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 ^ro'/Iaftial Library,  Victoria,  B.   C_  Printed .and Publirhed at Gibsons. B.C.  10c per copy  ,Vou_me.27     Number 24, June 12, 1974.  highway  c Gibsons council-has inform-  ed the provincial highways de-  - ��artment that' Park -toad will  ,  Jbe the highway entrance- to the  village, iThe. hold_up  concern-  -1   ing the highway location at the  area known as Gibsons water  -Source  has   been- cleared   by  r   council for road building pur-  .poses'/ " " '_    ! - ' ��� - --  " - { This-' ihformation    was t re^;  veaied    at -Tuesday , ni^hfs)  ; _meetihg of council when'Ald.-  y s .Kurt   _Ioehne . reported- on   a  $��� ,'rt.eetifag.council had withhigh-  '; way officials in Victoria. The  delegation-was-told!,"he ^aid,  rthat -the -village would bere-  i imb/ursed .for  any   road area  _,., through the'water source and  ^ .3 that ar "culvert  would be in-  wf. stalled to" give access to any  --     c:       ��  Lumby band  here weekend  ; The Ladies .auxiliary to  Branch No. 109, .Royal Canadian Legion,. Gibsons, climax-  �� x       ed the, 3V?inibus drive wuth a  [      ���    whopping $1,149 on their blitz.  The Legion added the balance  and the result was a cheque  for $2,000 was added.  Above,  Mr  John  Lewis  re  celves the cheque from Stan  Verhulst  fan<T tJoan  -Quarry,  representing  the branch and  , , ���AittiIiafy.   . 'TYJ&uV--      -,    -  ftp>$����*+irwZ*����:*$if&H&-X "j..-Vtfhl��g-Bfea>iiW��a ����.._..  .-  ,,.*, f~''.-L\4�� J>-._,.v.4 4>��        r-'rf^  ��� rv "'"fj l4.~ '"*���      v*-   ��-  Advance events  There will 'be two advance  events connected with the Sea  Cavalc-de this-year. They are  a fish derby and a clam. bake.  The  fish   derby  will  start  June 15 and end on June. 28.  The weigh-in statiqn will be  at Smutty's arid Wipi and, Walts,;  at the head of. the wharf. Ad- '-  ults will pay $1 entry fee and  youngsters ^ from   five   to   14  years 50c. -There will be three  - classes,,  largest .fish, .hidden -  weight and junior largest fish.  There will' also be a' raffle,  tickets $1 with three prizes offered.  Another big event will be a  clambake Sunday, June 30  starting at 5 p.m, at the Roberts Creek picnic park. Adults  $3.50 and children under 10  one dollar.  $847; Pender Htg���^  The &i&en&0��?me Sunshine  Coast have'demonstrated they  want and need this bus. The  original .target  of $10,000  or  The^final total stands at chairman , ��� of*. -;the ,Sunshine  $1B,670?9U; broken down , as, Coast Coh^LuMty -Resource  follows: Gambier-Island, $150; Council, at ~ S*r meeting ihr'the  Port Mellon, $227;^ Gibsons, board room, -f ,ttie Hospftal,  $4,412; Roberts Creek, $2,168; Thursday4evening,. June 6^,but-  Sechelt, $4,862; Half mo*?**- Bay, lined the next course of faction. Mr. Kampman will prepare a brief to be submitted!  to Victoria asking for the operating funds. Letters of ..up-  port will be an asset with .the-  $lJ00per dlay^or 100 dayis; was presentation of 7 this brie-Y  je^ed$$cm%9$tn:tfayA --Y->. JBfti-e *m4 fetters  ^:__te^Tr_uwpe_*^^^  tee tharx% rall who ' donated or wiite letters to the. editotrs  and those-hat "worked ,st> hard of the local papers,  on our behalf."The books are Mr. George Hopkins; of  now.m,the hands of Mr. F_U S.M.T. Coachlines Ltd, has  English, accountant, for aud- agreed to draw up a budget  iting. ' for the operating costs for this  Mr.  Joe Kampman, finance    brief. *        ,,  Are you on Voters' List?  '".   iLumby high school band will  \ apnea*in Gibsons from Friday  ' tot Sunday this week and will  give   performances   (with   the  Elphinstone senior school band,  ..' Their .main public performance  x will be held on the wharf at  '  Gibsons Saturday from 7 to 9  pirn; with the' two- bands^alter-  n&ting.  In the  event of rain  the bands will play in the Le-  gio Hajl. The Elphie band vis-  - ited>'Lu��nby recently.  -' The visitors will be billeted  with* families of students, .of  Elphinstone - school. .Donations  ^i^be welcomed to Jhelp _i-  l_a__ce���-', f__-_r~trip.v ___j^Lumby'<  ��� band cbhtains 35 students.  water   supply   on   the   uphill  side- of the Highway.  *��� The    hignways    department  informed council it was adhering to the 1<972 grid system  plan: which '.was. prepared .at  that time. The department, also  informed ,the council delegation that it. would' maintain  communication with council on  any further planning ��� operations.   _ -    ' ,      "  Aid. Hoehne explained that  surveyors who appear to Jbe  working at various points "are  not surveying new rdad possibilities but are surveying the  area through which1 thK highway will pass. It is the department- policy to survey- in-  depth at such locations., i "_   >���  ' He 'said rthe" roads depart-  fnerit was  pleased-with Gibsons , choice   of   fPterik'  Road.  While surveys are under ;Way���  the aldermen said there is;rio,  reason tb expect a highway to .  be started as no money, has '  been allocated for.it.    -  r A letter sighed by 16 persons  asked  for   slow  traffic  signs in Dogwood Road vicinity where -a umber of children  are .usually playing. They want  signs . at   the   Glassford ��� and  Cochrane roads corners. They  also   asked   for   the   cutting  down and back of a piece of  the- "shrubbery ~growth jtt the  empty  lot  at Cochrane/road  corner... They    maintaii|' .-the  growth ' blinds traffic turning  that corner.,  (Signers of the letter were  Mr. and. Mrs. E. Kelly, Mr. and  Mrs. -T. ,Cbnnor, Mr. ai*d Mrs.  rU;/^v^nen, Mr.,-^-Mfe. j  S^ltiiowSes, Car_-ll ''__> Gsr-  michael, Mr. and Mrs. D. G.  Doran, - Mr. and Mrs. > D. N.  Sugrice and Mrs.. T. Mulligan.  Sechelt leads  in construction    Curling club  Prior to the federal election,  all'those eligible to vote are  enumerated. For- those" who  find they are not on the prelim  mary Roberts Creek-Gibsons-',  Port "Mellon voters list, there  will be a further dlay set as&de  for those wisluhgito add their  name or make any corrections.  Revision day will be-held on  Wednesday, June 10, between  10 a.m. and 10 p.m. The enumerators will be available at  their homes on ,this' day. Below is a list of the enumerators and their telephone numbers. A map will be posted ib  the   window, of  the Bank  of  Montreal     (Gibsons branch)  showing . the poll  boundaries.  Poll Enumerator Phone  06   V. Beeman 886-2665  .7   J. Erskine 886-7265  98 J. Mahlman 886-2125  99 S. Boutillier 886-7168  100 D. Hurren 886-2004  101 F. West         , 886-2(147  102 P. Richardson 886-7452  103 D. Driwnmond 886-2807  104 S.  Rydak 886-2564  105 D. Fraser 886-7227  106 J. Smethurst 886-2864  107 F/ Gallier 884-5376  108 J. R. Maxwell 886-21i70  Tides     Death takes lain Stewart. 7.  SPONSORED BY  MARINE   MEN'S   WEAR  J  HT     T  LT  me li2<  0590  8.3  1105  10.0    1650  7.0  -  2400  14.2  13  i'  0725  7.3  r  1245  9.9   1640  1 8.1  il��  0085  14.0   0855'  6.1  1440  10.5    1845  9.2  15  0105  13.9   0345  4.9  '  1550  1)1.4   2000 '  10.2  16  0145  13.9    0930  3.7  1700  i2.4 ano  10.8  17  0225  13.9    1010  2.5  11745  ���13.3    2215  11.2  18  0315  14.1    il(050  1.5  1335  14.1    2310  11.4  19  0400  14.3    1135  0.8  191��'  14.6  - Pacific Daylight Time  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1685 Marine Drive, Gibsons  Chargex IMBaster Charge  FOB YOUB  SUMMER  C-LOTHING  Iain   Stewart,   in   his   77th  year,  died in his -hoane, Seaview Road, June 7. A memor-,  ial service will be,held Thursday at Harvey Funeral Home  at 2 p.m.  . Glasgow, born, he was educated at Abbotsford school and  Glasgow High school and quite  conversant in Gaelic, winiiing  , a, junior medal in 1911.  Iain joined the Glasgow  Highlanders during the First  World War and was the only  survivor of .the original company in which he served. He  enlisted when 19 and in 1917  served with the American  Army on loan.  He was a member. of the  Royal Canadian Legion Pacific Command 177 and'the American Ernie Pyle Legion post  1089, Hyde Park, New- York.  After the war" he was. em  ployed as a purser on Canadian PacificjSteamships. He retired in 1947. He helped' put  the original Empress of. Britain in commission during 1920.  His two deceased brothers,  Charles and Eric also served,  Eric in Russia in 1910. Iain was  known a one of the best script  penmen in the area, and produced several presentation  documents.  He leaves a brother Donald  Alan Stewart who served during the two wars. He is nojw  residing in Gibsons.  RINGS   STOLEN  . _''v  Over the weekend a plate  glass window of Marine Men's  Wear premises on Marine Dr.,  Gibsons, was smashed and a  display of a couple of rings  was stolen.  Sechelt's building -construction to date for 1974vis quite a  sizable amount, actually $1,033,  000. .Gibsons total for the same  period is $578,000. Sechelt's increase includes construction of  the arena.  . Residential construction in  both places reveals $503,000 for  Gibsons and $600,000 for Sechelt.  Benefit dance  for fire victims  A benefit dance for three  persons who lost considerably  in the _ire which wiped out  Gibsons Cleaners on Gower  Point rd. May 25 will be held'  ' Sat. June 29 in Gibsons Legion hall.  The' trio, were Mr. and Mrs.  Odermatt and Jack "Fitchett.  Clara Nygren is arranging the  program. There will be live  music. Tickets are now on sale.  New park  Cooper's Green will become  a district park when the Regional   District   board  accomplishes   the   purchase   of   the  property.  ���7......Under terms announced by  the provincial parks branch,,  the^ department expects the  cost could be $100,000 with  the government putting up  two-thirds of the amount and  the Regional District board the  remaining one-third.  to remove trees  ' Gibsons Curling Association  plans to start work on falling  trees on the village land close  to Park iRoad. It will advertise  shortly for the removal of timber to be felled. '  1 This was revealed at Tuesday r nighfs ' council meeting  when it was decided that council should have an observer on  the Curling Association board.  Aid. William Laing was selected as the observer.  Navy to come  Two ships of Canada's Navy  will be in Gibsons for the Sea  Cavalcade it -wtas announced  by Cavalcade officials. __ it  should happen to be the same  vessels as came last year,  Thunder and Chdgnecto, look  for an interesting event when  the pirates appear.  A budget of $2,600 has been  apportioned in the six sections where financing is necessary. Children's Day will be  featured with a prize for the  best baby and five judges have  been chosen to judge the baby  photo contest which closes  July 31.  THIS YOJJR BIKE?  Gibsons detachment have in  their possession the following  bike. It is requested the owner attend to claim his bike.  . Gold boy's bike, has banana  seat, made iby J. C. Hoggins  and has 24" wheels.  \:  VISITORS  ITOMtTI0\  WKeke to Stay  PBMKSUtAHOia'-;������  About 7 mires from'Langdale  on Sunshine Coast Highway'  Full Hotel Accommodation-  .     Phone 886-2472  <  7lOI��MSLODa    ���"���  ���    Heated Swimmng Pool  'Sauna Watfrff -  ���7. Excellent Cuisine  On Highway 101        ,  7 miles past Half moon Bay  . .   v   Phone ��85-2233-  Toll  Free  687-8212  X02Y COORTMOia  '     Inlet Ave, Sechelt   7   "  Phone '885-9314       .    ?  BOW-BROOK CAMP  �� TI?AJL�� PARK  . Gower Point  -  CAMPING by the Sea  Modern facilities in a rural  afenosphere  Where to fat  ft*-*  Full Dining Facilities  , Take Out ���Catering  SunsHihe Coast Highway  *, - *.      "���*   . .?>���    -      *-, *i  PATIO GARDENS  Full Dining Facilities  ''Canadian &  Chinese"  Exactly Vi way between ferries  on Hwy 101-  __      Open Noon - 8 pjn.  BEN'S TAKE-OUT DHVE.K  Sunshine Coast Highway  Across from High School  Phone 886-7828  THE HOMESTEAD RfSmUftANT  On Sunshine Coast Highway  at WOson Creek  SKHB.TINK  Opposite Bus Depot  Sechelt  Food Supplies  Bars SUPERHTE  and DELICATESSEN  Cold Cuts and Ass't Cheeses  From all over the World  Sechelt 885-9414  SBCHftT FAMILY MART LID.  Across from. Hospital  Opposite Bus Depot  Groceries ������ Records  Tapes  Open -7 days a week  11 a_n. to 11 pjn.  DELICATESSEN  HEALTH FOOD  AT  VARIETY FOODS  Hwy 101 across  from Bowladrome  Gibsons Wildlife Auction CluWltouse 1 pm June 22  TWIUGHT 1HE/HKE  Sunnycrest ��� Gibsons  886-2827 -,-Show starts 8 p.m.  SEE PAGE 6 2   Coast News, June 12, 1974.  Subscription states: British Columbia $4.50 per year,  $2.50 for six months; Canada except B.C. $5.00 per year,  United States and Foreign $8.50 per year.  Published Wednesdays at.:-Gibsons. BC.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher :  -Second Class Ma"1 registration number 0794. Re'niin  postage guaranteed. Y  Phone 886-2622        P.O. Box 460, Gibsons, B.C  School act changes proposed  \ ,- Two sections of the Public School Act presented as  amendments for second reading in the legislature, will  be of interest to those involved in the educational chang-,  es promoted by the Barrett government. They concern  the elimination of capital referenda and a decision affecting district superintendents.  To acquaint, the public with the intentions of Minister of Education Mrs. E. E. Dailly, here is what she said  on both subjects on the floor of the legislature: ��� ���  Y -' "One of theTmajor sections of our act is the removal of the capital ref erendum. This is something which has,,  of course, been asked for by a niimber of school boards.  It is something whi^^  sitibn, advocated,   y 7^  "We do believe that the school boards are quite capable of making those ref erendun_rdecisions on capital requirements. I do want to ^ there  certainly is a countercheckby^ goyernnient as we Tpay  50 percent, 75 percent, or 90 percent of capital expenditures in some^areas of t^                         '..'.'  "All approval for capital pi^grams has to coine,- of  course," before {the Department of Education, so there is  certainly a counter-check on it. JWtoat we are basically  . saying, though, is "that school boards are responsible  enough to- niake those basic decisions withouthaving to  go tp referendi^l\y 7'y;  "It wilF give thein a chance to plan, I think. In the  long-range view they won't be iii the sdtuatibn they were  in under the former government where t;he referendum  was still insisted upon and where you had school districts having their referendums go down to defeat with  the result that today, we, as the government, are having  to pick.up many of those areas ���which have been standing  negiept^d in the past. 7  "We feel that the taxpayers have their rights in this  because certainly they elect the school board, That's  where they can certainly let their school board know  whether ^hey are pleased with their planning or not.  "I would also hope that any school board would use .  the tne<^n-_^  they are pfeujnmg  Which they think the taxpayers might be concerned.  about. We would certainly expect them to have; public  meetings and discuss these new pirograms with the taxpayers before they present their programs."  The point involving district superintendents drew  this explanation from the minister: *Y y  "There is also a section of the Act whichactually 7  states that we do feel that the district superintendents^  must  also consult  with  their  professional  staff^  over  which they have direction, before they make niiajor pro-;  fessional decisions in their districts.  "The government firmly believes in the consultation theory in the management of its affairs. Since the  district superintendent of the district is specifically directed by the Public Schools Act, it is felt it's appropriate to spell out in the school Act to all concerned that  we expect, and want to see this consultation technique  used." /  R. H.. McClelland, Langley Socred during debate  said he felt a little concerned over the consultatioh angle  and he wondered if the -district superintendent's duties  were being watered down.  He concluded his brief remarks by saying it would  appear to he "...that, he won't be able to make any  moves in these important areas, nor will the school board  unless they first of all get the permission of the teachers  in the school district. It seems to me that is going just  a little bit too far if, in fact, that is what that section of  the bill means."  5 to 25 years ago  Five Years Ago  The   death   is   reported   of  Alexander Znotin, 80 year old  seaman and fisherman, whose  paintings are well known on  the Sunshine Coast.  A rustic alter commemorating Myf and Rex Retallick  was dedicated at Camp Byng.  :   10 Years Ago  Norman Buckley was ap-  gpointed administrator of St.  Mary's Hospital and Mrs. Lillian P. Egan director of  nurses.  A choir directed by Mrs.  Ran. Vernon performed at a  concert for the purpose of  raising funds to buy gowns  for Gibsons United Church  choir.  15 Years Ago  Pound Law notices wiH be  posted shortly replacing the  Open Range signs . which  should have - the effect of  keeping cows off the highway.  20 Years  Ago  Gibsons  and District Ratepayers   association   discusses  the possibility of establishing  a hospital in Gibsons.  25 Years Ago  The Resident Loggers association dance reports raising $200 to help Tom Davy  and family of Gibsons whose  home burned.  Hon. E.G. Carson announces the road to Port Mellon will be started this year.  ? *  Seaview Cemetery board  Yhas a big problem. It has had  problems ever since it was Organized about 30 years ago.  Its present problem, is to get  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District board to take it over  as a regional problem.  The board felt sorry for. the  .two members who are left to  run the cemetery, one Eric  Thomson, close to 85 years  of age wants to relinquish his  position as chairman.  7 Here is Mr. Thomson's letter to the board's chairman,  Mr. Frank West:  "This is to enquire as to  whether the Regional Board  would take over the Seaview  Community  Cemetery.  Some months ago, a Mr.  Davies, of the staff of the  Cemeteries Act Administra,  tion, Department of Health,,  Victoria, came v here in response to a letter which I had  written to the department to  find but how Mr. Ed Butler  and I could quit.  "Briefly, Mr. Davies sugv  gested that we approach the  Regional Board. If it was wiping to take over the cemetery?  the government would then  pass enabling legislation to  extend the powers of the Regional board to cover the sifc  uation, and then there, would  ���be an order-in-council passed,  transferrin,, the cemetery,  lock, stock and barrel to your  board, and Mr. Butler and I  would be out from under.  "How i��ve got mixed up wit_h  it in the first place is as follows:  Shortly after I retired-  here over 25 years ago, a Mr/  Robert  McNicol, who was a  professional     Legionary     oh  pension claims, and Was also  one of the cemetery trustees,  told me that there was a vacancy on the cemetery board,  and suggested that I fjll it. I  did, and the vacancy was created by Mr. MjcNicol's immediate departure from Gibsons  to Saanich. The cemetery had  been opened not long befor��  this, as handier than the old  . one up the mountain. The oti-:  girial  trustees  got the  land;  cleared it, and -got into operation without help from any-^  body, arid when I became a;  trustee, ��� .the  operations were  simpleaxid effective. '  Y "The'':���������'minister's ���������-wife-- was  secretary and treasurer, kept  the books'in a school exercise  book, and Wally : Graham,;  hardware man and sideline  mortician kept the map showing who went where, and  graves cost $20.00. Some years  later Graham retired and unloaded his mortician's job onv  to John Harvey, ahd that was  how things stood in December 1964.  "By that time the trustees  were MT. Ron Haig, head of  Gibsohs .Legion and a C.A.,  Mr. S. Burt, accountant; Mrs.  John (Kathleen) Wood; Mr.  M. Martiridale, who was never  there, and myself.  "Our only customer was the  Harvey   Funeral   Home _, Ltd. ���  These  two  accountants were  appalled by the simplicity of  our  operations,  and proceed- .  el to instal  (1) a filing cabinet;   (2)   a tin safe for, the -  books  and   (3)   a yard long  synoptic bookkeeping system,  all of which were housed in  the front porch of Mr. Burt's-  cottage on Chekwelp Reserve,  Granthams.  "They were dissatisfied with  the slowness with which Mr.  Harvey came through with the  grave -money. We put a boom.  chain on the main gate, and  Harvey got the key when we  got the money. This lasted 30Y  days and at a Trustees' meet  ing in December 1964, Messrs.-  Haig and Burt resigned.  So Y  did Mrs. Wood, saying that it,  was no  place for a woman.  Mr. Martindale wasn't there,  and to round things off, I quit  too.  "I forthwith tried to get  somebody to take over, and  tackled Gibsons village but'  the mayor was aghast at the'  suggestion. I tried out the  Legion,    Kiwanis    and    such  a cemetery!  other doers of good as were  then in existence but got nowhere, despite my pointing  out that most of them would  end up there. Meanwhile Mrs.  Burt wanted the stuff out of  her porch,.and, as Mrs. B. P.  Butler was starting up her  real estate office where she is  now, I asked her if-,these,  things could be moved to her  office. They were and are  there jiow.  "As the occasional cheques  needed two signatures, it  somehow came to pass that  Ed Butler and I did the signing, still do, and do everything else. There wasn't much  to do, and we paid a caretaker $25 a month to cut the  grass sometimes in summer  and more or less hibernate in  ,vinter. This came to an end  last year, when the caretaker  had to get $100 a month, so  We boosted the grave charge <  to $100,, just to keep about  level with him.  "But what has also burgeoned is the, paper work occasioned by the thirst' of all,*  kinds of . government departments for information. I didn't .realize that-Ed Butler and  I had been running this graveyard for 10 years. He is now  more than busy with the B.C.  Automobile Insurance, and I  am nearly 85, and*we both  want to quit.  "We haven't had a red cent  out of the job, and don't want  anything, but over tpe years,  mostly through no overhead,  we have accumulated " some  $10,800 investments1 in ���.the  name of the cemetery, which  we figured on for perpetual  care, but which the B.C. government will certainly grab as  a trust fund.  "So, Mr. Davies having come  all the way from Victoria to  give us this message, we pass"  it along for your board's consideration,, and, if you don't  want to have anything, to do  with  the cemetery,   we <shall  just have to-send everything  to  Victoria,  and  close  down  the 'cemetery.  ,���ERIC R.YTHOMSON.';  Director Charles Gooding^ of  the Regional/board was appointed chairman of a committee to look into the future  of Xhe cemetery.  DISCOVER  Ihe SUNSHINE COAST  through  K. CROSBY  Charles English Ltd.  886-2481 886-2098  Toll Free 687-6445  The Government of the Province of  British Columbia  British Columbia Department of Labour  Minimum Wage Increase  A reminder to Employers and Employees that  effective June.3, 1974 theuGeneralMinimum Wage  in British Columbia'increased as follows:  $2.50 PER HOUR FOR EMPLOYEES  18 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER.  $2.10 PER HOUR FOR EMPLOYEES  17 YEARS OF AGE AND UNDER  Further inquiries may be .directed to your  nearest office of -the British Columbia Department  of Labour or, directed to the Department oj Labour,  Parliament   Buildings,   Victoria, British Columbia.  women in  You'd find that the sawmill  and plywood industry now  has somfe women forklift  operators and truck  drivers. And the IWA 7 '.'���  is demanding Maternity  Leave for these members. Their seniority  and jofrsecurity\? ���'���  depend On it.7  You'd find the average logger has to     \'J-  support two homes ���  j- one at camp, the  other wfiere his  family lives. The IWA  considers this unfair  and is therefore;--- .  rhand i ng free room  and board from the  forest industry to       Y  lighten this burden  on their membership.  You'd find safety of  prime concern to  people working in  the forest industry. The IWA was the first  union in North America to have a full-time  director of safety and are, iri this year's  contract talks, demanding improvement  and extension of these rules. All the wage  increases and cost of living clauses in the  world are of little benefit to the woodworker out of work because of an accident.  You'd find workers, like you, trying to cope  with rising costs ��� like the cost of adequate dental care for their families. The*  IWA is demanding a paid dental plan for its  members to  -,  ensure proper'  dental care for  themselves and  their families.  You'd find the accent on  leisure time growing, as in  every other sector of  society. That's why  the IWA is demanding improved vaca- * ���  tion time and a  -shorter working  week foe its members who feel it is  r. becoming increase  Yingly important to Y  spend as much time  as possible with  .-��� thejr families.  You'd find the average woodworker  unable to afford  today's high cost of  living: The IWA is  7 ���-'-. therefore demanding  a one dollar an hour across the board  increase for its members. It's not going to  make anybody rich ��� just help woodworkers cope a little better with  rising costs. >  You'd find the backbone of B.C.'s economy  ��� the Forest Industry. Its members,  through the IWA, are making realistic and  reasonable demands in their current negotiations and are determined to continue  their policy of good faith bargaining. All we  ask is that the industry do the same;  '   PuMiahadby:  WMMm Canadian Regional  CoancU No.11.W-A.  . SM* CammarcJal Dfiw��,  Vancouver, 9.C Sports results  Grade 8, 80 Meter boy's hurdles,  Clint Suveges   16J1   sec.  Midget Girl's 80 Meter hurdles, Lynn Husband 17.3 Sec. R  Boy'is, Tom KettleY..54 Stec. R  Gr. 8 Boy's High Jump,  Gary Guelph 1.3 Meters.  Junior Girl's Long Jump,  Vlalma Scrugham 4.6 meters R  Gr. 8 'Boy's Discus, Gary  Guelph 26.5 Meters.  Gr.   8   Girl's  Shot,  Carolyn  Sandy 7.5 Meters.  Jr.   Girls   Javelin,   Georgia  Rhodes 14.5 Meters.  Pole Vault: Sr.} Mark Evans  2.4 Meters.  Gr   8   Boy's    1500   Meters*,  Richard Underwood 5 min. 6.5  sec.���.. '"       ���.  . -  Jr.& Sr. Boys 1500 Meters,  Steven Miles 4 min. 47.4 sec. R  SATURDAY June 15  LIVE MUSIC  Piua will be available  Pfeone 886-2472 FOR  RESERVATIONS  SECHELT  PER ANNUM  I.S.C Deposit Account  (INVESTMEISTT ��� SAVINGS ��� CHEQUEING)  Interest Paid Semi-Annually, June 30, Dec. 31  Calculated on Miniihuni l\_onthly Balances  of $50pVor more y    y  Full chequeing privileges. Nominal service charge  Pole   Vault,    Midget  Jamie Egan 1.8 Meters.  Midget Girls High Jump,  Sheree Hancock 1.24 Meters R  Midget Boys Long Jump  Tom Saunders 4.2 Meters Tied  Record.  Jr. Girls Discus, Isabelle  ���Martinez 21.5 Meters R  Jr. Boys Shot, Pat Gaines  13.2 Meters R  Midget Girls Javelin, Valma  Scrughaim 22.4 Meters R  Gr. 8 Boys 100 Meter, Richard Underwood 13.4 sec; girls  Leahne Nestman 15.1 sec.  Midget Boys HO0 Meter, Jack  Crosby 13.8; Jr. Girls, Sheree  Hancock jlj4.2 sec. R; Jr. Boys,  Stewart Craigan 12.3 sec; Sr.  Girls, Margaret Finlayson 15  sec.  -Pole  Vault   -  Gr.   8  Boys,  DavidvKelly 2.6 Meters.  Jr. Girls 'High Jump, Sha'rry  Hancock,  1.24 Meters.     Y~���'--.-  Sr.   Boys  Long  Jump,   Ken  1  McDonald 6.0 Meteris.      7     -   -  Jr. Boys Discus, Carl Montgomery 29.1 Meters.  Jr. Girls Shot, Tsabelle Martinez 7.1 Meters.  Jr. Boys Javelin, Dave Lamb  43.4 Meters R  Jr. ;& Sr. Boys 800 Meter,  Steven Miles 2 min. 19.9 sec.  R; Girls, Gail Nielseon 2 min.  57.5 sec. R  Jr. Boys High Jump, Trevor  Swain 1.65 Meters R.  Sr Boys Triple Jump, Ken  McDonald 12.9 Meters R  Jr. Boys Long Jump, Steven  Miles 5.1 Meters, Tied Record.  Midget YBoys    Shot,    Dean  Boyling 10.4 Meters.  Sr. ":. Boys     Javelin,     Dave'  Lamb 43 Meters R  Mid Boys 200 Meter, Richard TTntferw'ood 28.4' sec; Girls  Sheree Hancock 30.8 sec. R;  Jr. Boys, Stewart Craigan 25.7  sec.;'  iSr.  'Boy�� High  Jump,   Ken  McDonald 1.79 R  Midgfet   Boys   Triple   Jump,  Mike MeNevin 9.02 Meters.  Sr. Girls Long Jump, Margaret Finlayson 3.85 Meters.  Midget    Boys    Shot, . Jack  Crosby f-0.7 Meters.  Midget Boys Javelin, Tom  Kettle   13.4 Meters.  Midget Boys Long Jump,  Tom Kettle 3.8 Meters.  Midget Boys Javelin, Leslie  Setchfield 35.1 Meters R  Jr. Boys 400 Meter, Steven  Miles 62 sec. '  Sr. Girls Javelin, Kerry  Mahlman 21.2 Meters R  Sr. Girls Discus, Pam Ben-  ner 20 Meters.  Sr. Girls Shot, Kerry Mahlman 8.5; Sr. Boys, Dave Lamb  10.5 Meters.  Boys,     Coast News, June 12, 1974.   3  MS officers  attend session  at  Several members of Mt. Elphinstone Chapter No. 65  journeyed to Penticton to attend the Evangeline Session of  the Grand Chapter of British  Columbia and the Yukon. Order of the Eastern Star in the  Peach Bowl from May 27 to  29.  Taking part in the colorful  process-onal were Wilma and  Bert Sim, acting as grand page  and grand usher. Other members   attending   were   worthy  matron    and   worthy    patron  Margaret  and Stan Trueman7  Grand     representative     Margaret    Siwan -also    Margaret  Hauka,    Mary    Steele,    Mary  Gordon,   Phyllis   Parker,   Zoe  Eades,   Leona  Gatz^   Margaret  Foster, Alice Hough, Kay and  Vic   Franshe,   and   Edith   and  Bill Fraser.  It was learned that several  hundred thousand dressings  had been made by members  all over British Columbia during the past-year. These are  proviLded free of charge . to  Cancer patients. Dressings  may be received from the local station. For information  contact the convenor Mrs. R. .  Cumming br any Eastern Star  member.  Members are now preparing  for their annual summer tea  at the Masonic Hall on July  6.  Christmas Seal ;  efforts expand  FALSE ALARM  Refuse being burned behind the now burnt-out Peninsula Cleaners premise^ on  Gower Point road resulted in  an alarm being turned in at  4.50 p.m. Thursday^ Firemen  have dubbed it a false alarm.  Seaview Road  Gibsons  886-9551  I  ���"'���.' : ' ���       \ '  ' COMPLETE SERVICES  LOCAL OR DISTANT BURIALS; CREMATIONS; MEMORIALS  PRE-ARRANGEMENTS     .  DAN DEVLIN -^ OWNER-MANAGER  Miss Beatrice Williscroft of  Vancouver was elected to her  second term as president of  the B.C. Tuberculosis - Christmas Seal Society at the 36th  annual meeting of the Society,  ; Ma^'.ii6,Y; ���'���,;/ \y--"  In addreasing the delegates at  ,tli-' .Sheraton Plaza Hotel, Miss  Williscroft said, 'We have  changed direction. This change  has meant increased identification with respiratory r diseases while maintaining an interest in tuberculosis.',  Born in Cumberland, Vancouver Island, Miss Williscroft  had been a member of the executive committee of the Society for ten years arid vice-  president for two years prior  to accepting the . presidency  last year.     . ^  Miss Williscroft presented  honorary life memberships in  recognition of service in the  field of respiratory disease to  Dr. F.O.R. Garner who served  as^director of Travelling Clinics for the Division of TB Control (for 15 years prior to his  retirement last year; To Dr.  CC. McLean, who retired last  year after 13 years as director of surveys for the Division  of TB Control and to Kenneth Vaughan-Birch who had  been active oh the Board of  the Society from I960 until  his retirement last year,  SECOND TXME WINNERS  Winners a second' tome in  the same competition is not  usual but it happened in the  Libns Cluib 400 draw. Mrs. P.  Massey and Mrs. C Tucker of  Sechelt were the lucky second  time winners last week. The  draw was made by Norma  Young. Y  . .   '  Premier to open train trips  Premier Barrett will make  a three-day tour7 on the B.C.  Railway, leaving North Vancouver on ������ June 20, staying  overnight in Lillooet on June  20, in Williams Lake on June  -21, and concluding in Prince  George on June 22.  The tour will begin with the  inaugural run of the Royal  Hudson Steam Train, leaving  North Vancouver at 10 a.m.  and arriving in Squamish' at  noon. There will likely be official ceremonies at both locations.  Following, the Squamish  ceremony.     Premier     Barrett  Authentic British Columbia etchings by Bob  Sheridan are now on display at Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Eight subjects with envelopes in a dJainty box.  will leave via BGR forYLill-  ooet, where he will stay "overnight in- local accommodation.  On June 21, the Premier will  travel to Williams Lake. At  some time during the day,  Barrett will likely work with;  track   crews.  | Log  or  styro  floats  tol  order,   gangplan ks ,1  I wharves, anchors - Calif  [us for your requirements!  Call BERT CARSON  886-2861  Just ask  John and Lila Trott  about West wood Homes.  A new home is the major purchase of a lifetime.  So it really pays to shop aroimd���to make sure  you're getting maximum value for your money.  That's what the Ttott family did. They looked  into several possibilities and, in the end, decided  on a Westwood Home.  It was a wise choice. Because, in addition to low  cost, Westwood offers a complete home-buying  service. We can help you with every detail, !rom  design to financing.  What's more, we use only the finest, kiln-dried  materials, to ensure that your new home will be  a source of pride for years to come.  Thinking of a new home? Take a tip from the Ttotts.  Shop around. Then talk to your Westwood dealer.  **";  BUNDING SYSTEMS IHX  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  886-7642  Box 107  886-7833  GIBSONS, B.C.  Self Service  Restaurant  Baron of Beef  TAKE-OUT  ORDERS  Ph. 885-2933  Highway 101  at  Wilson Creek \:38&&-&~a_&i^  ���<6��i��a��-J��3Se_04er.i.as(  4   Coast News, June 12, 1974.  Bridge club  ends season  '.._  On Wed., June 5, a tasty  luncheon was served to members of Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary at the home of President  Jean Longley. With timely cooperation from the weather,  everyone relaxed on the patio  overlooking Georgia Strait and  enjoyed the sunshine.  In attendance were 36 members at this last meeting before   summer   holidays.   Mrs.  Verna Trant,  a new member,  was welcomed.  The season's last Bridge night  was held on May 25. Fifrst  prize wa won by Margaret McKenzie and Eleanor Gritt, second to Ivy St. Dfenis and Chris  Ward. Door prize went to Ken  Strange.  Convenors Gleddie Davis and 4  Alameda Whiting, presented a  trophy to Ivy St. Denis for  hdgh total score of the year.  The monthly bridge nights will  be resumed in September.  THE   TRUTH  THAT   HEALS  On the Christian Science  radio program, the TRUTH  that HEALS, in the Coast  News today, people tell hotw  they have won over atheletic  injuries through God's constant protective care.  Sports, a wholesome activity, are a legitimate part of liv-  inig. Taking part in them, we  may know ourselves protected  by God, constantly supported.  A spiritual discipline tin. sports  involves the practise of accuracy, vitality, alertness, good-  humour, flexibility, ease, qualities that we have naturally as  children, or reflections of God.  The conscious use and appreciation of these qualities  increase our pleasure and skill  in athletics; Knowing also,  that we are kept safe in God-  protecting care, assures us of  healing in case of athletic injuries. Y  For further information or  free literature in Christian  Science please contact 885-  9778.    ;  PRESBYTERY MEETING  Rev. Jim Williamson, Gibsons United Church, announces that the Burrard Presbytery  of the PUniifed- Church will  jhold   its  meeting ih\ Gibsons  United church Tueday, June  1& The church court will sit  at 1^2 noonY7.. 7-YJ   7/ ���'���  DR. XORNE GREENAWAY (  who' has been nominated as the  Conservative candidate in the  Coast-Chilcotin federal election. Dr. Greenaway is a na  tive of B.C. having been born  at Bella ICobla 40 years ago.  He has. visited the Sunshine  Coast and expects to be back  again shortly.  town cenotaph where they  were greeted by town dignitaries and a crowd of over  800 people.  Mayor Jim Fraser welcomed Mr. Stanfield and presented him with a pair of made  in Canada cowboy boots, appropriate to the campaign  trail. Stampede Queen Rox-  anne Henderson presented  Mrs. Stanfield with a bouquet  of roses and Mimi Stanfield  was charmed when tiny  Elaine Bliss clad in the costume of the Cariboo! Indian  Dancers presented her with:  a bouquet of sprjng flowers  Lome Greenaway. Progressive Conservative candidate for Coast Chilcotin completed the gift giving with  three books from Ma Murray,  longtime editor of the Bridge  River LUlooet News, to Mr.  Stanfield- In conveying his  appreciation to Ma, Mr. Stanfield said 'While I have not  had the pleasure of meeting  Ma Murray I have enjoyed  her interviews on TV and  consider Ma to be a great  Canadian institution, I hope  she will not mind being called  an institution and in any case  she is truly a great Canadian.'  to  V  EditorY Dog control^ -4pets  or pests? Attention of council  requested.  Like     Ewart     McMynn*    I  would like to see dog control  made   effective   not   only   in  Gibsohs    but    also    in    rural  areas.  Re financing dog control,  Y-why cannot the dog license  money be employed for this  and if necessary an additional  50 cents added to the property  tax as suggested iby another  reader. And why not apply for  an LIP grant?  I am not in favor of destroying people's pets but"I am in  favor of destroying people's  pest's.  The dog round-upper should  immediately destroy all dogs  wearing no  identification.  Owners of identifiable dogs  rounded up should hnmediate-  ly pay a dog irrapoundingfee,  a dog destruction fee and the  cost of boarding the dog for  one week at a kennel or pound  During that <week a dog owner  should build and have approved, an effective dog enclosure,  and after the dog is restored  and 7destructidri fee  and bal-  . ahce from boarding should be  refunded. 7Y-Y-   Y;::  Meanwhile if the dog register indicates that particular  owner has had a dog rounded  up once and a second: case isj  reported the dog be destroyed  even if it is not the same dog.  Dogs not reclaimed within  one week should be destroyed.  Other thoughts on the sacred-dog menace: Only neut-  , eredYand spayed dogs be allowed Tas 7 pets. Allow three  months from date of bylaw as  we have, only one veterinarian. After thas date non-altered dogs be destroyed.    \  .-  Sex dogs to be allowed on  property of breeders.  Licenses to foe issued based  on one and two.  Dog food to be sold only to  owners showing proof of having a current dog license.  Pierhaps reprinting the present legal position re dog control in all aspects will _ti.y��  everybody a chance to study  it and come up with more  ideas for effective dog control.  ���Jean iSherridan, RR2, Gibsons.  Liberals to meet June 12  A general meeting of the  Sunshine Coast Liberal association will be held starting  at 7 p.m. Wed. June 12 at the  Peninsula   Drive-in,   Sechelt.  At .this meeting committees  will be organized and election  scrutineers chosen for the  three election days, two advance polls June 29 and July  1 and election day.  The membership of the as-  sociattion has more than  doubled and it is expected the  Liberal candidate, Jack Pearsall of Powell Fiver, nominated in Sechelt last Oct. 6,  will have good support  throughout the Coast-Chilcotin  constituency.  N. D. P.  The cost of living and the.  crisis in housing across CanaY  da are having a profound effect on the people and these  are the problems we are confronting in the present campaign. I feel that only the  NDP have answers which will  begin to solve these problems,'  he said.  Olaussen will be in Powell  River campaigning this week.  He  plans   to   visit  the  lower  peninsula,    go    up    the '. line  through    Squamish,     Lillooet  and 100 Mile House to Williams Lake.  He Will tour this ���*  Bella  Coola   area   before  re-  turning  to  Powell  River  for^  the last week of the electidnTki.  campaign. r     : >     /"> sbe  Coast-Chilcotin NDP candidate Harry Olaussen in TorontoJune 4th. addressing the  Canadian membership of the  United Paperworkers Union,  urged his fellow.union members to take an active interest  in the formation of their new  . union and to become personally involved! (in the coming  federal election.  Warm Cariboo sunshine  greeted Robert Stanfield and  his party when their flight  landed in Williams Lake for  a short visit on their swing  through the interior. The coU  orful red, white and blue'_  Stanfield buses sped the party  from  the   airport  to. the  >_  CO  DO  O  CQ  <  O  o_  o  ���s  0_  Eh  <  O  PQ  <  O  PQ  co  Eh  <  O  PQ  BUOY 0U8 MAJOR REUE-TIOH VfflH A BOH FROM  Trail Ba. Sports (Iilmited  COWRIE ST., SECHELT  Phone 885-2512  SEE OUR FULL LINE OF CARTOPS AND RUNABOUTS  INCLUDING CANOES, SPORTYAKS and SAILBOATS  15'6" Hourston, Full camper top, 50 hp. Johnson motor, E.Z. Loader  Trailer (full list $4,370) installed ready for water '$'3  695  SALE PRICE _ ���    <4J^*W<_/  Model 1820 17% ft,K & C, full camper top, 85 hp.  Johnson (Full list $4,689)  SALE PRICE ���-____���_���  Frontiersman 9 ft. dinghy & 4 hp. Johnson complete with  oar package (full list $626) SALE PRICE -__������_   $4,295  Springbok 12 ft. Aluminum  SALE PRICE   $339  o  %  Ui  g:  >7  Ui  o  8  >  ��� _  ui  w  'O  5.  O  o  >  sj_voa   sxvoa   s_.voa   s_i,voa     sj.voa   sj.voa   s_ivoa   s_Lvoa      _  SUNSHINE COAST REGION AL DISTRICT  Re- REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS  Application forms for registration as an Elector in the Sunshine Coast Regional District have now been distributed, two to each household in Electoral Areas A, B, C, D, E and F via the mail in the RuralRouteDelivery.  In addition, the following distribution centres will be available at the  times and locations stated, to issue further appli-ation forms as requested  to those persons not provided for in the household mail delivery:  ELECTORAL AREA  -, ���  A  '-���'������;:" A -v-  ���  ,   -A    '-���'��� '���7;':,:  .������;B-.;YY7Y .V  ":;:--���'��� /������'-b'^-y, .  " G;;.~y: "'  ' D  :  D    ,  ;'  e '  ���'"���"'���������   E     .  ������-.- ���   F  DISTRIBUTION CENTRE  Egmont Elementary School  Pender Harbour Motel, Garden Bay  Pender Harbour Community Hall. Madeira Park  _E_alfmoon Ite^  West Sechelt Elementary School  Davis Bay Elementary School  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Roberts Creek Su!b-Po_t C^ic^  Elphinstone Secondary School  Legion Hall, Gibsons  Langdale Meme^tary School \  PROPOSED OPERATING TIMETABLE  THURSDAY, June 20 & 27 ��� 4 pm. to 8 p.m.  FRIDAY. June 21 & 28        ��� 4 pan. to 8 p.ni.  SATURDAY, June 22 & 29 ��� 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.  ELIGIBILITY: You are an ELIGIBLE ELECTOR if you, or any member  of your family,;or household residing at your present address are:  (1) Nineteen years <xf ^ge, ot noore; (see |6<^bte*)  (2) A Canadian Citizen or British Subject;  (3) A Resident of Canada forthe past twelve months, and a Resident of British Columbia for the past six months immediately  preceding the date of AppHcation for Registration as an Elector.  * Footnote. Any person not yet nineteen years of age, but will be on,  or prior to, Saturday, November 16, 1974 and is otherwise qualified,  will be entitled to be registered as an Elector using Form 1 (Special).  N.B.       No Eligible Elector can be placed on the List of Electors after  the Court of Revision held on October 1st in each year.  All completed application forms can either be handed in at any of the distribution centres as aforesaid, or mailed direct,to:  Tlie Registrar of Voters  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Post Office Box 800  Sechelt, B.C.  Y        VON 3A0  EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO  Any enquiries should be directed to 885-2838, Monday to Friday during the  hours of 8:30 -4:30 p.m.  E. WILLMOTT  June 10, 1974. Secretary-Treasurer. -     , Horoscope for the next week  By TRENT VARRO  ARIES - March 21 - April 20  Things may seem a little muddled up and confusing for the  next week or so. This doesn't  mean that ,they will be bad  but you may feel that others  don't understand your viewpoints.  TAURUS T April 21 - May 21  'Lady Luck' should be with  you now. There's much that  you can do to help others, and  by so doing, you will be helping yourself. . Ifs -important  that you keep lines of communication open.  GEMINI - May 22 - June 21  Some good solid foundations  for the future can be built  now. Your thinking is crystal  clear , and should enable you .  ] to establish yourself securely  in whatever work you are engaged in .  CANCER - June 22 - July 22  Some special benefits are apt  . to come to you at this time  from a completely surprising  source. Those working in hospitals, institutions or anyone  conected with the field of  medicine should benefit greatly.  LEO - July 23 - August 23  ��� New 'undertakings, new opportunities in the line you have  /been following are expanding  -'before you now. Gain is conning if you put lessons 'learned  in the past' to the proper use..  VIRGO - August 24 - Sept. 22  News from far away places  may come to you sometime  during the next week that will  involve money, hospitals or  travel. Don't become mentally'  upset and .you can benefit  greatly.' 'A >,  , LIBRA -. Sept. 23 - October 23  The" last part of this month  should turn out to be muidh  better than the first half was.  If you use what astrology offers now, you will thrive;7 if  you turn against if, you may  suffer.  SCORPIO - Oct. 24 - Nov. 22  There is a ,greatv big question  mark sitting right in the centre of your chart at the present. There are two paths for  you to choose from. One will  lead to success, the other, to  oblivion. Be wise in your  choice! : ^  SAGITTARIUS Nov 23, ��ec 21  Things should be in a happier  state of affairs than they were  last  week for all Sagittarius  persons.  Plan for  the future  by all means, but take no aggressive action. -7y .;  jDAPRICORN Dec. 22 - Jan. 20  "Starting  today,   and  continuing right through to the end  of the month, you should find  ���;  things   much   more   relaxing  than   they   have \ been.   This  period can be most beneficial  financially.                   v     ; :,  AQUARIUS - Jan. 21 * Feb. 1_  Don't  let  inspirations^ of ,fate  undermine       a       wonderful  chance of success at this time.  Positive   thinking^ nbw^yi may  '-'bring some wonderful-benefits  . if you will only think straight!  PISCES - Fell. 19 ;;MSwc- 20  ,'.: If youhave been7 cultivating  calm    ; self-confidtence,     next  week- should bring ;you much  gain   financially.   If   business^  pressures   have   shaken   your  nerves, remain calm;, cool and  collected.  Copyright 1974 by Trent Varro  7 All- rights reserved.Y7  7  Sechelt area's attitude towards obtaining a subsidized  library under provincial regulations has Aid. Norman  Watson baffled.  He finds the former library    organization    members  -too old to tackle the pressures required for organiza-.  tion of a library board. He  readhed the point, Wednesday night of last week at a  regular meeting of, Sechelt's  council under Mayor Harold  Nelson when he made an> ap  peal for some members of the  public to please come'' forward and help ��� organize.  Aid. Watson said they do  not have to be residents of  the village as the proposed  library would cover an area  from Halfmoon Bay to Selma  Park. Aid. Watson has been  in communication with Library Commission officials, in  Victoria and realizes there  are grants to ' be obtained.  That is why he seeks local  help to get a library board  started.  Coast News; June; 12, 1974. 5  WATER BILLS PAID  The 1974 annual water bill-  , ings flat rate user charges  mailed out by the Regional  District board during* May  have been paid/ up by more  than 55 percent E. Wilmott,  secretary - treasurer of the  board reported was a considerable impovement over last  year. . Y   ���  DAUGHTER IN GIBSONS Y  Williaim Dunn, 78; of White  Rock died May 30 ieaving  among his family a daughter  Mrs.Wilmer Rogers of Gibsons  Swim instructors sought  Experienced Red Cross  swimmers who would1 like to  become instructors are invited  to j register, for a Red Cross  and Royal Lifesavirig instructors school which starts on  Saturday, June 22. The 8 day  course will be held in Powell  River.   :  Successful candidates will be  certified as instructors for  both Royal Lifesaving Society  and Red Cross; and will be  qualified to teach in their  community's      aquatic      pro  grams. ,  Candidates must be at least  17 years of age and must hold  the Red Cross water safety  leader award. Candidates oyer  20 who do not'hold the leader  award may apply as mature  students if they hold a cur-  ren bronze medalllion;   :  All candidates must pre-  register. Forms are r available  by calling or writing Trixi voh  Hahh, Water Safety Area Consultant, c/o- Campbell River.  Recreation Dept., 401 ���������'- 1 lth  Ave., Campbell River, B.C. 7  Vocational  training.  the  open door  to a  future  The difference between a mediocre job  and a very good job is usually  better training.  However, in the past it hasn't always  been that easy to get training.  Now things are different. Becauco  now there are Community Colleges  and vocational schools throughout the  province, offering a good range of  vocational and technical programs that  can put you into a better job or increase  your skills in your presentjob.  Think about it. Then talk to a  Community College Counsellor.  The door is always open.  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, VICTORIA, B.C.  1 he Hon. Eileen Dailly, Minister  Woejwfo we are about- to  ."?- jreceive...    .. ���. COAST HEWS CLASSIFIED ABS   6 coast New., June 12,1974.   MISC. FOR SAIf (Cont'd)  FOR RENT (Conr��)  Phone 886-2023  Deadline ��� Tuesday nooa  5c a word, minimum 75c  for up to 15 words  ;      Subsequent Insertions % price  25c added for bookkeeping oil  ads  not  paid one  week  after  Insertion.  Jtegal ads 25c per count line.  Subscription Rates:  B.C. 1 year $4.50, 6 mo. $2.50  Canada ex. BjC. 1 yr. $5.00  U.S. & foreign 1 year $8,50  COMING EYEMTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons, 886-2827  SEE THEATRE AD  ��� UNDER MISC.  FOR SALE  June 17: OAPO Branch 30,  Health Centre, Gibsons.  Transcendental Meditation information.   886-7654,   886-2524.  June 30: Wargames Rally, Gibsons Legion Hall. Admission  Free. Refreshments available.  Open ilO a.m. to 10 p.m.   Every Monday night at 8 p.m.  Bingo, New Legion Hall, Gibr  sons.  i-i.i-_i .���  -      i      ���i ��� '������ -. ���.'  . Every Thurs.,- 8 p.m.,  Bingo,  Legion Hall, Roberts Creek.  wwfiiT ~~  1X>NINI   ���   To   George   and  Wendy   Donini    (nee   Wendy  Gurney)    Smothers,   B.C.,    on  June  5,   1974,   a. son,   And|res  IHer, 5 lbs, 13% oz.  MATHS  BUSHFIELD ��� Passed away  June 7  1074, Joseph Harold  Bushfield  late  of 1198  Headlands   Rd.,   Gibsons,   B.Ci,   at  the age of 76 years. Survived -  by his wife, Irene; 1 son, Harold, Burnaby;  1 daughter Jo-  ssephine   McLean,   West   Vancouver: 2 sisters, 'Gertrude Mc-  Luckie   and   Mabel   Hunt; ,8  grandchildren    and    8    greatgrandchildren. Predeceased by  his daughter Phyllis. Mr. Bushfield served with the Canadian  Army in France during World  War   I   (54th   Battalion)   and  was the youngest Lieut, in the  Army at age .1(9. He was a life  member of  Army,  Navy  and  Airforce Vets, .Kingsway Unit  100 and received the Centennial medial,  on July  1;,   1967.  Funeral service was held Tuesday, June 11 at 2:30 p.m. Ifrom  the   Gibsons    United   Church  ((Trueman Road) Rev, J...Wil- ���  liamsoh   Officiated.   Interment  Seaview Cemetery. Harvey Funeral Home, directors.  STEWART ��� passed away  June 7, 1974, "Iain (Steward of  Gibsons, B.C., in his 77th year.  His only survivor, his brother  Donald. Mr. Stewart was a veteran of World War 1 and a  member of both the Canadian  Legion and American 'Legion.  Memorial service Thurs. 2 p.m.  at the Harvey Funeral Home,  Gibsons. _^_  mvaWm~~     ~7  ;PR_EJW'ER��� In loving memory  ��of my dear husband and father, who passed'away June  11, 19713."  The blow was great, the shock  / severe, We little thought the  end was near,  And only those who have lost  can. tell the pain of* parting  without farewell.  More each day we miss you,  Friends may think the  wound is healed.  But they little know the sorrow that <Ues within our  hearts Concealed.  Sadly missed! by wife Anne  Prewer,  daughers  Lois and  Ann,  Kathy,   son  Vincent  Jr.  and 1�� grandchildren.  CARDOFTHAMIS  The Ladies Auxiliary to Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 109  wish to thank the businessmen  and residents of Gibsons and  area for their generous financial support during the recent  Mini Bus Blitz. Thanks also to  ��� #.. Legion members for their assistance^   iosT  Motorcycle exhaut pipe and  helmet on Sunshine Coast  Highway, Roberts Creek-Gibsons area. Ph. 886-2622.  FOUND  Man's good ring. Person may  claim by phoning 886-2053.  HELPWAimD  Johnny Construction. Licenced  ' carpenter will do all carpenter  work and painting. Anywhere  in district. Phone 886-7498 evenings. [_ ' ���  Automotive mechanic. Trade  qualification certificate desirable, but not necessary. For  details: phone -86.2-84 during  normal working hours, and  ask for George, after June 7,  1974.  KELP WAKTED (ConfA  Odd jdbs to be done? Call Ball  at 886-0188.   AVON  YOU CAN SELL AVON .all-  time or part-time! As an Avon  Representative you can schedule your own work-tug hours.  Make the most of a real earning opportunity b/ selling  quality products right in your  own community. Call now:  885-*2183 after 4 p._n.  WORK WANTED  Garbage hauling. Free estimates. Phone 886-^632.  PAINTING  &  LABOR  'by contract only  Crew available  Y Phone 886-0245  . We provide a complete tree.service for the Sunshine Coast.  All work insured and guaranteed to your satisfaction.  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  885-2100  Backhoe available on request.  Phone 886-7638.              ..���-   <__ ; ��� ���  Will   do   any7 kind   of   work  around house and garden, also  moving   and   hauling   of  any  kind. Phone 886-9503.  Backhoe available for drainage, ditches, water lines, etc.  Phone 886-9579. ��� Y  WORK WANTH) (Cont'd)  CHIMNEY  SWEEPING  Oil Stove-  Phone  Ron  Crook,  886-2834  after 5 pm.  TYPEWRITER   Y  & ADDING MACHINE  SALES & SERVICE  Phorie 886-7111  For. all your carpentry heed's  Call A. SHEPPARD  CONTRACTING  885-2978  FURNACE INSTALLATION S  OIL BURNER SERVICE     ,  ^Financing Available  Call Thomas Heating; 866-7111  PERSONAL  CARPET CLEANING  The Argosheen Method  We towel dry!  Phorie  12 to 1 - 885-0327  7 or after 5 p.m. '���<-,  NOTICE  For Latter  Day Saints in this  area, contact 886-2546.  If you are concerned about  someone with a drinking problem call Al-Anon at 885-9409.  Meetings St. Aidan's Hall,  Tuesday,  8 p.m.        V. '  MISC. FOR SAIf  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  Gibsons, Ph. 886-7515  IN STOCK!  Simplicity Spin Washer $229.99  Disston Cordless Shears  Hand model $19.99  Upright Model 26.99  Shirub Trimmers       -36.99.  Y&lPPI-JANCE SALE  Toasters $16.98  Steam Irons 14.98  Coffee Urns    Y 12.98  Steam  iron for $7.49 with  purchase of another appliance  See Page 195 Summer Values^  Cat.  '74. "'���-���:������  VIKING Hot water tank,  30sal.  Special ���  $85.95  Also in Stock ��� .VIKING  Refrigerators arid^Dishwashers  white and colors  Parts cabinets Reg. $17.99  Now $12.99  .  Miscellaneous  paints  TWILIGHT   THEATRE  Gibsons   -   886-2827  Thurs., Fri., Sat^ June 13. 14, 15  SUPERDAD  General  Evenings vat 8 p.ni.  Matinee Sat., 2"p.m.  Sun, Mon., Tues. June 16, 17,'18  PAINT YOUR WAGON  Special request repeat  performance      "  Mature   Pony with saddle, $160. Phone  886-7041.  21" Black & White, General  Electric TV. Good condition,  $75. Phone 886-77il3.  40 bundles of shim shakes at  $2 a bundle. Phone 886-9668,  Special Summer Sale  Color TVs and appliances  Drop in and browse these special prices. Sunshine Coast TV  Sales and Service Ltd. Phc*ie  885-9816.   1 month old ladies 5 speed bike  with child carrier. Excellent  condition. Asking $85. Phone  886-J9087.  Pig pong table," $25; -cheque  writer $25; radio record play-:  er $30; greenhouse $90. Phone  886-7920. -  Weaving machine, with coats,  and skirts etc. for making rugs'.  Spring and mattress. Ph. 886-  9873.      ' -    ��� ;  Spanish Provincial dining room  suite ���like new. Reasonable.  Phone 886-7658.  ^  "Chrome table, 4 chairs covered  with>off white leatherette, $45;  large lounge chair* complete  with stool, $15; bed. wooden  . headboard, spring, mattress,  $15. Phone 886-7105.  G.E. Fridge; wall mount basin;  vac. cleaner; lady's wardrobe  case: cat basket; dog travelling cage; Volkswagen hitch;  oddments Phone 886-7355.   1(968 Harley Davidson 250 cc.;  Sprint S^S. (Low mileage. PhY  886-2122  ._  Yamaha motorcycle 80, $250.  Needs small repairs. Ph. 886-  7598.  *-  Television, $25; lounge chair  $8; coffee table $8: bed and  spring  $15;  phone  886-7598.  Air conditioner, $100. iPhone  885-2944.   ' Quantity of Vz gallon wine bottles, 25e each. 1647 Marline  Drive, Gibsons, after 6 p.m.  Like   new   Kenmore washer  spindlier, $140; 4 tires on  axles with electric brakes  from new mobile honie. $275.  Phone 886-9041.  Single axle for boat trailer,  $50; 50 ft. 4-wire rough usage  cable, $20; Phone 886-7183.     .-  Used electric and gas ranges.  also oil ranges. C & S Sales. Pb  885-9713.  Sechelt   BARGAIN CENTRE  Used furniture arid household  goods  Bought ��� Sold ��� Traded  Sechelt, 885-9843  WANTED  One 30 ft. 8" x 8" timber. Ph.  886-7268.    Donations of any usable items  for Kinsmen White Elephant  oale, July 14. Phone 886-^2131  after 6 p.m. for pick-up.  Second    hand    propane   wall,   .,  lamps. Phone  112-987-1363. _^     PROPERTY WANTED  Trailer space available on private property.7 Water, septic  tank, power arid phone. Phone  886-9625. 7  800 sq. ft. shop space for rent  in village of GiSbions business ~  district.  Write  P.O.  Box  202,  Gibsons, or-phone 886-9604.  Maple Crescent Apts., 1660'  School Road, Gibsons. 1, 2 and  3 bedrobm suites. Cablevision,  parking, close to schools and  shopping. Reasonable rent. Ph.  886-7836.  PROPERTY FOR SAIf  For "sale by owner, ; duplex,  comprising 2i bedroom suite &  bachelor suite. Gibson��. Ph.  886-7216 eves. '   .  LANGDALE  Cleared, magnificent view lot.  Easy terms on full price of  $11,000. Phone 886-2090 after  6 p.m. -Y;  BY  OWNER  5 acres level,, treed, 2 miles to  Langdale Ferry. Located^ofif alternate Highway 101. $24,500.  Phohe  522-9286,  ~~  SECHELT AREA  By Water, Panoramic View  Ex grocery and: butcher shop.  Fully equipped, living quarters below. Grossedover $83,-  000 in '73 on 5 day week, 9  a.m. to 6 p.m. Only commercial property in fast growing  area. Closed; due tb illness.  Blacktop" driveway, parking,  129 ft. frontage on Highway  101. Equipment optional. Only  steps to beach. Safe^moorage.  Phone  885-2532.  Lower Road, Roberts Creek.  Completely renovated, 71200  sq. ft., 3 bedroom, house situated on % -acre lot with fruit  trees and ready access to private swiiriming beach. This 7  home is offered by owner  with washer, dryer, fridge arid  stove for $29,000 .cash. Will  take mobile hbihe as part pay-  ment. Phone 886.-9594.  Large treed lot in the village  of Sechelt, 100 x 250, $14,900.  Phone 885-2087Y  View lot in Gibsons. Phpne  886-2417." ��� V-:"YY Y- 7" ���;,    -Y^- .  Hopkins   Landing:   4  bedroorii"  house,  by owner,  semi-waterfront,   access   to   beach,   safe  mooring. 886-2492 after 6 p.m.  SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  '62 Ford Falcon, $200. Good  engine, new tires. Phone 886-  9880.7  ��� 1       1      _      ������ ��� ���   1 ���  ���  '70 Corolla, 20,000 miles, $1100.  Phone 886-0594.  1963 Volkswagen van, new  paint and upholstery, good  transportation, $1450. Phone  886-7310 or  886-9819.  BOATS FOR SALE  USED BOATS  1973 17 ft. K & C Thermoglass  and 85 hp. Evinrude: 7 Boat  complete with camper top, wip  er, and 15 gal. gas tank. Full  priced $3495.  16 ft; plywood hull, canvas top,  $205.'     '  Trail Bay Sports Unlimited  :Y Box 678, Sechelt, B.C.'Y  Phone 885.2512  8 ft. cartop rpwtboat, fibreglass  over! wood, and bars. Phone  886-2397. " ' Y:���>  Sangstercraft, 17' x 5'10". Oufc  board, 40 hp., ready to go.  Phone 886-7926.  MARINE  INSURANCE  PROBLEM-? ���'.���<  7 New insurance advice 7  Reinsurance advice'  Claims settled  Capt. W   Y. HiggsY  Marine Survey6r  Box 339, Gibsons  Phones 886-9546 or 885 9425  WANTED 10 ran  Couple, no kids, no pets, need  to November. Will pay to $175  house immediately from June  for. summer months. Local references available. 886-2106.  Young lady seeks accommodation immediately, cabin or  suite, at reasonable rates.  Please contact 886-9264.  Want to rent caLbuij Gibsons-  Granthams Landing area.  Aug. 3 to 17. Phone 112-435-  1515 or write Mrs. Denis Love-  rock, 4976 Chesham Ave., Burnaby 1.      ;'  2-3 bedroom dwelling anywhere on Peninsula. If offer,  call collect, R. B. McFarlane,  112-985-3626.  Top Soil for Sale  Balba & Son -Landscaping  886-2684 or 886-7096  (���Wanted to buytoefore July 1.  Acreage with or without house.  Cash ayailable. Write Box 593,  Gibsons, B.C.7       Y  MOBILE HOMES  12 x 62 Leader mobile home,  excellent    condition,    includes  fridge and stove. Can ibe seen  at    Sunshine    Coast    Trailer  Park. Phone 886-9826 or 886-  7818.        _     _______    __.'..  20' x 48' Squire, double wide, ."  8 ���   bedrooms,    utility    room,  fridge, stove, rugs arid drapes.  Available immediately. Phone  886-7378.  3 bedroom, 1 year old double,  wide trailer. Fully furnished,  including washera nd dryer,  shag carpet.: $6,400 down, as-;  sume _.&3^rrierits. Ready to^move  m immediately. Phone- 886-  7684 after 5 p.m.  __  _  SUNSHINE COAST MOBILE  HOME PARK & SALES  ��� New7Models now on display:  12 x '62, 2 bedroom Statesmani  carpeted    throughout. ' Large {  iiyingroom'and bedroom. Bay*  window. ..:"  -All models include 2 dr. frost  ^ free   fridges,   deluxe   -an_es.  wiashers   and   driers,   cuistpm  .made   futniture,   deJivery  and  7tomplete set-up; All tares sxv  jcluded. No hidden charges. No  extras to buy.  iHwy 101, Gibsons Ph. 886-9826 i  MORTGAGES  NEED MONEY?  Mortgages  Arranged  Bought  Sold  First ��� Second ��� Third  Summer cottages  and builders loans  "'������ ' readily available  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  Corp. Ltd.  2438 Marine W. Van.  IPhone 926-3256  Charles English Ltd.  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  GIBSONS, B.C.       Ph. 88i6-2481  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE  TOLL FREE 687-6445  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� APPRAISALS  ���'������., Lots ayailable in Langdale^ Roberts Creek and Sechelt. Prices irpip $7,200 to $13^00., : y  DAVIS BAY: Quality built 3 bdrm hoirie on landscaped  view property. Large kitchen,  two fireplaces, excellent  -view from living rooiri and master bedroom. This is one  of Davis Bay's finest homes. $58,000.  16V_s ACRES: with long highway -frontage, 2 creeks. TNot  in freeze.. Treed. $38,000. ,.'  4 PLEX: Centrally located in village of Gibsons, on view  land. This attractive property is availabe with- excelllejnt  tenancy. Requires only moderate down payment. This revenue property will buy itself. $71,900.  REVENUE PROPERTY: .9 suite apartment ��� exceaaerit ���  revenue. This property has potential for future ej-tpafri-:  sion. On sewer, zoned multiple dwelling. Ideal opportunity  for investment in an expanding area. Terms on $137,000.  TRIPjTjEX : Located on extra long lot, close to school i and  shopping. A good beginnirig investment. $40,000.  NORTH ROAD: In'the village, close to school and shopping centre, 3 ibdrm home On deep lot. Wz bathrooms, attractively priced at $37,000. See us for financing details:  31 ACRES:'"Near'..village,, mostly cleared, lias tremendous  future growth potential. Asking $90,000. ?^  MARINE DRIVE, GIBSONS: TLpvely home close to beach.  3 bdrms., utility, fireplstce and .sundeck. $25,000v Tejrms-;  $5,000 down. Dominion Lease Land. iSemi-w^aterfront; Gdod  view /'-Y-;''.'Y: ���'-���.;��� ;,:; '-;'--7'Y^Y7'"-; 'yr-;       ':-      '������'" ���.7.7.'t7-  20 ACRES -��� HWY 101: Close to Gibsons, Has log cabin  very nice flat property in ^deallocation. F;P. $66,000.  10 ACRES PRATT ROAD: Very good holding property in  a growing district. Asking $48,000.   Y^ y:  Ken _rosby ��� 886-2098  Don Sutherland ��� 885^9362  ''���"'l-i.  Mike Blaney ��- ��86/7436  ���;7' JayWVisser 886-2531.  CONSULT US FOR ALL  YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS  Phone 886-2000 ���- Gibsons, B.C.  MEMBER ��� MUI-TXPLE LISTING SERVICE  * The best of fresh water and  ocean fishing Tfrom this de-:  lightful retreat Authentic log  cabin in riatural setting ��� 90'  beach on beautiful lake in  Pender Harbour only $27,500.  �����.-���/  Granthams: On large view lot,  a real^f amily home pf 3 bdrms  deri, living rooih, family size  kitcheri with breakfastr area;  separate dining room, mod.  . vanity bath. W/W except kitchen and bath. %-. bsmt. A-oil  heat; Carport Tgrounds simply  landscaped for easy care. Only $36,000" with cash to mortgage'required.  ' '���:������     '-    . V' V'Y- ���'���.''     -���.'������  Retirement Special -f- Cozy 4  room cottage, level landscaped  lot on quiet residential street.  2 private patios; carport. Pri-  v^e frdnt gardenY $31,500.  In excellent location, 4 bdrm  home featuring lge. living  room with fireplace, dining  room, corridor kitchen with  built-ins, epinbinatipn bath and  dressing rooiri. Utility, 2 spacious finished rooms; furnace  room, lge; storage ro6m arid  small off ice in bsmt area. Sun  ���deck at rear overlooking garden. Cash to 9%% mort7     :  Gower Point: Cottage by the  sea.' 2 bdrms, livirigrpom, dining room, and modernTkitchen.  'Tastefully decorated throughout. A must to- see at only  $31*500:  ������.������'-   ���-���;������      ��� ���  "'���'',-.'   ���   ���' ' '  Gibsons: In prime location,  uppe^; and lower duplex, all  services and steady tenants,  errific view. $32,500, sortie  terms considered: 7  LISTINGS WAITED!  Norm Peterson  886-2607  Freda Durriont  886-7105  WART McMYNN REALTY  Phone 886-2248  Box 25* Gibsons, B.C  Gibsons  Notary Public  FOR ROT  Furnished luxury bachelor  suite. Gibsons. $)125 per month.  Phone 886-7216 evenings.  GIBSONS RURAL, t��� Lot in 'Chaster Road area; level, easily cleared, full price $8500.  COMFORTABLE HOME ��� 2 floors,, view property. 1.58"  acres in quiet rural setting. Full price'only $32,350.  ROBERTS GREEK��� Nice retirernent or starter horiie; 2  bdrms., living room and cabinet kitchen; lot 50' x ISO'  Only $20,000 fuU price.  CLOSE TO GOLF COURSE ��� Weil built home with FJP.  and full basement; 2.3 acres of level land, close to creeks.  Full price $43,000.  GIBSONS WFT. ���- Priced for quick sale. 2 bdrm home on  50' lot. Very nicely finished interior. Only .$42,000. Some  financing availabie..  LISTINGS WANTED  Ron McSavaney. 886-96SW ANNOUNCEMENTS  For membership or explosive  requirements contact R. Nixn"  mo, Cemetery Road. Ph. 886-  7778. Howe Sound Farmers'  Institute. Stumping or ditching powder, dynamite, electric  ���> or   regular   caps,   prima-cord,  HOWE SOUND WATER TAXI  New Brighton, Gambier Island,  is now under the management  of Mr; John Knight. Phones,  886-9343, 886-96511. Radio controlled.  Alcoholics Anonymous.     Phone  ;  885-9534,    886-9904   or   885-9327.  Gibsons meeting Monday. 8:30  O.nx in Gibsons Athletic hall.  SOFTBALL  Pen Hotel  Roberts -Ck.  Wakefield  Legion   ;7  Pender Hbr  W  10  8  6  2  0  ��L  0  3  3  7  113  Pt  20  16  IB  4  0  1:  RECHARG1  FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Y  Skindivers available  for salvage work  -������'      Marine Hardware  Fibreglass, paint, rope, cattva*  WALT 7 NYGREN SALES  (1*71) LTD.  Gibsons. 88J-9303  WANT SOMETHING DONE?  You'll find ihe help you need  in the Directory    ,  ���-/'  uses  piano, organ  The annual recital of Aletta  Gilker pupils was held June 3  in Bethel Baptist church, Sechelt. Both the piano and organ were featured in a program of solos and duets.  The program included piano  solos by Howard and Nancy  Honeybunn, Barbara and Jeffrey Birkin,. Davad and Tony  English,- Marian and Sylvia  Passmore, Eileen, Ava and  Charlotte Bandi, Theresa God-  ber, Robbie Almond, Kitty Visser, Bonita Dube, Joanne and  "Sharon Frorriager,, Valerie  Smith and Wanda Erickson.  ' Piano duets by Marian and  Elizabeth Passmore and Kitty  Visser and Bonita Dube.  Organ, solos by Paul Perry  and Mary Madison. An organ  and piano duo was performed  by Mary Madison and her son  Philip.? The program closed  with two piano solos beautifully played- by David Fromager,  a former, student now studying  at UBC.  Achievement awards for the  year were presented /to Marian Passmore, Tony English,  Joanne Fromager and Philip  Madison.  Refreshments brought the  enjoyable evening to a close.  June 4: X  Legionr���  Pen Hotel ��� 9  WP.: F. j Reynolds  L.P., Doug Elson   Y Y  H.R., L. Stoochriofif, 3  (Pen  Hotel.) 7  ��� ''"A Y.-Y7  Pen Hotel kept Itheir league  record perfect Tuesday night  as they d'oiwned Legion 9-il behind Freeman Reynolds' 2-hit  pitc-hing. Lawrence Stoochrioff  was the star of tbe game hitn:  ting 3 home runs arid driving  in 4 runs in 4 at bats. -The 3  homers ties Stoochnoff for the  league lead with P. Klatch oD  Pender Harbour.  Pender Harbour -���7  Wakefield Inn -- 15 '  W.P; S. Hately 5th, J. "Hall.  L.P., A. Dribenki  HjR.,'   J.    Gray,    I.    Yates  (Wakefield).  Wakefield jumped into an  early 6-0 lead but iPender  bounced back with 7 runs in  the 5th. to take a temporary  lead. Sandy Hately came in in  relief and held Pender scoreless the rest' of the way. Ian  Yates and. Jim Gray each 'hit  their 2nd homers of the year  for Wakefield.  June 6:  Roberts Creek ��� 6  Legion ��� 4 " '   -  WP., R. Henderson  L.P., Don Elson  H.R., S. Vanstreppan (R.C.)  Legion    dropped   their   7th  game of the yea^r after falling  behind  the Creek. 4.0 in  the  first inning. Ralph Henderson  picked up his 2nd, consecutive  ^victory for the Creek.  June 9: -  Pender Harbour ��� 5  Pen Hotel ��� 12  W.P., B. iLegh  L.P. A. Dribenki  H.R., Bland, Legh, (Pen Hotel). - -     '  Pen  Hotel pounded   out   13  hits  in  gaining  Barry Legh's  first win of the Season in his  first start. Ken Bland was the  batting leader going 3-4 at the  plate including his- 3rd home  run of the season, a grand slam  Al Dribenki, Pender's pitcher,  was 2 for 2.  Pender Harbour ��� 0  Pen Hotel���13  W.P., A. Skytte  LP, A. Dribenki, Klatch 5th  Pen Hotel ran their record  to iO-0 behind the 2 hit pitching ;of Alex Skytte Bob Crosby  7was 4-5 kt the plate.  Legiojv ���- 2 r  Roberts Creek ��� 4  -WP;; L. Pearl  YLJP^Dbvtg Elson y  ' Legion  continued to 'be the  hard luck losers in the Men's  ~��--..-.v...., _. _._.._ v���,,     Fastball league as they drop-  D^n^cKay^228"7652),' June  Frandsien; 209, Phyllis Gurney pitchers pitched good games  201. Shirley Horsman 200.; Y but an error led to three Creek  Wed. Coffee: Marjorie Hen-Y ���hs and the Iball game. J^en  derson _60 (5_4>^ Darierie Max- Johnson went 4 for 4 for the  field 235,   Alice  Cauftoh  230,     Creek.   ��� ;��  Gail Prentis,216; YNora Solin-7>-     Roberts Creek; ~ 9  sky 200.  Editor: When reading the  May 22 issue of the Coast  News, I read with interest  the article under the headline Recognition for the Inglis family. I heartily endorse  the idea recognizing the \Ing-  lis name in any proper manner. ;���*��� '������  Having Uved in Gibsons for  upwards of 25 years I naturally became acquainted with  the Inglis family. It so hapr  pens   that   I   only   met   Dr.*  Hugh's    dad    twice    in   my  walks over to the village. He  wished      some     infornration  about        some        Vancouver  friends that I knew.  However  dealing  with  Dr.  ..- Hugh   whom   I- know   very  well I can testify to his very  fine work.  One day on  learning  that  Alf   Ritchey,   former   mayor  of   Gibsons   was   ill   I   went  oyer to see him. M-*s...Ritchey  '.'" happened to be in Vancouver.  Dr. Inglis called to see Alf. In  conversation   he  found   that  the Ritchey _   had  castor oil  on hand. Hughie as we have  many times read of the old  time    doctors    very    readily  took  the  part  of housemaid  and found the castor oil, but  there's   a   story   attached   to  this that bears telling.  Apparently, Bob Burns, -village   clerk   for   many   years,  had prepared some oil to^use  in lubricating clocks and, was  so proud of  it that he  had  given Alf a bottle of the oil.  Alf    was   deeply    concerned  that the castor oil Dr. Inglis  was giving him was' not the  oil for the clock.  Without  further   ado   permit   me   to   add, I'm   really  proud to recall Dr. Inglis.  I  I   well   remember   when   he  moved -from the old home in  the village to the new home ,  on   the   bluff   and   thought  many times that it was nice  to think he could look across,  to  his  old  home  spot 'frorii^^jfc  sit;   wall  to   wall   young"  Editor: . Theatre C&nada  ��hbwcase was held in St.  John's, Newfoundland and excerpts were broadcast over  the: C.B.C.. network recently.  A well staged production of  Romeo and Juliet was given  by students of a St. John's  High School.. Victoria, B.C.  was alsot represented by.their  production the Three Penny  Opera.  One play that interested  me very much was Winne-  peg's offering of Tennesee  William's Suddenly Last Summer, a play that the Driftwood Players presented two  years.ago. ";���  Having seen both these offerings, I can say that we people who saw "the local one  were fortunate. In no way as  far as directing or costuming  did the televised 7 version  reach the. excellence of the  ���local one. '  As for the acting, I cannot  comment as only a segirierit  was shown on . the screen.  This is 'the play that launched the career of one of bur  young ladles, Barbara Williams, on her career as an  actress.- She is now acting  professionally in Vancouver.  ���Mrs. Eileen Glassford. ,  Editor: The Elphinstone  Grad dinner and dance was  held at Gibson's Legion hall  recently and we as parents of  one of those graduates attended. *After a most enjoyable and satisfying meal the  music started. Some of our  generation ' find this music  unbearable, ^ but if I recall,  our parents said the same  thing about our music.  After.the dance our son invited some of the grads and  their escorts back to our  home? for more celebrating  which we feel they rated. We  must admit, at times, it was  hard to find a place to stand  where he lived.  I feel sure quite a number  of Gibsonites would be proud  to   find   that, soriie   suitable-  place bore the name Inglis.  In conclusion permit me to  extend my very best wishes  to my many Gibsons friends.  ���Dave Rees  people. To us it was very enjoyable.  So many people have nothing but bad things to say  about this generation. Perhaps it is because they haven't taken the time to know  them; We as parents were  very impressed with their at-  6  Alsagers honored by friends  Golden Agers: Belva Hauka  232,YD. Oliver 184, Mac Mac-  Lareri 7180, Jeari Lawlor 173*  John Thurston 165, Ralph Perry 164, Flo Gough 154, Ax*  Teasdale ISO.    -       Y  Tiles. Mixed: Flo Robertson  272, Jobri7(^ristikri-6n 254; MaV  vis Stanley 246 (605), Andy  Spence 244, Neil Woodman  235, Bernadette Paul 228 (��11),  Thurs. Youth: (3 .games) Danny Girard 1195 (543), Steve  Hoops?l88, Heather Wright 181  (498). Colleen, Hoops 177.  (27games): Geoff Spence 219  Dorii-ie MacKay 196, Dana  Whiting 167, Brent Rottluff 167  Judith Spence 151, Shirley  Spence 121, Tracy Jackson 100.  Ill  >__-J  David Jose��>h* Beaudoin was  convicted" of IMf "arid^r un in-. ���. ^^^-t j^^, 15  volying an accident in Gibsons.^; > * Wakefield -  Wakefield ���'5  ;: WPv G. Helmer 7      .-. ���:���.,  -L.P., SYHately  Y 7=; 7   ' Y7:'  Sandy. Hately buffered: his  first defeat of _ the season  against 3 wins, as Roberts'  Creek defeated ^Wakefield .9-5.  Home Run Leaders.  P. Klatch, 3, Pender Hbr.  7L. Stoochnoff, 3, Pen Hotel  YK. Bland, 3, Pen Hotel.  Games This Week: -.  Tnurs., June 13  Legion -' Wakefield, Brothers  He was fined $50 or 10 days ijrtY  jail. ' -"��� :;Y  Ian Gordon Brown entered  a plea of guilty to two counts  of driving a "motor vehicle  while under suspension: He  was given 14 days in the Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre in  Burnaby.  Kenneth -(Thomas Krintila  entered a plea of guilty to-im/^  paired driving. The incident  resulted after Krintila was  stopped and taken to Sechelt  for a breathalyzer test. The  reading was '.1��%. He was fined $250.  Wakefield - Pen Hotel, Hackett, Double Header, 5 and 6:30  pjn.  Pender.   - .Legion,   Pender,  Double Header, 1 p.m.  Tues., June 18  Roberts   Ck.   -   Pen   Hotel,  Brothers Park.  Golf news  June 4 ,Cou_^|PUtts only.  9 holes Hazel ^S^ght, P_is-  cilla Leith, tie. 187'holes, Jean  McHwaihe; Vera Munro and  Doreen Gregory,  tie.  ' (By LOIS BUCHANAN)  Saturday, June 8, was the  ^silver wedding anniversary of  Bob and Marion Alsager of  Gibsons who were surprise  guests of honor at a celebration recognizing their 25 years  of achievement held at the Gibsons Rod and Gun Club hall.  It ��� was the ��� culmination; of .  .weeks of secret planning bya  work iforce headed by Mrsl  Moira Clements, Mrs. BeaSkel-  lett, Mrs. Eleanor and Mrs.  . Doreen > Crosby, and friends  and relativesY The surprise  was aYrhajor accomplishment,  as Marion is known to her  marjy friends as one of the  busiest, ladies on the Sunshine  Coast. She is capable of fitting  more living into one day than  most do in a: week.] V  The |iall was ^ artfully. decorated 7 with multi - colored  streamers'offset with huge silver numbers of 25. Giant posters > adorned the wrall wliich  proclaimeid in ibaiilgjht colors  Happy Anniversary Marion  and Bob. Behind a heavily laden table set with a wide  choice of meats, salads and  home baked - pastries, topped  with a beautiful two tier cake  decorated in white, pink and  silver, iwere two giant posters  done in caricature likeness of  her parents by daughter Ginny  Alsager. "Y ,  '. Upon arrival the couple  walked on a red carpet to the  table where they popped a  bottle of champagne.' A toast  to the couple was made by Ken  Crosby, who then seated Marion and Bob beside a silver  Christmas tree adorned with  silver gifts of various sizesl  Ginny, Karen and Andrew pro  posed a toast to their parents  as being just the greatest  Mom and Dad anywhere, a few  hilarious remember whens by  daugher Karen, gave the Alsagers quite a surprise?, so  much so that mother requested  "Please,  no  more."  His Worship Mayor and Mrs.  L. Labonte. stood before the  couple as long time friends,  then Airs. Labonte before presenting the gifts gave a-heartwarming speech, by stating the  story, of Marion's life was unfinished thoughts, conversations arid so many things to be  done, she often said there just  wasn't enough time to do and  sayY everything; whereupon  the guest of honor loudly proclaimed 'What a terrific party, am I ever glad I camel'  Both Marion and Bob Ystated  they hadnit realized' how many  friends, they had, until they  saw so many of them in that,  one room.  The.. out-of-town guest list  included Mt. and Mrs. Peter 7  Conkin of Tsawwassen, Mr.  and Mrs. R. Holden, Vancouver; Miss Ann Tritt, Vancouver; Mrs. Sharon Kelly (Dat-  vis), Vancouver;: Mrs. Ruth.  McMillan, Burnaby; arid Pat  and Chris McDonald of Victoria. Along, with. the family and  friendsrwho were able to attend^ the best we could wish  for Marion- and Bob Alsager  would be another 25 years "to  do arid say everythirig that  still has to be done.  SEWERS: There" are lots  of things to be made over at  the United Church Thrift  Shop.  titudes and their manners. If      Coast'News, June 12, 1974.   7  these grads of our own com-     ~ ''   munity are any indication of Editor:. I would like to ten-  the calibre of grads from  across our land, we are not  in as bad a shape as some  might think. T_iai_ks to all  the grads and congratulations. ���Dick and Marlene  Blakeman.  P.S. A thank you to our  neighbors who tolerated the  riiusic. until the wee hours.  Instead of being annoyed,  Maybe they smiled and remembered their own big  night,   graduation.  der my apology to the chairman of the Timber Days committee.       ���   -     -  He pointed out the error of  my belief that the Mayor of  Sechelt was always represented in the parade in-the past.  However I have been assured that this matter would.  be discussed for our future  parade. And I sure hope their  decision will be in favor of it.  Again my apologies. ��� Mrs.  Yvette Kent.  Li  * ���  Party Headquarters  COURTHOUSE BUILDING  Wharf & Dolphin Street  SECHEL1VB.C.  X RAY RESULTS  FROM MOBILE SURVEY  Results of X-rays can be picked up at the Coast-  Garibaldi   Health   Unit,   South   Fletcher   Road, '  Gibsons, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon  and from 1:10 p.m. to 5W0 p.m.  We will be closed  ^J| Ddy Saturday> June 29  _S��_1-  COASTAL TIRES  Sunday, June 16  DAWN TILL 4 p.m.  Tillicum Bay Marina  RETARDED CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION  PHIZES  MEET THE  LIBERAL CANDIDATE  JACK PEARSALL  At the home of Mr. & Mrs. H. Rozental  (Old BallenMne Property)  Soames Point  Sunday, June 23 - 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.  EVERYONE INTERESTED IS INVITED Crown land for institutions  A plan to use Crown land  for institutional purposes was  presented to Sechelt's council Wednesday night of last  week. It was in the form of  a letter from Aid. Dennis  Shuttleworth to Don Lockstead MLA seeking his support within government circles.  Aid. Shiittleworth's projects are involved in the use  of Crown lands to the northwest of Sechelt's centre.  , 'The land to the west and  south of those district lots  .slopes gently, while to the  north and east steep slopes,  lead to the sea. As a result,  the area in. question, which  covers roughly 600 acres, is  . conspicuous from three sides,  has coriimanding views of Sechelt Inlet and the Strait of  Georgia, and enjoys a good  southern exposure. Such a  site is far too good-to be  squandered on urban develop-  ment but, should be enjoyed  by this and future generations.  "A simple way to ensure  this is via the establishment  of an arboretum on District  Lot 1472 and a Bauhaus type  post-secondary college on District Lots 1646 and 1647. The  Bauhaus was a German idea  of the late Walter Gropius  and was intended to bring  under one roof all disciplines  associated with architecture  and building, including mur-  alists, sculptors and furniture designers.  The Sunshine Coast is  ideally suited for such, a  scheme, being adjacent to a  large city and yet quiet for  Church  Services  BAPTIST CHURCHES  Pastor - Wilbert N. Erickson  Office 886-2611, Res. 886-7449  CALVARY - Park Rd, Gibsons  SUNDAYS  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  v Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Thursday - Prayer and Bible  Study, 7:00 p.m.  BETHEL - Mermaid & Trail,  Sechelt  SUNDAYS  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  Wednesday - Study Hour       7:30 p.m.  GIBSON8 PENTECOSTAL  Member P.A.O.C.  Phone 8B6-7107  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Morning Worship 11 a.m.  Evening Service 7:00 p.m.  Wed., Bible Study, 7:30 p.m.  Fri., Accent on Youth, 7:30 p.m  Pastor G. W. Foster  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2060  Sundays, 10 a.m. & 7 p.m.  Bible Study, Tues., 7:30 p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dykes .  "In His Service ���  At Your Service  Win over Athletic  Injuries  Sports, as with every other  activity, can be brought under a spiritual discipline, assuring  man   of  God's constant protecting care.  Broadcast this Sunday over  many     stations     including  CJVB, 1470 kcs. at 9:30 a.m.  A.  Christian  Science  Radio  The TRUTH  that HEALS  the pursuit of learning. No  other area in the world has  such a combination of climate  scenery and facilities, and  for these very reasons no  other area is in greater need  of protection from mindless  development. .  At the same time, this endeavor (arboretum) would  provide area employment, be  non-polluting, be a magnet  for scholars, and provide a  means for the forestry industry to check the adaptability of non-indigenous trees  for rapid growth and commercial uses. As a recreation  facility for residents and tourists it needs no  explanation.  To date, the concept has  received wide support on the  Sunshine Coast. All municipal governments favor the  idea. In addition, service  clubs, the. Arts Council and  Garden Club .are behind it;  as is Professor Taylor of the  UBC Botanical Gardens. The  Vancouver Natural History  Society has been requested to  lend support, which is confidently expected. ,  This short summary  gives a broad outline and it  is requested that an opportunity be given for Alderman  Shuttleworth to speak for the  Sunshine Coast to the ministers concerned.  'At the same time, it is requested that the lands department be asked to reserve  these parcels for the use intended, preferably under -a  trust conveyance^ of title to  the Village of Sechelt Onceac  ceptance in principle is given  local efforts will be undertaken to establish a Sunshine  Coast  Arboretum  Society.'  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's  Rev. David H. P. Brown    .  Sunday School, 11 a.m.  Morning Service. 11H5 ajn.  2nd and 4th Sundays  Holy Communion at 8:00 a.m.  St. Aidan's  Sunday School 10:30 a.m,  Sunday Service 9:30 am.  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH  11:15 a.m., Divine Service  9:30 a.m., Wilson Creek  2:30 p.m., Roberts Creek  ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES  St. Mary's Chwcfc  Father E. G. Lehner  11 a.m. Mass, Sundays  Wed., Fri., 7 p.m.  Phone 885-9526  I REMEMBER |  I HELPYOUR ���  RED CROSS I  ���   TO  Moral integrity  an urgency  Today's need for moral integrity is 'one of the most obvious urgencies in our society,' Christiin Scientistsfvom  many countries were tola at  the denomination's anniial  meeting in Bostori June 3.  "No nation could long prosper while drifting into a rriias-  ma of moral blindness, pubiic  and ipriyate,' DeWitt : TJohn,  the new chairman of The  Christian Science board of  directors, declared.        '7,7"���'.'���  "Divine Principle (God)7 is  the real source of iiitegrity  arid justice for every riaitibn,'  he said, 'our, ijnidividual.ad-  herance to principle is a powerful help in dembnstratirig  God's government among  men.' Y ��� ��� ':.'.';'',:; ���  More than 6,500 members  of The Mother Church iri Boston, were on hand.  According to Augusta  Watts of tfte assistantYbbm-  mittee on publication for the  Sunshine Coast, a number of  the members were from British Coluiribia. Some of therii  viewed the newly-completed  Church center for the first  tune.   ' Y  Mr., John told the gathering  that there is an answer to  the widespread confusion in  the world.   -  "At the heart of all of today's needs,' he said, 'Is the  need for spiritualization of  thought. Undestrbyed ;������>' riiat-  erialism is what wbiilct prevent healing and reduce so-'  ciety to confusion.'; j ^  -Quoting from 'Science and  Health with Key to the Scrip-  tures' by Mary Baker ;Eddy,  who discovered and founded  Christian Science, Mr. John  said: Tloriesty is spiritual  power. Dishonesty is human  weakness, which, forfeits divine help.*  He added, This has been  ' the clear teaching of Christian Science from the beginning. We all know that the  practice of honesty begins  with ourselves, with thinking  and action of every individ-  $   Coast News, June 1*2, 1074.  ual, in bur business and professional life, in guiding and  instructing our children, in  all bur human relationships.'  Mr. John was editor of The  Christian Science Monitor  six years prior to joining the  five-member Board of Directors in 1970.  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'   Y"'  Salmon Stew  1 lb. fresh salmon  /1  for Business  On Wednesday, June 14  one of our representatives  will be at Mr* / E* Kinsey  Snnnyereat Motel, Gibsons, 9-11:30 a.m.  Bella Beach Motel, Sechelt, 1-3:00 pjn.  Tel: 886-9920 (Gibsons) 885-9561 (Sechelt)  Thousands of enterprises in Canada have  obtained loans from IDB to acquire land,  buildings, or machinery; to supplement  working capital; to start a new business,  or for other sound business purposes  If you need f i nnnci ruj ford business proposa I  and are unable to obtain it elsewhere on  reasonable terms and conditions, perhaps  IDB can help you  m  WSTHIM  DEVEL0PMM7BM  145 West 15th Street  North Vancouver, BjC. Tel: 980-6571  Do come in and see  ill we have for the  Dad in yonr life  GOT A DAD  YOU WANT TO PLEASE?  WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION  OF GIFT IDEAS  FOR THE DAD IN YOUR LIFE!  MARIMESS  1585 Marine Drive  886-2116 -  Coast News, June 12, 1074.   9  .1% cups Tyvater  1 tsp. salt  % tsp. pepper  1 stalk celery coarsely chopped  1 small onion sliced  2 medium'potatoes  2 medium onions  2 tbsp. butter '  Vz cup water ���  Vz tsp. salt ���:.'.,-  4 tbsp. butter.  % cup chopped parsley  2 tbsp. -flour  Remove skin and bones from  salmon arid put in a small  saucepan. Cut the salmon into  1 inch squares and set aside.  Add water, salt, pepper, celery  and oihon _Lices to skin and  bones. Bring to a boil and  sinxmer 20 minutes. Strain, di^  carding vegetables and fish  trimmings.  Peel and cut potatoes into  Vz inch cubes. Slice onions  thinly.. Heat 2 tbsp. butter  in saucepan and add vegtaJbles,  W cup water and salt: Cover  and cook gently until vegetables are tender. .  Fry salmon in remaining  butter until (barely cooked.  Push salmon to one side of  the pan. Blend butter in pan  and flour. Remove from heat  and add, all at once, the liquid  saved from cooking fish skin,  etc. Stir to blend.- Return pan  ,to heat and heat gently, stirring carefully so salmon won't .  be broken up, until boiling,  thickened and smooth. -Add  cooked vegetables with liquid  and parsley and stir lightly.  Serves three, double recipe  for larger, amount.  Salmon Gumbo  1* 14-oz. can okra, drained, reserving liquid ���  Vs    cup   bacon   drippings   or  cooking oil  1 cup chopped green onions  1 cup diced celery  % cup diced green pepper  1 clove garlic, minced  Va cup flour  2   ciips   hot  water,   including  okra liquid  1  14-oz.  can stewed tomatoes  ,Va tsp. pepper  salt to taste        Y  1 bay leaf Y ������'  6 drops hot red pepper sauce  or to taste  ���. _���  14-oz.  can  pink :salmon  in  pieces '.���-,-  VVz cups cooked rice  (Saute okra in drippings 10  mdriutes; add onion, celery,  green pepper and garlic; cook  about 5 minutes longer. Stir  in flour. Add hot water and  okra liquid: cook, stirring rapidly, until broth is lightly  thickened. Add tomatoes, salt  pepper and bay leaf. Cover  arid simmer < 20 minutes. Discard bay leaf. Add pepper  sauce and salmoi/; heat to  steaming. Ifut scoop of hot  cooked rice in bottom of 4  soup plates'; fill ,with gumbo.  Crispy Fish Batter  1 cup flour  ','2.-_tsj>. baking powder  l'%*tsp. salt  2 tsp. sugar  1 tsp. oil  1 cup water  Mix dry ingredients, add  oil to water. Pour liquid in  well of dry ingredients and  stir or use law on electric  mixer until blended together.  Who has lease for airport?  .Multicolored tumbled  stone bracelets, attractively different. Miss Bee %  Sechelt.  Because of possible negotiations relative to the ownership of the Municipal airport  at Wilson Creek, two municipal councils are striving to  find copies of the airport-  lease, as requested by the de-.  partment of transport.  At a recent Gibsons council meeting the aldermen and  clerk were unable to locate or  even recall ever having seen  a copy of the lease. At Sechelt's council meeting Wed-  Mothers invited  to coffee party .  The Local Association of  Guides and Brownies will  host a coffee and dessert party for Guiders, mothers and  guests on Thursday June 30  at 7:30 in Gibsons United  Church.  Sixty-five girls from this  area enjoy the experiences  offered by the association  each year. As some leaders  are retiring there is a need  for some new helpers in the  fall. Anyone interested in  Guiding in any way is welcome to attend ' this coffee  party. Please/ phone Gloria  Fyles at 886-7714 for information. *  nesday _.night last week the  same situation occurred. No  one can recall ever having  seen or handled a copy of a  lease.  In  both   cases   the  matter  was   referred   back   to   the  DOT to see tfj the department  could come up with information or the lease.  GIBSONS NDP BOOKSTORE  Make. Someone _ Fattier Happy  on June 16th  1. Use of Hand Woodworking  Tools (precise instructions  from beginning to end)  2. 10 Lost Tears * - Barry  Broadfoot (personal interviews with people from tine  'Dirty 30V)  3. Pacific Gardiner - A.B. Willis (popular request, perfect for this time of year.  4. The Great Railway Illustrated by Pierre Berton  5. The Westminsters' War by  ,   Major  J E.  Oldfield  6. I'm O.K., Your O.K. by  Thomas A. Harris MJD.  7. Plants are like People by  Jerry Baker (  8. Backpackers Digest  9. Ultimatum by Richard Roh-  mer (fiction about Canadian 1980's - U.S. oil crisis)  10. Building With Logs by B.  Allan Mackie  11.495 Golf Lessons by Arnold  Palmer   -  12.1 Heard the Owl Call My  Name by Margaret Craven.  PICK A  We  Y  Looki  ou re Looking ror  F  '. v  V ~^_il  fyQ__E*H&.  flPlease   your   favourite   girl  with snug slippers. ,  Give her a welcome gift ���  cozy slippers that cost pennies ,  to make! Crochet of knitting  Worsted with gay fringe, trim,  soles of rug yarn. Pattern  7077 C sizes S, M, 7L, included.  $1 each; pattern ��� cash,  cheque or money order. Add  15 cents each pattern for first-  class mail arid special handling  to Alice Brooks, Coast News,  Needlecraft Dept., 60 Progress  ave. Scarborough, Ont. MIT4P7  DOUBLE BONUS! Choose one  pattern free in New SPRING-  S___MER Pattern Catalog.  Get orie free pattern printed  inside. 100 beautiful fashions,  all sizes. Send 75 cents now.  New! Sew and Knit Bodk���<  has basic tissue pattern $1.25  .Instant Sewing Book .:-. $1.00  Instant Fashion Book $.100  For All Your  Knitting Needs  The Yarn Barn  ...ANDAFEWYOU  PROBABLY DIDN'T KNO  '.-���-'     ���'���''-      .'.'.,-. '..':.'���<.     ������'',.'������" ..���.,. *  Windsor has more plywood and panelling^ than anyone else in B.C., so if  there's a panel you need, we have it. And if you don't know which panel  ;you need, there's always something unti_ual at Windsors-many of them  exclusively ours. Every one a great value.  This week's fecitM  -v      * r  RUSTIC TEAK  The warmth and beauty of real teak  at an econoniical price. Prefinished,  V-grooved ., .a  handsome  way  to finish any room.  HIGHWAY 101  WINDSOR  GIBSONS  THE  PLYWOOD  PEOPLE  886-9221  14 Branches  throughout B.C.  Head Office  Box 218, Surrey  ���^^^ii^^ri-^^xp-^^^m--'-���. 10 Coast News, June 12, 1974.  Lynn Vernon fops with Vickers  Lyn Vernon, operatic-singing daughter of Mr.- arid Mrs.  Ran. Vernon of Boriniebrook  Camp and -Frailer iFarky Cower (Point, received praise from  John Kraglund, critic of Toronto's Globe arid Mail for her  performance during early May  at Guelph's 'Spring Festival.  She sarig opposite Jon Vickers, f orembst, Canadian tenor  in Benjamin Britta-_nV Rape  of 'Lucretia. >  Mr. Kraglund in his revielw  of the performance wrote that  the .'libretto by Ronald Duncan . is a Greek-style iriterpret-  atiori of an Etruscan legend;  based on ^he play by Andre  Obey.     The    Greek     chorus,  which comments on the dram-  ati,_ action and its philosophical implications,  is represented (by two solo singer... in /this.  case Vickers and, as the i Female   Chorus,    Lyn    Vernon,  omniscience of Greek choruses,  And in the -Prologue, with the  they comment on the rape in  Christian terms, although the  story takes place about 500  B.C.  "important though the Male  Chorus is, it should not be assumed that Vickers' vocal contribution was the only one, of .  note or even that it was without problems. Dramatically it  was ideal, ifor the Choruses are  required only to move iwitlh  dignity and occasionally across  the stage. Most of the time  they are seated on eitlher side  of the central stage, and the,  drama is in their voices. But  ringing though Vickers' voice  ds, it was not always suiffic-  iently audible above the orchestra, ���-players from the Hamilton 'Philharmonic.  'Miss    Vernon    encountered  -dmdlar   problems,   with   flute  and oboe being most frequent- .  ly   offensive.   But   hers   is   a  sturdy, secure -voice, rich in  tone and!. generally Ywell employed, an excellent voice to  team with Vickers' , in their  occasional ensembles. Moreover, her enunciation was com  mendable in all except occasional, highlying lyrical pas-.  sages.'  Big auction!  The annual auction of Gibsons Wildlife club will be held.  June 22 at the clubhouse on  Sunshine Coast Highway just  past Seaview Cemetery turn.  The auction will start at 1  p.m.  Buyers can view the items  to be auctioned, June 19 and  note the numbers on the  items so they can bev identified on auction day. In the  event of rain the auction will  be held in the clubhouse. Refreshments will be available,  be available.  LORIMER INVITED  , Hon. James.Gibson Lorimer  has been invited by the Regional District board to officially open the new Regional  board offices in .Sechelt, next  September. Lorimer is the  minister of municipal a-ifairs.  Construction of the building  on Wharf road is now under  way and the board expects to  move in during' early September.  See our summer stock  Gibsons U. C. Thrift Shop  WANTED  Used furniture or what  have you  AL'S USED FURNITURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons ��� 886-2812  DEADLINE  Bus. 266-7111  Res. 273-6747  E. E. (Mickey) COE  BROWN BROS. FOR.D  ,v" '  40th & WEST BOULEVARD (opposite Kerris-  '-.''..���*.'"���"/ dale Arena)  41st & GRANVILLE STREET,"  Vancouver 13  SAVE TIME and $$ $  Rent Concrete Forms  AVAILABLE FOR ALL SIZ.E BASEMENTS  AND RETAINING WALLS  CONTACT   [:J:  FISHER FORM RENTALS  R.R. 1, SECHELT, B.C  - Radcliffe Rd. (off Nestman) in Selma Park  Phone 885-2612  For your printing phone  Our mail-in service has proven  Y so popular with motorists, we're pre-  7. pared to receive your mailed driver's  {'certificate application form as late as  June 15th. Just sign and date it where  indicated then mail it along with a  cheque or money order for the prem-  7 ium amount shown. We'll quickly  validate, your certificate and return it  ;V to you.  ' If you haven't received your  application forni in the mail you can  :   get your driver's certificate by taking  your driver's licence to any Motor  Vehicle Licence Office.  Remember, you'll need both a  driver's licence and a driver's certifi-  cate as of July 1st.  For more information call your  Autopian Information Centre at  665-2800, outside Vancouver call  collect.  your, insurance company SUNSHINE   COAST   DIRECTORY  ACCOUNTANTS  W. PHILIP GORDON  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Room 208, .Harris Block  Gibsons  Ph. Bus. 886-2714; Res. 886-7567  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES  NEED TIRES?  Come in 'to  COASTAL TOES  at the S-BENDS on  Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  AUTOMOTIVE - PARTS  SALES and SERVICE  ��� Rotor Lather service for  Disc brakes and Dram  Brakes.  ��� Valve and Seat Grinding  ALL, MAKES SERVICED  DATSUN SPECIALISTS  AL JAMIESON  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Gibsons     Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  GIBSONS Branch-Ph. 886-2201  SECHELT Branch-Ph. 885-2201  HOURS  Gibsons: Mon. - Thurs.  TO a.m. - 3 p.m.  Fri, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  Sechelt: Tues. - Thurs.  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  -Fri, 10 a.m. *- 6 p.m.  Sat., 10 ajn. - 3 p.m  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LID.  LUMBER PLYWOOD  CONCRETE PRODUCTS  READY MIX CONCRETE  Phone 886-2642  |"A complete building service"  TWIN CR-H LUMBER  4 BUHOMO SUPPIB Lhi.  Everything for your building  needs  Free Estimates  [Gibsons Sechelt  [886-2291,2 885-2288-9  L t H SWANSON H��.  c  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  - Ditching - Excavations  Porpoise Bay Road  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  WINDSOR PLYWOOD  (THE PLYWOOD PEOPLE)  (       Construction  Plywood  Fancy Panels  Doors,  Bifolds,   Insulation  Sidings  and  all accessories  Delivery  Highway 101, Gibsons  Phone 886-9221  BULLDOZING, BACKHOE  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government Approved  ; ;Free ��� 'Est_ai_tesYf;  Excavations ��� Drainage  Waterlines, etc. '/���-"  ^ Ph. 886-0579, Roberts Creek  SICOTTE BULLDOZING LTD.  * LAND CLEARING  '���* ROAD BUILDING  Phone 886-2357  BOUTIN BULLD02WG  \ Clearing <-~ Landscaping  Backhoe Work  Phone 886-9824$      %  7 R.R. 2' Gibsons  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tanks ��� Ditching  Excavating - Land Clearing  Road  Building  Gravel & Fill  886-2880  CABINET MAKING  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  Hardwood Specialists  Custom Designed Furniture  Kitchen and Bathroom  Cabinetry  Remodelling  R. BIKKIN  Beach Ave.; Roberts. Creek  Phone 886-2551  CLEANERS  ARGOSHEN  We Clean Carpets,  Chesterfields, etc.  No Soap Buildup  Stay Clean Longer      /  FREE ESTIMATES  TOM SINCLAIR  Box 294, Sechelt  Phone 885-9327  12 - 1 or after 5 p.m.  CONSTRUCTION  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free estimates  Bank financing available  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPUES  8: a.m. to 5: pjn. Man to Stat  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-2642.  STUCCO  NEW OR OLD HOUSES  MASONRY  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  FRANK FRITSCH  886-9505, Box 522,  Gibsons  SOUND CONST.  Coastal and Island  Contracting for  Seawalls, Boathouses, etc.  G. Wallinder       . 886-93Q7  NORRirs coNrins  Driveways - Walks  Placing & Finishing '  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Box 884, Sechelt,' Ph. 885-9413  FREE ESTIMATES  TURBINE BROS.  CEMENT   CONTRACTOR  Foundations  Floors, Driveways,  1 Sidewalks,  Patios.  R.R. 1, Gibsons  Phone 886-9977 or 886-7022  ROBERTS CMH DRY WALL  Taping and Filling by hand  and Machine  Spraytex Sparkle Ceilings  Free Estimates at any time  GOOD SERVICE  Phone886-71.  JAJJCA CONSTRUCTION  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  \vNew Construction  "*'- and  Remodelling  Shaw Road                     Gibsons   886-7668   BUILDING CONTRACTOR  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2090 evenings  B & B C0IKI!���T_ FORM  BUUDfftS  Retaining walls, sidewalks,  driveways, foundations, etc.  Free estimates  PHONE  886-7941  CHAIN  SAWS   SECHELT CHAIN SAW CENTRE  LTD.  SALES & SERVICE  Chain Saws ��� Outboards  Boats ��� Marine Supplies  Sechelt   -''.. 885-9626  DRY CLEANERS  '::-S>   Y7Yf HR.  CdlN OlP DRYCLEANERS  SAVES TIME & MONEY  Sunnycrest Plaza  next to Royal Bank  886-2231  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole _ Cove  886-2938 885-9973.  When .renovating or  spring cleaning  ; Call us for your disposal needs  /Commercial containers  available     \  ELECTRICIANS  jgJlBE ELECTRIC ItA,  ^;J::7:77;::'_T_ohe;886-7605'��� )y.-  Box 860     Y Gibsons  "POWER TO THE  PEOPLE''  ms��s*^^^^���Mmmmg&... ^.^i.i^.^^^^^  ELECTRICIANS    (Cont'd)  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting & Engineering  Residential - Commercial'  ; Wiring  Phone 886-7816  HEATING  aCHELT HEATING  & INSTALLATION  FREE ESTIMATES  Gas, Oil and Electric Furnaces  Phone 885-2466  Box 726, Sechelt.  JANITOR SERVICE  PAINTING  RETAIL STORES  Welcome to the  Floorshine Coast  HOW. S0U��  j amor same.  Specialists in Cleaning  Floor Waxing, Spray  Buffing, Window Cleaning  Phone   886-7181,  Gibsons  A B C GENERAL PAINTING  Spray, brush or roll  Phone 886-2512  " KAN - DO  PAINTING  Painting, staining,  stained doors & fodfolds.  "All work guaranteed"  Interior and exterior.  Evenings; Ken   -.885-2734  Herb - 885-2934  P.O.   Box   943',   Sechelt,   B.C.  PAVING  COAST PAYING  PAVING FROM DRIVEWAYS  TO HIGHWAYS  Highways, Parking Areas  Driveways, Crushed* Gravel  Equipment Rentals  Main Office  Box 95, (PowellTRiver. 485-6118  Branch Office: #  Sechelt. Ph. 885-2343.  '   .    9:30 *to 3:30 p.m.  * ��� . ���������"���...- ���-���  -) ������������- ���  C    4    S  HARDWARE  747':,'7  APPLIANCES  Sechelt ��� 885-9713  MKBffS  CARD AND GffI SHOP  Wharf Road, Sechelt  P.O. Box 213 Ph  885-9066  ~ Coutts-Hallmark Cards &  wrappings; Gifts, Picture  Puzzles; English bone china  cups, saucers, etc.  Boutique  Items  Local Artists' Paintings  MAC-ONE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron  HIU'S MACHWE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE Ud.  Arc & Acty Welding  Machine Shop  Steel Fabricating  Automotive - Marine Repair  Marine Ways  ; Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721  Res. 886-9956  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES &  SERVICE  Hot Water Heating ,'y  Building & Alterations  Davis Bay Rd., R.R. 1,  Sechelt��� Ph. 885-2116  BERNINA  SEWING MACHINES  NOTIONS, etc.  REPAIRS AND SERVICE  TO ALL MAKES  FABRIC HOUSE  Marii_e7Dr_ve Y? ^7  Gibsons 886-7525  EATONS BUYLif  CALL 886-7515  Gibsons B.C.  RENTALS  MARINE SERVICES  PAZCO FIBREGLASSING  Complete Marine & Industrial  Repairs  14 & 16 It. Canoes  6}_,v8, 10 and 17% Runabouts  Used Boat Sales    -7  FREE ESTIMATES  Ph. 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRAN5FK LhL  Household Moving & Storage  Y Y. Complete Packing  Packing Materials for Sale  Member Allied Van Lines  Phone 886-2664 - RR.1, Gibsons  NURSERY-   '    '  {Sunshine Coast Highway  Shrubs,   Fruit   T_ees,   Plants  Landscaping,    Pruning   Trees  Peat Moss & Fertilizer  Licensed for Pesticide Spraying  Phone 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  G&EPLUHBH6  & HEATING LTD.  Certified Plumber,  Box 165 Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-7638  New installations, renovations,  repairs, hot water heating,  sewer clearance pump repairs  & installations. Duct work.  24 HOUR SERVICE  Domestic Commercial  Industrial  PENINSULA PLUMBING  CONTRACTING  Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  Free Estimates  Phone 886-9533  Ray Coates ��� 886-7872  Concrete     Form     Rentals  for all types of basements  Complete instuctions  provided  Please Contact  FBHER FORM RBITAIS  (Rental Shop, Davis Bay)  Phone 885-2612  Eves.  885-2359  ROOFING  SIMOKTOIClJiL  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2062  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  Phone 886-2622  DEADLINE, TUESDAY NOON  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS  WEDNESDAY  .    FOR APPOIOTMENTS  886-2248  SECHELT MONDAYS  Phone 885-9712  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  PLUMBING ��� PiPE-TIT-NG  STEAMFITTING  HOT WATER HEATING  YY-::7886-70l7  All work Guaranteed  REFRIGERATION  JOHN HUD-SMtTH  REFRIGERATION *  MAJOR APPLIANCE  SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used   Refrigerators   for   Sale  Phone 886-2231  From 9 ajn. to 5:30 pjn.  Res. 886-9949   JOHN HARRISON  REFRIGERATION  and Appliance Servicing  also r used appliances for sale  PRATT ROAD, GIBSONS  Phone 886-9959  Get that odd job done  ttj  STAN HILSTAD ROOFING  DUROID, SHAKES'  OR REROOFING  -  R.R.  1, Port Mellon Highway  Gibsons    Phone 886-2923  GEmrAi Riwii|e~~^  All types, roofing, reroofing  ���'and -repairs. - 7   X ���  Guaranteed Workmanship  Phone  885-9091  Box 948, Sechelt  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W_ ALLEN ~  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building   '  Wharf St. Box 607  Sechelt B. C;  Office .885-2625  Res.  885-9581  LAND SURVEYING  ROY&WAGENAAR  SURVEYS  '    1525 Robson St.  Vancouver 5 Ph. 681-9142  Zenith 6430  Sechelt 885-2332  T.V. St RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE LTD  ADMIRAL .MCTOOHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver - Ed Nicholson  "IN THE H��ART OF  DOWNTOWN SECHELT."  Box 799, Sechelt  Phone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  Coast News, June 12, 1974. Xl  Anglican synod  pop  church programs  Two resolutions were passed at therecearit Anglican Diocesan conference in New  Westminster and they concerned  the  Anglican   church  at the parish level.  . One resolved that the diocese actively continue to develop co-operative : programs  and shared ministries with  the United Church and> other  denominations. It also moved  that information and opportunities for study and discussion by parishes and deaneries be provided to prepare  for the union referendum expected in 1976.  The synod endorsed the  Year of renewal, and urged  parishes and rural deaneries  commit themselveis to;it.  The rector of St. .Barthbi-  ' omew's   Anglican   church   in  Gibsons also announced that  Mrs. Nancy Kruse was elected to the diocesan council.  "The church union issue revealed there is evidence of  considerable unease at the  prospect of union withMother  denominations and that there  is a great need for an educational program to explain the  issues in simple terms.   '  As a result the meeting resolved that the diocese actively continue tp develop cooperative programs and share  ministries with the United  Church and with other denominations and that the diocese provide concise information and opportunities for  study and discussion toy parishes and deaneries to prepare  for the referendum expected  in 1976.   7,7 ' y Y '  The synod also endorsed the  Year of Renewal which com-  mits members of the synod to  initiating, supporting and .'en-.,  couragirig preparations for it  in parishes and deaneries.  The conference decided the  : yestry of a parish shall consist of all baptized persons of  Jhe age of 16 years or over  who are accustomed worshippers within the parish and  whose names have been on  the membership roll of the  parish for at least three  months preceding the vestry  meeting but no person shall  have his or her name on the  membership roll of more than  one parish in this diocese at  the same time.  T.V. & RADIO (Cont'd)   NEVENS' TV  Service Depot for  PHILIPS ��� ZENITH  Y    R.CJV. - ADMIRAL  I   FLEETWOOD  DEALER  Phone 886-2280  TRAILER  PARK  SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER PARI  1 Mile West of Gibsons, HI way  Laundromat  :  Extra Large Lots  and-Recreation Area  Parklike Setting  Phone 886-9826  . TRANSPORT ���  >.  DOUBLED  TRUCKING LTD.  EXCAVATING ��� SAND  GRAVEL ��� FILL  Phone 886-7109  P. V. SERVICES LTD  LOG HAULING  CONTRACTORS  Direct all enquiries to  Dispatcher - 883-2733  days & evenings  TREE TOPPING   TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD  Marv   Volen,   Phone   886-9597  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs for VIEW  Top tall trees adjacent to  building. CANNED HAM  swift's <C7 AO  1% ib.______________  &JLm*T?r  FROZEN FOODS  Unsweetened  ORANGE JUICE SfL ^ 89c  for  BLUEBERRIES f_^:��� $1.29  GRAPE CRYSTALS  CG>-OP POLY  .4.-.3% oz. -____-__������  TOMATO JUICE  COrOP Fancy ^        QA^  48 oz, ____________    mm\ for O^C  BEANS with PORK  HARMONIE 2        $&*_#���  14 oz. tin _____   -mW for 0._#C  SPAGHETTI  CO^OP  14 oz. tin _.  TUNA  CO-OP  Light Chunk, 6% oz.  4^93c  57c  ORANGE CRYSTALS  CO-OP POLY  4 - 3}4 oz. _.-   LEMONADE CRYSTALS  CO-OP POLY  4 - 2% oz. ���_____������  69c  69c  CORN FLAKES  KELLOGG'S  24 oz.   INSTANT COFFEE  NABOB, 10 oz.  PP. $1,79 _______  EVAPORATED  CO-OP  15 oz. tin   CO-OP Stuffed  12 oz. jar _.  $1.55  3for75C  69c  DOG or CAT F  |\    CQ-OBS^Y  |/Vlr     15 oz.^fiSis __  6w95c  ���5^-  ���?&?  for  iq__)ENEX Ass't  2 roll pack _____  ."'-L**v  PEANUT BUTTER  .^^ co-��p ^_1 7Q  $\&��fft 48 oz. tin     S#lo# ^  (^mWSmW C00KING 0IL  ' //f_iB-%_L-_aB^S ' CO-OP Rapeseed  \tf___3_____3Ry 32 oz*    ^^^<fe. CAKE MIXES  CO-OP 5 Flavors     . ^   ,  Y-18 oz.  ___- _     Jmfor  C'MON IN                CHEESE SLICES  THE VALUES ARE FINE g-i���,  99c  SODA CRACKERS Sft,. 87c  MAIHHMALL0WS ST. ���        4v$i  BRIQUEHES SF^_.._.:_.,__ $159  ULTRA BRITE I^0^^ . 99c  "' " y '        ������'������ -;-  /  CO-OP  i on ii n i; i! \ i r i: i i:\ri! i;  GIBSONS; BC.  Ph.  886-2522  PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs.- Fri., Sat.  June 13, 14, 15  We reserve the right to limit quantities

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