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Published  in  Gibsons,  B.C.
VoL 8 - No. 29.
„     ;?:. Thursday   July   22,   1954
Eighth Year  of Publication
or Sechelt
School District
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The regular/monthly meeting of the Board of School Trustees
was 'held at Gibsons 'on Monday July 19th, at which all the members
of the Board" were present, 'together with Mr. 'Rendle, the School
Inspector, ,and Mrs. Anne Burns, 'tine Secretary.
Resignationsfrom   Mrs.   An- '
nette McKay and Mrs. Hannay
of the Gibsons Elementary
school, and Mr. Tracey and Mrs.
Lang of the Sechelt School were
received and accepted. Mrs.
Eyans1 was re-appointed as Home.
EJjonomics teacher for the Elphinstone Jul or Senior High-
school.. It was further reported
•thjat Mr. Russell was being transferred from Roberts Creek"
Elementary School to the Sechelt
Division, one.
The special committee had
been carefully..considering applications during the past 'month,
«nd :the new appointments were
approved. ~
'Resignations of two janitors
were received, and -new.-appoint*,
intents made for Egmont and
Nelson Island.
DENTAL PROGRAM
After considerable, correspondence with the 'Department of
Health, relative ;tp the. Dental
Program for all Provincial
School Districts for 1954-55,
Which would apply to pre-school
tend, grade one pupils only, the
secretary, was instructed to write
the Department, requesting that
the new program cover preschool, grade one and grade two,
as in the past.
Subject to the approval of the
Department of Education, a
Water Transportation Tender
•from Mr. A.J. Harding was accepted, for transportation of
pupil's    to    the    Nelson    Island
school.    yiC  ■.' '  "-
MAINTENANCE- '          "   ^\"-
There are a few appointments j
yet to be made for the schools
in t'he Sechelt School District,
but most of ith'e positions' have
now been filled. The School
Board has provided the following list: Madeira Park Superior
School: Mr. V.A. Comiber. Principal; Mrs. M. ©later, .Mr. R.
Dick, Miss Clara Hurst,
'For 'Britain River Elementary,
Mrs   Anna .McKay.    Egmont
El'e/merJJary:   Mr.   J.K.   Sehama-
man,  Principal.
Gibsons Landing Elementary:
Mr. A.H. Child, Principal; Mr.
V. Stielow, Mrs. Irene Bisbee,
Mrs. Annie Fairhurst, Mrs. Leo-
n'is Ayles.
Halfmoon Bay Elementary:
Mrs. Caroline Surtees; Port
Mellon' 'Elementary:    Mrs.   Vic-
Peetder Harbour Rendezvous For 100 Beats
The Empire Stadium, built in Vancouver for the'British Empire
and Commonwealth Games, wilRseat 35,000 persons; this
stadium is one of the largest in Canada, and certainly the most
modern. From here and from other Games sites in Vancouver
will come the first CBC 'television'program to toe seen simultaneously in Eastern and Western; [Canada, by means of coaxial and micro-wave facilities through 'the United Spates linking 'CBUT, Vancouver, With the Cg>C~TV" network in Eastern
Canada. Some 26 countries-are participating in the Games,
which will also be fully covered by CBC radio for audiences
at home and abroad. y[
by Stan Bawdier
Special from Princess Louisa Inlet to Coast News
Over a hundred boats rendezvoued'at Pender Harbour, Irvine's
Landing  and   Garden  Bay,  from   Sunday evening   until  Tuesday
morning, for the final .leg  of the International Cruiser Race to
Princess Louisa Inlet. —"""'
The party was entertained at I '
•.'he   Irvine's   Landing   Hall   by i
lioca'l  organization's   on  Sunday j
evening,   on   Monday,   provided
heir    own     entertainment     by
was held at the Inlet Tuesday
evening. All thirty three boats
that finished the race were
joined   by   many   o'tfier   United
S
Room Opens July 30
AND   IMPROVEMENT
The maintenance superintendent, Mr. Chaster, submitted a
detailed report of all 'maintenance and improvement work
being caried out at all schools
during the summer vacation. In
this connection, it was reported
that the condition of the Halfmoon Bay School was very unsatisfactory, owing to age and
unsu'itability of iocaliion. However, as there are only twelve
elementary pupils at this school
it was decided the time was not
Opportune to consider building
a new school. Some work on the
floors and interior painting was
authorized.
WATER   RATES "~
Consideration was again given
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Smith of the
Ridgeway  Auto   Court  in   Gibsons
toria Symchych. Sechelt Elemen-; announce   the   opening  of  a  new
tary: Mrs. Olga Vessey. | Dining   Room,   to   be   situated   in
Eighteen members of the staff j what is  now   the i Office  and  Ad-
will be hack  on the job in Sep-•; ministration building of the Ridge
tember as Well.
way Auto Court.
As Danny describes it, this is not
to he a unit in competition to already    existing    restaurants    and
quarterly   bill  already  rendered
BALL   GROUNDS
It was reported that the Board lunch counters on the Peninsula,
was toeing' put to considerable'. hut will he something different in
inconvenience and expense by , addition to present dining facilities,
the litter and refuse being left: and will he a pleasant place to dine,
oh   the    Gib so ns *Highschool   and to entertain small parties, hold
;.§pj?rj3.^gr^
'ball' games. The -secretary was
instructed to write, to the
officials of* the teams concerned
drawing their, attention to the
matter. As to the additional
•clearing project at the Gibsons
Highschool, steps were taken to
ensure that this long delayed
project would be completed in
the  near  future.
After   the   'brick-bats    which
have  been hurled   at the Board
^janguets a^
For a beginning, there will be a,
small dining room with eight
tables, which one will enter from
an attractive lounge. The dining
room is to be pleasantly lit, murals will decorate the walls, linens,
silver and china will be as far from
the ordinary restaurant type as
possible.
The entrance' will be through
French doors leading from the lawn
and   gardens,   where   flower   beds,
and neighbouring waters. On
Tuesday evening, they entertained with a marvellous party,
3njoyed by all the yachtsmen,
Jheir friends and the people of
Pender Harbour. This was Organized by . Russel Rathbone, 't!he
Past President of the International Power Boat Association.
Mr. Rathbone, speaking for
his fellow yachtsmen, stated that
these waters are the most beautiful they -'have visited and though
the 1955 races will be held in
Alaska, they will 'be back in
Pender   Harbour  Sin  1956.
One of the most colorful entries in the race was the "Tom
Bacchus," skippered 'by Capt.
Rob Roed, with a crew of ten
Sea Scouts, who have earned
Jack Barker, manager of the j their own expense money by
Sechelt Peninsula Athletic Club; picking 'berries. These lads, 14
reports a delay in its opening j to IS years of age, acted as
date, due, apparently to the fact j official observers for' the race
that'its   furnace  has   not  been! from   Pender Harbour  to   Pi\n-
cruising   the  delightful   harbour j Statfs and Vancouver craft, and
Hrvrf      r,o1«rJ,-hni,r1n„      water*       On' I Sl]   J°lnGd   the   '^   iam'llV   V3**?'
Athletic Club
Opening Delayed
eojrfipletely installed.
'At the insistence of Cpl. Cum-
miips, R.C.M.P. of the Sechelt
detachment. alterations have
'been made   to   the  building,   to
cess Louisa Inlet.
THIRTY  THREE   RACE
Due   to   the  difficult  weather
previously,     there    were - only
Mr. Jim MadDonald, of Princess Louisa Inlet, had arranged
a huge wreiner roast for the
younger members of the party,
and a great barbecue for the
older ones. He had also arranged
ahead of time, mooring for all
t'he craft that had arrived, tooth
for the race and for the gathering that followed. These made
a marvellous sight-
MacDONALD i :
DONATES PROPERTY
Mr. MacDonald, owner of this
property at the Inlet, has donated it as a public property, in
charge of the 'Princess Louisa
Association, newly formed to
take over and administer it. This
property, and the use of it, is
open to anyone with a boat, and
not only to the Yacht Clubs of
the Pacific Coast. In this way,
it would benefit vastly more
people than if operated as a commercial enterprise, by private
concerns.
■Again, the "Sea Spray" commented, everyone had the time
of their lives. They could not be
sufficiently    enthusiastic    about
make a pleasant view.
There will be a smaller private
seven    weary    hours    before    a
motion to adjourn was in order.
to the situation at Sechelt with I to toe exact, and the Board spent
regard to  the   new water rates
schedule and it was decided that,
pending the result of the special | a long day for those travelling
committee's application for a j from Madeira Park, Half Moon
new hearing by the PUC, thej Bay and Bowen Island! This is
Board Wad no option but to sign without compensation, 'except
toe new agreement with the Lhe satisfaction of doing some
Union    Estates,    and,   pay    thelpublic' .serVice-
by correspondents to the Const J lawn chairs and shade trees, will
News recently, it was refreshing
to receive some letters of appreciation from the Sechelt Peninsula PTA, Sechelt' Teachers'
Association, Elphinstone High-
school '54 graduates and others.
Although for teachers and
pupils this is a season of rest
and vacation, the agenda was a
lengthy   one,   thirty-eight   items
thirty three entries in   the race
include an extra window, so that £r0m Pender Hanbbur to Princes ,
at y-all times the interior of the Louisa Inlet on Tuesday. All j tfie marvellous scenery, the won
|games room' might be visible. thirty 'three finished the course. <jerful racing weather, and their
frfc^the^outside^In his capac^ to return' to the Sun-
of -Fire.Marshall, Cpl. Cummins' Miss   Kathleen,   which  averaged  'shine    Coast,    Pender    Harbour
would  like to   see   the   furnace j ^y2 knots, and the last was the   particularly, and the Inlet
completely  installed,  so that he j 80    foot,    52    ton    "Landmark"
might inspect the completed unit
before passing it for complete
safety. Mr. Barker states that
Lhe furnace ducts are all in place
but due to some scarcity of
material on the part of the suppliers, the furnace itself will not
be completed until September,
or thereabouts.'
Mr. Barker is endeavoring  toj
make    arrangements    to    over
come this technical difficulty in
owned   toy   L.E.   'Landon,   President of tire International Power
'Boat  Association.
SEA SPRAY
LOGS   1.1.   PERCENT
From Princess Louisa Inlet,
special to the Coast News we
learn the winners of this race
were: First, "Sea Spray" Captained by Ted Phillips, of the
Bremerton Yacht  Club*  with 1.1 j rooming house,.'and goes into opera-
Partners To
Open Rooms
A venture which is to start in a
small way, but which may grow to
fill one of the most crying needs
of the Gibsons area, is the opening
of the C. P. Smith residence as a
dining room opening off the short j r^"Z.c Clu7 naWlnso"ection ! percent    °f    the    Predicted    log.. tion this week.
-   ..    . ...       ._   .„-_-.! having-his Club pass inspection,, Second)   MSa.ber",   wifh   Captain j    Ole Elmholt, popular caterer on
Sanford    Wright,    also    of    the i the Black Ball ferry lines, and his
Bremerton  Yacht Club, time 2.2 j partner, Lars Sandhaaland, success-
yS& -'   :
Blind sculptor Mark Shoesmith of A'lomogordo, New Mexico,
puts the finishing touches on the Seagram Two Eagles Trophy.
The noted sculptor was comanissioned toy the House of Seagram
to create the International Team. Trophy for blind golfing
teams from Canada and the United States competing in the
first team championships in Toronto.
hall, for small supper or dinner
parties. '     .
The Smiths hope to have a menu
which will feature -special dishes,
such as fresh fish, crabs, oysters
and shrimps, which are locally
caught and as fresh as they can be
supplied, as well as the familiar
roasts, chops, steaks, etc. It is also
hoped to feature special orders to
the customers' own desires. Cooking will he done with Propane gas
equipment.
Danny-has a background of special order cookery, and it is a vocation with him.
As the Sunshine Coast becomes
better known, Danny is well convinced that the ever-growing and
expanding Vancouver will find it
a retreat within easy reach, where
dining facilities such as this will
be one more real attraction to draw
outside people' to the area.
Locally, he believes that Danny's
Dining Room will be a spot to
which people will turn from their
regular routine, where Mr. Business Man is looking for a place to
take his wife for a Sunday dinner,
where club dinners and banquets,
wedding receptions, or party luncheons and suppers niay be catered
to.
This project is a long range one,
which is being started rather modestly. The space lends itself nicely
to gradual enlargement of facilities
as custom warrants, and may even
include outdoor• tables under the
trees for  fine  weather.
The area presently in lawn to the
west of the building is to be enlarged and improved, parking space
will be provided, and everything
made as attractive as is possible.
The Ridgeway is a member of
the Auto Courts and Resorts Association, and of the Sunshine
Coast Tourist Association.
so   that   it   can   toe   opened   for
business.
Naval Officer
To Visit Peninsula
Lieut. Commander R. Whyte,
R.C.N., plans to visit our coastal
ports on a recruiting trip, starting at Gibsons, July 29th and
30th.
The vessel YFM 306 will be at
the Government Wharf on those
two days, and visitors will be
shown about her.
There Will be a show, free to
the putolic, at the Legion Hall
on Thursday, July 29th, at 7:30
p.m., in t'he form of a Technicolor Travelogue of Canada.
In a brief visit to Gibsons on
Thursday last, Lt., Cdr. Whyte
was' busy making the necessary
arrangements for this event, and
assures us that both the vessel
and the show Will be of interest
to all who are or might be interested in Canada's Senior Service.
Teams Chosen
For PSayoffs
The four top teams in the
league to date will play off for
the chance to represent the Mid
'Peninsula Soft 'Ball League
against Woodfibre. Port Mellon
and 'Gibsons Firemen, Wilson
Creek and Selma Park will play
their first games on Sunday
evening, at 6:30 p.m. This is
sudden death game for each pair
Of contestants. T'he winners will
then play, for the best two of
three games. Top team will play
«VVoodfitore,. and   the  winner -of
that game will represent Zone 6
at the Vancouver games.
■percent.     Third,     kvLand'm'ark".
Captain   E.E.   Landon.   Commodore of t'he Tacoma Yacht Clu'b,
7.12 percent.
The Cruiser  "Sea  Spray"  re-
ful halibut fisherman, have taken
the house on lease,--with an option
to purchase. Since there will be a
certain amount of remodelling '
necessary, both to house and
ports from Princess Louisa ■ grounds, Ole tells us they expect*
Inlet, by radiophone to Stan |t0 have s5x rooms open now. but.
Bowdler at Pender Harbour, that
the race went through in perfect
weather   all   along  the  40   mile
course.
EVENING   CELEBRATION
A   great   outdoor   celebration
Softball Association
Troubles Ironed Out
As the representative of the Mid
Peninsula Softball League, and
Council Member of the B.C. Amateur Softball Association, Mr.
Harry Roberts of Wilson Creek attended the meeting of that body on
Sunday, July 18.
This special emergency meeting
was called to deal with the suspension of the President and executive members of the Senior "A"
men's league. All difficulties were
cleared up at the meeting and now
the clubs are all affiliated with the
Western Canadian Softball Association, j
With the atmosphere cleared,
there will now he a Peninsula Play
off week, starting on Sunday, July
25th, the eliminations to produce
a winning team to play Woodfibre
on August 15th or before. The winner of thr: game will enter the
Provincial   Playoffs   in   Vancouver, j
During the playoff week, the
regular games scheduled will be
postponed. Both the playoffs and
the regular schedule will he published in the Coast News.
more later, as the work goes ahead.
He also plans for parking space on
the grounds.
Since both Ole and Lars are
away on their own duties a great
deal, there will be a caretaker-
manager installed, to keep the place
| in good condition, and look after
the business generally.
This business will be watched
with interest by both the community and the travelling public, because of the need, and since both
the partners are well and favourably known.
CBUT
Program Notes
A new program started on Monday this week, over CBUT, featuring   local   happenings   and   color,
j visiting celebrities, and people with
: unusual   occupations.   It  is  on  tor
j five days a week, between 7.15 p.m.
and 7.30, with Bill Bellman as disc
jockey.
'This program, under the name
"Almanac" will be produced "live"
in CBUT's Georgia St. Studios, by
DaryJ Duke.
It is regretted that this information did not reach us until two.days
I after last week's paper was o"- the
stands. However, even tbouga *.he
first few programs -we---a viioaea,
the full series will be of-great -u-
Iterest. The Coast News        Thursday July 15, 1954  Member U.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMt'EL   NUTTER,    Publisher  DO  WORTMAN,  Editor  (Established  19.45)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  AEtborlzed  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, $2.50 per y<ur.  Phone Gibsons 45W  Box 228 Gibsons British  Columbia  it  Lionald  This year, perhaps more than the average year, it behooves us all to have a care in becoming accustomed to the  sunshine. Normally, we have an opportunity to break in  gradually, but with this long, cool, rainy season, summer has  burst uponi us with ajl its power,  A word of warning here may be of use. Please, parents,  see that your children are not exposed to too long sessions  of sun-tanning at once. Equip them with blouses or shirts,  or other protective article of clothing when they go swimming, boating or just playing, and avoid serious sunburns.  Since the weather has been too cool for much bathing  till now, young people and grown-ups should watch their  times for swimming, and not go in too soon after meals,  should not swim without a companion who really knows the  sea, and should not dive without knowing 'the depth of the  water.  It may be a little serious sounding, but we'd rather have  a reputation for over-caution'than have one  bad accident  TEE   LACK   OF   DISCIPLINE  ��� My original letter certainly  ���5Parted a flood of letters, pro  and con, but failed to answer  'my original question. The pur-  ���poi't of my letter was lost in the  flood of salaries, living conditions, etc.. No answers to ray  questions on discipline, respect,  and use of the gym. They were  all sidetracked in the shuffle.  There was a time When teaching was <a profession, where a  teacher dedicated his future to  the wel'fare of the student, large  'or small. The last few letters  have certainly shown, how 'public spirited 'they are���its just  another job, a chore, something  'to be tolerated 'as a stepping  stone to something better, with  the children, a secondary consideration. It is a battle among  teaching staff and school board,  for higher positions and higher  salaries, in between, the student.  Oh we'll, 'didn't expect much  more in line of answers, or explanations. . ! .  See where a principal ih  England, punished 200 pupils,  that could never happen here. I  would still like an ianswer on  'the lack of discipline, and the.  lack   of   respect,   the  as I  am  concerned.   The other  things will all follow in order.  Guess it's 'a lost cause up here,  and until the powers 'that be step  'into the picture, we'll just  muddle through. I .still insist  joining the PTA, certainly solves  no problems, I know from past  experience, for it 'is dominated  byb the teachers���and I know  whereof I speak.  So all in all, I might have  saved 'my 'breath, 'for as one of  our .'letter writers phases it "It's  a yoice crying in the wilderness,"  and instead of bread, getting a  stone.  The question of the gym, very  nicely sidestepped 'also, past  masters at this art.  A Mother.  WESTERN ONION TELEGRAM  To: LB. Clueless: >  Unters'tand that Fisheries  'Minister will inspect Russian  Whaling Fleet stop Believe  Russians have new secret  weapon stopTraining whale to  swallow minister stop Russians  due for disappointment stop'It  is anticipated that 'after the past  few years of swallowing fishermen's bull comma Minister will  .whole! experience    little    difficulty    in  This advertisement is not published or displayed by  the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  groundwork   and  foundation   of  education of  our young,  as far  .swallowing whale stop.  signed "Sharkey"  Forest Fires  it!  By SIRIUS  here on the Sunshine Coast, if a word of warning can avert it.     A Vancouver daily newspaper m  reporting  the  recent  convention held there said that the  question was asked'"Why do dogs  t     r>  ���+��� i    r^ t      i-      ���     intr-.    i.i      i     , t> i ��� !   i bi'te Postmen .only?" and a delegate  In British-Columbia, m 1951, the last year for which i^ it as his opinion-that it was  these figures have been completed, there were 1923 forest'! because they never met the house  fires, burning an area of 420,954 acres of timberland, and ! occupant or ��� the dog owner.   The  costing the province, in forest damage -anti fire fighting costs I question is quite out of order as  ��D7-a\) I,? l J. I dogs   do   not   make  a  specialty   of  Of this enormous loss, thirty-five percent has been laid j biting   postmen;   they   also   bite  at the   doors  of campers   and   smokers,   definitely,   with   an ; meter  readers,  milkmen  and laundry men.   Statistics would no doubt  prove that meter readers lead the  field.    The   only   time   the   meter  reader meets the occupant of the .  house and dog owner is when they ���  wait  for  him  with  blood  in   their j  eye  to  bawl   him   out for  reading j  the meter too high last- month, or j  because the last bill was too high.  "We   couldn't   possibly   have   consumed   all  that   light  as   we   only  burn one small bulb and go to bed  COL.  LISTER'S  PAL  Col. Lister of Gower Point now  has a companion in his Art Studio,  "Qkalla." The companion was introduced at. a TEA ..party held on  the'patio of the Gower Point Store.  It was, perhaps, rather hard on  the;;guests, as expressive adjectives  had to be toned down, the Colonel's  companion being an innocent  Budgie. (Notes from the Nonsense  dept.)  Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd.  Carries The Stock For  ALL .RCCr-INS JCBX  From CEDAR  SHINGLES  to  TAR  and   GRAVEL.  7>X' CEDAR SHINGLES No. 1, 2, and 3  2 ��� TEN,  HEX and  MINERAL   SURFACED   ROLLED   ROOFING  (3 Weights: 45, 55 and 90 lbs.)  And that about COVERS   IT  (If You'll Pardon The Pun)  JUST PHONE GIBSONS 53  For Price On Your Roof Applied.  1  Use The Coast News Classified  additional unknown three percent, at least a portion of which  must be attributed to the same causes.  It is becoming more and more obvious to those concerned  with the business of making a useful group of products from  our woodlands, that the forest.will simply not go on and on  indefinitely. It is also equally obvious to those consumers  who pay for it, that the prices of these products are rising  constantly.  Part of the reason for the price ri��e is the tremendous  extra burden of fire-protectio.ni and insurance that the producers must carry.  We can do our part in preserving the forests by_preventing j at nine o'clock every night." No  forest fires as far as our own activities in camping, and in j doubt on such occasions the dog  smoking, are concerned. Care and Common sense are all that I has his instructions to do ins part.  ��� we need to use. By keeping this down, insurance can be re- when the milkman meets the  ���duced fire-fighting costs will automatically come down, and householder it is to collect money  the savings naturally will eventually accrue to the consumer, j for tickets or get told off for leay-  Th'e few moments we spend in making sure that our'in's the wrong milk last time. No  camping or cooking fires do not spread, that we have not self-respecting dog likes to see his  thrown our cigarette, cigar or pipe refuse where it can start \ ���ter doing out good money  fires, will pay enormous dividends in timber saved., taxes; ^ch might otherwise be spent  saved and costs of timber products reduced  *v>  ^ViJ  ***����  ^  ,{  w^s  Loggers Tales  Shift Shenanigans  by L.S.J.  The rumbling bomload of diesel  towboats passing the house in the  night with all lights aglow brings  up from long ago other night  -watches, which although of no special note, do allow some recollections for comparison with things  past and present.  The first night work I ran into  -was in the mountains, a 10-hour  shift setup. It was the spiral tunnel job at Field for the C.P.R. when  It was well on its way to finishing.  There the shift changed every two  veeks. Most of the unfortunates on  shift had to work the 20 hours to  make shifts fit in.  The grub situation was poor, and  was hauled up by mules on a sled  in the winter and the flunkeys re-  cooked the hash and boiled the  tea water. The crews would come  out of the tunnel and crowd into  the thaw house, mostly stand up,  clothes would thaw out and everybody start smoking as soon as they  ate.  Most likely there would be 30 or  40 cases of dynamite and loaded  primers thawing out too, but no-"  fcody seemed to care. Safety first  was conspicuous by its absence.  Another 10-hour shift phase of  feeding, if it was too far to walk in,  the old logging camp style of send^  ing grub out to the woods and have  an open fire to make tea, and a roof  of shakes to keep dry under. The  larger camps with a railroad would  run the train in at noon, and the  unholy scramble to stuff oneself  in about 20 minutes-and get back en  the train on the run was surely  tough titty.  on food for him, so another milkman gets bitten.  In sharp contrast the slap-happy The iaUndryman meets the house-  shifts and the snug little galleys on holder and walks off with a bundle  the tugboats with coffee always on of laundry on his shoulder. How  tap will be long remembered. I is the poor dog to know that it  liked some of the ingenious con- isn't the family silver or the miss-  trap tions for passing coffee into the ; ing body, so he takes no chances  [dark pilot house. It was a bit eerie and another laundryman is added  ! to   see   a   mug   of   coffee   coming  to the list of bitten men.  So whether you meet the dog  owner or are even introduced to  the dog, dogs will be dogs, and will  have their piece of leg without  worrying about your occupation.  Of course most dogs may be agin  the Government and on the principal that a Postman is a Government  representative say "the hell with  it" and bite.  round in front of your face with no  visible means of support. On some  boats it would materialize through  the floor with hearty condemnation  of all and sundry in any way connected with ships and the sea.  The hardy loggers don't all drink  tea, or coffe either. We were in  Nogales channel one time waiting  for a hand logger to finish off two  sections, and his wife invited us in  for dinner. No tea or coffee but a  dissertation on the Armageddon,  hellfire, and the false prophets. I  still believe the dinner was gospel  bait.      ,'  Log towing of course has always  been a 24-hour job, being dependent on weather conditions, and after  tying up behind S.E. rock at Trail  Islands for a Week or so a little impatience to get away may be tolerated. The graveyard shift in the  woods due to fire hazard is about  the daddy of them all. If it started  and kept right on it would not be so  bad. but this off again on again is  really hard to bear. Brealcfast at  2:30 a.m. and dinner at 8 a.m., and  home to supper at 1 p.m. or thereabouts, and what Joe's wife thinks  about it if they have school children is far better imagined than  described. Then the weather turns  wet and the deal is off again.  If there is a bad spell in August  it is already getting dark at 3:30  a.m. and you have to wait for daylight to see what to be at. That  is the time though to see the fire  flying   off  the  running  lines   and  realize what would happen if the  humidity was at flash point.  'S$*  W$p4 y:y  1952 Ford Custom Sedan  Radio and Air Conditioner  Finished in Banff Blue  $1495.00  nmBRALy:  j/ZApE-M.  1951 Chev. 4-Door Sedan  Custom. Radio and Heater  $1295.00  ��� m0won  DIVIDENDS from  EXTRA DOLLARS  Put your extra dollars to work  through the practical, con-'  venient   facilities   el   Investors  Mutual.      Ask  your   Investors  c��mdjc��';r *��*resentative for full  Write  or  Phone  NEV ASTLEY  District   Manager  1950 Plymouth Custom Sedan  Lots of Accessories  $1295.00  LOTS OF $95.00 "KLUNKS'  1951 Ford y2 Ton Pick-Up  $995.00  3780  Cambie St.,       FA  Vancouver. B.C.  1931  '45  CHEV. Pickup  '.. $395.00  '47 FORD Pickup  $395.00  '47 DODGE 3-^on Special  '40 CHEV. V?. Ton  $245.00  >40 2-Ton "GMC" Dump  $395.00  $565.00  WM:  Studebaker 6X6  Good Motor etc. $49 5J  'THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD DEAL  PHONE 5 S  WILSON CREEK Valuable Awards  ?r Funds Drive  More than $20,000 in awards will  he given in a province-wide membership drive 'of the B.C. Athletic  Round Table during July.  A   $15,000   Round   Table   Dream  Gower  Gleanings  by Gypsy Towers  ������Definitely t'he highlight of the  summer season was the Garden  Party 'held at the home of Mrs.  Home in Westlynn Park, North Harry Chaster July 15th. Every-  Vancouver, will top the awards in J one coopex-ated, including the  the contest based on the British | weather m'an, and 'folks from far  Empire Games. a j and near turned  up  and  every-  One-third of the funds collected   one ���was 'most enthusiastic a'bout  from   memberships   sold   in   each   ithe   whole  affair,  district of the province will be re-1     Opened   officialy   with   a   few  tained to promote sport in tht dis-; well    chosen    words    by    Mrs.  trict.  As well, one youngster from j Williams, wife  of 'the  Reverend  each of the six areas will be brought (lAriiTiams,    who    is    spending    a  to  Vancouver  to   see   the   British| month at  the Gunning Cottage,  Empire Games1 in.the first week of: morally  'supported   by  'the  ever  August by the B.C. Athletic Round j popular Mrs. Oswald, the  party  Table.    The   youngsters   will   be | parted  on  ia  'happy   note   and  billeted with the athletes at Acadia j froiri 'then on it was 'a sell-out ������  Camp of British Columbia and be '. ^d j $Q mean sell out!  chaperoned by a YMCA instructor       The ,home  cooking under ���$&  during their stay. iconvenbrhsip of 'Mrs. Dean and  ;   As    well    as    the    house,    the: Mr,s.    Thorn    simply    vanished  '(including  Mrs.   Oswald's  thirty  loaves   of   bread.)   Mrs.   A.B.B.  Thursday  July  22,   1954        The  Coast News  : 8 a. ni., 12 n., 4 p. m., 8 p. m��, 12 m��  Free connecting bus service from downtown Vancouver City to  Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver  BCARTS will give a trip for two  to Australia, with a week in  Hawaii, courtesj of Canadian  Pacific Airlines; a week in New  York with round trip flight for two  to New York by Trans-Canada Airlines and a $500 Treasure Chest  from Baton's courtesy of the Vancouver Hotels Association.  Rules of the contest are simple.  With each membership in BCARTS  bought  for ��� $1,   an   entry  form   is  Hill and Mrs. John Coleridge  ibusy as bees dispensed the fancy  work and Kay Fisher and Jean  'Leveque weighed, sorted and  made short slh'ift of the fruit and  veteta'b'les.  Charmingly greeting the visiters 'and faking 'the tickets was  Mrs. Freda Jordon, and capably  'attending   to   the   refreshments  This strikingly individual house with a nautical air shows to  'best advantage on a 'large site. Tt was designed toy John I>onald  Cordwell, a British architect studying in Chicago, and won him  Honorable Mention in the McGill University International  Calvert House Competition. When erected on a slope, 'all its  basement is above ground on one side of the 'house, with one-  hialf above ground on the otiher. More than 650 designs from  17 countries we're submitted in this international competition.  given  on which  the  member lists.       ,. J       ,_ , , .   A1I  <   ������ !,���+,,.,     tU        .   * - -ii  'an'd tea tables  was the bevy of  how  he  thinks  the  countries will . ,       ..,������, .  finish in the BEG. There is room  for 20 countries and the member  getting the' most consecutive correct wins the house, and so on.  The contest ends 6 p.m. July 29.  Winners will be announced after  the British Empire Gaines  serviteurs under the leadership  of Mrs. Esther King, who included Evelyn Vernon, 'Mrs. Vernon  Sr. Mrs. Eva Webb, Mrs. George  Crowhurst, 'Mrs. Connie 'Wesrall;  while 'behind the scenes and  really .doing   a   job   was   Mrs.  Wilson Creek  Hovering over, around and  under was the indefatigua'ble  hostess   herself,  irea, and Fred Tay-  'Chaster,   and   Mrs.   Oswald   'and  -er   for   the   Lower .'-'he 'happy throng of visitors who  >rnade t)he affair 'the financial  'and h a r mo n i o u s success it  turned out to be. A word should  Ticket sales will be handled by!Irene Evans 'and turning 'a chore  the    area    commissioners,    Bill 'ilit0 fun 'and doin'# yeoman s'erv-  Walker of Victoria for Vancouver,0ce   were  "the   twin   granddaugh-  Island, Fred Boyd of Clinton for the horS of "Mi;s- Tom Dick> Oharlene  Caribou. George Athans of Kelowna : and ValeWe.  for  the  Okanagan,  Fred   Mclntyre  of   Trail   for   the  Kootenays,   Jim  McMeekin of Prince Rupert for the  North Central ar  lor   of   Vancouv  Mainland.  Ballot boxes provided by the provincial registrar of voters Ken Morton will be placed throughout the  province as receiving depots for  the entries. These wjll be placed  in most Standard and Chevron, gas  stations, Super-Valu Stores, Fbrsts  Ltd., Cunningham Drug Stores,  B.C. Athletic Round Table Booth  in Vancouver, most B.C. hotels, and  other retail outlets to be arranged  by area commissioners.  One of the highlights of the campaign will be a BEG Festival July  9-10 on Vancouver's ( new $16,000,-  000 Granville Bridge when the  Round Table, dedicated to the youth  of British Columbia, will take over  by   Minus Three  Welcome to our new neighbors,  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brackleyf land  their two daughters, Margie and  Carol. Local young gents pass1  'ing  showing great interest.  Many visitors around holidaying. Sea Beach Motel filled to  capacity. Mr. and Mrs. George  Lay 'and family visiting the Ted  Nb'rburns. Spent a few days at  Madeira Park at the Les Wilkinsons. Also guests for -a week  were Mr. and Mrs.. Ewart Harvey, of Cape Town, South 'Africa.  iT'hey enjoyed touring Pender  Harbour in tlhe Kicker, and were  Mrs.   Harry 1 * n * * * 'a t e d   into  'tne   order   of  '���Herring Jigger*."  After 'a short visit here with  the US. Jacksons, they will toe  'returning to Vancouver, before  leaving  for England 'and South  The   Peddle   Pushers   2,   the  name    chosen    for    our   newly  be   said  for Harry  and  Jimmy j 'Africa,  sometime in August.  Chaster   and   t'he   Rev.   Oswald  'Who  '"did  their  Stuff" . ibeMnd,.  J^fore^d^ softball  (team, - includes.  With 'iit'tle room left forthe"gals (from Wilson Creek, Selma  b'aher social activities, must men- park and Sechelt. We are getting  tion the arrival from Rocky m good practice with the ass'is't-  !Mountain House of Mrs. Ban-: ance of good n'a'tured husbands  'croft and her two lively grand-  and Ted Farewell.  EGMONT PARTY  by G.JH.  The Community Club held its  Party for all ages on July 10th.  It was by way of an experiment.  The entertainment committee is  pleased to 'report that if laugfh-  ter and noise is 'any criterion, it  Was a howling success. Hope the  ipeanut-Tollers did not gather  any splinters. Pauline, was that  ���fhe picture 'of a sunset or a  spouting Whale?  Doriston, 'art tha' sleeping  there below.  the  information.  Please leave any copy on local  items at Vic's Coffee shop for  me, since I have been away and  "may 'have missed some local  doings.  Camp In Comfort With Supplies From  John Wood Hardware  HOT PLATES - GAS STOVES  and  QUICK HEATERS  by "Coleman" ��� Burn Gasoline  also  LAMPS &  LANTERNS  With Chimneys and All Accessories.  COAL OIL LAMPS & LANTERNS  FLASHLIGHTS & LANTERNS  "Big Beam" Lamp with Red Flasher for Trucks  and Boats. Sealed Beam Light, Battery Operated.  COOKING   UTENSILS   FOR  ALL   CAMPING  Plastic Cups and Dishes. Paper Plates and Cups.  JisllSl Wflflfi  HARDWARE & APPLIANCES  Phone Your Hardware Number: Gibsons 32  sons Who came to  brighten the  lives   of  Mrs.  Bancroft's  sister;  Mrs. Cl'arkson "of the Pratt Road.  Mrs.  Steele's 'cottage  full  to  capacity with daughter Margaret  Hogg and her four children from  Arvidea, Ontario who are spend-  the newly-completed main span to j ing s;ix ^eks at  Gower  While "*!"* ^rs "^0���^"^ has  raise money for the British Empire   Tibby steele is   doing  her  lbest; ^one  Mrs'   *"  *-rU<M'   sne naS  to herd them into shape, enjoying every minute of it.  CaiAlSnff   lUfafikfltf) Mrs'  ,SteP^exvs   and  daughter  u6Wlllg   IrlaCIUIlM Margaret   greeting   guests   and  bidding    them    adieu    as    they  Need a few more to turn out,  so come on girls, 'Monday evenings. If the' .Indian Softool  Grounds is being used, practice  is held at Ithe Elementary 'School  (playground. We hope to have a  game with Gibsons soon. If you  Games.  Machine  Doesn't Cook    By PATRICIA FREW -   Over and over again she kept  repeating, "And it can do everything but cook the dinner . . ."  SHE is Nina Anthony, continuity  editor, who recently attended the  annual Canadian Women's Press  Club  Convention in Toronto.  Nina was referring to the ultra,  ultra portable sewing machine  which she won as door prize at a  special fashion show put on by the  Singer Sewing Machine Company,  while   attending  the  convention.  Sixteen women from radio and  press circles in "Vancouver were  among "the 250 delegates attending  the fashion meet.  . Nina took a three-foot-high hand-  carved totem pole to the convention���compliments of Harry Duker,  tctemland booster. Suitcases or  paper hags weren't fashioned to  tote such things���so Nina carried  the totem pole all the way Dack to  Toronto, clutched in her hot little  hand. The gesture didn't go unnoticed!  Not only did Nina manage i.o win  herself a $400 sewing machine, but  also she was elected British Colum-  bia vice-president for the Canadian Women's Press cluh and the  regional director of the same or-  organfeation.  Receptions,   luncheons,   dinners,  cocktail    parties,    and   a   trip    to |  famous Niagara Falls, rounded out  Nina's  trip.  She has only one regret���that  she has a sewing machine already'  Anyone want to buy a good, unused  Sniger Sewing machine that can  eat, sleep, vralk. talk, wind clock?  and eat bananas���but can't COOK  DINNER???.?  ELECTRIC   RAZORS  SERVICE TO ALL TYPES  Cleaned       /j f)       Sharpened  TYPEWRITERS - ADDING MACHINES - CASH REGISTERS  Sales & Service  COLIN   WINGRAVE  *   REMINGTON  AGENT   *  Phone Gibsons 79 L or Leave at Gibsons Taxi Office  as  make 'the most of  their Gower  Stay.  iMrs. Kathleen Hodge spending  a 'week at Duport���feeling and  looking much more like her  usual 'Cheery self although recuperating from a 'bout with of  flu.  Gram Chaster a bit under the  ���weather, the 'same for N.T. Hill.  May be our summery 'winter, or  wintery summer is too (hard to  take.  The 'Renton family returning  to the Interior after a boisterous  visit with the SJF. Smales. Mr.  and Mrs.- Syd Porteous up to  'check on the ^Main-port Golf  course and finding much to  please   them.  Mrs.. Barlbara Kerr and her  two 'bright Children   enjoying   a  ���respite   at  that's it.  Breezy   Bank.    And  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.  I  I'S   Store  Phone   11-U  PENDER  HARBOUR  Brought to light like a genie  from the magic lamp. Here is excellence  of craftsmanship, found only in old treasures,  and men who know seek it with unerring taste.  Created in the past. . . fcir your pleasure today,  CANAD3AN WH3SKY  3#%c-?7Z&ii &&&14716 Sj-a&&&'u S&��.  AMHEFIST-3URG. ONT.  vancouvs;-!. a  This advertisement is not published or displayed by lhe Liquor Control Board or by the Government ,pf British Columbia  �����.Jit'H ��� rm*-*r��. The Coast News Thursday  July  22,   1954  B.W.M. BONE  Chartered   Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  ��� TAtlow  1954 ���  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  Hoofing Repairs  Prompt Attention  WORK    GUARANTEED  Box 10, Coast. News  191  A^uc&cf JTZctttdt&t  Sunshine   Coast   Lodge  NO.   76   I.O.O.F.  MEETS   PARISH   HALL  Gibsons, 2nd & 4th Friday  SEAVIEW  LUMBER  Lumber  Roofings  Paints  BUILDERS'    HARDWARE  and SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 92 R  At the Sign of the Home  SOLNIK  SHELL SERVICE  See Us For  ALL   MOTOR   &  RUNNING   REPAIRS  New & Used Tires  iGoodyear and Firestone.  SUMMER     LUBRICANTS  Inboard and Outboard  Motors  Repaired  FOR   REAL   SERVICE  Phone 48C ��� Sechelt  Ishing  gulations  Order in Council No. 44 originally  discussed as Amendment 14 to the  Fisheries Act.  No person shall fish for any purpose with an Otter Trawl in the  waters of Howe Sound bounded on  the South by a straight line drawn  Port Mellon  Briefs  by Mrs. Swan  A surprise farewell party was  given for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boa  in the cafeteria Saturday  night.  Chris Wood as master of ceremonies presented the Boas with  a   gift   from   their   friends.   A  dance  folowed,  ad  refreshments' from Gower Point on the Mainland  were served hy the ladies.. to   the   most   Southerly   point   of  The British freighter, Crow- J Pophma Island, thence to tlie most  borough Beacon, lias paid us two Southwesterly point of Whorlecomb  visits within the 'last ten days,! Island, thence to Cape Roger Curtis  loading pulp. This is one of the on Bowen Island to Cowan Point,  newer types of freighter. Every i thence in a straight line to Point  onan, regardless of rating, has ' Atkinson on the Mainland.  his own room, oeautlfully fitted' Howe Sound Otter Trawl Fish-  wi'th every convenience. 'Several ing: Pishing with an otter trawl  of the folks <here invited the men -m Howe Sound is prohibited. This  of the crew to their homes, and j does.not include Beam Trawls used  took them for a trip to 'Sechelt. J in shrimp fishing.  The men appreciated this, and  said of all the places they had  been, 'the hospitality in Port  'Mellon had surpassed them 'all-  It was my pleasure to meet a  'fellow-Aberdonian, and I'm sure  !he was tired answering questions. As 'this was the Ship's  maiden voyage, t'he men were  'short of 'books and magazines,  but the (Port Mellonites soon  ���fixed that, and we're sure they  have enough reading matter to  last till they go sailing up the  'Clyde once more.  ���Sorry to hear Mr. Bud Bu'bJar  in the 'hospital after undergoing  a brain operation, just waiting  results. 'Mr. Tyson has 'had a  'spell in Hospital too. Out best  wishes to a speedy recovery to  you both.  Eveiyone going on, or returning from holidays.. The Harris  (and Gant families had a nice  trip up through the Interior. Mr.  and 'Mrs. Bud Strayhorn, with  (Lynn and Bruce, took a trip  down the Olypian Peninsula,  crossed from 'Port Angeles to  Victoria on to Nanaimo, and  home on the Blacgball Ferries.  The Marleau family returned  from visiting relatives in Medicine Hat. Brought back a brand  new 'Station Wagon.  The Bob Holts have been to  New Westminster, with side  trips up the Fraser Valley.  Mr. and r. Mrs. <F. Rennie have  gone for a holiday to Saanich-  ton, V.I.  'A little correction re: the  (Boxing Trophy recently 'reported: That trophy donated for the  'be��t sportmanship was donated  "jointly by Tommy Bentham and  Billy Anderson. The trophy for  the most aggressive fighter was  donated by the Painters of the  B.C. Bridge. (Sorry, fellows.  Selma News  Iriviiig Ti|  This n That  by E. Nestman  Welcom'e 'back to Mr. and  Mrs. George KynoCh, Who are  back in 'Alardene again. Mr. and  (Mrs. Fred Holland are back after  a week's holiday in the big city.  Mre. Robett 'Mitchell is home  convalescing after her operation  Guests at Bay view -Lodge, Mr.  and Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Gerard,  Mrs. Budd and family, Mr.  Fearn, and Mr. and Mrs. Coote  and children all from Vancouver.  'Guests of Mrs. Harry Bachelor  for the next two weeks, Mr. and  Mrs. 'Don Locke and son Wycoff.  Mrs. ILocke is Instructress at a  Beauty College.  The Ladies 'of St. Mary's will  hold a bazaar at the Legion Hall  in Sechelt 'on Aug. 8th.  Wilfred Nestman has moved  'back to Clinton Ontario, to take  a 12 week course i nRadat.  'Mr. and Mrs. Adair Erickson  are back from, their trip to  Alberta, where they visited Mrs.  Erickson's people.  When I suggested someone  stoD the galloping firemen base-  .toall team, I didn't think that  every team would step into the  picture. Looks like they got  'stopped with a vengeange.  Fishing is not so good around  here right now, but Mr. Kidd got  himself a very nice salmon the  other evening.  Staying at Flay's Fishing and  summer Resort here, are Mrs.  Calnan, with her grandchildren  and daughter; and. Mr. and Mrs.  'Fiel, from upcoast. Mrs. Calnan  has been a: frequent visitor here  for the past 19 years, and will  be staying until Sept. 15th.  ��Mr. Perkins with a houseful  of guests, planning quite a fishing spree, 'usually up to Thorm-  anby Islands, Where all the big  fish are.  Rv AFTES  On a vacation here from  Princeton are Mr. and Mrs. Joe  Spangler with son John and  cousin Jimmy. They are staying  lit their summer home at Sechelt  Inlet.  Was pleased to have a call  from Mrs. H. Urquhart and  grand-daughter . Ma'rgo. Mrs.  Urquhart has been coming here  for many years. She recently  returned from a long trip in  England. She was very Charmed  with that country, and although  a native New Zealander, would  Hike to make her home there.  Nice to 'see the local girls  getting a start after school has  finished, in the local stores. See  'Margaret Williams in the Union  Store and Averill Lucken in  Redman's. Perhaps in the near  future the young 'folks won't  have to leave home for Vancouver when looking for a job.  Visiting Mrs. 'Stan Parker is  is Miss Amy Jamieson of New  Westminster. She used to visit  Sechelt in the days of the Union  Steamships Hotel and she finds  Sechelt very much changed.  Dick and Barbara Billingsley  were at Banff for a short stay,  guests of their Aunt, 'Miss Mary  Cooper.  Visaing Sechelt and staying  with Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Clayton,  is Miss 'Muriel Po'tts of Vancouver.  Mrs. Walter McKissock is  ''lome once more, and with her  the two girls, Mauririe and  Gerry. First time the girls have  been home for a year, so it will  be a happy time for all of them.  WaTter, we hear, is coming along  very nicely in the Pearson Home.  Two 'local girls having a nice  time at the Flying U Ranch in  the Cariboo, Karen Ctockwell  and Mary Parker.  Leaving Shortly for Kelowna  are Mr. and Mrs. Albert 'Wag-  man and son. Albert is slowly  ���recovering from his accident at  O and O Camp. Hope-the change  will do him good..  Mr. Ed. Laidlaw, Whose wife  'operates the Village Coffee shop,  was up for a few days. Caught  seven salmon the first day out.  That's really pulling them in.  Here's how to take that holiday j  trip   and   get   back   home  without  running into trouble on the road,  according to  the B.C. Automobile  Association.  First of all, see that your car  is in tip-top shape before you start  out. Have the tires, brakes, lights,  windshield wipers and other safety  devices checked and repaired or  replaced if necessary.  Next, plan your trip in such a  way that you can travel at a reasonable pace. Three hundred miles  in one day is about right for most  drivers. Start out early in the  morning when traffic is light, and  stop BEFORE you're too tired to  drive safely. Drive at a comfortable pace, observing local speed  limits and other traffic regulations.  Slow down for local cars that  may turn off the road directly  ahead of you, and be alert for farm  equipment that may be using the  highway, particularly at dusk. Give  the other drivers the benefit of the  doubt and yield the right of Avay  rather than running the risk of a  collision.  When you stop, pull off the pavement and BE. SURE no one from  your car crosses the highway un-'j  less the road is clear in both directions. When you're driving along,  maintain that "extra margin of  safety" in following other vehicles  and when overtaking the car ahead.  Follow these rules and you'll  have a wonderful trip, returning  home rested instead of worn out,  and you'll have nothing to regret.  The BCAA Safety Experts, in observing thousands of drivers, say  the key to keeping out of trouble  on the road is the simple advice���  TAKE IT EASY!  ��������"������''���'  I        'HI    I ���    ���!.���������   ������ I|    I   . I   ,   ��.�����������    ���������      ���..I   1���.^  Police  Court News  In Magistrate Johnston's Court  this week, there was Tittle evidence of any serious trouble on  ��� the Peninsula. Could be the good  weather gives people something  ele to think about than getting  into trouble.  For parking other than according 'to regulation's on Marine  Drive in Gibsons the following  motorists were assessed fines of  two dollars and costs each: John  Thomas and David Fladgate of  Vancouver, Robert Verhulst of  Granthams Landing, Stephen  Gora of New Westminster, and  Pio Vogric of, Sechelt.  Alexander John Wallace of  Gibsons, was found guilty of  creating a disturbance, being  "intoxicated, and was given a  year's suspended sentence on his  own 'reeognizence of one hundred dollars, ' and was ordered  interdicted. Liquor found on the  defendant was forfeited to the  Crown.  LITTLE   ADS.  BIG    RESULTS  USE  COAST   NEWS   CLASSIFIED  ALLAN & BARTER  r IMPEBIAt  Esso  PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL   OIL   LBMITED  <-  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.  WASHINTON LINE  Rolling Door Hardware  For Interior ResidentFaf  Use  ��  Add the "Modern Touch" to your home with Rolling  Boors. They open at the touch of a finger.  Easy to install, Low in Cost, Saving in Space, Sturdy1  Ball or Roller Bearings, Nylon or Steel Rollers, Die  formed steel track. !  SEE THE ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY AT  We carry a full line of Builders' Hardware,  Plumbing and Electrical Supplies.  Phone 60 K Sechelt  For Tlie Convenience Of Our Customers  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  WILL  REMAIN   OPEN  UNTIL   7:00   P.M..  FRIDAY EVENING    '.  FROM AUGUST  6TH  UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  Marine Mens Wear  BaFs Block  Gibsons  MEMMIEIB  REAL  RYES  DRY  GINS  Aristocrat  - 8 ye����"S old  Anniversary 5 years old  Viscount 4 years old  Special Reserve 3 years old  Garrison Club (The Luxury Gin)  London Club (The Cocktail Gin)  melchers  AND.  QUALITY  BRANDS  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  ���  ,:*?'''  I  ���  "When Free Enterprise Dies,  Free Labor Dies With it"  Recently itihe New York Federation  of Labor Legislative Committee publicly declared that it favors development of hydro-electric power by  private enterprise.  Commencing on this fact in "Christian Economics" Thurman Sensing of  the Southern; States Industrial Council  writes:  "It is quite easy to understand  why Union management would,  be opposed to Government  ownership and operation of the  electric power business or any  other business: that is, if they  are really looking out for the  interests of their Union mem-  ber%. When free enterprise dies,  free labour dies with it���and  it is to the credit of the majority  of the Labour Unions of the  United States that they have  seemed to recognise this fact  move clearly than similar Unions  in other countries.  Here is one more instance of the  rvovrng recognition in North Amer-  ica that, political freedom depends  on -freedom in enterprise ��� that  labor's freedoms, ��� too, . are based on  free, competetive, responsible, private  initiative.  BRITISH COLUMBIA FEDERATION OF TRADE  AND INDUSTRY Local Play-off Schedule  DRAW FOR LOCAL PLAY-OFFS:  Port Mellon vs Gibsons Firemen, at Port Mellon  Wilson Creek vs Selma Park, at Reserve.  SUNDAY JULY 25TH, 6:30 P.M.  Winner of the first games will play for finals, 2 out of three  to win. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday if needed. Winner of the  Series will play Woodfibre for the right to represent ZONE  (i in Vancouver.  KEEP IN TOUCH WITH YOUR TEAMS FOR LOCATION  M  ^Future U*N* Stamp '  f IAT*-     V   A       W��-  The Coast News  Thursday July 15, 1954  St.  ^S.*    >    *   s?*   aVa-     ^\v '  <wriiwwr��wiwiMii����>iinwin VJff /  wXfi. Art"     S<?*%-  This stamp will he issued on 24 October 1954, to commemorate  United Nations Day. The.drawing which shows U.N.'s European  office, was adapted from a photograph by Earl W. Purdie, American architectural artist. The usual five-language border will be  added when the stamp is printed. It will appear in two denominations, the 3-cent in deep purple and the' 8-cent in dark carmine.  urea services -  ANGLICAN CHURCH  July  22r   1954  6th Sunday after Trinity  Bartholomew's     Church  . Gibsons  11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer  7.80 p.m. Evensong  St.   Hilda's   Church   ���   Sechelt  11:00 a.m. Holy Communion  St. Aidan's Church  Roberts Creek  ���2:00  p.m  UNITED CHURCH  There-will be guest ministers  as follows at the United Church  services next Sunday, July 25th,  Rev. R.R. Morrison at Gibson:  Memorial at eleven 'o'clock. Mr.  Morrison will also take the serv-  ice at Wilson Creek at three  thirty.  A't Roberts Creek the two  o'clock service will be taken by  Rev. R; Kemp of Edmonton,  Alberta. Summer visitors are  cordially invited to attend. The  Port Mellon service is cancelled  for  a  few weeks.  Evensong  Gibsons News  This   Also  Happened  by Albert Growhurst  I noticed that we 'have a Navy  Ship in port; 1 understand that  it is a new Ship; this ibe'ing its  first 'trip. For- all young men  interested in 'the Navy, 'they  have a 'recruiting' 'base aboard.  To -ail-, the officers and men  aboard we say welcome.  Mr. and Mrs. Jim * Edwards  'have come to live at their home  at 'Soames Point. Jim 'has retired  from the B.C. Electric. I notice  'that they are doing quite a lot of  work on their 'home.  last Wednesday. They enjoyed  an excellent day of sunshine.  Some enjoyed a walk up the  pipe line and enjoyed the excellent view from that spot. Some  enjoyed a game of checkers and  others just sat around and enjoyed the scenery.  Special thanks to Mr. Browne  the hotel manager 'for his kindness in supplying hot water and  having such an excellent picnic  grounds to enjoy. Every one had  a very good time with lots to eat  and drink. ���   *  Mr. and Mrs. Milligan and  their three youngsters are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  J.E. Marshall Sr. of Gibsons.  An     increasing     number     of  St.   VINCENT'S   MISSIONS  July  22,   1954  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  10:00 a.m.  St. Mary's - Gibsons - 8:30 a.m.*  Port   Mellon   ���  First   Sunday  each month at 4:30 p.m.  Madeira Park, last Sunday each  month 4:30 p.m.  at "The Hut     ���  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  9:45 a.m. Sunday School  11:00   a.m.   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 Monday,  7:30  p.m.  Evangelistic Service  Tuesday 7:30 p.m.  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.  usiness an  .    The  Gower   Social  Club  held  their, annual picnic at ��� Sea Side j larger sailing vessels have  been  f*    11 o       ri      V-i .seen calling in at the wharf at  Balls & Strikes GSysons- Fi��r ���*y ��* t^e, Gib.  ��5  JUST PHONE  GIBSONS 45 W  Minimum Charge  50c for 15 words.  2c per extra word  by cash.  Billing charge added.  Deadline Tues. 5 p.m.  G&2T-  #**?  ji&.  DIRECTORY  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  ��� I    ....������ WW      ������.HI I     ....���. ��� .��������� r������ --���   i ,   ,     -      IIM  PENINSULA  ACCOUNTING   .SERVICE  All Types of Accounting Problems  Expertly Attended  Gibsons: Mondays   & Fridays  Sechelt:. Tuesdays & Thursdays  G.O.   FAHRNI  Box 22 Phone 44  ���      GIBSONS      ���  .MPT  STORE  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous   Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  Left of Post Office  '       Gibsons, B. C.  Headquarters   for  Wool,  MACHINISTS  BUILDING   SUPPLIES  .GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES/ LTD.  "WE     CABBY    THE    STOCK"  Phone Gibsons 53  BULLDOZING  TRACTOR   WORK  Clearing - Grading -   Excavating,  D-4 & D-6   Bulldozing  Clearing   Teeth  A.E. RITCHEY,  Phone    GIBSONS   86  BUILDING    CONTRACTING  BULLDOZING  Ron Vernon R.R.I Gibsons,  Phone 26 W.  CLEANERS  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision   Machinists  Phone 54 ��� Res. 78  PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners  for  the  Sechelt  Peninsula.  ��� Phones ���  Gibsons  100 ��� Sechelt 45 J  ELECTRICAL WORK  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 130  Authorized General Electric  Dealer  Radios - Appliances - Television  GOLF  MAIN - PORT GOLF COURSE  Pitch and Putt  300 feet South  PLUMBING  MARSHALL'S . PLUMBING.  HEATING   and  SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 64S, - 104; - or 35  RADIO  RICHTER'S   RADIO  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 25J  RADIO - APPLIANCE SERVICE  ���    Speedy   Guaranteed    Work  New and  Used Radios  ROTO-WORK  GARDEN  WORK   EASY   Witt  ROTO-HOE   or   ROTO-TILLER  Demonstrations:  J.H.   MacLeod.  Wilson Creek.  Phone  John   Little.   83   M  USED FURNITURE  C & S SALES & SERVICE  Agents far  PROPANE   GAS  Combination Gas Ranges  Sales and Installations  (Free Estimates)  Electric and Gas Hot Plates  : NEW   & USED   FURNITURE  ���     LINOLEU3I3  Phone SOS Sechelt  See Coast Ne*s For  Letter Heads, Stataments  Tickets, Cards  Neat. Individual Styling.  By  CHUCK  TOMPKINS  Wilson Creek moved into the  league lead by downing Pender  Harbour 11 to 7 on Sunday as the  Firemen edged wit first place Port  Mellon 6 to 5 in 10 innings.  The Firemen got their first ��� win-  after losing four straight, as they,  slipped from first place to fourth.  I think they were a little on the  lucky side to win Sunday's game  as they are still not playing as  good a ball as they are capable of.  The first star goes to Ron Godfrey of the Firemen, who played a'  brilliant defensive-game as well as'  hitting a home run that brought  the Firemen back into competition,  when they were trailing by three  runs.  The second star goes *to Max  Tracy for a good relief job after  Norm MacKay tired in the ninth.  The third star goes to Jack  Wiren, Port Mellon left fielder, who  played a good ball game, especially  in the base running department. I  think he is the fastest man in the  league,  Jack Clement started a five-run  rally in the 7th inning by banging  one out of the park as the Mer*  chants won fairly easily over Selma  Park, 7 to 4.  . The Merchants are making a  good comeback and with a few more  wins could possibly make the playoffs. They still need pitching  help, and for a team that started  out with one of the best outfields in  the league they look pretty weak  in that department now.  The return of Ward Lind to first  base has a lot to do with the Merchants' comeback. Selma Park is  a very unpredictable team, sometimes they look good and sometimes bad, "but I can't see them winning very many games without the  services of Gus Crucil who was not  at the game Sunday night.  FOUL BALLS  Had a good laugh the other night  when a certain fan took a few verbal pot shots at me for not predicting his team to win more often.  How silly can we get?  Overheard at the Firemen vs.  Port Mellon game: "I nominate  Chris Woods as Port Mellon's most  valuable player of the year." The  character that made this profound  statement does not know a ball  from a barrel of flour, but he got a  big laugh. I wonder why?  The talk is getting around to the  playoffs���if you are betting money  T don't think you can go wrong on  Wilson Creek.  How about the team managers  clearing the benches of everyone  but players? They all mean well,  but coaches and players' have  enough to worry about without  somebody from the ten cent seats  adding to the.confusion.  For the benefit of my irritated  friend, no prediction this week. (It  won't help, though.)  P.S. to Mr. Mageaa,-Six on Saturday.  sons Is the first port of call out  of Vancouver or Seattle or Por't-  .Mnd. en their -v.My up 'Lha Coast.  Others 'have already -made one  stop -at Keats Island: Without  exception, their owners, crews  arid passengers display 'a keen  delight 'in 'their trips along the  Sunshine Coast, and those who  'are new to it can scarcely express their pleasure at what  they are finding 'as they travel.  Date   Pad  July 22 ��� Gibsons, at home  of Miss Grant at 2.30 p.m.,  garden- party by the Friendly  Group of the W.A. of the United  Church.  July 27 ��� Gibsons, 2:30 p.m.  at home of Mr. and Mrs. Mainwaring, opposite Kinsmen's Playgrounds. Meeting of Gibsons  Garden Club 'friends and members.  July 29 ��� Gibsons, at home  of Mrs. Wm. Davies, Headlands,  2 to 5 p.m., Headlands VON  auxiliary Garden Party.  July 31 ��� Wilson Creek community hall. Wilson Creek Ball  Club Dance 9 p.m., admission 75  ���cents.  Aug 3 ��� Wilson Oreefc, United  Church Garden Tea, 2:30 p.m. at  Mrs. Mutters. If wet weather,  (at  Community Hall.  Aug. 4 ��� Tea, home cooking  and art display will be held at  the home of Mrs. LaForid, Hopkins Landing, from 2:30 to 5  p.m. ,  Aug. 7 ��� Roberts Ci<eek  Sports Day.  Aug. 12 ��� Gibsons, Seacrest,  St. Mary's Altar Society Bazaar  at 10 a.m.  Aug 20 ��� Roberts Creek,  Annual sale of work and tea by  the W.A. Roberts Creek United  Church.  Oct. 20 ��� St. Bartholomew's  W.A.  annual  turkey supper.  Nov. 5 ��� St. Bartholomew's  annual 'bazaar.  Nov 13 ��� Gibsons, Anglican  Parish Hall, W.I. Tea and bazaar.  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ���  SELMA PARK - cozy 4 room  house, 3 pc bath, 2 bedrooms,  includes electric cottage range,  electric hot water tank, lino,  Duroid roof, grand marine view,  garage, ail for $3500, right on  paved highway.  FOR   INSURANCE  OR REAL ESTATE SSS  oiem   realty  Phone Gibsons 44  Evenings  95J  Member Association of B.C.  Real  Estate  Agents.  FOR SALE  Lot, Main Street, Gibsons,  Cleared, Only one left. Ti's real  value at $950.00. Totem Realty,  Gibsons.  Rough   and   Planed   Lumber  < Phone   Halfmoon   Bay   7 7,  KOLTEEMAN  SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bav  'Estate for sale - 36 acres, nice  year round stream running  through, about 12 acres cleared,  fruit trees, garden, garage, barn,  poultry house, view, near main  Sechelt Highway;��� y near good  beach, well built large house.  fireplace, 5 bedrooms, -modern  3 pc bath, 'basement with 'furnace, electric lights, ideal country  home, 'farm, site far motel, golf  course, sheep farm, full price  only $8500. Totem Realty at  Gibsons, B.C.  Bush wood, Fir and Alder.  Current price*. STAG FITEL^.  phone 21 J, Gibsons. tfn  FOR   SALE  LOT - cleared, water, lights,  good view, level, no hills, good  garden soil, bargain at 5600 cash.  Totem Realty, Gibsons.  Four-room house, plumbing,  lights, with garage, improved  lot, lawn and garden. Porpoise  Bay view. $8000.00. Box 9,  Coast News. tfn.  INSURANCE  H.B. Gordon Agencies: Real  Estate, Car Insurance, Fire Insurance. Phone Sechelt 53 J  Evenings arid Holidays, H.B  Gordon   81H.   or   T.E.   Duffy,  Fire - Auto - Liability. Prompt  courteous service   .  Totem   Realty,   Gibsons.  tfn  Gibsons - nice lot, near beach,  2 room house, full price $1250.  Totem Realty, Gibsons.  For sale, 'three roomed rouse  with elecftricity, on five acres  with- timber, garden, flowers.  Mrs. 'Harlow G. Smith, Reid Rd,  Gibsons. 31  'FOUR LOTS - with house,  water, lights, at Soames Point,  main road, its a gift at $3195  on easy terms. Totem Realty,  Gibsons.  A Piano, with Player, Walnut  case, Bench. This piano is in top  condition, $295.00 ��� Phone  Gibsons  53. tfn  WATCH HEPADtS  Fast, -Accurate, -Guaranteed  Watch reparirs. Marine Men"<i  Wear,   Gibsons. tfn  WATCH REPAIR - All types  of watches  and jewelry repaired. Reliable, fast, efficient.  Union   General  Store,   Sechelt.  tfn.  WORK   WANTED ��� "  Spray and Brush Painting; also paper hanging. J. Melhus.  r>u^n Oihsons 33 tfn  General  handy man, carpenter,  septic tank,  ditches   and   repair  work.  Harry   Conrad.   Gibsons.  B.C. 29  Gower Point Special - 4.77  acres, 384 feet frontage, main  Gower Road, ocean view, full  price only $795. Totem Realty,  Gibsons.  For sale, Boy's 20" 18" Bicycle  as new. 'Apply Liquor Store,  Gibsons.  Soames Point - 240 ft- water,  frontage, good beach, well built.  2 bedrooms, 3 .pc bath, home,  magnificent view, secluded,  quiet area, a paradise indeed,  full price only '$10,500.00, easy  terms.   Totem   Realty,   Gibsons.  Hopkins - right on lovely  beach location, good garden soil,  well built modern home, 2 bedrooms, heatila'tor, fireplace, sun  porch, is a real home. Full price  $7350 easy terms. Totem Realty,  Gibsons.  WHY   WASTE   TIME?  Why not come here?  Let us show you our listings.  We cover the Coast���  N-o better buys  No better .service  Totem Realty, Gibsons.  FOR RENT  Beach -Cottage and Boat Rentals.  Stone, Secret Cove.  Totem Realty,  Gibsons.  PERSONAL  ���MEN! WHICH of THESE 7  "AGE-SIGNS" make you feel  old? Weak, tired, rundown at 40,  50, 60? No Pep, energy, life,  zest? Feel years younger quick.  Try Ostrex Tonic Tablets. "Get-  acquainted" size only 60 cents.  All druggists.  CARD  OF THANKS  Dear Friends:  A word of thanks to all you  good friends who gave us such  a wonderful farewell party, your  good wishes, and wonderful  gifts.  Although thank you seems  such meaningless words we felt  any speech we made at the time  could not express what we felt  in our hearts.  It's the -first time anything  like this has happened to us and  It left, us speechless.  I know we shall never forget  all our friends in Gibsons and  Port Mellon as long as we rive.  Thank you and God bless you  all.   '  Aima and Jack Boa.  '����� enM*-sS*-~Krri!~-' The  Coast News        Thursday July 15, 1954  I,  Boosting RaiiVs Lumber Supply  I- y^ *     - v w<-*' 4.     ^ y  \ �����< A\ V v     i     *���       '  :, <;,a ��-.? .^r^yA^^T^^^  'ubiic Health  lursing  Haitian laborers grapple with a huge log at the government lumber  mill which was set up with the help of United Nations technical  assistance. An expert from the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has been at work in the Caribbean island republic since  1951, at the government's request, helping to reorganize the Forest  Service. The object of the forest policy which U.N. aid is helping to  carrv out is to check soil erosion and assure supplies of timber.  CHILDREN'S   CHOIR  T'he Children's Choir at Sechelt has 'been busy -practicing  for the Sunday Morning services at St. Hilda's Anglican  Church, which will ibe at 11:00  a.m. through until the end of  August.  Roberts Creek  Round-up  by  Madge   Newman  Friends of Mrs. F. White will be  sorry to hear that she is confined  to University Hospital in Vancouver.  It is with regret that we learn  that Mr. Q. Russel, Principal of the  school, is leaving us. ' In this case  Roberts Creek's loss is Sechelt's  gain.  CAMPERS BEFRIEND  ROBIN  We know very little of the habits  of birds, and quite a good deal  about the habits of many children,  so we were glad that the baby robin  that either strayed from its nest  or had the misfortune to lose its  parents, happened to come to vest  among the tiny campers of Stratford. The little bird hopped unconcernedly from one child to another as they supped on the beach,  'gathering here a little, there a  little' and taking in an unbelievable  amount of food. Tf little birds suffer from indigestion this little fellow should have had a bad night.  He approached each tiny hand with  his head thrown back and beak  wide open. Twice he was taken  back to the woods for it was feared  he might be stepped on. and twice  he returned and resumed his begging. The ,$64 question is, was the  bird very young, or is there insanity among wild life, too?  P-TA  TEA   SUCCESSFUL  The P-TA annual garden party  tea, and sale of home cooking was  held Thursday in the beautiful  grounds of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.  Shaw. It was a perfect summer  afternoon and many neighbours  and summer visitors gathered together for the occasion.  The convenor of the tea, Mrs. E.  E. Wallis, together with the President of the P-TA and the Past  President. Mrs. J. Jack and Mrs. A.  H. Weal, worked diligently in the  kitchen and were aided in the serving by Mrs. G. Reeves, Mrs. J. Rusk,  Mrs. L. Allen and Mrs. Shaw. The  home poni-nic M-ns dispensed rapidly by Mrs. R. Kennedy and Mrs. O.  Blomgren. Those interested in  their destiny had cups read by  Mrs. W. Pt^rry. For the 'athlete*,'  Mrs. C Hillier ran a. Clock Golf  game, while two friendly dogs and  a npichbrin-'s rabbit amused the  the voung fry.  Highlight of the afternoon were  the beautiful piano solos played by  Mrs. Betty Allen and songs sung  by Mrs. E. J. Shaw and Ricky Kennett.  In the guessing, contest, Mrs. L.  Peterson was the lucky winner.  The P-TA is grateful for the support of all their friends.  EARLY SPRING  There are times when "Too  Early" is as bad as "Too Late."  That's what Guy Cuthbert of Sechelt found. He caught the nicest  salmon of his season's fishing, ���a  spring weighing 28% lbs., but���  three days early for the Derby!  The following exerpts from the  report of the Public Health  Nursing Service 'for Sechelt  School District No. 46, for the  year June 15th, 1954, will give  a concrete Idea of the work  being done 'in the way of prevention of disease in our area.  The service consists 'of Control  of communicable Disease by im-  ���munizatibn, quarantine, isolation,  and teaching. Child Health for  'infants and pre-school children  is aided by monthly clinics, 'for  child" growth, 'development and  nutrition.  School Health is constantly  watched, routine examination of  the children, referral where 'indicated to Child Guidance Clinic,  Health Center, and CNIB. Here,  the PHN, the Health Officer and  the Teacher all play a part.  - Tuberculosis Con'trol by finding, education, supervision, and  treatment as recommended.  At present there are ninety  'known   cases   in   the   area,   of  iwhom 74 are arrested cases, and,  or treated. There are 12 cases  in hospital, 'and 4 at home, pending treatment and, or Reccom:  imendation's.  Venereal Disease Control is  by finding and referring case's  for treatment.  Services performed were:  Home Visits: 717, of these 278  were for streptomycin injections  to  conva 1 e s c !i n! g Tuberculosi's  patients, Infant and Pre-School  Clinics: Total Attendance 736.  j Smallpox Vaccinations by Medical Health Officer: 40 (exclusive of v'acc i na t'ions given  privately in Doctors' offices);  Tnnoculations for Diphtheria,  Whooping Cough and Tetanus:  428.  In the Schools: Total enrollment, 926: Pupils examined by  MHO: 315; by PON: 590. Smallpox Vaccinations by MHO: 193.  Tnnoculations by Nurse: 328. It  is stressed that these serious  'communicable illnesses still  'occur, if not in our continent, in  others. Due to present methods  and use of transportation, ours  has become a very small world.  The report from which these  exerpts have been - 'taken was  made by Mrs. Clara Nygren,  PHN stationed at Gibsons.  !"  :  Banking Hours: Commencing July 31st, 1954, the Bank of  Montreal in Gibsons will be closed each Saturday, to give  the staff the benefit of the five-day week.  For the conveniece of customers, the Bank will be open extra  hours each Friday, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.  The Bank seeks the co-operation of customers in amending  themselves to this change in banking hours. '   .  IIBJUIIIUBS  AMHERSTBURG,  ONT.      ���      VANCOUVER.  B.C.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  mm��*  CASSIATJOM  'GREY" Bonded Balanced Brake Sets  Let Us Pull A Wheel And Check Your Brakes  SCORED DRUMS  MACHINED and TRUED  OUR SPECIALTY  mm  Are You  BUILDING?  We   can   supply   Men   and  Material   for any  Job.  CARPENTERS  PLUMBERS  ELECTRICIANS  PAINTERS  SECHELT  Building Supplies  ��� Phone  Sechelt  60 K ���  The "CLOUDS of RYTHM"  Featuring Virgel Lane >,     .      .  y-x  '*'.��*.  Also  SONNY. MONK  Trumpet Star  CLARENCE  SWAIN..  Sax and Clarinet  And our own  "SHOW  TIME"  For Young and Old  8:30 p.m.  Sensational  FLASH DRUMMER  At Gibsons School Hall* Saturday July 24th.  At Pender: Madeira Park Hall, Friday July 23rd.  Admission $1:00."  i  THE ROYAL CUIIUI UW  cordially invites the public of Gibsons and Sechelt district  ��� *  to a  FREE SHOW  AT THE LEGION HALL 7:30 P.M. THURSDAY JULY 29TH.  <  ,1  ���* 2Vz Hours of 1st class  Entertainment  * How Naval Stations Operate  * Life at the Canadian Services  College  * Beautiful Trans Canada  Travelogue  * Your Fighting Navy in  Action in Korea  * Rome,  Pompii, The Isle of  Capri  * A Show that Money can't buy  * Hawii, Bermuda, Hong Kong  ',^s-J  "e^.^  EVERYBODY  WELCOME  Of Wide Interest  To All Canadians  ��. *  <!&���  &***���  ,v��f��'  RECRUITING  CUlP    Y  ON  SHIP YFM 306  .     c  Gibsons  9 a.m  to 6 P-m.  * ���>  H.M.17]  Seel  -s c\ �� m   to 6 p.****  CHEVRON STATION      PHONE GIBSONS 54  ,/y  &

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