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 provincial Library,  Victoria*  B.  C��  Phone your news, or  orders to  Sixth Year of Publication     Thursday August 28, 1952        Vol. 6 -^4 . Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  ectrical Consumption  ncreace  dG  rea  .9"  ?Eleetric power consumption oin the Sechelt Peninsula has  jumpikl from 292,859"kilowatt 'hourfc in 1947 to a new high of  1,744,000 kwh. this year, according to the aainual reporJ>p5f the  B.C.Power Commission.  When the B.C. Power...Commission took oyer the plant at  Selma Park, them were 337 customers on the Seehiejlt Peninsula.  There are, now 13?12 users, 1155 of whom come intqf the category  of residential customers, and 139 of whom arte commercial users.  Revenue, gained by the Power ��� ~ ~*  Commission jumped from $23,  584 in- 1947 to $77,289 in 1952.  At the same time, revenue per  kilowatt dropped from 8.1 cents  in 1947 to.4,4 cents in 1952.  The annual report booklet  show�� several views' of the new  Clowhom Palls power development which serves the Sechelt  Pepiihsula. The initial stage^of  this development, which is  located up Salmon Arm twenty  miles from Sechelt by water,  consist* of two hydro-electric  units each of 1500 kw. capacity.  Since the opening of the new  Ckxwhom plant, it is expected  electric consumption will" increase rapidly while at the same  time the price to the consumers,  per kilowatt, will drop.      >���  Tlifc fact that we, .have a  hydro plant serving the area  instead of a diesel plant, with  its high cost o�� operation, will  ;havel no effiect on the cost of  power, but the amount of power  used by the consumers will  lower the unit cost of the  service;.  Respirator Crew  Speeds To Work  When Pamela Jackiipn ojj  Wilson Creek needed the help  of the, Sechelt respirator crew,  they were on the job three  minutes after a telephone call  was put in.  Pamela, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. M. Jackson was choking  when Mrs. Jackson desperately  called the telephone operator  last Monday for assistance.  Thfe; operator contacted Harry  Billinglrjy and in no time flat  they were in Wilson Creek.  The little girl Was revived  by artificial respiration biefore  the firemen reached the house,  but the folks around Wilson  Crejsfc are breathing much,  much easier now they 've heard  the story.: They know the  Sechelt Fire Brigade can be  relied upon to do thedr job  Names Commitees  A recent meeting of the  officers of the Gibsons Board  of Trade named members of  this, committees as well as five  members to the executive council. Those n aml,e d to the  executive were Cliff Gray, Reg  Godfrey, Harry Reichelt, Stan  Allibone, and Brie?Cooper.  Locke Knofwles-^and Harry  Smith were namedto the Trade  and Industry committee; while  Tom Larson and Rojbt. Macnicol  will head the local and national  affairs committeiei"7 Les ?Rim���|S  and Gordon Ballentine will  handle publicity 'and liaison  while Robert Telford will be  in  charge   of  mjeifohership.  Handling entertainment are  John Woods, Don Hauka, Mrs.  W. Stewart," ad -lfe(. Wafdil.  Al Ritchey and Robert Burns  will handle pro-bliejmLS of health  and welfare. ���  The Board of Trade anticipates ai busy year ahead under  President Jack Marshall.  ;iiiiiiii^tw  it'  yj^^j^^^K^M^^'^^^^yy'^^y^  Thei regular meeting of the  Howe Sound Women ?s Institute  gathered in the Home of Mrs  Reese, voted^ to- turn over pro-  ceediS' of the' tea cloth raffle  to the Queen Alexandra Solarium. The raffle realized $18.85.  Winner o)c the cloth was Mrw  'M. Johnson.  Another, dona.tlion of $2.00  was turned over to the "Save  the Children Fund",  Members were thanked by  the president for the fine work  they had done in assisting to  make the Fall Pair an outstanding success. An announcement  was made that a whist drive  will be held at the home of Mrs/  H.B. Metcalfe on September 9-  at 8 o'clock, with an open  invitation extended.  Next meeting  of  the   W.L  will be held at the home of Mrs.  ���Haley on North'Road on Tuesday, September 16.  "We are always eagier to  extend a welcome to new member," Mrs. N.A. Haley, secretary, told-the Coast News.  Sorry Kids, Schools  To Open Sept 2  September 2 is a school day,  according to the calender. The  calender v says/, there are 21  school days in September.  Therefore, September 2 must  be counted a school day.  Last week, the School Board  informed us that schools did  not re^opiem until September  3. Since that timte; Secretary  Mrs. Anne Burns has been  checking, and she now finds  that the young fry will return  tp sehool for a few hours on  September 2.  Alter a shutdown that has  lasted sinciei mid-June, the  loggers have returned to work  in this district. Busses and  taxis have beeii busy in the  Sechjeilt section of the Peninsula  with the men hurrying back  to their jobs; stores have been  burner than usual. with big  shopping orderi:) coming in.  Among the camps that are,"  opening immediately are ���  Continental Logging Company,  Osfoojrne's, Lamb's; Universal  at Gibsons, Misery Creek, M  and M, and Cruell's.  McMillan and Blo>edel have  five large cats working on their  operation, a sign-that new roads  are going into new timber,  areas. ��� .-:���.; "~  The woods closed in mid-  june . owing to.. the logging  strike. No sooner was the strike  settled than the long, dry spell  made work in the woods dangerous because of the fir e  hazard.  '  Farewell Party  For VON Nurse  ... A small house party at the  home of Mrs. Wallis at Roberts  Creek Tuesday evening to bid  farewell to MiiiB Anne Baker,  VON nurse for the district, who  leaves this,week for new duties  in Trail. ��Tw|ejlv!e ladies sat  down to three tables of bridge  for the evening with Mr.s.  Meikle, YON presidient, taking  first *prize.   ���"��� ������������'JL '"  *  NSW DIRECTORS FOR  ROBERTS CREDIT UNION  Dick Reeves of Roberts  Crj��lek, and Ernie. Fearsr^i of  Sechelt, were this wjeiek elected  directors of the Roberts Creek  Credit Union. The credit group  is now re-organizing and is  looking forward to an active  ,season now that1 the woods  have re���opened in this district.  Agamemnon Bay Road  Not imminent: Gargrave  In a special riews release to the Coast News, Tony Gargrave,  our new MLA, reports on a.thr^e', hour visit with the Hon.Phillip  Gag'lardi,   minister?. Jof  public   works,   Neal   MacCallum,   chief e  engineer of the departmerut; of public works, an(l Giejorge Paulin,  Black Ball Line^t to xliscuss the Powell River road connection.  ���'���?. Here /?is? ? ?Mr.    Gargraye's...... ������',   ,   , ,: ���       '   .. ;v; .��.';��� ..  -X   ,  '^���^yyy^yy^yy itm-y ������..;. .^,#&f--* #>..^^ 3of the.: sum-.  ": iner.'���*���'"'���'   .''' **'~'v&' ZXy. :v:rV?/ ',X  My interview produced this  shocking news:'������'  The building of this link is  not imminent. No appropriations of any kind have been  made or are planned for this  work.  Responsible officials  of  oi#-r  Thw link will start at Powell  River and proceed to Thunder  Bay,)Jukst north of Stillwater.  Five miles  of roa'd remain to  be  built to a proposed  ferry  site at Saltrey Bay. The auto  flurry  will   cross: Jervis  Inlet  from Agamemnon Bay.  From    Agamemnon     Bay    to  KLeindalev there  isi no , public  road.  Nine miles of new construction will have to be located  and built to connect the present  highway just south of Pender  Harbour.   This  road   will   run  between Ruby  Lake and Kil-  larnely Lake, giving access at  the   same   time   to   beautiful  Saginaw Lake. There lake,; are  scenic  spo^s,   abounding   with  fish. As a matter of .fact, the  gamie department has declared  ffilat theste lakes) wfjjl  never  need restocking.  Substantial      forest'growing  areas will be opemed up.  The total length will be 101  miles with travel time5 by auto,  including synchronized ferry  crossings, o}�� four and a half  hours.  What* about the cost? Ome��  million dollars, saysi the department of public works, will  be spent as follows: for reha'-  bittitiating the Gibsons-Sechel1  road, $45,000; reconditioning  Sie'chelt to Halfmoon Bay,  $140,000; reconditioning Halfmoon to Kleindale, $200,000;  building the nine mile stretch  from    Pender    Harbour    'to  wara \jreen coming  To Present Scholarship  Betty Pratt, succ^fesful applicant for the scholarship awarded  by the Canadian Legion' Branch 109, will receive her cheque  from the hands of Howard Green, MP, according toword received  here this week. The presentation will be made:.on Sunday, Sep-  teinbfer 7 at 2:45 p.m. with Mr. Green coming up to Gibsons to  make the presentation.  The public is given a hearty  ivilation to attend the function) at the Legion Hall. Mr.  Green, the veteran's champion,  will give; a word picture of the  happenings at the lamentable  sittings of the parliamentary  committee on veteran's affairs  last Spring.  Miss Pratt, who will recehre  the scholarship, has decided to  make teaching her profession.  A word of praise is due the  Canadian Legion which, together with the assistance of  the Junior Auxiliary, has made  possible for the two students,  Miss Pratt, and Eric Blomgren,  who ifi| attending 'university  through a bursary obtained by  the Legion, to' carry on their  higher education.  Dennis Ty��;on, Gregg Anderson, Len Pilling and Danny  Strom, four members of 'the  Auxiliary, assisted greatly in  helping to make nlhisf year's  scholarship project possible.  Seven Teachers  Appointed Here  Seven    new    teachers    have  ^jeiimidrtihe staffjsvof ;;thev^school  district   and  wilJ!   be   here  to  welcome    the    students   when  they return to their seats September 2. X  The new appointees are Miss  Elsie Rogers to Division 2 at  Port  Mellon; Earl Hilsden to  Deserted    Bay    sehool;    Mrs.  the department o(f public works    j^.ie Shen.y to NeJsr|a Jsland  Lost Tank  Is Dangerous  Const. J. Morrison of the  RCMP has notified the Coast  News that a tank of oxygen,  lost off the back of a Gibsons  Cartage truck in the Gibsons  area, can be dangerous. While  oxygen is not an explosive,  it has been pointed out that  if the top is loosened or  hammered, it may "explode"  because of the great pressure  behind it.  Should anyone know the  whereabouts of this lost tank,  please get in immediate touch  with ConsJ.'-Morrison.  deny thait a promise was ever  made at any time to complete  the project by any sejt date.  The bustle of activity just  prior to the election in which  the promise of a survey and  siome clearing was ma'de*, is a  iiemponary expedient. Ne appropriation was made fo^r it.  N.oi further work is planned  now or was planned at the time.  This project is of vital concern to all citizens of Powell  River and the- Sechelt Peninsula,  The government is pledged  to build the ro^id, but at no  particular [time. It could, be  next year, or 19 0. If the  present attitude of the public  works department continues, I  can, predict no road in 1953.  As far as-I know I am the  only politician to predict that  a certain road will not be built  Yet, I pledge my suppo/rt to  thitf project. I would recommend a common' steaase approach  to the matter and offer this*  plan as a solution :  Ask thfe Black Ba'U Lines  Limited, under government  supervision, to build the Klein-  da.le-Agamemnoh   Bay   access  Agememnon Bay, $240,000; rcfad. Repay the costs within  building the fivgi mile stretch  frrrn Thunder Bay to Saltrey  Bay, $175,000.* Reconditioning  the. Powell River to Stillwater  road would complete the project'. Wtec would then have a  gravel highwiay just under 100  miles in length.  The Kleindale to Agamemnon  Bay n<pur has not yet, heten  located  but  probably  will  be.  5  years and declare it a public  road. This would get the road  built this year and at no immediate cost to the government.  Thin the Black Ball Lines have  agreed to do.  A logging company has  offered'to build the o'ther five  mile?! streteh to' the north side  (Continued on page 8)  .See Agamemnon Bay Road-  school; Mrs. Gladys MeMillen  to Irvines Landing Elementary  school; Miss Zeata Lobb to  Da-visfon 5 of Madieiira Park  Superior school; Mrs. Margaret  Slater to Divilidon 2, Sechelt  Elementary; and James Clark  to Elphinstone Jr.-Sr. High  School.  At a recent meeting of the  school board, the members  voted to pay $15 per month for  room and board for nine students from ?Pon Mellon who  will be living in Gibsons during  thei school week.  The board was informed that  Einer Neilson of Bowen Island  had offered to build a radio*  for Bowen Island school. The  sehool board votejd to'pay $125  towards the cost with student*  paying the re.-;i and Mr. Neilson  supplying the cabinet and labor.  Tunnel May Be Built  From Nanaimo  From Nanaimo comes word  that American capital is interested in a tunel for motor  veihicl.es from Nanaimo* to the  mainland. The tunnel would  lower costs for the traveller  and for freight truck-;, according to the news item in the  daily papers.  The shortest rotv.e ajross  the Gulf at" Georgia is fiom  Departure Bay, just north of  Nanaimo, to  We'it Sechelt.  The natural route appears to  be to tunnel under the Gulf  of Georgia from Departure Bay  to West Sechelt; frcljn. Gibsons  to Keats Island; to Bowen  Island to  VVp��.-t  Vancouver j >.,.'  The Coast News     Thursday August 28, 1952  %  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association,  (Established 1945)  authorized as second class mail,  Post Office Department,   Ottawa.  SAM NUTTER, Production Manager  LES RIMES, Editorial Manager  ���i  Published  Every  Thursday.  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45  Ces 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  ona  A Day for Labor  Whether producing for war or peace, the Canadian worker  can be depended on to fill the bill. And, as his day, Labor Day,  rolls around, we salute the Canadian laborer who is sharing in  the building of a great new country.  Up, around Kemane and Kitimatt, the workers are creating  the world's greatest m>e|llalurgical operation."Up beyond Kamloops  the men work with giant machinery to lay a new pipeline to the  west coast. In the Koolenays, the workers are building a, giant  new power project, a nielw fertilizer plant, and in the deep bowels  of the earth they explore and extend the rich mines.  And in every hamlet and community the workers are building  new housefci new stores, and their churches.  What a difference, indeed from what cringing labor is doing  in another country where they are forced by brute strength to  produce or die; where their sons are snatched by/ihe army to  serve without a murmur. Fear and force permeate the very  atmosphere.  This, then,.-is our day. And we go ahead as partners, for  advancement in Freedom. ���  Let us be glad!  Reader's Right  GIBSONS TO PORT  MELLON ROAD  Editor, The Coast News,  ��� Sir':-��� ' "'-    "���  22-eferring to the letter in' the  cjii-rre'int   issue   of!  the   "Coast'  News'' from'a  correspondent  signing himself  or herself,  L.  B. Jackson.  I feel a certain amount of  repugnance), in having to answer such a letter as your correspondent writes but, when it  reflects on the conduct of the  Engineering Staff engaged on  ojn the Gibsons to Port Mellon  road Project, I have no option.  Xt is a pity that laymen such  as your correspondent apparently is, should rush into  p-rnnt wjith personal opinion*.  as to how such a project should  be conducted, wtoejn judging  by his letter, he is totaiUy  ignorant of the subject he pro-  Sefe^esl to express an opinion  about.  I would indeed be "grateful  if Mr. Jackson would come to*  this office and put me wise as  to how he and two other men  made a profile survey of the  roaid in question in two and  one-half diayis-, also* how he  ^arrived at a cost figure $150,  000 less than the estimated  engineering figures.  It usually takes a full survey  party two to three .months depending on the country traversed, to make a precise  ���Survey, and estimate the costs  of such a project.  "The small army o(f surveyors" he mentions, consists of  seven meni, and I will guarante"  tha,t> if Mr. Jackson would go  out with these boys for a day's  work, and do his share of the  woVk, he would be very glad  to srfretch out on the couch  after 6 p.m.  I.G. Mackay  Re��. Engineer  ATTENTION MOTORISTS.  Next week thousands of  youngsters throughout B.C.  will start back to ischoiol. Re  careful and watch out for  children!. Keep your speed  down to 15 nup.h. in school  zones between 8 a.m. and 5  p.m. on any sehool days.  rair \  re Announce  4iiniers  Use The Coast News Classified  ���> ->��� C*i  V  Following is a list of winners  of prizes in the various sections  in the Holwe Sound Fall Fair. -  Flower^: First; A.R. Reeves;  second, Mrs Len Allen; third,  Mrs. O. Geirsh; and Mrs J.  Eldred; fourth, Mrs C.H.  Chamberlin; and Mrs Tho<r  Christenson.  Decoration: First, A.D.  Reeves; second, Mrs. J. Eldred;  Mrs. J. Topolonski; and * Wilson  Creek';,third, Mrs Len Allen;  and  Carmen  Robinson;  Vegetable)?: First, A.J.  Charman; and Mrs. J. Oarrotll;  second, "Wilson Creek"; third,  Rev. Oswald; fourith, JVLrs.O.  Geircih; fifth, Mrs Eric McCartney; R.S. Clarkson; and  Mrs. Len- Allien;. s|ixHih, Mrs.  C.H. Chamberlin ; seventh, Wm.  Gilbert; and Jesse Tomkinson;  Fruit: Fh\<t, Mrs. Len Allen;  second, D.&. Walker; third,  C. Winiegarden;  Domestic Science: First, Mrs.  Jetan Wyngaert; second, Mrs.  Eric McCartney; third, Mrs.  Carroll; fourth, Mrs. C.H.  Chamberlin; fifth, Mrs. A.  'AitWee; sixth, Mrs. E. Earles  and Mrs. Jack Reeves; -  Home  Cooking:  First,  Mrs.  Jean Wyngaert;- seeoind,  Mrs.  Elsie Johnson; third, Mrs. M.  Jarnell; fourth, Mrs. J. Carroll;  fifith,   Mr|:<.   C.H.   Chamberlin-;  Mrs. A.E. Ritchey; Mrs. Endi  Ritchey; Mrs. Bert Cole; ?Mrs.  G. Corlett; Mrs. Jack Reeves;  Mrs. IT. Thorburn;  '   Needlework: First, Mrs. Jean  Wyngaert;    second,    Mrs.    N.  Haley; third Mrs. Jack Reeves;  fourth,    Mrs.    J.    Topo-linski;  fifth, Mrs. Jv-Eidred-; Mrs. J.  Mrs.  W.B.  Hojlgson;  Mrs.  E.  F. Wright;  Handicraft:   FirsJt,   Mrs*.   C.  day; second, Ernie Lowe ; third,  Mrs.^jJ. ?Peeyes��and Mrs. T.C.  : Jjalndity f' fourth,     Mrs."'' v'N:V;  Sergeiant;  W,eay,,ih^: First, Mrs Leeman;  \s^.cQhlfi':']!ift��:Fred-'?Fiisher\'t^iird,  Mrs. V. Rookes;  fourth,  Mrjs.  M. Mc.Caneej;"-'-.  Sp'eciaps^:/?. A:JR.   Reives  for  Swelet  Peals'.I Mrs.  A.- Smith;  Basket  cut Flowers/ "Wilson  Creek"; Onions. Mrs. F.Fisher;  Apples.    Mrs.    J.    Wyngaert;  Canned    Tomatoes.    Mrs.    E.  Johnson;    Cake.    Mrs.    Th'dr  Christeh!?'on;     Crochet    Table  Cloth.   Mrs.   E.   F,   Wright;  Plaee Mats woven (hand). Mrs.  Edje!;    Household c Tiexttilets  (woven).  Gibsonsi Garden Club Specials,  Mrs. A. Smith; for Sweet Peas.  Mrs. O. Geirsh; for Glads.  Specimen    Gladiolus:    A.R.  Reeves;    yX     '���?';��� v  (O^ntinuedKon page 3)  See Pall Pair Prizes  ?  Reuben  Stroshein  FEEDS  My Bank'  ���  ' r .  IS  Canada's  first Bank  Ht  Fertili  izers  Wilson  Creek  Phone 83-C  MY BANK'  to a mum CUUDIAK  B��m  Bank: ofMontreal  Call PA 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  GIBSONS  FREIGHT   LINES  OPERATED BY R. M. INGLIS  WORKING WITH CANADIANS  IN  EVERY WALK OF LIFE SINCE   1817  Gibsons Breach: THOMAS LARSON, Manager.  Sechelt (Sub-agency); Open Tuesday-and Thursday  Port Mellon (Sub-agency): Open Friday  tf&fej  Winners of this weeks  4 Theatre Tickets  ��� v  Alfred Williams, Sechelt  IVLrs. George Martin, Gibsons.  THE COAST NEWS  A  ���%        S \       V.v    -rf  *\ ������" .....��.��..  ftW   *     -WWWVWWT*'  Morepeople  drink  BURNETTS  than any other  Dry Gin  V  RIIRMFTU WHITE SATIN CM  BURNETT'S ">NDON dry gin  V  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor. Control Board or by trie Government of British Columbia.  New Shipment  AYNSLEY BONE CHINA CUPS & SAUCERS  in lovely gift patterns  FANCY MILK JUGS  TEAPOTS  95^ and up  75^ and up  CLEARANCE SALE  Moriamel  Mbfioseal  $1.75 A*-  $1.10 ���"&���  buy now and save  TURPENTINE       13 oz.   37<      26 oz.   50^,  unset Hardware  J. Wood J,  Oements  Phone 32 ��� Gibsons, B.C. Win.  McFADDEN  Optometrist  GIBSONS ��� *v  Phone Gibsons 91   ���  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Every day eseept Thurs.  Why go to Vancouver for  ODtical Service?  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES  DRUGS  FISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  "OUR GAJE. SUNDAY"-/ .c.:^  "Out Gal Sunday*' tell* th* colorful  atory of a marriage between-two people  from completely opposite worlds. Sunday's  search for happiness is the theme of this  dramatic day-time program.  Dial 980 Monday through  Friday at 2:45 p.m.  FIRST WITH THE NEWS  FALL FAIR PRIZES  (Continued from page 2)  6 Vegetable Collection: First,  Mr|sL Eric McCartney; secomd,  Wm.  Gilbert;  Group B 16 different kinds  of Vegetables: First, Mrs. C.  H. Chamberlin; second, Mrs.  J. Topolinski;  Most points in Fruits and  Vegetables, Mrs Len Allen;  Most poinjtls in E.F.G.  Women's Section: Mrs. Jean  Wyngaert;  ?M?ofct points in show: Mrs.  Jean Wyngaert;  Blue Ribboin Baking Powder  Biscuits: First, Mrs J. Carroll;  second, Mrs:. G. Corlett; third,  Mrs. C. H. Chamberlin; fourth,  Mrs. Josie Davies;  !Magic Baking Powder Iced  Layer Cake: First, Mrs Elsie  Johnson; second, Mrs. A.E.  Ritchey;  JUNIOR SECTION  Homiet-eooking under 14  yearfc: First, Donald Ritchey;  seerjid, Arlene McCartney,  third, May Reitze; fourth,  Orval Brumbaugh;  v Home-cooking over 14 years:  Firsfl. . Ruth Brumbaugh';  second, Dennis Carroll; Special  on Cake Ruth Brumbaugh;  Open Flowers!, up to 16  years: First, Joanna Ritchey;  sieicond, John Corleitt Jr.; third,  Sharoh McCartney; fourth,  Arlene McCartney; and Winston Robinson;  Open Vegetables, up to 16  years: First, Arlelne McCarjt-  n&y; second, Steve Holland;  third, John Corilttt Jr.  Junior Fruit: First, Michael  McCartney; second, Sharon  McCartney; third, Donald  Ritchey; Special,. Donald  Ritchey;  Hobbies: Firtft, sieccpd and  third, Billy Ja'ckson; and  Special on Airplane.  First and second, Donald  Ritchey.  v^:;?First;r<  and-   sfecond,    Dell  -Riteney..v y  First, Stephen Read.  Second and third Charmayne  Adams.  First,  Barbara  Knowles.  SUNSHINE JUNIOR  POULTRY CLUB  First Trio, Joanna Ritchey;  Second Trio, Donald Tre-  theway; Third Trio, Betty  Smith; Fcprth Trio, Doris  Farnham; First Best Cockerel,  Doris Farnham; Second Best  Cockerel Joanna! Ritchey '���. First  iJ'*��*d.''+'.*"'~  Seagrams Crown Royal  Seagram's V.O.  Seagrams "83v  Seagrams Kings Plate  Seagram's Special Old  This adverfisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Gonvrol Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  B��f*t Pullet, Donafld .Tretheway;  Second Be|-# ?Pulleit, Joanna  Ritchey.  Cup: Joanna Rjtchey;  Open Poultry: First, Donald  Tretheway; and Cup, donated  by Gann/ery C'ornter. Seclond,  C. Christensc(n; third, Mrs.  Jean Wyngaert; fourth, Miss  L. Farnham; Special best' bird  light breed, Mrs. J. Wyngaert;  Special best pullet light breed,  Mrs. J. Wyngaert; Special  best cockerel light breed, Miss  L. Farnham; Special best bird  heavy  breed,   C.   Christenson;  JUNIOR GARDEN CLUB  Under 12 years, First Janet  (McDonald;    l-fecond,    Kathie  Holland; third, Louis D 'Aoust;  fourth, Linda Coates and Helen  Thursday Augia-.it, 28, 1952 The Coast News  3  Malyea;  Over  12  years: -First,  Dennis  Carroll; second,  Norma Kari;  Best garden : Dennis Carroill;  Best potatoes: Kathie  Holland; *  Best in flowers:  Janet McDonald  and   Loujis   D'Aoust;  Best in vegetable: Dennis  Carroll; and Janet McDonald ;  Cup donated by Mr. A.H.  Peppa'r, Dennb Carroll;  Cup donated by Board of  Trade for 16 different kinds  of vegetables: won by Mrs. C.  H. Chamberlin.  Cup donated by Farmer's  Institute for mos;i? points in  fruits and vegetables: won by  Mrs. Len Allen.  FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS  PHONE: GIBSONS 76W  Mrs E. Nestman  IMMEDIATE SERVICE  ave you seen  the New  8.2 cu it.  INTERNATIONAL  HARVESTER  REFRIGERATOR  $329.75  Howe Sound  Trading Co.  Phone Gibsons 39  IS  ^>>>>>vxs^J>  In six years, the average cost of residential power  in the Sechelt District has been reduced 51 per cent  from 11.2^ per kwh tr> 5.5^, despite rising prices for  almost all other commodities and services.  During the same period, average monthly consumption of electricity for residential service more  than doubled, increasing from 30 kwh to 78 kwh per  month.  These facts are among many such interesting  things described in the Commission's recently-  released  SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT  Copies of this comprehensive, illustrated report  may be obtained by writing to: The Secretary,  B.C. Power Commission,'BciX 550, Victoria, B.C.  Power Means Progress!  B RITIS H   COLUMBIA  pOWER COMMISSION  =M-m  Scribblers  of all  types  Loosefeaf Binders  Looseleaf  Refills  .rayons  Pencils,     Erasers,     Pens,   *Ink;  Paints,     Geometry sets,  Lunch Pails  Ml hi) 510 & 15  BAL'S BLACK, GMSPS  aste.  �� r  ��  product  distinguished  of the  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY  Co. Ltd.  esdskTashi  EXPORT  CANADIAN WHISKY  OlSTlLtIO   MATUBCD  *NO IOTTHOinMmO  V��Df�� ��"( su��r*ViS<0�� 0'  **l MHAOIAN  GOVIHNMlNt  1S<  1  EXPORT  THE BRITISH  COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY  CO. LTD  NIW   WISTMINSri*.   t.c.  BCB-I-O*  &    '���    This advertisement 4>  is not published or displayed by  rithe Liquor Control Board or by the  Government of British Columbia  teams get together in friendly  games."  ���  CONGRATULATIONS   and   Best   Wishes   to   the  Sechelt Bowing Alley on the occasion of the grand  opening  Sechelt Automotive Service  ��  -    -                            ������ -������ :���-Tr���  \ff^  UNION SPECIALS  FULL RANGE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES  Hcpalong Cassidy Lunch Kits  ....  complete   $3.75  Looseteaf Fillers, Ink Scribblers Pencil Scribblers,  lined and unlined. Music Dictation Books. Crayons,  Reinforcements, Paste, Erasers, Ink, Reeves Water  Colors, Pencils, Pens, Rulers, etc  SEE OUR DRYGOODS DEPARTMENT  for Children's Clothes for school openmg.  YOUR RED AND WHITE STORE  Union General Store  Phone Sechelt 18  Monday will mark a milestone in the history of Sechelt when  ��he new Sechelt Bowling Alleys throw open their doors to the  public at 2 o'clock. The eight gleaming new alleys in the ultra  modern building are the latest in eityling and gives the district  an assjelt which very few towns outside the metropolitan areas  will have. No expensie has been, spared in giving the area a recreation centre of which it can^be proud even ten or fifteen years  f roll now. '   ��� . '��� ��� Included in the building is a  coffee bar where the players  may rest and enjoy' refreshment. The coffee bar, however,  will be open to non-players and  to passen-iby as well.  The  building   opens  to   the  general  public  for  play  at  2  o'clock,    and   Mr.    and    Mrs.  Crucil    expect    that    a    good  crowd will be out to christen  the premises. At four o'clock,  Brunswick, Balke and Collen-  der Co;mpany, the firm which  installed  the . ajll|ey wayr^   will  have   two   expert   bpwlers   on  hand  for exhibitioni  bowling.  Wilson    Construction    Company  of Vancouver  were the  contractors fofc* the building.  Ltjagues are now being forin-  ��� ed   for  regular   games  during  the winter months, and Information  may; h\e. obtained   by  calling at the alleys. For those  without  bowling  shotes,  there/  is a shoe  rental booa.h in  the  building.  Lighting, furniture, and the  inside decorations of the. stru-  tui'e are pleaant and modern  in .every respect. The entire  Peninsula greets with pleasure  the opening of the big building.  Ernie Pearson, president of  the Sechelt- Board of Trade,  told the Coast News that we  are justly proud of the- new  building.  "It is well constructed, with  no expensfe, spared to make a  smart locking buildin," he  said. "I feel it will fill a need  here in giving some of us  something to do during. the  winter months. It will also  serve to create,1 a more friendly  feeling   on   the   Peninsula   as  MWmm  owl ing  Leagues are now being formed  for the season's play  Bowling Shoes on sale at Tasella Shoppe  Shoes rented at the Bowling Alley  Coffee shop on the premises  Make it a DATE!  Everybody Welcome  CONGRATULATIONS TO  The Sechelt Bovvling  From  BRUNSWICK BALKE COLLENDER  COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED  f  .:��..  GO BQWUNg  Come on Mum and Dad," round up  the brood and. really show them  you're hot so old after all!  Bowling���the all-weather sport  ���is the- finest health preserver  in town. You'll really get all the  thrills when you? bring your  family into our smooth, gleaming  lanes. Every comfort and convenience for your bowling" pleasure.  Sechelt  Bowling  Alley  * Try the new Brunswick Range Finder. Make bowling easy. You, too/can roll-high  scores. -  * Use^ihe newest style curved sfetjtees.  * TEL-E-FOUL installed for your bowling pleasure. life automatically indicates a foul  by a bowljer. _  * The Brunswick masking units and concealed lighting effect protects the bowlers eyes  and gives better bowling conditions.   ..  * The manager will make it! a pleasure for you and your leagues to bowl at Sechelt...  THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COI^ OF CANADA, LIMITED  'World's Largesit Manufacturers  '"    .. ���������:''��� '- '���;'��������'      ���    :' v :     ;    * ���  BOWLING and BILLIARD  Equipment  .   " ���'      ' ���    /   ��� Cohgatulations to the  chelt Bow!bit  for their faith in the  future of the Peninsula  Sechelt  Thursday Augugt 28, 1952  The Coast News  Park  er s  Hard  ware  Sechelt, B.C  By ARIES  Well the joke was on thei  Sechelt Ladies Baseball team  ���Their knees had been knocking  -together all wlefek expecting to  meet the NORVAN Girlisi team  for a play off game on Sunday  in the School grounds. The  "Girls" < arrived powdjered,  rouged and dressed up fit to  kill; and who do you suppose  they were? The Porpoise Bay  FUmbleft's and a few others who  snitched in ��� all men, most o|f  them husbands of: the Sechelt  girls. What a game! What  Hilarity. The "girls" 200 lb.  pitcher was none other than  Frank Wajlker. Who Rsays men  can't keiep'a secret?. Who won?  Well that's a secret too!  Wishing the (hcils  "V  Every Success In  Their Jew Venture  :yy^ >%^"i-\i^-'^ '<''"���';'  The New Sechelt Bowling Alleys Built by Wilson Construction Co. Ltd.  Congratulations  From  Construction  Co. Ltd.  General Contractors  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.  Henderson at Rock Cojitage are  Mr. and Mrs. J. Glover with  Janet and Donald, coming here  from Vancouver. Also spending a few days with the  Henderson's were Mr. and Mrs.  S. Borno and son, Kenny down  frofn  Sechelt' Inlet.  Returning to Seattle were Mr.  and Mrs Rod Rosb with daughter Malinda and Mr. and Mrs.  Paul Boaudoin and daughter  Shelly. They had a very enjoyable vacation' here.  Mrs. R.D. Cooke is in Van-  c ouv!e,r for a few days with  daughters Derolyn and Susan.  Returning home with them to  Vancouver was Jackie Stratton  who has bjeen thft gfei^t of  Darolyn Cooke for several  weeks. The girls will noAv be  getting ready for boarding  school this fall.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Youngson  are in Campbell River visiting  their daughter Betty.  We are asked to notify the  W.A. to the Canadian Legion  Sechelt that the first meeting  will be on September 9, usual  time. 1:30  ^t*t&/f>?zy 7u?&e, f  This advertisement is not published  displayed by the Liquor Control Board  by  the  Government of  British  Columb  or  or  ia.  CONGRATULATIONS  From  CHRIS'S VARIETY SHOPPE  ���    Sechelt, B.C.  The Sechelt Bowling Alley is indeed an asset to our  community and we join in wishing it success.  Sechelt Service Store  ?",,;-,, '':'���;���'.. sends  .  Congratulations and best wishes to the Crucils and  to the new Sechelt Bowling Alley.  Here's Wishing them  SUCCESS  To the Sechelt Bowling Alleys:  MAY YOU  BOWL 'EM OVER!  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  Phone Sechelt 60  3659 Main Street Vancouver  Phone  Fa 1172  ... and may we add our  Best Wishes for Success  E CO A j.he Coast News    Thursday AugiKjt 28, 1952  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  HALFMOON   BAY  Lumber  Cut  to  Your Specifications  ��� Phone Halfmoon Bay 7-Z ���  Call us now for chimney cleaning, oil burner servicing  and cleaning before winter. We also repair furnaces and  stoves. ANYWHERE ON THE PENINSULA  Used ranges and drums for sale; stands made to order.  Dealers for Kemac Oil Burner  C. & S. OIL BURNER SALES & SERVICE  Sechelt 74  Light Bulldozing or  Front-End Loading  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Conrad Oviatt  Gibsons 7-U  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control  Board or by the Government of British Columbia  Back To School  Supplies  Keystone Exercise Books  Economy Exercise Books  Reeves Water Color Paints  4   for   39^  6   for   25^  79^  FREE GRAB BAG, value \QC to $1.00  with every $1,00 Purchase of school  supplies  $4.95   up  $1.89   up  COMPARE THESE PRICES ANYWHERE  Zipper Binders  Refills for all looseleafs  Lunch Kits, with or without thermos  A full line  of school supplies, Pencils,  Crayons,  Erasers, Scrapbcpks, etc, etc.       ���  A FULL LINE OF BOYS AND GIRLS CLOTHING  FOR FALL WEAR  GIBSONS 510-15 cent STORE  A few steps from the Post Office.  "get togethers", as well  Gibsons Briefs  Roy Fountain'of Erie Pen-  sylvania, and W." Flack and  Paul Fojmtain of Yakima,  Washington, were visitors last  week at the home of the latter's  father-inj-iaw, Rev. Bufthfield  for a few days fitjhing.  Mrs. Dora Benn and daughter  Carol-and son Wray spent a  pleasant ten days at Surrey  and the Island recently.  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allan  enjtertained m^:-m:bfers of; (the  Friendly group of the United  Church WA- at their home,  BiejLvedere CcfcitJage^ Soames  Point, at a ferewell party last  Thursday honoring Mrs. ?Frank  Around  Murdoch's  By Elsa  Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Daly have  been up for a; few days, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy ail  Murdoch. Some god|I fishing  was enjoyed by Mr. Daly, who  was (I noticed,) always accompanied by dog Dusty, he must  like fishing too!. We hope Mr.  Daly, who is recuperating from  ,an illness, goes back feeling  much better.  Talking of fish, Doug Parke��  landed a nice 25 lb. salmon the  other evening.  Mrs. W.F. Read of Vancouver is visiting' her daughter,  Mrs. G. Phillips.  On Tuesday evening Mrsi. J.  Leith invited the; Ladies to a  "bingo party". We oil had a  good time and midnight came  far too soon. We enjoy these,  little  as the afternojon teas.  The next, morning Mrs Cecil  Hunter returned to Vancouver  after a two week, visit' with  Mrs. B. Warden.  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Leith and  daughter Bobby came1 up on  Friday nights boat for the  Regatta.  Port Mellon  Briefs  Bj�� Mrs. Swan  The local union has asked the  Women V:( Service club to sponsor the crowning of the ?Pulp  Queen on Liabor Day. Annette  Marleau   will   he  crowned   by  retiring;  qu'eem Kjirslfcen  Lien.  ?Miaids   of v honor   are   Donna  Harris,     Eileen    Schiedigger;'  i flower girls are Gail Gregairi  . and    Sharon    Harrop;    while  little   Jimmy   Boa   is   crown  bearer.  A big hello and welcome  back tcj Mr. and Mrs. J. Gild-  roy vusfr'fing- their daughter,  Mrs. Bursey. Mrs. H. Stewart's  father and mother, jMr. and  Mrs. Powell of Powell River,  were here for a few days last  week. Mr. and Mrs. F.A.  Charters were up from ViaU-  couver ,to< visit their daughter  and i:|on-in-law Dot and Jimmy  Carlson, and, of cojurse the  twins, Pat and Jimmy.  The Jack Boas have had a  busy summer trying to keep  up with their visitors. Their  sisters have been here from the  prairies and from as far east  as Detroit. The seven sister*  spent last.week end in Vancouver visiting with their  mother who i& over 80 years  elf age.  Mr. and Mrs. J. McGhie were  away on holidays visiting the  family in Vancouver, and on  the Island. -  I noticed the Stray horn  family hurrying to catch the  boat to take their youngsters  to the exhibition in Vancouver..  The tennis  courts  are  nofw  finished and racqueti* have been ''\  in full swing.  Bushfield who leaver with her  husband   this   week   for   ten  months   in.   Vancouver.    Mrs.  English, leader of the  group,  presented  the  guest of honor  wifth    a    beautiful    cup    and  saucer,  Mrs. Allan expressing  -good wishes with a few well-  chosen remarks to which ?Mrs.  Bushfield' responded;.   Special  guests  at  the  tea hour  were  Rev.   and  Mrs.  H.U.   Oswald,  Rev. F. Bushfield,. and ?Rev. A.  J. Bievan. Mrs Helen Mathews  Swangard, of Oregon, assisted  the hostess in serving. During  Mr. and Mrs, Bushfield's residence in Vancouver, their home  will be occupied by Mrs. Violet  Mactaen and two young daughters, of Hunt Road, Surrey.  Mir. (and Mrs. Allan jLeith  are spending a few days with  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper and  family at Granthams ^Landing.  Mr. William AdLard of Kim-  berly is spending a few days  holidaying in Gibsons.  NOW IN THE  NEW  .QUARTER  PACK   *  Are you  BUILDING?  We can supply men and  material for any job  Carpenters  Plumbers  Electricians  Painters  Sechelt  Building Supplies  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  I  Special Student Lunches  and complete school supplies  at the  OPPOSITE THE HIGH SCHOOL  Gibsons  Subject to consent of the Public UtiUties Commission  the undersigned proposes to alter the bus Time Schedule  effective September 28, 1952. Copies of the proposed  Timei Sichjedules are posted at the bus terminals in Vancouver and Sechelt, also on the wharf at Gibsons, for  inspection.  Any objections may be filed with the Superintendent  of Hotter Carriers, Vancouver, on or before September  18,1952.  Sechelt Motor transport  yjy.  See us for your  uirements  Lumber ��� Rough, Common/ and Finish,  Plywood and Mouldings,  Sash and Doors, \     '���  Wallboards of all types and sizes  Roofing,      Brick,      Tile, I  Paint,      Plumbing,      Hardware,  Millwork,       and      Sander Rental.  LOWEST PRICES  BEST SERVICE  CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED  a*  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES Ltd  ��� Telephone Gibsons 53 ��� Smitty s Boat Rental  Rowboats ��� Powerboats ��� Bait ��� Tackle  ~ Fishing Information -���  Next to Wharf ��� Gibsons  .-?��� i ���'  Briggs <& Straff on  Sales & Service  HARRY SMITH ��� Phone Gibsons 28  The Coast News 7  Thursday August 28, 1952  usiness and Professional  t  DIRECT  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Agents for  RCA Victor Records  Columbia Records  Frigidaire Ranges and  Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ,��� Phone Gibsons 32  BLASTING  Rocks ��� Blasting ���- Roadbuildirig  JACK CAMPBELL  BLASTING  '   5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  ��� FRaser 3831 ���  ,   Fully   Licensed.  All  Experienced  Men.  BEER BOTTLES  Will  call  and  buy for  rash,  beer  bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls  made   at. intervals  from  Hopkins to .Irvine's Landing  R. H. STROSHEIN  Wils��n Creek.  GLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners  for the Sechelt  Peninsula.  ��� Phones ���  Gibsons 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  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 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  SECHELT CARTAGE  M.   HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  r ; We haul anything, anywhere,  anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  HARDWARE  KNOWLES SERVICE  JHARDWARE  Phone 33 ��� Gibsons B. C.  Builders' Hardware  Paint ��� Plumbing  ��� Appliances -r  Complete Installation  Maintenance Service V  DELIVERIES  TO ALL POINTS  KINDERGARTEN  STRATFORD  KINDERGARTEN  at  STRATFORD   CAMPSITE  Roberts Creek  Residential and Day Pupils  Opens September 15th  H. Galliford ��� R.R. 1, Gibsons  ���    Phone 22 A  GIBSONS    -  KINDERGARTEN  Reopening  Sept.  8, 1952  Information -��� Miss W.M. New  or   Coast   News  Telephone from  Sept. 1.  Gibsons 64 S 4  MACHINISTS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res: 58  NOTARY PUBLIC  fj. JOHN COLERIDGE  ���  Gibsons ���>  Office 37 Res. 116 W  OIL BURNERS  C & S OIL BURNERS  SALES and  SERVICE  W.  Swain D. Currie  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  Cleaned  used ranges for. sale  AUTHORIZED'KEMAC DEALERS  '    ���. Sechelt 74^���-  PLUMBING  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies __ Fixtures  Service  SECHELT BUILDING  SUPPLIES  RADIO  Sechelt Radio & Electrical  Appliance Service'  Radio and Refrigeration Repairs  W. G. FORTT  Telephone Sechelt 25 J  REAL ESTATE and"  INSURANCE .'v   .-,;  JOHN COLERIDGE  A&ENCIES  Gibsons   and  District's   Only  Full  Time Real Estate and Insurance  Office Since 1948.  Phone Gibsons 37  SECOND HAND STORE  Hardware ��� China  Tools ���- Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine -*��. Books  WE BUY   TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  TYPEWRITERS  Typewriter Sales and Service  ^Remington Rand Agents  . 48-hour service  Colin Wingrave       Granth.79L  ie   3noW. ..  The Cecil B. DeMille circus  epic, which made such a hit  in Giibsons rec;enttly, .wlill be;  eihfcwjrag: fn Stecheljt' on September 1, 2, and 3. The picture,  "The Greatest Show on Earth"  brings the circu/j rings on the  screen for a closenip picture  of circus acts and circus life.  LEGALS  LAND  ACT  Notice of Intention to apply to  Purchase Land  In the Land Recording District  of Vancouver and Situate about  one mile West of Elphinstone  School and about two miles East  of Wilson Creek. TAKE NOTICE  that Leslie Warren Swanson of  627 Forest Street, Bellingham,  Washington, occupation Comptroller, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  Lands;  Commencing at a post planted  at the South East Corner of Lot  6213, Thence North to North East  Corner; Thence East 20 chains  more or less; Thence Souch 2(1  chains more or less; Thence West  20 chains more or less and contain,  ing 40 acres more or less.  NEW SIN&LE BRUM DQWAEY  Ideal for ��3��ont Winch, etc.    $g5f) ����  See us for truck tires, bakeries, cable, etc.  Special prices to loggers  Chuck's Motors & Weldinj  ��� Phone Sechelt 54-W ���  The Coast News  CLASSIFIED  FOR SALE  i'  Leslie Warren Swanson  Dated July 8. 1952  /     LEGAL  LAND ACT  In the Recording District of  Vancouver and in ��� the vicinity of  D.L. 1425, Group 1, N.W.D. Cape  Cockburn, Nelson Island.  Take notice that Louis Harry  Roberts of Billings Bay. Retired.  Intends to apply for permission to  purchase the .following described  land:  Commencing at a post 20 chains  East from the S.E. corner of D.L.  X1425; thenpe? ^East' iabout-30~ chains  along the shore; therice North 20  chains; tthence West 30 chains;  South to shore.  Containing 40 acres more or less.  Dated August 21, 1952  LOUIS  HARRY   ROBERTS  PUBLIC HEARING  ZONING BYLAW  A Public Hearing will be held in  the Municipal Hall, Gibsons, B.C.,  at Two o'clock in the afternoon of  Tuesday, September 9th, 1952, to  hear any persons who. deem themselves to be affected by a proposed  amendment to Zoning Bylaw No.  90, 1951, whereby it is proposed  that the building, . installation,  operation and use of cold storage  and locker facilities shall be permitted within "B" Business and  Residential District. A copy of the  proposed amending bylaw may be  " inspected at the office of thje Municipal Clerk on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays from One  o'clock to Four o'clock in the  afternoon.  ROBERT BURNS  Clerk ,to the Corporation  of Gibsons Landing.  NOTICE  To Electors,  Village of Gibsons Landing.  Nominations will be held in the  Municipal Hall,. ���GGibsons, B.C.,  from ten o'clock am. to twelve  noon on the sixth day of September,  1952, to elect a Village Commissioner t cmplete the term ending  Decmber 31st., *1952.  : Nominations shall be in the form  prescribed by Elections Bylaw;  such* forms may be obtained from  the Municipal Clerk.  Balloting, if required, will.be held  In the Municipal Hall, Gibsons, 3.  C. on the thirteenth day of September, 1952, from nine o'clock a  m. to seven o'clock p.m.  ROBERT BURNS  Returning  Officer.  4   Room   House   for   sale   in   the  Orchard, Sechelt.  $2500 Terms.  Chuck  Blanchard.  Phone 54W.  tfn.  SHOES ��� Closing out sale with  all shoes (except running shoes)  going at reduced prices. Drop in  and look around. Anderson's Shoes,  Gibsons.  Alder  wood,   $10.50   per   cord;   Fir  wood $11.50  per  cord,  delivered.  E. McCartney.  R.R.  1.,  Gibsons,  Phone 20 L tfn.  Furnished new 3_roomed house, full  plumbing, large lot. convenient  location. Apply W. A. Youngson,  Sechelt. tfn  Beautiful ' Peruvian Solid Silver  Jewellery, imported direct from  Peru. Ideal for gifts. For sale at  reduced prices. Apply Monday to  Friday, 1 to 3 p.m. Mrs E Propp  Gibsons.  Modern Well Built- two bedroom  home, close in Gibsons, completely  furnished, good view, only $5000  on terms.  Totem Realty.  Gibsons.  16 ft. Factory Built mahogany speed  boat, nickle trim, Kapock cushions,  Jeep motor, overhauled, with new  Rings and Bearings. Jim Neycombe,  Box 36 Sechelt, B.C. 35  Fireco Coal and wood stove, white  enamel, year old, $150. Mrs* G. Hill,  Gibsons.   Telephone   78  . 34  Six?.rpom house on one and a half  'acrfes^'-Pembroke' fbatfir66m, complete with shower; electricity.  Good value at $3500. Mrs.s R. M.  Smith, corner Sechelt Highway and  Pratt Road. 35  6   Hens,   or   more,   at   $1.00  each  (approx.  4  lbs.   each)   live  weight  at farm. Order now for delivery up  to Oct.  1, ��52      W.H. Palmer  Phone   Gibsons   20 R. 35  Pour roomed house on five acres;  chicken houses^ five minutes to  school, store, bus. Full plumbing,  electricity. Must be sold, see George  Elander   R.R.I.   Gibsons 35  Good family home, well built,  attractive location on pavement in  Gibsons, right across from beach,  splendid opportunity for board and  room, good view, only $1750 down.  Totem  Realty,  Gibsons, B.C.  One  WHITE Logging  Truck,  year  1935, single action, dual tires with  sub frame and bunk. $1,000.00  One Mercury engine, without trans,  mission $100.00.  One Hesrcules engine, large size  $50.00. Apply Henry Harris, East  Pender R.R.1 Halfmoon Bay.  34  Million dollar view, very attractive  location in Gibsons. Modern two  bedroom home, many built in  features, only $5250. Totem Realty  TROLLER 30X.8X4, in first class  condition throughout. Gurdys etc.  Heavy duty 8 Easthope, $2,000.00.  Apply Box 18 Coast News, Gibsons  B.C.  Compact two bedroom home ���  magnificent view, on road and  water, $3200, H.C. Nicholson Pender  Harbour. 34  38 ft. Cabin Boat, suitable for camp  teriderv or pleasure, four berths,  toilet, and galley, marine motor.  Boat can. be seen at Porpoise Bay  Mill, or write Box 36 Sechelt, B.C.  Price reasonable 35  Owing to having other interests  in Albsrtai, which compel us to move.  We: offer for saj!e the following1  properties.  5 Roomed Bungalow. 4 Roomed  Cottage. 1 Cabin, lovely garden, fruit  trees, etc. all water front property  "Bryn - Mawr."  Also furniture and household goods  etc. Fishing rods and gear etc. at  reasonable prices. 1     30 ft. Troller  Boat, "KAY" $450.00. One rowboat  $20.00. One Woodboss Power Chain-  saw, almost new. One battery radio,  one  mantel   radio,   110   volt.   One  ladies  bicycle,, one  small  gasoline  radiant,   one   . washing \ machine,  (electric),  and many other goods.  Apply   C.  Williams,   'Bryn   Mawrr,  Bay Road, Headlands, Gibsons.  tfn.  LOST  Ladies gold Bulova wrist watch at  Pender Harbour dance following  Regatta. Finder please coutact Mrs.  L.D. Miliigan, Egmont, B.C.  35  On Sechelt Highway, fender skirt  for late model Chevrolet. Reward.  Contact Sunset Hardware.  Pair of blue plastic-rimmed glasses,  vicinity of Municipal Wharf Reward  Box 6 Coast News.  ! 35  FOR  RENT  Special Winter Rates. Fully furnish:  ed, electric range,  oil heat. From  Sept. 2. Ridgeway Motels,  Gibsons  I 36  Two Bedroom Cottage, partly furnished, good location. Apply B.P.  Long, Roberts Creek.  AH Electric furnished cottage at  Winter Rates. H.B. Gordon, Serhelt,  phone 53J.  WORK WANTED        ~  Spray and Brush Painting; also  paper hanging. J. Melhus. Phone  Gibsons 33. tfn  Dave Gregerson ��� Licenced Electrician. Madeira Park. Pender Harbour, tfn  WATCH REPAIR ��� All types of  watches and jewelry repaired. Reliable, fast, efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt. tfn oa *. ��** -f ^ ^ VOW ��� B  2��l**i  ;����3  ii  Home Oil Distributors  Phone 30-M and 97 J  Sfechelt,  USED TRUCKS  40 INTERNATIONAL PICK-UP  42 DODGE PANEL   lots of miles left  40 FARGO PICKUP   new motor  42 FORD   Army 4X4   good mo$or  295.00  295.00  495.00  595.00  48 THAMES PANEL  lots of room with economy     595.00  47 REO   2J/a ton flat deck real value     795.00  48 FORD PICKUP 795.00  51 FORD PICKUP onlyi 8,000 miles    1595.00  51 MERCURY  flat deck, 3 ton,   for heavy work   1795.00  USED CARS  38 FORD SEDAN  295.00  Why Walk?  38    CHEVROLET COACH  from Victoria, one owner *    595.00  47 CHEVROLET SEDAN  Radio>  Header, new paint   1195.00  48 DODGE SEDAN  new paint,     a perfect car   1295.00  Save on this one  BRAND NEW 1952 CHEVROLET 1,000 MILES  ��** $250.����  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd.  "The name that means a good deal."  PHONE  WILSON   CREEK   5-S  lour Peninsula General Motor Dealers  8 The Coast News  Thursday Augudt 28, 1952  AGAMEMNON BA5T ROAD  (Continued from page 1)  of Jervis Inlet providing the  government will re-imburse  them. !Thus thiei link could be  established and traffic started  to flow. All this would have an  electric effect on the. coast and  ammeasurabtle aid tfo its development.  Improvment to the existing  roads must, oif course, be provided for. This could be bud-  g'eitfield and planned for over  a) five-year period. Residents  would know thiat improvements  were proceeding at an orderly  rate and would be content to  await their turn. Surely a  capital ojutla'y of 1.6 percent of  the total road program of the  province is not too much to ask.  Perry wharfs will be built  this year, Mr. Paulin tells me.  ffhe ferry, itself, is ready and  waiting.  This wholjsl affair points to  the necessity of a Highway  Co^nmission    similar    to    the  Power   Commisisiion   that . can  plan ahead on thesie matters.  The  commission would  build  roads for public need; not foir  political advantage.  Gower v  Gleanings  By GYPSY TOWERS  Io:la King spending her holidays with her parents Mr. and  Mrs. Mitch King up Honeymoon Lane, taking her mother  back to Vancouver to.take in  the P.N.E..and visit friends.  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chasjler  contemplating a tour of Vancouver Island. Mrs. Dawson  coming adong slowly -while  -Bill becomes more proficient  with the rolling pin and flour  every day. .  And so the summer goes and-  with it the summer visitors who  have made merry our beaches  and stores...  Still going: strong at the- Jim  Dykes - granddaughter Mr%. E.  P. Burns Kith her twin daughters, Sharon and Charliene o|f  Chilliwack enjoying their first  visit to the? Point.  Pat Marston of Vancouver  visiting the J.D. Smith's who  put on a .Scottish Hop in her  honor. Walter Wilson up to  start the trek for home of his  family who have been spending  the summer at Duporth, while  Mrs. R.S. Hodge enjoys a' week <  of peace and quiet from the  social whirl of the City.  m-  4  1 '  Calling All Fishermen  Help the local committee to make the First  8  Gibsons Annual Fishing Derby  a big success  Derby Special  10% Off All  TACKLE to  Derby Entrants  We are pleased to of$er the following  special prizes:  For the biggest Salmon by a Sunshine  Coasitv resident, A LANDENG NET  For the biggest Salmon by a local, Junior  (under 16), CHOICE OF SALMON  PLUGS IN STOCK  -Knowles  Phone 33  Gibsons, B.C.;  ESSA^T CONTEST  DEADLINE THIS WEEK  \    _   ���- .  TIlq Coast News essay contest  deiadlme for the under 12 years  of age claBS comes up this weekend. Next month we will be  holding an essay contest. for  students between 12 years and  14 years of age inclusive.  The Coast News reserves the  right to cancel the presentation  of the prize in any class if  entries^are too few.  Felicitations' ere in order for  ?Mr. Prank Hewer, who, on  August 18, celebrated his 90th  birthday.  TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY  FOR    SALE    ABC      Spin    dry  washer;    clothes    spun   semi-<iry;  no lost buttons; no danger wringer;  Excellent condition. $75.00  Phone Gibsons, 7H  ��   FOR "SALE. Used. Singer Sewing  Machine, as new, with Light and  Extra Attachments. Price $110.00  Phone Gibspns'102W  FOR RENT 4 room house. Selma  Park. Apply, Totem Realty.  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  .1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� TAtlow 1954 ���  Date Pad,  r -.������.- .-    /  Aug. 30 ��� 31 ���Sept. 1 ��� Gibsons  Annual Salmon Derby. Register>-at  Smitty's Boat Rentals ��� Starting  time 5 aim. Saturday August 30.  Come on fellows here is your chance  - ELEVEN PRIZES ��� Why not  get one? prove your fishing ability  and have lots of fun.  Aug. 30 ��� Gibsons, Big Fishing  Derby Dance. r  Aug. 31 ��� Gibsons, Fishing Derby  Dinner ��� 9 p.m.  Sept. 5 ��� Gibsons.Quarterly meet,  ing of St. Bartholomew's 'W-Af.  at 2 pjn.  Sept. 8 ��� Gibsons. Monthly meeting of Farmer's Institute in Institute Hall, at 8 p.m-  SPECIAL ��� Anyone having baskets sponsored by Local Association  Gibsons Girl Guides and Brownies  please contact Mrs. Sergant. Gibsons,  phone 36 J  Each week we will feature a real  good buy ��� it will pay you to check  these as they  appear.      THIS WEEK'S FEATURE BUY  33 acres with 3,000 ft. frontage,  Main Road, Soaines Point. It's a  steal at $25,00.00      '  ���- the. ���  Totem  Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  Notice to Students  School opens on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd,  at the usual opening hour, for registration and  distribution of books. Regular classes commence  on Wednesday, September 3rd.  The Board of School Trustees  Sechelt District No. 46.  SUCRE LUMBER CO. LTD.  Saw Mill and Planer  North; Road, Gibsons,        Phone 82  Good Quality  SHIPLAP,       LUMBER,       TIMBER;  in Fir and Cedar  To Ouir Patrons  OWING TO THE FILM STRIKE WJE ARE UNABLE  TO BOOK PICTURES AHEAD. HOWEVER, WE  "  EXPECT TO HAVE A GdOD SHOW EVERlT NIGHT  AT BOTH THEATRES.  SECHELT:      Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,  September     1,   2,   and   3,       "  Cecil B. DeMille's big circus story  ��"THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH"  ifesoos Theatre ^r Sechelt Theatre

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