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 oves  nlo New  .Tele  Serving a Progressive and Growirif  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast. '  povers Sechelt, Gibsons, Port Mel-  Ion, Woodfibre, Squamish, Irvines .*  Landing, Half Moon Bay, Hardy  Island, -r'ender . Harbour, Wilson  Creek. Roberts Creek, Granthams  Landing. Egmont,.vHopkins. Landing.  Bracken dale,. Oheekeye,  etc.  PtTBl_rSH-ei> BY THE COAST NEWS, X-iatTTEB  Business Office:  Sechelt, B.C. National Advertising1 Office. Powell River, B.C.  ��� No. 6  Colorful Regatta Staged  By Pender Harbour Club  fGE^CMS,.moved- into their new  Telegraph and Telephone of-  jfice on the Sechelt property of  j'H. Winn on August 10; The prefabricated structure is two stories high,.-. with room downstairs  made to accommodate equipment  [and with lots of storage place.  The main floor holds new of-  [fice building with space >left for  [lounge for additional staff in the  [near future.'  Through the help "of James PENDER Harbour���Second suc-  [Sinclair, M.P., and the untiring xcessful regatta of the Pender  efforts of G7R_ Bishop; the tele- Harbour Aquatic Club was held  [phone service has been improv- at Garden Bay, below sunny  ing steadily7thr6ugh a thorough skies. To start off the day, an  Wverhaul of^Utiie system ifrom exhibition of fancy dives and  [Pender t6 MeUon7 stunts was given by Violet Mel-  It is a far^irom the original J_*    ^eddie    McDermott    and  u*vp#uXk&)i ;.._ ���*__���_. >_.*    Glenn Kuchner. Gulf Lines Ltd.  ran a special trip to Pender Harbour and with flags flying, added to the color of the day.  Official opening of7 the regatta was staged with a parade  of decorated boats. A pirate ship  was   included  in  the  fleet,  and  eloed considerahlv Shortlv even a $anta Claus aPPeared on  2��f��_ consiclefably; Shortly the scene with a ^gaily-decorated  1* ni?    ^    the   governnient  christmas tree. Bunting, balloons,  id nme.pairs of cable and lines f] nd streamers w|re used to  o Bowen Island as the B.C. Tele-  ^*f colorSllliiZlly  hone was unable to give us more  crta'   ?_. c��lor*u*_ aisPAay.     _  lan foui^ lines inlallifrom Bowen 7  ***-. Herbert  Gargrax^MLA^  Vancouver owihg to the zizc ^ndyMz&r-Garprave. attended the  theXcable   available at   that Regatta   officially    opened   the  proceedings.    Rev.    A.    Greene  _.    . -_ .. spoke words of welcome and inr  ^u��ness-h*is grpwn and^ow ^ed everyone to attend the 6p-  ri^ons^offi^s^cjhesonly from enhig of *he Nurses* Home on  177^^w;toi^:POTt;Md- August 21. It was a record crowa  ft %?^er^*?# 4J *e ���**& that listened with keen interest  It7time7each subscriber places as the events results were relay-  Sechett, B. C.  Friday, August 20, 1948  5c per copy, $2.50 per year, by mail  first office7in7^21 where the office was held on ah open Verandah with a wall phone and, an  Average of three calls a day and  )ffice hours from 7 tb 8.30 aim.  [nd'from six to 11 p.m.  In   March    1945   the   modern  Switchboard which was installed  for prizes was held.  The Pender Harbour Aquatic  Club wish to extend sincere  thanks tp everyone who either  by buying a program or a iicket,  decorating their boats or: partici-.  pating in any aquatic event helped to make the second annual  regatta an outstanding success.  Thanks also go to M?. and Mrs.  Herbert Gargrave, Mr. and Mrs.  Fred McDermott, Violet Mellish,  Glen Kirchner, Gulf Lines Ltd.,  Union SS and all those who donated money and prizes* Also  thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd  Davis for the complete use of the  Lodge and floats and to the others who worked hard to supply  visitors with refreshments.  _^LJ_manca_i_--statement-^vi^^  me.  posted after the next meeting  called for August 30. Any interested parties are invited to attend. The Pender Harbour Aquatic Club was formed to promote;.  Pender Harbour and encourage  an interest in water .sportsx^^*--  22 TONS���LESS THE OPERATOR:   The Williams Construction   Company   bull-dozer  with   its   expert  operator,   E.  Bamford,  clearing  and   excavating  on   the   site  of  the  new  Canadian Legion Branch Hall, No. 109, at Gibsons, B.C.  The new building promises to'be one of the best on the  peninsula, modern in every detail, with meeting, recreation,  reading rooms for, young and old. This will be a two-story  -bufldi ng-^th"fijl1~c^Tnent1_>o^me_r.f.  Firms taking part are: Elphinstone Lumber Co., Gibsons;  Burns and Jackson Lumber Co.,, Wilson Creek; Cement, Brick  and Tile, Gravel, Champion & White, Vancouver; Hardware  and Plumbing, Marshall Bros., Gibsons; Sash and Doors, North  VancouverxSdsb and Door Co., Vancouver) Trucking, by R.  Godfrey^ Gibsons, E. Ihglis, Gibsons; Legal Services, xlas.  Drummond, Notary Public, Gibsons.  lis o>yn^call with VaneoiiviET a^ft  [faits for his own report. Remain-  *rof territory being handled by  lechelt. Xv ..:.X : xxvJ?" ���':' ',:'y ; '-��� '���':: ���'���   ?-  tftn; 1#46rXthete: yrere nine phones  ,. ��� ,_-������ -->-A__. -. - ���.- > >���._.*.- w^fte&^ ax^  In -May of thi-^year the new j^ ^oc^and in the cafe un^  Liildi_-gvwas started with a floor der ^ supervision of Mr. and  .ea of 2i by>20. It is two-stor^  re-fabricated house of the Mill- Lodge. '*  ed over the loud;; speaker.  Swimming ; and diving  events  race$,   log; bucking,  log   rolling,  boatpX canoe  CSra^baiiis ^nnuaf Regaia M% Change  ife"'iVS>%.Jjp ^i-^LLyyi,  ���;���),. m  ^.��.�������*.;;���V-p*r*.r, s, ,"  flex type. The building was fih-  Jied in record time with a solid  jnieht foundation; It is a  contractors J. Cattanach and  ssociate W. Peterson.  Names of competition winners  c^jJJ will be published next week.  Telegrams   of   congratulations  were read from Kelowna, Shell  Hours'wili rerhain the same for Oil   Company ^and the   city   of  ie time being���seven a.m. until Vancouver youth club.  p.m. with the same number of     The   swimming   events   were  es to Vancouver, Gibson? hav- judged by Mr. Fred McDermott,  g three and Sechelt one.: \Krell-known swim instructor. The  The new board has 165 plugs,  afternoon closed with the speed  d private lines aire now being boat  race  and  the  power boat  stalled iiibusiness places.  As handicap. Events of the evening  in^ess   ihc^sesv and   equip- opened  with fireworks  displays  ent becomes mpre plentiful iio that were seen from all points in  iubt   we   will   see   more   and the Harbour.: ,  we  i^ater:   improvertient  lone service.  'inesMeled  ro Offenders  in  ECHELT���Mrs.   Dirialda   Pearson  was  fined  $10   and  $6.40  >sts August 10 for driving with-  it a license.  Walter Peterson was fined $10  id $5 costs for assaulting Mrs.  r'-F. French.  RobertXLee and Robert Hall-  , en   of   Pender  Harbour   were  lined $10 and $5 costs each and  ouncb oyer 7tb ykeep  the  peace  !or 12 months: when they pleaded  uilty to creating a disturbance  n   Garden   Bay   beer   parlour  iigust 7.;- -.-X;.7 ���������:���������������:'  S. Verhulst of Port Mellon was  [fined $25 and $5 costs for creating a disturbance by discharging  [firearms.' 7.  Corp. Mark Phipps of Vancouver is r^Ueving Const. Gray  of Sechelt for his holidays.  Our Dancing was enjoyed to the  music of the Legionnaires from  Sechelt. Supper was served by  the Women's Auxiliary to the  Legion during the time drawing  Mariners Warned  Clear of Dredge  MARINERS navigating in the  vicinity of Searle Elevator  wharf and the Annieville Bay,  Fraser ; River, are requested to  keep clear of the dredge Fruhl-  ing.due to the difficulty of man--  oeuvring in the swift current in  the; areas.  Pepartmeht of Transport also  advises that the lighted beacon  on Nor|heast Point, Texada Island, is reported showing a fixed  ]ight.'V,:J:.';;'.'':':.  /This will be attended to at the  first opportunity. "The lighted  beacon at Sechelt, r Gulf, of Georgia, has been moved to a new  location 90 feet in. a northeasterly  dirteqtion from its former position.  GRANTHAMS* 19th Annual re-  7 gatta. held oh August 14, was  a success from eVery angle. There  was a heavy list of entrants in  most events, and all -ran off in  very quick time, certainly a  credit to the very fine committee  handling all events.  Daily Province Cup for Grand  aggregate 14 years and over was  won by Rosemary McGlashan,  Hopkins Landing. The Vancouver  Sun Trophy for boys under 14  years, Allan Laird Hopkins; the  Mermaid Trophy, Anne Heywood, Granthams.  Other   trophy   winners   were:  Sailboat race Hamber Trophy.  Jack Ritchie, Keats; Treb Root  Crew.  Boys 14 years and 15, 50 yards.  1, Jimmy Dye; 2, Don Dixon; 3,  Dave Hardwick.  Girls 14 and 15, 50 yards. 1.  Shirley Steeves; 2, M. Aber-  nethy; 3, L. Norris.  Sun tan contest 11 years and  over. Gloria Hope, Bill Davenport, Bob Nyjgren.  Sun tan 10 years and under:  1, David Trant; 2, Wendall Hunter; 3, Billy Trant.  Boys 13 years, 25 yards: 1, Allen Laird; 2, P. Kirkland; 3, R.  Dexter.  Girls 13 years, 25 yards: J,  Barbara Graham; 2, Laird Mantle; 3, Ann Robinson.  Girls 12 years, 25 yards: 1, Ann  Heywood; 2, Lois He*d; 3, Norma Johnston.  Boys 12 years, 25 yards: 1,  D. Reichelt; 2, J. Stewart; 3* C.  Harris.  Boys 11, 25 yafds: 1, Bill Davenport; 2, Billy Douglas; 3, Bruce  Tupper.  Girls  11,  25 yards:   1, Nancy  Marion;   2,   Barbara   Allen;   3,  Mary Louise \ Monk.  * Boys 10 years, 25 yards: 1, Ken  McCullough; 2, Ken McKie; 3, Ian  COX;  Girls 10 years, 25 yards: 1,  Joy Elliott, 2, Barbara Scott; 3,  Agnes  Hewitt.  Boys 9 years, 25 yards: 1,  Bobby Douglas; 2, Alex Carr; 3,  Don Heywood.  Girls 9 years, 25 yards: 1, Janet Humphries; 2, Barbara Scott;  Boys 8 years, 25 yards: 1, Cameron'McKie; 2, George Walsh; 3,  Kenny Gray.  Girls 8 years, 25 yards: 1, Carol  Burnham; 2, Diana Cox.  Girls under 8, across the pool:  1, Terry Wales; 2, Mary Walsh;  3, Ken Gfreig.  Youngest swimmer cup: Joh-  anne Ballentine 5 years old.  John Hooson Trophy, mens*  open .50 yards:   1, John Morison;  2, Don Marshall; 3, Bob Brodie.  Ladies' open 50 yds.:   1, Anne  Heywood; . 2,   Betty   Smith;    3,  Rosemary McGlashan.  , Boys and Girls distance plunge  13 years: 1, Allan Laird; 2, Anne  Heywood; 3, Norman Olsen.  . Dive from raft boys 13 and under: 1, Allan Laird; 2, Doug Cattanach; 3, M. Poole.  Dive from raft girls 13 years  and under: 1, Wendy Appleby; 2,  Laird Mantle; 3, Mary Louise  Monk.  Medley back and breast stroke  men's open 50 yards: 1, John  Morison; 2, Don Marshall; 3,  David Hardwick.  Medley back and breast stroke  50 yds., ladies' open: 1, Rosemary  McGlashan; 2, Betty Smith; 3,  Anne Heywood.  Plain dive from raft 14-18 yrs.  boys: 1, Bob Brodie; 2, Don  Marshall; 3, S. Littlejohn.  Plain dive girls 14-18: 1, Marilyn Abernethy; 2, Rosemary Mc-  pA RECEJNT: amendment to the  Veterans' Rehabilitation Act  makes it possible for a veteran  who has pursued educational  studies for ��� a brief period under  the DVA program to be reinstated for Veterans' Land Act  qualification. Previously, if a veteran had elected to take university training, he was deprived of  switching to VLA even if he was  unable to complete his training  course.  Glashan; 3, Kay Norris.  Plunge open distance: 1, Rosemary McGlashan; 2, Bob Brodie;  3, Jack Dye.  Sunday School Relay: 1, Gran-  ims Sunday School; 2, Gib-  s6iis.  Fancy dive boys under 16: 1,.  Jack Dye; 2, Doug Cattanach; 3,  Don Dixon.  Fancy dive open: 1, Don  Poole; 2, Ted Poole; 3, Velma  Craig.  Community relay 2 boys and  2 girls 13 and under; 1, Garn-  thams; 2,  Hopkins; 3, Keats.  Community relay 2 boys and  2 girls 15 years and under: 1,  Granthams; 2, Hopkins; 3,  Soames.  Community relay 2 boys and  2 girls over 15 years: 1, Hopkins; 2, Granthams; 3, Soames.  Granthams won the aggregate  with 149 points; Hopkins 92;  Gibsons 40; Keats 36; Soames 33;  and Headlands 9.  Walter Carson Trophy, Granthams  Sunday  School.  Harold Oxley Memorial cup,  Jack Dye.  David Spencer trophy, Don  Poole. Page Two  .THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.  Friday, August .20,  1948  were overseas buddies.  mm  By "CAROLA'  ' Mrs. B. Brothen Has moved to  ��� her   new   home   and   will   soon  , haye   her  sister-in-law  Mrs.  A.  Stevens Brothen    and    niece    Ruth  H. I. -L.  young and ��� old : will ��� .begin. at  1  p.m..   A   comic   baseball   game,  men. versus the ladies, at 6 p.m.,  presentation of the prizes at 7.30  ���  -C.J        . A1, __���������-������__���      p.m.,   and   the   drawing  for   the  as  Edmonton,     Alta.      have     been   bicycle    at;    9;30    p.m.    Housie-  ..__.__   ____.    ._.._.. ���_.������   .....    __        Col. and Mrs. AXE. Ladler of  "Disaster     Looms  Bridge at Roberts Creek is now   gu^who^are on^vacatToTfrom guests  of Mr.  and Mrs.  J.  Me-  a menace to safety. Previous re-   Michigan ^  ���  pairs  have   failed  to   right   this . ,      _   _        _.      ..T ,  ���   "T  r. ���,     ;;       , ��� .        Mr.   Bernie   Duval   has   been   mS on and refreshments wiU be  h^r^^^J't^J^ ending his vacation here with   sold, So, come, one, come all, no  have  returned after spending a his mot|er and sister. admission charge,  short sojourn in Vancouver. u ow<.w.  G. Wegard have : been" Mr; arid J  Mrs. Charles Topp of l-JrentwoocL^ |  V.I., and Miss M. Trotter of'Vic-fj  toria, V.I. '"'������   * M  U  Housie and other games during  the day and evenihg will, be go-  hazardous bridge.  One plank at  a time, is not enough!  it was on with the show Sat-  isrday evening when Frank Scott  Sorry to report that Mrs, Wm.      By the way folks, I don't find  Mrs.   J.   McDowell   of   North  Creamer has  been  seriously  ill,   very much news in the box pi:o-  aW/l l..o   fommto   +r-nr\r\a��a   7_t��ocont                                         _.._.._..--. v. .t __._.       w_.       ._.. w_. v..* \_,j. Cc-lIlC-      Ileus      LK_e__     BCilUUSlV      Ul, VC1JT    U1UU1   UCWB   IM    mc   ViAA.   f*��_  ? %^ rSS TttP Vancouver has been visiting her at the time of writing this,-she vided for same at the post office.  Sail   w?pnX��ttPnHin_?   Rob- sister   and   brother-in-law   Mr. was reported a little better, and Your cooperation is as&ed, help  Small     dUCUeiJ.ce     dllcM-U-l-g    nuu nnr.   Mrc    T    fam^t-ioll     __._-__ _t__-__-- :'xi__ ������__. x'_   i___L        x-_    .     c._��i--_,��    T_��'��i.1_.    _._-...-~.��_     .��  erts Creek Hall. Vociferous praise  echoed throughout the following  day!  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alder and  Mr. and Mrs. Don Currieof Victoria   were   guests   of   Mr.   and  and Mrs. J. Campbell. we all hope she continues to im-   to keep  Selma Park column in  prove. ���" the paper..  Mr. A. R. Reeves Sr., paid Vancouver a visit to enjoy the cricket      Our    other    accident    victims,  matches. Mrs. McKillop and Mrs. j. Sow-  Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.  bridge  Occupying the Wegard siunmer  cottage for seven- weeks are Mr.|^  and :Mrs.   Ted   Le   Nobel7 and||  children   of   New   Westminster.!  They   have   as   their   guests   at|  present Lt. Col. P> Sharpe, Mrs.l  Sharpe and twin daughters. |  ��� . ��� ��� . ��� i    .. j.f.,  ���    '   ."���. - - ���    ���������.������ L   ..'������%  Mrs. T. Godd is at her -summerJ  home; here, and Marilyn, Yictor|  and."'Bill Tunbridge with guests^  are occupying their cottage ,bere,|  to be joined later by,Mrs. E,- Tun^|  Lt_ ._.%�� _j /rA ._R  erby are both doing very nicely, f  Seasoned   vacationisjts   at   the but Mrs. Jonas  Sr., has had to  tut       ox*     r-i   i     rm.      .-������������     Creek are Mrs. Cocroft ��nd her gd   to    Vancouver   for* .further  Mrs.   Scotty   Clark.   The   wives  daughter   Mrs   Eleanor   C<_cr6lt.  treatment as a result of her fall  a short time,ago.  Judge   G.   A.   Grant   fle#   to      __"        , ,,     ��� ���   ,     .    - ���,  Scotland   recently   to   enjoy   a  muMr- and Mrs. E. Herbert of St.  visit with his friends and rek-  Thomas,  Ont,  spent last  week-  tives.   During   his   absence   nls  end here with their niece   Mrs  family will enjoy their, country Jv ^ ^; Thisistheir first visit  place at the:Creek: < to. ^e Coast a^t^y^are-y^ry^  enthusiastic   about   British   Col-  Gilbert   and   Marion   Funnel!   umbia.  S  A. L. BRUYNEEL  Selma  Park,   B.C.  ACCOUNTING  ., INCOME TAX  REPRODUCTIONS  BUSINESS FORMS  Direct Mail Advertising  are   spending   their   holidays ^ at Monday, Aug. 23rd is the big  Roberts   Creek    Gilberts   sister, day  at  Selma  Park   Sports  for  Florence   and   her   family   paid ���_ : ���  them a visit in their speed boat  "Top-Hat" last Sunday.  end trip to visit here parents Mr.  and Mrs. J. Klien.  KoDgh  li  Random Widths     ym  'ftandom^Lei^Hw *:-$ |f  : ''si  Hemlock  Mr.  and Mrs.  Elsdon  enjoyed  the visit of ah old friend, Mrs.  A-  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Crawford   and  G. Chappell from Vancouver, last daughter are down from Engle-  Week. wood on a months holiday here.  B.C. riR  SECHELT, B.C.  PHONE 42  BRICKS  Concrete Blocks, any size.  Anything  you  want in  concrete.  "CO^E TO THE  FAIR"  > ��� *      *  C. M. Sotiros  Gibsons, B.C.  "COME TO THE FAIR"  Wm. McFadden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Office Hours:  9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings   by  Appointment  E^e^^day  except Thursday  !   ���.���  _  VVhen  Passing  Through  :.Selmd   Park  ���'���'"��� X       ��� ���' j. *-v v  ��� ;v     X '    ',-   .  STOP AT  ANN'S  Refreshments - lee Cream  Soft Drinks - Pies - Cakes  Homecobked Cold Meats  Everything Baked on  Premises  Special Attention Given  Tb Orders  Ample   Parking   Space  for Cars  "Your hair is your crowning  Glory"���and your perm a thing of  joy forever. Bab's Beauty Salon  is new ... cool . . . and'"fully  equipped. We wish her every  success in her new building.  y  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Colin. Hobson  with   their   children   Dick   and  Baby Heather have been visitors  for the past three weeks at Jiynd-  hurst. ...... ���..���;.. ���  Mrs. J. Warlow has also had as  guests Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hobson and their children Shiela and  Bill.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Funnell had  as .guests, Mrs. Read and Bob  from North Vancouver. Bob was  very lucky in his catch of a 6 3|4  blue ling cod at the wharf to take  home to his Dad to prove it was  not another fish story.  Mrs. W. R. Robertson kindly  lent her home for a reunion party  of the Red Cross members; An  enjoyable afternoon was spent  by the 24 members present.  Mrs. W. Davison, Elphinstone  Bay, has as her house guests,  Mr. and Mrs. O. McMahon and  son.  Mrs. W. G. Pell and her daughter Mrs. R. Neil, of Vernon, B.C.,  paid a flying visit to Roberts  Creek  to  visit  Mr.   Leatherdale  sx 7-   --.'V.  Mr. Malcolm Bain is visiting  the G. Shields at their summer  residence.  Miss Leone Klien made a week-  Mr. and Mrs. B. Blackie of  New Westminster are spending  their holidays here at their summer home. Later Mrs. Blackie  will travel to Read Island to  visit Mrs. Fyfe,-Simmons,. the  well-known   Vancouver   artist.  Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ewart  and daughter Miss Pat Ewart  have had as guests Mr. Bob M!c-  Corry, and ifrbther- Austin Ewart  while on summer vacation here.  Misses Eleanor and Doreen  ShaW spent a few days in Vancouver as guests at the Gros-  venor.  Mrs. Jack Edlund has been  visiting in Vancouver, guest of  her mother, Mrs. O. Anderson.  Mrs.; Alex Anderson spent a  few days, in Vancouver visiting  her mother and wee son Wilson,  who has j list undergone a toil-  silectoihy.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Cameron have  had as holiday guests Mrs. Dab-  ben and Miss Dabben of Vancouver.  / ���-.������  ���_  x7*;-  >  . -j-  yyyyrpR. sale ;:.  WATERFRONT LOTS  -' 7 XXX  ../  Listings of ideally situated waterfront properties from  Pender Harbour to Hopkins Landing.  CALL OR WRITE  CONSOLIDATED BROKERS  Gulf Coast Offices -��� Sechelt or Gibsons, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 37 ��� Gibsons 2A  HEAD OFFICE  CONSOLIDATED BROKERS LTD.  942 W. Pender St., Vancouver, BX.  <MmMa��%  in iinir ���uriiiij-i  BRIGGS-STRATTON  iN BOARDS  Evinrude  Outboards  at  City   Pirices  Also small boats and  equipment.  GIBSONS  (MARINE SALES  Gibsons, B.C.  Your Local Complete Marine Towing Service  LOG TOWING ��� YARDING ��� SCOWS ��� DREDGING  PILE DRIVING ��� SALVAGE  Special Facilities for Quick Movement of Cats* Logging Trucks and  General Camp Equipment  PHONE US COLLECT FOR  x,     SECHELT -^- Parr Pearson Agency, TeS. 54 or 37  PEiNDER HARBOUR���Bill Donley, c/p Hassan's Store, Tel, 6 U  NANAIMO���-The  Nahdirnb Towing Co.  Ltd.  Tel., Day 555; Night: 1^7 or 305  Gl BSONS���M. P. G. McPherson, TeL 2 A or 7 A  Area Agent���-Mr. H. Spalding; JPender Hqrboujv Tel. 6C3  &3i.3_-'i-- _.  m Friday, August 20,  1948  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C._  Pqge Three  SECHEtX WEST."NEWS  INCLUDED  By "ARIES"  We have had quite a number  of people enjoying Sechelt recently from Winnipeg, staying  with the Roger Simnihigs. I am  beginning to wonder how Billie  manages it all aha* whether the  house has elastic sides. We saw  ;there Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Warms-  iley with Mrs. A. Hailr aiid Jer-  ine and Ronnie Walmsl^y. They  certainly were having a woj^dier-  ful time on the beach. Also at  the Simnings were Mr. J. Fid-  Sler of Vancouver and Mr. and  rs. C. Hill and Miss Norma Mel-  I  >.**r  Measuring High  with the  Young Crowd  Holidays or school days  ���teenagers have grown  up with EATON'S. Young  brothers and sisters are  regular customers, too,  ancl parents approve tlie  prices and the way things  like washabiKty are test-  edby EATON'S Research  Bureau. ..,   j  Right now, with an exciting new school year just  a matter of weeks away,  we n^ive all sorts ot.fiujs-  gestlons for Young  Canada. Check with the  catalogue, and you'll see  .--^T^ry time it's  ftATON'S .... The Store  for Young Canada!  *fi EATON C_L_.  EATON'S  vin all of Vancouver.  Had; a^vesDy/nice visit with Alan  Radcliffe who has been staying  with Syd Redman. We always  like to see Aalah and he tells hie  lie has been on the staff at Ath-  lone School and hopes to be going  back to U.B.C. this fall.  Glad to hear that Miss Melvin  will be coming back here to  teach. She is very popular especially with those interested in the  Guide movement. She . will be  staying with Mrs. Frank French.  Mr. Fred IJigginbothan was a  rjecent visitor to Sechelt and stayed at the Inn. He and Mrs. F.  French and Mrs. Borradaile were  very interested in the Chinchillas  owned by Mr. Brooker. They  really are fascinating little animals and Mr. Brooker certainly  knows all about them.  Mrs. Youngson had a' birthday  recently and .1 enjoyed miy portion of the cake. By the way Betty is very much better although  still in bed but she gets up for  a little while in the-sun that is  when there is any.  Mrs. ArnoldXhas had a guest  recently from San ��� Diego.- Will  be glad when Earl Grey takes  over this Sechelt West column,  awfully difficult to. get any items  from there. We have the famous  Doctor Schilder staying at the  -Sechelt Inn. His wife Madame  Rotsky was there last week and  they both like Sechelt very much.  "Pick The Kits" Host  1 By "SLIM"  -DBF  Hi folks. Past midnight, Aug.  9th, so the news will be scarce.  Been playing gin rummy and believe it or not I'm the winner,  robbing my - guests of their  money. I have Mrs. George Prit-  chett, Gladys Pritcnett anc. Judy  Newman all of &ew Westminster  staying with me for four days.  Congratulations to Mr. and  Mrs. Harvey Newell, on the arrival of their second daughter.  I see Mrs. J. Dunbar's mother  Mrs. Adams is up visiting her���  She is a grand old lady.  Mrs. O. Bergenham has her  mother Mrs. RbbinsOri of Golden  visiting her for a week or so.  It's nice to see her again.  neighbor Mr. and Mrs. W. Bert-  whistle, Jean and Melvin. They  have bought a house in Vancouver.I think Bert will still be  here with us for a while, but we  wish them the best of luck.  Sunday I had Mr. and Mrs. A.  Fort of New Westminster' up for  the day to get their daughter  Florence, who has been visiting  Barbara Ann.  Sorry to hear George Taylor  has to have another operation on  his leg and we wish him the best  of luck, and we will all be think  ing of you George.  Had our usual Saturday evening at Squamish. I don't know  what I'm going to to when winter  comes and our yacht is up high  and dry. I enjoy Saturday so  much. Took the dance in over  there, but it doesn't get started :  until 11.30  oia  Laurie Irving, production manager  of CKWX, invites listeners to "Pick  the Hits" on the musical quiz show  sponsored by Dreft from 11:30 to  11:45 a.m., Monday and Friday, on  'WX. Cash prizes and mantel model  radios are won by listeners each week.  I.  Don't Waste Precious Hours  in Slow Travel!  Fly There!  Safe Economical Seaplanes ��� Experienced Pilots  Air Express ��� Charter���-Sightseeing  Tiinbercruising *  TRY US ON THAT NEXT TRIP TO TOWN  For Rates and Information call  Associated Air Taxi Limited  RICHMOND 1551  or contact our local agents  PARR  PEARSON  AGENCY  Phone Sechelt 37       x  p. g. Mcpherson, gibsons  Phone Gibsons 2-A  Well we're losing still another      Well folks I'm off to bed and  Oil 56  PREPARATIONS are underway  to launch the famous Rotary  Barrel at noon on September 6  at Lytton, B.C., and the persoii  estimating closest to the time it  reaches Pattullo Bridge at New  Westminster wiU receive a $3,000  Chryslfer Sedan. There are $2,000  in other awards.  The average time the keg took  during its last six trips was 75  hours, 39 minutes, 32 and four-  fifths seconds.  off to Vancouver on Thursday  until Sunday, to attend the wedding of Lena, second daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Roubottom,  formally of the townsite. So  cheerio, gang and keep your  fingers crossed that we still may.  get a little summer sunshine.  FOREST FIRES  B.C. FOREST SERVICE  Department of Lands and Forests  HON. E. T. KENNEY. MINISTER  C. D. ORCHARD. DEPUTY MlNlSTF~ Page Four  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C  .Friday, August 20,  1948 <  By E. NESTMAN  ing his first furlough since 1945.  With his wife and infant son he  travelled 2,000 miles by air and  ,  , .,.. . .. train to Vancouver and Sidney,  interesting Visitors came to our where Mr. Kirk's family reside,  village with the return of "Dodie Mr. and Mrs. S. Kirk attended  Smith", now Mrs. Kirk, with her the christening of their grand-  husband and baby son. Gibsons son Robert John who was christ^  at .this time is a "Metropolis," ened at Gibsons Anglican church,  to,.these two people who have last week, by Canon Thompson,  been, in far north since 1945. For the same church where "Dodie"  10 years," manager of Hudsons herself was christened.  Bay outpost,: Jim' Kirk is .enjoy-      Mr. Kirk is Post manager for  the , Hudson Bay . Co., at Pine  River, north of Prince Albert.  Official administrator to some  230 Indians, he finds the life interesting. Nearest doctor is 350  miles away and a long thorough  training as apprentice is required  to carry on the work of the post.  Training in bookkeeping, a five  year   apprenticeship   in   the   fur  family pets, and gets along very  well with all of them.     ;  MI0 E. R. COOPER DIES  Gibsons lost: another one of its  pioneers, when Mrs.-^.R. Cooper passed away this week. She  was the widow of George. Cooper -who passed away Dec. 28, 1946.  Born Sept;; 16, 1864, at Belper  Lane;   Belper. Derbyshire,> Eng-  that in the near future the dred- /  be on hand here for )���!  dredging  out  the  bay f {<  ger   will  work  in  area where fish boats now dock.^f  (Continue^ on Page 5)  5V  ' .7-  trade, skill and experience int or-  iand.'lnl913 they c_mie tolbhity,  ANDERSON'S SHOE STORE  25% OF ALL SUMMER PLAY SHOES.  August 23 to 28  BOYS' SCHOOL BOOTS ____  $3.95 and $5.95  WOMEN'S LOAFER OXFORDS.   Leather/crepes and  ; Neolite Soles^_. ___________ $2.85 and $5.15  LOAFERS 7 $1.95  MEN'S WOOL SOCKS  VALUES YOUfLL VOTE FOR  We give special discounts  on  large meat orders to  Logging   Camps,   Hotels,  Restaurants, Fish Boats.  Strictly Fresh Vegetables  and Fruits  Village Meat Market and Delicatessen  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Gibsons 3-K  for  PLUMBING SUPPLIES  VITRIFIED ��� DRAIN TILE AND FITTINGS  AGRICULTURAL TILE AND  FITTINGS IN  STOCK  SINK with basket strainer, 18x30x8  Swing Spout Faucets (chrome)      $24.65  from $7.90  BATHS ��� BASINS ��� TOILETS  FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY  Congratulations To The Fall Fair Committee  We Just Want to Give You the Idea  WHEN you need trucking service-  head for Anderson and Edlund Ltd.  WHEN your old battery quits-  head for Anderson and Edlund Ltd.  WHEN you need a grease: job���  head for Anderson and Edlund Ltd.  WHEN your cooling system fails  head for Anderson and Edlund Ltd.  WHEN you need Motor Overhauling-���  head for Anderson and Edlund Ltd.  WHEN you need Brake Adjustment or Steering-  head for Anderson and Edlund Ltd.  WHEN you need Gas���Oil���  We represent STANDARD OIL  ANDERSON and EDLUND LTD.  Roberts Creek, B.C.  Congratulations to the Gibsons Fall Fair Committee  Marshall's Hardware  Gibsons, B.C.  der ing the needs for the post all  at one time for the whole year,  all are "musts" for far northern  posts. .  Mr. Kirk was author of an article "Harvest Home by Canoe"  which appeared in the Review  last fall.  All goods are freighted in during the winter months by tractor. The manager of an outpost  also acts for the Dominion govt.,  as entomologist, recorder of temperatures, insect control, recorder  of births, and deaths, and general govt, agent.  He is often agent for the airline and custodian for any  freight which might arrive.  "All this extra work is generally done in our off hours" said  Mr. Kirk. It, might sound tedious,  but it is really interesting. Mr.  and Mrs. Kirk and babe will rectum to their post at Pine River  at the end of this month. They Gibsons will then have four days  are at present guests at the home  a week for banking hours, and  Sask., and in 1925 moved to Gibsons, . where . they resided until  their deaths. In the 57th year of  their marriage they lost their oldest son Sam, and that same year,  lost one of their daughters.  " Surviving are one son George  Raymond of RR2 Cloverdale,  four daughters, Mrs. F. E. Lawrence, RR2 Cloverdale, . Mrs.,  Andrew Larsen; - Brooks,:.. Alta.,  Mrs. C. S. Lutes, Los Angeles,  Calif., Mrs. Ken Bowker, Unity,  Sask: Funeral was on Wednesday  at Gibsons.  .Mr. T. Taylor of Keats Island  also passed away suddenly Monday, Aug. 10.  According to news from Bank  of Montreal Manager, D. B.  Smith, they hope tp be in their  new quarters for the permanent  bank  site  by   Sept.   15th,  when  BETTER  THAN EVER  ranee  of   Mrs.   Kirk's   parents   C.   P.  Smith.  They also picked up on the  way a crow which had been hurt,  fed it and carried it with them,  it is now one of the family, and  C. P. tells me that it eats out of  the same dish as the rest of the  two days at Sechelt. Bank will  be in the Merry Era Cafe bldg.,  and the resident manager will  accommodation Will be available  be John A. Theed. Safety box  in new building.  New formula. Improved oil-white  lead avtside paint that withstands  ravages ��f winter and��� ,.^^  ffVM  summer weather. Hon-   ^^-Y5  fad*  color*.   Whiter   "^  whit*.'-' ,"  6.75  Gal.  Gibsons Electric  MADE  BY  MARINE WORK.  hoped  Glidden  VWflOWCWOOpMI  SiS  SS.  mmmmm  ���-���A*.1  mmmmm  &>:����������:�����:���:���:���_�����:���  mm  !*:���:���  m  m*.  m  sss  time   �� , cote-����l * ,.ore ��*  pe.fort"0066 c sefV��ce. ���**  ^*^ ^ffwSw.:.v:v^vM__v-a:vA:%:w.J:-:.v  m  tWm  MM&ymM$M  i��ft��:%.  :*��:  mmmm  .v.'.'.O.p.���.%���.*.*.  XX3.��>.W.E.C-r.l&^ SObp..  mm  SSx. by,-August-20, 1948  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C._  Page Fiv��  .�� ABOUT visit Gibsons Board on the 24th.  ���*.. ^.m���_____-___.______ A  luncheon has  been arranged  and a ftill program for the day.  The Sechelt Peninsula Board has  been   invited   to   attend.   More  ?he plan is to enlarge the floats,  a^ut this later!  land ^dredge   water .deeper   for      ;:  flarge boats to tie up/; ^ 7^MsONAI,S"  (Continued from Page 4)  ���':* .  P ���  Some 35 members of the Van-;     Mrs. Sowden has her daughter  jouver   'and7Xt-h"e^^^ Sweet   from  Boards bf Trade7are expected to Vancouver.  Prices Reasonable  Estimates  co  H. C. DENNY  Watchmaker and Jeweller  Skilled Workmanship and Satisfaction Given  You are invited to inspect the precision watch  cleaning machine.  50 Years Experie  Gibsons, B.C.  -O.  M8LTI-FLEX  HOMES  1  (Aft.  ��'o  ��-���*��� Li      *.*���     .  i in     ��� nr  MODEL D-3M  This model is equally  suited to country or  city suburb. Without  basement it is economical to erect and complete. Has convenient  utility room. Overall  size 36* x 24\  NHA and VLA  APPROVED  Structurally eligible  fbr NHA and VLA  : loans and pats all  local building by-laws.  .��  B.C 4'  Shipped semi-ready with exterior wall  sections complete with sash and doors  fitted, MULTI-FLEX homes are both  easier and faster to build - whether self  or contractor erected.  The many attactive MULTI-FLEX designs allow unusual spaciousness and  flexibility in floor planning as well as  a variety of exterior finishes..  These MULTI-ELEX homes are scientifically engineered as fully permanent  dwellings with or without basements.  For further information and catalogue,  contact  R. THOMPSON  Agent, Halfmoon Boy, B.C.  SASH AND DOORS  MILL WORK  CEDAR SHINGLES  FLOOR SANDER RENTAL  COME TO US WITH YOUR BUILDING PROBLEMS  i-  R. G. Fi.c  ies  Phone Gibsons, 8-J  Mr. and Mrs.Baines from. Calgary are visiting the flatter's  mother, Mrs. "Granny McEwen."  Ewen."  ���  Mrs. S. J. Morison of "The  Langholm/' has her daughter  and son-in-law, and grandson,  Mr. and Mrs. C. Tupper, San  Mateo, Calif., also her son and  daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A.  Morison, son Donald, of Vancouver and Nephew George Long of  England, visiting her. The Cali-  fornian visitors are spending  some weeks here. ���   '���  Mrs. K. Dixon has her son Pat,  his wife and small daughter and  son spending the summer with  her. They are from Princeton.  Mr. and Mrs. T. Ross of Rose-  dene have as th6ir house guest  this week, Dr. and Mrs. H. Col-  burn, . a bride and grooni from  Winnipeg. Mrs. Colburn is a sister-in-law of Mrs. H. Hopper Of  Winnipeg, the former Peggy  Ross.   They  plan   to   visit  Mrs.  SAWMILL  EQUIPMENT  "Little Giant" Portable  Sawmills with 3 sizes in carriages, "Little Giant" Ed-  gers, for 2 and 3 saw arrangement and the "Little  Giant" Improved 4 sided  ball bearing Planer complete with heads, knives,  belts and shavings exhauster.  IN STOCK AND  READY TO SHIP  We carry a complete line  of Dodge Steel Split Pulleys,  Steel Belt Lacing, Ball Bearings, Saws, and Power Units  both Gasoline and Diesel.  Truck Winches, Boomers,  Power Take-offs and Steel  Cable.  Your inquiries will receive  prompt attention.  MACHINERY  DEPOT LTD.  1029-39 Tenth Ave. West  ,        Calgary,  Alberta  J. R. Malpass of Nanaimo, who  is Mr. and Mrs. Ross' daughter,  enroute to Winnipeg.  Miss W. M. New of "Wyhke'n,"  returned from summer school in  Victoria. Left this weekend for  a short visit to Powell River to  visit the home of Mrs. D. Bailey  former resident of the Headlands.   ."'.,'  Miss Doreen Bushfield of Vancouver, and . her grandmother  Mrs. Marian Bushfield of Saskatoon, and Mr. Walter Timms o%  Abbotsford, spent the long weekend as the guests of their cous-  ines, the Bushfields of Cedar  Crest.  Mrs. B. M. Thomson has as her  house guest for a week Mrs. R.'J.  Watson of Vancouver.  Miss Joan Bickerstaff is spending her vacation with her parents here.  Miss Joan Spencer of Albert*;  is spending her summer vacation  with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. Hodkinson.  Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Shand and  sons Douglas and Billy of Vancouver, are residing at Cedar  Crest Apts. for rnonth of August.  Mrs, John Kidd and two small  daughters of Toronto, returned  home  this week after  spending  the summer with her mother-in-  law Mrs. W. R. Kidd.  Mr.  and Mrs. R.  Newman of  Lynn  Valley are  making  progress in the building of their ne^  home,  up   oh   road   above   _f?bs  Office. !���  Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Porteous  left last week for their forme-  home in Carlisle, Sask., whew  they will holiday and return ir  October.  In northern India recently aborigines fought armed police with  bows and arrows.  At Confederation (1867) a plan  failed that would have jn_}(JLe  Newfoundland part of Cana^.r  Thirty-eight percent of Chile**  people earn their living from the  soil.  ' Use The Coast News classified  to sell, rent, buy, or swap.  Buy Meat With  Confidence  H. KENNETT  BUTCHER  Gibsons, B.C.  Wanted To Buy Livestock  and Live Poultry  Parker's   Hardware  In Village Centre, Sechelt  SUMMER IS STILL HERE, BUT WINTER  ISN'T FAR BEHIND  We Are Stocking ...  COAL AND WOOD RANGES  OIL BURNING RANGES  CAMP STOVES ��� STOVE  PIPES  SHOT GUNS ��� RIFLES ��� SHELLS  FISHING TACKLE  COLEMAN LAMPS ��� ALLADIN LAMPS  TRlLlTES ��� LAMP SHADES  BREAKFAST SETS AND CHINA     '  RADIOS ��� TOYS ��� TOOLS ��� PAINT  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Whether you need  wheel alignment or  any other auto service,  you'll find SILVER  GRILLE SERVICE  STATION especially  equipped to do the  best work in the shortest possible time.  SOME GARAGES RELY ON SPECIAL  EQUIPMENT, others  RELY ON EXPERT  WORKMEN���WE RE  LY ON BOTH���YOU  v TAKE NO CHANCES  ^ WHEN YOU HAVE  YOUR AUTO WORK  DONE BY US!  e^x SILVER GRILLE SERVICE STATION  1  ���  ���  I  e  B  e"One of the Best Equipped Service Departments on the Peninsu  <e  I  !li!!___l!II_Hll!lf Page Six  THECOAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C.  Friday, August 20,  1948  Kentish Fire is the name given  to a peculiar form of applause at  . public dinners for political meetings produced by clapping the  hands in unison in a certain  rhythm.  The skunk is not the only ani- eater of Africa and .India emits.  mal    which   protects   itself   by a stench from the entire^    "*^  emitting an odor. The scaly ant- of its skin. .  By  SANDY LOAM  YOUR  PARTICULAR    plot  of Women's     Institute     Exhibition  The   wood   thrush  sings   each      earth may or may not be rep- this year, but the energetic com-  spng twice. resented   at   the   Farmers'   and mittee  have been getting ready  I   ������ for your efforts for months, spar-  j  Giep_ mw  CONTRACTORS  Phone  Mar. 3439  BULLDOZING, ROAD CONSTRUCTION, LAND  f  ?       CLEARING, EXCAVATING, ETC.  Lar^e Machines.  HD10 at Sechelt���HD14C at Gibsons  SEE ED BAMFORD  Clay Chainberlin's  GIBSONS, B. C.  Bring Ifoar ^  Boot Tanks, Worm Air Heating Furnaces Repaired  Range end Hooter Repairs v  CmCKS-N FARM EQUIPMENT  GtTTTERS AND DOWNPIPE  AIR CONDITIONING  >Shpet Metpl   Wc**ks  Laurie S^eck, (|ibsjris phone Gibsons BR  ��� ��������'  FOR SAFE, COURTEOUS  TAXI SERVICE  PHONE  PENINSULA  CABS  Formerly Jack's Taxi and  7 Blowers Taxi  Phone Sechelt SC2  Approved  onson  Light  R  DIRECTORY  Fast Service!  HOWE SOUND TRADING CO. LTD.  GIBSONS, B.C.  BEER BOTTLES  OFFICE SUPPLIES  Will call and buy for cash,  beer bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls made at intervals from  Hopkins to  Irvines Landing.  R.  H.  STROSHEIN  Wilson   Creek  Typewriter Ribbons  Staples ��� Staplers ��� Carbon  Paper ��� Files ��� Ledgers, etc:  Typewriter Papers  POWELL RIVER NEWS  TAXI  INSURANCE  PENINSULA CABS  24-Hour Service  WILSON CREEK and  SELMA PARK  Phone Sechelt 5C2  Parr Pearson Agencies  General Insurance  Phone  Sechelt 37 ���Night Ring LSL  PLUMBING-HARDWARE  REAL ESTATE  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  ing neither time, labour or money in their, keen endeavour to  make the "Fall Fair" a grand  success. '.... ���"���'.-'\  The Fair becomes so much  more than a mere' display of  peas, parsnips and pumpkins. It  shpws forth not only the' gardener's art, but delights and surprises with its ..xhibition of the  varied skills and handicrafts of  the many talented people in our  midst.  Once again Mrs. Venn Rookes  is organising a weaving display  that we predict will be outstanding, with its rare and striking  exhibits as well as convincing  demonstrations.  Mrs. Lowe, whose pottery making display of last year was so  fascinating, will have some fine  ceramic pieces to intrigue us,  and it is hoped Mr. and Mrs./Mar-.  tin Joyce, of Journeyman House,  will show samples of Gibsons  newest craftwofkers.  A distinguished panel of judges has been arranged for, and  the ladies will like to know that  the popular Mrs. Margaret Henderson, of the "Province*' will  again judge the home cooking  exhibits. Last year's fair gained  great praise from officials and  press alike, and yet more room  will be needed this year; items  like the poultry display will be  bigger and have more space and  equipment allotted.  Do get a copy of the Fair Program at the Drug Store and see  what a lot of sections there,, are  in which you could enter with  confidence. While the Fair is not  a money making event, it is noteworthy that about fifty local  firms have supported it by advertising in the program.  Another must for exhibitors is  the booklet "Exhibition Standards" which contains a lot of  valuable   help.   Mrs.   LeFeuvre^  the  hardworking  secretary,  will      supply this  useful  book  on  re- .-��� .   .        ���      . .-...- ���������.        ..,   ,,  quest without charge. * MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-i  Pri��� U*��f t^'-_SS?^J?h T* ^.^HOLSTER furniture; make  10-15 t!LETRAC with power tal  eryone, and this event, with its      slip   covers,   supply   materials      off   (gas).  $525.   18  hp   Cai  W^i^^^S^ ��S and l��- ta��6 Pri^ ^ ����� ���^ tracto^-ih   runn ng    S^diSl  Hall at Gibsons on the 20th and manship. Free estimates. Usherfs $200.00 26 ft. (R,I.) type sikffv  21st  of August  will  be  no  ex- Yard Goods Shoo   Gibson*   PP ��X   _,�����_���    ���   v��.i.;  iype &1W.\  ceDtion   Races   and  contests  for P' ulDsonsv ^ h-P- engine m running conditio  'the   youngTtlrs    and   items   to tfn ^ap $350. 4 room house (20 x $  amuse   older   folks   during   the FOR SALE- '^'t^9?^ an^pant*&-  day,  finishing up  with  the  big 1928 BUICK motor, marineY^  ED  3 Lines (15 Words) for 35c 7    3 Insertion (same ad) 60c  Extra words, aboye 15-word min., 2c each;. Cassh with orders ���  Notices, Engagements, Marriages, Deathsr etc., 75c Insertion <  LITTLE ADS ... BIG RESULTS i  this big community effort.  der Harbour.  Plumbing and Heating  J       Installation ��� Repairs  A Specialty  by Registered Plumber  Ticknor's Plumbing  Porpoise Bay Road  Sechelt, B.C.  RAD.O SERVICE  STEELE'S RADIO AND  ELECTRIC  Radio Sales and Service  Phone, Sechelt 33  Send by Bus  WOOD  TRANSFER-TR UCKEftS  FIR SLAB WOOD  Now Available  BLAIR CARTAGE  Granthams and Hopkins  Contact Usher's Dry Goods  at Gibsons-  JACK'S TRANSFER  Log Hauling Contractors  General Freight Hauling  Sand and  Gravel  Phone Sechelt 15U and 21Y^  BULLDOZER  FOR HIRE  Land Clearing  Basements Excavated  Roads Built, etc.  ALBERT DANROTH  Roberts Creek  FOR SALE���  anchorage, good land.* Apply  Donley,   Pender ' Harbbur.   7  14-!3- 2��_^*,&k& H)R SALE-1930 8-cylind^ B.  new   condition.    2%    Lawson  5  ��j=^  $250. Ed. Cluse, Wakefield Inn. 7  Park.  1  -4  lllY^tand high chair, gas '^t^J^ ^ ^  iron.  Can be seen at anytime. nt&i^SLT ���P 7    ��   n��lm\  Aldersprings   Laundry,   fl.LrN^;y Gibsons, 3. Qy     f|  BCV  ' / ':   ,"��� :     -   ������" '     7 FOR SALE-  FOUR   ROOM   cottage,   electrii  Transfer - Truckers  LUMBER AND FUEL  L  FRANK  YATES  Home Oil Agent for  Peninsula  Gravel and Freight Carrying  Service calls day or night-  Days, Wilson Creek���5S  Nights,  Roberts Greek���24L  BURNS and JACKSON  SAWMILL  Producer of Choice Lumber  In .All Species  Wood and Sawdust  Phone Sechelt 15-M-2  What's Niwr Than A  Delicious  HOME-COOKED MEAL  AWAYx FROM HOME?  Cngllsh Tea Room  Gibsons, B.C.  "Come to The Fair'1  ftugusf,20, 21  SPARRIE  all  steel .range.   6  ft t^w^S6^  long, 2 ovens. ElefetfM Si biirn-v JjS? .Z7,? 1Jg* ^ $1500. On th|  er installed. Suitable for logging ^> Selma Park. Mrs. Haywood. )  camp,   cannery- o^hoteL  ^^ FOR SALE ,  Merry Ern Cafe, Gibsons,. RCf 9 SHIP BY Gulf Lines Express tJ  FOR SALE���-      ��� : ' 7 or from Vancouver. Low rates  ONE Holstein-4Jersejr cow, "milk- fast ./e���icS ^arefig   handling  ing. Apply MrsxC; Mhdcm^ Express;    t  Kleindale, Periderm Harbour, B.a FOR  SALE-2%    H;R    Lausoij  '���'���'*   v'; outboard motor^ good cbnditioij  Applyy H.   A.   Neweomenj   Por-^  \-y-i  FOR  1934 PLYMOUTH cpach^Reasdn-  poise Bay Road^; Sechelt,  able. Apply. Jonas, Selma Park.  7 F��R ��A_LE-^  ^-IS-FOOT  FISHING ���boafe:^K^  -.      ���/       T3^-.'__-��_^.*_-:'* *"'~T__ 2-'j"'���'    '���'  V  ��� '   ' _l"   ' ~'^���;?���'���''��� ������V-'i !  \  \  FOR SALE���6    H.P.    Easthope, j^iggs inboard; c^  ^lutch, shaft propellor. Can be cockpit, for 7%-ick sale.   Cah^SI  seen   running.   $125.   0.   Sladey, seen; at \the Mill',  Porpoise Bayj  Pender Harbbur.                    v    6 Apply MfV Norton, Sechelt. Friday, August 20, 1948;  THE COAST NEWS, SECHELT, B. C  Pd_ie Seven  By ROBBIE  Mr. and Mrs. J. Massey and  daughter Evelynfrom Vancouver are spending their holidays  aj "Rosenooke" at Wilson's  Creek.-'"' '���������--'=���:���:* ->������    ���������:.'X: '���'   -.���������"  Mr. ^nd. Mrs. Herbert Gar-  grave, M.L. A., took. in the i*e-  gatta at Pender Harbour and  a brief visit to Wilson's  Creek before returning tb Vancouver.  We are glad to see that old  man flu' lost; .he battle with  Jack Whittaker��v.:Jack is feeling  pretty good again* and we're  glad  'cos  its  catchiiig���ain't  it?  Apologies to Mrs. C. Brookman  for stating in last Tvveek's issue  fchat she had gohes Tpn a fishing  trip to Pender. along  with Mr.  \  HADDOCK'S  Machine Work  General1 Repairs  Marine Engines ���  Water Cooled, Air Cooled  Gas or Diesel  PENDER HARBOUR  C. Walker of Burnaby. Of course  we meant Charlie and not Mrs.  Brookman.    .7  Cpl. Ernie Grist of the Calgary  Regt.  and Keri Williams  of the  -RCA!* were out fishing at 4.30  last Sunday morning when they  spotted two Shales cavorting  about DavieS Biy.^Thes^ mammal  were estimated |�� be approximately   2()   feet  Iphg.   Ernie   is  ��� kiip\Vh to;be a pretty smart fisherman^ and knows his stuff,  therefore, after his descriptive  account, your reporter could not  argue as to the true species of  the fish, Cpl. Grist is second  vice-president of Post 83 Canadian Legion, and was one of the  heroes ,of' the historic "Dieppe  Raid". He ajsb saw much service in the Itsdiaii/eampaign. He  returned home *tol5 Burnaby last  week-end tak/hg a fine Cohoe  with tiim.  Ken Williams made his two  tours which of course means  twenty times each tbui.,.. his total  score at the end of hostilities  was forty nine flights over enemy terHtbryx  Mr., Lawrence Dayies and Miss  Alice Davies y/ere holidaying at  their Davies estate at Davies  Bay.  Among the many visitors to  Wilson's Creek are Mr. and Mrs.  Egerton Tryoh of London, Eng.,  who are at present making their  home in Vancouver. IS/Lr. and Mrs.  Tryon   were   in  the   Art   Studio  decorating business and were  successful enough to cater to  Harrods and other large business  houses known the world over.  Their son Patrick, who during  the war years was sent to this  country for air training, served  in Calgary and was- later transferred to Abbotsford where he  obtained his wings. Returning to  England he went to the continent spending several years flying over Germany arid Italy. At  the end of hostilities he returned home and his constant praise  of the scenic beauties and  friendly people he had seen ind  met in Canada, was the chief  factor in encouraging his parents to make the trip to the Dominion.  Mrs. J. Mervin left here for a  visit with her parents in Mar-  pole, and expects to be away for  several weeks.  The secretary of our local  branch of the V.O.N., Mrs. S.  Arbo, returned from a week's  visit to the city.  Mr. and Mrs. JHitchen with  their two daughters are spending  two weeks at Wilsons. Already  Mr. H. has been very successful  with the elusive fish, that so few  find these days.  The Misses E. and Ann White-  cross were visitors to the Jones'  Camp. Incidentally Eric and  Harry Jones have entered the  City hall salmon fishing derby,  and by now, I expect, they will  be plugging away for a prize.  By KAREN STOCKWELL  Hfi_flE9i3B___________B__-VnE___________________  HELLO   Guides!  Sorry  I  didn't  get any news in last week, but  I was away and didn't have much  time.  The regular meeting of Sechelt  Guides sewing class was held  August 11 at Pearsons with five  girls present, Helen Derby, Mary  Parker, Nonie Pratt, Lorna Van  Kleek, and Karen Stockwell. Mrs.  Williams and Mrs. Pearson are  our instructors. We would like  more Guides to attend the weekly  meeting.  We have special news for you  Guides. We had a letter from  Miss Melvin telling us that we  are invited to Miss McTaggart's  Girl Guide Camp at Roberts  Creek for Labor Day week-end.  All Guides mentioned above will  he going and maybe a few more.  This will be great fun arid a wonderful experience. Also Miss Melvin mentioned that sh�� -w$i.-.$fe  coming back. We are very h_i_pj^_r  about this.  Mrs. Arnold has volunteered id  teach us First Aid soon. Will ybit  all try to come?  TRUE STORY FROM  WAKEFIELD  He came in with cdrie  and limp,  Went out like a spring  Nymph.  P.S.���We still have the  cane*   ; V-xx-'  t  "Prompt Attention to Mail Orders!"  it RESTMORE FURNITURE:   Beds, Springs, Mattresses  it GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES.  Radios,  Refrigerators and Washing Machines  ^i^NITIJRE;   Occasional Tables,  7 Cedar Chests, Lamps, Etc:  WESTVIEW, B. C..'��� Phone 230  LANG'S DRUGS  GIBSONS - Two Stores-SECHELT  Prescription Specialists  KEEP BABY HEALTHY AND HAPPY  DEXTRI MALTOSE  1 -Ib. 65c  \      5-lb. ____-___________________���___���__   $3.25  PABLUM  50c  PABENA (oatmeal enriched)  50c  FORMULA PITCHER __________________  75c  -BABY SCALES _������__���___-___-___ __.  $13.25  STORK NURSED UNIT, complete      __ _    __ - 39c  LACTOGEN _____________________________ . 98c and $2.19  NESTLE BABY HAIR TREATMENT $1.25  CASTORIA _-____-_-_.::-__,_______���______-___ 35c and 69c  JOHNSON'S BABY LOTION :���___-_____ #0c  COtTON PICKER _______x���________���- _______ 35c  BOTTLE BRUSHES _-_G___-l_________--_-___- .��� 35c  SNAP ON RUBBER PANTS _J______ - 69c  OSTOCbRftPS _---x._-_-_j---_--____.--_ $1.25 dnd $3.75  PLEASE NOTE: Lang's Drugs has inaintMned ;city prices  oii all goods since opening for business in.December, 1945.  We regret that due to the treirili^du_5Ihcrease 3i_ freight  rateir from Vancouver we Are compjelled to raise out prices  oh a few items.  Those affected the most are bulky ship-  j Mrs. Helen Gibbons left Wilsons for a few days visit to Vancouver.  Mrs. Ivy Baird and her two  sons, Tommy and Bruce, are  spending* their vacation here in  their own camp. Jack is expected  up this-weekend to spend two  weeks. Incidentally, Mrs. Baird  gave a very enjoyable rendition  of Wooler's "Father hear my  Supplication" also the simple but  beautiful solo, "I shall not pass  again this way," by Effinger, at  St. John's Church, Davis Bay.  A very enjoyable house-warming party was held at the new  residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jack  McLeod, who have purchased the  home of Mrs. Veal at Wilson's  Creek. The musical highlight of  the evening was the superb playing of Mrs. Ted Norburn who  presided at the piano. Mr. McLeod and Ted Norburn gave  several violin solos, while Mrs.  Jack Baird and H. Roberts rendered several vocal solos each.  Tom Rickard chipped in occasionally with the odd joke, and  comic song. Refreshments were  served, and a toast was given to  our new neighbours. 'Twas indeed a Very  enjoyable  evening.  Reuters, the leading Brititeh  news agency, was founded by  Baron Julius Reuter.  ments such as the following: Kleenex, Kotex, Modess,  Toilet Tissu^. Pablum, TFacelle. You will notice a slight  increase in 1jb.e prices pfTfhese :items in future and We  hope you wJJL ^der_&a^;;iij_e reason. All otMr Jregtil^r  drug m^ch|^ais�����\Wi_^V^e:-{^g^ic��Bci .'is' �����isLial from eitjjjr #rice  books altbc^^ thess^gpojjs h^s like  wise had a large in^asex x  |W?P^9f!P  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Compare Our Prices!  Del nor Frozen Foods  Ice Cream  (Brpceries  Fresh Meats and  Vegetables  Hardware  Shell Oil  Fish Gamp  We riow have increased  rflFri|er?_ti6n for iiandfirtg  ot perisihdible^.  Pender Harbour, B.C.  HASSAN'S STORE pheaTbour. b.c.  The old-established General Store for Fam*ties,  Fishermen and Camps. xS^S  FISH BUYERS ��� BAPCO PAINTS  HOME GAS STATION  QUALITY ��� SERVICE ��� VALUE  At HASSAN'S LANDING ��� Midway South Shore  DOLLY'S 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.  DOLLY'S DRESS SHOP  4156 Fraser Ave., Vancouver, B.C.  RELIABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE  BILL'S TAXI  Half Moon  Bay, B.C.  Phone Half Moon  Bay 7-U  (��� ��� ���)  Bill Mervyn  TRY  Arnolds Coffee Bar  GIBSONS, B.C.  WEEKEND.-  Phone Gibsons ��� 26 Page Eight  yy+yy  y -,_,.?..- ... ^:;.;^m^:y#^y^?*^ v: <  THE COAST**__VV$  _-    ..1 ��-*-*.* 7^^^ '  ���_X  Friday, August 20, 1948  The Union Steamships Ltd. officially opens it's completely renovated general store at Sechelt.  For customers' convenience Self-Serve is now available while orders and delivery service  will be maintained.  37c  15c  29c  SHOP THE SELF-  WAY AND SAVE  Prices Effective Aug. 24 to Sept. 4  PEANUT   BUTTER:  Squirrel,   16-oz. jar ___._ __  DELTA PEAS:  No. 3, 20-oz. tin _  GOLDEN CORN:   Stokely's  whole kernel, 20-oz. tin    KETCHUP:  G.H.B., 13-oz. bottle _������__-  SALMON:   Fancy cohoe and  red spring, Vi's  ��� ___  SANDWICH SPREAD:  Miracle Whip, 8-oz. jar _____  FANCY SPINACH:  Aylmer, 20-oz.    DICED BEETS:  Aylmer, 20-oz. tin ..���.__.   TIME FLIES  33c  29c  17c  lie  A Golden Opportunity to Purchase at Pre-Rise Levels  School Days Are  Our stock of School Supplies is complete,  and our prices are reasonable.  Hardware and  This department is: being extended iapd  restocked.  Our supplies will be large dhd vcified.  SEE US ABOUT YOUR REQUlkEMENT^A?  Visit Our  New Dry-i  Department  Special Pnqes^On  Nylon Note and  Ladies' Wear ,  Boys' Tweed Trousers  Yard-Goods .  Patent  and  Household Remedies  A full Jitft- available at  popular'prices.  Extra Special  RINSO:  Large pkg.  _.  TIDE:  Larg��% pkg. ���__���_____  Limit of one to a customer.  33c  We Carry a Complete Stock of Canned Fruits Attractively Priced  OPENING WEEK'S SPECIALS  CUBE   PINEAPPLES:   Australian, 28-oz- tin  FANCY PEACHES;  Aylmer, 28-oz. tin  KERR-MASON JARS: Large  Canning Supplies Include Kerr-Mason Jars,  ...............  ���     . ' .     ���     .     ��     ������:���������  ���     ���     ..    ���     .,    ���     .     a     ���     ���     ���     ���     ���     �� . - ���     ���  . Special, doz. $1.73  and Caps  A Complete Line of FRESH LOCAL as well as Imported  Vegetables and Fruits to meet your needs-  ORANGES:  344's  __   ���_ _    dor. 19c  ORANGE?: 288's ^   ______ doz. 25c  GRAPEFRUIT   100's   __ .    do... 53c  NEW CABBAGE: __2: _x, ____��� lb. ^c  NEW POTATOES:  No. 1 whites ���__���__��� 6 lbs. 25c  ��� ��� . ��� i.' *���  ���     .'.'.      . ���"������.-*���  Celery,  Carrots,  Cukes,   Cauliflower,  Bananas, Cocoanuts, Lemons, 7  Tomatoes, etc., at attractive prices."  Our Record of QUALITY is Well Known.  We Specialize in GRADE A BEEF.  New and Better REFRIGERATION has been installed.  We carry also a complete stock of Canned Meats,  . .'������ Shortening and Lard  OPENING SPECIALS INCLUDE:  DOMESTIC SHORTENING:   I'*X-_L^^^���.^35i  BEEF AND KIDNEY: Aiders;! 6-��i.ti^  BEEF DINNER:  Alden's, 16-oz. tin L. _____ ��� 25c  SAUSAGES IN BRINE:   Burn's, tin ��� 37c  -_-��^f  ���;. .���"* MSr_>'  tm RENNIE  AUGUST 17  7THE EDITOR and staff of the  ' Coast News extend today their  heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. J.  Rennie, wife of our former Granthams Landing correspondent in  her bereavement. We will miss  our "J. Rennie" one of our first  and most loyal correspondents���;  miss most of all Eis quiet humor  andr his gift of vivid description  as-we7 used to see it in his articles.  Jim was an ardent fisherman  and a very popular person, with  yioung and old, alike, and will be  sorely missed by his friends at  Granthams and indeed all in the  peiiinsula. We would like to think  of him out there by. the Salmon  Rock helping the "little man" he  wrote of. The one who looks after  all good fishermen. He passed  peacefully away at Shaughnessy  Hospital on August* 17 after#a  lengthy stay.  He is survived by his wife,  Mary, at Gratnhams, and by two  nephews in Glasgow, Scotland.  Jim served with the Forty Third  Battalion Cameron Highlanders  in; the: First .Great War. Funeral  Services ���, were ^heldy Thursday  from the Chapel of'Chimes, Har-  roh Bros., Vancouver. Interment  in the, Field of Hnor, Mountain  View Cemetery. A phrase he has  used in speaking of old comrades  comes to mind "with the going  down of the sun we will remember him."  T06A THIS 'N THAT  By  BROWNIE  Holly Roberge arrived back today after a month's vacation.  The women of camp were especially pleased to see her and also  Mrs. Lot, who will take over the  cooking, as they had been doing  K.P. for a week due to the sudden departure of Mr. and Mrs.  Oisen.  AUG. 2  Mary Johnston had a surprise  tea for Gladys Royal to celebrate  her birthday.  AUG. 7  May Matthias left today to  spend a week in town.  Chris Smith took a quick plane  trip to town due to illness at  home, not too serious we hope.  Georgia and Eldred Berry gave  a party to celebrate Eldred's  birthday, everyone enjoyed the  evening of dancing which included a couple of special jitterbug  our hostess and partner Dick  numbers very expertly done by  Gray.  AUG. 8  We spent part of the day fish  ing at the Clyte, numerous bites  but no fish, a nice day's outing  though.  AUG 10  Harry (Mac) McGraw left today for Salmon Bay where he  will spend the next couple of  weeks.  Well folks I have visitors arriving tomorrow so must get busy.  The true identity of the Man  in the Iron Mask, a French political prisoner at the time of Louis  XIV and hero of Alexander  Dumas' famous book, still re-.  mains   a   historical  problem.  COLLISON'S  BARBERSHOP  SECHELT  Mon.���Closed All Day  Tues.���9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Wed.���9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.  Thur.���9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p_m.  Fri.���9:30 a.m. io 9:00 p.m.  Sat.���9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  HAIRCUTS ��� SHAVES  FACIALS ��� SHAMPOOS  a  'i  "BITS OF WIT AND WISDOM"*  WHILE YOU LIVE���DRINKI  for, once dead you never shall return.  The leaves of life keep falling one by one.  (Omar Khayyam  1070-1123)  IT PAYS TO KEEP CLEAN  LLOYDS CLEANERS  Gibsons, B.C.  Agency at Bus Depot, Sechelt  "COME TO THE FAIR"  Abib, or Nisan, according to  the present day reckoning is the  seventh Jewish month during  which is celebrated the feast of  the Passover.  Selma Park  Hairdressing Shop  NOTICE  The hairdressing  shop will be  closed from  August 26 to  September x.20. .  HOLIDAYS  *  DOLLY  JONAS  Phone for Appointments;  ,.^|^^^^P^i^?^|l^^^^^^^^^^i^^S^^^^^^_^^^^^g?t^.^l?^s^^;  p  i  1  _S  ON   DISPLAY!  MIXED AND MATCHED SWEATER SETS  FLANNEL PYJAMAS AND  NIGHTGOWNS  Purchase Your BONE DRY JACKETS AND PANTS  at  Tassella Shoppe  'That Smart Shop at Sechelt"  3.  SELMA PARK STORE  "WHERE YOUR  DOLLAR BUYS MORE"  Marshall Wells Paints  DELNOR FROZEN  FOODS  Fresh Fruits and  Vegetables  We have been to d. . . . bsuy to change  or uad.  GENERAL  MOTORS  PRODUCTS  Wilson Creek Garage  Your General Motors Dealer  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  PHONE SECHELT 5S  AGGETT  INSURES EVERYTHING  (Including Life)  1 -  Aggett Insurance Agencies  Wilson Creek, B.C.  >*��"#���  Cement Work  Septic Tanks, Sidewalks, Steps,  Floors and Concrete Chimneys  "WORKMANSHIP  GUARANTEED  J. SINNOTT  FREE ESTIMATES  Sechelt,  B.C. SELMA PARK  By H. 1. L.  Three Vancouver friends came  up on August 4th to convey in  person birthday greetings to Mrs.  S. McKay. They Twere Mrs. H.  Hicks, Mrs. R. Taylor and Mrs.  J. Hanoi. A very pleasant day  was spent and they returned via  tlie Gulf Wing.      x  Mrs. R. Emerson of Duncan,  sister of Bill. Schott and Laura  Schott of Mesachie Lake, B.C., a  niece, have feeeri the -guests of  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schott  Master Bernard Heskin, our  "faithful Daily Province carrier,  is spending a week at Setdn Lake.  Miss Jean Harte, the capable  young lady that helped in Willows store during July has left  to return to her home in England, having been in Canada the  last four months.  Sorry to report that XMrs. J.  So^Verby suffered a Very painful accident recently, when she  caught her hand in the washing  machine wringer. We all hope it  will soon be healed.  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.  Creamer have been Mrs. R. Mc-  Clehnan arid small daughter.  BOWEN ISLAND  By PEARL PUNNET!  Mrs. B. Waters has returned  home after being in Victoria for  the past six weeks attending summer school.  The Bowen softball team, were  to Port Mellon on "the- 4th of  August���it was a good game.  Final score was 7-6 for Bowen.  Bill McClement of the Higgins  Logging Co. was rushed to Vancouver General Hospital last  week for an emergency appendix  operation. He is now making  good progress. -        ^  Some of the larger picnics} up  here last week were Pacific Mills,  Canadian Forest Products and  Woodwards.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Foster are  spending two weeks vacation  here.7  Miss -Doreen Bellaby was the  weekend guest oj_ her grandmother, Mrs. Peter Wood.  The Ladies' Aid \ of the Bowen:  United Church had their meeting on the 4th and plans are going ahead for tea and sale of  home cooking to be held on Aug.  20.  Miss Ann Millar has had her     Mrs. Eric Harding and her three  two   sisters   and   br6ther-in-law f���^ sons have gone to Abbots-  visiting her from Vancouver, Mr. tovd to vlslt hermother for a few,  and Mrs. W. Cast and XMr. and weeks.  Mrs.Don: C^rie.7 v Mr. and Mrs. Stew^t Jenkins  Mrs. and; Miss Duval have mov-  and their son, Mr. JStan Jenkins  were Visiting with . Mr; and Mrs.  ed in the residence latelyoccupied James Coliins.  by Mr. and Mrs. A. Peters and  owned by Mrs. A. Byers. Mrs. v. Graham and Miss Nar-  *"^'^w-^'-*** M5& Ai^%kv^^^?.m ���retgp^pt Mrs. ^  I hear Mr. am  and Daniel will be leaving us  shortly. Sorry to lose these nice  people.  Fred Billington last ^eek.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Robertson and  Mr.   and   Mrs.   W.   Ferguson   of  rnu^^ n* __,���   T>_.���r_.-. r��__ww_ie^r_  Vancouver are vacationing here.  Three of our Power Commision ladies are the sisters of Mrs.  rnerr are extra busy these dgrs t ^^ and daughters of Mrs.  building ne^v^ homes, two at Sel- p Q.iri:.nTit  ma,  namely  Mr.   Bert   Sim and ���"��� &tu-geon'  Mr.   W.   Waddell,   While   Mr.  R. . .     -  Cooke is beautifying a corner of  arrangements  will be made for  Porpoise   Bay   with   a   modern  our sports day of August 23. Your  bungalow. Guess they all got bit-  attendance is urged.  '   ten by the same bug. "Everyone" don't miss the an  nual sports day and evening en-  Don't forget to attend the reg-   tertainment to be held August 23  ular meeting of the Selma Park  at 1 p.m. till 10 p.m. Events and  y Community Centre, August 16th   prizes for young and old. Every-  at 8 p.m. in Willows Store. Final   one welcome, ho admission fee.


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