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 Provint2ia.lt  Phone your n&ws^w^^orxa��  &���  orders to-*  Seventh Year of Publication  Thursday, July 30, 1953     Vol. 7 ��� 30    Published in GIBSONS, B.C.     Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  :oce  [811  mm  Introduced by Mn Clarkson,  Chairman of the CCF meeting on  Saturday evening, July 25th, Mr,  Anthony j. Gargrave spoke in introduction of the CCF candidate  Mr.  Bob Bryce, of Powell River.  He said that Mr. Bryce was  well known and well liked in his  home territory of Powell B5ver,  where 'Tony' had been speaking  the previous night. r  The CCF party, he went on,  has a solution for disposal of food  products abroad. He believes that  the CCF party will be victorious,  in this and many other riding��,  that gains are" hein-g made in  Eastern as well as Western Can-,  ada, and they will have a large  enough group in the House at  Ottawa to be able to bring pres-.  sure to bear on any ���toverm_ie_it  to bring in needed forms of legislation. ���"������   -  Mr. Bryce then took the platform. He described himself as  being at home in the pulp and  paper towns.  as a boy to fish and camp in 1929  and 1930.  I The CCF party, he said, was  built up from the bottom, in the  form of clubs, from which delegations went[ to larger gatherings.  CCF, he said, was not a party, in  the accepted sense, but was a  , movement of the people.  "Humanity First" is their slogan for  this election,   and   their  aim  is   Peace,    then   Prosperity.  CCF believes that Prosperity can  exist in Peace as, well as in waT  times.   There is   need  for  world  markets,  even in. the ,!_;om_nu-iist,  countries, hut not in .war materials^.'A-system" of barter,can be  set  up   whereby -an--exehacge -of/  produce    can   be    effected    with,  those whose^mOnetafy systems do  not  lend  themselves  to effective  trade. "  The present foreign1 policy follows too closely "that of the  United States, of getting peace by  preparing for war.  The housing policy- can help  the unemployment situation by  public works and' housing projects, with 30 years rather than  twenty, and loans at two percent, -  not five percent."  No one should have to pay one  fourth of his income in >rent.  The CCF party should have unemployment, insurance   available  to; persons who are out of work...  during illness.  The CCF party propose? Veteran's "pensions of |60l00, ox  $i20.00 for a ; couple,' for the  'Burnt-out' aUpwarice, and no  1 means: test!f 6r^el��ner/ Sha^'-or'tl_e. '"���  Old   Age: -Pensiorr y at*- sixtyfive  Ait ten o'clock Monday, morning, Korean time, July 27th, an  armA tice was signed in Korea.  At ten p'clock that same evening, a 'Cease Fire' -went into  effect allover the battlefronts of  that war-torn land.  General Mark Clark, the Supreme United Nations Command;  er, and Lt. Gen. W.K. Harrison  signed for the United Nations,  while; General Nam II signed  for the North Koreans, in the  brief ceremony, that ended two  years of debate and three years  of war.  Troops are preparing to withdraw to a demilitarized zone;  ���about Wz miles from their line  Of combat.  The Communists - are said to  be ready to expharige 3500 pris-  ipners almostimmediately.  Fourteen Canadians are among this  number.  Meetings have commenced on  /terms for a final armistice,  meantime, there will be watchful policing of the Korean battle area and of ports of entry  If or troops on exchange by both  sides.  While there have been expres-  sions^ of relief and satisfact jon  txorn U.N. countries, and claims  o*| glotious v-ltory prom the  Communist nations there is also  a report of watchfulness on all  parts. ���  �� , , .  1st Taxi, To Pt. Mellon  The first taxi over th�� Port  Mellon Road with passengers  was ithat of John Glassford' o��'  Gibsons, on Wednesday July 20:  ; While the roa^is i^t^Qinpleted^  according to' Marwell officials,  Conn's Taxi made the trip wit_i  no untoward incident.  Voting    Hours  On Monday, August tenth, the  day of the Federal Elections,  polls will be open bet ween, x the  hours of 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Socred Meetings Next Week  SociajL Credit meetings will  be reid in Gibsons and Sechelt  on August 4th, the meeting in-  Gibspns to start at 7:30 p.m.  end the one at Sechelt to start  nt 8:30 p.m. "  Mr.  Silverton Wilt speak bri  Ithe  necessity  for  the  balance*  Df power in the House of Commons in Ottawa being held by  "'the/' Sociaa  CredSIt  party  from  v'pie^*W^te-iiVyPrbyinces. .-"  According to Mr. R., Kerr, Job  Supt. with Columbia Bitulithic,  the firm who contracted for the  paving of the: ''Gibsons-Sechelt  Highway, the actual paving is  finished this week. There will be  three or four days of trimming  and otherwise putting the final  polish to the job.  There will be some work, done  at the Department of Public  Works grounds at Gibsons, and  some at the Forestry Station at  Pender Harbour.  Mr. Kerr says the weather has  been, perfect for the rapid completion of the job, and he feels  that on that account only, a large  item to be reckoned with in this  paving business, he has been able  to pave his expected half-mile  daily.  The travelling population of  the* Peninsula rejoices 'in this beginning, and hope to see more of  the same in.the near future.  at Cemetery  On Thursday night last, while  driving to Sechelt, one of the  Truckers of the Bitulithic , Company, presently laying paving on  the Gibsons - Sechelt Highway,  found a headstone, lying in the  ditch along the roadside and  turned it in to the Peninsula'  Building Supplies  in Sechelt.  The Walker Brothers contacted  the RCMP to report the matter,  and it is now under investigation.  The headstone came from the  Seaview Cemetery from the grave  of Mr. T. S. Benn.  According to Corporal* Morrison, RCMP at Gibsons, there is  already considerable local indignation expressed over the fact  that not even a cemetery is safe  from the depradations of hoodlums.  ea!  Sinclair  On Monday evening, despite  the warm holiday y weather, a  good crowd turned ^put to hear  the Hon. James Sinclair, M. P.  and Senator  Tom  feeid.    ���  Mr. Reid spoke -of Mr. Sinclair, from the boy who had  been familiar to early residents  of Gibsons through his early  years, and his Parlimentary career.  . '��� ,    ���:������"  He spoke of the failure of Mr.  Drew, the Con. leader to come  forth with any reasonable suggestions as to how to cut taxes  when challenged in the House  by Mr. Sinclair.     y  He spoke of the, Slogan of the  Social Credit part^ ^during the  Provincial I&ecti6Jf>jas/ having  been 'Vote fbr Stirbje^ Government'. He thinks t&is is a good  time to ai^lyytiul��?sloganv and  vote for Liberal Government;   ���  Mr. Sinclair paid tribute to  Mr. Reid for the at>ie work that  he in earlier ye;ar_i^fiad done in  the Fisheries department.  He feels that/pn jthe record of  matters accomplished the Liberal Government may feel confident of the support jof the  people. They took office in extremely difficult times, and promised to raise standards of employment, and therefor of living, in Canada. This they have  done.  Selma   Sports   Report   Wiil   Be  In Next Week's Issue.  A feature of Pender Harbour  Regatta, slated for August 15 th  this year, will be crowning of  Aquatic Queen.  Chosen by a slate of judges,  Her'Majesty,will be the member  of Mrs. Muriel Hodson's swimming class who has'shown most  progress during the; season;', who  has evinced most : co-operative  spirit coupled with good sportsmanship.  Entries for the -Decorated Boat  Parade, under direction of Walter  and Bernice Fisher, promise keen  competition and . a first-class  spectacle.  in addition to the, usual swimming and diving events, other  features include:. Surf-board riding; speed and rowboat racing,  y^itht :log-bueking, log-rolling and  ^0P-��ng':eonte^ts.;:;; %#S--^-r' ���'������' >?  '���'''������' Dinghy r tilting y." \co^ipe|itions,  which provided such a riot- of  thrills and fun last year, are  again being organized. These, in  common with most other events,  are open to all-comers. Sport and  fun-minded residents of the Peninsula are cordially invited to*  participate. Enquiries should be  directed to the Secretary, Mr.  Harvey Leith, Irvine's Landing,  B.C.  Chairman of this year's regatta  committee is Mr. John Haddock,  under whose efficient leadership  the organization is functioning  smoothly and well.  Of particular interest to Peninsula residents is the arrangement  for a special bus, which will leave  Vancouver Depot at 9 a.m. to  pick up passengers from Gibsons'  at 11:10 for'Madeira Park, where  the regatta is being held.  Climax of Pender Harbour's  big day will be marked by the  big Regatta ball in the Community Hall. Eric Inglis' 5-piece  orchestra has been retained for  this occasion, with "Evelyn Ward's  famous floor show as an added  attraction.  Trade is the foundation of  prosperity in a nation, and Canada's trade has been increased  from one to eight and one half  billions annually.  Publicly owned businesses are  not always the most successful,  and the, Liberals are in favor  of privately owned business. He  quoted the C.N.R. and the PGE  as two well known examples of  public ownership in Canada.  Saskatchewans Bus Lines were  compared with the Greyhound  bus lines in the same territory,  with the Greyhound lines successful..  Mr. Sinclair spoke of the  Truce in Korea, which is being welcomed around the world,  may permit a gradual reduction  of defense spending, and in consequence a reduction of taxes.  He discusssed the improvements effected in conditions for  Fishermen, in the making possible of Insurance at {reasonable rates on both craft and equipment, of the obtaining of cre-  it for them. He also mentioned  the continuing need for small  boat harbours for fishermen.  Minister Receives Thanks  ��� In the question period Harold!  Fearn rose to thank Jimmy as  Minister of Fisheries for what  he had been able to acdomplish  to assist the Fishermen. He then  wished to know: what was being  done" about the numbers of  young salmon and other fish  caught by the herring fisherman  in their summer .fishing. Mr.  Sinclair answered that on inspection; of several ^aulsv very-  few other fish had been observed.        ��� >:;:  E. G. Silvei  ":-���>���;*  k-':ffi.."'ili'---'- ���  Fish Derby  . At (the %feig_iing-sn station  at Gibsons, at Smitty's Boat  Rental this week, the top weight  was a spring, cajiight off Gospel  Rock at 8:30 p.m. July 25th, by  C. Hazel, 2440 East Georgia,  Vancouver. Weight 34 pounds.  A 21 pound spring was caught  by Charles Robinsos of Gibsons  aty 6:30 the following morning.  ' A 28 pound fish was reported in from Gambier, but was  not brought over for weighing.  There have been a number of  sijtteen  and, seveneeen   pound  springs weighed in also.  Harry Smith corrects us on  our peculiar mental lapse in  using his old firm name, which  has1 hot .been-dn use ��� rfor- many  months. Maybe it's nostalgia for  things as they once were.  Shell Station  Reopens in Sechelt  SECHELT BUSINESS  Quetly and without fanfare,  last week, Mr. Frank Solnick  opened in business as the Shell  Service Station, in Sechelt.  Mr. Solnick has been in the  automotive service and repair  business with Evans, Coleman  and Evans in North Vancouver  for several years prior to coming  to the Peninsula. Here, he has  been employed by logging firms  with cats and bulldozers and  other heavy machines.  Frank says he is starting small  but hopes to build up a real business on service and mutual respect.  He will do auto and truck repairs and service, and is handling,  Shell products.  Frank has the good wishes ��� of  the community for success in this  new business.  So-Cred Meetings  ON PENINSULA  Mr. E.~G. Silverton, Social''  Credit Candidate, held severaf i  'house-meetings' throughout the* %  lower Peninsula and Islands area v  over the weekend, from Roberts^ '-  Creen to Gambier.  At one of these meetings henf  at the Lissiman place at Hopkins- --  Landing, Mr. Silverton. addressed--"*  a group.  He contrasted CCF  operations ~ ���  in Saskatchewan and Social Cre-   ���  dit    activities ' in'���;.:: Albe^taV 'Hist---=  opinion   was   that    in    Sasltatch--  ewan,  the  CCF  method-of   Gcnr-^-  eminent had proved to be too expensive for that Province/whereas in Alberta, even before oil had  been  struck  at  Leduc   six years,  ago,  the   Soeiar   Credrfcr- ��ewMri--.  ment    was    lowering    Provincial  Debt,, and- that the;>X*rovinQ��� was<>  even   ' then    prosper_hg ";greatlyv  Social  Credit  does  not  believer  . in   Separate   Schools,   with   their-'  duplication    of    operational    ex^-  pense. They do believe in providing a good educational system for  all,   with   special    privileges    for"  no one group, religious or otherwise.  He feels that the Western Pro���  vinces are not getting  value re-,  ceived for taxes paid to the East*  and that this situation is deplorable.  SOCRED POLICY  Social   Credit   is   much   more:  than a party. It is an awakenings  of  the  people   of  Canada  of  all-  races and all religions to get good  honest government and to correct  our economic system  to bring it. *  up to date with the machine age_  , Social Credit members- can., also*  help   the  Western  Pr^o^inces .%e-  causing  voting  as  a   block  they  can   control   the   VOTE   ��f   tbj=r  House  of Commons between the-  Liberals   and   Conservatives���as-  England ruled the woilxl for centuries by balance of  power.  Finally, it is important to get  our Social Credit candidate to>  Ottawa for our Provincial interest cannot be served with an M.P;r  from an opposing political partjr  in Ottawa. The success of most  Provincial undertakings in this;  riding depends upon having as.  Social Credit M.P. here.  Social Creditors stand Icr arr.  increase of old age pensions. 1 ant  sure that no member of Parlia-  -ment or the Cabinet on their retirement can live on $-10.00 a  month.  We also stand for full support  for the veterans. The Moans Test,  for veterans and establishing *of  ceiling is immoral and works np>-  on human nature, ltolding him  back from advents ring' usefully  into business and life, and compelling him, with a family, to live  on the minimum rather than risk  private enterprise. The Coast News  Thursday, July 30, 1953  aroesi sea  For   Best  Results  Use The Coast News  Classified  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMUEL    NUTTER,    Publisher  DO  WOKTMAN,  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  &os 6, Gibsons. , British Columbia.  it  itonald  (ill 11 I0TE  This Federal election coming up reminds us that not  all people in the area are aware that they should vote. It has  been drawn to our attention that some people are of the  impression that because they are renting property they may  not express their-choice of candidates to represent them in  the Government. This is not so. Whether you rent or whether  you own, or even if you just 'live with someone', do vote.  If you are twenty-one years of age, a Canadian citizen,  or a British Subject normally speaking, you are free to vote.  You should be so registered in your home territory, and thus  "on the Voters'Ldst".. ^":  There is no sucK^ thing as "Absentee Vote" in the Federal Election.  So far, in the machinery set up for Federal Elections,  you may vote, if you are on the voters' list of some area other  than where you may be on The Day. It is understood that  there is no.such thing as an Absentee Vote such as we knew  in the Provincial Election, but that does not prevent you  from supporting the party of your choice.  Another point, in voting. This is the Federal Election,  and to date the Government of Canada has not adopted the  alternative voting system that has been in effect in B.C. for  the past two elections. So, just mark X for the candidate of  your choice.  So, to all people, we advise you, check to see if you are  twenty-one years old, if you are a Canadian Citizen, a British  Subject, a Veteran of World War I or II with Canada's Services, the wife of an Indian Veteran, or otherwise Qualified,  and then, on August 10th (Monday) between 9:00 aim. and,  7:00 p.m. GO OUT AND VOTE.  SWIMMING CLASSES-��� ,  We would like to commend the* local Kinsmen's Club  for their renewal of swimming classes. In this area where  the sea is a part of our environment, every person should be  able to handle himself in the water. By teaching the very  young, the Kinsmen will start many on their way to being,  able to swim, and thus to provide both pleasure and safety  in the water. That they also hope to.improve the swimming  of those who have made a start elsewhere is good, too. Proficiency in and about the water is not only pleasurable, but  may be the means of saving not only one's own life in times  of disaster or trouble, but that of some.other person as well.  Good classes .to you, Kinsmen, and good luck to the  young swimmers-.   . ��� '  UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE  BENEFIT PAYMENTS.,:'  CONTINUE!) DURING ILLNESS  EFFECTIVE AUGUST 3rd, 1953  .��i  Benefit will ;pe. paid for days of illness, injury or  quarantine, if claim has been filed and waiting and  non-compensable days served.  If you are '��� &n claim and are unable to report  because of illness,, injury or quarantine, write  immediately for full particulars to the "nearest  NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE  UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE  COMMISSION  Published by authority of  HON.  MILTON F. GREGG, Minister of Labour  Wilson Creek,  B.C.  July reth, 19 53.  Editor, Coast News:  Tlie questions at a repent meeting of the Hon. James Sinclair  at Roberts Creek were not very  complimentary to those asking  them.  The breakwater is not one of  the governments best efforts it  must be admitted and a little  forethought would show that it  has no place in the scheme of  things. For the simple reason  that there is a good harbor at  Gibsons that has exit at all times  which, is not the case at Roberts  Creek where sou'easters and westerlies blow for three days at a  time.  The days of wharves rn this  area is over and "the powers that  be would do well to accept this  fact. There is no evidence so far  of any Fisheries association asking for a breakwater at the  Creek.  The quaint parochialism of the  chap who inferred that a local  logging company had shut down  with the intention of depreciating  machinery for tax purposes is too  absurd to warrant answer. The  fact that the machinery mentioned is, all on Vancouver Island  is something he coufd have found  put quite easily. This addle-pated  shallow thinking is one of our  worst political enemies today. I  would suggest that these well-  meaning folk concentrate their  efforts on a blacktop for the  lower road. Today is the day of  the wheel.,   .,--'��� ���L.S.J.  Miss Angus V.O.N.  REAVING BISOPRICT  At the meeting of the Elphinstone BrancK,v V;O.N. at Selma  Park; Tuesday last, ." it was announced thatyythe well-liked Miss  Isabel ^n|^^;cVpN^ \ ��� would^W  leaving^hefdistrict; at the ��� end: of?'  . July...'~\x:\yyy:/, y~: . ���  She goes from here to the Toronto Sick Children's Hospital in  Toronto, after a month's vacation  travelling up and down the West  ~Coast, the Island, and the" U.S.  After seven or eight months' in  Sick Children's, Miss Angus plans  to sail from Tfew.York aboard the  Holland-A:naerjicah iiji n e r S.S.  Rymdam forf the United Kingdom  arid Europe. ^  At-the meeting, Miss Angus was  the recipient of a Travelling.  Clock, a gift of appreciation/from  the Elphinstone Branch, and from  the Roberts Creek Auxiliary, she  received a jewelled broach.  Miss Angus will be greatly  missed by her patients and her  friends throughout the territory.  Miss Elizabeth Godwin will arrive about the - end of July ; to  replace Miss Angus.  Mr. Jim Cameron, Secretary of  local Pender Harbour UFAWU  has been appointed a member of  the International Salmon Commission.  Mrs. Connie Dillabough has  left. Pender Harbour to spend the  rest of the summer months in  Vancouver.  Mrj and Mrs. Win. Higgs have  arrived in Pender Harbour aboard  the "Marine Explorer" and are  spending holidays with the Don-  leys and with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Higgs.  ��  Dr. Brand has arrived to take  his position with the staff of the  St. Mary's Hospital as local doctor for this area.  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered   Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  ��� TAtlow  1954 ���  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  The Garden Tea and Sale of  Work /held "by the Headland Auxiliary to the VON, showed the  interest this organization is gaining in this area.  Weather was ideal and guests  were able to enjoy- tea served on  the grounds. In the hall the home  cooking stall was soon emptied of  its luscious goodies, proving the  public know what good cooks are  around Gibsons.  Candies and needlework stalls  were kept busy, and the entire  affair gratifying to the willing  workers.  Thanks are extended to the  general public for'their gracious  patronage which made the whole  thing possible.,  SPORT FISHING  EQUIPMENT  Glass or Cane Hods  Hooks,   Lines  Plugs,   Spoon&  Replacement and  Repair Material  HASSAN'S  Store  Phone   11-U  PENDER  HARBOUR  B..C. Wants Social  Credit Representation In  Ottawa  so that our system of  free enterprise may be  encouraged, so that industry may enter B. C.  development with confidence. Social Credit  members from B. C can  work for B. C requirements without worrying  about political repercussions !  Vote For Your  Social Credit  Candidate  Show Ottawa That B. C.  Means Business  This  advertisement  issued.  by the B. C. Social Credit  Campaign Committee  CANADIAN WHISKY  ���   ���������������������  i  Its genial, rich flavour  makes G&W Bonded Stock  as delightful to the taste as  it is easy on the entertainment budget!  G00DERHAM& WORTS LTD.  Established 1832  Canada's Oldest Distillery Try The Coast News Classified Fill Faff  Thursday, July 30, 1953  The  Coast News  See  KURLUK  For  ELECTRICAL HEATING  House and Commercial  WIRING  Electric Appliance  BALES  Phone   Wilson   Creek   21   M  TRANSPORTATION TENDERS  Tenders are invited for the transportation of pupils  from Andys Bay and New Brighton, Gambier Island .  to,Hopkins Landing or .Granthams Landing and re-  turn, each school day during the 1953-54 term.  Tenders, in sealed envelopes, marked "Transportation"' will be received on or before August 8th, 1953.  �����.'���'���  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be  *   accepted.  Mrs. Anne Burns,  Secretary-Treasurer,  School District No. 46 (Sechelt),  The Howe Sound Farmers' Institute Fair, which opens on August fourteenth, should be a real  success again this year.  August 11th is the final day  for entries to be received by the  Secretary, Mrs. Le Feuvre, R.R. 1.  Gibsons, or Mr. Norman Sergeant,  R.R. 1, Gibsons. The public is  advised to have them in as early  as possible, to make sure they are  entered, and to assist the various  committees in their preliminary  work.  The Fall Fair booklet, published   under   considerable   diffi-  It's   Murdoch's  For  Replacement and  Repair  Parts  For  Boats  culty by the Coast News, has some  of the pages out of order, but the  Items are all correctly numbered,  and the classifications are correct, so rely on the numbers,  please, and the 'division letters.  The advertisers who have  placed their publicity with the Institute will find the "section complete, though not scattered  through the booklet as was anticipated. This was due to the  printer, brought in from the city  to complete the work, misunderstanding instructions. The advertising will be found to be clear,  and a good print-job.  Like hail storms and such, the  sudden illness of the pressman,  which occurred just a?s the final  run was to be started, may be  classed as an act of God. The unfortunate error by the substitute  operator simply cannot be classified, so the booklet arrives with  the apologies of the Coast News,  and the hope that it may not affect the enjoyment of the Fair.  Fishing   Tackle  Marine   Paints  Groceries,   Home  Supplies  MURDOCH'S  Marine Supplies  Phone 116  PENDER  HARBOUR  -    Remember  Regatta   Day^   Aug.   15.  FOR  GOATS MILK  Phone  G. CHARMAN  59Hor  Peninsuia Dairy  7V2  THE HON. JAMES SINCLAIR  Minister of Fisheries  RT..HOH. LOUIS S. ST. LAURENT  PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA  THE HON. R. O. CAMPNEY, Q.C.  Associate Minister of  National Defence  5  of the world today:  CANADA'S CfffDfl  A prosperous, growing British  Columbia should maintain a strong  voice in the Government at Ottawa  Federally it's Liberal!  5303  MUSIC MUflentSUO  WelHn Vancouver  Peninsula area Music Students  under the tutelage of Mrs. Len  Allen and of Mrs. Annette Atlee  recently made a trip to Vancouver  for tests in music.  Mrs. Allen reports that for the  Royal Conservatoi%y of Music  Exams, the following results have  been received: Grade II, First  Class Honors, (over 80%) Anne  Lang, Florence Blain, Sharon  Stewart; Honors (over 70%)  Kathy Holland.  Grade III, First Class Honors,  Lyn Vernon.  ' Grade IV, First Class Honors,  Sharon Davis. Grade V, Honors,  Mary Parker, Diann McColl..  Grade VI, Honors, Margaret  Williams. Grade VIII, First Class  Honors, Karen ��tockwelI. Honors,  Heather McColl.  In Harmony: Grade III, First  Class Honors, Karen Stockwell,  91; Heather McColl, 87. Well  done.  Four of Mrs. Atlee's piano students have also passed their examination, and are to be congratulated:  Barbara Knowles, Grade III  Honors; Dick Vernon, Grade IV,  Pass; Coral Benn, Grade V Honors; and Joanna Ritchey, Grade  VIII Pass and First Class Honors  in Grade II Theory.  L.P.P. Candidate  SCORES LIBERAL POLICY  Tom McEwen, L.P.P. Candidate for Cpast-Capilano accuses  the four major political parties  of "shadow boxing' in order to  obscue "the" disastrous effects of  the Liberal policies upon the  sovereignity, peace and well-being  of the Canadian, people,",and to  obscure "the fact that the leaders  of the Progressive Conservatives,  Social Credit and the CCF Parliamentary groups all bear equal re-  * sponsibility with the St. Laurent  Government for its suicidal and  short sighted policies."  He also states that the Commonwealth conference attended  by the Prime Minister this spring  was a failure, that the effect of  U.S. policies of cold-war dollar  domination of ��� British economy  and of other nations accepting  U.S: leadership was. a miserable  failure, and that if the commonwealth countries would survive,  then a change towards unrestricted trade must be undertaken.  Mr. McEwen states that the  Labour Progressive Party proposes that the people of Canada  should put an end to those policies and politicians who "sell  Canada short to the U.S. War  Trusts, surrendering our wealth,  peace and future jri the process."  EXTRA COMFOKTj  */   EXTRA MILE AGE  BEGoodnch  gk fy&wi o��d ��&te&  Jerry's  KLEINDALE  Pender    Harbour  '    "This a-vertiseniVht is'published by the B.& Federal-Liberal Campaign Committee' 4  The Coast News        Thursday, July 30, 1953  ERNEST G. SILVERTON  With a view to affording the electors of Coast-Capilario  Federal riding the opportunity of becoming better acquain-  ���<ted with Ernest. G. Silverton, Social Credit candidate in  tlie forthcoming federal election, the following ��� information is proffered.  Mr. Silverton who, for some years, has resided at 797  .Syremount Drive, British Properties, was born in August,  1909, in a farming community at Barons, Alta. It was in  that province that he' received his early education during  ;-Uie period of the Aberhart Social Credit Government. His  :l_igher education he received at Toronto University where,  -toy the way, he was ah honor graduate, and Harvard Law  -School in Boston, Mass.  "Ernie," as he is known to a veritable host of friends  and acquaintances, was called to the Bar in 1936 and for  the following four years, conducted his own law practice  ;;and had one of the busiest general practices in the province. In 1940, he proceeded overseas to serve in World  "'War Two with the Army Intelligence and later' with the  'War Crimes Trials in Germany.  He returned from over-  - -sseas in 1946 and has since carried on his law practice in   Vancouver,  Hunting, fishing or golf are not the chosen hobbies of.  ^Ctoast-Capilano's Social Credit candidate, "Ernie'' Silver-  f%m. His hobby and that of his wife is world travel, a  * tehosen hobby in which they verily revel. They have tra-  ���&&rsed the highways and byways of the world to such an  extent that they have just about run out of "far away  places" to see. '  Mr. Silverton, for some years, has been identified with  :t_tie Knights of Pythias, Fraternal Order of Eagles and, of  ���������������course, the British Columbia Bar Association. He is mar-  jraed and is the proud father of two daughters, Vivian, 4,  .-sand Shelley, IV2 years old. He also has a twin brother who  is still engaged in farming in Barons, Alta.  He was a member of the Liberal Party before the war  '' _but upon his return from overseas, was greatly disappointed "in the lack of leadership in the government���its waste  ���^and extravagance. The candidate also felt that both old-  :lrn e parties were run by party Whips for the party, machine  In the interest of Eastern industrialists. The old-line par-  -ifies, he felt, considered that it was in their interest to keep  tSfre West as a market outlet���a colony.  Mr.  Silverton held that the CCF did not have ,the  -answer. The war had been fought to protect freedom and  "Socialism involves confiscation and state control. Recently  ".ill'Saskatchewan, six state industries have gone into bankruptcy, he pointed out. Accordingly, Mr. Silverton em-  traced Social Credit and has been an ardent worker for  ���_naany years.  Social Credit was proven as an effective government  ' 3_a Alberta before the great oil finds in the past five years.  "Social Credit monetary proposals, the candidate feels, are  ��� .merely bringing our national bookkeeping system up to  #ate with 'the machine age to secure us against depression  and inflation���to cure the anomoly of POVERTY IN THE  lODST OF PLENTY.  Mr. Silverton says that Social Credit is a working  yman's movement���every man's movement. He contends  ^fisat old age pensions should be increased to $75 a month.  -Concerning veterans, he says, how can we fight another  -war if veterans are abused? They and their families, he  �����a��clares, need immediate attention. Mr. Silverton main-  ���-Mains that pending the Social Credit monetary reform, the  -small man must be protected by preventing rise in prices.  The candidate states that England ruled the world  *Ior centuries through BALANCE OF POWER. Social  Credit in Ottawa, he holds, can destroy Eastern political  ^machines, clean up waste and extravagance in the next  &erm and help develop the West. Advt.  son  by Robbie  Mr. and Mrs. Roy Palen, with  their three children, are staying  at the Mrs. B. Wright's at Davies  Bay,   Mrs.   Palen's  mom.  Mrs. Jack Macleod, daughter  of the Dowlings, gave birth to an  eight and one half pound baby  girl, on Friday last, that makes  three jacks and two queens, full  house in any man's language.  Rivett's Roost is vacant, Harry  jand his wife Beth left for home  during the week, after a couple  weeks of sunshine.  I am sorry to report that there  is a for sale sign on the home of  the Norburns. This is not meant  as a plug for the real-estate agent,  but just to let their many friends,  and particularly the members of  the Choraliers know that the decision to leave the district has  been  made.  Mrs. Bogust has left for the  bright lights, and a visit with  her daughter and family who live  iii Vancouver.  The two Quigley gals, Pat and  Robbie, came 'in from Calgary  last weekend, and are staying at  "Dunyegari" the home of the  Mapleods on the waterfront.  'Getting a bit closer to home,  Robbie's wife left for Vancouver  and Victoria, going to the capital  city for the last of two week's  (absence, to attend a wedding of  a-friend.  Wilson Creek ball team gave  another convincing exhibition of  what they can do, when they have  ito. Playing errorless ball throughout, they defeated the Pender  Harbour nine, by a score of six  to three. Don Caldwell pitched  the whole game, and seemed to  have full control. -  Sechelt  By ARIES  We have often wondered what  had become of an attractive In-  dian girl who use 1 to go to the  Presidential school here, Alice El-  kins. She is now married in Auburn, Washington ��� now Mrs.  Blancass. Her husband is field  boss of a berry farm there���has  a wonderful home���with television and a nice new car.  Sorry to hear that George August is in hospital with mastoid���  another one of our favorite native sons. Hope he will be home  soon, and better.  ���We took a quick run up to the  HAVA-JAVA coffee shop near  Wakefield recently. It is under  new management, Mr. and Mrs.  E. Green. They are doing very  well, the cooking is superb, and  service good. Pies can be taken  away which i& a help to the campers out that way.  Welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swanson who have moved  here from Vancouver Bay with  their children. Relations of the  BGustavson family who lived here  years ago.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E.  Redman are Mr. and Mrs. Tom  Killick of Vancouver, also Mrs.  R. Pearson and son Nicky, arid  Mrs. Watts of Hastings, England.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Reid and  grand-daughter Linda Warner are  at their summer home.  Staying at the Arnold house  for the summer months are Mr.  and Mrs. W. Emsley and Mrs. P.  Newall of West Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Redman are  away on a 'cruise to Prince Rupert. ;!.-    I  Mrs. M. Hackett is away visiting with  Bob   and  his wife and  .r.  baby in West Vancouver.  Ernie Preiss, Lou .Boulanger  and Owen ^Wood, all of Wood-  fiber motored over to Sechelt  from Gibsons on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Preiss had taken the  ball team from Woodfiber to Gibsons on his cruiser. The folks  were calling oh the Engens, foiv  merly of Woodfiber, to see their  new home. The Sunday previous,  Mr. and Mrs. Preiss, and Mr. and  Mrs. Luckianchuk had visited, all  Woodfiberites.  io Patient Walks  Young   Michael   Klein,   son   of  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Norman  Klein  of  Pender   Harbour,   is   home   from  the General Hospital  in Vancouver, and able to walk, after having been almost totally paralized  by Polio.  After seven months  in  hospital,  this   three-year-old  will  be a healthy, happy, normal boy.  During this Jong period of illness,   when   Mr.   and  Mrs.   Klein  were making the  trip from Pender to Vancouver to see Michael,  the authorities of the Black Ball  Lines heard  of their difficulties,  and   provided   them   with   passes  for. themselves and  their car, to  assist in part in .this vigil.  ���Michael's progress, from &  splinted little body on a wooden  bed, through the gradual recovery of first the control of his  toes, then his legs and finally the  use- of his arms has been one  more chapter in the modern  miracle of curative medicine. The  community congratulates him and  his parents on the successful results.  B. C Needs Social Credit  Representation In  Ottawa  to help stimulate economic and .industrial development in B. C, toi  raise progressively B. C  living standards and to  provide increasing opportunities for gainful employment for B. C.'s expanding labour force.  FOR QUICK SALES  USE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  Candidate  Give B. C. Social Credit  Representation In  Ottawa!  This  advertisement  issued  by the B. C. Social Credit  Campaign Committee  To   Our   Advertisers  It is our earnest endeavour to give the best possible  service to all of you, and still publish the Coast News on  time. To reduce night work for our Staff, we have set  the following hours as "Deadline". For Space ads, with  cuts (Mats), 12:00 noon, Tuesday. Space Ads without cuts,  up to 4:00 p.m. Tuesdays, Classified Ads, and cards of  thanks, 4:00 Tuesdays.  Your* co-operation will help us to serve you better,  and prevent possible ommissioh of advertising matter of  importance to you.  "The Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd..  Publishers of the 'Coast News'."  L  A COMPLETE STOCK OF  Men's Clothing  And Accessories  Tailored To Measure Suits  Boots And Shoes  M  arine  M  ens  w  ear  Phone 41 GIBSONS  Open Friday Evenings  IT'S  li\\l\l, & PRE  Shop Here For Supplies ���   Presto Cookers  Burpee Canners  Cold-Pack Canners  Utility Preserving Kettle  CANS -" PLAIN OR ENAMELLED  Fruit  Sealers  -  Jelly  Jar.s  FROZEN FOOD  CONTAINERS  Round Or Square  Plastic Bags  Strainers - Funnels - Spoons - Rings - Lids  And We Have 2-Burner Gasoline Hot Plates  For Host Weather Canning  YOUR   PROGRESSIVE   HARDWARE   MERCHANT  ����  unset Hardware  Phone 32 Gibsons  Our Service. Is As Close As Your Phone Travelling X-Ray  Epi  For some years now, the T.B.  Society and. the T.B. Control  Clinic  have,  between  them,   fur  nished and operated travelling  X-Ray Units which have travelled  through all areas of the Province  of British Columbia,' giving free  this unique service to the public.  This is done to" try to detect  cases of Tuberculosis so that  treatment may be given, and the  ^mgJisamCTmftMtm^^  ' Jta  NOW  For The First Time You Can Buy  New 1953 Ford & Monarch  CARS AND TRUCKS  In Pender Harbour, At  errys Kepair  Parts ��� Welding & Repairs  SUB-AGENT FOR FORD & MONARCH  Come to Pender Harbour Regatta, August 15  _a__-ffi--W��iM-*mttw^  '(West Vancouver,  Via De Luxe MV. Kahloke     ���    No Reservations Require^  * PASSENGERS' ��� AUTOS ��� TRUCKS  ���   CoE.nec.-lng Bus Service   ���  Holders of passenger tickets aboard the MV. Kahloke are  provided bos service lo and from Vancouver  City without additional cost.  VfiCT��R8A-P����-? ANGELES SERVICE*  4 TRIPS DMVf VIA MV. CHINOOK  VANCOUVER CITY, B. C. Motor  Transportation, 150 Donsmuir,  Marine 2421  HORSESHOE BAY, Ferry Terminal,  Whytecliff 3581  BLACK BALL LINE,  Carnpaign IVorkers  In past elections, many people who are not members of any political1 association have volunteered to  ...help in the re-election of James Sinclair as federal  member for this riding. They have done so because  he has given able representation for all people of  the riding. , ,  The Sinclair Campaign Committee welcomes such  assistance. Those who would like to help in the present campaign, or offer their cars for transportation  on election day, are asked to get in touch with  MR. J. MAINIL, GIBSONS, B.C.  Those who would like to help defray the expenses  of the campaign are asked to send their contributions  to the official agent, Mr. N. E. ��6wden, 732 East 8th  Street, North Vancouver.  All contributions will be acknowledged by receipt.  incidence of tlie disease cut down  as much as possible.  According- to Miss Primeau, co*  ordinator of T.B. Control who  .was in the Peninsula for some  weeks this Spring, there is now  only one of these units operating  as a travelling unit. There are  other stationary units in larger  centers, in Hospitals, etc.  There were at one time five of  these units operating, but as an  economy measure, these 'were reduced to the present one.  With reference to' the return  of the Unit to the Sechelt Peninsula, which matter has been  brought up at various Board of  Trade meetings, the Boards of  Trade may request that an area  be included in the itinerary of  the Unit. In the past eight years,  there have been three units operating on the Peninsula.  The T.B. Control Clinic and  the T.B. Society have both been  greatly disappointed with the  poor response and turn-out on the  Peninsula, and they feel that  since these units are so scarce  and so expensive, they should be  allocated to areas where the need,  and the response, are greater.  Mr. Wm. Swayne, of Sechelt,  was a technician with one of  these Units for five years. He  described for us the method of  financing them.  Through the sale of T.B. Seals,  and other fund raising activities,  the T.B. Society raises the money  to purchase equipment for making the X-Ray pictures. This  equipment is presented outright  to the T.B. Control Clinic, who  then provide staff, and allocate  the vehicles to the territories.  Actually, the public, through  its contributions to the T.B. Society, pays for the equipment.  Through taxes via the Government, it also then pays for tht?  salaries ' of the staffs employed.  Is it not strange, then, that having paid for this marvellous service, the people do not use iv  more?  Not only T.B. is .detected by  these films. When any other condition is evident, upon reading  the film, the subject is sent a  letter, advising him of the condition . observed, and suggesting  that he should seek advice or  treatment upon the matter.  Many early cases of T.B. have  been detected, and being early,  the disease has been arrested and  cured. ,  Additional grants have been  given for the purchase of X-Ray  and other hospital equipment.  Of the ten provinces of Canada,  only Saskateche^waa is yet ready  to go into such a plan.  All parts of Canada are equally  important to a Liberal Government.  FOR QUICK SALES  USE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  Thursday, July 30, 1953  The Coast News  5  MEAN  JOBS;  SECURITY  *���"*}'* '-'�����  >t*=3^f-i  -\��#i*  **s\  .*���*?���'  :_���.���--_  * ��   ���*>-- ^  -v^:  mmfmmtmm  yfy, :ym p^TM&Nt ���}&&&&��$. and forests; ���;���.; :^%A^^S^  Use The Coast News Classified  nym*B;*r* f II n ill 11 rill  ���-ftp t^Mmft. mffttflpwffflM-ti-1 ^iiK��jwtiw^TWflrereM-ag>  For Your  Cook Stove or Fa_r__ace Oil  See your imperial Oil agent?  Reg. Godfrey, * Phone Grantham 56  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  PENINSULA-  . ACCOUNTING   .SERVICE  All  Types of Accounting Problems  E&pertly Attended  INCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  Dockside   Service   to   Fishermen.  G.O.   FAHRNI  Gambier  Harbour  APPLIANCES  t  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Agents for  RCA Victor  Records  ,..v     Columbia Records  Frigidaire  Ranges and  Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149  Phone Gibsons 32  BLASTING  BLASTING  ROCI-, 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  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  45  Appliances  ���   Fixtures  ��� Radios  Member   Electrical   Heating  Ass'n.  "PRATT and LAMBERT PAINTS"  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  LOGGING CONTRACTORS  ' General  Construction   &  Logging  , Mobile Crane  Logging Truck  D-8   Bulldozer,   etc.  Free  Estimates  JACKSON    BROS.    LOGGING  CO..  LTD.  Wilson   Creek.  Phones   21X   &  20 M  PLUMBING  MARSHALL'S    PLUMBING,  HEATING   and   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 64S, - 104, - or 33  SECHELT CARTAGE  M.   HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  We haul anything, anywhere,  anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  SECOND HAND STOREj   Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine ��� Books  WE BUY   TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  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 Thursday, July 30, 1953  6  The Coast News  '.dberts Creek  PERMANENTS  All  Types  Given  YOUR HAIR CUT and STYLED  TO SUIT YOUR PERSONALITY  "Ivptte's Beauty Salon"  Phone  92 R.  Gibsons,    (Sechelt  Highway)  IT'S THE TOTAL OF ALL EIGHT  THAT MAKES CHEVRON SUPREME  Mileage  Power  Anti-Knock quality  Vapor-lock prevention  Quick Starting  Fast warm-up  Acceleration  Area Blending  WMM  *"��***.;   Si!1,,*!!?:-.?  Make your  own test!  Get your  Gasoline  ' Mileage  Record   at  Standard  ��� Stations"  or  Chevron  Gas  Stations  Make" the    Supreme    Test  today for smooth acceleration.  Chevron Supreme Gasoline is the-  highway-proven  motor fuel.  SAS STATION  at Standard and Chevron gas stations  by Madge Newman  Cliff Wells is recuperating in  Shaughnessy Hospital following!  an  operation   last week.  According to latest reports,  Mrs. J. Monrufet is about to  leave V.G.H. and return to her  home here. Her son, however  is planning an enforced convalescence for her at his island  home.  Mrs.   J.,  White,   Mrs".   G.   H.  Burke and Miss Marilyn Burke,  all >df Vancouver, are guests  at the J. T. Newman home,  where Mr. Burke was guest of  honour at a birthday party during his week-end visit.  Last    Saturday    Miss    Jerry  Jervis and Miss M. Mclntyre  opened their home,to the Social  Cre<fit group here to permit  Mr. E. . G. Silverton, Social  Credit candidate for Coast Cap-  Gibsonews  Mr. and Mrs. R. Burns are  enjoying a visit from Bob's  neice, Miss DeCamp, from Oakland,  California.  Mrs. Mclnnis: wife of a one  time School Principal of Gibsons  js visiting locally. Mr. Mclnnis  was first a grade five teacher,  and continued teaching here/until  he was the principal of the!  School. He left in 1927, for  .'other teaching posts. He had retired only a "short time before  Ihis  death  last-year.  Mr. and Mrs. Noel Hutchin-  sons arid son Robin, and Mr.  and Mrs. Hutchinsons Sr. from  Calgary, are visitors' at Keats  Island  for the month.  Mr. Al Smith of Gibsons was  taken ill on Friday night. Dr.  Inglis attended him, and he was  taken to Pender Harbour Hospital on Saturday morning by  ambulance.  Highway Accidents  Last Saturday evening. Bob  Calder's car, parked on tlie side  of,the road, was backed into by  lantoither car, doing damage to  the doors on one side of his  car.  Tlie car backing into him,  ���not content with one try, drew  off and hit again.  The second, with greater damage to both vehicles, occured  on the Davis Bay Hill last Wed-1  nesday evening. This resulted  an one of the. cars being badly  ���damaged, and being towed into  tlie Sechelt Automotive, where  it is understood it is also impounded.  ilano riding, to speak informally  on   questions   pertinent  to  the  federal,   election.   Some  thirty  neighbours attended the meeting.  Outdoor movies at the school  each  Friday  night  continue  to  be popular and the Teen Towners,  who  sponsor   the,  project,  are doing very well financially  with ithe silver collection. Money collected in this way goes to  the Joey Fortt Memorial Fund  and,  will   be  spent   on better  swimming facilities.  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by ApDomtment  Why go to'Vancouver for  Optical Service?  I  B  s  electors say?     i  All Canada watched when/ on June  9th, British Columbians went to the polls  to elect a provincial government.  Would Socialists, who held 18 out of  48 seats in the last Legislature, make  gains as a result of an admittedly .complex political situation?  If a party favoring state socialism!  gained office, what would happen to  British Columbia's recent great surge of  development? Would venture capital)  come here at the risk of being injured  by   action   of   a   government  hostile   to  t  private enterprise?  Electors answered the question.  Approximately 70 percent of all votes  were cast for free enterprise parties.  Socialist representation in the house  was reduced by four seat's.  British Columbians voted for more  progress and for a way of life that-makes  the Government the servant not the  master of the people.  BRITISH    COLUMBIA    FEDERATION  OF TRADE & INDUSTRY IN MAGISTRATE JOHNSON'S  y   . COURT  \ At a long preliminary hearing  V        in   Police   Court   in  Sechelt   last  week, Edward Francis Strain, of  k Vancouver was charged with en  dangering the safety of the public  Date Pad  Aug.  1 ���  Garden Bay Garden Party at  St.  Mary's1 Hospital.  Aug. 3 ��� Gibsons Institute,  Hall meeting Farmers Institute  8 p.m.  August 7 ��� Roberts Creek  United Church. Tea and Sale of  work,   at 2 p.m.  Aug. 8  Dance.  Roberts Creek VON  August 14 and 15 ��� Gibsons  School Hall, Howe Sound Farmer's  Institute  annual fair.  Aug. 18 ��� Sechelt Legion  LA. Tea and Bazaar, Sechelt  Legion hall, 2 p.m. ���  August 15  Regatta.  Pender Harbour  Aug. 19 ��� Roberts Creek  Legion Hall 8 p.m. VON bazaar  sale home cooking, tea.  Aug. 29  bazaar.  'St'. Mary's Church  THIS   WEEK'S  SPECIAL  ���  five good lots on Gower Point)  Road, almost across from Schul-  jstads, here is a buy, all five  $795.  FOR INSURANCE  OR REAL ESTATE SEE  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  Evenings  95J  Member Association of B.C.  Real Estate Agents.  Wipe Out  Ottawa  Waste  Let's face it. There's fan-  ��� tastic waste and extrava^  gence at Ottawa today. The  Liberal government has  said it does not intend to  do anything about it. If it  is returned fb power it will  continue the spending spree  with YOUR money. The  Progressive Conservative  Party has declared war on  such waste, so that jrour  taxes can be slashed. Help  us wipe out Ottawa waste.  Elect- Arthur McARTHUR,  your Progressive  Conservative Candidate in Coast  Capilano.  by discharging a firearm in a  public place. Defended by Mr. J.  A. Sutherland, Barrister from  Vancouver, Strain was committed  for trial in County Court. He was  found guilty of carrying a firearm  without proper license, and fined  ten dollars and costs, this charge  arising out of the first one.  David Keith of Vancouver was  charged with carrying a firearm  without   a   license, . at   Redroofs,  ��� and fined ten dollars and costs.  A Juvenile was found delinquent in having, at Granthams,  thrown stones at other children.  The final disposition of this case  has been suspended for thirty  days.  Kenneth Charles Johnstone,  Michael Silobodec and Andrew  Carper, all of Vancouver, were  found guilty of infractions of the  'Colored Gasoline Act', and fined  fifty dollars and costs.  A party held in the dormitory  at Port Mellon on July 22 proved  expensive for the celebrants.  Samuel Ronald Sedan, Ronald  Askew, Frank Johnson, Floyd  Dick, Peter Wolansky and Peter  Gerard Trower were together  fined a total of $120.00, and ordered to pay damages to the  Howe . Sound Pulp and Paper  Company in a like amount for  property damage. With costs, the  extraneous costs of* this party  amounted to $252.00. During the  party, a "firearm was discharged.  Floyd Dick, one of the party, was  also fined ��10.00 and costs for  not having the proper license for  said firearm:  Peter Gerard Trower forfeited  one hundred dollars to the crown  on a recognizance previously entered into to keep the peace for  one month.  Peter ^Kornelson of Yarrow,  B.C. was fined $10.00, and costs  for failing to bring his car to a  stop at the Porpoise Bay road  intersection.  Fred Fernie of Gibsons was  also fined ten dollars and costs  for failure to observe the same  stop sign.  Harmon Peters of Yarrow and '  Thos. Lamb of Sechelt were fined  $30.00   for   exceeding   the   speed  limit in a twenty mile zone.  In Magistrate Hambly's Court:  Melvin Peter Jackson was  charged with assault and occasioning actual bodily harm to  Jacques Fischer. Was fined fifty  dollars- and costs.  Legals  TENDERS  Tenders are. invited for the  purchase; as is and where is,  fcf the Gift-letter "The Nick"  situated on the foreshore of the)  ���Sechelt Indian Reserve No. 2,  lat Porpoise Bay, B.C.  Tenders to be submitted in  duplicate on or before August  12th,  1953 to H. E. Taylor,  Indian Supit.,  .     403 "Federal Building,  325 Granville St.,  Vancouver, B. C.  For   Best  Results  Use The Coast News Classified  GIBSONS ,....-.  MEAT MARKET  (Thor Christerison)  Opposite Post Office  Meat You Will Enjoy Eating  Prices Most Reasonable  Cleanliness Is A Must, Your Inspection Is. Invited  ALL SALES MADE WITH A MONEY-BAC-S  GUARANTEE ��� YOU MUST BE SATISFIED 100%  Death of Mrs. Day's Mother  Word was received by Mrs.  Cloe Day last week of the tragic  death of her mother, Mrs. Nettie  Payne, and of the injuries suffered by her father, Mr. Clyde  "Payne, in an auto accident on  Wednesday afternoon, July 23,  near Butte, Montanna.  The truck in which they were  riding, according to the survivors went completely out of control .and turned (Over, caught  fire and was completely burned  out.  Mr. and Mrs.. Payne had been  in the front of the pick-up truck  land their son and brother-in-  law were in the back. When it  overturned, the two in the back  were, thrown clear. Mrs. Payne  was evidently instantly killed  and it was impossible to remove  the body.  The three men wtere taken to  hospital after Mrs. Payne's body  was recovered.      ,  Thursday, July 30, 1953  The Coast News  $30.00  For information leading to  'the irecovery of above Black  and Tan Male and Female  Hounds.  Contact J. Matthews, Roberts,  Creek, or R.C.M.P.  Anyone     found     harbuoring  these  animals   KvSf-1   be   prosecuted.  Church Services  ANGLICAN CHURCH  August 2nd.  1953  9th Sunday after Trinity  St.     Bartholomew's     Church  Gibsons  11:00 a.m. Holy Communion  St.   Hilda's   Church  ���  Sechelt  7:30 p.m. Even Song  St.   Aidan's   Church  .    Roberts Creek  3.15 p.m. Evensong  St.   VINCENT'S   MISSIONS  St. Mary. - Gibsons - 11:00 a.m.  Holy Family ��� 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   Creek   Sunday   School  11:00 a.m.  Public a Worship   ���   3:30   p.m.  Port Mellon.  Wednesday  7:30 p.m.  BETHEL   CHURCH  Sechelt  Legion   Hall   road.  2:00 p.m. Sunday School  Gospel Service, 3:00 p.m.  PENTACOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  9:45 a.m. Sunday School  11:00   a.m.   l^evotional  7:30 p.m.  Evangelistic  Prayer and Bible Study  Wilson Creek  2 p.m. Sunday School    *  Evangelistic Service  Sunday  7:30  p.m.  Tuesday   7:30   p.m.  Young People's, Friday 7:30 p.m.  Roberts Creek  Service Monday, 7:30 p.m.  Wednesday 8 p.m.  Young   People's,   Friday,  ,7:30  FOR   SALE  FOR SALE  Good Wood and Sawdust, Old  growth Fir and Millwood, Dry  Fir Fir Sawdust. Joe Rushton,  Roberts Creek, Phone  24 V  2.  tfn.  Rough and  Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  K0LTEBMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Stamp collection^ British and  Foreign, both mint and used.  Chas. Wm. Oldershaw, R.R. 1  Gibsons, B. C. 30  Solid Oak dining set. Coleman  Oil Heater, nearly new and various other articles. M.W. Brown  Shangri La Cottage, Hopkins. 31  PENINSULA ELECTRIC &  REFRIGERATION  CONTRACTORS  . Sales  and  Service  We  have  reconditioned   Refrigerators for. sale,  all makes  Phone 24 A & 24 K  Roberts   Creek  Washington Raspberries, picb  your own. 10c lb. A. Nevins,  Pratt Rd.,  Gibsons 30  Granthams Landing cute summer home, wonderful view, furnished.  $1900.  Terms.  Totem   Realty,   Gibsons.  12 ft. Clinker built Boat,  copper rivetted. Briggs and  ;Stratiton motor, new condition  $240. Also full reverse gear for  small motors. Includes shafii  propeller, stuffing boz and couplings. Full) reverse, stationary  jand forward. All in first class  condition, price $40.00  1948 Dodge .Special Deluxe  iSedan, $1000. cash or finance.  Phone Sechelt 86 R.  And yet anoither "Totem"  special, half acre land adjoining*  John Kullanders wondeurful garden home, east and west of Fred  Feeny's,. ideal location, nearly  all cleared, it's a bargain at  $1500 with terms $600 down  balance $35 month.  Totem Realty  Hopkins Landing, year around  Bungalow, unobstructed view, 2  bedrooms, nook, fireplace, electricity*, modern plumbing. On ���  tain road, lot 55x120. $4250.00  terms. Immediate, occupancy  Owner A.H. Glene'sk.  Still another "Totem" special  10   acres   land   lower   Roberts  Creek Road, $850. Totem Realty.  5 piece breakfast set, eastern  birch, white enamel with red  trim. Price $30.00. Woqdside  ;opposite  Coast News..  LOST  At Armour's wharf, Ladies  gold locket, picture of gentleman inside. Reword. Return to  Mrs. George Cook, Fletcher Rd.  or Coast News. ���  Two white male kittens, parti  Persian, strayed about two wks.  ago, West Sechelt district, uhone  81  M.  Summer Special, Fir - $10.00  Cord. Alder - $9.00.  E. McCartney. Phone 67 H. tfn  Boat, 12' 4" long. 4' 6'_ x  4' 6" Strip built 2 and a half  Wisconsin, all in first class order  price $150. Wm. Glenn.  Corlett  Apts.,   Gibsons.       30  We resuire many sacks of Fir  Cones from the vicinity of  Gibsons. Parties interested in  picking cones in September and  October, should write to  Manning Seed Co., 839 Dexter  Horton Bldg.,  Seattle 4,  Wash.  30  Another "Totem" special, 3  .room house, 3 piece bath, elect-  tic lights, 137 foot frontage!  Gctwier Point! Road East of Capt.  Metcalfes, depth 291 feet, finest  of rich black loam. Wonderful  'spring, no sprinkling shortage*.  .close in, level. What a bargain  tut $3900  on easy terms.  Totem Realty  WORK   WANTEDS ' *  Spray and Brush Painting; also paper hanging. J. Melhus.  Phone Gibsons 33. tfn  Chesterfields and Rugs thoroughly cleaned and Shampooed  in your own Home by the  REXAIR Method. Prices reasonable - Good work. See .W.  Arrowsmith, basement Suite of  Eric Inglis Home.  tfn  Wanter work for a Kle-track  and a rubber-tired Arch. Available  August 3.   Box   17,   Coast  News.  Will look after children in our  home  durisg   August,   30  cents  an hour. Elsie Rogers.  McKinnon Suite, near Municipal  Float.  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.  ANNOUNCEMENT  Mr. and Mrs. M. King, announce the engagement of their'  only daughter Iola Margurite to  Roy Carol Aimquist, son "of Mr.  and Mrs. Aimquist of North Vancouver, B.C. The wedding to  take place in the United Church,  Gibsons, B.C. on August 24th  at 2 p.m.  FOR  RENT  Modern 3 room Suite unfurnished, with Fridgidaire. On  beach near Co-Op Store. Apply  Mrs. G. Thorburn, Gibsons.    31  TENDERS  Tenders will be received by The Corporation of  The Village of Gibsons Landing for 'the clearing of  right-of-way and burning of debris. Copies of specifications may be obtained from the Municipal Clerk.  Tenders must be in sealed envelopes, marked  "TENDER", and delivered to the Municipal Clerk at  the Municipal Hall not laiter than Four o'clock in the  afternoon of Monday. August 24th, 1953. Lowest or  iany tender not necessarily accepted.  ROBERT BURNS, Clerk.  ^-k_i_^-_ft_4-* 'W^'lff^F81������"^"���"���  8  The   Coast   News       Thursday, July 30, 1953  FOR QUICK SALES  WSE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  ^  Halfmoon Bay  Plough & Planed Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  ms/irmiw)  SINCLAIR  4o#ift miss a thing in  ����.*  ,ttiG  VIK-*  ;*&���*  3^ '   _*-*,  '&*^��+*  ***** <��OX^ c& **VA  t**?f\o    "  Port Mellon  Briefs  By  MRS.   SWAN  A 'six - year - old fisherwoman  caught her first( steelhead in  Rainy River last week. Joanne  Merriam, out with her father  landed an 8-pound one while out  with her father, just below the  Falls. Mr. Merriam kept an eye  on his daughter (and the fish,  we suspect), hut let her handle  everything herself, until she finally waded in and landed the  catch by herself. Since Joanne  had to go home to exhibit her  triumph, Dad had no luck personally, but was proud enough to  have caught the steelhead single-  handed.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Peterson and  family of the Seaside, Hotel have  returned from a trip to Edmonton, where they were visiting with  Mrs. Peterson's Mother.  Verna ���? Swanson is home from  Mr. Stan Dowling has left the  Los Angeles with a beautiful tan  and memories of a grand holiday.  Mrs. EL Ollenburger and children are off to Ocean Falls for six  weeks' holiday.  Helen Powell is visiting her  grandmother Mrs. Powell at Powell River.  Donna George, formerly of  Hillside, is presently a guest of  the Lien twins.  Aboard their cruiser, the  Hileah, the Hendersons of Wood-  fiber spent last weekend at Port  Mellon.  From Selma, California, have  come the Bancrofts, Fred's parents, for a holiday.  Hollywood guests are Mr. and  Mrs. Slark, up to attend Mr.  Slark's brother's wedding. They  just couldn't resist a look at the  old place. Mr. Slark used to work'  in the steam plant here.  Secret Cove  Mr. and Mrs. Qsgaurd and  daughter Jan, bound for Princess  'Louise Inlet, aboard their yacht,  stopped in to visit with the F.  McNaughtons. They are spending  their holidays in the Inlet.  Mr. and Mrs. Pat Luoma. are  also spending a few days at Secret Cove.  Mr. and Mrs. John Brynlison  from West Vancouver are up for  a few days at their summer home  with a friend. .  }���;:  >.:  :y  ..:  Come To The Fair!  Howe Sound Annual  FALL FAIR  IN  School & Adjacent Halls  GIBSONS, B.C.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th, 6:00 to 10.00 p.m.  Official Opening 8:00 p.m. August 14th  by 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. Re 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.  gsons Kindergarten  Miss New, who has conducted  .Kindergarten classes in Gibsons  for the past two years, and who  is presently on holiday, is in Gibsons for the next few days.  She wishes it known that those  parents who are interested in  having children attend Kindergarten classes again this year  should contact her before August  Sth, Saturday, if at all' possible,  so that she may make arrangements for the coming season.  On  your   HOLIDAY  Trip  To Vancouver  Be Sure To Enjoy A  FREE   DEMONSTRATION  Ride In The New  HUDSON  JET  High Trade - Special Terms  Curtis Motors  1105  Granville Street  Phone MArine 3264  I  Union  GENERAL   STORE  SECHELT, B. C:  MEATS: Saturday Only  BOLOGNA ��� by.the piece or sliced  m 330  "Dutch Lunch" Salami style sausage R> 030  Cross Rib Pot Roast  Grade "A"' Choice Beef lb 530  GROCERIES:  "Gatusso" Five-minute Spaghetti  Two 8-oz pkgs.   190  "Staffords" Hot Chocolate, 2 cup pkt. 3 for .... 190  % "Spork", Round Tins 12 oz 350  DiRYGOODS  See Our Bargain Section  For Some Really Good Buys.  You gave him this job to do  >'.*:*  In 1949 the Canadian people expressed their confidence it.  St. Laurent and the Liberal program. This glance at the  reveals some of Canada's tremendous accomplishments under  St. Laurent's leadership. No other country has fought a war, balanced  its budget, reduced its debt, cut taxes���all at the same time.  Now there's another big job ahead. And Louis St. Laurent  has proved that he, more than ever, is tne Canadian  best fitted to do the job. ��-,  Promoting employment  and prosperity  Developing our trade  ���  More Canadians working, for higher pay, than eve*  J_efore .. .New records established in national  production, national income every year since 19.49;  Expanding our Industry  Strengthening our dollar  \  Supporting farming and fishing  Fostering good labour conditions  ���  4  ���  Working for National Security  ���  Old markets expanded, new markets opened up ;;:  Canada third largest trading nation in world . . .  External trade at all-time high ... Negotiated mutual  tariff concessions with 34 countries ��� a practical wa  of freeing international trade.  Liberal policies have encouraged rapid economic  growth ... Unprecedented development of resources  ... Consumer purchases doubled since the war ...  Investment in new plants and equipment running  over $5 billion a year.  Budgets balanced ... National debt reduced :;:  Inflation brought under control..; Taxes lowered;; i  Canadian dollar strong.  These basic industries aided by trade agreements j  floor prices . . . New low-cost insurance plan assists  owners of smaller fishing vessels ... Farm production  and income at record levels.  %  New federal legislation prohibits discrimination on  grounds ofHrace, cqjour or religion ..'. Unemployment  insurance extended to cover seasonal lay-off of  workers ... Special efforts to help disabled workers ,  to find useful and satisfying employment;. . Time  loss from strikes at low point. * ���.  '  To prevent aggression, Canada's forces serving in  Far East and Europe . . . Canada making major  contribution to NATO defence build-up .. . Largest  peacetime defence program in our history . .. Full  support to United Nations .'... all to preserve peace;  m  W&^33��ti  NATIONAL LIBERA. FEDERATION OF CANADA  .V-^'J-'-i-'-'  : f j.    -v �����   -v �����. ���"'������ j    i  ���y< nrr_T-��fliigrtiirwi-)rt-��--r-H-y  servece Is  Will Buy Used Radios  Or Accept "trade-Ins"  RICHTER'S   Radio  Phone Sechelt 25J  _B9BS__a_a_a_a_SB__-si  E_-5B_-_a_!  enal  mm prices  THE BUILDERS BEST BET FOR LUMBER  Roofing,   Wallboards.   Cement,   Sand,   Gravel,   Mouldings,  Paint,  Hardware,   Plumbing  and  Electrical   Supplies.  See Our Sitock.  PLUMBER, ELECTRICIAN, CARPENTERS  PAINTERS, available if required.  We Deliver Anywhere  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  II  r  v��  rain's Crbwri Royal  Seagrams V.O.  yl Seagram's "83  ��  *���- .'���-.���. . ;  m*| King's Plate  Seagram's Special Old  This adverfisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  a  New 'Courier' Bus  FITTED FOR COMFORT  The Sechelt Transportation  Company's, new bus, a Courier,'  with seating capacity of forty-  one, has now been nicely broken  in to its run on the Peninsula.  On a demonstration run last  week, especially -for the benefit  of the Vehicles Inspector and the  Coast News Editor, Cecil drove  the bus out beyond West Sechelt,  and for a short distance over that  stretch of "wash-board" to show  how well the vehicle was sprung.  Even with just three persons on  board, the Courier road smoothly.  There are all kinds of facilities  for comfort, from foam rubber  seats, concealed night lighting, to  air-conditioning fans . and big  heaters for the coming winter  season. Plenty of baggage space*  new body construction that does  away with that 'sat-upon' feeling  that the lower topped vehicles  sometimes give.  This bus, plus the new road,,  should make the tripping back  and forth quite a pleasure.  Thursday, July 30, 1953  The Coast News  9  _t_B--B_8-3--E--_g__-We^^  Visitors Registered  Sechelt Inn: Mr. and Mrs. Dry-  borough, New Westminster; Mr.  and Mrs. Staylerton, Grand Bay,  B.C., Mr. and - Mrs. pick Lucas,  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCarton,  Mr. and Mrs. Ernesfe Soane, all  from Vancouver, Miy and Mrs.  Roy Miller and son, Seattle; also  Miss Ella *Miller and Miss Signe  Carlson, from Seattle. Mrs. Hy-  man, Vancouver, and Mr. and  Mrs. Tompkinson and son, Vancouver.  Seabeach Motel: Prom. Vancouver are Mr. and Mrs. J. ,E. Link-  later, Mr. and Mrs. J. Leake, Mr.  and Mrs. R. Watson, Mr. arid Mrs.  A. H. Leek, and from California,  Mr. and Mrs. Alan Meisenheimef  and family.  Glendalough: Mr. Tom Farmer,  Couivtenay; Mr. and Mrs. H. O'ld-  aker, Mr. and Mrs. Balfour, Miss  Balfour and Miss Dorothy Swann,  -all"of New Westminster, and from  Vancouver,' Mr. and Mrs. W. Alexander, Miss Qwen Colvin and Miss  Belva-Sheridan.  Wigard Cottages: Mrs. F. McDonald and daughter, Julic�� from  Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Far-  rell, Vancouver; also Mr. and  Mrs. A. Turkington and children  and Mr. Turkington's parent-  from Vancouver.  Glendalough Lodge: Mrs. Perkins and Renee, Mr. J. Tosh, and  his son J. Toshi Jr., all of Vancouver. .  G  Only $25.00 A IVSonth  Brings You  PROFIT AND PLEASURE  With A  //  //  Kerosene Operated Refrigerator  Profit in Food Saved.  Pleasure in better flavour and a more varied  Menu.  Your  "Servel"   is  guaranteed    for.    10    years  tWice  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 floor space.  !���:'  Noiseless��� Efficient ���- Modern  $489:50 Cash ��� or terms $75:00 down $25:00 month  See The'Serve!'In Operation At  A. Lloyd, General Store  Garden   Bay     ���     Pender  Harbour  Phone   12 R  WITH  SOCIAL CREDIT CANDIDATE FOR COAST  CAP1LAKO  B. C. fVllf^lSTER OF AORICUTLURE  Gibsons Legion Hall  \      7:30 p.JHo  Sechelt Legion  8:30 p.m. 10  The Coast News       Thursday, July 30, 1953  Gower  eanings  by Gypsy Towers  A  farewell  party  in  honor   of  i  Mr. and Mrs. Renton of Nelson  who has been visiting with Mr.  and Mrs. S. F. Smales for the  past two weeks.  Jeannie Blackburn being joined  by her school chum, Carol Miller  of North Vancouver, to finish up  her holiday at Stronlochie.  Ex-Gowerites    Mr.     and    Mrs.  m_-Mffla��fflad_3miffl^^  All Power Will Be Cut Off  Tuesday, August 4th  Between 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.  .For Extensive system tests*  B. C. POWER COMMISSION, SECHELT  Now Open For Business  At Gibsons  The I IS \\ IV MOTEL  On the Sechelt Highway  Couple or Family Units  With or Without Cooking Facilities .  ACCOMODATIONS DELUXE  W. I. McAfee  Phone 68-J  SAND   -   GRAVEL  CEMENT  2x4 ������ Shiplap and Dimension  Various Grades and Prices  ;     .   To Suit Your Needs  ROOFING ��� WALLBOARDS ��� PLUMBING  PAINT AND HARDWARE  Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd.  PHONE 53 GIBSONS  We Carry The Stock  Poblic Health Clinics For July  Roberts Creek, Tuesday, August 4. 2;S0 to 3:30 at the  School. -y ,,  -..'" ,,:;;,,--<:v  Gibsons, Thursday, August 6, 2:00 to 4:0(0 BM. Q&ice^  Port Mellon, Tuesday, August 11. 2:30 to 3:30*; Port  Mellon school.  Wilson Creek, Thursday, August 13, 3:00 to 4:00, Mrs.  Chamberlin's home.  Bowen Isknd, Tuesday, August 18, 3:00 to 4:00. First  Aid House.     ,  Sechelt, Thursday, August 20, 2:30 to 3:30, Sechelt  School.  Garden Bay, Monday, August 24, 3:00 to 4:00, Club  House.  Madeira Park, Tuesday, August 25, 3:00 to 4:00. M. P.  school.  Half Fooh Bay, Thursday/August 27, 2:30 to 3:30,  Mrs. Dipuma's Home.  All mothers are invited ito bring their infant�� and  pre-schools to clinics. Babies are weighed, immunized,  and problems are discussed with the mothers. Inoculations consist of 3 doses one month apart, of Dip-  theria, Whooping Cough and Tetanus combined. Moth-  ^ers are strongly urged to see that their children have  these protective inoculations while they are young.  .The reactions to the inoculations are minimal when.,  they are started alt three months of age.  For further information, see or write the Public  Health Nurse at Gibsons, or at the clinics.  Children starting school in September are espec-*  ially invited to attend Clinic this month.  James Marshall, Sr. enjoying a  visit from daughter Lorna and  her husband John "Whelan from  Saskatoon. Taking in the beauties  of Gower as well as other beauty-  spots on the Peninsula.  Mrs. Don Poole and her lovely  children back from an exciting  few days spent in Seattle.  Mr. and Mrs. James Beaton accompanying their daughter Muriel and grandson Ernest of Portland, Oregon, as far as Vancouver.  The Lloyd Elrick's recuperating after their California holiday.  Tom Dick back to sea while  Mrs. Dick takes it easy after seeing her daughter, Mrs. Mowat  and her family, off to Kamloops  to join her husband and make  their home in the Interior.  Mrs. John Coleridge basking in  the sun on doctor's orders for a  month before hospitalization.  Whiling" away the time demonstrating her new electric grass  cutter. ,Hope the end result will  be a return to her usual vivacious  self.  Mr. Fred Waters vacationing in  the Hope cottage. Mr. and Mrs.  H. W. Laf f ere of New Westminster taking advantage' of the  'Gower breezes.  The VON oyer the top having  passed the ..goal of $106.00 for  the Gower unit under the persistent canvassing of Mrs. F. W.  Dawson who . wishes to express  her appreciation to all the permanent residents and summer  campers who contributed so generously to jthjs very necessary and  vital service.  The Willy Grays managing to  get a few days in at their summer home.   ' .    .  Squadron Leader V.. W. Duke  of the RCAF. with his wife and  two children from Edmonton  visiting the Harry Dukes.  . Coral Anne Bride and Miss  Billie Meadows enjoying a vacation from their strenuous training, duties at the Vancouver General Hospital at the Bride summer  home. Looking forward to being  joined by other lucky classmates  before the summer is out. Miss  Jill Newcombe of Pasadena, California and Miss Maureen Walsh  returning home after two lovely  weeks at the Bride cottage.  Iola King and her dad Mitch  lagging 45 trout on the last day  of their joint holidays���quite a  climax to ftwo weeks of early  rising!  Halfmoon  Beams  by FlbVence* Cormack  Baby Lynda Gail, born tb li_en  and Sheila Anderson in Vancouver on July. 22nd made Mrs.. W.  Kolterman a proud and happy  grandmother for the ' third time.  Congratulations ������ Ken : and. Stimla.  . The H. R. Pearces of Redrobffs  are enjoying visits from two  .daughters ''and four grandchildren, Mrs. Wally iGilbertson and  children of Vancouver and Mrs.  Bob Peterson of Chicago.  Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Brewis are  recuperating from recent illnesses at their son's summer cottage  at Welcome Beach. We hope that  a summer up ��here will restore  them to health.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Claydon  of Redrooffs have as their guests  .their son George with his wife  and family of Vancouver.  We are glad to see Mrs. W. Miller, of Redrooffs home again a ad  "much improved after an operation.  From Alberni, Mr. and Mrs. T.  Devereux and children are visiting with the latter's parents, the  P. Meuses of Hydaway Bay. Unfortunately Mrs. Devereux just  missed seeing her father by a  few hours, as he had left for.thfe  fishing grounds on the good ship  "Relief." Over last weekend, Mrs.  Meuse's sister and her husband,  the Lewis Simons of Burlington,  Wash,  paid a brief visit.  Brandon, Man.  guests of Mrs.  E. Klusendorf of Welcome Beach  are' her daughter and son-in-law  and family, Mr. and Mrs. James  Guild. Two other daughters from  Vancouver were up to join them  over the weekend, Miss Lori Klusendorf and Mrs. Woodman and  husband Harry.  Last Sunday, Miss Christine  Hansen, the new teac_?er-elect for  Half Moon Bay School, motored  up from Mission with her parents  to acquaint herself with the district and try to find a boarding  place.  A new home is going up in the  Redrooffs subdivision for G.  Adamson of Vancouver.  Mr. A. Hanney of Welcome  Beach is home again and looking  very fit after spending a few  weeks cruising up the Coast with  his son Colin of Vancouver.  Other Welcome Beach guests  last weekend were' at the home of  the Bob Cormacks, their daughter, Mrs. F. Simpson and family  of Cranberry Lake, their son  Lawrence and family and Mr. and.  Mrs. C. Cawley and family, all  of Vancouver.  P  TO "SUIT YOU" FOR SUMMER  TAS1L1SHOPPE  Phone 29 J  Sechelt  HEAR  Senator TOM RE ID  . :M:^^yy  August 3rct It 8.00 p.m.  i;  i <


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