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 eninsula  3621.37 lor  ���. Flood Fond  >ECHEI_T~The flood committee,  isored by the Sechelt PenK  lsula Board of Tradej and ably  Assisted by "members of the local  >rahches of the Red Cross, VON,  md other organizations, announ-  id that the sum Of $3621.38 has  seen turned over to the Vancouver offices. *      ���  Totals were:  West Sechelt, $66.50, Upper  toad, 28.40,..Sechelt $293, Porpoise Bay, 11.50, Selma Park,  &220.05, Davis Bay, 69.50, Wilson  ?reek 73,10, school children at  J'echelt School, 20.83, Sechelt Reserve, $15, logging camps ahd  falfmoon Bay, $1593.39, Pender  ptrbour,  $1230.11.  red Mills Resigns  :helt Legion Post  ICHELT^-Fi-ed Mills, first vice  president of Sechelt Branch 140  the Canadi^^Legioh has an-  lunced liisV X resignation   vfrom  it officer 7        :L:yyL\y  >fi6r to .election as firstyiee-  $jesident,   Mr.   Mills   served   a  .m   as   second   vice-president  was an activeTmember of the  ��gionV serving  as  chairman  of  ehtertainment committee.  ir7 Mills will continue in his  st as secretary of the local dis-  it .command.  Serving a Progressive and Growing  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast.  Covers Sechelt, Gibsons, Port Mellon, Woodfibre, Squamish, Irvines  Landing, Half Moon Bay, Hardy  Island, Pender Harbour, Wilson  Creek, Roberts. Creek, Granthams  Landing, Egmont, Hopkins Landing!  j Bra^kendale, Cheekeye,  etc.  !��w    i    . ��� ���   '   i '    ' -      ���     i ���   ���  ROVINCIAL  LIBRARY  1    . PTJBX-IS-EEEI. B"ST THE COASTTNEWS, XIMIT_3_>  Business Office:  Sechelt, B.07 X-tTational Advejjrtising' Office, Powell River. B.C.  Vol. Ill ���No.  9.  Sechelt, B.C.  Friday, July 16, 1948  5c per copy, $2.50 per year, by mail  ���, ...������_-M.-.--.p^up..^_...~��..p^.-..i.M-M..  ��� ------- ^ :        .      .        , _& '  SECMELT VILLAGE CENTRE:   Latest addition toSechelt's Village Centre is d new butcher shop and delicatessen which  officially opens Saturday, July 17.   The modern store which has the latest units in refrigeration and display facilities  completes the Centre unit now housing a cafe, drug store,   telegraph office, bakery and hardware store. (For more details  see Page 8) ��� ' &  ROBERTS CREEK  By "CAflOLA'  SELMA PARK  By H. I. L.  Mrs. M. Livesay went to Van-  BRITANNIA BEACH  By "SLIM"  Ii folks���another week and it's  cold, enough for red flannels  i even!. .  - \  Kongii^^ .Mrs.  fn;Meuonttld;y'OnJthe ^arrival  fyour_,tbird son, 9 Ib. 8 oz. Rob-  ruy i_Tnthe' name���too bad, no  ��s, Norma!  V  >ur deepst sympathy is exten-  to Mrs.  Earl  Trace  of  the  rnsite,   whose   mother,   Mrs.  ries, passed away -at the their  ie.  [lsp our deep sympathy is exiled to Mr. H. H. Lee; on the  sing of his sister, Mrs. Fred  fer, -of Toronto, on vJuly 7.  5. Atyef was well known for  residence at the Townsite.  fr." and Mrs. Geo Zoren had  pral friends drop in on them  Manitoba, including her fa-  Mr. Johnson, also her. sis-?  brother and two-more. Hope  enjoyed their visit.  Congratulations  to    Mr.    and  Zoren on their first anni-  fsary.  Lr. and Mrs. Tom Wills have  [ived home after two weeks'  jfiday in Vancouver.  r. Tom Robinson has been  te ill jn bed for the past few  eks, and is now feeling^little  iter.  Mlrs. VerdisSo has her daughter  fcty of Bralorne home for the  timer.  Mr. and Mrs.. John Edwards  .nt the week-end at Squamish,  We all went up to Squamish  Saturday night. Really, it's  re fun than going to Vancou-  There were three boats on  . trip, and a, couple had the  sfortune to fall in head first  Jeople, not boats!���-but are  *e the Tworse for wear; Sun-  y We had'"a lovely trip to Port,  jllbn.  Mrs.   L.   Peterson   is   visiting couver   last   week  to   meet  her  with Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson daughter     and     granddaughter,  while her mother, Mrs. J. Wilson, who came by plane from Leth-  and  aunt, Mrs. J.  Simpson, are bridge,  Alberta.  spending   their   vacation   at   the      c__,-v.��   *__   _ ���**��� ���������'���*   �����_���"  ��J!,moJ unma of Mrs  <*n__lpr Sorry   to   lose   Mr.   and   Mrs.  summer home of Mrs. Sadler.        Hector Tayft)p fo Sechelt> but we  Miss Leone Klien and fiancee, will be seeing them around ho  Mr. Mike Hrycyna* of;,Vancouverf doubt,,;, (-X ' ^ \  > ,g^4^|i*%��^A  plarehts, Mr^. and MrsxJ.;��lien. k ?*�� *Jd Mrs. B^0%^^  *   , ,   ���' '    /    >, daughter are spending two weeks'  Gail Downes was up from Varf-�� vacation at Selma Park7 Also I  couver visiting with her parents, note'the Crawford. cotage -is bc-  i       cupied,  and Mr.  and Mrs.  Ogle  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith had in their cottage here.      ;  their   daughter   and   son-in-law,,.  Mr. and Ms. Gay, of Vancouver,      I hear Mrs. Jimmie Mowatt is  here for a few days. getting very excited and is also  Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bourn were very busy getting ready for her  hosts to a party of friendes Satur- plane trip to Scotland this raon-  day evening. Guests included Mr. th.  and Mrs. Murray MacKenzie,.Mr.      --, ..       ���..,.    , .   ...-������..       .  and Mrs. Ellis Sandberg, Mr. *nd      Ftth-fr Wilfred spent the past  Mr. and Mrs. J. Lindwall, Mr. & weJ* hereT ���th his P^ents, Mr.  Mrs. A. Anderson, Mrs. L. Peter- and Mrs' J- Sowerby .  son, and Mrs. Donald Leatherdale      Glad to report Mrs. Duval  is  and Mrs. F. Forst of Vancouver, back in her home at Selma again  Mrs. F. Forst boarded the Che- ?��efr�����t*\3?��*���'  ^n alS��  lohsinrat   Vancouver   Saturday, *** ^%rtJ?at\r1S weli en'  \*mnA   *���  T.~u~r.*c  n���^ , cul ��ugh to travel to Van  bound  for   Roberts   Creeks She MW ^*u_.�� ��; * ���*!.    i_        ._  enpoyed the trip up to Pender ^n ^fJu\nlth Wh��m She  Harbour, and taxied back to the Wlil stay for a whlle7  Creek to spend her vacation with Mrs. George Carlson has her  grandchildren Gloria and C?)ol granddaughter Ann staying with  Forst. her  and  little  Bonnie  Burke  is  Mr. Clair White is spending a ?fra%S?S^Lng the summer with  holiday   with   his   daughter   and Mr* *" sslxon-  son-in-law,  Mr.  and  Mrs.   Gordon Reeves.  Trip Behind the Scenes  With Roberts Creek Club  By M.APGE NEWMAN ������ ~��� ��� _   THERE'S that cr^r again���"when $75 royalty fee, a trifling matter,  is the Roberts Creek Players' but definitely frowned upon by  Club going to put oh niore plays?' this group, since their take at th��  Them's fightin'7WQro^;Jh these door is often less than that ami-  parts, We7otfen wohd^ri 0'folks, ount and their hands are cohtin-  .-.te-.ux^Lrf. ������i.__.^.:-i-_>-ii_���--,,__,i_.-.::____:,iA___��_..: ���>. .....��n��.^h,/their:\:own - :pock^s'.;fop      __            __ iS_^6r^o^_^a_fr^t'^fe  play-rpading before-bne ��� is selec-  a $5 royalty, for even that am-  ted and then, mind you, not be-  ountis needed to help meet the  cause of its worth, but only be-  divers demands,  cause  the cast calls for just so      Another   item   to   note:   these  many actors of such and such a good plays also; call for a cast of  type, the stage requirements not  about 20 players, ten of each sex.  too   elaborate   for   our   limited  Just show me ten men who wil  space and the properties such as, take a part in a play, memorfzec  are obtainable among the conger-  thirty to a hundred paragraphs,  ies in bur attics and our friends'  attend any number of rhearsals  living rooms.   These stipulations ���albeit the RCPC rehearsals are  do nothing to make the selections  ��ut   of  this   world  and  possibly  easier.   No one wishes to be re- their only excuse for being,  sponsible for the final choice, ei-   PLAY'S THE THING  ther.   It   is   impossible  to  know      TTr-.n   .v, ~   u "������"     *���    ��  how a play is going to turn out ^Vplay ^^hJvS^coS  just from reading it   Those we %**" L?if,L ^  f    oSr*?^  have seen and admked in other ^"Ju^SSf*?10?. ?  a f}^m��  rr ���     theatres   come   eauinned   with   a  and the director is sick and tired  Vancouver in tneatrgs   con^e  equipped  with  a pf reading the darn  thingS and  so takes one at random)   every-  Peninsufa Trade Board  Brigade  Cars being the price they are  today,  one has  to take care  of  Mrs. B. Scott has had as^ guests ^JSJi^I S&J'flS  Mr. and Mrs. Sjith and their two ^gsy buildmS a garage to house  Birthday   greetings   to   Gladys  Batchelor. -       7 x  children for the past few days.  " -Mrs.'J. Giillock has had;visitors*  from Winnipeg.      x        "���"   X/ ^  Mr  and Mi.. F. j^W a'^t'^cSSii^K  ded their son's,wedding in,Van^ th d ^ t       WeXiriders^ld  couver. Their son Charles mar- birth4v greetings aire in' o^S  ried Miss Betty Copeland, niece %��%��* I^welf S tiiS ��r0%  of Mr. Harry Roberts, the foun- lor Mrs' ^^^ at-tais time......^  der of Roberts Creek.  The residents ofXSelma Park  extend their deepest sympathy to  Mr. and Mrs. R. Elliott of Gibsons  in their recent bereavement. Ey-  lolidays start on the 17th, so  . news may be scarce for the  xt. couple of weeks. Hope the  atherman gets On the ball.  I  was   greeted  with  a   merry  hello!  at Gibsons the -other day  by five ladies from Roberts Creek ^_,___^   ^ +Urt ��������. Cllle ���rnr. ;w  b&atedly celebrating a7birthday^ W^^^t^^^mA  Mrs. R.^ades hohSingMrs: ^^^^'t^ S^l S?n  H Wallace;, chaufeftel Mrs;  GX^f^ ^^^^^to ^  Couldrey, Mrs: G: Johnston, -and :^e?Ith after the operation.  Mrs. E. Hagardorrt on > shopping^   Don't forget    to    attend    the  spree at Gibsons prior to the cut- meeting of the community cehr  ting of the birthday cake at her ter on Monday, the 19th at 8 p.  (Contihuped  on Page  4) m. in Willows Store.  body- is suddenly all agog to get  under way and filled with dramatic furore. First, however, a  SECHELT--- Sechelt Peninsula letter m"st go forth to Samuel  Board of Trade held the July French in Toronto, usually air  meeting X*t the Sechelt Inn on mall�� for after dawdling around  Wednesday, July 7. A drive for for weeks, suddenly speed is of  hew members was instituted, and the essence, and purchase of so  the meeting took the form of a many copies of the play and the  businessmen's dinner, under the royalty thereon are made, while  capable catering of Mrs. E. Fred- the haPPY group must bide its  erickson. In view of the excel- time for a week or ten days,  lent dinner, it was unanimously Finally the books arrive and  decided by all present that all* are lssued to the cast and a day  future meetings of the section be 1S set for first rehearsal. Some-  held m a like manner. how in the interim the drama has  ''''"^'rvM_ii��Xi;^.^.y;4r^y.i. ..-..>������'-x , lost its flavor. Those who were8  l^^^if^l#?v -1SC���^ once all enthusiasm are now "too  2!   W^^ a handy  MMn B^srs^^^. m^^^m^m,  example of the7necessityT^r a ^^^v^^^ ^d^Xi^'  strong volunteer fire bri^M ^^ ^ **** urgentjb^i^  peninsula Board of Trade. -   .       ^^ v , :  ;  British natural scientists say  they have developed a cheap  chemical formula which makes  wool fibres indigestible to moths  and thus prevents wool destruction.  ^i^vs?!'!. yy ���  ... .. _ s^,..,...   Q  rt!  H_t.  0 S VIHOXOIA Page Two  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.._  Friday, July 16, 1948  8  by Jack Scott  THOSE MEDALS  AN ARMY officer friend here on  leave from Ottawa headquarters tells me the Royal Mint is  going full blast, lickety-split on  the vital business of making medals.  ���  Mass production techniques  have had to be used and great  numbers of skilled workers are  employed, using miles of silver,  acres of bright ribbon, tons of  precious metal. About three million medals, more than a third of  them commemorating nothing  more than the fact that a man  joined the army, are being struck.  My friend, who, himself, wears  six ribbons, takes the view that  it might be better to forget the  medals for a while and maybe  turn the mint over to manufacturing say, prefabricated homes,  an item still much more urgently  needed by veterans.  None of the news stories seems  to have given any estimate of the  cost of this undertaking, as I noticed in checking through the  files, but it's probably safe to say  that it will, run into the millions.  MISUNDERSTOOD  RACKET  This medal business generally  seems tb be one that's misunder-  ' stood.     Perhaps    some    passing  comments either will be of value  or merely add to the confusion.      "e, *%$������* TVC^.1 .���_.VS.  ...      Formation of  a blood clot is  It  should be emphasized  that ^^TysteSy  aT pa_-ii_g ^*d    *o 7>ave    caused   her  vicesn.ve_ &dgeda ��__. 3�� ^pfdo tracks") returned with dThe _ad news* was telephoned  vices ever Degruagea a man win pretty much the same evidence of +n rah^n* Kv GavV father Vri��_h  ning an operational medal. They service as the girl who sang ir> ^^^^^^^^  were almost always won by her- the Navy Show scnooi Tceacner, rtay ^inou.  oic action and* it seemed like a . -X*      ���     " People of this district and sur-  good idea  to recognize that al-  POOR SYSTEM      . .       ���   _ rounding   areas   had   united   in  though,   broadly  speaking,   most      Under the actual conditions of raising funds to send Gay to the  servicemen didn't care a hoot one war the system of awarding med- city   for   the   delicate   operation  way or the other  whether they  als just naturally led to an attit- necessary to cure her condition,  got a medal or not. ude of good-natured cynicism on     A campaign to raise the neces- *  The main trouble  lies  in the  the part of the average service- sary $1,250 was carried on by a  fact that the system of awards'man. . dozen Howe Sound organizations,  was downright foolish from the      The number of decorations to. headed by the Gibsons Board of  beginning.    There   was  never   a non-combat officers, for instance, Trade, the Farmers' Institute, P-  war before in which it was eas-  was  ridiculously out of propor-  ier for a man to win a medal for tion#   This  came  aboiit because,  doing nothing, or more/difficult in effect, decorations were 'rat-  to   win  one  for  bravery.  There ioned" to units. Any infantryman  were more VC's ,for instance, in can tell you of outstanding cases saddened by the news. The lit-  the Indian Mutiny of 1857-59 beyond the call of duty which tie girl- lived in the center of  than there were in the whole of went unnoticed because the brass town, near the ferry wharf, and  World War II. nats felt that the man's outfit had was  known to  everyone in the  TO ENEMY���FROM MEDAL        its quota of medals. district.   She had been unable to  It seems to have been true in      "There was, too, the fact that take part in any vigorous play,  ev^ryw^ that the closer a^ian few  decorations  were given for and h^^mgiwj���^  got to the enemy the harder it gallantry,   except   where  a^ man ver was excited at the possibility  is to get a decoration. It was cer- had pulled off a heroic stunt. The  tainly the case in this last one.      average   front-line   fighter   who  The man who passed out cig- simply did his job well, day after  arettes and chocolate bars, who day under hazardous, miserable  never fired a shot in anger, gen- conditions, got nothing more than  erally came home with a chest as the CWAC who typed out the  colorful as the front-line infan- Part Two Orders at headquar-  tryman lucky enough to survive ters. . .' ���  ���: ���     ���   -  Gibsons Blue Baby Dies   ��� GIBSONS���Gay  Elliott,   Gibsons  , , '        ., , -      five-year-old Blue Baby, died  weeks and months and years of in   Vancouver   General   Hospital  actlon# Thursday, two hours after an op-  A navy friend of mine who eration which it was hoped would  served at sea throughout the war restore the child to normal heal-  and had a fine record ("At least," th. v ^ .*'  he says, "I was able to cover up  TA groups, and school teachers  throughout the district also made  many contributions.  The people of this district were  that she might next year be able a brother Kim,. 14, and. a sisterj  to start school where her, mother Joy,  10.  taught last year. ������.   7.'  . ���., - .x"....... ���  Gay is survived by her parents, Read the News in fThe News  $  >?yk  M  m  Gibsons Real Estate Agency  We wish to announce that In co-operation With Messrs.  HA. Roberts & Co., Real Estate: Agents, Vancouver,  we have opened olir hew offices at Gi bsons and can  offer for sale waterfront cottages, farms, ranches and  acreage, from Hopkins Landing to Pender Harbour.,  List/your property for sale with us. For choice property see us first.  ..��� .-     ... .    ��� '      ��� :    ;��� '    .   ' ...������'������''.  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HItL  at Gibsons or phone Gibsons 3H  Evenings, Gibsons OH i  LANG^S  Gibsons and Sechelt  Baby Deserves the Best  Johnson's Bqby Powder ���___.___  28c and 55c  Johnson's Baby Oil _____-__-__'___ _-  60c and $1.10  .Johnson's Baby Lotion __ __���___���.__- ____ 60c  Johnson's Baby Cream ��� ���_���__..���-���_���_._���_. 60c  Johnson's Baby Gift Box -_-_���_._���_-____-_���������_---'$ 1.95'  STORK NURSER UNIT  Bottle, Nipple and Cop ��� 39c  Sterile, Handy, Leakproof  C  ���  : iKqnt^kqllapse Nipples  ^NurseF-fcdps/ double tabx_--x_^  Snap ori Baby Pants, 3 sizes ____  Baby Rattle  ____-__. ���___-_._______  Baby "Teethers ��� ���li���~~_  Baby Toys ���  Bottle Brushes _���-____-_____���_���:__  Jiffy Paper Towels _____���___���_x.  Baby Worm Syrup ______-__-_���_���-  Baby's Own Tablets _-__L___���__j  Infgnt Suppositories _���__-----_���  Zinc Ointment Tube __--__-_���____-  Ostoco Drops ___-__-______-__-____-__:  Infqntol ----������ _________-___--^__.  Ivory Soap _____���_._______���_���.___���  Baby Scales ___������__-_.  2 for 25c,  ^��_;_h_i��_._L7'3"vf6r^!5o-  _________________ 69c  ___-_:__-________-____ 25c:  _._;_____���________ 20c  .��� 89c and $1.49  .__���___���_________._ 35c>  .;____-____:_______ 25c  -____.__._���___ ____x 50c   __:_-_.-!___. 25c  ___________________ 40c  __:___���__________ 25c  __j$ 1.25 and $3.75  ____:____ 90c dnd $3.00  ._���_._____-_________:_��� -i-ic.  .________________:__ $13.25  i  Lang's Drugs is Your Headquarters  for ALL Baby Requirements  Phone Gibsons 3W and Sechelt 52  <x  B.C. FIR (S  SECHELT, B.C  IjiiiiIkt  Random Widths  Random Lengths  '    W        y  Cedar    7  Hemlock  LTD.  PHONE 42  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Co.  Your Local. Complete Marine Towing Service  LOG TOWING ��� YARDING ��� SCOWS ��� PREDGING  v\ PILE DRIVING--SALVAGE  Special Facilities for Quick Movement of Cats, Logging Trucks and  General Gamp Equipment  PHONE US COLLECT FOR RATES  SECHELT^���H. Spalding, Parr Pearson Agency/Tel. 54 or 37  PENDER HARBOUR-���To Hassan's Store/ Tel. 6 U     7  NANAIAA0---The Nanaimo Towing Co. Ltd.  Tel./ Day 555/ Night 1497 or 305  I____a__n  ���__��� .Friday, July 16,  1948  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.  Page Three  "''   V.'' ' . ���Canadian Pacific Railway Photos  :ALS ON WHEELS: In the early days of the Canadian Pacific Railway the experienced  traveller ate his five and six-bourse meals in the truly Victorian atmosphere of the  ling car shown at left; he would= be surprised and bewildered today if he boarded one  the C.P.R.'s sleek modern diners such as the one in the right-hand picture. For more  in 60 years the Canadian Pacific has owned and operated its own sleeping, dining and  jrlor cars, the only large line on the continent to have done so for so long. xEven before  railway was pushed through to the Pacific there were 51 cars of these types in service���-  there" are close to 700. In the 1880's the dining cars Were said to be "beyond compari-  in style and finish, where travellers will find all the delicacies of the season at their  .and for the nominal charge^of 75 cents". Dining cars were cheap to build in those days  costing about $10,000 compared to the $140,000 the C.P.R. must spend for a modern  |el diner today.  and two youngsters, visiting at  their home for the summer. They  are from Oregon.  There  are  quite  a  number of  guests at The Guest House at the  present time. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter assure them of a comfortable  and pleasant visit.  Mrs. Ted Poole and her three  sons are at present visiting with  her parents in the. east. They  went  by  plane  two  weeks  ago.  Our sympathy is extended to  the Poole Brothers in the loss of  their tug boat, Big Horn, which  went down while towing a week  ago.  L "i��.  Mr. Harry Reichett and his son  Dickey are at. present visiting  with members of his family in  Edmonton. Mr. Reichelt has gone  to see his first grand-child.  Mr. T. Allan is spending a  short vacation in Vancouver.  Mrs. Howlett has returned to  Horseshoe Bay after spending a  few days at Grantham's as the  guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lowes.  Mrs. Hopper, who once was a  resident of Granthams, is spending a few days renewing old acquaintances. She is the guest of  Mrs. J. H. Rennie.  The hanging gardens of Babylon, one of the seven wonders of  the world, are associated with a  mythical queen���Semiramis��� reputed to have built the city of  Babylon.  Selma  Pork,   B.C.  ACCOUNTING  INCOME TAX  REPRODUCTIONS  BUSINESS FORMS  t  Direct Mail Advertising  Advertise   in  the  Coast   News  Ad Briefs���it pays!  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Compare Our Prices!  Del nor Frozen Foods  Ice Cream  Groceries  Fresh Meats and  Vegetables  Hardware  Drygoods  Shell Oil  Fish Camp  We now have increased  refrigeration for handling  of perishables.  Pender Harbour, B.C.  GRANTHAMS  LANDING  ; By MRS. J. H. RENNIE  Fletcher's, MacGregor family, Johns of New Westminster, is  the Atkinson's, the Grieg's, the visiting at present. Mr. and Mrs.  Walkers, the Semworths, and Robert Banks of Vancouver also  many many more. spent a week there recently.  Don't Waste Precious Hours  in Slow Travel!  On June 8th the garden party  e writer of Grantham's news  ets^that^they have been mis-  7 from   the   News   for   these.  two or three weeks because  ibsence in Vancouver, where  wahted to be near Shaugh-  iy Hospital, where your reg-  correspondent is still a pat-  rahtham's is a very busy  e at the present time, with  ashy summer visitors.   There  a time when one knew all  residents and usual visitors,  there are so many hew faces  ind we feel almost a stranger  ie midst. Among the visitors  jiave noticed a number of the  friends'���the Baron's, the  rnore's, the Kirklands, the  j*ys,     the     Stephensons/ the  Mr. and Mrs. S. Mathews have  which"was heidTt the^home'of - their daughter, Mrs. Swangard,  Mr. and Mrs. J. Henderson un- /vvx. /vv  der..the* auspices.��of the IM^rmony    ���-fy)F%  Group of the United Church W7 "��� "^"~  A. was ;an outstanding success.  Some 200 guests were present to  en*joy the visit to that lovely spot  at Soames' Point. In a very short  time the stalls were empty and  the attendants at the tea tables  were kept busy serving the tea  and a variety of good things to  eat The members of the group  were delighted that such a number came to the party and were  glad to welcome so many of our  menfolks.  We are very glad to report that  Mr. ,W. Banks, who suffered a  stroke recently and was ill with  pneumonia, is now on the road  to recovery.   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Holiday Highlights From  The Midsummer Sale  Catalogue  ��� Bright 'n breezy bathing  suits  ��� Sua styles for th* whole  family  ��� Household fes-ps  f) Campers' Bsqulrexnente  ��� Aed. Many MbscJ  TRY  Arnolds Coffee Bar  I' V  -VT, EATON G*,  EATON'S  GIBSONS, B.C,  FOR WEEKEND;  CHICKEN DINNERS  Phone Gibsons - 26  ��� 'ft' Page Four        THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.  Fridoy, July 16, 194&  MORE ABOUT  ROBERTS  Continued from Page 1  home.  Grey on the guitar���- and Mr. C.  Maywood on the violin. The PTA  plans a repeat performance thru  the summer by request of the  merrymakers.  A,  Mr. and Mrs. Elsdon received a Gail MacKenzie celebrated her  pleasant surprise the other night 9th birtday on July 4, inviting  when a knock on the door ad- Carol Forstj Bonny Edlund, Judy  mitted their daughter and son- and Donnie Leatherdale, Tommy  in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Gould Kennedy, Sue and Joan Wallis,  and daughter Miriam. They came to participate in the fun.  down from Powell River in their  gas boat, through Skookum Chuk Mrs. R. Hughes is recovering  (where slack tide held them up after her serious illness. Mrs. A.  for two hours) into Porpoise Bay Wyatt is up from Vancouver to  where they tied up. take care of her son's grandmoth-  * er.  The PTA garden party and sale  of  home   cooking  scheduled  for      Barney Foley and Doug drove  Tuesday was postponed until the  down   from   Halfmoon   Bay   to  following  day,   and   despite   the visit old friends in the neighbor-  dark  clouds  overhead  proved  a hood,  huge  success,  with  the  summer  people taking every advantage in      Mrs. J. Edlund and litle daugh-  _}tocikng    up    on   crusty  home- ter Sharlene visited in Vancouver  baked bread and luscious cakes, for a few days,  cookies and buns, etc. Even home  bottled pickles, jams,  vegetables      Mr. W. T. Tyldesley, our gen-  and fruit were cleared away in  record   time.    Tea   was   enjoyed  inside, however, since the climate  ial     representative     of  Bucekr-  field's Ltd., paid his regular visit to the peninsula Tuesday, clad  in a borrowed raincoat and wet  to the knees, but still dry about  the weather. Apparently he is  not agreeable,, or familiar, with  the latest child psychology ideas  as, when asked about his family,  he stated emphaticially "When  your son reaches the age of ten,  as mine just did, you don't brag  about him���you. keep him dark."  And did he add "And hope for  the best"? I forget. Anyway he  said not to quote him.  Melrose, Edna and Ricki Sur-  geson of Vancouver are spending  the summer with the Newmans.  Their mother, Mrs. Olive Sur-  geson spent Sunday with them.  Mrs. Gwen Ripley also was a day  visitor with her daughter Kitty.  Stratford House Camp opened  for the season Sunday and Monday   found   small   children   and  small Mimi, the pony, headed for  their new beach property tp try  the water. The patter of their  little feet and the sound of their  childish laughter which has dail^J!  enlivened summers at the Mac-g|  farlane Beach for many yearsp  will be missed.  m  S  Phone Gibsons 3-K  Gibsons,  GURNEY RANGE  White enamel, No.  146C,  Water front and high shelf.  GURNEY  All cast, white enamel, No.  Water front, high shelf.  ���-  139.  RANGE  .^197.75  Sales and  ���  was a little coolish for outdoor,  casualities. The PTA executive  thansk the committee and members who did such a splendid job.  . In the evening of the same day,  Mr. C. Maywood welcomed the  merry campfire participants on  behalf of the Pro-Rec, sponsored  by the PTA, to a feast of hot dogs,  coffee and music. Especially  popular were the combined voices  of the children of Elphinstone  school, when they sang many of  their favorite numbers. They  were   accompanied   by   Mrs.   L.  What's Nicer Than A  Delicious  HOME-COOKED MEAL  AWAY FROM HOME?  Steaks - Salads - Pies  A SPECIALTY  English Tea Room  Gibsons, B.C.  M**>  SPECIAL!  Marquisette, red or green trim  --- 65c  Monk Cloth, 54", heavy quality ���  $2.65  Table Oil Cloth, 54" wide, blue or green trim ��� 90c  FLEXALUM VENETIAN BLINDS INSTALLED FREE  USHER'S  YARD   GOODS  SHOP  LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES  GIBSONS, B.C.  TUKIIIli III  READY TO GO!  NEW - 12-FOOT  LIGHT  CRAFT  $326  1 Vt. horse power motor.  Fully equipped, seats 2-6 people  Complete Line of  FISHING TACKLE  You Dig Your Hole ��� We'll Build Your House  See Us For Your Full Line of  BUILDING SUPPLIES  We Carry a FULL PLUMBING LINE  Contact Us for Free Estimates  By Our Registered Plumbers  THE PLACE?  Sunset Hardware  '" '   ' AT  GIBSONS  Sunset Buiidors' Supply^Agent at Sechelt���  Mr. Fred ^rcber  PREYEHT  B.C. FOREST SERVICE  Depcertment of Lands ond Forests  HON. E. T. KENNEy ��� MlSisTER *'���".     CD. ORCHARD. DEPUTY MINISTER Friday, July 16, 1948.  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.  Page Five  elicatessen  ens in Sechelt Center  JECHELT���Peninsula     residents  will hail the advent of the new venture,  utcher store and delicatessen officially opening its doors on Sat- Kittv Lauehlin .Mrs Enfflen- home of Mrs* Rice in Selma Park  Uay, July 17, in the Village enf^tW^ Kra in aid ?f *Jf ��� ,A (Region) It  Center, Sechelt, completing the and Veronica are at the home of ^as wel1 attend+e.d and the gar-  unit now housing a cafe, drug her parents for the holidays. We lens, weure beauti&O. Singing at  jstore, telegraph office, bakery all k^ow Kitty and hope she en- ^e ^a h<T w?% M^' BaiFd and  and hardware store. iOVs the summer Mr- Kynoch> whlle Mrs- Rlce re"  The Village Meat Market and ' ��ited later.  Delicatessen will be managed by      Staying  with Mrs.  Tini New-      Quests at Glendalough during  bMf.  E. J. Barker, who has had combe are Babs. (Mrs. Griffiths)   the week included Mr   and Mrs  any years' experience in hand- and her two children.- They have Nutall   (junior and senior J,  Mr!  g*      u- tourments    dehghtr~ Jad.   some   terrible   experiences and Mrs. H. Sumner, Mrs. Wal-  ti    which   is   properly   hung, during the Fraser floods but hope ter Scott of Toronto, Sandra Bur-  wl which is exquisitely cooked to be going home soon. op, Leonard Hall (FRGS), Win-  ^lt TZLV^1 the m��St mS"     w        ������    ��� ���   ������ ' & Gould, Miss E. F. Davidson,  culous purchaser. We notice quite a number of Dorothy Worthington, Elish Wor-  Th^m?dTn  ^P"-��    %-��St^e VancouY.eF d��gs up for their sum- thington, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hars-  s the latest units in refngerat- mer holidays:   They all have  a  .   i and every conceivable feat- very snooty bearing when meet-  e in double    vision,    sanitary ing  up  with  the  local  animals,  owcases for handling the A-A but   one   friendly   little   souL is  in   Vancouver.    Also   with   him ton, Johnny Keane  (New York), brand   for   him   than   we   have  were Mr. and Mrs. Nutall.   Mr. Dr.   Harriette   Stevenson,   Harry had recently.  Nutall Sr. has a tailoring busin- Nygard. ,  ess in Vancouver,  so whichever      A real old-timer is visiting Se- Dr/  Alan  Inglis  will   be   bacK:  way you take it Micheall is a very chelt���Mr.   J.   O.   Woollatt,   who at his normal schedule now since  lucky dog.  Doesn't like the local is  here  for  a  few  days'  leaves, the return of Dr   Hugh from a  shows like tlje local dogs do���it away from Shaughnessy Hospital, well-earned   holiday,  bores him frightfully.                        He is a veteran of three wars and Dr- Alan s hours m Sechlii* are  -                was  at   one   time  a  member  of from 10 to 3 on Tuesdays, Thurs-  Although this is not my prov- Queen Victoria's bodyguard.   We days and Saturday.   If necessary  ince I feel I must mention  the wouid like to wish him well and he  can be  reached  through  the  lovely  tea  held  recently  at  the hope the weather will be a better Gibsons exchange for emergency.  jLty products, ��  SECHELT  By ARIES  Micheall NuTall, a very beautiful cocker spaniel who has had  his ears and feathers clipped in  anticipation of the summer season. He is staying with the people  he owns at Glendalough and was  telling my Winkie that the food  ^irst I would like to correct the there is very much to his liking  jression given in this column hut   that   Micky   Mayne   was   a  it week with reference to the very difficult  dog  to  get  along  lit to Sechelt  of Miss Phyllis with.  His master, Mr. Jack Nut-  |ter.   Should have read ��� sister all is recently back from over-  \udrey Salter, fiancee of Bob seas and operates a taxi business  ikett/ Miss Audrey Salter is   v~~    ~~~~    ~   ~       ~~~. "���  (1 in England, and this I om-  \d to mention, and it really  :ed as though they were all  Kechelt. Such was not my in-  Ition.   o  !)��� Amh __L ���  *  SEE PAGE 6  fe would like to welcome  jst. J. D. L. Grey, replacing  (st. J. Purdy here. He comes  jh Mission^arid although that  nice enough place, perhaps  sea will be a welcome change;  ray, we know his children  7likevit. :-yl "'��� X  |r. and Mrs. J. Pope of West  fcouver are at Rockwood for  [summier.   They have brought  car, so they willbe able to  iround and enjoy themselves.  are old-time  visitors here  well known to many of us.  E.  W.  Parr  Pearson was  led first vice-president of the  lelt   Liberal   Association   on i  resignation of Mr. W. Morris-  the regular monthly meet-  Ed Bolster is busy entering his younger sister Betty,  (is here on a visit from Kam-  She  is  staying  with  her  Mrs.   Haskamp.   We   cer-  ly   hope   that   the   sun   will  for Betty, for it hasn't been  [/good to us lately.  bening today in the Village  ter is a modern meat market  fc-ated by  Mr.  Ernest  Barker  Vancouver. This new up-to-  market will be a welcome  ition to the new stores there,  under the supervision of a  able butcher. Mr. Barker was  ntly   at   Ray's  meat  market  'east Hastings, Vancouver, and  take this opportunity of wish-  him every success in his new  ^^���^t^B^^  ^*"��*���^^  CONGRATULATIONS  4_5*  THE VILLAGE MEAT MARKET  AND DELICATESSEN  from  NHLSO-TS BAKERY  Try Our Food, The Taste Test Will Tell  Home Made Bread���- Danish Pastries  a  TRUE STORY FROM  Wakefield  e came in with cane  and limp,  Went out like a spring  ? s  Nymph.  p.S--We still have the  'cSine.'  /.:  ANNOUNCING  the opening of  The Village Meat Market  and Delicatessen  Specializing in A-A. Quality Products  Choice Steaks and Roasts  Full Selection of Delicatessen������  Cooked Meats, Salads, Pickles  ��� '������    ��� i...  Full variety of Dry and Fresh Fruits and Vegetables  ".'       7    X     ���    ���     *     '        '��� . ���  Catering to Logging Camps in  Small or Large Supply  I  Heartiest Congratulations  on the opening of the  THE VILLAGE MEAT MARKET  AND DELICATESSEN  from  LANGS REXALL DRUGS  Village Centre  Congratulations and Best Wishes  to  THE VILLAGE MEAT MARKET  AND DELICATESSEN  from  PARKER'S HARDWARE  Where the Fishin', Shootin', Huntin' Man, and  Builder alike finds what he is looking for.  Congratulations and Best  .  to  THE VILLAGE MEAT MARKET  AND DELICATESSEN  from  Village Coffee Shop  "Where They Eat and Mee."  Best Wishes to The Prosperity  of  The Village Meat Market  and Delicatessen  Equipped by  riraapi--  Pacific Saw File and Butchers'Supply  550 East Hastings, Vancouver, B.C.  w��^*mu  _��_��_-*������ Page Six  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.  fridgy; July  .6,, 1948,  MORE ABOUT  if it be winter and the hall tern-  part is whose. has its place in the drama. be another question:  "When wilS^  perature flirting with zero, must      jn the case of the famous Camel      In fact the whole RCPC is sat- there be more players?" v|  be nimble of foot to escape hav- Pantomime, the condition of the isfactory.  Why do not more peo-      So why don't you join? I have$  Continued From Page 1 jng their toes hammered as the actors was unimportant since the pie join it? . ,rtTio wv ,     . t_ -     w i+ innu at-i  ess elsewhere. amateur     carpenters     (they    of whoie business was a revelation      The  answer  to   "When  is  the clone my oest to maKe n iook at  ,,  However, since money has been COUrse  are actors who  are sup-  to them as well as the audience. Roberts Creek Players' Club go- tractive  to  you,   and  everybody|  invested  in  the  play  and  there posed to  be on stage, but since The camel was the only one who ing to put on more plays" must needs a hobby. ,.-.    ��� |  are still one or two who remain there  js no  one else,  take time had rehearsed the tiling,  steadfast and true, well then, the  out to set the scene) bang away  ,              ,  _,                                             ... Then "i.here  was the revealing  play must go on                                  Wlth gusto. little skifput on by a few of the  CASTING PAINS                                  Just  as the hero and heroine ladies at  a  PTA meeting which  So the parts are juggled around   go jnto a clinch, center stage, and was as surprising to the actres-  ���an    80-year-old    grandmother are jn the midst of an impassion- ses  as  to  the  PTA.    That  little  takes the part of a gay young di-   ed speech, tlje electrician sets up gem popped right out of the per-  vorcee, doubling as an ingenue in  his step ladder on them and calls formers'  heads and as they had  the third act while a burly log-  loudly   "This   where   you   want neglected to write a script they  ger enacts the emaciated and an-  the light?" merely   adlibbed   all     the     way  aemic college student.   The  dir-      An the la(jies have their hair through.  ector  takes  any  part  left  over,-in  curiers,  hidden  by  'kerchiefs One wonders if that is not the  regardless.                                             and they are wearing their war- better way except that some ad  It   is   a  well-known   fact  that mest  slacks.    Faces  are  void  Gf libs haVe disastrous results.    ���  some   of   these   gals   are   pretty make_up.   The  prompter  cannot if appiause is any criterion the  good cooks and it is not for me hear the lines because of the din adlib  system  is  satisfactory  and  to say how much  time is spent made by the hammering and the    1   on dramatics and how much on director   down   in   the   audience ������,��   aTARV   t��. k Pn  gastronomies.    At   any   rate    re- neither hears nor  sees  anything yrftWA   S^IUlf 1     IfcLLfcK  hearsals get under way and are as   whi]e  the play is unfolding,  prolonged   for   an   interminable some0ne   decides   to   see   if   the  tihie.   Of course,  all the cast  is curtains work, which they don't,  never  present  at  one  time   and and   they   become   stuck   in   the  wondrous and clever are the al-  ciGsed position  ibis for absence   Like the office j    e    mid down  erv ^aseKlfdavm " the hal1 the hammeringf yelling,  e^_r��^  o^t_/^���o cussing  and     elocutionary    out-  &CHIPT  STHANGEitS bursts shatter  his  thoughts,  but  Following   a   series   of   heart-  bravely  the     director    tries    to  breaking rehearsals when hardly think  anybody turns up and those who      Naturally this is difficult, even  do  greet  us  witlv the  worn-out      . h disturbance.   Else   why  theme   song,   so   familiar   to   all d      h attempt   directing?  amateur dramatic groups "I hav-        t it ��e burden of  en t looked at my book since last     fa th0ught is "shall we, at this  time" as though it were an ac-  ��s    dat|     tt       t acting?��  complement   to   be   sung   with fe  .' ^_er  is   .^     let  *wf' th%ciirec,tor' ^ n��� .a ���ere us not confuse matters further."  shadow of his former self in des- "s          doesn't" enter into the is-���  peration sets a date for the op- uc    * n th   lines become auto-  enmg   night   hoping   this   might ^t^and tonight the lines that  spur  the cast to  some effort to automatic   were   quite   un-  memonze   their   lines   and    get fa      M    f b    the writer of the  S^iAStTii^J^ p^- Play, just, as those he wrote are   6^^^  tne director it is no longer a pro-    nthought of by the actors. Most   Tomorrow" each Monday at 8:30p.m.  duction���it is+a Thing  a ghastly,    f  the%ast  plan  t0  iearn  their   over CKWX. The program feature  horrible  nightmare   that accom- H       tomorrow, t dramatizations of stories of persons  panies   him  by  day   and   would -:     ������.*���-      .      .   ���,���- ���nA*   known and unknown who have oveiv  plague him in his dreams, if he Dress rehearsal always ends come ^^ XS^td^TcS^  had, the luxury of dreams in a the same way. Too much noise, suCce^. It is sponsw^ by ;Muti_iI  sleepless   world ) too   much   confusion,   too   late���. Benefit Health & Acciderit Aaa���   "  bRESS REHEASALS ��� let's go home,, . ��� ' ,  'T  Comes dress rehearsal. This is      On the morning of the. day set  a quaint little custom in use all for the play, the director ambles  over the world today.   It is  the over   to   the   hall   (a   matter   oi  night   when   make-up,   hair-ctts, miles,on foo^t), decides something  dress  fabrics and color  schemes should be^ done  about the Hats,  are tested under the lights, when and gets busy with a+kalsomme ���  ai smooth and finished perform- brush, hoping among other things  ance  uplifts  the heart  and  cast that it will dry by night. Some-  and  director    breathe    a    little times it does.  prayer of thanks that this, their       ZERO HOUR  supreme effort, has not been in     Now the big moment approa-  vain. ches   and   the   curtain,   working.  . Should   be,   that   is.    Instead, beautifully, rises at 8    p.m.    or  pandemonium  is  let  loose.   The thereabouts on a company SXOSSY  infernal     regions     are   pools   of with weariness and stage fright,  tranquility   and  peace   by   com- having but a vague idea of what  parison. it is all about, barely capable of  The   actors,   already -buttoned stggering  on  and off  the  stage,  to the chin, mittened and booted and as yet not quite sure which  Selma Park  Hairdressing Shop  A Complete  Hairdressing  Service  DOLLY  JONAS  Phone for Appointments  Wm. McFadden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Office Hours:  i -    *  9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings  by Appointment  Every  day except Thursday [  one  Gabriel Heatter. for many yean  e of America's most DODular news  *  t  Cosy Homes and  Home Sites  FOR SALE  Partly constructed 7-room House, sheeting to com-  , plete outside of home.   Lot 62x122 ft., good location.  Water, light and phone available.    _ $2,500.00  We hove numerous listings of choice properties  in the Peninsula.   .  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Comes in  at night worn to a frazzle expecting the little woman to fej:ch  <__  ?_____.   ��_��_ _L_-____**_. _f8-_A^i- his   slippers   and  make   a   great    '"' "   ��� �����.��* reviewing   the   entire   situation  ill   K0DG1.IS ��_V_f66_H_ fus& over him, hands over a worm POWELL   RIVER���  Decision   in and its effects upon* Powell Riv-  ^��w*r       which he caught accidentally on      regard to granting or denying er district.   '  Bv MADGE NEWMAN his way home> and a11 the time  of the forest management license      At the conclusion of the inter-  * he's only been beating his brains  application   recently   made   here view  Mr.  Eckardt  said  that  he  So the PTA had still another   out against a lady's boudoir win-  by Evans Products Ltd. covering was "very optimistic"  about the  >each fire and still more wieners  dow.   Just like a man. a forest area of 58,000  acres  in final  outcome   of  the  issue  and  md buns and if we hadn't con- , .the   Powell  River   area   will   be that the minister had told him a  :umed the last crumb last night'      ?u.olas   story   of  the  soulful,  forthcoming   in   a   week,   L.   S. decision  would  be  known   i  ve'd  have another go  at it to-   doleful   Pansy   recalled   to   my ^Eckardt told The News week  light, I betcha. mind- another Pansy, also soulful  in   a  Mr. Eckardt, who recently presented a brief outlining protests  Use The Coast News classified  of this community against grant- to sell, rent, buy, or swap,  ing   of   the   license,   interviewed  Chuck Maywood,    the    genial  ��"dthe f^ce) but devilish in the  leader-upper     of    this     affair,      ��.*.-    oc. 0  nn.    _       , ,  hinks   nothing  of  trotting   over inS^e     a S��at-may she rest-  o the fire site and whipping up s? fmallv had -U flffair with Minister of Lands Kenney this  nbiag n^e ecomfv' lof ^Idn^S a ^5S^4St_K JS& corning in a meeting which las-  2A       a    ^y   ^"tU��A Ar  S k^s and had to stick with her  lohnjander his chin and filling knittin> instead of shooting me meal someone would sneak up  He night with melody. headlong  in  directions  I  hadn't behind her and extract the well  And  it  IS  melody!   After  the intended     taking.      One     never known fluid,  rowd     stops     singing    popular knew when one might 'take off"      MacKenzie please note the ab-  pngs with him, he drifts into the jf she showed up in the rear. ove paragraph.  t^tJS?- J^T^T^^f16'      Her  pal  had  innocent  yellow      Except that Pansy, unlike the  hi wi ���;<-.;^cff ���mSSi-. �� eyes to��and never so bland as goat of popillar fiction' re<auired  ���?Wht SSS StiSf t~l ��l when he was thinking up some that her food be absolutely im-  ��^n^.I^'J��^%? new devilment.  He wasn't mean, maculate,   free   of   any   dust   or  C^^H^SS^^   thOU8h> and he l0Ved US ��ne  and   dlrt'  and her  dish Clean  and ���'  KL^Xf^ii ?,?^Jl^S all. We couldn't shove him out spotted by rust or other disfig-  r some, farewell to others, past    f th        t    { t    somebody else>s urement.  She ate just like a cow.  Itl^'JZ ��T�����?h t0 hlS garden-he much preferred his No cow we had later, in a long  *rn prana or areammg. <ain folk,  Neither did he- do any line of cows, was ever as fussy as  You know, Chuck, it's a swell dafnage at home, except to sneak Pansy.  Say to end a hard day and I for irito the house whenever possible But goats, like children, ain't  ie hope we have more of the and swipe the flowers from the what they used to be and all this  ;me! table centerpiece. was many years ago.  'The yoifnger generation had a Milking our Pansy was a cinch. Anyhow I don't see why Fath-  (ie time, too, especially in the All we had to do was go to the er MacKenzie doesn't trade his  bt dog department, 'and even milking stand "and wave a carrot Pansy in on a goat, although the  [e  teen-agers  weren't tod" aw- and Pansy came a-running. modern type might chew the New  Illy bored. The milking stand was a" piece Look ��ff his bathrobe.  ru^nc. tt^__'_. +V.O+ a*���' uivA  of furniture placed in a spot con-      And  who  said that  bathrobes  'noops. neres tnat darn  Dim yenient to the house and under were part of the correct ensemble  m^,^,. ���._. t _^��>+ ��,������� +!.__ shelter, resembling some sort of for early morning barnyard'  Heavens  no   I don t mean the tQrt rack      p daintily wear?  fe.that.uTla balged' even lf mounted steps to a platform, put ���   does sun nover aoout. hc?r head through a wooden loop      Infant mortality rate for 1946  Dh, no, mine is a perfectly re- and her nose into a dish of mash.^.in Australia was the lowest ever  actable    robin    which    should  Whiie   thus,   engaged   with   her recorded, 28.62 per 1000 births,  ise no irate controversy what-  fr.  But it annoys me no end.  3 very  morning   it. jalays  tick-  fe-t'oe on my windows, and as  ��eep with my head against one .  them, it is disconcerting to say  . least to have the little beast  :l itself through space and con-  it with the windpw.pane with  great thud,  its  hails   (does a  >in have nails?) scratching���'al-  * the glass.  [���he onslaught is terrific and,  is on all day. When he gets  ;d of battering one window, he  *<s the next. I say 'he' because  m sure Mrs. Robin must have^  hething better to do and in any  j^, were she of a suicidal mind  < wouldn't try fretfully and  lely to bust her neck on a  idow. She'd do the job in a  ctical and efficient manner.  suppose she is at home, slav-  away caring for the nest and  FOR HIRE  ' Land Clearing  Basements Excavated  '   Roads Built, etc.  ALBERT DANROTH  Roberts Creek  We have the very latest equipment for refacing valves.  Our valve seat grinder for the modern hard surface valve  seats does a beautiful job. Send in your valves and valve  seats via stage and we will give you first class service.  Gl  MOTORS  PRODUCTS  Wilson Creek Garage  Your General Motors Dealer  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  PHONE SECHELT 5S  J  I  Bring: Your Repair Jobs to Us!  Boot Tanks, Worm Air Heating Furnaces Repaired  Range and Heater Repairs  CHICKEN FARM EQUIPMENT  GUTTERS AND DOWNPIPE  AIR CONDITIONING  .  Sheet Metal   Works  Laurie Speck, Gibsons Phone Gibsons 8R  DIRECTORY  TAXI  INSURANCE  PENINSULA CABS  24-Hour Servjce  WILSON CREEK and  SELMA PARK  Phone Sechelt 5C2  Parr Pearson Agencies  General Insurance  Phone  Sechelt 37 ���Night Ring LSL  Mht (Soost Mews  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  3 Lines (15 Words) for 35c 3 Insertion (same ad) 60c  Extra words, above 15-word min., 2c each.  Cash with order.  Notices, Engagements, Marriages, Deaths, etc., 75c Insertion  LITTLE ADS . . . BIG RESULTS  PLUMBING-HARDWARE  REAL ESTATE  ^-Ei-^-v     .   0 .���  _. -*_. W  Hardware, Plumbing Supplies  Heating Necessities  'Serving the Peninsula"  Marshall's  Hardware  Phone Gibson���3K  <<<  Specialist in Coast Property  Consolidated Brokers Ltd.  Gulf Coast  Office  Sechelt  WANTED���   Drag    saw   Please PERSONAL ��� Nubone    corsets  send price and full particulars      correct the figure. Expert fit-  to Joe Mitchell, East Bay, West ter. Alice Amelia French, phone  Howe Sound Mail  Route,  B.  Ci Sechelt 36. 51  51 ���  FOR SALE  FOR   SALE-^-28-foot   cruiser,   6  CTTTT. T3<er i-i 1-. t ���        ���_* x        hp. Palmer marine engine, just  ^r from ^ncouve'r  Low'rates    ��ve?hauled   and   painted.   Apply  or irom Vancouver .Low rates. ^     A A French c_0 The Coast  Fast   service.   Careful   handling, i     .   oPf.hplt   B   r      ��� 51  Specify Gulf Lines Express,    tf JNews' beciielt> *��� u _^  Plumbing and Heating  RADIO SERVICE  Installation��� Repairs  A Specialty  by Registered Plumber  Ticknor's Plumbing  Porpoise Bay Road  Sechelt, B.C.  STEELE'S RADIO AND  ELECTRIC  Radio Sales and Service  Phone, Sechelt 33  Send by Bus  FOR SALE FOR     SALE���Connor     Nu-Way  WATERFRONT lots  at  head  of *.and   washing   machine,   with  Pender Harbour. Write or con- wringer.   Excellent   condition.   A  tact H. Williamson or A. Egner, !,naP ft $17.   Apply A. R. Gray,  Pender   Harbour.                       tfn Sechelt> B- c-                               52  Painting-Paperhanging  TRANSFER-TRUCKERS  H. GAINES  Painting .��� Paperhanging  Spraywork  "A Complete, Line of 1948  Wallpapers ��� Estimates  Coast News, Box G14  JACK'S TRANSFER    ;  Log Hauling Contractors  General Freight Hauling  Sand and Gravel  Phone' Sechelt 15U and 21Y  Transfer - Truckers  LUMBER AND FUEL  FRANK  YATES  Home Oil Agent for  Gravel land Freight Carrying  Service calls day or night-  Days, Wilson Creek���5S  Nights, Roberts Creek���24L  BURNS and JACKSON  SAWMILL  Producer pf Choice Lumber  In .All Species  Wood and Sawdust  Phone Sechelt 15-M-2  ' MISCELLANEOUS  WE UPHOLSTER furniture, make  slip covers, supply materials  and do take pride in our workmanship. Free estimates. Usher's  Yard Goods Shop, Gibsons, B.C.  tfn  WE BUY AND SELL  RIFLES, and shotguns bought  and sold, also all kinds of used  goods, futtiiture, clothing, tools,  etc. Square Deal Store, West-  view, B.C.  FOR SALE���2-cylinder, 4-cycle  30 hp". Deutz full diesel, with  reduction gear,������!%. to 1. Electric  12-volt starter, 160 hours operation.. Extras: 2 full screens, shaft  coupling, muffler. $1200. For appointment to see, phone North  Vancouver  2635-R. 1  FOR SALE���1500 w. U. S. light  plant, used very little, fully automatic. $500. Also Beaver chain  saw, one-man, 18-inch blade, $200  These articles are in good shape,  have been used very little and  will perform like new. Write to  Jas! G. Gass, Pender Harbour, B.  C.         1  MISCELLANEOUS  ROTO-TILLER ��� power tiller,  does the work in one operation���of plow, disc and harrow.  Call or write Cliff Leach, Gibsons, B.C. tfn  Signed   articles   and   letters  ��?.  The importance of the soybean  in America is evidenced by the  fact that production in 1947 was  20 times that of 1930. Page Eight  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.  Friday; July 16, 1948  By ROBBIE  The Canadian Legion and W.  A. gave a welcome party for Mr.  and Mrs. Harry Gaines, who recently arrived in Wilson Creek  to take up permanent residence.  Harry was quite active in the  West Vancouyer branch of the  Legion, while Mrs. Gaines was a  very energetic worker in the W.  A. and during the war years was  responsible for. the. sending of  cigarettes and tobacco ���- overseas  to our troops. On leaving West  Vancouver Harry was presented  with a gift from the Legion and  Mrs. Gaines received a beautiful  bouquet.  So, once again, we say 'Welcome!' to our new neighbors.  Mrs. Levett of Wilson Creek  was hostess to her sister from  Los Angeles during the past few  days. Her sister, Mrs. G. Nevin,  has purchased a cottage at Roberts Creek and intends to make  a yearly trip up to these parts.  I see Ronnie Whittaker is branching out into the cafeteria  line. He has installed a coffee  and soft drink counter at the end  of his store, the Trading Post.  There you will find a fine selection of soft drinks, ice cream,  coffee and sandwiches.  Wilson Creek at the present  time has its capacity quota of  summer visitors and as I stated  here last week we all would like  to know who's who and what's  what. The most convenient way  to find out is when you���the reader���drops a line in Section R of  ithe mail box at the Trading Post  to tell us who's visiting and who's  gone away.  We want to know!  Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Innis and  son George sepnt a few days at  the home of his uncle Archie, and  were joined later in the "week by  the latter's brother, from Mission. ,.. ���>  :  Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Morley  entertained  their  youngest  dau  ghter, Mrs. G. M. McKellar and  grand-daughter Susan, both of  Vancouver.  Mr. Sidney Humphrey of Seattle, a well-known portrait  painter, was' also a visitor to the  Morley residence. I hope to interview him in the near future,  because I know that what he has  to say of his life history will be  of considerable interest to our  readers. x  Mrs. Walt Smith and her two  sons, Jerry and Jack, are staying  at Wilson Creels for a few weeks.  Mr. arid Mrs.. Jaqk McLeod and  their children left for Vanc'ou--  ver, where they intend to settle  up their affairs preparatory to  returning to Wilson Creek. Jack  has purchased a residence and  intends to live here. He will be  representative for the Watkins  Company.  Mrs. Barbara Shelly and her  three children are staying at the  Baird residence for two.. weeks.  Quite a story could be written  about the acitvities of many of  the residents of Wilson Creek,  and as a matter of fact this story  is one reason why I advocated a  community .center for 'this district.  How does the following list  appeal to. you as an example of  executive  ability?  W. H. Aggett, Board oi Trade  president; L. S. Jackson, Ratepayers' president; C. Bookman,  Canadian Legion president; Mrs.  L. S. Jackson, School Board president.  For the committee-���Mrs. C.  Brookman, Canadian Legion 1st  vice-president; Mrs. T. Turner,  Legion WA secretary-treasurer;  Mrs. Renton, Credit Union secretary-treasurer; Mrs. R. L. Jackson, Credit Union clerk; Mr. L.  Forbes arid R. L. Jackson, executive members of the C. U.; Mrs.  Stan Arbo, VON secretary treasurer; R. L, Jackson, Boy Scout  chairman; T. Turner and George*  Wright, Canadian Legion executive; H. Roberts, entertainment  committee chairman.  When one considers the above  list it should make a person feel  justly proud of the extended activities of our neighbors. And so  we say with meaning���keep up  the good work, folks!  The: writer unfortunately is  taking another trip to the city,  headed   for   Shaughnessy,   so   in  B.A.K.T.  By Ep&RLE GRAY  covering very well.   What a way.'^  to   start youix holidays,  Jimmiefcl  m  We hear that our little accident  victim,   Jimmie   Caterall,  is   re-  the meantime please bear with  me until my return, during that  time Mrs. Stan Arbo has kindly  agreed to give you a few lines  each week.  Never mind���-they   say    a    bad '-i  start means a good finish. ���������,_  Aries of Sechelt will be inclu-yj  ding West Sechelt doings in. herfp  column  for  the  summer  weeksj|  till  Earle  Gray  returns  to  lool^|  after it again for us, so pleasej^  pass along your news about who'_([  what and what's new fi  FOR HER ��� What's more wonderful than a smart  looking DRESS from our new shipment?  FOR HIM���Than a New Nylon SHIRT?   *  Especially a free-swing Maxwell  King.  TASSELLA SF-OPPE  "THAT SMART SHOP AT SECHELT"  Bus Service ��� Phone Sechelt 43  o  SEE PAGE 6  Cement Work  Septic Tanks, Sidewalks, Steps,  Floors and Concrete Chimneys  WORKMANSHIP  GUARANTEED  J. SINNOTT  FREE ESTIMATES  Sechelt, B.C.  "BITS OF WIT AND WISDOM"  Unless you are a leopard,  .We -cair-get 'the spots off.  IT PAYS TO KEEP CLEAN  LLOYD'S CLEANERS  Gibsons,  B.C.  Agency at Bus Depot, Sechelt  COLLISON'S  BARBER SHOP  SECHELT"  Mon.���Closed All Day  Tues.���9:30 a.m. io 6:00"pjcn.  Wed.���9:30 a.m. lo 9:00 p.m.  Thur.���9:30 a.m. to 6:00 pan.  Fn.���9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.  Sat.���9:30 a.m. io 8:00 p.m.  HAIRCUTS ��� SHAVES  FACIALS ��� SHAMPOOS  HASSAN'S STORE harbour, b.c.  The old-established General Store for Families,  Fishermen and Camps.  FISH  BUYERS ��� BAPCO PAINTS  HOME GAS STATION  QUALITY ��� SERVICE ��� VALUE  At HASSAN'S LANDING ��� Midway South Shore  Ice Cream I!!  Another featureof the ''Summit General  Store" i  available to the  residents of West  Sechelt  NOW  Cones - Bricks - Bars - Revels - Soft Drinks  MILK ��� COLD MEATS ^ G^|RIEsi^^^ f  Summit General Store  Delivery Service, Saturday only, Lower Rood  X      West Sechelt's Neighborhood Grocery  ���/:���''���  I  HADDOCK'S  ENGINEERING  Machine Work  Welding  General Repairs  Marine Engines  Water Cooled, Air Cooled  Gas or Diesel  PENDER HARBOUR  j  DOLLyS DRESS SHOP  Shop Today the "Dolly" Way on Our Convenient  Mail Order Plan  EVERYTHING IN LADIES'WEAR  COATS ��� SUITS ��� DRESSES ��� UNDERWEAR ��� HOSE  at Reasonable Prices  Phylis Turner of .our staff, will handle your needs personally, if our selection is not satisfactory, we will gladly  refund your money. ,  POLLY'S DRESS SHOP  4156 Fraser Ave., Vancouver, B.C.    ���  ���rrm  BRIGGS-STRATTON  IN BOA RDS  Evinrude  Outboards  at   City   Prices  Also small boats and  equipment.  G.SS0NS  MARINE SALES  Gibsons, B.C.  T  Dr. A. M. LOWE  * X - '   '   y.    '      . ���      X      ' -l':   y    ���   ��� .  ���     7 ^  DENTAL OFFICES  At Roberts Creek  For Dental Services of Alj Types  Phone Roberts Creek, 20 H 2 for Appointments  >  r>  v  In Village Centre, Sechelt  New Stock-  ROYAL CREST COAL STOVE .    $118,50  White enamel finish and polished top.  Beatty Monarch Gas. Washer . . $204.50  Blue Cross WEED-NO-MORE  Blue Cross GARDEN DUST  FERTILIZERS  Evinrude Outboard Motor, 2-h.p_y $__52_00  Gendron  Folding  BABY   BUGGY  ���.'���', Let Us Measure Your Windows for  VENETIAN BLINDS  A wide stock of colors inr aluminum and steel slats.  70c per sqv ft. installed  Full Line of BUILDING SUPPLIES  FISHING SUPPLIES  SCENIC TRIPS on Sechelt Intel  at Parker's - M.V. "Breeze"

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