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 ppoviaaial him  Victoria* B. C.  Eighth Year of Publication  Vol. 8 - No. 19.  Thursday May 13, 1954  Published in: Gibsons.   B.C.  Jane Sladey Tops  lent Night Finals  At the High School Auditorium  last Saturday night, Jean Sladey  of Pender Harbour, topped the  contestants of the Talent Nignt  Finals With an amazing total of  95 points, winning the Aggregate Cup for scorng the most  points1 as well as warming in her  owan class.  The show was well handled  by H.A. Roberts, and. was much  (enjoyed by everyone present.  Adjudicators for the evening  were Phyllis Dillworth and  N^^cy McCullough of Vancouver. Winners in the individual  competitions were: Vocal Solo,  10 and under, Penny Lee Davieg  of , Gibsionis, with 82 points.  Accordian Solo (open), Darlenie  Laycock of Sechelt, 83. Piano  Solo, 10 and under, Ann1 Lang  of Sechelt, 90. Piano solo, 11 to  14, Barbara Knowles of Gibsons  88. Elocution, under 10, Lindai  Goostrey of Gibons, 81. Piano  Duet (open), Barbara Knowles  and Dick Vernon of Gibsons ,84.  Vocal Solo, 11 to 14, Dorothy  Gregorson. of  Pender Harbour,  89. Piano Solo '(open) Joanna  Pdtchey of Gibsons, 89. Vocal  Bolo (open), Jean Sladey of  Pender Harbour,  95.  Choral Groups for Elementary  schools wias won by the choir  from Sechelt conducted by H.A.  Roberts, with 89 points.  While waiting for the results  from the adjudicators the audience were entertained by Reg  Hen ton, a very clever and entertaining Magician1, whose  tricks brought many gasps and  laughs from the audience.  Phyllis Dilworth spoke of  each contestant, giving criticism  where it was needed and praise  when it was needed and praise  when it was deserved. Nancy  McCullough presented diplomas  and cups to the d e 1 ig h. ted  winners.  ack  To Star  Powell River Run  Starting abdut the end of June  or the first of July, the Black  Ball! Ferry Company Will be  starting a ferry service connecting Powell River to Ithe Sechelt  ting Pdw��ll River to the Sechelf  Peninsula. The new s e r v i c o  operating from Madief.ra Park  to Saltry Bay will be of a temporary nature until opening of  the  Agememnon Bay Road.  The service, expcted to be  four trips daily, will be abotit  a two hour crossing, and will  tallow Powell River residents to  drive to Vancouver via the  Ferry, at Gibsons.  It is understood that the MV.  Quillayute will start the run at  Madeira Park and the MV.  Bainbridge will be on the run  from Gibsons to Horseshoe Bay.  Sec hell  inspector  for  Legion  Seek Increase  For War Veterans  Marda   Walker,,   daughter   of  Mr.    and   Mrs.   David   Walker."���  was chosera May Queen for the'  forthcoming  ye'ar.  Marda  is  11  years  old  and is   im grade  six  in school.   Her   attendants  will  be   Lauretta  Ladds   and   Judy  Grey. ..  Gun Club and  Pistol Club  to Amalgamate  At the last meeting of. the  Sechelt Peninsula Rod and Gun  Club,   it   was   announced   that  after one or two details are j ^l0ns 0f its own parliamentary  ironed out, plans have been j committee, and that the Legion  made to  amalgamate with  the'^ntends yo strongly urge that it  In a statement to tlie Coast  News, Bob Macnicol advises  that a further attempt will be  made/by the Canadian Legion  ,to have the Government agree  .to' improve the financial coi>  ditions of recipients of war  veterans allowances, this notwithstanding a statement made  by Prime Minister St. Laurent  in Ottawa recently "that the  government does not intend to  asd Parliament to increase war  veterans allowance at this  session of the House of  Commons".  British Columbia and Alberta  Provincial/  Gov'tsr "'have '���:;������ recognized  high  cost of  living  in  the West by increasing old age  assistance   at   65   payments   to  $55.00 monthly,  says Mr. Macnicol.   with   free   medical   and!  hospital attention  at' all times.  War veterans  allowance i~ $50  a month and $90 for a married  couple, with free medical attention and hospitalization, for the  veteran,  only,  and  not for the  wife or widow.  He said that the Ottawa Government   ignored   recommenda-  SHOW  DISCONTINUED  AT GARDEN BAY  People of Garden Bay will have  to   go   elsewhere   to   see   their i  scoss  Gibson  Reporting a,rh increase to 112 in membership,, and claiming  to have ithe largest enrolled membership of any organization in  B    W'Tl'a vlv I *kfe area, Gibsons and District Ratepayers Association  members  ' ��� in a meeting held in the United Church Hall on May 6th, thankedt  appointed    Sanitary     Inspector ; Membership Committee Chairman R. Lamont for. his efforts ia  for School Districts No. 46 and  48 and the Villages of Gibsons  and Squamish, will make his  headquarters and his home in  Gibsons.-  r ��� Mr:-Williams is appointed by  ,the Provincial Government, but  When .working in the village  will work under the local  Health Officer and the Village  Commission. ,  l, He is recently from Squamish  and Surrey, where he held  similar posts. Mr. Williams  comes well qualified for his job,  as he spent 18 years for the  British Government as a Sana-  ytaxy 'Inspector in Hong Kong,  lie was imprisoned during the  war years by the Japanese, and  when liberated went back to  his former job, later being-promoted to Senior Health  Inspector.  After a visit to Canada Mr.  'Williams' decided he would like  to live here and in 1951 took  up a permanent residence,  and  this connection".  Discussing road expenditures,  a lively interchange of remarks  ir.g that had taken place in .1953,.  took place between Commis- j and the amount of. work yet .to  sioner A.EL Ritchey and Mr. H. J ue done at the expense of the  Fparn, (.the subject under dis- \ taxpayers, he considered." that.  cussion    covering     road    work ! this vvas not the proper time to��  movies." Ittis reported that due. continued   with   his   work    as  ito the very . poor attendance,  Captain Kent wil not be able  to continJue his operations there.  LOCAL YOUTH  WINS SCHOLARSHIP  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of  Gibsons have been informed by'  Profesor Burke of U.B.C. that  their son Maldwyn h���s won the  Norwegian Travel Scholarship  for his outsanding work in  International Commerce at Uv  B.C. This will entitle him to  study advanloed work in  Norway from September 1954  >o. May 1955. ., ���'.���?-,>/������-.',-..... -,v.>-���  Sanitary Inspector. When asked  -exactly what his duties were he  replied, "Food, Milk, Water and  anything of importance to the  health of the people."  FIREMEN WIN  The Gibbsons Firemen downed  Selma Park by the score of 14  to 7 in an Exhibition game held  KINSMEN BUSY  CLEANING UP  PARK  The Gibsons Kinsmeni are  making an all out effort for the  May Day celebration by putting  !the,Kin_men Park in first class  condition;  ��� It is reported that the club-  iJh.ou.se..has been rewired and. that  the Kinsmen'are giving vit'a'new  coat of paint. The grounds are  also in good condition) insuring  a good surface'for the races and  other games on May Day.    .  Gibsons^ Pistol Club, The name  of the club after the amalgamation will be the "Sunshine Coast  Rod and Gun Club.,,  Th. club is purchasing fifteen  acres of the R. Nygren place for j  a site for the construction of a.  shooting range and the building ; Ind��;mn|ties of the members of  of a club house. They are also j^ Houge of Commons have  discussing    the    possibility    of j doubled,    and    Ministers  sponsoring a Peninsula wide j allo^ar,ces and salarie s in-  Salmon Derby        .       A    ' ! creased by thirty-three percent.  Plans are being made for a Canada can af��ord to be gen-  drive for new members and ug tQ itg veteranS) particu-  ttiey   are   investigating   a   plan ;���- ^^ in the gxtreme low  carry out the proposals of that  committee 'without further procrastination or delay.  Large sums of money is being  spent om defence. Contribution-  are being made to rehabilitation  of   people   in   other   countries.  Building Up Tomorrow's Citizens'  covering  surance.  members  with  in-  LOCAL WRITER WINS  RADIO    RECOGNITION  Of interest to local radio fens  will be the story to be heard  ever Canadiam Short Stories, on  CBR Friday May 14th at 10:15  p.m. Herbert Evans of Roberts  Creek, the author has had this  work accepted by the C.B.C.  Mr. Evans has had stories  published in magazines, but this  is his first success in radio.  income group.  As a member of the Legion's  National Legislative Committee  and Dominion, Council, Mr. Macnicol went to Ottawa on May  10th, to participate in deliberations covering the presentation  to be made to the Government  this month.  completed in the Headlands  District, which was taken into  Gi'bsons Village some time ago.  A debate took place between  Commissioner Ritchey and Robt.  Maicnicol, in connection 'With  the doubling of the Village  Commissioners indemnities, Mr.  Ritchey taking the affirmative,  and Mr. Macnicol the negative.  Im supporting the action, of  the Commission in raising their  indemnities thjfs ��� yefer, Mr.  Ritchey justified the action as  necessary in order to try and  reimburse the Commissioners,  in part, for the time they spent  on Commission activities. He  also stated that each member  of the Commission was out of  pocket to a considerable amount  because  of his  duties  as  Corn-  increase   village   commissioners.  ���Liiacmnvties.  A letter will be sent to ih&  Facific Stages Vancouver, -with.  a copy to Sechelt Motor Trans^-  o; nation Company, and also'<>to-  Motor Vehicles Branch, of .ih&  Public Utilities Comraissiom  (B.C.) asking the Pacific. Stages,.  as a goodwill service,, to^ arauge*  for their bus to meet the. Blade  Ball Ferry at Horseshoe.Bay, on  the trips not serviced by th;e  Sechelt Motor Transportation  Company.  Pedestrian paths or sidewalks  came under discussion,, as- the  result of an editorial in- the  Coast News. It was stated thafc  Marine Drive was becoming ��� a  most danigerous area to pedestrians,   because   of   the   lack   o��  onissioner,   and   that   the   raise (paths, and that speeding on the  was justified at this time.  Mr. Macnicol took the Commission to task for not discussing such matters at election  time and for increasing taxes  by 5 mills, and then taking back  20% of the increased taxes in  the form of increased indent  ndties. In view of the overspend-  Sechelt Road of Motor Vehicles  rus-hing to catch the ferry was  becoming a menace to. life ancE  limb. Improvement of roads to  suit motor traffic had aggravated the danger to pedestrians*  although it was admitted that  people who walked were vexjf  often careless themselves.  With parking space provided.  by the Village Commission* oca  Seaview Road, it was felt that  it' may be necessary to agaiii  curtail certain parking om  Marine Drive, by a further-  pmendni^nt. ,to.-.the Traffic:-byr  Jc'.w, no m&t'ter what the ibusi-  a ess mem thought about it, as  safety of the individual must,  be the first consideration.  It was decided to ask the*  Village Commission to look int<>  the matter, and the associations  will appoint three members to  a committee to investigate th&  problem.  MRS. HUMBER  PASSES SUDDENLY  CHANGE   MAIL   SCHEDULE  ON  MAY  FOURTEENTH  The  new   mail   schedule   ef  fective   the   fourteenth  will  see   the   mail   arriving  8:40 a.m.  and ready for distri  bution at 10:00 a.m.  Mrs Humber, aged fifty, passed  away  Monday  at her home   in  Cotton  Bay.  She  was   born  ini  , Essex England,   and was  noted  | for her china painting and gar- j  I derr.ng. Besides her husband she  of May! is  survived  b>r   her   motner   at  'at; Gambier, and a brother Norman  Jewett.  -, Funeral services will be held  in Gibsons in St. Bartholomew's  ���    The  mail  will   close  at   1:00 i  p.m.-for departure at 2:00 p.m. j Church on Thursday May 13th,  Owing to anc'ther mail survey -Q& 1L30 a.m.  May ninth to May fifteenth, the j     Graham Funeral Home   is in  mail   may   be   slightly   delayed  charge    of    arrangements,    and  during this period. Cremation will be in Vancouver  ROBERTS CREEK  BOY  INJURED  David Blake, son of Mrs. D.  Blake^. suffered an injury to his  ankle while broadjumpihg.1  He was brought in to Dr.  Inglis office by a truck belonging to Ed Shaw. Results of the  X-Rays were not known at the  time of writing.  Gibsons Firemen  Start Scrap Book  The Gibsons Fire Department  have started a scrap book of  their activities since tlie beginning of tlie organization. Besides  pictures, they are ini need of  clippings from old editions of  the Coast News, and they are- was solemnized on May 7th,  aslung that anyone having the wben Margaret Elizabeth (Zib),  following papers if they would only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  donate the required articles to,w-G- Gordon became the bride  the Firemen.. of William Ewart, second son of  Editions wanted are: Nov. 1st Mr- and Mrs. Norman Ewart. St  1951, March 29th 19551, March Mary's Church, Korrisdale, was  8th  1951,  Jan.   11th  1951,  Dec.   lhe setting for the candle light  service    conducted    by    Canon*  Dudley Kemp.  Given   in   marriage    by   her-  father, ;the bride was radiant in  Ewart - Gordon  Wsd in Vancouver  A   wedding   of   interest   hero  y      M^4 5  *  Mmmmm! It's good! Top photograph shows two of 50,000 Costa Rican  children currently receiving free daily rations of milk provided by  the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). Milk is almost nonexistent in the diets of many economically underdeveloped countries. The United Nations, through UNICEF, is providing free milk  for hundreds of thousands of children in many of these countries.  In other instances, UNICEF equipment and technical assistance from  the Food and Agriculture Organization, a specialized agency of the  United Nations, have helped governments to establish powdered  milk plants such as the one recently completed in San Fernando,  Chile (see bottom photograph). UNICEF has supplied 2S countries  in Europe, Asia and Latin America with equipment to process milk.  11th 1952, Nov. 27th 1952, Nov.  20th 1952, Aug. 14th 1952, Aug.  7th  19g2,  July  17th  1952,  July  10th 1952, June 2 th 1952, Feb.  7th and 15th 1952 and Jan. 24th   a gown of white lace over net*  1952. the lace medallion motif of the-  ���_ long sleeves being carried out in  the bouffant skirt. She was the-  12th   bride   to   wear   the   hand-,  made lace veil,  an heirloom in  tlie  D.varls  family.  She  carried  e    bouquet   of    red   roses    and.  stephano lis.  Matron   of   Honor   was   Mrs.  Pat Tara of Ladnor, gowned in  pale pink net with lace picture  hat in  matching  shade.  Bridesmaid   Ruth   Howey   of   Comox  wore a similar ensemble in blue..  Both    carried    pale    yellow  gladioli.   Supporting   the  groomt  was his brother, Alan Ewart.  At  the  reception,   which  fol-  at G.bsons at 2:30 p.m. Gibsons   iowed   lhe  ccrmony,   at   Peter  Merchants   play   Wilson   Creek  Pan> the toast to the bride was  at   Wilson   Creek   at   6:00   p.m. Prompted   by   her   Uncle,   Mr.  ai-wi    Selma    Park    play    Port Robert Cumming.  Mellon at Port Mellon at  6:00      For their honeymoon trip the  p.m. young couple are cruising along  On Tuesday May 18th, Port the coast.  Mellon play Gibsons Merchants Both young people are well  at Gibsons at 6:00 p,m. On May known at the Creek where they  19th, Firemen will play Wilson and there families have been  Creek at Wilson Creek at 6:00 summering for many years. Zib  jp.m. and Selma will play at is the niece of Mr. and Mrs-.  * Pender Harbour at 6:00 p.m.      Robert Cumming.  ail  To Open May 16th  The Mid Peninsula softball  league will get under way on  Sunday May 16th. The league  this year is well organized,  and have introduced a number  of new rules which should improve the calibre of ball played.  Below is a rundown cf the  games to be played next week,  Sunday , May 16th, Pender  Harbour play Gibsons Firemen ���i.ie  Lua.  Aew.*  ^c__  .ay iujy  l3, 1^io4  S.Mhwfi>_vji_l��UiJV _��e'_ rfJ�� M  �� '-  oast 2  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMUEI*   NUTTER,   Publisher  DO  WOKTMAN,  Editor  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  Atthorized  as  second  class  mail,   Post  Office Department,   Ottawa,  Bates of Subscription: 12 mos. ��2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, S2.50 per ytur.  Phone Gibsons 45W  Box 128 Gibsons British Columbia  it  ilonald  School and living  The students and staff of the Elphinstone Highschool  are already making plans for their Graduation Ceremonies.  Another group of young people will have completed the training and gained the knowledge that our Highschool has been  able to give them.  Many of these boys and girls will be going straight out  into ithe work-a-day world, and once again, we wonder "Are  they Ready"?  Those students who go on for further training, either  scholastic or technical, will have from.a few months to a few  years repreive. before they face the rigours of the world and  its work. They will have a little longer period in which their  decisions are mainly" made for them, in the matter of  "Mother, what'll I do Now?'' and in how they shall go about  doing it.  All of the students, however, have now to make up their  minds as to the direction in which they planning to go.  Teachers, parents and friends who act as guides and mentors,  or as interested advisers,, have a tremendous responsibility,  too.  The old and worn saying, "As the'twig is bent, so will the  tree incline" is just as applicable now as ever. All well-meaning persons who are offering the advice, parents who are  directing the aspirations, teachers who are counselling the  the graduates, should be extremely careful that they do so  wisely, and the path along which the student is directed is  one in which he is capable of following, mentally and physically, with pleasure and profit to himself and others.  New Traffic  The race is on ��� but it's one of the kind in which the  contestants don't see each other, and so can't measure .the  speed required from the progress of the others.  The work on Gower Point Road is well started, as far as  the tearing down to build up again goes. While this is in  hand, the temporary wharf is being started at Pender Harbour, to rush the start of traffic from Powell River, West-  view and other towns in that neighborhood.  The temporary slip will permit vehicles to come down  now, instead of waiting for.the completion of the Agamemnon  Bay Road and the permanent Ferry Wharf.  As the M.*L.A., Tony Gargrave, told us, there is a potential addition of 2500 cars to use the Highway. Not all at once,  thank goodness, but a ferry-load of them at once, and several  ferry-loads daily.  It would seem that we who have had the.road all to ourselves, but. foi* a handful of summer visitors, and week-enders,  will now have to share the road. We will have to sharpen our  driving practices more than a little, and keep diem that way.  Darting out of side roads will no longer be the comparatively  safe habit it was. Roads should be more clearly marked.  Above all, Gibsons traffic, both pedestrian and vehicular will  need regulation.  Until the Gower Road is completed, School traffic will  bear watching. After completion. Village traffic to 'the Post.  Office Corner and down to the wharf will be congested.  It is hoped that the traffic officer will be on hand, with  power enough to handle the problem.  ROAD SOLUTION?  Having acted in* an advisory  capacity to the government, and  being a protege of one of our  Cablet Ministers it ocurred to.  me that it is my civic duty to  advise the people of Sechelt  peninsula (without fee) how. to  improve the deplorable con^  dition of their roads.  Secheit Peninsula as you well  know is connected to the mainland by a very narrow neck of  Land and here is the crux or  focal point of my solution.  First we must run a pipeline  to Victoria to tap the large  volume of gas and hot air emanating from the legislature.  Then, some Saturday night  when the populace of Sechelt  is at Wakefieid and would not  notice the noise, we use the "hot  ;.iir�� to blast Sechelt Peninsula  free from the. mainland. We.  then have "L.S.J:" whip us up  u hyclddic Squamiisih wind  (Suamish to. you) which blows  us in the direction of Victoria.  The natives of this town think-  I jng this to be a revolt, gather in  large numbers  to   throh  stones  at  us   which  we   use   for   road  balast (having none of our own.)  They soon disperse but. are  followed by hordes of civil servants each armed with a red  handled pick and shovel, from  surplus forestry stocks.  This limitless supply of manpower soon whips our road into  shape.  The goverment then appeals  to the former liberal party who  they maintain have a pipeline  to the "Hot place" to pump up  enough    molten    surfacing  material.  Vve now find ourselves with  first class roads but marooned  near Victoria ��� We are no  longer  the   "Sunshine   Coast'-'.  Incidentally due to the miscalculation of a high tide Francis Peninsula, (an Island at high  tide) was left behind and the  Blackball Ferry now has a 20  mile run which would put those  residents in the happy position  of getting their nickle's worth.  Should anyone feel that my  solution does not merit investigation ��� please contact me  through this column.  LB. Clueless.  I  MILL SLABS NOW AVAILABLE ��� ��7.50 ��� LOAD  GOOD FIR SAWDUST, BUSH WOOD, ALSO  COAL  AND  BRIQUETTES  Phone Gibsons  II  50W - or Contact  Vancouver - Ijibsoos Freight Lines  Here's Mart K-enney, who is  celebrating this year the 20th  rinntiverssry cf his first cross-  Canada radio broadcast. The  popular Canadian band leader  attained the peak of his profession' by the barnstorming  lechrfique. combined with almost weekly network broadcasts. With his Western Gentlemen he has appeared personally  iat nearly every banstand in the  country, and by radio, in nearly  every home. He specializes in  popular music for listening as  well as dancing and never for-  ,'.-.ets tth'St "mean and dad" may  be listening while the youngsters are prancing around. Voca-  the band is Norma  Locke-,  now Mrs. Mart Kenn-ey.  !_1  You can obtain tlie .itlvaniagcs  of investment in over 100 widely  diversified, carefully selected securities. See your Investors  Syndicate representative for full  details.  !~f��). g? ??;*"J-fl?-'J  Write or Phone  NEV ASTLEY  District Manager  3780 Cambie St.,       FA  1931  L  Vancouver, B.C.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  ftiffif!  'y-Ji.-yy^'.:-^y  managld *ruo Dir,7��wnurro r>v |:  INVESTORS iYMDICATE OFC'sin* I IwiltD    f ���  SCORES LACK OF INTEREST  If you please, a small space  in your columns for a protest  against the Sechelt treatment of  the business agent for Mackenzie Riding, Mr. Tony Gargrave, M.L.A. He informs me  that he has a great many indignant etters about various things  in the district and then when he  is here for a meeting nobody  comes. He also says that should  he'make no attempt at meetings  then he is blamed for -ignoring  j us.  True, we are not exactly a  CCF stronghold, but this should  make no difference, as he is the  elected representative for the  district and as such is the proper  channel for any requests or suggestions that might benefit the  community. .  The "old nonsense of being ignored because Mr. Gargrave is  of the opposition is very much  out of date. B.C. is a whole, and  the communications and travel  facilities of today make political  boundaries stupid and1 useless.  It would have been more becoming if some of our noisy and  also ignorane citizens had attended ad heard our members  exposition of some of the contentious legislation that was passed  at the recent session.  BRINK  ^  ���^ *v y  ;       *to>~ any other &8Y <?M-  ;sgB8lim'S__!Il_��E6i8  "v/4  Distilled in Canada and distributed by The House of Seagram  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  /  s Time 3  TO TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT YOUR HOME  It pays ��� in hard cash ��� to give your home a careful  'once over" every year. And spring is the most convenient season  to make repairs ��� or to modernize.  Every bit of repair work neglected, every crack, every  flake of peeling paint means a loss in dollar value  ��� -   ��� a depreciation of one of  your most valuable assets.  ���// you need more cash than  you have on hand to make these  repairs and improvements,  see your Bof M manager, He'll be  glad to talk things over with you.  Bank, of Montreal  Gibsons Branch:  DOUGLAS  SMITH,. Manager  Sechelt  (Sub-Agency):1   Open   Tues.   &   Thurs.  WORKING    WITH    CANADIANS    IN    EVERY    WALK    OF    LIFE   SINCE"   1817  ass* wtm&mim^m  MBRffffflgiiB^^siKM^^  'TmHTTninwmTtimiMiimmttijmTm���^^  Thursday May 13, 1954 The  Coast News  0i  m  a  K  /  mm  s forever the  cause o  troubles  Cleans your carburetor and keeps it  clean to step up power, cut down  gas waste, and give you a smoother^  running, quieter engine that doesnti  die at stop signs  How detergent-action does a repair job  On your GUT. ..starting with the first tankful  Your car's carburetor, the "heart" of the engine, mixes air with  gasoline to make the engine run. Until now it has had one annoying  "heart trouble" no matter what car you drcfte or what gasoline you used.  Removes ��3d carburetor deposits.  stops new formations with the first tankful  Typical  carburetor  Dust and dirt in air  passing through carburetor  Ring of deposits  chokes off air supply  While your motor ran, a ring of  deposits built up in the opening  through which the air and gasoline  flowed. After a few thousand miles,  this ring gradually choked off the  air supply during idling. Your engine  began to die at stop lights and idled  roughly. ���  ��� >^5t  To cure this, we perfected a new  kind  of motor fuel  to guard  the  heart of your  engine���"detergent-  action"    gasoline���that   not   only  cleans out the carburetor while jTou  drive, but steps formation of new . removed'fay  deposits. As long as you use detergent-     Detergent-  action Chevron Gasolines you'll be      Chevron  safe from carburetor troubles except -  those due to mechanical causes.   ���  Bspoc  Vf  ��S  1 out of 3  caused by carburetor  . The only solution was to take your car to a repair shop and have the  | carburetor fixed. That's why carburetor troubles are the greatest  ^single reason for engine repairs.  Smoke and dust  /?.  Exhaust  i  Proved through millions of test miles  'Since last November, detergent-action Chevron Gasolines have been  in gas pumps in a number of Western cities. Through millions of test  miles, under the toughest driving conditions, they eliminated stalling  of warmed-up engines at stop signs, ended jerking and bucking in'  traffic, gave cars new pep and power, chalked up money-saving gas  mileage (one taxi fleet reported savings up to $1200 monthly). Best  of all, you get the gas-saving, trouble-ending, performance-boosting  extra advantages of detergent-action without paying a penny more.  Get a tankful today.  Detergent-Action Chevron Gasolines available only at  P  BLOWBY  a   , j5Sf_S_B8*��-  (Then Standard scientists discovered the real cause: Exhaust vapors  and crankcase fumes contain tiny bits of soot, gum and dust.  jThey're drawn in with the air your engine needs and stick in the  '^carburetor.  CHEVRON  STANDARD OIUPROOUCTS.  We fake better care of pnimt  At no increase in prices.  '^ZteMMStf^***  i^Patcjj) aop!J90.jB_U gggm--ry_;...-ja(jiJj:  S&s~~?<f*f"r   'The Coast News        Thursday May 13, 1954  ack Ball  nes  ipa  edules  S  A new summer ferry schedule  .^EScreasing service between Port  Jtegeles and Victoria, effective  JFrMay, May 14, was announced  today by Black Ball Line, which  slso posted its summer services  "Sygenating    -between    Horseshoe  . J5ay   at   West   Vancouver ' and  JESanaimo   and   between   Horse-  sixoe   Bay  and   Gibsons   in   the  Howe   Sound-Sechelt Peninsula  zr^gion.  Commencing May 14th and  c-eatinuing through September  ���3��th. four daily round trips will  .fee operated by Black Ball between Port Angeles on 'the  OJSTOpic Peninsula in Washin-  tsua. State and Victoria, B.C. The  iotir 90 minute trips will be  Miede every day, including Sundays and. holidays.  Departure times for the  jaodern ferry liner MV Chinook,  Hiram. Port Angeles will be 6:00  s.m.; 10:00 a.im.; 2:00 p.m, and  ti-MQ p.m. Departures of theh  SMnook .from Victoria for Port  .^i-geles will toe at 6:00 a.m.;  jRS^JO noon1; "4:00 p.m. and 7:45  2*__L All vdepartures are Pacific  Ssondard Time. |  3S_e Black Ball schedule be-,  *ween Victoria and the States  ;��B3r summer 1954, will connect,  as does .the year-round schedule,  art Port, Angeles with bus ser-  ~w��se  to and  from   Seattle   and  *g2cs?ai-s East and South. Connect-  i*jg bus service  at Victoria  ���sssves Nanaimo, Vancouver  3__!ax__l locations and through  service is offered from Victoria  $e> arid from Vancouver City.  Continuing its five daily round  trips between Nanaimo on Van-  ���$s_ver   Island    anid   Horsejhce  -Say _ait West Vancouver on the  K����P W  May 16th, 1954  4 Hi Sunday' after Easter  On Sunday, May 16th, the  Congregations of St. Bartholomew's, St. Aidan's and St.  Hilda's will unite in a Parochial Service' in St. Hilna's Hall,  Seehelt at 3:00 p.m. The speaker for tlie occasion will be  Major D. Durnlford, D.S:0:,  Military Chaplain1. A social hour  will follow the service.    \.  Sunday School:  St.   Bartholomew's   11:00   a.m.  St. Hida's 11:00 a.m.  St. Aidan's 11:0 a.m.  ote  Mr.  and Mrs.  Stcme'stid have  moved to Vancouver....  Mrs. Pete Hanson is away to  Mrs.   McKechie   has. left   to  Vancouver  Island  to   visit her  spend   the   summer   with   her daughter Louise,  daughter Mrs. C.  Whitaker. Amateur   bird  watchers   are  We -are sorry to lose two long piea9ed to see some birds around  time ��� residents of Secret Cove, filSLt have not beep ge^ here  Mr. and Mrs. Eric Williamson, foefore> and are having quite a  they  have  sold   their  home   to   time identifying them.  JUST PHOME  GIBSONS 45 W  Minimum Charge  50c for 15 words.  2c per extra word  by cash.  Billing charge added.  Deadline Tues. 5 p.m.  fAF��Tyt/����KmiEI00y.W����mL  9.C. 10MWK  MANUFACruR-IM' I****- "* CO-OPPMTlON   WITO *>��R UNION UNO W.C.?.        <S  (mainland, Black Ball will  operate on Daylight Saving  Time, now in effect in British  Columbia. Service on this route  is provided by the fast new MV  Kahloke, which leaves Nanaimo  every day at 6:00 a.m.; 10:00  a.m.; 2:00 p.m.; 6:00 p.m.; and  10:00 p.m.* The Kahloke leaves  Horseshoe Bay daily at 8:00  a.m.; l'2:00 noon; 4:00 p.m.; 8.00  p.m. and 12 midmight.  Black  Ball's  MV.  Bainbridge  leave Horseshoe Bay at West  Vancouver for Gibsons. Departure times are '7:20 a.m.;,  10:00 a.m.; 12:40 p.m.; 3:20 p.m.;  6:00 p.m.; 8:40 p.m. and 11:20  p.m., Daylight Saving Time.  Seven daily departures leave  Gibsons for Horseshoe Bay at  6:00 a.m.; 8:40 (a.m.; 11:20 a.m.;  2:00 p.m.; 4:40 p.m.; 7:20 p.m.  and 10:00 p.m., also , Daylight  Saving Time.  . Connecting   bus   service  oper  ates  betwtten   dlownitbwn  Van  St.   VINCENT'S . MISSIONS  St. Mary - Gibsons - 9:00 a.m.  Holy  Family -���  Sechelt  11:00 a.m.  Port   Mellon   ���   First   Sunday  each month  at 4:30 p.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. |     LOTS    OF    LOTS ��� Lovely  Public   Worship   ���   3:30   p.m.  building lots, no lulls to climb,  <*  FOR SALE  Bush wood, Fir and Alder.  Current prices. STAG FUELS,  phone 21.J, Gibsons. tfn  Port Mellon, Sunday  7:30 p.m.  BETHEL   CHURCH  Sechelt  Legion   Hall   road.  2:00 p.m. Sunday School  Gospel Service, 3:00 p.m.  will increase its service, for the j couver City and Horseshoe Bay,  .summer to tlie Howe Sound-; with through bus service^  Sechelt Peninsula route May | between Vancouver City and  14th, continuing through Sep-' Gibsons for Sechelt Peninsula  tember  26th.  Seven trips  daily Points.  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  9:45 a.m. Sunday School  1.1:00.  aim.   Devotional  7:30  p.m.  Evangelistic  Wednesday night  Prayer and Bible Study 8 p.m.  Friday night at 7 p.m.  Junior  Young People and 8 Senior  Wilson Creek  2 p.m. Sunday School  . Roberts Creek  Service  Mondav,  7:30   p.m.  F^anseli^tio Service  Tuesday 7:30 p.m.  near all services and stores, nice  view, easy to clear, residential  area, no commercial encroachments, near play ground, full  price only $350 on terms $35  down balance $10* a month ���  again, a better buy at TOTEM  REALTY.  JUST LOOK AT ' Tiff H  BARGAIN 0FF��RM  OFFER No. 1  8 MAGAZINES FROM  GROUP B  THIS   NEWSPAPER,   1   Year,   with  OFFER No. 2  1 MAGAZINE FROM  GROUP A  % MAGAZINES FROM  GROUP B  $4.75  OFFER No. 3  4 MAGAZINES FROM  GROUP B  $435  LEGAL  LAND ACT \  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land.  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver,  and  situate   in  the  vicinity of D.L. 4825, Group 1,  NW.D,, near Storm Bay Sechelt  [.Inlet,  B.C.     '  Take- notice   that   I,   Vernon  Arnold  Owre, of Sechelt,   B.C..  FOR SALE ��� 5 acres deep  black soil, spring creek, no  stones, about 300 cedar poles,  no buildings, electricity available, $1,000.00 on terrm. Also  5 acres good la.id, corner lot  $500.00 cash. Chas. P. Smith,  Gibsons. 19  KROMHOFF   HATCHERIES  Largest producer day old  turkeys - started turkeys all  ages. R.O.P. ��� sired day old  chicks. Started laying strain  pullets, Leghorns or New Hampshire. Kromhoff ,Hatchreies  R.R. No. 5- New, Westminster,  B.C.  FOR   SALE  Rough   and   Planed  Lumber  Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 Z  KOLTEBMAN  SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  Over  300   listings, along   tho  Sunshine   Coast,   lots   acreage,  homes,    waterfrontage,    farms,  Islands, Lodges. It will certainly  pay you to come in and let us  tell you (about these* and show'  you around, its a pleasure, and  you will find  its  ALWAYS  A  BETTER BUY at Totem Realty,  Gibsons.  Empire Range with Silent  Glow oil burners $55.00. Maytag Washer $45. A.E. Burgess,  Wilson Creek. 19  FOR SALE ��� Small modem  house, central location. Can be  seen by appointment Box 5, The  Coast News. " tfnt  Gravel, 15 cents yard in large  quantities, 20 cents yard in  small lots at pit.  Tom  Snodgrass,   Selma   Park  H.B. Gordon Agencies: Real  Estate, Car Insurance, Fire Insurance. Phone Sechelt 53 J.  Evenings and Holidays, HiB.  Gordon 81H. or T.E. Duffy,  31 W. ^ tfn  New Custom an Husky 4.5 H.P.  Air Cooled Motor. Still in crate.  15% discount from new price.'  Phone Pender 9H2. Frank Lee,  Madeira Park, Pender Harbour.  20  Phone   75R  Logging   Truck  for   sale.   In   very  Jackson    Bros.     Logging     Co.  occupation   Cutting   Forest;phone    20M    or    26X    Wilson  4  GROUP A  Mark an "X"  before magazine  desired and  enclose list with order.  ��� Redbook   Magazine  1 Yr.  ��� Coronet  1 Yr.  Q Magazine Digest  1 Yr.  ��� Sports Afield  1 Yr.  ��� Screen Stones ..'  1 Yr.  ��� Field  and  Stream    1 Yr.  ��� True   Story     1 Yr.  ��� McCail's Magazine  1 Yr.  | Q Hunting & Fishing In Canada   1 Yr.  ��� Senior Prom    1 Yr.  ��� Modern  Screen    1 Yr.  ��� Flower  Grower  1 Yr.  ��� American Girl   ,  1 Yr.  n U.S. Camera Magazine   1 Yr.  ��� Everybody's  Digest  1 Yr.  n Skyways       ;  1 Yr.  Q Parents'  Magazine   '.  1 Yr.  ��� Silver Screen    1 Yr.  GROUP B  Mark an "X" before magazines desired and  enclose list with order.  Q Maclean's (24 issues)    1 Yr.  ��� Canadian Home Journal  1 Yr.  ��� Chatelaine     1 Yr.  Q Family Herald & Weekly Star   1 Yr.  ��� National  Home Monthly   t Yr.  ��� Western   Producer    1 Yr.  n Country Guide   2 Yr.  ��� New Liberty  1 Yr.  ��� Free Press Weekly Prairie Farmer 1 Yr.  ��� Health  (6 issues)   '.. 1 Yr.  ��� Saskatchewan   Farmer 2 Yr.  ��� B.C. Farmer & Gardener   1 Yr.  ��� Western  Farm  Le-der   1 Yr.  ��� Canada   Poultryman    -  1 Yr.  Greens intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands:���  C.ommsncing      Iat      a      post  Creek.  '50  Chrysler Club Coupe,  ���  dark   green,    custom   equipped,  as new, one owner, reasonable.  planted on the mean high water., phone 15J wilson Creek-  oniark  approximately   13   chains!  '�����'*M  mm Witt  RIM BUMl  ��� Saturday  Night  (Weekly)   $4.60  ��� Maclean's (24 issues)   3.00  ��� National Home Monthly 2.55  ��� Canadian   Home Journal    2.75  ��� Chatelaine  2.75  ��� Family Herald & Weekly Star  2.55    _  ��� Free Press Weekly Prairie Farmer   2.55    ��� Modern Screen  THIS NEWSPAPER, 1. YEAR, AND  ANY MAGAZINE LISTED  BOTH FOR PRICE SHOWN  Mark an "X" before magazine desired and  enclose list with order.  ��� Cosmopolitan   Magazine   $4.60  ��� Woman's Home Companion   3.40  ��� Magazine   Digest   >.. 4.20  ��� Christian  Herald   4.10  ��� McCail's  Magazine   3.40  ��� True Story  2.95   2.95  ��� New   Liberty    2.55    __  ��� Country Guide (2 years)  2.55    ��� Parents'   Magazine  ��� Popular Science Monthly  3-60  ��� Paren"  ��� Etude  3.60  (Music) -  4.40  3.60  3.20  3.10  ��� Western  Producer   2.75    _  ��� Coronet  4.20    ��� American Girl  ��� Redbook  Magazine  3.60    ��� Senior  Prom   ��� Collier's Weekly  5.60    ��� Sports   Afield      ALL   MAGAZINES   FOR   1   YEAR   UNLESS   TERM    INDICATED  AIX OFFERS ARE  GUARANTEED  PLEASE ALLOW 4 to  8 WEEKS FOR FIRST  COPIES OF MAGAZINES   TO   ARRIVE!  Check magazines desired and enclose with coupon.  Gentlemen: I enclose $ Please send me the offer checked  with a year's subscription to your paper.  NAME    :   STREET OR R.R.  POST   OFFICE  S3*  due north   of  the' S.W.   corner  of D.L. 4285, Group  1, N.W,D:,  ���thence  southerly   38   chains   to  the  east  side   of   the   head   of  <Storm   Bay,   thence   10   chains  Westerly   across   the   head   of  Storm   Bay,' thence   45   chains  Northerly     Westerly     runn'ing!  parallel to the shore of Storm  Bay  to   the  South  Bast  corner  of D.L. 4445 Group  1. N.W.D.-,  ithence due East to a- point  of  zero tide, thence in a Southerly  Easterly   and   Northerly   direc- j  tion   following    tlie   zero    tide |  level    back    to    the   point   of,  commencement,   and   containing  10  acres more or less,  for the  purpose of Oyster Culture.  Vernon   Arnold   Owre.  Dated April  1st,   1954.  Soames Point ��� near beach -  good view, very comfortable  home, furnished. This has great  possibilities, must sell immediately, will consider 'any reasoni-  ablje offer. T|otem Realty at  Gibsons.  26 ,  __ : '    Want security, and 'a very fine1  and   Trailer well  built 4  bedroom home,  3  good   order ,pc bath, excellent water supply,  wired for electric range, 350 ft.  main    Sechelt    Highway,    FIFTEEN    ACRES    GOOD   LAND,  chicken   'and    brooder    houses,  fruit  trees,- excellent   commercial     potential     for     farm  produce, its a gift at only $7500  on    teirns.    Totem    Realty    ini  Gibsons.  tfn  4 excellent buys, in used Oil-  burning Ranges.  Excellent  condition. From  $35.00 to  $150.00  at    Parkers    Hardware,    phone  Sechelt 51. tfn.  Legals  LAND    ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land.  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver, B.C. and situate at  the head of Narrows Arm,  Sechelt Inlet, N.W.D.  Take notice that O & O Logging Co. Ltd., of Sechelt, B.C.,  occupation Loggers, intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  8 chains North of the Northwest  c o,r n e r of . Indian Reserve  Number 6, thence along the  shore of Narrows Arm in a  Northerly and Easterly direction  1900 feet; thence West, 2 chains  (132'); thence South 30 degrees  West, 20 chains; thence South  '20 -degrees -West, . 6 .chains;  thence East, 2 chains to the  point of commencement, and  containing ten acres more or  less, for the purpose of booming  logs.  O & O Lodging Co. Ltd.,  Per, M.W. Gormely,  Agent.  Dated April 8th,  1954.  SECHELT HIGHWAY ��� 5  acres, cute little home, 3 pc  bath, electric lights garage,  wood shed, chicken house,,  lovely garden, pretty flowers,  fruit trees, all for only $5000  on terms. Totem Realty at  Gibsons.  LOST  . Black and white terrier type  dog. Answers to Lucky. Reward  W.A.  Nicholson  R,R.I, Gibsons,  SWAP ~ "  1 wood lathe, never been used^  would like to  trade for power  lawn   mower   or   whait   offers.  Mike   Jackson,   Phone   Sechelt  21X 21  WANTED TO RENT IN JULY  OR AUGUST ��� Waterfront  house, . between* Gower. Point  and Robe-ts Creek, for four  weeks. Must have at least two  bedrooms, electricityJ full plumbing. Furnishings must include  refrigerator. John Coleridgs  Realty,  Gibsons.  FOR RENT  Unfurnished 4 room house,  all conveniences, on beach, full  basement. Apply Box 131,  Gibsons. 21  '37 Hudson Coach ��� cheap  for cash. Vic Metcalfe, Totem  Realty. 20  Good building lots ��� with  potential view, in "Highlands"  Sub-Division. Near Churches,  School and stores. $350.00 each,  with $35.00 down and $10.00 a  month. JOHN COLERIDGE  REALTY,   Gibsons.  Roberts Creek ��� Elphinstone  Bay area - best log cabin' you  ever saw, beautifully finished  inside, lovely living room, two  large bedrooms with closets, 3  pc bath, electric lights. Duroid  roof, over acre land, nice view,  its a real bargain at $5,000.00.  Name your terms. Totem Realty  at Gibsons.  WANTED  Room and Board for one adult,  male, six ���months at least. Non-  smoker or drinker. Box 78,  Gibsons.  HELP  WANTED  One short order. cook, two  waitresses, full or part time.  Cantjaet Mirs. I Fisher. Mariner  Cafe, Gibsons.  INSURANCE  Fire - Auto - Liability. Prompt  courteous service  .  Totem   Realty,   Gibsons.  tfa  WATCH REPAI&S  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  PERSONAL  NOTICE ���  Cash  Sales Coupons discontinued   by .us  as   of:   April  1st.  Outstanding  coupons. WORK   WANTED  will be honored until May 3oth, j     Spray and Brush Painting; al-  1954.    Knowles    Service    Hard- so   paper   hanging.   J.   Melhii?  ware, Gibsons. I Phone Gibsons 23 tfn i
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Because They Can't Get
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Black Cod
So don't run the risk of
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Phone Halfmoon Bay 9 3
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WINDOW SCREENS
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Screens By The Yard
in
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Phone 53 Gibsons
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Thursday May 13, 1954
The Coast News
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FUEL
GET YOUR WINTERS SUPPLY AT SUMMER PRICES
Fir and Alder Bushwood in Good Supply At all Times:
Phone Gibsons 50 W or Contact
SLAB WOOD * In Gib£°ns $6*50 per Unit
U  Beyond Gibsons S8.50 per Unit
* In Gibsons $7.50 per Cord
* Beyond Gibsons $.9.50 per Cord
laneoiwer-Gibsons Freifht Lines
At Inglis Warehouse
Salvation  Army   Lass  iand   the   Cockney   Bill   Walker   in  this    Kan ._n, Barbara Shvvenk, Peter
poor  folk  she   has   befriended  scene from G.B. Shaw's "Major
are   terrified   of   the   bullying   Barbara.-'  Doris   Chillcott,   Ron
Smith, iand Albert Simpson.
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Police Court News
Magistrate Johnston's- Court
In Magistrate" Johnston's court
last week, for permitting a
person under twenty one years
of age to consume liquor in his
home, Donald Everett of Selma
Park was fined $50.00 and costs.
Ronald Neil MacLean of
Gibsonis was charged with creating a disturbance on the highway at Selma Park by using
offensive language. He was
fined $10.00 and $5.00 costs.
Three juveniles were released from probation having
completed a year of good
behavior.
Wilson Creek
by Minus Three
The new home being,built for
the Les Chamberlins, on part
of the'Davis property, is progressing' nicely. Ron Whitaker
is constructing two new units
for Sea Beach Motel.
Mr. E. Burgess is supervising
an .addition to his home. Gus
Crucil and family will be arriving from Duncan ini the near
future. Don Caldwell and family
of Selma Park have sold their
home here to the Crucil family.
Brig. E.S.* Harvey (retired)
and Mrs.. Harvey are here from
Cape Town by way of Elngland
and expect to spend an extended
'holiday on the Peninsula and
Vancouved Island.
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Notice To Parents
If you plan to enroll your child in Grade 1 next
September please register him or her at your
nearest school on the dates shown below.
Madeira Park Superior May  27-1 p.m.-3 p.m.
Sechelt May 20-9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Roberts Creek May 27-2 p.m.
Gibsons Landing Elementary May 19 & 26 - Mornings
Other Schools May 27 & 28
Birth Certificates or -.ih^j. val'd do:u;y:Gr.lj
must be submitted as proof of age.
THE BOARD OF  SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 46 (SECHELT)
Down the Alley...
The Sechelt Ladies League
wound up their season with an
evening of good eats, entertainment and games. The highlight
being of course, the presentation
of the Gus Crucil trophy and
individual prizes awarded as
follows:
Winning team, Lucky Strikes.
Runners    up,    Pinups. High
average,    Lee    Redman, high
three     Dorothy     Smith, high
single,   Lil   Butler.   High team
three, rDo   or  Dies.  High team
single,  Guttersnipes.
First and second halfs; High
three, Doris Rusk and Eve Moscrip. High single, Cherry
Whitaker and . Elsie Johnson.
Team high three, Greenhorns
and Totems. Low team, Ups and
Down's. Also rams, Duds. ''
Hidden scores: High, Helen
Jackson, Julie Ladd and Betty
Berry. Low: Alf Renton, Beena
Gardner and Irene McGregor.
Officers elected by the Ladies
League for the coming years are
as follows: Eve Moscrip, President; Elsie Johnson, secretary;
Pearl McKenzie, treasurer;
Dorothy Smith, social convenor
and Peggy Hemstreet, director.
The Sechelt Sports . Club
ended their season with a
banquet at the Legion Hall,
followed by dancing, music supplied by Jack Whitaker. Prize
winners were: High average,
Mens, Bill Wood, women., Elsie
Johnson. High three, mens,
Laurence Crucil. High three
women-, Dorothy Smith. Mens
high single, Andy Leslie, and
womens high Single, Pearl McKenzie.
Winning team was, Kingpins
and winning low team," Polecats.
Officers for the year are, Bob
Lemieux, President; Kay Hall,
secretary and Leo Johnson,
treasurer.
In the finals of the Ten Pin
League, with Chevrons, Nelsons
and Crucils in the playoff,
Crucils won for the second year
■jvith'a total score of 2481 pins.
The Gibsons Bowling Club
■neLd their annual Supper marking the end of a successful
reason. A large crowd enjoyed
M turkey dinner in tlie Legion
Hail. Top team was Graysons
who won the big trophy. Team
members ware Roy Gray, Ron
Godfrey, Bev Gray, Joyce Gray
vrnd Bud Fisher. Wiezbangs won
second place.
Top scorers were: Ladies high,
overage, Joyce Davies. Mens
high average Jim Drummond.
Ladies high three Irene Sicotte.
Mens high three Bill Swallow
and Merv Fladager. Ladies high
:ingle Joyce Connor. Mens high
Single Don Malmas.
High three game team w<as
Grayson's. High single game
team, Midway.
Ladus., .'par* p' >■; was -\"°"-
by Mcrrg Leslie. Mi.-r.io sprre '_■%
Laurie Spock.
. IV. e F c n'. • ■ :s v. -. i C.'\ -: mp \ o n sh ip
playoffs were slated iVr Wed-
nerd-y 1.1 v -2;'.:. for the trophy
rlcniated by Standard Motors.
The winners of each Five-pin
League will compete.
Sechelt Notes
by B.W.
Doreen Doyle is home from
hospital and making progress!
after her recent operation.
Dctfeen and her mother very,
much appreciate the flowers
and cards her friends and neighbors have sent to her.
There will be a showing of
local films at St. Hilda's parish
hall on.'the evening of May 21st.
The church council hope that
everyone,- will come along and
see themselves or their friends:
on the screen. A silver collection'
will be taken.
Tlie Sechelt Motor Transport
depot has a nice, wide, cement
pavement around tlie front and
side, and at tlie rear is a public.,
telephone kiosk.
Stage Show and Dance
Roberts Creek Hall
Saturday May 15.
Featuring «*
Buddy Reynolds & his Orchestra
Your Favorite Recording Artist
Stage Show From 8:00 To 10:00
Admission, Adults 75£ — Children 35£
Dancing From 10:00 To ?
Admission For Show And Dance §1.25
Warm Weather?
Refrigerators!     Freezers!
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price refunded. The Coast News Thursday May 13, 1954  OFF MAIN STREET  \ By JOE DENNETT  Sechelt  By AKIES  Chief William Scbw of the  Alert Bay band of Indians, and  Mrs. Tom Hurley of Vancouver,  e.ddressed a meeting in the coun-  cil hall on the reservation Many  problems were discussed including the income tax on  Indians and the problems dealing with  the Indian fishermen.  where Mr. Henderson' has been  transferred by the B.C. Forest  Service.  W. McFadden, D.O.  ��� Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Hours  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  Ootieal Service?  The Native Sisterhood of  Sechelt were praised for the  work they have been doing in  their fund raising campaign.  Rev. Dansford will be the  guest speaker at the combined  services to be held at St. Hilda's  Parish Hall on Sunday May  16th.  The Archbishop W. Duke was  a visitor to the Sechelt reservation and a large group received j  confirmation    in    the    Mission  church.  ' Mrs. Dawe has gone in'to the  Vancouver     General     Hospital  where    she    will    undergo    an | n;0t done  so yet,  so  dig  down,  operations    and   receive    treat-; and let>,s< nop-e you come up with  something. Every bit helps.  Congratulations ito Miss May  Walker,' who is quite a number1  of years young this May  10th.  Roberts Creek  Round-up  by Madge Newman '  The first two weeks to May  brings the indefatiguable VON  canvassers to our doors. We  can't let this hard working  group  down,  at - least we   have  ment  for her  leg injury.  Distinguished Visitor to Sechelt recently was Mrs. Maisie  Hurley, wife of well known Van  couver barrister Tom Hurley.  Mrs. Hurley is editor of the  Native Voice, the paper which  deals wiith Indian affairs.  Mr. and Mrs. C. Henderson,  Lynn and Hughie have left  Sechelt    for    Pender    Harbour  1  ALLAN & BARTER  ���SSOj IMPERIAL   OIL   LIMITED  Sonce coming to live in our community some 8 years ago, Miss  Walker has become "Aunt May"-  to ^11 the small children in her  neighborhood and a good friend  to all around her.  The Roberts Creek Royals are  1-PfRUl  PRODUCTS  We suggest that you try our  HIGH QUALITY STOVE AND FURNACE OILS  Individual Stamp-Meter Delivery  Prompt, Honest and Friendly Service.  Phones: Hopkins 65, or Keats 15C  Accounts May Be Paid At Totem Realty.  ANNOUNCEMENT  *  The K. Whitaker Agency, Sechelt  Will Continue As The  CHERRY WHITAKER  AGENCIES  Phone 63 or Write Box 445  ;   THE  VILLAGE   CENTER.   SECHELT.  feeling better since Sundey  when they won the game against  Pender 18 to 7, the Pender boys  coming here for the game. The  score was the other way around  when the local lads played at  Pender, recently. Coach is Jim  Oldershaw.  Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Shaw have  returned from Vancouver where  they attended the Ewart-Gdrdon  wedding. They were accompanied , by Mr. and Mrs.' R.  Cumming.  The Arnold Blomgrenis are  rejoicing in the birth of a son,  a brother for Ingrid.  It was not. my idea to misquote the P-TA Convention  speakers as. saying "Beware of  good . . .'\ It was'the Coast News  printer, who probably did not  attend the Convention. Tlie  quotation was "Be aware of  good, and foster it."  I Firehall Chatter  The boys were called out to  a fire which was out of control  on May first, and are once again,  reminding people that more  care should be.taken with fires  when  clearing land.  They advise to watch the  direction of the wind, and to  have plenty of water on hand  in case the fire gets out of control, also, a fire permit is now  needed for burning.  The Firemen are starting to  decorate their float for May Day  and are asking the rest of the  community to support the May  Day Parade Committee by entering a float or decorated car.  For parade particulars see  Norman Sargent.  Radio News  Use The Coast News Classified  ���  0  0  ���  9  mwcM  A    -aPM  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  Distillers of the renowned  PRINCE REGENT  Canadian Whisky  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control  Board or by the Government of British Columbia. \  54B-1  Balls & Strikes  by   Observer  Wilson, Gretek edged out a,  fighting Port Mellon team 5 to 4  in the exhibition seasons best  ball game to date. If this is the  sample of ball we are to see  ithis year then the people who  did not think we were ready  for "Senior B" are in for a great  surprise.  These are two very fist i'T.nms  and to watch a gome, such a^ this  is really a pleasure for any  scorts fan. Aagin: I say that the  people of the Peninsula are  going to see some first class ball  this year. I am giving the first  star to Tommy Reynolds of  Wilson Creek who , chucked an  execpltionally fine ball game,  and was never in very much  trouble at any time, and the  few times he was he pulled  through like a veteran.  .. second star, goes to  '������'!�� >Ues" Kuwick of Port  Mellon who pitched a winning  ball game but happened to be  on the wrong team to win. The  third star goes to veteran Dick  Grey of Wilson Creek wiio  played a very good game at  third base and was a menace  to Port Mellon every time he  came up to the plate. Before  season rumors had ith-ese two  teams at tlie top of the league,  .and if exhibition games mean  (anyttiiing they look like they  will probably be "there.  I have been questioned on' the  way I cover games and give out  the stars. Only one game at a  time will receive complete coverage and be given stars, if  there is another game the same  day it iwill receive second billing ias I have nioit the time nor  tlie columin space to give every  game a full write up. Under  this system every team will  have the opportunity of getting  the full write up at least once  every two weeks. Two stars will  be given the winning team and  one, if there is one, to the losers.  by Patricia Frew-  Routine hospital  therapy has  really paid off for radio announcer    Bob    Hutton.    Maybe    not  money-wise,    but    certainly    in  thousands of smiling youngsters.  Bob,   or  as   the   younger  set'  says,   Pal  Bob,   learned   wood-  carving  in   Tranquille  Hospital  in   1947  and   1948.   Being  anything but serious in1 nature, Bob  found, much to his chagrin, that  his figurines always managed to  turn out humorous.  His  fisherman with a hook in the seat of  his pants  and  his  hunter  stepping on a skunk's tail are still  in existence.  It was just a short step from  this hobby to his present occupation of making puppets and  putting on. shows for the Vancouver small fry. The project is  an all-Hutton presentation with  Mama Verna Hutton making the  puppets' costumes and ten-year-  cld Donna helping Daddy pull  the strings. Bob says that eight-  year-old Bob junior hasn't got  into the act yet, and spends most  of his time sitting in the front  row, eating.  All Bob's puppets have a message ��� and the kids learn and  lovve it. Stars of the show are  Paddy   and   Chief,   the   Indian.  Paddy  is  to  the   puppets  what  Jiminy   Cricket   is   to   Pinochio  and he preaches "Love Mummy  and  do  what   she  says."   Chief  the Indian is the safety man and  gives   out   safety   hints   to   the  youngsters.   These  are  all  singing rhymes and the kids leave  the show humming  them,  singing them and what's more REMEMBERING THEM.  There are dozens of other  characters in the show, but one  cf the favorites is the Professor.  The professor is a funny and yet  very human little man who  thinks he's clever but actually  isn't. He's the puppet who, when  asked, "If you put your left  hand in; your pocket and found  $1 and your right hand in your  pocket and found $2 what did  you have?'' Answered, "Pal  Bob's trousers on."  Corny, maybe, but the kids  love - it and that's all that  matters to Pal Bob Hutton.  a  The insurance agent provides  you more than protection when  you buy insurance. He provides  year  'round service.  He can do a good job for you.  It is his business to serve your  requirements���arranging your  insurance with one or more of  the companies represented by  him* which offer the best coverage to fit your needs. Holding  an independent position in your  community,  he works for your  greater good.  i  In case of loss, you benefit by his  guidance and assistance. Whether  it's an emergency or a simple  routine matter, vour insurance  agent is ready to assist you the  moment you call.  Enjoy the personal service provided    by   an   insurance  or broker.  agent  ism?*  THE INSURANCE AGENTS'  ASSOCIATION  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Look for this  symbol before you  buy fire, casually  or auto insurance.  8  LV.   GIBSONS  6:00 a.m..  8:40 am.  11:20 a.m.  2:00 p.m.  4:40, p.m.  7:20 p.m.  10:00 p.m.  ADULTS $1.00 Each Way  $1.80 Return  Children  50c   Each  Way  90c Return  EFFECTIVE  MAY  14,  1954  H0ft��E��H0E BAY-  lv.   HORSESHOE  BAY  7:20 a.m.  10:00 a.m.  12:40 p.m.  3:20 p.m.  6:00 p.m.  8:40 p.m..  11:20 p.m.  (Daylight Saving Time  when  in effect)  Autos $3.00  One Way ��� Does  Not Include Driver  60 Autos 600 Passengers.      Phone: Whytecliff 3581, 2342 or 4011. Sitting Pretty With Nothing To Do  Briefs  AVA GARDNER seems to have an inviting look and a bit of "Come Hither" in her  eyes, which should cause no end of acceptances. Ava recently completed "Ride,  Vaquero" at M-G-M with Robert Taylor and is now in Africa filming "Mogambo"  with Clark Gable.  Sechelt  Hook & Ladder  Store inflammable fluids carefully. Gasoline, benzine, naptha  and similar fluids should never  be used indoors. When mixed  with "air, their vapors can be  ignited by the spark of a light  switch or an electric fan, or the  tiny flame of a pilot light. Keep  such   fluids   ini   tightly   closed  metal    containers    outside    the  ! home.  uu soaked rags, especially  rags that have been used to  spread quick-drying liquids  such as turpentine, paint thinners, and some furniture polishes have been known, to catch  fire by themselves. This happens  when thhere is enough air to  provide oxygen, but not enough  air to carry away the heat that  is caused when they give off  vapor.   When  these  vapors   get  hot enough, they burst into  flame. Oily rags should be  stored in air-tight metal containers. It is best to keep them  outside the house.  by Mrs. Swan  The Cabaret dance sponsored  by .-die Community club was  well attended and enjoyed by  the good crowd.  The children's playground in  the lower town-site has been  cleaned up, and now volunteers  are asked to help with the upper  town-site.  It was hoped to have the first  service in the new church on  Mothers' Day, but it was decided  to'������wait until the Church is absolutely finished, and then have  a proper dedication ceremony.  In, the meantime, Church services will continue to be held  every Sunday night in the Com-  hunity Hall.  Mrs. Westgate was the guest  of honor at the W.A. tea held  May 4th, and was presented  with a lovely brooch and given  a vote of thanks for her work  in organizing the W.A. Mrs.  Westgate is moving to Vaneou-  der in the near future.  Mrs. Swart'z mother and  father,-Mr. and Mrs. Schlie of  Vancouver were recent visitors  here. Mrs. Voitkevick has been  visiting her daughter and son-  Halfmoon  Beams  Thursday May 13, 1954  J he Coast News  in-law,  the  Al. B overs.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Hunter ^'of  Vancouver were guests of the  Joe Maceys.  Mrs. George MacDonald was  flown to Vancouver in a serious  ccr.ditlon last Sunday, but was  greatly improved at last report.  In bed with pnuemonia is Mrs.  O. Johnson.  ,   Mrs.   R.   Harris   has   been   in  hospital undergoing surgery.  Mr. and Mrs. Pat Quarry are  are off to the prairies for a  holiday visit.  Mr. Bob Holt has recovered  from  her  short  illness.  FOR QUICK SALES  USE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  Gower  Gleanin:  Business and Professional  DIRECTORY  Please Clip This Directory Out aiid Hang By Your Phone  For Reference     ���  GIFT  STORE  ACCOUNTING SERVICE   v _  PENINSULA    '  ACCOUNTING   .SERVICE  All Types  of Accounting Problems  Expertly Attended  Gibsons:  Mondays   &  Fridays  Sechelt:  Tuesdays   &  Thursdays  CO.   FAHRNI  Box 22 Phone 44  LUMBER  ���      GIBSONS      ���  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous   Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 ST0R3  Left of Post   Office  Gibsons,   B. C.  Headquarters   for   Wool.  BLASTING  BLASTING  BOCK, 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  OVIATT   LUMBER   CO.  Specializing im  Load Lots at Low Prices  Saw Mill at Hopkins  Phone   Gibsons   93J,   Evenings.  MACHINISTS  CLEANERS  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners  for the  Sechelt  Peninsula.  ��� Phones ���  . (iitiBtms  100 ���  Sechelt 45 J  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized  Welding  Welding  anywhere ���  Anytime  Expert  Tradesmen  Precision   Machinists  Phone 54 ~ Res. 78  PL 1: MB ING  MARSHALL'S    PLUMBING  HEATING   and   SUPPLIES  Phone  Gibsons  64S, -  104, -  or 3-'  RADIO  RICHTER'S   RADIO  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 25J  RADIO - APPLIANCE  SERVICE  Speedy    Guaranteed    Work  New and   Used  Radios  A.D.  DADES   CONSTRUCTION, ROTO-WORK  Bulldozing,     Gravel  Loading,  Land   Clearing,  Road Construction.  Phone  Solnik,       Shell  Service,  Sechelt,  48 C.  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELEGTRIC  Phone 130  Authorized General Electric  Dealer  Radios - Appliances - Television  Phone 30 S Sechelt  GARDEN   WORK   EASY   Wit.  ROTO-HOE   or   ROTO-TILLER  Demonstrations:  J.H.   MacLeod,  Wilson Creek.  Phone   John   Little,   83   M  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  by Gypsy Towers  The first warm breath of  summer, tlie soaring mercury  and the brilliant s u ns h i n e  brought out the visitors and the  Bay has had its share.  The  Hodison   cousins,  Phyllis  and Catherine popping up to see  j how their little peaceful haven  had stood the rigors of winter���  very  disappointed  to  find  that  ' the newly formed water depart-  | menft had fallen by the wayside  pnd   they   had   to   carry   their  .water from the creek. It appears!  tlie water system has hit a few  snags and a general meeting is  to be held to iron out the dif-  firulties so that all those drawing    water    from    the    Chaster  creek can be assured of a supply  before summer arrives.  Ross Douglass, wife and children idling a while at the Doug-  | las cottage. The Gunnings  i swelling the cavalcade of motorists to their cottage. The Will  Grays taking a breather from  a deluge of measles and what  have you that has been plaguing  'their  grandchildren.  Mr. N. T, Hill brushing off  another milestone as he celebrates his 81st birday at an enjoyable dinner and party given in  his honor by Mr. and Mrs. Harry  Thorn.  Happy word comes by remote  control from the Ronald Thicke  family of Hamilton. Mrs. Thicke  Sr., having recently flown down  tp visit the young couple, bringing   back    word   that    all    are-  doing     well   ���   Dorothy     and  Ronald  having  recently  bought  a  home   in  Burlington,   Ronald  commuting into Hamilton, while  the young fry, Brian and Steven  thriving   apace   in   the   country  air.    Mrs.    Thicke    being    the  former   popular   Dorothy  Chaster.  Bonnie Brook Lodge has really  undergone a metamorphosis  under   the   hands   of   its   new  owners,  Mr.   and  Mrs.   Vernon,  Sr. It has been remodelled into  five self  contained suites, complete with sinks, electricity and  snack bars, etc.  j   The George Ayles family have  ! purchased one  of the Monteith  cottages and are very happy in  their new home.  A word must be said about  the beautiful gardens along the  waterfront. A special treat for  sore eyes is the amazing profusion of bloom at Stroniochie,  truly the result of much labour,  good taste and downright love  of gardening. Much the same  cam be said of the riot of color  that Mr. and Mrs. Dykes have  produced' and there are many  more worthy of note each in  its own way making a walk  along the waterfront really  worthwhile.  bv T. Mosier  It is understood from a reliable  source, that the Black Ball  Ferry will start its run from  Saltry Bay to Madeira Park  some tFjvne niext month. With  this .in mind we; feel a timely  warning should be given the-  parents of. Half Moon Bay and  vicinity. Tlie added traffic will  create road hazards which the  coungster of this' area have not  been taught to cope with. Keep  our district free of road fatalities by teaching the young ones'  io stay off the 'highway.  The fishing is exceptionally  good at Redroofs and around  the point of Thormanby Island,  with some Blue Back being,  caught in the Bay. It is seldom  a fisherman comes in with the  proverbial story of the one that  got away, no need to, the way  these, young salmon are biting.  One of the visiting fishing eiv  thusi'asts took a large number  in the pass' last week, while Mr.  P. Welsh of Redroofs brought in  four.  Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tschaikow-  sky have sold their property at  Tinkley, 'and have purchased.  Tom Robilliard's upper lot  where they intend to build a.  summer home. Tony and Peter  ���are now residing in Vancouver,  where Tony is in the building'  .supply business.  Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stone,  formerly of Penticton, have purchased the Willison property at  Secret Cove, and are now in  permanent   residence   there.  Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Bate of  Vancouver, with Susan, and  Scott, were "house guests of the  Roy Doyles this past week-end.  Mr. Ken McQuarrie was here,  over the week-end to open up  i.he McQuarrie  summer home.  Sorry to hear Mrs. H.R. Pearce  has been quite ill with the flu, j  also Jim Cooper who is up and  about again.  Mr. Tony Gargrave was the  luncheon guest of Mr. and "Mrs.  Doug Roberts on bis visit here.  SUMMER    MOTORING  Calls For Changes!  See Frank Solnik For  New Oil Filters  Air Cleaners  Let Us  Flash Out Your  RADIATOR  Change To  And Check AH Your  Tires & Steering  SHELL SERVICE  Phone 4SC ��� Sechelt  This SPRING  Get it  at  HASSAN'S  Boots   and   Shoes   For  Spring Work or Play.  Fishermen's   Needs  For   the  New  Season.  We're Agents For  BAPCO  PAINTS  And   Handle   A   Complete  Line.  HASSAN'S  Store  Phone   11-U  PENDER   HARBOUR  B.W.M. BONE  Chartered   Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  ��� TAtlow  1954 ���  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  Are Running ���  Sports Fishing Gear  In Good Supply  AT MURDOCH'S  Give Our  FROZEN FOODS  A Try.  We Have A Complete Line  Our Spring Supply  Of  MARINE and HOUSE  PAINTS  Is Good.    New Colors.  MURDOCH'S  Marine Supplies  Phone 116  PENDER   HARBOUR  !  I  ��  Haddock's Marine Ways  SPRING PAINT SALE  10 percent Discount on all PETTIT Paint Products  Purchased in May  For Repairs, Welding and Boat Rentals  Phone Pender Harbour 9 S  Ran Vernon  Building Contractor  Fully Experienced In All Phases Of  BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION  R.R.I. Gibsons. Phone 26W  i  Go fast  FT  LEAVE HORSESHOE BAY FOR NANAIMO  Daylight Saving Time  lily: 8 c. m., 12 n., 4 p. m., 8 p. m<r 12 m.  Free connecting bus service from downtown Vancouver City to  Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver  C7Z  -nor*  B$a  %m  ?^mm  $m  CM OR  d��SB��  -. ���<%��=  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor-  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia,  ANOTHEV.  | * ACHIEVEMENT  OF  MEICHERS  DISTILLERIES  LIMITED  ��  DISTILLERS OF  ARISTOCRAT  REM RYE WHISKY"  8 YEARS OLD giSS-  fiTI��-.--:^^;l ��� _-.-_;���  The   L-oait   Neu�� Thursday May 13, 1554  CHbsons News  This   /Mso  nappene  by Albert Crowhurst  GARDEN CLUB  Mildwyn Thomas, who is  attending the University of  British. Columbia, has won a  Scholarship of a six months trip  to Norway. The Scholarship  ���was for International  Commerce.  Sorry to report that Mr. G.W.  Chatt as tak^en to Vancouver  General Hospital last Saturday.  We hope that his stay there  won't be too long land that he  will soon be back home again.  Aftjer tasting the grim city  life, Mr. Hartnell has returned  to live on the Pratt Road. We  welcome him back.  The Kinsmen are doing a fine  job on their club house. By the  24th of May it should have a  new coat of paint and be looking pretty smart.  Oddfellows To  Hold Initiations  Some seventy-five Oddfellows I May 18 ��� Gibson, home of  from the mainland, including j Mrs. J. Rees, W.I. Meeting at  degree teams from North Burn-1 2 P-m-  Date Pad  'May 7 ��� Gibsons, St. Mary's  Altar Society Mothers Day Tea,  sale of potted plants, home  cooking, United Churjch Hall  2 to 5.  May 8 ��� Gibsons High  School Auditorium at 8:00 p.m.,  Talent Nite FINALS.  May 9 ��� Basement of School  Hall, meeting of Junior Garden  Club of Farmers' Institute at  2:00 p.m.  May 10 ��� Gibsons, at home  of Mrs. Doris Drummond at 8  p.m., W.I. bridge, whist, cribbage drive.  May 13 ��� Gibsons High  School, UBC players present  "Major Barbara".  May 15 ��� Your Sunshine  Coast broadcast, station CHUB  5*_o 6 p.m.  May 15 ��� Robert Creek,  dance by HatLl Board, Buddy  Reynolds orchestra.  May   17 ��� Gibsons  element-  I ary school, 8 p.m, PTA meeting.  Notice:  To  Gibsons  Residents  Small Pox Vaccinations to be given on Wednesday May  19th at 2:00 p.m. at the PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICES.  Mothers are asked to bring their infants (3 months and  over) and Pre-School Children.  esse Attend Early  aby and Little Mountain will  toke part in initiaton ceremonies in the Legion Hall. Supper  Will be served for all at 6:00  p.m. and the First Degree will  begin at 7:00.  Applicants are asked to remember that these times must  be exact as many of the visiting members must catch the  ferry.  Lodges throughout the whole  province have notified Grand  Secretary J. Main of gifts of  equipment for the new lodge.  A letter has been received by  the local lodge from a Danish  IOOF lodge in New York saying  that members would meet Jack  Nelson's father at the airport  and send him on his way to  'Sechelt. Mr. Nelson is making  his first plane trip 'from Denmark to visit Jack in Sechelt.  FOR QUICK SALES  USE THE COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  Posters  Letterheads  Business Cards  Announcements  Bills and Invoices  N    Let  The Coast News  handle your  printing requirements.  May 21 ��� Roberts Creek  Legion Auxiliary, whist drive,  in Legion Hall, 8 p.m.  May   26   ���    Roberts    Creek  Legion Auxiliary rummage sale.  May 26 ��� Gibsons elementary school, 9 a.m., local track  meet.  May 28 ��� Roberts Creek,  8 p.m., Legion Hall, VON board  meeting.  May 30 ��� Gibsons, home of  Mrs. Art Pilling, meeting of the  Fair Committee at 2 p.m.  June 2 ��� Gibsons St. Bartholomew's W.A. superfluity sale,  home cooking etc.  June 5 ��� Roberts Creek,  Dance, Evan Kemps orchestra.  trry , school, 10 a.m., Peninsula  elementary school track meet.  June 5 ��� Gibsons School Hall,  Loggers' Association Benefit  Dance.  June 17 ��� Sechelt. St. Hilda's  Guild Gasden Tea, at 2 p.m. at  the home of Mrs.  Osborne,  Sr.  June 23 ��� Roberts Creek,  Masonic Hall at 2:30, OES tea.  June 26 ��� Gibsons School  Hall. Hard times dance, in aid  of fair prizes.  July 8 ��� Roberts Creek, at  Mrs. P.B. Long's home ��� St.  Aidan's garden party, home  cooking, sewing, etc.  July 15 ��� Gower Point, St.  Bartholomew's garden party at  Mrs Chasters.  Sunshine Coast Lodge No. 76 1.0.01  Institution May 24th, 2:30 P.M., Legion Hall Gibsons.  Installation by Fraser Valley Oddfellows Team  INITIATION OF CANDIDATES 4:30 P.M. SHARP  Conducted by North Burnaby Lodge No. 37  Supper for all at the Legion Hall at 6:00 p.m. First  Degree for candidates initiated, at 7-30 p.m., conducted  bv Little Mountain Lodge No. 60, and ending at 9:30  sharp.  Candidates Please Confirm - 4:30 and 7:30 - Times.  H  <  co-optraticn  wm yowR ONION ANO W.CB.  3  Selma News  This n' That  by E. Nestman  Residents    have    been    very  indifferent     to     the     meetings  called   regarding    the    protests  over the water rates, the seeming lack of interest bodes no  good for the battle over these  rates. No answers have been received to the letters sent to  Union Estates on water extensions and operations, Tony Gargrave M.L.A. offered to help in  the matter. I understand his'  meeting here was very poorly  attended. Mr. Gargrave is the  member for the area, and is  willing to help all he can, let's  give him a chance, or else forget  all about the fight and pay what  they ask. If enough people signified their intentions of attending these meetings transportation could be arranged for them,  if that is all that is holding them  back.  Mrs. Fredericks home has been  cold to some folks from Roberts  Creek.  Driftwood has been taken by  a young couple from Hope.  Bernard Haskins was home  for a little holiday before^ going  East for  R.O.T.C.  Training for  the summer holidays.  Hear the travellers Mrs. Norris  find Mrs. Foster are having a  wonderful trip. Dick Foster and  his family are now posted in  Calgary, where he will be flying  out to the NWT for the summer.  Mrs. Perkins is coming along  very nicely now. She is now at  home.     Gibsons Fix - it Shop  We Repair Bicycles, Plumbing,  Home Appliances, and Clean Chimneys.  We Specialize in  PAINTING and DECORATING  Interior and Exterior Work Expertly Done.  Bring It To Us ��� We FIX ANYTHING  ED. RHODES      ���      GIBSONS      ���      PHONE, 52W  tooiiver - Gibsons Freight Line  WISH   TO   ANNOUNCE   THAT  They Are NOT Affiliated With Any Other Cartage or Transfer Concern.,  We Offer A Daily Scheduled Service As XJsual ��� Between  VANCOUVER ��� GIBSONS ��� GOWER POINT ��� GRANTHAMS ���  HOPKINS   AND   PORT  MELLON ,  All Kinds Of Freight Is Handled With Door To Door Pickup And Delivery  On Either End.  For  Fast Dependable Service - CALL  VANCOUVER - GIBSONS FREIGHT LINES  AT  VANCOUVER  WAREHOUSE  184 East 1st Ave. at Main  Phone FAirmont 4131  INGLIS WAREHOUSE. GIBSONS  Phones, 50 W ��� 50 K  Gibsons, B.C.  Large and Small -We Carry Them All  August 5  Summer Garden  Tea,   by   the   Friendly   Group,  will be held Aug 5th.  THIS WEEK'S  SPECIAL ���  Small   home   in   Gibsons,   main  street, nice  view,  NO HILLS���  furnished ��� all    for -2950.  FOR   INSURANCE  OR REAL ESTATE SEE  Totem   Realty  Phone Gibsons 44  Evenings  95J  Member Association of B.C.  Real  Estate  Agents.  r Vacation I ime is Hear  Drive and enjoy your driving with a Good Used Car from  OTOR PRODUCTS LTD.  PKONE 5 S  lAUWARE & APPIIM  Warm Weather Needs:  Hot Plates from $3.29 to $14.75  110 Volt Rangette only  $29.95  G.E. Electric Kettle now  V.i $12.95  G.E. Steam Iijon now' $21.00  %       ���- ������- ���-..,.������ ...        ��������� ....i...������.i      t  NEW! ��� 20 Piece Luncheon Set of Indestructible  Plastic Dishes $15.95  As Advertised in Vancouver Papers  Screen Doors aiid Windows-With  Accessories  Phone 32 Gibsons  "YOUR   HARDWARE   NUMBER"  "THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD DEAL  LOW MILEAGE DEMONSTRATOR  1954 CHEVROLET BEL AIR SEDAN - Power Glide  Tinted Glass ~ White Wall Tires ��� And  Special Paint.  Power Steering ��� Radio ��� Air Conditionair  WILSON CREEK  1953 DODGE SEDAN  la Chrysler Huron  Blue  Heater and Good Rubber  Low Mileage  ONLY      $1995.00  1951 CHEV. SEDAN  In Two-Tone Green ��� With  RADIO ��� AIR CONDITIONAIR ��� Also  Good Rubber and Very Clean Inside  A Dandy Buy For ONLY       $1695.00  1952 CHEV.  SEDAN  In Spruce Green Metallic  RADIO ��� HEATER ��� SPOTLITE  And Good Rubber  A STEAL AT      $1395.00  1950   METEOR   SPORTS   COUPE  RADIO and CONDITIONAIRE  A Nice Clean Car ��� We Will Paint TO  Suit The Customer.  ONLY      $1095.00

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