded and then no linings are  needed. Fashion into a little  smock shape that falls straight  and free from a soft crush of  yoke. Clusters of chalk - white  bubbles at your ears complete'  the look. Elegant and ageless!  GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  SEWING NEEDS, .BUTTERICK PATTERNS - Sechelt, Ph. 885-9343  HOWE SOUND 5, 10, 15 CENT STORE  For All Your SEWING NEEDS, SIMPLICITY PATTERNS  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9852  D. G. DOUGLAS VARIETY & PAINTS  McCaU's Patterns, Laces, Remnants & Singer Supplies  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons ~ Ph. 886-2615  Bride from Port Mellon  WATSON ��� FERGUSON  One of the loveliest of the sum  mer weddings took place Saturday night June 17 at 7 p.m. in  St. George's United Church,  Courtenay, when Janet Joanne  Ferguson was married to James  Robert Watson.  v The bride is the daughter of  Mrs. Helga Ferguson and the  late Alexander Ferguson of Port  Mellon and the groom the eldest  son of Mr. and Mrs. James Watson of Cumberland.  Rev. A. Crewe performed the  ���marriage service.  '         The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Mr. Joe Er-  lendson. .  The fair-haired bride wore a  charming   gown   of  white  lace  styled   with   pettipoint   sleeves.  The fitted bodice was enriched .  with   rhinestones   and  the 7 lace  fell   in   tiers,   each   tier   being ;  caught in a scallop with rhinestones. The shoulder length veil  fell softly from a crown of aurora toorealis. Her only jewelry  was   a   necklace   of   cultured  pearJs  with matching earrings,  the gift of the groom.  . Red  roses  and  white   carna- /  tions formed her  cascade  bouquet.  There were five attendants,  Eloise deLong, matron of honor  and Donna Albrams, Cathie Morrison, Linda Wood, cousin of the  bride and Leslie Anderson as  bridesmaids.  All attendants wore floor  length shift dresses of ice blue  lace over taffeta styled with  mussel sleeves. Their headdress- .  es were tiaras with aurora bor-  ealis teardrops. They carried fan  shaped blue tulle bouquets with  white carnations.  Best man was John Baird  while Danny Watson, brother of  the groom, Ray Lewis, Albert  Carter and John Barners of Gib  sons acted' as ushers. The  groom's brother Johnny and nephew Buddy Bealy were door  boys at the church.  Following the wedding, a reception was held in the Cumberland Recreation Hall where  the bridal party with the parents received the guests in front  of .a prettily decorated arch.  Mrs. Ferguson chose for her  daughter's wedding a beige lace  dress with beige accessories and  a contrasting hat while the  groom's mother Mrs. Mima Watson wore a two piece brocaded  suit with pink hat and white accessories. Both mothers wore  corsages of carnations. Mr. Henry Watson acted as master of  ceremonies and called upon Mr.  Bill Nairn, of Port Alberni, to  say grace. The toast to the bride  was given by her uncle Mr.  Magnus Erlendson and ably responded to by the groom. Mr.  John Baird toasted the bridesmaids. Soloists a.t the reception  were Mr. Jack Bennie and Mr.  Tom Shilton. The bride's table  was covered with a hand crocheted table cloth loaned by  Mrs. Barbara Luzyzyn and was  centred with a three tiered wedding cake embedded in white  tulle.  Leaving on a honeymoon to be  spent in California, Mrs. Watson  donned a two piece blue and  white checked suit with an off  the face sailor hat and accessories of white. Red carnations  formed her corsage. Mr. and  Mrs. J. Watson will take up residence in Courtenay.  Beauty  hints  TASELLA SH0PPE  FOR YOUR YARDGOODS ��� Sechelt  Ph. 885-9331  By LYNN CARTER  Q. Any suggestions for a  homemade hair-dressing liquid?  A. Try this one: Cut two  lemons into slices, drop into a  pan, and add just enough water  to cover the lemons. Boil until  the thickness of the water indicates that all the lemon juice  has been extracted, then strain,  and use the remaining juice  and water mixture as your hair  dressing.  Q. Do you have any tip for  adding naturalness to my makeup jobs?  A. After treating yourself to  a good soapsuds facial, apply  your makeup just before you  jump into your hot-tub bath.  The steam from the bath will  impart an attractive, dewy look  to you facial artwork.  Q. What is a good and effective homemade hand lotion?  A. Equal parts of glycerin  and camphor does a good job.  Etiquet    '<"  By ROBERTA LEE  Q. Someone has told me it's  not good manners to use the  handkerchief while at the dinner table.  Is  this true?  A. This is not so much a  matter of good manners as of  necessity. Certainly, if the handkerchief is necessary, use it ���  but do so as inconspicuously  and as  quietly  as  possible.  Q. Is it proper to typewrite  the names on place cards for a  wedding dinner?  A. No. The names should be  handwritten in ink. If legibility  is a problem with you, you may  hand-print  the   names.  Q. When a man who doesn't  smoke takes out a girl who  does, is he supposed always to  help her light up when she takes  out a cigarette? ���  A. It would probably look  more thoughtful and courteous  if.he made a practice of carrying a book of matches with him  on these dates, and when she  takes out a cigarette light it  for her. Or, even if he doesn't  have matches with him, he can  use one of hers.  Coast News,. Aug. 3, 1967.       9  Q. Is it all right, if more convenient, to mail out the marriage announcements a few  days before the wedding itself?  A. No ��� and for the simple  and logical ^reason that the  couple is not really married before the wedding has taken  place. These announcements  are properly mailed out immediately after the ceremony.  JOLLY ROGER  INN  for fine  CUISINE  come to  Secret Cove  RESERVATIONS  885-9998  We are Pleased  to Announce .  Our Gibsons Branch Office  in charge of Mr. C. G. Gathercole  will  be located  in  the  New Addition of the  Marine Drive Building  SECHELT AGENCIES Ltd.  Really & Insurance  Sechelt Phione  885-2161  Gibsons Phone  886-2785  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  -with a  beer  m_ popular  you'll finish  ^^^y^.^^^.^im^^^^-^^^^^^'iA'-^""Ji^~i _~���~^~~~~~_~w  MHS��-��tBC 10  Coast News, Aug. 3, 1967.  menace  torn the Imperial Oil Collection  LaVerendryes in foothills      pjsh news  The brothers La Verendrye  come in sight of the Rocky  Mountain foothills on New  Year's Day, 1743. The brothers,  Francoise and Louis Joseph,  belonged to a prominent family  of Quebec fur traders who explored deep into the continent.  In 1739, Francois led the expedition which discovered the  Saskatchewan River. In 1742,  with Joseph, he started exploring the country to the southwest, and eventually they  reached the foothills of the  Rockies. The brothers found  that the Indians to the south  had numerous horses, mules  and asses, which had descended from the first horses !.n-  troduced by the Spaniards. The  natives  had  not  developed the  wheel,  and their only previous  beast  of burden had been  the  dog.  They     eagerly     acquired .  horses from the Spaniards and  from each  other,  through  capture     or     trading,  and helped  spread them    throughout    the  continent.     The    possession of  horses brought about an entirely new way of life for the In��  dians.  Hunters  could surround  and chase down the buffalo on  which they depended for food,  clothing  and shelter.  Tiresome  foot   journeys   could  be   made  rapidly   on     horseback,      and  heavy loads carried easily with  the     travois,     a  sort  of sled.  Horses also gave them greater  speed and mobility in warfare.  (This historical feature is one  of a series which readers may  wish to clip and save.)  Tidal survey along coast  Warping her way in an easy-  as-she-goes manner alongside  Gibsons wharf, Canadian Nayal  Auxiliary Vessel (CNAV) Lay-  more paid an overnight visit recently. Her mission according  to Commanding Officer Capt. J.  Maloney, RON, as an ocean research vessel, was the making  of a tidal survey along the Sunshine Coast as far as Lund. This  is but one of the varied assignments of this naval auxiliary  craft which in some respects  could be likened to the mythical  USN Reluctant in the play Mr.  Roberts, referred to by its crew  as This Bucket, which operated  in the back areas of the Pacific  on a regular run characterized  in the play as from Tedium to  Apathy and back, about five  days each way.  Apart from its appearance as  a U.S. Navy cargo ship, the Lay-  more was in fact a former World  War 2 American Auxiliary craft  intended for service in the South  Seas and acquired by the Canadian Navy. Here the similarity  to U.S.N. Reluctant ends, as she  is a happy ship, well manned by  personnel from her home base,  Esquimau.  Serving with Capt. Maloney  are the three mates, W. Frame,  1st, N. Vanderuyt, 2nd and J.  Marsh, formerly of the Royal  Navy, 3rd. She is a sturdy craft  of 559 ton burthen, equipped  with a miscellany of gear used  in oceanic research, complete  with a laboratory. At the conclusion of this five-day mission,  she will return to Esquimalt to  report for the next odd job  along the coast.  Roberts Creek News  (By MADGE NEWMAN)  Prior to her marriage to Mr.  Ron Ward, Miss Ruth Phare  was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given by  Mrs. M. Danroth. Invited  guests included Mesdanies A.  Phare, W. Loitz, V. Walter, I.  C. McLean, P. Davies, V.  L'Estrange and B. Parker;  Misses Bonnie Macfarlane, E.  Charman, A. Andreeff and  Susan Phare.  En route to Nova Scotia from  Comox where they will visit  Mrs. Newman's parents, Jeff  Newman and family stopped at  the Creek, guests at the Newman home for a few days.  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boyte,  John, Betsy and Davey, have  arrived from Prince George to  vacation at the Saltbox. Mr.  Boyte will have three weeks  while the others -will remain  for the rest of the summer.  Mrs. Alan Craighead and  family are at their summer  home. Mr. Craighead comes  from their North Vancouver  home over the weekends.    ,  Others with the same arrangements are the R. J. Wil-  kie family of Burnaby and the  Peter Ryersons of New Westminster. Guests at the Ryer-  son camp are Miss Julia Deane  and Fred Johnson who are to  be wed in October.  are  May and Veronica Hayr  visiting their aunt, Mrs. R. T.  Walker, for two weeks. The  little girls flew from Edmonton.  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ARE BEST SELLERS  Department of Fisheries  Sports Fish Bulletin  Week Ending July 23  Lower Sunshine Coast waters  from Roberts Creek to Gower  Point held coho last week, and  trollers, strip-casters and mooch-  ers met with fair success on a  number of occasions. Surveys in  the area Sunday morning found  several boats with coho aboard.  Gower Point waters also gave  up a number of chinooks to 25  lbs. during the week.  Salmon Rock, Worlcomtoe Island and Cape Roger Curtis  came up with mixed catches of  coho and chinooks. A few early  pinks were taken between Cowans and Gower Points. Weights  ranged from V& to 5 lbs. Horseshoe Bay last week produced a  few coho and several chinooks  to 18 lbs.  This week should have seen  the peak of the chinook run in  upper Howe Sound but reports  last week mentioned only a few  chinooks from the Porteau area  and only one noteworthy fish of  IW2. lbs. from Britannia.  At Horseshoe Bay, anglers are  asked to' stop at an orange colored box and fill in a brief questionnaire regardless of their success afloat. It won't take a minute and we would very much appreciate the information.  Coho-ing seems to have picked up all along the Sunshine  Coast. Maybe this is where the  Island fish have gone. Fearney  Point and nearby Cape Cock-  burn waters provided many limits and near-limits during the  week as did the Egmont area  and the southern end of Las-  queti Island. Biggest coho seen  during boat checks was a SYz  pounder.  The main sport fleet on the  weekend concentrated around  Pender Harbour. Sechelt Inlet,  Bargain Harbour and Secret  Cove saw little action salmon-  wise and relatively little effort  compared to Pender Harbour.  Moochers fishing chinook  holes adjacent to Pender Harbour were stricely after heavy  chinooks so failed to click on  the coho, although there was  evidence of these fish around.  af convention  Enthusiastic approval was registered by the local congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses who  attended a four-day: district convention at Queens Park Stadium  in New Westminster. Memlbers  reported a larger than expected  attendance taxed the facilities  of the Royal City's stadium making it one of the largest of the  coast-to-coast series of Witness  conventions.  A. W. McNamara, special  Watchtower representative from  Toronto, spoke to 7,855 attentive  delegates Sunday on Rescuing  a Great Crowd of Mankind out  of Armageddon. By insisting on  their national sovereignty, he  said, the nations of the world  are challenging God's sovereignty over the earth.  Absolute refusal of blood  transfusions for Jehovah's Witnesses and their families was^  also reaffirmed by MacNamara  who said that with few notable  exceptions the medical association treat God's law as a myth  or as no longer having force.  They put the life of imperfect  men above the law of God.  Highlights of the four-day meet  included a swimming-pool baptism of 109 new ministers, scriptural dramas with Bible characters coming to life in costumes of the historical period,  and the release of new textbooks for the Witnesses' ministry.  The 1,400 volunteers worked  tirelessly throughout the four  days to look after the Witnesses  every need. 15,000 hot. meals  were prepared on site for the  delegates.  More than four out of five  obese persons may be diabetics,  and when obese diabetics lose  exicess weight they may no  logger ,be diabetic, researchers  were told at a conference on  diabetes and obesity held by  New York City's Acadcni3' of  Sciences and reported in MD  of Canada.  Dr. W. J. __.'��� Butterfield, professor of medicine at Guy's  Hospital medical school in London, England, told the conferees  that the human body's fat pad  of adipose tissue competes with  muscle tissue for insulin. In  the obese adult diabetic the  fat pad tends to win: it increases fatness and because  muscle tissue does not metabolize insulin effectively the insulin level in the blood rises.  Similar studies with noridia-  betics showed that insulin clearance into 'muscle tissue diminished progressively as obesity increased.  Gibsons Landing & District  liMilniniiiMiiiiiiiiidi'i'  NOTICE  To those who donated to the original  Centennial Pool Project  A meeting of the original Centennial Committee has  been held and a new Committee has volunteered to proceed with a project for the Gibsons Area. Recreational  facilities at the Kinsmen Municipal Park, including a wad-,  ing pool, have been designated as a project. This must be  completed by December 31, 1967, to qualify for the government grants.  A circular letter is being sent to all 'recorded donors  to the original pool project, so those wishing to withdraw  their support may make application for a refund, in writing, to the. Gibsons Landing & District Centennial Committee, c/o of the Village Municipal Office, Box 66, Gibsons,  B.C., not later than August 15, 1967. Funds not applied for  by August 15, 1967, will be considered available for the  new project. ,  July  25,   1967.  Commissioner Ken Goddard,  Chairman  Speak for those who cannot  speak for themselves  Memberships and assistance urgently needed to  carry on increasing responsibility in caring for the  neglected and unwanted waifs and strays in this area.  Gibsons Society for the Prevention of Cruelty fo  Animals appeals fo every lover of animals to lend a  hand, directly or financially-  Contact Len Wray af 886-2664  J^WflrQf ��� _8V88fS8'THt988WftW^       w* *w WW WW Wt*  I   SOCIETY PREVENTION OF  |    CRUELTY TO ANIMALS  ���I             Herewith my Cash    Q  { DONATION  $    Cheque Q  j NAME   j ADDRESS   Please bring or mail your donation to either Bank of Montreal,  Gibsons, or Royal Bank of Canada, Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza  See the  excitement,  the thrills...  join the laughter  & fun of the  biggest PNE  yet!  See the Free Festival of Forestry  ��� Visit the exotic Oriental Bazaar and  Revue (it's free!) ��� See free  star-studded entertainment daily at  the Grandstand Show ��� See the Miss  PNE Contest. Catch the action at  Teen City ��� See Canada's Livestock  royalty and the best bloomin'  flowers in the country ��� There are  hundreds pf more things to see and do  at PNE '67 ��� and you may win  a $50,000 Bar O'Gold, Grand Prize  in the over $100,000 Program Draws.  \\\ �� \ \ i 1/  $50,000  <   MWtXts  Av.lWMWf   J"  PACIFIC NATIONAL EXHIBITION/VANCOUVER, CAM ADA/CENTURY PACIFIC/AUG. 19-SEPT. 4 J Tomatoes to be cheaper  THE BLUENOSE II, an exact replica of Canada's famous Grand  Ships program It is expected! that some 50 ships from nations  Banks fishing schooner, will be the host ship for Expo W's Visiting  around the world will visit the Exhibition.  The vessel is a replica of the  graceful, two - masted Nova  Scotia schooner that in her lifetime raced and defeated everything under sail in her class.  Bluenose I, the swift Lunenburg  saltbanker, was lost on a Caribbean reef in 1916. Her succes  sor has been placed at the disposal of the Exhibition Corporation to act as host ship by  Oland and Son Ltd. of Halifax.  More than 50 naval vessels  from 15 nations will sail up the  Saint Lawrence to Montreal  during Expo 67.  Concert variety mixed  . The close to 100 persons at the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  concert Saturday evening in Elphinstone school auditorium  were treated to excellent madrigal singing and other entertainment which could be termed  controversial.  The first five numbers involved lute and vocal works of the  15th and 16th centuries and the  fine voices of Corlynn Hannay,  Marg Neil, Doreen Oke, Lloyd  Burritt and the lute of Ray  Nurse left little to be desired.  All were from the UBC music  department. The voice of Miss  Hannay delighted particularly,  being refreshing because of its  lack of today's type of professionalism. The remainder of the  vocal group, equally proficient,  were the highlight of the evening.  Section two provided Mel Bowker a chance to display his piano technique in a J. S. Bach  Partita and Moszkowski's Caprice Espagnol. In the Bach  number he showed his command  of the piano but in the 'Caprice  he really showed his versatility  and left no doubt he could translate the printed note into living  music. At times one could almost hear a choir of mandolins.  Section three provided music  by Schubert and Cyril Scott.  Schubert's Whither sung by  Mrs. Peggy Burritt saw Mr.  Bowker accompanying. Schubert  is usually melodic and Mrs. Burritt was successful, yet a trifle  heavy for this type of song. Mrs.  Lucille Mueller and Mrs. Burritt sang an unfamiliar aria from  Madame Butterfly, the Every  Flower duet, -quite  acceptably.  Following the intermission  with Cortland Hultberg directing, a choir containing singers  already   mentioned   and   Susan-  Dunham, George Ross, Mr. Bowker and Barry Liesh, sang Lloyd  Burritt's 1967 opus, Kyrie, in its  premiere performance. It was  commissioned by the Berkshire  Music Festival at Tanglewood,  Mass. Like all works heard for  the first time it would be better  to wear a bit on listening ears  before proper judgment can be  formed. It did have its moments  and it could stand up as church  music. It may require polishing  up.  The National Film Board's Op  Visuals, a multi-screen projection with Doug Elittk at the controls, can be described as unique but anything else to say  about it would contain elements  of controversy. The colored geometries were interesting but  whether the entire performance  heightens the status of the NFB  might produce argument.  The Lloyd Burritt song cycle  Landscapes, of eastern U.S.  coastal area, with Miss Hannay  and Miss Oke aided(?) by the  voices of the same pair reproduced from tape found an audience somewhat satiated by the  previous Op Visuals less inclined to accept the unusual ��� as  these Landscapes indisputably  were. Tiring of the repetitious  noises unassociated with the visual pictures one . normally has  of countryside, the applause  dwindled sharply towards the  end.  But ��� the situation was saved  with the return of the choristers  to close the program with Hal-  sey Stevens Weep O Mine Eyes  and four of the Hindemith Six  Chansons with Mr. Hultberg directing. They dispersed the  nightmarish effect of previous  oddities and returned to music  that sooths the savage breast.  - F.C.  Continued strong beef prices  and lower lettuce, and tomato  prices are forecast for August  by economists in the Canada department of Agriculture. Here  are the details of their food outlook for the monlth:  EGGS: Egg prices have  strengthened from a weak position and further small increases  are likely as supplies decrease  seasonally.  1 TURKEY: The 1967 heavy turkey crop has started to market  and will be equal to last year.  Price outlook is slightly weaker  than a year ago. Broiler turkey  marketings will be reduced, but  storage stocks are larger.  CHICKEN:    Broiler    chicken  marketings will be up both seasonally and from last year. Little   price   change   is   expected  from current level.  PORK: Supplies continue plentiful and no immediate changes  in prices are expected.  BEEF: Under heavy seasonal  demand, prices will continue  strong at current levels.  STONE FRUIT: Peaches and  plums are expected to show  smaller  crops  than last  year,  Coast News, August 3, 1967.  with firm prices.  APPLES: Early varieties will  be available with general crop  prospects equal to or better than  a year ago.  VEGETABLES: Lettuce, and  tomato prices are expected to  ease from present high levels as  local supplies become more  plentiful.  ��� Mr and Mrs. Lyle Schwabe, the new proprietors of Danny's have just completed the second phase of the complete renovation of this popular Sunshine  Coast Eating place and Motel. The Cafe, formerly the Coffee Shop- with its  comfortable smart furniture, replaces the old counter, while attractive floor  covering matches the smart decor of newly painted walls and window drapes  The glass counter also adds an efficient note. The Dining Room will also  shortly undergo extensive alteratons in keeping wth the all round New Look  here at Danny's.  DANNY'S NEW LOOK  Painted Signs ��� Large and Small  COAST SIGN SERVICE  Sunshine Coast Highway  Phone: Shop 886-7013 ���Home 886-7098  Excavation & Contracting  KEN STEWART  R.R.1 Chaster Road,  Gibsons ��� Ph.  886-7171  Good Wishes fo the Folks at Danny's  I. &S. TRANSPORT Ltd.  Sunshine Coast Highway ��� Ph. 886-2172  Electrical Contracting by  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC Ltd.  Sunnycrest Shopping   Centre   ������   Ph.   886-9689  Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Schwabe  and Staff  Your Neighbors  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING PLAZA  Suppliers of Meats, frozen Foods, Produce  H0BBS DISTRIBUTORS  11520���95  'A'  Ave., North  Surrey ��� Phone  584-0357  PALM DAIRIES Ltd.  Congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Schwabe on their  newly renovated Cafe  Good Luck to the Schwabes  J. E. CLEMENT  SOFT DRINKS  Gibsons ��� Phone 886-9991  The Attractive Furniture contributing so much to the  'New'  look at Danny's Cafe  supplied by  the  Contract Department of���  Simpsons-Sears  Burnaby - Richmond,  B.C.  b   DINING ROOM   MU I LL  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  GIBSONS - Ph. 886-9815 Sechelt cafe re-opens      Wafer  Folks along the Sunshine Coast  and summer visitors too will  welcome the re-opening of the  Village Cafe at Sechelt.  The new proprietors, Mrs. Elsie Carlson and Vivian Swanson,  both longtime residents of Roberts Creek, have already transformed their new venture, redecorated in attractive pastel  color schemes both in the cafe  and Totem Room.  The kitchen also came in for  complete renovation. In the kitchen Mrs. Carlson lends her  many years of experience in the  restaurant business assisted by  ELECTRA CLEAN  UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  CARPETS, FURNITURE  RUGS  Phone  886-9890  Mrs. Thomas. Attending to the  customers Mrs. Swanson has  three assistants tending cou:|er  and table.  Reservations are now beinp  taken for fall and winter bookings of clubs and associations.  Wedding, birthday and anniversary parties will also be welcomed.  PAINTINGS ON VIEW  For the next two weeks until  August 12 the Arts Council gallery in Sechelt will feature paintings done by a visitor to the  Sunshine Coast. He is Dick De-  Kleer, brother of John DeKleer,  Davis Bay and he has been persuaded to exhibit some of bis  work.  He studied art three years at  the Hague Academy of Arts followed by three years of interior  decorating in Canada. He is  now a draughtsman in Vancouver and studying for a degree in  architecture.  We're Winding Up  Our Seml-Annual  SUMMER CLEARANCE  d w\ L El  We still have a remarkably attractive selection of .  DRESSES - COATS ��� SKIRTS ��� BLOUSES  SLIMS and TOPS ��� SWIM SUITS ��� BEACH ROBES  LOVELY MILLINERY  All to Clear at Less than  Vt, PRICE  H. BISHOP $*__?"  Cowrie  St., Sechelt ��� Ph.  885-2002  LADIES WEAR IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS  (Continued from page 1) 7  Sound area the approach must  be one that does not rely simply  on the support of user organizations.  There is no immediate problem in the Sechelt area, but  there is the potential danger of  the collapse of the supply system. If Sechelt village makes a  positive move towards taking  over the utility then they will  obtain professional engineering  advice, the system will be put  in good shape and it is presumed that the area will benefilt by  the transfer from private to public ownership. If the village does  not act then it may be advisable for the Regional District to  step in.  Conflicting engineering recommendations should be resolved. This is particularly necessary as in one recommendation  Chapman Creek forms the  source for both areas, and this  would have an obvious effect on  board policies.  To make the best use of the  available legislation consideration should be given to forming  a Specified Area or Areas. The  exact method of forming the  area will depend upon the circumstances and the amount of  money involved.  Provisionally it would seem  that a vote would have to be put  to the people within a defined  area asking them if they wish  ed to form a Specified Area for  the purpose of obtaining a bulk  water supply and also, if known  at the time and also desired, the  amount of money required could  be included. This must be in the  form of a bylaw and it seems at  present that this must be voted  upon. It is not possible under the  amended act to advertise, and  vote if 10% of the taxpayers require it as was done in Comox.  If this policy is to be followed.  then it is suggested that action  should take place to provide for  referendums to be held at this  year's election in December. It  is not practicable or economical  to hold separate referendums  at other times if it can be avoided.  I would suggest, he commented at the end of his report, that  the board form a committee of  the whole to discuss this, matter  and bring forward recommendations for consideration at the  next meeting.  After debating the report the  board decided to meet shortly  as a committee of the whole and  to hear Martin Dayton explain  his preferring Chapman Creek  over Langdale Creek for the  area water supply.  Sunshine Coast  Fait Fair  AUGUST 11 & 12  Gibsons Elementary School  ENTRY DEADLINE 8 p.m. TUESDAY, AUG. 8  HOMECOOKING & FLOWER EXHIBITS MUST BE IN BUILDING  BY 9:30 a.m. AUGUST 11  OFFICIAL OPENING 7 P.M., AUG. 11  Pet Parade AUG. 12  |\nnn   DDI7F  $10 EACH DAY ADULTS  UUUK   VKlLt  $ 5 EACH DAY CHILDREN  CHURCH SERVICES  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  11:15 a.m., Holy Eucharist  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  9:30 a.m., Holy Eucharist  St.   Hilda's,   Sechelt  8 a.m., Holy Communion  7:30   p.m.   Evens&ng  St. Mary's Church, Garden Bay  11.15 a.m., Holy Communion  UNITED  Gibsons  11 a.m..  Divine Service  Roberts Creek       7  2 p.m.. Divine. Worship  Wilson  Creek  11:15 a.m., Divine Worship  Also on 2nd Sunday of each  month at 3:30 p.m.  BAPTIST  CALVARY BAPTIST, Gibsons  Evening Service, 7:30 p.m.  Prayer Meeting,, 7:30 p^m. Thurs  BETHEL BAPTIST,  Sechelt  11:15 a.m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m.,- Wed.,  Prayer  Rev. A.  Willis  CENTENNIAL TEA  The date, Sat., August 5 at 2  o'clock. The place,  the Legion  Hall at Roberts Creek. The occasion, the Hospital Auxiliary  Centennial Tea, designed to  raise funds for hospital equipment. The enterprising group of  workers will be gowned, be-  draped and flounced in a style  of another era, and even the tea  may be a bit old fashioned.  UCW TO HOLD TEA  Gibsons United Church Women  will hold a garden tea at the  home of Miss F. Grant, Friday,  August 4 from 2 to 4 p.m. In the  event of rain it will be held in  the church hall.  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  ( ARE BEST SELLERS  ;;;;;in court  ���;//... 7 ;-  In -Magistrate's Tcourt Dave  Leslie was''fined $100 for providing minors with liquor at; a Roberts Creek dance.        .77  Fred Iuon received 7. three  months jail on a third count pf  driving while impaired.  Elsie Carlson & Vivian Swanson  Welcome You  to the ���  Re-OPENING  of the  VILLAGE CAFE  MONDAY to SATURDAY  7 a.m. fo 8 p.m.  SUNDAYS  9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  COWRIE  ST.,  SECHELT -- Ph.  886-2355  We're Moving...  to Our New Location  in the New Dixon  Marine Drive Bldg.  ^V\y<_A/  and are we Happy!  We are so delighted to be in new quarters we've  baked a King Size Cake and invite all our customers to share in our move over to the bright new  location ��� by entering our���  CENTENNIAL CAKE  WEIGHT CONTEST  All you have to do to be eligible to win this gianfS  Centennial Cake, is to drop over to Gibsons Bakery  and ask Mrs. Tretheway far an entry form ��� place  your estimate of the weight of the cake in the con-  ______________________________ test box ��� as many estimates as you like.  GIBSONS BAKERY MOVING DAY SPECIALS  on Sale at our New Location only ��� THURS., FRI.. SAT.  Banana Cream Pie 650 ea.  Weekend moving  day treat extra delicious  FREE  Sugar Cookies for  the Kiddies  Jelly Roll    Coffee Cake  Special   Value Weekend   Special  Tr*3y   each nrOp  each  Do-Nuts  Family Favorite  600 do_.  Cakes  for every occasion  ��P---l ���___�����-) up.  HENRY'S  COFFEE   SHOP  Sunnycrest  GIBSONS BAKERY  Phone 886-7441  NOW LOCATED OPPOSITE Co-Op STORE  VILLAGE  BAKERY  Sechelt

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