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Array Provincial Library,
Victoria, B. C.
Phone your news or
orders to
Sixth Year of Publication      Thursday July ,17 1952 Vol. 6-29     Published in GIBSONS, B.C:     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula
New Coffee Shop and Auto Court
mg
for
the
agree
Photos by Coast News
One of the finest, most 'convenient-motor courts you could
find anywhere is located near Gibsons on the Sechelt highway just half a mile from town. The newcourt has ten? units
with fishing and boating;nearby — and snaek bar, grocery
store//a»d g;a!> stationrri^i^. next door. ?N*;xtyear•'iaivswim-,
^miaig/p^l-'^^^ / /? .,?/■' y'XZ
■ Top??pho1^
uow nearihg ebmpletionv Th^ the
Ridg€>way Coffe© Bar which jadjoiriis-the new auto court and
servies the hilltop arela with groceries and fountain service.
Pender Plans
Carnival   spirit  will    dominate Pender Harbour Regatta^
this year. Date has been fixed
for   Saturday, Augus^   16,. at
Madeira Park. ;'■'
In tune with rapid "discovery" of sun-splafehed inland
waterway tas sport and plea-v
sure resort a ^smashing pro-:
gramme "of events is nearing
completion. /_•.../?.?
.-.;.? Fifty-seven  Varieties  of
thrill-packed Isports —  swim--
.?. ming, and diving, boating and
log-rolling, bucking ^4 -'c^op-;
-■'^p^gico^n^ row-.
hoat race|5v with 'dingy-tilting-
tournament  adding   touch   of
novelty,  will  assure pleasure-
laden day for big crowds expected..
Among highlights of the Big
Day will be special programme
of fun-making items ,' interspersed between s piio r tin g
events. .-•■'• ■
Colorful feat lire will' be the [
grand    parade    of    decorated
bo^tisv with  trophies  awarded -
for best decorated; most novel
?and?;?vmo)ii'!fc:f''''coi]aiica'l":. entries. ?
^'•Niejj^hh^ingi'Peliin^la'; resorts -
■ ar^^cjpr^iaJLl^??• inviteiT to? com-...
/pete: %i'//pi^ other
/eveints."v;   :y::■ Z':// -Z*:
;   Associated   Air/taxi   jplaneS;
.will be?on ha        during? the^
day  with  sight-seeing flights .
^offering   bird's-eye    view    of
coastal paradisa below.
.-;';"■ Fitting wind-up to thei da^y's
- events) will be Regatta, -Dancfy
X held in Gommu^ity^Bill. ■ Spe>-
cial added; attraction here will
be    Evelyn   ?Wa*d %•/? popular" ?
Floor Show.
Yachtsman Fined
For Carrying Gun
Walter Kassner of Seattle
was heading up thei Skookumchuck oai' holiday bent when
he was stopped by the police.
He was carrying firearms on
his yacht without having a
firearm'.*, licence. Thei incident
cost?" him $50 and costs.
Erne st Silvey .of* Egmont
was fine|d $25 and costs for
'not having proper fire-fight-
img equipment in his logging
operation when he was charged >   and had to be* cut away to re-
uhder the Forest Act. lease one of the two bodies.   ?
Mrs. Nestifi Is
New Commissioner
Mils, E. • Nesti&|p, Coast
News correspondent aind Gibsons businesswoman, has aigain
found ai slefat' on vthe village}
•/council after having lost out
in' last year's election. Mrs.
Nestman regained her seat by
acclamation when two new
commissioners wtetre required
to fill the vacafhciels, created by
the resignation of Commissioners R. Macnicol and W.
Skellett.
Mrs. Nestmah was formerly
eh airman of thei commission,
aind goes into her i)post with a
thorough knowledge of Gibsons and of municipal affairs.
According to Clerk Robert
Burns, the council will appoint a commissioner to fill
thei other vacancy; there hav-
be-en only one; nomination
the two vacancies Should
commissioner^ . f a' i 1 to
on a fifth member, the
department of municipalities
will b/e.t calkd in; to mediate.
Aircraft Crash
Kills Visitors
Near Pender
What started out to be a
happy fishing holiday on the
Sechelt Peninsula) turned
twiftly to a.tragedy last Satur-
,/day/Z afternoon w?beu a light
^Cessnav" plaaie"* -earH&d•'" two
Am-eiricans to their death in
Saginaw Lake near Pender
Harbour.    . ) ■  '  •
Raymond Goble and \Elmer
Trenbeath, both of Seattlje, had
left their wivete and families in
the/Lodge at Saginaw Lake-
and had taken off on calm
Saginaw Lake to head for fish
in Ruby Lake. They were air-
bornei, about 400 feet above; the
lodge, and banking to turn
when they were evidently hit
by a current of wind which
put the light plane out of control. They crashed amon g
reieds and logs 'sat the end of
the lake.
The plane was a total wreck *
ooses
airmen
Why Not Name It
Gorham Avenue?
Executive of the Sechelt Board of Trade has named Mickey
€oe chairman of the) Park committee! of the Board. His job will
be to head up the committee which'will begin immediate ini-'
provements on Haekett Park. Clearing will begin immediately
to improve the tract of land donated for park purposes by Union
Estates Limited. .,-'■.
"Mickey has done.', a grand
job in the pa('t as chairman
cf. the May D'ay committee,"
President Ernie Pearson told
the Coast News, "and because
of the success that has crowned his efforts on the May Day
committee, we have alskcd him
to take on this big job this
year." '       *»       .
Maim emphasis of. tha Board,
will be placed on the Ha'ckett
Park development and it. is
anticipated that a- special
Labor Day program will be
drawn up to raifie funds for
the Board of Trader project.
Another important project
of the board will be the study
of village incorporation and
the chairman of this committee will be Jim Parkeir who
recently replaced Ben Lang as
a member, of the Council.
Other committee chairmen
are Mrs. C. Forst who will
head the social committee;
Mrs. I. Col well who will handle publicity; O. Moscrip, civic
affairs; Dave Walker, trade
and industry; C. Limn,, mem-
benrtship" and   finance,   and W.
Up from California, B. A.
Gorham, a* brother in law of
Mrs. W. S. Clendinning and'
E. G. Sergant, didn't like, to
have to move his car off a
narrow road in Gibsons each
time a car wanted to pass.
Taking matters into his own
hands, he hired Charlie Klein's
bulldozer and widened the
road so that he could park
and other cars could pass.
So excellent is the; job he
has done that, sightseers are
now being taken that way to
show off the fact that the village has at least one piece of
good road.
Residents want it called
Gorham Avenue.
Firemen Put Out
Beach  Blaze
A Beach fire which got out
of control yesterday afternoon
and. burned drift log:* and de-
brii? on the beach at Hopkins
was put-oulv. 4>y^th^
Fire Brigade before any  seri- .The   recent '■executive' meet-
pus loss occurred; ing moved   to  obtain  services
Thei firemen   are   really  on of a part-time-dentist for Se«
the; job.
chelt district.
Ridge way Auto Court
Offers Tourist Plenty
Tourists will find in the, new Ridgeway Auto Court one. of
the finest motels in the province, if not in the world. The ten
units 'are modern in every respect with electric cooking and the
most up-to-date furniture obtainable*.
  Mamager Harry Crane knows
Mitchell Heads
Gambier Veterans
NEW
(**■ ♦'V ♦**'*■ ^
CLASSY
\"-W *7 '&&#'*?*; * ,Tf *
- Joe Mitchell of East Bay
has been named president ;?of<
J the-Gambier AN and?\AF Ve,t-
•e rains. Formerly vice-president, hle| was named ''■•president
to succee(d Francis Drage who
was aceidently killed a! few
weeks ago.
what he's taking about when
he mentions the up-to-date
furniture;; he was in the furniture manufacturing business
himhelf and he's even dreamt
furniture.
•; v These1 hew motor courts will
be Opera for the summer trade
by the end of the month. They
will be available!' for year-
round accommodation.
Adjoining th^i motel  is  the
.riefw Ridgeway Coffee Bat* and
*   Tied    Winiegairden    has    be-?    Grocery which  is  already  do-
come  first  vice-president  and    ing a lively  business up that
Dave Adam-son is now second
vice-president.
A gieineral' meeting tonight
will ratify thefse appointments
made by the executive council?
It   is   [expected   that   Jack'
Ellis,   president   of   the   B.C.
Command of the AN and AF;
Veterans,?;. will , att'end .-th e
•m-ee'tihg»:'-:-tohight^../as?.?/wbir:.:as?
way.
The new court and coffee.
shop are located oppo-site thei
high school on the Sechelt
Highway, half a mile from
Gibsons Post Office:.
The two new business^ — a
sort   of   cooperative  effort —
give    the    visitor    about   the
. finest  Mid  handiest.. facilities
Henry.  Warburtohi,  provincial    you'd find   anywliere.  Where
; r y Photo by Coast News
The new bus, put on the run by Sechelt Motor Transport
two weeks ago, is the most modern bus in Wef^tem Canada!.
So says Cec Lawrence, boss of the bus line which serves the
^Peninsula.:
Thieire is only   one\ other  bus  in Western   Canadai as
modern .as the new Sechelt bus,/but it is, not as large' as the
-big 39-seater here. Ontei speeiial Ifeajtunei of the bus are the
pjibtUre^ windows, v-, ' «
-. The bus is built especia?lly-for luxury 'airport travel.
? So, we've got -thefbest.
secretaiy, and Percy Sanford,
Dominion first vicerpresidentV
'The) officials will initiate eight
new members while vi'siting on
the. island.
else could one find a/ modern'
auto court with a store next
door where one can stock up
on groceries'; or a eoffde shop
next door where on caai drop
in for a milkshake or a soda;
or a gas pump right next door.
The Ridgeway Auto Court
and Coffee Bar will prove  a
CALIFORNIA VISITOR
/    Mils*   Ceieil   Wolfe-Jones   of
Tulare, California, is spending
a holiday   with  her   parents, boon to thei Peninsula1, amd wei
Mr? and  Mrs.  S. T. Frotst'at join in wishing Harry Crane,
Hope Cottage, Gibsons. She is the motel manager, and Charlie
accompanied by her daughter Kirk of the  coffee shop, the
Prisciila   (Midgie). best of luck. i-2  The Coast News Thursday July 17 1952  rOTi  y-  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association.  (Established 1945)  j&Otborized as second class mail,  Post  Office Department,   Ottawa.  SAM NUTTER, Production Manager  LES RIMES, Editorial Manager  Published Every Thursday.  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75e.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45  S��s 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  C^dltonald  Welcome Campers  Whan- bouquets are handed out to those who are helping to  feuild up aind publicize., our Sunshine Coast, the summer camper  should not be the. last nor the least.  We who make the Peninsula our year-round home, can only  land itsbjeiauty in spasmodic lettertei to friends, or in our infre-  *nient visits to town   The {summer camper, however, lives a carefree life for a> short  wM!&, then, with happy thoughts brimful in his memory, can return to his home town- and talk about it. Talk about the fish that  got away; the sunburn while dozing on the beach; the hike down  the shaded path; the campfire with burnished marl-hmallows!  THey are the! ambassadors of goodwill that talk behind our  '.backs'- and tell about our billion dollar assets.  We include among the campers all the young people who are-  enrolled in the many campfe we? have in our midst: Guide camp at  Wilson Creek, Scout Camp at Roberts,Wonderland Camp for  Grirls, Stratford Camp for youngsters, Salvation- Army Camp at  Mopkifnjs, Y Camp at Williamsons - and thei others.  It is not building castjieis in the air to assume that some of the  youngsters at Camp Byng, for example, will become so enthusiastic over our Sunshine Coast that they will return, as adults.  to build homes here, open busintessieis here, and help make our  district prosper. i  And, because ?of that potential, we who are the year-round  residents should do our be^/t'tp see that they are made most welcome during their stay with us.  The Best le Knew  :&  TONY SAYS THANKS  Editor, The News,  Sir: ���"'.,';.. -"��� ,  I would, like to thank all thej  CCF workers and voters on the  Sechelt Peninsula who have  given }5io much of their time  and money to makg this victory possible). Without those  sacrifices, the CCF could ;nev&r  have placed its message oeiore  the hundreds of voters who  live) along the rugged coast of  MacKenzie. .  "On'e of my first tasks will  be to work towards a settlement of the lumber fritrike and  get the operators and Union  together. The operators have  repeatedly refused to meet  with -the Uiiion but I will do  what I caai? to bridge the gap  and get the vtwo parties together. /-  "The campaign|waB an exhausting oiie but staying in  people s homiei? as 1 have during  the campaign, working with insufficient funds, depending on  sacrifice .rathjeir tha/ri cash, I  realised hOW; much faith had  been placed in the CCF party  and how- great was our responsibility.  "On the provincial scene it  appears the .CCF will emerge  ias the largejt single party with  a bigger representation in Victoria that it nas ever bad. The  CCF will be able to combine  20 years , of legislative experience with a? genuine, knowledge  of people ^problem!?.  ' * The    proclamation   of   thei  alternative   ballot    by    tlie  Liberal   government   is  surely .  the most immoral aciiuiparlia^ ;  mentaryhistory.   Many   CCF  votes   werei merely   a.  protest  against this ac^^  of the/merits; vpr :(fe^neritso�� the  /.afltCTnat/i^^  WwaSv^i  PRIZES: AT .THE^AIIt w  Editor, The Coast News,  Sir; ��� .  In past repent years and  particularly this yeaJr the mem-  beirs of the fair committee have  endeavored to increase the  prize list. We realize that the  point system is not altogether  satisfactory aud much as we  would like to get away from  that method, we catanot for the  simple reason that not enough  cash or goods are available.  For thei information of all  exhibitors we would point out  that in calculating the total for  vaHouis. prizes, first prize equals  thrice points, second prize two  points and third prize, one.  Two hundred dollars has been  reserved for prizes this year  aud in the adult sections the  allocations are: specials/ $3.50 ^  }st>?prize,?$3; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd  $2.00 aind 4th;; $1.75. Junior  section prizes will bie; increased  a little ovier la!st year "and the  amount passejd for the school  section is $50.00.  On an average, it has taken  close to $600 to rum the; fair  with  a   1 ower  estimate? for  prizes. If \ve could pay according to each prke card, and do  away  with  the''point system,  we   would  require   fully .tha$  amount for prizes alone.       v  It will he* a; happy' day for  any commi|.tee of future fairs  when it can set out with clofse  to $1,000 for prizes. This is not  at all impossible, but requires  support   of  everyone^   both   in  entries .amd In attendance.  Yours truly,  Howe Sound Fair Committee  Vancouver Monkeys  Star in Movies  ���One of the features of the  Canadian  Movietone. News  in  ife; McColl of Sech^ ^Transfer ',' shW-  in.fi these* /pa#ts, aiid he/ as ��� much as anybody/^s keenly ii|- ^iCTf^^ of theVoo keeper i  m  j^rbtmfi  \tereeted in seteing that the Gibsons firemen get their, resuscitator.    .to the' ? old-limte fee-enterp^ifee  In a chat with thei CoaH News last week he said that, in.his    partie^.Thfe Liberals and Con  ���opinion, a resuscitator would motTiave helped to avert either  ���tragedy of last week. But, he did.say this- and with emphasis:  ^sSimilar accidents do leaypi doubts in our minds as? to whether  or not a resuscitator would have helped.  ."'When G.ibsonfr gets its refewscita.tor, thei people will know   .less?t?&ere is unanimous agmse-  that they have the; very best known mejans of resuscitation, and    ment between  parties,  that if the equipment is used they are using the best means known  to modtern science to bring back breathing.''  All of which will make for greater peace of mind. And that.  in itself, is worth a good deal.  We will know then that we have done our utmost.  servativies/have  been  'hoisted  by theiir own petard'.  ;  ''No    new    voting    method  should ever be introduced Tin-  Consider The Others  The tourist enthusiasts, the boards of trade, the businessmen  -want to sete; an influx of campers atad permanent residents, and"  jobs, here on the Peninsula. Strangely enough, that is is not the  desire of everyomje.  A good many oldsters around he^e came to settle, on the  ..Sunshine Coalst to avoid high taxes, the mad rush of progress, and  ;the bustle of people. They want the places to remain somnolent  ^settlements with an occasional whist drive.  And, of course, the two factions will never see eye to eye.  .  While the growth of th^\ Peindnsula has not yet accelerated  into a mad rush, it may be a good time to sit down together and  find out what wte> want for the future.  Good Fixers Here  On Peninsula  Repair services and the like;  -are as good around these parts  as you'll find anywhere. We  fcxiggielst you make a point this  Week of looking over thiei Coast  News Business and Professional  Directory, you'll find we have  practically    everything    right  here on, thei Pjejnlinsula.  And, by the way, it you need  tickets or letterheads; drop in  to the Coast News. We have  a first-rate/ job printing department.  And, also by the Way,/we  hope you will patronize the  merchants who advertise in the  Coast News. .They are boosters  of your community. '  "All three of my opponents  conducted .> themselves during  the campaign, hi the beljtt:-traditions of .parliamentary d'etm-  ocracy. After all, if we ciannot  pr.eserviei those traditions, wiej  lolse our undquiei form of democracy. Those >traditions are  our .' constitution'..  ... "A.worf?of mention should  go to Mr. .Stewart Johnson,  the returningV officer for a  conscientious and efficient job  under   difficult  conditions.  "Georgie'fE. Smith, my campaign mainiager, .-Bob Burng of  Gibsons, and Bob Cormack of  Half moon < Bay, assisting cam- ���  pa'ign manager all did a fine1  job. They- worked long aind  : |iould>erea\ great responsibilities, all this without any financial remuneration. , . s  ��� Tony Gargrave  __^ .            ���&  A fairly complete list ��� of  canned' foods,- available in  ��� Canada, would include move  than 350?aproducts, according  to the American. Can Company,  manufacturers of metal containers.   Zx  in Stanley Park, Vancouver  as they move the monkeys from *  winter quarters to their summer homes. Other news flashes  show the) eruption of ^a volcano  in. Hawaii, U.S. diving stars,  chariot racing, and ai reforma"  tory riot in Ontario.  IT COULD BE VERSE      .  An Arab stood on a weighing  machine,  In the Light of the dwindling  ,day;.///.;'? ;;���/..:'/.  ;/:;;:/^;-/-  A counterfeit "coin  he putvin?  ,. ��� the (slot, /    t 'Z \ /������;��� J_ -?:?  And. silently stole a rweigh.; ;  US  TMC OQOMIlt WITH  AHMSMUIY  5EUCTI0M5 TO CHOOSE FROM  BLUE DANUBE IRISH LULLA9Y    '  BELLS OF ST MARYS', .EMPEROR WALTZ  MERRY WIOSW " WILD IRISH ROSE  TALES OF VIENNA WOODS .. BRAHMS LI^ABY  5TAR DUST -   TALES OF HOFFMAN  BALLERINA ANNIVERSARY SONG  WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING     I LOVE YOU TRULY  LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART  Comp/et* /br On'!</,��&  VPPOBTUNBS"  4170 BLENHEIM ST. VANCOUVER, B.C.  r  i  -."���.��� IF YOtf WANT  BULLDOfiNG  LOTS CLEABED/ Etc. /  " '������������'  ���.. See us i���  BUDGET   TERMS  AVAILABLE  Anderson's Motors  Roberts Creek Phonie 21-R-A  NOTICE  My office will be closed, for vacation,  from July 21 fo August 11.  JDr. Hi C. Anderson  [    v     NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIAN f  Gibsons B.C. ''''"  The Lions Gate Bridge is the  largest suspension bridge: in  the British Commonwealth.  / McFADDEN  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a;m. to 5:00 pjoa;  Evenirigs hy Apppmtment  Every day except Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootical Service?  t   ��� ,  Canada's Army  Second to None  ?Eor information on the  CANADIAN ARMY  as a career,' apply  to your local branch  of th��  CANADIAN LEGION  S.��.S.Li.  '.    or mail this form  It Personnel Depot  4201 West 3rd Ave.,  VANCOUVER, 8, B.C.  Please send information on  pervice with the CANADIAN ARMY ACTIVE  FORCE  Name   Address ���..-,'  \U'w  (Please print)   '  Next time  buy  BURNETT'S  .bisttil.edin'.'Canidaiind'distn.but^tl by Tlie Hbui?e S'Sea'pamj  This advertisement is nof published or  displayed by the Liquor Control  Board ^ or .by/the Government of  British Columbia. btsb Gower  By GYPSY TOWERS  Tragedy struck our little  haven wheni"- ?Mr. A.B.B. Hill  succumbed to ia heart attack  while bathing with ?M?rs. Hill  and, their two granddaughters  Beamy and Jackie Bartlett.  OurheartftSlt sympaithy goes  out to Mrs. Hill who lost  such a kindly and devoted  husband. Her daughter. Fraley  Bartlett, hastened ftrom Victoria as did son-in-laiw. Jack,  who was enroute .from Kitimat. Mrs. George Simmons flew  down- from Carerossj Y.T. to  be with 4her mother and to attend the funeral. Mr. Hill's  passing is a sad blow to our  happy community where, his  smiling faciei and cheerful manner was am inspiration to all  who kmelvv him.  Despite the air of gloom  which pervades the point, the  Bay is abounding with activity.  Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilson  and their two sbnts, Douglas  and Ian, have arrived at Du-  porth afteir aJ ten day motor  trip to Washington, Oregon  and California. While in Oregon  they went on a deep sea. fishing  cruise out of Bepoe Bay, the  dAy/-was-rough :and' instead of  catching fish: they ���$&& them.  Mr. and Mrs. Bow returning  grandson Bobby to North Vancouver and bringing young  "Henry Bow back for a, week's  holiday at Stronlochie. Giving  unstintingly of their help and  comfort to their old friend and  neighbor, Mrs Hill in her time,  of sorrow.  Mrs. Robert Cowan, young  Scott and baby brother visiting Grandma Townsend before  leaving for Ocean Fails where  Mr. Cowan ha!& received aji  interesting   appointment.   Mrs.  Thursday July 17 1952      The Coast News  3  Constance, mother of the cele-  brated concert piathist^ Barbara  Constance, is holidaying at  Bedequie.  All cotta'gejs occupied and  many new fry and their dogs  disporting themselves on the  sands. Mrs. Goard and. family  enseone<e{d on the Sinclair  estate. Ginefets at the Gunning  cottage. The William Gray's  son and his family enjoying the  beauties and comforts of th*  Gray cottage.  Missing is Mrs. Bill Dawson  who has betein confined to her  he^d >w#tb   stomach   fiIu:-hope  her indomitable spirit will scam-5  have, her up and around agaia.  The W.A. Garden Party i��  shaping up at Mrs. Harry  Chaster's. Everyontei crossis&g  their fingers for a fine day-  hope to see you at the candy  stall.  ��� i. ������. -��� ���. *��  IT COULD BE VERSE  A man who has two wives,  of course,  Is always called a bigamist,  But when he has some ihr^s  or four,  We guess he is a pigamist.  /ft "  A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE  SMUJM'.W.1.  CHEVROLET  MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLET TRUCKS  THAN ANY OTHER MAKE  Stack up what you get for what yon pay... and join the  nation's largest groap of buck buyers by choosing Chevrolet  Maybe, you didn't know that by far the biggest  number of truck users in Canada today are buying Chevrolet Trucks.  They are . . . and for good hard-headed  reasons. Because what they're after in a truck can  be set down about like this:  1) It's got to be low in cost. No use paying a  lot of extra money for a truck that the truck will  have to earn back. Chevrolet trucks give you  more for your money.  2) Upkeep and operating costs must be low.  A truck is money-making equipment. It can't  be a money-waster. Chevrolet trucks work for  rock-bottom "wages" on fuel and maintenance.  3) How well the truck does the job is all-  important. "It's got to have the capacity, power  and rugged construction to get work done���efficiently and economically. Chevrolet trucks are*.  engineered and built for your loads.  4) The truck must be rugged, long lasting*.  That's an important part of over-all ecpnomy.-  Chevrolet trucks traditionally bring more at'  trade-in; for wft&tbey'^ other truck..  If these considerations make sense to ypus,  take a good long look at facts 1,2, 3 and 4 below*.  Then come in and let's see how a, Chevrolet truck,  can save you money in your business.  OW THE ROAD WITH THE  GREATEST PAYLOAQ  Wore truck for your money  Stack up a Chevrolet truck  against any other truck,  capable of handling the  same payloads, and you'll  see that Chevrolet gives  you far more for your  money. Chevrolet^ for all  its low price,. brings you  ruggedness,v stamina, and  exclusive truck features  you won't find in many  trucks costing a lot more.  h  Rock-bottom operating costs  #Many ^thousands of truck  users have proved to their  own satisfaction that Chevrolet costs the least of all  to own and maintain.  Valve-iri-Head economy, in  the four great Chevrolet  engines, saves on gas.  Chevrolet's special 4-way  engine lubrication system  reduces friction and wear,  keeps oil costs low.      '  Engineered and built  for your loads  Chevrolet trucks are engineered to your payioad  requirements. \?bu don't  waste money by buying  "too much truck" ��� you  don't risk work interruption or slow-downs by;  buying "too little truck."  Frame, axles, springs, body,  brakes, and power are part  of a well-balanced team.  Lower, slower depreciation  Records show that Chevrolet trucks traditionally  bring more money a* resale or trade-in than any?  other make. Chevrolet's^  market value stays up be--  cause' the value stays in?_  Here is further evidences  that Chevrolet is the beste-  truck buy.  CT^52B  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd. Wilson Creek, B.C. So good  So delicious  So nutritious  This   weekend   try  Village Bakery  meat  pies   for  your  supper  For everything in baking  try the  The Coast News      Thursday July 17 1952  Village Bale  Village Centre -  ery  Sechelt  Church Services  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons: �����  9.45 a'.m. Sunday  School   o  11.00 a.m. Public  Worship  Roberts Creek:  2.00 p.m. Public Worship  Selma Park:  3.30 p.m. Public Worship  Port Mellon:  7.30 Friday Evenings t  An invitation is extende'd to  all who have no other church  home.  St. VINCENT'S MISSIONS  July 20, 1952  St. Mary ��� Gribsons ��� 11 a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  9 a.m.  July 27, 1927  i  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 9 a.m.  "Holy Family '��� Sechelt v  11 a.m.  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  9:45 a.m. Sunday School  1-1:00 a.m. Devotional  7 :30 p.m. Evangelistic  f      Prayer and Bible Study  Wednesday 8 p.m.  Young Peoples', Friday 8 p.m  This and That,  Mrs. E. NESTMAN  Was it indifference or apathy on the part of local voters  that    passed    up    nominating  two   commissioners   for   seiafc*  vacated   by.the   council   this  past week? Or, is it the. state'i  of affairs   that   kept   citizens  out of the; picture? Something  is definitely wrong when citi-  zeins    approached   refused    to  have anything to do with the  election of two commissioners'.  1 am  again on  the council.  What I can do under the circumstance's    is    problematical.  Anyway, I am in. It is up to  ' the Council   to see what   the  tlie next step is.  What  evea*  happens   on the*  council   is   our   responsibility  and there is no use screaming  at   any   decisions   or   actions  taken  by conimissiofiiiettl;) when  by your own indifference you  have   shown by your   silence  that you don't ca.re. There is  much work to bie dome, and it  is the duty of every citizen of  'the place to see that it is done.  If you   ar>e not   interested in  who  is in  there  or who  does  the work, how do you expect  them to carry on?  For the past niorn.th therei  has been no caretaker or  water maintenance man. Are  you aware of this staifce of  affairs?  If you iare inot satisfied with  the work of thet commissioners  then it is up to yo,u to demand  their resignation. By your  silence you approve. It has  reached the1 stage wbeire the  position, instead of being an  honorable one, has become obnoxious to many peoplei. They  relfuse to be embroiled in petty  controversies and stand om one  side criticizing, yieit refusing  to take their part in the expansion* am d workvnf^the vil-  lage;.  Where are. the.' public spir-s  .ifieid ones'who. did the work in  the old day|?��, worked hard,  long hours, even went out with  pick and shovel, .not-afraid to  do work, receiving nothing for  it, but'"had 'the interest and  welfare of the village) at heart?  Every   ia.cre of   forest i!si an  acre  of  wages.  Around  Miirdock's  .. By Mrs. R.D. Murdoch ..  FiVjej of us 'Gals' enjoyed  the always-kind hospitality of  Captain and Mrs. Kent on  Mondja.y laist. It was an enjoyable day's outing, boating to.  Madeira Park, and then walking over to ?Bargain Harbour.  Wei would like to welcome any-  onfe; from there, to our little  cornier of the ?Harbour, so how  about a. visit over this way this  summer.?  We reluctantly, said goodbye  to Stella (Mrs. John D. Evans)  and littlle.i 4 year old Katharine  Anme��� who have spent the  past six we:eks at the-home of*  Stella 'jsi pareinfts, Mr. and Mxs. .  B.H, Warden. On Monday they  ltiave Vancouver for their hoine.  at Fredricton, N. B.  Matt Dillabough is enjoying  a visit from his brother Norman  Dillabough. v,, .  Mrs. Donald Ross einiterta.ined._-.  for the annual "Hot Dog"  beach party. The (weatherman  wasn't kind enough however,  and the "Dogs" had to be  eaten indoors. That did not  diminish any appeitites though.  Mrs. Ross again entertains  friends from Vancouver next  we/efc. Mr. amid Mrs. J. Main  and their two children. Their  home is at Brighou$e, Lulu  Island.  Several youngsters from this  Point have-.started swimming  lessons, along with dozens of  other yougisters in Pender  Harbour at Garden Bay. Good  work Murial Hodson, for undertaking such a worthwhile! task  for the summer.  New Water Main  For Granthams  A new. iha'in �� or-'.? water will  hi& y laid^fOnP^eidiv-Rbad^oi-^?  improved water services in  Granthams Landing, .siccording  to William :Gibb, secretary of  the- Granthams Ra?'t ;e> payerisv  association. The? laying of the  main begainX- this w'eek, and  will increase''-water ��� pressure  for consumers in tfye community.  A new tank will also be  built immediately to serve the  homes on the southwest side of  Redd Road, y ...'������...-'-.  EFFECTIVE   JULY 21,  1952  MONDAY MORNING ONLY  Bus leaving SECHELT  ........  ....  5.30 a.m.  Leave ROBERTS CREEK  .. r......  5:55 a.m.  Leave G&BSONS '.-Z. ZyXy.yh. 6:30 a.m.  Arrive  VANCOUVER ...... :...... 8:30 a.m.  for JULY and AUGUST only.  (Subject to approval of the^ P. U. C.)  Sechelt Motor Transport  The Coast News  ClA/XIflCf)  j  FOR SALE  FOR SALE  Alder wodd, .$10.50. per cord;  Fir wood $11^50 per cord, del- ���.  ivered. E.. McCartney. R.R. "1,  Gibsons. Phone 20-L >"t Xy   tin  Counter books, statements,  etc. Apply Coast News.  Roberts Creek, 200 ft. on Highway,  modern cottage, bathroom, H and  C light; year round water supply  from creek on property. Excellent  out buildings, one adaptable for  second home. For particulars apply Shepheard. 29  Furnished new 3.roomed house, full  plumbing, large lot, convenient  location. Apply W. A. Youngson,  Sechelt. tfn  One year old outboard, deck and  windshield yellow cedar, brass,  fastened to sturdy frame. Length  15' 6" x 5l 22%"'; Evinrude, run  15 hrs; Speed 25 M.P.H. Apply R. .  Phillips, R.R. 1, Pender, Harbour  ,|^^l!^|^f^pn?, -Bay^^..-.,; ^,^.^.3^  Three piece green velour Chester,  field; Carved valnut coffee table,  as newv Reasonable. Mrs. Lowe,  near Midway Store, Gibsons.  Combination G.E. Radio. and Rec  ���ord Player, portable model, self  changing, reasonable. Box 22. Coast  News.  Six room house on one and a half  acres; Pembroke bathroom, complete . with shower; electricity.  Good value at $3500. Mrs. R. M.  /Smith, corner Sechelt Highway and  Pratt, Road. tfn.  Waterfront property at Roberts  Creek. 1% acres, 200 ft. frontage;  Small cottage, furnished or unfurnished; Fruit trees and creek.  Close to stores. Apply Mrs. L. M.  Daly,  Roberts Creek.  WORK WANTED    "~  A competent* radio technician now  on duty at Gibsons Electric. Phone  45 for prompt radio service.       tfn  Spray   and  Brush   Painting;   also  paper hanging.  J.  Melhus.  Phone  -Gibsons 33. tfn  Dave Gregerson ��� Licenced Electrician. Madeira Park, Pender Harbour.   ;;?V'    ��� "'. ������ ^"'X'"'���"   '" tfn'  ���:REPAIRv^:?All>' types' of  watches and jewelry repaired. Reliable, fast, efficient.. Union General  Store, Sechelt. ' tfn  Trees feld and bucked with power  saw. Reasonable rates. Alf Williams,  Sechelt, Phone 97 H. 31  FOR  RENT  '37 Ford Coach, fair shape, $225. For Rent. All electric'cottage, full  Will trade either way. Phone 91W plumbing, furnished. H.B. Gordon  Gibsons. 31     Agencies-Sechelt 53J.  .NJOY refreshing,  springtime colors on  your walls! Solidex,  the ultra-Hat oil paint  is odorless! it requires  no mixing with water;  covers most surfaces  usually  in  one  coat.  tftffe1  Gibsons 45  HEN THE OPEN HIGHWAY CALLS, travel *  Gasoline. It has a wonderful way with its irtfi  ��� Sechelt, B. C.���  ^  COAL  Ten4ers are invited? to supply 50 tons of stoker coal  ��� ������������'������   .������-���������'       ���. ������        .'���$..���*���  for the Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School.  ,V. ' '  Further particulars may be obtained at the School  Board Office.  Tenders will  be received  on or before 6 p.m.   on  Monday. July 28, 1952.  The lowest or airy tender will not  necessarily b�� '  aecep&ed.   .?'������;" ^  THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES  "V  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  GIBSONS. B.C.  )  j  Monday 7 and 9  p.m.  Monday ��� 7 and 9 p.m.  June Allison ��� Van Johnson  SURPRISE   SHOW  TOO  YOUNG   TO   KISS  ,            ������  Tues; and  Wed. ��� 8 p.m.    n  Tues. and  Wed. ��� 8 p.m.  WON AND THE HORSE  First B.C. Showing  TOO  YOUNG   TO  KISS  Comedy  Thursday ��� 8 p.m.  Saturday ��� 7 and 9 p.m.  ACROSS THE  WIDE  Thursday ��� 8 p.m.  Saturday ��� 7 and 9 p.m.  LION AND THE HORSE  MISSOURI'  A ; great outdoor" Technicolor ���> v  starring Clark Gable  story.                    v  Friday ��� 7 and 9 p.m.  Friday ��� 7 and 9 p.m.  Saturday  Matinee,  Alan Young  BIRD OF PARADISE  MARGIE  Debra Paget ��� Jeff Chandler  Technicolor ��� Musical  Gibsons Theatre  Sechelt Theatre  is Plot or Ea  ��� By SANDY LOAM ���  A BRITISH VISITOR  We wiellcome each quarter  an Old Country magazine that  has more charm and entertainment within its simple  green covers than any other  periodical we know of. For a'  dollar and a half a yeatr any  lover of the| British countryside can enjoy hours of pleasant reading about country  people and places, farming  and gardening, birds, freest  and plant life); with many a  quiet laugh to brighten, the  .day. A New Yorker happily  describes it as "The Countryside  betweem  covers."  Edited in an Oxfordshire  village, its appeal... is world  wide, and their ?Editor will  send you a free descriptive  brochure* if you like to -know  more about it, and Britain  still needs our spare dollars  pretty urgently. Drop us a  line!  PANSYS AND VIOLAS  Both thehe closely relaited  perennials may be sown between now and the end of  August. Good pansy seed is  expensive, but gives wonderful returns in beauty. Some of  the new , giant strains have  huge blooms of almost incredible coloring, and their'hardiness and freedom of bloom are  a real joy to the amateur  grower. Any good garden, soil  will produce fine plants, but  a little extra care -afteir bed-  tling out, especially an inch  mulch of good compoist around  ea'ch plant and ample moisture  will rJe|ailly repay you.  Their cousins, thei Violas,  have many fine qualities, "(vith  the. outstanding one of blooming for many months'providing fading blooms ^ape picked:.  They stand more meigleict than  pans'ie.'i /and will'make a brave  show in. almost 'amy soil; but  with occasional division and  generous top.dressing- of compost fall arid spring the Viola  is perhaps the; most satisfying  of thei smaller border, flowers.  Seed 'sown now, in pots or  boxcis, will make sturdy plants  for setting out in their permanent homes in October. Whili?'  a package''of'mixed needs will .  give   muhyv charming   .plants,  Thursday July 17 1952       The Coast News  jipreme confidence.^ M Supreme  (1 Chevron Gas Stations  single colors will be found  more, useful and we have found  Apricot, Chantreyland. Ark-  wright Ruby and Jefr&ey Gem  to be particularly good.  MULCHES AND  WATERING  Thei current hot spell is affecting many shallow rooting  plants and the benefit of fairly  heavy mulch is. quite apparent.  For a. flower garden whena  neatness is important there is  nothing to be/at dried crushed  and siedved leaves; if inclined  to scatter juNnt weigh them  down with a little, fine' soil.  Watching the gradual restoration of a farm and garden on  ���a nearby island, wie have been  impressed by the speed by  which a beautiful top-soil is  being made by various forim-.  of mulching, without plowing  or digging. Compost, sawdust,  hay and weeds wer.ena.ll applied  on top with striking results.  We felt that similar methods  applied to the average garden  would he:.equally helpful.  Weltering, when possible, is  best done in early morning or  evening; a genefrous soaking  to one portion of the garden  rathetr than 'light sprinklings  will do more good. If there h  ia. mulch on part of the garden  a smaller proportion of the  water is lost by evaporation,  and the top-soil has >a/ chance  to retain its moisture longer.  July 18 ��� 2 to 4 Roberts Creek  VON Bazaar, home of Mrs. Clarke,  across from M and W Store.  July 23 ��� GIBSONS Memorial  Park, near Black and White store,  VON picnic tea. All welcome. Plan  on going ��� you will enjoy it, and  VON needs, your support.  July 23 ��� Roberts Creek, 8:30  p.m. SHARP, Legion Hall, the Arts  and Crafts crazy whist drive..  RIGHT NOW ��� We need your  contribution to the Piremens resus_  citator fund ��� every cent counts  ��� and you surely need the protection it will give.  August 5 ��� Sechelt Legion Hall,  Legion Auxiliary tea.  *��   ���  Co.operation   is   the    key note   to  our prosperity and peace of mind.  ��� Your friendly, realtors ���  This   Date  Pad   is   sponsored   and  paid for by your friendly realtors  ��� the ���  Totem Realty  Sponsors of this community service  List   your  property   with   us for  RESULTS.  Phone Gibsons 44  ,  m  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tenders are invited, for the construction of roadways, sidewalks and disposal field at the Elphinstone  Junior-Senior High School.  Plans and specifications may bfe obtained at the  School "Board Office;  Tenders will bfe received on or before 6 p.m. on  Monday. JTulyi 28, 1952.  ,    The lowest or any  tender will  not   necessarily be  accepted.  THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES  .-   School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  GIBSONJS. B.C.  Free Tickets  To The  Movie  FREE to Coast News Subscribers!  $ Each week two names will be picked  at random from our subscription files  ��� one from'Gibsons arpa and one.from  Sechelt - Half moon area  $ These names will be carried in the Coast  News and will enti&lje each of ihe two  subscribers to TWO theater tickets.  ^ DON'T LET YOU R SUBSCRIPTION  LAPSE ��� YOU CAN BE A WINNER  NEXT WTEEK!  This week's   winners  are:  Mrs.  E. .-WHEELER ��� Granthams  Landing  ���GEORGE HOPKHSTS ��� Selma Park  L  THE COAST NEWS  The Friendly,  Unbiased Voice  of  the  Sunshine Coast 6  The Coast News      Thursday July 17 1952  By L>. S. Jackson  The news that a 1157 - year-  old Douglas Fir tree was felled  on Vancouver Island recently  calls for comment on the age of  trees around here. Thei Vancouver. Island giant rated a story  in the Vancouver press, but it  is only a' youngster compared  with ftomei of the Peninsula  giamits.  The fact that w'ej have growing trees three times that age  within 5 miles from Gibsons  (Post Office is quite well known.  We are referring to our so  called Yellow Cedar which is  true $y press (Chanpecypris  Nootkatensis). It was* not  umfusual to fell two or three  of these treefei in a week that  were ovleir 3000 years old. One  particular tree that was  checked for age by annular  rings was estimated at 3450  years old.  When this tree took root and  start/ed life as a sapling, the  Heroic Age in Greece was in  its prime.  This m fact , but we now go  on into surmise.  We can climb above; the  present,, stand of timber into  the fringe of the so-called  Alpinlei where weather extremes  govieirn the growth/Here we  find grass lands and scattered  thickets of hemlock and balsam  from 10 to 20 feet high, covered  with snow for fivia months.of  the year. Thjepe midgets are  150 years' old at least.  But, we also find scattered  here   and   therei   som'ei   bleak,  gaumit ghosts of the prehistoric  piast which defy all the elements  of   time  and decay.  On  close  examination wiej find these are  the same  Chanpecypris  Noot-  kateftisis, but all are vast hulks  of  trees  that  hav'e   remained  standing     gaunt    and    bare  because   they were seared   by  finei   or   lightning   and   were  cauterized   against all corruption:. It would be folly to hazard  any guess as to age for examination of the soil fails to reveal  amy trace of their original  accompanying forest.  It is probable that forests  have grown up and run thcar  allotted span in the eons of  time d u r i ng which these  skeletons have stood. They  could possibly have befcfn among  the firfc|t vielgetjation that followed the retreating ice cap  of 60,000 years ago. The hairy  mammoth and the sabre toothed  tig'er were probably roamers of  thief satme forest^'.  The wall of ice/ that receded1  across our mountain, tops must  have been very high according  to the heaps of rock and gravel  that wlere washed into pileg  ?bere and there by the melting  water. It is significant that  there ate no large' cypress  growing on these/ mounds.  To closely inspect these  viable spectres of'things past,  it may be sieien that there is  no rielason why they should not  Is.tand there foreyier. They are  more like stone than, wood on  the| outside. But, a nick with  an axe shows the yellow gleam  of cypress., the wood eternal.  Bulldozing  On a Budget  If you neleid bulldozing done  and canj-t afford the outlay,  don't let that deter you. Ed  Greiom of Roberts Creek, whose  advertisieiment appears elsewhere in this edition, has. put  in a budget plan for bulldozing.  "Many of the settlers around  here have sinaill iiircomies coming in iejaeh month," says he,  "and few have sufficient to  ha.ve a bulldozing job donej if  the bill has to be paid in a  lump sum." With the Ed  Green; plan, the job can be  paid in (easy monthly installments.  West Sechelt -���������*���  By MARGARET ALLAN  Visiting ?M?rs.\ P. Gibbons  from town werei Miss Vera  Elliot aind Miss Gamble and  Mrs. Gibbons'* granddaughter,  who with her parents will be  leading for the USA shortly.  . Miss1 Rosei Martin is enjoying the good weather at her  summer cottage.  Ronald Edwards just missed  getting home from Korea with  thei lafct contingent. He has  been, away two years.  Wayne and Brian Kean, are  spending their holidays with  their grandparents, Mr. and  Mrs. Robert Koam;.  We won't be seeing much of  Jack Hutch ins this summer as  he is off to Helsinki to the  Olympic Games. We wish him  the. viewy best of luck.  EXPENSIVE SMOKES  During. the last ten .ytearfsi  theire have be/etn more than:  17,000 forest fires in British  Columbia. Of this tota,l, 11,000  (65 per cent) were of the man-  caused variety. Of this 11,000,  6,000 fires were caused by  campers and smokers.,  Reuben  Stroshein  FE|EDS  SEEDS  Fertili  izers  Wilson   Creek  Phone 83-C  Use The Coast News Classified  PHONE: GIBgONS?"76W  Mm E. Nestmas  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  Smitty s Boat Rental  Rowboats ��� Powerboats ��� Bait ��� Tackle  i     ��� Fishing Information g--  Next to Wharf ��� Gibsons  Briggs & Straiten   Sales & Service  HARRY SMITH ���. Phone Gibsons 28  when  ins  Insulate  for jife with...  FlBEHoljAS  ���tJ*. **9Mi-  BUILDING  IHSUIMWH  There's a whole lifi^ime of fuel  Savings and steady year 'round  comfort ahead of you when  you insulate your home with  Fiberglas. It's a permanent job  because Fiberglas Building Insulation will not settle, mildew,  rot, burn or sustain vermin.  // will keep out the beat of summer as efficiently as it keeps hi the  warmth all winter.. . year after year after year.  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  I  I  I  I  ���  I  I  I  I  I  ���  I  I  I  I  I  I  ���  I  I  I  FLASH I  9 NOISE RACES DAILY!  ���AIN OR SHINE  FULL-LENGTH   SHOWING   OF  THE  MIGHTY   SHRINE   P.N.E.   CIRCUS  mm  *m  AUG. 20th to SEPT. 1st  ���   . v '%'^y���.'.'.'.  r: '   '��� ��� ; ..';?'?      :.V',vv'  ���'-. ?';'������.;;..��� ���������"' -'������-'   '������    ������-. ������.������! V  "fcOlMi *�� the P.N.E. in '52.   It's a City wiThin a City���a City of exciting  contracts,   There  you'll  find   Agricultural   Exhibits  for  farmers   and  cattlemen  ���  Blue   Ribbon   Livestock  Shows���  Junior  Farmers'  Competitions ���r magnificent floral  displays ��� and -���shows,  bands, excitement to fill every hour of your visit��� Don't  miss any part off this.year's P.N.E.!  Fun and Games on the Gaywayl  "fireworks every night.  Buy Advance Sale Tickets early  Sale closes Aug. 19th.  Only Advance Sale Tickets are eligible for  ���the, Grand. Prize Draw for 4  New Cars!  eWMO'B$ft��.  I  PACIFICNATIONALEXHIBITION  AUG. 10 - SSPT t  VANCOUVER   8 C  1952  G. MQKT. FERGUSON. President HKAitii      v-BEN WlLUAMS, General Manage*  v-     ���������������������"���liihiiii'-^    ���   ^JbsasAt ��L���  ^ '   ' y Imw YOU CAN GET YOUR HOUSE READY  FOR WINTER WITH A B of M 1.0AN  -     FOR HOME IMI^OVEMENT  l-^;It.:V:'?wisQ',tia.^:thijik'-.-:ahout-:'ithe cold wiejather a good while  befovse\ the winds sharpen and kptves begin to fjall. And you  probably have thing;?, at home you'd likte. to tabe care of before  it's right on top of you. The fuiraaael, for example, or a good  insulating job. *  Thie&e improvements to your home will have a happy effect  upon your health and comfort, but they cost money. And you  ?may not b>a able to find at onae the mieicessary cash, even though  you would havtel no difficulty in meeting the amount out Qf your  annual income:       ".-'���  .In that case, drop into the Bank of Montreal at Gribsons,  ?Sechie.lt or Port Mellon and have! a chat with Tom Iia.rwirv, the  manager. The B of M hafc spteieial personal loans for home improvement. If you borrow $100, for examipLq, it will cost you  ;l��nly 27 cente a month, whanf repaid over a year. B of M pfefr-  sonal loans are repay!a,b'k in easy installments, aind Mr. Larson  will,be vtejry happy to discuss with you how such a loaii can be  applied to your jywn problems. ��� Advt.  Roberts Creek  Thursday July 17 1952      The Coast News  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE  ~    GIBSONS  y      Agents for  IRC A Victor  Records  Columbia Records  Frigidaire  Ranges and    \  Refrigerators  Beatty? Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  BLASTING  Rocks ��� Hardpan ��� Roadbuilding  JACK CAMPBELL  5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  ..��� FRaser 3831 ���  iHilly   Licensed.  All  Experienced  Men.  BEER BOTTLES  'Will ?; call; "aiwl^ buj�� f orv^a sh^vbeer,  bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls  made   at  intervals   from  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing  R: H. STRdSHEIN  Wilson Creek.  BULLDOZING  ADERNICK'S BULLDOZING  General bulldozing ���, Logging  Land clearing��� Road  work  Telephone Sechelt 30-R  Located  behind Bank of Montreal  in Sechelt.   .  CLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for the  Sechelt  Peninsula.  ��� Phones -~   v  Glbatms 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating   X  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone  45  Appliances  ���   Fixtures  ���   Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating   Ass'n.  & Washing Machines  FLORIST"  Flowers  for  all  occasions.  We are agents for large  Vancouver florists.  Fast service for weddings  and funerals.  JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O. Box;28.  GIFT  STORE      -'���  Headquarters  for  Wool,  -Lotions ��� Cards ���- Toys  Miscellaneous  Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 S^ORE   ?  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.,C.  .     . See  THE COAST NEWS  ��� .for ���VV.  QUALITY  PRINTING  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  HARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B. C.  Builders' Hardware  Paint ��� Plumbing  ��� Appliances ���  Complete Installation  Maintenance Service .  DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  MACHINISTS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58  OIL BURNERS: /~~~  CfS OIL BURNERS"  SALES  and  SERVICE  W.   Swain     * D.  Carrie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned  ��� Sechelt 74 ���       *  ______ _____  Plumbing  and  Electrical  Supplies   Fixtures  Service  SECHELT BUILDING  SUTPP^TES  NOTARY  PUBLIC  C. JOHN COLERIDGE  ���   Gibsons ���  Office 37    ; Res. 116 W  /KADlO ��� ;v   .-.   .  ./" '    ?    :: ���;���'   .   -   .-'  Sechelt Radio & Electrical  Appliance Service  Radio and Refrigeration Repairs  W. G. FORTT    <  Telephone Sechelt 25 J  REAL ESTATE and  r..m   .-  INSURANCE  JOHN COLERIDGE  AGENCIES  Gibsons   and   District's   Only   Full  Time Real Estate and Insurance  Office Since 1948.  Phone Gibsons 37  SECOND HAND STORE  iolograpfiy Hints  Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine ��� Books  WE BUY _ TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  f      HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  WINDOW CLEANING  PIONEER WINDOW  SERVICE  Vacuuming ��� Waxing  Windows Washed,��� Sm^ll Repairs  Phone   Sechelt  71R  By MADGE NEWMAN  For the last steveral years  Mrs. Helen Galliford has  threatened to move, up to Stratford Camp permanently, and  last weieik she did? just thjafc.  Adding the contents of a ten-  room house and a large kindergarten to the* already fully-  equipped camp has kept her  runtning in cireljes but the camp  opened Saturday as per sched  ule with everything under  control. Staff and sanall campers have "settled in" even to  Marietta!, the 2ryear-old size  doll, complete with her own  blue bed and dresls'er and gen;-  erous wardrobe. In the Fall,  Stratford Camp will change  over to Stratford Day and  Boarding Kindergarten.  Mrs. Ruth Mitchell's "home  away from home" for girls is  in full swing a'gain. for the  summer months.  At carefree summer holiday  endeid abrubtly for' Mrs. W.A.  Campbell when she broke her  ankle in two pla dejs while walking on the beach. After receiving firfrt aid from Dr. Buller  who was close at ha,>nd, Mrs.  Campbell wate taken to Vancouver.  Good news comes from St.  Paul's Hospital where Mrs. C.  Bourn, is recovering from surgery, doing very well and soon  to be home.  Congratulations seem to be  in order to the W.A. to the  Anglican Church on the success of their fceja and siale of  work. Realizing some $150 on  their efforts the 'affair was  much enjoyed by all, including  8 men. --:  Mrls. A.U. Oswald, introduced  by   Mrs.   C.  Harbord,   opened'  the ejvent andlatei&poured at  the long decorated table. Tea v  was served':}hyliMrs? -?F. ?j��lafcer^<  man, Mrs. R. Bernard aind Mrs.  y D.   Townley,   while   the   work  table was in cha.rgiei of Mrs. F.  Warburton  and  Mrs.   George  Bloor while Mrs.  W.  Roberts  took caiiie of the home cooking.  Mrs. J. Ca.uvreaii looked- after  the superfluity table and-Mrs.  J.  H'envitt presented the  door  prize to Mrs. Harry Smith. Mrs.  0. Harbord receiv/ed? the guests .  Mrs.  Reggie  Eacles, Teddy  amd baby sister are visit.ihig the  .  R.J. Eades. Mr. and Mrs. John  Davis and family are guests of  Mrs.   Davis'   mother,   Mrs?  .0,  F. Haslam. Miss Janet Beirnhof,  back from teaching at Prince  Rupert, spent a few days with  her family before going ojn' to  summer school. Harold Bernhof  is also spending a Vacation at  home,  Pender Harbour  By SARAL  This will be. my l-ast column  for a while. I.a.m writing this  in hc-spitail. On recqjiefry I expect to go to? Holjywood. A  holiday for us all, ehi?  The  annual   exodim. of  gill ,  netters   has  tafeirm ?^pla.ce   and ,  the harbor is very (niiet these  days.   Everyone  1C* Hoping for  no strike, but, no'newsion that  ���until thiej 19t?h.        yfyZZ. y  WecMiiig be!Is are an;the off-  ing for a.well kiwwn resident,  Mr*. J. Stigs'en.  Our sympathy to Mrs. Heleiq  Cameron, and Mrs. Marge Mac-  kav on. the death v of their  father who passed away suddenly on a visit, njerje1 from  Vancouver. .   1  British Columbia's tourist  industry is valued at upwards  of 60 million dollars a year.  mateur rans  While there is little chance  of night photography here oa  the Peninsula, some! of the locaA  photographers will bte visiting  big cities on vacation this summer and, there, the opportumlity  for night photography presents  itself.  Most amateurs shy away  from might photography. Yet,  some scene�� which in daylight  are mere mundane record shot*/,  become masterpieces if shot at  night. A well lighted ship, for  example, whan: made fast to a.  wharf can make a beautiful  camera Isitudy with the soft  gHeiam of lights on the hull,  superstructure, and funnels,  and the soft reflections in the  water. The same picture, in  daylight, may be cluttered, up  with, a distracting background  of currogated iron wharves,  ugly buildings, -and derricks.  One does n,ot have.1 to have"  .an expensive camera, to take  night photographs. As ai master  of fact, it is always better to  use a Ismail aperture* and a  longer tinne*, than use a wide-  open lens and fast shutter.  Main trouble of course, with  night photography is that it  is always difficult to ascertain  correict exposure, and in this  regard a light miejter is of little  value.  With  a  camera  set at Fll,  laini (exposure  of 1 second  will  record lights of a .city on your  film. And this i& good enough  for   light-pattern,   shots.   But,  much   longer   exposure   is  required to  register   the   gleam  of the lights or thjei reflection  of th�� lights of the city. Try  one    exposure   at    1    miniute,  ���atnotWelr   at  2  minutes   and  a  third one at 3 minutes.  :-..������ JiLvthis connection it is .always..  ^est.l?t6.??ha3:ieivthe. bright lights;  shielded behind a  tree  or behind the  wall  of   a  building,  using the long exposure to register t\w\ full tonal namlge from  white   to  black,   with  all   the  intermediate tones, on the film.  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� TAtlow 1954 ���  .  Are. you  BUILDING?  We can supply men and  material for any job  Carpenters  Plumbers  *? Electricians  Painters  Sechelt  Building Supplies  ���- Phone Sechelt 60 ���  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES ��� DRUOS  PISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  You'll love the  FRIGIDAIRE  APPLIANCES  Now in Stock  It is not too late in the  season for a  FRIGIDAIRE  REFRIGERATOR  with tihe  ��� SUPER FREEZER  ��� QUICKUBE TRAYS  ��� COLD STORAGE TRAYS  ��� SLIDING HYDRATOR  and  ��� LIFT-OUT HALF  SHELVES  Also we have in stock  The Gleaming New  Cottage  Electric Range  and the  9 cu. foot  FRIGIDAIRE  Food     Freezer  for new thrills in  freezing  ALL ON DISPLAY AT  SUNSET  HARDWARE  ���J. WOOD J. CLEMENTS  Gibsons 32  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  HALFMOON   BAY  Lumber  Cut  to  Your Specifications  ��� Phone Halfmoon Bay 7-Z ���  British Columbia has? the  greatest commercial fisheries  of -amy provineei in Cianada.  SUMMER VISITORS!  Call FA 4131 in Vancouver; or Gibsons 50; or Gibsons  36-C for scheduled freight service between  VANCOUVER and District and GIBSONS and District.  SHIP VIA  VANCOUVER   MESONS  FHEiOHT   LINES  OPERATED BY R. M. INGLIS 8  The Coast News    - Thursday July 17 1952  Halfmoon Bay   f|,js pj0| 0f fgfjj  ooa txperi to  Use ThfeOoast News Classified  By Mrs. K RAVEN  Congratulations to Mr. and  Mirs. ?Frank Kingston on the  birth of a son on June 25 in  Vancouver. The new grandparents are Mr. and Mrs; Jack  Burrows.  Welcome! to Mr. and Mrs. H.  L. Pearce of Welcome Beach,  busy finishing a brand new  home. They have, been [summer  visitors for some years, but  aitow Mr. Belarce ha|=, retired  from the Post Office! in Vancouver, they will now be year-  round residents.  Welcome also to Mr. aind  Mrs. William Grundy, new  owners of the Godfrey property at Welcome Beach. Mr. .and'  Mrs. Jack Chambers and son,  Billy, are guests for the summer of her paretnts, Mr. arid  Mrs. William Miller. Mr. aind  Mrs. J. McWilliams, daughter  Maureen, and a friend, are up  from North Vancouver, and  Mr. and Mrs. G. Laidner up ���  from Burnaby. +  Misses Marilyn and Patricia  Cooper are up from school for  the holidays and Miss Sharon  Laiughlini is visiting her brother Neil, and her father, Earl  Ijaiughlin of Logco.  In. the Bay. Mks Shiedlah  Dongmuir is visiting her lister  in law to be, Mrs. Doug Roberts, who' along with Mrs.  Miriam McDonaugh will be  lonesome ladies for a while am  Doug Roberts, Kien Anderson  and Clarence McDonaugh are  away working in Trail.  Our Tea  A NOTE TO READERS  ABOUT SANDY LOAM  "Sandy Loam" whose column  "This Plot of Earth" is a regular  feature in our columns is a local  garden lover, living in Granthams  Landing. He pens his column each  week because he likes to talk about  gardens. And what he talks about  is timely, and slanted to this locale.  "Sandy Loam" has been a correspondent for several gardening  magazines. While on those former  jobs, he received" hundreds of let.  ters from his readers. Now, on his  little assignment for Coast News,  he finds he hasn't had one letter:  not one letter of appreciation or  condemnation.  If you like the column, if you  want it continued, please drop us1  a. line and tell us. If you don't like  the column, you can tell us, too.  "Sandy Loam" writes his column  for free. He likes doing it. But if  it isn't read ��� well he may as  well put in the extra hour weeding  the carrot patch. .,  Another way to catch a  young boy's fancy is to have  a  new  comic  book available.  :e at Fair  msasomsssm  The Hbwei Sound Fair committee1, has had word that Mrs.  W. McL'eaa- food editor of the  Vancouver Daily Province, will  be judge! of the domestic science  and home-cooking sections of  the exhibition.  Chosen to convene the domestic scielnce section is Mrs. G.  Corlett, while Mrs. G. Dobie  will be in charge of home cooking. Mrs-. N. Haley will head  the. needlework section and  IVlirs. W.B. Hodgson; the handicrafts. A'.S. Trueman will be in  charge of the school work.  A.H. Peppar, executive member of the Parmer's Institutes,  has betem. seriously ill but it is  hoped he will he; well enough  to attend the fair. He has  always held a tsioft spot in his  heart for th<e( Howe Sound fair,  and he will be here if at all  ���possible.!:-.^:  ��>/?f/V/C  9 Plain Cans  ��� Enamel Cans  ��� Cold Pack Canners  ' ��� Wide. Mouth Mason  Jars  'yiijCu.  ��� Ives-Way Can Sealers   ���  m- Pressure Cookers  Now-is the time to  prepare for delicious  from  Park  er ���'$'���  Hard  ware  winter desserjts.  2.1 f  ��.....  ��� Phone Sechelt 51  em  BE REFRESH ED 7  By L. S. Jackson  The late Mr. Wilson would  be no doubt appalled by our  tea. The shadlei of the old  apples wafe studded with small  tablefsrand glory shone around.  The nicariiesfc of our Wilson  Creek, gals was ample repayment for thiei 35 cents we ex-  pendefd for the icy strawber-  rtejs, ice cream, etc. The Cha  or Oolong was nicely served.  One uncouth peirsoomge, however, asked if the tea had been  omitted from the pots, but it  seems from information we received that they like it weak  around these parts.  It is a moot point whether or  not a pot of coffee would not  be an asNuet at these gatherings at leant from aim aroma;  point of view. We feel sure  that some of the men customers would have been more at  home sipping a mug of coffee  in the woodshed.  It was a smart move to have  our tea at the home of Mr.  and Mrs. George Wright on  the barak of Mission Creek  where their friends could have  a few words with George, whq  has been unable to get around  like he us'ejd to.  The folkfci of Wilson Creek  have a keen, senile of community  spirit - and amy worthy cause  can be assured of their unfailing support.  So You Like  The Coast News!  The friendly little news  itemfa of your community are  made possible through the  advertisers, who advertise consistently in the Coast News.  We invite you to patronize  them.  But they do not advertise),  alone, tovmake the newspaper  possible. They have goods and  (services to sell that are ^ell-  worth your checking on. You  will find the Coast News advertiser is a progressive, busi-  nessmam. who sells at, .prices,  comparable with' Vancouver  prices-  DO* MET* IC  Refrigerette  electric or kerosene  operated  Sold  and serviced  by  ELECTROLUX  (CANADA) LItoifEtf  Now covering the Peninsula during  JULY and AUGUST  To assure a cadi by our ag.e,nt please phone:  BAyview 2151 or writf�� 1459 West Broadway,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  \x.  UNION SPECIALS  BED & WHITE  COFFEE & 4       t%0  Fresh ground ^  gj      \Mmm~.  (Our own brand)   ���  ��  ��   ���  ��� '���?     ' l���'P."-  WATERMELON EMPIRE BACON  7^ ib, i^'s cello .......... 27^  WEINERS  2 lb. for ...........87^  WH I S PER GRADE "A" FOWt  4 to 5 Vb. per lb. 44^  N y L ON S (Cleaned on request)  summer shades ��� SATURDAY ONLY ���  $1.35 and $1.65 All seasonal fruits  YOUR RED AND WHITE STORE  Union General Store  Phone Sechelt 18  s  Opening  in two weeks  Tell you? friends about it  The Most Modern  Now Open  on the Sunshine Coast  10 UNITS ��� ELECTRIC COOKING ^ OIL HEATED  ��� ��� y*  .   -,'VV.: ���;   .  \  .  Year - round accommodation  Featuring a Fountain Service  Drop in anytime for a cup of coffee, a soda, or a bottlc��i  of pop ��� or call in for your groceries. During school  term we will he featuring luncheons for the high school  students. And, we might add, we'll be carrying a good  stock of ^school, supplies for the school opening.  ���'- ���     ���'   . ;���../.��� ,.   -    ��� V-  ?'i: y. ������ v  y-    v.       ������ ��� V ' _ '���       , ���' .'  Shell Gas Station  Half a mite from^owjntown Gibsons along the Sechelt Highway.  -���r ��!���'���'��� ' ZZ < :���   ?    '" ��� .     '������  .        . ������ ��� '.'���"���'"'       ��� yW-'y   ���-  ,  j: ^feRANB^ Onager '���} ' CH^f^m^?IRE;

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