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 TT^trximTi^3ri-X5r��r  Victoria,  B.  Co  Phone your news o_r  orders to  Seventh Year of Publication  Thursday, August 13, 1953   Vol. 7 ��� 32   Published in GIBSONS, B.C.       Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  '" (  Rt. HON. jtC^UIS S. ST. t.AURENT  The Rt. Hon. Lo^is St. Laurent was returned in his owni rid-  im�� of Quebec East, and for the second term will be Canada's Prime)  * ^wiste^ have 'so large a majority in the House for  fOhjis 1��__^ with 22 fewer Liberals than in) 1949. The overaHmaj-  ' ipj^ ^ substantial one, however, arid Indicates  " yy? 'r':-PG;:50i;K:;CCP.:^3-y:&  COAST ^CAPILANO  In! Coast Capilano,J the Hon. Silverton^ the Social Credit can-  jJaimes    Sinclair    is 4 again the didate. With only three outlying  choice of thev voters, ?by almostj polls to be counted, the figures  85 percent more thaai his near- are; Sinclair (L) 10, 433; Silver-  est coir^etitor,  Mr.-^ErnestG, (ton (SC) 5503; Bryce (CCF) 4520  JAMES  SINCLAI-V  Liberal  McArthur  (PC-  2162;   McBwemi  (LPP)  588.  Mr.  Sinclair states?  that he will continue as Fish--  jeriess Minister, that he has no��  eyes for the Ministry of Finance--  -y*?L��*v#*Nt*f "AS*  POLLS  m^^0^!^yyy-y ,-���-,,;WV  ims-:*- ������������   ��������������� ���  ��  $. '^y  v    23rd. accorjdin^ JtoJ|  ���'JapS Air ^rcev^  3J76L' There wSll^  represent^  aiives o�� both Provincials and  Dc^ninipn  Cofrnmand  on 'nand'!���*  tjtiat Sunday.   �� , ,.,  Power Failure  Causes Gri  y.  The Sechelt Peninsula was  gloomy on Friday u,last, when a  power failure, cause unknown at  the moment of writing, stopped  local activities. '  Not having been advised that  the power would be off, machine  shops, service stations* bakeries  and even the Coast News print  shop were caught unawares. No  . preparations having been made,  grocery and meat shops, as well  as householders, were heard to  complain bitterly.  jSTot only in Sechelt and Gibsons, and intervening "territory,  was the wailing heard.  , Another power, failure in  Horseshoe. Bay kept the Blackball  Ferry late all morning, phone  messages did not penetrate the  silence, and generally the area  lost many hours of work.  Pender Harbour  Regatta  {Final arrangements for the  Aquatic Club's big event, the  Regatta, have been' completed.  This year, according to the committees and organizers, Will be  the best spectacle yet.  Outside entries and competition! are welcomed wholeheartr  edly. Last year, Redrooffs and  Ha-fmooh Bay 4n particular sent  up several contestant's who enjoyed the competitions, and  whose contributions to the days  events Were happily received.:  That they captured several of  the trophies added to the success  of the  affair.  season, reopens on^^  ; August 19th ^^;^>|!0%i^le'te:  _hterior face-lifting job. y,  J The floors^ have been refih-  ished, there are hew Maple pins  and many other little changes,  repairs and renovations to give  the bowling enthusiastics of the  Peninsula a fine fall and Winter  of play.  A new system, of prize awards  has been announced by Mr. J.  Dolphin). There will be valuable!  "Star" prizes.for the season given.' * .  The "Star Rating" will be  based on points. For example,  inj five pins^ one star wall be  awarded for a score of 250 or  'over. In ten pin��, the star will1  go to the score of 200 or over.  Hours have been extende'd, too  this year. Monday through Frin  day, the Alleys will be in use  from four until' eleven each  ���afternoon and evening. On Saturdays, play will be from three  until eleven.  Mr. Dolphin reports, too that  the Coffee shop will be in operation, as  before,   only  better.  New Grandson  Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Smales  'announce the arrival of their  'Grandson, Richard Charles ini  Kelson, B: C.,' on August' 7th.  Gerald and Jande Smales are  the proud parents.  mid peninsula softball  League standing  '      ��      -                     W. L. Pts.  Firemen 17 6 34  Selma   Park    15 9 30  Pender Harbour  12 10 24  Wilson  Creek  .. 12 .12 24  C.Y.0   7 15 14  Fumblers   6 17 12  There will be a brilliant exhibition by the Royal Life Saving  society from Vancouver, the  clever Water.Ballet Duo.  Saturday, August 15th, for all'  Pender Harbour, and indeed all  tlie Peninsula, as. well ,as for  (many enthusiastic visitors froni  elsewhere, will be the season's  big day.  y Grcnthamfe Jjanding  Gibsons \y~'������?'?[.{ y ������>'./,��''..-.-V yi^y  f0Ujk&^^&e&: .-.���:%' x.. '^|.-  "���i��ecb��_t^y^-;'^-      '- \f ���'.��� *'.>."���"'""������  ^x^my.yyy'-  ���/���-..'.  L  54  43  38  236  95  155U  12&  SC  49  27  2*  24��  81  117  iii.?*^  rS;'v.>:.:��s;'//V..:;r!.:-;i.;',;;;        ,/_     ������;     ".   ./     . .. ������ "V_TTBHari��,: ���;*>��*_J�� __T��nC'  Rod tfiiin filiib t  Through the: efforts of Corporal N. Cummins, ; member of  the Club, over fifty people had  the opportunity to see films  shown by Game Warden, Mr. Les  Lain. The films were, "Game  Realm", oh game reserves and  parks, "The Puma", the hunting  of the puma, or cougar, as it is  more commonly known.  Two guest speakers; Mr. Littler, president, and Mr. Palmer,  'vice-president, Lower Mainland  Zone Fish and Game Conservation  Commission, spoke to the audience, outlining the work of the*  Commission, and its necessity to  preserve wild animal life.  Both men expressed their  pleasure that the Club has been  organized here, as clubs of tliis  type are of great, assistance to  the Commission, who advise the  Provincial Government, by making suggestions for the improvement of game preservation laws.  During the evening the winners in the first Salmon Derby  were presented with their prizes  by Mr. Jack Nelson. First prize  winner, Mr. Tom Robilliard, Sechelt, salmon, weighing 23 pounds  8 ounces caught in Porpoise Bay.  Second prize went to Master  Michael Moorehouse, age seven  years, Selma Park, with a salmon  weighing 21 pounds 12 ounces.  Third prize went to Mr. C. Lucken  Wilson Creek, with a salmon  weighing .15 pounds 14% ounces.  The Club is pleasedywith the  interest and enthusiasm displayed  for their first effort, that it has  been, decided to sponsor,a second  ��� Salmon Derby from August 23 to  September 7 inclusive, with the  same boundaries and weighing  stations. There will" be-;a senior  division, and a junior division for  children fifteen years and under.  In the absence of the regular  minister, Mr. H. J. Bevan, on  Sunday next, August 16th, the  pulpit will .be occupied by the  Rev. R. R. Morrison of Davis Bay.  Mr. Morrison was at the time of  his retirement a year ago one" of  the leading ministers of the  church in the British Columbia  Conference. The congregation is  asked to make every effort to be  present at the service and visitors  are always welcome. The Sunday  Schdol will be held as usual.  CCF PC LP  ���-���-:w.^*h   ���   6 . ��� e  8 1 1  19      '���% 7 2  114 31 1$  6S 14 3  45  -4 21 11  ' "25L...,;:' 4 '                 1  ��� ' f��fe^iy^V;.;.;x^my^^:- ��� 2yy  '-ill' ..'JiM Htl>'.'.'.-."'i i*.'.: '��� * >VI��'J'.^'.>,!im ->l.- 'K'-^'.'^J"'.'-���. J i �������� I'  -���hf ,1AI\.L"< il!A  Royal Life Savin  Society Display  The Royal Life Saving Society  staged a display of swimming,  diving, and life saving methods,  off the pier at Sechelt, Sunday,  August 9, 1953.  Twenty-three members of the  Society came up from Vancouver,  including the secretary of the  B.C. Branch, Mr. Jack Lugrin,  who made the announcements  over a  loud  speaker.  Mr. Orv Moscrip, president of  Sechelt Board of Trade, welcomed  the members of the Society, and  thanked them for making the display possible. Later in the program, he asked the crowd to  donate generously to a collection  taken up to defray the expenses  of the group.  Fire Chief Fred Mills, as part  of the display, fell off the pier,  yelled "Help!", the crowd  laughed with delight, but he was  enthusiastically rescued by four  of the swimmers, with the chain  rescue head carry method, then  carried to the beach face down,  so water might drain from the  lungs. -  The crowd were shown the  folly of the drinking fishermen  in a rowboat, and the rowboat at  the holiday resort overloaded  with people. As Mr. Lugrin said,  in both cases, stick to your boat  even if it has overturned.  On Peninsula  Herbert Oliver and Perryr  Millar, Barristers and Solicitors-..  who with Mr. D. Lanskail, haver  been practicing law in Vancouver, have decided to open a Law  Practice on the Peninsula. For"  the present, the offices of Totems  Realty at Gibsons and A. Johnston (behind Chris's Variety aneSi  the RCMP) at Sechelt, are beii_gcr  occupied, Tuesdays in Gibsons^  arid Saturdays in Sechelt.  Both Mr, Oliver and Mr,'Millar have been in practice in Vancouver. Prior to coming to Canada and/ taking his Canadiarr-  qualifications, Mr. Oliver was ay-  Solicitor for the Supreme Court::  of England.  The two young lawyers feel  that with the growth ini size and"'  importance of the Peninsula, a  full time law office is a necessity here. Their Vancouver office will be maintained, with.�����������.  Mr. Lainskail Associate Counsel'-.  Canada Dry  Stops Traffic  Two     "Canada     Dry"     trucks-  parked outside Shell Service Station in Gibsons effectively stopped":  traffic at one of the busiest, nastiest and narrowest corners in the *  village, on��Friday last.  Apparently the two truck drivers,  wishing  to  consolidate their-'  loads, simply stopped at the spur.*:  where they found each other, between  the  Shell  Station  and the '  United   Church,   effectively   barring  the road  except for an  extremely   narrow   section    of    the  pavement which  barely permitted  passage of one vehicle at a time-  Corporal     Morrison     of     the"  RCMP arrived  on  the  scene  andC  moved them  both  on.  * The Coast News Thursday,  August  13,  1953  t v&oas  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMUEL   NUTTER,    Publisher  DO" WORTMAN,  Editor  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  Authorized  as  second  class  mail,   Post  Office  Department,   Ottawa.  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $3.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W  Box  160 Gibsons British Columbia.  Llonaid  Peace Again On The Peninsula  Now that the tumult and the shouting have died once  more., and the candidates have left the hustings to where  ��ver it is candidates go between elections, people are heaving  liuge sighs of relief. Now they can relax, they say, for another four years. '   ������ *  This, it. seems to us, is one of the wrong things about a  democracy such as ours. The great majority of the electors,  who, after all are the 'power behind the throne', do nothing  between elections-of their own representative but relax. If  . they express anything, it is disapproval of what the Government is doing, and that mostly to each other.  Our idea of being an elector is that one keeps up with  the doings of one's own Governments, local, provincial and  Federal. That if one has ideas of what should or should not  "be done, on any question pertinent to the area, or any problem of the nation, one should, in addition to'standing on the  street corner or sitting with one's feet up, before the fire, and  expounding one's views, one should definitely make these  ideas or criticisms known to the government through one's  member, or through the department or minister concerned.  'Only thus can constant and detailed touch be kept, between the man you elect and yourselves.  We are only too familiar with the old cry���"We are too  "busy already" or "we just haven't time for our own personal  concerns" or "what can I do about it, I'm only one". We bow  our heads in shame and admit that occasionally we say the  same.  Humanity is essentially lazy, 'bone lazy' is the expression. But if we are too tired, too rushed, too modest, or just  ' too lazy to do anything ourselves about the way our country  is run," then we must simply sit back "arid* accept the. restilts-���  bfthe-Activities or lack of same/of the representative we have  :sent tdthe seat of government to work for us.:    .  ;' ;<uU*y_  GIBSONS  MEAT MARKET  Opposite Post Office  MEAT YOU WILL ENJOY - REASONABLE PRICES  Your Inspection Is Invited��� Cleanliness Counts  -��� Satisfaction Guaranteed On AH Sales ���  The   Choice  0/ Summer  Campers On  The  Peninsula  i  *  Sechelt Legion Br. 140, L.A.  Annual Bazaar  Home Cooking  Gifts Novelties  "Parcel Post'' Sale  Raffles ��� Door Prizes ��� Tea 35c  Legion Hall  Aug. 18 - 2:00 p.m.   Sechelt  A<Sk  Port Mellon  Briefs ���  By. MRS.  SWAN  Dennis Robert, son of Mr. and  Mrs. J. S. Macey, was christened  by the Rev. Bevan of Gibsons,  last Thursday. A few friends were  invited to tea after the .ceremony.  There were two freighters in  Port Mellon loading pulp last  week, the Ionian Trader, and the  Italian Pina Ordanto.  Sig and Gordon Peterson went  to Horseshoe Bay to bring back  the C. Petersons aboard the  Fedelia II for a visit.  Mr. and Mrs. L. "V^ood and family drove down from Prince Rupert, and are staying with the  Chris Woods.  Mrs. C. Graham's parents ^en-  . joyed a motor trip from Manitoba  here, recently. They were quite  thrilled to see one of the big  freighters tie up at Port Mellon  last week. They stayed up until  ���three o'clock to watch her. The  Grahams accompanied their parents to Courteney when they left.  Congratulations to Mr. and  Mrs. W. Lewis on the arrival of  a son, and to the Don Macklams  who have a daughter,  Georgette.  Mrs. H. Bursey was injured in  a fall last week, sufferng extensive bruising. She is reported to  be progressing well.  Dianne Dentford was taken to  Vancouver with a painful earache.   ���  The young folks had a farewell  party for Shirley Samuelson, who  has left Port Mellon to live in  Nanaimo. Pat Peterson, on behalf  of the guests, presented Shirley  with a beautiful travelling case.  Mr. 'and Mrs..-; Jack Robertson,  who acted as' chaperones, each  received a gift from the young  people. A buffet ' supper was  served  to, complete  the   evening.  Mrs. Dan Williamson and family   were   guests   at   the   Seaside  .  Hotel for/rthe weekend. :.  Mrs. Hume's two nieces, April  and Valerie Wayne have been visiting for. a fortnight.  The J. Swans visited the Harry  Warns at Long Bay for a Iew  days. Returned hy boat to Gib- ���  sons and; over the Port Mellon  Road by car. A bit bumpy in  spots, but sure was a thrill.  Ruth Brown has returned from  a trip to Edmonton, visiting her  Mother.  The Harry Taylors are back  from an Oregon holiday, Miss  Peggy Gill has left on a camping  vacation in the Fraser Valley,  and Bruce Cox of New Westminster is visiting his cousins Gail  and Wayne Greggain. Mrs. H.  Stewart is entertaining her mother, Mrs. Powell, from . Powell  Rivef.    x-  Ed Tracey of Burnaby, while  fishing off Salmon Rock with Don  Dunham last week, caught a  spring of 38 lbs. 7 oz. weight. A  real beauty..  Sea trout are running. Mrs. M.  Watson caught two dandies.  Saturday, July. 25th saw the  launching of Alf Gant's boat, the  'Annie May'. She is a product of  Alf's own hands, sixteen feet  overall, powered by an air-cooled  Bendix, twelve horse, with reverse gears.  Merle Nelson is building a sailboat. He has the framing complete, and is ready to start  planking rthe hull.  Dianne. Dentford celebrated her  birthday by holding a beach party  for her friends.  SECRET COVE  HAS GOOD FISHING  Visitors for the past week,  Secret Cove, were Mr. and Mrs.  A. Anderson of Winnipeg and  Mrs. H. . Plann and the Wiles,  from Vancouver.  Mrs. Anderson came up with a  163/<. pound red spring salmon,  while   the   others   caught   several,  smaller, salmon and a few cod.  Both the fishing and the holiday at the Cove proved enjoyable.  SEE THE  y  o. m  59Hor'  Peninsula Daisy  7V2  ��?REAL  AS  LIFE"  .  W. RleFadcIen, D.O.  ^Optometrist  k GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  '���'������   Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootical Service?  SPORT FISHING  EQUIPMENT .  Glass or' Cane Rods  Hooks,   Lines  Plugs,   Spoons.  Replacement  and  Repair Material  I'S  Store.  Phone   11-U  PENDER  HARBOUR  3-DIM EN SI ON  COLOR PICTURES  The Coronation spectacle  will thrill you when you see  it with View-Master's sparkling stereo color pictures.  Come in and see them today!  We have over 400 other varied subjects to please all the  family.  MOW  an/if - U-3BC  PSICHtLT  PERSONAL -FINANCES CAN BE TAILORED. TQ MEASURE,TOO  B of M Joint.-Accounts Fit All Kinds of "Figures"  A lot of pebple nowadays1 buy suits or costumes, eyfeh houses,  tailored to meet their personal requirements. But too often, the  equal need for a "tailored" bank account is overlooked.  . In.many cases, lor instance, married couples, clubs and social  groups;, do not realize the. convenience''������'of operating a Bank- of  Montreal jointy account. Such an account is held by two or more  persons. Withdrawal arrangements can be made as desired. Sometimes, it is agreed that any one of the/parties can; draw independently to any amount. In other cases, it may be stipulated that  two or more signatures. are required on every cheque.  It's easy to see how valuable these "tailored" joint accounts  are. For household financing, for encouraging family savings pro-*  jects and for keeping association funds "on top", ther e is no sounder  method. Mike Landry, accountant of the B of M's Gibsons or Sechelt  branches, will gladly explain all the details of adjoint account  "tailored" to your'needs* Why not consult Mr. Landry next time'  you're passing? Advt.  250  ewar  Will  Be Paid   In Cash  For The Name Of The Persons Wno Removed  The Memory Stone From  Teddy Benn's Grave  IVally Graham  Phone 60 Gibsons  ROBERTS CREEK HALL BOARD  With  Andy  Fraser  And  His     Radio  Rangers  Saturday, August 29th. ���  9:00 p.m. Men! Just a Few Left: "TOWNLINE" JACKETS  In Gay Plaids ��� Smart Any Season  Tasella Shoppe  Phone 29 J  _BB_WI  Sechelt  5 FERRY TRIPS DAILY  (West W&me��vwesr)~-MANMMO  yia Be lyse��.,MY* Kahloke     ���    No Reservations Requires?  PASSENGERS ��� AUTOS'��� TRUCKS  ���  Connecting Bus Service  ���  ftoWers of passenger tickets aboard the MV. Kahloke ar*  provided bus service To and from Vancouver  _ City without additional cost.  VICTORIA-PORT ANGELES SERVICE  4 TRIPS DAILY VIA MV. CHINOOK  VANCOUVER CITY. 8. C. Motor  Tramfmrtattoa,.!50 Dommutr.  Marine 2421  HOtSESNOE BAY, Ferry Terminal,  BLACK BALL LINE,LTD.  Come To The Fair!  Howe Sound Annual  FALL FAIR  -. .   IN  ������.'���'������  School & Adjacent Halls  GIBSONS!, B.C.  FpiDAY, AUGUST 14th, 6:00 Jto 10,00 p.m.   .\  Official Opening 8:00 p.m. August 14th  fey Community May Queen and Attendants  Saturday August 15th 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Exhibits ��� Side Shows --- Refreshments '  DANCE ��� 9:00 p.m. ���SATURDAY August 15th  Admission To Fair Admission to Dance  25 cents $1.00  3 Door prizes per person  Programs and entry; forms can be obtained from the  secretary Mrs. Le Feuvre, R. R. 1 Gibsons, and N.  Sargent. Please have Entries in secretary's hand not  later than August 11th.  Exhibitors Please Note:  Poinlt system in awarding prizes is eliminated. In its.  place awards in the various divisions- will be 75 cents  for First Prize, 50 cents for second.  Thursday, August 13,  1953     The  Coast News  leanings  by Gypsy Towers  Occupying one of Mrs. Lau's  cottages again for the month of  August are Mr. and Mrs. Bruce  Cole, daughter and son-in-law of  Mr. and Mrs. Will Bow, and their  4 children and dog Susie. All very-  busy ferrying from their new  home to Stronlochie despite the  white caps that have" prevailed  since their arrival���having made  it safely under their own power  from North Vancouver feel confident to handle any local swells!  Mrs. Steele and Tibby enjoying  a visit from their daughter and  sister, Mrs. Charles Carncross  and her three children from New  Westminster.  Mr. and Mrs. Ian Douglas holidaying with Mrs. Douglas, Sr. and  Miss Douglas at their shady  Gower haven.  Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Harvey  having enjoyed a short holiday at  their summer home at the Point,  have gone to visit their daughter  and son-inrlaw Mr. and Mrs. Det-  weller in Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Meadows  spending a few restful days at  their cottage.  . It's a motor trip to Manitoba  for Mr. .and Mrs.. George Ayles  and their three children.  It's a shower at Mrs. Harry  Chaster's in honor of Iola King���-  more  details on this later.  The Lloyd Blrick's entertaining their uncle and "aunt, Mr. and  Mrs. Hugh Ritchie of New Westminster.  ; Heavy crowds at the monthend  ���some coming ��� some going ���  more details on who has arrived  next week. Phone your news items  to Gibsons 8Q. ���  yMrs. Sydney McKay 'was the  honoree of a farewell' surprise  party on her birthday, August 4,  1953. Twenty-four ladies, her  closest friends and neighbours,  had been invited to. the home of  Mrs. Ellis Prendergast for the occasion. Refreshments were served,  and the guest of honour cut her  daintily decorated birthday cake.  Mrs. G. H. Colson, on behalf  of the gathering, made the presentation of a nylon housecoat to  Mrs. McKay, with the best wishes  of all her friends, saying that  they and the community would  miss Mrs. McKay when she left,  .'as. both'she and her late husband,  Magistrate McKay, had contributed much to the whole community.  Whist  was  played   during   the .  evening,    and    winners    of    the  prizes were Mrs. G. Wlgard, Mrs.  W. D. Gilbert, and Mrs. B. Lang.  HALF  YOU  ORIGINATES  IN THE FORESTS  ����JV ->i.  mm,  fommmm  \r." V?^R*_ :s~  \KJ&M  J-W���MM-MM.U  For Your  Reg. Godfrey,  Phone Grantham 56  1 81 E C T  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phono  For Reference  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  PENINSULA    '  ACCOUNTING   .SERVICE  AH Types of Accounting Problems  Expertly Attended  INCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  ��  Dockside   Service   to   Fishermen.  G.O,   FAHRNI  Gambier Harbour  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  BLASTING  ROCK, HARD-PAN, STUMPS, etc.  Also   Road  Work  Fully Licensed and" Insured in B.C.  JACK CAMPBELL  5308 Prince Edward St. Vancouver,  B.C., Phone  FRaser  3831  GIFT STORE  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous  Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B. C.  Headquarters  for  Wool,  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. 78  BULLDOZING  TRACTOR   WORK  Clearing -  Grading -   Excavating,  D-4 & D-6   Bulldozing;  Clearing   Teeth  A.E. RITCHEY,  Phone    GIBSONS    86  LOGGING CONTRACTORS  CLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula.  ��� Phones ���  Gibsons 100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 130  Appliances. ���   Fixtures .��� Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating   Ass'n.  "PRATT and LAMBERT PAINTS"  REFRIGERATION    .  PENINSULA ELECTRIC &  REFRIGERATION  Wiring,   Free .Estimates  Refrigerator Sales and  Service  ELECTRICAL   APPLIANCES  ' &   REPAIRS  24 Hour Service  Phone 24 A & 24 K  Roberts   Creek  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  General  Construction   &  Logging  , Mobile Crane  Logging Truck  D-8   Bulldozer/ etc.  Free  Estimates  JACKSON    BROS.    LOGGING  CO.,  LTD.  Wilson  Creek.  Phones   2IX   &  20 M  PLUMBING  MARSHALL'S    PLUMBING,  HEATING   and  SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 64S, - 104, - or 33  1 ������'        '     ��������������_-, -������- i   .   I- n. i ..- i. i        ., -.i���i.i, i.,^  SECHELT CARTAGE  M.   HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood.��� Coal  We haul anything, anywhere,  anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H        Sechelt, B.C.  BARRISTERS &  SOLICITORS  y$R; :C.- D. JpRGHf RD. :.  P/ep'uA>i,/M��fliste:r.. ttf, Eoi/jejt-..  For the Finest  FUNERAL   FLOWERS  call  Graham,  Gibsons, 60-  P.O. Box 28.  OLIVER   and   MILLAR  D.A.S.  Lanskail, B.A.,  L.L.B,  (Associate   Counsel)  Barristers,  Solicitors  Notaries  Public  Sechelt, Saturdays, 12:30 to  5:30  p.m.  Gibsons,   Tuesdays,   2:00  to  5:30 p.m.  a     and by appointment.  Phone Sechelt 96 J, Gibsons 44  Vancouver, PA 3481  USED FURNITURE  Washing Machines  Dressers ��� Chesterfields  Ranges, All Types  Beds  ���  Tables  ���   Choirs  We Will Buy, Sell or Trade  Have Your Oil Burners  Serviced Now  C & S SALES & SERVICE  Phone 30 S Sechelt The Coast News        Thursday, August  13,   1953  "I'LL. MEET YOU AT THE CASTLE  IN   THE   HEART  OF   THE   CITY.  ��>  VANCOUVER, B.C.  AL. BLACK, Manager  MArine 8531 750 Granville Street  ���   _'S.v"  Tfce���PNE ��� Opening! Day  Parade! _-_.r A Make of color,  a .ROYAL preview for a  Royal show.   . r. -.  A coforfirf ���pecfacfe come  to fife under the Big Top  ���rfce Shrine PNI Circus,  The Sports of Kings! Eight  horse races every day, rain  or shine.   -  Sovereigns of the farm' kingdom hold court in the  agricultural   buildings.  Give your troubles the air!  Try all the amazing rides  on the Gayway.  Miracles of ingenuity, patience and skill . . . World's  Biggest Hobby Show.  AUG. 26 to SEPT. 7  5/ggesf   Agricultural  Fair  In  the  Wett  Education   and  , Entertainment on  a   Majestic   Scale  liiiipiNAtE^^^  -wcouvis a e.  J.  S.  C. Meffitt,  President  V. Ben Williams,  General Manager  Come to Vancouver,  ��� �����& crowning achievement  -< Sechelt  By ARIES  Mr. and Mrs. Alec Warner of  Vancouver, Linda and Robert are  guests of Mrs. Mabel McFarlane.  Mr. Syd Redman and Mr. Blake  Cripwell are here for the month  of August staying at the E. E.  Redman estate.  Mrs. Jack Redman with son  Bruce are in Kelowna, having a  good time at the regatta.  Reverend and Mrs. W. A.  Youngman .visiting here from Wa-  wota, Sask., formerly of Grantham's Landing, called on many old  friends. We were pleased to see  them. They have been very much  missed in the congregation of St.  Hilda's, where they were most  active.  Mr. Eddie Hancock, accountant  at Union Steamships, has left for  his vacation in Seattle.  Mrs. Norman White of Vancouver visiting her sister, Mrs.  Chas. Ralston for a few days.  Bob Turner and his bride of a  few weeks are on a visit to Bob's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd  y Turner. Married in Alberta, will  be leaving shortly for the east  where Bob is stationed with the  Canadian Navy.  Mrs. L. Richardson- of Burnaby  is visiting her daughter, Mrs.  Lloyd Turner.  Mr. Gordon Anderson of Vancouver is the guest of Mr. and  Mrs. Jack Nelson. Mr. Anderson's  mother was an old school chum  of Mr. Nelson back in Denmark.  Mrs. Jean Vanderwerff, visiting  her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. K.  Berry, from Vancouver.  Mrs. Fred Mills with Corinne  and Bonnie are away for a vacation _.to be spent in Campbell  River,  with  Mrs. Mills parents.;.  Glad to hear Mr. Harry" Sawyer  is once mor,e home from hospital.  Hope he stays in, good health  now.  Thp Volunteer Fire Brigade are  soliciting  "funds' for   equipment.  We hope they get a good response.  If ever a cause was more worthy  we have yet to hear of it. These  men, your friends and neighbours  under a very capable Fire"* Chief  Fred >fills, put in many hours of  practice and training. Quite often  they  could   b��   doing   something  else and havirig a good time like  the rest of the community. They  are always on' call. Think of the  many fires we used to have when  homes were burned to the ground,  and nothing could be done, and  the many firesfthat have been put  out before they got a good start  now we hav.e a fire brigade. Give  all   you   can   and   give   it cheerfully. :\_.  Pishing Derby was a great success we hear���both from the,interest taken and the financial  standpoint. First prize went to  Tommy Robbilliard with a catch .  of- 23 lbs. 8 oz. (glass rod and  reel); 2nd prize, 21 lbs. 12 ozs.,  ���Micky Moorhouse (reel); 3rd  prize, 15 lbs. % oz., C. C. Lucken  (nylon line). Another Derby will  be held starting Sept. 22nd and ���  will continue for three weeks. ,  Contact Guy "���uthbert, Waterfront Cafe, Sechelt, Flay Fishing  Resort, Selfa Park, Ron Whitaker  Sea Beach Motel, Davis Bay, for  information.  Mrs. L. Moorman and infant  son Ralph are on a visit from  Seattle, staying with Mrs. Moorman's mother, Mrs. Beth Has-  kamp. ,  Sechelt and neighbourhood  householders * are advised that  when the canvassers for the Firemen's Equipment Fund call, they  occasionally find no. one home.  In this event, the donations may  be given or sent either to the  Board of Trade or the Firemen.  They will be gratefully received.  Visiting at the home of the Leo  Nadeaus for a few days was their  sister-in-law,  Mrs.  R.  E.  Nadeau'x  and  son   John   from   New  Westminster.  For   Best  Results  Use The Coast News Classified i  brother,   both   in   Saskatchewan,  and a sister in Vancouver.  mm Pnnci  With the death of Charles William Prince, age 7j>, Selma Park  lost another old soldier, who  lived there for eleven years.  ' Funeral   services   were   under  the auspices of Canadian Legion  Branch, No. 140, of which Mr.  Prince was Sergeaht-at-arms for  some years. Mr. Wm. 'Elliott,  padre of the Branch officiated.  The pall-bearers were Messrs.  Kydd, Biggs, Steed, Perkins, Burgess; and Johnston.  Mr. Prince was born in Chester, England, and came, to Canada  in 1911. He served in the South  African War, as a corporal with  the Cheshire Regiment. In World  War I he served with the King's  Liverpool Regiment, the Manchester Regiment, and the Welsh  Fusiliers, with the. rank of sergeant. He was awarded the  Meritorious. Service Medal for  outstanding services,  Mr. Prince is survived by a  daughter, Mrs. Charles Foster,  Selma Park,   a  son,  Ted,  and a  CAR  SERVICE REPAIRS  PARTS  Inboard' Motors Repaired  ;New  and  Used  fires.  FRANK SOLNICk      ,  Phone Sechelt 48  It's   Murdoch's For  Replacement and  Repair Parts  For Boats  Fishing   Tackle  Marine  Paints  Groceries,  Home Supplies  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered Accountant  1045 West Pender St;  -- TAtlow 1954 ���  VANCOUVER 1, B.0.  MURDOCH'S  Marine Supplies  Phone 116  PENDER  HARBOUR  Remember  Regatta  Day,   Aug.   15.  It's New. fi's Beautiful  It's by "iiAiPCO" ���  So It Must Be Good!  SATIN���GLO "LATEX" WALL PAINT  Rubberized ���- Washable ��� Dries Fast  See us about a trip to Honolulu on Bapco  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  4  I  mm  _r  Union  GENERAL   STORE  SECHELT,  B.  C.  MEATS:  Saturday Only  Swift's "Brookfield"  Sausage. 1 lb ctri. .. 59#  Plate Boiling Beef.  Gr- "A" choice lb .. 19^  > /  GROCERIES:  CIGARETTES ��� Popular Brands.  Players, Export. Black Cat. Sweet Caporal:  Carton of ten 20's $2.90 plus -tax  Daily Mail Carton of ten ZO's $2.65 plus tax  Oxydol" > Gaint  .. 67^  Tide" Gaint  ....  77#-  Crisco'' S lb tin IT 9&#  a  tt  t*  "Oxydol'' Large  "Tide" Large ..,  1 lb. carton ......  34^  39^  34#  DiRYGOODS  CLEARANCE SALE  Summer Dresses, Shoes & Yarious Items  Odd Lots of WOOL, etc.  warn FOR QUICK SALES  USE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  (���fc tate-/  CARD   OF  THANKS  I wish to thank Mrs. Ruth  De Wolfe, recently of Hava  Java Snack Bar for good wishes-'  recently published in the Coast}  News. I hope to maintain her  high standard, both _n< quality  of food and in service. I will  appreciate the continued patron--  lage and good will of the public,  and hope to meet- old friends  and make new ones at the Coffee Shop across from the Wakefield-.'Inn!. Mrs. Constance Green,  New Operator.     .  don't miss a thing in  tokeep a M -foods*  ih prime: condition  ��� International Harvester gives  you all 7.of these essential  "food climates"-rall  working at once.  Seven different  areas of cold-from  6��toS5��.  For full information see  ^  St  &  ***  oi  so  X&'  ***'      ^        o*       e*  to."  t, e*V*  W  ��ot  i*v��*^ea^*t  otv  Trading Go. Ltd.  Phone Gibsons 39."  Your IH Refrigeration Deafen  wv ���*-*$  RE-OPENING  ecfnesclay,  st  WITH  Completely  Renovated  Alleys  New  Maple  Pins  NEW HOURS:  MON. to FRI. 4:00 to. 11:00 p.m.  SAT. 3:00 to 11:00 p.m.  COFFEE SHOP will be open. \  Phone Sechelt 92 R.     ' ������ J. Dolphin, Mgr.  PROTECT  y  our  Home and Equipment  F  rom  By making a SPECIAL BUY, we are able to offer  the following Extinguishers at these  SPECIAL PRICES  ���' C02 (51b.) , $36.50  Carbon Tet. (1 qt. Pyrene-tyye)  $16.75  Carbon Telt. (1 qt. Automatic Tyce) .. $ 5.35  Soda and Acid (2 and a half gals.) .. $26.50  "Presto "C.  B"s   (the new Midget wonder)  $ 5.95  "Sprazit" (1 shot type)  $ 1-65  .    ' '  'C2*/ .   '     " LTO.  "Your Home���Owned Hardware"  Phone 33 . �� Gibsons, B. C.  Date Pad  Aug. 13 ��� Selma Park lodge,  Peninsula Rod and Gun* Club  meet,   8:00  p.m.  August 14 and 15 ��� Gibsons  School Hall,  Howe Sound Farmer's  Institute  annual fair.  Wilson   Creek    Sunday   School  Aug. 18 ��� Sechelt Legion  L.A. Tea and Bazaar, Sechelt  Legion hall, 2 p.m.  August 15 ��� Pender Harbour  Regatta.  Aug. 18 ��� Gibsons, home of  Mrs. A.E. Ritchey, 'VON executive meeting 8 p.mV  Aug. 19 ' .��� Roberts Creek  Legion Hall 8. p.m. VON bazaar  sale home cooking, tea.  Aug. .22 ��� Gibsons United  Church, 10 a.m. W.I. cooking  stall.   ,  Aug. 29 ��� St. Mary's church  bazaar at the home of Mrs.  Hague, 2 to 5 p.m.  September 5 ��� Keep this  date open, big doings, plan on  being  here.  THIS   WEEK'S   SPECIAL  ���  very comfortable home, lovely  view, attractive sun porch, large  Jiving room with fireplace, large  bedroom, 3 piece bath, near sandy beach, less than, a mile from  Gibsons, fully ancf well furnished, full price $4500. terms  $1000. down balance as rent,  its a real buy.  Thursday, August  13-,  1953        The Coast News  FOR INSURANCE  OR REAL ESTATE SEE  Totem   Realty  ,   Phone Gibsons 44  Evenings -95J  Member Association of B.C.  . Real  Estate Agents.   .  For   Best  Results  Use The Coast t.Ney/s;; Classified  Gravel & Cement  Common & Finish  Lumber  Plywood Moulding  Sash  Doors  Frames  Roofing of allTypes  Paints, Plumbing  Hardware  We are at your service  Shop Ait  ����� i ���  sons ifusioisig  Supplies Ltd.  and save  Phone  Gibsons  53  We Carry The  Stock  FOR SALE  Summer Special, Fir - $10.00  Cord. Alder -' $9.00.  E. McCartney. Phone 67 H. tfn  Stamp collection, British and  Foreign, both mint and used.  Chas. Wm. Oldershaw, R. R. 1  Gibsons, B.C. 33  One cow, broken to milk and  quiet, freshened in December.  Mrs. A. C. Lefler, Reid Road.  Gibsons. .33  " KEATS ISLAND SUPER  SPECIAL, fully furnished beach  home with own- floats, near  Sandy Beach, only $3900 on  terms. *  Totem Realty, Gibsons, B.C.  Deep metal sink uniti suitable  for camp or workshop. Mrs. D.  Erickson, Wilson Creek. Phone  21 X.  Willys Jeep, exten'ded body  with reinforced box'.. Newly overhauled in good working order.  R.H.  Brooks,  Halfmoon  Bay.  34  ���   ONE  ONLY superb  building  Jot,   million   dollar   view,   right  here  in     Gibsons,     nothing  to  compare,   full  price   cash   only,  $450.  Totem Realty, Gibsons, B.C.  Car 28 Studebaker, in good  running order with 53 license.  R. Manns. The Cottage Beach  Avenue. Roberts Creek.  One   Bed   and  Mattress   full  size, almost: hew.'"' Ji^p'Shea  ���Ballentine Apts.,  Gibsons.      33  12ft. Klinker built boat fitted for 1 and "'a. half h.p. enigine  with shaft, " propellor, rudder  oars. $100.00. Frank 'Lee,- ;'.' ;-������  Madeira Park. 34  2 bedroom home; > bath5 toilet,  sink. H. ari'd.C. water; Bargain  Harbour, 3 minutes from Govt.  <_loat and highway.  H. McCallum, R.R. 1 Half Moon  Bay,  B.C. 34  tying To Reduce? ? ?  Well here's the answer to your  problem. Doni't fight with your-  iself when you're hungry. Take  Melozets. Melozets are a new  Graham type wafer which sim  ply offer an effective mechanical means of satisfying the feeling   the  feeling   o  hunger.  Melozets are absolutely harmless.  One Half Poun'd Package $1.50  Call in at either of Lang's Drug  ���Stores, Gibsons or Sechelt and  we will be glad to tell you more  about this new product.  WORK   WANTED  Spray and Brush Painting; also paper hanging. J. Melhus.  Phone Gibsons 33. tfn  WANTED  Small mixed farm where one  can make a living. Send... full  particulars. No fancy price to  Box 8 Coast News.  Announce memt  Port Mellon  We Will Call At Your Home  For Laundry and Dry Cleaning  EVERY THURSDAY  House-to-House Pick up and Delivery  CLEANERS  Phone 100 ��� Gibsons  FOR   SALE  Good Wood and Sawdust, Old  growth Fir and Millwood, Dry  Fir Sawdust, Joe Rushton,  Roberts Creek, Phone  24 V  2.  tfn.  Rough  and   Planed  Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  K0LTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Milk Cows and milking' heifers, for sale. Phone Gibsons  26 R. tfn  A used stove as good as new,  water tank, 22 gals, and fittings.  Howe Sound Trading Co. Phone  30 Gibsons; 32  Two. choice building lots, 70x  90 ft. View of Howe Sound. New  j-oad, new water line, partly  cleared. James Drummond Jr.  Gibsons. ���  ���:  " 32  12 ft. Linton, 3 h.p. Briggs &  iStratton (new). $221.00. Bill*  Ross Selma Park on Beach. 33  Swap or Sell Tractor with  power takeoff, one man mill 40"  . insert tooth saw. Scraper and  ispririg tooth harrow. Evinrude  engine for cash or good used car.  Nor-West Bay  Lodge. 32  Why not come in and see the  NHA buiidihtg loan plan books,  you will enjoy browsing , thru  them, loans to 80 percent of  Icost in acceptable locations.  Totem Realty, Gibsons, B.C.  15ft. Clinker built boat with  2 and a half Briggs am Stratton  engine' in very good condition.  New 45ft. moorinig chain,'��� 8ft.  flat ��� bottom dinghy and some  fishing -tackle, all for" $200.00.  E. Becker, Granthams Ldg.    34  15��t. Clinker built boat, 5ft.  beam, 5 h.p. inboard motor,. Two,  spot lights,, plate.glass windshield; side -windows, ply wood  'cabini. All ��� season boat in good  condition. $325.00 cash. Mai  McMillan, Hopkins Ldg. Phone  120 H.  LOST~        T     ~ ������, : "  "   -'  Left and right Hip Gum boots  not mated, vicinity Half Moon  Bay and Irvines Landing.. Also  one Pup tent along Sakinaw  Trail. Reward. Mrs. H, Worrall  Box 20 Coast News  FOR  RENT : 5~~~  Three room house, new, $30.  per month. Full plumbing, unfurnished, third house to the  left of Pentacostal. R.M. Kelly  R.R. 1 North Road, Gibsons. 33  HELP WANTED  Male ��� Female  Ambitious Sales people for  surrounding area New territory.  Excellent product. Experience  not necessary. Apply P.O. Box  518,   Westview,  B.C. 33  INSURANCE  Fire - Auto - Liability. Prompt  courteous service   .  Totem   Realty,   Gibsons.  tfn  WATCH REPAIRS  Fast, -Accurate. -Guaranteed  Watch reparirs. Marine Men's  Wear,  Gibsons. tfn  WATCH REPAIR - All types  of watches  and jewelry repaired. Reliable, fast, efficient.  Union   General   Store,   Sechelt.  tfn. The Coast News    Thursday, August 13,  1953  iibson News  Grandma McBwan's visitors���  Two Miss Bain's from Lethbri&ge.  Grandson, with wife and son were  up from New Westminster. Three  weeks ago Walter French and  friend were here. Mrs. McEwan's  daughter will be here for the Fall  Fair which she always tries to  attend. Margaret and Olive Hel-  lenberg from Medicine Hat (very  old friends) were visiting. A  bouse full of visitors all summer.  Granny likes company.  Some members and friends of  the W.A. of , Gibsons United  Church had a good time at Gower  Point last Thursday. A picnic  lunch was held in Mrs. Jordan's  garden, and a pleasant afternoon  was spent exploring some of the  beauty spots in the district.  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fountain  and four children of Yakima,  Washington are spending a summer holiday with Rev. and Mrs.  Frank Bushfield, parents of Mrs.  Fountain.  Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dixon and  children of Princeton, B.C. are  holidaying at their summer home  a? Gibsons. Mrs. Dixon Sr. of  Gibsons is also with them for a  short time.  Will there be a Kindergarten  in Gibsons this coming year?  That depends on what demand  there is by Parents. Please send  the name and age of your child  to Mr. McKibbins Office,^or the  Peninsula Cleaners, before August 21. . ������ * ���  The Rev. A. D. Marshall, frqja  Eston,\.Sask., with his wife and  family, are visiting th#ir parents  the J. E. Marshalls, Senior, in  Gibsons.  Last week, Morgett Nissen's  little daughter, three-year-old  Helen, swallowed a hook from her  dad's overalls. The hook remained lodged in her throat and  she was taken to Vancouver General , Hosptal - for an emergency  operation. The hook was removed  and Helen is progressing well.  Elderly Man  Suffers Burns  Mr.  iGeorge   Hewetson   of   Roberts   Creek   is   now   in   Pender  m9   i��� ���ii-.i        ��� ���_-.��� ...ii.     -.,!�����       .i!���.!���i i i ������  ��� GUARANTEED ���  BE Goodrich  Harbour  Hospital,   to  be  treated  for extensive second degree burns  to his back, following a distressing series of mishaps on Friday  evening last.  Mr. Hewetson had gone fishing  in the early evening, and had  trouble with his motor. Young  Allistaire Grant saw the boat in  trouble, and when he reached him  in his own craft, Mr. Hewetson  was trying to reach shore with  one oar and the other hand as a  paddle. He towed him in, and saw  him start for his home.  Next morning, Mr. Grant, passing the old neighbour's house,  saw  that  the    lights   were    still  burning, and called to see if there  was trouble. Mr.  Hewetson, who  suffers from asthma, had had an  attack following his exertions,  and feeling chilled, had lit a fire  and tried to warm himself by  leaving the stove lids off and  standing with his back to the fire.  His clothing had ignited, and  burned him quite badly.  Mr. Grant and other neighbours  came to his aid, phoned Dr. Inglis  o.f Gibsons, who contacted the  VON. Miss Godwin appeared and  made emergency burn dressings,  and saw Mr. Hewetson comfortable. Nieces of the old gentleman  were called, and with the help of  the Kennedys, loaded their patient into a car and took him to  hospital.  According    to    reports,   he    is  resting more easily on Sunday.  Halfmoon. Bay  Bough & Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay  7Z  Brings You  PROFIT AND PLEASURE  '   With A .  *.  ERVEL  //  STARTING AUGUST. 15th  6 To Make Room For Our Fall Stock  We   Are  Reducing  Summer  Dresses  &  Bathing Suits  25% Off  IREl'S DRESS & STYLE SHOPPE  Phone 35 GIBSONS Bal's Block  Kerosene Operated Refrigerator  SEE THIS  _j  X:'h  - Close,in to Gibsons, very attractive  SUBDIVISION OR GOLF -^S^^]0^^$i^^  plenty of water, good view possibilities, over  hundred acres. This is- a FEATURE BARGAIN at  only $5350 Cash.-    '  It is on two roads, is a Colossal Opportunity for the  ���    discerning buyer. Nothing: li^  entire Coast.  yv>:  i  Totem Realty, Gibsons  Profit in Food Saved.  Pleasure in better flavour and a more varied  Menu.  Your "Servel" is guaranteed for 10 years  i tw-ce as long as any  other Refrigerotor.  It has: Nearly 1 cu. ft.  Frozen Food Compartment. 8 cu. ft. Refrigerating Space yet it takes  up only 30 inches sq.  of ifloor space.  Noiseless ��� Efficient ���'���*= Modern,   ��� .*     ,> *f$t -"*'-���,--. ��� .V..;T5V   ���   ~-<-iy  $489:50 CashT��� or terms $7^:00 down $25:00-niontli  See The 'Servel' In Operation At  A. Lloyd, General Store  Garden Bay    ���    Pender Harbour  r-:-,' ; Phone  12 I*  rj,  TIRES  gtee 650x16        m  $18.80 , ���  Jerry's  Repair Shop  KLEINDALE  Pender    Harbour  WOMEN TODAY...  They do most of the family  buying, much of family banking. They  find the bank a safe, handy place to  keep money; they like to pay larger bills  by cheque. Going to the bank is  ten as much a part of the shopping  I x ���  day as a trip to the local stores.  (\  %  i  THE   BANKS SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY  i  i  i

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