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 wi.w'-wfiif ITU.,'"'"'Tr'-rf'^.tr*-!  Victoria, B*  C  Phone your news of-  orders to  Gibsons 45  Seventh Year of Publication  Thursday,   Sept.   24,   1953  Vol. 7 ; ��� No. 38 Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  First ''.Fluid. :.;:Cat'alYtic.';'U.nit-:-.- In  B. C  leetirii  Finance Minister Einar M. Gunderson last week closed tlie switch  'Which officially opened Imperial Oil's newy $13,500,000/ refinery at  loco, B. C* tt is the largest in the yPaetfic/Northwest and the most  modern iny<&nada.Shown with him above are J. fc White, president,  (right) and J. K. Jamieson, a vice! president dt Imperial Oil.        ,.   .  Women's Institute  Hears Australian-  British Guests  Teachers And P.T.A.  To Meet at Madeira  A conference of the teachers  iand the PTA has been called for  Saturday,  ���'     On Tuesday last" the-JWomen's4*  * Institute  of  Gibsons held  a  liin- .  v  cheon meeting at^, Mrs. Atlees.  Beach. Among their guests.. for1  the day were Mrs. Ada Shaw,  Provincial President of Women's  Institute, Miss Payne, from Australia, and Miss Dear' frpm  Singleton, England. These three  ladies had attended' the conference of A.C.W.W. delegates in  Toronto.  "After a pleasant luncheon on  the Beach, the ladies returned  to Mrs. Atlee's home to complete  their business, and to hear the  speakers. '  , Miss Payne, who lives forty  miles from their capital city, appreciated the Canadian distances,  and the scattered centres of population. She described the work  of her home 'W.I.  Miss Dear spoke of the work  of the W.I. in England; and of  her confusion with the immense  mileages one encountered in cal-  culating Canadian itineraries.  She. also described the war-time  experiences of her group at  Singleton, and; told of this wonderful assistance received by  them, from ther counterpart in  Singleton, AustraHa? She remarked that only through the  receipt; of such actual. Ixelp as  the _oqd and* clothing parcels and;   _ .���,   Oct. M 3rd,   at   Madeira  vP_rk, fo'-lairvCoiliiioffs^ on" tlie  school curriculum, a , topic in  which all parents and teachers  are vitally interested.  Mr. Donald Pritchard, chairman of the Curriculum Committee of the B.C. Teachers' Federation has been persuaded to speak  at the conference.  It is hoped that a good attendance will be secured. The  first meeting will be at ten  o'clock, on Saturday morning,  Oct.   3rd.  Bus Stop Discussed  By Commission  An application for an area to  be used ...as" a central Bus stop,  was placed before the Gibsons  Landing Board of Commissioners by; the Sechelt Motor Transport, Ltd., with the suggestion  that it be central, for example  in front of the School Board  Office.  The commission! did not look  with entire favor upon this as  a stop,' arguing that the bus  would take up the space of approximately "six cars at that  point, anjd that should that area  be used to park cars, more persons    might    be    accomodated  than would be by its use as a  such    practical   assistance   --were "'; bus stop... The spot north of the  '" 'Bal block in front of what is  ww a parking lot met with the  pame  objections."  A general meeting "of the Elphinstone Branch of t the VON  was held on Tuesday evening last  at the "community hall'iii Wilson  Creek. J-VM  Financing of the payments on  r^the new car was the "main topic  of the evening. v ^y  The many organizations all  "along the Peninsula had been  contacted, to. ask for .-help in  raising the funds- necessary to  purchase the new car,5 for .the  nurse to-use on her,tours of duty.  Several of these have already responded w i t h cotftribntions,  which have been gratefully accepted by the VON, arid have already been applied to j the purchase   price.  There was'much discussion of  how further funds /could be  raised, and it was decided to  hold an executive meeting Oct.  13th, at Mrs. Haley's home.  During the illness b��; Mrs. De-  Marco, the VON Trea&er, Mrs.  Haley is carrying on her work  as well as possible, in- order to  keep records straight; //  ._ _���:���-��� _- 'X-x ��� -*  ���yTony Gargrave, VUU-h^xM^  > i  MAGISTRATE A. JOHNSTON MAKES PRESENTATION  Recognized by the Board of Trade and the special corimutfce_r-  chosen for the purpose of selecting the "Good Citizen" of Gibsos3s$����  -Harry Winn of the Dominion Government Telephones was ps��&"-  ented with a scroll inscribed "Do unto Others", at a gala dinoear  party held in the Legion Hall on Monday, September 21st,  Guests were present from Port  Mellon to Pender Harbour as  well as Gibsons for the occasion,  and their applause, heartily endorsed the choice of the Committee.  The dinner was arranged by  a committee under the able  chairmanship of William Sutherland, who was M.C. for the evening. Eighty-six guests were  welcomed by Mr. and Mrs.  Sutherland, and by the new  Board President, Locke  Knowles, and Mrs. Knowles, and  other members of the Board.  After a round of cocktails and  t the meeting and greeting of local  and-out-of town guests, a very  pleasant dinner was served by  the capablet caterer Mrs. -Maude  Turner assisted by Mrs. E Davies  and Mrs. E. Inglis. Tables had  Seen -pleasantly decorated and  arranged in a huge square horse-  : shoe. At the'head table were the  % retiring President, Jack Marshall,   with   Magisixate .Johnston,  T^rs^Sutherland ahdj' guests.  Pp^c^i^   the    dinner,    Mr.  : i Marsh^ylli the chair asked the  y:uidi4genceyof the   guests,   and  ;#ta1^tethat^' o^v^H^gyl->feo-^ v^rfe^  tty<ey. able to carry on  J��rg.! Shaw outlined briefly the  highlights of the fpronto con-,  fer^ncev but left much of the  detail, ||nce shp^lV;b^rtturhing  to^ibspns in November J apid will  then give a cpmple.te /Recount of  the conference.  The tladies were theni-served  tea, and walked their guests back  through the village. All three of  the ladies expressed their admiration for the surroundings, and  were properly impressed with  this section of Canadian-.scenery.*  They returned yto Vancouver, by  Ferry, where Miss .i?ayne7is visiting, and whe^e she (will. speak oh  the work' of 'the W.I. "vin, Australia.  A, copitei; .propoisal of: a ��pot  -on''-^the9 _^ky^Kc^^wasy- rpade,  and- a epinmittee of A. Rit^heyj  C:R. IBallentine %nd J. Sphutz  agreed to meet with;G. Hopkins"  of the Sechelt Motor Transport.  Company at 9 a-m.. the fottowin^  morning to survey the spdt with'  'a view to developihg its possibilities. '-.':">/ - '  The applcation for water-service by E. Feidler is still undergoing- discussion, and correspondence1 has been received from  the Public Utilities Commission  (Continued on Page B)  (See Bus Stop)  Gargrave On Local  Problems  Excerpts from, a speech delivered by Tony Gargrave in the  Legislature, Tuesday, 22hd Sept.  ��� "The new Black Ball Ferry  across Howe Sound, which has  been travelling close to capacity, has created serious parking  problems in the Village of Gibsons.  "As many as 100 automobiles  are lining up from the ferry  dock, stretching through the  Village and blocking many business premises.  "I would urge the Attorney-  General's   Department  and  the  Minister of Public Works to cooperate with the ferry company  and the  Village of Gibsons to  remedy these traffic problems.  "The new road to Port Mellon  which  is   now  completed,   and  the road to Powell River* which  . is now- under construction, plus  the development of the Sechelt  . Peninsula, is funnelling in greater. ,,. quantities    of    automobiles  ythrpugh,Horseshoe 'Bay; apd the;  ?$���!&: Vanebuve IHigbwayl -Tlie''  ;irealer"use of the ^,V/Kahloke  ^Nanaimo and I$o��seshoe Bay  will also aggravate the traffic  situation.   A   high   level   road  ���through  West Vancouver must  commence construction in 1954.  "The B.C. Power Commission  have generally piveri good  service throughout the Sechelt Peninsula from their  dam. at  the  head of the Sechelt Inlet. However,   there   is   a   demand   for  electricity  north   of  Sechelt  to  Halfmoon, Bay and Pender  Harbour-'  ' stances, "it-was * necessary%that ld  jsmail amount of business had  necesis_rily to be done.  The secretary then read a brief  report of the financial business  of the Board for the past year,  ���which was accepted. The chairman gave a quick. summary of  the .Board's activities for the  season: The decision to make the  Good Citizen award, the setting  up of liasorii between all the  Boards of-Trade on the Peninsula, which it is hoped will  eventually include Powell River,  the Fishing Derby lost to that  of the Vancouver Daily Province, the decision to sponsor a  Regatta at Gibson��, the sponsoring of a movement to have the  stipend of the VON increased,  working for Village Comfort  Stations, and helping to further  the Port Mellon Road.  Magistrate Johnston, was then.  called upon to administer the  Oath of Office to the incoming  ciated   the   idea   of   the  Citizen Award, and went ore to -  pnention the coming  "Smorgaasr-  bord" style dinner being held! a��  Pender Harbour on Friday, sss_S.  extended an invitation to all t&>-  attend.  Bill Sutherland then rose aodT  placed    a    ribbon-bound   scroll'.  before Magistrate Johnston, audi.  called upon him. to address the  guests.  Captain Johnston stated t_?ac?t  the comrnittee who had. efie&eisi  the 'Good Citizen' remained anonymous for many reasons. He:  as an  out of town guest, had:  been chosen to  actually <mia$_e_:  the award for the same reaso_js;  He  had   been   informed,   he *  went on, that there werei nfae-  pefsons whose names had foeets'  considered and that it had x_oi:  been an easy matter for the ccmi-  ini^tee   to make  the) dec^s&sraa.-  How fortunate we are, ,bjg wesat".  on^   to   have  nine  who'..-.itii^MP  qualify for this honor. .Va__ca_t--  ver with its population /okAOQ��  000 or so had had three for cco>-  sideratiOn. He went on to state.  that in rnilitary^  ���, ai^; ^achiv��m^nt^ 'f^or.z :'^ie|_tiiEtc:/  ability,   there  were   authorises-  who   recognized   and  revra^de^.':  meritorious  service,   or  c��axtJrS-  butions to  civilization' anct ^jb__?  .times.   The recognition &&& jrss^--  warding of an outstanding citizen in his or her owru conrn-ati--  ity was a more difficult thing:-  The   committee,  had jm tSais? ;  instance   given   much   thottgilit .  and time to arriving at a decision. He himself was ignorant of-".  the name written in the scmBL  He then asked that Mr. S_3_iv ���  erland, as head of this coii__ai1^- ���  tee have the Good Citizen wfessses ���  name he would read,  eoHie  to-"- ���  the head table. He unrolled tt_*  scroll, and read tne message, the--  .theme of which was "Do unto ���>  Others", awarded to Mr. Harr^'  Winn.  Harry   was   brought   to   tfcte?  head  table by  Mr.  Sutherland-  and the audience cried "speedE-*'-  .  Harry  expressed  complete surprise,   and  stated  that  he was,  President,  Locke Knowles, and    simply doing his job. However,  the new Vice President, Tom  Larsoni At the completion of this  ceremony, the Gavel was presented to Locke Knowles by the  retiring President Jack Marshall.  Mr. Knowles then rose to express his thanks to the membership for their confidence, recognized his responsibilities ; as  President. He quoted from a  paper of George Vancouver said  said to be dated 1792, describing  the beauties of Howe Sound, and  commenting that in good time,  the ytpwiis; yiUages, ��nd homes  r>f mdii would add to and be a  pariof this beauty. _  ; Mr. Larson, as Vice President,  spoke m support of tfee President, hoped for a bigger membership, and addressed a few  words of welcome to the guests.  Mr. Wally Brown, of Port  Mellon, spoke on behalf of the  Port Mellon guests in complimenting the Board of Trade and  thanking them for their invitat-:  ion. Mr. Jim Marsh, from Pender Harbour, brought the greetings from his Board. He appre-  he said that anything he imgfet.:  have, done, was done with his'"  wife by his side, and if it was>  fitting, he would like to hasres  her with him how.  Mrs. Winn, 'Lou' to ever^o__e;:,  was  escorted  to  Harry's sid_w  and remained there duringi M��s  remarks.     Harry    said  ?the  award  should" haw  elsewhere, since firstly,, bis> activities, had beenr cp5?|hie# 40�� Mf.-  business,  secpndlyy^^MyWaeT^  "lam a Yorkshireman^iaodi���$&&<  ��� know'" 'A' flea'' wijl^^^w^^i^  ���ever he^.c^^d?sp%^|^i(^!  a Yorkshiremarii'", and"tMJipy*-  anything he  might  h'aye^ ^fej  was dependant upon h<&m_?$Bfak~  ing, family life, and ���he w^ir_a��_^  whom he had for his wifife.  He thanked the cornnfBrtfe^; tfe'  Board of Trade and aceepfed'___i^  scroll amid another S^arffr  round  of applause.  The  guests  then   rose  franr  their seats and went to ^ongrsff-  ulate both Mr. and  Mrs.  Wrrur  persor.Qlly,, having drunk a toast"..  Continued on Page 8  See Good  Citizen award?. The Coast News    Thursday,    Sept.   24,    1953  (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, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W  Box 128 Gibsons . British Columbia.  ilonal5  Bouquets this week to the Gibsons and District Kinsmen.  jThat they have seen a public need ,arid ithat they have riot  stopped merely at its recognition, but that they have gone out  land done something about it.  In last week's 'News' we published an account of the fact  that the Kinsmen had raised and used almost seven hundred  dollars for the benefit of the community by improving their  community playground, have installed play equipment for  children, have installed proper sanitary facilities there, and  that they intend to carry on this good piece of work in addition to their other laudable efforts.  To the Kinsmen, then, Orchids.  ponce court n  Much comment, both adverse and favorable, have been  ireceiyed regarding our publication of Police Court News.  fThose persons who have the misfortune to be caught breaking  rules and regulations that have been set up for the amenable  existence of society at large irito which we have grown, are  prone to wish their names may be lefit out of the little column.  It should be stated here that the column is not published  vith malicious intent, albeit occasionally wifth the tongue in  jthe cheek.  It is our hope, that those who pause to read the Court  News may gradually be informed of the fact that there a*re  certain things which aught not to be done, and that the doing  Of them is regarded as actionable.  Though we live beyond Howe Sound, we do not live beyond  the Law. Many people, when they move to the country, feel  that they have moved to an area where they have no responsibilities to the rest of the people who live there, and tha,t they  may act in any manner the mood of the moment dictates.  The work of our estimable police force, and that of the  courts may be cut considerably, if it is realized that here,  Itoo, is civilization. The consequent costs, not only to individuals who "didn't get away witih it", but to tax-payers generally, may be considerably reduced.  As for those who approach us with the. offer of some  kind of reward for forgetting to include their own little indiscretions, we forgive. We also publish. We feel that the, consideration we are being asked to show, in those cases, might  well have been shown earlier by the person who fears his  friends or family may read the Police Court News.  FOR CASH IN AN EMERGENCY - TRY THE B OF M FIRST.  r  When you need money in an emergency, you need it fast. That's  Why it is well: to remember you can save time, as well as money, by  first consulting Mr. Tom Larson, manager of the Gibsons Bank of  Montreal office.  ���   * *  Here is the story in one sentence. If you have a regular income  and are in a position to repay without overstraining yourself, Mr.  Larson can advance you a B of M Personal Loan for any useful  purpose. And if it's an emergency, you can count on him to come  to a decision without unnecessary delay.  A B of M Personal Loan costs only six per cent a year and can  he repaid in easy instalments. You pay interest only on the amount  lyou still owe, so that.if you borrow $100 and repay in monthly instalments over a year, the. cost is \ only 27 cents a month. You can  borrow more or less, for shorter or longer periods, at proportionately the same cost.  Remember, in financial emergency, make Mr. Larson's office  <reur first stop. He is accustomed to dealing confidentially with  people in time of emergency or opportunity, and he can be depended upon to help in every possible way. Advt  Editor, The Coast News,  "Somebody missed the Boat"  Your many questions about  the backwardness of this district  as applying to Agriculture may  well make one wonder and ask  "What do we do here?  There are many reasons for  detriment in agriculture these  days, but perhaps one of the  chief is that most of the local  young men have been engaged  to a greater extent in recent  years in industry at a higher  annual income than can be obtained from general or even  specified farming. Also to be remembered is the fact that we  who have passed the sunny side  of sixty years must take heed of  nature's sign posts warning us  /to go slower. This is not by any  means the only district finding  itself in the same dilemma ��� a  history of some parts of the  Fraser Valley depicts a picture  somewhat similar.  When the time comes, and it  may not be so very long, enthusiasm for the land, and for a  living from the land, will be on  a more optimistic level than it  is now, and when fuller realization of what real true co-opera- ���  tion means and what it can  accomplish, particularly in districts like this, we may then hear  less of the phrase "It cannot be  done."  Although you do not state, and  perhaps do not mean it, we feel  'in your Editorial a slight challenge to this Institute. To meet  that challenge, our records prove ,  that endeavors have been made  ���with some success;���for the  welfare of the members and the  Community, but just as it is with  many a family, the willing workers carry the load.  When   more   of   us.   put   our  shoulders to the wheel in real,  earnestness   and   hold   a   well  balanced optimism for the future  we shall be rewarded.  Mrs. M. LeFeuvre  Secretary  Howe Sound Farmers'  Institute  Ed's Note: The reference, as  the statement, in the Edlitorial  referred to above, was to the  lost opportunity in marketing  the produce, already available.  The challenge was there. Not to  the Farmers' Institute alone, but  to producers generally. That the  "Market" could succeed, even, if  modestly for a beginning, Was  demonstrated in previous operation. To our mind, it should have  been encouraged to grow.  Secret Cove  Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnson from  Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Mellick  of L..A. California, stopped in on  their return trip from Princess  Louise for a visit with the  Willisons.  The Ramsay's have returned  to Secret Cove after spending  their holidays touring the Northern Waters.  Miss M. McNaughton has returned to Vancouver after spending OLabor Day holiday with her  parents at Secret Cove.  Recent visitors at the home of  the Willisons were Mr. and, Mrs.  M. Linstead of .New Westminster  and Mr. and Mrs. Wiles of Vancouver.  6i|r Service Is  Quick  Our Work Is  RiCHTER'S   Radio  Will Buy Used Radios  Or Accept "Trade-Ins"  Phone Sechelt 25J  W�� ItteFacSden, D.O.  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91   ���;  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m: to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why pro to Vancouver for  Optical Service?  Humor in Uniform  A soldier returned to camp  exhausted after a weekend of  Wine, Womeni, Women, Women,  and song. On thebunk that held  his recumbent form, his buddies  hung a sign: "Temporarily out  of Arb or." - The Rer's Digest.  At'the zoo a group of people  watched the antics of a large  orangutan. He was throwing a  terrific tantrum and his rage  seemed directed at his mate in  the next cage. He made several  attempts to claw her through  'the bars and, failing that, he  flailed and threshed about y furiously, stopping now and then to  pound his head against the cem-  'feat f(bbr; of his cage.       _>'  Twp well-dressed women were  also watching the scene. Suddenly one turned to the. other  and exclaimed, "Goodness, that  reminds me! I've got to have  that dented fender rpaired before, my husband get�� home,  this evening." ^ The Reader's  Digest.    , I     i  Husbands! Wives!  Want new Pep and Vim?  Thousands of couples are weak, worn-out, exhausted solely because body lacks iron. Fornew  yim.vitalityjtry Ostrex Tonic Tablets. Supplies ��.  iron you, too, may need for pep; supplementary doses Vitamin Bi. Introductory or "get-  acquainted" size only 60tf. At all druggists.  FOR QUICK SALES  USE THE COAST. NEWS  CLASSIFIED  B. W.  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  ��� TAtlow 1954 i ���  VANCOUVER 1, &C.  It's   Murdoch's  For  Gillnetting Supplies  Needles, Net Twine  Dye,  Etc.  EVINRUDE AGENCY  3 to 25 h.p. Motors  Fall Boots, Clothing  MURDOCH'S  Marine Supplies  Phone 116  PENDER  HARBOUR  Howe Sound Trading fe id  Will be closed  * f  All day Wed. Sept. 30  For Stock Inventory  REALLY SPECIAL BUYS IN  COATS FOR FALL & WINTER  Camel Hair ��� All Wool ��� Tweeds, etc.  $35.00 - up  Orders Taken For Individual Styles.  NEW BEAUTIFUL DRESSES  IRENE'S DRESS & STYLE SIIOPPE  Phone 35  GIBSONS  Bal's Block  Seagram's Crown Royal  agramtsV.O.  ram's "83'  Stagram's Kings Plate  Seagrams Special Old  SB-  ss  ^^^^^  :A����SS!  This advertisement is not published or displayed by   y.  the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. , ��.  wpvmwmir  V  ask  <<_r__J  These two pve-school youngsters are quite happy that school  days are here again. Their favorite program, "Kindergarten of  the Air," returned to the air-  lanes Sept. 14, and is heard each  week day morning on the CBC's  Trans-Canada network. Even the  dog ."seems interested. As in other  years, "teachers" Dorothy Jane'*  Goulding and Ruth Johnson take  'turns  conducting the  broadcasts.  Try The Coast News Classified  ^  "pennies  NOTICE  of  Schedule Change  BLACK * BALL FERRIES  Effective  Sept  28, 1953  Subject to change without notice  5     Round  Trips  Daily     5  Lv. Gibsons  ' 7:00 a.m.  lO.-O.O^a.m.  /"/ 1:00 p.m.  4:00 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  ���8:30 a.m.  11:30 a.m.  2:30 p.m.     *  5:30 p.m.  8:30 p.m.  Pacific Standard Time  Gibsons-Keats Island ^Gamdier  Island  Every Monday  Lv.. Gibsons  Lv. New Brighton  Lv. Keats Island  Arr. Gibsons  8:30 a.m.-  .9:00 a.m. -  9:30 a.m. -  9:40 a.m.  7:00 p.m  7:30 p.m,  8:00 p.m,  -8:10 p.m,  Black Bail  Ferries  Ltd.  HORSESHOE BAY, B.q.  Phone Whytecliff 3581 or 2342  tf  Thursday,    Sept.   24,   1953    The  Coast News  sonews  by W. M. New  September visitors to Gibsons  have included Miss I s o b e 1  Wright and Miss Anna Burns, of  Vancouver who have been visiting the brother of the latter  here.  Mrs. M. Peters of Union Bay  has been visiting Mrs. Dora  Benn.  Rev. and Mrs. Alf Thompson  of Vancouver, formerly of Edmonton, and Mr. Dill of Vancouver have been visiting Rev.  and Mrs. Frank Bushfield.  Mrs. William Navid of Quathi-  aski Cove has been visiting her  brother Mr. Hammond.  Mrs. Lowden is visiting her  daughter Phyllis on Vancouver  Island.  Our good wishes go with Mrs.  Ingram and family who have  .recently moved to Kelowna, and  with Mrs. Bowdei. and family  recently moved to Vancouver.  Rev. and Mrs. Frank Bush-  field spent last weekend in Vancouver to attend the christening  of their granddaugher there,  Jeanetta Ethel, at Canadian  Memorial Chapel by Rev. J.  Gorwell.  On Tuesday afternoon Sept.  Sth, the United Church held a  successful Sunday School Picnic  in the Kinsmen Playground. The  children, parents and teachers  had a happy time with games,  races, and of course refreshments. All appreciated the  swings, tables, etc, available  there so* easily accessible from  the village.  Fishing low Lights  Every evening unless the sea  is too rough for fishing; a long  dark object steals out of Charter  Creek at Gower Point. I think  those aboard belong to the Ayles  and the Poole tribes,.  I have been Jkfee'ping pretty  well out of range as my tribe  consists of myself and my pup;  but as I am sure *there will be an  upset some evening, because one  of the reckless chiefs persists in  standing in the boat, I keep an  eye on them, but I suppose as  he is of the Poole tribe he will  come to no harm in the water.  Anyway I could always send my  pup in to see if anything ails  him.  Farmers' Institute  The Howe Sound Farmers'  Institute met on Sept. 14th. The  Editorial from the Coast News  of July 9th was read and discussed, and a motion was passed  unanimously to send a reply.  A motion that a letter be sent  to the District Engineer, with  copies to the Minister of Puplic  Works, Victoria, -and Mr. Gargrave, M.L.A., that work be  started immediately oh the  cleaning ���p of the ditches and  of the opening up of same where  necessary, also the clearing of  brush from intersections. It was  pointed out that if immediate  attention to the latter is neglected, there is real cause for accidents.  There was a continuation of  discussion on VON, and approval  of a donation of $15.00 to go towards funds for the new car.  At the Fair Committee meeting the previous night, the usual  interest and frankness prevailed.  The chief topic was the forthcoming dance in the Gibsons  School Hall for next year's Fall  Fair Prizes. The Dance is dated  for Sept. 26th, 1953  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  ttit^F&'i**���**���*'  k&5*  ���_��  It is not too early to choose  the Greeting Card you will send  to your-Friends and Associates  Phone Write  or Call  THE  COAST  NEWS,  Gibsons  ���     ''   WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT SELECTION AVAILABLE.  M  _)  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  PENINSULA  ACCOUNTING   .SERVICE  All 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.  v    Also   Road  Work  Fully Licensed and Insured in B.C.  JACK  CAMPBELL  5308 Prince Edward St. Vancouver,  B.C., Phone  FRaser  3831  BULLDOZING  TRACTOR   WORK  Clearing -  Grading  -   Excavating,  D-4 & D-6   Bulldozing  Clearing   Teeth  A.E. RITCHEY,  Phone    GIBSONS    86  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   He'ating   Ass'n.  "PRATT and LAMBERT PAINTS''  NURSERIES  THOMSON'S NURSERIES  Ornamental  TREES AND SHRUBS  FRUIT TREES - ROSES  R.R,  1 Gibsons, on Sechelt  Highway  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  For the Finest  FUNERAL   FLOWERS  call  W.   Graham.   Gibsons,  60-  P.O. Box 28.  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  PLUMBING  MARSHALL'S    PLUMBING,  HEATING   and   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 64S, - 104, - or 33  SECHELT CARTAGE  M.   HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  We haul anything, anywhere,   i.  anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  BARRISTERS &  SOLICITORS  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.  and by appointment.  Phone Sechelt 96 J, Gibsons 44  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 39 S Sechelt . ���'��_  The Coast News     Thursday,    Sept.    24,    1953  N  ews  lews  Around the School  To welcome Port Mellon as a  merw community neighbor t "Ellfy"  itaeked up a few pin-ups of old  'r'_aS��TxTu,lM {the mill) in the sliow-  "   .S_2��*U  X suppose most of you have  ���aoticed the smoke and commo-  ���&1033  taking place in back  of our  i  ES5&_<2"1, -but this one reporter (not  SxvSiig  here)   knew nothing of  it.  iUa-s,    and   alack,    my    dear   old  sponsor persuaded me, (by force)  _�� so and talk to the gentleman  ;i__.   charge..   So,   plowing   through  ilftfe   rough   underbrush,   jumping  aver   logs,    and   inhaling   brush  fire  smoke,   I  make my  may   to  ?__���_> source  of  a, horrible  racket.  1P&_r or five men were busy, each  asfe "his own particular job, sawing,  ���j_bft**'ailing,    hacking,   and   biiild-  '__���: up  the  rubbish  heap  in the  -centre of a soon-to-be clearing.  The saw stopped and I finally  -m&& noticed.' I started my inquest  'TPiiix the man I presumed in  ������&h&r ge, only to discover Mr.  ���Ciltj-tos, was the man with the  ���ssfiovel. Mr. Gibbs, was so nice  :&& to stop for awhile to brief me  ���ass. the extent of his contract,  Tsr&icli I learned was to extend the  __*_t_daries of our grounds to the  ____�� easterly point of the schools  ���gsrss^erty. It calls for rough grade,  _a_t this may be a fresh start  ���fia_r_iH sports lovers. As Mr. iGibbs  -was* a friendly gentleman I belie?*- he'll make the grounds, the  _k��3& tie can, for us.  return to Regina soon because "I  don't like the climate and there  isn't enough excitement around  here."  Sports  Views  By  BIMiY. NICHOIjS  Up until this writing, house  competition had not started, but  no one has been inactive, either  playing touch yards, soccer, or  even a little baseball. We hope  to have house sports rolling  again soon.  Basketball is just around the  corner and the senior boys rep.  team seems to be fairly strong  although not quite as strong as  last year, but it's much too early  to tell how the team will pan  out.  The Cougars lost a lot of basketball player n big Bob Nygren,  who graduated last year (SNIFF  SNIFF) but we have a player  this year who may fill those  shoes. His name is Roger Evans  and he's tall and well-built and  will probably take up a 'lot -of  the slack left by last year's hoop  graduates. He came to Elphinstone from the Abbotsford High  School. Two of last year's junior  players, Pete Slinn and Bob  Douglas will help a lot too.  Social News  3Ry KAREN STOCKWELL.  T&oger Evans, a new grade 12  _��x__ent,. looks   like  a ' very  good  japsspsct    for    our    senior    boys  ^Saaclretball team, for he not only  .'Haass the height, but likes basket-  _stK very much.  He  formerly at-  r&e&ded  Philip   Sheffield   High  in  ...J_ls5;otsford   for   two   years,   but  "���_��__tt'last summer on the Prair-  _��r_  Besides  basketball,   he  likes  swimming very  much.  "Frances Lymer, another new  student in grade 9-B, comes from  __��_pj_a. Her favorite sports are  :_eeeer, basketball and hockey.  :_?j5S���illing is her favorite subject.  IHfear .ambition is to be a stenographer.   She   thinks   that   she'll  Girl s  Sports  By   RUTH  TYSON  Another school term has started���that means sports equipment  comes out of moth balls for another year and our first season  about, to staiyt. i  During one school terni we  have four seasons, starting out  with soccer and volleyball; second season, basketball; third  season, baseball and fourth, track  and field.  First season we'll use the good  days for soccer and the wet days  for volleyball. Basketball will  start about the end of November,  then in April we'll be out at the  old  ball  diamond  again.  As soon as we get our newcomers tagged A, B, or C, we'll  start inter-house competition,  and thus have one or two exciting events to take up space.  CI L PAINTS have lone  proved that they can  TAKE IT. They have  the enduring beauty, the  tough resistance to wear  and weather which  means true paint economy. Cover better, look  better, last longer than  cheaper paints. 22 colours,  black and  white.  THERE IS STILL TIME) TO RENOVATE TH��  EXTEIIIOR OF YOUR HOME  For Paints, Thinners, Oils, VaTiiishes  Brushes and Rollers  _Fhone Gibsons 53 Or Gall At  ;gii  By  PAT  PETERSON  v  Now that the Port Mellon-  Gibsons road is completed enough  for travelling, many changes are  noted in the pulp mill town.  There are now so many cars in  the town that for years has seen  only trucks, bulldozers, and bikes  that the building of a gas star  tion, parking lot and garage space  ' is  necessaiT-  Besides the changing of the  exterior town, and just as important, is the added recreation.  The Community Club is now rapidly planning its large and varied  program. Already a bowling  league has been organized and  since Sechelt has the only available alleys we will be adding to  another district's trade, that being just one of the ways. We hope  to have indoor sports, badminton, soccer and others; hobby  and handicraft groups and regu-j  lar dances.  The teenagers are not forgotten, for we hope to have a dance  floor and juke box.  All the residents will agree  that it seems strange to see the  truckers, cleaners and other business in Port Mellon, besides the  visitors just looking around our  small town. Even at that they  get lost and have to ask the  "natives" .for   directions.  Of course, we welcome all these  things for they represent progress and who can or wants to  stop  progress?  been in the district looking for  treasures for his shop. He happened in on a meeting of the  local Red Cross Society, in what  was ��� summer home now converted to their needs for the  winter. Said Mr. Mayne, "Pardon me, I am looking for antiques.'' And up piped one of the  ladie^..."Well,- here we, are: Take  your pick".; And Mr. Mayne retired in confusion to the house,  next door.    >- :r;  For   Best  Results  Use The  ^oast* News Classified  Porpoise Patter  "By SALLY ANN  Mr. and Mrs. Melrose from  Trail were '.recent guests of Mr.  and Mrs.-'S William Anderson.  They have been host to many  of their friends and relatives  from Trail during the summer  holidays.  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wilson Jr.  and family of North Vancouver,  and friends, paid a visit to Mr.  Wilson's parents, the Ken Wilsons Sr. over the Labor Day  weekend.  Noticed quite a crowd -at Dr.  Elvin's on the Labor Day weekend. They have been up periodically this summer.  Mr. and Mrs. Clarence New-  combe have had as house guests  Mrs.. Newcombe'R sister and family from Vancouver. Mr. New-  combe is busy these days building  new quarters  for his. chinchillas.  u  WE CARRY THE STOCK"  Roberts Creek  Round-up  ������ -  by Madge Newman  The* old stand-bys and a few  new members turned out Sept.  15th to the first Fall meeting  of  trie- P-TA.   It  was   held   as  usual  in   the  school,   and  was  a  busy*'..sejasicjn   after  th^,  two  moi^s;;ya;Qa^pni^'';'"\>:-y    b  Working in conjunction with  otller organi-jationis, this body  voted to donate to the VON new  car fund/It will also sponsor a  winter reading club for the  children. Mrs. Blake and Mr.  Russel were appointed as a committee to -arrange the Hallowe'en  party which takes place annually in the Hall and is sponsored  by the Kinsmen Club.  Two PTA members, Mrs. M.  Coles and* Mrs. G. Reeves, *were  thanked by the VON secretary,  Mrs. E. Wallis, for their assistance at the recent VON bazaar.  Members were advised that  the Parent and Teacher Conference held at Madeira Park will  take place this year on October  3rd. Mr. Pritchard will be the  guest speaker on the subject of  school curriculum, a subject  close to the heart���and spirit���  of many.  Since the activity in this community is great and it is difficult  to find enough nights in the  week, PTA has again changed  its meeting night froni the third  Tuesday in the month to the  third Wednesday. This is to accomodate members who wish to  bowl, their nights being Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Mrs. J. Jack accepted the  position of Histdrian for the  Roberts Crek PTA.  Following the business meeting, Mrs. E. Wallis conducted a  questionaire pertaining to the  work of the PTA, which in turn,  was  followed  by  refreshments.  Legion' Hall was comforably  filled Sept; 14th when Mr. Q.  Russell showed the National"  Film Board films. They were an  interesting choice of educational  pictures.....Those who have not  availed themselves of the opportunity of seeing these films have  missed..., some good * entertain-  tffent, at low cost. There is a  saucer at. the dopr for your contribution and no set price is de-  manded,  Mr. Mayne, yvireil-icnowri antique dealer of Vancouver has  PRES-TO LOG  Logs or Briquettes  Ed. Shaw, Agent  Phone Roberts Creek 22R  Wow you can. drop over  and see us -about that rental, -or that home you  'would like to own -or to  discuss your insurance  problems -or just for a  friendly visit.  Your cooperative Sechelt  Motor Transport Co. is  operating a bus service-  Tuesdays and Saturdays so  rihat you can so conveniently visit us.  We have some very excel-,  lent buys'',with.'.low down  payments- comp over and.  let us show youJ these.  Totem   Realty      |  i ���  Gibsons, B.C.  Stock  Clearance  Sale  Of Men's press Shoes,  Scampers and Work Boots  20% Off  But ��� No Credit or Refunds.  o....  Ladies!  New Fall Styles  In Dress, Dance and Parjtiy Shoes  Also Casuals for 4;he "Young Set"  "FIT YOUR F^ET^AJT  Mateo's Shoe Store  PHONE 111 H  GIBSONS  It Will Pay You To Check  These Clothing Values  Men's Dress Pants, Jackets  Men^s Winter Underwear  op�� sizes in sh^^ -������������  ��: WORK PANTS, ETC.,  _  Now Being Cleared At  I Orie Third Oft Retail Price  i ��� ���  -��� <.  Phone 32  Gibsons  _____B___S____S Canada's first national tractor plowing champion will be chosen.from competing provincial champions at the Ontario Plowmen's Association International Match at Cobourg, Ont., October 6 to 9. Above, Emmanuel Hahn,  the internationally-famous Canadian sculptor, who has^designed many of  Canada's stamps and coins, is'putting the finishing touches to the clay model  of the winner's trophy, the Esso Silver Plow. In addition to the trophy, the  Canadian champion and the runner-up will travel each,year.as guests of  Imperial Oil to the world plowing match where they will compete on behalf  of Canada<The first world match is being held at Cobourg; the second^ next  yearin the Republic of Ireland.  Halfmoon  Beains  by Florence  Cormack  >     Journeying   to  Victoria   this  ��� week for the opening of the Legislature were  Mrs.  Wm. Aber- .  \ hart,  wife of the late premier  i of Alberta,' and lier  daughter,  Mrs. J. Cooper of Redrooffs.  Pleased to report Mri: George  ;.., Simpson  h'orae  again  after his  .i-j recent illness,  It was, forturia-  j; tely, not of is^h^^a|^eribu_ iiSa'tore^-  ! j as had at first been, thought.  :,     Mrs. W. Meikle and Mrs,-W,  ; Miller attended the Board meet-  ]: iiiig of the Elphinstone branch of  :���; the VON held in the Cpmmun-  : ity Hall 'at Wilson Creek, Tues.  :- Sept.  15th.   ,  ;   ���   Following the. reports of the  Secretary-and  Treasurer,   Miss  ��� Godwin, VON. gave a report on  iier own work.  Captain and Mrs. McWilliams  ��� are spending a few days at their  Welcome each home. . ^  Miss Aileen Menzies of Van-  :    couver and Louise} and Jimmy  ���'- Coates of Ladner B.C. have been  visiting at their parents' home,  Mr. and Mrsi Andy Menzies.  On the sick list are Mrs. Tony  '���   Tschaikosky  and  Mrs. Henney,  ;" in hospital in Vancouver.  Born to Mr. and Mrs. David  Fearce, o��i Sept. 14, a daughter,  Allison Jean. The B.L. Pearces  are the proud grandparents.  4 Birthdays this week are Ma j.  Roy Gregg, Capt McWilliams  and Mr. Bill Franklin, one of  our older Olde Timers. He is at  present in Vancouver.  ' People are using the new cutoff now, witness the presence  of Mr. and Mrs. A. Menzies,  with Mr. and Mrs. Meikle, and  A. Young, the L.B. Pearces and  others there last Sunday.  ,  Week-enders are Rbrii-Bendy  and Hop Ayles Sid Shaw, Geo.  Nairn, Mr. and Mrs. Lee.  ���The Scanlon�� are the guests  of the Frank Lyons, as is their  daughter Marylin Lyons,  Mayors' Congress  The   CBC   will    broadcast    a  resume     of     the     International  Municipal   Congress  of  Mayors  over  Its  Tjrans-pianda   network  on. September 26th.  Starting at 3:15 p.m., the re-  port on the Congress will be in  the form of a montage and will  highlight the .important  issues*;  dscussed... during    the    four-;day.'  :session.    :::^yy. '���;'���>' sv.-���'.��� ���.;.���������&���'>     *'  More tnan .1200 mayors from  the ^S> jand  Canada  were  expected to attend the Congress in  ... v, ������ ...  Date Pad  Sept. 25 ��� Roberts Creek Legion Hall 2 to 4 Ladies Auxilliary Canadian Legion harvest  tea and sale home cooking etc.  Door priz;e. ' '  25 ���- Gibsons Legion  Hail 8p.m. first of 5 game series  Whist Drive - $25.00 aggregate  prize per  game.  ��� ��� ��������� '.."*������������:  -'"..'".'.���  Oct.: 2 -��� St. Bartholomew's  ���WA* general^ineigting in the parish hall at 2 p.m.  Oct. 3 ���- Selma Park Community Hall, 8 p.m. whist rive  and  bingo.  Oct. 3 ���Madiera Park school  teachers PTA coference on curriculum,  10 a.m.  ANY DAY ��� It pays to talk  over your insurance coverage  with us - insurance is vital - are  you fully covered.  Oct. 7��� Sechelt Legion Hall  Holy Family Parish Bazaar, 8  p.m.  Oct: 8 ��� Gibsons United  Church Hall W.A. United church  birthday party - movies - refreshments - everybody welcome  birthday collection.  Oct. 10 ��� Wilson Creek Community Hall, 8 p.m. Social and  dance, games, from 8 p.m. on,  proceeds VON. * . ' ���  Nov.   2  ���  St.   Bartolomew's  WA   Fall  Bazaar.  \  Nov.  12  ��� Roberts  Creek -  Order Eastern Star fall bazaar  Masondc Hall 2:30 to 5.  Nov. 16 ��� Selma Park Community Hall, 2 p.<m. tea and, bazaar.  y Every Tues. -��� Gibsons Public  Library iu Mr. McKibbin's office, open 2 to 4 p.m.  THIS, W,EEK<S SOCIAL ���  SOAMESX&P0&- :*��ry'; nice *2  bedroom  home   on  two  corner  lota,  splendid,  view,   fireplace;  inside plumbing, electric lights/  near" beach.   Rare   bargain   at  ��0 uourt news  In MAGISTRATE 'JOHNSTON'S  COURT  Joseph Spangler, of Princeton,  BjC., formerly of Sechelt Service  Store, was'clocked at.sixty miles  per hour on the Sechelt Highway  and was assessed twenty dollars  and costs.  N Joseph Romano, of Vancouver  fell afoul of Bylaw 9 5 in Gib-  ��� sons, and was fined two dollars  and costs for parking in a prohibited  area. \  James   W.   Friend  of  Gibsons,  defended    by    H. . A.   D.   Oliver,  Barrister, won an acquittal on. a  charge of driving without reasonable  consideration for others  using the highway. Mrs. Jean Pom-  .   evoy and her daughter Anne had  laid  a  complaint  that they were  forced   to  jump  into  a  ditch   on  'Gower  Road  by  an  approaching  cai> allegedly "travelling  at  great  speed  and on   the   extreme  right  edge of the highway. There was  insufficient evidence  to establish  the   identity   of   the   car   or   the  "driver. /  John Allen Bland of Selma.  Park was found guilty of operating his car while his ability was  impaired by. alcohol, along the  highway from Porpoise Bay to  Selma Park. He was fined $100  and costs. -   y.     ^ ���;  Bruce Creighton Gordon of  Burnaby was fined ten dollars  and costs when found guilty of  exceeding the speed limit near  Seaview Cemetery.  RonaldT Whitaker of Wilson  Creek, for being found; guilty of  leaving his car parked on the  pavement on the highway at Wilson Creek, paid a fine of "two  dollars and costs-  Clarence Nygard( of Thornby  Island, was' charged; with ex--  ceeding xthe speed, limit at Roberts Creek. ^ Found guilty, he  was fined twenty dollars and  ���costs:   '::x      ������'���'���'���������'���.��� ' ������  Thursday,    Sept.   24,    1953        The Coast News  $3695 on terms.  h  I  I  FOR INSURANCE  OR REAL ESTATE .SEE '  ����tem  Realty  : ; Phone Gibsons 44  ���y S y  Evenings "95J  Member Association of B.C.  Real Estate  Agents.  FOR SALE  FOR   SALE  Summer Special, Fir - $10.00  Cord. Alder - $9.00.  E. McCartney. Phone 67 H. tfn  For Sale, 2 lots no. 1, 2 DL.  886, 56 x 150 feet. Frontage on  Sechelt Highway in "Gibsons between Pentecostal Church and  Elementary School- $150000  cash, apply Mrs. C. Goodeniugh  Box 552, Victoria, B.C. 37  Modern three roomed house,  2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen  bathroom, utility room. Garage  and wood shed. Apply Riddell  Garden Bay. Pender Harbour,  BC.     :    * , 38  N>w 4 roomed house, full  basement, furnace- Headlands,  Gibsons, B. C. Contact A. Wais,  1856 Charles St. Phone HAst.  0420 Y Vancouver. 38  Modern "Renown" pot burner  oil range. Phone anytime, Gibsons 7 H 2.  Six young ducks and two old  ducks, approx. 5 lb. each. O.  Brumbaugh, Reid Road, Gibsons.  38  ,:.\\:,-:  >   ANGLICAN Gft^RCH  ; Sept. 27th, 5^53  17th  Sunday SfteF ^Trinity  St.     Bartholomew's    Church  ���'   Gibsons  11:00 a.m. Sunday School  3:30 pm: Evensong  St* Hilda's: yCKurch ��� Sechelt  11:00 a:m. Holy Communion .  11.00y^jsi. Sunday. School  St.  Aidan's   Church  '   Roberts Creek  2.00 p.m. Sunday School  V 2.00 p.m. Evensppg  -   ���' in  '���      '������������ "��� ���  '     i��   -������-���  ���    ������-���������!���       ������������������������- ��� i .���        iii   ������    -���;t"   "*  St.   VINCENT'S-  MISSIONS  St. Mary - Gibsons,- 11:00 a.m.  Holy. Family -  Hens, $1.00 each, W.H. Palmier  Gibsons,. 67 R. 38  Gibsons, near beach, small 2  room home, electric lights, water  available, real nice location.  Full ^price $1650 terms $650  down balance as rent. Totem  Realty.  Large cleared lot on Porpoise  Bay Road, at Mill Road junction.  Apply Chuck's Motors, Sechelt.  :  tfn  - Granthams, for sale, comfortable, modern, new 2 bedroom  home, electric hot water, grand  view, full price $3750 on. terms  $750 down balance as rent.  Totem Realty, BtC.  Coleman Oil Circulating heater, $25.00. Apply S. Fladager,  Gibsons. tfn  .FOR RENT  Sechelt  9:00 a.m.  UNITED CHURCH  Sunday School   '\  Gibsons��� 9:45 a.m.  Public   Worship  -   11:00  a.m.  Roberts Creek ��� 2 p.m.  Wilson Greek Sunday School  11:00 a.m.  Public   Worship   ���   3:30   p.m.  Port Mellon. Wednesday  7:30 p.m.  BETHEL   CHURCH  v Sechelt       ::y '  Legion -Hall   road.  2:00 p.m. Sunday School  Gospel Service, 3:00 p.m.  Sechelt, furnished cottage,  phone 33. 38  New ,3 xoomed house, ifull  plumbing, near Pentecostal  church, school. R-M. Kelly. Nth.  Road Gibsons.  Cozy Beach Cottages, close to  stores, ferry - reasonable rents.  For inspection - keys at Wynken,  Blynken or Nod./For information, phone Whytecliffe 3201, or  write Mrs. John Inglis, Horshe-  shoe Bay,  B.C.  Ridgeway Auto Court on Sechelt highway. Winter rentals  noiw in effect. Phone Gibsons  8 L. tfn  Housekeeping suite with toilet, two bedrooms, reasonable.  "Sunnyside" ';.-. opp. Granthams  wharf.       .  PENTECOSTAL  RENTAL.*, six houses to rent  from $25 to $80 a -month, Totem  Realty.  TABERNACLE    WQRK  WANTED  Sunday Services:  9:45 a.m. Sunday School  11:00   a.m.   Devotional  7:30 t>.m. Evangelistic  Prayer and Bible Study  Wilson Creek  2 p.m. Sunday School  Evangelistic Service  Sunday  7:30  p.m.  Tuesday  7:30 pim.  Young People's. Friday 7:30 p.m.  'Roberts Creel-  Service Monday, 7:30 p.m.  Wednesday 8 p^rn.  Young   People's,   Friday,    7:30  Spray and Brush Painting: also paper hanging. J. Melhus.  Phone Gibsons 33,.        ..        tfn  CARD  OF THANKS  Mrs. Saunders and son, Fit.  Sgt. W.E.D. Saunders, wish to  thank their many friends foi^  their kind expressions of sympathy in the recerit passing of  their husband and father, Major  A.L.W. Saunders.  Mrs.  Winnifred  E.  Saunders,  Box 74, Gibsons.  Good Wood and Sawdust, Old  growth Fir and Millwood, Dry  Fir Sawdust, Joe Rushton,  Phone 91 R Gibsons. tfn  Rough   and  Planed  Lumber  Ph_��ne   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  K0LTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Acreage or lots fronting main,  highway near Squamish. Electricity, store, school bus. Ideal  for small holding or will subdivide to suit. Enquiries to P-O.  Box 262, Nanaimo, B.C. 40  New Log house and 40 acres.  Two and a half 'miles west of  Sechelt. Lots of fire wood and  timber. $1500.00 CO. Nordby,  West Sechelt.  Wan,t to  build,   we  have th��  perfect  lot   in  Gibsons,   lovely  view,   at  a   bargain   $415.00  Totem   Realty.  1951 Dodge pick up, good  condition, low mileage. Apply  R. MacKay. Pender Harbour.  39  Heater "Superflame" large  62,000 BTU as new. Too large  for our 5 room house. Less than  half price, $90.00- Box 391,  Sechelt, Phone 17 R. 39  Five acres, 1. cleared, fenced  neat 2 room house,, city water  electric lights available, close  in on main road, full price, as is  $1750. Totem Realty B.C.  16ft. Clink built boat with  inboard motor, one and a half  h.p. Briggs arid Stratton. $100.00  good condition. End of season  bargain, apply Gibsons Bakery.  ^* tfn.  One double barrel 12 gauge  shot gun, also one Remington  .22 rifle. Apply to P. Cambourne  Hopkins Landing.  Leaving Gibsons for . quick  sale. Chairs (casual), end table,  lamp, Restmore chesterfield,  couch, large rug, radio (battery).  Froe, peavey, cross cut saw, pike  pole. Maytag washing machine.  14ft. boat, clinker built, inboard  motor." Burr, Lynn Cottage, Bay  Road.  WANTED TO BUY  Waterfront property suitable  to, build summer camp near Gibsons, Hopkins, Roberts Creek or  vicinity. Accessable by road  from Black Ball Ferry. Write  Box  13,  Coast News.  FOUND  Short jacket on Indian Reserve playground, Labor Day.  Apply Union. Office, Sechelt. 39  HELP   WANTED,   MALE  Boys 8 to 12, 1 hour a month  on a Liberty sales route will  give you good profits and swell  prizes. Openings everywhere in  B.C. Write Box 1315, Sun, Vancouver.  INSURANCE  Fire - Auto - Liability. Prompt  courteous service  .  Totem   Realty,  Gibsons.  tfn  WATCH KEPAIBS  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,    Sept.   24,   1953  ower  leanings  by Gypsy Towers  XJown 'to earth again after a  _3_c��st exciting flight to Great  2t8__is, Montana visiting Mr. and  _S___. A.J.. Archambault, being  Entertained by Mr. and Mrs.  43t$2��rles Todd, renewing old ac-  ���<3ptsiBtances and meeting new  .j&zexids��� struck by the added  services and courtesy of the  store clerks and officials���--what  __ pleasure to be served with a  .��a_tile! ,  How for the news of the week  ���Mm Tom Dick off to Kam-  _Cfi_*p_ to visit her daughter and  grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs.  Harry Chaster holidaying and.  itioioring up to Dawson Creek  __����& such points, East as far as  Calgary and Lethbridge���really  giving the Province a going over.  Mrs. Alex Hamilton back from  Sxer delightful and interest-filled  trip to Sweden���weekending at  -lower with her grandson.  <Cr!���d   to    report   Mrs.    John  Coleridge over her operation and  now convalescing nicely with  her Aunt in New Westminster.  Her many friends all wish her  a quick return to her vibrant  self again. -  Mrs. Johnny Thorn into town  for a check-up and a visit with  her family.  Our sympathy with Mrs. Saunders in the loss of her dear husband who had endeared himself  to a host of friends in Gower-  Sympathy to the S.F. Smales  in the loss of their friendly dog  Star.  Mrs. F.W. Dawson entertaining the ladies of the Anglican  W.A. at their first Fall meeting.  Mrs. Kay Fisher taking a brief  holiday on the Island.  The Mitch King's getting back  to normalcy after their happy  iaxd gala wedding of daughter  -Jola ���Who is now Mrs. Roy  Alquist of North Vancouver.  Sorry to report'a month's stay  in hospital is the' lot of Jimmy  Beaton. Both he and Mrs Beaton  having established themselves in  the hearts of the natives of  Gower, they will both be missed  and   our thoughts' and  prayers  are with them< while James is  undergoing treatment.  A shopping, spree into town  for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dykes- And  that winds up the week's doings.  leoiieSf News  Mr. and Mrs. H. Hansen, Vancouver accompanied by their  niece, Ebba Viker, of Oslo, Norway, their guest, were visitors  between busses at the Ole K.  Engen Jiome on Sunday. Mr.  Hansen returned on the Tuesday  and is busy doing the interior  decorating of the Engen's new  residence.  Mr.  and Mrs.  Ole K.   Engen  were business and pleasure visitors in Vancouver for a couple-  of days.    ,  Canadiian wood  consumption  is below  annual forest growth.  PRESTO-LOG  Logs or Briquettes  Ed. Shaw, Agent  Phone Roberts Creek 22R  or  Ore  g^inj^ypiiyu^iiii  -ffriasagga  ___���  Elections of officers for the  Junior Red Cross Branch Div.  1 were held recently. Officers  plected were: President, Ruth  Lumisden; Vice Pres., Dianne  Mulligan; Secretary, George  Oike; Treasurer, Ann Lang.  The children must have a  sound knowledge of the art of  voting, as' there were no spoilt  ballots in the 130 ballots cast-  (Of course, this was not under  the alternative system, of voting)  Further flections will be held  tor"three more  divisons. \  Some forest taxation dliscour-  lages proper forest man agement.  -   ]      Halfmoon Bay  Rough & Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  __��_  3933  ____  ____!  1953 Plyniouth Sedan  Fully Equipped  Less Than 4000  Guaranteed Miles.  Greatly Reduced price  CHUCK'S M���*rai_S  Phone   54-W      ���    Sechelt  NEW AGENTS  Suggest:  !Use ''HOME,'' Products  For Good, Clean; Efficient  v  Service.  Lou & Jack'Fox  Phones 30 M & 45 R Sechelt  Ford Economy Trucks save you money  on every ton-mile of hauling���on any  job you can name . . . because Fords  have . more time-saving, money-saving  features than your trucking dollar ever  bought before! Ford's great V-8 engines  pack plenty of dependable performance  for rugged hauling, while Power Pilot  economy makes every gallon Of gas go  farther. Ford's Driverized Design���with  shorter turning circles, greater manoeuvrability, easier steering, improved  brakes and unmatched cab comfort-  cuts operating costs to the bone!  Ford Trucks cost Jess to maintain!  Ford Economy Trucks stay on the job  faithfully, day after day, mile after mile.  They work harder, last longer, keep repair  and service costs to a minimum. Ford  chassis construction, with new, sturdier  deep-channel frames, provides more  strength and rigidity without excess  weight. Ford's big choice of Synchro-  Silent transmissions���pins Automatic  Transmission* or Overdrive* available on  all V_-ton models���give smooth, quiet  operation and longer service! The extra  strength built right into every truck part  pays off in durability and long life!  (fat extra cost)  SEE YOUR  ��-3Vt> iimd IJa^ moneyl last longer I  No. 2  Sechelt  -y tN��_'3  Gibsons  Pender Harbour Sub. ASetit     Gerry Gordon  liilQRlii!  iiiiiiiiiiii^ lypo s  ^eussns  Like most dwellers on the Peninsula, Hypo has a number of  friends, and relatives south of the  border. Each summer they descend upon her and other relatives, and it behooves the local  cousins to go into a huddle and  ��� devise ways and means of entertaining them. This occurred several  times   this1  year,   the   last  See Our New  WINTER COATS FOR GIRLS & LADIES  Station-Wag-on Coats of "NYL^A-DURE  Children's Snow Suits ���  (Charming 3-piece outfits)  Tasella Shoppe  Phone 29 J ,. Sechelt  All kinds of Lumber, Dimension- - Shiplap - Boards  - v ;        "From $35.00 M,"up. :  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  .    ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  Local Sales And Service Dealer   V  CHUCK'S MOTORS & WELDING  Phone 54 W     ..    ���'"������.���     /   \ Sechelt  G^NER^L  STORE  SECHELT, B. C.  THIS STORE WILL BE  CLOSED ON MONDAYS.  :y:' Commencing October 5th, until  '.'.������������ :.,-:; yy^'yK':y iuHherv;Notice.. \.:',  EXCEimNG DEC; ^IstUnd DEC; 28th.  MEATS: Saturday Only -V;..  Sweet Pickled CORNED BEEF, v  Our ohw cure, grade "A" choice, '.-,.. .���".;'...���'.;' lb 5_t^  Inside Roll Roast of Beef, choice '-A"'..:..;.. lb 72<  Mild Ontario Cheese ..,..'. .'ly....:  lb 49^  GROCERIES:  "PARD" Do�� Food: 2 15 oz Tins for  2T^    |  By the case of 48 Tins  $6.09  "NABOB COFFEE: Saturday Only /....;. .,.\. YbB^f   ~g"  "KRAFT*' Dinner, 2 pkgs. for.. .................. 29^  DRYGOODS  A Full Range Of Colors In  NYLON reinforced Wool: ounce balls, ......v2_ty*  descent taking place a week ago.  There were swimming parties,  fishing parties, bon fires and  suppers at the beach, badminton  games and hikes. And one day  it was a drive to Pender  Harbour.        .       - '  In the'party were Hypo and  two local cousins and the guests.  Gentleman Cousin, hereafter referred to as G.C, Young Cousin,  (Y.C.), and Older Cousin, (O.C.).  The day was perfect, the kind  not usually in evidence when  there are visitors. The trunk  compartment was stuffed with  foods of all kinds for the day's  outing, including a juicy blackberry pie.  As the party was several hours  -late getting started and had already, eaten several meals that  day, they drove some distance  before stopping for lunch. After  the car left tKe blacktop and  ���commenced its effervescence  over the gravel pits, the cousin  who had baked the pie started  worrying about the blackberry  juice. Each time the car made  a particularly good landing she  shrieked for G.C. to stop the car  and examine the trunk compart-  Jment. This spasmodic form of  advance became monotonous and  (the party stopped and ate the  pie. :  In  due  course  they  reached  their destination. The^bays, inlets and lakes of that section of  the    Peninsula    sparkled    like  jewels in the brilliant sunshine.  Seacraft of all kinds came and  went about their business, fishermen poked lazily into the scenic  nooks and corners of the broken  coastline   and   travellers   from  distant ports were welcomed at  the docks and floats.   g^;  Where one local cousin would  point out" the perfection of  Nature's supreme handiwork,  Hypo digressed to the imperfections of man-made drains and  the inadequacy bi. garbage disposal. JSince the, visitors- were  either too polite^ or hungry, to  take sides, they suggested food)  go the party found a'cafe and  feii to. .���:       . ;:>������ y-,:yy.'y: ';.  It was not until they were on V.  their way home that the excite-  anent took place. They had stopped at an abandoned house at the  head of a lake and had poked  into its interesting interior, admired the view and wondered  at the history of the place, as  all visitors must. The car was  parked beside the* house ind the  O.C. advanced innocently to  enter it. So also, did a cow advance. O.C picked up speed. So,  also did the cow. O.C. then abandoned all thought of entering the  car, and to save her life, galloped* around it. So, also, did the  cow.  At this juncture the dog joined  the party and started after .the  O.C. which drove the cow^to  greattv sPeed.Also by this time,"  Y.C.�� who owned the dog, arrived on the scene and dashed  into the chace to save the dog.  the addition of another player  in; the act really speeded things  along and the women and animals passed and re-passed with  unbelievable velocity.  Now G.C. sauntered from the  house, lighting; a cigarette, and  was suddenly galvanized into  action. Just why he joined the  parade he could not say, but  afterwards hesaid he was afraid  O.C. might fall down and he  would step  on her in passing.  Thursday,    Sept.   24,    1953    The Coast News  7  SOLNIK  *.-   A  Growing Stock  Of  AUTO PARTS AND  ACCESSORIES  Goodyear Tires,  New, Retreads, Etc.  FRANK SOLNIK  Phone 48  C Sechelt  Also he remembered that the  cow, to which he reffered as  'he', had turned and doubled  back thinking to catch 'his'  quarry unaware.  The blackberry pie, local  cousin, balancing at the edge of  the lake testing the water for  warmth, heard the commotion,  looked up and promptly toppled  into (the lake.'  The other local cousins watched  the entertainment for a while  and then said '.Shoo" to the cow,  which, having had its curiosity  satisfied, meandered back to the  pasture.  Hypo put her little black note  book back in her pocket. "Let's  go," she said.  For   Best  Results  Use The   ^oast News Classified  FJ.-.V-:", �����"���*������ /.*ri;��*%i';-V-'iVJfc>^V��_":i.iPv'Sft  ��� ���* * ��� ���*���'* i"^.e___.~ i--*r** fcXaj'-r^ewg'-.*. ti*_.   js��    ��%   ������ *���#����� ������* j?  SEE  HASSAN'S  For  Fall Fishing Supplies  Be   Ready   For  Cooler Weather  With Clothing  And  Boots  From  HASSAN'S   Store  Phone   11-U  PENDER  HARBOUR  *d*s  g*^*-    ^- ^  rO^*  FOR ECONOMY MILEA61  ITS THE TOTAL OF ALL EIGHT  THAT MAKES CHEVRON SUPREME  Mileage                  "1  .Power                      1  Anti-Knock quality     |  Vapor-Jock prevention \  Quick Starting           I  Fast warm-up           1  Acceleration              1  Area Blending          J  _____ '  ������  ���H  ">T  ���___flu���  .n  o  3T.  ME  V*  'O  Make your*  own test 5-  Get yourr  Gasoline-  Mileage  Record   at:  Standard.  Stations  or :���  Chevrons  Gas  Stations^  oimaiBiii  Make the Supreme Test and  convince yourself that here is  the gasoline which will give you  the  last   word   in   motoring  economy. Try it  today.  PS  CHEVRON  GAS STATION  iMIWIWffmM  ____  I at Standard and Chevron gas stations ���CT______jtiVifflMr7 _��~w,n--i*ii r i i riwjH  8  The   Coast  News    Thursday,    Sept.   24,    1953  (Continued from Page 1)  Sechelt  By ARIES  Mrs. Lydia Tracy, -wife._ of  Maxwell Tracy, was taken to the  General Hospital by air ambul-.  ance, having become suddenly  ill. We hope by this time there  will be good news of Mrs. Tracy,  who is very popular here.     ���'  '���'���*  Mr. Gordon Potts; while working in Vancouver on construction, suffered an accident, being  hit in the chest with a plank.  Possibility of some Tibs: being  broken.  We were sorry to read of th'e;  death in Vancouver ofthe: Rev.  N. J. Thompson, very well known  here., His wife who died two  years ago was Muriel Whitaker,  one of the "family of the Whit-  akers who "formerly owned the  Sechelt  Townsite.  Norman Thompson was well  liked and we shall miss seeing  him. The Thompson family were  very much attached to ��� Sechelt  and came up often.  Mrs. Walter McKissock (Jean)  has been her for a few days. Says  Walter is getting along splendidly and putting on weight. The  two little girls, Maureen and  Gerry are still in the preventorium, and going to school. She  hopes to have them home shortly.  The >haby is well. They are hoping to be all together soon.  Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Clayton  went to Vancouver to see son  John registered at TJBC.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sparks were  here from Vancouver staying on  the Bryce Fleck Estate.  Mrs.. Norman White of Vancouver has; been Visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and  Mrs.-   Chas.  Ralston.   S  i  Forest Safety Week  All forest industries have made  great  strides  in   improving   their  safety records over the past  decade. Much time and energy has  been  spent  to  control  the heavy  drain   of   human   suffering-and  the crippling effect that accidents  could have on the Province's productive capacity.  In 1947 the accident frequency  rate of the Pulp and Paper Industry was 30.86 but by steady,  yearly gains it has been reduced  to 14.80 for the year 1952.  Today every man in the forest  industries receives an education  in safety: Much of this education  and habit is carried home resulting in his home being a safer  and happier place to live.  The forest industries are' the  life blood of our Province, producing 54c out of every dollar.  Therefore, forest industries safety week concerns YOU . . . "play  safe." ,  Although every week is safety  week in the forest industries of  B.C., the special week of September 28 to October 2 has been  set aside to draw everyone's attention to safe living.  Arrangements For  Bus Stop  .. A committee of three commissioners of Gibsons met on Wednesday morning with George  Hopkins of the Sechelt Transport Ltd., to decide upon the  possibility of a bus stop.  Of the three areas viewed,  paced off, and discussed, it was  decided , that as a temporary  measure, the spot in front of  the Prewer property, presently  used as a parking area, just  north of the Bal Block, could  , be used. The Bus company will  erect the necessary signs marking off the stop.  Good Citizen award.  Continued from page  1  to  their continued well-being.  . The M.C. then announced the  rest of t2SJe evening's entertairu-  ment would be provided 'by-  Ravell and company, and introduced their MC, Mr. ��� Tompkins,  who took the mike. He opened  with a few humorous stories, and  introduced 'Ravell', the hypnotist. Several volunteers from the  .audience went up on the stage,  but after a preliminary test, it  was found, that there were no  good subjects for . hypnosis, so  the floor was cleared for an interval of dancing. This.was lead  by the "Good Citizen'^knd his  wife before they retired.  Among the eighty six guests  were Mr. and Mrs.. Ollenberger,  Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and*  Mrs. Wilkie, Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman,  all of Port Mellon. Mr. and Mrs.  Dan Williams having been taken  ill. Mr. and Mrs. Harry MacDonald also sent regrets, owing  to  pressure  of business.  Pender Harbour guests were  Mr. Jim Marsh, Mrs. Wm, Pie-  per,  Mr.  and Mrs. Baker.  Local guests were Mr. and  Mrs. Wm. Bow, Dave Herrin,  Norman Hough and Stan True-  man.  gsus :  relative to the service. The  Board decided to leave. discussion of rates chargeable to applicants foutsid�� the/ Village  Limits to a committee of the  whole,  following the^ meeting.  The Village is to examine into  the costs of the installation,  which will be met by. the applicant. .   ���;        -  Correspondence was read in  regard to water damage to property owned by Chris Jorgensori  and W. Cameron. It was moved  to have the lawyer contact the  solicitors for the Village of Gibsons Landing.  Five Game Series'  COMMENCES FRIDAY  *���"- ."���?-.'   '������'������"���..������, , ���-'.   ��� ��� ���"  Sept. 25th - 8:00 'p.m.  y " - ���     ���   .      ��� , -   _v, '* ��� ..."  Prize For Series - $25.00  Series Tickets $1^50  Gibsons Boys Win Bursaries  Dean W. H. Gage of the Prizes  dnd Scholarships Committee,  U.B-C, announces that the McLean Bursary has been won by  Walter Gene Blomgren, and that  the Plimsoll Club Bursary, donr  ated by Louis Wolfe and Sons  of Vancouver, goes to John  Maldwyn Thomas.  School friends and Gibsons  people alike will be in hearty  accord, and wish all good luck  to both Geme and Maldy.  Watch For New Postal Hours.  FOR SALE  1949 Mercury  3  Ton,   5 yard  DUMP TRUCK  '  A  1  Condition  Good Rubber  CHUCK'S MOTORS  Phone 54 W i      Sechelt  -       How about a trip to  HAWAII  for two - with  All expenses paid (by  BAPCO?  Just Buy a Quart or more of BAPCO'S  New ^Wonder "LATEX" PAINT, and  you're in the running.  ��� See us for details of this new, easy-on,  fasti dryingyscrubbable paint in a range  of bautiful new colors.        '���'-.���  Sechelt  Building  Supplies  Phone 60  Sechelt  Phone 33  Gibsons, "B.C.  S  ec-n-e  h  t Motor Transport, Ltd.  ANNOUNCES  NEW BUS SCHEDULE  GIBSONS - PORT  EL L ON  I  r.  DAILY  DAILY  TUESDAYS & SATURDAYS  (shopper's special)  SCHOOLDAYS  SAT. SUN. & HOLIDAYS  ....*������  SUNDAY NIGHTS  ���7:1.0 a,m,  9:45 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  3:20 p.m.  3:45 p.m.  9:40 p.mV  SCHOOLDAYS  SAT. SUN. & HOLIDAYS  TUESDAY & SATURDAY  (shopper's special)  SCHOOL DAYS  SA3T. SIJN. & HOLIDAYS  DAILY ,  SUNDAY NIGHTS  8:00 a.m.  9:00 a.m.  >...  10:30 >mv  2:30 p.nv  3:00sp;m.  5:00 p.m.  10:15 p.m,  Safe, Comfortable Busses - Convenient, Courteous Service  C. C LAWRENCE  Please Clip This Schedule For Reference

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