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Array PROVINCIAL.  provincial i-2.^1  Victoria* B*  q  -=r;A./S^  Phone your news or  orders to  !L'  Seventh Year of Publication  Thursday, July 23,  1953    Vol. 7 ��� 29   Published in GIBSONS, B.C.      Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  iL��l  if:  SALMON SURPLUS SOLD  At the opening meeting of h'is  election campaign, the - Hon.  James Sinclair, M.P., spoke at  Roberts Creek, which he considers a lucky opening, since for the  past thirteen years as a member,  and for the past three elections  as a'-candidate, he has made his  starting point at that place.  Senator Tom Reid took the  platform in support of Mr. Sinclair, and dwelt on the' great  amount of work he has been ahle  to do for both his constituents  and for the country itself. As  Minister of Fisheries, he has  learned more, and accomplished  more in the short, time than any  o��her man in the position. His  plans are far-sighted and fai*  reaching, and one great example  of .this is the International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Treaty.  ' - Mr. Sinclair has still greater  plans under way for the coming  years,,and. should do much for  Canada in the World Trade situation. *  Mr. Sinclair, introduced by the  Senator, then addressed the meeting.    ���*..: ':;';->;:-y:Vy,-V   .'������..���-������  The Liberal Party, he wished  * to emphasize, did" not base Its  claims to office upon promises of  what they hoped to accomplish,  but on. a solid record of what they  had been able to do already, and  what ihe continuation of their  plans would mean.  All Social Legislation placed on  ;*��� ,Cajnada%-,sia.tu_te .books since 193 5,  has been by the Liberal Governments.  In measures of National Health  it seemed <td Mr. Sinclair, that  with 13 members in the house",  the CCF Party should have been  \A able to promise, rather more than ,  a bathroom with full- plumbing iri  every home.  The Liberal Government has  believed* ; in .���'��� making a solid  groundwork for a plan of National Health Insurance, and towards  this end has been makingysure of  a supply of necessities such as  Hospital Beds, Nursing Home accommodation, Doctors/ Nurses,  Dentists, etc. Since 1945, grants  have been given to start with, to  supply one bed per thousand population in Hospitals, one per fifteen  hundred in nursing homes.  Wharf Busy  Sunday; the "JERVIS EXPRESS, "GULF WING" and  "SNOW PRINCE'' were all docked  at Sechelt 'Wharf. During the day  a,; seaplane landed, then tied up  for a 'time;';. Porpoise Bay, and  Sechelt Inlet are much travelled  this .summer: by-American and  Canadian yachts. It would seem,  that the need for wharves and  flbats to accbiaimpdate these sea-'.  golngv visitors has not passed,  evefc Kith a' ferry service..and;the  prb&pect of a paved, road up the  Peninsula.  Federal Elections  Sechelt  Mrs. Alice Amelia French will  be at her Home on July 23, 195 3  to receive late registrations for  the Voter's List.  Sechelt Polling-Station will be;  Legion HaU, August .10, 19 53.  Mr. Wm.J Allah; and Mr. Walter  Waddell are Deputy'- Returning  Officers. Mrs..' George: ��� Batchelor  is Poll Clerk.      ^';i?yx^ ^;y     ;���  /  Thirty-five millions'  have been-  given in grants to Universities to  increase  the  number   of   doctors  ' and dentists necessary for the institution of so large a scheme.  AIMS OF LIBERAL PARTY  In 19l$5, 23 percent of the population, was on relief. It was the  -aini of the Liberals then as now  'to secure full employment. The  rate, of unemployment in Canada  today is very low, in comparison.  .'Full employment and the resulting Social Security, in a country like Canada, can only come  from full and prosperous World  Trade. In this Canada has moved  up to third place in the standing  of major trading nations.  Regarding the argument that  Canada is losing her trade with  the Commonwealth; Nations, Mr.  Sinclair states that Canada's  trade with, fhese nations has now  passed the Billion Dollar mark.  One index of a nation's state  of well-being is -the condition of  her small towns. In Canada, small  towns-all over are improving  greatly, which means an improvement in Social Security.  . Regarding Business, Sinclair  believes it is best run by individuals, whether persons or companies. In Canada, 49 percent of  the profits, from so-called .'Big  Business'i;gb to the public coffers,  to further provide Social Security.  Old Age Pensions are now free  from the complications of the  Means Test. Family Allowances,  Veteran's Pensions, Veteran's Allowances, etc., have been raised.  Unemployment Insurance acts as  a financial buffer in times of  stress.  There has been considerable expansion of the Minimum Wages  Act.  .Floor- prices  have  been  estab-  (Contiuued on pasfe 7V  ROBERTS CREEK WHARF  Mr. .Sinclair still believes that  wharfs along this coast are necessary. The sudden rise in defence expenditures temporarily  halted the' plan. More/ with better  engineering back of the construction, will now be done.   , *  Choirs E  Lisii Land  revta Deroy  is!  Social Credits  Visiting Choirs yere entertained  at LissirLand, .the new summer  resort of Mr.; and Mrs> Wm. T>issi-  man, at .Hopkins, Landing,,. .on  Saturday last.:- ,     - ���������  Mr. S. EL Butler brought his  choir from the South Burnaby  United Church on their annual  picnic, and the choir from St.  Bartholomew's. Anglican ��� Church  at Gibsons helcl their picnic at the  ; sain^;jpilace^ entertained by thfei  ;yJLii.sima^;S:?^f >y';'yvy^ \-\- .\-"'���'  The record fish weighed in at  the Gibsons weighing in station  at the De Luxe Boat Rental,  Recording to Harry 'Smith, so  far, was a 38 lb 7 oz. Spring,  .caught by Mr. Ed . Tracey of  4620 Brandon St., S^. Burnaby.  This fish was caught in Shoal  Channel, between - Keats and  Gibsons, on July l_��th at 5:00  a.m. ���;"-"    ''..���'  Runners up to this prize were;  one of 27- lb 14 oz. caught by  Sid Larses, 124, 19th St., West  Vancouver on July 19 at 2:30 x  p.m. at Gospel Rock'; while D.  Gray caught a 22 lbC8 oz. fish  at Williamsons Landing on July  17th at 6:00 p.m.  Further heavy weights will be  reported each week from the  Gibsons weighing in station. The'  heaviest fish weighed in here  qualifies the fisherman to receive an excellent ; prize donated by Gibsons Board of Trade.  Gfoiiii  is  iserver  The first preliminary meeting  of the Gibsons Ground Observer Corps was held at ;the Observation . Pofctf H.E; Wilson's on  Tuesday evening. July gist.  This organization .is officially ? part of ^the R.C.A.F. ^rpund  Observers: Corps. .Any one in-  tesested, men prv.'^v<iQb.^h;' in this  . '''mat^ie^'^iibu^"'' conl^^^^E;"-  '- Wilson- sit Gibsons; or Ken  Whitaker at Sechelt.  Mid Peninsula  Soft-ball League  Selma Park and Firemen are  tied for first place .with 12 wins  6 losses, and 24 points each.  Wilson Creek, second place: 10  wins, 8 losses, 20 points; and  Pender Harbour 9, 9, 18; C.Y.O.  6, 10,,  12;  Fumblers 4, 12, 8.  Selma Sports Day  Selma Park Comhiunity Club  are sponsoring a sports day to  raise funds for the support of the-  Sechelt Volunteer Fire Brigade.  The event will start at 3:00 p.m. .  Saturday afternoon, July 25, 1953  at the playground in Selma Park.  Arrangements     include     races  for children, and <adults,  a soft-,  ball game, also fishpond for the  children. Refreshments; will be on  sale all  afternoon and :evening.  In the evening games ' and  amusements will take place for  the. adults. In event of rain in  the evening, these will be transferred to the Community Hill.  Do turn out, everyone; to sup-'  port your fire brigade. The mem- ^  bers of the brigade not only dash  out  to  fires,   day  or   night,   but  spend   many   hours   training   for  their duties.,.-..:.'      _^....l..  Senator /Tom Reid  To Your Peninsula  Accompanying  James  Sinclair,*  M.P.   on  his campaign.. visits  t<?  the Sechelt Peninsula will be Sen.  Tom ;Beid.  Owing to the size and. difficulty  of Recess of /many of the points,  ;thie/iwb"m.en.>^ll';do-:most of their  Socred  andidate       Due to . the immediate difficulty in securing suitable accomodation in local halls for  Pubic Meetings, Mr. E. G.  ���Silverton, Social Credit Candidate for the CoastrCapilano riding  will hold a series of three house-  meetings in Gibsons oh Sunday  July  26th.  "^In the evening, at seven o'  clock, he will speak in Gambier Memorial Hall.  He will speak in Port Mellon  at a public meeting on Wednesday next, and the following Saturday, August 1st, will speak at  Redrooffs.  ! Times and dates will be announced by Mr. Bracewell of  furthe meetings.  ling  iXWS/gyfff&ffXf  stiien  wim Classes  :There^w^^ travelling  by  air:    The Senator  s^i^t"-*^^^^ platform-  fishiiigi "swimming and-.:a variety  ef games for the afternoon^  as-Mr. Sinclair.  Gibsons Kinsmen Club is'  sponsoring swimming classes,  again in Gibsons this year, under  the instructorship of John  Wood,, one of our popular Hardware   Merchants!.'  Starting on July 27th (or later  if the Municipal Wharf is not  ready) classes will be held, between seven and eight. Monday  Tuesday, Thursday and "Friday  evenings.  To begin with, the purpose  of the classes is to teach young  non-swimmers how to take care  .:. of themselves in ttie^water. Safer  ty for beginners is tlie big note. -  Later, advanced instruction for-  fcliosiei who can swim will be  added.  All children of school, age  jare welcome/ to these classes.  All that is necessary is a letter  from the parents giving the)  child's name, age, and acceptance ��� of responsibility for the .  child's  well-being.  ,    ' "'"'  John tells us that as soon as  the wharf is ready, he will attach the boom to it, to form  Jan instruction area, and the  classes will begin.  Should the size of classes  warrant, other competent in*  structors are available.  Rod & Gun Club  Derby  -As of going to press, the big-  ���giest fjish in the Derby sponsored by the Peninsula Rod and  Gun Club is a 23 and a half  pounder, caught by Tom Rob-  jl|iarti, "'in Porpoise Bay, and  weighed in at the Sechelt' Inn.  Political Speaches  In The Near Future  People of the Peninsula generally may pick and choose their  speakers ' and ' their political fare  again for the next few weeks.  Commencing this week, Mr.  Bryce, the candidate for the CCF  9  will speak at Gibsons on July 25th  at Port Mellon on the 27th, and  at Madeira Park .on the 2&th,  Mr.   Sincalir;   M.P.   will  speak  at  Gibsons,    July   27th,   ahd at  Sechelt on August 3rd.  No advice has yet been received as to the dates and places  of the Social Credit or the Conservative meetings. When they  are .received they will be announced here.  ARTHUR  (SLIM)  McARTHUR  Saturday last, Arthur McAr-  thur, the candidate for the Coast-  Capilano riding for the Progres-  sive Conservative party, was  visiting constituents on the Peninsula.. '  With   his   Manager,   Mr.   Brah-  der,   and  the   previous   candidate  for the Provincial election, Earle  Dawe,   Mr.   McArthur   was   on   a  'get-acquainted' tour of the Peninsula, calling on people at their  homes    and.    in  >.the^r    business  places.  He - felt that now  in the  holiday     seasons,   many     people  would be.loathe to., attend "politi-  ycalimeetings,^and might be better  seen where -.they happened  to be  found. .      w*/^'#<<}.,,  He has been a member of th.6  West'Vancouver Parks Board, a  president of the Horseshoe Bay  Community Association, chairman  of the- Memorial. Hall Building  Association, is an active member  of the O.E.A., and an honorary  withdrawal from the TBEW and  ABW Unions.        .  Resident in West Vancouver  for 12 years, Slim McArthur is 36  years of age, is a ''married man  with three, children.,      :  Mr.   McArthur    feels    that   we  need a change, and it is his opin-J  ion   that   only   the   Conservatives  can   replace  the  Liberals  Federal Government.  in- the  New Owner For  Gibsons Meat Shop  Mr. Thor Christenson, formerly  meat manager for' Saieways in  Vancouver, is opening his own  meat, business in <Jihsons, in the  shop recently occupied by Bert's  Meat1 Market, opposite the Post  Office.  ��� An the- meat business for over  twenty years, Mr. Christenson's  ;etfperience ;has "beerf with various  firms - in Vancouver,, including  Rae's Superior Stores, Safeways,  etc., as well as his own business.  He moved to Gibsons in 1947, to  live on the Shaw Road.  He states that with the equipment in the shop^a^r- modern and  in excellent condition, plus what .  he will bring to it, should make  for a real business that can give  the best of service in the meat  hue. ���' ��K  The date of opening, after the  change of hands', and allowing  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday  for remodelling the interior and  making what changes he feels  will suit him better, will be on  Thursday, July 30th.  .* - ���; igSStSSSSffiffiSffiammmmsamisimarj.  The Coast News    Thursday, July 23,  1953  (Established 19.5)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd,  I-*"  Member B.C. Weekly Newspapei-Advertising Bnreaa  SAMUEL   NUTTER,   Publisher    " -     -  r t>0 WORTMAN, Editor  I*ublLshed every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  r   Authorised as second class mail. Post Office Department,  Ottawa.  Rates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; S mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $3.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W  ISffiS 6, Gibsons. British Colombia.  School Traffic fe. Highway Traffic  In last week's issue of the Coast News, tucked-away in a  small paragraph in the report of the School Board Meeting  there was an idea which might well lead to quite a considerable change around Gibsons.  ���  This was that the Board went on record as approving a  suggestion that the powers that be should he approached to  have a diversion of Highway Traffic from a point west of the  High School, leading thence to the Ferry by another route.  The idea behind this suggestion is sound enough inasmuch as it is concerned directly with the safety of school  children using the roadway up the Sechelt Highway on their  way to and from school, crossing the roadway to and from  the Hail and other emergency classrooms. The highway at  this point has just been blacktopped to overcome another  traffic hazard, that of swirling dust clouds which obscure  the vision.  It will take a good deal of persuasion to convince the  BaOtbrist that he should leave the paved road and make a  <}u6ty 4etour of over a mile, and in bad weather", it will mean  far more than that.  t July 17, 1953.  Editor, Coast News,  Gibsons, B.C.  Sir:  Yoiir editorial in the current  issue of the Coast News entitled  "PiperDream or. Reality" once  again encourages me* to'take up  my pen and subscribe my viewpoint, and in complete agreement  with your suggestion.  I have long advocated a similar procedure towards the advancement and progress of thla  Peninsula and have expounded  my theories to individual businessmen and executives of local  organizations, all of whom have  appeared to agree in my contentions, but apparently none have  been sufficiently eager to debate  the issue in audience.  You   are   correct   in  your   assumption that there was once a  Board common to the Peninsula,  ���and it was at the termination of  this period  that  I became  associated with the Sechelt Peninsula  ' Board of Trade,  and during my  Iterm   as   President,   the   Pender  Harbor    Board    of    Trade    was  formed   with   the   understanding  that liason officers from each of  the  three   Boards would   be  ap-  . pointed "to   work   in  conjunction  with, and to the advantages of,  what is generally���if erroneously  ������known  as   the  Sechelt   Peninsula.  It seems that, unfortunately,  each Board now functions selfishly in its individual field and  that little, if any, effort is extended fcy way of co-ordination  itowards the advancement of the  ^entire area. I can almost hear  some of your readers exclaiming  that I am old fashioned in my  theories and in some ways I am  likely, to agree with them, hut I  believe that I could be justified  in asking: What are some of the  young bloods and those of modern  thought..'ia this .yici^tty.doing, to-  i  Jujy 19th To Aug.  TOM MACKS ��� MINNOWS ��� HERRING  CUT - PLUGS ��� DODGERS  ��� SPOONS  OF ALL KINDS  CALL AT  arker's  Phone 51  ware  Sechelt  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  THE MOST POPULAR  CANADIAN WHISKY  AT A POPULAR PRICE  _���  Reconstruction of such a detour over jroiites presently  obvious to us, and the paving of same, when such is rx)s^-^^%;^f ^f^^:��^ft  ... ... ,       ���.....- ���   s. . , potential   portion   -*       ^-^  gnble, will be quite an expensive procedure.  There are alternative suggestions that leap to the mind.  First, there are alternative routes available to the school  children going to and from school. Many children already  us�� some of these. Pedestrian walks alongside the highway  could be constructed, which would keep the children off the  pavement. Much of the highway congestion in the morning  and the afternoon is caused by considerate parents and  friends driving children to and from school. Should this  traffic be diverted?  We agree that every reasonable measure to preserve  the safety of the children should be taken, including that of  common sense behaviour on the part of these same children,  and reasonable use of highway facilities by them.  It should be remembered, too, that if one section of a  ���highway should be cut off from public use because children  ���use it to go to school, it may be claimed, and rightly, that  other sections should be similarly isolated to the use of the  children. Is it not obvious where the establishment of such  a precedent might lead?  The schools were built along the highway in order to be  ready of access to everyone. Does it seem entirely sensible  now to clamour for the highway not to be used?  Let tfce Ip^icr^^^ 5*is  regard. Safety for. d|ff|rerir  sensible means, should'oe the objective,   ":"' 1/  Ther�� are other thoughts on this same subject crying  to be voiced; First, we invite the public to participate in the  matter.  of   our   Province? B[ow long do we intend to  "''������wait?.'-  " ':':���.''���'������  I am of the opinion, and this  may he a controversy worthy o*  debate or correspondence through  your  columns*   that   a   planning  and development commission  be  immediately formed consisting of  executive members  from  all organizations throughout the area,  including Powell River and West-  view,  and if  possible the  Black  Ball Ferries  Ltd.  TPhe main  object of this proposed cpmmissipfc  of course, would be tp invite ne-  sessary capital  towards essential  development and to devise  suit-  ' able planning by way of studied  vision and intelligent concentration.  (Continued on page 3)  Its genial, rich flavour j  mokes G&W Bonded Stock  as delightful to the taste a��  it is easy on the entertainment  G00DERHAM fc WORTS LTD.  Established 1832  CamdVs OSdtst DliHIItry  r%i  mtomom  It's New, It's Beautiful  It's by "BAPCO" ���,  V So It Must Be  SATIN���GLO "LATEX" WALL PAINT  Rubberized ������ Washable ���- I^e&Fast  See us about a trip to Honolulu on Bapco  H*reJ-wvH_hd With B.C.'s recent eupension h_s gone  �� growing system <* SERVICE ... In btfn&for'&c  blessing of electricity 80, many communities for. tlie  first time, ��nd k) i��pf��v��r>s facflitjes to mttt tfa  growing clem_f��d for power throughout, the, Coq>r-.  missions 27 power districts.     r       ..*  '      ' '.**  Etecj^ctty �� _ yardstick of community progresc' fe  tM^.']^^)j_l��'^l^f^-cr^e_ ". . . brighter street*,  scWo^ls/iwsmesseS/ind it ����. green light for wore  comfortable ana* cw^nieninbimes.'. .for better living.  ComsliFtinitles>y with *n 66tc^\e suj3f$y of electricity  move .forward. Youi Ijye^h' sj}{ch a 'co*pumity.  Phone Seehelt 60  as ififis __ w  Elm 1  S  ���ly ��S.;JH|v:.yV/\%>-,-|3r.^iBylJ^^ln^^B'*' **'.  -..-^tfi.^-*.'i.X*\.X~ri]I-r..->y.-r���'.:'.  *���:&��&''���������.-��� -���yi;:x -^m^m Thursday,  July 23,   1953 The Coast News
reveals whisky s
true flavour
Put Seagram's "83" to the water testa
Water, plain or sparkling,.
reveals a whisky's true, natural flavour
and bouquet.
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■0j. Seagrams w^ Sure
I believe that we must not overlook the fact that the main tourists to whom we must cater are
the Vancouverites, who we might
•encourage to visit us almost the
year around, if we can offer them
the right attractions, and while I
am on this subject it might be
well to consider how far short
we are at the present time in this
direction, and how many of them
return to their destinations far
sooner than they had hoped to
do. To elaborate on this particular question at the moment could
fill a page of your journal and
then possibly accomplish nothing
but agitation.
For many years we have been
cryiiig for suitable roads and now
that we have a first class paved
highway under construction and
rapidly approaching completion,
visitors, coming up here on every
ferry—seven trips every 24 hours
—and nothing to entertain them
when they get here. Could we but
This advertisement fs not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
Gain 5 to 10 lbs. Hound out bpny.lunbs. Fill up
ugly hollows. Get lovely curvw. Ostrex, Tonic
Invigorates body skinny or weak due, to lack of
Iron. Improves appetite and digestion so food
builds more flesh. Don't fear getting too fat..
Stop taking when you gain the 5 to 10 lbs. you
need for an attractive figure. Introductory size
only 60*. Try Ostrex Tonic Tablets for lovely
body, new pepland vitality, today. At all druggistt.
encourage them to remain a few
more days, aijbther week or even
an extra day the majority* of them
would look forward to another
visit at some near future time.
To acquire this kind of development takes capital and plenty
of it and it is nonsense to helieve
that it is not available, hut capi?
tal has a peculiar need of being
enticed to a . source of. activity
and rarely seeks employment. In
recent years a volume of capital
flowed into Harrison Hotsprings,
it is true that it emanated from
the Brewery interests, but What
has Harrison got that we have
not here? other than the water
from the Springs. The product
of the Brewers consists mostly of
water but- they find that they
have to add something pungent
to make it marketable and I am
certain that it is not derived from
the Springs.
In conclusion I would like to
congratulate you on your editorial
the Pender Harbor Aquatic Club,
the new Rod and Gun Club at
Sechelt. and the few organizations
who are striving to create business by way of attractions and,
of course, our transportation
system—the Black Ball Ferries
/Ltd.—who are doing so much at
this time to place us on the map
and with whom we should all
lend  a   strong  endeavour  to   co
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Today's tratietter, bffire seitting
out, usually visitsMsba^ will he. t'
yy '....._. ,,..'„ A. .■'.'-'":<rJ\"i';-- '.-x■' • .   --•:':;
tuning travellers cheques or arranging
a letter of credit. He may want letters
of introduction, or'information about
foreign exchange. When you travel
for business or pleasure, your local
bank can help smooth the war.
Yours truly,
H. W. Aggett.
Gibsons, B.C.
Editor Coast News,
Gibsons, B.C.
The following news item was
taken from the CCF News of Van-,
couver, dated June 24th and definitely shows who is,, at least,
doing some of the fighting on
behalf of World War One veterans. Since 1920 we have been
fighting for better deals from the
Governments in power, yet when
it comes time to vote, what do
we do, why, put back into office
the very same people we have to
fight with, this just does not
make sense.
Winnipeg (CPA)—The work of
Stanley Knowles CCCF Winnipeg
North Centre) and Alistair Stewart (CCF Winnipeg North) in
Ithe house of commons, on behalf
of veterans, received striking recognition recently when the twd
MP's were made honorary members of the Canadian Legion.
The presentation of membership cards and Legion pins was
made at a dinner in the Roya_
Alexander Hotel, Winnipeg, on
June 12th. Present at the dinner'
of the Imperial Division, were
officers of the Manitoba and
Northwest Ontario Command.
In making the presentation,
the vice-chairman of the. command
said the awards had been made
in recognition of the services to
veterans rendered by the MP's
arid their fight in parliament on
behalf of veterans.  (Unquote).
'■"■ Thank you, >    -
Fred C: Saunders.
The GardeRers
On Tuesday this,week, the Garden Club visited the grounds of
Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson's home
"Sunriybank". Summer1 blossoms
in profusion abounded and the
Yucca shrubs in bloom attracted
much  admiration.
The fruit trees were not overlooked, these all giving promise
of a bountiful harvest. The next
meeting is arranged for July 28th
iii the Anglican Church- Hall at
7:30 p.m. when a Gladiola Show
will be open to the public.
Any grower of these beautiful
flowers is invited to add to the
Tea was served by our hostess,
assisted by several of the members.
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Use The Coast News Classified Ma*TF*'?f���"flffflrTH*f'Tnri"ni_ff^^  The Coast News    Thursday, July 23,  1953  Union  GENERAL   STO  SECHELT, B.  C.  .oberts Creek  '.ound-up  MEATS: Saturday Only  SWIFT'S Premium, smoked picnic  Hams, Hock off    lb 46��  ROUND STEAK, Choice "A"- ��� ���  lb 05^  GROCERIES:  KRAFT "Parkay" Margarine, per lb    39<p  "Purity" White Cake Mix pkt:       26c  Kraft Dinner: 2 for  ...., .-....-   29^>  DHYGOODS  Ladies' slacks "Faded Blue" Denim  Lingerie; Rayon, Nylon & Nylon Trim.  HARDWARE:  Steam ��� Electric Iron   See this Iron of many uses!  $19.99  by Madge Newman  Despite   the  presence   of  busy  droves of no-seeums, many summer   folk   and   residents   turned  out to see the outdoor movies at  the School on Friday. Those who  came afoot were laden with camp,  stools   or  blankets  or  both,   and  draped themselves comfortably on  the    ground    before    the    silver  screen. Those in cars viewed the  pictures  even   more  comfortably.  Over all hung the pungent aroma  of    Citronella,    Six-Twelve     and  other    smelly    insect    repellents.  Over the loud speaker the voice  of   genial   Bert   Scott,   to   whom  goes the credit of obtaining these  Friday   night   films,   assured   the  audience   that   the   fury   of   the  little flies will be abated by next  Friday. He didn't say how or why,  but we'll go and find out. if he is  right.   He   also   announced   that  one of the short films for the 24th  will show the newest methods in  use in resuscitation, a good thing  for seaside dwellers to know.  Teen Towners are anxious t��>  get all the youngsters in the community, not excluding visitors, in-  DC35  ROOFING GUMS & COATINGS  Of All Types  Re-Coat Your Roof NOW  While It's. Dry  Gibsons  lies Ltd.  PHONE 53 GIBSONS  t   We Carry The Stock  Tidewater Shipping Co.  Tidewatex   Terminal,   ft   Garde ro  St. Vancouver 5. Tatlow  21 41  Sechelt   Peninsula   and   Buccaneer   Bay  >  Schedule   1   -  Effective   July 'lst,   1953  Northbound  Lv. Vancouver  Ar. Sechelt  Ar. Halfmoon Bay  Ar. Buccaneer Bay  Ar.   Vaucroft  Ar. Pender Harbour  Ar.   Egmont  Mon. Thurs.  12 noon    10:30 a.m.  3:10 p.m.     1:40 p.m.  4:00 p.m.  5:25  p.m.  2:30 p.m.  3:5,0 p.m.  Fri.  6:00 p,m.  8:20 p.m.  9:15 p.m.  9:45 p.m.  10:00 p.m.  11:00 p.m.  Sat.  9:30 a.m.  12.40 p.m.  1:30 p.m.  -   -' & to.  Sun.  9:00 a.m.  11:20 a.m.  12:15 p.m.  12:45 p.an.  1:00 p.m.  2:00 p.m,  3:20 p.m.  terQsted in the costume parade  they are sponsoring at the Park  on Sports Day, August 1st. If you  are fond of dressing up, Kids, or  good at decorating your bikes,  soap box, automobiles or what  have you, don't forget there are  dandy prizes. The Queen will be  crowned at 1:00  o'clock.  Mrs. M. Coles has been substituting at Stratford Camp for  her daughter, Barbara, who spent  a week with the Girl Guides.  The sympathy of-all the district  is extended to Charlie Bourn, '  whose wife, Betty, died July 17.  after a long illness. Mrs. Bourn  had been active in many communr  ity interests before her illnesv  and was a member of the PTA  and a charter member : of the  Eastern Star;' .     ;  Southbound  L,v. ^Egmont  Lv. Pender Harbour  Lv. Vaucroft  Lv. Bucaneer Bay  Lv. Halfmoon Bay  Lv. Sechelt  Ar.' Vancouver  Tues.  10:30  a.m.  12 noon.  Fri.  9:35  a.m.   *  11:05 a.m.  12:40 p.m.     11:55 a.m.  1:00  p.m.    3:00 p.m.  . Sun."  3:40 p.m,  5:00 p.m.  6:00 p.m.  6:15 p.m.  6:45 pm.  7:40 p.m.  10:00 p.m.  NOTE:   Calls  Hidden   Bay   andiWestmere as required.  FREIGHT  All Times Daylight Saving  ' ��� :���_'  Tidewater   Shipping   qffers   complete  Freight  Service  to   the Sechelt Peninsula on scheduled.  Runs.   Any  Commodity   handled. Lifts to 10 tons. Refrigeration.  Tidewater Shipping Company  On   your   HOLIDAY   Trip  To Vancouver  Be  Sure To Enjoy A  FREE   DEMONSTRATION  Ride In The New  HUDSON   JET  High Trade - Special Terms  .'    Ci_rlis*f��l0tGrs  1105   Granville, Street  Phone MArine 3264  I  UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP  Thursday,  July  30th  MEAT  MARKET  Formerly Bert's Meat Market ��DnosFte Post Office  /  %  T. CHRISTENSON  Formerly SVieat Manager Far Safewavs  'THE BEST OF MEATS FOR THE LOWEST PRICES!'  *��� . ��� ���       .  ��� - ��� t  Cleanliness Is A Must  SHOP WILL BE CLOSED JULY 27 to 29th For CHANGES  Gower  Gleanings  by Gypsy Towers  Mary Dykes accompanying her  Dad   from   Vancouver   after   his  session  with  the  doctor ��� with  , strict orders to take things easy  for a while." A busy week-end for  Mrs. Dykes and Mary cleaning up  the red currant crop.  ���  Jeannie   Blackburn   frusy   jam  ' making at Grandma Bow's.  Dr. and Mrs. Allan Duncan of  Vancouver enjoying a few days at  the Siddell cottage.  Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hodson  .. and family- getting a few licks in  at the Hodson Cottage before the  arrival for the summer of Phyllis  Hodson and her cousin, Catherine  who expects to have two weeks of  perfect sunshine for her vacation.  ' The Kirtz Cottage looking very  fresh in its new yellow and white  paint job. Mrs. Kirtz Mother, Mrs.  Custance looking forward to a  few weeks rest at the Siddell cottage, next door to Breezy Bank.  Mrs. J. R. Douglas and daughter Helen basking in the balmy  air of Gower, initiating their nice  new car to the Gower dust bowl!  Visiting with Mrs. Steele and  daughter Tibby, were Mr. and  Mrs. John Stuart and Glenda,  from West Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Percy Farns-  worth and the latter-'s brother  and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Starr  Spurr from Notikewan, Alberta  and their three children getting-  acquainted with the beauties of  the Point,  The Carmichael family occupying Brobkside. The Will Gray's  son Neal and his family holidaying at the Gray Cottage.  And so to the event of the  week���the highly successful and  enjoyable Garden Party at the  home of Mrs. Harry Chaster.  First a bouquet tp the charming  hostess and to all her willing  workers: Mrs. Oswald who so  graciously and sincerely welcomed the visitors���Mrs. Johnny  Thorn at the home cooking stall  ���Mrs. A. B. B. Hill in charge of  the fancy work���Mrs. Betty Allen  and Mrs. Kay Fisher jointly doing a thriving business in "fruits  and vegetables���Mrs. F. W. Dawson holding forth at the Touch  and Take���Len Allen promoting  the bean pushers���Mrs. George ���  Crowhurst attending to the tea���-  Mrs. Mitch King seeing to the tea  tables, last but not least Grandma  Chaster, capably taking in the  tickets at the gate.    .  A lot of credit is due to the  few who gave pleasure to so  many, plus the co-operation and  attendance of the members of  other  churches.    \ -A      \ PERMANENTS  All Types  Given  YOUR HAIR CUT and STYLEP  TO SUIT YOUR PERSONALITY  %felite's Beauty Sa!��o"  Phone 92 H,  Gibsons,    (Sechelt Highway)  Sechelt  Thursday,  July 23,   1953  The Coast News  Campaign Workers  In past elections, many people who are not members of any political 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. Sowden, 732 East 8th  Street, North Vancouver.  All contributions will be acknowledged by receipt.  By ARIES  Mr. Eddie Hancock is at Bowen  Island for a few days���change  of offices only, from Union Estates here to Union Estates there  ���also a change of beaches.  Mr. and Mrs. Art Redman and  son Barry and Mrs. Frost are at  their summer camp for two weeks,  from Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Ron Redman and  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  ��� TAtlow 1954 ���  VANCOUVER 1, B.O.  son Don are.spending a few days  on the E. E. Redman estate, here  from Port Alberni.  Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Jones with  Wendy and Shelly are spending  a vacation with Mrs. Mabel Mc-  Farlane,  from Seattle.  Mr. Silverton, the Social Credit  candidate for Coast-Capilano was  through the district this week,  with Mr. L. R. Peterson, a lawyer  from Vancouver. Mr. Silverton  was a logging operator here some  years ago, and was calling on old  friends.  Mr. J. M. Wardell here on t*  visit from Ottawa, guest of his  sister, Mrs. A.  Jones.  Happy Birthday to Mr. John  Toynbee. Paying the Toynbees a  visit  over  the  weekend  was  Mr.  J4  "I'LL MEET YOU AT THE CASTLE  IN TH�� HEART OF THE CITY."  Hotel Castle  VANCOUVER, B.C.  AL. BLACK, Manager  750 Granville Street  MArine 8531  Arnold Toynbee of Vancouver, also Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buss, and  Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard of  Egmont.  Spending a few days with Mr.  and Mrs. Chas. Ralston is Mrs.  Alice Hay of San Francisco. Also  having a short visit with the Ral-  stons are Mrs. Donald Smith with  Clair and Joy, from Queen Charlotte Island, and Mr. C. Jellett of  Gower Point. Was interesting ttr  hear that Mr. Jellett had previously come over from Nanaimo  in a twelve foot,boat all the way  across to^echelt, and enjoyed  every minute of the trip.  Mr.   Alaistar Frazer is  in   the v  district preparing for Hon. James  Sinclair's   forthcoming   campaign  ���Tells   us   the   Sechelt   meeting  will be August 3rd.  Mrs. August Crucil is away on  vacation, spending a few weeks  at Banff.  For   Best  Results  Use The Coast News Classified  The Liberals say  they can't cut  V'  We villi budget for Government's legitimate needs .  we will stop budgeting for bloated surpluses which���  in three years���took from the people's  pockets the  staggering   sum   of $1,618,000,000  more than  the  Government needed*  We will end the shocking conditions in our Defence  Department which the Government's own investigator,  (Col. G. S. Currie) described as: "A general breakdown  in the system of ��� administration, supervision and  accounting ... Accounting records in a chaotic condition and of little use in determining the nature and  extent of irregularities... Waste and inefficiency far  more costly in loss than that covered by actual  dishonesty".  We will,without impairing the efficiency of our  Armed Forces, correct the appalling inefficiencies in  the administration of the Department of National  Defence.  We will provide the nation with an administration  whose attitude towards the spending of public monies  will be one of prudence and common sense. A new  rc��.Government in itself will mean substantial savings to  the taxpayer���it will replace a Government whose  arrogant indifference to economy was best expressed  by Mr. Howe's scornful remark, "What's a Million?". Or,  "If they need a gold-plated piano it is our duty to  buy it".  We will reduce or eliminate countless hidden, indirect taxes which  grossly inflate the cost of consumer goods, add to the grievous cost of  living, increase the price Of homes beyond the capacity of most of our  people to pay, discourage saving and initiative.  We will reduce federal faxes by at least  $500,000,000 a year ... without reducing any  pensions, family allowances, or other social  security payments. ,  500,000,000  TAX CUT  NOW! 6  The Coast News    Thursday,  July 23,   1953  Use The Coast News Classified  For Your  Cook Stove or Furnace  See your  Reg. Godfrey,  laS Oil age_if,  Phone Grantham 56  _assaEKnssasExunasuse-bcb  ggaca__sx3c  ���-wiM-nBHWwgng  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  PENINSULA  ACCOUNTING    . SERVICE  AH Types  of Accounting  Problems  Expertly Attended  INCOME TAX A SPECIALTY  Dockside   Service   to   Fishermen.  G.O.   FAHRNI  Gambier  Harbour  APPLIANCES  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS    .  Agents for  RCA  Victor  Records  Columbia  Records  Frigidaire   Ranges and  Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  BLASTING  u  BLASTING  BOCK, HARD-PAN,  STUMPS,  etc.  Also   Road   Worfe  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 ���  HIbsons 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.  1 We are agents for Large  Vancouver florists.  Fast service for weddings  and funerals.  JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O. Box 28.  For the Finest  FUNERAL   FLOWERS  call  W.  Graham,  Gibsons, 60-  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  i  .       I. .       ���    . . ���        ��� ���- ���  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  RADIO  RICHTER'S   RADIO  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 25J  RADIO - APPLIANCE SERVICE  Speedy    Guaranteed    Work  New and  Used Radios  SECHELT~CARTAGE ~       "  M.   HEMSTREET  Sawdust ��� Wood ��� Coal  We haul anything, anywhere,  anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  SECOND HAND STORE  Hardware ��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household Equipment  Magazine ��� Books  WE BUY ��� TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  HAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  USED FURNITURE  Washing Machines  Dressers ���- Chestexfields  Ranges, All Types  Beds ���- Tables  ���-   Choirs  We Will Buy, Sell or Trade  Have Your Oil Burners  ���    Serviced, Now  C & S BALES '& SERVICE  Phone 30 S Sechelt  In Magistrate  Johnston's  Court  In Magistrate Johnston's Court,  Mrs. Muriel Xohanson was  charged with driving while her  ability was impaired by alcohol.  She pleaded 'Not Guilty' and was  defended by H. A. D. Oliver, barrister from Vancouver. She was  found 'Guilty' and assessed fifty  dollars and costs.  Lachlan Boss Kennedy of Robert Creek was fined $10.00 and  costs for being intoxicated and  creating a disturbance at . the  Wharf at Irvin's Landing. He was  also interdicted.  George Hunter of Granthams  was charged with common assault. Was found guilty and entered into recognizance to keep  the peace for 30  days.  Mr. Wilson Johnson of Gower  Point \vas charged with creating  a disturbance, but was acquitted.  Mr. A. J. McCabe of Vancouver  appeared for,the Accused.  Earl Wilsden of Vancouver was  fined $2.00, and costs for illegal  parking in Gibsons.  Raymond Nickerson of Vancouver was found guilty at ��� an  X-Party hearing on a charge of  illegally having liquor in his possession. Fined $20.00 and costs,  or in default,  30  days.  In Magistrate Hambly's court,  Pender, Harry Johnson was  charged with assault and causing  grievous bodily harm. Was interdicted and sentenced to sixty days  in Oakalla.  Last Tuesday night, the skies  opened and let the contents fall  on most of the communities along  this coastal area. Rain fell so  heavily it could j not run off the  blacktop, but accumulated to an  appreciable depth.  Householders worried momentarily for their roofs. Raincoats  leaked, and shoes sloshed. Many  people report washouts along private' roads ^nd walkways.  No figure is immediately available for Gibsons, but Sechelt's  weatherman, Mr. Youngson, reports that his guage showed 1.25  inches of rain in 90 minutes.  Dr. Sandilands  Locum Tenens  During the absence of Dr. McColl from Sechelt on his holidays,  Dr. J. Sandilands, recently of the  Royal Navy, and newly from  Scotland, is acting for him.  FOR QUICK SALES  USE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  l��!ilj  Miss Virginia Puchalski, former teacher at the Sechelt Residential School has been staying  with Miss Isobel Angus for a  short time, prior to leaving for  Eastern Canada, to visit her relatives, and then will so on to join  the RCAF.  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.-  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Ontical Service?  CLOTHING? WE HAVE IT!  Phone 29 J  Sechelt  R_msv_--K--  LADIES  CASUALS.' ��� MOCCASSINS  'Baby DolP Ballerinas  In Pastel shades  ��i  Phone 56  Sechelt  ��*�����������"���~����w���~~���"^-"���'-���-- Jm-J  NOW ON DISPLAY  AT  Chuck s  Motors  THE NEW 1953  Plymouth   Sedan  WE ARE OPEN FOR DEALS  COME AROUND AND SEE  US  Chock'  Phone 54 W  Motors and Welding  Sechelt  CCF. CANDIDATE  With "Tony" GARGRAVE, M.L.A  i  % ���  Will Address A Meeting At  Madeira Parle Community Hall  Tues. July 28th  8.00 p.m.  9_MSB_a Halfmoon  REWARD for information leading to recovery of above black  'and    tan    Male    and    Female  liounds.  Contact J. Matthews, Roberts;  Creek, or R.C.M.P.  Date Pad  July 25 ��� Selma Park Sports  Day.  July 28'��� Gibsons Anglican  Church Hall 7:30 p.m regular  meeting of Gibsons Garden Club  and a Gladiola Show, everyone-  welcome. ...     '  Aug.  1 ��� '    v-  Garden Bay Garden Party at  St.. Mary's Hospital.  Aug. 8 ��� St. Mary's tea and  bazaar.  August 7 ��� Roberts Creek  United Church. Tea and Sale of  work,   at 2 p.m.  Aug. 8 ��� Roberts Creek VON  Dance.  August 14 and 15 ��� Gibsons  School Hall, Howe Sound Farmer's  Institute  annual fair.  Aug. 18 ��� Sechelt Legion  L.A. Tea and Bazaar, Sechelt  Legion hall, 2 p.m.  August 15 ��� Pender Harbour  Regatta.  Aug. 19 ��� Roberts Creek  Legion Hall 8 p.m. VON bazaar  sale home cooking,  tea.  Aug. 25 ��� Selma Park sports  day 3.00 p.m. evening bingo.  Crown and Anchor.  Aug. 29  bazaar.  St. Mary's Church  THIS   WEEK'S   SPECIAL- ���  "What   are   you   waiting   for   -'-  here   is   a   fine   building   lot  -j  close in - good view - cleared -  ���extra special buy at $450. cash.  FOR INSURANCE  OR REAL ESTATE SEE  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  Evenings  9SJ  Member Association of B.C.  . Real  Estate  Agents.  by Florence Cormack  The new owners of the Sutherland property in Hydaway Bay,  the Dr. Alfred aBtes of Illinois,  are enjoying their vacation in  that lovely spot.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Allen of West  Vancouver are holidaying at their  property in the Seacrest subdivision. Their hobbies are bulb-  raising and rock gardening and  they are already making quite a  showing on their place.  You've heard about the "big  one that got away". Well, this is  the story of the one that didn't.  Syd Hoare, one evening last week,  hooked into a big one off Bertha  Rock. With a light glass rod and  a number 4 "Tom Mack", he  played it for several hours and  finally- landed the twenty-five  pounder. His arm is still feeling  the effects of the struggle.  Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Leuchte  and Susie have returned to their  West'Vancouver home after vacationing at their Welcome Beach  cottage. Last weekend their son  Doug and wife sailed up to pay  them a visit.  Mr. and Mrs. L. Cormack and  son Brent of Vancouver, Ray Cormack of New Westminster, Mr.  and Mrs. A. Thompson and J.  Thompson, Burnaby were guests  of the Bob Cormacks of Welcome  Beach last weekend.  Travelling from Edmonton last  week to visit Mr. and Mrs. F. W.  Leuchte at their cottage at Welcome Beach were Dr. and Mrs. H.  Ruebsaat and family.  The choir boys of the church  of St. John the Divine, Central  Park, Burnaby, had a wonderful  time last weekend as guests at  the Graham Ladner summer  home at Welcome Beach.  The Cooper girls of . Redrooffs  are both having interesting holidays. Pat is' visiting n Calgary  with lier "aunts Mrs".' 'C. 'McNutt  and Miss Nettie Cooper. Marilyn  is off for a two-week, riding trip  with the "Trail Riders". She will  visit Windermere, Golden, Lake  Louise, Banff and other points  en route.  The J. M. McWilliams spent a  week's holiday at, their summer  camp at Welcome Beach. At the  weekend their giiests were their  daughter, Maureen and her fiancee, Ray Hellier and friends Mr.'  and Mrs.. N. McKay. A very lovely  diamond sparkled on Maureen's  left hand. Best wishes to you  ,both, Maureen and Ray.  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sharpe  left for Vancouver* last week, after holidaying at their new home,  "Maran.har" at Welcome Beach.  Son. Dave will remain for the  summer in  charge  of their boat  To  �� ��  The  Swing  SUN  YOUR PROGRESSIVE HARDWARE MERCHANT  //  Alt /'Number 1"  Appliances  Fridgidaire  -  Beatty  -  Sparton  To Give You The Maximum Service  We Carry Only The Best  As is proven by our sales  THE BEST HARDWARE STOCK  On the Peninsula  Come in and see for yourselves  Shop in cool comfort  -Phone your Hardware Number: Gibsons 32  FOR SERVICE  Sinclair Addresses  Local Meetings  continued from page 1  lished  for agricultural  and fish-  . eries products.  Fishermen may now obtain  more credit, and Insurance is  available to them at lower' rates.  Taxes have been reduced each  year since 1945, except for the  year in which the Korean War  broke out. Taxes are high, because incomes are high, and because one half of the revenue  must go to defence.  Of the remaining half, fifty  percent of that (one quarter of  the total) is for Social Security,  and the remainder for National  Service, Transport, Canada's Post  Office, and reduction of the National Debt.  It is the policy of the Liberal  Government to impose taxes in  times of greatest prosperity, to  reduce debts, to improve services,  and to generally 'put the house  in order'.  Confidencee in the present  Government is evident by the fact  that ninety percent of the savings  of Canadians are invested' in Canadian enterprise and that Foreign  Capital investment is high and is.  rapidly increasing.  His meeting and discussions with the British Chancellor  of the Exchequer on his latest  visit here resulted in the sale of  Canada's surplus of Canned Salmon to that nation.'  New Loans have been made  available to Canadian Fishermen.  Thursday, July 23,  1953  The Coast News  concession at Redrooffs, Mrs.  Sharpe will return later on and  Mr. Sharpe on weekends.  The Frank Lyons of Redrooffs  have some of their grandchildren  visiting with them.  The Redrooffs Resort owned by  the Jim Coopers is operating at  full capacity now. The dining  room is now open. Drop in and  enjoy a real home-cooked meal.  ervieses  ANGLICAN CHURCH  July   26th   1953  8th Sunday after Trinity  St.     Bartholomew's     Church  Gibsons  7:30 p.m. Even Song  St.   Hilda's   Church   ���   Sechelt  11:00 a.m. Holy Communion,;  St.   Aidan's   Church  Roberts Creek  2.00 p.m.  Evensong  St.   VINCENT'S   MISSIONS  St. Mary ���: Gibsons ��� 9:00 a.m.  Holy  Family ��� Sechelt  11:00 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   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.   Devotional  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  The Coast News Classified  "The Little Ad.  That Gets  Big Results"   :  RATES:  Minimum 35^, First 15 words.  Each extra word-2$.  (1 issue)  Add 10�� for.Coast News' Box No.  Rates decrease with additional insertions. Ad must be  in by 5:00 p. m. Tuesdays for current issue. '  *       Write, or Phone Gibsons 45 W.  FOR   SALE  Good Wood and Sawdust, Old  growth Fir and Millwood, Dry  Fir Fir Sawdust. Joe Rushton,  Roberts  Creek   Phone 24 V  2.  5 -ft  tfn.  Rough  and   Planed  Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7Z  K0LTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmopn Bay  . New seventeen ft. boat, with  6 to 8 h.p. Wisconsin motor,  clutch, forward- and backward.  Would trade for w,aterfront lot  in Gibsons or buyer pay cash.  Mr. M. Mantyla. c/o Mrs. Ed  Karit   Cannery  Road.   __   __29  Pick berries yourself. Strawberries lOcents. Raspberries and  Loganberries. 15cents. W. H.  Palmer.   67  R 29  26 foot Troller, powered by  Ch.p. Easthope. Equipped with.  4 new gurdies, spot light, compass, good anchor and live tank.  Ready to go. $500. cash. George  Haddock, Phone 9 S Madeira  Park. 29  Stamp collection*, British and  Foreign, both mint and used.  Chas. Wm. Oldershaw, R.R. 1  Gibsons, B. C. 30  Listen - sold 6 lots in Headlands   area   this   Week   -   $350  full   price.   $50   down   balance  $10 month. Best buy in Gibsons  better investigate. Totem Realty  One   saddle   horse,   also   two  ���bu]|l   c41ves,   one   five   months  one one week. Sell or trade. J.  Hewkin, R.R..  1 Gibsons.  Want a home close - leVel -  good view two lots - fruit trees  electric lights - flush toilet -  shower it's.nertainly worth looking into. $3500 terms.  Totem.   Realty,   Gibsons.  Household furniture, leaving,  district. Adrian Sicotte, R.R. 1  North Road,  Gibsons.  $1200.00 buys a 1951 Commer  1 and a half ton dump truck  with 2 yd. steel box, made by  Wood Mfg. Hydraulic Hoist; 4  speed transmissio; New 700 x  20 tires gone 3000 miles: Will  be painted any color desired,  for particulars write, phone or  wire (collect) Al Mee (24432)  Powell River exchange, or gen-  ���er$l   delivery,   Westview,   B.C.  Solid Iak dining set; Coleman  Oil Heater, nearly new and various other articles. M.W. Brown  Shangri La Cottage, Hopkins. 31  Washington Raspberries, picb  your. own. 10c lb. A* Nevins,  Pratt Rd.,   Gibsons 30  Lifeboat - 18' x 5' 6" beam.  In good condition, price $250.  Gordon S. Hopkins. Hopkins  Landing, B.C.  . Roberts Creek waterfront  100' -frontager really modern  home, good water, garden, in-  ludes Bendix Washing machine  bargain. $6300 terms $2300  down, balance as rent.  Totem Realty  SITUATIONS WANTED  Experienced older baby sitter  desires baby sitting,, appointments. Martha Barker c/o Gower Point Store. Phone Gibsons  8 J. 29  FOR SALE  Summer Special, Fir - $10.00  Cord. Alder - $9.00.  E. McCartney. Phone 67 H. tfn  Five acre home, garden and  fruit. Price $4000. Mrs. H. G.  Smith. Gibsons. 29  Boat, 12' 4" long. 4' 6'_ 3_  4' 6" Strip built 2 and a half  Wisconsin, all in first class order1  price $150. Wm. Glenn.  Corlett  Apts.,   Gibsons.       30  WANTED TO BUY  Rabbits, one buck, two does.  Jim Szabo, Roberts Creek B.C.  Two large size cribs and a  high chair. Mrs. H.J. Gibson��,  c/o Mrs. Forrest, Roberts Creek.  We resuire many sacks of Fir  Cones from the vicinity of  Gibsons. Parties interested in  picking cones in September and  October, should write to  Mannisg Seed. Co.; 839 Dexter  Horton Bldg., Seattle  4,  Wash.  30  FOR  RENT  Fully     modern     unfurnished  cottage,  $25.00 month.  T.   Christenson,  R.R.   1   Gibson.  In private home, 3 rooms and  bath room. City facilities. Lady  pensioner or couple preferred.  $17.50 per month. Mrs. M. 'O.  Paquette, R.R. 1, Gibsons.  LOST   ;  Left and right Hip Gum boots,  not mated, vicinity Half Moon.  Bay and Irvines s Landing. Also  one Pup tent along Sakinaw  Trail. Reward. Mrs, H, Worrall  Box 20  Coast News.  Bible - present from mother  3 917 - 18 to Emmabella Stark.  Taken from camp, return to  Coast News.  WORK   WANTED  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  INSURANCE  Fire - Auto - Liability. Prompt  courteous service  .  Totem   Realty,   Gibsons.  tfn  WATCH REPAIRS  Fast, -Accurate, -Guaranteed  Watch reparirs. Marine Men's  Wear, Gibsons. tftl  WATCH REPAIR - All types  of watches and jewelry repaired. Reliable, fast, efficient.  Union   General   Store,   Sechelt.  tfn.  CARD  OF THANKS  I wish to express my sincere  thanks and appreciation to my  m?ay friends for all their kindness during my wife's illneSSf  and   recent  bereavement.  Charlie Bourn,  Roberts Creek. TiTJinrirriir"^'*Tr]^jr"ynirr���111 11 ;���r  The   Coast News      Thursday, July 23,  1953  ianiii leaden  J_?o Reservations Required  ���    Via Deluxe MV. Kahloke  t__WE HORSESHOE BAY* IEAVE NANAIMOt  S.A M., !2 NOON, 4 P.M., 6 A. M., 10 A.M., 2P.M,  �� P. M., 12 MIDNIGHT 6 P. M., 10 P. M.  (DAYUGKT SAVING TIME)  VICTORIA-PORT ANGELES SERVICE:  4 TRifS DAILY VIA MV. CHINOOK  VANCOUVER CITY, B.C.Motor Trantportatton,  150 Dunimoir, Marirw 2421  HORSESHOE BAY. Ferry Termincl.  Whyfodiff 3581  r  Last Saturday, while docked at  Irvine?s Landing, the cruiser Puffin II, from Seattle, suffered a  freak accident.  A local resident, a lady, over  shopping at the Landing, with her  small daughter, had loaded her  small, boat, a fourteen footer with  an   inboard   motor.   Stowing  her  .   H. f*.  HYLTON  Veterinary   Surgeon  Now  in   residence  at  GRANTHAMS LDG.  Phone   Granthams   40  daughter   carefully,   she   started  the motor. ���  At that moment, someone  aboard the Puffin II called down:  to her "Be careful, Lady!" The  good woman, momentarily dis--  tracted, looked around. In that  instant, the tiny craft, travelling  a matter of a few feet, crashed  into the side of the cruiser. The  lady, was unable to reach to fend  her off.  Watchers from the shore and  from the deck of neighbouring  boats were astonished to hear  her shout "Oh, Look what I've  done to your yacht!" Sure enough  upon examination, the Puffin II  had a hole in her side, about ���  eighteen inches above the water  line.  She was manoeuvred around so  ���that the hole could be seen from  the wharf, and immediately  neighbouring seamen were on  hand with their tool kits, and  material was secured from Irvine's Landing to effect emergency repairs.  \+#-  F-800 "BIG JOB"���  a mighty giant of the  Ford Truck line  G. V. W. ratings to  23,000 Ibs.~-G.C.W.  ratings to 48,000 lbs.,  takes bodies from 7V_  to .19 feet . . . combines big power and  ��/�� strength with big  economy of operation.  For every kind of load; every kind of hauling job, you'll find  the one right truck in the greatest Ford Truck line of all  time . . . over 100 all-new models that are making trucking  history on every road in Canada! Drivers everywhere are  acclaiming the roominess, convenience and comfort, of  Driverized cabs . . .the mighty muscle-power of Ford's  famous V-8 engines ... the sweetest-ever handling ease that  Ford's advanced engineering has built into every truck,  from pickup to "big job" ... . the biggest choice of trans-  .missions Ford has ever offered in any year! Contact your  Ford Truck dealer . . . he has the truck to do your job more  efficiently and economically than it's ever been done'before!  CANADA'S MOST VERSATILE ALL-PURPOSE TRUCK LINE  WITH MORE ALL-NEW FEATURES THAN EVER BEFORE!  .' ALL-NEW CAB COMFORT with 19% more all-round visibility,  ; full S-foot wide seat with built-in shock snubbers, new  '. insulation and ventilation, comfort-positioned controls.  ; ALL-NEW HANDLING EASE with wider front tread, shorter  * wheelbase and set-back front axle to make turning circle  %_ up to 12 feet shorter for greater manoeuvrability, easier  ��� steering, more road-hugging stability.  SEE YOUR FORD TRUCK DEALE  ALL-NEW TRANSMISSION CHOICE���smooth-shifting Synchro-  Silent transmission on all models, completely, automatic  FordomatidJ Drive and Overdrive* available on all half-ton  models.       �� (*0ptiorialat extra cost)  ALL-NEW RANGE OF MODELS���S series . ...over 100 models  ... i 7 wheeibases... 4 great V-8 engines... 9 transmissions  ... 24 rear axles ... 16 brakes ... 43 wheel and tire sizes .. .  new light-duty units, new expresses, new "big jobs" . . .  new parcel delivery, new cab forwards, new bus chassis!  Loses Pioneer  The death was reported of Mrs.  Hannah Mowatt; of Secheltv in  Vancouver G-eneral Hospital on  July 7th.  Born in Elgin, Scotland, Mrs.  Mowatt had lived for many years  in Canada, and with her husband,  J. A. (Jimmy) Mowatt, had lived  in the Sechelt Area for. over  twenty years.  She was predeceased by her  husband two years ago, and is  survived by a nephew in Canada.  The rest of the family surviving  are in Scotland.  Funeral arrangements were  made for Friday, July 10th, the  Rev. H. U. Oswald officiating at  the service at St. Hilda's Anglican  Church at 1:00 p.m.  Bill Peiper Good  Samaritan  Last week, a traveller by small  boat landed at Irvine's Landing  from Egmont in rather sad con-  dition^uffering from an epileptic  seizure. Mr. Bill Peiper contacted  Mrs. Hartley, Matron at St. Mary's  and she, with another nurse went  to Irvine's Landing to meet the  patient.  Mr. Peiper then took patient  and staff back to St. Mary's by  boat, when the patient was admitted for treatmenet and care.  A^POBUC PICTURE  _��VUARD BONO   VICTOR MclAGlEN S  -   MILDRED NATWCK,-FRANCIS FORD  .wTHMSHicuiswy iauu caqh  ABBEY THEATtt PLAYERS   ���"������� * WnW iWIU  AMM *�� MU���� Ct00���� Mr-MMTMOOVCUM  >wi�� Mtm Cma>������ twrwrt i inn tn*4m  '  ii  .2  >. 3  Gibsons  Pender Harbour Sub Agent       Gerry Gordon  KB  nanano-ana-ra  tOQKlORTHE  SIGN^f y&LUE WttEKyfaUfc  SECHELT THEATRE  Thursdap July 30. 8:00 p.m.  Friday July 31. 7 & 9 p.m.  GIBSONS    THEATRE  Saturday Aug. 1st. 8  & 9 p.m.  Monday Aug.. 3rd at 8:00 p.m. The Peninsula Rod and Gun  Club met at the Selma Eark. Community Hall on Wednesday, July  15th, and elected further officers.  Jim Parker is Vice-president, and  he with W. Swain are a committee for the Salmon Derbies to be  held throughout the summer.  The1 SJkeet and Rifle Range is  in charge of Chick Moorehouse  and W. Parsons. There was some  discussion of a fish and game  ^dinner.  An organization such as the  Rod and Gun club can adyise  authorities of the blocking of  spawning creeks, which depletes  the salmon population.  Another Contest  Won By Peninsula  Resident  i  "Chick" Moorehouse, w e 11-  known driver and salesman for  Nelson's Laundry has found himself the winner of the Salesmen's  Contest in Winter Garment Storage Sales. Chick is delighted, and  admits to some surprise.  He has sold the .idea of proper  storage and protection to more  people in his territory than any  other salesman with the firm, and  he is more than thankful for the  assistance his* customers gave  him in taking advantage of the  service Nelsons provide.  �����������     ���     ��������������� II���_������������! ���-��� ll-ll������,       ��� ������!��������� |        ���-WW  Aged Relief Doctor  Gives Treatment On  lug  Dr. MacDonald, reecntly filling-  in at Pender Harbour until Dr.  Brand arrived on Tuesday last,  wag called out at night t��.help a-  ^!k_ifi>er*^ .JUjB;.-  off Pender. ���"' _ " '.'  ��� A message relayed throttgli  Vancouver via short-:wave ra<9|i6  reached Bill Donelly at Hassan's  Landing. Mr. Doaelly went to St.  Mary's by boat, and took Dr. MacDonald out to the tug. There, the  '..Doctor was unable to give sufficient emergency treatment for  the ailing captain that he could  continue, as he had requested, to  Vancouver with his tug.  Salutations to Dr. MacDonald,  now seventy-two years of age, on  the results of his 'marine* practice.  ���.'.Vats," ., ...  9&>  .A  *&  ���**cel_* **yt&*-  **&��  The candidate for the Liberal  party in the Coast-Capilano rldln^  is the present member, James  Sinclair.  He was born on May 26, Jt  Banff, Scotland, the son of James  George Sinclair and Betty Ross,  both Scottish, The family moved  to Canada when Jimmie -was istill  a boy. He completed his schooling, went on to the Universities  of British Columbia, Princeton  and Oxford. In 1928, he was  Rhodes Scholar. Mr. Sinclair __������  an engineer.  In Sept. 1939, he enlisted with  the RCAF, and served in the  Middle East with the Desert Air  Force. He was retired in 1945  with the rank of Squadron  Leader.  Mr. Sinclair was elected to the  House of Commons in 1940, again  in 1945, and again in June 1949.  He was appointed Parliamentary  Assistant to the Minister of Finance in 1949, Jan. 19th, and then  to the Ministry of Fisheries on  October 15th, 1952.  Mr. Sinclair travelled throughout nine different European countries on a mission for the Canadian Government, collecting war  debts, or other monies owing to  Canada. Also, he was in Geneva  in connection with the General  Agreement on Tarrifs and Trade.  In the latter service, he was assistant to the Right Honourable  C, D. Howe, Minister of Trade  and Commerce.  At present, Jimmie Sinclair  makes his home in "North Vancouver, 3230 Brookbridge Heights  with a business address at the  Dept. of Fisheries, 1110 W.  Georgia St., Vancouver. He is a  family man, and with his wife is  raising a group of five daughters.  Thursday, July 23,  1953        The Coast News  f&msmmmmm/Mu  '  NOW ��� ��� For The First Time You Can Buy  New 1953 Ford & Monarch  CARS AND TRUCKS  In Pender Harbour, At  Jerrys Repair Shop  parts���Welding & Repairs  ��� -y ��� t .  SUB-AGENT FOR FORD & MONARCH  Come to Pender Harbour Regatta, August 15  3*  Sfci.  ''><,  ->y , ~---*jii:; ���!-' '���: :'r;��-<  I-  si  H  LIBERAL  ���:t -  f  *  8302  ->T-ti8'adverti-_ment'iB publieBedby the-B.C.-PedpraJ-Liberal Campaign Commute��  ' ,;(^��__?_aE��ete��'tr^^'.;!.f'��>^'''��=r--  ��**-��. MW-tas-rtWw *;�������''* A-a*!--'.' 10  The Coast News       Thursday,  July 23,   1953  ma s s$mm  Reductions Up To 15 percent on all  , Summer Dresses ��� Skirts & Blouses  Navy Shorts, sizes- 6 ��� 18  ��� !       Some nice spuns in larger sizes to 42  Nylon Bobby socks & Sweaters 10 ��� 16  For Balance Of The Month .  Sechelt Highway Phone 107 R  George Parke  Sells Home  ����� ��  y TRANSPORTATION TENDERS  - Tenders are-invited for the transportation of pupils  ��  froni Andys Bay and New Brighton, Gambier Island  to Hopkins Landing or Granthams Landing and return, each school day during the 1953-54 term.  .j.  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 Bums,  Secretary-Treasurer,  :        School District,N6\ 46 (Sechelt),  Only $25.00 A Month  Brings You  PROFIT AND PLEASURE  With A  //  //  SERVEL  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 I cu. ft.  Frozen Food Compartment. 8 cu. ft. Refrigerating Space yet it takes  up only, 30 inches sq.  of floor space.  i  Noiseless ��� Efficient ��� Modern  !$489:50 Cash ��� or terms $75:00 down $25:00 month  See The 'Servel' In Operation At  Old time residents in the Bar-  gain  Harbour   area,   and   Pender  Selma   News  '" ' "'���"" "'  by "Brevitte��� "  Mrs. I. King, mother of Mrs.  Tom Walker, who has been here  for the last few months, has left  for Courtenay to be with her  daughter, Mrs. Rainbow.  Mrs. Lenk, whose husband is  on the "ATHABASCA" in Korean  Avaters, and her two boys, are  staying with her mother, Mrs.  George Batchelor.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sowerby and  family are on holiday at the Mor-  ley cottage. .  ley cottage. Mr. Sowerby, Sr.,  who did not come up with them,  is reported to be in good health  and spirits.  Miss Aileen O'Driscoll and her  mother have opened their summer  cottage for the season.  Miss Margaret Bruynell is holi->  daying with her grandparents,  Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Colson.  Master Jackie Schott is visiting  his aunt who lives in Merritt.  Mr. and Mrs.. Shepher and  family, also Mr; and- Mrs. S.  Clarke and family have opened  their beach cottages.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Yates and  ��� family spent a few days in a beach  cottage   out' past   West   Sechelt.  Must have been peaceful with no  telephone ringing.  Mr. and Mrs.-' G. Wigard have  been enjoying a contingent of  visitors, which has included Mrs.  R. G. Skelton, Chilliwack, Mr.  and Mrs. Eddie and daughter of  Vancouver, and Miss Myrtle Trotter of Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Buss  Emerson, formerly of Jordan River, have also visited the Wigards.  The Bini?rsbns how live at Gordon  River yneKr : Cpwichan Lake.  - Mrs. Frank ,Wilkin and her  two 'sons have left to visit her  parents in' Eberts, Ontario.  Mr. oyil Geer is home from  George. "Derby Home, Burnaby,  and isyfeeiing much better after  receiving treatment there.        >  The road construction crew  have been tarring a'portion of the  road on the Selma Park hill. Will  not be long now before they will  actually be doing the surfacing.  Visiting with the Duvals recently: have been Mr. and Mrs. M.  Debray and Mr, and Mrs. A. De-  bray from Millardville. This is *  their first visit to Selma Park,  and they have been delighted with ,:  the scen,evy and the place.  Mr. and Mrs. Cowan from Vancouver have been enjoying a stay  with the Harry Ladd family.  Mrs. Ellis Prendergast has her  mother, Mrs. B. Lowther, and her  sister, Mrs. C. Dale and four sons  visiting her. On Tuesday, July 21,  a birthday luncheon for fifteen  children was arranged for Richard Prendergast, age four, and  his cousin, David Dale, age seven.  Harbour, will be interested to  know that Mr. George Parker,  long-time resident "of Bargain  Harbour, has recently sold his  home property to an American  family who have been visiting in  the   locality.   They plan  to  build  themselves a summer piace wilix  their own private guest cottages.  : Mr. Parker, who is now over  seventy years of age, has been  given the opportunity of "continuing to live on his property as long,  as he cares to stay.  ��  Good tasting "stick-to-your ribs"  meals    are    easy    with    Canned  Salmon.    This    richly    delicious  snd  nutritious seafood combines  with   basic   foods   to   bring   the  price per serving surprisingly low.  Hot dishes, sandwiches, salads���  Canned   Salmon   can   be   served  many ways;  ASSOCIATED SALMON  CANNERS  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Come To The Fair!  Howe Sound Annual  FALL FAIR  y ���' IN    :  School & Adjacent Halls  GIBSONS, B.C.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th, 6:00 to .10.00 p.m.  Official Opening: 8:00p.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  25 cents  3 Door prizes  Admission^ to Dance  $1.00,  ..' per person  Programs and entry forms can be obtained from the  secretary Mrs. Le Feuvre, R, R. 1 Gibsons, and N.  Sargent. Please have Entries in secretary's hand not  later than August 11 th.  -  HEAR  C.C.F. Federal  With "Tony" GARGRAVE, ML A.  Gibsons Legion Hall  July 25th  8.00 p,m.  rinummB


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